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The Panama American
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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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"Let the people know the truth and'the country i gafe*9 Abraham Lincoln.


ilfl CENTS
Reds Increase
As Truce Team


Radio Moscow Reveals
Plans For Jap Revolt
TOKYO. Nov. 24 (UP) Rt-(change" which would overthrow
olo Moscow 'oday announced Emperor Hlrohlto and install
plans for a Communist revolu- Red "People's Republic" in his
t:on in Japaii.
A Japanese language broadcast
said a Communist Party meet-
ing in August laid plans for an
' Important revolutionary
Cosla Rican Shrews
Chose Ancon P.O.
To Settle Scores
"Don't call me Granny" shout-
ed one indignant woman to
another In front of the Ancon
post office yesterday, and with
that, she hauled off and smack-
ed the offending female.
For a few seconds, there wa
a free-for-all while packages
Danish Sea Mine
Blast Kills 18
ijln Copenhagen
The broadcast quoted Japanese I --------
Communists a. asserting: I
"Japan has become a slave of i COPENHAGEN, Nov. 24 (UP)
the imperialist United States Rescue teams cautiously du
since the end o? the war, and has!fhrough the ruins of the Nava'
The United S'ates has turned
Japan into a military base.
. "The Japan-ve Com raunlst
Party charge- the United States
with the intention to exploit the
Japanese peopie. and to use their
blood in its attempt to conquer
all of Asia.
However, trie Japanese people
we well aware that their coun-
try is in Its present despair be-
cause of having trodden the path
of aggressive war
"What Japan needs today ia
not a path to a new war, but a
road to cooperation with the
peace-loving countries, parti-
Si a*tora*etdSrVl1fnr exploij?n,i ormistice details must be settled, if a ceasefire is to be
It was * greatest potttSfi "lied ok". *t present bottleline.
The staff officers
the line for about 20 m
disaster In modern Denmark's
history. J
outnumbered U. S, Secretary of State Dean Acheson (left) rtria to be on the receiv-
ing end of a diplomatic barragefrom 8oviet delegate Jacob Malik and Russian
Foreign Minister Andrei Viahiniy. They were guests at the Presidential dinner for UN
delegates in Paris. *
Again At West's
Disarmament Plan
PARIS, Nov. 24 (UP) Rus-1 their efforts to rearm at the pace
sian Foreign Minister Andrei Vi*' first set for the NATO powers
shinsky said "No" a third time j some 60 divisions ready for action
today to the West's new dfsarma-! by 185*.
ment plan, and chlded the Brit- The conference will be antf-
lsh and United States Foreign. cHmactic because the NATO na-
Ministers for running off to "war tions are not ready to take decl-
meetinga" In Rome and leaviAg skms on the Important military'
"second rate" delegates to cob-'andeconomic problems confront-;
si^er peace. | lng them.
In a 110-mlnute speech to the They are already calling this
United Nations mam political i the "interim" conference. It will
committee, Vishinsky scoffed at provide for little more than dla-
Western assurances that they are cusslon of the major issues that
stretching out a hand of peace will have to await decision at fuT
In asking for good faith talks on ture meetings of the NATO cotm-
endinu the world arms race. cil. The next meeting probably
Vishinsky asked If It were not will be held in January.
small change and punches flew cularly Chira and the Soviet
between t w o Cost* Rican Union."
friends' of long standing.
Post office patrons flocked
around to witness the tussle
since the two chose the busiest
time of the day .four o'clock
for their 'exhibition.'
The Canal Zone policeman
who was on duty tried to br" "
it up. and was almost woun
Re finally managed to se-
parate the quarrelers long
TOKYO, Wor. 24 (UP) Gen- enough to grab each by an arm
eral Matthew B, Ridgway ex-' and march them off to court,
plained tonight thathis report to| -she chucked me under the
C. of Commerce
Threatens Strike
JHCS Quarto Hire.,
Fear of other possible / live"
mines in the demolished area;
made rescue work extremely
dangerous. I
Casualty figures were oonstant-
y changing a- new reports came
In from the city hospitals.
The latest revised police lists
?ave the blast's toll as 18 dead,
0 injured.
Explosions rocked the houses
in the Swedish port of Malmo,
about 20 miles away. They were
touched off nv fire in' the ord-
rance plant
Authorities are investigating
the possibility of sabotage.
Top US Officials
Wary Of Korean
Ceasefire Deal
'Bat we are still 1
Panama City stores wlii go on a]
general strike within the nextf The Canadian
in Korea with guarded optimism
today, hut some warned against i th/^Jrmttn
possible oompnuni-t **^\&t$Sf*y
Connally (T>
Tex.i of fhe Senate Foreign Re-
of American nrivinem ws "has. SV WIUJe ., olne claimed Humbert, president Of the Pan-
oi American prisoners, was oas- But aha called m Omnnv ^ *^ .-g.T-.T-
ed on the beat official Informa-' ^.Vi1* tt*t,^h^?i.na:
tion available to me at the time." .) rVv af?.,^L*?E:
He said he could not comment *is*r*"*"dB_ *f? r0>on the
further upon the apparent in- $J defendants, Ethel Shrouder
consistencies between his official *" tna Jeanette Smith 33
statement on Communist atrocl- l"und Jt-was expensive fight
ties "until I get to the of/ice and The charge disturbing the
llatlpns committee said It will
fe* riava if th lavnr Kn.. nnt. .'"" ~~"~"t~' crulwr- Onto-1 p. "a marvelous achievement
^^S^^^SSA^^sss^^^^^-^ SLJL*may ZLZat*
-AAt.r. Zi~><. /--! *-__... f nsaaie, kcn, arrived at ens- home within a reasonable time."
tobal at 6 a.m. today with a He gaid the agreement will have
complement of 80 officers and a vital effect" throughout the
832 enlisted men and immedi- Far East
ately began her transit South.
Upon her arrival at Balboa, a-
bout 3 p.m., she will berth at
peddlers along Central Avenue
and West 13th Street.
In a letter to Mayor Alberto
see what this is all about."
Ridgway .'emphasised
phrase "at the time-
more appropriate'to say:
"What Is being stretched out is
not a hand to be shaken, but a
weapon to be used
Lester B. Pearson, Canada's
Secretary of 8tate for External
Affairs, who Is president of the
in refer-
ence to a report that he sub-
mitted to tile United Notions
early this month covering the
evidence of Red war crimes up
to July U.
oeace and fighting. The fine
$5. each.
Indian Reports
Tribe Holding
3 Hissing Flyers
He ended with an appeal to the; NATO council, admitted at a
West to cut out irrelevant mat- press conference yesterday that
ters and answer six concrete
questions which added up to ask-
ing whether the West would ac-
cept Russia's atomic proposals,
which hinge on on immediate
prohibition of atomic weapons.
TUhlnsky said that talk that
Russia threatened to ihrk
the United State* was "an ab-
surdity and a mendacity re-
peatedly exposed."
He quoted Stalin as saying that
no state in the world could re-
arm continually without going
bankrupt, and said that this had
already been proved in Paris,
where it could be seen that the
economic position of France,
Britain and a number of other
the meeting would produce few
if any "headlines."
But he said the council would
In that dispatch, he said there
were records of 8,000 deaths of
Americans from Communist war, -,.
crimes, whereas this week he said h ?...?SrSsL ^? I? fU
there was only incomplete evl- *nd '""" today ordered the
dence up to 8,000 captured Amer- Po"ce.Ud$?at Pu"ta>vBruJa J
leans had been killed by the ''nd <*Pe Communists, .waters of the Bayano and Chu-
jcunaque rivers to learn whether
"All I can say now is that my ndi*n "vases in the region are
reports to the United Nations are holding captive three men miss-
based upon the best official in- ,n* *toe* their airplane dlsap-
am Chamber of Commerce, said
they would be forced to take this ~
step if the problem is not solved p
Immediately, because business
has suffered heavy losses this
The Ontario transited the Ca-
nal last September while on her
,way to escort Princess Elizabeth
In a similar letter sent to tbe'on her recent visit to Canada.
Minister of Agriculture, Com-
merce and Industry, Humbert! This 8,000-ton light cruiser
said they were appealing to the now en route from Halifax via
authorities to. solve the issue I San Juan to Esquimau, Canada,
promptly because in view of the i, 556 feet long and 63 feet wide.
present political situation it; The crew will be granted shore I "give any
would not be convenient for the leave and liberty during their agreement
government if businessmen wenti.t-v here
on strike.
hall each withdraw ne
and a quarter miles from the
ron tart line to form a two and
ne-half mile wide buffer zone
wheat the full armistice is alga.
After the full armistice delega-
tions have ratified the battlellne
as agreed on by the staff teams
SP-JZZSL^TSL 2*&H**BS* conferring, will begin
id however, that he still has The 30-day period in which full
his "fingers crossed because of ,greenient must be reached if
my extreme distrust of Com- the present agreed battlellne Is to
munist procedures." He warned become the ceasefire line,
against any agreement which To be settled in this 30-day pe-
might "sow the seeds of future riod are such knotty problems as
trouble" and against any "se- the supervision and inspection of
eret" commitments. manner in which each side cor-
An Armv spokesman thought' ries out the armistice terms, and
the situation 'looks better right arrangements relating to war
The United Nations want the
armistice Inspection teams to be
Humbert claims that the ma-
jority of sidewalk hawkers are
not Panamanian citizens and
do net hare commercial li-
now than it has in the past."
But another said he would not
odds" on a truce
by Christmas be- empowered to check behind the
cause of the problems still to Communist front to make cer-
be worked out. including mutual' tain the Reds do not take advan-
inspection and exchange of tage of an armistice to build up
prisoners. I a new invasion army.
_ ,,, The Reds have already let it be
State Department officials known they will oppose such a
were encouraged by the agree- more
JAKARTA. Nov. 24 (UP)-Un- *n reached at Pammunjom 1 m today's fighting the heavi-
conflrmed reports quoted by the t0 flx *, .D'ttlel.tae to whfcn 'est Red pressure was wett of
112 Reported Killed
In Indonesian Riots
readv to make headlines
The hottest political issue
facing the North Atlantic pow-
ers is the rearmament of West-
ern Germany and that problem
Is the furthest from solution.
The United States had hoped
once to start putting Germans
Into uniform before the end of
the year.
But now, informed sources
said, the North Atlantic Treaty
Organization has aband o n e d
hope of doing that before the
countrlas has deteriorated to an end of 1058If then.
extent that can no longer be
He declared that international
tension Is increasing and becom-
ing erave, "but one signal from
the White House and the war In
Korea would end oyernight.
More sidewalk peddlers have
began to crowd Central Avenue"; _
and the 8alslpuedes area wlthiAntara News Agency said that Communist and United Nations, Yongchong on the west central
the approach of the Christmas; 112 were killed, and 50 wounded troops would withdraw if a 1 front, and southwest of Kum-
season. 'during the recent riots in the formal armistice is agreed upon song.
The main objection of store Flores IslandChristian strong- within 30 days. All the Red thrusts were re-
owners in these areas Is that the hold, in the eastern part of the They thought there was a pelled, but not without heavy
peddlers set up their portable Indonesian Archipelago. (good chance that the fighting fighting.
at the doors andl < might end before Christmas. Over Sinuiju 1 Sabres fought
The riots occurred at the end But like Army officials they 35 Migs and damaged three of
stands right at the doors andl
. formation available at the time." peered 54 days ago.
do some very imporUnt work!RidgWav 8aid M he alighted: The men are Dwlght M Kersh.l... ,nv offer anm. nf ?>,."
Rarkley to Tokyo from Korea to- and Enrique Alvez.
: slderably lower price.
nine sultanates of the island. still to be settled.
afoty to base.
Kersh was piloting Diaz andi
Alvez fron* La Palma, Darlen. to i
Paitlll in an AOSA Piper Clip-
per Oct. 1 when the plane and,
its passengers disappeared In bad
Today Enrique Alvez. an uncle
of the missing man. and Grego-1
rio Maldonado reported that
when they were on a search trip
across the Isthmus recentlv, an
PARIS. Nov. 24 (UP) The Indian at Guala reported to them
French Foreign Office spokes- that a savage tribe of Indians
man disclosed today that two re- had captured three white men
Argentina Fails
To Turn Oyer
Spy Roger Peyre
Gen. Dwlght D. Elsenhower
will report to the council Mon-1 quests by France to the" Argen- some time ago.
dav on his plans to revamp the
original NATO goal so that 30 di-
visions will be ready to fight by
the end of 1952.
Informed sources said Elsen-
Into West
From East
Berlin Each Month
tine government for the extradl- Hope of finding Kersh and his
tion of Roger Peyre have thus oaueneers was abandoned Oct.
far gone unanswered. 10 after extensive land and air
Peyre, once described by the searchea had revealed no trace of
former Premier, Qeorges Bidault, the missing men Pieces of the sians cannot laugh off.
as a>"doubleor eventrtpleagent" plane were found on the beach! German authorities
They often cannot get work.;on Unter Der Linden. It was ECA spending in Berlin has
There are 265.000 unemployed completed this year.. The Rus- not yet begin to affect the free
BEPXIN. Nov. 24 (UP>81x I here right now. The overflow iSias also have Completed long sector economies much. By next
thousand fugitives from Eastern | from the East, the jobless ones.! since their war memorials and spring ECA held will lift tb*
Germany are piling Into Berlin land half of those employed in their great statue of Stalin. | British, French and American
every month, seeking escape West Berlin include professional Some large apartment de- sectors still higher abo-. eJs*
from Communist domination men and women, skilled and velopments have, been put up Russian part.
That Is something the Rus- unskilled labor. in all sector's of tve city. East Berliners can and 00
I In Berlin there is a surplus, * ttte Rnasian Eastern visit West Berlin as often as
In the 1 of 2.200 physicians and sur- sector lar* year* behind the i they like. Subways and buses
was wanted by the French auth- near Punta Bruja. > British, French and American'geons. Some of them are hotel free sectors in building and in move freely among both sectors,
oritles for questioning in connec- After previous olane crashes in sectors of Berlin accept about bell-boys. Others shine shoes! cleaning, up the rabble of war. What the East Berlin house-
tion with the 1948 "affairs of the Panama's hills, there have been .one quarter of the newcomers, get work as gigolos. If they are In a two-hour drive through frau sees in the shops of the
generals" which resulted in the manv stories of Indians holding legitimate refugees. A legitl-1 handsome, or do whatever else the Eastern part the comport- West cannot be explained away
retirement of two top French survivors. |mate "refugee" is one who can!they can. son Is both astonishing and bv Russian propaganda.
.None of these stories have ever
been proved.
He claimed that United Na- hower would tell the conference
tlons demands m Korea that the that the speed-up goal for 1852
question of prisoners of war belcould be methe now has about,
settled together with the armis-i20 divisions under his command
tice was a new pretext to bloek, but that the' United States
the truce talks must boost sharply its shipments
Delegates of the 12 Atlantic of guns, planes, and tanks to It
Pact powers meet in Rome to- 'European partners.
dav t search urgently for a Manpower is about all Europe
formula which will prevent the can how provide in any quantity.
collapse of their plans for de- ---------------------------------- Pe?" extradition last August. 1 "=" *"*'"' ; Such aman or woman Is given in Berlin who make their tails
endhfg & Weet wsamM -.4 Killed In Bristol thteei^OfTice mX^rTnth^ Fr L0ft BrMl1 Wh>P la , Viet arereaston. 1 r .r mi the For elgn Office made another,____ permitted to live in one of the, pills and Instruments stuffed
FordanDefenae and Finance In Gasoline Blast ^""1, ?r0^ rh5 .^9n>tlc' LINBON. Nov. 24 (UP)-Jona- many refugee camps. Others ;m their blouses.
Ministers'of the member coun-l nTm,T -_,_., , fSH^iSi, 1 1 tZ>l of.Sif ,tn*n A^Ams. captain of a Brlt-,may remato here If they desire.! The plight of physicians In looks and sounds different tromiargued out of the fact that the
tries gathered for tht^peXg' ^S^' ^r,on^ were killed Aires reply from Buehoa ish tug sald_that all his searches But they are on their own.,Berlin ii.typical of the economic,the western prt-and it is dif- food for which he must work 60
(:enerals he reported are
iving In Buenos Aires.
Qual D'Orsay said that the
prove his Ufe would
denier If he returned
be in A good physician Is luckv to comforting to visitors from the
to the! average more than the equl- j United States.
>alent of a few dollars a day.| Free zone shops are full of.
There are practicing physicians fine materials, good food and
lots of it. in a reassuring con-
trast to the drab scarcities to:
the east.
The Russian part of the city!
Neither eon the Russians
explain why the mark with
whleh they provide their sec-
tor is of se little value as to
make it impossible for the
Eastern housefraa to bay good
things ia the West.
Neither can her husband be
meeUuR,nfn SLSZZiS/tf! when an MundarVron7'^ne
council in an atmosphere of erl- tank exploded in a busy shopping
sis an dantl-cllmax. I center of Bristol.
The crisis stemmed from the, several others were injured,'
critical economic difficulties fac-jbut not seriously hurt, fhe blast
for the ex-Brazlllan warship Sao, which means they hare no pa- disorganization afflicting theiferent.
.Paulo were fruitless. jpers. no proveable identity and.city. Bad as it 1* in the free'
I It is -believed that the Sao1 no access to public assistance'sectors of Berlin It Is worse in
.Paulo sank with a crew of eight,.of any kindnothing. tthe Eastern sector occupied by;
mr-o ^' t er *lorm brolle **" towing! Yet tboasauds of Germans the Russians.
stands In
a block long,
forbidding majesty
The difference is illustrated
by the exchange rate. One
Wast Germaa mark is worth
early foar of the marks
backed by the mirhu Krem-
iin eon the difference will
be even greater.
minutes to buv. mav be earned
by his western neighbor in 18
The division of Berlin between
East and West U bad to au
days but one.
It make wonderful propa-
ganda for the free notions.

8TH ARMY HQ., Korea. Nov. 24 (UP) The Com-
munists increased their pressure along fhe Korean fight
ing line today, obviously trying to gain by fighting terri-
tory they have not been able to gain by negotiation at
The Panmunjom truce negotiations struck more
trouble as United Nations and Communist staff officers
spent 5 hrs. 10 mins. trying to agree on where the pre-
sent bottleline lies.
They hove reached agreement on the line across
f about half of the 145 mile front, but today's delay will
mee me ena u:ine war, ana naai'*"uuau lue uuu ui me naval'... ___ .i i_,i_ % {_
lost freedom and independence. |Ordenance Plant here for victims * MCk the Start of the 30-day period in which all other
TTV, TT.Ik.J ***_A^_ *. .. *d> ! i*k*'. ..Il.ui *_____._*_*___J __o I / A** I
agreed on
miles along
the eastern front, then small ele-
ments of the line all the way to
the west coast.
The agreed portions added up
to about 70 miles.
A United Nations spokesman
said certain areas of serious dis-
agreement remain, but he would
not sav how many.
In the case of several of the
disputed areas United States Col.
James E. Murray suggested the
negotiators fly to the front to a
liaison plane to have a look at
the actual situation. The Reds
WASHINGTON. Nov. 24 t*gf'%.t>..
-Congressmen and top State -T^e.^ft*d Nations spokesman
and Defense Department KB- *> 31? ", making claims
clals regarded the tontatilg0* ft/ **tttoqg tojto atanl
agreement on a cease-fire line! nd- *"* on Positions behind our


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Labor News
Walter Winchell
In New York
s, Victot Riestl
The underworld's high court
held special sessions here the
other day. Its verdict was to
dam Its torpedoes; this Is not
the time to go full speed ahead.
As the controlling elements
of the nation's big mobs dell-
berated they heard from their
colleagues in crime that their
huge, respectable Investments
are being threatened by too
much "bad publicity."
Too many gangsters are get-
ting their pictures In the papers
In too many ridiculous poses.
The mob chiefs decided
that their public relations
needs revamping; that its
goons are not to carry so
many guns; that some of
their loud-mouthed, flashy
hoods, and lesser leaders
who talk too much or get a
bad press are to be hustled
abroad, exiled further west.
Last week New Yorkers clucked about a new scandal sheet L'Mi'im l'.i,.*...
which "exposed" Reader's Digest a movie star and others, and lne. c"me ay, lc2"LI > *
defended Josephine Baker...The editor of it calls himself Lyle I court. f appeal ,?eo,t|e f
Marlene Dietrich's terrific squelch of a famed actress (at a
party) Is the Buss of the Burg The Mario Lanas brush off the
rift rumor...Ditto the H. Rincling Norths of the Circus clan
because she's here and he's still abroad.. Mr. Wendell Willkie
broke a wing in a street spill 'respondent Marguerite Hig-
lns* latest merger proposal Is from Major-Gen William Hall...
ivpsv Rose Lee and her groom will continue an ocean apart. She
has taken a home in Europe.. .The Frederick Gimbeis (she's the
Mayor of Denver's sister) have parted. She's here seeing barrist-
ers.. .Ex-Lightweifht Champ Bob Montgomery's wife la suing for
divorce in Phil I v. She may name tome competitors.. Ex-Cong.
Bruce Barton's wife is gravely 111...Count Davloni, once married
to Nevada Smith, was wed to singer Gloria St. Claire here Sat-
"I Won't Interfere With the Efforts of My Friends"
Stuart...His real name is Lionel Simon. He was convicted for
attempted extortion under that name. .Detectives of the District
Attorney's office here arrested him on April 13th, 1942, and he
p.eaded guilty to the charge (857 of the N. Y. Penal Code)...
Stuart (Simon) was sentenced on May 14th, 194? Plus a 2-year
probation.. .His Rogues Oallery photo mimbe: (with the N. Y.
Police Dept's Bureau of Criminal Identification) is B207872.
Serge Rubenstein's mater is planning a merger with an Aus-
trian Count.. Brenda Frasier's hurried trip to Texas has no
romance angle...The late Steve Early's niece, pretty Adrlenne
McCardle, and J. Paulo do Rio Branco (of the Braiilian Embas-
sy) are reported setting a date The Freddie Stewart's image
is due about New Year's... Intimates hear Dr. Ralph Bnnche re-
jected the offer of chiefIng City College of N. Y The Washing-
ton buss that B. Baruch was the source for N. Y. Timesman A.
Krock's Truman-Ike story won't stand up... June Home has re-
turned to Movietown and Bob Topping, Lena's ex...The Gov'ts
S50 tax stamp for bookies closed over 25 wheels in Chicago, throw-
ing over 40,000 out of work.. When Bailey's election had to be
conceded rival J. Sharkey wept.
The Washington Wire: When we spotlighted that "rider" on
the Bill ending the War with Germany (which called for fancy
fees to an I. G. Farben exeel, It was defeated by voice vote 2
days later. Senator Wiley promised he would start a probe of
the Office of Allen Property. He started his question-asking 3
weeks ago. giving them a fortnight to answer, and they haven't
yet.. .Feds are canvassing New York swank spots to find out how
much Jimmy Olson (recent Chief of the U. 8. Alcoholic Tax
Unit) spent in them. They are also checking kical places on the
extravagance of several Tax Dep't persons.. A midwest GOP
Oovernor will be a Tax Dep't target soon .The Veep will under-
go an operation on both eyes.. .From our Sunday-Nlghter of Apr.
26ih: "The President will accept the resignation of Eric Johnston
In the very near future." To which Bill Reed, his aide, wired:
"Someone misled you on that rumor."
The North Korean atrocities story broke because of terrific
pressure from kin asking why they had not heard from their
sons. The Army sat en it for 3 months Mar Arthur for Presi-
dent buttons are being distributed on the West Coast.. .Newport-
ers say weHhy Poland-born Isa Sidney (a widow) will change
her name to Goelet by Spring.. Barbara Britton. the actress, and
her husband were blessed with a girl.. Metro's new find, Bar-
Lara Rulek. and Universal's star Rock Hudson, are planning a
Feb. nottfaf,. .Make Something o ctof Clytf MR* orderecLnwtn caahnsfre salts at the aamasjlth
fr. Chums suspect twin wedding rings .A rival gsSet-
' poured out more than 2H million trying to halt Its elrc
slump In the capital. The Washington Post continues to soar...
Add Big Duets: Thrush Betty George and a Texas oilllonaire.
The Cables: Rome newsmen expect James C Dunn to retire
as AmbassadorIf the Gen. Mark Clark appointment Isn't can-
celled... Actor Allan Curtis is in Paris hoping his wife (Betty
Doderoi will listen to his heartache. Who gave her the black
eye?.. Doris Duke, who announced she "washed her hands" of
The Rome American newspaper, actually still owns stock in it.
That paper will be investigated by the ECA because the U. S.
helped with a subsidy.. .Rumor abroad that Gi-o. Kennan may be
the new U. S. Ambassador to Russia. Bishop Joseph Klwanuka
of Central East Africa may become the first Negro Cardinal In
modern history. Vatican talk says His Holiness will name him
In about two months.
To Mr. and Mrs. 48: Please don't forget to enter the Runyon
Cancer Fund Contest, which ends Dec. 10 mid night... The prize
Is a $15.000 Bulckdelivered Christmas morning.. .You simply
submit a Safety 81ogan (for pedestrians and motorists) plus $1
to help us combat cancer.. Address: Winchell Box 13, N. Y. C.
...Sample Slogan: "One-Arm Drivers! Don't Be Half Safe!"...
Report from Fund treasurer: Total donations- 35,586,473.62___
Monies allocated: $4,511,749.24.. Never a penny dedueted for ex-
penses from the donor's offering...Last week's donations: $90,000.
operate In less sensational fash-
Ion. They feel the "situation"'
Is out of hand.
There Is the vision of Tony
Anastasio, small time Brooklyn
operator, brother of Al Anas-
tasia, who for years leased the
killer "contracts" for Murder
Tony actually got himself te-
levised directing traffic on the
waterfront during the recent
New York rebel strike on the
There Is the noise coming out
of Chicago, where small-time
hoods have been trying to dy-
namite their wav Into the
Teamsters' (Milk Waron Driv-
ers' Union) exploding home-
made bombs outside the win-
dows of women and kids.
There is the arrest of sev-
eral killers by the Detroit
police Taxi Joe Bomma-
rilo and Charles Cassise of
the Perrone band, who are
charaad with knifing and
slungino Walter Reuther's
lads. At the latest count,
the Dstroit gendarmerie
have gathered up ten hoods
from this crowd and are
looking for more.
All this can hurt the multi-
million dollar investments in
narcotics, gambling, hotels, real
estate, night clubs and laundries
which are giving the syndicates
a very good and "respectable
This Is not the swaggering
day of Kid Twist (Abe) Reles
and the suave Bugsy Siegel
The high Court "judge" realis-
ed .that the' "Qtprs who got into
trouble were those who got too
big," and Into- the papers. Too
much publicity, "like being in
Maey*i window.- was the wav
the boys put It. The time had
come to forget tradition.
When the Kefauver commit-
tee threw the -heat of TV light.
on the mobs, they started to
sweat. But when local crime
eommJHees followed up, the
mob heoran to act.
When nn the New York
waterfront, Tony Anastasio
began moving in on addi-
tional piers, the bia boys
tapned him on the shoulder
and said stay where you
are. Now. vmi must under-
stand that this meant that
Tonys protestor, bin brother
Al. exvert in execution by
several very intricate styles
no lonner rated. Otherwise
junior would not have been
tapned Soon there come
evidence of the downfall of
Police enforcement agencies
got word that Al was to be
k'llfd In the same restaurant
with Willie Moretti. Instead of
Eating High
NEW YORK.Dear Uncle Eddie, and all the operation costs explain the awful grub, then let
other uncles who run airlines for money: Please
lend an ear to a piteous plaint. Make up your
mind one way or the other: itarve us aloft, or
feed us fare that will not gag p. goat. But close
the process of slow poison.
I travel a whole heap on the big iron birds,
and with minor exceptions I nave stopped eat-
ing In the air unless I carry my own lunch.
us knock off the gratis and start laying down a
schedule of prices.
The funny thing about the airlines, as the
most advanced method of transportation, Is that
they have learned about customer comfort more
slowly than the first train pr the first clipper
They have finally decided, for instance, that a
I have looked at my last helping of wrinkled slight extra fee will induce an overseas passen-
green peas, cold and gummy. t>nd my last plate ger to sleep In a berth, rather than allow his
of mashed potatoes, glacier-chilled, and my last ankles to swell and his back to cramp In a seml-
servlng of congealed grease over clammy chicken, upright position.
This applies equally to the lonesome pickle, It took the boys years, literally, to Install a
the undernourished coffee, and the can-grown public-address system, to keep the paying guests
fruit salad. Informed of schedule time, altitude, the immi-
It is possible to serve a passenger a decent meal nene of rough wheather. and the other details
on a plane. The overseas lines are pretty good at a helpless passenger needs for personal peace of
It. So are a minority of our domestics. mind.
From experience I can sav that Chicago and The comforting croon of the pilot's voice now
Southern, victualling out of New Orleans, sets stills the quavers in my chicken chest; I and the
up a pretty good table on the e'forts of young other old maids are nappy when they change
Jimmy and Tony Moran, who present their papa's the^pltch of the props or thin the fuel mixture.
Tbe Mail ox i> sn op.n lerum tes raadart Tbe Panama Aaer-'8^ndiJ,,t* -"j- vDnn Alberto
kan. Letter* ara ratafees' trortfully and art bandied In a wbelly ee-1""" "Pped off by some Ioya!
fieVntiol mm..,. friends.
If yea centribute a tartar don't be imsotient it it deean't eapeer tb* .ft1. [ l nmi day. Letters ore published ia the order received.
Please try te keep the letters limited te ene saf* leBfth.
Identity el letter writer* ii held ia etricNat confidence.
Thai MwipaM, eatumet no retpontmHirr to. rteteBjentt er oami.M
aiBMMad 1b letter! from reader*.
diamond-studded meatballs to the birds of pas-
Pan-Am and TWA Overseas feed you hot and
frequent from time to time, but have a habit of
running out of chow according to the whim of
the local providers.
I am plumping for the service of sandwiches
Instead of meals.
Gimme a hunk of ham a slnb of cheese and
a slice of pickle. If you got to feed me for free,
and let me wash It down with a gill of milk or
a slug of coffee in a real cup. instead of one Of
those awful paper cartons or plastic atrocities.
Skip the greasy soup and make It bouillon, and
I will worry about dessert on terra firma.
Otherwise, charge me a fee for food and allow
me the right of complaint.
There Is no reason for an 9lrllne to provide
free nourishment to Its patrons any more than
you expect a free bed In a Pullman or a lifted
tab In a restaurant.
Airlines are past the point where they hove to
plant sucker bsit to get the people to ride. If
The ground operation hi<& made marvelous
strides since some of us Indignant* burnt their
britches right after the war
As I write this deathless essay, lastern Air-
lines has just called Up to say they're leaving a
half-hour later. There was a tim when nobody
cared to tell you at all. You lust went out to the
Gothic men's room that Is In most airports add
sat. or stood, like a slaughter-destined sheep.
As a customer, you were either beneath eon-
tempt or unworthy of education as to what went
on In the operational act.
So the time has come, Unce Eddie, and all my
other uncles, to get real mart about this chow
Charge us full price, and It is a cheap barter
to avoid the awful Indigestion that haunts the
man who always has excess bagpage.
If I can pay for a couple of extra pounds o
hand luggage, I can also pay to lighten the lumo
that automatically forms In my tummy after I
have been a guest of the carrier.
_ Crtstdbal, C.Z.
Dear 81r:
Render Unto Caesar and to the country from which you
claim your citizenship, the taxes which are of that country and
common to that citizenship.
If that country be the United States, consider that federal
income tax as common to and as an obligation measured by the
tat* of your financial graces. The all embraces the cltlsen In
more remote and undemocratic places than the Canal Zone;
places like Korea for the citizen defending his country's policy
and yours Alaska, Africa, Okinawa, and other locations where
the citizen civilian employes himself In his country's service.
What is not common to the Canal Zone citizen are the
many other taxes usually imposed on other citizens and which
burden they do not share, namely: gasoline (ten to fifteen cents
per galloni; tobacco (ten to twenty cents per package): gross
alea tax (about three percent); state, city, and territorial in-
come taxes: real and personal property taxes there are more,
but these examples should ase the flow of tears.
What makes a Local Rate pay scale? Agreed that the law
of averages generously assisted by the free benefits of public
school education (tax supported In U.8. probably) has equipped
the UB. Canal employe to more competently fill many positions
but not ail! The U.S. Rate depends on the overall faet that
ha is a U.S. Citizen for U.S. Rate scale Local Rate Is Local
Kate because the UB. Citizen will seldom apply regardless of
ability. Responsibilities also go with the privileges.
Who came to the Canal zone Ignorant of the fact that they
could net establish a permanent home within the confines?
Blnee there are no taxes levied locally who would support * wh,en bring in hundreds of
the usual public services for the private permanent home stab- nulllona s year without vio-
lished In the Canal Zone? Home owners pay property and las- 'nee.
pvevement taxes. The criminals' "court of ap-
You are now privileged to recite a poem "Be there a man P**l*" decided the time had
with soul so dead" and sign your squawks" a tax-payer." Why come for a fundamental change
net blush, admit you are lucky in getting away with the gravy in tactics,
so long a twenty-five percent differential and all. Too many investigations were
Finally. "If there be a man with soul so dead" a boat peering behind their lead eur-
leaves regularly, in consideration, before hasty action, think: tain Too many of their rook/
Ifcuor Is a couple dollars higher on the bottle and few can sf- were spoiling the bietk
ford servants In the UA It was tlas. fer the eld-fash-
Ul. Citisoa loaed. over-publicized (rime
Tax-payer, czars to go.
pits! for x-rs to see if his
manicured finger nails were
sprained no doubt.
y""t"d of slpdng coffee with
Willie when the le-d new. Al
wss being hit with harmless
cathode rays.
Once again the mob tried
But at the second execution
spot, some friends pushed Anas-
tasia out one door at a Newark
fathering, as the gunmen walk-
ed in another.
The high court met again. It
didn't want another mess on
Its hands too mwh pub'lcltv
after the Moretti thin". Deci-
sion was either to get him out
of the neighborhood or the
But rushing him to Italy or
Southern Frsnce was compli-
cated. And Illegal. Furthermore,
he could never get back in to
his famiiy.
So it was decided to get him
west to Hot Springs.
This would shift the most no-
torious of the old-time mob
right out of the spotlight.
With Joe Doto (Adonis) In
Jail, Anastasia in exile and
Willie in ValhaUa. the "respect-
able" elements could go on
with their "legitimate" busines-
The Island In The Sea
By Stewart Alsop
TEL AVIV ."You cari say that again, brother." and the other members of the Kibbutz?
This remark, in a strong Mid-Western accent, This question, the boy from Minnesota answers
comes strangely to the ears on a chilly windswept simply, used to trouble them a!l deeply, both as
northern mountalntop in this ancient land. Americans and as Marxiste (for this, like the
The remark Is made by a Why wry. blond boy majority of the agricultural collectives, is a ltft-
frotn Minnesota In answer to questionisn't wing Klbbuts).
it a tough job' to cultivate this mountain soil. They would ask each other the question, and
which seems to consist more of rocks than of never find a really satisfactory answer. But that
soil? The Minnesotan is the accountant of a was only at the beginning. No-v hardly anybody
Kibbutz, or agricultural settlement, founded a
couple of years ago bv ninety-odd American
On the very top of the mountain is what re-
mains of an Arab village now a mere rubble and
Jumble of yellow stones, plleo higgledy-piggledy
on top of each other.
Just below there ruins are the sleeDlng quar-
ters of the Kibbutz, long green wooden shacks,
like the huts In the cheapest sort of American
summer resort.
The shacks are divided off into cubicles, on a
simple door-window, door-window pattern TO
each of these tiny, unheated cubicles a couple Is
thinks about It any more
This Incident serves to Illustrate both the
strength and the weakness "f the new Israeli
On the one hand, there is the fierce Idealism
which has led this likeable Middle-Westerner,
like hundreds of thousands of his fellow Jews
from all over the world, to sacrifice everything
In order to build a new life and a new nation on
this Inhospitable soil
This reporter has never In hU travels seen any-
thing more impressive than what is being done
in this tiny stale-land being reclaimed from the
desert: work and food and housing found some-
how for the great flood of immigrants; every-
TrWe cubicles ate the only private retreat of where drive and energy and hope
Yet there is weakness too. It lies In the simple
fact that almost 900,000 Arabs (according to the
latest United Nation's head count) once lived in
the houses and owned the shops and worked the
land now lived in and owned and worked by
hundreds of thousands of Isrsells
It Is with a sense of shock that one soca dozens
'he Kibbutz members. Their children are cared
for collectively, and all eat together in a com-
munal dining hall.
For two years now. the member* of this collec-
tive have been living an Incredibly hard Ufe on
this naked mountalntop somehow wresting a
bare subsistence from the drv, ib*ky soil, slowly
building permanent living qusrters with their ?f dynamited and dead Arab villages to the north,
own hands in the area assigned to the Arabs (because they
There is something grim ye', venulnelv moving had a f"*t madorlty of the population) to the
in this dedicated monastic living, so utterly out- oriflnLYnlt*d Nations' pan ftlon plan,
side the experience of most Americans. to *?"* jnes of shock also that one visits
Yet to the American newly-arrived here, there eh c"r_"" jffg- turtltof, Arab city
Is something grimly moving, too about the moul- *"" ~. TT*. or rtCT 7"
daring ruins of the Arab village For these ruins [hen this reporter was here four years ago and
must surely serve as a constant reminder that < virtually every Arab house and every Arab
the land now cultlvsted by the Ktbbute members hop now occupied by the lfrf"*
cave a living, not long ago. u. men of a differ- U true that the Arabs started the war, and
ent race that they would have driven every last Jew into
What happened the Minnesota boy is asked, the sea If they had been able to. It is true that
to the village nd the Arabs who lived in it? most of the Arabs ran away. The terrible need
The Arabs, be rays, ran sway during the Arab- of the Jews for s land of their own U true.
Israeli War. As for the village it wa dynamited But it Is also true that tbe founding of this
after the Argbs ran away nation involved taking over the property and
This was tbe potley of the government, he says Uwh^ojd af hundreds of thousands of people.
wrylyte "dlseuaaV tbe Arabs froto returnin*. doubt there was ne other way.
what does he rhtak ef this mattes of the tak-
ing over of Arab land? Dees it ere worry bin (Copyright, 1H1, Now York Herald Trisas* tas.)
Drew Pearson says: Companies getting war contracts have
spotty records; Harvey's record is for better thai
others; Anaconda Wire & Cable twice convicted fer I
war frauds.
WASHINGTON. The job of finding 'spotless company to
froduce aluminum for lagging defense production Is much like
hat of Diogenes looking for an honest man.
Below are printed the war records of the three chief com-
panies considered by the National Production Authority for aid kg
letting up a new aluminum plant
Significantly no agency of the government bothered to leek
up these records, but left it to the press.
Today the FBI is required to spend weeks, sometimes months,
checking on the loyalty of a prospective government employs;
while there is absolutely no system for checking on the records
of companies getting lush war contracts.
Furthermore, Secretary of the Navy Dan Kimball has flatly
refused to give the record on the Harvey Machine Company to his
Cabinet colleague, the Secretary of the Interior, or to a House In.
vcstlgatlng Committee.
(Kimball and the Harvey are California, with Lawrencs
Harvey high In Democratic political councils).
In addition the Defense Mobilization Administration Is bar
ted by Congress from building plants of Its own if It cannot find
a company qualified to build one.
This ban, urged by GOP Senators Mundt of South Dakota and
Taft of Ohio has seriously impeded defense mobilization:
Meanwhile, the Navy records, which this columnist has seen,
show that the Harvey Machine Company was investigated by Na-
val intelligence during the war for making off-sized gauges which
piesumably would help to pass off-sized shells past naval Inspec-
tors without the Inspectors realizing the shells did not fit specifi-
A Naval report, dated Jan. 27,1944, signed by Capt. L, D. Webb,
and recommending against the use of Harvey on another Navy
contract, quotes lia val Intelligence, in part, as follows:
"A check of gauges at the Long Beach plant of subject, dis-
closed that one of the gauges being used for Navy inspection was
defective. Investigation disclosed that approximately 150 defec-
tive gauges manufactured by subject were delivered to the Long
each plant for use in company and navy inspection.
"The defect in these gauges was such as would enable sub-
ject to attain the acceptance of faulty projectllea by the Navy.
"Investigation discloses that Herbert Harvey, plant manager,
purposely devised a gear-ratio to be uaed on the Navy-owned
thread-grinding machine used to manufacture the gauges.
"The defect In the gauges caused by use of the substandard
Sear-ratio was not discernible without torough examination.
dmlral Joseph R. Defrees requested that steps be taken to
cause the institution of criminal proceedings, if a criminal sta-
tute has been violated.
"Dated 22 May 1043, the cognizant War Frauds Division pro-
sccutor of the Department of Justice, in writing to say that 'in- j
herent weaknesses of the case* (i.e. Inability to prove to a Jury j
the Navy Department was seriously injured by subject's actions)
would make it extremely difficult to secure a conviction, added:
"'This does not. mean, however, that we have closed our
files on this matter, and I have asked one of our attorneys to I
trepare a memorandum of law applicable to the facts set forth
n the investigative reports."'
Captain Webb, when queried by this column, stated that al-
though he had then recommended against further use of the
Harvey Machine Company, he now felt that they had the initia-
tive necessary for the production of aluminum. He also admitted
that he had received a phone call direct from Secretary of the
Navy Kimball regarding the Harveys.
Investigation by this columnist leads to similar conclusions
namely, that the Harveys have the drive and Initiative neces-
sary for production, and that their record, while far from spot-
less, Is far, far better than others under consideration.
After the Harvey record was published, NPA proceeded to
award the aluminum contract in Montana to both Harvey and
Anaconda Copper, apparently on the theory that two wrongs
make a right For Anaconda Wire and Copper had a far worse
war record than Harvey.
Furthermore, Oljn Industries, also under consideration for
the aluminum contract, likewise had a worse record than Harvey.
Acnaconda RecordAnaconda Wire and Cable, one of the
largest Anaconda subsidiaries, was twice convicted for war frauds
and sabotage In selling faulty wire to the Army Navy and Air
Alex Campbell, VB. Attorney who prosecuted Anaconda at
Ft Wayne, Ind., states that Anaconda's Inspectors had pretend-
ed to test wire and passed It on to Army and Navy inspectors
with sn o.k. tag on it though actually it was not inspected.
Part of the wire was used for artillery communications In
the field; part was degaussing wire to protect warships from sub-
marine attack. Fortunately, the wire was caught before It got
Into combat
At Ft. Wayne, the company and five of its staff did not con-
test the criminal charges and received S31,000 In fines plus sus-
Snded lail sentences. One of those convicted was Thor Johnson,
aconda Wire and Cable representative for the entire state of
Indiana. .
The fact that a similar pattern of fraud and concealment
was followed In other Anaconda Wire and Cable factories, ac-
cording to Justice Department officials, showed that the frsud
must have been directed from up above.
Anaconda Wire and Cable was also convicted at Pawtucket,
R.I., and four individuals given one to two years Another fraud
charge at Hastlngs-on-Hudson, NY, was dropped after Anacon-
c'.a paid the government a total of $1,020,000 as a settlement for
all Its fraud damage.
Remarked Senator Bone of Washington: "The men who did
this dreadful thing would be lined up before a firing-squad If
they were In Germany or Russia."
But in the United States, the Truman Administration pro-
poses giving Anaconda a new contract.
Olin Industries RecordAnother company under considera-
tion for government aluminum aid is Olin Industries by no
means little business which operates Winchester Arms- New
Haven Bond Electric Corp; Western Powder at Peora, HI.; Li-
berty Powder at Mount Braddock, Pa.; Eeuste Paper I*)., in North
Carolina; Central Railway Bienal, Peru. Ind.; Pacific Railway
SI an ay at Los Oatos, Calif.; Equitable Powder. Texas Powder,
Columbia Powder, U.S. Power, Egyptian Power, and East Alten
Public Service.
' During the war ten members of one subsidiary, U.S. Cartridge,
were Indicted in St. Louis, for a conspiracy to pass defective am-
munition, making false statements, and violating the Sabotage
Tried in April 1M4, they were found not guilty.
A second Indictment dragged on for ttvtn years and In 1950
was dropped by the government. The government is now ap-
pealing a civil suit for $314,000 against U.S. Cartridge to recover
damages which it lost In the lower court.
Another column on compsnles with bad war records now pro-
fiting from big war contracts will follow soon.
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Pacific Sid.
Cabe Verde, Panama City. No. 1 J. A
d; Panama City No
Bail (Sabbath
Law*. Chorri .
Je, C. O. Abraham; Gamboa.
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arrima only).
Adolphu* Lawaa, Chorrillo, P. A H*nry:
ao, C. O. Abraham; Gamboa. A
a. and Spanish City Church. I-
duardo tulloba
Atlantic Bide
Colon Third rea*. Joeeph Bryan: Crta-
tonal ingllah N*w Cbureh. B. A. Crock-
hank: Cristobal BuanBtl Church. B. J
Hum, (Ifo Sunday night servlc. at
rraaenL) ___
Sabbath chool aaeb church Saturda>
I J* am. Divina warship 11 a.m. Sunday
night etnrtca at all church exeent
therwUe Indicated _____
Union Churches
eeaeatial* aad eaarlty In all "
The He Phillip Harener. Pastor
!5eVe22lD serrlee and Cburch-tlme
CM toun People-a Mteting
""heTt*. J. William L. Graham. Pastor
X*F. ilFsroadeeat on HOK; HPK
and HON. m ,
:4a Sunday School.
11:* Worahlp Service.
S:0C ChrKtlan Enoeator.
"Sm. Henry Ban,
Phone S-l_
bf Worahlp aervlee and Church-rime
m3Sr,Touth reUowahln.
"*Th7aev. Alex-nder H. Shaw, Partor
Balboa Rd at San Pablo St.
J^tStchurch Offic. -3S*
fMCfcurrjTsciiaol. Free bu. rvlca
Tija Worahlp fiervlee.^unlor Church.
ftWy Story Hour. Church-urn. Nur
""5?f0 Chl Bho-aanler HI FeUowahlp.
40 Pott HI Fellowahlp,
(a Babee
AUaerrlce In Gamboa alc Center.
The Se*?7*Jinond A. Gray. Minuter
Phone MM.___,
ao Sunday School.
TM Worship aereioa.
radio Mgael
1:30 Church School.
ll:i Divine Worahlp.
1M tvenln Vaaajera.
lociert .
10JO am.
JWB Armed
rorcaa Service
Cantor Library
Balboa, C.Z.
Your Invitation
to liberal
Charcha* of th* many faiths m the Canal Zana, end the terminal
cities of Panama end Catan, public of Panama, extend a welcame
at all times ta man and woman of the armad] aervkea, aad te civilian
ijtibor, friend* aad atrancara.
At a public trrica, the The Panama Amaricen littt below, by
deneminetieni, notice ef heart of worship and other regalar activitie.
Liitingt ara rotte* from rima ta tima. Denomination having
only ana ar two ceaaresatian* are Hated uader "Other Church And
Service." A ipaciol listing it included far services at Army aattt,
Air Fore base* and Naval ttation.
Miafttert, church lecretarlet and chaplaiat ara aekad ta inform
the newt- eeak by Wedmndey noon at the latatt of any changa* far
the earning Saturday'* church page.
(Uated below ar the Catholic Churcha
in the Canal Zone and thoaa In the ter-
minal citla ot Panama and Coln whoa
congregation* are primarily English-
cpeoklng Btaidea theae, the Cathedral In
Panama City, the Cathedral of the im-
maculate Conception In Colon, and num.
erou pariah cburchea In both cltlaa, wel-
come EnglUh peeking visitor, though
their congregation are orlmarily Span-
ish-spa king.)
n. MABra
Sunday Maatea: 5:55. .DO, 10:00. 11:90.
12:00 a.m.
Benediction: 5:00 p.m.
Holy Day afaaaea: 5:55, 1:00. 11:10, 11:S5
Conleealona: Saturday3:30, 5:00 pm
ttOS, *:00 p.m. Thursday tor Pint
Friday7.00. 1:00 pjn.
Miraculous Medal NovenaMonday at
7:00 p.m.
Roaary every evening at 7:00.
Sunday llamea: 5:55. 7:30, :30 a.m.
Holy Day: 5:55, 7:30 a.m.
riailflull Saturday3:30. 5:00 pm
7:00, 1:00 p.m. Thuraday for first
Friday7 AO. 00 p.m.
Sacred Heart DevotionFriday at 7:00
(-00 oJn.
B.,d Baptitt. IAkMk3^(Bfa
Service 11*0 ajn, and TO pjp. Serving
35 Lord a Supper at both Service. Sun-
*? cSv&Iss, CJU Divine
aatieea l5*6 *JB Sunday School at
ta. s. M. Km Mstala.
""b^A-W. Cra*ISlm.
Bio Abajo
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R.P. Sunday School at
dira 311 Bruja Bead
rr^Pond Jr Paalor.
*:tt am
10:4 a.m.
JO pm.
7 JO pjn.
Sunday school .........
Preaching Servlc* .......
Vrsinlng union .........
M, -1" Street
(Battoe the National Inatltutel
Box 1*41. Panam City.
Rev. Jote Prado Cider Pastor.
Sunday Service*
Sunday School............ W
Preaching Servir ........ 7:30 p.m.
VmSSv. Blhle Study .. 7 JO pm.
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Drawer "B" Balboa Height.
Phone Balboa 1717
"Toiii Cbareb away tram Boma
with welcame luet m crwnaUy*-
Sunday Mam: 8:3S ajn.
Sunday Mam: 1:10 ajn.
Holy Day: 5:45 a.m.
Conleaaloo: 1 JO. 5:00 pxn. Saturday*.
Pedro Miguel
Sunday Mam: 30 ajn.
Holy Day: JO a.m.
Confemlon: Saturday7:15. 7:45 p.m.
Roaary: Monday, Wedneaday and Sal
day at 7KM pm.
Catechlam Clam**: Sunday10JO, 11J0
ajn. ,
Sunday Mam: 7*0 am.
Holy Daya: S:4S a.m.
Confaealon.: Saturday3:30. 4:00 pjn.
7:00 p.m.
Sunday10 JO. 11 JO
Sunday Maatea: :00. 1:30 ajn.
Holy Day: 00, :30 .m.
Corifeaalona: Saturday-1:00. 5:0, 7:00.
:00 p.m.
Before Holy Days: 7*0. 1*0.
Roaary every evening: 7:00 p.m
Bio Abajo
Sunday Mines: JO. I J am.
Benediction: 4:00 pjn.
Holy Day Mama: 5:45 am
Confeaaiom: Saturday-1JS. *>*-
Friday after Miraculous Medal No-
Mlraculou Medal Novena Friday T
tlomry: Monday and Wedneaday7 X
7:00 ajn. Holy Day
Boaary: Tueeday-
Catechlam Clamas:
The Cbareb of the Lutheran Bear*'
H. T. Bernthal. Pastor
MO Balboa Road. Balboa.
Sunday School and Bible Clam a an.
Worahlp attic* 10:15 ajn.. "Com* Thou
Wltb u and W. Will Do Then Good." A
friendly welcome twalta all visitor. Pot-
luck upper second, Sunday aacb month
JO p.m.. game night, fourth Sunday
7 JO p.m. The Service Center, open Wed
nesday through Sunday, extend a coc
ilal welcome to ell mlfltarv oernnnnet
The Rt. Rev. R. Heber Gooden. Blabop
The Very Rev. Baymond T. Pcrrta. Dear
7:M ajn. Holy Communion
1:30 am. Cathedral School.
10:45 Morning Prayer and Sermon.
(First Sunday of th* month Holy Com
uumon and Sermon.]
7:00 pjn-Evening Prayer end Sermon
Srd SL near G, Navy
Rev. Milton A. Cookaon. Pastor
Holy Communion 7:X a.m
Church School 0:10
Morning Prayer-Sermon 11*0 am.
H.C flrtt Sunday In the month.)
oun People's Votper Service 4:
Sunday M
g-45 a__
Sacred Heart Devotion Friday 7*0
Corr/eaiions: Saturday-1 JO, :00, 7*0.
1*0 pjn. __ ,____,
Roaary every evening except Tueeday at
T*0 pjn. ______ I
coco slito rLATtmaa
Paator. Rev. Wm. t. Finn, CM.
Sunday Ham ............... I'M am
HolyDay Mam.............*0 am
Sunday School ............. :4S a.m
Servicw Thursday nlghta ... 7:45 om
Carrfamlmw before BJas ____
M.rgariU. C Z.
Rev. WUliam J. Fton. CJl
Wednesday, Holy Communloo 1 JO p.m
Choir Rehearsal 7*0 am.
A House of Prayer for all people
Cbarch of St. Andrew
The Rev. Qldapn C. Montgom
Rev. SL A. Cookaon. Chap.
Holy Communion 7 JO ajn
Sunday School IJO ajn.
Public Worship 10:45 ajn.
(H.C. tint Sunday In th* month.)
Young People Fellowship 4:00 p.m
Choir rehearsal Wedneaday evening
at C:30 pjn. *
Women's Auxiliary 2nd and th Thura-
day at 7:30 p.m.
Houae of Prayer and FeUowahlp for all
Good Shepherd
Th* Ven. A. F. Nightengale
1:00 ajn. Every Friday; Morning Pray-
I.H.C. 1st Friday.I
SI Slmea's Church
Bev. Antale Oehaa S.
Padre mistral 4411
Holy Communion.......... 1030 a.m.
Sunday School............. 1*0 pjn.
Youth Organizations 1:00 A :00 p m.
Evening Prayer A Bibble
2nd 4th Sunday ........... 7 JO pja.
Women's Auxiliary ........ 7 JO pjn.
2nd and 4th Thursday.
William M
Sunday School............. *J0 i
Bening Worship.......... 1045 1
ptlst Training Union .... ,:30 1
Evangeliatic Service ........ 7 30 om
Prayer Meeting Wednesdays 7:10 o m
W.M.S Bible Study
Maa'a Brtiierfaood
(Lent Monday In month) .. 7 Jti pjn
Baalim Avenue at 1Mb Street
JMrtabai. CZ-
*. Prod U Jonas. Pasto
1 British Conference I
Miniatet Rev. u. Merbert Moon
IN ajn. Morning Prayer and
New Cristobal. 4th. *> G St.
Pastor, Rev. Vincent Ryan. CM
Sunday Mama*. 7. S A 10:10 a.m.
Weekday Mass. JO ajn.
Sat.. 8:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mam**, *0 *:00 a-m.
Confemlon*. Rotary, nightly 7:00 pm
Sunday School after the I a.m. Mam.
Mlraculou* Modal Novena eerviee*
Mon. 5:00 A 7*0 pjn.
l*t Sat Devotion, every let Sat after
Bolivar Highway, Gatun. CE.
Paator. Rev. Francis Lynch. CM
Sunday Mass. 1:00 am.
Weekday Masses. Thurs :S0 s.m.
Sat 7*0 a.m.
Holy Day Mam. 7*0 a.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena service
Mon. 7:15 p.m.
St Friday. Confession. Communion,
Confessions Sat :30 A 7*0 om.
Oatun, Near Locks
Pastor. Rav. Francis Lynch. CM
Sunday Mam, :45 am.
W*ekday Mama*. Tuea. A Fri *1 ajn.
Holy Day Mam. :00 m.
Mlraculou Medal Novena eerviee -
Frl. 7:15 pjn.
Confemlon. Sat.. 7:11 A 1*0 p.m.
l*t Sat Devotion, every 1*L Sat after
Margsrlta. C.Z.
Pastor. Rev William J. Firm. CM
Sunday Messes. 7 *a 1 JO em.
Holy Day Mia :00 ajn.
Mlraculou* Medal Novena eerviee
Mon. 7*0 p.m.
Instructions for adult* Fri. 7*0 pm
Confaaaioas Sat 4:00. 1:00 Js 7*0 to
1*0 pjn
Colon, loin, at Bieedwy
Pastor, Rev. J. Raymond Maohate. CM
Amlstant Rv Robert Vlfnola. CM
Sunday Masse*. 5:45 A 1:00 am
Weekday Mas. 1:45 am
Holy Day Massce. 5:45 A 1*0 am
l*t Frl. Mames, 5:45 A 1:00 ajn
Communion, 1*0 a.m.
Baptisms Sun., 4:00 pm
Miraculous Medal Noven* service.
Wed. et :1S A 7:00 pjn.
Novena of the Sacred Heart Fri. 7:15
Conlesalona hat. 4:00. 1:00 pjn A
7:* to 1*0 p.m.
Sunday School. 3*0 pm
Daacustion Club. Young mon of Pariah
Sun. 1*0 p.m.
SL Peter* Church
Bev. Lemuel B Shirley. Priest
ajn.Holy Communion.
T a.m.Choral Eucharist and 8mmon.
10 ajnMorning Prayer and Church
I p.m.Hob Baptmm.
7 JO p m.Vespera and Sermon.
Communion Tueeday* and Thuraday*.
7 am, Wednesday and Friday* 1 am.;
a. Monday,
I i.iu, nNinvHj* m
Girl Friendly and
7 (MB.
> nlghtl
Jewlsti Welfare Board, Bide, IM-JL La
Boca Road. Balboa. CZ BabM Nathan
Witkln dlreetor.
Service* on Friday. I JO pimi
(See alao listings of Jewish abvtce.
indar Posta, sata* and Stallone )
Congregation Kol Shaerlth larael. Ave-
Cube and 3th Street, r
Psn.m City. Rabbi Harry A
Services on Friday. 1 pjn
Bella Vlala
. Merfeld
Floridan Who Probed Probers
Has His Expenses Disallowed
Posts, Bases
And Stations
~_ Pwlatat
Sunday School.................. :15
Morning Worahlp............... 10:30
Sunday School, Bids- 1*4 ...... S*0
Sunday School..............,(,,. 10:00
Morning Worahlp............... II on
12th Station Hoapltal........... 10:41
Bible School................... t.-4t
Morning Worship............... !*:
Y*uth Group ................... 4:00
Servicemen Hour.............. 7:00
Morning Worahtp............... 10 -45
Preteatant Sunday School ...... CM
Consul Chapel ............... tjo
Daily Mam ..................., |
Sunday Mamm......1:00. 1*0 A 1:41
Sunday Mam.................., 1M
Sunday Mam ................... 10J4
Dally,Mam..................... 7Jo
Sunday Mamm .......... 100 A 1:00
Sunday Mam ................... gjo
Dally Mam..................... Jo
Sunday Maaaea .......... 7:41 A 1:43
Saturday ....................... (Oil
S*irday ...........-...... *
Thursday ...... ................ 1*1
JWB. Balboa, C.Z.
Friday............ TO
Proteetant Worahrp Service...... **
Sunday School .................. 1*0
Morning Worship............... 10:00
Sunday School................. 0J0
Proteetant Worahlp Service.....11:15
FoWlJlScK ......."..........UM
Sunday Mam ................... 1:00
Sunday Mam.................. t*0
Tusad ay........................ T:
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., Nov. 24.(UP)Ted
Smiley resigned his job on the Beverage Depart-
ment today after paying $2,143 which the state re-
fused to accept as legitimate expenses for his work
as a part-time investigator for Gov. Fuller Warren.
p.m. Tuesday; Veapera nightly at 7,
cept Saturday Complin* TJO pjn.
St. Margaret s Chapel.
Margarita Hospital
The Rev. M A. Cookaon
Sunday School jn. Ev*ning Pray*.
Charch at The Holy Cemfarte*
Th* Ven. A. F. Nightengale.
Every Mondap 1J0 ajn. Holy Coa*.
Rev. D. A. Osborn*
1:00 a.m. Holy Communion 2nd Sunday
1:10 ajn. Sunday School.
3:30 pjn. Evenln Prayer: hid end 4th
Monday: 7*0 pjn. Youth Meeting.
Wedneaday: 5o p.m. Girls' Fri*ndlj
Rev. D.A. Oaborne Rev. C.A Crafwau
11*0 *.m Hoiy Communloo and Ser
-non ut. and 3rd. Sunday*.
11:00 ajn. Morning Prays* and add-
ram: 2nd and 4th. Sunday*.
3:00 p-m. Sunday School and Btptlsm
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and address
4th. Sunday*.
Inatructln (or adults aaklna I
ledge of th* Catholic Church, M
Ion. A
7:1 om Evening Pray a and Satinan
, Tth Street and Malnder Avenue.
Bev. Norman Pratt. Minan*.
Colon. KJ>
Bev. Norman Pratt. Mlnunat
Sunday Servlc** at 1:M am. aad 101
pm.; Sundey School tar all asm at 1
^Monday t*S Jtv Weekly Prayer
^^ mvorOty. CB.
Sunday Sat Mas am. and 1:15 ajn.
Sunday School for all
t IM p m
Tmlnlns Onhm .........
Prayer M**tmg'"(TrA*r*.)'
11*1 am
* PJB.
Thura. at 7:1 pm.
lat. Sat- Devotion
every lac Set eftar
Silv*r City. CZ.
Patter. Rev Raymond Lewi*. CM
Sunday Masses, i 45 A 1*0 p.m.
Weekday Mam. :00 a.m.
Holy D*y M*aM*. 1*0 JO *.m
Sunday School. 11*0 a.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena aervlc -
Tuea.. 7*0 pm.
Baptlama Sun. 4:00 ajn.
Confatneo* Sat 1 JO, 1*0 p.m A 7*0
la 1:00 p.m.
Instructions for adult*. Tuea. A Fri.
TBS p.m.
lit Sat Devotion, ovary lat. Sat after
Gamboa. C.Z.
Paator. Rev Charles Jaeobe. CM
Sunday Mamm. 7:00 A 1J0 am
Weekday Maate*. J* m
Holy Day III* t:4S A JO am.
Miraculous Medal Novena service -
Turn 7*0 pm.
Sacred Hmrt Novena service. Frl.. 7*1
Confmslons Sat 7*1 p.m.
It. Sat Devoticav every lat Sat aft*
aid. and tth.
A. F. Nightengale, a.D. M.B.K
and Th* Rev. RiU Reginald Atwall
Venerable Archdeacon
*:0U a.m. Holy Communion :oo ajn
7*0 o-m. Evemon* aad Sermon
Coln. R. d* P.
lOppoalte Hotel Waanington)
Th* Rav. Mainart J. Petersor
ST3. Rector
A ajn Holy Communion.
am. Choral Eucharist and
10 30 am. Church School.
7JO Dm Solemn Btanauu* A Smmuu
S a.m. Holy Communion.
7:30 p.m. Evensong and Sermon.
I -30 o m Adult Confirmation Ca*.
S p.m. Prey*. Guild
g p.m Children's Eucharist
7:30 nm. Choir Practica
10 a.m. Children'* Confirmation Clam
7 JO D.m Compline arid Meditation
SL George's Cbareb
Gatun, C.Z. ,
Rev Solomon N Jacobs
*:45 a.m. Church School.
t-45 a.m. Morning Prayer.
10 00 am Holy Sucha run and Sermon
7.00 ajn Holy Communloo tAh Holy
laint ~
Other Chinches
And Services
Apartment 1 Lux Building, 14th Street
Panam Monday; Lectura and Dis-
cussion 1:00 pjn.
Ckarek ef Joan* Chimt t Latter Day
Slala (Mormon) Balboa. C.X.
Sunday School 1J0 ajn.
Sarvlem 10:30 a.m.
At JWB Armed Forcea lmltm Cantar
op ta Roe* Road.
Everting Service at t p.m. it place
of meeting announced at morning Mr-
Ml Balboa Road. Balboa
W. Harland Dllback. Evangel!*!
Telephone 2-1002
Bible Clasee tor all aata .... 10*0 a.m.
Preaching and Communion ... 10:45 u
Prmcbing and Communion 7:00 ojo
SIM* Study ...... Wedneaday 1*0 p.m
Ladiaf Bible dam Thumday VM pan
We meet in the American Legion Hall
in front of the Clubhouse
oming Worship 10:41 am.
Wtara welcome
Ladles Bible Study at Gatun.
Phone Gatun 411 or Ft Guliek 100
Day* and Saint Day*.)
7*0 pm Evening Prayar
1:00 o m St Vincent'* Guild
JO om Choir Rehearsal
Cbarch of It Mary Th* Virata
Archdeacon Waldock. Prlost In Chart*
Morning Ptayet ........... <:45 a.m.
Holy Eucharist and Sermon 1*0 em.
Church School ............. 1*0 pjn.
Solemn Evenaang ......... * p.m.
Woman's Auxiliary, tnd Monday*.
Ord*r of SL Vincent Acolite Guild.
- veatry Meeting 2nd Thurdys.
Holy Communion, 1 am. Thi
Evmaons 7:30 pjh.
Morning Prayer. in. Friday. Choir
Rehearsal. I pja.
SL Chriatepher'. Chareh,
It SL. P***"* '*'
Chaplain William H Blalr
Sunday School ................. Bag
Morning Worship................ 11:00
Young Peoole' Service......... 5:45
Evening Worship ............... 7:00
Prsyer Meeting Thunday....... IM
Choir Practice. Wedneaday at
7:00 p-m. and Saturday 1J0 am
SL Raakael The Archangal
13th SL Watt No 1
Holy Eucharist: Sunday at I JO s.m
Tuesday.. Wednesday and Thuraday*
JO am.
Sacrament ot Unction (Healing Ser-
vice) Fir! Sunday of **cb month at
7 JO pjn
it Hallbeth Christian Church
Panama R. P.
BL Rav. T. James, D. D. Bishop
Morning devotion at
Smiley turned In his resigna-
tion as personnel director to Bev-
erage Department director Lewis
Schott, saying:
"As you know, the comptroll-
er's office claims that I have
overdrawn expense accounts to
the amount of $2.143 10, and has
sent me a bill for that amount.
"Under protest, I have this day
paid the bill.
"The sfcminr discrepancies
In my expense accounts could
be justified, but the affidavits
necessary to do so would ex-
pose the Identities of my in-
formants and others who aided
me in carrying out confidential
assignments. This, of course, is
oat of the question.''
Many of Smiley's expense ac-
counts questioned by Comptrol-
ler C. M. Gay were for trips to
Wyoming and Tennessee.
It was reported Smiley was col-
lecting home-state Information
about Sens. Lester Hunt and Es-
tes Kefauver, members of the
Senate Crime Investigation Com-
mittee, for the Governor to use in
debates against them.
Warren's debate challenges
went unanswered, but the Gover-
nor Issued several statements at-
tacking members of the Crime
Committee. The committee cri-
ticized the Florida Governor
sharply for refusing to appear
before it.
Warren also sent another In-
vestigator, J. J. Elliott, to Ma-
ryland and other places to
check on Sen. Herbert O'Conor
and other members of the
Crime Committee.
An Investigation of the Inves-
tigators' expense accounts fol-
lowed the Kefauver O'Conor
committee hearings In Florida.
Gay questioned the validity of
the "state business" which Cml-
ley claimed to be handling.
The comptroller's demand for
repayment of expense money
spent by Smiley was reduced
when the Governor asked Gay
to charge some of the expenses to
the Governor's contingency fund.
Bat other expenses still remained
under question.
The comptroller's office re-
ported that Smiley "has today
paid In full $2,143.10, represent-
ing travel claims disallowed by
the comptroller's office for the
period of Jan. 27, 1949, through
Aug. 15, 1951."
That period takes m most of;
Smlley's term as a Beverage De-
partment employe.
The Investigation of Elliott's
expense accounts was dropped
when Warren asked that some of
the expenses of his two "private
eyes" be charged to the Govern-
or's fund. But further discrep-
ancies turned up In Smlley's ac-
One of these, the comptrol-
ler's office said, was that Smi-
ley's accounts showed him to
be in two far-distant cities at
the same time.
Smiley also charged thousands
of miles of auto travel to the
state. When auditors questioned
this because the investigator did
not own a car, Smiley referred
them to a Miami used car dealer,
who, he said, rented ars to him
for State business trips.
The auto dealer at first con-
firmed the rentals but then later
withdrew his confirmation, say-
ing the agent who rented Smi-
ley the cars had died and, of
course, could not verify the
Elton To Be Guest
Speaker At Natural
History Meeting
Dr. Norman Elton, director of
the Gorgas Board of Health La-
boratory, will be the guest speak-
er at the monthly meeting of the
Panama Canal, Natural History
Society next Wednesday at the
Gorgas Memorial Laboratory.
The subject of his talk will be
The End of The Brood." It was
chose nto Illustrate the necessity
for complete studies of the life
cycles of mosquitoes and the ca-
price of nature In terminating
their activities without human
The meeting will start at 8 p.m.
Out in front
There i* more and more applause for
"Black & White" and it* ever increasing
popularity i proof that this fine Whisky, every
drop of which it distilled in Scotland, has main-
tained the regard of generation after generation.
Distilled & Bottled in Scotland
y Appointment
* KM. Kins. Gaoria VI.
Seated Whltkr OMHefa
luna Svcaanan 1 Ca. lie.
Distributors: AGENCIAS W. H. DOEL, S.A.
No. 14 Central Ave. Tel. -2766
Holy Communion si
fellowship Won
no a.m.
SO a-m.
11.00 ajn.
3 00 p aa.
7:S0 pjn.
1:30 pro.
t:30 pm.
llowshlp Wonhro at......
Sunday School at............
Divine Servlc *t ...........
Sermon at ..................
Holy Communion st .........
Monday* Roll call and pray-
er meeting at .......... 7JO pm
Wednesday* Cvanieliatlc Ser-
vice* at................... 7:30 pjn.
Fridays, Litany, Fasting, and
Sermon from ............ 7:00 p.m.
Re*, asale Ornea S.
Phaae Padre Maga*) 4-SM
Holy Communion .......... 7 3 ajn
Sunday School ........... KM
Baptism. I to I bjb- Sad > tth Sun-
tit aad 3rd Sundays
Woman Auxiliary tnd A 4th
nina PrayerBible
id Srd "
A th
Study am
Communion, wedtttaahya, f am
Christian Scientist
first Church of Christ. Scientist. Ancor
IM Ancon Boulevard
Sunday 11:00; Wedneaday *M OJn
Sunday School t 30 a.m
First Chareh of fjhrtst, SeleatsM, Crtateaai
l!th Street A Bolivar Highway
Sunday 11 00 am. Wednesday 7M pjn
Sunday School SJ0 ajn
Chrtetian Science Society. Jambe
avie Cantar Bulidn*
Sunday 11:30 am first A Third Wast-
leaday 7:30 p.m.
.undav School 10:1
Eight Panama Area
Warrant Officers
Promoted In Grade
Department of the Army Spe-
cial Orders have been released by
Headquarters USARCARIB. an-
nouncing temporary lngrade pro-
motions (or eight warrant offi-
cers of the Panama area.
The following soldiers were
promoted to Chief Warrant Offi-
cers, from their previous rank of
Warrant Officers, Junior Grade:
Floyd I,. Bowen, Walter F. Hop-
kins. Harrv L. Phillips and Wal-
ter C. Pool.
lngrade pay Increases were
listed in the same special order,
for Warrant Officers William M.
Smith. Douglas S. 'Carter. Tel-
land O. Llvesay and Leander K.
Pan American Health
Day To Be Observed
By Canal Schools
Pan American Health Day will I
be observed on December 2 In
the Canal Zone schools, accord-'
log to Information from Dr.
Iawrence Johnson, Sperlnten-,
dent of Schools.
The day has been set aside bv
the Pan American Sanltarv Or-'
ganlzatlon, an affiliate of the
World Health Organization as
an occasion for the countries
affilated with the Pan Ameri-
can Union to consider the health
needs of their respective coun-
The health department of the
Republic of Panama plans to
observe the day with a special
program of parades and athletic
contests and the Canal Zone
schools have been invited to
collaborate In the observance.
Salvation Army
Panama City. Call* It da r enrero
Servio* at 11 am and 7 30 pjn. (Mai
or Wllaenl: Sunday School at I pm
La Soca: Service* *t II am and 1911
ojn. Sunday School at SM p-m
Sad Tank: Service *t 7M om Sunday
tehea! at IM bjo
at....... 11 s
Colon. 1Mb
School et .........
Colon. 3rd Street
at ...... 11 am.
Silver City
m A 7:30 pm
Sunday School at
3 00 BJB

jfAQt four
HOLLYWOODiNEA'Exclu- in Paris." AndvRichaid Carlson's the preview. For years I've sec-
' lively Yours: list about set for the same stu- retly harbored a desire to see
* Ginger Rogers and Fred As- dios "Four Chaplains." Katie rush into a room, tennis
taire together again as a dance. racquet in hand, and say:
team at the New York Palace! Jack Benny's first TV show of Rally, I'd like to rally. Rally
:" Judy Garland's sock- return to the season was his best to date I do."
*ihe vaudeville footlights there "I just walk out on the stage. |
Mas Hollywood agents talking of This is what I used to do in vaud-- There's-a buzz that Producer
"booking Ginger and Fred early eville. To heck with my radio Frank Ross will now make the
nwxt year. formatI'm still in character." long-delayed Lloyd C. Douglas en"Rn t0 m>ke a lady blush.
It would be prestige for Ginger, Talking about doing six instead best seller, "The Robe," in Rome. That's what Ann Blyth did
who didn't bowl over the critics of four shows this season, Jack when she learned her blushes, in
in her Broadway play, and a quipped: . Overheard: "Darling, she's got Technicolor, were slowing down
ihot-in-the-arm for Fred's grow-: "Last year my shows were so such tremendous shoulder blades production on a $2,000,000 movie.
ng chain of dance schools. I far between that by the time Lthat they're calling her Ramgad Ann usually plays those "nice-
| did my second, they were show- at the studio. That's Dagmar llttle-glrl-next-door" roles m
United Press Staff
Clark Gable, take it from Pro- ing the kinescope of my first as spelled backwards."
ijucer Z. Wayne Griffin, won't
give up his movie career. Griffin,
,,who has been guiding Clark's
./lilms at MOM. isn't worried
bout Gable quitting a Hollywood
address for a Nevada ranch
home in his divorce battle with
Ladv Ashley.
"There's no reason.
an old movie."
Donning spectacles for the au-
dience warm-up. Jack csacked:
"I really don't need these. II
Just havethem in case I run into
Tom Neal."
New Books
; that kind of part her reputation
as a chronic blusher Is no han-
idlcap at all.
Miss Blyth's face Is reputed to
flush, on the slightest provoca-
tion, on an average of 25 to 30
times a day. Often, it happens m
?wipbp you* f+whinb -maun fo* mh<*
cuAKMinn amo attkactivb ano kbplacbo 'km
* "PWze storles of 1M1." the 33rd the middle of a movie scene but
Wanda Hendrix is blushing annual O. Henry Award collec- fhe maioritv of the nert2tr
Griffin and two advertising agencies are; tion, is one of the new books J*"Hft?"* SJrTl^taSfcSS
told me, "that he cant make a screaming. She made commercial placed In circulation by the Pan- Xte nd the hinche hLn',
H.rv ft. . i.i K-.- .u.-- am Canal Library- during the i im5 blusne!
rjQof nn|{ lilHil" ally OlIj|Ci CllCC.
couple of movies a vear and still tieups with two rival hair sham-
live in Nevada. He wont give up poo companies,
movies. He loves 'em."
Mickey Rooney will collect
The collection contains the J^,,^ day'Tgh' fhe be"
outstanding short stories pub-^an blushing in Technicolor.
Don Ameche who took a fin- $75,000 for his role with Bob Hope | lished in^he United States dur- Sne Plays Gregory Peck s lead-
ancial beating with the Los An- in "Military Policeman." Justing the pfst year. From the stor-1"^ 'ady in Universal-Interna-
geles Dons pro football team. is. enough, they say, to pay up, afte.r ies, prize winners have been se-:J'on?ls. swashbuckling "The
telling pals hell sink some of his taxes, all his back alimony. lected by three judges, Mark VaniWorld ln Hls Arms." As a schem-
TV dough Into an eastern pro Doren, Nancv Hale and Joseph!lnR woman relying on her mald-
Mua(j Enter the girl private eye on Henry Jackson. |enly charms to get Peck Into
TV. Joan Leslie just made a videoj The collection Is edited by Une. she goes through qpe high-
There's still another Virginia- pilot reel. "The Girl From Maiden'Herschel Brlckell. voltage love scene after another
Hill-type role coming up in the Lane." She plays an Insurance The complete list of new books with the handsome leading man.
King Brothers'"The Syndicate.': company investigator. at the Library follows: I With Tirtually every embrace,
Ella Raines, who bears a striking, Social Sciences: The Origins of i her face turns the color of a
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Spitz was being paged over the
his $25,000 nltery act. substltut-
Warner'.s has retreated from ed popular song hits for his spe-
th? censor's wrath with the title.' claf material and teamed up with
Retreat, Hell." New title: "You
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V'-ginia Mayo will decorate the
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Til* Ambassador of the United States to Panama and
Mrs. John Cooper Wiley were hosts at a Tisankagiving sap-
per on Thursday evenlut; at the Embassy Residence on La
Cresta giren in honor of the visiting Congressmen and Par-
The honor guests included the Honorable James P. Rich-
ards, the Honorable Omar Burleson, the Honorable Donald J.
Jackson, the Honorable Jack K. McPall, Mr. Al Weitphall,
and Lt. Colonel Craig Davis.
Covers were laid for eighteen.
Ambassador Wiley Entertains
Visiting Congressmen and Party
at Stag Luncheon
the Ambassador of the United
States to Panama, John Cooper
Wiley, was host yesterday to the
visiting Congressmen and the
members Of their party, at a stag
luncheon given In their honor,
at 13:30 p.m. at the Embassy re-
sidence on La Cresta.
Covers were laid for twenty
Triple Birthday Party
Held in Balboa
Mrs. E. J. Sullivan. Mrs. Jack
Johnson and Mrs. Wilson Crook
were co-hostesses at a birthday
dinner party held Wednesday at
the Sullivan home In the Gaviln
area In Balboa in honor of Mr.
E. J. Sullivan and Mr. and Mrs.
Wilson Crook. The buffet dinner
Included turkey and all the trim-
Atlantic side guests attending
' were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Har-
dy and Mr. and Mrs. William
Caswell and Miss Pat caswell.
Guests from the Pacific side In-
cluded Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Mlrrop.Mr. and Mr. Bob Wood.
Mr .and Mrs. Jack Chase, Mr.
and Mrs. Melvin Walker. Mr.
"Choppy" White. Mr. and Mrs.
Gilbert Rowe, Mr. and Mrs. T.
J. Ibdon. Jr., Captain and Mrs.
Charles Driver, Mr. and Mrs.
Watson. Miss Margaret MacKen-
zit Mr. Charles Smith, Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Bruln, Mr and
Mrs. .jr.. M. Edwards and Miss
Helen Edwards. Mr. and Mrs.
Ton JCalonagy, Paul Herring, BtU
and David Sullivan, Mr. Ed
Welsh Mr. Robert McCarriek,
Mr. and Mrs. Teddy Melanson.
Miss Hayes, Miss Beatrice Walk-
er. Mr. Fred Johnson, Mr. and
Mrs.- J. J. Ryan and Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Hawvlchorst.
Johnsons Honor Visitor- -,
With Reception .
Mr. and Mr. J- R.. Johnson
were hosts lart evening in the
Fern Room of the Hotel Tivoli at
a reception and cocktail party
given In honor of their house
guest. Mr. and Mrs. -Magnus
Sommer, former reshidents of
Panama and now of Caraca, Ve-
Luncheon Honors
^Mrt*Ma^sSc*mrier of Cara-
cas, Venezuela, was the guest of
honor at a luncheon given yes-
terday at 12:80 p.m. at the Ho-
tel Tivoli, by Miss Hallle Beavers.
Mrs Sommer and her husband
are the house guests of Mr. and
Mrs. F. ft. Johnson.
Covers wore laid for twelve at
the luncheon.
Mr. and Mrs. D. J; Sullivan
Hosts for Dinner ... ..
Mr. and Mr. D. J. Sullivan
and their son, Davey and their
mother, Mrs. Marie E. Mulye-
hill. bad as their guests for
Thanksgiving dinner Mr. and
Mr. EH. Gardiner and their
house guest. Mr. Joseph Holier,
of Castle Point, Pennsylvania.
Miss Louise Edmondson
I, Visitor in Cocoli
Miss Louise Edmondson, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Ed-
mondson. of Margarita is visiting
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
R.'J. McKeevers of Cocoli. for
the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. McKeevers en-
tertained with a birth day-
hanksglying dinner on Thurs-
day in honor of Mr. McKeevers
birthday anniversary. Mr. and
Mrs. Edmondson and Louise
were guests for the occasion.
afrffi Louise Kommenich
Is Christened
Mariann Louise Kommenich,
three months old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Kommen-
ich of Balboa Heights, was bap-
tized and christened Thursday at
11:30 a.m., by Rev. Alexander
H'. Shaw at the Balboa Union
Church. Sponsors for the baby
ara,Mi*, and Mrs. James Horky
of Balboa.
A buffet dinner was served at
the Kommenich home following
the ceremony and the guests at-
tending were Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Dube. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mlr-
rop, Mr. and1 Mrs. Thomas Pet-
erson, Mr. and Mrs. Saul Yudlne,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Twomey.Mr.
an dMrs. Fr amp ton, Mr. and
Mrs. E. Husted. Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Kridle, Dr. and Mrs. John
D. Osborne, Dr. and Mr. I. J.
Stumpf, Mr. Dora Colman. Mr.
Lawrence Steffgen, and Mr.
William Harnea.
Cocktails and Baffet Dinner
Honor Visitor
Miss Oloriela Calvo entertain-
ed with a cocktail buffet dinner
Wednesday evening at seven o'-
clock in the Fern Room of the
Hotel Tivoli for her cousin. Miss
Helen Ovalle, of Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania, who arrived re-
cently for a visit and is the house
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
de la Ossa during her stay.
and spoke last evening at eight
o'clock to the people of Panama
from the Santa Ana Plaza. He
Is a spokesman of the Catholic
Church In its fight against Com-
Evening Guild
to Meet Friday
The Evening Guild of the Ca-
thedral of St. Luke have post-
poned their meeting originally
scheduled for Tuesday until Fri-
day, November 30. The meeting
will be held at the home of Mrs.
Arthur Donaldson, of 215-A Da-
rlen Street In the Flshbowl Area,
at 7:30 p.m.
The Very Rev. Raymond T. Fer-
ris, Dean of the Cathedral, will
be the guest speaker at the meet-
ing and his topic will be "Social
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Canal Zone College Club
to Meeting
A general meeting of the Canal
Zone College Club will be held
Monday, December 3, at the
Jewish Welfare Board Center-
USO, In Balboa, at 7:30 p.m.
The Music Appreciation Group is
In charge of the meeting and has
prepared a program of Christmas
Play Reading Group
to Meet Monday
The Play Reading Group of the
Canal Zone College Club will
meet at 7:30 p.m. on Monday at
the home of Mr. R. C. Sergeant,
122 Ridge Road, Balboa Heights.
Mr. Henry A. Starrett will have
charge of the program, which will
be based on the musical comedy,
"South Pacific."
Mrs Hollander
Is Patient at Gorras
Mrs. Charle S. Hollander of
Balboa, was admitted to the
Oorgas Hospital on Friday after-
noon for treatment.
Fancy Shirt Danee" Dee. 7
Friday night. Dec. 7, at eight
o'clock Hamadan Grotto will hold
a "Fancy Shirt Dance" at the
Pacific Sail-Fish Club at Fort
Amador. Members and their
friends are cordially Invited for
a good time. Tickets may be pro-
cured from member of the Grot-
to, or may be purchased at the
door, the night of the dance.
Tickets sell for 75 cents person.
Buffet lunch will be served.
Week-Enders at Coronado Beach
Mr. and Mrs. CharleF. Kline,
with their daughter. Leslie and
their son. Jeffrey and Kenneth,
are pending the week-end at
their cottage at Coronado Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Octavio Mndez
G. Dr. and Mr. Gilberto Arias
and their house guest. Miss Tanla
Piza and Mr .and Mr. Aristides
Romero are spending the week-
end at a cottage at Coronado
Beach are. Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Boyer of Curundu and Mr. and
Mrs. E. R- Downing of Ancon.
Thanksgiving Bay
Arrivals at Hotel ranama
Mr. Dudley Wood, an executive
of R.C.A-. m New York, arrived
by plane Thursday and la a guest
at Hotel El Panama.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Beardslee of
New York, arrived Thursday by
Slane and are staying at the Ho-
1 El Panama while on the lth-
Mrs. L. S. McCoUum, the wife
of the President of the Contin-
ental Oil Company, of San Anto-
nio, Texas, arrived on the Hth-
mus by plane on November 22
and is a guest until her departure
on the 24th at the Hotel El Pan-
Rev. Lombard!
Arrives Here from Colombia
Rev. Ricardo Lombardl, the
Italian priest who is on a world-
wide "Crusade of Kindness" ar-
rived yesterday from, Colombia
Daily Reading
The Twenty-third Psalm has
spoken- to the human heart with
force through the centuries. It is
part of God's Book for men. We
all have met people whose lives
tap the deep sources of "living
water." How do they d lt? One
with experience writes:
"I like to read my Bible ior the
spiritual reaction it has upon
me. It Is the only book published
that satisfies the intense longings
of the human soul. I like to read
lt for its educational value. No
men or women can call them-
selves educated nowadays and
not have a general knowledge of
the Bible. I like to read my Bl-
!r because it is the basis of mv
eliglon. It Is through this Book
that most men find God and
attain their spiritual power. II
I want to enrich my soul and
oul and know of Jesus, I'll turn
to my Bible and read concerning
Htm. In those precious year of
His teaching and healing, I see
God revealed."
LONDON, Nov. 24 (LPS) A
stirring description of the recent
heroic fighting of the Leicester
Regiment In Korea has reached
the British War Office in London
from Captain Tom Buswell, a mi-
litary observer in Korea.
Buswell wrote: "The First Bat-
talion of the Leicester Regiment
lived up to its nickname of 'The
Tigers' in its first battle in Ko-
"Under withering enemy fire
they moved on ai relentlessly as
tigers. Pinned down, they fought
furiously; then charged again.
"A devastating barrage of
Communist artillery and mortar
fire did not prevent them mov-
ing forward to the aid of their
comrades in the King's Own
Scottish Borderers, and onwards
towards their objectives, in the
face of overwhelming enemy fire
and a hall of grenades.
beat off a violent Communist
The companies suffered nine
killed and 50 wounded during the
The Leicester praised the
crews of Centurion tanks of the
British Eighth Hussars, who be-
sides giving fire support took
away casualties on the backs of
their tanks.
One squadron of these tanks
fired 1,150 rounds during the day.
Harvest Festival
To Be Observed
At Christ Church
The Historic Christ Church
By-the-Sea In the city of Colon
will observe Its annual harvest
The regiment had only been In ies_"val on Sunday.
The first service for the day
will be a parish corporate com-
munion at 6:00 a.m. Festive chor-
al Eucharist will be at 9 a.m.,
with sermon by the rector, the
Rev. Malnert J. Peterson, and at
Korea a few weeks when they
went Into action. Their objective
was to retake a hill in enemy
Two companies had scarcely
crossed the starting line when
"all hell was let loose," said Bus-'3 p.m. a program of religious
well. music will be rendered by the
Choir Guild.
Directed from observation. The muslcale will be preceded
posts which covered the whole | by the presentation of gifts by
area, the enemy threw down the Sunday School, and the
shells and mortar bombs. preacher for the occasion will be
Another officer said: "I went the Very Rev. Raymond T. Fer-
through the whole of the last war rig, Dean of St. Luke's cathedral,
and I never saw anything like I Ancon.
lt'pi~ a** tim **a .M Pinned down time and again L^ Drin(f the day.8 activities to
L&flSfi5^.2Ko& fitting close. At this service
SLSEiSSSttk1" nevertheless the rector will preach on The
"BUCKO'S-that on reach- HpS'ttSS ff'M.SS
lng the slopes leading towards H^J"i[vaLfAJhsetaP"grim
its destination, one company F tne l
commander was surprised not to
see a ign of enemy troops.
Cautiously two platoons ad-
vanced to within 20 yards of the
crest then the enemy* uncanny
silence was explained: down on
the advancing troops poured a
hall of enemy grenades.
Undeterred, they moved for-
In view of the weight of ene-
Following the sermon there
will be an appropriate anthem
by the choir, after which there
will be a solemn procession and
the singing of the Te Deum.
Harry Peterson had to call fire-
men for aid when a fire broke
my fire, both companies were or- out In his vehicle, a city sprinkler
dered to withdraw a night fell.loaded with hundreds of gallons
As one company went back it had I of water.
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Mrs. Theriot Returns ta Isthsmts
Mrs. Semon Theriot returned
the early part of the week from a
hurried trip to California. She
was called to the states because
of a death in her family.
Major and Mrs. McCarthy '
Major and Mrs. John P. Mc-
Carthy, of Fort Oullck. will be a-
niong the Army families leaving
on December 3. Major McCarthy
has been on the Isthmus for ovr
three years, stationed at the
Quartermaster Section of the
General Depot at Corozal and at
the USAR CARIB School at Fdrt
! Gulick.
plane on Thursday after completing their respective tours
of duty. They will spend their vacation with Sergeant
Whyte's mother, Mrs. Bess Laughlln in Athens. Ohio, after
reporting at Camp Atterbury. Indiana, for reassignment.
Sergeant Bea Wbyte has had the distinction of being
the only WAC on duty on the Atlantic Side. She is attached
to the 7448 WAC at Fort Clayton, but Is assigned to the
7470 USARCARIB School at Fort Oullck. She was married
to 8ergeant Whyte at the Fort Clayton Chapel In October
1949. During her stay on the Isthmus she has Joined the
Beta Chapter of the Beta Sigma Phi Sorority and with her
husband has been active in Little Theatre Work.
Sergeant Terry Whyte is completing a stay of five years
on the Isthmus, having been director of the Fort Clayton
Service Club before coming to the Atlantic Side with the
741 A.. Signal Atlantic Tactical Platoon at Fort Oullck.
He is a member of Nathaniel J. Owen, Post 3, American Le-
gion, and has been active in Cub work.
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A "Coffee In The Bowl" party was given by Commander
and Mrs. W. W. Bemis at their Coco Solo residence at 11:N
a.m. Thanksgiving morning. This unusual party comes from
Enjoying the coffee and buffet lunch were Captain and
Mrs. L. L. Koepkr. Commander and Mrs. W. D. King, Com-
mander and Mrs. B. W. Clark, Lieutenant Commander and
Mrs. A. P. Anderson, Lieutenant Commander and Mrs. H. E.
Schmidt, Lieutenant Commander and Mrs. W. W. Stevens,
Lieutenant Commander and Mrs. V. A. Scbwelteer, Lieute-
nant and Mrs. J. F. (rider, Lieutenant and Mrs. W. L. Hall.
Dinner Party
for Affianced Couple
Miss Jean Kieswetter and her
fiance. Sergeant Edward J. Mann
were the dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Lyman Benthall of
Cristobal Thanksgiving Day. The
other guests were: Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest M. Kieswetter and Mr.
Edwin Y. Wllley of Gamboa.
The Kieswetter-Mann wedding
will take place on December 6 in
the Gamboa Union Church.
Sector Farewell Party Planned
for Colonel and Mrs. Bowen
The Atlantic Sector is planning
a farewell party for Colonel and
Mrs. James E. Bowen, Jr., for
Sunday, November 25. at 4:00
p.m. at the Fort Gulick Officer
Colonel Bowen .a former com-
manding officer of the Atlantic
Sector will sail on December 3, en
route te Washington, D.C.
Mrs* Meatgeaacry
En Reate to Philadelphia
Mrs. Rose Montgomery, widow
of the late Rev. Oideon Clark
Montgomery, Archdeacon of
Northern Colombia, sailed Friday
to reside In the States. She will
visit relatives In Phlldelphia
during the Christmas season, bat
Slans te go to Florida to make
er home.
Mrs. Montgomery is well-
known on both sides of the Isth-
mus. Rev. Montgomery was sta-
tioned in Gatun and filled the
pulpit of the Church of Our 8a-
'vluur when needed. He also was
pastor of the Cocoli Episcopal
i Church before beginning hie
work in Colombia.
On Automobile Row
Bon Voyage Dinner for
Mr. and Mrs. James Brown
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Hudgins
had Mr. and Mrs. James Brown
o Gatun as their dinner guests
on Thanksgiving, the eve of their
departure to make their home in
Rhode Island.
Captain and Mrs. Floyd Forrest
were also present.
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Sergeant and Mrs. Millard
Mundkowaki had Sergeant and
Mrs. Whyte as their dinner
guest Wednesday.
Family Dinner Parties
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Berger.;
of Cristobal, entertained the
members of their family with
dinner on Thanksgiving Day.
Their guests were: Mr. and
Mrs. Alpha Kenyon, Mr. and
I Thy Bontom (he's only 3Vi toff) I
w newest sad proudest addition lo Mm WmWoi
family. rfa bright, door ball olorm gota you wo
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a*or- i to road. TboJaraeoM moulded plaitk com Ii AaMwd
hi karrem Ivory. See * now Santn and owier quafity
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Mr. and Mrs. Christian
Sail for States
Mr. and Mrs. Clalr Christian
of Margarita were among the
passengers sailing Friday for New
Mr. Christian has taken op-
tional retirement from the Ter-
minals Division and they are en
route to San Jose, California to
make their home.
Bon Voyage Parties
for Sgt. and Mrs. Wbyte
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Marsh
of Fort Gulick, entertained with
a dinner party at their quarters
on Thanksgiving Day to honor
Sergeant and Mr. Jerry Whyte,
who are leaving Thursday for
duty In the State.
The group was seated at a long
table covered with a white lace
cloth and centered with red ros-
es in an ivory bowl flanked by
red tapers in ivory holders.
The other guests were: Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Smith with Don,
John, Kenny and Dldi Joe Smith,
Sergeant and Mrs. William Bell,
Mrs. Everett Rodger. Sergeant
Norman Holloway and Peggy,
Buddy, Philip and Jerry Marsh.
Mrs. Leo Goulet, and Mr. c M
Mr. and Mrs. Noel Gibson. Jr.,
of Curundu, joined the group la-
ter la the evening.
Dr. and Mrs. Jesse L. Byrd
had as their guests Thanksgiving
Day Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ullrich
and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Byrd
of Los Cumbres.
Squadron Party
at Coco Sole
Squadron VP 45 had an All
Hands party at the Chiefs Club
Friday evening starting at 8:30
Cocktail Party
Precedes Dance
Commander and Mrs. T. L.
Applequist entertained with .a
cocktail party at their Coco Solo
residence preceding the Wel-
come Home dance at the Coco
Solo Officers Club Wednesday
Fifty friends called during the
A fall theme was used on the
buffet table with a centerpiece of
Mr. and Mrs. Williams
Leave Tec Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. Fr
oL Margarita sailed
vacation to
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Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ridge. Sr.,
of Margarita had a dinner party
Thanksgiving day for their sons
and daughters, who are on the
Isthmus, and their children.
Those present ware: Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Ridge. Jr.. with Ca-
thie and Mary Beta of Diablo.
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Cartotto
and Christine of Ancon, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Ridge and Rose Ma-
rie of Diablo, Mr. and Mrs. Vin-
cent Ridge, Mtos Margaret Ridge
and Mr. Elbert Ridge.
Junk can be valuable. Police
recovered a badly battered safe
hi1 a junk yard and found more
than $6,000 inside. The safe had
been discarded by thieves who
failed to open it.
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1950 models. Panama 3-0346.
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Writ. Alette** Asms
Sea MSI Aaeaa. C. X.
Phillipi. Oceonslde cottage, Santo
Claro. Box .435. Balboa. Phone
Ponomo 3-1877. Cratobol 3-1673
FOR SALE:Child wardrobe, bedroom
tet. Toppon ttove, No. I, Apt. 4
45th Street.
FOR SALE:Electric range. Good
condition, will sell for reasonable
price. Can be seen at 548-C, Co-
eoli, C. Z. ny time.
FOR SALE:If you want a clean
smooth running car 1 have a 1942 _
Cadillac, block, 4-door sedan. 6 FOR
new tire, radio. Any demonstra-
tion. Will sell to highest bidder.
Seen et 8052-D. Margarita.
SALE: Guaranteed tinging
canariet varied colors, El Cor-
men. Ave. Primero No. 77, Son-
chei. Entrance opposite J u e n
Franco Rcaetrock.
FOR SALE:Refrigerator, 25 cycle
- 11 cubic feet, motor recently over-
' hauled $85.00, kitchen table end f.
-' two chair. Building 0440, Apt
! G. Ancon.
FOR SALE1950 Ford Club Coupe
V-8. radio, nylon seat covers.
17.000 miles. Stevens, Balboa
FOR SALE: Very cheap. Sofa;
"Simmons" bed 2 orm choirs. No.
18 Manuel Icaio Avenue, Com-
. pe Alegre.
SALE: 1946 Buick Rood-
motter, new tires, duty paid. Per-
fect condition. Bargain. Casa Am
paro 33rd street Apt. 26.
FOR SALE2 diningroom tobies, me-
, tol. 4 diningroom chairs oak. (quar-
termosterl 2 wkker^ choirs, with ^ SALE :_Ch#vro| p^.^ A.,
FOR SALE:Bargain Englith stond-
ord vanguard 1949 in excellent
condition, $750 cash or nearest
offer duty paid. A11 Americ*
Cables, Balboo. phone 2-1274.
cushion. Phone 2-2951.
FOR SALE:Venetion blind, for
duplex type houte. one washing
machine $95.00, one new Sun-
beam Mixmatter. House 5333-B
Davit Street, Diablo Hgti.
condition. House 5280, Morrison
St., Diablo. Phone Balboa 2663.
FOR SALE:1937 Packard Sedan,
motor recently overhauled, new
manifold, exhaust, tailpipe, muf-
fler, $200.00. Quarters 2061-D,
Curun. Phone 83-6284.
FOR SALE:1 939 Pockord Custom
8 *edon. Coll Balboa, 2-1712. for
demonstration or Panama 2-2624
WANTED: Clean toft rog*. Job'fOR SALE:1939 Chevrolet Ponel
Dept. Panamo American. Truck, a good buy. $150.00
WANTED:Furnished one bedroom
apartment for married couple with-
out children. Albrook 86-6174
Cpl. .Hernandez.
Help Wanted
Capable general meid required fe
Britith family. Golf Helghtt. Mint
'live in end speak Englith. Tel .Pon-
omo 3-03 7i.
Be popular ot your parties or at
donee. teom the latest In Boll-
reom dancing. Balboa VMCA.
Hernftt &. Dunn.
ROA Grants Charter
For Navy Chapter
On Pacific Side
Headquarters of theiNewly
Rtaerve Officers Association haa
acknowledged the petition of the
Naval Reserve Officers on the
Pacific side and granted a char-
ter establishing the Navy Paci-
fic Chapter of the ROA. accord-
tag toan announcement today by
Howard Whipple, USNR,
5448-B, Dioblo.
FOR SALE:1936 Ford Roadster.
House 5753, Dioblo Heights.'
Boats ft Motors
FOR SALE:Johnson sea horse 5
H. P., nln approximately 50 Hrs.
Albrook 6223.
SALE:Beautiful large mirroi
with gold leaf frome, two brocket
helves to match. Albrook 6223
FOR SALE:Block cocker mole, 2
yrs. old A. K. C. registered, beau-
tiful dog, ideal for breeding. Al-
brook 6223.
FOR SALE:Genuine celotex, hard-
board, notional & U. S. plywood.
MAHYINZ. 81 North Avenue,
phone 2-0610. Branch: 3 Mortin
Sosa, phone 3-1424.
Gramlich' Santa Claro beech-
cottage Electric Ice boxes, got
ttovat. moderate rates. Phone 6-
441 or 4-5*7.
Cabin, food, swimming. No reserva-
tion necessary. Choice lots for sale.
FOR RENT: Furnijhed residence
office, living, dining room, 3 bed-
rooms, garage, yard. Phone 3-
FOR SALE:Overcoot
a* an Modern furnished-unfurnished oport-
3S"1U iri. U.;J .....l.. il.l r.
long height in weight. Very worn- {!!t,t*"M,
eheop. House. I4I4-B. Balboa.
FOR SALE:Block Cocker pup
AKC. Registered, $35.00. Albrook
Maid service optional. Con-
10th Street. New
Cristobol. telephone 1386 Colon.
FOR ALE:Greet Dane pup. AKC
regittered. Tel. 2-3198. Culebra
road, 324, Ancon.
LINS 1.5
(odjoining International Hotel)
FOR RENT: Largo menem three
bedroom apartment with two
main be three me, dininaroom, liv-
htgreeiei. dininjroom. rlvhtfreem.
private porch for bedroom, eer-
vantt' room with bath, garage
hot water, venation blinds, locker
room under houae ell com-
pletely screened, o 11 e loundry
room. Beat roiidential toction. Root
$150.00. Phono Penme 2-0027
er 3-0763.
FOR SALE:Motor toiler "Crusoe,'
fully equipped. Rigging, water ond
gas tank, itoinleis tool. Refri-
geration Plywood dingy. Bargain
$2,175.00. /. V. McGirraey, P. C.
Yacht Club, Cristobal 3-1983.
LOST: Small grey horse,
stripe across bock. Latt seen one
mile this side Las Cumbre, along
Isthmian Highway, Curundu 83-
2105 or 83-2282.
1'Ve.Apwel p0<.j*.j
acting secretary-treasurer of the FoB caic.' foUo r l. w
ew Chapter. SALE:1948 Cushmon Moto
orrived stenq-typist". Experi
enced English correspondent. Spooks
Germon, French. P. O. Box 1111,
FOR SALE:Incomplete set Garden-
Club Wedgewood dishes; GE-RCA
large console Radio-phonograph
combination (slight repairs need''
ed) at extreme bargain; 2 maple
chest* of drawers; 2 fine ma-
hogany chests of drowers; dressing
table and bench; 4 upholstered
Sectional chairs with two set
slipcovers; inlaid wood cocktail
toble; China closet; bookcase, go*
kitchen range; water-heater, 20
gallon got; 2 wooden desks; 4
Standard office typewriters, bar-
gain; one Soundscriber combini-
1,ior!.00-00- Dictating, machine
for *20t.0O. Coll Ponama 2-30691
It Is actually cheaper
to buy a
than to accept any other
as a Gift
Besides Protection Againet
Injury, they save many -
times their value in cost
POWER alone.
27* Central At*. Tel. 3-I14S
Hotel rt rename
Has for sale Stock of:
Brewery, Cement, Central
Theater and Abattoir.
Wants to buy stock of
TELS.: S-47lt 3-1
FOR RENT: Comfortoble oport-
ment. 15th St. No. 32, Son Fran-
cisco entrance.
entire* ran ere ted and well *r-
niihed. Rate reasonable. Boche
lera only. Inquire et The Ame
ricen Club facing Oe Loeseee
FOR SALf: Building material,
lumber, construction steels AL-
North Avenue, phone 2-0610
Branch: 3 Martin Sow St. phone
FOR SALE:Seven wit coses, vorl-
Ous sizes, excellent condition
$100.00 for lot or will sell j
_porotory. Phone 3-4088. Ponomi
FOR SALE:10,000 Ft. of "Marta1
lumber. Very good for conitrue-
tion purpose. Tel. 3-2150.
FOR SALE: Choin drive tricycle,
tmaller tricycle,, stoke-body wa-
gcn. Like new. 357-A, New Cris-
FOR SALE:Kodak 620 case-flash
attachments light finder $100
value $60. Colon beach 422-B.
Scooter with
143 Gotun.
transmission. Houte
First Lt. Walter Hunnlcutt,
U.S.A.R., R.O.A.. departraent-
1 president, will present the
charter tt a meeting to be held
n Friday. Nov. 30 at the Albrook
Officers Club, Albrook Air Force
Dinner will be served at 7:30.
>.m. and the presentation cere- Silver City. 8unday, at 4 pm'
monies will begin _t__ p.m. Lt. there will be a special Thank.*.-
vin; Service for the recondi-
Ebenezer Church
To Give Thanks
At Special Service
At Ebenezer Methodist Church,
vid P. Beere, USNR, will ac-
cept the charter on behalf of the
Hmvy Pacific Chapter.
The Department of the Canal
tone of the ROA will be repre-
sented by Lt. Comdr. John Glan-
y. USNR, departmental vlce-
Sresident for the Navy and Lt.
ward Finnegan, USNR. presi-
dent of the Reserve Officers of
the Naval Service. Atlantic.
A apeclal invitation to.all Na-
tal Reserve Officers to attend
this meeting has been Issued and
those officers who desire mem-
bership will find representatives
Of the membership committee on
hand to receive their applica-
Officer attending, this meet-i
Bis: are requested to bring' their
axraed Forces identification!
avrds for admission purposes.
tioning of the church.
R. F. Hauling, principal of Sil-
ver City Occupational High
School will be chairman, and
Rev. Burt Archbold of the Bap-
tist Church at Mt. Hope, will be
the principal speaker.
There also will be greetings
from other local ministers, ap-
propriate thanksgiving hymni
from the Ebenezer Choir direct-
ed by Hugh M. Jones. The offi-
ciant will be Rev. Norman Pratt,
minister of the church.
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Real Esfale
FOo!SAw:~C,''ale, * bed".
800 M lond. tituated in 13 and
LV Parqu* Lefwe. behind
Mueblarlo Ideal. Tel. 3-1216.
FOR SALEAt Sonta Cloro, three
odjoinlnc lots of 1,000 meter
eoeh. thode tree, right by the
beoeh. Beit locotlon at Sonto Cla-
ro. Completely furnished houte
ready to occupy, eight beds ond
f"tfrosee, tiled floor, modern
bathroom, Eelectrolux. refrigerte
ond even electric fan! Also In-
eluded is small house which
needs little work, sleeps four
r *'* and has bath. All for $9,-
000. Can be ittn by appointment.
Phone Kolph Skinner at Balboa
3748 or write to Box 221, Bol-
boe Heights.
FOR RENT:Clean furnished room'.
Modern conveniences. Kitchen pri-
Jileg. No 13. 43rd Street.
TOR-" RENT:Furniihed ream;
prate entrance, garage. 9-5, r*o.
. 27, 46th Street Apt. 18.
FOR RENTAmple offices in build-
ing In construction. North Avenue
No. 53. Information. Ricardo Gar-
cia, B Avenue No. 17.
Last of Molhballed
Machine Tools To Be
Released By Navy
Approximately 10,000 machine
tools last of a 47,000 "moth-
ball" stock the Navy built up
from World War n surpluaea
will be made available to Army
and Air Force contractors, the
Navy announced recently.
At. the beginning of the Ko-
rean conflict the Navy had ac-
quired and put in good repair
40,000 machine tools and other
production equipment. In the 17
months since, 7,000 more items,
mostly related production equlp-
cus ron uilt
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free Entlnutoi Pick a Deitvor*
Radio Programs
Your Community Station
Honest Drinks
Piano Entertainment
Cocktail Loame Effect
a a
(For tho family)
10 minuto* from Coln.
Boyd-Rooaevelt Highway
ment, have been acquired. In the
same period more than 15,000
tools have been shipped to De-
fense contractors needing hard-
to-get items.
Approximately 6,000 ot these
Navy tools have been turned over
to the Army and Air Force for
distribution to their defense con-
tractors. Another 10,000 are in
use or are being shipped to De-
fense contractors working an
Joint contracts of the Navy Bu-
reau of Aeronautics and the Air
The Navy's post-World War JJ
program of "mothballlng" a
gainst possible mobilisation has
been most successful In helping
all the Armed Services during
this critical period when new
machine tools have not been a-
vailable in the volume required
for the defense effort.
Lessons learned in the early
days of World War n ahowed
machine tools to be a critical mo-
bilisation bottleneck. During the
later stages of the war, plans
were laid to -avoid such a bot-
Where 100.000 People Meet
. Saturday, Nov. U .
3:30McLean's Program
3:45Musical Interlude
4:00Music for Saturday
4:30What's Tour Favorite
6:00Quest Star
fl: 15^Evening Slon
6:45American Folk Songs
7:00Gay Parts Music Hall
7:30Sports Review
7:45Jam Session
8:00Newsreel U.S.A. (VOA)
8:15Opera Concert (VOA)
8:45__Battle Report
9:00Radio University (VOA)
8.15-SUmpClub (VOA)
9:30Radio Amateur Program
9:45Sports and Tune of Day
10:30The HOO Hit Parade
11:00The Owl's Nest
1:00 a.m.Sign Off
Alleged Federal Job Peddler
Cancels Bond In Mississippi]
JACKSON, Miss., Nov. 34 B. Curtis Beasley. one of 12 headquarters as a secretary; and secure rural mall Jobs and post-1
former members of the 8tatelDewey McLeod of Mount Olive, masterships.
pro-Truman Democratic Com-1 Henry Debrow of Jackson. J. H. The pro-Truman state com-'
mittee indicted for the "ped- [ Wilkinson of Jackson and Roy F. mlttee came into being shortly
dllng" of Federal Jobs, voluntarily Brashler of Brookhaven, party, after the 1948 National Demo-
surrendered his bond and was; field workers. | cratlc Convention when the reg-
Slaced In the Hinds County Jatl The indictment of the 12 fol-.ular Mississippi Democratic group
ere today. lowed a Senate investigation into | bolted the party in protest to
Beasley was indicted by a Fed- reports that post office Jobs were President Truman's Civil Rights
eral Qrand Jury on charges pi; being sold In Mississippi to the platform plank,
the actual sale of post office Jobs, highest bidder. When the regular group went
and of conspiring to sell Federal A Senate sub-committee com- down the line lor the States
Jobs. posed of Sen. Clyde Hoey (D., Rights ticket of Thurmond and
He was arraigned Sept. 5 with N.C.), as chairman, and Sens.: Wright, the national committee
the other 11 ana had been out on John McClelland bond of $2,500 awaiting trial. He Karl Mundt (R., NJ>.) held hear-, the Mississippi Congressional
was indicted on 12 counts of job mgs both here and In Washing-'delegation and placed patronage
sales. i ton. | in the hands of the pro-Truman
Interviewed at the Jail, Bess- Witnesses testified to alleged- group,
ley said: "I voluntsrlly asked' ' .
that my bond be cancelled, and I _,___, ,.,-,_-, -, ,. .
r8sWff.M^ MM GLANCES By Galbraith
Beasley surrendered to a dep-
uty in Federal Marshal Hugo,
Newcombe's office, who said that
Beasley would be held in tail un-
til the court orders his release or,'
disposes of his conspiracy
Two other party workers. Mr.
and Mrs. C. V. Murphy of Wino-
na, pleaded guilty shortly after,
being arraigned. Murphy Is now
serving an eight-month sentence.
Mrs. Murphy paid a $250 fine and
Is under a two-year probation
sentence. '
Others under Indictment and
who face trial when the job sales
cases are resumed Jan. 8 are: i
Clarence Hood, deposed national
oommitteeman for the state pro-,
Truman group: FrankMize, com-
mittee chairman: Curtis Rogers,
committee secretary treasurer;
Forrest B. Jsckson, committee
attorney; Miss Laverne Velver-
ExpUnaUon of Symbols
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BBCBritish Broadcasting
RDFRadiodiffusion Francalse
Sunday, Nov. U
8:15Newsreel VMX. (VOA)
8:30Hymns of All Churches
9:15Good Neighbors
9:30London Studio Concerts
10:00In the tempo of Jaas
10:30Your American Music
11:00National Lottery (Smoot
and Paredes)
11:15The Sacred Heart Pro-
11:30Meet the Band
13:00Invitation to Learning
12:30-8alt Lake Tabernacle
1:00The Jo Stafford Show
1:15American Chorales
1:30Rev. Albert Steer
2:00Crpera and Symphony
4:30What's Your Favorite
(:00Opera Concert
:S0American Round table
7:$~Story of tho Christian
7:45Radio Varieties USA.
8:00Sports Roundup and News
S: 15Report from Congress
(VOA) ,
8:30Almanac from America
9:00United Nations Review
S: 90The Blng Crosby Show
10:00American Symphony
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Sponsor Of Reed
Arrives Here
Monday On JS Ancon
Four U.S. Representatives, in-
cluding the sponsor of the Reed
Bill which revoked the retroac-
tive income tax for government
employes in the Canal Zone, will
arrive on the Isthmus Monday
on the S.8. Ancon.
The visitors will be Represen-
tatives Daniel A. Reed, (R.,
N.Y.); Charles J. Kersten, (R.,
Reed, sponsor of the Reed Bill
is the ranking Republican mem-
ber of the Ways and Means Com-
mittee. He was first elected to
the Both congress in 11$. He is
a member of the Joint Commit-
tee on Taxation, Chairman of the
Republican Post-War Tax Study
Committee; a member of the
subcommittee .of the Budget
Committee uhdisr the Reorgani-
sation Act; and served as a dele-
ate to the Interparliamentary
nlon in Rome in 1948 and in
Stockholm in 1949. He will be
accompanied by his wife.
Kersten, who was originally
scheduled to arrive this week on
the Cristobal, is a member of the
Merchant Marine and Fisheries
Committee and has been in Con-
gress since 1948. He will be ac-
companied by his wife and son,
Fen ton is a member of the Ap-
propriations Committee and has
been in Congress since 1948. He
will be accompanied by his wife.
James Is a member of the Ap-
propriations Committee and has
been in Congress since 1948. He
is chairman of the board of di-
rectors of Franklin Printing
Company, founded by Benjamin
Franklin. He too will be accom-
panied by his wife.__________
Army Opening Two
New Schools For
Officer Training
Two new Army Officer Can-
didato Schools will begin opera-
tion in November. General Mark
W. Clark, Chief of Army Field
Forces, announced today.
The schools will offer branch
Instruction leading to commis-
sioning of second lieutenants in
Ordnance and Antiaircraft Ar-
The Officer Candidate School
for Antiaircraft Artillery has
started at the Antiaircraft and
Guided Missiles Branch, The Ar-
tillery School. Fort Bliss, Texas.
The Ordnance Officer Can-
didate School wlQ start Novem-
ber 28 at the Ordnance School,
Aberdeen Proving Ground, Mary-
In directing establishment of
the new schools, to provide de-
serving warrant officers and en-
listed men who have outstand-
ing qualifications or aptitude for
ordnance or antiaircraft service
with special opportunities to
earn commissions. General Clark
said that every graduate must be
prepared to assume the duties of
a second lieutenant of his respec-
tive branch without the neces-
sity of additional Immediate of-
ficer schooling, instruction will
be both general and technical.
The two new schools will bring
the total of Army Officer Can-
didate Schools to nine.
The six male Officer Candidate
courses now in operation are:
infantry. Fort Banning. Georgia;
Artillery, Fort Sill, Oklahoma;
Army General (Branch Immate-
rial), Fort RUey. Kansas; En-
gineer, Fort Belvolr, Virginia;
Signal, Fort Mommouth, New
Jersey; and Armor. Fort Knox,
The Women's Army Corps Of-
ficer Candidate School i in
KDFRadiodiffusion francalse1 operation at Fort Lee, Virginia,
This exam knocks me dead! The higher tho education
goes, trie more intelligent trouble I got In 1"
SOT. ALFRED F. CABLTON, 7481 AU Signal, Fort Clayton,
accepts his first aid Instructor diploma from Colonel Fran-
cis P. Klntz, United States Army Caribbean Surgeon and
Chief of the Disaster Control Center's Army-Navy-Air Force
Medical Staff, during recent ceremonies at Theater No. 2,
Fort Clayton. Sergeant Carleton is one of the group com-
posed of civilian employes, dependents, soldiers, sailors, air-
men, and one WAC, who win train all dependents of the mi-
litary establishment in first aid procedures, as part of the
Disaster Control Center plan for total preparedness In the
event of an emergency. Those graduated were the first
group In the area to complete the first aid instructors'
course sponsored by the Disaster Control Center.
(US Army Photo)
Mode of Durable Plastic
in Beautiful Colors
NO IXTIA COST! Ask for the
Isrge Scon's Emulsion package
containing a beautiful tablespooo.
Obtainable to six attractive colors.
Then give your fiumly this sdea-
tific, vitamin-rich food-tonic every
Jay, as many doctors recommend.
You'll soon have a stronger end
healthier family.
' HtGh Energy rooo tonic

Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes-Arrivals and Departures
The Pacific Sleam Navigation Company
Royal Mails Lines Lid.
M.V. "8ALAVERRY" .................. ...........Dec 11th
M.V. "FLAMENCO"...............................Dec. 18th
M.V. "REINA DBL PACIFICO"..................March lit
M.V. "SANTANDER" .............................Nov. 35th
M.V. "SARMIENTO" .............................Nov. Stth
M.V. "LOCH AVON"..............................P*c: *th
S.S. "DALERDYK" ..............................Pec *th
Accepting passengers In First. Cabin and Third* Class
"Superior accommodation available for Daseeneers
All sailing* subject to change withoat notice
FORD COMPANY Inc.. PanamA Tel. 3-157/12M: BalbM list
Coniit* Irstei
4 Notary public
I Shot
i Nimbes
MUEONTAX Sucharistic
l Depicted dog,
the Sprinter
Urn '
13 Savory dish
14 Behind
15 Brazilian
II Complete
It Greek letter
It French island
53 According te
IS Volume
94 It is noted
s gun dog
a* Hurl
SI Dutch islands
In East Indies
Mrv eg lawle-
ss Chair
54 Heavy Mew
Si Capital at
Jl Genus of
Answer to Pravioua Punto'
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12 Snare
17 Three-toed
St Large
SI Iran, sold
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ST. Gait
MR.il bird 47 Ratio
MOthsrwiat MBras
toSecure M It isa------dag
41Temini 12 Stripe
41 Symbol fee M Cima asi point
sodium St Symbol for
44 Type of poetry ruttanh
96 Percent of Christmas Seal
Fund Aids Local T. B. Fight
rAST rsciGHTU atavie uiiiu
'A Umltad Number of Passant*? Barthsi
ro cubopl.
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M.S. Wtnnlpaf .:................................... Dstfber I
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M.S. Washington...........................-..... Nevemoer
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Tel r.*ai s-wss s-iaat ,
BriO-n for FA Service
Written for NEA Service
The aalc of Christmas seals,
which extends from November
13 to Christmas in the Canal
Zone, provides funds which are
used each year for much-needed
assistance to local victims of
Only six per cent of the total
funds collected in the Canal Zone
are sent to the National Tuber-
culosis Association; M per cent
of the money collected locally is
used in anti-tuberculosis work in
the Canal Zone.
Last year, the Canal Zone
TnbsMmtosts AaaeeiatioR speat
ll.JM.M .to help local victims
of tuberc.lo.ie
Of that total. SMO was spent
for hospital services for tuber-
culosis pstients.
In addition, financial assist-
ance provided for victims of the
disease Recounted for these ex-
penditures: $312.35 was used to
pay rent for persons whose earn-
ing capacity was temporarily
Impaired because of tuberculosis;
$7 was used to pay electric bills;
ISO provided a milk allowance
for the families of tuberculosis
victims: and $15 was spent for
cash relief.
The annual sale of seals in the
Canal Zone is being conducted
this year under the direction o
a newly-appointed Board of
Trustees of the Canal Zone Tub-
erculosis Association.
Major General George W. Rice.
Health Director. Is Chairman of
the Board of Trustees.
Other members, appointed by
Governor Newcomer, are: "Mrs.
H. J. Million of the Pedro Miguel
Women's Club, who is Director of
the Christmas seal sale; E. C.
Lombard. Executive Secretary;
Dr. W. T. Ossenfort, Chief Of the
Division of Preventive Medicine
and Quarantine; snd T. G. Dun-
smoor, Executive Assistant to the
The seals are being sold in
Canal commissaries, at the Ad-
ministration Building at Balboa
Heights, at Gorgas Hospital, and
by Pacifie side Girl Scout troops.
Mrs. Freda Boydston is chair-
man for the Atlantic side of the
Last Three Crewmen
Aboard Floundering Haitian
Metorship Sighted
MIAMI. Florida. Nov. 24 (UP)
-The pilot of a coast guard plane
oMne and drifting in the hip-
pins; lanes.
The Coast Guard, reportad that
the planes had sighted the explo-
slve derelict after a wide search
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"You have never commented."
writes r fan, "on the practice
of melding all but two of a
group that you pick up in a big
pack. For example, suppose you
win a big discard pile that con-
tains five kings and six queen.
Our habit out here is to meld
three of the kings and four of the
queens. A pair is kept in the
hand to guard against a freete.
What do you think of this kind
of play?"
It all depends on the sise of the
pack, the status of the oppon-
ents, and on whether you have
five of a kind or six of a kind.
One reason I have not comment-
ed on this before is that there is
no simple rule to follow in this
Suppose that the opponents
have melded and that they al-
ready have a canasta. The dan-
ger of an immediate meld-out Is
very strong. It may be essential
...v. to meld nearly your entire hand.
.K.?05_ffpin.*Ll?u-?!l If .vour partner gets a turn, he
? KtJ
? AQ4

lead tt
Chairmen for the sale of seals
in various canal communities
are: Mrs. William L. Brooks,
Margarita; Mrs. H. E. Plhlgren,
Oatun; Miss Margaret Wiggins,
Finance Bureau, Administration
Building; Mrs. O. B. Baldwin.
Gorges Hospital: Mrs. Joe Bour-
geol, Curundu; and Mrs. Norma
Wemmer, Gamboa.
Sales by the Girl Scouts are
directed by these troops leaders:
Mrs. A. E. Gerrans, Troop 18,
Balboa; Mrs. W. N. Pence, Troops
3,11 and 17 at Balboa; and Mrs.
G. H- Davis, Troop 10. Cocoll.
Annual Every Member
Canvas Begins Sunday
At St. Peter's Church
Teams of canvassers have:
formed to undertake the annual -
every member canvass in the!
parish of St. Peter's, La Boca. -
which will be Inaugurated this
Sunday to last until December 2.
A purpose of the canvass is to:
: secure pledges from members to-
wards financial support of the
church budget and enlighten
them on the affairs of the
The canvass is also Intended to
revive the church life of delln-i
quern members an dmake a cen-
sus of the parish. Parishioners
who are not contacted should call i
on the priest in charge, Rev.
Lemuel B. Shirley.
Scheduled for next Sunday, the
closing day of the canvass, are
Advent corporate communion for
men and boys at 7 a. m.. followed
by a breakfast in the parish hall;
and confirmation rites by Bishop
Reginald H. Gooden ai evensong.
, CHESTER. Vt. (U.P.) Elope- j
moots in New Hampshire once
were known as "Flagg marrl-.
ages." That was because Parson
Flagg of this border village was
i read v to hitch any runaway cou-,
pie that knocked at his door, day
or night.

has sighted the last three men I red been carried on.
of the 22 man crew that had al-! The barge broke loose from a
. _... _.......... _..... .sw&&BSSm
so abandoned the floundering tug near Ft. Morgan at the bay bidding slyle. It often pays to bld' *"' f* H \un/at sent
Haitian motorshlp Tousaaint L- entrance. a major suit or no-trump early ^"^".^ .^, ,h fhe?2tk
The barge, carrying .50 bar- rather than late to make sure of ,t*2P?f.,t th n.n >,!
Is of aviation gasoline, rode so j being declarer rather than dum- ;^';t^Urf ,3r n~5 k
, t th. t*r .nri t.h mi m. IBS yet melded, that they need a
Ouverture about 15 miles South
of here. Irels
... !kw in the water and the seas my.
The coast guard Immediately were ,<, j,t,,h trlat detection, even
dispatched a boat to Elliot Key\^Qm the air was difficult,
to pick up the officer and the
two seamen. Coast Guardsmen
had rescued the other It mem-
bers of the crew.
Now.. .6
Tears Old!
Lovelady Will Run
The pilot of the plane said he PQP NdUOLlil Y"P
was unable to tell whether the11
three men needed medical aid.
The trio had set out In a rowboat
and summoned aid for their
stricken one. The 11-foot boat
sprang a leak after being pound-
ed by neavy,seas.
The waterlogged motorshlp
was still afloat but low in the
water, this morning. Winds of 30
to SS m.p.h. made the Ataantlc
rough for small vessels.
Jammed Anebor
Being Retrieved
fee M. S. Safco I
When the MS. 8afco
In the hand shown today, for count of 120 points, and that
example, Soutb'a 'proper" re- your side has most of the Jokers
sponse is two clubs rather than and aces. It Is obvious that the
one spada. Since South was an-opponents are going to have dlf-
expert player. South bid in such Acuity making their initial meld,
a way as to become declarer at There Is no need to worry about
either spades or no-trumpthe a fast meld-out. in this situation
two most likely spots in which to!you hold melds back.
make a game. It Is seldom possible to see your
Everything turned out quite course quite so clearly as in the
wellsince South really was an'extreme examples we have Just;
expert. Otherwise he might not'diacussed. Usually the opponents
Rufus M. Lovelady, who was hve made his game contract, have melded but have'not yeti
nominated for his fifth con- and the point of his bidding made a canasta; and it may be
secutlve term as president of the would have been lost. After ali.fhard to know how near to a
American Federation ofOovern- there's nothing to be gained from!meld-out either opponent hap-l
distorting the bidding unless p^, ^ De Here you must be'
Of AFGE Lodges
{Panama Canal Uuohouses
Showing Tonight!
Diablo His 6:15 8:25
# .Icttv Lewis
ment Employes' Lodge 14, told
The Panama American yesterday, you re good enough to develop
that he contemplated running I Just about every possible trick in
tor National Vice-President m theP'y- .. ..
1S52 i West opened the five of dla-
At the present time 3. ChMMe\n*'i,fMtoe^toldum-
ed by the way the opponents
aye been discarding and by
your knowledge of those particu-
lar opponents and their playing
holds the position as Hntteial^^ceMdoutro Htnert tod, you'feel quite safe in holding
^tSffi!!?-*: in.- t? tBrWn^wt^-^^H'J'.f.^n'^
Lovelady was nominated as f^f V" ."Tit'"! 3 w"v" "wiput down nothing at all. Keep-!
her Canal transit, th. engine \^^^J&^^\*m*Jfa_**mon. hop- tote SjnuIUtud^ of^Iet-
T*ng*nC!r \
TW i in' (ratMrt
rxUtmm m. tfcnO.
jmt nb m mi
trleve the anchor and chain. The flrst vice^,resldent
the meeting Wednesday H.;^ ciub ln Mt winners. He
lymond was nominated af|n-edtd a t0ui of five trump
D. Raymond
save a pair. With six of
trump however, put down all six. Your
ship is carrying a load of bana-j^^ John
nas from Guayaquil to New Or--. Culvtrh0UI, wlll Tie for Mcond| a<,uth took
__.i and co. i e .... ..j=m- ^ ^
local agenta.
Seven Manila flaheraen
Reaened fresa Raft
In Shark-Infested Waters
esident HerscheU, tricks, or three low trumps in ad-partner can complete the canas-
Morales and E. P. djiton to the ace and king. (u If he has the seventh. If you
'""""""r" i"" the ace of clubs, put down only four and youri
,"*", LJl. vice-presidency: and H. C. Egolf^'ruffed a club in dummy, caahedWtoer adds one you will feel
and William N. Taylor were no-the king of hearts, and ruffed a'^ry foolish if the right-hand
minated for third vice-praaldent.inwBrt ln his own hand. Only one [opponent then melds out before)
A. C. Nagy was ^nominated, more low trump was needed, so yOU can complete the canasta,
for secretary-treasurer. No- declarer led another club mn,t _ _
minatlons for 8ergeant-at-srms ruffed with dummy's ace. East Whsr!
MANILA, Nov. 24( UP >8even ere A s oldershaw, Robert
fishermen who spent two days
and nlghto on a life raft in
H. McCoy and Richard W. Coy.
Earl Trout was renomlnated for
ahark-mfested waters after gales -y^,
and typhoons upset their boat If Trustees (seven are to be
the Marinduque Island about 100 ,iectwj>: Kenneth Booth. Jack
miles southentt of Manila, were DeGrummond. C. W. Chase,
brought here early today. loUu Polettl, M. H. Davis. Frank
Survivors, two of whom were Hohmann, John Wright, William
bitten by sharks before they were tf. Taylor. John Morales. Robert
rescued by the S.S. Lukban. were H. McCoy. Mrs. MUdrea, Kopf.
token to the Philippine General r. h Hicks. Mrs. L. Hankins
Hospital for treatment. and Benjamin chlshoim.
They said that four crewmen At the meeting the sponsor-
were missing and one man. whose hip of the Canal Zone's Little
body was brought here, had died League Teem for 1U was ap-
from shark bites and exhaustion, proved.
"Highly Dangerous" Barge
Retrieved by Tugboat
CANTON, N. Y. (UF.i Ath-!
MOBILE, Alabar*, Nov 24 iUP s at St. Lawrence University
diecarded hla last heart on this
Declarer now led another heart
from dummy towards his 10-3 of
triynp East had to ruff with the
Jack to shut South out. Having
done so. however, there was no
way for him to prevent the ten of
?rumps from winning declarer's
vital tenth trick.
Skin Sores
sU s>*t nek, Aifci> rt (suma-p
O'Brien Lynn Hodiak
MOBILE Alabara. Nov 24 i UP s at St. Lawrence University *orai>t m t*im ut*tatmnm sin
-Two tugboats chugged to a sptr :e good in the clwaidon. UjtegZ&JIttm\X&2S'
In the Gulf of Mexico about M u:ey had higher scholastic aver- fnr akin on. cImt, mum i-
miles below Mobile Bav todav to im* during the term than the! jry"a:ft.^\**f^.ny.>esr>>
retrieve a "hlghlv dirr I .j. 1 bedv of men at the college VL\X-*&?* f*m
barge loaded with high-test gas- -73.5*3 compared to 73.4*0.
(wetnwy i
~-* Shews)
Rohcrt M1TCHUM Jn. BUBaSlX
f/Aorgarito 6.75 t:U Cristobal 6:15 8:11
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Bowl Bids, Unbeaten Teams Feature Games Toda
Tangerine Bowl Officials
To Stage New Year's Night
Game Despite NCAA Ruling
ORLANDO. Fla., Nov. 24 (UP)
Tangerine Bowl officials plan-
ned yesterday to stage their an-,
nual football game New Year's
night despite a ban by the Na-j
m tlonal Collegiate Association.
The NCAA has refused to allow'
. member schools to play In the
.. Tangerine Bowl as long as It fails'
.. to meet the new ruling that Bowl
teams must be paid 75 per cent
. of the gate receipts.
To pay that much said Ed Ma-1
yo, co-chairman of the Tnger-'
Ine committee, would ruin the ef-
fectiveness of the game as a cha-
rity enterprise. The Tangerine
Bowl games have raised $32.000
for the Harry Anna home for
crippled children at nearby Um-
atllla In the six years that they
have been played.
"There wouldn't be much left
after the 12 V2 per cent rental fee
goes to the city and 75 per cent to
the teams,-' Mayo said.
The Tangerine Bowl seats
Bucknell turned down a bid to
-lie game, presumably because of
the NCAA ruling. Still under
consideration are North Texas
State, Stetson. Susquehanna,
Valparaiso, Western Maryland,
Northern Illinois State, Blooms-
burg, Pa., and Emporla, Kans.
St Louis Cardinals Fire
Marty Marion As Manager
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 24 (UP> It Marion says his release came
was a tough day for the Marlon as a surprise,
brothers of baseball. "Mr. Saigh Is the boss," says
The St. Louis Cardinals hand- Marty, "and he didn't feel I was still need additional help
ed Manager Marty Marlon hlsjthe man for the Job." I ______________________
walking papers at the same time Marty smiled at the coinciden-;
Assembly To Decide
Monday If Panam
Goes To Bol. Games
The directors of the Panam
National Olympic Committee
Thursday disclosed that they will
wait until Monday to see if the
Panama Assembly approves an
appropriation of $20,000 to de-
fray the expenses of a Panam
team to the Third Bolivarian
Games in Caracas, Venezuela,
. next month.
If the Assembly falls to ap-
prove the sum necessary to send
Panama's team by Monday, the
Olympic Committee will defin-
itely abandon plans to send a
team to Caracas.
The Committee will meet Tues-
day to arrive at a final decision,
because the Games are sched-
uled to begin within ten days and
thus far Panama's status is still
If Panam sends a team, its
members will have to leave by
next Friday and it will be very
difficult to straighten out all the
details for a trip of this nature.
If the Government does not
put up the money, even the base-
ball and soccer teams will not be
able to participate in the games.
The baseball and soccer teams
have already been assured round
trip fares plus board but they will
that Johnny .Marlon was being tal firing pf his brother John. RIIC Rll||H()(K NdfT16
Sports Shorties
The New York Boxing: Commis-
sion has revoked the license of
middleweight Rocky Compltello
for kicking referee Jack Appel at
the Broadway Arena in New York
last Thursday night.
Commission Chairman Bob
Chrlstenberrv says the decision
was unanimous.
"I advise you to get a new
means of livelihood," Christen -
berry told Compltello, "for as
long as I am commissioner you
will never fight in the state of
New York."
Compltello kicked Appel when
the referee stopped the fight in
the third round, disqualified the
middleweight for hitting on the
break and awarded the bout to
Tommy Reece.
Rose Bowl Chairman Slaps
NCAA Post-Season Criticism
The 1951 horse of the year
Counterpointis scheduled to ar-
rive at Santa Anita today with constn Is a two-touchdown (14-
By United Press
NEW YORK, Nov. 24,-Bowl bids, unbeaten
seasons and just plain old tradition will feature to-
day's last big weekend of the 1961 football season.
Stanford, with only the for-
mality of a vote necessary to
make Its Rose Bowl bid official.
Is a one touchdown (six-point)
favorite to beat California. The
unbeaten Indians, pre-season
choice to wind up In the second
division of the Pacific Coast Con-
ference, have scalped nine op-
Unbeaten but once tied Illinois
Is a one-touchdown (10-polnt)
favorite over Northwestern. Wia-
eight stablemates from Lexing-
ton. The Santa Anita meeting
opens Dec. 28.
Welterweights Terry Young of
point) pick over Minnesota. Wis-
consin can claim a Rose Bowl
bid should Illinois lose.
Purdue, with still an outside
chance to win the Big 10 crown
New York and Chico Vejar of if both Illinois and Wisconsin
ousted as pilot of Birmingham m "He did a better job than I
the American Association. I did," said Marty. "I thought I did
The. announcement about Mar- pretty welland most baseball
ty came from Cardinal owner
Fred Salgh. Following a meeting
In 8t. Louis, Salgh told newsmen:
"We are not renewing Mr. Marl-
on's contract. I have no successor
In mind at the present time. I
don't know when I will name the
new man."
Salgh and Marlon refuse to say
on what point they differed, but
it Is known the former Cardinal
men seem to agree."
Johnny Marlon brought Birm-
ingham home In second place
this season. From there the Bar-
ons went on to win the Southern
Association playoffs, then beat
Houston of the Texas League to
capture the Dixie Series.
General Manager Eddie Glen-
non of the Barons says Johnny
Marlon will be replaced by a
shortstop wanted a two-year1 playing manager. Johnny says he
i contract. Saigh has insisted on! will attend the minor league
one-year managerial contracts. I meetings in Columbus, Georgia
Salgh says he will sit down I on December 3 and find out what
, with Marion at a later date andi the Boston Red Sox want him to
discuss the possibility of Marty; do. Birmingham is a Red Sox
taking another job In the Cardl- farm club.
na! organization.
Although the Cardinal owner Elsewhere in baseball, Chicago
says he hasn't decided on a sue-White Sox Genera) Manager
cessor to Marlon, It has been re-; Frank Lane says no deal has been
ported he is Interested In second! made to trade outfielder Jim Ri-
PIGGY-BACKTemple's Roger White appears resigned to go
along for the ride as Roger Franz of Fordham picks him up and
f\ i m I ?ar's "rn back toward the direction he was coming. White had
All UDDOItfinl IfifUll I cau?,nt,a.paSS a"d reeled off 15 yards before the Ram quarter-
Mil V|f|fVIIVlll I VUlli back nailed hwn. Fordham won. 35-6. in a game played at Phil-
adelphia. (NEA)
baseman Eddie Stanky of the
New Yofk Giants as his next
manager. Stanky was a key man
In the Giants" 1951 pennant-wrn-
vera. The White Sox got Rivera
from Seattle of the Pacific Coast
League last August. There have
been reports Rivera would be
nlng drive, but he admits he's traded to the St. Louis Browns
beginning to slow down. for catcher Sherm Lollar.
Marion brought the Cardinals | And, former Cincinnati first
home third in his freshman year, baseman Frank McCormick has
as manager despite a chain of signed with the Reds as a scout,
illness and injuries. At one time At the same time the Reds drop-
practically the entire Cardinal! ped three other scoutsPat Pat-
iirst-strlng team was sidelined terson, Frank O'Rourke and
with influenza. Dutch Lohrbeer.
You Cant Beat This...,
Canal Zone
Special" SEDANS
* $815.00 Down Trade-ins Accepted
On Automobile Row
Having just completed a foot-
ball season that saw them as co-
champions of the Canal Zone In-
terscholastlc Football League,
play a total of eight games in-
cluding the Jamboree, make his-
tory by being the first Canal
Zone school team to fly to the
United States for athletic com-
petition, score 105 points to their
opponents' 59, and run up the
greatest total offense in the his-
tory of football In the Canal
Zone, the Bulldogs of Balboa
High School took it easy the oth-
er day and selected their 1951
All-Opponent team.
Two of the 11 boys selected were
also on the team of last year.
Wally Trout, and Burnice Her-
ring made It this year as mem-
bers of the Working Boys team,
and they both made it last year
as members of the. Junior College
team. Along with Trout and Her-
ring, there were three other
Black Knights chosen, as they
dominated the selections. Cristo-
bal, Junior College, and Miami-
Jackson each placed two boys.
It is interesting to note that
one of the Mlaml-Jackson boys
who made the team last year,
was not selected this year. That
was Gene Arcamante, gigantic
General tackle. Joe Brodsky

Gun Club Nvtes
On Saturday, Nov. 17, 21 shoot-son. Sr., hit 253 to rack up high
ers turned out for the surprise score for the losing Senior team,
skeet shoot held In honor of Cap- The scores:
tain George M. Watrous who is
scheduled to return to the States
soon. We are very sorry to lose
Captain Watrous, an enthustas-l
tic shooter and a good sport. The Jim Schelbeler 99
captain, a topnotch shooter, has L, Constantlne 97
always been a cheerful volunteer! John Hatgl 99
ready to devote his time and ef- J. Fahnestock 97
forts in promoting the shoots and
Prone Sit Stand Ttl.
94 90 283
Stanford, Connecticut have sign-
ed for a Dec. 5 bout In Cleveland.
Two other 10-roundersare on the
annual Christmas Toyshop Fund
card. Welterweights Gene Hair-
ston of New York and Charlie
Zlvic.of Pittsburgh meet In one,
and light heavyweights Harry
Matthews of Seattle and Danny
Nardlco of Tampa square off in
the other.
all his gun club friends wish him
the best of luck on the skeet and
trap ranges in the States.
The program featured a team
shoot at the Balboa Gun Club
with the Army, Air Force, and
the Balboa boys competing^
When all the scores were com-
piled, the results were: Balboa
sharpshooters, 362x375; Air Force
experts, 341x375; and Army team,
322x375. Eight 25 straights were
recorded in this shoot, an Im-
provement over previous events.
Lyman Jackson and Charlie
Dlsharoon were fighting to gain
however, who was given the full- top honorsJackson let his 73rd
back berth without question, was bird fly away unharmed while
figured as the best back the Bull- Charlie kept right on breaking
dogs have faced in their three them without a mtas to win a
Team Total
Prone Sit Stand Ttl.
Noel Gibson 85 97 61 253
F. Anderson 96 93
Roy Perkins 94 87
Wendy Cotton 95 87
43 282
47 228
18 200
Team Total
S|iorls Bnets
SOUTH BEND, Ind. Coach
Frank Leahy of Notre Dame Is
Indiana in a game
oddsmakers rate a
vein of football. Brodsky was'perfect score. And before we go expetedto have Vm3 of hto reg-|
the Jackson offensive fuilback|Into the scores listed Mtow. we " back If' ^tion for today s
this year, and defensive fullback want to announce that we have gune, wren wwa. une
ust received a note from. Scott er ugh Burns says half -
i last year.
In the forward wall, Paul Whit-
lock, Cristobal captain and guard
was similarly honored as being
one of the top lineman over the
three-year period. Alan Rodberg,
225 pounds of tackle from Jack-
son, also figured high on this
The complete team follows:
EndsBurnjce Herring (WB),
AliMcKeown (JO; tackles: Alan
Rodberg (MJ), Lou Malla (WB);
guards: Paul Whltlock (CHS)
Jack Alexaltis (JC); center: Jim
Fraser (WB); quarterback: Ar-
nold Manning (CHS): halfbacks:
Louie Dedeaux (WB), Wall
Trout (WB); fullback: Joe Brod-
sky (MJ).
Irvln Boyd, Carman, Illinois, in-
forming us of his arrival on No-
vember 1st in one little bundle
back John Petitbon and tackle
Fred Poehler are expected to
be ready for the game. Petitbon
weitrhtn* 7 Dounds and four missed last week's tilt against
X&s^X^tre Mr. ^th Carolina $***

I'm' HAPPY the Humbug"...
and tm looking for my parents !

I have a long neck like a giraffe
the back of a turtle....
my feet are like the bull's
and a tail like a monkey!
and every day ...at 6 P.M.
over Radio Station HOG
and Mrs. Thomas Boyd.
Individual Scores for the 75-Bird
Skeet Shoot
"Charlie" Dlsharoon.... 75
Lyman Jackson...... 74
Captain Cummlngs .... 72
Raymond Norton..... 72
Tom Fogarty........ 71
Eddie Francis........ 70
T. J. Tassln........ 70
Major Sanslng........ 70
Captain Gorder...... 68
Sgt. Gramley........ 68
Cpl. Taylor.......... 68
Joe Kueter.......... 67
Major Maftln .. .'..... 66
Sgt. Remington...... 65
Sgt. Carter.......... 65
Captain Watrous...... 64
Captain Cadwell...... 63
Colonel Coeman...... 62
Lt. Foster.......... 62
B.Keller............ 61
Colonel Marsh........ 59
The Cristobal Junior Rifle
team started the league season
rolling with a victory over the
Cristobal Seniors last week end
on the Atlantic side. The Juniors
rolled up a neat early season
score of 1105 In winning, and
served notice that they are tak-
ing up Just where they left off
last season. They were the hot-
test thing in the league as they
closed with a rush to cop second
In losing, the Seniors fired 913,
an Improvement over last year's
average. They should also be
strengthened by the addition of
Jack "Peep-sight" O'Connell, who
recently moved to the Atlantic
side. The Juniors are strong in
reserves, as they had 14 shooters
on the line and many excellent
scores were fired.
Top scorer for the Juniors and
high gun for the match was Jim
Schelbeler with 283, closely fol-
lowed by his teammate Leo Con-
stantlne who had 279. Noel Gib-
ST. LOUIS. Officials of the
Missouri Valley Conference have
ruled th&t the league has no au-
thority to take disciplinary ac-
tion against a player. The ruling
came when the officials decided
to close the case of Johnny
Bright, star Drake halfback who
suffered a broken Jaw In a game
last month with Oklahoma A. 8c
M. Drake officials had charged
that an Aggie player deliberately
Injured Bright.
Help Yoir Piles
rjon't suffar from painful, Itching
Pll.a another hour without trying
Chinsrald. Upon application Chinara
tan. curbing PIU mlaarlaa 1 ways: L
Rasts pain and Itching. 1. H.lpa shrink
or., awoll.n tissues, t. Helps Datara
ami trrltatad membranas and allay Flat
DruastM M
Netrouaness. Ask
Chinareis today.
_ DarreTJ Crawford
BIG REDBiggest gun in the
Cornell backfleld is versatile
Bill Whelan. who led the It-
haca squad to Its 20-7 upset of
Michigan and was expected to
carry the momentum into the
Pennsylvania clash at Franklin
Field, Nov. 24 (NEA).
lose, plays
New York
Unbeaten Tennessee, the num-
ber one team In the United Press
poll, might have trouble with
Kentucky and the Wildcats pass-
ing quarterback Babe Parllll.
Tennessee Is a one-touchdown
(seven-point) favorite in this
battle between Bowl-bound
teams. Tennessee has accepted a
Sugar Bowl bid and Kentucky
will play In the Cotton Bowl.
The four other major unbeaten
teams to see action today are fa-
vored. Princeton Is a three-
touchdown (20-polnt) favorite
over Dartmouth. Maryland,
which Is to meet Tennessee in
the Sugar Bowl, is rated seven
touchdowns (40 points) better
than West Virginia. Michigan
State Is a three-touchdown (20-
polnt i favorite over Colorado and
San Francisco is favored by two'
touchdowns (12 points) over Lo-
yola of California.
Oklahoma can wrap up its
sixth straight Big Seven Confer-
ence title with a win over Neb-
raska, and the Sooner are favor-
ed to do lt by three touchdowns
(21 points).
The chairman of the Rose Bowl
football committee has taken a
slap at the NCAA's criticism of
post-season games. >
Lathrop Lelshman denies that
post-season games have caused I
unfair pressure on collegiate
football teams.
"The Rose Bowl," says lelsh-
man, "existed before present
conditions were ever born."
Lelshman points out that all
major Bowl games are controlled
by the NCAA. He says the NCAA
tried the sanity code and had to
give lt up. Also that it tried to I
ban television and may be forc-
ed to drop that Idea also.
"It looks to me." says Lelsh-
man, "that the NCAA Is trying to)
cure the mange by killing the
dog.'' ______
A threat of gambling has aris-
en in the ranks of the gambling
investigating Senate committest j
but it's on a friendly basis.
Senator Herbert O Conor of
Maryland offered to bet Senator
Este Kefauver of Tennessee a
barrel of Chesapeake Bay oysters
against a coonkin cap on tha
outcome of the Jan. 1 Sugar Bowl
football game. .
O'Conor. who succeeded Kef- j
auver a chairman of the Senate
committee during the closing
days of the investigations, admita
such a wager would bo against
the principles of the group.
"But," says O'Conor, "I feel _
strongly about the superiority of
Maryland that I think a small
and friendly wager might be per-
O'Conor says if what he calls
"the inconceivable" happens and
Maryland loses he will send aj
barrel of oysters to Kefauver.
"I think,'' adds the Maryland
Senator, "A Tennessee coonskln
cap would be acceptable forfeit
If the Volunteers should lose."
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Cyclonic Turner Is Reported Ready For Gaviln After One More Fight
Maybe John Herts cot the Idem from I" Oawoehar L? mV
murely told newimen. Oh. you don't MJ *g* fiSMS
All I did was manage. The boys won t. Write*bout^hem. He
was talkinj about the eome-from-behlnd Giants who had Just
beaten the Dodgers in the playoff. _,__:. nf fh.
Apprised that Counterpoint had been named Horse of the
Year and Kits Me Kate, 3-year-old Filly of the Year, both sired
by his treat stallion. Count Fleet. Mr. Herts aid-
^Well, of course all I did was breed Count Fleet.
As an example of self-effacement, this is probably more valid
and apSropriaTthan the one cited abovelMAM.horsesl no
matter how worthy their achievements or abundant their vanity,
do nrt makeVcwtom of taking bows in public it becomes nee-
coary to focus the spotlight on Mr. Herts hlniself.
ZimtttSlv the aentleraan had no more than a reserved, aca-
ssisfflid 'intheamours which produced rhls year's cham-
bona^ Kd conceding further he would have looked foolish in
Rito running in the Belmont Stakes with jockey Oorman astride
hUhlne the fact remains that he was in eharge of the Lonely
HeartFciub.whichbrought about the happy equine romances
OniiFleetcontributions did not end with the 3-year-old
fUlv and horse of the year honors. He aso sired Count Turf
Smner of the Kentucky Derby. I cant recall when a sire has had
, miny different champions' in one year TOual y one standout
weeps the boards. This year it ma three, two colta and a filly.
Best you can say for breeding is that If; net an f"ct science.
"Breed the best to the best and hope for the best." is the pop-
ular formula Mr Hertz is a diligent student of blood lines and
having e~popular sire In Count Fleet he accepts only mares which
oSlle to make his carefully thought-out theories successful.
P iSk what"part"he had in the matlngs of Counterpoint and
KIM Me Kate 1 don't how. but since he is meticulous and in
futent in these matters the chances are It n"Xhf
fror every mare he accepts, he rejects scores. I de know that he
a, e,on7ethlnge in, the pedigree of f**^j\#JBS"^
which was obviously persuasive. Delmarle had beaten nothing.
Yet she got Count Turf.
Count Fleet's stock is Just beginning to take on jdUUnetlon.
nin tn this vear his youngsters had won few notable takes. In
money e.mVgaMan't^Xi 165.190. was the leader (TWa yir
Count Turf picked up $98.050 for winning the Derby ) The Count
.to itUl a youngster, as sires bo, only 11 years old. and may have
10 nNt5 an gVeWaS? h^r'se have been able to recreate in kind.
Some tura out to be quite mil&^2jE&JaR
turing the greatness of thoroughbreds their recreative quality is
ft SS&$i?& gffiStfBjB eCvher-Sn.et
iasfer At 3 he "as unbeaten In six starts, winning by from
three to 30 lengths. ?
The Count may have been as good as the beat ?"He "*y
van have been the beat ever. There's no way to be rani About
these things. Johnny Longden is the only boy who ever rod*Mm,
W works and in races. an3 Longden told me he never-oncei letthe
Count have his head as a 3-year-old, wMcb i> to say he never
asked him for maximum speed. , ___,^..__\
-We were always so farln front it waann neeMj. Xf*Jng\
back, I wish 1 had. Just to see how faat he really could bar
SMi)on Va!J!erorrwas the'twlner. he Mee* ajprae Je'd bet
reafgoon. Naturally, he had ample reason to think well of the
CeuaS^He ISepped him at Hot Springs fot. the W Dsrtoy. *n
those days JFfeflow could always get a bet down at the comely
Arkansas Spa. Cameron tried to get 5 to 1 the Count would go
through the year unbeaten. I think he agreed to start him five
timesTtoo. It may be I havent the details exactly right, to any
caae the booklea wanted no part of Cameron or the Count.
it's an old story that at least two trainers, who supposedly
know their, horses, Foxle Maxie Hlrsch and Sammy Smith, want-
ed no part of the Count, either. This was when he was a year-
ling They could have had him for W00. "Ain't worth it," they
drugged and walked away.. .from a million dollars.
Philly Welter
More Exciting
Each Time Out
NEA Special Correspondent
(NEA) Is anybody ever going
to beat Oil Turner?
Watching the exciting young
welterweight work on Bernard
Docusen In Philadelphia's con-
vention Hall, you'd have to an-
swer no.
They keep feeding the one-
time Wilmington, Del., Blue Hen
Arena amateur ace tough ones,
and he keeps on ejoylng them.
He looks better each time, in
fact. Charley Fusari.' Ike Wil-
liams and now Docusen, able and
classy operator from New Or-
r ;. wn a|| j,t a jew
fights and once went 15 rounds
.. .. ...... ii,ay Kooinson.
IMPORTANT SPLIT SECONDMurray Levin shows la the 6rst photograph that the thumb should
come out of the ball before a* Angers. la the second photo, the ball is caught in midair as Levin
slides to the foal line. In the third picture, the ball Is making contact with the alloy as the New
Tort bowler continue* his ilide. The clenched Act to the tipos* that ho was applying strong preoaure
to the bill at the releas*. (NEA)
Vols, Tech, Kentucky Dominate
United Press All-SEC Eleven

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KM Gaviln
The streak now to at 25.
The Philadelphia contender Is
about ready for Kid Cavilan. We
say about ready because we be-
lieve the boy needs at least one
more good scrap before he goes
after the champion.
Gaviln right now may be a
little too cute for the youngster.
Turner gives you battle fatigue
Just watching him. He knows
little else save punch, punch,
punch from the moment he leaps
from the stool until the man in
front of him caves.
Turner doesn't actually knock
you out. He wears you out, with
that endless hurricane. Don't get
the Idea he's Just a head-down,
wild-eyed thrower. Hto batting
average Is plenty high.
They say he cant hit too hard.
n -the Docusen fight, we couldn't
dde if it was a case of Docu-
s aWllry te/take R or Tomer's
of a game-ending wallop,
but no one to around to announce
that he cannot hurt you.
And what's the difference
whether he stops you with one
fiunch or a thousand? Takes a
Ittle more time, maybe, but he
geta there Just the same.
Gaviln may be able to handle
this frenzied youth.
The Cuban, with his experience
and ability to punch all night
with both gloves, seems to be the
only one in the house who may
have the answer. And there's t
strong accent on that "may."
Turner is goodreal good.
There are those who say he
could fight Oavllan tomorrow
nleht and become champion.
But we believe he'd be wise to
take on somebody like Billy Gra-
ham or Chico vejar next and
then grab the big one with the
titleholder, who at the lS-round
championship distance would be
considered cute enough to allow
Turner to wear himself out with
that furious early pace.
Turner to easily the most spec-
tacular fighter around, and that
includes Graslano, Robinson and
He's a big meal ticket for Her-
man Taylor of Philadelphia.
The Joint goes wild when he's
in action. Everybody geta hto
money's worth.
That first round with Docusen
was one of the greatest we ever
saw. Almost before the wiry Fil-
ipino knew what was going on.
he was being punched around the
ringrights, lefts, Jabs, hooks,
crosses, even three of those cor-
ny boloes. Docusen soon regained
his poise, however, and for the
rest of the round there were en-
ough shots fired on both sides to
sink a cruiser.
It was Docusen who told the
referee he had enough while in
the corner after the sixth round.
' *-fi be*n another unbelievably
swift and hard round In the fifth,
,oiws away all the way.
In the sixth Docusen's eyes
were puffing and he was getting
slammed fearfully about the
head. Nobody complained when
he surrendered. It was almost a

frc.i 3 to ". .;.
The Boston Bar
United Press Sports Writer
ATLANTA, Nov. 24 (UP)Ten-
nessee's undefeated Volunteers,
rated as the nation's best team,
6laced three atars on the 1951
nlted Press All-Southeastern
conference team, but Georgia
Tech and Kentucky each did as
The three Dixie powers, all
bound for a major Bowl game,
grabbed nine of the 11 first team
spots and accounted for IS of the
top 33 players in the conference.
Tennessee, headed for the
Sugar Bowl in New Orleans,
furnished back Hank Lauricel-
la, guard Ted Daffer and tickle
Bill (Pur) Pearman,
Georgia Tech, also unbeaten
but tied by Duke, landed guard
Ray Beck, tackle Lamar Wheat
and back Darrel Crawford. The
engineers, who lead the loop with
six victories, will play in Miami's
Orange Bowl game.
Kentucky's resurgent Wildcats,
who got an Invitation from the
Cotton Bowl despite three early
season losses, placed sophomore
Store Meillnger at end, Doug
Moseley at center and Vito
(Babe) Parllll in the backfield.
Vanderbllt's sensational pass-
N.A.U. To Be Asked
To Rule On 189 New
Athletic Records
NEW YORK, Nov. 24. (UP.)
The National Athletic Union
will be asked to rule on 189 track,
field, swimming and weight-lift-
ing records when it opens its
meetings In Daytona Beach. Flo-
rida November 29th.
Six of the marks all by Yale
swimmers already have been
accepted as world records
John Marshall, the freestyler
from Australia who attends Yale,
set three of them. They are four-
28-one for the 440-yard free-
style four-28-nme for the 400
meters and flve-43-seven for 500
meters. The Yale relay team
world records are three-21-slx
for 400 yards, three-47-nine for
400-meters and seven-40-slx for
00 yards.
snigger, Ben Roderock, was
awarded the other end post and
Alabama's 60-mlnute man, Bobby
Marlow. rounded out the back-
Laurlcella, Tennessee's triple
threat tailback, waa the only
unanimous selection on the
team and automatically be-
came captain. However, the
Tennessee back barely edged
Pariili, who missed only one
first team baUot.
The All-Conference team, se-
lected by United Press sports
writers, has eight seniors, two
Juniors, Roderick and Marlow,
and one sophomore, Kentucky's
The first team line averages an
even 200 pounds from end to end
with the backfield coming In at
183. Two quarterbacks, Parllll and
Crawford, made the same back-
field, but the Kentucky T-form-
atlon magician pulled down the
most votes.
Pariili and Laurlcella were the
only two players who came close
to getting all the first team bal-
lots, but the center of the line
Pearman, Daffer, Moseley, Beck
and Wheatwas hardly in ques-
Kentucky's Meillnger barely
tqueeced past Alabama's Red
Luts, a senior, at end and
Crawford Just edged Vander-
bilt's Bill Wade for the fourth
backfield slot.
Tennessee's fullback, Andy Ro-
zar, and quarterback, Bert Reehi-
char plus Georgia Tech's Leon
Hardeman rounded out the sec-
ond team backfield.___________
The No. 2 line had Lutz and
Georgia Tech's Buck Martin at
ends. Vanderbllt's Bob Werckle
and Florida's Charles LaPradd at
tackles, Sir Fournet and Auburn's
Foots Bauer at guards with Ten-
nessee's Gordon Polofsky at cen-
The first team:
tBra Baaterick. VudarhUt It* Jr.
EBill M.lli.f.r, Kaatucky SIO Srafc
TPuf Paarman, Ttnn. 200 Sr.
T-Uaw Wh..t, Ga. T.ch 200 So.
GT" Daffar. T.nn.i... Its St.
GBar Bach, Caarfta Ttai SIO Sr.
CDouf Motalar, Kaatucltr BOO Sr.
BHuk Lauricalla, TaBa. IS* Sr
BVito (Baba) Pariili, Ky. 1SS Sr.
BBobby Marlow, Alabara. 108 Jr.
BDr. Cr.wlord, C. Tach 1TO Sr.
back Hugh McElhenny kicked
nine extra points in a row in
Washington's 6S-8 romp over
Units Have First Team Running
Against Third For Big Scores
NEA Sports Editor
A star New England high
school halfback was lassoed by
a southern college.
Hto old coach heard nothing of
the lad as a sophomore, and when
he returned home for the holi-
days asked him why.
"I made the mistakes of mak-
ing some tackles," explained the
youngster, "but it won't happen
"You'll hear of me next Fall,
when I'll be on the offensive
The coach did.
The young man, you see, just
quit making tackles.
That, my friends, is what the
platoons have brought college
football to.
Two years ago, Arthur Samp-
son, the longtime college coach.
In a slick magazine piece pre-
dicted that the unit idea would
kill the intercollegiate game In
five years.
Well, the group scheme cer-
tainly hasn't done It any good.
Platoon football hasn't one
good point, despite the argu-
ments of its coaching defenders.
Wholesale substitution is bad
for the boy.
It definitely has no place in
the education program.
Football long made a man of
the boy. It taught him coopera-
tion, self sacrifice, made him
overcome his weaknesses until he
was an all-round player for the
good of the team.
Football now encourages the
athlete to be deceitful and sel-
in these days of specialization,
the combatant does only what
Octogenarian Sees
250th Home Game
At State College
BTATE COLLKOB, Pa., Nov. 24.
(NEA) J. Laird Holmes. 83,
Is Penn State's number-one foot-
ball partisan, has been for 85
Holmes haan't missed a home
game since the tehool started
playing In 1887. When Syracuse
met the Nlttany Lions here. It
was the 260th home contest the
erstwhile state legislator and
Penn State burgess attended.
He has watched the home el-
even pUe up 211 victories and
11 ties.
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he wants to de. If he doeattt M*a
to tackle, he doesn't bother to,
and plays on the offense. If Bo
doesn't care about blocking, he
knows he'll get to play on the
There to no team unity, goal,
incentive or desire.
The bloke kicking points after
touchdown wins a letter the
same as the 60-mlnute man of
pre-platoon thought.
What platoon football In the
colleges simmers down to to the
first team attacking the third
team, which accounts for the big
scores. In most cases, the attack-
ing team is the first team, which
is backed up by the second team.
That leaves the fourtA-stringer
to support the third-team de-
So the coach with 80 man fat-
ally beau the one with 40. sOme-
thlng like 48-36, without provid-
ing a thing.
A coach of one of the mije*
schools traced the greater num-
ber of injuries to lack of condi-
tion. The reason for this to that
players, who know they are) go-
ing to be used only part time.
don't work as hard as those who
prepared to go all the way.
The thing works both way*.
Linemen prefer the defense.
A superior running guard at
Princeton last Autumn toot in-
terest and quit because he waa
being employed in only the one
direction. Opponents were ever-
lastingly whacking him. He long-
ed to be where he could whaek
No one Is satisfied with platoon
football, least of all the spectat-
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More Bloodshed
As Bullets Fly
In Suez CZ
CAIRO. Nov. 24 'UPi Four
Egvptians were killed and a
filth wounded yesterday in a
fun battle Inside Port Said
dockyard, according to a spokes-
Irian at British military head-
Barters in the Suez Canal
one. "
The spokesman said the
Egvptians were trying to cut
through the wire round the Bri-
tish-occupied area.
He said that when surprised
bv British soldiers the Egypt-
ians Jumped Into the water and
tried to escape.
-mm*,, ma*

Panama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe** Abraham Lincoln.
Russians Shot Down UN Plane
Over Open Water Ridgway
PARIS. Nov. 24 Unlted States charged here to- eral Trygve Lie for the informa-
The soldier-! called on them dav that a United Nations tlon of the Security Council,
te^tur^ and openeo fire when other plane missing since The Security Council estab-
3m Egptians refused. Nov. 6 was probably
'n another incident a British by Russian fighters
Oldier was stabbed in the arm warning while over
just inside the Port Said dock ti0/?*V*a"n. QnP.mp rjmtml7 mOamf report did not ask otVned'rela'uves'^f' thrcrew-Oromyko did not say whe^er
attacked lished the United Nations com-'
without mand in Korea shortly after the
interna- outbreak of hostilities there last
about 100 miles north of the
North Korean border. It is
the terminas of the original
trans-Siborian railroad and is
strictly out-of-bounds lor
American planes.
The Navy said no survivors
flew over Vladivostok in viola-
tion of internatlonol law.
Gromyko said Soviet planes fol-
lowed the American craft and
fired at it as It disappeared to-
ward the sea.
:of Its plane had been found and! As far as could be earned,
tra'flc was halted for the night
Anglo-Egyptian relations were
further strained today when the
the general congress of the
Egyptian Chamber of Commerce
decided to boycott, all British
goods, trade, companies and
men that they are "missing.
There was speculation that
the incident night be connect-
ed with a cryptic Moscow
announcement yesterday that
two Soviet naval filers had
been given the Order of the
Red Banner for "exemplary
fulfillment of their official
. h thr. F Start*? without warrne mnder in the Korea. Gen. than any action be taken.
" nrtn nenke nut ata In M'ttlww Ridgway. told the! The United States delegation
r.r,"! it %ht th.n m United Nation? Security Coun-;to the United Nations custo-
Ismal.ia last night when a ma- message today that marlly serves as an Intermediary
SuSPLih.^ S vrtirl <' svi fighter8 planes at-1 between the- Security Council
British military police vehicle k h mlssing plane more and the United Nations corn-
There were no casualties but h 2Q mJles outslde Ru8slan mand under Ridgway.
territory The United States Navy an-
Ridgway's report blasted a nounced the loss of the
formal Russian protest to the Neptune in Washington yester-
United States tbat the plane
flew over the Russian naval
base at Vladivostok.
The Russian protest was made
in a note handed by Soviet De
puty Foreign Minister Andrei A
The congress urged traders Gromyko to United 8tates|sea.
not to import any commodities charge d'affaires Hugh Cum- The Soviets charged the U. S.
from Britain, and said Egypt mlng Jr at Moscow Nov. 7, the! aircraft violated international notes over the incident.
oauld make up for the shortage day after the plane disappear- law by flying over the city. In his conference with Cum-
the Soviet fighters hit the U. 8.
Following are the crewmen of
the missing Neptune:
Lt. (jg) Judd Clarence Hodg-
ton; Lt. (jg.) Sam Rosenfeld;
Ens. Donald Allen Smith;
Aviation machinist's mate Paul
CLOUD WATCHERS Military observers wat ch the sixth blast In the Atomic Energy Com-
mission's current experiments at its proving grounds. Frenchman's Flat, Nev. The ABC said
the latest A-bomb was set off to study Its eft ect on weapons. Observers said it appeared to
be a surface explosion.
day in response to questions af-
d*ty" ,,,.,,, -'Rlley Foster; Aviation ordnance
Several Soviet fliers received man Samuel Reuben Baggett'
tf informed sources said Rus- a similar award last year after Aviation electronics man Paul
sla and notified the United an unarmed U. S. Navy plane Q Avlation machinists
e States that Soviet fighters fired disappeared over the Baltic Sea TacKiivelv Aviation tech-
- i upon an American plane at Via-Ion April 8, 1950. Fragments of .,.,. wtniam s Mever- Avia-
L|dlvostok and chased lt out to'the plane were found later andj "on electronteiaii William S.
the United* States and Russia
Meyer; Aviation
exchanged a series of angry i technician Erwin
of British goods by local ma- ed.
rrrfmCothiIr'r01m?rty lmp0nS * reported to the Se-
,n ?'h fK. purity Council today that an
congress also urged the tot^n 8earch for the missing
5* ^jPSflS plane a unlt*d 8tates Navy
tor a r 111 s n Lockheed Neptune patrol bom-
ber had proved fruitless.
Ridgway's report said the
Neptune's intended course did
not approach closer than 40
miles to Russian territory, and
that the erew had been
thoroughly briefed not to ap-
Vladlvostok, a big Soviet
seaport and military base, is
wun turn- i wifffr Ir
ming. Gromyko was said to have I *** w g
asserted that an American plane
D. Raglln;
Aviation electronics man Ralph
Egyptian press
Hunaary Charges
US Has Welshed
0" Vooeler Deal
iVew Fire Rig Coming Soon
For Panama City's Suburbs
Damaging Sign
Nets $10 Fine
For Teen Ager
An 18-year-old American stu-
dentdiscovered yesterday that
, -rr . -----: he couldn't go around knocking
A fire engine to service the lem of getting a place to house it down street signs without
suburban areas of Panam City and its crew of firemen, Arango taking the consequences.
6roach closer than 20 miles to I is scheduled to arrive here short-' said. I "
ussian territory in any dr- Uy. Panam Fire Chief Ral Ar- The Ministry of Health is will- *or filing to report an accl-
cumstances. ango said yesterday. ing to cede the building which d,nt Ray ciymer of Pedro Ml-
Ridgwav stated: "It can only Bought with monies contribu-, now houses a Sanitary Unit quite Iuri wag (ad 10 in the Bal-
included that an intentional gSgfg, T^lte S S*S2^?5g SSJS^SS^Jf ffi
quipped with a special water to house the Unit. bi2w?i ?!i. J u *^
tank permitting it to dispense Arango added that even if the iUnUT damaged it.
with the use of fire hydrants, if unit's building is made avaUable -,,,. .... ...^,.. ...
necessary. The total cost Is close for a suburban fire station it During the afternoons ses-
A nine-page declaration tional water and furthermore!*0,000. would cost some $25,000 to put-lt g ywtorday a 86-year-old
harded to thJ. United state whni .in miMW of 50 mlltt Arango's announcement was mto shape. Panamanian was charged with
S here AarizVd[titn,^ the RussUn o^toe Pr^P^By .mUd, ctani2F w]lch He belteves, however, that the loitering in the Pacific Club-
long Ust oF Hungarian com*' united^Statfs de^te to the ar0M *?1L0Wl* I,8tJ Tuesday's money could be raised with the house. Bail was set for $10, and
BS handed Ridgway'* report to Jg "ggS^S @3SStt "*" '^ Serno^n^ ^ "P ^^
ploye. :-------------------- ----------1-------------------:-----------------------
The clamor was for a fire sta- i ,. m M' 11 I
"B5!^fl*f*e Investigators Miffed
might have been able to save'
KMTKJm&aw Over Inaccessible Tax Files
the fire earUer.
But with the fire rig nearest ___
to the suburbs located in the!
Hungary charged today that the or planned approach to the
United 8tates has failed to meet Russian coast was not made,
the conditions it agreed upon and that the plane was inter-
Tor th# release of United States cepted and attacked without
buiinessman Robert Vogeler. warning while over intema-
The 3.000-word document f*|_l_-_- |,,..||
Charged tha- the United States UlHIieSe J6SUII
t""' returned onlv an Inslgnlfl-!
tant part of the Narl-seized fiscal |H DJeAM
Hungarian eoods which it pro- UtQQ 111 rilbOll
mised to return from Germany
In Shanghai
phone and Telegraph Company
official, were released.
years ,m- HONGKONG Nov 24 ftV- ^ua^paaTeV s" was Impos!:
Hungarian A Chinese Jesuit priest. Father gjgjj
charges of Chang (Beda Chang died in a; When the new fire engme ar- terday their inquiry will be, "bad- fired Caudle last week.
Sentenced to 15
prisonment bv a
Peoples' Court" on _
epionage. Vogeler was set free Communist
last April after serving more hai Nov. 11.
than a year in Hungarian jails. Sunday Examiner,
WASHINGTON, Nov. 24 (UP) gating the "Incompatible" outside
House tax Investigators said yes* activities for which Mr, Truman

Still Being Probed
By Panam Police
The possible motive of yester-
day's murder-suicide in the for-
mer red light district was still
unknown today as District Attor-
ney Francisco Al varado, Jr. post-
Smed the investigation until
The D. A. said the extremely
nervous condition of Chila San-
chez, whose sister, Susana San-
chez, was shot and killed by her
common-law husband, made It
Impossible for her to be question-
ed. She herself was shot In the
right arm.
There was speculation among
the neighbors of the dead couple
that the quarrel started when
the murderer, Manuel Gonzlez,
a Panamanian policeman, learn-
ed that Susana had lost the $200
she "had won" a few days before.
This might have been the $200
which a U.S. soldier charged that
he lost from his pocketbook dur-
ing a visit to the home of the
dead woman.
An investigation into the re-
ported theft was to have gotten
under way yesterday "when the
tragedy occurred.
It Is also believed that Gonz-
lez remorsefully helped Susana
to get up after he shot her, whloh
explains why she was lying fully
on the bed when she was found.
He then apparently put his
service revolver to his ear and
pulled the trigger,
"SUT. HONEST. OFFICER . ."Motorists' alibis that they
"didn't know there Was a red light on that corner" may become
more common if this idea spreads. It's a mobile (or disappear-
ing) traffic light being wheeled into position at a school crossing
by Police Chief Douglas Bowman of New Hartford, N. Y. Tha
light, operated by storage battery, is rolled out for use about three
hours each day.
Paccordlng to'the 1IS there 8tm wlU be the pr0b" ^ handicapped"' I
a Catholic
Hungary Charges
Yugoslavs Wtth.11
Border Violations
Sob Story Doesn't Get
They said that Chang wasiShlgger Xmas Holiday
arrested last August on charges
of opposing the Communist- [ LONDON, Nov. 24 (UP)
Truman backs the Justice De- were entirely proper,
partment in its refusal to turn Subcommittee Chairman Cecil
over confidential tax files. R. King (D., Calif., asked Mr.
A House Ways and Means Sub- Truman more than a week ago to
Committee looking into nation- five the group the department's
| wide tax scandals also reported files.
..BUDAPEST. Nov. 24
ing a "lackey of lmperlalT voday for knocking down
ism. llceman
They also contended that the | He 8aW i haven't been home
for Christmas In five years
sponsored "Church Independ-:Ronaj Johnson, 23, asked the that it expects to have a state- After a telephone conversation
ence movement,'' and was be-Uy^gf^not ^ Kn ^^ ^ jay ment within a few days, giving with the President, King gained
po_ details of a shake-up in the De- the impression the flies would be
' troit office of the Internal Rev- made available,
enue Bureau. It said no top offi-1 But Justice Department offi-
cials are involved. I rials said that Mr. Truman sup-
At the same time, former In- ports their stand that the tax
ternal Revenue Collector James files should not be given to the
P. Flnnegan pleaded innocent in Congressmen because they con-
st. Louis to five counts of an in-, tain confidential Information,
dlctment charging him with including names of Informants,
bribery and other misconduct In [ Attorney General J. Howard
office. His trial was set for March | McGrath has promised to give
3rd. the subcommittee any Informa-
Subcommittee counsel Adrian' tlon they need and to answer all
robust and healthy priest died
a "veritable skeleton" of un-
tmgary today accused Yugosla- diagnosable causes" after spend-
vla of systematically preparing ing three months In a Com-
Kr war in the role of an imper- munist prison.
JkUst hlrellne and accused Yu- Chan* was once one of the
Mlav frontier guards of 111 moit ,amous and influential
fgrder violations within the last Chinese priests in China, and Killing 6 Of 7 Aboard
the Red newspaper. Sin Wen JL
since I've always been In prison
The sentencethree months.
Israeli DC-4 Crashes

The Hungarian Foreign Minis- PtJ^^S^^SSVtS^VS^^^^oi W Dewind 8ald tne Investigator, quertions. But members said this
v disclosed that a note had .. * 5 *.L ITS?1 to._,'up,*? "1 Airline. DC-4 wm g0 ahead Monday with their was not enough.
n %33fte Yugoa,l.nvia*s Pu- 1" %*&*& f^lSKE S s"5?JJ5 ^ publfc_ questioning o/former as-, Dewlnd ied out teatthe
by spreading rumors
Tu- "VJgS'Sa i"""" \rylriK to land at the Zu- g^tant Attorney General T. La- law give* the tax-drafting Ways
aOllav charges"embodied In re- ?*??* T," terect?r 5 the rich airport killing six of its mar Caudle, even if it Is not per-; and lieans Committee access l
iritnotMTndT declarations 8 nt Ignative College in Shang-,seven man Italian crew. mitted to examine the Justice internal Revenue Bureau file.
Sore the United Nations Gen- hai wen ' Comrauntata took The lone survivor was hospl- Department's files. But he made He Mid committee members have
Si As*smhlv irTparls 0Ter the clty- bt not loB8 i-,t*lhd with severe burns he1 tt plain the subcommittee would demonstrated their regard for
terwards the Communists re-suffered when he jumped from! be dissatisfied. secret information.
.the flaming wreckage. The subcommittee is invest-'
-The Hungarian Foreign Minis- ";' "" ? ,'J
tar branded the Yugoslav charg- m0TW Blm
Sas "Hes" and asserted that the
tion's army officers regularly
Jpnetrated Hungarian territory
W> take photographs of various
Urder areas.
De Gaulle Sees
Of French Army
President Strips Tariff Concessions
From US Russian & US Polish Trade
Destroyer Tender
Gets Tangled Up
I At Charleston
(UP)i The destroyer tender
Tidewater was freed today after
vw nnrcT ct. aJ the vessel's tangled anchors had
nSvlaSSSu*^ N Jl*~lmu,krt n,d weMel-from Rag-1ItMtr. five Iron Curtain coun- kept her immobile for 36 hours
?p'Presld*nt Truman order-, sla and Poland. tries last August. A Sixth Naval District spokes-
'Sn.Hr'tU.S.Sre!.ry f-hi) W Truman's directive by letter! The President's order to Sny- mm id the Tidewater had two
^nr^JrVr/r.iL^fLv ) SFI*"*'??*?* tr'?e *h;der d0M not halt trade with anchors out at her berth In the
reciprocal trade agreement with Russia and Poland was forecast Russia and Poland, but merely Cooner River when thev became
gANCY France. New. 24 Russia and Poland effective during the summer when the removes all tariff concessions emaMlfd *"* Mcame
^General Charles de Gaulle January 5. 1962, President, in signing the 1B51. for importations from the two ItSmot. to free the ship yes-
d today that the proposed Joseph Short, Presidential amendment to the Trade Agree-; nations Mr. TrumandidI how- terdaV^aUed^andshe was nulled
Stfopean Army would __mean press secretary, said Mr. Tru- ments Act. said he wouU put ever put : iii.-01?'-.11
either the end of the French man's action will return trade the anti-Communist authorlia- fur importations.
a complete ban on free by tugs today.
"This cuts them
.Jd? aree- Local 900 ^ T GT*
Department, ac-! ments program"""Short told re- Talk Over Cokm Station
provisions of the trade agree-
Mmy. or the reconstruction of relations between this country tlon provided by Congrea. Into
the German Army.
-The general spoke before a
meeting of- his rally of the
Xreneh people's Party.
He said "either the. European
Ptay is the end Of the French
ay or it la a joke
added that it would be the
iment whereby France also directed
would give ap her Army- hlbitlon on the importation of that the step would come ul- Short said hToan" onTiHMm-'
-elv. it to an American vfiuaNef^rs-lncludrng ermine, ^imately when the President rotations would apply u,
and Russia and Poland back to effect.
the high tariff levels of the Id The State
8moot--Hawley tariff act. cording to Short, "will have ad-;porters." "Including
o.ln.s. i-Lv.*^* w.as t*,keo'Sl?on, information on Mr favored nation provision. It puts Harold W. Rerte, second vice
against Czechoslayakla. Bulga- Truman's move later today. trade back to the davs of the president of Local 900 OCEOC-
E**- ""man- Hungary and The-order halting trade con- Smodt-Hawley Tariff Act" iCIO. will deliver a special
Communist China during the cessions for Russia and Poland Itbankaglvlng address Sunday af-
*UThlerVr.,irt-n. aw-. ,- c,n" ?* n. rarBri t0 the two Th President acted under ternoon on the "Sunday Review"
President. Short said, countries in question because authority of the 1961 Trade program conducted by Rex V.
complete pro-:they were notified, in effect. Agreements Act amendments. AjrchlbeOil.
The program goes on the air
furs at 2:46 over the CPR station in
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