The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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


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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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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University of Florida
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ONI WAY $1*0.4$
ROUND TMF $1*4.15
Panam American
"Lei the people know'the truth and the country $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
UN Demands Right To Inspect All Korea
During Armistice, But Reds Reject Idea
C j
Isthmian Firm
Low Bidder
On Townsite
To Push Mixed
Army For Europe
Gillen Studying
RP-US Postal Rates
Isthmian Constructors, Inc. presented the lowest bid
tins morning for the first large contract in ftp PgOBrt
tonal Company's $11,000,000 construction program for
Col. George K. Withers, Engineering ond Construc-
tion director announced that the contract w.ll be award
ed in the near future an evaluation of the bias.
The contra*, will cover cernen, ewer and drata-
ownslte ext-iwlon for
"The Canal Zone postal system |
is unique because while It is out-
side the jurisdiction of the U.S.!
Poet Office Department, it la:
serving In an area under the US
ROME. Nov. 27 (UP) The Jurisdiction," John J. Glllen, as-
United State today called ur- slstant executive director of tne
eanttv upon the North Atlantic Bureau of Transportation of the.
Treaty Organization (NATO) to U.S. Post Of fice Department ob-
give a "big, quick puah" to the served yesterday during his vialt
idea of a European Army, and to Panama,
to speed the day of German re-, "This is the only place In the |
armament. I world where a situation like thia
The European Army ideas caite exits," Oillen remarked,
for a continental army of mixed He anfl JOBn j^ Redding, Ass*.
divlslona of French, Oerman. postmaster General are touring
Italian, Belgian, Dutch and all the capitals of South Amert-
Scandinavian troop. wi*.cathe first time that an. aasls-
This is the only way toU tant postmaster general has per-.
the French will agree to the re-is0naU vUltea Latm America.!
armament of Germany. ...'Their purpose is to check all the!
r the ging, pavemen'. sewer andI drain- Canadian ^o Muur, postol problems of mutual inter-
Sllver hgeT'flre alarm and street light- Lester B^VJ^gg^ eVt that will be discussed at he
;iBsvstns. Jthe NATO council,^announcea forthcoming convention of the
g forthcoming convention
he^strucon of; at United State Secretary o Universal Postal Union next year
Commercial Vehicle
Inspection Starts
Monday At Ancon
** i *v w*.* Th CanaT Company contract after tola morning
^'hav;X.eJSSS,tapart- niTSt'ox CrUnl B' toted!SSta. to Panama and the are certain local problems and
Pacific instruction Cprpo- ^^Sd^lUhi?? twobed- j be done for t detenu 0? ^^C^J^^orra. ^^
meber nations.
,ere wU
r.i Company
tBa Canal C^mf contract eov-
ers alte preparntioriMae >na>M
2 Student Strikers Brutally
Beaten By Non-Strikers in RP
'Panam American'
To PAWA Inaugural
m the act pa
trate, bat
secured De Bans that the enes-
tie* weald be taken Utta en-
Two particular questions
_ being aaked of Latin American
AUlcnatlArC OmiH X officials: With a vie* towards
neWSPaPCll jWIU J presenting them at the conven-
tion next year.
One is the matter of language
interpretation. So far. French
haa been the only recognized lan-
Dr Harmodio Arias, Jr., man- euage of the convention, and all
of El Panama the documenta are in French.
situations that had to be consid-
ered before a definite answer
could be given.
- Otilen expressed, the belle*
that the personal cdntait 'ttoey
are making on tMf trip*'wtl help
promote the "main arteries in
the international lifle of, com-
munication." He-said that "the
, postal system was a means of
are I dissemination of literature and
culture and was one of the main-
stays of the objective we are
looking forward to "peace in
the world."
Gillen, who will John Redding
In Caracas today, are planning
to return to the sutes by hip
from La Guayra, Veneaaela.
He said that the "cooperation
that exista between different or-
PANMUNJOM, Korea, Nov. 27 (UP) The Korea*
truce negotiations were threatened with a new deadlock
here today, though the full truce delegations formally
ratified yesterday s truce line agreement.
The United Nations then demanded the right to
inspect behind the Communist lines as far as the Man
churian border during the armistice, to moke sure thf
Reds do not build a new invasion army.
The Communists rejected this proposal.
The prospect is for long and sure of theirs," a spokesman said
angry arguments on this vital in explanation of the United Na-
question tlona insistence on getting an
"We know our oWn mor a 1 airtight armistice enforcement
standards, but we are not quite agreement.
i The truce negotiators in an at-
tempt to speed up the final arm,
lstlce agreemert. may start at
the same time to discuss the ar-
rangements fur exchanging pris-
oners of war.
Chief United Nations nego-
tiator United SUtes Viee Ad-
miral C. Tomer Joy today ib-
mittrd this seven-point pro-
posal for enforcement of the
The annual Inspection of com- armistice terms:
merclal vehicles which are 11- 1) There shall be a ceasefire
censed In Parama and operated effective within 24 hours of the
In the Canhl Zone will start f.lgnlng of the armistice agree-
Monday inert, and adhered to by all for-
The inspections will be made cea of any type under the con-
st the Motor Transportation Dt-ltral of either side:
vision yards at Ancon and Mount | 2) There shall be established a
Hope from 7 to 11 ajn. and from supervisory, organisation equally
noon to 4 p.m Monday through and jointly manned by both sides
Friday \-or carrying out the terms of the
Commercial vehicle inspections srmistice agreement; I
for vehicles licensed In the Canal! S) There shall be no lncreasjl
Zone have been made since Nov. m the milita: y forces, supplies),
emher l i i I equipment and facilities of either
started October 1 for both Canal 'ervleety functions, shall have
Zone and Panam licensedfree access to *ll parts of Korea
vehicle 'tor itself and for a joint observa-
The date for Inspections was tion team resposible to the arm-
changed this year in a supple- lisuce commissions;
ment to the Highway. Vehicle 6 There shall be a general
and Vehlculai Traffic Laws and withdrawal behind the ceasefire
Regulations. ihna of thel air. ground and sea
Inspections will be made for force, regular and irregular, of
Panam licensed vehicles only if each side; .
the driver ha a 1952 Panama There smil be no armed
license or a receipt showing the forced forces in the demilitariz-
US Jets Down
4 Red Migs;
One Jet Lost
8TH ARMY HQ., Korea, Nov.
27 (UP). United States Jet
fighter pilots shot down four
Communist Jets and lost one of
their own in dogfights over Ko-
rea today.
But ground fighting subsided
along the 14o-mue battleline, al-
ready agreed on as a ceasefire
line should the rest of the ar-
mistice terms be agreed on
within 30 days.
United Nations observers ex-
pect the ground fighting to die
down altogether while the truce
team at Panmunjom try to
complete the armistice terms
before the Dec. 27 deadline.
, But the war will continue un-
abated In' the air and at sea.
There were two dogfights over
North Korea today.
In the first Migs pounced on
United States Shooting Stars
engaged in attacking rail tar-
get*. The Migs shot down one
Shooting SUr. One Mlg was
claimed damaged.
But the Shooting Stars claim-
ed to have destroyed or damag-
ed eight locomotives and 45 rail
During the afternoon 19 Unit-
Two student rtker..were, the "J^^^SS! Sg&SVgn 'awler; United oien cialmsThat the reason for ..
brutally beaten by non-sUiKeM, on tnejsouwBouee ^ correspondent and man- this is merely that 77 years ago, | ganirations depend a good deal
. I aging editor of The Panama the convention began In French, on the early del very of newspa-
i policemen stayed American; and Jose Cajar Eeca- and ha never been changed. He per and magasines.
tt strike .**8eheJS ^Eom the scene of the dl- uT president of _the. Panama ^U propose that French^Span-
ttus morning as greater violence,the street,
continued to mar a high cnoplf
mmistratlon of ^resiaenv ^; | ^^l-ye^ and h amT English be accepted as",A^?t1n PhonT requeU for police Ur- member of the ataff of El Pa-, the official languages next year.
liter of Education
Yn* two students
injured today. Luis
and BalUzar Atzpurua, claimed
they were grabbed from benina
and held wnlle they were bru-
tally pummelled by a group ol
hoodlums-led by antl-strlke stu-
6Tne beating occurred at "H"
nd 18th Streets.
Yesterday, while some 2,000
Canal Zone
phone requeaU
who were ventlon. /
Striking studenU claim the
anU-atrlkers are "Rsmonistas'
supporters of the candidacy
of former Police Chief Jose Ra-
mon, while the strikers are
charged with being "Chiaristaa
followers of the opposition
preatdentUl candidate.
On the other side of 4th ^of
^ffifSA^ol "tS'uS dS! i Ju owev;-Zo-e policeme*
ama America, were among the Every nation hi the world be-
eight local neammen who left longs and sends delegates to the
Tocumen International Airport convention which meets every
for Guatemala t;his morning via-five years. Russia has three
Pan American world Airways, [votes, America. 2
Egypt Enforces
Ban Against.Goods
For British Forces
minute dogfight four Migs were
shot down and one damaged. An
the Sabres returned safely to
United Nations fighter bomb-
ers and light bombers attack-
ed more than 2,000 Communist
vehicles oq North Korean roads
last night, and claimed at lest
least 100 destroyed or damaged
A belated United States Navy
announcement in Tokyo reports
the United 8Utes destroyer 8y-
man was hit by a shell while
duelling with Communist shore
batteries off Wonsan Saturday.
The Syman suffered no ca-
sualties, and only minor dam-
age. ___________
British Vessels
Find 2 Underwater
Peaks In Arctic
PLYMOUTH. England, Nov. 27
1062 license number.
iinn. th v were on the Job and were forced of 28 Central American press the languaBe barrier being lifted would be responsible for a vlo-;,ow Ma ]evei tnd their bases a-
r. rtnTuid in tne to* divert the heavy flow of 4 officials for the 2.M5-mlle flight; and G11fen gaid that all the oth-uition of customs regulations if; bou 11.200 feet below the surface.
national St Pm "filc toward CoIumW*:to Los Angele. Wednesday (No- ountries also, have agreed. rny of their shins discharged'
-cT^r^nY^ W !fdKJ^AtaJ^
olllce area
Avenue, strikers
m^d^ln^the'TlaaocSi'oad in an effort1 to save mo- vember M).
iln. the Avenue.staged rock torisU from possible injury and
b ufe *nKS. whVdamage to their cars. The newsmenare due tc1 ar-
'Ia "r^t'orgJ hbarh The rock battle started around "m*& ff%&$.
, "HJ^*~ houn^and had the S:I0 yesterday afternoon when ^ wUi stay at the luxurious
?$pBEKv^^^s^ ****countr"
Sell as n?t$ anti-strikers who crossed over
CAIRO, Nov. 27 (UP) Egypt
The second problem that was today i^ued a blanket warning. (UP) An Admiralty survey
This morning's Ukeoff was ^^ aounded out In Latin Ame- l0 aU shipping companies a-ishlp discovered two new under-
the first teg of the "newsmen's rlca< jpfp to make some sort of!KRmst unloading goods consign-'WaUr mountain In the Arctic
fight to Los Angeles for a five- provUHj, to take care of ques- tn to British forces without the sea.
day viait. preceding Inaugura- tions that come up. and need j authorization of the customs] xhey were discovered by HMS
tion of PAWA' new Panama- urgent attention between the, authorities. w Cook about halfway between
conferences. The warning was conUined in,spitzbergen Island d the
Panama's postmaster. De Roux v circular that was sent to all northern tip of Scotland.
Tito Chides West
For Only Fighting
Againit Communism
f iMtiriia- un r7 (UP! ato, the CommunlsU submitted a
SffriffinN.VsPeechtoday,*e-point plan of their own.
ed buffer zone, as specifically
and mutually agreed on by both
7) Military commanders shall
administer their portions of the
demilitarized zones in accordance
with the terms of the military
armistice agrment.
After rejecting Joy's propoa-
Marshal .
demanded that all foreign occu-1
pation troops "everywhere" be i
withdrawn as the first step to-
wards settling the international
tension. .. .
Tito also chided the west for
campaigning against "Commu-i
nism" rather than Russian a-:
He said that Russia was not ai
true Communist sUte, and de-,
clared that Communism and!
capitalism could exist peaceful-1
ly side by side. ________
Bit Part
BERLIN, Nov. V. (UP)
"Astra," a canine film star,
gave teaaueraUI actresses
a leooom yesterday.
Unhappy with her hnea, oc
what the camera did to her
profile, the dog Mt the direc-
tor, instead of chasing a crim-
inal detective hi a mevte ah
was making.
Driver Critically
Hurt When His Car
Sideswipes Bus
to the Canal Zone side of the
I Avenue were arrested by Canal
Zone policemen. They were
charged with disturbing the
peace this morning in Balboa
Magistrate's Court.
The two students. Ramiro Na-
vtrro. 1, and Chandeck Rulx,
17 were released on *o0 ball.
Their case win be taken under
advisement tomorrow morning.
When arrested one of whom was
carrying a blackjack made from
a length of pipe.
Damage caused by the battle
to glass windows of the Institute j
ana asewing school on the cor- drainage ditch.
ner of "H" and Estudiante
streets was estimated at more
than $2.000,
The battle was called off early
Hotel in nearby Hollywood.]
movie capital of the world.
The trip enables the news-
men to preview the attractions
awaiting Panama travelers to|
Southern California over the
new PAA route and to become
The'noMfbiiitv'of extending sir goods in the Britlsh^controlled j
parcel post service between the uorU In the. Hue* Canal Zone. |
People Look Funny To ex-GI
Who Lost Sight 8 Years Ago
AN ANTONIO Tex.. Nov. 27 had a splitting headache. Then
Per on Takes Reveng eOn Armyi
For Pre-Election Purge Threat
Edward M. Good-
vision after
illlar with the operation of, man regained his
the famous Constellations eight years m darkness and got
which will make their Central his first look at his wife, Alma,
American debut to the new ser-
Who fought back happy
and mumbled:
*I"or goodness sakes.
I dozed off and awakened
to see an electric bulb from the
ceilng In the darkened room"
Goodman said "the best part
tears of it was seeing my wife for
I the first time. She was every-,
dont thing' I'd envisioned her to be.,
By Drew Pearson
, Backstage reason for the Army that he appreciated the disin-
purge was an ultimatum which terested patriotism behind the
Be- army leaders delivered to Peron'demands and was eager to have
WASHINGTON Noy. K Be- army e --------"-, ^"urTtrammeiiedwul of th
Colon Hospital after his carside- aboard ^e actual Inaugural so. even though his nra^g ^ceremon Rnd &aTe adopted | ^^^vKs of the purge will
landed tn an upright position to time Mondav (Dec. St and ar-,cooking dinner. ^^ traln
Thev said this meant not mere- mong the ie who ehe* 01> hj"
ly freedom from coercion and that day. Peron has token drag-
an honest ballot eount on elec- tic revenge on them tor hat ne
tion day. but "reasonable liber- considers insubordination,
ty" for the opposition during the And inasmuch as the Navy and
.TEE on'^eT^re: Ta^uX0' E Wr'^pul.- & BMS oSoS^S
ed for Uquldatlon t re- il^*aJgW- ^ tv gesture, since! in Argentina-the Army has suf-
terrific setback in its
yesterday evening following the ce^ j Quintn, was travelling
intervention of.MinisterfOf Oov- north J at a high rate of speed ._^7^fr
ernment and Justice Miguel A ate last night when he sldeswlp- rV tri from Panama are: Duluth, Mtnn In 1W9.
Ordonez, but not.before several ed a southbound McGregor pub-1w,l2'ramandez. director Be said he worked as a re-
students were Injured by rocks.
^Ai^uUnedes h Jacinto porter : Chicago newspaper.
Apparently out of control, "associate editor of La before going into the Army^He
policemen a^resw i me iwo Blu-, Qulnlto's car landed in the ditch. g*?.' oohriel Lewis Oalln- lost his eyMUM h M* at **>*
dents who wandered over to the and the driver lost consciousness.^ Mton. oaonei w:w ^"
Zone side to throw rocks althe! jt^to employed ^^,^K t o' u StrX Ooe mtoote Goodman had
with the class
. He said he finished two
months ahead of the rest of
the students.
from the
..-made no spec
withdrew granting them those rights, i
the, The alternative. Peron was decision to pi-..
e' .-ne,.il.?Ibe* .more active In-, with his captive labor movemeri
tudents In I school building.' Dlvtolon dock laborer, and ^^ ,nd I
the other, frantically tried to m Oatun. l^kted-Press corresprmdent
arn'^ama^r?^- Police invertlgation reveai-'anf^aff wrffer for Th. Star
SSZUK Sn Xr^^rong61.^ SfwtoSffiP^pSW
throw rock up Into the build- j accident occurred,
tags, slip off Into the street an. The drivr-
to get thei was Henry
sidewalk, to year-old Pa
the newsmen,
to Guatemala |
normal vision. The next, he
was blind. Be soade the mis-
take of washing his face in
a basin of vitrrslitk: acid. He
thought tt was water.
"Getting bock my sight hap-
,lav ball exclusively
&r?ArmyV^^ 7 l
yE remalla Toy.'to iKST-' military would no longer support c^aUting the emlnb
er^^f^r-i^ron. no doubt confident of ^So^^w?.
r^mem^rermyte g^ S^l^fi:: ^obta^Tlays^er ^k'i ^V.rked^hVr'bl.oU
oung and sort. h?Bdom..:tog;reor1,u^^ who had given ti
Peron. no doubt
triumph he wa polls
and "looking at
piethey sure looked funny."
Goodman thought he had
changed a lot. too.
feet back oa the sidewalk, to year-old Panamanla of Oatun. .Airways no.
feminine vote. It to
r cent of tha
,o went to trj
tor the first time In

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Labor News
"Why Don't Yo Ploy Boll With Him?
Walter Winchell
In New York
By Victor Riittl
The Firtt-Nighter.: It was hardly a Thanksirlnr holiday for
Broadway's two new entries.. ."To Dorothy, a Son" and "Never
8*y Never" were carved like turkeys by the erHies "Dorothy," a
8X7,0*0 flop, was producer Herman Shumiin's second casualty
this Season. His other strikeout (also a British import) was "Lace
on Her Petticoat ". Most of the reviewers sank their fangs into
"Never Say Never,'' with Aisleman J. Chapman dismissing it as
"an ineffectual play "...The critical reactions beyond Broadway
borders were a blend of posies and thorns: Columbus extended
warm local hospitality to a reprise f Somerset Maugham's co-
medy. "The Constant Wife," starring Katharine Cornell...Vari-
ety's Boston agent snubbed Clare Booth* Lui.e's "Child Of the
Morning." He reported: "It doesn't stand a ehance'.. In Detroit
the critics noted that "Lo and Behold" has "the ingrediente of a
robust laugh-getter".. In Phllly "Nina" was given its worst pann-
ing by its star, Gloria Swanson.
NEW YORK One night In
the early thirties, when the
Iboys were Just realising how big
a business crime couM be once
ilt was endorsed by a division
of specialists In slaughter, the
slightly built boss of Murder,
line, Lepke Buchalter, sat down
for a business conference with
another power in the field of
sudden death, chap by name
of Lucky Luciano.
Within 48 hours, at least 40
men were shot, knifed, ice-
picked or garroted to death in
cities across the land.
Lepke had gone to Lucky with
a complaint About "cowboy
The Cinemagicians: The critics found "Cume Fill the Cup'' a
generally exciting meller sparked by Jimmy Cagney's firecracker
{ersonallty and explosive fists.. "Utah Wagon Train," some of
hem summed up, presents more bang-bang blah-blah___ "Too
Young to Kiss" has June Allyson and Van Johnson playing Mr.
Cupid and Miss Valentinea frothy romancer.. "Golden Girl"
frequently glittersthanks to several gilt-edge tunes and an at-
tractive nugget named Mitzi Gaynor.. .Waltei Pidgeon in "The
Unknown Man" portrays an attorney who savs the story from
conviction of boredom..."Two Tickets to Broadway" is a pleas-
cut musical highlighted by Tony Martin's larynx and Janet
Leigh's frontage.. 'Fixed bayonets" Is a stiiring testimonial to
the infantry.
Stairway to the Stars: The "Nina" producers are trying to
persuade Celeste Holm to take over unhappy Gloria Swanson's
assignment "Faint Your Wagon" (after mixed notices) moved
into the ticket-demand division. It Is Top Ticket in the musicals,
ahead of "Top Banana".. Hume Cronyn and his wife, Jessies
Tandy, the only members of the hit. The Four poster." play all
of it in a boudoir setting. On matinee days they take a nap In
the bedwhich Is their main prop... Olga San Juan, according
to the "Wagon" playbil, was leading her own rhumba band when
she was lt...Adele Clark, whose recording of "You've Changed"
remains the ace version of the torchant, is hark in town waiting
for a "break": The recording execs probably won't appreciate
this reminder...Of the 20 new shows only a quartet gives Indi-
cations of prospering.. .The "poodle cut" haircut affected by
Denise Darcel, raye Emerson and others was introduced in
"Faithfully Yours" by Ann Sothern. who made it so doggy.
Lepke thought it ought to
stop. Lucky stopped It.
The Mafia never recovered
despite the romantic impres-
sions of Senator Kefauver's
men. who made it fashionable
to dub most cross-country
crime a "Mafia" operation.
For a while, the "cowboy
stuff" stopped. Men were murd-
ered by Albert Anastasias en-
forcement division of the big
crime syndicates only when ne-
And then, only after much
deliberation In the "hlh court"
before which, by the way, I
condemned upper-echelon crime
executive could be represented
by "counsel," another of the
robber barons who would plead
hi* ease But a verdict once
reached, seldom /at reversed.
Such g killing, for example
was ordeed by Lu:lnno, from
Cuba, when Bugsy Slegel at-
tracted too much attention to
the mob's gambling empire
some years back. Bugsy got it
while reading In lusty Virginia
Hill's home in Beverly Hills.
Merry-go- ro
The Airistocrats: NBC had a MapsUck convention when Jerry
Lcsler, Aooou 6c lostui oand Rea Skelton i fled almost every
page in tne old Mack Sennett analogue... "Studio One" usually
oflers superior dramas bul the last one wasn't. A clumsy whodu-
nitthe corpse being the script...The pert thrush on Freddy
Martin's program (Jo Sullivan is a lookable-llstenable asset...
Faye Emerson took you on a trip to Paris but somebody forgot to
pock a scenario...Eva Gabor's show Is another weighted down
with sour scrivening. But when you look like Evawho listens?
.. .The cute-as-n-cumple youngstei. who swapped sass with Dan-
ny momas on "All Kevue," Is a half pint of honey...Stan-
ten and Luster's dancing on the Don Ameche show was Don good
.. .Jane Wilson on "Celebrity Tune" sings like a lark and looks
Ke a Hepburn.. .Sam Goldwyn was on two early a. m. programs
(CBS ana NBC) the same day and said almost the same things.
Pretty monotonous.
Movietown Newsreel: "Quo Vadis" is playing the Capitol and
Astor, same theaters that Introduced "Gone with the Wind." The
new spectacle is doing a larger money and attendance business:
62% in coin and about 20 in patronage. ."The First Time," which
offers Robert Cummings and Barbara Hale, is about a first bless-
ed-event. But the studio had to use four infants to play the
one role...Gene Kelly can always earn a pretty penny when he
has to hang up his hoofing shoes. His dance designs In "Ameri-
can In Paris" are eye-filling wonders. Jane Russell's sermon-of-
the-week: "Sex Is attraction between men and women. Sin Is
wickedness. That's a big distinction".. MGM and Radio City Mu.
sic Hall are sulking because the famed theater cancelled "Pan-
dora and the Flying Dutchman" (with Ava Gardner and James
Mason), which was booked as the Christmas show. The Music
Hall decided it wasn't for the tots.
Th. Mail loa it .pen rerum let reoo.ri or Tfc Panana Amar-
ra Lattera art rec.i.ed gratefully nal ara aandlad in wholly con-
fidant ml marinar.
It y* contribua a left., don't he impali.nt ,1 ft rfoetnt appear the
eat day. Letrera ero publnhed the order received.
Pleoae try t. keep the latter, limited to one page length.
Identity of letter riten it held in strictest confidence.
ThM -.-p.p., ,, ,, ejajuill, ^ ,,,,, Mm.
Waited la letter from renden.
The mobs prospered. It
must be understood that,
basically, it was this self-
nolicing which turned Murd-
er, inc., into one of the
notion's mightiest Industries.
It gradually pulled out of
the labor-management field.
It bouaht int. hotels, went
into Wall Street, bought
airplanes and auto fleets
for Its communications ser-
vice, but its bio sources of
income were the gambling
and narcofi-s rackets, with
waterfront *ust a sideline to
keep the local goons happy.
Then, in the past year, the
^,'0W,,0Latu,," broke out "<"'"
hlehllghted by the hot spots of
the Kefauver hearings. The
syndicate chiefs decided to po-
lice themselves once again.
The top criminal minds in
country have been meeting
all this past week in Brooklyn
and Manhattan deciding Just
how t .alt out the recent wave
f publicity and then Just
now to recoun their losses In
tocntM resnlHng from the
crushing of the slot machine
nd eml-hldden game room In-
rt'istry alnnr with the cracking
down on racing wires.
These many millions they
must recoup swiftly just to
exist. Their protection machin-
ery, their payoff svstems In
2512. clt,e* and their wn mob
cortly BC* "" *Petaeularly

Paper Work
NEW YORKMoat of my Ufe in this rack busi-
ness, I have wanted to write a piece about news-
papermen and the people who best him, and
the opportunity Is at hand.
They are making a newspaper picture out In
Hollywood and the publicity department has
been circularising some of us slaves for sugges-
tions on an accurate presentation I humbly sub-
mit the following to Mr. Bill Holden, actor.
In my lean and hungry years In this business
I never turned up a hat in front, nor wore a
press card in the band of said hat.
As a matter of fact. I seldom wear a hat. At
two bits a copy in the cheesing concessions I
cannot afford to own one.
Never in all my born day did I romp Into
a City Room and scream: 'Stoat the presan
we're going to bust this town, wl* Open fK
This line was patented by Mi7 WUllam Car-
gan, actor, and so far as I know Was never used
Drew Pearson soys: Candidato Taft brag, has corral,
over 600 delegato,; Midwest and NewT-ngland 3
annCds,,,afl'ng; r "*rmrMk hi""e,f c
CarlMSrS^ntry.^. BSSSfSSSJSKf 1
bAatwJ'nna.tor had jus.1 come from month of political hem
beating^ a press conference where he was hecsES"M
n ^JHzh I?0*1, humor, however, he told ton aides j.n. J
dauIvIruld {feas?*" wm
Ouylay supplemented this by giving detalla or? -ma*
ofcn?00t,plac,lnK ^'ewte stfength at an *"-^ hi,*
trin8TBito,r1HT!tt iutned, beamed, but commented- "After
trtn. I would say our strength is way overflSo d 2? g0
n- &&? mUMm mm mm t
for Taft membera o the State legisla!
D-fPS: S&SSffW^'SSSl. *"* ^pendent
and Henry Cabot Lodge!
by anyone else. Mr. (largan was an lncompe- Mavor th. vlJiZT>\? ohe on,ld4,mce ?i
tent private detective belore he became an aotor t X^Jt ?, is,dS5*' tlIe Sennte or the mU1
_ln IS year. I have never heard a .2 lJ??l.?fltw."J1."1."1**!* f,ther '* 1
.KtKu1finotJtuf ht *" wspapermen dress
babbily and drink up all their pay I have met
a flock of teetotallers, and some very fancy fas-
hion plates who carry canes and occasionally
wear spats.
.. Jie ? mosUy people with mortgages and
dally dates with the subway or the train to the
little hovel in the country.
, Our children catch colds and wear out shoes, yours, and the Morris Plan Is our Mecca.
City Editors, as a group, are prone to be a
touch querulous, due to association with dumb
reporters and civic groups whe demand a ban-
ne nead.Une to celebrate Mrs Blurp's lawn party
it the nicest man I know was a City Editor
0 yeare. and has gotten no less nice
ade Managing Editor i,
"Ireneralfy catch .-mlndTs, prefer-^nm?15flt!'e" "REftr 0i^
the cps to earn their viw pay. VP^-J^te. an from New Yorl
pt always In the confidence of the
rtfti tea
We an
despite Sens. Leverett BaltonateJl'
preference for Ike.
dubious news value as a source'
The newspaperman earns hU pay, if only from
constant association with the bores who tell him
now to do his Job. why his Daper was wrong on
so-and-so. and why he really ought to consider
some serious brand of employment
a game it is a very strenuous .port. /J*e mlr'0- "E0.?0"--' to. PortOT
I would not "play" it for free. WJjPl "fe?
_ newspaper-
man use the word "scoop". Out might say rjeat"
to describe a four-minute advantage on a hot
story but scoop is a bad woro.
A worse word is "game" to refer to our busi-
"eM ,** to "How d0 v0u Uke. the newspaper
game ?
If this is
indeed, and
u -
lJ.- "'' A*- Mief 't >
less an authority than Bur-
to Twkui the fighting as-
sistant district attorney who
SSfftft Mritr- ">c"t*
who tells it excitingly in his
amazing book. "Murder
ter theory of Levke
Mgl- will again tly toll
"top industrial rackets.
LZ 2P a"aln attempt to
eKSf wor,kin tuo mobs
tfi'i'aneously. under one
bicPta .!?". N thlr "ttonal
SSfcSvP to on the country's
bo2e.S?.\And Turkman.
torththedMmob.kMP M ey< oul
oSK SLTJmiflfht
thefr8twnhlrLtne. ynd'caes In
!? ?wn Pocketbooks by shut-
vSTuedWn the'r 80UrcM "-
me rSea,uuiIeby "VM tXOma Pay'r ^ Crtetob,d" toteresta
a-j9ffie*? tocme tax in the continental United sutes Is
aS2?tW.?. COmm 05u8ttn. "ut there are certain prqul-
S,?? 5*Latoo.coafld'fed ue to toe payers of said Income tas.
TtLX,^STaSSte m, the Canal Zone" stance ther* is
?,Kn^v.dvers. to one.', residence. There are also mall
&*. ^i** ieed at convenient mtervals for the use of
v^t "/v P^.?Are ey ^J* c,und m the Canal Zone? No.
You pay rental on a box. That Isn't an additional tax U it?
JWrSHSLlS toterested in coUeetlng the cash, regardless of
acu of Congress. I make thU sUtement relative to the situa-
to and from the armed force, should be 06c What hanoened
o\,rflItM.av,e.tter. CHame frr a n to the FaciiKnd aSved
011 Saturday, a card wa. placed in the rented box statine thnt
the letter was held for .(&. additional r^e ThTruhne o
SSPSf 7** iBn.ifd' unU1 "nail> ^esot in ou^h with
abolished^ authorlUes to w"*>togton. and ot that surchge
... v.*?1 ."*y w.e.d0 n.ot pay loc*' taxes. They are not named as
?S& ,nUihV1.^e,r.e ]uSt the "e. Rent, hive IncreasTabout
rL %J?H* v'ar5 *1tn wagei mased that much?
One pays rental on furniture, some of which Is as full of
uTrV^nllVun ot dVu-,toit you p., juifthe SmZui
L?*5 u tw0 to a room and only one additional bed then each
SxT. u'!**' "aount M 0M to a You aay we do not pay taxes on Tobacco. That sUtement
ha. absolutely no foundation m fact. I was In the Btite. last
August, and I bought Granger tobacco at drug store,TlnChl-
cago and vicinity for ,100 per carton of twelve wSett Let
me see you buy It at the Commissary for thai jsVeTtM ealvt
i.Sn*ybaUccn*herehe anMM*** to rt, we 1-fl
eSMt^Hn-'vtrte*0^' titJ** ConUnenUl United States know
mm JL^n^t&WSl&y: wouW ^u-e >m.-
Han W22s&2&g*x i Wnaf
Newspapermen do not alwhvs'mee't iuch "in-
teresting people"?
m SS1 SPre borM to the proMcutlon of
rfry..ES8l0,n.than met y tht *erage bank
president, civic worker, or professional ales-
men of brushes. I have also met more crackpots.
Some people have a geniu. for attracting them
-end-of-the-world foresters and people with
TrumanCMC" *"" flSS to me ^* to
If some poor, deluded soul has Just Men A vt-
atS'it it*?!*?* gUy hey ChonK "P to t*11 "
.bout it. A lady once busted down my hotel room
fn fi,.n2?Unc.ed ,h*t ih had lost seen the Lord,
JL ar.v?rancl8c.' nd.dlvea for the window, i
s if it were a vice. I answer,
' d ,trike oM another acquaintance.
,^?s.0f.uu! hav* ""ever missed a deadline."
w?.liver that mearj*. and If we haven't I never
fashion* new*p,p*rm*n fty *> to a bragging
There Is very little of the nonsense about "the
StEZ f&JRl on" J ?ronnlly have been ttek
ouVmythhelpetr "* ^ Wor,d Mpt We are neither prophet* nor magician..
some of the best reporter. I know have been
women, none of whom might be called "Mb ai.-
- V^J* mLrough timate of the way I eat,
ind I hope the people who moke the picture Das
Bay SUte deleate*:-----" "*" V"W*U1 m *W
_.In .other New island sutes, why Sen Owen Brew.t*,
trytog to snatch the whole Main delegation, bS^wllfhiv.
overcome the prestige of Sen. Margaret; toitl? whi! le.r!s
Publisher wlUl.m Loeb of the Manchester N H rminnJ
SBftr najn!&^ a
. If"10?.* natlonal commltteeman Jim Dewey a couHn nfl
Governor Dewey. Is openly pro-Taft "* a cousin ofl
. esnn^S 5?and' Ta pulled a crowd of party leader, at
n'ft"1""'1 and ex-OOP National CommltU. pM"-
agent Jim Selvage Rising for Taft in Coimectfcut.P
r^PJSSmV^ ^ as *^ly i*-
a*, rx.'i
Governor Dewey." --------------.~er the-
v.MP2bU*hS..i "S Gannett Is determined, to break Dewey,]
hold by .putting the delegation for Twit. He has the under-
cover upport of 10 New York congressmen m
?hat -widld iT?.1 reyeal to. QonUcU In Kansas, but did ay
^mZ^t SASS? Ia Kansai C.lty, he n*d rM,lved dtolto
pledge, of .upport from key party leaders.
Taft lieutenant, pooh-poohed claims that Elsenhower win
puncture Taft'. hold in the South.
They say that, while the wnator will not go. into Califor-
nia to oppose Gov. Earl Warren, he expect* to break even or
better In seven of the 11 Western sUte.
^^^.oTilol^Z^? anfmore^^r ^"S
Dead City
By Stewart Alsop
BAGHDAD- "You thrust a dagger into our
t^T 7 *nd th,nLyau expet us to be friends?"
in. American observer In this area hears this
2.7i?.' iotned in varying degrees of Arabic
3K t0 tne Potot of Insanity.
... dagler- f course, u Israel. Having tra-
veiied through Tranejordan and Syria to this
iV*. t Ute. ?f Ir*q' thl reporter U convinced
tnat Israel U a profound and universal obses-
sion wit hall Arabs; and that thU obsession Is
SSi0' ,r0Und atU Ly,,<* Anotht* caa Why did they leave? They shrug their shoul-
ders sullenly and look tohlly away
They seem not much Interested in the past.
Th. Cm i^18.?0* concsrn the dead present.
;m.h r.11?1^.-'^' *nd tnen there Is not
eBUgh left to feed the children.
an-*-*wi^TisunBnu &$s.sarjB*s.?r,sdci;
55* -top. "an In their own
high court talks -
JzSSSl! put the whit* light
*Jt!*tjtf on them ^
?h. ?.. n'. "N*1* eeruin that
t! gangtr u P'ated from
S.c50o5e Posean.. The
mhi ed,un toto both po-
cl PartlM M,ke It a eoetal
V^'J01 Political leadeT to
hobnob with racketeers
the mh ana.lyze *v,ry "ove of
natter a'galnat tilU tour point
Pati![".E1v*ry move of orginls-
one of thal,med at combatttag
iwpminution. Your aUtemeAU are asesUy un, fat.
Globe Trotter.
SvndiraU Inc.)
Because this U so, It Is worthwhile for Amer- to undersUnd what the obsession i.
.11 about.
,Jrhe.,bMt wav to do this i. not to listen to
the wild ovenutemenU of Arab politician, (who
are genuinely lruulUd if reminded that they,
afteJ *" tarted the war with Israel).
k e *? Wfty u to go through the Mandel-
baum pate in Jerusalem, the eye of the needle
throuah which all those who would leave Israel
by land must pass, and then to drive down the
tteeDnaked hill, of Tranejordan to the head of
the Dead Sea.
/?r ?* nw the ancient, bedraggled village
of Jericho, you will find a sort of Impromptu
elty, a elty without meaning, a dead city.
.w?eIe' Jour. yun Mo. one of the camp, for
2f.i5.b /,!^fe of the Arab-araell war wa.
Is. iVlSi F1}* eua*> conUln. lomt IB.000 of
5? 'it600 ArtD, "ho (exeept for thee born
'toce the an once lived in the town, or work-
M.0" the land now held by the Imells.
.- ih.w "h fme o the tonta which once shel-
tered the refugee* are till to be seen, this doe*
w?* .!!*' a tomporary camp any mor*.
with the pasaage of four year., the Arab*
nave modelled clav huU for themMlve*. udng
Kfirc'nrwtt,ll.t0 make mud out of the dry. dead
Ml Theje hut*, .tretchlng planlessly mil* upon
mile, make this piac* a city of *oru rath*r
than a camp.
-h^k Vi* n atraordlnary city without hop*.
*nj!^S?***- *lthotit reason for Utence.
..l?l .v,ltorl ,r' r*'*'Mi enilenlv. and warned
Zili?! """a' toUl Arab lack *f propag.nd*
ff%LD-t*i2.t,1i*# hototralU. last th* mtoery
many people?,roclou8;1o,ttof ""le man keep* peering
Wr f. yt at he vlaltor8- M thouglt werJ
chant' repeating over and over like a
.Mha<" 1""^ year old- 8tul no walk. No
enough food. No doctor. My son three year
Work? There Is no work.
1* to starve.
To leave this plsce
'atlort in
fluke* to the wrid
WiUa hsltlnj conver.
to*. This man worked *
.i.^# 15"iwd F7a- moyed hy the dull curio-
Jll .IP*0*1' wno have nothing at all to do all
day. this seems believable. For this great num-
Sonr, p*ple U ?nlv a tiny handful out of the
SSd'colSr ta *"***' *nall. poor.
imHIratt,.t!le.r,e "li"0" chlldran to the crowd,
until the visitor begin* to feel like the Pled
*i^n1itth.ta K* yniPton of a cruel fact. Por
f reitof">ll* krow constantly, a* more and
more children are reproduced, in thl* great war-
ren of forgotten human rabbit*, to an existence
without reason.
It Is as dangerous to sentlmentallM about thl.
eubject of the Arab refugee* a* about any other
.v.r?r.wha.1 ll?e ifjaelta s*y U eertalnly true -
that the Arab* themselve* have don* preelou.
little to he p their "brother*": and that many
Arab politician. con.ld*r the contmued existence
of the refugee campa a useful pressure point on
And v*t. leaving the dead city, weatllv hot
v*n In late Autumn, one thought I* upormst
in the mind Something ha* got to be done.
Whatever the cost, these oeople must be erven
Ami* meaRl of livelihood, some r.a**a for
(C*wyright. 1SS1, New York Herald Tribu* Ine.)
The Senate i* alway. quick to Investigate anyone but lta
own member..
However, one situation which badly need* investigating U
he way Senator Malone, Nevada Republican, has reversed po-
sitions on tldeland. oil. F^
.ft1 rf* iJal"1* 'ought to turn tidelands oU over to the
utes Thl* was at the same time that his assistant, Ben
Whltehurst, wrote to the Long Beach Harbor CpmmlAsioneri
on Malone'* official sUtlonery, asking $80,000 to lobby for state
ownership. However, the deal fell through.
m. N?w Malone has complexly r*ver.ed binuelf, and 1* bat-
tling for Federal ownership. .-
nt eJ^i-S^l0? h-e now avoL" nUkht help turn vast tract,
of oll-rlch tld.lands over to E. L. Cord, the auto mkgnste,
W0-ibo,,fKht. U5 torgotten Civil War script which he claims en-
titled him to federally owned tidelands. ^^
nnr/hi Ke= **.me ^P? ttlat Malone takes this position iavoring
Cord he has been flying around Nevada In CordVprivt>te plane
and has been a house guest at Cord's Fish Lake Valley ranch
In the Sierra.. ^
In other word.. Malone sided with the Long Beach Harbor
commissioners as long a* hi* assistant wa* trying to get $50.000
from them.
Then Malone suddenly switched to Cord's side, and U now
accepting favor, from Cord.
The Senate u investigating Vic* President Berkley's Se-
cretary for much les.. But I predict the Senate will net in-
vestigate a fellow senator.
The ABN underground In Southern Russia flair-, three
Soviet republic*, Xasakh, Uzbek and Turkoman, are belUag
with revolt and vast purges. (ABN I* an underground Of Mo-
slem and Mongolian groups In South and East Russia. Its
headquarters Is In Turkey).
A peasant revolt In all the European satellites ha* brought
a shake-up in Communist agriculture ministries plus short
Argentina's anti-American dictator Peron has just fired
eight of his top generals, Including General Solari, commind-
er-ln-chief of the army, and arrested Gen. Arturo lUwson, the
former President. This Is to prevent another military revolt
following the abortive uprising on Sept. 18.
The Iranian Shah has secretly conferred with a former
Dremler noted for his Russian sympathies who may replace
Premier Mossadegh. The pro-Russian Is Qavam Al-SalUne*
who cabinet fell in 1947 when parliament rejected his agrflaW
menu giving the Soviet big oil and border concessions.
Two Ueutenanu of th. wily Mufti of Jerusalem who workid
for Hitler and now for Stalin are actively organising trroruH
Kngs and an "Army of Liberation" for Egypt They are not
tag deterred by the Egyptian government. The terrorist,
'.r^ton to murder any Egyptian who work* fer the British in
th* Suez Canal Zone or elsewhere
(Copyright, 1081, By The Bell Syndlcau, Tne.)

floor of the Rational Palace la PanamTciayV th*
eoMtruetlon of a section of the Inter American Highway
In the Province of Cblrlaul
Propo*al received will be opened In the preaanc* of all
T?2M.!we,t*dJ,ron,r,J ton o'dw* in ekTtawdnjig
the above mentioned date.
ProspecUve bidder may obtain plans, specifications and
other data pertinent to the prelected work at th* etfflc**
of the Inter American Highway. Via Espaa. N. 18. Panam
SlOooK dwwltln Un na of ou hundred dillare
Panam, October 84, ll
_______ Mulatto d* Obrad PdbUca*.

Canal Zone School Activities
B.H.S. Notes .
By Ann Morrill
Blants." And now lor the new in detail.
made thi week.
PLAT PLANS IN FULL SWING: Eve^ afternoon and even
oiher required things, only adds U) the tuna. inu^.
comedy on iamUy Me Is a laugh tWft nj JK,
Hart; he? two boy Mends are Bruceutan and Ken "? "g
bolt, Shiela Fearon and Ray Davion on the highjkui
eaxchol whale or even a fish. Rain and fh wnther
dampened their spirit, but they atill had aigoodt time.
tsrsEfvffiv saws? S
for all.___________
lire Balboa High student* were initiated Into the Na-
BuTiltTYryWank, Joan Baron. Heliana Filo, and Ml-
nervKXweVe chosen for scholarship, leadership and other
mnnrtimt factors This Is a great honor; something to be truly
SSSfoT* Resident Mike McNevin Introduced the principal
speaker of the evening, Major Bart who gave, an outstanding
talk; one each and everyone there will remember.
sports SLANTS: Friday, Balboa and Cristobal played an
lnter-s?Jaame to a tie score of 12-12, Several players showed
PMK'r- 2S? ^Leagues chalked up winning score
against Cristobal on Saturday in exciting Volleyball games A
L,rWoi*With a score at 6-25, with Laona Hart as their p-
taTunSeV-Juliene Page, the "B" League won M-W. Hice
C.H.S. News
By Karen Streop
C.2. Junior College
By Russell Pierson
B. H. aVer OF THE WERK: "Dick Dillman. He Is that top-
notch Senior Sportsman who was chosen as the Honorary Foot-
ball Captain of the 1961 Season. Congratulations, Dick!
Pt forget the Christmas Formal that Is just around the
So long 'till next week.
Did everybody have a delicious
Thanksgiving Dinner? Just ask
Ardls Whilloughby or Francis
Oeri and they will tell you it was
"hmmm good!" We hope no one
suffered from indigestion from
eating too much.
The Tigers of C.H.S. chalked
up another victory against the
Working Boys last Wednesday
night to the tune of 20-6. The
Tigers are getting In top shape
to play Key West on December 7.
Get your tickets now. Don't wait
or It will be too'late. You can
obtain them from any C.H.S.
student. Hurry! Hurry!
The Junior Varsity's of both
B.H.S. and C.H.8. played last
Friday afternoon and it ended
in a tie, 12-12. It looks like ev-
erything might turn out to be a
tie for Cristobal and Balboa this
The east of "The Night of
January 16th" Is working hard
for "opening night," December
1 and 2. Mia Wiesen la direct-
ing this play so it ought to be
an excellent production. The
cast even attended court last
Tuesday morning to see how a
real courtroom Is run.
Walt Kuhrt's crutches seem to
be quite popular among the boys
Every morning when you walk
into the school you see a differ-
ent boy walking on crutches.
Could it be that they want the
attention that Walt Is retting!
C.H.S. males had quite a acare
last week when they got those
Local Draft Notice. Some real-
ly thought they were the real
But the Notices were only to
tell the boya that they better
hurry and get a date to the Draft
Drag being held by thaJt.O.T.C.
on December 8. y
Also boys don't forgJLthe Holly
Hop. The date Is y^iknown
but it will pay to g4M>ur date
, Seniors, be sure and get your
order In for your announcements
as soon as possible. Remember
you have to pay 25% down.
The A and B League Volleyball
All-Stars traveled to the other
side last Saturday to meet Bal-
boa The sad truth Is we came
home defeated but not with low
spirits. It wasn't easy for them
to win 'cause C.H.S. put up a
strong fight. The games were
heartbreakers because if the A
League had won they would hav*.
bee the "Champs," but aa It Is
they will probably have to share
the Championship with Balboa.
The B League only lost by one
. Basketball practice has started. Coach Mower will conduct
the practices at the Diablo Heights Gym. The girls' volleyball
team played the Working Girls on Tuesday aiternoon. Tne
Working Girls won by a score of thirty-eight to twenty-five.
Some of the players on the Working Girls' team are Barbara
Curies, Jeannlne Dorgan, Joyce Dugas, Erna Belle McCarty, and
Beatriz Reyes.
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The first major event for this coming week will be
the interschool girls volleyball game on Wednesday
afternoon. The Junior College girls will challenge the
Balboa High School team. This game was originally
scheduled for today.
The wheels of the Conquistador staff have gone into action.
Individual pictures will be token on Wednesday and Thursday
of this week. Donations of informal snapshots will also be ap-
Professor Lee, his wife, and some of the members of his
class made a trip to the Rio Indio Hydrographic Station. The
group left Wednesday afternoon and returned Friday afternoon.
During the trip the feild biology class observed the different
species of tropical birds, insects, and aquatic life near and in
the Rio Indio. The biology group also visited a family of Darien
The Field Geology of the Junior College ha also
made a few trips to the surrounding areas containing
volcanic and sandstone formations. The first trip was
made to the top of Ancon Hill. Other trips have been -
made to the larger quarries in the Canal Zone and Pa-
nama. The last trip was made to the Pacora River.
The Pacora River was chosen because of the vast variety oi
rocks and minerals that have bien washed down from the Cerro
Azul Mountains.
The types of rock that were noted and cracked open were
granite, syenite, and dlorite, the dark rocks of basalt, gabbro,
and the intermediate rocks of rhyollte, and andesite. Milky
cuartz, a comparatively rare mineral formation, was also observ-
ed and analyzed. Another mineral that was found was Iron
pyrite or the commonly known "fools gold." The class uncover-
ed a rare but invaluable green mineral known as epldote.
The next trip will be made to the flats of Cocoli. The stu-
dents expect to find more than twenty minerals during tms
trip, particularly quartz minerals. The longest trip willbe made
next semester to the third locks excavation area. This area
contains sedimentary rock from which many fossils are obtain-
ed. The class and trips are conducted and sponsored by pro-
Ann* Hawse and Frank Robinson were Initiated into
the Delta Psl Omega, the national honorary dramatic
fraternity. Annie Nlcolson arranged and conducted the
initiation. Subert TurbyfiU, who is the representative of
the Grand Cast for the Panama Canal area. Is the fa-
culty sponsor of the Delta Psi Omega.
On Wednesday evening during the regular hours, the Ex-
tension Division classes wl be made up for the class missed
** On "Friday evening from seven to eleven-thirty P.M. the
Gamma Chi will hojd a dance at the American Legion Hall.
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For time-enduring beauty and tested accuracy,
Hamilton i the world' finest"The Aristocrat
of Watches."
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FT KOBBE GIRL SCOUTS have swung Into action as part
of the Disaster Control plan. At their headquarters, mem-
bers of Girl Scout Troop No. 19 are shown making com-
pasees to be stored against emergency. Pictured are Judy
Duryea Douglas, 12; Ann Marsh. 12; Nancy Marsh 10 (hands
shoeing only); Suite Buchanan, 11; Mrs Andrew Dllts Scout
Leader and Barbara Roddy. 12. In the background, Tommy
Joe Levering, 12, and Mary Catherine Dewey, 11, are prepar-
ing materials for the workers in the foreground^ ^^
Graduation Moved
Up To Thursday
Japanese Officials.
Businessmen Blamed
For Geisha Chasing
West doubled four spades In
the hand shown today because
he didn't like the sound of the
bidding. The opponents had
crawled up to their game con-
tract with great uncertainty, so
there was a fair chance that they
were overboard, and practically
no chance that either of them
could afford a redouble.
If West had opened a heart,
South would have been set with-
out any trouble. Not being clair-
voyant. West opened the king of
diamonds. He then continued
with the queen of diamonds, and
South ruffed.
At this point the contract was |
cold If 8outh merely played It
properly. But South was sure
that West had the king of trumps
for his double, and he wanted to
cure West of the annoying habit
of doubling him.
South therefore finessed dum-
my's Jack of trumps. The finesse
succeeded and South thereby tost
his contract. .
Declarer quite properly took
dummy's ace pi trumps next but
then had the problem of getting
back to his hand to draw the rest
of the trumps. He couldn't afford
to ruff another diamond, since
that would reduce him to the
same number of trumps as Wast;
and West would be able to lead
still another diamond when he
got in with the king of trumps.
South therefore had to get to his
hand with the ace of hearts to
knock out West's king of spades.
Mow West could lead a heart.
Students from the Armed
Forces of eleven American Re-
publics will receive their diplo-
mas at The USARCARIB School
graduation to be held at,2.30
p m. Thursday. November 29th at
Fort Gullck, C. Z.
Murray M. Wise. First Secreta-
ry of the American Embassy in
Panama will be the principa
speaker for the occasion. Colonel
James W. Pumpelly, Command-
ant of The USARCARIB School,
will make the Introductory ad-
dress. ,
This graduation was previously
announced for December 1st, but
has recently been changed to
Thursday, November 29th.
The nations' that will be re-,
Bresented at the ceremony are:|
olivia, Colombia, Cuba. Ecua-:
dor, El Salvador, Ouatemala,'
Honduras, Nicaragua, Paraguay,i
Peru and the United States of i
There will be a reception In
honor of the graduating stud-
ents after the graduation cere-
mony. ______
TOKYO, Nov. 27 (UP) Japan-
ese newspapers and radio com-
mentators have launched a high-
powered attack against high gov-
ernment leaders whom they
charge with spending taxpayers'
money on Geisha girls.
The crusade has set off unpre-
cedented public indignation and
has ted to charges by small
stockholders of large corpora-
tions that business men are do-
ing the same thing with their in-
vestor's money.
and East had two heart tricks to
set the contract. Of course West
was not cured of doubling by this
fortunate result.
After ruffing the second dia-
mond. South should have led a
trump to dummy's ace. disdain-
ing the finesse. He could then
overtake dummy's Jack oi spades
with his own queen, forcing out
West's king. Nothing could pre-
vent him from regaining the lead
with the ace of hearts to draw
the rest of the trumps. Then
dummy's clubs would furnish
enough tricks to make the con-
tract with an overtrick.
Public officials, it is charged,
are drawing on official expense
accounts to finance their lavish
parties at Oeisha houses, since it
Is a recognized fact few Indivi-
duals could afford to pay the
heavy expenses of "gay quarters" i
life out of their own pockets.
The general practice, it was re-
vealed, was for one official to en-
tertain his friends at a Geisha
house on his expense account.!
Then the friends repays by foot-
ios the bill on a subsequent
Protests against the practice
have owners of prosperous Gei-
sha houses worried. They com-
plain it's all the fault of "too
much democracy.''
Prime Minister Shlgeru Yosh-
lda has demanded to know the
names of politicians participat-
ing in this lavish spending.
As a result, newspaper report-
er and photographers started
running lists of guests at the
most prominent Geisha houses
and carrying photographs of of-
ficial cars parked outside the
houses of Joy."
Today. Tuesday, Nov. 27
3:30Music for Tuesday
4:40Radio University (VOA)
4:15Promenade Concert
6:0CPanamuslca Story Time
6:15Evening Salon
7:00Ray's A. Laugh (BBC)
7:30Sports Review
7:45Jam Session
8:00News (VOA)
8:15What's On Your Mind
8:45Time for Business
9:00Symphony Hall (VOA)
9:30Commentator's Digest
9:45Sports, Tune of Day and
News (VOA)
10:15Musical Interlude
10:30Variety Bandbox (BBC)
11.00The Owl's Nest.
MidnightSign Off.
Tomorrow, Wednesday, Nov. 28
6:00Sign On
6:00Alarm Clock Club
7:3C Morning Salon
8:15News (VOA)
8:30 Morning Varieties
8:45Music Makers
9:15Stand By For Adventure
9:30As I See It
10:00News and Off the Record
11:00News and Off the Record
11:30Meet the Band
12:00-^-News and Lucheon Music
12:30Popular Music
1:15Personality Parade
1:45American Favorites
2:00American Journal (VOA)
2:15It's Time to Dance
2:30Afternoon Melodies
2:45Notes on Jazz
3:00All Star Concert Hall
3 15The Little Show
3-30Music for Wednesday
4 00Music Without Words
4-15French in the Air (VOA)
4:30What's Your Favorite
5-35What's Your Favorite
6:00The Jack Smith Show
6:15Evening Salon
7:00Paul Temple \_
7:45_Here Comes Louis Jordan
8:00News and Commentary
8-15Twenty Questions (VOA)
8:45Arts and Letters
9:00Jo Stafford (VOA)
9 15Radio Forum (VOA)
9-30Commentator's Digest
9:45Sports and News (VOA)
10:00BBC Playhouse
11:00The Owl's Nest
12:00Sign Oft
Explanation of Symbols
VOAVoice of America
BBCBritish Broadcasting Corp
RDFRadlodlffusion Francaise
Many Fund-Raising
Functions Scheduled
In Local Rale Towns
Several functions In connection
with the fund-raising campaign
for the children's Christmas
Treat in local-rate communities
will be staged this week and next
Plans include a tag-day parade
in Onagres Wednesday with a
smoker the same evening in the
local youth center.
Lock City residents have also
completed plans for their first i
amateur talent show In connec-
tion with the Lucky Strike Ama-
teur Talent Contest, which takes I
place in the Chagres Clubhouse
Theater Saturday night.
Another phase of Saturday's
festivities will be the showing of
the motion picture "Tinpan Al-
ley," featuring Jack Oakle. John
Payne Esther Ralston. Allen
Jenkins. Ben Carter and the Ni-
cholas Brothers.
La Boca has listed a good pro-
gram, to be presented Thursday
night in the movie hall. Among
the many items for the evening
are the motion picture "Romance
On The High Seas." starring Jack
Carson and Doris Day, a perform-
ance by the noted PIG group,
songs by the Cleff Melodaires,
Calypso renditions and the pre-
sentation of the community's
leading amateurs, who will vie
for participation In the Lucky
Strike Contest.
Silver City this week announc-
ed further plans for another big
show which will bring into com-
petition the cream of their
youthful amateurs, vieing for a
place among the winners In the
grand finale at the Pacific Club-
house, December 21.
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18 The gods
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28 While
29 Rupees (ab.)
30 Symbol for
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32 Golfer'
33 Crimson
35 Mend
36 Soviet city
38 Measure of
39 Wolfhounds
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47 Chairman's
48 Be victorious
49 Of Arabia
51 Father or
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23 Tie
24 Bullfighter
25 Church
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40 Varnish
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43 Balkan native
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48 Married
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52 Oriental .
1 Prods
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are all set..,. with a bright, new f
selection of toys to make tiny tots'
dreams come true on Christmas Day.
Tell your customers...

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Greal White Fleet
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'S.S. Chiriqui ................................. Dec.
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New York Service
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S.S. Cape Ann ................................ Dec. S
S.S. Heredia .................................. Dec. 4
Cristobal to New Orleans via
Tela, Honduras
Sails from
S.S. Chiriaui ..................................Dec. 4
S.S. Chiriaui..................................Dec. IS
"Walking Man* ivel agency in Honolulu arrived I
Arrives in Panama on the Isthmus yesterday to plan !
Aboard the SS Peter Maersk a spring tour from Honolulu to'
which arrived in Balboa yester- Panama for 20 American tour-'
day from San Francisco, was ists.
John F. Stahl. a 9-year-old Erdman has negotiated with
American who has earned him- Panama Tours to handle the
self a reputation of having walk- itinerary of the visitors during
ed more than any living man. their Panama stay.
Stahl Is considering walking The travel agent leaves this
from the Canal Zone to Colom- morning for his home station.
bia. He came to Panama in April --------
1949 after a 3.600-mile hike from Panarra Hits Recc-rd
Mexico From August to Decem- In Cargo Movement
ber of this year Stahl was walk- All previous company records
ing in Europe. for the movement of cargo were
Outside of the proposed walk broken last week when Panagra'
from the Canal Zone to Colom- 'Pan American-Grace Alrwaysi!
bia. his plans are Indefinite. jcarrled 55.889 pounds southbound i
-------- to points on its route along the'
Braniff Official west coast of South America and
Stops in Panama Buenos Aires.
l.'ovd Eden. Asst. Treasurer for The airline also announced
Branff Airways arrived in Pan- that it had flown 1,651,017 ton
ama yesterday for a two-day vis- miles of cargo from January to
it Eden, who comes from the August of this year, as compared
Dallas office, is planning to visit to 1.183.575 top miles during the
all the Latin American stations same eight month period m 1950.
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Stand Beside Mother
At Brother's Burial
The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
Nails Lines Ltd.
M.V. -SALAVERRY" ..............................Dec. 11th
MY FLAMENCO'...............................Dec. 13th
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO''..................March lat
M.V. SARMIENTO" .............................Nov. 29th
S.S. "DALERDYK" ...............................Dec. 4th
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'Accepting passengers in First. Cabin and Third Class
"Superior accommodation available for passengers
AH sailings subject to change without notice.
PACIFIC STEAM NAY. CO.. Cristbal. Tel. 1654 1655
FORD COMPANY Inc.. Panam TeL 3-1257/1258: Balboa 1950
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complexion again,' nan
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Soap and Ointment rrer?
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problems of each country.
PAA Officials
Touring Latin America
A 15-day tour of seven Latin
American countries is being
made by Pan American World
! Airways district sales managers
irom Boston. Massachusetts and
Houston. Texas, as a means of In- LANSING. Mich.. Nov. 27 (UPi
creasing Interest in their respec- The widowed mother of Sgt
live areas in tourist travel to La- John Needham saw one soldier
tin America. son buffed with full military
The PAA representative honors Saturday, while two W. French of Boston and more sons in uniform stood be-
David R. Taylor of Houston side her.
arc visiting Panama. Peru. Chile, one of her living sons. Cpl.
Argentina. Uruguay. Brazil and Henry Needham. wore one arm
Venezuela, with extensive sight- in a sling. One leg was missing,
seeing tours scheduled in each His brother. Richard, also a
country, before returning home corporal, is recovering from
from Caracas. Veneauela. Decem- wounds recived in the Korean
ber 10. They left Panama last fighting.
night. John was killed in battle sev-
French is flying directly to New eral months ago. His brothers
York, while Taylor Is returning escorted his body home from
to Houston via Miami. San Francisco in time for a
As a result of their tour, the Thanksgiving Day reunion with
PAA representatives will be able their mother, three other bro-,
to pass on first-hand information thers and two sisters.
on the attractions of Latin Ame- High military officials headed BOOTS AND
rica to prospective tourists from a group of National Guardsmen;
their areas. forming an honor guard at the
-------- funeral services.
Honolulu-Panama A the flag-draped coffin was
Spring Tour Planned unloaded from a railroad car
Karl Erdman. who runs a tra- st the Lansing railroad station
early Thursday. Henry and
' Richard stepped from the train
to greet their mother.
Hugging her two sons fiercely.
Mrs. Needham could only say:
"My boys, my boys."
Henry obtained special re-
lease-from Letterman Army Hos-
pital In San Francisco, where
he was being treated for the
loss of a leg and a paralyzed
left arm resulting from five
wounds In Korea.
Richard returned from Korea
a week ago after surviving two
Thanksgiving was a grim af-1.
fair for the Needhams, although CATTAIN EAST
jthey tried to observe it with af
family dinner.
"It's so nice to have all my i
boys home at once," Mrs. Need- j
ham said later. "But I had
hoped that It would never be
like this."
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tpoHesi comfort
nt so that.
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HAMBURG. la. (UP) Au-
thorities here looked for a duck-
lover with a Carrie Nation com-
plex. Someone walked down a
row of 16 hunters' boats and
chopped a hole In the bottom of
each with a hatchet.

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The United States Ambassador to Panama and Mn.
John Cooper Wiley left early tola morning by plane ft*
short vacation in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil, where they plan to
via Mrs. Wiley' mother.
Durinr their stay in Brasil they will be nests at the
Hotel Copaeabana.
These toys will be given to an
orphanage In Panama.
Marriage Announced
The marriage of Miss Margari-
ta 8anUmaria, of Curundu. to
Corporal Clarence Stickel, of Ft.
Clayton, was solemnized, at a
nuptial mass on Saturday. No-
vember 34 at nine thirty o'clock,
at the Fort Clayton Chapel.
chaplain J. T. Hayes officia-
ted at the ceremony .
The bride was given In mar-
riage by Mr. William A. Dona-
huge, a friend of the young cou-
Se. The matron of honor was
rs. Wlllard W. Huffman, of
Coco Solo and the best man was
Mr. Robert Donahue of Curun-
After the ceremony a small re-
ception was held at the Fort
Kobbe home of Sergeant and
Mrs. C. 8parks. ,
Corporal and Mrs. Stickel
have gone to Santa Clara tor
their wedding trip and on their
return will be at home to their
friends In Bella Vista.
Mr; Gillen Honor Gnest
at Informal Reception
Mr, John T. Qillen, the exe-
cutive assistant to the U.S. Post-
master General, was the guest of
honor on Sunday afternoon at an
informal reception and cocktail
party at the Hotel Bl Panama
given by, the Senior Representa-
tive of Pan American-Grace Air-
ways, Mr. Harold 8. Eby and Mr.
Elton D. Todd, the Senior Repre-
sentative of Pan American World
The attending guests Included
the United States Ambassador to
Panama. John Cooper Wiley; the
Governor of the Panama Canal,
Francia K. Newcomer; the Exe-
cutive Secretory, Eugene C.
Lombard; the Chief of Postal,
Customs and Immigration Divi-
sion. John H. McNamara; Post
Office inspector. Earl F. Unrun;
the Chief Customs Inspector.
Bernard E. Lowande; Captain A
E. Erb of the Grace Line; Staff
Assistant. Humberto Martines;
District Sales Manager for Pan
American Airways. Julio Mijares;
and Agent, Eleazar Orozco.
"Despedida" and Bnffet Dinner
Honor Colonel and Mrs. Christie
Colonel and Mrs. Robert H
Christie, accompanied by their
children, will sail Monday De-
cember third, for the United
States where they wm-JKj? a
nemJouKoViut* at F*rtox,
Xente*yv-~~ JR
The staff officers ojpsywrry
Heights entertained with a des-
pedida" last evening at six o-
clock at the Officer's Club tai hon-
or of Colonel and Mrs. Christie.
Lt. Colonel and Mrs. Hugh
Sawyer will entertain Wednes-
day evening at seven o'clock with
a buffet dmner at their home on
Quarry Heights for the Christies.
Mrs. Turner Honored
Before Departure
An informal coffee was given
In honor of Mrs. Thomas F. Tur-
ner this morning by co-hostesses
Mrs. Thomas A- ttot and Mrs.
Henry L. Landt, at Mr. Enloea
home at Fort Amador. Mrs. Tur-
ner and her family^ will leave the
Isthmus on Monday, December
third, by Army Transport for
their new assignment at Fort
i Ord, California.
Bride-Elect and Fiance
Honored at Dinner
Mr. and Mr. C. R. Jone of
San Juan Place, entertained on
Sunday evening with a dinner
honoring Miss Jean Kleswetter
and her fiance Sergeant Edward
J. Mann. Cover were laid for
Port Amador Officers'
Wives to Have Luncheon
Mrs. William C. Garrison and
Mrs. R. J. Drake will be hostesses
to"the members of the Fort Ama-
i "~\ i i
dor Officer Wives Club tomor-
row at the Army-Navy Club.
Bridge and Canasta will be
played at 9:30 a.m. and lunch-
eon will be served at 12:30 p.m.
Hlckeys Honored With
Farewell Party at El Rancho
Mr. and Mrs. Ray D. Hlckey,
of Balboa, were guests of honor
at a no-host party given by a
group of their associates on Fri-
day evening at eight o'clock at
El Rancho Garden.
Those attending Included Lt.
and Mrs. Frank W. Johnson, Lt.
and Mrs. Wade H. Simpson, Mr.
and Mrs. Carl W. Dishong, Mr.
and Mrs. Ale Ides Domnguez. Mr.
and Mrs. William Vesser, Mr.
and Mrs. W. E. Wldell. Mr. and
Mrs. Cesar Domnguez. Miss Ce-
cilia Casey and Mr. Guido Con-
Mr. and Mrs. Hlckey planto
sail for the United States on
November 30 aboard the S.S.
Ancon to make their home In
Cincinnati, Ohio.
Tuesday Club Meets Today
The monthly luncheon meeting
of the Tuesday Club was held to-
day at the Hotel Washington
with Mrs. Fred Hodges and Mrs.
J. J. Edge serving ks co-hostess-
The member attending from
the Pacific side were Mrs. E. R.
Baltozer.Mrs. H. Bathman. Mrs.
Roy G. Currle, Mrs. W.. C. Hear-
on, Mr. J. D. Logsdon, Mrs. R.
H. Otten. Mr. H. J. Qutolan,
Mrs. N. E. Rocker. Mrs. EUa
Wert* Mr. I. L. Bright and
Mrs. H. B. Yard.
Those from the Atlantic aide
included Mr. E. C. Stevens, Mrs.
A. N. Ruoff. Mr. E. J. Fried-
rich, Mrs. H. C. Anderson, Mrs.
John Crone. Mr. J.'J. Edge and
Mrs. Fred Hodges.
Executive Board to Meet
The Executive Board of the
Balboa Woman's Club will hold
It regular meeting on Wednes-
day morning at 8:00 at the Jew-
ish Welfare Board Center in Bal-
Winner of Sterling Silver
Raffle Announced
Mrs. Elizabeth Fears of Bal-
boa, held the winning ticket,
1285. on the Gorham sterling sil-
ver raffled by Court Sancta Ma-
ria No. 447, Catholic Daughters
of America, on 8unday, Novem-
ber 25.
Mrs. Louise Allen, Chairman of
the Raffle committee, wishes 'to
thank those who bought tickets
or contributed in any way to
make the Raffle a success.
Girl Disc Jockey Joins HOG
Pedro Miguel Boat Club
Has Bingo Wednesday Night
The Boat Club of Pedro Miguel
has announced bingo games for
tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. Two door
prizes will be given and the pub-
lic Is Invited.
Daily Reading
In the Old Testament the
standard expression for piety or
religion Is the "fear of the Lord."
Where there Is true reverence all
lesser fears vanish. Polycarp, an
early Christian pastor, had that
reverence. He was burned at the
stake because he would worship
the one true God alone. People
reasoned with him, "What Is the
harm in saying, 'Caesar Is lord'
and putting the Incense on his
altar and saving yourself?" The
governor commanded him,
sCurse Christ." Polycarp an-
swered, "Eighty and six years
have I served Him and He has
done me no wrong and can I re-
vile my King that saved me?"
Exasperated, the governor said:
"Then I will throw you to the
beasts." "Bring on your beasts"
said Polycarp. "If you scorn the
beasts,\I will have you burnt."
"You try to frighten me with the
fire that bums for an hour and
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Headquarters of the Atlantic Sector entertained with a
cocktail and buffet supper party at the Fort Gulick Officers
Club. Sunday from 4:00 to 0:00 p.m. to honor the departing
former Commanding Officer of the Atlantic Sector, Colonel
James E. Bowen, Jr., and Mrs. Bowen.
Colonel and Mrs. Bowen will leave on the SS Panama
December 7 for Washington, D. C.
lzed Girl Scout Troops are hand
ling the stamps.
The public Is requested to co-
operate In making this worthy
drive as successful as lt has been
In the past.
Tropical flowers and multi-col-
ored foliage were used in the
general decorations and on the
buffet table.
Receiving with the honored
guests were the commanding of-
ficer of the Atlantic Sector. Col.
Henry F. Taylor and Mrs. Tay-
lor. The guests included: Mrs.
James W. Pumpelly, Lt. Colonel
and Mrs. M. E. Webb, Lt. Col.
Gordon B. Patton, Lt. Col. and
Mrs. Robert C. Stump. Lt. Col.
Richard L. Norton, Lt. Col. and
Mrs. Fred G. Stelner. Captain
and Mrs. William G
enz were In charge of the ar-
rangements for the party.
Washington Cotillion Club Dance
The Washington Cotillion Club
held its regular Saturday night
dance in the ballroom of the Ho-
tel Washington, with a large
number of members present.
I.A.W.C. Cooking Class Changed
The class In French Cooking
which Is being offered by Mrs.
Marcelle Grtngolre will meet on
Wednesday of this week Instead
of on Thursday, the regular
meeting date.
Fleet Reserve Auxiliary
On Friday evening a group of
(ladles met In the Fleet Reserve
Among the guests for the even- .Building at the Coco Solo Naval
lng were: Miss Margaret Dagnal Station for the purpose of re-ac-
and Mr. Leslie Whltton of Eng-|vating the Woman's Auxiliary
land who were the guests of Mr.|I Fleet Reserve Branch 59.
and Mrs. David Mcllhenny. Mr. A. M. Pachence, president
uapwuu Mr. and Mrs. E. C Stroop had iOf the Branch, opened the meet-
Roberts, in their party the Misses Ginger lng and presided for the election
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Captain and Mrs. James E. He- Coffey, Betty Farrell. Margaretiof offlcew The following officer
McKenzle. Joyce Flnlayson and i were elected and installed by Mr.
MORNING LISTENERS tuned In to HOG were surprised re-
cently to hear a girl disc jockey on "Off The Record' from
10 to 11:30 am. As far as Is known, this is the first girl
"di" to be heard from a Panama station.
She's Joyce Howard who Is certainly no stranger to ra-
dio. During the last war he was a disc jockey at the AFR8
station In Cairo where she soon won the hearts of American
GI's and British Tommies.
In addition. Miss Howard has appeared in variety shows
on the BBC, and In television In the United States.
Joyce by profession Is a singer, singing In several lan-
guages, and lt Is hoped that HOG listeners may soon be able
to hear her singing as well as talking.
As if all this weren't enough, Joyce Howard has appear-
ed in ballet In England and has made several successful
night clubs In that country and the United States.
Her Limey line of patter is heard every weekday morn-
ing on the "Off The Record" platter show from 10 to 11:30.
Costa Rlcan "Coffee Queen"
and Court Arrive Today
Miss Cecilia Jimenez Blanco, flre th|lt Durn8 for an nour and
the Junior International Cham- you forget the fire of hell that
ber of Commerce Queen ("Coffee never K0e8 out." To rid yourself
ber of Commerce Queen
Queen") of Costa Rica, who Is
coming to Panama as a candidate
for Queen of the Latin American
Convention, will arrive this af-
ternoon with her court at 3:00
p.m. from Costa.Rica.
Memorial Services
To Be Held at Elks Club
Memorial Day Services will be
conducted in the jOka, Ch*_pn
Saturday at 4rf p.nW'The
speaker will be Rabbi Meffteld of
Panana ty. ,,_. .
Following; the Service a light
buffet will be served.
Kant Return
Prom States Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Kartt,
Sr... of Balboa, returned Monday
on the 8.S. Ancon from a vaca-
tion of alx weeks pent with re-
latives In Galnsvllle. New York.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Egoaeae
and Daughter to Sail Friday
Mrv and Mrs. Jack B. Egozcue
and their daughter, Evelyn, will
sail Friday on the S. 8. Ancon
for a vacation on Long Island,
New York, for about two and a
half months. During their stay
they will visit relatives in New
York and New Jersey.
Arrival from Honolulu
Mr. M. Parker, Jr.. of Honolu-
lu, arrived on the Isthmus by
plane on Sunday and Is a guest
at the Hotel El Panama.
Balboa Woman's Club to Meet
The next meeting of the Bal-
boa Woman' Club will be held
on December 12 at 7:30 pm. at
the Jewish Welfare Board Center
in Balboa. A program of Christ-
mas music will be presented by
the La Boca Choir.
Bach attending member Is re-
quested to bring a toy for a child.
sJiftdM* and y* "'
i .
at the

never goes out." To rid yourself
of a thousand gnawing fears feed
on the Word of God that nour-
ished the heroes of the faith.
Miguel Brosiella
Of HP In Honor Unit
Of Culver Academy
CULVER. Ind., Nov. 27 Ca-
det Miguel Brostella. Jr.. from
Panama ha been appointed to
membership in the famous Black
Horse Troop Lancer Platoon at
Culver Military Academy where
tie is a Sophomore this year.
The Lancer 1 a crack honor
unit of Culver horsemen which
stages special drills and exhibi-
tions. Last year it was acclaimed
throughout the Midwest for the
daring and quality of Its riding.
Membership In the Lancers 1
restricted to those Black Horse
Troopers who show special apti-
tude and excellence as horsemen
in the Culver Cavalry program.
Brostella is the son of Miguel
Brostella Mata, of Via Espaa No.
93, Panama, Republic of Pana-
Track Rides Heavy
inois state police thought a truck
carrying a power shovel might be
a little overweight, so they
weighed lt. The truck and load
weighed 113,400 pounds 41.000
pounds over the maximum allow-
able weight.
f .,//,/, '
mann, Captain and Mrs. D. Y.
Heath. Captain and Mrs. Jack
B. Oakley, Lt. and Mrs. Walter
G. McBrlde, WO (JG) and Mrs.
Gordon C. Knight, WO (JG) and
Mrs. Emilio Rodriguez and WO
(JG) and Mrs. Guillermo Casas.
Bon Voyage Supper Party for
Commander and Mrs. Schwarti
Commander J. W. Schwartz,
the Public Works Officer of the
Coco Solo Naval 8tatlon and Mrs.
Schwartz were complimented
with a buffet supper party given
on the roof terrace of the Elks
Home Saturday evening by the
employes of the Public Works De-
partment. Commander and Mis.
Schwartz are sailing on the S.S.
Panama. December 7 for New
York They will go to Seattle,
Washington for Commander
Schwartz's next tour of duty.
Lt. Chester L. Lucas. Assistant
Public Works Officer, served as
master of ceremonies at the par-
ty. The best wishes of the whole
group was extended the honorees
by Mr. William E. CHayer.
A group of friends from the
15th Naval District Public Works
Office were also present,
Messrs. Richard Swearingen,
Paul Moser, John A. Prescott and
Gerald D. Stroop.
Attending with Mr. Lewis E.
Palmer were Mr. and Mrs. T. F.
McGenniss of Pedro Miguel.
Mrs. Clara Barber and Mr. W.
D. Goodwin were the guests of
Mr. R. M. Wllford.
William Badders. a past presi-
dent of the Branch: President,
Mrs. Mary A. Prler. vice presi-
dent, Mrs. Rose Pachence; Sec-
retary. Mrs. MargaretL. Cullen;
Treasurer, Mrs. E. Carolyn Boy-
er; Chaplain. Mrs. Rita cassldy;
Sergeant at arms, Marian
Board of Governors: Mrs. Nina
.Crawford: Mrs. Anna J. Oat-
Adams, the'ridge; Mrs. Nathel Hlckey; Mrs.
the United' Violet 8hank and Mrs. Dora Bell,
Mr. Adams Returns to Isthmus
Mr. William E.
General Agent for
Fruit Company, returned to the i a past president.
Isthmus by plane Saturday even- The following committee chair-
ing. Mr. Adams has been on a I men were appointed: Welfare,
business trip to New York and Mrs. Nathel Hlckey Memberabip.
has visited the Company's head-
quarters In Central America.
Woman's Club
Sponsoring Stamp Sale
The Cristobal Woman's Club Is
again sponsoring the sale of the
Anti-tuberculosis Christmas
Seals on the Atlantic Side of the
Mrs. A. G. Turner Is general
chairman with Mrs. H. E. Plhl-
grea In charge of Cristobal, Mrs.
Hfmmi ">-j William Brooks In charge of Mar-
Commander J. W. garita -and Mrs. Freda Boydston
Cook, Lt. Commander and Mrs. m charge of Gatun.
In Sliver City the newly organ-
AU Patterns In Open Stock
Easy Terms Available

Loin Chops
Rib Chupa
Lug of Lamb
Strictly fresh
PORK CHOPS... 79c. lb.
Our store win be closed
All day Wednesday
MARCH 22-APRIL 6, 1952
Won iiew to exhibit ot thl oiflontx u!r r* the toort of
America' rich dollar market... attended in 1950 by
25 000 buyer, exhibitor Iron 44 notion. See your neoreit
Amorkor. Conulote or "file, coble todoy lor nf fraction.
CUM*, i*i ** w. **?* a*.* u-*-A-
CkX. ten. .te.. Tro* *, Utm H* fort. r
Want to sleep
like a baby?
1 Put aoino PoerrtJM to a ott
> add hot water or milk
4 and you'll have a delicious bov
oras, frt of timulunt. whjc*
will baip you to on joy a rtftri
nothing deep
* rXMTUM ferny mm* Iry M
T. A. Stone. Lt. Dave Felnman,
Lt. F. Hegeman, Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Eaton, Mr .and Mrs. L.
V. Rankin. Mr. and Mrs. Will-
iam G. Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Gor-
don Balblrnie and Ensign and
Mrs. Raymond Miller.
Those attending from the At-
lantic Side were: Lt. Commander,
and Mrs. Paul L. Balay, Major
an dMrs. Eugene L. Hamon. Lt. i
and Mrs. Chester L. Lucas, Mr.
and Mrs. Michael F. Greene, Mr.!
and Mrs. David A. Eberenz. Mr.
and Mrs. William E. OTIayer,
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Klm-
ler Mr. and Mrs. Howard L.
Hennlng, Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Schommer, Mr. and Mrs. H. O.
Whittington. Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt
Porter, Mr. and Mrs. J. Bail-
kowskl. Mc and Mrs. L. J. I
Fletcher, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Page. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Evans,
Mr. and Mr. Larry Celluccl. Mr.
and Mrs. Wallace Andrews, Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Hardy, Mr. and
Mrs. David Coffey, Mr. and Mr.
Richard Danielson. Miss Marga-
ret Pierce. Mrs. M. DeRusha. Mr.
and Mrs. V. V. Infuse, Miss Ann
Wlchner. Captain Hugh Maloney,
Mrs. A. Degen and Messrs. Clar-
ence Margeson. F. L. MacLaugh-
lin, Adam Paul, Julius J. Kovach,
palge Holliday, Joseph A. Ander-
son Ernest F. Wurdemann. John
Maxwell. C W. Burke, G. L. Ed-
wards. W. W. Huffman. James;
Wlndham, Alvln J. Da vi, Ver-;
non Shoemake, Edward Brett,
Ralph E. Leathers and Harry B.
Whitney. -
Mrs. Michael Greene with Mes-
srs O'Hayer, Hennlng and Eber- j
Mrs. Violet Shank, Unit Activity,
Mrs. Nina Cranford and Mrs.
Anna Catridge, Publicity, Mrs.
Lavinla Badders, Americanism,
Mrs. Marian Brown. Historian,
Mrs. Harriett Lovelace and Hos-
pital. Mrs. Rita Cassidy.
The members present were Mrs.
Dora Bell, Mrs. Nathel Hlckey,
Mrs. Rose Pachence, Mrs. Anna
J. Oatrldge. Mrs. Mary Prlen,
Mrs. Violet Shank. Mrs. Rita
Cassldy. Mrs. Marlon Brown,
Mrs. Nina Cranford. Mrs. Roma
Lawson. Mrs. E. Carolyn Boyer,
Mrs. Margaret L. Cullen, Mx.
(Continued on rage 6IX)
It's the soup most folks like best!
Young and old alike welcome the restful
flavor of this famous soup. And if so nourish-
ing, too! Every bowlful brims with health-
bringing goodness, for Campbell's choose
only the finest, most luscious tomatoes, blends
them with rich creamery butter. For an extra
delicious, extrm nutritious treat
add milk to make a tempting
cream of tomata Serve it soon.'
m WalitJa 2). Sn,ilk
Special representative of

wi be in our COLON store THURSDAY,
FRIDAY and SATURDAY of this week.
Avail yourself of her experienced advice
on problems of skin care and make-up.
Make your appointment for G>mplimentary
Skin Analysis.

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25 or 60 CYCLES
Down 70.00 Monthly
711 Bolvar Coln Tel. 4

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SB-j I SPRINGFIELD. Mass.. Nov. 37
SALE.N*w -..led
in perfect cord :~
p.ices or.O trr>. C-" -;;* A fa-
ro. S. A No. 25 Pe- Ae. Pon.
. o.Ti* City. Pcierr"*
POR SALE:D.nngroorr set. S40
. Crie bid. $30. Caile Du-
an Nc. 15.
POR SALE:- Phi.ipp.r* Rctton bc-r-
'. boo livingrcon set. gz ilOve. 'our
' burners. des*, sout" sed. bcb>
cr.b. Phone 916. Z: :-
FC' SALE:Sietes see Aum.mster
rrcoerr rug 9 x '2 >rh t!Cr pcd
Houre 5*-*. Cocc -? A.
FOR SALE:S'ud.o ::-:-. acod ::
d 0
House C-i3-B. Anr;-
rfTngtro-0:s For the b'jving o $*: inf. cf
outemb'e conu t Agt^; Cs Cos-
mes. S A, Autcrr.cb e *: n.c BAIL
29. Telephone :-4~2 Penen-a
FOR SALE194S &xgr Conert.b'e
*,uid dr've. ree : \^ W. -r>
duty ooid. Evce c:-c her
reasoooble Cs Z-:-~2 over 5:-
0* t* have
------ Write
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an.kma ssejMearfi CASINO SANTA CLARA
|Cabins, food, swimming. No reserva-!
tions necessary. Choice lots for sole.)
BONDSBoil and Guarantee Houses ON MACH Sarita
pony S A.. No 78 "B" Ave Phone SHRAPNEL B*lboa
Aacea. C. Z.
Tel 2-3076. 8c* 1352; Colcn
Agencv Central Avenue 12167.
Tel 63v
or see caretaker there, also house!
ol CERRO CAA4>ANA mountains.
Fee *n*r
*> f .r,*e,
Year 1UICK *> CHEVROLET Dealer
FR SALECock^pi,
'eg-stered 231 -A Gotun.
5-291. Port. & Sol.ds.
Pfc-iie. Oceonsid. cottages. Sonto1
Claro. Boa 435. Balboo. Phonal
Ponorno 3-1877. Cmtobol i- 1673
Gromlich' Sonto Cloro beoch-
coMeges. Electric lea ooxes. gas
stoves, moderte rotas. Phono 6-1
?41 or 4->67
cen be seen rrom 5 to 6 50 pijj SALE- __
Valle. Room $2.00 daily per per-
son. Meals a la Corte. Reserva-
tions. Telephone Ponamo 2-1 I 12
FCR SALE:3 p e:e >->*nooc-. -
.rg-ocm ;et SSC.CC. Ac-iton
c -groon- set S'"C.CC. 54"-L
Vcgcc- S C ;S"0. bitee" '.'.'.
c-3 6.00 p -
iW.llioms Sonto Clora Beoch Cottoges.
UICR *> CHEVROLET Dealer To bedrooms "
gos ranges.
Fngidoires, Rock-
Balboa 2-3050.
FO" SALES.e- *j. coses, vor-
o.s sixes e:e t-t :z-c t c-
S1CC.0O 'c- : or s--
p:-:-# \. Phore ;-'CSS rr-4
?: Cic-gr C:^.pe
Coronet D'pio>; : ro ?on
-te side -til -r< 5C0 n-.les Yaw
For intormotror- opp 1-xrs.c-
r-es Ge-^eroies. S A Jose Frc-
..C,SCT l*~ -'. .** 3 S FOR SALE -AKC~ reo.^i3 ~bcv-c
FOR SALE.94- Ford p^gi ve-^ Coefca pup. Otrs. 53.B. A.brcck
gocd czr !____________ ~IMOli
Fcsn ood & :ale at a I rstcnds. We atfl nonce ''oae'n furnished-unfurnished opart-
It is actually cheaper
to buy a
than to accept any other
as a Gift.
Besides Protection Against
Injury, they save many
times their value In cost
POWER alone.
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-II4
---- r, ___
Putnam Interested lji>USS feaSiftr- ta *hom#
terdty selected Roger L. Put- jftRrf tj Small chain*.,. ^
pn?.n'5e,?-be,, 0,af oW Wewithi MunloMBoarlt? \?l
\Tn&*n family and one-time West on vacation h.,'t ? .Kei
Democratic candidate for gov- member of the ^ *
ernor of Massachusetts, as the tv tM Presidents par-
mtatotrRtotalC 8ttb4,1*t,on M-[ fifH was mentioned ,arl-
"SrT^man gave the 57-ye.r-ceS'K t JS?S
ttch= wtrttt snS^^ 8m"1
described as a "tough imE SttHu XofchTJ? i(^i.!."n"me- the PreWent fol-
ment" his appointment as a5>> ^iSiSr^5Lffi?MLC,^w.^ gag.."""** her oresslne
post to succeed Eric Johnston, S!Jf '^ t,ouhW41Tn<1 con- rler pline. *^ cour*
and now U prel-i The President.
I'm glad to hear
Putnam, prominent Democrat
and father of six children, said
he "kind of had the idea" he
would get the job. He aald he
I had conferred about the posi-
tion with Mobilization Director
Charles E. Wilson.
"It's a tough assignment," he
Putnam, who will be 58 Dec.
10 Is a descendant of two of
New England's most dlstln-
up earlv this
for break-
--2""2. Pcnr-
Apart merit*.
Oh- a hr. late!
>r_- orders AGVOAS STEER. S A Apcrtodc 'J*' oiUce 8061- ,0,h Sh*i. New!
"3\ Te*epsooe Paoomo 2-12>9. Crittopa|. elaphone 1386 Colon.
S-*ct Ir Percates
Y*-r rjICK *> CHEVROLET Deal*'
V\- :0 C ear *.*: -=g$ lob
!?- Pj fe Ae' con
roo opcrir-c-t f_rn :hed bv De-
"OR SALE:1941 6 CW Hudson 4
C::- Sdc- N.evr bearings, ne'
C" nts. new rings, recently instal-
Valves regrcund. First S'75i
O-N fe Mt
1st fpr
Joe Hcf*rrar.
marr ed r^upie
tenes cor. May b* seen of Navy
Exchcnge Garage, Rodman. If in-t
lerested. contact owner ot 25-,fOR SALE: Umci nwser trons-
i;82. any week-day between 8 &: [*"*'. never used. 60 cycle
FOR SALE1950 De Luxe Chev-I
rolet 2 door. 7.000 miles, under-
conted. duty paid. Excellent care
Coll Panama 3-3748. ofter six.
$25.00. 1490-D. Dohrmon St.
a few
Real Estate
Helo Wonted
FOR SALE:Chalet three bedrooms.
800 M land, situated in 13 ond
R street Porque Lefevre. behind!
Mueblera Ideal. Tel. 3-1216.
ond Jaime Ingrom, piano
teochers. Give private lessons. Coll
3-3083. appointment.
FOR RENT: Lar* *,, th,
Wraom oaar'Wnt with twe
mom fcafWaaau. aUniageeaai, liv-
mflraaan. diainaroom. I,.,
prvate parch tee fcaalreea.
vaars rases rfc bath, fantac
rater, veaetua Mads, locker
reaea saser house .11 aja.
feter imW .Is. loaadry raoaa.
est ratia'eatial sectiaai. Raa* $150.
00. Fia..* ftmmmm 2-0027 I
Tel. 3-1713
*22 E. 29th 8L
SanS ottlS-h worId w,rs M *!*$ wlh hls "*
new England's most dlstin- He Is married. Is a Catholic prWe8'of^anfmtd.thw.slnBin5
guished families the Lowells "d haa sue children. didn't t ,, ZmIl!!!?**"}
and the Putnaras. Hit famUy name Is one of New to eat with th. ^ ^Sl1' '*rly
He was the first man In this *nIa.nd's historic onei; coupled! atUSJS!**** ^entlve.
city's history to serve "
for three terms. He
1937. 1939 and 1941.
After breakfast, the President
e as mayor.'with the Lowells and the Ca"o^ went to K MffSSs.
^i^deSo^ aS mSFSfSSl*t
blistering tropical sunlight.
Hatel Fl Paaaau
Offers stocks for sale: Coca
Cola < lay Products -Faena
y Luz (common) Forestal
Prod acta.
Wants to buy stock of Brew-
er". _
TELS.: 1-411 }-!(**
Be popular ot your parties or at
donees. Leom the lotast in Ball-
room doncing. Balboa YMCA
Harriett & Dunn.
gorden end
maitie work
'.Tel. 2-0610 Panam.
WANTED: English speaking moid
neot. for generol housework. Must
be n;0d leundre. $40.CO month-
ly. B!eier 58 Cubo Ave. Apt. 8
FOR SALE: Five-acre fruit farm,
twenty-six miles from town, year-
round-river. $3.500.00. Term,
ovoiloble. Telephone Bolboa 1772.
couole for work inj
for laundry and do-i
Quarters furnished.IF0R SALE OfTrENT: Beautiful
corner lot, one block from Central
Be popular, leorn Ballroom Doncing
from popular instructors. Balboc
YMCA or Box 106, Belboo. Hornett
& Dunn.
* Pereda*
cus rotJ-BUILT
SBfcoaer ReophoUtery
visit otm aaow-BooMi
Putnam. Dresident of Package Catholic signer of the Deciara-
Machine Co. of Longmeadow.!tion of Indepedence.
has been one of the most pro- ..futnam ran unsucceasfuljv In motor tt ~~ ""
aresslve Industrialists In New!16 for the MtJselistti1>^
England. His firm Initiated the,norahlp. "* tov rent uth-rr?tnf^ f her cur"
flve-day work week and profit-!, M*. Tmman has long con- After Rtoa?nJ^i- m -
ass sssjn'ssa syp*-mr fcffii^S
The present, according to USJR **!!* 05 little
5001fources. w*nted Michael V.
DISaUe. now head of the Office
of Price Stabilisation, to have
the job after Johnston left.
But DiSalle has shown little
A director of several western
Massachusetts Industrial con-
cerns. Putnam Is sole trustee of
the Lowell observatory at Flag-
staff, Ariz., a member of the
visiting committee of the Har-
vard observatory and a noted
amateur astronomer.
Atlantic Society...
'Continued Prom Pare PTVE)
t. between Jose Vollorino Uarri** t___i
N" Streets. 1485 Mtrs. Tel.!?,".!,fv.eIace an" M" Lavl-
fa On Tr'al T F^ Wart me MrHr$
Sister Of Wife
In Murder Suicide
Talks With DA
nia Badders.
At the same Ume that the Aux-
iliary was being re-organired, the
Branch was holding their meet-
The plans made during the
eve-.unu concerned the sport shirt
idanre to be given Saturday. Dec.
Bl" '-'"h-ranking officials of the lie and committed suicide last'
N"' Justice Ministrv went on Friday morning, was drunk at --------
trie] today before a German the time of the crime, was dls- M r n u/i... ,.
cort charged with murder and ^d yesterday by Cecilia San- ThW !!'!",, ^orn,n* Co,fe
al'ing and abetting murder. chez. a .sister ol the dead woman.L,2 x,mX,n'nlyniornlng coffee
Tlie defendants, in what ap-' .Questioned by the DA while,oniiVV,,,m ? >Wvles C,UD ofFort
P'ars to be the greatest political f'ttlng up in bed In a ward of o\,n K J1 ? Ve'd Wednesday at
trial in Germany this year are, Santo Tomas Hospital, Ceci-
charged with having committed Jr 8aidshe dld not know what
crimes between 1942 and 1944 iine, motl?ve.or1,te crfme was-
when they allegedly delivered But 8new testified that Gonza-
"thousands" of prisoners to the |2L?fPS hi0mv drVnk an.d asked
Gestapo for "transfer to and 11- ,r gake "S***** f.or Un.
Ration in the concentration t*SVJ&lZS?JSi
xalez, without speaking to her.
He lay there until breakfast was
Susana asked him if he was
angry about something, but
when he did not answer she de-
clared that she would take one
of her three sons, who was ail-
ing, to tne hospital.
FOR RENT:To room aportment
unfurnished. apply Vio Espaa I06r
ocross police booth, opartment 5
Far Barter
Smoet & Parades
Without Worry o/3re j|
entirely renovated and well far-
"ishad. Rates reasonable. Bache-
tors oaly. Inquire at The
ricaa Claa faciag Da
wfriV'1 S1 leMe the "little
_?..! iJJ?e .Pi .ctr tody nd
WI'|te House this morning.
hvSi? rr*n.t ? for utlne
2SS./ th.e crew' then lnto
Miami for two-days liberty for
the crew members. After a two-
U TlToli Ate. Pan. Z-2BM
FOR. RENT:Cleon furnished room.
Modern conveniences. Kitchen pri-
vileg. No. 13, 43rd Street.
go low, on
-Furnished smoll
Sobonas moin
LI. Col. K. Hosier
New Provost Marshal
For Atlantic Sector
FT. OULICK. Nov. 27 The
new Atlantic Sector Provost Mar-
Accused are Rudolf Marx. 71-
Sar-old senior civil servant In
I Justice Ministry, Dr. Albert
Hupperskwlller. 50-year-old Min-
istry Council and Prledrich Wll-
helrn Meyer, 49, Supreme State
Also accused are Dr. Otto
Ouendner, Kurt Olese and Her-
bert Peter, all former members
r the "Fuehrer's Chancellory."
The trial Is expected to last
four weeks, and more than a
hundred witnesses will be heard.
Tomato Juice or Pur Nelson
Cerned Beef Cabbage
/ Boiled Potatoes
Hot Rolls Butter
Oreen Salad Dessert
Coffee Tea Beer
She told the DA that Gonzalez
got up from the breakfast table
ripped her dress at the bosom
and told her that she was not
going anywhere. When 8usana
insisted. Gonzalez grabbed a ta-
ble knife and stabbed her In the
chert. Immediately afterwards
he pulled his service revolver and
shot Cecilia In the arm when she
tried to come to her sister's aid.
After Cecilia left the room to
run for help, the policeman shot
his wife and turned the gun on
t Cecilia told the DA that Gon-
zalez had always threatened to
kill Susana and I
9:30 a.m. at the home of "the
president, Mrs. Pauline Marsh.
This is an Important meeting
and all members are urged to be
present. They are reminded to
brine thread and Christmas
Scotch Tape to make Christmas
lockings for the orphanage.
StesV* ""^ ln C3ABCARIB
School Graduation
The formal graduation ceremo-
v?f S1 the USAR CARIB School
which were scheduled for De-
cember 1st. will be held on Trrurs-^0pm-*tthC
Tigers Club
Planning Gala Dance
The Tigers Club is planning a
dance to be held at the Monaco
Garden on December 1 from 8:00
pm to 4:00 a.m. Music will be
L .,hed by Boza's Orchestra.
Pllcets Conjunto will furnish
music for the National Dances.
The candidates for queen of the
coming festival will be presented.
Thespians to Present
"The Night of January 1"
Thespian Troupe 217 of Crlsto-
Jain as far Cocktails- 1
from to 6 o m
IMTlZtRS 'On T(it House
25 c.
then htaSf if .%!* wm Present the
r try o leave hlmj^^ aTs.t^ToVnt'
ber 30 and December l in the
auditorium of the high school
This to a murder trial and the
Jury will be selected from the au-
dience before the trial begins.
Thto makes the verdict an uncer-
The leading parts are token by
Robert Cranberry, the District
Cen. Morris Flies
To Pentagon Parley
The Corrnnandey In Chief. Ca-
ribbean Command, Lt. Gen. Wil-
liam H. H. Morris. Jr., left early
this morning by military air for
Washington. While there, Gen.
Morris will attend the semi-an-
nual Army Commanders' Con-
ference at The Pentagon.
He is accompanied by Major
Warren H. stutler and Lleuten-
| ant Commander James K. Wills,
I Army and Navy aid respectively
The Commander in Chief ex-
pects to remain ln the United
States for approximately ten
reasonable nice home for shal to Lt. COl. Kenneth K. Kol-
bocheior only. Box tor who arrived at Port Gullck
recently with his family. Col.
-1Kolster replaces Lt. Col. Pred G
8telner wno had been Sector Pro-
57, Ancon, C. Z.
Air Force Corporal
Railroaded Into
Fighting Infantry
Approved Jap
Draws Fears Of
Unfair Com^Htkni
LONDON, Nov. 27 CUT)No-
body here to very enthusiastic
about the Japanese peace treaty
Bill, which was approved by a
244 majority in the House of
Commons yeatordajf. u
Members from both sides of
the Houseprincipally those re-
presenting textil areas in Lan-
cashire and light engineering
and textile areas ln the Mid-
landsvoiced grave fears about
a lack of definite provision a-
gainst "unfair" Japanese com-
A group of U Labor members,
including Aneurin Bevan, most
powerful rebel in the Labor
Party, voted for outright rejec-
tion of the bill, not only because
they said lt falls to provide
protection for British trade, but
also because lt would permit
Japan to rearm fully with Un-
ited Stotosbacklng.
Argentine Claim
To Falkland*
Restated In UN
By Colbrairh
ZSb v.J.ohn J- Murphy, Jr., 20,
rt ^nh, Parent* here thai he
E5J2 the wrong train on his
gSS? in Korea and wound up
fighting on the front line tor 92
PARIS, Mov. 27 (UP) Argen-
tine delegate Andrs Sangulne-
vost Marshal since January 25, tU told the Trusteeship Com-
1949. I mlttee of the United Nations
here today that the "so-called
A native of Milwaukee, Wls- ~
cousin, Col. Kolster entered the
Army as a private on March 25,
1941 and was commissioned a
second lieutenant after having
graduated from the Military Po-
lice School at Fort Riley, Kan-
After various tours of duty in
the States, he served with the
North African theater of opera-
tions and the European theater
teJtaJBJL?. Korean pollceman'of operations during World War
train alle^dfv S^ hn V H "* OUght ,n **& rnnct
bormg^v^^t &- entitled to wear the
age near his air ter-
group headquarters.
Attorney; the Defending Attor-
ney will be played by Don Mc-
Laughlin; the defendant is Mies
Jo-Ann Recela.
Mise Mary Jeanne Wlesen to
coaching the show.
Mr. and Mrs. Krogh
Return from Wedeirg Trip
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C
Krogh returned Sunday by plane
m Ifrom their wedding trip to CosU
J e11 asleeD on tfte train and
Inl."!? of the 38th Par-
HP tHeUrtPy sai,d.ln the le"er.
He tried to explain to officers
of a cavalry regiment that he
was lost and wanted to go back
to his ferrying group.
_3*5L; said. "They thought I was iurt
trying to get off !he front line
So someone pushed a rifle m
^lJnPrh.y,?,hai?ds and he was sent
?,HdatUf.By the tlme he Per-
suaded officers his story was
'< e"* were 'oo hot on tS
front to do anything about It
The airman became a rifleman
He took part In more than 13 pa-
trols and won the combat Infin-
tryman's badge ""a
Finally, the Army found time
aj2,VesUgate W c*e nd ri!
h,sroutfltWr0ng-Way murphy" 1;
But ln between times he was
on'th."?5 A^?^*hu>'fightS!
on the front line in some of tS
hardest baUlesjjf th~war T?
Bronze Star Medal, the Commen-
dation Medal and the French
Crolx de Guerre with Silver Star.
Col. and Mrs. Kolster (for-
merly Mary Parrar of Beverly
Hills, Rossville. Georgia) and
their 20-month-old daughter
Kristina are temporarily residing
at Fort Davis, but will move to
Fort Gullck in the near future.
High Blood P
If 7n** SH**4 Freeaare asake*
res disir. ksv* ala* ar*aa
aaart. taaali*a. tart kraara. in-
Slaaatloa. taJpitatsoa. aatf sawoaa
aUaa, yea eaa aat alam sastaat
akaasist far RTWOX taaar aa/taal
Falkland Islands." or the
Malvinas in 8panlsh"have al-
ways been by natural right Ar-
gentine territory."
Sanguinettl aid his delega-
tion had "objected to the in-
accuracies In the United Na-
tions documents, where the
Falkland Islands were listed as
British territory.''
He told 60 nations of the
committee that "my delegation
wishes to declare that the Ar-
gentine Republc does not re-
cognize Britain's sovereignty
over the Islands.
"It wishes to nuke the re-
servatlon that these Islands, as
well as Argentine Antarctic, are
historically. geogrfkshiesOly and
Jurladiclally parroT Argentina."
Cartc3fT*|Aic Exams
Gvil Service
HfJfT* ** l"* *"<*' Of On neighborhood
Bernard Shaw Memorial Plan
Makes World Bid For Funds
launched from the London head-: appeal Its^benefit. .v!f^Unfi
g P^or. of the ^^%^J?$?
^Th. world to a fresher more -SSelc^^
rttaulaMng pJ*ce lor the 94 years iciute the puWrcatton ?!
ned in order to ocure that fresh-
ness and stimulus for the gen-
erations to come.
The United States Civil Ser-
"His house, which he gave to
the public, will be maintained as
he left It and open to 41.
"It is the setting In which he
composed many of the M plays
Ice commission has announced f-nd 90 books that hare contri-
an examination for filling carto- touted to his immortality.
grapher and cartographic aid
positions at salaries ranging
from 92300 to tjtt a year, and
for cartographic draftsman po-
"Through Shew Award g
project that would have especial-
ly appealed to one who bad to
sttlons paying from $2,900 to $4,- carve bis own tame the way
5S: a'id. are raiding at Sea*
Mr? veK?labl eights ,
n.riith *"* U tne I0"ner Mis*)
Judith Ann Smith, daughter^*!' 3
309 a year.
The positions are located ln
Washington. D. C, and vicinity.
A few fleld-service-at-large po-
sitions will also be filled.
Full Information and applica-
tion form may be secured from
the Board oftr. 8. Civil Service
will be made easier for young
men and women whose genius
can enrich the world, or can be
00 Mwling Tonight
__^n^ meeting of the
EefVlee >52S ^PUr JIOC-CIO to-
. C 2, aJ win bt bold ttbe Peelfle
aj 0f. Clubhouse tonight beginning at
PjSW.CIv1I.T:I0. ^
, Washington All members and friend* are
i will be ac urged to attend thto meeting as,.
[ notice is the matter* relative to retirement for OfTCe.
in Washhig. Local-Rat* employee and ether Hi has l|\ed ln McCaulstf.
beiterlU will be discussed. Tesas since his retirement.
E. D. Mason, Former
PRR Assistant Mgr.
Dies In Rotan, Tex.
Edwin D. Mason, who retired
in 1941 as Assistant to the Gen-
eral Manager of the Panam
RaUroad, died Saturday in the
hospital at Rotan, Texas, ac-
cording to information received
hy friends on the Isthmus. He
was 72 year* old.
He served as Assistant to the
Oeneral Manager from 19S7 to
1941 and was office assistant In
the same office for three years
before that.
Born In Comsncbe. Texas, he
M a teacher, clerk and ales-
man In various town* In Texas
from 1900 to 1916. He was em-
ployed as clerk In the Receiving
end Forwsrdlng Agency ln Dec-
ember 1915 and served In that
unit and in the Accounting De-
partment as clerk ud account-
ant until he became office as-
sistant In the Oeneral Managers


Taft Charges Unions Out spent
GORForces In 1950 Ohio Fight
Written fot NEA Service
It seems to me that most Ca-
nada players fall to take full ad-
vantage of their position when
they win the first big; discard
pile in this situation It is often
possible to aet a stranglehold on
the discard pile for the rest of
that hand.
y3u,TwooiwqaaA) -:*mimjm*!i J*T U w^'tJ3m^^SS^&
Barrymore. Jr.. as *n MOM Star? >* them I *^**\yw win the first pile. After your
"There's nothing Id Hhe bet- the girl in the musical who dMn t 0, Joter_JOr_5-5-5-5. you
tar," the yMflgeet of the Barry- stag r dance. ; havf, elgnteen cards left In your
marta confided, "bat so far it's ta hand. Those eighteen cards ln-
the talking stage. It would be1
IfEA Staff Correspondent
WASHINGTON, Nov. 27.(UP)Sen. Robert
A. Taft Struck back at critics of his 1960 Ohio cam-
paign yesterday amid charges that a Senate inquiry
into the race was inspired by Republican backers of
Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower for President.
Taft testified that a "sinister" campaign with
"peculiar Communist overtones" was waged again9t
him in his successful bid for reelection last year by
the Truman Administration, labor leaders and the
Communist Party. "After all. my father my aunt I n*^!* J wal? of .\'! i deuces., and" several
He accused them of using "class hatred." the tag-jjy* uonei ^WtSWWiBKJj*^^^
"religious issue" and "lies and misrepresentations i John.s Uving with his sister, J**2*??-iXIsl ^,'rurthlssUeYourayn^a'le'i^:
about my personal life" in a vain effort to defeat W gouywood ftH^ff^^^^
him. upcoming role In "Androcles and &e wuBttte type for indoor. dliK,ard ^le and tnen t0 DUlld up
He also denounced as "untrue" President Tru- W^ 52 his own boudoir movies., # ^^^TiTyC f
man's charge that "special interests poured huge H,tftl,BW.Mvll.t.r,llv.rv The fllm _.._ of 8wan get anywhere close to that go;
sums into Ohio to buy the election for him. \J&3tm%S!1mS voces' W'SSft t ttSfiiEUtfSf"
Taft said his opponents spent about three tpu ou. about ggftj^sg ta^S? lAiBWtPSS first discar, ffld be ,
as much as was spent in his behalf.
?/vr-Hiihhnc,uoe tw0 black threes, a few!
-irftl. L,X2i5ri52 fun,"hi< scattered high cards, a pair of!
After all. my father, my aunt|of_Corlnne_ Calm, resum bis;deucMi# an{* unnl lQw" cardg
_ sevens),
meld anything else at
Taft testified before the Ben-'of all literature in
' or an uierniure in bumiii eh-. of heart
ate Elections Committee as It elections with "some official In ^ ^^ u would hap.
opened an investlcatlon of the Washington m^luta Were both a couple of slices
election in which Taft over-! subcommittee counsel John fff-JSMi*hani".
whelmingly defeated State Au- Moore Introduced a compila-,0" ine oia .n~- .
ditor Joseph T. Ferguson. 'tlon ahowing
: acting, bin in the second feminine MM. IM-.W tea if vanara ttsaini
,she kept saying that she wasn't John Nasht who'll produce:ln ,{* ^^other^c"^!!
national Interested. Now he's had a London, will recruit a video per- on mav rtlscarrf on, of th.
former for the role.
safe, you may discard on* of the,
low cards. The black three Is bet-1
ter. however, because it will give'
_. _,, ..... your partner an absolutely safe,
Stanley Kramer wlUippeu* dUcard ,f he tg lucky enough t0;
the Navy's "honor" to secure na-
' the Nsvy's "honor" to secure na- nlpk .._ ,_. _,_. ].
"in rShta re-' hush-hush but Paul Hen-val cooperation for Ms film ver- pic up tne nexL pue
Ferguaon, who has accused central committee ini Ohio re-. M Qnl moWeg^ P-y, best-selling, -The1 --
Taft forces of excessive cam- ported campaign receipts *"".....
ling, will testify to- $1,804.
day Including
There have ^n conflteting.for yarwus Taii-ior-oen.or,.^--onded"film:! "TakeltjdrJper'oTne; mtae'sVeeperwlll|tnao''e'le"ven carda after he'haal
char,|M 5 H?h?qArimmu- Sen ifa. Mike Monronev iCare of My LitUe Girl"... Band not be pictured as an Annapolis .melded. He is trying to Increase,
Your partner must not pick up,
Taft forces of mg^J^n^^jyff&^SS&^ltaM fraternity haaing based calne Mutiny." There will be a.the pile at his next turn. He wlfiI
palgn spending, will testify to- $_l,i04.182 for Its 1950 v.rift,i. Taft.for-Sntorllt's as controversial as Fox's so- "Mutiny" and the psychopathic: he will find himself with fewer.
various iii rorlty-backgrounded fllm. "Takeltklpper of the mine sweeper will than eleven cards after he has,
lincea. tuna nivl" Kinri nt v.* Mh* trt lrt(r*Qf>

Her most exclt-ng story since
"MilJred Pierce" hit
the screen!
Crawford Youn g Lovejoy
Goodbye, My Fancy
EVE ARDEN vincent Sherman henry bl^nke SSSSLs:-
Presidentlal nomination and hie estimate that his opponents
that it was Inspired by an anti- spent $3 for each one spent by
Taft faction within the Re-: his suDporters.
publican Party.
Committee Chairman Guy M.
Gillette ever, that Its sole purpose is to
help draft "remedial" legisla-
tion to improve the election
laws before the election-next
fall. ,
As the hearing opened, former
Rep. W. Kingsland Macy R-
N.y.) protested in a telegram
to the committee that It
Taft said fee never arrived
at an exact dollar total. But
he notad that the SlUJtC
total for Taft committee "far
S.Me.MO voters it ear* It
cents a voter." Of the remain-
ing ll.3M,Mf received by the
state committee, Taft estim-
ated that "no more than
SlOt.eot or S2M,M" should be
credited ta his own campaign.
Norma Shearer's radio emot- _
in In "Waterloo Bridge" has ooo.
turned the trick and the movie |
scripts are rolling in. She tells
Intimates that she turned down
the lead role in Susan Yorke's
., | "The Widow" because the hero-
Taft attributed his election line was too young.
Tip-off to Norma's change of
heart' about a movie comeback:
She's enrolled her kiddles in
schools near Hollywood Instead of
sending them to Switzerland.
;cards in his hand. For the same.
The song hit, "Jezebel," it now reason he must not meld from
can be told, changed hands on his hand. He must stand pat at:
between scenes flip of a coin. Harry Bluestone his next turn.
Big Sky": "I'm a ter- and Hal Blalr, dissolving their At your own next turn, the dls-
music-publishing p a r t n ershlp,card pile will contain four cards,
flipped coin for each of their, do not pick it up. Discard safely'
song properties. Blair won "Jeae- and give vour partner the chance
be!"and a profit dose to $100,- to get the pile.
1 At this second turn, your part-,
ner will find six cards In the dis-
card pile. He should pick It up'
Buddy Baer.
of "The _
irlfic ad libber. I never forget any-
thing once I hear it."
eye-catching ski-skating en-
semble designed by Jacques
Jeim of Paris will be seen this
winter at the swankier winter
resorts. It features a sleeveless,
flared tunic jacket in white
Mongolian fur and a Medleval-
Btyle headpiece in Jewel-trim-
med black felt. Underneath, a
black wool sweater will be
worn." And If the weather Is
frightfully cold. It will be black
wool tights. (NEA-Acme photo)
ito 6 cmkou.. ma MM 9mtmmt SaH Ohm
Ing used by satellites" of Got. victory to the "enthusiasm"
Thomas E. Dewey of New York ahown by the Republican or-
to "embarrass Senator Taft." ganlzation
Dewey is supporting Gen.: He said there was a "lack of.
Dwight D Eisenhower for the! enthusiasm" on the labor side
Republican nomination. and a resentment in the regular.
Gillette told the committee Democratic organization against | I asked the bar-bells king of
he wanted to "repudiate M:ciO-AFL officials coming Into Hollywood, granlte-flsted
strongly as I can" Macy's sug-jthe
gestin that there li "jih
terior political purpose behind njlC fninnUt* fait
the hearing. He said there never DflO lOlUPieiCB Vl
has been any "political bias or, < ., at p^-**,
prejudice" in the committee's fOT Late Ut rtrty
i Tail testified that a It-page
four-color eemlc bee* etr-
alated atast istfiwa per-
haps "the eleet infamous
piece of political propaganda
ever devised." The bee* de-
picted Taft as a taol of big
basinese who was ant ta feel
the people.
Taft submitted
Neal, If It waa true that he had i
a publishing offer to write his,
memoirs under the title, "I Was:
on Him like a Cat."
Nealfrewned and said: "Where
did thai come Item? The news-
avn miaoeted me. I didn't sav
Marv.Adeli* Mortay, Clalr Oodi it I dent talk that way."- f
by and Bdna Hart'complete the "" ~ _. '1
cast Of 17 speaking oarts In "Uft | Now that Marlene Dietrich s.
of the Partv." scheduled for pre- "The Blue Angel" Is playing the
sentatlon at the Diablo Theater ,tv circuit, there's talk of a re-
On Tuesday and Wednesday of,make with her daughter in the.
next week. title role... Dean Martin and;
In addition to the studied |jrry Lewis are all set for "Sum-
nnni, ~a roles, an even dozen ^'guests" former Camp." In which the boys
20,000-word ,h. ._. fft,iftwtaff the Drom sre ill nlav Bov Scout instructors.
ne pcapw. -.___.j roles, an even aozen bubbi mtr i/imp, .** --j
Taft submitted a 30,000-word ,. e [y ioliowm8. the prom are wm play Boy Scout Instructors,
statement and protagraphed:sched7,]ed to take part In the,
documents In an effort to sup- Droduction. Carroll Adams and Hedv Lamarr will have Artui
nnrt his eriareea that his op-1. n,.k. T_ w-riiv -n>inc- 4> onrHnva nri Oar Moore i
port his charges that rta-op-iBob Roche; Jr
w----- nCT1, ^-.. ------------Arturo
,., ..------ bod tiociie. j... Marlly Beving- de Cordova and Oar Moore as
ponents "apparently would stop Um and Sam Maphi,; ?tra Col- j^r co-stars In "Gentle Murder
at nothing" to try and block ;u and xommv Smith: Marie the picture shell make south of
his re-election-to the Senate p( ^j, d jrwln Frank: Anne the border.
They were guilty of excessive^ Kurt Meniei; ghlrley
use of money, pouring funds fcnd Murray Faik. SheUey Winters Is playing an-
Into Ohio from every state in Wlm tne B)OA mgh School other starring role for Jerry Ltw-
the union," he said. orchestra, under the direction of j, TO a 16mm. home movie. This
-Thev used false front organ- Mr. Victor Herr, will play the time it's "The Re-Enforcer,' with
lzaffi:They sem^~an>etb.g- overture and the music between s^ney flaying Rocco. a lady
If he can. If he cannot, he must
find a safe discard.
At your own second turn, the
pile will contain .eight cards if
,your partner has been unable to
; take It. You must pick It up your-
self If you can. There Is too much
danger, otherwise, of losing it to
one of the opponents.
Then you must begin once,
more the process of passing up
one pile in the hope that your
: partner can take the second pile
that comes to him. As soon as he
gets one small pile you can'
breathe more freely, for he will
have two or three safe discards
you will then be able to let the
pile grow a little bigger each time
(without fearing that an oppon-
ent will get it away from you.
Bad Debt Paid
DELAVAN, Wiv (UP) Hon-
lesty, like murder, will out. Mrs.
Burnie Flanders found $17 in a
letter the Other day. The accom-
panying letter said "this Is what
I owed your father who died 24
years ago

bookie. Her theme music Is the
love tune from "A Place In the
8S-"!i^^ to the active tic-
nain on lies and misrepresenta-'ket-selllng campaign tickets and
^Furthermore." he added.Jthejcured in the lobby of the Diablo ^"th Henry Fonda, to a tltletlP-
SWlS MlSS-Jsdueline Den-
tn, who was "Miss Switzer-
land" now proudly wears the
ribbon designating her "Miss
Europe." She won the title from
even top contestants in a conti-
nental beauty contest held at
Palermo, Italy.
campaign had a peculiar Com- clubhouse
munlst undertone which In-lances,
eluded A detailed blueprint for;
the campaign drawn uo by Gus
Hall, secretary of the Ohio
Communist Party and .a top na-
tional Communist."
He said the campaign was
organised by CIO headauar-
ters In Washington "In clase
cooperation with the Demo-
cratic National Committee"
and. "maeh ef the activity
was directed from the White
As the campaign progressed
he said, union leaders became
more active and "swarmed in-
to the state."
"For a time." he said. "I did
not know whether my opponent
was Joe Ferguson or Walter
Reuther 'president of the CIO
Auto Workers Union)."
Taft also testified that he
was the target of 'the grand-
daddy of all political comrjoslte
photographs.'' but added that It
vas not used widely in the cam-
Published by the CIO news.
he said. It purported to show
him conferring with two Nazi
leaders and waa a "complete
Taft recommended "with
some hesitation" that the com-
m 111 e e consider legislation
"punishing direct misstatements
of fact In a campaign." He
suggested that the injured par-
Sr might be allowed to collect
amages In a civil suit.
Tart asta urged clarifica-
tion of UM law routing ta
before the perform-
off to her feelings about Holly
wood. "Hollywood has been good
for me," she told me. "You learn
Dog Shoots Man
BUTTE, Mont. (UP' Elvin
Klnner. 48. was shot by a dog.
When Klnner swerved his pick-
up truck to avoid an oncoming
While Yoi Steep
ym _-______m~. -a_____- "_______i__. I.
)>!> t r nrasn. If shows your ki
nay k potioMd through faaltr kMntr
HUH. Othr arysflisjS of Kldn.r I"
Panama Canal Clubhouses
Showing Tonight!
Air-Condltt S:1S A s mi
Wed. Si Thlir ANCV PANTS"
D..nny KAYF. P"har BATES
nil>|0 UTC Danny KAYF. O Enrnam HATBS
:15 S:15
Mario LANZA at Ann BLYTH
i Technicolor)
Wednday "TTfCMY" ISLAND^.
f A T 11 KJ Robert PRESTON Cathy DOWNS
ill "The Sundowners" (Technicolor)
read this
if you're
You wouldn't be
money eetitributiens. If pos-
sible, be said. It shenld be
standee! to cover "time spent
by employes" Daring the
Ohio Campalfn, he said, red-
oral officials an* labor less-
ors devoted maeh time to t'
race "at eomldersble exFei'se
ta somebody."
He suggested 'hat either can-
didate be permitted to lavte
laws against ca~' u^
If the attornv cf e- 1 re.'urd
ta do so, and said "it i cht be |
"at t
BUT if you're a wide-awake
businessman concerned with
the advertising and sales pro-
motion of your progressive
business, you'll want to know
COLUMNS offer you the fast-
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convenient.way to reach cus-
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She was ta five films at MOM, | on the trigger. SS ?~ ^K rJTw^joyi.s w.
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Chosen To Meet Stanford Jan. 1
Last Full Grid Weekend Takes
Topsy-Turvy Turn On W. Coast
Bv I nitrri Press
The last full weekend of the
1951 football season Is over...
and It tu a topsy turvy tone as
far aa the West roas; is con-
While Inland squads were set-
tling bowl bids and undefeated
seasons, the Coast teams were
cutting throats In their own
For exampleCalifornia flat-
tened a couple of wheels on Stan-
ford's pumpkin coach with a 20-7
upset. And U-C-LA turned
favored Southern Cal, 21-7.
ryland'l Su^ar Bowl eleven whip-
ped West Virginia. 54-7.
Some 90,000 persons looked on
as an aroused California team
blasted Stanford's unbeaten sea-
son with three touchdowns be-
fore the Indians could get in
Cal quarterback Billy Mais
masterminded the upset by con-
sistently sending his ball carriers
where the Stanford defense
wasn't. He picked on the Indian
on [tackles and sent Don Roblson
through that territory for a first
1st Race I V Natives 7 Its.
Purse $275.00 Pool Closes 12:45
First Race of Doubles
1Strike Two A. Enrique 117 x
2Miranda M. Hurley 120
3Exlto E. Campbell 117 x
4Don Joaqun Q. Oraell 120
5Lonely Molly E. Julian 120
8VUlarreal) C. Bovil 120
7El Indio i J. Avila 120
8Campesino G. Sanchez 115
Pro League Teams Round Out
Rosters; Players Get Ready
In the Southwest, the posslbll-period touchdow, and dispatched
liies are narrowing on a loop |Johnny Pappa over the same
championship. T-C-U rolled over route for another marker belore
rice. 22-6. while Baylor was the half ended. Pappa counted
squeaking past Southern Me-'again in the last periodthrough
thodist. 14-13. Now all T-C-U has'tackle.
to do Is beat S-M-U next week
and they're in the Cotton Bowl. The loss takes some of the glit-
In Other key games, unbeaten ter off a great Stanford team.l
but once tied Illinois defeated But it doesn't scuttle their Rose]
North-Western. 3-nothing. to win Bowl bid. They'll be in Pasadena
the Big 10 championship and a January 1st against Illinois,
ticket to the Rose Bowl. Tennes-' An aggressive U-C-L-A eleven'
see remained unbeaten and In bottled up Southern Cal's Frank;
the top national spot with a solid Gifford and used two sophomore 6Pesadilla
28-0 victory over Kentucky. backs to run the Trojans ragged.
Princeton Michigan State and Halfback Don Stalwick and tall-
Maryland also remained un- back Paul Cameron were the big
2nd Race 'B' Natives VA Fis.
Purse $350.00 Pool Closes 1:15
Second Race of Doubles
1Helen B.). V. Ortega 113
2Dallda P.) B. Pulido 120
3White Fleet R. Icaza 104 x
4Batan A. Enrique
5Slxaola V. Castillo
6Lolito C. Chavez
The four teams of the Panama j chle Brathwalte (Veracruz) Mex-
Pro League have rounded out lean League; Pepe Osorlo (In-
thelr rosters and have been dian Head Rockets) Canadian
working their players hard Independent League; Fltz Ro-
whenever the unpredictable
weather permits In order to have
them in top condition for next
Monday's opening game.
The complete list of players on
each club follows:
berts (Local); Joe Montelro
(Oranby) Provincial League,
Class C.
CATCHERS: Eudl Napier
(Sherbrooke) Provincial League
Class C; Calvin Byron (Local);
Albert Miller (Local).
PITCHERS: Alberto Osorio (R)
(Denver) Western League, Class
A. A. Arias, President; Al Kub-
ski, Manager.
INFIELDERS: Zlggy Jazlnskl
(Ottawa) International Leafue.j C'ass C; Chet Brewer (R)
Class AAA; Forrest Jacobs (Mo- dian Head Rockets)
A; Humberto Robinson (R)
(Franham) Provincial Juague,
3rd Race 'E' Natives 4!i
Purse $275.00 Pool Closes
1Torcaza C. Ruiz
2Bijagual J. Contreras .
3-Bagaleo J. Baeza Jr. Ill x ciation, Class
4Mr. Espinosa G. Ramos 105 x (Minneapolis)
loi i bile Southern Association, Class Independent
U0 AA; Jim Cronin (Little Rock)
loi x Southern Association, Class AA;
Al Kubski (Lubbock) West Tex-
i,s as-New Mexico League, Class C.
1*45 OUTFIELDERS: John Kropf
i (Minneapolis) American Assocla-
jjj tion, Class AAA: Dale Lynch
(Birmingham) Southern Asso-
AA; GU Dickens
American Asso-
vlnclal League, Class C; Clyde
Parrls (Local).
OUTFIELDERS: Wilfredo Hol-
der (Local); Cecilio Miller (Loc-
al); Gerald Thorne (Local).
CATCHERS: Robert Ganss
(New Orleans), Southern As-
sociation, Class AA; Roberto Lu-
cas (Local); Justino Salinas
PITCHERS: Peter Nicolla
(Newport News) Piedmont
League, Class B; Earl Holder
(Local); Andres Alonso (Local);
Cookie Stemple (Local).
Sania Cruz Sports
League; Connie
Johnson (R) (St. Hyaclnthe)
Provincial League. Class C; Al- Trams Won
fredo Rosales Osorlo (R) (Local).
La Boca (Sr. Hi)
Teachers (La Boca)
Santa Cruz (Jr. Hi)
Six hours of well contested
Eric Del Valle. President, Capl Women volleyball games were
Alvarez, Manager.
beaten and untied. Prlnceto won
the Ivy League title with a 13-
nothing victory over Dartmouth.
Not far to the north. Oregon
State whipped up two last-period
Michigan State wrapped-up its touchdowns to defeat the Univ-
first perfect season since 1913 by ersity of Orgeno, 14-7 in a tra-
manhandling Colorado. 45-7. Ma- ditional cross-state contest. ____
Key West Fans Enthusiastic
Over 'Tigers-Conchas' Game
Word reaching the Isthmus vatively, there Is a general be-
from coach Ed Beckman of Key lief on the Gold Coast that Crls-
West high school indicate that toba] may wind up the 1951 sea-
the football fever back In Flo-'son with a victory,
rlda Is running as high as it is
on the Isthmus. Such Is the en- Tickets for the Key West-Crls-
thuslasm that the ELKS in Key tobal High game (Dec. 7th at
West have Just concluded a tre- Mt. Hope) are on sale on both
mendously successful dance to sides of the Isthmus. Atlantic
raise spending money for the Side fans may get their tickets
football squad. The game If] by calling 3-1817 or 3-1533. If re-
scheduled for Mt. Hope Stadlumi quested, tickets will be delivered
at 8 p.m. on Friday, December to your front doors.
5Luck Ahead V. Ortega
E. Julian
4th Race F 1' Natives One Mile
Purse 1275.06 Pool Closes 2:20
1Eclipse O. Chante 109
2Caaveral G. Grael 120
3 Little Lulu G. Sanchez 112
4Recodo G. Cruz 115
5Mueco E. Julian 120
6El Mono J. Baeza Jr. 112 x
7Cosa Linda G. Cruz
8Volador J. Rodriguez
9Romntico K. Flores
elation, Class AAA.
CATCHER: Ray Dabek (Mo-
bile) Southern Association, Class
PITCHERS: Dave Thomas (R)
(Columbus) American Associa-
tion, Class AAA; Eddie Neville
(L) (Williamsport) Eastern
League, Class A; George Heller
(L) (Ottawa) International
League. Class^ AAA: Mario Fri-
cano (Ri (Mobile) Southern As-
sociation, Class AA; Hlgel Pa-
trick Association, Class AAA.
(Pittsburgh) National League
(Majors); Alonso /Brathwalte
(Furham) Provincial League,
Class C; Roberto Nash (Local);
Qulncy Barbee (Granby) Pro-
Columnist Berney Waters of
Key West calls Johnny Cruz,
quarterback, one of the best
backfleld men in the area, and
-rates the squad eighth among
the top ten.
. The Conchs (as they are cal-
led> have been effectively using
' 'a single wing offensive, and have
"Won 8 games agains three los-
ses. Their most recent loss was
at the hands of the Vero Beach
Indians by a 13 to 6 scores. Vero1
Beach possesses a strong un-l
beaten squad...but nevertheless
Juan Franco Tips
5th Race D' Imported One Mile
Purse $600.00 Pool Closes 2:55
lRoadmaster O. Chante 106
2Mosqueton C. Ruiz 110
3Notable V. Castillo 117
4 Pampero II J. C. 110
5Fair Chance K. Flores 116
TMOTinFRfii Clem Koshoreki?bserve<1 last Sunday at the San-
iNFffi^ERS^CiemKosnoreicita Cru2 Gymnasium between
10:90 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. by
teams representing La Boca,
Santa Cruz, Silver City and La
Boca Teachers. This affair was
sponsored by "Las Qulntetas"
Athletic Club of Santa Cruz with
the support of the Physical Edu-
cation and Recreation Branch.
La Boca Teachers with the fol-
lowing players, Clara Wattley
(apt.), Icllyn Smythe, Gloria
Holness. Elsie Graham, Dorothy
Powell, Myrtle Barkley, etc., de-
Battle Expected
To Be 'Sell-Out'
fth Race 'F' Imported 7 Fgs.
Purse $500.00 Pool Closes 3:35
First Race of Doubles
1Curaca C. Ruiz 120
2Trafalgar A. Coronado 117 x
3Pla E. Alfaro
4Vampiresa) M. G. 120
5Piragua) E. SU vera 110
8Cipayo K. Flores 112
7Mingo G. Sanchez 120
8The Dauber V. Ortega 120
9R. Alligator B. Pulido 117
10Soberana II A. Bazan 120
R. E. Arias, President; Leon
Kellman, Manager.
INFIELDERS: Archie Ware,
(Franham) Provincial League, Brown non-title ten-round clash, 0nd game of the day only to
Rose Bowl Bound Teams
Won Conference Crowns
By United Press
NEW YORK, Nov. 27.The Bi* Ten Confer-
ence has officially chosen (he University of Illinois
to meet Stanford in the Rose Bowl classic at Pasa-
dena, Calif., on New Year's Day.
Richard Larklns has suggested a
review of officiating in the Big
10 Conference.
Larklns says he is not proolt-
ing Ohio State's 7-nothlng loss
last Saturday to Michigan. How-
ever he says believes a review of
conference officiating is needed.
In that game, there were four
The formal vote by conference
faculty representatives was un-
animous. The Iillni clinched the
conference title and the bowl bid
by beating Northwestern 3-no-
thlng last Saturday. That gave
Coach Ray Eliot's team its first
unbeaten season since 1927 and
a 1951 conference record of five
in.*2JfseLild a coreless pUys involving'passes in" which I
tie with Ohio State the ball was dropped. Each time
It will be the Illlni's second Michigan recovered. The ouei-
" tion In each case was whether 16
trip to the Rose Bowl. In 1947
they crushed U-C-L-A, 45-14, af-
ter winning the 1948 Rig 10
The 1951 game Is rated
toss-up. Stanfordthe Pacific
Coast Conference champions
won nine and lost one. The loss
came on the final day of the
season when aa aroused Cal-
ifornia team upset the Indians,
Coach Chuck Taylor of Stan-
ford already, is making plans for
the Rose Bowl game.
Taylor says he will keep the
Indians in shape with workouts
on the track for the next two
weeks. On December 16th, the
freshman coach- will re-group
the squad and start intensive
The Big Ws official scout
Wally Curicewatched the Stan-
game. But he
fended themselves wonderfully
in the first tussle of the day a-
gainst the Santa Cruz Girls with| ford-California
the following scores: 13-15, 15-6, found little that would help him
15-13. in his report to Illinois.
It was my first look at Stan-
La Boca Sr. HI Squad tried
The Louis Thompson-WUfredo everything they had In the sec-
Class C; Herman Charles (Loc- Sunday night at the Colon Are -
al); Conrado Gil (Local); Hector na is expected to be a complete
7th Race 'H* Imported 61, Fgs.
1Campesino El Indio (e) Purse S400.00 Pool Closes 4:05
!Helm B. (e) Dallda P. (e) i Second Race of Doubles
3Pesadilla Torcaza! 1Miss Fairfax V. Ortega 116
4Mueco Romntico; 2Miss Matty O. Chante 114
5Fair Chance Notable 3 Breeze Bound J. Ruiz 113
4Scotch Chum) V. Cast. 113
5Silver Fox) A. Enrique 105 x
6Betun J. Samanlego 115
7Apprise K. Flores 112
Lopez (St. Hyaclnthe) Provincial
League. Class C; Nugent Joseph
(Local); Oscar Hall (Local).
Gladstone (Portland) Pacific
Coast League, Class AAA; Hum-|
berto Arthurs (Local); Victor
117 x Barnett (Local); Nathaniel Peo-
ples (Elmlra) Eastern League,
Class A; George Knowles (Loc-
al); Joseph Eest (Local).
CATCHERS: Leon Kellman
(Veracruz) Mexican League;
Claude Tait (Local).
PITCHERS: Vibert Clarke (L)
(Memphis Red Sox) American
Negro League; Rolando Morris
(L) (Veracruz) Mexican League;
Theollc 8mith (R) (Chicago
Giants), American Negro League,
Eric George (R) (Local); Stan-
ley Arthurs (R) (Local).
6Royal Alligator Cipayo
7Betun Breeze Bound
8Coraggio Lacey
INehuineo Rechupete
Sor? SU^Ki,0~^BSr Helen B^'i
Center Ken Bazo and end Bob; ^^_mi
Cooper are two tough customers
sell-out, judging from the early
demand for tickets and the un-
usual amount of interest dis-
played In the scheduled contest.
Thompson, the present Isth-
mian 135-pound champion, has
waded through the lightweight
division in such a short time
with such consmate easelook-
ing better each time oatthai
the experts are looking forward
to this bout with added interest.
The fight enthusiasts think
this contest will be a real test
for the Impressive 20-year-old
Thompson. Louis does everythimg
wellhe boxes, hits with author-
ity and has gone the ten-round
distances with ease twice alrea-
dy. .
His opponent, former Panama
Lightweight Champ Brown, Is al-
so youthful aa age goes being
CHESTERFIELD only 23. But Brown has a world
Carlos Eleta, President; Chet, of experience behind him alrea-
Brewer, Manager. I ay. He is unbeaten abroad and
INFIELDERS: Frank Austin has lost only two pro bouts, both
n the Key West Line were giv-
>n much mention in the Key
West Herald for their defensive
-play during that contest.
The Cristobal tigers will meet,
the Key West Conchs with a:
sharply trained outfit that has
done much credit to their school
this past year. There is very lit-1
tie that hasn't already been said i
about this great CHS outfit... I
but a thought that will be kept;
in mind is that they have been
continuously improving with
each game from the opening of
the season.
Tough drills in every-day
workouts is proving more and
more that Cristobal will be a
tough target for the CONCHS on
December 7th. Though the optis-
iim is being held down conser-
^ (Portland) Pacific Coast League, locally, because of eye cuts.
Purse $2,000.00 Pool"Closes" 4540 Class AAA^ Pablo Bernard (Ven-;
find out that the timely combi-
nation and set plays of Alethla
Dudley. Gwendolyn Layne, Caro-
line Cox, Constance Warner,
Pauline Alston, Daisy Ersklne
and Esther Stewart, (Coach) of
Silver City were too good to be
beaten, the scores: 15-10, 18-14.
The third game found the
Santa Cruz Girls easy victims
for the Silver City team. This
game's scores were: 15-4, 19-13.
Fourth game was played just af-
ter lunch was served. La Boca
Sr. HI won the first game of the
set 15-1 and became weakened
allowing the Teachers, to retali-
ate, only to lose 18-16, scores: 15-
1, 18-18. Representing La Boca
Sr. Hi team were: Evelyn Wilson,
Carol Proverbs, Dorothy Joseph,
Beryl Daniels. Mavis Smith, Ka-
thy Wilson. Wllda Cajells. Iris
Ash well. Marva Parchment.
The Santa Cruz outfit with
players like. Joyce Chambers, Al-
ma Amantlne. Jenneth MeFar-
lane, Delicia Grant, Olga Joseph,
Icilda Vlgier, Alicia Best, Emid
Palmer and Una Smith found it
"Firemen's Corps Classic"
1Prestigio A. Enrique 110
2S. Domino G. Sanchez 110
3Welsh Fox) M. Aros. 100
4Microbio) E. Silvera 99
5Lacey J. Samanlego 120
6Paragon K. Flores 110
7Galante n O. Chante 105
8Ave. Road) J. Baeza Jr. 104
9Polvorazo) V. Ortega 121
10Coraggio J. Contreras 110
Porters Star A. Enrique 100
9th Race 'I 1' Imported One Mile
Purse $375.00 Pool Closes 5:15
1Vermont E. Silvera
2Islero G. Sanchez
3Nehuineo E. Julian
4Tropicana B. Pulido
5Rechupete J. Sam.
8B. Cloud V. Ortega
difficult to get into the winning
column when they dropped the
Up to the time this article was; flrst and third game of the first
tura) California League, Class
C; Joe Tumminelll (St. Hyacin- written. Thompson ruled a slight; ^d third game of the set to La
the) Provincial League. Class C;
Harold Gordon (Aberdeen)
Northern League, Class C; Ber-
tie Williams (Local).
cott (Indian Head Rockets) Ca-
nadian Independent League; Ar-
7Flamenco M. Aros. 109
8B. Betty J. Contreras 118
18th Race '1 V Imported 7 Fgs.
Purse $375.00 Pool Closes 5:40
1Caonazo A. ngulo 116 x
2Delhi B. Pulido 120
3Atason G. Cruz 112
4D. Eleida) V. Castillo 114
5Lacnico) A. Coronado 117 z
8Hob Nob) c. Ruiz 113
7Danescourt M. Hurley 114
8Athos J. Avila 116
9Novelera F. Avila 116
choice over Brown on the basis Boca j jfl( jj^ 8-15, 15-10 in
of bis recent performances a-
Slnst Kid Chocolate II and Wil-
think that Brown's eight-month
layoff will do him no good.
Meanwhile, the two fighters
ford," says Curice, "and it's tough
to Judge a club 6ff one game.''
Curice adds that the Indians
didn't look too good in their los-
ing effort.
"1 will say that Stanford end
Bill McColl is everything that
has been said about him?' says
Curice. "He could step right in
now and play with any profes-
sional club."
Curice says the game shapes-
up as a struggle between Illinois
defense and Stanford offense.
"In the Big 10 Uiey seem to
stress defense more than they
do in the Coast Conf erenoe," says
Curice. The game looks Mke a
toss-up to me. It will be a good
offensive team against the
strong IUlni defense."
There's little to choose on
the basts of mutual opponents.
SUnford and Illinois both beat
Michigan, Washington -and
U-C-L-A Against those three
teams, Illinois scored 61 point*
and. allowed S3. Stanford scor-
ed 58 and cave up XI.
Ohio State Athletic
was an incomplete pass or a
completed pass followed by a
"We are not trying to alibi,"
says Larklns, "because the game
will stand as 7-nothing in favor
of Michigan despite all protesta
or crying from any source. IPs
simply that I'vevfett for a long
time that Big 10 officiating could,
stand Improvement."; *
Army Sports
pany, 370th EASR Shore Bn, Fort
Davis, defeated the Boat Main-
tenance Co of the 370th EASR,
Fort Sherman, by a score of 83
to 72 in a basketball game played
at the Fort Davis gym Monday
The game got underway at 8:00
am. with Pvt Walter D. Stone,
and Pfc's James K. de Braal,
Richard F. Linabury, Charles F.
Gentry, and John E. Langton as
the starting line-up for "Fox."
"Boat's starting line-up consist-
ed of Pfc's Jay C. Walker, Ed-
ward C. Smith, Lee R. Peterson,
Alvln Schmierer, and Roy G.
At the half,"War" lead "Boat,*
60 to 32. Substituting their sec-
ond team in the 3rd quarter and)
then calling back their starting
line-up in the 4th quarter, 'Fox
stayed in the lead to win, 88 to>
High-point man for the gama
as wen as his team was Pfc Al-
vln Schmierer, of "Boat," with*
28 points. Pvt Walter D. Stone
was high- point man for the win-
ning team with 23 points.
---------1--------,-------i------------, .,!
- Penn State used 10 freshmen,
11 sophomores and 13 Juniors in
Director football this year.
the fifth game of the day's event.
In the final game of the day,
Silver City played with ease o|c
win their third game of the day,;
16-8, without a single defeat.
"Las Qulntetas" Girls has ask-
contlnue to impresa with brll- Ud to thank ail those who have
liant workouts. Both boys are maa> it possible to attend the
battering their sparmates with j^y, activity and help to make
It a. success.
Sunday night's program will be
rounded out with two six-round
Sreliminary. Leonel Peralta and
avid Martinez are scheduled to Softball
meet In a 135-pound six-round-1 How about your League Gr-
er. The other special brings to- ganlzatlon? It's time we hear
gether Black Bill and up-and-1 something. Remember to request
coming Leslie Thompson at a, equipment we must know what's
126-pound limit. ; your intention. This goes for you
Rodolfo Ampudia and Joey officials of the Canal Zone Ama-
Armstrong open the card. teur Baseball League ateo.
$10,000.00 Stock of
just received' All sise rugs and
yard goods. More than 180 dif-
ferent designs. Choose years
Mueblera El Diablo
The Store where yep win find
the largest assortment of Glass
and Linoleums."
88 Central Avt Tel. 2-2485
"Leaders In the Furniture
Business since 1909."
Open 'till 9 p.m. daring
- December.
1st, 2nd-6tb, 7th RACES
3rd and 9th RACES
For the convenieuce o
our patrons we are no*
operating both at the

Purse: $600.00 Pool Close*: 2:55 p.m.
1. ROADMASTER............O. Chanis 106

2. MOSQUETON....... ......C. Rui* 110
3. NOTABLE.............. V. Castillo 117
4. PAMPERO 11............;. Contreras 110
5. FJ* CHANCE............K. Flor- 116
"M franco 'Race H%ac&

4th and 8th RACES
Purse: $500.00 Pool doses: 3:35
1. CVRACA...................C. Rui
2. TRAFALGAR........... A. Coronado
3. PA..................... E. Alfaro
4. (VAMPIRESA............M. Guerrero
>. (PIRAGUA ................E. Silvera
6. CIPAYO..................K. Flores
7. MINGO..................G. Sanche
8. THE DAUBER............ V. Ortega
9. ROYAL ALLIGATOR.......B. Pulido
10. SOBERANA 11 A. Samn
7 FGS.
. no
Purse: $2,000.00 Pool Closes: 4:40 pan.
1. PRESTIGIO..............A. Enrique 100
2. SILVER DOMINO.........C. Sanche 110
S. (WELSH FOX..........M. Arosemena 100
4. (MICROBIO...............E. Silvera 99
5. LACEY ...............J. Samaniego 120
6. PARAGON................K. Flore 110
7. GALANTE 11...............O. ChanU 105
8. (AVENUE ROAD..........J. Baea Jr. 104
9. (POLVORAZO..............V. Ortega 121
10. CORAGGIO.............;. Contreras 110
Eligible: PORTERS STAR ...A, Enrique 100


Quick.. Thii Uttl. incident, '*^'n!,yOBa'".,ttorrwh
N byT member of th,faatfjv* '^iWil" ,
^^r^^SwT^n^^'cK.bbeHn. Oregon
PUt. ,
vietory to advance of each game. #
Port. Oregon &*t^j2U&!Sr1SPlS&
itteh things are measured '""Vtltelr coach they were
young.ter., to the W&TSg ftdnVfeVl P tortK"
was obviously meant to be a#*#oof.
. ft u.t have &** $$g%^S&X&.
ther la correct that" how the#fame was p/
The detaU. of ^^jgjjXJiSlSS &
tendencies "*"*?* VtotamM four tune. and.
.rformanee of the eaeon. Tney i Th teof.
ugh ~Ti,lTOr?f',w!L* ^SSaU half*and the inference
ed T of their 15 point! *?*** "*l': V young coach
decided to pUy footbaU. $ # #
There are time, ^^^^0^
pened twice H^fiK^JKor^SSTtSTBOUtarti B*li win-
to now. Coach Eddie *!n_*a? S anally for walking on
nlng touchdown when he drewa -yaro P|m ht u hav,
the field to Protest an ""^dn^PO^ed an Illegal tub-
5^?irwfe fea
la hi farewell to the Yale-Harvard game. Journaliam and
Uf, George wrote:
-I m reminded of the lady who asked a too keeper whether
^^fWaWsonfeS v/to'cTwoind toterett only an-
ether hippopotamus' answered the keeper.
BfKH3Rfe &a -
Btogham resigned ** Lut it eharlUbly-a. Harvard's
?'"!! h%hJ^J^BiMbam wm teTmach an Idealist I
dlreitor of th\eVw'iSithaU ere lor Haivard. and under
athletic espec^J^MwU. <*** deexloreted-to
hit ad^mlntoftatlon the J?1/^^, thought. I new believed
, Si^Stt?355W3a^ ta .*>. ever knew.,
*m. h^'heen. deaWtataeeason-for Yale and as ta cuafomary
tovittng target; in "rtifr^Htekman appears weekly on
fense Yale has .^.."^^^ewbie Tennessee's claw room stand-
ttZf T^Wr'k^PrVy MJ pSmances It's time the
ffiTMs^Xlywo^'.-the" only place a coach wins the big
tame without material.
Omphroy Tennis
Tourney Play
Pinilla eMmlnafa* PinaU i-1,
i-t. Manfredo Engel playt
Stanton Brown today.
The match between Julio Pi
nllla and Brnetto Plnate yes-
terday evening to the Omphroy
Singles Tennis Tourney enuea
with a 6-1, 6- rictory for Pl-
The game waa Intereattag as
both men play the tame type oi
back court driving game and
Plnllla wat at all tlmet confi-
dent of hit gamt and wat not
at any time extended.
Thtt afternoon features Man-
fredo Engel ts Stanton Brown
Tomorrow (Wednesday) will
be a full morning and ail-r-
noon of play, weather pei/nlt-
MORNING: Dr. C. W. Omph-
roy Jr. vt. Harry Wllllt. Howard
paldtog vt Creslto Guardia
Julio Pinilla vt Winner Bngel-
Stanton Brown. Victor Pateual
"8*S^-*ff little
vt Lieut Luke. BUI Held Luis
Vernaccl. ,,, .
Thursday'i match wj 11 be
played between Sgt T. R. Bra-
nam vi Dr. J. B. Hampton
Further schedule will be an-
nounced later. There can be no
further postponement permlttea
In these schedules, and player?
are asked to be present for
their matches.
Bascom Boomed As Successor To Louis
New Face Beat Satterf ield In 12th Fight
NEA Sport* Editor
On The Alleys...
pe, i PROGENY__When Exeter played, host to Andover, the
koniof famouVpUyers saw action for th. home team. They are. left
fr/i.hi^?a?k Terry Cheek, Quarterback Sandy Bjorkmar and
Tack'le BllflbSfiSvi* <* Hervtrd't halfback and cap-
Uin in 925^Hank BJorkman captained Dartmouth as a-ffl-
America end in 'J4. Win If vejoy capta.ned Yale u an AU-America
center the same Fall. (NEA)
At the Curundu Bowling
leyi on Wedneaday Acme Paint*
League Leaden were held to t
tie by the Canada Dry bowieri
The Sodmenwon the
garnet j l but loat Wftt-
fall-by the narrow margin of
4 polnU. Lfcvalle wit again
top man for the Patotera with
489. Lane with 461 wat high
for the Canada Dry five.
Balboa Beer and the Ameri-
can Club maintained the tta-
tut 040 in the cellar with an-
other a a tie. The Club won
the first garde M5 140 but
the Brewers came back to win
the second 918 to 881 and the
third game by 830 802. De-
Non Subsidized Football Is
Played For Player, Not Money
NBA Sports Editor
NEW YORK. Nov. 27. (NEA)
inira game "l -. v tuna, --"- -
spite the rally they just failed ^ Very Rev. Hunter Outhrie.
to overcome the Clubmen's ad- g pointed out when
___A.__~r m In Ho fircf ?mc *___ nAll^ tUa iirhnlo t
vantage of 82 to the first game
and had to concede the pin-
tail by 20 points. Relchert with
a 210 had the highest indivi-
dual score whljst Cain with a
516 series was high to the ag-
sre Kft tes
The second place Angellnl
Team were beaten by the Carta
Vieja Quintet 4-C but the gam*
wat the ntott exciting of W*',
evening being nip and tuek
tfte waj. The scores were
.. George-
town called the whole thing off.
pressure college football Is open
only to a sort of guild of finely-
conditioned young men.
Jim Ed Mulkln states well the
other side of It. Sewanee's 140-
pound captain tells how much
more pleasant it Is when the boy
lust goes out for the team, as
he did to the good old dayt of
the turtleneck sweater.
FfA Vutnra this han
both sides of the Mississippi at
St. Louis they're booming Wes
Bascom as an Ideal successor to
joe Louis.
Funny thing,
but ringworms
never refer to
Jersey Joe
Walcott In the
future tense.
As a matter of
fact, how could
they? The
Great Father
Of C a m d e n s'.
future very
definitely is be-
hind him. Nei-
ther is Ezzard
Wet Bascom charles given
a tumble, and apparently Rocky
Marciano has not yet caught on.
Anyway, fight fans live to the
past at far as the heavyweights
are concerned.
It has been many days etace
the Missouri area leaped over-
board for a pugilistic product, or
since Henry Armstrong dropped
a kit of shoe-shine accessories to
wear the feather, lightweight
and welter wreaths.
Bascom shaded Bob Satterfleld,
the third-ranking light-heavy-
weight, the other night to one oi
the most-thrilling flghta staged
in St. Louis in many years. This
in his 12th professional fight,
which is remarkable despite the
fact that James J. Jeffries won
the championship to hit 13tn
Bascom, 22. carries a stiek of
dynamite in his right fist, boasts
a reach of 79 inches, and such
a fine Judge as Sid Keener, ye
olde sports editor, tells you that
he In a Jftb that out-
labs the famous and uppish one
that waa propelled by Gene Tun-
Bascom. who is being looked
after by Gene Strauss and other
set Northwestern andPermsylva-lst. Louis business men, has been
nia, which would have given boxing seven years,
them a magnificent season. .. _t p ,
Of 16 graduating seniors, all! A casual visit to WW-nw
important cogs In the Harvard .Social Center of East St. Louis,
team that sa?ed toto Yale, only |an organization when)BtM
eri that he waa on hit way to a
prosperous professional career
when he won the '49 Golden
Gloves right-heavyweight title to
St. Louis, the championship in
Chicago and the International
event in New York.
Bascom turned pro last year.
His eight and 12th starts stamp-
ed him at a aerioua candidate J
the heavyweight title. Last May
16, he startled a good crowd by
knocking out N&Bf&SSiJu
eighth stanxa. The McrtMl
skirmish demonstrated that M U
ready for the belt.
Maybe Wei Baacom wJkg*
fight fane out of the misty pen.

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the Waj. The sco
ta Via flKst 8*
799. 8M tit
tuek a,Fift >eitore this happy .ajtua-
e (Cat;; liKC.all in the world the schools
!. 81 \ have to do Is ban subsidization, in
ter-wtaner8. Another, trim Capt.
Carroll Lowensteln, was inducted
into the Army after the second
Lloyd Jordan, who captained
Pop Wamer'i last Pittsburgh
team, scraped the bottom of the
barrel, yet restored the Crimson
to respectability.
840 832, c
.... -U a difference of any form in connection with tne
only 37 pins despite the decision game. It's as simple as that.
Sluggin' Luke Easier Undergoes Operation
D- I'nllM Prra
By United Press
The Cleveland indlan'a tlug-
elng first basemanLuke Easter
aderwent surgery yterday
at Johns Hopkins Hospital to
Baltimore. .
Easter waa ta and out of the
lineup during theaeaton due to
torn cartilage to his left knee.
The operation had been schedul-
ed for last Friday but was post-
poned became of the illness of
br W. H. McGraw who was to
have operated.
Dr. Oeorge Bennett will re-
move the cartilage. Bennett re-
Jr'SaS? WP^^^au. ore
going the same way in each
case. McCVragher with 179 and
506" was top to the individual
and aggregates for this match
V F. W. Post 3122 beat Bud-
welser 1-1. Walker of Bud-
welter hit a hot streak in the
last three frames of the second
game to enable the Beermen to
win by the narrow margin of
2 points and thus save a com-
plete washout. The Vets went
on to wto the third game and
clinch the pintail.
This it the first time this
season that the Vets have won
the first game of the evening
and the match...they usually
have come from behind. Stuewe
(Budwelser) 460 was highest ag-
Young Mulkln is so very right
when he says perhaps too little
has been said about the player
"The outstanding; point of non-
tubaldiced footha.ll is that it af-
fords the individual the pure
enjoyment of participating ta
athleticsthe love of the game.
Tailback Mulkln wrote for the
University of the South'i itudent
publication. .. .
"It means a great deal to know
that the game is beta* played tor
my benefit and not for the pur-
pose of swelling the coffers of
the college treasury or of filling
the pockets of the coach.
tion, altered life's Journey for the
product of Tuskegee, Ala. In-
vited to Join the boxing class by
Instructor Ted My les, Bascom
Qualified for further teats by
belting all opponents around the
small gymnasium room.
Bascom was a champion at 15,
bouncing down in BUM to W
middleweight class of the 1945
Golden Gloves In St. Louts.
SuTOvU team Vround ato- -
tog as a halfback with 1030 yards.
cently operated on New
'ssyfissaasa... ssajs?8' *
adelphla A's has added veteran
outfielder Wally Moses to the
roster as a coach. The switch to
the coaching box marks the end
of ao years of active playing for
the 41-year old Moses. He broke
into the big leagues with the As
In 1935. and later played with the
Chicago White Sox and Boston
Red Sox before returning to Phil-
adelphia to 1949.
N.i. Tm.
1MC*rr*tk*r C*rt VtaJ
1Ho tm
t X.II.T
arle Club
Carnada Dry
Balboa atar
Ataa -aint.
Carta Vlaia
Caataa Drr
Avara fa
i tail
112. t

Justice Department,
On TV Restrictions
NEW YORK. Nov. 87. (UP)
A top N-C-A-A official dis-
agrees with the Justice Depart-
ment on restricted televising of
colleee football games.
Co-Chairman Ratoh Furey of
the N-C-A-A television commit-
tee thinks the Justice Depart-
ment is wrong when it snvs cur-
rent T-V restrictions are illegal.
Furey tavs the future of tele-
rastlne college football will be
determined after results of his
committee's study are analvsed
ind a report Is made to the N-C-
A convention In January.
Stands Supt&ptu
The offtetal says the T-V com-
mittee feels railed upon to reaf-
firm Its position thatas Furey
puts it"The experimental plan
as and Is entirely legal."
. The anti-trust division of the
Justice Department toek a dif
ferent view yesterday. Acting
Chief Newell Clapo said curbs on
the telecasting of the Ttmnessee-
Kentueky game were illegal.
Pacific Twiliqht
League Meeting
A meeting ef the Pacific
Twilight League will ke held
tomorrow (Wednesday) at the
Knights of Columbus Hall to
Balboa at .S6 p-ta..
All effleiala. taanagen and
Urer* are reeueated to attend,
{pertaat bolineas will be tUe-
cutaed and franchise feet will
Bewanee plays rough football,
too. Practice is grueling.
"Yet there is always a conside-
ration for the player as an indl-
Tidual," reported Mulkln.
"Football is teamwork, not an
individual effort, but our pro-
gram is such that It recognises
the demands made of each play-
er by school work and other re-
ponsiblllty. Everyone loves a win-
ner, no one more than Sewanee.
Yet not once have I heard Coach
BUI White stress football above
'"Hlayer ta regarded by hit
classmates as a fellow itudent
flrtt. sn sthlete secondly
There are no football dormi-
"Thls allowi the player to en-
joy the f ellows of W
"For thli reason. II*
player ta a well-rounded indivi-
dual, not a mere pawn for a large
bU'^hen I went .on the eld, it
was a good feeling to know that
every boy was out there for one
reasonthe love of the game.
Jim Ed Mulkto lost the second
half of this season when he suf-
fered a seriously sprained hould-
er blocking a runner out of
bounds in the Wabash game.
And you know that tnii
laertlM fbki say a fait workout with the
pfenehinc bag make* you /I fitter, took
better. And peaking of workouts-the
famous Vitafli "60-B*cond Workout
ntkaa teaip f*l fltUr, hmir look better.
60 tawoBd*' brisk miuag* with itimulat-
ini Vitalli and you raiL the difference
in your aeal*>prevant dryneai, rout flaky
dandruff. Then 10 Meondi te eomb and
yon aiE tht differeaee in your hair-far
handiemer. healthier-looking, neatly
Oet Vitalia today!
fnt 40f6hC6
m rf#*we>#f fWWaeW1r*n
lanwteVfeirworse about it than
would have any of the itrapptag
brutes imported from the Penn-
sylvania coal belt to die for dear
old something or other hundreds
of miles away.
Ballots are out and the New
York World Telegram and Sun t
Coach-of-the-Year will be anno-
unced Dec. 1.
It ta not known who the coacnet
will elect, but they'll probably go
to Chuck Taylor of Stanford or
Illinois' Ray Eliot. They, too. love
a winner.
If this observer had a vote,
however, It would be tut in fever
of either Lloyd Jordan of Harv-
ard or Army'i Earl Blalk.
Red BU* hai turned to his
finest lob. The Military Academy
lest practically it* entire teuad.
yet wit a break here or ttere
the Cadets easily could have up-
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Engineer Passed
Three Signals
In Fatal Crash

an independ:
mm?* .
Panama Amanean
"Let the people know the truth and the country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
Ousted Tax Prosecutor Tells
Probers Of Favors And Fears
Woodstock. Aia.. Nov. 27 tu-tnty gfvfvtr vi-ar
(P >-The engineer of one of **""">ENTH KAK
the two streamliners Involved in
C head-on. 17-death crash here
Sunday must have disregarded
three seperate warning signals.
an official of the Southern Rail-
way system aid here today.
The official said T J. Powers,
engineer of the Southern Rail-
way's New York bound South-
erner, pulled his train pre-
maturely out of a siding and
Was hit head-on bv the New
Orleans-bound Crescent Limit- WASHINGTON, Nov. 27 "outside activities" Incompatible'
M. x. Lamar Caudle, the govern- with his duties.
Powers died in the crash. ment's ousted chief tax prose- 8ome newspapers have accused
The Southern official listed cutor. testified yesterday he ob- him of holding up at least one
warnings Power must have ig- talned discounts on three motor tax prosecution a charge
nored: cars and othtr favors from a Caudle has denied.
r> "Hie main one was "a red charlotte, N.C taxi fleet oper- Nattily dressed in a dark blue
board" or automatic block stor who has been under Feder- suit, he began his testimony by
board" or automotic block sig- al tax investigation. vigorously defending his entire
nal denoting that the north- Questioned by House invest- record and emotionally avowing details.
bound main line was not yet gators. Caudle Insisted he did that he has b?en persecuted by Caudle did not give details of phones in Chprlotte were tapped,
clear after another train, a sis- nothing "wrong'" in accepting enemies and nia life threatened the tax case against Beaty. Thei "Imagine that!" Caudle ex-
ter of the Southerner, had financial favors from his for trying to break up "rackets" Bureau of Internal Revenue in- claimed,
pe.-sed it on the siding. friend" of 25 vears standing. In North Carolina. Ivestigated but did not send to
21 The southbound Souther- Keith Beaty. H said he had dls- He said: "I don't think they the Justice Department for pro-
neralso gave visual and whistle qualified himself from Beaty s ever had a more vigorous prose, secution.
signals that another train was tax case. cutor than myself. I was fair to "I think ip 1949 the bureau de-
running close behind it as a The disclosures came as Chair- people but I wouldn't take ad- dined to prosecute for fraud,"
se-ond "section." rnan Cecil R. King (D-Cal.) of vantage of a: vbody." Caudle said. He added he under-
3 The head train carried the House Wej? and Means Sub- The story of hh dealings with stood there "was no fraud there.".
warning flags on its locomotive committee investigating tax Beaty came out under question- Referring to the borrowed car,||%| <
and sounded one lone and two 'scandals" revealed that Attor- Ing by Dewinri Rep. Carl T. CurtL (R-Neb.i ask- Kldl 1160 AI AfnaQOl
short blasts on its whistle ney General J. Howard McGrath Caudle said he obtained the cd the witness: |" ""** swasseausse
"He i Powers I ran right into has promised to open the Jus- ilrst car a new 1947 Chevrolet "Even though you were aware
the red board." the official said Oet Department's tax files to the In exchange for his 1942 Che- that a tax investigation was go-
"We probably will never know committee. vrolet through Beaty who was ing on and
Caadle testified that in 1944,
while he was U.S. District At-
torney In North Carolina,, a
complaint that some OPA ra-
tion stamps had been stolen
from a bank was brought to hli
attention. He said Beaty waa
involved in the ensuing inves-
tigation bat gave no farther
. Caudle said he had told John
i Cox, an Internal Revenue Bureau
official here who la Friddle's
superior, that he would have to
have agents reports to him di-
ectly if he wanted a successful
He quoted Cox as saying; the'
Internal Revenue Bureau's tele-.
VEEP in KOREA Vlce-Presldent Alben Barkley (second from right) shakes hands with
Gen. Matthew Rldgway upon his arrival in Korea. From left to right are Gen James Van
Fleet, Mrs. Barkley, Gen. F. F. Everest, Vlce-President Barkley, and Rldgway.
Honor Guard To Meet
New Army Comdr.
Cuban Public Enemy Explains Jailbreak
whether he answered the whis- Caudle's tes'lmony was held to able to get him a dealer's dis- phant and sato you wanted noth-
Ue signal and if not whv not" a morning session so Committee count. He said he still owes his ing to do with it. you accepted
The Crescent does not nor- counsel Adrian W Dewlnd could Mend the $285 balance above the loan of a car from Beaty?"
Tentative plans have been
"v'ou'had'called Oil- made ior an bonor guard to
tlonal jailbreak Sunday, said in
a message read for him over the
radio last night that the Cuban
government had nothing to do
with his escape, as opposition
elements have charged.
Soler said the break from the
supposedly breakproof Principe
"southern's s,art examining the files, long a the trade-in value of his old car, "Yes. after I "had"disquafled General Lester J WhiUock, who 33uaMow by a muD rt *oya
tracks from *>i.p>. thZh source of dispute between the but Beaty has refused to accept myself." Caudle reolie Beatv 1 expected to arrive at Fort Am- ,*,,. '
M'ss.. to New
HAVANA. Nov. 27 (UP) Po- escape "obliges me to postpone a
llcarpo Soler, described as Cu-1 liquidation and clearing up of
ba's public enemy No. 1, who led my personal situation in the eyes
five other convicts in a sensa- of the law."
greet the recently appointed
Commanding General, United
States Army Caribbean; Major
and Meridian.
department and the committee, it.
But on Saturday a tugboat lod*y
Caudle will res'ime his testimony
smashed a bridge on the Louis-
ville & Nashville Line near New
Orleans and that railroad's
trains were diverted to the
The Crescent, a jointlv oper-
ated train, usually runs from
New York to Atlanta bv the
Pennsylvania and Southern, by
the Atlanta and West Point to
The commute which has
been looking inte Internal Re-
venue Bureau "scandals"
across the nation, now Is inves-
tigating charges that the Jus-
tice Department has stifled
prosecution of several tax
fraud cases.
Caudle said he knew at the
time Beaty under investi-
gation by the Internal Revenue
Bureau and the ease might be
referred to tfce Justice Depart-
ment for prosecution. But ho
said he had nothing to do with
tax affairs at the time.
Caudle, who took over the tax
prosecution post later in 1947,
knew I had dsquallfled myself." ador about Dec. 1.
"Didn't you feel compelled to
reject nls favots?" Gen. Whitlock was named
"No sir. I didn't think It was \ Commanding General USARCA-
wrong. If I did, I wouldn't have RIB last August, while serving as
Caudle who was assistant at- said he telephoned Charles Oli-
torney general in charge of tax phant, Intern*! Revenue Bureau
done it." Cau.Ue replied.
As Dewlnd began developing
the information the commit-
tee has about Caudle, the for-
mer assistant attorney general
became more and more agitat-
ed. At one point, he leaped to
bis feet and began telling
Monteomerv and thence to n "rosecutlons. was fired by Presl- general counsel, saying he was about the aUeged threats to
iwontgomer} ana tnence to New ,,-_? Truman in H.v. am fnr ^(..n.iifnu.' him..if f,m on,- w. i.
Orleans on the L. At N.
Southern officials said that it
la not customary to notify en-
gineers that trains bound in the
opposite direction are traveling
in sections. It is not an unusual
operation on such a heavily
traveled route, egpeciallv during
the holiday season, they ex-
dent Truman 10 days ago for
Princess Margaret
Adds New Prince
To 'Eligible' List
LONDON. Nov. 27 UP).
Commanding General, Fort Rlley,
He was born at Piqua, Ohio on
October 27. 1892. He was grad-
uated from Miami University at
Oxford Ohio in 1914, with the
degree of Bachelor of Arts and
entered the Federal Service with
the Ohio National Guard. He
served as a corporal and sergeant
He expressed regret that the
friend of Soler. Garcia Inclan
failed to disclose Seder's where-
abouts ,or where or how he got
the message.
However, Soler made It clear
be has no Intention of giving up
The message was read over the
radio by Guido Garcia Inclan, a
newspaperman and long time gfc c!Lpain7or"elecUon to'con-
gress from the province of Ma-
Weight Of Office
The mayor of Minneapolis Is
to be weighed Friday so tax-
Ctyers can learn whether he
as been retting fat on the Job.
2:2* a.m.
2:9 p.m.
9:02 a.m.
9:19 p.m.
disqualifying" himself from any bis life.
possible ease against Beaty. He said an automobile once al-
Dewind asked if Caudle had most ran him down in a rata-jfrom~Jnlv" l'^llfl nXil~Ariiat
not told Ollphant "there was norm in Charlette, N.C. He dld'S? when he was cms-
nothlng to the case and that it not say when, but he has not ionH aawSni HeutLnant iwt*
was a mallciou* attack on Beaty been there in more than a year. n^rArt?ue ueuteoanttte
and through him on you? That "The hatred and bitterness a-i *"y-
it was a deliberate attack by gainst me down there Is just in- t numihw v iau i..
i Frank. Littlejohn of you?" lit- Calculable," he said. "I am afraid ^^tn^ Unh^ fltatf:
tlejohn was Charlotte chief of to go down there" **?&* i a.tfn.!i
police. He said "rumors" had been!??.*SL5;? Eut!S?&ti
Dewlnd commented that if started about him by Police Chief ""?, n.S^?J5 \2?
"Why Powers pulled out of Princess Margaret returned to- fti Construed 1^
the riding only he can say. and day from a four-day visit to '" %, Via piessu "oi- by Howard F"'dd'e Secui In-ire- He "* tWs P01"00
Southern', fiSJL? S&2& tZSS^rZSP'lS*$SS2 3K to drop'tne investigation, tema? Revenue BureaTSgent^throughout the entire war.
ooutnerns operating division handsome new bov friend Caudle said he was lent a car Charlotte wt h turn <
manager at Birmingham. Prince Nicholas of Yugoslavia by B e a t" fo, thre'e or four boned by' the^ommiffbeTnnd fa October 1946 hewas appoln-
to her list of suitors and was months In 1943 and also bought closed doors.
Littlejohn has tried to em-
barrass me." he shouted 1
have been so vigorous in run-
ning down tax eases down
there that I roav have a lot.of
enemies running aground
,ted Deputy Chief of Staff, Gen-
eral Headquarters, U.S. Army
Forces Pacific, with duty station
in Manila. In March 1946 Gener-
al Whitlock was appointed De-
puty Chief of Staff, General
Headquarters. Supreme Com-
mander for the Allied Powers in
He added that with 16 bodies acclaimed as having a "perfect two more cars ihrough his friend
recovered we believe we've, got- figure" by a Paris fashion au- at a discount in 1948 and 1951.
ten them all out except the en- thority. He said he burrowed 9500 from
gireer but we cant be sure." The pretty 21-year-old Prin- Beaty nine years ago while he
Surviving crewmen said that cess, bringing several new Dler was U.S. District Attorney at
Powers jumped just before the gowns from Paris, arrived here' Ashevllle. N.C repaying all but
crash, at dusk in a plane of her fa- $200. which wm cancelled.
He apparently was crushed in ther's oersonal flight. The ulane. i He also acknowledged receipt
me toppling, twisting wreck- 15 minutes late because of of a "little radio" for his family has been masTng "drive t
age of his own train and the strong headwinds, had to be from Beaty. and said the taxi "break up the.=e rackets all over
!rtr v t "talked down" by radar, but operator might have paid his ex-: the cquntry" and he has gotten tiniulshed Service Medal with
c?eofCrtn Crescen? fcSES %?'"* ^^ 8he HffSL"S-V** *0m Cbtott.l'^^p,.lnats"^ S^. S^^^^mh^^
Sm 4 wWKSUSS U8he had spent her stav Inf f ----------------------teer, down m Charlotte." Merit and other decora^..
and bounced an empty head car Paris attending a benefit ball,
on the Southerner on top of the shopping and night clubbing,
aecond car. i Royal protocol kept her awav
'. _. from any of Paris' nude "girlie
tiju car, a segregated coaeh shows" and disaopolnted Paris
for Negroes named "Mississippi" admirers of the fuu-loving
was a death-trap for many of princess.
rtd*r*- The main item for society
tossi&s. however, was the In-
terest paid Margaret by Prince
"Nikey," son of Prince Paul ]
of Yugoslavia and nephew of
the Duchess of Kent.
The prince. 26. tall and well-'
built, saw Margaret off at the 'torm, ordeis which may give
airport in Paris after a four- i^mt fIue. Moscow's latest stra-
day whirl of escorting her about Bg E^JKfesSl W*-.h*Ye
the city. ibeen issued to all Red parties In
A contract for the purchase of ?/* Margaret left Paris, a gL w1e,';t iS*"-?* Prench
16-yard dipper dredge Gamboa fashion authority there saW Communist sources,
has been tentative'v awarded to 8h has an excellent figure even \ .v ... ,. .. .
Harry P. Ouion of New York Ci- though she lacks the expansive-1... j t .. ,, yrg caplt-
ty, according to Information from ess of a Jane Russell. "W ?gng> finally been seal-
the Division of Storehouses The fashion authority, whose f' "if,,Kremlin s instructions
^ His bid of $91,000 was the i>ntifv would not be revealed, ',if ""? {=o!umns ** "The.
Wihest of seven received, six said the Princess had perfect SSSSi .JS:CV ?,n the. ,ntfr_
from the United 8Utes and one proportions and gave the fol- nailonal. arena 1 becoming ln-
from Panama. lowing breakdown: Ple*,n?.ly. unfavorable for the
Dredge 'Gamboa'
tentatively Sold
To New York Firm
He said the Justice Department Tokyo, Japan.
Gen. WhiUock holds the Dls-
Moscow Tells W. Europe Reds
To Step Up Strikes, Sabotage
NEA Staff Correspondent
PARIS, Nov. 27 (NEA) Com-
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Nearly Ready For Royal Air Force
LONDON. Nov. 27 The first With a wing-span of 219 ft 6
bree 140-ton troop-carrying in and a length of 148 ft it con-
imperialist (Western) camp"
Faithful Reds are therefore
| urged to speed the "disinte-
Satlon" of the North Atlantic
eaty roun tries thro urn poli-
tical strikes, violence and in-
creased acts of sabotage.
The orders were the main to-
pic of discussion at a secret
meeting of the Comlnform In
East Berlin Nov 15. To encour-
age Western Reds they listed
four "major defeats" already
"suffered by the International
1. The creation of the Chinese
People's Republic and the "hls-
torlc victory" of the Chinese
2. The establishment of the
Trade Unions held In East Ber-
lin. _____
Addressing top WFTU leaders
who met immediately after the
Comlnform session. Frac ho n
called for the infiltration of Red
agents into non-Communist la-
bor groups in order to sabotage
Western rearmament.
The way to do this in coun-
tries where the Communists are
weak is to encourage political
strikes for higher wages. Fra-
ction Indicated
Since the disappearance of
Maurice Thorei. Secretary of
the French Communist Party
who went for a "care" to Rus-
sia last year, flenoit Fraction
Is considered the number one
Soviet spokesman in Western
He is the undisputed leader of
tbe COT, strongest trade union
federation In Prance, and Is said
to have more than 50.000 agents
entrenched in tbe most strate-
gic industries of the country.
Gen. Dwlglit D Eisenhower is
reported to regard France as the
pivot around which the West
European defense strategythe
whole concept of a European
army, in factis being planned.
not exnec.,4 k t. Continued C-mmunlst control
PoHtburo to 11tr?Ltne a?Tlit ot **** M fU as of strategic
withdro. voiun. (eooomlc eentors In France and
agents in major French in-
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Moscow Is obvieualv convinc-
ed that "tbe undermined posi-
tion and growing weakness" of
the West **anrl to the rage of
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European defense later
With tbe "capitalist West" al-
ready "doomed, to their way of
thinking. Soviet strategy is to use
an means to push It along tbe
path of destruction and- await
patiently the final crash.
A similar policy was reeeat-
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