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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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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"Let the people know the truth and the country it $afe" Abraham Lincoln.

Big 4 Will Resume Talks On Disarming,
Outlawing A-Bomb; New UN Body Formed
Red Truce Negotiators
Spurn UN Proposal On
Man-for-Man Exchange
PANMUNJOM, Korea, Dec. 11
(UP) The Communlat truce
negotiators here today turned
down a United Nations proposal
to ra man-for-man exchange of
war prisoners during the Korean
The Communists also refused
I to disclose the location of their
prison camp. Or to permit In-
ternational Red Cross represen-
tatives to visit them, unless the
United Nations agree to release
all their 120,000 Red
(luring the truce.
Riots Fiare
In Teheran;
35 Injured
TEHERAN. Dec. 11 (UP).
Riots broke out inside and out-
The stubborn Communist
stand in two simultaneous sub-
committee meetings being held
in adjacent tents here left the
armistice negotia t i o n s still
deadlocked, with only IS day
remaining before the Dec. 27
PARIS, Dec. 11 (UP) The Big Four announced to-
day that they hod agreed to resume talks on outlawing
the atom bomb, and on general disarmament, in a new
United Nations commission.
f Britain immediately warned against letting hopea
for disarmament be raised "falsely."
The United States, Britain, France and Russia dis-
closed the new agreement in a communique summoriz-
toda Parliament buUdin8 here ing the failure otherwise of their 10-day effort to re-
Atyleast 35 persons were re-' concHt conflicting East-West views on disarmament.
ported injured in rioting be-! ,. ... __ '------------------------------------------""
tween Government and op- Both sides held out strongly i
position supporters as an open ** armament discussions on Qft 4L.j) f/UIVAnlaTin
session ol the Majlis (parfia- the.' "J" "rms- ,, ., TWlllUM LVflTCfllrVll
ment) was scheduled to begin Tht d?bate on th,t5* Four ? Af ft f s*
this morning. communique on their secret Af DAfArm Darfv
Guards finally broke up the "m,2ei1" ws,f*0** t**" VI KG.VIlii railj
fighting within the Majlis amid ** Pn *' Nat,lons i.0""1*'?.^ fa. a Ail i I W
shouts of "I'm killed" and "I've foUtlcal Committee by British py| Qff |A Jgji j
Still disgruntled directors of
the Kenovador Party announced
deadline for agreement.
But both subcommittee will been truck fatally" I delegate Selwyn Lloyd,
meet again tomorrow. when Mossadegh went to the' J1" debat,e ta. Pected ^
Today's sole favorable develop- rostrum he was constantly T,K, Russlas vo" st the
ment was a sudden Communist shouted down by opposition de- Wests disarmament plan.
agreement to the appointment of putles who are camping in the Speaking lor ; Three Hate yeaterday that their con-
prisoners aew subcommittee on war prls-. Majlts building in fear of the Westem lMn' Lloyd said that ventlou, whlcn had been sched-
i oners, but the new subcommittee mobs outside though there was agreement lmuied tor next Saturday, has w
The" Reds at the same time ran straight into a stalemate at in g0 outside and address Principle'on machinery for dis- postponed until Jan. a.
toon back an offer made only a its first meeting. the true Iranian nation If you M,n* faanent. the Big, The announcement foil*
North Korean Maj. Gen. Lee don't let me talk here and then Four totally disagreed oi the reports mat a rift is devei
8angCho opened the session with! they can truly judge for them-; ma1n, 1ffue8 t0 ** 2lac,P?e*
the proposal that all war prlaon- selves," Mossadegh threatened t^ r contro1 oi thf *Xaca
era of both sides be released af-1 "Dont threaten us. Get the "Tirj... *_ t_ *.. ,/ .
iew hours earlier to permit the
continued rotation of united Na-
tions troops from Korea if the
United Nations would agree to
neutral" policing of the armis-iter the armistice is signed.
IF AN A-BOMB ever dropped on Brooklyn he re,is what it might look like to Person* living
in Manhattan. ThU composite-photo shows the familiar mushroom cloud of the atata-bomo
superposed1 on a night scene with the United Nations building seen ta t&e f oregiOnhd.
Charles R. Morgan
Will Be Tried For
'Borrowing' Car
Ticket Mixup
On Lottery
/Urea In Court
A piece of lottery ticket num-
Taximan Escapes
Trial For Assault
Because of T.B.
Ernesto Arosemena," the taxi
LL Robert Simpson
To Gel Air Medal
For Action hi Korea
Hr-'*, Korea,
_ Correspondence tod
Lt.'Robert L. Simpson, of Pana-
ma City, has been recommended
{or the Air Medal for hit part
in one of the most successful
close support missions flown by
the 61t Fighter Interceptor
Wing in Korea.
Simpson, who is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Simp-
son, of Golf Heights, is one of
three pilots to receive recom-
mendation for the Distinguished
Flying Cross.
Plying a spectacular close sup-
port mission in approaching
darkness, and through bad wea-
ther recently four F-80 "Shoot-
ing Stars" of the 51st Fighter
Interceptor Wing, led by 1st Lt.
Charles J. Flanagan, of Mqnta-
'hell out of here," cried oppasl-i .VJoyd "P0** ?' the W J
roposlng the tion leader Jamal Emami? I "J11"* 0* ordinary people for
I'll rf 5
In effect he was pr,.
exchange of the 120.000 North; Mossadegh: 'Let me speak* <"
Korean and Chinese prisoners in and then you ran judge
United Nations hands for the at fault. If I'm at fault
unknown number of: United Na- sign."
ti"% n-i In} all, fewer than 100,000 Unl- Get out."
tea nations and South Korean
troop* are Usted as missing, in-
cluding about H.OOO Uolatd
State: '
"It woald indeed bajke beea
cnsel thing te hav'had to
ash their hopes by smmnc-
inr utter failar*.
"However, it would be jut at
cruel to raise their hopes false-
m the ranks of the five-party
coalition supporting the govern-
ment's presidential candidate.
Coi. Jose A. Remon.
The Renovador Party, one at
the two parties of the coalition
that do not have a member in
President Alclbiades Arosemena,
is threatening to demand tne
first vice-preaidency on the coa-
lition ticket for Ricardo Arias,
a son of the party's founder.
Vcruti to raise treeir nppes raise- a on oi une pa? wunocr,
osaadegh the* got down from! &I *><** n* justtflea.A. Aria ha. been launched at sec-
i raptare*
Ih todays ir fighting 62 Uni-
ted States Sabres fought about
trie rostrum w i t h o u t havtnf tl".
speak JBist^and Pft answer
^^mS^Vh.n h.L"... w. "We say we have no a
rtJh- u\ t>,t wff .h ^!;!,,Te intentions against the So-
oegn. All that you and your _w nnion VLihinskv aavs he
battle. ojfr'jroTernm.jth?d^i.tomw-;y^^^ "* bB
"He say. the Soviet Union has
wo an -.ere claimed proDa- /"" ^ ?KJS. 13 'no fSTeaiTe intentions against
destroyed, and two damaged, he nation are parading before the ^ ^ the m>rld ^ ^
the Sabres returned tofely to he Majlis gnte> ready to stab unabU at tne ^^,,4 ^,^0
115 Ml "n .
North Korea. IB.*"'nd P"1!'
Two mi -ere claimed proba-i Tfour true representative, ol
AH ...
baM os when we come out.
United Nations tactical aircraft ------------------
claimed a days bag of S3 build- HOflOr Guard Held
lngs, 41 vehicles. IS raU wagon.I *'"' "' *
four upply dumps, one rail fQr "en Whirlnrk
bridge. 18 field pieces and two rur ViCn. wniriOCK
anti-aircraft emplac ementa.: ____ ___
They also claimed to have cut' An Honor Guard ceremony for
rail lines in 77 places.
Major General Lester J. Whit-
^KKK^ be^'^lO^hr'wlnlnV num- f^^w^cr^ and shot ^^e"^ entire on 350-durlng their campaign.
w other people's cars, got bers of last Sunday's1 ^aecondj In the |houlderonJov. J^bjMJ look pla^ t a ^1 valley ,Jut j ^ AMt
There ww only light contact a-' f*- ^il^Z^t^T^^t
long the land front on the 14th 'n* ,<&* Unlted ?**&
day of the undeclared "easy fire" ^^g*^-^'0*?**
between United Nation, and "L" ?ia,rrJL0I?!,i^U p,r*de
Communist infantrymen. *TIVLht tS^S r.-i
anrtauSmentr0eDS8aeoOllCea wSSoS' S "^ToSSSSS
na, destroyed two Russian built and uaIdfm,e" "\nVS ,,er Command were Lieutenant Gen-
9-txjBf "S1";"s % k
gg&sssjstt swears sz
Caribbean Air Command.
troops, southwest of Choriwon
The pilot, were directed onto
their target by a T-8 Mosquito
over to District Court to stand in the Second Circuit Court yes-, ^fuf'y lh1]1rri-.orga* Hosp iplng our napalm right on them/
trial for his actions of several terday for legal possessionito>tbe, w%.tu.h" ae whtch arose after Flanagan said. "After we made
month, ago. ticket to which sbe^tad been' 2J^r^\^SaiUitdio^ run the entire valley waa a
The pair got as tar as San Carlos caslonS had kept the ticket for defendants poor neaitn.
where Morgan lost control of the Mrs Guzman even when she did -^i. rons-and-robber phase be-
ctr' *r&Lyrtt- *nd alm08t|not show up to pav for it befofe ^ops and obber^ase b^ ^ ^
wrecked himself. the Lottery number were play- f"", rtver^ear the Dmit to1 Flanagan led his flight on
.* ?*.?!, ran tnW Pan-iwi on Sundav- "a^v coUect- h k hlg Ucense. when Aroseme:pass after pass over the area,
AJ fi1?htM? LuTwouW inK ,or u the "ext week-^, na said he dldnt have one. En-i strafing the enemy gun crews
mapoUce that his famUv would ^ week the same thing, lke placea hun under rrest with their fifties. Lt. Robert A.
,plClU?n no^s Homltalvrtth happened, but the ticket ven-, j^o^^ then took off in his Klnte, Townson, Md.. and Capt.
IalceK iLS^fStarf idor mistakenly gave the J10 to ab and was pursued by the of- Gerald B. GUI. of Dothan. Ala..
"The flak was so intense I
had to go down on the 'deck'
skimming directly over their
position, to avoid the In-
ion ll Traffic Officer
Rams Turning Truck;
accept such an assertion."
Eren though the Big Four
have agreed to merge two Unit-
ed Nations RTouDS 5 the Com-
mittees en Atomic Energy and
Conventional Armamanta in-
to a new1 commission, they were
as far apart as ever as to what
directives such a commission
should be given.
The communique on the secret
conference said:
"The discussions revealed
serious divergencies on several
matters which center round:
"1> International control of
atomic energy:
"2) A system of stages of dis-
"3) Directives to be given the
2 Canadian Frivateg
Will Visit Caribbean
and vice president.
Renovadores have failed
their member, ap-
of thesahto.
lospital and the promise
that they would be given the
Ministry of Government and
Juitiee after Dec. 1 has hit a
Miguel A. Ordonez, who is now
Minuter of Government and
Justice, has refused to accept a
position on the National Elec-
toral Board, consequently the
vacancy which the government
had hoped for has failed to ma-
In addition to the Renovador
Party, the coalition supporting
Remon is comprised of the Lib-
eral Matadero, Partido Revolu-
cionarlo Autentlcd, Partido Na-
cional Revolucionarlo and Union
Popular. All have already held
their conventions to launch Re
mon and his two running-mates,
Juan A. Quizado and Ricardo
Union Popular is the other
party that does not hare a cab-
inet post, but lt is a smaller
party than the Renovador and is
apparently satisfied with tho
positions its members have hi
hthe government.
Ends Up In Hospital
CZ Cops Seek
Honors rendered to General
Whitlock included two ruffles
and flourishes. The General's VANCOUVER. British Colum-
1 March played by the Armv band bla. Dec. 11 (UP. The Royal
: under the direction of WOJG Canadian Navy frigates Deacon
Thomas E. Colder and a 13-gun HU and Antlgonish are to make Ownt>re Or I ntho
salute. a goodwill cruise to Central and Vwners v/l -w*m
The Honor Guard consisted of South American ports In Janu-lo*) Did a Rnnfc
members of the Army. Navy and' ary. Navy officials announced j ** riiriCj DDUIa
Air Force.
; 210-Lb. Wife Who Bilked Blind Vet
two banged-up legs. ^ Fiorencta Rlvaa of Pedregal
Later Investigation proved ih: who usually bought 9510.
car belonged to Mrs. Beverly C. Rivas discovered the mls-
Dllfer, of Las Cumbres. U- a gome time afterwards but
w.rf-j ,Jde-;-!ed to keep the 6310 becaus
Balma was -RPhnde* "It was the number of the grave
August and got SO days for his { f h reiatives."
loyrlde. Through him, police es- Ul
tiblished the identity of the How that ^ tlcket ^ ^j^
driver. $300 Mrs. Gurmn claims it Is
__,_. ..n_.,,,,rwlhers by virtue of her regular
Morgan -**_ "**"\ purchase of the number and the left" ^ -,
hearing today in Balboa Magis- fact ^,4 tt wa8 miatakenly 1^,,,
trate's Court where he appeared given to Mrs. Rivas.
on crutches and the charge of
fice'r. Several times Engelke was were the Other members of the
(Continued en Page 6, Column 3) flight.
5th Violent Death Puzzles
Penonome Building Tenants
A Canal Zone traffic officer is!------------,.
In Gorgaa HospiUl today with a'
broken collar bone and bruises
I about his bod;. alter hU motor-
cycle collided-w!th an Army
I*.rucr vestcr'av afternoon on m r\ r\
oaiuard Hignwav near spuiw.y Nabbed With Guitar, Pet Raccoon
The tajurea policeman, Alfred 1 ___ ___
D. Helnselnur, was on his mo-
torcycle at 3:J0 pm. yesterday
when he appi cached a two-and-
a-half ton Army truck which was
bout to turn left on Gaillard
into Soillwav Road
Police investigation reveals
that Heinselmhn believed the
Canal Zone police today art
trying to locate the owners of
the following items a 35-cycle
laboratory dental lathe electric
motor, a 22 bolt-action targe*
rifle, single shot with peep
sight, and a pair of men's
hunting boots, about sise 7,
which were found ta the pos-
EVANSTON, 111.. Dec. 11 'UP) coonwhile police checked with i Vear-old Panamanian wander-
A 210-pound woman with a Phoenix authorities on dlsposl-!'m- m tne rjavilan area,
guitar and A pet raccoon was'tion of the case
truck was st'ipplng a. lt pulled 1 weeks ago.
10 the right of r
arrested today and admitted
that abe fled Phoenix, Art..,
with the life savings of a blind
War veteran she married three
the highway. But
when the offlcnr tarted to pass,
the truck swerved to its left to
turn into Spillway Road. At that
Joan Brokus, 24. who once
served a term for kidnaping,
was seized here on a larceny
charge filed prior to her Arizona
taking a tebiele for temporary ft Loiterers DrOW
use" will come up In District -.--.-. ,
court. !$10 Fine Each
moment Heln>elman struck the t escapade
A 20-year-old Colombian youth'f her lover with hU '^^ ,% Vtm? t! J %%?&*$. Wd^-fled
aped to hl5 death this morn- service revolver ,w_i*hich he slid for several feet. S^ier thta week with the 4 000
tag from the third floor of the On Nov. 5 last year WotMrj The ^ik driver. Charles H.!""]" -*/** wltn tM H'W
traglc" Penunor. building on young man leaped from the third Talbott. a 21-vear-old corporal ;"rw"",5"h,
A", Atenu and 23nd Street floor of the huUd'ng to his death nf company C" 33rd Infantry,
Panama City. en the pavement below.
At noon today the police were,
still trying to establish the mo- Orozco, an
tire for the ici-ie jump Of the gra airlines, -
youth. Toms Oroaco Muflo., who .onom builcti
de~ was described bv resident, of the r>.. apparent!
"It's the first time ta the 24
years I've been on the force
Cacares was carrying the
above articles when he was ap-
h.,t 5e,Tt n*,l a raccoon in prehended by Canal Zone po-
lice at 2:30 this morning.
jail." Kelsh said.
He said the woman would be
arraigned Monday on a charge H. _, cr,arged with vaarancy.
of taking $400 In jewelrv and .n^^ cae*te eontlnued u?:
clothing from Mrs. Bertha tll tomorrow. Caceree was con-
Johnstone before going to Ari-|YlctwI of a timil cnam No7,
zon*- 8 and erred 10 days ta jail.
He said he married her Nov.
In October of 1945 Morgan got six loiterers found in a
SO days tor an identical offense sorted building in Diab 1 o'tending u a quiet and polite ho had been ooaraing mm ior were passengers
an>< he has had nrevious convlc- Heights today were fined 310 young man. the last few divs but before he -.oborate this information.
.. .mil, h.t.._, each In the Balboa Magistrate's Orozco Is the firth person to' reached his aster's apartment he on the other ^and. police re-
Uons of petit larceny, Dattery, Cort (Xt violently In tne Penonomeclimbed up on the ratling and oort Indicate* that Talbott did
vagrancy and disturbing the The defendants were all Pa- large apartmen* building own-: threw hlmse;f to the pavement begin his left turn several feet
peace. namanlans. Van Jameson. Jl, ed by the Urbanisation and Re- below. south of SplLway Road.
lle-n 8mall 36. Cecil Parrts, hf bllitatton Bank He was nioked up by several However, tn-estlgatlon is con- pent of the $4.000 on a
Morgan's parent, live in San 31. James Williams, Jl, Prltcrf- About a y err and a half ago a lesidentsofth? building's ground tinuing Responsibility for the
Carlos He c'elms Panam City srd Aubert, 36 and Albert Jor- Irn.m> policemen committed floor and rushed to the hospital accident, b not yet been clear-
as his residence. dan. 32. suicide after killing his unfalth- where he died 30 minutes later, ly established.
But she told police that ahej Ti-j it_ iMk
had used 300 of her husband's I riOSlOn liea L'p A*MB
money to "settle" the theft. n Steredorcg' Strike
from Mrs. Johnstone.
2 ^"i^^ ^.,-Har(h,'tn^nHrt 15-flve days after they met while She was arrested when she BOSTON. Dec. 11 (UP'Tho
ll iJSrJ J^iLlAh. rn.H! s^ntag in a church group. Lar-1 signed a hotel register and the I Port of Boston was tied up In the
second general strike within a
month as l.tOO AFL longshore-
quit work because two of
men were dragged from
homes and beaten by crew-
bezzlement. | tory at Dwlght. men after thev had refused to
Evanston Police Lt. Hubert She was released May 10. 1950,
Kelh said the woman told him i was turned over to Pennsylva-
that she abandoned her hus- nla authorities,
band's car at Mesa. Aria., and, In the kidnaping case. Miss .
new 1 Brokus claimed she was given Steel Flyer despite protests or
I the child bv a familv in Penn-icrew members who sre la
She was held In the city (all! svlvanta She w*% arrested with memhers of the Seafarer". Vm
with her guitar and her rac-ithe infant in Macomb, 111. ion of the AFL.
unload the liner Steel Flyer.
Longshoremen refused to cross
the CIO picket line to unload the

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Labor News
Sam, You Mode the Pants Too Long"
Walter Winchell
In New York
By Victo Rteiel

otste Entrance: Henry Fonda's new plav, "Point of No Re-
turn," Is expected to be the season's Big Hit.. ."Cll Me Madam"
has finally slipped out of the capacity click class "The Moon Is
Blue" remains the Top Straight Show, with "The Kourposter"
runner up Ticket brokers are jetting $35 per pr for "Don Juan
in Hell"..."The Number" appears to be the first of the year's
dramatic entries to lick the critics. The word-of-mouth recom-
mendations have lifted the box office take" every week..."Mary
Had a Little..." opened In London. It was panned. An American
play never produced on Broadway.. .Katharine Cornell's "Con-
stant Wife," which opened last night (at the National), had an
advance of over S2.iO.non. The jury was still out.. The other open-
ing was "Nina" at the Royale. After a stormy tryout tonr, the re-
viewers confirmed Gloria Swanson's harsh opinion when she de-
nounced it in Philiv. This adaptation of a spicy Gallic comedy
(the critics concurred) strives for winks and settles for yawns.
In the Wings: "To Dorothy, a Son" flopped hard on Broad-
way after a hit run In London.. Author Roger MacDougall was
asked: "Were you shocked when the American first-nighters didn't
laugh?".. "Yes." he sighed. "For the first time T knew how Corn-
wallis must have felt".. .Jackie Ellnson's chuckle: "I know how
we can get even with the British for panning 'South Pacific'
From now on let's give 'em all our money In slng'es!"
The Cinemagicians: "I'll See You In My Dreams (many cri-
tics agreed) is a melodious dazzle r Ignited by the late Gns Kahn's
littering lilts, Doris Day's sparkling tweet-tweeting and Daniel
hotnas' nonsense.. ."Oh, Amelia' offers a feeble FreAch farce
with more wrinkles than dimples.. ."Pandora and the Flying
Dutchman" is as romantic as a full moon. Ava Gardner and James
Mason play a duet on heartstrings... "The Thundering Trail" is
mure prairie piffle..."Crusswlnds' concerns thefted gold but the
filot is no nugget "The Lady Pays Off" pays off only with love.
y Linda Darnell... The title "Superman and the Mole Man" Is
ail you need know about That One.
; Stairway to the Stars: Bartlett Robinson (an understudv got
a "break" before his show came to Broadwav He pinch-lilt for
the ailing H. Fonda In "Point of No Return" in Phlfly. Observers
reported he came thru in home-run style. When that play opens
at the Alvln Thursday it will have $750 000 in the bank .Variety's
Hew Haven Inspector thought "Fancy Meeting You Again" had
the nucleus of a comedy click. Needs tightening etc....Clare
Boothe Luce's "Child of the Morning" could not survive the am-
bush in Boston, and while there Is talk that he will doctor it,
the head-shakers wonder why.. .Marljane Marlcle (Barton's wife
to "Wagon") was a freshmnn teacher at the U. of Texas. Landed
on Broadway via Margo Jones' theater group in Dallas.. .Charles
Laughton told the Drama Desk olay-reporters that Shaw wrote
_ the 2ty -hour "Don Juan in Hell" scene (with no interval) with
"complete disregard of the human bladder!"___The "Top Ban-
ana" girls, who appear almost rude, are depressed because a
. critic called them "dismal."
NEW YORK Darkness
shrouded the steps of Manhat-
tan's criminal courts building.
In a corner, huddled togeth-
er, blackening the shadows even
more, the womenfolk of a
murdered man wept softly.
Suddenly past them stalked
a police squad, guns drawn,
escorting a swarthy, foppish,
happy boy of the underworld's
best social circles the man
Benedicto Macri. just acquitted
of the lethal knife slashing of
a ladles' garment union organ-
izer by name of Bill Lurye.
Home to weep some more
went the women.
Home to Netwark to celebrate
went Macri for a convivial
evening with the godfather of
his children, pal of hit drink-
ing hours, none other than Al-
bert (the executioner) Anasta-
Mitt/ Afacrf tcaj put Into
his big black automobilt,
a solicitous police made
certain that he would get
to that party with Mr. A.
For half an hour, another
police squad, with guns
drawn, surrounded Si Lurye,
veteran of the 182nd sui-
cide Paratrooper Division of
Italian fame, and held him
prisoner in the courtroom
until Macri was on his way
home for a gay evening
with the man publicly ac-
cused of heading Murder
Inc.'s execution squad.
These are the facts of an
event on a grim evening a
month ago. These, too, are the
facts of grim life in the sha-
dowland of the labor move-
No vignette could tell the
story better.
The Aristocrats: Show Business Is Like This, Too: Jimmy
Durantes clowning with No. 1 Actress Ethel Barrmorre was well
worth the cost of the electricity to plug in your teevy setbut it
wasn't as good as his show with novice Margaret Truman...Bob
Montgomery's daughter is a twinkle off the old star. Her emoting
on her father's program most have thrilled his heart. She has
talent as well as charm .M. Wallace and Buff Cobb present an
entertaining groom-and-bridecast Their chatter is pithy and
Sunchy.. .Vivian Blaine Is a lulu when it comes to thrushing but
er script Is strictly for lulls. The show has six writers (Writers?*)
...Jack Barry's "Life Begin at 80" (ABC-tv) h fun. They all
a*em so young!...The teevy show alternating Hope, Lester and
Allen has been deserted by Its sponsor. Makes you appreciate
Berle's accomplishment in remaining Top Man.. People still are
agog over that crack Wally Cox made on The Big Show the other
Sabbath. "I've been smoking Tatlulah Bankhrnd for years. No
unpleasant aftertaste."
The Juke-Box: Arthur Godfrey goes into a Swedish or Dutch
dialect on his latest disc ("Dance Me Loose"!, which looks like
It 11 sell like records instead of hutcakes...Dannv Davis, new to
these ears, has a nifty MGM'r in "Crazy Heart" .The Modern-
alres (with Paula Kelly) have a novelty named "October 32nd.
1992." the melody of which Isn't as catchy as the title___Dick
Brown's King platter of "I Wish I Had a Girl" (ar old Gus Kahn
darling) Is best-seller bound...The torch bearers are flocking to
The Blue Angel to hear Annette Warren's tender rendition of "I'm
In Love with the Honorable Mr. Soandso."
Movietown Memos: In the film, "The Model and the Mar-
riage Broker," Thelma Rltter (very comical) tells a husband-hunt-
ing woman of 451 "Stop worrying, honey Did n't cha ever hear of
that king who gave up his throne for a dame who was over 40?"
Fine thing to call a Duchess.. Jeanne Craln In the same picture
is shown being examined unt>r a fluoroscope. (What a lovely
esophagus.')...Coasters say the five films wltt- the best chance
of winning Academy Award nominations are: "Decision Before
Dawn," "Detective Story," "Death of a Salejmnn," "Streetcar
Named Desire" and "Place In the Sun" Two of the five ladies
Sot top honors probably will Include Shelley Winters ("Sun") and
Vivian Leigh ("Streetcar").. .Hedda listed all the Tarsans (and
mates) in the 35 years of his screen career. Omitting Maureen
O Sullivan, who was Johnny Weissmnllers.
Typewriter Ribbons: J. Blaine: Their daughtet returned home
worry late.. M. Dale: A wife Is never convinced you love her
until you buy her something you can't afford E. Beck with: The
Minkome Tax Dept A Bloree: Intuition: The strange instinct
that tells a woman she I* right, whether she is or not.. I. Ma ri-
del: Thumbnail of Washington, p. C.: It's a pretty Caudle of fish!
Tho Mail lei It an of*R Hrmm tor reo.tis el Th. Fensnt* Am.r-
IraH -Hen an receired gratefully and or* hendled in o wholly ei-
H4*"-' il maiMier.
I ron .-tribute letter'don't b. impet.ent it it _*>' ..., m.
O-l doy Letter! er* publnhd in th* ordi received
Plea** try t* beep th* l*tt*n limited to on* paga length
Identity er |*n*r writ*n ii held in rtrictert
Thh ..-i.o, assumes no responsibility tor il.l,m..l, a, opRhhw
apron*, la l*tt*rs frRI readers. P'r*n.
LAYOFFS ON ATLANTIC side days. When this is over, what
Mail Bo* Ertltr Crt8tobaI then? We go hungry. Not the
I)_-^.Mr? foremen and the bosses In the
S& wB,ve me w- SSL. iva; 7w ma.
in your illustrious paper to pres- their money all the time
ffo-S? p.. "2? -ESS. a"ntltm' Men work as good If there are
*'._-*? "2mn*yon m-30 In a gang. Foremen are me
K,8*_,f.toc*,-r*te employes to most of the time, anyway They
the division where we work. say no houses to build because
,_^e ay everybody reads the contract do It cheaper We are
5_. B0X. M*yuf .the Oov,rnor ><* so dumb The foremen work-
does too and will, bring we poor mg so few men and so many
bosses In the office who never see
a Job is why the contract 1*
Watch when this Job near fin-
ish. 3> of us be laid off. the fore-
men stay on with a few men and
draw his money. The bosses it
Here was the buddy of an
assassin helped Into his car by
police, while the brother of a
murdered man was held pri-
soner at gun point until all was
That Anastasia, who has ne-
ver shown ny sensitivity to be-
ing labelled an assassin in the
public prints, continues to rule
the waterfront through control
of a series of small unions
down below.
He has sr*n to It that the
Eastern waterfront Is normal
again under his guidance and
special advice.
Certainly it's normal dock-
workers once more are terror-
ized, shaken down and are
splitting their pay with his
boys "to pay for wine for a
skk friend," as the technique
And once more the longshore-
men are slipping in secretly to
weep, literally, on the vest-
ments of their priests In fear
that their wives and kids at
home may be bloodied if they
don't kick In to the loan sharks
an kick-back artists on the
And the only way the region-
al and international union pre-
sidents, the overwhelming mass
of whom are clean, can drive
out the mobs Is for the union
officers, or the police, to go in
and shoot It out.
_.Th-e union leaders can't do
this. The police apparently are
under orders not to.
And that's what's happening
'i iii
Remember Pearl Harbor?
u!Syrarrompf,iihmr0n- and 0i "UCh **<* m. -'op of-heAld^
We met some chums this day we speak of,
and we tossed a little toddy, and we pretended
that we are not 10 years older and 10 years fat-
ter and 10 years tlreder than we were that day
we all remember that Sunday afternoon the
Japs came to call on Pearl and everybody re-
Jiggered his life.
Somebody was bound to remember the girl In
Sydney or the barroom cleanout In Tunis or
the whatever in the wherever. And everybody
But we were a collection of sad heroes, a
dreary and discouraged bunch of conquerors.
The laughter was devoted to a pleasant inter-
mission In a serious business that most of us
thought would settle most of the question of
this giddy globe. You see, we were young then,
and over-optimlatlo.
Out in a Jet-fighter field in Michigan a young
colonel grooms his fresh flock of crew-cuts.
The colonel had 180 missions one hundred
and eighty Is the figure in the last war,
!,hlchJLome PeoPte already call The Middle
War. The colonel Is 33.
He fought In the Mediterranean and in the
CBI. He was shot down twice. He has a family
"But I like to Uve," the colonel told me. "So
We have seen our taxes go to provide slush
funds here, and abroad, and we have reaped
hatred from some of the people we have help-
ed, and contempt from all
As we look at December 7, our top local story
la a story of corruption in high places, and a
low-octane corruption, at that We have chick-
en thieves in offices where thievery could be
computed in terms of turkeys.
It is a sad commentary that even our thieves
are secondrate.
We massed the greated armed force the world
has ever seen and busted it up to satisfy a Con-
gressional fear of mother's wrath at the polls.
Ten years have passed, and we still have
gotten nowhere with universal military training
We exempt raw college youths and sand tired
old men back to war, thus disrupting their Uves
twice. i .
We have diluted oar dollar, and^nfheted our
prices, and have shrunken our thrift
.We have discouraged effort, Individual effort,
by a cynical insistence on a socialist state
which buys votes and damn-all tomorrow.
We have placed such a penalty on success
rrom a tax standpoint that a common phrase
Drew Pearson soys: GOP tax probcrs should dig inti
of Guaranty Finance Corp.; Public has chan<
name candidate for '52; Congressman ploys into I
munists' hands.
When the Internal Revenue Bureau walked a small ai
2... x"ectrs down the plank last month it singled
any whom Drew Pearson had put the finger on S
Bis two-year campaign against tax-flnagUag.
$_!Vt*.8*n Fr*ncisc: 'l V. Doyle, John J. Bou
Martin J. Tlrney, Ignatius M. Beresford, all of San Fr
_0?_e.0/*? N- _$3__?. M'taUn* coector ta iSshv,
&.[tar- cWeMield deputy, NashvlUe, and Samuel
SPSS.*.***- "> hd earlier named I4M .-H
rs'lgSed? NashvlUe, as a ope addict. He also
WASHINGTON. Republican members of the Kin. I
S2Ei__ eommlttee, apparentirnot trSu-uj? thelx SmV
colleagues, have retained their own tavestigatorai to vm&
Jgjg- recently 'fcned deputy Commissioner of Internal
rheck'imol ne PhMe 0i Bolich'' ct,7ltle y might want
mt_.S.ithB_,umme of 1M9' t0" nwmbm of the Los Ant
aSSm **venw Bu_;t*u eme to Waahlngton with whit tl
wa. ffrtlgm. aen"tlonl tea-frwid case. They VuS tnttfal
._*__ mvolved the Guaranty Finance Corp. of Los Aniel*
SfflSK nWne iM 0n" 0t the "we-t gar^bltag SB
n..ofoVid^n_S wh,cl T-men turned up showed that in la
ShS > % F1narice had deducted from Its tax return Sal
^V. SP61 an.d anoth 1108,000 paid to "BpeSS" 1
No further explanation was given, but treaaunaamtd J
2navr"_;ed thfct the 108.00 was paid to" roKSS^Rjif SSt '
""ftS t" 2SFL w"ipald-'?r Poce proUcn.and *"**
A_V T-men. including Ralph Read, IntelUgence agent
San Francisco, Dan Ooodykoontz, Intelligence aent t fJ,f
_-a?vin KnW.avhan,^_onVrecomm/nded P">*ecutlon of gambll
-MiRfaiaTtlSltSKS?! "17 conferred with varloui high Trea*.
._.r'ir-.thou,h tht i*" **med airtight, the Treaaurv
ome strange reason, let It drop. *rwaaury,
naH_ni*w7P\v? i Anele' California state authorities u
oi,.,2u ?&_*!_ red*.*11 vernment. proceeded ta Prosici
ara ^Ltmb?hu^n,?nbr.^,ntnccomwny n |
_ No one has ever been able to find out whv th*. Troa.
cWo,m^tm.yic1ntoUJly lMCtlVe- M*yb ttSSSJS *?
"I can't afford to make that much money."
iattSaS?sJar t&^SSS^u^bB
and send me up and there is a dirty big MIQ to ,tea? offenders
3-Heblo^ *' "^ "* in"n<^
nSWSSfu, slouch when we consider *$? *'Ti%?St3P% want^'do
est allies seemed to be the nations we were forc-
ed to whip from a standing start of nothing.
We lean on Germany and Japan and we
look afrlghtedly at the Russians, our former
friends, and Uk-tik at the impoverishment and
mpotence of gallant, weary, threadbare Eng-
_.Te ,plrlt dro0P* me more when we glanc*
at the wreckage of ouf economy, at the stench
of rottenness In our government, of the absence
of a single big man In our formal structure of
We practiced, the other day, a mock air raid
we cannot
seem to say whether we want to win It. lose it,
or lust let It sit there.
War In Korea Is now In the same light as a
disease that is reputed to be no worse than a
pad cold. We cannot even gauge enough blood
from our citizens to make us secure in the Wood
Ten years ago on Pearl Harbor Day. I knew
i had to go to war and maybe I would have to
I felt a lot better about things then than now
a pretty horrid commentary on the architects
of peace.
The Burning Madhouse
By Stewart Alsop

rency to utter worthlewneis and the Iranian eco-
nomy to complete chaoe
Thus bar a miiaplawhich car. only take the
form of American financial Interventionthe 4iy
K certainly coming when the Iranian govern-
ment win be absolutely flat broke
No one. of course, can teU orecitely what is
pecle some reUef.
' "w day a boss from the of-
fice came just before quitting and say work all finished.
No more work tlU we send for
you. They keep six men to work
with the foremen so he not be _
laid off. They do this all thelln the office and draw their sal-
time Leave sometime three or'ary. We get hlmgry
___'"..'1l*n,.wit_.f ror_m*,n nt! *8.k Mmie BOdy in tuthortty
te-'t be 1Id off on his leave or why all are not treated alike
W t pav. I ReepeetfuUy.
Fortuntely we are called baeki
to work seme houses for a few Getting Hangry
right across the country'in"
hundred cities.
These' gangster unlong, like
the Commies, obey the labor
laws, and therefore must be re-
cognised, once in, the shake-
down starts.
In Brooklyn, for example, i
businessman was recently a-
Droached by the business agent
of an AFL union.
_,^V,bor "'N0'1 W he
wanted a contract for the
workers, a nickel raise and
didnt care what other condi-
tions prevailed."
.i ___*__**' WM needed to sa-
tisfy the employes
' TEHERAN, Iran.-Thls place is rather like a
Po- this, the official exnect- m4thoue in which a fire Jaai been started,
d S2.000 a month The em- _/1li.S__},,p*nU' .""i* momenta of lucidity,
nt neat ?s thf th t.l" ,ot Lm% ^f **? cur- and mass misery In the cities, where the hordes
otiiiim u liu-i. tne.flre in the Iranian Insane of government officials will bo turned loose, and
5S?, ^LJ? out co,,tro' **<" "J** o1' where the 70OO oil worker wlfl
F_? t?about thuMST" Uni,.j? February. ddenly find themselves without any means of
nJn?LJt ,il ,hls time, according to present Uvellhood at aU.
?iSrU_KEf'bte Iiranlan government should run This circumstance will In liselt give an enor-
3 wilV,?a i_Tn.e^ The 4Iranian govern- mous impetus to the Tudeh, the otawed Com-
Fnr nil ii.r_i.t_ he mJn.wt0 *overn- munist party the only really organised and dls-
nMilLfu1 ?onwths "* Kovernment of cipllned political force In Iran
o^^^o^mTlUTdtr noPSaSe..60" oK. ^^ ****** -& ^&
?._rnherS!ilne^nm_;nt hM .ee.n "r,n*.o about Iour- There are those here who believe that In these
2rr,*SUr,_rn JWi". "."1"*' w-lh previously circumstances a sudden coup d'etat by there-
formed part of the backing of the Iranian cun deh. more or less on the pafern cf Csienoslova-
re2H; _.___,. h-. __, kla, will be the most likely outcome
thelst^l revem, ni,Uh'.d ." Mbt't"te Others consider more probably a somewhi
vn?V._?\J1 f w hi*_.b^n "ed to P*' more gradual and orderly shifting of this gtrate-
elals as whn thi i"n,r!d bJy 'n,comPetent ?/ gleally vital country into the Soviet orMt
forcee' _d _h. to r^ wmy. ^Lw^,0*1 ,eeur,tJ' '!rt'y be_au8e Mowadegh |r ture of victory
i!t'-_?-K_MW .dle .1_Yorker. anyway, and partly because of an odd streak of
mftter o7 f JZ&^PJS&Vl^J 'Ujun In hU peculiar character the forthcom-
Xttam tLtwnTlm ;-i^ lMt p0und ta "** in* 1!c,tlons re expecUd to bi. If not exactly
itetlt*?2Z mi Rfm. f'*at 1*Mt leM ne*"7 "mied In advancethah
ui LrSm,hW_*h_no2' fhe Iranian government Iranian elections habiluaUy are
will undoubtedly be able to keep going somehow.
la IrlfrtSv trtw,t1a!utlon *r. Plnned-but it It is thus considered entirety likely that a num.
from m Z,iflcu,t_t0 eparate a rich Iranian her of adherents of the TurYeb party doubtless
!_? r__h .^.iril "_*.. ln***t with any wearing transparent false whisker* wl 1 bVikwu
mTst^UI t._r*,r*iv *Jidln'' mrythlng they ed to the Iranian Majlis.
TiSK255P.!bp?.-. -w. w,u |T* th Tudeh the legal toehold
and ti_n2_5*2L*_f dLILi?^.t_>w_twW er wni* it has go far lacked. In the period of eco-
tte tauUMfSl llW*l?,-w_LWh J^f?"1 PW J! ic which ues ahead the^udsh mlttt
... Tn8 voting pubUc doesn't realise it, but. whUe the
^^XaXLtJfrT 'fu*- rt97 Ao not nrSr *~
whl ,ob^ machine leaders, and the
wmS^m^jgl&SS^ DWB0CrttlC -* *
thev^mk^! Kl PirdJI,d month' m *to*a*- They pick
cney think is the band-wagon, and Jump etflt.
-.-.7-.*_!,.takM mn*y to corral delegates. In faet aettj
S) y out itW "* buKin9u-^ theater, don't hiv.1^
Here Is how you can participate'
hnv 1i)0MndJ,a Efnn.v v^l card to the' candidate you favor,
box 1032. Washington IS, D. C. (This may be the last
you can send a pcft card,for one cent.)
.- ?_-I,-.or ln-tn<. you favor Elsenhower, address the ca
to "Gen. Elsenhower, box 1982. Washington il, D. a"^_id
^e,.te,ver4e,fld,wr,t,;,: "Im iot 'O" rTlf youY?
$M_,.TRLO0\uWarren of CaUfornla. or any other G
Kn if: **inu *" "**card *Wm'eare -: W
-, w?,v.^lv? 7,n*"nme and address. Your name will not
vPoUSSheare^tt1v?affirtant to '' ^^"ndTSon^oJ
4) Give your present poUUcal party. This too Is lmnortanl
because in next year's election a lot o/peopie may er^5_t|
.^- ^.e 8onth_ for instance, It's claimed by both luenhowe
&$ VeyTre^om^ter' ^^'^ ^t^SS
, J^^Sf1 P^mo6" who plans to vote Republican ii
SordhSiy. CBnd,dat* u nominated, fill out your poet card!-d
=,tii %.* o.thLpoJ? '^ nounced In this column- alid
PresldenUal delegates when they meet
Iron Curtain Propaganda.Congressman Kersten of wi.
consln played right Into Communist handa-by tntr^uclnt a.
KSl2ietutJB2!.II,?,!wt0 -ptnd M-OOOjOOO to finance SbvSv5|
n2$ %Pl1d the iron Curtaln- The Communists^ ariTowl
throwing this In our faces all over Europe. It sJso alvos thaml
*n excuse to finance subversive activities to the \3SX
During World War II, President Rooeevelt spent M00 000 000
financing subversion in Germany and Japan But the' fuP-l
were kept secret.
a few days ago, a
union official borrowed some
baUot boxes as ws the
custom from the Essex
County officials for use In a
union e!e?tlon.
Shortly thereafter t h e
county prosecutor learned
that the special locks on
'he boxes had been replaced
oft mechanisms which could
e opened by a single mas-
ter key. The union presi-
dent explained later he had
ordered this done, so that If
the votino was going against
Ms candidate he would re-
open the box and "rectify
the mistnk:1 This was In a
small Teamster local. The
county prosecutor imme-
diately wrote to the district
council, which will take pro-
per action shortly.
There are thousands of these
incidents discrediting the re-
gional and national labor
-hiefs, now faced with the
toughest Influx of mobsters
i"ce Capore went Weet.
The police can help. Why
don't they
(Cofyrtrti Wl Pest-Hall
yadlrate Ine.)
However, Kersten was so anxious to get credit for finanelnel
anti-Communists behind the Iron Curtain that he leoMLfdbeSI
$V P"*" bjr making It pubUc add attaching1_Tii_jm
. ".'"E .f __ryPt *u8 Ambassador Caffery reports from
Egypt that the feud between King Farouk and ?rimVlalnUterl
Nahas Pasha has reached the boiling point. unisier
King Farouk flatly refused" to read the violently anti-Brit-
ish speech which Nahas Pasha had prepared for Rise g the
KJm ^"Si* cflebraUon. The Prime MinlstsT lzTtura,
bluntly refused to rewrite the speech.
FihaUy the king delivered the speech but toned It down
with improvised changes as he went along. As a result the two
Egyptian leaders are split wider apart than ever
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Rio Treaty's Anniversary
Underlines Role of OAS
Washington observers of the
Inter-American scene, recalling
that this month marks the third
anniversary of the entry into ef-
fect of the Rio Treaty, aeree with
the statement made recently by
John C. Dreier, U.S. representa-
tive on the Council of the Organ-
ization of American States, that
'tremendous'' changes have tak-
en place "in the character and
importance" of the Inter-Ameri-
can Organization since the Sec-
ond World War.
Dreier made the statement to
Economic and Social Council
and the Inter-American Cul-
tural Council which work to
strengthen the econmles and
cultural deTelopment of the
American Republics.
Another major achievement in
the period referred to by Dreier
has been the establishment of an
OAS Technical Assistance Pro-
gram to help the American Re-
publics work together for the
common good.
Still another notable develop-
ment was the meeting of consul-
tation of American Foreign Min-
Answer to Previous Puxzla
1 Depicted
8 He products
13 Agreement
14 Supine
; 15 Abstract beln|"v.r
18 Absolute
1 Obnoxious
2 Hostelriei
8 Lieutenants
4 French article
8 To the inside
i iKi-j.i"ttMHMr..iBM
12JUC: IX ir4Mai iUU3
MCI l_.i:, 4HI2.MI-; wrj
IdOlsIM MHsaa I (Mia.
urjiajl <>> (jm ,
wwrji mv-x II 1L -.: MUki
r-'i-iL-jiri.-irjniwuiai- ureier maae me siaieineni, w muuu w nuw >..... ~.r,.. ......
the OAS Council on assuming the isters In Washington early this
chairmanship. He recalled that
six years have passed since a U.S.
spokesman presided over
At that meeting the 21 Ameri-
,- can Republics unanimously a-
the I greed to present a united front a
Council or its predecessor,
governing board of the Pan Ame-
rican Union. Commenting on
the "tremendous" changes which
have occurred during that time,
he raid:
"Our organization has moved
forward first toward a greater
realization of the principles of
cooperation amona: sovereign
equals cooperation in which
both the benefits and responsi-
bilities are shared.
"it has also moved forward in
the effective execution of the
.tasks assigned to It. In that pro-
cess the role of this council has
become greater and more impor*
tant. I believe that this progress (
has been genuine and good "
The Inter-American Treaty
of Reciprocal Assistance, offi-
cial title of the Rio Treaty,en-
tered Into effect on December
3.1948 when Costa Rica became
the fourteenth country to de-
posit its instrument of ratifica-
tion.^ Plans for the traditional pro-
Etiht days later, on December grams of Christmas music oy
11. the treaty was called upon to 8ilver cRy and La Boca school
meet its first test and was used to;eroUDS have been announced by
bring about the friendly settle-
ment of a dispute between Costa
gainst international/Communist
Dreler's observation about "co-
operation in which both the ben-
efits and responsibilities are
shared," was even more forcefully
expressed at the meeting of con-
sultation by Colombian Foreign
Minister Restrepo Jaramlllo when
he said:
"In these times, we cannot af-
ford improvisation or careless ne-
glect all the material resourc-
es of America must he added to
its moral resources in this great
campaign for the salvation of
Local Rale Schools
To Present Series
01 Xmas Programs
118 Damp
19 Doctor of
Science (ab.)
30 Diamond-
cutter's cup
21 Corded or
ribbed fabric
23 Thus .
24 Dutch (ab.)
25 Red Croat
27 Asseverate
29 Black Earth
32 Plateau
33 Challenge
34 Allowance for hr
35 Distinct part
38 Hindu
37 Coin
38 Preposition
39 Electrical unit
40 Exclamation
of satisfaction
42 Grab
45 Distant
47 Thoroughfare
49 Legal point
51 Drive off
53 Follower
54 Fragrant
56 Made into law
58 Rate of
7 Encountered
8 Irritate (coll.)
9 Article
10 Morning
11 Angers
12 Masculine
17 Measure of
20 Continuance
22 He is a------ 41 Assist
of radio plays 43 Dry
24 Arid region 44 Exist
26 Lifting devices 45 Moors
27 Danish
28 Timber tree
30 "Emerald Isle'
31 Native of
40 War god of
46 Exclamation
47 Let it stand
48 Scatters
50 Observe
52 Vegetable
53 Belongs to it
55 Pronoun
57 101 (Roman)
Rina and Nicaragua.
The treaty, which obligates all
the American states to come to
the assistance of any American
state subjected to armed attack
and to act together in cases of
actual or threatened aggression,
was formulated and approved at
Rio de Janeiro !a 1947.
Ano' her and perhaps even more
important change in the evolu-
tion of the Inter-American svs-
tem in the past six years was the
groups have been announced by
the Schools Division.
The La Boca school program
will be given by the Glee Club
and Orchestra at 8 p.m.
Dec.21. on the school cam-
pus. The choral group this year
Includes high school and junior
college students and members of
the alumni group.
The Silver City High School
choral group and orchestra will
present their Christmas pro-
gram at 8 p.m. Dec. 20, In the
Mount Hope Stadium.
A program sponsored by the
ICIU all tile t/ttov aiA ycaio woo *n4c /. LMUgiaiit o^tiviv** ^
establishment of the Organiza- Balboa Women's Club will be
tlon of American 8tates on a
charter basis at the 1948 Bogot
It was the Bogot Charter that
established the council of the
Organization of American States.
In which all 21 American Repub-
lics are represented, as the m?-
jor permanent directing organ of Christmas Eve.
presented at 7:30 p.m. tomor-
row nleht at the Jewish Wel-
fare Board.
Another program will be given
at 4 p.m. Dec. 23 at the Balboa
The La Boca group will broad-
cast ove AFRS at 11 o'clock
B. H. S. Grad Named
To Phi Beta Kappa
In Bloomington
Mary Lou Mohr, a graduate
of Balboa High School with the
class of 1948. has been named
to Phi Beta Kappa, national
honor society, according to word
received on the Isthmus Mon-
Miss Mohr is a senior at the
University of Indiana in Bloom-
ington, Infnana, where she is
majoring in languages. She- is
also a member of Kappa Kappa
Gamma sorority.
She is the daughter of A. H.
Moh former collector for tne
Panam Canal who .retired
from the service Dec. 31. 1947.
Mr. and Mrs. Mohr are now
living in Orlando, Florida.
the Inter-American Regional Or-
K Bogot ChsVter also es-
tablished the Inter-American
The traditional Christmas ca-
roling by th La 3fK chorftl
croA vrflex(jrid frdbi Dec. 7
to 23, with programs by various
member of the group, on dif-
ferent days. Caroling groups
will visit hospitals and other
institutions sin the Canal Zone
and Panam.
Without taking a hand from the handlebars,
the rider foot-shifts easily through four speeds
with this new 1952 Big Twin Harley-Davidson
motorcycle. Longer-life tires that do not
"peak," Parco-Lubrized exhaust valves, and
a newly designed mellow-toned muffler are
some of the advancements on the Big Twin
which continues to feature hydraulic valve
lifters, chrome plated compression piston rings,,
and the Hydra-Glide fork which "irons out"
road bumps.
' 82 "H" Street and Ancn Avenue
Telephone 2-1881 Panam
'Viking' Infantry
On Winter Maneuver
In Cold, Wet South
CAMP RUCKER. Ala., Dec. 11
(UP).Troops of the 47th "Vile-,
Ing" Infantry Division pushed!
Into the field in a wind-driven
rain today for their first full-
scale war games.
Dark, low-scudding clouds
brought a threat of colder and
continued rainy weather for the
four-day maneuvers. Division
policy-maker, had prophetically!
called for lessons In rare and,
prevention of cold weather in-
As forward elements moved
out of the cantonment area,
they passed the first aggressor,
prisoners, being escorted to the
rear echelon for questioning.!
Scouts captured the prisoners,!
members of the crack 508th
Airborne Infantry Regimental,
Combat Team. The 508 "Red
Devil" unit was Imported from
Fort Benriing, Ga., to furnish
opposition for the 47th.
MaJ.Gen.Korman E. Hendrick-
son, 47th Division Commander,
yesterday warned officers of,
the 508th that Vikings would
play the game to the hilt.
"I hope this Is the last time
I see you men," he Joked.
"When this problem ends, you'll
all be dead and dried on the
i reservation. I wish you the worst
,of luck."
Emphasis during the ma-
neuvers will be on tactical doc-
trine. Some 300 umpires will
roam the 65.000-acre Ruckcr
Military Reservation, checking
: troop leadership, combat ef-
fectiveness. and tactics.
Troops moving Into the field
are taking everything- except
live ammunition to fight the.
problem. They will use tanks,:
flame throwers, and flares, as'
' well as some 300,000 rounds of'
i blank rtfle and artillery am-
When the Vikings return to
i campo Thursday, they will have!
! completed their last maneuvers |
' prior to their participation In
Operation Long Horn next
spring near Fort Hood, Texas.
owa Constables
I Beg Sheriffs' Pardon
For Whiskey Raid
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iwaa, Dec. 11'
(UP). Constable Basil Gross-
nickle ran into trouble today
because he raided a hotel room
and seized four cases of whis-
key In a room occupied by the
Iowa Sheriffs Association.
The board of directors of the
Iowa Justices of the Peace and
Constables Association said It
would ask Grosswickle to resign
from the group at a special
meeting tomorrow In Des
If Grosswickle refuses, the As-
sociation will oust him, said
Marvin Fatka, association pres-
Grossnlckle pulled his rain
on the room of J.aStelnell. busi-
ness manager of the Sheriff's ,
Association, which was holding
its annual convention here.
Grossnlckle claimed S.telnel
violated a state law prohibiting
anyone from selling or giving
away liquor.
Attorney General Robert Lar-
son said the law Grossnlckle
cited was passed In prohibition
days and now is outdated.
He said the new liquor law,
which provides for liquor sales
by state stores, bars no one
from serving liquor to guests.
Larson charged that Gross-
nlckle made the raid to "em-
barrass" the sheriffs.
On that note. Fatka expressed
the "regrets" of the Constables'
Association to the sheriffs'
group and announced the plans
to oust Grossnlckle from mem-
Grossnlckle will still be a
constable, however.
HE GOT THE BIRDKenneth Rankin of Overland Park, Kan.,
sits slightly dazed behind the wheel of his car after a chicken hawk
crashed into the windshield as he was driving near Wellington,
Kans. The impact lodged the big bird in the shattered glass. Rankin,
his wife and son were startled, but uninjured.
Canal Transits
Show Sharp Drop
During November
Panam Canal transits by ves-
sels between the East and West
Coasts of the United States
dropped rather sharply In Nov.,
probably as a result of the
longshoremen's strike.
Average dally transits by
ships in the intercoastal trad
dropped from 1.7 during Oct.
to 1.1 in Nov., according to
monthly traffic statistics from
the Management Division.
Total Canal transits by com-
mercial vessels of 300 net tons
or more dropped from 544 in
Oct. to 502 In Wov.
The transits averaged 18.7
daily in Nov. 17.5 the prevloua
Tolls for the month of Nor.
, totaled $2,053 373.08. in^lud'"- a
credit of $172,911.64 for tran-
I sits of United 5t? s Govern-
ment vessels
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Great White Fleet
MS. Wyoming................................. Derember 23
Libert ........................................... ii.-i-n i,n iv
llr Dr France................................... Drermbrr 26
(rl.loh.l I 1(1 M II I IM i' ii n,,v 501 In .1-2476 IHU
Panama- UNDO V m mm mi s a Bo inns
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Shipping & Airline News
*ew Orleans Service
S.S. Junior .....
S.S. I'lljriqui .
SS. Fiador Knot
A Steamer......
S.S. Chiriqui ....
Handling Rtfriferalcd Chilled and Genera Cars*
New Vorfc Service
the ICAO conference in Buenos
Aires, which lasted two weeks.
Nicoline Maersk
Dorks at Cristobal
The Nicoline Macrsk is dock-
Inn today at Cristobal to dis- 5 Danish Crewmen Drown
charge cargo and four passcn- When Boat Capsizes
geis. on her way to New York COPENHAGEN. Dec. 11 (UP*
from the Far East. She arrived Five Danish lifeboat crewmen
last night at Balboa. One of the drowned off the coast of Jutland
passengers embarking here is Er- yesterday when their boat cap-
nesto Brin. who is going to as- sized while returning from an
sume his duties as the new Pana- attempt to help the distressed
manan Consul to Copenhagen. Dutch dredger Kimhem, which
Fen ton and Co. are local agents had sent up rockets,
for the ship. But when the lifeboat reached
-------- the dredger In the midst of the
wif, .-___. violent gale, the dredger said it
did not need their help, but
wanted a tug.
S.S. Cape Cod .......
S.S. Metapan ........
S.S. Cape Cumberland
Cristbal to New Orleans via
Tela, Honduras
S.S. Chiriqui............................ DeTTs
S.S. Chiriqui.....(Passenger Service Only).....Jan!
Executive Here
Frank McPhcrson. Branlff exe-
On the way back, the lifeboat
cutive from the Dallas Texas of- overturned outside the sand har-
ifce. arrived last night for several ;bor T of the crewmenaclun
SS ,fay tmSSS^a Elf t0 the keel- but other sl* we"
that time, McPherson will di6cuss sweDi nwav Five nnn fnnnri
the cargo problem with the Free ^f^e & %&**
Zone companies .as well as pro- lhesixthi the sk,Ppvrj was hospl_
per documentation necessary. talized.
i Meanwhile. Branif f s Sales The .n ,h k ...
Manager in Panama. Pedro Diaz, e/uhpeand ^JeS T^e Xem
returned over the weekend from
mil turn
2000 modern room*
bothradio Muiak
spotless comfort
.i m i* 11, *
The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
Royal Mails Lines Ltd.
M.V. "SALAVERRY" ....................... ne 13th
M.V. "FLAMENCO" ................. "Dec 13th
M-v- talca"........................:::::::::;;:;pec: m
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO".................. March 1st
M.V. "SALAMANCA':........................... Dec 15th
M.V. "KENUTA- \...................V.V....... .Dm 22nd
M.V. "CUZCO"...................................d7c. zgth
M.V. "LOCH AVON"..............................Dec. 34th
S.S. "DIEMERDYK" ............................Dec. 20th
Accepting passengers In First. Cabin and Third Class
Superior accommodation available for passengers
All sailings subject to chance without notice,
PACIFIC STEAM NAV. CO.. Cristbal. Tel. 1S54 1655
FORD COMPANY Inc.. Panam Tel. 3-1257/125S: Balboa 1950
was still anchored off shore, mi-
nus a radio.
MATS Officers Study
. PAA Clipper Car(o
Pan American World Airways,
which trained thousands of Al-
lied airmen as navigators during
World War II, now Is aidingon
a smaller scalethe United
States Military Air Transport
A picked group of MATS
ground officers is studying cargo
operations at the Miami head-
quarters of PAA's Latin Ameri-
can Division.
As representatives of the
how the big commercial carrier!
of International alrcargo does thej
job at the biggest International
air gatewayMiami.
PAA's three-week course is giv-
en to two MATS officers at a
They study organization, cargo
procedures and reservations and
scheduling in the traffic depart-
Then they get on-the-job
training in PAA's huge cargo ter-
minal, followed by study under
ling by the military and PAA, but
they are Interested In the hy-
draulic adjustable loading ramp
used at PAA's cargo terminal to
speed both loading and unloading I
of aircraft.
Became* rue ceiuhc?,ahot*ek. the flook...
Out of this World
mtnal floor to the plane.
_. ,,, : PAA's filing system to facilitate
The MATS officers, who range prompt tracing of shipments al-
from lieutenants to majors, find ;so has been commended, as has
much similarity in cargo hand- the entire cargo setup, which last
month handled more tonnage
than ever before In PAA's histo-
South Bend, Ind. (NEA) _
i Twelve Notre Dame seniors, ln-
Cargo planes are towed into eluding six regulars, played their
position and the ramp raised to I last game against Southern Call-
the aircraft door to provide a le- fornia.

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The Dean of the Diplomatic Corps and the Ambassador
of Pern to Panama and Mrs. Emilio Ortir de Zevallos enter-
tained at the Embassy on La Cresta with a dinner tWen on
Friday evening. '-
Attending nests Included Mr. Eric Arthnr Cleugh, the
Minister of Great Britain to Panama, the Minister of France
to Panama and Mrs. Guy Menant, the Commanding Gen-
eral of the Caribbean Air Command, Brigadier Gene nd
Mrs. Emil C. Kiel. Mr. William Y. Boyd, Mr. W. Robinson,
Mr. Robert Rice, Mr. Gaspar Pacheco, Miss Maria del Rosa-
rio Qrth de Zevallos, Miss Glorela Calvo, Mr. and Mrs. Ja-
vier Ortli de Zevallos, Mrs. Oscar Fierro, Mr. and Mrs. Ro-
gelio Garcia de Paredes, Mrs. Simonr de Raulln, Mr. and
Mrs. Pedro Diaz, Mr. and Mrs. Ro-elio Alfaro, Mrs. Elisa
Heurtematte, Mr. and Mrs. Colon Eloy Alfaro, and Dr, and
Mrs. Jaime de la Guardia.
to the Fort Amador Officers'
Wives Club when it holds its re-
gular business and social meet-
Ernest V. Trott Marries
Irs. Hascl Irma Seixas
Mrs. H'zel Irma Selxas and
Ir. Ernest Vivian Trott have an-
lounced their mar-lage on Sun-
lay evening, Dec. 9,
The ceremonv was performed
Dy Judge German Lopes at Mr.
frott's residence In Bella Vista.
Congressman and Mrs. Reed
Ito Sail Friday
^he Honorable Daniel A. Reed on His Birthday
sell, in the pergola bar at the Ho-
tel Tivoll.
Those attending included Mrs.
Helen Rhodes, Mrs. Edna Whlt-
ver, Mr and Mrs. Arthur Endi-
cott. Mr and Mrs. Arthur Ham-
mond. Dr. and Mrs. W. H.
Grant. Mr. and Mrs. Fred C.
Hall end Mr. and Mrs. Buckley
i Parents Honor Adolfo Arias
Costa Rican Ambassador
Mf. Alfonso Guzman Leon, the
Ambassador of Costa Rica to Pa-
nama, left on Friday for a brief
visit to Costa Rica.
Guests at Hotel El Panama
Mr. Joseph P. Hoonlg, the
General Manager of the Kirkeby
Hotels Corporation, will arrive
tonight from Cuba, by plane, for
a visit of five days on the Isthmus
during which time he will be a
guest at the Hotel El Panama.
Caudle Knew Tax Shakedown
Was Cooking; Told No One
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Lam, ac-
companied by their three chil-
dren, arrived by plane from Ar-
gentina Sunday night en route to
Costa Rica. They will be guests
at the Hotel El Panama until the
thirteenth of December.
vill be among the passengers
Iwho sail Friday from Cristobal
Isboard the S.S. Cristobal. The
Congressman and his wife have
[been guests at the Hotel Tivoli
[during their two weeks stay on
Ithe Isthmus.
I Guatemalan Minirer
I Visiting in. Costa Rica
Mr. Oscar Benitez Bone, the
|M1-lister of Guatemala to Pana-_.
ma, accompanied by the Director Janeth Ytaton on 13th Birthday
of Protocol in Panama. Mr. Ca-I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth D
Mr. and Mrs. Adolfo Arlas E.,
entertained Sunday with a lun-
cheon at the Hotel El Panama
given in honor of the birthday
anniversary of their son Adolfo.
Celebrating with Adolfo were
Octavio Mndez. Pancho Arias,
Octavio Arias, Jackie VaUarlno,
Billy Paint Malo, Alfonso Arlas
and Alfredo Arfas.
Buffet-Supper Honors
Irrllo Levy Salcedo, left Friday by
Iplcne, for a short visit In Costa
|Ric> _____
| Pi ^'das Leave Isthmus
Central Lenidas Pineda, the
I Minister of War. Navy and Avia-
Vlnton of 8an Juan Place, enter-
tained recently with a buffet-
supper In honor of the thirteenth
birthday anniversary of their
daughter, Janelh. Santa Claus
decorations and refreshments in
red and green were in keeping
t'.oi of Honduras and Mrs. Pine-1 with the christmas_season. As-
|c*a left recently after visiting for
several days on the Isthmus.
I Mr. Maroney Entertains
:'r. Robert C. Maroney was
|h-:. to twenty friend-! recently
at a coclttall party given m the
South patio of the Hotel El Pan-
Mr. and Mrs. Hall Hlbbard
have been guests of the Hotel El
Panama for the past several days.
Mr. Hlbbard is the President of
the Lockheed Aviation Corpora-
Boyds Return to Panama
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Boyd
of La Cresta, returned Saturday
morning by plane, from Miami,
after a vacation of several weeks
spent in Europe and ta New York.
Vacationers at El Valle '
Mrs. John T. Gorln and Mrs.
Marvin J. West are visitors tor
two weeks In El Valle.
slstlng Mrs. Vinton was her
daughter, Kathleen Vinton and
Mrs. Stephen Savage who is a
visitor on the Ischmus from
Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Guests Included Paula Sulli-
van Louise Tate. Peggy Apn
Donovan, Becky Esser, Shirley
Harned, Elizabeth Howze, Mary
Marjorle Ely, Mprtha Hackett,
Carmen Smith, Janet Stoekham
I Mrs. Hammond and Dixie Lee Stoudner.
Honored on Birthday _. ..
Mrs. M. Gladys Hammond was Fort Amador Officers' Wives Club
the guest of honor yesterday on j to Meet for Coffee
the occasion of her birthday an-1 Mrs. Robert G. Fleet and Mrs.
niversary at a cocktail buffet glv- :Marion H. Jackson wil
by her brother-in-law and hostesses at 9:30 ajn
Frances Greening
Has Exhibit at J.W.B.
The Canal Zone Art League Is finally
sponsoring a showing of the por-
traits .still life and landscapes, In
oils and pastels by Frances
Greening (Mrs. John F. Green-
ing) to be on exhibition at the
Jewish Welfare Board Center
through the holiday season. The
public is Invited to attend.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 12 (UPi+genera
Ousted assistant attorney
general T. Lamar Caudle testi-
fied yesterday he was warned
last August that his name was
being used in a $500,000 tax
shakedown attempt but admit-
ted he didn't notify legal
authorities until recently.
Caudle testified before House
tax investigators for the sixth
time as President Truman post-
poned his scheduled "house-
cleaning" conference with At-
torney General J. Howard Mc-
Grath. The White House said
Mr. Truman will see McGrath
soon but did not fix a date.
After hearing Caudle's testi-
mony, subcommittee chairman
Cecil R. King (D., Calif. said
he was "concerned" because
Caudle did not move in on the
tax shakedown case immediate-
King said the inference might
be drawn that Caudle feared
being involved.
Caudle conceded his fail-
ure to act probably was an
"error in judgment." But he
said he "didn't grasp the
whole story" and had no idea
whether it was true or false.
The ex-official, fired Nov. 16
as head of the Justice Depart-
ment's tax division, said Atlanta
attorney I. T. Cohen told him
nearly four months ago that
his friends Frank Nathan- and
Bert K. roaster used his name
in an attempt to shakedown
Chicago lawyer Abraham Teitel-
Whllevhe felt that the infor-
mation was given to him in
confidence and should be treat-
ed that way. Caudle said he
James M. Mclnerncy tax shakedown,
if it existed,'
about the report a month or | would constitute a crime, ana
two ago. that the proper move would be
Mclnerney is chief of the. to tell the FBI.
Justice Department's criminal! "Maybe I should have done
Division. something about it, but I
Caudle did hot say whether didn't," Caudle said. "I was
he asked Mclnerney to inves- concerned about my name be-
tlgate the case or take any ac- Ing peddled around."
Caudle said he promptly
leaped to the conclusion that
Washington "mystery man"
Henry W. (The Dutchman)
Grunewald also was Involved
In the alleged plot to export
money from Teitelbaum, for-
mer attorney for the late
gangster Al Capone.
Under sharp question in
Caudle insisted he had
met Grunewald.
Asked why he was trying to
avoid Grunewald, Caudle said
because Grunewald had got
"a lot of publicity" in Senate
wiretapping hearings involv-
ing a controversy between
plane maker Howard Hughes
and Sen. Owen Brewster (K.,
Caudle's testimony directly
contradicted his previous state-
never jment to reporters that he had
.never heard of Teitelbaum un-
independent agency to weed
this thing out" to keep cor-
ruption from becoming a hot
issue hi the 1952 Presidential '
The Democratic chairman said,!
however, that he is not in fa-
vor of firing McGrath, who has I
been called to testify before the
house investigators today.
Caudle, who was fired Nov.
16 for "outside activities in-
compatible" with his official
duties, was the first witness
to bring up Grunewald's namo
in connection with the alleged
shakedown plot.
Previous testimony had estab-
lished that Ollphant, who ad-
mits owing Grunewald $1,300,
took an unusual interest lit
prosecuting the Teite Ibaum
Oliphant admitted that hi*
interest was prompted by "in-;
quiries" from Grunewald. and
that Grunewald had urged him;
not to mention this fact.

He said the only reason he; tU the Chicago lawyer went be-
thought of Grunewald was that fore the subcommittee last
Naster had been trying to get'Tuesday with his sensational
him to meet "the Dutchman.' I story.
Caudle admitted he didn't re-! Teitelbaum swore that Nathan
port the alleged shakedown at- and tSaster demanded $500.000
tempt to McGrath, the FBI or from him to "fix" his tax case.
General Services Administrator' He said he told them to "go
Jess Larson, whose name fig- to hell" despite a warning
ured in the rumors. I from an anonymous telephone
He also did not tell Charles' caller that they had Caudle
Oliphant, former chief counsel and Charles Oliphant, resigned
of the Internal Revenue Bu-
reau, whose name likewise fig-
ured in the alleged shakedown.
Subcommittee counsel Adrian
W. DeWlnd then brought out
that Caudle did not tell the sub-
committee about It in his first
appearance at a closed session
in November. Caudle said he
thought he did. In any case,
he added, he would have if any-
body had asked him.
Answering a question from
Rep. John W. Byrnes (R., Wis.',
told assistant attorney Caudle conceded that such a
chief counsel of the Internal
Revenue Bureau, "in their vest
Reports that Mr. Truman will
take dramatic action to clear
his Administration of "corrup-
tion" charges were reinforced
by Democratic National Chair-
man Frank E. McKinney. who
told a new conference he also
will confer with the President
on the issiT soon.
McKinney said he will urge
Mr. Truman to order "a
thorough investigation by an
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Concert is Tomorrow Night
The Balboa Woman's Club will
sponsor a concert by the La Bo-
ca Choir under the direction of
\llss Emily Butcher at the Jew-
ish Welfare Eoard Center tomor-
row evening at seven thirty o'-
clock. All members of the Bal-
boa Woman's Club and their
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The program will be divided In-
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Deep River
It's A Me CLord
Nobody Knows De Trouble I see
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Silent Nitjht
What Chlld..iifhjB
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Sleep Of The Child Jesus
Lullaby For Christmas Eve
Coventry Carol
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Deck The Halls
Afl'els We Have Heard On High
Cantlque De Noel
Ye Watchers And Ye Holy Ones
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Canal Zone Art League
to Meet Sunday
The Canal Zone Are League will
hold their last meeting of the
year at three o'clock Sunday at
the Jewish Welfare Board Cen-
ter. Election of officers will be
held and the orogram for the
coming year will be arranged.
Prospective members and all
others who are interested are In-
Shirley Jorgonsen,Honored
On Saturday evening, Miss
Shirley Jorgensen whose mar-
riage to Mr. Robert Magle will
be solemnized at a later date of
this month In Pennsylvania, was
the guest of honor at a surprise
bridal shower given by Mrs. Geo.
Walker at her home In Cocoli.
Appropriate games and contests
were played and the guest, of
honor was sent on a Treasure
Hunt to find her gifts and re-
membrances from her friends.
A miniature bride and groom
and white flowers were used as
the centerpiece.
Among those invited were Mrs.
Jessie Jorgensen, mother of the
bride-to-be and Mrs. Jorgensen
8r.. also Mrs. EJsle Yates. Pegirv
Raymond, Thelma Beckerstaff,
Margaret Alteen Mrs. George
Miller, Mrs. Bouche Jr. and Mrs.
Bouche, St., Mrs. Yolanda Foth-
erlngham. Mrs. J. O. Barnes,
Mrs. Maureen Klvle, and Col.
Virginia Hardy.
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Coll Mueblen Ideal. Tel. 3-1216.
Ponami. or see Cloud Swaby, La
Boca No. 906, H. or coll Leroy
Cooper, Gamboa C. Z. Tel. 6-
CR SALE:Bamboo desk ond lamp.
Vsl. 2-2494.
C.' SALE: -Mcytog Washing Ma-
ch ne 25 cycle porcelain tub. Ra-
c.o-Phono Comb. 25-60 cycle,
chist of drawers (4> light wood
3 woy floor lamp, China cabinet
with glass doors, ropero, clothes
cabinet with 2 full length mirror
oors, goto legged tapie i maple'.
5 pc. Holiywood bedroom set
low type, with inner spring mat-
tress and coil springs, vanity with
large mirror, ond stool, beside
table, and chest of I4i drawers,
pictures, tobies, chairs, etc. Tools
LATHE, electric motors, paint
sprav pistol, welding outfit Igasl
Ro.laway tool cabinet (Snap-on)
saws, wrenches, grinder. ALL TO
i lii Si. Apt. 16. Colon.
Service Personnel and
Civilian Government Employes
r I N A N C I
your new or used cor through
Fort Worth, Texas.
Serving Government Employes ond
Service Personnel in the Canal Zone
for 14 years. With our financing
your insuronce automatically adjusted
to U. S. coverage.
FOR SALE:1949 Oldsmobile con-
vertible, Rocket 98, 1949 Ford
1 -2 ton Panel, perfect condition
AGENCIAS SASSO, 4th of July Ave
No. 63-A.
Do yen hovo drinking roblen?
Writ* Alcoholin Anonymoui
Box 2031 Anco*. C. Z.
car does not run to suit you, coll
Panama 2-2624, Universal Sevice
Inc. for complete service. No. 10
Jernimo de la Ossa, work guar-
BAIL BONDS:Boil ind Guarantee
Compony S. A.. No 78 "B" Ave.
Tel. 2-3078. Box 1352; Colon
Agency. Centrol Avenue 12167,
Tel. 639.
Houses ON BEACH Sont Clara.
Phone SHRAPNEL Balboa 2120,
or see caretaker there, also house
ot CERRO CAMPANA mountains
Williams Santa Clara Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms Frigldoires, Rock-
gas ranges. Balboa 2-3050.
Cabins, food, swimming. No reserva-
tions necessary. Choice lots lor sole.
FOR SALE:1950 Buick Special, 4
Dr. Dynaflow, radio, heater, 7
tires $1.750.00. Phone: Cocoli
FOR SALE.1950 Oldsmobile sedan,
Hydromatic, 4,800 miles, seat
covers, W-W tiras' $1,695. like
new. 1409-D, Carr St.. Baiboa.
FOP. SALE.-Domestic Sew.rg Mo- F0R SALE:Sur|y4 vehicles: Corn*.
cn.r.e. attachments, buttonholer,. moBj,r,_ v/eoeon Carrier., 1 ton
$125; 2 unfinished book coses 3 ,!, j,#pi< e. Trantaawtes Aro-
x 5\ $10; 2 dressers, $5 eoch;| Mm#(1,_|rM red plostic kitchen table, chrome; on Vii |,,lib., jyrt past Juon
Franc Track.
trim. 2 chairs. $20; one floor
lemp, 2 table lamps.
Fhone Cocoli 596.
SALE:Cold Spot refrigerator
: double bed spring. Coll 2-j
!0 after 5 p. m.
Will buy CASH. Used Pick-
ups, Jeeps. No. 8 Peru Avenue.
Tel. 2-4516. Panama.
Bids will be received in the office
of the General Monoger, Commis
sory Division, Mount Hope, Ca-
nol Zone, until 3:00 p. m.. De-
cember 20, 1951, when they wil
be opened in public, for all or
port of a 25,000 pound lot of
poultry food, consisting of bread
flour with added inedible tank-
age. Inspection ond particular?
may be obtained at the Commis-
sary Division Cold Storage office
Mount Hope. Canal Zone.
FOR SALE:Trainer Sidewalk Bike,
large sturdy tricycle. L. R. Evans
house 616-X Mmdi St. Tel. 2-
FC': SALE::Refrigerator 25 cycles
Westinghouse. Frigidaire refriger-
ator 60 cycles. Guatemala living-
room four Pc. set. Singer industrial
tewing machine. I -4 H. P. Sim-
mons couch, baby crib, youth's
bed. Stroller. Phone 916, Colon
FOR SALE:One General Electric
' w--.hing machine without motor.
rhr;p. House 56-A. 4th Street
1 Ceso Slito. Phone 83-917.
CR SALE:Er-y's bicycle, medium
< size, excellent conditicn. Luggage
carrier, basket. 171-C. Roosevelt.
N-w Cristojiol, Cristoboll 3-2343.
FOR SALE:Refrigerator, 25 cycle
, $65.00 gocd condition. Tel. 6-
"51. Gcmboa.
FOR SALE:Mahogany Bor and Ac-
! ee*'Ti"le*, $45.00. Phone Navy
: Help Wonted
WANTED:A very gocd cook, do
WANTEDA very good cook, does
so'ory. Avenida Federico Boyd No.
We hove just received a shipment
of the beautiful new Acroienic Bald-
win pionoi.
L. F. Gorcio, 34th street
Opposite Lux Theatre. Telephone 3-
4947 3-0672, Poncm.
Phillipi. Oceonside cottages. Sonta
Clara. Box 435. Balboa. Phone
Panamo 3-187/. CrtsMOOl i- 16 73
Gramlich's Sonta Clara beoch-
cottages. Electric Ice coxes, gas
stove*, moderte rotes. Phone 6-
441 or 4-567..'
It is actually cheaper
to buy a
than to accept any other
as a Gift.
Beside? Protection Against
Injury, they save many
times their value in cost
POWER alone.
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
PARIS, Dec. 10 (UP).- The! *^d.mod,!arin*
made ^.nV^Na^^nl K^bact roa".?of Fort Davis
ES '?wniteiiiSi!?nS dbul leading to Pier 45. As you view
today with a searing A t,o Z the model from the road vou
condemnation of the Western JSEKL n^dffomth JS
KMl'Ve" SETS? 2 It ^Srliliheo *%* ,
Ed Nation? S^^,J^moi^lDukm^m^la^n.^nd.nryml%y)nK the beach
Snit^r *? -?.2.. UTS!* sroeaa, Beach obstacles are set trucked from Fort Sherma 5 & *re ^""P along thi shoreline. On thel The project was made
^SJ**SL?SSB*L*~ .-shore, beach markers are erect- by. the cooperation of
Enemy high ground positll
In the rear are set with but
ere, artillery, and machine
The successful construction,
the model was enthusiastic!
carried out by members of
First Shore Platoon under
supervision of Sgt. .Frank
Otero, a veteran of seveial
fhlblous operations in the S<
aclfic during World War
The fine sand and coral
The German Reds insisted on
FOR RENT:Chalet 2 bedrooms,
bathroom, gorage, Venetian blinds
porch, terroce, maid's room with
lamps, fenced. Via Porras and
First Street, Carrasquilla No. 55.
telephone 3-1864.
FOR RENT:To responsible person.
Furnished house. 3 bedrooms, liv-
ingroom, diningrgom, office, three
porches ond garage. Tel. 3-3143
Pono ma.
FOR SALE: Girl'* bicycle, arm-
choirs with cushions, portable ra-
dio, corner book case, all excel-
lent condition. 37th 5treet No. 7
FOUND; -,/yd.luobb dHrtn, Colon.
Fridoy. Owner redeem same on
propar identification and payment
this advertisement. Phone Cris-
tobal 1847.
Hove a free dance analysis Tuesday-
Thursday. Soturefoy. Bolboo YMCA.
WANTED:To rent onopartment or
chalet of two bedrooms, just for
ginning January 1st. Please call
in Spanish to Panama 3-0587.
WANTED:10 to 12 ft. aluminum
cr fiber glass dinghy. P. 0. Box
774. Gamboa.
Son Saves Father
From Suffocating
In Crumbling Well
HERMISTON, Ore.. Dec. 11
-- Su*? ?lyteeradryldaffater*ffi
" trapped 18 hours in a caved-'n
well, at times buried up to his
neck and in danger of being
suffocated by crumbling soil.
Construction workers from
nearby McNary dam on the Co-
lumbia river dug all night,
gouging a pit around N. V.
Ford with power shovels so they
could scoop him from the 20-
loot drop trap.
Ford's son, Leon, 18, braced
himself against board supports
for seven hours, holding on
with all his strength to keep
earth from completely covering;
!hls father.
a> ''How's that boy?" the father
a j asked after he was rescued.
_ His son had been put to bed,
. suffering from shock.
I .,Ford and hta son wre digeinc
, the well at their farm at nearby
Westlund when the cave-In oc-
The farmer was buried to his
JmZufJySLmlEl walst Jand one of hls ft was
wTlStVS Z Pnned between planks on which
fc| they ii bota talk about. ^j ne had been standing. Neigh-
, bors almost had him out when
Will buy CASH. Used cars: Pick-
ups, Jeeps. No. 8 Peru Avenue.
Tel. 2-4516, Ponoma.
Amricon-businessmon desires fur-
ri-hed bachelor apartment with
moid service. Bello Visto prefer-
red. Coll Mr. Kent 2-4611. after
6 p. m. El Ponami. room 529.
MOTHERS, for children's wear
Infants to 4 years visit BABY-
LANDIA No. .40. 44th Street.
Bella Veto. Tel. 3-1259.
FOR SALE:16 mm film pock Cine
Kodak. Looks like new. Has only
.i taken 1,300 veet of film. Phone
A 3-3303.
Modern furnished-unfurnished apart-
ments. Maid service optional. Con-
'oct office 8061. 10th Street, New
Cristobal, telephone 1386 Colon,
FOR RENT:For 2 or three months,
elegant aportment furnished with'!
all facilities, one or two mornedj
couples without children. 49 St.
No. 19, Bella Vista.
Tel. 3-1713
22 E. 29th Street
ed to 'denote the approach John L. Farrell and the me,
onTd!".&"t-,thelr i channels and landing sites for bers of hta platoon supervls!
Sr.nVi,,ntrf in,, i if, ,.H^ Vv." ** landing of troops and sup-'by squad leaders, cpls. Milton
rnntr^ of tML ^nn.tnn P1,M- *. A novelty on the I Lovas, Harold Hidde, and Do*
I. S5a.2Sup"on beach Is an operating electric'aid Bell.
EXn to*nl^SSL*S, "n1 'ip on the beach mas-. This model will be used f|
election to unify divided Ger- ter,g obMrvatlon tower. | practical demonstration an
*rv, K.i.t.j -___>._::-* Inland; miniature r o a d s, lectures and "will prove a val
th^t^man?^Tthr^ tralnln- aid for amphibl
davs after th?wet^\arm.nlh0w tne <**iy engineer re-ious troops giving them a cleJ
^i.. J! JUn *rman'! construction work in an opera- insight as to their type of mil
ESS STUE 'or t,on < nature-
united Nations pre-election in-
spection of both East anci West
Israel opened today's de-
bate in the United Nations
special Political Committee
with a brief point ef order
decrying the fallir of the
West Germans, in their Sa-
turday appearance, "to ex-
press any condemnation of
the Nasi regime murderers
of an estimated
Big Czechoslovakia!! Purge
Is Following Slanskys Fall
VIENNA, Austria, Dec. _111 Slansky's former deputies Jos
(UP). Western diplomatic, Frank, Gustavo Bares, ai
sources reported today that Stefan Bastovansky also are ri
5,000,o#o Czechoslovakia is- undergoing a ported to have been arrested.]
I sweeping purge in which more' The diplomatic sources sal
Almost immediately the first'than 15,000 persons, including they believed the purge is iu3
of the two East Germany speak-top party and government lead-!getting under way and thi
era Deputy premier Dr Lot- ers. have been arrested. additional top-level arrests ai
ser Bolz told the United Na-| Diplomatic representatives re-sure to be made,
tions that the "New Germany" lCently arrived here from the They also predicted a r ,
he represented was determined'communist satellite country said ber of Czech representative
to abandon the aggressive war the wave of arresta followed broad particularly son?
government charges that Rudolf members of the Czech Unitd
Slansky, former secretary gen- Nations delegation probab
eral of the Czech Communist will refuse to return to the
Party had attempted to over- homeland and will ask pollti
throw the country's Red re-1 refute as a result of the lat
gime. I Purge.
Arrests are said to range from' Moat quarters here belle
top to bottom of both the Com- the sweeping arrests and pura
munlst Party and the govern- are an outgrowth of a person
ment. | struggle for power betwei
Those Jailed, these sources Slansky and President Qol
said, are accused of partid- wald.
patlng in slansky's "plot" to I
take over the administration I
If yaur list is long ond your wollet's
flat, Panama Guidebook'll take
care of thot. $1 at your favorite
book or news dealer.
ceived scavengers, SPOTTED CAT-
11 Via Espaa, opposite Juan
Fronco Stables, phone 3-4132.
FOR SALE:Golf Clubs. H fr B
Power Bilt Golf Clubs used twice
4 Woods. 8 Irons. Costs $173.50.
Sole Price $115.00. Telephone
Bolboo 1665.
FOR SALE:Sherwin-Williams Paints.
Varnishes. Enamels. ALMACE-
NES MARTINZ, 83 North Avanua
'phone 2-0610), also 3 Martin
Sosa St. (phone 3-1424).
FOR SALE:Electric train (Gilbert),
Americon Flyer, new, ot o give
oway price. La Porisien, Avenida
Central 113.
FOR SALE:Lionel Electric train with
considerable extra equipment. Will
sell for first reasonable offer.
House 1505-B, Akee Straet, tele-
phone 2-2378.
FOR SALE:120 Bass Italo Ameri-
con Accordion with Case, good
condition. Cheap. House 1609-
Old Cristobal.
entirely renovated and well fur-
nished. Rates reasonable. Bache-
lors enly. Inquira at The Ame-
rican Club focing Da Lessepi
FOR SALE:1949 Sallbury Scooter,
ported ond relieved $225.00. Coll
for sale the following items of
surplus office and airport equip-
ment, which moy be inspected ot
Anli-Segregafion Suit
In South Carolina
Could Be Reopened
COLUMBIA, S. G, Dec, n
(UP). Gov. James F. Byrnes
said today a three-judge Fed-
eral court could order a resump-
tion of hearings on a suit to
rule out segregation when it
gets an equalization report Dec.
Byrnes said Clarendon County
will submit a written report on
the progress it has made to-
ward equalizing Negro schools
in the Summerton district. The
court will then decide what it
will do about the suit.
Byrnes told a news confer-
ence that both parties In the
suit may make motions when
the three-judge tribunal con-
venes in Charleston to hear the
Clarendon report.
These motions could Include
one to resume arguments, he
Presumably, the court could
dismiss the Clarendon suit if it
thought the progress report sa-
tisfactory or it might maintain
jurisdiction in the case and call
for further reports.
Or it could find that the re-
port is unsatisfactory.
The court in June ruled two-
to-one that public school se-
gregation is not unconstitution-
But it ordered Negro schools
in the Summerton district of
Hotel K' Puimi
Offers Stocks for sale:
Fuersa y Lu (preferred)
WanUs to buy Stocks:
Tel. 3-4719 3-1660
course followed by "the cri-
minal Hitler regime."
He said the Western pro-
posal for a United Nations in-
auiry into the conditions of
emocracy in Germany would
be "tantamount to intervention
in this peaceful domestic prob-
lem In Germany."
Bolz castigated the West for
promoting West German re-
militarization, and for hatch-
ing plans with German gen-
erals "who gained their ex- take over the administration Inf. #, r\
perlfnee in the ranks of the Rnd break away from the So- KV ifiWaflfi PfOb P
Fascist German Wehrmacht." Iviet Union as Marshal Tito did 'vlfBjBjtj riVUIC
He blasted the contrabtual: in Yugoslavia.
agreement negotiated between) The big names linked with
the Western powers and West1 Slansky and ow reported to
German Chancellor K o n r a d be under arrest Include Bedrich
Adenauer as a device to bring Geminder, former deputy sec-
a new West German Wehr-1 retary general of the Czech
macht (Army) into the Euro- Communist Party and reputedly I warar
Rea,n^rmJy commanded by Gen.,the country's top "Kremlin oosal im
Dwight Eisenhower. \ man," and Richard Slansky,! 5to a^MofTa^k ni!. rtTv'
He said the agreement was brother of the deposed party I the subfert fnr^K.SSX
without paralled or precedent,' chief and chief of the foreign the nLmtunL L t^ ^
and confuted tre-on. mh%*. r +** SSSSSASSS^
Will Be Discussed
By Civil Engineers]
t, "?Tr' aewafe and sewage i
n posal improvements in the
Slipcover Renpholstery
J. r. de la Ona 17 (Aatomoblle Row)
free Kstlmatcs Pfekap A ellverj
Tel. J-4SZS : .n. to t.N >
Young U.S. Pianist
Arrives For Concert
With R.P. Symphony
Without Worry Or Care
IS Tivoli Ave. Pan. Z-20H
ministry's press section.
These two were said by di-
plomatic sources to oe among
a list 61 at least ft top party
officials arrested Nov. 26.
That was the day Czecho-
slovak President Klement Gott-
| wald announced Slansky's "con-
The same sources said the
I liaison section of the Czech
Richard Tetley-Kardos. young Ministry of Defense has been
American pianist, is scheduled PurSd completely for the aec-
to arrive in Panama City today iond tune ta B S^ar-
'at 3:30 p. m. to begin rehearsals' The, ministry itself Is headed
for a Joint concert with the Na-; bv Alexei Cepicka, Oottwald's
tional Symphony Orchestra of i "7in"1*w- ., _,, ,
Panam in the auditorium of Tne recently arrived diplo-
the National University next maf aJso 'Ported that Zdenek
WOI-S TAL "AV naaj ez#
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pjd)UBJBno *oa\
suiniano 9 saoiujoojmvw
spujia uBijauaAaivaaa
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Tomato Juice Cocktail
or Pur Parmentier
Beef a la Mode
Mashed Yam String Beans
Hot Rolls Jr. Butter
Salad Dessert
Coffee Tea Beer
Join us for Cocktails
for CoekUlb^
4 to 6 Dm
is *?*.
APPtTlZIRi -On Tne Mouse-
a second cave-in buried him up
to his neck.
It was then his son noticed
more soil about to tumble over
his father.
He braced his father's back
against a board supporting and
himself against side planking.
Slowly, he scooped dirt with
his hands into a bucket lower-
ed by neighbors who answered
his calls for help.
Seven hours later the boy
had removed enough earth to
relieve the pressure on the sup-
Wh/n rescue crews took over,
they hauled heavy equipment
from the dam six miles to the
They tried to yank Ford free,
but his foot was wedged tight
by the timbers.
With power shovels, they made
a large pit around the farmer
who was trapped in a hole about
iour feet in diameter.
Floodlights were set up as
the rescue work went into the
Meht and about 300 person
sathered to offer help oi
2 Tivoli Avenue between 2.30 Clarendon County made equal
and 5 p m. doily:r Under
wood typewriter, elite type, 20 inch
carriage, 3 desks lone steelj, I
Royal Enfield bicycle, I Bendlx
tuneoble VHF receiver complet
with power unit and loudspeaker.
I electric clock with 24 hour
diol. a quantity of "Syntholux"
synthetic finish point in sealed
one-gallon cons, aircraft radio
transmitter and receiver suitable
for conversion to spare parts, and
miscellaneous chairs, etc. Ne tele
phone inquiries.
(Continued front Pagt 1)
allegedly forced against the curb
on his motorcycle by the driver,
and when all other attempts
failed, he opened fire at the end
of Gaviln Road. The fourth
shot wounded Arosemena m the
left shoulder.
He was hospitalized Nov. 13,
and the preliminary hearing was
continued until the defendant
It was learned that Aroseme-
na turned over to Pana-
na authorities who are being ad-
vised of his condition.
to White facilities.
The Negro plaintiffs
Monday evening under sponsor-
ship of the Inter-American Wo-
men's Club.
Currently making a Latin-
American tour, Tetley-Kardos
comes to Panama direct from
Costa Rica where he haa had a
number of successful perfor-
Fierllnger. vice premier and
chief of the state church office
and Oldrich John, president of
the National Assembly, were
1 ailed for questioning. It is be-
lieved they later were released
Bruno Koehler. former chief
manees In collaboration with! th* ,party's 5a .illl u
Dr. Joseph Wagner and with
whom the local Cultural Com-
mittee of the IAW made ar-
rangements for the brilliant
artist to appear in the Republic
of Panama.
Tickets for the event will be
priced at $1 eech and will be
placed on sale this week at sev-
eral nlaces yef to be announced.
No tickets will be sold at the
door of the auditorium on the
evening of the concert A por-
tion of the proceeds will ro to
the local scholarshio fund of the
non-profit Cultural Committee
of the Inter-American Women's
Tetley-Kardos had becomo n
musical institution on the West
Coast of the United States be-
fore receiving further laurels as
a result of two solo snots with
his wife. Ludmila, who was Jr.
Oottwald's one-time personal
secretary, also are believed- to
be under arrest.
Neither has been seen, the
diplomatic sources said, since
sometime in September.
vil Engineers.
Carlos Guardia, local
presentative of the consult
engineering firm of Greely
Hanson of Chicago, will be
speaker at the dinner and
ness meeting scheduled for 1
day at 7 p.m. at the Army i
Club, Ft. Amador.
Guardia has assisted in
prepaartion of the report subr
ted by Greely and Hanson, wr
covers not only design and cd
structlon of the improvements]
the water and sewer systems,
also includes a financial sti
and the legal aspects of the prol
Anuual election of officers fl
1B52 will be held before Mr. Gua|
dla's talk.
The official nominees selects'
by the nominating committ;
President, Horacio E. Clair
Pedro Miguel Elects
Mayor, Civic Council
Next Wednesday *
Wednesday, Dec. 19, has been ft
set as the date for elections to f. L*Vrf52 Phllharmonlc
choose the members of the Pedro nid Hollywood Bowl perfor-
Miguel Civic Council for 19S2. i maj!c*;I _, ,_
At a meeting held last week It1, "is New York debut was made
brought the action have ap- was decided that ballot boxes ,n 19*4 at Carnegie Hall and he
pealed the segregation ruling I will be located at the Pedro Mi- was introduced to a nation-wide
to the U. S. Supreme Court but|guel Commissary and Post of-iradio audience ihrouarh a 30-
that court has not yet acted flee from S a.m. to 6 p.m. i we,e engagement on Blng Cros-
A poll tax of 35 cents will be by Kraft Music HalL His more
charged. The tax will be payable extensive musical travels began
at the pools and all residents'as accompanist to some of to-
over 15 years of age will be ellg-|day's most famous singers, in-
Employes May Take
Leave, But Canal
Works On Xmas Eve
on it.
Rotary Club To Hear
i'arkc-Davis Story'
The Panama Rotary Club
members and guests will hear
"The Parke-Davis Story" at the
regular luncheon of the Club to
be held at Hotel El Panama on
Thursday at 13:15 p.m. Guest
speaker will be Edward Castao.
Manager of Local Offices of
Parke-Davis Company, who will
tell of the operations of his
company through the Colon free
ible to vote.
A liberal leave policy will be
adopted for Canal employes on
Christmas and New Year's Eves
but Company and Government
offices will remain open on
those days, according to a cir-
cular issued by Governor F. K.
Heads of bureaus and divi-
sions will be "authorized and
encouraged to reduce their
working staffs to a minimum
on December 34th and 31st by
permitting employes to take
leave," the circular said.
The Governor's circular on:
the subject follows:
In order that employes mav
lt Vice-president, David
2nd Vice-President. Ouillerr
Secretary-Treasurer, Leo
Cagiey. (3yr. term.)
The Army-Navy club facllltitL
will be available for use of Panal
ma Section members and thef
guests fo refreshments and dir
It is suggested that membeij
carry their current Panama Sec
tlon dues card for identificare
at the sentry gate on Amadc
Members are asked to inforrj
the secretary, if they plan to at
tend the dinner and business
meeting at the club, in order tha
arrangement* may be made.
Dinner will cost $1 per met
ber and $1.75 per truest.
King Observes 15th
Anniversary On Throw
eluding Lotte Lehman. Lily have the benefit of as much
LONDON, Dec. 11 (UP) Ki
George VI observed the
Anniversary of his ascension
the throne by spending the
quietly at Buckingham Pala
Palace observers believed
and time off from duty as practic- dlsMlon last ni/ht of
able immediately precedlne'52^5? RS
Voters will elect a mayor, a 'Pons, Gladys Swarthout
treasurer, eight senior council-,Grace Moore. able immediately preceding7,.m"r.' ^TToMi'T'aVit. ,
members and four Junior coun-l Recently Tetley-Kordas com- j Christmas and New Year's day,! ^P0!*1* .t?0.""^ 2? ,. J
cilmembers for a term of one pleted his fifth engagement at heads of bureaus and dlvUlonsi'^S*' *!lrn,ce#,Lth? m.
year from the following list of the Radio nil stall in .... .tnnri#i >nn^ '
For Mayor: Mr. E. B. Curling,
Mr. C. W. Hammond.
For Treasurer: H.H. Corn, Mrs.
Joe Dunning.
For Senior Councllmembers:
Mrs. Lillian Abell, Mrs. A. M.
Bouche, Robert E, Budreau, Mrs.
Margaret Budreau, Mrs. Eldon .
Coffey, Mrs. Dolores Coffy, Em- Jack Love.. Adele Melssner. Carl
est B. Curling, Mrs. Naomi Curl-
ing. Mrs. Caollne Dedeaux, Mrs.
Jean Dombrowsky, Mrs. T. J. Eb-
don, A. Felixson, Truman H. Ho-
enke, Mrs. Ciara Jacob-son, J. Ho-
race Jones, James A. Mable, Ted-
dy A. Marti, Mrs. Katherine
Melssner, Roy S. Phillips, Bron-
son B Powell.
For Junior Councllmembers:
Frank Bryant. Jr., Ginger Coffy,
Donald Corn. Helen Edwards,
Beth Hatchett. Jtmmie Jones,
City Music Hall in,are authorized and encouraged i,t
New York City where, under the;to reduce their working staffs! *^f
baton of Alexander Smallens, to a minimum on December 24th I '
he has plaved 560 performances i and December 31st bv permit- n r, ~ .
of the Liszt. Rachmaninoff,ting employes to take leave Paasenjjer Car Output
Gershwin and Warsaw concerts. These days will not be holidays Tlrons f(\ Patrratnt
before an segregate audience of and holidav pay is not involved. ^^ r"l,ul
nearly a million and a half per- "U. S. Government agencies DETROIT Dee 11 (UP)7
sons. in the United States have been v ear 20 per bunt fewer passer
authorized to change the work cars win be produced owir
week for the two holiday periods government restrictions on
to provide for employes being;rials, according to the Aut.
excused on December 24th and bile Manufacture's' Assoclat
December 31st with make uo ot
these days on December 29th
and January 5th. respectively. It
has not been deemed feasible
to adopt the United States prac-! sharply during the July to
Police here heard a new reason tice, the liberal leave policy ember period,
for car theft. A 16-year-old ad- stated above being substituted!
Melssner, Shirley Million. Anne
Mulligan, Billy Rosan, Beverly
Rosan. Freddie SOI, Jr.
Blame* It On Church
high"' during
six months of 1961, it droi
mitted stealing the car In which
he was stopped on Sunday morn-
ing. He said he hag taken the ear
to go to church./
therefor, owing fo the con- The total output of motor
tlnuous work schedules which reached an estimated 5,3]
are in effect in the Company this year compared with
*nd Government." S63 of last year.


\*-s4llantic S^ocieli
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Box 34, Qalun Dtf'pLnt (/atuH 216 Of 463
Mrs. Bovincton K. Oren entertained with a luncheon In
honor of Mn. Robert J. Carroll on Friday, at the Fort Davis
Officers Club.
There will be an exchange, of
gifts. Mrs. Wtlliam Wray willpre-
slde at the meeting.
Bobbie Sehultx Celebrates
Tifth Birthday Anniversary
Lieutenant and Mrs. Frank R.
Schultz of Fort Davis gave a
Glass Hobbyists Uncork
Some Strange Bottles
Mrs. Carroll, wife of Lieu ten- Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Fragor
nt Carroll, wit! leave with other I Entertained in Margarita
members of their family arty in! Mr. i
the New York for new duty In Balboa
Jthe States. A sift was presented'rita, Suuuay i !"->" """-ihirthriav i
fto her from the hostess. i Prager' brother-in-law and sis- ?An Brnhie
'"'"'"J," 1*1 pro-p, f Party Saturday afternoon, Dec
\x. and Mrs J. F Prager of ^ 8 m u OHlcers Ciub 01
b*-Her^Jh?S?,J2a?Mr'i" PM- w c-'lebrate the fiftl
, Sunday as the guest* of Mrs.'.h' ,_ .
m ner worn cm nostew. irager', brother-in-law and sis- ?on Bobble
The guests included Mrs Henry jggjMr. and Mrs. Anthony Fer- b,rtnd cake ornament-
LJay5 H"^!?1^JL5SS" nndM- !* n. green ana centered with a
Inett, Mrs. Jame; Scarborough,
iMrs. John H. Wkgs. Mrs. Albert
|A. Picclrllll, Mrs James R. Jess,
Mrs Joseph Cetanla, Mrs. Harry
IF. Oreen, Mrs Walter Skelstal-
IIis, Mrs. Henry Hart, Mrs. Albert
IHIH, Mrs. John T Donahue, Mrs.
I Frank R. Schultz and Mrs. Geor-
[pe D. Poole, Jr.
M^ErSTcoUon'and M?i? each holding a
and Mrs. Jamos L. Fernandez.
Mrs. Whisnant,
neo Gay Burgess,
"ft M'V^ant, the for, J& HenryJ, ?*/>I- ""ri
candle, pop corn balls, novelty
hats and a book," Twas the
night Before Christmas" was
plven to each guest.
The hostess was assisted by
NEW YORK (UP.) Under-
estimating the power of women
Mrs." Berlnger, a handsome
I grey-haired grandmother, is first
vice president and assistant gen-
eral manager of Welcome Wag-
on, with headquarters In New
Th w i vn siripnv Tpndpre Ertc and Henry Hartwlg, Marcia
\ Su^rL AMniverairVprrtv Kennedy, Ricky Green, Bobby
KmS Mr" wmtarn L Vaniand Patty OilMlan. Jack Ogan.
Hielen Jr o' Grrun were hon- Jane Hock. Kathy Skelstaitis,
is lmposslbe once you've met | *l" v a CTOunof friends with Kat* Ple- Conchetta Verga.
Mrs. Rosanne Berlnger, who dl-;_ .,lrnru w>Hd recta 4.000 of her ex in one at !LSn^tiS{?h^/^^l^iW(litMniton. Richard Carroll,
the most extraordinary money-JSK at meu njme ouna*yi james Burgh. Sammy and Patty
making schemes of our time. B ; Donnelly, Otto Pre, Leonard
The couple was presented with Wugjuta. Jeff and Bruce Wlggs,
a set of steak krtves and other ^hartes and James Scarborough,
novel gift* from the group. ,Bruce Taylor and Julie Wise.
Included hi the group were Mr.--------._._,_
and Mrs. John J. Tobin. Mr and .Womans Auxiliar of Church
York. If you've never heard of mm. Howard a Anderson, Mr.iOt Oar Savior Has Meeting
Welcome Wagon, then chances and Mrs. Caleb C Clement, Mr.1 The Woman* Auxiliary of the
are you've never had a baby or p.nd Mrs. Robrt Chandler and American Episcopal ,Church of
** I __ ._ i riiiB Onail. 41! ban K.lq IITatlii^l
NBA Staff Correspondent
Three cheers for the lady from
Minneapolis. Minn., whq has
found a new use for old pickled
herring Jars. They make dandy
terrariums for growing ferns and
things like thatif you happen
to need a terrarium and have a
stock of used pickled herring
There is also cheering news for
people who have been wracking
their brains wondering what to
do with their empty embalming
fluid bottles. Stacked on end and I
stuck in cement, they make a
fine stall shower.
These tidbits of useful knowl-
edge came to light when the
Glass Bottle Blowers Association
held a contest to find new usea *
for old bottles. There were more-)
than 500 entrants, who had turn-1
ed old bottles Into everything i
from statues to false teeth hold-
Since every decent American
home has a cache of old bottles
In the basement or attic, these i
tips on how to transform useless
Old bottles into handy things like
terrariums and false teeth hold-
ers should come in handy.
| moved to a new community.
The concern, dreamed up some
20 years ago by Thomas Brlggs.
a former Memphis advertising
man who still Is its president. Is
run by 4,000 "hostesses"women
working in big and little cities
across the nation, calling with a
gift basket on new mothers, new-
ly engaged girls, or new residents.
The gift basket carries an as-
sortment of small Items from
Mr. and Mrs Richard Danlelson. Our Savior will be held Wednes-
,_____ ,ray, December 1?, at 2:00 p.m.
Isthmtan Branch of American Mrs. C J. (ysulllvan will pre-
C.alld of Organist? Meet < The membets areTeminded
The member* of the Isthmian to bring gifts tor the orphans of
Branch of the American Guild of Bella Vista Home.
Organists met Saturday after- ., :, ,.,,
noon in Coln. They visited the Colon Red Crow and Catlica
Cathedral of the Immaculate *cclon to Hold Dance
Oonception in Coln, and the1 The members of Coln Red
American EpL*eopal Church of Croas and the Catholic Associa-
Our Savior In New Cristobal for ton of Coln will sponsor a Cos-
Wa'^V,^nV.n*riV"fr*p"of short program? ot organ music, tume Danoe- to be held at the
roerse to the ftmUv^hEh to! The group had dinner at the Strangers Club Friday. December
"s,e, ,t0_ jTin member the Washington Hote' and later were :4th. from four to seven o'clock
LVfStP^^ it rnrnw to'entertafced at the home of Mr. to the evening.
cRhogXg the Weil concerns ? Mrs, Arthur A. Albright ta|. A prize will*, given for the
they'll patronize.
Gatun. at which time costume Refreshments will
of organ music was played. be served free to the children.
Each child woo attends is ra-
lba group included with Mr. quested to bring a toy, wrapped
and Mrs. Alorlght were Mrs. marked frr boy or girl and
B. Gray of Gatun, Mrs. lone F.!oge. The toys will be distribut-
McLavy. Mr. and Mrs. Franz ed at Christmas to the needy
the neighborhood, is paid for her Manfredl anrt tnf Regent of the children of Clon.
neighborly calls. The local busl- chatter. Earl K?eney from the --------
Pacific Side. 'Slumber Party
Hostesses Paid
The hostess, usually a long-
time and well-known resident of
Among the entries were
A flashlight, made from an ol-
ive Jar. You have to screw a bulb
into the cap. stick in a couple of
batteries and hook them up. The
light supposedly flashes on when
you tighten the cap and turns off
when you loosen it. First, of
course, remove and eat-olives.
A pickle Jar was magically
turned Into an aquarium. It was
a big pickle Jar, to allow the fish
room to swim. A gherkin Jar
won't do. unless you have some
gherkin-sized fish.
Beer bottles, apparently the
most versatile glass container,
were seen as lamps, vases, ash
trays, statuettes and glass. The
latter Is an ingenious contrap-
tion, made by cutting a beer bot-
tle in half. Then the top part is
turned upside down. Inserted in
a block of wood, and, presto, you
have a dainty piece of hollow-
stem ware. In colors, too.
i A Jelly Jar became a bird
GLASS Hobbyists Outlines ...
BANKER: Berts Simpson.Oak-
land, Calif., won first prise with
this caricature on a bottle.
ness houses foot the bill for the
Ci, for the hostess and for the
service. The hostess may
earn as little as $3.50 for one call,
or as much as $1,000 per month
If she's'In good territory and
works hard enough. *:M
Mrs. Berlnger, who's been with
WW almost ever since Its begin-
ning, said all the women are full-
Miss Jeanine Nix entertained
Cristobal OES Club to Hold a group of her schoolmates of
Christmas Part ,. Cristobal High School with a
The annual Christmas party of .-lumber partv *t the home of he
the Cristobal Eastern Star Club'parents. Mr. and Mrs. Carl N. Nix
will be held JildAy night at the of Gatun. .,- -j i
home of Mrs. ,W. T. Jefferies,1 The W>*tt v ere the Ml a s e s
1002-A. Old Cristobal, next to the I*neve Sbugn. Toanne Recela.
Fire Station. At seven o'clock Jacquire Boyle. Dora Welch and
time employes and all have had dinner will p-ccede the meeting. Margaret RMff
a concentrated course of training
before they're started on com-
munity calling.
"The girls love the work." she
said with enthusiasm. "They're
being good neighbors and getting
paid for It. No one shuts a door
in the face of some one bringing
Mrs. Berlnger is so enthusias-
tic she's already enrolled her
nine-year-old granddau g h t e r
Rossane as a hostess, to start
training In 1982.
Contents of the gift baskets de-
pend on what local concerns par-
ticipate and to whom thev go. A
new resident may get everything
from a week's subscription to the
local dally to a cake of soap from
the laundry and a can opener
from the grocer. A new mamma
may receive a month's free diap-
er service from a laundry, a baby
ring from the Jeweler, and some
baby powder from the druggist.
Women Grateful
Mrs. Berlnger, who shuttles be-
tween her New York office and
her home in Dayton, O. dug
through her files to show the re-1
eeptlon given her concern.
Thank you notes were numerous. I
and there were several citations
from Red Cross or other com-
munity service organizations for !
WW'a free contribution to their
Typical of the 4,000 women
workers Is Mrs. Emily Boyd. who's
"hostessed" In Los Angeles and
Montgomery. Ala.
She enlarged on her original
Job so much during the second
World War that she was running
an apartment-hunting service |
and a linguists club for war
brides who came to America with
little) knowledge of English.
"I've pinch-hit as a baby-sit- I
ter, I've cooked many a mesl
when I found the mother too
busy. Tve even acted as arbiter
in family arguments," she said.
"Why you never know when you
ring a doorbell what you'll come
up against."
Sudden Death Claims
Arthens Hall: Burial
Tomorrow Afternoon
cotillion Club Danee
Wn Attended
The regular formal dance of
the Washington Cotillion Club
was held Saturdav night in the
ballroom of the Washington Hor
tel. It was well attended by the
The body of Arthens Hall. who;membe and their uest*. A-
died suddenly yesterday in the mong those who had guests
Santo Tomas Hospital, will be were Mr. Louis Palmer who en-
buried tomorrow afternoon at 4 tertatned Miss Dorothy Dennis
o'clock in the Jardn de la Paz and Mr. Bob Duglas; Mr. and
Cemetery Mrs. E. C. Stroop had as their
Miss Hall is survived by her guests Mr. and Mrs. L. Brent-
mother Mrs. Esther Hall; two ner, Miss Margaret McKenzle and
brothers, Malcolm and Dermott, Mr. Gerald Stroop; Mr. and Mrs.
who is in the United States; Hugh Hale entertained Mr. and
three nieces and one nephew. 'Mrs. N. F. Keller.'
house, some baby food Jars made
a sewing shelf, a fruit Jar was
transformed into a piggy bank,
the inverted top of a wine Jug
became a candle-stick and a cof-1
fee Jar was turned into a grace-
ful vase.
There Is apparently no limit to j
the uses for old bottles. They
were cut in half to make wall
planters, decorated on the out-
side to make dolls, painted on the.
Inside to make vases, covered
with leather to make humidors
and broken Into pieces to make
The picture out of broken glass
was created by smashing bottles
of different colors. Then the1
glass chips were arranged on a
canvas background and glued in |
position. With the light reflect-1
ing on the hundreds of pieces, the
result was effective.
One woman wrote in that she!
had found a charming use for old'
fruit jars. She puts up fruit In i
Asthma Coughs
Don't coofh u>d cough, trans*. g*p
Hid chok* so bad that you can barfly
brtath* or laepdon't ultar anothtr
day from Bronchitis or Asthma without
trying- Mandaco. Tins graat Internal
madlalna, rcntly dvlos* by a
aclanttttp American laboratory, warke
through the blood, thue reaching you'
lunga and bronchial tubes. That's why
Msndace works so fast Co kelp you three
ways. 1. Helps natura dissolve and re
nova thick strangling mucus. J. Pro-
note* rrea aaay breathing and sound
sleep so you soon feel O.K. S. Qulo*ly
NEW LIFE: When bottle's emp-
ty, it's eat up to become a glass.
nderful-..*-. .very I. "ti
allevlatee coughing, wheeling, snees-
lng. Get Mendace from your druggist
today. See how much better you may
sleep tonight end how tauafc hall* r*>
sar feel tomorrow.
mads roe coswoat-ws-Acnots
Jovme <^tU&iMmcmi
Reasons why .
YcVII Ilk. faajML
Chicken Soup

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I '
If you hay; not cancelled your charge account up to
Octoher 30, 1951, pleat-e do so without delay in order
that you may enjoy the privilege of buying on credit
during the month of December!
Juan Palomera*
You can taste it in every
brimming spoonful the
fine chicken flavor of
Campbell's Chicken Soup
so tempting so deli-
Plump, full-breasted
chickens, simmered ever
V so slowly to make a broth
that fairly gleams with
chicken richness. Fine
white rice, cooked to fluffy
lightness, is then added to
the broth. And finally,
pieces of chicken are
measured in generously
chicken so tender it fairly
melts in your mouth.
cowsinus res miatu vain tese sea ra mb ano sean usa
"M" Street First left over Tivoli Crowing.
No traffic jam
Ample enclosed parking space
Shop in comfort
. to remind them of you forever
Daily, the famous El Inter
Americano to Lima and Buenos
Aires, stopping 6 times a week
in Santiago.
Fer add-d luxury twice e
wMs El Inter Americano of-
fers Fiesta Lounge flightsthe
world most luxurious DC-6't.
New 3 times a week a faster
Tourist Special offers you choice
of routes to Buenos Aires (1)
via Le Pas, or (2) via Santiago.
Important reductions in feres.
CruXE: rassous loc Its Hshlsej. M swguSlul Use.
district is OB angler paradise ^__
Chile's maooiliceet beaches eu* lastly lassotia. OS*
I the ssost beouhlul is Vlao al Mat
Vour wove* ogenf eon Mp you. He offers you
arany servwes wimoul charge. Itl him help yow
plan your next trip via Fanafro. y
*,* OStle-. la asewSssa eessew- Aaa-etM C

TUESDAY, L *3ER 11, ll

Democratic Chief McKinney
Explains His 6,700% Profit
WASHINGTON, Dec. 11.(UP)Democratic
National Chairman Frank E. McKinney said yes-
terday he made 68,000 on a $1,000 investment in
less than a year but insisted there was 'nothing
unethical" about the deal.
Denying; any wrongdoing, McKinney said he
does not intend'to resign his party post and will
fight any suggestion of a blemish on his record.
McKinney made the state- when McKinney was vice presl-
me-.u at a news conference after dent of the Indianapolis club.
Written for NEA Service
published disclosures that he
and Frank M. McHale. Demo-
cratic National Committeeman
from Indiana, received $75,000
each from $1,000 invested five
years ago in the short-lived Em-
pire Tractor Co.. of Philadel-
The huge profits made bv the
two men on stock they held on-
ly 10 months'were disclosed in,
sworn testimony bv Frank;
Cohen, president of Empire!
Tractor, before a Federal bank-! referee in Philadelphia
in 1949.
McKinney told reporters he
invested a total of $26,000 in the
tractor company $25,000 in!
preferred stock and $1,000 in'
common stock in 1946.
Ke said Cohen dourIU the
stock back $25,000 for the
He said he didn't investi-
gate Empire, formed to manu-
laclure scarce small farm
tractors, because the new
company obviously had "no
performance record." But he
said it was not unusual for
him to make an investment
of that size without investiga-
Wizard o Wappoo'
Vanishes, Reappears
CHARLESTON. S. C.,-Dec. 11
(UPi. Charleston County's
wizard of Wappoo." his wrists
handcuffed together, surrend-
ered meekly to police early to-
day alter lipping away from
pre.'erred stock and about $68.- i,s captors and spending most
000 for the common stock a- 0f the night In the woods,
bout 10 months later.
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There's probably no such thing
as a new play in Drldge, but once
in a while we see something that
looks startingly original. My
He said Cohen offered the blR
profit because he wanted to pet
complete control of the stock as^
part of a deal he was trying to
make with Argentine interests.
"Is it criminal or unethical
for the Democratic chairman
to hold business Interests'"
he asked. "If some rreoplc had
their way wt woulrl have to
go into an abbey and choose
a ironk as party chairman."
. McKinney dirt not esilaln the
di.crepancy between h's- figure
of $68.000 and Cohen's figure
of $75.000. The difference could
have represented a brokerage
McKinney and McHale have:
been political friends for 18
years. I
McHale sponsored McKinnev. <
an Indianapolis banker, when before he disappeared
he was elected partv chairman patc/> of woods.
recently to succeed William M. T"e youthful Negro refused to impossible to draw trumps and
Boyle Jr. | admit any part in the burglaries still leave a trump in dummy.
McKinnev described his in-1 but police held him and his
vestment in the firm s "in-1 brother who may have.been
finlstesimal" and said there was an accomplice,
"nothing unethical" about It.
"I have .made others that
were more lucrative than
this," he said. "I have made
many that were as serious in
the lo*s column as this was
The Empire Tractor bank-
ruiiicy proceedings, started In
1948 one vear after Cohen
repurchased the stock from Mc-
Kinney, McHale and McHale's
wife showed that Cohen or-
ganized the firm out of the
remnants of the Empire Ord-
nance Co., a World War II
munitions firm.
Cohen testified that he re-
pu vhased -the stock, payln
Walter Dc Leslie. 19, a Negro
golf -cacdy bslieved by police ;ROOd friend Johnny Crawford
to be the mysterious burglar cooked up the new idea that
who looted 16 Wappoo Heights | brougnt home a slam in the hand
homes, was recaptured about shown today.
3 a.m. .following a search by
some 60 person?, three planes West opened the ten of hearts,
and bloodhounds. ar>d the nand looked easy for a
i moment, jrawford planned to
He and a .brother, J. C. De win the heart with dummy's
Leslie, were arrested yesterday King, araw trumps in two rounds
at the Charleston Country Club,I Use hoped), cash the ace of
but the "wizard" escaped, al- hearts, rutf a heart, cash the ace
though handcuffed while of- oi diamonds, and ruff a diamond,
ficers examined several items He could tnen take a cluo fin-
believed to be loot from the case to East in such a position
burglaries. Ithat an yreturn by East would
The officers had taken him acrillce a trick. (A club return
to his James Island home and would give, declarer a free fin-
were looking at the Items when; esse, and a diamond or heart re-
De Leslie slipped quietly out of ]turn would allow dummy to ruff
the car. while south discarded a club.)
He was not spotted until just This plan came to nothing
Into a when East failed to follow on the
iirst round of trumps. It was now
Today. Tuesday. Dee. 11
3:30Music lor Tuesday
4:40Radio University *
4:15Promenade Concert
6 :W>Pana msica 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
9:008ymphony Hall (VOA)
9:30Commentator's Digest
9:45Sports, Tune of Day and
News (VOA)
10:15Musical Interlude
10:30 Variety Bandbox (BBC)
11:00The Owls Nest.
MidnightSign Off.

NEA Staff Correspondent
- (NEA) Ez-
Now it can be
cluslvely Yours:
Clark Oable's memories of his
marriage to Lady Sylvia Ashley
Include the advice she gave him
about his movie. "To Please a
Lady." In the original script he
Stayed the rough, tough, hard-
rlnkhig Gable of his early hit
Lady Ashley read the script,
was horrified at his on gentle-
manly actions, and next day Ga-
ble got MGM to tone down the
characterto please a lady.
The lady was pleasedbut
movie audiences were not.
The Dan Dalley-Jane-NIgh ro-
mance is having tough sledding.
Jane is walling to pals:
I can't figure him out. Yester-
day morning he told me he loved
me. In the afternoon he said he
hated me."
Leo McCarey finally got his
ending for the Helen Hayes-Rob-
ert Walker starrer, "My Son
John"and it's an eye-opener.-
Walker, as a Communist in the
[State" Department, is machine-
gunned while riding in a t axlcab
past the Lincoln Memorial, in
The cab, driven by movie stunt
man Jimmy Dundee, spins out of
control and overturns on the
marble steps of the Memorial.
Jimmy did the stunt solo, with
a double Impersonating the late
Walker in a subsequent dyrng-
words scene.
ex-, Ted Briskin, over financial
support of their two children.
Betty is wailing that $300 a
month won't pay the bills.
By Calbrail
Wednesday, Dec. 1
6:00Sign On
6:00Alerm Clock Club
7:3c"Morning Salon
8:15News (VOA)
8:30Morning Varieties
8:45Music Makers
9:00 News
9:15Stand By For Adventure
9:30As I See It
10:00News and Off the Record oriJ of Words" class.
11:00News and Off the Record
Blng Crosby's Pebble Beach,
Calif., home Is for sale.. .Dolores
Del Rio and Lew Riley are de-
nying the secret marriage rum-
ors in Mexico City.
Dan Dalley's ex-wife. Liz. is
now sitting across the aisle from
Nancy 8matra in UCLA's "The
Mario Lanza sent a check for
$1000 to that Foundling Home in
Pittsburgh where the nurses
named a baby Mario... Carmen
Miranda will introduce a new
number for her Las Vegas en-
gagement titled "Dese, Dem and
The MGM mail department
Included a letter addressed to
John Barry more in a stack of
fan mail for Stan Laurel. Laurel
returned the letter with a note

"I hope you didn't send me this
because you thought I'd be seeing
John soon."
Pains in Back!
Wrong- foods and drink, worry, over-
ork. and freiiuant colda often put a
train on the Kldneya, and Kidney as
work, and freiiuant colda often put
Kldneya, and Kidney a
Bladder troublaa may oauae Exc
Up Nlfhte. Burning
Falsa, Nervouaneas, Dtxelrrwi-, Swollen
Strong-, Cloudy Urina, Oattlng
hta, Burnlni
Paaaara. !
Anklea, Rheumatiarn, Puffy Eyelid
fooling old before your tlraa. Help your
kldneya purify your blood with Cyatex.
Cyetax roea right to wprk helping- youjr
kidney t waya: 1. Cleana out polaonou*
acida, t Combata gorma In the urinary
ayatam. I. Soothe and calma Irritated
laauea. And thue you quickly ret on the
road to onjoylnc life again. Gat Gyataa
froaa y our drug lt today.
Only 25 PC Autos
Awaiting Shipment
From New York
A backlog of only 25 em-
ployes' automobiles remained
in New York awaiting ship-
ment to the Isthmus after the
shipment of 38 cars on the S.
S. Cristobal, according to in-
formation from the New York
office of the Panam Line.
The Cristobal was scheduled
to arrive at 2 p.m. Monday.
Expectation that
Crawford thought this over for
a minute or so. and decided that
he could make the slam if rre
could manage the play so that
North, East and South hands
came down to three clubs each.
He could then lose a club finesse
to East and be assured of a club
return up to dummy's ace-ten.
To bring this situation about,
Crawford led out five rounds of
trumps, discarding two low clubs
from the dummy. East actually
discarded five diamonds on the
five trumps.
Crawford thereupon took the
ace of diamonds and ruffed a
diamond. East had to discard two
hearts since a club discard at any
time would be obviously fatal.
Now Crawford could take the
ace of hearts and ruff a he
and East was left with exactly
three clubs. As planned, Johnny
led the jack of clubs and let it
the backlog
McKinnev and McHale $75.000 i of employes' Cars in New York
each and Mrs. McHale $18,750! would shortly be cleared was
for her $250 worth of stock. expressed In the memorandum
Empire Tractor boueht sun-; conce r n i n g their shipment,
plus parts from the government There are 15 employes' cars
to mnke tractors. l01"8! ln ? Public garage and ride; whereupon East could take
The only larce sales made h- 10 others in private garages. one club trick but no more,
the firm involved 700 tractors Curiously enough. East could
for use of the United Nations, The backlog resulted from the Lot save himself If he had dls-
Relief and Rehabilitation Ad- longshoremen's strike in Newicarded one diamond and four
ministration (UNRRAi and 7.-, York. The heavy accumulation hearts on the five trumos Craw-
000 tractors to the Argentine n
Institute of Trade Promotion.
McKinnev. who recentlv pro-
mised to rid the administration
of "termites" and influence
peddlers, said he didn't know
much about McHale's cart' in
the transaetlon. But when he
of cargo was moved on the
first steamers available to avoid
blocking the pier with a re-
sultant delay in the shipment
of employes' cars.
All of the cars which were
stored on the Panam Line pier
told McHale of Cohen's big pro-] and 23 in the United Auto Com-
fit offer, he said, McHale de-|bined Oarage were shloped on
Cidnd to sell. the S. 8. Cristobal. The me-
McKlnney said the stock first morandum Indicated that those
Was mentioned to him by Oscar remaining in the public garages
Saienger. who was president of would be given- priority in ship-
thi* Milwaukee American As- trent because of the storage
aociation League baseball club charges.
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ford would next take the ace of
hearts and ruff a heart while
dummy still had the ace of dia-
monds. This would force East to
discard two more dlamo n d s,
whereupon Crawford could take
the ace of diamonds and ruff a
diamond. East would be reduced
to his three clubs, exactly as de-
sired .
Liga Cvica Elects
New Officers Tonight
Liga Civlca Nacional will hold
its first meeting for December
tonight in the beer lounge of
the Cervecera Nacional, start-
ing at 8 p.m.
On the agenda of' the meeting
will be the nomination and
election of officers who will
direct the activities of LCN
during 1952.
11:30Meet the Band
12:00News and Lucheon Music
12:30Popular Music
1:15 Personality Parade
1 r45American Favorites
2:00American Journal (VOA)
2:15It's Time to Dance
2:30Afternoon Melodies
2:45Notes on Jazz
3.00 All Star Concert Hall
3:16The 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
7:45Here Comes Louis Jordan
8:00News and Commentary
8:15Twenty Questions (VOA)
8:48Arts and Letters
9:0O-Jo Stafford (VOA)
9:15Radio Forum (VOA)
9:30Commentator's Digest.
9:45Sports and News (VOA)
10:00BBC Playhouse
11:00The Owl's Nest
Only his close pals know the
seriousness of George O'Brien's
recent hospital siege. A blood |
clot of the leg. Medics have now
pronounced him OK and he is
resuming his movie career.
Jane Greer's big pitch to *et
out of her RKO contract has
struck solid rock. Her studio ask-
ed her to agree to fork over a
whole year's salary and to make
three future pictures on a wage
Now Jane says that she will
sit out the remaining two and a
half years of her contract and
let the fat salary checks' roil in.
The Doris Dowling whom Artie |
Shaw will wed Is the same Doris
Dowline who appeared m "The
Lost Week-End" and "Bitter
Rice." A week before she arrived
in London, Artie .told pals and
newsmen that he would take
songstress Sue Carson as wife
No. 7. One look at Doris and Ar-
tie called off his engagement to
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A movie aneen of 2S years ago
is back on the sound stages with
the word that today's leading
men are far more attractive than
the screen's old-time lovers.
Faire Blnney, whoOfluttered
her eyelashes at John Barrymore
and went into clinches with
Thomas Meighan, slipped me the
word: ,
As a mature woman who a
raised three children I can tell
you that boys like Jeff Chandler
and Tony Curtis are far more at-
tractive than Barrymore and
Meighan. They were exciting
and diverting but they lacked
responsibility and equilibrium."
Faire. who is Dale Robertson's
mother-in-law. Just played a role
In "Love Nest" at Fox and is up
for several other pictures.
Those dates of Peter Lawford
and Dawn Addams in London
are studio-engineered and add
up to aero romantically. They're
both in "The Hour of Thirteen."
There's another remake cooking
for "Seventh Heaven" if Diana
Lynn and Keefe Braselle can be
signed for the young lovers...
Fox wants Lisa Kirk for Dennis
Dav's heartbeat in a new mus-
There's a court battle brewing
between Betty Button and her
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Canal Zone School Activities
6.H.S. Notes
By Ann Morrill
Seems that the biggest event of
the past week was the play "Lite
of the Party" put on by Mr. Tur-
. by fill at the Diablo Theater. The
comedy turned out to be very ter-
rific and had the audience
laughing from start to finish
with the antics of Larry Cotton,
Ken Pitman. Rosemary Hollan-
der and Mary Ad ell a Morley.
Nancy Wells. Noble Holladay, and
(Bruce Quinn proved their acting
ability. Let us not forget the back
stage crew that made it all possi-
ble. Yes. it was a pleasant sur-
prise and a laughable play.
rlR8. JOHN MAL, R. N.. Instructor of the recently complet-
ed Canal Zone Olrl Scout Council Baby 8itters Course, pre-
lents thirty-seven graduates with their Baby Sitters cer-
tificates and a list of dos and don'ts. Mrs. Mlal was honor-
Ed by the group for her service in training of Girl Scout
[Hospital Aides last spring and for the Baby Sitters Course.
C.Z. Junior College
ly Russell Pierson
Wednesday evening the college chorus and community
chorus will present Handel's chorus and orchestra masterpiece,
the "Messiah." The emotion and beauty present in the Messiah
reflects the simple, dramatic, and strong effects of Handel's ... hW .. t .
composition. George Frederick- Handel (1885-1759) composed it gjh'aJ& KthTJSS Z\ i
, a paralysis begin to left hand whUe his HBJB*i aSSCtS
not already a canasta.
For example, the player at your
Written for NEA Service
This is the last of a series of
articles describing Samba (three-
fiack Canasta i, the new and
ight-hearted form of Canasta
that has become so popular in
the last year.
We have Just noted the way of
taking the discard pile for a se-
quence. For an ordinary meld,
you may take the previous dis-
card to add to a meld that was
began to fail. He was then beginning to receive special recogni-
tion for sacred music and oratories.
Everybody Is welcome to attend the program.
Plans for the Second Annual C Z.J.C. Single Elimination In-
vitational Basketball Tournament are beginning to mature. A
general assembly will be held on Wednesday in order to explain
the rules and functions of the Tournament. The two speakers
at the general assembly will be Coach Mower and S. A. presi-.
dent, Frank Robinson. The Tournament will take place on De- the discard pile
right discards a king, and you!
have three to six kings on the
table. If the pack is not frozen,
you may pick up that king and
add it to your meld. That natur-
ally entitles you to the rest of
CHS. News
B.H.S.ers crowded on to the
train to go to enjoy the Key West
game Friday night at Mount
Hope. The exciting game ended
in a 2-0 victory for Key West.
Cristobal, though defeated, out-
played the Florida boys all dur-
ing the game. We take our hats
off to a very good game. During
the half the Cristobal R.O.T.C.
Drill Team did some mighty fan-
cy steps for a superior entertain-
cember 26 through Saturday of the same week. To date only
nine to 14 men have reported to the Diablo Heights Gym for
Basketball practice. The Extension Division students are wel-
If you want to take the discard
pile for a new meld, you must
have a natural pair in your hand.
come to come to these practices If their working hours permits You are never allowed to take
such a pleasure.
the Cris-
By Robert Cranberry
We won! We lost! But It was fun. Thursday evenin
bal Tigers played host to the Key West Conchs in a --
Pne and won the first half in the Sports Carnival by ^eating
r Conchs. 31-27. Both teams played hot ball and the Concha; are
[be commended for their fine PO^^^^^^^SSS;!
i story ran quite differently when Key Weai defeated the Figm-
; Tigers," 2-0; in football.
This last week has been a beehive of activity for Cjfjfcwith
After the play, Murray Falk
gave a party at his home for some
members of the cast. Lee Cotton,
Joe Fuller, Hazel Griffith, Pat
Foster. Pat Peacher. Cllve Barret
(and Mary Ellen Kelly played
some cute games and passed the
cokes and crackers.
Cue what? The Glee Club Is having the "Song of Christ-
nas" recorded by AFRS and then broadcast later in the_Chrlst-
jm season. Here's a chance to hear what you sound like, so get
four throat well oiled. # ^
Friday some of our R.O.T.C.
officers went over to Cristobal to
i sus taa*&sSFS2ES*ES& 33S-a?3SH5
In Just a couple of weeks
Christmas will be here. It's kinda
hard to get in the Christmas
mood down here where there Is
a no snow and biting cold, so we
Junior and Senior class pictures are being given out and stu- have to start a little early to get
gits are seeing themselves as money pictures them. Think of all tn the mood to pretend that there
se faces, I'll bet Mr. Sosa knows every upper:classman on the i, gn0w and that biting cold. I
lid Coast! ;ran into this poem the other day
and thought it was cute and quite-
Wednesdav evening the Key West boys arrived and were given appropriate for this country. You
Velcome Banquet at the Strangers Club that same evening. nave probably heard It but In
day they visited Gatun Locks in the morning and in in case you haven't, here It is.
Soon did some shopping in town That same ejenlnf. despite
noon am some miupijiiik m. *....... -i -
e fact they were all tired out from bargaining, theylost a very
hd basketball game to Cristobal. 31-27, Friday momfaft they were
bwh the sights of Fort fan Lorenzo and a^ftgrnoon they
The regalar Junior Callage schedule for Basketball
with the Balbaa High School, Cristobal High School, and
Working Baya (Black Knights) teams are for December
21, January 5, 14, and St.
Last week the girls' volleyball team was defeated by
Cristobal High School girls' volleyball team at Cristobal.
Thursday, December 13, between the hours of eight o'clock
and twelve o'clock the College Qualifying Examination for Dralt
Deferment will take place in room 313 of the College Building.
All individuals who present cards of admission thereto at that
time will be allowed into the examination room. All applicants
who miss this examination will have to apply again by cor-
respondence to the Selective Service Examination Section, Edu-
cational Testing Service, Princeton, N.J., U.S.A. Nine students
have already received their cards of admission. The examina-
tion will take approximately three hours; however, the prelimin-
aries, explanations, and other details will begin at 8:15 a.m. and
absorb at least forty-five minutes of the examination time. The
next examination will take place Thursday, April 24, 1952.
Saturday morning from eight o'clock to 12 noon will
be Girls' Playday. Contestants from the Junior College,
Balboa High School, and Cristobal will participate in the
activities. On Sunday evening at 7 p.m. the Delta Psi
Omega will hold its Christmas Dinner in the Fern Room
of the Hotel Tlvoli.
Wednesday afternoon the Natural Science Society will be
honored by a lecture and moving picture demonstration of the
recently uncovered Indian graves of the Venado area of the
Canal Zone. Dr. Johnson, Superintendent of Canal Zon Schools,
the pile with one matching card
and one wild card. The fact that
your side has already made its
initial meld makes no difference.
You are allowed to make more
than one meld in the same rank.
Por example, you may meld three
queens and then start another
meld of queens. This it a poor
Idea, of course, but you often
make a canasta of queens and
then start a new meld of queens.
Wild cards have only a limited
value In Samba. You may use two
at most in anv meld (and none
at all in a sequence.) When a ca-
nasta Is complete, you may add
natural cards to it from your
hand, but you are not allowed to
add wild cards to it even if the
canasta contains fewer than the
limit of two wild cards.
In order to go out. you need two
canastas. For this purpose a
samba counts as a canasta. You
may have two sambas, two can-
astas, or one of each. The bonus
for going out is 200 points. There
is no extra bonus for going out
There are six black threes, used
as stop cards, as In Canasta.
When vou meld out. you may
meld three or more black threes
will present the lecture. Pictures will be taken of the group m" ^wild rTrH wl h them
-...._ .. .ft.- th. during and after the lecture. The lecture will take place at two
o'clock P.M. in the R. O. T. C. Building. The use of the projec-:
tlon box and room was granted through the courtesy Of Major
Wayne L. Bart and his staff. We extend our sincerest apprecia-
T'was the night before Christmas
And all thru the casa
Not a creature Is stirring
The stockit
> *
I Did you go to the "Draft Drag"? If you dldn t, don t forget the
|nlr#S- big dance, the "Holly Hop." It's to be held at that super-
ior open-air Officers' Club at Coeo Solo N.AB.
- Chrittmas is coming and Prof. Jaratad and the Maski De-
aartssent Is wrapping up an extra special gift for us. Aside
Iran Mw usual Christmas Music tableaux, Rita Howard and
tin Fahnestock are going to give us some saloa.
i Did yaa buy a Key West ticket? If you did, thanks. They seemed
lettv expensive but it's Just like I heard a man say: "It I bet two
ISSonf horse, I might win or I might lose, but if I_Pt t*nek.
I human bein? I'm sure to win all around. Ma v be I don t get any
[tlsfactiD of a gain but I sure get the atlsfaction of doing a
I *Toyo, all the folks out there who bought ticket, and adver-
Lng space in our programs we thank you from "deep down here.
[ucky Strike Contest
linations Slated
[or Friday At Club
Vinal Pacific Side eliminations
Jthe Lucky Strike amateur tal-
L contest will be held Friday
[ght at the Pacific Clubhouse to
loose the two youthful artists
ho will participate in the all-
Jinal Zone finals on Dec. 21.
[Registration for the ellmlna-
bn contest will remain open
Mil Thursday evening. The
bntest will be followed by a
knee which will last until 2 a.m.
fusic will be played by the "Alo-
I" orchestra
The contest is a part of actlvt-
]es being staged in the Canal
Jone to ralee funds for Christ-
[as parties in all Local-Rate
[Con muchoeuldad.
In hotes that St. Nicholas
Will feel obligado
To leave a few cosas
Aqui and all
For Chico and Chioa
(Y something para ml)
Los nios are snuggled
All safe in their camas
(Some in vestidos and some in
Their little cabezas are
Full of good things
Que esperan; Que osas .
St. Nick will bring?
Santa is down
At the corner saloon
Muy borracho
Since mid-afternoon.
Mama is sitting beside the ven-
When Santa en manera extraa
Lit up like fuego;
Que goma maana!
El va to bed
The Junta Femenina de Be- As morning approaches
Junta Femenina Issues
List Of Businessmen
Who Donated Prizes
Tne Junta ranenu ue w- :"""*"" ""LiY
neficencia today issued a list of 'Felices P"cuas to all
the donors who helped to malre And to all Buenas Noches,
last Saturday's fund-raising | Cute, eh?
fair a success.
The Junta acknowledged the
receipt of prizes from:
Armour it Co.. The 25 Cent
Store. Angelinl's. George Comrie
(Cantina LA Reina), Cla. Nestle,
Sylvester Hutchison (Cantina
Chalet). Joyera Fuller, Oeorge
Federlcks, (Jardn Rio Abajo).
Panificadora Nacional, Carlos
Smith (Cal Tropical), Cla. pa-
namea de Licores, Cia. Cyrnos.
Galletas Pascual. West Indian
Bodega, Swift ti Co.. Casa .Ad-
mirable. Fbrica de Pastas Ali-
menticias (La 8uprema), Paul
Duran. Fbrica Nacional de
(Editor's Nate: This seems to
be one of the many versions of
the 'bi-lingual Jingle.*)
Don't forget the Christmas
Formal this Friday night at the
Hotel Tivoll from 7:30 to 11:00
which Is given by the Junior
Class under the direction of Bill
Dawson. Talking to the commlt-
Salehlchas. Droguera del Pac-
fico, Orange Crush. Lucky
Strike. Cosa Cola, and Comisa-
riato SAS.
tee members, you will find that
it is going to be the most wonder-
ful dance of the year. Joyce
Gardener. Blki Altman. Francis
Boyd and Edna Hart will verify
this statement. of the Week... .Sam
Maphls, that very good-looking
senior who is the Lt. Col. In
charge of the Balboa R.O.T.C.
Also a regular all-around guv a-
round school and on the athletic
field. Sorry but I haven't room
enough to tell you all his accom-
plishments, but the biggest is
probably that he has loads of
friend and is popular In aU the
c lasses. ___^^
Food Comet Readily
To Praying Mantis
The praying mantis "prays"
only when it Is hungry, and It Is
hungry most of the time, accord-
ing to Dr. Ashley B. Gurney of
the Smithsonian Institution.
The prayer-like pose of the
mantis i the position lt assume
as it waits to grab its victims.
Using its remarkably hinged
forelegs as arms, the mantis im-
pales Its prey on sharp spines
attached to Its legs.
While one of the hungriest of
all insects, the mantis Is also one
of the laslest. It seldom moves
after its food, but waits In 1U
"praying" position for the food
to come to It.
Yet. If necessary, the mantis
wUl stalk Its prey and when
starved is known to have spar-
fed" with llsards, mice, and
mall birds. Gurney doubts, how-
ever, that a mantis ever has klU-
ed any of these larger animals.
The female mantis is even
hungrier than the male She usu-
ally eats the male after mating.
There are six red threes, worth
100 points each. All six count
1.000 points (but four are only
400. and five are only 500 points.)
Red threes count in your favor
only after you have melded two
canastas; up to that time they
count against vou.
AU other rules are the sam as
orAnary Canasta.
Here's a timely "tip," Fido
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Panam Holds 7 First Places In Bolivarian Game i
Track Team Takes Three
Victories Yesterday P.M.
By United Press
CARACAS, Dec. 11.At the end of the final
events of the Bolivarian Games yesterday, Panama
was a close fourth behind Peru, Venezuela and Co-
lombia with seven first places, three seconds and
three thirds. The Games come to a close today.
Peru barely led Venezuela in number of first
places 11 to ten. In addition the compilations
show that Peru has taken 14 second places to V e-
nezuelas 12. Colombia has nine first places, five
seconds and eight thirds.
The track and Aeld competl-| The men's 800-meter freestyle
Uon^woSS ^yesterday |lth ^gU^Sff^W
P.nama'SsUrs^.nR three first ^ggg^gES was sec-
IS aS8"*8 aurssurnln;
nSaSaa w^awvcsai sat
famed sprinter Lloyd UBWhvr basketDan victory over:
copped the 400-meter Panama. By contrast Peru over-
alsln the good time of seconds > Venezuela 72-35 and In
flat. O"1'""0 0""erM? "{ Arllthewome^s division also beat
nezuela^was sefonnd;, ,^"rt os- Venezuela 45-38.
Marcelo Holguin with 14 points
Davis Decisions
'Fred' Plummer
NEW YORK, Dec. 11 (UP)
Teddy "Red Top" Davis, 131, of
Hartford, Conn., last night
spoiled the debut of Federico
Plummer, featherweight kinf
of Panam, by gaining a una-
nimous decision at the St. Ni-
cholas Arena In the featured
eight-round bout.
Plummer, who had previous-
ly lost only once in 32 pro
bouts, landed the hardest blow
of the fighta hard right to
Davis' chin in the fourth round
which staggered the latter.
However, Plummer lost the
round because of low blows.
There were no knockdowns.
Davis' contant rushing style
apparently confused Plummer.
In The
Letter Box
Buddy Hammond Wins Ft. Davis
Invitational Professional Prize
din of Venezuela was third. Os
Maldonado of Peru <"}{{"., ,e tne victorious Ecuaaorean
Ral Guerrero only
Mario Drouet of
Sports Editor:
Dec. 10,1951
Bombers, Browns Play Tonight;
Stemple Pitches 4-2 Triumph
The Standings
TEAMS__ Won Lost Pet. Bombers. Cookie Stempl went
Bombers........2 1 .6671 the route for the winners while
Bluebirds.......1 1 .500; Humberto Robinson, who started
Brownies......1 1 .500! for the Bombers and was charg-
Yankees. .. .. 1 .000 ed with the defeat, was lifted in
TONIGHT'S GAME (7:30) the sixth and replaced by Connie
Panam Stadium Johnson.
Bombers (A. Osorio) vs. Brownies The Bombers scored
FORT DAVIS. Buddy Ham-
mond, the Amador professional,
won the special prize of the 36-
hole medal play held at the Fort
Davis Oolf Club which was held
In conjunction with the Ft. Da-
vis Invitational sponsored by Mr.
James C. Smoot and Mr. waiter
R. Hunnicutt. Buddy was lead-
ing at the half-way point with a
birds broke Into the win column score of 73 an{j j^ Brbaro and
with a 4-2 victory over the Anbal Macarrn were tied at 76.
Panam Stadium
Bluebirds 4, Bombers 2.
Reference to the article on the 1 Bombers' Alberto Osorio
the first when Frank Austin
lined a double to left center and
Joe Tumlnelll followed with an-
other two base blow.
The final Bomber run came In
The Spur Cola Brownies and the ninth on Austin's single and
the Chesterfield Bombers are Tumlnelll's second double,
scheduled to battle for the league The Bluebirds got their runs
lead tonight at the Panam Na- in pairstwo In the fifth and
tional Stadium with the Brown- two more in the sixth. The runs
ies' lefty Vibert Clark scheduled in the fifth came on Cecilio Mll-
to toe the mound against the ler's single and Gerald Thome s
The 19S1 Coach of the Year is a delightful heretic
shoots spit balls at the hallowed customs of his cult. To c
right out with the worst, Charles A. Taylor of Stanford, is,
outrageous optimist who never expects to lose a game, sell
does and wouldn't be caught dead with a crying towel.
In an ulcerous profession where studied pessimism is a (
dinal virtue and designed despair a protective shield, the i-,
verence of Taylor, young; at 31 and in his first year as a var
coach anywhere, Is appalling to his graving elders who acq"
ed their gloomy philosophy through years of shattered hope
To be young, an unexpected winner and Rose Bowl boi_
all In one, Is a coach's dream, and to gain the highly cove.
scrlpps-Howard plaque in the 17th annual conf ldentialpolI
the nation's college coaches, and by a commanding margin c-
such masters as Bob Neyland of Tennessee, Biggie Munn of t.
chigan State and Charlie Caldwell of Princeton, his rival
that order, is the crowning touch.
The 233 coaches of the total 422 who cast their ballots^
Taylor In one of the three categories, first, second or third, w^
influenced not only by his success as reflected In the final ta*j
nine won, one lost; but by the circumstances which aurrounfi
the achievement.
To begin with, Stanford, a school of distinction In acade.
t bogies and Buddy circles, was rated no higher than fourth or fifth In the Pa$
usual form to come Coast Conference. To install the two platoon system, with r*
Yesterday's play looked as If
Macarrn was going to take the
lead from Buddy Hammond. Ma-
carrn shot a one-under-par 35
for the first nine holes while
Hammond and Joe Brbaro had
to be contented with 28s. This
made Hammond and Macarrn
tied at 27 holes with scores of
111, and gave Brbaro, an 114.
The last nine holes proved to be
Macarrn's downfall as he had
long line-drive homer over the
and Horacio Young of Venezuela; team.and J^^J^M f"" j ^"'^'panamr A'vfc*torV''fr the" Bombers will right centerfield fence
vw...ola. ruemon Camacho, or w ***nd a goal by Hoiguin add- tW y0ur reporter. The article a half-game ahead of both the pop-fly double again
Venezuela, Luis Flores, of Pu. n*mTV'twt %oints to coveringthis race Is poorly wrlt-Bombers and the Cervecera field fence and Aloi
^ and barely scratches the sur-! Bluebirds. The Carta Vieja Van- walte's single.
ten ana Dareiy *. occupants of the; The Bombers again played er-
i Puffin of Peru, and'ea the neceSsary two points to covering this race is poorly writ-. Bombers and Cervecera fleld_ bmud Alonso 1
Curtos Salas of Venezuela.
Gooden won the women s iuu-
meier dash finals.
The 400 meters relay lor men
r.V&^ASS He?",!Pedro Miguel Pool
1 win.
Panam took a tighter grip on iace.
first place in soccer by beating: "ft the first place, this was not' cellar with one defeat In their rorless ballto run1 the* eonse-
Colombia 2-1 last night. the first race for Jack Wllkln-lonly start. m t<_ Icutive scoreless string to 26 ln-
Mlauel Leon Pizarra and Arman- ____, T
do Zapata. Panama was second, (JOSed lOmOITOW
Colombia third. Venezuela fourth
son. He participated In the 125;
c.c. class In the race held at Juan
Diaz on November 3rd. As I;re-
call, he placed. On the subject of
crash helmets. Yes. they are a|
Pedro Miguel swimming pool necessity for racing, but
Yesterday afternoon the Blue- nlngs.
No Trading Thus Far In
MfThn.dLuin the men's javelin Dec^WsTfor cfeanta^ R T 1 S^iK/IlP IV \ MpPtlflfffi
.rt friiadr fifth The time, 42 Pedro Miguel swimming pool necessity lor racing oui, nuw
and Ecuador nitn. ine um win be ciosed all day Wednesday,: many people can afford them
i m the men's iavelin Dec. 12, 1851 for cleaning, it was The cost may be slight if ordered
mm m?Carlos Monge announced today by the Physic- from England, but delivery would
m27 Z pTri, wfth s heave of al Education and Recreation take at least six months. If or-i
PMmit/HMS liman Uiro- Branch fc Idered from the U. S. the price-
%lSEe%5i second Manuel The work will be done by the would run about $20. How many
r/LofVenezuela third Or- Municipal Division forces, and it1 "motorcycle poor" Individuals!
unrin Lee Campw of Per was expected will be com-:Can afford these?
NEW YORK, Dec. 11 (UP) I ters after the owners tied In the
\"c\ .1 m^care'T'a ffffttfllMH "rrickssJd* reduce the 11m-
&SL & V^gTof Colombia: Pleted in time to have thepoo| Hidalgo led1 .11 he way to the uceare of bJJ o^^^ would be depriving a number
mhn.'ndUJosrRomero Encarna-1 reopened' onthe regular schedule endof the ninth lap, a remark
clon of VenuelaTixth. the following day. able feat considering that
The finals of the 100 meters
men:s freestyle!"swim was won by A|0rin The FarWQVS
tul Gonzlez of Colombia. Ale- r-wvuje 1 ""i"
iandro Snageter of Ecuador wasi GAMBOA GOLF & COUNTRY
second and Eduardo Villar An of CLUB
Per third. Time, 1 minute 1.8 Turkey Tournament
This tournament open to all
The finals of the women s 100-
meter freestyle swim went to
Juana Larrea of Peru, Clara
Bracko of Per was second and
Ana Ackerman of Venezuela
third. Time, 1 minute 3.8 sec-
The women's 400-meter free-
style relay swim was won by Ve-
nezuela's team. Per was second
and Colombia third. Time, 5 min-
utes 48 seconds.
members with established han-
dicap. Sl.eS entrance feefall
handicap will be allowed. 18
holes medal play on either Sat-
urday, Dee. 15, or Sunday, Dec.
16 may be played.
I.'.S.G.A. rules as amended
for local play will apply.
Prises will be awarded as
number of entries provide.
Play to be either 2, 3 or 4
ball matches.
of youngsters of a major league
b7ake7o-dyoke^ leagues had hoped
so he was forced^ slow himself mtie.01 1C( ^ ^ ln the majors would make some
S^VK^&BgWHS -en rumors JOSSSX &S
after the race. Flying mufflers'pears that the meetings may
gw^SS. were a constant ^d^witho^a^swap Invo.v-
it the case of Don Boland, Owner Fred Salgh of the 8t.
while ioundtak the curve where Louis Cardinals has called the
his accident occurred. e motor-, turnmjrade matters.^ gaigh
fnnw\lthenievena-Da*r''3a r"thef teriJJ none too abundant, Involved problems of personnel
hrk nine Klvlne him a total of' personalities. A threatening defeatist attitude verging on la
' tude. called for correction. There wree Injuries and a despei
ullback situation which challenged and was Ingeniously sol-
And, to top it all, Taylor, making his debut, had never coac
varsity football before.
On llie Alleys...
Roma Keglers Maintain Lead I
Over Stempel In Race Ror Major
Bowling League Title
The scores of the matches:
161 182
cycle ahead of him lost Its muf- "Nobody's talking,
fer' Don thinking that the rider "You can deal for second-line
had gone down, applied his, players but nobody s talking
brakes He is minus two teeth.' about the big ones.
yes, but he also broke his leg and Salgh has been dickering with
at least part of It our way," says
Minor League President George
Trautman. "But In the minors
we came up the hard way and
we shall continue to survive, even
if we have to keep It up the hard
858 851 9182727
The H. I. Homa Company keg- Stephens
lera maintained their lead over Thomas,
the Max R. 8tempel ti Son team Jamison
ln the Major Bowling League at Norrls. .
the Diablo HeighU Clubhouse Bngelke.
bowling alleys, though the team
lost one point In the lead as|
Stempel won four points from; --------
the Almacenes Martlnz team H. I. HOMA CO.
while Homa dropped one to the Fllebark 191
Fuerza y Luz team. ;Sartorl ... 189
In the Homa-Fuerza y Luz Fronhelser. 138
match, Homa took the first game Payne. 189
894 to 858, the second 1101 to 951,1 Best.....187
and dropped the final 918 to 842.
Homa won the pin fall by Just 10
glints, 2737 to 2727. Payne of
orna was high with 602 for his
team, while Engelke was high
with 622 for Fuerza y Luz
m. 8tlll and all though, Don
managed to smile a few hours
later and he remarked, "I guess
I took that curve a little too fast,
The straw bales strewn about
would be a good Idea. Also the
leather Jackets. Injuries would no
doubt also be cut down, If an in-
jured rider was let lay, until a
competent person or a doctor
could administer first aid. This
motorcycle ambulance Idea has
I might add ln finishing that
150 523
171 479
158 802
169 553
894 1M1 8422737
Burrell ... 152 162
In theStempel-Martlnz match, Damin, A.. 179 180
Stempel won the first 954 to 904,; Damin, J.. 197 183
the second 856 to 844, and the Presho ... 176 144
final 943 to 818, with the pintail Owesne ... 200 175
score being 2753 to 2586 in favor
of the lnsurancemen. Owesne
was high for Martlnz with 53,
while Bud Balcer copped high
honors for the Stempeleers with
103. Wilber
In the third match of the eve-, Marabella. .
Bing Angellni copped four points ,coffey .
from Local 595, NFFE, with Jen-! Colston. .
ner being high for Angellni with Balcer .
825, and Eady being high for the
Local with 559.
In the final match. Boyd Bros,
team split with the 7481st (AU)
Signal unit, the Army unit tak- Eady .
lng the first two games and Nolan
dropping the final and pintail. Kelsey
The first game was tied at 870, Malee
with the. Army unit winning the McCarr'gher 148
The standings of the team in
the Major League after the play
were as follows:
Bowling; Klumpp
Won Lost Average Walker.
185 548
141 524
191 553, certain Individuals were observ-
219 622 ed to take a certain short cut,
thus dodging the most treacher-
ous part of the course, the quar-
ry. No doubt this helped their
times a little but the contempt
which their fellow riders nave
for them at this time is punish-
ment enough.
I sincerely hope that motor-
cycle racing will continue In
Panam. It's a great sport, and
the mistakes made in these first
two races should not be taken
too much to heart. We must re-
member that the sport is still In
162 476 its infancy here, and must be al-
136 495 lowed time to Improve. I'm sure
166 5461 that conditions ln the next race
166 4861 will be safer, fairer, and more
188 563 conducive to keeping a good
the Giants in an effort to get
Eddie Stanky as his manager.
However, that deal seems doom-
ed to failure. The Cardinal own-
er says If no further progress is
made toward getting Stanky
when he leaves tonight, he will
name another man later
Holder, W., cf
Koshorek, ss.
Parrls, 3b .
Ganss. c .
Barbee, lb.
thls: Miller, If .
Thome, rf
Speculation on
man" immediately
the names of Billy Southwortn
and Terry Moore. Moore, a great
favorite ln St. Louis during his
playing days, Is now a Cardinal
the "other Stemple, p.
brought up
147 for the 36 holes to emerge as
the winner of the match.
Macarrn finally settled down'
after his five straight bogies and
finished with an 150 for the 36-
hole total. Brbaro just couldn't
put together a hot round and
ended with a 75 for the last 18
holes to go with his 76 fired last
After the professional match,
Jimmy Salterlor, representing
Walter R. Hunnicutt who had to
leave due to Illness, presented
trophies to all winners.
George Rlley received two tro-
phies, one for tournament med-
alist and one for runner-up
championship flight. Mike Kull-
kowski won the Championship
Flight and received his big beau-
tiful trpphy. Other trophy win-
ners were:
A. Oallndo, First Flight Cham-
A. Zllkle, First Flight Runner-
" Don Henderson, First Flight
Consolation. _, .
P. Richmond, Second Flight
J. Hlpaon. Second Flight Run-
B. Boxwell, Second Flight Con-
B. LeBrun, Third Flight Cham-
W. O'Shea, Third Flight Run-
Ken Forrest, Third Flight Con-
B. Carter, Fourth Flight Cham-
C. i. Thompson, Fourth Flight
Runner-up. J _, .
W. T. Johnson, Fourth Flight
Consolation. _,
W. Sands, Fifth Flight Cham-
sn-Hlnkle, Fifth Flight Run-
A. Lpez, Fifth Flight Conso-
p. Whitney, Sixth Flight Cham-
J. Davis, Sixth Flight Runner-
Totals.....28 4 6 24 11 1
Osorio, P., cf. .
Williams, ss .
Austin, ss .
Tumlnelll, 3b .
Brathwalte. If.
Monteiro. rf .
Prescott, 2b .
Naples, c.
Gordon, lb .
Robinson, p .
aBernard .
3 0
Southworth managed the Cards
ln the early 1940's before going
to the Boston Braves. He left the
Braves ln mid-season last year,
but has expressed a desire to re-
turn to baseball.
Branch Rickey of Pittsburgh
says he still hopes to swing a
trade. Rickey said he had three
or four appointments to discuss Totals .... -30 2 6 24
trades today, and he added, "I'mi Score By innings solatlon. ^
hoping at least one of them will! Cervecera 000 022 00-4 Arter the ffefen^V^'ntt'one
be fruitful" Chesterfield 100 000 012 pavis Golf Club, to top off one
Bill Veeclc of the St Louis aFlled out for Johnson In 8th. 0f the best tournaments ever
Browns apparently Is the only. Runs Batted In-Tumlnelll presented on the Istomusserv-
one who definitely expects to1 Thome 2, Brathwalte 2. Earned ^ a wonderful buffet of turkey,
make a deal. RunsChesterfield 2, Cervecera chicken, ham, bee potato salad,
8 0
81xth Flight Consola-
E. Lanner,
H. Dockery,
H. Labacz, Seventh Flight Con-
j. Ryan, Eighth Flight Cham-
P1M.' O. Oreen, Eighth Flight
RT6 Ho?wlck. Eighth Flight
Consolation. _. '
B. McCue, Ninth Flight Cham-
P jn'Pescod, Ninth Flight Run-
neMundowsky, Ninth Flight Con-
Taylor had played under Clark Shaughnessy in '40, '41,
In his first year at Stanford, where he Introduced the moderi
to college football, Shaughnessy took the team to the Rose B
and proceeded to beat Nebraska, a detail of possible proph
which may Invite the attention of Illinois, Stanford^ New Y<
Pay opponent for "52.
Stanford football had reached abysmal depths when Shau
nessy took over to perform a marvelous rebuilding job and ci
pile an all-winning record to become our Coach of the Yeai
1940. And it had begun to skid badly again when young Ta
quit as line coach of the San Francisco '49ers, a pro team, to
turn to bis alma mater as head coach at moderate pay, a gi
ble for him and for the school.
It worked out wonderfully for both. There is an econo
value in Coach of the Year accomplishment, not planned
foreseen by the founders, which stimulates ambition and a
to its importance, as is to be seen in the case of Taylor, wh
soon to be signed to a new five-year contract, only the thiri
Stanford history, and at a marked increase in salary.
Through nine games this year Taylor followed the ss
curiously happy pattern of success Shaughnessy enjoyed ln
first year at Stanford Won 'em all. It wasn't until the f
game of the season that Taylor, whose gay, unfailing pregt
prediction was victory, lost standing as a prophet when Call
nla won 20-7. But by then the Rose Bowl assignment had b
nailed down.
Immediately after the game, California's coach, Lynn vA
dorf, who was our first winner back ln 1935, volunteered I
sports writers that he was going to vote for Taylor as Coachl
the Year. This was spontaneous and merited recognition ol
Job well done, but I suspect Waldorf'a, jgeneroslty Had overtol
of smugness^ he has taught the brash, young heret^ that '
each coach's life some rain must fall.
Any number of things go into the making of a winn:
coach. The ability to sell a player an unwanted job, for
stance. Until Taylor installed the two platoon, Bill McCol
really gifted end, had played both offense and defense, and
ed it that way. But Taylor persuaded the 6 foot 4 Inch,
pounder, it would be more advantageous to the team If he pi
ed offense only. And that's how It was. McColl, with less str
on his stamina, was even more effective than he had been
two previous seasons. '
A winning coach must have a certain amount of luck, t|
Taylor had this ln the surprise development of Bob Mathlas,
young decathlon champion, who filled ln so ably when the ii|
and second fullbacks were Injured. It is not too farfetched
say that Mathias, a Junior who had never played college 1
ball and very little prep, saved the season for Stanford and T
lor. It was his 96-yard touchdown run that turned the vi
Southern Cal game upside down and changed impending r
Into ultimate triumph.
It was Taylor's luck that he had an unusual senior quart
back, Gary Kerkorlan, loyal and knowledgeable, who took a p
sonal Interest ln Mathias, sparked his zest for a game he had
been too enthusiastic about, and, well... there are times a
situations In which a player can do more for and with anot
player than the coach himself, which seems to have been t
But to an even greater extent than is normal In such c|
cumstances, Stanford's success this year was due to Taylor, f
expert way he organized his staff, the excellent use he made
his material, the inspirational force he created and the bsHiiai
yet sound football he taught. Along with his fellow coachi
who have named him as their top man, salute him.
"I'm going to swing a trade in
72 hours," says Veeck. However,
sport clean. To more and better the Brownie official didn't name
904 844 818 2566 races, I remain,
ft SON
200 549
181 511
174 521;
193 569
195 803
Pro Football
954 858 9432753
. 187 216 156 559
842 793 1582493
Cleveland ... 10 I
New Y'k Giants 8 2
Washington ..56
Philadelphia 4 7
Pittsburgh. 3 '
Tig 487 Chicago Cards. 2
National Conference
4 Left on BasesChesterfield 5,
Cervecera 4. Home Run
Thome. Two Base HitsAustin,
any names. 1 Tumlnelll 2, Barbee. Sacrifice
Veeck's remark brought a grin Ganss. BalkRobinson Struck-
to the face of General Manager out ByStemple 2, Rob nson 4,
Frank Lane of the Chicago Johnson 2. Bases on Balls Off
White Sox. I Stemple 1, Robinson 3. Hits and
"Fine." said Lane, "I've given Runs OffRobinson 4 and 4 In
up hope." i 61-3 innings; Johnson 2 and 0
In the meeting rooms, the maTl in 1 2-3. Losing PitcherRobin-
Jor league officials have had bet-' son (0-1). Winning Pitcher
ter luck. In their Joint meeting,, Stemple (1-0).
the owners decided against cut-i ---------___.-------
American Conference
W. L. T. Pts. OP 1 ting their squads from 25 to
171 417
150 470
203 560
I 3*7 143 players. They also voted to re-,
1 227 144 tain the rule whereby a minor St. Louis (NBA) Rogers
173 276|ieaguer can be called up to the Hornsby, new Browns' manager,
225 51?; majors on 24 hours notice. I has Issued a no-smoking order to
1 1S3 225 commissioner Ford Frick cast! his men next season, but in Is
0 188 27J the deciding vote on the plan to! limited to the dugout and dress-
V, L Homa Co. 39
.itx R. 8tem-
* Bon......
7461st 8lgnal .
Fuerza y Luz .
Boyd Bros.. .-
Local 595 ..
Aim. Martinz
33 19 908
29 33 86
2fi 38 882
2fi 26 876
19 33 853
19 33 849
17 34 851
Jenner .
. 184 147
. 141
. 192
. 155
. 170
Detroit..... 7
bos Angeles 1
Chicago Bears-, 7
San Francisco. 6
Green Bay. 3
160 5091 New Y'k Yanks i
1 319 238
350 247
8 272 258
1 234 188
248 3S3
2 224 355
cut the size of major league ros- lng room.
190 525
174_ 498
842 826 892256
74818T (AU) SIGNAL
The ten leading bowlers in theshattack
league after the play were as f01- Saylon .
Balcer.. ...... 39
Saylon........ >
Engelke...... 39
Games Average
150 444
132 528
164 497
211 575
161 544
Filebark ..
Schneider .
Jenner.. ..
195- 4
180- 2
87 8182588
Dalley .
207 565
210 498
211 567
189 814
158 553
Sanday's Results
Cleveland 28, Pittsburgh 9.
Washington 20, Chicago Cards 17.,
N. York Giants 23, Philadelphia 7
Chicago Bears 45, N.Y. Yanks 21.
Detroit 24, Los Angeles 22.
San Francisco 31, Green Bay 1.
St. Louis (NBA) Harry Bre-
cheen of the Cardinals says his
most-prized souvenir Is the last
ball he pitched to win the 1948
World Series.
87 852 975Mil
New Haven. Conn (NBA)Yale
swimmers moved into the 1951-
52 campaign with a five-year
unbeaten record, are defending
NCAA and National AAU cham-
etc. prepared by the Food Serv-
ice personnel of the U8ARCARIB
School. _.
Every one present was unani-
mous ln saying that this was one
of the best tournaments held at
Fort Davis and hopes that this
will become a yearly affair. Per-
ons responsible for this tourna-
ment besides Mr. Smoot and Mr.
Hunnicutt were Major Harry B.i
Gardner, tournament chairman;
Mike Kullkowskl, the club man-
ager and Major 1. J. McCarthy
for the food
Brookmeade Stable ha seven
horses at Hlaleah which won
stakes during 1961.
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Burr, one of the nations lead-1
lng Jockeys, attends night school
at Miami's Tech High.
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Baseball Fires Men Who Saved Organized Game From Being Organized
*4*'i f*
Players Favor Platoons, Bowls;
I Matson Would Run In Olympics
NCA Sport* Editor
NEW YORK (NEA) Aked to ay a few word at Look* All-
America party, Capt. Doc Blanchard looked up and down- tn
two-platoon dala and said: u.
"I'd like to aak for 22 quick appointment to the Military
Academy, and play Navy again next week." ___
Chattlni with the pick of the college football player*, you
found out two thing*. With all the crltlcUm of the unit plan
and New Year' Day Bowl game, the combatant* are in favor
Handsome Frank' McPhee, defensive end and the new cap-
tain, blocked *lx punts for Princeton the pat campaign.
"The player la more efficient going only the one way, he
Hank Laurlcella, the great Tennessee tailback, played de-
fensively only In his sophomore year. Dick Kazmaler. who filled
the ame role for Princeton, completed hi* entire career without
ever having made a tackle, yet both seconded McPhee.
All hands agreed that Bowl Junkets were a lot of fun, ana
the Texa* delegation told you that Georgia Tech's Darrell Craw-
ford would have to be as good as his record Indicates to match
Baylor's Larry Isbell in the Miami Orange Bowl. Guard Ray
Beck of the Engineers assured them that Crawford would live
| uo to hi* billing. This one certainly ticks out a* a passlna
| show.
Mo*t of the boy* face the military, including OHie Matson.
San Francisco' six-foot two-and-a-half Inch, 203-pound full-
Matson ha* other problem, too. He Intend to play pro-
fessionally, but would first like to compete In the Olympic
Games. He ha done the 100 in 0.6, the 220 In 21.1 and the 440
in 48.8. Imagine a fellow like that running with a football.
Guard Nick Llotta, who for some strange reason hung him-
self at Vlllanova the day he wa named to the All-America,
could have gone right on playing professionally. Halfback
Johnny Kama of Illinois and Kentucky center Doug Moseley
will. 1 Brosky. the safety man, captains the Illlnl next trip.
Llotta had been In the Army With Karras, Moseley and
Brosky, you see. As a matter of fact, Llotta and Brosky played
against Karras and Moseley In a game In Japan in 1847.
Brosky Intercepted 11 passes as a sophomore, 10 as a Junior.
"I got my biggest belt out of running them back," he smil-
ed, casting another vote for the platoons.
Illinois graduates Halfbacks Karras and Don Stevens, which
figures to hurt, but till retains more offensive back than Ray
Eliot know what to do with. Captain Brosky listed them off-
Quarterbacks Tom O'Connell, Don Hense, Elry Falkensteln
and Bob Gongola.
Halfbacks Pete Bachouros, Claude Taliaferro, Bud DeMoss.
Ronny Clark, Tim McHugh and Ken Miller.
Fullbacks Bill Tate, Balrd Steward and Austin Duke.
McHugh is the back who went to Illinois after flunking In
hi junior year at Chicago's Mt. Carmel High. He was the finest
high school back In the Chicago area, yet hardly had an op-
Bjrtunlty to work up a sweat with the Ulinl. and Karras and
roskjr say his prospects will be no brighter next Fall.
Illinois' same defensive backs return In, 1SJS2, when A full-
back tlMnd Joe Hair also will be eligible. ,v ,_
Karras and Brosky say.Hall is another Chuck Boerio back-
ing up the line.
Maybe they'll have to break up the Illlnl.
Wt offer jrou all the facililla on need to buy
furniture for your home.
Be practical In jrour Chrurtmm shopping for your
family furniture ii th Meal Gift.
During December we are open until t:0Q pm
The Store Where You Will rind the Largert
Aatortment of Glaaa and linoleum.
t* Central Averna T.lepnoae
"Leaden In the Furniture biiatnaea etnee 1'
Ye asa be mm yooV* Jviag the toost wheat you civ*
a Hamilton. Fer eajy Hamilton live* as to mil the etaaeV
ard of fins watchmaking. Tested accuracy and time-
enduring beauty have earned for Hamilton tits tills,
Th* Aristocrat of Witches."
Sewell, Brown
Got Watches
And Now Gate
NF.A Special Correspond*"1
Swedish Coach Warns U. S.
To Respect Russian Athletes
NEA Sport Editor
NEW YORK, Dec. 11 (NBA)America, with only Fred Wilt
After a long and laborious! and Curtis Stone, I far off the
analysis of advance information pace here. Sweden's Albertsson,
from behind the Iron Curtain, 8:13.4, and Belgium's trim and
deep thinkers In athletics have bald Gastn Reiff, 8: IS head
the field.
NEW YORK, Dec. 11 (NBA) _.
Rip Sewell and Jimmy Brown arrived at a conclusion:
saved baseball from being union- The Russians are well pre-
Ized during the abortive strike ol pareti to challenge this nin-
ths Pirates In lMfl, and at the tty.B homesteadlng rights on th
time the head men of the game Olympic Games track and field
were so grateful they Indicated championships in Helsinki next
there always would be a place in ,ulv
the game for both. i Gosta Holmer, Sweden's Olym-
Commlssloner Happy Chandler ,c coach gince lM8 writes Fred
presented Sewell n* *?*? Wilt, the durable O-Man, warn-
wlth washes property lr^rlbed, m the United suteg not n
as a token of the esteem in which tage th( g^,^ Xlghtly
his office held each man The coruren8U8 tt however,
8o-Chandler wa* ** that whUe the Soviet women
by the owners, and who fOBowed ^ ^ wt f ^ produc.
but first Sewell as manager of M h g,e the
Man; Drleanx and n TO II men
New Orleans and now Brown
a coach with the Braves.
Too Many Hunters Are Still Shooting
First And Asking Their Questions Later
While officials are a Mt sus-
picious of their authenticity,
times and marks obtained by
the Amateur Athletic Union In
various ways are revealing. The
Men of Moscow have a way of
building these things up to im-
press, or It could be that they
art) playing down their muscled
warriors to surprise.
Anyway, the AAU hears that
their Vladimir 8ukharyev has
matched Jim Golliday's 10.3 for
the 100 meters, the best in the
world this year. Golliday, the
20-year-old Negro from North-
western, is our national cham-
pion. The USSR credits It L.
Sanadze with 10.8, which la what
Jim Ford, a Drake freshman,
turned In.
The etrange part of thl 1 that
both Sewell and Brown are com-
teach. Both are looking for Jobs. THERE QUICKEST
e e e
vavKE-a-s ifivr KINER Unless his legs cave In again,
ttetSeTweLMTWgbos of the Seton Hall's Andy Stanfleld
Yankees told1 us that 10 years figures to win the 200 meters,
Vo the Yankew thought W his 20.5 topping the rest of the gj
hid Ralph Klner signed up. -IBntony ^* "Bill Essick informed us he had outside of the U. 8. have gTOHitoSS
a phenorn coming to the Yan-ed Sukharyev's 21.2 hardly'*
kees" Weiss related, "but the phenomenal, but not too bad.
next' thing we knew, Klner had Unless some of our guys break
signed with the Piraies." : their legs, American ahould run
Leo Durocher reports he saw one-two-three In the 110-meter
Klner recently In Los Angeles! hurdles, as they did In London
Unless somebody's In hiding,
Stalin's stooges figure to out-
kick us in the S.OOO-meter
steplechase and the 5.000 and
10,000 meters Kazantsev'i 8:49.8
Is the world's finest In the
'chase, and one Saltykov has
done 8:57.8.
We hsve never been serious
contenders In the stamina num-
bers, anyway, but Popov's 14:-
20.8 was the fourth best in the
5,000 meters this year, Kazant-
sev's 30:21.8 In the 10,000 rank-
ink 10th.
The U. S. has a dozen high
jumpers better than Russia's,
three pole vaulters who have
cleared 15 feet. They are still
feeding Pyotr Denlsenko vodka
in adulation of his 14 feet 4
This country's broad-Jumping
laurels are not In danger, either.
But the shot put, hammer
and Javelin will be close. Jim
Fuchs has put the shot 57 feet
9 Inches, compared to Estonian
Heino Llpp's 85 feet 8. 8am Fel-
ton has heaved the hammer
184 feet 2, shading Russian
Dibenko by one foot nine inches.
But Held, formerly' of Stanford,
tops the Javelin field with 249
feet 8. Russia's Y. Scherbakov
It the Communists' champion
with 235 feet 10. -
We have five decathon men
superior to Volkov, the Red,
and his 7108 points. Bob Mathlas
set world record with 8042
Rev. Bob Richards recorded
EA Special Correspondent
CLEVELAND, D., Dec. 11 (NEA)
Some "hunting Incidents" of
1851 make a self-respecting
squirm with shame.
Actually, some sportsmen are
fearful that stringent restric-
tions on going afield may ulti-
mately be the result.
Typical reports that come to
various state game commissions
read like this:
At Marquette, Mich., two boys
playing in a field were wound-
ed at dusk when mistaken for
deer by hunters.
Also in Michigan, one deer
hunter is believed to have been
murdered and robbed of a buck
he shot by another "hunter."
In Maine, six hunters were
killed and six more wounded
when "mistaken for game."
In Ohio, a hunter shot him-
self In the foot while sitting
on his bed and loading his
shotgun. No one yet has figured
out why he loaded his gun at
that time.
I heard of a case of one
hunter In the north woods who
was eating a sandwich while
he rested against a tree a few
years ago. The sandwich was
partially covered by wax paper,
which someone appar e n 11 y
thought was a deer's white tail,
and drilled the hunter between
his eyes.
Bird and animal loversand
there are more of them than
most people realisealso are
upset by hunting antics.
Dr. Clarence Cottam. U. S.
Fish and Wildlife Service as-
sociate director, reported the
other day a hunter hot a rare
whooping crane. There are only
30 of these birds left and they
face extinction.
At Huntington, W. Va., a
hunter shot two whistling
swans, which are protected from
Pennsylvania, which prohibits enforcement with penitentiary
hunting of bear cubs, reports sentence for killing or "wound-
that many cubs were killed dur- ing another hunter. Some say
ing their recent season. Says city kids should be educated in
the report: "In most cases, the the schools as to the differences
hunters who shot the young- between a mallard and a swan
sters let them lie where they a deer and a man.
fell. There was an outst-nd'n- Some urge that hunters be
example In Cameron County required to pass a safety ex-
where a mother bear ana i.e.. amination. Just like an auto
three babies were slain." driver Is, before being allow-d
Two eagles were shot In Ohio) into the field,
this Fall Too many hunters are still
It's no wonder that some'hooting first and asking ques-
farmers sre prompted to bring
In their cattle and paint "cow"
on the side of them.
What' the answsr to th'- *-
nual blood-letting of man and
protected wildlife.
Some experts urge stricter lav
tlons later.
"Dutsh" Lamont, ex-laborer
who rose to riches In Altoona,
Pa., Is booked in New York
charged with fixing a college
basketball game. The fabulous
Lamont was accused of sup-
Kylng the funds for the flx-
g of the NYU-Cornell game
last New Year's Day.
Sets New Records
With Each Point
LAWRENCE, Kan., Dec. 11
(NEA) Clyde LoveUette will
establish new basketball records
every time he scores a point.
LoveUette already holds Kan-
sas' all-time mark of 1093. attain-
ed with a 34-polnt explosion la
last season's iinal gam*.
The gigantic addlng-machlne
scorer has registered more polnst
than any other Jayhawk in Big
Seven competition, 563; the mosc
field goals m both league and
non-league games, 459; and the
most field goals In conference
play, 233.
Clothes Help
Make Skier
NEW YORK, Dec. 11 (NEA)
Fred Plcard, technical adviser of
the United States women's Win-
ter Olympics ski team, cautions
skiers to pay attention to fabrics
in pants and Jackets.
'The material should have a
completely flat surface, with no
protruding fibers," Picard says.
"Shaggy fibers collect snow
partlcues that turn Into tiny tel-
eles, a soggy condition that caus-
es water on the knee and on oth-
I er parts of the body."
and that Ralph and his bride,
Nancy Chaffee, will not move in-
to their new home at Palm
Springs until mid-December. Leo
and Laratne have made several
fUrns as a husband-wife team for
" ...
Ginger Beaumont, the great
Pittsburgh center fielder of the
early 1900s, was named to Wis-
consin's Athletic Hall-of-Fame.
He was the first man ever to
bat in a World Series, leading off
for the Pirates In the Inaugural
set In 1903 against the Red Sox.
A banquet was held in Mil-
waukee honoring the men chos-
en for the Hall-oi-Fame and
Deacon Phllllppe, now a Pennsyl- ^
vanla court attache, was there to
help honor Beaumont. So was Cy
PhUUppe and Young pitched In
that first Series game, the for-
mer winning, 7-3.
Beaumont, now 76, recently;
suffered a stroke. He lives at
Brownl Lake, Wis., made the trip
to Milwaukee by ambulance, ac-
companied by his son, daughter,
nurse and doctor. i
Olnger Beaumont was brougnt
Into the banquet hall In a wheel
chair, an Ironic note when you
remember his greatest asset In
baseball was his speed.
In 1948. Towering Dick Attlesey
holds the fastest time for the
sprint with bumps, 13.8. Russia's
Bulanchlk Is credited with 14.3.
Olympic champion Mai Whit-
field's principal competition In
the 400 and 800 meters is ex-
pected to be provided by the
Jamaicans, George Rho den,
Herb McKenley and big Arthur
The 1,500 meter 1 dominated
by Sweden, Yugoslavia and
Russia could be heard from in
the 3,000 and 5,000 meters. V.
Kazantaev is eighth best In the
3,000 with 8:18.4 and Popov Is
right on his heels with 8:19.2.
A* far Pmnmmmi IMS*, S.A.
4.P B.R.P.
for lrompt It/ft/-
tor cough do-
to colds.
tJva-for both adult and
children. At your aruffist
FIT8 FINEMarty Marlon,,
who managed th* Cardinals last I
season, switches uniforms in St.
Louis, as shortstop-coach of
the Browns. (NBA)
Football Titles
Followed Wilson
DETROIT, Dec. 11 (KBA)^-
George Wilson played on more
championship teams than any
other player in professional
The Detroit Lions' assistant
coach was an end for the
champion Chicago Bears of
The former Northwestern
star was also a member of the
Bears' division winners of "37-
42. %
Baton Rouge, La. (NBA)
Darkness halted the Louisiana
State-Tulane football games of
Xltf and 1800.
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Panama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln.

Churchill Names ...........
Lyttleton As
Defense Minister
LONDON, Dec. 11 (UP)
The London Star reported
today that Prime Minister
Winston Churchill has
chosen Colonial Secretary
Oliver Lyttelton to succeed
him as Minister of Defense.
The Star said also that
Churchill has decided his
successor at the Defense
Ministry should become czar
ever Britain's production,
supply labor and defense MIAMI. Fla., Dec. ll (UPi tid is requested," said Leonard Miami are attending their syna- constzuc.ed northslde Jewish
lT/L"_ .. .... ,. The Dade County sheriff de- Tobin. chairman of the Jewish'gogues "as much or more than center causea several hundred
sysrems, wirn grearer powers pUtized 50 war veterans today War Veterans' Anti-Terrorism usual" despite the five out- dollars worth of damage.
than any peacetime minister in a campaign by Jewish lead- Committtee at Miami Beach bursts of violence against their Then on Oct. 1. telephoned
l_, --_ l_j o.:_:_ ers to place 24-hour guards But in Miami Jewish leaders buildings. threats of dynamiting were fol-
nos ever naa in or.rain. Ground synagogues and prevent turned down war veterans' of- "There naturally is great con- lowed by discovery of a quantity
further acts of racial and re- fer to patrol synagogues and cem over these acts among of anti-Semitic. anti-Negro
ligious terrorism here. Hebrew centers. I Jewish families." Balkin said, leaflets at the same northslde
8ome Jewish churches also "The Jews of the (Miami) "But there is no general fear center. Later that month, unex-
hurriedly installed floodlights community feel it is up to the or hysteria, and attendance at ploded dynamite sticks were
to make the church grounds proper law enforcement agen- our churches is running as great found at Temple Israel and at
fully visible all night. City and cies to catch the culprits." Oil- or greater than usual." the Miami Hebrew School,
county officials, aided bv the bert Balkin. director of the There had been no antl-l Just six days before yester-
FBI. intensified their Investiga- Anti-Defamation League here. Semitic violence In the Miami I day's bombing attempt, a dyna-
tion after an attempt was made said. area since the city was found-! mite explosion at the Miami
to dynamite a Coral Gables Balkin said the 60.000 Jewish eduntil June of this year, when Hebrew School and synagogue
church members of Greater a dynamite blast at the newly; shattered dozens of memorial
---- windows and prompted Jewish
50 War Veterans Deputized To Combat
Anti Jewish Terrorism Acts In Miami
PAA Announces New
Low-Fare Service
Across Atlantic
Pan American World Airways Jewish church yesterday,
will begin tourist class service Sheriff Jack Henderson said
across the North Atlantic next he deputized war veterans of
May with four round-trips week- West Miami who planned an
ly by new DC6-Bs, capable of around the clock guard of their
carrying 82 persons. The number houses of worship. This gave
of flights will be Increased dur- power to make arrests but not
ine the year. permission to carry weapons.
_, Miami Beach Jewish war veter-
Pare between New York and ans also announced a 24-hour
London will be $270 one way. watch
with a round-trip fare of $417
during five off-season months ay houses of worship on the
Shake Out The Coins-the CZ
Banks Will Take Them All
"We are rariv tn heln natrol Canal Zone banks todav said su* oi "UJ3- New8 and Wor,d *"
-a houses of worshin on the chev were read t0 ',take a11 h.POrt." explaining the shortage,
irom November through March not lust Jewish lf our pennies that come their way" in Pennies nickels, dimes and
Round-trip during the other response to an inquiry by The quarters all are scarce at the
Panama American as to how start of Christmas shopping but
months will be $488.
Army Stands Pal
On M-1 Garand;
Places Big Order
they were set up to handle the chances are the scarcity Is at its
expected volume of "piggy bank" peak now, the article states,
coins that have been requested of
residents recently. One of the principal causes of
The manager of the National the current problem, according
and city leaders to call in state
and federal Investigators.
During the same period, dyna-
mite blasts were set off at
Miami's controversial Carver
Village housing project for
Negroes three times, causing
some $20,000 worth of damage.
Hope Is Renewed
For Hungry Granny
In Snake Country
DUNAVANT, Ala.. Dec. 11 (UP)
The announcement was made
from Nice, France, by Willis G.
Llpscomb. PAA vice president,
traffic and sales, who led the
successful fight for the low-fare
service at a special traffic con- Dla^Af Rlfl flNIAr tnev "h*ven't turned away any- sands
Xerence there. Llpscomb credited rav v* a#IIJ VIU vl | one yet," and would pay whatever i over the United States have been
victory to the pressure of public: amounts were marked on the stocking up on coins In anticipa-
apinion. WASHINGTON. Dec. 11 (UP) packages. However, they would tlon of trouble at Christmas.
.... The Army announced today it appreciate the coins being rolled,
Llpscomb had announced ear- has placed a "multl-mlUlon Instead of brought In bulk. Coins ordinarily flow back into .
lier that Pan American would oiiar order" for the American The shortage on the Isthmus the banks in large volume dur- M2jaB Bra.M- w.n0 nas ee.n
go It alone if necessary in order M_! Garand rifle, a move which of small change was brought to,tag the slack months of summer missing a week, had nearly fad-
Jo offer a tourist class service apparently ends for the time the attention of Zonlans two but this did not occur last sum- ed completely before a young
between New York and London being dUpute wlth Britain weeks ago when they were asked'mer. I housewife here said she had
.J? ,rPun.d"triP ,? 0I 2 0VM proposed adoption of the. to trade in their pennies for pa-
$480 if the other lines refused British 28-calibre rifle as stand- per currency to relieve the sltua-
'City Bank in Balboa claimed that to the magazine, is that thou-1The mysterious appearance of
ads of merchants and others a "hungry old lady" swelled
hope today that an aged grand-
mother who disappeared on
treacherous Double Oak moun-
tain may still be alive.
Hope of finding 76-year-old
to agree that a tourist service :ard equipment
should be operated generally.
Agreement came after eight The Army placed the order
days of debate by the North At- for an undisclosed number of
seen a woman answering Mrs.
Some of the reasons given tor'?'*' decription "looking for
the United States shortage are: i fie.r,aoa"-
Mrs. Every Harris and Arils
1) Increasing numbers of vend- !n1cU% 22&S? broth"
er. said the unidentified woman
One eager-beaver housewife
Untie airlines attending the,semi-automatic Garanda^nly,*^ lunch with them Wednes-
meettag. l&*W3t!5i SSH0E nickels and. dime, over to er to empty the coin boxes gu- ^^j^gf**
Minuter Winston Churchill ad- ^taMo eommtasarv and nost Eriy
Pan American has been cam- mitted that only 20 of the Brit- nffle?Sr^Sted few I
paignlng for a trans-Atlantic ish rifles were on hand and that::/,w :.T Lri ^tw haWdie S) Increased federal tar nn Me-
tourist class service since lttf. 'quantity production could not ** TE.^lP*Sffi. h are tes effiivV November 1
Its original proposal was for!be tarted before 1954. He also 2Jgf%!!*jS!mi u? i.o mean 'that machine w3 had
a one-way fare of $225 to $250, said that only about 100.000 H wtal W *%Jl**t lrT
between New York and London, could be produced In that year, change and her indignant pro-
a round-trip fare of $405 to $450.1 U. 8. officials had been hold- *"** was carried in The Panama
ling out for the Garand, Wd|Amtr>wa.
Upscomb reiterated PAA's successfully in World War II However officials of The pan-
support of the lower fare pro- Today's order was the first ama canal today said that coin
posal at the meeting in Nice, placed by the Army since the collections which are too large to
But he said that the compro- World War. The contract went be handled by the commissaries
mise based on the $270 the International Harvester and clubhouses may be exchang-
was acceptable to Pan American Co., which Is now tooling its ed for paper currency at the Bal-
because the off-season rate of Evansvllle. Ind., plant for manu- boa Heights or Cristobal office
417 for five months of the year facture. First deliveries are of the Treasurer of the Panama
fell within the range originally scheduled for early next year. Canal Company.
suggested by the company and An estimated 1500 employes
because the formula made it will be needed when production' Many coins on the Isthmus are
possible for all lines to agree on reaches a peak, but the Army | being carried off by passengers
providing the service for the did not disclose when the peak and crews of naval and mer-
He pointed out that the for-
mula adopted worked out to an
average round-trip fare of ap-
proximately $453 over the entire
period is expected.
Price Of Liquor
In Minnesota Has
Sobering Effect
chant ships.
The coin shortage, which
being felt on the Isthmus
as In the United States
pected to ease up after Christ-
mas in the United States, accord-
ing to an article in the Dec. 30 is-
The grandmother disappeared
on the snake-Infested moun-
tainside as she was walking be-
tween the homes of her son and
her daughter.
A huge searching party, comb-
New Ute and local sale *"? ?f tn Jd ladv- W **ey
, increase the need for pen-1 XXTtt'K^
Although the Mint has stepped1 ,**"!*?! a.bout *? ,mes
up Its production of coins wlthfrom D"1" ak mountain,
longer work weeks and double'
nies for vending machines.
1) High business activity in re-
cent years has Increased the de-)
mand for coins.
4) Parking meters and juke'
boxes take quantities of nickels.
Nuns, Priest Forced
To Dig Up Bodies
Of Chinese Infants
HONG KONG, Dec. 11 (UP) -75 MPH Willd$ Ruffle
Two nuns and one priest were p f. i i r n
forced to work 12 hours a dav an reinando Valley
shifts tasme departments, pro- Civ (}( Fm
ductlon is hampered by decreas- Jl* Wl *"m
wen ed appropriations and scarcity of Uoro Fnr Vcf
1. metals. particularly copper, ac- riere TOr VISIT" cording to the magazine.
Six United States Representa-
tives arrived yesterday afternoon
M T1MJM. U/.Ji on the S.S. Cristobal for a visit
mrS. 1 aimaage TV On t of five days on the Isthmus.
Have To Explain Her
Mink Coat To Senate
ATLANTA, Ga Dec. 11 (UP)
The visiting Congressional
party includes Representatives
Fred O. Aandahl, Republican of
North Dakota, and his wife; Re-
presentative Frank T. Bow, Re-
publican of Ohio, and Mrs. Bow;
Georgias Dtrttv first iadv Mra RePreentative Walter M. Mum-
Uy all price ceUlngs... without rest, and often without ped trees and antenna.* near the And when M's Talma'dae epts my. 10; RepresenUtive James F.
aurts so decide. food and drink. foothills and In tr.e San Fernn- the coat, she won't have to ex- lnd- Democrat of Pennsylvania,
sota. _.anKyw,ecause: The Prtest- ^ench Father, do Valley. The weather bureau i lain it to t'rng'esslonal Com- and Mrs- Lind; and Representa-
for 12 days In Pakhol Kwang-
itung recently digging up bodies | LOS ANGELFS Dec. 11 (UP)
of Chinese Infants they are al- Resident of Los Aneelea are tn.-
MINNESOTA. Dec^ 11 (UP)._;ieged to have "murdered." S to hang onto their hats and\fSE T^lmadg^inT/bTgeU m*' Republican of Pennsylvania;
The price of liquor has a sober- According to the Catholic, television antennas. ting a mink wt before long I RepresenUtive Harold A. Patten,
lag effect in Minnesota. 'Sunday Examiner, the three Winds of hurricane force up Democrat of Arizona; his wife
It could lead to the end of mlsslonalres were made to work to 75 mlles-an-hour have top- It won't be this winter thouah land aonB' Michael, 13 and Tom-
PraCticall.V nrir rninff -llhi ml and nfn llluiiitL'.j._______j________-- A .!._._ c If the co
the Office of Price Stabilization;Cotto, fainted once during the 'says' evVn stVog'r "gus can"be nirttees'as haYbe^nThe'case^w'th tive Samuel W. Yorty. Democrat
Challenged its right to control ordeal. The nuns were Mother expected In *<"ne areas. several coats around Washlne- of California, and Mrs. Yorty.
liquor prices. The O-P-S said,Sophie and 81ster Vincent of the | FUtv-mile-an-hour winds off-!ton recently Plans for their visit include a
state mnimums were higher Catechlst 8ister of Mary Imma- rtiore apparently have swept two I sightseeing trip today, a visit
than those allowed under Fed- culate. amateur 21-year-old fishermen| Mrs Talmad^e Is raising 50 at Miraflores Locks and a trip
eral cenlngs. It asked a Federal; The report said that the three out to sea in a 14-foot skiff near cages of mink at the Governor's through Galllard Cut from Pe-
Court to Intervene. mlsslonalres are stlU in Commu- Malibu. The coari guard and farm near Atlanta 8he expects dro Miguel to- Gamboa tomor-
But the state now has taken ;nlst detention with four other -herlff's office were alerted last i to harvest a few pelts this wint- row.
reverse action. It has asked the priests, and six sisters, awaiting night when the two University tr. but she tilnks it will take The visitors will return to the
eourt to declare illegal practical-,trial on a charge of "murdering" .of Southern California students rametime to collect the 50 or 60 United States on the 8.8. Cris-
ly all price controls.____________'20,000 Chinese Infants.__________I failed to return to shore.________needed for th coat. tobal leaving Friday.
FIERCEST FIGHTING of the Panama area Ar my boxing finals was In the welterweight class
where Marcelo Morales (top.right), loat his c^apjpjpnshlp to Loreni Baca. '.This action shot
was taken In the final round as the pair slugged it out at the Fort Kobbe arena. Baca got
the decision. Bottom, Jose Ferrer-Hernandez sticks a Jab Into the face of Osvaldo Santos
Gonzales but the latter retaliated to score a first round knockdown and then went on to
cop the title In the lightweight division. (C.S. Army photos)
Illustrated by Walt Scott
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