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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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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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TWENTY-SEVENTH TEAK
PANAMA, R. P.. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 13, 1951
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Truman Foresees No Changes In Cabinet
In Drastic Govt. Housecleaning Program
Churchill Meets
With Cabinet
On Egypt Stand
LONDON, Dec 13 (UP>Prime
Minister Winston Churchill met
today with his full cabinet to
oiacuss the Egyptian situation.
The cabinet had before it re-
ports
i tires
US Sabres Get
13 Migs In
Record Scrap
TOKYO, Dec. 13 (UP). United States Sabre destroyed a
record-breaking 13 Migs in dogfights over North Korea today.
Two more Mifs wet* Hated as pr*bably destroyed, and an-
other was damaged.
One Sabre caught fire and crashed.
The Reda took the biggest ever losses ever recorded in one
day of Jet t. Jet fightlnr.
But last April 12 Superforta and their escorting Sabres shot
down 14 Mica.
United Nations troops and i stroyed nine of a fleet of 45 Migs
tanks also took the offensive on in a wild 30-minute fight,
the around. A twin-Jet Red fighter, believed
I They staged two major raids a rarely-used 1048-model Mig-0. J" Pen negotiations wun Egypt keeping Government, c:ean Mr cauaie got g4.uuu comn
dep into No Man's Land on the turned it, searchlight on a night- * a new Angle-Egyptian treaty. J^kt^^tpt^^^on^m^OMn^^.
,.., .A..t ntri front* kill- itrrfw,n tTnitrt iiitinni R-M! Communists in the government. The role of FBI director
WASHINGTON, Dec. 13. (UP) Presiden!
Truman said today that he anticipates no Cabinet
changes in connection with his pending drive to
clean up the graft scandals in the United Stated
government.
At his weekly press conference the Presiden'
declined to disclose details of his housecleaninr
plans, claiming that his program of drastic action
is a continuing policy and not a new one.
He said his program in gen-1 he had been on to Caudle for n
eral would be of two parts: long time, and had been reac'
1) Legislation to meet the sit- to fire him for some time befo' s
uation This he will outline in the subcommittee started its lr-
cauiun au uciuic , Ic- nis state of the Union message vestlgatlon.
from British representa-, to Congress in January.
_ showing that Russia is 2> Direct action by the Presl-
1 moving fast to undermine fur- dent. This will come shortly
ther Britain's position in thej Mr Truman said: "
Middle East.
British Egyptian
"Wrongdo-
ers have no house with me, no
diplomatic i matter who they are or how big.
The President said that wit'i
urgent swiftness that he don
not think Government employe s
should have outside interests.
He thought it unethical fci
men in a Government position o'
i*wi -J5-fc*nu uipiuiiiovit mailer wnu wicy iir wi iiuw vig. men in a vjutcwiiiicuw ijimiwuii */
relations are near breaking point He said he was planning quick responsibility to accept fees for
cut the Egyptian Government! action to prevent Government outside activities,
has delayed withdrawing its am-i employes from having profitable
bassador from London. i outside interests. He might take "If these people want to d"
British Foreign Secretary An-'action on this point this week, this sort of thing they shoal 1
thony Eden Is Mid to have put, To illustrate what he claimed, leave the government and open a
be his continuing policy of law office."
'Mn 1
before Cabinet a plan for trying: to
t;i open negotiations with Egypt keeping Government dean.
<>-, a hmp AiMr'n UmmHan l*aahi rn.-aM n l t ari tVia nrr
Mr. Caudle ot $5,000 commission

west and west central fronts, kill- intruding United Nations B-26
ing scores of Red troops before,light bomber near Namsl last
returning to their own Unes. night then opened fire.
The twin raids were the largest
scale United Nations attacks I The B-M, undamaged, teturn-
since thetth Army issued itsfa- ed the fire and Is believed to;
mous "no aggression" directive have hit the Red machine,
two week ago. Despite the raid Another B-28 was attacked by
the 8th Army insists there tip a Red plane of unidentified type
been no change m this diroctivii. (north of Sunchon daring
The first of todays doffightfright
Stgfwsteitt Prim*
Gorgas; Everyone Helps Out
Renovadores
Hits Another Snag
clerks nurses, technicians and i was propped up in her bed and The Renovador tRefonrO Par-
mesaensera at Gorgas Hospital with John Michaelis, clerk of the tv Wa3 stUl more out than in a
S^^ vesterdav W arrange a Balboa Magistrate's Court, acting i new Cabinet pos* today despite
we*UnrrfuriouslyTpi- as best man, witness and inter- ^finite promises that the party
saw N Sabres fighting lot Miga
for W mtoutes. Just souotjlln-
aniu.
the libres here bagged *
Two were shot down' by Mfl.
Oeorge A. Davis Jr. who there-
by raised his' personal Korean
war tally to even Migs and three
Red bombers destroyed.
In the afternoon 28 Sabre de-
paratlons are under way for
.tthe truce tal*. al.Wnminj. Soviet-.sponscred "Peace Coun
M*r W
Nations n<
fm ho
tient at the hospital.
The patient, a woman resident
of Panama City, had been admit-
ted to the hospital as an emer-
gency case. Both the patient and her flower
the father of her four children ] ried.
were anxious to legalize their
n SS^ -*i lUmmitKed Explosions
preter and Doris Cochran. the WOuld be offered the Ministry ot
ailing woman's nurse, serving as Agriculture and Commerce.
bridesmaid, witness and flower l
girl-the bride as too HI to hold Plans greed upon yesterday
the couple was mar- by President Alcibades Arose-
mena, presidential candidate
Jos A. Remn and some of his
supporters to satisfy Renovador
Soldiers Cited For
Valor In Rescue
Of Injured Airman
Egypt last October abrogat-
ed the 193b Anglo Egyptian
treaty covering Britain's posi-
tion in the Soer Canal Zone.
TbJ abrogation set off the
present dispute between the
two countries.
British diplomats in the Md-
ele East have reported that pre.
cJJ" to b* held in--alro In J*n-
"ary.
These reports said Soviet re-
presentatives were ?'leaking" in-
to Communists .again tub- -ormatlon tha*. Britain, the Tjhlt-
wnly refused to tel how many *8tatf <1, KyPt.,couW not
rntitiwi Ntlon nrlsoners of war^efend the Sutr Canal.
RrSnr d backed ^e Russians were said to be
SSL thriMisn ^ta te t flaking roundabout suggestions
down on their lso promise to a- .,_,. .ra,iH rran for Ger-
rsA aasR,2S5f a sassi'SSs.ss.
' TVaTTnltaM Urinni nsor\tQtf
Communists in the government,! The role of FBI director J- Ed-
and the dismissal of several tax gar Hoover In Mr. Truman's
collectors, all of which he said clean up plan remained unde-
took place before any public ven- rmed todav.
tilations of their cases had oc- Hoover had secret talks yes-
curred. I terday with the President an1
He took a plainly different at- McGrath.
titude towards the tax case op-
erations of T. Lamar Caudle, de- But all Mr. Truman would sa-
posed attorney general, than has today was that Hoover would d'
Attorney General Howard Mc- his duty as he always had don-
Qrath. as chief lnveati*a,tlng officer C
McGrath testified earlier thta tnc government.
week before the Houje Ways and y,, wrsMent brand*! twt
Means Subcommittee that ne founded reports that Hoover
knew nothing of the outside ac- wcia replace McGrath a at-
tlvities for which the Preaiaem tora general.
fired Caudle from his position as_______________________
chief of the Justice Department's- j> r
tax division DredtM ** inirH(
Mr. Truman said today that VlVUfrv
th.i. ......nirf ...ii,,. man jnstructor ana arm irm
SsSSS&Srs SffSTSS rSWSS 'Conned' Bugler
retatliated by refusing even to t,*^,a^n/ Tinmt want l k.l_... A_____C1..I.
consider a flve-DOint prisoner ex-
by the

Two soldier, member of Bat
> satisfy Renovador ^ c, Wid AAA (AW) jfcttalioi-, ..-------,
a Cabinet post "v'.ijaARCARm were todaj recom- jlations behind the Red lines oth-
resldtnts and citizens of
were residents ana citizens o',. mm ___- r4 !(>
Panama, they had to obtain a Pa- la T7 Mat \lll |- ^gj
nama license before the Can!,I VA l^^l fl ,,v*
Zone marriage license could be
issued. One of the hospital clerk
helped the groom-to-be to com-
plete these arrangements
demand for .
hit another snag. | mended for the ~
1 for their "performance f duty
Jos M. Vrela agreed yester- , w pers0nal daiger and
day that he would resign the Ml- ^ ^lsk of hfe in the per-
For Motorbike RKon^^Si"si? SSHHS
Two young American motor-1 the director of hi, party-the Jng^to Capt. Ja.
change plan advanced
Communist.
The Communists again pro-
tested that the United Rations
demand for a ban on the build-
in: of new airports in North Ko-
.-,rea daring an armistice, and for
ttalion; rights of inspection for truce vio-
Fgyptian armv !f Egypt wanted
"to defend Its right to b
between East nnd West
ttrrffl:New Army Style
Soldier? Medal W than at points of entry, cons-
duty Ututed an interference m North
" ajorea's internal affairs.
French Premier Draws
2 Confidence Votes
nlete these arrangements and1 Two young American mow>r-,tne aireciors o:ni p"/"^ " rommander.
men dlreTted him to the District cyclist who removed the muf- PRA-have reporttdlj'declared tery Commanaer.
...'?. ,u.n..i 7> 11. f__ t___v(r mirhinti he-1 that Vrela will not resign untu __ ___
Court where the Canal Zone li-
cense wa obtained.
Truman Still Set
On Naming Clark
For Vatican Post
WASHINGTON, Dec. 13 (UP)
President Truman said today
he intends to nominate (Jen.
Mark Clark as United 8tates
Ambassador to the Vatican a
Congress meets.
niDTC tu,, 1 itrpi The soon as .
French, National Assimb.y today ^VX.^.^SSreSn Ret"
passed a double vote of confld- man of the Senate Foreign Rela-
nceln Premier Rene Pleven's tions committee which would
ifMe Tt ~ which involved an Air Force | g^emment. normally consider Clark s no-
On the other hand, there is a weapon carrier which ^"^Tta votes had the effect of mination. remarked
fiers from their machines be-that Varetaiwi notiJ~ten "gU, yesterday rescued
ca^o^e^W^
sick woman's algnature and issue Balb0 the license. ... r morning. ads the social Security Board, in an interview this morning. Europe' coal and steel. meaning poatponed indetmitely.
Balboa Magistrate Edward,A"-1 Jan mrn^ 18 and Raymond to press for passage of a law, jess praised the heroism of Sfc -------------.--------,---------
man agreed to perform me cere- Henr? Magas, 22, were also freezing the Board's present em-,Paul L. Davidson and Pfc Eml- ^^ __ _
-_____v.*,... .. *av -i~...,. 11. T mmav Onatranfl for theiT I ff
Members of the Army sta-
tioned in the USARCARIB area
no longer get up in the morn -
ins; with the idea in mind that
they would like to shoot the bu-
gler who so rudelv interrupted
their sleep. Now they arise to
the strain of recorded music
played over the public address
svstem. However, the tune is
the same ole "I Can't Get um
l'p" that has meant reville
down through the years.
"Canned" bugle calls have
replaced the bugler throughout
most Army areas as the mo-
dernisation move continues.
Recorded bugle calls are more
popular than the old type since
they can be made under ideal
conditions and better calk can
be prodaeed. Also they can be
heard over a wider area under
perverse weather conditions.
Sells For $415 618
The pipeline suction dredge
"La Cruces" has been sold o
J. C. Derkwit h Company of
New York City for $415.818. the
highest of four bids received.
Bids for the dredge wer*
opened November 19 hi the of-
fice of the Superintendent of
Storehouses.
Delivery of the dredge to th*
buyer will be made by the Pa-
nama Canal Company within 3^
days of the date of the awarrt
of the contract on December 6
The buver will be allowed <)
days to remove the spare parts
and pipeline.
The Las Cruces, a cutterhead
pipeline suction dredge with 24-
lnch discharge, was built by the>
Ellicott Machine Corporation o*
Baltimore and arrived in the
Canal Zone in January 102*
igreea w periorm = enrv
mony V^^S^JStS tor'placS'orTprobatton for a year.
CerTand a w^in^K &'^^r? SS
ployes.
llano Lopes Postrana, for their
oulck action without considera-
The Renovadores, who are Uon t0 ^eir own personal lives
members of the five-party coa-, yesterday morning, the
'. motor*-vdi d# with|"ton supporting tthe candidacy mn "whose du'tv station is Ipca-
once a jtak-Jn a neckUee. was t0ycle* Sa^wtot nSe. of Remn, recenUy moved back ^approximately 200yards from
found which exactly fitted the Tlu"'e" l Qarvt0' ,natuhe, ^Z. the date of their convention to "^ f the ficcl bride's finger........' J?c!^ "" LS! i"" officially launch Remn on their .^SSu'eLlina for help. They
At 2:30 p.m. the ick woman Diaz events 1
Ilclfl,
The
to remove muf-
sraoe'cillng forhelp. They
ticket from Dec. 15 to Jan 5^ : th d of the spillway
Tallulah Exits Booming From Courtroom,
Gets Kind Word From Fellow Giant Fan
mm TOM, i*c. GAS Charter TakeS <" "> mM*1" <* Mut "t.mr *e tut l>t ott.npi.trt Sir, HSliES, Vhim Sinm *o* nrmn>lhuiiirl Ur,,a ,m iW >ll Kospect "-;s"'";.i ... h,d ott-n-th M mm Sir "Sit,
keep my
Effect As 15th
Nation Ratifies
WASHINGTON. Dee. 13 TOlJL* W.ntt'H
inw force .7 a binding interna- with the winner of the big 50-
t'.onal traaty til:* a.m. today.mile race all the way till hi
vhen Cokimula became the 15th clutch burned out in the last
nation to ratify it. lap.) _______^^
u vjvico **>* promises to "<= '"" ~; "*i,"~ ,. _.*,r
then operating- them In the (the Cabinet have not been ful- nto the water
Canal Zone. {filled.
(When the two finally got to
Jiian Diaz Sunday, Magan put
new track record by
Uner Lands On Peasoup Airfield;
Searchers Find It 2 Hours Later
LONDON, Dec. U (UP>.A four-engined Air France
airnsMT was lost for two hours on London Airport today
after landing an a flight from Paris.
Its passengers drank champagne while searchers
hunted far the plane.
On of London's heaviest fogs closed in oa the air-
pVart shortly after the plane touched down
The control tower
seat oat
tn? **
hnaiin.
dloed the pilot to stay put, and
L ard bases, motor cycles and a
to search for the plains.
_.the first of the rescuers a
the plane. He confessed to the
. ..t too.
arrived soon
Th
id soon afterwards, then guiaed
Ms took th passengers ta> th*
7thUirDavdson"'i;d"Postrana after a judge directed her from
ran down the spillway step, the qourtroom in one of the fast-
dove intothe fast moving wateriest Its of her acting career.
Snd brought the injured man. The tempestuous Miss Bank-
MfelvTo land ha- sU* ctreM ,nd cUrrent
JM explained that the spin- star of a weekly radio program
wav U Mrtkularlv treacherous called "The Big Show." made a
Tnd haS^the airman not been confident 11:15 a.m. appearance
recaed immediately he would In General Sessions court where
haw ne over the edee of the she is scheduled to be a w tneas
anron aorne 20 feet further. in the larceny-forgery trial of a
Ju?Poree officials identified former maid charged with steal-
Erben'Tr^
Squadron. Name of the dead air- chased undaunted, to the the actress a. she talked^reg.]-
She said she had an osteopath I She showed her white glove
He noted "some complaints Tuesday night and then had a which haa become soiled^ to> re-
Tuesday about behavior of some good nights rest ,porters, and commented that
of those called to testify.
There was no doubt as to the
target of his remark. Daring
the opening defense statement
Tuesday, throaty-voiced Tallu-
lah gave oat not only with a
hacking cough, blaming It on
a "bronchial condition." bat
made sererel vociferos asides
to her attorney.
At least 200 Bankhead fan
KJCl I11KUC9 icon. Kv.~.-. ---- ^^U .
Her composure didn't last long.!"They were clean when I came
After she left the courtroom, a In here. That's some of Morlt!
guard began to order her around' filth
man is still withheld pending no-
tification of next of kin.
Uruguayans Train
In Jamaica For
Anti-TB Program
NEW SENATOR Fred A.
Sea ton. Hastings. Neb., news-
paaer publisher, has been ap-
KDinted to the U. 8- 8enate by
brasxa's Oov. Vsl Peterson.
Santn would succeed the late
gen-Kenneth Wherry.
wing.
There had been objection
from the defense Tuesday over
"facial noises'1 emitting from
the unpredictable actress, who
insisted they were coughs. They
came strongly at the time her
maid's lawyer declared he
would prove Miss Bankhead
hired gigolos, bought narcotics
and was "rarely sober."
The maid. Mrs. Eveleen Ram-
say Cronin, 84, Is charged by the
I ly out of the courtroom under es-
Icort.
"Oh, darling... 1o. darling
and she exploded.
"I'm here as a state witneas."
!she bellowed. "I'm not here as a
criminal person."
The uniformed guard opened
an over-heated room for her.
She started In, then recoiled,
drawling:
"Oh, my God, I'll faint In that
steam heat.
ghe referred to defense at-
tornev Fred G. Moritt* asser-
tions that he plans to produce
testimony that Miss Bankhea*
bought marijuana, hired lovers
and drank to excess while Mr*.
Cronin was In her employe as a
maid and private secretary.
Back m the courtroom. Moritt
asked that a mistrial be declared
The guard threw open a win- on grounds that his client's ln-
dow and cold air howled through teresta were "lrreyocablv oreiu-
the room diced" because Miss Bankhead
"I asked that the window be was "running" a trial of[herown.
pyour"chin"up.darUng..,1hey. opene'd.^Mlss'Bankheadboomed. JudgeSterens denied Morittl
Taliulah," theV shouted repeat-,"But I don't want to get pneu-,motion
"darling."
ing the word
has become Miss Bankhead's
theatrical trademark.
"You have all the Giant fan
behind you." shouted one.
"Oh. good." replied Miss Bank-
head, an ardent New York Giant
fan. "But I am worried
which monla." Moritt spent the morning ses-
A portly guard with an Irlah sion In a cross-examination of
brogu told her: -State witness Benjamin NadeL
"My dear lady, if not what Miss Bankhead accountant for
you want around here
Tallulah whirled on him
"It is what I want!" she shout-,
about'ed.
At that point reporters
10 years.
Nadel said her total expense
In 1048 were $34,845*
, Moritt tried to find out how
were', mueh the actress deducted for 11-
KJNGSTON. Jamaica. Dec. 13
(UP)A doctor and two nurses
from Uruguay arrived here to-
malea by the World Health Or- of "incidental expense checks iStankymmww in* lp ^ ** w reportwt uter she was included m a general cxpea-
genMtlon to connection with signed by Mis Bankhead Cardinal! Tuesday as player ^n ^^^ the w,tne.diture and was not listed aepnr-
WW. anU-tuberculoal ^ JJK^W'"Zkli .ssttrt r rnldc, rtto. nokin, ater,.
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Walter Winehe
In New York
Labor News
And
Comment
By Victo Rteatl
NEW YORK No story of
the mobs will be complete
without the saga of my seafar-
ing friend who has, without
bravado, sent word to the bums
that they'll get "the deep six"
If they push him and his union
sailors around. ,
A husky man he is, this
sea-going Paul Hall, who
wants no trouble nor mock
heroism, for he knows the
pain of lying for months
in a hospital bed, slowly
mending legs and body
bones broken in twenty
places by goons who once
trapped him. But the word
is "the deep six" in the
sailors' jargon, a warning
that a sixfoot plot awaits
the torpedo who gets tough.
No idle talk, all this. For Paul
"Hey, Why Can't We Build a Br
tHUMDAT, DECEMBE* It,
MAN ABOUT TOWN
The C. Gable divorce A-bomb will go off in April .../senary
Scott, the star, and a 5th Ave. hotel photon slugged It out....
Novelist Merle Miller, formerly at Time, and the ex Eleanor Green
(of Farrar-Straus, the publishers1 have parted .Alfred Hitch-
cock's dghtr Pat becomes a Boston bride Jan. 17 Mickey Rooney's
chums suspect his next will be actress Virginia DeLuce, when
bis marital status clears.. .Breads Frasier's stepon (H. Pierpont
Perry) and Norma Ferguson are a merger tip f-r the near future
...They say the Artie Shaw-Doris Dowling romance was Inter-
rupted by Ph.illy\ Jack Sullivan, an old flam? .Hedv Lamarr's
groom sent her an ultimatum about a former beau's bokays...
Mrs. John Huston made the reconciliation complete by sailing
with him...At La Vie En Rose the other night Pearl Bailey was Hall's AFL Seafarers' Union has
chanting "My Bill." Sobs punctuated the sone. from a table in just set up headquarters in the
the rear. At which Eleanor (Mrs. Billy Rose) Holm sat. heart of the old Brooklyn sec-
----------- Ition where the crime syndl-
The Washington Ticker: 8en. George (Georgia) will ignite cate's toughest directors Joe
the next big Capitol probe: ECA funds abroud, etc Started with Adonis and Albert Anastasia
the Austrian revelations.. Truman's reluctance to run again is once recruited their "trooDs"
getting a big play...Frank Nathan, named In trtti Caudle scan- | Those were the 250 to son
tiol. is better known around mldtown B'way an "Froy".. .Ambas- man atron arm marls ,hiT
eador ODwyer assured intimates he has no Intention of testify- for vearsl ismXJfiS J1*2?'
tag In the Murder. Inc.. matter. "Since Stailn.' the new book, ^i,n ^-t-nJl rf I
is clicking with gov't execs.. A Senator whose vite was listed as d waterfront and garment
netting one of those mink coats at the Waldorf the other night. It was titled- "Ethics and Prln- |tnroughout the nation on spe-
clples in Government'...A top White Houser not Vaughan) will |Clal J0Ds ior other crime dl-
bf involved in the income tax mess. Investigators have letters 'rectors In cities as far as Los
isigned by him) requesting leniency for fired Delaney in that Angeles.
Massachusetts tax fraud. Is the hub of this district,
made famous by a thousand
movie and theatrical scripts,
Paul Hall and his colleagues
have set up their new head-
quarters.
Were it just that alone, this
million-dollar piece of ultra-
modern masonry Still would be
a national story, but this Is
more than defiance of the
hard men who have made rfh
area notorious across the world,
synonymous with violence every-
where.
For the
George 8. Kauman's dghtr Anne, estranged from her hus-
band, rates actor David Orrlck high on the Off of consolers...
Philip Coolldge, last seen In "Athens," Is purrnlttg "Paint Your
Wagon" dsneer "Gem" DeLsppe 20th Centurv' Robert Patten
and Brazilian beaut Maju Scares of The Latin 0 are yes, inrlrr-tv
.. Kathryn Grayson's blues over the divorce from thrush J.
Johnston have disappeared. His name is J. Lee Mahin... Gloria
Brooks and thesp hermit Keglev looks like!.. Ditto horeograp?
hei John Butler and hit leading ballerina Muriel Bentley.. Judy
Gsrland got another shock the other day when a medico sent his
bill: $5,000 Doris Sands of the Gilded Cage cnspmble and Billy
Walker, Ty Cobb's nephew, are an every nitem.. The FDR. Jr's.,
image is due any stork... Dr. Gibson, released from charges that
he killed a patient, will sue a local gasette for $100,000.
^wv WSIWTON
MEW-GO-RIMD
r o.iw a..a.
Bernard M. Borracho
By BOB RUARK

DreW rS?" W ******* *" GruMwald co
well; Wields powerful Influence with government high,
ups; Senators strangely reluctant to investigate five
percenter. '
<-Anr?rr.lSHIN?TON Henry Qrunewald, king of the five n*r
?nMr? has known more hnportant people fixed mor. lntoSSM
tin, toan^niSft'' *" Up\ Ut f ** "MS UMU Sit
y ~Tjnwn WPtt anyone else in Washington recent-1
inn- Vas nad ^s tin*tr ta *& rt* of government nle. .1 frn-l
?0me-a?M and war 8UrP,U8 to allen property n Hefena. 2*1
tracts Yet no one knows much about htm arense con.l
Almost two years ago, this columnist learned that nrnn,.i.il
Me^nenS9M0R ^^ Urted by' consulting the
**&&SttS9&t&*&&***but *** ph0B-
h8i&-.1fant,y- ne!*ter. turned out to be ihe same Ed Marti
tv-Aiit0Lne/.NLttrUn' when queried about Qrunewald tmskia*i
^^He^zTcXibspace from BSftapa
uayrou!*'* dmi0ped * ****'' was actually on Orunewald's
ORUNEWALD'S MISTER* 8DIT1
At2S*dJSMJ.htt Orunewald occupied a evite en the fourth
SSff thfe t.hu1teWaVh.1nngotfC,f,ceHOteL ^A^^SJftS^
Wo,SSV^^^\na^ und * * **
th.tQhUee^d^ruPn^idtahaWc'e' Sff& T&StSffSf
fh.8lnSte,d^corndd.*" 0ruMwft,d murt h"e W^e'hSn,,
' A tip from a hotel bellboy developed the fact that nnm.
. 2,,,ch.,?,aa a free Pender around the hotel, probably snend.
tag more than a government salary permitted. He had beensn
The fabulous Egyptian oil deal recently concluded In Cairo For_, the, ,man anywhere, be NEW YORK.It 1; no secret that Bernard M. grasping its 82nd year, supports prohibition and m rurt,her research developed that Qrunewald had manv ad
and Paris by Glenn McCarthy of Houston. Texas and Johnny J >ndi;trl-ltet or working Joe,;Baruch the wise old owl, has bren on a Secret then turns Into what la obviously a"common wiT,9 '? *ddl<>n *> ^ Munsey-building pi one number Znd
Meyers was masterminded by Washington attorney Col J H !who thinks ln terms of the slg- st"*e 'r me three months. country bootlegger ""uaiy a common Washington Hotel headquarters. u Dn Ma
Baruch, who has more millions than you or I As'hia daughter Renee and I cried ln unison-
especially meIs mad at meat prices. He will "Fie. sir! For shame!" unison.
Rosenbaum, formerly an oftlcer with O.8.8. .Tlv- deal was orl- Iniflcance of the newest labor
Klnated with the Hoffman Bank of Zurich. Switzerland, clients Itrends, this building marks a
of the Colonel, who will retain a 49% interest ln the new com- turn-off point In the route of
pany...For bringing McCarthy into the deal. Meyers will rate a
substantial piece of the Texan's 51% ..The whole thing, how-
ever, hangs on the outcome of the tense At.glo-Egyptian crisis
and can be consummated only If peace prevails. Standard Oil Is
involved, too. because of their enormous drilling equipment there
a portable small sized city
The United Artists-L. B. Mayer aeal is ret irded. Must be
straightened out with the Dept. of Justice and Securities and
Exchange Commissionover what stock Mayer still holds in MOM
.. Janet Bayre, he Sugar Hill dancer, wlU wear golden slippers.
Tiie gift of Joe Louis. Three pairs once owned by Japanese Prin-
cess YosWds.. JasWh Copln, freed ln the Russian spy Gublt-
** ** ' tudMiit for a law degree ...Brenca Frailer is in
Miami Beach unlaxlng from the Stork-Moroeco bnsybodies. The
i 1*. Byer *re celebrating their 18th am, y. A slap at cynics
who think movie mergers are fragile.. The D. Sewells (he's Tsl-
Iuiah's barrister) will be three shortly Mrs. Sewell was Eugenia
Rawls of the stsge... Alison Prescott, the post deb look-alike of
Elisabeth Taylor, weds wealthy Texan Cralg Culinan on the 15th
Harold (New Yorker mag) Ross assured his estranged wife
wat ne was completely well In Sept. That's why sh- took the court
action against him for support.
Waterfront chief J. P. Ryan has a damaged eye. Insiders say
J ;SSa "F! trong-armer's slugging during the strike.. Shel-
ley Winters' studio execs suggested she drop her new Italian crush
his wire has no sensayuma.. Ed Cunningham, once Yank's ace
frontline correspondent, and Jo McLaughlin were united at St. ,
ratrick s. Eva Gabor's current favorite Is wealthy Jack Sea-
brook. Signe Hasso, the Star of "Glad Tiding-." And Wm. Lang- '
lord are completely fone.. Bob Chrlstenberry. Jr., Is mendinr
rapidly at Vanderbllt U. Hosp following the accidental shootinr
Fi5ZinK RUS81n Roulette. The Ronev-Plasa's farewell affair for
1500 top hotel people is the talk of the industry. Class all the way
..rtna..R,,e at the 5 'clork and the Vagabonds ai the Carlo
fV"*1" crowd-getters ..Florida hotels know that hundreds
of Feds are In the state to bag gamblers In sn'tes Gloria War-
ner (the column's Miami sehoolteacher-canary) gets her first
bieak on ABC Dec. 22.
Which outdate even the civil
War ln spots, line up to din-
ner time, the union restaurant
feeds the area.
history.
Had you been there on a cer-
tain afternoon last week, you
would have passed a symbol of
all this In a comely young
mother breastfeeding her baby
in the building's marble lobby
there at 874 Fourth Ave., a
street and a half off the famed
Brooklyn waterfront.
No one was startled over the
fact that, to this Puerto Rlcan
lady of the neighborhood, the
lobby appeared to be her front
porch.
That's what the Seafarers'
International Union wanted
these neighborhood folk to feel.
A step inside the lobby
was a new 239-seat cafe-
teria serving all comers .
union members and local
families top cut meats
and first quality foods at
the country's lowest prices.
I picked up the check for
three of us, but it was no
mnqnanlmous gesture. The
tab came to $1.25. Virginia
flam was 30 cents. Turkey on
rye ran you 40 cents. And if
you carried a Sailor's Union
card, the cashier slashed
even these prices 5 per-
cent.
From 7 a. m., when the
not buy meat, nor allow It to be served ln his I have known Mister Bernie for quite a Spell
KL a .. .. and am not unaware of his fa Jlti.
Flshjrou get, and fowl you get. but steaks, no, He la still a veritable devil with the girl* and
I suspect even hla most secret thoughts are no
and lamb, no. and pork, no.
JSSmSFSI *?'rTUCh wU1 not-w0r maybe' a**" nobIer ta W mlnd than ln the execution,
notafford meat, I reckon we have come to a I know him to be completely without Drobitv
SndlW ffiUgh ,hn,Mr)ke &AS t0^tn, when ? d""lbes his ability at iSSSafB.
fn.oiifSLWiS 1iei0HU,ld lTat the c2st. i and x know- for 8ufe- he ch"t3 at canasta.
wonirin.i^nl'.H-^ W hia "'' pow" and Ju,t ?e shamelessly bete the horses, thereby con-
r. ? h ?U. mti. ^ ^ # .. tributtag to organlied crime, and once described
thf S 2. u fhtt D MLly about-the future of himself aa nothing but a nay speculator ln the
the nation is tthat Baruch may be accused of market.
!hpUfactUri1^ ** own wW8ky The acU m He wU1 .make a !** ou burn his feet and
threaten him with the Chinese torture of a thou-
rSJ2*7* has another ollllonalre on her list He Is Robert
fletcher. Its an heir for the Cameron Mitchells of "Death of a
Salesman Jim Symington and Plfl Ford are a duet again
Dorothy Pinto of the Girl Shows is back from Britain. Rich Archie
523* S"S2? n 5 we Lo"' *' be on the
staff of Int'l Boxing Club when he returns- at 8.000 per an!
KlSL-itiHf' ac0.Bni at the ** Oloria Swanson's ex-
husband (Bill Dim) just sent the Runyon Fund another $62,200.
f-arlier we received $150,000. Total: $212,200.. From the best-sel
let. "The Communist Trail in Amerlea: "Wlnchell was a formU
d?'ienT.y The. Co,T1mnnlte "as furious over his success In
pointing his accusing finger at them and were determined to
punish him appropriately.3 rminea ra
Recently, in the shootlnf establUhment he sand cute, and he will tell vou evervthine that",
maintains in South Carollnl, rome 20 barrels of wrong with the world erytning that;
fSSSSS^hff ere. dl8C""r<", 5. Prec"8,of But "ho can listen' to Baruch now-now that
fermentation by the loca law The buddlna he has been shown not only to be a bootlegger
booze was located practically in the backyard o but a semi-vegetarian bootlegger at that? Bad
Little Hobcaw, where Mr B.'ii pretty qualf Uve. how the mighty are fallen. '
The law came and Impounded the 'shine,' and It is no good his arguing to me that the land
Baruch, according to his nursi, Elizabeth Nava- belongs to his nurse or that Santa Claul or a
rr0NOPJtheoTd ,nt"Mt n the impounding good fairy left 20 barrel, o sou" mash In hi.
Now that is pretty damning evidence, It seems back yard
S, me.aand i8 """t^tlated b> his track record Miss Navarro denies ownership of the land.
ffSr ..- ^ .. Neither 8anta Claus nor good' fairy can hustle
If the senior statesman cannot afford meat, up 20 barrels of booze on short notice
fwhinnPrtVhJiS!? nrt hV",e nlgh,tly oId- Thls tak" know-how and carefui scheming,
m&ffllSS1*^* n0t' w,th the new taxeaon and careful stockpiling of cooper worm-geared'
Who ran m- t , t sugar, and special kettlesall the stuff that this
elder bootlegger? "
-AftW a, they found 20 barrel* of burgeoning He tells the world to stockpile vital materials,
corn on his premises. If it were vou or me, we'd and he is laying in a vast lf\rt of heavy lngre-
l'? v ^ ^ d,e"u ior illecal boose I tell you truly It Is hard
Wi?a.t.,Drea.ks my heart Is the fact that when to trust anybody any more.
prohibition, that dreadful curse first came Into Baruch's favorite statement wnich he started
SSfcJ?ni ofvthe loud applauders was the old using on President Wilson and har not abandon-
KS m.an; Xou ,w?,uld, have nought be was ed since, is: "What are the faete?" I hang him
blood-kin to Carrie Nation. with his own slogan.
A-iS. flnd pn research that this obviously "What are the facts Baruch? How did the
spurious morality stemmed from the time, when booze get ln your own back vara?" And ha re-
decades ago Bernie got really loaded off cham-
pagney. wine and doggone near riled.
He gets sozzled only once, ln a life that is
THIS IS YQUS SQBUM THI KIADIRS OWN COLUMN
THE MAIL BOX
T.K* ***" *" " ,M" ,8,um * '' Th. Panama Amar-
kan Litara o,. nch-W ,wMlry ond" .r. h.nrflad m wh.ll, "a"-
I rontr.but. a int.. don t b. Impatlant It ft doa.nl o.paai tha
MS* ay. Lattara ra p.bl.ikad I. th. i 1Y.d. '" *
Plaoa try to ktap tha tartars limit.* to m do., i.-th
htaMS. rf l^ta, H,n h bal. IS rUut HEtS?
5 MuorBan be moved back
S onn?gh ,or ca" t be Prk-
fn. ** concrete of the exlst-
2!,-.bu* un"*ed. handball and
PUSH BACK THAT FENCE,
PLEASE
Mall Box Editor
Dear Bit:
HiS Sltt&L. thU,1*tr' * t"nUcorte?
^UUlesatthe Hete, washing- Wend ffi&J SSriPS &!.*&&,
With the dry season coming'
on the situation will worsen. Very truly yours
_Whyeouldn't the fenee St^ Anizhe!? Customer.
For the hunery there is no
charae. Over ThnnVsgivlng, 100
families and a OI, who was
slowly starving on the streets
were fed free.
Across the hall is the Port
O Call bar. inside the prow of
a ship, tapering off Into a
huge 800-pound figurehead, mo-
deled after a museum piece.
_.". the other side, the "Slop
Chest a retail drygoods
store is being hammered to-
gether.
Boon the neighborhood will
be able to drink and eat and
buy Its dry goods cut-rate.
On an upper deck (floor)
U a huge electronic device
which is gangster proof. No.
one need beg for a job. This
Is the modern hiring hall.
A sailor's name goes up in
rotation. A job Is flashed of
a huge floor-to-ceillng. va-
ri-colored glass board. A
number is called. It the see-
Old Man AndYoung Man
By Stewart Alsop

reiteneste'r wfvrJh. Hite"4 at. Wasnlr'8t weawnester, wnere he had two private phone numbers Wnnri
icy 8700 and Sterling 2188 though V usually cJa^irom^
phone booth in the Westchester lobby Wood t me
Lake N* *5,000 hmM ta MUml' "- * Prln8
latt^nioi CimmJ"lone.1; Bo,teh a,i0 had a summer home at the
AZVZoZnl*"''- 0n,neWSld Wned ileet
a.- ^-, 2"PAt0 "KWSTEB'S FRIEND
as we delved deeper Into the wire-tap storv. we learned that.
Orunewald had the Kabit of vlalting Senator Brewster once or
twice a week and that they called each Xr by first nS2s
* nZ?~*!.SOi?!eTe. aDle to.Prove that Brewster oatd the expenses
RJS2?ne ualdi* wlre-tapplng friend. Lt. Joe Shimon of the Wuh-
nrtePf.,,,ceJrie' " hr.was hatening in on Howard Hughes'
private telephone conversations
w., SENATE FEEBLE PROBE
n. -!8jlwhllev8?nator Neely appointed Senator Claude Pepper
2,o m a*!' M firman of a 8^bcommlttee to probe the Ofune-
wald-Shimon-Brewster wire-tapping. JI
o..B,dt ,when this column placed the evidence before Senator
Pepper Including Grunewald's activities, Pepper remarked:
"Is Henry mixed up in this?" B
v..ti?.rntiy.lh?*,i' pePP,erjteemed to lose Interest ln the In-
yestleation and took a round-the-world trip with Senator Brews.
r, the man he was supposed to investigate.
h. ??"JlS,,e"I.SH?0''*^ f0011* Orunawsld was heightened
liquor%e* d Up ,n wclc-mrkst
rr,,r!hii.h.,ld b2?1? h^Mtlgated by the Alcohol Tax Unit, but
Orunewald'a part In it was never made nubile
o. ... ... *MNY H, ?mi ?.tn.Lf,CTI,l5, the Alcohol Tax Unit la under the direct con-
trol of the Internal Revenue Bureau.
nr,,A.n.?Hn.lle ST*!!}! 5* to \hY nothing had been done about
Orunewald and his black market case revealed the interesting
fact that he was a bosom friend of three key men ln the Internal
Reyenue Bureau.
w..t 5?*#5SS .wi* he S frIend ?' Deputy Commissioner Bollen,
ChaH. oiT hatn*r 8ehoen*m,in and ^neral Counsei
Both Schoeneman and Ollphant had spent vacations at
Orunewald's swank home at Miami Beach.
Schoeneman also dropped around for spaghetti dinners at
fuses to answer on the ground that lt might orunaS-. .n.r?.,,Vr?pp.e,d aoun tend to Incriminate and degrade him Tsk tek "J*.4^* fP*1!??'"1 '." th* Westchester.
and tek again. "' "K> hrJn?n* 2S*PB! ab2ut hl" friendship with Orunewald
brought forth scant Information
"He is a friend of the family Ollphant explained.
'is he also a friend of the family of Schoeneman and Bollch?"
OliDhant admitted that all three knew him. that Schoeneman
and himself had visited Orunewald's Miami home
. "Did you know that Orunewald was investigated by the Al-
cohol Tax Unit in connection with a black market cate? Did
vou know Orunewald had A reputation around town for fixing
D CB0c87
/
Samuel Smug!
asaaei HSaug la smart, us trae.
If vea were is vee weoM M teoi
Oasa east arwar. riae gooe kaya.
te eeret la to advertise!
TEHERANWe shall have to be very lucky ln- aloofness (in aharp contrast to his predecessor
di , the view of the best men here, If this who apparently went in heavily for ooty-foty
absolutely vital country is w.t in Soviet hands with Mossadegh) y y
before another twelve month are out. As a practical matter an American attemot to
No amount of luck will prevent this happening unseat Mossadegh this late in the day would
if Anglo-American policy hen. as ln the past, simply strengthen the Mossadegh regime Yet
consists of a blend of wishful thinking and this does not mean that tlie United Statae la
"tPa* m wboily Powerless ln this situation
it is time to face the realities however un- Any Iranian government in power In the near
palatable. Leaving aside the Inrane complications future, whether Mossadegh's or another's is go-
of Iran an politics the bedrock realities may be mg to require an American rejeup party of some
i?. v. Il8_ted M 'O'lowa: sort to escape simple :lnancia: alslntegratlon
First the Anglo Iranian Oil Company la simply On this point the American and British emb'as-
not going to regain its former position here. The sis, In a recent iolnt paper despatched to Wash-
power does not exist, either In Iran or outside lt, lngton and London, were In aRreement. It was
o put the Anglo-Iranian humptv dumpty back also agreed that the moment of economic col-
mu. j- hiP"*;. expected now ln about three months or
This does not mean that a settlement which *o, should give the well-organlied Communist
will get Iranian oil flowing In the direction of uadergrouna here Its supreme opportunity
Britain cannot Ultimately be reached. Mossadegh u ccuntlng on precisely this'pros-
Indeed, if the American government and the Pct to gain him American support without any
American oil concerns stand firm there will oil settlement at all.
Imply be no other directionexceot possibly Moaaaoegh clearly expects thai the American
Russiain which the oil can llow aovernmeni will oegln leaching nervously forthe
Yet any sort of reasonable settlement la out of iheckbook as soon as the danger of a Commun-
the question as long as the aged Mohammed Mot- un takeover becomes sufficiently clear and nrs-
sadegh is Prime Minister of Iran atnt. ~"** ""** "'
Nine months oi so,called negotiations should Mottadegh la a great deal shrewder than he
have been enougn to drive this point home even iopka. Yet there It another v*ry important Diets
to the more wistful spirits In the State Depart- of the insane Iranian yutgle which must sito be
can force him to "borrow"
T. ft loUars for five. 'meat. The fact might as well be recognised, taken tato account""tlsaTE'thV"DWe7and"ootiT
At the touch of a switch, the moreover, that for the present Mossadegh U firm- tlon of the Shan.
uge board recedes, quietly ly .ln the Iranian saddle. The young Snah lt a sort at Middle Eastern
Anything can happen ln Iran and lt Is con- Hamlet, torn between a deiiie to emulate his
celvable that Mossadegh might be hurled Into powerful, ferocious fsther, Resa Shah Pshlevl
outer darkness tomorrow. and the Swiss bourgeois ideals wnich he iserntd
Yet both the British and t.^e Americans now in his youth, anu which are lnrularlv taaonro.
lack the means to do the hurling prlate in thU singularly unlcltallttle country
it is symptomaUc that when the ancient for- it no great aecret that the hah lt faTfrom
S!r..? Identified as the leading British candidate for hinted an intention to limit the Shah's oowers\
the Premiership, he shortly fewards announc- Yet at least in his gwn view the fhah U prt-
ed his intention of golnt abroad for hU health." sently poweriest to aviv at-.ilnst Mossadegh. He
electronically. The counters fold
up.
tJw? tbor' a motlon P'cture
or J^nl1rmfM J1 m0Tle nht.
L..nf of the ,ew celling TV
projectors In existence flashes
esme^-,lBht'0rrl*ht ball
nt Kp,clid .up ,rom th field
pf a bunch of "Bums" they all
i&Jt * .hborhood is
Cepyrlght INI Pott-Ball
Syndicate Inc.)
To both questions. Ollphant replied- "No"
"what is Orunewsld's business?*7 .
"I have no idea." shrugged Ollphant.
ft wat suggested to Ollphant that It seemed Strange for a
man ir. hit position to accept the hospitality of a man without
ven knowing hit business. He made no comment
"The Dutchman" is alto a caller at the office Of Vice Presi-
dent Berkley and twice has tumod up at dlnnert with Jets LAr-
Sn, former Head of the War Assets Administration now has-
General Services.
In each case. Larson Mid he wm Invited to rordham tral-
yerslty dinners by Orunewald's lawyer Ed Martin When he got
to the dinner; Orunewald wm o-nspi.-uoutlv present and even
sat next to him.
Larson said he found the rumor wm spreading that Orune-
wald wm the best intermediary to handle surpliuproperty deals
so he turned down an invitation to golf with him and a "group
of senatora/' and tried to steer clear of Orunewis in the fuWe.
After the Dutchman learned tha* I was investigating him,
he started an InvMtlgation of me. ^^
I am still waiting to tee what, it anything he turned up.
J^onf dt//c/ous/y fresfi,
crisp green beans?
British support which wm once the essential may be right In believing tat for thi present :
. ?.'. *"?: a'W *1"e,,n h#r u now al* V Mtm to run counter to the wavs of hystertesi
mott literslly the kiss of desth Iranian nationalism, ef whiiTi Mottadegh u^the
At for the Americant able Ambaswdor Loy symbol, would risk hit crown andwoKblv tat
Henderson bu adopted an attitude of correct fife. prooaoiy ms
kH!
W.shMl, rsswdy te
teetvetff
r French style.
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Flying Tackle
BY MERRILL BLOSSER
TRAINED SEAL-AU it took
was a rubber ball and a painted
eye to make this distorted po-
talo jnto a copy of the circus !
seal. The freakish potato was!
grown by Jan Fardell in hi,'
Seattle, Wash., garden.
Plenty Of Trouble
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low. tufted
plant
Aesthetic
dance
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13 Individual
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' 16 Japanese
outcast
' 17 Collection of
sayings
18 Old-womanish
19 Delirium
tremens (ab.)
20 French island
21 "Pelican
State" (ab.)
22 Let fall
25 Son of Adam
(Bib.)
27 Capuchin
monkey
28 Accomplish
nSyie'Ml for
radon
SOAssr.m
silkworm
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38 Apex
40 Abstract
beings
45 Fourth
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bird
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falsehood
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81 Drunken
carousals
VERTICAL
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olives
3 In its proper
place (ab.)
4 Caterpillar
hair
5 Window part
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iridium
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utensil
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10 Light brown
Answer to Previous Puzzle
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I often wonder why people do
it. A bridge player will know in'
advance that a certain play can-
not possibly work, but he'll try
It anyway. Why doesn't he try
something else?
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BALLSTON SPA. N. Y. (UP)
Troubles piled up on Donald
Bentley, 25. First, his Jalopy
broke down. Then it caught fire
while being pushed. He was ar-;*LI'E' '
rested by the fire chief, who also
Is deputy sheriff, on three traffic |
charges and was sent to Jail for
30 days when unable to pay a $60
fine.
Holy CATS.'
MRS.CLABBERS'' ANC
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ple. South shouldn't have been
playing the hand to begin with.
North would have had an easy
time with a contract of three no-
trump, or even with -five dia- bound to lose. The right play is
monds. The actual contract of to take the ace of trumps at the
i'our hearts was the least desira- third trick, after the first two
ble of the possible game contracts spade tricks have been played,
but it should have been made. Then South leads a low trump
West opened the Jack of from his hand In the hope that |
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23 Rowing
implements
24 Measure of
capacity
25 Arabian gulf
26 Adriatic wind
31 Hinted
32 Diner
11 Mountain pass 33 Type of bomb
12 Pertaining to 35 Iroquoian
the nose Indians
39 Cougar
40 Gaelic
11 Born
42 Symbol for
thoron
43 Belongs to it
44 Vipers
45 On the
sheltered side
50 Bone
52 Symbol for
ruthenium
spades, and declarer finessed
dummy's queen. This lost to
East's king, much to declarer's
disappointment. Nobodv can
blame South for taking this fin-
esse, and nobodv can be surpris-
ed .at his chagrin when the fin-
esse lost.
West will have to play the
whether he likes It or not.
king
Actually. West would have to
play the king of hearts. That
would leave South m position to
draw East's remaining trump
with the queen of hearts. South
would lose only one trump trick.'
East returned the six of spades and would therefore make his
'to dummy's ace. and declarer contract.
finessed the queen of hearts. This _____________________
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this time South knew in advance |
'that the finesse would lose. He I
knew that West had made a vul- |
;nerable overcall on a Jack-high j
suit: so it was clear that West!
needed all the missing high cards
: to justify his bid.
The result was exactly what
So'ith expected. He lost arsecond
trumn trick to East, and also lost
a trick to the ace of clubs. Down
{one.
Now. there was a way to make
the game contract so there was
I no need for South to grit his teeth
land take a finesse that was
.
Did Yo uSay "Rough"
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BRITISH MINISTER
ENTERTAINS FOR HOUSE-GUEST
The Minister of Great Britain to Panama, Mr. Eric Ar-
thur Cleurh, entertained laat evening; at the Legation with a
buffet-rapper Iven in honor of hit house -fuest, Colonel M.
Gordon-Watson, the British Military Attache in Washington,
D.C., who arrived on Tuesday from the United States.
Colonel Gordon-Watson
Honored at Luncheon K
A luncheon was given yester-
day In honor of Colonel M. Gor-
don-Watson, at the Army-Navy
Club at Fort Amador.
The attending guests Included
the Minister of Great Britain to
Panama, Mr. Eric Arthur Cleugh;
Mr. Murray Wise, Acting Charge
d'Affaires and the Counselor of
the United States Embassy; the
Chief of Staff of the United
States Army Caribbean, Brigadier
General Francis A. March; Col.
Moyers S. Shore; Lt. Colonel
James W. BldweU and His Bri-
tannic Majesty's Charge d'Af-
faires. Mr. Alexander H. B. Her-
mann.
Viaitinr Coniressional Party
Make Canal Trip
The visiting Congressional par-
ty were the guests yesterday of
Lt. Governor and Mrs. Herbert
D. Vogel on sight seeing trip of
the Canal. The group Included
the Honorable Samuel W. Yorty
Mid Mr*. Yorty; the Honorable
James F. Lind and Mrs. Llnd;
the Honorable Harold Patten and
Mrs. Patten; the Honorable Wal-
ter M. Mumma; the Honorable
Frank T. Bow and Mrs. Bow and
the Honorable Fred G. Aandahl
and Mrs. Aandahl.
Rochester, New York, former
"old-timer" resident of the Ca-
nal Zone is expected to arrive
within the next few days to spend
the Christmas holiday season
with her son and daughter-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kirk-
pa trick of Cristobal.
Wainios Receive Christmas Gift
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Wainio
of San Francisco de la Caleta,
announce the arrival of a baby
daughter, Kathleen 8elma, on
Tuesday. December 11 at the
Oorgas Hospital.
Mr. Wainio Is the son of Mrs.
Selma Wainio of Cristobal and
his wife, the former Anne Tor-
bert. Is the daughter of Mrs. Ma-
ria Torbert.
American Legion Activities
The American Legion Auxiliary
No. 1, held their Christmas party
Tuesday evening at the club at
Amador. Entertainment Included
a gift exchange, movies, games
and the singing of carols. Each
member Is sponsoring one child
member of the Mission School In
El Valle, as a Christmas project
and is providing gifts of necessi-
ties and toys.
The American Legion Club will
hold its regular Friday evening
dance for members and their
guests. A string trio will play for
dancing, v.
Mexican Ambassador
Vacationing In Mexico City
Mr. Eduardo Morillo Safa, the
Ambassador of Mexico to Pana-
ma, left Sunday by plane for a
vacation of several weeks In Mex-
ico City. _
Wife of Guatemalan Minister
Vacationing in Coba
The wife of the Minister of
Guatemala to Panama, Mrs. Os-
car Benltez Bone, Is in Havana,
Cuba for a short vacation to be
spent there.
Ambassador Returns from Visit
Col. Julio A. Lopez Munlz. the
Ambassador of Argentina to Pan-
ama, has returned to the Isth-
mus from a visit to Buenos Aires.
Meeting of C'.Z. Art League
Sunday
The last meeting of the year
for the members of the Canal
Zone Art League will be held on
Sunday afternoon at three o'clock
at the Jewish Welfare Board
Center in Balboa. Election of of-
ficers for 1952 will be held and
plans will be made for the com-
ing year. Prospective members
are Invited.
Visitors Return to Peru
Mr. and Mrs. Jose Chopitea,
accompanied by their two daugh-
ters, left Monday by plane to re-
turn to their home in Lima. Pe-
ru. They were visitors On the
Isthmus and during that time
were goests at the Hotel El Pan-
ama. m
I Wives Meet for Luncheon
itors Wives Luncheon
vesterday at 12:30 p.ni
In the talon de las Americas of
the Hfltel El Panama for their
monthly meeting. Covers were
laid for seventy.
New Arrivals, a Isthmus
Dr. and Mrs. N. M. Newport,
with their two children and Mrs.
Newport's mother, arrived on the
Isthmus Monday from New York.
Dr. Newport will be on the staff
at the Gorgas Hospital.
Lades Auxiliary
Meets for Luncheon
The Ladles Auxiliary of the A.
A. Group of Fort Clayton met
vestardy at 12:30 p.m. for a
luncheon In the Bella Vista Room
of the Hotel El Panama. Covers
were laid for forty guests.
Damas Guadalupanas
Meet for Luncheon
Las Damas Guadalupanas met
vesterdlay In the Balboa Dining
Room of the Hotel El Panama for
a luncheon meeting. Covers were
laid for fifty guests.
IAWC Christmas Party
is Today
The Hospitality Committee of
the Inter American Women's
Club Is in charge of arrange-
ments for the Christmas party
that will be given from four to six
this afternoon at the club's head-
quarters for all club members.
Thrift Shop to
Close Temporarily
The Fort Clayton Thrift Shop
will be dosed for the Christmas
holidays, from Thursday. Dec. 20
through Wednesday. Jan. 2 and
will reopen for business on
Thursday. January 3
Those customers who have
merchandise on "lay-away" ac-
counts are requested to come for
It before the twentieth of Dec.
The "Barn Dance" sponsored
by the American Legion Club will
meet Saturday at 8:00 p.m. at
the club at Fort Amador. The An-
cn Promenade Club will give an
exhibition of square dancing. An
added attraction will be the
Rainbow Ramblers. No admission
charge will be made.
RUTH MILLETT Says
There's no peace at home If
Children have never been
taught that "No" doesn't mean
"Maybe" or even "Yes" If they
throw a tantrum.
A wife stores up the day's
small frustrations to unload on
the husband as soon as he gets
home at night, Instead of stor-
ing up cheerful and funny little
Incidents to share with him.
A husband takes out his office
annoyances on his family, hunt-
ing for things to find fault with
at home whenever things didn't
go well at the office.
A family is living so far beyond
Its means that the comfort and
enjoyment they get out of the
things they buy isn't enough to
make up fpr the worry over how
they are going to be paid for.
Children are allowed to get In-
to the habit of almost constant
quarreling and bickering and are
forever tattling on each other.
Father doesn't want to be
bothered with the children and
expects Mama not only to take
full charge of them, but to keep
them from annoying him.
Mom doesn't know how to re-
lax and can always think up odd
900 Negro Children!
Escape School Blaze j
COLUMBIA,S.C,Dec. 13 (UP)
Fire destroyed a Negro elemen-
tary school building here today
but school officials said the 900
students In the school were safely
evacuated.
Fire Chief Archie Marsh said
the fire started In the school's
supply room and completely de-
stroyed the old two-story struc-
ture.
C. W. Madden, principal of the
school, said the students were
evacuated in orderly fashion. He
said fire drill practices during
fire prevention week recently
probably helped save the lives of
many youngsters.
Iobs for the members of the fam-
ly who do.
Husband and wife get Into
violent arguments In front of the
children.
Members of the family take
in low-rating each other, instead
of taking pride in each other.
One parent correcto a child I
and the other parent Interferes.
Mrs. Nash is Recuperating
at Gorgas
Mrs. Milton Lee Nash of Ga-
tun. is recuperating In the Gorgas
Hospital after an operation per-
formed earlier this week.
Mrs. Edith B. Klrkpatriek
to Visit Isthmus
Mrs. Edith B. Klrkpatriek of
Gamboa Plans
Community Christmas Party
A community Christmas party
sponsored by the-Gamboa Wom-
en's Club and w Civic Council
Is scheduled fcYfiatttrday at 7:00
p.m. at the GtrrflWa Civic Cen-
ter.
The program will be made up
of local talent and will Include
dance routines, songs and carols.
Santa Claus will be one of the
main attractions.
All children In the community
are Invited to attend. Those
wishing to contribute to the com-
munity's needy may bring a can
of food and leave it hi the box
provided at the door of the Civic
Center.
Dental Society
to Meet Tomorrow
The Panama Canal Dental So-
ciety will hold a short business
meeting tomorrow evening at
seven thirty o'clock at the Army-
Navy Club at Fort Amador. Wives
of members are invited to attend
and enjoy dancing after the
meeting.
V.F.W. Bingo Tonight
Bingo, sponsored by the V.F.
W. Ladles Auxiliary, will be play-
ed this evening at seven forty
five at the home on Curundu
Road. Prizes will be awarded.
Can't Sleep Well?
Drink cup of P06TUM preparad
with hot water or milk before you
go to bed and you'll sleep like a
baby! POSTUM doea not contain
caffein! Get POSTUM today
and enjoy a reatnil sleep!
Jl
FROM MIAMI!
Dresses, also beautiful
matching shoes and
handbags.
wnetfe
34th Street Lux Building
Tel. 3-0897
Suddenly, on every hand
...a new and wonderful
nail polish..*
CUTEX%#Afctf,
Mo other nail polish offers *o mack-not even the
aaoat expensive polishes!
Amasinf wesr without peeling or chipping. Alluring,
lasting lustre. Array of fashionable, fadeless shad.
Nevar before a nail polish with so many extras.
Beautiful "dressing table" bottle. Long-handled
"srtiit's" brush for that professional touch la
application.
Ii*j trua, not * xjMiuisw iU polithtt for so
many extrm i Cuta* Nmil Briilianc.. Try H UtJmy!
The WcrWt Mot PopuUr Nail Polish
wonderful
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The Army and Marines have borne the brunt of battle casualties
In Korea. The Newschart above shows total casualties of all kinds
killed, wounded, missing and capturedas the Defense Depart-
ment announced total Korea casualties have passed the 100,000
mark. As of now, the Korea war ranks as the fourth most expensive
conflict in history. Only the Civil War and the two World Wars
took a greater toll of casualties.________________
f YOU MUST GET READY FOR
{ CHRISTMAS m TIME
4 WE SELL ONLY FIRST QUALITY MERCHANDISE
If yen belong to the Armed Forces or if you have a steady job
come to oar store and you may choose your own credit terms.
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SPECIAL DISCOUNT FOR
FREE ENTRY
WE HAVE RECEIVED
$10,000.00's WORTH OF
BEAUTIFUL LINOLEUM
FROM PABCO



SIMMONS SPRINGS tr MATTRESSES
Open evenings until 9:00 p.m. until Christmas.
The Store Where Ion Will Find the Largest Assortment of Glass and Linoleum.
86 CENTRAL AVENUE TELEPHONE 2-2465
"Leaders in the Furniture business since 1909"
I
A word to the Wives andGirlfriend
GIFTS LIKE THESE
* SELF-WIND WATCH
* ASTER $55.50
The watch that needs no wind- i
ing. Sweep-second hand aaW ex-
pansion bracelet.
10K gold initial set black
onyx, mounted in 10K gotd.
Be sure to use your
Xmas Dollar now.
Avoid the rush.
Reg. Trade Mark
$fc4%#fc#fc#*s*fc#iA
TAKES ONLY A JIFFY TO OPEN A CHAME ACCOUNT
YOU SAY THE WAY YOU WANT TO PAY
Shop NOW in air-conditioned comfort!
TAHITI
THE JEWEIKY STORE
117 Open until Christmas 'till 9:00 p.m.
fveryboy feads Qs&sifie*
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WITH THE WONDER FEATURE OF THE YEAR -
HYDRAGUIDE
HYDRAULIC POWER PROVIDES FOUR-FIFTHS OF THE
STEERING ENERGY. YOU CAN PARK THIS CAR WITH
ONEFINGER.
ON DISPLAY ALL THIS WEEK '
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Colon
Panama (Across from "El Rancho* Garden)
AGENCIAS PAN-AMERICANAS
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THURSDAY. DECEMBER 1*. 1951

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b Wi lit Street
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Municipal Association Asks
More Cash For Civil Defense
12 words
Minimam for
3c. each additional
word.
JOSKO DE I EMITS
BOTICA CARLTON
s as*
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
Ko. St "H" tttt Ptll*.
No. 12.17 CMMI Art.CtUm
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE
Automobile*
Ma-
Srviee Prsonntl ond
Civilion Government Employ*
P I N A N C I
your ntw Or used cor through
OH SALE:Moytoo Woshing
eh.ne 25 cycle poreelo.n tub. Ko-
a,6-Phono Comb. 23-60 cycle.
chest of drawers <4i light wood.
3 way loor lamp, Ch.na cabinet govhhmiht IMPLOYIS FINANCI
with glass doors, ropero, clothes fi0
cabinet with 2 full length nwror Fort W(Jrth JtxQS
doors, got legged table imopi*/. Irvine. Government Employe ond
S pc. Holiywood bedroom tet Seryi# p,rsonn,| in th# Cino| Zon
lew type. *:ih inner spring mat- fof ,4 yMrJ W(th ^ li usted
large mirror, and stool, ^ bes.de to . S. cover*.'
ARRANGIMINTS CAN K MADE
THROUGH LOCAL AUTOMOBILE
DEALER
gSJII tfr"' IOf I ~f tCUIJ. TTIHI W*#e ruiwi
tress ond co.l springs, vanity with yQur insufanct automotioolly od|
large mirror, and stool, bes.de M y s cov#rta<-
table, ond chest of (41 drowers,
pictures, tobies, chairs, etc. Tools,.
LATHE, electric mctors. point
spray pistol, welding outfit 'gas
Ro:lawoy tool cabinet sew?, wrenches, grinder. ALL iU
BE SOLD VERY CHEAP. 8062.
IIth St. Apt. 16, Colon.
MISCELLANEOUS
RESORTS
WASHINGTON-, Dec. 18 (UP)
The American Municipal As-
sociation demanded today that
Congress put up mor money
i "Immediately" to help the na-
I tlon's cities protect themselves
against possible atomic attack.
In a resolution adopted at
final sessions of Its annual con-
vention, the association ex-
pressed the "grave disappoint-
ment" of city governments over
Xmas Carols*, Tableaux
To Be Heard All Next
Week In QZ. Schools
De yo bar. aVtakbta re*lw?
Wr.t. Alcafcolk Asa
Be. 2031 Arm*.
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Phillip. Oceonb.de cottage. Sonta
Claro. Box 435. Balboa. Phone
Ponomo 3-1877. Crls,tobol J-1673
TOMM ERCIAL & l^e fV'Ure 0 C.,ngrS"1- *f pr0r. Th* 3.K children of the U
V^WIVimcrvV-IMt. %J , for even the "mintoium"\ntt elementary schools ag
PROFESSIONAL
BAIL BONOS:Boil and Gurante* Williams Santa Clare Beach Cottages.
Compony S. A.. No 78 "B" Ave., Two bedroom. Frlgldaires, Rock-
Tel. 2-3078. Box 1352; Colon gas range. Balboa 2-3030.
Agency, Central Avenue 12167.;
Tel. 639.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:Golf Club, H & B
Power Bilt Golf Club used twice
4 Woods. 8 Irons. Costs $173.50.
Sole Price $115.00. Telephone
Bolboa 1665.
FOR SALE: Beet "buy" en Hie
IttlNMs!
150 PLYMOUTH Club Coupe. Brand!
new wh.tewaH tires, radio. clean:
FOS SALE:Cold Spot refrigerator throuflhout, $1,575.00, May be seen
jble bd
Gramllch' Sonto Cloro beach-;
cottage. Electric ic* ooxes. go
stoves, modarota rote. Phona 6-j
441 or 4-567.
Houses ON BEACH Sonta Clora.1
Phone SHRAPNEL Balboa 2820,
or see caretaker there, also house
at CERRO CAMPANA mountain.
FOR RENT:Posey' Seocliff Acres
apartments, under new manage-
ment. Very reasonable. Phone 2-
3307.
BRITISH OVERSEAS AIRWAYS has
for sale the following item of,-
surplus office ond airport equip- HOTEL PANAMERICANO in cool !
i id double
-'<0 after
spring.
5 p. rrt.
Coll 2-'.
FC
:ony time today and tomorrow until
_ j 2 p. m. House 620-B, Cocoli,
cale- __ Zenith rad.o-record!
-ser 25 cycle 78 m. $70. Tel, OR SALE:_S.rle vehlele.: Cr-
---3884 from 7:30-3:30. -.**, Weapon Carrier. I tee
-------- trucki, Jeep, etc. Treneaerte Are-
Mmena-Bria (Bu Line Termine 11
FC SALE:Norge refrigerator
( ':. porcelain inside ond out-, #R vi Btpae,
-'eGoerl freeier. $75. Coll Bo!-; Free* Treek.
b-V 1032.
juit eeit Jmi
ment. which mcy be inspected ot
20 Tivoli Avenue between 2.30
and 5 p. m. doily:1 Under-
wood typewriter, elite type, 20 inch
carriage, 3 desks (one steel', 1
Royal Enf.eld bicycle, 1 Bendix
tuneoble VHF receiver complete
with power unit and loudspeaker.
1 electric clock with 24 hour
Valle. Room $2.00 daily per per-
ton. Meals a la Carte. Reserva-
tions. Telephone Ponama 2-1112
It is actually cheaper
to bay a
P.r.l. SAFETY SAW
' BLADE
than to accept any other
as a Gift.
Besides Protection Against
Injury, they save many
times their value in cost
of SHARPENING and
POWER alone.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
Children of the elementary
schools of the local rate com*
munlties will observe the Christ-
mas season with carols and
annual tableaux to which the public is
invited.
The schedule of Christmas
programs follows:
Monday, Dec. 17Carol sing-
FOR RENT
Apartment
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
synthetic finish point in
IT MT! Mult sell rr.cdern dmmg-
rcc.-n set. Rodio w.th record chang-
e-. '3 tr.cy:le:. Italian oil pointings.
E'..cisan baby carriage. Adiuctable
r qul. For iniormat.cn No. 1
'i Street.
Will buy CASH. Used cars: Pick-
ups, Jeeps. No. 8 Peru Avenue.
Tel. 2-4516, Ponomo.
FOR SALE:1949 Hudson convert-^
ble. radio, overdrive, new paint,,
top. tire. Panama 3-2427.
transmitter and receiver suitable
for conversion to spare parts, and
miscellaneous chair, etc. No tele-
phone inquiries.
Modern furnished-unfurnished oport-
. ment. Maid service optional. Con-:
a!toet office 8061. 10th Street. New
Cristobal, telephona 1386 Colon.
fr i E_R-tr.ger.-tcr 25 cycles,
\ -ihcuse. Frif/daire refnger- I
f. 0 cycles. Guaterrelo
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS STRUCTURES FOR SAL!
For sole to the highest bidders
Buildings Nos. 308, 309, 309-X.
FOR RENT:For 2 or three months,
elegant aportment furnished with
all facilities, one or two married
couple without children. 49 St.
No. 19, Bella Vista.
hving-1
re---, four pc. tt. Smq;r industrio
MW.ng machine. 1-4 H.P. Sim-
mons couch, baby Crib, youths
bid. Stroller. Phone 916. Co.cn^,
P "cic.One boy's bicycle like
" Coll Tel. 83-5141.
^W? \?i\ll "*< 3.0-G 3,2. 3,2-A.
70n nrw SI V7S _tw ter.-rj:'?12-8- 3'2"C nd 312-D. Poro.so.
be received in the
of the Superintendent of
t. Street No. 90. TalTl74|*",_0uS * B,lb^ "22, '3
Panama. M. December 21. 1951, when
'they will be opened in public. Forms
of proposal with full particular may
$1.700. now $1.375. Easy term.I
will accept used car. See it, try
it. Servicio de Motores. Estudian-,
Sealed bid will
office
-----FOR SALE:Buying or selling on fc, stcure cALE Westinghouse refnger-, outomobile? Se Agencio Cosmo, 1 ntendent Of Storehouta, Bolboa
60 cycles, 9 ft. $150.00. Automobile Row No. 29. Tel. 2-and the Housing Manager at Pedro
4721, Ponama.
FC
Ph'lco Tropic "Radio-Phone. Speed
60 cycles S175.CO. G. E. Alarm
. Clock 60 cycles $3.00. Phone Co-
. l0PI 504-B Roosevelt Ave. 9088-
'. A. Apt. 4. ___
Miguel.
FOR SALE: RCA Console Radio,
perfect condition. Phone 4-439.
FOR SALE:1939 Chevrolet Tudor
Sedan, cheap transportation. Phone
916 Colon.
FCS SALE:Magic Chef go* stove
$25. Simmons studio couch >oU.
Brand new chromium kitchenette
t ^O Baby crib and new mat-
n- -' S95T! Metallic bedreom set
r - bed Simmons mattress $60.
Fc 1 drcwers workbench $15.
Sir- bed SI 5. Canvas Koyak
V.'. Sundries J. Alexander
?-<;3l or 3-1183.________
FC1 SALEGenercl Electric refri- WANTED:10 to 12 ft. aluminum
gtretcr. new Go stove. 4th ofi or f.ber gloss dinghy. P. O. Box
July Avenue No. 61. Apt. 3 obove; 774, Gamboo.__________
"L-.im's." ^_____________, I
-------------------" .Will buy CASH. Used cars: Pick-
# nOMNlf) upi' jMp*- No- p'ru Avenu*
FOR SALE:1949 Oldsmobila con-
vertible. Rocket 98, 194 Ford
1-2 ton Panel, perfect condition cad cic- i __
AGENCIAS SASSO. 4th of July Ave F ~laAm ,kunk C00, *
No. 63-A.
WANTED
Miscellsineoiis
new, reasonable price. Agencias
Cosmos, outomobile row, No. 29.
Tel: 2-4721, Panami.
MQTHERS. protect baby's feat the
bed safest way you can JUMPINO-
JACK Shoe are recommended by
specialist. Sold exclusively at
AIYLANDIA. NO. 4C. 44th St,
Bells Vista. Tai. 3*1259.
FOR RENT:Well situoted. beauti-
fully furnished apartment, com-
plete with linen and silver, 2 bed-
rooms, 2 bath, living, dining
maid's room,' big balcony. $185
month. Panama 3-3319, after 6
p. m.
FOR RENT
Rooms
ROOMS AVAILABLE Light, teal
entirely renovated and well fur-
nished. Rate reoionabla. lathe-
Ion only. Inatiiro at The Ame-
rican Club facing Da
Park.
FOR RENT:Cool furnished room
with meols. Telephone 3-3921,
Ponomo, No. 34, 45th Streett
LUX
VENETIAN
LINDS
Immediate
Delivery
Aluminum
Awnings
Different
Colors
$14.00
Industrias
Panamericanas
Tel. 3-1713
22 E. 2th Street
I.
civil defense needs of cities. 1 ^f 'carols WtMW pareS
Asfert'L^V-l100,*1 *?ve.r?"ita Programs arranged for the
ments without federal and state -.ic nr^radin* th
aid cannot provide effective le-'Srutmas^holiilava
urged Congress to act wi'ty;duied as follows
r?J>i^^ai!^J5!t! An" n Ortdes kindergarten
Kant nn iSSS.r. Q P"' ^ two <>" Wednesday, Dec. 1 at ing by pupils of the Silver City
9:30 a.m. Grades 3- on Tuesday elementary school at 7 p. m. In
'evening at 7:30 In the school pa-. the high school study hall,
tlo. Tuesday, Dec. 18.La Boca
Balboa Orades 1-3 on Thurs- elementary and Junior high
'day morning at 8:30. Grades 4-Bjschool pupils will present
at 8:30 a.m. Friday. :pageant, "Christmas Around the
Diablo Hts. Kindergarten | World" at 8 p. m. on the school
during regular sessions on Wed- grounds.
nesday. Dec. 10. Grades 1-8 at
1:45 p.m. Thursday in the gym-
nasium.
Cocoli All grades at 10 a.m.
of rrlday hi the gymnasium.
Fort Kobbe All grades at 7
p.m. Thursday in the circle in
front of the school.
Pedro Miguel All trades at
The plea followed a warn-
ing by a top Federal civil de-
fense official Tuesday that
Russia will be able to atom
bomb at least M U. S. cities
within a year. The official
predicted casualties from any
snch attack would reach 12.-
OOO.oee or more, bat said this
could be oat in half by ad-
equate civil defense measures.
The strongly-worded resolu-
tion backed up Civil Defense
Administrator Milland F. Cald-
well who has repeatedly critic-
ized Congress for a slashing hLs
fund request from $535,000,000
0 mMsToOo iler this year '1^5 ! W*| ta ** *>m-
Caldwell said In a recent BSUJ?!'
Wednesday, Dec. 19 Carol
singing by pupils of the Silver
City elementary school at 7 p.
m. in the high school study hall.
Christmas and songs by pupils
of the Red Tank school at 8 p.
m. on the Red Tank school
grounds.
Thursday. Dec. 20First gra-
ders will sing at the Santa Cruz
Interview, however, that he
thinks Congress will be more
generous next year because
Rubllc interest In civil defense
as shown "marked Improve-
ment" in recent months.
Despite its complaint about
lack of Federal funds, the mu-
nicipal association urged citizens
to cooperate with civil defense
programs and advised cities to
foroe ahead as best they can.
PANAMA BROKERS, INC.
etel e*l Pananit
Selling: Brewery, Panam
Cement, Olay Products and
Fuerza y Lua (preferred).
Tel. 3-4719 3-1660
FOR SALE:Electric train (Gilbert).
Americon Flyer, new, at a give
owoy price. Lo Parisin, Avenida
Centrol 113.
Tel. 2-4516. Ponomo.
FOR SALE:120 Bass Italo Ameri-
can Accordion with Cose, good
condition. Cheap. Houe 1609-
0!d Cristobal.
r ..----------w 1 ui -t,-t fnlnn WANTED TO BUY: Old metal
fC"NC: -Valuable eholn. Colon.
Fri.ay. Owner red^^m. or fof ,o'd machinery I; i
prefer Idenff.cotion ^PfVg^ ro.l. wheel, flywheel, ox'.s. For'
Phone ens-1 offerj 2_038^ panama oft
ttv; odvert:ement.
tobe I 1847.
write Box '22. Panama.
choirs with cushion, portable ro-
dio. corner book ease, ell excel-
lent condition. 37th Street No. 7
upstairs.
and
LOST:Cdulo No. 47-57527 ano WANTED TO RENT-
purse. Co'l Ogilvme Reword. Pan- opartrntnt 2 or 3
o ma
Ho-e'
LESSONS
Hove o free dance onolysis Tuesday-
Thursdoy, Saturday. Bolboa YMCA
Chalet or
bedrooms in
Beilo V.sta w.th hot water. Te-:
lephone 3-2997, Panamo. Mr. FOR SALE:
Schwartz.
FOR SALE: Lionel train master.
transformer. 60 cycle. 1490-D.
Bolboo, C. Z.
WANTED TO BUY:Boy's bicycle
24 inch, in good condition. Phone
743 Coco Solo.
Position Offered Help Wanted
WANTED: Experienced secretary,
bilingual, knowledge of horthand,
end accurate typist. Call 3-0905,
from 3 to 5 p. m.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
WANTED: A very good cook.
dotj not have to sleep in. Very
good Mlory. Aven.oa Federico
Boyd No. 31.
Bell & Howell Maga-
zine lood.ng 16 mm Camera Au-
to Load, F-1.9 cooted len. per-
fect condition. $125.00. Poulard
Bolex 16 mm Projector. 750-W
Lamp extra lamp and reels, per
feet condition. $125.00. Telephone
6-154. House No. 153, Gamboa,
C. Z
FOR SALE
Motorcycle*
r
FOR SALE:1949 Solsbury Scooter,
ported and relieved $225.00. Call
83-2158.
N
rtNlTURE
-MM
tUpcbver Reupbolsterv
VISIT Otm BBOW-BOOMI
Alearte Seres
1.1, Sa ta Owe TT (AatseaaaHe low)
free tatlmatta Ptettav Deliver
TA S-M2S :ea a.m. to T:H pat
fOk SALE:Motorcycle Horley Do-j
vidson de Luxe 48 excellent condi-l
fion. Federico 80yd No. 1. Phone'
3-1516.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
POR SALE:Electric light plont. 110
Volt, 60 Cycle, single PH, 2 1-2
K. W.. 1200 R.P.M., gasoline
driven. Perfect condition. See Wet-
ermeier. mechanic. Santa Clara.
REPAIRVenetian Blinds.
MAKECornices it Curtains.
PAINTFurniture.
Work Guaranteed.
I TALLER CEDE 0
#23 Per Ave. Tel. 3-1086
BHS Xmas Program
Subject Of Article
In Elude Magazine
WANTED: Good cook preferably
Native or Central American. Mult
sleep en premises. Familia Mlr6,
49th and Colombia streets. Bolls
Vito.
FOR SALE:Electric train for 25
cycle In perfect condition, $60.-
00. House 758 Bbrnoby Street,
Balboa. Jorge Moreno. Telephone
1750 otter 6 p. m.
annual Christmas pro-
chi
FOR SALE: Excellent Chrlitmo
present. Piano. Bargain. 3rd of
November St. House 5, down-
stair.
ANYTHIN* you wont In lots with
er without houtet at
, ^Extreme Care Needed When
a meter). Telephone Balboa 2820.i
Bk^Br^hti 'amnrrnm
m0tmamm Sptciaf
BUSINESS MANS
UNCH 75
Chrisimas Trees Are Around
Tour Christmas tree is a lire
hazard because it contains ex-
tremity combustible materials.
Tests by Underwriters' Labora-
tories have proved that Christ-
mas trees are easily ignited and
burn swiftly.
"Extreme caution Is needed.
7. Do not place electric toys,
such as trains, around the tree.
8. Do not use candles. Use
electric lights instead.
9. Make certain wires are not
frayed. Choose lighting sets
bearing marking which indicates
listing by Underwriters' Labora-
I
Cl. -i Chorder or Antipasto
Corbina Saot- Lyonnaise
or
Hu.ieariat. B. e( G*ulash
Buttered Err Noodles
Bavarian Cabbage
Hot Rol's & Butter
Green Saiid Dessert
Coffee Tea Ber
Jain as for Cacktails
from 4 us 6 o.m
says the National Board of Fire I toriea. Inc.
Underwriters, "when this fire1 , __ ., ._ _.
11. Do not leave tree lights
MANHATTANS
MARilNIS
DAIQUIRIS
25 c.
APPKTltik 'OnThetuus*
Si
res in the home
during the Christmas season, a
time when fires Increase all
over the U. 8., the
Board suggests the
Slea "to keep your Christmas
errv."
1. ChooM a small tree. It
will 3 less hazardous.
2. alt until a few days be-
fte c.iristmas to set up your
U-j.
3. Keep the tree, outdoors
until ready to :et It up.
*. Place the i..e in the
coolest part of th nouse.
5. Place tlie t: ,e of the tree
1m a container of water.
6. Do not use cotton or paper
decoraUont ur.less they are
flameproof.
burning when no one Is In the
National ;nou8e-
following i 12 lr needles near the lights
turn brown, change the location
of the lights.
IS. When'needles start fall-
ing, take the tree down and
discard It.
The
ram of the Balboa High School
1 the subject of a long article
In the December issue of Etude,
the music magazine, it was an-
nounced today from the office
of the Superintendent of
Schools.
With a big photograph for
illustration, the article deals
with the annual program at
Christmas time, under the title
"Christmas at the Panama Ca-
nal." The photograph shows
Nell V. Branstetter, now super-
visor of music who was former-
ly director of music for the high
school.
Titles of the selections given
on the program, with a mention
of Mrs. Belen c. Baker, former
supervisor of music who origin-
ated the program some 30 years
ago for the Division of Schools,
and a complete story of the
event are Included in the ar-
ticle. Some of the difficulties
which have been overcome In
order to light the festival are
also mentioned.
Copies of the magazine are
on sale In all clubhouses, post
exchanges, book and magazine
stores In Panama and the Ca-
nal Zone. The article was writ-
ten by Subert Turbyflll, a local
teacher.
TRAVEL ANYWHERE
Without Worry Or Care
IS Tivoli Ate, fan. t-180*
IMPORTANT!
DON T FORGET that you
ma, win a whole ticket for
the N Hiunal Loiterv Drawing
with the three last numbers
of vour ticket to the CEN-
TRAL THEATRE.
Flights To San Bias
Islands Still Open
Italy Flood Victims
To Gel AM Through
CZ Rod Cross Chapter
The Canal Zona Chapter, ot
the Red Cross has been au-
thorised by National Headquart-
ers to accept funda for the
Italian Red Cross to be used for
the relief of victims of the Po
Valley floods, it was announced
today by T. H. Lerchen, Chapter
chairman.
Monies voluntarily contribu- 370th Engr
ed will be sent to the National
Headquarters for forwarding to
the Italian Red Cross, contri-
butions may be made by Isth-
mian residents to the Chapter
offices at Building 0610-B, Gall-
lard Highway, Ancon, or 1029
Roosevelt Avenue, New Cristo-
bal.
The floods have made thou-
sands homeless. Reporta already
received Indicate that the Ital-
Oamboa Orades 1 and 2 will'gymnasium a t8 p. nv
present the Christmas story ln| Christmas plays and choral
pantomine at 10 a.m. Friday at music by the ChagTes school at
the school. Grades 3-8 will sing the Chagres Community Thea-
carols at 1:15 o.m. Friday. |ter at 2 p. m.
Gatun All grades at 10:151 Saturday. Dec asChristmas
a m Thursday | music and tableaux by the
Margarita Grades 8 and ! pupils of the Paraso school in
will present a tableau, "The Na- *
tlvlty." at 10 a.m. Friday In the
school. Other grades will have
the classroom programs for their
parents.
Cristobal Orades 1-3 at 10:80
a.m. Thursday at the school.
Orades 4-8 at 1:30 p.m. Thurs-
day. _________________
the Community
p. m. .
theater at 8
Sunday. Dec. 23.Seventh
grade students of the Santa
Cruz school, accompanied bv the
Centro-Isthmlan Band, will sing
carols on the playground at 2
p. m.
Artist Feels Army Did Him
Favor By Sending Him Here
o
FT. SBRMAN. Dec. 13."The
Army did me a great favor by
sending po to the USAR-
CARIB," declares Pe August J.
Holland of Hq, Hq & Bvc. Co,
370th Engr Amph. Regt, Fort
Sherman. 'Panama is certalntt
an artist's paradise."
Before the Army, .started
sponsoring his career, "Holland
In his home town', Dendota,
HI. There he did advertisement
illustrations for large Midwest
industries entering In Chicago.
Since his arrival in the Canal
Ian Red Cross is rendering on- Zone in September. Holland has
the-spot assistance to flood vic-
tims and conducting a nation-
wide collection Of relief goods.
oeen busy with many projects.
He attended the festival of the
Black Christ at Porto Bello and
In addition an emergency ap- painted this famous Panama-
peal has been issued by the nian statue.
Mrs. Oliver Culp,
Legion Auxiliary's
Person-Of-Month
Mrs. Oliver Culp has been se-
lected by Gamboa Unit of the
American Legion Auxiliary as the
person of the month for her work
with the Children's Ward at the
hospital T.B. ward.
She arranges parties for the
children at Christmas and Eas-
ter collects food and clothing for
children and Inmates of the Palo
Seco colony and has been doing
this work for many years, volun-
tarily spending many hours to
bring cheer Into the life of
these people.
Mrs. Culp has been a resident
of the Canal Zone since 1932.
A radio program will be plan-
ned for presentation of Mrs. Culp
to the public.
UN Deadlocked
On Council Seat
After 15th Ballot
League of Red Cross Societies
on behalf of the Italian flood
victims. This appeal was sent
to 31 countries of which 12 have
already given favorable res-
ponses.
Information Sought
About Dead Zonian
For Widow's Annuity
Information about Andrew
Horton, who worked for the Pa-
nama Railroad from 1907 to
191S, Is needed in connection
with an annuity for bis widow.
Mrs. Jobanna Horton, who now
lives in Seward, Alaska.
Anyone who has personal,
knowledge of the Hortons' re-
sidence in the Canal Zone is
asked to contact the Retirement
Clerk In the Personnel Bureau,
Administration, Balboa Heights,
telephone number 2-2661.
Horton was genera* stevedor-
ing foreman at Cristobal
throughout his service with the
Panama Railroad.
He was born in Denmark and
was a naturalized U. 8. citizen.
He came to the Isthmus from
Perth Amboy, New Jersey, where
he had been a rigger and river.
He had served as first and sec-
ond officer on colliers out of
Boston and Baltimore 'or set*
ral years.
Personnel files Indicate that
Mrs. Horton came to the Isth-
mus from New York in about
September 1807 and returned to
the United States about 1812.
Horton died In August 1940.
This and somt of his other
paintings of Panama scenes
have already brought enough
inquiries from- local art groups
to enable him to place them on
sale in the City of Panama. For
his can unit he designed a Re-
eentaJ Christmas card, the
er of which bears his sketch
of Limon Bay.
The most ambitious of his
Sojects is a proposed exhlbi-
m here in Panama. He has
already begun a series of pic-
tures depicting Panamanian
night Ufe. Many of those works
will be incorporated into a
srica of illustrated stores he is
planning to submit to Chicago
newspapers.
To capture interesting local
scenes, Holland uses all mediums
oulred two-thirds majority of 40
rotes
On both the 14th and 18th bal-
lots. Greece tallied 86 votes
Its highest every. Byelo-Russla
received 2. The voting broke the
record for tha number of ballots
required that was set last year
when Turkey took 14 ballots to
beat out Lebanon.
PARIS, Dec. 13 (UP) The
bitterly contested Greek-Byelo
Russian fight for a seat on the
United Nations Security Council
Flltrhts to the 8an Bias arehl- remained deadlocked today
oelaRo run by the Colon Cham-.through a record 15th ballot and
ber of Commerce, are still open, the Issue was postponed until the
Trios are made each Saturday third round next week,
and Sunday. [ The United States b ac k e d
Those Interested should ring Greece scores sizeable gains over
Colon Chamber of Commerce. Co- its total in the first round of
iw 07 or Fred Busch at Balboa General Assembly balloting last
4394. iweek but coul not reach the re
arvfwfcy mm^mmmWfmftff
Sr 'swMehing to the new. iaaproved
*Mmt.
It's bacau*"Mda"giv-s"theBi
wtorefraadosa paseertmftn at i
Maw-Mkea tfceyVeever ewtsyoa be-
fore.
And hert'*why."Tht new.'inv
proved sanitary naekin has extra'
cot ton on Iba eagM-eal ra aoCtnaaa
-to help at-vent'chaneglAnd
there's a trlpk saSjry sMsM for ut,
<-long protection.
Are p>*_enjoyia- tbae;aviv
tags?
SOfTit, JAM|
MODJSS
of art expression. "I don't favor
any one medium; but I do use a
combination of water colors and
caseins more than anything
else," he explained.
Portraits, landscapes, Inter-
iors, still life, illustrationsall
of these methods are used In
his realistic presentation of Pa-
nama.
An artist uncle taught him
the fundamentals and a love for
art. While In high school be was
called upon to paint some
murals at Kakuska Park in
Chicago. For three years he stu-
died at the American Art Aca-
demy in Chicago. Much of hla
work appeared in shows m the
Chicago art galleries.
Holland is ample Illustration
of tha diversity of ths back-
grounds of military personnel.
Through him Uncle Sam has be-
come a Patron of the Arts.
Chief Surveyor
Speaks At Colon
Rotary Luncheon
L. M. Breece. Chief Surveyer
for the American Bureau of
Shipping* and member of the
Panama City Rotary Club, was
scheduled to be the guest)
sneaked at the Cristobal-Colon
Rotary luncheon at noon today.
Breece was to speak about ths
unusual shipping accidents
which occur in modern-day
maritime operation.
Never neglect
a cut!
The tiniest Injury cao become in-
fectad. Never take a chance I
USE
BAND-AID
ADHISrVf SANOAiMS
t ht atare Saetee ihaa
aa ether teeaa.
They oseas to you sterilehelp keep
rj*ttoendfrtM.Mrcurochroaie
or tyra-thri-cin pad.
; Have some alwtytrmt at head.
0W4OOH 4-UoW4tOOH
f Tg Mkwi.ij.iu


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Filmfown
Shoptalk
By REN COOK
OLLYWOOD (U,P.)
The
Mountain Boy Shotgunned
Oldster As Ma Looked On
MOROANTON, N.C., Dee. 13 Harry McMullaffheld that he'
(UP) a 14-year-old mountain could not be tried in a criminal
youth was sentenced to life at court.
hard labor today for the slaying The youths and their mother
o an elderly farmer while his 12- were arrested Sept. 21 after Den-',. "2I*yL,*gSS'r,xt.' nolun
year-old brother helped and their, dys shotgun-blasted body was I "ftu0.1-1, ^MlSrc? Mtchu 2i
mother watched. found stuffed in a 20-foot well g f^lSiui'nowin
The mother of six. Mrs. Helen behind his house in the rural, v
Carpenter. 30. received consecu- mountainous Paddy's Creek sec-
tire sentences of 26 to 30 years tlon.
for her part in the armed rob- Chief Deputy Fons Duckworth
bery of the shotgun victim a.-djtestified that Ralph, undergoing
10 ye
Phi
In a cou"rthouse'''rdered slender,! Duckworth a*id Ralph told him that actors used
pale Ralph Carpenter segregated he shot Denny In the back with a
Scandals In Government
May A id Taft Against Ike

from hardened criminals In pri-
son and urged that he be treated
"as nearly a spossible not as a
prisoner but as a child."
' Standing unemotionally, the
.410 shotgun as the farmer
emerged from a cornfield.
As he stood over the wounded
and screaming farmer, Ralph old days," h"e said,
said Denny grabbed the gun. beg- Food Pretty Bad
Phillips sentence glng for his life. Duckworth
youth heard
him to life o...
accessory before the fact of first took a stick and beat Denny un-|
WASHlUOTON, Dec. 13 ~ Many OOP men and women
Practical politicians speculat- now supporting Eisenho w e r
ed today that scandals in gov-i might switch to Taft If they
ernment may held Sen. Robert feel the senator has a good
A. Taft in his fifht for the; chance of winning over a weak-1
ubllcan Presidential nomi- ened opponent.
ion and hurt Qen. Dwliht Democratic National Chalr-
.. Elsenhower If he decides to i man Frank E. McKinney said
In Hollywood for a film stint. run. | Tuesday, however, that he does
"Every time I pick up a paper| They figured this way: not think the current dlsclos-
lately. some nostalgic crepo j Many persons within the OOP ures will hurt the Democrats in
hanger is being interviewed a- fM1 tntf xaft has no political 1952 if they clean house quickly.
s*"t "-'sea appeal. While otherwise ad- Most political observers be-
lieve the Congressional inves-
tigations have not yet gone far
enough to show how dangerous
the tax scandals may be to De-
mocratic prospects in 1952. But
fun in the old days. i q,, the other htn I ve been around tnis business a wldely heid ^lief that Elsen- er they undoubtedly will make
for 30 years a^nd there were some nower could ^ tne Democrats themselves felt.
awfully rough times In the good ln a wtlk The EUenh0Wer jUp.,
oortera want to take no chances Meanwhile, an anti-admin-
next year, inasmuch as the lstratlon Southern Democrat in
'Southern anti-Truman strategylate for the nomination ln a| Plenty Lucky
, may be directed at assuring tht [ token challenge to Mr. Tru-i
election of Elsenhower. man. ADAM8, N.Y. (UP) The rea
Russell stood by the nationa' Russell said Tueadsy that he]wheel of a tractor ran over BUI
: Democratic Party when tN ] has no Intention of being a Babcock. 9. but he received on!
State's Rights party was for-i Presidential candidate next vear bruises. There was a slight de
j med ln the Soum ln 194b. because he Is "under no Illusions presslon in the ground and thi
He had agreed earlier, how-.about any Southerner being earth was soft where the chile
ever, to be the South's candi-i elected President." 'lay.
to have more
.._.w ..ij i. r.-.7T."..i .- ,,... .,*i> year, niasniucH us hic unuuii ouuuicm uciimuni ui
ASfi *2&JE!3> W Py ha not won a Presidential Congress reported a widespread
him to Ufe on a plea of being; an He saidI the younger brother a toad'back. election in 23 years. belief in the South that Elsen-'
degree murder and to 30 years in til he released the gun. then
prison with stripes for armed Ralph shot him three times to
robbery of his-victim, Will Den-:the face.
nv 5 Duckworth said the boys and
The sentences will run concur- their mother took $2 from the
rently. farmers' body and $288.80 from
In Raleigh. Paroles Commls- the house.
slonerT. C. Johnson said paroles I The mother, whose husband
may be granted after a prisoner escaped from Valdose County Jail
serves 10 years of a life sentence.,while awaiting trial on breaking
In some cases. Johnson said, a and entering charges Nov. 14,
prisoner under 18 may be paroled, pleaded to being an accessory af-
lmmediately to welfare authorl-jter the fact of murder and nolo
ties. I contender to the charge of arm-
Carpenter's younger brother, ed robbery.
David 12, was sent to a training Her other children are being
school when State Attorney-Gen. cared for by welfare authorities.
In sentencing Ralph, Phillips
said: "He is tender in age and
barelv beyond the age of respon-
sibility described by law.
"Me has had no chance for
schooling.. .was raised in a hovel
with scarcely enough to eat and
clothing to wear."
Phillips recommended that
after a "reasonable length
ACOB
CANASTA
BY OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
The question of an eighth card
ln a canasta keeps coming up.
The best way to clear this point
up is to explain the rule first and
Boarding houses had food
that would drive a goat to diet.
"Hotels were boot camps for
bed bugs and roaches.
"Your neck was constantly
blistered from the hot breath of
bill collectors.
"Stars were as temperamental
aa a baby on a formula.
"An actor's yearly salary fluc-
tuated like a busted to laugh?' ,
Mitchell said nostalgia sugar- "aft s rayor.
coats memories. He cited raves
about the prowess of the old, sil-1
ent-screen lovers.
Not Glamours At All
"Actually, those guys were rot-
ten Romeos," he said. "They had
the Jerky movements of water
bugs, and when they made love,
they looked like they were eat-
ing an ear of cornall head-
bobs and pecks.
"They talk about the glamour
and sex-appeal those old-time
lovers had. Most of them screw-
ed up their faces as though they
if were getting ready to sneeze, and
of the outfits they wore were as
But, the politicians say, if,hower woulci be elected pre3-
Admlnlstration scandals confident if he Is nominated on
tinue to come to light they will | the GOP ticket,
proportionately weaken any De-| This Southern leader Is con-
mocratic candidate who runs: cerned primarily with blocking
for President next fall. President Truman's renomlna-
In any event, the Democratic; tion at all costs,
choice will have a lot of ex- He doubted that Taft or any
plaining to do. other Republican nominee
The politicians see thli In'could crack the normally De-
mocratic South and hinted that
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then to answer the questions that -JYAi* u,fc, N;_Y u!j^T) .T
are usually asked on this point, i ches filled to keep Asa
ing coffee."
He admits such talk l natural,
however.
"Twenty vears from now they
will be taikinx about this as -the
good old days'," he said.
NAUOATUCK. Conn. (UP) ,.
A otnasVu BUrn7ld"o T tenet I *""*' * rom bagging his an- Durlhg the past seven years. Mi-
seve n?ard. of ?h same rank It bMl deer He drov* to lhe woods cnael W&r*"0' 18 ** "'^f
taMt5Merllv^am^ofeet.ifro,n hls home' then proceeded,old brother George have received
lvseve^ca?^ tOal0B *nd 8tlne*rl* m aw,rd* ,or lnelr ,
^ZS^U^i^^'^^-^'^^*^*^i^>1aaia* ort- The.boys' crops]
or eve" eleven cards That has; A companion dragged the deer; and animals were raised
on a
'three acres.
.way7b..ntl^^^^ comPrU*d oi only
no authority has ever dreamed of running board,
changing It. '
The only limitation on the cards
ln a canasta Is that there may be
no more than three wild cards.
There is no limit.to the number
of natural cards that may be
melded ln a canastaexcept the
fact that there are only eight na-
tural cards in the dock.
The confusion la caused by the
fact that some players follow a
"housa" rule by which the num-
ber of cards ln a canasta is lim-
ited to seven. This has never
boon the official rule.
Nobody can prevent you from:
following this house rule If you
Wish to do so. But if you do, let
me remind you of two things:
first, it is a very poor rule and
may land you ln hopeless tangles;
and second, if yon play with a
new group remember that you
have to discuss which rule you
are going to follow.
Now let's see some of the ques-
tions.
QI have a canasta of four
kings and three wild cards. Later!
on I develop an extra pair of'
kings In my hand. The player at I
my right then throws a king. May
1 take the discard pile and add I
the three kings to my completed
enasta?
AYes. It is always legal to
like the previous discard when
yon have a matching pair of na-
tural cards In your hand. The!
three kings must be added to:
your canasta.
QMy opponents had five;
queens on the table, and the pack !
Was frozen. I threw a queen and
the next player tried to take It
with two queens from his hand.
This would give him an elght-
eard canasta. Caji this be done?
AYes. There is nothing wrong
with having eight cards in a ca-
nasta.
QI have a canasta that con-1
alsts of six kings and a joker. May
I later add to it from my hand?
May I add only natural kings, or
arc wild cards permitted also?
AYou may add to the canas-
ta from your hand. Wild cards
are permitted, provided that the
canasta never contains more
than three wild cards.
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Housecleaning In Government
Hinted By Truman,
WASHINGTON, Dec. 13. (UP) President
Truman conferred secretly in the White House with
Attorney General J. Howard McGrath and FBI Di-
rector J. Edgar Hoover yesterday and a drastic
Administration house-cleaning appeared imminent.
Both the White House and Justice Department
were tight-lipped about the meeting, but it arous-
ed immediate speculation that Hoover may be as-
signed the job of ridding the government of all of-
ficials tainted with any form of corruption.
More than any other man in government, the
veteran FBI chief has the confidence of both Demo-
crats and Republicans.
The top-secret conference fol- pleasure with McGrath centers
lowed Democratic Nato n a 1 arounds his testimony that he
Chairman Frank E. McKinney's was unr.\ are of the shady as-
atatements that Mr. Truman sociations of T. Lamar Caudle,
is "angry" about "disloyal" sub- assistant attorney general who
ordlnates Involved In spreading was fired by the President Nov.
tax scandals and is ready to'16.
take "drastic action."
It also followed new Repub-! Among other things. McGrath
lican demands for the ouster said he never had heard of the
of McGrath. who has been un- sensational tax shakedown story
der fire In the House tax in-1 told to the House investigators
vestigatlon hy ex-Capone attorney Abra-
Rep. John W. Byrnes (R., ham Teltelbaum of Chicago.
Wls). a member of the Invest- Caudle has said he was told
gating group, said McGrath will I about the story when he re-
not, or cannot, direct the Justice i turned from Europe last August
Department properly. but did not relay It to his su-
The department indicated, perlors.
however, that there will be no
Alleged $500,000 Shakedown Operators
Deny All Intended Victim's Accusations
tee In closed session where he
first heard of Teltelbaum.
DeWlnd agreed to pass the
question In public hearings.
Master also testified that:
1) He got a passport to visit
WASHINGTON, Dec. 13 (UP)
Bert K. Naster denied yester-
day that he took part In try-
ing a $500,000 tax shakedown
on Abraham Teltelbaum and
said he Is In "physical fear"
of saying publicly where he first i Europe early this year within
heard of the former Capone 48 hours after he talked to
attorney. talked to Caudle about It. He
Naster also directly contra- was on parole at the time after
dieted previous testimony given j pleading guilty to tax evasion.
House tax investigators by He never made the trip.
Frank Nathan, his alleged ac-| 2) After he met Caudle about
complice in the shakedown at-;a year ago, "he took a liking
IN HOLLYWOOD
BY EBSJONE JOHNSON
NBA Staff Correspondent
immediate action on that score.
It refused to comment on the
meeting, but said McGrath.
Hoover, and Deputy Attorney
A District of-Columbia fed-
eral grand jury also is ready
to begin studying the ques-
tion of who is lying in the
tempt; Teltelbaum, and ousted
assistant attorney general T.
Lamar Caudle.
The apparent contradictions
prompted Adrian W. DeWlnd,
counsel for 'the House Ways
and Means Subcommittee ui-
vestlgatlng tax scandals, to ac-
cuse Waster of having "recently
invented" his account of a tele-
phone conversation with Caudle.
DeWlnd noted Naster had
testified secretly that he never
called Caudle on business. Nas-
ter said he didn't consider the
call business.
to me and I took a liking to
him, and we became friends,
platonic friends." Caudle had
testified that he never went
out of his way to be friendly
with Naster.
Naster's testimony that he
met Teltelbaum first In mid-
July contrasted with Teltel-
baum's assertion that he met
Naster and Nathan in Miami in
April.
It was here, Teltelbaum told
the subcommittee, that the pair
first made their shakedown
pitch.
General A. Devitt Vaneen, who Teltelbaum tax case. Copies
also attended the conference,
will meet again this week with
Mr. Truman.
Sen. Richard M. Nixon (R.,
Calif.), among the first to
call for McGrath's dismissal,
has demanded that Hoover
r someone of similar caliber
be named chief of a "clean-
up" squad to rid the govern-
ment of irregularities.
Nixon also called for the
ouster of Treasury Secretary
John W. Snyder, who has over-
all Jurisdiction over the In-
ternal Revenue Bureau.
Much of the Republican dls-
for the Internal Revenue Bu-
reau, behind closed doors.
Henry W. (The Dutchman
Grunewald. Washington "mys-
tery man" now confined at
Georgetown University hospital,
also was questioned by commit-
tee agents.
Waster and Nathan have been
accused by Teltelbaum of try-
The White House at first tried ing to shake him down for
to keep the Truman-McGrath- $500,000 to fix his government
Hoover meeting a secret. The tax cases.
visitors entered and left by a| Caudle said he immediately
basement door and the first thought of Grunewald when he
of the House subcommittee's
transcript will be made avail-
able to the jury soon and
turned over to the panel af-
ter a day or two of study by
the U. S. district attorneq.
Later, Teltelbaum testified, !
After hearing Naster. the I he got an anonymous call from
subcommittee was understood |a '"an using a gutteral, Ger-
to have questioned Charles man accent who warned him he
Oliphant, former chief counsel had better pay up as Naster
and Nathan had "Caudle and
Charles Oliphant In their vest ia pomt ior Dlnah-
pocket."
indications reporters had that
a conference was under way
was the presence of McGrath's
limousine outside the White
House.
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was told an anonymous man
with a German accent was in-
volved in the case.
Naster told the subcommittee
he is afraid to say publicly
first heard of Teitel-
I where
The car was there from llibaum.
am. until l p.m.. Indicating the "Do you mean you are in
meeting lasted about two hours, physical fear?" DeWlnd asked.
mJ**y> Thursday, Dec. 13
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Asked when Mr. Truman
would take the predicted "dras-
tic, action," Short replied:
"I would not want to make
a prediction on when It will be
today, tomorrow or the next
day."
McGrath told the house sub-
committee Tuesday that the
President merely notified him to
oust Caudle and never has told
him why.
He said he still considered
Caudle an honest man although'[
he would have cracked down
on some of his activities had
he known all the facts.
At the time of the ouster,
Mr. Truman said Caudle was
fired for outside activities "ln-
compatible" with his official I
duties as head of the Justice'
Department's tax fraud division, i
"Yes, sir." he replied.
Naster's attorney, Jules Yablock
of New York, said Naster al-
HOLLYWOOD. (NEA). Be-
hind the Screen: "If you can't
sit down in 'em, you can de-
duct 'em." That's Dinah Shore
talking about'Uncle Sam's tax
sleuths and the fancy gowns she
buys for her warbling career.
Dinah's upa and downs for the
Internal Revenue Department
came up again as she started
rehearsals for her new twice-
weekly television show.
For a 26-week series, Dinah
wailed, she'll spend about $20,-
000 on clothes. Naturally, being
a woman, she doesn't want any
backacre gossip In Iowa like:
"Gee, Myrtle, Dinah wore that
dress again last night."
So up pops the question of
whether Dinah can deduct the
$20,000 worth of glad rags as a
business expense, which it most
certainly sounds like. But Di-
nah knows the answer from
past experience.
She can deduct 'em only if
she cant sit down In 'em.
"That's what a U. S. Income
tax man told me when I de-
ducted 16 gowns I bought for
an engagement at the Waldorf
Astoria hotel," Dinah said. "But
I'd have to prove It, the man
said. So I Invited him out to
the house and I tried on every
one of those 16 gowns. I was
up and down all afternoon.
"I couldn't sit down In three
of them. Those were the only
ones Uncle Sam would let me
deduct as a' business expense."
Dinah's new TV show just
started recently.
If she sits down during the
show, score a point for Uncle
Sam.
If she doesn't sit down, score
/
ready has told the subcommit- daughter.
Large Crowd Expected
To Attend Elks Dance
A large number of Elks from
both sides of the Isthmus Is ex-
pected to attend the Elks dance
which will be held Saturday night
at the Club Arcos In Panama Ci-
ty.
The dance Is being sponsored
by Mount Olympus Lodge No. 559,
IBPOEW. Marcelino Alvarez and
his Mambo Kings will provide
music from 9 p.m. until 5a.m.
STARTS FLYING AT 95
BOSTON (U.P.) Mrs. Frede-
rick Stark made her first air-
plane flight at the age of 95 when
she flew to Cleveland to visit a
Humphrey Bogart on televi-
sion soon?
"I'm going to wait," Re told
me, "until they can keep my
face on my shoulders. I did a
live show in New York a few
months ago. You know what
happened?
"I was supposed to shoot a
guy, but we didn't have time
to rehearse It. The guy drop-
ped dead before I could get the
gun out of my pocket. Really,
I don't want to the that tough!"
Errol Flynn, .1 can report. Is
giving up something that's I moviegoers as an evil-hearted
brought him- a lot of joy. menace In "Kind Lady.
His writing, I mean.
No more novels like "Beam's
End" or screenplays for brainy
Errol, who told me on Warner's
"Mara Maru" set:
I've realised that I cant write
worth a hoot. I'll stick to things
that I can do from now on."
What about "The Adventures
of Captain Fabian," written
with Errol's own lily-white
hands? Errol's screenplay for
the picture hadn't exactly been
slaughtered by the critics, had
It?
Brother," Errol shuddered, |
"you have touched upon an ex-
posed nerve."
Barbara Stanwyck hasnt gone
as far as she'd like to go on
celluloid and It's all the fault I
of the movie censors.
They keep yelling "Cut*" Just
when Barbara's about to rassle
with sizzling dialog or a racy
plot twist.
"We've got to grow np In pic-
tures," she complained on the
"Clash By Night" set at RKO.
"It's not boy-meets-girl any-
more. The public wont leave
their television sets to see It.
We've got to do what they're
doing in Europe. They're mak-
ing life.
Barbara Isn't sure what will
have to be done about the kid-
dies, but "look at what the
youngsters are getting on radio
and TV. Horrible stuff. I defy
parents to keep them away
from those programs." .
8he's still red-faced, she
said, about a comic book she
Sicked up the other day, and
e scanty attire of the heroine.
"She was wearing a couple
of beads, that's all," Barbara
shudered. "Kids can buy those
books for 10 cents, yet Holly-
wood's blamed and criticized for
juvenile delinquency."
It took Keenan Wynn 12 years
to make the grade, but he's
vowing that he's in the char-
acter groove to stay and that
the Wynn brand of zany co-
medy is going the way of the
dodo bird.
From now on out, it's heavies
or character comedy for Kee-
nan, who was accepted by
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best of all: Perhaps it's because
of that wonderful, zest ful flavor,
for Campbell's Tomato Soup is
made from the choicest, red-
ripe tomatoes, blended with fine
creamery butter and Jurt th
right amount of delicate sea-
soning.
But there is another reason
why we serve plenty of Camp-
bell's Tomato Soup in our home!
Every plump, luscious tomato
brims with health bringing
goodnea*. fairly bursts with
summer's wealth.
For an extra delicious and
extra nutritious treat, I often
add milk Instead of water to
make an appetizing cream of
tomato soup. You'll be surprised
bow quickly everybody in yout
family will make Campbell!
their favorite, too!
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ROBERT J. CARROLL HONORED
I GIFT C:0'.TER AND PARTY
J* Mm. Robert J. Carroll of Part Davit was honored with a
lft shower and dessert bridge party fiven by Mm. James W.
carboroug h and Mrs. Walter Skeistaitts of Fort Davis, Tues-
day afternoon at (he Fort Davis Officer Club.
The alfti were presented in a!the supper at 7 o'clock. AU mem-
sons, Pat and Mike of Coco Soil-
to, returned last night by plane
from a vacation spent visiting, re-
latives In Los Angeles. California.
They have been vacationing since
September 23. Mt. Edgar met his
family at Tocumen Airport.
bers of the Order of the Eastern
Star are Invited.
Members are requested to bring
canned milk and sugar for the
Bella Vista Home. Any gifts of
cash will be used for assisting
.:: needy of Colon.
Mr. and Mrs. K. Woodcock
Residing at Prance Field
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wood-
cock and their son. Sammy, ar-
rived from Corinth. New York,
.. Monday, December 3 and aap now
FortCayto Mrs 7 ~ John H..I residing at France Field. Mr.
iggs Mrs. John T. Donahue, Woodcock is a civilian employe of
lecorated basket. The dessert
able held small china bootees
Ind cradles filled with blue hy-
rangea. Dink carnations and ba-
f-y's breath.
Following dessert the guests
iiere entertained with brldg?
lames. Mrs. Harry F Cree r>-(j
llgh score and Mrs. Henry Hart-
fig had second high score.
Other greats Included Mrs.
ebry F Taylor, Mrs. William
; Bennett. Mrs Maurice E.
liehb. Mrs. Manning Hutchlnson
The Misses Henrieuet
Arriving for the Holidays
The Mises Anne Marie and Ju-
dith Henrlquez. daughters Of Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Henrlquez of
Ninth Street, Colon, will arrive
by plane Friday, to spend the
Christmas holidays with their
parent. They are students at
Mount St. Vincent Academy in
New York.
the Air Force at France Field.
Mrs. Woodcock was the former
Betty Jean Cralg, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Cralg
Irs. George D. Poole Jr.. Mrs.
Mo 8. Gardner. Mrs. Frank R.
chultz. Mrs. Boylngton K. Ogan,
Irs. Woodrow C. Schmidt. Mrs. _
leoli A. Catania. Mrs. George of Margarita.
Kennedy. Mrs. Albert E. Pic-1 --------
1111. Mrs. Clarence E. Strike,:
Irs James R. Jess. Mrs Albert Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Fetersoa
Hill. Mrs. Ovidio Perez Jr. and Arrive for Visit
Irs. George S Coughlln.
irinr Group Entertained
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Peterson
of St. Peters. Minnesota, arrived
December 8. to be the guests of
their son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Maedl and
family of Cristobal. They plan to
stay until after the Christmas
holidays.
by Mrs. W. t. Thrift
Mrs. Wallace E. Thrift of Oa-
. entertained the members of
sewing group with a coffee
rty at her home yesterday
nominar. .
The guests were Mrs. Edward
Cox. Mrs. Wavne Hatting, i Language Classes ef
Irs. Sam B. Mauldln. Mrs. Carl LAWC Take Recess
Nix Mrs. Ralph H. Graham! The English classes taught by
Mrs. R. C. Carter and the
French classes taught by Mrs.
Marcel Grlngoire and sponsored
by the Colon Unit of the Inter
American Women's Cluta will be
discontinue duntll the second
week in January.
Margarita Lad Celebrates
12th Birthday Anniversary
The 12th birthday anniversary
of Richard Phillips was celebra-
ted with a party at the home of
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Noble
A. Phillips of Margarita. Sunday
afternoon. Refreshments and
games preceded the motion pic-
ture show at Margarita Club-
house at which the guests at-
tended.
Prizes for the games were won
by Jerry Dockery and Michael
Engermuller; for the balloon
blowing contest Michael Enger-
muller and Douglas Phillips.
Otner friends Invited to help
celebrate were Jimmy Powell,
Lance Terrell, Jack Sanders. Bil-
ly Rankln, Roy Hearn and Joe
White.

CHRISTMAS TREES MAk*.
ADDlMIKin ^ _. 0

"EGAD, SIR!"Shades oT
Major Hoople, or his brother,
Jake, appear in this freak of
nature. Its another of the
freakish potatoes grown by Jan
, Pardell df Seattle, Wash-
Cantata Goes On State
Tonight At Jamaica Hall
"The River Singers,"' a reli-
gious cantata which has been
i under preparation for over three
'months..will be presented to-
night at the Jamaica society a-
ditorium at 7:30.
Sponsored by the Dorcas So-
ciety of the Cabo Verde Seventh
Day Adventlst Church, the can-
tata will be conducted by a 40-
'voice choir directed by Mrs.
Ruth King.
ARRIVING
TUESDAY-DEC. 18
FRESH! BEST QUALITY!!
LOWEST PRICES!!!
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'M" Street First left over Tivoli Crossing.
No traffic jams
Ample enclosed parking space
Shop in comfort
CHOOSE YOUR OWN TREE FROM THE LARGEST SINGLE
SHIPMENT TO BE RECEIVED ON THE ISTHMUS
HfrniiittQ M*0f
[rid Mrs. Fred C. Willoughby.
jitain and Mrs. Ware
ts for Buffet Suaper
tie Executive Officer of Coco
Naval Hospital entertained
..w a buffet supper last even-
at at their quarters on the hos-
iltal grounds. This Is the third
a series of entertainment of
slch Captain and Mrs. Ware
ive been hosts.
irtinia Mauldin Has
thday Dinner
/he tenth blrthdav annlversa-
of Virelnla Mauldln was cele-
ted with a dinner at the home
ner parents, Mr. and Mrs.
nuel B. MauWln of. Gatun,
(fcsdav evening. The guests
.uie entertained with eames and
.auslcal recordings. They later
Lttended the motion picture at
M Gatun Clubhouse Theater.
Mrs. Edgar and Sons
Return from Vaeatien
Mrs. William C. Edgar
and
Annual Girl Seoul
Council Meet Will
Be Held January 23
The Canal Zone Girl Scout
Council, which is composed of all
adult members of the Girl Scout
,e uaiun ^luonouoc niw. organization, will have its an-
The guests were Andrea Lee uai meeting at Coroza! NCO
ash, Claire White.. Charlene|club on Jan 23. 1852.
res. Nancy Gibson. Beverly
The Pacific District Commit-
tee, which met on Monday of this
ce ai|u. me ij ii tee, wnicn met on ivuiujr ""
es were won bv Grace Arg0wefitj discussed plans for playing
Claire White. Favors of pen- h08t w the.ABUc District kt
rtiarpevtera were given the the annual luncheon. Mrs_P. T.
Ramona Anderson and
Jrace Argo. The prizes for the
mes
Da
arm
guests
by Dolan Christened
Phe Infant son. Robert Em-
Itt 01 Lt. and Mrs. William J.
liar, of New Cristobal, who was
pvrn In Colon Hospital Novem-
ber 17 was christened by the Rev.
father Vincent J. Rvan. CM.. In
the Church of Our Lady of the
Miraculous Medal, Saturday, De-
bember&lSol. ......
The godparents of the babv are
and Mrs. James F. McOlom
aalargarlta.
Lt. Dolan is with Cansl Zone
je Department stationed *t
argarlta:
stobal OES. Club
Christmas Party'
The annual Christmas party or
Ithe Cristobal Eastern Star Club
ill be held tomorrow, Friday,
rvening at the home of Mrs.
Villiam T-. Jefferles 1002-A. Old
Cristobal. An exchange, of gifts
land entertainment will follow
Lucas-presided at the-raeetlng.
On the agenda of the annual
meeting this year Is the adoption
of a new constitution which pro-
vides for a two-year term for of-
ficers instead of the present one
year term. It also provides for
the filling of vacancies for offi-
cers and board members which,
was omitted In the temporary
constitution now- being used.
It Includes some changes In
board members of the council.
Their term of office will be. the
same fone Vear) but provision
has been made for a board menu
toer to serve for three consecutive
terms. .
The membership nominating
committee of the Council is senrf-
in gout an appeal for suggestions
from the different communities
for officers and board members
for the slate to be presented and
voted on at the annual meeting.
*
FELIX FEATURING
FROM ENGLAND
The Famous TRI-ANG Toys
Fire Engine JEEP as illustrated
Also JEEPS, SCOOTERS & MOTORBIKES ]

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& MINIC Clockwork Toys
Scale Models that run
25 different models
$2.000.00 IN CHRISTMAS GIFT PRIZES !
Vou will receive a numbered ticket FREE with each
<3.M cash er paid charge purchasenow through
December 22. Purchase alias may also be accumulated
until they total S5.M for a ticket,
Winners will bo determined by the Panaaaa Natienal
Lottery Drawing on Sunday, December 2Jrd.
FELIX B. MADURO, S. A.
21 Central Ave.
6 Tivo|i Ave.
JUST RECEIVED . .
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PANTIES
BLOUSES
latest styles
HOUSE COATS
beautiful colors in
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fantasy decorated
SANDALS
assorted styles for all occasions
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December 15th
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PAGE TEN
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWWiPHe '*
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THrUTDA, DECEMBER IS,
Venezuela In No-Hit No-Run Win Over Colombi
i
.
Fastlich Teen-Age
League Teams Chosen
Following last SaturdaVs try-, PUMAS: Richard Smith, Chas,
out fie managing personnel of: Fears, Donald Hill, Jimmy Des-
tbe Fasllich Teen-Age Baseball Londes, Donald Huff, Roberto
Lesue spent several hours pick- Selcis, George Selcls, James Sel-
In''the plavers of the five teams by. Pedro Salas, James Driscoll,
in the iea"ue All the boys who Joseph Pustis, Danny Roberts,
have been regularlv participat-, Robt. Weinaugh, Lee Rlgby, Juan
inc in the trvouts were placed on Cazorla. Jay Clemens, Dormn
one of the teams Fulton, Robert Laatz, David Pace,
The main considerations are to Bill Therrell, Galloway.
try and engage the most number;
of" boys possible in league play
and. secondly, to .balance the
teams so that the players' and
Panama Pro
League Offers
Doubleheader
Pacific Little League Teams
To Have fI8' Players Each
PANAMA PRO LEAGUE
Omphroy Tennis
the public's interest in each team TniirrtamPri t PI a V
will be maintained throughout, UUIIiaillClll riaj
the baseball season.
Considerable tbought WM gW- TENNIS SEMIFINALS CALLED
en to the choosing of names for ,N FOl!RTH SET
the league teams. The use of
names of our communities state- Yesterda afternoon the Olym-
side major league^ teams, etc^, dc _.
semifinal match
(The Standings)
Dennis
Tuesday night the Pacific Lit- Shore,
tie League held a meeting at
which the managers of the six
teams selected players from a-
mongst the new applicants who
attended the recent tryouts held
at Diablo Baseball Park. The new
players and the team members
from last year will attend prac-
tice as a squad and the manag-
Won Lost Prt ers and their assistants will
' choose 18 players.
The six teams composing the
Pacific Little League this year therlancj, James Barnes, Frank
are Sears, Mgr. Lou Olud, and; Ammaratl, Stanley Fields, Ro-
Coach Bobby Glud: Elks, MgrJ land Salva, Walter Brown, Rich-
_ Jas. DesLondes, and Coach Ed ard Lanzner and D. Bean.
(Johnson 1-0) vs: Carta" vieja! Kunkel; Police, Mgr. Clarence The members of the Sears
Yankees (Thomas 0-0). First'Priest, Coach Jierb Newhousc;| squad are: Bud Curtis, Gerald
Taylor, James imiatead, J. Bradley, B. Payne,
Wilber, Louis Seigle, Kit Price, R. Frangiorni and L. Franglorni.
Cant Abell, Dale Dombrowsky.l The quad members o the
TEAM-
TONIGHT'S GAMES
Panam Stadium
Spur Cola Brownies (Burke 0-0)
vs. Cervecera Bluebirds (Nico-
lis). Chesterfield Bombers
James Bidwell, Charles Ramsey,
Sam Cramer, Ray Drake. Charles
Fischer and Solly Tosslen.
The members of the Police
squad are: Oover Barnes, Victor
Coln, Edward Corrigan, Peter
Corrigan, Michael Crook, Rdbert
A.F.G.E. 14 team are: John Mo-
tion, Billy Castleman, Martin
Salas, Harold Feeney, Alex Eber-
enz, John Morris, Fred Elmen-
dorf, David Reece, Bobby Wills,
John Snodgrass, Lars wlklng-
stad, Fred Hall. Jimmy Tackett,
Peru Soccer Team Score
Upset Win Over Panam
By United Press
__jy _
Kielhofer, Norman Peterson, Albert Nahmad, Dickie Snyder,
Robert Priest, Grady Robertson,! Rube Marquard, Richard Bailey,
CARACAS, Dec. 13.The Bolivarian Game
were highlighted ye a no-hit norrun baseball game with Peru and Vent
zuela emerging victorious respectively.
Fred Roe, Allan Scott, Owen Su-
game gets under way at 6:30).
or'of'using' pic Tennis Court was crowded for have the opportunity of seeing
were aroppea m '*vur "' U"J| the semifinal match betweenLii fou, teams in action tonieht
nUir^e MacTws Coneys Hele and Julio Pnula in ttei?YwTgame?atthePanamaNa-
an mals. The Macaws^"eJ5' Omphroy Tennis Tourney. The'.'--- *-.*..._ _*
Palomas. Ocelots and .Pumas l-J was postponed }n the
! fourth set because of darkness
with Pinilla leading 0-6, 6-4, 6-4,
(4-5).
were the names finally chosen.
This evening at 7:30 all
members of the managing per-
sonnel will meet in the Jewish
Welfare Board. La Boca Road.
During this meeting the man-
agers will draw for the team
each will pilot.
Firemen, Mgr. Fred Mohl, Coach Durfee, Thomas Durfee, Thomas
Ray Schneider; Lincoln Life.lMcKeown, James Watson, John
Panam Pro League fans will Msr. Paul Mohl, and A-F.G.E. 14 Watson, Roy Watson, Billy Ed-
with Joe Cicero as manager. mondson, Robert Capwell, Gabe
The squad members of the Elks! Mendoza, David Eisenman, Jesse
Lodge 1414 are as follows: Larry; Crawford, Curtis Schwarzrock,
The tlonai stadium. The first game Corrigan, Terry Corrigan, Dan Harry Elliott, Joel Essllnger, Ed-
" starts at 6:30 p.m. |DesLondes. William Halvosa, die Idyle, James Walling, R. Ar-
The weak-fleldlng Brownies ^m Klrkland, James Lovelady,
In the first set, Hele, playing
in top form led Pinilla at 4-0
and on Pinilla's service in the
fifth game two footfaults were
Saturday morning the Palomas caiied against him which Pinilla
will meet at 10 o clock at the D1-! disputed and in an unsports-
ablo Athletic Field and at 8:30 manlike demonstration threw
o'clock the Macaws and Conejos tne following points of the fifth
will report at Ancon while the game. Hele took the sixth game
Ocelots and Pumas will report at ancj won set pomt on jour serv.
8:30 o'clock at Cocoli Athletic i ce placements.
Field. Tne second set went to Pinilla
List Attached In Its Entirety I 8.4 After a rest period Hele led
In case a mistake has been at 2-i, 3-2. 4-3 but dropped the
made and some lad's name has; following three games to lose the
not been included above please i third set 6-4.
report to T. F. Hotz. player agent, I Tne f0Urth set started off with
Saturday morning at the Ancon Hele winning the first two games
Athletic Field. splitting the following two
MACAWS: Robert Glud, Jack; games, then Pinilla tied it at 3-3.
Perantie, Alfred Bruhn, Pablo; Hele forced the points on Pinilla
Salas. Herbert Norton, James; in a series of piacements. to lead
Carlin. Ronald Mead, R. Eisen-,at 5.3, 5.4. By this time dark-
mann, Wm. Black, Ken Morris, ness nad begun to impair the
Kenneth Lee. Burton Mead, Pe-, play Botn men f0Ught hard for
dro Chaluja. Harry Metzler, Tom this game polnt The game deuc.
Stewart, Jim Baughner. Harry | ed nine times and had to be call-
Cody. H. Hernndez, Ralph Lei- ed Botn piayers have agreed to
ay. Wm. Powell. Victor Walters. play over the fourth set tomor-
CONEJOS: Jeff Goodin, Larry row afternoon at 5:30.
Cotton, Sandy Hlnkle. John Ma- it ^ regrettable any argument
See, Ramn Reyes. James Reece, should arise over footfaults for
as. McKeown, Reg. Hayden,
Jack Hammond, Edw. Scott, Lee
Cotton, Charles Morris, Harold
Sorrell. John Hamma, Allen Cox,
Jos Blackburn. Bob Connor, Ri-
chard Hayden, Jas. Morton, Gary
Watkins, Esteban Coln.
William Cofer, Jimmy Green, M.
J. Dubbds, Arthur OXeary, Al-
bert White and Harry Raymond.
The Pacific Little League Ball
Park on Galllard Highway fs ra-
pidly taking shape. On Saturday
with 20 parents and about 60 Lit-
tle Leaguers on hand a four-foot
fence was erected and painted
around the outfield. Work on the
fence enclosing the entire ball
pary will be completed in the
next few days and the two dug-
outs will be Installed this week
end.
Peru's soccer players upset the
previously undefeated Panam
eleven 2-1 In the afternoon and
moved into a tie with Venezuela
for econd place in the stand-
ings. Panam remained In first
place despite the loss.
University City was flttingl
inaugurated as the Vemxuel
ans, behind the no-hit no-
pitching of Blas Rodrigue)
blanked Colombia's green teair
4-0 before 50,000 roaring fan*'
Rodriguez was the star In t"
tarlSP1 &&-WM ,marke2 dedicating monies attend
%^3&&.&3.* fe.""* * the Venezue
ended at one-all. The action was
so fast in the first period that
the players showed fatigue In the
Junta. Rodriguez had so mui
control he did not even Issue
walk. Three Colombians reachi
second period. Per might have base but only due to errors
won by a wider margin but miss- At the end of the game Rodr
will take on the Bluebirds in the
first game with Ernest Burke, a
newcomer who has not yet seen
action, toeing the mound for the
Sodamen against the Beermen's
Peter Nicolis. who will be making
his first start also.
Burke, a big righthander, hails
from the Provincial League. Nic-
olis, a portslder, had a 14-6 rec-
ord in the Class "B" Piedmont
League.
Rocky Tedesco, the Beermen's
George Trimble, Wally Morton,
John Lewis, Don Ryter, J. Ap-
pleby, Timmy Days, Bill Scott,
Joe Tilley, John Tilley, Ray
Caldwell, Bobble Adams, Billy
Hele, Fred Dube, Lane Thomp-
son, Vincent Vasll, Gordon Bal-
blrnie, Roland Dahlhoff and
Dougle Pajak. These boys are re-
quested by Manager DesLondes
to report for their first practice
to the Balboa Railroad Station
baseball park on Saturday morn-
College Basketball
Results
new shortstop, may also see ac- lnB. Dec. 15, at 8:30.
tlon tonight. If Tedesco Is ready,
Clem Koshorek will move over to
against the
Johnson.
Smokers' Connie
we have persistently mentioned
that they would be called in the
semifinals.
The rule specifically states:
"The Server should throughout
the delivery of the service: (a)
. Not change his position by walk-
PALOMAS: Michael Brandon,! mg or running; tb) Maintain
Louis Charles, Tim Hotz, R. N. contact with the ground; (c)
Dlxon, Jas. Powell, Jack Wlnk-
losky, Robert Zumbado, Ray Ba-
cot, R. Andgstadt. Dan Winklos-
ky, Tom Mclntyre, Bill Hatchett,
Robt. Lpez, Chas. Eder, Joe
Wood. John Blau, Eddy Eaton,
Keep both feet behind the base-
line.
Official Interpretation: The
International Federation on
March 5, 1929 approved official
interpretation of Rule 7 (a) and'
Kenneth Hummer, Robert Hum-, (D) as follows: <2i The server
mer. Lyle Ryan. V. Wendehake. shaii not by the following move-l
OCELOTS: Stephen Archie. ments of his feet be deemed to I
Lloyd Henderson. Edw. Kirch-,change his position by walking 1
meir, David Hllliard, Robt. Fea- or running, viz: (1) Slight move-
ron. John Kaska. Paul Glass- ments of the feet which do not
burn, Michel Nahmad. Wayne materially affect the location or-
Manley. Jos. Cicero, Francis Rod- iginally taken up by him; (2) An
dy, Thos. Kaufman, Ronald Seal, unrestricted movement of one
Harold McCarrlck, Milton Rodn-i foot so iong as the other foot
guez, Adolfo Castells, James maintains continuously Its orlg-
Eaves, Roy Jeffries. Oscar Ortiz, lnai contact with
Albert Schwalm, Ken Wheeler.
SPARTANS DRAW
EAST LANSING. Mich.
(NEA) Michigan State's nlne-
fame football schedule during
951 averaged 47,433 spectators
per game.
REFRIGERATOR GETS HOT
BOSTON (UP. Mrs. Mary
8arrls called for help when her
refrigerator got hot instead of
cold. Firemen arrived m time
to carry out her red hot ice box
and extinguish a small blaze in
her kitchen. They blamed a
hort-clrcuit in the refrigerator.
the ground;
b) At no time during the deliv-
ery of the service (I.e.) from the
taking up of the stance to the
moment of Impact of the racquet
and the ball may both feet be
off the ground simultaneously."
Pinilla's argument is that a
footbault occurs only If the serv-
er steps on the service Une when
serving. Inasmuch as the rule
distinctly defines that "one foot1
must maintain CONTINUOUSLY
its original CONTACT with the
ground, any departure from this
ru)e will be called irrespective of
who the player may be.
Quotations on footfault were
taken from the Official Tennis
Yearbook of the United States
Lawn Tennis Association.
S.E.C. To Demand
Regular-Season
Games At Campus
ATLANTA, Dec. 13 (UP)
The Atlanta Constitution pre-
dicted last night that the
Southeastern Conference will
take action to make it manda-
tory for all members to play
all regular-season basketball
games on the campus.
A proposal along this line
will go before the SEC at its
meeting in New Orleans Fri-
day or Saturday as the recom-
mendation of the special bas-
ketball committee which met
recently at Birmingham, Ala.,
the Constitution prophesied.
The issue of off-campus
games has figured in the re-
cent basketball fix scandals In
have found it easier to oper-
which bribe placers were aald
to have found it easier to op-
erate at such sites as Madison
Square Garden in New York,
without having to enter the
college campus itself.
Tuesday Night) Detroit 91, Assumption (Ont.) 40
EAST Lawrence Tech 93, Selfridge Field
50
Alma 76, Albion 67
St. Benedict's (Kas.) 52, William
Jewell 49
Ohio Univ. 73, Marietta 3
Oberlin 59, Penn 46
York (Neb.) 66, Midland (Neb.)
58
Kintner. Johnny Chase, Richard! _*_"< Albany (NY) Tchrs. 61 Omaha St. Sioux FaU (SD) 55
Morris, Fundakowskl, James Providence 55, American Int'I 49 Wilmington 85, Rio Grande 75
1 NYU 68, Yale 67
The sauad members of the Holy Cross 67, Rhode Island 64
hemYaSroW^
to toaUoumXSi Sh0rtetOpiHuddleston. Nils Llndfors, John Amherst 57 Union (NY) 37
OTheecondm will see Dave McNall Don Randel. Herbert {***! M' Swarthm.r.63
Thomas hurling for the Yankees * ^hartes fgfff "&"-.*
Jersey
Pharmacy 54
67, Temple
Price, J. B. Fortune, James Do-
ran, John Smith, Frank Town-
send, R. Wallace, J. Wilbur, Ter-
ry Allen, Jack Lubera, Oscar Ba-
ker, Robert Flumach, Tommy
Jimnez and Tommy Bowers.
These boys are requested by
Manager Fred Mohl to report to
l.vcoming 83, SUsquehanna 39
Siena 73, Fort Monmouth (NJ)
55
Arnold 77, Hartwlck 76
Wash. I Jefferson 69, E. N. Mex-
ico 43
Alderson Broaddus 62, Fairmont
W. Va.) 49
the baseball diamond alongside Be.lh*>y of the Balboa Fire Station Sat-
urday, Dec. 15, at 9:00 a.m. for a
practice session.
The members of the Lincoln
Life squad are: Bruce Bateman,
Julio Dubois, Gust. Durham,
John Engelke, Billy Engelke,
(W. Va.) 60
W. Virginia State 69, Elisabeth
City 67
Mt. St. Mary's 50, Elisabethtown
47
Mansfield (Pa.) 80, Harper 72
Rider 68, Alumni 57
Corbin McGriff, Roger Million, Franklin tt Marshall 163, Ursin-
Ralph Parker, Bobby Sander,
Billy Sander. Jerry Curtis^Chas.
Hunter,
Laatz, Tayloer
Maxon, Tommy
Ross,
Robert
Moyera
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First match must be played by
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The Pacific Coast Confer-
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ay college presidents should
be made responsible for ath-
letic policies. They will be from
now on.
The Pacific Conference has
Iiut all athletic responsibilities
n the hands of the presidents.
Up to now the Conference has
handled any violations of rules
and regulations. Under the
new set-up, the Conference
will study violations. If it feels
the case warrants any investi-
gation or punishment, the
matter Is turned over to the
school president. The Pacific
Conference is the first Confer-
ence to take such a step.
The Conference also revealed
some football television fig-
ures. Attendance shot up some
14 per cent in Pacific Coast
cities where games were tele-
vised. Attendance dropped a-
bout three per cent in cities
where television was blacked
out. Over-all attendance in the
Pacific Conference increased
10 and seven-tenths per cent.
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TROPIDURA '&
Notre Dame 65, Northwestern 54
St. Louis 62, Ca nisi us 51
Nebraska 59, Northwest Missouri
43
Denver (7, Ohio State 58
Toledo 71, Kent State 66
Lewis (111.) 69, Aurora (111.) 4
III Tech 65, 111. Navy Pier 59
Augustan* (III.) 73, CorneU (la.)
79
Westmar 55, Southern State
(SD) 43
Chadron 84, Black Hills (SD) 47
Carroll 76, Oshkosh (Wis.i 69
Augsburg 72, Rler Falls (WIs.)
64
St. Ambrose 75, Loras 68
Earlham 72, Huntington 71
Hanover 66, Anderson 52
Indiana Central 66, Franklin 59
Concordia (Ind.) 45, Griffin 36
Tri -State 61, Indiana Tech 38
Moorhead (Minn.) 66, Valley City
(ND) 66
Luther (la.) 74, St. Mary's
(Minn.) 8
MacAlester 59, Superior (Wit.)
47
Hamline 77. Carleton 67 -
St. John's (Minn.) 72, St. Cloud
(Minn.) 76
Bismarck JC 70, Minot 67
Millikin 66, Western Illinois 56
Carthage (111.) 56, Quincy (III.)
St
Chicago Tchrs. 63, Fort Sheridan
48
Ft. Hays (Kas.) 77, Panhandle A.
ft M. 46
Central (Mo.) 59, Parsons (la.)
51
Central State (Ohio) 62, Tenn
6Ute A. ft I. 66
SOUTH
Furman 73, Duke 72
Navy 75, Western Maryland 51
Clemson 85, Presbyterian 72
Wash, ft Lee 75, Virginia 53
Elon 75, Lynchburg (Va.) 72.
Geo. Washington 83, W. Virginia
81
Washington (Md.) 82, CathoUc
Univ. 71
Johnson C. Smith 82, St. Paul
(Va.) 66
American Univ. 59, Towson CMd.)
Tchrs. 42
Guilford 72, Appalachian 63
Roanoke 58, Virginia Military 56
Marshall 46, Texas A. ft M. 40
Miss. Southern 84, Florida State
43
SOUTHWEST
Oklahoma A. ft M. 59, So. Meth-
odist 45
Hardin-Slmmons 71, North Tex-
as 55
Oklahoma City 55, New Mexico
A. ft M. 46
Rice 67, Sam Houston 53
Aris. 6Ute (Tempe) 59, West
Texas 50
Texas 57, East Texas 49
St. Mary's (Tex.) 61, Texas A. ft
Stephen F, Austin 66, E. Texas
Baptist 54 ^ ..
Ouachita 75. Little Rock JC 72
FAR WEST M
Kansas SUte 64, California 50
Nevada 60, Utah State 51
Wash. State 69, E. Washington S3
Idaho 64, Montana SUte 54
Lewis ft Clark 75, **'.
Puget Sound 61 St. Martins
(Wash.) 49
Pepperdine 58, Claremant 41
Regis 68, Kansas Wesleyan 66
Carbon (Utah) 58,,W. Montana
53.
ed many scoring opportunities.
Panam sUrted with daz-
zling speed and scored the first
oal within three minutes with
ordan, Torres and Arana
teaming up for the Ully.
Per then took control of the
guez
fit
Earaded around tl
e shoulders of tl
was
leld on tr
boisterous fans.
Enrique Castillo, the Colon
blan pitcher, nd Rodrigu
staged a mound duel until tb
last of the fifth when three Vei
game and within 15 minutes tiediezuelan hits and the Colombia,
the score when Ampuero booted rlghtfielder's "~>- *.-".-"
a goal from eight' meters out.
Previously, Basso ahd Palacios
error brought ,
two runs.
Venezuela scored another ta
narrowly missed scoring. Peruijy 'lnlhVsixth'"off Castillo aH
got the winning goal In 32 mln- another ini the seventh off
after the half-time when Uever Celedonio Navajo. "
utes
Villauerte took a pass from Am-
puero In front of the goal and
booted the .ball In.
The new baseball sUdium in
In other events:
. ?.e ,^eon of Pann won thtl
individual fencing honors wltl
nine wins against two tossei
Saetone of Peru and Ecuerrf;
of Colombia tied for secern
with seven and four.
Ricardo Lpez and Jorge Mo
ales of Per won- their way
the men's tennis singles finsl
after their semifinals victor!
Wednesday. Lopez defeated Gu
llermo Vllac of Ecuador 3-6 6-
MELBOURNE, Australia, Dec. 8"3- <>-2. Morales downed Iyo I
13 (UPiTed Schroeder, 30, and mental of Venezuela In stralg
Tony Trabert, 21, of the United seis 6-8. -3, 8-2.
States today defeated Sweden's'. In the women's finals And
Lennart Bergelln, generally rat- de Brown of Venezuela Will e
ed as Europe's best tennis play-
Schroeder, Trabert
Trounce Swedes In
Inier-Zone Finals
er, and Sven Davldsson in
straight sets in the Davis Cup
lnter-zone finals.
In the most disappointing show
staged here this season, Schroed-
erat the peak of his game
routed Bergelln 6-2, 6-2, 6-4. In
a tighter match Trabert, VS. na-
tional collegiate and clay courts
champion, downed Davldsson.
Schroeder and Trabert team
up tomorrow in a doubles match
against Bergelln and Davldsson
and the Americans are heavily
favored to win.
A United States victory Friday
would send the Americans In the
challenge round against Austra-
lia beginning Dec. 26 and would
reduce Saturday's two singles
matches against the Swedes to
the status of exhibitions.
Fight Dope
The International Boxing Club
Is trying to arrange a tithe bout
between Welterweight Champion
Kid Gaviln and Charlie Humez
counter her countrywoman Ai J
dreina de Drewbear iollowia
semifinals victories. Brown
Gaby de Zapler of Per 6-3, 6-j
and Drewbear defeated Cristli
de Machado, also of Venezuei
7-5, 8-6.
Venezuela won three match
Panam one in the opening
the freestyle wrestling tourni
ment. In the finals of the flj
weight division Francisco
of Venezuela declsioned Carl?
Luzcando of Panam In tv
rounds.
Csar Hernndez of Venezue
pinned Rubn Guevara of Pa
ama in three minutes in the i
mlnation round of the feathe^
weight class.
In the lightweight ellminaj
tlon rounds Gerardo Jimne
of Panam declsioned Maro
Manco of Per in two rour
The decision was protested.
In the evening's final elimina
tlon match, Juan Pino of
declsioned Jos Plate of Ven<
zuela In two rounds In the heav
ywelght class.
Today will see the opening <1
^*a Hat. Klag Oeet, TsA
ncemeJt4tA4iSC
Sfa+U&Jj^CJKZ^
from France. The National Box- the cycling events which will lr.
Ing Association has given Gavl- augrate the new and moder
ln 10 days to sign for a defense, velodrome and the continuatlo '
against Humez, the European of the modern pentathlon fc|
welter champ.
Lew Burston, head of the IBC's
foreign department, has cabled
military teams which opene
yesterday In an exhibition con
test between the Peruvians an
Humez, asking the Frenchman to; Venezuelans, men's and women
suggest a suitable date. The IBC
previously asked Humez to ap-
Eear in one non-title fight In
his country before meeting Gav-
iln. Humez refused.
tennis doubles semifinals, Vene
zuela vs. Panam in baseball a
2 p.m. and in the evening, ope:
billiards and Colombia vs. Ecus
dor In soccer.
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TBTJBADAT, DECEMBER 13, 1951
TBI PANAMA AMMUCAI AW WDtMNDiNT DAILY NEWSPAP
PAfiE
DiMaggio Says Night Baseball Shortened His Playing Days
by
JOE WILLIAMS
Putting one little word After nother and whatever Meime
s Torchy Peden? Not to mention the six-day bike race Itself.
Add fables: Once span a tine there was a football banqaet at
whieh sliced turkey was not eryrd. Anent hie future, Joe LonU
talU the Tokyo press, "I'm still on the fenee." Hla position haa
improved, last time we saw the Old Bomber he waa en the floor.
Aifde to Jim Thorpe: What food are medals* Look what hap-
pened to Fatso Ottering.

Having managed, by design or otherwise, to give the public
an erroneous impression of the cribbing Inciden, an Ivy tower
group at West Point U urging a policy of football emasculation.
Tni group would set the military academy up as an educational
exemplar, as well as an avant guard in sport* dr-mphaia, stress-
ing the acholar rather than the aoldler. How this ean be dona
without revising the existing curriculum, the p-imary purpose of
which la to produce battle leaders, la not explained. But the
curious Idea is there, and worse, i believed to have Washington
support. Someone should tell these misguided ldeilists that West
Point I the last place In the nation an ambitious young scholar
would want to attend. Dwlght Elsenhower, for example, achieved
few outatanding classroom credits but history shows he turned
out to be a pretty fair battle leader. Was. a gwd football player,
too.
*
Speaking of Elsenhower, racing people hereabout* are still
trying to figure out why Sen. James H. Duff ot Pennsylvania waa
selected aa the main speaker at the TRA dinner here last week.
This was an evening set aside to honor 1951 turf achievements.
Supposedly there wasn't a politician In the house Vet Duff devot-
ed N par cent of Mis talk plugging Elsenhower for President. To
say the least, the talk waa Inappropriate. Perhaps It was the Sen-
ator's Own Idea, but there were some who were disposed to assign
an off-stage roll to Gene Mori. Mr. Mori owns highly profitable
track In Camden, N. J., across the river from Philadelphia. It
would not be quite so profitable If Pennsylvania ever legalised
the machines. '

Mr. Mori needs no one to lead him by the hand in the field
of politics. He managed to get Camden built derpre wartime'res.
trlction and transportation restraints, a remarkable performance
which somehow failed to win the admiration of everybody in
Washington, indeed, a national racln? blackout followed, and I
was told the Camden construction job provoked it. Several years
ago Mr. Mori took over the Tanforan track in San Francisco. Tne
ubiquitous Gen. Harry Vaughn popped up in this one. A Senate
committee disclosed that the general used his influence to expe-
dite a 178,000 repair Job at the track. This was at a time when
building materials weren't even available for veterans homes.
A word about Sandy Saddler: He's a foul fighter, period. I
protested he was equally as guilty as Willie Pep and that both
snould hare been similarly punished. Saddler's latest offenses
strengthen my feelings that full Justice waa not done. It's high
time that this young man and hla noisy, pop-off manager were
toned down.

An FBI man is to police Big Ten football despite the fact
there has been no scandal about majorettes and mink coats. Algy
Vandervilt will be happy to learn the rare bloodlines of Poundit-
out ara not to be abruptly ended. Gene Leone has mated the
noble charger with Coconmno, a Sun Briar mare. When It comes
to taxing our patience the corrupt internal revenue hoys have
already reached the limit. There Is no wa> to tell how much
th* first Saturday without football TV reduced the consumption
Of living room tippling. Watching the Saddler-DeMarco donny-
brook a fugitive football writer commented: "Dartmouth and
Princeton do this sort of thing much better."

Football's Hall of Fame lost Its moat enthusiastic worker In
the death of Arthur Evans. It waa a project to which ho wished
to devoto the rest of bis life. I learn one of the last letters he
wrote waa to this department in which he outlined plans for
including the Scrlpps-HewArd Coach-of-tbe-Year selections In
the Rutgers pantheon; the details were to be announced at the
coaches' dinner in Cincinnati next month. A sudden heart at-
tack felled him in his home.
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Knew In '49
He Was On
The Way Out
By OSCAR FBALET
JTBW YORK, Dec. H (UP) -
Joe DiMaggio Tuesday walked
down the lonesome road they all
follow sooner or laterbut he did
it with a smile of relief.
There was, naturally, the ache
of parting from the world cham-
pion New York Yankees aa a
player.
But the aches and the pains
Wltn w.iL.i a willing spirit tor-
tured a reluctant body made him
realise finally that he had to
follow Ruth and Oehrlg through
the exit'lust as he followed them
on the field of greatness.
Be had known since 1149, be
admitted, that hla days were
numbered. More related than
anyone had ever seen him, the
Yankee Clipper revealed that
he bad known since then that
he was "sliding."
"There waa always the phys-
ical pain," baseball's greatest
drawing card explained aa he
disclosed the step-down secret
he had been carrying since the
World Series.
"I took a big physical beating
last year. I remember a lot of
times when I could Just make it
out of bed. For normal living I'm
okay. But action is something
else. My shoulders and my knee
hurt even when I play golf.''
Re could have lasted a couple
more years if it hadn't been for
the arduous demands of night
baseball, he said vehemently. But
the lean, handsome man with
the piano-key smile obviously
waa glad it was all over.
"ft wasn't fun any longer,"
be said slowly. "That's why
Tve played my laat game of
bun."
Then, without regrets, he look-
ed back down the years and
spoke proudlyand without
longingof his great momenta.
"My most memorable," he re-
called, "was that 66-game hitting
streak in 1941. But for one day [
or let's say three daysI'll never
forget coming up to Boston in
1949."
Nor should he. For Joe had
been out of the lineup 65 days
with a heel injury that season
when he stepped back Into uni-
form for a make-or-break series
with the challenging Red Sox.
All he did was win all three
gamesand kill the Red Box
with four home runs and a single
which drove in nine runs.
"I guess the best catch I ever
made Was against Hank Oreen-
berg in 1939," he said. "There
was one out, and a man on first
and Qreenberg hit a ball Just
short of the centerfleld flagpole !
where it says 463 feet. I wanted
to hold it to a triple but I stuck
up my hand and there was the
ball for the out.
"But I pulled a boner on It,"
he grinned wryly. "I forgot
there were only two ont then,
and the man got baek all the
way from third."
Now, though, he was glad it
was all over. He made his deci-
sion the day after the last Series
ended"and never wavered."
The Yankees tried to change his
mind but Joe wouldn't Bulge.
Never would he become a has-
been.
So the Yankee Clipper is gone.
And, Just as they didn't find a
new Ruth or a new Oehrlgso,
too, they'll never find another
DiMaggio.
i., '
Portable Gome
To North Carolina
GREENVILLE. B.C.. Dec. 18
(NBA) North Carolina trounc-
ed Furman, 100-57, In basketball,
but the Tar Heels had to go the
long way around to do it.
Scheduled for Textile Hall,
here, It was immediately obvious
the floor wouldn't do. It had been
newly varnished, had not suf-
ficiently dried. Powder sprinkled
on the surface made it slicker.
Following a aeries of falls by
members of both quintets, the
coaches called time, made some
hurried telephone calls, located
another gymnasium, arranged
for a motoreyele police escort,
and made a mass movement to
'.he new floor.
The fans trooped along.
TICKER TAPE
HEW YORK (NBA) Dr.
Joe Alexander, original center of
the New York football OlanU, 1*
a bean specialist here.
Venezuela Fights Communism
With Third Bolivarian Games
ly HARRY GRAYSON
NBA Sports Editor
CARACAS. Veneruela, Dec. 1
(NBA) The Oovernment of
Venezuela spent more than $30.-
000,000 for one of the finest
sports se-ups In the world.
The money carn from its fab-
ulous oil discoveries.
It's the South American way
of fighting communism.
For years athletics were not
compulsory in Veneaueian
schools. Games were enjoyed on-
ly by the upper middle class.
The result was that kids left
on their own drifted any way the
wind blew, and some of Its has
been very heavy with Commu-
nistic infiltration. ,
So. Dr. German Suarez Flam-
-rlch. president of Venezuela,
and hla administration decided
that the best way to get their
boys and girls out of the rut was
to make them look up to track
and field and other athletea to
much the same way they go nut
about Chico Carraaquel. thex-
traordtnarv White Sox shortetop,
und more of their bigger base-
ball names.
This ended In the all-out
build-up of the 3rd Bolivarian
Games, held once every two
years.
ALL ARCtiTTECTimE FOIt
STADIA IS CANTILEVER STYLE
When the mist man to the
relay of runners who sped the
torch from Bogota, Colombia, to
Caracas sped up the steps of the
hrand-new Olympic Stadium, he
symbolised the unity of the an
oompetlne nations Venezuela,
Bolivia. Colombia, Ecuador, Pa-
nama and Peru.
This modern Mercury's torch
'-nited the eternal light, symbol
of the Oamea, which run
'hrough Dec. SI.
More than 1000 are competing.
All architecture for the atadla
Is of the cantilever style, no
posts. The Olympic Stadium
seats 36,000, a baseball stadium
40.000, a tennis stadium 4000, a
twin Olympic swimming pool
set-up 2000. One of the latter ha
seven lanes for swimmers. The
other la exclusively for diving.
The combined pools are aorne-
thlng to write home about We
Norwegian Champion Lauds U. S. Skiers,
Expects Big Struggle At Winter Olympics
\rmy Snort*
fort ouLicK-on the firing Agree Joe Louis
range Tuesday morning two of- CL-..IJ Cilt'lt Rinn
fleers and eleven enlisted men JilOUIQ yUll IxlTlCJ
were led along a tunnel that
opened up on a complete run-
around porthole view of the two
pools. Judges can watch under-
water form, especially the turn-
arounds In racing.
A gymnasium for basketball
seats 4000. The rifle range has to
be seen to be believed. It Is by
far the finest In the world, with
all the equipment having come
from Switzerland.
More than 10,000 men were on
the Job. each group supervised
i by an American foreman, on the
last-minute preparation to put
the atadla to shape. The boss
men cracked the whip every now
and then when the Venezuelans
gave them, "Me get leetle tired-
no?"
ATHLETES BUSY, NO TIME TO
POSE FOR PUBLICITY
The manager of the Peruvian
squad was asked to pose for pic-
tures. What an idea. It was ri-
diculous. "Senor, we are occupa-
do, muy busy, no time for la
prensa." Which meant "get lost."
In other words, they don't give a
darn for publicity. But they have
a change of life trying to get in
front of newsreel cameras, for
which South Americans are rank
suckers.
Each group la put in a very
futuristic -looking dorm t o r y,
with all the plush and lush
they've ever dreamed about.
Some of them never had it so
goodever.
I saw the trainer of the Boli-
vian team snatch a cigarette out
of the mouth of one of his track-
men and bawl the blazes out of
him.
They are taking this thlrig er-
iouslyI theenk. '
Jap Fight Experts
TOKYO, Dec. 13 (UP)Amer-
ican fight fans who say Joe
Louis should hang up hi gloves
are being "seconded'' by boxing
r
ofCth TMth'AA'Oun Battalion,
Fort Davis, qualified with the .30
caliber carbine. Of thla group,
eight are aastgned to "Dog" Bat-
tery 903rd (a unit of the 784th)
and five to "Able" Battery. 7o4th. experts in Japan.
The men and their Mores The Japanese ring-aiders were
were: I unimpressed by Louis' final alx-
"Dog" Battery, Nlrd I round exhibition to that coun-
Pfc Heriberto Coln, 176, sharp-try. The former heavyweight
shooter: 1st Lt. Clarence E. champ did score a one-round
Strike, 173, sharpshooter: Pfc knockout over Lieutenant Jim
Jos Cm, 168, sharpshooter; Pfc Doyle but wa to trouble sever-
Juan A. Mootezuma, 167. marks- al tunea in five other round a-
man: vt. Oil R Gonzlez, 155, gainst two opponents.
marksman; WOJO George D. Japanese sports writer say
Pool Jr., 163, marksman; Pfc Louis asked them to be frank In
Francisco Hernndez, 149,their criticism. They obliged by
marksman; and Pvt. Flix Oar- saying Louis has little chance a-
cla. 149, marksman. I gainst Rocky Marciano, Board
"Able" Battery, 764th Charle and the other ranking
Pvt. Alberto L. Vlea, 176,! heavy weight,
sharpshooter; Pfc Fernando Nle-1 Louis, who says he will an-
ves, 173, sharpshooter; Fvt. Juan nounee his future plans upon re-
Villanueva. 157, marksman; Pvt.1 turning home, left laat night for
8*vero Tuller, 193, marksman; i Formosa. He will appear in Hong
and Pvt. Pedro Vlez, 153, mark*- Kong and Honolulu befora re-
man. I turning to Bab Franelsco.
By JOHNNY McCALLL'M
NBA Staff Correspondent
NEW YORK. Dee. 13 (NBA)
Guttorm Berge gave a pretty
fair exhibition of things to come
the put 12 month sweeping
through this continent's finest
ski competition like a prairie
fire.
The Smorgasbord Kid stole
everything in the bouse but the
real estate.
The 22-year-old Norwegian re-
turned to Oslo the other day
where shortly he begins training
to help defend his country's up-
holatered laurels In the Winter
Olympic Games.
The VI edition of the interna-
tional Winter carnival Is sched-
uled for Oslo, Feb. 14-25.
Berge's performances on moun-
tain tops during 1951 shone like
diamonds at high noon. While
enrolled as an exchange student
at Whitman College, Walla Wal-
la, Wash., he bagged 16 first-
place medals, including the na-
tional slalom, North American
slalom and combined, and inter-
national Intercollegiate downhill,
slalom and combined crowns.
. S. IMPROVING
Despite the ease with which he
Jumped, stemmed and schussed
put New World rivals, the Nor-
wegian Winter Olympic team
member was lavish to his praise
of America's steady Improvement
In the sport.
"In the two year I have been
here," he said, "American skiers
have made tremendous strides.
They should give Norway excep-
tional competition in both men's
and women's downhill and sla-
lom event*."
He doesn't see too much danger
for his homeland in the Jumping
events, however.
"We have four men among the
world's top Jumpers," he point-
ed out. "Torbjorn Falkanger,
Hans Bjornstad, Chris Mohn and
Berger Ruud all can leap between
270 and 300 feet."
Berge said that Andrea Mead,
Rutland, Vt., and Katy Rodolf,
Hayden, Colo., are the most
promising lady skiers to the U-
nlted states; the Wegeman
brothers. Paul and Keith, of
Denver. Col., brightest discoveries
among our male competitors.
"I've skied with Andrea Mead
and Katy Rodolf. wouldn't be
surprised if they duplicate Gret-
chen Fruer'a win in the 1948
Olympics," Berge confided.
Oretchen Eraser, the pigtalled
Vancouver, Wash., housewife,
wu the first Amercan to win a
ski event, la manager of the wom-
en' team this trip.
Berge 1 a stocky, sandy little
guy with a twinkling grin that
seems to be built into his fea-
tures, an undisciplined heart,
and such an ignorance of the
emotion of fear that you won't
believe it. He's unbelievably
tough. He hu had to beto beat
the injury Jinx that has plagued
him.
KEEPS COMING BACK
In 1948. at 18 the youngest
GANGWAY__Guttorm Berge's amaalng aease of batano* help
account for the 18 first places he haa won in American and Inter-
national ski competition during 1951. (NBA)
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skier In the Oames. he hit a hole
traveling 09 miles an hour,
spralnea his left ankle and knee.
Two Winters ago he wu practic-
ing for the World Championships
at Aspen, Colo., suffered a con-
cussion, yet returned from the
hospital in time to finish eighth
to a field of 70.
"Warming up for the downhill
event the next day," he related,
"I cracked up again, breaking
my left arm, chipping aeven teeth
and suffering another concus-
sion."
That finished the game, dur-
able Norwegian youtnfor two
months.
He wu awarded a foreign
scholarship to Whitman College
the following Spring, entered
and won the ehool's invitational
ski meet at Tollgate, Ore., with
hi* arm to a cast.
You gather by all this that the
young man is very strong-mind-
ed. It's a good thing he never
decided to take up the tuba.
Berge thinks American skier
would be better if they adopted
more rigid conditioning method.
"They ride too much," he as-
serts. "Too many buses, subway::,
elevators, escalators and automo-
biles. Not enough walking. When
your legs are flabby, your skllnr
is, too.'
Guttorm Berge Is a modern
gent with old-fashioned ldeu oT
what makea a champion.
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US TR6UNCES SWEDEN
AN INDEPEND
MMm,
DAILY N1W8PAPB
Panama American
"Let the people knou> the truth and the country U safe" Abraham Lincoln.
TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAH
PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY. DECEMBER 13, 1961
Isth
mian Veterans Outfits
Keep Members; Not So In US
Local veteran groups officials progress that veterans' groups American Legion, the Veterans
said today there were signs in have brought in the past. of Foreign wars, the Disabled
the Canal Zone that member- To insure continuance of the American Veterans, and the
ship in their organizations will progress, the veterans are join- American Veterans o World
increase in the coming year. ing the organizations.
Commander E. J. Eglinton of From Washington, today came:
the local chapter of the Veter- the news that membership in
ans of Foreign Wars, believes the nation's veterans organiza-!
that "a concerted move through- tions has dropped to a postwar
out the United States to deprive low.
veterans of their rights" is _.. .Mit greatly responsible for the in- .Some ^SSU^SttSS aCh^
Jrenseri mpmhprshin fhev pvrwt cerned. Others predict that a big
,lu?,? embe p hey xp e flow of ex-servicemen will swell
membership
year.
rolls again next
zations
this year.
He told The Panam Amer-
ican that letters of inquiry and
applications that are pouring
into VFW headquarters seem to
indicate that their total mem-
bership of 1,130 of last year will
be higher in 1952.
Eglinton explained that there
Ko\eTn\Twantingnto taVe- 8amuel "EUiott- who retlred
erans'no?g;S "J Jpunem1M2T J^0?^
they will be excluded from ben- at Pacific Locks d ed Nov 6
War n.
The Legion which had a peak
enrollment of 3,326,000 mem-
bers in IMC, now has 2,728,000.
The VFW had 1,550,000 in
1948, which has dropped to
1,250,000. The DAV and AM-
VETS claim their membership
has been increasing with the
DAV now at 13S,Mt members
and AMVETS at 76,000.
The unofficial newspaper pub-1 than 120,000 above this time last
Some admit that a few mem-
bers have taken an 'Tve-got-all-
I-can'' attitude and thus are
dropping out. They claim the
number is small.
Legion and VFW spokesmen
say the drop In enrollment in
their organizations was to be ex-,
pected during the postwar per-
iod. They claim applications for1
enrollment are far above last
year's pace.
A Legion spokesman said that
these "advancement enroll-
ments" for next year are more
FIVE CENTS
SURGING TIDE OF NATIONALISMIllustrated on the map above Is the great surge f national tic, anti-colonialism unrest
sweeping from the China coast to North Africa. Long-smoldering, H was really sparked off by Japan. Although she lost World
War II, bar wartime propaganda siegan "Asia for the Asiatics*' lives on and Is echoed in the nationalism rampant throughout the
- Moslem world from Morocco to Pakistan.
The four hie veterans oraani- lne u*mciai newspaper dud-, than 130,000 above this tin
.Uon.'ta the StS"* The fi * -** 6H Je year, making it 'the best n
Samuel Elliott Ex-CZ
Busy Time In Store
For NFFE Local
After December 15
critical of the postwar drop. bershlp start the Legion has had
It says there is a feeling a- since 1940."
jmong many veterans they have The VFW make* a somewhat
gotten all the benefits Congress similar claim.
J/.-l. n: I. A-*mJwU1 "Uthorlze and therefore are It says advancement enroll-J L ,. ,
iVOrkei Die* HI UreiJOn dropping their memberships. ment will give the organization a rh* latter half of December
The newspaper also says i total of l .350.000 members by the as usual wU1 be a busy time
that veterans are dropping out end of 1952. That, however, still 'or Local 595, National Federa-
list tr '
'Merry Christmas Paydays
Advanced For PC Employes
because they feel that iheir
leaders are engaging too much
in national politics outside the
n rivpn snlrHerV oth last following a heart attack at hls nauonaipoimea outside tne
efits given soldiers of the last Portland. Oregon, ac- "P*** " veterans prob-
war
Several Puerto Ricans who are cording to information received ;
lems.
would be lower than its 1948 en-
rollment.
All veterans groups are plug-
ilp drives. They
,000,000 are in
ging membersh
figure nearly 1
taid Elliott was employed by the!
Ezllnton believes that the Canal for 30 years, and was in
coming year will bring the big- the Locks Division from 1914 to
gest rise in membership in the the time of hia retirement,
past three years. He was born Milwaukee. Wis-
Meanwhile Canal Zone De- consin, and was in electrical
partment Commander of the work In Chicago and in Indiana
American Legion, Major Leon J. for about 15 years before oom-j
Carrington also said prospects of ing to the Isthmus.
Increased membership in his or- Mr. and Mrs. Elliott have
ganlzation are "being created by lived in Portland since his re-
Judge Listens To Sad Tale,
But Orders Treasurer To Pay
tlon of Federal Employes, Pres-
ident John Kennedy announced
today.
On Sunday an open house will
be held at the clubhouse on
Chiva Chiva trail for members
and friends. A light lunch and
refreshments will be served
from 2 to 5 p. m.
On Dec. 22 the local's annual
Christmas party will be given
at the clubhouses for approxim-
ately 100 orphans and underpri-
vileged children from the Re-
public of Panama.
Christmas cheer in the form of 16, which will be a work, day in
paydays for local-rate
employes In the Canal organiza-
3M-lb. Bootlegger
On Murder Charge
For 38-Dealh Hooch
orea
tods
ATLANTA, Dec. IS. Three Negro bootleggers testiJ
"Pay receipts will be delivered (led today that Job R. (Fat>
advanced paydays for local-rate; the Payroll Division.
"Pay receipts will L.
tlon was announced today at in the usual manner and, inso- Hardle picked up and resold 3
Balboa Heights in a circular is-
sued by W. H. Dunlop, Acting
Finance Director.
Paydays for Pacific side em-
61oyes, normally scheduled for
ec. 24, 25 and 20, will be ad-
vanced four days to Thursday,
A dinner will be served and
Last spring, when Henry Nor-'enees, suspended on the condl- Presents provided for the chll-
e Korean situation." tirement. Besides his wife, he,mn Lowe 28-year-old Panama-, tion that he make restitution to'?ren;, Tnere are *l85 npJe
He feels veterans realize now, is survived by one son, George, nIan employe of the Army at the three complainants and not "cutties at the clubhouse for
Corozal, offered to set up a "pri- be found guilty of a similar of- games and recreation,
vate Christmas Savings Plan1' it tense within a year. The regularly scheduled meet-
seemed a fine Idea to his co-j ing of the local win be held to-
workers. It was understood that Lowe algbt at the clubhouse. Starting
For 42 weeks a number of them was also making restitution to't 7:30 p. m., many items of
"deposited" $1 each week with other "depositors"using funds vital interest and importance to
more than ever, the legislative also of Portland.
Lowe for safekeeping. I secured from another source.
But when the time for with-1______________________
drawal came, the "bank's" assets p -y
had evaporated, according to rOrmer Z-OniOn
testimony heard after three de- .. _
Bpsitors hailed Lowe into Balboa U|P agistrate's Court yesterday for w..#.
converting the fund's to his own News of the eath of
Lowe had a sad Ule to tell. & cta%3&*%
The money had disappeared KEf^S! SKli .'
from his desk, his homf had ^^a,naSCansJ early thU
burned down and he had family "thJ" .^'M?1' ?Vk h"
troubles 'i been received on the Isthmus.
The Court, however, fined She was 68 *'"* old'
civilian employes of the armed
services will be discussed.
The discussions will lead up
to resolutions to be presented
to national headquarters In the
form of a legislative program.
far as practicable, in time for gallons of poison whisky after
distribution and payment as pro-1 they told him it was "bad an
nosed," the circular stated.,killing people.''
"However, in the event of un- The three State witnesses-
foreseeable circumstances delay; fingered the 360- pound ex-con-
the processing and delivery of vict as the man who sold ther
pay receipts so that payment the brew of mountain moon-
Frlday and Saturday of next; cannot be made as scheduled,1 shine, wood alcohol and well
week, with the pay car In oper- employes may receive their pay; water blamed for the deaths ofl
atlon on Saturday, Dec. 22. Saturday. December 22. from the 38 persons here.
Atlantic side employes will also pay car on the Pacific side and They took the stand in a na-i
be paid on these dates, although at the Cristobal office on the At- rade of second-dav witnessed
the Pay Office will only be open lantic side. called by Fulton County solil
from 7:15 until 12:15 o'clock on I The exact pay schedules fol- ertor Paul Webb to support hil
Saturday. The payday next low: charge that Hardle hi anilltl
Thursday for weekly employes of. Pacific Side: Thursday, _20thJ 7 murder.
the Terminals Division does not payments advanced from Mon-
represent an advance, being reg-l day, 24th.
ang-
ularly scheduled for that umve. .,. ,,,
In order to make the advance!,Sffr nm Ti# Krah
in pay days possible, overtime T*KrdsT2tad^Sv^S:nav-
i will be required In the F .-j J*^#:M*5d-#K w*an*
rH/MPKIN BUMPKINS-Jurt a couple of pumpkin-heads are
these characters on display at the farm of Harold Humbert near
BurUngton, Wis. The ir -.s .re squashes. The Humberts built the
colorful pair in celebration of the 1000 pumpkins and squashes
they harvested this season.
Lowe $25 on the three counts and
gave him 70 days In jail sent-
CLU-MTC Meeting
Listed For Sunday
The regular monthly meeting
i of the central Labor Union and
Metal Trades Council will be
held on Sunday, starting at 8:30
a. m at Balboa Lodge Hall.
Chief matters of importance
to be discussed will be the In-
structions to be given Legisla-
tive Representan tlve W. M.
Price for his forthcoming trip to
Washington.
Banana Boat Sinks
Off Puntal Alegre
The coastal banana boat Em-
presa, en route from the Darin
z!"^ *ncLMl?; puiabury had to Balboa, sunk yesterday at
Al be required In the Fi-j ^^i'. *%a,^
nance Bureau and the coopera- m,ei>tfMfi?Tanced from
tlon of all bureau and division; "iiii'V?: -M.. ,-..* 9Mv>
timekeepers and employe, whol-*"?"? SS:,*; **?"
distribute pay receipts has bew'Sffi DlTUlon ***** Py-
be2ne^uesWetoe^iverhSm|l *&*'. Met payments ad- Ne, who called himself
hSi mSbu to JW BSi nBMd <*V. * "bootleg wholesaler," said hej
endtaa Decenfber^ IS^notlatel toturday, 22nd, paymenU at Weems and rater William.
Richard (Snookiet Weems.
Negro who identified himself
a "bootleg runner," said he told
Hardle that the "liquor was bad
and killing people.
He quoted Bardie's reply as*
"There's not a damn thing
wrong with it. Tve been drink?
ing it myself."
L. O. Rigglns, a well-dressed
than Sunday morning, December
National Pistol
Champ Stationed
At 33rd Infantry
resided in Washington since helpunta Alegre.
retired from the Armv Medical this morning.
Corps in 1945. Her death occur-
red at their home, 2128 Connec-
ticut Avenue, N. W., after an
illness of six weeks. Feneral ser-
vices were held at 8t. Paul's
Church and Interment was at
Arlington Cemetery.
Mrs. Pillsbury resided in the
Canal Zone- for three years,
from 1936 to 1939, while her
husband served as Chief Health
Officer. At the time of his re-
tirement. Oen. Pillsbury was In
command of ThSyer Army Hos-
pital in Nashville, Tennessee.
All of the crew were rescued
after the mishap, however, and
some of them reached Panam
City this morning aboard an-
other vessel.
They brought word that the
Fmpresa had b*en beached, and
is under repair
THE SONGS OF CHRISTMAS
M/Sgt Huelet L. Benner. who
recently won his fourth Na-
agents learned tional Pistol Championship at
San Francisco has been assign-
ed to Tank Company of the 3Sd
Infantry Regiment.
Benner won his first Nation-
al in 1947 and has won every
year since, with the exception
of 1950 when the Nationals
were not fired. In 1948 he was
second on the Olympic team at
London and in 1949 he won the
The coaster xcas originally duei^l* a.mP.L0.nShip &t BUM10S
for northbound transit of thel^"- Argentina,
(anal this morning She is own- He has ever 1000 gold me-
ed by Fernar.d Espiau of Pana- d*18 and numerous trophies and
rii. and Is under charter to Luis values his collection at over
$8,000. He has won everything
from a TV set to a Gold Type-
writer. There were only three
typewriters made of gold, one
was given to Oen. Elsenhower,
one to President Roosevelt and
one to Benner. In his collection
Is thex famous Hassen Trophy
which was part of the Oerm
Sllvert exhibit in the 1892 World
Fair.
Benner has over M gu.na
which he uses in competition.
He fires in so many countries
that the large assortment is ne-
cessary to conform with each
countries weapons specifications,
His plans for the future In-
clude participation in the Na-
tional Mid-Winter Match at
Miami. Florida, In March and
the 1952 Olympic Games at
Helsinki, Finland, in July. He
also wants to defend his World
Championship at Oslo, Norway
in August, 1952.
office advanced from Tuesday, another Negro bootlegger, com
29th.
Congressman Reed
To Be Guest Today
On Radio Program
IT. S. Congressman Daniel C.
Reed will be the guest speaker
plained again to Hardle and
the pudgy ex-convict picked
! 37 gallons of the deadly con-
coction. They said he re-sold lt|
to another "dealer."
Dr. Herman Jones. Fulton I
County "crime doctor," testi-l
fled that the moonshine Hardlel
Is accused of stirring up with!
a broomstick had the effect to|
"embalming its victims alive."
He said the 90 to 100 gallons
mixed could have killed "upl
to 1,900 persons" if ail had been
consumed.
on a program sponsored by the
American Legion Auxiliary over
a Coln radio station this even-
ing at 6:30.
Reed, who 'led the fight in
Congress for the repeal of re- RALBA TIDES
troactive Income tax for the Ca- Friday Dae 14
nal Zone, will depart tomorrow High la-
morning aboard the BA Cris-,4:ag a. aa. mV-,
total- I :41p.m. liSSilS:
CMcvm dtodow
MORE EFFECTIVE SUQER
Las Combres Council
To Discuss Important
Issues Next Monday
Several important items will
be up for discussion at a meet-'
ing of the Las Cumbres Civic
Council scheduled for Monday
at 9 pjn. in the home of Mr.
and sirs. W. R. Byrd.
The agenda Includes discus-
sion on the burning of Christ-
mas trees after the holiday sea-
son, on a possible award for
the best decorated home and
approval of plans to build a
clubhouse for the council some-
where in Las Cumbres.
At the last meeting, in which
discussions centered around the
; telephone problems of Las Cum-
l bres. It is reported that 40 of,
the N families Irving In the1
I area attended.
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