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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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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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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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PANAMA, P.. P., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1*51
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Egypt Will Arm Private Citizens, Punish
one

With British
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Hooch Killer'.
Sentenced To Life
ATLANTA, Dec. 14 (UP) John R. (Fat) Horsy,
the chunky bootlegger who admitted concerting the poi-
son moonshine which killed 38 persons lost October, was
convicted of murder here yesterday and sentenced to
life imprisonment. .....
A recommendation of mercy from the oll-wkite |ary
which deliberated for three hours and 10 minutes saved
the 360-pound ex-convict from death in the electric choir.
The panel found him guilty
specifically of the death of John
W. Blount, a Negro victim of
the bad whisky spree, on a
murder count charging commis-
sion of "an unlawful act which i
tends to destroy human life."
Hardy received the verdiet
ealmlv and made no statement.
Hla attorneys, who had contend-
ed Hardy guilty only of bootleg-
ging said they had not decided
whether to appeal to the state
supreme court.
The case went to the Jury at
10:30 a.m. after Sol. Oen. Paul
Webb demanded the death pen-
alty for a "calculated, thought-
out scheme." Assistant Solicitor
William Hall, to an tmpaaitned
6lea for conviction, declared
ardy "has no more retard for
human Ufa than Sherman had
for fire."
Hardy had, taken the stand .
to admit in ,an unsworn state*,
ment that he mixed the deMVj
brew of moonshine whisky, woo*
alcohol and well water with a
broomstick in a ranted barn,
but he denied he knew iU lethal
qualities, He claimed he drank
some of the deadly popekull
without ill affect*.
Ex-Protestant Pastor To Be Ordained
Catholic Priest; Will Remain Married
MAINZ, Germany, Dec 14*-- (UP) Rudolph
Goethe, -Protestant pastor, will be ordained as a Catho-
lic priest here oo Dec. 22 and will be permitted to re-
main married, according to the office of the Roman Catho-
lie-Bishop Dc Albert Stohr <
Goethe, an ex-rvahgelical' preacher and hir wife
were converted to the Catholic faith-several years ago,
according to a spokesman at the Main? bishopric. He said
the ordination will be performed by Bishop Stohr.
The bishopric's apoicesmaa said permission for
Goethe to continue in a married state as a Catholic priest
had been given by the Bishop, who has agreed -with Ger-
man Btshops that this be allowed in the case of convert-
ed Protestant pastors. .
"He said that the Pope, however, had reserved the
right to decide in each case personally One, requirement
for receiving this special permission is ih.tr the would-
be priest must have been married, before in the Catholic
.faith.'
Sabres Get 14th
Mig In
TOKYO. Dec. 14 (UP)United i the armistice is signed;
States Sabres shot down their 2) Both sides may rotate
fourteenth Mig In 24 hours to-; up to 5,000 troops a month
day. and damaged three more.! (This is well below the present
Some 74 Sabres and 110 Mlgs, Unieed States rotation sehed-
tangled in two dogfights ovar ule.)
North Korea, one in the mom-' 3) The neutral observer
ing. and one" in the afternoon.; teams proposed by the Reds'Si'ti.Tinn. hirh
The United States pilots found j hall be under the ultimate popping 1 rom behind
CAIRO Dec. 14 (UP) Egypt moved todoy to arm
private citizens.
At the same time an Egyptian underground in the
Suez Ccnnl Zone was placed under a unified command,
with the aim of stepping up the terrorist campaign against
the British.
And in a further series of moves which brought An-
glo-Egyptian relations to a new low, Egypt last night re-
called her Ambassador from London, transferred certain
Egyptian agencies from Britain, and ordered the punish-
ment of anyone "collaborating" with the British.
Ordonez Orders Cops To Act,
Atrest Anybody Carrying Arms
the Migs more alert than they! authority of a joint United Na-
were yesterday, when the Sabres | tlons-Communist commission,
shot down IS. instead of being Independent.
No Sabres were lost in today's But the new Communist pro-
fighting, but a Thunderjet, a'posals still ignored the United
Shooting Star and a Mustang, Nations demand for a ban on
were lost to Red ground fire, the construction of new alr-
A heavily censored dispatch' fields during the truce, and for
from the central front reported j the right to replace worn-out
a Communist plane bombed; equipment.
United 8tates Installation 10: --------------'
miles south of Kunsong today.
The Superforts bombed Com-
munist troops and supplies In
i the same area.
"El Oayyar." a bullet scarred won't know a taste ef peace
veteran of the Palestine war, till they leave here."
will take over the Liberation; Ibrahim Yehia Bey. president
been of the legislative section of the
palm' Egyptian State Council, said
French Bishop Tells
Flock To Disobey
Preventive-War Call
CAMERA SB* 'Tat" Hstrdy
tried to escape being -photo-
graphed on entering court.
Verdtct: Ouilty. with reconv-
mendation lar mercy.
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Gl FacerDrtitik
Charge When Auto
Delays PRR train
Minister of GovexJanV ^ >>ti[the Secret and uniformed
Juatlee Miguel A. 0rdo^%|Kation^*jUee to. ***e -
anyone found earrying aesffi sja%-e*ftftsf students.
"regardless of their political af-
filiation."
The order followed a distur-
bance on Central Ave. and "J"
Street yesterday afternoon re-' ... n
portedly provoked by "War AS Thief RetUMS
Footing" (Pie de Ouerra) meat- _. .
f the partido Liberal i i- Jo Insane Asylum
Along the front line there waa
light to moderate patrol ac-
tivity.
Meanwhile at the Panmun-
Jom truce -talks .the Communists
_ barked down and agreed to per-
spa- mlt United States troop rota-
Korean an
Jail Tem Revoked
US Jet Ace
Boosts Bag To
12 In 16 Days
trees, surging across sand dunes. | today that a special commission
and sniping from rooftops to had completed work on a law
kill British soldiers.
He said today: The British
which would permit the arming
of private individuals "to guar-
antee public security."
Informed sources said that
suspected Communists and so-
cialists would still be prevented
from carrying arma.
The sources believed that
eventually all private arms
bearers would have to Join Gov-
erment controlled "volunteer
groups."
Back from months of combat! In Alexandria. Farouk Uni-
service in Korean waters, the versity today decided to make
battleship USB New Jersey show- military training a compulsory
it up In Balboa harbor this.course for 6.000 students,
morning en route to Norfolk. Va. i The university was studying
Pausing only long enough to a proposal to prevent students
pick up Panama Canal pilots, the from taking their final exams
Big J" immediately started her,if thev skipped their military
*J- P*m****-.i* She UttTGpfrf CVatbal this casTKrteT^eBg^abrogat-
Big J's 1,585 Men
To Gel Coln Leave
Starting Tonight
isWfcni U1HH II i tasavfoi morrcommunlst Miar1 trtl
'point in these three
. fgaws:
I) ThSj permitted limit Of
troops and war equipment In
Korea shall not increase beyond
the level they stand at when
ig in flames yesterday to 0ver.
is one-man bag to 12 Bed
tadero.
Owners of a dental lathe, an
Armeo wun suca* ano <* "electric motor, a .22 rifle and
supplied by a car which^ drove a ^ oJ hunting YnoU Ioun(J
of the "Pie de Ouerra" attempt- session of a young vagrant
ed to attack a group of striking have called at Balboa Police
Master Sergeant; Myron Rabon students. Eyewitnesses said sev- Station to identify their pro-
LYONS, Dec. 14 (UP). Powell, of Coroaal, who lost eon- eral policemen" played the role perty. .
Monalgnor Alfred Ancel, auxi-; trol of his car at Pedro Miguel of spectators.
liary Blahop of Lyons warned railroad crossing early'last night. ..___. _... ... J But 17-year-old Ottllo Case-
French Catholics today that wl fsice a drunk-driving charge * *'mP*' whIch. tle.a * rea, who- was ..found carrying
they will have to disobey their, h, Balboa Magistrate? Court Vbti, traffic along the two streets ror ^^ ^tit through the Gaviln
.. lt j.ii__,. . _.i._ i almost SO minutes, waa pre- .w-_+ .in t-,.h mnm
vented by some of the by- * bout 3T"f^' m^Z
standers who gathered when:taf.varffl n<" be charged with
government, 11 it follows the afternoon.
United States into a "preven-
tive war." Powell was arrested after he
In an article published in theran his car onto the platform ot
weekly, "Easor," the Bishop said the Pedro Miguel railroad station
that ta case of a preventive when he failed to make a wide
war the "obvious duty" of a right-hand turn.
Catholic la to disobey. And if
the dlaturbarrce started. Several having stolen
fist fights took place as a re-
sult.
it.
Instead the yonng Panaman-
ian has been returned to Ma-
Mlntater Ordnes said that.tlaa emendes Asylum in Pan-
forced into uniform, he I The venicle dropped to 4he complaints have been lodged, ama CTty from which he had
should do so only after solemn.railroad tracks only three mm-: with the Secret Police that some escaped.
protest. lutes ahead of a northbound of the individuis taking part
Monalgnor Ancel la well-known freight train. in recent elashee between strik- when- Canal Zone police
for h|a theological and social lng and non-striking students found that Caseres was a Ma-
wrttinga. He Is also an assistant The freight was delayed some > have been carrying guns and,tias Hernandei patient, a Jail
to Cardinal Pierre Oerller, five minutes while an Army truck! displaying them at the first iSamtfnoe Imposed on him for
ArrhbUhon of Lyons and Pri-'pulled Powells car off the right-1 sign of a flgbt. vagrancy was revoked by the
mate of Gaul. of-way. Ordonez today also ordered Balboa Magistrate.
crashin
boost his one-man bag
planes destroyed in 16 days.
Davis, a World War II veteran
who has been in Korean air Com-
bat only a month and a half,
paced United States Sabres to
the biggest victory in jet war-
fare history.
emoon for
lng and sent two other plum-
meting to earth in the after-
noon.
In the two engagements, out-
numbered U.S. pilots shot down
a two-day stop- ed the ** uglo'Egypilan
'treaty in October at 177 Evp-
tians killed. Including 33 police-
men, and 438 Egyptians wound-
ed, and 21 Britons killed ST
wounded.
El Gayyar is reported t*
have plain for launching
raids ea British troops and
installations which would fag
exceed the recent ambush in
which 1 Britons were killed.
El Oayyer himself said ninS
out of 10 members in his mov
Aboard the Big J are same
Si officers and 1.5M enlisted
men, who will have shore leave
daring the battleships brief
stay.
The g87-foot New Jersey is no
..stranger in Canal waters. On
Outnumbered US. planes shot: Apri] 2J of this year, she passed
down or damaged 18 Miga through the Canal southbound
The slight, easy going Sabre, on ner way to Korea to fight the
pilot from Lubbock. Tex., shot communist aggressor. Then she
down two Mlgs yesterday morn- was Just out of mothballs. Her ^ toel un_
crew Included a large number ot d th tat Egvptlan leader
Naval reserves with battle ex-
perience.
In a matter of weeks her 16-
der the late Egvptlan
Col. Ahmed Abdel Aziz.
He said his secret resistance
movement was divided into an
13 Mlgs. probably killed two oth- lnh' Z were"tea"rig" practice. ,u.nreveale! numb*r ot ba,t-
enand damaged one. I ground targets to shreds.
lions, each 300 men strong, and
Por Davis, a 31-year-old vet-:"'vot'Ve'arterwar'cf thev were'armed with automatic weapon
eran of World War II Pacific air &-" ntvo on the enemTin and explosives,
combat, it brought his personal Ron along with 'the ship* 5-1 He said it would Work on a
: Korean toll to nine Mlg Jets shot lncn jg-, ,nd ^ mm. anttalr-|bit and run sir
down, one probably destroyed crtft weapons.
and one damaged.
After taking part
I not the time
tlon."
"Nou- la
for full scale ac-
He also has downed three Red
Tupelov bombers and damaged a
fourth.
NASTER ANSWERS Bert
K.- Naster. Hollywood. Fla.,
businessman, testifies before
the House Wavs and Means
subcommittee investigating
tax scandals. He waa question-
ed about an alleged $500.000
shakedown of Chicago lawyer
Abraham Tettelbaum.
Davis, who haa become
known tat Korea as the "mil-
lion-dollar" pilot, also shot
down seven Japanese planes
daring World War U, when he
piloted Thunderbolts and Mus-
tangs.
Davis shot down his first plane
njin mMug i^oit In some Of- -# ,. -
the most intense combat oper- M*irorC"C''S t Made
atlons of the Korean war, the
New Jersev has been replaced on
the fighting line by the battle-
ship USS Wisconsin.
The New Jersey will dock at,
Norfolk, where honors will com-
memrate a member of her crew;
who was killed In action.
Besides her military comple-
Van Fleet Warns Communist Air Force
i yesterday morning when the 8a- th _. carrvlm
Sa.SlLNnlTita1 nunAeft c'Sn^guesCT'lhe
n?u Vmtu Cfl^S .nt .""SecreUry of the Navy, including
SU tulW2LI \l' fl.!T businessmen and newsmen,
other Mlg down In flames. rantain rvanru Mprorkle
i In describing his third and
fourth kills, Davis said:
USN commands the New Jersey.
$5 Worth Of Noise
The fourth motorcrrHst to
face Balboa Magistrate's Court
this week was fined $5 that
mornlnc en a charge of having
failed to provide his machino
with a muffler to prevent un-
necessary noise.
He was Gerald Franklin Fox,
lS-year-old American.
A witness told the court that
Pax's cycle was making a*
much notee that It
Hke a trip-hammer "
Could Turn Tide In Korea Any Time
off
SOMEWHERE IN KOREA. Dec. | Following Is the text of qua- tion point requirements win be the
"We first spotted'the Migs
to our right and the colonel call-
ed us In on them. I called my
squadron and told them to hold
their fire until we got In close.,
"At about 250 yards we all1
opened up and a couple of sec-.
onds later there were five para-
achlevement* of individual = Joans Hubby Shoots Agent
But She Denies Any Romance
14 (UP) Gen. James A. Vanjtlotu asked Van Fleet, together lowered ka the near future, be- combat units. However, m var- hopes to increase test and rrlax-
Pleet said yeiterdry that the with his answers: cause we must maintain combat ioua phuea of the campaign ltVlon trips for both officers and
United Nation ha-? won a -- 1) De yen think the' Chinos effectiveness. Is necessary to remove certain men."'
Jor victory" In Korea, but he and North Koreans are retting "I am as anxious as anyone on units from the identification list I 7,) If there la a cease fire,
HOLLYWOOD. Dec. 14 (UP)
what will yu de to keep the
Stb Army busy?
warned that the growing com- stronger every day af the cur- the command level that our men for purposes of military security."
munlst air fleet might turn the re -t lull in the flghtingt return home as quickly as possl- O Pa yea beHeve the Com-
tlde of battle'at any moment. fes, indeed, the Chinese and hie. but w eahnot send our vet-: munkat* ever eonld act atron(
The United Nations ground Net i Koreans are geltt I n g erans home until replacements eneugh to push the Sth Army
commander added, hdwever that str.-^er every day during the. are available. t out af Korea? i remeto efficient. When "it is not
"we do not anticipate" a Red alrjcu-: int lull in the fighting, and "It Is Imperative that we main-: ""The 8th Army will never be j fighting t* must work at its trade,
offensive toe big for United Na- even before the lull occurred. tain an arfny that has axpe- pushed out of Korea .as far as seeking to improve lta technlave.
Uons air forces to handle. "For several months, the (Red) rlenoe. Otherwise, w? should be comparative ground strength Is "In the ewent of a cease fire
ly must have had their culls up
there today.
"We got them before they even screen actress Joan Bennett to-
dropped their tanks. dav tearfullv denied any rom-
"The first one I tackled onto! ance wlth actor-g aent Jen-
started burning on the first nlns Lang. 40. whom her movie
burst It snapped over and the Droducer husband Walter Wan-
An army must be kept busy to Mig started down Just as the pl-| eer. 55. shot In the groin In a
Jepleous rage vesterday.
Lang, the father of two chil-
lot balled.
The other
Mlg was right
front of me when I looked up
in
I
Van Fleet was handed a list of supply and replacement activities lnvltlne disaster." concerned between the enemy and pending any decisions on the' the pilot bailed out.
eight questions which United have been Improving.. It Is rea- 31 Who won the war? ,and ourselves. 1 top policy level decisions that' Davis started flying air com-
press correspondents had found sonable to believe that the ene- "Without question of doubt, the mavor mav not affect the status bat mission over Korea only a-
were the ones most often asked, my la building up his strength United Nations forces have scored 'The point of balance lies to of the 8th Armv In Korea we round Nov. 1. He shot do-.-n his
by front-line soldiers in Korea. I Juat as the United Nations forcea a major vletory In Korea. 'the air. If the enemy throws in shan train, train, train. ""' two Pneeboth of them
In an, exclusive reply, he said are doing. -1 "When the Communist aggres- his Manchurian potential and we MlgsNov. 2a.
the United Nations are in no; "We are not hitting the enemy sor invaded South Korea, the pa- don't have enough additional air "An a-my'can never know lta.
danger of a ground defeat in the as hard now as we were seversl ramount task of United Nation* power to combat that threat, business too well."
disputed peninsula. months ago, and therefore, he la forces was to repel th* Invader then the 8th Army might be Jec~ 8) la there coins to be an ex-
-The point of balance lies In not suffering m much. and throw him back across the parrllaed. pandad training wwgram for
the air," he said. "If the enemy | "He la much stronger to the air 38th parallel. The 8th Army and "At the present time, we do not
throws to his Manchurtan (war-ithan he waa two months ago. and attached U.N. forces have ac- smt'-inete that possibility.
dren, la lying unconscious In
hit him T^thj rjod burst and MMway FoipitiJ. He I* expected
to recover.
plane* potential and we don't it la reasonable to assume that compuahed this mission
4) When will the names wf
flrhrtng wait* in
leaaad*
ave enough additional air pow- his ground forces gre also con-
er to combat that threat, the 8th siderably strengthened" by ae-
Army might be jeopardiaed."
The four-star United States
General commands the U *. 8th
Army, which incudes 11 the
Uniied Nations ground units
fighting to Korea. i
placeman ts."
t) ta there1- any chance # "Identitv of the fighting uniU
speeding up rotation b- tpsrae in Korea will be made known ah'
lng ftae rotation paint reentre- Dec. 14.
meats? "it is the policy of the 8th Ar- mum to' ret and relaxeWon trips, quest for
"It is impoasipla that th* rota- my to credit as Much aa peaaibti At this sime, unless the military equipment.
S) Be yon expect there will
be mare freouent leaves to
Seenl and rest and relaxation
trips to Tokyo for flghtlag
snen?
"As the military situation dlc-
traooe In Korea after a ceate-
flae? Will ther be more recrea-
tional gear for troops sent in?
"As pointed out in previous an-
-wcs. there will he more training
in the event of an armistice.
Wanger languished in Jail last
night on a charge of assault
with intent to commit murder.
Joan said her re'atlons wl*h
T.ng were strictly business, a-
bnut a forthcoming television
show.
Wanger said he waited sev-
LONDON. Dec, 14 (UP) A "al hours tor his wife vester-
thiek. silver fog rvahied Lon- dav afternoon in a parkins lot
don today. 'across the street from the Be-
SMpplng tood still in the verley Hills police station,
great port. I When she and Lang returned
Trana were running un to to her car. Wanger said, he ap-
three hours behind schedule oroached the couple and fired
London Psraiyzed
I By 'Silver' Fojr,
There wlB also be an expand-1 London Bound food trucks, tvo shots, one Uttme I ane and
tatee, we will provide the maxl- ed recreation program, with are- moved In convoys led by "he other nicking the fender of
added recreational, torch-be-ring guides who walk-! Jen's cr.
'ad ahead.
Jean Bennett... it was ''strict!)
buslnesa"
in New York last Januarv that
he would "shoot anybody who
Wanger said he warned Lang I broke op my home.

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Labor News
And
Comment
Shadow Boxers
THE MAIL BOX
ON THE CLOSING OF DISPENSARIES
Mall Box
What has happened to the move to close the local dispen-
saries?
NEW YORK The very same
high command o the nation's
pro-Communist labor network
which blasts Wall Street and
American Capitalism, recently
met here secretly and heard
Harry Bridges reveal how their
knowledge of strikes about to be
called by their radical union:
could make considerable per-
sonal fortunes for themselves
on the Stock Market and Pro-
duce Exchanges.
Summoned, by a special let-
ter from Harry Bridges, to Par-
The people of the Isthmus do not want these dispensaries ior A in the Hotel New Yorker
doted, do not want to be forced to take more time from their on the morning of Oct 10 the
work In order to go to Gorgas Hospital for attention, do not want country's ten nrn-nn'mmiinit
to be placed in a position in which they will be attended by a >u^wSmn*3EE&
different Doctor almost every time they need medical attention, fstened1 tothe weten lnnY
do not want to repeat their life's history to each doctor, do not ihn "men? rhtof HlrT, th.
want to be forced to climb the steep steps which lead to Gorgas ^"em "*?!*' wTH? e
Hospital when they are not well, do not want to sit an entire | aTities,K?reaht1etLby onB strJ*e,s
afternoon in a clinic awaiting attentions, altho an appointment ~~ ana Jne, fn Pces which
has been made for them which means nothing as far as being f?me u,t. 0l these walkouts in
taken erre of at the apDOinted hour is concerned, do not want !ine,'1r ,lelds-
to wait from three to six weeks for an appointment, thev do not i These scarcities also Jump the
want to walk up and down stairs or take elevators to report to a i va'ue of stocks and commo-
clinic, then, on another floor, report to pay the cost of the visit, dltles such as sugar and cop-
then return to the clinic and wait, then to another floor for Per.
medicine. Thev do not want the dispensaries closed because Then, as Bridges cynical-
they have proven through the years of their service to be savers | ly pointed out to the ten
Of human life, to be an answer to physical difficulties which
need attention aside from hospitalizatlon, because the people
have received immediate and competent attention, because they
go to their doctor who knows them by name, their doctor who
knows their medical histories, knows their reaction to medicine,
because, in case of nccident, they can have immediate attention
hear to their homes.
In every periodical we read of the shortage of doctors and
nurses. This anticipated move to close the local dispensaries
will not help that condition, but will lnciease time spent bv doc-
tors in going over past'histories etc. with each patient and it will
necessitate more time taken from work for employes who need
medical aid.
The local dispensaries have been proven to be a readv and
blessed help to the North Americans and their children who are
so often below par In this tropical climate.
The Balboa Dispensary is closely accessible to the school
students, the school athletic fields, the swimming pool, in other
words it is a protection and is ready with immediate aid. in case
of an emergency, to our youne people. The last time I was in
the Balboa Dispensary, a mother carried in her child covered
with blood and bleeding nrofvselv. The child was given im-
rredlate attention, in fact a doctor jumped from his desk and
himself carried the child to the treating room. There was no
winding route to travel to Gorgas Hospital, no hunting for a
Sarking space, nor no long steps for the mother to travel with
er Injured child in her arms. The child was given attention
within minutes of his accident.
I want to as'; the officials who are forcing this move to close
the local dispensaries.
i"1?0 the- know of any rrodern communities where emer-
' treatment and medical attention is not made easily avail-
able.
. Whv the move to close the local dispensaries Is being
forced against the will of the majority.
OIf they themselves have ever had to drag up the steer"
tecs to Gorgas hospital when they were weak and ill (everyone
cannot be fortunate enuf to own a can.
d)If thev themselves have ever carried a sick child up
those Gorgas steps, from clinic to pav desk, from clinic to pres-
seription window, and down the steps again, to a bus.
eWhy a move is being forced which will necessitate em-
ployes taking more time from their work to obtain medical at-
tention. .,...- .;....
1What Is theultimate gain, in their opinion, in forcing
a move which will cause difficulty and dissatisfaction among
those who are living on the Isthmus.
Gorgas Hospital is an exception?Uv fine institution for those
who are confined to bed and need nursing care. Also. It Is ex-
ceptionally fine for technical work which cannot be done in the
locai dispenserins.
The local dispensaries are equally important to the com-
munity in the service which they give Thev are a necessitv.
Why cannot they continue as they have In the past many years?
Isthmian North American
ANOTHER OPINION OF GORGAS
Dear Sir:
You had a letter in your column some time agoI think It
was signed "B. J." (no doubt a staff writer for Gorgas HosnltaD
praising Gorgas to the skies, and even going so far as to include
a slogan (apparently coined In a moment of madness'"Next
to God there Is Gor*as Hospital." (Not very flattering to those
who believe in God!).
At the time I first read this I made a few oral comments
under my breath, but didn't get around to mittine them in
writing. Now I've lust come from Gorgas after fighting the
bettle of the admitting office, and am in just the proper fram
of mind to express myself on Gorgas Hospital In general and
the above-mentioned letter in particular.
"B. J.'s'.' slogan is essentially correct, but is grossly mislead-
ing In Its present form. Correctly expressed it should read.
"Next to Porras there is God." They come In that order, at least
ehronoloic?lly .and the interval between them is a short one:
Gor-as Is fine if your ailment Is of the "home treatm*"'-'
variety, or If you're prepared to go on from there to the next
step in the slogan. Otherwisedon't kid us, "B. J.".
Unconvinced
men around- him who con-
trol machinery at the very
core of our defense pro-
Communists who know
when to buy early and low
and sell high can make
themselves considerable mo-
ney.
One of the eleven bluntly
'lurtcd:
"We could make It happen."
Another snapped back with:
"Like Kennlcott Copper.'
There was much gayety over
all this, and Bridges, leaning
back in his chair at the center
of the table, then boasted:
"Louis and I can make more
money tipping off gamblers on
sugar futures."
This reference was to Louis
Goldblatt, Harry's financial ad-
viser, who also master-minded
the long Hawaiian strikes call-
ed by Bridges' pineapple and
sugar plantation and ware-
house workers, which have cost
that Island community scores
of millions of dollars.
Feeling his oats, and being
In command of the group (sec-
ond-in command was Joseph
Selly. head of the American
Communication's Assn., a pro-
Commie union strategically
placed inside Western Union
and our national and Interna-
tional communications services).
Bridges then spoke of a spe-
cific stock.
"I tell you,' he said in that
high-pitched Cockney accsnt of
"this one. went from 18 to
his,
U.S.RG.AL
SUPER-RIBBED TRICK TIRES
21 and paid as much as a buck
six bits, but never less than a
dollar and a half"
Suddenly one of the group
reportedly one of the few sin-
cere revolutionists among them
Ben Gold of the Fur Workers,
spoke up.
He had been irritated by
the stock market discussion "
and the plans, spoken of
earlier, for an assault by
the lettifs on price con-
trols. This latter technique
Wat part of the traditional
Marxist policy of creating
as mveh confusion, chaos
and difficulty among the
icorHnn class as possible so
that they would turn for
help to the Communists.
"You are engaged in a shake-
down of the American people,"
the voice said.
There was raucous laughter
nnd Bridges condescendingly
tried to explain to his Intel-
lectual superior why this was
a good tactic, comrade.
Then talk turned to the im-
mediate business of the parley
Joe ^elly interrupted once to
read aloud one of my columns
and then refer, to newspaper-
men as "punks."
At great length. Bridges
explnined why he had call-
ed the top ten to the par-
ley. Listening to him were
the leaders of unions con-
trolling American electronic
production, copper mining
and smelting; West Coast
and Hawaiian warehous-
ing, shipping and fruit
growing; communications;
some atomic energy produc-
tion and research; jet ma-
nufacturing; some govern-
ment workers, and a score
of other vital industrial ac-
tivities.
All this is tied up in a hand-
ful of men Albert Fitzger-
ald. John Clark, Bridges. Gold.
Selly, Abe Flaxer. Arthur Os-
man. David Livingston (who
Should We Pay Blackmail ?
By Stewart Alsop
TEHERAN, Iran. There is one way in which With American support, the National Front
the United slates could rather easily gain a might become in time an effective counterweight
useful measure oi internal Influence in Iran, ai to the Tudeh. As the recent Communist-led
toe same lime a.eiting me lmmeuiale uanger antl-Mossadegn riots suggested, the Communists
of Soviet control o this vital country. and their Soviet masters are aware o this pos-
The way to do this. Would be to embrace, as sibllity.
it were, the aging Dr. Mohammed Mossadegh, Yet the fact remains that for the United
fondly pressing large sums of money into his States to subsidize Mossadegh, although It might
outstretched hands. pay off here in Iran in the short run, could
This is exactly what Dr. Mossadegh himself, only have disastrous consequences in the long
who is quite aware that his regime needs large run.
sums of money to survive, obvlousiy expects. For one thing, it would amount to kicking our
signilicantly, every attempt by an American major ally, the British,'right in the teeth, thus
oflicial to deal wiui Mossadegh has followed subjecting the Anglo-American alliance to an
about the -same pattern. almost Intolerable strain.
Dr. Mossadegh always blandly agrees that the Moreover, it the United States elected to enter
lost oil re vede triust to made up somehow If a,- popularity contest with the British in such
economic chaos"here is to be avoided. countries es this, where the British are hated,
But when it is suggested that it is therefore the British would certainly retaliate elsewhere,
ih Iran's interest to reach some rational com- as In the Arab states, where the United States
piomise agreement with the British, he shouts, is notably unloved,
in his peculiar French, "Never in my lile." In abort, all hope of an agreed, joint Anglo-
And when it is then pointed out that eco- American policy, which alone can save the Mid-
nomlc chaos may well usher the Communists die East, would automatically go down the drain.
Into power, he claps his hand to his forehead. Mossadegh's position, moreover, is not really
emits a loud, doleful laugh, and cries: "Too bad as strong as it seems at first glance,
for us, but also too bad lor you." Mossadegh himself is no doubt willing to pull
His meaning is perfectly plain. 'Unless the the trigger of the pistol -which Is aimed at his
United States steps in and makes up the lost head. It is this willingness which lends force
revenues, the Communists will take over.
This will be fatal to Dr. Mossadegh. But it
will alsl be fatal to the United States.
Mossadegh Is thus rather in the position of a
to his technique of blackmail by threatened
suicide. But the pistol is not pointed at his
head alone.
The rich men of Iran's small, powerful ruling
man pointing a pistol at his own head, and de- class are by no means eager to be strung up on
manamg a large sum for not pulling the trig- lampposts by the Tudeh.
The sudden growth of open opposition to Mos-
sadegh here derives largely from the growing
suspicion that Mossadegh's technique may not
pay off, that there may be no American rescue
party after all.
Indeed, it begins to seem just possible that
ger.
The pistol, of course, is the Tudeh party, the
well-organized Communist underground here.
As far as Iran alone is concerned, there would
be something to be said for paying Dr. Mossa-
degh for not pulling the trigger.
The British have certainly been rather less Mossadegh may fall sooner than seemed at all
than brilliant In their policy in Iran, and the likely a short time ago.
hatred of Britain of which Mossadegh has made If not, we can only rely n the courage of the
himself a symbol Is perfectly genuine. young Shah if a Communist coup really becomes
Mossadegh has certain other sources of real Imminent, preparing in the meantime to move
power. A key supporter. Mullah Kashanlx, a In quickly with decisive aid for any Iranian gov-
cheerful. ruthlessly fanatical Moslem priest, eminent with which It may be possible to deal
largely controls the National Moslem Holy War- on a rational basis,
rlors, the local version of "Murder Incorporal- This policy of watchful waiting involves, to be
ed."
In a country where politicians have a casual-
ty rate comparable to that of combat infantry-
men, control of this sort of organization is a
political factor to be reckoned with seriously.
sure, a hair-raising risk. But it is better to take
the risk than to succumb to blackmail.
Imitators of Mossadegh's technique are al-
ready active, notably in Iran and Egypt.
If Mossadegh's blackmail pays off. new black-
Moreover, Mossadegh's heir apparent, a tough, mailers will spring up everywhere. The fact is
able, younger man called Hussein Makkl, has
been slowly transforming the National Front,
at first a loose coalition of ambitious politicians
and fanatics, into an org' 1 political force
that to make the first payment to a blackmail-
er is to begin a process that has no end at all.
/*-. -*iht. 19M. New York Herald Tribune Die.)
.
George Al'sn
By DOUGLAS LARSEN
WASHINGTON (NBA) The one man in And It ivt; i. so happens that Vlnson U prob-
'.he United States who probl .' can make tha ably even a closer personal friend of Allen s
shrewdest prediction as to who will be the pre- than Truman. They are poner-playing cronies,
sidentlal candidates in 1952 is George Edward Even if somebody else is selected as Demo-
Allen, cratic candidate, Allen is his friend. Allen is a
He is most easily identified as George Allen, buddy of every big-shot Democrat in the coun-
the White House Jester. The implication in the try.
tarted the -Brini th ^ title that Allen is merely a jovial buffoon Should Oeneral Elsenhower be nominated by
t h e Boys couldn.t ^ more inaccurate. the Uepublicans and then win, George Allen
Allen is a cool, mart individual who has would main Just as welcome a visitor to the
parlayed a marvelous. Ingratiating personality White House as he is right now
into big money and a position of Influence in When the General was called to Washington
^wiY mumim
MERRY-GO-ROUND.
Back Home" movement In the
Orient when It was the Com-
munist line to get American
B r y son
Maurice
troops out of t'<" K
back In 1945. Hugh
Julius Emspak and
Travis.
Bridges told them they were
together to create a "minimum
command and to examine the
organizational strength of each
of our organizations.. geogra-
phically and industrially, .and
to pool resources..."
There were to be "concrete
workable plans,' Selly said, for
>"n area American government and business enjoyed by recently by th/ Prestlent, the only purely social
^radically no other person In the country. event was an evening with Allen.
Allen's unique status behind the national It was Oeorge Allen who handled the whole
scene, as all of hu innumerable close friends deal on General Eisenhowers purchase of a
admit, is due to "who" Allen knows and not farm in Gettysburg. Perm. It gave the General
"what" he knows. That's true. But Alien also residency in a state with a lot of delegates to
happens to know a lot of "what." the Republlran National Convention.
Allen's reallv close association with President The way Allen has become associated with
Truman began during the '44 campaign when important people is amazing. __
Truman was running for Vice President. Milton Elsenhower, the General s brother be-
Allen accompanied Truman on moat if his canje a good friend of Allen s back in ISM when
travels during that campaign, helping write his Milton was working for the Department of Agri-
. speeches, ironing out problema along the way culture. ,*.. . ..?.,
lt(jndiognenera.ly being a genial traveling com- ^t^ff-J^^^%S^
Truman, like evervbodv else who has had untU later in the early stages of the war when
much association with Allen, became very fond Allen was in London on a special mission for
of him. The President's door la always open to Preatdent Roosevelt.___
him. In his hilarious book. "Presidents Who Have
Thus, if the President gets another four years. Known Me." Allen tells how he predicted that
Allen's co Portable and Influential position in Ike would get the job of European commander
But what If the purely by aeddent one night at a big dinner.
When his prediction came true, he says, every-
; important industrial areas.
By the time they broke up,
four hours later, they had com-
pleted plans for city-wide de-
monstrations, shop action
I'rikes). parades and a broad
' ard television p-or-^n-iJviVh"-"rn U undisturbed
r-T-- n to erte thr.fresi: nt does not run?
Keat.ip 'r'l unre'*.
And It's all rolling now.
jrOttW ft ARSON
Drew Pearson says: Another elusive mink coat has been
in the Justice Department; Alien Property Custodian
under scrutiny by Sen. Wley; Friends get rewarded
through Alien Property.
WASHINGTON. Another mink coat has been dancin
around the Justice Department or, rather, the ghost of a mink
coat. >
It's one of these will-o'-the-wisp, now-you-see-lt-now-you.
don t-see-it garments that was seen on the wile of a Justice De-
partment official about a year ago, but which Is seen no more
The coat, beautiful as it was supposed to bs. Is probably not
as important as some of the political maneuvering around th
Allen Property Custodian. *
The general public may not realise it, but the Alien Property
Custodian handles millions of dollars worth of property seized
.rom the Germans, Japanese and Italians during the war
,. wever, a mink coat worn oy the wife of a government of-
nc ai these days is getting to be like arson, sabotage or treason
80 2*i down * the JusUce Department to Investigate
The husband of the lady, Harold Baynton, the Allen Pro-
perty Custodian, I had never met before
. .. !?ct!l?d "* a n,ce ^y and willing to open up every de-
t.ill of his life; so I felt sort of like Mr. District Attorney pry-
ing into his wife's wardrobe, especially since he was at that
time under investigation by OOP Senator Wiley of Wisconsin
Senator Wiley, I had learned earlier, had taken an Inves-
tigatory interest in the Allen Property Custodian after his bre-
ther-in-law, R. D. Jenkins, had been turned down on a case
oM l 1* international Silk Guild, of which Jenkins is an
The Silk Guild wanted to collect several hundred thousand
dollars from the U.8. Government, which the Alien Property
custodian seized during the war as Japanese funds.
The Silk Guild claimed they were not Japanese funds, but
their own funds. '
However, the Alien Property Custodian finally ruled they
were funds which the Japanese had set aside for advertising and
tncrefore belonged to Uncle Sam as alien prooerty, not to the
811k Guild and to Senator Wiley's brother-in-law.
PAY TO OLD ROOMMATE
However, this occurred soma time ago, and today I think
Senator Wiley is right in a general investigation of the Alien
Property Custodian. ^^
Meanwhile. I proceeded with the investigation of Mrs Bayn-
ton's mink coat.
u ??e.,mmk..coat\ had herd. was given to Mrs. Baynton by
Harold Horowlts, who draws $27,800 as president of E Leits Col
the former German firm which makes Leica cameras
Since this alien company is now operated by the Allen Pro-
perty Custodian, HorowlU keeps his lob partly at the pleasure
of Baynton. F w
Originally Horowitz got his Job through Herbert Bergson a
former assistant attorney general, who turned out to have been
Horowitz's roommate at Harvard law school.
Running the Ldtz Co. is only a half-time Job so $27 800 la
pretty good pay, though in fairness to Horowitz It should be not-
ed that when he took the firm over, it was on the verge of bank-
ruptcy. Now it's making real dough.
Horowitz also gets an expense account of about $15,000 a
year, and Baynton's predecessor, David Bazelon. now a Federal
Judge, questioned some of his expense items, Including a re-
torted $2,000 for a trip to California.
In fact. Bazelon, on one occasion, picked up the phone and
Instructed Horowitz not to spend a cent mors without his oksy.
Incidentally, the profits from alien property go to US veter-
ans who were imprisoned by. tha Japs and Germans, so every
dollar paid out on expenses means that mucn fSjp> them
Baynton told me, however, that he examinedHOrowltz's ex-
penses and found them to be okay.
Another interesting angle is that Horowitr, haying got his
job as president of the Leica Camera concern through his old
roommate, Herbert Bergson, Is now paying aforesaid Bergson
$],<;00 a month as a legal retainer Bergson now being in private
law practice.
... 5*r'nia fPktaed thttthe-Leltv the Fair Trade Act, and Bergson, former assistant attorney gen-
eral in charge of the Antitrust Division, is an expert on this
MRS. BAYNTON'S MINK
After going into all these things, I came round to the lese
agreeable subject of thtr mink' coat.
I pointed out that Mrs. Baynton had been seen in a mink
coat last winter and It was reported that the coat had been
given her by Horowitz In return for government favors given him
y Baynton.
Baynton adijiltted that his wife did have a mink coat last
Christmas, but had only borrowed it.
"She felt sire deserved a mink coat," he explained. "We were
hi the full flush or Just being appointed assistant attorney gen-
eral, and I guess It went to our heads.
"I owe quite a bit to my wife." Baynton continued.
"When we moved here from the West to finish my law
aegiee, I got a Job at $1,200 a year and we lived on my wife's
money. In fact, she used up moarof her money before I finished
studying law.
"However, we still had some bonds saved up, and we could
hve bought her a mink coat in fact we even figured on buying
one wholesale. But then last Christmas she borrowed one."
I asked if she had got It from Horowitz, and Baynton ad-
mitted that she borrowed It from Mrs Horowitz
"When did she send It oack?"
"After two months."
PEARSON'S MEAN STREAK
"Wasn't that about the time Merle Young was getting all
that publicity on his wife's $8,000 mink?" I asked, yielding to
what my wife calls "that mean streak" In me.
Baynton denied this. He said his wife hr.d sent It back be-
fore the furor over the Merle Young mink. He had been embar-
rassed, he said, because his wife told various people she had
found the coat under the Christmas tree.
"It was a beautiful coat," he sighed "and you know how
women are especially when their husbands have an Import-
ant new job for the first time."
I said I did now. I didn't tell him, out I remembered one oc-
casion when my wife got quite, quite Irritated so, much so
that I finally went out and bought her a fur coat. Alter that
she resumed speaking to me again.
I pointed out to Baynton that he had told my assistant and
the press chief of the Justice Department conflicting stories
rt r,ut his wife's "borrowed" mink, and asked him which was
light.
He replied that my assistant had not pressed him hard
rnough. and Insisted that he was telling me the truth.
Personally I wasn't quite sure how to take Baynton's story,
so I've decided to let the reader judge lor hlnuelf.
But one thing I'm sure of Is that while m.'nk coats are im-
Soitant, some of the other scandals going on In this town
rom the graft in the China Lobby, to the B. and O. Railroad
RFC loan, to Guy Gabrlelson's Carthage Hydrocol-loan are
a ict worse than Mrs. Baynton's mink coat
NOTEThe Leltz Company is the same firm on which Attor-
ney General McGrath has appointed two of his close associates
as directors G. Merlyn OTteefe. who .uns McGrath's Chrys-
ler-Plymouth agency, and Harold G. Paul, who Is vice-president
of McGrath's Federal Savings and Loan Association In Provid-
er e.
That leaves the most likely Dmoeratic can- body In London thought h was a .great friend
dldate as Chief Justice Vlnson -------- of the General a.
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President, Cashier, Lumberman
Held For $800,000 Bank Fraud
THOMASVILLE. Ala., Dm. 14
I (UP). The FBI arrested a
[bank president, a woman cash-
lieei and a prominent lumber-
Iman here today In connection
I with an $800,000 shortage that
Imay figure In a new Senate In-
vestigation.
Theyy were Identified as Pres-
ident J. Moodf Drinkard of the
IThomasvllle Bank & Trust Co.,
his cashier, Mrs. Myrtle N. Mc-
ICroby, a stylish widow, and V7.
IP. Stutts, president and owner
lot the Stutts Lumber Industries,
|lnc.
The FBI said Stutts covered
I part of a $780,000 overdraft at
the bank with a portion of a
$455,000 Reconstruction Finance
Corp. Loan which already had
drawn the attention of the Sen-
ate's Permanent Investigation
I Committee.
Residents of this small south-
west Alabama town got wind of
the Investigation yesterday and
there was "a mild run" on the
bank but bank spokesmen said
business was running normally
I today.
Drinkard and Mrs. McCrory
were charged with making false
entries at the bank and Stutts
was charged with misappro-
priating bank funds.
A' Senate Banking Subcommit-
tee Investigating the RFC had
become interested in the Stutts
loan several months ago, when
it received Information that
Rep. Frank W. Boykin, (D., Ala.)
had been interested in the case,
the case.
The permanent committee
headed by Sen. Clyde R. Hoey
(D., N. C.) also had planned to
make a preliminary Inquiry
into the loan but may first
await the outcome of charge;
against Stutts and the two
bank officials.
Drinkard was arrested at his
home here, where he was re-
ported confined by Illness, and
U. 8. commissioner Alex T. Ho-
ward of Mobile, Ala., was re-
ported en route here to con-
duct a bedside arraignment.
Stutts was arrested at his law
office In Grove Hill, 18 miles
south of here and Mrs. Mc-
Crory at the bank, where she
has been cashier since 1935.
Both were arraigned at Mobile
and placed under $10,000 bonds.
The FBI said Stutts had be-
nefitted by about $700,000 of
the shortage totaling more than
$800,000, and had used $330,000
of the RFC loan obtained In
1048 to reduce an overdraft
which then totaled about $780,-
000.
He till owes the RFC about
$330,000. It was reported.
Editor Earl L. Tucker of the
Thomasville Times said this
town was "shocked" when a
iart of the news leaked yes-
erday but there' was no rush
to withdraw deposits when the
bank opened as usual today.
The FBI and the Federal De-
posit Insurance Corp. have been
investigating the case for weeks
and representatives of the state
banking department and other
agencies had been at work here
for several days.
Sanio Domingo Frees
Captain, 1 Crewman
Of Vessel 'Quetzal'
CIUDAD TRUJLO. Dec. 14
(UP)A court of appeals hand-
ed down a verdict today acquit-
ting the skipper and a mem-
ber of the crew of the "Quetzal,"
which was used for an attempt-
ed Invasion of Santo Domingo.
Both Captain Alfredo Brito
Baez and Nelson Alcides Brito
Salomon were absolved of all
responsibility of crimes allegd-
ly committed against the secur-
ity of the Dominican state.
The court also reduced from
30 to 20 years the prison sen-
tences handed down to the other
members of the Quetzal's crew,
which comprised five Cubans
and three Guatemalans.
On acquitting Brito Baez and

MEMBERS OF THE CONGRESSIONAL PARTY
ed Mlraflores Locks yesterday and took a trip
Gamboa. Shown here at Mlraflores Locks, t
Harold A. Patten of Arizona; Mrs. Patten; To
Jacobs, Military Assistant to the Governor; M
of Pennsylvania; Representative Walter M. M
sentatlve Frank T. Bow of Ohio; Mrs. Bow; M
G. Aandahl of North Dakota; Mrs. Yorty; Mr.
California. Lieutenant Governor and Mrs. H
their trip from Pedro Miguel to Gamboa.
who are visiting the Isthmus this week visit-
through Gaillard Cut from Pedro Miguel to
he visitors are (left to right) Representative
mmy Patten: Lieutenant Colonel Marvin L.
ichael Patten; Representative James F. Lind
umma, of Pennsylvania; Mrs. Lind; Repre-
rs. Aandahl; Mrs. Lalor; Representative Fred
Lalor; Representative Samuel W. Yorty of
erbert D. Vogel accompanied the visitors on
Bandit Gets Teeth
But No Money
8T. LOUIS (U.P.) William
Thorton, 58, was without his
false teeth because of an annoy-
ed bandit.
Thorton said a masked robber
forced him to put up his hands,
grabbed the dental plate
from his vest pocket and de-
manded the victim's waUet.
Thorton said he had left his
wallet at home.
The bandit, angry, stuffed the
false teeth Into,his own pocket
and escaped.
Brito Salomon the court ruled
that they had acted without
criminal Intent. Both declared
during the trial that they were
working for the government
while the were away from the
Dominican Republic. The Domi-
nican Navy Chief of Staff con-
firmed their testimony.
The others were found guilty
of plotting to overthrow the gov-
ernment and other crimes
against public order.
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A complete line of ever popular
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JEWEL BOXES
in genuine leather or plastic material...
some are musical
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1952 SWIM SUITS
latest fashion styles
Lovely DRESSES,
for sport, cocktail or evening.
YARDLEY SETS
Perfumes Colognes Sachet
COMPACTS
with watches with rhinestones
enameled Figures and Plain
RONSON and DUNHILL LIGHTERS
FINE FRENCH PERFUMES
PLAYTEX SUPFRFOAM PILLOWS
Beautiful NYLON LINGERIE
Sheer... sheer HOSIERY
lovely shades
Gorgeous HANDBAGS
for cocktail and evening too!
HANDKERCHIEFS
Swiss made
Pretty SCARVES
all colors
BLOUSES
a lovely assortment
PERMANENT PLEATED SKIRTS
all colors
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SHICK ELECTRIC RAZOR
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RONSON LIGHTERS
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Six months without refilling
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PEN and PENCIL SETS
KENT PURE BRISTLE BRUSHES
KENT PURE BADGER
SHAVING BRUSHES
FITTED CASES
ENGLISH BILLFOLDS
with keytainers
NEW TIE CLIPS
SILK AND RAYON ROBES
FORTNIGHT CASES
LUGGAGE
DUNHILL PIPES
SPORT SHIRTS
SWIM TRUNKS
PAJAMAS
PORTFOLIOS
zlppered English leather
PLAYTEX SUPERFOAM PILLOWS
King slxe
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Make their dreams coma true.....
We have more toys than ever before!
EXCITING WHEEL TOYS
Tricycles
Automobiles
fire Engines

Mobo Horses
Tractors
Police Cars
Scooters
Wagons
Bicycles
ARMIES OF ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD!
FORTS CANNONS -- TRUCKS!
POLLS! DOLLS! DOLLS!
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Artistic HIGH-BALL STIRRERS
Grand sired ASH-TRAYS
In green clear crystal
BRIDGE and CANASTA CARDS
in plain or fancy materials
KEM WASHABLE CARDS
Plastic GLASS-HOLDERS
to attach to the legs
of your bridge table
Christmas WREATHS
of dry leaves
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FOR THE HOME...
BASKETS of Christmas flowers
Attractive CENTER PIECES
Lovely FLOWER POTS
in brass frames
Adorable Modern
CHINESE FIGURINES
to ornament your book-shelves
Artistic Modern FIGURINES
to decorate your home
LAMPS
Modern and unusual table lamps, torchiers bridge lamps,
standing lamps, swing lamps- A few smart models of
of flower pot and lamp combinations
TABLE LIGHTERS
Individual PLASTIC MATS... variety of colors.
ASH-TRAYS
Table models in modernistic designs In metal
and crystal. Standing models combining a wrought
Iron* stand with handsome modern metal tray.
CLASS and CRYSTAL
Salad Bowls with division for two salads and two saucer
Hors D'oevres Trays with toothpick holders
Lazy Susans for a variety of uses.
ROSENTHAL CHINA
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FRANCISCAN CALIFORNIAN POTTERY
different patterns
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Flatware and Holloware
ICY-HOT Items
BEDSPREADS
of aU kinds
$5.00
$2,000.00 IN CHRISTMAS GIFT PRIZES!
In will receive a numbered ticket FREE with each $5.H cash or paid
charge purchasenow through December 22. Parchas* slips may also
be accumulated until they total S5.ee for a ticket.
Winners will be determined by the Panam National Lottery Drawing
on Sunday, December 23rd.
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FRIDAY DECEMBER 14, 1S51
E.rht. autocrpnhcrl moies of
mvsteries by Miss Kathleen
More Knight, known to may
Isthmians a a result of sev-
eral Tisits with friends here, are
monf? the books rjlaced In cir-
culation duriiiR the nast week
oy the Panama Canal Library.
Three of the titles are new
to the Library. "Borderline Mys-
tery." "Dvine Echo," and "Panic
In Paradise." the setting of the,
last book is Vscamonte, Pana-
ma, the home of John O. Collins;
local attorney, who retired as
General Counsel of the Canal
organization, in 1941. and Mrs.
Collins. Two of the leading
characters in the book are Dat-
terned after Mr. and Mrs. Col-
lins.
Eight additional copies of |
"Panic in Paradise" are on or-:
der
The other autographed copies
presented to the Library by the
author are:
KENOVA. W. Va. (U.P.)
Kenova uses a bell in the tower
of its town hall to call police-
men from thair beats when trou-
ble breaks out. It will be replac-
ed soon, for a good reason.
Following a tradition that be-
gan in revolutionary days, the
bell is tolled each time a crime
is committed. The officer pro-
ceeds to the city hall to get the
complaint and then tries to ar-
rest the wrong-doer.
However, the big bell has prov-
ed a virtual "liberty bell" for the
criminal, since he hears it the
same time as the officer. The
town is now awaiting the arrival
of a two-way radio for its cruis-
er car.
New Jersey's Palisades are
formed by a massive vertical wall
Of rock rising more than 500 feet j
above the Hudson river.
"Birds of Ill-Omen." "Blue lngs. Bolivar; The MacArthur I
Horse of Taxco." "Design in I know. Kenney.
Diamonds." "Intrigue for Em-;
pire." and "Stream Sinister." FictionThe image of drawn
The complete list of new sword, Brooks; The fortune;
books at the Library follows: tellers, Flemmlng; Borderline
The ChurchPublic relations I murder, Knight, Dying echo,1
manual for churches. Stuber. i Knight: Panic In Paradise,
Applied science Copywrighti Knight; The gift, Nuttall.
protection in the Americas. Pan |
American Union; Sheet metal: Gift replacementBirds of ill
ihoo practice, Bruce. omen, Knight; Blue horse of
Fine arts Architectural Taxco. Knight; Design in dia-
monds. Knight; Stream sinister,1
drafting,
mor.l
Biography
Svensen; Goya, Du-
Selected wrlt-
TERRY
BINGO
Tanay!
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TH* UOJWT IN AN PPCWT TO PW*WT
M MALL A TMtmWT A* POSISL* ...
FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS
Say That Afain
BT MERRILL HLOSSER
PrKOUS LAMB .'"*> THINK \lM AFRAID SOME-
WHAT MIGHT HAVE- HAPFEN6D THING- DlLJ
Knight;
Knight.
Intrigue for empire,
CONE FISHIN'A North Korean officer, member of the Com-
munist group at the truce conference site at Panmunjom, Korea,
tries his fishing luck in a small stream near the meeting place.

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HAM ILTON
You ran be sure you're giving the finesl when yon give
Hamilton. For only Hamilton live up to all the aland-
ard of fine watchmaking. Tested accuracy and tirna-
endnring beauty have earned for Hamilton the title,
"The Aristocrat of Watches."
Gen.ro/ Agmts for Panama: IMP A, S. A.
Aportado 493, Panama, U.P.
OH, DEAR. MR-
SHAW'S CAR .'ANO
ALL BKAUSe 1
DIDN'T SET My
BRAKES CARE-
FULLY ENOUGH/
Just look }Wmerb have i .heard 11 see what tOu mean/ I
AT MY can// THAT BEFORE?
ALLEY OOP
A Really Big Deal
BY Y. T. HAMLfN


It's gonna be easy, Dancer tv |
TO FILL THAT CHRISTMAS LIST
with gifts that really suit!
Alert PANAMA MERCHANTS are using
Radio Station HOG
to tell shoppers about their
sparkling selection of gifts!
I MAY HAVE TO GIVE
UPOOOLA'SRARTIN
THIS RESCUE...BUT
I'LL TAKE A FLASH-
BACK TO MOO
BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES
AH,HA!5HE'S
DONE IT.' SHE'S
SOT OOP'S BIG
DINOSAUR
NOW TO SET OFF
THE GOLDAN6E6T
RESCUE EVER
OVERLOOKED BV
HISTORY/
Thanks, Little Man
BY EDGAR MARTIN !
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Sit Still
BY LESLIE TURNE!
CHRIS WELKEN. Planeteer
Non-Fraternal
B* RUSH WINTERBOTBAM
I'M SORR/
CHAN&IH& OVtt
DIRECTION
CJ&5EO IHCOH-
VENIBSCE.Z
FOKOT TO
WARN VOU.
MY WOKLD
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I USE YOUR PHOUE.OR IU ITHE AUTHORITIES
HArTA KOUSH YOU UPABITl/BUT MY WORD'S AS
GOOD AS *JURS! ANO
THEYU BE MOR*
INTERESTED IN MV
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of watts' ware*
VIC FLINT
All Clear So Far
BY MICHAEL O'MAI.I.Ei
ILLA'S POF
A WOMAN YOU
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HER HAIR...
USING LIPSTICK!
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On Second Thought
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HOW'6 THIS FOR A GCAND
FIJALE TO OUR ACT, MA30R?
CARP PULLS THE
ARTILLERY WHEN X
TCLL THI ONE: WHY"
DO 6PAt?R0W6 WORRY
ever mor^img? because i
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BY OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
By OSWALD JACOBY
Many canasta players still
fave trouble with the rule about
making two melds In the same
lank. Perhaps the difficulty Is
lhat the rlue goes one way In
[>anaata and the opposite way
Samba (three-pack Canas-
la).
Let's take Canasta first,
rou're not allowed to make two
Jiilds In the same rank. The
Ixampie, you may not put down
\ meld of three kings and then
knottier meld of three kings. If
rou do so by mistake,' the two
nelds must be joined together.
Sometlme's there's a real
Ihubarb over this type of meld,
fc player needs 120 points for
his first meld and tries to put
(own K-K-2-2 and another
Jield of K-K-2-2. He is told that
his meld is impossible and that
lie must Join the two melds.
JACOBY ON ilUDM
BY OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
Then he discovers that the
nelds cannot be joined because
Ihey would then form a canasta
>ith mofe than three wild
lards. It seems that there's
pothlng left for the poor player
do but to climb up to the
[oof and jump off.'
Actually there's a less drastic
lolution. The player may put
town some natural pair to ac-
[ompany one of the deuces. If
he cannot do that, he must pick
lip the whole meld as an insuf-
ficient meld. In that case, his
fide needs 130 points for Its
nltiai meld.
Another problem sometimes
ornes up In this connection.
ou meld fbur kings and three
'lid cards, making a canasta.
ater on in the same hand you
kcquire the other four kings
knd three more wild cards. Can
r'ou make a second canasta of
igs? No. You may add the
pings to your canasta, but you
nust find some other way to
nake use Of your three wild
Yards.
The rule is exactly the op-
llte at Samba. Since that game
Is played with three decks (and
fix jokers), you have twelve
fcards in each rank. You are
allowed to make rnorfjthan one
eld in the same caqfc in this
ee-pack game.
Mind you, eren in Samba yot
kouldnt put down two sepa-
rate three-card or four-card
nelds Of the same rank. That
rould Jtiat be silly. However,
bnce yo have completed a ca-
nasta in Samba, you may start
new meld In that, rank; and
tau may even complete a sec-
ond canasta.
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3* Pas* 3*/ Pass
3N.T. Pan 4? Paj
Past Double Pats Past
Pan
Opening lead* Q
"I wish you would point out
that there's often more than one
dummy at tr.e bridge table,"
writes a correspondent. "This
".and Illustrates the point.
"My partner, West, opened the
queen of club.1;, and dummy play,
ed low.' I carefully played the
deuce of clubs to request a shift.
wy partner looked at the deuce
of clubs, looked at the dummy,
stroked his chin, and wSnt
through all the pantomime ol
thinking. And then he led the
tack of clubs.
"Dec.'*rer now took, the ace of
clubs and rulfed a club. He next
let me win a pade. I shot back
a trump to dummy's king, and
he let me win another spade. I
!returned the jack of diamonds to
leummy's queen, and declarer
rtffed a spade. Now South cash-
ed the ace of trumps and led a
second diamond to dummy.
"At this point dummy had two
food spades to lead through me.
f I ruffed the first, South could
;over-ruff, draw trumps and take
dummy's last top diamond. If I
discarded on the first good spade,
declarer could discard his last
diamond and lead the second
spade througn me for a trump-
leas trump finesse.
"All of this could have been
prevented if my miserable part-
ner had only led a trump or a
diamond at. the second trick.
Dummy would be short one en-
try for all the hocus pocus that
e actually brought off.
"What is your comment on all
this?"
My correspondent's remarks
are fine as far as they go. There
was more than one dummy at
that table. To be accurate, there
were three of them.
West could have saved the day
by shifting to a heart or a dla-
Shipping & Airline News
MARY'S BACK Mary Pick-
ford, above, "America's Sweet-
heart" in the days of silent
movies, will return to the screen
for the first time in 19 years in
a production of "The Library."
Now 58, Miis Pickford called
her new role "an almost sacred
responsibility."
Two Congressmen Due
Monday on SS 'Aneen'
United States Representatives
Clarence cannon. Democrat of
Missouri, and Norris Cotton, Re-
publican of New Hampshire, are
scheduled to arrive on the Isth-
mus Monday on the 8.S. Ancon',
according to the advance passen-
ger list from the Panama Line
offices at Balboa Heights.
Representative Cannon Is
chairman and Representative
Cotton is a member of the Ap-
propriations Committee.
A total of 105 passengers will
arrive on the Ancon. The com-
plete advance passenger list fol-
lows:
William B. Allen and daugh-
ter; Mrs. George F. Becker; Mr.
and Mrs. Don Juan Manuel Ber-
rocal; William H. Brown and Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Burg.
Mrs. Gwendolyn Caff rey; Mrs.
Irene Callow; Mr. and Mrs. Do-
mlluls Campondonlco; Miss Jose-
fa R. Campondonlco; Hon. and
Mrs. Clarence Cannon; Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph 8. Christopher;
Hon. and Mrs. Norris Cotton;
Mrs Patricia Ann Cropp and
PaulC. Curt.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Deith;
K.L.M. Will Start Tourist Service
K.L.M., Royal Dutch Airlines,
will start May 1 1952, a tourist
class service between New York
and Amsterdam.
There will be twice weekly
flights with Lockheed Constella-
tions provided with 80 high den-
sity chairs.
The fares will be based on the
tourist class fare New York-Lon-
don which is approximately 30%
lower than the normal de luxe
services.
In the busy season the number
of flights will be Increased to
four weekly or even- more.
MILK AND HONEY
COLUMBUS. Miss. (U.P.) W.
S. (Buddy) Stover literaly Uves
In a land of milk and honey. In^lss Mary M. Devine; David I
addition to operating a Columbus Dickson; Mr. and Mrs. Murrel L.
dairy shop. Stover is partner in Dodd; Mrs. Wm. Edmonds and 2
the Stover Apiaries at Mayhew,.children; Mrs. Glendora Garns-
Mlss one of thenation's largest worth and son; Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
bee farma. _______ thur W. Parrell and Mr. and
I Mrs. Worden E. French and 3
mond at the second trick, mit he children. .
should never .have been faced by1 Miss Maria de la Paz Gonzales;
this problem. To begin with.jMr. and Mrs. Pedro A. Gonza-
Fast should not have doubled. He >ez; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M.
had no reason to expect a blgGoodlng; Dr. and Mrs. Stanley
penalty, so his double located the'Oromanand 3 children; Mrs. Ed-
cards for declarer without giving Ina M. Hale; Mrs. Nancy H.
East much of a chance to gain. [Hawkins and 2 children and Mrs.
In the second place. East had Annette R. Hemandea.
no reason to depend on his part- Albert 8. Indrlerl; Dr. Carl M.
ner to lead a red card at the sec-1Johnson; Mrs. Charles W. John-
ond trick. East should have play- son and daughter; Mr. and Mrs.
?d tls i"* of clubs at the first David Kaplan; Miss Margaret A.
trick. Then he could return alKeiiey; Mrg ^^ w Kemher
5!5&SPeAft&.WtUl n!-y Pudren and Ml Sybil
V "on vmt a moral, hare it| ;'
Is: Never ask your partner to do
V.1UH. vou can .lo for yourself.
The saving on ttie normal fare
will even be more in- the tourist
off-season period from November
1 to the end of March.
In addition to these tourist
class services K.L.M, will conti-
nue to operate its standard and
sleepair services on the New
York-Amsterdam route.
Worry of -
FALSE TEETH
Slipping or Irritating?
Dont be embarrassed by low* tilM
(Hi slipping, dropping or wobbling
when you eat, talk or laugh Juat sprin-
kle little PASTEETH on your platas
This pleasant powder gives a remarkable
sense of added comfort and security by
holding plates more firmly. No gummy,
gooey, pasty taste or feeling It's alkaline
incn-acld). Get fASTEETH at any drug
store.
Imported
Canned Hams
PEK
DREWS
KRAKVS&
ATALANTA BRAND
are offered by
TACAROPULOS
COMMISSARY
Phone 1000 Coln
HOME DELIVERY
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard L. Le-
vy; Mrs. Lorraine J. McGraw and
son; Miss Catherine R. Manush;
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred T. Marsh
and daughter; Mrs. Marilyn M.
Meyer; Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Murphy and Mrs. Martha M.
Murrett and 2 children.
Mrs. Elizabeth Niedere; Cpl.
Marguerite A. Parker; Mr. and!
Mrs. George D. poole; Mrs.
Katherlne K. Redeker and Mrs.
Susan Rlnehart.
Mr. and Mrs. George H. San-
ford; Miss Mildred Schwartzburg;,
Mr. and Mrs. Otho Seal; Miss Ca-
rol B. Sergeant; Sgt. and Mrs.
Allen R. Smith; Mrs. Nancy L.
Smith and Robert J. Suisman.
Miss Marguerite VanWaitner;
Mr. and Mrs. Fred M.'Weade
and 2 children; Mrs. Ralph C.
Wilson and daughter; Mrs, Ce-
celia E. Wukusick; Mrs. Vendel-
lah D. Young and Miss Shirley J.
.Zees*.
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Just received
THE
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W j/*~7\ WANTING

the most precious lingerie you
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on Christmas Moral
The well known
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in various styles: STRAPLESS, HALF-BRAS.
GIRDLE BRAS., WAIST GIRDLES.
HANDBAGS
Select her gift handbag from our
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Novelties In
Pleated HANDKIES
for various uses at very low prices.
"Coro" JEWELRY
latest styles
Earrings Collars Pins.
U
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the point
is hand-wrought in gold!
the positive flip-fill action is
the fastest, surest, safest
way to fill it... the magic
feed prevents flooding
and writes more words
mor* smoothly I
Eversharp i$ the
pen which people of
dittinetion exhibit
with prid* und use
mtk pUaiurel.
a
Of eourae you writ* better with
Ever*h*rpl It'a the only pen with
a point which, like a jewel, is
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And the breather tube Insure*
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expression of the
"Romantic American"
trend in fashion
and table decor in
sterling by
STERUNCm"
AM!IICA J HADING JIlVftiMITHl
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A modern expression of the
best traditional design
elements used in sterling
tab! -ware r rhythmic
pattern in three repeating
movements like the
musical Rondo rising to its
climax in a deep-cut
French scroll.
The easy, restrained
decoration and the play of
light on its cushioned panel
give Gorham "Rondo"* an
u nusua 1 feeling of richness.
If* the magic that combine*
old crystal, new china,
heirloom accessories, modem
linens in satisfying harmony.
See Rondo and our 16
other Gorham pattern* now!
A wi-piece place-eetting
knife, fork, teaspoon,
salad fork, cream soup
spoon, and butter spreader
"~" $23.74
Here are just a few of
more than 24 Serving
and Extra Piece*
available in Ronda

EATON
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
it Tmii rii<
Na. 12,171 Caatral At.Calta.
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FOR SALE
Household______
FOR SALE:Maytag Washing Ma-
chine 25 cycle porcelain tub. Ra-
' dio-Phono Comb. 25-60 cycle,
chest of drawers (41 light wood.
FOR SALE
Automobiles
MISCELLANEOUS I RESORTS
B* r bar* a
Service Personnel ond
Civilian Government Employes
F I N A N C I
your new or used car through
Va-.hH INlW
Writ, MllalSn A.ea.aMaa
Bm MSI Am.. C. 1.
Williams Santa Clara Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms. Frigidoirts, Rock-
gas ranges. Bilbo 2-3050.
3 way floor lamp, China
1 with glass doors, ropero, clothes
;} cobmet with 2 full length mirror
I doors, gote legged toble I maple I
J|5 pc. Hollywood bedroom
I low type, with inner spring mat-,'''
cabinet GOVISNMINT IMPLOYIS FINANCI
CO.
Fort Worth, Texos.
Serving Government Employes and
set'Service Personnel in the Canal Zone
14 years. With our financing.
|J tress and coil springs, vanity withiyour insurance automatically adjusted
loroe mirror, and stool, beside1 to U. S. covanaf*
. j ...... -i ia\ j...... lAIIAMaUailMTX CAN SI
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
Gromllch'a Santo Cloro beoch-
CMrage*. Electric Ice ooes, gas
stoves, moderate rotes. Phone 6-
441 or 4-567.
..table, ond chest of (41 drawers.'AMAFfBJMINTS
' pictures, tables, chairs, etc. Tools. I TMSOU6M LOCAL
I] LATHE, electric motors, point:________________BfAUR
i gas)|
sproy pistol, welding outfit
FOR SALE: A
Rollaway tool cabinet I Snap-on I t50 PLYMOUTH Club
" sows, .wrenches, grinder. ALL TO Btrond new whitewoll tires,
j BE SOLD VERY CHEAP. 8062.
I 11th St. Apt. 16. Colon.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFIRS STSUCTUSIS FOR SALI
For sale to the highest bidders
Buildings Nos. 308, 309. 309-X,
310-E, 310-F. 310-G, 312, 312-A,
MADl'312"8, 3I2"C ond 3J2-D. Paraso.
Sealed bids wilt be received in the
office of the Superintendent of
Storehouses ot Balboa until 10:30
real "bay"! |A. M.. December 2), 1951, when
Coupe..they will be opened in public. Form's
FOR RENT:Poseys Seecliff Acras\
opartments, under new manage-'
ment. Very reasonable. Phone 2-
3307.
AUTOMOBILI
HOTEL PANAMERICANO in cool El
valle. Room $2.00 daily per per-
sen: Meals a lo Carte. Reserva-'
tions. Telephone Panama 2-1112
2 or ds
Ainimum for
3c. each additional
word.
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
, i I t h St. Ap
fpR SALE:r
Norge refrigerator, 25
cycles, porcelain inside and out-
side. Good freeier. $75. Call Bal-
boa. 1032.
LJrSGENT! Must sell modern dining-
room set. Radio with record chang-
er. 3 tricycles. Italion oil paintings.
European baby corriage. Adjustable
maniqu. For information No. 1,
49th Street.
radio'of proposal with full .particulars may
clean throughout. $1,575.00, con be secured in the offices of Super-
be finonced. May be seen after |jntendent of Storehouses, Balboa
4 p. m. No. 2, 47th Street, Apt. I and the Housing Manager at Pedro
13. Tel. 3-2247. Miguel.
Mas. Ocearuide cottages, Santa
Clara. Box 435. Balboa. Phone
Ponamo 3-1S77, Cristbal 3-1673
OR IMI. fit yehkl..: Caas-'fOR SALE: RCA Console Radio.
menders. We.paa Carriers. 1 teal p,rrtt, condition. n,onm <.439
trveks. Jeaps, etc. Traaapertae Are-,
FOR RENT
Apartments
11 is actually cheaper
to bay a
P.LI. SAFETY SAW
BLADE
than to accept anv other
as a Gift,
Besides Protection Against
Injury, they save many
times their value in cost
of SHARPENING snd
POWER lone.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC
279 Central Ato. Tel. 3-S14S
ALHAMMA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished opart-'
lemeea-lrie (Bus Lia. Ttrmiavat) FOR SALE:Ladies skunks coot likem,n,s- M"id *rv,e" BWBai Con-
new. reosohoble erice. Apaen??**1!* ***? ,0* *, Ntw
Cosmos, tautomobile row No 29 Cnstobol, telephone 1386 Colon.
Tel: 2-4721. Ponama.
Via l*paa,
Freaee Troak.
juet part Jam
FOR SALE:1949 Hudson convert-
ible, radio, overdrive, new paint,
top, tires. Ponamo 3-2427.
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f)R SALE:Refrigerator 25 cycles,
Westinghouse. Frigideire refriger-[FOR SALE:1.951 Austin, used 5
FOR SALE: I Lionel train master,!
transformer. 60 cycle. 1490-D
Balboa, C. Z.
FOR RENT:Well situated, beouti-'
I
'otor 60 cycles. Guatemala living-1
room four pc. set. Singer industrial j
sewing machine. 1-4 H.P. Sim-.
mons couch, baby crib, youth's
bed. Stroller. Phone 916. Colon.
months. 4JOO miles. Price new'F0R SALE:Ball b Howell Moga-
R SALE:Westinghouse refriger-
ator 60 cycles, 9 ft. $150.00
Philco Tropic Radio-Phone. I Speed
60 cycles $17500. G. E. Alorm
Clock 60 cycles $3.00. Phone Co-
l'lon 594-B Roosevelt Ave. 9088-
A. Apt. 4.
$1.700, now $1.375. Easy terms.
will accept -used cor. See It. try
it, Servicio de Motores. Estudion-
t Street No. 90. Tel. 2-174S,
Panam.
FOR SALE:Buying or selling on
automobile? See Agencias Cosmos,
Automobile Row No. 29. Tot. 2-
4721, Panama.
FOR SALE:1939 Chevrolet Tudor
Sedan, cheop transportation. Phone
916 Coln.
xine loading 16 mm Camera Au-
to Load, F-I.9 coated lens, per-
fect condition. $125.00. Paillard'.FOR
Bolex 16 mm Projector. 750-W
Lamp extra lamp end reels, per-
fect condition. $125.00. Telephone
fully furnished aportment, coAS-
pJete 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.
RENT:Furnished apartment;
livingroom, diningroom, perch,
bedroom, No. 12 Cube Avenue'.
For information inquire 5th floor.
6-154. House No. 153. Gamboa,Icr,_ ,,.,_.-------T-----------7TZ,----------
C# 2 FOR RENT:A comfortable
f0 SALE:Magic Chef gos stove
.' $25. Simmons studio couch $60.
Brand new chromium kitchenette
set $60. Baby crib and new mat-
tress $25. Metollic bedroom set
double bed Simmons mattress $60.
.Eleven drowers workbench $15.
Single bed $15. Canvas Koyok _
i 525. Sundries J. Alexander ( ARMY-NAVY CIVILIAN
3-4381 or 5 COVIRNMINT IMPLOYIS. YOUiThey'
FOR SALE: Excellent Christmos
present. Piono. Borgoin. 3rd of
November St. House 5, down-
stairs.
apart-1
ment, 15th Street No. 32. Son;
Francisco de la Caleta entrance. 1
FOR RENT
Rooms
LUX
VENETIAN
HLINDS
Immediate
Delivery
Alumina in
Awnings
Different
Celen
$14.00
Industrias
Panamericanas
. Tel. 3-1713
22 K. 2Sth Street
SPECIAL FLIGHT TO MIAMI mntiU. ZSEESSm-------i^T.-------i
Leaving' December 18. Returning'"00*** AVAILAKf Light, eea*
December 21. $50.00 one woy.
TIRES ANO TUBES: New; 11.00 x
22; 12 ply; for trucks; bargain,Contact PANAMA DISPATCH SER-.
prices. F. Icoio & Compony. 79.. VICE. No. 7, 4th ot July Avenue.!
B Avenua. [opposite Ancon Bus Stop. Telephone.
Panamo 2-1655.
eatirely reaaveted aad wall fur-
niihed. Rates reesenable. Baeke-
lara ealy. laeaira a The Ama-
ricen Clua facing Da
Park.
FPR SALE:Finest model Baldwin
, Acrosonic Piano costs $937 in
'Zone, sacrifice $675. Dfjmestic
i Sewing Machine, attachments, but-
' lonholer. $125. Red plastic toble,
chrome trim, 2 chairs, $20. Phone:
Cocoli 596.
iCAf-J SAVE MONEY. Receive fostlThey'll keep it to read ond to show,
service. Take your car anywhere in They'll search it for answers to know,
the world. Specify FEDERAL |What? Why, PANAMA GUIDEBOOK,
SIRVICIS FINANCI CORPORATION $ I o throw.
(Washington, D. C.f as vour finance!
company" A^ilobl. rhro^gn 7^ '.,)SLSP^I S" '*"+**
outomobile deoler or direct from our,p,UIDEBOOK- "k ,of '*
offices ot No. 29 Francisco De Lo" your book or "*ws d*ol,r i$ 0ut
toke it wherever they g*. 'FR RENTFurnished room, private
FpR SALE:6 Venetian blinds for
12 family aportment, $15.00.
House 5255-1, Diablo Hgts.
bathroom and entrance, kitchen
privilege. No. 13. 43rd St.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
PANAMA BROKERS, INC.
Retel n Paaaaaa
Selling: Brewery, rana mi
Cement, Clay Frodaet* and
Faena y Los (preferred).
Tel. 3-4710 3-160
Ossa (Automobile Row. For
information call Don Pagento, No.
2-4555.
of it, he will
get
more for you.
FOR SALE:Fiesta ware 51 pieces
S28.00. Gold Bond Stemware,
$18.00. 0305 Cable Heights.
FOR SALE:Ex-Quartermoster Items,
1 dresser, 1 dining table. I couch, I
3 choirs, 1 double bed. House;
1560, Apt. A, Govilan Areo, Bol-
boo.
SOK SALE:2 dining tobies. $10|
'each, refrigerator $75. electric
range. $40. House 548-D. Coca-
Specie aaa-af-yaar arlar
Sanitary eSllbeawate "Clayea"
FOR SALE:1950 Buick Special 4JT#i"* "* ** S'0.00.
7 Ceatplete toeH m wbire ead ee-
lers feeea $2.50.
WafbbaaaM ia wbito end calan
free* $16.50.
FOR SALE;1950 Ford V-8'two Clay Preduct* Co.
door, radio, undercoated. accesor-i37-47 Via Itaaaa Tal J-0I0
Dr. Dynaflow, radio, heater,
tires. Must sell $1,750. Phone:
Cocoli 596.
es. Balboa 2-3582. Rfttween 3:30
ond 6:30.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:One oil porcelain Fri-
gidaire. One 9 cu. ft. Westing-
house. Refrigerator. Phone 2-2680
0576-A, Chagras St.
WANTED TO RENT: -Cholet or
opartment 2 or 3 bedrooms in
Bella Vista with hot water. Te-
lephone 3-2997, Ponama. Mrs.
Schwartx.
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LOST & FOUND
COST:Cdula No. 47-57527 and
I purse. Coll Ogilvine. Reward. Pan-
. orno Hotel.
WANTED TO BUY:Boy's bicycle
24 inch, in good condition. Phone
743 Coco Solo.
Position Offered
w
ANTED: Experienced secretory,
1 bilingual, knowledge of shorthand,
', ond accurate typist. Call 3-0905.
from 3 to 5 p. m.
WANTED:Second hand desk and
chair. Coll Tel. 2-4638 between 8
o. m. to 12 a. m. and 1:30 p.
m. 5 p m.
WANTED:Easy Spindrier washer,
25 cycle motor. 5338-B Davis St..
Diablo,
Help Wanted
POSITION WANTED .......
English stenographer wishes whole or WANTED: A very good cook..
port time work. Knowledge of, do*s. "^ 1hve ' ll**P in- v"/:
I Sponish. Box 387. Ancon. C. Z.I ?0od a,t"y- ^"'da Federico
Sealed bids, in triplicate, will be re-
ceived in the office of Engineer-
ing ond Construction Director,
Panama Canal Compony, Balboa
Heights, until 10:00 a. m, Jan-
uary 28, 1952 and than opened
in public; for furnishing all plant,
tools, equipment, materials, labor
and services and for performing
oil work for construction of:
Project No. 1 Paraso Town-
site Extension
Project No. 2 Ancon Townsite
Extension
Project No. 3 Diablo Heights
Townsite Extension
Project No. 4 -i- Bolboo Townsite
Extension
Project No. 5 Rough Grading
and Storm Sewer Drainage System at
Summit
Bid schedules, forms of proposals,
specifications, ond full particulars
may be obtqined from the office
of the Contract and'Inspection Di-
vision, Room 336, Balboa Heights,
I Telephone 2-3739 or 2-2698;.
Specifications and drawings will be
issued on a deposit of $25.00 per
FOR SALE:Electric light plant, 110
Volt, 60 Cycle, single PH, 2 1-2
K. W.. 1200 R.P.M.. gasoline
driven. Perfect condition. See West*
ermeier. mechanic, Santo Clora.
FOR SALE
Motorcycle
FOR SALE:1951 Ariel, 4-cylinder
motorcycle. House 1414-B, Bal-
boa ofter 4 p. m.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
you ora interested in buying 0
farm near the city with all com-
forts. Telephone 3-2819. Panama
Boyd No. 31.
e>
'omor,
-Ja>c/'
BUSINESS MAN'S
LUMCH .75
Chilled Papaya
or
Chicken Noodle Soup
Beef Liver Julienne
Mashed Yarns
Mixed Vegetable*
Hot Rolls Batter
Salad Dessert
Coffee Tea Beer
Join u fa
from 4 to 6 p.m.
MANHATTANS
MAHTINIS
DAIQUIRIS
WANTED: Good cook preferably
Notive or Central American. Must FOR
sleep on premises. Familia Mir.! oranges. Tre* ripened. 50 for $2.
49th and Colombia streets, Bella 25 delivered.. Productos Naciono-
Visto. les. S. A.
RUTH MILLETT Says
So far as I know, no retearcher
has ever taken the trouble to
conduct a poll on why women to
to football games.
If one ever does he'll probably
discover that a lot of the women
fail into the foilowlng categories:
"Because if Jim is going to
spend the afternoon at a football
stadium you can bet your bottom
dollar I'm not going to stay at
home baby-sitting. "
"Because somebody usually in-
vites you in for a party either
before or after the gameand
they're so much fun."
"Because what else is there to
set for each Project or $IO0.00|auon a Saturday afternoon?"
for oil. Deposit will be forfeited J8^*,1"* U s iun to * the
if specifications ond drawings ore c![rj
not returned within 30 days aftei ! *ecus makes you feel
opening of bid,. SffilV3 El'.? Vf "*" PUAhlnK
______z_________________________football crowd. Brings back me-
SALE:Choice Boquete navel norls Of your college days."
Because when we were dating
MODERN FURNITURE
GTJBrOH BUILT
Slipcover Reupholstrrj
visit ova 9How-anoMi .
Alarrte etaf
1 r. 4k la Oaae< 11 (Aateawella Kr>
itat Flebap a DaMvar*
im p.i
faee
Tel. 1-4SM IM a.m
BEPAIKVenetian Blinds.
MAKECornices t Curtains.
FAINTFurniture.
Work Guaranteed.
I TALLER CKDK.
#23 Per Ave. Tel. 3-1066
sensAwm offr?
I :.' 1 r,
ICSlS'aOl
......
WANTED:Moid to toke core of 2
. I always pretended to be crazv
Tel. 2-002B Panama. bou,t Ports and I can't very well
admit now that I'd really rather
spend an afternoon shopping
yeor old child. Must sleep m. Ap- FOR SALE:Internorionol Horvesterlthan watching a football game.'
ply Old Ponama Highway
posite Club de Equitacin. Tel
1765, Panomi.
Op-
s-
Only $3.75 each
2 for $7.25
Postpaid
Get one for yourself.
Give one as an Xmas Gift.
Limited Quantity. ORDER NOW.
Send Money Order to
Dunmore Agency
Estafeta Instituto Nacional
Panam, R. P.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITIO STATIS OF AMERICA
Caaal Zeeie
Uaited States District Court Per The
District Of The Cenel Zone
Divnien ef Bereee
leado Roarieues McUneet,
n.inliff. -
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:Portoble electric
ing machine, new motor ond parts.!1
Adelaida Rodriauex,
Ooftndaat.
SUMMONS
Cau No. 1441
Freeier, slightly used ot borgoin! "Because I try to be campan- ,(ri,,r,S>cl'm"r,ivnrv
prices. Ci. Alforo S. A. Ponamo, ionable with my husband and he's. To %J*ZJ!lw.
No. 28 Peru Avenue. Panamo crazy about football.1' Yen are herehr r*ulrd to apswar
"Because admitting you don't " " > eampiaiat files ta th<
really care who wins Saturday's
game is something you Just]
couldn't do. What would your
friends think?"
lien go to football games be-
cause they like football. But it's
City. Tel. Ponama 3-0301.
AMTlZtRSf -On Th$ Bout*
DO IT THE EASY
(ond ECONOMICAL WAY)
If you ore too busy to write to
publishers, if you don't like to pay
jf.higher-than-published prices. If you
.^"idon't wont ta bother with buying 1 a pretty safe bet that more wom-
$45.00.1 Lionel electric train ond!dro,t5 ** mon*v er^n 0ik us'trf go for other reasons than be-
gouge accessories House 8103 lo *1 ,h* tcnn'e*, professionol ond cause they find the game fascin-
Morgonto business book.* you need. We re-
cra c*i c ~*:-------------;------------Jliv you * "" * 'i^u", **Jf,ply
r^JK sal: Bicycle, mons. good'fresh copies of latest editions and
condition. House 1479-A, Holdentdo it all ot o saving to you. Just
St., Balboa. lift- the phone and tall us what you
wont. And for good measure, we'll
toke your subscription to any ma-
fozine for business, profession or
home new or renewal.
FOR BOOKS OR MAGAZINES
call on
AGENCIAS STEER, $. A.
Tekephope Ponamo 2-1219 from thtir seats and others
BALDWIN PIAMOS
We have Just received a shipment
of the beautiful new Aoreeealc Beld-
4a piaaoe.
L. F. Garcia, 34th Street
Opposite Lux Theotre. Telephone 3-
4947 3-0672, Ponomi.
a ting.
Earthquake, Clap Jolt
Northern New Zealand
(UPI A Sharp earthquake, pre- ton.. aaUd Dec.maer . I*II ana 1.
aoovo ntitlaa acuoa within ntaaty
ay after tha tint d.i. of publlcatloa.
In aaia of roor fallura to ao aa*
boar and aaiarar, juttamtnt will b
takoa asainat you by aafalt for tht
rflitf ilamaadVff la tha coaiplaint.
WITNESS tea Hoaarablr Joofph J.
Hni- Court tor tha Dletrl'-t ( tha Canal
Ion, tail Ttk 4ay al Dannbtr. 151.
C. T. MoCaraaick, jr.
Clark
iSIAL) '
By H. H. Laa, Jr.
Deputy Clark
To A4elai4a Kwlritaa:
Tha fareaeta* lumraoai la Barred
upon you by publication pursuant ta
tha araar af tha Honorable Joeeph J.
Hancock. Jada*. ITnrttd Statea Diatrirt
Coart for th Diatrirt of the Canal
ceded by a noise like a clap of d *** '''<' '* *> action, in ta*
thunder, shook town in the 1 :"''. *,* ^ '' &*?.'
,ae-_.a w_B. j .* e-a B*tat- Dltlrlet (art Tttt DlTlttoa
North Island of New Zealand ., a.ib^ .a rwc.mbar 1. 1*11.
today with such violence that c. T. MtCrmkk, jr.
people in theaters were thrown __ u ucllrk .
irom their aeaU and others i&etVoSrit
Moil Aportodo 731 Ponamo, R. P.|falntd from XrlghC
Elimination Round
Of 'Luckies' Contest
Set For Tonight At 8
The last elimination round of
the Lucky Strike Amateur
Talent Contest will get under-
way tonight at the Pacific
Clubhouse at I p. m. with a
large number of young singers
schdlued to appear.
The winner and runner-up of
tonight's eliminations will in the
finals compete next week
against the winners of similar
contests already held in Canal
Zone local-rate settlements.
Proceeds of the contest, which
will be followed by a dance, will
go toward the Children's Christ-
mas Fund, which Is used for
Christmas parties for local-rate
children.
Noami Charles Burke, 10,000 W.I. Farm
Graadm.tj.er <* Four- Woiten Needed
In US Next Year
Dies; Burial Monday
Mrs. NoamI Charles Burke. 59.
a grandmother of four, died
last night in the Santo Tomas | vi\nvrr\K
Hospital from high blood Pre-j west Indian
sure.
Dec. 14
Regional L,
Mrs. Burke, who had been. 3&tES2to?Xl
ailing for some time sufferedlmalda expecU 55?%.
severe attack at home late.B_ w; T_ ^ wo^ru;
Tuesday night and was taken
will!
required in the United
during the coming year,
addition to 8,000 now there. |
Terms of the new contr
The dance will continue until
2 a. m. with music by the Alo-
ma orchestra.
Albert Belanfante of Panama
to the hospital at 3 a. m. Wed-
nesday morning.
waiter two sons. John Charles t^Ser^cI. "which wa?
g^ndSreS: ^^'"tXlS^iiZ^S^^^ f
Rf. Am1nd0' Albertina and "Some 44 United States e
plovers flew in to Jamaica
She will be buried Monday at
12:30 p. m. in the Jardn de
Paz Cemeterv in Pa roue Kfevre.
Services will be held in the San
Miguel Church.
the talks.
SHORTER STILL NOW
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (UJ.i
Francis J. Campbell. 62. was fitj
OXFORD. Mass. (UP) A 30- ed $125 after he told a Judge th
oound oose rooted Its own goose 'despite his $175-a-week salary l
and Ivan Porter of'Colon will wnen '* ''far"'f, thmut/h the a steamfitter. he had "postponed
be among the guest stars to ap-
rxit-v during the amateur con-
test.
windshield of phllln |irlt' p-registering his automobile b<
tomoblle, Bl&ck took it home for cause he was "a little ahort
Sunday dinner. |cash."
hrisfihas
BETTER, LATE MODEL USED CARS
We're clearing the decks and making room
lor the 1952 Ponl

1947 CHRYSLER "Windsor"..........
4 Door Sedan, New Paint, New Seat Covers
">ood tires Excellent Buy.
1947 PACKARD "Safer"............., <**>>
4 Door Sedan, Green, Seat Covers Good tires
A gift at this price!
1947 OLDSMOBILE 4-Dr. Sedan....... io.oo
Grey, with Hydramatle.
1947 PONTIAC "Streamliner"........ 2500
4 Door Sedan, New PaintGOOD BUY.
1948 PONTIAC "Torpedo"............"*".
4 Door Sedan, Green. Hydramatle
1948 DE SOTO "Diplomat" ..'........ 5000
4 Door Sedan, Grey Good, clean car
1948 BUICK "Super" ..... ......... ***
4 Door Sedan, Excellent tires and seat covers,
You'll never ge^ a better bargain.
-
1000.00

. a
1949 FORD T ..........
2 Door Sedan A bargain.
1949 CHEVROLET "Styleline"
4 Door Sedan Excellent buy
1949 CHEVROLET "De Luxe"
2 Door Sedan.
1950 FORD "8" CUSTOM ...
2 Door Sedan New Tires Real bargain.
1949 PONTIAC "Streamliner"......... ^s.oo
1300.00
1200.00
1450.00
Sedan Coupe, Grey (or New Paint),
seat covtrs... This will sell right away.
1949 CADILLAC "62"
4 Door Sedan. New Paint, Hydramatle Radio.
W'S tiresLike new'... The chance of a Lifetime.
1949 PONTIAC "Chieftain"..........
4 Door Sedan, Grey, Beautiful Seat Covers,
Good tires.
1950 CHEVROLET "Deluxe" ......
4 Door Sedan, Gray Excellent lirs.
2750.00
1650.00
1585.00
W
$1050.00
1050.00
950.00'
(000.011
1250.00,
1050.00
1250.00
925.00
1250.00
1125.00
1380.00
1575.00
2650.00
1575.00
1485.00
NOWS THE TIME TO GET YOURSELF A BETTER USED CAR !!
Come In And Look Over Our Selection of The BEST USED CARS in'Panam!
FINANCING CAN BE ARRANGED
TRADE-INS ACCEPTED
CIV A,S. A.
Your Ponliac Cadillac Dealer
PANAMA COLON
Telephone 2-0870 Telephone 1369


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THE PANAMA ANTKICAIf AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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On The Records fCZ PafeiltS
To Attend
Music Week
Popular Music
NEW YORK. Dec. 13 G-M Records has done a series
of 10 children's records in plen-
ty of time for the Christmas
trade. Each Is a single record
packaged In an attractive enve-
lope.
The cat and mouse team of
Tom and Jerry are the featured
performers on two of the records,
"Tom and Jerry and the Fire En-
gine" and "Tom and Jerry Meet
8anta Claus."The first Is a na-
tural for kids, with plenty of noi-
sy sirens and sound effects and
the second is timed right Into the
Christmas season in a way that
should delight the small fry.
The baby-voiced singer, Judy
Valentine, does a pair of kid-
styled tunes with "I'm a Little
Teapot" and "Humpty Dumpty's
Holiday." Jimmy Durante has
done a version of "Frosty the
Snow Man" backed with "Christ-
mas Comes But Once a Year."
Other of the M-O-M children's
series Include: The Melodeons
singing "Purfky Punkta" and
"Quffy. the Goofy Gobbler;" the
Lyn Duddy Singers with a two-
sided "Cinderella;" the Melo-
deons on "Guess Who L am" and
"Guess What I am." and there
are three long-playing albums of
re-Issues of previous 78 rpm kid
favorites.
New Singles:
RCA Victor has a pair for the
Christmas stocking with the Fon-
tane Sisters and Howdy Doody
singing "A Howdy Doody Christ-
mas" and Dennis Day with the
Mellowmen singing "Christmas
In Klllarney."...
Also In the Yuletlde spirit Is
"The Santa Claus Parade" with
Tex Beneke's Orchestra (M-G-
M) and Tommy Edwards singing
"Christmas Is for Children" (M-
O-M)___ Martha Tllton and
Harry Babbitt duet on a two-sid-
ed "Twas the Night Before
Christmas" Coral) Guy Lom-
bardo's Royal Canadians play a
nostalgic "Round the Christmas
Tree at Home" (Decca)___
Rosemary singing with Stan
Freeman accompanying on the
harpsichord does a good job on
"Find Me" (Columbia)... Sweet-
voiced Toni Arden'8 newest is
Parents and friends of some
1,700 secondary pupils of the
Canal Zone communities have
been Invited to attend the an-
nual Christmas music programs
to be presented during the
coming week.
Balboa Junior High School
will present its program at 7:30
p.m. Tuesday at the Balboa up-
per gymnasium. Approximately
200 pupils will perform under
the direction of Wallace Wood-
ruff. Chris Hearon and Larry
Siegal will be the vocal soloists.
Balboa High School will Dre-
sent its program at 8 p.m., Wed-
nesday with 300 pupils taking
part under the direction of Vic-
tor Herr. The program will be
presented on the front campus
falcng Roosevelt Avenue. From
7:15 to 8:00 o'clock the high
school band will play carols on
the steps of the Administration
Building. The program will fol-
low promptly at 8 o'clock begin-
ning with the girls' processional.
Cristobal Junior and Senior
High Schools will present their
program at 7:30 o'clock Thurs-
day night. The 250 musicians
and singers will be directed by
Oswald E. Jorstad. The first
part of their program, which
includes the Christmas cantata,
"The Song of Christmas," will
take place in the school audi-
torium. Part two of the pro-
gram, consisting of tableaux
and carol singing, will be pre-
sented on the front lawn of the
school.
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14 Noah's vessel
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17 Sun
18 New Latin
19 Country in
Asia
21 Two (prefix)
22 Lowers
24 Journey
28 Crack x
27 So
28 Concern ing
28 Point a
weapon
30 Through
31 It is found
chiefly
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32 Betel leaves
33 Fasten
36 Poker stake
37 Otherwise
38 Exists
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45 Note of scale
.48 Falsehood
48 Western state
49 Owns
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54 Ceramic .
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55 Peculiar
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2 Wapiti
3 Hebrew deity
4 Mud
5 Arabian gulf
8 Town in Nepal
7 Preposition
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9 Columbium
10 Musical
groups
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mistake
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19 Slanders
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John Foster Dulles
Tells Japanese
Of Moral Obligations
TOKYO. Dec. 14 (UP).John
Foster Dulles told the Japanese
today that their peace treaty
means for them the assump-
tion -of "moral obligations" to
provide "armed forces, assist-
ance and facilities" for use
against any aggressor1.
The author of the treaty and
the American-Japanese security
pact said the restoration of
sovereignty to Japan Imposed
the duty of taking part In "the
collective security planning of
the free world."
Dulles gave his views in a
speech prepared for delivery at
a joint luncheon of the Amer-
ican Chamber of Commerce in
Japan and the Japanese Cham-
ber of Commerce and Industry.
He conceded that this coun-
try could not yet make "any
great military or financial con-
tribution."
But he told the Japanese:
"You can take pride in the
fact that, as a sovereten na-
tion, you will at once use your
sovereignty to make a signi-
ficant contribution, principally
In terms of what the United
Nations Charter calls facilities.
, "In that sense you will be a
self-respecting, contribu 11 n g [
member of the free world, and
not a nation which gets a free'
ride at the expense of others." i
Dulles forecast an era of close,
and amiable relations between]
the United States and Japan. {
Predicting growing'coopera-1
tion between the two countries!
in economic affairs, Dalles said
Japan no longer can rely on
an American dole to plug the
gan between Imports and ex-
ports.
The United States, he said,!
"is entitled to expect, and does
expect, that Japan's economy:
will become self susteinlng In
the sense that Japan finds the
way to pay for her imports of,
food and raw materials."
ft //lay be more [Blessed to
Georgia. Illinois. Knn"< Vn.
tucky. Missouri. North Carolina,
Texas, and Virginia each con-
tains 100 or more counties.
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CONGRESSMAN AND WIFE HONORED AT DINNER
The Honorable Fred G. Aandahl and Mrs. Aandahl who
sailed today aboard the S.S. Ancon (or New York after a
four day visit on the Isthmus, were the guests of honor at a
dinner ven Wednesday evening at the Hotel Tivoli by Mr.
and Mrs. F. R. Johnson.
The attending guests included the Superintendent of
Schools and Mrs. Lawrence Johnson and United* Sttaes Dis-
trict Judge and Mrs. Joseph J. Hancock.
Visiting Congressmen and Wives | sister of the bride-elect, who is a
Sail for States
Millers Honored at Dinner
To celebrate the arrival from
3an Antonio. Texas, of Mrs. Jas.
Miller who joined her husband,
Lt. (J.g.) Miller here recently.
Mr. and Mrs. MaconC. Mlchaux
entertained with a dinner party
at their home at Farfan.
Tower Club to Meet
The Tower club of the Cathe-
dral of St. Luke In Ancon will
meet Monday evening at six
thirty o'clock In Bishop Morris
Hall for a dinner. The entertain-
ment for the evening will Include
children of the Bella Vista Home.
a pageant to be Riven by the Union Church Is sponsoring a
- children* Christmas party this
evening at six o'cloc at the
church. Santa Claus will be pre-
sent and will present gifts, pro-
vided by the parents to the chil-
dren. Dessert will be served.
Santa Claus
to Attend Party Tonight
The Couple Club of the Balboa
Among the passengers sailing slty. After the wedding Miss
this morninR on the S.S. Ancon Capwell will spend the Christmas
for New York were the Honora- hollday.^wlth her parents,
ble and Mrs Fred C. Aandahl. Mr. George Lewis Capwell, Jr.
the Honorable and Mrs. Frank also arrived last evening by
T. Bow. the Honorable and Mrs. plane from Charleston. South
James F. Lind. the Honorable Carolina, where he Is a student at
Walter M. Mumma. the Honora- the Citadel Military Academy,
ble and Mrs. Harold Patten and but came by a different airline
their two children, the Honorable than his aunt and sister. He will
and Mrs Daniel A Reed and the also attend
Honorable and Mrs. Samuel W. spend the
All Star Circle Holds
Annual Christmas Party
The All Star Circle met Wed-
studeot at the Syracuse Unlver-lnesday at the Hotel Tivli for
Yorty.
with his parents.
their Annual Christmas party
which Included a luncheon and
gift exchange. The honored
guests on this occasion were Mrs.
Annie Calvlt. who was the first
Worthy Matron of the O.E.S..
when-lt was organized In 1911
and Mrs. Alice Eaton, the Wor-
thy Matron of the Orchid Chap-
ter of the OES. Both ladies
the wedding and were introduced and made ap-
Christmas holidays propriate responses.
Ambassador and Mrs. Wiley
Return to Isthmus
The new officers for the year
of 1952 were Introduced as fol-
lows: Mrs. Katherine Sellens,
Bride-Elect Honored
Miss Kathleen Capwell whose I president; Mrs. Harriet Powell,
The United States Ambassador marriage to Mr. James M. Mc-'vice-president; and Mrs. Rena
toPanama and Mrs. John Cooper Guiness. Jr., will be solemnized Harvey, secretary-treasurer. The
Wiley returned yesterday after- tomorrow evening was the guest lout-going president, Mrs. Ella
noon by plane from a short vaca- o honor at a bridge party and Brown and secretary, Mrs. Rena
tlon in Rio de Janeiro. miscellaneous shower given onlHarvey were each presented a
_____ Wednesday evening by Miss Bea gift from the circle.
The members attending the
party were Mrs. Elizabeth Kirk-
man. Mrs. Dorothy Allen. Mrs.
Florence Yard, Mrs. Ruth Balto-
zer. Mrs. Blanche Wright, Mrs.
General and Mrs. Vt hillock Alexander at her home on the
Entertain for Col. Gordon- Naval Reservation.
Watson Those attending were Miss Ni-
The Commanding General, Un- na Norman. Miss Mary Elizabeth
ted States Armv Caribbean. Ma- Morris. Miss Jo Anne Corliss,
Jor General Lester J Whitlock Mrs. William Schmidt, Mrs. Ar-Marguerite Bouche, Mrs. Minnie
and Mrs. Whltlock entertained at thur Erb. Mrs. Arthur Buckley ;Wlggin, Mrs. Ella Brown. Mrs.
seven thirty o'clock last evening and Mrs. Robert Medinger. Edith Voss, Mrs. Annie Calvit.
at the Army-Navy Club at Fort. -------- !Mrs. Ruth Straus, Mrs. Ethel
Amador with a formal dinner Mr. and Mrs. John Matthews iClarke, Mrs. Mary Snow. Mrs.
given in honor of Colonel M. To be Honored 'Maude Clinchard, Mrs. Kather-
Gordon-Watson, the British Mill- Mr. and Mrs. C. Wilson Pur- ine Sellens, Mrs. Rose Cunning-:
tary Attache to the Embassy In vis, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Al- ham. Mrs. Stella Price. Mrs. Ce-
Washington. DC i len and Miss Hildegarde Hirsch Ha Currie. Mrs. Harriet Powell,
Guests attending the dinner will entertain in honor of Mr. Mrs. Laura Davis, Mrs. Lavina
included the Minister of Great and Mrs. John Matthews on pierce. Mrs. Alice Eaton, Mrs.
Britain to Panama. Mr. Eric Ar- Sunday afternoon. All friends of Nina Pickett. Mrs. Edith Eppley.
thur Cleugh: the Charge d'Af- the"newlyweds" are cordially in-Mrs. Edna Million, Mrs. Leah
faites. Mr. Alexander H. B. Her- vited to attend the tea which will Greene, Mrs. Effie McGlade. Mrs
mann and Mrs. Hermann: the be held from three until six o- Melba Harris^ Mrs. Mary Hol-
Counselor to the United States
Embassy, Mr. Murray Wise and
Mrs. Wise; the Commander-in-
Chief of the Caribbean Com-
mand. Lt. General William H.
H. Morris, Jr. and Mrs. Morris;


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clock at the Allen's residence at mer, Mrs. Rena Harvey, Mrs.
533, Curundu Heights.

Edith Henshall and Mrs. Irene
Hasemann.
Visitors attending included
Mrs. Lois Roche, Mrs. Gertrude
was Hoffman. Mrs. Ruth Perkins.
Surprise Shower
Honors Mrs. Fischer
Mrs. Wilbur H. Fischer
the chlef-of-staff of the United honored recently with a surprlse'Mrs. Ruby Turlington. Mrs. Vlr-
States Army Caribbean. Brigadier shower given by Mrs. Macon|Kinla stuil. Mrs. Alice Burkle,
General Francis A. March and'Craig Michaux at her home at.Mrs. Blanche Bishop Mrs Char-1
Mrs. March: Brigadier General Farfan. Mrs. H. A. Van Scoyii0tte Lierman. Mrs. Anne Cun-
and Mrs. Robert L. Howzc and presided at the coffee service. 'nm<(ham. Miss Mary Orr, Miss
Colonel and Mrs. Robert R. Con- The guests attending the show- .clalre Ogden. Mrs Ruth Zelnick
ner. er included Mrs. Morris R. Ber-|Mrs Marguerite Budneau Mrs.'
Colonel M. Gordon-Watson is
the house-guest of Mr. Eric Ar-
thur Cleugh.
ger. Mrs. Samuel Clymer. Mrs. stella Bradnev, Mrs. Frieda
Heber Bullock, Mrs. Robert Ren-,Boydson Mrs Patrlcla papcun
nick. Mrs. Marshall G. Pettlt,;Mrs Mattie Wood Mrs, Rae Eb-
Mrs. Eugene B. Kirby. Mrs.,d0n. Mrs Maude Charles, Mrs.
Holmes H. Beytngton Mrs A. Ella Eds,ei Mrg Josephine Brown
Raymond Miller. Mrs. Jonn|and Mrj_ Jacoba j0Ustra.
Miss Thelma Capwell
Returns after Long Absence
Miss Thelma Capwell, of Ro-Chrlstlanson, Miss Lillian Baird,
Chester New York, returned toMiss Pauline Winderweedle, Mrs.!
the Isthmus last night by plane Stllson H. Smith. Mrs. James
after an absence of 32 vears. to Miller. Mrs. John Jenigree and
attend the wedding of her niece.Mrs. Robert L. Metcalf, Jr.
Miss Kathleen Mary Capwell toi --------
Mr.l James Matthew McGuiness.jMrs. Heurtematte and Daughter
Jr. tomorrow evening. During [Entertain
her stay here she will be the Mrs. Elisa Heurtematte and
house guest of her brother and;her daughter Miss Cecilia Heur-
alster-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Gco..tematte were co-hostesses Wed-
Lewls Capwell. 'nesday at a luncheon given for a
Also returning on the same group of their friends at their
plane was Miss Jeanne Capwell, I home In Bella Vista.
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Top Democrat Lumps Together
Chicago's Bertie, Moscow's Joe I
Golden Bells Club
Elects Officers
CHICAGO, Dec. 14.(UP)Democratic Na-
tional Chairman Frank E. McKinney said last night
that his party does not tolerate corruption and ac-
cused Republicans of using government scandals
to wage a "fear and smear" campaign. "
"There's too much of the pot calling the kettle
Hack," McKinney said as he directed sharply-word-
ed blasts at the Maryland senatorial election inci-
dent, publisher Col. Robert R. McCormick and Sen.
Joseph R. McCarthy (R-Wis).
The Democrats, he said, "condemn' corruption
and are uncovering it, rooting it out and punishing
it. v
Methodist Girls
Drama Postponed
Until Tuesday
The Panama Method!* aU^[^^^Sg^^S^. gC SK & 'ftm
Civil Service Lists.
Positions Available
The United sttates Civil Ser-
COLON, Dec. 14 (UP). The
Golden Bell Dancing Club re-
lectetl L. Harewood as club
resident for 1952 at a meeting
P
held recently.
Next week Friday has been
set as the date for the Installa-
tion o{ Harewood and his staff
of officers, which Include:
Miss E. Smart, chalrlady;
Mae Fisher, assistant chalrlady;
R. Porter, secretary; Miss 8.
Peterkin. assistant secretary: C.
Telfer. treasurer; O. Ponton,
League will present the sacred
drama entitled: "The Coming of
our King," at Geddes Hall on
Tuesday, Instead of tonight.
an examination for Medical X
ray Technician (Photofluoro-
graphy) for filling positions
paying $2,750 a year In the Unl-
ed States Public Health Service.
Full information and appllca-
director, and D. Sterling, assist-
ant director.
vice regional offices, or from
the United States Civil Ser-
vice Commission, Washington
McKinney spoke at a $100-a-
plate fund-raising Jackson Day
dinner attended by party lead-
ers from 15 Midwestern states.
Earlier he said In art Inter-
view that he has suggested to
President Truman the possibil-
ity of setting up a special agen-
cy, with prosecution powers, to
study charges .of government
corruption.
McKinney branded as "lies
and vilification" the campaign
that defeated Sen. Milland
Tydlngs In the Maryland elec-
tion last year. McCarthy, he
charged, "inspired'' the photo-
raph that appeared to sho.v
Tydlngs with Communist lead-
er Earl Browder and said Mc-
Cormlck's Washington Times-
Herald printed it.
Postponement Is due to the ex-
tensive stage scenery that re- tlon "forms may be obtained 25. D. C Applications wllf be
quired a little more time to com-. from the B0ar plete. service Examiners, B a 1 b o a I Washington off ice until further
.... Heights, C Z., from Civil Set-1 notice. ^
Among the leading roles of the |
drama are: Miss Myrtle Mark-
land In the role of Mary; Winston ,
Sinclair, as Joseph; Fred Trot-I
man, as Zachariah; and Miss
Mavis Springer, as Elizabeth,
with Mrs. Ismay Foster directing.
He said it was not determin-
ed yet whether the proposed j
agency would consist of a group i
or a single person.
McKinney was scheduled to
Kmaln here until Monday.1
Iking over national matters,
with major leaders and discus-
sing local issues with the state]
delegations.
He unleashed his strongest
criticism at McCormick, de-
claring that the publisher's
Chicago Tribune edits news
to fit a party line and has
"more than one similarity"'
with the Russian Pravda.
"When Russia breaks a pro-
mise Joe Stalin blames the this country," McKinney said.
newspaper to distort the news
on the front pages... and to
bury the facts which refute
these distortions deep inside
the paper if It prints them at
all:"
"I tell you now that If the
Republican Party allows Itself
to be controlled In 1952 by its
Bertie McCormicks and Joe Mc-
Carthys the American people
will repudiate It so completely
that, In my opinion, it will dis-
appear as a political party in
In his speech he accused the United States and Harry Tru-
GOP of setting up a "well-1 man." McKinney said,
linanced, well-publicized cam-
paign" to capitalize on current
scandal revelations.
He said the campaign by some
Republicans was "an embarrass-
ment to the decent members of
their own party" and advised
the investigators to "practice
what they preach."
the Chicago Tribune.
"When Russia starts a shoot-
ing war, Stalin blames the
United States and Harry Tru-
man. So does the Chicago Tri-
bune."
McKinney said he believes in
a free press, "but I do ques-
tion the moral right of arty
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, JM
I the Naval Hospital at coco Solo.
LADIES OF CRISTOBAL UNION
CHURCH HOLD CHRISTMAS PARTY
The Evening and Progressive Circles of the Ladies Auxil-
iary of Cristobal I'nion Church held a Christmas party at
the home of Mrs. Chester L. Lindgren, New Cristobal. Wed-
nesday night. Mrs. J. A. Stevens of Colon, was co-hostess
with Mrs. Lindgren.
A program, opened with the Cristobal will present their It test
Lord's Prayer, was presented. |production a comedv by George
Christmas stories and poems were Kaufman and Moss Hart, George
Edward D. White Jr. Head*
CristubalMargarita Civic Council
. Headed by Edward D. White,
or at the door the nights of theljr^a8 tr>e recently elected presl-
read by Mrs. E. F. McClelland.
The history and origin of the ear-
ly Christmas carols was given by
Mrs. William T.
group was led In
Christmas carols by Mrs.
Jorstad.
Washington Slept Here," at three
performances. It will open Satur-
day night at 8:30. Other perfor-
Clule. The manees will follow Monday and
singing the Tuesday starting at 8:00 p.m
show.
S.~'~' Todav
Among the passengers
'uao.rd the S.r. Pan-
ama were Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Yandle of Cristobal, who will
mr!:e their home In South Caro-
lina.
O. E.
The play, a Christmas story is in
three acts.
Mrs. Thelma Lowe of Cristo-
bal, will go to Pennsylvania to
join her husband who has been
away from the Isthmus on ac-
count of 111 health. Mr. Lowe will
return with his wife to the Isth-
mus at the expiration of her
leave.
dent of the Cristobal-Margarita
Civic Council other officers elect-
ed to serve with him are first
who vice-president. Carl F. Maedl;
second vice-president, Herbert O.
E-ngelke; treasurer, Mrs. A. E.
Jones. The secretary will be ap-
pointed later. A. R. Campbell
and Mr. Maedl were re-elected as
members of the Council.
Other members are the Rev.
J. F. Rice.R. E. Hileman, E. R.
Mac Vittle, C. L. Lindgren, Chas.
H. Bath, Thomas J. Polite. The
alternates are L. H. Davis Will-
lam T. Clute, D. E. Coffey Ros-
coe T. Halnlng, Sherman L.
Brooks, Timothy D. Land and S.
R. Cunningham.
The chairmen of the several
committees are E. R. Mac Vittle,
publicity, Sherman L. Brooks,
hospital.
The first meeting of the new
year will be held January"7, 1952.
Mrs. J. A. Stevens introduced Fran Orvis and George Reel
the recently elected officers of will be in the leading roles. The
the Auxiliary. Mrs. Gerhard D. cast also included Denny Barnes
Lust, president: Mrs. Gordon F. who plays the part of the daugh-
Karlger, vice-pres 1 d e n t, Mrs. ter and Jimmv Doyle the part of
Howard C. Anderson, secretary,the voung brat.
and Mrs. E. F. McClelland, _, .,,
treasurer I TlcKels mav be procured at the
The gifts brought for exchange Margarita Florist Shop, Suranys jWare
among the members were placed:_________________.________
In two large white boxes decora-.'
ted with red and green bows re- j
spectively and bells. Upon the ar-1
rival of the members each was j
tagged with bows of the same col- '
ors and chose their gift from the
box bearing the color other than
the was tagged. As each lady re- I
celved her gift she was requested
to perform a stunt which added
to the gaiety and entertainment
Of the evening.
The refreshment table, covered
with an exquisite white linen
cloth, had a centerpiece of a1
Swedish wooden Christmas tree
trimmed with a variety of figures.
It was encircled with red can- '
dies. i
The members and guests who
attended were Mrs. L. J. Bentlial.
Mrs. Francis L\ Wiscavage. Mrs.
Julius Lusky. Mrs. C. Custer.
Mrs. Bernard Frost, Mrs. T. H.
Zutdenre; Mrs. R. Vann. Mrs.
Luke C. Palumho. Mrs. R. L.
Sullivan, Mrs. Tlmothv Lndd.
Mrs. Roscoe Haining. Mrs, Con-
rad Peterson of St. Peters. Min-
nesota. Mrs. CarlF. Maedl Mrs.
L. H. Davis, Mrs. Alton .Tones,
Mrs. Keith Lane. Mrs. W. A.
Yandle, Mrs. Norman B. Davi-
son, Mrs. Anton Holgerson, Mrs.
Robert K. Hanna. Mrs. A. R.
Campbell. Mrs. Charles Harper.
Mrs. John Nolan and Mrs. W. E.
Davey.
Arriving for Visit With*'
Captain and Mrs. Ware
Mrs. Spencer J. McCallie of
Chattanooga, Tennessee, will ar-
rive Monday by plane for a visit
with her son-in-law and daugh-
ter. Captain and Mrs. Robert L.
of Coco Solo. Captain
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The least understood, most critical, major war of our time
rafes in Indo-China, says Dewey. To meet fabulous General
de Lattre, who stands between the Reds and economic
mastery of the Orient; and to see through a Communist
propaganda smokescreen designed to confuse the world,
read his on-the-spot report:.

In Hm Dec. 15th Issue
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Worthy Matrons of O.E.S.
Dine at Washington Hotel
The Worthy Matrons elect of
the several Eastern Star Chapters
of the Canal Zone had dinner at
the Washington Hotel last even-
ing. They were Mrs. A. R. Lom-
brola of Orchid Chapter. Balboa,
Mrs. John J. Crawford of Fern
Leaf Chapter. Pedro Miguel. Mrs.
William Badders. Coral Chanter,
Gatnn and Mrs. William Hidar-
its, Royal Palm of Cristobal.
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Entertains Members
Mrs. Benjamin Brundage. lead-
er of the Ruth Li"k of the Wom-
ans Auxiliary of Gatun Union
Church entertained the members
with a dessert and canasta nartv
at her home on Telephone Road,
Gatun. Wednesday night.
Thos who attended Included
Mr*. Al'^e o. clement, Mrs 8p'-
ly Fno1" Allen. Mrs. Leon J.
E-*olf. Mrs. Joseph Irvine. Mrs.
Howf-d R. Harris, Mrs. Richf-rd
Prnnlneton an* Mrs. Lawrence
W. Ch?mbers. Thegnerts for the,
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(Hi) to Hold Cocktail Party
An onen house with a cocktail
Dirty and buffet suooer will ce-
lebrate the redecoration of the
clrh rooms by the ladies of the
Golf Club. Sunday, December 16.
from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. It is re-
quested that reservations he
/made by calllnt* the club 3-1090.
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Author is Visitor
at Washington Hotel
Mr. Harry Hussey. a native of,
Canada and for many years a re- |
sldent of Pelplng, China, Is guest
at the Washington Hotel before
continuing his trip to Jamaica.
Mr. Hussey is a world wide tra-
veler and author. His book, "Ven-
erable Ancestor," Is a story of the
Empress Dowager of China, a
story of her life and time.
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Talk Of Sabotage Foil ows Explosion
Which Shattered Big Tank Killed 4
the explosion might have been
connected in tome way with re-
cent rpeorts o flying fireballs
: In the Southwest.
Police chief Houston Bragg
said "It looks unreasonable that
It could be anything but sabo-
TUCUMCARI, N. M., Dee. 14
(UP). A Mute water storage
task bunt with blast force in
this town of 8,500 population
Siterday, killing four residents,
urine toree others and wreck-
ing 15 biddings.
"This could not have been
anything bat sabotage," said
city water engineer Bert Rid-
dling.
The tank's collapse or explo-
sion witnesses' statements
were varying was timed at
4:10 am.
Water cascaded from the },-
000,000 gallon steel tank, flood-
ing a two-block area and razing
or damaging three warehouses,
several business buildings and
numerous houses.
Several railroad workers re-
ported they saw a blue flash
just before they heard the noise
of the tank giving way.
The entire town turned out
as the water supply was cut
off temporarily and the city's
power affected.
Officials Identified the dead
Sj Sieve O a liegos, 13; Deal
Klliott, his wife, Eva Ban Mi-
guel Elliott, 43, and their year-
old son, Tony.
The bodies of the Elliotts were
removed from the debris of
their adobe Spanish-style house
after it was wrecked by a huge
flying .sheet of steel which was
"Tipped off the tank.
'i lira. 8. M. Gallegos, 80, was
'! hospitalized with shock. Two
other persons also were hospi-
talised, neither of them in a
; serious condition.
City manager Jim Fleming
announced the Federal Bureau
i of Investigation and insurance
fcompany investigators had been
'ved1 to study the circum-
stances under which the tank
exploded or burst.
Riddling (aid: "A war zone Is
the.only place Tve ever seen
like this.
"Those explosions making this
kind of debris were caused only
by 1WT, dynamite or nitro-
glycerine
"The too of the water tank
went west, the building next
door went east and the walls
of the tank Just went In all
directions," he said.
"I cast believe It Is any-
thing but sabotage until It Is
proved otherwise," he said.
One resident who lived near
the tank, 60-year-old Lorenzo
Outlerrez, reported he saw what
appeared to be "flying fireballs
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However, In Alburquerque, Dr.
Lincoln La Paz, head of the
University of New Mexico's
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did not believe a meteor could
have caused the damage.
He admitted It was possible
Silver City Welfare
Council To Give Treat
Toys and refreshments will be
distributed at the Mount Hope
Stadium next week Saturday,
Dec 22 at s p.m. by the Wel-
fare Council of Silver City.
Tickets for the annual treaty
by the Council are available at
its headquarters and children
are requested to secure free ad-
mission tickets in advance.
Court Excelsior Holds
Last Meeting For '51
Court Excelaior, A. O. F., will
hold its last meeting for 1051
tomorrow night at its regular
meeting place.
The meeting will be of a
special nature, it was announc-
ed.
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College Presidents Ban Of Propose Bowl Games
Would Eliminate Freshmen
From Varsity Competition

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WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 14.(UP)Ten
college presidents investigating the evils of amateur
sport have come up with four proposals, whichif
_ acceptedcould change the entire sports picture
next year.
One would ban all football bowl games. Another
would eliminate freshman athletes from varsity
competition. Another would eliminate 'snap' courses
lor athletes. The fourth would take the control of
scholarships away from the athletic department and
give it to the school's scholarship board.
President John Hannah of Michigan State,
chairman of this investigating group, made this
four-point platform known yesterday in Washing-
ton, D. C.
Hannah says these proposals would eliminate
such practices as...
Lavish entertainment of prospective athletes by
colleges... and coaches, armed with a pocketful of J.&Apoio
scholarships, touring the country in search of athle-
tic talent.
Hannah's committee will meet again on Jan-
uary 6th and 7th to complete its survey and study
new proposals. One subject on the agenda is the
question of.how much financial help to give ath-
letes.
Races
Tomorrow
lit Race "F-2- Natives6'., Fr*.
Ezzard Charles Decisions
Joey Maxim For Fifth Time
NEW YORK, Dec. 14 (UP) I Charles blames his lack-luster
Former Heavyweight Champion1 showing on the 190 pounds hel
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Yankees, Beermen Battle For
Top Spot In League Tonight
uuii ** vtki me iiKiiv ncvjr- out, i umii t nave any Duunce
weight champion Wednesday, Charles says Maxim Is a smart
night. Right afterward, he an- fighter but didn't give him any
nounced he was ready for an-1 trouble.
Ti'r. I.: f?K SfeS n 4 Ezzard Charle ha de It five,carried into the ring The ex-
i AT r i a* r, ~u ,-a I for "veov" Joey Maximbut In'champ says the weight might
5Zn2?A^5Sft /'UIX ?S srh 1 wayv.K .le" the San mn" have been too. much. "Whether
? nnn^an?n v ^.S cisco fans Iwolng and catcalling.! it was the weight or the ring
tSnmion Q i rn??ri? ?.har.les scored a c,len-cut but mat," says Ezzard, "I don't know
~?m i S011*"1?* }?2 du" wm over tne 1Jfht heavy-'But, I didn't have any bounce."
5El Mono J. Baeza, Jr. 117x weight champion Wednesday
6La Prensa F. Rose 114 ------
7Eclipse V. Ortega 114
, j ... . ,~:, ,, ther 8n0t at Joe Walcott's tltle.j The referee warned Cha"rles a-
2nd Race F-i Native.-*** F>. I'll fight Walcott anyUme. any-bout low blows twice and the
Purse: $273.00 Pool Closes 1:15 where,7' said Charles. But the1 crowd booed several other times
, ^.on^ceo^,UV;D),V,b'e,,, 10.000 ringsiders and millions of Jack Kearns, the manager of
i~~ap,om T V.Castillo 115 .televiewers were unlmpresed. Maxim, thought Charles should
2Cacique Jos* Rodriguez 115 Charles and Maxim have fought1 have been punished for the low
3Aqu Estoy E. Campbell 112x62 rounds since 1942 without'punches
i?eyM ulx elther being knocked off hts feet.1 "If we had fought any place
C.Chong ll2x Time and again Charlea had. but here," ays Kearns, "they'd
O. Cruz 115 Maxim In trouble but the light'have taken six rounds away from
heavyweight champion was nev- Charles."
3rd Race "G" Natives 4',4 Fgs.'er in danger of going down.
i runs came In the sixth
Purse: $250.00 Pool Closes 1:45
One-Two
1Barn
2Maravilla
3Orgullosa
As de Oro
E. Sllvera 100
O. Ramos 107x
O. Chants 106
V. Ortega 112
A. Bazan 110
Playground Sports
'Silver City Elementary School
BaseballLittle League
AnnualBrOOklin Margarita Sports
Tourney Set For
Brazos Dec. 17
The annual Brookllne Tourna-
ment will get under way at the
Brazos Brook Golf Club com-
mencing Dec. 17 with contestant
being permitted to complete the
first round matches by Sunday
evening, Dec. 23.
The entry sheet will close this
Sunday, Dec. 16 when the draw
will be made and so for 24 teams
have signed up for this ever pop-
ular event. As generally known a
Brookllne Tournament consists
of foursome play with each
member ofthe team driving from
every tee. They then select one
of their drives and complete the
bole taking alternate strokes at
the one ball.
In teaming up member are
reminded that the combined
minimum handicap must not be
lower than 16 while the maxi-
mum handicap permissible will
be 40.
As In other years Messrs. Cas-
Cristobal Takes Volleyball
Championship; MRA Presents
Silver Volleyball!
4th Race t-V Imported4!i Frs.
Purse: $375.00 Pool Closes 2:20
Quiniela
1Sans Soucl J. Contreras 117
2Interlude J. Saman lego 112
3Rlnty J. Avila 120
4Incomparable B. Pulido 115
5Delhi E. Silvera 108
6Cobrador C.Ruiz 111
7Alabarda V. Ortega 120
Maxim had red welts below the
belt line on both sides.
Charles Is scheduled to fight
Joe Kahut In Portland, Oregon,
on December 21st. He hopes for
a return bout with Walcott In
February or March.
While Charles guns for Wal-
Intramurals cott' 'ormer Champion Jack
A capacity crowd witnessed the PemPsey ^ preparing an ama-
openlng of the Elementary In- 'eur tournament to dig up new
tramurals Baseball Monday with, heavyweight talent. Dempsey s
raves international tournament will
'offer a yearly prize of $20,000 to
the winner.
PANAMA PRO LEAGUE
i The Standings I when Clem Koshorek aided them
i TEAM Won Lost Pet. by committing an error.
Bluebirds.......2 1 .8*7 _____
Tanked. .." :: i o* Double ServiiKi
Brownies........1 3 .250
LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS FIRST GAME
Panam Stadium Spur Cola AB R H PO
Bluebirds 6, Brownie, 1; Yankees Arthurs, H., 3b 4
5, Bombers t. I Lpez, u ]
TONIGHT'S GAME (7:30) Ware, lb. ... J
Panam Stadium Barnett, rf 4
Carta Vieja Yankees (Fricano) Peeples, c . 4
vs. Cervecera Bluebirds (Alonso) Charles, If. 4
Hall, 2b.....J
leading aTalt.....1
a
. a
place Yanks at the Panam Na- Burke, p .... 0
tlonal Stadium. Marlon Fricano1 Arthurs,
Is scheduled to start on the
mound for the Yankees while
Tonight the league
Bluebirds will defend their slim Best, cf .
half-game lead against the third Knowles, cf
: the Dodgers edging the Bi
5-4.'
In a simple ceremony with W.
Wllkle, principal, pitching, H.
"I want to get some of these
big, strong boys from out of the
woods," says the Manassa Maul-
er, "and give them a chance to
Cockburn, catching, and A. Phil-
lips, batting, the game began.
The Dodgers drew first blood,
5th Race "B" Imported 7 Fes. scor,lng "f m the initial frame hw"rheir"possb'itres"
Purse: $750.00 Pool Closes 2:55 " tw h.lt4L.an,l*J,a*sJed balLJ Dempsey hopes to get the tour-
T?>r t'J'.1.8,1 and ,lCOre^ nament Parted next March In
triS? Th!&.*-."i"..*-"* elther Cleveland or Pittsburgh.
Ll lr rhJ^SrSfrt gt.n S Weekly Sh0W8 W00ld OllOW a- ~"~ ' *"u ""
? '. SSi stanI*' *nd, round the country and in Latin Beermen won, 6-1.
America, Europe and Canada. In
1Tomebamba J. Contrer's 117
2Paragon R. Vsquez 114
3Polvorazo V. Ortega 121
4Galante II O. Chanls 112
Fasron 105, second half cham- gfc"tt'"glrtL!JI f.%
nm m.t rvutnhal ir.nr. *f rurse: $375.00 Fool Closes 3.35
plons met Cristobal, winners of
the first half, in the playoff .
match for the crown of the Mar.i'
First Race of the Doubles
J. Avila 115
veteran promoter Andy Nefder-
reiter and the ex-champ's busl-
garlta Volleyball League Wednes-
2Atasn
J. Baeza, Jr. 112x
F. Rose 115
R. Vsquez 115
V. Rodrig'z 112x
V. Ortega 115
E. Sllvera 115
B. Pulido 111
day night 13~Tuoac
All the' games played were^T^"?0
strongly contested and actually!? A ? .
much closer in the actual pMtjS?V8i
lng than the scores Indicated.'i"~SK5 Vn
The serve often alternated half!"-fe '"la
a dozen times before a point was'warseiiesa
scored by either team. Cristobal ... ,. .,"7'. ." .,, _
won the first game 15-9. but Faa-I 'th 5^1"21|"tSfefl S
ron came back with a vengeance IPun,e: *!75-M ~ PocI cloK' 4:05
In the second game keeping Cris-
tobal continually off balance to
win 15-7. In the final game, how-
ever, Cristobal again came out
on top 15-10 to win the 1951 Mar-
arita Volleyball Championship
three in the third.
The score by Innings :
Dodgers 113 0 05
Braves 4 0 0 0 04
Antonio Dudley, Vincent Fost-
O. Snchez 1 Mne^hr^blfertFordeand Ivan-1 winner of the various boxing
"WtSff to comprised JffUS&mX W H
eight .teams. They are the Dodg- ^SJS Sg/tS finals would
?. .S!H be held, in New York or Chicago
"It will be so widely televise
Andrs Alonso will open for the
Beermen.
The Beermen lead the third-
place Yankees by only a half-
game but the Chesterfield Bomb-
ers, who are in second place on
percentage points, are one full
game behind the leaders.
Last night the Bluebirds teed
off on Ernest Burke, the Brown-
ies' righthander, and shelled him
with five hits and five runs in
the first inning before he could
even get two men out.'
Rookie Stanley Arthurs, who
relieved Burke, pitched good ball
the rest of the way allowing
only one run for the next seven
Innings. Meanwhile, the Blue-
birds' lefty Peter Nicolisalso
making his first local startlim-
ited the Sodamen to five scat-
tered hits and one run as the
8.. p
l
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Inning Losing PitcherBurke (0-1).
Winning PitcherNicolis (1-0). -
DoubleplaysH older,' Brath-
walte, Barbee; 8.' Arthurs, Lpez.
Ware. UmpiresRoberta, Kara.
maftltes, Hinds. Time of Game
2:27.
SECOND GAME
Chesterfield AB R H PO A
5 0 15 1
5 0 2 17
5 0 3 3 4
5 0 12 1
4 10 10
3 1 1 S 0
4 0 4 2 0
4 0 0 7 0
4 0 0 0 1
Totals . .
Cervecera
Holder, cf. .
Tedesco, ss .
Parrls. 3b .
Barbee, lb.
.32
AB
. 4
. 5
. 5
a
Oanss, c. . 4
Brathwalte, 3b 3
Miller, If. ... 4
Thome, rf . 3
Roberta, rf. . 0
Nicolis, p . 4
6 34 14
HPO A
3 4
1
1
10
7
2
1
1
0
0
E
11 Bernard, 2b .
0 Austin, as .
0 Tumlnelll. 3b
0 Brathwalte, If
0 Montelro, cf .
0 Prescott, rf .
11 Napier, c-. .
0 Williams, lb .
0 Johnson, p .
0'
0 Totals.....39
o! Carta Vieja AB
Koshorek, ss. 4
Jacobs, 2b. .
Kropf, cf .
Lynch. If .
Cronln, rf .
0; Kubskl, lb .
0 Jazlnski, 3b .
0 Dabek, c . .
1! Thomas, p .
0 Patrick, p .
Of
0 Totals .v. .
0
i.:
Or.
1
0
0
0
0
0
J...
3 11 24 14
R HPO A
3
8
H
E
o-
0
o-
0
o
0
Totals.....34 6 11 37 14 1
Score By Innings
Spur Cola 000 000 0101
Cervecera 501 000 00x
aFanned for Hall in 9th. Runs
Batted InParrls, Brathwalte 3,
Miller 3. Barnett. Earned Runs
Spur Cola 1, Cervecera 5. Left
on BasesSpur Cola 9, Cervece-
ra 10. Three Base HitBrath-
walte. Two Base Hits H. Arth-
urs. Parris 2, Brathwalte.Holder,
the venture with Dempsey are uled games last night at the
former matchmaker Nat Rogers,[Panam National Stadium. The
ers, Braves, Yankees,
Browns, White Sox, Indians, and
Ca.dlnals.
or the third year in a row.
At the conclusion of the match
Coach G. E. Lust presented sU- 8urlecano
(Continued on Page 13)
Second Race of the Doubles
1Caonazo A. ngulo US
2Charles S. F. Rose 114
3Mayordomo J. Avila 118
4Zevelanla D. D'Andrea 112
5Goylto) C. Ruiz 112
6Doa Eleida) V. Castillo 112
7Athos O. Grael 112
J. Bravo 113
ullo's of Coln are sponsoring
this tournament and the mem-
bers of the winning team will
each receive a Mido Multlfort
watch and the defeated final-
ists will receive handsome tro-
phies.
HEADACHE?
caused by acid indigestion or temporary slaggishnesi
8th Race "H" Impo
Purse: $400.00 Pool Closes 4:40
Quiniela
1Hit J. Samaniego 120
2Scotch Chum V. Castillo 119
3Prestigio C. Ruiz 120
4Batt. Cloud V. Ortega 112
O. Snchez 120
J. Cont'ras 115
5Hechizo)
6Danescourt)
7Montmartre
8Lujoso
9Mr. Foot
10-Mariscalito
J. Bravo HI
O. Chanis 120
B. Moreno 120
Q. Cruz 120
PARASO (VOLLEYBALL)
The girls volleyball league
continued Tuesday night with
the Las Estrellas and Los Corsa-
rios tangling at the Paraso
Gymnasium. Showing their skill
under, the management of Jean
Farquharson, the Las Estrellas
girls defeated Los Corsarios. This
game was sponsored by the Phy-
sical Education and Recreation
Branch.
The Corsarios team made a
brilliant start by winning the
says Jack,
offer more
winner.
we ma
than
ay
$20,
first of two sched- Charles. Stolen BaseTedesco."
Hit by PitchS. Arthurs (Brath-
walte). Wild PitchNicolis. Base
on Balls offBurke 1, 8. Arth-
urs 4, Nicolis 5. Struckout by-
Arthurs 1, Nicolis 7. Hits and
Runs offBurke and 5 in 1-3
second game went to the Yan-
kees, 5-2, over the Bombers.
The Smokers outhit the Yan-
kees 11-5 but failed to bunch
their blows. The Smokers only Inning; Arthurs 6 and 1 in 8 2-3; 2:35.
A. .39 5 5 37 11 |
Score By Innings
Chesterfield 000 002 0003
Carta Vieja 001 300 lOx5"
Runs Batted InLynch, Jac-
obs, Napier, Williams, Kubskl.
Earned RunsChesterfield 1.
Carta Viela 1. Left on Bases
Chesterfield 10, Carta Vieja 8.
Two Base HitPrescott. wild
PitchesJohnson 3. Base on
Balls offJohnson 8, Thomas 1,
Struckout byJohnson 2, Thom-
as 1. Patrick 2. Hits and Runs off
Thomas 8 and 3 in 8 3-3 in- '
nings; Patrick 3 and 0 ln31-3,;
Doubleplays Tumlnelll, Bern-
ard. Williams; Dabek, Jacobs.
Losing PitcherJohnson (1-1),
Winning PitcherThomas (1-0),
Umpires Roberts, Parchment.
Karamaftit.es. Time of Oime-
000 to the
Ten Businessmen
Buy Franchise Of
'AAf Mobile Bears
MOBILE, Ala., Dec. 14 (UP)
. A group of 10 businessmen here
first set but could not continue Wednesday announced they had
Get sparkling Eno ... today! Let it
relieve your sick headache two
raya.- Eno quickly helps neutralize
excess stomach acid... and Eno
ssTeo acts as a speedy, gentle laxa-
tive when needed!
1. FUASANT as a glass of spar-
kling, bubbly soda water!
S. LAXATIVI relieves temporary
, 3Fulanito
sluggishness quickly. (Take be- | 4Gay Ariel
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3. ANTACIDrelieves sourness, gas 6Astoria
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Used by millions. Effervescent Eno I fc~K!L.
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DULLNESS, OVERINDULGENCE and
SOUR STOMACH.
9th Race '1-2' Imported6Vi Fgs.
Purse: $375.00 Pool Closes 5:15
One-Two
1Lituana J. Phillips 115
2Don Salomn B. Pulido 115
V. Castillo 115
O. Ramos H2x
V. Arauz 115
J. Samaniego 115
C. Lino 115
A. Phillips 115
C. Ruiz 115
their winning effort. In the sec-
ond set Elsie Oraham and Jean
Farquharson got together and
after shuffling the team by re-
placing Delores Beckles, Evelyn
Ford and Catalina Burnett, it
was a one-sided game.
Jean Couloote of Corsarios
demonstrated that she Is a net
master by playing all net balls
perfectly for the night. Gloria
Stewart, manager of Corsarios,
bought the franchise of the Mo-
bile Bears of the Southern Asso-
ciation. The price was not dis-
closed.
The group said it expects to
continue the Bears' working a-
greement with the Brooklyn
Dodgers and make every effort
to keep the Bears in the win-
ning bracket.
The trade ends the reign of
feels that if her aces Evelyn and Edgar Allen, Jr., and Bob Allen
Kat" '
wou
v Wilson were on hand they! who have operated the Class AA
ild have won the game. The,'club since they moved it here
final score was 15-9, -15, 2-15
4-15.
Juan Franco Tip
By CLOCKER
TAKE GOOD-TASTING
10th Race 'F' Imported1)4 Fgs.
Purse: $500.00 Pool Closes 5:40
At all druggists-Get Eno today. 1 Mimo J. Samaniego 114
. 2The Chef A. Phillips 115
I 3Alto Alegre B. Pulido 120
'4Newminster B. Moreno 118
5The B. Road J. Phillips 120
1Don Joaqun
2Tap Girl
3As de Oro
4Alabarda
5Tomebamba
8Marsellesa
7Hurlecano
8Montmartre
9Lacnico
10Newminster
they
from Knoxvllle, Tenn., in 1944.
The Bears have finished in the
first division of the Southern
Association for five of those sev-
en years and In 1947 won the
pennant v
The club is pUotless currently,
but the new owners said they
expect to name a new manager
Politico
Don Si/./ir soon.
Barn' The new owners are O. H. May,
Interlude, Capt. Clarence Reed, J. Roy
Polvoraio Smith, J. E. Toomey, James O.
, Atasn1 McPhilllps, R. M. Weinacker, Jr.,
Goyito (e) IE. W. Jemlson, Alfred Delchamps,
Battling Cloud Dr. Joe Little and R. B. Wllkins.
Lituana Officers for the new
Alto Alegre zatlon were not named.
organ!-
RACES SATURDAY and SUNDAY
DOUBLES
1st 2nd 6th, 7th RACES
ONE-TWO
3rd and 9th RACES
COLON:
For the convenience of
our patrons we are now
operating both at the
"COPACABANA" and
"SAVOY."
T^V-i

SATURDAYS STELLAR RACE

5th RACE "B" IMPORTEDS 7 Fgs.
PURSE: $750.00 POOL CLOSES: 2:55
1 TOMEBAMBA..........J. Contreras 117
2 PARAGON ............ R. Vsquaa 114
3 POLVORAZO............v. Ortega 121
4 GALANTE U............o. Chanis 112
wz<* franco Kacc H%ac6
QUINIELAS
4th and 8th RACES
CHILDREN ARE NOT ALLOWED
AT THE RACE TRACK
SUNDAYS FEATURE RACES
5th RACE "A" IMPORTEDS 7 Fgs.
PURSE: $1,000.00 POOL CLOSES: 2:55
1 ROYAL COVP............/. Bravo
2 RATHLIN LIGHT.........;. Phillips
3 CHACABUCO............g, Silvera
4 GR/S/................;. Bam Jr,
126
105
103
OSx
9th RACE "D" IMPORTEDS- 6/2 Fgs.
PURSE: $600.00 POOL CLOSES: 5:15
ONE-TWO
1
2
3
4
5
ROCKY................; c. Lino 115
PAMPERO H........... E. gavera 100
SILVER DOMINO........B. Moreno 116
^KyiAL...............R. Vsquem \J14
FULL...................;. Rrewo 120
6 (CORAGGIO..............a. B 7 (ROND1NELLA........../. Contreras 112
8 ROYAL ALLIGATOR......O. Chanis 114
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AT, DECEMBER 14, 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAOB THIRTEEN
econd Annual C. Z. Junior College Basketball Tournament Opens Dec. 26
Light Race In National Pro Football
League For Gaining, Passing Honors
PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 14
IP.) Latest National Foot-
.11 League figures show a tight
ce for ground gaining and pas-
ig honors on the final Sunday
the season coming.
Bob Goode of Washington
ads ground gainers with 844
rds only 11 more than Ed-
Pries of the New York Giants.
another department, Price is
thin striking distance of a
igue record for carries In one
ason. He needs 23 rushes a-
lnst the New York Yanks to
P the mark of 263 set in 1949
f Steven Van Buren of Phila-
ilphla.
Leu than one yard separates
.e three leading passers Norm
In Brocklln of Los Angeles has
nlne-point-oh-four average
Db Waterfleld. also of the Rams,
u an elfht-pomt-62 average
id Otto Graham of Cleveland
U an elsht-polnt-59 average.
Bobby Layne of Detroit leads
passing yardage with two-
iousand-172 yards. He has
'thrown 29 touchdown passes,
three less than the record set by
Sid Luckman m 1943.
Doak Walker of Detroit leads
In scoring with 95 points. Water-
field Is second with 92 points.
The Rams lead in total of-
fense and are only 322 yards away
from breaking a record they set
last year. The Rams have gnlned
flve-thousand-99 yards hi 11
games. Los Angeles leads in pas-
sing with three-thousand-40
gained. San Francisco Is the
strongest running team having
gained two-thousand-279 yards.
The Giants have the strongest
defense against a groudd attack.
They have given up only 870
yards for an average of slightly
over two-yards per rush. Los An-
geles and Philadelphia have a
nlp-and-tuck battle going for
C defense honors. Los Angeles
allowed 41-polnt-four per
cent of opposition passes to get
through. Philadelphia's average
Ja 41-point-flve per-cent._______
College Basketball
Results
, ..ednesdsy Night)
BAST
. John's (Bkn) 3, Wagner 41
Dlumblm.M, Rutgers 41
rineeton 88, Lehlgh 89
iw Hampshire 7, Lowell Tex-
tile 49
yracuse 99, Niagara 78
onnecticut 86, Brown 68
owdoin 76, Bates 72
oston Univ. 72, Brandis 67
ufti 51, Clark 34
msricsn Int'l 48, Massachus-
etts 47
srtmouth 75, Vermont 55
t. Joseph's (Phlla.) 67, I'psala
|49
rnn 89, Mohlenberg 64
emple 92, Phil Pharmacy 43
ualle 62, Lafayette 52
mherst 67, Coast Guard Acad-
emy 57
>rdham 68, New York AC 47
Jlby 96, Maine 78
errimack 71, Portland (Me.)
JC 66 I
srvard 69, Wssleyan 55
ridgeport 79, Hartwlck 53
fred 56, St. Lawrence 42
iffalo 81, Toronto 42
iieens (NY) 57, New York Ma-
ritlme 55
:nn Military 82, Moravian 89
ippery Rock 69, Alliance (Pa.)
48
MIDWEST
righam Young 58, Toledo 57
tinois 74, Chicago Loyola 66
ilsa 48, Arkansas 44
orthern Illinois 74, Depaul 69
incordia (III.) 67, Chicago 47
iaml (O.) 61, Dayton 66
usklngum 74, Otterbein 73
cKendree (III.) 62, Millsaps
(Miss.) 58
ncalo Tehrs. 64, Sam Houston
(Tex.) 46
isconsin Tchrs. 65, Northwest-
ern (WIs.) 44
thany (Has.) 195, Tabor (Kas.)
56
.estern Michigan 79, Valparaiso
68
epauw 60, Ball State 53
ockhurst 58, Baker (Kas.) 58
SOUTH
laryland 54, William ft Mary 58
altimore 75, Kings 67
otomac 85, Frost burg 76
^ake Forest 78, McCrsry 65
lississippi State 59, Louisiana
State 54
ouisville 72, Eastern Kentucky
179
ieorgetewn (DC) 70, Loyola Bal-
timara M
ouisisns Tech 53, Henderson 44

Milllgan (Tenn) 68, King (Tenn)
8 a.
Xavier (New O.) 58, Jackson
(Miss.) 39
Mercer (Oa.) 79, Fort Jackson
(SO 57
Hampden-Sydney 75, Davis Elk-
ins I
Georgia Tchrs. 82, Wofford 73
Howard 59, Delaware State 37
High Point 88, Erskine 72
Stetson 63, Florida Southern 48
Miami 8, Culver Stockton 54
Sprint; Hill 79, Troy (Ala.) 52
SOUTHWEST
Hardin- Simmons 61, Goodfellow
AFB 56
FAR WEST
San Francisco 55, Kansas State
53
Phillips Oilers 87, Idaho 51
Arisona 68, Los Angeles Loyola 69
Washington State 63, Goniaga 47
Utah SUte Agglos 64, Col. of Pa-
cific 54
Stats 57, Montana
Fight Dope
By UNITED PRESS
Light heavyweight contender
Harold Johnson of Philadelphia
Is clamoring for a crack at Joey
Maxim's title. Johnson says his
10-round decision win over top-
ranking light heavyweight Ar-
chie, Moore Monday night at Mil-
waukee should clinch a title
Wrut.
"I want Maxim," says John-
son. "IX he won't fight I'll take
on anyoneeven Joe Walcott."
Moore, who had been unbeat-
en lri his last 17 fights, was dis-
appointed. His manager, Charley
Johnson, says Moore would have
beaten Johnson had he started
faster.
"I had him out on his feet In
the ninth round," says Moore,
"but the bell saved him.''
Charley Johnson, who also
manages Featherweight Champ
Sandy Saddler, was called on the
carpet by the Wisconsin Boxing
Commission. Johnson criticized
the officiating after Paddy De
Marco beat Saddler In Milwau-
kee on August 27.
Johnson apologized. But be
denies telling New York sports
writers, "You can't win in Mil-
8 Teams To
US Clinches
Participate In Davis Cup'
4-DaySchedule Cha,|enge Spof
The second annual Canal Zone
Junior College Basketball Tour-
nament has been announced by
Director Bob Mower as getting
under way with the opening
round games on December 26th.
Tournament games will be play-
ed every night from the 26th
through the 29th, with the fin-
als and consolation games slat-
ed for the last night of the fes-
tivities.
Eight teams have been Invited
and accepted bids for this year's
tournament. Cristobal High
School; the defending champions,
will be back as well as both the
host, Junior College and Balboa
High School. Other teams In the
tournament for the second year
are the Balboa Working Boys,
Cristobal Athletic Club, runner-
up in the 1951 championships,
and the 15th Natal District team.
Newcomers this year are the po-
tent Powells team from the At-
lantic side and the always fine
team from Albrook Air Force
Base.
Cristobal High, already victors
over the Key West team from
Florida, will be favored to cop
the trophy again this time. The
most serious challenge will in all
Erobablllty come from the Al-
rdok team and the Cristobal
Athletic Club five.
Powells, last year's Atlantic
side basketball champs, and the
Navy team, which went to the
semifinals in the tournament
last year, will rate as the chief
dark horses In the event. The
Working Boys, Balboa High, and
Junior College are only given an
outside chance of getting much
East the first round of competl-
lon.
Bob Mower, Junior College
coach, as well as Director of the
tournament, said that tentative
plans called for trophies for the
first three place teams this year.
All games will be played at the
new Balboa Gymnasium. There
will be plenty of seats available
for the public, and Information
on ticket sales, times of the
games, and the drawings will be
announced in the very near fu-
ture.
Margarita Sports
(Continued from Page 12)
ver volleyballs on behalf of the
Margarita Recreation Associa-
tion to the following members of
the Cristobal team:
Ray Simons (captain), Trevor
Simons, Carl Simons, Bucky Hall,
Jack Pescod, Buckeye Swearln-
gen, Max Welch, Frank Conno-
ver, and Louis Harper,
The Margarita Recreation As-
sociation, which encourages and
sponsors many recreational ac-
tivities in the Margarita commu-
nity, has made these awards for
the past four years. The MRA Is
also sponsoring a team in the
Atlantic Pony League at present.
The Margarita Gymnasium is
your gymnasiumenjoy it!
Connolly, Richards Head Sullivan Award
Amateur List; Kazmaier Not Mentioned
MELBOURNE, Australia, Dee.
14 (UP)Ted Schroeder and
young Tony Trabert clinched
victory for the United States in
the Davis Cup inter-zone finals
by defeating Lennart Bergelin
and Sven Davidsson of Sweden,
6-6 ,9-6, 6-9, 6-3, 6-2 before 5,964
partisan fans cheering for the
underdog Swedes.
Two singles matches will be
played tomorrow anyway, but
they have assumed the character
of mere exhibitions.
Today's hard fought win, com-
bined with yesterday's sweep of
two singles matches, placed the
V. 8. for the 33rd time in the
Davis Cup challenge round.
The Americans face Australia,
the 1959 Cup champion nation,
in Sydney in a fire-match series
beginning Dec. 26.
The Australian Lawn Tennis
Association said the Australian
team.that will defend the Davis
Cup will comprise Frank Sedg-
man, Ken McGregor, Mervyn
Rose and Ian Rose, 22, Austra-
lia's newest net star who won a
berth on the squad by beating
most of Australia's top tennis
players this year.
Sports Shorties
MOBILE, Alabama, Dec. 14
(UP.) Three more football
stars have been named to the
North All-Star team for the Sen-
ior Bowl at Mobile, Alabama.
Each team for the January 5th
game now has signed 16 players,
with eight more to go.
The latest additions to the
North team are Washington
backfleld star Hugh McElhenny,
and two Wisconsin aces pas-
ser John Coatta and center Hal
Faverty. McElhenny holds the!
Pacific Coast Conference record
for rushing with nearly 25-
hundred yards gained in three
seasons.
By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK, Dec. 14 (UP)
Nine candidates were being vot-
ed upon Thursday for the James
E. Sullivan Memorial Award as
the year's outstanding amateur
athlete and It looked like a close
race between tennis champ Mau-
reen Connolly and pole vaulter
Bob Richards.
Richards, the winning parson
from Chicago who was the first
man since Cornelius Warmerdam
to clear 15 feet, appeared on
precedent to have an edge over
the 16-year-old national ama-
teur court queen. For of the 21
previous awards, 12 were won by
track stars.
Two surprises In the vote
being conducted by the nation-
al AAU were the snubbing of
Dick Kazmaier, Princeton foot-
ball All-Ameriean, and BlUy
Maxwell of Odessa, Tes., who
came out of nowhere to win
the National Amateur golf
championship.
Two gridders, Doc Blanchard
and Arnold Tucker, both of
Army, were previous winners and
Kazmaier certainly deserved rec-
ognition as a candidate at least
on his new national total offense
record.
But the AAU snubbed Kazma-
ier and Maxwell and named four
swimmers, two track aces and
one each from weight lifting,
tennis and basketball for the
battle of the ballots.
Yet the race appeared to be
between Miss Connolly and Rich-
ards, even though Don Budge in
1937 was the only tennis star
ever to win the Sullivan Award
In its previous 21 years.'
"Little Mo," as the San Diego
court slugger is known, con-
tributed one of the year's out-
standing athletic achievements
when she matched Helen Wills
Moody's unprecedented feat of
winning the national tennis
crown at 16. Her victory In the
deciding match of the Wight-
man Cup series against Eng-
land also enabled the United
States to win the trophy.
Richards, In addition to be-|
coming the second man ever to
clear 15 feet in the vault also'
won the 1951 Pentathlon cham-l
plonshlp on his first try. And he
did it with the fourth highest
score ever recorded by an Amer-
ican In this event.
Rounding out the list of candi-
dates, any one of whom would be
a fitting winner, are John Davis,
Brooklyn, welghtlifter; Patricia!
Keller McCormick, Los Angeles,
diving star; Wayne Moore, Yale,
swimmer; Carol Pence, Lafayette,
Ind., swimmer; Jim Thomas,
Baltimore, swimmer; Mai Whlt-
fleld, Columbus track ace, and
George Yardley, San Francisco
basketball player.
Davis, 1948 Olympic champion,
has been national heavyweight
weight lifting champion since
1938 and holds the world records
in all three lifts In his class. Miss
McCormick won rrine U.S. diving
titles from 1949 through this
year and Is the only woman in
swimming history to hold all five
diving championships In one
given year.
Moore holds the national 299
and 496 meter freestyle cham-
lonsblps and is a member of
ale's world record relay team.
Miss Pence set American rec-
ords in winning the national
Indoor and outdoor 266 yard
and 299 meter breaststroke
championships.
Thomas, former North Caro-
lina swim star, holds the outdoor
100-meter backstroke and Indoor
medley crowns. Whltfleld. hold-
er of the Olympic 800-meter
mark won the 400 and 800 meter
races at the Pan-American games
and last summer in Japan com-
peted in 30 events without a loss.
Yardley, former Stanford bas-
ketball star, was top man of the
national AAU basketball cham-
pions. .
It's g good list, even without
Kazmaier and Maxwell, but tha
rooting In this corner is for "Lit*
tie Mo."
HAMLET IN RIGHT SPOT
ARLINGTON, Mass. (UP.)
The Arlington Friends of th6
Drama, an amateur theatrical
group, is headed by Russell T.
Hamlet.
jboa Bar
\
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LEXINGTON, Kentucky, Dee.
14 (UP.) The Kentucky
Wildcats big center Bill Splvey
may be in shape to play in
the Sugar Bowl Basketball Tour-
nament.
Splvey, who underwent a knee
operation a few weeks ago. took
his first real workout Tuesday
and the Wildcats Immediately
named him captain for the 1951-
52 season.
Coach Adolph Rupp says the
seven-foot All-America should
be ready to play In about 15 days.
That would give Splvey plenty of
time for the Sugar Bowl Tourna-
ment in New Orleans on Decem-
ber 28th and 29th. Brigham
Young, Vlllanova and St. Louis
also are in the tournament.
waukee If they dont want you
to." Johnson says, "If I said that,
I wouldn't be back in Milwau-
kee."
BASEBALLThe St. Louis
Browns have about decided to
take righthander Ned Garver off
the trading block.
President Bill Veeck says the
Browns have been Improved en-
ough through trades so that they
don't have to trade their 20-
game winner of last season.
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DAILY NEWSPAPER
Panama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country it safe" Abraham Lincoln.
TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR
PANAMA, R. P FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1951
EIVE CENTS
The veterinary hospital at
the Corozal Quarantine Station
will begin regular operations
with a Health Bureau veteri-
narian In charge starting Mon-
day, Dec. 17, It was announced
yesterday by Maj. Gen. George
W. -Rice. Health Director.
The veterinarian will be Dr.
Fafsert A. Gale, newly employed
by the Canal, who will also be
in charge of the quarantine
Kennels. | "" WASHINGTON, Dec. 14 (UP)
wiu"^0 frhnT*, ?n ^ mISSf An instr"cUn beet which and Justice, today revealed'eaess to avoid the use o nn- ;rUnlAed Bt*s officials said to-
will be from 2 to 5 p.m Mon- accidentally fell into the hands plan* for the organization of a utes. day they will have some stiff
J" SLTEflLSSL?" nistry of Governmen underground lommunist Among theplansM the or-1PrSeM^^S^nSSSf1
Maid Changed Story Of Narcotics, Se;
After Hiring Lawyer To Fight Tallulal
Uncover Local Red Plans For5
Movement Against Chirilanco m uedions
P WASHINGTON, Dec.
By GENE PATTERSON
NEW YORK, Dec. 14 (UP)
Tallulah Bankhead'a former
maid never accused the stage,
screen and radio star of spend-
ing money for narcotics and sex
6 am. to noon on Saturdays.
Because of the Inability to'
employ veterinarians, the hos- |imm< VauIU Ta
pita] ha* be*, operated pri- rdMllla I OtlH 10
vatelv in off-nuty hours bv Dr.
Robert r, Matheney. Health Bu- UjJ#i IImaM^sI
rcau veterinarian, since Sept ilOlU UllUIllUal
1950
Port about four years before rariwal al UaIaI
that, the hospital and quaran- LGllllffJI 81 llUlvl
tine kennels were operated onl
a contract basis by T. D. Cas-1 At a meeting held at El Pan-
serly, retired manager of Mindi ama this week a group of en-
Dairy, who left the Isthmus in thusiastic young men of Pan-
Sepfember 1950.
infiltration movement against ganiaatlon Is the "formation of mffJSFSn Tnst?, Sh_urch-
the Chlrlqui Land Co. In Puer- groups of friends of therdanf SLrr2SS*^U,te -* *"
to Armuelles. destine strucela in ev*rv vil ,i. nionin.
h According to the Instructions S^toaWtaai ESterf the*^ PSS-I*
"some of the moat firm and the Chlrlqui Land Company's 5E5L*.? $& ESHHi
decided dock and farm workers lands up to Concepcin^ ^fences ttoeHmSSM
are to form a secret organiza- The Insignia adopted by the' chuS will be called Porfi
tion to wage a clandestme underground organization is "a explain amona otnei- fhlnA
SHLSEfr *' riftVery ^"5122- !l?ld by an S& /Brs m^tandoffsh"^
%}TnKt.on. id the fJ.JfSttSJttX SSffffSHMM
Churchill also will meet de-
... -, ..^._,,. l,w ..Tii .-"".-w vwmubuo ui me lanuc naval command, i
dedicar,tS^ta* J*L22 'Ww and t0 Put,the struggle, Lagging coal production.
._.. dedicate themselves to spread- of the organization In first
ama decided that since there ing weekly written propaganda place above any political Dartv
t will be no official Carnival thtslin the different plantations of or candidate" ~"""" *"'
The animals of government yeari R1 panam should hold'the Chlrlqui (Land' Co.. pro-| __________
^P1.0^."-*^"1".08." be..boa.rded one as a tourist attraction, testing against the starvation ri *. ., .
he high prices In he f\t. kk\^l Hlfa
.. %,,-u *..--j I*Cv-----one * a touriai attraction, mui Himw me atarvauon
Si.T lh l,atJ2i25: keeping up the general tradi- i wages, the high prices in the
are re^meri SKfv operttton*tlon of Carnival gaiety. [commissaries and the compa-
presumed Monday. | ^ feCSSW IS! 3S
Wn.'eSd fnA8L of v.w "The"'foTlowm7'wr provision-, ny'l^" to throwabre A| /-.,*, PWM j
Tor* cSg\r ^ra,ed & *>' med a working - g*~ on the worker . for Q\ CUllindU EXpeded
New York State Veterinary Col- S11"" * ft flan* f?r f'r The mt?tion sheet lndlcau'r la ^ .r
,s [^*!rttff^fo^u|For. 10-Day Visit
194? ."ndCh^eLnterSticeOb.ldia Antonio Arias, ^ne.-j^^^i^hV^rf1S5
in Jamaica. New York. Miami,to Mndez Jr.. Clarence O.fS3k^2Lffi>_m?t S^
and (oral Gables. Florida. Boyd. Luis C. Alemn. Jr Raull^^e metood' o* rryTng
Arango, Jr., Jorge Ariaa,_Wuar-0Ut tnew) mnu im t?l}
Gaviln, Cartier
To Clash Tonight
do tagg. Jaime de la Guardia
Jr.,
de
Rogelio Alfaro,
Paredes, Rene
Rogelio G.
Estripeaut
ner in which a clandestine
struggle la* conducted."
According to the instructions.
Guillermo Andreve. This com- meetings of the organization
mittee will meet at noon to-'should be "infrequent, fast and
morrow at Hotel El Panam to without papers." It said the
the Carnival.'membersshould depend on their
in the majority of
NEW YORK. Dec. 14 (UP)__'make plans for ..._-----.-----_
Welterweight Champion Kid Others on the Carnival Com-, memories
Gaviln starts his drive for the mittee Include Raul Oasteoao-.....
middleweight crown tonight in ro, Dr. Juan Luis Correa, Dr.| r i
a television ten-rounder with Jorge Oarea, Octavio Mende? / ftf Af|f Aft f AflVlf lAfl
Walter Cartier. the No. 2 middle- Guardia, Dr. Oberto Arla*, Ro- "f# *WW IWIVU
weight contender. Both seek bert MeGrath.
Sugar Ray Robinson's 1M-! While details will be worked
pound title. out in the next few days, gen-
Of Stealing Shellac
,---- %TI. -_t UUL *" l,liC cai< icw nava, fjcii-
3sflss!*& LiftS's i ? electl0f,froni Pan Canal Co.
Sfflffi Qden will probably be of a Carnival Queen, who with!
SrSti? .-5 challef8:CTs bat- her court, ^m rtai over the,
land in the nZZJ Sf f"tlvlM- The coronation of Two workmen were convicted
month Former Charnnion -K? ?!?e Queen wlU take Place ta of P larce' " Balboa Ma-
pln is the No i tended \th* Patl tne nl,?ht of ** **fi*i Court this morning
P Gaviln win not be rteklrig L0,17ed % Po^'* Night on on charges of having stolen
his welterweight laurels Both 8unday\. Mamarracho night building materials from the
he and Cartier will scale more ?n Monday, while Tuesday will Panama Canal Company.
termined resistance to a formal
recreation of the World War II
type of U.8.-Brltlsh boards or
Big-Four parleys with Stalin.
Further groundwork on the
U. a side of the negotiations will
be given priority by Secretary of
State Dean Acheson, who return-
ed to his desk Thursday after a
six-week trip to Europe to meet
with high-level Atlantic Pact of-
ficials.
The Truman administration
already is finding It difficult to
plan for the Churchill visit
which many officials believe is
coming at an unfortunate time.
It Is said that Mr. Truman
welcomes the chance to talk with
Churchill but the President is
heavily preoccupied with domes-
tic Issues and the preparation of
his budget and State of the Un-
ion messages to Congress, which:
reconvenes Jan. 8.
No one knows yet, for exam-
ple, how it will be possible to.
arrange for Churchill to address
Congress during the busy open-
ing day of the new session.
until she retained an attorney to I
defend her against charges that
she stole from the actress, a!
state witness testified today.
Bernard Dolgln, an accountant
on the district attorney's staff,!
testified In the fifth day of the
larceny-forgery trial of Mrs. Ev-'
yleen Ramsay Cronin, 59.
The one-time vaudeville per-1
former is charged with stealing,
$4,284.60 from Miss Bankhead by
raising the amounts of expense!
checks the actress signed.
Dolgin said in General Sessions
Court that gray-haired, mother-
ly looking Mrs. Cronin was ques-1
tloned "seven or eight times" by'
him and assistant district attor-
ney Joseph Stone before she hir-'
ed a lawyer. Up to that time, he
said, she denied that Miss Bank-
head spent heavily on liquor,
marijuana and lovers. After she
obtained a lawyer, she switched
her storv. he said,.
Miss Bankhead, whom the
state is billing as its star witness,
was not in the criminal eourts
fi?uR.^ai Ban,had ,n Nw york t*- "* r
Miss Bankhead s maid has accused the star of beating Mrs.
building during most of the day's1 Oonin "at least 50 tunes."
L1\ ?AS ?ld .th*u*A"mie iF? ?he M,d he ever made tha
that Mrs. Cronin will testify that: statement" .
the incidental expenses for!
K1. *$.* BS?kheui rtBned' Morltt mo*ed twice for a mi
H nan Afl AI Aslaiea SShL ^\~?r J**1^*. trUl. contending both times tha]
UpeneO At UalUn K2n' C0Calne' m*W* <* the case against his client ha.
been prejudiced by the appear
anee of Miss Bankhead's person
Ogaff gWKiinS| f.e^lornSeel "SSg "
Sixth spuiway gates at atun iT^^"feXT %1 ttBH Sffi" fUr ^ '
Dam were opened Wednesday | claimed she spent any of mY ;mgnt anq ""*>-__________
night to control the heaviest1 Bankhead's money for "marilua-r r* 7~.
inflow of water into Oatun Lake na. cocaine, narcotics in anyilWO Colombian
form, or sex in any form." ikl -,. \
6 Spillway Gales
Al Galun
To Control Inflow
Dolgln testified that when Mrs.
Pfc. Richard C. Harris,
Air Fares Reduced
For Scouts Flying To
Jamaica Jamboree
he and Cartir'wllTVcaTe more on Monday while Tuesday will Panama Canal Company. !* r-nJhl'"^.^^-,"*"?' "P KKTG8TON, Dec. 14 Two
than the 147 pound Urn! C?" be the night of "Comparsas."| The thefts occurred under HarH^of rurfmrt^nw^,troPs Ca"ad^ boy scouts
tier a expected to outweTght ^e traditional burial of the.House 804, Ancon, where a ng'hU^-mbS&.dcSSt * ? y ? aWStS for,nex
him about 180 pounds to 150 sardine will take place at dawn,was at work. mw ave o th7 I^ithmn. ?earI flr"-t Carlbbean ^^
Despite Cartiers poundage iUh Wednesday. Vernon Rushmore Peart. 28-! He wUl arrive at Tocumen at
and punch, Gaviln is a slight The management of El Pan-|year-old Panamanian, was con- 9 am on Saturdav nSiM 2
favorite at 8-to-5 because of his.8ma has assured the Carnivalvlcted of haying taken a gal- a 10-day visit
speed and ruggedness. The Cu- Junta that It will cooperate ln|lon of Valspar, a half gallon Pfc. Harris enlisted in the Ta
252 haa *yl lasted the every way to make the Cam!-1of shellac, three paint brushes! Marine Corps in Aueust lflfil
X CtS?~T?L~en,a\0p- ?al a E^J*3.. and te all!and a htlf yard of garnet paper'nd has been stationed for
ped four times because of face,for making the affair an an- valued at $11. He was fined $15 training at Oamps Pendleton
cu,s- nual event at B Panama. and rrir, m_H. <- this rainy season. It was the
first time this season that six
gates had been opened simul-
taneously.
The heavy inflow into the
irm. or sex In any form." ikl -,, .
saTthaTslIe1 a^^ffi&'N0*? ShlP* Hfire
mpey/or "o-called incidentals' Two Colombian Naval vessel
lake7wa.".prentTy"ca^^ th^SS S>W &)SX S3
oca, thunderatormi ^ ^ JTI ffi^^'oaSi
.lay 23, 1B50, the wit-1Wer 1- u- s- Naval station, Rodl
| man, until tomorrow when thel
an intense ivmi Miunucisvutmi -
centered over the Trinidad erring w
arm of Gatun Lake, according ssion, on May
to George W. Matthews Chief nM**aW: ''A'""*' ""vu ""murrow wmn
Hydrographer. The storm was;.. "Mr etnc asked Mrs. Cronm;depart for Cartagena, Colombi
not general and onlv a few ,he ever expended money forL Tt>c caldas, a 1,583 ton dei
mal cocalne and marijuana and she oyer, and the Ciudad de P
' said she did not. She also said feira, a small transport, ar
returning^ from a mldshlpme
event at El Panama. and given a 10-day jail sen- California.
To Hold Off Painting On CZ
So As To Avoid Renf Boosts
tence. The Jail term was sus-!. He as graduated from Bal-
pended and he was placed on a H|Gh School with the Class
probation for a year.
James Russel Belgrave. 36,
Panamanian, was fined $10 for
taking a half gallon of shellac
valued at $1.80.
Elsie May Hilton. 23-year old
American, was fined $10
TACKS HAW TRAFFIC
GANDEEVJXLE. W. Va. (U.P )
Vandals carpeted roads a-
l American, was fined $10 for f"nd th's ""'e community with
Maintenance work and paint- crual fund" which served only failure to obey a "No Passing" |2K and rflnK nails. Garages
'?ustin Flgue-'t ?. boomlnK business chang-
year^
Jamboree, March 5 to 17.
This has been announced by
Major General D. C. 8pry, Chief
p. .. __ Executive Commissioner of the
"LH?5SLW1ilfte?..!n.J?w.H? ?"** Scouts, who said
that the 52-scout contingent
will be headed by a leader, an
assistant leader, and two scout
masters.
Meanwhile. British West In-
dian Airways have announced
that the airline will reduce its
fares for scouts In the Carib-
bean attending the Jamboree.
Scout headquarters in Ja-
maica say that all the non-
British Caribbean Islands have
already accepted Invitations
and will be sending large con-
tingents of scouts.
The United Kingdom and the
. and
weather stations In the Canal
Zone reported rainfall heavier
than a moderate shower.
The necessity of opening; six
spillway gates resulted from the
present high level of the lake.
The maximum discharge of
water was 72,600 cubic
water a second.
BALBOA TIDES
Saturday, Dae. IS
HIGH LOW
feet of 4:4. . 11:88 .. m
I *:W p. m. a: ,,.
througl
cruise. They passed
here last month.
Captain de Corbeta Luis R|
verla commands the Calda.
while Lieutenant Aurelio Peril
do is the commanding officer
m.the Ciudad de Pereira.
KV.rU2lSanal ?uarte" are as an administrative guide in traffic sign; and A?ustin Flgue- ? ?(rb,c
fSlnre to AMm2mu,ntto th. detenin the amount o roa, 8.. 2$ year-old Puerto Ri-'boed ' ISi"**! procfMlon T1' """ed Kingdom and the
S '*fiK.S2S,!f1e SH laIgely denolltion. it was announced. I Theodore Barnard AV.._..
be determined by factors of sa- In manv cases the walls of ii Barnard Anderson.
Ch^M.r PrMervatlon houses maV'ta washedT'rather J^W*L^ drl'er' was
the buildings. than painted when ouarten are M *, yesterday afternoon
An explanation of the revised vacated Quarters are for gpgj^tag ^ q^o rq^,,
...
St&UltooA
eeethe gift that recalls Christmas every day
Australia Will Stand
5i2iUfirconcer2,nf ?uarter,'| In "*lew of the changed eon-
'2M" 222*2? issued to1 ditlons for painting of quarters, -".... nui oiai
acquaint all employes with the the Housing and Building Dl- With (,,r|;n di-
22!* md\ti7u- ^e curtail- visions will cooperate to the S-\WUM sterling Bloc
mv of maintenance and paint- tent practicable with those who
Three-Day Excursion Planned
To Darien And Pearl Islands
A three-day Christmas excur-
sion to Darien and the Pearl
Islands was announced today by
Junple Jim Price.
.?rlcTe- " exJert ^ Panama-
nian Indian lore, said the trip
will Include fishing through the
Pearl Islands, crocodile spearing
Sr^*AiT.T**^'*^'"v^ ".i""'- """ pracucame witn tnose wno I mf-iroi-rvt tw u rrm\ iiJ. imanas, crocodile spearing
sX!Sf nftm"1 c0n; may de,l P"lnt their own AurtraManpSmiS? r*^*!^ plraKuas by expert Indian
SSratlm!norO $& be'fi l*S3SU crews who were re ^P? to^That^&^ ffijTS ffi 5
ScUd^tn^^n^rn18 rX? "ed ?ImCrworkWassig^ed o^' ffif Austraff w^ehS? 2We,K.C^ I"dl"na ln^
B5Hln.to keep the housing quarters Wednesdav morning tween th rtV.r on^
operations on a near break- have been Instructed to com- bk)r, and trUnr,en jungle. "?
The excursion, an all-exoense
Oi operation, maintenance, and actually been
^A^rt^f *b. !., CreWJ were work'g ln nncon
Price describes the Choco In-
dian as Panama's most primi-
tive deep Jungle Indian. The
wearing aoparel of Choco men
consists of a red loin cloth and
silver ornaments. And the wo-
men, a multi-colored sarong
with an even greater array of
silver ornaments.
Jngle Jim said reservations
may be made by calling his of-
fice. Panama 3-8844 or 3-3345.
at Tivoli Agencies, Panama
Tour, Persons Trayel Bureau
and at the National Tourist
2Z~- yi'jr _ -* ""- ! wen msiruciea to com-
king. in. Ancon side aUfetSS TJ^Vrol t&y7^\^^SJ^\^.J!^^ .ft =ur-
*THP SONCS OF CHRISTMAS"
, a. _^ : - ..^ 'iwiiHiiiui turn. CJlULir-
the 'British De>"2"'and r,?;,rmf^edn4sd.av'8l0Jllj,ts wear oId clothes, carry
Id Menzies. LT^e^ngo? g? *"! k%KSfg. S*^.^ blan"
I Ilustra ted by Walt Scott

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