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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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"*BRAMFF
Local 14 OKs
tax-Back Plan
Launching of one piece of tlon of the refund measure, The
new legislation that would af-1 Panama American, through i
feet only the Canal Zone, and
the endorsement for four na-
tionwide labor measures alrea-
dy before the Congress; receiv-
ed the formal approval of
Lodge 14, American Federation
of Government Employes at it
Wednesday night meeting.
The new legislation, which
the membership of Lodge 14
will attempt to have introduced
and passed during the' session
opening in January, is a bill
to have an amount equal to
the full sum collected In in-
come taxes from American em-
ployes on the Canal Zone re-
turned to the Panama Canal
Company for use in offsetting
Police Promise
'Protection'
For RP Stores
by a few union members on the
ground that they wish to have
the income tax on the salaries
of American employes on the
Zone abolished.
Union officials pointed out
that repeal of the law under
which the tax is applied local-
ly still stands as one of their
objectives.
Little encouragement, how-
ever, has been received from
charges now being passed along, lawmakers. Some Congressmen
wholly or In part to employes, have voiced the Idea that re-
Rufus M. Lovelady, president | peal might be possible -when, as j -j~ jfitonii"X>aein-
of Local 14. was directing tha and If tax rates in general are wWch Mlnlster of
meeting to draft the measure, reduced. Shfc welfare luan He ArcoGa-
He was further directed tol Meanwhile AFOE leaders HlWJK?? SLESmZlh.
PANMUNJOM, Korea, Dec. 21 (UP) The Unit-
ed Nations truce team here today demanded that the
Communists explain why they omitted from their list of
United Nations war prisoners more than 1,000 prisoners
formerly reported by the Reds.
A sharp note from United States Rear Admiral R.
E. Libby, a United Nations member of the truce subcom-
mittee considering prisoners of war, charged that the
Communist list of 11,559 prisoners was full of wide dis-
crepancies, and was wholly unbelievable.
Libby's note said Communist propaganda broadcasts
and other reports have at various times named as prison-
ers of war more than 1,000 United Nations officers and
i men who did not appear on the latest Communist list.
during which several store win- rr
dows and the windows of the of- | Libby's note also said the Com- leva. Some 36 of those 80 names
flee of a. political party were munists listed only 742 South Ko- lare missing from the Dec. 18 list."
hrnkpn ..ann nrltnnart mil nf tpn; of TTnlteri Nnttnnc simremr Ta
Panama Police Chief Bolivar
cr"lct'eZ' i^SsMOMn to" Vallarlno promised "energetic'
2h f .Zrvn nnn ac"n" nd P*611 Plice PatroU
stead of $5,000,000. to vcoitet prlvate property along
o_. _.n .,,,< m,-,., ? (v, Central Avenue tonight, as a re-
broken.
Shopkeepers In the area of tost
night's disturbance were preptr-
lng to barricade their show win-
dows tonight following an an-
nouncement that striking stu- a .warfare in Korea that no more
dents and professors will hold a i than this number should have
meeting in Santa Ana Plaza start- ^een captured.
rean prisoners out of tens of I United Nations supreme Far
thousands of South Koreans,East Commander United States
missing in action. Gen. Matthew Ridgway today
Llbby said it was wholly unbe-; appealed personally to the Com-
llevable under the conditions of i munist chiefs m Korea to lift the
' ban on humanitarian inspections
tag at 7:304
of their p
imani
inson
camps.
In a broadcast message direct-
On Aug. 18. 1958. Libby's note ed to North Korean premier Klin
in tw fnmmiwitst.s suhmitted III-Riinr and the Chinese com-
Vlolence started on Central gajd tne communists submitted!II Sung and the Chinese corn-
Avenue near the Santa Ana Plaza' ._,., f so nriannera of war mander in Korea Gen. Pena Teh
"spell out" in the wording of
the proposed law that the In-
come tax monies to be turned
over to the Panama Canal
Corapany be used specifically
to help pay the cost of schools, .
llice and fire protection, the department hea
alth program, housing and!closely with em
SSnuen was carried as missing in action ior ov er a year. ..iPhbto by N*A-Acme staff photo-
grapher Andrew Lopez.)________. / >k ,
e comjnlsearles. |^T
Th* estrn*We~MpjD%C -wfaleb
the refund measure as
in the right direction.
Other labor measures ap-
proved Wednesday night were:
1) The so called "Little
Wagner Act" requiring federal
to deal more
re unions.
, i the names of 50 prisoners of war
last night following a- tussle in tQ ^ IlUernati0nal Red Cross in
Geneva. Some 3l of these 50
names did not appear on the
prisoner list furnished by the
Reds Dec. 18
mov-' Undo struck a news photograph-
er f ho had Just taken his picture.
The photographer did not retal-
iate.
would be" returns!* tp the Pa-
nama Canal company for this
pppose would be some $5,000-,,-
0%0 perhaps more.
..Jtles tor re-
Tir^ m
3^ A higher salary- level below
whloh trte time-and-a-half Is
paid for overtime worked by
Shortly after the one-sided
kaUle a group of "agitators"
gathcred ontaMe the offices of
mander in Korea. Gen. Peng Teh
Hual. Ridgway said that on be-
half of the thousands of soldiers
concerned, and speaking for the
families of the captives, he add-
ed bis personal request the Reds
The note went on: "On Dec. 14,! reconsider their rejection of ev-
1950 the Communists submitted!err International Red Cross re-
a further list of 80 men to Gen- (Continued on Page 8, Colnma 8)
Chinese Reds Sena* Parents
Si^jacrSwDWs To Gl Friends' '
r of the PNR KB tta of- J-----*.-----
Ing the
eral windows
asean ber
tict
0*0 perhaps more. paid for overtime worxea oyj We traffic policeman on duty SOMZWHKRC UN KOREA, chief was decorated with a pic-
5Editor's day's torp- reporting the mitla- n*r categories: ^^^ forced to take cover from the communists sent Chrlstma|-peace."
' frying stones and one of a num-presenu and holiday greet-1 Another corner pictured a
ber of police radio patrol cars!mi- across the battle lines to, North Korean and an American.
Almillategui Named ** Was Hot Yesterday
lo CaHnet Post But Nothing To Fret About
Vacated By Vrela
UTl vs, jyvtn.v .. -w r<--------- -_-_-- aaass, -*------ -------
that were sent to the scene was united Nations troops today,
hit. but the gesture smacxed more
Later the group of young men of propaganda than of peace,
armed with sticks and black-. Christmas stockings made of
lacks paraded up Central Ave-!cheese cloth delivered by
soldier shaking hands. A Chin-
ese Communist stood In the
middle with his arms around
their shoulders.
Let's all the peoples be
lacks paraded up central Ave-icheese cloth, delivered by "Let's all tne pe
; nue from Santa Ana Plaza dem- < frightened North Korean civil- friends," said the text.
I n>tvntlnrr lfMlHIv '.__.. ^*.t.*l {n\ I o 1 \ f\n ivtVTV
(NEATelephoto)
HOPETUL DEADLINES Mrs. Mildred Dean pins a hopeful
headline to a Christmas tree at her home in Berkeley Calif.
after hearing the news that her husband. MaJ. Gen. William
F Dean, missing in Korea since July, 1950, was listed among
American prisoners held by the Communists.
dropping to a minimum of 87 per in* to bj a ry fi*fc**j ^^ W- ^"ISS
The wind velocity from 8 p.m. past wet dry seasons. SSSSlVii AlvlVdo -Tere ar-
to midnight vesterday-when Another thing the*-add with S^*tlan fi? 7 throwtaE
oeople complained ofunusuali certalnty-"no snow this Christ- rested ^ ^ ac
heataveraged seven miles per1 mas.'
rocks Rito- the PNR offices.
Stalin Celebrates
In Moscow Sans Fanfare Or Mention
^^ ...___... ...____ri in the heantiful nart of the Black Sei
By W. A. RTSER
VITAL DOCUMENT Hear Adm. R. B. Ubby carries the
row list. The list carried the names of 11558 men held In
Ccmmuniat prison camps. 3198 of them Americans.
istrating loudly. .^Jians, contained imitation ivory
Thuraday ternoon and night ^ur. The average fo, the same. ^Wjf^ ^ $?S\ ^ ^^^IsTle.W^
were hot but not hot enough-ln period Wednesday night was four nurecwhUe shopkeeper, between; ^ ^^htef, bordered
i temperature, wind velocity or miles per hour. santa Ana and the Banco Naclo-."'."flu' .,".,._,.
minent member of the Partido, h,I155ttjr_to threaten even re-! The temperatures WeAsesdiy * *^}^osed t heir door.. wl*^e"y;weten troops
Renovador Reform), was ap-;ceBt wettner records. according, night were 78 at 10 pjnj^77 at,namai nasiuy c , Miramarl wl^/w*" 100lr^. the
pointed Minister -o! Agriculture, to formation from the Metep- midnight, and 78 degrees at iJjgK novelty store **TiflZ war' Ws no
Commerce and Industry today rologlcal and Hydro graphic, a.m. yesterday. and La Villa de ParU. in the:K.repa^!.8tp(fXMini in this
by President Alclbiad'es Arose- Brahch at Balboa Heights. Santa Ana area were broken,I dta,?an? *", ??0m thl
mena. The maximum temperature! As to whether or^aot this1 is ^n"%mdows of Cardoze andl nPleasan,, wa;!VnTin^rT ko
Almilltegul's appointment fol- was 90.3 degrees at 2 p.m yes-lrhange-of-season weathei'.the. The windows m a ^, chnese Peoples Volunteers, Ko
.lowed closely'on the heels of|terday at Balboa Heights^ It was. meteorologists say the dryiwason l?eda%r ?b were reported as * l1-
the National Assembly's ap- 90^ as recently as Nov. 30. | Is here-un proval yesterday of Jose M. Va-
erla's appointment as the new
manager of the Social Security
Bank.
Vrela, who until yesterday
occupied the post to which Al-
millategui has been appointed
had agreed to accept the So-
cial Security post in order to
make room In the cabinet for!
a member of the Reform party
which had been clamoftng for
a Ministry as the price for Its
I continued support to the five-
party National Patriotic Coali-
tion.
The coalition Is supporting ^
the candidacy of former Po-
ilfce Chief Col. Jos A,, Ren
for President tn near year's
elections.
In order to force tha. hsnd
' of the coalition and Prcsldc.it
Alcibiades Arosemena, the dis-
gruntled Renovadores postpon-
ed their party convention to
launch Remn as presidential
candidate on their ticket on
two occasions- The last port-
ponement was from Dec. IS to
Jan. 5.
Vrela replaces Manuel Soils
Palma, a nlember of the op-
position Frente Patrlti-o partv.
US Economist
Is Holiday Guest
Of Ambassador
Wayne Chatfield Taylor, Ame-
rican economic expert, arrived
at Tocumen airport last night
for a short vac tlon In Pan-
ama. He Was\ pxeompanied by
Mrs. Tavlqr.
During his stay In Panama,
Taylor, a former president of
the U. S. Bxport-Import Bank
will be the guest of US Ambas-
sador and Mrs. John C. Wiley.
He will remtln here during
he Oir^*mES holidays and
leave 'urine the early part 0
January.
One corner of the handker-
chief bore the words "Merry
Christmas" and another de-
picted what apparently was
meant to be a typical American
famllv and the words "Those
who loves you want you back
home safe and sound."
Pictures In the center of the
handkerchief showed:
An American soldier surrend-
.erlng "No disgrace to crolt
The 18-lch long stockings an unjust war."
also contained safe conduct, An American to e^ian
anas to Communist lines for; clothes "How would It be to
" soldier who wanted to sur- get back to clvles?"
;,,. There was none A beautiful blonde "Why
"one eSSer of the"handker-! not get back to her^"
nd Birthday
rtrata dur-l which sets the pace f^all gov;; and senio^* *XXStfSn SettJJS
ling the war years, but he is now; ernme nt work In the soviet. rn* current government fry and Sochi.
LONDON Dec 21 (UP)Jos-1 about as healthy as>any man of capital. meations. .^ w _
ephStaUnU 72 today his age can expect to be SU 'in arises at 11 ">* *, q^e ortg go on till about 41 But even here on the border.
Reports from Moscow say the He has periodic attacks of asth-, the next hour and a.half is in. uw p ^qm fw ^ n&tlye Otaefjiv. iNgl its
papers there made no mention of, ma, and a mild partial paralysis, the hands of his personal MJJ^ .Jrttes, rings up various magnificent scenery and mild cU-
hisTWrthday todav. But they an- of the left .We wrdeh prevenU; tendants. .nlmlnlstreiTarid givesTlnstructlons. mate. Stalin continues to devota
M award of six 'Stalin! him from walking tor more than He Is massaged by a woman.mmWrtes and gije ,about thw hour8daily to urgent
peace prizes," and said that Rus- one hour. doctor, shaved by " J*** ..l*JS.i" e* a film in his I affairs of state, and is connected
The man whom Lenin describ-, barber, bathed, dressed, and occasionaiiv sees a Moscow by direct telephone
ed in his testament as "too harsh ushered to his diningroom for |t>rivate clnema then goes to Dec ana mokow oy a
to rule" has In the security of his: breakfast at 12.30 p.m for a.short si 1
vast power mellowed into a soft-| At 1 pm. aharp he enters the, Hea P ajata at aoxn P m -t ,. man of fru(tmi
spoken and extremely aompetent pctburo office, which com- 'has dinner and **?. J^g hSm.A a true Caucasian he
administrator of the gigantic mun!cate. with his dining 'either the Politburo ofnee or tne .J^ a,^uehnt ^^^
sla intended to use atomic energy
on a colossal scale to produce
cheap electric power.
But averyone in Russia knows
today is Stalin's birthday, bi-
cause the date Is so annotated di
CHUBT %uc unit im *w **..-*- -- ------------. .--- .
all calendars and almanacs. communist regime^.
room.
''of^onneC^cn oVMtainfrv ^c^wm^but drink, spar-
pejc greeted ther* by his depjndmKon__which of the >^S^tMsta doctor.
priis. each worth about 100.000
rub>es, were Brazilian poe
Oeorga'Amaduand; Monica Pel
bodieslsslttins loono'of top Russtan doctors
&m&s&st*JB&simSBtSBaS5SeBiB
&?. Ck about alleged United traUon In Berlin, and ..long-
States atrocities in Korea. Chi-, standing; member of the Commu-, ao_uati parliament.
ne.e Jonununlst vice-premier, nlS_rarty._ ^ ti__ ___ tfc_ Mtt\ p0c!;rebyhev me*-es a general,
1 it loiiowun L-cyiu vii uiai-, He jg (rreetea tnerr oy uu
10 ln's day to day routine Is based1 un bow-legged aide-d*-camp.
t m?taly on a description given by, Mg)- Q^n Aiexander Nlkolaye-
l-;Col. Oeorgl AtexandTovich Toka- Tlrn positr^bvahev. a member of
of the Commu- ^ ^n.^Xrnen't i Politburo's dynamic top organ-
Se*Tt3oim*ur vto.-premier, nlst P.f "^rl^hev m^e. a general Stalin Is chairman both of the '}*'Vba*"tor "
Prof. Kuo Mo Jo; Italy's leftwing; Tokayev s duties over the past > onynew d-velopments at Politburo, the policy making bo-jia thate a^Maewr.
soelalls leader. Pletro Nennl; few years put hta into direct report on n v- dy of the Communist Party and. His wife when in Mc*eow lives
oTmS novelist Anna Zegers.l person, contact,wl h ^ .^bVt en* lS7 later Polit- the Soviet rt.te. and the_;Council ta a luxurlou. apartment fa
and Jaan's Prof Ikuo Oyama. other members of tne poniouro
Moscow papers did not carry spe- Tokayev took P}^1 anctu- ^t ZJiJ?*tT ^^ r,r-, nurine the late spring
clal artSsfia on Stalin's birthday.I ary in Britain a little over a year
th.CSbta ^"SSc1 men ^| He dectt to dUcu why he
usuaJlaTVbrated on their 50th, fled, or what led to hs. break
80th, 78th nd 75th birthday. after rising so hlh to the So-
8UUnfc itt'l carrying a heavv vlet hierachy
'-urden of work and may well In winter, whenjrvtaf ta_huejt
of the vouth organl2.'on Kom- follows the same schedule. Stalin s _"?
e another 10 years
apartment m the Kremlin. Sta-
1. of t>e trde unions
r'rp"' n*"tte'a
The Basatan dictator nearly ila follows a rigid schedule tov, also a
Vf-* e Vt"'Mlar Mo'O
illnws the same seneamc. oiini . .u-...-B. ------_ :
rSraboit three months of the never been officially^ ann^
year, from earlv SecUmber to %aA her positlon both fa Moscow
mid-December. Stalin relaxes In and when travelling is not that
w.ikMtT Mo'o- mid-uecemoer. owun rcww * "-" -rj-rr.i # ^
PoUtburo member his two-story palace en the most, of the wife of the head of eta*.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
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m montm. in A0VAW8 S 1.70 ( 2 80
FOR (IX MONTH. IN ADVANCE_________________ B.SO 13 0"
FOR ONI YEA*. IN ADVANCE.___________________. 18.BO 24 00
THE PANAMA AMERICA* AN INDEPENDENT DAILI NEWSPAPER
Labor News
And
Comment
111 i-fc.
FIUDAT, DECEMBER fl, 1981
"What a Time to Have Termites!""
Walter Winchell
In New York
By Victor RieseT
MAN ABOUT TOWN
Mrs. J. DiMargio's Intimates now believe the re-merger rumors
have some foundation. The former Dorothy Arnold (she divorced
Joe 7 years ago) is nu the Coast (with their image), where he
winged. The Joan Bennett Story was in Paragraph 1 (Second
Item) almost 2 dozen iol\ums ago... Sarah Churchill's chums are
astonished over lift-rumors... Libby Holman and Montgomery
Cllft are Something New.. The Buddy Riches kissed awa? their
tears. Barbara Hut ton's Prince Charming Is at the Pierre, too.
He flew in from Mexico... It's a girl at the Dale Carnegies...
Alice Astor has plans to get back her maiden name .. Guy Lom-
bardo's "shock" (after his British car killed a pedestrian) shat-
tered his nerves. First thin& he did was get rid of the Jaguar...
Wages-of-Sin Dcpt: The title of the syndicated comic strip has
been changed from "Talliilah" to "Jezebel Jones."
The Washington ire; William Z. Foster, chief of the Com-
munist Party, claimed he was too ill to stand trial (on charges
of plotting to overthrow the country by force and violence) and
Sot away with it. Not too ill, though, to write the pary's history...
dd upcoming probes- Stock market dabbling by gov't employes...
8ec'y of the Tieasury Snyder. who hoped to retire after New
Year's must wait until the odot subsides... Truman's pledge to
clean up the gov't makes you under. When it was disclosed Brit-
isher Dawson made $100-mllllon (on U. 8. surplus) and that Gen.
Vaughan wrote letters ton White House stationery) asking milit-
ary commanders to assist Dawson (at the request of convicted
John Maragon), what happened? The Prez didn't even spank
Vaughan's behind... Have you heard of the tax official who de-
cided to go straight and become a pickpocket?
Mrs. Willie Pep is free from the famed fighter. Got the final
decree in Miami. WORD-tv staffers have the Jitters from the
top down. General Tire Corp (the station's new proprietor) has
a new broom... John Payne and starlet Susan Randall reconciled
between colynrus Denisc Darrel and actor Bill Bishop are a Big
Thing. For this edition, anyway... That sable scarf on "Seven-
teen" beauty editor Beth II;'roer came from publisher-lawyer Vm.
Keegan... Fred Moriit. the defense counsel for Tallulah Bank-
head's accused Girl Friday, was a thrush with Nick Kenny's Ra-
dio Gang not long ago Gary Cooper's hospital suite (at the
Roosevelt) featured flowers from his estranged wife... Gloria
Swanson and the "Nina" castand Sam Goldwyn and David iNven
are at the Don't tall -Me -I'li-Call-You stage... The Tallulah
Bankhead trial summed up: Looks like she Is guilty of having
courage. It'll cost Tallulah about $90,000 in legal fees to clear
her name and get the money backa little over $4.00. Her radio
Bt_:ion ..ports not one letter has been received maligning her.
All have been in support.
Letter from Josephine Baker's lawyer, Arthur Garfleld Hays:
"Dee. 12 Dear Mr. Winchell: It seems to me that this whole mat-
ter is a tempes* !n a teapot, and I do not see In any way how you
were connected with it. Having known you for years as a vigor-
ous fighter for the rights of ell minorities, including Negroes, I
particularly regret that the matter became In any way a personal
one. Last night I talked on the radio and made It clear that we
all thought of you as in the vanguard for equal rights. Cordially
yours."
The Winthrop Rockefellers are trying to work out their own
settlement without barristers. May meet soon in Chicago.. .Peter-
Howard's pals say he expects to midd-.-aisle with Betsy von-wots-
her-name. Hvho keeps saying she will marry he Hilton lad...
What's this about the Dick Haymeses (Nora Mdington Flynn)
fussin'and aetin'kidiotic?... Leslie Carlson (Lauren Bacall's look-
alike), who once was n top cover gal. will marry a N. Y. Times
exec after New Tear's... John Lee (once a court photographer in
London) and Beverly June Rich (tv actress) will be united in
Stamford on the 21st... Wm. Simmons (the agent for illustrators)
and his beautiful wife (cover gal Vicky Dugan) are in Qultsville...
Martha Raye was awakened by thick smoke and flames the other
5 a.m. She saved her husband from his blazing sofaignited by
an intoxicated cigsret... "Truman Pledges Program to End In-
fluence Peddling." Vaughana bet?
THIS IS TOUR FORUM THt RiAPIRS OWN COLUMN
THE MAIL BOX
>.. Mail ton u on open forum fot raedura el The Panama Amer-
ican Letter ara received gratefully ana* are handled in a wholly con-
fidential manner.
If yea contribute a letter don't be impatient it it doein't appear the
ecu day Letters are published in the order received.
Please try to keep the letters limited to on pata length.
Identity of latter writers it held in etrictttt confidence.
ThU newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements or opinions
mpreiiad in letters from renders
Sir
CURBING THOSE CANINES
Some changes have been made In our town since I wrote you
last i like them. The community sing really showed a community
spirit which I thought had left with the advent of the Income
tax. The Golf Club has a sign stating 'No Dogs Allowed'.
Wouldn't It be wonderlul if the dog owners would cooperate
and compel their dogs to make a toilet of their own lawns and
wouldn't it be more wonderful if the dog owners who take their
dogs to work with them (to the great annoyance of those who
have to share the same facilities) would see the light and leave
their dogs at home before the authorities are requested to lnvesti-
S.at,! 'h,eJ5ractlce and to Put UP a sln hnilar to the one at the
Golf Club. 'No Dogs Allowed".
Sincerely,
Lover of Pets (on a farm).
MUFFLER 'ROUND MT EARDRUMS
Mail Box
Panama American
Panama City. R. de P.
Dear Sir:
lv The jPegMtl Zne Police regulations require that all cars or
other vehicles operated on the streets or highways of the Canal
Zone be equipped with mufflers In good condition. Mufflers as
everyone knows, are for the purpose of eliminating noise caused
by the explosions of the gasoline motor, be It on automobiles,
trucks or motorcycles. '
I have had the personal experience of being stopped bv a
Zone policeman and told that It would be necessary for me to get
a new muffler on my car because it was creating an imnecesaay
noise At the time. I haaa new muffler on order but which had
not arrived from the States. I told him that I would replace my
muffler just as soon as my new one got here. I now have a new
muffler and everything Is quiet and peaceful, that. Is, as far as
concerned. .
1iy.point ta bringing UP this matter Is this: If cars are re-
quired to have mufflers, why in heaven's name are these motor
bikes with their suicidal drivers permitted to race around the
streets and highways at a furious rate of speed and making more
noise than three cars without mufflers? *
?v iDidJ.t ever occur t0 aome oi theae rlders that when they race
tneir motors and cause enough vibrations to shake a house that
:ieIemay be a 8lck. Person or leeplng children in the house and
tnat they are rudely shaken out of their sleep? Think about It
Aside from the noise. If anyone should wish to observe motor-
cycle racing, all they have to do Is stand on Diablo Rd. between
Walker Avenue and Section I (Obsolete storehouse) and they
will be eyewitnesses to motor bikes attaining a speed of seventy
miles and- hour an more. Come out and see for yourself Anv
afternoon or on Saturdays and Sundays.
There have been two serious accidents In the past few weeks
m which one of the operators didn't even have a license
What's the matter with the law. Do they reserve their vic-
tims of traffic violations?
If any of you people driving cars need mufflers, you had bet-
ter get new ones, otherwise you will be making to much noise
I certainly hope that some action will be taken on this mat-
ter before it gets any worse.
Nerve Wracked Observar.
From minks and exercising
machines, the taxfix probe may
swing to political machines In-
side labor to check the alle-
gedly high living of some ol
Its leaders.
Few national labor chiefs are
palsied by the thought for
it will give them a chance to
prove that the shakedown ar-
tists are down below In those
small unions which are bought
and sold by the mobs at prices
ranging from $10,000 to $30,-
000, as a regular muscle opera-
tion.
A survey of the national
and regional leaders' salar-
ies reveals a modest aver-
age of t7S io $250 a week,
even for the most promi-
nent chiefs of the world's
largest unions. The million-
member Auto Union leader,
Walter Reuther, for example,
earns $11,250 a year and
draws a few thousand
more in expenses.
In fact, the national chiefs
now are privately bitter over
the Salary Stabilization Board's
refusal to grant them the pay
increases voted them by their
members in recent conventions
and over the fact that many
of them have been waiting
months for the Board to ap-
prove even partial increases.
Big Joe Curran, the CIO
Sailors Union president, who
has been drawing about $160 a
week before taxes, without a
pay jump- since 1*44, has been
voted $15.000 a year by his sea-
farers, but is waiting on line
at the board for permission to
draw It.
When It comes through, It'll
probably be slashed, as was the
salary request of the profes-
sorial head of the CIO's Rubber
Workers, Leland Stanford Buck-
master.
His convention raised his pay
from $120 to $200 a week, and
then sent Its action to the Sa-
lary Stabilization Board for ap-|
proval. Back came word that
Buckmaster, one of the most
hard working labor chiefs
could have only $9,000 a year,
or about $180 a week.
Gone are the old days, when
John Lewis simply went to the
Mine Workers' Union treasury
after the convention voted him
$50,000 a year, and his second
in command $40.000.
Now even Joe Moreschi, chief
of the Hod Carriers Uiion,
which until a few years ago
would call -its convention about
once every thirty years, is wait-
ing for the Salary Board to ap-
prove his convention's action
raising his regular pay to $600
a week.
This puts him In the bracket
beyond which old Dan Tobin
of the Teamsters' Union said
no labor leader should go. That
was In 1947, when Tobin re-
jected a pay Jump beyond the
$600 mark.
There are two such salaries
in the AFL and none in the
CIO, where Phil Murray, as
leader of both the national or-
ganization and the Steel Work-
ers Union, draws $25,000 a year.
Typical CIO salaries are there
of Oil Workers chief Jack
Knight, who draws $10,010 an-
nually, and leaders of the Tex-
tile and Men's Clothing Work-
ers Unions, who are in the
$14,000 to $15,000 bracket.
All this, of course, is no
reflection of labors finan-
cial power. Together the
labor coalitions control over
two billion dollars in as-
sets, as near as any survey
can determine and these
include multi-million dollar
banks, hotels, real estate
and housing projects, and
huge special funds from
which the unions can bor-
row under strict supervision
without going to outside fi-
nanciers for major projects.
There's power, but no corrup-
tion on this tier.
It's way down below, where
the mobs can muscle in and
the business agent deal with
small business, that the lush
living flourishes.
It's In this area that busi-
nessmen have been rushing to
their local gendarmerie with
complaints of shakedowns, run-
ning from payments for Miami
trips to $100,000 In small bills
for peace in the industry.
But the local D.A.'s will do
little, for fear they will get
themselves tagged "anti-labor."
Meanwhile, the national
labor chiefs aware of
what's happening can't
move easily either, for they
can't lift charters, get in-
dictments or submit their
prestige to a knockdown
fight with a small-time
union operator without
hurttng all labor.
It must be revealed that lo-
cal unions are the ones which
kick in heavily at election time
with money and manpower.
These are the units whose de-
legates to central bodies swing
endorsements to the same local
candidates who must do the
Investigating of these
downs.
Then a great service will be
done for small business and
big-labor leaders. They won't
say so publicly, but take it for
granted.
tun mmm
MERRY-00-ROUND

I
y MfW PEARSON
I
Drew Pearson says: Corruption in government starts at
the top;. Take care of your friends" has been ad-
ministration slogan; Tax evaders hare had a field day.
., Ki(T.od*y Drew Pearson begins a series of columns on the
subject uppermost In the American public s mind -Vow
EZ&2>J2S? 2tfW2"S5Ll? fUrted and what is the
V3ZJ&2AJ!** be."n. hammering on Income-tii wan.
leiped
write on this subject thaTanyone ta'the'natWs
tSUS*!*!!SS2 #? h* natlon "ho has helped
cuSi.,". ? COnr.'C,,0' 'W CongremerM 5&?3S
qualified to write on this inbieet th.n ...... i .... i.
capital).




Tax Yelp
By BOB RUARK
-

NEW YORK. The constitutionality of taxes,
as currently collected, seems to have Deen plac-
ed in something resembling Jeopardy by the re-
cent shenanigans In scandal-ridden Washington.
It occurs to the outraged bystander who pays
up and owes, at interest, what he cannot pinch
out of the budget at the time, that maybe the
whole system of tariff-levy is away out of line
with justice.
As a human created In God's Image, do you
not deplete yourselt, too. with dally toll, until
one day you are worn out and unfit for labor,-
is a hoase that can be sold at a 74 percent
keepable profit more full of dignity than a
man?
In light of the corruption and forced resigna-
tion of so many tax people, I am beginning to
wonder about the legal right of a tax collector
It Is basically unjust to withhold any portion to come into your home or o arbitrariiv
Unce"1 e8rnlnB8' aBaln" hiS WU1, fr to- ^^.Ji^^i^^^uSl^
I do not think that a withholding tax will
stand up under strictest legal scrutiny, even
though it has been something of a blessing to
most of us in these tithe bltteri times.
Certainly, there has been a point to the out-
raged beefs of those who scream that they do
not wish to perform as unpaid tax collectors for
the government, using valuable time as well as
lumps of capital to fulfill somebody else's obli-
gation to get the dough up on T-Day.
I do not feel personally that I am responsible
sent legal deductions.
Who is this bum that comes In and throws
bis weight? For all we know, he may Just be
Jockeying for a shakedown.
ity In your obligation to the government?
He Is Just; a man a small salary trying to
make a showing for the bigger boys up top.
And the bigger, boys, goodness knows, have cer-
tainly proved up as a fine bunch of thieves and
knaves.
We might inquire testily as to what right a
WASHINGTON. A lot of people these days are aakinir hn. J
corruption got started In the u5 government The answir* Dro
bably goes back to three main roots. answer pro-
Root No. 1Got started during the war years when Rom.
&^^'S^"th0 ^m
*J5*!!& *~a?t deep hoId ln 1844- when Roosevelt was so
Prove To rg!K^hreW COaOi the SUSS
&uS& a.cr?52 Harry Truman tor vice president ev JotS
to the extent of deceitfully cheme FDR's let tor un tT^
man and WUllam o. Dwfrff fa^rderto SoT" reg*rdln*
man th.n.n^l KrowIn * May of 1945 when President Tru-
nan then ln office one month, kicked put Francis Biddle th
EgTalVwh.0JMl,te(1 n rewarding the u# atto'rnev
^^n1yn.Mh0 hSd conv'c*ti boss Penderga.fr. *y '
Ln-PiTc Sfift 8Jtory.oi how Truman fired Biddle, a strait- -
It 8LCtoUth.JUr^f ir0m, Phlla th- Tnatfa?nV!.e S?ttom of th* "le-reallzed fact that todiv
BIG BOSSES STEP IN | |
. 9".^ 1?i0nth. af^r T"""80 took office, therefore Bob Hanne-
n.wan,dtvhe clty bosses who finessed him Into the White Houm hi
Sfdddn2.thCy Want*d a JUStlce SEWS! which would do the"
rwawT^tknew '.l?1 the new President was under great
mVritfnfVh0! Fflncl8 ,dle- H had hndert Sentr Truman
much of the inside research on the Nazi cartels links with Stand-
SSLh ..?., N1L JerMy' he A^mlnum Corporation, Bausch and
rommufi"*! ^"w^111* rev"latlons which put the TruiSSn
fErailM* h;"dllne8 nd trted the little-known Senator
front Missouri on his way to the White House
T,n. nl.ither hand- B,ddle *>ad flatly refused to annolnt
Kan? City *""* '"^^ *** CaOU' U8' m^SaT 1
gressma
souri,
rno?,1 bJked th appointment of Truman's pal, ex-Con-" I
,SktDunc"l 5 lOMl' ** a ied(ra' Si In Mli-"
'i, refused to parole Tom Pendr-renst mn tn.i.i.H*^.i:_
parole Tom Pendergast and insisted on reap-
&5S&JS; ffSasT'Maurlce M,,,,gan-th man who had
fire nwrfa,8.Hl8.Dvas, .hy the .new PraWent was ashamed to
it Instead ? secretfiry. * *te Steve Early, to do
of rt.,ddlK,.,h10,weve not Ppreckinf this second-hand method
sonaUy bu*lnM bandea 1 Rot to see the President per-
friaZfl.lulki und,?"Uni.!h.?t : new President wants his own
J} .v8,,lnJ1V?ablnet' Blddle told Truman. "But It seems to mi
y~Vt~,d teU ai"-i0 a"11"*1'. Mr- President, not detaU It to a
CrCVfCmijr. I
^armkesVl'rfflSte Wk erabiof ^th^-L^rl^^.*"*'" eontlnuedBlddJp "who my successor Is going to
^^l\?^l^- ir'*' -"bVm\dee wl^the' &$, Xha
im, or at least the government says Treasury that will allow a general to take a
capital-gains profit on his memoirs, while hun-
dreds of thousands of other writers pay a
.. government says
I am.
We have no say-so ln the expenditure of tax
moneys.
They rear back and lend a chunk of your
dough to some bankrupt foreign power with out
so much as the well-known by-your-leave.
They give It away, but you pay the freight.
They will run an outfit like the RFC on your
tax money ladling out huge gobs of money for
private operations to gamble with and cancel
out the loan If the private operators take a
pill.
I do not think this Is any more legal than
spending withheld money Instead of paying it
into the Federal till.
The concept of capital gains and of depletion,
as in oil-well operation, Is as unjust as any-
thing ever devised by man to mulct the mob.
Do not tell me that as a man I am not as
K?,a8 an " weU wh,ch *et* tax write-off
of 27*4 percent, or a piece of real estate, which
can be sold after six months for a capital-gains
tax of only 26 percent.
They give you the oil well a free ride because
oil is supposed to deplete itself, and once upon
a.,!i }.?,. *ovemment wished to encourage
wildcat drilling.
straight Income tax.
This deal was made for Gen. Eisenhower, who
walked out with better than a clear half-million
for his priceless remembrances. By whose au-
thority was this deal made?
Why does not Perry Burgess have the same
right to show a capital gains on his new book,
"Born of Those Years"? The alleviation of the
plight of sufferers from leprosy has been his
life's work, too.
Why cannot a baseball player or an actor or
any man of limited earning span regard him-
self as a machine that wears out, and declare
a depreciation on himself? Who says he can't?
T. Lamar Caudle, the See-Moan See-Moan of
Harry's age of Enlightenment? Who else says
so? John Snyder of the Treasury? That won-
derful ornament to our government, Howard
McGrath? Maybeso Tom Clark?
In my book these guys aren't good enough to
mold our lives.
Maybe all taxes are Illegal; but, illegal or not,
I want more quality and consistency ln their
collection and enforcement.
'Tom C^r,"'Tepiled"T?nma
an
Housecleaning Methods
By Peter Edson

t
WASHINGTON-HEAJ-A general Inspection
service of some kind to keep top government of-
ficials on the straight and narrow paths o
righteousness may be the outcome of President
Truman s new effort to clean house ln his ad-
ministration.
Calling Federal Bureau of Investigation Di-V
rector J. Edgar Hoover into White House con-
ferences has provided the tip-off on how sweep-
ing a probe and purge of Truman's official fa-
mily may be contemplated.
One of Director .Hoover's basic personnel pol-
icies and guides has long been that. "No organ-
iza,. Is better than its Inspection service."
This is also a frequently quoted slogan In well-
managed business organizations.
Even after a man Is hired as a special FBI
agent, inspection of his every activity Is pursued
relentlessly. Everv man has to. make a written
report on everything he does.
These reports are reviewed by the special
agent in charge of his office, by supervisors and
t,?Wi ot 80me M ton inspectors under Hugh
H. Clegg, an FBI assistant director, and Mr.
FBI has been without fault. It has "had its
cases of agents Who went wrong, who got drunk
who chased somebody else's wife, or who got
involved with some person thev were sent to
invest'pate.
How many agents the FBI has fired or asked
to renzn the Bureau will not disclose.
But the FBI record of dismissals for cause Is
said to be 2.8 per thousand per year. The aver-
age for the U. S. government as a whole is 3
per thousand. Por industry it Is 4.7 per thou-
sand.
If the FBI is now called ln to Inspect or ln-
yestipate other government agencies to an ef-
fort to clean up the Truman administration, the
test of effectiveness will come only ln what ac-
tion is taken on FBI findings.
FBI Director Hoover has tried to keep his or-
ganization strlctlv on the Job of Investigation
not recommendation of corrective action nor
prosecution.
Many FBI reports on loyalty Investigations
have heretofore not been acted upon. Many
FBI investigations and reports on Hatch-Act po-
litical activity bv government employes were
of^.iH nrTct e.VKn the spec,aI *enta lB char* Itt'wUe nver acted on.
of field offices, the supervisors and th Inanee- Th tmnhi. th.f ,h.
tors themselves.
m.^.. MK, THE POLITICIAN
Biddie couldn't conceal his amazement.
th. ^7di*?5 e,2.rewhe had decJded to fire Clark as chief of
tne criminal division because of his easygoir.g attitude toward
criminal prosecution, t
Remonstrating with Truman, he described Clark as a ''fixer "
urged him not to take his word regarding Clark's lack of mali-
ilcatlons, but to consult Jim McOranev. then No. a man 1a the
Justice Department.
McGranery went to see Truman, but Is reported to have Dull-
ed his punches on Clark. Shortly thereafter McGranery became
a federal Judge ln Philadelphia.
Thus Tom Clark became attorney general,
k. "turned out not to be a "fixer'' as a matter of fact he
brought more antitrust cases than Biddle but he was easygo-
ing political minded, and cooperated with the party bosses
ji.. n m.any respei.ts.nla record was brilliant compared with the
drift and decay which has followed.
n.r,0I?m.T,tr'Hu.r(e-l8 n. Juestlon but that, under Clark, Justice
Department disintegration gradually set to
mu,?--*byune,*ortThrlSht men dePrted. There was nothing
dishonest about the Justice Department. It merely taaugurated
The watchword of the day was: "Take care of your friend."
The amiable Justice Department under Clork, however was
almost a crusading beacon compared with the Treasury' the
agency which collects the taxes. T
It must be remembered that only a small fraction ot tax
cases come to the Justice Department for criminal or civil action
jhe great majority being handled by the Treasury So it became
the No. 1 wire-pulling target for the party bosses.
UNPOPULAR HENRI MORGENTHAU
Under unpopular, honest Henry Morgenti.au the tatema!
Revenue Bureau had been one ot the most forthright agencies
Its commissioner was an old-fashioned gentleman from Kan-
sas, Guy Helverlng, who would no more have fixed a tax case
than he would have Jumped Into the Missouri River
Even if Helverlng had wanted to fix a case "Henrr the
Morgue," as FDR called his Secretary of the Treasury kenfr sueh
hn n?,le 32 on.tax collections that It would have been difficult.
Ouy Helverlng, however, wanted to become a Judge
And when he returned to Kansas to IMS, as a Judge Bob
Hannegan, Pendergast's collector of Internal Revenue for east-
ern Missouri, took his place.
there"1" downgrade "W^t tax collections started then and
, ,nJf Hannegan's greatest faults was ln the men he piek-
od for the key Jobs of Internal Revenue colleitors tha^ta-
negana and the Delaneys.
Most of them were the choice of the big-city bosses and as
such naturally were beholden to the men who appointed them!
hn= 8,?*'", te *le-eyed Mr- Morgenthau rwed with Truman,
?.? to.2,Ht?MeaKUr3J.and la.ter waa reP!'d by complacent
sieepy John Snyder, the tax evaders really began having a flelo!
Most of the time John Snyder has had no more idea of what
went on In hU Treasury Department than Howsrd McOrath had

^l8uJ!lce.2Sp*/iment- fn.botn P*8". th 8neral policy
.ake It easy and take care of your friends.
was
supervisors and the lnspec-
iJS'ii aI1 U11* may "ou"11 omethlng like a
Gestapo or Russian NKVD operation, It has
^nmel.1wenou,fh administered thus far to give
hake- ^L:^1.1"8. MPut*tlon of having one of the few
s^wM*6 ortanlztons in government ln
which the Congress and a majority of the peo-
ple place full confidence.
aV>.cai.chJ' of ""i?6- ' that up to now the
(Copyright 1M1. Post-Hall
Syndicate. Inc.)
The trouble thai the Truman administration
now finds itself ln is not over the activities of
its career, civil service employes on whom dis-
ciplinary action can eastlv be taken.
All the bad actors todav are political appoint-
ees sub-cabinet officers, collectors of Internal
revenue and the like who were personally
selected for public office by the Democratic ad-
ministration
Bff aft^S Q&^-fiSC ^Sruron^nTTef S"o?^Pw^A
Dltod ozdv^Tn SnneI "Potion to *p- Hi-can sub-let the Job of inspecting them to!
rrm ttsiP if.0*" People. the FBI or some other arency. But he will have
From this, it is not to be concluded that the to fire the gnllty himself.
Eat. drink too much?
Here care the facts on pleasant
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TAKE GOOD-TASTING ENO




fRIDAV, DECEMBER 21. Mil
[mas Basket Fund
For Atlantic Side
Exteeded By $300
. Response to an appeal for
Inoney to buy Christmas baskets
ft food for Atlantic side unem-
ployed bas been so generous
I hat the goal of $1,000 has been
Surpassed by $300 to date.
. Churches, organisations. P. C.
JlivLsions, and Individuals have
lontrlbuted so that about 00
preels of food will be distribut-
ed instead of the 300 given last
War. The cost of each basket is
kbout $2.00 and contains 2 lbs.
hf flour. 2 lbs. of potatoes. 2 lbs.
pf onione, 2 lbs. of sugar, 1 can
pf milk. 1 can corned beef,
cocoa, tea, coffee, rice, bread,
and soap.
Last year, two elderly ladles
almost collapsed when they
Went for their Chriatmas bas-
kets. The minister said, "Why
did vou not wait at home? We
itould have carried your basket
Ito you." The reply from one
Twas. "I was afraid I wouldn't
get one If I didn't come for It..
Because there are many fami-
nes like this, the Atlantic Re-
lllglous Workers Council spon-
ored the Christmas Basket
..'und. The Council Is comprised
of the ministers of all denoml-
Inatlons In Cristobal, Oatun, co-
lln, and Margarita, of Atlantic
side chaplains and of leaders of
Ithe Y. M. C. A. and American
Bible Society.
i, One P. C. division which Is In
Ithe upheaval of consolidation,
causing many men to lose Jobs
lor to be down-graded, came
I through with one of the largest
| amounts.
Contributions were received
I from following organizations
land individuals:
Ft. Qullck and Coco Solo.
[Locks Division. Cristobal "Y"
Desk, Building Division. Com-
mlssarv Division. Cristobal TTn-
lon Church, Margarita Union
Church. Church of our Saviour,
I Cristobal YMCA Oirls Service
I Organization Benefit Dance.
I Oatun Union Church Rotarv
(Cristobal-Coloni. Inter Church
Thanksgiving Service. P. C.
Press. Cristobal Police. Electrical
Division, Cristobal Elks. Coral
Chanter OES. Smoot and Hun-
nicutt. Cervecera Nacional.
Cristobal National Sojourners,
Water and Laboratory Branch,
C. B. Penton Co., Margarita
School. Members of I.A.W.C.,
i Cristobal Post Office. Oatun
| OE.S. Club. Municipal Division,
I Andrews St Co.. Grounds Main-
tenance. Wilcox & Co., and Dr.
Eno, Alvin Hevde. TroDlcal Ra-
dio. Dr. St Mrs. V. Prier. Mr.
Daanol, Mr. Roscoe Halnlng.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE
Korean Railroads
Carry Major Load
In War Against Reds
WASHINGTON, D. C. Die.
On the railroad that went to war
In Korea, foxholes are the whistle
stops and the fighting front is
a freight yard, the National
Geographic Society report!.
Several dozen new dlesel-elec-
trlc locomotives have been ship-
ped to Korea recently, the U. S.
Army Transportation Corps has
disclosed. Unheralded In dispat-
ches, they will be weapons none-
theless as crucial as the groaning
trainloads of tanks, uns. sup-
plies, and troops hauled north
through the battered Korean
countryside.
In the dark days of the Pusan
foothold, an entire division was
picked up and moved by train,
100 miles in less than 24 hours,!
to meet a Communist spearhead.
Many another time rail trans-
portation has spelled the differ-
ence between success and failure
of United Nations operations.
Railways have been used tac-
tically to an extent not seen
since the American Clwll War,
They have also carried 95 per
cent of the U. N. sujjply load in
some areas.
AWOL Gl Escapes
In Shopping Crowd,
Handcuffs And All
NEW YORK, Dec. 21 (UP)
An AWOL Marine wanted in
North Carolina for probation
violation broke away from two
deputy United States marshals
on the steps of the Brooklyn
Federal building today and es-
caped by mingling with Christ-
mas shoppers.
A 13 state alarm Immediate-
ly was sent out for the hand-
cuffed fugitive, George Pentls,
20, and the FBI and Marine
Corps military police joined the
hunt.
Pentls was arrested this
morning at the home of his
foster parents In Queens and
was being taken to the Feder-
al detention house when he
made his break.
Pentls pleaded guilty to steal-
ing a motor car In Raleigh, N.
C. Nov. 2 while serving with
the Marines at Camp Lejeune.
N. C. He was placed on proba-
tion and ordered to report to
his officers at the marine camp.
However. Pentls came to New
York instead.
*
Last minute arrivals
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in pure crystal
yellow whhe green
c77oor lamps dable Xamps
FELIX' CHRISTMAS RAFFLE
$2,000.00 GIFT PRIZES !
OPEN TILL P.M.

FELIX B. MADURO, S. A.
21 Central Avenue
Labor Party Scores
Victory In Barbados
General Election
BRIDGETOWN. Dec. 21Re-
sults of the general election held
in Barbados show a vietory for
the Labor Party, headed by
Orantley H. Adams, which now
has a clear majority of eight
seats In the 24-member House
of Assembly. t
Out of 17 Labor candidates
16 were elected. The Electors'
Association, headed by veteran
legislator J. H. Wilkinson, land-
ed only four of Its candidates
out of 18 it sent to the polls.
Wilkinson himself lost his seat
for St. James, which he held
for 20 years.
Algernon W. Crawford's Con-
gress Party, correctly reading
the portents, put up only two
candidates, and both these were
elected. The other two success-
ful contestants ran as Indepen-
dents.
It was the first time all Bar-
badian adults were eligible to
vote; for the first time also a
woman has been elected to
membership In the 312-year- old
House of Assembly: Mrs. E. E.
Bourne (Labor), a school teach-
er, returned for St. Andrew.
Now that the Labor Party has
been given a clear mandate, It
Is expected to take steps to
bring about two Important po-
litical changes, which were an-
nounced as part of the party I
election platform: extension of
the life of the House of As-
sembly from three to five years,
and ministerial status for those
elected members who are named
to the Executive Commlttea.
CZ Commissaries
To Remain Open
December 24, 31
The Canal commissaries will
be open on the Mondays before
Christmas and New Years Day
to avoid a three-day closing.
They will be closed on Christ-
mas and New Years and will re-
main closed on the Wednesdays
following these holidays, De-
cember 26, and January 2.
It was previously announced
that the weekly closing days
during the holiday weeks would
be on Thursday.
Both Innocent But
Still Suspicious
FORT WORTH. Tex., Dec. It was a case of mistaken iden-
tity.
Paul Schlacter had locked up
I his filling station and was get-
ting into his car when he noticed
a truck parked across the street. |
Schlacter, suspicious of a break-,
In, watched the truck for 45 min-
utes before a police car cruised
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the truck.
, "Watch that guy over at the
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"He was trying doors after the
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craft reported it had been found
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Britain Experiments
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LONDON, Dec. 21Much more
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dom In the design of hollow tur-
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bladesthe most important part
of the engine.
Engine designers have built a
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air which is channeled up the
blade root into the blade itself.
Experts believe that air cooling
Is one of the more promising
techniques for jet engines of the
future.
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portion of scarce metals. Alter-
natively, they can be built for.
running at much higher temper-
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 19S1
i; HOLLYWOOD
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
HOLLYWOOD. (NEA) Guys comedy starring Cary Grant,
and Dolls: Jan Sterling's saying!Betsy Drake and assorted small
what Edgar Allen Poe's raven fry actors.
said, about her try at playing a! "We're over the binge of psy-
stralght role in the movie. "Rhu-.chological and cause pictures,"
barb." Taurog said. "Now we're back to
Decorative dolls, even the type making family pictures and the
with comedy anecies, are out for public will be seeing some great
Jan, who's returning to the sul- new kid stars."
try, flossy parts that skyrocketed' Some of the former junior
her to stardom in "Johnnv Be- emoters guided by Taurog: Judy
linda" and "Ace In the Hole." Garland, Deanna Durbin, Mickey
"I'm a believer in the theory Rooney, Jackie and Robert Coo-
that you have to be tvped in pic- gan, Freddie Bartholomew and
tures,'' she told me. "If it doesn't Virginia Weldler.
happen, you're dead. I'm through I "I never worked with a dlsre-
with straight glamor. It's silly, spectful kid," Taurog tells it.
You get all made up and you "Child actors don't deserve the
can't show any emotion. You're reputation they have. They're
afraid you're going to crack your not temperamental or precocious.
S'DE GLANCES
By Galbraith
ITKKV-
PAYMENT DUE
makeup or lose your false eye-
lashes."
Jan's on loanout now to UI as
the damsel who teaches Tony
Curtis the facts of life in "Hear
No Evil" and calls it "my best
role."
M
They simply believe that they are
the characters they are playing
on the screen."
Warner Bros, aren't shouting
it. but "About Face," with Gor-
don MacRae. Alleen Gates and
Eddie Bracken, Is a musical re-
make of "Brother Rat." Aileen's
'the doll who toured for 10
months In the road company of
"Inside U.S.A.," and then spent
Sandpaper in your voice?
Hurry to Hollywood where
newcomer as raw throated
iy- Deline, 1SJ?eln* ha'rf^Sa vear inside Paramount without
find in the leading-man depart- camera Bracken wno
merit at Columbia studio d ,ne flrst fllm verslon ls
"If the public can stand my ,h created
voice." wheezed Aldo Ray, "then oack ln tne slaKe role ne '
there's a chance for everybody.
"I didnt know how awful I
sounded until I saw my first
rashes. I realized whv all my life
people have been asking me if I
had laryngitis."
Aldo got into pictures by an-
swering a call in the San Fran-
cisco newspapers for football
players for "Saturday's Hero."
fit explained:
ACOB
CANASTA /#i
FRECKLES AND BIS FRIENDS
You're the Doctor
T. M. re. o. . pt. art.
cor. 1M1 y m Mv>cr. me.
BY MERRILL BLOSSER

BY OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
"My brother persuaded me to
!melding out. Your best chance is
to guess which pair of pictures
your partner ls in position to add
"I can understand watching to.
drive him down to Hollywood to the discards of the player at your.
see the easting director. I lust left." writes a fan. "but I don'tj That's exactly why you must
wanted to spe whi'. those Holly- see the big advantage of watch-remember your partner's prc-
wood Jerka looked like." ing your partner's discards. I'vious discards. If your partner
Rita Havwor'.h. Lana Turner find it very difficult to remember has previously discarded kings,
and Pette Da'-is nopo.n- In and even one player's discards, and I he may be saving queens, but
out of beds and closets in filmy dread the thought of doubling the cannot he saving kings. If your
nightgown*"' |ob. Is it reallv necessary?"
"Nevar mind my age! I can ahoval a little anow K you
can stand running to the beauty shop twice a week!"
be possible to put one deuce with poor time to make your Initial
a pair of Kings and ihe other i meld. Walt until you can put
with a pair of queens, but this your deuces with a pair that
might leave you a long way from I your partner ls likely to have ln |
his hand.
ALLEY OOP
THERE** ARE /DR. MHffM DESCRIPTION TOR.
AMY SAFETY CAMPAIGN THAT HAS THAT
FEEUNC /
A Place to Warm Up?
BY T, T. HAMT.IN
SHERIFF WINS
Madge Knnedv. who starred Unfortunately, it is. should nd queens this ls probably
ln zIddv bedroom falces for Sa"i >eKjn Dy saying that everybody;
Goldwyn back in 1917. says it i-,as trouble rememberina dis-
mi "Thev'd be wonderful in bed- nasta. After you've played it for:
room farces." said Madse. back a while, your memory seems to!
before the cameras for the first become better,
time in 28 years In Columbia's
"The Marrying Kind" "There There's a good reason for this.
was plways a ereat nubile for It." too. A beginner has the job of:
Niehties or najamas for Madge remembering a group of mean-!
In this movie? ingless cards. To the experienced I
"Oh. no." the blushed. "I play player, each card has a meaning; !
a court of domestic relations and it is therefore much easier to:
Judge." remember them. You might corn-
Madge mav have worn filmy pare it with memorizing a speech
nightgowns in the 1917 flickers in a language that you don't un-
but she wasn't supposed to have derstand. That's a hard Job. but*
sex-aDpeal. it becomes much easier when'
"My pictures," she insisted, vou begin to understand the Ian-1
"were for .the whole family. Iiguage.
played Inkocent heroines. All I
had to do was to be as bland as Getting back to Canasta, let's
an egg and loik just as unhatch- see why it's important to re-
ed." member your partner's discards.
Marilyn Monroe is peeling off! The most Important time to re-
those labels that proclaim her as member them is when you want
the new Lana Turner and Jean to meld out in a hurry. This Is
Harlow as fast as they are being I particularly true when you must
slapped on her rurvev chassis decide where to place a wild card.
It's yawn stuff to'Marilyn. who For example, suppose you hold I
says that ".omebody's alwavs after drawingthree aces, two
another somebody in Holh'wood kings, two queens, two deuces, |
and I'm not like anvbody el?e. ->nd three miscellaneous cards.
"E"en in the roles I play. I haye Your opponents have already
to play parts that are a little melded aces and have picked up
twistv. i can't give them any-,the discard pile a few times.
thing." Your side has melded nothing.
-------- and you need 120 points for the
A new croo of Shirley TemDles first meld,
and Jackie Coogans is on the way ' At this point you decide to
to cure the box-off Ire blues. itneld, correctly enough. You
Director Normsn Tauro- who's must put down the three aces, of
Uncle Norman to Hollywood mno- course, and you may put down
peK -dipped me the word on the both deuces with a pair of kings
set of "Room for One More," a or with a pair of queens. It would
THROCKMORTON, Tex. (UPi
Challenge Garland Shaw to
a race and you've got one. Two
young fellows passed him ln
their car and signaled, their
racing intentions. Shaw won,
partner has discarded both kings! then took the pair before a
a Judge. Shaw is a sheriff.
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Atomic Research
Being Conducted
At High Altitudes
INTERLAKEN. 8 w 1 tierland,
Dec. 21 British scientists are
engaged In atomic research at
one o the highest laboratories In
the world. It la more than two
miles tip on the Swiss Jungfrau-
Joch mountain.
The British scientists are study-
ing the behavlrr o cosmic rays.
Their work of observing and pho-
tographing cosmic rays Is closely
tilled to atomic research, for It
is one o the ways by which
rclentists hope to find out what
actually happens Inside an atom.
Cosmic rays are still one of the
major mysteries of science; no
one knows exactly how they are
created. By the. time they reach
sea level, they consist of various
particles, including mesons.
Scientists are particularly in-
terested In these mesons, for
they are the mot powerful atom-
mlitting "bullets" known. They
can disrupt an atom far more
ctflciently than any sub-atomic
particle produced by man-made
cvclotrons.
The scientists have chosen to
work at high altitudes because
the intensity of cosmic ray acti-
vity depends on the distance the
ray have traveled through the
atmosphere.
Libya Becomes
Sovereign Stale
On Christmas Eve
LONDON. Dec. 21 (UP) The
Foreign Office announced today
that the former Italian colony
of Libya would become a sover-
eign tate on Dec. 24.
Llbva, comprising Cyrenaica,
TripoUtania' and Fezzan. were
placed under British and French
administration by article 23 of
the Italian peace treaty.
Britain administered Cyrenai-
ca, ruled bv Emir Sayed Moham-
med El Sunessl and the French
administered Feraan.
The Foreign Office said that
after consultation with the
French government as the ad-
ministering authority of Feraan
said with the United Nations
Commissioner for Libya. Britain
tad decided to "take necessary
steps in collaboration with the
French government to transfer
all remaining powers to the Ll-
bvan government on Dec. 24."
'The Foreign. Office said the
transfer had been agreed upon
"Piter taking Libyan wishes ihto
account" and nas a move In ful-
fillment of United Nations re-
solutions of 1949 and 1950. i\
Famous Statue
HORIZONTAL
1 Depicted
famous statue,
the------
Belvedere
7 It was found
in the ruins
of------
13 Dark red
14 Fight
15 Place
16 Different
18 Japanese
outcast
19 Pronoun
20 Ruined
22 Preposition
23 Unasph-ated
25 It is now in
27 Paradise
28 Wlng-ahaped
2Gutt (ab.)
30 Cerium
(symbol)
31 Measure of
area
32 Half (ab.)
33 French
novelist
35 Bearing
38 To the
sheltered side
39 Opposed
40 That is (ab.)
41 Musical
compositions
47 To (prefix)
48 Feline
50 Pattern
51 Mimic
52 Made amends
54 Whispers
56 Arboreal'
mammals'
57 Deepest
VERTICAL
1 Sealed glass
bulb
2 Hesitated
1 Table scrap
4 Behold!
5 Closed curve
6 Atop
7 Brother of
Cain (Bib.)
8 Nostril
Trinity term
(ab.)
10 Follower
11 Last syllable
12 Baser
17 Salutation
(coll.)
20 Guards
21 Greek coins
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26 Hydrocarbon 45 Fresh-water
13 Unprofessional duck
34 Ester of oleic 46 And
acid 49 Boy's
36 Storehouses nickname
37 Most precise
42 Hebrew
measure
43 Bows
51 Fruit drink
53 Greek letter
55 lile of Wight
(ab.)
Lifer Who Escaped,
Won War Medals,
Gels Xmas Release
NASHVILLE. Tenn, Dec. 21
(UP)John Padgett, a World
War II hero, walked out of Ten-
nessee state prison here today
with a commutation of his life
sentence for murder as a Christ-
mas present.
old son greeted him. Mrs. Padg-
ett had worked as a waitress here
since her husband returned to
prison in 1948.
Padgett, now 47, escaped from
prison in 1938 and moved to Cal-
ifornia where he changed his
name to Ernest Abold and be-
came a house painter.
Jungles Of Panam
Come To Life Under
Brush of Young Pic
FT. SHERMAN. Dec. 21A ca-
sual glance at the walls of the Ft.
Sherman Service Club usually
demands a second look, because
the Jungles of Panama seem to
be coming to rife In the club.
The person who Is responsible
for this transformation Is Pfc
Milton J. Stappenbeck. a young-
ster of 21. assigned to "A" com-
pany, 370th Engineer Amphibious
Support Regiment.
Stappenbeck and his unusual
talent, was unknown until ?wo
weeks ago when he walked Into
the Service Club and offered his
services which were promptly ac-
cepted. Since that day his paint-
ings have been one of the main
topics of conversation on the
Post.
Stappenbeck claims no formal
education In art, but dates the
desire to paint and draw from
the time he was handed colored
pencils and was encouraged to
sketch at the Hope Haven Or-
phanage, Morrero, Louisiana
the only home he has ever known.
White in the Orphanage, Stap-
penbeck was allowed to help
paint miniature statues used In
nativity scenes. Since oil paints
were used in this work, his Inter-
est was stimulated. He used this
medium on his favorite subject,
landscapes.
After finishing high school at
the Orphanage, he moved to Ka-
lamazoo, Michigan, where he got
a Job embossing the county rec-
ord books. He entered the Army
while In K a la ma zoo.
Stappenbeck is transcribing
the, flora and fauna in and a-
round Fort.Sherman to his mur-
als for the Service Club and
hopes that this experience will
stand him in good stead when he
becomes a professional painter.
College Men Lukewarm
About Job Security
EVANSTON, 111. (UP) Col-1
lege graduates are more con-!
cerned with opportunity than!
Job security, according to Dr. |
Frank' S. Endlcott, director of
Northwerten University's place-
ment service.
Endlcott reported on a survey
among 62 members of the 1951
graduating class who were of-
fered a total of 269 Jobs be-1
fore graduation, or about four
each.
The students rejected 207 of
the proffered Jobs. In 17 per
cent of the rejections, lack of
opportunity for advancement:
was cited as the main reason.
In only one case was a job
rejected because of an ina-
dequate pension program, Endi-
cott said.
Twenty-one per cent of the"
Jobs were declined because of
a low starting salary.
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Colon
Oov. Gordon Browning,
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He Joined the Army when
World Vlfar II began and fought
In Europe for two and one-half
years with the 30th Division.
Tennessee American Legion and
Polk County district attorney R.
Beecher Witt, reduced Padgett's
sentence to "time served" and
ordered him released Immediate-
ly;
He had been convicted in 1931
for the famUy feud" murder of
Lenwood Jones in polk County.
Padgett's wife and four-year-
He was awarded a Bronze Star
ctlng and Purple Heart for "gallantry"
In hand-to-hand combat. He was
the
wounded by fragments from
German hand grenade.
After the war, Padgett return-
ed to Green Valley, Calif., and
married. He wax arrested there
In 1948 and returned to prison.
The Padgetts plan to return to
California as soon as possible.
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Minimum for
Jc. each additional
wort".
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE
Automobile
;R- SALE:Metal Venetion Blinds,
64 x 52. gocd condition. House
H0. Pedro Miguel. Phone 4-481.1 ^ ^ cor'lhrough
I .'.'...... ^nutiuiiruT KUIIAVK [IkliU
Service Personnel ond
Civilion Government Employei
FIKANCI
MISCELLANEOUS
RESORTS
yew aev a eWaJtha] arafcleaif SHRAPNIL'S beach houses available
Write AkefcaJki As holidays. Resevatiom unnecessary.
as 2011 Aaca.. C. 2. See OWN III there.
COMMERCIAL b
PROFESSIONAL
Special end-el-year effer
Sanitary aaithaawara "Clayca"
F$>R SALE: 5 piece Tropical living-
Iroom set with innerspnng cush-
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYIJ FINANCI Voilet Bowl, (ram $10.00.
CO.
Fcrf Worth, Texos.
I. Conestira ol 3 seot settee,
2 choir' one Ottomon and Coffee Serv.ng Government Employes and
Table 3,123.00. Set of 1947 Frog-,Service Personnel in the Canal Zone
er-reor spring mew) $20. Phone for 14 years. W,th our financing
ifi. RSI'S house 84-BL Coco So- your insurance autornoheolly- *d|usted
.- to U. S. coverage.
"to-_________-----------------------------------|ARRANGIMINTS CAN II MADI
Lum Henry" repoir refmish Ration THROUGH LOCAL AUTOMOilLE
Bamboo Furniture, free estimate, DIALER
'pick up, and punctual service. Dia-
Cemplete teileta in white aad co-
lon ran $26.50.
Wathbaiini in white one1 calan
tram $16.50.
Clay "rW. Ca.
Pkilliae. Octonside cottages. Santa
Clara. Box 435. Selbeo. Phone
Panama 3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673
Williams Santa Clara Beoch Cottages.
Two bedrooms. Frigidaires. Rock-;
gas ranges. Balboa 2-3050.
37-47 Via laa
Tal. 3-0160
,gonal
Hotel Roosevelt No. 22.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
:OR SALE: Solid mahogany Bor|
i with 3 leather upholstred maho-1 drive it away. Only $725 dawn.
gany stools. Must be seen to op- Your FORD DEALER. COLPAN
-precate. $225.00. 306, Pedro Mi- MOTORS INC., an automebile
1951 Ford Victoria (hare tea cen-
vtrtible) twa tana areen. Thi car;--- -.. T "1 ;
urt like new. Only 6000 W*m\ftyt*?~2&..2*'*S?,i*.
HOTEL PANAMERICANO in cool Eli
Voile. Rooms $2.00 per person
per day. Meals a la carte. Special
Christmas Dinner $1.25. Reserva-
tions telephone Panama 2-1112.
Iguel. Tel. 4-352.
REAVING Country, must sell over- -------------------------
[stuffed eosy chair. $25. onother FOR SALE:
row Telephone 2 103 3 2-1036
Panam.
two year old. Automatic Bendix
washing mochine, latest model,
like new. $250. Corner 37th and
Cuba Avenue No. 18.
FOR SALE:Long, playing records of.
Gramlich't Santo Clara beach-
cottages Elactrle lea boxes, gos
stoves, moderate rate. Phone 6-
441 or 4-567.
FOR RENT
Apartments
It is actually cheaper
to buy a
P.r.l. SAFETY SAW
BLADE
than to accept any other
as a Gift.
Besides Protection Against
Injury, they save many
times their value In cost
of SHARPENING and
POWER alone.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC
27 Central Ave. Tel. 3-tItf
Man Vllma A. Reina, daughter
o Ernesto A. Reina and Mrs.
Teodolinda D. de Reina, la at
present attending school at
Marycrest College, Davenport,
Iowa. We wish Miss Reina all
happiness on her birthday and
Merry Christmas.
Buying or selling on
automobile? See Agencias Cosmos,
oil makes. AGENCIAS DIAZ, 37th ALHAMISA APARTMENTS
St. 6-A, Panomi. Modern furnished-unfurnished apart-!
ments. Maid service optional. Con-,
.$8.00. Radio 8 bands. $35.00
Bookcose. $6.00. Portoble wheel, Automobile Row No. 29. Tel. 2- F0R SALE:Electric ranga like new.'toct office 8061. 10th Street, New
(table. $10. Baby bed and mot-, 4721, Ponamo.________________ Must Je|| $ 17,5.00. 00* 233-B, Cristobal, telephone 1386 Colon.
tress, $10.00. High choir. Sj.OO.. Go,un --------------------------------1-----------------------------------
Sl0 1950 Mercury 6 aaieenear Ceuee,________________________________________ FOR RENT:One unfurnished one
I Metal bed 2 mattresses.
! Dresser. $5.00. One good clean,
mattress, $12.00. another, $7.00.|
Smoll table. $3.00. Vanity dresser |
($5.00. Three toble lamps, S3.00
each. Choirs $2.00 each. Child's!
room linoleum, S4 00. Odds and
ends. No. 10. 48th street. Tele
1 phone 3-3406. Panoma
-f
dork gree. leather aphelstery,FOR SALE Pekinese dog at West; bedroom apartment and one un-
aood tirei. Only 9 0 mile*. Thi| |3m Streat No 54_ Apt I3 T._: furnished two bedroom aportment.
lephone 2-5179. Panama. with seaview, cool. Uruguay St..
car ii a steel. Only $600 down
and drive it away. Year FORD
No. 2.
DEALER, COLPAN MOTORS INC.. FOR SALE:Governor Withrop se
on automobile raw. Tel. 2-1033 cretary, child's tricycle. Stromberg FOR RENT: Independent modern
2-1036, Panama. Corlson Radio, 25 cycle. 5338-A one bedroom apartment, garage.
-----------------------------------------------------------------, Davis St. Dioblo Heights. Tele- 168 Via Belisario Porros.
Are you leaking far a used car? | phone 2-3394. ---------------------------
telephone So",,th'" S**l ' ''* '"='
Cerne te Aurlandie Ne. 13, 4th'FOR SALE Tricycle, heavy type.!
of July Avenue. new $20.00. Record player 25
00." Electron vacuum cleaner.I" "' "" f" cVcle NEW- $200- 5738, Dia-.
:0R SALE: -Mahogony
stand ond glass for top. Chair and
I telephone stand is one piece. $40.
FOR RENT
Room*
bio, 2-2701.
ued very little, 25 ond 60 cycles.; T|RES AND TUBES: New; 11.00 x
i $60.00. 0430, Apt. G. Frong.pa-; 22; 12 ply; for trucks; borgom FOR SALE: Boy's bicycle, one
ni St., Ancn, C. Z. 4 p m. to phce5. f |soza & Company, 79! shooter, 3 rocking choirs. Call
J7 p m____________^^^^________I B Avenue. Cristobal 3-1095.
cJ5r SALE:Refrigerator porcelain, 1950 Sttrdebeker Caemeien Star-
I inside and out, excellent condi-
tion. 25 cycle. SI00.00. 1523-B
i Govilon rood.
FOR SALE
Boal & Motor*
light Coupe black, ced tires, seat
covert, a clean car. Only $465.
00 down and drive it away. Yaur
Three (ell Sitters
ROOMS AVAILABLE Light. cee<
entirely renovated and wall fur-
ni.hed. Rate reaianible. Bache-
lor, only Inquire at The Ame-
rican Club racing Da
Park.

"M Home For Christmas

OR SALE OR SALE:37 foot Hig-
gins hull, double cobin, very cheap.
,See the "Gypsy".at Balboa Yocht
tClub or call'87-3297.
FOR SALE
Motorcvcle
INC, an automobile rew. Tel.
1033 2-I0J6 Panam,.
FOR_SALE~1949 ludsTn'V con-rLYNN- Mai*.. Dec. tl (UPT
vertible, excellent condition. W,rTh_ree JSL a*e P*E-.J-*"!?
FOR RENT:Furnished room with
private bathroom, separate en-
trance, splendid for bachelor, No.
13. 43rd Street. .
FOR RENT:Furnished Or unfurnish-
ed to single person, responsible,
accept tradein and |l-m" TC SSSiW "^S ta. 5? Y5 -i*^ ** ** S'"
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery
Aluminum
Awnings
Different
Colors
$14.00
Industrias
Panamericanas
Tel. 3-.171.1
22 E. 28th Street
phone, office 3-3325; home 3-
2427.
FDR SALE:Ariel. 500 c. c. twin.
I Excellent condition, one new tire.
$450. Coll Rolph Huls at 3-2643
Panam.
1---------------------------------------------------------------
already has cost them two
months In detention cell were
allowed today to return to their
homes for Christmas.
FOR RENT
M scellaneons
1950 Ford Cuetom Tudo, V-t light
ZZj"aLii?MSM da'w'n "and Dislrlct *** Wllllam VV* RENT SITE:-NIW YORKIR.
it' yauri Yaur FORD DEALER t?!.erga/..COn-t!51ied. ' ^e?"' -3"A' Ju!' ArOMmino Avenu
PANAMA BROKERS, INC.
Motel ft Panama
SeUing: Abattoir. Panam
Eareat (preferred), Clay Pro-
duet, S. Pernando Clinic.
Tel. .3-4719 S-1680
COLPAN MOTORS INC., an au-
tomobile row. Tal. 2-1033 2-
1036, Panama.
nesday the cases of Roberta! For informotion No. 26; 37th St.
McCanley. 15, of Nahant, Eileen;--------- '
Jeffrey, 17, and Marylin Curry,;a.#*.^^
i6, both of Lynn iROTC Instructor
FOR SALE:1948 Pockord 4-door .. a -aaa t
-.....-\JS thbaiie a^nerfhly'l" CZ Promoted
pleaded innocent to delinqunecy T/ I !..At
and larceny charges. i lo -leUrenanT
_ I. M/Sgt, Willlain E. Jenkins
4 Ford Tudar V-8 dark blue/ The girls are charged with became the seventh enlisted in--!
M.t cover., goad tec. Only $395. sealing $18.000 in cash from a,structor 6f Canal Zone ROTC
00 down. Yaur FORD DEALER. st,ro" >** ,n, * Nahant home cadets to become an officer
COLPAN MOTORS INC.. m. ^.o^ Dr.^Albert H^Covner while g^the ROTO prcaram first
MODERN FURNITURE
CUSTOM BLTI.T
Slipcover Renpholstery
VISIT OUR SHOW-ROOM!
AlWrte Heraa
J B. * la Oeea Tt (AataaaaklleRew
Pree Batlraatat (iekap DeUvarj
Tel. S-4ZS l:H a.m. M 1:M em.
seat covers, radio ond plenty of
trim. Will consider older cor for
trode in. House 0437-M, Ancon.
Drug Found To Ease
High Blood Pressure
' ST. LOUIS. Dec. i UP iA re-.
Search team at Washington Uni-
Iersity here has developed a two-'
rue technique of treating hy-'FOR SALE49 Renoult. Duty poid. subdued and apparently re- ROTC headquarters In Balboa
" morseful girls wore little of the I After Major Wayne L. Bart'
finery they bought with $3,000: Commanding Officer of the or-
of the doctor's savings before | ganlzation. had administered
thpir nraa vqc intarriintffH Kir.tVia, na.tK r\t nfru. 4. v a *__... ^J
REPAIRVenetian Blinds.
MAKECornices it Curtains.
PAINTFurniture
Work Guaranteed.
! TALLER CEDE0
#23 Per Ave. Tel. 3-1066
ertension which they think may
ontrol ordinary cases of high
blood pressure.
i
! Dr. Henry A. Schroeder. head
if the team, reported to the Cen-
iral Society for Clinical research
hat the two drugs, neither of
t-hlch was effective by Itself.
f-ere combined with favorable
llnlcal results.
I
' Used together, the drugs bring
plood pressure temporarily down
to normal or near-normal levels.
fchroeder emphasized, however,
hat the treatment only controls
but does not cure the condition.
He said the drugs used were
hexamethonlum chloride and
hydrazinophthalazlne, either In
tablet or injection form.
The effect of the drugs lasts
Several hours. Schroeder said.
and the blood pressure again
pises If the patient stops taking
the medicine.
mobile rew. Tal. 2-1033 2-
1036, Panam.
Radio. Good condition, $625.00.
Fort Clayton, 4173 or 6121.
minding the doctor's child. Lt. Jenkins took the oath of
; office Wednesday In a brief
At today's arraignment, the ceremony at the Canal Zone
1947 Pentiac Fardar Six dark blue, their spree was interrupted by tht th Of office to Lt. .latnfrtii?
geed tirae. eaat cavers, radia. New York police. the new officer's wife Mrs
spotlight. Only $350 dawn and
take it away. Yaur FORD DEALER.
COLPAN MOTORS INC.. en aa-
tomobile raw. Tel. 2-1033 2-
1036, Panam.
FOR SALE:Fiat convertible coupe.
Moy be seen: Estacin Shell, Via
Espaa.
T//?ncn5
. tomorrow i
1947 Hua.on Convertible Coupe
brand new paint, brand new teg,
brand new eat coven, goad tire.
Thi. car a -eel. Only $230.00
down and it's yearn. Yaur FORD
DIALER. COLPAN MOTORS INC..
an autemebile rew. Tal. 2-1031
2-1036, Panam.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED: Three bedroom aport-
ment in best residential section
with 2 bathrooms. Write detail
to aportado 1833.
Roberta and her friends were Helen Marie Jenkins, pinned his
returned last night by plane gold bar. the Insignia- of rank
from New York where authorl-.of a second lieutenant, on the
ties have held them since their lieutenant's collar,
arrest in October. Jenkins is the son of Mrs
Trevor Jenkins of Shraron. Pa!
They were confined there as He served with the 10th Armor-
witnesses in cases involving ed Division in Europe in World
morals charges against someJWar n and Is a veteran of the
young men they met.
SmSATIOMfkL 0FFR!
' : IM*{|G *: n
'. (!' S' I I
". -.li-OCO.fr
aves m% mtmmo-x.m'.
Pit. all andar* He trratn boara-.
Will last dellBltery.
Only $3.75 each
2 lor $7.25
Postpaid
The trio also came back with-
out $15,000 of Dr. Covner's cache
which they said they lost to
some Broadway sharpies while
night-clubbing. The doctor
later committed suicide.
Get one for yourself.
Give one as a Xmss Gift
famed battle for Bastogne, Bel- Limited Quantity. ORDER NOW.
Send Money Order to
Dunmore Agency
Estafeta Instituto Nacional
fanam, R. P.
J^peaVM
BUSINESS MANS
winch- 75
Salmon Salad w/ Cole Slaw
or Pur St. Germain
Carried Beef Zafroon Rice
Stuffed Chayte
Hot Rolls Butter
Salad
Dessert
Coffee Tea Boer
Join m for Cocktail
from 4 to 6 pjn.
MANHATTANS
MARTINIS
DAIQUIRIS
25 C.
APPET1ZMRS 'On The Kousf
'X
WANTED:One bedroom aportment
in Bella Vista or Visto Hermoso
Tel. 85-3281, from 8 a. m. to
4 p. m.
WANTED:One furnished bedroom
apartment. For a couple, role rea-
sonable. Call clerk 84-4268, Ft
Kobbe.
WANTED: Wall furnished cool
room with independent bathroom
preferible in Bella Visto, for An.
neon gentleman Cell 2-461 1.
Legal Notice
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
United State. District Court For The
District Of The Canal Zone
Division af Barbee
Icniclo Rodriguez Melendez.
riaiatiff,
vet
Adelaida Rodratbaa,
Defendant.
SUMMONS
Caaa No. 144*
Civil Docket 1*
ACTION Tl'R DIVORCK
To too aboT.-nemed defendant :
You are kereer required to appear
and anewer the remplaiat tiled la t
above entitled ac/fon within ninety
del after the firat date of eaklleaUoa.
In ease of jour fallara to oe> ap-
pear aad aaawer, jadamant wOl >e
taken remit roo ir default Tar the
relief demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Joe. J.
Hancock. Judr. United Btatee Olitric
Court for the DUUict. of the Canal
Zone, tail Tin dar of December. 1*11.
C T. MeCeraaiah. Jr.
Clark
(BEAD
Br H. H. Lee. Jr.
Deautr Clerk
To Adelaida Rodrieuea:
The foreiolee aummeae h aeread
upon vea kr publication pureoant t
the order af the Honorable Jeeeph J
Hancock. Judie, United Stetea Diitnet
Coort lor the Dletriet of tke Canal
Zone, dated December J, ltli ad en.
tered and filed in thi. action in tU
office of tke Clerk of .eld United
Statea Dletriet Coart far tke Divletoa
f Balboa, ea December i. ltli
C. T. McCaraafck. Jr.
Clerk
r H. Ti. Lao. Jr
Depute Clerk
Bronze-Age Spears Dug ,
Up Near Minos Palace
KN06S0S. Chete, Dee. (UP)
Bronze-Age battle spears, still as
sharp as the day they were lasti
used more than 3.500 years ago, I A .. J :*-% Tex To Ira
have been unearthed near the AUQICIICc 10 I OKe
ancient palace of Minos. n a n .
The spears and other weapons rOTl 111 OODTISt S
were found In the tombs of Ml- _7 *L
noan warriors uncovered by bull- Chri^tma^ COflCeft
dozers leveling a site for a sani-|^'nnbrma* V-Ullt-eri
torlum being built by Cretan-: .. ..t.in,tin,, tr. ts,.
Americans | Audience particlnatlon In the
After cutting through a wall higingof carols will be featured
sealing the entrance to several;111 the annual Christmas con-
tombs, the archeologists found ieert- '*The Music Of Christmas'
several bronze spear heads Dv the choir of the First Bao-
swords, daggers, pieces of a Hat Church of Balboa Heights
bronze helmet which had been Sunday vening.
broken when the tomb's roof
caved In, and vases and pottery 8in1ng a varied program o(
selections from Hawlev's Can-
tata, "The Christ ChilH" spe-
cial arrangements of the be-
loved, "Awav In A Manger" and
the spiritual. "Doan You Heah
Dem Bells?", the choir under the
direction of Howard Jones wtH
conclude with the "Halleluiah"
chorus from "Tht Messiah."
Five soloists will appear with
the choir: Mrs. Webb Hearne
and Mrs. Spencer Smith, so-
pranos; Mrs. Blton Vickors, con-
tralto: fed Perry, tenor, and
Webb Hearne, baritone. Piano
and organ accompaniments will
be played by Lillian Jones and
Paul Pretls.
This year's concert, to which
the public is invited, will be
sung in a Christmas tree and
candle-light setting, with the
lev. William H. Beeby preeid
ing. .
i0Zj
Chanukah Services
To Beain Sunday
A'UWB Balboa
TheTeast of Lights, Chanukah,
is celebrated by those of the Jew-
ish faith, for the week beginning
Sunday at sundown and contin-
uing through Dec. 31 at sundown.
Religious services will be con-
ducted each evening at 7:30 at
the USO-JWB Armed Forces
Service Center In Balboa, by Rab-
bi Nathan Wltkln Field Director,
National Jewish Welfare Board.
Rabbi Wltkln will also conduct
Chanukah services during the
week at the various military in-
stallations on both the Atlantic
and Pacific sides of the Isthmus.
The Feast of Lights commem-
orates the heroic efforts of Mat-
tathls and his five sons who
fought the tyranny of Syria and
achieved independence for Ju-
dea in the year 187 B.C.
Through their success in de-
stroying a tyrannical rule, the
Temple In Jerusalem was cleans-
ed and rededlcated. The ceremo-
nies which lasted eight days were
accompanied by songs and the
lighting of lamps.
During the ceremony lt was
discovered that the only cruze of
holv oil available was sufficient
but for one day. yet by some mir-
acle lt burned for the full eight
days of the dedication ceremo-
nies. Thus, the origin of the
name "Feast of Lights."
DOUBLE TROU
FORT WORTH. Texas (UP)
Officer H. F. Reams made a
"double catch" while making a
drivers' license check at an In-
tersection. He ticketed one mot-
orist for using an expired license,
then arrested the man lor
drunken driving.
Legion Auxiliary
Presents Xmas
Program Monday
Italy Declares
Void Limitations
On Her Army's Sin
Monday at 6:30 p. m. a radio ROME, Dec. 21 (if')Italy,
program will be presented by with the blessing of tne United
the American Legion Auxiliary. States. Britain, France. Greece,
Guest Speaker on the program New Zealand, Nationalist China,
will be commander Leon Car- Holland and Belgium, lodar
?il5f?* ^American Legion De-! proclaimed null and void the
" sections of the 1047 peace trea-
ty limiting the size of her army,
neutralizing her frontiers, and
banning the production of ato-
mic weapons.
of Panama Canal
ADMIRAL LIBBY
TERMS SKIMPY
(Continued from Page 1)
quest for permission for Red
Cross representatives to visit the
camps.
International Red Cross repre-
sentatives have had free access
to Communist prisoners in camps
under United Nations control
since the earliest days of the Ko-
rean war.
Also at today's truce negotia-
tions, in another subcommittee,
the United Nations team made a
major concession by agreeing to
elve up all UN-held islands off
North Korean coastlines.
It is hoped this will bring a re-
turn Red concession, perhaps on
the key issue of troop rotation
during an armistice.
United Nations airmen report-
ed today that the Reds have be-
gun another major troop and
supply buildup In Korea.
United Nations planes attack-
ed at least 2.200 Red supply
trucks on North Korean roads
last night.
It is speculated the Reds may
be trying to get reinforcements
and supplies down from Man-
churia before an armistice agree-
ment freezes the size Of their
forces in North Korea.
Czechs Say Border
Violated 100 Times
By Espionage Fliers
PARIS. Dec. 21 (UP)Ose-
choslavakla charged in the
United Nations here todav that
Its borders have been "violated
more than 100 limes by espion-
age filers" like the four United
States airmen presently belnf
held in Hungary on similar
charges,
The charge was made by
Czech foreign Undersecretary
Gertrude Bekanlnova Carrtova,
,who has been rumored as mark-
ed for the next phase of the
current, Czceh purge.
She told the main Political
Committee of the United Na-
tions that the United States is
preparing for" a new world war
by sending traitors, spies, sabo-
teurs and terrorists from West-
ern Europe to undermine the
Communist regimes.
Mrs. Bekanlnova Carrtova
stronfljf supported Russia's pro-
posal that the United Nations
demand the repeal of the $100,-
000.000 fund authorized by the
United States Congress to help
Iron Curtain escapees, and or^
ganlze them into military units.
Russia had charged that this
fund constituted aggression, but
the Political Committee today
rejected this charge by 39 votes
to 5.
Mrs. Sekaninova Carrtova said
the $100.000,000 fund was clearly
aimed at setting up fifth col-
umns In Eaat European coun-
tries.
partment
Zone.
Person of the month Mrs.
Grace Culp chosen by Gamboa
Unit No. 6 will be presented
; on this program. Mrs. Culp was
selected for her .outstanding
work and contribution to child
welfare and community service.
Musical talent will be furnish-
ed by of Captain Chrlstlanson
singing Christmas songs and third time In Its 78-year career.
Miss Yolanda ptez with her'The kettle has a capacity of 227
accordion. gallons, two quarts, one pint and
'three gills.
BOSTON TEA PARTY STILL ON
B08TON (UP) A mammoth
kettle whlc hhas been spouting
steam above the entrance to a
Court street tea store since 187S
has been gold-leafed for the
AMERICA FINANCE CORPORATION
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS
., Notice is hereby given that a Special Meeting of
Shareholders of America Finance Corporation, a cor-
poration domiciled in the Republic of Panam, will be
held on Thursday the 27th day of December, 1951,
at ten o'clock in the morning in the offices located at
Avenida Norte No. 83, (Offices of Ca. Martinz) Pa-
nam City, Republic of Panam, for the purpose of
considering arid acting on a proposed lease of all the
real property, plant and equipment owned by Panam
Forest Products Corporation to United States Plywood
Corporation, approve the balance sheet as of Novem-
ber 30, 1951, and such other business as may pro-
perly be brought before the meeting.
Panam City, Panam.
December 17, 1951..
THE PRESIDENT
OOOO POt CHILDREN
Watch your children grow up full
of Ufe and energy See that your
men and women of tomorrow get
nourishing foods today! Nourish-
ing, delicious Cream of Wheat, u
easy to digest-you and your cnil-
dren will love it! Try. today.
IISTBaMSt Toana- eaaaai
gyomeone wu but
HAMILTON
Tae esa be re yoa're giving the finest when yon gir*
a Hamilton. For ealy Hamilton lira op to all the rtand-
ard of fine watchmaking. Taeted accuracy and lima-
adoring beauty have earned for Hamilton tke title,
"The Aristocrat of Watehe."

Oearorarl Agent tar Panama: IMA, I. A. '
^T 499, Pomonmi, a.r. ._,



^"PJtt^^T

FRIDAY. nFfEMBFR 11. W31
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAI.T NEWSPAPER
.
PAGE SETHI
Senator Wants RFC Politicians
Civil Servants
Supplanted By
WASHINGTON, Dec. 21 (UP)Sen. A. S. Mike|
Monroney (D.-Okla.) said today he will introduce
reform legislation *iext month to eliminate "political
influence" from the scandal-ridden Internal Revenue
Bureau and the RFC. i
His four-point bill also would cancel the federal
retirement benefits of any government Official con-
victed of a breach-of-trust crime such as bribery,
fcs\iH or conspiracy.
Dont Stick Together
Women Are Advised
Junior Auxiliary
Croup Presents
Radio Play Sunday
B08TON (U.P.)' A Boston;
University history professor says
women sre more Dowertul when i The Junior Auxiliary of Elbert
they act individually rather than S. Waid Unit No. 2. American
i as a group. Legion Auxiliary, will present a
Warren 8. Tryon believe* worn- radio' play over station HP5-K
en who organize into clubs and from 2 to 2:30 p.m. Sunday.
and
The
t a e
even checked and cleared
it own chairman. Rep. Cecil R.
King nue
The latter proviso is designed James W. Boykin
to close a legal loophole which James H. Morrison iD-La.i
first was spotlighted when Investigating ubcom m 1
former Rep. Andrew May (D-
Ky.) continued to draw a Con-
gressional pension wnile serv-
ing a prison term for bribery
Former Rep. J. Parnell Tho-
mas tR-W. J.>. who served a
jail sentence for payroll pad-
ding, also will be eligible for:
a Congressional pension when
he reaches the legal retirement
age.
Monroney disclosed his leg-
islative proposals as the
White House said there is still
no word on when President
Truman will announce his
own "drastic" measures for
cleaning up corruption in his
Administration.
Rumors have been rife in the
capital all week that Mr. Tru-
man soon will create a special
commission headed bv Federa!
Judge Thomas F. Murohy of I
New York to ferret out "wrong-
doers."
Monroney, co-author of thS|
famed Congressional Reform
ct of 1946, aimed his new len-
i'lative proposals directly at'
the two Federal agenoles which'
have figured in recent Investi-
gations of favoritism, fixing
an The bill, still in rpugh draft
form, would:
1 Make it a Federal crime
for any member of Congress to
intervene direcUy or indirectly
In a tax case.
House tax investigators have
received testimony about alleg-
ed interventions, hy Sen. Styles
Brtdees, R., N. H.. and Reps.
vice from the top down, with ment benefits
special rules to protect Its I ernment employe, from
employes from political In- grcssman down to clerk; who la
fluenee. Top bureau officials convicted of breach of trust.
now are political appointees. _.
3i Require the RFC to make' In such cases, the money ac-
public immediately all instances! tually contributed by the em-
of Congressional intervention i ploye toward the retirement
for or against RFC loan appllc- n
aUons.
Monroney said it is perfectly-
proper for a Congressman to go
to bat for a constructive RFC
loan in his district, and that;
he has often done so himself.
J political groups are defeating
from any i-.a,|rown purpose.
DOT SNAPS BACK
Mass, Female organizations of this
type serve only to put man on
their guard," he said.
Boat Built In Bedroom
Too Big: To Get Out
The play will be entitled
What. No Santa Claus?" or
"Mrs. Santa Claus Takes Over."
Participating will be Homer
McCarty.Mrs. Clara Nelson. Hen-
rietta Ferrl, Cecilia Alexaltis, Ju-
dy Griffon. Lucv Alexaltis. Fran-'
ces Holmelin. Ursula Alexaltis,
Ellen Bush and Sandra Aguirre.
HARLINGEN, Tex. (UP) Juan
Garcia decided to build himself] Announcer for the program
a little boat. .71 will be Mrs. Louise Griffon. In
From time to time he'bought 'charge of production and presen-
wood and carried It to his bed: utlon: Mrs IgaDe]ie Ajuirre.
CAMBRIDGE, maooi y*J.f.' i * rmwmi
When Dorothv Parker visited r00m Then he gradually stajteai Junior chairman Unit No. 2;
Publishing the fact*In such j 'vard a ^t.n i,^uctor^mg the piece, of wood toge-jM Holmehn. Radl0 Cnalrman,
^\^^'6o^J^^^^^^^^\ Presently his boat * com-1
mS?^ n^ition, for the r ^fore reading his or her book." P^"-
I SSftrn?tt rlther San the 'The w,ttv Ml Parker comment-1. e"
2?"0""1 Phm' rnnsHtnenfs ed: "T*11' interesting. But how,have to knock out part of the m accompanied by Miss Anna
I) Put the Internal Reve- good of theft constituents.^^ "^ Homer?" Ibedroom wail around the door in pne al t^e i&R0'
, Musical selections will be pre-
Then he discovered he would, sented by Miss Rita Howard sing-
mi uie internal neve- lKuuu "'.'.. i,j.i.. rlid von work It with Homer?" iDOOroom wall around me
Bureau under Chrtl Ser- 4) Cut off Federal retire- aa yu worn a wicn Homer/ order to get his boat out.
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New Years Eve Steel Strike
Begins To Appear Certainty
o
Chino- hiirlrilerf orlf ton .t.i i_ Per on. Said as wafd
Segregated Schools
$278,550 Nearer
Equality In S.C.
COLUMBIA, S. C. Dec. 21
(UP) The Summerton school
district of Clarendon County
today told a three Judge Feder-
al court at Charleston It has
received funds totaling $278,5d0
and nine new school buses to-
equalization of Negro
schools in the county.
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COLON 20
mem-
Ching huddled with top JUato- f S^the ^nti^ M
dustry and union officials today! rnediati^ rnnfPr/no Vr."^0"""
in an apparently foredoomed at- Kg!,"ttSBSSS?^3S3L\
tempt Jo head ol a New Years. gS ? P*" inevlta- The aMet fHed six.
Day stpel. strike that could dls-1 Government and Indiutrv months "progress report1" us
rupt the defense program rl-; spoll^Sn 1S5vate^ agred ^ ordered by tne spec1"' three"
Ching, who met separatelyJudge court ln lts Plnion last
with the two parties, said only sutnmer upholding segregation
that "we are trying, if possible, to ln Clarendon County's public
find out if there Is an area of schools,
agreement, before the strike1 ....
deadline. The court, in upholding seg-
Murray served notice that his regatlon in a two-to-one deci-j
union is standing pat on its de- slon. ruled Negro schools In
manda for an 18V2-cents hourly' schools in Clarendon County i
wage increase and other contract were not equal to white schools
benefits. and ordered the county to take
__. _!_. ... I steps toward equalization and
John A. Stephens, chief nego-; report back in six months,
tiator for the VS. Steel Corp.,' in the report, the school dis-
reported on fruitless negotiations trict told the court construc-
m Pittsburgh before Cuing step- tion of a new Negro school at
ped in to bring the talks here Scott's Branch is underway and
under government auspices !the building should be ready
hing ??& ?.ephens dld ""'for use by the fall of 1952. The
indicate that the industry had building is being built at a cost
number of district 22 Negro
parents backed by the Nation-
al Association for the Advance-
ment of Colored People.
They have appealed the
three-judge Charleston court's
ruling directly to the U. 8. Su-
preme Court. But the high
court has not yet acted on the
appeal.
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i made any wa
! ion in the
lng sessions.
offer to the un-
bargaln-
Plttsburgh
of $261,000.
The remainder of the $278,500
schools, $4,-
In architects'
this
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1 iicrSE iPSArSffi' Son un^eHhe'n^schTol
onorrUr stabunter Cn Putnam! imP">vnent program, h as
ment will not grant price relief; Nne8roelemenUry
to cover any steel wage hikes. ?00 and $13,050
The Federal Mediation Bervice Ie"/ .,
has no powe rto grant or even Tne enfral assembly
recommend changes in wage- year Passed a three per. cent
price ceilings, and Ching said the!fales tax and a $75.000.000 bond
key question of raising steel issue to finance the school lm-
prices was not even discussed to-! provement program,
day. i The suit was brought by a
Observers speculated that
Ching plans to keep Murray and!die East pact would tamper.
the industry negotiators in ses- with the "Inalienable rights" oft
sion at least until this week end the Middle Eastern countries'
in the hopes of defining and nar- j "to conduct their own indepen-j
rieasc set is a problem for rowing-down the issues in dls-'dent national policy free from
ts a reader.'"When the'pute as much as possible. !any kind of external pressure."!
vry cleverbut we; Then Ching Is expected to drop, The U. S. part of the four-1
what to say about, the whole problem into the vlap way reply said it is Soviet
weaJt-minded or|of, President Truman Who In warnings against participation
1 22i5!2SSt .u turn may defer It to the Wage in the Middle East command
West opened the Jack of stabilization Board,
hearts and dummy won with the
ace. Declarer then Immediately
returned the four of hearts from
the dummy.
"South saw that he was bound! f|.._-!_ M- Ci.^J
O lose a trie', n each suit if the KUSS 3 1185 lirCCI
king of spades happened to beinM,J" m* ,v,,
behind him. This play in the!
heart suit w:is an attempt to
avoid the loss cf a trick there.
sc-comoanvinff honri w iS5Sh I The United States joined
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accompanying hand was played,
ner led from jack-ten-deuce or
from jack-deuce? In either case
the opening lead would have
been the jack. If his partner had
the ten of hearts, it was up to
East to play low; but if South
had the ten of hearts, it was up
to East to play the king.
"East finally decided to plav a
,low heart, ana South won the
|i trick with the ten. Of course
1 South 'drew trumps hastily after
that, and made his contract with
ease.
"Was there any way for East
i to know what was going onor
v/as he just urlucky?"
East couldn't be su.re of what
i was going on. but he should have
played the kna of hearts any-
!way. Suppose South ruffs the
king of heartswhat difference
does it make' South cannot get
to dummy to eet a discard on
the queen of hearts, for East has
the ace of diamonds and the ace
of clubs.
East can surely take the first
r'iamond and cash the ace of
clubs. If We3t has the king of
clubs, East can lead a second
club to make sure of that trick.
In short, the defenders can sure-
ty get the tricks that are com-
ing to them 'clubs even if East puts up the
| king of hearts and has it ruffed
away.
Playing the king of hearts
couldn't cost anything. Failure
10 play it, as East found out, cost
the rubber.
yesterday in accusing Russia of
trying to torpedo the proposed
Middle Eastern Defense Com-i
man with "threats" and "pres-
sures" against Middle Eastern1
countries.
The four nations sent notes*'
to the Soviet Foreign Office, |
rejecting as "utterly without
foundation" a Russian charge
that the Middle East command
would be aggressive.
They said it is Russia, not]
the Western powers, that is
interferring in the internal 1f-1
fairs of Egypt, Syria. Lebanon,
Iran, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Is-
rael and Transjordan.
Secretary of State Dean Ache-
son told a news conference he
still hopes Egypt will reconsid-
er its rejection of the Middle
East command nroposal. Ache-
son said it Is obvious that the
situation in the strategic area
has deteriorated seriously In
recent months, particularly ln
Egypt and Iran.
On another issue, the Secret-
ary of state dismissed as a fab-
rication Russian charges that
UB. trained spies were para-
chuted into southwest Russia
by an an American plane.
Acheson said such false
charges are part of the Com-
munist propaganda campaign
to frighten their peoples Into
considering the West hostile.
Russia protested In a Nov.
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Alaska Fliers Take Training
For Survival In The Arctic
Way Found To Make
Frozen Peas Better
GeSNKVA. N. Y. (UP) The
haylike flavor in froten peas is
due to fatty substances turn-
ing rancid In storage, accord-1
ANCHORAGE, Alaska, Dec. 31 lily an airplane will co-operate In big to food scientists at the
|(UP) The Alaskan Air Com- keeping alive until help arrives. state experiment station here.
Imand's 10th air rescue squadron Capt. W. N. Wilson, loth Res-, To prevent the taste, they
has begun an Intensive, winter-, cue intelligence officer, said each recommend that the peas be
Bong survival training program'crew will spend three days and i blanched In boiling water for
Include a simulated crash two nights In field during tne slxty Mcondg before packaging
landing on the vast Arctic ice
pack.
Members of 10th Rescue know
better than most airmen the
exercise, except for the ice-pack
landing, which will be an over-
night mission.
differences In
hazards of survival In the north., ably the Whest. Wilson said.
That would be expected from an I "A plans 111 land toe crew at a
outfit whose routine chores range' strip up" norto of l^lrbanks and
from hustling expectant mothers, they'll hike Into where they will
out of the wilderness to a hoapl- make camp,
tal or to flying endless hours In! That crew will go to work
search for missing aircraft. bu"linAc ^""8tr?I &
However. 10th Rescue officers i P">t*ct them from the nunUng
feel that crews that are cajled aaU and 70 mphi winds. No wood
on to fly missions over the track- *i" *> ava a,b>' * buUdtag.
less Alaskan wastes never acquire. The wind would just blow it over
too much of the We-or-death I anyway Wl^ said .
knowledge It takes to keep alive If you stand out In that wind
If a plane makes a forced lahd-
and storage to remore the of-
fending material.
Neither blanched nor ray
any significant
sugars and
starches even after five years
storage, but unblanched peas
showed a considerable loss of
carotene and chlorophyll.
ing.
Members of 10th
the "dry cold"
Sandlotters Get OK
On Broken Windows
MOKE88IN. Pa., Dee. rUP>
for "five minutes you'll have a ' A glass dealer In this west-
two-inch layer of Ice Inside you; ern Pennsylvania town Is plav-
clothes," he said. "The wind pul-! Ing benefactor to vacant lot
1UM. Rescue's verte* the snow, making your' athletes.
flights at Anchorage Fairbanks lotto, stiff at****** Ucel a.. A. Augustine said he will
and Adak will be put through ^^Ur^iiti3 flg !1 wln,dows br?ke" *>*
footballs
West-
and
"ffea^farthS I ralios,- and "taSV off the"uA\ Ontne Counties
J5^f..JIiitn>day. All the Ms have to do U
Kir^Zir wnd? hit 7o; The "wet cold" exercise will be; call," Augustine said, "and I'll
mil? ho^rrHftaUvaur held along Ship Cheek In the replace the broken window."
Wval on the tree^ oani Chugach Mountains U miles & thinks the youthful att-
sVrtin - 2nV sToaning nQrth Qf Anchorage Equipped letes should not have to worry
Perinnne? will take the train-! wlth nowshoes. sun glasses. 70- about replacing the broken
The three-phased survival; N9W Slant On LlYMIg
i training will be a continuing
'program during the winter and ROANOKS RAPID8, N.C., Dec.
I will end next sprlngr Wilson said. (UP)The South Rosemary Me-
thodist Church here started a
I sBBBMBMSssssssassssssssaBissssi revival movement In the county
prison camp among M hardened,
long-term felons.
Since then, 70 of the prisoners
have been converted, according
to the state prison's director, P.
Anderson. The converted prison-
ers are trying to convert the oth-
er 16.
"The behavior of th onUre
camp has changed," Anderson
3ald. "It doesn't even have the
atmosphere of a prison camp
anymore. The guards tell me
their attitude toward work and
discipline Is entirely different.
They are doing work without
grousing."
Entebbe Arfield
Cuts Travel Time
In 'Dark' Africa
PANAMA AMERICAN
WASHINGTON, D. C. Dec. -*'
The new British airfield recent-
ly opened at Entebbe. Uganda.
Is Africa's largest, with runwav,
two miles long capable of hand-
ling the latest jet planes.
Built 250 miles south of the.
southern border of the Anglo- [
Egyptian Sudan, the field oc-
cupies a strategically Important
position between the Middle East
and South Africa, says the Na-
tional Geographic Society.
It has the advantage of year-
around good weather. Entebbe,
capital, of the British Uganda
Protectorate, nestles on the north
shore of Lake- Victoria, where
seaplanes also can land. .#% |
Reports from the capital say
Uganda's nearly five million
tribesmen have taken the arrival'
of the jet.aga.la stride. Early'
missionaries coQsMtMd these A-
frlrans the most advanced of the
entirs seal ral ssstt el the eoa
tinent. They quickly learned to
cultivate cotton"-^ now Uganda's
most valuable cash crop. Tea,
rubber and coffee plantations
are profitable.
Modern methods and transpor-
tation have altered customs for
many native families. They now
live In -rectangular stone and
wood homes, rather than in rude
beehive thatch dwellings. City
men wear European clothing
Instead of bark cloth and an-
imal skins. The women are in-
clined to cling to brilliantly col-
ored native dress, and in the far
interior, to old style brief cover-
ing.
Along with the jet age. Infla-
tion and price control have pen-
etrated even the remote jungles.
The local government was fore-!
ed to do something when the;
price of brides rose sky high. The
price Is now "frozen" at five head,
of cattle, five goats, and the
equivalent of 92.80 In cash, perl
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FORMAL DINNER GIVEN BY COMMANDING
OFFICER COCO SOLO NAVAL STATION
The Cununaudine Offiier of ine Coco Solo Naval Station,
Captain L. L. Koepke and Mrs. Koepke entertained with a
formal dinner party at their quarters on the Station Wed-
nesday evening.
The Christmas flower, pionsettia. with red exoria and
manning tapers, were used to decorate the residence and
centered the dinner table, ('overs were laid /or thirty-two
guests.
9:00 p.m. The club has been
beautifully decorated with sea-
sonal colors and trimmings for
the occasion.
Mr. and Mrs. Seal Introduced
at Cocktail Party
Commander and Mrs. W W.
Bemis. of*' ho Coco Solo Naval
Station, S.uroduced their house
guests. Mr Bcmls'parenus Mr.
and Sirs Otho Hanson Seal, to
their friends at a rockiail party
Wei'!k sda\ evening
Prizes for the evening were won
by Mrs. Aftredilh Brown and
Mrs. Betty O'Rourke
Gatun Christmas Party
The annual Christmas party
will be held at the Qatun Play-
shed Saturday evening Decem-
ber 22 at 6:30 p.m. All Gatun
children, up to and including the
sixth grade, are cordially invited
to attend with their parents.
A short program will be pre-
sented and Santa Clang will be
there in person to present the
gifts.
VP-43 Card Partv
The ladies of VP-45 of the Co- --------
co Solo Naval Station me: at the
home of Mrs. W. G. Holtzclaw ,ubPac!t \
Wednesday for an afternoon of HfLs, Christmas Meeting
Tip -niUnen nf f~l, L
The residence was decora tec! cards. Mrs. H. R. Hitchcock was The members
ir tlv Christmas season with a co-hostess for the occasion. Margarita, met
rce Chris mm tree and the s;:i- Prizes jor canasta were won by R m at lne
innl ,-n'n--- ire rsniiolarf '.. lio VTrS VI I 1 lllnhnn .|H .li-c D .Hl'aduatlOn Ce
for
lire. ,
sonal rolon v ere repeated ki the Mrs M. L. Lilleboe and Mrs. R.
red ca-natlons and taners which W. While. The bridge prizes went
wprc uc;d i-i bras: holders
The friends who celled during
the ev.Mil.--. were: Commander
and Mrs. P. i. palay. Comman-
IN and Mrs. P V.\ Clark, Coi:i-
manderrnd M" . \V. D Kin?,
Commander ::hI M-s Davis Hen-
der.-wi. I.I. Co ^mrrder rnd Mrs.
T. L. Ao'lcauis Mr Fred G.
Aoplcoui'f. It. Commander rnd
Mrs. n n Kunkle. 11 Co n-
manclfr and Mrs A P Ander-
son. L' Commander and Mrs. J.
F. Crlder. i.t commander an I
Mrs. W. W. Stevens. I.t. Com-
mander mid Mrs Rav K Gr1'-
fln. Lt. Commander and Mrs. H.
E. Schmidt, I t Commander and
Mrs. v a. Schweitzer. Lt. and
Mrs. W. L. Hall. Lt. and Mrs
ML Lcahv. Lt. and Mrs Fred
Wroblc and Mr. Sam Jhan?.imal.
Christmas Tea at Fort Glllick
A Christmas Tea was clven bv
the N.C O Wives Club at their
rlubroom Wednesday afternoon
with Mrs Virgil Luckv as ehair-
. to Mrs. A. P. Andersen and Mrs.
A. L. Jansen.
The other ladies plaving were:
Mrs. w. W. Bemis. Mrs. O. H.
Seal. Mrs FA. BoncKamp. Mrs.
J. F. Crider. Mrs. G. W. Ditt-
manti. Mrs. R. O. Co.nick. Mrs.
,R. J. Netro, Mrs. E M. Stein.
Mrs w W. Stevens. Mrs. V. A.
Schwcilzer. Mrs. J. C. Novak.
Mrs LA. Snead. Mrs. Robert
Kunkle, Mrs. J. p. Barlow. Mrs.
H. E Schmidt. Mrs. H. J.
Thornton. Mrs. R K. Giffin.
Mrs. CO. Robins. Mrs. E. W.
Scot:. Mrr. Gibbs, Mrs. L. B.
Bos.on. M.s J. D Rives. Mrs.
J. R. Wolfereberger and Mrs.
Gary McKay.
Sirs. II.-.lc Visiting
(hildren on Isthmus
Mrs. Philip A. H.''e of Wash-
The members of Cub Pack 1. of
Wednesday at 6:,
the Cub Shack. A
graduation ceremony was held
for Terry Will ford and Roy
Hearne. who are going into
scouting. Mrs. Roy Hearne, Sr.,
who has been serving as Den
Mother also graduated from Cub-
bing.
The boys distributed gifts to
their parents, which they had
made, while the group sang
Christmas Carols.
Following the meeting f h e
toup sang Carols .throughout
the town of Margarita, ending at
the clubhouse for refreshments.
Chicago To Newark
Flight Finishes
On Canadian Farm
CCBOURG, Ont, Dec. 21
(UP) The Pilot of a chart-
ered plane flying from Chicago
to Newark, N. J., got lost In a
snowstorm over Lake Ontario
today, but crash-landed the
transport on a Canadian farm
without Injury to the 80 per-
sons aboard. '-,
Pilot Bruce Smelser," of Bur-
bank. Cal., made a wheels-up
"belly" landing on a snow-cov-
ered field less than a mile from
Cobourg, 65 miles east of To-
I ronto, when the Commando's
I iuel ran low and one of Its
1 two engines "conked out."
Damage to the plane was
confined to Its under surface.
The -plane Is owned by Feder-
ated Airlines, of Newark, an af-
1 filate of North Continent Air-
lines.
Bass Refuse To Bite
But Racoon Does
CHARLESTON. W. V., Dec.
I UP) A fisherman casting in
. the south branch of the Potomac
i River got the surprise of his life,
i the State Conservation Commis-
j slon said.
After a long cast for bass, he
j felt a heave on his line. The
I fisherman had visions of a giant
bass.
What he got, the commission
said, was a bedraggled raccoon
which had been feeding on the
1 opposite bank, got caught by the
hook and hauled through the
river.
HONESTY PATS
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (UP)
A young motorist turned himself
In for speeding, explaining that
he was driving behind another
man who was ticketed and was
going almost as fast. "We con-
gratulated him on being so con-
scientious and sent him on his
way." an officer said. "He was
cold sober."
got lost," Smelser
It had been chartered for a
flight from Burbank. Cal., to
Newark by Major Air Coach,
Inc., of Burbank, which handles
Federated* Chicago business.
Aboard were 42 adult and
five children passengers and
three crew members.
The plane stopped at Chic-
ago last night and took off
for Newark at 2:45 a.m.
T had radio trouble and I
eventually
said.
"Finally, when I had about
110 minutes of gas left I got
through by radio to Rochester,
W. Y., at daybreak.
"They told me to turn back
there, but I knew I didn't have
enough gas for that. I was get-
ting scared."
Smelser said he saw the lake
shoreline through a break in
the clouds.
"When I saw a town I decid-
ed to stay close because I knew
I would have to. come down and
I wanted to be. close to medical
attention.
"I circled a bit and then
came in for the landing. We
hit a fence on the way down
but we came In all right."
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s in charge of the table ap- Gatun Locks and has a wide eir- at the Library follows:
cle of friends on both sides of the '
Isthmus.
point men ts.
Mrs. Lucky was the aeeomoin-
1st for the groun singing of Car-
ols, after which the ladies ex-
changed sifts.
Plans were made for the In-
Libraries How to catalog a
rare book. Dunkin.
Steel Steel serves the na-
tion. Fisher.
Fine arts and
Candid wedding
recreation
photography,
Travel. Biographv and History
Panama guidebook. 1952. Gra- |
ham: Fabulous Freddie and the ,
Niall;
Mr. day Thomas
Arrives for Holiilays
..........-~- .. ...v ... Mrs. G. Gay Thomas. Jr.. who
stallation of the club officers on was due to arrive last night from
January 5. New Orleans for a visit with Lt. canaia weaaing pnocograpny,
The member'; present were: Thomas" parents. Mr. and Mrs.. Lefebvre: Color In home decora-
Mrs Melville Harte. Mrs. Jesse G. G. Thomas.. Sr.. of Gatun. tions. Brown; Magic as a hobby, I
A. Eripsp. Mrs Cecilia Berord. has failed to reach the Isthmus Elliott.
Mrs. Harry Colbert. Mrs. David on schedule.
Fogle. Mrs Robert Mossman. i -------
Mrs. Paul Souey, Mrs. Mike Kin- Brownies Celebrate
nick. Mrs Mary Col'e. Mrs Al- Christmas Season imum rauuiuua ncuuie i
bert Brush. Mrs. John Cousins.: The Brownies of Troop 32. of I saints and sinners. Green; Pierre
Mrs. Austin Tulln. Mrs. Arthur New Cristobal made a trip Mon- I Vergniaud, Bowers; Heraldry,
Crumley. Mrs. Millard Mundow-jday to the Home for the Aged at Boutell.
ski. Mrs Robert Moore. Mrs. G. \Puerto Pilon and carried a gift of
E. Smith. Mrs. G A. Marsh, cotton blankets and candies for Fiction The deluge.
Mrs. Jose Melendez. Mrs Edna Christmas gifts. Thev entertain- Storm center. Standlsh; The
Mandens and Mrs. William Carl- ed the inmates of the home with Wanderer, Waltari;
son. the singing of Christmas Carols.
Tuesday the group met at the Children's Non-fiction Peo-
Cristobal Rebekah Lodge home of their leader. Mrs. John Ple are important, Evans: Chris-
Elects Officers Seaman, for their regular meet- ,0Pher Columbus and his bro-
Cristobal Rebekah Lodge No. 2 ins and Christmas parly thers, Hogeboom.
held their regular meeting and Troop 36 al;:o attended the par-
initiat ion Wednesday evening at tv and presented an original pup- Children's fiction The Ghost
the Cristobal Masonic Temple, pet show, under the direction of Hollow mystery. Carter; Treasure
Part of the business of the even- Mrs. William Chite. Marvel Da- on lne Johnny Smoker, Comfort;
ing was the election of officers vison played a violin accompaii- Sar>dy's spurs. Davis; Daniel In
for the coming year. iment for the singing of Christ- the CuD Scout den. Kohler; Mys-
The new officers will be: Noble mas Carols. tery at Boulder Point. Jewett;.
Grand. Mrs. Maude Lawrence: Gifts were exchanged bv the Stripe, the story of a chipmunk,'
vice grand. Mrs. I.orey Wray: girls and refreshments were McClung; Dig for a treasure,.
" served. Marshall; The Invisible island.
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Dinner Dance at Fort Davis Goose. Hader. Berta and Elmer;
A gala informal dinner dance" Tne mystery of the gulls, Whit-
will be held at the Fort Davis Of- ne-v-
fleers Club Saturday evening
secretary, Mrs. Betty 'Rourke:
treasurer, Mrs. Helen Stem and
trustee for three years. Mrs. Em-
ma Estes.
A Christmas social was held
following the meeting in the
banquet hall. The long refresh- wilri'mu'sic^iurnish'ed" "by theAI-
ment table had plastic trees at brook 7
either end connected with lighted Reservations are being made
tapers and a clever Swedish for dinner which will be served at
Christmas scene. 7:00 p.m. Dancing will start at
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Air-rondi.ion. The Prince Who Was A Thief
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THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Balboa Heights, C.Z.
SUNDAY, December 23, 1951
10:45"HOW FAR ARE YOU FROM BETHLEHEM?"
Junior Choir and Sermon
8r. Choir "NO CANDLE WAS THERE"
7:30"THE MUSIC OF CHRISTMAS"
CHRISTMAS CONCERT by Senior Choir.
Mr. Howard Jones directing.
Choir Soloists Congregational participation.
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AMBASSADOR AND MRS. WILEY
TO ENTERTAIN WITH "OPEN HOUSE"
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The Ambassador ! the United State* to Jmama and
Mrs. John Cooper Wiley wlU enterUln with mn "open houte
on Chriatmas E-e mt elrht o'clock at the Residence on La
Cresta for members of the staff at the Embassy.
Ing the holidays with her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John T. Fo-
garty; and Mr. Robert Johnson,
who Is in his senior year at Syra-
Concresaional Party Sails Today
After a short yialt on the Isth-
I mus, the Honorable and Mrs.
Morris Cotton and the Honora-
I ble and Mrs. cltrence Cannon
sailed this morning aboard the
8.8, Ancon for New York.
cuse University and la spending
the holiday season with his par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Welton E.
Johnson of Las Cumbres.
Mrs. Newcomer To be
Boatess for Tea
The wife of the Governor of
the Panama Canal. Mrs. Francis
K. Newcomer, will entertain with
a tea on Thursday from four to
six o'clock at the Governor's
House to be given in honor of
the members of the Balboa Wom-
an's Club.
week from the United States en
route to Barranqullla, Colombia,
where they will spend the Christ-
mas holiday with their son and
daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Preston, Jr.
The Prestons plan to return to
the Isthmus in January to visit
for several weeks with their sons-
in-law and daughters. Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Rogan and Mr. and
Mrs. James C. Wood.
Mrs. Smith and Son Return
Mrs. Charles E. Smith, of El
Cangrejo, accompanied by her
son, Bruce Smith, a student at
Oakrldge Military Academy,
North Carolina, returned by
plane recently. Mrs. Smith has
been visiting for several weeks
in San Gabriel, California with
Counselor and Mrs. Wise
to Entertain Staff
The Counselor of the United . ~-.. ----., ----- --
States Embassy and Mrs. Murray her parents. Mr. and Mrs Chas.
M Wise will entertain the Em-,L. Persons. Her son will spend
bassy staff at a Christmas party the Christmas holidays on the
to be held Dec. 24 at twelve thir- Isthmus with his parents.
ty o'clock In the Chancery.
Former Residents
Arrive for Holidays
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence M. An-
derson, of Virginia, are expected
to arrive today to spend the
Christmas holidays with their
Mr.
Swedish Consul
Decorated by King
The Consul General for Swe-
den in Panama, Carl Axel Jan-
aen, was decorated recently by.------.__.
the Minister Of Sweden to Cen-sons-in-law and daughters
tral America Brynolf Eng, for the and Mrs. Phillip Hale of Diablo
King of Sweden with the medal,Heights and Mr. and Mrs. H.
of Gustav Vaasa in recognition of Ray Evans, of Pedro Miguel.
The Andersons were former re-
sidents of Colon and Panama.
. Mr. Anderson was io/m"1?
the olid gold medal was held in manager of the National city
the Bella Vista home of Consul Bank of New Yofk in Panama.
Jansen.
Bright* Change Residence
Mr. and Mrs. William James
Bright. Jr., have changed their
residence to No. 870 Curundu
Heights, phone 83-3148, where
they are now at home to their
friends.
Make Traditions
Flavor Your Dinner
BY GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor
There is a lot more to Christ-
mas dinner than baked ham or
roast turkey. There is also tradi-
tionthe warm, nostalgic Christ-
mas traditions you grew up in,
according to Beth Bailey McLean.
One of the country's outstand-
rn ghome-makers and business
women, mother of two grown
children, distinguished hostess
and director of Swift c Co.'s
home economics laboratories,
Mrs. McLean admits that most
of us today like to think of our-
selves as very sophisticated. "But
around Christmas time, we all
eet nostalgic and dream back to
will for that day be made part of | But on Christmas Day there is no
the family. Christmas is a faml- party, no guestsjust family and
ly affair. It is not a party. There family Warmth for everyone In
are no guests, Juat family. your home." she insists.
"If you want to give a party, I Mrs. McLean's Christmas cran-
have it on Christmas eve. Trim berries are famous all over the
the tree, have fruit cake and bev- middle west. This is her recipe,
erages for guests who drop in. For four cups of cranberries
use two cups sugar. Do not add uncover and let cook in their owa
any water except the water left
on the berries from washing. Mix
berries and sugar carefully in a
saucepan. Cover and cook over
lowest fire.
When the berries begin to pop.
Juice about 10 minutes. Turn off
heat. Let stand in the saucepan
until they get a sparkling look.
Then pour into your grandmo-
ther's old cut glass bowl.
Rotarlans to Have
Christmas Party *
The Panama Rotary Club will ...
hoi da Hard Times Christian i those white Chrlstmases we used
Dinner Dance on Saturday at to love at grandmother's," she
seven thirty o'clock at the Pana- adds,
ma Golf Club. There will be priz-1
es for the best costumes, Christ-: Nearing a youthful sixty, she
mas gifts for all Rotarlans as had just returned an hour earlier
well as favors and fun for all from a gruelling business trip
guests. Music for dancing will be i when we lunched with her in
provided by Azcarraga's Orches- Chicago. She was smartly groom-
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Theater Guild
Christmas Party Tonight
The Theater Guild will hold Its
Christmas party for members -----
and their guests this evening at ner. she would walk .
seven o'clock In the Guild Work- vast table on an Inspection tour.
shop on Diablo Heights. ered with some kind of food, she
ed. untired and vital. "My grand-
mother's Christmas dinners were
overpowering. All the family
from all parts of the surrounding
country were there.
"Just before calling us to din-
round the
Open House
for Day Nursery Tomorrow
would hurry to the pantry and
cover that bare spot with another
his services for Sweden.
The presentation ceremony of
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Tea and Card Party
Honors Mrs. Bardi
The wife of the Attache to the
Mr. Fierro Joins Wife Hero
Mr. Oscar Fierro of Buenos
Aires, arrived recently by plane
on the Isthmus- to join Mrs
Argentine Embassy in Panama,Fierro and to spend the holidays
Mrs Federico Pedro Bardi, was with her parents. Dr. and Mrs,
honored Wednesday afternoon: Jaime de la Guardia of Bella Vis-
wlth a tea and card party given | to-
by a group of her friends at the
The Inter-American Women's i ar of pickles or some other re_
Club will sponsor an open house lish. Today, we don t like such
for the Dav Nursery (Guardera enormous meals And none of us
Infantil) n West 28th Street, likes so much work. But we do
Barraza Field, tomorrow from love the old tradition of the warm
two thirty until six o'clock. All family Christmas." she explained.
IAWC members and the public in There was always a ham for
general are Invited. Christmas in her home. "So we
-------- always have a ham. Of course
Hotel Tlvoll Planning there will be candied sweet pota-
Christmas Dinner I toes, cranberries, an easy to pre-
Reservations may now be made, pare green vegetable, a salad and
for Christmas dinner at the Hd- -< very simple dessert." she added,
tel Tlvoll by calling Balboa 2111. '"Any friends who come to dinner
Hotel El Panama prior to her de-
parture In the near future for
Buenos Aires.
Salvadorean Minister
Returns to Panama
The Minister of El Salvador to
Panama. Colonel Joaqun Valdes.
returned by plane recently from
a short visit to San Salvador.
French Minister and Wfie
Chang* Residence
The Minister of France to Pa-
nama and Mrs. Guy Menant
have changed their residence to
Avenida Manuel Jose Hurtado La
Cr*ta, arftT are now at hfJme
there to their friends.
[ore ttm Maryland
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Students to Arrive
Monday for Holidays
Miss Elaine" Lombard and Dick
Lombard, her brother, will arrive
Monday from New York aboard
the S.S. Panama to spend the
Christmas holidays with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene C.
Lombard of Balboa Heights.
MLss Lombard is In her senior,
year at Mt. Holyoke in South
Hadley. Massachusetts and Mr.
Lombard Is In his senior year at
the Law School of Harvard.
reside
Duques Have Visitor
Mr. and Mr. Jose Gabriel Du-
que of La Cresta Heights. have
as their hftuse guest during the
Christmas holidays. Mrs. Duque's
mother. Mn. Nellie McNamara,
, i of Washington, D. C., who arrlv-
1*** th*,IsBuru*4**-Pu8dav of
J, farmer Ca-
arrlved- laat
JtHJH MILIEU Says
fifti
It 1* a fairly well-established
.fact that the middle-aged Amer-
ican housewife is often frustrat-
ed and unhappy.
Everybody has a remedy for
her. too. The cosmetic ads try to
beguile her into thinking if she
uses this cream or that beauty
aoap she will took like the beau-
tiful young model who dresses up
th* printed advertisement.
The women's magazines and
aoap operas offer her escape Into
foolish stories about women her
age who have men fighting for
their love.
The advice-glvers tell her how
Important it is for her to hold
onto her husband.
The smart-alecks tell her there
Is nothing wrong with her that
doing her washing on a scrubbing
board wouldn't cure.
Nobody bothers to talk to the
only .parson in the world who
can hWp the mlddle-kged house-
wife feel Important, necessary,
successful and cherished.
And that, of course, is her mld-
dle-aged husband. He ought not
to have to be told. For after all,
he is feeling a bit frustrated, too,
with his hair-line receding, his
waistline Increasing, and bright
young men having more and
more say Jn the office.
But usually he doesn't realize
that he and his wife are both
facing a period when they need
each other's encouragement and
support as much aa they over
seeded It In their young maTrled
days. So he decides his wife's un-
happlness is all nonsense, refuses
to let her talk her problems out
and tries to build up his own
faltering ego with making more
money, getting away for more
frequent hunting trips with the
boys, or turning into a middle-
aged Romeo.
Nobody points this out to the
middle-aged husband who Is the
only person who can help his un-
happy wife find herself.
If somebody only would, what
a different story it might be.
fire. Gets Return
Prom South America
Mrs. Ruth Gets, of Ancon. who
has been visiting former resi-
dents of Panama. Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Mortimer who are now
of Santiago. Chile, for the past
few weeks, returned to the Isth-
mus recently by plane.
Student* Home for Holidays
Recent arrivals on the Isthmus
are Miss Mary 8111. who is attend-
ing Wellealey College in Massa- ,
chusetts who arrived Sunday.
night by plane to spend the
Christmas holidays with her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred DeV
Sill: Miss Julalne Fogarty, Who Is
a student at Marymount In Tar-
rytown, New York, who is spend-
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LEGS of CHICKEN
Snow Crop
FROZEN CHICKENS
.__ Just Arrived
CAMEMBERT CHEESE
Fresh Crisp Lettuce
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Our Store will be open
ALL DAY
Monday 24th of Dec.
Just unpacked great assortment of
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"
FRIDAY, DECEMBEB 21, 1M|
Illinois, California Bar Joe Louis From Fighting
Other States To Allow Races
Ex-Champ To Take Exam Tomorrow
By United Press
NEW YORK, Dec. 21Two state athletic com-
missions have voiced their opinions on whether for-
mer Heavyweight Champion Joe Louis should retire.
The Illinois Commission banned Louis from
fighting in Illinois because he is too old, and Califor-
nia followed suit Wednesday. Now Chairman George
Jopes of the Pennsylvania Commission has his say.
And, the usually mild-mannered Jones angrily sug-
gests the other commissions let Louis make up his
own mind. Jones doesn't like the idea of a commis-
sion barring Louis even before he applies for a
license.
1st Race "F-2" Natlres 7 Fgs.
Pune: $275.00Pool Closes 12:45
First Race of the Doubles
1Brochaclto C. Ycaza 112
2Cacique Jos Rodriguez 112
3Exlto
4Vlllarreal
College Basketball
Results
/
(Wednesday Night)
EAST
Columbia 47, Fordham 46
Army 66, Ithaca 50
O. Ramos 109x Seton Hall 83, Baldwin-Wallace
J. Avila 120 57
Ga. Tchrs 94, Camp Gordon (Au-
gusta) 78
MIDWEST
Tulsa 60, Missouri 58
Okla. AIM 58. Sou. California 47
( i urina ti 71, William and Mary
5Sincero J. Samanlego 120 Westminster (Pa.) 66, Carnegie' 61
6El Mano A. Mena 120 | jech. 65 Washington 58. St. Louis 53
7Mona Lisa J. Bravo 120 Penn 55, Pitt 52 Western Mich. 73, Loyola (Chgo)
8-La Prensa K. Flores HI |St. Joseph's (Pa.) 5t, LaFavette 42 66
M .. .,, _, IPhila Pharmacy 105, Glassboro Central Michigan 60, West. State
Natives6V4 Fgs. Tchrs 67
Chet Nichols Equals Turner's
Feat-ERA Winner As Rookie
54
2nd Race 'F-l
tlSmSS^X(B^^i^'j^m "' O*-!.,Pittsburgh (K.s.) Central (Mo.)
Don Joaqun V. Castillo 115 *nd E,k,ns M
1
2Domino
3Hercules
4Tap Girl
5Campesino
6El Indio
Viilanova 97, Mt.'St. Mary's 64 I Southeast Mo. 59, Westminister
Penn. Military 116, Rutgers of S. (Mo.) 46
Southwest Mo. 80, Mo. Valley 56
"The speaker," says Jones, "Is Oregon. Kahut says: "My big 7Mr. Espinosa M. Hurley 115
Invariably seeking cheap publici- chance is to land a hay-maker
P. Ordonez 120
C.Ruiz 115 7-
A Vaiaue? mx^gt (Pa.) 90,'seranttn 69
C. Ctfong 104X ** ****** DePauw 76. Denlson 56
Washburn 73, Peru (Neb.) 62
53 Mankatn 68. Emporia (Kas.) 66
W. Va. Wesleyan 5, Beckley i Baker (Kas.) 64, William Jewell
ty'attne'expese'ora fellow who because T canToutbox CharTeaV^^rd Race "I-2'Mmported7 Fi.1 59.. ,,. .-.> >.
has been a great champion. Box-! The Salem, Oregon, heavyweight' Purse: $375.00 Pool Close. 1:45 W. Va. Tech 70. Glenvllle (WVA) Wash. (St. L.) 67, Centenary 51
lng needs all the dignity it can thinks he can kayo Charles with
command." he says. "Blasts at a left hand.
One-Two
1Armeno F. Rose 117
2Athos o. Oraell 115
Elsewhere in boxing, welter- 3Mayordomo Jos Rodgz. 113
42, Illinois Navy
C. Ruiz 115
M. Hurley 115
Louis are in especially bad taste."
Jones says as far as Pennsyl-,
vania is concerned Louis will be weight contender Chico Vejar ofi*rrfi,Elelda
permitted to fight if he can pass Stamford, Connecticut, will meet;r,D.
the state examination. If Joe Enrique Bolaos In New York's 8Picon
can't pass the examination, says Marison Square Garden Jan. 4.
Jones, then the ex-champ has Vejar earned the bout with the,.,. _
enough good sense to know it's Los Angeles veteran with hisp .,..
time to retire. i one-sided decision over Carmine!runt- *^ Qmtofci? Z Northeastern 77, Bates 61
1Cosa Linda G. Cruz 120
Louis, who arrived In San Fiore Wednesday night at St. Ni-
Francisco yesterday after a tour cholas Arena in New York,
of Japan, is taking things in
stride. European Welterweight Cham-
"The states barring me." says pion Charles Humez has agreed
2Bfalo D. D'Andrea 114
3Ro Mar E. Julin 120
4Eclipse V. Ortega 117
Louis, "are doing it because they: to a March bout for the world I tS'irnrt.May MFii!ril! ion
don't want me to get hurt. At title with Kid Gavllgn. The exact XESJT
least. I like to think they're doing; date for the New York scrap will '
it because they have my best in- be set when financial arrange-
terests at heart." ments are settled.
Louis adds, however, that he
>t Given Material,
hasty. Joe believes they should _
wait for him to ask for a license Coflf nP5 Arp SnmP
before making any move N-UUtnCS f\TC DOmC
"Then." says Louis, "they NFW Ynp ,. ,,.
hould make their decisions ac- T ^Jfi? K'Dec' 21ifEA\ -
cording to how I meet regula- InJ00,tb,a' J '"[ "ything else,, 6 Roadmaster O. Chanls 112
tions. If I can pass, I should be materlal ' the thing.
"Coaches who have good ball
55 Great Lakes
Dayton Air-Gem* 76, Morris Har- Pier 39
vey 59 Northeastern Okla 62, East, N.
New Haven Tchrs 57, Westfield Mex. 54
Tchrs 55 St. Benedicts (Kas.) 54, Neb. Wes-
Iona 49. Adelphi 47 leyan 42
V. Rodriguez 113x NY Aggies 75, Union (NJ) JC 48 St. John's (Minn.) 89. ND State
-------- Hofstra 66. Springfield (Mass.) 65 82
ir i' v-ii i r Coast Guard Academy 70, MIT 61 Bemidji 79, Wahpeton Science 62
iSi7$"',,~2. .M Lemoyne Parsons 63, Penn (Iowa) 63
Fairleigh Dickinson 88, Upsala 65 East Central
Montclalr 48, Trenton Tchrs 41 (Kas.) 65
Millersvllle 63, West Chester 57 i Rio Grande at Oakland City,
SOUTH Cancelled
Navy 54. Princeton 45 Phillips Univ. 66. Hastings 59
Maryland 51. Wash, and Lee 4S SOUTHWEST
Florida 58, Tennessee 47 Southern Methodist 61, Nebras-
West. Kentucky 92, Xavier (O.) 82 ka 55
Enka 64, The Citadel 48 ,Texas Christian 68, Texas Tech
Catholic 55, TowsOn 58 48
5th Race "E" Imported 7 Fgs.1 East Tenn State 8, Austin Peay North Texas 57, Southeastern
Purse: $550.08 Pool Closes 2:55 51 Okla 46
1Rose Hip J. Phillips 106x Auburn 63. Maxwell Air Base 54 Arkansas Tech 52, Arkansas State
2Notable J. Bravo 120 I St. Augustine 68, Bluefield State 58
81 Ariiona State (Flagstaff) 58. N.
Spring Hill 64, Florida State 54 Mex. 56
Tennessee Tech 64, David Lips-1 Carbon (Utah) 72, East. Arizona
comb 59 46
BY STEVE SNIDER
NEW YORK, Dec. 21 (UP)
Chet Nichols, Jr., of the Boston
Braves, first rookie in 14 years to
lead the National League In
earned run averages, has a bright
pitching future still ahead of
him.
And if it's bright enough, the1
20-year-old lefty may rate a place
in baseball history alongside the
last previous rookie to win the!
awardMilkman Jim Turner.
The Tennessee Milkman, a1
graybeard freshman of 31 when
he won the title in 1937, still Is
winning pennants for the world
champion New York Yankees.
On The Alleys...
- o
The bowling alleys at the
Balboa Bowling Center, and
the Diablo and Margarita Club-
houses will be closed on Christ-
mas and New Year's Day and
on the Mondays before the
holidays. December 24 and 81.
Schoch . .
Smith. . .
Stanley (B:)
Handicap. .
Totals. ,
145
143
126
153
148
189
126
153
154 447
152434
126 378
153 459
Hicks
Henry
Allen. .
Lane (Bid.)
CURUNDU MEN'S OPEN
BOWLING LEAGUE
Acme Paints trounced Carta
Turner handles the pitchers for' Vieja for four points but remain-
Casey Stengel and rarely does old ed in second place by virtue Of, BUMhrnT
Case cross up the Milkman's Angelinl taking three points p-
Judgment, from Balboa Beer. Hector's boys, Tntaia
Both Nichols and Turner American Club, moved the VFW 1"w"
pitched for Boston but there | team down a notch, winning
the similarity ends. three games and total pins. Hnvin
Son of a former major league Budweiser took three points .i. '
pitcher, Nichols went from high from Canada Dry with Ray SlT-i, '
school to pro ball at Evansville, Walker getting five consecutive mIm '
Ind., then Milwaukee the next strikes for a 217 game and a 511 SrTi.-" '
year and to Boston after only series: Allen, bowling in fourth 7555L:'
two seasons in the minors. ispot on the Canada Dry team,, acap-
For Turner, the route to the aiso had a 511 series with a 214
820 813 9022535
CANADA DRY
Murdock r 169 113 148 430
128 134
134 134
170 127
144 144
124 124
(B.).
151- 411
134 402
214 511
144- 432
124 372
869 776 9152M0
BUDWEISER
lit
127
128
143
114
185
160
118
142
151
114
159 468
1SS 479
120 365
153-423
217 511
114 342
8Romntico
9Julito
J. Phillips 120
A. Mena 120
C. Lino 120
majors was a slow tour of base- 8me.
ball's leaky roof leagues before Colston had high series for the!
recognition finally came after 14 night with a 513 series. There
(Okla) 71 Bethel seasons. Time and again, after he was a little change in the Ten!
eventually climbed to the top Pins,
minors, big league scouts turned; 1McCarragher. .... ,. 167
thumbs down because "that guyj 2Colston............. 159
Is too old." 3Coffey .. .. ........ 157
Bill McKechnle .was manager 4Kelsey............ 154
at Boston In 1937.
Totals.
792 870 9262688
3Mimo
4Milros
5Rocky
J. Samanlego 112
B. Pulido 112
C.Lino 110
tny^fu'tuTpufn.Tntl'he0^! P^^backT'tack^ ends I 6th Race "1-2" Imported-7 Fgs. YflllkpPfi R* 111111. I'w R'll I la'
Rnxinff c suttcssiui
1 New York The Brown ?out Steve wen savs- "That's, ' mm
Bombe? thin give hllopinion of the.on.'y d'ence. There isn't a 1-Ariqpuro
Club
3Tartufo H. Reyes 112x
4Nantago J. Jimnez, Jr. H2x
5Dora's Time V. Ortega 115
6Don Salomn C. Ycaza 115
First Race of the Doubles
F. Rose 115
the'"iurrent' heVv'yweVrTsUua- n'c*eI's wrth ^difference" be- C. Ruiz 115
tion tween coaches if they have equal
Louis thinks Rocky Marciano. materlal"
the Brockton. Massachusetts, .
slugger who kayoed Joe in Octo-, Th,e veteran New York Giant i_ _.
ber. has a good chance of b-imentr claims football offenses J-ulanlto V. Castillo 115
coming a champion. Louis be- are baslcaljy the same as they 8 A- Mei
Heves Marciano could beat title-lwere quarter century ago.
holder Joe Walcott, but would. "Offenses are like ladies' hat,"
lose to ex-champ Ezzard Charles.he remarks. "They run in cycles,
Joe considers Charles too good a always come back to basic prin-
boxer for Marciano and thinks cipleg.
Ezzard could beat Walcott to re-,
gain the title "I haven't seen anything new
Charles and Joe Kahut have,in 25 years. That goes for the
ended training for their 12-IT formation or anything else you
round bout tonieht n Pnrt.lanrt ..." clBe yuu
round bout tonight in Portland, see."
Meet Scotland's
Favourite Son
Born 1820
still going strong
JOHNNIE WALKER
SCOTCH WHISKY
The fashionable drink everywhere
JOHN WALKER O SOUS LTD, lout Whi.k, DUlillm, KILMAKNOCX
9Astoria
C. Bovil 115
For League Lread Tonight

PANAMA PRO LEAGUE
and one of
those desperate phases during
which the Braves were known as
the "Bees," and the Deacon felt
almost anything was worth a try.
He brought up Turner and Lou
Fette, another minor league
graybeard.
Both won 20 games. Turner
led the ERA'S with 2.38 com-
pared to 2.888 that won for
Nichols.
"A pretty good fast ball, bet-
ter-than-average curve and con-
5Lane.............. 154
6 Hovan............ 152
7Lavallee.......... 152
8McConnell.. .... ..... 151
9Allen.
10-^Steuwe
TEAM
Angelinl. .
Acme Paints
Budweiser .
Carta Viet a.
Canada Dry
W.
27
26
27
24
21
trol did it for me," said the for- American Club 19
VFW Post 3822 18
Balboa Beer 18
TEAM
Yankees..
Bombers..
Bluebirds.
er pitchers.
So when Stengel took over the
I oppose Pat Patrick of the Yanks'Yankees three seasons back his
mer milk route dispatcher.
Turner never hit the 20-game
circle again. Gradually, he slip-
ped back but the longer he pitch-
ed the more he learned and morel Mynarclk.
important he found he could Norris (Bid)
impart his experiences to young- Torian .
Kelsey . .
McCarr'gher
L
18
19
18
21
24
26
27
27
Pts.
38
37
85.
31
27
26
23
23
151
. 149
Total
Pins
37802
38081
87743
37847
37950
CARTA VIEJA
129 157
7th Race "1-2" Imported7 Fgs. Brownies
Won Lost Pction the mound. first call for an outside coach
.7141 This game is the one which or-jWas to Portland In the Pacific
Sinally had been scheduled to be: coast League where Turner was!
the Mount Hope Park opener but' manager.
Handicap.
Purse: 8375.01 Pool Closes 4:95
Second Race of the Doubles
.667
.599
.143
1Beach Sun
2Arabe
3Blumaha
4Tupac
5England
6Secuestro
7Charles 8.
E. Julin 115
A. Bazan 115
V. Arauz 115
J. Baeza, Jr. U2x
J. Contreras 115
D. D'Andrea 115
V. Ortega 115
which had to be postponed be-
cause the Mount Hope Stadium is
not in good playing condition.
In the first game last night,
Connie Johnson edged Ernest
Burke, 3-2, In a pitchers' duel. Yankees will
Johnson hurled a five-hitter a-
ealnst his opponent's seven-bit-
ter.
"Jim was a self-made pitcher
with a sound delivery and a lot
of tricks," said Stengel. "He can
teach our young pitchers plenty, Borgis
and If Yankee pitching goes the Handicap.
Totals.
823 7S7
Lavallee
Cas ten
Corn .
Yarbro
ACME tAINTS
LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS
(Panam Stadium)
Bombers 2, Brownies 2; Blue-
birds 2, Yankees 9.
TONIGHT'S CONTEST
(Panam Stadium 7-39)
Chesterfield Bombers (A. Osorio)
vs.. Carta Vieja Yanks (Patrick)
. Tonight the Carta Vieja Yan-| Only one of the Bombers' runs; rest in his own active daysTTur-' HflTwig. .
ati. b... n'-T^Tr.H_i/ ir I"?, *nd wCT\e,sterel 8th Race B^ Imported-*'/, Fgs tackle each other in a battle for I with two passed balls, contribut- Yankees are rested properly Relchert '
159
154
141
6
199
143
156
170
150
1%
143
go.
And how they went: Three
seasonsthree world titles.
Totals
A fellow who needed
... 891 900 8312022
AMERICAN CLUB
Working Boys
Tallest Quintet
In J.C. Tourney
vT1^.**? with th< 8tes
height in the Junior College Bas-
ketball Tournament will be the
Working Boys. They have two
boys 6.3 and one boy 6.4. In addi-
tion to this they have two of the
top scorers in basketball on the
Isthmus In the two Gibson boys,
37573 Noel and Bob. Add to this group
37107 two of the best ball handlers and
37033 passers in the business, and
things look rough for their op-
ponents.
158 444. The height is handled by the
Gibsons and Ed Capalbo. The
ball handling and passing by Leo
Presho and Edgar MeArthur. Noel
Gibson, in recent practice games
has been Just about unstoppable.
He has scored almostat will, and
8202440 with brother Bob right on his
J* *>. heejs in this department, j there
184 4791 will have to be some slick de-
160 484, tensive work to keep them in
88 374 J check.
151 180: If these boys should be kept
130 4761 from scoring, there is always Lou
143 429 Hilzlnger and Louis Dedeaux to
.1 hit the nets for the points. Both
129 129 129 387
134 141 160 435
172 144 123 439
162 129 153 444
97 97 97 291
Purse: 5490.00 Pool Closes 4:49, the Panam Professional Base- ed greatly to the Smoker victory.
1Lujoso
2Mr. Foot
3Levadura
4Batt. Cloud
5Marlscallto
Quiniela
O. Chanls 120
J. Bravo 112
G. Ramos 106x
E. Silvera 112
G. Cruz 112
6Breeze Bound B. Moreno 115
7Alabarda V. Ortega 115
8Scotch Chum A. Mena 117
9Hechizo G. Snchez 114
9th Race "1-2" Imported7 Fgs.
Purse: $375.00 Pool Closes 5:15
One-Two
2Fanglo
3Caonazo
4Flamenco
5Islero
J. Bravo 112
G. Prescott 114
E.Julin 117
G. Snchez 115
Fight Results
(WEDNESDAY NIGHT)
"He keeps track of the pitches Coffey
so we don't overwork," said AW Handicap.
proper. Vale.....136 187
182 122
136 130
155 148
167 148
136 136
161 464
ball League's top spot. Alberto O-, Frank Austin for the Smokers
sorio of the Bombers Is slated to and Archie Ware, of the Brown- ne Reynolds last summerwhen
ies. each had two for four to beiAjiie admittedly was overwork- Totals,
the game's leading hitter. |ing.."At least they don't want tol
The second game was also a overwork us," he amended. Moss .
pitchers' battle with Andrs Al- Nichols, Just a youngster, can'Hannberg
onso turning in a masterful expect to Outshine Turner in the Wftzig .
three-hit job to beat Marion record books. But the Milkman's Mashburn
Frlcano, 2-0. I value Is something that can't bei Rlzzp. .
Handicap.
these lads are more than capable
of scoring, and as both of them
are extremely fast, the opponents
113 421 j can't afford to give them an Inch
130 396: or they will take a mile. Of
148 449'course, MeArthur isn't exactly
184 479 shv about making points and
138 4081 will score with the rest of them.
The three big boys will- also
. 912 850 8552617. give the Working Boys excellent
VFW POST 3828 rebound advantage, and one of
131 128 138 3971 the Gibsons specialties Is con-
156 377 verting these rebounds Into two-
1Terry J.
2Poleckas
3Zevelanla
4Goylto
5Salcedo
6Stage In
7Valebiza
R. Vsquez 115
G. Snchez 115
D. D'Andrea 115
C. Ruiz 115
F. Rose 115
F. Ramos 120
F. Avila 115
Alonso allowed the Yankees'measured by statistics
only two hits up to the ninth in
his previous start but weakened
Kvv'vrJav^a? Miow^i .. in the last Inning and the Yanks
ig!EttEgVZfiS&S and went on t0
ForeClk Kl3ynd ^^l Last nlg^"however. Andy did 1-MONA LISA El
I not,weaken and went the route JDOMINO D01
110
134
101
131
161
111
122
104
140
161
138 394
105 310
135 406
161 483
Juan Franco Tips
By CLOCKER
PHOITMIY rt hrii. ci. 1 "* l,l:"c" "* *,c"' 'c luutc suorainu no Joaqun
1M S^iffi u '1*' Fricano also pitched goodiJ^DONA ELEIDA Armeno
riiWrT.V SS21M5? Wfti awng on'y ve safeties. 14-DIEZ DE MAYO Eclipse
Garmendia. 154, Hermosillo, Mex. wilberto Holder and Clyde Par-!5NOTABLE Milros
iftivoM w. T...U b. m \PB- wlth two for four each, paced|6FLANITO Lacnico
&Sr Wr- fft Er&^Stt I ^SKTSSeh. *-*, -d Ray lk2%SVll\icS&tl"8-
^nrtfrin '"S1 C'fr ?,: Wed ?ut Bobby Ktrk' "*. Dabek each singled once for the ft-GOYTTO Zevelanla
l-sandarm F. Avila 114 Hollywood, Cal, 1. 'losers. 'lFANGIO Flamenco
j.
Totals. . .#768 768 8332367
McConnell
8tudebaker.
Woner . .
Balutis . .
Colston. .
Handicap. .
Totals. . .
ANGELINI
127 134
143 122
157 163
180 .148 186
120 120
133 394
154 419
130 452
118- 403
168 513
120 3801 between
pointers. The rebound ability and
scoring potential of this team
make it a real tournament
threat
The Working Boys drew the
potent Cristobal High team in
the opening game of the tour-
nament on Wednesday night, De-
cember 26. A capacity crowd Is
expected to witness the contest.
In addition to this game, all for
the. same price of 50 cents, the
fans will be treated to the game
the Albrook team and
Cristobal Athletic Association.
. 864 854 82325411 Either of these games would be a
BALBOA BEER bargain, but having them both
Cain .... 128 124 168 418 on the same night will give the
Carpenter 125 123 151 399 fans an outstanding attraction.
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
opera ting both at the
"COPACABANA" and
"SAVOY."
ik Jkil- -,
?Z\ t ~jmjuto&ftB&*Ml
QUINIELAS
4th and 8th RACES
i
2
3
4
s
6
7
SATURDAYS STELLAR RACE
5th RACE "E" IMPORTEDS 7 Fgs.
PURSE: $550.00 POOL CLOSES: 2:55
ROSE HIP.............j. PhUlipt 106x
STABLE...............;. Bravo 120
Mm .............. /. Samaniego 112
MILROS................b. Pulido 112
ROCKY..................c. Uno 110
ROADMASTER .......... o. ChanU 112
PORTERS STAR.......A. Coronado 110x
wztt fiance IRace Htactz
CHILDREN ARE NOT ALLOWED
AT THE RACE TRACK

SUNDAYS FEATURE RACES
5th RACE-"A" IMPORTEDS 6V2 Fgs.
PURSE: $1,000.00 POOL CLOSES: 2:55
1 CRIS.7 ................. Et Julian
3 CHACABIICO........ a,. AroBemena
2 RATHL1N LIGHT........;. Phillip*
4 ROYAL COUP............;. Bravo
113
97
105
126
10th RACE "F" IMPORTEDS 7 Fgs.
PURSE: $500.00 POOL CLOSES: 5:40
1 L1NNEY HEAD.........J. Contrertu 112
2 NEWMINSTER............J. Bravo 112
3 (BEDUINO ............ B. Pulido 112
4 (ALTO ALEGRE.......... G. Sanche 118
5 THE BATH ROAD.......J. Phillip 120
*



IFRIDAT, DECEMBER 11. 1951
IBB PANAMA AMWUCAN AH INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPEB
PACT THlK'l'UH
ma
Stanky May
Find Cards No
Bed Of Roses
JOE
by
WILLIAMS
Putting one little word after Bother, and whatevea-hecame
of Undo Mlltle? The horse, not the laugh. At this time a year
sco he wu the most-talked of t-year-old in North Americaanfl
all the talk was complimentary. Obscurely bred by little-known
turf people, nevertheless drew a bid of $150,000 after winning the
Champagne at Belmont. It was rejected. At three he would be a
gold mine. A number of able authorities, including: John B. Camp-
bell, agreed. But almost overnight the colt began to lose form: All
last season he failed to respond and what he'll do at fonr Is one
for the crystal gazers.
By LEW BYRER
NEA Special Correspondent
COLUMBUS. O.. Dec. 21
(NEA) Some folks were sur-
prised when Eddie Stanky didn't
immediately accept the opport-
unite to manage the St. Louis
Cardinals. ,
Stanky finally signed, but only
after ironing out certain differ-. jta own. Would you be able to Identify these nine persons:
enees, mainly about how long the
contract would run. between
Himself and.Fred Salgh, the Card
owner.


Pumas, Palomas
01 Teen-Age Loop
Work Out Tomorrow
The Fastlich Teen Age Base-
ball league (Pony League* lad*
v-ill have their first organized
practice under supervision of
their respective managers as the
FUMAS and PALOMAS squads
aie asked to be at the Diablo
Field at 8:00 am Saturday.
Messrs. De La Pena, A. Cotton.
Smoky Thompson, and Jimmy
Thompson, will handle the Palo-
mas while aterra Dew, Colclasure
ond J. B. Clemmons will take the
rumas.
The following boys are request-
ed to be present
PUMAS: J. Cazla, J. Clem-
To Be Held
AtMargarita
At 8:30 A.M.
I Atlantic Little League Tryouts Scheduled Tomorrow Morning
___________________________________________________________------------------------------------------------------------------------- '.-----------------------------------------'' "
Managerial Chance Sometimes
Is Booby Trap For Ball Player
Marshall, Robinson Set New
Major League Fielding Marks
NEW YORK Dec 21 (UP.) field, Llc>yd Merrlman of Clncin-;chances without an error, and
he flawless fielder of the lMl.cati had a .997 fielding average catcher Wes Westrum had a .987
mmJi^J^gmj^mM&S^^^ "iZZ* VS!?rlar,11n.l.. flR team ner-
The Atlantic Little
baseball organization will hold
their try-outs Saturday morning
at 8:30 A.M. at the Margarita
ball park All boys attending a U.
B. Rate School on the Atlantic
aide is eligible, to try out for a
position with any of the four
teams. A boy must be at least
tight (8) years of age and not
older than twelve (12) years.
The Margarita All Star's are
sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Tho-
mas M O'Connor and is manag-
ed by a well known baseball star.
Max Sanders Max pitched and
and
The
w5tw8iidTiannI7^ g ewdtnair..-* gfi!
League ton Braves age. The Giants had the best rentage topped the league. The
in the league. Chicago Cubs were last with ft
ed 781 971 average.
According io official figures I tff.ldlng batterv
released Wednesday, Marshall Pitcher Sal Maglle handle
handled 231 chances without an
error. Only one other outfielder
in Major League history played
eirorless ball over an entire sea-
son. Danny Lltwhller of the Phl-
'udelDhla Phils did it in 1941.
Jackie Robinson of Brooklyn
r.et a record 1: second basemen
vith a 992 fielding average.
That erases the .987 mark set in
1948 by Red Schoendlenst of the
St. Louis Cardinals. Robinson
todk .oart in 137 double plays to
C!ub of the Canal Zone League ,a|t year Q11 Hodge8 of the Dod-
The dear old-A.A.U. is running a "what's my line" program of
awn. Would you be able to Identify these nine persons: (1)
Patricia Mc-Cormlck, (2) Caro! Pence. (3) Robert Richards. (4)
Wayne Moore, (5> Malcolm Whltfield, (8) James P Thomas, (7)
John Davis, (8) Maureen Connolly, (9) George Yardley What did
they do to warrant consideration as the amateur athlete of tne
vear? Unless'vou were an avid addict or a well-informed sports r.ions, J. DeSLondos. J. Drlaeoll,
editor vou'd probably have your troubles. The AA.U. has decided C Fears. D. Fulton. Galloway,
that the selection must be restricted to these nine (Identified be- ,n Hill p. Huff R. Laata. D.
low) and I wonder if the badge wearers ever heard of a fellow race. J. Pustts LJUgtV. D. Re-
named Dick Kazmaier? It can't be there's a law against college herb^ P SalasR J. Selby. O M
footballers, for the Army's Arnold Tucker was given the Sullivan R Sejcis^R Smith. B. Therrell,
Award as recently as '41..
There's a note in the mail from Peg Worthington Dewey. She's
R. Welnaugh.
PALOMAS: T. Hotz. M. Bran-
don, L. Charles, R. Dlxon, i.
Winklosky. J Powell. R. Zumba-
Casey Stengel Eddie? lanky
the light-hearted person who contributed the gay piece on modern . " Jacot. J Mclntyre. D.
football in this space the other day... -Sir: I seem to sense W%.llWfift|wB'i
certain curiosity about my age. Some of my friends (sic) bareHSL'-ASl*#*^!L-^k
kindly named me the Pin Up Girl of San Juan Hill, but 1 den, t. &** T'r^v Wede
All right, so I got ONE note from Garcia. Also truck drivers still '
whistle. Yes, I know these arc the characters left over from the
Lido Road deal, but as long as they can whistle who am I to worry
about their eyesight? If I can figure out another day offor even
two-thirds of a dayfor you, I'll drop It in the box."
nake, J. Wood
Most fans and players regard a
major league managerial berth as
ene of the most desirable of Jobs.! ___ __
But is it? It seems the pairings were scrambled and in the confusion
8tankv may not have landed hi Joe Louis knocked out the wrong Chinaman in a Formosa exhi-
ft bed of roses i oitlon bout and this.is the first intimation we've had the State
A lot of players who might | Department Is handling his affairs over here, too. Getting up to
have made good managers never j speak an a controversial subject the other night, the Giants' Steve
got a real chance to prove it be-)Owen philosophized: "A fish Is the only animal that can get In
trouble by opening his mouth" It was new to me, a fellow who
toesn't run around much with fish, anyway. It will take more
than a- genuine Hollywood shooting to lure the moppets away
from TV Westerns. Not that it wasn't a novel try. though. Mr. Tru-
man has ordered a Washington cleanup. That's what the mink
and pink boys thought he said four years ago.
Brookline Pairings
At Brazos Brook
cause the first team they got a
chance to managrwasn't a good
one. !
.'..'
A notable cas'is that of Co-
lumbus' own Hank Gowdy. Star
of the 1914 World Series, first
major league-ball player to en-
list In World War I. long a great
catcher and later a fine coach.
Gowdys<4s-one Which baseball can be proud.
ONLY ONE CHANCE-
for several seasons.
The Little M">tta's are sponsor,
ed by another well-known sports-
man Gilbert Morland who lathe
General Manager of the Carta
Vieja Yankee* of the profes-
sional Panam National eLagu.
The Police Pals ar sponsored
by the Atlantic side Canal Zone
Police who have always taken an
Interest In sport's for the young-
ster's on the Isthmus. The Police
Pals will be managed by police-
man George Tully and Paul
R'chmond.
The Powell's are sponsored by
another well-known sportsman
Howard Flnnegan who has been
interested in baseball and its
promotion for several years here
on the isthmus. The Powell's
player and Vic May. who.has al-
ways been tied uo In Canal Zone
Ridge a well known baseball
Club will be managed by Vlnce
baseball.
The Little Motta's are manag-
ed by those two young fellows
who never grow old. Harry Doc-
hery and Carl Newhard. thru the
vears. these two young fellows
have contlnuosly helped the lit-
tle fellows play the game.
gers set a reccrd for first base-
men by taking part in 171 twin'
killings.
Ted Kluszewski of Cincinnati
led first basemen with a .997
fielding avernje Virgil Stallcup,
tlsO of Cincinnati, had a .969
average to pace the shorstops.
Billy Johnson of the Cardinals
led the third basemen with a
976 average.
Behind Marshall in the out-
But he never got but one
Chance to manage. That was in, California-born
1926 when he was hired to man-
age the Columbus ball club
known as the Senators. What
Hank had to manage was a weird
collection of misfits. John Mc-
Graw, Joe McCarthy and Leo
Durocher couldn't have won with
them in a Class B league. They
set an all-time record for in-
aptitude in the A.A. by winning
only 39. while losing 125.
So Hank has never had another
chance to manage. He might
have been a good manager with
a team to manage.
Marty "Marlon. Stahky's prede-
cessor, furnishes another exam-
ple. Marty, long baseball's Mr.
Shortstop, is a popular Idol In St.
Louis. In his first year as man-
ager of the Cards they finished
thirdwhich is higher than the
pre-season dope had them figur-
ed.
^ret, Marlon Is out after a one-
There fa an agency which also elects the pro athlete of the
year, male ind female. Kocky Marciano will get my vote for his
krlockout of Joe Louis- Gave away cads of weight, stopped him
like an old pro and was graclonrf-in his historic win. How ean then
be any question but that Florence Chadwick ratea the distintion
ol the distaff side? Twqvears in a row she conquered the treach-
erous English Channel: This year she became the first woman to
swim it the hard way, from England to France Incidentally, the
mermaid is now in residence at John Stack's
The draw for the Brookline
Tournament, sponsored by Caa-
ullo'8 of Coln, has been an-
nounced by the Tournament
Committee. The first round must
be completed by Sunday evenin
Dec. 23. Half the difference
handicap must be conceded and
this is how the field shapes up
in quest of the two Mido Multi-
fort watches which go to the
winners with the compliments of
Casnllo's:
Hardy.
Engelke-Jorstad vs. Bye.
Dagnall-Morria vs. McCarthy-
Forrest.
Koepke-Chadwick vs. Bye.
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Henry Hudson Hotel and plans to make the Big Town her home.
Her '52 schedule calls for a try at the Strait of Gibraltar. It's never
been swum by a woman.
Misa Chadwick was telling me a story with an ironic twist the
other p.m. Shortly after she got back from her triumphant open-
air bath last Summer Army brass (without previous consultation
or agreement) arranged for her to appear at a blood bank as a
donor. It was to be quite a production. Newsmen, radio, TV, movie
reels and patriotic oratory... "Everything went fine," smiled the
lady, "until they tested my blood. No good. I'm anemic." It's more
or less chronic, too. And strangelyto the lay mindit's a help.
"Enables me to stand icy water better," she explains.
ager. .
year trial** a manager is hardly
enough to prove it.
There have been many others.
GOOD MATERIAL KEY
There's an old saying in foot-
ball that good material makes a
good coach. It's equally true In
baseball that good material
makes a good manager.
One outstanding quirk about
I had Kid Gaviln out In front by a comfortable margin as he
went into the 10th with Walter Carrier. Of course, the Cuban Is
a notorious bunko artist who seldom turns in an honest three-
minute round, and if the other fellow is aggreslve, as Carrier was,
during the lulls, the officials are often betrayed. Aggression means
little in my book unless tied with clean hitting. Gaviln scored two
to one In the exchanges, hit more forcefully, and Carrier was al-
ways first to give groond: The Cuban has greater hand speed, sel-
ell and has fall cargo of
found Carrier overrated.
Freneh-Drohan vs. Kullkow-
ki-Armstrong.
Byrd-Clara vs. Flnnegan-Sto-
pa.
Day-Brown vs. Richmond-
Martin.
Hoverson-Raymond vs. Bye.
Schelbeler-Orvls vs. Zilkie-
Llvlngston.
Oafindo-Stroop vs. Mann-Ma-
her.
Melslnger-Prier vs. Mallla-
Howard.
Maduro-Morland vs. Bye.
Puller-Humphreys vs. Dunean-
AUen.
Kenway-Huldqulst vi. Reed-
Harrington.
Mathieaon-Carnwrlght vs. Plft-
la-Raymond.
Wood-Pacheco vs. Bye.
Alexander-Beaver vs. McVittle-
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t takes to be a uccessful man- moxJe Allde lef( {^ f0
ager. I wouldn't know. But a one-
Billy Evans is much too ill for his friends' happiness. Football
fan Fred Varnau won the Cincinnati Post's Coach-of-the-Year
contest, picked the first three exactly as they finished in the vot-
ing. Answer to the foregoing A.A.U. quiz: (1) diver, (2) swimmer,
(3) pole vaulter, (4) swimmer, (5) track man, (0) swimmer, (7)
weight lifter, i8) tennis,i (0) basketball. How many did you guess?
McCarthy never made the major
l-ague grade as a player.
Casey Stengel and Leo Duroch-
,er would probably be listed aa
managers is that few of the out- itoday's greatest managers. Casey
stsndlng stars of the game seem was a g00d outfielder in his play-
to make highly successful man-
agers. The late Babe Ruth, great-
est star of them all, never got a
chance to manage.
The late Walter Johnson wasn't
nearly as successful as a manager
as he Was a pitcher
Neither was Ty Cobb an out-
standing managerial success.
Tris Speaker managed Cleve-
land to a pennant and world
championship in 1820, but didn't
last as a manager.
If you'd ask most baseball men
to name the three moat success-
ful managers of the past they'd
Srobably list the late John Mc-
iraw, Connie Mack and Joe Mc-
Carthy. McOraw and Mack were'
not outstanding stars as players.
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and Ruth. Durocher was a great
fielder but one of those "good
field, no hit" guys.
Stengel and Durocher can be
cited to prove the whole point.
Casey wasn't highly successful hi
other trials as a manager until he
tot the helm of the great Yan-
kee aggregation.
And Durocher had a fine team
to work with throughout his
managerial career.
Stars Brighten
Cage Picture
At Marquette
MILWAUKM. WU.. Dec. 21
(NEA) An astronomer search-
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son.
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Spers' 21 varsity carers won
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Five members were both all-
conference and all-state.
Reuben Schuli. 6-foot 8-Inch
freshman center, was an All-
America high school selection.
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m)I!PEmjS^^ AN INDEPENDENT i
DAILY NEWSPAPER
'Le /Ac people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
TWENTY-SEVENTH TEAR
PANAMA, B. P., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 81, 1851
FIVE CENTS
Blonde Happily Wed To PFC Learns
First Soldier Husband Korea POW
22-yei
is In
WARM FOR Yl'LE While
most of the U. S. shivered,
actress Joan Taylor wore
summer attire as she went
Christmas shgpping in Los
Angeles to pick out a tree. "It
hardly seems like Christmas,''
she said.
Tallulah Shed Mink
And Kept Going,
Kiting Maid Says
., v T po,se,d f.or Pictures here after nes greeted her warmly and with The brown-eyed, 22-
tiny blonde who found happi- driving from Atlanta with a brief a smile. "But she didn't talk to blonde, whose home
ssn a secret marriage after stop at LaOrange to see his mo-, me about it," Mrs. Sasser said, man, Ala said she
_ I "I heard her telling William 'It's happy" with Sasser.
| their secretj all a mlstake'-and Tlt Just could- "I don't know what we'll tfo'
WILSON, N.C.. Dec. 21
A
ness
her first husband was reported ther.
killed In Korea met her new Happily dlsclosln
mother-in-law with a smile to- marriage only las"
ear-old
Cull-
was "very
day, choking back knowledge they were stunned and" shocked'kitchen.''
, that her first husband may stDl
be alive.
week end, n't be true' while I was In the she said. "If It's true we'll work
id shocked kitchen." something out."
1 yesterday when Agnes found l "They were upset." she said. She said -she received a Defense
Dlxon s name and serial number, "They didn't say It but I could Department telegram last May
on the unverified list of Comimr-. tell. He told me about it, but telling her that Dlxon wai
her brief but Happy marriage to Conley Ga., was listed as a ser- vertible and planned to pick up ffi where ,h2 worked '
PFC William (Billi >* oo ireant tnst ..* A....J.
may be
Dlxon Sasser
Driving in a cold, foggy rain, er. the mother-
she snuggled close to 8asser and|
they decided to go through with
plans for a happy family reunion
at his LaGrande, N. C, home
Christmas Eve.
They talked to newsmen and
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nlaPnT!u^DtnCtTr^^r?^Jn<, **" Wca'ther * ** th nS^romlSe
plains sUtes to the East Coast, there were scenes like this in manv rtfis* Her a mMm
of Watertown. N.T., finds skiing the best way to get around The? snowbound street* afte
snow, piled up drifts so heavy they, crippled auto travel for 40 mill], aTrg *
CIO Seeks 23 Cents- An-Hour
CZ Local Rate Wage Increase
A general wage Increase of 23, The communique said points'
cents an hourjor Local-Rate em-1 discussed with the Governor
Sasser. 22, geant instead of a private, but Sasser's brother, Coast Guards- Thev tP\ , iuo
wrecked, pretty Agnes, the serial numbers'matched. man Newton D. Sasser, at Cape marr!ed m Atlknta Rent 7 h!
sser fought back tears. At LaOrange Mrs. . W Sas- May, N. J tomorrow and bring "sited h home1 \t LaGranee! P1^8 oftne Canal Zone was pnejw*reT'
ler. the mother-to-law, said Ag- him home for the holidays. once durmg thl Summer ?nd f the main Issues discussed with! l. A general wa,
7 T^T ~ .... St?*month when hhad a Gv. mnej.^SSS^J^\n.t^T'^SL.
Lady Senator Seeks To Kill
the strange "Enoch Arden" twist
British Airline
Asks Plane Builders
For Big Helicopter
LONDON, Dec. 21 (LPS> Brit-
has "torn me all to pieces." Mrs. GCEOC-CIO.
Sasser said. "I didn't know they ?e- committee,
were married until I got an air-
mail letter telling about it Sat-
urday."
NEW YORK. Dec 21 (UP'
A lawyer who promised to reveal
shocking secrets of Tallulahj
Bankhead's private life was
plumped Into a chair today by
two uniformed bailiffs at the tri-
al of the glamorous actress' maid.
Attorney Fred G. Morritt was
pushed into his chair after an
argument with Judge Harold Ste-
vens, who had to take drastic ac-
tion to end the wrangle.
"You will make no further
statement." the Judge said
tween gritted teeth.
"uMrttt "bfVufen h r. uu. buv h-Hcc-pters seating up to 45 eon-holed since, awaiting action;two years after'its presentation': WASHINGTON. Dec. 21 The
*". J.",S ,._; people and with a cruising speed by the Chamber of Deputies. |and passage In the Senate, pros- American Red Cross spent $28,-
Italy's Legalized Prostitution
ROME. Dec. 21 (UP) Ange-ltoniers are also accommodated
lina Merlin, 71, motherly-looking'between 9 a.m. and noon,
white-haired left-wing Socialist! There are no "all-night" es-
i Senator, said today she hopes tojtabllshments. But streetwalkers -
push through her bill outlawlnc are allowed to operate 24 hours VnAnf \lk BAA AAA
legalized prostitution in Italy per day. JfJCIII JV,0\)\J.\J\J\J
early next year. Senator Merlin described this!j* _
Merlins antl-prostltution bill as "a disgrace to womankind." fill AlfflAfJ rAff fit
2, Three
wage increase ofi
W.
alternatives,
7. The housing program:
(a) General.
tb) Specific (Bachelor build-
ings i.
8. Longevity Increases to emJ
week end pass. C.Z. Personnel Director Edward' g. Tnree alternatives, ^com-'pioyes wftl
The new. of the marriage and ^Doo^^gjyjr the Nego-, ^"g^&th. wage Ue renerKn^a Vrv
American Red Cross
.e" ish European Airways Corpora- was.passed by the Italian Senate I Her project received the .support
tion has announced it wants to on Dec. 7,1949and had been pig- of all political parties, but now.
Bankhead's former maid. Mrs.
of 150 miles per hour.
headed by
President Edward A. Gaakln, also
discussed "adjustments In the
wage schedule ln-grade steps,"
according to a communique is-
sued today by the Local.
Results of the conference were
not announced, however.
Five Traffic Cases
Net $77.50 In Fines
A reckless driving charge which
senator Merlin said. "I am still titution is still wide-open in Iti- 800.000almost a third of its en- grew out of Gonzalo Maldonado
hopeful that at the beginning of ly. tire budget to serve the na-|Soto'* having driven an Army
require-next year the project will be ap- Merlin said "prejudices" were tion's expanding military forces | truck Into a military vehicle Increased hardshl
(a) An extension of present
within-grade steps, stip-
ulated In the wage sched-
ule from A to G.
addition of one (1> step
to the present six (6).
(b) That the sum between
steps be Increased from
2 cent* to 3 cents in
Grades j through 6; and
that automatic incre-
ments be in sums of three
(3) cents annually, in-
stead of present two (2).
(c) That gradas 1 and 2 be
-eliminated and that the
present grade 3 become
grade 1. with all grades
moved up in sequence.
3. Increased tuition fees and
adequate retiremer
ice:
9. An
plan.
10. Policy on the hiring .
or an qualified policemen and profei
slonally-trained local raters.
11. Re conference held wit|
Director of the Railroads ar
Terminals Bureau.
12. Administering of propose
merit Increases for December ;
(Policy not being followed
some units).
Imposed.
sales In local-ra
Evyleen Wentworth Ramsay Cro-
nln. against charges that she A specjfication of
tfniih. rh^nrntrSen^rfh^ ments for a lar*e commercial proved m its entirety."" dTym~ actton7"she"iald "some at home "and abroad dufmVThe! parked "on" Gailard Highway ti^ri^r^'^^uaT^Workl^^f ?; ifiJ
iSEtH^SiLfiEr" d poe" 'helicopter" has been drawn up by She hopes to outlaw legalized still believe that the closing of. past fiscal year, E. Roland Har- Fort Clayton netted a $25 fine in wherrcomparable job perfotm- KlS?iS5J2& S t hf h,
'the corporation for circulation to prostitution-an Italian instltu- the houses would be worse, be- riman. Red Cross president said F
IS. Casn
stores.,
14. Collective bargaining .
the Panam Canal Company
Panam Canal Oovernmenl
Question of policy.
18. Institution of price con!
to Insure that there Is no
keted the difference.
lnheSfci hS? notif. ril the British lrcrBft Industry. tion dating as far back as record- cause then there would be'free'
lift r m.. ite^S^tff rht corporaon admits that ed history-and make honest prostitution.
SiS 7.SS-. ?,,"? *^ d.!? such a large helicopter cannot be women "of 40.000 house Inmates Asked If she thought -the out-
: produced quickly but to avoid ul- and street walkers registered lawing of legalized prostitution
today.
This year an additional six mil-
lion dollars will be required to
finance these services as the
to buy narcotics, liquor and love.
TWnrrW afllrl Ho n,rt,,M m*>s\ira tHI ipiinlUCCU IJUH.MV UU4, tu rt
Mr' cronln m hP Zh th Umate delay8 u *t*niaK initial with the police." ;ln France had worked, she an-!armed forces push toward an au-
dav to defend herself design studies now. Prostitution is perfectly legal|swered affirmatively and predict-thorized strength of four million
hurtnir lifi tiili'iiiiiii u The Society of British Aircraft and is government controlled in ed that government licensed;members,
rroniniald that amnni" nth; Constructors report meanwhile Italy. Each city has its own quo-1 houses of prostitution in Italy I Originally budgeted for the
thin*, < heHihhe* MiR nth art ithat BM^h designers are consid- ta of "houses of tolerance." There were "working behind the, 1950-51 July to June fiscal year
dnwn after nerforrranr-M at th2'erinK Plans Or a machine which,are 14 In Rome, where from two scenes" in stalling the bill, "but was 17& million. Then came Ko-
theater drew- her hath took Mr*'*111 comblne the hovering hell-to 15 girls are In business from 2 prejudices are mainly responsi- rea and the Red Cross field staff
" '" began to climb to keep pace with
the mushrooming armed forces,
overcome
Balboa Magistrate s Court today. Sws^re^TTOhS^buteh: 3 Murta?'
Maldonado Soto is a -year- ers, movie onerators. cashiers. a cw OI UT,n"
of her laundry and "if she wanted copter and tne hlKh speed xed-!p.m, to midnight. Off-hour cus- ble for the delay.
anything to drink, Id go out and TOffgil wou1q-
The first time she met Miss * *SSSES2&.11- &2 SSSS
Bankhead. at the Ziegfeld Thea-1"8 lnabiuty to fly fast between
iff j&'wareS &%? siftzi
tress greeted her with. "Oh hello. *J .^H" /"*. enu*n 525
darling, how are you?- "point-to-point, but needs long
"I said fine," Mrs Cronin test!- runways which are usually miles
fled. "She dropped her mink | away from the city s center.
coat on the floor and kept right
on going.
MATS Plane Goes
Down With 40
LOS ANGELES. Calif., Dec. 21
(UPA military air transport
with 40 military men aboard to-1
day crashed and burst into
flames in the Frazier Mountain
area of the Thachapi Mountain
dividing northern and southern
California.
HELD FOR LYINGE. Merl
Young, former RFC examiner,,
was indicted in Washington
by a Federal Grand Jury on
Charges of lying to a Senate
investigating committee and
to the Grand Jury itself.
Young was a chief witness
during the probe of RFC loans.
5 Eayptians Shot
By British Near
Suez Water Plant
CAIRO. Dec. 21 TJP1A Brit-
ish military spokesman at Is-
mailla said today five Eevntlans j
were shot dead last night bv
British trooDs near the Suez
water filtration plant. '
He said they were killed after
being surprised by a six-man
British oatrol of sappers. Three
other Egyptians were captured.
BALBOA TIDES
Saturday, Dec. 22
HIGH LOW
9:3S a.m. 4:02 a.m.
10:07 pjw. 3:47 p.m.
JTHE_SONCS OF CHRISTMAS"
FIRST TURNPIKE CRASH KILLS FIVE The oSeS'two
of five victims of the first fatal crash on the New Jersey
turnpike lie covered on the ground after the car in which
they were riding crashed into the rear of a truck near Burl-
mnon, n.j F.\o youpc Marines, all returning from leave in
New England, ^ere killed; a afc-th was injured seriously.
On Dec 1, 17 months after the
start of the Korean conflict,
there were 431 Red Cross men
and women serving the military
in the Far East. An additional
188 were stationed In Europe, and
101 others were bringing Red
Cross service to men and women
in uniform at such widely scat-
tered places as North Africa, the
Azores, Newfoundland, Alaska,
the Caribbean and the Hawaiian
Islands. Thirty-seven pending
assignments brought the total of
those in foreign service to 757.
An additional 1.760 are serving
at military Installations in the
continental United States for a
grand total of 2,400 field staff, an
Increase of about 45 per cent over
the 1.870 serving during the fis-
cal year ending June 30, 1950.
Captain Lindstrom
Back For Visit
Captain Oscar H. Lindstrom, a
veteran member of the Canal
Zone Police and Deputy Warden
of Canal Zone Penitentiary for
many, years, has returned to the
Zone fo ra six-week visit.
Captain Lindstrom retired in
June 1948 and since that time
{he and Mrs. Lindstrom have
been living In Bismarck. North
Dakota. He arrived Wednesday
nl^ht and is visiting at the home
of his niece and her husband,
Mr and Mrs. John H. Harris, of
Cocoll.
After leaving the Canal serv-
ice. Captain Lindstrom bought a
farm near Bismarck. He and Mrs.
Lindstrom, who did not accom-
pany him on thl strip, have since
moved to Bismarck.
year- ers, movie operators, cashiers,
old Puerto Rican soldier. | managers, chauffeurs, gas sta-
Extensive damage was suffer- tlon attendants),
ed by the parked vehicle, the! 6. Part-time and WAE employ-
court was told. ; ment trend (Commissary and
In other cases, a Panamanian I Docks),
truck driver, Joseph Federico' a. Hospital and medical service
Graves, 24, was fined $20 for fail- for disability relief recipients,
ure to keep to his right. I--------------------'------------1-------
A bus driver, Ruperto Alfredo
Nix, 34-year-old Panamanian, FrPCn PVPrv Hfttir
was fined $15 for starting hta.rr" CVery nOUT
vehicle on Gaillard HighwayY\m Tin Un,
without observing due safety. V/ll
Another bus driver, Leonard Le-
gare, 29-year-old Panamanian,
paid a $12.50 fine for putting out
passengers on Shaler Road at a
spot other than a bus stop.
GUbert Jos Guardia, 21, Pan-
amanian, was fined $10 for pass-
ing another vehicle in a no-pass-
ing zone.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 21
(UP)Asked at a news en-
ferenee if he cared to com-
ment "en the rash of scandals
in government today," John
L. Lewis replied:
"Not today. I haven't read
the noon editions yet."
US To Pay Biqgei
ShareOfUNCbsl
PARIS, Dec. 21 fUF).
United Nations General
aembly today approved the lij
budget of $48,008,780 of wr
the United States will pro^
38.9 per centthree times I
much as the other members
The U. S. abstained from
;ing.
U. S. delegate John M. Vc
explained the United States
Heves the United Nations ahoq
abide by Its own principle tl
i no single member shall i
more than one-third of the
ganlzation's costs.
Illustrated by Walt Scott
The ver* le rfendoTt "Messiofc'" were supplied by Chorlos
Jewsem, e sored librettist pi tf* 18rh century end something
Of a dandy Servants preceded Jennem when he alighted
rroei R) grand carriage, removing oyster shells and ether
^^^^ Utter from kn path.
n&dm fhift mitiftCff off fro** the world completely oNirfmj IWs
work oa "The MesMoh." Often as not he left untouched the
food broeght him by hit montervont. He completed the
orotorie ia 24 days, a stupendous task.
WTrr^"r4olWurehCkors,-ottlweadslrW.Two,we.rta-
rshed, the servant fooed him ot the table, tears Strseaiisa from
h eyes. "I did rhmk," said Hoadd, "I did see oH Heove. botare
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