The Panama American

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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:
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]
daily
normalized irregular

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Panama -- Panama

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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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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
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lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01332

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"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.

CANADIAN WHiSKVr ft
rWENTI-SEVENTH TEAR
PANAMA, B. P., SAT
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JEDAT. DEJC
EMBER 22, 1951
FIVE CfOflT
Four US Fliers To Be Tried By Hungary
For 'Criminal Intentions'; US Seethes
UN Offers To Swap
Sick,Wonded POWs
TOKTO, Dec. 22 (UP) The Nations prisoners held in North, send a group into these camps to
135 Miners
Feared Dead
In Coal Blast
possibly including wounded,in due time to the appeal broad- ," .. to
fu Gen William Dean. cast yesterday by United ,Na-1 We invited tnem J*
Tne Communist, flied only tlons Supreme Far But &-*"! >""ftemaelvesT
%utr ?1.7 JX..M XM.r t-hnlmander United states Gen. MM- duct to check for themselves h
rv desired.
If any o these prisoners indi-
cated a desire to return to North
Korea, they would be returned at-
the proper time.
"The Red negotiators did not
indieate acceptance or refusal of
this offer."
14-Year-Old
Gets 15 Days
For theft In CZ
Mai. Gen. William Dean. cast yesterday, by united .Na-
' The Communist replied only tlons Supreme Fa
that they' would consider the mander, United States Gen. Mat
DroDOsal thew Ridgwav. for permission lor they desired.
*^ International Red Cross repre-
,A United Nations spokesman!sentatlves to visit North Korean
said there was no more than a 50 prison camps,
per cent chance that the Reds
would agree to the humanitarian North Korean pen. Lee Bang
proposal Cho today hit back at United Na-
The United Nations of fer cam*., tlons charges that the Reds omlt-
durlng a hot exchange or charges ted more than 1,000 United Na-
that the United Nations and the tlons prisoners mostly Umte
Communists alike are withhold- (States troops from their list of
lng the. names,of thousands
prisoners.
o
These prisoner claims
plunged the Korean armistice
talks into a tew deadlock, possi-
bly shattering hopes .for a Ohriat-
mas trute.
11.559 prisoners with the coun-
tercharge that 44.259 names wegO
missing Iron the United Nation
have,Hat of 182,474 Communist prison-
ers.
The United Nations Command
has reported that part of this al-
A United Nations officer estl- leged discrepancy between Its list
mated that 7,000 Chinese and and the names previously *-,- XwWinn in I
North Korean prisoners now In: niched to the communlete ^^ ,nY rn "JKL
United Nations hospitals would through the International *d,boa llw
A 14^year-old Panamanian
boy, Gilberto Dixon, will spend
the next tfi days in Balboa Jail
be eilgVlelor change under the |Cross'waa due to screening of dayg l^VViikSY Lo?a i
proposal. prisoners to weed out South Ko- inJBW Tlvoll Lot, An
The number of sick and wound- reans who had been impressed i ei
ed amonr the 3,ls) United Sta
prisoner? and 8J6I pther Unl
lted 8tates! into the Red army.
Hector Yalta
Slightly Hurt
In Car Accident
Dlison has a
record. He was
lease.
Mmm~
camt
taken from an autom
I year-old-panamanlan boy Who
had no previous criminal re-
cord. .
A 34-year-old soldier, Marcos
Rlveiro, was fined 10 for driv-
ing 70 mph in a 40-mph rone
on Bruja Road.
Charles Chase, a 71-year old

Among the moves under con-
sideration are severing dlplo-
Japan Hopes To Lease
70 American Warskips
TOKYO, Dec. 22 (UP)
0 frigates!
Secret Police Chief Hector
Valdes was slightly injured this
morning when his car went
down into a ditch on the Tocu-
men Highway. J Tokyo, Dec. a tur>-
Pollce reports say Valdes lost' is "hopeful" of leasing 10
control-of his vehicle while and 50 patrol ships from the Barbadian, was fined $8 for tne;
passing another car. His in- United States to strengthen. Its theft of a half pound of lard
juris haVe confined him to bed defenses, according to the "Nip- valued at 14 cents. The theft]
,t home. pon Times" today. occurred at Ttvoli Commissary, i
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'Operation Star-Bright' Plays
To CZ Armed Fore es Audience
(NBA Telephoto)
WET WAR Preparing tor wet Korean weather, a Red sen-
try at the Panmunjom conference site gets his rain poncho
buttoned up by a white-gloved North Korean corporal of
the guard.

Defense Department Betters
Goal On Reserves Release
"Operation Star-Bright" play-! on some of the fastest moving
ed to its mast unusual audi- acts seen on the Isthmus for
ence this morning when this a long time,
newest of the U. S. O. Campl The Taylor 8isters;. Beverly,
Show of 31 Hollywood Stars I Shirley, and Patti. really sang
performed on Flamenco Island their way into the soldiers
For soldiers of the 704tb AAA, hearts, and were nolsly called
together with sailors and men back for encores. Another top
On Sunday the troupe will
entertain at Army and Navy
Installations on the Atlantic
side, with appearances at Fort
Sherman and Coco Solo. Mon-
day will be a free day- for the
Stars of Star-Bright, to shop in
I am happy to report,
Rosenberi
Mrs.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 22 (UP> can be held for 17 months, and
The Defense Department report- some exceptions can be made for
ed today it is running ahead of irreplaceable specialist
schedule in releasing reserves
and promised that few enlisted
reservists will be recalled against
their will in the future.
Assistant Secretary of Defense
Anna M. Rosenberg made the
report to Rep. Over ton Brooks
(D., La.), Chairman of a House
Armed Services Subcommittee on
WEST FRANKFORT, HI., Dec.
22 (UP)Authorities feared to-
day that up to 1S5 miners were
killed last night in an explosion
and fire 500 feet below ground
in the New Orient coal mine.
Coroner David Clayton aid
radio reports from 90 reacuers
fighting their way through the
flames and choking coal dust
in the mine's tunnels, said that .,
at least 40 were killed la*t nieht matic re,atlon "lth Hungary
consulates in the United State,
and banning United States cit-
izens from travelling to Hun-
gary.
The four fliers are: Capt.
John J. Swift of Glens Falls,
W. Y.; Capt. Dave H. Hender-
son of Shawnee, Okla.; Sgt.
James A. Elam of Klngsland,
Ark.: and Sgt. Jess A. Duff of
LONDON, Dec 22 (UP) The four-man crew of
the United States Air Force C 47 transport forced down
in Hungary by Russian fighters last month are to be tried
by a Hungarian court on charges of violating Hungary's
borders "with criminal intentions."
The news was carried in a Tass broadcast monitor*
ed here.
From Washington came immediate reports that the
Hungarian decision had sent tempere soaring at the
White House, in Congress, end right across the United
States. .
The State Department is considering o "get tough"
policy with Hungary, having decided any further protest*
would be useless unless backed by action to show the
Communists that the United States mean: business.
trapped with many feared dead.
Only four injured miners had
been rescued bv dawn.
Police Chief Jesse Car said
the injured miners are being
brought to the surface by res-
cue teams, working In 19-degree
temperatures. A temporary mor-
gue has been set up In the Cen-
tral High School gymnasium.
Clayton said there were 40
bodies in the mine shaft waiting i Ir!1!r i. J
to be removed.
The explosion last night de-
molished the mine's ventilating
system and rescue squads probed
in the darkened and dust-filled
shaft using portable oxygen
tanks to breathe. Each man car-
ried bto own light.
Minister Ordonez
Warns Terrorists
RP Police To Act
Minister of Government and
Justice Miguel A. Ordoes de-
clared today that policemen
would respond to any attack
against them and would arrest
all persons who attempt to pro-
voke acts of violence.
A meeting held In Santa Ana
last night produced no further
disturbance in the area, but the
square was heavily policed by
plainclothes men.
Ordonez said in future the
police will not make Individual
told BrooksT "that" the arresta in case of an outbreak
who are involved in the inci-
of violence but will arrest all
who are Involved hi the inci-
dent causing the disturbance.
The Minister said Thursday
night during the attack on the
offices of the Partido Nacional
their release schedule* for reserv-
ists In every respect.0
In her report, Mrs. Rosenberg
said:
"All Army veteran enlisted per-
of other detachments
Bmeeed' by Bob Hawk, ra-
dios most popular and highest
bald quizmaster, the how led" the soldiers some idea
flexible the human body
notch portion of the program
was presented by the three tal-
ented Rio Brothers, who gave
of how
can
off with a full treatment by the
frank Nelson 8tar-B right really be.
Band', composed of Edward E-
dell, Edgar Roemheld, Maurice This latest of the many fine
Fieffenbach. Kenneth Hume, U.S.O. Camp Shows is touring
and Frank Nelson.
Then 'the entertainment be-
|an in sarnest, with Bob Hawk
Joyce Mackenzie, Raymond
Walburn, Zachary Scott, Joy
Windsor, Harry Brown, Harry
Tyler, and Pat Moran putting
all Armed Forcea installations
on the Isthmus of Panama. To-
day the group showed at Fla-
menco Island, at an Installa-
tion near Pedro Miguel Locks,
are aare g^lggs'^",^^ *-5S SJST
Mrs. Rosenberg said the Navy
and in the U.S. Army Hospital of USARCARIB, and return to
at Fort Clayton. I Hollywood on. Jan. 4.
the Republic of Panama, or,hTreservVnroCTam Brooks and sonnel who were Involuntarily "',,,?' "', \k. ?r.,?
visit the interior country. Mon, ot^r members^Congress have called from the volunteer and I Racionario the traffic po-
dgy at 8:30 pm. they will pre- & highly critical of the way i Inactive reserve were released by Ueeman on duty at Santa Ana
sent another show $ the Fort SKel weri recall ed to duty,1 Dec. 20. All Air Force enlisted !weAjor^_ to Jej^flat to hta
Kobbe Theater.
On Christmas day the group
will split up and visit various; an" '' Force plan no further
units of the Armed Forces for!c8,ii8 0f unpaid enlisted reserv-j
dinner and impromtu enter- mts with prior service. She add-
talnment. Also 6n the agenda
is a visit to Hotel FJ Panama.
Departure date is. set for
Wednesday. The troupe will
next show in the Antilles area
The plane
disappeared
fro
Belgrade,
Nov.
Germany, to Belgrade, Yugo-
slavia, t
Just two weeks later the Mos-
cow radio reported that Soviet
an Army transport plane and,
being supplied with military
operational maps, radio station
equipment, parachutes and sn
forth, as indicated in our notea
of Dec. 3 and 11. did not fly
over Hungarian territory fo:#
the purpose of delivering mat,
but with the criminal aim o'
dropping spies and saboteu
on the territory of Hungary.
"On the basis of the above
mentioned, and taking Into ac-
count the fact that the gov-
ernment of the United State*
has not considered It necessary
to satisfy the Hungarian gov-
ernment's lawful demands, at
expressed in the notes of Dec
3 and 11, for the strict punish-
ment of the persons responsible
for the organising of the Amer-
Air Force plane* had forced it lean Army transport piane'i vtor
to land in Hungery, and thelitioq of the Hurigdrian bouny
iremedltatattajfc.
-i e.~w of
aplane fer trie* e*
persons who violated the Hun-
garian boundary with crimina!
intentions."
RP To Limit Hours
C-47 was carrying supplies from
Munich to the Belgrade embas-
sy, and had vanished after ra-
dolng that it was being fired
on by Hungarian border guards.
Tass had reported earlier, in
disclosing that the plane had!
been forced down In Hungary, a mi IIH, j.
that it had a portable field ra-.flf AlTllllC PlfOlS
dlo in "Soft packing and with Wl uraiv rnwu
a device for dropping.'' and six y jaa li*Llm*
parachutes not for the crew but If) IMI pi 011 ll
for "some other purposes," as '
well as "several packs with JO
warm blankets ready to be
dropped down from the plane."
U. 8. Air Force spokesmen
have explained that the equip-
ment carried by the C-47 was
only standard fixtures for the
safety of the crew normally
carried In flights during
Commercial pilots operntlns
in Panama will be limited t >
100 hours of flying time per
month bv a resolution 'which
will be issued by the Civil Aero
nautics Deoartment within the
next few days.
Civil Aeronautics Director
the i Marco A. Gelabert said the re-
winter over rugged terrain such solution also will specify that
aa lies between Munich and no commercial pilot emplyoed as
Belgrade.
The announcement
of the
a flier by local airlines can be
the mechanic as well as pilot of
trial gave no clue to where the a plane, which is the current
Americans are, or in what court J?ractlce.
they would be tried. f This moto is one of several
According to the Tass Broad- being adontod by the Depart-
east, the noted handed by Hun- ment to cut down on the num-
garian Deputy Foreign Minister ber of light-plane accidenta
Andor Berel to United 8tates which have resulted in six
charge d'affaires in Budapest, deaths recently.
George Abbott, last night stat-; Gelabert said most of tho
ed: pilots emploved by local air-
'The government of the Hun-1 lines now fly more than 125
garian Peoples Republic const- hours each month, and point-
ders it fully established that an; ed out that in the U. S. and
American plane which violated; other countries flyers are llmit-
the Hungarian boundary was ed to 90 hours per month.
CZ DA s Office Answers
By Cabbie Against Zone
Charges
Off icia Is
ed that the Army thinks it can
reduce calls originally scheduled
for such men.
Meanwhile, Draft Director Le-I
wis B. Hershey announced that
about 300,000 4-F's, previously!
rejected by the Armed Forces for
mental reasons will be reexam-j
ined next month.
as "JSsL^^
S SST'jss-asiSK'; suss "u" *TO"" te vt&sgSsBSs&a&aB
might Qualify for service |nian taxidriver, makes serious "The decision
Hershev said that about 25,000 accusations against the U8 Dis-.|the case at this
mental 4-Fs will be called for triet Attorney office and theitlvated by lack
second examinations each month! Canal Zone Police a statement .government mo/eai io <"*m"*( M'SV'a? ^eueTof WeTuber- vantage of the occasion to cross
U have been decked., made ^^S^^^^^TL & Soun*. cnlar^a.^ "" the boundary
his tubercular,count on the statement of two
more than 10 months.
A translation of Arosemena's cut of the auromobile Jhich I
leter El Panrma Amrica fol- drive in Panama and made me
nirs- walk more or less to the spot
"Dear Sir- *hre h *' when he nred th*
I would appreciate the pub- shot that injured me./fomthere
a warfl in uorgaa
was kept In-
tbout my family
catlon ir. your accredited news- I was taken u.
paper of the following explana- Hospital where I
t'on which 1 was not able tolcommunlcado w!tl
Under the law, enlisted reaerv-'torney Kay Fisher. that the serious Illness of the de-
ists on inactive or non-pay sta-: iendant precludes the feasibility
tus who are veterans of World The statement was made by of the government going forward
War II can be held in service no Mrs, Fisher alter she was shown1 with the prosecution at this time,
i Officers:an English trrnslation (printed; "The original charge could be
ibelow > of the "Letter to the Edit- re-filed and prosecuted by this
T'or" of El Panam America In:office at any time within the
irla I Wave RlO Seailwhich Arosemcaa stated that the! statute of limitations that thls;i... ".... .."^"-nowtn anvth
re> Acting Dlstrk; Attorney recent- of flee considers it expedient to make P"'V'0UST because I was *n"* j*3J^| SppYr n was
^nfn"the newspaper which you c-mmented that I was not tried
gainst him of assault with "a not mo'tTvated .n toCy way by the"* worthll> dirctan article^an- because I
8T. JOHNS, Newfoundland, deadly weapon for reasons other handling of the arrest by the feared on November i i*st in
Dec. (UPi-A tidal wave ac-'than the one stnted to the Judge.Canal Zcne policeman." 'H11!" x w*s B'1C, n.n.i 75
companied by high tides and; Ms Fisher's statement fol- Records In Bnlboa Magistrates tried to run o\er a i^anai one
mountainous seas damaged five lows: Court show thct on Oct. 19. 1951. Policeman
southern Labrador fishing vll- -There is an overwhelming! A r o s e m e na was convicted of This accu's.ion
UO I .LmJaii VIUwa* lv requested dismissal in Balboa dc so.
lili LlDraaOr vliiageA|MBKistrate'g cmrt of a charge' -Decision to iisk dismissal was I
"I am convinced that I was
uot tried because the Judge
fcund out about the policeman's
mistake and sought this excuse
U keep me from being called to
THE HOLLYWOOD TROUPE was, greeted by B rig. Gej>. Emil C. Kiel (far right) on arrival at
Albrook last nicho.
lages. according to a
message received today.
delayed amount of evidence at hand tjspeeding 35 n-nh 1 a 3mphtttd~ 'i. show'add^ net of_ the trial and telling my story
High water and
support the charge of assault rone and was fined $7*0 He several shots tired at ma By jnj
a'100-mph[with a deadly .veapon tan auto-,elected tc serve out Wl fine Tone po""ta^nTS.,!3*
icoaMon ofimobUe' lodge against Aroseme- [rather than oay and at that me while ^*J"-p*nmTu1!,
II
tc serve out his fine It-one policeman one wounded
rind forced the evacuation ofJmobUe' lodge against Aroseme-[rather than oay and et th.tjtne while I *'-
000 persons from vephenvlUe. na, and two,other leaser ehargeslUme was ceonmitted te Oorgaalterritory. To prove true I can
What happened is that since
I gm a Panamanian of the poor
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OWNID NO pulimb IY THI PANAMA AMERICAN PSS, INC.
FOUNDID Y NILWN ROUNSEVILL IN IMS
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porsisn rlfrisintativis- joshua b. power. inc
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SATURDAY, DtOatK M,
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FOR IX MONTHS, IN ADVANCS .
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Walter Winchel
In New York
Labor News
And
Comment
BROADWAY
Broadway lost one of its dauthters in the plane crash at
Elisabeth, N. J... .Doris Ruby, a delightful dancer, who was Mia-
m.-bound to be a feature at The Vagabonds on Biscayne Blvd...
The night before she died Doris went to Greet Sherwood's apart-
ment where she demonstrated her new act, costumes and all...
Gregg, a show girl, was her best pal...She urged Doris not to
fly. "You don't open for another ten days," she told Doris. "Wait
a.few days. You may get a cancellation on the established lines"
.. But Doris said she couldn't risk it.. .That this was one of her
best opportunities.. .To have her act seen In a big time spot...
Now she is (one.. .This was the kind of kid she was.. .Last Win-
In at Martha Raye's 5 o'Cloek (among a ringside group of ten),
she was asked why she lingered in Florida... "No fare home," she
raid.. The stranger who asked her thatslipped her SIM.. ."Oh,"
Doris said, "I couldn't take it" "Never give back money," he
told her.. .Doris went home to New York and when she got book-
ingsnever failed to send the fellow a 5-spot or more... She paid
it bark in fullthe day before she perished.
White Christmas
Times Square Ticker: The Rcbert Taylor-Barbara Stanwyck
remarriage, expected by many of their pals, aprears remote. They
are happier being Friends lnsteaa of Being Married.. .Judy Gar-
land gave the Palace a guarantee she will stay until Feb. 28. Tic-
ket brokers list her among the Hits to See.. .Screen Album will
hit the stands with Shelley Winters and her ex-fiance Farley
Granger on the cover of Its Sweetheart Issue. Oops!.. .Page 76 of
Look mag discloses that the President doesn't really turn on the
lights of the White House Christmas tree though he says he does
In the annual Christmas Eve broadcast. Adelaide Moffett who
headlined as a cafe society thrusn Is making a grim decision...
Victory Girls are back chasing servicemen In case you don't think
there's a war on... Critic John Mason Brown is the victim of a
check forger.
Mrs. Danny Kaye (Sylvia Fine) caught what goes on in a
child's mind when she contributed this: "It's a funny thing about
Santy Clans. It suddenly Just came to me. I saw him in all the
department stores. And he never looked the same to me. In Macy's
he was tall and fat. In Gimbel's he was short and flat. At Rogers
Feet he was red as a beet. At Lord & Taylor he looked much
paler. At F. A. O. Schwars his nose had warts. Next day at Sears
they disappears! Then came an even worse dilemma. Two of
him were at Hammacher Schlemmer. Poor old Santy Claus. alack
and alas. How does he know It's him in the Looking Glass?"
Wanda Hendrix is gay again since meeting film newcomer
Robert Arthur. He resembles her ex, war hero Audle Murphy, no
little...Beatrice Lillie has a title for her unwiltten blog: "Bea-
Bops Fables".. .Henry Fonda has *10,000 In hU new hit, "Point of
No Return"...Show Biz was never more prosperous for many.
You can't buy the back page of Variety until March... Some hotels
" have a solution to the tremendous loss lrt silverware...If you
**Iitla room service and a spoon or salt shaker Is missing. It goes
en your bill.. .Add Inflation Note: Most Broadwa" bootblacks are
charging 2-bits.. .The ad campaign for RKO'a "Double Dynamite"
(starring Jane Russell. F. 8lnatra and Grouchc) Is sure to bring
squawks from bluenoseslouder than those over "The Outlaw."
When the Yule season approaches we are always reminded of
a New Yorker, long gone, who never failed to hand out crisp dol-
lar bills to mendicants at the corner of Broad v. ay at 42nd Street
on Christmas Eve.. .The beggars and crashers from all over the
eltj stood In long lines for his handout.. .They never knew the
name of their benefactor.. .A retired merchant named Ben E.
Faetor. .,
Movie jlivlddnds slipped two mlllliij this yearcompared tf
last year.. .The 39 backers of "I Am a Camera" Just cut tnelYtUBH
melon: $13.000. One of the quickest returns in many show sea-
sons. .Bette Davis Is breathing easier since getting an okay after
a thorough hospital checkup.. .June Havers new romance is a
physician...Wallace Beery's daughter Carol Ann is Dick Wln-
slow's new partner on and off stage. The late Bill "Bojangles"
Robinson's dancing shoes are no.v on display In N. Y. City's Mu-
seum.. .The gold-spun evening gown singer Eartha Kitt wears at
La Vie En Rose Is the gift of a French gov't biggie she met there
last month. Cost him over 700.000 francs.. Isn't Rita Hayworth's
divorce from Aly long overdue?. .We hope Tallulah Isn't worried
about the smears. No one can throw- a stone high enough to reach
a star...On the day the headlines screamed: "Joan Bennett's
Mate Shoots Her Agent." one newspaper had a syndicated article
signed by her titled: "Learn to Live In the Real World."
ciLDAHY mwmm
MERRY-GO- ROUND
ly IIIW M.MOH
By Victor Riesel
When John Lewis gets a cold,
he shuts himself up In that
graceful old antique-filled Vir-
ginia home of his and lets the
world go by.
Well, the other day, sniffles
and all, he drove Into Washing-
ton and now President Truman,
his White House troubleshooters,
and several thousand steel and
coal operators say be "shoulda
stood in bed."
Lewis came out to determine
whether he could serve notice
on the country on the west-
ern world for that matter
that he plans to end peace In
the coal fields some six weeks
from today. Feb. to be exact.
Then he went back Into silence,
an affable, courteous, old man
with a time-bomb In hit
pocket.
For whatever else he is. the
sllver-maned Lewis still is the;
grand strategist. It Is as vhp once
told me more social days: "What
do you exnect the coal miners
to do. strike in the summer
heit of July?"
John Lewis knows he has the
western world bv Its coal tove
and huee industrial ovens. We're
carrying coals to Newcastle, for
we're runninpr huge supplies of
the fuel to EuroDe.
So einerately nnder-sup-
-'I i r-n-pr, n-;iii.. m..,<
.....- ....._ ......
power shortage In the Eng-
r H- tirve left the sunny
Mi"tfw-"s, and r>re p-
rominr. O course. Lewis
knows all this.
8o Feb. recording to his cur-
rent, tratar, h* will rive the
nation in general, the coat ln-
di'strv J Particular and the
huge steel mill owners bv indi-
rection, BO Hay notice tht *f.
ter March 31. np new contract
filled with new gains no
work. Go mine noaj with court
orders or bayonets.
Of course, those two months
will be marked bv work holidpvs
tn the 'haracteristic easy fash-
ton vt'h which Tewl oermlts
h'mself to be irritated Into work
stoppages as he tries to forre
the nation to consume the 80
days of coal siiDplies now above
ground In vital mil's, rail yards
and public rjower plants.
No one need doubt that Lewis
wnnts to helo his coaldlgeer
Hf r">lthpr can anyone doubt
that there's no feud like an old
fend.
Which brings us right un to
Phil Murray, a furious man In duct. aiid do not fancy blackstrap, which is the
a battle for his steelworkers vr man's substitute for aweetenln'.
For years Lewis has tried to ln Britain, I learn from a sensible piece In
ret more In his contacts than the Woman's Home Companion, blackstrap la
Never Say Diet
By BOB RUARK
The Street of Dreams and Lights Is getting great competition
from Park Avenue's 84.000 watt display of $5 ft tall evergreens at
three-block intervals. The spectacle covers an area of St streets
.. .The wreath on the Empire State Bldg.25 ft. ln diameter.
Nine men install it annually at a cost of $800 .The Incredible
sound of "Silent Night" and "Noel" coming out of the Juke-boxes
In the 42nd Street ginmills.. .The blind fiddler's carols near Car-
negie Hallas bleak and expressionless pedestrians pass by...
The 40th Street delicatessen window which features tinsel-wrap-
ped salami* The 47th Street and 7th Av-nue Santa, whose
Purple Heart medal is pinned to his red flannel uniform.. The
preud sign on an East Side synagogue: "Merrv Christmas to All!"
...The tallest Christmas Tree in the World at Radio City. It
weighs 10 tons, is 82 ft. high, and has 7500 lignts.
minie
The Doughnut Corner on Broadway at 4bth where derelicts
are given free cakes every 3 a. m At Yuletlde they are Invited ln
for eoffee...The lunch-hour crush along West 34th where the
stores doing the poorest business are restaura'ts The W. 57th
Street fur store displaying a Santa wrapped in a $7500 mink...
The holly wreaths for sale ln a Madison Avenu? floristsome sell-
ing for only $1,000.. .The legendary 5th floor at Macy's Toyland,
where atom-splitting sets and miniature bomb-sights have re-
placed the old-fashioned kiddy-kar.. White-haired ladles and
adolescent girls carefully selecting lush-looking gifts from the
$198 counter at the 54tlO...The happiest looking people in the
worldbuying electric trains, teddy bears and doll.. .The Salva-
tion Army girls Real Jingle Belles
The latest in holiday greeting cards in a Park Avenue store:
"Merry Christmas to My Psychoanalyst".. .The starchy attitude
of clerks in mldtown retail likker stores. Among the biggest holi-
day profiteers Block-long lines around the Music Hall for the
19th year to tee the Xmasterpiece. "The Nativity" .Deacon Kel-
ly, the chef at Hanson's Drug Store (on the 51st and 7th corner).
who delivers the Christmas sermon at a Harlem parish...The
swank Jewelry stall (near the Waldorf) show-casing a special gift
for housewives: A diamond, emerald and ruby studded thimble.
For J4S5 The Jewelry ahop (on 47th near 5th) with the most
glittering greeting In town: "Merry Christmas" spelled ont In
diamond chips.
Wnf
CANADIAN WHISKY j
Now.. .6
Tears Old!
[Sfngraufi
ism wee*
1*8*
Old John bv becoming the most
be'nPd of labor leaders.
So this nation is heading
into its roughest labor weath-
er in vears. Just follow this:
Phil Marra* has palled an old
miner's triek by calling for
strike action to sllenoe steel
and alnmlnntn mills In we'l
ner 2*0 communities (. S.
?eel done ha nlants In >,
centers. In the coal and
steel industries, the 1.500,008
men, toughened by the dark-
ness of the pita and the heat
of giant furnaces, know that
there Is little work In a week
sni't by a ma'nr holiday.
The steel strike will hit the
nation Wednesday. Jan. 2. a day
slower! bv absenr-es and easv
pace. That would leave Just
Thursday and Friday lost to real
"no-'iioHnn.
The men go back Monday Jan
7. pfter losing a few hundred
thousand tons of steel, which
can be made up easily ln over-
time. Then Murray accedes to
the President's demand and
postpones further action.
If he grants 30 days, he runs
right Into John Lewis' February
1st deadline.
If he actually strikes for a few
weeks, which inside White
House sources believe unlikely,
he runs Into Lewis anywav.
Then the government and the
big steel operators, who also
own mines and deal with Lewis,
are ln a vise.
The government must be as-
sured of coal and steel for for-
eign and domestic use. Yet it
must give Murray's men so
much that John Lewis ean't. a
few weeks later, come up with
more for his coal diggers, many
of whom are the brothers and
fathers of steelworkers, living
ln the same house.
Yet if the government. In
those closed Washington par-
leys, comes through with enough
to send the steel crisis, it faces
still another problem the old
feud.
Lewis will want still more from
the coal industry, which, even
he has admitted in private. Is In
tough shape and may not be
able to pay. Then It becomes a
matter of ego.
What dees he ask of the
coal industry, many of whose
miners an now Jobless or
working part time because its
salesmen ean't tell eeal to t"-e
hardhlt small biis4neinen
across the nation? Coal today
if one of the few vtala which
Isn't selling at ceiling prices
because not enough people are
buying the black fuel.
So what doe* Lewis do? He's
already drawing $150.000.000 a
; year in royalties for his welfare
I fund. He'll get paid holidays and
-?ter vacations for his people.
But. rest assured, so will Phil
Murray, So that won't be any
moral victory.
What does Lewis do? Not even
he knows now. But hell decide
soon. Then the time-bomb goat
off.
NEW YORK. The food faddlam that afflicts
us ln the form of blackstrap molasses, yogurt,
wheat germ and brewer's yeaat, all recommend-
ed by opportunists with commercial axes to
grind, has generally become the biggest bore
since the prevalence of pills became a national
preoccupation.
It seems to me that ever since Greta Garbo'a
eld boy friend, X Gaylord Hauser, wrote that
book, no good hausfrau with a tongue to wag
haa ceased wagging It.
I come to you pure ln body as well as ln
spirit.
I waa raised on sorghum, also a molaaaas pro-
old fellow coal swrter. the not even considered fit for human consumption, arm's length.
eutenant of. 30. year* aicatni by order of theiMlnlstry of/ood. 2 a tf froo dtf not sh
ftion battlps.'wno daKtir#sMFefi This yogult thing seemsfH IrUsrture, Of pun
ly obtainable. Concentrate on selecting these
foods let your physician worry about vitamin
pills. If you choose the right foods you won't
need the pills."
I am a devotee of the old nostrums sul-
phur-and-molaases ln the spring, and sassafrass
tea for the system's sake, with a little calomel
on the side, but only because they taste so bad
they ennoble the spirit.
I never thought they did much good except
to make the cpnsumer humble ln the presence
of God and man. '
But I swear by the asafoetlda-sack tied round
the neck as a cure-ll for everything. Asafoe-
tlda smells worse than second-day garlic, and is
guaranteed aa a curative only because the
wearer reeks so high nobody can come near him.
This keeps all sorts of germs and viruses at
chalk and water, and tastes like It
It is not scientifically supposed to contain
more calories, calcium and vitamins than or-
dinary milk, and costs a lot more.
Concerning wheat germ, the doctors say that
it has about the same amount of vitamins con-
tained ln an ordinary balanced diet. They also
say that the modern enriched white bread, or
light bread, as we used to call It, contains all
the muscle of whole wheat, and tastes a sharp
shot better.
None of these gastronomic crutches, which
cause ladies to believe that usage will make
them lovelier, feel better and live longer, have
entered the gullets contained in my household,
but everybody seems to be up and about. How
long we will live I cannot say, but at least we
do not approach the evening meal with loath-
ing.
Nor have we Jumped overboard on the pill
business.
It pleases me to read the following: "The
properly supervised use of vitamin preparations
la of great value to the people who need them,
but the widespread notion that Indiscriminate
consumption of vitamin pilla leads to better
health plays right Into the hands (and bank-
rolls) of the faddist."
Also, as quoted from Dr. Elmer Nelson of the
Food and Drug Administration:
"Foods that supply $11 the vitamins are readi-
_ y<*M" neighbor's wealth of
muertes. 'It all nStratta So old animal axlojf
that you can come to no harm It you merely
keep away from people.
I am apt to argue about the value of nutri-
tion as a result of seeing perfectly healthy peo-
ple who eat lust the one thing fish, flesh,
fowl, or starch, and seem to keep healthy.
The African native lives off a diet of starch
mealle. or Kaffir corn porridge, and little else,
and the prettiest teeth ln the world an found
in the depths of Tanganyika.
Mexican kids thrive on a stock fan of frijoles
and tortillas, red beans and flour cakes.
Eskimos eat raw fish and raw. fat meat, and
very nttlp else.
Australian aboriginals do well on a repaat of
cmbworms and occasional wormy raw meat.
Bernard Shaw and Bernarr MacFadden lived
forever, almost, on grass and nuts.
Nobody has proved yet that spinach has any
virtue save land and a tendency to taste like
nothlnr. If carrots make you see in the dark I
m willing to save on carrots and buy a flash-
light.
Just because a given food tastes bad does not
automatically make It nourishing.
You mav have Mr. Oavlord Hauser and all the
Dill peddlers. Pass the pork chops. Pappy, and
pare the conversation. Junior don't ntd no
yogurt to enrichen bis Ufe. and even the hogs
sneer at blackstrap molasses.
Drew Pearson says: New administrations feature araf
cleanups; Major tax cases settled under Morgenthai.
regime; Inadequate Truman appointees please gam-
biers.
-. TntaK1T "*** of Dnw Vereon'e penetrating columns
on the subject uppermost ln the nation's mindgraft in the
collection of income taxes.)
t WABHINOTON.Almost every administration when It
takes office uses a new broom when It comes to tax evasion" M
cleans up at the expense of the administration which precede
it Then It leans on the broom. -wu prsceae
Part of this broom-leaning, ol courae, Is because the graft it
would have to clean out later Is its own graftTancT^heciean-url
would hurt people In high places "sm-ur
Thus, Just as Roosevelt came Into office, an Important st
was made toward a tax-fraud cleah-up *^^; n
Bi.iActf^A ll w?" ,t8it?d by Republican piogresaivt Senators
Blalne of Wisconsin and Brodkhart of Iowa two monthTbtfon
Roosevelt was Inaugurated, but continued by FDR with Ule *m
sccutlon of Andnw Mellon, the man entrusted with coM?r
taxes under Hoover and Coolldge. and of Charles E Mlteheir
president of the National City Bank. ""f *. useneu
A total of $6,387,137 was also collected from Benedum Trees I
the Pittsburgh oil millionaire, and public attention witVSuled^J
Today, Washington has the famed Mellon art gallery becauaJ
the former Secretary of the Treasury realized he would hav. L
win public support with a magnificent gesture If he were
escape criminal prosecution for tax evasion.
* ,, MORGENTHA-S TAX SYSTEM
ft^H Hn g thlf tax c ea,n-.uP. the Roosevelt administration,
settled down to a long period of reasonably honest tax^ectmaf
rti discussed in a later column. But eager-beaver Henry Moma"
thau made such a equawk about them that even FDR was ret-
luctant to arouse Henry's Ire. I
Furthermore, Morgenthau bum up the most efficient tax.l
collecting system this country had ever aeen TOl nx J
His counsel of Internal Revenue waa Robert Jackaon. who am
such an outstanding Job that he was latei" l&ted to tt V
E5ne*{&,rtL'PlUi lne cWef 0? tatolligene* unit waian In-
corruptible old tyrant named Elmer Irey
,. in Jfcckson,s, old place, Truman appointed weak-sister Charle
OUphant recently a pathetic witnessTbeore the iSng commit
vililMt iPPomted W. h\ Wool?, nest butno
AS Commissioner of Internal Revenue Truman aDDolntad
mediocrity named[George Schoeneman, who previouslyliad been
mixed up In a matter which could not bear the light of day whUi
?i.2eRLty commissioner he appointed Dan Bollch. wh6t when hi
look the oath of office, received so many flowen that the swear J
ln$-to ceremony looked like a gangster's funeral 7
i.. -SRSSHf1' tB lot of ?eople were owJoyed that Bollch should
be collecting taxes, and some of them later turned out to
gangsters.
. ." theae, appointments were made after Bob Hknnegan, frlenJ
of the blg-clty bosses, took over the Democratic National O.
mlttee and the political fortunes of Harry Truman.
SACROSANCT FRANKIE COSTILLO .
When Hannegan was promoted from Commissioner of -,
Mrnal Revenue to Natlonaf Chairman, he appointed as his sus
cessor Joseph Nunan, who'had been collector m New York. Nuna
v u?\ i*,e.Ured Hu?h Mermen, forthright chief of the Ns
York, '"l*111*?1"* unit, replacing him with Dan Bollen.
In this key spot Bollch had the power of tax life or deas
over big-shot gamblers, big business, or anyone else ln New To
u, hiteiJ una S^Ped out to practice law. leaving behind 1
his friend Dan Bollch, who became deputy commissioner inWS
lngtonthe No. 2 spot for collecting the taxes of the entire
tlon. v
Among Nunan's clients, incidentally, were the nlght-clJ
owners of Now York, which Includes the king of the gamble
$ AteaflKn}tlis time
Matter Of Fact
By JOSEPH ALS0P
res then brought
WASHINGTONThe President has pictures- Caudle, the third-rater who _
quely and quite truthfully told the country that himself with the recond rater, was
''wrongdoers have no house with him." into the Justice Department by Clark.
But the underlying explanation Of the rash of The real point about Caudle is, quite clearly,
corruption In the Administrationwhich is cer- not that he is dishonest, but that he Is hopeiles-
tainly required at this timerone the leas lies ly third rate.
ln Harry S. Truman's character
The trouble Is that the President gives house-
room, not to wrongdoers, but tc hopeless second-
raters, who ln turn admit the third and fourth-
raters to the Administration's house.
In the second Truman administration, more-
over, the second-raters have gained noticeably.
Secretary of the Treasury John Snyder and
Major General Harry Vaughn we have had al-
ways with us.
But ln Truman s first period he at least con-
sulted and mainly followed an extremely able
Like most of the other Federal employes Im-
plicated in the Influence racket, the wretched
Caudle has dispensed hundreds of thousands
Fierhaps even many millions of dollars worth of
avors. ln return for a few thousands of dollars
worth of pleasure flattery and luxury.
The big money has been made by the smart
men who got around Caudle, and then proceeded
to sell him at so much a pound
One would have more respect tor men like
Caudle If they were big thieve on their own; but
In fact they are mainly petty favor takers, who
personal advisor Clark Clifford, on questions of trsde lunches, dinners airplane trips, holidays
domestic policy; and he left foreign and defense
matters to the brilliant men than in charge of
then problems.
The keynote of the second Truman adminis-
tration was struck when Louis A Johnson re-
placed James V. Forrestal at the head of the
Defense establishment whllj the President's ap-
pointments secretary. Matt Connelly began to be
regularly consulted on policy matters.
It Is probably complimentary to call the Con-
nellys, the Vaughans and the Donald Dawsons
mere second-raters.
Here the story of Theron Lamar Caudle Is a
case ln point.
Supreme Court justice Tom Clark, the clue to
the Caudle story, is a former oil lobbyist befon
the Texas Legislature who gut. Into the Justice
Department ln the Roosevelt administration un-
der the patronage of Senator Tom Connally of
Texas.
Before Roosewelt's death, he Ingratiated him-
self with Truman and Democratic National
Truman and -
Chslrman Robert Hannegan: and when Pnsi-
?.ent Truman succeeded President Roosevelt, the
ormer oil lobbyist was elevated to the Attorney "Disloyalty" Is the only charge
OeneraUhip. And so the rot continues.
ln Florida, small loans and above all flattery for
the enormous benefits which the Federal govern-
ment now has in its gift
They get the perfumed gnase, which Is cheap
and nasty. The people who get the cash, which is
at least relatively durable and eertainly not nasty,
are the middlemen who do the favors, and the
businessmen who deal with the middlemen.
The second raters ln the White House and the
third raters like Caudle may not have, and pro-
bably do not have any direct relationship with
one another.
But as long as government service In the high-
er brackets is temporary and non-profeasienal,
the presence of the second raters in the White
House Is $ strong support and guarantee for the
third raters everywhere else.
The second raters have much the same stand-
ards of conduct as the third raters; the differ-
ence is that they an considerably men sharp.
As many experiences have proven, the second
raters an the mortal enemies of the first rate
man, who might clear the third raters out of the
government.
Meanwhile the President will not fire subor-
dinates for inefficiency and seeond-rateneu
sloner, wso? hatching CsleBSTor^sslwrMnnection with"
dope rackets.
But, because of his limited staff, he had the help of U
ternal revenue agents. This was a natural cooperation, since
narcotics and revenue are under the Treasury.
But suddenly BoUch demanded that the 12 revenue men
taken off the CoStello assignment. Anslinger protested, but it
no good.
.A?1*? *Pexi i0"0*1"* Costello for some time,'and report
Bollch's lack of interest In Costello to Tom Clark, then attornl
general, who promised to see that the agents were kept
Costello. I
However, the Justice Department has not even moved to di
port Costello for periury in connection with his natralisatio
meanwhile, Bohoh played a part ln delayln* prosecutkmf o3
c^llf I? ,*mUnK c**d** Guaranty Finance Comps
'J SHOT MORALE
Naturally, all this makes tor discouragement among the manj
tsx agents whose lob It U to collect the nation's taxes.
Backbone of the tax organization Is the Intelligence unlfi
made up of some of the highest type men In Internal revenue
It is their Job to detect fraud These men are trained in
rutes of evidence and know their business.
When they have .finished an Investigation, and when
recommendation for prosecution has been OK'd by the s.
special agent and the special agent in charge of a division, it -
almost Inconceivable that they have recommended prosecution ol
an Innocent man.
Yet during the Truman Administration about 00 per cent of
the tax-fraud cases later have been quashed in one of '
places:
1) The chief counsel's office under Charles OUphant, nowl
resigned.
2) The Justice Department's tax division under Lamarl
Caudle, also resigned.
2) u. 8. attorney's offices ln different parts of the UJA.
The details of how this has been done will be told in a sub-
sequent column.
St meanwhile discouragement and frustration hie spread I
h the ranks of the many honest tax collectors aid special j
agento as never before.
One agent ln the field can collect about $80 for every dollar |
spent on his salary and expensesone of the biggest untai
sources of revenue tn the nation.
Yet, thanks to politics and corruption at the top, w nivel
.started on the path of the tax-evading nations of Europe here
failure to Collect taxes is the first step toward Inequality and
eventually Communism,
CASA FASTLICH
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US-Wide Steel Strike Threat
Lands In Presidential Lap
WASHINGTON, Dec. 22 (UP)
President Truman today was
handed the troublesome task of
heading off a Jan. 1 steel strike
which threatens to derail the
defense production Just as It Is
hitting full speed.
The deadlocked steel wage de-
pute was dumped on the White
House doorstep by Federal me-
diation director Cyrus.ff.Chlng
after a day and a half of "fruit-
less" talks here with top Indus-
try and union officials.
CIO President Philip Muray
stood firm on his notice that
650,000 steelworkers will walk out
on New Year's Day unless they
are granted a wage Increase of
181/ cents an hour and otner
contract benefits.
Industry spokesmen refused to
make a counter wage offer, con-
tending that any pay hikes now
would have to be covered by price
increases which would set pfi
"another round of ruinous lnfla-
Chlng said neither side budged
an inch during his personal me-
diation attempts, and that he
had no choice but to refer the
dispute to the President as a
deadlock. ...
Informed quarters expectea
Mr. Truman to pass the hot
potato swiftly over to the Wage
Stabilisation Board. The board
has the power to recommend
settlement terms In defense
emergency strikes, and pre-
sumably would call on Murray
to postpone a walkout until its
non-blndlng recommendation
are made. .
Industry leaders were reported
to liave proposed that the Pres-
ident invoke the Taft-Hartley
law, which provides for 80-day
antl-strlke lhj unctions
But there was no indication in
Administration circles that Mf-I
Truman would choose this
course. ,
There is widespread feeling In
Capital quarters that a strike to
almost Inevitable.
The steelworkers' policy com-
mittee has deprived Murray of,
authority to accept any settle-
ment proposals which may be
advanced by the wage board. Any
such proposal must be passed
upon by a special union conven-
tion scheduled for Jan. 3.
Since this Is three days after;
the strike deadline, a walkout f
aeems almost certain unless the
ateel companies sign acceptable
contracts, the President Invokes
the strike-halting machinery of
the Taft-Hartley law or some
other unforeseen circumstance
While the Chief Executive Is
not expected to resort to Taft-
Hartley now, he may be foreed
While such action Is political-
ly distasteful In an election year,
Mr Truman may feel that the
Airline Qfferi To Fly
Over North Pole
ANCHORAGE, Alaska, Dec.'22
(UP) Alaska Airlines has put
In Its bid to fly Jet-propelled,
airliners over the North Pole
from Alaska to Europe.
Lifer's Xmas Pardon
Comes After 24 Years
CONCORD, N.H., Dec. 22 (UP)
-Gov. Sherman Adams and the
executive council today granted
a Christmas pardon to Thomas
P. Marmlon Jr., 52. of Ports-
mouth and Fir Haven, N. J., who
Mr7Truman may feel that the ,t^^taes spofoSffi? fl? tb mc-uth and Fir Haven NJ who
threat to the arms program Is i* **"Rf g\& ole from has served 24 years of a life sen-
more important. FaTbnks to Oslo Norway lnl tence for slaying his wife.
The nation's steel companies 8ix-hours, at a cruising
have contended from the start *"= 475.500 miles per hour.
of negotiations that they can- J5H5 *?..* *w-.
not false wages without an
"equivalent increase'' in steel
prices. _
But Economic Stabilizer Roger
Putnam recently served notice
that the government will not ap-
prove any steel price Increases to
cover wage hikes.
Some government economists
contend that the steel Industry
Mannlon. a Pair Haven native
However.' h^potaSd wtttTit; who worked as a machinist at
the Mouest to the Civil Aero- Portsmouth, was Imprisoned to
nautta Sard for "arT over-thc-! 1927 after hi. conviction of'sec-
pole certificate represented |Ond degree murder In the death
long-range planning and that of his wife Helen.
regular flights over the Pole
probably could not be made be-
fore 1966.'
Commercial polar flights de-
he
wuW grant some wage" indues! pend oh '^"national condi-
now without raising prices ortions and the speedI of. U.S. 9^
cutting profits below normal lev-1 veloment of jet airliners,
ejs. The industry disputes that. 1 said.
A
The state claimed he slashed
her throat after an argument
and Mannlon maintained she
committed suicide.
it was expected Mannlon would
be released from state prison
Monday.
Fish Taken For Ride
Then Gets Away
FORT WORTH, Tex., Dec. 22
(UP) Here's one about a
56-pound catfish that got away
after taking a 30-mile drive.
Neighbors of R. B. Grigsby will
vouch for its veracity.
Grigsby caught the big fish
and became so excited that he
wrapped it in wet fags to keep
It alive. He then drove 30 miles
home in his pickup truck and
Invited neighbors out to view
his catch.
Returning to the lake, Grigs-
by staked out the catfish and
settled down to some overnight
fishing. In the morning, though,
the big fish was gone after
slipping Its moornlngs.
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BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent

'HOLLYWOOD(NEA)Exclu-| dough I'll be picking up the next
slvcly Yours: The grapevine Is few months on TV. It's fabu-
buzzlng that Hollywood will pro- lous.''
duce more and more eoisode mo- *,.
viesshort films strung together Gloria DeHaven, due back at
with big name playersand that Fox In April for a filmuslcal, will
the pictures will be sliced up into tour the night club circuit for
half-hour features for television four months... Inflation gets a
after their theater runs. Four going-over in the next Woody
O'Henry stories will be filmed at Woodpecker cartoon, "Destlna-
Fox, and George Stevens will dl- tion Meatball." All the price
rect three Ambrose Bierce yarns, signs In a super market are on
auto jacksthe easier to raise
Watch for a big new surprise in 'em, of course.
the Clark Gable-Lady Ashley
pre-divorce fireworks. Gable's The big sequence In John
attorneys will light the fuse on a Ford's "The Quiet Man" has John
king-si..< bomb. i Wayne dragging Maureen O'Hara
by the arm and the back of her! |
It mav help the box-office for, neck across five miles of Irish j
"The Merry Widow," but Lana bogs. Maureen's telling It: "You 11
Turner's frowning on MGM'sbal- know how Ford Is about realism.1'
lyhoo of her 'romance'' with new We shot the scenes for two weeks I
leading man Fernando Lamas.! in a cow pasture. Honest, people
It's onlv a buildup for him and wouldn't come near me by the
Lanas assuring pals that Lamas end of the day.
is not the man In her life. .
About rumors of a musical
cooking at RKO for Bob Mltch-
um:
Too bad Ken Murray can't af-
ford a stopwatch. Jeannette
MacDonald and Gene Raymond,
guesting on his TV show, were
"I doubt it," Bob assured me.
stopped just as they started to, "I had a recording date with Jo
warble a duet. Time had run out. "
But who let them start the num-
ber?
Press agents can dream, can't
they? Some of MGM's bright
boys remembered that Robert
Taylor plays Marcus Arellus in
"Quo Vadis" and tried to get a
famous department store to
change Its name to Neiman-
Marcus-Arelius for one day. No
soap.

. Hollywood's biggest un-palsy-
i/n-walsy combination: Ann
Blythe and Bob Mltchum on the
set of RKO's "The Korean Sto-
ry" Ice. sheer Ice.

Llzzl Baila, "trie-famed Euro-j
pean dancer who makes her. A-
merican debut In "My L. A.," has
something in common with De-
stina Durbin. She was once wed
t Producer Felix Jackson, Dean-
na's ex.
Stafford to do six records with
her and the studio stopped it. A
Mltchum type doesn't sing. Sure,
I'd love to do a musical. But it
would have to be a good one."

Bob Hope on Inflation:
"I asked my butcher what I
could buy for 85 cents. 'Here's my
apron,' he said, 'take it home and
parboil It.'"
TERRY-
TRUE TALL TALES
Anp prom tub pwuMBrm* of th combat
AR*A TH 6UAKD PLAN** CLO*% IN...
FRCELES AND HIS FRIENDS
Catch in It?
BY MERRILL BLOSSER
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t. m. a. u. a MB m, i
"So you shot down three planet! You mutt fake after
your dadI never heard of him missing -a duck!"
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LOOK ATTHB / BUT WB
PUDGES. / CAN DO,
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Step right up. roues/"
BOPS NEED YOU.' ANO TDU NWD
. THAT FIFTY GALLONS Of GAS/
SoMETHitf "feus
MS MORBO
MCJODN IS UP-
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CANASTA
BY OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
I've been saving a batch of
questions on "time limits" for a
iain y day, and this seems like a
g.ood time to answer them. All of
Fox was afraid to have the the questions have to do with ir-
marquees proclaim: egularities and with how long
"Night Without Sleep."with the non-offenilng side can wait
Marilyn Monroe. before claiming a penalty for
' So the title has been switched the error,
and how the lights will blaze: .
"Don't Bother to Knock"with The general answer Is that you
Marilyn Monroe. [must call attention to an error
Now that they're asunder. It at once if you intend to exact a
an be told. George Sanders was penalty. You can't let the play
asked to pose for photographs|continue and decide later on that
with shapely Marilyn Monroe,you want to start waving the
some months ago. George told ;i ule book around, y
the publicity department at Fox For example, one of my letters
that they would have to clear it.came from h rather desperate-
wlth his wife. Zsa Zsa Gabor. A! sounding man. In a two-handed
press agent phoned Zsa Zsa, who p ame of Canasta with his wife,
Does the deai stand, or should
there be a new deal?
The deal stands. As soon as
the first play begins, the deal
becomes condoned. You just for-
get all about the player who
should have dealt. If John Doe
Is the culprit who grabbed the
cards out of turn, his deal
stands; and the next dealer Is
the player at Doe's left.
Several questions have been
asked on mistakes in the dis-
than one card These are errors,'
of course, but they are condoned i
is soon as the next player draws I
(or as soon as he puts cards
down on the table to take the
discard pile).
The time limit for replacing a
rtd three follows the same prin-
ciple. For example, you put a red
three on the table, and forget to
draw a card to replace it. You're
allowed to correct that error un-
carding. Sometimes a playerjttl the next player begins his
discards without drawing; and'play. After that, you have to get
sometimes a player discards more along without the replacement.
bristled when she .heard Marl-
"No,"
he made an insufficient meld.
She said .nothing at the time, but
's name and sa*
. J
.Linda Christian, encouraged by Ipiays later.-Appa
Za Zsa Gabor's success, will.rient got a b'.t warirf on both
make her TV debut in two New sides, and the upshot was a let-
York shows with hubby Tyrone
Power's okay before Santa Claus
time.
.
"Television's yell for new faces
doesn't worry veteran Eddie
Cantor.
."Every time they put a new
face on a movie or TV screen,"
h* says, "they Insure the new
face with an ol dface. There's
nothing wrong with new faces
there just aren't enough to go
around."
* Another question had to do
Bill Mataren and Paramount jwith a deal n-jt of turn Some-
called off his term contract, with body dealt when It wasn't his
BUI immediately signing up for(turn to deal: and the player at
two Paramount films next year, the left of this mistaken dealer
Grinning about his new free-took the first card from the top
lance status, Bill told me: ,of the stook. Then the player
"You'd be surprised how much-who should have dealt spoke up
wanted to en torce a penalty fur
ter to me.

The rule is that you must call
rttentlon at o;ice to your oppo-
nent's Insufficient meld if you!
Intend to apply the penalty. The'
moment the next player acts\
by drawing a card or by putting
cards down on the table to take
the discard pilethat -insuffi-
cient meld is condoned. That 13,'
it is considered a perfectly legal
meld.
CHRISTMAS TREES
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YOU CAMT KEEP
YOUR MARRIAGE TO
JANET TULU# CRET
auv louGER. capiaiw
AVl SHE LET THE
CAT OUT* THE BAG
TO THE MEXICAN
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havent twe
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that aluminum
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TOOUK
BY RISS WINTERBOTHAM
"iCILLA'S PUP
His Dish
IX,WELL, I'D LOVE A
NICE DRESS.-BUT I
^yPPOSE WE REAL-
ED NEW KITCHEN
DISHES!

NOTHING DOING! IF YOU ^
WANT A DRESS, I'LL G/V
YOU A DRESS!
BY AL VERMEER
yCH, DARLIN, HOW
vn %
Novelist
ItM For Shoothg
AwificM h Mtxieo
VKTIM ONLY SCRATCHED
MONTERREY, Dee. 12 Janet
Tullta. whose first novel. "Dehy-
drated."1us been on the beet seller
list for two months, admitted that
it was probably she who shot Si
non Aired here early today.
"It's all so confused every
thing went blank when Mr. Aired
rushed at me menacingly after I
refused to divorce my ... ray hus-
tT~< anH mMrn biff," n* at*hta
IseerS? ttB* net sEn5ydv,or
r. and SETJ ^"Jut
">," be ma wiU
VIC FLINT
Sport Fops Off
BY MICHAEL O'MALLEY
OUR BOARDING HOUSE
with
MAJOR HOOFLE OUT OUR WAX
BIGS BUNNY
While You're Waiting
"THESE TVJO E6YrTlArtS Were-
/TALKING, AND OM6 $AlD:
WHO WA* THAT LADY I
$6EN -iOO WrTM LASTMlSWT?
THE OTHER REPLIED:
That wasmt tio ladv.
~X,^AT WAS HYs
{ MUMWy/y-^
By J. B. WUXIAM8
YOU OLP TIMERS.
HAND ME A LAUGH/
HOW HARD AN' WHAT
LONG HOURS YOU HAD
TO WORK-WHY, IF
THEV LEFT THAT
MUCH TO CUT OFF
A SHAFT THESE DAYS
TMSTOWN LOAFERS
WOULD EKJW US
OeTTSsJ' RAY FOR T/
YEH, BUT <*OU HAD
BE A REAL MACHtNl'
TD GET A ROUND SHAFT
OUT OF ONE OF- THEM
FORGHOS/ THAT GUY
WOKE UP AN' FOUND HE
WAS GOIN' TO HAVE
MANY FLAT
TUB OKAHGjAttp
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AIDE-ELECT TO BE HONORED
WITH EGG NOG PARTT AND SHOWER
Mti lulls HalloranMalone, daughter !'Commander and
Mrs Edward Roosevelt Halloran. U.8.N., of the 15th Naval
fiSeieTwH? ^SUin Wedne^y ^lr De^l tth.
at their Marten on the ^*t<*l"X?n?-*
egg-nog party and shower honoring Mi ^B"t2MR._
. Mies unkle. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.WiWUn y
tinkle, of Cincinnati, Ohio, andI niece 'C^U^"dJ?^th
W. EwBUi, of Fort Amador, win he ****** .D*cSm*?.v.^i
to U. Atflnr Louts Burke. U.S.A. at the Fort Amador Chaaal.
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Unkle
re expected to arrive on the
Isthmus on Monday. Dec. 24 to
visit their daughter and to be
present at her wedding.
Cocktail Party '
Honors Encased Couple
Miss Suzanne Unkle and Lieut.
Arthur Louis Burke, whose mar-
riage will be solemnized on Fri-
day evening;, December twenty
eighth at the Post Chapel at Fort
Amador, were honored at a cock-
tail party given Thursday even-
ing by Miss Mary Elizabeth Mor-
ris who entertained a group of
friends at her home in Bella Vis-
ta. /
Baptist Choir to Present
"The Music of Christmas"
The annual Christmas concert,
c'otToVa "visit of sbTweekiwlth ,'The Music of Chrirtmu" ftot|* ^Mtoriui
U*lf*rr*its f rtYfl ntTOmf
Captain Lindstrom
Visit
itor in Coeoli
Captain Oscar H. Lindstrom
arrived Wednesday night from
his home in Bismarck, North Da-
Balboa Church Maw
Candlelight Service
Sunday Evening
A Christmas Candlelight Serv-
ice wlU be presented Sunday ffltau, **ra. .
evening at 7:30 In the Balboa Un-1
Ion Church. Musical selection!
will be rendered by the choirs
lent performance under the
guidance of Mr. Wallace Wood-;
ruff, a recent addition, to the fa-
culty of the school,
i. *
Concert Given
by Saint Cecilia chorus
The Saint Cecilia Chorus of the
National Sanctuary of the Holy and soloist. .
vStagavfa Christmas concert I Everyone Is cordially touted to
lait night featuring French and the Program Men ls> foltowt.
ilsh folk Carols as well as Organ Prelttde, Mrs. vivan
Btutsman. By -The CradleOrieg.
Invocation ..
Hymn. "O Little Town of Beth-
lehem, No. 121.
The Christmas Story.
Lo How a Rose E'er Blooming,
Christmas Bells, Osgood.
' In Excelsis Gloria, Hrker.
Shepherd's Story, Dickinson.
Choral Benediction. Hit kin.
Candlelight Recessional.
Post lude. Mrs. Vivian Stutz-
man- Handel- Ashford.
Director*, Mrs. George Thibo-
8. Herr.
Span..,..
the traditional Christmas Carols.
coll.
KKsKrpS3^,2IWis- tar Was His Candle, del
the aingin* of Carols. Soloists to Rleggo
appear with the choir will include
Mrs. Spencer Smith, Mrs. Webb
sosa has Hearne, Mrs. Elton Vlckert, Mr.
Mrs. Sosa Vacationing
in New York
Mrs. Adela Caldern oa nomc, *. ~. -
left for New York where she will,Webb Hearne and Mr. Ed Perry
spend 'the Christmas holidays.
Sleep, Baby, Sleep, deck Car-
ol
, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hale
to Have Visitor
.*_ .<*.<.. Afti..r .nrf Wife1 Mrs. Philip A. Hale, of Wash-
Cultural Affairs Qffieer and Wl, D c^ trrWed recentiy on
AMrTewiZm Wright Kirk, theithe. isthmus to visit with her
Christ Is Bom of the Maiden
\jm\ ro. __
Bells Over Bethlehem, R. D.
Won of Howard Jones.
ight
ultui
newly appointed Cultural Affairs
Officer to the United 8tat*s Em-
bassy In Panama and' Mrs. Kirk
Feast of Lights
- to Begin Tomorrow
children and their families. She1 Religious services for the Feast
will visit .
Hale, Jr.. of Diablo Heights
Shure.
Offertory Prayer
Offertory. Mrs. Vivian Stuts-
manPastoral Symphony from
Mr and MrT P. AT i0f Lights will be conducted each man-Pastoral1 Symp
of Diablo Heights JS, at_7:30 at>*J^ .^^^ES
Solo. Mrs. Maxwell T. Smith-
4
IrlR. Sanders. Jr.. of Margarita. JewUh Welfare Board, beginning linger
r. Uoln Ic 9 fnrmfr rMldBll Of Inmnrrnw evening and COnwnu-| Se
Armour Incorporated
Thursday evening.
Johnstons to Spend Christmas
on Isthmus -
Mr. and Mrs. Lester P. Johns-
ton of Pbrto Cruz. Venezuela, ar-
rived from Miami by plane to vls-
hls parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Ee" ta "former resident of ^morrow e Beautiful Yuletlde, Chapel and
the Canal Zone.
tag
EEtfSXJS? 3U "~ 'senlo-r Cholr^ChrUtlansen.
Mark Quinn. Jr.
to Arrive Monday
Mr. Mark Quinn, Jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. Mark Quinn of Balboa,
\l ^Ka^o^BalbE a"d to wUl arrive Monday aboard the S.
spen^th? SrfflSS hod.ys S. Panama from N. York to
with them.
spend the Christmas, vacation
with his parents. He la a student
at Princeton University. .
Vacationers Return
From El Vallo *-j -iar
Mrs. John T- Gorin and Mrs. Edward Bwwder
Marvin L. West returned recent- ^I^J^^Vnwder a
Ln7TnE>Ve0n ^^JS'ff^l^lSSSA^
spent in El vane. Annapolis.y Maryland and the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward M-
Browder. Jr., of Balboa, la expect-
ed to arrive by plane tomorrow
night to spend his Christmas,Va-
cation with his parents.
McGraths to Spend
Christmas in Cost Rica
! Mr. and. Mrs. Robert R. Mc-
Grath. with their sons. Bobby
will remain open Sunday, Dec. 23,
during all day.
Visitors to Arrive
Tomorrow for Holidays
Mr. and Mrs. Enrique Miro
QudzAda of Lima, Peru, with
their two Children ara expected
to arrive tomorrow morning by
plane to spend the Christmas
holidays In Panama with her mo-
ther. Mrs Francisco Arias P. ^^ ^ thefr ^ ^^
Mr IT"KEgton and Mr.< they will spend the Christ ma.;
DoTcameron of Beta ^^^'^U^^M^ni
turned front a short business trip ther, Mrs. Hilda MacPonna.
to Havana. Cuba recently. ^^ ReJ,MeBt#
vitS FamnU Mr. and Mrs. J W. Hearnof
Mr ffinI Max Stempel of Meridan, Missisalopl and former
Mr. lull. Oueieueieu lombla. who.arrived recenOy on
"SL. 'the Isthmus, was joined Thurs-
V. i!uio oiielmieieu has asiday by Mr. Eder who also will;
h*r^aBfcS'Sr&.^hol.;^rth. Christmas holiday, in
idays her son-m-law and daugh- iPanama. .___,
tr nr and Mr*. Aurelio Botera --
S& their ^JtSfitSS
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Mr. Allen Lowrle returned tpj
his home In Bella Vista Thurs-
day from a business trip to Veh-
Mr. Oundjian Joins Wife and
ratnily Here far Halldays
>'r. jack Owndllan of pogota.,etaela. ______
gST^ionffounSi? and Baby Ste,he; C.rtatU,
lo -pend Christmas with her par- la New Arrival
entaTMr, and Mrs, Louis Mar-
tini. Of Golf Heights and her
tarothers-inrlaw and sisters Mr.
and Mrs. Jaime Correal and Mr.
and.Mrs. Alejandro Pom
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ORXBN BAY; Wls. -P;
trolman Milo Kerln and Donald
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report that waa a masterpiece of
clear, curt, and concise writing.
Driver aaid one passenger said
turn left another go straight.
Tried both."
/*#*-6/
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Cartot-
to, of Ancon. announce the ar-
rival of a son, Stephen, their sec
ond child, at Oorgas Hospital on
Wednesday, December 19.
Mrs. Cartotto Is the former
joanE- Ridge,.of Margarita.
Balboa Jr. High
Christmas Program", is Sued
. The Choristers. Soloists and
Accompanists forthe"Chrlstmas
Program," presented recently by
the Balboa Junior High School
Student Association In the Balboa
Gymnasium, turned in an excel-
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Girl Scouts, Brownie Troops
Engage In Xmas Activities
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:5 piece Tropicel llving-
roo.-n set with nnerspring cuth-
iens. Consisting of 3 SCOt settee.
2 chairs, one Ottomon and Coffee
Tcbie $125.00. Stt of 1947 frog-j
er-rear spring mew) $20.
FOR SALE
Automobile*
Service Personnel and
Civilian Government Employe*
I N A H C I
your new or used ear through
OVIRNMINT IMPLO YII FINANCI
house 84-*,
Phone
Coco So-
litr.
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CO.
Fort Worth, Texas.
Serving Government Employes and
_ Service Personnel in the Cenal Zone
S*LE:-Solid mahogany Borjfor 14 yean. With our financing
3 leather upholitred m*ho-;your insurance automatically adjusted
MISCELLANEOUS
yen heve e eVmkm, ,,M,m1
Writ, AleeewHe* Aaaaysaaeji
Baa 2011 Amen. C 2.
na.-.y stools. Must be seen to ap-
preciote. $223.00. 306. Pedro Mi-
guel. Tel. 4-352.
to U. S. coverage.
ARRAN6IMINTS CAM M MADf
THROUGH LOCAL AUTOMORILI
DIALIR
LEAVING Country, must sell over-
stuffed easy chair. $25, another
$8.00. Rcdio 8 bands. $35.00.
Bcol.ccse. $6.00. Portoble wheel
feble. $10. Baby bed and mot-
tre:s. $10.00. H.gh chair. $3.00.
Mctcl bed 2 mattresses, $10.
Drer:er, $5.00. One good clean
rrc:t ess. $12.00, another, $7.00.
Wl tab>. S3.00. Vanity dresser'p0R SALE:_B or |H Qn
Three table lamps. _$3.00 outomobj? s Afl.ncio, (jj^
1951 Fere) Victoria (hard tea cen-
vertible) twe ten* green. Thi. car
utt like new. Only 6000 mil.,
rive It away. Only $725 own.
Your FORD DIALER, COLPAN
MOTORS INC., an aatarnc.il*
raw Telephone 2-1013 2-1036
'mi.
Special ead-ef-year after
Sanitary earthenware "Cleyce"
roita.fr Bowls tram $10.00.
Ceaaalete taMett ia white ead c-
lere tram $26.50.
Wcshbaslat m white and colors
tram $16.50.
Clay Product. Ca.
87-47 Vio Isaeee Tel. 1-0160
RESORTS
Phillies. Oceorulde cottages, Santa
Clero. Sox 435. Balboa. Phono
Ponomo 3-1877. Cristobol d-1673
COMMERCIAL 0
PROFESSIONAL
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:Blonde Cocker-Spaniel
two year old. 'Automatic Bcndlx
washing machine, lotest model,
like new. $250. Corner 37th and
Cuba Avenue No. 18.
each. Chairs $2.00 eoch. Child's]
room linoleum, $4.00. Odds ond;
*nds. No. 10, 48th street. Tele-
phone 3-3406. Panama.
FOR SALE:Refrigerator porcelain
in:ide and out. excellent condi-I
ten. 25 cycle. $100.00. 1525-B'
Gaviln rood.
Automobile Row No. 29. Tel. 2-
4721, Panama.
William Sonta Clore Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms. frlgldalres. Rock-
oat ranga*. Balboa 2-3050.
HOTEL PANAMERICANO in cool El
Valle. Rooms' $2.00 per person
per day. Metis a lo corte. Special
Christmas Dinner $1.25. Reserva-
tions telephone Ponomo 2-1112.
Gramlkh' Sonto Cloro beach-
cottages. Electric lea Boxes, gas
stoves, moderate rotes. Phone 6-
441 or 4-567.
FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished opart-
FOR SALE:Electric range like new "ien,s- M"'d 5*rvlc* Optionol. Con-;
Must sell $17500. House 233-B !?et 0,fic* 8061- '^ S,reet- Nw
Gatun Cristobol, telepl
It is actually cheaper
to buy a
P.r.l. SAFETY SAW
BLADE
than to accept any other
as a Gift.
Betides Protection Against
Injury, they save many
times their value in cost
of SHARPENING and
POWER alone.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
FOR SALE:Bedroofn set. Toppon
stove or con change the stove for
on electric one. Estudiante Street
No. 71. Apt. 2.
FOR SALE
Boat & Motor
1950 Mercury C passenger Coupe
dark graea, leather aptielstery,
gead tires. Only 9000 miles. This
cer is a steal. Only $600 dewn
ead drive it away. Year FORD
DEALER. COLPAN MOTORS INC.,
a out or* chile raw. Tel. 2-10
2-1 Ole, Pen cm..
Mothers. JUMPING-JACK Children
shoes give young feet the right
start, from cradle to 4 years, sold
exclusively at RABYLANDIA, No.
40. 44th Street, Bella Vista. Tel.
3-1259.
DIAPHRAGMS:We have just re-
ceived fresh shipment for all
makes of car Tropical Motors.
FOR SALE OR SALE:37 foot Hig-
gins hull, double cabin, very cheap.'lest
Set the "Gypsy" at Balboa Yacht
Club or call 87-3297.
Are you looking tar
Something good at i
Cerne te Aatalaadia
et July Avenue.
used cars far lose
e used cat?
tcir arica?
No. II, 4th
meaey.
FOR SALE:Boot 25 foot Cris Croft
95 HP ngine. See Sunday ot
Diablo Sea Scout Landing $1,000.
00. Coll Curundu 7194.
FOR SALE
llotorcvfle1
FOR SALE:Ariel, 500 c. c. twin.,
Excellent condition,, one new tire.
$450. Call RolphJ4uls at 3*2643
Panam.
FOR SALE:"Jowa 250" new paint
- job. New rings, $225 to $325.
! Tel. Balboa 2348.
r^ONALS
A Merry Xmas
and
Happy New Year
Harnett Dunn
LESSONS
START the New Year right by
learning to dance. Balboa YMCA.
"Harnett Dunn."
FOR SALE:1951 Hillman. Excel-
lent condition. Duty pold. Cell
Pinoma 3-0095.
1990 Studebeker Che mown Ster-
liekt Ceaee black, gead tires, seat
covers, a clean car. Only $465.
00 dewa aad drtva it away. Year
FORD DEALER, COLPAN MOTORS
INC, ea eatemebile raw. Tel. 2-
1011 2-1014 Pc.cn...
If your dress needs a buckle, cov-
ered buttons, buttonholes, eyelets,
in' oil colors end 3 sizes for show-
er curtoins, belt, hemstitching. Go
to the Lux Building East 34th St.
Apt. 106. Efficient service.
telephone 1386 Colon.
FOR RENT: Independent modern
one bedroom opartmant, garage.
168 Via Beliiario Porros.
FOR RENT
Room
LOST & FOUND
LOST: House 551-A. Curundu
Hgts. Buff Cocker Spaniel, male.
3-yeors old, answers to "Poncho."
Reword. Coll 2-2888 between 7:-
00 ond 4:00 or 273-5191 loter.
FOR SALE:1949 Hudson 8 con-
vertible, excellent condition. Will
occepr*tradein and finance.. Tele-
phone, *cnWce 3-3325; home 3-
2427.
1950 Fere Custom Tudor V-8 light
gray SWW tires. This cer is a
beauty. Only $415.00 dawn and
It's years. Year FORD DIALER,
COLPAN MOTORS INC.. en ass.
t.m.bil. row. Tel. 2-1013 2-
10J6, Panam.
FOR SALE:19.48 Pockord 4-door
sedan, like new. White wall tires,
seat covers, radio ond plenty of
trim. Will consider older cor for
trade in. House 0437-H, Anccrv.
St. Peter's Church
Imludes Broadcast
I" Xmas Activities
The choir of St. Peter's church.
11 Boca, will broadcast a half
hour program Of Christinas
carola from station HOO this
Sunday, beginning; 1 p. m.
Carols will also be sung by
the choir on the porch of the
church Christmas eve night, 11
to 11:30. as a prelude to sung
eucharist for the Feast of the
Nativity.
Before the service, the Rev.
Lemuel B. Shirley, priest In
charge, will bless a manger
erected in the Baptistry. An-
other communion service will be
held 9 a. m. Christmas.
Parishioners and friends are
Invited to attend a pre-Chriat-
mas progra mto be rendered
In the pariah hall 7:30 Sundav
night by the church school.
Touth Fellowship and Oirlt'
Friendly Society.
FOR SALE1951 Ford 2 Door. Very
reasonable, will finance, will take
trade In. Phone Albrook 64239.
" mJjtHHf
SUNDAY
SPECIAL LUNCHEON
Pleke> Meekercl or
Grapefruit SRmreme
PhUaoo'pV. Pepper Pot
Consomme with Alee
Teal auric Marate ...... t as
Arree ra.ll. ............... lM
Freeh Oreen Peca Ansa Petatees
Antera* A Tomato aValad
atoejuefart Pi casilla
Ma* Roll, Butter
Charlate aVIalr
Coffee Tea a..,
1949 Ferd Tudor V-l dark blue,
seat cerera, good tires. Only $3*5.
00 dewn. Year FORD DIALIR,
COLFAN MOTORS INC., as. auta-
nvebilc raw. Tel. 2-1013 2-
1031. Penemi.
FOR SALE-49 Renault. Duty paid
Radio. Good condition, $625.00
Fort Clayton, 4173 or 6121.
1947 Pcntiac Ferder Six dork blue,
geed tires, seat cavers, radie,
eacrtllgbt. Only $350 dewa and
toko it eway. Year FORD DtALSR,
COLPAN MOTORS INC.. ea au-
tecaeMe raw. Tel. 2-1033 2-
1014, P...mi
194? He** CetrvccveVIe Ceape
bread aew aaiat. bread new tea,
brand now see* covers, gead tires.
Tab cer la a steal. Only $230.00
dewa aad It's yecjrs. Year FORD
DIALIR, COLPAN MOTORS IMC,
ea autemebfla raw. Tel. 2-1033
2-1036. reteme.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED:One bedroom apartment
in Bella Vista or Vista Hermosa
Tel. 85-32S1, from S a. m. to
4 p. m.
WANTED:One furnished bedroom
apartment. For a couple, rate rea-
sonable. Call clerk 84-42*8, Ft.
Kobbe.
WANTED TO IUY:Troiler suft-
oble for 14' boat. Call 759 Cote
Sole.
I
COCKTAILS
b.ery Sunda>
11 t.m. to 2 p.m.
25*
"Saber ei Poder"
"Knowledge s Power"
The Registrar of LA SAIXB
EXTENSION UNIVRSITY
Of CHICAOOj______________
INVITES ENQUIRIES to
CONTACT HIM AT PANA.
MA CITY.
Tel. 2-3346 I a.m. to
p.m. 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Resid-
ence No. 1 45th St., Panam.
Radio Programs
Your Community Station
HOG-840
VAeaa io.000 Baas* Meet
Presents
pjw ***u,i*yDw,> u
3:00American Band Concert
3:15The Little Show
3:30McLean's Program
3:45Musical Interlude
4:00Music for Saturday
*'lWhat's Your Favorite
6:00Quest Star
6:15Masterworks from France
6.45American Folk Songs
7:00Qay Parts Music Hall
(RDP)
7:30-Sports Review
7:45Jam Session
8:00 Newsreel U.S.A. (VOA)
8:15Opera Concert (VOA)
8:45Battle Report
9:00Radio University (VOA)
!:jJ-*BP Club (VOA)
9:30Radio Amateur Prosram
(VOA) "
9:45Sports and Tune of Dav
(VOA) y
HiSSrSS^Si S1 PANAMA
10:30The HOO Hitparade
11:00The Owl's Nest
1:00a.m.Sign Off
Sunday, Dec. 23
AeMU
8:00Sign On Musical inter-
lude
:5-Newsreel UJS.A. (VOA)
2:52Hymns of All Churches
9:00BIBLE AUDITORIUM OF
THE AIR
9:15Good Neighbors
9:30London Studio Concerts
(BBC)
10:00In the Tempo of Jazz
10:30Your American Music
11:00National Lottery (Smoot
and Paredes)
11:15The sacred Heart Pro-
gram
11:30Meet the Band
12:00Invitation to Learning
PJL (VOA)
12:30-Salt Lake T a b e r n a c 1 e
Choir
1:00The Jo Stafford Show
1:15American Chorales
1:30Rev. Albert Steer
2:00Opera and Symphony
Hour
4:30What's Your Favorite
: 00Heritage of Britain
: 30Donald Voorheea
7:00Opera concert
7:30Story of the Christian
Church
7:45 Radio Varieties U.S.A.
8:00Sports Roundup and News
(VOA)
8:15Report from Congren
(VOA)
8:30Show Time
B:46The Letter Box
9:00United Nations Review
(VOA)
I.SOThe Btng Crosby Show
(VOA)
10:00British Concert Hall
11:00Sign Oft
Explanation of Symbols
VOAVoice of America
BBCBritish Broadcasting
Corp.
RDFRadlodifiusion Francaise
BOOMS AVAILABLI Light, cool
entirely re neve ted aad well fur-
nished. Rates rcctenahtc. Bache-
lors only. Inquire at The Ame-
ricea Club facing Do Letseps
Pork.
Sale of Christmas
Seals Reaches $744;
More $$ Expected
The sale of Christmas seals In
the Canal Zone to raise funds to
fight tuberculosis has already
brought a total of 8744.72 this
year, according to information
from Mrs. H. J. Million. Chair-
man of the annual sales.
That total, now based on in-
complete reports, is expected to
Increase considerably Before
Christmas, when the sale ends.
Final reports of sales in the
various communities will be
made by the local chairmen at
the end of December.
A list of the sales which have
now been reported follows:
Balboa Woman's Club sales,
$300,; Sales to the Administra-
tion Building, $240.75; Catholic
Daughters of America, $25; Coral
Chapter No. 3, Order of the East-
ern Star, $10; B.P.O.E., Canal
Zone Lodge 1414, Balboa, $10;
Max Bilgray's. $10; Knights of
Columbus, Balboa, $10; OB. Fen-
ton 8c Co., Cristobal, $10; Ford
Agency, Cristobal, $10; All-Star
Circle. $10; Pedro Miguel Union
Church Auxiliary, $10; Emblem
Club 52, Cristobal. $10; Intl. Un-
ion of Operating Engineers, Mar-
garita. $10; Master. Mates lots of America No. 30, Balboa,
$10; Pedro Miguel Woman's Club,
$10; Rebekah Club. Cristobal,
$10; Canal Zone Police Associa-
tion, Balboa, $10; Girl Scout
Troop No. 16, Balboa, $10; Sales
In Diablo Commissary, $8.97;
Royal Netherlands, Cristobal. $8;
United Fruit Steamship Line,
Cristobal, $5; Intl. Association of
Machinists, Cristobal, $5; Stan-
dard Fruit & S.S. Co., Cristobal,
Si; Canal Zone Police Associa-
on, Cristobal, $5; American La-
ion Auxiliary, Chagres River
Jnlt No. 6, $5; Master, Mates Pilots of America No. 27. Gam-
boa, $5; W. W. Gould, $5; Italian
Line. Cristobal, $2, Pacific
Steamship Line, Cristobal, $1;
French Line, Cristobal, $2.
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery
Aluminum
Awnings
Different
Colors
$ 14.00
Industrias
Panamericanas
Tel. 3-1713
22 E. 29th Street
BUST GIRL SCOUTS pictured above are: (1. to r.) Mrs.
Ralph Malcolm, director. Judy Malcolm. Barbara Thrift.
Shirley Keepers, Rosalie Rodel. Rachael Roden, Diane Han-
nigan. Linda Cunningham, Grace Argo and Sarah Borfleld.
The Girl Scout and Brownie needy family in Colon. Each
Troops on the Isthmus have troop contributed either food,
been busy as a swarm of bees! toys, or a Tree ornaments.
working on service projects to
make other peoples' Christmas
happier.
Miss Mary L. Patton, Girl
Scout Director, points out that
this year ia list practically
covers all the welfare agencies
on the Zone, in Colon and the
Panama City area.
Projects were planned and
carried out by the girls and
flnancied by individuals or
Troops in Margarita are Brow-
nie Troops 38 and 40 and In-
termediate Troop 29 and a new
Teen Troop 50.
The Colon Red Cross will re-
ceive toys collected for distribu-
tion from Troop 34 and 44, Wew
Cristobal.
Brownie Troop 32 also of New
Cristobal took their calendar
profits to buy blanket* for the
old Folks Home in Puerto Pl-
from Troop Funds. Some troops i Ion. They also visited the home
used money which was Troop! last Monday to distribute 75
profits from the recent Girl candy bags, and to sing Christ-
Scout Calendar Sale in the
Zone.
Among the Troops participat-
'ing are the Mariners, Senior
Troop 11 and Teen Troop 3, all
.
PANAMA BROKERS, INC.
Betel ri Panama -
Selling: Abattoir, Panam
Foreat (preferred), Clay Pro-
ducts, S. Fernando Clinic.
Tel. $-4719 8-1860
maa carols to the inmates.
Fort Kobbe Brownie Troop 21
and 61 is helping Palo seco
Leper Colony with their sea-
_ son's celebrations by providing
of Balboa which are helping to decorations for the New Year's
make Christmas happier for
the Blind School in Panama.
Enough bags were filled so that
each student had a present of
toilet articles and Christmas
goodies. '
Troops contributing to the
general good cheer at the Be^
11a Vista Orphanage in Panama
Include Troop 16, Balboa who
made "Sunshine Envelopes,"
filled with hairbows. crayons',
puzzles, coloring books, etc.;
Troop 28 and Senior Troop 9
of Curundu who sent food and
Dinner which is a highlight of
the hospital's holiday celebra-
tions. Gamboa Brownie Troop
20 is sending magazines and
clothing.
Fort Gultck's Troop 4 will act
aa Santa's helpers at a party on
the base for children. The girls
will be dreaaed u elvej
Brownie Troop 38 of New
Cristobal has decorated a tree
for an orphanage in Colon.
The Navy Hospital will be en-
tertained bjL Troop 34 of Coco
Solo who re preparing
presents, and Brownie Troop 18 j Christmas pageant and Senior
of Coco Solo who are sending Troop 48 of Oatun will sing
Canada Will Recruit
150,000 Air Spotter.
OTTAWA, Dec. 22 (UP) The
Royal Canadian Air Force ear-
ly next year will begin recruit-
ing 150,000 civilian aircraft
spotters to supplement Its far-
flung radar warning system.
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toys for the children.
Troop 18 is also sending
school supplies to St. Vincent's
School in Colon.
Brownie Troops 42 and 43 of
Curundu made shell cups for
Christmas candy to be used on
Christmas trays for the chil-
dren's T. B. Ward at Gorgaa
Hospital. Brownie Troop 13 of
last Friday. Brownie Troops 4
end 49 of Fort Clayton are
sending two Christmas trees
with Brownie-made tree ornaJ-
ments and scrapbooks for the
children ward at the hospital.
The Clayton Brownies are also
responsible for carol singing at
the Army Hospital, Fort Clay-
ton, last Sunday.
Christmas
tlents.
Carols to the pa-
VOA To Air Variety
Of Xmas Proframs
NEW YORK, Dec. 22 (USIS)-
The Voice of America will prt
ant a varete of Christmas pre
grams during the holidays.
(AH ef these programs will be
aired locally ever statioa HOG,
844 kilocycles.)
The list of programs Include!
Sunday, Dec. 21 Unto' you
this Day: A special dramatiza-
tion for Christmas. At 8:19 p.m.
Panama time.
Tuesday, Dec. 25 Peace on.
saves see. istomNO :
fits all .taaearri dee SMsomt Wants.
Will last Indefinltrly.
Only $3.75 each
2 for $7.25
Postpaid
Get one lor yourself.
Give one as a Xmas Gift.
Limited Quantity. ORDER NOW.
Send Money Order to
Dunmore Agency
Estafeta Instituto Nacional
Panama. R. P.
Cristobal High
School Pageant-
Most Impressive
The Cristobal High School was
the scene of one of the most Im-
pressive Christmas pageants yet
presented. Every seat in the
Cristobal High School Auditor-
ium was occupied and so little
standing room was available that
some of the audience were forced
to look through the windows to
get a reasonable view of the pro-
gram.
The first half of the Pageant
took place inside the auditorium
and consisted of orchestral mu-
sic, choral singing and soloists.
The second half of the Pageant
was presented on the front lawn
of the High School and consisted
of community carol singing and
scenes on the three casements on
the second floor immediately a-
bove the "Cristobal High School"
ign depicting the Nativity.
The students and faculty of
"rlstotlal High 8chool were com-
nended on the splendid perform-
ance.
Corozal Hospital Is receiving -.t^80"/'.^' S ~ ""3, on
iristmas table rt#mrt.t5 wUl- A. Wry of Santa Claus
Christmas table decorations
made by Albrook Brownie Troop
The orphanage of Malambo
House of San Jose In Panama
has been a holiday project of
Brownie Troop 37 of Coeoli,
Diablo Brownie
Balboa Brownie
and why he left the North Pole
just before Christmas time, at
8:16 p.m. Panama time.
My favorite Christmas songs:
Bin* Crosby. Dinah Shore. Perry
Como, Frank Sinatra and Kate
,- Smith talk about and sing their
24 Ata llVOrlte Christmas songs. At 9
orogram in the fJocofGym this ** pn*m* time.
Friday the Troops cooperating The Small One: A short story
on the project will present to narrated by Blng Crosby, at t>:30
representatives from the or-lP--'06*"*.
phanage toys and food collected Wednesday. Dec. 26 Arts and
by the Brownies.
Gatun Troop 30 collected toys
which they renovated under the
guidance of Mr. Ralph Malcom.
These toys will be presented to
the Atlantic Side Religious
Workers Association to be in-
cluded in the Association bas-
kets to the needy In Colon.
The four troops in Margarita
cooperated In a project for a
Letters: A Christmas story will
be presented.
The Jo Stafford Show: A spe-
cial program for Christmas.
. Thursday. Dec. 27 Cross
Country, U.S.A.: Christmaa ce-
lebrations throughout the United
States.
Pearson Poll Shows
Nee Ahead As GOP
Voters' Choice
By DREW PEARSON
WASHTNOTON, Dec. 22 R#.
suits of the first two weeks of thl
Washington Merry Go Rouni
poll on the Republican candi*
dates for President give Bisen*
hower 47 per cent of the total
vote and Taft 36 per cent.
Governor Warren came third
with g per cent and General
MacArthur fourth with 7 per
cent.
Perhaps the most significant
development was the way Taft
is picking up strength In the
Middle west, with Elsenhower
far ahead in the traditionally
*/'* So"th.
Probably Indicating the growth
of isolationism in the Middle
...ni a feeling that wo
should curtail our activities in
Europe, Taft is running well a-
head of Elsenhower in such
states as Illinois, Indiana, Ne-
braska, North Dakota and South
Dakota.
Taft is also running strong in
the Rocky Mountain states, lead-
ing Eisenhower in Idaho and Ar-
izona, and running neck and
neck in Wyoming and Montana.
As was to be expected, Taft
ran ahead of Elsenhower in his
own state. Ohio, but, surprising-
ly, is running a tie with Elsen-
hower in the home state of vice
president Berkley, traditionally
non-isolationist Kentucky.
Elsenhower's greatest strength
is showing up in New England
and the South, where there has
never been strong isolationist
sentiment.
In New Hampshire, where Ike
will face his first test, he leads
Taft bv 54 per cent to 30 per
cent, while in rock-ribbed Re-
publican Vermont, Eisenhower
shows up with 71 per cent of. the
votes.
Only Rhode Island. Louisiana
and Mississippi approximate or
top Vermont in the support they
give Eisenhower.
The Pearson poll on the Re-
publican nominee is continuing.
Participants can vote by send-
ing a postcard to the candidate
of their choice. Box 1952, Wash-
ington, D. C.
Slides Of Flowers
Of Panama Shown
By Camera Club
Members and guests of the
Diablo Camera Club enjoyed the
premiere presentation of color
slides of Panama flowers, en-
titled "Flowers ot Latitude
Nine," at the club's building in
Diablo Heights Thursday night.
The collection of a group of I
color tildes on tropical flowers |
was a project undertaken by thai
color-slide group of the club]
for the year 1951.
Slides chosen to repesent the I
best work of the club in the set
were made by L. C. Iridie. W. C. |
Kongable, Florence Mallett. M.
W. Foecue, Jesse OTegg, R. L.',
Miller, Josephine Withers, Am*
Strlckler, Harry Boland, Altea
Candee. Margaret Murphy, and
Mable Shaffer. The commentary-
describing the flowers end thetf j
habitat was prepared by FaytiJ
Mlnton. f
The set will be presented iik
late January at the Cardenas '
River Garden club before being
released for showings at camera
clubs In the United States. -
Sailor In Big Hurry
Pays Up In Court
LINCOLN, Neb., Dec. 22 (UP)-i
A Lincoln sailor knew he'd get
into trouble with naval authori-
ties if he missed a parade
through downtown Lincoln.
He sped to the parade in hlg
automobile, arriving on time.
However, in the attempt, he:
Went through a stop sign.
Ran a red light.
Drove 40 miles per hour in a
20-mlle eone.
The court fined Harold a.
Hutchison 98 and costs.
Mt. Olympus Officers
Meet At Noon Sunday
An officer* meeting of Mount
Olympus Lodge No. 589 Improved
Benevolent and Protective Or-
der of Elks of the World will be
convened at the home of Joseph
Richards in Panama City tomor-
row at noon.
Arrangements will be made
for an Initiation class of neo-
\U to be admitted into mem-
rshlp, the yearly Xmas eocial
for members and for a new ven-
ture.
Light refreshments will be
served prior to the meeting.
SAVE!!$9o6
A MERRY CHRISTMAS
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Engelke who made an attempt
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will ever have the nerve to make
an attempt against the life of
my fellowmen But If I had
wounded Engelke as he did me,
today I would be paying the
penalty, even though I was suf-
fering from all the known and
unknown diseases.
"Not wanting to make my
statement too long, I limit my-
self to declaring that I have the
details of the case to reserve for
an accusation before Foreign Of-
fice of my country.
"Tours truly,
Enriaue Arwaemena
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A group of friend honored Caatata ana MtJtafk D.
Oakley with a cocktail and dma* party at the Feet Drh
Officer* Clnb Thursday evening. The affair as arrange*
a farewell for the foiutar couple who wiU leave w -
aary for duty at Cana Ceek, California.
Captain Oakley I* the Commanding Offleer ef the #*
M.P. Company at Fart Gnttck.
Red t*pers in silver holder 11-jc. A. Lee, Mr. M. \Jf.Un.
lumlncd the table and wtrh other Charter L. Lucas. Mm C. R.
elate decoration* created Miller, Mr. F. B. Monre, *
presented by the young .
and will be followed by a candle-
eSKriS5 Redeemer Lutheran
, Robert Orace, Nellie Chlirch Start Monday
jHofeerson. Erda Kuhrif. Marie
Jpraser, Pamela Hawthorne, Mr-, Gn Christmas Eve the children
ld of the Sunday School will pre- ne
sent a Christmas Program of pa
songs, recitations and the slmul-;
taneous showing; of a colored
fllmstripat 8:30 p.m.
Cristobal Union Church
A*xrasss p.rty ^rSjS"'ip,,':*l-
was planned for tonight for the O*01*8 Bennett.
Monday School of the Cristobal
Union Church, has been changed
to December 27 at 3:00 p.m. at
the Church.
nrli
itlve
appro
a festive board
The hows for the occasion
ware: Lt. and Mrs. William
Clark, Li. and Mrs. John Pre'nle.
Lt. and Mrs. Walter McBride and
CWO and Mrs. Oordon Knight.
The other guesta were: Colonel
and Mrs. Henry Taylor, Lt. Col.
and Mrs. Maurice Webb and Lt.
Colonel and Mrs. Kenneth Kloa-
tr.
Roy Nielsen. Mrs. C. B. Reld,
Mrs. W. D. Ronayne, Mrs. I. M.
Rowell, Jr* Ml. D. E. Sabln,
Mrs. L. Scbaeler, Mrs. H. K.
Schmidt, Mrs. R- L. Smith. Mrs.
L. A. Snead. Mra. M .E. Tom-
lln. Mr. R. P. Tucker and Mrs.
H. E. Walther.
A White Gift Service will be
held at 9:30 Sunday morning and
!a program of plays, recitations Chester Lucas.
Ladles Auxiliary of the
Fleet Reserve Meeting
The Ladies Auxiliary of
Fleet Reserve Association
Tuesday evening with the mem-
bers of the Fleet Reserve Asso-
ciation to hear a talk by Lt.
CLARION, Pa., Dec. 22 A 400-year-old-white-oak that
is perhaps the oldest living tree
in western Pennsylvania is pre-
served in a forest sanctuary on
Fox estate near Foxburg.
The big, 52-inch white oalc,
with an enormous limb spread,
shoots 60 feet in the air and
overshadows the other trees of
all species In the Clarion Coun-
ty woodlot.
The tree farm, as well as.
having the patriarchal oak tha
.ook root shortly after Coluj
bus discovered America, has tw
plantations One is white pin
that was planted In 1813 an<
the other a black locust grow
set out in the Civil War period
Christmas Coffee
Mra.^Henry F. Taylor and Mrs.
William G. Bennett, of Fort Da-
vis, were co-hostesses for a Xmas
morning coffee given at the Tay-
lor quarters Thursday.
Polnsettlas and a Christmas
tree made of red hibiscus blos-
som were used With other ap-
propriate decoration.
Fiftv ladles called during the
morning.
Mr. Appleoaist Visiting
at Ceea Solo
Mr. Fred G. Applequlst arriv-
ed on the "Chiriqul" from his,Annua| partios
Brownies Have Xmaa Party
Brownie Troop 35. of Gatun,
had a Christmas party at the
Trefoil House Thurdy after-
noon. The children exchanged
gifts and refreshments were
served by the leaders. Mrs. Sam
Mauldin and Mr. Leslie O. An-
derson.
Mrs. Russell Hildebrand end
Mrs. Semon Theriot were pre-
sent with Pamela Theriot. Bever-
ly George. Andra Lee Nash, Ma-
rilyn Deffenbaugh. Kathleen As-
bury. Judy Hailett, Charllne
Graves. Verna Ray Hildebrand.
Judy Gray. Elizabeth McLaren
and Maria Iglesia.
and Carols will be presented by,
the Sunday School. All parents At their busJnea meeting tne
and friends are Invited to at- ladles made plans w visit the
tend. hospital Thursday with gifts for
the Inmate.
At 10:48 a.m.. there will be a
Worship Service with special; visitors at the meeting were.
Christmas music by the choir. Mrs. Frances Sterner, Mrs. Zora
the pastor will speak on "Keeping:Lockey. Mrs. Evelyn Redmond,
Watcn By Night." Mrs. Aliene Dills. Mrs. Ernestine
I Wright. Mrs. Gloria Freeland,
At 7:30 p.m. a Christinas play Mrs. Grace Runey and Mrs. Gll-
The Christmas'Child" will be da Alegreas.
the The annual Candle-Lighting
t Service will be held at 11 p.m.:
Some of the familiar Carols will!
be sung and each person will re- >
ce4ve a candle. The choir will
present two selections.
home fn- Des Moines, Iowa, for a
ilalt with his son and daughter-
in-law Lt. Commander and Mrs
Theodore L. Aoplequrt, of the
Coco Solo Naval Station.
Morning Coffee Honor New
Residents of Pert Gulick
Mrs. G. C Knight o Fort Gu-
lick was hostess for a neighbor-
hood coffee given to introduce
three new ladles to the residents
of their street.
The honorees were: Mrs. Will-
iam Clark. Mrs. William Hawk-
ins and Mrs. Emilio Rodriguez.
Invited to meet the newcomers
were: Mrs. Herbert Keith, Mrs.
Jack Prehle. Mrs. Walter Mc-
Bride, Mrs- Howard Borden,Mrs.
Stephen Spellman. Mr. Ricardo
Vasquez and Mrs. David Mc-
Cracken.
Announcement of interest
Lt. and Mrs. Leo I. Hock, of
Port Davis, announce the birth of
a daughter on December 19 t the
Coco Solo Naval Hospital. The
baby has been named Judith
Margaret. .
Lt! Hock is the Welfare. Ath-
letic, and Recreation Officer for
the 764th AA Gun Battalion.
on Steamship Raw
The United Fruit Company and
the Panama Agencies held Infor-
mal Christmas parties at 2:30
Thursday evening at their offic-
es.
These annual rente are held
lor the taffs of the companies
and friends in local agencies.
Mrs. Dodoon
Visiting In Bolla Vista
Mrs. Mae Dodson of New Cris-;
tobal.. was a visitor in Bella Vista
vesterday. She was the guest of
Mr. ahdMrs. Walter Asbury who
are leaving on December 28 for
Now. York.
Mr. Aabury is with the Stand-
ard Oil Company and is returning
to the New York Office.
Church of Our Saviour
Announcements
The American Episcopal church
of Our Saviour will celebrate Ho-
ly Communion at 7:30 a. m. Sun-
day. Church School will be held
at 9:30 a.m. in preparation for
the Christmas Service.
Morning prayer will be held At
11:00 with a sermon by the ps-
tor. Rev. Milton A. Coo!
"Come Into My Heart." There will
be special music by the choir.
At 2:30 p.m. the members of

Christmas
SALE
On Christmas Day a special
service will be held at 10:15 a.m. i
The choir will sing and the Joy-,'
ous message of the day will be
presented by word and song.
Dr7s~Patient WefchT
CHARLESTON. 8.C.. Dec. 22
(UP) A Charleston doctor
today was bound over to gen-
eral session court on charges
of aggravated assault with in-
tent to kill one of his patients.
Magistrate Gene Herrn set
bond at $1,000 for Dr. Alvln W.
White who was charged with
hlttln f*. -,d wltn a j,eavy paper
weight.
Other patients waiting to see
the doctor heard her scream
and rescued her.
The Chase National Bank
of the City of New York


Total resources over $5,174,000,000.00

General Banking
PANAMA BRANCH
COLON BRANCH
CRISTOBAL BRANCH
BALBOA BRANCH
DAVID BRANCH
Wf Specialize in Financing Import and Export*
These electric trains by Unique come
complete with locomotive, tender,
hoxcr, caboose and transformer.
Locomotive has powerful headlamps.
Before.
......
18.95
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory cartot-
tq of Ancon. announce the birth
of'their second child, a son Wed-tht youth Fellowship will decor-
neaday. December 19 in Oorgas
Hospital. The Infant has been
n*med-3Uahen, ay, .1. an
its 1
I NOW 10.95
ate the Church.
Gatun Union Charek
The maternal grandparents are Announcements
Mr '.'and ni. John *: Ridge of
Margarita. Mrs. Cartotto Is the
former Mis Joan Rldg.
Mrs. Chandler
Complimented with Shower
" Mr*. Michael L. Leahy, Mrs.
George W. Kuhn and Mrs. John
F. Barlow were co-hostesses for
a morning coffee and gift shower
given Thursday at the Leahy
quarters on the COco Solo Naval
Station, to honor Mrs. Hugh H.
Chandler.
The shower motif was reflected
in pink and blue umbrellas and
the tfifts were presented in a de-
corated carriage.
A Christmas and pink and blue
nolor scheme were used on the
buffet table with a white tree
trimmed with pastel Christmas
ornaments, A musical Teddy
Bear, under the tree, played a
lullaby during the coffee hour.
Mrs. H. E. Schmidt and Mrs.
Merle E. Tomlln presided at the
coffee and cocoa services.
The other guets were: Mrs.
Lyle L. Koepke, Mr. A. P. An-
derson. Mrs, T. L. Applequist.
Mrs. Edward C. Atkinson. Mrs.
Paul L. Balay, Mrs. W. W. Bern-
ia, Mrs. A. P. Bolenz, Mr. G.
W. Diltman, Mrs. L. J. Ducote,
Mrs. G. J. BUI, Mrs. W. L.
HeJU, Mrs. Davis Henderson, Mrs.
James J. Humes. Mr. A. L.
Jansen. Mrs. W. K. King, Mrs.
Church School for all ages will
be held at 9:45 a.m. with the
Morning Worship Service a 11:00
a.m. The pastor will speak on
the topic "Harmony of Tonguee."
Ther* will be special muslo by
the choir.
At 7:00 p.m. a Christmas Pa-
Stacit will be presented by the
unday School.
QPEN^U^DAY TILL 9.P.M.
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6 Tivoli Avenue
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PAGK EIGHT
Mi
TO* PANAMA AMIKICAff AN iNPgfKNPBNT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATOTKDAT. DECEMBER J2, 1M1
ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES
.1 r Charchas f the many faiths in Hi* Canal Zen, *d Hit terminal Ma'.
Seventh Day
Adventist
Mettle side
Cebo Verde Panama Cm fto I J A
Mavnara Panama City No 2 Jamaica
oeialv Hail iSabOath Service onl.vi.
Adoiphu Lawaa. Chorrillo. P A Henrv
Rio Abajo, C. O. Abrahams; Gamboa A
A. Brlirl*. anil Spanish City Church r
duai'do Suilob
Ailannc Side
Colon I'hiT-n Street. Joaaph Bryan. Cris-
tobal English New Church. E. A. Crock
ahank. Cristobal Spanish Church. B j
Maxon. (No Sunday niehi service al
Charcha* a Hi* many faith* in Hi* Canal Zana, ana) the torminal
cities at Panama ana Calan, Republic at Panam, stand a walcama
t all tima* to man and wemen at the armed Mtvlcat, ana1 ta civilian
nriehbers. tricndi mni ilrangen.
A* a public service, Hi* Th* Panama Amarican lilt* aalaw. ay
danommatiani. notice at houn at worship and a*h*r regular activitiei.
LUtingi ara roteted trem time to time. Danaminatian* hevinj
only ana ar twa cenereaationi ara lilted undn "Other Churches And
Services' A special l-.tinej i* included rsr arvicea at Arm* poets,
Air Parca bases ana* Naval rations.
Minirten. church secretaries and chaplain* are elites' te in tar in
the new, daik by Wednesday neon at the latest at any abanaja* lar
th* earning Saturday! church page.
Salvation Army
.Panama City. Calla 1 o. aocaro
Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes-Arrivals and Departun
Shipping & AirLine News]
Georgia's Voting System
Again Attacked, Defended
(UP)
iDt>u school tcri church >*lurdji>
t :* a m Divine worship Mam Sunda>
?r\ ict at al< ehurch-# -*p'
ini.ratv1
Catholic
nlftv
Union Churches
Where ell Protestante i-wperale erllh
Batty In essentials, liberty In bob-
arlale aad charity In all thlan
(Uatea neiuv. art ine Lainum Churcne
in the Canal Zone ana thoae in th* ler
aiinai eme o Panama and Colon whoa
Tooiieaiaiions ara primarily English-
peaking Beside- theae. the Cathedral ir
Panama City, th* Calhadral ol th* lm
naculale Conception in Colon, and num.
eroua parish churcbea in boll) citiaa. wel-
Lutheran
, I'kk'tvle .. J* a AILANTA, Dec. H, IUP) -
-rhooi at s.oo D.m. .. ^^i Georgia's controversial county
! unit system.of voting; went to the
U.S. Supreme Court for the third
time today while Got. Herman
Talmadge fired a new salvo In
the system's defense'.
Chief Justice W. H. Duckworth
*rn<~ 'QUO." IfeHhSft *'
Subs., JsSj^T.^T:. tM 0M
Colin, Srd Street .- *" ,
Service. .,....... hbx )* ,
attOICKMUt I.HHtKA.N C'MCKCH
The Church ol Ike Latheran Haur'
H. 1 Bern!ha I Paltbl
0 Balboa Road. Balboa.
Sunday School and Bible Claa a a m
Worship service 10:16 a.m.. "Come 1'hou
With Us and W* Will Qo Tb** Good.'' A
friendly welcome swans all vlailor Pol
:ome English speakint visitor*, though luck supper second Sunday each month
their congregations are orimarily
h-peaking i
Span
rnx AruANTic sidi
Cnalabal
The Kev Phillip Havener Paatoi
Phone 3-14*3
l*-4g Worship service ann Church-time na..,iiTiiii
:00 Young People Meeting
atan
HPSK
ST MABY'g
Balboa
Sunday Masses, uj. add. 10.00. 11:00
12:00 a.m.
iion: &:00 p.m
Holy Day Masses: S:SS. a IX), 11:10. II:
a.m
| Confessions. Saturday3:30. &:0U p.m
7:00. :00 pjn. Thursdays lor Piral
Friday-7.00. 8:00 p.m
Miraculous Medai Novena Monday at
.7:00 p.m
Rosary everv evening ai 1:0U
SACKM nun
Ancon
Sunday Masse, j Ja, 1.30. 1 30
Holy Day*: S:S5. 7:30 am
Marnarila I Confessions Saturday :i 3U. 5:00 pro
The Rev Henry Bell. Paater '"". 8:00 pjn Thursday lor first
Phone 3-14M L Priday-7:00. 8:00 p.m.
)] Bible School. Sacred Heart DevotionsFriday at 7:00
10.4.S Worship service and Cburcb-Umi "m
rursery
1:30 p.m., game Itiflht fourth Sunday
/:J0 p.m. The Service Centei. open Wed-
lesday thraugh Sunday, extends a eor-
1iai welcome to all military nersnnnel
Episcopal
aunan
The Kev J Willlem L Graham Pastoi
Phone a-366
to 30 Broadcaai on HUK.
and H(A
4 Sunday School
11:00 Worahip Service.
si"! Christian Endeavor
a.m
3n Youth Pellowahlp
H
ruusA-s
Cocol i
H JO a ni
Sunday Mau
Holy Day: s 00 am
ctatNin t iiapm
Curundu
Sunday Mats: 8:30 a.m
Holy Day*: s.as am
Conlaaalona: 3:30. 5:00 o m. Saturdav*
ASSLMPTION
Pedro Miguel
Sunday Man: S 30 am
Holy Day: s 30 *.m.
rut. PACIFIC SIDE
aaWa
The He\ Alexoidar H Shaw. Paator
Balboa Rd. at Sai: Pablo St
Phone 1-14*Church Office *-323
:3 Church Sen.*,. Free bus aervice
10:80 Worship Service. Junior Church,
F-rimarv Story -toui Church-time Nur
ery.
HZ S, M'Ld. ""WP Confe^io-ns: S.iurd.i-7 :!$. 7:46 p m
r.-^.. Fe)'ow*hip. Iloaary: Monday. Wednesday and Salur-
... .. ._ ... day at 7K pm.
All services at the Gamboa Union Catechiem fn.... ...j.,, man
Church, corner nf dalllard Highway Ci"*" s"*ky-030.
and Slbert Avemin. .. i(>vu a
The Rev. Raym-wd A. Gray. Minister, p.^J^
Phone 6-130. Sunday Ma**: / .00 a m
!;3S.S.,n Dy: 5:45 am
_ Morning Wor-hip. Confesaions: Saturday-3:30. 4:00 p
Fedra Miguel Roaary: Tuaaday7:00 p.m
Rev Raymond \. Gray as Staled Pa- Catechism Claase: Sunday-10 JO. njo
1.30
'toral Supply,.
:30 Sunday School
7-a Vespers,
Unitarian
latt
I MIARAN
SOCIETY
10:30 a.m
JWB Armed
Force* Service
Center Library
Balboa. C.Z.
Your invitation
to- Uberal
religion.
' VINCENT'S
Panam
Sunday Masses: f :0u, 1:30 a.m
Holy Days: 6:00. 8:30 a.m
Confesaions: Saturday3 00 S:00. 7:00.
8:00 p.m.
Before Holy Day*: 7:00. 8:00.
Rosarv every evening: 7:00 p.m
T JOHN BAPTIST Dl LA SALUt
lo Abalo
Sunday Masses: 6:30. 8:30 am.
Benediction: 4:00 p.m
Holy Day Masses 5 45 am
Confessions: SaturdayJ:M, 4J0
ANCON, C.Z
rHl CATHEDRAL Of SI n-ht
~..*t Hev Haoer Goooen. dishoi
rhe Very Rtv Raymond T. Fern Dem
7:3 a.m Holy Communion
Sat a in Cathedral School.
''-Momint Prayer and Sermon
I First Sunday o the month Holv Com
nun ion and Sermon.)
7:00 p m.- Evening Prayer ano Sermon
CRISTOBAL, H.r.
CNWatCH OF OUR SAVlot K
3rd SL near G. Navy
Kev. Milln A. Cookson. Pastoi
Holy Communion 740 am
Church School S:30 avna.
Morning Prayer-Sewnon ^|:00 am
H.C. fTr*t Sunday In the month i
Yoong People Vesper Service 4
i m <
Wednaaday. Holy Communion MM p.m
Choir Rehearsal 739 am.
A House of Prayer for all people
Church at SI Andrew
The Rev. David B. Reed
rloiy Communion 7:30 a.m'
Sunday School 9:30 a.m
Public Worahip 10:45 a.m
(H.C. Rm Sunday In the month.)
Young People'* F*llowhip :oo PJq
Choir rehearsal Wadnaadav evening
< t .30 p. m
Women Auxiliary Kid and tb ittur*.
day at 7:J0 p.m.
House of Prayer and Fellowship tot all
oeople .
SHear City
Service at ........,",.., }.*. ._
Sundae School at ........V.-. tZ S.
Jewish
will be asked to hear are two
damage suits brought by Xast-
ern editor Edwin Methvln and W.
M. Cox, a Cherokee County farm-
er, against Democratic Party
chairman James Peterg and par-
ty secretary Mrg'. Iris Blitch.
Methvln claims he was damag-
ed because his vote in Dodge
Another San Bias Tour lands, Dec 22 (UPi The 7 178-
Another Coln Chamber of -. ton United States freighter Idl-1
Commerce tour of San Bias Is- son Mariner was imported sink-1
lands is acheduled for Sunday, lng off the Belgian coast today
Dec. SO. > I after a collision with an un-
A 26-passenger DC-3 has been known ship.
chartered to make the flight tol '
Mendings Point, on the-main-1, The Bdison Mariner has rg-|
land of Panam. There passen- dioed two sailors are Irapptvi be-
County was not equal to every
other vote in the state.
Cox contends his vote under
gers will board a launch for
30-mile trip of the islands.
The plane leaves Tocumen at
S a.m., returning at 5:30 p.m.
J*wish llar* atoara, tfldg HKt-X. L*
Servirw on Friday,
of the State Supreme Court filed
a routine order permitting attor-
neys seeking- to have the system
declared unconstitutional to ap-
peal to the nations highest court the unit system was devaTued 07 or Fred" Busch," tour "director to find theiBdson Mariner In
which has refused previously to and reversed. Cristobal 1901.
outlaw It. .______'
The appeal is from a unanl- Both sought actual damages of Santa Trre Grounds
Total cost is $11.
For reservations call
Chamber of Commerce,
Coln
Coln
low decks and another Is Injur-
ed.
The Dutch salvage vessel
Brunvls, equipped With acetylene
torches to cut through to th*
trapped sailors, has been unable
heavy fog.,
,. iM> *imi nious decision of the State Su-
? ^ JrS*7 .abirie preme Court upholding the legal-
inder Posts Bases and Station
lity of the unit system which
congtegauoo noi shaaritb ian*i, Ave packs the balance of political
f" *SL*-4 *"_***.. to vtat* power hi Oeorgia-s less populous
Panama City. Rahbi Harrv A
Se+vice on 'Frldae. r> m
Merfeld
Posts, Bases
And Stations
PACIFIC SIDk
Prataatant
SORT AMADOR
Sunday fkhapl.................
Morning Worship ...........* ..
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School. Bid, ......
Morning Worahip...............
TORT KOME ...........
Sunday School............,..,..
Morning Worahip ........i;."!.
12th Station Hospital ...........
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Rial* School................ .
Morning Worship .........>..'.'.'.
Youth Group- .i................'.
Servicemen's Hour.............
Ua, AVAL STATION. RODMAN
Morning Worship...............
Protestant Sunoay School ......
Coroza] Chapel .........._.....
rORl CLAYTON
CatheUe
aBF
tday _
t2TH STATION
stoat'**
GeMS.^CO,IAl
rh* Veb A I
8:00 am. Every
er. .
(H.C let Friday.)
NJgh ten gale
day: Morning Hny.
GAMBOA
Samoa'. Charrh
Antesua Ochea g.
ere MUael -III
K
Rev
. Pedra .
Holy Communion
Sunday School ..........
Youth Organizations 5:00
Evening Prayer A Bibble
Sunday aba* ____
COROZAL CHAPEL
Sunday Maa ..,
roMYomi
?u?M^r''' ''.'........
Sunday Mama 5, 7 5 and ,al
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Sunday Ma* ................. 3*
ALAtiSq Ati roact base T
Dally Maa..............,..... 30
Sunday Mama........... 7:aa A ;*
ALBAOOK AIR FORCi
Sslurday ..
rORT CLAYTON
counties.
Meanwhile, Talmadge chief
exponent -of the unit system
found a new forum for his de-
fense of the system.
In an article in the Georgia
Review a literary publication
of the University of Georgia
Talmadge called the unit system
a "fountalnhead of democratic
government."
Writing in the winter edition
of the Review, the governor said:
"Preservation of the county
unit system Is not a factional
matter. It Is one of the utmost
io:4S importance to every person in
Georgia who wants to gee the ln-
in-ls ''"ce of his county in affairs
i. o the state continued."
'* Talmadge declared m the artl-
l04f fie that the refusal of the U.S.
: Supreme Court last year to con-
30 aider an appeal In another salt
against the system "has put to
rest the legal question of the
--..constitutionality of the county
iiJS'unitgyaftm."
The latest action against the
' :*> 1 system which the Supreme Court
101M
:!
10:30
*M
10:11
10:00
III
$10ff and punitive damages of
$100,000.
' The appeal cites a series of al-
leged violations of the 14th and
15th Amendments of the U.S.
Constitution by the unit system.
Two three-Judge federal courts
on previous occasions have re-
fused to throw out the system on
NEW YORK, Dec 23 (UP)A
check of the Grace Line ship
Santa Teresa will be made today
for any damage caused when the
8,000-toli vessel grounded off
Brooklyn yesterday.
The Santa Teresa was floated
at high tide last night and- wilt
continue her trip to South Amer-
these grounds. And" the"supreme af0-*3'* "* ""V* n
Ourt has twice refused to hear' _____,
S?.a,.lr thMe C"fS becauselu.S. Freighter la CelUaien
the question was moot. VASHllNGEN, The Nether-
A
..-'
.......*..
: sanirnsyJ:K), jo pm -_*!,T"'Sf
Friday artar Miraculous Medal No- *?. 4Ih Sunda
vana
NovenaFriday 7*0
Wedneaday7:00
and


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NATOS. Al nuilM t.llLKIHt>
Panama Baptist. Prayei Meeting a:3t
a.m Divine Service. *:3U ajn Divine Ser-
vtea i :15 p.m. and Serving ol Ihe Loro>
Supper at both Service Sunday School
I txi o.m
stoyn Baptist. La Boca. c. c. Divine
Service* 11.(Hi a.m and i 3U p.m Serving
the Lord Supyei el oolB Service Sun.
dav ScHoni at mi n.m
N* Hop*. Chiva-Chiva. tx Ulvuie
Servir* II.SO am Sunda School ai
1:00 m
Re k r Isruun. Mini-ln
tiiinyu. i-.. Divuie Service ai n .tit
am and 730 o m with Sundav Schoo
at 3:0h n m
Rev. A W Croak. Mtntitei
Ri< Ap to Mi' Sunoa\ school ai
i.OO nm
COCUl.l BAf riSl CHL'MCH.
Building 311 Bruja Road
W Y Pond Jr Panor
funday School ........... .Sam
Preaching Servlee .......... HIS an
training Union ............ 1:30 p.m
Preaching Service ......... 7:30 Dm
Biotherhood 7:00 p.m Mondays.
fraver MeeUng 1 ." Wednesday
RH1EMM IO\ HATIST CHURCH
St. I' Street
(Besioe the National Institua)
Box 1442 Panam City
Rev. Jos Prado Cideres Pastor.
SERVICES IN SPANISH
Sunday Service*
Sunday School.......... 10:00 am
Preaching Servir ........ 730 pm.
Wednesday, Bihie Study 7:30 urn
a? ;-ptt?*ii
IBM HAl-llal CHIJKCh
Slboa Heights, C i.
Ancon Boulevard
Drawer "B" R.I boa Height
' Phone Balboa 17J7
"Teas Charrh away fren
> alame taet as ttteadly''
lillas. H ateeby Past,,
Sunday School............. sjo a.m
Morning Worahip .......... io:4S am
Bapusi Training Union .... :30 p.m
-4
J0 ajn
I'M nm
Evangelistic Service........
eVarar MeeUng Wednaaday 7 JO om
W.M.S Bible Study
thuraday ....................... Bam.
Men Brotherhood
(Last Mondav In month) .. 1:30 om
ATI. ANTIC BAPTIST CHURCH
Beltvar Avenue et 11th Street
Cristobal. CZ.
>. FV*d L. Jone. Paater
Methodist
Miraculous Medal
p.m.
Roaary: Monday
o.m
ST. mrmoer*
Sunda Mass: 7'SO a.m. Holy Day Mas
:45 am
Sacred Heart Devotion; Friday
a.m.
Confession*: Saturday1:30. 3:00. 7*0
8:fMJ p.m.
Roaary every evening except Tuesday st
740 p.m.
COCO SLITO PLAYKHMl
Pastor. Rev Wm J fian CM
Sunday Mas* ____.......... 1:S am
Holy Day Mam ............ c an a.m
Sunday School ............. 8:45 a.m
Servleee Thuraday nights .. 7:S nm
Confession hefm-e Ms.
CHI'RCH or n HOI FAMILY
Margarita.cz
Rev William J Finn. CM
Maa.................-. :j}
MIRACULOUS MEDAL CHURCH
New Cristobal, th. at G St.
Pastor. Rev Vincent Ryan. CM
Sunday Masses. 7. S A 10:30 am
Weekday Mam. 30 am
Sat.. 8:00 a in
Holy Dav Mass *:00 1:00 a.m
Confession. Rosary, nightly 7:00 pm
Sunday School after the S am Mas
Miraculous Medal Novena service" -
Mon S:00 it 7:00 o.m
1st Sat Devotion, vary 1*1 Set
Mas*
IMMACULATE t ONCKPTION CffllRCB
Bolivar Highway. Oatun. CZ
Paslor. Rev Francf Lynch. C M
Sunday Mas*. 8 00 ajn
Weekday Masses Thura
Sat 7:00 a.m
Holy Day Mam. IipO.a.m
Miraculous Medal Novena service -
Mon 7:15 p.m.
lat Friday. Confession Communion.
7:1*. pjn
Confessions Sat f. .10 ar I-on om
ST. THOMAS' CHURCH
Gatun. Near Lock
Pastor. .Re-, Francis Lynch. CM
Sunday Mass, 45 a.m
Weekday Masse. Ttie. A Frl 00 am.
Holv Day Mass. 6:00 a m.
Mirara Ions Medal Novena' service -
Sri. 7:13 p.m.
Confessions Sat.. 7:1 8:00 p.m
let Sat Devotion, every lt Set.
Maa*
HOLV FAMILY CHURCH
Margarita. CZ.
Pastor, Rev William J Finn, CM.
Sundav Man. 7 Jo A 1:30 m
Holy Day Mas. 00 am.
Miraculous Medal Novena service
Mon. 7:00 p.m.
Instruction for adult Frl 7:00 pm
Confession Sat 4 DO. 5:00 A 7:00 to
8:00 om
ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH
Colon. lOtn ar Broadway
Paslor. Rev. J Raymond Maohate. C M
Assistant, Rev Robert Vignola, C M
Sunday Masse*. 5:45 .00 a.m
Weekday Mass, 5:45 am.
Holy Day Maasea. 5:45 at 8 00 a m
L Frl Mama*. 145 A too am.
Communion. 8:01 a.m
Baptisms Sun.. 4:00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena service
Wed al SIS A 7 00 p.m.
Novena of the Sacred Heart. Frl 1:11
Dm.
Confessions Sat.. :0. 5 00 p.m A
7::t o 8:0 pox
Sunday School. 3:*0 am.
Discussion Club Young man of Parish
Sun. 3:00 p m.
Instructions for adults seeking know.
ledge of the Catholic Church. Mon ft
Thura. 'at 7:13 p.m.
1st. Sat. Devotion, every let Sat after
id th Sunday .........
Women's Auxiliary ......
md nd th Thursday.
10JO am
Mis
aW
1*M
o^ss,
LA BOCA
SL Peter's dutch
Rev Lemuel B Shirley. I
S a.m.Hely 'Co
1 am.Choral 1 _
10 am.Morning
School.
S p.m.-Holy Ba'pUam. ,.
7:.in Dm.-Veeper and Sermon.
Coirimhnion Tumdays and unV4ay,,cficj
I, m.. Wednesday, and Friday* I .r***
Girl Frtaadly and 7 a.m. Monday. I **"
p.m. Tumday; Vmpera alAtjy at 7. -!
Ightly at 1
IwV p.m.
mAaWftaUTA
ttv lUraaiVara Chapel.
Margarita HosruUl
The Rev. M A. Coelaon
Sunday School in Evening Prayer
' on d m.
PALO SACO
ChBfch of The Hely Cater.,
The Ven A F. Nightengale
Every Mondap 8 JO a.m. Holy Cera
nunioa.
PARASO
a D. A. Osberne
loti am Holy Communion Sad Sunda*
t.30 a.m Sunday School.
a:0 pm Evening Pryer: and and th
after aundays
i Monday
Wedneaday
iociety.
i siti p.m Youth Meeting
4:10 o m Girl- Friendly
after
B*D TANK
'^"! rSA 11.00 ajn Holy .Communion and Sat
non 1st and Srd Sundays
U :0U a.m Morning Prayei ana add.
.ess. 2nd ahd 4th. Sunday >
S:00 o.m Sunday School and Baptlam
7.30 pm Evening Prayer and addrem
md and th Sunday* j
PANAMA Crr
ST. PA CIVS CHURCH '
A. r Nightengale. H U M.B.L
nd The Rev RI& Reginald Atwali
Venerable Archdeacon
:0U ajn Holy Communion 9M, m
7:00 o.m Evensong and Sermon
HRIS1 CHURCH RV-niF-.l* .*
Colon. R. d P.
(Opposite Hotel Waaningtoni
The Rev Ma inert J Peterson
JNDAYS. 8f* **
S am Holy Communion.
a.m. Choral Rtiehangt and Sermon
1IL30 am Church School.
w^nesdaT.'*0"' *vmuat *"
| a.m Holy Communion
7:30 om Evanaong and Sermon'
W om Adult CoofirmaUon CTaa
ro^rj..,'
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express to all their friend .
their dep appreciation
for all tha kind words of gympathy
reealvad in their recant bereavement.
Santiago da Cuba
Dae 21, 1951.
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1 aTjwa, i'^ajw' -_j u*nd w*8 P^tyed In a recent
rAL-J^e^dr,,r8^nr* ^Itcam match both declarers lost
at meetinr announced at ssoming
vice. ^^
CBUKCH O CMaUSl
^OOSl BaiBoa Road. Balboa
W Hariand Dllbcek. EvangeJIat
Telephone t-StOX
sundav stnvicjta
Bll* Clase tor all age* .... .0:0*'
Preachin arid Corngianlsi) .. inuam
"Tgachini d CorBion
Mroweza smvicrs
".
nv rsuavs
Ladle Bible Claa Thuwdav l:4S o.l
CBUBCH Of CHsUSTOM CrtMekeJ
SUNDAYS: ^^
#* aa*et in the Ames-Ira Legion Hal
in trent el the Clubhouse
Maralng Worshi* 1041 ne
Visitor- welcome
Ladle Bible Slud. at Uatun.
Miene Oetun Ig et rt Oullek 10*
ItH
WU MkTMOUlaY] CHI
I I British Conference
Minister Wil.lsm H. Armsu-ong
** aja. Morning Prayer and Serraoi.
ST
S.-0* am. Sunday School
AM ken Maetlng.
I J* BJBV BvasUng Prarer and Sermon
twdarrr imooai ihkih
rt* atiaal and Uelende Av*nU*.
atv. Maraan Pratt, alituatai
Colon IP
Be Norman Praii. Minuter
Bunday Seilitas at (:M as
uas.. Sundav School (or all
Monday IJ0 a
MCTHOOISI COUCH
Siver City. CZ.
Sundav Services gam and :15 p.m
aunday Sedsoel tor all ago at IN o.m
Tuesdaw 1M o.sn Prayer Meetinn.
-Tea navWaM To Werahlg'
Blkte Scheol ............. MM am
W^seMt .................. 1140am
Training Urvlen ............ Mom
Wasahsp ................. 7 st om.
Praver Meeting llhun.) ... 1 JO gas.
v:ncvts chlbch
Silver City. C Z
Pastoi Rev. Raymond Lewis. CM
Sundav Masses. 5:i 4 I 00 d m
Weekday Mas*. (40 a m
Holy Dav Masse. 5 30 A 30 am
j Sundav School. 11:(0 ajn
Miraculou Medal Novena service
: rue 7:0u om
Baotiam Sun Of o m
ConTaaainn Sat 1-J0. 5:00 0.m A 7*0
to I -00 B m.
instruction for adult*. Tus* A frl
nd 7:15 7:30 p.m
as at > lt Sat Devotion every lat Sat
Weakly Prayei
OUR LADY OP GOOD COUNSBX
Gamboa. CZ
Pastor Rev Charle Jaroua C.M
Sunday Maasea, 7 oo A IS* ajn
Weekday Maaaa g SO a an
Holv Day Maa 5 5 A I 30 am
Miraculous Medal Novena service
rue 7*0 pm.
Sacred Heart Novena service Prt /.Ol
o.m
Conlcaeion SaL im m
let. Sat Devotion, every let lat ,/,
evening Serviue *t s pjn at a jace tne slam by stabbing their toes
over the red nines.
In both rooms,. West opened
the king of spades and continued
v/lth the ace. in the first room
South rufred rith-the seven of
heartsa mstese He next led
the king of hearts, discovering
that West had all .four of the
missing tramps.
. South had to continue with the
queen and ten of hearts West
covered the. ten of hearts with
the jack, forcing dummy to win
the third round of trumps with,
the ace. Dummy's last trump was I
the eight, and. South'! was the i
nine. Declarer therefore could
not draw the last trump without
ieturning to hs own hand.
The only chance was to take
the diamond finesse before draw-
ing the last trump. West ruffed
the first diamond and got out
tafely with a club. Now south
was stuck In his, own hand and
eventually had to give up a dia-
mond trick. Down one.
In the second room. South
made a better start by ruffing
the second spade with the nine
of hearts He next led the king of
hearts, followed by the queen
and ten. It aidn't matter whe-
ther or not West covered with
the lack of hearts Dummy's
fourth trump was the eight,
while South's was the seven.
Hence dummy could win the
fourth round of trumps.
With all the trumps drawn and
H^^Ciatniunion .7..::::::: m the le,dJtaJ "1* ,dummy; declarer
reUowahrp Worahm at ..". lliS Jb. row hlMl to brln* m fUr dlA-
' mond tricks by a repeated fines.
CURLNUli PBOTBSTAN1
COMMUNITY CHCaCM
Chaplain William H Blah
Worship ..".
Sunday School
Morning Woi
faun* PaBle 'Service
aTvarlang Worship........,-..
Prayer Weetlng Thursday .......
Choir Practice. Wednaaday gt
and Saturday *JO a m
.
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Id
7:0*
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7:M n.m
am
OCO CATHOLIC CHLBCH
* !Sh?' rcaaagat
llth St West No 1
Holy eucharit Sunday at :S0
Turnean. W*dn*sdav* and rhursdav
ijfS"?'-?'aUncU"r' "'2 ell *"* *>> BlonB
pjn. Prayer' Guild.
CRIDA YS:
J P.m Children'* tucharlet
UtUDA# "nCa"
*. m Children* Confirmation Claa
''" Dm Crnnnline and Meditation
St. Geerge's Charch
Gatun. C.Z.
Bev Snlnmnn N Jacobs
:*5 am Church School
TtL1 m- MPT" *
1000 am Holv Cueharist and Sermor
s.. ^ii**:
u-^j-a a!sa5^^ta, ,Aim *oly
,^i. _. WesJnaadayai
7 00 Dm evening Prayer
00 om St Vincent's Guild
130 om Choir Rehearsal
Thursdava-
^dracon wrtSock* mSmi. ch.r,. *3fiE~'i"* '- i diamonds to berin that suit.
Ho^'Be&Tid-- ^*,"fih-2v?^.^-."^: ***] Bast played low. and South w
at Ballaeth ChrasUaa Charch
.Panami H. P
B*v T. Jt,*. D. D Bishop
., officiating.
Morning devotion al ........ :0Usm
at.
Sunday School at
Divme Service at ...........
SOO pm.
7:0 p.m
te. This declarer made his mis-
Sarmon at ........ IS'* *"" aeciarrr maae nis mi-
Hoiy cornmunion t".'.'.\".:." onm t}ke by leading the queen of
m
cbu^hschool" .7.7. .777 m
Solemn Bvenaeng ......
Womaa' Auxiliary, Snd Mondays
rucada' VTneant Acolita Guild.
Zt?"'J,"an* Taiursdav*.
M S^naong^^r- "" ^U"-M
mn+mMl rjff- ** rrMV' *
BIO ABAJO
*t ChrtatephM-, Ch,k.
I* B*.. Paraae Lefevre
AatMla Ortaaa a
I Pedr. MtgneT .jgg
Holy Communion.....
Sunday School ____...... ig;
Baptisms. 5 ta S pm 2nd A th Sun
days.
venina PrayerBible Study pm
1st and Srd Sunday
Woman's Auxiliary and.A th Sundav
' a* pm
Holy Communion edneeoaya. ] a aa
Wv*^d>" >n**lltlc"Ber:
ISO BJB.
1M bjb.
Rev
7:M am
s. dead duck. If he dropped the
low diamond, he would nave to
am win the second round of the suit i
"~! i In his own hand with the ten or
|3ack; and then there would be
no way to get hack to dummy for
'another finesse. If he dropped
f."??''^ "i'lamt* cNLRCHkh the ten of diamonds under dum-
SO AncoS^Uvr* *"** W* *Se?LEa^5 W-?"ld P.0Vr.tne
Christian Scientist
LHBISTlA.'
Sunday School ISO a.m
'^** if If.*' t'"rW' ***"t CrtateAai
IJth Street A Bolivar Highway
undav Bchool t.SO am
ChrtaalaB Selene* Society QsasAsi
___^ Civic Canter Building
Sunday II Jo a a> Plm A TkarB Wef
"saay *** r m
Sunday Set Ml it.II.
cine of diamonds with the king;
and then Bast would have a sur*
diamond trie*.
The right diamond play was to
lead the nine first. East would
have to play low. and the nine
would hold. Dummy would then
iead the queen, repeating the
finesse. Finally, dummy could
lead a low diamond to take the
f.nesse for the third time.
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LtURDAY, DECEMBER tt, 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN nUDBPBNDfcNT DALLT NEWSPAPER

page xm

roadway Angels' Putting The
tie Guy. Into Show Business
YORK, Dec. 22 (UP)
angel also Is somebody who
up dough for Broadway
juctlons. Wallace Garland,
engineer by profession, has
ae up with an Idea to turn
Indreds of, people Into "an-
r a dollar or even half a
, Garland say, they can
heads together and .recom-
mend how much money it a
ON THE LOOSE
Special Pre-Release at Hie Central Theatre
Tuesday, December 25
worth investing.
If the play turns into a hit,
Broadway Angels eventually
gets its $50,000 back plus a cor-
responding amount of profits
which are passed on to all the
little angels.
The corporation will be ready
to Invest its funds in every
- arland has formed a corpo- phase of show business tele-
ion called Broadway AngeR' v.ilon, independent movies, ra-
ntually Broadway Angel*
111 have a lot of money to
rest in promising legitimate
vs, he predicted.
Jarland feels that.the era of
|e big. single investor has pas-
in its place, he said, you
|id producers scurrying around
dozens of prospects folks
ho put anywhere from $100 to
1,000 into a show. Not that
era's anything wrong with
|at, Garland said, but many
net the producer really has
scrounge for his dough.
Broadway Angels, Garland
id, will go a long way to-
rd giving .the producer a
nforang amount of stability
up to $50,000 worth if the play
3ks good.
S professional theater peo-
who are connected with
Foadway Angels are expert-
Iced n every phase of play
|ting and producing. This 1s
lat happens when Garland
l>d his crew get bold of a
pt that looks good:
directors and writers
larch it 'from opening scene
I curtain fall... the business
Ilk go into every element- of
then they put their
dio. Primarily, Garland said,
the corporation will be anxious
to enter the legitimate .field.
Garland said: "Our idea la
not essentially now, but wc
think this is the first time that
any real effort has been made
to get a corporation together
for the purposes of supporting
theater productions."
Garland has had a handful
of publicity and has received
hundreds of offers from would-
be angels, particularly from the
western states.
Garland himself has had no
previous connection with the
theater. He has been an en-
gineer all of his life and has
handled Jobs with the shrewd,
cold calculation which his pro-
fession demands.
He said he hopes to apply
the same formula to the theat-
er and with sound advice from
professionals, not only will all
of his angels fly, they'll use
dollar bills for wings.
In order to offer Panam audi-
ences an extraordinary picture
during the Christmas holidays,
the Central Theatre and RKO
have selected "ON THE LOOSE"
for this special occasion.
"ON THE LOOSE" bring to the
screen a story of great human
re Navy Corsairs
lissing Over Dixie
[GEORGETOWN, S.C., Dec. 23
r)The South Carolina Civil
Patrol today Joined in a
|idespread search for two Navy
orsair fighter planes missing on
flight from Norfolk, Va., to
mdford, Fla.
The two planes took off from
pe carrier US8 Leyte yesterday
a routine flight. They were
t seen over Lake Waccamaw,
|.C and last reported their co-
lons as either over Conway or
(orgetown.
The planes were ordered to
irn back to Cherry Point, N. C,
lie to bad weather, but It was
Dt known if they did.
I The Navy said it had thrown a
nber of plane and several
limps into the search and the
llghway patrol o* Virginia,
forth Carolina, South, Carolina,
orgia and Florida nave been
rted. p
list Division
Iheduled To Shift
'raining Quarters
WASHINGTON, Dec. 22 (UP)
lie Army said today that the
1st Division, composed of Na-
Eonal Guard troops from Alaba-
ma and Mississippi, will be trans-
red in April from its training
e at Fort Jackson. S. C, to
__up Atterbury, Ind.
The Army said Camp Atterbu-
' offers better facilities for both
.alnlng and housing.
At Fort Jackson, the Army said,
Aere has been some overcrowd-
The 31st, known as the "Dixie"
division, has been training at
ort Jackson since it was ordered
ito active military service last
fanuary. It la commanded by
a]. Gen. Alexander G. Paxton,
Jreenville, Miss.
The 28th Division, a Pennsyl-
ania National Guard unit, Was
noved from Camp Atterbury to
he European (heater last
aonth.
JINX WORKS BOTH WATS
HARTFORD, Conn. (UP)Ig-
noring the superstition that $2
Bills are unlucky, Mrs. William
U Bennett collected 107 of them,
nly to have (hem stolen. The
hlef, however, defied the Jinx.
Ie wasn't caught.
CENTRAL
DECEMBER 25TH
PRERELEASE!
. UU KAM* m. .>.. OHMUS K. FOUMM
PRE-RELEASE!
DECEMBER 25TH
AT THE "
BELLA VISTA
and T R OP I C A L
. THEATRES
SUzling!... Sex.v!.. Sensational!..
STAGE SHOW
FOR ADULTS ONLY!
C
TODAY
At 11 p.m. -
CECILIA Theatre
PRESENTING
"FRANKENSTEIN '
AND THE LADY"
Terrific! Torrid I Tantalizing!
GUtl-
ft
\0ttSl
Gnt&
terrina
JOAN EVANS
MEIVYN DOUGLAS
LYI
- Plus: -
Girls! Mcmbo Numbers!
- Plus: -
"THE BLACK DANCE"
- Plus: -
Crooners and Comedians
Only
ON THE SCREEN
ARLEM FOLLIES"
ark Beauties in the I
Sexiest Shows!
,.0.60 & 0.30 cix
interest, which is familiar In al-
most every community the
problem of teen-age girls aban-
doned by negligent parents to
follow their own designs, which
do not always take the right
course.
The problem presented In "ON
THE LOOSE" p Vtrays the pathe-
tic picture of modern girls seek-
ing away from the affection and
understanding denied them by
their parents, who are too abs-
orbed in their own social and
business problems to pay any at-
tention to their daughters' wel-
fare. __
The Story of "ON THE LOOSE"
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER ti,
U.S. Davis Cup Players All Ready For Australia
Shields Having Tough Time
Picking Singles Starters
Ml I lidl km:, Australia, Dec. 22 (UP).Non-playing Captain
Frank Shields of the I'. S. Davis Cup tennis squad is having a
tough time deciding on his two singles players for the challenge
round against Australia starting next Wednesday.
Shields says all four players look so sharp he won't name
his singles players until the day before the challenge round
opens in Sydney. Ted Schroeder of La Crescenta, California,
Dick Savitt of Orange, New Jersey, Vic Seixas of Philadelphia
and Tony Trabert of Cincinanit form the American team.
Schroeder and Trabert are almost certain to form the U. S.
doubles team. They each won two singles matches and teamed
In the doubles for a 5-nothing sweep in the inter-zone finals
with Sweden last week. But, Shields knows the Aussies will be
tougher and doesn't want to place too much of a burden on
Schroeder and Trabert. Yet, in recent tournaments, Seixas and
Savitt were soft touches for Frank Sedgman, the number one
Australian player.
Schroeder, who has been playing Davis Cup tennis since
1946, says he's ready to play both singles and doubles if neces-
sary-
"I've given up spending Christmas with my wife and fa-
mily says Schroeder. "You can be sure if I'm chosen for sin-
gles, I'll give my very best effort."
Gunnar Galin, the non-playing captain of the homeward
bound Swedish team, thinks Americans will regain the Cup it
loft to the Aussies last year.
College
Basketball
BY UNITED PBESS
"It depends on Sedgman," says Galin, "he has been in good
form, but then Schroeder is reaching peak form at the right
time."
(Thursday Night)
EAST
NYU 87. Holy Cross 78
Manhattan 69, N.C. State 50
Canisius 62, Dartmouth 48
Colgate 67, Buffalo <
Siena 60, Loyola of the South 50
Connecticut 63, Va. Military 47
Trinity 72, Bates 65
Boston College 76, Harvard 63
Kings Point 59, R.P.I. 45
N. Y. St. Maritime 59, Harper 58
N.Y. State Tech 88, Union (N.J.)
JC69 .
SOUTH
Cornell 51, Tulane 50
Vanderbilt 65, Rice 56
Georgetown (DC) 84, Princeton
62
West Va. 87, Wm. ft Mary 66
Kentucky 98, Depaul 60
High Point 53, Citadel 48
Quantico Marines 64, St. Francis
(Pa.) 48
On The Alleys...
30WL 'EM OVERGary Kerkorian, left, Stanford's Addle-footed aerialist. take aim on the Rose
Jowl and a meeting with swift Johnny Karras and Illinois New Year's Day, at Pasadena, Calif. (NBA)
Prince Says Panama Track Team
Best Ever-But Could Be Better
o
Frank Prince, Panam"s elon-
5ated ace half-miler, thinks the
rack team Panamj sent to the
Bolivarian Games at Caracas was I for Panama's coach Charles Bei-
the best ever to leave the Isth-! izalre, whom he believes the best
mus, that it was better for its ex-| in South America.
the 13-man team, he doesn't
have to.
He spares a few more words
periences at Caracas, and fhat it
would be better still for more in-
ternational racing.
Some other people seem to
think so too, judging from bids
other countries are putting in for
Belizaire's services.
But he knows of no interna-
tional games coming along at | Prince Is all for Panam mak-
which Panama's track athletes Ing sure Belizaire doesn't take
may be able to pick up some big-, his coaching know-how else-
league polish before the time! where,
comes to begin wondering about | Reverting to
MIDWEST
Illinois 86, North Carolina 66
Penn 68, Michigan 63
Iowa 59, Oklahoma 46
Bradley 66, Colorado 58
Eastern III. 86, Ky. Wesleyan 76
Kent State 67, Lake Forest 65
Wabash 82, Deniaon 62
So. Illinois 73, Central Mich. 67
Morningside 73, Wayne (Neb.) 58
SE Missouri 75, Missouri Mines 67
Upper Iowa 75, Platteville 58
St. Mary's (Minn.) 60, Chicago
Tchrs. 53
Lacrosse (Wis.) 63, No. Illinois 61
Central (Mo.) 74, SW Kansas 46
Penn 40, Mt. Union 35
Milwaukee Tchrs. 64, Luther (la.)
57
River Falls (Wis.) 81, Stout 62
Quincy 63, Fresno (Cal.) State 48
Kearney (Neb.) 68, Mankato 66
Bemidji 68, Westmar 58
Evansville 76, Morehead (Ky.) 74
Buena Vista 61, Doane 43
Bethany (Kas.) 58, Sam Houston
(Tex.) 47
Augustana 61, Northern Tchrs. 58
Northwest Schools 85, Maryville
(N.D.) 72
Rickinson (N.D.) 92, Bottinrau
Forestry 50
Phillips Univ. 50, N.E. Okla. 43
Stemple Vs. Arthurs Tonight;
Balboa Opener Set Tomorrow
H. I. Horn* Co. Kegleri Gain on
Stempel In Major Bowling
ague Race With Win Over
Martins as Fuerxa y Luc Splits
With Insurancemen.
The H.I. Homa Company gain-
ed two points In the race for the
Major Bowling League flag Tues-
day evening at Diablo HelgSu
Clubhouse Bowling alleys wnen
they took the last-place Alma-
cenes Martlnz team for four
points after a spirited match,
while the Max R. Stempel insur-
ancemen were dropping two to
the power men from the Fuerza
y Luz.
The standings:
Pin
TEAM Won Lost Aw.
H.I. Homa Co. .. 44 16 888
Stempel ft Son 38 22 909
Angellril.....S3 27 863
7461st AU Signal. 32 28 882
Fuerza y Luz ... 29 31 879
Local 595, NFFE 23 37 850
Boyd Bros., Inc. 28 37 857
Martlnz.....18 42 848
The ten leading bowlers of the
league are as follows:
NAME Games Average
Cooley
Hudak .
Shattuck .
Saylon .
Madeline.
Totals. ,
7461ST AU SIGNAL
172
160
157
151
144
187
175
144
184
208
179
1434'
182 5]
189
784 898 837-251
Klumpp
Walker .
Bates. .
Jenner .
Andrews
Totals. .
ANGELINI
. 165 171
. 147
. 125
. 163
. 148
165
166
170
181
187- 41
1674fl
146-431
20453
225-
748 853 888248
Charlie Burr
Rides 300th
Balcer........ 45
Best.......... 46
Engelke....... 45
Madeline...... 46
Saylon........ 45
Fllebark...... 46
Marabella...... 42
Schneider...... 46
Morton. ...... 90
Andrews...... 46
196-33
185-44
185-24
184-43
184- 9
183-23
182-22
180- 9
179-28
179-15
PANAMA PRO LEAGUE
The Standings
TEAM Won Lost Pet.
Bombers........5 2 .714
Yankees........5 S .625
Bluebirds.......3 3 .500
Brownies.......1 6 .143
LAST NIGHT'S RESULT
(Panam Stadium)
Bombers 4, Yankees 0.
TONIGHT'S GAME.
(Panam Stadium7:30)
Cervecera Bluebirds (Stemple)
vs. Spur Cola Brownies (Arthurs)
TOMORROWS GAME)
(Balboa Stadium7:30 p.m.)
Carta Vieja Yankees vs. Spur
Cola Brownies.
July 19521 Prince"th'iks~the Panamanian! Southwest Mo. 57, St. Benedicts
ited the Bombers to only two hits Joe Tumlnelll doubled Napier 1^. ALMACENES MARI
trlnled and Archie Broth waif* UUmUin,
up to the sixth.
In the sixth, however, catcher
Eddie Napier caught hold of one
of Patrick's fast balls and blast-
ed a homer over the 340-foot
marker in right field.
The Bombers got another tally
In the sixth on an error, two
bases on balls and a single but
they really clinched the game
with two runs in the ninth when
Olympics In Helsinki.
Prince knows plenty about the
nervous strain of international
competition, Which he declares
to be a touch tenser than cant-
ering a couple of times around
the paddock at La Boca.
He says that maybe a crack
athlete will never lose all nerv-
ousness before a big race, but at
least big league experience will
cure a novice's tendency to be
panicked Into impotence first
time out among name runners.
Prince doesn't waste words to
extoll the quality of the Panam
track team at Caracas. With a
record of eight first places for
girl track team, which outran
everything in sight at Caracas,
would be championship class In
any league.
He wouldn't be In the least un-
happy to be named for the Hel-
sinki trip himself.
And, on Caracas form, he
thinks Panama's most promising
track prospect Is Donald Prince
no relation to Frank.
January 2 Prince goes back to
Savannah State College, Geor-
gia.
In a United States college, like
other Panam athletes, he will
be in a position to get more of
the big-race experience he so va-
lues.
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Hastings 53, Eastern New Mex. 52
Hanover at Manchester, Ppd.
SOUTHWEST
Southern Meth. 50, Texas Tech 48
Texas Christian 58, Nebraska 57
Arkansas 49, 'Missouri 43
St. Mary's (Cal.) 71, Arizona 64
Hardin-Simmons 70, Sul Ross 30
North Texas 67, S.E. Oklahoma 56
FAR WEST
Utah 60, Los Angeles Loyola 57
Wichita 72. Sa nDiego State 63
Memphis State 79, Eastern Ore-
gon 63
Gonzaga 74, Eastern Wash. 64
Whittier 77, Chico State 57
Ricks 54, Westminster (Utah) 49
Pomosa 52, California Aggies 48
Pasadena City 68, Grant Tech 52.
Blanked Again
Chesterfield AB R H PO A
Austin, ss
Tuminelli, 3b .
Napier, c. .
Brathwaite, If.
Prescott, rf. .
Monteiro, cf .
Bernard, 2b .
Williams, lb .
Gordon, lb.
Osorio, p. ... 4
The Cervecera Bluebirds will
start Cookie Stemple against the
Spur Cola Brownies' Stanley Ar-
thurs tonight at the Panam
Stadium In an effort to gain on
the league leading Chesterfield
Bombers and the second-place
Carta Vieja Yankees.
Tomorrow night the Colamen
are scheduled to tackle the Yan-
kees In the Balboa Stadium's
first pro ball games of the sea-
son. Vlbert Clark of the Spurs Is
slated to go against the Yankees'
Eddie Neville.
Last night the Bombers kalso-
mlned the Yankees, 4-0, behind
the six-hit pitching of Alberto
Osorio. The Bombers lashed out
ten hits to'sew up victory.
For five complete Innings the
game was a scoreless pitching
duel between Osorio and Yankee
starter Pat Patrick. Patrick Urn-
Ezzard Charles
KO's Joe Kahut
PORTLAND, Ore., Dec. 22
(UP)A smashing left hook by
formar Heavyweight Cham-
pion Exxard Charles knocked
out Oregon farm boy Joe Ka-
hut in the eighth round at the
Portland Pacific International
Pavillion last night.
The Cincinnati Negro kept
Kahut In hand despite Kahut's
dogged efforts to come baek
after taking a nine-count when
Charles landed a solid left
hook to the jaw in the second
round.
The 28-year-old Kahut land-
ed a (ew solid blows that jar-
red Charles In the second
round. Charles weighed 189
pounds, five more than Kahut.
tripled and Archie Brathwaite
singled.
Brathwaite, with three for five,
and Napier with two for five,
spearheaded the Bomber attack.
Manager Al Kubskl, with two for
three, and Scooter Koshorek,
with two for four, led the Yan
kees at the plate.
Burrell
Damin,
Presho .
Owesne .
A.
j!
133
125
167
173
168
168
200
172
158
176
139 440
170 495
182 521
180 511
169 513
Totals. H. 766 874
I. HOMA (
Fllebark 190 203
Sartori 180 169
Pierbon. 134 179
Payne 150 162
m
8402480
145 538
161 510
213 526
170 482
162 558
Totals.
853 910 8512614
FUERZA Y LUZ
Stephens 192 157 199 548
Thomas. 170 151 193 514
Jamison 206 191 173 570
Norrls ... 221 142^ 184 547
Engelke. 183 177 181 641
Totals.
972 818 9302720
MAX R. STEMPEL
Wilber
Zebrock.
Coffey .
Colston.
Balcer ,
184
188
172
159
225
238
203
180
237
184
ft SON
191 613
208 599
160 512
137 533
203 612
Totals.....36 4 10 27 7 0
Carta Vieja AB R H PO A E
DISTRIBUTORS: CIA. CYRNOS, S. A.
Koshorek, ss.
Jacobs, 2b .
Kropf, cf. .
Lynch, If. .
Cronin, rf .
Kubski, lb .
Jazlnski, 3b
Dabek, c .
Patrick, p .
Polnte, p .
Thomas, p.
Totals.....33 0 6 27 13 3
Score By Innings
Chesterfield 000 001 1024
Carta Vieja 000 000 0000
Runs Batted InNapier 2, Gor-
don, Brathwaite. Earned Runs-
Chesterfield 3. Left on Bases-
Carta Vieja 7, Chesterfield 9.
Home RunNapier. Three Base
HitsKoshorek, Kubskl, Tumln-
elll, Lynch. SacrificeBernard.
Stolen BaseKoshorek. Base on
Balls offOsorio 1, Patrick 2,
Polnte 1. Struckout byOsorio 4,
Patrick 2, Polnte 1. Hits and Runs
offPatrick 4 and 2 In 7; Polnte
3 and 0 In 2-3; Thomas 0 and 2
in 11-3. Wild PlthPolnte. Los-
ing PitcherPatrick (0-1). Win-
ning PitcherOsorio (3-0).
TV Free Loaders
Complain About
Matthew's Fight
SEATTLE, Dec. 22 (NEA)
Jack Hurley was asked what he
thought of Harry Matthews'
showing against Danny Nardlco
in a light-heavyweight match in
Cleveland.
"Although Matthews won, he
looked bad," conceded Manager
Hurley. "He was hit more than
he's been hit in a year.
"I picked up some Chicago pa-
pers after the fight, and they
were full of letters about what a
lousy fighter Matthews was. Let-
ters from fans who saw it on
television.
"How do you like that? They
see it for nothin' on television,
and they write In complalnln'
about the show?"
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NEW HATTITUDE Eddie
Stanky, who fused the New
York Giants' amazing pennant
drive last season, tries on a St.
Louis Cardinal hat for size after
signing a player-manager two-
year contract with the Red Birds
at a reported $37,000 salary.
(NEA)
Totals.
928 1042 8992869
CORAL GABLES, Fla., Dec. 21
(UP)Charlie Burr, a 17-year I
old fuzzy-cheezed youngster, bel
came the seventh wonder of thl
Jockey world yesterday when hj
won the eighth race at Troplct
Park for his 300th victory of th ]
year.
Burr, of Arkansas City, Kan
pushed Four Notrump, a 14 to
long shot, under the wire afte
trying in vain to pick up his cov
eted 300th all day Thursday an
up to the eighth race yesterdaj
He rode his 299th winner Wed I
nesday.
He now joins six other jockey I
who have reached 300 in on
season.
Only a handful of riders hav I
accomplished the feat. Amon;f
them Walter Miller, Vlncen |
Powers, Jackie Westrope, John
ny Longden, Joe Culmone ami
Willie Shoemaker.
Miller and Longden scored
doubles, the former performing
the feat in 1906 with a 388 tall]
and repeated in 1907 with 334,
Longden rode 316 winners in 1941
and then came back with 319 hf
1948. Burr was born in Ark ansa
City, Kansas In 1934. His firs
mount, on a thoroughbred, w
aboard a colt named Thomas
Fairmont Park in Colllnsvill^
111., in September 1950, which i..
so proved to be his first winne
LOCAL 595, NFFE
, 199 166 180 535
180
170
180
178
Malee
Nolan ... 159
Kelsey ... 169
lady .... 175
McCarr'gher 212
157 496
144 483
147 502
213 603

Totals.
914 864 8412619
Morton
Dalley .
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Melanson
Schneider
Totals. .
BOYD BROS
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165
163
178
174
168
143
166
166
191
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175 485
146 474
171 516
156 521
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER St, 1951
THE rANANA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY* NEWSPAPER
MOB
Giants' Pennant Victory Year's Top Sports Yarn
o----
Hoop Scandal, Hogan's
National Open Also High
By OSCAR FRALEY
- United Press Sport* Writer
NEW YORK, Dec. 23.Looking bck on a year
replete with good sports stories, this corner's vote
for the best in 1951 goes to the battling New York
Giants for their Cinderella comeback to win the
National League pennant.
Cleveland Browns
Place Nine Players
On U.P. Grid Stars
Gun Club Notes
i From strieUy a news stand-
point, you can get an argument
horn the edlton who hold out for
the amateur sport scandal*. But
lor Sheer almoet unbelievable
drama nothing touched the mo-
ment when Bobby Thomson's
home run blast In the last Inning
of the final playoff game capped
the greatest comeback m base-
ball history.
So the 10 best sports stories of
the year are Judged here in this
order:
1The Oiant pennant victory.
2The basketball scandal.
3Ben Hogan's National Open
TTlumpa. ,
4Army's cribbing scandal
5Joe Walcott winning the
Randy Turpin'a title upset of
Hay Robinson.
fThe World series
*Mauraen Connolly winning
the National Tennis champion-
ahlp at 16.
The Kentucky Derby.
10-JOe DlMagglo'e retirement
That's overlooking a number of
fine atenea, such as Allie Reyn-
old's two no-hitters and Happy
Chandler's ousting as baseball
cammissloner to be succeeded by
Ford Frick. But well stick with
our 10 .
The sensational Giant finish
wins top honors because it will
go down to aport shtatory not
only as one of the top stories of
1951 bat also as one of the best
of all time. It was a perform-
ance which overshadowed even
that of the 1*14 Miracle Braves.
Hogan's retention of the Open
championship deserves its high
spot.
On the heels of hia terrific 1950
comeback. Hogan once more
proved the master in, dramatic
f aahion. Five strokes back of Bob-
by Locke at the start of the final
round he stormed through once
again in the inimitable Hogan
manner to thriH, the sparts
world. l.
Walcott's grim pursuit of the
title and hia ultimate triumph at
an g* when most boxers are
long since through, was a smash
ending for one of the fight game a
most sentimental odyssey. And
Turpln's feat loomed large be-
cause of Robinson's reputation.
After the National League
thriller, the World Series came
NEW YORK. Dec. 33 (UP) -
rhe Cleveland Browns have plac-
ed nine players on the United
Presa National Football League
all-star team.
United Press sports writers
f.-om the league cities split the
All-America squad into offensive
and defensive teams. Cleveland
players on the offensive team are
Suerterbaek Otto Graham, half -
aek Bub Jones, tackle Lou Oro-
sa. end Dante Lavelll and canter
Frank Getaki On the defensive
team ara end Len Ford, guard
Bill Willis, linebacker Tony
picked Count Turf to win. Adamle and halfback Warrn
DlMaggio's retirement ranks j^^
because for the Yankees symbol- xhes>f fensi\ e backfield shows
ic of baseball success, it marks oxaham jon,, halfback Doak
the end of an era. If Joe had walker of Detroit and rookie
ing eventsvan with the book-
makers among the missing. And
maybe I'm prejudiced because I
" !k
ALBROOK-CURUNDU STILL
IN RIFLE WIN COLUMN.
Three rifle matches were fired
during the mid-week activities of
the Isthmian Gallery League.
The Balboa Oun Club team now
has three wins In a row after a
shaky start as they defeated the
Rodman Marines In what could
be termed a crucial match by tne
score of 1083 to 1038. Veteran Al
Joyce led the winners with 380.
The Marines fired without their
top smallbore shooter, Lt. John
Counselman.
While this was going on, the
Balboa Juniors were firing a-
galnst the Balboa ROTC at the
Tatter's range. The Juniors de-
feated their hosts 1084 to 998,
with the astounding Dick Dill-
the end of an era. II Joe naaiWalker of Dctrolt ^i rookie "*n Jr*mM*??m ,!? "*JJ
made his announcement lmme- luUback Dan Towler ot the Los 290- Dick art orne son of new
dlately after the World Series, the :Angeles Rams ^oy Hlrsch of, record by^quaUlng hto '""
edge might have been dulled But l,,, AnRe}es ond LaveUl are the score with his offhand. Actual,
his decision was one of the best- ttla Groza Wld Dwitt Coulter thl w"
of the New York Giants the tack-
RODMAN MARINES
Prone Sit Stand Ttl.
Watson 14 II 80 385
Thamalis 13 89 80
McClure 97 89
Perkins 97 84
3
383
IS!
Team Total
1038
BALBOA JUNIORS
Prone Sit Stand T.
Dick Dillman 100 98 95 290
JOe FuUer 97 98 88 283
John Schmidt 95 88 84 348
NOrtne Dillman 96 87 84 338
Team Total 1084
Sports Briefs
BY UNITED PRESS
BOSTONYoung Norman Hays the bell,
of Boston stands as a coming
middleweight.
The 21-year-old Bostonlan out-
pointed veteran Robert Vllle-
maln of France in a ten-rounder
Monday night at Boston. The
victory was a real upset and
Former Yankee star Tommy
Henrlch made his broadcasting
debut Tuesday night. Henrlch
the "Old Pro"announced Mon-
day he would fellow the example
of teammate Joe DiMagglo and
showed Hayes" as" both'a boxer confine his baseball to a micro-
and puncher; i phone.
He rocked Vlllemain with hooks, Henrkh waa a coach with the
in the early rounds, slugged it Yankees last year. But he says he
out toe-to-toe on a couple of oc- realizes he did not fit u
easlohs and turned on the foot-
work when the Frenchman start-
ed to press. At the end he was
BALBOA ROTC
Prone Sit Stand Ttl
Hubert Jordan 94 96 77 286
O. Hendrlckson 99 98
Lamb't Baxter 98 (3
Jacob Plicet 94 93
8
36
383
244
333
kept secrets of the year and, as
auch, built up In Importance.
But to the Giants go top hon-
orsfor the kids from Coogan'a
Bluff wrote one Into the books
which will rank with those of all
time.
Albrook Blue Jays
Among Favorites For
JC Hoop Tournament
If the Albrook Blue Jays don't
win the coming Junior College
Invitational Basketball Tourna-
ment, it will be a mighty good
team to defeat them. Their ros-
ter reads like the All-State team
from Pennsylvania. Latest addi-
tion to the Blue Jays roster la
Charlie Toughill, a red hot scor-
er that seldom misses. He stands
5 ft. 11 in., waa an All-BUte per-
former while attending high
school in Pennsylvania, and has
one of the most terrific Jump
shots ever seen in these parts.
Supporting this lad la the boy
who waa chosen the most valu-
able player In the Pacific 81da
Basketball League this past sum-
mer, Sal Sclafani. Sclafanl waa
captain of the sensational Rhode
Island State University team lor
two years. This waa the R. I.
team that waa so famous for its
"fire house" basketball. He was
also mentioned on several of the
All-America teams l***-*9.
and was chosen on the All-Bos-
ton Garden team in 1948.
Not content In having those
two, the Fly Boys have also got
such boys as Don Lee, leading
scorer in the Pacific Side League
last summer, and a member of
the Pennsylvania State Cham-
pionship team in high school.
That was in 1947. Along with Lee
Is another All-Stater from Penn-
sylvania In the person of John
.. OT..~------ Muto. The fifth man for the Blue
aa something ef an sntl-climax jay8 WM probably oe Bob Hum-
_ ... -am ii. ..I.. >..! sal- ^_i_a-....B* ,.,U/-> fa innthpr All-
les. Dick Barwegan of the Chi-
cago Bears and Lou Creekmurof
Detroit the guards and Oatski
the center.
The defensive team has line-
backers Adamle and Chuck Bed-
narik of Philadelphia, halfbacks
Lahr and Otto Schnellbacher and
Emlen Tunnell of the Olants,
ends rord and Leon Hart of De-
troit, tackles Arnie Weinmaister
of the Olants and George Connor
of the Bears and guards Willis
and Jon Baker of the Olants.
i "
Along The Fairways
RINGER TOURNAMENT
For Saturdays, Sundays and Hol-
idays only.Starts Saturday. De-
cember 3t, through Sunday, Jan.
38,195?. Entrance Fee, $1.86.
Three-quarters handicap al-
lowance. All scorecards to be
signed and attested and marked
"Singer." .
Any nine holes played on Sat-
urdays will be considered for the
out-0 only. Any nine holes Play-
ed o nSundays will be considered
for ln-9 only. 18 holes played on
any day will count as played. De-
cember 25th will be considered a
Saturday and January 1st will be
considered a Sunday. A ring will
be placed around the scores on
the card the player wishes to en-
ter for any particular hole and
the score will be marked on the
But it's still the series and al-
ways rate shlgh. Miss Connolly
wrote tennis history when she
equalled Helen Wills Moody's
feat of capturing the National
Amateur net title at 16.
The Kentucky Derby has to
crowd Into the picture as one of
the year's most glamorous sport-
Stengel Pot Problem
Up To Soldier
NBW YORK, Dec. 23 (NEA)
Casey Stengel wins the prise for
mi's most perfect squelch
Tha New York Yankee man-
ager received a letter from a
young man In the Army hotly
berating him for some strategy
that want wrohg against the
Red Sox.
Stengel promptly answered the
missive.
"If you're so smart, he tele-
thls was the second highest
standing score ever fired In the
league. As far as the memory of
this reporter can be relied on, Lt.
Col. John "Mr. Bench Rest" Boles
of the 48th Cavalry, fired 98
standing in the 1948-49 season
when he set the league record of
264 out of 300 for an Individual
score.
Hubert Jordan with 388 wag
high for the ROTC boy.
The next night on the Albrook
range, Dick took another shot at
col. Boles' record, and raekad up
a 292, with a 94 standing A-
galnst Albrook-Curundu, how-
ever, this wasn't enough to win
for the Balboa Juniors, who went
down to defeat before the con-
sistent acoras of the combination
military-civilian outfit 1114 to
1058. BUI jaffray and Earl Mitch-
ell of the winners both scored
381 to pace their team.
Team Total-
Mi
ALBROOK-CURUNDC
Prone Sit Stand Ttl.
Bill Jeffrey 99 98 88 381
Earl Mitchell 99 97 86 381
Bill Merrlman 98 91 83 279
Bob Demmg 98 94 81 273
Team Total-
Yankee organisation. However,
he says there was no. friction
with Manager Casey Stengel.
tterfig" VUTemain" with"both1 Henrlch says he, is through
hands and had him reeling at with active baseballas he puts
lt"out of the old monkey salt
for good."
NEW YORK The united
States Lawn Tennis Association
recommends that 18-year-old
Robert Perry of Los Angeles ho
ranked first In the nation in the
Junior division.
The ranking must bo approv-
ed at the Tennis Association's
annual meeting during January
hi New York.
Other recommendations for
top ranking, made by the asso-
ciation boy s division: Jerry
Moss of Miami Beach, Florida.
Lrls' division: Anita Kanter of
anta Monica, California. Inter-
seholaatle division: Herbert
Browne of Columbia. South Car-
olina. And in the veterans divi-
sion: Harold MaeOuffln of Mew
York,
1114
BALBOA JUNIORS
Prone Sit Itand Ttl.
Dick Dillman 100 98 94 392
J04 Fuller 95
John Schmidt 98
Harry Cody 98
The scores:
BALBOA
Prone Sit Stand Ttl.
A'**" i V. 55 22
Clay Breckon 100 98 71 173
Fred Wells 100 84 78 272
Ley Ryan 94 88 73 388
Team Total 1088
MIC fcIU "C .?" "-----------.
ter for any particular hole and
the score wlfl be marked on the
score sheet on the bulletin board.
U8GA rules for medal play aa
amended by local rules wUl ap-
ply. AH putts wUl be holed out.
Only 2, 3 or 4 ball matches to
Count. Players kr HOgWF, oa
core sheet prior to W?., _
Charge on monthly bill WUl be
made for entry fee.
Prises will be awarded for:
Low Not.
Second Low Net
Third Low Net.
Pourth Low Net.
Fifth Low Net.
Isthmian Sports
98
89
91
83
88
68
378
250
341-
tins is
NO FISH STORY...
Team Total-
1058
Slim City Sporli
INTRAMURAL BASEBALL
Jerry Escalona pitched a nO-
hit, no-run game when the Ol-
ants met the Browns in a sched-
uled Elementary Little League
Baseball tilt. The only run scored
in the game was made by him.
The cardinals met the Indians
and won at a score of 6 to 0. The
Braves took On* from the Yan-
keea as they chalked up a 6 to 4
victory.
The standings:
TEAM
erlckhouse, who is another AU-
performer. Bob picked up his
honors by being named to the
All-Service team in the El Paso,
Texas area last year.
From that Une-up It can read-
ily be seen that this group of boys
Is going to make it tough gomg
in the tournament. Tickets for
the tournament can bo purchas-
ed at the doors the night of the
games. All games wUl be played
at the Balboa Gym. starting with
a doubleheader on Wednesday.
December 28, and going Tight
through December 29 when the
finals wUl be played.
Games on the,26th will pit the
defending champs Cristobal High
against the Working Boys and
Cristobal Athletic Association
against Albrook On the 27th It
will be Balboa High against Pow-
ells and J. C. against 15th Naval
District.
Winners of each of the games
will meet on the 28th, and win-
ners and losers wUl play for the
"If youTe so smart," ne teie- ner no f*-j -
e-raphed, "let's seo gou get out I title and consolation title on the
of the Army." 26th.
I'
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Special Christmas Sale
Model III F with F2 lens ond coge
Reduced to $199.50
PORRAS
Plazo 5 de Mayo
PANAMA
Sports Shorties
By UNITED PRE8S
NEW YORK. Dec. 33 Welter-
weight Champion Kid Oavllati
hksagreed to defend his title
Sainst Charles Humes of France
Madison Square Garden In la'e
March. Managing Director Harry
Markson of the International
Boxing Club says OavUan wUl
sign contracts for the bout after
Humez agrees to terms and a
date.
BASEBALL
General Manager Hank Green-
berg of the Cleveland Indians re-
ceived an early Christmas pres-
ent to the form of A new three-
year contract. It replaces the
two-year contract Oreenberg was
given several weeks ago.
Cleveland President Ellis Ryan
decided to increase the contract
at a Tuesday board meeting. "Wa
discovered." says Ryan, "that
sentiment In favor of Oreenberg
was even stronger than we Had
Imagined.*
KICKER
It's things like this that makes
a golfer break his clubs and
swear off the game fo rllfe.
Ray Ockernal approached the
159-yard sixth hole at the Presi-
dio Club In San Francisco yes-
terday and teed off. The bail
stooped two inches from the cup.
Get inside that." Oekeroel
dared Reno Sbarbaro.
Sbarbaro shot a hole In one.
MIAMI Coach Andy Gustaf-
son of Miami University says he
won't know for about a weak
whether running star Frank
Smith wlU be able to play tha
Oator Bowl game against Clem-
son on January first. Smith, who
suffered a coneusston In tha
Pittsburgh game this leasoa.
worked out for tha first time
Wednesday. _
ATLANTACoach Bobby Dodd
of Georgia Tech has been study-
ing pictures of Baylor rOotboJl
games and he Isn't sure he Ukea
what he has soon. Dodd. whojo
Tach team meets Baylor to tha
Orange Bowl, aays the Beera
probably will be the best team
Georgia Tech has met all season.
COLLEGE PARK. Md Rain,
enow and lee'are causing Mary-
land Football coach Jim Tatum
plenty of concern Tatum rty'ho
WlU have to hold Indoor practice
tosslons the rest of the weekjp
reparation for the Sugar owi
game with Tennessee.
TNT Brothers took undisputed
possession of first place In the
pacific Boys' Club Cage League
by virtue of a smashing 89 to 33
win over the strong Christian
Brothera quintet, in the Pacific
Clubhouse auditorium Monday
evening. The vletory makes It
four straight, following one de-
feat to their Initial engagement.
At the outset, lt appeared as If
the CBL squad would be easy
winners as they took a six-point
lead to the first quarter, and
maintained the margin through
the second period. But over-con-
fidence and a series of mlscues
Dodgers...... .. 1
Browns .. l
Cardinals......
Braves........ 0
Olants........ 0
Indians. .. ,j 0
White Sox...... 0
Yankees...... 0
won Loot Pet.
1.000
1.000
':
looo
.ooo
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THERE IS NO FINER WATERPROOF* WATCH
THANA LAMQNT
WATER CAN'T GET IN TO RUST ITS PARTS...
DUST CAN'T GET IN TO MAR ITS BEAUTY
A capacity crowd witnessed tha
opening of the Senior High base-
ball season at the Silver City
Heights Playground. The game
brought together the Almenda-
res and Mayor Brownie. When
the last named team edged Al-
mendares the score was 7-6.
The Mayor Brownie ehalked up
the first run In the ending of the
first toning. Almendarea tight-
ened In the second and retaliated
fldence and a senes o matucj cuca ui hkscuiuumw >.....-^-u
in their passing aided their op-iin the thirdI to tiethe score. The
nonenta. teanu rallied until the fifth ln-
^ Inlng when Mayor Brownie again
The last two quarters Of the'added three more,
fray were a complete reversal of In the top of the sixth frama
the two previous ones as the TNT
outfit want on to win to an easy
fashion.
The league standings:
TEAM- Won Lea*
TNT Brothers...... 4
Farmacia Chu......
Christian Brothers ..3 3
San Carlo* Sporteri ..0 4
Almendajes' again knotted the
score and added two more to the
seventh. The Mayor Brownie
proved the muter whan they tal-
lied to the bottom of tha sev-
enth to cinch the game, 7-8.
Batteries: Almendarea Gor-
don, Lewis and 8)maU. Mayor
BrownieMontes. Frederick and
Hudson.
4 i i-
Wear lt in the water,
plunge it into the sand.,
your Lament waterproof
watch is sealed against
moisture and dust. The
handsome face stays
handsome; the remark-
ably accurate movement
stays accurate. In or out
of the water there's no
finer watch than a
Lament waterproof!
JCa/a fa/tlich
JEWELRY HEADQUARTERS
PANAMA
STORE
OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M_____'TILL CHRISTMAS
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JOCKEY BURR SCORES 300TH WIN
Winter Arrives
After Weeklong
US Deep Freeze

AN PmEPEND^^jfj^DAILT NEWSPAPER
(Page
Let the people know the truth and the country is $afe" ~ Abraham Lincoln.
NEW YORK, Dec. 22 (UP)A
hitter cold wave swept eastward rwEWTX-se> enti
across, the midwest today as the
nation prepared to enjoy a lOngi
four-day Christmas holiday.
Travel was eported heavy as1
thousands began homeward
treks for Christmas. New York;
railroads expected volume to set!
an all-time record.
The National Safety Council
estimated that 800 persons will
is in holiday traffic accidents
from 8 p.m. tonight until mid-
night Tuesday. It was the worst
predicted toll in history.
The week-long siege of snow,
and coldwith winter not
YEAR
PANAMA, B. P., SATURDAY, DECEMBER U, 1851
FIVE CENTS
Death In Traffic Accident Due
Today For

ictim
CHICAGO, Dec. 22 (UP)The, identity of "Victim X" never will
due nation rushed today toward the be known
officially until todayhad caus- millionth traffic death since the; He could be a husband driving
ed 290 other deaths attributed, dawn of the automotive age *at home from work, a housewife
directly or Indirectly to the wea- the turn of the century. I doing the family shopping, or
ther i Somewhere in the country you.
Weather forecasters said the "Victim X," the millionth fatal-
new cold wave probably will not ity, is leading a normal life, per-
last long and that most of the haps doing his Christmas shop-
snow is over. ping.
itrong winds pushed the Arc-. But some time today he will
tic air rapidly toward the East, die in a traffic accident, accord-
where the cold was expected to ing to the estimate of the Na-
rout a momentary warm spell by tional Safety Council,
tomorrow. The Council repo '
In the Midwest temperatures of 4 p.m. (EST) Thu
dropped as much as 18 degrees persons had died since the first
In two hours. It was 33 degrees victim was run down and killed
In Chicago at 5 a.m. and seven by an auto on a New York street,
above zero at noon. In 1899.
The cold froze snow and slush The Council had issued a fig-
on streets and highways into sol- ure of 999,750 as of Wedn
Id ice and driving was as treach-'night. The increase of 30
erous as trying to walk on eggs, based on press service tabulation
Railroads said part of their big of deaths, to which a corrective
travel volume may be due to mo-1 factor was applied to account for
torists deciding that the roads unreported deaths
The target date for "M Day"
was set months ago amid hopes
by the Council that sane driv-
ing would delay it. But only
onee was the date set back
from Dec. 11 to Dae. 22.
The.Council said the millionth! da
! death will fall among the 400
Tted that as, persons expected to die in traf-
ursday 999,780'
fic over the Christmas holiday trolley and helped a woman to
which began at 6 p.m. yesterday alight.
and will end at midnight Tues-
day.
If the nation reaches the 800
figure, it not only will kill the
millionth victim but record the1
largest holiday slaughter to his-
tory.
"Victim X'" will die Just 51
"It has been a little more
than 5* years to kill the first
million,'' said Ned H. Dear-
born, president of the Safety
Council. "But if traffic deaths
continue at the present rate, it
will take only 3 years to kill
the second million."
In all American wars since
TiSf ii.8^n7 Wy is T "W.?0 m <* ** >nto tto(8i2tomota
f&. S?rti^!0TflAjtorla,- 0re- in.tittMto<. e,ort halt ta The "el, bound
from Portland to Los Angeles, caught fire off Astoria. Keren persons were missing In the
years, three months and eight Paul Revere routed out the Mln-
days after a horseless carriage ute Men In 1775, the number of
killed a man named
in New York as he s _
460.
It's Christmas On The Isthmus,
By The Old Sighs, And New Ones
are too dangerous, but part also
was attributed to the Increased
numbers of servicemen who will
be on furlough.
Chicago railroads estimated
travel up 15 to 35 par cent over
last year.
Railroads at New York expect-
ed an all-time record load of
passengers and the New York
Central Railroad said volume was
"unprecedented."
Buses and airlines also were
First Group Of New Houses
K| Completed In Silver Gty
- O
The first group of houses for I of plans to demolish the old
Christmas has come to the size and number this small trees
mm Ris=^S5Ss .??%sNffffl
places.
Ti
September.
Council officials said that the local rate employes to be com- quarters In those sections as soon
,_____------------------------ipleted in the Canal's 1851 build- as possible.
Ing program were transferred to There are now 86 families re-
the Panama Canal Company this mainlng in Camp Bierd. About! Tonight marks the second an-
week by the contractor. 1150 families live in the quarters nlversary of the New Balboa
The transfer included 15 two- in Silver City which are sched- Theater which will be celebrated
family houses in Silver City, lo- uled for early demolition. I hi the theater with the presenta-
cation of the one large local rate I--------------------------------------- tlon of the Balboa High School
housing development in the 1951 D_t_,/*_,_ _l "*____._._,., cnoru8- under the direction of
quarters program. ranV__nOI vOmpany Victor Herr, director of music.
There are six one-bedroom, five _>_ i -r _i '.I Balboa High School
A'.two-bedroom, two three-bedroom! DOOFQ lO Meet I .The program wLU include such
Argentine Women
Demanding Release
Of 'German Patriot'
oversize and the decorations
colored lights, has a rival this mas spirit. .
year for the long-accepted posl- Later there were inquiries. A
tlon as "official7' Canal Christ- '
mas tree.
The newcomer bn the Canal
Christmas tree acme- is a fine
14-foot balsam on the porte-
cochere of the Administration
Building at Balboa Heights.
The Administrative Branch at
Balboa Theater Has
Special Program
For 2nd Anniversary
tree was missingone which
had been ordered for the Ad-
ministration Buildlrig porte-
eochers. There was too little
doubt then about the origin of
the fine Administrative Branch
tree.
So the beautiful balsam
BERLIN, Dec. 22 (UP)
__ &3S. m? __- _&-_ tu r ss
was pressed into service. (manding thew*
Many trains ran late because "German patriot Lilly Waecht-
of the Jam and bad weather, er, who was imprisoned by a
Cleveland depots were crowded,U. S. High Commission cour
four-bedroom houses In
group to be completed.
They are all masonry duplexes
and are located on A Street.
other features as 8gt. Dale
Burckhardt of the 71st Army
Band from Fort Clayton.
.The Board of Directors of the SffB tff&KSUS
In CZ Jan. 7
with waiting passengers. : [for calling American
Mrs. Mary Makl, 42. froze to Korea murderers, the East Ger-
death near Eveleth, Minn., after nun news service ADN said
she and her husband became lost yesterday.
In a woods while searching for a Tne demand was made in a
Seventy-six more duplexes are; Panama Canal Company wl SehXschDolroun is a for-
>arintr rnmnlnt.inn In thu Mas *_u it.___*___.n__1.1.-J..1.J ule *"*" cnooi group, IS a ror-
troops in'"farinK completion in the Silver hold its next meetln
._ig, scheduled
City development. It is expected i for Jan. 7, In the Canal Zone,
mer trumpeter with the Gene'was undoubtedly the finest
the Building" has a Christmas minus some of its original state-
tree too the third one they ly size at top and bottomwas
I undressed, then redressed, and
took its proper place, on the
porte-cochere. ,.
Then came the tree for the
Administration Branch much
more fitting in size to-its J2.50
purchase price and even less
comely in other respects. With
resignation, tha tree was trim-
med.
. The Adminiatrattve Branch
tried hard to warm up to the
It was low at first sight. This new arrivalbut it really wasn't
Elsewhere throughout the CgJ
nal, Christmas spirit bloomed <
many office trees, wreaths, beL
and other decorations and turnn
ed up in the form of corsage
and even earrings of CHristm
ornaments. Word also went
around about Christmas parttej
in many places.
But it remained for the per
onnel of Oatun Locks to pul
it all in words and pictures on
the cards they make up eacl
Sir for the ships that gd
rough the Canal during
holiday season:
ths
have dressed so far this season.
The employes there collected
money for a party and, after
fine budgetary figuring, allot*/*
$2.50 for a tree to adorn the
proceedings. s >
after the order was
a tree appeared. Some
Soon
placed,
of the employes found, it In the
hall, the victim, they assumed,
of incomplete delivery service.
ip
t it
'It's Merry Christmas from th(
Isthmus
And a Happy New Year too.
May your transits all be pleas-l
*nt.
Prom the men who tow vodl
through." J
it was
Balboa
announced yesterday
Heights.: ..
at
Christmas tree.
letter, ADN said, sent
tjhlon of Argentine
(Union de Mujeres de la Argen-
tina) to President Truman and
U. S. High Commissioner John
J. MeCloy.
The Union's telegram said,
according to ADN, "one can-
that 15 of these will be transfer-
red to the Canal in about two
weeks and that the remainder
bv the1*?1.1 be completed and transferred i The meeting next month was
wnmm I l tatervala of two or three weeks, originally scheduled to be held
u|up_to the middle of February. in Washington early in Decem-
hew Silver City quarters will be
limited to residents of Camp
Bierd until all employes now liv-
ing in that community have been
vacated. Assignments will then
be made to those livine in cer-
1st Aid Course
In Spanish Trains
87 Kobbe Women
Thursdag morning 87 Spanish [L^^Wn *Thf ta-uE
speaking women from Port N"|JSUJSj H? *?*
Kobbe graduated from the ninth punishmentmete d out to her
Disaster Control First Aid,wU1 not hinder all of humanity tain houses in Silver City.
Course. Ceremonies were held In from condemning the sadistic Au residents of Camp Bierd
th Fort Kobbe Theater i Invasion of Korea which under and those living in certain areas
The class, second largest Yankee leadership has convert- of Silver City were advised In
graouated to date was the first ed the peninsula into a dev- November to file application for
ali Spanish course. astated land.
Major Charles R. Rogers. Dis- I ------------------
aster Control Officer, introduc-
ed Colonel R. H. Douglas, com-
manding officer of the 33d In-
fantry and Zone Commander.
Colonel addressed the group In
English and Lieutenant Joaquin
Balaguer translated into Span-
ish. The Colonel then present-
ed each of the ladles with a
diploma.
Music for the occasion was
furnished by the 71st Army
Band. WO.TG Thomas E. Goder,
conducting.
Krupa Orchestra. He will do a
solo "Dark Eyes" which should
prove popular for trie occasion.
Appearing for the first time on
the Balboa stage will bo Mrs.
Maxwell Smith, well known in
Isthmian music circles for her
The contractor on the 1951 Sfl- \ ber. The meeting was postponed very pleasing soprano voice, with
selections for the grown-ups
ill as the children.
ver City work In Framorco, Inc. I and on his recent trip*to~ Wash-
Housing assignments to the lngton, D. C, Governor New-
comer, President of the Com-
pany, requested that the meet-
ing be held in the Canal Zone.
Information has now receiv-
ed at Balboa Heights that the
song
as we
Mai'
Hllty will act as master
specimen that had ever been
seen in the history of Admin-
istrative Branch Christmas
trees.
Other offices were Impressed
too and admiring remarks went
all around the Building.
The tree was perfect in shape
and itately-but of awkward
size. To fit It into Its new
home, a bit of the tip was cilp-
ofeJemon,s'Jald spund aerviee'ped. To put it on a stand, the
ier ^--' ~nk ^"trtmmed a little too.
alities from the Armed Forces
Radio Service, Fort Clayton while
very pwttyor very big.
Then .another tree, appeared
origin and destination also
unknown. It was a little more
Uke] looking than Tree Num-
ber i and an arrangement was
made for. an exchange.
Soo-Tree Number 5 was- un-
dressed and Tree Number 3 was
dressed. It now seems likely that
Number 3 is there to staybut
the Administrative Branch still
harks back to the first fine bal-
when
- am when they talk about
Scanty decorations, fitting In Christmas trees.
Board members have been can- in an off-duty status from reg-
vassed and a sufficient number ular duty.
Italian Admiral
To Head Newest
NATO Command
ROCQUENCOURT, France _
22 (UP) Gen. Dwight Eiaen2
hower toda, appointed ItaliaiT
Admiral Massimo Girosi to head
the new NATO naval command
in the central. Mediterranean.
Olroal, the youngest Italian na-l
val officer of his rank, will servt
under United States Admiral RoJ
bert B. Carney. NATO command*
er for Southern Europe..
the
quarters in other areas, in view
for a quorum can make
triu to the Canal Zone.
The meeting will be held In
the Board Room of the Admin-
istration Building.
Cuba Will Drop
Charges On Seizure
Of Vessel 'Quetzal'
Air France Strike
In Paris Grounds
1 000 Passengers
PARIS. Dec. 22 (UP i Many
Cf the 1,000 passengers who had
booked seats on Air France
liners faced the prospect of an
Involuntary Christmas in Paris
today as a strike of Air Frame's
flying personnel entered its sec
nd day.
Most of the passengers ma-
rooned there were bound for
Mew York and Africa.
While It is w*slly to find ac-
commodation on other planes
flying to Africa, only a handful
of seats were available on
planes of trans-Atlantic car-
Mars.
WASHINGTON. Dec. 22 (UP>
Informed sources indicated
today that Cuba was willing
to drop the complaint of high
seas seizure by the Dominical
government of the Guatemalan
boat Quetzal if the Cuban crew-
men aboard are freed.
These sources believed that If
I the five Cuban crewmen are
; liberated unconditionally Cuba
i would not further press the
case in the Inter-American
Peace Commission.
Cuban and Guatemalan crew-
. men seized abord the Quetzal
have been sentenced in a Do-
minical court to lengthy prison
terms on charges of conspiring
against the Dominical govern-
ment.
The Commission met for sev-
en hours last night, and. after
a closed session, chairman Luis
Ouintanilla of Mexico Issued a
statement that the five-nation
group had heard the Cuban
and Dominican Foreign Min-
isters and proceedings were
progressing satisfactorily.
END OF AN ESCAPADE Roberta McCauetcIter^-W-
year-old Lynn Mass,, baby-sitter who took two teen-age
friends on a $24,000 spree In New York, leaves court to Lynn
after she was arraigned. With to Is her mother, Mrs. Mar-
was
. theft of
the money.
....= = wm "iransiira. wicn n*r is iier mother. Mrs N
Raret McCauley and attorney Edward Butterworth She
chafed with delinquency in connection with the thefl
THF SONCS OF CHRISTMAS"
This stage presentation will
start promptly at 8:30 p.m. fol-
lowing the regular showing of
the hilarious comedy "Here
Comes The Groom" which stars
Bing Crosby, starting at 8:20
p.m. and again following the
stage presentation.
Seating has been set aside
only for those persons appearing
in ths stage presentation and no
other seats will be reserved.
There will be no increase In
admission price.
Experts Weigh Sums
Nations Should Pay
For European Army
PARIS. Dec. 22 (UP)Ex-
perts drafting the European ar-
my treaty agreed today that a
European Defense Commission-
er, aided by the International
Council of Ministers, should fix
the amount member nations
should contribute toward the
support of the army in its tran-
sitional period.
National parliaments then
would vote on the amounts as-
sessed their countries.
Experts are still trying to de-
cide how disagreements owr
these assessments would be set-
tled.
The treaty as now approved
by experts, provides for a Com-
missioner of Defense, a Council
,ef six Ministers, a Concultative
Parliament and a Court of Ar-
i bitration._______________; f ]
Illustrated by Walt Scott
"Yes, I always order White Horse"
For e-cry man whose palate is respoasive to fine flavour,
here is the whisky of his choice. White Pottcl Smooth
to the taste; mellow because it ha been aoW n^tona*-
made among those Scottish- hills where "
Scotsmen and
their fathers and forefather* before them have refected
the art of^tilling beyond all comparison. How^nyoa
WHITE HORSE Scotch Whisky
A pUasure to remember-* joy to see again
------------***"/ COMPAA CYKNQS .__.COLON & f^AMA
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