The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
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WELLESLEY, Mass., Dec. 11 (UP)--President E4i
hower will be a candidate for a second term in the W |'
House in 1956, House Speaker Joseph W. Martin pric
ed today.
Mr. Eisenhower is "certain" to be offered the Rel
lican nomination "and I'm pretty sure he will take it;
Martin said. a
"I've never seen a President yet who didn't wat i4
second term in office."
The Massachusette Republl- 5. 'Desperate efforts" to
can leader also made these pre- President Eisenhower a jL
dlctiopa to the United Press: Joseph R. McCarthy ER
1. The Bepublicans will gain will not succeed.
"at least w" congressional seats Martin said farmers cold
next year. assured the administration
2. Congress in the next ses- not going to sell them dow
slon will do away with the ex- river."
cess profits tax and cut taxesC
for individuals by 10 per cent. He said 'we can not afford
S. Reduce exclartaxes on "lux- let agriculture sink into a dh
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aete Vermeesch were living "i4
a, state of conbina" caused
suspenalsion of e In the
Chamber of d s today.
The chamber, i which botAh
Thorez and Mis Vermeesch are
members, was debating allow-
ances for members' secretaries.
Sociallit Maurice Delzonroe
accused Thoreb of drawing his
secretarial. allo wance even
though he had no; set foot in
the A Iealy far years.
He proposed t tw4 dputics
who live tofsthi in a state of
concubinage have a right to on-
ly, one allowance '- he add.
There was a =h &a. storm of
shouting, whistling and stamp-
ing from the pommunist benches
that the debate was suspended.
Communist Antoine De Mueois
demanded that DetaO eo soep
outside Into te corridor and
fight it out.
It was the frst time in memo-
ry that the chamber, diten
stormy, had been forced to us-
pend because of a fight over
love W eof two deputies.
After the recess, the Chamber
resumed debate. A provision cf
LMO a month for each deputy to
pay a secretary was approved.

Rescue Squadron
Not Called To Aid
'Ciudad de Bogota'

A spokesman for the 26th Air
Rescue Squadfon said today that
his outfit ha& not been called
upon to aid the Colombian
steamer "Cludad de Bogota"
which, according to a Unit t
Press cab was around on
Serrana Bank In the Carbbean.
Ao to the message,
whtch ated In San Frane.'s-
eo. the mwas safe. but the
ship required the assistance of
either a t or a tow.
Th:c 09& 4 Ogard said the Sr-
rana Bark lt about 200 mile f
east f.lSr an coast. at 14'
1 t" ude and 80' 23"
west ldi ttd.

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LA UCAkR, Pa.. Dec. 11 (UP)
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Com t filed la the
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half et lent Glady4
charges that the driver of
car, JaM Luis Garcia, was
poneble for the smashu.
stationed at an Atlantic
The laintiffr arm and
der are still in a cart.
She alleges that she and set-.
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germ In the car Garla was
Ing along the Pan Amem
Highway a10 hmp_. h iM
another hd
ed Gareia to an
speed estimated at
ly before the accident
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celerated the MN t e
cle to an eMCs l mph
ran Into the rea of another
while. '
The plaintiff seeks
exMenses for Medical cre
attorney's fees

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of the Boston
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tally corrupting.
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-6. r*ea vc W entu-y. u p tC__i o te C ana By VICTOR BIESEL a Duoy n
THIS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN This Is part two of a a wabWwaredfte
began when the preald ontelathed
mhn baPlumbers Union called the Preai.t i
mison wl ent of the U.S e a liar. T
iThee story started in a uproar.
WeIt will end f I an uproar -c t
n t natinw's picket llnes and at thou.
The Mail Belisa on open forum tor readers of The P ma a- Sanr of anot-Eisenhower demson.
icon. Leti ers are received gratefully end are handled in wh ledi- )Cwaww
dWiiola Ner J. i i ear dt bitter sho down bat tles
If youel contribute ai lette don't be Imnpalient it at doet appn ti between the nation's top labor oand
est day. Lpters ae published in the order receive. *- management leaderd.- such aP ffsi
Please try keep the letters limited to one page length already see in thepr lyzinag New .
Ideatity et Iltter writers s held in strictest contfidence. York City newspar ,.ke. ,:.P
This eowsppee assumes no responsibility for stalemsnt e s sapi llse o r it is now ohv Ss to t.
impress t e ters from r th ad n who know what pollcy decisolt
Smitten fo are being made, in Preslide nt Il
smnhoweees own offiee -ad ea an
TO McCARTHY, RE NEWMAN kbineI level, that there will be f.
re the or alnges in our basic national
The follow ing is a copy of a letter sent by a well-known bar Law. S'here wain, however, be
Zonian To Sen. Joseph R. McCarth), tR-Wis.). tougher and tougher state labor

aore to a ret of e e a oem. Apparently, bothethe liberal and i
May I first extend my thanks and appreciaton to you and conservative presidential advisersetn al o
your commitlec for the splendid work you have been domg in have successfully urged General ...,
ferreting out the Communists within our governmental organiza- Eisenhower to i forget the now fa-shi.vt t
tion. mous 19 pots over with ex- D, ri .
In the face of the extreme criticism and abuse that you are Labor Secretary Martin Dur Wln a o
forced to take from a great number of people, many of them, of quit the Cabinet last summetir.- ttht
nations will lead to them and their associates, I know that oft- President Eisenhower, according
times it would be so easy to just say. tI quiL andn stop tne in- tocurrenttplans, will Trer a ensu- It was
vestigations and devote your time to other activAtes which have lally to labor and theTafHartley nvr,
ceen saorelv neglected because you have felt that these undesral- law in his State of the Unionmess-
ables need to be eliminated from causing further trouble to the age, now being prepared. d
people of the o United States. You iwave a greater majority ao peu- frere ms no outcry over thisgn
e who are appreciative and who hope that you will continue Tat-H rtle C rushoff tPare an -
the good -work you have been doing. on labor to Congress, as he,the .
n read recently about your proposed trip to the Canal Zone late l a senator nTaft, Martins Dur kin
and was among those disappointed when t was found thatyoundd all the rest had contemplated.
might not, be able to come to the Canal Zone, so wih your per- It should be said here that, ironl-
mission I would like to bring the following to your attention for cally enough, only Senator Taftst t
your information and guidance. co eughv only Sent or Taf ore
We all kcow too well the strategic importance of the Pana- ow o ,hav enion hl s wo ft n ht
mi Canal to the United States and our people. It has been def n m-., hem has devel in-a-sso-w n r s l in ua
onstrated through two world wars and the Importance of theone by. o,, tr l
Canal to the welfare of the world in general is being demonstrat- ere is no other Congressional sh ot watered l
Sd daly, leader today on whom Presidente hin oa .T
William A. Newman. Jr., Associate Director of A udis in th ene m a den t

Gene eral Accoun O nin ice has arrived on thae Canal Zoned against 111 ,' -`tcontroversiualdlabor cumem this Mom h.1
alleging to be on official buwine s. Enclosed herein Is copies 01 prnme edes. Odiform on
the local papers. The Panama American and The Star anama h[ili d e t chtPres ot n to
Herald, which cover e nCt an's several trips to the Canatl Zone Eienhowir should dispatch a-spe-ca wm no b
readily see that as recently as l message to Congress later, it By Pete Edson *

n "official butincss." You can dily se n t r om a he s a gen b o t ber Thtnki i gs raly t af frinnegok y ao re r I I
July of this year, Nc hman was also here on official business so awill be preparedthet u to by Labor cre-on
important that he enlisted the aid of his small child If order to Lary James Mitchell and not by pa-11en wYFt Gekal B rowif
Complete his "errand." the group around presidential"ad-i m
H l ttrWe are wellw eawaredontfthe duties of thettGeneralaAccountingetstraive assistant BernardmA Sg oo b'

so i man y a loygeal Amoctas wulde ueb o the se deisr -v thei lar cnleey which was in the midst of WASHINGTON -(JIa A)n- For- Fish saytende d. oMoatirnwi zatinoenositet'a'. in

ein alnd t an amit employes hi d to make uhe conm However, wh atever suggestion Weeler and others on the s o eu election views tn. haebn polity. It will about the remarks war that R the iker wih vmb
,lendlofl rthel Can gistuson s eb to the the President sends to Congress, oa national committee to.head su rtes bosr Dpe ent rats and Re- mle en. Josep Car He tal t-wan te a Amaa
auB thori atyi einsotetwa out hie o indSthate oerment.s they must first be cono dered by s a new nonpartisan, iclationist pubicans if obeir views are against name wis sothel rsw eret ettfro to the W 'd
However, we do no kn o whlie at e iuthorty Nis anhe eaen sub committee of the Senate tnHamtFsfeYk. political organization. The ome of aternnonalsmn to Fish. .o so f ri a s
labor Committee as well as the the new group win l be the Amer- There is no tiofuht of forming ,c -ti 'Me Carthris'" discae. foeign
who'work for the o government of the United States on the Canal. House Labor Committee. And that ,lean Political Action" Coinmttee-- a third American politil party Rie aade this a .In den- Andth
a ndan who would try to disrupt the morale and peace of may not happen i or many months. "APAC." f' now, acmordic S to thepKesent lgan earlier .t tteswenooarui Oepo6rhts i 'R ]sftwaberefolin
mindt a group of employee in a strategic location as the Pan- Irving I ves (R., N.Y. t is headed There is obviously no section plans. But i g, in 1, both plditneal bArtiu e Roaswet a da a-preeto i
amt, Canal, not to mention the drop in ePflciency and produc- the Senate sub emn ittee on sla with the CIO-PAC and any siil- parties endorse theo present. inters abdor the dinner. :It ,W f t h
mton'of the Canal itseiN, as Newman has done and if he is not bt.i legisu iton. And at cment urity is hames is purely a lnden- naticnau 'pt uolises and rom t ttspt that the tlw a t olouUl McCAR,1re VIb
nsta t s swm i le to tnd t t ar e a ol oman can efptl- e o in fairtea ment g re Fish has at only plecd the se e'an, ona ctew I Mrtsr s themii
cetdre dto at while all the e heas eemn constant hy a bs tie wolie m ate n-ae polatfr onwhc AP, wil l A e ricanPartey Iagst, 2 m ln n hs mt, s oran lom Ct
reA ed by ewn an that he will "probably ch be term Gnated that oaieatins cri A'in for l Cao s oapeae w if e enveln de utedit sa every Uitated ate r a t ees a d o ha
the.t ernor he us retrunnin t the Canal like he should that ho mepitanl et. 't-e o by theo F ;asm ." ihae orety y. l
they sWi oe their dmerti" that bohe low co~~l h~pitalzaton Senalties haosnT It be knowAn to appoint o nation cbairm ir and APAuC same nto being the a rf
will baiacontnued and p anyl other matters, all detrimental. h t bop Wf hearings l a governing body gleA aw eore Thnosgivng at of diner toe k. tout t hea itni
the n t Zone mploes* i a ity to f on this t before they go into prominent cinzeso. e ive n by Fish at the Harvard eb Rooevt was uaM to Attnd House alde de t
tateosa not only s ab y to work but his peace o proposed changes on Taft- New York. He says it was the the dinner, but Fiah says this General Brte n ria
mind ankd morale in general is affected. A check of records will Hartley. At this, o course, the Fish' says he will announce thse mot historic diuer he ever at- earlier statement almost got t Ceao rse Bae _
show teat many a loyal employee has quit because of these cir- labor leads can onl growl name before Jan. 1. By the end tended, organization oi the track. He be, to wars w Oaim otie
cumotances. ia It allig on me fouchee,. Score one for Ives. His oa March he thinks there will be a Col. Robert R. Mdtesrnsiek, aub-eineve it h bB now. st- e tu r wt tr.1
We know the limitations of Newman's activities as authoriz- interest in fair play is sincere. How local orgae anioa sevsry opat lsher of the Chicageo Tib u e was the ba;- ., Filb'- new Cirt T _nisOWBw
ed by lwWe know to whom it Is their duty to make such recom- can the nation's labor leaders the 4a states, tor wo ulinthe i54 to have beell t e utilest hoft. American Politheal actin Cpm. -trawanted.-o
it. dTheunioonchineefsswantsitcigpe
mendateone nor changes. w u h ca con- scream against FEEC hearings? and 185M elections. He says he-has Illaess prevented Colonel M *are mittee fully endorse -ag l wit could handle4kt- lgii
However, we do no, know by what authority he can con- hey cant. Nevertheless, these a million dollar promised to sp mik's attendance so the dier plan to ve n s to e wtht f
,tantly d -orupt the efliciency of the Paname Canal and the m e- bearings can stall until summer- port the movement, although a was held without Um. M athy, t will mak an Ipr Carth
rale of the ewloyves. Nor can we find authorization wherein time sub committee discussions pledges have been asked for and The Chicago publisher had pr-tna spt inathe rateiasternatoi-aiefully Mv ed b
constant and fort. dc expenditures are allowed wor his repeated on Taft Hartley changes, no money has been collected, posed the formation of a new ist -oat Fish says he wsats o Prem i toI
trips to the Canal Zone. That brings the whole matter in. The platform on which APA will "American Party" in August, mudslinging n his movement, so before it
WDoesn't the final report of his auditors reach the General to the politch.l camneign for Con- operate will be entirely devoted "to save the Unitedr States from as to keep his crusade 'o the
....a Accounting Oi.e r are the men s roa that otice so incom- gress -a when everybody wants to to the one issue of foreg policy, New ealsm and ternational highest lels of foreign policy the
Setent that he must return to the Canal Zone to check on them gohome and get the voters into Fish declares, ism." Fish had endorsed the MB- debate. isGrs
every six months? thhe booths -r and on the right "It will be for American na o Cormick proposal at that time, Fish's visit to Was to .at a rsitti
On behru o. the people of the Canal Zone and myself, whr lee, of course, ism uad. agalamt the. giveaw1y _a* but nothing came of the move- tracted little attenet daio n g
believes that ie. Panama Canal is a necessity to the Unit treraUaonalia of rthe Romo neiL meant untyt the :recent New York American political lders B. a wJs
ea not a 1. ury as implied by certain Indivdual. want Meanwhile there is developing Truman and Esenhower a i meeting. British Bradcast made out
Wato thank you r your generosity in checking into the above mat- :n outcry from m a v industrial trations," he says. He claim his Fish has refused to give out the ta half-hor teflm nter-
ter, and if there is ony further information you need, please do associations, esp.ially those in De- backers can see no differe t.6* full lit of the 35 founders who view. to showatheir audinp what
S not hesitate n caing n i me for assistance, trot, for a toughening, not a soft- twea n the Acheson and Durllt attended his dnhaer. But he says a Americ sader w.lotl
ening of the nation's most cussed- eign p o io. at least 25 of those u nrrent spoke was like. ,ay- ae
(Name Omitted Locally), at labor law. Nobody's happy overnt s- and-iesbi sa
nstanwhthdre eekserceanetlonedofthit. The union chiefs wftan s it wip l av enaedt o ar a Whe invcedl oi
out. or at leycast eased. Manage-o h c ps 1i
A HOUSEWIFE rTATES HER CASE ment, seasst such strikes as thepl

This letter is for the vist .Tng Congressmen. duction of mtlk containers) and the yeo." -- 0-- .. Iirdw
If youh ae interested in the new housing situation, I want to et plane piket lines, want te reet of reams eator of the "Dniet" ate roaytho ehi. th
ilve you the housewife's town of view. law t i Celebh et p Gr a new one on art
We came down here 12 years ago and served our two year F-,u Amne, there is a rift in- bo I nthe aks Vth Avenue up) Kitt's veraleoa eat

'Ostes ik thais. toegustwhatrwtothe10canothe ckmonwth sem the u and makrt ohe o a ishdeela rest
three block area. 81nce then we have been trying to keep the National Association of Manufae. **. Van Jo who waeal' ,own to 188 beca useof is ,+
kids quiet and from fussing with the other people who share our turers sessions here the other day, ex .with hias diner-slttre, w FiSLerf NBC's
four-family house. When we heard there would be money to ,.re ws considerable criticism lpen foe Trfl e eri" h were ushered a ur blt. m
build new houses, our hopes soared as we thought at last we the New Yorkberals o men Movietown ter o They invested dogh (
would be able to have at least a duplex to ourselves. Everyone ,n Governfor Dewey s group, some da-y ( a s rSnse P i aa) the flp w "_ho ft
want a little privacy for his own family. osnewh omt..avot easng the Tft" ( HoU d's greiu i c ot you vev rotte i
But we have aged parents in the States, and we must save so Hartley lw. retors), who made I6 Br in "Okiahhmal" (tea ye'Btia nme-t
that we can visit them and take the kids up for a change of (on the side) via realty .. J Py'd now have 100,W0 .. i
climate. And we are buying a home in the States, a privilege we So the men around ke feel tha the le adi y of hael Grace, the u T
don'thave here. Well-you cant say n"catch the next boat"-butit would be tcormmi th G n ind liticala pi.os h tersays.mlae a over ae atirH e l e lddf
SWe canno afford Cral and neither ann most of the other I nfhitneysnde tof weheih are o le timiae nctt s S ia^ d the a
man with three weeks service, can get one of the two story on the other tens of thousands of basth ore ,f-o htt e t d e w w
foathrooms upstairs and none down" The people who are taking the partY in an election Ye r"'. sn Y fb atened "isd BtA a i
ef have a choice of these or the twelve famly houses. And So the dnision is to do nothing. Ir tltw o se g rite

W we ps Paralso and see those families enjoying du- a potflaca r slue. That's the end aerv
ft s att o$15 a month we began to get an Idea. We don't begrudge part two, Prt three enf t le .. ei

p pi of Pa ralso their homes. We're glad that the have night, areoeu Night Co r let: i
e t why can't a town be built of moderate priced duplexes night, after we count the Courtw u
s single houses-nothing elaborate like Corozal but houses votes for a new Congress. k,. I
pRch would rent for $40 or $50 a month which the majority of .ie .
i s gould afford to pay? S d 'C wf*SR
A Group of Housewives

"URUPAM, M lco, Dec. 11 -
.Diablo, C. Z. (up) .- ile aress Sue
today wh Am! e fpd to
blh" my sentiments regarding the Canal reseva oe 7 -yold t-dMl I
U.Tboy r a a Teu."e
rassam I annual report of the C. Z. Credit the r 15 -.laao.
tat S tWt date the credit union had 800,000.004 Te ..
and I wonder how much it will be at the end ad
to-thA mmbara some form of boa uln addi- deng- gg
Sas to help us pay our high taxes? sctdeSita-i
IOfve, As the credit Union has so much f.,e!e fW
doa o know what to do with it, 114was
Is toe besp it members over rough spotU feet
ome much rougher than the present tax t.ress jum a dea asm
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DBy EARNEST HOBERECHT Marshall said Russia's "assist- warning in mind. She says many
SiPted Press Staff Correspondent ance would probably end lt pqss- of America's problems in Asia re-
ing China under a Russian pro- sut from failure to read history
TOKYO (U.P.)-There was an tectorate and in the extension of books and documents which clear-
,American in China 100 years ago Russian limits to the Hoangho, or ly show Russia's aims.
t-who predicted the events of today. the mount of the Yantse."
He warned of Russia's aims and "The interference of the czar "Nothing is clearer than -Rus-
-ambitions in the area. It was all would readily suppress the rebel.- sla's determination to conquer Chl.
.written down-but forgotten or ig- lion, by driving the rebels from na completely, as the prime requl-
.,nored w h e n Russian-supported the great highway, of commerce, site to world conquest," she
'3ao Tse-tung and his "agrarian and from the occupation of the writes. That is the basic pat-
rWeformers" w e r e coming into towns on the seaboard," he add- tern.
power. ed. "Whatever might be the ulti-
That American of long ago was mate compensation demanded by
the U. S. Commissioner in Shang- Russia for this timely serviee, Chi-
'hai. Humphrey Marshall. He was na could not resist its collection. Platter Fans Yo
'fourth choice for the job that no- "I think that almost any isacri- l F s... YoT
.body wanted. A West Point gradu- fice should be made by the United
late, he served two years in Con-' States to keep Russia from-spread-
gross, ing her Pacific boundary, and to
C Marshall arrived in China in avoid her coming directly to in-
January, 1853. He found things in terference in Chinese domestic af-
quite a fluid state. It was the time fairs; for China is like a lamb
Qf the Taiping revolt and all of before the shearers, as easy a con.
the major foreign powers were quest as were the provinces of
faced with problems in connection India."
with their China policies. Marshall pointed out that if Rus-
According to history, Marshall sia got control of China, "the
thought the British were trying to fate of Asia will be sealed, and
cast their lot with the Taiping reb- the future Chinese relations with
els in hope of being on the win- the United States may be consid- .*
ning side and benefiting thereby. ered as closed for ages, unless
He heard the ruling authorities now the United States shall foil
of China, the Manchus, were be- the untoward result by adopting a
ing approached by Russia. The sound policy. I
czar wis offering to aid the Man- "It is my opinion that the high- | e ttl .
chus in return for certain favors, est interests of the United States $
So, 100 years ago, Marshall ar" involved in sustaining China."
wrote the U. S. Secretary of State. Geraldine Fitch doesn't mention
He expressed his fears bluntly and Marshall in her new book, ."For- 7ou can be the proud owner
predicted what would happen if mosa Beachhead," ,but she writes or whatever type of musa
proper steps were not taken, as though she had his 100-yeariold

roUMPS tiFf FOR DAUCHTER-& iabWtnbTockc% 14, back-
ground, Is still alive after 14 months in a coma, thanks to the
homemade suction pump exhibited by her father, Cecil Pollock,
foreground. The pump, fashioned from a refrigerator compressor
and washing machine motor to save the cost of a professional
model, is turned on every half hour to clear mucus from the
child's throat, and has been in operation for 11 months. Bernadine,
who entered a state of coma in August. 1952, following operation
for an abscess caused by a mastoid infection, may regain con-
sciousness at any time, say doctors who give her a 50-50 chance
to live.

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Household Automobiles TRY our delicious genuine I ttaion HMv n d Sie Cr. ArleC A
Pzza Pie, Ravioli, Spaghetti In f iWlelt.
OR SALE -Mu.t sacriice, leaving. FOR SALE -1951 Plymouth Sedan prepared by a Neapoliton cook,in Phone 1 lg
2 re" ;, E. Westinghouse 7 and ornl, 22 000 miles. Leather up- our spotless kitchen before your or s o
7 ', cu. It. 60 Ccle relr,gerators, lholery, radio. Prced for qui:l eyes. The price far one e i Gramrlch Sonfe l4-r t .
mahogany i./ingroom set Double sale Leaving for U.S.A. Saturdk 715 Cts. HANCOCK IAR, Cemnrl electric refrigeme .. itove,
bed. klchen table and sto1e imo.rnng Call Sgt. Chase 82-2547 Avenue No. 145. Tel. 2-3002, next moderate rates. sP
Reasonable offer accepted. Call day and night. to Central Theatre. some side of 4-567.
a.y tame Albrook 2247. FOR SALE -Stotion Wgor Dodge street, private entrance for res- Fer' Pt
BOR SALE -3 piece overstuffed set. 1951 Sierra four door, five new six 'Lra'""n. h te's Ceg. 0. vrt
pholstered davenport. See at ply tres, radio perfect condition. DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic Ilen .. h i
house978Ap.A.La Boca. Telephone 2-0099. Central AvenueLIAM Snt e th Cot-" Stt c
FOR SALE: Complete household FOR SALE -1948 Ford convertible. ner. Telephone 2-3479, Poanam. ., ateStable, odem
furnishings, living, dining, bed- Excellent condition. Must see to FOR SALE .r m. i *00 ,apt
room and kitchen. Also apartment appreciate. Phone Fort Clayton weektdSALE I
available to person if desired. 2236. aoter 5 p. m. m M t
These furnishings must be seen to FOR SALE:- 1952 Customline 6 Cyl. P$ant l5 l o t
appreciate. Information inquire Ford Club Coupe. Two tne,blu. FOR SALE:-Just Reaelved Gal- pkir 3 187.7, Cr-Ibl .1673.
2-1030 until 5:00 p. m., after radio. Excellent condition, 12,500 vonize Rogfing 2'x' $2.00 sheet .
5:00 p. m. at 3-5477. miles. Apply houie 299 Pedro Ml- Galvanize Rooflnr 2'x6' $1.60 FOR RENT
'OR SALE-1953 Hot Point auto.- gl. Phone 4-368. Isheel. Barb Wire .00 eel. Nails F R R
metic washer, 60 cycle. Inquire FOR SALE: Buick Special SEdan $9.50 K. v ,otruc- Ho
department 1550-C, Govilen Road 1949, eriga owner. Con be ton. Calle M" Final. Tel. 2-1267.
Balboa. financed, phone 82-5239. Ft. FOR SALE:-Beautiful ladies' "Seal FO' RENT
FOR SALE:-25 cycle refrigerator. Amedor. Fur Coat," worth $1,500.00. will-
$25.00. 45 record player and tpe- FOR SALE--1952 "Morris Minor," ing to sacrifice fr 5400.00 Apulm ai
Inspection between 4:30 and"7
writer, both need repair Quarter- low mileage. original owner $750.- n ren 20 Htel Roos- ATTNTION
master furniture. Call 2-1996. 00. Also 1951 Chrysler Nw p. m n roo 0 Hotel Ro A NTION
after 4:00. Yorker," fire power engine. 5 new velt. furnished spuitls t, Itwo
FOR SALE:-Dishwasher Cory port- white sidewall tires, radio with CHRISTMAS deceatratse fr Imm., bedroom, hel. a i w Tel
able, 60 cycle. New $60.00. Call dual speakers in front and back. eteres, eluibs ad oralllatil., s Phon Pl anm I-4W .
Albrook 3108. $2.200.00. Tel. Balboa 3569. Chrietme trees on sea i I, ALiAMIRA APAR-
FOR SALE:-9 cu. ft. Codot un- FOR SLE-Mrcur 1951 Tudor. Amwicn Supply "J" St. No. 14. Modem 2. 4 and 5 rished
FOR SALE:-9 cu. ft. Coldspot un- FOR SdLE:-Mercuhal95ad Tel. 2-1060., er unfumished. Alhambir's OffIce
expired guarantee, good for almost o%erdrive, radio, heater and tail- Tel80621-t0Strertunfunod A lm. el-
3 years, 4-burner Tappan gas ored plasticcovers. Just arrivel FREE GIFT OF A RADIO or mixer e1. Str t, Colon. T-
stove, mahogany 4-poster double from U. S. in excellent condition, with each trade-in or refrigerator !phone 1386. |
bed complete, bureau, glass China Also set of new gates safety tires, washing machine or stove for pur. FOR RENT:-Lorge e prmWt two
closet, studio couch, kitchen tables, 710 x 15 with no-tinie-limit guo- chase of new. Telephone 2-5144. bedrooms, geroge. $r. 1.0 menth.
plants, radio. 46th St. 22. 1 to 6 rantee Coco Solo,.phone 379 or Panama. 3-4705. evenings, fhoai j0 on
ronreeFcoSALE:.- Goodtprart5iceiiano, on.t
-OR SALE:-._Frigidoire Imperial re- p Box 19X. FOR SALE: Good p'acticu piano., OR RELNT:-Cemf6orN ab-
frigereter'40 cycle, excellent can- FOR SALE:-39 Chevrolet Coupe. 2- $170.00. Venetian Flexblum room apartment, wih fl bth
edition. Dixie Gas Range four burn. door, duty paid, $75.00. See it at blinds, light green, 2 are 54 x 72, and big yard. Son Frgeoleit a Pn
r, excellent condition. 9072, Cristobal Yacht Club. 113 x 45, x 45, 75 x 45. Balboa 1464.
I fth St., Apt. downstairs. Tel. FOR SALE:-'51 Ford 2 door Custom, Phone Cumrundu 6143. House FOR RENT:--SMoll rumshld rt.-
Colon 916-A. good tires, radio. new seat covers, 5- ment, convenient aisle for a
OIR SALE:-Beautiful Rattan dining new brakes. Call Kobbe 6276. FOR SALE:--Q. M. metal desk. $10. couple. 7036, 4th Gentrel-Melen- I
suit* suite in perfect condition FOR SALEC-I952 Pontlac Chieftain Coffee table, $4. 0788-F, Balboa, dez, Colon.
Green roll shades. Other items De Luxe convertible. Hydromatic. FOR RENT:-Two bedloom epart-
Reaoondbl. Tel. Cristobal 3-1593 rad.o, heater. In excellent condi- FOR SALE:-One 10-karat emerald ment, livingrem porch. CronalI
weekdays ofter 4:00 p. m. house ton $2.35000 Coll 85-4294. Telephone 2142, house No. 509, Joaquin Arosemeno St. Ne. lith
628C, De oLsps Area.- FCR SALE:-1949 Ford Convertible Curundu Heights. Pereill). Telephone -41.
)OR SALE:-Westinghouse refriger- new top. radio radio, overdrive. FOR SALE:--Girl's bicycle. Jose Fco. FOR RENT:---Fumished apartment,
ator 9 cu. ft. 25 cycle, excellent heater, plastic upholstery. $835.- de la Ossa. House 9 Apt. 25. one bedroom, both, no children,
rendition. 1437-, Owen St., Bal- 00. $300 down. Phone Pedro Mi- FOR SALE:-Chinchls, raise chin- 5.00. lle Vit. TeL 3-1648.
Sb hone 2-358. ,. guel 565. ,..i M.f.r u.... and ,,.NCOR RN.. T ish, ,e L= drf

FOR,, t-,.Chaw. "Onre G Plippine
RotW-n 'Bvq inB t'. One Gra gmno
quite le for bar. Phone 1t-L,
: between 1:00 p. m. and 7:00 p.

Oft XSAtE: Mayfog washer, 25
cycle, $85'.00, Oleander Place
From 9 to 11 a. m. and I to 4 p.
POR SALEi-Edison crib and mot-
tress; collapsible carriage and mat-
tress; high-choir, play-table com-
bination; kitchen utenisi ; record
shelves; desk; large knick-knock
I shelf; porch shades, venetian
blinds. Various other household
items. House 5184-8, Parsons St
I Diablo.
tOR SALE:---Get Ready for Xmas.
Make just one small down pay-
will deliver any furniture you select
the same day. Lovely Living Suites
$125.00, diningroom tables and 4
chairs $85.00, double beds Icom-
plete- $98.00, just received 4
-burner gas stoves apartment size
NI1lionol Ave. No. 41 .Phone 3,4711
Automobile Row
FOR SALE: Electri stve, four
Burnerr, large size $85.00; side-
-'board $105.00' wardrobe $130.-
*00; dresser $95.00;- two night
tables, $15.00 each. Custom built
,; mahogany furniture, one year used
'only. Tel. 2-3518, Panama.

MR SALE:--Livingroom set, chest of
growerr, vanity, lamps, wall pic-
tures, arm chair. Bargain price.
Cabinet "Necchi" sewing ma-
,'.chine. Telephone 3-2427.

6R SALE:-Used gas stove, very
4eood condition. Quick sole. Peru
Avenue Apt. 18, Panama.

T your refrigerator as a
Itlode-in on a new Crosley Shelvo-
9'. Cyrnos. Tiveli Crossing. 2-
TED:-20 inch bike, large doll
image, child's pedal car, rock.
chair. Telephone Panama 3-

SHelp Wanted
rented cook, also
housemaid, referenee,
Ricardo Aries 40. Campo

nced Mtid to Ceo and wash,
t references. Peru Avenue No
epBtirs). colored
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to do housework, cooking
ust sleep-in. Colt So-
3-1660 Panama.
SSaturdy afternoon
der 2-4384.


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Wonted Position
Do you need a manager for your
club. someone with a personal
touch who can take care of your
social affairs in a regal way? If so
please write Box 45. Ancon, C. Z

.Viehninh Rebels

Make Second Offer

To Negotiate Peace
SAIGON. Indochina, Dec. 11
(UPI The Communist VWet-
minh rebels for the second time
in two weeks offered today tc,
negotiate an end of the seven-
year-old Indocblnese war If
France would respect "our true
The new Communist offer was
made in a Vietminh radio broad-
The broadcast said the Redn
were ready to negotiate but "our
country Is determined to keep up
Its resistance until final victory."
The fir.ft Vietminh offer of
peace was made by rebel leade:
Ho Chi Minh In an interview
Nov. 29 with the Swedish news-
paper Expressn. He offered to
negotiate the end of the fight-
"If the French government IP
sincere. If It respect our true
Independence. Itf it wishes to
negotiate to put an end to tiw
war. our people and our govern-
ment are ready for discussions,"
the Communist broadcast said.
Vietnamese observers In Sai-
gon. the French military head-
quarters. said that the phrase
"true independence" meant the
Vietnmnh demanded France a-
gree to allow the establishment
of a Communist regime in Viet
Nam closely linked to China and

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Indiana College

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c >llllIs, Tur lx Un a pI m 1* I Il
clpan animals, with bright future.
Pelting era coming. For further
information 6-474.
The largest stock 'of fishing tackle
ever shown in South America:
rods, relis, lines, lures, tackle
boxes, Minnow buckets, under wa-
ter equipment. Evinrude and Elto
motors bought, sold and exchanged
and repaired. Special sale used
Shoots, $45 up. ASFIINATHY, Pe-
ru Avenue No. 99. Telephone 3-
0264. Open 9 a. m. 'til 9 p. m.
until Xmas.
FOR SALE:-6 dining chairs, $3.00
each. 1 cabinet steel file 43 draw-
err-4' x 5'. $15.00. Electric grill
2' x 2' 220 volts, $40 00. Ping
Pong Table, $10.00. 25 Cycle
Frigidaire 4 cu. ft. $25.00. Deep
Freeze 25 cycle, 6 cu ft. $150.00,
2 burner electric stove $30.00.
Tin Tim 12 Volt Charger $30.-
00. Machinist Vice, new, $15.00,
Teleoti S es Computer $25.00
.2 elec. motor 25 Cy. 525.00.
1-3 $20.00. 1-4 $15.00.
Call Balboa 2763 after 4 p. m.

Pw Tnmado Relief

In l Vdkbrg

VICUSIRO, Miss., Dec. 1i i
(UP) The Red Cross said to-
day tWh abt 60 persons re-
main h five in enti-
cal L M from the devas- I
fatn= strday night tornado
thatiM e 1 flt 81.
Sout-rn Disaster Chat-
Man Jalmes. Russell also said
morn tha 400 families have ap.
plied for extended emergency
relief a eleamup operations coa-
tinued ftr the disaster that
left 1,200 homeleu.
The Red Cros ILsts4 34 death:
but one of those was an Indirect
result of the tornado-an elder-
ly businessman who died of a
heart attack Tuesday. The at-
tack was believed brought on by
the excitement of the storm. A
fisherman still mis g on t I
MLissisppi River may be the
34th victim as a direct cause of
the 25 million dollar twister.

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FOR R(NT.-One bedpeom opart-1
Sent unfumished, garage. IL
Via BelIsrio Perras.

FOR RENT:-Vey nis one-bedroom
apartment, excelett neihbofwhado
$6.00. montrn y. Will rent ti
pary who buys portion of furniture.
Very reasonable. Phone CpL J-
play 3-1270.
FOR RENT:-Ror -bkruiltZ
room Mpr"montj, *GrW"
rtret No. 22. 14700. ..
FOR RENT:.-.Tw >o m a*-*-
ment with h ir, AW iop
maid room, in Rickrdo Ar = d
90th Street. For informltion ppy
same building apartWmnt No. l.r
call Tel. 2-2416.,


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OAKLAND CITY. Ind.. Dec. Ii pour In. Mayor Alen Thompsn
(UPt President James E. Co of Jackson proclaimed Dec. 14 as
of Oakland City College said to- "Vicksburg Tornado Relief Fun
day he would seek a trustee,' Day" with an appeal that eitlU
hitting a Negro athlete who has zens "lend a hand to our nigis
mnttin ga Negro athlete who has boring city."
sued the school. Utica Junior Chamber of
COX said no Negro ever Commerce members began cole
Cox said no Negro ever haJ election of clothes, food nd mWon
enrolled in the 65-year-njd ey. Meridian Rotarians u
school. He denied, however that $500 and workers in the71
John David Brimm. a former nal Revepe Bureau offlee.
hig school basketball star at JaksSoin eotributed S$37
oakvile, nd. was .rejected be.- clotbIg d be liens.
cause of his color Be said Bridt'
never made a formal appllbatuoS tla I Mem ,
or mission. Sadw "ye a
very foul le" to ae
suit Wednesday. seeking to foci At @ SvaU
eha ng Mhs application wags r- would b e W.hereo
jected because he is a Negro. morning
CI UNd he would welcome The
gre m if the" board "irois owtth isTI M400
the Matter and gives us-'ther
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From Ft. Monmouth Spy Probe g

WASHINGTON, Dec. 11 (UP) A college class-
mate of dtom spy Julius Rosenberg was ejected yesterday
from a stormy hearing of Sen. Joseph R. cCe~th y's Sen-
ate Investigating subcommittee on alleged espionage at
Ft. Monmouth, N.J.
Before the hearing got underway, McCarthy an-
nounced that he will subpoena retired Brig. Gen. Telford
i > Taylor, a former government official who recently criti-
cized the Monmouth investigation as destructive of Army

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McCarthy also threat ended
contempt action against Marcel
Ullman, A'ho refused to answer
questions about his alleged
Communist connect on s, arnd
three other former Monmouth
emoloyes who failed to answer
McCarthy ordered Henry N.
Sholket, a classmate of the exe-
cuted Rosenberg at City Collegec
of New York, thrown out of the
hearing after he protested vig-
orously that the subcommittee
was not asking him the proper
Shoiket, employed by 'the Na-
vy from 1940 to 1947 at the
Brooklyn Navy Yard and Msre
Island. Calif., refused on consti-
tutional grounds to answerI
whether ne ever was a Commu-
nist. McCarthy repeated the
Question and demanded an an-
When he dismissed Sholket,
the witness refused to go. '
He demanded that McCarthy
ask him whether he ever "trans-
mitted" any information to the
Reds or engaged in espionage
while working for the Navy.
McCarthy rapped for order
over Shoiket's shouts and to'.d
capitol police officer' Lawrence
Goodall to 'take him out, take
him out ... Hc can give his
speech outside if he wants to.:'
Sholket later told reporters heC
swore at a secret subcommittee
meeting recently that he never
was a spy or transmitted docu-.
ments to the Reds.
He snid McCarthy should have
asked him those questions again
in the public hearing. -
No date was set for Taylor's
appearance but he presumably
will be called sometime next
week when the subcommittee-re-
turns to New York for further
hearings. Taylor said he was

McCarthy said "Taylor has in-
terested himself very greatly in
the Ft. Monm6uth investiga-
tion ..... Some of his asiates
ind4icte he may be able b Wtv4
us information of some vame."
He also said he wants tWlearn
if Taylor "is getting a pension
or how the government is sup-
nortine him "
Taylor, now in private law
practice in New York City. to:1
cadets at Wea t Point Nov. "22
thpt McCarthy's investigation
at Mpgnmouth was "a most dar'-
Frotis threat to the morale .nd
efficiency of the Army."
McCarthy countered that Ta.y-
lor's civil service record wa.s
"flagged" with a notation of
"unres,Il' ed question of loyalt. '
McCarthy threatened to seek

Dinulft Over Pav
WUW~i W U y

Embroils 2 Farmers

IR Duel; 1 Killed
ER= N, Tenn., DIc. t11 UP) A
dispute over then pay embroiled
two aging farm wu i.ers today in
a 30-minute duel with four-inch
knives that ended with one dy-
ing and the othei critically hurt,
Sheriff Albert Patterson report-
The Houston County Sherifl
identified Charles Arnold, 70, as
the man killed and Allen Mose -
ly. 77, as his critically wounded
antagonist. Arnold was a tran-
sient farm worker who had come
to help Mosely clear timber.
Mosely's wife and grand-
daughter, who said that Arnold
started the fight and who tried
to pull him away from Mose'y,
witnessed the 30-minute battle
and described it to the sheriff.
"Mosely was sitting in a choir,
tying his shoe laces when Ar -I
nold came down stairs and ,i-j
caused him of holding back mon-i
ey he owed him," the sheriff
d"They arguedand Arnold pul.-
edout his knife and knocked
Mosely to the floor where hel
started cutting him. The grand-
daughter, Ethel Harris, 18. jum,,-
ed on Arnold's back and tried to
pull him off but she was knock-
ed down herself
I "Mosely and Arnold then
wrestled around the roomi,
knocking down furniture ...
and then ending up in the yard.
I Mrs. Moesely and the girl were
fighting Arnold all this time.'
too, and b6th received hand and,
face cute.'
He said that near the end ol
the battle Mowely managed to
wrest Arnold's knife away but
Arnold grabbed a shotgun off a
n h Imper d betwn Ar-
iffald xrandfathW but
A d did- not shoot," the aWm,
Iff cotfnt d. "Arnold had been
tee4 m mmn o tan"m.
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a h Mosely was lin
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man, a resident of Spottswood,
N.J., who worked at Monmouth
from 1941 to 1947. -
The witness balked at a series
of questions about allegedd Red
affiliations and whthr he ever
passed information on to the
ROsenber spy rig. ,
Former I Monmottli employes
who were subpenaed to testify
)Wkterday but did not appear
were named as Morri Savitt,
Samuel Snyder and Joseph Per-

Offcals Say Pa.

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LA Of 'Low low'

-Officials aMested today this
city still is the third largest in
the nation and accupd Los An-
geles of delivering a tivow blow"
in an attempt to take over. the
third place spot,
"I am astounded that anyone
in Los Angeles could claim third
place on the basis of 1 special
census taken only a few months
ago compared to Philadelphia
census figures of April, 1950,"
said J. Harry Labrin president
of the Philadelphia Chamber of
"Any third grader would know
that such a comparon is gVoss-
ly unfair. Los Ange appAr-
ently, is assuming that Philadel-
phia has complete, stopped
growing. Nothing= of course,
could be further from the
Labrum said an excesively
high bIrth rate, c6mparo to
deeth;, since 'World War has
con inued r the aat fee
years apd "this a eugh
to keep 1ad1pa ahe of
Los Angeein p ation."
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fr sem. Antonio's Innovai6n has announced -
iding s'er Voi NOW the that he will again meet all the
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Ruth Millett Says:tneir job
Ruth M illettf Says:Take the business of cook-
o -- ing three meals a day. Mrs. Harris
thinks a woman can make of that
Don't Have to Run To editor, has a different slant on job what she will. If she looks on
p With Husbands .the question of how a woman can it as a boring chore and feels like
Sr' the advice-givers who tb east keep pace with her husband a servant while she gets a dull
%omen on the importance through the years. meal ready for the table, then she
U ie' up with their husbands She thinks That the problem of isper.rmin the job of a servant
he yeai take the atti- the young homemaker is how to But if she gets interested in the
t is'is what a woman does mak. ti kind of home in which history, the romance, the chemis-
!her h.. me that is impor- she will be happy to stay and try of foods-and makes the plan-
S. work, instead of feeling that she ning and cooking of meals a crea-
Tf, Imust get out of litr house at every tive activity-then she'll not only
seem to' assume that the opportunity. be happier in *r kitchen, but she
y for a woman to grow is wi be growing a a person.
out of her house as often Try Building Up will be growing a a person.
ible. And it doesn't muoh' Interest in Your Job
what she does, just so that f she can do that then she'll
s something besides home .keep pace with her husband, with-
i out running out on her job. For,
*4 women take such advice to as Mrs. Harris points out, men's
4- cviden ed by the flourish- development doesn't come from
nen's clubs, where wom- goin" to club. where they study
likely to spend far more e erythiihg fren. Shakespeare to
talking, than in doing, music ap-reci tion. It is men's
Harwell Harris, at one work that develops them and
I 1 editor of House Beauti- mak them interesting. And so it
a gazine and now its research can be with homemakers-if they

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There's a standard way of play-
ing the cards in the sort of hand
suuw'1 tod.y. Wnen the hand was
actually played, South didn't know
this standard method, and he lost
nis vumerable game as a result.
West opened the queen of dia-
monds, and South won with the
ace. He drew three rounds of
trumps and then returned to the
uiamonds. He discovered that West
was bound to win two diamond
tricks, and L. spade pushed through
dummy's king gave the defenders
two spade tricks. Down one.
South said that he was munucky
that the diamonds were 4-1. He
was right. .He said hat it took;
more tnan a bad diamond break
to beat him; for he would have
made his contract if the .e of
spades had been favorably plaed.
he was right again. But he was
wrong in the way he had played
the hand, for he should have made
his contract despite both of the
bad breaks.
South made his mistake when
he. drew three rounds" of t-laps.
t the diamonds break nor~ y,
a second high diamond .ga be bt
cashed safely even before. the
trumps are drawn. If the' daonds
break badly, it is important to
leave some trumps in dummys to
cope with te aituatioa.
The right line of pliy is to win
the first trick with the ace of
diarnonds and then to lead only .
one trump-to dummy's king. A
small diamond is then returned
towards South's hand. If the suit
breaks normally, South wU -take,
the king of diamonds, give up .
diamond, draw trumps, and take
at least 10 tricks.,

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r. or dic'=.] Ea9t r us andm
turns a club. SOOth tMlls, dhawai
one more trump with the queen,
and then epft tb*.t .
monds and vo "estp "A imond
South cmn rui a low diamond with
dumfmy's j9k.. t9 o50.. U A11t
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a gentleman. But te minute he
geta behind the wheel of a mar
he starts to act more like a road
hog. He hurries pedestrians oy
sounding h.s horn;, glares at any
driver who annoys hin; pauess
on hills, etc..
Some folkh steer away from
good maniaer the IlaRti thtby
are In the driver's seait.

South wins with the king f dia-
monds and gvts up-'a diamond.
He can ea$ly regain the lead,
ruff a diamond with dummy's jack
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oblo to the store from 4. p.. to pin. wf I qn personally Appk to
ah aB nanm d give them a.suprise treat. I knowhat-the
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ovr In Panamg Friday and Satda, and wilt bi oIn yr...+ from 4
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at d( rassi Mitchell's nag e
career of Arthur
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V~neaa. Brown Is li -1ey.4 Ove
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t e mpus Lion h
0GI (WILLE, Fla.. Dec. 11 -
(U)- Police used tear ri%
tod to break up a Univey, ri
0t rda btudent riot result
(ro the traditional pre-Cir li_
DIMs attmpt to paint "Leo IW
a stone lon and landmark of
the Alpha pslon sri-
pcil te William D.
16 lMr itldents were arraft-

A u .@-h1! Y v181 a

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W..maaed a new
PeaOmmsaioz to rhpiepa
di daied DelmeritO adt
an aniel I. Cler y, aso
enwaora who died recently;
De0cerats last Augt
S ower notified the two
,imbers, Mrs. tGeorga
snd Myron Wineer, they
o removed effective tor;
named as new oomMns-
s : Mrs.. Pearl Carter pas.
I,, former member of thl' "4
.~yRep.blolen State Ot'toal
OoimJIttee. Burkesville, the
first woman elected of
Quaberland County. Ky. and
3ow an agent for an oil com-
lWtney GUlllland, 49, of
Gelawood, la.% assistant AJgrlcul-
*uA' secretary Sara T. Beuao,
a lawyer, farmer and\ forMtr
aebUlcan state chairman of
Raymond T. Anrpbruistb',. 47,
Wew York lawyer and World
Wh II Air Force officer.
The War Claims Coml.o.
ft up in 1499, acts upon
of American citizepa who wre
h=O prisoners r..orced
n by ibhe Jaianese during
World War U.
Mrs. Lusk was Deqoecrgti
rongresswoman from New AM-
0oo In 1947-48. Wiener if a. ewI
Yorker and Oleary was from
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Missouri fan ers .A r action

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some 331 entreat-**most of
therg with Is too 10 epa of
experea Redid a Trun work
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(UP) A perky young female
racing pigrinh lih A' 1,000 bill
taped to left leg fluttered
home saamiy today after 198-
mile flight from Washngton.
If Janie. t~ pink-toed, or-
ange-eyed aird, had landed any-
where along the way or if the
bill had come loose and drifted
down, It would have. been the
undisputed property of anyone
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F l i .P. Honrse Joekey Wat. NT O DDS T yo tt S I
t Race "G" NaUtives 44i ig S0-'." -Pool Ve : 145'
0- First Race of Double The second an final tryout ney
MARGARITA BOWLING Dougan 191 178 185 554 1-.ona J. G6gor 107x et In 1of the Pacific 1
Larra ~15 2-B.jagual G. S0 che 107 --Not of 1-1 be heldeigha tu Ba. et
3sth W eek -^544 S-R osa.B. V. 10- 152 517g a 2a1 k. Due to
13th Week 3 Rs B. V. 10x-80 ready now 1 the record turnOut of 117 players Jr

n8ted Sam Souder better 832 728 2456 7-Cn Valor 108 -16 eayspee rc
on aeoth. .Mar garita La ue times -I sections. The D r rle l be do .Co ,
own as Lou, with a git prior ett 113 07x-ee morse 10-1 n rid taen I attino
Bowe ...135igned u for thetryout should .tt5 h r
lerand triple genreport to the registration booth l Cross.
plars of hGona abhdsie s A gan ..... 143 185 214 54 ad Race "" Nates 7 Poe C 1:15 at 80
SydEoothe I as lds t aturday's trysolt.tJeames
SMargarita League extendour 853 e d of the D player were registered and then ore a
aat exen o u assgned a number after which
g ood old United States of Texas. Butn ......13 120 147 404 --D2e de MN~o-A'. on. 99x--t force pace watchfull eyes of the .J Paul Bee-'
he Post Office team's skill, Docurro .151 128 141 420 4-Romiatico G. 8rAniches 106 -Distance to liking 32 and coaches of the ne Paul Bee
'.Th and 0 Id tha ca Little .?, Richard 1
oiuck as some would have it, Walker ...... 140 173 131 4 5-Marfil R., Guerra 114x-Rates good chance 8-1 Leagu to"atthe eJaut.,e-wt -
d out in the last session and St. John ...58 68 49 _47 -Coliro V. Brown 117x-Nothlng to indicate 25-1 conclu of s a se Dlo-ll 11, ht
ma naged to increase their n- slo n Cubillo a
ymanagedt ta 782 735 752 2269 alon wass inorfo tinm to Max Crawford I wound
to four points by taking 782 735 75 69 report for the o trYout. D la. as Peranf b of
t and total om the PowSlltst L e f belw to aran.
Sandtarting off with gPoo d CURUNDU MEN'S OPEN. 3rd Race "Non-Winnens" Natives 4% va. P.rse psn.g Listed below are 2.0 by .w ad Jr. is oi
Ses of 821 and 839 they won BOWLING LEAGUE (13th Week) number and la m e .our to 22O) aAu ou
first two easily only EPSA is still on top by only Pool Cloes 1:45 One-Two the yare t. repoc0 .: 2
last with a lowly 742. Torto- eight points, they took three 1-Don Wende V. Ord6fie 115- -Promising colt Gr4oG (Nas N1 a. LouIS a eeney, ther,
ri again led Powell's with 504 points from Isthmian Construe- 2--fol Naciente A. T a 103x--as shown nothing 24-1 Coin orrigan, M "El- Prr
while Hogan, Wallace and Griler ors. It was a close battle butu as 3-Giovanni V. Brown 09xNothn to reommen -1 hone David 8 m John ne J
P 0 with 555, 516, and usual EPSA came through when 4-Bondadosa M. Yaraw 100x-N-obunt improve lots 20-1 Frank, Thomas a h- res, Brce.. ,d, Ja m eei. a ')
peaed the P.caw-th 555,o 51,nultPSFrm ah er e.1a Jame
1I17. It was a bad night for the they needed to. Ed Kunkel was 5--Bull Flea R. ViAques 110 --Cla debutante 6021 ard Morse, Jackoianey, The- Wilson ron, Frank-
Shst shots of the League and high for EPSA with a nice 551. -Muchacha A. Enrtque 110--ias best workouts. e dore Albritton, Ro d Pearl, Bil- lin Aeron, Colea ur
H' an's 555 was good for class Second high for the night, close ''Cclclasure
n555 behind him was Bennet with ly Herrera, Doad. Rhett arty Peter DRBntote ael Kllpper,
e Elk's took over the second nice 510 his high for the year. Mallory, re e Gary Olae vd Cocla-
from Wright's by winning He also rolled a 202 third game 4th Race 'T" Natives 11 Fgs. PIx $275. Pool Closes : 8W Cn y be Jus re
two and total from the Cafe Ca- which hi shgh game or the Freeman, Paul and Ce-
rile. By bowling a strong 2602 year. John Cain was high for the Qu0nela Hremigh, Jr. ye
sees they overcame the Cibe's Constructors with 4-ady Moon Bravo 1163 --or indicate even rou (mbers 1 to n.)
48 pin spot in the first and last Auto-Cine rolled all or -Villarreal A. Yca 102xCOuld surprise again 10-1 Report 2 at N:S i J. 40 iM M
genes by enough to get pinfall. pan Ford to gain one point on --Vlllarreal A. YRau 103z-COuld surprise gJite 104 Report at : m.
EPAes by enough to .et pinal. P Auto-Cle took lfour 3-Daniel H. Ruls 103x early peed -1 Joaquln J. V S Ja. G.
the 2nd game went to the Ca- from the Fordmen. Cunninham 4-Sherry Time V. Ord6flez 110 howinR improvement .en 81cer., BuVV athaber, Ed-
Steam when they came hih for Auto-Cne wih 478 ---Preonero J. O6ngora 104x-Early pacesetter 15-1 ward Dolan, h Milton
u with 850 scratch. Lloyd Gr fith was high for the Ford -Rioiftar A. Ooniles 100 -Oets going too late 15-1 Parsons, Russel W. P Wil- K N
OlMe kled the Caribe's with a big -ith 43. 7-Manolete F. Hidalgo 113 ,-Ha strong flnth 5-1 liam Correll 4Vbe, Rob- F 0.TO
'sLt was still Sht out e Acme Paints rolled a 2669 ner- ert H. CMe( Mhas. W.
honors for class B by Stalica's RagerA JrP RolMle a6 rob-
5 73 for the Elk's. Glck's team- ie high for the night but could
Johnson fared better with only get three points from Wal- th Race "A" NaUive 7 Fgs.Prse $75.$ Pool Claoss Si e nir, eam cJ Rar
s 53Jwhihwsgooared fotr Clas ly's Bar, who rolled 2581 second Ze5 nrck, R o n,' John
i 53 which was good for Class igh for the evening. Pitti rolled 1-Blscaya V. Ord6fes 110 -Good chance here 4lae 4-1 Zirkman. M ihadtl, Peter a u
*C. e remaining n fourth a nice 559 the high series for the 2-Golden Fan J. Phillips 110 -In thick of it ..4-1 Smith and Eftarli bury
e, the Ace's gained a couple night, and he had a 215 second 3-La Enea R. VAsaues 110 -Much improved 3-2 Group S (Nan ae 41c) Oua.
points on the Wright team by game. Huddleston rolled 523 for 4-Dalida P. V. Castillo 115 -Better chance now 4-1 Re= o. Das tHe
nt ong the last two games an Acm also. Wickham was high 5-Rina Roi V. Brown 97x -Will force early pace 10-1 Craig roil tnl. Beretsa
ti the last two .gams a he for Wally's with 462. 6-Slxaola .O0. Mazuera 116 --a strongest finish- 5- Thomas lgK, Luhr,
to pi- Th h' nle r losthe Ja6n Guardia took three points 7-Winsaba E. Ortega 100x-Completely outclassed Martin AnHuC u f R td n to
next to the same score. They from Team Number Five to keep _X,. a.
aa I the running. Lane was h Bruce HimIL MuA' ui.
Sbad third game tho and for JaSn Guaria with St 6th Race "H" Imported-4% Fg.Prse $40.0 Pool Clo ,1145 ruliao F. fBi ?
tup his good work by st- uewe were high for Teamirt Race of thp Double shong, Geoe- Brewer, Joe. Sal. =
league and boosted hi a Ten High Individual Averages 1-Aretador A. Ycasa 1.15 -No sn of Itse -1 terlo, John d1 Peter Whit-s
i 182. Stilson and Robinson 1-Kunkel .......... 18-19 2-Flrenze G. 8Anches 115 -In bettenrSn -1t-c
SAce's came through with 2-Huddleston. .. .. .. 162-30 3-Salustio 0. Masuera 106 -Hard h to -t 2-1
^al scores of 532 while 3- ............ 162- 2 4--Portobelo V. Rodrig 1ues z-Aiming a lo-. 'l Twl0-1 jwrh. I .
ey and Anderson were 4-Kramer .... ...16* 0-32 5-Lady Martha Julio Rod. 115 -Dangerous T 4-1 V"WIfI... Twil ...
Behind with 520 and 518. .-Cunningham.... .. 160- 9 6- En lish Mary J. Bravo 118 -Will be beaten 2-1
Sput Robinson and An- -Cain ..* ..* .. 15 7--Albarda IL. Reyes lOfx-Early paceaetter 10-1
in a tie for total pint~ell --Tirtan ..155-25-
with 6807 apiece for 39 games 8--itti. 155-20
t an average of 174-21. 9--chafer ........ 155-18
The White Hats Club of Coo 10-Lee............ 1-13 7th ae "F" ped--4 Fs.Ps Pol Close 4:
reversed their defeat of eond a of the Do
wee at the hands of the W.L. Pts. Pln 1-Grlu R. Guerra 1.15x -Needed'last one -1
fe Ea er tfor r king" th EPSA 28 11 3 33440 -olde Time A. Enrique -betteru i a a s s b h ... W rtl
Skaters for four poin -Cin 23 16 31 3340 3- o A. SMena 118 -Form 3-3A The I, new .- a .. be *_ 1* MN a
n the first two by pn Colpan Ford 19 20 26 3330 4-Dea E. er 118 -FMain .1 me a s
t then came in with 853 ColpanAmer. oMadd 9Bu2 2056
*:. etthe lst b 01nsT e Acme Paints 18 21 25 33224 5--AmAr.Maid 3. Beas 105 --jed to bur .O.-
ps with the Smoker'sandth Team No. 5 18 1 22 329 7-In TIn V. Brown 102xz-CouM core at price 341 & a1 Bw
u wits the HSmoin a thr J nGud 19 20 25 3026 II x d e
aell's for 5th place. Galligan aiysth. Coart. 138 21 32 90205 "' "'_ _
the Hats with with 542 close- Wally's Bar 13 26 16 30105
followed by Armintrout with ACME PAINTS 8th Race "I" Imported-s % FPus.Pu I WTI.W Pool Csm4es 4: 4
while Edmonds was high for Pitti 162. 215 182 59 Qul-s-
WEEKS PRIZE WINNERS........ Lee 154 158 168 480 1-Astoria 0. Prescott 108 -Early 8 d 10-1
A Hogan ......... 555 Dishong 135 139 112 386 2-.-Bendigo Reyes 107x itm. .
B Stalica ...... Huddleton 151 10 212 523 3-Can Julio Rodrig. 113 slowly
SC Johnson ......503 Handicap 95 285 4-Hechso C. Rui 110 chance 15-1
STEN (21 or more games) 5--Pincel 0. Mauer 120 D d a cla 2.
Games Ag. Total 842 906 921 0669 8--Vera ndt J. Phillips 115 --~a h g aod cheae -
pegan +........ 39 18 -14 -vs. 7-Black Bull R. Vhsques 118 -WLa r 2-1
5 Cf.......24 179-17 WALLY'S BAB '8--Pblico J. Bases 105 -d man wy 204
rabee ...... 3 177-30 Helton 172 127 135 434 9-Wild 'Justice G. Alfaro 122- pre e 5-1
S- ..'. 393 177-15 Lenoeker 140 148 103 3U1 ___
trout .... 36 174-33 Wlckham 160 129 173 462
D. Adterson .. .39 174-1 Muatalne 147 131 189 447 0th Race "E"'Imported 7-p. Puree'35BA6 Clees 5I, 1
Rob1 son1 Hellwig 145 149 124 418 ne-Tw....
obns...... 39 174-19 Handicap 143 143 143 420 F r 0 .0 u 1
V. Ande STo INGS74-8 Totals 907 827 847 2581 2-Vulcani ado C. Ruiz 1 5
WoTEAM STAN Lost 3-uA lco J. Bravo 110"e"S
Post Office PANFORD 3g3sa V. Rodrigues 117-N
Pot Office. 33 19 Murdock 124 108 148 378 5-Carmela II F. Hidalgo 100 a
Wriht Br.......28 2 Hcks 126 128 122 370 6-(Coruta H. Ruiz 105l -Nt i .
Wright Bros .. .. .28 24 Zornes 140 123 144 407 7-(PlropoII V. Castillo 116 -Coald are
Aces ..........27 25 Dooley (B) 140 140 140 420
ites ......24 28 Handicap 107 107 107 321 10th Race V Im:ported.-6 Fgs.P"ure U O.S Pot C l.4.e's
CafeCaibe .... 2 Totals 782 773 810 2365 -Pancho Palcato V. Ord. 110
Ofice- -vs R. V..ue. 113 .
Wallace .....188 188 140 516 AUTO-N -CEi JuU o Rodoi. 118 -
S er ........ 203 158 149 510 Lavallee (B)141 141 141 423 us Brav 115 -
137 145 15084321Balut6s 131 1591 13 453 '*
-83 Cunh rgham l 1 A WORTHY
owells--.. Handicap 93 93 93 279
r .8 08 4 Totals 794 839 837 2470 COMPANION
t, C. ...137 122 199 458 JAEN GURDIA TO "
.. .......155 181 132 468 liedler 126 155 149 430 + -
ht, J. ... 159 169 124 452 Kramer (B) 150 1 150 450 .-
739 787 789 2315Bloyd (B) 126 12 16 37
........ 186 14 159 509 Handicap 93 93 93 279
.. .....16 150 158 474 Totals 813 822 786 2421
.......174180 177 531 TEAM NUMBER FIVE

Jr...161 177 129 47 EPSA

V52 -go- -8 3 Francie,Bent E. -15'9-138 115 4123' -- '' [-I 5.' A'
784 2436 Bennett 122 186 202 510 AL
.... 48 48 48 144 Heer (B) 127 127 127 381 TWO
Seybold 172 134 i25 431 ~,.
850 898 832 2580 Kunkel 185 190 176 551
-Handicap 96 96 96 28 OF
58 190 172 520 Totals 861 871 841 2573 -1RODIT(rS -
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,..1ughes 121 144 400
0- Sawyer 149 201 102 452
S 1 21 Torl~ 138 135 184 45
1 Cn 149 180 134 46
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Gouzenko To Meet US Spy-Hrnter,

But Strictly On Canadia

(NEA Telephoto)
miera Tarvainiene breaks down
after looking at a photograph,
of her son who was beaten and
then bayoneted to death by So-
viet Union secret agents in Li-
thuania. Mrs. Harveiniene told
her story to a Congressional'
Committee holding hearings at
Detroit on Russia's seizure
of the Baltic states.

Nobel Prizeman

-, Churchill Urges

Tolerance, Calm

STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Dec. 11
.(UP) Winston Churchill, in a
Nobel Prize acceptance speech
proudly spoken by his wife,
counseled mankind last night to
be tolerant and calm in this "age
of storm and tragedy' where "the
power of man has grown in every
sphere except over himself."
Lady Churchill emerged from
bher chosen obscurity in the
shadow of her famed husband
accept from King Gustav
Adolf the prise for literature
awarded to the British Prime
SMinister for his mastery of the
English language.
She heard her husband, who
at the moment was flying home
to London from Bermuda, de-
sc r i b e d in the presentation
speech as a man whose "every
word is half a deed" and as a
odemrn "Caesar who also has the
S lt of wielding Cicero's stylus."
_Churchill was one of five NIobel
Prizes winners to be presented
their awards in Stockholm's town
in medicine.
One of those honored was
Prof. Fritz LApmiann of Harvard
University who shared the prize
Lady. Churchill, gracious and
S ray-haired, took the speakers'
land, to a trumpet fanfare and
sp6ke her husband's powerful
words of acceptance in a gentle
A voice.
The Churchillian rhetoric,
4 was laced with humor at first
/ ; tbut It grew increasingly grave
as the 19-year-old statesmaAn
warned that man may be pas-
S tag through a phase where his
problems may have got beyond
S' his control.
,i" Churchill said it was both a
S "unique and unexpected" honor
for him to be inscribed on the
roll of the world's literary greats.
"I am proud but also, I must
admit, awe-struck at your deci-
sion to include me. I do hope you
are right," he said.
Then followed the body of the
S hort and musing speech in
which Churchill summed up his
ponderings and his conclusions.
It said:
"Since Alfred Nobel died in
1896 we have entered an age of
storm and tragedy. The power
of man has grown in every
sphere except over himself.
"Never in the field of action
have events seemed so harshly
to dwarf personalities. Rarely
In history have brutal facts so
nominated thought or has such
S wMesuread, individual virtue
.*and so dim a collective focus.
On The fearful question confronts
'Have our problems got be-
our control? Undoubtedly
B .| e ge passing through a phase
this may be so.
may we humble our-
and seek for guidance and

,n Ballet

lis Island
YORK, Dec. 11 (UP)-
an ballet stars report-
given command per-
for Adolf Hitler dut-
War II were held oy
-authorities aon E;-
riler they arrived
a, manaad-w!fe
fr tour, ael known
fo11 nase are
hgl Lester,

OTTAWA. Dec. 11 (UP)-Igo
Gouzenko, former Russian code
clerk who helped- break the Sov
let espionage ring, has agreed to
talk to U.S. Senate spy invest
gators and a top-secret meeting
is being arranged, It was an
nounced today.
Justice Minister Stuart Gar-
son told the Canadian House of
Commons that Sen. William E
Jenner, chairman of the Senati
subcommittee on internal secur-
ity, and Robert Morris, the sub-
committee's counsel, have been
designated as the men to ques-
tion Gouzenko.
In New York, Morris said he
and Jenner were prepared to go
to Canada at the earliest date
A formal Canadian note say-
ing Gouzenko consented to the
meeting was received by the
State Department in Washing-
ton almost two hours after Gar-
son made the announcement.
The meeting will be held on
Canadian terms and under
strictest secrecy to protect Gou-
zenko from possible Russian re-
venge, Garson said.
No part of Gouzenko's testi-

Commerce Secretary

Praises Confidence

To Build Prosperily
CHICAGO, Dec. 11 (UP) -Sec-
retary of Commerce Sinclair
Weeks said last night the Elson-
hower administration gave the
nation a "record year" and "the
confidence to create greatest
prosperity In history."
"Every sign Indicates a happy
New Year and another 12 months
of good business and high em-
ployment." he told the Illinois
Manufacturers Association. .
Weeks said the administration
gave business "the confidence"
to create prosperity and take
steps to "encourage economic
growth and stability." He said
the Republican accomplishments
were: 1) "Straight-jacket wage.
p r ice and materials controls
have been removed thus set-
ting free enterprise free."
2) "The alarming increase In
the cost of government has been
3) "Taxes are to be reduced as
4) "Inflation has been check-
5) "A start has been made in
taking the federal government
out of competition with private
"We Americans have had a re-
cord year..." Weeks said. "We
are selling as never before."

Newest CZ School

To Be Dedicated

Next Wednesday
The Canal Zone's n e w est
school building, the south Mar-
garita elementary school, will be
formally dedicated next Wednes-
day afternoon, it was annoiunzed
Friday by the Division of Schools.
The dedication ceremonies
will take place at 4-30 p ni.
Wednesday afternoon in the pa-
tio of the new school.
Acting Governor H 0. Paxson
will present the kevs to the new
h ifdlin1,_ c

monywill be made Dublic with- "I communicated by letter with
out the approval of the Cana- Mr. Gouzeriko, who has now re-
dian government, plied that he Is prepared to meet
The meeting was arranged the representatives of the Unit-
through the U.S. State Depart- ed States government on the
ment at the request of Jenner, terms already agreed between
who hopes Gouzenko may have the United States and Canadian
information on espionage In the governments," Garson said.
United States. "In view of the confidential



e Rescue Mission Problem Keeps Art

Of Jungle Warfare Alive In US Army

In order to Increase the effec- unit accomplished its mission in
tiveness of the 33rd RCT's high- six hours.
ly specialized ungle training, he The second problem will start
3rd Battalion of Fort Davis has from the Pifia small ar range,
formed a jungle rescue unit com- below the Pifla River. The jungle
posed of 19 men and one officer, rescue unit will travel on foot
This team Is the Atlantic side about three miles to a highly
counterpart of the 33rd I&R mountainous area where they
Platoon. The men in the rescue will undertake their ohalenge.
unit are all from Hq. Co., 3rd It s this kind of mission that
Battalion. Lt. George F. Dudley is keeping the art of lungle war-
is the team control officer and fare alive within the United
Sfc. George F. Doel, Jr., Is the 'States Army. Such training will
NCO In charge, produce an excellent and eff6c-
This week the jungle rescue Live Jungle fighter within the
unit completed its second prob- 33rd RCT.
lem; The men must be constant-
ly on the alert because the prob-
lems are not announced and ,V Jd Ccy KI W
consequently there is no time
The jungle rescue unit travelsPrc
as light as possible with only the W W M W IJ
most essential equipment neces- D at T
sary. Each man carries his in-
dividual weapon for personal
protection, machete, and food Rear Admiral A. M. Bleflsoe,
for one meal. The unit receive Commandant, 15th Naval Dis-
its additional food and other trict, will review an all services
necessities by airdrops and Is In honor guard at 7:30 aj-.tomor-
constant radio contact with the row at Quarry Heghts. The cer-
Battalion command post and the emony will precede the Admiral'
helicopter pilot, Lt. Robert D. Immediate departure by plane
Merrill. for the United States where he
Due to the deep penetration wil be assigned to the 13th MD,
the search party makes in the Seattle, Washigton.
jungle it is necessary to have a Maj. Gen. L. J. Whi locks
relay station along the route. manding General, ,
Before the problem begins a will also be present for the fare-
"victim" is actually "planted" well review.
somewhere in the jungle. The Music for the ceremony willb
jungle rescue unit starts Its mis- furnished by the 71't Ar
slon with only the knowledge of and a 13-gun salute for
the approximate area where the miral will be fired by the [
victim is located. The unit has Field Artillery Bn.
to travel through some of the Rear Admiral Milton di
roughest and wildest terrain of Miles will succeed Admiral arm*
the Canal Zone and receives on- soe, who served three y.
ly limited aid as to the direction the Caribbean. Admiral
or route from the helicopter was formerly in the office
whose main purpose is for re- Chief of Naval Opiatio n
supply and effecting the actual At anImprsasve ceI
rescue."I Ig u Boj vSao d ps us vg
Upon reaehing the area where Reservation, Fort Amadcir,
the victim is supposed to be. the a.m. today, Admiral Bl
unit has to thoroughly search llIquishe conuadof
the area and find him. This may eenth Naval i t toh
mean covering many additional of Staff, Ca Q 0W.
miles after the search area la son. Jr., UV .
reached. Captala Pa bn will
Once the victim Is found the the Dstret the
unit immediately applies any aid Admiral Mfil
necessary to save and comfort Admiral was
the victim. The rescue unit then mandant e three
has to make a clearing In the the day and the ha
thick jungle so that the helicop- suaW n the in .
ter may land and take the vic- her I60.
tim to safety. BledGse a th
In their first problem the jun- sa. w dl
gle rescue team departed Fort F Base for the
D vts and embarked at Dock 45. proiinmatm 8 a.=m.
From this point they traveled by This' rnI's
LCM to the Oatun Lake area, Sf 1 r~ta
where the rescue unit had to of e Air
search many of the islands lo- and.gasd byW S
cated in this vicinity before the dots f i it
victim was found. wt manof
Adding to the difficulty of the toeet. t
mission was the problem which muni Center al
arose from the hundreds of the MNval Met is,
thousands of trees in the lake, -.
which made direction by hellcop- Agata1 n
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is expected to bc a large group Hit Record Singer '
of residnLus of the Margarit- iiiHitR cord S m Lg m.r~j
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principal of the new school, is in T i AO
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morning. Instead, classes %1i FAr rhklmaC
begin at I p ni and continue Lin- F Ir U 1HiNasU
til 4:30 p m. so that parents m r' OKLAHOMA CITY, Dec. 11 -
see their children at work in the (UP) Gayla Peevey, the .10-
new school. 'ear-old singer whose recording
The school which was corn- of "I Want a Hippopotamus Sot
pleted after the re2inning of the Christmas" has become a big hit, "
school year. represents a consid- is about to get her musical wish
erable departure from older Ca- The Oklahoma City Times and l
nal Zone school facilities. It con- station WKY-TV today annotie-
sists of five one-story units co.,- ed a campaign to buy the little
nected by covered passage-wa-vs .songstress a genuine baby hippo
Four of the unit.~ are devoted to in the next two weeks.
classroom spate and one cla ,s- The outsize gift won't exatly
room unit has a library with a fit under the yoann star's Chris-
small stage mas tree, but the sponsors have
Miss Moomaw's office. a clinic that fixed up, too. They've ar-
and sick room and storage area ranged for Gayla to turn the
are in the fifth unit "baby" over to Oklahoma City's
--e i t ____u zoo. ;- ?v can buy a ~ 0-poun
animal for about 13,00.
300,000 East Germans Gayla couldn't be reched fo
~Flee Rx comment, but her m6ther,.Mr.
Flee Red Oppression L. A. Peevey, contributed a dlloUt
for her.
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have fled Com munist oppression wasn't exactly happy.
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CAM.I AOD.I.. PANAItrirN. ** ,...
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Labor News
This is part two of saga which
began when the president of the
Plumbers Union called the Presi-
dent of the U.S. a liar.
They story started in a uproar.
It .will end in an uproar on the
nation's picket lines and at thou-
sands of anti-Eisenhower demon-
year of bitter showdown battles
between the nation's top labor and
management leaders such as we
already see in the paralyzing New
York City newspaper strike.
For it is now obvious to those
who know what policy decisions
are being made, in President Ei-
senhower's own office and on a
Cabinet level, that there will be no
changes in our basic national la-
bor law. There will, however, be
tougher and tougher state labor
The Mail > on open Icrum lot raodtr I Tab Ponom. Amar-
kan. Laan ara e.itd .latttwlly and of haala hi a wkon> anli-
deinfiol fflRPIHRr
II M IliallRllTl iBttBi don't ba ImootlsM U doesa .ppe.i ha
aa day. Laten ara Buhliihad m tht ardtr rs PImm In *aa rha letfar limitad an pt leaf
Idtnhly o lette. ritan m held in ttrietait conlidcnca.
Tfci aawipaaar asiumcs no raiponikilitT o# ttateasaati <
npiaaiad in lettsn Iroat raaaan.
The follow inn is a copy of a letter sent by a well known
Zonian To Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy, (R-Wis.).
Dear Senator McCarthy:
May I first extend my thanks and appreciation to you and
your committee for the splendid work you have been aoing in
ferreting out the Communists within our governmental organiza-
In the face of the extreme criticism and abuse that you are
forced to take from a great number of people, many of them of
course are people who are afraid that eventually your investi-
gations will lead to them and their associates, I know that oft-
times it would be so easy to just say. i qua and stop trie in-
vestigations and devote your time to other activities which nave
oeen sorely neglected because you have felt that these undesir-
ables need to be eliminated from causing further trouble to the
people o the United States. You nave a skater majority ot peo-
ple who are appreciative and who hope that you will continue
the good work you have been doing. .
I read recently about your proposed trip to the Canal Zone
and was among those disappointed when it was found that you
might not be able to come to the Canal Zone, so with your per-
mission I would like to bring the following to your attention for
your information and guidance. u. ...
We all know too well the strategic importance o tne Pana- law for the umon cnjefs who fought
m Canal to the United States and our people. It has been dem-|nim so Ditterly in years so-swiftly
onstrated through two world wars and the importance of tnelgone by
Canal to the welfare of the world in general is being demonsirai- There is no other Congressional
d dally. Ileader today on whom President
William A. Newman. Jr Associate Director of Audit, to Ujj gg-^ZJSmSBtS S
General Accounting Office, has arrived on the Canal Zone W-'mises.
alleging to be on ofilclal business. Enclosed herei to grOf P',f ,t
the local papers. The Panama American &***gJg*1
Herald, which cover 5>.ei* man's several trips te, theCanal Zone
on -official business." You can readily see that as recently as
July of this year. Newman was also here on Official business so
important that he enlisted the aid of his small child in order to
"I'd Buy on Oxygen MaskIf I Could Afford It"
Apparently, both the liberal and
conservative presidential advisers
have successfully urged General
Eisenhower to lorget the now fa-
mous 19 points over whith ex-
Labor Secretary Martin Durkin
quit the Cabinet last summer.
Here's what will happen:
President Eisenhower, according
to current plans, will refer casu-
ally to labor and the Taft-Hartley
law in his State of the Union mess-
age, now being prepared.
If there is no outcry over this
Taft-Hartley brushoff the President
will not send a special message
on labor to Congress, as he, the
late Senator Taft, Martin Durkin
and all the rest had contemplated.
It should be said here that, ironi-
cally enough, only Senator Taft
could have won a softened labor
,, ,_, III M.OM.
decided that President
Eisenhower should dispatch a-spe-
cial message to Congress later, it
will be prepared by Labor Secre-
tary James Mitchell and not by
the group around presidential ad-
ministrative assistant Bernard
Shanley which was in the midst of
the in point controversy this sum-
mer. Secretary Mitchell is setting
labor policy. President Eisenhower
to listening to him. That's definite.
"^w^re^wel'aware of the duties of the General Accounting
Office and of the Congressional Acts whereby they derive their
thority to act In the welfare of the United State, Government
However, we do not believe that any one is, nor can he be
authorized, to continuously act to tower the morale *2", usuaua9 ....... ,~*
merican and Panamanian employes who have worked competenc However wh,tever suggestions
ly. laboriously, and faithfully, side by side to make tne ranama he President sends to Congress,
Canal the great institution It to today. Maa,mttn *pems'they must first ">sidered bv
By the material enclosed, you will find that Newman aeons commiMee of tne senate La-
to delight in agitating and" deliberately4 misleading^the ggf bor Committee as well as the
who work for the Government of the United States .theBCna'; I House Labor Committee. And that
A man who would try to disrupt the morale and peace m not nappin for mtny months,
mind of a group of employes In a strategic location toe ]Pan-|,rvng Ives (R., N.Y.) is head of
ama Canal? not to mention the drop in efficiency and PrtnSt he Scnate sub """ittee en 1-
tlon of the Canal itself, as Newman has done, ana n ne is not ^ icgsi-jon. And at the moment
stopped, will continue to do. needs checking upon. he has deveioped an absorbing in-
lt is inconceivable to think that a man or woman can"- ,erest jn Fair Empi0yment Prac-
cientlv do a days work while all the timeihe to being constantly icgisla,ion ,nd new laws
reminded by Newman that he will probably' be terminated, that ^ri^^ti,, schools,
theOovernor to not "runnlni" the Canal like he should that h* jta, ^
they will lose their differential; that the low cost hospitallzation, ^ lyeg has fet t be ^^^
wiil be discontinued, and many other matters, all detrimental t0|,hat Ws oup wiU hoW he,rings
the Canal Zone employes. .. ____ .on this subject before they go into
Thto not only effecis his ability to work but his peace oil proposed changes on Taft-
mind and morale in general to affected. A check of records will | H(irtiey. At thto, of course, the
show that many a loyal employe has quit because of these clr- labor ie,ders can only growl
cunutances. .l ....,___, "louche". Score one for Ives. His
\ve know the limitations of Newman s activities as autnonz- nterest m fajr piay is sincere. How
ed bv law. We know to whom it is their duty to make such recom- ican y,e nltion's labor leaders
mendatlons for changes. .. ... '. ._ scream against FEP,C hearings?
However we do no, know by what authority he can con- j^ey can?t. Nevertheless, these
atantlv disrupt the efficiency of the Panam Canal and the mo-hearings can stau unl summer-
rale of the ennloyes. Nor can we find authorization wherein itjme m^ committee discussions
constant and nix*te expenditures are allowed for his repeated Taft Hartley changes,
trias to the Cr nal Zone. ,1 That brings the whole matter in-
Doesn't the final report of his auditors reach the General t0 the politicr.l campaign for Con-
Arrountine Onice7 Or are tne men irom that ottice so incoin- gress wnen everybody wants to
betant that he must return to the Canal Zone to check on them g0 -nome ad get the voters into
iV^rv *lx montils' ,. ^ the booths and on the right
On behl u o.'the people of the Canal Zone and myself whe j ine> o course,
believes tha lhe Panama Canal to a necessity to the Unitw
Statas not a 1. :urv as implied by certain Individuals. I want1
to thank vou -r your generosity In checking into toe above mat-
ter and If tbeve to ony further information you need, please dc
not hesitate In calling on me for assistance.
By Peter Edson
(Name Omitted Locally).
troit, for a toug'icning, not a soft-
ening of the nation's most cussed-
at labor law. Nobody's happy over
it. The union chiefs want it wiped
out, or at least eased. Manage-
ment, seeing such strikes as the
New York newspaper stoppage, the
walkout of 33,000 steelworkers
(which, in turn, affects the pro-
Thl* letter Is for the visiting Congressmen. duction of milk containers) and the
7f yo^a lnte?ated fthe new housing situation. I want to jet plane picket lines, want the
WASHINGTON (NBA) For- Fish says his organization will in endorsement of his program and
mer Republican Congressman not be distracted by domestic is- the others were prevented from
Hamilton Fish of New York visited sues. Its political action will con- speaking only because of lack of
Washington recently to confer with sist entirely of supporting candi- time. .
former Democratic Sen. Burton K. dates for Congress who share its One of the most significant things
Wheeler and others on the selection views on foreign policy. It will about the remarks was that Repub-
of a national committee to head support/both Democrats and Re- lican Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy's
a new, nonpartisan, isolationist publicans if their views are against name was not mentioned once, ac-
politica'l organization. The name of internationalism, cording to Fish. Now was the sub-
the new group will be the Amer- There is no thought of forming ject of "McCarthyism" discussed,
ican Political Action Committee a third American political party He made this assertion in deny-
"APAC now, according to the present ing an earlier statement given out
There is obviously no connection plans. But if, in 1956, both political by Archie Roosevelt a few days
with the CIO-PAC and any simil- parties endorse the present inter- before the dinner. It was to the
arity in names is purely coinciden- nationalist policies and nominate effect that the new organization
tal ~ internationalist candidates, then would" work to support Senator Mc-
Fish has not only picked the the American Political Action Com- Carthy. Roosevelt also said it
name of his new movement, but mittee will organize a third party would take an interest in domestic
has also been given full authority in every state. political issues, such as opposition
by the 35 as-yet-unnamed foypders to the Republican organization of
to appoint a national chairmali and APAC came into being the night Gev. Themes-E. Dewey in New
a governing body of 15 to 20 before Thanksgiving at a dinner York.
prominent citizens. given by Fish at the Harvard Club Roosevelt was unable to attend
in New York. He ssys it was the the dinner, but Fish says this
Fish ssys he will announce these most historic dinner he ever at- earlier statement almost got his
names before Jan. 1. By the end tended. organization off the track. He be-
of March he thinks there will be a Col. Robert R. McCermick, pub- heves it is back now.
local organization in every one,of Usher of the Chicago Tribune, was If the backers of Fish s new
the 48 states, for work in the 1954 to have been the guest of honor. American Political action Com -
and 1956 elections. He says he has Illness prevented Colonel McCor- mittee fully endorse this present
a million dollars promised to sup- mick's attendance, so the dinner plan to give no support to Senator
port the movement, although no was held without him. i McCarthy it wdl mark an lmpor-
pledges have been asked for and The Chicago publisher had pro- tant split in the anti-international-
no money has been collected. posed the formation of a new ist front. Fish says he wants no
The platform on which APA will "American Party" in August, 1952, mudslinging m his movement, so
operate will be entirely devoted "to save the United States from as to keep his crusade on the
to the one issue of foreign policy, New Dealism and international highest levels of foreign policy
Fish declares. torn." Fish had endorsed the Mc- debate.
"It will be for American national- Cormlck proposal at that time, Fish's visit to Washington at -
ism and against the giveaway in- but nothing came of the move- tracted little attention among
ternaUonalism of the Rooseve*. ment until the recent New York American political leaders. But
British Broadcasting Corp. made
our television film inter
show their audiences what
e Acbeson sna Dunes zor- euenaea s ainner. dui no a*ia *u nuiariCal
eign BnHfv. at least 25 of those rrent spoke was like.
WASHINGTON .Inside story of State Dulles was so furious that he
the McCarthy Eisenhower con-1interrupted President Eisenhower'a
(roversy is that the Wisconsin fire- Tnanksgiving vacation with a phone
eater had planned to come out in
his last statement shooting from
the hip with a devastating blast
against John Foster Dulles and his
law partner, Arthur Dean, now in
Korea trying to negotiate peace.
It was placid, roly poly Len
Hall, Ghairmei of the Republican
National Committee, who finally
went to, McCarthy's office and per-
suaded him to call off the dogs.
Hall had to- mingle threats with
persuasion before McCarthy
What Senator McCarthy had got
hold of was the record of Arthur
Dean as a vice president of the
Institute of Pacific Relations. This
is the group which published Amer-
asia and in which certain Com-
munists infiltrated during the war.
McCarthy was ready to publish
certain records which according to
some interpretations might have
linked Dean with U.S. appease-
ment toward Red China. He had
prepared a ripsnorting statement
blasting the Secretary of State and
his law partner, now in Korea.
When Len Hall heard about this,
however, he went to see McCar-
thy. At no time did he lose his
temper. It was always Joe and
Len. However, Len told Joe that
if he went ahead with his blast,
he, Hall, and every Republican
leader would issue statements
against him.
Hall argued that McCarthy's at-
tacks on Eisenhower were merely
helping the Democrats. He also
promised that if McCarthy would
tone down his statement, the Re-
Eublican leaders would drop their
attle against him.
McCarthy agreed. He even sub-
mitted his greatly watered down
statement to Hall. Hall read it,
and, while he didn't approve it. he
said he didn't think it would offend
the White House too much.
Hall then went to the White
House and reported to Ike. When
he left he was confident he bad ar-
ranged a truce. But he hadn't
counted on one thing. McCarthy
put an extra kicker in his state-
ment. The typed statement was so
milk toast that the Baltimore
Sun correspondent Phil Potter ask-
ed: "Senator, could this be de-
scribed as a perfumed note to the
That was before McCarthy added
the kicker which was verbal.
He urged that the American peo-
ple write letters to the White
House urging that Ike change his
foreign policy regarding China.
And the White House, despite any
reports to the contrary, just, didn't,
appreciate this a bit.
McCarthy vs. Eisenhower
Prior to the Browne)! blast at
Truman in Chicago, the White
House had not intended to fight
McCarthy openly, but to take the
ball away from him, thus push him
out of the headlines. ., White
House aides claim that Attorney
General Brownell's controversial
Chicago speech on Harry Dexter
White was not aimed at ex-Presi-
dent Truman but at Senator Mc-
Carthy. The Eisenhower Adminis-
tration wanted to demonstrate that
it could handle the Communist is-
sue without any help from Mc-
Carthy .. Brownell's speech was
carefully reviewed by Presidential
Press Secretary Jim Hagerty the
call to Augusta ... When Ike re-
turned to the White House, he
found not merely Dulles but hie
aides angry as hornets over Mc-
Carthy's challenge to the Press-
dent's leadership. Hehce, the
double-barreled Dulles-Eisenhower
blsst at McCarthy.
Idaho's Senator Herman Welker,
a rabid Republican, was mistakaa
the other day for Minnesota's Sen-
ator Hubert Humphrey, a liberal
"Aren't you Senator Humphrey 1"
asked a lady tourist, standing nest
to Welker on the Senate elevator,
"Lady," retorted Welker icily,
"I don't look like Senator Hum-
phrey, act like him, talk like him,
or vote like him. I am just as far
from Senator Humphrey as the
President Eisenhower's state-
ment that every American has the
"Right to meet his accuser face te
face" was made off the cuff. Be-
fore delivering the speech, Ike told
Jewish leaders: "I am not goinr te
use a script. I want to apeak
straight from the heart' ... la
spite of itl sincerity, the state-
ment backfired in Washington,
where more than 300 employees
have been dismissed by the Eisen-
hower Administration with no op-
portunity to face their accuser ...
Furthermore, Government Security
Officers admit privately that they
have no intention of changing their
procedure. They hope the public
will forget what the President
said. ... This is another example
of what propaganda chief C. D.
Jackson calls "bad orchestration."
He has been upset over the "dif-
ferent tunes" plsyed by Adminis-
tration spokesmen, who are sup-
posed to be members of the same
orchestra. ... For example. OOP
National Chairman Leonard Hall
said Communism would be an is-
sue in the 1954 elections; Presi-
dent Eisenhower said it shouldn't
be. ... Attorney General Brow-
ned declared that ex-President
Truman knowingly promoted a
Russian spy; Ike said it was "in-
conceivable" that Truman had
knowingly promoted a spy. ...
Mobilizer Arthur Flemming an-
nounced that the Soviet Union
could drop an H-bomb upon the
United States "without warning";
Secretary of Defense Wilson claim-
ed that Russia won't have a "de-
liverable" H-bomb for three years.
. .. Secretary of the Air Force
Talbott announced in Madrid that
the U.S. intended to send A-bombs
to Spain; both Secretary of State
Dulles and Secretary of Defense
Wilson denied* it. ... Wilson siso
indicated that the United States
planned to pull some of its troops
ojit of Europe; the President told
a press conference that the U.S.
has no such plan. .. These are a
few of the discordant notes that
have Jackson holding his ears snd
crying for more "harmonizing."
Aw! Egypt's
No Fun Anymore
law tightened.
Furthermore, there is a rift in-
side the Republican Party. At the
National Association of Manufac
eive you toe housewife's point of view.
We came down here 12 years ago and served our two year
term in the 12-famlly houses with 106 other families within a
ihree block area. Since then we have been trying to keep the -.----^
kids quiet and from fussing with the other people who share our tui
four-family house. When we heard there would be money to
build new houses, our hopes soared as we thought at last we
would be able to have at least a duplex to ourselves. Everyone
wants a little privacy for his own family.
But we have aged parents in the States, and we must save so
that we can visit them and take the kids up for a change of
climate. And we are buying a home in the States, a privilege wc
don't have here. Wellyou can say "catch the next boat "but
we don't want to. All we want is a decent place to live.
We cannot afford Cordzal and neither can most of the other
families like usas evidenced bv the fact that anyone, even a
man with three weeks service, can get one of the two story
houses at Corozal. These houses rent for $80 a month, have two
bathrooms upstairs and none down. The people who are taking
ihem have a choice of these or the twelve family houses. And
still, knowing this, the entire town of Diablo is to be built of
nouses like this.
When we pass Paraso and see those families enjoying du- a political issue. That s tne ena oi
plexes at $15 a month we began to get an idea. We don't begrudge ,part two. Part three end., election
the people of Paraso their homes. We're glad that they have night, 1954, artfwecoeu
ihem. But why can't a town be built of moderate priced duplexes
and single housesnothlnR elaborate like Corozal but houses
which would rent for $40 or $50 a month which the majority of
us could afford to pay?
'lere was considerable criticism
of "the New York liberals" mean-
ing Governor Dewey's group, some
of whom favor easing the Taft-
Hartley law.
So the men around Ike feel that
it would be committing political
mayhem to throw the GOP and
the White House into the midst of
a fight on one side of which are
leaders of 16,000,000 unionists and
on the other tens of thousands of
businessmen. It would also split
the party in an election ye r.
So the decision is to do nothing.
And labor will hit the picket line
to get what n can and make it all
, .-..l 1..... rrk.l'. Ik. nr\A nf
A Group of Housewives
Diablo, C. Z.
night, 1954, after we count
votes for a new Congress.
Susan Hayward
Rescues Boy,
Sprains Ankle
Walter WinchelJ In New York
The Street of Dreams creator of the "Dragnet" parodies, rhythm groups is in Dutch with the
Celeb-. About Town" Greta Gar- has a new one on Eartha (Crazy- Colored press. For hiring a white
bo i nth Saks Vth Avenue negll- Mixed up) Kitt's version of "C'est chauffeur ... A wild rumor had
gee dept. inspecting frilly things Si Bon" ... Lou Costello's weight Martha Raye a victim of leuke-
... Van Johnson, who wears red is down to 168 because of his ill- mia. The ailment is anemia .
sox with his dinner attire, too ... ness ... Fifteen of NBC's guide The second oldest midtown Bot-
Spencer Tracy winging back to staff were ushered into a sour tie Club folded after
Movietown after one of his two-
day visits ... Clarence Brown
(one of Hollywood's greatest di-
rectors), who made $16 million -~
(on the side) via realty .Janice ago) you'd now have $100,000 .. ing strike is feared after New
Rule, the leading lady of "picnic", Michael Grace, the shipping scion. Year's unless Mr Petnllo wins
who finds 8 performances a week takes over the entire 2nd floor of ... Alton Walker Reade (the U.S.
no picnic. By Saturday night fi- the Warwick Hotel tomorrow editor of The Oxford Dictionary)
nale time she actually goes limp night. Big shindig for the cast of and attractive widow Countess
... Perle Mesta (The Hostess John Murray Anderson" Almanac." Horzbyski were qu:etl>-united ..
With The Mostest) who picks up Over 500 invited ... Two Santas J Cameron Swayze s diet-counsel:
another 2 million in bonds staged a larger Dunder & Bhtzeo "Watch your food. Don t eat it.
Dick Haymes, who has signed with on 34th Street. Over whose chiro- Just watch it
Doubleday to write a book about ney would hog the 7th Ave. cor-
his adventures ... Tommy Dorsey ner ... Movie director Alf Hitch- --------
(now at the Statler) who is seeking cock will film a take off on
a new thrush with vocaUure ... Time-Life Luce. With very little Broadway Biography (by Tom
George Raft and Frank Keegan disguise. Weatherly). The Apprentice: She
digging Nat (King) Cole's min- ------- comes from some tiny town in the
streloquence at La Vie En Rose Night Court Novelet: His Honor midwest. She s piquant rather
Celeste Holm (the Little Bo-Pip), apparcnUy wasn't feeling well than pretty. But her figure s good
Broadway's blondest blonde. when the cops brought in a group and her eyes make cornflowers
_____ of sidewalk salesmen ... He gave seem pale .. Been in N.Y. since
Sallies In Our Alley: Some of the each the maximum fine ... The Sept 1st Haunting the thea-
Underworld elite were discussing very last peddler had his wares tncsl offices in vain .. Her
money and how a famed gang- with him a striking piece of experience consists of starring in
chieftain summed it up in one line: merchandise: a doll that danced high school play: ... And two
"Making money is easy. The hard at the end of a cane .. Tito Judge walk ons and 8 weeks of scene
part is hiding if ... Songstress looked at the man sternl" and painting in Summer stock Now
Elise Rhodes got a howl last night asked: "Guilty or not guilty?'' ... the little sheaf of traveler s checks
- -- -- **-- .... L------. fJ^ tka chabu ifrnm hake- fathatM 1,83 dWindlG
cairo. Egypt, Dec. li (UP)-
Egyptian President Mohammed
Nagulb today slapped a ban On
morning before its delivery, but un-, flirting on Egypt's' streets ani
fortunately, Hagerty didn t sense warnc(i that men who flirt will
be Jailed, whether the woman
concerned complains or not.
"Some Ill-bred men have de-
veloped toe habit of enjoying
themselves by flirting with wom-
en In public,6 Naguib said. "Tli'.a
Is a symptom of moral disinte-
He decreed that a masher
caught for the first time will b-
jailed for seven days. A second
offense within a year, Nagulb
said, will be punished by six
the implications of the sentence
reflecting on Truman's loyalty. As
a result, the speech backfired, and
Brownell was forced to call on G-
Man J. Edgar Hoover to bail him
out ... Actually, the White House
didn't want to rile Truman nor in-
volve the FBI In polities. The
whole idea had been concocted as
a master strategy to neutra ze the
irresponsible Senator from Wiscon-
sin ... After Senator McCarthy's
radio blast accusing .the Eisen-
hower Administration of 'perfumed
notes" diplomacy, Secretary of months' Imprisonment.
Would you please publish my sentiments regarding the Canal
Zone Credit Union? Thank you.
In coming across toe 1950 annual report of toe O Z. Credit
Union I noticed that at that date the credit union had $600,000.00
Invested in bonds and I wonder how much it will be at the end
of 1863.
wondering when Julius La Rosa "Guilty, yer honor," said the shaky (from her father)
was going to make his comeback, voice ... Let me see what you down to one .. Lasweekend her
_____ are selling how much is it?" program went something like tnls.
Midtown Short Short: Eileen said the Magistrate "One do; Friday night she had an egg^sand-
"111 take one," wich and a malted at the corner
peelirg a Single drug store ... Saturday morning
URUPAN. Mexico, Dec. 11
(UP) Movie actress Suann
Hayword sprained her ankle
** ^U^lf ndton Heckert and Arthur"O'ConneTl are lar, judge"
icscv.; o a i-year-oia inaian i .. .,. ,iH th. c.
iceci-.: in a i-,i-u.u iu.0, ^ exDert. cast i "Pic- said the Court, peeirg a Single drug store ... uaiuraay morning
boy rolling off a lava ledge of ^..^VriiTT WiMtog Play off his bankroll "$10 Fine. Next she* stayed in her "ceil" writing
the Parlcutui volcano. mc- e mak'ezelov. "oS other case!" letters. (That saved buying break-
The boy and scores of natives ^ cMi to curtain Sirnolv ____- ft> Malted milk and a tuna
hnJ crowded around the ca- 2.m.fSrS.0-f "1! 2~ SlrVPi fish sandwich for lunch ... A ham-
meras for the filming of "Gar-
maaaad about each other
wind up getting married-.:..0ff- Broadway .Conet: Dios. Cos- burger> coffee for dinner
rurplus now they really do not know what to do with it. The, .vas about to fall another 151
aim of the credit union Is to help its members over rough spots feet when the red-haired ac Ver The II Men' The f
and the spots do not come much rougher than toe present tax jumped down and caught ditty to "Gpo'dnight Irene
layout. him. Cli: -\ ;c Up Irene
. w o ... ... The boy *fls not hurt bul Mto Thorn, .i waxed it for
A Member In Good Standing 'Hay*ard required first aid. Records ... Stan Freberg
Why not give to the members some form of bonusln addl-lder. of Evil- here and he was !," th/v"don't JI to the usual dividends so as to help us pay our high taxes? accidental.-/ knocked down. He |ic| otter '^outh Pacffi?5) has^hother na- laundering ... Sunday she splurged
Lets get behind such a move, as toe credit union has so much ;.:e' five leet to the ledge and _____ Uve role in Rita Hayworth'a "Miss on Juice, eggs, toast and java.
tr. Head Thompson" ... Tommy Lyman, Then church. A walk }n8 "h-
f ,,.o the torchsong pioneer, Is at Casa and bed ..If nothing
* to ti- Mia (1111 2nd Ave.) ... Lopez, happens tomorrow (and t prob-
' Hr.ik who was boss of the velvet rope at abfy wont) she'll be leaving Our
Capitol the Copa, is maitre d' at Leone's, Town for heme next week...
rg, the Miami ... One'of the top Negro Seems sorts sad, doesn t it?
Here's the wonderfilm
that seta a new standard
for sheer entertainment
and enjoyment I
( In isliaii AnderseS
"TULSA" n Technicolor!

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