The Panama American

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Material Information

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00592

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(UP)-Gen. James A. Van Fleet,
former United Nations com-
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support of Sen. Joseph ILR. Mc-
Ca r t h y today because of the
Republican's nsulting" attack
on President Elaenhower.
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mander who had Joined efforts
to get the Senate to call off ier
censure of McCarthy said "I
cannot stand for" McCarthy's
attack on "our great President."
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gram to McCarthy yesterday
saying "this last attack on our
great President causes me tQ
withdraw all support," of th4.
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m6 according, to the terms of the :w te S t
signed were 40pletely dispelled tdey by well int
Sources.
The sources told The Panamd Americn, "aI
absolutely 1o foundation for the report."
It was Indicated that the new
treaty would touch on several.
ciainges in the present setup
previously:established "eOtj
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hours after it ipdcted depoed
Circuit soliclt r Arch B. Ferrell
and forme-Cmhief Deputy SheriffI
Albert Fuiler for the murder of
Atty. ..oen.-nominee Albert L.
- Patterson, whose death touched
off the anti.vice drive. ,A %t
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indiekd t Patterson's death.
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withdraw all support "
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man that he had sugparte i Mc-
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against 'Coi Ii He'i a-
gainOt. .o Van Fleet
said that it was "on that basis
alone that I gave support" but
"I cannot stand for his attack
on the President."


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of France buckled bridges and lie Wvaesle have produced.. h
buried farmlands. same "a tdri y." high num.,
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Dr. Blake Warns Against Coi
By Dr. Eugene Carson lake |of the nation would be pleased.
President, National- CouneIl of Actually, however, thoughtful
Churches religious, leaders are expressing
Written for NBA Service almost as much concern as de-
light.
BOSTON (NEA) A wide- There are two basic facts that
spread Increase of elgJous In- could very well keep religious
terest Is an'unchalIenged fact of leaders awake at night.
our times..This ewnljace of re- L Even thoRgh religion is con-
lglon in American liel has been sidered by moat to be a t savin
evidenced in lumber of ways. and beneficial force sIn.siety, it
The President of the United also might beeeme a dangerous
States composed a prayer of his and fanatical free. The sorry
own as ah addition to the for- history of religious sectarlaalsm
mal prayers by rabbi, priest, and and persecutions warns all re-
.nislter at his Inugural. Cab- sponsible religious leaders a-


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ptayer. The president of Harvrd
U[ive ty Is a practicing church.
man and s accepted a .majo
rqsponsbUltyas .a member 'of
the central committee of the
World Council of Churches.'
STwice within a single month I
fait summer, the all-time record
of attendance at Chicago's mam-
hmoth Soldier Field was broken-
each time Jy overflow crowds
attending W.religious event,aone
ProttstaRt-)rgdox, the other.
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surge of interest i religion Is suded here by Dr. Eugene tion
Carson Blake. WA1 elected Pr 1# the National Couc- transit
el of Churches, Mia an article writf exclusively for NEA
Service a8d The Panama Aipert .- He -warns that religion Bali
should not be cenbrted to poUtuil ap social ends and that viruses
the newly converted should bid 4eira sal with study of ning
church historY. Dr. Blake wrote thi article before departing cines:
by airplane oR a trip to Hawal4An and Korea to visit the "a
troops at Christmas. ated
bodies
against the danger of undisd- to new moral and spiritual in- try nf
plined religious enthusiasm. Our4alghts. weak
lorefailers were muenbh more to
conscloi ts n most oP us of the what positive things can be would
great difficulty of .flding the done to help- this. new religious -10ow
will of Iod in complex social Interest in our nation strength-
and political questions. en the Kingdom of God? A|
While alm ost all ni religious s reious leaders ough. t wn
leaders, for example, have wel- b to .i. this new potential
cored 'the new spiritual and oor ledershi p in every way. pos- 0
orne t he n e al I le. We church men and worn-
moral note In the Intera tin shouldmake sura that rli-.
policy of the nted States, they s thusas is not brushed lc |
are more feulthan Mst P fg of little or nno -m- h.i
liticians of the danger of con-p ortano.
fusing or ideatying. -American p "rtd .WA
political inteveras with Chris- a osh havew.^ d Re
2 Iaiy. r .._ round ,a new religious Interest warned
much. Cucnd organizations of Uigz-m
gious Interest may,.attmpt to t che s. Enthusiasm tic-Co
turn that new .rellgi t.f..-even for vter-an church Mem-
le-that is, tty to mefld bers- n never take the p lace Bn,
their own purposes rather than of knowledge. chairs
to serve ONi and min -his "ur- on-
Pman. t.A re study of the Bibie In
t"o h no is alia Wnt e An apprcsa-
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or h.o.mwpe the churches". The
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treaty which i expected to be
to find out ratified n Panma in.the very
Ad spacngs near futirf. .
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Hi Indic-. "Thele rumors," the sources
.th atd;d"are completely false."
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8alk,-who Is a member of
faculty of the University of
urgh, was speaking to sci-
c doubters who feel that
a "live" virus vaccine ean
bly confer an immunity
even approaches that con-
I by having the disease.
s view can be only "an
he said. since no strain of
has been produced which
simulate anti-body produc-
and at the same time not
Wit the disease.
k's vaccine used "killed"
is. He saw no point in run-
the risks of, live virus vac.
In a disease like polio, when
killed vkuae also htimul-
the production o anti-
i. His opponents now are
R to develop si tAIs of very
viruses which could be used
stimulate antibodies, yt
I ,be trustworthy a being
eak to produce the disease.

P Solons Warned

lIm Pickings

lextl (igress
SHINOTON, Dec. -11 (UP)
publican s en a tors were
ad today that pickings will
n for choice committee as-
ents In the next Democra-
mtrolled Congress.
. John W. Bricker (R-0.),
man of the GOP committee
mmittees, lasued the warn-
a letter notifying Repub-
sentors -to .submit their
or committee seats by Dec.

notice asked each senator
t his first two preferences.
freshman senator was ask-
st three choices because
wiR be a "greater -
n eatisfyting wishes 0 w
eu- noted that the. 00O
wtt' to a minority status
Mais month a s result
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graduation ceremony at the post theater f
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Western Hemisphere, nations represented In ,he 4151-BM
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and although two ar executed to This s' almst completely a Brit-
depart shortly, at least ve pew ish comedy of pianers-tn milieu
Items, all by recogniezd artlaAns and conce tion; pleasant kind
of high stature, are expected to of thing Coward daes so well,
pfn w/within the next few w#ks. which entertain so much and o.-
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to talk of these forthbomnl A more serious American play
ductions- several of which i lve Is "Wedding Sreakfast," a 'our
alteidy seen in obt-o-town an character tale of two sisters and
of the pliAs so far presented. for, twv young men. One sister Is a
at best the current season so -ar good hearted unpretentious sales-
Is a a distinguished one al- girl, looking forward to a respect-
though, it mu .the regarded,* a able, if unexcling marriage. The
measure above mediocrity. other lister is an Intellectual snob
Probably-th-.maet..ps veeaMtive who almost lose- her man be-
and serious play is Graham Gree- cause she tries to re-make him
one's "The IAving Room, the som- into her idea of the glamorous,
bre-story of a young Catholic girl cultured hero.
whose lover is a married man, and
a psychiatrist to boot. The on-- This is a good play, probing
eict here is between the : Ore with Insight deep into the charac-
of rUglon and the de ds of ters, making them understandable
passion. I Ad hewihg thew. complexities e-
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the struggle is basically I seit' are e=sasflly commonplace. The-
the man of science and the qual- dore-Reevers, the author, has here.
ly intelligent but paralyzed prieat 'ith .made an auspicious and sen
who fights to reclaim the girl. Al- sitive entry into the ranks of A-
so involved is the power of social merican pla iht, and Virg-
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itrsible ex- hold their, regular 'monthly meet-
f#rslot er wdow; hfi ,,a I ing tomorrow Dec. at 7.00 p. a. '
.,,flo. r d i At the Gatun Service Cnter.
rpor4drs copal s itf4p All resident aof Gatun nare 14v
l6nvaed Iln- 1P ed to attend.
I h lined collapsible -
r chrolnders; blond Moak t l Esther Cflgle Meess Tuesdla
S king chair; corn- WS. Mrs. Clyde S. LaClairS and
S ,ernity wardrobe R. T. Baltoer will
Su sitzes 10-11-d12; ROBERT C. MILLER members of the Esther
S eln dresses, pad'. the Balboa Union Church at
s.6364; 214-B, HONOLULU -(UP)- Honolulu's home of Mrs. EClir, 5782 Slbef of
e orchid-growing cab driver, Tomi Street, Diablo, o- Tuesday
Tom lyau, get more tisn the usual Mrs Paul tion will give t
Se o dere 'e itwo O-al. 10 l per cent tip. rom twu of his devotions and Me. Maxwell .'. 'T.outa.b
S -wor a f an Aone e fds;Shelve- atisfied faves An elderly Pans- Smith wi have chargers of 'te mopp
Wan r efioiJrft25-eve de, Ca li conl. t hle. e rewarded bis Christmas program after whih an e,- ;
St esy wion 4x8 table attd fre m Interna members T. J.exehan elflge,
/4 Yho fers $; ONbr le $25f round-trip to S. L ouis, Mo .h g glt
Paint tars _.ete pa ... aupp~leats G roup pw 'a dot

Drseant: For I h- s. whn ` T chab ur h :L. tb ked that Mr eetnard B k a
j *rod trion Ara d....' rel vsirname bei waii, and they The Current vent Group of, tU -- ds
pe LE--"OaiP"save your presented the S-yar-old cabbie Cdal Zone Collefe Cub t h
artO Li a nd spailt;on! Linnel iad. e r twice t so I e ne 0 at
aai.IA aer otteand' ernl foce nt si- ad. eatTen#A will
t: dn 'i rt .tii i" in St. Louist. 5bD7 nCzasd M-acm.s i
aps who asked that Mrs. Letnard iirodiant
ass tdld tm-n av ., l i r Sit~ names. we Vbheld, explained arrtiled the t.nlq. f,
&(,.ole.l Call Balbao 3121 ofter ^Pt Tomniyemt ]td, with his kind- meeting. te l E-
S .m. Cal. o ad courteia, made their trip e <
the island an unforaeetable Cat m C ues CamT M Toparl
SMA AAf NV ent. They said, w. The Atlntic ameClub
,'.,A HEAt.Ff SAl w, their 'wiy-.. saying "thank seet tomorrow night a:t 70.'1L
npninsWIle. will you." -'Due to an anteronbage of the
i' ,,111 : 3 n.m.. I-cem- '[ just treated them like all myl t black and w tq d
Sa of Supr- o a Tli said. "They Sloe, -the olor division. wi t .
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S.roYi '1a for *e sOs id eo,,le." chatge of the roramw
tre t I ron 'Al th ough the Mtp to St. Louis Is be club competitoi oha "
F.)alcadneanit 5-can F. "I. Utbiggest-ip Toul has ever re- abjct. SaC, member Is at S
ru"se." *#qIabhoa--2-2;81 eeived, it'u W bs.irit extra divi- ed to- bring 5aes. dve ale
-,N 1 -o. 2-may be obtained deed. During Uts. nine vears Tomt Mr. Harry Boland dt the is ept i t
S'v- so1urre or fomn the has beea in Hnnolulu. he camera Club .will give a talk er, that
So c fiea-1-CfSo rn homelu. he C
iS 4 .rintal,,'l-n'.n of $tore- has reeelve4 of preents aieble light for the third l e dee
h,, 2s-1'." ~Hifrom hwll n return home slaluction on Color es,_
lm 02 ,,, .tivltr i tl t for making,, .phy.


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The secret P0I'fTons success ft There will be meeting-at Pi ltls
the' taxi huatneks rest& on the' fa-t add Crafts Groupw the i Fit .08*1
.th lt he like peple. tita Wman' Club m iort#Od bl.
rCAGO -.41P-- The m,,-n started-out" he explained, "an 9;9 a.m.. at the home of Ms move1 4
Aet ru enman Is ikel carpenter, bqt'I felt there must flaea naarinan, House 1, 4 Y pairW
-ai/'_,".- $ b a e a lk-'m be a little m o .13 ule thin .JuM ,ango.qt. Balboa. poet
ed--%&! B *s'!YI*OI ar "'i driving nais., m amf _mze_ t

., Vilas midtep.rs tenttvni aitfrom that, (UP-Rnr Adm. Donald MailftUlf

'wafers aImestahm#lwnld show hbe ru6 ci1bR 7-U to bIcth =andfiel
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AtoUolPE (ON PIANO SERVICIlfby Gramlich's niatlr oh- o M'
AtiOGroliP' otG Technioin. Tuninf tags. Modern conveyin. md-R
t 5ALE:-PDuegowtrpa 1951 ond general- repairs 'o lyci crate rqtes. Phone S t,6-441 'FkiOtJM4 1 -
Mercury In ierfect.condien, 48th FFr appointments phone ",ophRtt, POSTER'S TAEa S in pos9 .r,t l injt cr .Wta 4
Street No. 27. selao Vit. a lb6o 2-4160. Santo Orof&t ml Phone ner Menunl .Stet tmro Place.,
VCR 'SALEI-l 950 O Qlds6tm Service Center beauty Sh BI* olbo %2-. Ancon. ,
de-luxe. Cell Quarry He 4 1642, Mrs. lther Les- WILLIAMS Sn~oO Clara each W-*FO3. pSALE l n
FOR SALE:-1940o he i4%.i, ner. l U.L pedeineel W Iasod tga ,,rocka twos rit $5,cot
sedan, new two-tone Poit- o n t Schat Sir$. "
terior, duty poid." P1o Cirundu Il R SAL: ,. a i A e ar
6108. -. three Rft. bamboo 2 r
FOR SALE -- 1 9 50 uic is, 4 Mi g fri '. .-t b
000 mile,, one owner S, 5ALEAIeI-.aRE T.n
phone Balboa 4488. FO SALE:-American EncyclopeditOIR after .11.t .~brdf 2.. .an
FOR SALE:-1940. Chvrdlet n volumes,. 150 with ook FOR t:-Po. l A
',o Leaving Isthmus. 5191 Kobbe.H ,HolI"w 'ieeu
c" its, nw battery,. 0t4 t1 rhochine, kitchen t Ia f(s bed,
.Priqed t ile nS ALE-Bell & Howell 16 FOR ENo A -rnished o-bedPn upardi,
PrjIqd tb 001, Leevi t E.-:n. e- d pbord 'l, 0 98 Mar-
Qud~tq 4k CoVoJ-l4 o a ols, late mcll -- suplr. chale resIdential .. Cpll .. .
8- at hbrne t" dsa lenses. Caoil fnIi BolbS 444. JA&
FOR SALE: '1942 Dtodg 4-door, pm 3-1594; dORREr4p. U1 HD rU. t. t er
toey t.rtln FOR' RE Tr UNWuMpIISHED 'cu. ft'. wlt' r ..353-B, I
du paid, very goodrisporttn FOR SALE: Boer puppy. ftorIY COMPLtTELY FRI, imot Dio.
125. Cri stabol %42 .' A,K.C. registered. Phone 6- s ,l exclsivo resldertiaol11 : IOUR
FOR SALE:-52 evlt ow-dor 106-8, Jadwin Ave., Gambie, BEDROOM mansion, 4it-ble for FOR SA
de-luxe, excellent condition, Call FOR SALE:--Complete movie equip, two couples, bmw iireiWlti n g Phon. tta
2-425m, nr 8m and y-'11 -diplomat with dciscrila rsg t ai.. fOR SA LX ric;
2-4259, An Forbetter Infan For more det see Mr;For moredeta Mr Fabrogah reiC4.
porttioi. Sell t l bidder. .. .4.0 Qn n.. or. back or MercadoO Vpocai iq 29 tw y;
..l l ir, Este No. 18, bleteen 10 M.m.lnd -, a mue Slit, ESantrio 12, betw'eea I-. 'B
Sli:SALE:- CoCk lr Spaniel P. by phone. FOr W..AL" s mtf" n_ fe

.iediles, $1785i t Phone elN I FOR oSALE- '060-ccle- -re 72

FOI SALE:---'utiu 194 Chevo- oniJ no laerd tpigme s -Ts, WtiOe r See ny-
A' eutifl colors. Ferrdb EhS hit, cowd waer. 5- FORSALE -c,-i ulle-e ld t
ay-o.. .' e6. dr-eph"osneaanakm3-- 494'. camero.r Phohet Balbo 244.ab"a- watedb n Id .e

.'f raIpsry Fixturet, Fbur rooms, kitchen, bath, porch,
CW|-..coni." n.o. Curtain ~lareg. terrace, roant' ouartert, tr, uvers, electric irone, mcel-, j-b

FOR SALE:-BSuStat Tiai r- yhSA.l "de" Stets.0 A ION-11. lFmodern O9l 5.2.j
t-- frueeci .OR RENT:---Unfurnlod wmyder !" FOR SALE:- 21* "beulrdg.rtyr
ca'4. Phone 2-4219, HU2e, tress. batty chait, form trizer bedroom ipatmnrm Hotel El 50 1948 Aible

er,. e H? n fgine recently ov. t I,'2-420". :. FOR RENT:- 2-bedroom apartment, Q .,

FOR3- FOR RENT:--- Nl aely"' murnhr Ise1-bed- FOR' SALE: ,t4O1 wAlf'r
e''10. L n1 oh -" o room aoprtment. Automobile Row, furni d ti
MFteSAL-EIB .lV. over Panama Auto Agen5cy. Rent: Cl9r?
F,' Call Balboa 2870.. .i3,
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06.o Phoe-55$0,94 Wno' 991hone gonyortible
:or-sond-carseat.kne 3-206ho.e .
F L "ALE sk. .604-A hop- f
ItSnow! m 0o) Sig- FOR RENT: Small apartment, fur- '
r n 1n Artile nit ext self- nished $60' unfurnished $35. Par- tfn gbhs
h $a-tn ue Lgfehre, 7.2nd Street No. 42. Pho n es ,fe '"i s
awax 4.Man' Ligt elma ht.l Mln I : p
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or. $ ga wt, mus, Club. ..ROO1pns.
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SMIUEi ROSA-BEBRIOS By HARRY GRAYON a football season as possible to
....u wuei off the hook of com-i
NESW YORK, Dec.,11 (NEA)- iete over-emphasis.
S.,. That wan sqme job Nutre. Dae' .Terry d ve.:eM what they weat-,
youn anturnd In this year. ed. Quespoken, he moved his
!.We, i trfbt e flfS squeun uhlrr)esfl-vssc
..W ;W' S rbc c* 26-year-old Terry Brennan almost unobtrusivey.
compiled an his first season as aI 80 MUCH SO, IN ACT, that
Is Ta n B UCI A co~lle head coach. Out at Sout' the feeling here was that Notre
IS k n By UCLA Bend, they would have been just Dame w sipping pack into he
as satisfied today (well, almost ack and becoming just another
NEW Y tL NEA) -Coach if Terry had droppd two or tre oilegep laying f9 tbal Gone was
Rdd .i otified t h a t more along the :way. the "firit, lass nd always" feel-.
UCLA d been voted the first What made Brennan stadn o out ig you got when Notre Dame
Grantlahd Rice Award. was the complete abse od of the stepped v nto the field.
controversy, finger pointipg and 'Inis is exactly what the school
The trophy is emblematic of the breast beatina-o~- both 'sides wanted. And Brennan gave it to
national collegiate football cham- which marked ept.Notre Dme '.em.
plonsbip, and thae Uclans were seasons. t Terry gave em 'what they want

I its football in past years-too much so are the nlmra which have start-
The trophy will not be ready of It the negative type beca es ofEd making tne rounds as fotbal
until mid-February. such as' the fake forW epidemic. packs it in 1o t s10ner year.
W 0hen Notre Dame hired young You hear tnat tae Iisn, with
It is sponsore44by Look maga- Terry to run its football, the oshol Brennan making( himself niaed and
ine, Athletic Director Ed 'M o 0 a 'I Athletic Iuroeour o e a nroo a e"
Krause doing the fine jon ot winch
he is capabLe, t'ave more than a
goon chance or getting the seheoul.
e es they want im zture years-garm-
Trinidad Barbados as that, unti now, were aenied
Michigan, for one. The Wolver-
Ines acI conLmue uAotre Dame a
TS while bacx. als: now al tat the
Ann Aroor people are interested
gWIj*N bin meeting tae lrisn agam. Ar-
1* ounrl tne East, they'll ten you that
Yale couple De wooed onto a suture
Notre Dame schedule.
AT IiE BOUTI'IHEN CALIFOR-
NIA game, i mob of visiting coac.-
es was treated royally by t b e
SIrish. This was what the Rev.
S Theodore Hessbury, the schools'
37-year-old president, undoubtedly
had s mma when ne named Iren.
r nan to succeed Frank Leahy.
o The Navy game serves as a
prime example of what Brennan
a ,accomplishes this season. On the
slime-covered Municipal Stadium
AND PANAMA turf in Baltimore, his green-shirt-
SA ed team beat Navy, (-0, in as
fine a win as they pulled down all
rAWL#ARNl202 ARNW4E year.
0MAAnd off the field, not a word was
said that Notre Dame had to stay'
in Washington before and after
the game because one of their
Negro players couldn't be quarter-
ed in Baltimore hotels. So with l
fanfare, the Irish put up in the
Capitol, a half hour train ride
"Mm W"w ns. away.
i* awNothing was said about it; in
AY l I AY "fact, we remember reading noth.
JESDAd DAY0. ing f the incident
ONLY 014 STOP HI MA That's what Notre Dame was
"n Plookfig for. The Iowa game ,was
S frm Panama .... 0 p.m. the same. List year, the Irish
tUre from Caracas .....9:00 a.m. eamen away with a tie,and a kingB
S sited headache over the- furore
their faked injuries caused. This
0ameya. Poll"ear the game eame on smooth-
V w-i' A r3, Ey; only war& Wi t ,re
Lrw Brelows teo. shoved
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mer Tan was seized with a violent attiak of colic. Th e sar'I
leading juvenile money.winner is recuperating at Hialeahlarkf
and getting. the. c ll treatment. This includes tempertur
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and 1n teroennll
NEW YORK, Dec. 12 (-NBA) with
-Glittiring rputattla don't al. e o n
ways make for all-star ueeetions rumn -
in professional football where a Hut
man i paid according to his abi. w a dha
lity to perform, and an All-Amer- he was sept
cla bows to an alumnus from der In mid:ua=ua,
Magnolia A. & M. if the latter fled to Matsw
blocks and taces more sharply. e's the one-~ar
The 1954 NEA AN a tiona with better U
Football League offensive and de- teem man,
fensive alignments cho se n by clutth season.
balleteers from al cities in the t wasn't even
circuit, built a credible case for Of all saeleietla,
this exposition by hauling a half- the only unian iUs
dozen comparativq unknowns out all finished.
of limbo and installing them on .
the pedestal they deserve. The defense i teav ^(
No longer is there the predllec- .-Lean
tion for the big linebacker or end E-Nerm
who strove mightily when he was T--Lee
young and hungry but grew com. T-John
placently half a step slower while M a.-De
his running mate covered his mis- LB-Way w
cues. On this team, the running Lb-B-gL r
mate gets the nod. -T
So you'll find names like Rob- UH-Dick
insop, St. Clair, Boyd, Zatkoff, S-.lBoby P
Kissell and Hl on the Ult-men S-Jaek. Chrlit au
who've produced. Ford may be.
feasive end a the
The offensive team: ball, and ertainly- a
E-Bob Boyd, Rtme I er rushed a"
E-Harlen Hi, Bear abandon of
T--Bb a L. ir ere To insiders, t.U
T'Loa.4 OGre y Bi as football isN
C-~MBI Wal~sht, eler as some of l a
QC-..Bobby Laybe, tLons but 100 per eiht
C-Bll Walsh, teelers' that he no longer ha
QB-Booby Lane, LISons ways, Nomeadi st
HB-OUle Matson, Cards power to pling up
Jal-Doak Walker, Lions his gr Lih paws
TB-Joe Perry, 49ers L es BLnman of
a 140pou o
Boyd, former sprint champ, over Dodri ut t
is probably the fastest end in pro deman has the mo y
football history and, even in the back and knock do
company of such at Elroy Hirsch cover the flanksn-a
and Tom Fears; was the Rams' quickness of: a. B 1l
greatest offensive threat. Hill is charge. His, te
the NFL's rookie of the year mands ree
whose Bear coaches call him the I Robinson.
greatest since Don Huteon. unsung
As lon as m D5i' Francisco burie
backfieldws .Inet, the 49er run- panlo
ning game waa rated the best op
tall has ever witnessed ad
breaking its way was unheralded Thlzj
tackle Bob St. Clair, a 64, 25.
pound giant. His runnn mate m r
Groza, edged Lou Crtkmur of thebe
the game winning place-kicking foot. lowly
Top guards were a searce corn. success cobts aeLstw
medity this year, when running es.
games sputtered. Stanfel is recog- What better to
nited by his own matts as their than a couple
finest offensive pler. Gibron men, Dillo.a d
has no per at ", ass protection Great recovery Gpeed
for Otto Gihas. on top of the play au
The shade between offen ive DUon Is a marvel op
centers like walshl. id Bill John- fenge despite the hdi
son of the 49ers' is inflnitesmal, glass eye
but Walsh stayed healthier this supersedeA e anl
season. Likewise it was touxh to nell as the b 1t, -
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E-BMU yWme 41ers T--Dave
T-Lou Creekmar Liens T--R ayE
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QB-Otto Gr*lam, Browns HB-Tom KeIt
HB-Rugh IcElhenny, 4ers. S-Jerry Neti,
HB-John H. JeMhson, 49ers S-Emlen Tn*,
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On State Qpt. Fo ig -Uty
y~IENNETH 0. GILMORE ttendd a square dance w it h About thi tie, e toarryth
.PIA UtaHf Cert pondent the",' nMikol", -s an a ek,~ watr
GTON .-(NEA)--On a sinhes4 of the D LeBret
b her day-i Em1940, r theEm- worse
bi Dul"' a~irnnjsin ablirickg Ik III..
m e Cea -l-dor ofK a therin.nb emorary wnoW a4 .ur
Amerlln .Caulates it Tl hw a, A( V. late to jump. TidA..1
Chia. Com iwere JMter some _g oninto the rrfe
_. o._._,UfC ... ,._. butrt on ,.e.. tu. ge....
movingI'm Oi lthis-"= city in s Il e-shitfth bW fell on asd ye4 d w iir
the- northw eatpartdy the countl 'e flwor. ,jlekf it could ro
r an ai te l refati ining be raging & swept These were thu i
try. and auth. QUTheminmgbew ereO __U
U.S. o i 0lul he knew it was time _________ body beard from to rem
to get, it, ... scorched body,wa Iost
64IJBd *titon waV 'India, his Z ~~tivqp kow that tbA8Wr,
objectiVe -to make- t there before KI Isiu whc 61uI e I.b
the ed aht upkih him. For beaches a
oio ma and th RVicious win- ads Tunisla, lou4p ara al *rV.
ter tbistr.ath .aIay in an'attempt to
oml' S. B t> on f border of .
aountas Cgo o oow f:
Tibet as .nar, an ac- ,
cidenal-bulet t trek.
The ,o' i Mac o
Mariarn-an fl:e- mbers'
se r) and Douglas Eall (Noirmfi Mo n '')r lost MhbItF- liveu..fagic and A PIsyw
lost t{hbi- livesmlr.. ic and AU
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glded to a InAhe marbled -
lobby 0 '-tle state Department
b Idn. 1iwh ofroll n o w A regPOm of thr9e one-a9t
.1th 7 j.o.. fi.. rst' is Wfip. 1_ad 1 be -p resented- o0
.lam ye, who. was lost at ag b the k anbd
sea 'rl on' t way to his bC f a
post in FraRnce. ,gh 8hl 1 will be
But what o- the Aewest names i at 8:00 .. Upprd
which stilout' ufrall gold ]et- Tichts may be,.ched
tor? PiKUP1 review..of what st the 4-,.
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3. Th~oderre Mainer pulled up Jenks, Jacik Hammond and
to the c urb In from of the Ame- Charles Cardkin.
kan Ccanculate in Btlrut Lebanon.u "sunday Cpt Five Poem l a
The 48-year-old CqnAu er oal-eolor ebmedy witten by
never had a chance, Secd aft Joephlna l.Ni 11. Actag In this
or the vehicle stopped, dla ,bullets lVare; e NiA m, Mar
exploded from the pun of a c oe stAi40,#11011o
ed murderer. P BANe Bth n"
M ortal~w Mar C.n e onrad le S "Why I Am S
a lgedlaelf. the sidoewlk achelorw' wI9 odd f to the
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-Aft-~abrie-f hiee, the-impli .- sU p5nJ-
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ane, ioLl. 1Megto arv i lb igh ha a Ichlro toa ;and rnalMa
sdexeceAt 1 rge ebersh students moru te1aIi tae -in a st at
fi ,Tokyo. In th. members about

ryCune(Ja Ea) aesapssa.5 em oh ep -rid xuncans -d Ci
eer los itehislb:e..Ahn in1n or
s h opylo n, b hot bia t led, W hima r ,,
0 to k it aner-whom he had OfIodr*I..forl :-4-l5 0e.J.
lever seen excet, down tbar- Presedeht, Gebrgia MO S .ee-M-M
..rs IaIfrmofvris-_he rotary, Helen Tilley; Threnpret, -neversseen.ms,---oneobr-m
S ih(Joan E-Vlan) makes ap alu- s sate l ioea ls ate, t .Ie.Jane JennisonI and' bIPOCHY
S lU a be. ed aof passh hlo lem te, another foreign serve io- tChairm. Richard Ca.rritn
s -car s happy m, lost his life. An intense sort f N T Rp oALn
'lThemplayconcerns ureappy, lltno plan to spend of man, Thomast. Wa5r let he lCcllME
en ora the mother of the -week eandrtogether. nofig m nhois wasain pl t -ea daw I.a.snMO T
which had 'been an active suf- II'lles hat her mother noadnthin ao-do. hisr way whe efe iupuitl o ullo '
fragettein heol youth with a ca-o au but condone her forts to n end o "t aa Lsn ul idui ho 31
conseuent beiefinm liberal ideas .coant.nptutu actionn water the Israeli War in 1940, he volunteer, a! "1r l *dVPRICES O FI- 0.330 5:05 7:00 9:08
of and freedom of the female sex. life tisheI then she was young, ed to act as a neutral ldtmedin- i .-4
I hthe r.$1oerh, ofc ourse, on.f o1i.
ihntomthis o familyicomesethatD she. must -act like a mother. -Tomr, fuosy realized the dan- Ct Of S 1e e0 r
inal tos Jayejw a former lover The queOn iS resolved.-- per- gers of this," e io I hIi I


In toh mthesro1 famil caohes hf-Ar4gis appy famly.n B l#da btrog i s a 4kIfe Hat y o anh d-
iwit rVillage days-- also Doug- haps .not to' everyone's liking, colleagues at D _vow Depart- TGUCIGALpA, .ndturu,
i Hall, a boy friend of daugh- but the .c laln falls on he ment, "but his determination no dec.. 11 (UP) A 9-mn. oun-
'ho ;er Ellen's. Dobalas must leave oncemorebappytfamily. Ibin gao a 4 On1of sta, representing Hon-
rq- mot imme ai ly for Europe 'Jerusalem came. -_st" .durma' three political poatles, to-
or- And Ellen that they es, Y _r.g Daughtn!l.* Aoud -noonond wii' w eand pedgedits
- ste a week enak tgeter before opens Tuesday and runs tiros"et wet.c foot for uthe ) support to Chief Of.Statle Julio
e al s. h eady 0nhls werak. a to ttand aJLoano Ortil and. C Isnrcovern-
[l atd othw-s which a'e.$l each, are on si, ;amtimii.of tetrce comadeifon. meant '
-.Then cones the conflict be- at-Da r's '.or may be reserved. j ;he crossed .an oien itieet -aeanient w
,e Ma er "tlvlm .Se_ 1able to cb ohA.Dec. asherde-
is eh mother an daughter aft- durt .K the baY cal lalet troma a w Ie,-by, no Ien he de-
,Mrs. Murray. arns through' 3,41, or -W fl ,even g by ca 9I brouht him 4ow. e a a clined o. e. ius-





sister-in-law, Connie 3710.shoint,
her sister-m-l Conie that BalWbh $ ft.nhe xt mend.xt day. epe la t Suondayt. 8 ie council
fol be 'ofthe -American l ac inO l w lon o y l eanlder itones-
~* *u t at j oned in. Gizay a q
iUcmderi z will a ..ys.
oteumber thenow Ilong ,(04*04=,v ede atol
,erthquakeswhich uprooQ .. b ijorl -- .leadlr 4l.ollo
city and tok *the lives. ,. r 'toie c C vew named presi-
i~i alured lmi U#Ply. d t ..o f t.he cunc iel wei werem
theanak sruk fgt ftram$ t 24 Liberals, AS Nation-fl
etr rig"liets-and 12 Nationa form-
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