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:
AA00010883:00594

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IIORUM.-- THE READERS OWN COLUMN talk of a merger of t FL F and
OCIO into a powerful atlbA of
15,000 000 members, there ire In-
E MAIL BOX 'a"l. signs that th 1-
notngoing out of business. Not
This year. Not next year. Perhaps
thro.ugh t .-- enot even in 1956. ,
There are well Informed .mem-
The Mml, n iso eqipan forum for maedei of The Panama Americe. bears of the CIO high command
Sar ree ived rtefullyve and are handled In wholly uandidentl al here w .are even predicting pr i-
vately that merger with the AFL
&k eahribmt a ntter don't he Impetlent if It doesn't apper the may never come.
7d, o Lne r ame published n,the order revived. All they will say public y is
fa try to keep the letters I mited to one pee length that "Merger is a good thin anda i A
k atit at letter writers Is held in strictest confidence. the CIO and the AFt are closer
T fm esppw nassnumes no responsibility for statements epiNemN than ever.' But behind the scen es
A imed In litters fr tm readers. there's a determination to bar.- .
gain with the AFL for certain guar dent
-XMASs A. A. STYLE tantees which the AFL'a national
AS A. L T leaders may. not want, flbr be 'e
4 a able, to deliver. I
ahe tried to focus them onthewind touOne thing is certain. This Is not
,Tche man hlrrel restlessly in his bed. e1owly,'-f. eyes open- O t s en This is no a
a he ried to dious them on the wip6y h rough which the last CIO convention b any
t.het annalC'i 'melodious tones of nearby% church .bells. means. Another certainty that
It was "Obrstlae m Irning.d ite the public signs of friend-
A year asp his fist impulse would have been to -crawl out despite the public sinse of friend-
ship between CIO's two most pow-
of bed and with bleary eyes and shaky hands search for the erful leaders, Walter Reuther and
bottle he had hidden the night before. *The hiding place would David McDonald, there is a plarp
haye been as vague as his recollection of what had happened' difference in their attitude to-
en Christmas eve.S wards merger with the AFL. '
Holidays were not his only stUm01k*0 block whq $t,eas I The open conflict between the :Just
to getting and remaining drunk. HeB--o ld find antEtseI .two tw is gone. McDonald has prl aedt
d on any and all of the seven days It a Week. His. Ife one of Reuther's reports as "bil- I ." po
h4 become unmanageable through abnormal pse and abuse liant and lucid." He. has ledgd'
of alcohol. He s one of the several million alcoholics in our support to Reuther in p private talks
atn are practically non-existant. His only opportunity to live in Washington and before large C oT
& u are practically non-elstanLt HIS only" opportunity to live groups here at the CIO's 16th f
at ill is to st4p drinking permanently.In this matter he had Constitutional Convention..
no choice, omlt a decision to make. But he Is determined to go into "
That deaelon was the most important one in his life be- the AFL as swiftly as possible o
cause a drtnk hates to admit defeat in the battle with the and without the pre-conditions, up- th
oil' which CIO president Reuthpr d. 7the
b*te. Like all alcoholics he tried his own methods of tapering o which CIO president Reuth-r t
off and sobering up. His methOds were as o:d as the history Soitin MaDond sa a
of alcohol and as pnauccessful as his predecessors. Something McDonald a n nolaed.
SIn the it.intervals between drinking bouts he was the convention stage the t day
nervous, Irrit e and a self-confessed mart r. Lies, deceit and' asbeen generally over k tdb .. It's
diahenesty were his stock in trade and self-pity his cloak ofcause it came late uIn t de ,
concealment. Lo of health was his rewardwith alienation of McDonald put t bu
fafmly, friends and job -to follow. ay:.. believe t" o tnat either .F ki ra
This particular. Christmas morning w different. thb CIO nor tie AFt ca lay down g ees o
Nel5 SSi ac tow i any pre-conditiO ns ft .ps a f k n o o, ,c. ad .. .. nrioe
He quickly becot.s accustomed to 4W a_ in u whih orgadE Sn i
toughthewindw. The h rh bells cn eved If we whii AJ .4a, B O RO R
InStead of hammering -a frightful lay down pr was e
nm' Sching skull. Thfle 'are no- hidden, efor a simulated I think that wculittestte .
treasure hunt or quick trip to a neighborhood bar. His hands that labor unity tnnot be re -
Ai steady as he shaves and his eyes are clear and wide achieved. ." --
make. Breakfast is an invitation instead of a horror. His This came after mpst CIO lead- It always has hkaya mystery, slonal record FTER Congress every now and then, without stee
loybd ones -and friends greet him without fear as they recall era had been hear fr over a to me at least, W one person had.adjourned. ing myself In the eerie rpetop s
'ippy a"d unselfish Christmas eve; his first sober one in week, directly and e ectly from should pay %eti and another What ais particularly amusing is of spm'e hillbilly congressman who .esut
nany years. Walter Reuther Uthat there were man sho p-ay neat as ip the ntha ta-s l-sesrtn was a is ta or i jteity .eatcutt.
Ask him and he will tell yQ that his dedisida to stop certain principles to which the case of the ranki privilege for blast A rs for It a hing worthy of note oes
Sligntlt havi been just th pnse if ht dWi not AFL must pledge itself o fore a 'd fe lireae.4There nations enj see a' rates. on d outside the headsof cur leaders Ie
ha for h sornderfid society of olies merger.a I uta t p r of heeur se but the roh H ad th that there is a tough, intelligent corps
t ou No crusaders these AA's. The elcdhaiW1 There was nW M.a I would ik, to lflet js t. ane ever mA04e a of newsmen, trained in their bus-.
t.,what Itis and they know how to combat it. me 'a. e parent conflict o -;_ i oa ngre flooding eo ife is ness, on han4 in Washlogton to
.M ier motive or axes 'to grind than to keep sober 'th Bi- but o sl M De tiin nq with their death i as old wjt's e It from g bberw to baag
ifM andi help other lcoholi cs. that his viewpoint willprevail. prose. qn d I If a maw makes a wo t wi he
SEarlier in the week,' ha told R. W admit, first, that officialgpv- sa w- speech in the atwed balls, te
Their annual Chr tmas party this er in the Canal Zone Thomas, ass ista nt the. CIO's rament business between m gne u sas ma n to the newservice ya ase t n
WIain feature an. inte e of a big banquet and executive vce-presat th d a ci i gers ando st columnists an
tree with ma2= lights in the, at & onlIy the A F and CO would merged ect topotae. a taa r s ll ll have
will be lit. linceuel ,, in six pionths. This c wus9a n a
made bhen Thoma
Sf-- ,to oust the dyna
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t Jim Carey. Toy e p
Ans *run against Carey: ,'MDonald juma t e s ble' a 4
| r quieted him and ot him to for- /"* to make -
get it "It will be ll over in Las t year; r s., swa 6 the Congaressn
Amouns1 c anyway.l oSam Heorty, who was t o thise.. "bor there i s a likelod
hisDOWNodriv for'bis-bid for the U,8. senate h10j me.i e theot t
A baseball 1RlevelOie unity Is matched bthe erity meo selectt seat over ,With' I hate seteby
of the other COe a wloo! *ai bs.wat 000"" ,3- t-pe.,hb
tderemuIs utok l-cry 0to see a mergeth labor ~t oO t 8 cdin
ta pillow 3Kept a ,launch new organ and polit a at -cost $110000, an estimated wa'outIs inythi. someb
cal drives. "-" andguch ty bs t 4ho t w h at Ho b es C grh. h.anv etered: it. lAnd topu -
S de dm's Bud asthe ba and much "liea t 0cidea dhe h lper
SIs C ButonI saios theIr, I figur e, ty t re lthur ten' year .t e e d toantfr political
S f bidm eb Rabbitvoea silnnwere.-s b se d g rtoil. Later; lie sent aouit anothli dwo daughter) I rel poses 4s t, in a way, as
Lrans0dde"We're "4,0O eples of-a ethrepage in- timb to tl*oVugh the-all
114 Difficult '7Mouseg Ueus ... during the convention' sdis sert ce got stck int and ja .Wnagazines' uda ,' .t- e
5 Equality re .agun. .of the unity resolution.DurInSome
Greek The? bees 26 me this discussion, rT Carey de' e reveal
lpbilou er upp U the bead 27 @AFL raids on lo0 unions. Henr mendsv
lOi", -" era1 d e b "-an said A that merger with the AFLts E"is (t l. .'..t m-"ds
1tpin t o 1 i SID_ must be accomplished wih "Our ized p
4 At ee objectives In
S '1IA l h "" *IHowever, what looms largest as
es a ia 24Dm Trap47Aia obstacles and "roadblocks" on .
34Drags3A 46Yiley the road to labor peace are the
tasit 50Th (prThi constant refer nes to racketeer- WASHINGTON -(NEA)- One the South# drs 7 But lie made
l'ag in the A Stharp attacks of the biggest problems of tlhe was Ier. U. S. Mu a Spa c 'ateme t to the efet
ua r. have been made on the convention Eisenhower administration in-the The meticin deleg .had no that. Seteary tHumphrey -had
flooro. Reuther spent part of hbi coming year will be to get it re thaa arrived -n d eome to ti "wit. an empty brief-.
*a ,. keynote speech hitting obliquely fore gn economic police e qpke4 the couferenct case." -
",at u bloc of .AL unions which straightened out. :: halOned The to make other
bgli rverhave considerable influence inside The lack of coordination ,as 'One-.-For elga Operati "d- at the poicy of
eb the AFL. SO much influence, In these matters was most rece Istrator Harold E. Stas
UJ S fact, that such AFL national of- demonstrated at the Inter-Amrs news codneuce I Wo h a
it"ficials as Geore Meany and see- can Conference of Finance and which h*e aveA W of the a tva
a pt ,- rotary Bill Schritsler are power- Eccnomic Ministers in Rio de Jan- ministration .a- a. propose r..aId pon
.p' ss to ect mrs or e ea elro, Brazil. new and- .dla d gram for- A ml A erica as. a sub-
out the mobs or even kee f a The U. 8. delegation to this gram, ntalirv t' tI stitute.
union here and there from to mg imptant meeting went to of the Ma'rhali Plan Z .Thre*.T .. idea was .turher
in contingents of Commungistsk wit a very definite, car A This' nmn. 9abled.t encouraged by Sen. Homer, E.
auh as is ourring this wee in worked-out program. Its basis was the La into an' CaNhart. (R., lnd.) o.-wa aa
C~e, -hicago. that there would not be any rand- new good-partner rgra l 't offleafd.eamner, E-
.m w indeedrInsier" AFL.., it iose giveaway to the Latin- meri- any too popular 't them: -ajfhe He announced in RIo t
learned thatd- thitouh bl f can good neighbors. Incad, they mst place. They all felt-that hey next Congress he won4, propose
.a unions now is reparig to were to be t-eted as business were Uncle Sam's oldest and best .r.ori .ar l.at*-Ame ian ecomo-
fornWaiter-Reut. her an.tepa other partners. Individual loans and oth- friends and that they..had emn imic a 4. ..: :
or .l.e ers. In thu octioen r assistance were to be offered given the short end of the stik. It took all tile persuasion 'hltI
dIt mustebe. r e th at o- on instead, for sound projects only. The United States had Jives NI- Secretaries Humphrey, Hoover and

t first bing ratifed by the na- program was headed by Secretary while it ac
'V iP tin AL convention, ad then of the Treasury Gecrge M. Hum- American cc's S. Treaesry Andrew Ov ew pro-
by a series of individual inter- phrey, Un de rs a t Stte SQ U- eke In the and,-tcean hal
It would take just a handful retary if State Henry F. Holland, on Latin Ameriem. -... they succeeded
ofthe toud bloc Insidea theAFL who Is in c~rge of inter-Amnerias AS one Latin-Amercan .delega- The effects tf all this Intlba.

Certainly, they could keep their Secretary Holland had made a bow that .w t ico t are r e 'o.i iteeI

"'fl, but it may be a long way off. fror this new policy. Secret world, that We k n ouldtrial bal oo n pra.
p..qgg of Latin-American republics, so he (t, Pa.) arr |,i lv .w the th.n tebe
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FOR SALE 1941 Pont iqp.4,door
sedan, Hydromatic, radio, gad con-
dition, 475. $100 down,'belance
financed, I 19-X, Gamboo. Phone
6-379.
FOR SALE:-1950 Cadllac-62 four-
door, excellent condition. Will fi-
nance. Phone 2.- 69, .
FOR SALE:-1941 DSoto Custom t-
door sedan, excellent condition.
Must sell. Also automobile radio.
88-900.. ,
FOR SALE:--Car, first class condition,
Good tires, Jack. Phone Panams
3-$629, Viola Matthews. Going to
States. o
FOR SALE:- 1950 Studebake;, well
cored for by original owner, $600.
Phone Panama 3-5320.


FOR SALE-1T P-oMfe sedan, 2-
tone, Hydramotlc, 28,000 miles,
S$850. Phone 2-2984.
FOR SAEi-Ml 9 Plymouth conver-
tibfle 193P'-Plymouth coupe; table
model radio. 6 -520. 104 X --B,
Gomboe.

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WANTED:--Motr scooter, goo 'w-
ditioan. Coas Control, Colon, P.efl
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FOR SALE:-New "S I SC AC" Ac.
quer, contains no lead ptmeIt,
Protect your children and Saf-
est point for nurseries, cribs, toys,
cages. etc. Beautiful colors. Ferre-'
teria Internacionol, S.A., "'J St.
FOR SALE: Just received complete
assortment of D r a p er y Fixtures,
C r a n es and qccessores. Curtain
Rods in all sizes, etc. Fwreteria In,
termacionol. S.A., "'J".Steet.
FOR SALE:-ChriWalt Dep-mte
and Lights f HoNmes, Ree., luba
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PLY CO., "J'"S0M11 Ne. H 143ir
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FOR SALEi-Man's winter wdli Im-
ported tweed suit, size 38.'Talor
made. Like.new. Phone Panama 3-
3082.


FOR SALE :-60-cycle "VM." rec-
ord changer, latest model, with
base. Perfect condition. Call Balboa
1568.
FOR SALE.--Tcpe recorder, 2-asped
new condition, used leuss thaniten
hours. Panama 3-5 163.
FOR SALE: Set of long playing
Spcnish linguaphone records, caom-
plate with text, $35; Chinese carv-
ed desk and choir, like new $80.
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,M. Aia Lls Walace and Mrs, B. L Wdmtwartw
rba e1 the Jtel TteH. *
Irjebuments were enjoyed after the presenteUon
, ameag a beaMtiful desi. of floral decoratanU.
took part in the ala.. A reception at the Union Clhao
the MSeda'mes. lan Panama will follow the wedding.
H. L. Wentwrt, i-: --
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luma, Frank Rar- For Balboa YVCA -
WnC; Heares E h Two outstanding- musical events
SBlandshaft, R- will take place at the Balboa
r, J. M. tuart, Y.M.C.A.-U.S.O. in tUe week be-
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The Balboa Union Church Choir
under the leaderstF of Mrs. G.
A. Thibodeau, will present four-
teen Christmas musical selectionS
on Monday, Dec. 2 at 7:30.
On Wednesday, Dec. '2, the
traditional "Hangngn of the
Greens" will be conducted at
which time the L Boca. Sch ool


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5 Or daughter -Ca- al rg.L many of the traditon
to Mr. Auvlry Jiy stes, C Satas glleetions and,- earols
sunday Jan, .2 In the Bcth these programss are open
al of St. Luke at p.m. the publfe. iftlot charge.


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WHITE HOT MEAT and BROWN GRAVY,
POTATOES. SALAD & VEGETABLEE
Try ur ellels Bar Drinks & Speelalte
Feem the GRILL.


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Pmaaawte Guet.
recent guests at Hotel Pa'ta-
monte in Boquete. included .
Pentti Pajuen,'of Panama; Mr.
T. V. Anderson Mr. R. P. Spiro,
Mr. R. Daltaohiea, of Wastiog
ton, D.D., Mr. Roland *Petters-
son of David, Mr. T. Y. Denhai,.
of Panama and Miss Geo r g l a
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With K Cou, ery
Mrs. Irving Bennett and' Mr s.
Richard Eisenmann were co-hos-
tesse at-a recent cocktail and din-
ner party.


Responding to the Interest in
native Panamanian diae'a expres-
sed .by Mr. Joseph Cunni inam of
Hotel El Panama and MW. Mottle
Buttt of the Kirkeby Sotel chain,
all of the foods were PancaUnil


*hii has developed a reputaton-
I br cookery and for the variety cfi
1 ways she uses native fruits and
vegetables.
The Panama theme With a mon-
tano design was carried out in the
table docor.


Guests included Mr.. and M r s.
Jorge Arias, Mr. and Mrs. leon
Greene Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cun-.
ningham Mr. apd Mrs. Charles
Kline, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E.
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Lee gramer,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Robert Eisen-
mann 'and Mr. Burritt.
Basil Eardnugto
Om Leave ,
Cadet Bail D. Harrlgton, son
of Capt. and Mrs. a.Harrng-
ten of Diabl6Heights, 5as b e a
granted Christmas leave fro the
United States,.Naval Academy at
New London, .onn. He is in his
"'tAd year at the academy after
ad ttg A 'alboa I.g h


Dirt, Anuweemsnt
and Mrs. -Heny C, DeRaps
Ef Oatunhave ancuneed the birth
a, son, Brian Geddes, at Coco
Hospital on S ud, .
The 'baby's matemal grandmoth-
or is Mrs. Loretta Q(ddea of Ga-
ta.; his .paternal grhpdpareit is
Zr. 3. X. De Raps .l.Watet'ville,
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ditional egg nog party on Christ'
was Day. ,


,Mr. and Mrs. c lrd Ma*&uro of
entertained with a din n e r
.rty last evening in hdnor of
Miss Alice Cunningham o Cum-
berland, Md., who is vsitng with
beuneice, Mr .Albert C; Mo-rA.

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SafoluthnfAddrtt t Harry Casler, ubi
.floer for ai'i basy at their lunpte
on 8aturd Rhe a red the 29 h vt
organlatson onthe Canal Zwe. Mr. Casler iiaeuai-
of the U ltd.Mite.ttbrnmatlon Agency, whicst ,
diretIon he Mrs. rWraen Tayor rgnt oft
welded at the gathering.


Red CUIa Comr lets


LONDON, De: 14 -" P"a-Com-
munist China anobuneed t d.a y
that the last- spike has been. driv-
en and the firt train has moved
over a new railway line linking
Chinese Mongolia with too Soviet
Union.


Chinese nationalist leader Gen-
eralisimo Chiang Kai-shek warn.
ed last October that completion of
a new railway system would pave
the way for war in Asia which
would spread to Europe a$d- h-
gulf the world.
The official Red Chinesa .)tew
China News Agency said the Mon-
Iolian rail line was
Saturday, 14 days ahead of aced.
ulet and that the first train relied
into Ehbren-the last stop in' Chi
na-Sunday morning.
Chiang Kal-shek in discusaiug
the importance of t#& raill4ne,%
noted tat it might presage .-bew
hostilities Jm the Far East-jst- as
the Russo-Japanese war followed
completion. of the Trans-aSberian
railway.


"If the free world allows theI
communist to complete it irail-.
way," Chiang saidd i a prea con-
ference in October, the Russians
will wage general war the mo-
nment the network is finished.
It was not knovi here how
mqch work'.renials t complete
the ambitious new ralway line.
But Chinese nationalist aytbori-
ties said the entire project should
be completed in 1956.


US Submarines,
Outnumbered 4
Russia TWo


NEW YQR lPe., t14 -
Russian submaflhes o e .b e r
America's underwater flS by a
margin of two to oew, it1 a re-
ported today.
The report Ina the' uri t Issue
of Look magazJne claimed 'that
the ,Soviet subptariae fleet -was
seven times as )Olge as 'the de.
structive Nazi leet in World War
*I.


The magaze, i .telliag d the
East-West struggle for wtetsei
superiority Rsia Uluadi-w, n
yet developed n atomic bin.
rine, and that Amerias lt
riners are much ."' ta. quic.
er and better tra th X.
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Flies Back ToLA
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Hutton will fly to LOs Anles
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more than I month- at rtby
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.021 4 others however, w ti.t00'`% le v
M ibts Brult esituatlon In strtridt hee ti,..U,. ts Udfad S.
Si vs..Smkers. The game wAtwai, the o A n
4tt Wet Gromund) men 'ad the Sers thm AB e.
shouldd have been last -. "
G4nigmeht will be reach 1*ed for 6

start for the Iengfe leaders to- .RanaW
night In their game -. ,me against he Repl
W J. HARRIO .1l. Smokers. m,1to&
Sm. J. AeRION J. able sta rt ptober for he aim
Sweatheran, who hadum e Babmoke unry who Rohave nent idmpe
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teof." baseball fans Harris has beaten the Smokers and New York befo G OenJ
finally twice and Robinson'is the only 1har lftinApM. of the-
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ten so heavily dur- over the Yankees his eanon. of 2 am .t*a- war, a-
St the stadium's Baban-hu.flPjans who have atno0ement md, seas ie
field left in poor bee three days without seeing ag~L Tokyo hedule ear t c
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Same bed to be post-. SCA for their to st ca:"n
l---- dians' PItchers S

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0'jo B GoRIFFIN S points wasn't enough becau
he had no support no other
RK Dec. 14 (UP) Hoosier scored h double, figures
Wave ofu Pset Southern Methodt on the
in coe a basketbAll other hand, .dlplad. balanced
an.a s~d the attack that hit on 46 pr cean
its latest of Its shots as Jim Krebi led the
ay:,.with 20 points.
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maker who can make him ok
Tula. coached by Clarence iba,
needs eoght too, but ob Pat
m.tersod- lauv
Houston "i 't figureM have
much until sevenfoot Don Bolde-
buck became eligible.
i the Bi$ Seves, It smp up
as. Mimouns ye'r- T T.ie s ..
have alot back, lucludifg,% b _
Reiter, 6.s, the athlete who hurt
Kansas so much last year. Along
with him are ,such as Norm
bILe.art and Med Park.
Dr. Phog Alln of Kansas Is a
coach who never is beaten easlf
and It wep't h this ss.
nohas an ex 0 tuIDo
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Oklahoma lest heavily the ughS
taduaesion, et ft ha as tw l
Lane,'a MW Fplayer- Nebas,
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weeks, I couldn't t even
ruiZne o@f a I ut
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Ia enabled me to stay in co -.
Had Jt nqt been for this
, probably would havq re-
Shome without a ce1Lege
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ma college, I went Iot the
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and f"rw mothi om Unlvsty ot Kentucky. ril 1
a nearly broke. I didn't latter poit, of course, enabled mel
t would be any trouble at to aktMn greater heights in ma-
ind a job, but after. walk- rfftasion. I
s street every day tol But if I have been stucewusfl


Adolph Rupp __


at all; I an look bok to that
day In 1919 when ai.mn offered
me a b where I Wuld be able
to wor fOr bours a day for my
meals and ts attend college.
I'll always be grateful to him
tor that.
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Lottery. Me. On the lookout You've enjoyed the
pleasure.of makingg LUCKY STNIKES... now

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aid l .. B Lttlerh ..rmner-up hI ti
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aty e. said mgi. -h M pep d _a t. opo
comln to me antdI know I can a gS tser.
uck h.an take the tie backe e r.
to France -s a present for -on
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While both the champion avd o.ut.*N u a tadlu Or-
the challenger reWted today,.
fight talk i tla twnA crow by Awhi o
leaps and bOt. A as resuAl repair
cromotereWFote predice'1 and
that the itld greM more, D *ph-
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I090N, Dec. 14 (UP)-The
I h Broadcasting Corp.
aed off a storm of criticism
over its television produc-
pf "1984," George Orwell's
I of a police state, and an-
It would repeat the play
Sdly night.
BBC switchboard was
ANed with calls from irate
I(rs as the controversial
| tqrst like a thunderclap
Itish television. One ofil-
d he had "never known
* quite like" the ava-
P Of telephoned protests.
iappers Joined. in the out-
and reported they, too,
hundreds. of telephone calls
delevlewere ;complaining
nhad been teriffed by the
t h o d's of Orwell's

tortured while ly-
electrified coffin
f many women viewers
to hysterics, the papers
aily Sketch said one of
flers, Alderman Herbert
Ifd of Txnbridge Wells.
lad, "this disgusting play
Worst thing I have ever
.stage or TV."
P made the production of
moae of its most ambitious
Itnons by spending nearly
0 'on it. It ran for two
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ft to be stampeded by
i t c r y Into cancelling
raed viewed before It
I that te .paz was not
te for children, .4d people
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Chasina


CLEVELAND, 0., Dec. 14 (UP)
-Dr. Samuel H. Sheppard was
unable to say definitely today
why he did not snatch up a
weapon or, cry out as he chased
the bushy-haired, man who, he
says, bludgeoned his wife to
death last July 4.
"I had been knocked out
twice... I was dazed," was the
explanation he gave at his
wife-slaying trial.
"I was in no condition to feel
or evaluate or differentiate, as
we do in this courtroom," the
30-year-old osteopathic brain
surgeon continued.
He said later that he "may
have cried out," but he has no
clear memory of it. And he
didn't think, while he was bat-
tling the big intruder on the
Lake Erie Beach, of crying for
help to attract fishermen who
customarily are at piers near
his home through the dark
hours between midnight and
dawn.
Under cross-exanmination by
Prosecutor John J. Mahon, Dr.
Sbeppard was testifying as his
own stir witness for the fourth
day. H4i *at degree murder
trial wVa expected to end late
ths .week or early next week.
Sheppard yesterday told the
world about 'other women" ii his
life, dmitlng he kissed a wom-
an patient. in a parked car after
his wife last !'some of her sexual
aggresal enessl'l S n
Sheppard said he and the
woman patient once took a
beach-front stroll during an out-.
lug, after which her, husband
luralmAd alled her flprintable


Mes ~~i eland.
Itarlwin While he wa 1 an
four ond M s Wre was on a
ouo.pth told In detail
ab hlib U-monoh affair with
!abiaty technician. Susan
*ayes, Ilcludipg intimacies in
her parents', home, b1i auto-
mabile, the apartment of a
doctor friend and the home of
another doctor In Los Angeles..
The state brought In the
names of the two additional
women In an effort to back tp
its charge that Sheppard killed
his wife during a quarrel over
his Infidelities.
Marilyn ,Sheppard,. 31, and
f u r months pregnant, was


knocked him


The defense ended its 23-day
court questioning of the 30-year old
hess- osteopath yesterday by asking
cut him if ie had ever committed
But any sins.
her "I have succtimbed to human
frailties, yes, sir," the defendant
recalled.
tess- Prosecutor' John J. Mahon
ress then launched his cross-exami-
also nation, questioning Sheppard for
the first -tfne eiee his arrest
July 10.- ? .
S hwppardBlid his friendships
Swith otherw..,wnen developed
after MaWynn s1perienced "a loss
of some otherjexual aggressive-
ness." That was one of the
"minor" problems of their mar-
riage. he testified. It occurred
after the birth of their son. Sam-
uel Chip Jr. in 1947, he said, but
S- the cdndlitn improved In recent
ce" years.
pr tinder relentless questioning
U. by the prosecutor, who hopes to
5 Sheppad to the electric
S har. the osteopah identified
the oter women as Miss Kauor,
. and JuleeL man; wife of Rob-
a ert oInaufii 'ani automobile
o. dealer ft ,whos, Dr, Sam
bought a J w i sports cx.
be npp -d1ad the kteLosn-
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mien he foiSe.d e y agso.
"My repertory t ait of
itlrY songs, id'V Mau-
ce, eludingg one se pe-
ihy, for i. byr e lmown
mposer.oert *Li4. Of
ourgn I Shiai be blO o happy
siig-somen of the di& vWQltes
IU Loue, Valentine,. M Pom-
m and ethersi the ubc lasks
r taoi f"
Proof that Chevaller I still the
irUing of his public is sea In
e. heavy advance bodokings for

ce, asthe French c ll him-
a very busy man. 'LUast modth
a started work on the mo sin-
tious program yet attempted by
reach television.
Ia- a series of "epi od"e
Ued "toe-vouas with M i a
SChevalier" in which he iet
a master of ceremonies and hot
dditingoisbed visitors ranifl
roni fatouq artlow, theaeta
id asIov tarse and other per-
ongalit T whflh
Os throughout the produetion-
Rendex.Vous in Paris" was writ-
a by Maurice himself.
"I wpnt -s snow the world the
al Paris," 'stressed Mauri ce,
and not a parody of my beloved
ty. That is one reason why I
m going heart and soul into thi
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Mrs. Loasman asked him to ed, Miss Hayes was employed at rangements with Hoverstein for
take a long walk with her, he Bay View Hospital, these trysts. e
said. When they got back, her Q. You became quite friendly,? Q. During the latter part of ri
husband was infuriated and used. A. Yes. 1958 did you speak to Bue Hayes cil
words "I would not repeat to the Q. You had some intimate re- about a divorce? ce
ladles in the Jury and the oldies litfons with hem? A. No ir. I belle she spoke o
In the courtroom." Lossman A. Yeb, sir. to me aIout divorce.
struck her, he said. Q. They usually took place In Q. What di you tell her?
"I told him 'don't other, Dr. your automoble A. I -ld, "t love my wie very
Sam testified. "I said nothni A, I would' ay no, sir. much and that I love my little fo
had gone on between us tb t en'Shwpp n asked boy."
we were merely kidding wh wh ere y -usually' took place
Lossman and my wife told us to and he replied:..
go ahead and take a long walk "It was not a usual thing." Un l f hi
- that we only did It for spite. Q. 'Where did they tak place?' .... hi
"Spite?" roared Mabon. A. I would say chiefly at her R- -IVi
"Who were you trying to apartment. Fr' [Re Wc Da VIS ,
spite?" He ws asked if the iptimacies .
"I meant that we wet only occasionally took place else- T B D MA li TamAoro 3
kidding the others," Sheppald there.' To uw WllN OIVI W
repliLd. "Right where Miss Hayes said ea i latef
He said he and Marilyn Jd they did." he answed. Funeral s service f h at 1
they would not iee the ijamans Q. In your automobile? Rebecca Davis will be held. at 12
sotilly more after the i- A, Yes, n ., h
cident. B then he latermet Sheppard testified that they .Misso. C fti .Ina as
Mrs. Lossu an and went for a also had relations In the apartr- .m;nt wi 1.ow t.. to
ride with her, he said. ment of Dr. Lester T. Hoverstein Pueblo H'uev c, wo. fr
Sheppard said Mrs. Loseman at the Bay View clinic. He said Mrs. D a&v, a. f o er t a
was a patent of his In the isub- he did not necessarily make ar- ofL L Sotorta d .blo .e l, s
urban 'Bay View Hrspiital for "4L No ed .fgau.dal a loaf f#- ei
month, mote or less after an t
auto accident, and that he treat- A aAl n hs.aJi t Uin Survi are hus ,
ed her 'further until e time of W nluII stharmuse Uim 1111 :s vS~ ,i.
his arrest. Ta'm. L IUI wirs
He said he met her once in a Rp NoM .Amlna de En ,' re
arking space behind a Fairview By InVUIIII.I.. R I Ruby WeOT na .Mw o ae "
ark shopping center and they .weno Davs and Easel
drove ; Metropoltan Park and Oatun and the Atlantec fide In OaUfniore;. nephew 1 1onso m
atop w e car to d scs Mra. general received the brunt of Georje and .nt tbmt mjants .
LoBm I problems .h he heavy rains during Novem- and gra.ndchlldrpl +
"Did you kiss her?" Maion bar as rainy season weather be- '" he
asked, came intensified with frequent ri
"Yes. sir." showers and heavy rains o v er 1 ho
"Was that a part of your treat- the entire Isthmus, according to
means the monthly report issued by the Tf
"No sr," Panam4 Canal Hydrographic Of-
'Did you kiss her, on more fice.,
heree w e ccaslons at social 'OGatn recorded a total of 32- .I
functions." a 74 inches, which wai "e 1r
"But I'm talking about this one inches a b o v average ai
occasion in the park." brought the total theref -i1
"Well, I dont know whether first I months of the year to
I'd say I kissed her or sh kiss 122.06 I 0ches, the uigho te t h
more the case." close second with a total Ois .3
"Dld you kias her?" inches for the first 11 months w
"I didn't push her away. of the year.
"But did 9ou kiss her?" The heaviest general rains of
"I already have stated that I the month occurred on Novem-
did." her 19 and 20 at which time ml- .
"Did you kiss her more than nor floor conditions existed over a
once?" the Gatbn Lake area. During the
"I don't recall that Idid." 39-hour period from 7 p.m. Nov- 1tn
"Was there anything else be- ember 19 until 10 a.m. -November w
sides kissing?" 21, approximately 2.11 feet of I
"No sir." water on Oatdn Lake was spill-om12
Sheppard was tense, his hands ed through the 1 Gatqin Spwa C

Dfdnse attorney William J. t1944 r opened since December t
ens o jetiton" ,th e ho l tin Lake Basin during Novem- a
line of testlmohy, but Comr ber amounted to 41.163 million
mon Fleas. jude -wInra Bly- cubic f e, 'which was eight per 'a e
thin overruled him. cent above normal. th
In answering qutions about A tot of 11 earthquakes were -I
Margaret KauX" -Sheppard
m g that registered on the Balboa Heights OORN
when he vislted her nome he had ae"mograph during November. nhIfer as
called on "her father, her moth Four of these originated within Of .near lm
er, her brother, her sister."-as300 miles of Balboa Heights. The te 'be the r corne w Jib
well as her. only disturbance strong enough aplonj ofi ssou r .Hrbee
He said he remembered goinr to be felt )ocally occurred on the av.ed 2L buS h. W
swimming. "once.-maybe twice" evening of N*vember 16. It was t _veiA.ontre e t
with her in the company of Dr. kated as Intensity I and was potr m.W0 =A uotwo eFa
Arthur Miller. a friend, noticed by several persons. y de te st.. a SP
It was In Miller's home last
Marsh that Dr. Sam and Miss -m
'Hayes shared the same bed for l lQa. n t
heppard said he visited Miss ilor-Made Drinks F
Kauzor, swam with her and had
one or two dates with her, in- B y EDWARD KENNED port where anything.of
eluding a school dance, in Los NEA Staff Correspondent ,re are no restrictions o n- ;et

twice" after Marilyn returned ment of the world. Every week m.eants expsive and uaw** 1s1
from her vacation,' hundreds of American ser v ic e dy. program of issuing Ea y T
Sheppard -said that after he men in bell-bottoms and OKoresn Payment "Certificates to anl"
dated Miss Kauzor, he wrote battle dress, pockets loaded with ieeam In Japan, orea
Marilyn telling her what he had long-saved money; let th4 Indian saat'", t0 keep
done. and Chanyse merchants vA with. fro&"llinig iato oZ
He denied he had ever discuss- each other in a never-ending price hphr Hns Hr K
ed divorce with Marilyn. reduction war. n dng ri dl as
Mahon cross-examined Shep- In fabulous Hong Kong, 7 t
psr. about most if the 16 have your choqe of 100 al a er __
months of his affair with dark- who will whip up a suit and a eWra! Chines Co .
haired Miss Hayes who appeared cashmere sport coit for one- raml a'
as a state witness earlier In the fourth- tatesiae p0r'I ce in Wthe'which chae .smewme
trial. ..te aheppa.i returned, length of time it takes you to hour w49bougin ad
Whenth adown ,her re dow a few -- or highballs- you e g'AMSID
from California, on. the comple- provided free while you wait.
tion of his InteshNp, he testifi- In thi s city qi commerce, an. ... .. -


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ingle Bill On.
Iawaii, Alaska
WASHINGTON, Dec. 14 (UP)
*Sen. Janea '. Murray uD.-
oat.) plans to Introduce &
igle bill in the. new Depno-
atic-controlled Congress ca ,
I for statehood for both 1a-
ill and Alaska.
Murray, slated to head the
terlor and 'Insular Affairs
ommfttee, said he would offer
combined bill "so that both
ll get pn equal chance" at
itehood.
Murray sam aie knows of no
kislatlon- at .-prpsent to., ive
lerto Rico statehood but that
any is submitted, "I ahau
rtainly give it every sympa-
etic conpideration."
'We are' going to give- state.
od high priority," Murray
Ud. "I am sure the committee
11 not need much time to de-
erate over a.matter that a
ien before us year after year.
e hope to paas a combined bill
Sickly. so as t -give them an
ry start for tfW congreslona
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