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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: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
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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.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00595
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F VI A--THIHAMRS OWN COLUMN the CIO merges with I% ZAM'
..M TH .ADRS OWN COLUMW there wil be sharp civil wa be-
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fatwo groups over policies the
fight against international and do-
Smestle Communism.
M A L 9 AThe fight will pivot upon the
-strategy to be used across the
The Mail en is on open feotm for riders of The Panama American. world t e O's per
are received gr tefully .nd are handled in o wholly confidential mmnent staffs- there wV be no dci-
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Syeo entlriIu a leffer don't be Impatiest if it doesn't appear the munsm should be fought.
I.Ltte. ere prblished In the oder received. This- became apparent h ere at
hwy fth kep eh- alters limits toe q pag engt, th. he Mth Annual Convention A the
L Mtfr wrte "I iahld in f, t r w nfilenct. CIO when it was learned th' the
Is newspaper usnamelo responsibility for statements as opinions oe bitter behind-the-scenes con.
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mp pert, led a fight for putting the
A CHRISTMAS MESSAGE CIO on record for recognition of -
Peiping China to avoid world war.
Sir: He also would have had the CIO .'9 he l
urge an increase in. Eest-West '
Again this time of year comes round trade between the Westers demo-.
I With lots of happiness to be- found;. cracies and the Iron Curtuls lands.
To each of you Christmas ios. The original 48-pag draft resolu- a
Sspeclally "Dwayne" my lit le -. etn on o d
May Santa make you laugh and sing recommendations. .nse proposals
u, And bring you oh! so many things; Were fought by a group 1Itby CIO
From we who are so for sway national counsel Arthur Glhberg. -I
Comes all our love this Christmas day. The thtoe sueededIns a ting
S you id, my darling wife down to 24 es the size of the
Tohyou Oleieda.ue e my darlngwife CIO statement cn the world crisis.
However, the final compromise
S I send my love and hurt and tears did not denounce trade with the
M ay God.bless you throughout the years. Soviet-dominated lands. The reso-
lution which now becomes official !
SM.H. CIO foreign policy, said-
The (1O understands the need
of toe western Eurcpean nations
Sto increase t r a d e, both among
_Answer to Previous Puzzle themselves and with other parts of
Versatile Actress the world, for expanding trade is a
S! sign of an expanding economy
I "But reduced aid from the U. S.
ACOE DOWN1 bhas not been replaced by any senr-
ad e WI oua. measures fcr increased trade
I R adio a""r, in g I Wlno btotr lat with the U .S. For
D4ut table tat reason it would be un-
Sshb also has 2 Concord. ireald ;L t countries whoseS n t .
appeared on 3 Perch IP on trade to give
the TV rik.made -in nocritical
and in fins with malt mmunial nds.
11 Inirm I- dlIng ) Ie 'inspires that hopenY i at
13 Armed f eet emperor an,. w -1 4 to, political fires m u a mih lo lhe
I4Stalr D emon m nymph 36 Greater many counLAe around the rim of -! nigt- *_. i -
Stalr 7h i D emo e 13onter i te Communist orbit...ui" r 'tne, ws n cg rt5
E5nlish T n b. Th r a es 23 Poignant stature 'it must be pointed out again in It is one of the axioms of show Hl was on and on the TV screen Itself into a splinter.party, such as taet in t he o
versionss (ab) oAmperb -) 25 Orns of 37haMast fy aniscussion eof tO Ioreao pot- business that a man cw be on too until you were sick of.the sight cf Henry WA,l a ce unsueeessully Carth or the ante"l--If I wer
I Haream room. 8 hearing 38 Balloting lc., tat.Red China and ue bcv- much to where awe-fades into cal- him; he talked until you were sick headed wken he got the boot from
1 stri Ir O I Open-mouthed26 Cereal grain paisces aea themselves are vehementUy loused accustomedness and adula- of the sound of him- he charged the vice-presideney. Nothing came .
iOstrhl lookers 27 Short barb 40 Hastened and equityy denuaced How. tica dwindles to famWarity and and did not substantiate until you ef Wallad' party, which started ha
0bird can%0amatous 29 Extinct bird 43 Part of a e.v ei msa erenees Det w e e n familiarity into contempt. Like a were chat7y of belief Ishim; and out as fuszly-liberal an was teer-for' a
SMexian 11Pace 2Cliek-beetle church (*u tactics.and A.lrategy are gpat, you cannot creep ,too con- he got mixed ypn la side-bat per.'e4 by the deeper pinks such as a -a-t
pea st l Small genus 33 Tell. 48 Prohibit tnruga. l-s i.sas t:an MU staitly in the public eye without sonal involvements with Cohn and the late Vito -Marcantonlo.
the radir of herbs 24 wbbon 4Ssnst r oaysi'age; ojent GUeorge yntting a swat. Schine until you wondered just Nothig I think, would come out
S Borde. Dower 5 Sewing 4toman br Ise Mean -n.' ree 'raue -here are. other hoary axioms in what business everybody Iras.4 o -a 9 M-j'hY-heded right-wing.,
t Soo property implement 50 Dative (ab .) t son pmmn e secretary all lines of rorkt such s not going at the time, oup, since the mhfn has cast off
7 Ciulrplate i. Ij .lily vestpne, asted Red ler elephants with scatter-guns, He was practleally read. out of most of the final tatters of his
Cm Jnina,'- dentawed .the' end of all ad nt pointing llmrs without the party the other day when the lnity. Sea does not
8 Entangltrace with iron Curtain countries ex dting fists, and n being vo. President congratulated the Senate make Im0 9rta ,- even nspra-
antiastrongly condemned all e o =a of erous about persona ignorance censure committee; his blast at t a- Fla'sra. .
ato recognIzeRal Tse-tung's gel.if a closed manth will buy you a the Presdiat as s a weu
o.nmen6 reutation a wise man i against communism eart cauu for
L -- ince the^te., .,tst.Ar 'Z Ithink o" eotrin bu rbake bue m thy' ."'the fact.t,
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icy maers, ns enouncea e ed to a contmpora ta ls been rreposibility. It new, finest tter e
iussians' urive acr trae as a cov. He had it .mae double-ked ad irqpo that was over. t vast attention Somehow be
er up xor military re-armament. brassbound. "He blew it almost d at conuson u rne to be a sort of -child
SIesre are oound to De snarp wantonly; ** jindind his Later ht- evic star1with access to his own
clauesibetween Victor Reuwner Iblbbe e s b .edk .cl
an ais -g'ro.p on, one Sipe ;and-WVa N5''ch arsitUwea t'e t l launch- i
oi andf stones' op w7 otner terminable rear 4earin s with Himast at isenbower was ill not he a great deal more ~r o
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ganu attempt to writ'. policy icr ability to sustain statements he thtowln ~kao at teachers' a few.futile attempts to crawl ack o
sumue iuui alla-inciuaive AL, con. presented as facts, with his avoid. dow in ri for a deserved Into< the public view. Joe talked
j enuonu dance of direct answers, and with tenin. too much. He was on stage too
aere also will be conflict over his--it roved eventuallt-unfortA- .Tb .iSoI e etoat t and the flowers turned to As -&tI as 2
S*the atnu es towards ine many fea- nate pu lic associations., C McC w0. hasw forIlt al
cral and state investigatory com- --Nfor r the .
Su fiMees WalCin are piubing Corn- t''r 4 -. at ..f e .S
muntsi acivaty ou the home frcnt. *.e a .e etrt
'aIle ut cnventon criticized i was.h
the outlawing of the CommunistWia
pa'ty tais year as "a sign ox wei- 14.t "i'd
ness ratner man of streoagm," 'Iinse
aeiegates also said that uie "por- -. .
uonO L tnf umfinunuist Control Act L b* e- . e t
ot 1954 providing or the brandang WASHINGTON-r(NEA)-An un- feels rA t of Na t wee ab ti
tr'olea' uuns constitutes a an- ate's M arthy-condeming at Prsi s that they ev
trous first aoep zowars state c- has just leaked out. If madepla te as is w she t match-book o has ome up exeeuttvep ath .l
trcl of all trade unions. American known earlier, it might have hadj oMrs. lwith the t et 1 Cnss. But e1
trade unions will remain a bull- some influence on events leading "' gue ss of the candidates none of this is T e t a e
wark of democracy only as lobg up to the final. vote. a in who used match books to lished .
as they remain independent of state It concerns Joh G. Adams, When a otwon Mechaled Brats
licensing systems. American labor chief counsel for the Arm&.n who wo o'w daw. elpl
has and will continue to deal vigor- wa. a principal figure in the row ag a tl y Mr, Oliver, ra in The politician have W t Slot all
ously with the Communist problem b tween. Seaqrry of..th Army ireen ..vate life, .made by faith in c'Icu2attin rma nta. '
in the trade union movement." Robert T. Steven and Se-atr Me- a neye a -_se lttes to wpperme t- First it was ul.N AC; L e
'Also blasted by the CIO conven. Carthy over the Aoy Cohn-D vid ti ng ee th e er the elettio, and gt es t Rand's.humanbrainlw has
tion was the loyalty-security pro- Schine case. 4 tee a woman caftm fom f 1 es a. Of the W peredicte a Deasoa tte -Isnlid e?
gram for depending on "secret in. On Aug. 30, John Adams weat p iD 'iffble pand expect tressmea i'i tl over CB last November and iaent K
farmers" and allegedly b e i n g to a night ball game at the Wash- ee .t any vital statistlie to prom atea'tat*wayw out o awIy. a
"weighted" against government ington senator, Griffith Studimlle- thalsh said. '. pote ig et aa n'e Perhaps bec sej i thiS.
employes. There was full-CIO cri- There was nothing unusual about e lo Deocrat used : t chine the
ticism of the government program that, except that this happened to lashgta gl sttIa \ ,' to sort out the 1.0 d.er ests
fcr screening security risks in de- be the niglhtefure Sen. Karl A MVe d out nw. '% q A nw Co0 mist gog for at their testbabdiai nnler IS New
fense plants .and attacks on the Mundt's committee released its Oi- eseegnemW to be s r ha en reveiealnr a Orleans 1sA ee But about 3a
Civil Service Cdmmission chairman nsl report on the Army-McCarthy dia El P "ab os- P.m., before some has
and the local state investigating hearings. It was also the i ts th for europe nan aurt a that
bles. before Sen. Azthur V. W "' are fr Jr It. Jon 'a ire machine had e to rNiab ca
There were no such attacks on special committee was to b n 14 p sect AmL ga ej i.(1i w hl e f.ep
allthesecommittees during the its hearings n the McCarthy ce he 1
AFL convention.. To the contrary, sure resolution. of A o in. i i #, u -S. e '. M
many AFL officia.e have been Adams was seated quietly in a d h _..F isWt t-t
work ing with tl groups. The box with a friend, enjoying the Si. At .10; .vo J hq ASMed Co out.
AFL's report can inrnal security game wh who should join t t
a game. when who sbculd join t ae i.e P the
did not attack the.procedures but that ardent fan, Sen. Edwin' wit 4 a.l "
oh new law on C munistdoman- C. Johnson of Colorado. Jono .. "r
inated unions. In fact, there ,is a was a member of the Waso ( ofqT4itt be f c this ei aJd .
statement that they helped revise committee, and his right to a dsa: ivsei l t -
the law to the AF 's satisfaction. 'that committee was being ,hal- '(Wea l WM a
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tap.atedbP lfr ga site to as.a-" house. pUa*enae im .Off ,a
at a two.a-day clip, a n d, and water and discounnect tle pipes,-
hundreds of houses hive been ;iand arrangements are made with'
moved out cf the path of Noe:i utility companies to remove tele
York's southern state parkway as .phone lines and fire alarm bdxes
pelU as the Pennsylvania and New. that stand in the way of the opera
Jersey turnpikes by a single house- lion.
moving concern, acordlag to an .
article in .SteelWays, magazine of A rigid steel frame is then posi- I
Amerian Iron .and Steel Inasttute. tioAed under the house, cable
Biggest thing In the. big bWpera- bloc.cs are run down to the frabie,
ton, says Sftelwaya ., Is a machine a.sd the entire house is ralsebft.by
that is "like nethint. else in th 'electric motor Into the n.aw ofthe
world." A.oge, iU looks like a men machine whore it hangs swupended.
strous. mibegotten tractor-witl Setting the hcuse down at Its new
a house aboard. moke like a me-. site after the move is just a mat
chanical boa constrictct that has ter of reversing the procedure.
closed its jaws arou yl something i
it can newer hope toaswaUo*. To una Sailbo t
Its owne,a houer-moer, Jaie Protect Saidboat
W. Hartshorne .i w the orestoWr e i "
*$100, o rth every nicke.. F LI ht in
Ruadloats can be h itSYv ni


S Called the "tourftamover" thi To. avoid da*sge, Gener aT7 -
S... chinW was built by the R.G. I- tre suggests this:
"' Mfau Co. of Loliew, TexaM:
It was used to rersone. .rms frwpi; 1; Run a No. 6 wire from the
~.~ared concrete ho m until Ha top -f the gays to.th.E top of the
shorne had it re ilt tosMs p ast-anid even ttH farther.
cations. It permits' him to
house-moving ojbs. Taiter. with l',t Run anotbi- wire from tht
p. expense and withOut the neceitity bottom of the g ys into the water,
Sfor jackin up blties.id putl or to a copper plate atth e bottom
dollies under them. of the hulL
The body 'of the machine is a .
Shngr seel "U." At the closed end1 That will. lj, he lightning a
of the "U" and slightly In front of safe nMetal pt~sfrb top to bot.
Sit is the giant dieselpowered trac- 'tdm.
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f9 niht..t4 s4ih 5 new deaotes thr arepewer THE LOW DOWN. PAYMENT.

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become adept at observation and 4 Ta Battalion trained and -
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and sarhe th e terai f or t Cemay-pn Bttalon o Ma y 27, A eati.
movem ents would ian enemy ed" the edReplace-
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., e Vsehi Coles anie AB, C, on c lidaton oe awarded battle Pr
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CA"A XALDO
Centel Ave. 14*, .
FAXMACI% L OAT-EBRO
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FAMACIA LOMSARDO
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PORTABLE PICNIC
GRILLE
(Barbecue)
In Carrying Case
3 Draft Contro'
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SFor Home
Planic
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S only $5.9

S Central Aveg. tl
Tel. 3-0140


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FOR SALE
Automobile
FOR SALE: 1948 PontIac 4-door
sedan, Hydromotic, radio, good con-
dilton, $475. $100 down, balance
financed. 19-X .Gamboo. ,P-in
6-379., ________
Faw- ---c z o ---
FOR SALE:-1950 Cadillac-62 four
door, excellent condition. Will fi-
nnoce. Phone 2-3497. 1,
FOR SALE:-1941 DeSoto Custom 4-
door sedan, excellp et .codllorY.
Must sell. Also autorrIbld rddidr.
88-900. ,
FOR SALE:-1950 5tudeboker, well
cared for by original owner, $600.
Phone Panama 3-5320.
FOR SALE:-1950 Pontik sedn, 2-
tone, Hydrarotic, 28,000 miles,
$850. Phone 2-2984.
OR SALE:-1941 Plymouth conver-
tible; 19%9 Ply routh coupe; table
model rad4. pZ20. 104 -X--,B
Gmnboaa. ,,_ ,"f"-


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FOR SALE:-Bequtiful 1954 Chevrd-
- let Bel-Air sedan, w/s/w, 5000
miles. Exactly like new. 0599-A,
E.yona St.. Ancon. Phone 2.2744,
FOR SALE:-Nearly new 1954 Chev-
rolet sedan. Balboa 2-4466.
FOR SALE:- 151I oa'd, Victoria
Fordemoati, duy free. Sell or trade
for light duty paid car. AIIRNA'
THY, 3-0264 or 3-3765. 1


FOR SALJ. -rlN950 .ie so a, j@
iffent condition, radio, leaftrh. gr
Trebol. 76 TCentral Av. 2-30041.

FOR SALE
Boat & Meoom
FOR SALE: 14-ft. heavy rowboat
$50; new dinghy and cr top boqt
$60 and $90; uised 2VKIp. Jhn-.
son,. 12-hp. Elto, 7T/.hp. Evin.
rude.' meioent-.eanditie.-beemn."
able. ABERNATHY, 3-0264 or 3-
3765.

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For iidsg ar
7" B .
.lyTfe 10 f~At their an-
na m 'IR la-. da iea


MISCELtLAfgmS
DR. WENDEHAKE Medical GCinic,
209 Central Avenue, b4sidtC, pup-
li Theater. Phone 2-3479. iO-
Night service. _,____


FOR SAL-
Mbheelnlweaj


FOR SALE:-New "SISCOLAC" lac-
quer, contains no lead pigments.
Protect your children arhd pet. Saf-
eat paint for nurseries, cribs, toys
'cages, etc. BeaoNful color Ferre-
Wrl Infernacnot., S.A., ")" St.
FOR SALE:- Just.received iogpleje
Assortment of Dr a r y Fixtures,
Cra ns and accpsqries. .Curtain
Rods in.all sizes, etc. Ferreteria In-
ternacionol, S.A., "J" Street.


PLY CO., "J" Sl"J o Ne. I, Phe
1-1060. ,...
FOR SALE:-Mon's winter weight Im-
ported tweed suit, size 38. Tailor
mode.'Like new. Phone Ponama 3-
3082..
FOR 5ALE:-Tape recorder, 2-speed,
new condition, used less than ren
hours. Panama 3-5163,
NiR SAXE:-C60ker Spaniel puppies;
A.K.C. regIsterrd 6 weeks old. Coll
'Balboa I7I? q4y evening after 5
o'clock. Only to persons able to pro-
1ide good home and cre.
FOR SALE: Ho train equipment,
complete layout. Ahnost new and
unused. Balboa 1717 any evening
after 5 o'clock.


FOR SALE: 14-In. sidewalk bike,
baby bath, day bed and mottress,
Lounge choir and cushions. 720-ik
El Prodo, Balboa.'
FOR SALE:-Boer pu ,. female, 9
* weetk, $6QPhee 3 fiambe&
FOR SALE:- Winchester .22 target
rifle $75; Underwood typewriter
$38; Kapok sleeping bag $16;
Hqmilton 17-jewel pocket watch
S f2; 1/4-hp. motor 25-cycle for
pex ,wp.a $. All above, very'
.- tood qla1on. R.C.A.! ironar fqr
4i prts.'li Illg good h*otor. 25-cy-
cle' 3.'50 oll BWs .22 rifle, poor
barrel $.50. PFneo 2-4455 after
6 p.M aty. ..@ A
FOR SALEt Spee Graph camera
ro ti 1 ori newn
Cj~j lhiklJ ilafBu CW JT2.24


AESORTS
SHRAPNEf. fumWlhdhs* a on
, beach t 'Santo Clam-.. Tlepho
THOMn. Polbo. 177 v-2,
nings *


Clips. Oceimsde s onte
Po 7. nt 7
Gramlich's Santo Clara Bwich Cot
'tos. Modem convenfliems mod-
erate ratM&.,heo gGamboj 6-441
FOSTER'S COTTAS am Wis pa0nst
Sana Clar. -- Pon
Balboa' 246 h. U
WILLIAMS' Santa Clam raeds tat-
k-^fj, --il l ^ *A-- -JT~i AI
bg-,ecKimd Mmgonu, g
bedroom. Phone Pai6 90.


SFOR. RE-r
FO ET-ar1 th,, starig


FOR RENT:-For 15 mo th starting
February, completely furnished 3-
bedrCma house Paltillf Heights.
Coll 3-2052..


FOR RENT
Apamiau -


FOR RENT: Twobadoomrn apart-
ment in Bella Vistta Call 2-2601,
Panama.s _____
FOR REN:- Oneha-bedrpornm apart-
ment. Complete kitchen, new re-
frigerator. Basement in residential
house on 48th East St. No: 3.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment,
all screened, gas stove, Frigidaire,
Via Espafa, house b afo r e Juon
Franco. .
POR T: One Or two-bedrom,
, fuishd partments. Gobtdsl-'
* dential section. Phone 3-0276.


FOR RENT:;- Furnished opartmeits,
small, very cool -with baltany, Pri-
idoire, gas sto e. Bella V l, Tel-
ephone 3-1648:


SFOR SALE
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FOR 'SALE--2P6 r.M seftwlng
machinne, kttch-isr fsA,'thd's bed,
. boards, chalr, lImi i 868 Mor-
gan Avenue. P, .170 .-
FOR SALE:-Z- j -ueefrigerator, 86
cu. ft. with fmsre t, .53-B,
FOR SALE:-Houmsehd furniture 9nd
other artides. Going way prices.
Phone Panmw j1'1 1 .
FOR SALe:--W4i l refrigera-
tor, 25-cycle 1 fltk top, good
condition,. $200 5 CoIl f.~.5 before
7 p.m." -I, ,Co l A '_


FOR SALE:- 25-ySels; wahingr ma-
chine, heImboo livin v om jet, ven-
*ian bobd, rgfripgntor$15, etc.
AdOR M 3SAMLo r o-7

ACUA THY. 3-0264 or 3-37"5.


FO'R ALi-Frilldolre $100; stove G&I
$35; AnlAg table, 6.dchirs, side- cfi
board Id0; two lamps $10; kitchen tr
tobl.Zchairs $6: Holywood bed Il
S$25, A. for $200. Apartient a-I
vaolla ith purchase of furniture.
947iF aIser, ,st Phone
Quwar y 449 s s


WANTED a

WORKING COUPLE, no& it.rn or
pets desires vacation ih Co-I
nal Znes begInning J 8.i Woe l
SAlbra*.325ar, Ganimbe o648. I


FOR SALE-The best Christmas gil
for yourfomily: Concrete house. 2
str, r ooms. Price '6,000
Produces. monthly rental. of. $39C
SValue 0 be.doubed.In foure'ysa
R Io e terrs accepted. AGIE
'CEt t 1069S, 29' Central Ave
Phone 1Io069.


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.e O l z Help Wanted The m-slian. w. aa pupiln o
non, Army r.v-f and- blm SF 1 -Arthur dq Greet, who was a pu-
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Crowm, Army Tr~ger; Bert I. Twenty q. from the- : ut returned from
Brown. Air Force, xecutliv AsAlbdo lA Pnama Cl- ucces ut concert tour of ou8
(qm Ittoe (2 yr): Oharles A. Will M r Air C*I IS Ar America, where he also wuo
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Committee (2 yrs.); James t. t ,iam_ Paraty by .lo, lBrasi and Caracas. Venenmf
MDnel, Canal Zone Gavem- esa r. SAI nAdquartea T n r-Al a
met, Exe'utlven commiote 5 G rep Toi Ups 1 CrlOoi. souap d nistla
mf *e t)a Co- v, oo 50 penta for stu cents. There i
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Article 3of.Ar tbr t paper with en this year in addition to its an-. eMad.
tWel VII r y t d's unattached. nual Chriqtmas Cheer program,
t 2:80 the y5oBiers will be fir the pop. This is the second
S taken to the light line where year the. elfire society has un- -
Swill hee te-apportun lty dertaken a Christmas program. OLD MIRRORS
SC News amlne drrftof the ,o tu ,n I d,. ___Ot
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T1?h. A 3suo te Bwtrict1 wair d wi be treated to ice CnCa toe.n Panama2 2 -
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'fanning ara yAj he& at the r wie do I am ot le Cendera Pri&s are moderate.
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DEPICTING LIFE OF THE MElSSIAH Chibt, C bean CoM= q ek Iio Chuvch Wil But y t up10 ep"
A ballet eital depicting the jfe of the Meolah will be Cosetelertealn The s Civi Council In- .ters of twr of
i tril by the students of Mrn. Geauns Uaibergor l For CiL,OGaltan items altldents of Oamboa to t s.Iat bridge
Satl.S nat Albrook Air Force Base next Monday evening l 1.Ifsico Gaitan,_tt9c. ,-come and sing. itse. b. ..

ce recital are residents two months. The part to be mandoA. Costello at Qu rt Mr. an Antilq Arias The Decatr c
o r lrok API, between the danced by 'Mis WInberg would alrr Heights. Later were hot at their C mAlp- .
1 4 two and 1 years and normally be given to a student of Staff, Caribbean C gre hope last eve n it'
been studying the art of that had many years of ex- and his wife were hosts tor a ner boring Mrs. Ate 1a f
t dandb since June of this perience n ballet. dinner at El Rancho.. Pool de 8ol who la nIi anw gresi w
ye Prior to the start of the -- City on a visit to hMr eeea aa r: .. o v R
being started none of the The general public i fated Officers Wives Mr. and Mrs. Reynaldo 9Pool. between 0mh a
S Ih ren the recital had re- to attend thercital for which At Albrook Sponr Mrd ty, l. Ure a i- o R I
e|d,, dance training there wil beno har.. ,^orau. Danaub,- Mr. a r... -Jose .amo Gui: er co aitslE h ,p e- ,Sl .. .J
t brrwhhabe'O.{The Officers' ofado Jh. al to entertained re- catwr at thenas ore the Just rwho
TA BING brook Air Force Base will spon- ce n honor of the isitor id e stands.
..ofeassnal dance teaeber for Pn nlNR lTONIGHT /or a Christmas Formal at the ,It war lh b e rom o to
t :"ut year',"bs under:The DYfGEN. HARRISON ffier'nW Cleub on ThurgA Elmer Oarb II. os oo t dpproach *I
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her oW e t to e h e l. rng Dec. 23, from p.m to a .= ap proa h L-ag." .
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t Mea of the bildren them-. honor this evening when Lt. Gen. supply by th'e B.ty er, C ouxeih, ,miles. t oeobook
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ifi onre hrdhi atomc r- St had tem DURING DECEMBER
gofe rup e taltiit force to meet the threat of t Hmpby as been cool
t" o etarI h -o i.,to attack. t- a e-idf and cme Democrate
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r fisleseand tattegy Ahanage. President, in dluiRmind his a.H -
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.lamrted 0evenatidney Aanas won (No. Oon shoud oroy htw man cpet oing hadi .din meq e an Mo atn. D, 0, .
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e-seas titoeas itwalorip e A85-l7S. utr thua (cla hd1 bend Olsolns ate-Pon h hat bween mf 38xa theapupU Jafr he rophy fne ap 1-5 ponds BtOO Dee! 15O Ta^'goo. '] p* MB~
S orth Crolina State had down before Western Kentucky, pounds for any. leght. Sn.- MS ewtaxAto r. % O o~ tthw e, t~h, h
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'-ote Lear sank 11D r free throw In the Two fighters have volunteered TO LCTVRE wld0ottoilt.'eon.to aarrnds p a'
-t a ond t oe w closing mlnutep acd a total f to help the widow 'of heavy- famed sprinter Harison Dfl-. lsthed to r,, thel k ,p l e
gning monarch of the 30 points In, the game to give weight Eddie Sanders who died lard of Cleveland winner of Isthm t# Dee. 16,S. his NlW .h.followers to v ti.Des -rZ ge.v
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Kasrthe sixth victoryfor runeronPgdCoga er noTuotxnel10 oN.N9M
toehurate fight T"ledo-W eg an* dy 1 b0 cometer nhih hurdes Dnsthee T a kl A t e ,. 5r T nsr
North arolina State three-game wining streak, 80- good opponent and give his en W d l both 2'lto ,I Sam- ol I., Ark.S
Wolfpack, currently 67, as Pitt's Ed Pavlick outscored tire purse to Mrs. Sanders. uel.M a-"o .
he No. 4 team national- the Raiders' Frank Patterson, Whitehurst says he was the last G n cl'botDea Me h sa.oa
als will come right back last 10 minutes to beat Virginia, I late Olympiacchampionowas.Istop-the a t'o m .- 'w. Va. Wesley=
N 7h hpb i at the 7 M i 1thft hisN orm h" Lou a~, IM.
~ wtNo, co-67 tonightragtainstac 1at2-69,0 despite 28 pohits by Virm- ped b Willie ames on SaturdOay. - w i- a-
.'barolina. Clemson held rinia's Buzz Wilkinson; Baylor Whwtehur0t say1 -"He ws a rel .' aiy at thei Colon (Mli)'59
lose only or the ed all the way to beatOkla- iceboy.I'd lie to do all I can TURTVANTODD WINS mororereru by px es
itiIutes and then State homa, 80-79, as beonDicksonO help."in-asby tg suc ltfa etitedbl"e7
Middleweight Peter Mueller of ter .te m Dick D
I gu -clin'ching half-" boun:ds;oot )Decker's 25 he Sunday's .22 rf In c- man Dayet 1rde I thm
4i.of 40-24. six-eight led unbeaten Detroit toa 08.18M00 f his next purse to M.brtionQf "Dick ,M n Day" and IawardedIV.i .twelhtt .h em1110
t erk led the W pck wi over BuffaloDuke unced Mueller fought on the may aIa be ttened, the :. aaI lual 5 .n. a. e p .
point, but 1ll yrbo- Davidson 107-75. 'despite 5 same card with Sanders on Bat-ndue to te threatening 1954 RIPlMPI
o ha d30. pointsbyoweatherInthemorning, but the ship$for -secondI
hemh alifeornad ,a p int ber B los uers HobtrsCobb:uncdevLri
Calf48 hasWonkedMara ha24being no scorslorr:than 391 the year. Terof theseh&to
taly, w has. olnts for Waihington and Lee out of 400 amon te eight were il Jffr nham 8/ t a .
Oraitht gaies and Sy d oneySports Shrshootersthatok tt Follow- d i ttivBln B,, _* ikotlx'few
11-closee for' only ta lt Sydn home-courtygame,s 73 willrebyhofr sthmian to_ ye s saortin erDick e a very- A trltld event -
Dttrame:h-:47.".
't oh, n" t h em b y 88 o v er T ulsa, th e fi rst loss fo r B y U united P ressw .ll rtmathesmwer e flye ars, m. o-fteo w an ale ,,. e :
bas tha n Troladp. pite Bob Pattersons l ntOr here wh 'es lower than thYt tOwn e he a cii I i d -ra d ,ri
halft2ime"Ia d'27 polnts;34id Criatal'so 25 points won here with aweslowlr"than th0" wwtob lDoi,.,or h, d a .o Balbtimorehy A _t,
deesion ur (Calif.); Boxint promoter Jim r Sturtevant Todd an ancient In the Batei. TO-& the two fur-ondiemlpnar between
-.. ',. ".lu -h .paul, tro h Quincy, has told his lawyers to gue the and notable tropical :character,- erennial rivals be DIw-eman ea. ]uoe and Ma ial Mohinar
Snendous comeback and "Wichita defeated' Regis,2 nagaz; e Sport* whluatratedsforte wohisbeen making threaten.'= Taffray thetrphy wasA t 135pouds. mOOk- Dec. 15 i()--V

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,sasnbt.o t n ht, be t n't sth y the sthy fired_ a perfect score of 400 with ,14bitternes, but raher to h ofIO.- "ala'e 0, two.-m e r t
Stotl otaln LW aA ll e (Ngo. 1) s"iti Lafayet- Fabtball 24 'o over the fifty yard range r friendshipp ...b.I.
a e W Vi c Ao U?,..Zois he* imiCleveland Broawne have to take first VIaM*, and th r dup- i this conlactio dr l G af :b ;ase
,-, u vl t -l ,fic a to D ic k D ill mh a n tr o m- D I a -
ntnldib cmCleland's top Dk and ll afraY, as tha -
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Ito"gen,"tthntheat ethe pinil combsonlto.arrl- p 4_N:*.
nightC (No. 16) come from include: ameriCan uNsU, Manoa-tnallh aned a ntin cases the teacherses to .Ita1 7 i t _r.., vhiz.h3 .'2 g'pe S
1.6& Iou St., John's to fac wea chusetta-Boston U Rhode Is- sonal del with l as r hispeir as much pride n the. explo ta of Tot1lw
D*~i.a eas' oer.favat St, anensme'L : St. LOUI, (Na. 17)tire.ld-B owU, Colpa4-Penn St., respective scores of 398.28x and 'f pupiuentf he I re -im p ----lost-T1
ghtame lbackon .h 18) rebounds Georgetown (D.C.), Manhat- be icap-fewit togotandhe stwefornyoers aoab
ga 00oan fo-e e Ma .",. - gan. Se-to Hah-oranton, and what she-could to ruin Dick's frp' thisy: .I tulw4" pf 5 0 1 0)1 Gros0in lr, N.Y. -.(NA bb ie
lastanightby-. r i(o.p1) e atonght Toledo-Western ghl an 'day by compiling 30.-25a to "ompetitr Ditanee Tota as 5 0 2 2 center fies. and ttXGpieehs i, %0ol
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trao rdnary drawing, te c ,isioned Ledu tlene, Q de du&t of desert winds. A watilteal Barsh N ,M iad Air Force. -
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Sot, plc stadium tonight d c ve t lg away. tedRoodhard thid El t fi. A le of Thlee Ru
*ow' he* *at. 7:90- open at t Fe talent fisticutvy rnd th4 Albrook hour went 'ae'a onf ana buy, v lu Cub b
Ier ntrg Smok tnhoghvtyeteto fP namphal- t vetterwe.iht Dcin c o hnto ea. Sh aStSwsh thoe.Di mogat the1 wlm
at wt S tdmne war abru for b Di.orle er h l Br a.. so on a .o .Geonrbg eb.1k81 ddam e.c ar t s tc o peative A alo t a s e
e Bodamen against Chartey Don- the An hea tworsht ritt han at 1, of fort ameat Cdsled dt nneeto. hcs tho Cmistubs John our- Dec. fwith im
gl*'w" Douglas h racked up one bolr. Herbert H ,. n Mar ,, 6!| won over Lto re feree merWio'cak ed with ,78nd Bob nCatK. (aab1
c Di ai hSisawt n ay -o. o S windmp.g y s. of b fttelobbeo d.a., nthnu rreted us, cmpeng So-Wonr2guS.ri bgtle s 7e al I5tnrm.
yers. Joe Jade no Vie t* B V. m ankees to, lortor nes .K ?t 34 econd of the laueht D Thela won a fr- tan Mrs. John W..e
sMi Jacosesd- who pro- *lthe 6-l atk DJnner odaakd otheJurubaAt -VioScdesr pede
b N a'e timsMtnuI Basl. 1ny : they de- lan lArla e ho t otm cont, pt wined the Heavowclt Dlvipl lto of PanaM. with .i. 2 la Mrs.T m
Ste teas d thetSabte:rlhr-.to-thref eg, vl the PaLama y AromH dvantage aIen thbe cl t tnchei n onf h gaiuPG e o 2 k to .--p w s,
tr l gh at th stadium J a rter-wp to big Bill Byrd of battle. Jackson s eo ugh on aa fo m l Gtornela. C of Albrookal t ana At... d. ner card26 b4 ler, i5s.
ed ia. si th.t-qbw letnKobbtt the S ofoiteechadpg fegh inches InIet ,hefightr AFto la.d wcSle hsrbswe Seyo togCericuesl 1935h18 matter
n ithh ardlsew e ban wy out losr. waip scratched from lefdh reot, but the, toss Cmis sed 5iortr Top TesDweraom Hahle t

Sacob who pro ewdod George rcled leverly to kep e ............ 31 21 Mr
cry tagi imU a Arthur urni rhealeve d shimmren 4hcm nwho mo sed tldr s. re1, outfo effective range of outh-'Powe arage ... 24 7tonf pri s
i d out that. aroff. mTe -e.sms .:... u e bevhly b wpop iy from epI Dill yth s ped t aw throm atoni a N.C. Hope i anama ........ 941 Ba. e M r, T9
gine 6 oh thef. -l ^ "mlert af.mic left ha.d gave away l o os e enough ried to e d with his sweeping synonr Agece .. 1 ,18 R a er ad Mr
yi^!M ''--. SK .S **! B. :, fRO r.h dn.d fveinches in hea .tii left, but theA4e mlaased orl T10p Te4 Bwles Hatkl-M. 4a &
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a ti L r d itr One ou t. e atl monsr ousd 9u rRH won a awkward W i;arryng the attack, ...............;. 8 T Tl .
>4colath.in of i S S d "S'.J e CA *d Whe wild ng eya big-wephn .W. / ni^t
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mna to dwurn-ed anld the doe l uehenl *f' -T a I SS e
right fiser "*~u g.. Jpr n fler h t h-s a few stro' rights that seemed to have lt o effect a .............. 81 oaptarned by M.rs.Stn
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ealt mnn Afvne enm-r n his laurels was ion the third to take the his e, 'G. to Thm es . 234 106 161 5 .1 4 ,44-. w
sanltyr bimlgie h- h ners on an lntlW I out, the dan- Mi endes- obl te of Fort With his wi1 know-how do wh hUt. u o n co.tlen Anderson . 21 18 1 '8 87f. high aver
n4 win oar thr h art e e rt s Greff was valued t e 1952 Caribbean kg. Hie a better condit cuing. But f to take the off as thh e Stephens.. . 211 183 1 i *IITerhunefo tlgh
S, in w eeinto load thte bSa oturted bl second fentwel c Tares, conron int e frequently m fans yelped and "edto Crookp . '_. us a n8 x rn ]neaner'. Greene .sor
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. t hy were an second. Dickens forced Phil- At the ofne of the festivities to
S sp." lpsatsecond, e ardnl aat ndr. Sd a tudy.ih Brig. G W. t ..*.............-..1. o _
an added co.fuo.eg to lhwr' dl6gle a .to left brought awSrded t, M -** P" ,,
is a coarse hoax and that home Harl for the bogta rddrYankeeophie.lo t nma dddengs plad a sclas- l .''. .i ae. . ........r ,.r.k t o s to
as well as the manager's final r sn. r eview ofcs-turday'r ssults; **
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they got WOO ftor thAt of the ninth. Churn walked hhi o u od s: F.lv .si .n*th
pnam the ove." lias Oqorlo tanned. Austin Jose de Jesus Ro a-Ouzman, f.. i** a p gu ,i
is wasn't so. Nothing was singled t8center, Stryst ca Se of Fort Wbbe, C.Z., deal- a Df ta .
I reporting, that iwah how eto to Joe Tuin.ellwho oned LoraS Dln 110, of a.. ,
thq lie det-ctor. doubt right scoring Chain. camp TnMRrt o 'i '
r Austin rounded third and a n probably the slowest fjght rk he .J o l.....anl O -.
nted *e w-+l^e .^.elm/me s.N peaed to ho ld up, decided to try of the night: i .o..an gained the .I. *. */*' eap'illl4
to score, but heitated again be- advantage ah er an even first
fore taking off and wws out wt round. He scored on left Jabs and
i bn~ethre the plate when Dabek took the w ught crosses to take a lead over
S* throw from. right field .on the Dingul, who tried to counter *
bounce between the mound ad with right uppercuts. Dingul cut
the plate and threw to strWy-o his oppoteuahes a lhailiap withn uleft In. f
1hcovering-t the hird,-b it waa standstill OtLYMPIC GAMES. p
*Le- -. ~Bay Dsbek wo, had been a boxers scoring freauently at * 1
RayI Daeks w hor had each then's face. efftoa# ed the 0ye-
re ofeefbgethlhown I ohre fPnmw Panamw"eh Dsw ewet Diisi whe.l,"














nlteo three tripe fr a perfect ^aul Calderon, h118, of Fort P*i 44. .h. Omega. e .* h. .
night at the plate. Claytobn, CE., deciwloned Lone.l toiu th Helsinki O/- a m m
-=eked ameth t sawr y t stihethtwoe-timemtAStRe r-ool t e o h e C m gp tn d aitthef rsc b frat id eA $e. n t Wt to_4 III rfr













The le31 a u has announced Tortuserf, P. ioen-e hrijh swegtiduinhg
tcbohatth.ve Yankees-Stmoker Ae RieraolN w11 o9 Cam1LAveer receiverdi n














is originally scheduled for Friday tactles as be sbealthilCy kept out fa w ie3 2t of thr M en*
ng. ht wilL played Sata of reach of Colladoe s. uaiy- ..re se./. Year rante .
atSriIsfte potent lett d rights alde- of asM rt o. f'ri. .
A ll"mpon B ara n opened itti a barrage of fnien e .;i. en2.8 i' *pi
is rwill tour of blows which nced off the
a ttha.anheem forg-.tae tO n vea head and sho ors of the bob- n:-tpdt-..2 -1, .,
danced it onat the Sta daeoe dopnrenough...





























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, ...... "Let tw people know the s a.thn d the country i-, if -Abraha Lin.oln.

' T.IU WCEiO poUahed, suave, beautif u 11 TIITIETH YEAR PANAMA P. WEDNESDAY. DItt 1954



'- ttainment to a house pack- Ingly that touchIngly absurd .

atim- d performance that theaterR ad To ry
oy u witty, three-aoduct omedy taimpetuous and affection ron


suburban morals based on Jean daughter, proras Connie, the pre-
I o out to lay? Yes my y over th atae with a sort o amuel H. Sheppard pad. shou at the handsome, 30- to tbh once on
from floor to rafugh ter s, compulre of mgliterd atye tat i.rder defen rested its In the wind-up of hi cross-year- defendant. t eacha bonen


S5 the storytain rose o wh at hapis fulrghtencngly nd fiery id case today after an emotional examination, prosecutor John J. Sheppard aa bl wife was aec
o when Mothe Murray s yeault- e pathetically nuoi n scene in wnlah the boyish-faced Mahon gradually increased the murdered by a larg, bushy- e sta ard
hn nmpson's) pastin NewCanaan, g Roberlt Memmnger as defendant buried his faue in his tempo of his questioning and ha-red Ltruder. e hass main- bl ed death
a erous not anedt, reaches out a Murray. Ewoaerd fart-ooi fmct and wept before the jury. raised the volume ox his already talnedS teadfutl that the slay- aftqf an mS#l itis rela-
4 eherous Doot and trips her up lather who spends far too muc Dr. Sheppard sobbed a his t t ther .HehaB
a moment when. In order to time in the piddleof Long l. slain wife's aunt read to the ju- aing woman, hs e,
Sthe young and headstrong land ound for his family's a letter she hs-ad written ust other and gener-
Slwitty, three-fct comedy talbmia and affection. fe rather write uso hi so oman,




backpedal furiously on her the picture of oucr d father- JoOnOd to deathe in per b edls 1e arr tin ta te 8 C
burba r morals based on Jean e af s Cono te d as bo w d -
I fed M n wn deraned wth CLEVELAND.O., Dec. 15 (UP) 4 of -year-OlMarlySh-p--booming01tlhewas .kno




ih out to lay? tyest. imy ly over th e 'sta o with tcesort of lDr. Samuel- H.ttheppard' pasd ho tin t.e-a dsome,30-. 1wt once on, ees v gtdp




da4 eten I f, as Mother Murray Norman Mite ey, the sin- wmurde r deene rested Its In the wind-up of his cro-e of Maho de eh and .m-esa ;ppl-bone in
| tired, tired of sext" or job a s the boyfriend who finds a it ter." Bote s t o fctr" tlat beat
hto that effect, n there may his fanese and her family aemoti onal at prosecutor John Shep rd wie w
Smow amnon the audience mos t too much for Ahim. mine D wese an boyish-ed. d the murdeedbYa ,bushy- i e thm i prd
dnte, in enfelt agreement Do h Keith is nine as the Muad,- ar.e cou she We inhistm p i ed i6ne high-pen ed eat
t. Maybe, the theater's ray's maid add we hope to se th thee ieaf eadtaneteatth the a h slay- tum e hei herl-
roupation with sex her up fate he n bigger who apend better parts much Dr.heppard sobbed as ounhe




'sp enough ant ye to as g a futre. o S eppara, Ipaded case." blheeryin reah at
inardeler eo tm Inetheminsoh ifLng Iesd d. dv BofH t he d sas nl thl
mea aomnt whenal ot iunie toa tns t the aistande of rln s It- was l a ini a n to the tJu- oery urust hed tO ta lake
t.hs young and headstron land B ound for his family's good rt a letter she ha d written uostg e u r s- e l ot f he sai rwa In . -





et t whe fom forelly sh e must becomes palinfully aware ofer th e aln c on. p- cor beig o d of nd 1 g t thes -at e r a



f ya ere a the treitnd of t ies ter-ar othe I escn Colmm n loes eJug app3d- -0 k ir e
I ghte and unfaicr,"i Sheppd shoutedt
P ckpedalnfe urouMylonner thel picture.f loo rad to fathe geoned dato dea thbinre n rbedl ta -01dusan&.MLLI "





ep g of It;oornof9theplayers mnd en t of pr c ions b- in aetn b bt h side
ho t heris het lprithiee ot- comde mror a ndworeg profeon would e pMarelyn had informed the. e Thn I t e ba a r

Theo's isetedormsntnlne thetired difraauntec tMors. Mary Bromwn, that she oa p af t Miss Ha a nt atthe
si thuon Is an Interestlo his world onatered to the leath-cDr.-heiemmaculate.Inrte. -i-ustlatTl Ito ai o b' --- ...
a l~e- f,,ase Mothe Murayh Thr dn- teNormanMcW hiol Mhe inbabyr in' ts deadu "Docr hthto r -'r,. whenhyou te sti fie












hi f, a s thrl ju n in a s h iur Wmi o ur e eaor mueecear toh nttad .tShonocuwgbhi t i "ydete s. sHeAr he p ar d s ep nd.
aers the di stage at theI gle minded cSassp o "Remains T oM o. oab hks we h
t, ired, tired upda g Gaoly n Joas of tat the boyfriend who finds a sitter an c1",1e







Sto that effect, there mayhies fiancee and her family l- F ollowing Mrs. Brown's t este It th
tog Off MAY.on an unv n-Thplay IstW orgo tot. ehera ..-







w amongdwi o u th e audience most too much tor him. uty, epa end neay Foe u o. "ou welIer lout t
In heartfelt agreem ent da Keith is fine as the Mo Oaro r ose a dsil .S"No, sinwh r heppald oh














R n maybe, the theater's Lray's maid and we hSeoap te e y te''.that tR ent 16 hS. "Ohdi through a-ish t atH
li:-on witth se hand Y UdnII tan .mIdGao ha n a bferandobetter par- tsot m ehep e nd a ntSan eh noea." h -Tg t
enoh and tnstoS o rtsr eror the asWeun f .h....burT
La rlesloeebit.tJuvine k tnkstohe tandardno It Two A:0R n.m. bi the 10t hh er -y rush e
n aesome. cellence both in cl ting e nda l- d y of the defend ae-s c lae a dd the o elt fell off n t he bt- -. r
i', however, (in no fault of rectolnpe achieved by the Theheb)r 40seh day Of the first-edegreem er- o, of tand Dot -those rs







I the c~tlmrea t fromtemonp he aGeNo WAN TO LOOK T he prderedb. "e felt theat Mis w
author who Is me o rely0 ol- u t ri m ed t t ta bie n er t ed h u b ep on fid h ald In th- Xa, and other plays-o e hedartedurt to.a,
the trend of the times theater-goerwon the Isthmus can Common Plats jui Cri-pno ear, s parsold knochi o.







oel aesuplay now'eook forward to the enjoy-twlrd Blythe in a remarked at ththe ethd l gir r n heepparda shout
o epe'of I't; or of thets players meot of productionhethat be- final rwaing by bn e th sidesh bcTa sir, M sht c tie
wll. it all they'vve gt- come more and more profession- whuld be suspe nde d- until allhThen, inoc he ne l r ah -,a-







oonsiderables e8d.ca exhibits areyexaminedesnen b rle d weiDprard to r
doe Marol reha4in bnIoe wma i oshieus a dh did not tell the detruthfsebs-
AndnwhaA a roster of players pehp A PuGiw due to testimoy ilttno0ues from rebutnc
i Fre-eisp t of all Goene the inspired diwectne of Fred .alsosfusegto ur leMseHosath
tt S h t ob thewutheC _tque otfiarout Into- aya lhe
yin the role of Ann Brest, a newcomer O IaiDcDr.hhephrd, aImmaculate in $O(I)CIACnRBU.,oyinoln
Mereayn writer, Cle-hmean theaters troup, wwhonAusgrnyda dat -am bh e1aMrs. I"oomoD omOrsedtohut i








V e.-. Ld .stotsigtof r n e ao nd erDoctrwrnthontestfla
there lurks just enough P a gYhouse, his Ugnher i. o tstand.huSoon he e lastingt WNehisNtotha tthe washthisd o y ou in th









athe .'a m ords a m othrat in- wt h slt the den .an.lf M rsf. lips and. o w en Ope J "o s wndYes sweife w seppmurel-.









tt m- rrg uila s wife and .l snkinta at th e ilcidf dream ao w
iMst tupandoadbeei-d he and Marilyn, 31, were "WDidu 1pthertruthofthere?"
W oo o itTi Ii, sa m'ust'% thr-
od wsm fth D glas It hni esso xa t'esl, MaPticketvieButs u l-ep re dot t p he e d u sru-
ocurne- h ,Twyhousen they plan toRal for t ddojo'alegt
n mtwhh AnjO). rhhrnace:t A r jOhrdaysaas hi o. e he e idar CO itl hyes-ddwceor?"
aii e r r otoh hehat sf r lfI'llre hi m p o teotd.r.o ble acPhrd e Mr.rt
-..thedthe oteeh 1i44t h eteu t atel @tthle
d iv thef m andit r Dk omn u':s an d l e t hia..3 1, B .a ui


g l et eb a ck.naenfelteth attM iosanegV esA
leave thei aut;iles Ae-_MomentthetyOErN'teWA.NT TO LOOK ..The ptreofofHemurreae reparticularn
[ydcmeu tof theMmountesothewLaloeasatmodnfdoabe on bereeaethbed were to'muehrdtDr.nacduertohyp.r
ier 1 u to watch. m sl y Thursdayuntil the final minutes pard ad the prosecution grilled hiz in crou4Mmination. ,ewer." ,i ti
-lf A A .an .tits Jaywoo ,, of the state'sb relentless crot-ex- "'I don't care to l.otk at themr. he NW :w h chief prose. charges. Atnroght is -o
o 1-up a n e iaeuteon abour the death Julacuter John j t Mafon, discussingthecate deathup.
rt er e ...* f eposedlDr.ta rnatakenanotheryooksed by tothefphi12o milesewetOfSacament..'
SN r 1 dthe vJidms smashed heah.a -
.I .- N The iksLiof iCnalk L KCanOp. .Into.aarrig questionedriirtf
atio." "d Ju'ZMarly Amomeu. wo thnu father in So n s a 2 t 'park-way strip-td
',.". -f hisoro5000 w ar oh im.fT hefd efend a ot rn gd.p
,, ONtotherpavementInn heseatoatrthetodefeat-table,
.hMar a,' mn m c|nOt ilcAs.,r. Pr by bothrf tule oInjuryca. .Gsme l ..S

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