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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
 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.
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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: AA00010883:00596
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4pgo out bluntly to say that the U. S. Citizen residing in the
S public will not be affected with the commissary and other
I ieges that the Panama Canal Company offers for employ-
S- t .All is very good now that the Republic has a sight or
S_ pledge that the Americans are getting out of Panama
Fast.
ow let suppose that the other workers loose the privileges
B % do you think will happen to Panama. Can't the business
i forsee that the Canal Zone will have to stop purchasing
Sttaoles, meat. sugar, soft drinks and even lumber ,from
S 0oilgt the non-UB commissaries will mean a mass lay ff
ployes from the docks right up to the commissariea. The
Sar luaminess will be shattered, for it la these employee
take used cars off the dealers hands.
tpoemployment in the Capal Zone will also mean unem-
ent In Panama because there won't be that purchasing
ir. Wqasy elrclating every ffteen days.
Scity o Panamaj get. drjinklng water sUwhat
'. I mf" tno?ifwater wil become a contraband item
Mi derived from the Canal Zone. Then what about other
ers who have contracts signed with the Canal Zone for
n try and commissary ptreges. .
canw ee the whole thing leading right up to the disad-
1' of the poorer class of Panamanlan. once again I
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HOLLYWOOD Everywhere
across the African ppd 4AiAIU
worlds, the Soviets are w
mighty motionn picture ma La
a weapo o stir VrevaS*
hatred against us andour-
Mbis. is a war we're, Iosjng.Sry.
night a war on
screen which soon must ake
streets of the non-white .world slip
pery wlf.the blood ot our Asianc
ana Africkan friends.
The Soviet movfd nakpf tve
film to -ustify the J4a1.
fiers as spies. 'lais's m ,
the Peiplng script wItert'
"Let's -Ut Off toe Dqvil'tp
The Red movie makers have
films attempUng to alienate In-
cua's workers from us, films try-
uing to stir Asiatic unions into
saootagef our installatlons,'s;d-
films deliberately designed.. td
needle Africa's new unions and
native, workers into bloody riots
and revolt against our allies -
especially in the vital uranium
and gold fields.
Against the heavily finaqed So-
viet celluloid offensive,' our movie
industry can do little unless our
own government breaks with tra-
dition and goes on a global pro-
paganda offensive itself through
ohicially subsidized American
movies. Otherwise, we continue to
lose.
For example, not too loig ago
Prime .Mister Nehru's Indian
government refused to permit
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer certain In-
dian A2my and railroad facilities
rofe l shooting of MGU's "Bho-
wat4 Junction." This script ia
asked o an Intelligently a" d sen-
altively exciting anti-.Comnuist
novel.
i lthe. same tme the Idian
g rofant .has done little about
the Communist Influence
Otf rJl.Bwtje, .indu.Y. ',. .
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ample, produces documentary
films.
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shown in every theatre. Yet or a
long tim indeed, the cp onn-
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We also have all the accessories
ERECTOR:SET$ & ANCHOR BLOCKS
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This film was produced by a
suosnuiary oX tne Comimnorm,
cUelu tue world Federation 'ox
'Iraue unions, MoKcow's global
labor sabotage outt, Its high comn-
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now.


The incidental music, comrades,
is by none otheu than Shoatako-
vich. Lyrics by'Bert Brecht, auth-
or of "Three Penny Opera." Pro-
ducer is Joris Ivens. who has just
been named to the high command
of the Ressians' Worid Peace
Council, as a reward for his rev-
o tionwy flm6..... ; .
I sponsors acti&aRy say that
it takes the camqpal against us
and our allies out ojthe stage
of "uinorganized revo' and de-
liberately alms at provoking the
new labor unions ofAffica. Part of
the Soviet film should its. World
Federation cf TradE dnoils meet-
ing. in Vienna recently. The
thought here is, of eore, that
only the Sovitt's labol organism.
1ion can "save" the African work-
er. The strategy is to fire up
anther front to divert us trem

This soAt of visual propaganda
offensive literally, tightens some
m.ib people here wl*nlt know
the impact of the fihl aid faml.
iar glamorous faces. The movie
men I've spoken to tell. me of the
tremendous Peiping fUi industry
new springing up to dope u the
hundreds of mli ons of good Chi.
nese people on whom we must
solneday count fo military sup-
p&t or for aati-Cosmuniat rev-
c-ltion. Sovietized China's baby
flm studios have produced 57 fea-
ture flms, 210 documentaries, 40
sntific and educational uns,
rare 'than 200 newsreels and ts


S-t batch of animated cartoons.
hUOY Mouse to the rescue,
.. .ease, All the 'Red films are
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who starred d r yeats b a ja.
:soap opnCla "Second Insband." lis
now deteting most of her tiUmd to
the Shakespeare Theatre "andt Aea
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oon in the gentle hills 'ear Strat-
ford, Conn. She's helpipg the emsq-
paign to raise $100,000 for the proj.
"It's rather ineredlide, I think"
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geLtting around to something like BOb CmmIlags Mel AM la -
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.acme $800,000 to England's Strat- especially important to Mel Allen.
lordt-n-Avan Shakespeare theater. He got his break because of at
Don't you think it's about time we Christmas vacation. Mel was, gdAN gI
didt something as wonderful for to college in Alabama, and came to
ourselves" INew York for a week of fun. He (
Well, don't you? Iran into a friend from home -*1o
-- convinced him that, while he 'j I.
Kitt) Kallen on one.night stands: Iterd, he might as well take an qu-i
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lag in a diffet: *, d every lt '
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mLpt situation comedies bave.got- er. Xmas marks the spot.
fr their laughs out of someone's -,-, .
ajiRtty, generally that of a hus- The four stars of Giu-Co M -- -
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--u- .pla' --edya-chracter -naed DfW 6* flo gltiflmib children
MOahplayed a character named born to teenagers has doubled i
lem osam, who was a positive the last 15 years in a "wave a
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FOR SALE- 1950 Cadiltac-62 four.
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FOR SALEs 150 Studeboker, wq
cored for by original owner, $600.
Phone Pangom 3-5320.____
FOR SALE:--Nerly new 1954 Chev-'
relt sedon. Balboa 2-4466.
FOR SALE:--190 DeSoto sedan, e.
cOllent condition, radio, leather.
Trpbol, 70 Cntrol Ave. 2-3004i.
FOR SALE: 1942 Dodge 4<.ded
*dpty paid, $125. Very good trqans.
pdtrtlone. .-4268 or 3-3254. -
FOR SALE--1952 Ford 2.door ta-
tiol woaon. Phorse 5-586; \
OR SALE:190 Chevrolet
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2-2940. House 766-C;, Br
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THE SWIMlI POOL Assoclotion:
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FOR SALE:--Boxer pu py, f le 9
weeks 60. Phon 6-377 Gwno@
FOR SALE'=- WincheIter .22 t
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$38; K opok sleeping bg $1
Momlittn 17-ewel pocket wat
$12; V4-hp. motor 25-cycle f
Apax wsher $5. All above, ver!
good condition. R.C.A.. ironer fo(
prts including good motor, 25-cy4
aei $3.50 all. Boy's .22 rifle, poor
.~berel $3.50. Phone 2-4455 aftl
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FOR SALE:-Speed Graphic camer4
i o ilate, with oil Kccessories, ine
jonditier'. Call talboo 2-4274.
"- ".SA " ElIctric train, set' .
*With accessories, 4 transrformers 2
and 60-cycle, $70; three beds With
matreses $5 to $20; drpser with
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beat CHRISTMAS GIFT, otj Fet
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FOR -SMlEt - gy ogarigep, baby
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Aocacli. Phone Navy 3 13.


FOR SALE:---Apartment size G.E.L .,
Sfiligerator, 60-cycle. Consider trad4
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duty4re, TRMe for light, duty poId
rr. 8-ram. Revere movie camera,
19 lens. Keytone projector, 1.8
lens, like iew. 'Trade for shotgun.
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8ATRDAY EVENING AT GOLF CLUB
.. eir Of tte Pa laa. Rotary Club and their ladeas
a buffetat the Fanama Golf, Clkb on Saturday,
In obsevaeee of the holiday season. The affair sl
I .n Lldl AscarragA's orchestra wil play for damn.

Gives After dinner, the group will at-
moo For tend the Theatre Guild play in An-
COL t coan.
Quarters One, Quarry Heights, -
wae the scene of a reception last iss Neal- Will Be
ev8 ig wphen the Comamander in Wed Tomorrow
Chef, Caribbean Command, Lt. Miss Marguerite Helen Neal,l
Gen. 'William K, Harrison. Jr., whose engagement was annound-
aud Mrs. Harrison enrtained in ed several weeks ago, will be mar.
honor .,aol. ,r-Cftl u -Galtan, ried tomorrow to Mr. Rodne y
Mnistdr of D e e f icaragtla. lichard Seeley.
*. aahlta eis r af The bride, who i the daughter
ter an effiia) visit o1verraldays. of Mrr .Joseph B. Copello of Curw2.
du Hights will have as her only
Bfryla'T. BBe N t attendant Mrs. Shell Heath of Pe-
pr D9w er. .lit dro MNigue, who will serve as ms-
The -ove!i 1M th Canal Zone, tron of honor Mr. Ronald Seeley
BrigiJobs SB. Sey. of Cocoli willU serve as best ian.
Iod, SaM d S.Iod will be The- wedding will be at alboa
Wfta faow .Ennerti evening at Union Church at 7 p.m. with .e
the Go S NLe honor r Ing Rev. Alexander H. Shaw office.
enter Mrs. Henry C. Dwor. ting.


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Mrs. Robert Crowe, the mother of
District Court Judge Guthrie F.
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Court at Agcog where se ol
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McKeowls Announce
Daughter's Birth
Capt. and Mrs. Wlilam Me
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arrival of their senead 4AUter
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Capt. Meleown sa hioptu
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where he is currently' -ai d
WhM iloen CotMiM Dan
On New Year's Eve
The Washigtono Cntilloa Club
-amtounces the canell ties of the
dance of December 28th.
All menribers .areminded that
reservations Jorte a ew Year'a
Ev4 Dance, nta. maft;be made
before Dec. t0, PleaIs *phmne
Don Brayton -s-20 or. M o e.
jate Ch win,.lW :HeM .
ChritMas CmelbeatioB
The annual Chrutmas Celebra-
tion will be ahd it the Qatua U-
nion Church i T:00 p. .a SiAn-
day. The children of i Sunda
Sepl will present "The Little
god# of Chbitnma."
An Invitati p is extended to all
ifends on the, Atlanti Sda to aot
tend. .
The children aereminded to be
t ihe chure by r6:50 p.m. 0the
evening of the. play. The will be
a rehearsal for the play Saturday
morning at 90O P.m. ljd -1l of
4-e Sunday Scehobil cldfren are
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th t Jerry o terr et towel ove r hed nd the chmps' r Joe Ron o
victories d led No lead enn tate to a new school slight a ihe outer corner of tlle, welrweight Jose


S'-t then tashcorinf record in a 110-75 vi- is left eyebrow. Panama, midleweght and Wlle Duggan o B ght B
rdt r itse second l orh St. l e. aid t e Pn the avw h winner is no sh . Amy . .)





oei season get the Dace with crushed Boston Un., 104-80; "k i h ead"inothe I
l ssns, led W.c.orl St. bLanis (oe. in)dOed Ie B own B er ds' SSJhb iid i It e-
StheOklahomaee Aggin_ deow dnmp 2 ro2 bwhebd- yh di.d Kw lt awat
s'beatit, 50-r. In oth. ep PaetmeasltM Taihe middleweight kfrN on- i







staueht f es to the Pn D StrutO.a ,hAS-49; and Regia ceded that Langlois was "a hard e I
us e hld upset No- night. H i uette upt M t- tlt" sp.ewa I trophries here afr thed bttlesin Fort00 Aer
*' was't 'too much of sored 1: Jisse Anel. te star r upced on-a pia eof ice. He bad tamweigbt: U t *iu Me endes fobles of _3 to
but that final 20- totb"l end, scored 33points to acrathes on his, forehead and a of Antille lightweight B Bollinger l o -
rin was. lured thue le d enn State to a el but he new school slight cut at the uter corn te weerwe Jose oft







itlesrw own ball-co ror we Byreat o. r-ald. .
6 at halftwme8 t then scoring record In a 110-75 vic- his left eyebrow. Panama, mid lewefght an d WillieD Loca ig ht
d it on in the Msond half story over Colgate; Massachusetts He id the (Managteeme Panama, the h eavywef ht winner, is not sho. .. Army Pht t. Gsii
Soeeon set th ace wit..uhed Colorado U t.- herty) i e wanted me to speed 1 pd
shots. Bexson led l scorers Rhode Island edged Brown, 51- trm "ka g he" In t ,




1 points..t the Wrid-Mal keep going like I wa and Eae




By rwon the oameon te n Otht. a City-Texar it for later." wery WALTER C. WATSON little second eYan- ate-
deicit with 23 the N.A.I.A. pre-d ran n. to o lnger wast," he admitn Cas The n, b the briln pre game r-n d Samuels p





Swas nei Tom la racked tonHal- an." and Pt effort o to thedic t, ,haa n tak
utBe Maleading L Hr72 -55; St. oph'd te Pa.)l beath on V larke -e cam wmi theleh ko'
t ,. t gOtaa por; s hRegis ded that and grinned This a throuh with their victor and to ..
S atlo*de4Cre Bhe. 92-. unman to tiFht" especially in the

i.tl.ed thea a- hurled in hno g Fren Bt, fIn but the never really hur me," h he and missed (Bab .) the...
i own bali-cwnrdl.Me lyrae.. sald.
sH a lt rad.Otli Wle'ading taman include:y never manager, Jean tokes rom openfour to end the wo o
s.rulledIneUt. F i sn (P. I rona College 61, pp toy of the seao f eve round m owev
dhalf bitn taTempleS Nt. John's C01 Cd- I'd sk bBid (Manager14 0,r o .
moft.wihakdo.- oArIf he-ewantedhme to speed rouad-roVdani
l e e c 4-52 iaI-1ha to thCr ta little and he naid to new jf
S -.!On', I.- rid-Mlsmi keep going like I was and sae "-
on the o t (FI.), OkIhon City-Texas It for later." By WALTER 0 WATSON little Dsecondm r tae Yan-
for a hra, and the opng of Olson said ithe French chal- kees, had three ftopClar a W
ib with 3 the N.A.I.A. pro-sasn tourna- longer was "srgrnger than Cas- The fowmen, b1l" the bIfll In preVIous gamts4we as Over-M B pk
tw to e .OKgPM ia et l an I Ct ltis of ct. thelani" but "not' smart as Ga- lant pltdblog of. SSocha. o duer sr a d hitopwhallo td s tno.
mera Tom Goia racked vilan." and the sta lr ote h e t e






















(Iaa eat aans- oreshm end Oth tess. Dut niothe bto.mAas n : g
b etL ng LSealo o Puarle, He rba i, p on hl rubbed the small gash on Vtbert/ Qir ke iW ued cafro m wi th t he o p~n a r bolre dlteIaF*4_.. .4 1or de,
Playground Sports h is bro and grinned, "Th. is through with their and l .i.a-.o_ to tS
my C, 1tmas cut 0r m, .i- o7,o0.teu
V? N a sr" m n ke then .roaring ,lan d runners ot ut three hI o r
.OT JUMOR 1W SCHOO e. O r n t.hO. ern th drei .oe nOidht an tS B
-WRIESTLINGO room, bitter charges weree Yankees off balae ri g h t fast ba throuath middletar te and Floren
























I and Wshe bt.alf o rd, Waged S rh
Z efBta- hurled in machine gun Fre through th ie and was but b dtha)t Graft w _aad msed (a) Rw --
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l icompettioo) Bre ol e on i stoa tout whon.Spider WII Satheuo ayb IU.st 2b oi aE r
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the dstur ,m heel. York on | ao neo
anuary venth-. t W. a
a okhit thatl
nakedd 1;- Year9worsenedPresy a
ar-tW-wi es o-mg itiM R .18o tense r
Altoathe do.,YUhl. ".ThenrsofOa.not thnew
pr honors Ice io.;,..and = gaping...Me I poInts.- moe bgs.
hadn' turned t4V cuty ntan wha.xoce pt s
t p the p1, the bg
an broadcat- ed h,., angogh ssa ;_ _, through, N. State eentg o hs he
Oho tnes pregglala henwna bell3Ond :weven wdoe

an all-out counterattacuPntfrot maRony a c..I
Of,. elsafour- r :ssor
hi.byIa th ad and sThAworsenedrmed, for
by Osto twohmaj .or+.re l J- Daeln's NattolM0ai
,'tmeUnce thiof
mro i Bursaf of r Okl. withnia r. ,,owhwaLseralefor
a1tota M l t udws,-a ltem inSsonidetails
haromcwUnited Pressoff! has d dded to oi te

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s a 'lk ,rlttB of the inokMS

oratA', in
tckson a. LoM are t4.u i, d to-'
ansas h a s Caroll e will leave the win-
,Buddy and Norma (tpsloI second
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Bldt Chll iMtd


la the Chri tmas holiday
WU AAA Battalion uw dho
ethr itmU s iorn-
yn at. Clayton
t the various bat pos-
jpt the battalloi. *
S"One vp At -*A Day"
aM1 will include the atu-
apd faculty, of the 75MMM
vrper school,. Fort AmL-


school gym thean ; hold 100.
Waynetown ju#t makes the post
office AJaus with 58 residents,
but the school can accommodate
2400 in its new -basketball build-
Ing. Thpn there's Thorntown, a
bustling community of 1360 peo-
ple. Their spanking .- new gym
holds 319.
Taking these figue into son-
sideration it woOld seem that
when, say, Waynetown High has
a. home game, customers c o me
from the countryside.
Altogether seven of the new
vymnahim built around the bas.


lual winning particl- ketbal'lrazy belt for this season
id the high scoring bat- have apacitles larger than the
be presented appropri- -
rds at a battalion cere-
Lt. o. Veto Blskaltls. a M alIa M
ymond Arnold,.. Wol- .S A Ned
iletit, and Refreation .. j
0Od AAA Battalion i.fl f
CGaal Zone, will. supe .
I a thle Arlery-Quad-
)ec. o0, 21 ana 24 starts

Dec. 22, Tabl Teis oilers ardin loft ait
YNo) sorvlqeul 5DWI .sCardinal tamsiade the

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m otest 9 .kering all e-:'ato eNew Trk iaitp t
s Th a lf nere- 8p rtrokr m w IebAl Dark, outfielder -. coms fr
a the.S'-Id.on.tDec. 1 r0red 1 D e 11 . d southpaw Johnny An2t il,
Ix .A led ;era, ;"- ---. .. er .jaonal Leaguers are
l '---..,ter firs h. : at basemi Ted 10ua ewaki of g1W ;
uter ^ C~incinnati, utfielder Duke ani-s
r 5 Il aidbr 9 Brooyn and right-band- P .
Sf ., er Robin Roberts of Philadel- TO a'

The bn te the b t e. e cave .....taay Henry La- m n .


ing point.fake worked t er months. La r an League All-Stars watchingme
asto a llfor two adews team overhear has made no move --
,.u-on--e.,-# M .Sa-,R'-_ cha m hlon catcher JLAM 'erra vofNe e



arolr r:bas oa do a nd threeClevelandI nda l o
rt ra -' .. -at a ad* a M" Aa w secondd ba -.. a Booby .'Avi. Hrc" ea e
We that fr t#" tid ri a r
ledto r ao 3 g itt ogo l!ou lloB fB" th ird -m,,.t uioa Th.ey Alrul- ,iTU,
qTh Wil1 -1 ,wi u -bandet Ane
I.The bvill a te ba .- 5_c.tive ..e ta Henry La-" r__ .
VF i i. were f &c mi.Jay tblatb larweight ti-."_
S- a it came 0 ,0 0 0 -t. : Lt lecaed in the i' divo ine bteis







.-ena 30 S SaM olw pa. idr
Inglein t. 0 a keI worked Gzof MTher ..nths.Lar p i iesm
to a tiod and two count A. i aldler .has inade no move ..
'ea pored a fast one thto_ t.O**' e defeil"Ur1the title since r .






... --"Al.. teb 3 0 0 -0 4
g loebfht1e, p 30 fr o 0 2-thew
arke p 0. M 0 0 0 'Christenbers I d re
rfvf s iti ,, tre of. soon ft T. State Athlet c, sis, &p. ,,te ,n.
Iames wasd l ata nitht He e d he w Te won1 1 ae Tb
-lVled toagbet an Psknc in fok i a t 'Wf flt,-3oA-flI i ulltlB was release by -
lcial trips totw-plate upl es Cardinals aftere rt a'wd


ii Te appointed Tahnnv The -U ,
ipw, 00 4.t 0 5 P I w t9 make a boot._tion it ofte.wiras e acha w
Lpowis, lb .4 1 12 1 T -.t get fi"- 6SI1m .mtlu ge O o aarWlkIom Hal
tJ ~s.rr 0 ,- -L 4 -1-3 0 LUB farm- tIS years., is;l,. w XL
.4 A 0 0 hledin the first divi2ont 0ine aq -mee
2 0 -0 2 2 0Q0ill00s 4 won five peni ,. sad,
il30180 -14..30180 o,- ,ES,
h aIA.,2b0
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Totals 31 2 42
YANKEES
ad PRIT, WILLIAMS -
alers ab r h
Oraff. 2b 4 0
NEWlpa,rf 3. 0 0
eni, 9 4 0 0
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turkey Shoot for
The. will get under
2 A dollar to enter
1 4 e ahoot a turkey and. a
2 0 botl of V will O with each
' ten. T l happy people
S2tca h turkys from the.
1 0 I available l( you
o4 h, tt g n-.' Hot
4 u and cool

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"Let the pe..ple know 06. truth .'" te.. h oeiry to saWe" Abraham,
P GT.N. Dec. 16 (UP)
te Houe tody a TMRTTH A PANAMA, IL. .Ti, MDA., 18. 1g-04
tppp ent~nI of Nelson
t-ller to be special as-
to President Eisenhower
uied of cold war strategy n -Christ Blacks O t X
...ellered yest.rda. B lk O u X
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erseoretary o-aeatt
and Welfare, the,
FWM mae His nwap-
t is effective imme-
efalier will undertake ad : U1
I operation formerly per- I
y.D. acksonwho was By FRED.SPARES Recently, In a town near IIl . .
W e 'Roue specialist on lions B ehind of the FDJ
a gica warfare before e TOYO (-NEA)-At this fine ( mmu t ius Mman Youth) oy.. a
] -to return to Tie, Ic. seasonn of good will is it not fit*. potogr aphed teea.sgers entering the.
a new post, Rockefel _ergr the Free'Werild tO' pause chure posted the a naps on a on e"
,. and meetings of the cabi n touht-and prayer.for fMil. school bulletin b o r d aside s- end him
tie National Security Coun- lions whose Christmar is Maqked %ketchew of witch doctors an fire
n''th' 0ouul on Foreign Eco- out by the anti-CUhrist? d s. Another rt of eShpp am-
.o'-li cy,'and the Operations This occurs to a global corre- a to split youngsters am re-/h
hittingg Board which was sondent on the of the Iron gion by ridicoule. d
ce" orl known as the Psycho- curtain who w one edr hears..b .
1e S1 are -5trAtegy Board. ,Mery Christmas!"-and with, Santa. i pictured am an evil
,oekefeller served as coordina- the oer hears thump-thump- servant of Yank uIm rialism- er
r o*?nter-American Affairs thump of Soviet ackboots hauling and as Uam Rd Sa adow 'the.o
iwthe late President Roose- yet another year of victories Star of tlehemr
r II He Was'gn, nerve center of the I'n RgnId, for -the first time
....t lring World War IL mincegt Is eev ne oo, fa birds and: i l ll
""ed the Eisenhower adminis- confused West, empties on Christ- .akrsib a.e-aall b i. L. d
aon -iupon the formation of mas, jamming outgoin transport thi'c r casb "r a h a lul. n '-. .h a
nabw cbt Department of for hometowns. But tere is a do's l on- e chmbqr .halls men
Mho t who onee were crinkders now Rio&
education and Welfare. huge, twinkling tree on the White who o w l cm .er .. sde... of the m
,____. House lawn and carollers sere- tk ,l of c p i orr
L'+.EL~m~a~a VaL nade the President with "Po-existenei," while outside--i.
,-na. ,.tm Noel, noe joit I spirt cf Dickens red .sai e e .
.. tbst n'.. .che~euec groups sing:
There is hardly time for-carols d es
I JI along the sweating.. water buffalo "God rest ye erry Gentle-l
... trails of Vietnam. Fleeing south . ,en i nt_'
Cnnln tion is an endless line of Roman for Chrilftiafs inside *ad China. Crnr
SCathosRecently released from house ar- a'
(.p Tb C-a-tho--- lic oe xds. t peie-m"/ + ~r sIo osee '"
SDec. 16 (TiP) The Several ndred thousand, they rest in unan poe, Father "

.. o' m ut doib ChIsas Evea elhge.lohlofa .le me ar e here, ny reesa seon~s 8 IC -
the ne fo aoee to co, eh t esa i





Met. EatGtna og Ernest Tnfnt
,. ast gni- refused to compromise their faith C A [a, est l otz, o enw ler, sac
Rfi 's "peace" wheng democracy 's diplomats. Hel-~ lbIU"* children threw atone. at usa





Bu cuchbj~ aesetur "oar
rand onered Pr n a O Yletde tur- E nest ,u ann we were hitw rei ." .muu iny
convince reluctant key, In their northern homes .thers recall 1as r in a toe
ofthe need for a. beef- Into communism '. am lt ,whret he we a mar In ,
,,7-. P -pf, ond..apa of e lpe. y ca ot ,e rung notho.ut per- t.onaleze ," th @bth.r Christ-;







y. Pqhaps onb a pado ad fswih a ca
leade. of the grasI, wh bhtt ea r a mlns' u .fnopurmix" of a omi- mis Day, Rev. T led hims con- a # -
r ..MUM government. -T4* per dent at.o t4Ccwpe. k .. -
f "Free Gar- inke, -a childwill be born An of per d aton to a cowps r t T
hwtiout dUbt Cbrlstas Eve k6 a. r ee. moth .e e her e, In. te T -oi







( Ted Lag1)1 f -
iona laborron Adin X
-lod .., ler. Without beui i.omedic a iepren .f bod l hbfre a crude wooden
or.,u Withou tea
S In the. Isty valle Ra ance ,labor and Chrit.lld. 1
I 't" ., e..r" opin io anoher. .. born- I.h v u As all w aved aui and stomp- -"
qIhet be ae a t aseeballromM G
..ain viio oter t .. .....

or an in the refined ho t ,S t.. S...:.S .
andalih, h ead Biu m ad-'bs ere.no tt Government
I verb M_ s % An16.10 h Cardinal ao
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Or a DIVslan ,rr D !
Bald to prold MAraW
9 140a across ads, &egos *AIL
ort ee the P ai n1nce, ringi :. ", -.' '
,. est and le divin ent
Chantiz hautbois reoonnez -0i cishe oP mA
But church bells ae it
musetteal Wis Sr r 'n ""n a .....a.-
r A dBudapest.' t WA
:+. h nearby Pr .l e<'. d. A ,l, ,: li. I~'l~i .'ot nl I
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On m s ve plum p a f e ved fc fai ly _1.u. 6106 W,
"its, 'blonde "noall fry w r e ns e e t. r M b, rg, pre
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Sull* elige nacht Aebt ; 7luthe Pat, At
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tm. 'fe setf,.01iam s,,-,,, ..M .+rrp ,WIN ,,o.. of+, the o I.Y aW,,
'farA fe- bK*4 4st chi~ri are workif.a
tomld "r e, P o sl he -as "eBe Bultt -nele lO n
(T Sibt oldde) Thm.Mk av srIvr r- 0 Little W~of Bstit~lleh.
tvN~i~~l4 ~dbfba!e1hree destbai -tt uO end WIt.O

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