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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: 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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00602
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-P Ptt iI xI tired himself
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and received transfusion of!
bloxd, pisasnmk d Wftole Ilood
t day .- -
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jety. But it ..-a mlnac
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Ing strength which he e to
conserve ar a crIVcl n0r.
The Pope sUffered of his
perlodi.ecurrencees hlccupo
driven away this mo
dr Lgs.-.... ,
on ght .e
arded, on ore rs f i doe-
tors to get a .''rexh'a ." "hlC.
Stf when le returns tohis a-
partmenta, he Insistsu on work-
ing1 o n church affairs. -.
The chiefdanger lS his-other-
wis'imVrovlng cosidition,It hij
peraisatent weaer.
Pap otorh a emphasle&hat
there wmloing n usal out
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By Mfendes

PARIS, Dec. 22 (UP) Pre-
pder Pierre Mendes-France de-
manded in as inpasqtoned pl4a
itod that the French National
Assembly approve German re-

a deanersle bid to stop the
mtmint by-a lar ge m majority

would tih thenew Weterna
Praval by the reluctan na-
thapO or early Big Four neg-

"I' want to sa with oviet Union.
bounding-France. threw hitsm-
Into 'rance's, great debate to
Amuieaton lot. the first timd In

opmenth ide toward a large
ua wear -of abstentons that

uldthe ornate new Weotern -
ropassn Union (WU) only barewhich cut

roval by the reluctant na-
onal assembly.
"I Want to say with all gravi-

ty, repeated amon n a-
bounding uproar fromI t& Com-
muni rearmthat for future devel
opments a decision takhn her
by a weak majority would have
the me drawback as would re-
. Mendes-prance stood straight
In the ornate cockpit of the
French Assembly and spoke in
an Impassioned voice which cut
through the angry communist
He warned that rejection of
OOMna rearmament for a sea'-
d time in les than four
onths would Isolate j France
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In a statement issued simultaneous is P q
and in Washington, the governments fh* e;pi
Panam6 and the United States announced-today t
agreed tow treaty revisions and certain other undi
ings regarding matters of common concern.
The announcement added that signatures w
affixed in Panam6 next month, and th-t the d
be made known in due time.
Technically, representatives of the'wo gve
initioled.what is known in diplomatic pae9ance a.
ute, an.1tfirument which marksman a,!ut-fi'at
diplomatic protocol.

The new treaty, like the iRe on
T -w Of 1936, revises certain I atl
arta i the basic Treaty of cret.th
19 but oes not replace, that kno t
lnst~tdeuae Sion* of
At the Ptsldencla, just before other M
noon, Presilent Jose Antonlo. mena ha
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it 8or s power and po-
ty ot the seemy" he ask-
biE 'eurces said
sij ^ r44Fde military
. w' personally
ta o weeks ago
t7.: 2nners un-
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rown, 19, en tsaed to fu.-
u, which Incuded InJl
t.-open "ix m a.l .es.
.on recently, and breaklfn -lto
a oom at the Tivoli-uext
House, he was only charged -6
three cowntic

All three of the buradWies
were eomaimnted after darL.
They inv d the LuUdMt
(re i llalboa on Feb. 2
the 545 Cr<- Building In A0-.
co"betwees March 2 ad S;
and tms-Aaeon-Gseenbouse s.
June I.
He confessed to beskl o
Tivoll gpest room 2 ans
ig _.camera, moy proectaK
of which has b
recov The Ancon post .aof
ice boaes were buglarlme4 t
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ted hem to set up aia-
SPealed to them not' 1 fear
those who ea kill bodies bat
mot omlb."
a tne ncyeUcaI dated Oe-
i ter.1, or almost two mouths
before the wrieus eria in his
lUtess Dee, Lhe Pqq* warn-
e Cbiu .Jhen that the
B ni peatnaL
soe a It mw "absurd, even
to theIk!'t.* ftep could "ar-
bitrarily i rt the gospel
of Jesus Christ differently In
different nations."
Any Chrlstvana ommniuaty
breaking away from the Holy
SSee would "wither like a
Branch ueat from the vine, and
eroub benr ow salutagy fruit,"
the P~pe said.

rinM Says

e Wotel Snow
e. Pananm Canal weatherman
icted no snow for Christmas
t he had to admit the Canal
was having colder weather
Kusual when the thermoter
I.r alboa Helights fell to 68.4
.wes last night, the coldest It
h been on any day in Deeem-
bersince 1949.
S The cold e which brought
-thermoter readings at Bal-
-Heights last night jffectO d
Pacfic ide only as far as far a
den Dam where the tem-
tWtue fell to a low 6S degrees.
other on the Atlantic St
npt.,.ormal with, a tropical 8T
gi~eex recorded for CristoM
170 degrees for Qtia,..i "
.The cool weather at atg
t,. gave Canal Zone .=i.-
ontly a trite of the .ep
weather now being e@er-
In most parts of the
Ues. The local weather opadl
have T enoumtetion with
in the States however, a"d
-sed bpWth f dry.
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MOtW happy. Herd Karen Cronk of ,the Balboa Jr. High School
h.b the chairman of the committee, Mrs. Jean Karsh of the
. Wools Division to cover the drum up In colorful wrapping.

It- Youngsters Wrap G

Fr 400 Poor RP Stud
t-400 youngsters' in Pan- grams being undertake
City scho will receive schools dvlsion this,
pd.l ts from Kida'in year.
tawiCh t zone schools wao The sponsor hope
are .indh-hitting for "Ni.o across the borer
DIk-D come Christmas day this spread to the :400
yea will set'a .precedent
Though the efforts of a certpd campzagn to b
grow of women in Panama ed, next yea to ma
who iave long dreamed of ful- ma re 1 y for
Sfl the acros-the-border hol- ate dgld an
ida~ good 6heer :project, little ..
Pa l6ianians Will be receiving UfjJ t U
ex v what they want for WT f WIMW I V
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wrEl i will have the, name Will Kiu I uUi
of recipient written on it,
hard work invo-ved In TIw SI.. Vni.
ma this dream become real-I Va MI AWmIj
Ity, rnot scare youthful mqm-
bersd' f the Junior Red Croas NEW YORK, Dec. 2
wlh'eagerly chipped. n to make As far asithe employ
th1i. happier Yuletide ~or Street are concerned,
their less fortunate coatempor- bout the best Christn
S- They'll remember r9
wfek, ad up'until their the year of the big
e of Saturday afternoon bonus.
S1U. whan a dozen kids dqn- .441in & Co. tle t
A A aind knerg to .aot, gold" parade; ls ye
Srap and tie up iWe ng most of lts ploy
which wNl be soeager- equal to a yea'pay.
Wed tomorra in t he O*;e. Qtlu U kiA
S I of sehoos d iosmf foat idluding Merl Lyn
ieln ,Fenner & Benem, Wal
el will. also be and Carlisle.&. ,aeu
B Caa Zone children Christmas ayplients
eta i year in his from $25 for eweoom
Uta* o fat iskt ch than 20 weehapay,
0M ibmer. AcQa-d1 to Bache & Co., one o
xKarah, cter ea et broker a' -firl I
n Md. aasitant, lon, set =e-iper
an i t res- 104 earinga as a I
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Xbi Se QUO o h tI N i^ mber. who iSa -'*a
b e!! 5 h11 s 4w ahoirowhully Th1 JOint s1atemqt
a, die yestd 1 out ta t: O.rf ix"totwhek
f he as struck by r apaya ht us to September 8, havt
a pite during ba < b end to e pleted f aPeow that
Sat the OCrundu coming at u and couldn't hit an undettant
re b L Park. Wel 41t in jtme." matterstof eoea.
The bert L. Wheee, "I just -can't understand it," Panama and the
was a de, student at said another lad,. I" seeed to arlinf t 6C n tohe e
DIa. *a I t and lived with be fooling around. we thought, operaaon, .anten"ume
Aisa nMrs. Mary Elvina becaulb he didn't ove whenW u tOai of t .Pana ma
Wheele Curundu. yelled for him to 4 ck. F Pla"a "The Unitd State
Accrd th a police report, rusted the boy .to he hospital ama' are phased to
the tri ident happened at after tRobert col d on the selves In agreement w
40 o y afternoon while field, but he wa pronounced to the uOldtlos of var
the cumn -t#aWm of 13 boym dead on arrival tan mstte whichro
re g.N so me pointers on Robert had beep on the team tivei-.of the two g o
WbUrting, .. for two years, an*w a member hayve-been deoadsderig
You n f lert, who was 11 of the Farm Lefet(1 before that than a.
years .. at bat. According for about two ye ..- "With gaPsnent
to eye-o t s on the scene, he it was recalled Ihr today that the final drt, the two
.stow. 10 X plate apparently In the July 1944'edlon of the ments now are
oblivions of the game. When Army Diviplon Engja eer oublica- their engrossin
manager Anthony Plala, whq ti tionI "The Panama Bu ldozes," which is aqe&dSto
the Cutwt. Civic Welfare :R- little Robert, wha was -only few in Panamna nearlJ- 3
creation Bfrtor saw the boy months old at the time, appear- "Foreign Minister leB
remainla mthe same position aft- ed on the cover t a spark the Gulitpio w0 l slg the
er the ball had been pitched, he War sond campAM An article understeandih o bob
yelled to Rob ert to duck. carried on e cI iUoted him RepalMl Of PSina."4-'
But the yogster either did as saying "Tenn d from now saddf -Belder C p,
not hear 'the warning, or was I'll. be learning Ialsy baseball." United Stat.-r i.
preoccupied with his thoughts. Yesterday 4 d y 'tream of "The agreement wts l
symopatheto maIW f their jet to ratiflction In
R k ceandolenceI t IB wheeler tCy with thJl onstl
i iakes iRiot~gck "-.oert V aosdof, e cw i t
--,e-s_-- -,,k Mo ,of the p&reis- ezpress1. the news redaty and_ udi
te opJe thap t t-Ow edy liga will be release
Tam f- -OWN ;-ud not ma a rt M re bae- time. "
r n ball activities. THey all corn- (itor's Noteo un
C/uamarl n mended a. 1 )hig. t,.e pel he WagnaPi lM eoity.
S. yeugter la saetivi as "traasribedutlag
S EURIGA. Calif., Dec, 22 (UP) (COntineud oD pOiPL Colamn b prescribed iaiaueru

youngsters A stron earthquake rocked
for a con- this cotalcity shortly before C, L
be conUnu- noon yesterday using. serious
ke Christ- dmaeage ad setting several C ico
unfortun- homes fSae,
ma. There were numerous reports '
- of mlne-. iuries, mostly per- $paUC
sons.eat ftying glass, but no
or death reported.
0rkers d rep.tr o9 the Humboldt
S Standarit damage was wide- CHICAGO,
er 54 hardly a chim- Dr. Charles
Sney left i.4 i,,ty, he said. cult warned U
S"The 14 M Co un tIy fprla earth
BOnuS courtofha been evacuated o
as, unsafe atid Idost of the food destructiolu
2 (UP) store in t a bave closed up. But LM
Sin (W Thtir n elid Is scattered gan tate
this is a- n.s Mid two print- an th ho
mas ever. ersat -the Sr were burped space ,"
>54 most as wi b ^Ws ,a m Ped t of monster U'.
Christmas ho elead a. he ora y.
. ,, Moos W,-1P -s" withl I. ",^..,
he "pot 0o sasE r ther floorsof the
ar by giv- Ma Hioer In toxich
yes a bonus sa B aae flt. Wr ..,S,
sGta *t Bk after the told her
s- ctthat fire W tsi
Wta A& Co.b t "a we
tein, made er, w-boaIr .-
% ranging telephone
rs to more 1ii nto IR were lke
outa II alty was withest
f the larg- power. i q- '_..
tOk the na- 72 wl on the y a7 then 4
e6i"t -a its prOfemro retet .Laugh",a
tty out of __th d world" and mee clsion 14st0
t l-argest e hysterics oa a the "m
sl w%* M^Cssdeefol .*No
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e Cufltist Doctor S

(UP) riOev came at k.j '1
wad's space I he was sttlg In iMl
!>d^|at the Call- home awaiting the end.
is "bearing Dec. 21 had befnt4
,t 4waorld-wid Laughead belaved ..
S an tdal we
"L& ted Mihl- Chi aidago
sian. said deavwte th Misoa
I e rom out- lude to the l ef ,
om a world n 1955. ,
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to be Lfizhsa eaighg1
to oipt- lievers were ,
have night w~ WhiadtUFat,
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Margarita. C. Z
wateW me wf e less Important denizens of this
r' j?.adl., and find shelter frqm the element in
Spd-Wjkt and. rudely designed rabblt-hutcb erro-
iaes a apartment.
'iy there has been added to our merry little coterie
ii* ihisfits a poor man's Heiflts, or cat-gut Liber-
akater Ias the unenvied owner of an alleged violin
SOf exactly duplicate that produced by a Mel-
Sinteo a large uired rai barrel.
6Wed by torld and unwlIng,auditory
nlni I a s 'tone d fr. Put a 'ch ring
together abd Death here I s thy tin?
A Regulaton, aR n part =uofe,
d Atho; be pie loud, monotnous-
lyto j periods," aduxuote. )
from above that this horse-halt ir.
etremely untenable po otp should n4ghbbr-
aof prott reult in a to the CIv)o auitL
1h 4iet in that between the hours of 6 p.X. and 11 p.m.
We would like to know UI whether this frustrated
hps ever heard oft a mate. We are convinced that he
Mllt- economy-size one in that portion of his warped
1,h1 'e firote the aU-too-rare virtue known as
y ilonuderation.
another selt4magined gentus has found hia formal
niuht In the wringer of publicc disapproval, and it will
ind u hear that this embryo Elman in requested
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aU. S. Department of1Comamerce
puts the total.book Y1t kf theo
avestmentd at. bdlionA b is
an increase,of Iil0 Ow I'; r eig
Sight years since th end of World
SWar I. The increao during the
last two year uas a tee1 1Vlfl,
.Eaaings .ra these o .n -
Svestments have been .
annually, after .ueaym t olt "b-.
Hoen in faxes ovep the l four-
years, Over M700 of n anet
by earnloga eash yeiar es ldent. '
SInveted abroad, Ad J bU
ye On te averae_,= 'acome
beck to the U. & as eabr,
divibdefds'and lterest. Al two
telma of onep. eea t I .to tb. ha14
been dmeo praccllywtt a
ernmet guarantees of a'y ti-d.
by private businem seads teet
e, b re esal Y
could guarez ag
Sfs m prm tion ad
to covert a 5rin a
U Ive;men a d. d
boom. The infere a bee that
Sthe private entoerphso te
10l d". this ob, hue
S4het foreign aid programs
be nuecehsary.
These guarantees hive now bees 3.2It
avallable for the last tour yars, Li
ut there. hve been %ew .takers e
The natural question, is. ? is
Foreim Ops ationMa
tw. W l-.Is chlare of this for-
ae Apvestment .isurancae pmr t
Siam arte not dieu d the
esults so fart -They a olb d
' relatively small show
delays-in getting a, new t .go-
letore any contracts.- ean be
madsJt la necessary r the ,.
mwa nmtMt to nodi.Lte in a ANR e A

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The first of tUe' n *de
Services at the I Iof St.
Luke, ACon will.1d Frida,
at 6 a0m. when W oh ru
.school will resept the Chruimas
fre X2 story In word and sung.
h3Z'$, Vt. The ervine will open with a
It. ue b iu short form of evangMer
,e __.pareaso blowing which the Of
~ We chuerIh ashool will eater the
urch in- proceufMlo carolng
TeVeryRev. IR t ichard
'U-+ dean of the Cathe-
dra ,wll. the nurrator, -read-
Ig ""' ,p nof the hristmas
ptry from the ScrAturee. Thean
"selecotionswI be Interspersed by

q w se l the most fodtsticn5M t o n n. m e,
fr i -y r-ods The roam was oraizbed
.and.sb directed by= AN-
ane Lincoln elated by N. J.Lu-
cau, church school saairten-
dept and Mrs. S. ,. Deaudry,
kinergarte pertendent..
GmGoSe, iBoaI. 'churll
An hour of special Christmnat
music will be offered by thde
Gamboa Seventh DdyAadventists
Junior choir on Sun ly, evening
at r7:30
In addition there wil lbe a re-
cpteon of new membeim. The
blse Isnvited to participate
I a' lively o serve of gspel
song a which wi pre-
cede the program.

Mpn Story
LACONIA, N.H.--(UP)-Here's a
lh dtory rpertedto the stat fisha
and ame department.
Box emWebstewr oCouco4 ftshblu
with usbhDll drcheer -
at ne here, o ad
staed to reel in a chunky pickerel
Sudden, ceordbmj to the
a._mp_ 4qtr mbearin marksO cte

FLAIR-The perfume that can't.be fbrgtt! t
FLAIR-A rich compelling fragande
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said, "Do you have a piece of
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B.D -B." V ,i-Her A piece of paper was produced.
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,it" l w I'd lie to -raw your picture, p faVBta t i.
said-Patty. A reasonably aalbless
S r. it.was w agred on, anad fr We're training Svuttzt to Jump tirouh tis hop
S.n,- minutes or so she drew pad I sat. W ir e .,
care, tyeviim abonl, ',store artiste en- -----.---
er. deavn r was. g Pattytalked. clothes, although she has managed after the first of Ut'year com.
o orliving'Ie part Rhoda PSamIark, to sLe, uparoud 5 from it. She l VI to will be making
.-.;wtt ..wch she ~li, Is, she says, likes her dols-they'e V Y elll i. New : ; -And .e-s so
if *S i plae "ec." fWhatdoe 'ce" mean -and had 15.-i exelad thlt 'h IidWf to'dbluct
A t heir e q i elyt WAe i J, le nice. "What the pit orchestra for the first six
r th. os-have msaks it "adeI?' The portrait proeeeded accord- weeks.
w .mus' no. d iftust "I like the curtain calls. Now, ing to plan. Her older sister-she's ---
T r "is the don't move." to I-is teaching her to draw. Her per 'd
r' ., .TaWhat does she like about curtain father is a fireman in New York. You're not theonly person whod
a n weknew what &calls? They're nice. Her mother is tired. She has to be change waters YOU get a
neddr tnht TV set ibue's done a great deal. of tele- Iat the theater every day-Patty's chance. Even stars belong to the
gical macin th vi' sion. Which does she like better- braids take time-and there a a ther's-greener-grass across the
did you? TV or the stage? The stage. Why? house tc keep, too. i 'street school. On Ed' Murrow's
Bud c-e.Y r 'Because I Jlike the curtaft calls. "Person to Persqn," during the
Bud Clyer's Feather.Your I" Why? they're niee "There," said Patty, "the t- last few weeks, the following stars
" thera SlwSei r b' r ach of thW answers wa3 acccm. ture's done. Should I sign It hiv expressed the following wsh.
Iu the awo ard'geto Fsr. paneled by a little iggle, a man. She did. And I'llU treasure it al- es:
r the' Lone Ranger torr. nerism that eAme iAce,' too. In ways. It's nice. Viugh. Mearoe-an opera sing.
Oangery ,to save up around $5 froit it. She er; Janet Gaynor-a zoo keeper;
wviwinla child is never athle nicst interview you can When the new musical. "Seventh Sid Caesar-a physicist; Paddy
reviewing hild is eve a igine Heaven," wit Gloria De HaV en De Marco a singer; S ar
ficanth 4len ature e. Vl er allwaneese gets!75 cents Ricardo Mentalban ad Robert Cbarlps-a bass fiddle plAyer: Eu.
and tei-haved, gut they A. week- goes mostly for doU Clary, .hits .Broadway .sometime gene Ormaidy-a soccer player.
i too much to talk about.

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FOR SALI:-1953 Chevrelet 4-dew
sedan, aellent aidlite. Has Over
Drive.Ca Cll Ce 800, SMOOT I
FOR SALE:-1951 DeSoto, good con-
dition, whitewall tires. Call 1238
or 112-A. Colon.__________
lilac hard top coupe Hydramotic,
radio. 2-tone, good condition. $2,-
600 at 4GENCIAS COSMOS, Phone
2-4721 Panama.
FOR SALE:-1850 Buick Super Riv-
iera, with radio and heater, grOy
color, very good condition and good
white sidewall tires. One owner.
Price $850. Call Corozol 2193 dur-
Ing duty hours aid Fort Cl4Itan
"2186 offer 1630 hours.
FOR SALE:--Beetifil 1954 Chevo-
let Bel-Air sedan, w/s/w, 5000
nilles, exactly like new. 0599-A,
Bayono Street, Ancon. Diol.2-2744.
FOR. -ALE:-1948 Chevgplet conver-
tible, good condition. Any reason-
able offer. Call Balboa 2-4248.

lessons for 'ONLY S10.00 with
dance book FREE. Registration will
tgrt Jon, 8th it p.m. Balboa
*YM A" LW 4 .m. Panamao Hotel


It .-1Fider
please-coll -23012. 10 reward.
IARIN Che Cih Cho Membe0 Tom-
borito Guoracho Bolero Rum-
ba 9 Samba Fox Trot C Waltz *
Jitterbug Chlestof.P Studio El
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FOR SALE:-New Horme sewng.-ma-
chine in perfect condition. Reason-
able p r I ce. CASA ADMIRAILI,
Central Ave 10-30, next to Lottery
Building. Phone Panama 2-1111
A.K.C. registered, 19 champions In
pedigree. Seven weeks old. Win
hold till Xmos. Cell Pnama 3-5371
or see them at LA CHOZA. 5007
Juan DPie Road, near entrance to
Old Panama.
FOR SALE:-Reo power lawn mower
Street No. 26. Phone 2-3450.
FOR SALE:-Small bby!s bicycle. Just
what Santa needs. House, 5849 DI-
oablo, Phoqe 2-1554.
FOR SALE: Beautiful metal table
trimmed with chrome, metal choir,
,ukel.le, Phone Balboa 2406.
FOR SALE:---One t golf clubs, con-
eisting of 4 George Sner metahed
woods (Nos. 1-2-3-41, matched
Tommy Armour irons (Nos. 2 thru
9), putter, new golf bag and shoe
size 1 I'/C, all in excellent condi-
tion. Coll 83-3270 after 4:30 p.m.
FOR SALE:-- Americon Police dogs.
Come and see them end you will
lave them. The best gift. Altos del
Golf. 6th Street. Phone 3-2807.
FOR SALE:-Parrot cae 515, usd 4
months; 25-cycle Westinghouse re-
frigerator $40. Qtrs. 288-8. Al-
brook 86-5243.
FOR SALE:-- Refrigerator. 60-cycle,
$100; dining room set $50; Kaiser
automobile $200. Quarry Helghts
3147, duty hours.
FOR SALE: "Molie" ornament,
bothinette, play-pen in pood con-
dition. Moderate price. Telephone
FOR SALE:-The popular "Castilla
del Oro" Coffee Shop, corner of Via
spca facing Hotel El Panoma.
Reasonable price for cash sale. Tel.
2-1011 or 2-2411.
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Ocenside r~ Santa
PCnar 3.877. C .1673.
Gramlich's Santa Cw.ra Beach Coto
taies. Modem rMnvMnlwea. moad
crate rates. Phone Gonboo. 6-441
Sa. CiI Law .rafte -. Phone
Bab 2?la4.

WIL IAMS'Sn CIro Beath Cot.-
bedrom. Phoe awo So3050.

Where you can go riding, fishing,
hunting and enjoy a nice climate.
HOTEL JULIAN provides you clean
roam, HOT WATER Wn good
meals. Arrangements can be mode.
Write 'or send telegem for re-
servation.. HOTIL. JULIAN. Hato
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FOR RtNT;-Furnished or unflfnish-
ed two-bedroom chalet, suitable for
two couples: 2 kitchens, bathroom,
refrigerator, gas stove. Overlooking
SAS Commissary, near theater, ms
station. Via Blelisarlo Porras, San
Francisco. Reasonable rent. Phone
exclusive residential dLitrist: FOUR-
BEDROOM mansin, .aultable for
two couples; business executive or
diplomat' with discriminating toste.
For more details 'Mr. Fobrego In
bock of Mercado Vasco. Colle 29
Este No. 18, between 10 a.m. and
Soon; 3 and 6 p.m. f informaotmo
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FMR SALEt.:-.,oiqp if iile bed, 4 dea
months old; three 4 oo window diau
shades; baby bed. 2-4382, PXif
after 4.30 p.m. deck9

LADIES: All the latest Items for your I
home will be oft dip Curundu 3I
Ir, Jan. 4U&. .. a
FOR SALE:-Wistrkhoem refrigiera- O6
tor, 25-cycle, 9-ft., .rotatully new
1200. Hue .53 Phone
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FOR SALE: N=ew. lM y
automatic washIng
Xmas present. Ph aw ,6e44.
FOR SALE:-Set of bossb,, funiture
(3'strond): Settee, twtocheirs ter
coffee -toble. Iaautifuily.w bolster.
ed. All new. never eed Phfne Bal
boa 2966r. Hpkj.


FOR SALE:-FaNm St. MNy's: raffle at
advortogeous pricb, a Cihmroan deo
Iuxe motor Star. Contao Phone:
Panama 2-0023.

SA JUAN, bM-.U ,2 ) -
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today elected a ot u-m a leg)
staff to defend IwyfPt Pbl
Oarula 'Rodlguea .o Ru=,I
leader, who lli go
shortly on csarls of 6 o
to overtbmow a, I
government In Puerto go.
The four. lawyers,, ve w-ll
work without pay, w il Abo deo
lfend three other- comnul de-
fendants who were oulnd to le
Insolvent. They are tsaak
Corrale, Juan Mantoq sirs
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piiiiv oe lp' ;u e s wvort nsde who view hew '.Wl ty th lso-
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ve for t A to gned to the a wpartO accoplet the l a, ompar-
twoee W t h e sth e Lwthe st. o. nh e "Oer .m Cadt eap"
wloaic ne .D, ,w. tliol e ar o ea vtiw rewr t ereisd a-
aa.e as.or wek i .an weg s of at pi bool year.
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uowance wh ss their y h sre o fmant Of the of nearby
Sho t whthh are how b ein donor a rge giv-
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FOR REN :- 2-ber ooam apa t er
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$75. Phone 2-.316 r -0234.
Key: Apartment No. 6. n

FOR RENT: Furnished apartment,
ooest s sdentlol rsetfrigor. F one or
rtwo ouples. 43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENT 2-bedroom apartment,
completely furnished. Apply: 43rd
Street No. 21, comer bf Julsto Aro-
semeno Ave .North
Bella Vista: 3 bedrooms, 2 both.
ronms, drawing end dining room,
kitchen, mold's room, $125. Apply
47h Street No. 17, upstairs.
FOR RENT:--Modern cool, small q-
pIrtment in "Gloriela" Building,
across from Hotel El Panama. Ap-
ply Fot Holcon (next door I. Tel.
3-2407 or 3-1179.
FQORRENT; Furnished apartment:
Living roon, dining room, two bed-
rooms, gas stove, refrigerator. Belle
Vista, 43rd Street No. 64.
FOR RENT:-AportrIrgnt, suitable for
two couples, Jan. 5, 1955. See .n-
Itor at No. 63, 4t July Ave. Hop-
kins. Phone Baboa 2966.
FOR RENT: -- Furnshed apartments,
reasonable. Only 2 remain. North
American neighbors. Phone 3.0471.
FOR RENT1-Furnished one-b room
modem apOrtment garage. ,168
Via Belisrie Porm..
FOR RENT:-Nicely furnished apart.
ment. including refrigerator, screen.
ed. tiled floors, $60. Apply: 112,
Via Belisarlo Porros, near Rdosevelt
FOR RENT: Furnished apartments,
$75 and $65: One bedroom, living
room, kitchen, both. January 1.
,Phone 3-1648.


FOR RENT:--Fumithed. large, clean,
cool room. Private bath, hot water
good neighborhood. Peru Ave. No,.
65, Tower left.____
FOR RENT-.-Fumrnished room to ine
person, or cuple, family home. Tel-
ephone 3-3658.. .

Mr laneoum, '
Fiftieth and Twelfth Streets, Seil
Francisco. F. ICAZA CO., I Jusf
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I.r.i. ..h i t het :r fitai' and -the U.S. fia.VIllag e;hisyear, more tn.
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s. M M. hines we laat week, os quoted.-~I n the elvea' worklop.n
a llyyoo Otun f as.Ivo Ding Bouta poe t itthetoys ini a
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w c..or et tnd '.Ty cman aVb Rudoelps red o.se
twice .. Arlene Dalo design m nose.rubb gn that one of- arnta'
s. .orylng ie he ea ... S A mopiV helpers has to stand by with lip-
S. mag claims Joan .Craword tick for a quick. covwrup spies-
o in fine ctts W keel only Sc but of every 4.e ltton every so often.
wtout d earns the rest goes to Uncle Net to Rudolph's lttle pink
thI *^ *Judy Oarland's state- house is another, smaller ho
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rough."' Judy. the-owily thil het; dl. him letter from r vuege.
to thin having a rel iiend knee-high maus a
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clunch "or supper. Add a bit ung ca. se what the, already
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S sagee for added zip. Seyvq pipin emories ,d. a tory-book world
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NSA Staff Correspoadent rerus will be labeled "Relapse." it. Five-year-old Ge o rg Ian na,
V daughter of Ptbrence Naop of TV's
HOLLYWOOD-(NEA) Holly- Eva Marie Saint the TV star Meet.Millie, give hiM her Christ..
wood on TV: Television is frighten- whose only movie to date Is "On mas list, then whisplerts:
ltg enough, but now a 111w0 the- Wat rirrnt has beghn to "And v d to Memame
named Charlie Douglas of the Bb pear on he san ,magane po cause use's o .televi"on."
HoIlywood engineering stiff has in. i-oI-- e--- .'
vuteiW a "laugh madsin" fot TV Bing Crosby laid dowp the law. Lee Marvin, who ccstarred with
comedy shows., He'll do only two TV appearances Eva Marie Saint in "Rider on the
- It's ergan-like gadget that IA '5. One In the spring and santh Pale Horse, landed a bi g role
provides, seriously report Daily er In the fall. with Vic Mature in Fox's "Violent
Variety, 'laughs to order from a .. Saturd .." ... Katy JTurado, the
tiny ttter to crescendo of howls."' Aside to"Sid Caesar: Jack Webb Mexican cutle, has a film series
CBS ays it's the newest "ad. thought your Dragnet satire was in her future.
vance" In canned laughter. trrrc, ----
I'it llwH afready-with pain! --- MITI GRL..%, sniffling with a
The best advancee" in the TV- "Dateline Tokyo," -a series show cold, yelled for a stunt girl to re.
laughter department would be starrrg Dane Clark, is about to place her 1A a water-dunking scene
sh ow NN enough lor' EA .be sold under the Mickey Rooney for "So This .- Hllywood," in
hlaughr. Television has too many Prodloeon banner ... TV director which she plays a movie stunt girl.
gadget already. erge Krizman about all the pri- AU she got were cold shots after
vate-eye shows: "Isn't it about Director Dick' Bare commented:
Let's, concentrate on the shows, time we did something with the "We can't have a movie stuat
men before TV has to invent I private ear-the psychiatrist?" girl doubling for a stat girl."
machine that produces audience. ..__
.. . BILL kOLDEN s pped It to me Filmusical makers m ay be
But at least Hubbe Robinson., after his acting in. "I Love Lucy." gnashing their teeth over TV's in-
CBS vieq president, can take ; bow There was a box of peneBils on the vasicn of the dance, song and girly-
teday. _s oa _falr of .ble the first day of rehearsaL girly routines, but Gene Kelly
"third-rate shows, melud ini Nut by nightfall they were all gone thinks it's great.
titive quand panel programs with nd, borrowing one frem Desl to Hoofing it up again in MGM's
their ououse Ioendoes." ake a correction in his script, he "It's Always Fair Weather," Gene
S " asked: believe- television is the best in-
Alan Wilson's dea for a new "DBy-the way, what happened to eubator Hollywood's ever had for
Christmas song:. n11 the pencils?" budding talent-a steppingstone to
4* saw immayl eIslg MPt "Oh." said Dest, matter-of-fact- Hollywood's bigger salaries and
le." ly, "they're all in Lucy's purse. bigger screens.
RANDOLP NOT01 and Geor She taa them. t happens every I've watched the TV work o
oMtnmery both want to not h 0wi explained to er once, choreographers I've never heard
osid f radia'st G "uadoke *Loot,4 Lucy, this is ourt cwn corn- of," he told me, "and some of them
on Ir career guo st oks-.,Ge' p-ay. We buy those pencils. You're are great. Eventually they will be
i .!told Army Aeerd that stealing your OWN pencils.' I in Hollywood bringing their new
tele is the "moth medium" "A she said to me was; ideas with them. Jflywuod, not
--eits up material ... Director "td your o -business.'" TV, -will profit by their exper-
3B01 oelman's' as Is Your LItfe' A department store Santa in Bev- lence."
. thgu n was father proof that
R!" and TV are good for _-
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ABLO WILL MARRY Diplomatic Ladies o ha
8-OURI 'ON SUNDAY G De spedd. a t. wh''h wants to tl
Ladies of the diplomatic corps county an or of
of Osbo, Morl, have n Paama gathered yesterday at said. n

med bavitatiOs for the marriage of their daughter, Lyn-
Be, tb Sad Lt. Robert L Kariger, USMCR, son of Mr. and
I. Lee Karsler of Diablo Helghts, at 4 p.m. on Bunday
ier bowne In, Osborn.

kins has chosen her Lt. George Coulter, USMCR, of
er,, Miss Nancy Kari- Corpus Christi, Texas, fo r m e r
maid-pfhonor and on- classmate of Lt. Kariger at Cris-
tobal High School and North West
Missouri State College, will serve
as best man.


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Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kariger of
Diablo will leave by plane to night
to attend their son's wedding and
spend the Christmas holidays with
their daughter, Nancy, who is a
sophomore at North West Missou-
ri State College at Maryville, Mo.
During their stay in Missouri, they
will be the guests of Mt. and Mrs.

Ambassador, Mrs. CJapin
To Spend Holidays In N.Y.
United States Ambassador Sel
den Chapin left this morning for
the States to Join Mrs. Chapin in
New York where they will spend
the Christmas holidays with her
relatives. Mrs. Chapin proceeded
the Ambassador by plane last Fri-
The Chapins will return to Pa-
nama shortly after the first of the
first of the year.

me 8panian Embassy w offer a
deaped a for Mrs. Ramiro Gerre-
;da Asras, wife of the Guatema-
lan Ambasador, who. is leaving
soon. The Condessa de Raba6o,
wife of the Spanish Ambassador,
made her home aavilabis for the

Carnol Tedesehinl
Spends Day Here
His Eminence Cardinal Frederi-
co Tedeschini was a one-day vis-
itor In Panama yesterday on his
way from Lima, Peru to Rome.
Mr. Craft Arriving
Mr. Jack G. Craft, of Ander
son, South Carolina is arriving
by plane tomorrow night to spend
the holidays with his daughter and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Will Arey
and two boys, at Ancon.

Baby Shower
Mrs. Arlene Abbott w as the
guest cf honor on Friday at a
miscellaneous baby shower held in
the Rodman home of Mrs. Mary
Anna Haskell. Co-hostesses for the
affair were Mesdames Grace Muel-
ler, Lcuise Fwafford. Ruth Rign-
ey and Nadine Powell.
Attending the party were the
Mesdames Beverly des Lon d e s,

Wednesday'-- 1:30 P.M.

Sung by

Every one Invited

S Old Fashioned Christmas Dinner
fmoaon-Mn the air-condititoned
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Sn the beutiful
with Don Baker's Orchestra
Children's portion 1/2 price

. rprDtr.to ma~eryour New Yea '
...vye' reervatton etook

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Mary Birabsumr, Iree j
IMaria er, S ues
rBabbette Millard, Magdel
Stelle Espino, Li Chester,
ret StIx e, e Waxnma
Davis folger) also the M
.Janet Chelds, Estelle
and Bernice Fawfford.

Miro Quesadas
Here For Holidays
Mr. and Mrs. Enrique M
sada have arrived from
with their children'ter a vi
her mother, Mrs. Francisc
at her home, "La Loma,"
nama City.

Gardaers Move
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer H
ner, II, of 671 Curundu ar
ing to the Tivoli Guies H
day pending their doe.hti
Mexico Cith where, 3r. G
will take over a new assi
early In January. He is w
Inter-American Geodetic S

Dedeauz Have House Goe
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Dede
the Gavilan Area have as
house guest through the h
Mrs. Dedeaux' sister, Mrs
Murray of Oak Park, Ill.
Visitor Arriving
Miss Frances Harrell is- a
from Costa Rica tomorrow
the Christmas house Ruest
and Mrs. Richard Jenks of
Originally from Misissippi
Harrell is a teacher emplo
the, United Fruit Company

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8 .... morning at ero M i d 1 4 pera an.

Iohnon Boat ub h b edued as 3e o

, Lgo pNew Yethe the dhtor
Maro will have a thdance for mem. be w i deoo.
PFransel P resnatete
The Bride Doal egaged b y the around,t ah uta o
Amve each on Auxiliary, Det in a *-wi0 .

apartment of 0al Zone, Panama U6 a a ePersos are

was wob by Mra. Henry Shirk of to vAlli'ge= ee to the
ir, o Que" Gatus .- eIat,
oi InU The raffle waNe b the Panama te t
Mar wit h lottery drawbig dof at Sunday m- b tertr
o, Aid heri-s, former erp and friends era in .,

in Pa- elta Pa Omeu Dr Robert Norman,
It PsDanci P ty t p l..

Delta Psi Demeg, f-napal hon- Chritio astae.
orary fratetihty drrma in the 'r
Th Canal Zone Juor College by the around,
American station on Friday a. A mbl Go Br
part and thent haonored Panama the iton and an
Sfor initiated wbyMrsh thenrySrknual Church Canon on
ardner tma dinner at he TiPanamavo al wilc d frt.m he 4.rotet t
set with lottery drawing of last Sunday. ministers tMs ev aL art in
o Arias the service. A ian =a i _mS? Aite,
'i y Pa- Delta t si chool year Tere wi b Norman
Hl far durin the current termla., lads m thn al a acting.

orary fraternity In drama in the
oard- Canal Zone Junior ColegeO, shld The Rev. J.-t V p
re moy-sa formal initiation on Friday af-, Asiembly of God4il.oU 1V ft
lous toiternoo, and then honoreMoslemd the new-denominU, an s are thrown
red by (or more oeInitiated with t a a n u aon the wall. The tree were deo
;srdnerCrhsitinas dinner at .the Tivoli-will read H.m te I
ignment Guest House on ulday nigbhi sleantWith the Rev. X. drite-
zththel Miss LonseStone, east director, now, Minnesota pastor of he
uinvey. was t to phage of bth he intia-Aericathe pen Church maet re
tion and the dinner party,assisted the Chrstian and ryE.
by the past school year'and thus liknen. There will be? eiht Serip-

dents the "Y."
I ofar during the current term have. ainTh Protestant tahu native

e d emelible for th nation- ored plrima aom .
Stheirtiahonor aretLinda ReimInn Es- the Scripture readlugaInInglisb,.
olidays eranza Lpez, and Wiim m Mg.-for the first time, p0ssages from,
Sophi 9m .the Holy Writ will be read in
Others present as e Christmas ebrew and Arabic.
dinner were Mrs. Subvert Turbyfil, Inside the YMCA building are
honorary member, Dr. Dot three Christmas trees. The audi-
rrlvin l Moody, faculty membe, and Sub- torlum has Ihandelirs w It hi
Sbert Turbyfbil, faculty sponsor. ofshades cut out so that when th.
o .Delta Psi Omegalights are on, silhouettes of the
__Ancon._ _........sym. "bols o f Christian, Jewish and
4, Miss Moslem denominations are thrown
oyed by (For more socety amow please ] the walls. The erees were doc-I
in Las turn to page 0) rated by the 50 permanent resi-
dents of the "Y."
The Protestant churches have
no org anfred pilgrimage to Beth-
lebIshe as does the Roman Catho- ]
lic Church for Christmas. A num-
ber of Protestants havy gone as In-
dividuals mostly visitors and
members of the United Nations
Truce Supervision OrgmnliatiQ."
Children's Pa ry
Each of the Protestant Churches
WA will conduct its own service C~rlst-


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Our Irene also spends her lnch
hour shopping, but to. such good
advantage that the American
white collar girl is often eaMed
the beat-dressea girl in the world.
Nobody is ashamed of our Amnr-
lean Irene. We think she's cute
and glamotize her in TV shows,
movies, cartoons and novels. We
know her for what'she is-a hap-
py-go-lucky young thing holdug
down a job until the right man
comes along.
Meanwhile she brightens 1up the
business world; does a &nqmsary,
Job reasonably wel andr "'ts
money for the prettyetaes that
will help her land Me t -.
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Young, light-hearted Irene. She de4r
WWy must NOT go. -

mas morning. A lt
ence for the spiritna
Israeli members of thl e4iri
be held in Dr. Lindsey e
'the week ending with ChUif
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otheit parts of the country, .
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S'"R j5 J. HARRISON JU. It was unofficially disclosed
j RyI' S today that the league is con-
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'Harris, the stocky nemisis to Naragon who was thrown
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I i rta Robinson of the Smokers protesting too ve h emently
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" lIurris has not yet lost a game call of a ball when he thought
While Robinson's only .win as Archie Braithwaite had re-
scored against the Yankees. celved P. strike.
The Smokers defeated the S.C.
$odamen in another thriller 2 to The box score:
1 last plght at the stadium.
Lefty John Fitzgerald went six SODAMEN
lnd two-third innings for the
.mbkers, giving up three hits Players ab r h o a
andthe sodamen's run, and was Moore, 3b 3 0 1 2 2
eleved b Churn who, in turn, Lopez, ss 4 0 1 2 1
tevmltted only ope Sodaman Brathwalte, Ar., rf 1 0 0 1 2
'hurn rivaled Fitzgerald Gladstone, ef 3 0 1 3 0
I r mound brilliance during his Orenald, If 3 0 0 1
rl stint especially in the Lewis, b 3 0 0 9 0
Shen he fanned three So- McDonald, c 3 0 0 2- 0
--all swinging after Thorne a 0 0 0 0
a g the first batter. Kelman, c 0 0 0 1 0
leArthurs pitched Brathwalte, Al,2b 2 0 0 3 4
tredbleame for the losers Clarke 1 0 0 0 0
AP went all the way. He sin- Arthurs, p 4 1 1 0 2
WJe the seventh and crossed
.plate with the Sodamen's Totals 23 1 4 24 12
Stall. Thorns struckout for McDonald
*o nSmokers' runs came In In8th.
nd when leadoff batter Clarke grounded out for Al.
Naragon doubled to, right Brathwaite in 9th.
4fored on Frank Astln ab r h o a
S -bagger to left. Austin d- Players ab rh o a
% third, on Elas Osorip's Naragon, c 3 1 3
ov'B t and came home when Cobos, c 1 0 0 50
f i rls hit a slow dribbler Austin. ss 4 1 1 2 4
That clarence Moore Osorlo, E.. lb 3 0 0 1 0
been fielding near the Pbait, 3b 3 0 1 ( 0
u ian rlacig Tuin tell, If 3 0r 2 0
SnriTe qettniWn to first Osorlo, P.. If 0 0 0 0 0
Sg ettinallowed but rort Bernard, 2b 3 0 1 3 3
,i^e seventh until- Ar- Prescot, rf 3 0 0 0 0
ngled to rldht and held Powl-s, cf 0e0 i
ird on Moore's double to h Fitzgerald, p 2 10 .1 0
)'burn came-in to pitch to Churn, p 1 0 0 0
lwpel zwho hit a bounder totals 29 2 t 27 11
that Parrls fielded nice-.
te of firing to first Score by Innongs
*spn, arrpa committed pSodamen 000 000 100-1 4 1
b .s bn first making Smokers 200 000 OOx-2 7 0
d the uak as If to
tad en ethrow- Summary: Runs batted In:
retLreA thEO AUtin,. Parris, Lopez. Earned
-a :i : Sodaaep ( Smokers 2.. eft
"E CEMaBwa&en 9, Sloket 3.
a.yA M wro base hUi: Naragon Austin,
nied- M oore. Stolen bases: Oladstone.
.t.beat fleldlb t play Hit by pitch: Fitzgerald (Alonso,
al4al was turnpdMl Byrathwalte). Wild pitches: Fitz-
I n the ehth who gerald. Struckout by Arthurs 3:
Shard liner o fthe bat fby Fitzgerald 3, by Churn 5. Base
b lld Which knocked him' on balls off Fitzgerald 7, Churn
tly off balance, but Fitz- i. Pitchers record: Fitzgerald 1
d raised himself in time to runs, 3 hits In 6-2/3 innings. Er-
owout McDonald. rors: Sodamen I (Moore,. Losing
., *Relaldo Grenald also accom- pitchers: Arthurs (1-1). Winning
yIJwtd two beauties by playing pitcher: Fitzgerald (1-0'. Dou-
?hit balls from the bats of bleplays: E. Osorlo (unassisedt);
Bernard and Joe Tuminel- Moore, Lewis: Moore. Al. Brath-
f the left field fence and waite, Lewis; E. Osorio, Austin:
r #oti them out at s e c- Austin. Bernard. E. Osorio. Um-
S they attempted to stretch pires: Williams, Parchtment, Ka-
t r hits into doubles, rafnaflitis. Time of game: 2:05.




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0a J G a i Hiring And Firing Of Coaches basketball tsoa sf -. ---
Vincent DI Pilippis of Phila- a . Pmnl tonight thiey bhilk N- YQ7
deiphla brought the suat. DI win 1f oErar o00 d ban h Cc dolpk Rupe
1:pw as a p a s s e ng e r In -doiu o rh ir c h a n c e. h
Juredwhn Glardelo' auto- for i e a nerBeholatic league wt ,.the n fc .q a. ..
mobile overturned near Key- t diaam. ca. ee b s '
The 29-year-old DI Filippst By United Press Parker adds, "this figures to be w n 812t
says be suffered a fracture# a defensive game." Balboa with defesjlng' leader wants as& mch a t t he a w Ile,
skull and lost the sight in his The firing and hiring contin- Pro footoai iw-javin an In- wllbe he ane o the -'a I
left eye. He says the accident ues in college football, fluence on teen-age players ac- season as well'as tho.contest de- 'roan4 of. '
was a result of Glardello's neg- Head coach Lou Zarza of cording to a leadpg high school elding- the leftue whiner thi s -to.n:-. ,-
ilgence. Wayne University was dropped official. He Is executive secre- year. A loss by th4 Bulldogs to- Tab h earte ofW ith e l0a5
and immediately -replaced by tary H. V. Porter of the National night could be disastrbus for l r"""'" .ith
S erb Smith. Zarza of Wayne, a Federation of gate High School H-
shsroh th former Michigan StatD star, took Athletic Asoia sows 2 ao Rs hs ben toss- or,.o -.
Spots wwon 20, lost2 and played per cent sfayslischo lplay- angInopoints from the oalfld roun t zaem
two ties. Smith, the head.coaches are wearWe same typ k e areashinpractic'e s-tnh xr ,
spoii s o r tne s ear KeM-di intend .salle^," .de i NA.e
at Wayne in 1948, s stepping u face guards sed by the pros. nd out. o e o the Lhert N- d GgArded,
Be UNITED PRESS from assistant at the school. Less than one-percent used these toe oi u De nte e s r a. tFer m o2 4 ver' San tfhaeet
sNys YO fRK.ed Grin, e turesofd a thedf'i rs m eten... p hei.gleadero Is r50e 1 over Sogownpeo. L .w'
NEW YORK. e Bb Grim, of The new head coach at Alaba- protective devices a few years qe atea twe' r -otet delarndo n-by 'i e it
-n .W yne .Uoer ityw rth- e 1 ther B nd o n is t n tuck oAs r2t no .
Brooklyn and the first Yankeema J. B. Wtwth ha ago. orter says the use of ti inQeeanscstea in the folruae final ."wc ast $ .l
rookie to win 20 games In brought along two assistants guards has resulted In a "signl- dS s u th t
years, on the American Leagueho worked with him at Olaho- cant decline in facial injtrie e in th e the
L -an d ast done sh p; a te.m h op-am ore' i yed 5-w manl a- N91.i ou t e- e
rookie of the year award with 15 nn A-and-M. They are backfield Porter also says the day wil 1fosacSoeate Ta esemnhisT l vn tMS
out of 24 votes n the balloting coach Joe Thomas and end coach come when every gh school aite scr a nsd asr lmon sn the
b c m f r o wo f rugged luck with &that' Rupp whkEd .especIally 20 poant. ap(N, 11)i7
by a specIal commIttee of 24 Howard Johnson. Whetworth re- player will be requit r ed t use the itor ineto -aer it has ieto bet -n nue tai -tei. ar euew-ah
NmeberW of the Baseball Writers placed Red Drew as head coahtAb-prvchv devices. ef..'or bff
oerathe sa few weeks a hto h Before leaving football the spondedt a treatment and the Rup verymuch wanted that rado, 65 nd Hl l&,
in pro football, Detroit Is a story of a letter rtetvcd by gen- chap Is ready. Rounding out the NCAA crown which La Swe (NO. 13) crushed Boton Collge,
faoie UB Lnwn ehesninn aIsnts hh Shriled n e be osa i gfive will be Dasn tWin- w soin because, he wanted to q
slight two an done-half point) eral manager Bill Coffman o f oky nd Lee RI two hard sow up"the ad sNCAA for s -
favoriteCoveornhebBeowum eInethenthe hShreir.eG a Le.on llDecember
The, two-n tyear-oid rated third w d wOt d nfacnjri a s g bosktac erat pending Kentuckyn a fromQ aCon-. p ., a
best nre of the vear anrd th National L ae title game at 2 of 1925, wrote wComand a ter a ha -petition A entraoe l the 5$ tol lr Thonsl
boet no nrsat in the 18yearntleve lhe oas BfTand Sheundegy CoachBdydyaomisedy toabeon hy itteonde hrlehreh oi
IpBreita indrt hklel" wowmerrl -i h2 lkeg tte at, on ha, onif-thoreestial
oBritis hrateBs "Summer So-rker of Detroit says the man was no hitch in trevelng plans de d to the r' Om er Ion- rejected db h In the 1= a
slice" arrived at. Hialeah to- hem feassfgol. ex e ort C lveian i l t- twe haent ion forea g the a crown,- ment because three of his . ,
day to prep for the 100.000 Fla- L ro. Parer say finours oa rec? S n ran a W il be on the floor to win e were ruled ineligible. tN 1 7 r
eMreoingi.-Ho Stakes Feb. 26. The grey Lou o ae sS has afsd his players, would tol hI '.
noSkF..sper like roza can kick long cisco from the arederatlon of beenpo io muchllyer orhasJ "hhow up"theyscould haer w tsit ,-a.
reldlne was recentlybougt by fie goals and make a db iffe Malaya which Is 1n emilesr awnn too much ale yda or j, pow t could hal wel wat. I ii
the Hasty House Farm. ec a defensive game. And, away. the firt t!g T he irium h over Utah w
Put together fact and fancies Kentucky's aight vd't:
The Chiear-gs ratehr teo et and h all point to a close g me as s127th e atri o a Tear Ba.a re, .Vi..A' A -O
made tho se"AlNavy"ltei then tling to stay in the light fduthe hofw, time deficit th d o- h"the tto9discl nte
1te Boevar.'slneu wil nhexte Ing- feson.e dg to- salvage something from utes remalningcfThenrBilloEvans &xt w.1*eek'aheallepgee" ro"
rHowever. thn cluh' le n will loae liekoac' rather meager gleanings; an of Kentucky -- ak two free. .. ,
.rookIe signal caller Zeke Brat- byfed.ol amicable rivalry between 'the throws: Kentucky Mained P--Z "T0'aa the maJet sotthte
e nkowski to military service. eesv two Pmacifc side schools; aawhsesso and soer tahe .. ore me a n pCap
t "ufrom VictorHerrd hisat- another basket a nd fntc 's sree th n lrow. Intlel"m e ..otta
becoming-famous rag-time bs. t Bill Orawemeler led the, Jen- mad. ]dite e
The US. Lawn Tennis Associa Te as felsast.au si wh InyCqp pns*`forSthe
tion hasrnamed GeraldlMoss of way onssdb thosoeigi..th a;1jaa- i eaea
1 Modesto, California thehnumberum e o e- whlte Ar ict B t .had1f a. pre edarn.trm.'-
one player In boys' junior sin-omethingtoohear. La Salle, beaten by ma Bl-ast.sAeMe any e
1gles. Hoevthe US.luniorhawoeGame starting time will fol- Saturday,. had to rally from an Icaitta,,ieen as thison,
*'glesokHe isin thleUS.junir chrain- .mlowImmediately after the ent-h1-pointdci y 7ted et.". h boys-
Ing of the preliminary game first half to boatouthei lt te of tei
girls' sonles clasp was Barbara whichfbeginse *at:30. ornia. The Trojans a l ,f ow nd on so. ,form.
Breit. of North Hollywood,c alif-andd 2a-21 man rgn as t andfre hrow. h
.aaybywt~~~ Dhdenthen All-Aericqa Cl takesj&ji C
Almostoll-Brownnia the uetnk ahroring LBasIbellbte4obUhistah mistM4
lay raid.iatlatr e honorswinthd4eftm It the ol y. 'that- fome
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Jerry Jordan found himself resting mgmentarily on the back of
Phillips Oiler Tom.Fuller during their game in Waco. The
favored AAU team came from behind in the final moments-to
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George WashInton moved In-
to the finals ith a 66-51 vic-
tory over Tulsa in last night's
semi-finals despite 2A points by
Tulsa's Bob 'Patterson. ".Free
throw shooting, with 28 out of
32, won for the Colonials.
San Francisco romped into the
fingls wtih a 75-51 dectsion over
Oklahom aCity is Bill Russell
led. the scoridg with 25 points.
In Afl-College consolation games,
Wyoming nipped Oklahoma A&M
52-50, and Wichita beat Hous-
ton, 98-87.
A major upset last night saw

m ,s'or, r eiauaanzpaam -
ejairt'% brave words
itmlem uessIo on *any~fl
man the dour manager ofth
Ans.e toaia.
"Bill's entitled to his Wopon,"
said Hopman with a a 1d .
"Do~t forget that last year
bert predicted a 4-1 victory of
the Americans and w-still hay
the Cup."
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(UP) Lawrente ArmAtead
may be a p*ftty good. boxer, but
no one can explain why he
participated in the program
last night at the Coliseum.
Lawrence fought classy Jolt-
in' Joe Brown in an exhibi-
tion. Te Wkain bout was be-
tween Lester Brown and An-
drew Brown, and the referees
were Roland Brown and Eddie
Armstead, It seems, was out
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SIt wa the ki f day that made G=
The was ot,ef baseball news to the sport
Spasuroeof the fIlb can take only so n
sports. Football, estily.
S.. Ial the time, Old Gus doesn't know wha
are talking about, anyway. Every year t]
something that confuses him more than ever
.What kind of talk is this and how did it eve
Baseball's different. Even when the baa
aeem to make sense, Old Gus goes right alone
fident that somehow everything is going to
best in the' end. It. always has. Time and expe
a sort., of catch-as-catch-can philosopher of a
It's axiomatic that Macy's never tells Olu
Old Gus as most natural that Stoneham sh(
Minding the other. fellow's business has always
Good baseball, as well as good manners.
President Stoneham told the baseball
Giants could repeat without adding new sti
> that Milwaukee, with Bob Thomson aval&abl
weald be. tougher than the Brooklyns. He ad
get wise to himself and make a "big deal."
Appreciatively, President O'Malley warned
zailgst Et gD still. 'We made that mnistak
tt eo thtpefmant'' he inted out.
Maybe Mac?'uti b'r-tlger to tell, and
to hear, if their ec U potentials *ere as
the- GMtt W and the B ,ks. This series repre
thir4-0 their annual Y#ntes. It anything h
.the Pi, e.ltlther club w Iuld lIo remain so
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eyxebr.w. t told pw Raph Kiner had volui
Cleveland Indians to cut his pay from $65,1
thing like this happens about as often a. Be
play a mulligan.
., Traded to the Indipns by the Chicago Cu
baseball law, could be cut no more than 2
"But f had. a bad season last year," thi
man explained. "I know I can do better. And I'
if you try to be fair with people in your dealt
are .likely. to be fair with you later on."
Old Ous reflected that Kiner never quite
his early start with Pittsburgh, when, for a
as if he might seriously threaten the Babe's
his fourth year up, he hit 54, drove In 127 a
.l. 0 That was ua close as he ever, got. Last yei
*tonly-RA homers, and. the calendar Is catch
Next year he'll be 33 years old.
Old Gus wondered how many the Babe h
.check disclosed it was merely the year he hit
S "I d, derned," ruminated Old Ous. Then
"But, of course, the ]abe was the Babe."
This may not be the most penetrating obse
ever made, but It will have to do until someone
a more astute one.
: Actually, Kiner lp simply a prime examp
of muscle In the current baseball market. Aside
Sto hit the long ball, he hasn't got much else to
ediocre fielder and hMll never be able t
.throwing ar for a rifle.
Moral: Get muscles and swing from the I

The item announcing the transfer of Pre
SW' Cox from the Brooks to the Baltimore Oi
M [ to take. Old Gus hate to see old friends
I buad to admit .Rqe and Coa were pver the hi
V-,As a matter of fact, Rae was really a handle
veteran didn't have anything, but the new r
1b .I ,h.t hd to. ue .hi4m, anyway. Not infrquq
06q stq s lo n got woatse istad of
SBo nd-~-eamnt to bets lp eld from pItti
|. ltspopuliarl used to spotlight Branch
I Harum- in D ooklvn. Rickey madi
a sum to which the Pirates coatr
a "f t gave him a 10 percent cut on cash
eight by himself.
,.'l, se days the Pirates were a soft touc
the gifted con.man. They gave up
when. th -ado manager in '47.
Most WvI ijAru award with t
, $.v d at the- atrf;'B.. and p
'Roeailing the incident, Old Gus helped hi
S7l'h would have got Herman for nothing. ]
,an" the .Zaaves eetallr weren't
l1 bee II Ige -a job managing.


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CLEVELAND, Dec. (UP) ...
Paul Brown has been hoBiY prR- DS HORNI doek-
fessional football aince no i moke b. W I oe eri

intoight nin e eastern o.lon o

t efFL. Tans k ,e tour remain.
ng members or wnat 'oach .
Brown c treae tis ine Nutd men.

lay ut and Ot draham --lnaeve
ado umim entiey AgIrod in american su- .

CiAstren t he rehikable Browns have
hh s before axing in it live

Sgdom inated te eastern setviso n,
Sthe L.ons havs te tfor three cam-
ain members or wheta Uoacn

Brown conference. an d men-
*M .u hLs4 And Otto Ura11h11 --nave "i o

As the remarkable Browns have
41 ithe Lions have for three cam-
epaa es monopolized the Laster24 E p
idaSo.thl Lions ann Browns collide
F-4 176Y'msal" year at Cevelano's huge A&A1N-A# PRO
Pvelr e wl be o excuses in, the Tm e Mu
i 4 W i pay-elr, a quirk u tI h e hedue, I
.th~ ans' .4ta sm brought about by a postpOnement ROL WKIE -F r1
due to the baseban word Series, OO .HE- -F- cl-
sending tie squao s agLnsmat eac *Y-ARCN r1$
other on successive bunday after-
Thile championship game, tele-. arney Ro '
casto ver 14b station s, t l be seen A arney m 8
by 30 million people. .ANnJA!-._
s Largely because t h e Detroit "-manu iBE T UKS Perhaps the greatest break -
A S cluS-or any other ousit, for tho b ya N r MIT DEret ever had was that I was able to Enc
Brown and the Browns three in m C and., refrain from smoking and drsnk.t
a row, the pick here is Cleveland. say with sinerit that these
H. Fan feel good. Uoing intl the first of their two habits, and they yare just hb ,
ts paes. Old Gu, concluumng meetings, ie Browns ... haV e no place the ie of any-
ouch of the other hao never beaten me Lions. De- n.. N A s ae who Intends to reach chan-
troit won the two previous crowns, SLD WAS ponship heightends In athletics. This ha
*t the football peo- 17- nd 17-16. In the clubs' only 0WAY p1o nship heights in athlsomethisng I
hey come up with ULeR meeting in iai, We Lions 807 r learned from experience.
T. The belly serlesi preygied, 17-6. So t h e y have 1 .l learned from experience.
er get Into sports? eeveateene4 the Browns to death, "When I was 17, my older brot h.
ball people' don't and it's time for a change. Ben er arranged a tryouothe Texas Lfor me with
g with them, con- It is also true that the L ions Dallassed a Bth League. tried out as
turn out for the have snown wear and tear. tis A -se a (eae 1 h-ot
erience have made trip. Three times in the second __ +' The" wr LUnd h'rtstfP' bit tbut Iatwa to tws young t
Old Gus. half of theseason, theypulled out toHugo, Oka., of the D Texas sent
Lbels, yet it strikes games In the closing minutes. ranQ n i Io.nOklahomafeague Dbutxast
a been cosidered unce back from the turf to Shd Run Inside Ends only six weeks when the club fold
e utlast Green Bay, 21-17 and 27- Second of two articles ed. I was sold to Dennison of the
writers that th 23. They rebound to tie Phil- PAUL IA Nf e Ohio State tackles and same circuit for 125.
rength. He a13-13 Beark s hung Caloela Quhlrback uar tn't come any tough Eor mean- 2The turning poik t of my career
e frof the start, Toreto e ge them, n 2 t B r than Ed Fouch, the southern came at Dennison. Bob Connery
vifrod OMalley There Is some question as to BERKELEY, Calif., Dec. 21 .Cal captain, who's as gcod as I've came there with the St. Louis Na-
ed O'Malley to how much Bniy Layne, the (NA) -Scuthern aliornia can aced. Their linebacker, M a r v tionals' second team d u r i n g u.
hanoLions' extraordinary p, whip Ohio State inh a Rao se oux is not as big as some, but spring training in 1915. Connery
last season and broken aose. l e ojans pro i by he's like our own Matt Hazel- returned, watched me play in
The dreamgame matches two had t conine. He makes more than hall few games and bought my ecn- PI
Gmbels anxious o the greatem quarterbackhes two c running you CO nete the tackles, or it seems like it. tract for the Cardinals for $500.
inmbdependeptls anxious Lyof the grand Otet quarterbacks your running game inside tAs a player, 1 know a little When Caonnery informed Miller 89.
sent at least one Renfro, perhaps the swiftest man "about game psychology. The Tro- Huggins of the deal, and the man-
appened to blight in the pro game, and Billy Rey- All our base off tackle stuff jan are in an ideal position. s ager took a look at my poor bat-
lvent. ndo]ld 't,'Breowns will, match ag t the Bnd no secret that they weren't the tU ad. am un ressive fielding
gr a g with 31ll Bnwman h bdd n eaten'thu cr best team on the Coqst, and s,, )M. tolrd1 fatliou scout
lan or ere .- C r- e mcmmftS 2* ter4oe -pines u* Snwas I SlG i.
STh lsi& .are com-- mostly Zonoel Jt. Remem- to rid, ai isn't that Wme.-R e- "
posed of mighty men--ijn Cain,b er, We trailed only 113. late in much a4erence in the teams out r the avers e," C u e OWr
a sllghty raised Bob iler Lets Bigaman, Le w the third quar ter: The Buckeyes Job. Ton Arnett at tailbck is here, ry top H idoesn kid ove
ntarily asked the Creekhur and Shrwin Gandbe aren't supermen. fast. You've got to watch him And I don't care what warningsto pay an e doesn't drink he
000 to $40,000. A for the Lions and Lea Ferd, John USC could have success w it h or be hurt, Aramis Dandoy is in they get,-Ohlo State is bound to m5
en Hogan has to Kissell, Mike McCormack, Don straight off-tackle powei plays or the same class. The wingback, be a little over-confident going in-
Colo and Carlton Massey for the power reverses from the single lidon Crow is their most con. to the game. I
b, Kiner, under Browns, wing. n either case, there an tentback and my hch choice I'd to beSa lor S stem
15 percent, or to ere ill be m fthe puntino extellet bal carrier to do the ,o be the star ef tne game. adena when these g u y s bump
o r ard cd ,the ot e s heads, but I've got a little bump- Prn t,
unusual young and Jug Girae and Jac nChrie- u The Trojans should throw more ing of my own to do New Years's the
ve found out that tn Bo the ons triJk Ci Lit tle Lefal ue in the flat. Quarterback Jim Con. Day-for the West against Ralph i
ngs, other people d goals, kicked by th match- tratto throws long, looping passes Guglielmi and the East team in Ohio State
lesgoas, kdoak Walkte that could backfire with lowss the Shrine Game in San Francis- a
kt pace lThe Browns had to be errebuilt ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE lkeHopalng Cassady n a sI n g co. STATE COLLEGE, Pa.-(NEA) lo
while, it looke d this year. rt L ILaround for interceptions. The Tro. o-Only all-conqueng Ohio State W
immortal 60. n When their defense efl apart in The Atlantic Little League ans get a lot of mileage out of rates once-beatenN n te lo
nd had a BA of two of the first three games, held meeting Monday tO d- the button hook because they'veAnoneI ll Tops Loop Dame in Roger B. Saylor's college Fo
ar was his worst, Brown had to realign it. r. one- got an deal receiver in Leon football rankings. A
ing up with him. This he did so well that he goesss ithmportthe matterasconcern- Clarke, whc's got the size -and i E A d Hihes a Sylor,tgwho, jueges teams oa
nonsrDurin the meeting the resig- HooERAnAn strengh-oJ-achedule basis rat-
tad. hit at 33. A what probably is the stovtest de. i nofathr feeOficils was tenal es the Irish above unbeaten and W
his record 60. fense the Browns ever hat. re dn acce ted. They were:st Arnett and Dandoy also pass untied UCLA because "they play-
he smiled: Paul Brown underwent his John nBoweremanager of the so the Trojans shave the varied SI I l ed a tougher slate and fared bet. *e
sternest test as a coach, and came Johnny Bowers, manager of the potential to kee the Buckeyes off ter against it than an oth er
ervation Old Ous through like a champion to fur- Mottamen; f the le eJ. E. Lar- balance, much like Michigan did. By MLTON RICHMAN squad in the first 10." Behind the
e comes up with their prove his greatness, manager of .me league, .. L- hanks to television and the dii- Uclans, gaylor Penn State statiffs-
And, as we remarked in ,he gent, umpire In chief. The resig- ference in times between east and NEW YORK, Dec. 22 (UP) tician, rankik kclahoma, Miami of All 0
e of the value foregoirg, a gentleman like this nation of Bowers and MLeivaine west, was able to watch most Johnny Antonelli of the Gliants Florida, Mississippi and Arkansas.
from his ability doesn't figure to blow three was due to illne3, and T.argent of the Michigan game before go- became the 12th N a tional
sell. He's slow, a straight championships to the expressed his unavallabluty due ing out on the field against Stan- Leaguer in history to gain both
o exchange his Liens or anybody else. to other t above vaca Iford in our own Big Game. the earned run title and the SLICK SPORT
exchange his LTwo of the sbove vathe sles
d highest won-lost percentage, the
haipv e tentatively been filled Keep passes away from k heCassa- official averages showed today. Bear Mountain, N.Y. --(NEA) POR
thnf umpire be y dy. TAntoneill's 2.23 earned run --i competition has opened at
yBowers, and business State secondary as Bobby Wat- mark gave him a distinct mar- Bear Mountain.

teacher Roe and new manager for the MOtta They p.la about the strength .2lan ge whlee tnhe
rioles wasn't too men percentage he posted on the
move on. till, Adbasis of his 21-7 record topped
season. Sporthe u roorrs rBrooks Lawrence US-B o1 f th ( FE LIX SUGGESTS F
manager seemed to help to erect the outfield a e also led the
Gently the result fence at Margarita. All LIttle sh wit ix.
Lea rie re tested o -- the world's thinner
sburtgh ,,. a "llal aalethemselves of this wonder- Dy UfITED PRESS As usual, Robin Roberts of the
"-a ''"ful opportunity of displaying BOXING Phillies. wound up as the work-
dead' their constructive ability antia T-WO substitute fighters will horse of the circuit. The rubber- lightest ci4
'ibuted .$q0,000. bit of brawn in the erection of return next month to New York armed righhander won the most
deals. Obviously," this fence. The date set for this whdre they scored upset wins games, 23; made the most starts.
O great occasion is 4 p.m. on D. Monday night. 38; pItched the most complete TH E FABULOUS NEV
h for anybody. 7 skid every afternoon thereaft- Wdtleweight Paul Pender games, 29; pitched the most In-
Bob Elliott for er until completion. Should any- took as ,It decision from Ted nilgs. 337; faced the most bat- g CUSTOM SCH ICK
Elliott p or oneu be unavoidably detained the Q1l% wh e welterweight Pete tears, 1,331; allowed the most
he raveot wer, tlirt afternoon space will be re- AdAbis wag getting the 10-round lhits, 280; yielded the most hom- 'U
e .fr I ,,ter-served for then on any of the noq over Jimmy 'Martinez Pen- era, 3, ann led the league in Th new Custom Schick.
myself r an d eal ..... t_ or Young. Plans call for of te Gira g up the most makes possible the World

..... the 'hamna nat thu ,..,.1 Monday night. Fender was re- ace, made the most appeazances, r .. ....

-__ p C -rii7i oo.a.lo Brav .... placing Water Cartier. 80 and Johmnny Hetkf of Pitt-1 Heads and most powerft
n From various and reliable Elsewere In sports: burgh finished the most games, motor O
sources it has been rumored In baseball: The New York 46. Mu rry Dickson of the i rotary motor. Our pri
h .t the ,league ,this year is Giants have signed first base- I lies lost the ma gamed 20 ai.l Pc.a.
.to be "ip and tck"all man Whitey Lockman, for 1955 The league's lgesit win,
"ug t' "e..nip.and tc" a nd have given him a raise to streak warn 11 games, A _omel
red td8the way, with an exell si ent chances $17 000. Lockman baited only and southpaw Warren.spahn re
es staknl home the flen chan :.251 last season, although his of Milwaukee each reaching ,S e carry.pare parts forU
o .The general puk h c rehe mi-" lifetime batting average is .288. that figure. Antoneill's vicry
ed that the continuance and ther-In boxing: B.ntam weight string ran from May 25 tou ag.
future of the nianue adends te champioq- Robert Cohben of I and Spahn's string strptehed
future of there Lague depe nds up- France won from Roy Ankarah from July 1I to Sept. 8.
moral support Thr- fancl an last night on a fourth-round Jim Wilson of Milwankee '4 %
moral support Is urgently re- technical knocouL in Paris. An- pitched the league's on no-hit
quconersted. Thewill Jayersand~latksrah took a bad beating in the no-run ameaon Jupe against
conca better ob f y naturallyme non-tle bout and could 't an- the Ph a. Roberts .led .
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.; CLEVELAND, Ohio, Dec. 22 down at 4:33 p.m., nodded to his
.CP)-.Dr. Samuel H. Shepp a r d brcthers.and sister-in-law, but did THIRTIETH YEAR PANAMA, R. P.. WEDNES
q IsM convicted of the second de- not smile and sat down to talk -
' ,re murder of his pretty, preg- with Corrigan.
d rlat'.we late yesterday and was At one point in their conversa.-
eduately sentenced to life im- tion, Corrigan grinned, but the doc. -9
ent at Ohio State peniten- tor did not *
i' Columbus At 4:34 p.m. Corrigan called, T 0
handsome, 30 year-old es- "Is the jury ready, Eddie?"
looked stunned when Jud- Francis answered "yes" and went
ibrd Blythin read the ver. up to the deliberation room. Only
Mrs. Elizabeth A. Borke, Juror
o verdict, handed over by fore- No. 2, glanced at the defendant
an James C. Bird, read: "We, when the jury came in.
ry in this case, find the de- The judge thanked the jury for
., at, Sam H. 8heppard, n o t its "patient, diligent and sincere"
5u BM_ of first-degree murder, but attention given the 9 ; week
'^ Of f second-degree murder." trial and iv days of cloistered
Sheppard, sitting on the de- deliberations.
'J H y "side of the table, looked as Corrigan declined to comment on
B 34g he did not comprehend the verdict other than to say, "'it
W ,was said. was not the right verdict."
S.is ie. f cun Wat m. Sheriff Joseph M. Sweeney said
i a chief counsel, William Jl Dr. Sheppard could not be taken to
Sat once asked for a poll the penitentiary before tomorrow,
ry. Each answered: "Yes when the necessary commitment
en his name was called papers and costs can be t rawn up
re y were asked: "Is this and made available by the county
Verdict?" clerk.
Cerrigan then west forward clerk.
ad: "I would like at this
file a motion for a new
heardsometie after Extent
J Blythin and Corri g an
grep iat the motion would be
*i tg T TThursday after Christ- f Gk
1as- f uit
,''warnings against "dem-
tr as of any sort" by t he
c, chorus cf moans went up
th rear of the courtroom in ad H e Up Jury
urea where the defendant's
brothers, Drs. Richard N. -
SStphen A. Sheppard and their CLEVELAND, O., Dec. 22 (UP)
were seated with friends. -What took the Dr. Samuel H.
Blythin then said: "Sam -murder jury s
will you step forward." Sheppard wife-murdercjury so
repeated the jury's find- long In reaching a verdict Was
rpef the lesetnde deciding just how guilty the os-
.d off the life sentence' eopathic surgeon was, it was
IB- ak the convicted wife- oo tdy
w'.[le for parole after 10 disclosed today.
The Cleveland press said it
Sriefy objected to the had learned in talks with the ju-
te sentencing, but Judge rors and those associated with
totld him that ethe motiothem that they took 18 ballots
.a w trial made no differ- during their five-day debera-
SContinued with the seon- Two women jurors voted to ac- The arms of Daddy will be wrapped in tender en
sentence was pronoun- uit on the first ballot last Panama and the Canal Zone come Christas morn
g asked the tradition- day night, but bY s saturday aft- P a n t C nl on o sta m
: lke you anything to ernoon they had joined the rest limp and lifeless. This festive holiday season is the
alf-turning and u oned hing retha t i, noting an upsurge of avoidable accidents, plead: B
p dwded and disor- Mariynu to death, the newspa- ruin a little chil
S the jury, per said.
Io voice I It took three days of deliber-

a.one this crime." Bird ressed the buzz r der late cie
PA -r s hand tu-.,.,,, Be orgeaz-ed From uado Sent
,Ws handeuf f a d yesterday afternoon disclosing BeuRN [ii iu irln
e3 back to the jail cell the five women and seven men
uett since July 30. were inanlimous in a verdict. v Jan m e1 Tw Y
b'tu at 4:10 p.m Dr. Sheppard was under "sui-prfe seJn I'Sflm TW o
8 hours and 51 minutes of aide guard" in an isloated ob-
deliberation time. It had servation cell in the county jail A planned program of r..- Canal Zone polio patient phil-
hie case since Friday at 10:13 today, but jailers said that was ganization of positions and of- ip Snare who left last, night for
m. a total. of 101 hours, 58 min- routine for prisoners convicted fices in the Civil Affairs Bureau, Miami by PAA, was scheduled
of murder. He was expected to to be effective Jan. 15. was an- to arrive at his home in Al-
Ed ar Francis trotted up be transferred back soon to a bounced today at B a 1 b'o a bany, New York, sometime to-
Ill9Moi stairs to the jury cel block with other prisoners. Heights. The reorganization is day. He Is the second polio vic-
.. in answer to the long await- Te jurors agreed that Susan being made for grater efficiency tim from Ecuador to leave Gor-
.aland returned almost at Hayes "seemed to be telling the and economy. gas for home this week.
report the jury had reach- truth" on the -stand, the news- James Marshall, present chief Snare, who is 31 yeae old,
stampede of it reporters a n d paper said. e testified to sex- of the Postal Customs and Imr- was originally evacuated from
togra er oranin and out of alintimacies with Dr. Sam and m4lratlon Division, will become Ecuador Nov. 14 when he was
grapers ran settin and a said he professed his love to her distant to the Civil Affairs stricken with polio. The mis-
otre,, setting ments f o r the on several occasions, director. sion, carried out by a Carib-
rrigan was not present None of the jurors had served The present Postal. Customs bean Air Command transport
raeeterigan was not pre ury as on a jury panel before. When a&d Immigration Division will was a considerab y dangerous
until he had arrived they first began deliberations, b ome two separate units: the one, involving a hazardous
defendant was b r o u g h t some of them were "sorry for Ptal Division and the Customs night landing in the small Qul-
------. Sam." Division. to airport, high in the Andes,
." The panel went over the testi- Earl Unruh will be Chief, Pos.- where an iron lung was deliver-
tr .- Ad mory o; 70 trial witnesses, point tal Division and Director of ed in which to transport the
tors Acquitte by point, and examined all 214 PoEts, JS. Clermmons, Jr. will victim for treatment here.
exhibits, which they kept in the become chief, Customs Division,
r Revealing room with them. with his office in the Port Cap- Snare, who was accompanied
k W, luThe exhibits included Dr. taln's Building in Balboa. He by his wife and baby daughter
Riv SBust Sam's trousers, which had no will continue to perform the du- was taken to the airport last
y. blood spots above the knee, pho- ties of deputy Public Administra- night by Oorgas Hospital am-
fLVhiA, Austria, Dec. 22 (UP) toghaphs of the slain woman ly- tor, in addition to his other du- balance, 'and placed in the
Viennese. editors who ing blood-covered in the murder ties. plane in a reclining position. He
liahed a revealing photo- bed, and a blood-stained pillow Capt. Arthur J. Troup, Chief of Henot twak the iron ltree
Sto4ayon ac ages'on On the pitlow was an Impres- the Fire Divi1ion, is retiring polio victims evacuated last

the indictment issued by ed like the imprint of a two-!b assigned as special assistant Only one polio patient from
attorney's office the bladed surgical instrument. The As o fJan 1 irectr. uaior in aries seied, re-

thus "inciting youths t low until the blood dried, iear- 1n Room 207 In the Civil Affairs returned home to Scotland last
1g the tell-tale mark. Building; the clerical staff of the week.
;ollce Division o .quarters will .

Division will mn6~ to room 201,

PRE- 2 De Molays Now Says Safe.y councill
RE .EASE Visiting Kete CC O, Dec 22 ,tT The

SAT. 25 SUN. 26 MON. 27 Two young Dm Molays who willded lit traf accidensons
at .l vu m ing their par- the nation's streets and high-o

' GTV i T J Tl i | -ore tFSiht wth the hght The forecat covered rme-
: ,RVNG .....NS. award Q 1the erder, the Cheval- date deaths only for a 54-hour
S [ ', hr.. .let- mree. period from 6 p.m. Friday to
vid *. -WMcll"h" son of Mr. midnight Sunday.
'and t 1rs.' _. Fdllhenny of By contrast, only 51 persons
Diiblo. and A anBsell, son died in traffic accidents during
of Mr. n Nolan A. BIS- the 24 hours of the nationwide
_oALf .rom Mo#" .Dad Charles '"S-D Day a week ago proved
stowI hmmnt a distant deputy that just a little more concerted
Ineffort by motorists and pedea-
Saammoed ndA.Albritton will trials can make a real dent In
Sser the I nce of Her. the. traffic toll," Council Pres-
bert addock .wr, e illness will ident Ned H. Dearborn said.

Siill be conferred when travel and holiday hazards
I&V if, tfjsb ih te Temple in will be so much greater.

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brace about thousands of
ing... unless an auto acci
worst time possible for trE
37 careful. Don't mix drink
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According to most women, any.
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The dinner guests Incluoed v
President Richard M. Nixon G
Appllc n national Chairian .Leonard
Appchalbs 8 f ind Sherman ffms, tb Pr
dent's assistam
SOthers wereAtty. Gen. Herb
SAcep Brownell-r., poster Ger
Arthur 1. SSutmerfield,
,i meres'Secreta0ry hitrt W
i l I and Jaimes L. Murphy iei
'- of the Citireas for '
Qualified local persons inter- conpeiont campaign edmt
estbd in teach1tg In thec nl tee.
Zone schools may mnir e appli- T President has flatly 'kelui
cation to fill existing vacIaciest to sat whether he will teek asi
and for consideration in. filling" and tehm, taking the xtUd
positions which will be available will Ceasthat bridge when
during the 1955-1958 6 cool year, comes to it. But he has spol
it wa, announced Treaday at longingly of retiring to. hais
Ialboa. Heights, tysbrg,.Pa., arn after'hos ma
F rom past experienee, it is an- thatn.. years of government sal
ticipated that a minimum of 20 ice.
to 30 vacancies throughoutt the
Zone school system in various On the, other hand, he wUi
subject fields will be available faced with strong:pressure to.
during the next school year. A again ernm some members of
few vacancies probably will oc- party, particularly if Democre
cur during the _resent school fort appear on the upturn
little girls and boys in year. These will probably be the de a other outstanding
largely in elementary rades, &- candid In *sight.bL
dent leaves those arms though it s possible ata' few .
affic tragedies. Police, vacancies may occur i the on-
ing and driving. Don't or an ppon If t t 40
positions in th6 exem_ a im
Junior high school a bacelor's
degree .. is reqii ed, s tUM
Hey You Rendeer* r y oftea eIe .

Stay Away From "s-"'gre pus q Wi,
of experitnct.
All applications should be sub.,
That Iron Curtain mitted to the Employmen't and
Utilization Division of the Per- .
sonnel Bureau, Balboa Heights.
8ROMSOE, Norway, Dec. 22 This office is located in Room g'J
(UP> Norwegian officials said 102 of the Administration Build-
today they have demanded Rus- ing. Additional information con- These la two dS.
sia hand back hordes of reindeer cerning teaching positions may Perhaps, next year,
that have strayed behind the be secured by telephoning 2-3618 Y*ul dia u your wa
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