The Panama American

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00968

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MORE WAVES -
After consulting with the "Electronics Kid" I, feql I can as-
the "Poor Man" that his fears are groundless itf m plan is
k t is very cpimoni knowledge that each pereon .rries hbi
Sair waves with him and that these wave gp Out to bring
TV ptcturswhenever the person tarns on Ida set. Thit makes
thllng Ant eteept for childless couples or bachelors be-
use the more children in the family, the more waves and the
ore waves provide foe a better picture.
To correct this obvious Injustice, I propose that all with
than three In the family be taxed for their extra waves.
ntr on this could be very um l In another treaty negotla-
) Now, -f "Poor Man" has more than one child, he has had
Besides, he would nevE be- able to enjoy TV anywayI But
can always give his extra children aywy for the sake of TV
Maybe swap them in on a 30.lnch screen.
The only difficulty with the above Is that Spanish-speaking
waves will not be able to pick up English and vloe-versa, but
can be corrected by Intallation a an electrorh interpreter,
a modest price. Of course, a certain Bhatr haa the mono-
y on these but as yet the management is muqt. on the date
sale. One white collar bazaar employee quipped "when the
Zone authorities release the forms, then we aell" -
I hope this clears the matter up. .
Col"A BI mp
L AN ANTONIO BUGLE ..
WeH the three of us sat down to a tropical Christuta din-
with the thermometer 90* and a 13 lb., broad tatfd, turkey
er. To finish up the celebration, I invited tamlny to a
'dinner at Christies and returned home with iw t cold
have had for a long time. Got busy and'n Idt Moday
t and Tuesday, woke today n shape to scra up a few
Th hot breather still prevails, and it's pushing the either
for wf have nothing like It on record, but froem M e to
lorna t's the reverse, and sunny Californiq 't ig out
Months. "
Frank Corey, for the first time in 10 years, has usdp his
tion time and starts with a clean slate next year. Aer 10
a of sick leave, be had only two dqa! left tok t with
The proverbial two clean shirts went out the bae door, and
Chrtnumas in comes three pairs of pajamas. Seenit if they
8 rid of me any other way, they'll put me to W&i I d
't miss it far this week. I never he down in m1eay-
sometimes catch a few winks sitting up hooked to my
head phones. If anybody slligs in, I am Just reading
to the radio.
d.ops In about this time and puts me back to worm
delivery service was good for- 10 days before Chrslat-
on Stmove. Three to topt'dellyrys a day.
atof Bouete ia full of glocom. No coffee crop, no
i a r to oet'the ranges to market But he is
.. b. taItr highWway. y Thinks It will be built
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WASHINGTON -(NBA) there
is one overriding but invisible as-
sue in. Virginia's current fit -to
get around the U.S. Supreme
Court's decision outlawing egre,
gated public schools.
It is whether a state can tackle
this highly emotional issue and
bring down the right answer by
democratic process. .
Of Virginia's 3,300,000 poputlati6n
(1550 census) 000,000 are M Votig
age--,600,000 white, 4000008
ored.
In the 1952 election, oily 0.,000
votes were cast-350,000 for la-
hower, 270,000 for Stevenson.
The Virginia presidential vote
was therefore around 31 per cent
of the population of voting ae.
This compares with a national
average of 62 per cent.
yirginia's special election Jan. 9
-to decide on the calling of a
constitutional convention to ehaMe
one section on public schools-Is
expected to draw about the same
vote as in 1952.
The vote could be a little bigger,
due to normal population growth
in the last five years. The catch
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year.
There has been some campaign-
ing to get nonregistered people of
voting age to pay up three years'
back taxes so as to qualify for the
Jan. 9 election. But the results are
uncertain.
Virginia has 96 counties. In $1
counties in the northern, western .
and southwestern. sections of the
state, the colored population is less -
than 10 per cent of the total. The
atisegregation cause has the best
chance in this area.
At the other extreme. 24 of the
eastern and southeastern counties
kave a colored population greater
than 50 per cent of the total run- ---.
ning up to 80 per cent in one.
S is where the white segrega-
tait strength is greatest. W h C olum nist
Virginia school statistics show en C lu i
that there aren't existing private
schools to lake care of any large
transfer of pupils to segregated B
schools, under the Gray Report By 8C
Virginla's school budget figures
are not kept-r not made public, DJAKARTA The mail came that it is a
at any rats-- such form as to in here, and there were two ean hulters are
make-possible an easy comparison closures of columns by Jimmy they are she
of all costs for white and colored Cannon. I believe Jimmy is a other inoce
icoot hl friend of mine, so I will knock ean but rea
The total school budget for 1954- him a little ,bit, as one is .D it lp a bad I
55 was 18 million dollars. in round to knock a companero. buy a red ha
numbers. This was made up of.123 Some things Mr. Cannon writes go forth to
million dollars for salaries and very well, when he is not trying venison once
expenses 51 million dollars for to make literature of journalism, Beau Jamei
capital outla for new schools and a thing nobody ever achieved su- the innocence
buses, and million dollars for cessfuiy. Hp writes sood sports, he likens the
interest on the school .debt, The and good watrt .tea ?- -,e.
toll averagesa a little over. writes his"w ha ,Noed M
per H r year, for both white But .' d
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grants in the segrgated schools,
can't be estimated in advance.
There Is some fear that the idua
school system would cost taxpay-
ers a lot more money, while pro-
viding them with worse schools
than thie have Ow.
The segregation vs. integration
issue has gven many Virginians
with against its public
school system a new cause for
complaint. The state's public
schools have been ranked as.low
as 4Wit. natlosall -though there
has been much Improvement since
the war ybars. Itteiicing more
private scbhe is not considered
a help to puMblisc sehoabls.
Reliou as well as racial preju-
dies e the i & ue. Baptist nd
Methodist'Mfle hase condemned
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crime to hunt. that beast-aa. 4 _lbS hard dl
murderers unless ranra e exterml.
olis or so Pate an th
t auna t eat look ou 'to the co at
y ami't -- and tt people woulI av t tb
thing for a mas deer were kit ld. P.
t and a license an Ca a WOauM't care, but -
fill his larder with poi ts rsim'. Next ierlib,b
a year. deer ean deaude an are; of
* predicates this on station sa iMsYWi t t tR .
of the deer, and bloody lace .ashes awa n t
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to write aM to be when the had"varlint.
boy is total ust as a 0are But to bey is
about the c fact that theneh agmbweWSa t .?^0"
bo y is a-to to the money hang toi ;W A
takes wide hunters 6a 'petdhang" -but
country body thereil be ." tI ..i
Mr. Cannon hw -ol. UnN
two deathle that the
hunti ngy ualdula uA menace i e
think iron tre ea g of them to himself a .o immunity, Ca
that he ha an important uet I am- heading f gtinent- he dame
in hand. Canon treat at New Zealand-or yd cn call it ex the. bar
he calls The assasuunaon of t t lands if you fancd technicalA thI 4 ust .
with the deep devotion of a an it, wbere there is no closed season Ab tb, Al ie
writing about the fall of an on Cannon's innocent deer, male had leavto t
empire, or female. Instead, there is a whe d a Bd a* to make
To brief it, Mr. Cannon thinks bounty-I think 1 shillings peclhobe ._ the C0l a.


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BROADWAY SOCIAL REGISTER*of top Streeter Chas. Merill. bat get o for Christmas?"
Wint Gardiner's set hear he .. o, I hve'tech
"Lefty" Clark's new $2,000,000 pierlng Sonja Henie in it y l
casino the Sans Souci (Havana), e Sonja is too bus
opened last night. The only any- to ed. Aobnsen (at
game where players can "tde" er,d who weeps bitter D.tl ao bvenhesa i t
each other with no percentage tears Ja his latest platter of lat r: "I look a
going to the house. Denise Darcel "Evelb 's Got a Home Bqt lo I feel"
chiefs the show which features 36 .,"GV ils in a newly-bouglit hobani-to-bsta
chorus and show-gels ... Elsa .vel- ls. palace T.. hig et rt
Maxwell and the Byron Foys u that a eyebrows over at d#Aa 4c of NBC'L
tedy refuse to cancel their, fouds dS |iy Chaevsky once was ate (shelan
with the Gilbert Millers, whose a o rQ. Lewis gagwriter... havebe s ecrety b
glares can be charged with First GAttlig -stage at the Broad- 'D t. s. Is-a bablb* .r
De e Murder .,.. Is ft strictly w al shows these nights 4 t si e tap
buess between the owner of rto heaven. Almost
Balnfilaga Per'fues (in thiL.S.) sing-roomhas i;It4 3 ee I
and "Miss France .of lM" ., over the door. (
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; i Wou.Bek Fa.or His Party:. than .
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S; ". .., tma. )- Nathaan said he oats strongly V OSWALOJACOSY
Sn -a r A rican for em- t Johnson's ncluram in his pro- Wriln f NA rvle
0.4 'g' --LJ .I sa4- iminh4 bj h"'a 4L alathe am, l sald hoday bop1 gram ofpa bill toe mp t natural l 3
:u .. ....... ..r h.a.1h .r + ..a won, A M a Vlce PredWu Richard M.R gas p ,, ,r" "a m federal cO --M"
; a^ Co eIpiuar ho tue. the Mll ep=le prqe d- trol. HI' ao *al i Johnson' s civil
1 .-oli e r a ertal nominee. because.e t .l. .i.ta proram, W.a eling for a con- NORT
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to ,Thewaupmeedby Ro.bo- "82
.. s .. ao.i ThoaoShef l.adnor .i a vae th-, ei annd o of the H. Md ADA -resa r civin lX4
s- aard"anm er of BaJ deta h utiv e onimlt who 'rkit propramo om "e-sur pr-- -s rpe
la^K .S"'elhe. ng bola td abeuetance wegluWa.?" .. |- uati end equld.|t" to air rae t ,4
.;...L I k'Jno p S *he progr-am .so, included fed. I ,.... RAW
Ssa. The p- hl.te e at.at" Nothan said he hp lra aton aid to education with an anti- O3765s2 ,eAIO -
s e ien oMtha on thp e Istjctu, brought to the meetiDg Mthy etI w irnahwer wa not seek al. Iegregatlol requirement, a broad- U I D)
p^ *U am Thouat record of the Slaughter was woln by Anna May yh oeasr dfer rginh idejnjal wage taw. a tax cut XJ1
at For t e e pt a ty tnlhe Butcher, a R n nt. hIa 'B u tl he ADJ lebti or lowae cno uea, a return to AQ T rae
ALSfl A. to Ts Rod Meeting 90 pw Iit farwIpl supports. *gJ1
a h lawh heome rlnT00;ed. teprol hn a Ne:ther a ide oftl.

r t' by N Ra e Sorority Preirent, the c g rtual of Beta Sigma epublican-controlled -d C was announce de h enta i important differences between


.h re ein rPh. Lof theeSlaush handa"olie4MA othe Yo bndr
a s2 ly Mrs- .. A.lWIA Bs ll .o the fa U.. the .. .".d t ho pesNen D..eI a S .dr Acto n w Hamaen ter ares- rei ng bo. ut i, Vr w


a I?3 ta and Mrs. w. A' p rize in a worldwide o wer e O ie C rig, hto ,,to gr a Pber" ocess," Relet. Glenn r. (R-Wis. in guess when they're just reading
C .,^ m t r c Q n, ,.on te-t wt h h e ru o r o r *i i, A c H a n A eay t h e Do .rlos ds af a a, ia p.a.;e. a bro ut .ahaa n ad
a hm m ,,att ortuthe Ch.0ormas 8tory "The Mirac, ; e BoA t 10:30 Tone ght Rm aty ar beyo d t h e 1-point of o al n s. ole .e


b Fte tt EII tr *,dl tA by.,, Eac Ea J oSororhty President, the clot ritual Beta Sg epuhlDe -ontrod e Con- weas announce ta nts and East took the ace. Prospects
e p t d a the Chapterhi. s had a "do-at ighte rord" ande would be onby lead kiscons o
,~~ a A mndler A. E. A .r- I d ..ttert w d e comot c a nyt at the ps agement with the nine of dia-
SSerat cardy ang eters w ea In oadnifat l in gress a get-Ha rtl e p r s





PW.A. DraB d. Jlfrehrov rea prm memr na who harvw e TomoNow, services will bp n Dn'g be mpsledt .n mounds.
'. .,s D l r \r m trred to Chapters sall over observance of the Fas t of t I Thus waved on, East continued


Jr,4 embe ae sdng eb anrdmas" _tory. the Chraise C ere[ I .o T hillt gram w fr byo k the point of N ie with the ace of diamonds and tho'tanwsatal
,e .. ,, r W. T1 _..t benN rth a ncido ._ rIlbrpy hown dt ry Dhe H m o A(n-sw- the third diamond with the ten de
'a I, .Wn.. W M sie p presented for.. ,, .... .o-D the Chaareri w ill beS .I t -- .e. .swiftly led a low trump
got~.A .r -u.9. a o a wh~h were filled with s o ng a tid sermon at 7 p.m. of trumps. Now South had to guess






rpledg.Iele-Pan Utedr what to do. Should he finesse the
a d svicesone will k. create difficulties with your hair it doe ot itch or a high heart from his hand



wI1 1c] Ta-r ,eM o s o.rid hy w la r- ould ra se b erid o ur acalp. It's ail very well to say that
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aS? M ais Cn. 13 011 reitrt- er; ha r w duace r ao n ne An b ot e a




ay th Whiting ielda.' Mile of 6mje with Norma le Epiphay. These services will n Deav r h e pbio aa nine of hearts since otherwise he
Ita. Whale hh aI" partic- Val as Chairman andm the cam- clue a celebration of Hdly (tom- Dthe Canul o Pa namaeand
-. _. Ir Traini. ng pagp wily begin on Jana 2ordw a.t me lon at am. and at rf a tthird round of diamonds. The
'l p grit'co.at' t .me ..n g. "hl.rntothanalServie B e onCorGi witht e, uinbal cni Declarer swiftly led a low trump
r stokr np s w itoh wer oringtre i wil beEvnsng and eao J P aa of trumps. Now South had to guessti

a tte ndin g Dhad the nlme of e ac re oflp i30ent T.. oni pe... a d o ytherountroes, mainly e- It Ona tan y have a second trump in his




-se hetthri trshs 01- e dspectafprswplay
L toy ,4 i. t.he dimes grow into dollars. It has oAm a r k cRente dRtcultiet wI h your htr doe not Itt or a high heart from his hand ?
been roughly estimated that e emon there bother your ISouth an't every well to suraye that
m,.t rdayt e Ig ml MTile af dimes would amount to h Pnd nine of heart sine of herwise hest
W. .,.llW :-T .brg Voll ad Chairman andCthY cam-ielude a celebration of Hly som hnson o Sn. M w wr noudt be good, in payig
E._ .i_ _alg p. hn do l arn. pard the at A.eZ atnan. nd _- might ruff the third of diamonds. The
S h l o. sor rt of the Service Center n the Caribbeathe tradition cene- J ooke foolish hefinessed

T!, 'r &fo m e b ohA requie as wI sieeed the seven ohhearts and lost hea
SU.a Utransfen rr Dime d I' DCa placed n the curb- light proea ion at t30 p.m. No S "A Strt T. -11, Panm iny ave ason t ini

d.s been rouhldy eIsimated that a Rvequiem MYapy d South ean't even be sure thct




whr Vincent ds L#ui's Church here When the hand was actually
,MAl4W' m'Ghe of dimes would amount to uien wi At 6AMrof t has the nine of hearts. West
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'""' The moat successful Christmas
gt .K Basket fund drive, sponsored by
the Atlantic Religoius Workers
..and Mr.'S iSalas gaCve council, enabled over 1360 deserv- I
a' If d .pn_.-anee for their ing needy families who had' re-
aitgbiea M Loreta hirsh- quested aid to receive a basket. fAir
t a o f r i A total of 32,247.53 was donat-
h I. r ithda'y anvwera ry, ed by individuals, churches, divi-
ia o. w s ions. and companies on the At-
Saloha le,, whera e par- lantici side to make this wide dis-
t Wht aG d, was' uiSU lb r tribtuion possible.
*d white card=t ai possibe l.A
ab-tale. held a the-ftied Chairman of the committee Is
'Atd.ay-cake. the Rev. Bylvanus A. Scarlett;
Si-irscield ISthe dauIhteri The Ven. Mainert J. Peterson, f
S land Mr' Guther i h- distribution chairman, made up
fid.-r the baskets which were distribut-
ed from the Fr. Cooper Memorial
| The' Iday*s Hall and then to the families of
An dt Ilil all denoitnallons. A small portion
famfii atr taking advan- of the fund is set aside for emer-
tag.-a the. ltsd.Uay to visit o gency relief during the year.
+quc, Chiriql Trhe latest arrmv-
ai it the PaMmonlte Inn at Bo. The Atlantic Religious Workers Ali.
uet1 include Mr. C. P. H a 1 ,Council has been sponsoring this
Panama; Mrs. B. T. Morse, Fund for six years to meet the onet
Panamai Mr. B. G. Jonson, urgent need for relief in m a n y | t
Lima, Peru; .Mr. and Mrs. families. The Council meets once the
ri R. Moaliaon, Miss Debby a month represented by the eler- as"
aro asters, Dni and John Morri- by, chaplains, and religious worq. rl
se, from Plnkina; Mr. and Mrs. en. from a majority of the con- Alka.
Jqaui Harringto Masters Mar- gregations and sponsors a number
',, ad. ari k into lo community welfare projects. A
; and du Master The annual Easter sunrMl.service
S _Sun .,a, from Pa2a- held on a military post. if one
s lt I F lm from of its major coorav project
l9car.a e lser, rom for the community. -
y- M et. from,
Si ar Rrm'i La gOOD FISHING
tid d uad siter Mip Miry
S EAST HAMPTON, Cons. (UP)
~- '- The fGs weren't bitlg but
1? [to ngeeeHarold Marsh came home* wh au
a Ur ar of B t aB. go" catch anyway. He ed a
be visiting her wallet that had been dropd into
Mr. and Mrs. R. Lake Poctopaug byMrs. Jeanne
.ft G P1Ima My C or the Riddle three months ear'er. She
ai holidays, left by plane gave him $5 for returning the wal-
Sght for her home. lt and the $30 in it.


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FELIX B. MADURO GIVES AWAY- PRIZES


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No Admission Will Be Charged
RESERVATIONS REQUIRE A DEPOSIT


FLASH: Come and admire Dickie The Drummer's
new drums, lovely red and chromium, and listen
to him beat on them. He is no good --ut liked. '


We m lots of favors, caps, kec.


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Newest Jet Transport Plans

Told; Pan American Takes 12
Details of a new, larger and long- by 3.800 gallons.
er-range jet transport to be The larger wing will make pes-
knovwn as the "nlhtercontinental"- sible the utilization of shorter rum-
re announced today by Boeing ways for take off land landing when,
Airplane Company. operating over extreme long-rangep
Concurrent with the announce- segments of Pan American's world-
meat William M. Allen, Boe i n g wide air routes. "All of Pan Am-
president, and Juan T. Trippe, press ericans' Boeing. jet fleet will be
ident of Pan American World Air- ericans' Boeing jet fleet will be e-
ways, revealed that Pan American quipped with fully-developed sound
had ordered 12 of the 575-miles-per- ed luss than two weeks ago the
Jour Intercontinental jet transport company's extensive tests to date
The new Boeing plane will be sub- company's extensive tots to date
stituted for a portion of Pan A- on these two problems. indicate I
mericpn's original order under an that a fully operational device to
option provision in the orig i n a I both muffle engine sound anda
contract for twenty 707 jet Stra- perm'; norr.al landing distances;
totiners announced on October 13. on any runway surface will be'
Deliveries of the shorter range perfected prior to delivery of the;
Stratoliners to Pan American will new transport. "The lotereontinen-.
begin in December, 1958, as pre- tal wdI benefit directly from more'
viously announced. Under the new than T.200 large multi-jet aircraft
contract, the Intercontinentals will Boeing has built and thoroughly
be delivered beginning in August, Itested during the past eight years
'3959. Pan American will continue and willrepresent the very latest
to receive the first of the Stratolin- in application of fully proved feat-
era and, and the first airline ti or- ures in aerodynamics. structures,
der the Intercontinentals. will also systems and power plants," Boe-
le the first airline to receive the ing said.
h buge new long-range transports.
The Intercontinental will be li.-
cenb,.d for a gross weight of 280.- I
000 pounds -25 tons greater than im
:-tie standard 707.
-Passenger capacity of the Inter- Saings Club Total
.soniental will be 124 in the stand- l
ad version as compared to 104 in a h $1194 75
thb Stratoliner 707. Tourist version UAf
wull carry 145 passengers as comrn- EWbUUW W
pared to 125. The new Boeing jet members of the 1955 ChTt-
have a range of more than 4 Members o te 1955 Ch t-
cOD miles with full payload and full mas Thrift Savinp Club Fund
ul enslrves ethus msinh eof the United Burial Scheme of
8futl eserves, thys assuring tha
eason, n o a s t o p transatlantic Patmai thlyear saved the su
schedules in both directions under of $8,194-. .
al weather conditions. A grand total of $12,660.36 has
T'ie big Boeing jet will be power- been saved byi the membership
e4 by foul Pratt and Whitney JT4 since the Christmas Thrift SMv-
lubjet engines. Length of the In- hugs Club Fund department was,
tercntinenlal jet is 14 feet 8 organized thrs years ago. Tn
inehes- 12 feet 2 inches longer 1952, $542.00; t I3 St 157-O;
thpn the standard 7o7. Wingspan for 1954, $2,2 an d 195. 'p-
will be 141 feet 6 inches- 10 feet 194.75.
8 Inches wider. The 1956 (i tnrtm u Thrift
Payload will be 36,500 pounds at Savings Clubb FBd w0 l be open-
ful range. more by 8.560 pounds ed on Monday, Lan. 3. Clubs of
than the Boeing jets ordered ear- 25 cents. 80 eot, *1, 2 and $6
ItH er. weekly savings will be opened to
Thuid Si S square feet more wipg all members of the United Bur-
aiea Is 20 per cent greater. Fuel lal Scheme'of Panama and their
capacity. s ,200 gallons, greater relatives.


P RELEASE -
Bob Hpe amazes with' talents won in vaudeville era |
S"THE SEVEN LITTLE FOYS"


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"We're seeing how the record sounds at all the
different speed.!"



THE SAVINGS BANK

Institution Guaranteed by the State

Pays 2% Interest Ausally op Savings Accounts

INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00

We make loans with guarantee. on first mortgage
or other seouftiles.
25c. 50c. $1J and $5.00



CHRISTMAS SAVINGS


deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks.
Individual sanfty dopoeit boxes, for jewelry and
docurnept, In 4 different sizes.


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FARMACIA 'LOMPARDO

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FANAL ZONX POLYCLINIC
SDENTAL-MEDICAL
6r. C E. Fibrels Dr. U. Avila Jr.
D.D.s. (Gcorgetown Unkiersily) MD
Thelt (41h of July) Ae. No 21A24
lOppoalto Ancon Sthool PlaygMund)
Tel. 2-211 PBanmu.

RETIREMENT, LIFE
EDUCATION INSURANCE

JIM RIDGE
PIone Panama $-055u


FOR SALE
Household


FOR SALE:- Ma eopy ward.
robe. night table. vanity, s. l.
Bargain. $150. Panama 3-5024.
120 Via Portie.
FOR SALE: G-eMl Eleelrie
automatic clothes dryer, brand
new. Can be seen at "Agencies
Farmaceuticas," Cantro Mdice.
Phone 3-1420.
FOR SALE:-1 living ro mom. cea-
aisting of 1 couch, 2 chairs, 1
footstool, I coffee table, 1 Mst
next abeia. 2 lamp,. I floa,
lamp. rtaleph no stand, 1 room
divider. Call 87-6181, 80S.A.
Fort Clayton.
FOR SALE:-G.E. 'friu rator. S
cu. ft., 25-cycle. $ 25 W eetrie
range, 3 top burners, even. SS.


FOR SALE.
Automoi6 ie.
FOR SALEO.-PawMkahol .
sedam. blckh. in x septlu ly
good mechanical .e .oi 1
autonUic- l** h.1h, P4"6r .,
saptlight. fe lights, no"w tt-
tery; duly paid. Prie $150.
Phone Panama1 3-3429.
FOR SALE:-'5l Henry J. Vey
good condition. Box 52. Cwume-
du.


Irish Housewife

Faces Decision

Of Living In Penn.


MISCELLANEOUS


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fORSALE

LAtIDAYSI LIq ttiofmer-
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M FO AI:--Krly IYr le largs
quMalre Acwroff Te115 Cl Pst
Shp. 49 Via Epao,. Pbr n-. -
5411,


Phone 83-'7237. 2042- 8 .
TAN. T5 .BXTER. sA S, 23., .Cud 2042 O QLENEALY. Ireland. Dt. 31 WOnted Position
:Pauckers Se Mn .. .... _:_ -_ (UP/-An Irish housewti Swas r. ..
Phemle 2-2451 -- 2 e2562 FOR SALE: Five-piece piLk trying to decide today whether EXCULLENT sek and meal plan-
maple bedroom sute. Ca 'bhe she wants to live ip Pennbsylva- nor lbhes work, ith anH wr
Leaw Riding at seen at Qtrs. 10-6, Ft Cltnes, nia and accept three-nuarfers paNtlme. Could get dinner and
ApSAWAM hDIN SCHMOO.L c.Z. Of her uncle's $500,000 estate. wash up for working couple and
S --Jp. oleasew de-0 s -o----.-- -- Mrs. Anna Winifred .Beatrice uea. Annie Mel.d. Cristobal
s t 9m0 h-e p0279 FOR SALE:- GLeneg elDi sey Lockhart. of Glenealy, stil has SGenel Delivery r sN Mes.
f or by ppgelationt. studio couch, ara cha Ir, Rattve not decided what to do gbout a Mil 3-2747.
Shair. foottool. matching lilo will left by her uncle, 98Ijar-
evr 30:Corp 16" rOg s'`1 fan, old Russe P lcer wha.wd to Buy
--A25-eycbln: Wrn h, anWd Asiu,. Dec. 7 In Dovlesto n, Pa. ______________
S- rle $2; yellow bud tr p"l-erin1 l.tt hi Icylllot wnD
kel ith dp htoe .nd three.quiters ohis 25 le Reasonable Call- Navy
iHe. el-. el0. e'--t:r aiaim ooICk, estqte to Mrs. J.ockhrrt oi eon- PacIi 2391
1 + _2"..-l e S..Catl s-4 t19 Car- dition that she leave Irelctia BoR
SPennsylvan s.
Mrs. Lockhart's husband, WIl-
o i compaction resulting from lam. said his wife had wen theh
trr $ I -. f t affic by he vy equipment or live- detail. of the will, "but she :has ysi n
. W YOIE, ee. 31 (UFP -- tok cana indirectly limit the erne-not rgien it sufficient tthouht rAM
n Corp':Jof America sn- en-e of wheat seedlings on Griat vet and w*old prefr to ga
L-"". Itsund trea and wo..d preer o "& bIought,. eI 5 .p p L one L.
'alv.cInd t i n u' In PSt. s ....r.othinwr at the moment."-a
jto ,on -ed.i in St. -- -

ol. al.*- to 09 COLUMBUS, Ohio, lec. a t(UP)
In t marls the -A West German physician, wea.
t tY's w-. rbut otherwise hale, today com-
h shave he7-tlaa lone. 65-day crossing of
in ..othe Atlantic Ocean in an n1-foot
sailboat made from an airplane
.111 04pontoon, according to short wave
radip reports.received here.
5Dr. Hans Gunthe Lindemanni
33, Westphalia, :PJ q hdit
Chrastiansted 4sr Croix1
ed tater, ( a
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mut Ii an1 l
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ajt ae Frank" is

foundation lIs a non profit
S.. organization .. New
,* was rtered in 104 tO
tage cUreaon, interpretation l
pipmeclattM of the arts and
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SEASON OPEWR -J081ab dolafie (aboe) 1* ii the'two
Mexican bullfigblea stteduled to perform at the 4j nln g the
Ilip bullfight htsson at La Miarens blRintrig iday, Jan. S.
Also perforhfut'-At the opener will be Pepe Lua s tuex. No
pleadorem will e used during the a n

CARY CARANT, GRACE KELLY exciting star duo in
Hitchcock thrill film:

"TO CATCH A TIf .
Release tomorrow at the CEfNTRAl.,atreF!
N Om-_ oa you bay your teket t-ee ."TOTJCH A:
TI ." uaslk for a ticket for the SlMflMe t.(ee ( )
S4!raseWs a frol m Ftel B M.mN'e, ILl 's and
hat will be giTven -m eor. o
Ifntta call TeL .2-Mo9. o


Dr. Lindemana. bWAMelg eish
caught, plus canned and
water stowed aboard e han d-
made craft. Miller said the doe-
tor, sportinl heavy growth t
beard, was put to bed Immediate-
ly upon his arrival.
"He was in excellent condition
considering the Jlggth of the voy-
age and the cramped condition of
the boat, which was little more
than a kiyak with. a 12 foot mat
and a sail," Miller said.
Miller said officials on tle Is-
land, a U.S. possession, examined
the physician's credentials and
passport and found everything in
order.
The radio "ham" said Dr. Lin-
demann explained that the "just
love sailing.and wanted to pthe
wdrld He said the doctor f'-
nances would not permit a.-udi-
nary ocean cruise.

Lalb A rcan Road

Bh i Ses HIgh

Mart During Year'55
WASHINGTON, De. 31 (UP) -
The drive for hihway eomntrue-
tion in Latk Anmeica received
greater impetus In 11S tha in
any other recent iye according
to highway exper ear.
Some of them of editWFt W
er activity In t durg

Th a rateaoaal Rod& Riera.
tla 'deerlMde the iupl to
hilghwr pl-uindni cestruetloq
the l ae at a. toh Ms eso
ic f Central Amgica. It d
m ied tat wtl th that area
tntaIn ill wI arl es r combine

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FARMACIA ESTADOS UIlDOS

FARMACIA LUIX
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FOR RENT
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ATtINTIM 6. (.1 Amiht -

FPa. Pl.a.I. 4. "
FOR RUNT --3,beb"m a"
mont, It wlw ,--RA Ai
Street C "pe.'Alegg. Iltare
37th tue N'.44..
FOR RENT:-. Medest wlii.
room apertmlWAt, peh Ivinmg.|.
dining rgm, .mid's ;ltwelry
room, scree, nd,. t wat.'m.
further dMaile. plws au ,
494. 3,677. ,
FOR E NT:- Ftished -4
mebt basd leesaOgMt k w
San Freashie. $I. I W.-
5024.
FOR RENT-. F.. e .d 80t-
ment, cool. les, gai Mstover i-
frigerale, garage. Noe. 12 Via
B. Perras, San Fheand Plen
3-5582.
FOR RENT.:-, Plmshed Npet-
ment, $45. Nwth Amestead
neighbors. Phoe j0471.
FOR RINT:-- FaraMimed appt-
-mut, all SoMMInd Amy-iM.
spotted.-Via l IalMAS.bo-,
fore JUPU Flamm.
F'-o '_
FOR RENT: 16sueMi apat-
mot,.nmillr inireyteP. VIi P-
rras Noe. 99. P o"tei.2011
FOR RINtf- Futh agt-
ment, 2 bedre. iMug rMom.
dining rem. gas soev, -
ater. 434d Stroe Ni. 64, la
Vista.

Solvadorean Group
Seeks US-Lon
Of Vote MoAines
AN.LSAILVAOs,. DIcHC'S CUP)
several pploicat nrtifE in Sal-
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intensifying search for air mobill- FEAR NEW YEAR RED BLOOKDE-West Berlin, i olated o100 ig
ty on an atomic battlefield, be- miles deep in Soviet-dominated East Germany, fears another Red Fra
lives such flying platforms could blockade. Map shows the transportation network involved. Some ca
be useful for many duties ranging i,500,000 tons of freight fron the west to West Berlin are .carried top
from reconnaisance to behindthe- thanugh East Germany by bargep on canals and other waterways the
lns guerrilla activities. The 1800 barges used operate under East Genhan licenses. German
,Trbe 2W-OUnd aerocycle which Redslai these licenses un out on Dec. 31. Barge traffic must
t o by a 44 tor power stop then until new East-West agreements are reached "on a mim.
moorwas de opedy Isterial level"--anothec Con minitp gimmick to make West Ger-
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Moh. Ver oe, NY I haIrrassmeni hes in the Red proposal to require all vehicles using
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azine said today that British jet
fighters are a poor third behind
their American and French coun-
terparts.
An editorial in the Royal Air
Force Flying Review said that
while the United States has nine
fighter plane-types that can fI y
faster than sound and France has
six, Britain has only three.
The Soviet Union, It said, has one
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ron Ges Party

lorsement Vote
EL AVIV, Dec. 31 (UP) -
Le Minister David Ben Gur-
received a vote of confidence
a his party today at a three-
meeting called by critics of
firm policy against the Ar-

he closed meeting of the Ma-
Party endorsed the "line of
in" taken by the 609.yar-
premier who came out of re-
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Alpha Kenyon, Jr., Passes Away i U.

News of the death of Alpha. Ken- in Fremont, Miciian, three dayse"l
yon. JA., well known Canal em- after being stricken by a heart at; *.
ployc during the Canal construc- tack. He and his Wife, Ada.. bad
tion period and.later, had been re- mad,, their hom in FreWmgnt with
ceived on the Isthmilus. He was 79 his granddaughter, Mrs. Leo Gou-"4
years old. let, and her husband, both former"z'
residents of the Cnal Zone.
Mr Kenyon died December 21 He i survived by another grand
I daughter, Mrs. Every Berger,
Israels security and even dis- hands fson-inr many w,-Carlepud
agreed with the views of his wats or many- DiIrsi pyi.
foreign minister, Moshe Shar- the. Commissary iv lon.
ret. who was prime minister Funeral services wer to be hel4
tll his fll i in Mr. Kenyon's birthplace, Hann.'.
i is fa nilal, Missouri. ;
They sail Ben Gurlon took Mr. Kenyon came to the Isthmus
full responsibility for the at- in 1907 when he was employed aN L
tack on Syrian gun positions a machinist, He- was employed for I
near the Sea of Galilee Nov. 27 most of the remainderF of the cona.
which resulted in a denuncia- truction period and ufli' hii' ra-
tion of Israel by the chief of the tirenent in J.une ia3 fhdt o'
United Nations Armistice Corn- employment was as machist,
mission. MaJ. Gen. L. M. Burns layerout machinist, and flnMWed
of Canada. material Inspector. .


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Victory Moves Yanks.


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By J. J. HARRISON JR.
The rejuvenated Carta'Vieja Yankees are In a
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second place tie today wi
field Smokers, by virtue o
victoriesover the Smoker
last nightL


V In the first game a bases emp-
ty, fourth-inning homer by out-
. fielder Eddle Phillips gave the
Yankees t 2 to 0 lead, after shey
had tallied in the first on two
singles and an infield out, and
S proved to be the winning run in
S the seven-nninn affair.
Bill Iirfs hurled an eight-
hitter In picking his first win
against three losses. He gave up
a four-bagger to Danny Schell
in the fifth for the Smokers' on-
ly run.
SHumberto Robin so n, who
started and worked five frames,
: dropped his fourth declsir* a-
gainst one triumph. Wally Bur-
S nette pitched the last two stan-
Robinson, who usually gets
one base hit every season, came
through with a leadoff single in
S the third inning.
IM the nightcap Ed Monahan
S gained his second victory a-


Gun Clu


CRISTOBAL
Elections are to be held at the
Cristobal Gun Clubhouse on
S Sunday, January 8, for the pur-
pose of electing officers to serve
S as president, secretary, pnd on
the Board of Governors for the
S ending year. All members are
urged to attend the annual
-. meeting of the club and vote on
that date. The annual meeting
will be called to order by the
president at noon.
- All shooting members who are
members of the Amateur Trap-
S shooting Association and the
Sanal Zone Trapshooting Asso-
elation are reminded to renew
their cards for the coming year.
S Membership in the A.T.A. has
been raised from the old fee of
@ one dollar to two dollars.

No Ye ,rt uial

@q mr Tinis Down

S$1,0I Offer
NEW YORK, Dec. 31-UP)-
S ere's one more sign that pro
football is a big business. A n-
S dicate ha offered one million
S dollar for the New York football
a: Onta.
The owners of the Giants
turned down the offer, and said
in a statement-"Football is our
S business and we intend to re-
I main In It" Tim Mara, who now
runs the .lants with his sons
'. W0 1lU and Jack, took over
tp e ai4i t The million-
dollar, or.uld hav iven
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Nearing End Of


Boxing Trail


th the slumping uChester-
Af their 2 to 1 and 10 to 7 NEW YORK., Dec. 31 (UP)-It
sat the Olympic Stadiu.-m looks like the end of the trail
s at the Olympic Stadium for a former heavyweight cham-
pion.
Young Jack Johnson scored a
against one loss. He tired in the six-round technical knockout
ninth with one out and was over veteran Ezzard Charles
yanked for Vic Stryska who fin- Thursday night in Los Angeles.
ished the game. The 34-year-old Charles was un-
Ross Grimaley, who was able able to answer the bell for the
to retire only four batters, gave seventh round because of a bpd-
way to Tommy Hughes In the Iv cut lip. Charles was puffing
second. Orimsley suffered his after the first few rounds and It
first setback ,as compared to appeared his age was too much
three wins. Rookie Chelito Gor- against the younger Johnron.
don worked the last three ays Charles: "I will continue
frames.. fighting despite the defeat." But
The Smokers announced last ringsiders saw the handwriting
night th hey have signed upn the wall.
.. ..stnp o. sn lookino]ter "e e h erVie lds."
shortstop Eugenlo Houradou is %el1"rw1p ViceMati
who they hope to 'use as a re lno or greener fields.
lament for Frank Austn who rThe third ranked welterweight
injured his right knee Thursday says: "I want Carmen Basillo
night in the game the Yanks next. And If he's bsyI will take
won 10 to 06. n R:.v R-on ison."
SBasilo Is welterweight cham-
Austin is reportedly In ban pan, Robinson the middleweight
Fernando Clilnic. -kin
No game will be played to Mqrtlnez stonneci Peter Mul-
night. Tomorrow Chesterfield 1'r in the second round Thurs-
engages league leading Spur CO- dnv ni"ht Pt Milwaukee. WIs.-
Ia at the stadium at 5:30 p.m. cornin. pBrtirp' n minhqer-D1l1
Daly--savs.: "Vince was sensa-
tional Thursday night. I thtnk
_f_ lt ,he can lick anyone in either
b0 b No se dlvi.ion."


Ralph Dugas displayed his
usual good form to hit the top
spot on Wednesday's card by
shooting a perfect score at
Skeet. It seems that the rust in
Ralph's gun-barrel does not
have too much effect on his
shooting, although we under-
stand that he has been advocat-
ing and emphasizing the fact
that a good gun does need
cleaning at times.
Scores for Wednesday were re-


College Cage


Scores

THURSDAY'S RESULTS
DALLAS ELKS
(First Rond)
Midwestern 82, Texas Wesley, 66
Wayland 88, Austin 64


corded as follows: TEXAS LUTHERAN
ET ( tarets) (First Round)
EET ( targets) Texq A&I St Marys (Tex)

RBll ClarDk ...........2. 524 How. Payne S90 Texas Luthran
R. Casanova ............ 23 -
Art Sutton (410 ....... 2 FAYTTEVILLE INVITATION
Windy Sellers .......... 2 (Fi Round)
B. Lastinger ............ 22 Denver 84, Virginia Military 75
Grady Hardison ........ 21 Marehall 130 Boston Co 609
W. W. ROWla I .......... 21 McNEESE INVITATI
Joe XuetePr i0) ...... 21 (FJrt Round)
Bitll'"Brail ..,......... 19 Ste phsn F. Austin 72. E. T ex
W. Johnston (410) ...... 18 Baptist 64
SMNeese 80. Lamar Tech 47
THAP (U5 targets, 16-yd.) WESTMAR INVITATION
(First Round) -
Windy Sellers .......... 25 Wesitnar 79, Central (la.) 78
R. Casanova .......... 25 Wayne (Nob) 82, Buena Vista 61
Bill Cronin ............. 22 MONROE INVIATIONAL
Grady Hardison ........ (First Round)
Joe Kueter ............. 1 Nurtheast La) 83, Southiestern
56
S r s S h Cen. Okla 81, Loudslana Col 74
Sports Shorts .URON INVFAYONAL
(First Round)
__ Minot 79, Northern (Sb)
SHutoD 92, Hastings 81
BASEBALL -
Kentucky 101, St. Louis 80
NEW YORK, Dec. 31 -(UP- Northwestern 74, DArtmouth 60
-The Chicago White Sox have Illinois 102, Drake 60
Signed outfeitler Minnie Mifoso Vanderbilt 64, N. Mexico A&M
for 1958. Although Mfihobo had a 40
poor year In 155, his salary Aelphi 78, Davis Elkins 6_
ca1ls for the same amount as A.F Aad. 74, NW(Wyo) Con.
last year about $32.000. Miflo- Col. 5
so batted .288 last season, and Druy College 70, Langston O
had two disastrous slumps.' Hue pS, Lawrence Tech 67-
The worldchamplon 'rooklyn Depauw 94 Millikin 81
Dodgers slAed pitcher Karl Beloit 2, Ih. wesleyan 63
Spoone;. The!southpaw only had Eau Claire 101, MacAleater 82
an eight-and-six record in 1955 Indiana Tech 80, Okland C. 2
but looked good in relief. He'll Wheaton 68, Univ. of Paris 43
get $9,500 for 1956. California 62, Wisconsin 55
ge- or Stanford 54, Iowa 52
A th Brooklyn pitcher Col. Mines 75, Westminster 60
Another Pyn itche Portland St. 63. Pacific 62
johnny Podres was named So uthern M Oreg 6 Lewis Clark
s p o r t s m a n o f th e y e a r b y S p o r t s 6 7 . .. .
had a poor season with the Poruand Univ 77, Willamette 42
Dodgers, but won two games in U.S. Air Force 74, N.W. Commu-
the World Series. nity 52
Adelphi 78, Davis-Elkins 63
--- Central Okla 93, Ouachita 77
GOLF ORANGE BOWL
Florida State 85, NYU 83
Famous woman golfer-Babe
Zaharlas-Is doing "better" in SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE
her bout with pneumonia. Arkansas 80, Texas A&M 49
A hospital spokesman in Gal- ECAC FESTIVAL
veston, Texas, says Mrs. Zaha- La Salle 85, St.' Johns 76
rias is "a little better and pro- Syracuse 70, Fordham 61
gressing satisfactorily." Mrs. ALL-AMERICA CITY
Zaharlas contracted pneumonia Pittsburgh 74, Hardin-Simmons
1 BIG SEVEN
aO'uahoma 71, Colell 68
RICHMOND INVITATIONAL
Virginia Tech 1, Rhode Iland


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Brown 80. Middlebury 6
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Minesota 6S. Oregon State -b
N. C. State 70, Wake Forest 58
lat Monday while vlmlti*
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Zahartas condition should bu
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Here and thefr in sports...
P mneral services are b ar-
ranged for sprta writ er
Waah, Senior, wboe died T.W-
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age of it. Wash was luey
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3ACNIGAN STATE'S FRONT WALL Limber Ing up for.the Rue0owlI icigneli ate's
laten get the kinks out with some tot-touchn ig 't-ups at Lo Ageiw. : itamoa.rs
.UA in. the Jan. 2 clasil. Left to right are: end Dtve Kalaer, tetkle Ptt- ik. ta sorm
netars. guard Carl Nystrom, center Joe Badai Swaki, guard Dan QurrI nd Joha awis.


Nat Fleis


Hoodlum!


Collegial


Tourney,

Reprinted From Late Friday
Editioas
ORANGE BOWL
SEMIFINALS
Miami 86, Tulane 75
West Virginia 70, Columbia 60
CONSOLATION
Santa Clara 61, Florida State 59
Yalc 71, NYU 70,
BIG SEVEN
SEMIFINALS
Iowa State 55, Colorado 52
Kansas 73, Missouri 56
CONSOLATION
Nebraska 70, Cornell 69
Kansas St. 86, Oklahoma 64
GATOR BOWL
Final Round
Clemson 94, South Carolina 7
CONSOLATION
IJU 91, Georgia 8S
SUGAR BOWL
First Round
Utah l0. Msrguetta 84
Notre Danke .8, Alabama 8.4,
ALLAMNBRICAN CITY
Fit Round
Washington & Lee i65, Col. of
Pee. 64
Ken. Wesleyan 84, Utah State
AL M- EG .
.-. ,_ace
0 AkM 83, Seattle 5,
Loyola of Sputi nTeasn Teeh
S ooLaON FINAL
Idaho. Sate 84, Pial 79
Chaapleitshp '
. Tulsa i. Oklahoma City 58
N. OWleans Loyola 70, T xas
Tech 63
SOtHEST CONFERENCE
SChanoplopu..Imhaali
B'ern M.t .ot 7I0, Se'=s Cal-
fornia 41
CONSOLATION PEMIFIAI .
Ba.ylor. ,, akans 64.
Kaus- State., labdoa Ias
TCU 67, Tfts.A af
EENTU f NVIrTATw NALj
" Cw fSL.KW -, .-
Bowling Gree Aria TS
Louisvle -, uEasterh Zestuaky
MRauy Y) 74 Wet.1adta cb
, ., '.
ehbbo urMilunt .rdwaai t I)

Duke 7L Wetans A5
N. C. St. 54
Wake. = f 'M.mesot& 883
North Carouba 6s -Villanova a
ECAC Nb.SAY -ESIVAL
Marshalt 130 Boston College *
Denver 84, Val 7
NEW ENGLAND TOURNEY


NaIrSl 1 rlobr, 51
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RCBMOES IlWIMATIONAL
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Ci ati ton a 81
Richmond .^14 ,--W May W

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NIVENS vN wOLIrAs

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heNterfelLd Ab R B P A CbeoStrfil Ak irZ
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gEi t C alne ysi bltr and hood



Indiana. Stat 6,.Zh Ior 5of her tht
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CONSOLATON Letidwr tq Thin.n Sd
N. Texas State LouTia na fa d 3an


Tech 62 H/vo-*a* l fironiiu.
IBMANOLIA TOU-iY t "-... .
CenteMary 63lp ah.,Ste iaIa ie'she
CONSOLATON health o e "Qllne anOt
N. Texas State 6Uese, Louiiana =Gbaf1prot-i



champ63. Semmuas I)eischer notes one. Amprove-
Ki rkaville l .Nml 4. ment s boxing tF er' -,te


astern Illinois T, Qincy matter-oat ring t eal se. ine
.dths were rtpwtth.r
CONSLATON ISOLA INA o hal.the world .in bo.tr n


WO ipp.SouthernrISo Wdt,' t e a .1a r t o
76 *-wide oal Padonq
WQINCT INVITATIONAL owest in 10 e. I ar e
B echer .notes oe .Am ri.e-
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Michian State .Maryland






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CUk F aont tp ."1teder for .; ".1
Adrian 69, Huntingi (lad.) So l 4a l lt-
THUD ?LACE eontepdtCT ijor the t I
Detroit Tech 13, Asrauap. (9al.) ]Itraler et3 irplb i B-bo is
4t t hngenr ^the.



I Fost a, Irle wg. t tl tle 6a-nd
a. t f1e-8 Mi t of Italy a't
SAS COINFREATIONAL oO when W'illie wuof
F RoMl lt Aftici montved uer to the
W an ter of Capital hatwp ght lv ion.
Akrh ,. WWOho WeYiDe,. .j I- Lot. .






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.- (2. R .o.d Se .c CmnmistslUer Bernie
modtUea i -BSaeram eato St. 41 il elht e a
rsncisco St. '. Nevada 2if q a mthe. UWill0ve of
St. 6a94, Cal Aggies (Dai.) 'ar a i
fILLINGS WSADLDY I Mlws.
Sat John. ., Rocky M'tain 7.6 h.e ..-
SWaAlabaai 78, lete -wo hs
scaPEmINE ODJA Y "I lay with AFabar B





TOURNEY i not contmm the
(-North Ceatpralp) ut he h as. lled a
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ee Ihem* 'what Othe neet, ashortatop asaId
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ttet tf ICarrasqul' like PorttfIeld.I
ordlnasg a tow. ftosS ote of the best, he
t aum thee of medlocrity. And no one would
than Uiage different the young fellow "has
wftdNP oi th i dadians may or may not be get-


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0.hekatern Confer.
r tatn haf felled
r^& foetbaR re-
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Let's let Graham bow out
way: Old-thauem and
tome at ame .Op
is Yars out


w Brown to van i
t.tra6 f:o i n the D,, r


lamented Al-Amaerica
and tree in the national .
Grham was the Lo I
dreal of football' and rM S
the same cty. They falt BO
reau on. nearly every count, yet
was the finest shortstop a* the
a8s
fatek. Graatm ia lpet
a 'ialsarre were mf.
all-ha e. AutetniatleO .
to w a minimwun running threat
As remarkable as he was as a pa
a, Graham was not the boirt.
ie Van Brocklin of the Los
Aauksp Rams, for one. wa his
r. at throwing a long pa&. It
ia own coach, Br, n. 'wit
U 0edJim Fink oft Pitt
'ISteelers as a superI
short passer.

fleinsohn Worth

Following After


WORCESTER, Man. (NEA-
h,,men Boy ek i took vr.,
Shead basketball coachiTg duties at
Hely aoss Couege this year the
I one Causader he knew all about
waatrommsy Heinsoh.
And. It wasn't because of Heta-


S"I woman accuse sa .-l
i,,,,f, d wi, g .him,' Le n i
lBlryot that" ha t


of the time, to deOtie whlt play
to call. He'oa the fil, has
t* feol of the pme, gastepopta
Irff teammates on eac pIn, if
hoe wat a report"
The hundred of toupods who
have followed Otto Grtham since
hit Northwestern days know that
no .oe had to think for him. Even
if Brown did shuttle tmore guards.


Otto Graham.'...-'
Graa ,mwas, however. t more
asum" Vaser thet Vatf-rock-.
if, Finka and all e ht. He
threw the soft ball when 4e had
the hard one when tip situa-
called for that type il pitch.
"Graham was of below C uerage
speed, but wasn'tM ftoota to
Abpw'off h apeed- or lacdof it,
He ran w ath the idea eluding
would.be tacklers. He dort of
iOt away from them, .usually
to throw. He permitted
b'ckes to get in their Ueks.
Tht dqne, he'd throw off the
timing of tacklers with a swivel.
hipped burst.
When it wasa ,third down and
eight to go In the waning min.
utes, and possession imperative
Graham would get itf.
He has never flustered, had the
complete confidence of his team.
mates. .
It was not George Ratterman's
fault that the Browns did not do
well in exhibitiots prior to the
start of the .eausga t closed.
The line hadn' ed. Yet it
wa f that itGra

im~TriaMble, *Be had the Phil-
adelphia E e -an other pro
was hes dedreMd btat: Oraham
was the difference between. the
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e ~ltalah barn'
WInfrey, The t
ma. ue. ont
rird shte


IMuw .lu g ui-iTlg 4, '. ..
Hew's thsl fr m ae#fiPSn ieb
Madifien (Suxa') N9ta of the
BaItmre'Cbb Ie hdwif to
bIacce sales ...

Phenomenal Sibug Green .of
D uese had a let to do with
making a college aman of Kanies'
fabulous Wilt (The Still) Cham
berlain.. .. The two were- n a
basketball -scrisnage at Kutfer'
resort in the Cktd~s a couplee oa
ummers ago when Wilt still
'hn nigh school and seriously think-
Ing of umpg directly .7 toit
Natiohmal D et. A" oeuoB...
After watch maneuver, Wt
mutteredI g I better to
an learn about the g ...
A veteran NIA hervera i'
lie !Navls* of UCLAa abheter p-


) reipe* t r now tha*n the Ua
BBsitir o*^ "f Preadigeek l th
Russell." .
-. E
IU eould be fserh s bad sue w
combe because l
office has com1petely taln :ver
,the big hurler s affairs-financal
advice, public relation etc... ros
Rumor Is hell opeU a iuor j tare Leo Li
in the Newarkr. u .... holds
Football's pest under rated record
forward is Cla*hd' .rsatiet 2 feet
Mike MeCCrmack., .ne A(14Str Cownt
sldetltes..msely: the. rwop
toep offnive mainal at atio, N
and their be t e defe. When
Inerted at middl guard .. : Det
Vraatlty also fit Sr ing

biirea ll Wl
are, omlfow .ap sta Detai
irai itlcss5 a iin
ent with t' aIy* sa l ptp fig tuaulv
SzaggS y that wIded of- game


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e (,.wi State raWr i
Meorath 0, 4his
alis raised and g tl-u
to his seat, was kl we
M& car reNed over fut tas,
ante hitting spmt a
crayb haltotbw T/


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IS EDDIE A RO!IN ua sa
el0,00 Swepe at
Cca.go-." Wa__Itnl Park. It was'wev4wege ftor fasm'"
Who Ifliphed saec to the Callforkitihbl in liemlou Dery


RUWN THE YEAR was--*
iatslfback Ken Bhepi
f Pealea he returned the
M LaM kiekoff of Penn-Notre
, i w psos 108 yards for a
tftueh4iw. The 19 year old
sohoa speedster was the
WdI.vf star of -the 'game.
tIlt, l )D pans In addition
to ,,l, but superior Irish
Stesp a4led, 4B14.


OF 1 YEAR chase for sold
Archie Moore, w ;
Yankee Stadim .t
tChamp
Rocky only pIe
Sli with and knock Uast A
Archie. hits tlesck -"
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7 ame up with a $500
S ert rfor two Amer
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h g that the demand ill morte than plie ropotlon to the vapcine.
Sat with t supply w the tuky, as took a
as ht seaon next jprng. sta agat vae but
S tite- tte-b athb health er old give
Sbu-t Pr her o* to those who them.
Seottearn a su S p. shots In doc- Some *med|l to'mass
r e du stores and local toie program also wase re-
l t '. s is about iore.. New Jersey and Kasas.I
a.Aw oo under present ept *uthorines WW thrme
authorities said lLdemat th e= :

ti t nB e thep ad a slump asset
I. ', l- t wq
a>Hf It a Dr. Clegre, hadatCol P s
'" "De a blea b ereoasl I o to V elarl mel, stats-by-
Telsrte a t br syotl roem isnwytem.t

eS a te v s dhe koes d
r ui tSuere" outi Dre. 'Av. L Gr ay e

I he progr toebas etn waIj tW
rggt ascen ou nulewhaILe
.t "d ay estate fmore s have had
F Lios r- Viltbok. re head. o Crola-
.% Tio e ot. who w ater a. rhp's adeame, pheadt
*Pf ~ 1pres omra apnrifes wax: "Tbh sagout
waa l.w what e T

... _-s 'beieved we have oatged r pazbli.
sto te proi to 4 extent we


'o day balm states, in miany DiWDall ftam, New Je w
TV, a.ti. .'to Vae states, and health director, demand la


SArmy Career Sergeant Becomes Father

1Of3 Future WACS; Space Is Problem


& C., Dee. 3K (UP) Clay PoppeD wll be one yer old
W. Popll started tomorrow, and Deborah S was
bigger hAM today- two years old yesterday.
rasefer POppell, a care Isodier attach.
Alied with Sata ed~ to the Army laserve advisory
t the third straight group here, presently lives in a
two-bedroom Columbia home but
's 18-year-old wife said "I'll have to get a bigger place
iy toio r_, beoeius we're rentty rowded
ost hospitaL Derek


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ta ih 4


able, he said, it -ould vaccinate
only 27 per cent of the eligiblee
The govement released nearly
1% mima hoti t voeeine In De-
e m but ho"e prUetioa will
e the ar hi-
idety mueasl a e .

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a 17-year-old trend h
mero. a former in New 4maB.M
They were waltun for get.-
tOPear lb. tioenmr Ii


7 ;
Rerm qtirried the o
man thrMgh tb jungle fr,*.
bout twe-rters of an bo10
and t -en bw r took him to
Lhnon Vwhreha was able to get
salxing -


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Up The Panama Aican's

They issued ,000 worth of
- stock at par aue. oun- (And He It Back)
he ve1i retake rivow* gsare'.
or onem over hal. Va.uw- q

ti$AcdW g., _has be e -n I ar m
S knww tht t ut popular it contest toon tart He cntr house bra eiob






6rt bck or so and a f lasue. She dail y' en- at MAera
in forbloa from Wic, kt b the 9 pel nown to later tcall that ...nd pured co Mt
Sthe Only bardi ey that went Wounsch offered a Ford ar swer tunder.R-una el, erv
Sstakd Rounve n the pinch- nnte th the t e o eso ma ent t m
M., in o the dall on Oct. 7, 192. alsoersed o On tpns he m. .



1in Wsn recalls that tr The announced tt en thtrne cae to pay Wunchre the of e
n am ou column war a ierd for g ve.otW h who wa dvrM it looked libe bg pot aI a j-eob
a taeistetter, but that uw an ed ith consolation prize. Srney oto r th a thlo e iTne, r.:



n. taE ve see 1 a drea i Lng- Sit efo (a retiy r- a sevell stories romn oat Hose.
1 terviewwith h old papr tht dnamedInoet C l tuda.n
*b- dal Bater often bedded of frnm e "You knr w it asfon am ror yeart. h had .








un down at the offoee for the night fhe Slthe tha or her. Wh soldwe pay bl moreta itmas
e11's eh rgecf o Inn Zoe teromastor mis n alt i rre with i
S o the inRnt prodigy had a Kn toe friend a nhe'. "hnterdtheabreat




M hard sbcripdn't ecllf ahured othy. M aendeA nw of the tar n of th. In the end Violet helt
- evrculaton Andw-was theater at no and Healid circuat who et padto, stell adved on llin b
t buck or so and s bue no Uine-to waotil nto a sc i mble to s enjoying itertd or 1 ith H year or s. control e h gets to-





, bild one by odin athodj. ot a, ut up. aWch so. issuMeanw.Shie 1eny who had t falf1orow i
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his thonge up the ideLa of running eorg Da manyaon the isthmus were motors business, seold out hs o a el zonian.
S"Oct ..t pinis nan cin-cr, who
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in ^u, r calls p,,, the dalyonOct.7192. also pourd out Ont is- h 4'0dW_
e ... 'he paper announced' that en the time zame to pay Wunscb-are thpesl o.s.o Le












ma famu.s coum was 4 fine in- vaid.A
St butter, but that mneal- U. .violet Wunsch, who .was 4 int'looked lie d b Pota, a
I tor e saued a dremy l- hon ot ri (se etrd O re to eilae to storing a T i wi a
b- vdbeg Baxter often b it fewd are being given federal and tte, funds a vac-
Sth ofi e h toal wNl cml f -- i a e "tle ore C hrtmas
go the Inont prodigy had a Kan.) ho oWchta rn o-hs kept abras
lot of interested readers, but no Also Introduced wasML t Do lpacb, however, would have of locali5g00 09w. we.thiligs
t hard subscription list or assuredotfy. Mealndez. now of the Stat non ofo this. in the end, Violet he's leandrom 0 ibo
circulation. And there was no and Herald's editorial stiff; who got- paid, stayed on selling ublshed by t#e Ci o duim-
11 8ieMq-ad hene no time-to was Atlandlc sri reporter. and enjoying it--for 10 y IS o ers...fsow.aInn nd .-h 8itso a
uomeb4ty 0 peadins thod. i i d bt very much 5. eanwblle Henry, who bad Califoornia h gt
.--.modest Henry present in UpWkoftof tingthe U.S. Rubber, Willa a nd ix- RBut- Sie =W5o11o 1all he
Wi lWIt doesn't say who out the usapei were mo er/ado IIds battery agencies as well is finds,. I16 a O,&Ia.tEn neighbor
thodugh up the Idea of running Georgi V. Dar' wh for many the motors business, sold out his who Is 014 a .N a -, Zonlan.
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