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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01783
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declared "We're in troue,"
o predicament of the GOP was sum
Thek M ied lm a a go *o** m re saed els Tbhe Peame Amer.' ied aP Betly by its leaders Ji
s es. L s ec ed f sed oe bad'd is a whe, p seas. two dierent camps."
-7. President Eisenhower at hi
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Sday. Lamlese Ie pe Mtishd i te rie ,em na. a red that e did mt belie t
Ple euy so keep Ike laee lmied s e *Sm pne inkmet. o r. t
IdemaOdy N aNee In ers bid im e lt eoaeaidee. I
Tine ewapev tasmes m- o l .. ..ahi i em.. a- s Said Rep. Clarence Brow
T h99 f I. -t-.Ohio: "The people voted fbr 1
AmSmed is kneO Mi men I change and they don't beaev thea
o they got it."
COLD COASTER HITS A NOTE wordJ to expre the same a
Ft. Gulck. Canal Zone. ep. Danel A. Reed o New te
Dear Sir: declared: "The people ave give
On the Atlantic Side. there are a number of people who have he answer ia as merts
the educational background and the interest In fie music neces- as to ,wt they wam ed d d
sary to enjoy the very wonderful program being offered by the enot get." T ere y have the No.
Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop iame n a Bntahle.
Quartet Singing in America at the Balboa Theater on the Pacific It is poielUle that Pmreuaet El.
Side.I, myself, would enjoy attending the program since I am seabower meant Id i ateid el
old enough to remember all of the songs offered. M2. Democrats Grm Cleveland
I am sure that there must be some location on the Atlantic and Ada! A. SteaYe t Mrst.
Side where this program could be offered either in a Panama won the presidetal ee a
Canal Company theater or some other building. If the Pacific IlM. But cetrary to a Iouhar
fide has enough customers so that it could show there two nights, impression, their adma tio
surely the program could be onered one night on the Atlantic wasn't any too p el w the
USide. senhownl coig i f
A number of y friends would be eager to attend this pro- T e evelamd da ertia
gram. We all think that the Society for the Preservation and was marked aRby edM the Pull.
Encouragement bf Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America man strike with deali re-
should get busy and give the program on our side so that we pression of the (xey'a many
rral folk coula enjoy It. search on Washlnagtae .ha
Sincerely, times for everymela wish Ua4-
-President. Society far the Prevention of Cruelty g refused to take a
.. to the SPEsBoA Fern. fr remlie.
It was in 3L 6 that WUlafg Me-
SpOVELMAN SAVE TeAT POOL Ialey won the preside ep w h-e.
To it may concern: oia nI yeas of continuous h
* heard that they are going to fill n the swimming pool c si control .f the W ite
at the Coroaml townslte. That is a dirty trick. Here we are way The McKinley a dstrtio was
oat of tow. We don't even have a store or clubhouse of any an era low taxes, hgh parte.
nd.. No theater or ball field and you won't even let us have a tve tariffs, gold-standard, Mnoed
ra.Wuniag pool so we can have some fun. money. That is what the mde e"on-
O g ,y a -Disgusted 11 yar-eM. servative wing of the Repblea
Pfarty, Sir which eCoartmch
An oAfflelal spekesman at Salbea Heights sase the filing Brown and Reed are spiueamap,
lh et the is mow "wider study" awd that en saemanee- wants to go back to.
Sinem wMI e a e aee as to the deieo.--Ed.)
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WHO MAKES THE RULES? Kinleyk Theodore Roosevelt ..nd
At ; William H. Taft, there were -ile
S .. Someone at Rodman should either edit the newspaper "High- registered Republican in the con-
light" or furnish the correct information to the employes. Not try thanre te were DeN o t.
the head of the department of misinformation and malfeasance. The R Mi slogan, ".Tiu
the I .c. o. dinner yI.p ha great a o
The article titled "Annual Leave to Separating Employes," thy v is doubt t
last paragraph, p 2, reads-"eatment eads to make deter- electoa be won "o i a
miatlon as to whether or not toe taking of such excess leave a tow.d sW
prior to separation will be allowed." St s today show mo reg
Navy apartment says: "To prevent leave forfeiture employee ular Demoeats than reuawer- Re-
shaobe permitted to use current accrued leave before separa- publcav sare re littered. What Is
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nation and' educso eofffc
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6:30 p.m.-B.T.U. Trailg in Christi. Livis.g
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i 3mocralic Whip Dippirng Patients

Piugs For $2 Billion in Ice Water Tubs

Air Defense Screen Aid Heart Surgery
WASHINGTON, Nov 21 1UPt1 CHICAG, i ov. 21 (UPi -
- House Demociatic %vl ) Jouul Fohr doctors said today tithAt
W McCor,nack held tooay lie heart surgery can be Impro.'ld
1,h; "reliable" iniarmatlor. the by dipping patients into tubs OJ
United States could build an ice water thus lo..'ering triir,
'.adequate" air defense atcien body tempei-tures 20 to 28 de-
for lea tri in t .o biollon dollars., grees.
The Mazachusett. congless- I The lowered temperature slows
m.un called on Piesident Eisen- down blood circulation permit-
nower to .aunch the program tins surgeons to see precise!yv
and offered to help him raise eht what they are doing, the docto.sI
necessary iands said
Unless tne President steps up Normally. surgeons perfo'nm|
defense plans,. McCormack mdi- many types of heart operations,
cated he would not suppolI ad-, -blindly. guided only bv y the
ministration proposals lor a de- feel' of the palpitating finger ",
lay in some of the scheduled tax the doctors said
cut-. H.e also told reporters The doctors making the re-
House Demociats probably will north In the Journal of the Am, i -
try to tatten the ne'.v defense lean Medical Assn. were Henryi
budget if it looks too lean. Ewan. S Gilbert Blount Jr., and
Other published estimates of Robert W. Virtue. all of Denver,1
the cost of tightening suos0in-' Colo., and Irvin Zeavin. Lync!i.
tially the exitlinu air scre.?n a-
round the nation have ranged Thev .said they had used th.
utv to 20 billion. But McCormack cooling off method on 15 pa-
said his figure came from "re- tients One operative death oc.
liable sources curred and another patient died
"It is a disgraceful situation after surgery. The doctors said
when in case of a saiik attack surgeryv showed the latter was
our defenses are such that 70 already beyond help
per cent of the attaccking pianee The doctors said the patient?.
can get through and hurl their were given general anaesthesia'
instructivee bombs on our cities and then immersed in the tubs,
and our people," McCormack of Ice water until their tem;)er-!
sl Z." atures hcd dropped from t:-,e
'it is known that a defense normal 98 6 degrees to between
system can be established re- 707 and 78.8 degrees.
during the chances of enemy After the operation was over.
plans getting through to frojni the patients were dipped in tubs1
5 per cent to 10 per cent. Such of warm water.
a defense could save millions of Athoito the ages of the 15i
American from being killed or patients ranged from t'ir"e
Americanstrm being killed or I months 'to 28years. most of thi -n
As for the existing radar-in- were children, the doctors saili
terceptor warning chain. Me- All of them sufferedfrom all1-
Cormack said 'we are not doing ments which prevIOuslv b" I
anywhere near whatwe should. generally been treated by"blin"
He termed it inexcusablee H urgerv They said the results of
McCormack said he and Houset"heir 15 cases justifies more Px.
Democratic leader Sam Rayburn ,te lve clinical study of lhe1
have exchanged letters about' l tn clinical stuy oI 'e
possible moves bv administra- system.
tion forces to impose ? a mtles tax I
Whether at retail or manufac- said 95 per cent of House Dem-
turers' level, and that "we are ocrats would vote against a sales
both' opposed to both taxes." He ipx.


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ThoIdr at the OffleesE Club. QWalb Clement, Mrs. Loon 8*.g- mneuWe
_VW 44o1p neweemersOU to he e su- of and Mrs. William. 3adderx. recedW 4'S
man h l te oM fla who h a v ieag.* Mrs. Howard Harris won the tons af e d
7 oo to day on the "Pacte Unity" bridge price and Mrs. a ry ten*eof t e.t
Ss1 T. 'ti from Manchester, England. They Lou Crawford the door prime. tri 913
!A F- 7T-0.* wAgo bate. an ad an ezzus me*sva- Col lege Cu Plane 10 daysict
la K*heso Min w ,ow rThe Caribbean College Club oe Bulkan w t
nowhor t ln illd Its regular n'etingTues In -a spirit
inan r Mr. Mrs. rles Elliott ld Citobal with Mrs. I- It was baetd th~tas
n an % 3 A Lt n t tt @ t M *ae b Peters r o g. not prod c e n h&~d, ,i
-momhNineUnew Adlerm bybersCoerew- a predicted ba
S.. e a e ferl of the late Mr. mcoeednto the orane w- id by me s.
P-."n L. l .... Sam Elliot will be dondulced and plan werd made for theo attain s.
a ll Corage of baby orhidswth in Monroe. Penny Social to be held Jian- Bt the three nations wre b. '
Sll L. prsat eard wereP t- ary 23 at the Hotel Wasbin- lieved to have reached coa- .
l .i i ..'....the .. ti o the 't- Visitors Prem Venemela ton. Last year's Social was derably more atrenent In do-
SAll ofthe wuste Mr. and Mrs. EmlOtt tr- such a successful affair that tall on mutual defense planning
de nviha natmsae cards, the. rived by plane Thursday from It was decided to have a "re- than at their previous meeting
S. to get acqawnted Mexico. They have eujoyed a peat performance."
1 A low PAtaMt of trpipll two montb' vacation in Cen- The Ankara pact igned ceril- "
smer, with the handle trial Amertca and are return- Following the business meet- er this ear was a doeu-
i.L ,s. 6 sab. Goodta. T..L "1 (Haap Onted with flowe adVrn- Ing to their home in Maraal- ing Miss arjoire Price show- meant offredp wiout p
.a.S. w seSo moS e lceantered the coffee bo Venezuela. ed pictures of Peru, which she rifle, military alliances. .
S. i a whi Mrs. W. A. during their stay .on the took on a recent vacation.
C.e.r ~ 'Iki N, M. IA.ad, M~g. Jsthmus they are the house- .
SMro .nd A. rs A. L.A- ea ts of Mr. and Mrs. Larry P Wpkin eolesle Pr
S....... D / N prelded. llucoci, of Coco Solito. Prance At "" Decli
'Adi t -.. for the oce ft -The Pumpkin Pie Prance cline Sighly
.. .. t al .-*. dts Ray TRenr. of 2Qu ,- 1 awed Bettrs the feature of this evening at
.- P *:::: t the houseguet of vacation the Cristobal YMCA-UBO. Gus In US Lst Week
;. D erre Mr. C. . Haywood, on Coco rym will furnish music for
Se*rt Eli to, arrived by plane last dancing, which starts at 8 m.T No (UP
|.. mm~lE~ u"Si sairtl. lt;BB. Xl B H O3Bt o: Flrrwi Cal~fo, mlght from a visit of eight Wh~0fOitlceuadecledma e
s see .. E..... *a .s ........ I. m. p uustot Mrs. W 4. 1- eeks in .Miami, Wiseonsi d and e -th o onepe
H. A.oTexas. aaee to-tth fner
the wik en, td-lat :
140. san d:it", - K 'La --eroix M MuEThe Laboa Dpr, r -
*Isiter. .rean Culferida Mrs. Jame. Mrs. Lare th o of Xfeet a h
't ul.. s and Mrs. HW o Mrs. M. M.LaC rs roL. Ms ot- Lcroo iax plSlS o a;ll t-
Sat, -J- jCbad as their 4ner. ..a for a benefit card lt .tod. T it i.re o.
t Se newss "i 'fiuSz lmueday, evren.OCgT -y-N ,en at her-home. n Gatun,
?meS ndE.r IN. Doab a edneaday evening ftW the so- Cd pce.
.A.nr. r.. W .ia, oLf dality of the Ibmmaate Con- ALL BAND RADI.$ Sd tne 147-49 average
ssL .n N 5m m omAd.n. .. Astolpt, D.r..- C. Also rti ception Church in datum. OISTYIUUTeD XrLUSIVIy 'w. j... .
agi- aml Ia in Scoo a Lailueant andMm.dbByeLowemeroe an
-[,333S* nd UM MWUI Her guests were-Mt. Thomas ue' p" l frf
an. .. lRo McOinn, Mrs. LJohn Greening, Mrs. P_ ui ut poee .
liifeJBllc.. 'i..*.... m'* ^ I U..1 .. *i,>.* 1Sa Voi S0 "From 0Il.ma l Mrs. James D.n._, Mrs. tLee /',in "w thnlk ofmet a lalh I
toii_- mii. 5 m. Ee b. o. M -and Mrs, V.w A. Nas Ms. A g. Nra.Mrs. oAmp o e Mrl es of all othMr -s
SS~g~g--A .se HelenHiot, 44=-J JR d Kasovsy.lM. Joseph 4S fcl index gr is bout-
noCalifornia, are.ts tho NM rs-
AOL ORa Ammo 11 be I*. h eand Fmher as, Mrs. 0. L. H#anson. Mrs. d et oef Per ut oofI.
W e AndArew MLetE Mr. 0. C. TOPICAL ELECT"O S o, than-the average for lst moth
.... i'id M. W. Ir.: Schelbe, Mrs. W. Werlein,
.*lw -.iIwA !_. riin .a .-...........Is aO.Slaughter, Mrs. Robert Johnson, v ember l6 . 1
.INGOD Fort Gulick Ladues-Club prs b .
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fght foliage, On the the R.O.NuLr. dmner meeting
ow heon table held at the Coco Solo Officersd speak perfet Spanih iad
-^ ^ ......,.. A l exhibit of her painting Club Wdnedy evening. Nomn- "
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SYDNEY. Australia. Nov. 21 (UP) Austra-
lian tennis wizard Lewis Hoad, nursing a sore el-
bow won the New South Wales singles champion-
'ship today in a prelude to the Davis Cup challenge
round.
-t. Hoad. 19. overcame his hand- chalk-lifting corner placements
leap under pressure to turn back: that gave Hoad trouble until
a fellow Australian star. Ken Hoad broke through Rosewall's
o Rosewall. 8-6, 4-6. 9-7, 10-8 be- delivery.
fore 11.000 fans who gave him Hoad's elbow Injury caused
t the greatest ovation of his some apprehension among offi-
career. cials that he may not be able to
A Hoad's "tennis elbow" caused join Rosewall in doubles com-
Shim to slump occasionally but: petition against the U nit e d
i he fouRht back tenaciously.: States in the Davis Cup chal-
when necessary, to smash Rose- lenge round next month.
wall'- services and fire aces on
its own serves It was learned-yesterday, aft-
:. Rosewall never stooped fight- er the 19-year-old "wonder kids"
~Bn and worried Hoad many: beat Vic Seixas and Tony Tra-
times wi0h' his often-superior'bert in the doubles finals that'
sa1 sslnq shots and smarter tac- Hoad was suffering with the el-
Cs. In the third set he made bow Injury.
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Ted Bchmidt, fishing off the Niel's 250 pounds. The Hula has I
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Cuiman II, yesterday noon land- twelve sailfish and three Mar--n MPe|C0 Kace
what Is believed to be a new Doctor W. T. Bailey, of Gorgas -
a B record. Schmidt Hospital, landed his first black The second quarter of in it that
the fish after a four- arlin on the Viking. His weigh- MEXIUO CITY. Nov. 21 (UP) the Fort Amador to their no
-one-half o battle in Pi- ed 500 pounds and John Mc-- C. D. Evans of El Paso T Bowling League. ai Major e of
eBd ous Cnnaghy landed a 270 pound- "the world safest driver in t4 week, and the the Leaf Clom a d
STe peious black marlin er. world's toughest race," predict 7400th AU of game an "
od r .Pananma Bay was a The Soltura reported that ed today he will win the sm dahed to the rd w hey edged one
I,-,baider caught in November there was plenty of snapper, cor- stock class of the Pan American recorded clean sweeps their hih series competition. b
Isf bIy;. -y Tef Stahler while bina and amber jack being taken auto race as 95 survivors set out opponents a 519 ob.
fshig off San Jose Island on on spinning tackle at Piflas Bay. on the most dangerous leg of the The 62nd MRU wag aided
te kip Jack. Stabler made his All the weights given above treacherous 1912-mile route up greatly by the efforts An Interetin denote
eatch in three-and-one-half are estimated except the 854 the length of Mexico to Ciudad george eletes, vin ed f ct that ertiX P. WIln
ours. pounder landed by Ted Schmidt. Juarez on the Rio Orande. both high gametand have li 12 straight
John Schmidt- laded a 324 His marlin was weighed at the The death-defying course, with 218 and 640 e .U The leastue .tandings:
sound (estimated) black marlin Pifias Bay anchorage. which forces drivers to careen With such an effort.. S -t Team- W
uTbursday and Lt. Brown, anoth- Fish boated to date: dowq narrow inountain roads at iMP Svc Platoon had -'t1le Rtes ...............
'or member of the party, landed HULA, 12 sailfish and three' 120 miles an hour. already chance in their matd&htw the ies ................
S190 pounder, his first. marlin. 'claimed a reported 10 lives, t 62ndch MU nH. P. Wing .........
The Caiman, Hula, Viking, Sol- CAIMAN II, 29 sailfish and eluding six Mexican spectators. In the 7400th A' Old BoysWi .............1
atra and Seri are out on a nine four marlin. iln the two previous races a to- ob over '"A" team ot'- kiddes .............
[A. trip. VIKING, 19 sailfish and three tal of five participants, one ecalTroo wa Ho- ........
twas a week of first; for marlin. spectator and one highway guard well leading he waya he ro- Strikersa ........ .. 8
of the passengers on the, SOLTURA, five sailfish and no was killed. ed the sacod aiy e th e Alley Kats .......... I
te. On the Hula Mrs. "Kat" marlin. i In addition to the six specta- niht wth a 5e Alley Kate.........
er landed his first black SERI, four sailfish and one tors killed when they crossed the The first quarter achamlon MARlgOA 0-
In in 20 minutes and Neil' marlin. path of an American driver, he fi5t T. Car Co., apllr AG
Joined the debutants' The boats will return to Bal- those who lost lives on their first their match the te With a little a
S hs first. Mrs. Mesner's boa tomorrow between 4 and 5 three legs of the race were Gir. of ch Troo inth luck the
trlin weighed 210 pounds and n.m seppe Escotuzzi and Antonio league's other match wee. once
-- Stangoll of Italy and Oscar Ce- Monday, the 62nd MR. faceb alone
peda Mler Teran and Luis Pom- the winless "tea C
SEC Team To Be Host bRivadeneyra of Mexico City. el Wh toOf
SDoris Hart Moves and the5M6th MP aS'a-.
or Sugar Bowl Game Into Third Round htea" of
InBr i TThe league stanLditng after
aRLEANS, Nov. 21 andBaylor are still in the run- In Brazil Tourney first night of second-quarte e'ID 0k if t
-ie Digby, general manager' ning" -. .. 1' t em- W t i.b.T2r e dn
N, ew Orleans Sugar Bowl,' Digby said Texas Tech with S^A PAULO. DralNo. e W aith i P'
ted today the host team an 8-1 record, and which has UP) 'DoriHart of Coral a 62nd MRU Oa- .n M........ 4 A ei
New Year's Day football been boomed as a Sugar Bowl bles. Fla .. Ingrid Me- 518thT.Car ..........4
would be a Southeastern team in some quarters, "also has' ner of Brazil 6-0 ,2 In the 516th T. Car a ....... 24 the
once team and that an some..admirers. secon. .roud 6f b4 'women's Sp. Troops "2. ........ 2 1--and the
ent.probably would come "That all available teams have singless in the Sad a Tennis 516th MP............0 -Bta.a-
the rn oroutern or Southwest lost one or more games is not To nament.r Sp. Troops ........ 0



,r d o dour I m rtant."he s aid ad rnul A o. a du n th ue to a e thi d --
-d- any picking before theI games with unbeaten and un- defeated Andrel etri of Ve Ok led Ba on the "Io
organd "maybe not then." d whh has of e of thrillers wasBrazil. -2, 6-, ... Shirley d this wo rthey alut oved
"e outstanding SEC teMarym Duke v Alabama, and each oneC Fry of Akron, 0., and Enrique their but the- Brins. 'by


and Auburn, Auburn hast the,
not necesarnd Alabay the ntucky In- had several defeats during the Cath Morealcof Argenta defeated flying extended
I3son a percentage b said. day- regular season tory of Miss Mezner and Hor er- notice'an went on to take
e preferred host team," Alabama possibly could get imann of Germany, 6-3, 6-4. 4 points to make the efforts-
y said, "And Sugar Bowl- 0-t nod today If It could up- the Wings a Od 0 est fu The e ta.
South ofve those gameows. Digbfor set Ougar Bowl and said it could Mary- More advanced to the third In the ot mal
ibles, will come at least onehave ruciedal con- altoughp with c o ne rouences d of the men's sngles byteams t


able to stand uManuel against ke the Orange Bowl did. a i
ahead. D a Tide still has to meet Auburn, zBeting M anuel e-4. ofved .l
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opposition, wheh er that "The Sugar Bowlers have been w c nr P'. Ski
a left. Alabama. has G eor- reluctant tords in the SEC. r *
and Auburn, Auburn has promotion has bn a success NEW ORK ( -
onan oppolabana. Kentuckyo In his column in the Catholic Jg ohThed.oPRo
Tennessee, and Mississippi tAction of the South, Digby to- w we ,r to m "
hasoissisppi State." he satdlday reviewed the history of the v h G mn second hcr, thatt
Sout of those games eventDgb the sugar Bowl ans had to en-it could f "yracus -la T Dtime' tfi .
es, will come at least one' have tied up with conferences firs.t *
able to stand Virupagainsts like the Orange Bowl did. or n JanuarHeld Havnt
opposition, whe oerthat' "The Sugar Bowlers have been match can be made amf .
be Alabama, Auburn. eor- instead o tie up because their z statement followed a
ech, Kentucky or Missim-, promotion has been a success EWo YORK, N & (UPo whopp]
ad anoponntculwithout it." he said. "But more Manager Angel Lopes old today women
id an opponent couldimportant than anything is thehe would approve non-title e
from two conferences -'fear that a tieup would some-'fiaht for welterweight c i tempio e ett
the Southern. which has' times bring attractions such 13 idavilanTi wlthCOA bem n I- er
-its bowl ban in the event the Rose Bowl has had to ean-i o vaw te ail-sotee
amplon. West Virinla. get% dure when taking the second or: in o7anr S at racui n time a



January at Hd avMan n the' bw1ie
station, or in the South-even-third team in the Big Ten' match can be made." n
where Texas, Rice, MU instead of the champion." oezr statement followed a ut
Hvana announcement by Cu-
ban promoter. Cuco Condo that toe8
Gavilan-Basillo fight fot Feb. 6. ed a 0rtI
"The fight would have to be inATgamef or
January." Lopez aid. "We may also the s 1wi
have another committmen in 398.
February."Int
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Eve ,If t were pe is te pPre a the master fo a lR.,
there's s M the ewl rr MIt
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It Is. not unprecedented of course, for clubs to pa maRs
r not managhig. Inded, it lons was an Old -.
iven the -weat ri can Lgue me ho achieved dla e
otby wo h N five itth t with the ankles, was
any club ledge l in absentia amd was remunerat
T -. a ey' managerial garft were samilarl
ad he, o was brimbed to runsin away from Flatbush for a
seamI so te team would have a chance.
it keep the record straight. oft aould r e noted aeltatnore ale
S d ntwo managers an the i ayrol when it big league
Stan the reonat rmed onat. ft achieved Imanrtao go,


r b 1. 1r resso s best known to asthnmore's general
ager, e Arthur ihlers, it was decided to add a third.
Not too much I known abouvet Mr. hler a. frt
mTaO exept the reatord it saihd was only man wsato knwl


w ah no prideful man, however, would want to boast Wn
wOnetMarn. or reason ni favor iwns that he lm no time I


out and he did sign a gOod man In Dykes
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yuECX HAD THUE mOT "
Baltimore Inherited the Hornaby and Marlof salaries from
the St. Ioul Bmrownu. Both had bdenj, ed by Bill Ve8o t. .-
Od( Characts. Potsily baseball Ia aonly long atfaMhigo
business in which a Veeck could crteiseauh a aeuatlsal *
act. For it must be rememsbex that Oe se in, t clereld
drew 2, 63,7 cah a record for both eagu
and he did win a pennant, the f for the lake front city
years.
Moreover, he wo among the first to recognize the big
potental-s .o Milwaukee. Aa was made to picture
a victim of the double eas. oiity when h
vainly to awtch the but thbis was sheer no
He wanted to usc iMitte for money and then i
fathers were curiou5sly -
Veeck m& y have i ht about Bornsby. who doesn't
to pleae asnbe .-aa l, iium manager and It wasn't he w
gave up on bqo J i M||,e In expfainlng why he PetI
red Dyk.., dS 4J d t a knock on Marion fro
Louis. Tialy. r no ave meant from Veeck.
MUiI, no eiubawner, not-even a Veeck, hires a manage
out knowing kgft deal about him. How. then, can ulub .
era be so 9d often? True, a lot of manage u-ae
emp to fan clamor and to cover up front office n;fflc .
quite a few are fired because the club -owner
y don't khow how to manage. How would ofm of
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It isn't likely any manager Would a t I0 ang rnd
anyhow. He ws like Col. L. a. MG ls had to get
the set Very few flits are thrown in aMnzy romt wha I
1a* reu tis not ranked with the pat profod think. 0 1
e did drive theIndian to a remarkle w ... ad



wMy m Bread'n ud to Rte. had five dferet ones,
Five years, two of whom wpeaat wihnel Alid n ar
e had three. Who s mo Re Badusto explain: "I ap'
apartment by the week."
a ia ev ore expendable mw .at the front oI
n gfor le talent, A gos &
Slastfa" a as e.t and asealways be e
better thi a but they nO Io0 i write their owti
dil Franl Baill Carran ad. Ms ost -aW
havea ay the managers butik
even ast Int .on slary dispuIe' 1 vP y
I .-mana.-, the key man of a
DC#NAnI Be was still living backlib t



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JMERON CITY, Mo.,.Nov. 21
9UP) Condemned kidnaers
Carl Austin Hall and Mrs. Ben-
SMe Brown Beady began their
ladt 27 days of life today aepara-
ted by six cells.n death row it
the Misouri stath penitentiary
The kidnap-murderers of six-
year-old Bobby Greenlease were
S led to their cells last night an
hour and a half after they ar-
rived here from Kansas City,
where a federal judge sentenced
* them Thursday to die In the gas
chamber Dec. 18.
Both wore drab prison cloth-
ing today as inmates of the som-
ber cellblock where one other
prisoner is awaiting d e a th.
pending outcome of his appeal
.n a murder conviction.
U.S. district judge Albert L.
Sleeves and court-appointed de-
S-esne counsel Roy K. Dietrich
announced d In Kansas City yes-
SMrday lhWre would be.no appeal
*-IM HallW and Mrs. Heady.
The confessed k idn aperp,
meL cold-blooded crime was
of the most shocking In the
jjlon's history, had said they
not want to appeal their
loath sentences.
fer hours earlier it had
osed that Hall wanted
MrM. lHeady in jail be-
S ste die. The Justice De-
had a fast and finel
fmor that desire.
Infamous pair will be exe-
-side by aide, at 12:01 a.m,
-1. I exactly a week before
S^. I .;.4n the stone lethal
Mdeedp Inside the
rrl penitentiary
I yea had little more
.hl. Announcement
S a~e were hustled
the ,baiOmy jail in
City at .10 p.m. and
u tetoward hm I twe a-


most. .r
150i tue d th thea
Cpox IM -
folowed.. i Us e bead-.
I y Aeting V&MI H I W11.1
Tatman were four deputy
f. Ws* and Tatagan's wife,
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AS THE VERDIC' CAl -)u. Bonnie Hea' were
news thatl she la to di..l gas chamber wth t l
but her accomplice. In t n laying of Bob
Carl Hall (right) appeal Madly seriow. The KabUa
jury took 07 ntlnuteo decide on their fate.' M J
mitment papers at 12:30 p.am. It Woeld not authorie 6. *t
officially shutting -off any ave- such a. union. nitely.
nue of escape. tt matrons have w- deAt WWI
The last official act cllmazed played to maintain al Befo
a flurry of romantic reports dur- aM over Bonnit In Wthe hw
ing the morning. First, it was row eNP at the stood the
reported Bonnie Heady Wanted Mo ready IIbe' two driwv
desperately to marry.Wall.,. m to o to her de became o
A short time later, Dietrich state g chamber e ty.
revealed the ruthless ex-cenvet Um woman eviM
wished to wed the bar-tl BS executed I Missouri. Bonetto
aWe. He had wanted to, Dietrich Jp-VA_ .Department the wreck
said, since their arrest +4 Oct ,u t dda f ore
8 In St. Louis with a recordd .jj_-41-year- ca re
*00 O ransom in their poe.- petetBt. Joseph, thro
o wfe bW eh b.. .
. Then the federal government the ilor of the
*wed In fast and decisively. On to be executed for eot repes
he basis of an unofficial reque Their garb for the
t.thae marshal here that t fM e a slbptie ont-
t for M .
t Pin' prison khaki. skid UMMofv a_ r
Woo ,a -curtC director t K EwM theH.u
"- *^-, Toward mnht of Th iftqr 5 .
Dec. 17, the &i
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58Mrl Zt=me the Jury was deciding that Mrs. Heady.,
UL the eUsed layers, were to die In the gu w
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ANTAG (U.P.) Den- ced eye. Some D
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M0 bde stationed on the dr
e Jnvina despite a .. ,
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ec country that Den- is thatl
'a own armed forces are not
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hetM e said it was O'
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t. wait and see whether
K 9onrad Adenauevs
S September elections
Germanuy was sufficient
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