The Panama American


Material Information

The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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 )
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.

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
lcc - Newspaper
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he Med lea a em ees mm su em me et a Ti e PsnThme a .
-i ee seelvd r eee arNd s-m hl a ed whl

I f cestbasm e aun des8 hbe Ipelleat i a deswl -GhM r
4my elefana em publl shed ti he der essvd.
Plsw. Pl me toy kep e lneds m ateod to -e pege Inmh
im woMe oi el l wee l is held to i k le ers cbtidesei.
Tibisa mspepe um meespemsbv f siaeeiuel as eptlels
.,1. lens o ire. eudt.

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She will speed to a corner
Not thinking of a thing.
,'* Then wham goes the brake
And you hear the tlr sing.
Shouldn't she learn that thers may come a time
When she won't be able $9 stop dn a dime?
When she drives round a corner
| ,The car shop .__
w ~ It's a pretty good % c
| Both starting and stopping.
Men tell women that a brake
Is a very dell te device.
Are there any women 11iving
Who value this kind of advice ,
It takes a lot of wild guesses
How a woman gets into such messes.
1| When she's behind the wheel ,
Round and round it goes. .
;.y \ Where it's going to stop
She never knows.
She puts her hand out to stop
And a sure as you're born
s1 8he will step on the gas
And then blow the horn.
Whether husband wants the car
She says, "Sure, go ahead."
But he wouldn't be surprised
If the battery was dead.
When the husband drives away
-S He has nothing to worry about.
W, h he find s hl 1-"i no brakes
He knows the gas i,J1 run out.
He never gets excited'
He Jst purrs like a cat.
f He won't i gt a blowout
Cause all the irs are flat..
guess at's jut meantt

wo, to qd o, loe.
swy5 i'4iv .trfp. n 4i
i Jept womI drivers, income taxes

Next Uabo letter tells about the husband that washed
Nm Mw. Year's Eve.
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Bi lItbout time somqae looked into the athletic uituatlop
hb p me~ l a lof t heBalboa. High School a agan trying to buIld
Sthousands of oarsn to be s" nt on the chosN few
g Dah seMi, ust-wt vsrlatya, pot. but when the chess
mabfojr a few dollars for the club's we he blows his to.
What Gtvesf

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The AFL and CIO,
No loner two but one,
Are nning organizing drives
But er trouble hae begun.
There's a fight on rletian
As they put together heads
Which union will get Santa Claus,
Hi bag, his toys and adleds?
Th Teamsters ay he should be
They offer reamso divers;
The biggest one of these, of
They take in all Qthe drivers.
Big Textile has put up a claim;
Emil Rieve raised the roof;
He-points to Santa's bright red
And claims the warp and woof.
Men's Clothing Union spokes-
man, too,
Are asking for big shares;
They say they are the ones who
The suit that Santa wears. -
Now let me tell you what it is
Steel Union leaders feel:
They think they should get Santa
Since hia sled is based on steel.
The Carpenters will elaim him,
(Or so it's understood)
For the sled tself, they indicate,
Is made of solid wood.

Comes the Building Trades De-
(Never loath to gain a member)
With a threat to picket chimney
If left out this December.

While the Barbers, small but
Oit of nowhere hboe appeared
To bI for jurisdiction
Since their men trim Santa's
ber'. :, : '
The bt re, too, have made a
. dxaim ; .
Not dk thi sound too queer;
They say that they're entitled;
Theve big "steaks" in his

But the Air Une Pilots sent a
That everyone must ponder,
They're also claiming Santa
Since he "fliesthrough rough the wild
blue yonder."

And the osey Wkersa, quite

tboht; -
They mae each hangag stock-
The Merry Old Gent's the target
And volees Ow Quite shrill,
ince he, re is transport ,
We'll son hear from mcha

Win the DoE ad Toy Employee
Let tei speeiAl i" .Ue. IaW?
Orp wI they put in a claim, as
we s in 's bag?
'For the toys In Santa's bag?

The language that is being used
Weal wur:y shock a verger,
And so intense the fight's
It may upset the merger.
But Santa went and carried joy
STo kids across the nation-
.Unmindful dthit e may become
A subleet of arbitration.
To seany and to Reuther
S(Plaued by inalIon friction)
{# Y I tthe best of

'he key to j on.
If he can do what none have
(This comment s empirical)
Perfoming a great miracle.


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Gifts-Office PartiesD4mcorations

4Yu6e Tree-Visitor-Datch Drink
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WASHINGTON (NEA) If ploy"s that mibihlng M federal arrival of Ike ad i
the Secret Swvit and the Whifte properIy Office ptiIs is during the week hefare
House mail room didn't thorcuibly agunst the a.I -
Sant %gm* 8=ji

screen the amass of Chriti ecrea of. Labor James Mh- In ad to
W- light

ablx n GeON ( NEA plrn M o th that fefio n on He W rM a w t iie liryK
presents Presiwdent senowep ail, for example, in 1a mote Sdld S't IChrlsta
c um a ktroahIU ht aead a os

has X-Tay gadgets to exam
are o
stIed the Me -Whte Hoob
b-aem heDbxcm or ivan tv
-a, eba.atis. e u r1
Like's Christmea lout is quzaly
given to orphans' homes o tol
other worthy groups. Gifts from
SPe al frm s or special UtUe
I wich they think eiiht
Ib facy re sent P. the
A careful hat Is kept to each
gift and note are1
mailed to the senders. I
embers of Ike's Cabinet have
Just as mfik holiday sp:tt as
aone.In but awa of thenm took
ti*e 6o sit down and pen a
ittle remiadar to their m-1

always M the 0Mst-
a ps- Sm a
abort or two and chased he
retarydown the hell. That migat
not have beso ad, but
_,d er hip and bad
7d in ambulum
a since, VA as bleen
-ase in, town bete

whte House Staff real.
bir't_ the festive treatment
the Eisephowers durig

With the first family in
b memberss of the .Washisft
sele oad time t& knock tS m
selves out preparing for tieI

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vu _Pmredde. Luis Batua NiO
res .who came to the eapt l
an oNal visit But t v lsh
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ly suggested that since the troops
had bem standing In the hangar
since 8:0. oar per ne ehoud-
n't lest -erthaa-an hour. But
whe Blly Reed fatally shooed his
talent o f-asete at 11:30 p.m.
to the applause thaf uuy Moa ip
preciative troos .an i&ve, j e
colonel confessed he'd be vwer,

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go outside, eva
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te arms of their
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k mad from lonea
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arctic. .
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glad that whilUe we enjoy the gem-
eroslty Santa Claus at th~
Chrl as season, we doa't so.
tulypve to live In Santa Claqup

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Members of the fifth Rapid. W TON, s (UP) 1-.
Redl roup, and. the first to German Char ge d'Affaires Al-
hold ielr meetings in the air brecht Von Keasel today deposited
dItioned board ..oesp of the at the 8tate Deptr-ment the is.
Adduih' t1on Building, for' strmne-t of ra.lication. for ne
manail ce pleted their course strument of ratification for the -
ith week and were presented twee West Germany and the U- ,
with certifSe ates of participation united Stat"s. .e b
Tuesday morning. I The agreement, which was as nh Recess m r ofho ea
The certificates were given out ed at Bonn June 30, 1955, thus coffee e
by L. IL.,DBrockman, acting Per.- goes 0 effect today. It has to be'. ..,_
sonnel Director, during a brief applied by nte German Parlia- .
ceremony held in the Board meant before entering into fore. .Securty Act or. 154. .u.ler .S
Room. The freemen; iq similar to termn the United Sataes wUSi .
pacW this country had with other nih equipment, material a
Tl1i group, which was cmo. NATO nations unAder the Mutual services in unspefed asi1ant.
.poed in the majority of division
chiefs, attained a aronp .veraeeN
which, was. the highest recorded
so far with the company-govern-
ment organization it was an-'
nounced by Brodie Burnham,
assistant Training Officer and
i nstruteor for the Mgrop. IOIa
ar, bage out A part of the contgning pro- .,7-
of tra inmg,two more rap. ro
d.ereading groups will start-
!'iat~st~rnilar;.tIenfb classes In the Balboa Admints- .

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t...A Members of the class which i oa
h cOmPleted the cuorse this week
U M Gwere: -Edward M. Browder, Jr.,
asRlsitant director, bnaineering ir ( aft Or
raw.r and Construction Buteau: Ray 1 ./
a. C C. Stockham, chief, Locks Divi-
drII~i;W 910n: .so ; ilim Brown, assistant I
[weS ILto thaedirector of. the Health
Inallad.'1W111t m il" 01PLrIIJ J'+" OS Sa Bureau: ROy D. Reece. assistant

he6 Wct- is htChanediw. WU electrical engineer; W. H1. s9-8.
1i-f2 e tpr' '4 it Gor at IlWA'). 28(UP linger, Chief Hydrographe4, Me-
1 -to ip..) ,.- inde % .am)WalLDUSP) D e teorological and Hydrographic
Seeks. the NatialtChineseuntryisot h Philip Thornton.
d.t'PI taking= 'Inthe.heated Pdrgeneral manager of the Service 1 me
'.ne beDivionsWrtugue andisputeeverGOACenter Division; Warren pit-
today tws risourcessaidtoday man, Chief of the Rates Branch,
i 4bing -roAV t The U.S. ositionllw be set outOffice of the Comptroller; Rob- .
q dhe dioia d ..eak ~ .. 1 ter. .- in a eefully worded reply to In- e Herr, Postal Division Ar.
lotaem~lsI ~ silte, she iXThe official Ceetral ?Nbwu gesp- die's recent reque*,t for "clarifl- thur T. Cotton, Postmaster, Bal- va &c es. yatIlO
T. .., ., W-. ,- a rnts, m --" a y, in a dihpatdh fbom the tla- cation" of. the Am an stand on boa; H. H. Feeney,. chief Con-.
0i t14 -t-t .. -rents, r~_- list-held -offabore island, the Goo. The reply,.- drafted by tract and Inspection Division /
Ai. ._ rt..e gundueltcontinued for- seq-Secretary of State bhn Foster and W. A. Dryja, asisaantatto aOnd oize Ola a
go l. ue hrs..ond consecutive day. Dues and his aideMq*obably will the Marine Director.
rW &abet oand M sa* '. be, bent to.-New P before the ..
,, ,Net s.four oh The report said. Com~ :gun- end of the week.
-..k ,. .. .. ters hit Que'oy w th avy I.disdeanded thb o W
.." "' .'", ..ell, Tue s ,. 'w hen Dulles joined Portuguese -WIIS- ne
"-;""Foreign lliMsatr Pqk CunhC Ru4nu a
-' ,Ksihek'LQuemoy is G palius" 119an, early this month- ,IW7a tstmeat atementAWeisOA SI Nn WEO -aoa
ai-sek's Ma referring to Goa as one of "the seatchia t are wor
post off the :t Portuguese prov.inces",in the Far .I just off the Coamnut. part Kast. India considers the inp en- u. wih id e wowoer
.""ofAmoyandis'on cli.-v on the Wesnt eot of th e
three sides by Communist gun po- jndian sub-conutinent a a e VINTIANE, .osYou don't have to be
s aitona at a r4nge of one to two held byPortugal against a wishes UP A p o ec.2 -
miles. the Coma people. (UP) A powerful 190e of Corn- a watchnker, you deett
the .o POO. munist rebel trooprsas attacked have to peer inside to knew
The at Need Morals 'a'-. .:, "'"u.
Thesualtlea," it was announced today. yOU jUst ghice at the
.. I" Of. the u .IOI ,W [ A spokesman for 'the Laotian name on the dial!
... premier's office said a st r on g
as4n ie two camps is now sham ply-e force "of Pathel. Lao troops struck
mode thre bitterl--d4wn.o. The point at at the Muoug Peunaol Friday
". sw I night. He report stl It is asy to own one of thee treasure by

Is dem WOf e s oft' h 'w C 'mait't
sangylpoeu n c a 4 North Viet Nam.. It isISO miles
hA r' -. Southeast of Dien Dien Phu, sce,
weir ""5.' .5 " t'i y ug. r Lt, 't's mkW'M Iq an. of the epic battle that climaxed
a."hm... .f .rad6044w the dIndochinawas months ago.
Cn~ete' it k p Wa 1 ed em of-a pawse. S The Communist guerrillas at-
largest aBn to nowspopr am ta is thto mean that the artist tacked from the peaks that rise
IRWIi.N "l, holds. or producer buua no obllation or abruptly out of the j ungle in
:181VW: Weven concern for the moral lI- northern Laos. The goverumen .
purpose of mot flUinds eof what he 3 nvaY1 4o forces held the valley.
isicreereoatluof 'MANY WOULD ,givethu un- The fighting was disclosed asM
a""y ear chairman of the U. S. Joint Chiefs
k in our societyoancleardmn ori df talks
T.-WA"'" "pol.W" astia of our departure from of Staff, arrived here from Bang- PANAMA, R. P.
cOM e religious tradition that are government leaders.
libe-alk- als tm: core f.Western civilasuatn.
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COendu St for~c -i the Ten order. Art is intended for hu-
ComandMUetS _a written la man being who likewe are
to charts llb bound to observe the mandates
TOI mwO B tN trecog- of the moral law.
uiaU" ',v.. a Un ain Motion ~.piturme, as well n
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dhSlTmd b r0o8 rule of
for eotictob a. Mi A .O .o moral re-
But mbt important, thi op-' traint In movies ate headed not
paosig eats agognises that to f but-to personal and
movi mar YreaLib harm human social srment
tb;ht a4 behsavlr -i th1 n _l." thrt makes men
vn3 IorW s4h Iietern3al n W fl w0l t ae ga ied by Indul-
unvoriyl -maij orf the mor. ge Me. Only con-
al law. Thiso disapprove e rOplsest for the moral
of any sane mPbd judged law whc ha been Provident.
to be oOp rerous to lalyr tpesed on every persn
the moral ife tf1 audIene Moi'to tthis world will brn
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S By O ALD JACOBY Seventy passengers are chd
Wrlla fer.K NEA Service uled to sail from New York Prl-j
S day for Cristoal aboard the;
Panama Liner. Crltobal. Twen-
NOTl ty-nline passenger are looked'
16 5 on the ship for. ort-au-Prince,
1 Haiti.
9 AJ l043 Tie Cristobal s Balling from
4 173 New York one day later than its'
regular schedule to avoid arrive.
Sng in Port-au-Prince Jan. 2,
Tt8 vq w3I which is a legal holiday A Hal-,
? 07 '. 1t. The ship will arrive In Haiti
4 AAKQ872 Tuesday and In C'r1setobat,
4 11 Thursday, Jan. 5.
BOUTH (D) The Cristobal will resume its
4 A KQJ regular schedule on the return
952 trip to New York and will sail
J 8l6 from Cristboal Saturday, Jan. 7.
Q J The complete advance lilt for
Neither side vuL Criatobal f0lows5.
-1th WeSt Mewth ast Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Anderson;
1 P- 4 Par Mr. and Mrs. Francs W. Blan-!
Pass Pass din and daughter; Mr. and Mrs.'
Opening lead-A A Jn Boddy; Mr. asd Mrs. Clin-
ton Carpenter; Mr. pad Mrs.I
(..... Carl W. Cetti; Ru. 'Clandler;;
Kirk Edwards; Miss Anna Br-
oat experts would bid hearts landson; Miss Ann Eshner; Mr.'
with today s North hand, raise. and Mrs. Fred Frye; Mr. and
the spades later. Perhaps.they Mrs. J. M. Garrett; Grover 8.
wind up with a -surer profit Graham; Mr. and Mrs. Paul J.
n t actual South player. Hagerty; Hubert Holmes; Mss'
i opened the ace of clubs Allergra Johns; Mr. Mrs.
continued with a low club, Fred C. Kreuseiher; and Mrs.
winning with the qu De- R 3. Kriz; Mr. and Mrs. Rover
rer was tempted to draw three p. Luce and JOeph, C. Luuetta.
am of trumps, but he had the Mr. and Mrs. Frank MeMrmna;
a sense to stop after two rounds Miss Myrtle Nahrgang: MIss
order to try a heart finesse. Mary Nebbia; Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
SEast won with the queen M t k .
Hearts he had no way to efeat s.. W. edolfs; Dr. and Mrs.
contract if South found the best Mrs. W. RedofDr. and Mrs.
;f play. At best, East could W. Ritter: Mr. and Mrs. Ru-
S sdeciarer a problem, but that ben 0. Robertson and two*chil-
oed ot to be good enough. East dren; Mrs. Emma Rodrigges;
the ace of diamonds and then Mr. and Mrs. George J. HOth
th queen oX diamonds, forcing and daughter: Dr and Mrs.-A4t-
mny to ruff. thony R. Russe; Mr. and Mrs.
t was now possible for South Casper F. Salm; Harry M. Say-
,m mke the contract by leading age, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H.
ammy's last trump to his own Scott; Mr. and Mrs. James A.
d and trying a second heart Shanahan: Mrs, Leona Shel-
*finesse. If this lost, however, the burn: Alfred V. Simonsion: Mrs.
nents would surely cash at Gay C. Southwick: Mrs. Eva Sul-
aone diamond trick, South rrove: Mrs. Evelyn Tunkc; J. J.
red, and he would be set two Wilhelm; Mr. and Mrs. Law.
t three tricks. rence W. Youngmin and daush-
Faced with this 4 or. jfb jr and Mrs. Bdagejn C. u.
e not to--lead qb11L- t ,tu. W biete. .
Iteummy. Instead he took the
of hearts add rad a heart.
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returned -a trump hfter tl
queen -of hearts and one high
nond. South would have won
trump and taken a second
trump And taken a second
t .gmpese practically without
, since he would be down only
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AlSe Offered l meetln-
At te first general meet
if the Wbrshh Aid Society hely
at the British Embassy recently,
the tfotiwlt resolutions were
passed:, Mrs. Ian Henderson to
be honorary preadent and Mrs.
a f0trd Payne .to be honorary
vi ept adet.iwert.e
l following a. were
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ly, see .ta ry, Mrs. *.
Subscriptions and donations
should be'sent to the Treasurer,
Mrs. Halman, (Telephone 3-
i ,4). Other communications
should I sent to the secretary.
Wass elly, (Telephone 2-
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.The sttutes of-the socty are
bt prinfted,'lor-circulatioto-
t. -Junta Tmen ~4 e- Ben
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W g.S CalSsbDe Janon
- In'ft n-W ma pity were at
home on Christmas Day to a
number of friends
. Henry Wanseh
Wtobrn, for Viit
Mr. HeNmy-WunIh,- now of
Bab Bernardino. Calif., has re-
tyrned for a visit ot several
Se .s with fenda, on the lsth-
wins. He is ecoampanied by his
wife, Mrs. Dakota Wuaseh.
wMr. 'Unsch lived ln several
Ca.a Zoe towns during the
.2's -a. m St one t@e the
-rcontrol epeator at Pedro
i3guel. Zat.j lie seeame gener-
al manager the Panama Au-
Stdmobltnpfly Company in
r. and:s. Wunsch are

W:pS.nYbch Mondy eve-
at e W e o'clock at the Tlv-
oal n tk Were:
AlI.t- r. and Mrs Fraen-
baa;:2d:. Mr, and Mrs. R.
tkifhla iB; 3rd: Mrs. W. P91
lkwigMtt. A. Davls and Mrs.
J-Eabtinarith Mr. j. Craft.

Gala New Year's1lall
To Be Held At Union Club
I gala New Year's Eve ball
wi be held at t]~ -Union Club
on Saturday. -A midnight floor
show will be giivew by the sing-
Ing.duo, Llama Darroso.
84liday Affairs
AtFreneh Embassy
trench Ambassador- to 'P?
maiind Mrs. Lionel Vassvg;
hogt. for a .r.
C2lt Attdc_. of the
Embassy and Mrs
leuae, -whq je I t-lng' oon 1t
France. -..
A Chrntwarlflwas #1
by Ambaadsor and Mrs. ape
at embassy residaee on La
.cresta on Christmas Day for the
children of, the French Colony
resident in Panama.
Returns Frea U.S.
Mr. En Miro quesada has
returned his trip to the
United States.
The Myron Flebef
To sild O0p Hese
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Fisher
wil be "at home" to their
friends tomorrow at their new
apartment in the Maduro build-
ing in El Cangrejo.
Leave For Miami
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McGrath
of El Coco left by plane for a
short visit in Miami on Monday.
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Birthday Celehratiaon
Mr. Felix B. Maduro received congratulations of his many
friends on his birthday Monday.
Cocktail Dinner
At El Panama
Hotel El Pan has issed
Invitations to 6. local press for
cocktails. on the East Terrace,
9th floor, fand dinner in the
IBete Vista room a.t 6:30- p.m.
Arrives Froma Cota Blea
Mr. Edwin Durling, Jr., has
arrived from Costa Rica to
spend the holiday season with
relatives and friends. in Panama.
'FAMo Party
At Gof Club
'Te tfaditional eggnog party
wl beheld at.t Uenama oolf
CO at 10:00 a.m. oSIanuary 1.
Ascarraga and his orchestra will
.furnsh the music for dancing.
Breakfast will be served from
11:00 a.m. onwards.
Real -Osear Ze-Stveo'a- Vrta-e
Bneact At aWB-so i8:
OnBWedenaday, Jan. 4, at 8:l

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SW. Wspene -r e Lo les annoulM ethe
Mt acm Wdugbff.'ti *A. SpOeF -toMr.tiohar6
at their Amerhter,'M .r

It al, d. holds diplomas from,
the Lceo Orazlo Vecchi of Mo-
dena and from the IMeeo 0 .
Martini of Bolgona as well as
from the Conservatory Claudlo
Montere.di in Bolzano.
lottl's concert tours have ta-
ken hipjto most of the South
American countries, to the Unit-
ed States of America, to Cinada
ments .In Italy, Germany sAd
He is well-known on the IsthI
mus for his teaching, as t viola
and violin teacher at the Na-
tional Conservatory of Music
and as a 'member of the Baint-
Malo String Quartet. .
At present lotti is teaching. at
the Academy of Music in Mara
caibo, Venezuela.
The highlight of the program
during the lotti concert will be
the Violin Concerto In D by
Tschaikowsky, the wonderful
music many music- lovers re-
member from the picture "Rhap-
sody," a brilliant masterpiece
and repertory stand-by. Other
selections will Include work by
Achron,BGodowskv. and Rubay.
Accompanying the artist at
the piano will be Mr. Ha Jan-
owit, of the National Conserva-
tory of Music.
I. Claccona, Tomsa Vitali
I. Violin-Concerto Op. 35 in D,
Peter Ilyitch T s c h alkowsky,
Allegro moderato
Alleiro Vivacissimo.
III. a) Hebrew Melody, Joseph
Achron. (1886-1943).
b) Old Vienna. Leopold Go-
dowsky (1870-1938), arranged by
Jascha Helfetz.
c) Rejre Kati, Jeno Hubay,
Admission for the concert will
be $1.00, $0.50 for students, serv-
Ice personnel are admitted free
of charge. The public of Panama
and the Canal Zone and the
military and their.dependents
are cordially invlte to-attend
the concert it .-tlv MpQ-JWB
Force e6 Caenter

y evening, Lt. Garvyi wR,
low Memorial Post No.
6WV.F.W. gave a party for ap-
*roxmnately 100 oh dren at the
Chagres Townsite.
First the children were given
a-meal fo beans and frankfur-
ters, cool-ade, and Ice cream.
After eating, the children were
called Individually to receive a
personal gift along with fruit
and candles. Sport equipment
was presented to the school and
used clothing distributed.
Mr. E. S. Coe who Is a De-
partment Officer of the V.F.W.
In the Canal Zone served as
Master of Ceremonies and spkot
to the children in their native
togue. Mr. C. E. Haywood was
the chairman of the committee
and he was ably assIsted by Mr.
R. L. Robinson, Post Command-
er, 0. Bonsoumet, w. Strick-
land, V. Shoemaker, K. Bazan,
D. Brownlee, W. Woodruff, R.
Richardson, W. Huffman, and
the Ladles Auxiliary.

Freddie Masters
Sextette Plays
Tomorrow at YMCA
.ALwell known name band from
the States, Freddie Masters Sex-
tette, will play at the Balboa
Y.M.C.A.-U.8.0. tomorrow eve-
Dancing starts at 8:00 p.m.
This group is unexcelled in its
field, every member of the band
also singe and does comedy and
Freddie .M tI specializes on
the trumpet.
This b hd-,has been bruoght
to .the Y.C.A. brte Air Force
and wlui lreovide tomorrow eve.
ning fre. dancing and enter-.
tainment to members of the
Armed Forces, their wives and
members of the Y.M.C.A. Girls
Service Orgauniatton.

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r Mat- MURIE.I. LAWREfNCE mate. You decide. You say, "Tell NA Pied and Mrlk Editr
"" W ,O I don-bavq Here are two good recipes for
-tu .-- t e..... ."ll the busy days Just before Christ-
-I"nto-noo week .... ,
nkeks t comes at Alone, you crei ft.fresh bulb
You e l to 'your ito police. You do It kwly, with Deviledalod. P ers
o it Is. please, a certain thou adul s. For aMain,ke serve ins)
,e Tb a eW you are mnkig eatinations. And (Mskm 6 ze"""i"
a mYi, u oft ,a e decide. You Six large green peppers 1 8-
*. 'abut butter sandwich rech t i back door .1 time to cal l package n 1 a
Sa "It's the the laundryman back. In y r size 4-ounc) can deviledham,
M.OIL A ay you yn. 11 'chid's prince, you sayto him, 1 tablespoon' minced onion, I egg,
You a* D e* hand you "Doug didh't tell you the truth be4n, 1 can condensed mushroom
u purse You tpec it. Youesti- because 1 didn't t1 itto him. I or tomato soupgrated cheese.
can pay you this bill todsy. I didn't butter.
want to beuse t wI take a Remove tops and seeds from pep-
my cash. If you can pusibly wait .per. Parboil in.water to cover,
till nex wextk, I'd appreciate at until skin can be- pierced with a I
ve mucn. ,. fork;drain. Cook and drain noo-I
S ricesT morrow T i n.cap- e as directed on package. Co-
to YOU 5 ur so n, oar,. urnin gbine noodles, deviled ham, onion,
I rto yoursonu, lay cherfully, "We e and % can soup. M -iiwell
George Innisa. a retired rem- straighten out a lie by. going back aSd add salt and pepper to taste.
Ilp of the Pahama Canal to it and replacing i. h trut.b." Fill peppi shells with mixture,
uilding Divialon, died sudden- Why is it good to-. this? top i rated cheese and d
ly yesterday morning at his res. British pa triatst enneth So- with tter. Arrange in a greased
Idence in Parque Lefevre. dy gives ps our answer. In a re- causrle a bake In a moderate
cent address to the :f0 t United ovn 3(0 ddreu F.) feor about
4A native of Christ Church, Nations Congress on Preven 3 in, ouei. dPou F)-rmanin aboup
Barbados, Mr. Innis came to the tion of Crime and *T.rt ent o0 ove/ r e rs dcamin soupc
Isthmus in 1908 and was a real- Offenders, he said, "the moral for an tional 15 mi okueg.
dent of La Bos for many years development of children depends
until .he was retired from the on their parents' ability to con- Deviled Ches Rells With Sa
Panama Canal. ceptualize and make abstract (Makes 4 arvlngs f 2 rolls each)
their own system of Ideas and
He is survived by his wife, Iau- so be able to pass them on to Eight slites soft white bread 1
a; his agns, Billy, Leslie rand their children. Children growing famly-size (44-ounce) can deviled
Lw.u ; his daughters. Mrs. UCao-' up in an atmosphere where no ham, 8 slices process cheese, melt-
line Ramsey. Mrs. Dorothy' Azi principles are ever eleqrly grasp- ed butter, 1 can condensed tomato
derson and Germalne; etshti ed and no situations ever through, soup
grandchildren, and otheat relt-' ly understood tend to be weak in Leave crusts on. or cut off, as
tives. gras of principle." preferred. Spread bread with dev-
I ND ERSTAND Dr. Soddy to ied ham and, top each slice with
Funeral services will be held mean this: It's not quite enough same size piece of c ease. Roll up
tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock to correct the lie we told the laun- and fastep with- too picks. 'Brush
in St. Christopher's Church, Rio dryman in Doug's presence. We lihtly with melted butter. Place
Abajo, with burial scheduled for finish the job only when we have under broiler until lightly br-owned.
4 pm.connected c..ff ctl.n, to the H..i soup aPnd pW ver tested
falsehood. We define what we have ro_. .
J II done just al we mIg1 say to the PENCE ME IN
M rs. M CJOWOlli child who is watching pa pour bat-
M roster into a tin. "I am- anikg a lay ST. PAUL -(UP) Minnesota
unerl Services er cake for saupper." tlo,,pretty wei:'fened in for the
1 think that Ildren are generi-' w iter. Snow fEnce a4ptlled by the
SlatedTomo w ly most grateful when we makl state highway department, if
Slate IororrO these connections for them. Whv laretcbed out in a, would
wouldn't they be? A child is not reach .00 miles. ,
Mrs. Millicent MCClean Me- necessarily enlightened by watch .
Dowell died yesterday In. orgas ing his teacher add sums on the
Hospital after a lingering- 11 l- blackboard-and he's not necessa-
ness. She was 40 years old And a rily instructed by watching you
resident of Panama tlty. wrestle with your problems of
Funeral services are scheduled pressure, hurt and discourage-
for tomorrow at 1 p.m. In the ment.
Corozal Chapel. To teach addition, the teacher -
has to make the connection be
She is survived by her bus- tween what she's doing and k 6
band, Laftus: her father, Ed- principle of addition. To teach -a
ward McClean and her brothers, morality, we have to do much the .
Charles and .Roy, same thing.
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i LINGERIE, by Van Raflt..
Silvette. etc.

* HANDBAGS, by Elite. eto.

" by. Exquisite Form

* COSMETICS, by Charles of
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by Pandora

* SWEATERS, (Italian)
by In Happiness
GIRDLES, by Materns-Linsr

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ATA CA L Both items a.metI new. Panama PhoFe PaSmLE S3hropes' to taJissd hos on
DENTAL MED AL22. FOR SALE- 1952 v,- Miaeellaneo. FOR MNT 2beech tS ai .
DETL M DCL 3 .black ford, radio. heater 19,- .MiseelaneousORIN,--2- e Themilen. Pllee 1772.
oer La o abrep Dr.R. A''la Jr h P DtERSONALS ,o.inA 500 rliw, g g ,- g '' U t As -
V.,r. rtown UBrer) D M ..U JU L) JPanama 3-6282. FOR SALE:--kSewar-Warn re- Street. Campe Alegr. Inquire FOSTER'S COTAGES. One mile
n, (tat of hy A so Vdie and record plyer. Phone 37th S No. 4-2. Past Csim. Low ats, Phone
Opero Ancon S cool la ,nun" MOTHERS! WhyFOR SALE:-1955 i man Cal- Panama 2-4944. Elbe 15.
ei,. Ane -.h PanamA TEENAGE daughter a GIFT that ifernian hardtop. two-tem. Sale FOR REINT-- Small apartment.
will really be apreated. A Owing to Europn trip. Ph LAST DAYSI Lievidatiem of mer. parkr ad dbenmm. Another PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottam.
CHARM course tha will give 2-0913. 1-2547 after 1:0 p.m. chandiso: Bras, sits, belts, ow- with tw edroms. parlor-din- Santa Clara. los 435. BlbH.
STIR'EMENT LIFE y, lihngere, Gnyon stocking. ifl rem, all Nsrvice, mfr- Phope Panme 3-1877. Cris-
RETIREMENT. LIFE her GRACE, POISE. PERSONAL- FOR SALE:-1947 Nuh. excel- Make your offes. 15 Central star, hot watr, nll porch. lIl -1663.
ITO CARE OL A SKIN. FASHION. leot tires. god transportation, Avenue, Vilanova, Both apartments idepd nt.
OEDUCATION INSURANCE SOCM AS AN S25 Call Crebal 1-4. Call house 27 4rd St. Phone Bdwn' f ld apartt
CE. HAFOR SALE:-Pediree Ty F-4976. at Santa Clara Beoch. Telephone
NIni RIDGE E3MTT Balbee 2-4239 er Pan. FOR SALE:-- 1950 Oldsmebile Taler, 2 years ld, 4 pends. Prbah, Balboa 1224.
S*3-1 660. gg9 four-door sedan, two-fne Playful. Panama 1-5332. FOR RENT: feder apart-
SPhon ar2-055 FO R SALE:- Ma,.. nyliving I. ri 500.. Help Wanted ** Lev, -. the m Suitable
room set:ofa ad wo matching for 6.1. e 4mil e. Call BSeas 's
chairs, sae Quartermaster type FOR SALE:-lrand New Yer's Fete Studio or 2-1482.
iN I SA.A*R sideboard. Everything in good Delitse 1946 Chevrolet 4-der WANTED: Maid, khousakepL
TRANSPORTEs IXTIR. vA. condition. Price 35. Call .- elAire hardtop sedan with all g, cooking, laundry for couple FOR ENT:-Comfteable part-
hke. l Shipp245 Movers 5293 Curundu. de lsa factory attachments no children. Must live in. Good mnt, one hbdroom. furnished,
hf|2-24' .- Z.2;62 -e ,.---- :..s.^
STrade-ln. Balboa 2-1515. salary. References required. Write hot water. Peonl. Seated Street
PA R ad n luina -OO FBon 1559 EBlboa. No. 11, Phone 1-216%.
PANAMA ING SCHOO Wanted to Buy ..ORsALI:-1S9., .ses..c""Air Chv"* "b
ScsRidin g Jumpinglm dily rele, radio. w/s/w tires, lo WAFOR RNT:-Apat ,
t WANTEDW-WaIhU RENT:-ApartmmTED 530;
a t 5 p.m. -. Phone -0279 W :-.. Washin machine, mileage. Won St. Mary's Raffle. rmoa. .Sbns., C..,squl-
Sbyepolment. 25-cyc R, Iesenabil. Call Navy, S2000. Pln' Balbom 2770 of- II 452-A. Phone 3-0850 or 2-
sml b Iack 9 d Migcebllaneous ros.. pCneo."-o
it- llce 2391, ico hours; Gamboa 720. 1508.
WANTED:-God home fer ion. FOR RENT:-Medem pasament,
year-old small blk do@, in ex- 2 bedmmm, at"EllC le.
HARNETT & DUNN Black Xm as Traffic Deaths clent healthwi: Via ge r,75. Phoi.. 3-
BA..LbOOM DANCE STUDIO thn. G*oo o*mpans of oi 4627.
S CMARM SCHOOL SUITE III dren. Phene Panama 1-0121.
or. Gr cnai smFOR RENT:-2-bedrom apart.
b 'End W ith Record 621 T al f -mont with two bathsdm I ella
udio El Pnrmi Hotel n 1 Vs.t. ,The *" ,,," Apmet
I i ff Ff l on 46th Street. Call Panama 2-
CHICAGO, Dee. 28 (UP) Traf- to make a New Year's resolution 1661.
UISVILLE, -(UP)- Twoic accidents over lack Christ- to drivebetter not only over the
e told police here they stole-( Tw o m rs," o killed 621 persons for -ew Years holiday but from here KEEPING MATE SLIM, TRIM IS FOR RENT:---bodrem apart-
teleision let rom a eythor be- e worst holiday laughter in his- on in" Dearborn said. 'ANOTHER WIFELY DUTY meant in ella Visa. The "Rivie-
susioe the feared he ighte lory, final figures showed today. rhe r traffic toll far sur. ra" Apartments on 46th Street.
cause they feared be m-yir sell it Bfel e I
and deprive his wife and children ty experts said the new all. pc the Safety Council's ad The wife who watches her own Call Panama 2-1661.
at thC pleasure of watching tele.t me record was a case of just lace estimate of 5 deaths. weight carefully but lets her hus- --
vision.too many carl on the road." I The previous record was 5Nm set band load up on rich gravies, sec- FOR RNT:- Mdern two-bedr
visio.i addition the United Press ever Christmasl 1 52. ond and third helpings of potatoes roam apartment perc Iv ing-
S- tabulati on ioed there were 72 Almost all states contributed to and apple pie topped with ice dining room, maid's. an ,laundry
Larth ia fire; seven in p lane nth staggering total. Texas topped cream is shirking one of her duties room, Krened, hot watr. For
crashes and 131 in miscellaneous all others with 54 highway deaths. ia a wife, further details please call 3-
1 mishaps a for an overall total of llionois recorded 46, Californa Dr. W. H. Sebrell, Jr., former 4946. 3-6737.
831 accidental deaths. a.. Michigan 44 each and Ohio director of the National Institute FOR RENT Furnish EXPENSIVE TASTE-Sittin
4 lThe black traffic record came 39s. of Health recently told a group an bee Ri l Thedater pretty In a s ensemble is
-F despite re-doubled national a n d Only the District of Columbia, of doctors attending the 28th an- enld R "Rhpsody" one ofhe "guest"
state safety drives eUlmaxed by southh Dakota, Rhde Island, Nw nual scientific meeting of the rne, Pko 3- t a excluiv Poodle Parte
': President's Safe.Driving Day HampEhire and Montana escaped American Heart Association that 50 I New York. She wears
el Lcampaign earlier in the month. without a single fatality, they must set their sights xxx FOR RENT:- Furnise apat- brocade coat with attachea
En l Ned H. arborn, president of Gov. Avereji Harrnma of. New hotuewife. as a mean oc curbing mnt, milita inseer 'V Queen Anne hat, triamd Wth1.
Gd. Howo Cpwnrilm dnof iNot d vur h W Z Pn 1No 0 PbooNin ,bujWq~oad1p10SVi6^
*Ru W Ie ie' will a iv- his Mate's 21 traffic deaths, andItat ea ~01 ?ut that "I
S. fl ized -hAatt Lrat e bl are Guv., Walter Kohler of Wisconh S W. Sb -ut tilt "t
ec mass mayhem?" "id his state's record of 21 dead is hoe who buys and l Rda
I N 'r. .tter how hard your ~, "Let us hope and pray that the wi -"perfectly appalling.-' prepares ,e fo tmes theh meals o Unions
j i a piw onts are a lot harder. 'w. kend slaughter' we have just Ja&tty Council experts s d and fixes the quantities of food to
experienced, will cause all of us travel volume has doubled in the be s ed. La New S
lJ.. ..t.e 't at 12 years without a corr It S iter atd more plent to

J 1 RUSAL., (.,..l ), ,ow,,.,,itory by,.. o-yins.-a r,, ,.....g h, a, aunohfw io CB tidbi
SD Uitr N vr E H elo .s in higays cook man at fd p l
S ptn oicl cedue a Two hors lt dd wo t. God water ctdu ne re cr"a adr a lsten le icis B n-
l t-UcetIGaziIoIytofdi-mor Ulin et croe putt, t" 0s o many ton we on th e road. I st a' eR to a lob orCommu efortto 28 (UP -- Com-
W prpIor reLIIII oal b r C f netoAPr safety. toen t* wheobe ftltoeais munist unions launched new

-N Egpt.a n ,osh om1Alchnai n whih wth d irnef asy tnhe tAb than to
A a a t 'A man and his wif e c andfsr 1i --ee i Buh is irn tk dhe strike ain Italitoday in an effort
.l...titt toet E ortl diae wtoh rmed i serve,, -intun had tia the id of ,fo vie to up s wi h n
comfortable r a two-oom b i u to hve infret te ltities et midde-road Premier An-
meat Sy themselves," hn o Signis plans for cvi;serv
At lDa Gaza To Discusnns s if they have 13 children thi that his wm e wr t n e tm I al y
At Ga sa To Dissget little crowded."e t hIehrat l l .ri gh t uetre m t
SOtMr faaeors blamed were el I We woimm are goin to do ourn The threeda y
rhAf t eerPJasne A rre gooj- weatherinthetI lhesalth t hlmproloneel lives the Communist General a b t
S e Eyptian ar ty Tri d asu nd t- te that Chri stmas tra ll P t Con federation (CGILi a( fected on-
JEPRUSALEM. (Israeli Sector). ed Jewish territory by flying -ftrv:I got beo t on
IS ('P) ,. -Uited Nationsver E. to ionally is a holiday of heavy wee .oeon f- hon p! a
ed Eyptin officials scheduled a Two hours later, he added, two Jel. Good weather induces Ia e nom elust for ouv' but it a f t prn.
i coerenc at Gaza today to din more Egyptian jets crossed the persons to to the iroad. bnds.t B

I'; cene au o c seavaptexrs tse. .eI liri F, oara rn -oinan ggto be-DIDjeb. ., G .oCmun- Ds-ffr ts, ta th e
cup- U.N. pr o s for reducing in ternational border near the i kng o wn b s pda ber da Forf who ikes to.e e is new year wilh a vital victory oan
S bomi iere ,ed the ff tarized area to eis ... .n ow n r ah I f irl mid. happyeili, i bts o the labor front.
a3d o agypt. .' h sout. p"tleip I ,' w whichrte tohe da esi /o.- toef---oed--i e.--- t a the.
C Malro announcement as taid'G t with relative and loved if want to keep tht mn The tax offals were

R. fia nl the UNpropals aimed at regu aid t ars Gz e a o n overcomesnatural fear a d -arudr: fm l Patimwld b t-a
the Nitzna (El Auja) dem clash followed a "pin pricking rising on crowded roads .ng;hra to that se e status which w not en-
.zone in the southern Ne- barrager by Syrian automatic ire feed via ed by the government bill un-

chitvwn Af shore ohif Lrak ant- 1n 1ar TIIRE- -w to.- ed hi db study-b a y con-
bwoud be taken up b U.N. on tke Israeli settlement of Ein Ileahfeed udstudy by a parliamentary con-
Stdy ii i' I n-ore a L es. SIttive committee but their pro-
Burns sod Col. Sash ,Go- Tiberlas- e den of Galilee. 'To that ,da- t o to n test was weakened bv refusal e f GODRICK WILLIAMS O1O GAMBE
oTrhihead of the Palestine Affarestsasidn
-~ ~" .. .roan fire which he called "inten- l or.. no we' bgti .i -s at..
t h ed Israel by U.N mte e- iv."o said Israeli forces dad "

bel larend | s ae b U.N. Sec rrIn d aoatlassion
tery-Getkeral ag Hammg rskiold not return the fire. i .TI... 'u TOAL
S st New after the ZoneaW hM-r ANTHRD.TE.
the see of heavy military ae-. In Carq, meanwhile, an Egyp-. eMADRID, Lec. 28 (LTP) Ita-_11
Sclima xed by san Israeli, at- tian government newspaper re- han actress Sfa Lore has ban D NEsi. M,"-M
at, in whe soni s50 Egyptians sorted that Jordan soon would Join signe by prducer-direcor Sta- HDes one as. as "
e ed akine i hethe series of defense pacts link-fley Kran star i her first Home" -aPoapsyana Avnu...
eg lvpt, Syria and Saudi Ar- American film. "Pride and Pas- l o b te
..ptSyraanbrtMob" hap,.4dAlcoholic
irsaell Foreign Minis t r y bis. lyGombouriya said t h a t be fsmed in Spain J Moineschay Anonym
s- pokes man last night said t hat Jordan's participation "w o u i dP as reported today. om bit
at Tel Aviv government accepts tighten the Arabs' u n it y and S will play Opposite C a r roosoespinted
G rel Av id rnkSiat. a. She-Th18: 14i s 1 htua nk Ave-hotow
"s principle" the U.N. proposals. straighten their defense lines. Grant .and Frank Sinatra. hsk hs e w
!plays the role of an aristocra Th ddress 14]Pemtly l A.
Ne taid Irael plans to propose a-"ue .
S -pea- conference with E The reports followed announce-ItturnV Guerrila fighter and isa il u
as an. ..necCtive ,tmalls CaIt Egypt, Saudt na Engl, ." a
I.. sreli and Egyptian forces Baghdad Pact had put their arm-! "a"n sim is based on the C. 52.

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Ih tSupow ookt- Solon Seeks Legislation To Prevent

f i Thilear Abuses in Resale of GI-Owned Homes

* ia4 IWW' -m e E ae"'.r dmu i
Cpojl.t at i ew :York UnilerltY.h hIt comblmn the lailest idea on
hsating, scaling. gtflg and decoration. Educators say these
things effect Junior's progrew inschool. Some 0 educatYors
Sfromi eastern, stfte rece.Ut d this model r iNewYrk
- City to get ideas for strdtching tmeir conimuhicesbuilag tdllr.

O+YWOOa -CEA). op-
Sw, Offstage Upstae; .
16er Ift playing two big moie
Ieut t on a r.
blde (f-at me.cuzees a
-HailIess. "
Mo tow typed stars with per-
nai trademarks in the ,day
S whetetonlca Lake's hairdo had
-iii at ou with on" eye,
;--., dl S a ,' .
advertisement .. ,
o'int peddling nersonalt ,

Sof 'thefilm i ,lor -WraT y
kit "TheIg an .'TP l oan
attrI, el, only actgr- No pro-
doer i gvig tot e nto
Mgn' bead sharedd for the
.eUfnys. acting life. I'll-never
jow to anj 'But people won't
reedgle ,ia' argument."
First Hollywood' movie about
d-pe addiction, "The Man With.the
lden Arm," is getting the nix
dle' from the Motion Picture
Ociatiogi- of America. The then)
I TW Wtaboo under the Productlon
C ,de but After seeing the 'film I
e ive 'it; _faie prove the,codde i
ap at ;- .Ire, the film is a1
ba rbut it packs the wallop
S ban om iA, the campaign
aist %e addiction. win Frank Sinatra
JoseWewta 'pretty daughter,
IMelinda Markey, is undaunted by
career reverses and headlines.
She's returned to modeling in the
east Bill Holden, in the
$Oo00O-per-film bracket t he;se'
days, collected only $40,000 for
"Picnic." The film was his last at1
Columbia under an old prewar
contract -. Eye-popping qitte
from Rossano Brazzi about Glynis
*Johns, his ."i'ser Take All" co-j
star: "Sbhejsi th. best actress I've
worked with- and that includes
Katharinde JiT trn!"
Imogene Coca's.still little Miss/
+ 'o -" *

No R t bnth. at& quit.
ptatet ai4 W walkO.g
pI wftig 6t.t .W her
*ekl tw aB a l-yei con-
trat fat -would have brots her
0, mcre. Packing her fans
St B& Room of the Beverly
Hilton-.and due for an NBC spee-
tacular in January, she told me:
"I like it this wy. It right for
lw.~ as as jv hntfwot

thin. Maybe lbe a little more
".m' a Jne, the.-, ,
.I- ",, 'Q
latil^ ^^^ tel'^n
viewer prmi Her to
Dietrich's. "I've tieen oI at
them ever sine." s
This Is HeU yw.l Mrs.. holes:
Press agent W b Ir Los I Angeles
marriage ch4 tr making the
studio U rouwt a "'complete"
free weddtgL t V and movie
stars. Including rice!
The Witnet: Producer Etne
Glucksman during il NBC-TV re-
hiarsal: "I keep ehlng 'Quiet'
but I'm the only on_ talking."
Not in the Script: Robert
Stack on the "Written, O the
Wind" set: "There is no staek thing
as in Academy Awatd. actor.
Thern are only Academy Award
Ear-Witness: Ava GWrdner.
ducking questions on therumorof
a possible reconciliation,, with
Frank Sinatra, is refusing to ae-
cept transatlatic phone calls
from newsmen. .Sh's in Madrid.
. .. Unscheduled laugh for just-
married Rook Hudso_ in "All That
Heaven Allows." The well publi-
cized, up till now, bachelor saya to
June Wyman; "You've shattered
all my pli is for bachelorhood."
Robin Raymond about a yoqng
Robin Raymond about a young
actor graduate of Elia Kazan's
Actors studio: "He's a regular

Do it now... !
Reserveayonr table early

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Reservations: Phone 34315 ,

. A puppet 0ow will be presented
for nrlee. performances In the Batl-
boa Theater tomorrow at 2. 5 and
?bere are 12 members of the
company comprised of one fami-
ly-father mother, brothers, sis-
tear. TIoy have over a thousand
different puppets, some of which
have 33 string and require 5 peo-

One of their members is an ex-
perienced sound technician who
control! the recordings of the mu
sic, etc. Other members are pro-
lfessiona. doll makers and make
all thr puppets required for the
show Ingenious lighting effects
are obtained by the use of "black
lUght and. More than six tons of
equipment are used to put on the
is a fast-moving, entertaain-I
ed citing two-hour show hat
will eight the children aid en-
trall dults. Admission Ft all
three performances are adults 4
ipnas adil ahii 25lai 91 cmnts. I

Italian Ral Strike

Halted By Red Union
ROME, Dec. 28 (UP1 The
Communistgaled General Confer-
atioa of Labor (CGILI today call.
ed off a 24 hour railwaymen's
strike scheduled for tomorrow.
Cominunist union leader Renato
Bitoss: called off the strike after
conferring with Minister for the
Reform of the Civil Service Cuido
Gonella this morning.
,. Non-Communist onions has re-
fused to back the CGIL's'strike
call at a time when a parlia-
ment committee is studying gov-
erment plans for a reshuffle of
the civil service and new wages
for all civil servants, including

British Union Exec
Arthur Tiffin Dies

the powerful Transport and Gen-
eral Workers Union, died in Ma-
nor Soma melp yewteray. He
Tiff& was t ehte tegirg See-
re-ta of tbo C itglrst in the
e"iutr, nbst June to replace Ar-
rlh skhl, who also died in
T worked in the union move-
ment for 35 years. Hestarted as
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WASHINGTON, Dec. 28 (UP) purchaser did .not learn about \A/ L -A
-Rep. Olin E. Teague (D-Texin, is liability until years tutee he YYdSlin lt n
sad today he will sponsor-legi- ..had sold his nouse land the gov-
latlon next year to urevent a. lenment confronted him wltn a (Continued from .ra e2
buses In the re-sale of O.-mort- clalm. If he'ecantot ply,. the gov- -".. ..
gaged, homes to non-veterans. ernment stands the loss. treatment be received may cost
Teague, chairman ot. the Teague safo his committee Vice President Nixon plenty of
House Veterans Committee, said *ill hold hearings after Con-votes in California.
his aim is to prevent e anfla. Tress reconvenes next month tol
losses by the, government "and stnd some solution, to the prob- In the absence of the President,
veterans when a government. 10m.i One answer might be to Nixon hosted a state* dinner for
Insured .01 home loan Is tranas transfer all mortgage obliga- the VIP from south of the border.
erred from the original pur- tlons to tie new Owner if he Prominent on the menu were three
chiser. meet VA credit test, he said. kinds of French wine.
-- If the VA failed to approve
He pointed out that about a the new purchaser, 'be saia, the Completely lacking, however,
fOurth of the 3,350000 n G mort-. veteran sill could jell his house was any sign of California vino.
gages still outstanding a long- and transfer his o but at his This will be a hard one for the
Sr are held by the velran who own risk. A third sOlluutiu, he VP to explain to the home .folks.I
originally bought, the homp. In said, would be to let the new .. President Batille received a bona
many cases, however, the oriti- buyer get his own financing fide invitation to come to the
nal purchaser sla able If the Teague's commitqe must de- United States, by the way. Some
new owner defaults on his cide whether to extend he 01 recent foreign dignitaries have
mortgage payments. home loan program, wch ex ad to come in by a special
o asebonddhe stimNate Was Plies for World n '.qed11tveterans
,Teagnue usa mp- l e.t tim e W Jly 2 5res for World ai II veterans el'-cdoor technique quietly ar-
e on a mpl heonuly25,957rae by the State eparment.
ommttee staRff of. abou- ,,. m. .. ey first check into a hospital
holke mortg aeges- rd-W or a phystoal. lamination or
bore m a I, Ith t program6," ,tude Teau uetreatmenftas 'n excuse to eatsr

every Iour veterans ah W,-l , tudy. The Dutch.nowoter.a..r--k
his home and his ape .-it .The.Dutch-now offer a drink
hnansn to m new hi wnsaeTi i -.' called "jenever" to challenge the
lan-ing to a new ownt* l current vodka rage. Dr. L. i. W.
Teaguesaid that in w.. TeesAged-e Airmen Soutenduj, Dutch. financial coun-
sale eases the origin"a Aea, dr aeer, featured 'it at a darty at
.. Arrested Shqlr6ty lns home claiming, ,itaoq c;v-
Arre te erything vodka does and more."
Drama Critic After.$492 Robbery Over at the Cch em.ssy
L. teyre driinf budw t

Moerr Uariond
Dies After Stroke
NEW YORK Dec.. 2 (UP)
Robert Garland, 60. dram' calic;
playwright- and actor. di early
yesterday in a veteys'sfipiat
He had suffered ak-stroki -
Garland, a native of B'itnore,
was drania crite for i N t w
York Journal American and' -f
international News $Oiv lq*ntt
his retirement several year, ago
He previously had *en drama
critic for the Baltimore Amei-,
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AIKEN,. S. C., Deg. 2,. (UP) -
Two teen-agI dAir. Force. m e n
were arrested., today ai charged
with armed robMber, les than two
hour$p iter a .ervice. station at
GlovFrsavi, near lMre, was rob-
bed of Wi, ShirW W. J Thomp-
son said. ,
ewrol-,dgiiptlpa..pti4red John
d. t len, l a.A bay I, Jack.
son, at a motel ot' U.S. igih-
way l. -. -
Thoan .s14.l .#U!s-ou t
.2 calber r reed the
money take. "Ir 'Andetrson's
service station it gunpoint about
6 a.m. The me w .found.. in
Toelen's auti=e o, ergBs aid.
Tile youths, botfl tmen tmhrd
Macdi Wll M tW ^ a1i d PT
Forlda. 4ToglIi-' tolt"' icers h i s
home was in .w w York and Jack.
son said he was from 'Georgia.



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tion. It's just a native -rew and
has no resemblance to the Amer-
ican brand.
Two luncheon clCuibt Tecords
were broken the other, day at the
presentation B arOiMAuem opales to
Navy Capt. 1ar 14, iopp, for
a nine-day, a3000-mu tained air-
'ship flight, and to Mau.L. Co.
Japmes Coleman, -lgh ats in
,the vertical take-off plane.
First mark set wes t al time
consumed. Cocktails started at
poon. About 1:30 great hunks of
tleak and the "Immings ware
W yved ,fea iecles. ,
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introduction of a speaker. Adm.
Charles E. Rosendahl took 45
minutes to present Adm. Thomas'
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.'bslp's ifs raulesa *ath brulset.
tell.worn steps ao rap be am
Rairs woul leiMA hi home like new.
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have beaten the front run
once in five meetings this E
the Sodamen's four and c
they clash tonight at the 4
The game scheduled I
Yankees and the Sodamen
because of wet grounds,

E An almost lure starter for the
N', Smokers *. Don Wliton, newiy
acquired pbOpertv of the wotid
champion Brooklyn Doagera.
Vibirt Clarke, the most rested
member of Spur Cola's big
three, should be Elaton's mound
Wl' ton what appeared tt
be a goo workout when hl
went to the hill against the So
damen in their onsy loss so lar.
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er relieved startqe4 Ross Grims-
ley in the sixth inning and
for the reat of the way gave
up one hit, one run, ana
struck out sax. Final score an
that game was 12 to S.
islton, who had, a 17-6 recorC
with Los Angeilq Open Classi
fixation Pacie Coast League,
Jast summ., warmed up Zor two
S Inings dutlng the game at the
etadlurn Mnday, in which Jim
Tugerson whitewashed Chester
id 3 to 0.
Clarke has not pitched since
Deo. 20, when the Smokers
umped on him for six hits and
our runa In five innlsga.
The fiebalUing euthpaw
idt the = with ~. b oeore
4 &to tS ofCeterfield,
1ot Ckrk&-w&4lMB off Abe
hook wheet ti smodmen ral-
JWt to pick up four tallies in
the ninth to ltve 'Tageon his
th$rd trN : .
The Yankees have eii idle
SyiBft.Dec. 18 when they4*tpped
two D ,, to the apdmen.
Rain jtuied postponement
of ifitbtr games since y.*
time. '*
SManager Al Kubaki, who wM
pesgsimlstle as early as n day
S afteroo ao his te get
m tnK In:4ai n(fcwd

Today IDEAL-.20..10
Leticia Palms. in
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Don Elston, Johnny Podres1

oert Clarke
ert larke Draft Status.

nd Opponents ...
a iReclassified 1-A
hesterfield Smokers, who NEW YORK, Dec. 2-(UP)-
.Setup oi the happy holiday edge
ning Spur Cola team only has disappeared lor the Brooi .
season, will attempt to cut lyn Dodgers.
Southpaw Johnny Padres, theI
one-half game .lead when two-game winner in the 1965
Olympic Stadium at 7:30. World Series, says his dralt stat-
between the Carts Vieja us has been re-classified to I-A.
padres says the notice* can'e
last night was postponed from the Surgeon General's Of-
fice in Washington. Johnny ex-
pects to be inducted shortly.
he is putting the -squad through The Dodgers admilt there Is lit-
three-hour workouts daily, in tie hope of Podres being avail-
an effort to round them into able for even part of nrxt ceas
shape. son.
The slender lefty had been
classified 4-F as unfit for mill-
Pro Gud Season tary service due to a chronic
back ailment. After his two
World Series wins, .his draft
Just! Star hgfl 0 board In upper'New York State
ordered a new physical examin-
ach Paul Brwn Center fielder Mickey Mantle
of the New York Yankees. also
NEW YOK, Dec. 28 (UP) has something to say-but on a
-The pro football season is just brighter note. Mantle's wife gave
starting for Paul Brown. ;birth to an eight-pound. six-
His Cleveland Browns won theuce b last nig.t at Jopl.n,
Nationday w ith a 38-14 winoi Mantle paced the hospital 10
Monday wit a 38-14 win over hours-.but waiting is old stuff
the Rams in Los Angeles. la to Mickey. The Y nkee star left
rown-now back in C evlat .. a barnstorming tour of Japan
football champions come rom months aoby washed dotors
coaching and teamwork...not d e h e baby was abot
just individual stars. ________
"We're starting a niw re- Marin Ta
gime," says Brown. "We go in- i'llliTakes
to next year with a dfterent
club. It won't haveOtto Gr Slab A 160- .
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1914-IT 'icis tpa anti tee ona 02
the 19i7-29 Aruasas teaq
Daone U nve ri ,y aW nne of
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vurataon to =a0s asr weet
with p ,wrf te over Utah
andg ew.r.cests the ather
tw., o t urea-plac v .uam moved "
PLENTY OF FLIPPIN is done when .J ,n om.the 54 ralg to see.
Calf.. LCilty Collegec is around. Jos,8 and ldivig on ps.0 -
enthusiast, can be found under water .Wth"esIpp1p-when Npjoh Caroinpa-State hd ont.
she's not impresbing beauty contest judg.*..wo- A.:t DhIU her the ;,o. 3 rating hit s. arca-r.olal, PANMA P
uen fth t od .Lthe no.C 3 "..h PANAMA PR".O L.EACUE
auern of the Tnurnaenet. of Rosem. '~ North cprd~lia aved up four

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The 34-year-old Graham re- Tee aTmano tw h e a e. d to o eams-- Won Lost .Pet..'. ..
tired "for good" after the play- Cl umimuuutibeateniuw As!neDa yton andSpuruColaw.............IaJ0
off game, Otto came out of re- Sports Brle s et tso_. -L4 C----'te d ... ......... ..
tirement at thie start of the sea- NEW YORK, Dee. 28-(UP) r r sh ac.tselat se t o C ola ..1p.4
son because the Browns needed Welterweight co n tender I h.a ,taS VL e aeisiaco ........ .8
him. ,Now, Brown says he'Ull give Vince Martinez is making his a hia --- ---- i
in and let Otto stay retired.- first official bid for middle. TUFI e stoak let LAST NIGHT R ES
weight recognition this week. vjutme and atO. fors. dtmrumttae" gB L T 'vSiI SULT (0Po .... -
"*WeI' have George Ratteraan The 24-year-old Martines NEW YORK, Dec. 28--(UP)- 0i0.100 d1tW a L.o 6 DCarts Vieja (."
backnext year," sa Brown. wil meet Peter Muller at the A 92-to-1 shot came home first ie. Ratig wer bas ed *
'**nd ;Babe Parilli wil be out of Milwaukee auditorium Thurs- In the sixth race yesterday at im .atj )rop w ttda T" A
.aerviee next April. Halfback day night. Martinez Is a heavy Tropi i PFw t, tsorM' A thrne- iS Ch-es "r terfieM1(Nh ton -t) V4SP tCIM'i
Jub onst definitely will retire, favorite (5-14) to beat the 28- year-old flly named ** edee k 1ec -0 )
but other than that, we'll have year-old fighter from Germa. o." paid $183w50 to winl .b t. ia : ...1-0) '. -' d-n 7
just about the same tesaq." ny. hopes that nan- place and $18.30 to slhow. '
e ,,,, ,,vte.,yovteryove MileurEqi 4-I
a .t be the WWE other wlr .a sf- ..
just Agdt;re-wrote the record Baillo or earn a consideration Bq tty- as I I t
-book," aymsBreiw"Altar that 9s challeager for Sugar Ray coloht*, Both, we1 a
parneios earenr, ft almost Robinson's middle weight at Miami of Ohio when Ar P
was a neee.t.y e had a g crown. segh.n new Northwest r U i ., Dec.- .;, .
last game. He didjust hat, Martinez hqs only lost three coalcbra-erved ther... & i rSwe1ihts chaPa (1i4
and was wonderful. deis o his 49 fights. He tr College of Connectcut t
now is wwi on a string of says football coach Stan. Jessep ri tetolht in the 208.
Oraham wrapped up his 10th 19 straight victories. Midler has spiked rumors he would his career
season as a pro by setting six has won 59 pouts and lost 12. switch tb a higher-paying col- H who haa scored 31 wItns,
lifase playoff records... for lep... g alnst southpaw Andy A- (Reprlitedrtflm the aest all arugid
pae ttempted,- passes com-rnl The International Baseba atMam BeachIorida. Mmi Herald) fe," explained t
..pletd. ards gained pasin llan or IIaros Leaguef has scheduled a Dec. 30 Are h won 1 bouts out Of 26 oa lead
touchh owns score o...ana l meRting in MIamf to approve Includnia lse lt ni Rney Clak (Ret.Rod) -andtalsteri s1..-
ouchdpwns running. it was i transfer of the Syracuse fran- In-s. fh -
ig ale for one of foot Ordered To Take t to Miami... with e u about coeg sketbll play er- A n ,
bal's all-time great. A severe thunderstorm forced m Baha as clown todaj b 4ts MeW h a ha playernQXto
________-month Laoff Australian officials to call off a eared a rer bout at S not proro na Jj
race. featuring two Hungarian r holain New Tork on J.30 or tons greatest Y. he a fdul
NE O Imilers. The race-scheduled for eur Bama, wh V g- The Wst 1 ivsrsity usually waits
NEV IYORK, Dec. 28 (UP)yesterday-hls been set back to 'ADS FINE--Ra'y ,- Wslwlia m lm jnior, hliere for t Ahe Bow 3o -. ...a
The world's record-holding d s- Saturday... d s 6ntrciit noSrtahma Iter.
beaen ordered to take a rest for Jockeys Pete Anderson and the 'figures read Jts t ight., -t" main evet
at ldeast three m onth t Robert L. Stevenson start sery- lof, tiste. g yea bste o1 Bt last 1

nlng career. The doctor says for rough riding last Sat- aolo
displaced bone hasVc io pulled some aanrd witn.
Sligaments in the -year-old Hun. The American Olympic ski* songj loTheF rw i Y for... Toe
ga is:'s ankle. There is no indices jumping team started training
*, 110 when Iharop suffered the ini yesurpin Lake Placid, New S.nTI A:I'm-

bThe phvsician dds haros may ROYA MO.DdRD I M 0s5t1a a- s test chedu'be
: bab to resume training in a- OLUB ani as. ,.
bout three months if he reeevies Vacati0n Swim w. .... a -,
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sndr meters. fi thous Mnoet ueamaM
Latpast year.n week his 31 with a 14 "beer witS. eS-lt'
toFb a and the two miles durlhg (lboo Fridaf a 2MS.t75
theastye.wFr Bslbo hadp gay f him a netwe Hungarian track star had F" whih was good fr the weekly s in raut last a
been running in threestrack carni. There will be a vacation I11Irimm of"Royal- Mount*& HedtoMlIil h4 u .as last 'ser wSt .
leaIinghvvet had bee ler on t 5q5843
ing'the pas two weeks Swimming Pool FrIday, Dee. wh-ichIs ba I' eh

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slower. I haven't firetsa a 7

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plo.."C e sib-"! may be U
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The next date for Charles i
T'rsdav in Ln Angeles against .
ywrutn Jak Joio who f the&
S. ,trqlvt.a hevvwphttht hamoloa.
*arles. whe has lost omr bo
0t% arf. woh his sixth qait ,
Thursday when he decisiomd Bob
Albriht at San Francisco. Despite
his ic so -comeback record,
Charls is confident be ca be-
edme the first heavyweight to -
gela the title.
Ask Charles-'ho else I
9%g-q to 6ehM Rocky M -q ui n?
MavWb tbie Mere. But if Moore
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The consensus of the mommy
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mixed-up adult for wbont the
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too big. Obviously, be is overwhel-
med by it all.
The pros suect that leck,
who seems to be afraid of the
limelight which goes with the1
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complex. To Fleck, the Open title
turned out to bU a menta.Ltazard,
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"Hitchcock touch" sparks new VYstaVision thriller

-Red. Sunday 1st at the "CENTRAL" Theatre!

The scores of the matches:
Summit HliN Gol Club
amson 189 170 168 5
Bowen .. 36 18 211s 51
Anderson l 178 15t a5
Itunkel, 19 227 1695
jacober .215 178 192 81
i. 1 80 Co. 28
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S189 217 188 5694
. 17 180 179 528
. 158 153 153 409
* 179 218 189 5s
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Fuerus y Lus
pheneu 164 164 1
Iomas .. 188 178 l
ttenberger 180 157 3
whowkia 170 153 1
llch 188 182 2
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To Cagers Hard
NEW YORK -(NEA)-Mauritle
Podoloff, the National Basketball
Association president, ad a prob-
lem on his hands. Podoloff, who
is about 5-4, wanted to talk to
Ray Felix 6f the New York Klick-
erbockers, who is -11,,l
"I'm in a hurry, Ray," Podoloff
said. "So we better go some-
place where we. can do it quick-

S owd the
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wilre don half .the length of
the budlng to an office and then
sat the player down.
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least he could hear me. If we were
standing around trying, to talk he
wouldn't hav heard a word I said
unless he has a receiver in his
belt," Podoloff said.
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S .' i.. R. _YO : N)- NA -Des /
aUflAr the itZow l, a tsetula instead a brilliant rlay and
i t i 'Mor Mh m eM oM the years i Ay. throw, with Pee Wee Reese as the
o the t.bfl 'evelam Alexander is kbi| t middle man doubled Gil Mc-
MOil. ta, membered for. a teat ata.- B Dogald off first base, rubbing out
.i n o" t in the ses and yellr ot the Bombers' only and ast
triaus career. chance.
w l still talk.P of Podres contends that this smash-
Zoe n n in as a relief n a erg victory made him a pitcher.
y Irlith 574% te venth mioain of ;N He does not put any stress on
i~ f.. TI h a wn ee of the ,2a World d ew Amoros' extraordinary piece of
'e4 T*Iti Jewelern b fl le istrlking ou ayn ri retrieng, accepting that, no
la M i n the 'bases Od dp eu bt, as one of the breaks of
amee W t .vrybody forgot the ame. He promises to UWe up
n t and wht- is never to an his erly promise next sea-
w-it s no -it that assert tson n the W opportunity by

y Took treleft field foul e an sys the stocky younger.

colo pitch in the world Series.
Sal;, barely fol.
0ub aapped threepoints Alexander and hi a went on, he adds. Maybe it

u I .ob WOwen srme up wth a hira meant tout t .beab.. l+1 a disadvanta. I held the
2 followed by Kunkel with .- .cards. It's going to that wly
(his 227 second gm high gae I c do
in the'l e for, the nlgt) and.V the tNorld Seris ames a
Jacober wth 585. Almeda lede I oefas t aof- g.
for Elom with a strong 1M4 fol If what Johnny Podres-and a
lowed by Bud Balcer with 5M $ 1W' theoe ha od many basebalS people be-
The three Doint win kept Sum. bands at thse U r-b ia nl bBy ieve becomes a fact, then a mat-
it in third place, one point offt tet"t-.." lBy -edr ter of 1? inches or so, when you
TabitI and three off the first- -.- look bick at it, will be the dit-
place 8ymour Insurancemen. Tat'Is ,. th .ee Won- ference between an outstanding
derwonce moire escapes military required to fell Sandy Amoros' pitcher and just another skitterish
In the final match, Colonial ma s ,, tro ble Il remarkable catch o frt Berra's southpaw with tremendous poten.
urn took three from A len- s lat' of thbe spIe towering fly down the let field tal.,
cla OGld to stay in fourth pace- he la sthng Padres,- sly 2S foul liaS with two Yakes on That's the way this a so fre-
Ma Burgle smashed out a big 612 ,des five se ason~inorga ized~base in the seventh Ian of the quently go in athletics.
series with qames of 220, 218 and balt thinks about is the? one deciding game. Genuine competition brings out
176, foUowe by Zelates with 570. foot difference which, closing out Had not the little .Cubanola, the roaring crowd and. that nies-
Fer Agenda Glud, C h a r lie the World Series, made his name runnit as he never did before sarily means slight difference be.
Kutach led with 572 followed by a household word. The 12inches when erra poked the ball into tween the star and the also ran,
Woodcock with or so were, of course, all that was the very corner of the wrong the hneo and the bum.
The standing of the teams
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Ssgt. Mike Kllman, 4- ear-old

oi sike Flies Off To Key Wes

SThe East German Coimmnla |
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ao onis WASHINGTON Dec. t (UP)- y. t wa possiANAMble that hi. doe. Wt at this time of year N hovers medal an. be wall ,Is Met
1i wIfe, a Berlin-born German, President Elsenhower departed by tori took te matter up with in the high Bu. th b at m mDS tripped -h*fighA
dited he was drunk and said he plane today for two weeks of work him agail and pit g r 6 at e r Meanwhile at Key West paliters Mr. g. was belg sued at the 6M 20th Ulssy'Wa utoudIlma v
was driving caesully. and play in the tropical warmth making the trip, west-to work Ry to cha tn w ho Mr. Tr ----_**'"' '. M '
pesCom s ripreo and radio of the nation's outhernmost city. king thatt rip. m ame of North ch Drive E man at plan L -
ocupied." The said his car Fla., naval base, a favor te win- that he will not be n Washington olcome for the fit an matteci many of e e
crashed Into an East Berlin taxi ter vacation apot of farmer Pres. wien Congrei reconvened next ient to visit the sutheit the reaSnts. fatB a dither of
S isoday amiht and seriously inur- dent Truman. Tuesday. .kh tows. -y -poa ,
S bot pothe cab driver and rs. Accompanying the president a- ut White Hoe press secret* or he "It t
55Aen's parents who wre in the mon8 others, were his brother, ry James C. Magerty said that ass besieged witl caug re4zang said, "but-it was..' alghty Gis
ear withma. hi wife ad Dr. Milton Elsenhower, and his uwing his va the reidet about the street nae_ m- pleasant -le"'ilert to Bo0ys
aet whether the Mast Germains Howard McC. Snyder. of the Union measage-. whchb the whole wttBK, sckted ac
elalmoin "sever e lI nt y" ever be read to Congress in the A I can b ... .
lest Berlin, atfempt to put Kil. Mrs. Eisenhower was remaining dent's abameace Jan. S-his hu a Brel aity te Blani ssaa U Thirteen nablea4ere bora in C"
a f a trial In their eurts, In- in Washingtoo be near h ee r at estimates and other a t e. 'n Mr. e e ewerTl ins the co.SoleHobpitsdr
toskedrthenLatvra tsw toile t ." So-d

steed of handing him ever t the daughter-in-law, Barbers, who messages to Congreas. Dim Aai usual route tos.Ihe'val ban eadig at mfiui Dec 2lp
slam under feur-I.per ocS .ve birth to her fourth child last M from the Boaas ChM aaval a. cordtel to .teawall h.
S ea maeruler. week. Inf Mr. Eisenhower confers with ti he will ruie leoiBetevelat o arbig dasame sol
U. t Army called Soviet The PresIdeat6 decltom to Congresional leaders or adminlal YrMn g T Blvd. Sat Tran Aveuse. He parents W-a Admitted andi'
dendunaed Klimth as a "drunken His destinason: The'Key Went, Mrs nnhower'uwtripwmeBmene rdrwweriDriveisure wrre wrasdg-.

ccadquarted by telephone and make the trip to Key We t tratfo, officials on Congreloaetl m is thie wolan t erely C e s ew Eli were ca.
ash'edifor the release of Kliman came at spot o former Pd re. matters within teeste next I tw enhwer drl BAbles we to the follow
The East Germanb have been press. Acoented change of resiad on weeks, those Homreieirip appa bUENOS AIRES Dec g Aeri: AD-he aa"It tor H y'g lP hen C
Jnststing tat Westerners, including iss part. rently will have to take place Is Bishop Alexis Pinko head Mayor Harvey O the name 1. Cari Mwaier, ai Cow
n tral in their courts, al- him to go aouth for some mil callers undoubtedly will be beld In uth America, charge today pos of city r E. May, J..o Margarita, so
athlimanhiest does not recog- exerMife in a warmer climate and s a minimum. -that Comuthesti were repenaible Town officials an d time ou and Mrs. Alan irech,
Tihe East Germtan p vernentp of hpe recuperation from Ghi Whe n th. trip south w as rM an Argentine train wrek "Conches," Westers icai o d daughter Mrs.
eshse East Ge "s avrt attack proposed, re gerty said the Paren riatmas ni ht that killed and in- themselves, a l the giant ,
ared that any Waterne at- B onl last week Mr. En- dent wouldgo ad return bef jd more an 100 boom that accompanied the period epn3and Oe
ad, trial. t shower indtcated he intended to it the open Cogre. That -A paseer train )e wjth of Uiita Mr. abmade v.l f Coc Solito, da
pCaeniiriet saur.crsed nore their suggestion. was before the Presaent indicated migratoy worke an from during has term au tisidet. ant Mn.RichaH d A. j r, th
dree H aea i sv to At thallt ter-in-lae w, e Baformed the the was dropping. plans r the aao Paulo to lr Geo l.s was a.Fort dlba daughter; ,-
rs by a surtmw e Ao Key 'West Chamber of Commerce trp. struk by four rumawa freight i a est B. Lewi,
eredanr E ast v that he did not think he would be he Prsident's change of mind cars on a steep grade r Gua- i i S rance gied, so.
resarr ews ted It ae m to gat away from Washlbt- qao disrupted hia wife's plans tor rema. to t foils
ares f heatn a CMr.isenhoweron this wintr ersd that t he dhheid New YearW. Ig Chritmas railway ac Bab bor te lt
S'sear Lr. y allon Sov he peobabley would go only a far While it was ever sueeed dent was not the d. n.'nit
f rhtoarte't by telephone and make tohaiyttKeyhweat trofficialshon Coniressl I"mse WOwtwoulderelyr vim pubew lchtrgod.

.r the relee of Kima camnge his apr and re- mer withe N Year's t s two t thefoo
haste 4at The

the W st dm not rc- exe n t was t 'le needed a wamr witness at their trial to iadt
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clm ate w de h. aThte atr. r!twm 4 thegiant Bue idS Is w sW s
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*kned- rBasty Watme r nsI it a- rtley had wee sark Mr. Ellen-det Would-,gohHandareturnhaoboi morepthan. oiod a nd i l d.
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lp a Deionne Sadly Reveals Surviving

Quints Have Broken Away From Home
gAEn, Ont.L Dec. Yvesew, Ce2e, MaIte and An- ."Don't believe i,t it's not true," guardianahip would have to come
Oliva n s tdl y ip Montreal for ase sobbed. to a end.
.-ant hais t w the ap, Irater said. Sie Sm h e andiher sater had "It tmeforttond" he said
tplet dau htpave aghe not send their parents seipt .& Christmas card home, ten. "We've done our bedt for
M y rltl, meIa heyr or card. They did not tale- "Is P ur fault if they didn't' t quit. We've tried th'm
at a sg w-g card or write habet atelr Christ- &AIt?" w ask*l. tents apW
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heoshay etlhbs a the t also had e Star w sad Marie and An. in 1 Paa DImonne tught to
l.n a therg I ad's ale- -o b5 baa ecdIve .1r contuter lives.
be .*- S t heir as liat te &e Yin Wheih i Te T ari government w its
KY utW he Vw *as g 1 AW t 1 ae P A melh. the, ir drian for a time with Dr.
wS i'a quiknAWLt cadhIa a pinak heosa MA-ea DuleB, the doctor 'who
have t.. ning their east e35 t do0r I crack foir thm, a supervislam
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