The Panama American


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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.

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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World On- A-.Bon

SThis Afternoon
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TUCKER'S TOWN, Bermuda, Dec. 8 (UP) Presk
dent Eisenhower, Prime Minister Winston Churchill lo=
French .Premier Joseph Laniel ewded their four-day ceu'
ference today with a pledge. to keep the West st"
while striving to end the cold war.
Lights glittered post midnight in the swank
Ocean Club as the President, Churchill and French Fmb
eign Minister Georges Bidoult, representing the att .
Laniel, drew their bueprint for future action.
At 1:15 0.'. the Big Th.e western powers iA4
.: a joint communsque.wAn rawtmg the decisions naUem4
SAt in. the Bermuda onference and reaffirming t i so
raf darity.
Thefirst fI toward conference to be oa
attaining the of u- ending A ec
r Ion uy, i lqe =San toh aie w
RTsEM. p- train the Vnift Ia=y
S aa treat at t the temambxts.
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needed to sure the

riip. Wk tabt t the mf re wer wre as folwaS:
-s t o. i 5a n them. ,e. enaican f I thtI
Maalue s ., Ide s 1 .- (1P) Movie ..the T 01,,t'.t th tW
S3 itman. as etenced tougL's.oodlas said to- pmeMOt Blmaihm w r's haloit nn5 w
5 t ...!" .? wlo.pety .e romantic SwlUate l a te nv to vet nation is wilL.
"Cust ir a 1*s ran a. bu*-4 by len rha an. Estelle Io oe t&ipa ft! a .0 s n a
^ta idet .T' i o. PfQ -. Yetn Yesterda moing Boyce A 2.The tiw
eaboa hs ar b d p lS blte cr ot h p Jak De P.m. SS rea Is.sulhSk Is so anxious to ca.
_he' f ald hI o ".. draw and listeners iear. tm HOG. mitment to the -year-
Swn and be war that It has the
at> 2Zori I^st th.I ff..t aesea and a at-ad nth tn an t w onsvenre orit cusoerene
?B^a $190. dl takinI any torelddieovse- ten Elsenhower insated th ft
breuTuuir may I
enaemn t W^1'worla ,wili Gostlnue to work to t d by Rod ac pro-
.rH IS. <- IhI Auguste," 'kftoawe sa"ut the Un"te hea tefsed 116
Il llI I th. ..'Iuet her very vaUiant forces at PrmnceS the Ss to the pofShle.i
S. rer In Europe. three aolated states of Ido-
S8 N I'ISaMx, 80 Y te f a for fhig .Se a ery charm- Whintn t n ieThower was opecte
ass h._as1 A06 i t-te h a Ofbxa. ,rd an fence of Cambodia, Vietu bout noon today s a L fl
*?ai a.draA e ,an union to _rict nt leaw Bemuda ab his
'.e Nv f- ding, so it Nam," the communique el a to nnU tdia Airport.
.'._t.. R o befufy, trhurt,,tuna, d lTtI'llhavetopol- "We recotnise the it.. ton- The a adlaot ofAr t
Tlertow sa- she-2 w m rtra lb record time ish up at to face Demp- corthede of their confrlbdti to l o a. U.N. "
the with a Mlaid say *,k the dTfense a the tree world. hat ConUSZ The renW
,..e l" s 'are known to he. qbles of state re We Thed Ato. Ae." -
on..a th:n- d rt oto resr peace and saability n Informants made It kn
Aside twe6. vryhapy;, 42t-year-old 4.dn d acting for France be- ma
41 ---.-- -said yesterday inl Icause Laniel's chest cold pre- cns ad wn
New. Yo3 km her engage- vted im from tending the americans-and
,meant- of lh aa week w-mtn final ra i :rhill we fo-a
Dlgpsnt b he intended tai Frdench critics' fears that a 'nf c
6to the wedinga. rearmeder aymei. ten -g
"1 dee why Mrs. A's- fears were groundless.
aA Iy don't n ovwBid ut canp eaa opt t p o i of
S Id have "oh- on Indoehin where dnh un- o t
lasaid. Ion forces have been fglhtie length IUerno t otldd s eary -
Deam pny CommunIst-led Vrt Minh rebels gene hof t e hrte Ni
S or seven yearsent Eiseahower a wire here ri
orIn Eur twoe -s Cate sIo eA and drew os
theenaese Casae sad Svith et-

colM ouglas said. Nor Merato atom- war-
-Suempsure emp ev faroff oofi For N Yh-T wo Days
.wsiimdo odid' even n Wto5e Ia Behmud Schedule
n nflos*t the wedding,. thelD 06 ao-
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.-draw and thatc ill. Prince o a holiday the ta t -
R odobeU$ St h nT will sail from Nef O
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Sad fIanay last Monday. Nov. 30,
hembs war placed under n o n- l.. I
sri*'s car, parked near their
And oM of al these early rumb- ..
JAgswiM cme a tough strike
year is;L. .
igh AML loaders are disturbed
by a ON dmelgin non labor
aiamed the FAMsen, Pa., area and
have sO thr own investigators
is itOsoa ma Ionw. Some of these
_bomb M "operate vertically,
OW assneo4 their victims go 'I
O L I 11 IOWI NS e fst ugh. So0m e .
TIVV 0 LI 60u0111 their rown
IBM-- -M n ed their own "1 -
tim. The~~y've iufl ....ti
SPLCIAL PROGRAM 1OM TODAYy tedw t v, which is rare,
='e 'LEW would never tol-
: PICTURSI and 0 ThSHOR t lae it iC it11f he 0Jmw.. They own non-
Swhd&, Ot hvem Is Bill Burfp i
lne am I s t on charges og
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w AN uaL^sSl by1n. Labor. News ;p vN o
pou Nese my NaL.SON WOUNSWL" te ,.
7 H ISTw oP 0 OX 13s. .ANAN. A R. P. And r
riEp,404em PANAMA NO -0740 es LiNeAtd
24H MAnIsON AVE. NEW YoR .n (17 L N MY. y MO O
M. ,.t N, ANtE. ,nv.N..r so s a f By VICTOR RIESEL
Unnoticed by a nation absorbed
S 61 E A A lin the fury of almost daily na.
AIl A 0IBL Q tioa A and internationaL upheavals,
is a eict but bitterly fought strike
a o-- richh will set a new pattern a-
The Mail Box as on open forum for readers of The Poneom Amer- fecting the country's Industrial
cen. Letters are received gratefully end are handled in a whly11 ceofi- life. It has already edst the strik-
dentiel meaner. in,. union, Alex Rose's AFL Hat.
It contribute a letter don't be Impatient it it doea't appear the Cap and Millionery Workers, a
*ext day. iLtes are published in the order rece ve& million dollars some five months. .- -iT
Pleeces ve to keep the letters limited to one pase length. It has Tart down one ol the na.
Identity of better fiters 0s hold in strictest confidence. tion's largest headgear manufac.
This .ewrster assumes no taspoesibility tor statement* as opinions turers-the Hat Corp. of America.
To finance the strike, Rose has
Lextpressedoin letters froim oers0 Poateda a regular $500,0l0 bond is.
sue mong his people at three per
GOOD WORK WAS APPRECIATED cent interest. Shurtly he will l.une
another $500,000 debenture. The
Securities Exchange Commission
ir: has been notified and full lare'ms,
To ithe friendly people across the line in the Canal Zone: haso filed. Regular three year
What an extremely kind, thoughtful action it was of the gilt- edged 'onds with seals have
'Commy" to send that huge cake to the "Sheffield" crew. It been issued and Rose has tpe
wouldd be even more enjoyed than the bookends sent to the $900 in escrow for intereat pam
*Gotl h" by the Panama Company during the visit o the Queen lion dollars. Three nd issue will bea
andi6uke of Edinburgh. used for strike benefits as the un-
And how efficiently all units worked .(and overtirpe, t to ion runs out of its surplus.
ensure the smooth passage and safety of Britaid'* Queen. I wa Some union members are mort-
a job well done and appreciated by the small colony ot Brdtsh aging homer, others are dining
here who were not in the position to do that work. Too, our Na- into lifetime savings to I ora j
tional Anthem was played as one seldom hears it, and gave us a bonds, while the company is taking
thrilL heavy losses, loo, in this desUerate
VTbank you, you kindly United States citizens In the Canal fight for principle. The issue is the
Zone who did more than your duty. strike in Nor valk, Connecticut, is
wheth't a company has the right
The Appreciative British to dismantle parts of its plant and .
move west or south during the life-
time of I% contract.
ATTENTION MOTION PICTURE STUDIOS The Hat Corp. wants the right to o
K r: .-...the 1.16 3 .si ps i i
1I lUked.Jorge Negrete very nuch. I would lute to'*low 'if in have. lived in the -. -- .,
the negr future there will be a moving picture made q the life Icmutlty fo r .en e
bf thsla-tamous Mexican actor. the comm itr obs
If so I think the part could be played by Pedro I,, tinte, it the community. at b ,,u .
brother of Angel Infnte. I am -ure he can play the part.of the years its members havt- .t o
Jorge Negrete very welL evopg their skills, the ae aSS
A ri_, vested right, not to thighting De sessions
A Jorge Negrete. N ports, not to the-
dendavaot todmaenay 1By.-' bBiw ta -
oto ,ntinued em ploy We'he
company retorts it La t B. e t -
right of course, to move pan of
its property at any time, For the past lout moths, the ndex oe Al ; s ably talk oursN ef into oIr depresplon
hundreds of other northern corpo- can bualdes bas been trending downward. hi by compounding te feBalu Afirao easily
Stations are shifting south andou Still leaves us way up hb on the eeonom:l4M, these days on many frt ta.
west, where all costs, including der. a lobg distance from any condition that Paul Hoffman, fonir chief fore aib d ad-
transportation, are lower, could fairly be called .rgeeson or a depreetal mtanbtrater and nol bard halitzhu1 of the-
The pattern set by the eventual Nevertheless, a drop-bff like this iievttably Ie pt debaker Copoofion, rlthis DOsaibil-
end of this strike could affect 'eu- accompanied by a lot of gloomy talk. Int fact. It ity'ln a recent w York 'rtUeIe called
lions of northern workers and frequently begins befoW E any decline Il evideit.- '1 OW to AVOid .
p any companies. ... When the crash of .1W0 ushered la the Great What Rofftm Uala 9 -0-tat If yaU
Depression, panic gripped the country. Po v O feel depr t in a.o ol .k to cofat
All across the nation, there is unims ined oer appemed to be at work, a:4 to 14. Hell.aft = I l t .t ch ought
wide, seething unrest on the labor th natural reoeaseno t# e unknownals fear. t. reassure tB pcan w s thAownw e-
'ront. Wildcats everywhere are go- Loking back, many e today say Uan trailing. 1t 1 on t11 l*
ing unreported. Recently the coal the back.ofufear AA&ptodrsanel ntTh" "Lap 10
.... e.ds in Kentucky and West Vi'- the prod of fear. employers eedl 'lT _hse i.
ginia were hit by 15 mines payrolls and cut Xd on. Coulp they U1ia creased Oper a v
pages which were halted or maintained a healthy oonfidence, builness109 migh D en rt
when the Corset Lewis Co. i not have dropped so fr, atene te .e ono
hearlan, Ky., sued John Lewis' The story cannot be 'the same n 193. re ut117f
United Mine Wo kers and his Dis- economy is unerpinned by all k .l of a
strict 19there iDl,0 under l e MW -v I 8 ifety" an tae- and
the Taft-Hartley Law. Feelings are depression weapons, and its economic
bitter but permit me to submit it keenly senitile to -many B aiW*Isyat
humbi the thought that we can trouble. Rising population pressage & i T ]N r
be grateful that we've arrived at pandln marketst we stt
that civiliezd point in once "Bloody taendn mretet
Harlan" whet both sides tak l Yet th.t do s o tmead w h e a, t
the courts and picket linesinnstea dsre -roof economy. Any s0ih la-ged e Sa-at e ilg over .m
of to their rifles and dynamite. and operated by human being I-s-- to ward a .psofc b u. rve.

And while I talk of arrival at this .Ia dtihdesans of thiesa
i biation civilization let me re- Atlb fear is contagleos. _ls
St t hN I of all our safeguards, we smt, pre. tehe they
wil aonl btihsidesgotto]m ino w the e b S ,y :- ..-
ame another. When CIO began e
the d aake of the sitdowns, few who
nt plants would have thought
that one day Ben Fairless, head of
US. Steel, would be the star speak-
er at a testimonial to the head ofE' '
theCIO's LO .d Steel Workers as "..
t as last week at a David Mc-.
o' -n o n o- t*
P AS jlhly obscured the fact that fa ir edem e ero bl Haes a
pePAYSfPR FORK-Mrs.Ben coCIO leaders gathered h t1I r vn d bae tr inform g. to
Clayton, M poy he mprim ilating a Crthouse tradition -', In one of the nation's most --_- -- -* -
~~~-She ma ,tl dda for felloDw influen a: industialsts. Fai less ,er- i ad 0I .. I *a. Lhea : -to

workers in the i c mt -k's off at te SL & County sp each other because they e NorthW MA e ,
Courtto ud U he, public of ,a, i~m~ sorJmay as tmen, not just as boss .Ue tt& nl Uamd t "S"-

"Yat know, I suppose, that Dave 'Air Fore, I ,a u to U bSrblI Sass
Andlorr lader. C ea0.aC;.,PEEL
i a great admirer of Eddie Stanky, c 't.
and s se (St. Louis) Cardinals, but idman I.. -h ." a s aem
!the Pirates are still his favorite, '.owed mle se _s I -. .-ut
blil cldb. Many a night, I've seen b-gn, .e !,!
idma out at eYorbes Finel.d tryintg. an on _ale
Te coe l p. Ast a Dwrector of the pli
Pirtes, I'm mighty grateful for umanet

everwher'e. The CIO Auto Union e
sik again the North Imert-
JANE W N sadl STEE IG ZATW .. Acas jet fighter and bomber plants his
is bitter indeed. There's been pic- ow
"U S L I' bet -.e violence. It broke out at
: tl- Chlrbus. 0., plant on Nov. 17 u
whb slthers massed to prevent per5
a-- ,-, n'ug of their lines. Nine were the
iTrt, not seriously, certainly not or
as hadly damaged as some auto- it
Sgmobliles aumed the plant. There've a
'bL g m sasm broken windows in as a
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* C(erwMes Porcelain Vases

* Italian Figurines Bavarian Dinnerware
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vIte-Ginhg in US Schools 3 Model dcn$
"atbin Model LE direct only -13.M
Sb sel emp tyin disposable
ad 'raid ') i., I )- compulsory about the distribu-. r e m
S,0d"IMution of tinon plan. Bibles were to be giv-
Pa to. ,d' Ipaany-A- ools w ucon- en only to those who wantedUP No.I
pamuate tm by the eN erseY them, he a id. i e. 1
Deco,. s011t u14st t e firstTels. 5-M3 2-31165
Sto for Mforement i- iea* ha.lln gOeon Tudor took the case to the
do. 'pteo knw-owW be W aouppguelcal State Suprene, Court Or* 5, iand
S114i 4 dedon today the justices ruled:
SN. 0 CB l whm wo tab to BSut "Distribution of the King
n James version in the public
9awas to schools of the state would cast
B tm Ment X ab i Re aside all progress maide in the
f ,g1 ag law. j the states n United States and throughout
The, ad -New Jersey in the field of rell-
%bto ,U Iup br9nM O& SI vot- glous toleratloh and freedom. ,
twthe dd Lto upset lower
Sal "A.that a ored "We would be renewinE the
t no.ft th- e,, .o.S? ? ,, __ nt. _
A oo pdes ite what the auclent struggles among the var-
1z 1Bknow called t "bad olicy." lous religious faiths to the detrt-
S' ."e tCourt ruled the meant of all. This we must decline
lab@& we betwe.n.- .| pie pof roaration of
and state. 7he decision Tudor, supported by the Amer-
T" o held ar apMande r am luctin lean JeWlsh Congress, had con-
.e ~tl fkthe,_re aUa ,a MO IO'l5n theOldo la from ivn tended that the use Of publi cF
s8 4, itgattal came f r dasen $ pocketlusrbes to itU schools to distribute Protestant
Employer I public school. Bibles was discriminate b e-
did -causme th e'he Oldeon, a n er ba l caue the dGideon Soi
no se reSS 4 bu-the testant religion."
re ire d to board. It ad planned to
torts anl rIn volume -contain
iie" King James versAon of
-a l .a s Testament and the Old
_Monti-i PeAu The Bibles were to have been
,eret Ingiven to children whose parents
elovwitheymyWO eaD tased them In wr|itng.
11'- T he wine n t as the prod was
0400W ate 11a -cwthew Roman Catholics and Jews pro-
of-r doghe asthis you. tests& Bernard Tudor, a Jewish
rk biillns of do-tro a-t and Ralph lI Coque, a
S. doiofD o tholc parent, obtained a ten- Wh. 'W of e" amnd nls M
-Dts e nd tt hnow f erme ting r injunction In January m ls to tsc clients.
t lbte now ed'-in ed In. hugfe oaken ring distributiOn of the .
~ the region are l1
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M- n umtne's. D r tm er-l forY teln OrdtheoMehns list .
Tetm itafels wSa 15or ue.orC urt ueILTte dRCa
P.tmaidttIe- ar .N. aRM AVIMeaE. iAN 1U
to-WlIes; i VMS .
.TUR.-jRbm Dertisonr 'est ao- i bot' .o,,, veienee ur i ali be
---.t e e Deas'.10 dw nDdon (D.Callf.) denim testimony FoW evening un~ll pm.
Supreme Court afd" glob "%Mre 1 o Ado115, 31 anby former Communist newas-
'" adverIt" from& a._4 ail yeOUr," i as wOpposit Panami perman David Blodgett. who
r.dU. 8"Wot 8. Sdomfn h t. p.lUetUwI ei ,Io RS. 3 Station told the House Un-America
and13.S.JudgeWine.DibeUts AComitteen.9h
intlie won ha um siVll b4 PLAY LAND OF TOYS Francisco that Condon had at-
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Repentant GI Weds Mountain

Gal Of 'Dear John' Letter
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CRACKERS NECK, Va., Dec. 81 There has been no hard feeling
-(UP)- Cpl. Edward S. Dicken- against Dickenson in the hills, be-
son, the repentant G. I., took as cause of his brief drift toward the
iis bride today the tall blonde Reds. He was greeted as any other!
mountain girl he thought he had repatriated soldier but with res-
lost awhile he considered switch. traint because of his family's wish
!in to communism in.a Korean that the momecoming be attended
prison. with "no commotion."
In a ceremony atnearby Big
Stone Gap in the storied Lone- Miss Laney was not among
some Pine country, the 23-year- those who welcomed him back.
old repatriated soldier married Asked about whether she intended
shy Kate Laney to climax a secret to see Dickenson the sturdy moun-
courtship of two weeks, tain girl said blushingly that she
The couple surprised t h e i r didn't know.
friends and families by getting a
marriage license earlier at near-
by Big Stone Gap. Clerk W. B.
Lay of Wise County issued the li-
cense and spread the word that
Dickenson had wooed and rewon ls, Europeans
his lost love. I
They were married this after- Says Ex ap POW
noon at the home of Dickenson's Says Ex-Jap POW
brother in Big Stone Gap. Offici-
ating was the Rev. Sylvan Wil- TOKYO, Dec. 8 (UP)- ovict
son, former pastor of Dickenson's TOKYO, Dec. 8 (UP) Soviet
church known as the Big Spring Russia is holding American serv-
Fre4 Will Baptist Chruch of Wild- icemen and a large number ofI
cat Hollow. European prisoners in notorious
The bride, blushing c r i m s o n Wladimir prison 100 miles north-
through the .single-ring ceremony, east of MoscoW, a Japanese re.
wore a royal blue taffeta dressed patriated from that camp said
and carried a corsage of pink car- today.
nations. Dickenson wore his cor-
poral's uniform. Former Navy Capt. Nao Mae-
Dickenson's parents were there, da, Japanese naval attache in
as were his half sister, Mrs. Doyle Mukden, Manchuria, during the
Wells, and a full sister, Rose Hel. last war, told a lower house comn-
en Diceknson. mittee that Wladimir was pri-
There were no formal attendants marily a prison for "foreign"
as the marriage .had been ar. captives. Last Saturday another
ran ed too quickly. Dickenson on- repatriate, former Army Ser-
ly bought the' ring this morning geant Ryoho Akiyama, said oil
henhen he went to Big Stone Gap prisoners at the notorious camp
for the license, were "political prisoners."
The couple relaxed and em-
braced heartly after the ceer- Maeda told the legislators
mony and Dickepson announced Germans were the most numor-
he would not re-enlist in the Army oua at Wladimar but there were
but would "settle down in or near also about 30 to 35 Japanese,
Big Stone Gap and go to work now Finns, Poles, Turks, French-
that I have a wife." men, British, Dutch, Estonians
He said that when his furlough and, in addition, American serv-
is up in two weeks he will go to icemen. -
Walter Reed Hospital in Washing-
tor for his discher-ge He did not know how many
There will be no honeymoon but Americans were interned there.
t6e newlyweds, planned te stay Maedt'Ald"liffe was-hard +n
temporarily at.the Grover Dcken-W
snr':plHeq. Grover's wife, Verna the pring e. "We At n t eut"
Hel", ls.Kate's sister, Mlying there was d.ih~ uh-Me,"
Klte's parents did not get to the l1b said. ..
"atile's father did not know The former naval offlit pde
afiy*sng about the w e d di n g the statements during peial
thgkS her mother did," the bride- committee hearing on tl tc
gr qp' explained repatriation of 811O J ese
e couple disclosed they had mitary and civilian pn tes
th 'first formal date since Dick- from behind the Iron Cu
en 's return last Saturday night. -.
Sckenson was one of 23 Ameri-
cani prisoners whc refused repa-
triation after getting mind-control U
treatment at the hands of his com-
Smoiist captors But, alone of the
23, Dickenson changed his mind fm.l
and came through the line to re-
usUP the American way of life.
A H denied that*a ,blighted love v
hanfluenced his temporary de-
cilonh to stay with the Reds. But
he mentioned he once had a girl
back in the hills who wrote him a
"Dear Joha" letter. .
On the juke boxes, "Dear John" L28llN ros -
Is, a ll-billy tune in which the -_
lady announces that she loves an- S0rii6 Fnles let ro
other. Back in the Crackers Neck M m ,M
section, Dickenson's sweetheart A rom WHi Tg
waa<,idenufied as Miss Laney.
u. she denied she had jilted
sial, "sying only that she prefer-
red"tb'waU fdr his return to dis-
custthe propbeaL be had written
her. "
cielaston came home toa aim- 7t2 AV.
pie welome= two. weeks M*gt i ht
would n6t say whether herid IW S SIuM AT WAt
etl on Kate' But. he apparently CM* AddriM THPAIt -
did so and resumed his suit so
convincingly that Kate was swept
off her feet.

i CHRIS WELKIN. Planeteer Scratch Sonl

People and Places

ACROSS 3 Poverty
1 Daniel in the 4 Decorate
lions'- Moving trucks
4 Stratford- 6 Trying task
on-- 7 New (prefix)
8-- of Tarsus s8otetlesa
12 Mrs. Adam 9 Oppoe
13 Venture 10 Indiana
14 Internal 11 arbing
15 Confederate Attacl 8ity it 42Ftsifled
general 23 Helen oe Nevada 43 Within
16 Radio wav Troy's lover lOGerman river (comb. form)
SRadio wae 24 Peak 31 Vfedor 44 Solar disk
1m sure 25 Caprice 3 Make amends 46 Girl's name
18 Sign 26 Birds' waxy 38 More oncelse 45 Therefore
20 Get up .mnbraies 40 Adjusts 48 Droop
21 Country hotel 27 Extriordinary 41 British HiUh priest
22 Sacred bull personae admiral (Bib.,
24 Wheat beards
26 Attired
27 For
30 Dairy product
32 Raised I
34 Man's title
35 Chant .
36 Measures of 4 "
type -
40 Otherwise I "
41 Blackbird ..
42 Depart
45 Revokes --
49 Concerns
51 War god
52Adam's home
53 Mother of
54 Hen fruit
55 Puts onr-
.6 Persia
57 Distress: signal -- -
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No. 3 Lottery Plaza
Fourth of July Ave.

Household .n I Automobiles Do* you heve. A...dd p-..? .,
___ a__ u__u__u .. .... I Write Alceohoei AnseAmna. '
BARGAIN! Liv.ngroom se.rcon.i, $500 FORCED SALE, 1941 Lincoln 2031 Anmen. C. X. im
of.. 2 chairs. I sofa. with spring Coninental Convertible. Qtrs. 242- DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic -
cushions and plastic covers Center B. Rodman, Navy 3590. Central Avenue "K" Street, car- WILL
table $95.00. lith street S o n FOR SALE -1948 Chevrolet Club ner. Telephone 2-3479, Panama. tog
Francisco No. 29. Tel. 3-5561 i Couoe De Luxe Radio. 5 good Mukee e
7ribaldos tires Vehicle in good mchancol ... your wife or daughter a pres- w
_'' _- T I 1-1 ,ic'/hka a" cnl Oi OemofSwi'ss Elno relectric sewing -1
FOR SALE.-25 c,cle Frigdare. 1 condition. Tel. Fort Kobbe 84- chnne, wiss En only 8 tbsri. CoMM
fr. Make offer. Balboa 1327. 2188. Crnos Telephone 2.1793. u-Clo
P SALE- New Bendx electric F,R SALE--1952 Pl5mouth Cran ---...- .
dryer,"Clothes 115 and 125 V. 6a brook 4-door sedan. Sterling grey base
vcles. Cl Albrook 280 in good condition. 11.000 miles FOR SALE In
cl... l -o 'Peasonable price. Fort DaPis. Tel Ph,
PQR SALE" Electric saoe. four -567.I MFIarlaBO, oer
b r-l e r. large e size $ 8 50- C0 '. d'_,le-.Iis e, -la n e o u s-
boe I$0,.0a0. wardrobe$1 3D: 0 FCR SALE-1952 Ford VS Tudor F A
4..rer $9500; two n.ght table, Sedan. Custom radio, excellent vtnze RoofI g 2Rx8' $2.00she ,
$T75.00 each built ma condition. 0429- VenadGalvanize Roofing 2'x6' '$1.60
hogan furr..ture. one year u-ed Ancon. sheet. Barb Wire $6.00 ree. Nails
only. Tel. 2-3518. Panama- FOR SALE: Chevrolet Panel I r'2 $950 Keg.-Geneva Conftruc- -
FOR SALE: Smmons bedcouch ion. Inquire at No. 21, Juan B tron. Colle "M" Final. Tel. 2-1267. FOR
with three chairs. House No. 12 osa Street. ____FOR SALE: Beautiful diamond, lurn
3 apartment No 2. 44th St Con b, FZ3. Super 1940, 4- dinner ring. CalH Balboa 3032.
seen between hours of I 00 p.m uoor Sedon. Duty Paid. Tires, seat FOR SALE Girl's bI 24 FOR
t. 2 00 Q- m on0 covers new. Very good condition FRoaL^E:- ExcGil'ens ic n" rea
FOR SALE -2 1 ouih bed -52-C Phone Curundu 83-6243. after Pacdtty new. IPhone 83-31O infoi
FORoadd --" Practicolly new. Phone 83-3180 -
Balboa Road _m ... _______ or house 521-A. Curundu Heights. FOR R
FOR SALE -Mohogan vwardiobe. I FOR< SALE --19-2 'Morris Minor. ,rr25 C ld 7 Ch
doublebed cuuch ond na"rez-d _lnw mileage. Telephone Balboa [ .R SALE0. 25 Cyl. tor l-6 HP ro
f e ertling Ire t. $50.00. 25 Cyl. motor 1-6 HP.era
ch, cest of dra w"ersg ___--_! $800. House 773-i, S OIB 'heap *,
A 41h of J ruly Afnue No 21. Apt $8 00. House 773 ,Snr'PabIVc ViaBlbo.
SNo. 3 fa:,rg Hotel Roosevel WANTED TO"BUY -' Balboa.
S .....-.. ...... "_ WU I .-OR SALE -PHONOGRAPH: V. MN
FOR SALE -To beit iieaoncble of- WANTED vut. refr.gerctor as a Tri-o-matic portable phonograph.
3i fer: Four-burner Toppcn trade-rn l oa new Crosley Shelva-, Plays automatically, all records, all
S.' 30-gallon Norge gas hot teI dor. Cyrno Tiivoli Crossing. 2- speeds, Zone current, agod as new.
hea-er; 60-cvcle e.ght cubic fooT 793 Pr,ce $55.00. chilea wre -
Frig doire electric refrigerator, mahogany 5 drawers and side' Al
Thor semi-aulomotic w :hng rr,a- WANTED TO BUY-Regulation size clot, fitted with dryer. Price $15. furn
ch re: Whirlpool completely auto-I table. Call 6-32 1. 00. House No. 394 Gatun (oppo- bedr
-ratic washing machine, Birch He W d s,te Chagres Commlsary. Phone Spht
SFni.h folding screened bob v cr.b' nelso wanted I 5-i27. PA
wi th Southern Cross mattrec" Con-" -. H e-l aira nea-iu27 -,A Modei
Sact Will Arey Panama 2-0712 c.. WANTED--Maid for general house- "'o-r"
Baltoo 124F E>, 45. work end care of baby. Work shar- POSt:On Offered o80
F L r n.-- -,, -i. | ed w ith a n o th e r m aid M u st l v c BPms i t i o V O ffAN T .e d RBo w
ble ,enc ,on tn o.and on Brn r'eferAes. Cale Ricardo WANTED-Experienced beauty ope- n I -144 .A. Mninqo Si Tel .r.-_ ,o 4Q. downstairs tator for Gotun Clubhouse Beouty FO" R
2.1658 Wonted Position Shop Phone 5-411or 5-248 a.o
.SALE -.Q. ., MWanted Position1 rs. Ulla Hart. Mnaer.o.
OR SALE --0.lo Ib,,e l ,harn0 ________"_......_______ -- --_"--"------ FORR-
S stvie 2 roc n,-.g chi-). c, e i.m. Rr ,able mature West Indian woman. WANTED -Spanish-English Secre-F dinI
mons bed L,.'. le c"g P-'; seeks 5 doay a week work Recent' taor. Excellent experience in short- 13 i
S table. Hole ,i 3j9 Q be Ht.ghl, references Phone 3-1016, Pan- hand dictation and typing neces- Bal
,pOohOile Hotel P ..:e.e't an-o sarN. Calle 31 No. 38. 8 to 12 1
.a. -' -- ---- 2 no 5 P M. FOR R
... CO, SALE -- 3 oece eci.:' Ic o'o -.'erPnced bilingual accountant. --t foil
4- room cet .-7. Sr .'C-t Pa.. "?C'' hird wo,.ilEr excellent references. b.t
1" h3rre marie oarrnr cane !54 ham- seEk responsible position with WANTED ib..
,, ster cage 2 C, Fns ." a ,eloole firm either side. Write J b, t
S_10_121-B Prado Pedro.LMiuel W Box 267 Colo. Apartment b
FOR SALE -Fu'r.niure at V.a eli. undAmern family desires to rent 2 or- -i
SsonaiO Poiros house 19. down.airs.1 Amerb n amil el rets rent 2 or tiel-
3 bedroom furnished apartment or id
house Beltip. -1533.
gsO rae, I I FOR SALE
Houses Offered I ON U' O oorcvcl. M
MJAC Y ON BRIDI FOR SALE -Triumph Speedtwin! No.:
-. ,- F |, B. -. motorbike. Excellent condition d
-- ,,ifiJ D 'lla Five montk old. Call 25-3109 F'O '
'3r Pn one-family cottages and Wrltta Srvite .Ave
-, : Me gara .c nuildine on Ride % 1alor ammlstfle unfo
R- B6Rfd and three iour-farnlls '- t N|W E I tnio
j i frame house in Balbua are bein- NO R tA-. TIl M iFOR
offered for sale to the highest KQJ Open Till 8 p.m m
.-bi .der bv the Pa.ano CanalV Og, ,*i w... .Tele
Company. Chr Week
The structures on Ridge Bpad o Chrishm s Week
e dertls'hd tt e to make' ; 1 4&3 32Th The telve major Commlsar -y
S-t .t- Lrhe coLs.ructi. n o ']V Y 103 retill stores tIll ba open unUl FOI
At ow qrers in t-he t area 1ay' 't *Q87 I8 o'clock at night onh"Monday Ie
of thse houses were '.3t .dur-,, 4At43 4*QJ108 Tuesdey, and Wednesday prece- bran
In the ear.- constzactton days i8O mdinD) J I g8 Ci masIn rd er to give mh
and .no'ed to Ridce Rnid after 1 4None Panama Cnal emplo('es an op- chor
after the of the Ca- A7654 potunit .do their last min- FOR
spit in J91 and 1916. 6K92 The following commlssarlesl Vis
pt n 19 and 1916. North-South V-al. wil be onen Deoember 21, 22
The tnipe iiame houses lu- S*t a Wet ra Iann 23 traml 2 p. m. until 8 p. m. -
ca.ed in tr,. Balboa 'Flat" areas IV' Pan 44(.) Pass Aco Curualboa Cristobal, Co.
are Housezf 1446 and 1447 on 4 Pa 6 Pam I n ollo. Curundu Campa Bierd
Owen Street and House 1460 on I Pas Pam I ambo.TA Boca Margarita,
Lsa Cruces Street. Opening leaa 10 ,ta Rainbow Cty and Ti-
Bids for all the buildings list vop 0 Thee stores also will open
ed will be opened at 10:30 a. m the usual morning hours frbm FOR I
De, 22 in the office of th'o Su- 8:30-. t I to 12:30 D. m. butl
perintendit o Storehouses I Some of my correspondents havI The Gb treat, Diablo Heights 60,
Baluoa e asked me for a hand illustrating GSl Madden Dam and Pedro
Tae purchaser,'ill be required,the Gerber Convention. I give MIPm ommissarles will oper- U
to remove he structure and all them today's nanu, in whicai ste = regular schedule.
debrit by :vlarch 1, 1954. ned the South in tie recent Indi- O, Thursday, December 24th. LOTW
vidual tournament in Houston. My mOst of the major commissary bMe
partner, Capt. L.A. Welsh, of the lster will operate on the regul. offi
S..S. Coast tuuaro, used the Gerber r9 hO ns between 8:30 a. m. to--
LEGAL NOTICE (Convention skillfully and put me in 3S30 p. i.r and from 2:30 p. m.
UI ATL NO IC a strange slam contract. It was until :30 p. m. Stores at Coco i,
od Ad to piaa the hand at six spadecs uIdu, Qatun, Oamboa. Mad- p
S UNIED staro OF AMERICA lthlut a trump in my han. argarita. Pedro M
a! UnitedtaLe. (anr..i c Captain Wel,1s jump to four g Jhagrs will beo
S .is H.D ni, Court FleeF The clubs ws a special slam conves.- 1 p.wao
DC.Taon foi tal" of Hou lston. Such, a jump to four a- f ou P. ds 5 O S o *h
V'in--He ......... lu..U 2 40b d^s "Ll bl1
i nsnt H. wole. e atiI clubs does not promise a club slt; ed am O ebxtas Day and on p
," .. .it merely asks partner tno show1 a1 O i f Christmas, buto s
e nlve M. w. ter. how many aces he holds, very d wi Chr tmand but -h
s U MO ...... uu i sma mnuchn like the Blackwood bid _W hMonday of the u l
No.... 7flfour no-trump. I itosg.
n CM t .c ie n respouamg to a Gerber bid ,.. ro-k
r, ACTION 3-C0 DIVORCE of taur clubs, you show no ace est_1 allot four spades: South 'ari

eititi *cthk crieka fiey diys the abejace,_ by bidding [ow- spades; and with v, Camoade: and so on. a p
mettle.da, e wtnnie day, .uu on,.In the ha.nd suaown -oday's hand was actualu
In caum e yur fillur to so a.pp for example, I showed two aces baCl Ja tournament, most _e
md .wer. .denmet win b. aken by bidding lour spades. t- -i d-s" .
saim at you b) deLault lot the reUc! 't--L -.. -
manded I copaini open-
WITrNESS e Hoeabhle Guihite F I .Ve often. our partner will ag lead st h queen % clubs de- -
Judg, United Slates Dietric., now flom this one response howI fatd ern y quickly. At my 3_
allllte_ tie Platrlet of the Venal Zece blgh he want to bid In this case,. t-ble, Se.ia, was- played fro m.-.
'"a ; t"'av"eir "". 19'l3. my"' partner knew that one tt .e butt .t.. ,ad
S*. ^" Com.k was missmg .nd that a small slam a _il_ would have
iC TAl was the limit of the hand. Even Dol Ilf rn time. West ac-
nBy Let. E Hare,.... the small slam might have bea ta i I diamond, and It
Deputy Clark set from his point: of nzew, because was a to win the first triLk,
Mt._ Well,:. ".. .. n,.d c didn't know that I held the C. CdUMSnd in dv .
<^ by publc.ale pursuant ta te. e clubs, but he w aswili draw *twp, ,ad- then take
i ..a ofJ- the Heuoambl Guthrle F. Crowe to tke a chance. ..
i-- -- Unaled samete Disnri cort u fer If the response to four hlubs '" .....
knit .1 th. Cast. znc, edo shows that the rtnership h Be
r* ... s. uaa t al esedad Mud m4our aces,-W the p'- er w.h -s- e -* *
S i actd In the ffice f the Cart e askig may find out
'ha Duvies ofN ws .sa Nov.-aher taI i, gs by maing the e
I. possible b.d. For example. if
c. T. m.c.v..i &Cer.k would know taet al fod aces we,
sPmae.of four spades. Nerth md aM

AMn laternmaL d ubeseines
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'r CVta m. Ond mile pos
to Clara. Plse brain your
ne. Phone Balboo 2-1866. I
IAMS' Sonte Clara beach Cot-
le. Lnae, comfortable, modern,.
r bea. Balboa 3050 except
e. Oceenside conofges Santo
a. Box 435. Balboa. Phone
ame 3.1877.Cristbol 3-1673.
i on beach. Santa Clara. Also
COOL Cmpena mountains.
ne SHRAPNEL. Balboa 1389
see caretaker fh*e.


RENT:-By 15th, modern un-
nited two bedroom chalet. Reo-
able. Phone 3-5293.
RENT: Furnished residence,
onoble price, Bella Vista, for
rmatlon Tel. 3-0957.

IENT:-Independent Concrete
let, furnished including refrjg-
Or, 2-bediooms, porch, dining-
m. parlor, kitchen, $90.00. 112
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Night Games Turned Down
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NEW YORK. Dec. 8 (UP) National League
ipfieldeis in four parks will play on smoother dia-
p9qnds during the last four inning,. next season. but
that was about the only concession made thus far
Woay to players in their negotiations with man-'e-
The club owners voted in hotel I. routine n e w s. the National
leagues yesterday to go alonr I eagre decided to make official
with the same heavilv-loadrd the practice of rolling infields
schedule of nieht ame-ie-which after five innings Four clubs- .
the players detest Today they Cincinnati. St. Louis. New York
were expected to tqke un other and Milwaukee-had been doing
Dlayer demands and were ex- it for years That was positively
pected to vote them down just the onl\ concession to players
ts quickly. and it brought no jov to -lee hit-;
The players want their sal- ters' who sometimes beat out
.rv, minimum increased from groundskeeper singles" on balls'
'$5;000 ,t 7.200 per vear. They which strike errant Debbles.
.'want no more nieh t games -
rreceding doubleheaders, nor | -
doe they want night rames on
days when they o from one
town to another. Last year on E Li ly l
a aunber of occasions they got
both athesametime. College OOD AIRTrer R.H.Football
S They. want moving expe McDaniel. right, tied the all-
Thdoubled from 300 to 3 expense time record for shddlmng win-
doubled from $300 to $600 when ners when Cornerstone, hisi
traded from one club to another 184th victor. came in at Bay
m.Bore liberal spring training ex-opriate.
Senses, a fat rate of S8 per da ly Meadows, Calied W ie rShope-
mleal moneyon the roed. and re- tmr JJ maker, left. was in the irons.
duction of the definition of a IShoemaker's ride ga-e him
layer "veteran" from 10 years Shoemaker444 wins. (NA) e him
eight. There are several con- 4
essions which accrue to 10 year NEW YORK. Dec 8 iUP.-The
major *eaaue men, chief of for the maYor college foot-
which Is that they can not be'race fori the maior collere foo ci I gi
e,,,otof t he league without. O scoring title is over. Pacific Tw
heir consent. The winner -Earl Lindlev of
onhesterdayinht fomarath e- nine figure in 17 ears ea ue seeing
o hich broeht forth main- Lindlev scored 13 touchdowns.
So did four others but Lindley A| FAo TAo ArrAu
also kicked three extra points for For ToVI iviVmorrow
Bt a total of 81 points Bobby Cav-
n azos of Texas Tech Is second Wednesday night at the Bal
S Blood witn 80 points, only one behind boa Gym at 7:30 the Pacific Twi
Lindlev Tied at 78 points are light League will hold a meet
Larrv Orlige of Oklahoma. John- Ing. All managers. officers anm
S- AR R H PO A nv Mapp of Virginia Military In- other interested parties should
5 1 1 1 1 ctitute and Fred Mahaffey of be there.
H., If 5 0 1 4 0 Denver. It was the closest race It looks like there will be i
3 1 0 1 3 in 16 years four-team league, since a new
Se, cf 4 1 1 4 0' Bob Gairett of Stanford led team has presented itself to thL
Thorne, lb 2 0 0 1 0 the wav in %\hat the National league. A eroup of Canal Zone
Gordon. lb I 1 1 6 0 Colleeiate Athletic Bureau caUs Junior College boys have made
Brathwalte. Al. 2b 4 0 1 1 0 "touchdown responsibility Gar- up a team and need only a.spon
Clark, p 4 1 1 0 1 rett scored twice himself and sor to get into the league. Offi
Orenald. rf 3 1 1 0 0 Passed for 17 more. giving h1m cera were elected at the las
31cDonald, c 4 0 0 9 1 a hand in 19 touchdowns. meeting and the constitution wa
Joe Ulm of San Jose State tUld finally cleared up.
Totauh 35 6 8 7 6 for 10th place in scoring wit4 S M The Carlin family, three son
points, and therein lies a stMty. and their father, will all be play
lBOMBER'S- AR R H PO A Ulm scored all 11 touchdowns for Ing and active in the Twligh
olkrts, lb 4 0 0 12 0 66 points in the first four games League this year. William (Ca
o, E.r rf 2 0 0 2 0 of the season. Then he was de- seyi Carlin. St., will manage R
:se. P.. If 2 0 0 0 0 cared ineligible because of pre- team on which two %,f his son
athwaite. Ar, If 4 0 I1 0 vious junior college competition, will play while the other sou will
Preseott, cf 2 1 0 3 0 It took a month for the rest of probably play first base on an
Austin, is 4 0 1 4 4 the field to catch up to Ulm. other team. This is almost nec
Tuaminelli. 3b ) 1 0 3 .- esary as -two of Clti '
Nernard. 2b f 0 1 2' 8r/... .. 8 II Is l k o.ns are first bMa *Ho
bbos. c 3 0 0 3 1'WOmaflckS nbl LIUD about that!
,orio. A., p 1 1 0 0 All those desiring to lend
gler. D 2 0 0 0 0 ..helping hand to the league ar
-- 1 ro 'irc Ev invited to the meeting tomorrow
Totals 31 3 5 27 16 night, Dec. 9, 7:30 at the Valbo
yBtin fanned for Chaves in Monday Wednesday Gy i
S" -core By Innings 'lW rn
S wules 000 050 010-- The newy wpmb W S
,.. bers 011 000 001-3 mack's Anmerean Wht n V US N it t T eai
Ma Batted In Bernard, baseball club will pactiee ev- .
tone 2. Alonso Brathwaitel ery Monday and Wednesday at
f. os 2. Left on Bases- 4:.e p.m. and every Saturday s- Ih
8. Brownies 6 Two Base afternoon at 1 p.m. a, .
s-_- ineill. Archie Brath- All practice sessions will be AUSe Im sanes
*. Orenald. Gordon. Struck- held at the Balboa Stadium w
by-Clark 9. Osorlo l, Chave.i until further notice.
.1. Bas on Balls off-Clark 3 O0- The following players are re- MELBOURNE Dec. 8 (UP-
earto Hagler 1. Hits and RunsI quested to report: The American Davis Cup tenn
vff---Osorio 6 and 5 in 4-2/3 in- Bill Carlin. Jr.. Dicki Cox, team has started a feud wit
rings; Hagler 2 and 1 in 3-1/3. Eddie Filo. Cookie -Stempel. Australian newspapers.
.BNrors--Brownies 2 'Brathwaite Lefty McGlade. Bob Gibson. The ans play Belglul
21: Bombers 2 iCobos. Robertsi. freddv Hill. Bern Herring. W. star lng g.-tA the Interzon
ser-Osorio '0-I. Winner- Poreelli and D. Evans. finals. ftre Americans win.
rk (1-0. Umpires -Thornton.I Any baseball player interest- and they're top-heavy favorite
rchment. Hindq. Morangonl.J d' is welcome to attend the -they'll play Australia late th
e of Oame-2 34. practice sessions, month In the challenge roun
But they'll qeyer win, say Ams
-tralian ,~ because of the
SThe a peoi.-M Anericals to
players-MrM Trabert and V
Beixas- were. drinking in nig]
clubs after lslfn matches in
Melbourne tay en. And t
S..- papers crl t g Trabert an
'-""- exas for along the
.. ., Tra e.t-- e serecan
pion ..- ',. teahn memb
even haa .lntoxicatil
.,liquor" 'i.ala tam has be,
'. In Atura n, w you car
train tba' Trabert.

ueation 9 alon- wivi
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on Maryland's all-conqtte I
coach knows Oklahoma will be dy
on New Year's Day. -Wilkinsomn.,stee
ers head, nm.

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'cn0 atulates Jim Tatuas
Sapon, but the Terrapins'
l the Miami Orange o va
eded Tatum as the Soiasn

Detroit Lions Clinch Tie

For Western Division Title

NEW YORK, Dec. 8 (UP)-The Detroit los:. the 49ers can tie by
front-runners kept winning Sun- beating Philadelphia.
day s pro football completed its
next-to-last regular season week In theft Cleveland game, Coach
end. Paul Brown of the Browns rest-
ed O'drm for the forthcoming
The Detroft Llons-defendin title ga. But Otto's under
National League chamlps-- -.Ge Rtatterman--wuas
down at least a tie for th We; ets? .lg. RaTtterman p
ern Conference title by e ade fothJd to f rWn i.
the Chicago Bears. 13-. Ad ro U two field gos
San Franciacb 48era ke a4,t tit e record O 21 for I"
slim Western DIvIion title hop *- -
alive with a bonrMdve 4r.14 "1, _..&h .., .....i. .....A..i -..

decision o ver Baltimore.
In the Eastml n Cmon{r.
champion Cl veraO Ji w.
made the big sptash. N7h
a wet and Winsll
Browns lhuml d tWf
Giants, 623-14 'fa t
straight win.
with only
star player, .9 n..

111 a urmru win
4 came In the
l veteran Bill Dt
eld onal and I

The final B IentalUyeame
In tbh eighth when "arold
Goerde n doubled 0d' ,sAtV-
ltit"oed" bi seea sintagle to
drive -him home, t
The game came to a thr'llnt
wlnd when Cl walked the
fnt-a up a
single to load thf h with
none out. Bernard struck. out,
M4arcos Cpbos flied out with Bob-
by Presott ring attr fthe
catch and Calvin Byr'a mso was
whiffed in a pinchbitt g role to
end the contest.


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Win Over Bom rs In Opener

S- Vbert k lt nht hurled
Big Leaguers May the 9 a fi ve-hit -3
victoryy ova mbera before
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The Hired A LtWyer T h enter of the
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NeW YOm No 8 (UP -1 cannot take it way from them. Ident JmS em n threw
Major league' baseball players I feel any court in t1h.lsft will out the tfi l after the three
may learn this week they hurt support their- pltD." The A- teams ha me to flagpoles
themselves when they hired amercan Leaf pla rep- for the Hit rating cere-
lawyer Isentative-Alia of tie monies.
The players are retaining New Yankees-also f erla
York lawyer J. Norman Lewis to will keep hand s w 0 The sat through
represent them on their pension A recent SI1upropOWlutflng the ent m Musi was
plan. Club owners have made it has made ow q n- aenfl- furnished t the eve-
plain they don't want to deal dent of their l. Court ningr "b the W a Pollee
with a lawyer. Now they threat- ruled organize Is a Band.
en to do away with the pension sport.. .not a0 t to
plan when the nexX insurance anti-trust lawq Mul- Clark sit Une early season
period runs out in three years. 'Ing also may n qownera form as he. out nine and
n another big ..broad- pitched uat of several
The majors open their winter casts and t i major difficult Godwin
meetings.this week in NewYork. league games into min -r league Moor ,wana inr the
The National and American areas. Bro Wdrlom
Leagues started separate meet- The minors .want the" 'gt to Kellmak k, turned in a
wings yesterday and go Into.joint ban those bhiadcaatIs, tele- fine Job .
session later In the week. That's cats...but they ptOby won't h .. 0 b_'
where the pension plan may get get it. However, th 6Jvi ay The B 'A N i fst blood
Its death blow. give them a break... nlbNP with Am l t' e second
Commissioner Ford Frick says cause the majora-tel a O and s6end
he wants the pension plan to must be kept alive to provide p Joer
stay. But the owners do the vot- future talent. Tum by Pabl
ing, and Frick has no voice If the Just2 e Dppartment Bernard .aoe or e first
there. The owners will consider okays it. the Iaj y accept run. In *e the Bombers
a move to name a two-nMan one of several o.,er. from T-V ecore,.d ao! g pitcher
committee. The committee iottld networks for a ""me of the Alber d Mcame
work out a scheme to do away week" telecast. It bring In all the t tI a double
with the pension plan and-re- more than two-otf dollars... error b LensoBrnthwalte of
port back to the owners as soon much of that iat.g t* the ml- David Roberts' grounder that
as possible... probably in Feb- nors. It shou hurt minor seemed a perfect doubleolay ball.
ruary. league attendant*f much be- BratWate first, lb ed the ball
Attorney Leis Isn't worried, cause the otC. be on then threw it w pt third
- "The money to t ly- Saturdy few baseman Hector
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Veterans vs Yotth

n Rainbw (ly
squads formed he most ath-
leti residents o~ ths community
I tangle In a frledly game of
oftbl at the ptly completed
playground this coming Wednes-
day at 4:30 p.m. The teams will
represent the Oldsters and
Youngsters of this townsite.
Manager Drayton (Oldsters)
and Dixon (Youngsters) have
picked the best men for their
teams. Drayton has selected vet-
erans who once were tops in
"their days" while Dixon has
chosen a fine bunch of promzis-
Ing kids to be on his squad.
Refreshments will be served
after the game. The community
is Invited to see the answer to,
"Will experience win over youth
and stamina?"

Hot Guitar
LISBON (UP) Slvino de Silva,
45, played the portuguese guitar 26
hours without stoppig, to set a
new record, in the 'lobby of a Na-
zare tourist hotel. .

&Joday gs TTlothers Clay

If you u.ant to pay homage to the most u osw
derful of women, your Mother, don't hesitate,
nvise her today to the movies, to see "So
Big" (Selia) at she Central Theatre the
woman uho knew how to be a real Mother.
Both you ieudshe will have the experience to
share, and the memory of the 8th of Decem-
ber, 1913.

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Chile, Dec. 8 (UP)-'
States and Iuss:an athletS-
for the world'i modem pr
thlon championship, made
friends at a party in the t
stan delegation's bungalow -
night, where vodka and em
were consumed freely.
Both delegations e
warm compliments, through
terpreters. Their frate
vorably Impressed other
tlonS which had feared Mt"
tonal tension between the
ed States might have unti
able effects in the athletic. 0
petition here.
The Russian Darty was a
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tons. The Americans are
procating with another,p
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USAF World's

Most Powerful,

Wilson Says r1111
"Let the people
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind. Dec 8- "Let the peo p
(UPI-Defense Secretary Chailes
t. Wilson said last night in a TWENTY-NINTH YEAR
Pearl Harbor annitersarv speech
this country now has "the mos'
F powerful and effective air force
n the world."'
"Our outstanding combat ex-
perience in Korea indicates weLaw years
also have the best pilots." Wil-
son said at a $100-a-plate Indi-
ana Republican dinner aimed at
raising $150,000 for campaign
"We must continue to have air
power second to none," Wilson '
said. I
Speaking on the Defense De-j
apartment and its progress in the By Charlotte G. Moulton th
first 10 months of the Eisenhow-' An
er administration. Wilson said:' WASHINGTON. Dec. 8 (UPi sig
"How to get more defense per -Noted constitutional attorney ing
dollar spent" is the top challenge John W. Davis. his voice choked tal
facing the Pentaeon. | with emotion, told the Supreme se|
Laudine the Eisenhower ad-1 Court today a ban on public
ministration, he said "much school segregation might cost in
progress is beina made and we Negroes more than they gain. no
are getting the kind of govern-1 But attorney Thurgood Mar-
ment many of us had been hop- shall of New York, the nation's
Ing for and dreaming about for best known Negro attorney. D|
so long." urged the high court to outlaw R(
He said the defense budget for segregated education as a "sorry
fiscal 1955 "anticipates continu- heritage from slavery."
Ing progress" along the lines of ra
"making intelligent savings and Marshall joined Spottawood
improving effectiveness oa the Robinson III of Richmond, Va., d
defense organization in arguing that any kind of seg- Bt
Wilson said the Air Force will regation is illegal under the
have at least 115 "good wings" 14th Amendment to the Consti- ]
by next June 30 and 127 wings tutlon. So
two years after that. The silver-haired Davis, 1924 ed
At a news conference earlier, Democratic presidential candl- th(
Wilson said it will be the admin- date and former solicitor gener- Co
Istration's policy to keep the al. said neither the Supreme he
country's guard up and "nego- Court nor Congress has the abh
tiate from a position of power to order Negro and white
strength." tt 12 children to be "reassorte4. or vie
yesterday the Japanese attacked co-mingled n public ch ." th
at Pearl Harbor. Wilson said the If the court deeldes difftr- to
nation now is more alert and the ently, Davis declared, th re- re
defense establishment geared to suits "would not be pleaig." ho
"take off" at a moment's notice. Marshall and Robinson repre- Int
Wilson revealed he will fly to sent the National Assoclalion An
Paris Friday for a conference on for Advancement of Colored
and view of the North Atlantic People who seek to abolish pub- rom
Organization, which he lie school segregation now pric- tal
cl 1 a chief link n the pre-i ticed or permnl In 21 ates. gir
program. Davis differ ,f rply with an
.rI rM~. w iJth

3 EWS TRICKLE New Yorkers at Times Square reach for
copies of the Sunday Herald Tribune the first Manhattan pa-
per to be published in a week. The usually thick edition was
limited to eight pages. Meanwhile, the city's other six dailies
mere still strike-bound with publishers and photo engravers
meeting on a round-the-clock basis to settle issues.

For Ending Newspaper Strike

trade paper not affected by the
aIEW YORK, Dec. 8 (UP) strike, reported yesterday that re-
,'lederal mediators wound up a trailers had "leaped Into television
Marathon series of separate con- with both feet" as a result of the
ences with union leaders and newspaper tieup. One store bought
LUshenrs' representatives early 10 continuous hours of time on one
y by announcing they had television station and loaded it
SWk out a formula which could with commercials plugging Christ.
Sthe city's 11-day-old newspa- mas merchandise, the newspaper
strike. said.
*t formula was to be present- s
. to both sides in the dispute at
St meeting scheduled for 10:30 | C i"iO
S EST. ."
redevelopment in the strike
has closed six major nes-Ask For X As Tree
e here was announced by
federal mediator Walter A. L c | E
who said that "for theWi All Fi s
ae I am optimistic. It is l o it
Shop that it (the agree. PANMUJOM. Korea. Dec. 8
will be accepted by both (UP) The 22 American war
." uDrisoners who have refused to
46 strikers, members of Lo- go home asked today that a
: 4M he AFL Photo-Engravers Christmas tree, with the tradi-
alked out Nov. 28, idling tional fixings, be set up In the
eehth kealcs and editorial prison compound wherethey are
who refused to cross awaiting questioning by United
SNations indoctrination officers.
ir/Ie, New York depart- As the questionIng of pri4on-
which have gone with- era Is to end Dec. 23. some AMMed
H isi c sip -. in seven me- officers beUlieved the request
b i ly newspapers for meant that all 22 ad decided
steered the peak of the definitely to remain with the
lpstag season today CommUnists. Others thriught
k amiag five per cent that the request was made by
S ~hard core" i0 munts Iuanonr
Reserve Bank of the prisonmers, who are reported
the decline in to be Inttldating their cmm-
Sbasis of com- radea.
from ums- N6 attempt has yet been mnide
V Ses. Sales fr to get the Americans to change
5 lad slt Sirt tXr minds. AMeIean officers
SWil w auesde i l on them within a Jew

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eir interpretation of the 14th
nendment, declaring it was. de-
:ned to implement the outlaw-
g of slavery. He said it con-
ined no prohibition against
gregation but equal schools.
"This honored court," he said
a 59-minute argument, "can-
t sit as a glorified board of

OK Explainers

ass Halfway rk

at Convince one
PANMUNJOM,. Dec. 8" (UP) -
uth Korean explainerss" pass-
the halfway mark today In
elr efforts to persuade pro-
mm'jnist prisoners to return
re, without persuading any to
andon Communism.
All 30 of the prisoners inter-
;wed today clung stubbornly to
eir pro-Red stand, increasing
190 the number of South Ko-
ans who have refused to return
me. Another 168 remain to be
terviewed, along with 22
nerican, and a Briton.
The explainers varied their
utine today by introducing a
pe recording of a boy and a
l praising the "enjoyable, free
d beautiful" life of South Ko-
a and singing "I Want To Uo
The pro-Communists listened
passively to the recording and
their efforts to persuade them
change their minds, and then
rst into tirades about "germ
,rfare" and other familiar Red
opaganda themes.
One prisoner, who apparently
d not listened carefully to his
mmunlst teachers, charged
at Am(rican planes dropped
nged "bacteria" eight Incies
pg into Red Korea.
When a South Korean officer
buckled about the giant
erm.," the pro-Red screamed
augaterse" and stalked out.
Meanwhile, South Korea and
dia continued to wrangle a-
ut the fate of prisoners who
11 refuse to return home-when
e Jan. 22 deadline set by the
korean armistice is reached.
The Allies have made it plain
at they believe all such prii-
ers should be set free at once
the deadline date, but India
Sieen offering objections.
te Indian Lt. Gen. K. 3..
himaiyy said his government
muld decide what to do with
e prisl ers.

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Id m Aly Khan
PARI,.)Dec. 8 (UP)- Actress
me Tiney said today Prince
y Kha,divorced husband of
ta a rth, proposed to her
ri e-it months ago and that
Is. 'A hrome for Christmas
"gl, i consideration" to
e u e bid.
Mius said "Why, that's
ry oMnews," when reporters
ked t a rumor that he had
t "It happened near-
eg t4 -onat ago,' she said.
She bhe had been consider-
g the WMlIsal ever since, and
at nW 'was going to consider
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education for South Carolina or individuals conaeled in any
any other state. It cannot sit In form or fasbW Ea said, "It
the chair of the legislature of 14 clear th at mes ap not sep- o
South Carolina and mould Its arate peopip laying that one of U .e
educational system." should go here and one should urIdt
Davis said he fears the entire go there...
system of segregated schools "Any leglatioen settlag up
may be "thrown away on some a este system t of Itef la C
fancy question of racial pres- violdMen of the 14tb- Amnd- and
tige." meat" fa
He said Congress had no in- The hearings -continued the les a
tent of outlawing school segre- court's exhaustive Study of the appe
nation when it toos atelps to politically-explosive an histor- ta
add the 14th Amendment to.the Ically-algniflcant I .salld
Constitution in I186. The court held arguments
Marshall and Robinse con- last year from the, same attor-
tended that "equal prOtection neys. It then requested new
of the law" promised by the briefs on specific pol at tn five
14th Amendment to all eiti- test cases brought by Negro
zens Is, of itself enough to parents against the segregated
outlaw segregatiOn. schools systems of South Car6O -
Davis called this fallacious, lina, Virgibi KMansas, Delav tre,
declaring the Negro position as- and the D Utlct of Columbik i
sumes the "abolitionist crusade" The NAACP is interested lW In4
before the Civil War was direct- all the cseb. Davia Is attorney i
ed against public. school segre- for only V~ltr$gi and South Ca- Idd'to a Wto
gation as well as slavery, roltna. .
The crusade "was dilreed at The .,' re olvYing -
one thing only abolition of largely ,-the t-ative
slavery," he said. Intent of i t Of the
Davis said Atty. Geo. Herbert 14th AI.e continue a
BrowneU Jr. fell into t se same today ad.rr
"fallacy" In the goverment .
brief supporting the -NAACP
Brownell had argued that the .
record is not clear on. Whether ..
the 39th Congress in.. ex-
pressly intended the 14th Am-
endmen; to outlaw sh9ol, agre-
gallon, but he ald Intent
was to get rid of all law based
on race. Davis called thigh "A
lame and impotent conclusion."
Marshall said the 14th Am-
endment was Intended to raise
the Negro to completee equal-
ity" with whites "and It
said so."
Any -arguments that states
can classify persons on the basis
of race or ancestry, he added,
are "Just out Of step" with qu-
preme Court deciplans.
"In any area where It touches

Weailhy Ex-Fancee

0f Dempsey Refluses

To Take Telephone
PALM BEACH. Fla., .DCe. 8
(UP) Wealthy Mrs, Estele
Auguste flew to Florida today
from a broken romance with
Jack Deiy and was told
somebody inMew York was try-
ing to call her, She said it must
have been Dempday, but she
didn't care to talk to him.
The widow with the inyest-
ment millions said the engage-
ment la still off and she will wait
for the man who apparently
caused the breakup, actor WrW
Douglas, to join bher here.
The former heavyweight king,
she said, flew into a lather when
she toad him she was going to
Invite Douglas to the wedding
A message was waiting fo the
mink-adorned, 42-year-old o-
clalite when she stepped from. a
New York plane at West PadA
Beach. It advised her to call a
N hw York telephone number.
She looked at the number and
said, "It apparently is DeM -
sey' ."
"I'm not Interested in calling
him." she added.
Mrs. Augmite Indicated she
had invited Douglas to visit
her Palm Beach home this
month some time before her en-
gagement to Dempsey wa an-
nouneed nl New York last week.
Douglas, the cleft chiMned-
blond who gained fame holding
a horn while HTary James blew
dixieland r the sound track,
had cabled her "not to do any-
thing" about a wedding until hc
got home from Germany.
SThe actor also known for his
tough-guy movie roles, Is due to
arrive in New York Dec. NW' ata
Mrs. Augstte said he woq~'JOWB
her here,
S"Kirk was very lice toi ta 1i
EBrone last summer, w h.s
"He is a ood fnd
else" .
The 5A-5bar-old
wanted It tF "r. W,
lan to lVBiv ,
weddliq in' I
covered W ge a di tH
on dil

."Operation RBeladeer,' to eaw-
ry American Christmas greetings
to M00,000 needy families In ix-
teen overseas countries in til
form of a $1 food package con-
fntting, nearly 11 poundsaf fdod
was announced y eeterdy bu.
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