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.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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iC A pih 930 amL tomorrow.--New ear' moo to release the Ameri Day- f or PaUrL There hbe wR hut he la ready to promise
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Two top Canal Zone employee organizations today said they could look b'
pride upon the accomplishments of 1954, as a year in which the spotlight of
was focused on the Panamd Canal workers as never before.
Both the United States Citizens' Association and the American Federalw-.
Sovernment Employes Lodge 14, agreed that they would seek legislotin wMt
relieve some of the financial buden of the Company-Government which
idw bearing, and would continue to strive for the betterment of working
in the Zone,
The AFGE listed only two set-backs for 1954. -C -J
1) The discontinuance of free hospitalization for Canal em0yes which w
fective the first of the year,
2) The loss of the pay increase bill for classified employes which was .t
the president on Aug. 23.
The USEA ted as its prin- ward his so-called "fringe bene- to
eipal imeeess for 1954 the fits" than does an employee of t hro
following: any -ofa4r Federal agency or t
1. Impartial study of Canal em- DepmartmeL drInn the, ter .d
ployes' status* advocated by U- 4. n, during 1955the rte
CA, was released; the Booz Al- U8CA,: accordance with Its In siee
len and Hamilton Report; which By- aWpwill continual strive Int r of
contained recommendations fa- for the ihtterment atl Cai Ptan. t

vorable to the eqiployes.
2. Then was no serious threat
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MIT POSS 91M -- TH 3IADINS OWN COLUMN labor leaders wiho live under con-
sCnUM bouyguaru, worse beninm steel
*.- doors or nave theft homes the- '
M A L BOX tronicaiiy set w n alarms and
flood lights-because thb mobs
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I a tneir families. Ur bota.
--- i- s.ccouJ, rigilu access country,

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lik savaaper *umes no responsibility for statemeinte a opiailns t [u"'u enuaioered union ...... Kit ;'/
9menggin Isars trem reader., walks abroad by day and night, j r?,..
eM oxI un open forum for ooden of The Panama Amoreicam've sat with soo me, unbeknownst to the be-

r BOQUlETE BUGLE .I n reWtiie iina a, .iu asMK.ed tlau a b
lM: story be written of these threats so famil
iLe t be I tit if do tr u e ulw be saved -"
Th y il o a farewell tootle on the Boquete Buge Tuesdh. levey, by te spotlight reflected by public '

Nge;gger 98. Apa n1uth changes bodyg.ards nd
Wea :er co0d and clear with light winds. No sign of bala- A lpurth changes bodyguards and
we ta the surrounding mountain peaks are etched against cars reg.ulany an u mantams a
Z m i sky that is flecred with white clouds. Ths morning miniature anirime intelligencetack
;ant out4ora reading b.tveepn the patio and the orange grove sei aie to spy on ume mi us wrerc union cle
Sthe Penamonte. It was just right in the sun with a sweater, ing inside lab or. So it goes with t
ut if had moved to the shade it would have been too cold. tiase w an L 'e. Some u ;.. ..a.. .. .
I ed read that lately t has been twenty degrees below One almost spent Christmas.
re othe Atlantic Coast ot .he United States. Here the lawn weet-eu un a slab. He s Paul
s Oa dotted with dandelion. sto looked like a green rug Hall, leader of the seafarers t n- so
h lt otn of go'd. The dandelion calledd spring clays back on, nw peamung new anu-crame f.
me a od "dandel" greens with hard-boiled eggs. I'll have dves on the waerfrodyguards and.
Sso the ad lettuce din for lunctain peaks arid ve ust eate n against cars eulaay a n u nt ns a
St h at saucers are flying again and that they have .ses te to spy v ir ey all labor
the lPan in varonu. nsjust right in the sun with a sweater, Iag insiders. e it one hopls wito
til had m ove d to the shadr he it would have been too cold. UALse wnLe. Saome t. a .
tmind read hot Boht luetely coffee. Not has been, twenty degrees ben- low Onealmost a paun t Christmas
fy. I hAd t iome this mornfn. wited Stat es. Here the lawn weeyuc-eid aon a splab.n a committees a

S before I left the ar (canna here andelion. l other character ug Hall, l neader ofa the seafa sters un-
t beautiful back eye cae nto the bar. The mdandelon calledd spri n who wo o a ufore Christmas the .. a-crime
it .wen the flying sucer handed him the bottle of seco and FBI learned that a gun-goon or in .

he newcomer drank deeply 11S D L .. .iBjl I
:t listened to the store of the flynagain saucer at then a llve There were arrestL, or Hall
vhen he w v ked about hs rtofblacked eye, he said: Had leaders Ther have beeis oas ne who plan ,, .s to

w words with the wlfe and I didn't see a flyin" saucer. v,g aspreparing strategy for a new Cotrol K e 'a
Im not rta charnlnacter in a ying saucer e, ut fondly a flying COPA bottle te agams he ynucae.. He is a man
The real mtcy of the attempted ..- d
(' only that, but t ontnd a cu rede Cahoun mwit ruh er o tions lea ert the amL -
ear-inghotDoque-te coffee. Nothing better on a c -- morn-eaarers Union is yet to be told. H
I -- -------thsi----- o h t m pan n o ncaes survived a two-gun attack. Now

SA r t P P really knows who plotted against ern-- .
Pelore I left the \ar (cantinahere another character crime ernibane. m,, i .t e. n

t Girl o sthatith.aU tofu then Now I believe nythg men average q rs bat In. Any.averge money as toay a
Sway te ubyingss wouldcer h have found fromdedhim Mars, heying seers, any bl yer wo feels a er 1 FBI learned that a grand as
S listed to th store of the flying saucer lit easiTher to control arre vast portion sth t all-because read abcut ab ough would not nd ifbe perator.ut eve the Hallalared
1hen he was asked about his blocked eye, iesaid:a'"Had a woud havte been dead just as nel wore thoe 10-d

words with the fe and I didn't ee fyrce asked ucr a 20 rand salary cut. is re he would etratertgy foly go, bl a new shirts when they tra
The real sty of the attempted

and Bett Senator Bob Whaar we do knew is that Hall cannot understand such behavi- r or not. They agely hustled
rknow is that, with all o mt f the Nhad been aow I believe abaything-moned and that many our un e is slitl tetcheda e b

4dHUmy VIII Mate i of the national laoor leaders wno Mr. Ralph ner is the gentle- goesWtle wa
and Grey SMedley sLarted in this crusade over a year man, and he asked the Cleveland b up his le a dime on table for W
and-- re Unions a lost interest, y? Indians, his new employers, tobe onthe ut, as They .were absolu
t W mrt betwn boys I i forgive my say- 20 thousand clams'rom his Wes.d to do he m n his approach e
t"""*^^ r lm ~r s0 t,~sou.eladwer HoluwatFauesu ay check, because he believer getl t ofj box. I The player a
1-s8e s outuso n humift, 'or something. In that'dsaL anweto a
24 no 'g 6 moI a .plllel08 D N. sprattr trim to deatn by a nired one act he betrayed bdsebaul'p -ohtl? nay m as-
monmost cherished ideaL-. money. I d m ms a.I su
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Sat rcen"ya ab o:pe e go.
lea c the murder of 33-year2, Uedn it to ly.
olu Jim Iha.Jey, a sneemeta ai A ,the in Icer, I er T
workers' union official. Last Marc4 o Lm m Lear C ..
he was olscuvereu snot to deal d act.v'a t '$bacPhp fpi
S2ties were: L queiat slnoV.ew o t. -.
Beasr kelten Just a nourt w the t.) threw eir ough
Irom the gamb cnter w going to get cut, on booze t
those wao gossip akb'tltrnse things course, because he had a lousy tgathletes aascat*n o with .
inside labor say that police beev ye lat season, and a man who the past clung tooa ie Itt
that Hartley got it because hIe for a new- hom with.hi were minted of uraulh;im Thai
knew of aole w union bcoks and kind salary Igg.tO fto It togbht the clubowners 1tIre I
a l oa idp. Butex y couldn't have 6 cents on a new cdtrtet, aad
,j i hr; country, during M lit .OP e n e a ern n only had t*o teia oin
the first week of this month, th Thi" is ato v deal tho ner "ew buck. to' wouid la
falo, N.Y., police began prob- invow aided n:t.Irsut of money, motially.. : .-
in wnat appeared to be ant if ayo lyer, as there This wa in the old day when-
mpt to murder the new president i .V In an earned run ballplayers dl n at make as much
of a teamsters' Iccal (s75). Some- -77 -7. 7 :. --- -
body was real unfriendly e ad li ke an ldt. .4 ro
ranted dy amiote stickis did anet e l f
S .tanley Cayt s" hood',d G government C on tr
Sbw as tooI the )asng

Ing the car sky-high.
Si ctan switch, y _back and forth ..
across the land wth silar sator- -
,". Some of e th Los Angelo- p. WASHINGTON-(NEA) The The original rerotol actr
,Ak1;ow, ofd& a mob Regptiaetioal Act of 11M-which was passes I" 1." h procure
4M l wich s so fy areD byPteramt your' t-cle Samnl to re- .ent agency handled Its own con-
SAL leader th re that he asked capture excees profits oa gov- tracts at that time.' Army had
me. only three months ago, notto ernment purchases expire- expires at ordnance, quartermaster orps
*revet d the fact that he was talking midnight, t"n w. So far, nobo. signal corps, aviation, cWfmofe.
to mej about it-Jest they kill k dn. dy moved-Miger to have the gineers UdIefther purehas4f eieM.
n alOl & this d lop a Pattern act extended. I not renewed, the a0q Navy d s t-t
S e s government ta to lose between The originalwartime o
nl v dh e t sla ts1 ..:glIUoB aB$10 million a year tion act was-partally renewed
n1 h00_0s Stl sS. -rilht don ke drain. 1 for peacetime operations. uV$
w id:rake fre l n01it As a matte of fact the only after the Korean War-t*r.
t- hi pattern epOM The m citation in thi field now is pres. Congress passed a nle n
{vran k aeoteor xalelPo, when sure to let the renegotiation act ation Of 1951, with a
an Dale, southern linAis- chief di and stay dead-permanently. year ll
of the Comnio Laborars' Uton, The Board tDlrectors of U. Instead i atowin p
pWO wnt y *jithisf ijto caaimbert cpnimerce passed a afaement office to h
+ ,.+, S*.01, aI Aob i r lhrther exTIensiob. v Uf teoaeettr a At
okes Theo. mb hamb' poineipal argu- Wibad to haIt r
would not overlook them. meAtr are thatrthe act is a "costly .11. overaomet S (
The crime crowd would never nuigsance" to hpuiness in keeping W iher-V.Wm
peringm such men as Dale, cr" o Pseo ree s o s irPnmenl contracts. Army Y

i eems to metkill is shou d is that the oat on many new ries Ile,
the first order of buines of pro~~~ha c the government hq'Vm-be -
AL's Executve Councl when buys -p likesa~planes oand new $" ull
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06dder In safoeiation

w ElMnbhowert's These are elementaryy facts, but
they are Imporant to any under.
Tum'kish engineer standing of Turkey.
am d respects the U.S.: From the U.S. point-of view
atlsimhower is -obvl there Is another fact equally .ig
St gala friends an al niueant: unlike France, Britain
SPeb. But wil Wahn or even Italy or Germany, Turkey
S a e r iee country the Nor Atlanti
< I'tnddh inteitctual? rnej Organiaatloi
An Ameriean does not have to
dded be long In Turkey to realize that
the th h e Is abis fri
the nation's As 0m A 1s M T aR put it:
L "We know a great" deal more
tem diplomat, an anuau- about the U.S. than 'ou know
observer, was equal- about Turkey."
i; tU1n his marks, if That's the truth. -After years of
dwgdipomatie-. c .. corrupt Ottoman rule- anlji Ata-.
aid: "The State Department turk's dictatorship it took "John-
Siy aims to, appease th e ny Turk" a long time to discover
5 But Washington's n e w the U.S. and American democracy.
s, playing havoc with the But once he discovered the great
fAsd -pet one Turkey is. and mysterious land across the
twoM neest with Premier ocean his enthusiasm for "Ameri- -. thrown into the ka" nrver waned.
r To be sure, Turkey's democracy,
Sfroe tle MIidle East, after years of dictatorship, aIs
in Turkey, .hbe "new emerging but slowly. It still has
.U fS. foreign polcy Iteany pitfalls to overcome. I
o likely to result in an -The country's economy, due to'
,terle- big, our conference industrial over-expansion and poor,
n- -th. end benefit only the U.S. advice, Is not in the best
effect on turkey is partcu- Yet despite all the drawbacks, I
unfertunate because: Tul*rkey is a vital pilot project in
a dictatorship only America's way t owin allies to
Age, is today by for theIresist Red aggression.

Lawrence Seaway May Help .

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ind, says thy should b 904l
w and a last 100 feet wft!s
ships large enough to geo.m
te with eastern trade.
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n formed among the children at.a
ary clubs have their cwut y make a es
ere and learn the value of e have
-rich food. objieWr6ve. WI
s a result of this p rogram, bes,
hs nue to malnubtrti hare" tor J ass, b i
i cut by 50 per cent. The old pck *v.Ji*
ary diseases have been cut byW make an egs
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'ere Lave been disheartesing om co
ures in both programs, but as.h U1t
kefeller put it: Istle '
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American Busiiess CutOms

Change Veneuelan t
By ARNOLD DIBLE Before CIDZA came Into the The
-- e ture in Venezuela, the bade
ARACAS (UP) -Amerlca diet was black beans and rice. de
b.sines Is 411gs the buyn RMckets, pelagra, b,-beri were
id eating habits, Venll common. Malnutritlon was stand& A
SI S people. aii. A
change are the result of a rt
ate "polt four" program IDEA,' which receives funds beei
byNelsonRockefeller and from the major oil companies, at. diet
S fra and Assisted by the tacked the.problem wth a public 40 t
Companies now produc- relations program through T1
g nearly 000,0 barrels of oil the press, radio, schools, mobile faiu,

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'day in this eahu l-rich country units and, later, television. Comic Rod
B.a ally this program has two "I
The first is the Venezuela Baslei -
Economy Corporation (VBEC)
whirh is a hardheaded business
ion designed tomprove KEEP YOU
prouctio, food processing KEEPi U
and food distribution throw hout
The second la CIDEA, a philan-
thrpic organization dedicated to
a pro gam ofrsing health and
nutritional t r n country
where death 'fo malnutrition
once was common.. T
omeofta projects, ad. THE FIRST TWO
inittedly, were fflues. Sums spent F W
tb modernize farming and the fish.
g industry dd not brag good r
Ug industry did not bring good re-
isuts. Farmers and fishermen re- vO
list .hanges. in their ancient
memonds. But t these early fall-
urea, VBEC really got going.
In 149, Ia Maracaibo, the big
ell capital, the average grocery Mrs. Manuel Vilar
storb was a dingy lttle bole in -
the-wall where meat and other pro.
duce was in the open. Flies far Sunday, December
outnumbered the customers, and
the proprietor felt he was getting
gypped unlesshe could maintain won and so we
a mLd of 100 per cent on his
a e e, I s. of Sunday, Februar
VBEC erected TODOS, the worst
Duouh Amerle venxeselan inves-
So n -s in FIRpt PRIZF Ae
were spectacular. I PRIZE:.
In less than "30 days prices
throughout the city had dropped MODEL
15 per cent and in a year the price
drop was close to 30 per cent under
the spur of competition furnished
by TODOS. The small stores also SECOND PRIZE: A
found that their customers began SECOND PRIZE: A
demanding refrigeration and mod MODEL
ern packaging.
Today there is a supermarket in
Valencia, the fabulous Automer-
cado in Caracas, and another is (The New Dram
panned in eastern Venezuela.
Venzuelan investors take part in as T1
all these enterprises.
VBEC also moved in on food pro-
duction. Buildin modern milk pas
teurization plants In many
parts of Venezuela, VBEC has
raised milk consumption and pro-
duction 10 times over pre-1950 lev-

Monkeys Bring
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Iin the emotional lif, draws its
Jinny's father was the son of a pourishment front t and is the
wastrel who inflicted an anxious subordinate partner in the human
childhood on him. A successful economy."
lawyer himself, he credited the
Material advantages he lavished This statement holds true for *
on his own family to his brain. any talent assessed by" a child
And he thought of a fast-think whether It be for fast thinking,
ing brain as the one indispens f i. sic or football.
ble safeguard against hurt and We rhate a bad mistake when
disaster. we single out any young talent
He was therefore con c er n e d for praise. For by it we suggest
with Jinny's brain. Through o u t that the 'ehild's atal value rests i
her childhood, he would provoke upon others' applause of his one "I
arguments with her, not because gift. So when school or work
he was interested in what she tests face him with the possibility
had to say, but because he want- of failure, he hal no -reserves of
ed to be sure that her brain was self-appreciation to back him up.
working competently.I He has to mak .Jinn's choice
Jinny's mother checked it con- ,-and evade the .t.ets. He may i i
stantly, too, lest It disappont her just not work at all--or content r
husband. In grade school, Jinny's Ihimself with third-rate jObs that AT.'Ar
teachers were always having to offer him no possibUlty o annihi-. Ase
reassure her parents that her rating failure:
brain was a superior one that
'would not let them down. What we praise in a child
In her last year of high school, shapes the emands he will later
1 Jinny's marks suddenly began to make upoh himself.
deteriorate. Her alarmed parents or this reason, I palse chil-
A LABO TUlRREN OF OYSTER STRWt Just the dsh for ,yesar' said Remember college is a- dren only for sincerity. For this
late New Year's Eve buffet party. M head. Get your diploma and quality includes accept a n c a, of
we'll take you to Europe th is their total selves-their eelings as
La- simmer." .well as their thoughts. Thus. such
celebrating the birth of parts to make a total of 9 cups of But as final examinations near- praise supports whole self-trus
1955, there could be inothig more liquid. Return oysters and liquid t mJinny could not prepare for making the triumph or failure
Welcome thea, oa hgrat tureen' of to the t them. She could not study. For a single talentI incidental.
oy ter ste w. Add ~t ter or margarine salt ithe test that faced her brain con-
No matter lo* far from the sea pepper and herbs. Place over low taIed the possibility of its fail-
you live, oybters are available. ei- heat until liquid begins to simmer., ...3...LLS Oo
their fresh 'from your dealer or Serve immediately, garnished with' Without a successful brain, she
fresh frozen arl a rihr t w all was nothing, and final e x a m a Nebraska's present capitol Is.
Cream instead of milk. Threatened her with annihilation the fifth to be erected by that
Carolyn Coggois, noted for hir A lot of folks like oyster stew of her entire self. So, the night state. Bhse of the present build-
gracious approach to giving par- with extra seasoning in it. For before her first exam, she faint- ing is 437 feet square and two
ties tells in her new "Companythem try this fne recipe: ed. stories h, with the tower ris-
Cookbook' how to make oyster Writes England's John Ma c 'ing 400 fe et above the base. r
stew for a crowd. Tabasco Oyster Stew

(Makes 12 cups) One teaspoon celery salt. 12 tea.
m pon paprika., I tablespoon
Two 12-ounce packages frozen Worcestershire sauce, 2 dozen raw
oysters, milk cream or evaporat- oysters with liquid, I quart milk.
ed milk, undiluted; 4 cup chopped Lt teaspoon Tabasco.
ONION, % cup batter or marga. Add celery salt. paprika and;
ONION, % cup butter or marga-I Worcestershire sauce to oysters
spoon pepper, % teaspoon mar. and liquid in a deep kettle. Heat,
joram (optional), 11, teaspoons, until edes of oysters curl slightly.
thyme (opUonal), 2 tablespoons Add milk and bring to a beil. Re-
parsley, move from heat; stir in Tabasco.
Place frozen oysters in 4-quart Serve with a lump of butter or'
or larger saucepan. Cover; place mararine in each bowl.
over high heat until blocks can
be broken apart with a fork or
until edges of oysters begin to "ahara's Oases
curl. Remove from heat. because
oysters must be heated but not Oases in the Sahra Desert re-
overcooked. Curling edges are a sult from springs, underground
warning to quit the cooking. Drain streams, or the nearness of the
oysters, reserving liquid. Measure mountains, which are sufficiently
oyster liquid add milk and cream I high to cause moisture in the air
(or evaporated milk) in equal to condense and rain to all. i

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Great White Fleet

New Orleans Service Arriver
*S.S. "YAQUE" ................................Jan. 1
S.S. "BYFJORD" ................................ Jan. 6
*A Steamer ........................................Ja. n.
S.S. "MARNA" ............... ..................Jan. 10
*S.S. "HIBUERAS" ..............................Jan. 15
S.S. "MABELLA' ............ ..................Jan. 20
*S.S. "YAQUE" ................................... .Jan. 22
S.8. "ALCYON' ......... .........................Jan. 27
*S.S. "MORAZAN" ........................... Jan. 27
*Handing Refrigerated Chilled and General Cargo

New York Service Arrives
S.S. "MAFALDA" ............................... Jan. 8
S.S. "FRA BERLANGA" ................... ..... Jan. 3
S.S. "AGGERSBORG" ..................... Jan. 10

Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
and Seattle.

Special round trip fares from Cristobal to New
York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle.
To New York ......................$240.00
To Los Angeles and San Francisco ...$270.00
To Seattle .......................$365.00


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to welcome the New Year is
S"o eata e ~Panama. o
LlIho Asearragsa and ls aMer.
Stasld ns, 1l )alternat-Vwth
e1 a ia. Beautiful fa and
oWltatMaers:- are supled the
The special $5.00 New Year's
Eva,.d er will be served from
9 p.a. on to those desiring It.
entrance !to. OiVat*ri-
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cal leax for re'ervations.
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be a. a Kh and i. noW atgaced to
STank mpamy, s t. f bbe
.fUo. wedding planned.

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Aimsday in Panama
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The wedding will
Sunday at 4.

be held on

Holiday Open House Given
By Mrs. Mykland -
Mrs. Muriel Myklaud entertain-
ed at an open house yesterday
evening at Serviclo Mykland in
honor of her clients.
New Te-ear Activities
At Pa1 aal.Cubs, otels
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Srune ab news
S family who hi not yet
Fiancee, o Maria
tap" Attaco d6 adeffid of
C u tly. She iAE w York
-er, who relv the ma-
r ise of a $W246AW request,
ma of Princes ,fargaret's
*avit companions.. s hared
a tait for jazz and: :pular mu-
i ,iew York, Hambleden
latiubed at the suggestion that he
had, been consider a serious
uilter of the prince .
,My sister is a re at friend of
heri" he said. "There' no more
to ie than that."
Dona Maria, 23 a tall, beautl-
l bbna ette, is the daughter of
a former Italian azabassador to
BraDsil, Moscow, Berli -and the
Vatican, who died in 194IL. She
eaie to the UnitedoStates 10 Sep-
temober to visit her'bpvok','Bar-
tolomeo, an employs of the Chase
National Bank.
Silenced CarpUe
The famous c a rloI wi. of the
Leaning Tower of .ls was si-
lenced some 20 yeas ate for fear
that the vibrations would hasten
the eventual collapse of the tow-

slices of beef in this

new, workless dinner

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Tr o f lttte *Ea *tedM ,i ? wi.c

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digit e .to he appear n di- ar the Feast of a Crcumd-
trict convocation wi take place .
at the aepual parish meeting of
St Peter's church, La Boca, next Seres will b held at W sult
Thursday evening. on Sunday, with the Wom an'1
Auxiliary making their monthly
Besides a report by the hureb corporate communion at the cele-
treasurer, reports till be render.bton 7 am.. On Tuesday eve
ed from the various parish org;- ing 7:30 the group will hld a
nations covenlg their activities special meeting the parish hall
and finances for the past year. for the election of officer an
Presiding as' chairman of the delegates to the annual dAtrict
meeting" the Rev. John Spear, convention.
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s Boft plastic dish pan 2.95
Folding bridge tables.14.50
Metal folding'chairs 5.25
Kitchen folding steps
and stool ............ 7.50
e Plastic toilet seats .. 6.50

e New stock of "HEMCO'
plastic dishes
e Earthenware dishes In
beautiful colors
* Rubber covered dish
trainers ..................
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o 100% plastic playing cards
deck ......................... 2.95
o Card shufflers .................. 2.95
* Ballet pictures ............from 2.50
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The. traditional Union Club
New fear's Dance Will be held
for'.ts .members and guest this

ee N esass Dance a the ,aos
Bok- Country Club, facing i"lL
r In Balba ss&peial, preparations
S ae aud y he Balboa
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Bthe Az Navy Club
w^il glw *Md a2ual Usw Years

Mrs. Soag Entertalas
AM-Yquda Coffee
Mr& John L. Sugar of Margari-
i taentertained at a Yuletide Cof-
at, Ot Wedlesday morning at her

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made fr i red
Regsaapl beo flhsooA .te ar e IlSwas s w pe en
without work. You 'jasn Ples, These are BER? PIE-
oandurdotrou don't even W with plenty of beef. Theltsalso
Suthnew Sweson Quick- 4rark browirsavory uNrY s"'t
ftow.ea Pies. sened just right-with plump
SFar over M* poasand plmeiltos..The
months we t, *st bakes to perfection every
d -Ip_: iz tMae-o ridh. light-and flaky
our.wansoS :you'll prbablytwipdor with
kItAe Ms tti? mg how'we didW .
thi i t-e. ualS fliMSO Beef P e -o,'r
,i aupoobi piVin* dishbwashisr, too.
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Boats & Motors

FOR SALE:- Auxiliasry sloop
"Vega," good condition. Many
extras. See Smith, Cristobat Yacht
Club, any time.
FOR SALE:-1951 AJS motor-
cycle. 500 single, excellent me-
chanical, electrical condition.
New parts. Phone Balboa 2993
LOST:-Pair lady's tortoise shell
spectacles. In Ancon probably.
Phone Ft. Kobbe 4275.

Inmates Of Federal
Prison Increase
im.ruim DIaeS Van,

I-uwmuIg ram! i adu
'ta- f B. James V. Bennett. director of the
at R1S eiTMune ups federal prison system, said today
teed. Day Night that the number of Inmates In
teed. ay- federal prisons rose in 1954 to a
I C. WALDRIP. Prop. new record high.
rly at g. A. S.) In a year-end report to Atty.
'-,IM a.3 Gen. Herbert Brownell Jr., Ben-
nett said the prison population
reached an all-time Wigh of 20.-
153 on June 24. The previous
high was In 1945 when there
were about 19,400 federal pris-
Despite strains on 2-- sti-I
tution prison system lith
mal capacity of 18,00, he sait
that the system was forced to
reduce the number of its em-
ployes from 3,933 in 1953 to 3,-I
897 because of cuts in its bud-I

nu Nulslry. UTs wi u
-eod yeir as head of the
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FOR SALE:-1949 Ford V-8 se-
dan $350. House 752-A, Balboa.
Phone 2-3221.

1 FOR SALE:-1953 Ford 4-door,
Overdrive, radio. Phone 85-2130
or 87-2290.

FOR SALE:-'51 Mercury, A-I
condition, only 25,000 miles.
Must sell. leaving January 16.
Call Panoma 2-0346 or see at
48th Street No. 27. Bella Vista.
Help Wonted
WANTED: Maid, do general
housework, sleep in. Phone 3-

Real Estate
FOR' SALE: Beautiful home In
San Francisco, 13th Street No.
59. Agencies Thomas, 259 Cen-
tral Ave. Phone 3-1069.




But he added that during the Orchid Society no
year the system cut the cost ofSo Met ea F
maintatng each inmate from To Meet Tuesday FO
,5 in 19 to $8.40, rescued the SEES LABOR UNITY-David The Canal Zone Orchid Socie- scr
number of capes from' $4 in J. McDonald, head of the CIO ty will hold Its monthly meetln ato
15 U te r the UBO-JWB Armed Force

on the -AAli, .A b1?1 enjoyed wat f
iwih trying@ will be folloWed by a dis ua
ron out all the problem, of plans for the fourth annual
.... orchid exhibition, which will be
Services -----hold Feb. 4-5-6, at the JWsB Ga!-
Mud Mortar lery. I8
tL Ms "tc l ht a I of New Mexico were A special feature of the eve- F
l will tae place at b with stone, successfully nin will be the showing of col- A
"clri. Paralso, tonight, B -tn. usig e ay mud as mortar, when ore slides of orchids with a.A I
nng 11 p.m. Ithe first white explorers arrived commentary on a tape recording, .c i
Rev. David A. Osborne, rest ago. which has been setn to the Ca- t Mr
in charge, will be offlcinand --- nal Zone Orchid society by Fred Bg=
preacher. Stewart, hybridizer and grower rilb
0 _a- Changing Field of San Gabriel, California. a
8i ( atopher's Episcopal The magnetic field of the earth, A special invitation is extend- Dumn
MItsion, Rio Abajo, 11 p.m. which Is responsible for attract- ed to military personnel and for a
WAtch-WiXht Service. Jan. 1 ing the compass needle to the their families who are interested case
Fart of the Circupalon. 8 a.m. north, undergoes slow changes In the activities of the Orchid damn
Holy Communion. from year to. year. Society. three

R RENT:--Apartment for of.
* or clinic on Justo Aroseme.
Avenue No. 73. Call 3-0294.
R RENt: Apartments, ell
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ve. Very cool. Phone 3-1648.

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4o L.a* V 141 Ciimu Ae. today Lg fin sr ds of Fv4
ue bMaee 7 birnet lire bateu N. as who have been
ingggi I OD a N more than two goa .
Catr Ave. 6oIndl Ave.Na.4T ition says the to
NOV--ATM ---are ben W E h stlt1 tral

DR. WENDEHAKE rMW I CA L Gramlich's Srta Clam Beach
CLINIC, 209 Central Ave., be- Cottages. Modem.onvenianc. cha 'nr, lot M ibm deun1Dr[ e P
side Capitollo Theater. Phone 2- moderate rates. ne Gombea a -n c a ble t in ,e de-i~ a'
3479 Panama. 6-441. tradi ooe sfLatinAn red a p a
slteow setback ArgIba's at Quriwa g
PENTECOSTAL (Assembly of FOSTER'S COTTAES. one mile -AM cn t the
GodI Fellowship meetings. Please past Santa Clara. L~w rate Th Ptit wa d byVie-
Call Albrook 6112 or Apartnmnt Phone Balboo 2-18f tor rmaul Hayl Dl Torr, Pae- *ai u
279.8. ru; Grman o *
WILLIAMS' Sonta Clara Beach bla; Daniel Cosao V ,am xi- -
Cottoges--rocko, refrigeration, Co; Cruz Costa, BraiW', Bua o
FOR SALE 2-bdroom. Phn. aboa3050. Goa Ch; J. G ia .
re, C aRia; Felis Usaso. Cu.
Mi Philips. Oeanside cottages ,.. ; Alberto Rembao, Director of
MiBCeouneous Santao cl4a. Bex 435, Balboa. the review Nueva -Democraela,
FORhone Panama 3-1877, Cristo- published In the United States,
FOR SALE:-24-in. saw w/mo- hal .-1673. and EmIho Oribe, Uruguay a-t
tor $65. Phone Panama 2-4838. among otherlm be, Un.y a
FOR SALE:-1951 Buick. excel- FOR RENT ----
lent condition; one sewing ma- g In t
chine. Leaving Isthmus. Cocoll House l
8.- FOR RENT. Beautiful 3-bed- May Help Suburbs
FOR SALE: Household goods, room chalet to party who buys *
leaving for States 195Q Chevro- part of furniture. 43rd Street No. Pay rowing Taxes
let coup@. Crlstobal 2384. 18. Belie Viest.
FOR SALE: A.X.C. registered PHILADELPHIA (UP)-High
Cocker Spaniel pups. Wll carry FOR RENT txs are i re ibatck there tide of
to allow choice. Phone 4-576. city dwellers want suburban d
OR SALE $3.50. evening Apartments home., according to D. Rae Boyd,
FOR SALE:- ld, sHyr evening president of the NoriUlow Cham
slippers, new, 8B, $3.50. Curun- ATTENTION C.I.I Just b q i It ber of Commerce.
du 83-2130. modem furnished apartments, 1, in..1 I apr t peo
FOR SALE-25-cycle 5-cu. ft 2 bedrooms, hot, cold water. Tel. Itro that mare mo
Westinghouse refrigerator, excel- Panam 3-4941.ause of hh taxes dvretulntg fro-
lent condition, $35. Also '"-hp. FOR RENT:-G.l.-inspected fur- the cost or constructing facilitis
and 3-hp. 25-cycle electric mo- nished I-ream apartment with for such necessities as schools, and
tors $15 each. Call 87-3217 any kitchen, Frigidaire, all conveni- fire headquarters," he Said.
time. Fort Clayton. ences. No. 5 Fourth of July Ave.
Phone 2-5133. "There is no doubt that light ina-
S- dustries should be invited to help
FOR RENT:-Bet located fur- support the things that are neces-
nished apartment. Splendid for I say for good government in newly
or 2 couples. 43rd Street No. 13. developed communltlas."
FOR RENT:-Spacious apartment '
on ground floor: 2 bedrooms un The brontosaur, long-extinct
iach notce for 43rd Street No. 58. nt-eatini dinosaur, was the
eoman sie ldsseal i"s in t_______argest h.ammal ever to walk the
written f orand t of FOR RENT:- Furnished I-bed- earth. An average creature meas-
th ol mu mben Ilsted d eley lo- -r o. n apartment, utilities includ- Utred T feet Jong and weighed
b5 band dt Othw o he or delivered 65. Phone Panama 3-2051. more than 30 to. PROMOT.D -. T. SCt
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Year in Review: The comeback
of the movies with quality stead
of qUntity. Betty Hutto's re-
tirem t .bigger screens and
smaller costumes on Jand Rus-
sel., Joe DIMagglo's moat
famous home run-to San Fran-
cisco-after splitting with Marilyn
Moeroe... the wide screen
boom Liberace Jokes .
Mario Lasa and his records help-
ed Provide headlines for Hollywod
Some of the year's other sane a
a highly ts on the movie,TV
and radio .-ront:
The sucene of Tony Curtis and
Janet g141h,the only married cou-
ple who played movie lovers. They
were. so gfod as lovers people had
trouble believing they were man
and wife.
The Andrews Sisters called it a
day as a team and spent the rest
Iof the year calling each othervar
ous thinp.. Dean Martin and
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......_ JrMr LeUis laughed it up on the FOI A GAT NIW tAr's BmV- mUFFWE-UeeSW Us n me m O h
there's screen, feuded away frcm t h e rM Pu" e and plenty e MatMal e One cf the bet bdge books that
Hi" iayi cameras, but ended the year as. ave seen for many years has
Buddies. Eleanor PoweU the just been put out by Ernest
Sseen's prewar dancing a t a r, By GAYNOR MADDOX Rovere, of ban Francisco. "Point
is lo t ,I J-T., made a comeback, aI aSunday NEA Food and Markets Editor Count Contract Bridge," as Rovere
5. ys I ay school teacher on television. -- o calls his big 600odd page book,
1e." U little fact to your general store of does a fine Jdb on bidding and alse
S o 0knowledgs: HOLLYWOOD strained at the Lots of people would like to give Melt butter or margarine In top teaches the play of the cards as
alasstnavrge r oaette hbleA the reader goes along. To0ay'g
e h lwaa been ie avera e marionette has 13 ceorashl leash in its fight a a gay New Year's Eve party but of double boiler, blend in flour, the reader goes along. Toay
wa.- i per strings. andt takes from three to gapst TV and tcok a couple of fear it must be elaborate and ex-l add pepper, salt an papriKa. AO han for example, is taken from
Sawn th fTvehours to fix the-strings prop anticode shot. Grace Keok prac- pensive. Th t's not so. Actually, a milk and cream gradually, stir. the ok.
a at iaq with erly. ically smothered Jimmy Stewart wise hostess can entertain on airing constantly until thiesened. The biddig is aggressive, but
SSee If you can figure out where with kiases in "Bear Window" small budget and everyone have Beat well. Add chicken, olives and standard, with the exception of the
we. P, la' and each.of the 13 strings is attached. bdt the cencors said it was okay- fun. pimentos. Cook for 15 minutes and respon e to four no-trump..When
h toe er. When it with his leg in a cast he couldn't We asked a successful parts giv- serve on toast. For a gourmet the Blackwood Conventiod i used
for anesert, as i by CBSTV want Rose ry Chso do anything about it. er, Mrs. Douglas tackle Thomas touch, add 4 tablespoons snerry South must make the response
I sigsat Mrs. Llaklet- for one of those i mne song i The year's most unforgettable of Col. >ar, Pa., how she would ust before serving, if desired. five diamonds to show one. ace
vanilaf ee cream and shows. It will have to wait, ef darecter turned out. to be the give a budget party to welcome Menu No. 2: 'ream of tomato Is this case, however, Stoth.i
for deepdish cherry course, until the CleneyFerrer Judge who married y and 55. s ou p, oven-grilled frankfurters using the San Francisco Conven.
baby arrives. And, if it comes to Jce. He forgot i e bride. "Make your guests feel really with baked pork and beans, but tion, in which aces and."uas are
---- --- ---- pass, Rosemary will be CBaTV'sL Red keltoM4 feU Ip hoo, welcome the moment they arrive, tered brown bread fingers, indi- ahdwn in o response. The re.
.r second Cloeasy. Her sister, Betty, bit a glass door, and a d or took Greet them under the mttoe vidual fruit tarts, cottee or -tea. asponse of ve hearts ghoets that
s gs Jack P ar's m6rding 30 stitches in his right asim. with a fond embrace," abe ad. Serve all your food from the South has one tee and one kin
OMRI ("Two for the show.. -..w-. vises. "And hive a auioh bowl or bullet table self-sevice style. 'ine If you like the idea of such
) A tfella woo lroy Hirsch,The ro ba Rather ever age d when the center of the table can be attrac- convention, be s~e to dD a
woulti.Hay .&4 4 m. 8tvell eated wth with our

404, be6 .1 a ofv;ce at one e
S those songs," she North': 5ia .basomk n la the man dish have a stack of about
"and haven't got it. Hill y t "Livg I ind. plates, knives and forks. San Francisco am convention Is
.music Is tough to sing." ot-two-ged -or Bright Future, a new piodern very good, but it takes a few min
' os Raft tea. pattern in flat silverware, would utesof study by both partners
*-"-- em Sun the s -in h e inn .. 12: ;. ebrtainl be apreprlate for your The play of the hand is careful
, le si eceasm,"T ca'S ans e ad qw m e's e bu t. If the and instrucve. West leads te
S".o.utt w. a Nwev New;T.ea t for ythe p
S a- qans t e ve budget permits add green olives king of diamonds, and dummy
I'-an Isof. o i .# $ a.p."is.aodere,"Southtatereaizes,"',nOs^^ays
ld. Ar kad cer--- ZO E@ fisherr gave Debbie Rey-, table Ice;-seaon to celery and radishes, sltaed nt, ruffe. "South realizs,. says
SW^ a @ nollds two ringa, heb first on the taste. rve pl hot assorted chocolates and after-din. Rovere. "that he cannot possibt
a'o ths W Meesting C phone for a date d se Chicke -Six nr mints trump all of his losing diamonds
r, A a a To Pla Fer c aher flnger for aJeweddb tables ns butftF 'mprarlase. in the dummy. Accordingly, he
0 %W uvck*--te Es L. Fawcett, preL of S MGM reis d "s M tab s l dashes of Aquade must n set up dummy's spade suit
Sr1a49. the 1ocal 0eulI=, Inato oaIl 0o4 Wind,," f the St4*- t 1h ltj'p]- ,it" t" The mink s a set-i--uatic ni- provide diamond discards, and
Boy Scouts.of the Canal Zon.e ea asd'th lanes outsM e the he .ater stsS M mnl be4 common l at home the trump suit provides the needed
I'm -a s essful It- makinsm a dUtermind effort to e were as long as the pitere,. AI. or dfluted aW n t' 1d where waer is fund. It not on- ent for the estaMihment of tp
,,-v e',, r- neG al% ,^eetlthe. organS, on most ia many people saw the film cup cream, 6 ups cooked ehlck- ly swims and dives with facility,sd slut."
a"Y. ",Oet. ick is to n .tionai gto as o a Red Buttons hred and fired en. cut into piees, 12 olives ,but can remain long underwater, aAs Rvere indicates, rdummyi
Ii people say. It sounas movement and for the ,engt for his TV show. sliced; 6 p es-n,... chopped. 'and pursues and catches fish wnsl the first k byruffin
I've neard sonRe inter of our local youths. iced pursues and catches fis diamond. The ace of spades is
iutw.... ALE AN vInui ____ e ___________________ cashed, and South ruffs a spade.
tw sW exam. Letters have b en amt out to T n ra ,, ,.,,dut. Declarer takes the ace and king
ih n Ande w Ih several members of the organia-m Tisey mt toy~ bait oby yeo o of hears (he shouldn't risk the
sw Naer, And t leatIn :3oa d lodm ff the 'comuni- f p. fins although. happens fa be
I atyour wife to be held a earal s e te Lrre shd his M erchant s padres. West cleverly refuses to
r ey, ae their at.the... ...: ruff, hoping that South will be
S to t Is S o on WedneWsday evening, Jan. nace tag to play a couple PURERrl ies ng ta s u p
,'s wmur, so toey at 7:30 o'clock, for the p oo o lgt conmey rOles.W ayevta s. t py o e." careless enough to use up dum-
Oo mce aim the cam-reviving the Pacific side Distict Marjorie Main decided It w a s moy's last trump by ruffing a di-nd.
lat" Among those invited are: H. D. time to pick out her coffin. d RICHER Declarer ruffs another spade and.
tte modea y cah PE s N reven climbed in to try It o nfore avoids trouble by leading a club
a. i wusasPerkbvwo Jon N. Fre Wtch, W.i C k ey
g radi 1titteas, of GiMbsa; a r I i ,c to dummy's acet It Is then safe to
U h .d n a hd tons, H ey oodo, Ed R ar M. Jem- wrea .W eb b an4i 's let West take his queen of hearts
WB t.^ww ere ul ched. It w6U *: al. whenever he wants it. There is no
A Wnn ., Ceeand all o" 20 rt lJudge '. way for the deefnders to take any
e te nH. H. La sal Auis r O' other trick, and south therefore
_9 ma- a..t""he knack ..P l makes his slam contract.
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. Bailey and G. L. A. Davis Murray aid "I do" but Leslie
SLa Docac. iCaron and Geordle Homel said
Faweett is looking forward to u"We don't"
ceiviSg fu6 cooperation frops
mbe aWa e ., uonad gnle The Gabor Sisters ade t h e i r
tinSSm lb hs z Bn ht-club debut in Las Vega., The
lbw FA S .toke a 1c actfdROed and a u's Ox-bus-
Sdoing "t mbi t h eSandm made t
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JACK BWNNSY daughter, Jean
married Seth Baker and now
SBenny's a granepop.
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ig rom. Canal Employment
mel3IOf" ftl Pflt pl- to make their future home transferred to the Dred.ingDl-
t With n Dae Oregon. vision as mae on the t
U atSSE. of-ere re- L, V in pittsburgh, Pa.. Mor- bra. With the exception of two
at te W ed.L of December gan first came to the Isthmus in short break, his Canal seri.eo
were preented with retire- 1908 with the Isthmian Canal has been continuous and all of
certiloa forthr years commission as a yad clerk. He i hsbeen with the Dredgin
Flce. also worked as a main line Division. Since 1953, he has been
ime ettrl, thei'Mtilons-'tch tender, a hostler, hostler, a loco-foreman of the barge repair ats-
oft* am-a&' e engineer and an erector tion at Gamboft.
X=e 3ande re he resigned In 1913. He Pederso n plan. to remain In
nrsOi as employed bY the Panam1 a the Canal Zone he rent
VJuPm.=g t.-4 years. ;anal organization in 1014 as an aid will later make his home
S an .d operator with the Electrical DI- in Florida.
P. Morgan, General Aislon and was transferred to Oliver was born in Ponta Del-
traet and Inspec- he Terminal Construction Div- glada, St. Michael, Azores, Portu-
Mllon, years, four sion as a Locomotive Engineer' gal and Is a naturalized citizen
1 a t2 ay2 He later was employed with the 1, the United States. He served
lph Oir, Marine Traf- ouartermaster Division as a two years with the United States
itroller, navigation Dlvi- A and as Assistant District '.lrmy during the first World
1R years, nine months and rtermaster. He was a couec-wdar i He also worked two years
yis. with the Transportation DI- lath the U.S. Army at Quarry
W3 P. Pedersen, Barge Re- vision for several years and was ]eights before he was employed
ISatf6nqreman, Dredging with the Supply Department 1 1927 by the Panama Canal or-
O;, 81 Teors, seven months from 1935 to 1952. Since 1952, he ganizatlon as a clerk with the
i a.i. has been an Inspeqtor with thi Records Bureau. He was trans-
mTeMzaos, Senior Chief Contract and Inspection Bureau. ferred to the Marine Division in
ieW TW0boats, Ferry Serv- Following his retirement, 1929 and has been employed as
t IfMa. five months and 23 Morgan will make his home on a Marine Dispatcher continuous.
the Isthmus. ly until 1953 when he was pro-
i .. o. Pedersen was born in Samso, moted to Marine Traffic Con-
, wO -born in Norwood, Denmark. and Is a naturalized troller.
W01"lserve with the United States citizen. He served Oliver expects to leave the
ad'lag "World War I. with the United States Army Canal Zone late in January
Swas employee during the first World War from and probably will make his fh-
A o rioaduntil l191 1914 untu 1919 and during part ture home in Providence,
e to te Isthmus n as of that time was stationed on Rhode Island.
e A bee n employed the Canal Zone. After the war Tezanos is also a naturalized|
S.ba0 been employed ti he was employed as a member of American citizen, having been
h stages that tie the crew on ships of the East horn in Santander, Spain. He
S -W.apotation D. Asiatic and Pacific Mail Steam- ,Irst came to the Isthmus in
th t1he hRai broad ship Lines for three years. He 1907 and stayed until 1918 work-C
S e Ra Iro was employed by the Canal or- 3ag in the Canal Zone and in
FIR rs. Ha-rri, alrea-d ganizatlon in 1922 as a police- Panama. He was first employed
ft foa the West Coast and man. The following year he was by the Panama Canal organiza-



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3. Retention of the Compan
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extension to all Fed al e
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If made subject to th' An=i
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(f) Premium pay for certain in the sto of Federal em- a chicken worth 1J. from the
types of work which requires ploymentt. T. la I an achieve- 'Ivoll Commissary. r e wx pre-

work, aleh as fimen; ~en o ,our lleglathtt program 1 ..
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fanre ian umrp syhorcertan inO Gveralm- ach icedwoehr."the
y p o lit w hic e for en ploym e ad depen- na ase
a(h) More liberal ine at o aments to the a cmtual h ede on Aus -,-
wiminat employes awo ats reu. Ade provide napoIt a- rt a
or who submit sunatnemon: for mei Nonto or Fedenram ua

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Sye e tho matter and, oi far tc Capn Zone te of the
tonschedn 1927 when he returned a known, the l onrgan- iertLan Fed erate ea Gov
uoba a atm-eninee woth the .c -mit d ument ovidn of tahe 1. protect
redging ayvision. He remained number PublicLaw ang d e b or citizens 195 ted
with the Dredging Divishelan and to provide e to tatmplishn Sta and elmnat n-

ter the errliberavice as an e- dthe nts t ts.e pO ofbctive creal g trend tow n l ai
ineer up to theabtimove of he nore- waent for a In the pu ternal o teae lted with

mrement. He hens been thenior Revenury two year these nompAties of the

Chief Towboat Engineer ram e ta.pamrers wel be afe teto a count 2. Positive and coiathlBfi e>t
1950. exemptionwhosubm all t suggesdepen ftionsors for o obtain adoer-
Tezano plans to live New dentsfor whom thdge provide. 14 of the the recommend mad
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telimar's speedy gray colt Atys and
jo's old track champion Main Road
tI tpostwards co-favorites in tomorrow's
daed one mile New Year's Day Classic
or 'in training locally at Juan Franco.
to- contest the of them would be a major sur-
A Taaul.ilver trophy prise. Of the trio, Mrzatoats, a
il bue ribbon event former top class star, would seem
Sian Feinner, to have the best chance.
a;d Leaden. Then other well matched races
.to a convincing are included on the program.
e-half victory over
d over seven furlongs
.'b time Atys will
Sblgger pull in the
amp than he6 ehd
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4 toted 116 and Atys
oqcaaon, however, the I
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Sand fat closing
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track stars will be
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El Panamla Toey

The "El PanAma" tour"
meant will be played Jan. and
9 at the Panana'olf Coure.
This tournament will be 34
holes medal play, fun handicap
for all winners of sbe weekly
El Panama tournament.
Pairings wi appear In this
paper after Jan. 2.
Hotel El Panama his a-
warded two free dinners every
week for the past year.

*I'LL CHOOSE YOU'-Referee Bud Lowell and Minnesota's
Chuck Mencel look like they're getting ready to settle their I
argument by choosing during Notre Darma contest. NEA

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victory, Miller pkd the Ttooph Bill Y who wasnjured, of
ers to their fourth* ian row at least two bgea. Hero Brad-
and- gave them a ao*e ad- burn and'VIO Raddock, subbing L
vantage over the ry$4t,. for Ml in eighh, each rapped M.
otr PAM ctiD-tmfdae out three bits.
qaw the moundan:pwkl ~ Managr Herb Boetto and
agin. Fort Kbb tBpl Army catcher blok Swearingen each
AtlaUt,. 7.1l as l m .e made eCOnted two, hits off Miller. .
his four-hit debut. rt Caon Coo Solo's John Sponceller
botched Its second straight shut- led off the fifth with the first
out win behind Ed it nskaf hit off Stetuka, but'the Bravey U
EDO u pa A W- t- ht-anor got 14 OM
an h 0lop' only four.
paated t C t tal three runs
[theIto park wiid the pan threbhit, an erft
thoer o esup five run it 4 andI wild pitch. ShB
weird ltt tto cn he i lad Von o be punch y
decision. Up to' at point'it was o w with a le androv .
a Ne- aw encout a or ra In eighth as -
N' Nine batme, %ond b Clt ced the.Verdict. -
safely in the Troops i gh t e's iUf W lumped off -
on hits. In what appears to to a 4-0 leadIn t second, with
some sort of a reaorPlyw right ptcher KOse. aiding his cause
fielder Brian S..mlt th w Out with a two-tlly double. An r-
three Troopers. at tha plat, In ror and catcher Don Plersma's
the action-packed iL one-baser sent over the other
Miller Mattered. .- two runs.
fectively whWe bu.e e r W obbe addpd two in the fourth
Steve ltlo, who was ti nd another run in the seventh
the 12th InnIng Whew** Tros for thsjm. nee..
pushed over u Tor r A Me, -K ee was holding
ead. BW t the Alooa ent't he- A F. bisuntil. Crl St afer
.tiiat d for a o A, la4 of d fub_ In th. fourth,. ,,
the signing to. tiH e e p on .Th' bshutoutwasu mnapped ine
gasin. a seventf.when rellefer Gene t

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Miller, who- had strtikeouts, atte1 singled in ill Tucker
Including five In a r.. wat o who hadtwo-based.
point, walked only tr men. He eese, making his fist appear-
didn't allow a hit Int Joe. Ace- ane. for defending champion
vedo connected with One out it* ctbbe, fanned 10 &aJd gave up
the sixth. He gave up only three fve bases on balls. Iedro Perez
singles In the regulation nine started for the A's but was drv-
Innings. en out In the second. fr
Kllso, who fanned eight and Second baseman 'rnie Len- fo
walked two, was touched for an non slashed two singles for Kob- to
wramne-opening single by Dale be while Marion Hoots slugged a aB
Baraks that eventually led to triplb.'"
the first Troops run, and then 8uday,'s- schedule ,,calls for its
he tossed hitless ball u4t the pec Troops at cco olo, -Al- o
seventh. brook at Port oebbeland Army p
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A. O es. iX-Ran well last week -1
0. UaP. 114 -Cotld go all the way 4-1
F. Ros 111 -Rates good chance 3-1
Bra 115 -I -l weasker field here 2-1
.. Ong. 1in -Ha strahngest finish 5-1
A. .V-. 118 -Drosppd in cla 3-1
B. Art. 120 -Could sore off last 2-1
L Giral. 118 -Returns from layoff 3-1.

"CADr Native 7 Ft.Pue: 3X1. Pel leses:
',.r. iBra 11 i -Met interference In last
B. 110 -Rates best a ace e
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rau G:-a A .118 -sually close
a J. JAme. 105x-Distance handa p
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11 lty 10-1

Sraes 3-1
SI classic 5-1
Slaryoff 8-1

Pool loses: 4:01

-Paragon San. 113 wi; last
2-Nebrlighton Pita. 0. 108 .-Hopelss on dry track
a..a llto A. Vias. 11 .Rellti 'from laoff
|tene P. idal. I1 -.-Washo laid up
5--. mblem H. Ruls' l .:-D.aDl ,uPits stle
6-io i Spot L. EFlores .-Cou price
I- m per V. catl. 116 r-8how late foot
9-C.was i. yongo. I1to."Mt M Drovo more
1-C. de Oaro BL AAL 113 -WRl flght It out
10-C. Edgar L. Oral. 118 -Rady for win now


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A. Vs. 110
H. Ruiz 100
A. Yeaa- 106
R. Vas. 120
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3 0 0 1 12 "-lIWtodoa M. Reyes 115 -Means "rn tm all" 5-1
1 0'. 4 -Mtruh J. .lQ1 a-ngehot peclst 10-1
3 1 0 3 1 iN- 108 n well return 3-1
rf 3 2 1 1 Ll TO -NC to recaanend 8*a
4 0 0 4 1 eas l anotar cats 5.1
3 0 1 3 0 -Y rie 0. 112 -Res good ace 3-1
0 0 ,0 o '-EspaSic A. Vas. 115 -WIl figh It ot 2-1
1 0 I 0 0 /--s. m A. Teas 113 -Hard to best here 2-
4 8 I I --TIlama V. 4astL 11 i-Could get up in tm 5-1
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By J. J. ABION JB. im between second and Be*13 absent OcI ? py
4 "W d-.dParris held at ,rst; l], bM. to it. :
To givq the baseball jntry a bU sngle brougsbhat l
chance to arttheir e Year' S put the Smhoers In With tyo e sa, GfCbmasmA
reveling early, no game wi l be 4 0. e ,,,. eb l *bugit
plsed Iq the Pro Lea:gu to- M'tt tally ca th .bandM. Harry
4,ht. AM Is goin ongIch to 'l
morro night however, the ha.s thing. .and sTo;411 ii i3
m m et the Yankeas with ding up with e rp- X -.f ,, whq
*hm bac (0-) opposing the baUl as hei teenth- a bet
M l .Aus" popped^betilF Ywo
-in so 1 M Doug*s bat 311mMw was out to rtoWSPif Tl
the Sodamen to~~4 and he wle. Haragon t B
obtle trying tomake lt two ltraighti p the play, comt e is- .a.roelef o0 .
OvTr them tomorrow. 1* soheP arriD tl S tnd
The YTmkes ftad themselveslaewe. .R. s p .a L ttMo nt o1
out of first pliegotha e first Fitzgerald appeared to be well dn saughfg. -.
Ume this season and a winm would- way t6 a 2-hit shute "
tthem baL In front k one e M m n taInto trouble In the --- '
halt ame over the makers, th and out. ,
wtile Yafnkee loss would give '-Loespt WRaae' Armbie' rattb- fr be It frVoz t IsPJar-
onford Gra rem's boys a half- watte dued to left, Lopetmt. ElWih ar C 0agueing, J0ust
game advantage. .on-to Ilrd..Maagp 'w EwC
Gdrtam cae out e like to take exceptn-to the C
The Smokers. defeated the dugout, ealwed tis and' on his -y. ,b',m 'sae.t
badamen i to l Ilast nightsway the mound d to btec.MO Mo daily os t olt i the
to put themselves on the e bullp for tome _",r ][ tS w tR.toot.r tlhel
top of fhe heap in league s tand- V. Rob h made eli pop- gi.i't i...wt"stp 'out oflb.o
Ings by 15 f percentage points p rto .Odcatcher, dti Iersanl w eane -sslghtgaie. '
over the .V. eYaakes. sent .- band hittlt rsOerry -Wehe d' 'g ht g a.
ab 'a nd ,. for Gerry
John syta gerald received cred- thoMe t at forG lad oe. ach and eveors pe of us isU
It for, the important .win al Gra h pl threaAhtbe _tiW. t -U-toplWan, .i *it l i
though goodreof pitching by ho ed 6 en sr- nou'
number Robason and Cla- v ria te pi to Thrm., Urn teemed 1 right.o
e cburn in th ninth saved but Klmrn uteM byl yo weve?, webel t at-.the i
the game for him. making right hand hlUr OUl- recor.4s .will ow that there Is ho
n winning his second game ver Bardy hit f r Thmse and te.- ahort
against no defeats, Fitigerald Hardy eae. tbroeuh wlths. a Olwo m bbe.n iaymar
tvi up Jlut three -bA' and #Io a to right mbtu .. w,.e .tmof a tme fo r
walked two. His control was That WM all for Prit as'G ea- at A ort. .s ht.
much improved over hi.p first im sent in his ace reliever We .... .. .
appearance on Dec. 13, when he :.rence Churn who struck out .Re ed Hector L.pu,.habM
e up seven bases on balls as Ulnaldo Orenod swingng to spade e .errors e
e bet the same team b the md' he contest. h. A. .u l .u..
Identical score at 2 to T In -reapfoe to. a ory ora- aI*s I
Vibest CthSr, t*-. ler, ham remealed after be game muwgt^ e -bqras
burie a gfed nsae, a.temeg that he was r'eta.t. to ).bring t lead .
e0r0 hlt B He went the ront in Chu* frro be- Mi OX V-*
and -vo the victim of a nun- cabuse he had been Eomplfng"I' WS "ttjitqrj
earnu4 run In the third sinig.n of a-slight soreness In his shoul- faet LeUWo wr make tny ,1 |
The run came in when Austin Ihr. loo.1 kod
singled to center and 'went to The first game of the sea- .. In 4
third eit Clarence Moore's boot sn at the Mount Hop St W agree tatA e dift ,.
of Blii Osorio's grounder. Par- dAm will bq played gset f I these 4w fine w
rIs then hit a lboundr on one VWeduiday lbitween te. Y**- makes fampu"lAAP diff.euig b an4
hao to Clarke and ustin' washI keesat the Sbedmen. for the tlmbeig.w'.. tha .-
caed safe after' being 'bught In Detalls on slaw _.rrsane- ---.'...- -" I m
a rundown between third and /nts and prices will be carried' '. d
home. I Thi Paznam American on I .
Osordo was put in the sam,_tonday or ?uesst1 A casrt Is a greemeat where. ,I. ,

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Outbohrd Ractig Scheduled

For Cristobal Yacht Club
Skids, thrills and spills ft-i Cristobal Yacht club will fur-
nishe4 by the Canal Zone ut- lh trophy cup for. te win-
board Raation will be o .a upnqr-up ea*tant
held it itsr Crbabl Yacht Ia each et.ole rtta
tomorrow, abmmencig at ', Ulil l tato( h Rp eats
For the fabs, who love L...s ori.a% rmIg a
-d4rlng sport, It will be I e r Mariner Scouts will
quite alra mW to come u to have 4eSclous sandwiches and
e r afitelrthe night beor o drinks on sal at the club
but bele 'le they won't m premise and, of coTe, our host
It for Tthe rl Tothe w fn will furnih other fresh.
who have 0*a witnesied these ment that s. requted.,
MaS Wdmmng over thp waves l nry lit fqr e raceswil W be
at a 0-milee ibey a n orn as dBows:
Hthehrill of a ttlme. A-
Prevlpt r. tta held at the Ralpi Duga., Bill rEe, Wor-
rstdba Yacht Club i July, ley Evans and George Egger.
154 wv a. d ginmd sue. aThe B-Bydroplan
iger brtherI who thrve oeorg ENgger, Jm WeyTom
tls dagerou sports were y ger mad George
- iaDodftfoma ind caMe home a-Iumbew
with GO big *wre of the bacon.* Sta '-if, Ea HWiroips, John
i r w the A-Hydro Bargent and Jwt King.
comeitn I m brother Tmma y C-Rmabou
won tb-aEro. St Frisk and Lloyd Kent, A. Winkes and
LUoyd pt wt home with the Ralph Morales.
Class B sd & tunabeo AwarT. Offilals
The biggest rtrll for the fat Raep, C ianani, old Park-
last y cane when Tommy g- er; Co rm ryDok-
gr hat'spidcltular aptilt ais eh ; T1me, A 0. Tti JuAge,
ydro f efIWver going at top Dockery and Crawford; A-
speed as he ed in trot of ounces, Dick Garcia; starter,
tie Yacht Clb. Only gt me- Doal4 Parker.
flg and = T otre
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01 1954 with modem arms would 26-Royal burial aMp Ib.
mean ".destruction of 200 .C. Loped ign
Sword civilization." 29-Guseppe ense as tt. pi
crashed of evasion of income tax in Pope Plus n-
5 ld1948. re-ind ted
crashed 17-Japanese revealed a fishing .
SeColombar ship was showered with ra- -t S .
S- dlo-ac]tive ash during atom-. 4-Former N .J.Gov. Barold G.3- et aw gned ita d r
urIn Austria, c tests at Bikini. Hoffman, 58, died il
West Ger 7-President E.isenhower de- 11-Robert R. Young won co3m. -ast se To in
s dead or dared U.S. would n instantly ol of N.Y.Ce ral R.R. t
fight ay ggressEr. 4-Harold GHoffman's theft of
thod ban. 18-Former Gov Harold G. Hoff-0 bared in letter he
mTan of New Jersey us left. G nth ss t
DC 6 ended by Gov. Meyner 17-McCarthy Army hearings n eCh ant
me; 16 ki- fom his roitlon of direc- ended after 36 days, ,1B-P 1 a V.ttb- l-Loael a ;
tor of the state Division of 17-Rocky Marciang Rstade d t sM leM t
dt civil anti Employment Security for heavyweight bo ing c rown taa p=S1
Against A. & P. "Pmisconduct E n officsenhower b upet ng Esn l leulbaeftr l.w er signed 1- r m dla ,ed.
-oe y ears. 19-An Air Force C-l S crashed Crle. Ma fd El security bill, extend- .nri atu I ed ae.-
S *-from Korea near Annapolins Md.; I 18-P -aerre Mendes-Pranee benefits toeo0,q0|. ig, rom
Service men killed. named new premier of t- Ac in1 yc ar1-old vet-f Suezl l 17-
S senhower ask. 23-Peru permitted Victor Raul en m~r, ,ie.
et of 65,570,000- Hays de Is Torre, radical 18-Revolt in Guatemala started. 1. -.-B. BuMnet R. M r bank. ot aton. ia: t.
Leader, to leave Peru under 20-U.b. vod cseo-fire in Gua- uclo dlita au tt treasrin a ,. a ,
safe conduct after f I v e ttem ala. s3-ole at jisnower signed mParis wM o then rated -.
atomic subma- years as an embassy re- -Form erPresident Truman. bill makg peacetime es- vl mae fatern o *, flAudit Y. igas i
bill'makingrea nariAnawowisl =.;aW-- idotr r-nem e Z t.e e + Yt s '0 i
by U.S. fuge. underwent emergency u- PoAe punito stable by an ea t-et and sever- I '
o hartoum in Germany as sovereign 21-John Lndy, Australia, ra Gn d
minutes.,cut- state. mile in 3:58 inTurku, Flu-. thdCmrui mma1 go: ?u.,
nrk more than 27--Joseh M. Dodge, director of etland peiunt o a. Dt r. KLM"- c Co a- ,r ea
budget, resigned. 22-Dr. Karl T. Compton, O, tie airliner crashed Ia Americal in Com 3--Wilai
gwaey and wife 28-Boiledr room explosion on died.u Shannon River estuary; u m r i-, f
after two pano crash- British troopship Empire 24-Colorado S rings selected as ad, n survivors.t t gg
d-e or. sth Wi nondrush inthe er- site for new Ar Foree -N.Y.Gov.Thomasl e. Dewey -a rliabe -f t ugC ,oa. 'lreow-t.s
Slal Baar o Tr ran eankilled bfour cArew- erAcademy. announced decision not to Ul
SUinU.S. men. 25r -President sephergen. r-tn for tre-e lection. 4altf S a d reore *-a e
tae, 81-6, ratified mu- 29-Announcement of anoth- Winston Churchill be ana s Dfens treat for Southn east U Te 'l d eraellorerma
serity pact with Ko- er successful hydrogen ex- cret talks in the IhIt Ls. a Southeste relet
plo.lon Mar. 26 In Marshall House on Euro ean armI I I.i. lanM aa--. -30- To"'. -. P "t t -
Sphy, Not: Dame Islands. and atomic da a. -Gln opWarne, ed. i a wsbug
oach, rested. 30--First break In New York City 21-Guateman Prei dent Ja 8 redied. -1 Rl
r waterfront strike asInc -Dr. o Arbenz Gum es tted. -Harvey C. (Bud) Fiashedr, car. A ,I mj.
March when tug crews 20-New military regime reach- toonist, died at a. -
resumed work. ed a cease-fire agreement IEalrthqusake is northern g* 3-Avarllplmdn ted old scientistdw7;R
winR. Armstrong, with insurgentsin Guated- r Illed approximately M a. ;Denocrats e -1ir Winst.on
diedl d at n APRIL nmalt F tA i. EcdiaI M e nrWO. ee .ouf & u te i brWted 80thoan
U.S. citizen, 29-J. Robert Oppenheimeti o a t 11-HuCrricane tie S andSeatis
a tfive ye sl' Im- -Gon. rHoyt S. Vandenberg, fl ht for reinstatement in hard -he an ehor dri ed as
hi g In 55 died. A. 13-Piping radio reported r- aNew Yf n a "good-Will
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