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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
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Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00637
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Day-long Program S Dag May Enter


For PRR Centenary c'ntr'y En

S am of vtsasand will be in charge of he Over Formosa
be "4 for tomorrow. to road senior engineer, W. Benediction-
e hundedth san- McIntyre, and senior conductor, Rev. James M. Kely. -
t ot* 11 1il and a LONDON, Jan. 27 (UP) In- I I

tbo gi g"mu oi ofeathce wllb r 400NationsSeretarGeneral Dag
n edat d juniorBwe1Q one ra.A llwibe prt Immediately alter teIckj ,- ^oJyihatau one are be-
the O 9 an Q Sc of 3:46 p.m. Special train leaves Old 299 and one of Hammar make directc
meris and the International Mt. o statlop.The cr tobal RIalroad's newt oa ou aP g to end the W
Boad Grl leut, iaiua flag *h pool Baud will boa r d Guides will be provide by te Formosan deadlock. WA
fnat the 4a0l 0 10. 01 6I a w brief ceremony railroad. A direct approach to Peiping here td
Station wherete railroad Omenu.- t sA onl du five minutes has been suggested n some ble mea
--m at I L stop. ... speath railrha s win i U quarter heres L a part of an incrbas
e ue w na- wi.r i3:-..P. M pedi tainrriv the i oi..n.- t rr vera l U d Nations acttes
ba~~~a i al the Balboa at. Gtun station. It will l0*e Me weekend to arrange a cease fire in e the Can
'at 7Ih p.m. between board here b ens Fnnta 6: Dt. a ao.es dn r-pu .Fom osi to ais a The
mi and Widsteobi m gi r b^ D fploM1ts siid today thataa dne-ak.Froa tt
WbielA Arlrea eng iuaee 4zt0 Np.m. Special train reaches Balboa eighsA stati -n irturn there is increase Interest here in tween P
and I alrse oen re Oe- boa, station where it will be trip to Colon. asking Hammatold himself to Tuesday
et vely wl pite aMd etch boaed by Civic Council repriw 7:0 p.m-Balboa Cristobal take te Initia e with the (NEA Telepoto) 930000
,highlight f the dai xacti- '4 pm 'Concert by Balbo a Geng Ealeratlisimonteh the Secre- dWh
ovla f edca bctre rbai y t General visited the Red uAi0a a nAaom
moplat the Balboa Helghts tion site at the Balboa Helghip band. wil be part of the re- ChiTna capital to confer with Arrt tfols s thaNatlond Guna o Ncaragua. from Tr
Raad sallUon for locomotive Raad-Station. ceremonies Chinese emier and Foreign only men that it beone to e iona uar o whether
299 0.S .m. 8 rin arrive Minister Chou En-lal on release in
The ceremony will begin Imn- at oa H is station. past Representatives of several 0f of 11 American airmen Jailed in n.
mediately after* the arrival of leave- and go to the Railroad Unlons. In the Ca- China of "spy" charges. TO The
the special train omi Coon. d low.Th nal zone wil on These sources recalled that Tr s Thrdh Canal To
ov. jTmS. Awillm preside ftillae pro R the, moqumen to a HamakskJold,on his return
over th ciW.tal ou.pre 4 esof te Rat- Ratiroad's oundets t rrow from Pelping, said the door to r
Robe H e att. COmp- ,ad's mploy as, and prei- Mateman as bf the ,lere- negotions with Red China fM de Available To Zonaons the first
Sor ,' R l n be se on the spk. monies c s" S op ned nd can be I
o{]fAna f* er Ambas- era' tand. tenniWotOal kipt open." tpproprrt


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SHINGTON, Jan. 27 (UP) Responeible so.
lay said it was too early yet to speculate on pe
ns Congress will employ to provide the $1,50M
in the annuity payable to Hnm6 for the ui
ao Zone. ,
a increase was provided jr in the new treaty.
anam6 and the United States, signed in Pane
y. The annuity was boosted from $430,000 to 4

iether the increased annuity will continue to co
easury funds, as the present annuity does,
it will be obtained by other means, such as n
al tolls, are subjects set for Congress to take
e question may arise when Congress begins c
on of the treaty.
nay not arise, however, until the Preidentmf u
budg*containing q request for the higT
ion. T m woild be the first budget after
,!ntWct br*xchbRPofr ufcaionsen
agfriprnenjL *.. ''..


Al tr-nS tlM,.W il
whistle6 oite" Old as they
pass the
Events e dey "ow
7:30 a.m. t he
Balboa HeleaUa. taon
by 1 eprei aves the
and Scots o Atr
the. -itdratMI al Boy'fld arl
Scouts.
2:S30pm. leprientalea offle
railroad unls will lay wreath
on the mou hnP t lftIMaint H.
Aspnwsl, Hnry p ey,-and
Jo n L. tep0ens n rThe g10 de
of the Hoteels an
3:35 p.m. 8salno. co
memorating oad
crossin of the
Colon ae. ai mbe
drawn .by a sceai To


Dedicatory Prayer' -
Rev. Paul H. -W. Olander
pastor, argarits U non
Church'


cha on
Remarks- rad deV. Sill CObduc
retired Pa1 & iana boa, re
Compa eploe th
Message- Itoberto Ifertematte sengag
Comptroller General, patch
oir of
pum 01 4'z rAziuJan


RepubRC1 WPaMrnm
HimnO Naconal de la
Repablca de Panami-
Joint -adboa tobal
High Sool Band
National at the
United NU of America-
Joint Rbboa-Oristobal
High BScool Band


Draft Dder Sre Rubinstein
S. -
Beaten80 orderedd In His Home

N W T K, Jan~ t6 has been oless o psetacular.
Serg u~ ban-bom R wa a educated In
nt ttalm fltae r convkt- EnIngld, au a one students
dr ia dbte and sialder threat In economic at d~ Nrilp tUn-
t deprt was tMind maru versity and entered the baking
doed, ibt lkft. I v- btadnM in Paris with ais breth-
ean* townD an" ay. or Andre. In' M he was expeled
paUc" ld ftesmtein, who from rance ,by Premier Pierre
live mm idf u_ W nu ta, etw Lavl an the' ground his apecu-
of ftoedtl8 e ltortion latlona we enoangering the
U nt a 'lty ',len *tain franc.
b egLasAfl M5thad bm Rublastein returned to Eng-
tpod close, aty to pro- land, ltcreuud hla sets and,
vent an uty. acquired control of a $6,000,0001
* bon d police said?, Manchuran rimean Corpora-I
*se a wd. disarrang-l on. H# converted the assets toI
*da f o a si n fo r pW Japanes ye and came to theI
and va le. United I 1. An asso-I
bl e of detectives Thomas cated 1.,00.000 wort1
nl.m. maid iRMnun'si hands of .enist tQt country in bolts


Rved to have be
ntne t *5o f h00
ialdatednmoBt of his
Companies. In


4tie.:krods of th.
Stel .on
SIn the wreath lay-
will be: Robert C.
I chairman of Lo-
Order of Railway
Harold E. Cham-
httng Dipvision 40. of
kl-o of Locomotive
'L. Barrier, repre-
tAmerican Train Dis-
belation. and the Or-
Telegraphers;
3ord, president of
A the Brotherhood
ce. of Wa y Em-
Shelton, rep-
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SBrotetfI.t Railway Carmen
of I .
Tm Gansalpne Library Mu-
seum has ar ed a display of
old w tig on the Panama
RaUlroa.ntaeobby f the Civil
Affairs uildiog.ln Ancon. These
inoludIta Jaral of William H.
SIdl o su ed the Panama
Railroad In ; letters from
John 0. Tra4*n"e, one of the
Railroad's ea&siea engineers, anI
Willam H. AiUnwall, founder of
the PaWna road; newspaper
ccountsa, y owed and brittle
with geof the opening of the
raproad;and l arge collection
of ahooa d maps.
.awua u_"lre4 maps and
phot Opbs iar display In
thel Crnotlha.tti La Beca U-
braries wle the smaller U-
braries are dsplaying photo-
graphs and newspaper clip-
A small railroad layout and
model engines, including proto-
types of Old 39 and a modern
Diesel- tc, ae on exhibition
in the lobby of the Balboa thea-
ter. This play was arrangedd by
the Canal Zone Society of Mod-
el Railroad Engineers.
SBALBOA TIDES


lftAY, JANUARY 28
HIGH LOW
4:30 Lm, 0:28 e.m.
4:92 pb.l 12:45 p.m.


Dilpbmatie quarters ber teg-
gusted the U.N. N ecurlM=ll
might ve Hammartjold I
chance o maneuver before em-,
barking on "a broader course
such as a firm resolution."
Authoritative sources said
"consultations have never been
mere active than now to find aI
to end the (Formdsan)
ting."
In London the peace effort
'wa proceeding on two fronts.
Foreign Secretary Anhony
Iden scheduled his second
ue*ting within 24 hours with
Ipdlan special delegate Krla..
nan alon. Two days he
ale w Inlaa eCom-
mindleer Masb tadit.
In- another move .pnnect
with cease-fire efforts, New Zea-
lasn Prime Minister Sidney
H rd derived here from Wash-
Ingtn for talks with British
leaders.
While his visit was connected
with the commonwealth confer-
ence plans, his office issued a
statement saying:
"New Zealand Is determined,
to play its part in reducing ten-1
sions in the Formosa area.
Consultations looking to this
end were reported In progress
in Washington and at the United
Nations, according to the British
Foreign Office.

Playground Funds
To Get Boost
From 3-Day Casino


Efforts to increase the fund
allotted for the construction of
children's playgrounds in Pan-
ama City will beresumed this
week with a benefit casino at
El Raneho beer garden.
The three-day weekend ben-
efit will get underway at 7 3e
p.m. tomorrow an d continue
nightly until Sunday. The reg-
ular easier games of black-
Jack, roulette, craps, eta, will
be played. 0


1 ot, J. j, otmei u oz u5f .
Imbtrn P Ee S. OM",o
Vou=t e -,i.

The Goveior stated that the
jerry would be made available as
soon as possible for the use of
employes 4d their families for
orientation trips hch would
take them o amboa through
Pedro M el and Miraflore
Locks to Bao or vice versa. A
trial trip will be arranged n the
near future to determine the
number of employes who might
be Interested.
The two-d d President Por-
as, which recently painted



Fined tS InC

For YagW
A barefootlr namanin who
was picked .pain the -Canal
Zone totinKg. rlaptag with
two 14 ft. board n his
back, plead not guly ti
morning in Balboa Magis-
trate's court L a charge of va-
grancy.
The-bushy ired, short, de-
fendant, MaS ino Vep, w as
fined $15, butwent to to.
serve out tlf. fine which he
couldn't pay./
He said In e rt he hadn't eMt-
en all day ymterday, and wS
wandering a Mnd the CAmSM
Zone to "pick-Up" anything i
could find.
The arresting, policeman found
him at 7 p.m..outside Morgan's
Gardens walking with theh"y
boards on his ead. Vega tod
the Jude be.badn't worked tn
six months al came in m
the Interior tn '.of Sona tolive0
with relatives Panama.
The lumber 1 allegedly pick-
ed up in the .Oayton dmp.


SBuckingham Palace I rked As Word Gets Out

. About Philip's Underwear And 'Bald Spot


Bri SLNDN te 4r7 a'- Claeurnse -. p's for- Woratim n
I mt t'us has- "TI't. 1k anna ..ML ---eniBMU im_ ... C


m Stnor
laewtrs
'am 4
t qsk


to communicate In- Dean. of hope British. newspapers. w
r to the press. In the book, the valet relays act on it.
=nam number have intimate Information about his Followingls sample of DOes
Mae trust repos- -employer. 'atty directly
I ef pect does He confides that "his under- his book G tn Prins -
afM atsuch a ear wouas monotono ... white[ "unite Prine Phil-
iond tu a open-weave underpanta" and 19 is Ima nt o
w es Coun- -m"s ecs weoe tn of dan." mtoug the r table
." I The press l a elf-pol- that I I.tvery thin.
l aa the un- Icing bo0dy of UrlU newspapers hi Tt combed jui
=at ws ar-eMruT hatLt i a-ota-ht to or#-the blbesa
-Me ten-.lIal report thSt has ras- bMt aoMM.If he had
of a sn- been thbeea-tom for =nmembe*e. @ St be- w I ,,T,, .
low 6- 9 a m.e.
~hdoes O ko is- -


tles eon s wll oti y t the fal Whing n tpage oiAht




for necessary lnspections and 11 under a one-column hee-chm 3S3
other dui.es. line reading: "U.S., Panams l
the action, de honed o pro i new Cd alp the al Crentr oforrl y


Gamte rer efc to eency ansurdn e, as h or-e. with P m-
treate ad a weporkd town for has n





Gorly, it Was oitedmi
There W be one local rate newspapers in this a on the United Pm m
clerk on full time duty at the nn of the treaty o
ambo ofe and one U T NewYork Timesportedhe
rate employee will visit that story n a Panama dispatch treaty boost l
fice for one-half day each week from its correspondent on page
for necessary inspection and 11 under a one-column head
other duties. line reading: "VS., Panama V l
The action, designed to pro- sign new Canal pact. Count ry .l o S ei
mote greater efficiency and, e
savings, was.tken prvoul fr end lons Plan rt
stun and h2a 9 worked sattlo.nc-
torilY, it I ote4.cs l Sa
ger nghous of the Mar-ato Deld or ra on olkstt o a t m
ming poolm. fur.Matga seybold


stated teat the mpoo w not inan-lde o ts e r n ot or
elude oni thePresldlts bo- csderane Is s u le dn ve or saeen ytoea t i



states o mgresa 1 Pterre Mend es-Frr snceent be- d Saturda morntin ad
Otherltopcs dued at the fre a Joint meeting of tw lock in Los Rio, I ".

meeting iluded the change French eate ttees oda annou nce t li


oastre bxre e en- s Piqued behuse Germany ap 'K, '-
operatg hours o the Margarl- to plead for ba wtiitin the s i
Friday nights nd with be clsedlis considering putting off its ad will not be for bun


Ith Soviet decree vto fmrma e, Y chance are sIU better ta. een will be, a tla---teac.- ,i- fm
at 1:0 p.m. saturday nights.d- dtbote eOGerman 8 ho stasf etmt dte
Ieffective ---It4; the lt tioI ug ho t e fy a o o
of a street "ttqr box at the en-i Piqued because Germany "W with thea t
trance of o and the Ipered to be winning theeInter- hich the Will Uw '
fecting of so* & improvements national Alphonse-d -Gaston they ntr out a
to the tiled ar by the former ame, many Senators were re de em sfth
srgi ao l tht it can an old off Frances rush toward 8 oI
be u wed so a Rusin d rink., to b t ast
hea ratified the Saar agreement. Intrhper m od
The debate is scheduled for lugaamways t
F" k o Redsi Monday, but these Senators had sretsOn-IL--g
planned a drive to shave it off On appro 1st"op a
until the end of February. the necessityIB
TheAg eig RIto aThef aFiig a nd De- i rules in l a

Na U decision will be an indica- hiAs 4=
tion of whether the Senat will a E
BERLIN, Jan. 27 (UP) -Easteventually ratify. In .
German Communists said today .Assembly observers said the tsa
the Soviet decree to terminate chances e still better than even -
the state of war with Gerany that the will a ove the
liqpases chances of normal re- great the suns itb
atius between Russis and Wes to be turning agotae m av-
ormanms. arable to ra s _.S ..the s
In a front page editorial the situatlea might have t. t, ddJ M
Communist Party organ "Neues self y the t.he are
Deutaschmland" indicated the So- debated trby the full as" .
v t might acethe way for dl.- _ _
.rert negotltoa between thel
Aw"and West GermIM. Brandon Eisenmann
At the same time, the Cam-
s announced they wiRecuperating From
A up their fight against r-
tificaton of the .Paris Puts for traffic Accident. ....
rearming West Germany and .. .
said th have proposed to set Panama bdmuasIan Br n-
up an a ll-German comiWtoe to do l aU who was badly
block ratification of the western I nJured in an.. automobile aI-
Iacords and press for ualta- dent Several days ago,isin -
tion. pirating today at the San Fu-
The most tt minmianm of ln c.

entire Gerum inso received body bre .tw _
an -tl-Qaimdatw Sant a-Clanm."non fo t
ao n of Ger. ad turned over loM O
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Labor News
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Comment


'Who Says There Isn't Any Room?"


I.X ______ __' .0 MONTHS.,.----.-; Ao |'. 00 M .. E. 7
1 oN VSAR. IN ADVNCZ 18.50 _4.00 By VICTOR RIESEL
IS- OOThe nation's labor unions, as ar ho pto
YOU, ORM -W Cgroup, take in almost half a billion
dollars a :,ear. got at
This money comes from dues, r et atda
B l_ U P AA ^ 1 R C^asssninm s ann u inatxnb lees. the Omer ev 1tH.
tM A IL6For some years now, scholars, .
poiuclans, lauor critics and la- ae.was
bor's champions, have been search- siltger
The Mail Box is en open forum for readers of The Panama American. ing for a figure wmicn would accu- d tom
are received gltefully and are handled in a wholly confidential raLely estimate the labor move- times g
Lr. 1 ment's income. Now, for the iirst" t i
If you contribute a letter don't be Impatient if it doesn't appear the time, an authentic .nationwide arde riv l
Sdey. Ltter n e published In the order received. stay has been mace whicn can ue grd lri
Ptweg try to kep the letters limited to one page length, used as a basis for discussion ofo r tr o
of-ptiy *Urtwwriters islbeld in strictest confidence. the moneys available to 149 oe tne 's ot l I
This ewpepe ssume no responsibility for statements as opinions country's international and nation.- .Sam ra
sased i letters from readers. al unions and tneir i0,000 locals. during -hich i1a e
- The year-long study was com- ey at Mr. President and Mr
+ + BApleted this week by the National e am, she sudden pounced UI Ia Dlx0B-Yate -.
tTREATY PROVISIONS industrial Conference Board under the' sedate an d solemn s eni WeW t.
ethe direction of its economist, fromn Arkalms ho wa lt
a The immediate effect of the new treaty will be to penalize the direction o i economic among ta wbte-and ta
=- anamanians employed in the Canal Zone. They will be subject .aesBambrick.ny the figures sub- guests ihetea
Income tax, and they will be deprived of commissary privil- mitte analyzing g the umonst hems sub- uet the hiT the lightly .. t"ht
ie' selves, the NICB researchers con- ,abbr l h elkne w ptlle ahyo
To counterbalance this, the treaty envisages the adoption of elude that almost $33,383,207 Is ot ate dance floor. a had t to
sl g gle wage scale which presumably will compensate, at some -d n dtat almost b $-3,li2 ... .br. The owl-he countenance wfoh
ture date. for the immediate loss of take-home pay resulting b o a l aed eountbehnonb eore ar -oM ,
onm Income tax and curtailment of commissary privileges. ship estimated to be about 94 eerimmed laseut from during the M e. y, a student at M
It is reasonable to believe that those drafting the treaty did iercentofime nation's union arthheirings flush e j st a bi S s an
ot, and do not intend to discriminate or impose hardship on opercet of then earde waluzed, sang and at ometlngn, -om. -vo tW
y particular group. However, their failure to make loss of The researchers reckon that this i ade waltzed, sang and ure are, ing n '
o mlisary privileges and liability to income tax become effee- is the "minimum" amount of dues
concurrent with a compensatory wae increase, does have collected. h, stor," she cooed in one. Mrs. nutson's 2O00
at effect There is additional money taken be heard by evhisperyone. c"You're .Minnesota n athe
Accordingly, it is suggested that such a policy be adopted in wnic is not mcluuea in tne sbe heard by everyone. Youre en.
irouirh an exchange of notes between the two countries con- study. Add to the dues the funds rang. ou u e so beauty. do ward trend ofe
ced. taken in as Initiauon tees anu you Dar hg she breathed,you moment
To Initiate the action, it is suggested that local rate un.onto reach up to the half billion mark. terrther Wny g.oa c we tea en intend fo Prednt hhls eery
make representations to the Panamanian Government to adopt Of these funds, tne boaru's econ- together? Way go back to the Sen- body romp ldent EpIepaer
>d coordinate such a policy with the U. 8. omIsts figure, that the local union etim. d.owbys an lue d go s piupagin.
Action would appear to be a responsibility of the Panamanian headquarters keep some $239,00,- "You're simply running. . oy lened the stuatie
evrr.ment, as the welfare of its citizens is involved. Moreover, 000 annually. This gives the na- Are you married .... """If you knew the prices my dairy
/ability to tax and curtailment of privileges represents a U. tional and international union of- The senator from Arkans and gra farmers are getting in
concession which the U. S. could not very well qualify at this flces about $194,000,000 on which to danced Onh wr a s okede se says. "I tamt aisand
ottage. On the other hand. the U. S. should have no objection operate. "And where is your*gtfe l I'meialost en tire o h I Ln
making an adjustment, as the morale of its employes is in- These are the offices headed by Hidgare, as ane finally relaa l 'm tne mpaigning
itoed. such men as John Lewis Waiter --. .....him. he are in Wsa gton."
The only group affected by such % move would be the Pan- Reuther, Dave Dubinsky, ack Po- NOTE -oro V gett into peli.
n merchants. In that regard it should be pointed out tofsky, Jack Knight, Dave Beck, *L: V ote The 9enatoa-+ said oH, e ties. Mrsi Kutso farmed' and
i t they have everything to gain anrjothing to lose from the George Harrison, Jimmie Petrillo L. lDOf Y p ointed.- withs. hus tfl fib l taugs I ho.ringr i a.st ar .
tv, as contrasted with the lmmedile situation of the local and the other famed labor leaders. ar Ms. cCL lan W* a t- pign, a far lbor leader intrI
at worker. Equlty dictates that treaty benefits to be derived by Thus, more than half of labor's right behind. duced er as folowst "Many d
o should be concurrent. income stays with the locals, ete "suay wn I iih dancing early monn, I ha ee Co
Sould be concurrent. Professor Montessori The surplus l from the $94,000 Ed n with such a ha man, I ks oth forty rumnng a t o
f 000 at the year's end, plus interests hn," sne annoutca. -eriaps n or climbing a b edwire fene.
SHAM JAM and investments, are what build up deference to Mr. McClllaa. What m it a
Sir: such international union treasuries WASHINGTON (-NEA)- For American Federation of Labor's The general trend, however, i sor McuLellan got no Jass, lady." -
I have a Zenith Trans-Oceanic. Practically every night as John L.'s miners' $52,000,000 the first time, Republican analysts League for Political Education has considered significant. While only
atmospheric conditions are favorable, I pick up on the 31 and Dave Beck's teamsters' $35,- are ready to concede that the in- recently revised upward the num- 16 million out of their 64 million NION AND. ABURN AMAOLD IN IA3K
r band M.C. 9.625 and on the top split second scale (0-60) 000,000. fluence of the union labor vote and her of friendly senators and rep- workers in the U.S. civilian labor ....... U
3 to 34 the following: "Paramamb calling on trans-meeter the activities of organized labor's resentatives elected in 1952. In two force belong to organized unions,e of the'evening as a UN Secretary Geneal Dg a
Sto ll These funds do not include the political workers are an imper. lists 182 instead of 176 pro-labor this minority has learned gradu- toast by Preskllsenhower to markjold complaled t oSecretary
sten l te a the' voice of a woman. However sometimes compact actively small parent AFL tant factor in U.S. election results, congressmen and 41 instead of 40 ally how to throw its plitial he tonur gu YurniY Dul s last we ik that vital nfor-
Is a man's voice, and when the voice can't be tuned In, there or CIO. treasuries, which run in It is conceded that the so-called pro-labor senators. weight around most effectiely to Two daXs had given mato was ng withheld fro
a terrific interference or "jam." the neighborhood of some $2,000,- labor vote was influential in elec- AFL-LLPE points out that 60 national, state and local elections. a aunner in or of Vice rresi- him.
I hae logged the call from two to three hours, generally 000 eacn. Therefore, the financial ting many candidates who this per cent of the Senate candidates The Cohgress of Industrial Or. dent Nixon, at the end of which he In their ee
m 8 till midni ht. m two o e strength of American labor lies in month took office as state legis and 56 per cent of the House can- ganizations Political Action Corn. m not propose a toast to the guest marskold po ly nl for
Will some good radio fan inform men what Is the "que pasa"? the local unions and the interna- lators, governors and members of didates it endorsed were elected mittee was a whipping boy for of honr. But to Rayburn e did. not pping in advne
Zenith Tional offices, the new Congress. Putting it another way, 18 cut of Republican campaign orators lan ot trounbd the aosence of the about to secret wh
affThis- explains why AFL or CIO In no case cair It be said that endorsed Senate candidates won, the Franklin D. Roosevelt era. But t-a to Nixon by saying that this alissimo Chian shek.
S... affiliates can act independently of aut, pro-labor members control, and 152 endorsed House candi- CIO-PAC was not taken seriously was the first time an official im-
SPuzzle their parent orgazations in Wash- any state legislature or anL state's dates won, as a political force nor was it ner was given to Rayburn; that Under this agreement, Chiang.
Animal CrCk fM. taitle .d ioir t engress.e "e t re Thes is seen as t e re This Iseen as considerable ad.conside too effective. official tot wer reserved or promises not to attack the ne
1 c r Mu, this mone- f.Sp are fr expressed can vace fro h h Congress. Whet Er wa gn dignitaries. maand without
Is p the employeee ty opinionuat tn present d's con- when organed r could claim cted i t a ret w But, ne continued, "the Presi- airiot. ilemManaakj61d
Cto nationall o ti nue, union labor control of the only 83 friends In the House and proof that thre was no abedent cal bre qk
S SS ^i whaw ths cal e Democratic partylk even a U.S. 25 in the Senate. eS. Today CIPC pokme S
b t dues off. For example, Gen Labor party are possible. For the In governorship races, the union ly t. w ihl esh f raony from e it'
Sio eral s recently sent the CIO Republicans, this poses a problem labor vote is given credit or ni members who switched vote s r c the
3nonm0berUnhteo Worsersieadquaroers earbirn"-oebenhhewtced-
Gr ridge United Workers headquarters of how to win more union labor blame --for the election of such nd helped elect lsenhower. dent. la to
i 4 brn l a check or $840,000 representing su ort. candidates as. Averell Harriman r te Amere l
I Cool one mo s dues deducted auto- alyses of last November's ~a New York, Abraham A. Ribicoff In 1954 elections, it is believed But I don't mes to imply " _tis_, _i'_
Se olo e Western ltte, matical from the corporation's elections; looking p aiily at the in Connecticut, G. Mennen Wil- most of the union labor vot went he added slyly, "tha he was in
better Sage workerpay. union labor vote influence, are still liams in Michigan and George M. Democratic again. An Impdrtant congress woan I wasb orn. CHS rS Reh rSe
SImpudent The U.S. Steel Corp. sent a not yet completed. But the high- Leader in Pennsylvania. factor was unemployment. Of the The Presidltwen t on t say
fabric (col.) monthly dues check-off check tolights are so readily discernible In all, the Democrats took 27 21 House seats which Democrats that e was glad iem Ryban is F r Tim '..
S Readable 28 Charman's Short letter Dave McDonalds United Stel- that they show a pattern. governorships a gain of seven- took away from Republicans, 18 back as speaker. Perhaps es didn't wlil
3rMoUti I0 toPassage in mallet 47 Notion workers of America for nearly U. S. Senate races in which the but not all these can be attributed were in labor-surlu s areas, notice that a wry smile appeared t "* .
eit the brain 30 Encounter 48 Masculine 500,000. labor vote held at least the bal- to a labor vote. AFL-LLPE aiW CIO-PAC each on the face of ex-speaker Joe Mar-T f Win er .
11 oMYawn 31 Royal Italian nickname Some of these funds are kept in ance of power, gave victory to the Similarly, in state 'legislature raised more than $1 million in tin. The Republican whom Sam
I'ArmAtive 16 Gap family name 50 Aim the central international treasury. following Democrats: Paul H. races, one preliminary count in- campaign funds this year. 'Half succeeded. Or perhaps he did. Reheamals re underway for
H& reply 20 Singing voice 23 Exterior 51 Vegetable The rest are redistributed to the as of Illinois, Patrick V. dicates that the Democrats took a was used In national and half in Anyway, thoe President added the presntataion of "Time Out
4iu4 Health resort 22 Tardier 35Pedestal parts52Chinese locals MeNamara of Michigan, Hubert totalof 545 seats away from Re- local elections. This would Indicate with a grin: For Ginger" on Feb. 11 and 12
13 Distinctive 24 Box 40 Less difficult mountain .. H. Humphrey of Minnesota, James publicans, and lost only six. Just only about two million union labor "Well. .almost glad." in the Cristobal High School
flavor 25 Unalloyed 43 Roman date range The check-off, by preventing any E Murray of Mcntana and Rich- what the labor vote influence was members at $1 apiece su. At the White House dinner for auditorium.
20 Title 26Amends 45Eaten away 55 Compass pint delinquency n dues, tos a great ard L. Neuberger cf Oregon. In these results is still under study. porting political activity. Nixon two days before, the res Tiket are bel sold for
source of strength to the central dent had Mrs. Nixon on blh right each and childr-i lrades til'
32 Play il offices, It is this type of dues col- ana cnattea coraiauy wih netr us. der sixth will be admitted for -SV
baseball election which the "right-to-work bn d. Butte Presde t knew that cents if the are sed
Mexicanlaw" champions are fighting and i he had proposed a toat ixon by their parents.
over which there will be so much the thirteen Democratp present,
M +.'spage "- --bitter feuding this year. These laws w
restrict the cues check-off in manyW lW l l IY ould almost have choed.on er Taking In the lay are
Si s instances, champagne. omMark Sugar, n rtrayirlthe Lrath
Afrkt The National Industrial Confer- o- WASHINGTONWHIRL
telithe e nce Bo ard study di sclos ed1that the MEMOS OF A GIRL FRIDAY news about P.O. the day before better'n fellers, For a reason worn. . Mrs Carol, the mother.
i b mU highest dues I I- are paid by $18,000 to^ you did ... Haw! ... You merely en will not appreciate. They have A mysterious thief swiped the The children e Margaret
1 Pnch $19,000-a-year Airline Pilot Assn. Dear WW: Marilyn Monroe's at- made it public a thin layer of fat under the skin, nameplate off "Veep" Alben Barx- Leigh, Sally Morlnnd, andKath
it er (AL) members. This runs u. p t torney called. Said he was unhap- -- which acts as anr insulation agent ley's door. Commented the new Hamilton as Ginger, Joan an
Theth$ I5 be t initiation fees are py about the prediction that her Oscar Hammerstein and Josh Men don't ... Oh, I have scads Kentucky senator: "Someone eith- Jeannie.
tauryplt h a e hi sallt indetn dent publicity would worsen. But it did Logan read "Ankles Aweigh" by like that. Frinstance: Shrimps er likes me or hates me.". . Other In the cast are Ben
chae bnioy asall d the riendly a few days after you warned Za- Eddie Davis and Guy Bolton (star- nake more noise than whales. President Eisenhower confided toPavorlte as iddie Davis; Robert
.ci. ey of .Eravers.and Sketch- nuck it would. Hedda ran a long ring Betty and Jane Kean) and in-. (Source: U.S. Navy) visitors that one of his pet annoy.- aa as Edward Hoff-
Siety ngravert nO's Marint- blast, Louella did one, too, (not as vested heavily ... Playwright ances is the 18th hole at the Au- ian, bank president; and James
L, ....B benevolentt Assn Both rough) and several other coast Jane Anderson and zillionaire J. Esquire discovered a new author. gusta golf course. .. Wasngton Ambrose is Mr. Wilson, high
uBngions, r- $250,-n compared with scribes tock the studio's part ... Fortune Ryan are a date ... Bob Arnold ("Benny") Benson working street scene Altant President school prnp / y-
.i- I ie- ,tri $50 and the CIO Jack Kofoed did a long one point- Considine, Frank Conniff and in their N.Y. oiflees. The mag Sherman Adams, the thrifty Yan- en played
Steelworkers' $5 mg out that DIMaggio a ways Sloan Simpson have a new pro- printed his short sto and that kee, glancing furtively both ways, by tarle i and LLe,
P A $200 Initiation fee i asked by showed up for the game, even gram on ABC-TV Sabbaths. "Let's enough of it to laud m In a large then duckintg into a shoe.repairth ma portryed by
+:IP""ut" '*,+' Lf __ -' --the AFL's Elevator Constructors when his heel gove him agony, Take Sides"'-a breezy panel ... editorial in the current (Jan.) issue shop . Dixlecrat Senator Strom Vhna Dil
U ion which has the land's highest etc. . Oh, well. Godfrey's hav. "Festival," which opened at the But before the next issue hits the .. .
accidntal det rate.Itsmem r ing trouble with his troupe. Berle theater "Tender Trap" was forced stands Mr. Benson will be unem-
ath aciewta death e. h i member rse ca with his sponsor and Marilyn with to quit, left me ho-hummy ... played! What kind of arith. etc SaDE GLANCES By Colbrnith
S.folds J you towering above the her studio. These days it doesn't Remember Brenda's friend who is that? ... How come you didn'tl
.. "steel iSeletons which support build- a to be a success gave the cops on Park Avenue all mention that Lester Lee and Ned ...
---- that trouble with his fists? I hear Washington wrote the son ou?
S' ings he picked on the U.S. Navy in a liked to much, "Pine of "
A The lowest dues and initiation Nothing in the papers yet about Rome bistro and now has a bent ... Virginia bwyer, the teevee l |. .
feesarT e ch"rgedseso .s the well known society woman, beak. soap a, ngd her chnel
K(10NBAB I has 9,750 nem bers. marrying a Nobody. Foolish mama You recently gave an orchid to in town T e playboys thefted othe rX 8
FRVKERA A NA A None of this money is to be con- is on the critical st The con- Mary Anderson in "Lunatics and te f sw-ga urses at
B LCKlwCPl.lIl nADSUlN L, 3, Al,, fused with the P2,000,000,000 now firmation that Dorothy McGuIre Levers." Her husband called from cocktail poddy. Averaging $5 the ____
in labormanagement welfare and reconciled with her husband (like Hollywood and said: "Thanks. I purse, rodent
B"' BREWERYmVAT ni~) ,r Pension funds. This study Is con- you said Sunday night) should re. hope such plugs open the eyes of Murs. tirng Eu l (L A n n
+is O ATION*AL B EWERY INC,) corned ust with th day'by' mind te AP and d p deniers cl the producers ut here so theY can Ms Ltorg lB-M (Lu An n ^Sr,, W +
income of the nation's uini0i--the your tee hee: "Never deny the avail themselves of her great act-sim of t Godfrey shows) Is
1 We w to remind yo that the re lar and launch campaigns c, n ki truele's p It mi ha t wi at b ac me th disiovere Taen
.Asen*ly of Slobholdr wll be held in The Gaekwar f Baroda (his "'w's End. has as new book net ember of the ad' q' I
the Mffi t e pany, EoyA frau left him is consolin hlmelf called "Hallelujah, Missisppi." It a y ... Art Feow (Selaick
gAja t tb, on Monday Jan,- wtMAKE I 5alleri na My rna MalenkoHf f is due the booked shops tomor- righy.h,, r for (aJi l 1i ok't


u"a ,.oe oury P insn. Mo wn nrn95-tv s ora n- ; b(of the e V A over. .r f ....
5th image. Papa IV veteran com-nuit es. hut (,1.-tvu .ihellpv has.bet werld for a year. All he'ssen Of
u m'mentator Kaltenbom's son G o Io .... "';'-- r l' p ,, .... which. h Ivw is r ewel wave
I ne 'the y*La of our saw Gene Tierne (or herloo many vocal stars disk'd. The late WiSgiby Is thell gS W .4w
me~danewitih ntheedalike) with Dr. 6. Cressman in A... .h -- A -1r-I Treh free's Rii. .0 wpCltiP only
AM ""a. meeting cannot lbe d un- Hick's Vic Mature's new bay sone Did you know Ufe' mov- m W l2didn't wlnSt to live off her
bee is a starlet named Ann 'M1r. v ...... r-nths In% reputatln .
lux n of the .I..imber ^ row .. .Cartoonist Chas. Addam; advance? (What's old?)
th iaev re preetore pou haeun drawing this news: RN, w Arlcb. who 0CvSu' e 5g e
aMaude Coffin, a show-gal at the' .... tt tb- French are upI %(adL tewar) bsbe.--'i ld
Sdat least one-half of theap- Vegas Sahara, just married Jim in-arms over PremierMm% 'a"h ow bW) W
re ted. Dozen of the bride's suitors held7 - - .- '- la
their own private funeral .. ] did most to make milk ieaiM l
don't say Gloria Vanderbilt is7a a" r o as he le
d to eoIa stop ....over the Ip r..... ......d.. i- -N- wa

":lmm 1611311 YUe11t l ayou l Idt iN. Y. Times keeps sayingev-Y. ,ow (they call It '1e'. ,i o.Ol
his-beau-tifuI i n l ma nlufa iSAYidaV: "Follcuing Winchel's tale, ,na.t the' em War. mn.
-' Meoron P. 0. the fioek at pn M- ar. n"+"k"
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Said. aicomu ti" f ought te lp e. Nor
ovat tensions wfth e '41 h can we ah r l by name T w
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cap et. c auntries are a oftheir eby'. a work- flictJatled to' s e with-
to athat ae.n. aml and l r disac ent and drawa,as topnmander ol United ry .....* U''V
er a belief on peac ld decried rieent state- Nati ..force. OO
S rt of se cilic ou.- aht in Whingtoi that the na.- Tualpg to 4tis country' parti- all Colon 800
lAat the Sovit are prepar- tlon.mup on years or cipaton in world affairs. he said. Cu r I 1
ta: 4acl ata ." mofe, preparag war as a "We are the B0roaest nation in JU I I U I
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SUS NSA Service Tdramatize cited child problems,
whether the3 entail thrashing on
V~EJLAND (NEA) If you the floor or chewing on the drap-
"alxkod Into 'De new Parents' series.
Workshop at Fenn College all-un- "At first, parents are reluct-
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A me cf the Cleveland school dren," Bard said. "However, they
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ings-on you'd see f u 11-grown nile dilemmas."
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Spanking each other. while acting parents hold the
Stalking angrily out of the room, stage the rest of the class makes
4la mng the duor. decisions as to cai'ses and reme-,I
l1Mg defiance, then refusing dies for such child upsets.
6 be-the. "Seeing thing acted out, par-'
Sucking'their thumbs. ents are able to understand rea-i
L 'Ruing tantrums. sons leading up to a crisis," he
S king over tables, said.
i" Dashing plates against t h e In previous experiments with!
fsbt'tir. a similar class at Children's Aid.
All this is Fenn's first-timeI Society, the ratio of attendance
P cMourse in child behavikrism, ofter- was 80 per cent women, 20 per
a-li parents a chance to get to. cent men.,
geher on awkward piohblem sI But in Fenns Parent Workshop
They're eicounteing in bringing there are only two mothers, all
up Junior. the rest are men
Psychologist James A. Bard of V a rio u s parent-educa t i o n
Tozn' is the professor. He selects groups in the city are observing
parents in the class, has the m the new Fenn course with keen,
A' -d) a r ah forward and if. not morbid interest.


JUVENILE BICKERING AT TABLE Is ated out by parents Bar-
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sons) at child behavior workshop-at VFan College, Clevoland.


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Rex Harrison
And Wife Deny
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Carnival Queen Maritua IXwill LONDON, Jan. 27 (UP) Rex
raise the blue and white Car- Harrison and Lill Palmer made
nival banner during the Sunday short work today of a rumor they
night buffet, magnifying the be- have separated.
ginning, of Hotel El Panama's' The husband-wife acting team
9556 Carnival season. .briskly denied the report by tele-
'phone from the Phoenix Theater
The usual public voting for where they are co-starring a-
the new queen will not be held. gaing in their New York hit,
However, pre-Carnival dance will "Bell, Book and Candle."
be held this Sunday and next, "Entirely untrue," snapped
during which groups may pro- Harrison. "Goodby."
pose their candidates. And what had Miss Palmer to
,say "Oly that you're crazy,"
The Hotel's Carnival commit- d she with a lting laugh.
Wte will name its choice for queen,"That's all, crazy. Thank youl
at the second dance on FobS. Goodbye !" '
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12L5RBur a few days, but plan to Ie
Texas, where bne w L enter Houston Us
6.igaaMn. Barlande Mode
foruThee
. a arewellto shi6- elleney, walk a
the Ambassador of.y to Pana- disousa
mi and the Baca &So 'awan
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rVan 'er, 1 has bN4wo .tra loW to power -
S.' serious and dedicated actress and a cre severe we o agony behind e .ow Mol, now that
iutefuu..... hoL e at e N e r dit Ceng s ee a 1 oit Hould n or -r p a ae forehdcs"
S -- ..-- .d- ter,- whih lly w i nore. -ese'., .. ... o. kn w t ain h .h..W
.. " career to clude moviesP, iSn spite aouh she has ahefuned twfenay eae d semor h e o ma : 1
.h. p'e.a ,reviews which lawyers b thlrreentm atCiore n that. ber t: ,llb a'r
,.s d' natic usin..d

The br unttcan .. so2 Cle7 yeaine K. Sre arb aT WWe hO a tolte of "
a nIeKhoroi e'ars The fire s, Pap. runs the first power :..
le det oekvr oe ~hel rerwprepseeeF lo, 'a i en b.
m- s : e ri ues" d dia heeda an ne abouthl:0ha.m. orto the ten- w inh h about omirf nio, ts Ra ,d't
r A ..p b e o e si. .two-w eeks proe vewr rnt. r t enbe3ehto se ee ,te h bei...
b re re ertoam r. o tambbis innspo ,odnr Ta'twe Mom enf hose
a^^^lisplay5 of Panamanian artsa Lise VatdrbthNe YhorCityeumead fin ath Mi re cu owe me r nla'or ded beha tha t o
Ster, which mentally was i hored esre d p elSb o l ad ita one hs o
SSf by te critcs' wlr last untol Sun- ,e smoke.. fl ato,,.-lde be- enoheqdpmntto -
ber namteqir. u p ib eo a.S- dey night. alree dted among the fea- tween rMsmt of -down a aoh sembr f r ti m"er h le ofma- c "
ed at d aosmyoShe ppeanreo with Franchot L to addtio in th uirenot nCitye hadsfd whpe-y h es hdrin. she htal rei ou. a fed.
beWts Meet WdeMsday Center. ty, in a brief dramatic s pk de d ed'bi t hr lars to Isae a few on a f couple ofr 0a arTti
eusTiused ayoIsartsinVherCit w firs tltt.uThe hete e w herr sent P apru ow.f de
S he Fort Clrry.t o reen' Wivea sketch hst Sundty night on nLBC e ei n twode oed With ut anprtoe Pa runs out ob id T '
aeb will e ar mntly television. It din't o over so well toncom h--re 4sFnt a d-be '. t athedowr euipen gis Rnd
Soorowednedaya te wih eritwo. o on.kleA3a1 rsh Bu in 0 nd 10N. to gatherpteof
hlayton ffledersl Credit U r cit 'u wiot die lae.tI dfter me Furthermore, Papa is right balk .
y will bh old Ois e vuleb at "Valiant and touching she may t oImroghte tI.a 'where he was befa1ire he bought
0 pm. i be, butathe fact remains that she e.-- r t e I Thbe fen toe it own the his first power too, restless and .
td'e Hprogram for the bfterpo r not professional," one reviewer l,. l ,,n, o hidfrntooe, .t woll t into in need o a hobby.t st i''t'play rm.
Ow/l., be an interesting frithre a h hrote. me in La.-n flan signmens txnd Pm abbred ad res- That's when Mama enses that
meaGao a Vanderbibter- cuJaed q YtheotheInat hrtownsofnotherstoem
di lbsBplay of PanaMaan arta D Mi Vanderbilt, who resumed l |am.b wA als -- cued the a power ded behnd the w
craft by Diana C A m r maiden name when she began ni he taken to a plt. ertool, and if anyone Is go to
Sbejapand the "lueaa eeour om- her a Leeateond, eartor Ao mn -~d t ae for treatment of cuta on m e r take over, she s elected T
Sed. attedi trtonc may hrm gr usanlrad condutor e=l a n adddon tde renrt on the ha nds ulereg'wn o he knook- So she tat dress aming up. he a
b de y-uhi Mrs. .Wm. pd Stokowkita still teu hel f r ae hotalag Increa.prevlously an- Ut S wiLndo. ect for Papa to do. Ann..htryo P
IVh -b e nt oo-Sl tste r, noon on. ends n actig career Is her nounced, sllghllh i of a recent te to et him started and then IryFg. I '
e rtes i n La Boca SCounho meeting were would be aolosed Without any to e him at a job unl t i B
le or s nBSe lves q ietlyn three la1 ad the announcement that clear- other provision. bei made or dhone sherall r aven ad t "
retoneotel in n hce has been obtained to play its transfer. f o wor robltfP. . . .
'n Meets Tomorrow roideten owth earet y fo er athletic games at the High Buildings 105X and 1054X 'ourveyh ahot saoyt te taa
FThe Gatun Federal Credit U- frietdsnowarescusualyfrm he .' mt hB ttoBcujcl ..ba'aarsot, t c id
..Cunb will hold ita annual meeting theter-,taddnherq escorts route ha ;en changed to a members were tolL Lddefami-n prdteo owleq ae pment byg
:lw t i etooon Friday night, commeencing at are most often actors. amore tonvenient one, and that lies living in thesePbuat hgs will ^ btth'd Qt w ftbsB oaer
en 7:30 pm. at the ainbow City the l rew libra.yI to be aet up at .not be transferred to La Boca actual Pa is righ tback
SStud Hfll. u- t brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. M. paraay o will be. one T O the most residences, but will be given as I've jast tiedto a ow
dyear ano dividends will be eral days in the Interior towns of School system. _"_""______________ -
laad. All memhes anr expect- Aguadulee, Santa Clara and El Members were also Informed BOT'fLE TO ITALY ,. ,. ..: -
r -- ca Occupational High School Last summer. Wilbur R. Green- -. ,
S(naaounbeUi Ekild-ena LefveF-or Interior basement has been approved, wood, 13, placed messages in tok 1tinahn Lonaon-
S- ets Toalght Mr. and Mrs. Wlfredo Eskildsen Proper lights are being In- eight bottles and tossed them into Weminster CA Capitol resIle-s '
p paralso Cimvic CQunc l.wY meet and theFor family have left for a stalled to m e Irek night games Long Island Sound. One turned dmup a
S Inthe science room thb pub- vacation at their home In Cerro such as volleyball, basketball elsewhere on the Connecticut TROPICAL ELECTRONICS F1DI&T a PIFDS' M
Ul school tonrght ah :30. Punta. and table tennis posslo i in the shore, and another was found by 4th S-No. 3 Tel 6
sl Reloe ts onere ie lcent ohirt- m a ide La B o c a School area, council a beachcomber in Venice, Italy. tool aPf
bOld, the rpt increase and the CubS.outs of America, Pack 6, athletic equrpmet has been loa
.raitu athletic equlpmWAll S rxt.S ha. bee n N
Sanrounce the enag.- chool situatn will given.o Cntoa' wil o r Bakte Sae atu secured for this p aurpo ose. r i e B A R G A INV
sir da9hta, Janeib, t Nomiation nd election f of-mthe Margarita Knighcot.aofrCoIum-I With. rear ....d.... tote o bn'rary, o S saramu
fiterr fothe' enSuiing term will.busHallln ..S..tr. Jarywa learned that approval hasi
Mra. .....Mrs.e k also I held. .h from 10:30 am. to 2:30 p.m. been given, and the La Bocausyn-I t for 5pato VAdIoD "i
m. On atuEday at St. Sc --hoO l0 library wlU be transfer- ... I
of the couple and ther T.G. Bembeneck and Mrs. Y. Still- (For more soCoey news please [red to the Paraiso area. Real-ntntledinlltartd inlth,
nturn to pt lae 7) n dente at enrst feared th library 1953 VAUXHALL four door Sedan -- only 0ncludn
M aduate of Balboa --- one owner excellent condition Low DRIVEIIN MENU


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ave Feb. 2 for Houqton,
university.
irn themes from "Tbh
Cornered Hat," the cake
Ad "Billy the Kid," wer
ed. The classic themes o
Lake "Giselle," and "Syl
ere also studied, with Carl
n. young and talented :tiud


Lawsons Entertak
For Young Daughters
Mr. and Mrs. Colia H. Lawson
of the Atlantic Side entertained
Tuesday at two birthday parties
e honoring their daughters.
e- In the afternoon, young daughter
e Stephanie Anne was feted by 12 lit.
f tie friends on her fourth birthday.
I- That evening, a afmily ar par.
a ty for 10 guests was wa )rWher
I- older sister. Patricia .* Ine, is


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Only....... .$90.00 0 O
Call Colon 800
SMOOT Y HUNNIC.TT, S.A.


Calls J. B. Soa No. 1t
o y..adi from.
4th of July Ave.
Tel. 2.3)12


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S or ofel City Colon Elks Receptiln ,
7 i teOd o -E Mm.
an. Teorrw.For Vfton Retnar F Inteifor '
The Grand Exhalted Ruler of California visitors Mr. and Mrs.
sawvas, expressang heart s t the Order of Elks, Mr. Wlliam J. H. V. Moore who have been spend-
v ofiati futuree and wellbe- Jernlck and Mrs. Jernick, with ing some timE in Gatun as house
in.f'the. .honored gA.ests were Judge James'T. Hallas, former guests of Mrs. Moore's sister and
se by the Italian Con9u,. Grand Exhalted Juler, and Mrs.
anid'Dr RositoP.er- Hallman., will be guests of honor
i Qpner mnager of the at a reception to be given tomor-
It.ld ne. row evening -n by Lodge 1414 at
ce. h. Ambead.or. their Lodge Heome in Balboa.
to eao P ess with Mn. hr Entertains
mar on Ani Ros...)MrRs 'Rcard E. Fifer of Curun.
.. a.d the Ba .biWa are di entertaine with a dessert card
alel e nearftu for their party early tais week honoring
* M San Sal.ador. Mrs. Josepihiti Pena, who Is leav-
.- big for -the -Oates next week. She
hits been here visitmg her sister,
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i-SEWING MACHINE

'.. VALUES!11
] Sliie, fuetherweiht.... 105.00
Singer. treede ......... .0,00
r' Sepr obktri. eMber.. 140.00
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DAY NI GHT I -,- .e-' -
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our regular ,te Nl-LOt go,.
I.Po.mhm City.


SUNDAY EViENING BUFiET
Gasiety an' Pan Panamanis style
(If O fe' m seen s the "tsambrto"
deands on't Maotf tf th event)
Satby;
w MCren.e Martin's Orchestra
S'.nd Que n's Murgp Band
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FOR SALE
Automobiles


AT AGENCIES COSMOS. Auto
Row No. 29, Panama, we have
for immediate delivery German
Fords in all types an d models.
Phone 2-4721 Panama.


ATTENTION aoto owners:-We
h ave for immediate shipment
1955 Models Ford Victoria
Coupe. Mainline Fordors, Cus-
tomlirre Fordors. 8-passenger Sta-
tion Wagons with Fordomotic.
Agencdas Cosmos, Phone 1625
Colon, Melendez Ave. and 16th
Street-Ybur Friendly Ford Deal-
er.
FOR SALE: Highway 8- ton
trailer, brand new. Apply at In-
versiones Generoles. S.A., Ave.
Jose Francisco de la Osso No. 38.
FOR SALE: 1947 Studebaker



FOR SAL: -- 1952 SudehakeIr
4-dr. Sedan. Radioe Black Paint.
Plastic Seat Covern. F.. $1.100.

FOR SALt: 1950 Oldsmobilte
2-dr. Sedan. Redie. Black Tain.
Black Paint. Pleti c Seat Cvers.
F.E. $750. SMOOT & PAREDES.
FOR SALE:-1951 014sm ebile-
81 4-dear Sedan., Nw Twa-tnme
PBlue Paint, New Tires, R#dl,
Plastic S*at Corn. Hydjamatic.
F.E. $1.260. SMOOT & PARE-
DES.
FOR SALE:-1952 Vauxhall 4.
doer Sedan. Radio, Black Paint,
Whie Sidewell Ti e. F.. $350.
SMOOT & PAREIS.
FOR SALE :-1950 Plymouth De-
luxe 2-dr. Sedarn Beautifully re-
finished in "Lombswool Creom."
New rubber. Step into new car
value instead of castoff trouble,
$750. Phone Gatun 5-579.
FOR SALE:-.-1954 Chevrolet 2-
door Bel-Air. Radio, turn signals.
Like new. Call 4-404.Pedro MI-
guel.


FOR SALEf''- 1938 Old nobile,
r cOdIttlon. Corme drive it,
S$5. PhdfrT i4"Iq Boa.


SFOR SALE:-Ford Cupe (Victe-
rida Hrdtop 1951 ) Reab.4o.excl.
lent condition. Leoving Isthmus.
Any offer over $700. Phone 82-
4127 or 83-2130.


Panama Line


Sailings


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LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR AOENT!


SEMBIA vRECIADQ I met He. :5
MOKIU8f. O O 4W 'July Ave. J *S.
FOTO DOMY
Just Arosemena Ae. and 33 St.
LOURDES PBARMAC!
1, 2 La Caseaquilla


COMMERCIAL &

PROFESSIONAL

if You Have a
SEPTIC TANK
Youa Need
SEPTI-SAN
A New A.ailmag Naturl
Waste Pest=e. sm
SOdI miOd ReDuc TlDv s M
a at Lp. Ceut. Mqer,'B ak
Gaurmtps 1r Sthtfawtoen.
GEO; F. NOVEV. INC.
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REFLEX see ehe
Swiss Reflex CStiers
You'll. buy


CASA Z ALDO
Central Ave. L4
FARMACIA EL BATURBO
No. 3 LoLzery Plaza
FARMACIA LOMBARDO
Fourth of Juiy Ave. _


FOR SALE
Household


FOR SALE:-Brond new refriger-
ator, 7 cubic feet, 25-cycle, for
$239 50. Apply at Imersiones
Generoles. S A Ave. Jose Fran-
cisco de la Ossa No. 38.
FOR SALE: Mahogany table, 6
choirs, mahogany bedroom set;
Beautyrest mattress; Bavarian
china set; 2 iron beds; stroller;
other household goods. 2476-C
Cocoh 2nd Street. Brula Road.
Phone Navy 3-069.
FOR SALE:-8-plece Rattan and
mahogany dining set $225; 3-
piece mahogonv living room set
S150; matching bar, lamp, and
chairs $35' curved glass china
closer $35; large mirror $20;
twin bcbv oorr.age $25. 794-0
Tovernila Stre Balboa.__
FOr SALE -A ex wringer type
wab rig machine. 25-cycle, 25.
533-B Chagres Street, Ancon.
FOR SALE--21 venetian blinds,
large exhaust Qr intake fan. ltun-
drY t.b, heater tank. 2-4482
Balboa. ,
FOR SALE: Wurlitzdr Spinet
pi-nao,.three years old, full 88 -.
not, with bench .5495: Crosley
60-Ocy. refrigerator $95; Wedge- .
woo* gas stove $45; kitchen u-"
tcnlls JttoJnle. teIl, copper bat-
ltos. ith othir kitchen wares
'75; t tnlopilio foam rubber
moRress. 6 inches with matching
coil springa-. $95- two modernl-
tic lamps $5 eoch: bamboo set,
9 pieces' $100; mahogany corner
tab!e with three chairs, rubber
upholstery, aqua color $150;
chest of drawers. Q0M. $14;
painted vonity with mirror and
bench $16, wall mirror 20 by 47
inches $7 dining room table and
sideboard. Q.M $22; carrier chi-
na cabinet $11; breakfast nook
table and four chairs $14: imo
berds. 9A, complete with inner.*
spring mattre's and heod-cobe-
nets $32. House 10104. 9'i
Street. Colon. "


FOR SALE:-One maple fold-up'
baby high chair, like new $8.50;
7 pas,.wItea. docron ruffled cur-
tasins, new, been used pnce only
$4; -one larbe abhmt.$rt*
porcelain 4-buinef fpas tove uv,I
one -b q any bar 4 S. 'Tel
3-4549 Ponaomo.
FOR SALE -s .
al buffet, i dill "lgtr bW,
metal desk, metal single bed,
youth bed and chairs. Call Belbos
-4370.


Marquee Oe nds

Season'sqnest

Win Streak Tkoiih


-The Panaas Of the P#A
S -I, NEW YORka.2(UP) < Line Is scheduled to ao sa
S 'i he- nation 'i b Mew York today with ti.4ij
S -I- nnin ntrel ha5s been sr ,,for- Cristobal and
ftw00Peln dMAga a booked fOr port
-- midyeara exaumina A il be ht
,.,u p a " "psed to. danger g.ml tonight The complete advance pai
FeArthur -when Marqutte vi U of gr list for CrItobal follow
r_ ..'"". " s the South.
th- S. Isaac BIasser; Virgil c. B
n lmo, sha t a~.. tee losing its.- a ian steh; 9 Shtrle"
,. se4atd -- 1osin ItS Eddy; MissIso I Fefttr;
SHteletdd remind a of the of the season, Marq a ddy; Ms ISsohu Pedar;
apd0 of our forces,' he said.stormed through. 1 straight arion Green: .Mrs. Jo0
games and soomedzdft ob pbu-m O ,uimb Mr. anE Mrs. Freds,
S -my comriac rity to the No. 1 ranu- Howledtt; Mr. and Mrs. H
riyoh Ntoe .Ingc'.. offman; Mr. and Mrs. L
e Amt mad That eans a u D.able-1 Johina;.. Irs. Alberta E.
w i16lW W*it whammy" sitma at awy be otto; rM. an Mrs. Cedric
wllg again t.the Wiir Mr.' Harold McCormack; Mr.
*o a to e clash at fPiti Odeas, JMrd. Edwin M. McGlnnis.
Jaxb-U atoac iakmbURage Mr. and Mrs. John Mar
B,,'.'tb bsalar' Ast ?,--Misns Margaret Messermlith;
.H,.dBmm. olses ,. M seirach Mrs. Ez
e, .. lp S that c.achl: Mr. and Mrs. iJ
)g% Y4.. :~ m tw~sicW.3gle. Mdrrifl* Mgis May p.;

tc a m e b a c k a ill e j i7 u 6 avw e
a dr g pcayaed If: Mis Wlini;Mrs.eGdra 3.
ej p noniie ulded. -. ,, idl
11L".- ]fe, beat .
"UJ. mener, the FOBRIGN RWDXNTS
S, ixt, sEr BFi,_ley. DURAM, N. X. (UP)..
Valparaiso, aE>lcan 3.100 -nm the aineralt
Lyola of Chl ce in run-' New mNpsle Jas 2s fo
ntg up ther unuall6d stueat reU t ln 12
Ig T Im or;,4W Twoi.themeiTak
l ofI a it5 aJesen a Bors
,spot Sin othe Ier are studying s Fhb
sive, Soord

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MISCELLANEOUS


D. WENOIEHAKEF Medical rClrn-
c, 209 Central Avnue beside
. Caitoaio Theater, Phener2,3479P
Pron .
PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY OF
GOD, etc.) Fellowship enretings
.SturdQy, 7. p.m., in Limry USO
(Jewish Welfore Bord) Build-
ing, Balboa.

FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:-Limited quantity 9
cubic ft. Firestone, slightly used
refrlgertors. For quick sale. Bar-
gali orice. On display at FIRE-
STONE. Automobile Row.
FOR SALE:-"Bell & Howell" 16
m.m. sound-film projector. Hard-
.ly used. Condition like new. Hal:
man, S A.. Via Espoana No. 1.
Phone 3-0383. *


SACRIFICE: Immediate.sole:
Ladles "natural ranch mink"
cape-jacket, cost $ 1800. Will sell
fqr $700. Fingertip length rmeos-
uring 30 inches with 35 Yull
skins. Phone Cocoli 878-109 be-
fre 7 p.m. Eve Storey.

WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED:--Dog, black and ton
female Dachshund. Phone Balboa
3430.

FOR SALE
S Boats & Motors
FOR, SALE: Outboard motor,
25-hp. Johnson, purchased new
in August 1954, $325. Call Pan-
ama 3-4383:

PERSONALS
The following persons houltcon-
tact "Cia. de Lefevre,4.iA Avenue
No. 7-3'7, to discuss a business
matter of great Importance to
them: Elena Dolby, Georgp Bur,
nett, James Davis. Irene Green,
Charles Davis, Ludue Qiarles,
Eneida Lewis. Milfikt Walon.
Mari Bethune doe Unce, Just
Acuna Moreno.

Help Wante
WANTED. Ma ,a n e re I
housework. Must live In.. House
No. 786-C, Tovemille Street,
Balboa.

Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY:-v--Odd pieces
of Royal Doulton china "Old
Leeds Sprays (Design 3548).
Phone Colon' 15711, between 8
a.m. and 6 p.m.

Wanted Position


SERIOUS and capable young man
desires clerical position with firm
on Atlantic side. Write Box 1578,
Cristobol.


FOR SALE
Real Estate


FOR SALE:--Furnished house in
Sante Clra: 8000 meters fenced
land, opposite.Williams Cottages.
Inspect any week end. Terms ar-
ranged. N. Hadstote, Navy 3295
or 2488.


Luce: FOR SALE:-Due t trip, wooden
and house on the Pueblo Nuevo high-
way, 600 meters-of land, 6 rooms
i.- upstairs. $3,000. Agencies An-
tm_ dress R. Thomas, 259 Central
Mr. Ave. Phone 3-1069, Apartado
thbr 3404 Panama.
S'- FOR SALE:-.-Die ae trip, chalet:
eley; 2 bedrooms, I room, 2 bath-
; Mr. rooms, living-dining room, kitch-
; Mr. en. garage, porch. laundry room.
man Ernesto Lefevre Avenue No. 86.
Winal Phone 371028.


LESSONS
N w E PAMNIH LASS
- Of Start February 3rd4 and
y of Thursdays.-Begigt S 5 p.m., In-
reign termediates 6 O.m., Advanced 7
ions. p.m. Also Special Morning Class-
okse as (30 lessons), Mondays, Tues-
ly of days, Thursdays-Starts February
right 10th. Register at Blboa YMCA-
U.S.O. Phone 2-2839 or 2-2759.


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SIMRAF 6iied L houses..
on bea Santa Clam. Tele-
phodn Ti rt Bol, amboa1772.
WILLIAt Santa C. Lra Bech
CottgBlb kgas, refrigeration.
2-bhroorn. o Balboa 3051.
PfIilli*. Oc1cmidc co ttsage ,..
Santa Clra. Box 435, Balboa.
Phone Panama 3-1877. Cristo-
bal 3-1673.
GramlicV' Santa Cla ra Boch
Cottage. Maodam conveniences,
modTe rate. Phone Gambooa
6-441. "
FOSTERa COTTAGES, one mile
past Santo Clara. Low rts.--
Phone- Balboa 1866.


'FOR RENT
Houses


FOR RENT:-Small chalet: living
room, diyMing room, kitchen, bed-
room. Suitable for bne or two
persons. Inqulie 50th Street No.
6. dowrasfairs.
FOR RENT:-House with three
bedrooms, sitting room. dining
room for $50. Information: Ines,
Apartment 2, Bolivar No. 3019,
3rd Street, Colon.
FOR RENT: Chalet: 3 bed-
rooms. 3 bathrooms, completely
furnished $150. Bella Vista. Tek
3-0082 after 2 p.m.
.FOR RENT:-For 3 months. fur-
nished chalet on the outslurts.
Phone 3-2168.


FOR RENT
Apartments
ATTENTION Q.I.1 Just built
modern furnished apartments, 1.
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water. Tel.
Panaoma 3-4941 .
FOR RENT:-Furnlshed and un-
furnished 2 & 4-bedroom apart-
ments, Contact Alhambra Apart-
mo Ienm 10th'Street. Phqne 1386, *
Colon.;
FOR RENT: 7-6m"H furnIshed
apartment In balftjr'sldential
section. 43rd 5ree-,r13, Bella '
Vista.

SFOR RENT-- Furnished apoar-
ment: 2 bedrooms, living room,
dining room, porch, 2 bathrooms,
48th Strlet No. 27, Jella Vista.
FOR RENT-I-bedrm opart-
lment with small kitchen n bath-
room, in Expbsition Graynd. See
Fabrego personally at East 29th
Street No. 18, rear' "Mprcado
Voioe," 10 to 12 noon and 3 tO.
6 p~m.


FOR RENT :--:-bdroom apart-
ment on Ave. Peru, facing .the
park, No. 57. Avaiable Feb. .1.
Phone 3-0746, 3-3099.


FOR RENT:-2-bedroom apart-
ment, completely furnished. Ap'
ply 43rd Street No. 21.


FO RENT: umrnished aprt-
meontf, refrigerator, gas stove. Vii
Espafia, house before Juan PFon-
to.


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FOR RENT:- Are you looking
for on apartment. We rent fur-
nished apartments, North Amer-
icon neighbors, regular transport.
station. Moderate rent. 3-0471.
FOR RENT:-2.bedroom apart-
ment, living-dining room, two
baths, maid's room, garage, laun-
dry facilities. 44th Street No. 32,
Apt. 4, Bela Vista, Tel. 3-0815.
FOR RENT---Furnished two or
one-bedroom aoprtment. In Vis-
to del Mar. Ave. Peru- 68-L
Phone 3-0276 or 3-l081,
FOR RENT: Furnished qpcat-
ment, garage, $65. Ricordo Aroe
No. 52, Vista Hermeea. Phone
3-5229.


FOR RENT: Apartment, one
bedroom, Ivlng-dilnlng room,
( screened). 117 Via Espalq,.
Phone 3-0502.


FOR RENT:-Modern two-bed-
room apartment. Cold d hot
water system, in El Congrejo. For
further informattonr Phgne 3-
4946 or 3-4282
FOR RENT:-Furnished, 2 bed- "
room apartment, Cai po Aelre.
Manuel Mairl Iciaa Sttreet For
Information phone 3-0985.


FOR. -RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:-Beautifutly furnish-
ed rn. double cmushg rf-w u
tor kitchen cobinqriaStvte.bath
Ni. 3. Phone _-
fPO RENT--Roor, *rhished
wfumwn d. 2 romas m 30, abS.
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'!epartment chairman,'of Casb-Itlonal funds ill be required S
bean Girls State, Ma. Louie this purpose. The staff give l
Oriffin that a. tntau~ -ta services, ad thr0uh ae
lag to Caibb.an irl State lomned coopeaatio, Vd-' vf-
be held ato.tbi albaboa ilbh forts of the sta t a I.Atmy,
school tfI e ob. 4f 9:00 the Schooli .e. oa-
aT .m The st speaker fao, the soe who on
occasion wi be r. LeOna er It l toonte
national 0
Broek n Who will be the eOu-aGoodCiU"et programIn tn. i
catlona l of the tEWOt- canal Zoe.
lson. Members of the Caribbean Those desiring to ppon-
Girls state Board have been in- sorahips .may fen L che'.
vlted to ttt4en Mrs.m Gr, money orderto: "O prb"gte6 Is
Gravatt, department presidentof state" Mrs. Rebpa L. ten,
the American Legon Auxlary treasurer, Box o. Ul Cris
has'been invited t be parent. tobal,,C.
Former Girls Stater& a so are Please make payale to: "C-
Invlted to attend the program. ribbean Girls Stat' "
"Chairman of the program on '
Feb. 4 will be Jane jennison the
governor of the 1964. session. rF l
Shirley Millio,' governor of theI
1958 session has een Invited to I-
be presented to the Junor Iris. i
At this meetlef application to
attend Girls State will be given U ae
to the prospective "Girl taters." lg s rl l r -
T.P. Hots, PL. Beck, Adanary
Anderson, and Marie Weir, mem- Members of the ort K0.be
bers oa Balboa High School and Youth ActivitlI CoMU motlA
Cristobal High school staff have week and ld .M6ryPwvWb
been on the Advisory Comda ttee for an active progtt*a m w -
Of Caribbean Girls tate for sev- Ig year for younugte rt th
eral years. 8. E. tser, superin. poet.
tendent of schools has given Presi ln t a4e h.w
hii cooperation 4to the. program. .Mrs. Moris I. Nau ,: newly
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owal. The. two delegates to a
Nation were: Jane Jennson and IatS ., n
Georgia MeQlnn.Ra Jac' 'asl
IThe folln Mf Robert W. Scott. s dr
have been received to dtte: of the Kbbe Tee-l CUtI0
Department American Le on tha WWa I r
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Coral Chapter, Order of T _OO.,..
Eastern St ars........2000 numberwasr
Pedro- Miguel Womens a foRM
Club .... ... .......et the ae
llary, Ft. layon, Unit hel n Bale
No. ................... 75 and making armgeABft a
Balboa Women's Club 2 carter cereml-
American Legion, Post No. e fo ebuary. W.x
1, Balboa .............. 100.00 dria Cua i
Mr. Max Bligray, Colon .. 15.00 es. .
Cristobal. Assembly No. g The 28 boys that h
Order of Rainbow Girls, 6oy o Ai
Cristobal .............. .0 acpated In 'eOu
Amnrican Legion t M at Gatun on th* ip
niel J. Owen, Post, No. Thetoo epla.
Sa, aotun .. I.0 n .. the .cou0t..
G0Atnador'ih;;r' At Tuesday's )gl(or
Fort 4mador Officers
Wives Club .......... 20.00 alUMA mtacy W /Pt. Ja
-It i hoped that many addl- n Icoli. M/Sgt. a ur r
tional arnorships will be re d oft Da
arlved at an early date in order d to a- s omit-
to determine the number of girls e*'
that may be-accpted to attend plans wre-mdeto bar a
the 1955 se~Mion. The Amerieen B all P -4th.to
Legion Alubrav.y Board cc 0t- 0further- aid t-- 1 -- -luu
ed 55. girls tWoatendthMe 1 954T ops. n m/. aot t&e n .
sesson.in A the n 5 le issr. B. Mu. -
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Moiay wil nave a puouc mstai4-
AmIi of odUcers at 71: p.m. ttair-
aoy at ao rtist&a naasbunc
Temple.
.sV~uldu F. Gibson, Jr., will be
Instas Mstes 'unei tor me
coml"g tIrmL 0 -v. AmWrIgui,
who is complting hi term ts
Master Coem tar, wIh o tie anstai-
Img officer.
The Rev. Paul H. W. Olander,
Rector of the Margarita Unioa
thuren, will be the speaker of t e
evening. The tradifnal Uower
talk wal be given oy aJonn '. 'nom-
as, P.M C.
'here will be refreshments m i
dancing In me banquet maU zolw
Ing the installation ceremony. Mul
sic tor dancing will e nrnulned
by Professor Murphy and His Me-
AlD parts and Interested friends
are cor"aUly lIyite to attend.
bebbe e O" Babjy
the It. Sobbe Officers Wives
Club laumehbeol wuAS held recently
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. ~te UP- ea at 'ad o ra s ny of the wth personal ane-
kokt- c shredded iarp Cbd-dote t de stated several
JWhe .I CupI fluff mamsed natives dances With a partner.
.s, .M.. lriss Mary man, a vistinu mi-
OB> lea"e se. fe lojioary. Also accompanied iss
carrots, quarer .and cut into 2- Brlkman. Others guWes re Mrs.
)in4 pia., Put both. oolns W.d j. Appel and Mn. R. .Whitus, guest
a ta. saucepan with the of Mrs. I. cott M rs. Mc-
'-bclbotg0 i Wster and salt. Cov. lelvey guest of Mrs. E. G. OW.Is,
ao. BeilW 1 minutes, or untW al. Mrs. W. Hill guest of Mrs. G. ei-
oost tender. Drain vegetables ser, Mrs. J. Roby, guest of Mrs.
'(ave water to, ueJn the cream w. G. Downey and Mrs. J. Thmp-
$a. 1A Into 4 t -I m mison, guest ofW Mrs. J. Walker.
Mt -uter or mw argine I a New members Introdued were
sitoW_ 5 thick Mrs. W. de Vore. were mrs. W.
-end. A cheese. our sauce over ost, Mrs. J. McKlnney and Mrs.
the vegetables. Top with flUffy L. Hendrix and Mrs, M. Gile.
[ed__paatm3t. aIOke in a -pre- Tables .w decorated in a vac-
teII O NOen 137 d5. -a0 n theme. Mrs. JR. Scott and
Iree-F fr p lmulte ow r mtl Mrs. B. Muse wet dressed for
.oJ ~j1., I. .(lthe occasion In their beautiful po-
fta ra costumes.
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When the AD-Amercan Regionw
al tournament begi in about a
week at MUwaua4N1 ood
friend. oJoe a ana e .
rih, wll uy be m hand to
defend the eA's, pdl. Wln they
won il this tour-iamu t# year.
rm inclinedto ubhowever,
that they will enjo ny band this
ear as aey oyed oea of tie
ands, shown y, la last year's
tournament.
Emrch opened the douee of
spades froi'th'e West bid, a"d
COM thout carou elore
"normal" is the daof
spades, b at oan had a godl rea-
son for choosing a different play.
SBefore'we discuss COM's play,
let's, see what happened at most
of the otherfabithil l athplay.
er put up et d"g ogu.pads at
the -ANA



ll owed declarr to kn w ith the
wbhi black qeenM i est helt.
Za baloualy Sothmed the saek


queen of spades, draw the rest of
the trumps, and knock out the
ks lo diamIcnd The d orders
g take ote spade tik to add
to their two rhed kings, but then
South was ready to discard his
Ilaing clubs on dummy's good dia-
mondL All of these declarers
therefore made their, game con.
tract in hearts.
Cohan could see that be would
be given the king of -hearts at an
early stage of the play and that
he wouldn't .the know whether to
try for two spade tricks or for two
club -tricks. It all depended on
which black queen West held,
since oboDusly South held the ace
of spades fer his strong bidding.
Cohan solved his problem by
plying the jack of spade s at the
tast trick. South won with the
queen of spades and Jt was there.
tore clear that West couldn't have
the qwee of spades but might
have th_ queen of cllus.
SoutO nw tried thE4ump i-
nesse losing to the king. ow
ing that the spades wouldn't pro-
duce enough tricks. bhan bhftdh
to the t.-Ths c941ab. 'ls sew
two club fA so that the
fenderl beat the game contract
with oe heart, one diaMoend, ead
two. clubs.


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... .. .- .W YORK, Jan. 7 (UP)
Ub-- -." The "Bellboy of the year," a
, ve n f 30,ym- ad today
D -(N4EA)- Be- T As-lma. np a the real pros In his builneas
3 Marilyn MoO- t... ow in W should be a4draW to bellmen,
:.ao.ut wigl ODo $ oernot bellboy Or be +Mops.
s noew underwater l.l .ht ."A bellman show a restraint,"
i., e drlVed at the same S Artent s 1 Us alud Lncoln Mansfield. "He can
k ,--. Levy'a Pie that movie walk Into a room and find a &nak-
e a explanation for ceas are getting wide, pretty ed woman and It means no more
stB'. ilIe wU have to be played to him than one that's fully
1 w lgg dw'l e'lhd bet _by a daeh.wJld ... That soft clothed.
bariea la P she'd hve drink zeeu*itt cesimudug be-1
OThe et lps- roettIte tween Los Aufgelesi.ud Minui is' "Now a bellhop, he's a young
.Greg Mel~Mur wlr o a tarred In guy who flit from job to job
Other' mad poss"b The Great Jo.L" a few years ri.& naturally succumbs W the
,, other mad h,. ill back. evils of the business."


U1 nOW 1-1t -u u- nagD &
come a badge of celluloid distluc-
t -. six more underwater mov-
IM4 hve been announced to follow
a* : O0 Lehgau ,Under the Sea"
and Jate Russell's "Underwater."
If 'this watery cyle gdts out of
hand, there will be swim tests
'instead of film tests and squid
aWll replace people as extras. An
aqua lung could win an Oscar
tor the Bet supporting perform.
agce of the year, A sk might be
a star one day, make a poor film
and be In a chowder owl the

"She rose to stardom." will have
to become "She sank to stardom."
The familiar cry of "Make-uo"
on film sets will become "Oxy-
gsenm"t
But underwater emoting is a
break, at least, for the no-talent
lida. BehindQ the masks, abso-
Iltely no facial expressions are
S Iuep my ear to the bottom
for you on this.
MEDICS AVE TOLD Victor
Jory, who suffered a minor heart
attack, to rest for three months
before going on with. his acting
career.
MaJe oe 1 UL ow
up at Wr Igu of
her late husband' film og raphy,
"The Mconell Story." ?i also
failed to appear at a number of
lun heon arranged for her.
Short Takes:O Trudy Wroe I s out
as the feminine lead In the "Big

Walter Winchell
(Continued from Pasn )
paraetly nuttin' to the rumor about
a secret marriage fcr Paulette
Goddard and Erlh KMaria Re-
marque. Supposed to have taken
place in mid-Nov. n Panee. Paul-
ette allegedly was the source to
pals of ours.
Wellu, .a Is the siest you ever
heard. A Hollywood writer named
Leonrd Eshe writes special stuff
for the .flm ges ls .... He re-
cently bought a air of toy poodlesa
and na1el them after two of his
best custdmers, Judy Garland and
Ethel Mormnn ... But when an-
other of his top clients (Ann Soth-
era) hard t he ih hadn't named
oe after i she .e and cried
and cties m R crie ad cried!...
Just saw your picture in The Mir-
ror sporepa5ge. putt-putting ca the
Roney aw own I Reindig nme of
Mark T ains desejptle of gof:
A good wat spoiled ... Do I hear
ou good? One more broadcast
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Aformer La iea"slheoolteach' Honesty. he said, ls a must.
er, year-old Cimadra Costello 'I've walked Into a room In my
drove Vie Mttua to the-L.A air hotel and seen $1000 bills ali
port the other 4ay, Hollywood is over the floor and dresaer. You've
wondering if shell be the next just got to kick that money
Mrs. Vic . Anna May Wong, aside."
who's been msaed Oa the screen,
Is ailing at b6 Santa Monica Mansfield, 46, works at the
beach home. Mapes Hotel. In Renm, Nev.- Be
was chosen bellboy of the year
BILL ]ENDIX'S1 doctors are by Sigma Iota, a hotel admin-
fromwning on his insistence on comn- Istratfon 'Stdent fraternity at
.eting a new batch of "Life of Washington State College, Pull-
t y, telefilms before reporting man, Wah.--ehampion amson
to surgery for a major ulcer oper- 21,000 bellhops in 7,000 hote
action. He's reluctant to go under sponsored by the American Hote!
the knife. Assn.
Greta Peck confides to pals that! He came here on a three-week
the rift with her Gregory started tour of the country, which will
in the summer of 1853 when the Include meeting President Elsen-
whole Peek family was in Rome Power at the White House. But
for the filming of "Roman HoUlt..at will be an anti-climax aft-
day." Peek dates it earlier, er what happened this morning.
Vivien Leigh and Sir LaurenceI He was served breakfast in bed
Ollvier can't find a co-starring l y the manager bf one of the
script so she goes it alone in Sir country's biggest hotels.
Alexander Korda's screen person
of "the Deep Blue Sea.' Mar.-
garet Sullavan played the role on I I
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OVEREnARP: "Theres always
a 'Man WalIJ sign her. eyes."
Mario Laza bhas plans for in-
dependent movie productqons after
completing '"aerenade" Blueprints
call for one r or oe s) iore 90-mlnute
operas tailored for screen audi-
ences.
"I want to give movel-goers the
true beauty of opera, with singers
who look the part and who are as
personable as Hollywood faovr.
ites," Mario told me. "I want to
make it exciting and understand-
able."
He still owns a screenplay titled
"The Great Mario" and hopes to
film it someday. "But it's not my
life story," he says. "It's about
the first of the great Italian oper-
atic singers n 1780. 1 wouldn't
think of doing my own story."


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TONIGHT'S GAMES (2) 6:30-At Panama k a radio. t.dan
Sodamen (Alonso 1-1) and (Williams 1-6) sw wIA aiby, eed m A u L b r en
vS. m minst nd oveyedm tender -b
Yankees (Stempel 0-0) and (Ludtke 3-2) tmentons to club owner nine ea tntp 1 se
Eleta on Monday. I selected s tough and
tin to replace me .opeause i .. atleawhic
By.J. HARRISON JR. The Yankees are today in the pider him quite cpble Altea d B t -this stage.1
Th ip -anee sdtuncomfortable position of having years of preparation for the job through a fasty four ato&wn Abegis a-A
l. .Aing CV Yan.kees nd the fast closing Smokers breathe, I have rethineodt p ositon the Colon a h flst. tw ao
s oed play a dotble- down the back of their necks by general manager .of the t o ro,,d,- 't t, a '
pv na at the Pan-dint of the latter's 6 to 3 victory and pledge all necessary so und roedtup o-r .it.
Q U' the first over them' last night at Mount to the new manager an 8sk I att tha e, uI .a O
,1bei. 0 I 6:30., Hope. the public, s poa writer and ,fan wh. mh h--- e a "5- ,eft% T e g.step iwim.
aM.M n m an G The Smokers now trail the sportscasters do t same. bx iangsawi.h 1 t .I. Uqno Tp. The
e .m ?lus.e of. Yankeesaby only one gate oj After all A&t Is a native .b9.ing skfl. 4o M Ar TTh-
game whlc should ts was their fourth straight son and. athou.l h heas dd been,. it, s tved e the a .e lb n
over b triumph under the uldance of laying in a high claaslfBatvonf ot, n' o l t tJoP p otver V ttsure r. o v 1
manager Frank Aust in. for several years- in the stateq to st, a pack bon u ,attya e,
S s will use Andres Clarence "The Bull" Churn where he makes an excellent Most obs e erVgse Jo' e foa apd tu gI
And Sam Wiland Lar Lut nicked up hais fourth win whdn salary, he ha4 always prfee ol c. o. a f oI ob-vr J al ch.A
Swte to uts a tw n C n n an e LardLudt- no chne o- td when you1 M
Stempel n d ry he took over for the injured tos play in Panama In. spite 0 pl ,n be to 0 I nuse te b ,hi
Humberto Robinson in the fifth ten ting offers to ay id the atodoes n0 easiy. lea e .w
T1t two outs and two on.. Churn winter.league.ofCubaand Vi-w Th re use
.; gave up all the Yankee runs. ne-uela. a %el m N .. .r--with
Loser Charley Dbuglas start. Any other Interpretation of p o rolged- at ap. M t- J '
d for the Tanks and was lft- m resilt.ton Is very far from round defense of p a-
.. ....~y^L ^S ^9 ead fno Ia inc' h lb ter In throw t re juth. er . .. o. ..... .. s t h..e. of titlepa "
Via stryks finished, a the Stanford Grahatm a TION d N, lLt h e In t the s U
n|,.enemo sand aid not penrlt e r s f P..er re et onots eamagas aoLs is .yNt Bci-.e ,.+, *_ l
's y at. Arkansas to return to h lm a ae n entered the rl ea e do.
I'inrnAIREU Robinson was painfully hurt by ___e abtegh p ii5
ll['wu ;JUa ball hit back to the mound by.- ...becBeoJhim If, Iand
h mon sayg ........e Phi -i-ps that cartohe o W la off-+ s o l o g r be cae of I wh tla *m_, __-_e ______ __ __-_
V. Lea a snag Robinne's aee and rolled to-i ea ise oof elppe -
tinNe Sr t offl tea-ward first base for a single. Rob- P G punching poei.er S -- p_
,to obtain t e service of I hado b6 lifted off the field So Sure' Ted P L L -
er 1odamen hurler George and- towo ade od knt svn routd- IUmPACIFIC InotC LtAGU ltl,5 a d
S d the-so examin ation of the : w U l. h A e ti aeared tat me adere The standins tw I AqgAt hLs ad
.y bl xs t. anitd a-ff the fied*a n and ra 9R saven athest PACIFIC oK Laperdth tvthe querle -
w rtiasberean yesda nee, opined that there was no r ht. However, as attl The standings:
'.l "P w.--n jThe .fra.eturp but recommended that ByW&l D- aer s e __ ...Irog tmt o.. A* ,i | a .lO.. .. 1 m'
norican yesterday. lam-ray be taken this morningi By WT Wa p ro p ow W -1 Pct. h -- -
-e general man-ager O TheuSa ineso ke Smokers gotrniny. r Ai d was la ete Lincoln fe .... I
Swt to tact off to a good stmrt with two runs The announcement t t tan- o so loyal fans. g the -_pur ot a ......5 1 .
beehu Ing s in t he ffsecond. ..oe..Tu..... ......t "ItkrInI, tri'- Police ....-.., .... ...o
.TII~ h--cnt U- d le : ndff a off irsonetiethrd to tonOK, Jon. l UPt ford Blaeshrt)iGraham d le of Oliverprdy, and mu would ie i....... "


ev' o pa drive Bobby Prescott walked and wont L ouBoudreau, who was "sure"tud oerthe reins bit l ei t e oa eti s h .... Pe 0
ee me Ted Williams would return to agement, of the Smokers, to our 9p tr direct failure oni .. h yfara-anr L e e
S d Ht r single to le onPoe wsohenardo a.oubaed leia t o sgret a more t o l f s e dFrank Austin, before Tuesday'si J pa the' tams front of-l951


%@av.S ne s enay plr ont t d tha Gu o thoee -So atep tor gie bB B i w s n I pa I
Son'gnu hgteft.a Popep am a rPope re- llisurpiedacthe u baee r spoed. vn.atre mpt t of .givethe eaB 0onn; u--- -s-o..,d","i I
.r, e elved a free ticket and Ro bin- I thought Ted surely eawould adI u tbf rh ase -w an what 4hey r ghlly deserve.lo7 -l i 0who a- P a rer pt.d, four- .






% b ri tle r* tndas as beenmajor sourceofvaic bey onidnsedofefet bitsuthu ooa gn ro, te be o$ w t e
s s .d. on was safe on Milt Graf's bad play again," saito Boudreau wlasta percl' ty o osr h po .. SnOooe ,Mtyboe hi t s utout ain s"t 1 eyt *a .
ad 0 story and. throw to first with Prescott and season a manager o mf the Boston Grahamb one of the most e on- Constant measures of tes on .tor. wita ..a Je b Ae and po t b








B Sw rwor nonfighhoe ath sssrtain)$,culdnope disabrlievecsthonsalota te Lfe to
MatS' at bis home Bernard scoring Red Boxuand sals season's man- toer.lnfirs mn onid -cerain. eo l ha, m stru oeon Ots t. hcme to-iet in OpinJa ig N N Iwe, i i ,. t
ni b e da in theth, Clyde nrris ager of the Kansas City A'sinone of themos t colorful In loIta oeash, that already under- up set. Colan, or first 1. I a
h de .sn re w aThe an m lvede Pto l is erecoded onon. Meo. las t night. a"i t baseball cir les had been havln a mined e toa a absence sof a o S h a .
ou.- walked, and moved to seond on, (,emm&, MO., m &:,t _ .mour, wento. .
L o oIha 'a th h h oabl qin a d T clnthet p fourth l bh n ,tnrther4A b "..
STuminell's single. Prescott was after his. refusal to go toBosuton ahm. n athe diver uour bi tent -,jt .hle o u..,
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d-,fficltiereno sfew on Graftfe 's second mioud of wo weeksAgo, began e st hi ste iar nucleunth s of'sanbedtloa talent, At the being of the seasonP ra temt Trr LI n rr- u t 1J 1
d ..$e t e and Bernard.f lied o my doubts sbe eU et h aem t&Seobalways we stMS atled that a three-team n men T1he





tr xiHststhtrusfg ba thiw er hhat. conhracshs comie-hoe moost ot b is edue noiu e paed rAtue a te 3o oly to teeg ql lwellp
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Jene yJ15ate,lt* hSod.e' ais came In for c those o uthn 1954 season ri them a me r bu te aw eo& whe'atnsoa b ow Wi I
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ffC*B K^W t seasont crifdetd f nelpeculaTion Intahn e w oin eae fo the r-ti ee r he na sectacremfor uhe e n 5r
Sfback ooIi sgled right @n ws it4 1 t ieen a major source of victory instead of defeat but fobut the od
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a whoItarumn t s ith tei oter theatoninth season gdivde nonerrabd koortheof. ea NA)ortosi. J
e Y-,,,r. Inwantohed croe go by and "hot stove le gue." Boudreau was superiority of the o posing team. at empt to matCh t ea hd: o'-t po al o t- ,. .
be ,. If N. .. wnassigedbthe ay As e es dnth disbelievesiv this a lot Xter Lf 5b .a ....
own p awC. r w nl .on lardin's hihe tlroweto. plageril jobnafter th.e |5hseasongrave none of these Important oy ay..or.endseher tsba cOtler- -t d N .JPet.
i.b. -_ern aird ns Ptrs score, t aonou- b ut we asot he Red oxe ma Rsa b ter n, Ot for is eralaoestate rt.el twpOcteck ms.iOn to, .ow.. Soo b b.l_ tet -._....nO,.s-,












SDIi~ckna f arin Froiatdlft friaihotemsnths w Me o m us p etorncea from S cr,- ttoar,
ound-trip trans p l- mes by Pepe Osoro and Churn their shift from 'Philadelphia to Their reason nimplied ustby position of this tem agaIst the ". p. .
on t she a nwi n n -tworuns.ls.- ep r bw m pr nas m, Isi x.,
the ontet accounted fortwo runs. Kaa City one thing -rh was to the o her two and th ., fo a er, ape sxbada same, would -








y r"NEMythought.oiln Williamsgoo blm el .o g daughthrowInth apitch- h foot, o d uor'wise h seemtondie wed on.
edo..eal.It Jaenre. The Yankeesoored twice In were based on the fact he hada.. m staff. sto himself hsi of del see ,Jthe
Ste bu er Sohai the eighth on Oil Dic kens' bought all his equipment and This cou pn s noet ~ Wefirmy r beeveth at the fanstop caloeoute netdminderste.. :e 0r. d -
WI+1I3O two-ou t o e-e b omer over laid in a new stock of boats, logite, o afte Stanforl e making themselves er y er. hob as responded brilliantly this ..
I. the right enmtl field fence. It explained Boudreau. "Rut now "Graham. We haveoften differ- conspicuously being absent when season often tO the c0h-.aie s of
I&= _difficultis were not Iron- was Dickens' seventh round- Im not g sur." ea with his sategy r in this team plys and it is-hncere- superior teams. herers aver-t .is a Po f .
. Mgu to proeutime today out tripper of the sueasn. The Red 80k announced early same way that we have.ques- ly hoped teat the owners williages of &i pals per-game and 31. Navy./1ies..1P
.p. bi isy eaxistl tlVW a4 a- this week that a contract has tioned thne sov otf ubmki take duee notice and reorganize 9 saves attesnot only to-the quell-O .
man b. preached OW 0thas tn the nin .Graft opened the been mailed to Ted in Florida, nd ean t, we annot from top to bottomm for the 956 ty of the oppostio, but L to
befregais i. gwithATexas League dou- and they 're waiting to see what agree with th=oe who blame seaso when Panama w.lbeohisO bility t we to a na i- e
:error and04 Phillips (Pny) lgne H lagnss o enlyhope- of a ball club. He doemt .hit Failure to do qGwould provideI ln tJi
.t kker li n attempt was made to ful Ted willagn.aWhleBoudreau p atd field for themiebmenhe an 'u wtly .oaptale for such ean es tu I- ,r
Swas tos some cold wathw onn a er on I os direuting... important evetit.0 I I *X IRI i
J, 14t l hand, Elles Osorio his uccessor. We fi mly believe that no in- The fans bhquld give full sP- Ib An iTiie _' + 1 '
on -US 1 argument with the Five other major-league teams, dividual on the Isthmus kn ows port tohe Pr League, but %he Cl.ennati4L-%(A) tc I._n. T--TAND NG.
3': 11 c. Iv 1111 umpirempir' .when Hardin announced receipt of signed more aboutfthe, gme of baseball fans are also entitled to Ihatni had -.9firta .prto'.lcual A rTs Of-"Weup% Ot t..
.. the close play. player contracts. Than Graham, ut we also be- t pay for and their rig baseball dub' In -Ari s a-thRed NT.v._L i
CC..s opportunity to Big et.mme tIn the group was lieve that Graham.had reaed tt be rleted. o f
Cn-lerT. Dickens forced Hardin. Fi-tt old left fielder who was the at. minailiur performance from ma Hnm C'- .Io.a-
=--etLeagmu aheMarolew*srekttoend the Louis Crd's No. 2 distance hit- many of his .players.. This as-it a nl
i' t~lhIE1Ilt5 Oval and Ca"p.-7,, = .-.'-- ;tsbout $15,000 s lary as the 14th s .t to any m manager and Al Kubs- .a i .. ip a o a 19 m nt fr
and.. ourth StraIght Card tI sign,tatted .282 and hit I is a perfect example of this. Navy./$-; n "y+vaI m
rourl traui,19 homers and 39 doubles iaM He d ore fromthe lowest_
Idseasonvtotals topped on the club classified player on his squad nailta, the t y ThKVOR5I I 3 p.
urd in Rain. only by Stan Muslal with 3S than. most local managers get VVVt seve -.I1 1 .5Ue na'barrae that t o

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ONE. DAY A.A A.A.A Tennis Yale Coach Decries Emphasis On 'Come And Get Us'

ourny Underway Time Rather Than Who Won Mile Apathy OfPoplo Are
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The initial round of the ten- By HARRY GRAYSON First of three articlet
nix tournament bein conducted o league R aY ehr w e lB
.i the Atlantic Amateur Athle- ItW ItORK (NEA)--Bob Glqr By UI AY. OLDE AN .o get big lenue
g Asociation ot underway = engpek hasa a stmag beez agamn. LOS ANGELES (NEA)--Los An i ause thersll be nom a,
the C er courts ay sto atch-happy followers of the ls is I slumbering metropolis Francco without- d
with four thatches featurngmtwOog moethan g,104,t00sunsine
day's activities. These JnltW. A d about the chances o of mokr thse s doing a slow burn w hil CaLofona e
Snatches gave onlookers the op- Wes S.ratee and Gunnar Nielsebh seek.r doine a slow burn while oi Li s Ah ela ferls ski,
portun itto judge for them- to come though with an e so leae franhser skip o ther -lbea-stea Wrifge,
ahead, and who more or less will dunes Coach Gegengack of Yale t difernc. does it msae ch paehti of
theWhat difference does it make which Phil Wrley want'
mbet. 'i t'un of the tou a- e a t that Los Angeles third largest e. 00,000 plus 00, for team
"Top"Younga Atitde Doesn't anybody care who wutins ty in the United States, has no territory.
stalWrt, matched strokes wit b antanrr O league te ?n a
Ymr gm t ahen Atloane dd ,,_ .g. moreT LNone, except that sagging base- Smart private monday Isn't buy-.
'IAnkY" Smythe of the Pacifki Iball can scarcel a ffora to over- ing that package. A brash
e, mIn t the tournament's open- The situation has been post- look an area which numbers-five copty supervisor named Km 4
S a e ment, with the former tvly f rghten rg sin ce Roger mion people withi the countHhn, may.
layer e aln the verdict 6-0 .-. Banster and J Landy broke confines and produces crowds of Wrigley Field is in his
.Sm had a tough m tie l nd- the -m n barr er. 100,000 for football games. which won't hurt him with i.
Slstride in the first at, but I en n e anfmtkr season What's keeping bi league base voters, and he knows where ma
p up nicely in the secon training one of my kds to do ball out? A remarkable apathy. is buried
when he kept h p t s :2 and beat Harvard. Thebk o public and private. Public ennui
about the court. ev er,- Methe do s I rom he d the fel-.to is embodied in Mayor Noris Poul- lr
more experienced Young, after the da l. ng room, and the fel- son's statement: "I think we'll get
Sfew paMling shots, soon settled atewr eloon 26? What's t ~ major league baseball-whther we
down to take the set and the de care about winning. like it or not."
CIOI ?SMThat ain't the wat it happened
The rest of the day's play fol- Santee and Nielsen do, how- in KC, son-nor in Baltimure or
ow: Oldfeld defeated 1l Sr. 6-0, ever, which Is'wh Glegengack Milwaukee, Civic cohesion and en-
6-2; Eli Jr. defeated A. Raner doubts thathe cocky Kansan and terprise spurred the switches of
S9-11, 6-3, 6-0; Taft defei d the red-maned Dane will break eagerly sought franchises to those 0.0
Stroop 6-0, 6-4 and Yearwood'de- Gil Dodds' 4:05 Indoor record. cities.You have nothing like it
Ifea Douglans 6-0, 6-1. This despite the fact that the In Los ngeles.3: 7:
Activities will be resumed nexttime-cen1eous -so-alled experts The longshoreman in San Pe-
Sunday on the same court. All say they are a lead-pipe inn to dro doesn't give a hoot for the in-
Stens enthusiasts and the gen- perform the extraordinary feat. terests of the orange grower i
eral public are invited to attend the San Frnando Valley, 60 miles
This after _Stee beat Nielsen to the north-both within the city
*ra.pui b yards in 4:10.5 on Philadel.n 1 limits. Neither is going to build
a' 12-lap banked track and the i ball park which will raise his tax.
Copenhagen newspaper pressman es.
got hunk by 15 in 4:09.5 on Wash-
ingon's f lat floor. Fresh off a KICK-Gunnar Nielsen, second here, tailed Wea Santea to the IT'S AXIOMATIC that to have
Plane, Nielsen did 4:07.9 n Bo- backstretch, 1 a yards from home, then passed and. beat the Kan- a big league team, you need a big
oton. I spa 15 yards in the Washington Games mile. The time: 4:09.1 ; league park. They might get aon
..lra........r.. ? j , p"t fr t cl.. t n.mleague park. They might get one
Glegengk is Working wi The third runner Is Bob McMillen. (NEA) here some day because Los A ne.
Nielsen at Yale. les doesn't have a city zoo. .
"When I dropped Nielsen off Crazy, you say? Webl, 10 minutes
S"When 1 dropped Nelsen off from downtown is a 260-a c re
In Philadelphia for his first mecz I
ing with Satee," recalls the gulch called Chavez Ra in e fimed t COLO
Sa n "There's a move to put on the bal.

bycoach, I asked him if he w anted lot a $40 million bond issue for its
to go after the record Here development as a recreation cen.
Dpid in the nega nv, added tht ter, with the erection o baseball
Phe B ewas interested only in win- stadium. Including the zoo might B t
ning. believe that he Is going swing the public behind it--if it
to stay that way. ever gets to a vote.
pi r haebeen n p re gore about West Point., Any record attempt will have
ites hv INabndtlt fm, ts atie agehie vemt._ s oe ato start with Satea. Nielsen -- o Mayor Poulson is more concern.
ed the lma were sile, msa were voluble, a few I tensely 41- won't set the ort of pae required L ed with raising money on forth- A M.G-M
m.... s~ mere e -l i m aa oehihyfor records." CLASSIC LEAGUE EL PANAMA coming spring ballots to lick the
N0u% y hewsll al l orn ha sicalandt th e ethighlye satpstom ary. Santee seems to feel the same Waggoner 120 146 1704 sew3g l comin 0 llostion) a ickth
vrtu a were dedles to he ul Phalt way about It. s Seymour Agency continued Colston 161 184 169 514 a (3 illon) probes ian d h isc
ademt life conlast, In l a the M ,ofaq gorousgal a To clockwhacky addicts, the their winning ways again Friday Zeletes 169 138 182 4891 (r1l lin city d spys, It n would
i eghtly hops, wreand rtoman thaevryM ootn pa y fact that Fred Dwyer will join night and whipped Garage three Schmidt 222 195 184 601 be criminal tU try to push through
View re o rica stamy, a" toheCadets pate Santee, Nielsen and Bob McMil- to one. Rolly Gleichman with Coffey 237 203 178 618:a ball park at this time, when we
inevitably bore a Ap, cand the CMers len in the Wanamaker Mile at 647 and "Papa" Melanson with 'hae o poice ion
a rond siAgg profess onally on-key orp chatl r thr Madison Square Garden, Feb. 5, 01, with help from Stephens- 909 866 883 265s the entire San Fernando Valley,
thams t t o smacks even more of record, 592- were too much for Oalll- abig in area as Chicago.
Now th e t t mov wrecking, But Dwyer Is capablegan, who scared his best of the SEARS asI win a franchise,' bt.iot in
GC Lmia I ,"Whic hI Of4:tt,- w trlaLck maenadoubt season -678- and also the free Oureak r181 152158 4 1 any pahlcky rash m0v, What
Columbia tletuPIt biat nbe' y tlhy l.oa of a rab- dinner donated by the Atlas Oar- Thomas 169 190 180 539 good would the Phlladelphlb Athle-
onetimeR et b. nsltex, they look for him to den. Billy Coffey won the other, Anderson 184 172 211 5_67tics be? It's got to be economical- Encanto Today .5.1
T'he plfre tothd ac Mo. 1b hook up in the jockeying-looking ticket with a 237 game. Best 190 228 175 593 ly sound. We've got just as much
Mahr, who beginning In i wag at the Point for motre t to win and further reducing the Balcer 197 132 204 533 to offer the majors as they've got WAOO
50 years, and now lives at ad icent ghland Falls, In theirole chances for a record. POWELL'S to offer us."
of Marty, as a ree-bucko utIn, fromIreland through I Further discussing Nielsen's at- Larrabee, 10 211 159 530 921 374 928 273 SAYS AN AIDE to the mayor: Fred McMurry,
the 'decades, Mhe cinfld o future. generals a coming. titude, Glegengack refers to the Kraka 176 222 160 558 "This is not like Milwaukee.
President of the United tates, Cad. Dwight enhower, young Dne being quoted s sup- Spinney 153 154 175 482 Speaking of shut-outs, Powell's the mayor were to offer a maior "AIR WIND,TO AVA
S Power aelOves the crest of him actingcarer. posedy saying that he and San- Galligan 247 237 194 678 Garage leads with the most --4--league owner a city ball park for
er was boxing coach without experience, a swim- tee would do 4:03 or better. Hogan 164 188 191 543 and the least -1-. Then follows a 5000 annual rental, he'd be Mala Powers, i ,.
ta teacher who cold not swim, and r of football, track HE F! ere's one the "Nielsen hardly speaks Eng-Sears,3and2;ElPanama,3a recalled in five minutes
and badetball teans. With Marty a the connecting fgure hses would like to see. It's h" he advises. So he's asked 900101 89791 and en and le e it
1horses would like to me% aid 900 1012879 2791 4; and Seymour Agency, I and 4. Unless the proud City of An.
"The Long Gray Line" icks its heroes out of succeeding Cadet Jockey Gene Martin on the rail a loaded question in English about In a review of the matches gels or the county governing body
nations, and readss pathos and comedy through a there running down the homestretch fast time. SEYMOUR AGENCY rolled so far, Sears has found El
andkerchief picture. It really tugs at the heart strings, at Hialeah Park, shedding extras Panama to be their "cousins"
Sounds. (NEA) .- "Nielse answers, simply, that Bates 173 170 181 524 and in six meetings lead 17 to 7.
WS BT AR OT DAME GAMob Coe he believes Santee could do 4:03. Olelchman 212 235 200 647 Against Seymour Agency they
spo ~WS lrM5llT l -NOTEE DANE__GAME He's done it before. Then theytephens 215 175 202 592 are 13 and 11 and Powell's 12
If "The Long Gray Line" has a weak sequence, It has to do ask him what he would do if San- Stephens 215 175 202 592 are 13 and 11 and Powell's 12
with the first Army-Notre Dame football game, which was play- tee started for such a clocking. Mens 174 175 182 531 and 12.
ed on the Plains in 1913 and resulted In a surprising an, tun- So he answers that he would stay season 2 a and ElS Po en
ning cadet. -*hat, S ,to'l-' with him and try to win. Out of easiest 13 and 11 and El Panama
The movudtase many liberties with this game, which is this simple statement came head- 977 971 947 2895 the toughest, 11 and 13; and
made to look like a sandlot catch-aU-catch-can. lines about the way the two are Team-work was the order of breaking even with Sears, 12 and
For one thing, Capt. Merman J. Koehler, Master of the going to break records. th dTeam-work was the order of 12.%
Sword. played by w0rd Bond, with fine effe eyes, i pictured I "It's gotton so bad with name the day for Bears as they Ilank- El Panama has laid it on Bey-
a the Army coach. The man who handled the Cadet eleveL runners that a Santee or a Niel- ed the El Panama Hotel and in- mour Agency 15 to 9 and Pow-
that tall, and for the naft three years, was Charley Daly, WeSt sen may come up with 4:06 and creased their league lead to six ell's 13 to 11, while playing dead
Point, 1.01, who had become All-America quarterback there after find themselves booed by people points. Earl Best, 593, and "Doc" for Sears, 7 to 17.
a brief career at Hairvard. who expected a Bannister or Anderson, 567, led Sears to vic-1 Seymour Agency Is in the red
Koehler had been Army coach, but had quit the job after Landy-type clocking." tory. Billy Coffey and Ted to the other three teams as fol-
the 1900 p5ea0on. I antee jumped Nielsen in Phil. Schmidt with 618 and 601 respec- lows: Sears 11 to 3: Powell's, 11
Notre Dame trounced the Cadets because It had the amazing adelphia and won. Nielse tively couldn't get any help for to 13; and El Panama, 9 to 15. A L MAR
forward pass combination of Charley Dorls and Knute Rockne. By LEO DUROCHER jumped Santee in Washington and their team-mates and therein
Dorals completed 13 out of 17 pitches, a dozen of them In suc- Writtena for NEA Service .duelng for a mile are excitingR, lies the answer to the white-1 LEAGUE STANDINGSATL
session, for 23 yards. And when Charley wasn't throwing the ---- --..--------- -.- If spectators forget the clock washing. Bob Waggoner is now Teams Won Lost BULL RING
ball, Ray Kichenlaub, the big fullback, was ripping through the and enjoy the race, Wes Santee known as "Split" and Sears' Sears 42 30 BULL
West Point 1ne.. and Gunnar Nielsen will give captain Bud Balcer has become Powell's Garage 36 38
In the Army dressing room after tha holocaust, Capt. Kol- them all the thrills they can x- member of the "OtUs" club as El Panama 35 37
let is made .ho saY. "Men, today you have seen something new ,mpect indoors. hms score with show. Seymour Agency 31 41 Saturday 29th at 8:15 P.M.
Of course, It waap't new at all, not by a margin of sevep + Gala BuEllfighling Performa mCe"
with the Wesl.yan game In 1906. The lapse should have been



Maher falls to get beyond the backfield, and perhaps it's Both private and class swim- - -o -,
just as well, as he appears to yield considerably to inevitable sing lessons are being planned
nostalgia for the long ago. for at the Balboa YMCA-USO MACAWS DEFEAT PALOMAS rCacaws-
Marty starts off with Daly at quarterback. Then he names Cpl. Leon 0. Hamilton of Fort Days, 2b ..........4 1 0 1 2
Paul Bunker, 1903. at half., Paul who died at Corregidor., afd Amador will be the Instructor. o Behind the no-hit pitching of.T. Durtee, ......- 2 1 1 6 1
back. Michigan State College and ma- caws, with a big third InnlingJ. Durfee, p ......4 1 0 3 1
Marty passes up Glenn DavIs and Doc Blanchard, of that j Jored in Physical Edutatlon. overcame the Palomas lead and J. Chase, c3 ...... 2 1 1 0
amazing gridiron class of 1947. Private lessons for adults and handed them a 10 to 5 defeat. Tharp, If ......... 3 2 2 0 1
Bunker bad a notable distinction. Walter Camp named him children may be arranged in late Tha r, with two for three, and P. Corrlgan, 3b .3 1 0 0 1..
an All-Americ tackle in 1301, and a back to 1903. O afternoons by registering at the one of "em a triple was the big Eberenz, rf .......1 0 0 0 0
Nobody will find fault with the selection of 01ll, who may "Y." fn un of the day, although Reis'Reece, lb .........2 1 1 3 1
have been the grtest all-around athlete, the Academy yet has Lee Durecher Class deuons for children will ammered out a triple 'n his on- Relss, If .......... 1 1 1 0 0
seen y *t tbe held on ,8urday orenan, ly appearance of the day. I ....
The movie pays uD "the class on aih the stars elo," 1315, The boys meeting at 9:00 a.rn a Totals .. ...-27 10 8 15 8
with EIsenhower. ODrar Bradley. Vain Fleet, Prichard and Mernl- I DON'T have to remind that and the girls at 10:00 a.m. Today, the onejos play host I
lat- 10-year-old Leo Durocher was For further information in-.to Uhe Ocelots. and from all in- ooe by innings:
,rMihard, at quarter and Marillat, at end, picked Notre hardly a Honus Wagner at bat auire at the YMCA offle in Bal- d.it.,,,. ,tio s ..e Mr ., ,u to flb


Dame's rial ltrLks in 1011 end that laUbTrt 1 wed t1 to wle Paul Krichell, the famous boa pr call Balbo 13, or 1759. 'n thr last contest, the-r Palomas ..............021 11-5
Dame's sedol Uift in 1113 emr Oft M UM t; sliot, siged him for the Yaniees
S NAvy, at'the ,Poleo man"22 to 0. srwas the winner, so both teams.Macaws ............... 027 01-10
"T Loa GrayL Li" Q bneil picture. But no n" ; h I wll be out to grab this ame. I errors : Palomas 7 (Valentine,
movie abt West Point ps ou i om It was my first season of pHIro.
wih o sumaw of It. heeet iO vf he wrI btr- lenal basebarll-with Hartford Bateman r Sanders wi pitch F.akowak, Barber 3, Dolan,
tlwe. f tea s e ue nd l a .. I a with Tubb oing the receiving Sander. Cacawa 4 (T. Durfee 3.
thaf. t a t the, .A so mmr T for the Ocelots. For the Conejos, J. Durfee. Runs battd in: Bar-
EI~'.- took things et.e .Kirkland, Watson or Chase will neas, Chare, Tharp 2, Corrigan,
a.t bhtlg into onsderation IALM la. -- (NA) Mu toss them up with Millon doing Reece, T. Duntee. Two-bawe hi .
vmwhe long for a shortstop. Hirsb pieks S mmer Tant ae catch g. Chase: Three-base hits: Tharp,
xha my rst aL break, t bea the r-d chmi The box score: re T. Dure 3. Lft on
B A R A IN 'am wbes LamuMae. ,hhtra edt tm Wi nners Maea IL Palomas, 5. Baum a .
MhA Rd asA Na Aog leofbe MyDet.F Pnomas AB R HPO A balls off: Durfee 8; ThSrp 0;
FOR SrM 196 Ch"yeler W44*w aW e na e toare a & gbr una l..3o : 5Tharp1: .;Bar-
& od= Z o- OWS-U---aft-- ,,m?, py. fiend n ky- 21 t s Crdt---.-......... ---0 0abier. Sc.hneder 1. 1.a off:
s.d..-- Low M"ag. t- E.Gr "h,-- _--_- --t. a. lht h e of Im. Barbier, p -........1 0 I Due for4,runs In 4 Ip NAVARRITO ("'te sevi
t* E m OWam'. i C IMeame whom ev Miss Barnes, ..........b2 1 0 5 1 -.02 0for 1 run in
Si a s wander. lb ..3 0 0 A eeeder 1 for run I
Sm-m,, .. ,a. e. --. o o Pere, .:.. ...1 : a o ,1il nsby pitcher, m GAU OOFIII N
....eei t 'u +ig yd...Ito "f..,.....16 h a n :TO OF (Nl
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CHrRONOLOGY


1827-45: Route for trans-Isthmian crossing surveyed by January 27,
several British, French and U.S. expeditions. Several con- the last rail wa
essuions for canal, railroad, highway or combination granted terminal and IC
i Congress for New Grenada (later Colombia, but none fol- JJanuary
lwed through for lack of funds or interest. cific. The railr
'L 1847: U. S. Congress awarded contracts to carry mail it was complete
4e*tween New York a'nd Oregon, via Panama. Contract be- was fixed at $25
sween Panama and Oregon held by William Henry Aspin- foot. These ra
-'E al financier. John Lloyd Stephens, lawyer, travel writer, courage passed
om at and explorer: and Henry Chauncey. being replaced
1847-48: Aspinwall, Chauncey. Stephens and James L. tinted for 20 ye
.Baldwin, engineer, explored proposed route across Isthmus, 1855-1870:
finding 300-foot pass over continental divide. in 1868 reached
Jan. 24, 1848: Gold discovered in California. Gold rush contract signed
".a O anama starts soon after. ment of $1 mill
.De. 28, 1848: Aspinwall, Chauncey, Stephens, obtained of 99 year conts
'-'clusive concession from New Grenada to build Isthmian 1871-1878:
ossing. whether all rail. combination rail and water, or was described a
_acadamized road. to be completed In eight years. 1878-1904:
S: April 7. 1849: Panama Railroad Company chartered in nal companies,
S w York State, with capital stock of $1 million. tLater York. officers a
* ended to $5 million). business was tra
S18 49: Location survey made; new summit gap at 260 Equipment
S t discovered', dance program c
January, 1850: Railroad headquarters established at Pacific started.
SOorgona, where trans-lathmlan passengers left river boats first time and n
Stotake mule trains to Panama City, about 20 miles away. May. 1904:
1 April, 1850: Difficulty in getting labor and material to Railroad when
-Gorgona, plus inflated wages, forced decision to start rail- shares) was rec
-4SWad construction at Caribbean. John 0. Trautwine and United States.
-4 rge M. Tottei, who had held contract for railroad con- 1904-14: R
'* iclon, hired by company as engineers and contract can- portant part In
e New ePnttact negotiated with New Grenada, building Gatun
I' Ma 1850: S nial force under Trautwine and Baldwin the world, was I
St clear Manzanillo Island, now Colon; force lived on old During the cons
-brig, later o4 steamship hull. in Limon Bay. ported to have
Juy-Deeember, 185I: Grading started and track laying roads In the wi
S'beguA between Manzanlllo Island and Gatun, by force of passengers and
b about 1,000. Gauge was 5 feet; first rail was flat iron bars 1915-16: R
laid on stringers. carrier when C
Oct. 1, 1851: Train of work cars, first Isthmian train, slides blocked tl
r* from Manzanillo to Gatun. Original capital almost ex- 1921-22: In
V ended and price of stock tumbled. World War I th(
-November, 1851: Steamers Georgia and Philadelphia, car- 1923-40: Pe
r 'Tying about 1,000 passengers for California, forced from usual old equipment,
achorage at mouth of Chagres into Limon Bay by storm. 1940-45: Ri
S'Pasengers demanded railroad transportation as far as line importance, and
ran. "Thus was started a service that was to bring the corn- Canal. In 1942
pany more than $2 million during the early part of the con- 1,773,947 tons, a:
struction period, making the Panama Railroad a money- led 1,146,899.
making line before It was half. completed." 1948: As ol
March 15, 1852: Railroad published first schedule. Ter- porated as a fec
6QWnal at Bohlo Boldado, traits running daily, with $2 set as was combined i:
passenger fare. the Army. altho
Oct. 13, 1852: Stephens died in New York. by a 13-man bol
Nov. 24, 1853: Filt train crossed ChagreW river at Bar- 1951: The I
b coas bridge, 2 mila from Atlantic terminal, the Panama Rai
J July 13, 154: Trains were-running to within one mile Panama Canal
of Summit, 11 miles from Panama City. red to the new c
.` July 22, 1854: Railroad company signed contract with 1953: The
commission nmerchant Ran Runnels, a former Texas Ranger, ice, operating 1
to organize police force. By Octqber he had run brigands 50.93 miles. Du
Soff the road. 255.720 tons of
September, 1854 January, 1855: Track laid to Summit, creases from thi
Lwo regressing from Panama City end to join tracks. Midnight To
running daily to Summit. one hundredth a


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1855: "At mid
a laid at Suxnm
OA miles fromI
8, 1855: First t
oad was 47 mile
ed it had earned
5 first class, stee
Ltes, admittedly
gers while the
but met with
ears.
Annual divider
d 44%. Capital
with Colombia,
ion; yearly pay
ract. '
Railroad neglect
,s "wasteful and
Panama Railro
although its ge
and directors w
ansacted in Eng
increased and
carried on, pier
In 1893 railro
o10 dividends wer
United States
French-held
eived as part o
railroad, improv
construction of
Dam, then th
hauled 25 miles
struction period
the heaviest tr
world; its peak
1.949,215 tons ol
railroad, which h
anal was opened
he Canal for eig
these depress
e Railroad show
period of mainte
reballasting of ]
allroad returned
d emerged some
(fiscal year 1
nd the following
f July 1, the P
leral corporation
nto a single sh
ugh Its affairs
ard.
business functic
ilroad were mer
Company and a
company .
railroad is an a
between Colon
during fiscal yes
revenue freight
e previous fiscal
night: The Pi
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plaRAILROnning and
pre tednit, In darkne and in
U.,S. E
Built by Um
rise, d" 37 mile from the Atlaespitc 60 te
ships.and obst
States Capital
mericans who,
most of theirI
and much ofa
from the Uni







a long, coat 57,407,535. By time AS6I t ws I
This first
through the
Night, In darkness1.08 and in rain, the New Wo
it," 37 miles from the Atlantic most 60 years
train ran from Atlantic to Pa- row Isthmus
t long. cost $7,407,535. By time th was l e
d more than $1 million. Fare their boed, Ii
rage, $10, express $1.08 a cubic was ulratpenso
exorbitant, were set to dis- Stas Indhpens
temporary construction was on of the pe
so little opposition they con- tie of the F
nds never fell below 12% and HEAVIES
Increased to $7 million. New Before the i
calling for an Immediate pay- opened In 1914
ment of $250,000 for full term road was rep
heaviest traffic
acted by its management, which the railroads
d cavalier." 1913 alone, it
)ad stock owned by French Ca- lion tons of fi
neral offices remained in New der three mili
ere mostly Americans and its Three United
lish. two Queens, i
improved, extensive mainten- like Sarah he
and port at La Boca on the lova, Mark T\
)ad went Into the red for the Ward crossed
re paid from 1893-96. cars.
acquired control of Panama It carried its
stock (68,887 of total 70,000 troops in 1852
)f French property sold to the than half comO
red years o( i1
ed and relocated, played Im- passengers hi
-Canal. All dry earth used in reds of theous
e largest earth-filled dam In
by railroad from Culebra Cut. RAILRO
the Panama Railroad was re- During its c
affic per mile of all the rail- the Ralroad I
year was 1913 when 2,916,857 force which d
revenue freight were carried, uve, if speedy
iad gone out of business as co- In 1886, an li
ed, reverted to old role when hanged from o
;ht months. In 1903, it pla
slon years following end of part in the re
red a deficit. tablished the
nance of way, replacement of the Republic o
road, etc. For years tl
d to something of its former road maintain
what from under shadow of missaries, qua
942) revenue freight reached telegraph and
g year passenger traffic total- 44. PE
anama Railroad was reincor-
n under a new law. Its stock During the f:
are, held by the Secretary of operations, the
continued to be administered over $750,000,0
nuggets, gold
ons of the Panama Canal and and collected
urged into a new, company, the per cent on e
ll its activities were transfer- Originally ca
$1,000,000, the
Luxliary and supporting serv- eventually repj
and Panama, a distance of of more than $
ar 1953, the railroad carried ends and Inve
, 451.499 passengers, both de- Its stockholc
1 year. Idends of as
anama Railroad celebrates the cent a year a
its completion. riJ, as acorpo
ly by the Uni
W W W almost ,24,00,



munication wil
West and stim
I fornia gold r
SRailroad play
Spart in the his
States and in
and 030 Its need ha
sized VAttemp
French cormp
7:U : P.M. some sort of
I had been una
years before
united States
granted contra


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Yars ago, Jan. 28,
it train to cross the
itinent rattled to a
anama City railroad
eight of the Pacific
lar would pass be-
nd crossed the Mis-
r and t was to be
ore a golden spike
las Pactflc and Cen-
aflroads to lnak the
west coasts of the
W.
anscontinental train
e Americas- a trip
- had taken about
but many years of
dreaming and five
ious labor were re-
that three-hour trip.
ENTERPRISEE
united States enter-
inconceivable hard-
taecles, -with United
I engineered by A-
i ere supplied with
fod and materials
their skilled labor
ted States, the Pa-
id still stands as a
United States skill

railroad, built
tropical jungles of
rld, served for al-
Sas the only means
Ion across the nar-
of Panama.
I by the French in
t ill-fated, attempt
Isthmian canal; It
able to the United
successful complex.
anama Canal.
ST TRAFFIC
Panama Canal was
, the Panama Rail-
orted to have the
ic per mile of all
of the world. in
t carried two mil.
eight and just un-
lion passengers.
d States presidents,
artists and writers
rnhardt, Ana Pay-
wain. and Artemus
the Isthmus in its .
first United States
when it was less
pleted; in the hund.
Its life, its military
iave totalled hund
nda.
>AD COPS
construction years,
had its own police
ispensed an effet-
y, form of justice.
isurrectionist was
one of its flat cars.
tyed an important
evolution which es-
independence of
of Panama.
he Panama Rall-
ied its own comn-
rters, hospitals and
telephone system.
ER CENT
first 12 years of its
e railroad carried
00 in gold dust,
and silver coin -
a quarter of one
ach shipment.
ipltaslzed at only
Panama Railroad
resented a fortune
100,000,000 in divid-
estments.
lers collected div-.
much as 44 per
t the peak of its
Is last half centu-
ration owned whol-
lted States, it paid
00 into the Unit-
easury.
D RUSH
the need for com-
th the fast-growing
ulated by the Cali-
ush, the Panama
'ed an important
story of the United
the development
world.

anied to finance
Isthmian crossing
successful for 20
two groups of U-
businessmen were
icts In 1847 to trans-


port mail, via the Isthmus of Pa-
nama, between New York and
Oregon.
The holders of the Pacific con-
tracts, from Panama to Oregon,
were William Henry Aspinwall,
a grand-uncle of Franklin Delano
Roosevelt, Henry Chauncey and
John L. Stephens.
In December 1949 11 months
after gold had been iqund in Ca-
lifornia, they obtained n exclu-
sive contract from New Grena-
da, now Colombia, to construct
some means of transportation
across Panama.
They had made a survey and -
decided that a railroad was
practical; four months late r,
they incorporated the Panama
Railroad Company In New York.
CHAGRES
In order to capitalize on the
rush of gold-seekers who had al-
ready begun to make their way
across the Isthmus, Aspinwall,
Chauncey and Stephens planned
to start the railroad at the Cha-
gres River, about halfway a-
cross (the Isthmus, where pas-
sengers rarnsferred from river
bosts to mule'"tris.
The first stretch to be built
was that between the Chagres
landing and the Pacific coast
Men, stores and material were
to be transported up the river and
two steamboats, of shallow w
draught, were sent to the Isth-
mus for this purpose.
According to one of the rail.
road's first historians, neither
these boats nor the native bongo.
es or canoes proved practicable.
In addition, the rush of Califor-
nala travel had so raised the hire
of the native boatmen that one
expense of river transportation
was enormously increased.
COLON


Regretfully, the Panama Rail-
road's pioneers abandoned their
original plan and sought a loca-
tion for the first tracks on the
shore of the Caribbean.
Eventually they selected Man-
zanillo Island, a mangrove-cov-
ered lowland which is now Co-
lon and which lay at the edge of
a bay in which Christopher Co-
lumbus had once anchored his
ships.
Working conditions and liv-.
Ing conditions were fantastical.
ly bad. The railroad builders lab-
ored by day in swamps, hip-
deep in mud. They alet --n a
tossing brig which had brouht
materials from New York. They
fought malaria and mosquitoes
-and did not connect the two.
Only seven miles of track had
been laid and the original capi-
tal all bat exhausted when a
stroke of fortune changed the
railroad's entire history- and
made its completion possible.
WINDFALL


In November, 1951, a norther
forced two ships, loaded with 1000
Caiornia-bound passed g e r s,
from the eutomary anchorage
at the mouth of the Chagres into


what Is now ULimonBay where
the railroad had its Atlantic ter-
minal.
The passengers saw the trains
of work cars and demanded trans-
portation, even for seven miles,
and at any price.
From then on, passengers were
carried as far as the railroad
tracks extended. The resulting
revenue was estimated at over
$1,000,000 before the Panama
railroad was completed.
Despite the drenching rains of
the wet season, the burning suns
of the dry season, labor difficul-
ties, malaria and yellow fever,
the construction wae pushed on.
Finally, on January 27, 1855 a
gang working from the Pacific
side met the tracks which had
been laid from the Atlantic.
JANUARY RAIW
At midnight, in an unseason-
able rain, 10-. miles from Pa-
nama City, the last rail was laid.
The next day the first train ran
from Atlantic to Paifeic while
eroWds marvelled "at. the ap.
pearance of the iron bors... snf
the faulty with Wtl I d
creature was mage$ "
For the ext 1S yea the *t04
reed was a bema1eA. Amatl iv.
Idends were never below It per
cent and in 18o reached 44 per
cent.
But the opening of a railroad
across the United States and the
signing of what the Papama Rail-
road's stockholders considered an
unfavorable new contract with
Colombia caused its stock to de-
cline in value.
In addition, the administration
was "wasteful and cavalier" and
the railroad was so poorly main-
tained that travel in its trains
was hazardous.
FRENCH ARRIVE


In 1978, when the first French
Canal Company was formed, one
of its first acts was to purchase
the Panama Railroad for use In
the construction of a canal.
From 1878 to 1904 the railroad
remained in French hands, al-
though its offices were kept in
New York and its business was
transacted in English.
The French Improved the rail.
road's tracks, and added Mew
equipment; its value when it was
-sold to the United States in 164M
along with other properties .;I
the French company was about
$12,000,000.
Its condition, however, was still
far from satisfactory. In 1905,
John F. Stevens, chief engineer
for the Isthmian Canal Commis-
sion and an experienced railroad
man, wrote:
"About the only claim for good
work heard was that there had
been no collisions for some time.
A collision has its good points as
weo as its bad it indicates
that there is something moving
on the railroad."


CONSTRUCTION DAYS
The United States ordered new
equipment, doubletracked and


w toldbdfrs|
- -
it totbei a .

on the wid |


located the railroad.
During the construction eo the
Pana.ma CnaL the raflolad
th steel and e oat
wrek :1 away an a the
ea9 fromin the great Gala. Cut
This earth was packed a0 Ga.
tun Dam,M q until q caattetio
of the Fort Peck dam, the large.
est earth-fille da the world
There was o uM Way aeros
the Isthmus; there were almost
no roads between towns. I any.
thing or anyone moved, it was
by railroad.
on f te early
tieth0rtucked up
hdwir 19sh irts "ft tde %par-
ties afterwrk'hoen, talerall.
roal's labor ean .'
The taok were nai by rain
to hoastala "alo. laio tie
dead to the Cana Zone' cemata.
series.
'MILITARY NECESSITY'

After- P as a




pr, the 1aaaga a a
Pay oWN"d Ite cone lwaries
w hsk fed an Canal Zes em.
P ty e hotels whlh eased
vW "athe dairy famr while

It ao owned land In the B.
public of Papama.
It remalhed chartered tder
the laws of the State -of New
York as ith ad been since 1843.
Its president was also the Gov-
ernor of the Capal Zone.,
The Railroad's Conpiny'
funds, rpoperes d allti
were not directly e of the
nited Stt, .altho it pakSaa
annual dividend to the Ul'tfd
States Treasury.
WORLD WAR II
Between 1914, whn ships be.
gains to go through the Canal and
the years of World War If the
railroad's program was largely
one of track improvements, e-
quidpmet replacement sad toad-
bed improvement.
The Wi 0 yeaeat a-reat.
Ysger en became elt of

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C eug a N rAeMd C3 P St
ts stocks atSW


CANAL COMPANY


Three years later, ithe
tion which established the ana.
ma CanA Company o ted
the Panama Railroad, te a-
tion of the Canal ad all ntd
business type function s t
government cor wn
as the- Panama Canal Cny.
Today the Railroad ala. i

lsar by law =o 4r.l.
rectors and eweeh {MetMen

.e piteed in the 9 m the
Ing a number ditfmb w ryit


actm.tes its ame is
retorts a of n e Amrlse-e

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