The Panama American

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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:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00639

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Related Items:
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MOWAMtN Q Ji.., 29 (UP)-Administration forces.
today R. diwWWOfal approval of the Formosa do-
fenn-reesotiaon ei. major victory for the President In
gaining g ppo't or a firir policy in Asia.
Thea-T.ii n, wkh authorizes this country to fight
if necear t out of Comnunlit 'hands,
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THE CROWD WHICH OVERFLOWED the area around
"Old 299". which stood gleaming 1i the hot afternoon sun.


the speakers' platform yesterday sought seating space on


YESTERDAY IT SEEMED LIKE JUST ABOUT ALL...



Were Riding On. The Raiload
"In one way or another the
Panama Railroad has influenced
the life of almost every family
in the New World."
This thought, expressed yes-
terday by Panama's Comptroller
General Roberto Heurtematte,
struck the keynote for the day-
long commemoration of the Rail-
road's ;00 years of colorful his-
lundreds of people gathered
around the speaker's platform
yesterday afternoon for the de-
cation ceremoniesA which took
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TAIPEI, Jan. 29 (UP) American naval ves
tualy will take Chinese Nationalist' men and equipmq
off Tachen beaches, a high American official tod .,
lIe said Seventh Fleet commander Vice-Adm. 9Alff i
M. Pride is feverishly "searching" for landing craft j^1
other ships to be used in the operation.
The official said American naval craft will go ruoi
up to shore through water reportedly already contai.1 'I
mines'.
The Nationalists are not so worried about mines O.
about Communist torpedo boats which already have take
a toll of their croft.


U.S. fighter pilots fired on
over the Formosa straits will
retaliate without regard to In-
ternational boundaries. it was
aiso reported today.
Authoritative sources said the
CommunistS threatening tiMes
hinese Nationalist fortress is-I
ld will no m the advance
"priv e petusn" rtt


The U. 8. Air Force's a1h
fighter-bomber Wing may .tt.
the defense of Formosa yiA ,
to Its Job In the KoreanWar.
From Taipeh to the Tachengs ,
about 300 mies, as was the -flit.
from Seoul to mlg Alley in norW-
J", tot. boAl ty s


w hi -hone down on
veigathe g.
rry I 't turn off,"
l eb bold'sspe ech, ohis seond
S ng days centenal celebra- and bedecked withe day, poceded
-nrn cand$ reminiscences heard

g -eo f the railroad.
Sr of Mr. Mao e earlier e special train, drawn
t lset, thel- by old steam locomotive No. 803
ormosa et loW T days e nteni hal cenlebra-and bedecked with slyth colored
S t g flalaand banners, completed an
hout-and-28-minute run from
pIdbg b to a day rf tod. itay will Ml a nea. aCSlnWAL el ies. Over 1000 people, repres-n
s., complete with beaten differentsocial and civic NGINEER J0 ORR I curls up against his daddy for a short
Sr- DeaTe.lanan 3-00Y1O. Best ad watch chain and top organs atlons on the Isthmus brcak, ont the last lap of histrans- anl ountrie orhe-
.- pi. Sll t any gMY, back walked up and down the made the trip, exactly 00 ooyears Centenary Special yesterday. Joey took a lunch pall, which he
Ai or j uttheplacei s of the secil train yes- rafter the historic ocean-to-oe an packed himself, full of cracker s,ap and coo kes.Hhe ma
Stoe. No k nwing wht a white te y Sally greeting pasen- crossing. e the trip in place of his randfaothe, eph Orr, who wta an
a day g Old 9.we a Canal mploye s w bearded w
Figure who with hls to bhat,
antique ea and aenthentic the locomotive, t brougf the Stat and ll countries border-
raho was a eter hain rleprder specaltrain across the bIsthmusng an die in isc s c
eIntldhmseelf a Mr. oAl wt o dvernor Seybold, In his de-in "I a g remarks were:
s of ieCanal Zone who preme C.rs d f in Qication speech, noted the press ate has ben te


Sepat plaintiffs "TOe tatute of LimiDatations on a nal reeonpt will be given worked at the controls of "Old able period of development for to their memory and in honor
St t c I 2 h a lo tme ill nationalities, which o he said asor t he of their deed b whih we wlo
e A U. mue. Inoanur eeed fitting, for the Panama to tUeneis de who hd
dT e ted from our pay, o the tw- y an i lroad was built by men from roadbed
k of.bn o were. manany nations, a trackless name e, and to aad
Ie year p The itHe said the completion of eck or mone





a hed th cam a on "a par plaintiff" basW; thr der should be made pape
itrut o U f recovery h was a vetern aralroader. Ralroad marked the beginning and died In ts construction.
s through l check b y At least one o th old-timers, of a new epoch a new era in "I am happy that thi ppro-
aa Zone who Supreme Court. Cit. Should cash be presented, Walter Crouch, who once transportation, anda remark- rate memorial has bepn erected
~Lim tax tax casesI 8to 2o l sareCeipt will be given wOked at the controls of "Old able period of development for to their memory and in honor
el wit two o nies to n yas f o h the individual c i t 9" had long time wish grant- the Isthus of Panamafor the of their deds by which we who
e Uitwso e ied toa is p td or three t es oly, print b yournihed al yesterday abe agn rode in "Golden West" of the United Cont nPae. Colmn 6)
to the tb for Andefrom the t time the tax is waddod on Ia s9p of paper mand
AU due.Inoura the tax is d- enclose itWthyour b chmek or
SuaS Sd dusted from our pay, so the I ti- biney order. We must have your
tute expires at the end of two a and t address for our
year period. The suit will be filed records. The or moe
e stne oD "a parI plaintlff" basid: this der should be made palo]*
w, Mse -means that the Statute of L "T Trust Fund" and nied
A on- taton ceases to run against to Mrs. V Pearce, B 11S,
h ease At the thoe takn art in the case the Pedro Miguel, Canal Zone.
s a to de the sulis filed, but cOnti- A Power of Attorney form,
i tlnl w tI ornji to M ains othe not Atspecific for recovery of tax
Iwhen I is shedled jon is our mones only, will be furnished all
whenheifaweatth t- I those individuals who have made
.cation tobecome 't
rig letter of detall- eby Z: waospa are tU pad there $6.9
Ieonw mailed to &U.,I tiff t 'Tparti.- to F e rune:
he v of LaVern w.and willbefr.ihedobw1
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tany Red I The U.a. A le ...
S on them even reported
It t'wasvl him over 2000 mlta e planeslVth
dtory. lEats cluperfri
on ld be us- combat andtr Pana
n'the international Nationalist ha ha
11 mof t pursuit," suadrons toiI5bout N'-o
d= maleators. t h topla in .
tna I rmmuny merely
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thu ships, each eghtodayh
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en archiplelagoa tand quezoy bastions
The only effective wa y to offshore rlaad chain.
knoIk out the Red airbase on The first hint of Ut Y. i
the Cinese tmaitnlto Rql ck, t Iins re M and u
of Comimun-in- nfet were able --"-t a3?



acUoldn to aruthortate U.oflficals tam
embers scored hits on A high Amerian official -'
the, ships, each weighing dicedd today that V s. a-.,r
tons, northeast of Yushan, whichforces would help the

in yo, would benort the tb-hNalonalsts defed the l
en archipielago. and Quemoy bastons atof i
The only "effective way to offshore I'ad chain. of w .*'
knock out the Red arbals on .The first hint of U. d. /ntoB-"
the Chinese mainland quickly, tlon redardlnr Matedu and Quo,
ac"rrding to authoritative US. nq cMaee wth official wordmgo
in Tokyo, would be to use the Nattnalists had agreed Innoft-.
atom bomb. The other course cple to the evacuation of
would b9 heavy and continuous Tachen Islands to he
bombing of China The high
U. S. officials in Tokyo appar- United Stats-
ently did not know of any solid give support thelae- .
decision that might have been lits eoud hold QueM g
reached in Washington regard- Mati, in a area I
ing the evacuation of the Tach- air power a snote s
tos. n near the -
Informants reported the Com- e. -
munists have about 1200 to 1400 U. 8. Sabres flying from t
military planes in range of the new Formosan bases JoineI
Tachens, some 20 of them ets. powerfully ra eed 1s th
But their nearness to the the anti-Ou. lunt
offshore Islands would give The Alir ,,,-
them several times as many ef- Jet pilot be1abs6 1 t e* g
festive flying hours over the mos Frida and still was
Iisads as the more than 4- ing hours later whlea
U.S. aval ad mos of the deadly WM-kWaeers
fighters. landed on tm lan at
-- -Ibetween Oknawa aMd
The pilot survived.
Am IMcormickk Communist action
Tachens
servers saM e i5
tration of IU. &,aie


Mrs. Annis Bingham McCor- Aha&_
Wife of C. T. McCormick, _
died suddenly In her home in at -iS
yesterday around mid-.b
autiusy has been ordered f1 Of -is _


a Oorgas Hospital to determine
vease of death. She was 41 year
a'She was found ing e the
floor of her home by her hum-
Mid, who is clerk, of te U..
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O THB PANAMA AMIMCAN IU IN'DEP4ND9T bAl.T M NEWWrAP


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TELEPHONE PANAMA NO. 2-0740 1 5 LINES I
CAs AncODNes,. PANIAMMICANI PANAMA
.lFIWRt 12.179 CENTRAL AVENUE DETW2EN ISTH AMC ITH STM
*F MEION REPRXSINTATIVns, JOSHUA B. POWERS. INC.
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VTOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN


HEMAI- -

SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

I. .Jt received notice of the death of Adam Dorn on Januar
r t'Iot Springs National Park, Arkansas. Mr. Dorn was
rator at Pedro Miguel until retirement a few years ago
a thy to his widow.
e old timers are dropping off fast, but some seem to b
h ". d .
Had a light freeze 220 that reached the Rio Orande and int(
Mexico that slightly damaged the vegetable crop, but the citrus
crop escaped damage. Warming up again. That suits me.
See mv friend Crede Calhoun reports some cold weather ti
Boquete in December. That Boquete cold weather never bother
ed me. but the same degree sure pinches up here.
W. J. "Pop" Wright
TRINIDAD PEN FRIENDS
Sir:
I would be very glad if you could print the enclosed names
so that we could obtain an English-speaking pen friend in order
to gaWu some knowledge of your beautiful country.
We enjoy travelling, hiking, philatelist, athletic, readlni
newspapers, and Inter-racial friendship. Please accept my greet-
Ing from lovely and beautiful sunshines Trinidad, the land o
calypso, steel bands, humming birds, pitch lakes, and cascad4tr
fish.
Princess Margaret will be here Feb. 3 and will-go on a towu
of the West Indian Islands; also the Australian Cricket team
will be here while our local capniva takes place on Feb. 21.
V. V. Rousseau, age 19
Vivian Rousseau, age 20
V. Rousseau, age 36
Sc/o Rosehill P.O.
Port-of-Spain,
S..... Trinidad,
** British West Indles.
.HOUSING SHUFFLE

Allow me to bring to light certain unbecoming practices of
the Housing Division in regards to assignment of quarters in the
Paraiso townsite. I am not singular in this beef, it also concerns
y other employes regular like myself with many years of
It now happens that after residing in La Boca after being
shuffled from quarters to quarters we are now being notified of
nent to Gambos. Myself and many others stand aghast
St especially when we witness employees with less years ol
0I and other intermiltent employes, some of whom work on
"th piers only for. personal convenience cheaper gas, etc., to
; arry on their business in Panama and through some pull 01or
lence have got and are getting assignments to Paraiso.
I hope the higher-ups take note of this to correct this try-
u situation which tends to add an added burden to our some-
what depleted paycheck.
Shuffled Beefer
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Club


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a s tatement
rfre o 4 Dinner course
,(pl.) S Wing*-shaped
u"y plant Ila Wand's
I capital
rtie ale7 Number
SSibling 8Pseeling tool 26,'agle's nest 40 Ledger entries
Salons Russian city 27 Satisfactory 41 Git recipient
bu r f 10 Small amount (slang) 42 Nuisance
11 Ago 26 Toward the 43 Opposed
S 17Expunger sheltered side 44 Pace
a34nh 10Sager 3- 2Fog 4 Equips
-" 23 Chinese vases 31 -- --t pork 47 Feminine
W -,. 4He'situ st the. chops appellation
e- .. table head 31FapaUcal 48Kind ofduck
kmr 5At" p $ Walls 5 OQolf mound


S STOCKHOLDERS OF

CRVECERIA KACIONA So A.

(NATIONAL BREWERY INC.)

We wish to remind you that the regular
Assembly of Stockholders will be held in
S.1h Main Office of the Company, Eloy Al-
far No. 77, Panama City, on Monday Jan-
Swry 31st, 1955 at 7 P.M.
In accordance with the By-Laws of our
Company this meeting cannot be held un-
I s QP-mfhal plum one of the total number
bdd present or represented
f pay, an d *.nehalf of the epA-


l w are unable to a

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Labor News



Comment

0 By VICTOR BRISML 4
Labor's political strategists ar
convinced that their opponent ,fto
the presidency of the U.S. in 195
will be Dwight D. Eisenhower.,
Because many' of the nations
labor leaders believe that thl
President wil. be hard tb beat
they have already begun collect
g funds and whipping their cam
paign machinery into shape 'fo
t0e '56 campaign.
Right now-flly 20 months i
y advance of the presidential nom
a ting conventions (probably ii
Phlloelphia) la ior's poitica
Committees are dispatching ap
peals for funds or are holding ne
tional conferences for the fight 01
Elsenhower.
0 The CIO, led by Walter Reuther
as li. moved first to raise a cam
palgs war chest. Its famed PoliUt
n cal Action Committee has an
Snounced that "receipt books foi
PAC's 1955 dollar drive are now
ready and will be.available to in.
international union secretary-treas
urers within a few days.
This announcement just came
from PAC comptroller George
k Rettinger. At the same time, his
r chief, PAC director Jack KroU,
and Carl McPeak, the CIO's as:
I siant director of councils, dis-
Spatched a special memo to all
f state and local CIO bodies warn
Sing them, in eft ct, not to do any
thing to slow up the national
r political fund raisin drive.
This 1955 dollar drive is for na-
tional activity. The regional out.
fits were directed not to hold any
local lund raising until the na-
tional drive is bver.
The local leaders were told "to
avoi4. competition between fund
raising campaigns." Kroll and Mc-
Peak referred to special instruc-
tions issued to CIO Political Ac.
tion Committees last March.
At that time the national CIO
political headquarters declared,
f "N local fund raising effort
Swi ch does not transmit half of the
S contributions to national CIO.PAC
shall be conducted until It has first
been cleared with national CIO-
PAC." .
f Such clearance will be given,
t when "it appears that the local
drive will be run after the PAC
(national) drive and under such
circumstances jast o avoid any
competition with the national CIO
drive,"
This appears to mean that the
national machinery to defeat El-
penhower and help the Democratic
party retain control of Congress
will get priority over all other
campaigns.
S CIO s espcially interested In
those states where Its friends lost
I "hair-line defeats," someies
bya mainOf lust 3000 qtepr
lesas ty
cal. There, lib6r-backed Tlomas
Burke lost. to jpulican George
Bender by ,o of ,500,
voes cast In the senatorial race
for the late-Sen. ft's seat,
Result is that the Ohio CIO lead.
eras two weeks ago pledged them.
selves to a "massive registration
drive" In the early months of this
The AFL "Labor's League for
Political Education" has not been
lss active. Nor have other
AFL political organisatiU.. Jim
McDevitt, the league -_..rector,
hao alerted the AFL' V*,pltiCli
units to year-round activity Strst,
egy and. found raising will be, dis-
cussed In Miami next week dur-
Ing the ,m1dwlntr AFL Exeoutive
Council sslons.
Possible merging of the AL and
CIO political committees will also
te discussed. If the AFL and CIO
themselves decide to merge, they
will also combine their political
machiaerie ton one unit.
There has been some talk that
this committee would be headed
by Walter Reuther, but this Js still
In the talking stage. If Reuther
does head a national politt al com-
mittee representing over 15,000,000
unionized workers, he will Jbecome
one of the most politically influ-
ential men in the nation,
He would speak for a labor lea-


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oal units


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The. Four Guys-

By BOB RUARK


HOUSTON, Tex. I hobbled have sung mostly in Texas, but If Kaye in a smoky little dent before
downstairs to have a word with a MCA, which books them, is real the war, playing to 'a crowd of
friend, and bumped into Connee smart, it'll take 'em East and West two people. And I remtmbir Lena
Boswell, of the old sister team. and give the saloon-goers a taste Home when it was considered a
The gal has still got what it takes of nice, fresh talent. risk to booksa Negro lady Into a
to raise 'em out of the seats, I have swallowed a lot of smoke fashionable hotel, con remember
although Connee herself is chained in my nocturnal prowlings, and I Sinatra billed under the band and
to a chair. can't remember, ever seeing a Crosby making odd grunts for Paul
Connee started me to thinking bunch oft kids cut through conver- Whiteman.
about all the teams over the past station any more thoroughly than Perhaps the pleasure you get
0-30 years, starting off with the these youngsters. They have even from these people later is largely
Mills Brothers, and going through assorted their looks to build a bal. compounded of seeing them new
he Boswells and the Andrews Sis- anced quartet-Larry being'a crew- and fresh before automatic se-
ers, and coming up to the Ink- cut clown Harryconstructed along ceptance, which is why I pitch
pots. One good singing group the lover-boy lines, Jerry big and the plug for the Four Guys.
ticks a stamp on the times, and calm, and Joe little and calm.
think I just collided with a new They work with a guitar and a .At least one, Larry Hovis,
group with a very lon future. bass fiddle, .and they can do any- who is somewhere between David
Four Texas kids, all 1, have thing with harmony that the oti Waype aM ry
ust closed at the Shamrock Ho- ers Yills or the Z tkspots ever U sslty,.a
el. snid if somebody Is real shart and add'a4hnmkvof-tbeir o p ex- wh.
n the recording business, they will tras. Also,, I wou say that wie ave a
herd these kids ito a studio, and ever Is smart Mfaough to co with wo t, 30
tart making them rich. Then I just one number, called "That's years. A. unit 'll tck
,-.sIJ o_-1- _ivt A1ih and I Wh t. a old *d fale'Sim'r & a 1


Maybe, TbIs. Tiie?
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ma.. The last .. ls
wchancet s a nre lt then

why:
i. The ublisn lrty -. o





at least oaeualf of it -- cant t-
bord the stigma of getting the
hurled accusations at the Demo-n
last eeeon. lt R lan
wants..fell for a amety. tang the
goed in D ocrats owai
wat stif




cord the a of gettrs.g the
United States into war. Theyo
urged accusation s at the DeA-t
cnyts Eden as some tricksat this
ast eleetve n. nam l eue o ans t




behavior; al0, an olive branch
used a iac-semorat of lu oin




wbl let thU sa.iofftthe Demo.
though it wa't pheaae Chiangrts at
shek. This solution is. turn For-
their political goose would ibe
cooked for years
3. British Forein Minister Anth-
ony Edn hasl ome tricks up his
sleeve, namely brasessure o the
Ahinee Reds mo mre reasonable
behavior; also, an olive branch
lus a facee-savi a solution wathl
will let the U.S.A. off the -6ok-
though it won't pleaae Chiang Ki*
shek. This solution Is: turn For-
mosa over .to the United Nations,
though keeping Ciang iny rcontroe
Stacked up iainse t these favor-
able factors t p oeae, there is
one unpredictable, worrisome fac,
tor namely the, brashness, bold.




nwess ofsce the uinese d communist
I9E'S BIG RISK
An older, more experien less
cockynation would never eipi.


a war at tis t .
RedI so, milevr,are flushts at the
virtual victory they. score in



ThisKorea, pls anthe big risk Eisenhowrer vic
ory Qemoy Ind achinau w hy real
th n swimming distance we ur the



Cinese mainlansed and t their ow cn
aity to fight in uorea. sollon
th success, tbey could rush Into
war.
Iftheso, military states gistves at the
Pentagon re dvbetting t Rusal
will not come In.
This is the big risk Elsenhower
takes. He is, taidng it especially
in the de enHse ofthe small Iands

Chinese mainland and which- can
be taken by Red China unless

NOTE Pentagon advisers teuw
the White -House .that because .th
Qhinese sReds *reso: bold sae
brash, they had better be stopped
now before theyge..a rongeWs we
'epn't go on bo64 t IAheifr-
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moving pictures, and I would then a Dean Martin-erry Lewis plc- If I were in the agency business Here are highlights of the back'
lay back and rest on their royal- ture, will be running g the top rung I wouldn't write this piece, but stage huddles and secret ark. ?
ties. of the juke boxes for the next year. thank the Lord I'm nt in. the menu taking place during the past
SI always got a great kick out of business, and so I can riffle e week:
They c a 11 themselves simply seeing talent in its birthing period, oncse In a while. Ladies and gentle- REPUBLICAN SPLIT para-
"The Four Guy," and t h e I r as when you catch an act in some men, move the furniture. I give doxically the groupwithin the Re-.
names, from left to right, are Lar- obscure saloon and see It in lights you The Four Guys, from Houston publican party which demands a
ry, Harry, Jerry end Joe. They'in a year or so. I saw Danny Texas. showdown with China Is the same
isolationist group which -bucked


Peter Edson In Washington age=of?,
"t nv.ta. .a u a$


op over China, however "they
forget their previous isolation '.
*What got them steamed up ws*
WASHINGTON -(NEA)-Admi. l-partment security administrator What Senator err's letter to Artiur'sapersuasion, calg a
ral Lewis Strauss, as chairman of points to one requirement that all the Oklahoma voters was intended money contributed y the ha
the Atomic Energy Commission, applicants state on their public to convey is that he is p lobby, pls ntbeiefA Sby- a their a
feel, he has had more than his health declaration whether they to have the U. S. income tax ex. election slogans, There was
fair share of troubles with Con- have ever had falling hair. emptish rai1se fro m the present much attack on the Acheson.Tru- CHI
gress and the public. These trou-- Mr. Mceod says he never could $600 to $700 a person. During the moapolicyInChina ato e tg oe
bles have arisen over such things see. the need for this and similar last session of Congres Senator of thea G p i tone at e
as the atomic energy law, the Dix- questions, though he admitted e Kerr joined, wit Democrats Wal. I ha tO d somwen. diferent ek
on-Yates contract for private pow. was not a medical expert. tor George of Georgia ild Allen t.o Aspaker Joe Moeartin who
er In the Tennessee Valley, and Cracked one balding member otf J. Freer, Jr., of Delaware to came from bre st with with
the Oppenheimer security case. the press corps: "Who doesn't have make makethis $100 increase n eempIke to announce that the President now
Admiral Strauss told the Na. falling hair?" tion effective. But the Eisenhower didn't need any extra authority c,
tional Press Club that the main -,, administration opposed the dea from Congress,-is a great devotee tion"
purpose of AEC's public informs. 'The name "Kilocycle Kops' has and It never got t rst never got t st base, of General MacArthur's Joe the
tion department was to keep him been stuck on te. Federal Comrn Senator Kerr does not believe out his foot in it -however. Foe
out of trouble. But even these munications Commissioa Eng. tax depreciflon for oil and gas Republicans had been blaming $154
killed public Trelations men have- nearing and Montoring Bureau. producers benefits just the few. Truman for acting withoutauthor- $1
n't been able to do that, so he has It Investigates atmospheric noises Hie claims it benefits the .manyity in Korea. Now Jo adi sta
hired a personal, special assistat that Interfere with radio and tale- and that if ft were nto i effect, t. n resat iden ha es aud rity pr
to, work on this problem. He s vision signals. Heres an odd ease oil a id gas prices would be higher att in such nergen authority.
Everett Holues, forme Mutual recently uncovered: than they now are, through de-. HISTORY REPEATS -Unue -
Broadcasting system- commenta-. Monitoringfor interference InK creased, proiucti tiSonably Secretary Dulles Is ol-
to ar. Portland, Ore., a mobile unit ---i
As an expression of how sensi. traced a strange signal to' an It will probably take a Con
tive he Is about public relations, apartment house. A homemade gresslonal .Apropriations commit. C IDt1 A uCE
Admiral Strauss has written what shortwave receiver was found. It tee investigation to drag out all J GLAdt
he calls the Strauss law: had been discarded by its owner the facts, but the Eisenhower bud.
"If anything bad can possibly two years before, but the power gecut eof TennesseehValley Aw
happen, it probably will." cod was left plugged in and the tority funds from $T14 million
------ switch was turned "On." The fire this year to only $ million for next
When U. S. Ambassador to Italy and interference hazard wao end- year was not the Idea of TVA
Clare Boothe Luce was in Wash. ed, and the owner was given an officials.
ington last summer, she corn- explanation on why his light bills The original TVA request 'for
planned about having to cay had been so high. new construction funds now a
around a woman's handbag, w --- closely -guarded secret. Govern-
all the things in it that women ntor Bob Kerr (D., Okla.) meant agencies aren't supposed
carry in handbags. o announced in a recent newsletter talk about how much eir, ml-n.
When Mrs. Luce returned to to his constituents that he will tial requests for funds are cut by
Washingto recently, it was ob- strive during this session of Con-mthe Budget Bureau and the White
bag to conferences. Instead, she benefit te many instead of the \
carried all the things she used to etw." Butt was general known be.
carry n a handbag in her brief In response to query, how- forehand that TVA has big la ns
case. She had ddie Away with te .ver, the Senator's office makes for expansion to meet its cnstant-.
handbag she dAtester so much- elear that this resolution does not 1 expetnding power market. These
by letting o bigger one. apply to any changes in the tax pans _wereB b.rus.e aside While
a *--- tn aelaws which give big depletion atm d mtinistration tidaum up new
As a amnle. of red tape slowIhn lowances to the producer o pe i kM far fluncing power devlop-
up the U. S. refugee smmigrat ans natural gas, of which he et by some means other than
program. i cot McLeod. State De' self Is one. \ direct gevernmaet appropriet.


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ng the Tirumin Dalstraon D
bitter battle continued for months
between Dean Acfcesem andbn.
on oC1te lnemo e ma nl^ Se."
battle is between th6 s wo
succeeded Acheson and the chief .
military man n, the senho
ad g stratlon -- Adm. a
Ratrd. Ra d was reogated
Pacific) by Tru= an after he got
into ctvi war with the Air Force
But Ie brought him qk fro
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Chine
U.. ships and support ut bes
now rig back wr e u-
der Acheso' with e Ui Nsvy
Brotectig hle r t, adft and
DWhes got so V&*t4it One
White House mesMg ovesthe re-
lease of American flt.s, that-
Eienhower inte ..h
admiral claimed flea to get
the fliers was to bloekadet
Chia coast.-mise seeetay. of
state argued t usu s bd Just
released -three AM6It i citizens.
which was her way Msent- a.a
example to China. "Tefore th
RUnited lats. mBt.be patent .
Radford Igr ly dsaged#. .
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Rjderd a lecture on ~ Impor.
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s k ...........::.: i s lecturer and dkector of
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: ,......c10`The"""d'" 1 T name an the Jew ham been
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.a.am. ,. oay,', Tei me In acnaly zin the
Wi c* : 'fi effect on world ewr.y of the Bo
...... ............ n-shevik revolufio "Hehasa been
-. 5%, T b* -b "l oui~mi tourted and -.attacked by commu-
IHN,,, IS..,. wa.,V unda7 in. n ,uim, and simultaneously accused
by the extreme rljht o being an
Se h a" e C allyof pthe Commnunlsts .
.r..- Sdy 630oil -*.c .A ..."h .e nno thoeCommnistrevolution
MMIN ....... law courts aliolmes including the
on.j ,rda. .. ...n Worship-................... eo, e" a an ga ncew .hen n
Conversu s'rson Thria 'o 'C ,Tm us==.* Jew ... Commutim as a ruingvnte
R st. sm camL Smscir attack the Jew because hbe
S1 1e m a s n .. e .m. 1. ............. h: been the cornerstone of bour-
..l... sd aend -i m Sd th Sta. lw C Mat6t e :Ond onstltnitutonajst society and
*7 1: to:@ U g. la% s~te FirshRt ev. lta A.C .. : p...................oi its humanism has drawn on his
Rnm ?. paPr oosi........ MW .tradition. *:
.......n ....... i............. $ .6:30
,-a an_. ...n.. .lmM p..m O.n11mm 0t.........:00 an S:0 t is this t makes the plight T HE UNSCHEDULED WETNESS of the current "Dry Season" Isn't dan the rts
of the Je behind the Iron Cur Army Special Service Library patrons as exemplified by Mrs. Julus Ro left, an
........ ......... am. tin o utterlyopeless. Teller youg sos, Teddy 8 and ary 5. In consideration for families like the olffs who
ISO.......... pJ a ay Jhtb r Reeate ........:.. -AAON. RODMA says. "Othp captive nationalities to off any visit to the Post Library checking. out several books, the U .RCA I
.Aionfrhayer u le. Ma ot yp rces has distributed "Book-Bags" to seven libraries an the Isthmus that can be utill.e
pill- A .................. and mioriel may pray ... for
,a A n .Ara K AR St oASE : the.dy whe the Communist re- families to lessen the burden of carrying books. These sturdy carry-ai are ecorat
a12 C hm Clam: atord 0to ev Will a .w ill beoverthrown.The Army Library Service insignia and hold up to eight books. in or shine, the llbrlq
l nate"Book-Bags" to all patrons so that heavy reading longer wll
124i7 a C hurchSchool Tueda. ........ s m-n
..f. m s. fan "- "i GmoVAL.... that for ththe day after the
S .. un.yMamsI a.cn.r all. Eha 3rd t a s 10 aMn d lpU Kremlin's collapse will be no bet-
HOW Vundayaog.In Ninth).m. p.P 23d tYinuFas ter, and may even be worse, un-
Rens Pmrap=:y1..11Lday T .U7SchooP.............1100 powers tak im
S. so aft da.a. mt .I ad @ ,y .. ,. 'G mIC ............. : lesa western big powers take im.
.7 to ...d...r 0 melate control of. the territory.
cat s' clam:Clem, ,SundaySIM to.4:00 ..OhA...o.....b.... 10
pI.. aa: :0 p.m.slam. rA M mm -O 9o:s3 oThe Edwardlan Era was indeed
rida. Worh| ..a............ 11:0 *an 'Age of Extravagance when in-
anFriConvert lsugom: Thursday 1:00 H5FdyIt"nurnrsery ......... lo:30 come taxes were not yet invented
p.m. AGAMOA So eand society moved on a plane that
ns au usprd has not since been called tha t
.Rm ri- Cm Y The R. John Spear, Prim n Char. DAVIS has not since been equalled and is
M MildaM ea a ndndbams. AI : A Cr.. .............. :30s not likely to be. It was an age
ass 8d ta-ma I mda.mJ .............. :r when New York and London d i
-Hoy Comm.uno .and m- 7 M 1:4 tated to the world of fashion and
."e Conma Saturday.'U0 ti 5:00 ad mat, tad d 4th Sunday&a.. 10 ma. cV 6ra ATION ,o' high living with an ease long since
to :00 pa fLbrsa ba reFitSchoo I"............ :0... ................ :oo forgotten.
dl M ".60opwn.a.................. .:00
eoahp.. .. ..........
t, N :o ........... 0 That era is recaptured in THE
CatecphismsCIA"a:After aft-n*:: ypi -1. AGE OF EXTRIAVAGANCE,an-p
C aAyand LW a emp y ................ pmEDWADIANREADER
a i eaTsey -Hoys .. hart) through the writings of
-e-b uoen W.......m. A ar t ath -_ ha r. such turno o tf -tnot-
dsdy Mam: 3:30 asm. 4th Th.urpdays ..............2:3 pa0 O ,ltl S ,ablshies as Edith Wharton, Oswald
Da m: 00 a ( It s Sitwell V. Sackville.West, Arnold
oan turday-4:mC a.m.) t P. ctel Ch-urch CHURMBCr o0HBennett, CecilHBeaton, Vir
&,mgac *CE= Catchim Cam: 1:30 to 5:00 p.m.a n 1h amRev. Jon spear, aint Carp. AmnscW'. C BerdatWoolf, SomersetMauham, Virgienia
R. A p o : n SUNDAY S -~m. ass *ia t w. a. Jord Woolf, Somerset Mag mi en
,l,= 60if::aemR d.a,.- o ',gralucha4s'and ermon Y am. Box S .. An... C -* l g
S M yschoolI .... .:45 a' Xa SaI, Osbert Lancter
Moni Pra. Cw and Church .eoht wte-itl........... 10:30"." and others.
a... re ,edm ...... ..
S..... d m: am~ se0 .......... p. The collection was edited by
la m: m. r.. yBaptism p.. .... Mary Elisabeth des, an editor of
Y OMr.ma e am.: $mp.m.. i, a wnd Wied;9.mrrftgrej I p. Pubishers' Wrekly, and by Dudley
S t.* Am Hal: oo :o : aa PaamnP.., 3rd Stret It Frasier, of Rinehart, the publish-.. "
to4. nsstrEAS DNAY Rev. N. Draws6. ramle er. The essays memoirsand sho
tia.' Holy CommunEion. .t. as aSUNDAYstories recall that gloriousperiod
K i Mraqova Medal neas:T: Fri p.rday 7;00 a.ii ...... o w300p.m. with al easy approach that will
a 4AWONI...... rouse ostalgia in the older ge

.. British erreondt Godfrey Lias
*.mmI`30 1 .-.relates .the strange and chling PENS FOR T -- Chif of Prool Cal Levy dol
Ito story told him by an anonymous Ge' Paredes r i ve the 'Parker pens and Ink used to sin the
sar iMm.Austrian who spent years in the Roberto Azcarraga and Ricardo Vos 'of Conwpj. ta Ipt1ernaciqnaslde vet .
Clam:3:15 pan.-ondapy.Evy Maa coII Austrian who 1yrn
Novfa-y.el.1' p- .an Sunday .smwsn i th w-uso. s prisfas of the Soviet empire.
pa pav. oBoa R ad. ,rn%.. agr g d- The man Lis calls 'tErwi epil
AsoIIITIRe l:yt rade@onahode Sa u nday F Germanovltch" told him of an as-
L-Cima. tt :uam.:' U he lrd al BAtouncdnglvariety of experiences,
5 vce:es will be be can9 ranging from prisonpr-of.war stock-
"M"ape 4ltS:0a.m., and waf. miadli 6-6m.U r 0Mwt -aylend SchILSMant pIMOSo.3& prison itself. He went on a forced
Sim S :olob. Uj i caIUsrniwrrmam death march that killed three out
'" ,s l'day. u to: --, uandawC-CHRCHof four of his comrades, was tor-
1"...1-0" trr.D. NRv. Paul 1lollowwtuned in the Lubianka, and was
I. s ,06 and e u tT H e._C d 111 sentenced to 65 years in prison mas-.
.,~j.-'- ...CUM:,# Am1: St.eF. S 6 11 aL' mtiaL... ...4 a "01py" (he actually served about
C7p.iW. a.ll day .' 1n n ..... The t ly terrifying thing about
...".3 tmel man at s10O .as. "1 a----------o--c---- his story,thowever is not the Rus-
S 3lV43UClscs& .ttsmaa mhe _ams sians' deliberate brutality but their
SJ UidRodA rd3a We l--m d a iwNoI.callous indifference-the soldiers
...'34A- "MasellM:6:060as. aund :00 a im. na. IDt J. Holy : Suindalytatwho shoot down passing prisoners
CUto500ad 5[ s .A0" Tsdaim. uN a jiast to see them fall, the police
U;.; .0 to111 t 520 mo as a- te ar an. --. who exile men for any 'reason or
hnumay.kmL1n: s0 0.m. 1FI0an Chm. SatdRa a i ronone, the friends who vanish with.
-S'sm y*ida, w p. sole S a su= No" TE79 a. out trace.
2 Tqa-a0::1. m VALi'WoN-- .m. o The book Is not an unrelieved
t :u Cnow"sn.chronicle of horror. "Germano
". .Friday Do tinm: p.m. VS pa -m an. a8,rich" was not badly treatedeon the
imut: whole, and some of his experiences
11.1.'.- .am. |is's o laws tid. Fowu W. if...... had a fascination of their own-


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P11113111111 A W8 O= 1 Irdamous on Bi-.W&
Its~sisow Joi Tusday AM111.116 gMania eBloms.40"The Rev. Herbal 1I. Daslhal, 1RPastee
,,,. JL ra ofle 2 E Cath Cla- ,45 to 5:00 p.m. en zU as sai -.,., ,,, ._ ,, ._..,.
is ..r....iot Tas.Uonr .0 ma m Balb"aTBd, BhS.Ilba
Csa IO "m. DA: s" o iven V,, ........".........1. Sunday Scoolam and Junior and ASch
364 -naThes :15 an4at ".'M
miN3i 0 ..... "to1w!a a. -' -~BibleClamses at 3:06am-in; wnnfhlo Sarwb-,3l~u r s
b emso f.la:ec e r 10:15awre ds hmp-
Chapomto 3IU111inan11P a-DRAM parw'
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ats On AEC Recommend Dumping Dixon-Yates Coarct
ON, Jan. 3 (UPI, commIttee that the contract "Is Sen. Bourke B. Hickenlooper The. committee lt ,
mocratie masPnagea 3t n the public Itnerest" and (R-La.) termed the waiver ac- sponsored by gnAlert core
n resslonal Atomic should be cinceied. tion completelyy illegal." (D-Tean.) one o theb' contract's
ttee today recom- The contract provide for the The contract already has been most ouptpoken opponents, was
clcelation of the con-lAtomde Ep rgy Commission to asiged, and the Securitles aprovd at wbat wds dcried
Dixon-Yates power ibuy powr from the Dixon-Yates Exchange Commission is study- as a "u vly" closed-d_ se i on.
Sut lifyroup. The power woud4 Ing a proposed stock isAue to fl- Ben. ohna W. Brieser (R-C)
n, taken on a strict be dullvered to the Tenneee namnce a steam plant to supply said he believes the action has
*" ty line vote, placed a Valley Authority to replace TVA the power. no legal force.
dover the contract power the ABC uses. ---- --
leave Its final fate Committee members were un- -
of the courts. certain about the effect of to- 1
1*te-two punch which car- day's action on the contract. The I
1.,t-eamnpasgn threats made recommendation that It be can-
pear. Democrats on the celed has no legal force and re-
-omlnttee forced through versal of the waive has never
iution to: been tested.
&Rbind the action taken'
ember in which the corn- Sen. Henry M, Jackson (D-
-watved a 30-day waiting Wash.) said the committee has
|4 Intended to give congress ventured Into "a legal no man's
to review the contract. land" that will "k eep lawyers
SMake It the sense of the busy for six months."


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READS RED OFFER At Lewlsburg, Pa., Mrs. Hurley Baumer
(center), mother of Maj. William paumer, reads to heW daughter,
Mrs. Jeanne Hendricks (left), and granddaughter, Darby Dee
Hendricks, the Department of Defense telegram descril Red
China's offer to relatives of UA. airmen hd prisoner In Com-
munist China. The Red offer permits relatives of the Jailed
Americans to visit the prisoners In China.


BY WILSON SCRUGUS


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i'tnbeerf of. vt groups t Elks from the SMes, Lodge
law last at a large reception given at the
la attended the affair gen In honor of the
'ualer of the Order ot 11Mr. WIflauiJ. Jer-
at l Itk, and a fo r .t nd Exaltfti w rq,
and Mrs. .

Ginn who are aig today oI
jrfTci fil k f tt he IU th- the .ristobl, L e
tore | Th c Oli. art leaving tbL
at, 0 df- for Isthmus tone. til r home Iii
LWTU lA b .la-rt!: at the the $tatex.'fie irBf ed from thq
raM Brook Eis Clib. Locks Division,.
Wy PelU apd- his orchestra l
II play from 9 p.m Cotillion Club
T1ekets are $1-and door prizes Dance Tonight
ie awarded f6r, at the semi- The Washington Cotillion Club
irmal. affair for whieh the Elks will .Ive a seil-fodrmal dance=
ava,.a ked the aup16rt.of their tonlkht from 830o p-r. until
Ile4,w 12:30 &.m, 4te razos Brook,

"riens o ckta8ls will be served at 6:30
.e Sa a didner It 7, p.m.
ow'. we i n at a *-I
> u'10AV tr1 the in *n ,,n_ T-8?*" O. Ple


elation, to be lheie at 1 Panama
Hotel'aon Matdbh It. '
e tickets, priced at $L.O0
IM Pze policeman. Puroha*'-
ers of tickets-need not be at- the
ball to participate In the draw-
ing for door prizes; however, the
name and address should be not-
ed on one-half of the ticket re-
turked to the C. Z. pollceman
for him to Insert in the stub
box. Reservations for tables may
be nde by calling Balboa 2-
1,aT7 ,or 0f .M iel, 4-161..
_F.or ,os) i, make your


t'- l g '
b th Rev.




"h' .m "i e
-se Colon, ahd- ev.
of St. i









met an Thursday at theSCristobal.
The choir will-lead the owrb










a specila guest Md spfOl, J.


GOelr deriNCA Aed YMCA i
only uas a imdi J gaInai
a swimming goo recrtloal
er,.uthough "nit all of these
i"4_deftmdi YMCA ann idea,
te idea Of provkdnrou build-
wileh young people o .
pate and"so developeve
social etudes and useful ern
alsiies. For ovet one hundred
years the YMCA has bee promot-
in_ MPIDg.itlh kiAphilo ophy.
mangee Castillo introduced W
duardo l.Unusa of the Cole Free
Lone l ave a stim rating re-
port onsg pIsnt Free Zone oper.-
ation a gi ks for tae coteing
yeiear ofr.IItod the uldersitand-
ins equration of al. Rotar-
ians In -eg eedingly Impor-
tant pyroj! al the economic
weafrs 4ild the Repub-
S ing p$gasa ve h ol


ar 4 1folows a
allyw '-AaminOusly elec t ed:
president, Les Davis; 1st vice Pres-
ident, TotyEstenoz; 2nd vice pres-
ident, Joe Harrington; 3rd v ice e
president, Al Heyd general sec-
retary, Bill Bowen; Spanish sec-
retary Mino Pernigotti; treasur-
er, Bil Middlemas. Directors are
Marcel Grlngoire, Don Deitz and
James Butler, Jr.


r --. f l^ *l J .. I "
V AI MOUN LION migMht Ia hii S e i b such at-
A*t aq.llas one at Morgann' Oarde... Paul llVah, right,
, Aw .-cels admission teke wile JdefW=V.ih watches
.af.en sth holad a poster with 'the rrea "f it all -
8t ftLke's prftg lestrval at. Mo rgan' qarden all day
f. l aturday4 Feb. 5.


4-

i|YyPlane Pr6cWmenrt

Iu eFor Investi ati on


SWASKINGTON, Jan 19 (UP),- the lmit.dOtea of the FormoSan
Chairman Carl Vinson of the tralts."
oulme Armd vServces;Committee. Gen. Lemuel C. Shepherd Jr.,
oyordpred An investigation of Marine Cdr n commandant, testi-
IWy plane 0 Ooeurment after' Na led the CoI s i In etextellent con-
vy Secretary Charles S. Thomas edition" and "our three divisions
xresed conern over past de- rnd three air wings are prepared
las in the program, to go into combat today, it need
Thomas told the committee that be."
Ato.. powered surface warships Thomas testified the recent sea
will be developed much faster" tests of the USS Nauilus, world's
Uhai 'orevlobsly e eted. first atomic submarine, have been
S'also declared the Navy ist"outstanding-they far exc e e d
t peparel to "cope with any any trails" he has ever seen.
local naval actions"t in the Formo- He said atomic engines for new
. a es, as well as to withstand atom subs will be "much more
a Initial onslaught and retaliate advanced. with greater power and
In case of a aajor war. less weight."
IB ws one o.1 the nation's team Rep. Lerey Johnson (R. Calif.)
of military leaders who are gLv- asked If the Navy planned to poaw-
ing the Houed committee a -brief- er larger surface ships with atom-
ling" on the nation's overall mili- c energy.
tary situation. ".In my opinion," Thoemuq e-
t1e inquiry Into Navy plane pro- plied, "you're going to see that in
curement was ordered alter Thom- the not too disanl future The po-
sas iid he had "not been happy" tential for atomic pow&r is far be-
abtout the naval eu program In yond anything we've though of
the past: He said proposed cut before."
in money for .Navy plane-buying
was due in part to "slippage" In
deliveries oi "certain models"
in the past.
He also said that new planes
"didn't all develop the way we
ho they would."
mas explained his tement
re to the past, and! added, "I
t hk tese hve been
pretty ,.1 .
Vil t f

map -rrent Formosa
Infi eald the Navy "at
present strgth can, in my opin-
ion, a4eQuately cope with any lo-
cal naval actions with respect to


Church (ommitee

To B Installed


Guests were Introduuced as folM
lows: Rotarian Robert Bourne -
J iom New Haven, Connecticut,
fRota a Combs from San Jose, Dt.ring a Choral Eucharist at
0 all-'la Rotarian Mort L o e b 8t. Peter's church, La, oca, tit-
s Haven Connecticut, morrow morning at 7, the Church
' rank Dibble guest of Tony Ta. CommUht elected- for this year
garopulos from Panama. Max Bil. will 1e Installed by the Rev.
gray from Colon and eddardo La- JohnSpear.
nuza frol_ Colon as gdests of a. The obtaifIttee will meet 7:30
no castl..lo Moday evening, for the fi st
time tesi its election, to con-
The gueMs of the Club, and en. sider several matters related to
tertaners ,with glee club rend the dWeii. Officers of the vestry
tions were James Pfau. 0. Jaord. alabs will be appointed.
stead, John Albright, James Am. Church school will be held on
brose, Robert MacSparen. Sunday as usual in conjunctloA
The next meeting will be hel with morning prayer, starting 10
Thursday, February 3rd at the a.m .
Strangers Clib. At evensong 7:30' pm., Fathqr
The program will be in charge Spear will continue the series of
Oa the Old Timers who will re' special sermons which he intro-
count the history of the Cl u b duced several Sunday ago.
from the date of organization.
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STAR IN THE EAST-Lovely
Mu Hung, Chinese movie ac-
tress, has every reason to be
happy. The pretty screen queen
has been chosen the "New Star
of Taiwan, Formosa, for 1955."


RECORDS I


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, 4Mh St. No. S -' Tel. 3-1215


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TREASOUH- Ed. by Roger P.
Butterteld

A- me ican ..... en


N odas Way Is
By GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Fooeed and Makets Editor
IHere's a rich beef stew casse-
role with feather-light corn meal
biscuits pn top. Mrs. Luther Bau.
er, of Fallon, 'Mot., gave it to
us. She Is wife of the Lutheran
pastor and has two children: Busy,
ys, but always hospitable.
"In this small ranching com-
munity,. people just drop In, and
Western hospitality is generous
and friendly; so, they stay for a
meal. T before, I keep a good
supply of fio Ia our food freeer
ecl aBy "eety main dishes. Of
5a the meats, beefis mcst typical
of this part of the' country," she
said.
Wife.Saver Beef Stlew
(Makes servings
Stew: Two tapespoons shorten.
ing, 2 pounds beef phuck, cut into
cubes, 4 cups boil ng water, 1 bay
leaf, 4, drdps W pepper sauce,
1 clove larc, .%. teaspoon pepper,
1 teaspoon paprika, I tablespoon
salt, medium potatoes, 6 car.
rots, 1o small onions, halved; J
cup flour.
Melt shortening in heavy deep
frying pan or puth oven. Brown
meat in melted ortening; pour
off dripping% AtMf water, bay leat,
hot pepper spue; arlic and sej
rand.
A e ..o ',
d .o (A
..pnd c 9 our gen
Itl 'With Caw. watet;

&41on sw mayb added.
Stpew may be poured In a heat-
Tp)of serving casserole de4ired.
Top hot stew with biscuits. ,


* Biscuits: One-half cup enriched
corn meal, 1% cups sifted, eurir
ed flour, 3 teaspoons bakfhogpw-
der, 1 teaspoon salt. ,4 cup short.
ening, two-thirds cup milk.
Sift together dry ingredients; cut
in shortening until mixture resem-
bles coarse crumbs. Add milk and
stir only until ingredients are
dampened. (Add a little-more milk
if needed to make a soft dough.
Turn out on lightly floured board
or pastry cloth and knead gently
a few times. Roll out to %-inch
thickness. Cut with doughnut cut-
ter.


Place doughnut-shaped biscuits
around edge of hot stew; top cen.
ter of stew with little biscuit cen-
ters. Bake in a hot oven (425 de-
grees F. 10 to 12. minutes. Ndt
To freeze, make stew as directed:
place in freezer.To *erye, heat
in slow ra '(3 egr S.
about 1 hoar or untff bublingl ht.
Turn oven up to 425 degrees F.
Top stew with biscuits and bale ao
direct d.


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Don't Tr to Regal Love of Man
Lesat Amker Woman
A twenty-year-old girl who has
had the young man she planned to
marry taken away from her by
another girl wants to know how to
get his back.
My answer is: Don't try. If an-
oue giri can take him away from
ye bore marriage, what makes
yq* think that someone else
cudn't take him away from you
fltr maage if you wena up
itr enugh to get him back?
mte an a woman has to chase
an knock heseif eout to hold o.to
I sere to gve her more grief than
hapnes she puts fier bapp*
.eas in his bands.
sure, a girl can often hook a
man who doesn't want to be hook.
ed or get back a man who has
tried to get away, but after he
him she has to spend a Ia&
trying to hold onto ll. "
The women who go e
Mnere and serene aren't
ef plot and plan how
am nwho is trying to mi
he are the women
smart enough to cheooms
%1 chooses them.


E0GTSRAORDINARY-This rster. used.to. ie a
recently this freak fowl layed #gas n cOIltHL
stopped laying eggs and hbp grown a ock-ize .cmb.
,Wilbur Fulton, St. Clairsville, Oho, plan to turn'the eal d
* to scientists at. Ohio Stste Univeraty for study.
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*&I (4th of July AveNo. 1o
. e. (Btto.BrAiiOf lies
Dr. C. B. PABREGA, D.D.I
ir fellow Intructor George-
w. Unlv.. Waesston. D.C.
District Dentist Pedro Mlguei
and Gamboa. C Z.
Mal toa : rOSTHODONTrA
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
H rese N& ST -


FOR SALE
Household


FOR SALE:-Brand new refriger-
ator. 7 cubic feet, 25-cycle, for
$239.50. Apply at Inversiones
Generales. S.A Ave. Jose Fran-
c.sco de la Ossb No. 38.


FOR SALE:-Quartermaster mt-
al buffet, Metal dining table,
metal desk. metal -single bed,
youth bed and chairs. Call Balboa
2-4370.
FOR SALE. Venetian blinds
60 x 52 inches plus odd sizes,
lawn mower, pair bracket lamps.
House 010-X, Mindi Street, near
Bal oa Heights gasoline station.
,FOR SALE:---60-cycle Westing-
house refrigerator, 9-ft., "Frost-
Free" with freezer chest. In* ex-
cellent condition. May be seen at
1510 A Calabash St. (Govilon
Area) Balboa. Phone 2-2654.1
FOR SALE: A.B.C. automatic
washer, 60-cycle console model,
like new, used one year. Rous-
Sseau RSA. Phone Navy 25-3169.
Price $150.,

FOR SALE:-Wordrobe, vanity,
sewing machine, chairs, pictures.
Cheap. Via Porras No. 19.
FOR SALE: Cheap. Kitchen
chairs $1; Rattan chairs $10;
tables $10; bookstand $3; desk
$15; icebox $75. Ancon 2-1404.
FOR SALE: Electric washing
machine, oalost new, .$175;
metal bed, new mattress $18;
ball'bearing skates $3.50. Fede-
rico Boyd No I Tel. 3-1516.


S OR OUR
Ageda na


FOR SALE
AtoUwoblle


AT AGENCIES COSMOS, Auto
Row No. 29, Panama, we have
for immediate delivery German
Fords'n-..aIl types and models.
Phope 2-4721 Panamea..


ATTENTION auto owners:-We
h a v e for immediate shipment
1955 Models Ford Victoria
Coupe 'Mainline Fordors, Cus-
tomline Fordors, 8-possenger Sto-
tion Wagons with Fordomatic.
Agencies Cosm ao Phone 1b25
Colon.,Melrndez Ave. and 16th
Street.-Yo.r Friendly Ford Deal-


er.
FOR SALE: Highway 8 ton
trglter, brand new. Apply at In-
versiones Generales. S.A., Ave.
Jose Francisco de lo Osso No. 38.


FOR SALE:-1950 Plymouth De-
luxe 2-dr. Sedan. Beautifully re-
finished In "Lombswool Cream."
New rubber. Step into new car
value instead of castoff trouble,
$750. Phone Gatun 5-579.


FOR SALE:-1953 Ford Sedan.
Two-tone green, w/s/w, turn sig-
nols, excellent. Pqnoma 3-0321.
FOR SALE:--1949 Packord Se-
dan, Overdrive; radio, heater, new
Sw/w tires, cleon, excellent condi-
' tion. Phone 5-403.
4-
FOR SALE:-1947 Ofdsmobrle 4-
door'Sedan. Radio, fine condi-
tion $450. Phone Balboa 2-3770.
FOR SALE:-1954 Sunbeam Al-
pine Sport Car. New car condi-
tion, radio, white wall tires. Phone
Albrock 3190 or 5144.


FOR SALE- -1947 Chevrolet Se-
C dan (4-door) ..Good transporta-
F OR SALE tion for working people. $250..
Call Else Aguilar, Panama Canal
Motorcycles Bar. "J" St. No. 13. Phbne 2-
1347.
FOR SALE; Cushman Scooter.
Husky, two- speed transmission. .FOR SALE:-1941 Ford DeLuxe
A-1 condition Reasonable Fort Coupe, good condition, excellent
Kobbe. Qtrs. 126-A. Phone 84- transportation $175. Balboa
2170. 4101;


Wanted Position


YOUNG MAN' vth experience in
publI coacco ig d.paish-Eng-. I
flsfi~ dffdrs hl^ersjkp Write to
"Auditor,'. Bd,]' 1 ,' Panama,
stating salory offered.


EUROPEAN wornn with experi-
ence and references, desires Dosi-


.FOR SALE:-1947 Dodge Tudor, ,
$350; female Doberman Pinsch-
ir., 2 years. Navy 2238.'


11.


FOR SALE
Boats. & Motors


FOR SALE:-1953 5-hp. John-
son outboard motor $125. Phone
5-453, Gatun.


tion as housekeeper for working FOR SALE: 12-ft. b6ot with
couple or bachelors. Balboa 2- 71,-hp. motor, trailer and boat
1471. n irr f... iC 2507- -


I


,.EQUS
SrtefL- < is. Cocoli
fro.
S ,fi Y fk...newest,
x .Jdd d ly ro., for her
S 0n flt, ttavt 3812.
P8NTECOSTAL' (ASSEMBLY OF
QO, sec.. Fellowship meetings
SSaturday, 7 p.m., i .Library USO
.ltwlsh Welfare Board) Build.


FOR SALE
Micelaneoiu
FO 'SALE:-Lhnited quantity 9
Cubic ft. Firestone. slightly used
rsfrtri'aor#. For quick sale. Bar.
: Oinrjc. On display at FIRE-
SSTONE, Automobile Row.
FOR SALE: 60-cycle Under.
.wiqd electric typewriter. Reason.
able.'3-1956.


FOR SALE:-Heavy duty trailer,
with new tires. $150, Call Pan-
-ame 3,2845.


.:Help Wonted
WANTED: Mold. Child coae.
Brilr references. 5437-B, Diable
. Helhs._..

FOR SALE C
Real Estate


FOR SALE:-Due to trip, chalet:
2 bedrooms, I room, 2 bath-
rooms, living-dining room, kitch.
en, garage, porch, laundry room.
Ernesto Lefevre Avenue No. 86.
Phone 3-1028.


SFOR SALE:-Commercial comer
lot suitable for any business, Wry
gbod location, 1475 meters, and
.one, lot with 3 bedroom house
ond 2 smriter"houses, 969'me-
ters. Very good investment Will
poy for itself in 6 years. Located
Via EspoAo, across fiom Meroo-
do Boturro and Rio Theater.
Writi Box 401. Ancon, C.Z..
FOR SALE: -3-bedroom house,
living room, dining room, Rorch,
garage, at Las Cumbres, Boyoga
Street, Andes Sur.

Position Offered


WANTED:-Experienced govern-
ess to take care of 2!,2-year-old
child. Must speak English and
have good background. Phone
Panama 3-0566.


S OAS Team Sure Trip To Costa Rica Room,
Help.1__ Ke__ ep -_itl_= 't. mFOR RENT:-Beautifully, furnish-
Help Keep Fight From Spreading omoublecouch, refrigera
tor. kitchen cabinet, stove, bath
o and private entrance. 52nd Street
MIAMI, Jan. 29 (UP)-A 10- disclose its contentsbut said it No 3hon 3-06.
:,1an ivesLgaL3 tlin., for the will state that "outside agencies" FOR RENT..-Beautifullvfurnish-
Sa Or alsatlo of '"A :-n State'1 were involved in the dispute. He ed larae room, kitclhn, Bells VI-
t dre septerday oii vnced would not elaborate as to what he to. Mexico Ave. 60. near 43rd
th i ts sudden trip to Costa .Ri- meant by outside agencies. Street. Pnone 3-0553.
ea helped keep the recent hostlU1-. Others In the group included FOR RENT-Fur d room to
Utes 'om spreading throughout Guillermo Enciseo-Vemloso. FOR RENT :-Furnihed room to
Central America. ,Iuayan Ambaado to e ted lemon of good ,habit% in
Sntral gSuayan Ambassador to the United family home. Phone 3-3658
John C.Dreler, U.S. bassa Alfred Donoso, first see.
Sdr to then COA, report, U.S. Abt "the retary 'the Ecuadoea L nbas- FOR RE..-Furrrished room to
0 W dPr to thesOAS, reported M "the sv"In.Washington, Rnbert- 'Ron. n- rtle. ps :o--unsmi'nfe .rnm.
. ".. :.,. rtUa Is".' riy' we'll,. da~ed tup e ".mIn--,oe 11do Lbo,~r^t' t ,, r'" et eloodph cto blfrm.
ipow, though there 1 stull some "iV'. r e. eo, 3-368.
.i )- r tension miningg" Dreier ap- M igue Arang renan ---
.W R -peared satisMfied with the com-i Modest iucero. ,' ,
Lor ( R- mittee's invesUtiatlon. 12-Year-MId Has
Stoday "We have found the solution forhe
a-a6onaol right-to- ending tense situations in the i'" U@ rv = ,Snake Mnagerie
he whose aim wlU Central and South American count, (r e-lJal. t mA- *e r
tW.t .tion shop and tries through the medium of in.-1 EL|ArrAIA, O0 (C-UP)-Mnrs. Steve
Bed "other .com oy v ats n eomittees such as tr b c ,s1.. ertin ny S. der.
'. ,, aa n T -, .,Ofsani.rgmoa. o
u' 'a d -h thla, s w sai Dreier. 'r"e betoer- d, T isao, arq 'l n B aler l
i a.sepa iSo a nt quickly reall ed "oth at' ht oi ar55r Here so' Bae thba
74" Old Doee ra. uantriesbud- t otoh0 n N or od d* m I co nse4gte a ea O-r
ve.n {to the NEW YORK' zan. 29 (UP) to toSIG*AttohRj l ebf
SN.C, wil n uic opinion bomes a big fc There's a Cinderella 'team In a blue racer, two grter akes,
S' "t. dese.tion w as headed every" buketball campaign -decoyy eunaki turtles, two"gulnea
.s.. aley The delegation was headed by anrd this year .ith ppeas that pis' and a dog.
tha'sid the s up was sento to M Seo ,the allpperfitMarquette. -
todati Trasn S ddled with awret eed 11-15 Re .stoo working tvie rep-
Sut a:tS- r et, o fnd the dld" and that record last season,, Marquette's Aell oUto sance last upmer,
.iplust ,o Ae I "s what we did." tion warriors defeated Loyola of the l a -reoiso-0"usbut.the boa
.4" he iMraguan government that south for the second 'time in P4 crater I Pt w ri fle. Or,
e ship which r u. ovemet was. o tin ing hours lLat night. 90-8, in over- rther. it *111 hent rt I Ia
an in ta W o rtw wtutS time toastret? ch the longest r s-e ItwLthea meaur
e l A notw bi toler- hbluw- Niearagua or any other ing streak .. Ithe comity to-l1 at least 1 feet A len.
-i. f'" try, and so rep yorted to our games. Marquette aso b La- .. ..
.oua have een orpgn-4 odtdbation in Wasbin t,'" saidl yla, 73-70, at Now 'Orleans .Mr ..Jauwuba accept n's
a Slo, ^Va., .Thursday night. gue ., feeing
wai.:- "P ,' ""a,,l,, Unranke d.m 'dt not brsadenw, ,,tkb'
~q"es i tu ..Q s i a' I .o *--i t o wa 1isweeks of the c= on a, b .t .
tla ,porttI" h led to the te was rated No. 13 In the0d i-, ""'
b --fm, o l f-l4.r planes to try in the mos
C aPRic. ress board of coaches a se arts *
~tlJR Lawad R tChirbi ;tW uadr"'s Am- and seems headed tfor % a.even in_ __ 1V
lettihy eot ? to St States, de-Sbetter rating. Thre Wae aars, (a's
-- thPr.sldde he eomnittm .'asnI- lost their opening aie of WM
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ATTENTION a.I.I Just b uI I.t
modern furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold a*ter. Tel.
Panamp 3-4941.
FOR RENT:-Furshed and- un-
furnishled 2 r 4-bedroom apart-
ments. Contact Atharmbra Apart-
no1th Street Phon.e 13M,

FOR. RENMY:- Ss ifl urnishtid.u,
apartment In beutiful mSiidentifa
section. 43rd Stroet 13, Bella
Visfa.
FOR RENT:- Furnished oporth
merit: 2 bedrooms, living room,
dining room. porch, 2 bathrooms.
48th Street No. 27, Bella Vista.


FOR RENT:- I-bedroom apart-9
ment on Ave. Peru, facing the
'park, No. 57. Available Feb. 1.
Phone 3-0746, 3-3099.


FOR RENT: Apditment. one
b d r o m, living-dining room,
I screened). 117 Via Espafio,
Phope 3-050-2.
F6R RENT:- Modern two-bd-
troom apartment. Cold andFiot
water system, in El Canrrejo. For
further information Phone 3-
4946 or 3-4282. *
FOR RENT:-Furnished. 2 bed-
room apartment. Compo Alegre.
Manuel Maria Icaza Street. For
Information phone 3-0985.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
ment. refrigerator, G.I. inspected.
Via Porros # 99 Phone 3-2068.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
ment, including refrigerator and.
sove, only to an American cou-
ple.. 43rd Street No. 27, Bella
Vista.r
FOK WENT: -- Furnished app'S-
me t- ULivig room, dining.room,
2 tekroom., gas stove, refrigero.


L F-, iNT: Completely fur-
nmIsh 4 -bdroom, living room -
aporlinent, private home. 48th
sp e,. 3. .Bella Vista $75 -
Sm D ,'70 long terms. Refri-
* gerator. gas stove.
PF0* RENT:-2-bedroom apart-.
mE.t, living-dining room, two
.. _f, maid's room, goreg, laun-
'dty.fte. 44th Street No. 32,
t.- Bella Vista. Tel..-08 15-

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Map above how hw the original 19535li.h b@tw .
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followed have so long profited." road has be6*r to wilttecn *
Representing the official's widely read. The 1dolq, th.gla- IITh
from Panama, Comptroller Heur- mour, the exlteqnent- the hu- WASHIN
tematte said thy celebration, of man interest the great achieve- gEvernmen
the hundredth anniversary was ment. W-well known to al lot us, about over
a "most important milestone in It Is only my task to recall-that mine the
the history of1tle W e s t e r n this ceremony of deldeatloa shoes.
Hemisphere." marks on of the most Important Accordin
w t- to sa chapters In the history of my the Depart
He went on to say that: country, and that the story Of the tbon and
"We residents of the Isthmus Panama railroad Is In a measure, feel in"dis
of Panama tend to contemplate the story of Panama up to the machine ri
Isthmian activities with a pro- end of the 19th century. Even feet, and I
prielary eye. For example, we, as we celebrate the 100th ann- The depa
like to think of the Panama' versary of the railroad there is dren with
Railroad a. somethinR that be- serious consideration being given be fitted
longs excluslely to us;. our to t4e termination of this hla- "corrective
"combined effort helped build it, toric enterprise, and it W with tors pfres
we have helped to run It. we a feeling of finaty that we de- "Sueti
have patronized 'it, It has been dictate ils engi as a monu- larch suh p
an important part of our day to ment to the men, the nations and. to eth
day -living. I feel- a heavy per- the world. If you wish, that made, altered he
sonal IndebtediMms to the Pan- it possible. But this should not Preveente t
ama Railroad. I rode rt at every1 be an occasion for sadness, rath- exrdise W
possible opportu _ty some years er an' occasion-for pride In the it said.
ago in order to .court a yopng; aeblevementa of men ath whom Th -
lady whom I now have the honor we feel so closely -bodud, and Thne eboo
to call my wile.. whose. efforts and huapn toll shoes
"The opening of. the Panamahave been forever engraved on "o"
4ilroad gave ww life to a trade, the pages of history
route that, rendered the ex-I --D c.t
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the Aevelopmtpf.f Wester cul- W aC U ers --mer
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The Margarita Union Churcle
Ibts the follognm ervic mt
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worship service condidcted by
Rev. Paul H. W. Olander will be
at 10:44 a.m.
In VJew e of the serious situs-
tlon loomla g up in the Fa Rt
the Pastor has selected foqr h
sermon topic this Sunday "Hell
Prom The Heavens." This is the
first section of a -two-part ser-
mon. The second part, "O u r
Most. Powerfii Weapon". will be
gven next Sunday. ..
The Junior Sermon for the
mornig is entitled, 'It Never
Gave Up.".
A nurael "supervise.by tIbe
Woman% Auxiliary iu maintained
for ch ldren under school age,
whose parents wish to afena
this service.t
JuniOr Fellowship for 7th nd
8th grades will meet at 5 p.fti.
The topic for the'evening Is
"Housecleaning the Mind'.T
Senior Fellowship, with Miss
Madelon Garrett as fo er, will
meet at 6:15 p.m. The meeting,
will be followed bY a social hour.

.....=. edn hA Tel oWOBK SIMPLIFICATION CLASSES OPEN Col. Joseph IX.
gift, a E'. b D Pres entd to himower at he operp a en T eArmy Caribbean, addresses the opening session of an eight-week
n fa sebers o f, presented to him abinet a e u_ Nationalr U methods. Chosen Tren all org tions in the Panama areaof
rn Wi Th members of e the ablet .of the President'l OS per s in two classes are meeting weekly for two-hour selDsion
Seca t l, C unml The eve ark ttionCenter. Last year. from similar training, lb supervisors, can
tIa I in obfe, At right lsoen.crtry of Deefense Charles paideas that resulted in benefits and savings in excess of $200,000

JACKSONVIUZ, Jan. 29-
(JP)-AThe wife of one of l'7 A-
mericans being held in Red Chi-
nese Jails sa today neither she
nor her husband "would want
to see this country lose its na- ---- -
tonal integrity by buying th e HOLLYWOOD -(NEA)-Uncov- Honesty in the jungle note:
boys' freedom for some ridicu- erng Hollywood: Clark Gable fin- A theater manager complimented
lous ransom." fally flipped his lid and informed Gordon Scott, the ex-Las Vegas
Fox press agents he wants no lifeguard, on his first performance
.That was Mrs. Eugene V4adl's further .publicity on his romance as Tarzan in "Tarzan's Hidden
.. ~vw4y of endorsing the State De- with Iy Spreckles. One drum, Jungle."
S.. artn went's ba n an p port to better -or the studio, wherehe's 't .ut A y, repie Scot.. All
,r ~ he relatives of iMen being held working in "Soldier of Fortne ad o wa ask the director:
.E sdoea db.--- e nas plesx" b Red Chla. ticeid some Spreclels sugar 'Am I happy in this scene or am
THEr Al D SHP Deceas r: t Mrs. VY wa the, third' Is bes a ommssary tablere- I ad? "
release ofthi Spanui a mor, 11 relatives of Imprisoned air- served for Gable and wailed:
"MalI Igeia," 1.1ng in Germcn by men to arrive here for a week- Alt h n S
a mgirl 4lt-a w6., w,s end visit as guests of a commit- "Now we're all going to beI i n i U. arines o-
e = 4,1her'ef1JsNleoperated with Warners during
teo ne mt a m !oe s' ms tee of 11 Jacksonville binessa- trouble." fming of "Battle Cry," word has
and thkk. Au here's t eator, uo men. The get-together-to thank now reached west coast units not
Frrtlel Vdlea. She was theUnted Natioan and the U.. The gags ar a illll now reached up in any west coast un ublicits not
Pars ar mother Caine from Government for efforts being over town since Marilyn Munroe for the picture. ny way n puble ty
Russia, but actually. was born in m ade to gain release of the cap- I annotiied she would like to star for the picture. t's a p uzzler.
Italy. Her &athr camhe t ,om Swe- tured men--will be highlighted in Dostoevski's "The Brothers Kar- ored and announced for half a
den But actual ws rn in Saturday night at a $10 per plate mzov. dozen films. But don't be surprised
Spain. She herself became Ger. banquet. if she announces her own inde.
mart tresgh mawrnisge., The three women to arrive "If she can spell t." say Al if she announces her own y. She's
Anyone need a passport? as trr Nese Ris e here thus far were unanimous in Wilsn, "she should have nit.' been offeredfabuiousn backing.She's
support of the State Depart- Gagters in lst a couple of new BOB HOPE SAID IT about a
nA Fo AT FACTES: Key Iment's passport ban and they Fox ms will be: youthful Air Force officer:
Starr debuts n RCA, ad, wilewith n offer. And I had to say each praised the "wisdom" of the The Brothers Karamazov in "The e was so young he was wear.
Kay always does, a good ob. the no, because of this commitment. decision. a Stor and "Bevo lg an eagle on one shoulder and
niataerlO 1't quite up to btarr. It wouldn't have been fair to back n e Brothers Kar owdyDoody button
I..' l Kapack, wh clickedlout. Mrs. Vaadl, whose, husband Is re sft'ser.
b is o wn so9a~ Coral, Capt. Eugene Vaadl, Clayton, N.
"C .Ikmame gong,' has a new .Like most well-traied pop mu. Y,, ship commander of the plane And this sign was placed in
one, "Waash 4-7473,' which was stcan. mRiddle has a yen to do from which the 11 airmen jump- [e window of a Beverly Hills
wrttN by a waor, Brude b something serious. He'd like to do ed when t crashed in Januar book store by a tongue-in-cheek
at tth r ....e. Potrecor a tone poem on SLone*all ackson,, of 1953 had not planned to ae- lerk
o .a'Grma utt Polyodor plat. his hero, e's read about every- cept Premier Chou En-lal's in-
ter .a W~ soua upi, nlum- thing ever written on Jac son. As vition anyway. she said. orry but we re all out of
ber n f ttS .ox t. he said that, he popped ha a lem- "Our boys would think we were. te Marily t Monroe edition of
New ork to .copy It: But it took on into his mouth. very foolish If we did a over- 'The Brothers Karamasov.' "
two days for the brains to dupli. Jackson always did that, he that we would be pu ng our-
cate the : d. Finally did it with said. elves in the same poitopla TITA PURDOM'S worrk about
the bep of pn pp tuCer, who un. They're in now, the nervous codtion of h# eldest
ted thepAno.e addox Any e thn oye eDu s o
tun "if Anyone "I think the ban Is for their daughter. Blames the family trou-
is called "Crazy Otto." Finds This, Love You" (ay o. protection, but even If it bles for the childs ill health .
S. tarr, RCA);- Rock Lava'(The isn't, I don't think the b oys Geordie.-Hormel's talking about
The beet way to start an srgu., Fon tase Ssters, Dot); "Blue Mir- would want th toe lose ta giving up his career as a ja
meant, otsde "o bsltmg some-1.tge .(Ralph Mart Mercly), national Interity bh paying mn in favor-of an executive posto!--ide.o.
body' do, s get two musician s abash4l7473" (Jimmy k oit ek, sotI absurd ransom for their tion in the famiJly meat pacn
togetherand sketh aem which is Corali; "Main Event' (r ,Vaughn.m or a t ,,.hin, or ae h.as / oer
more important oa a record-theM Nroe, nCA); "CrazyO, tto,', iw s miihduandb but ines n_ go....
sont or th t singer (Johnny Naddoz, Dot); "Adios" wan Ir hus ba. but
,, *an se--- --e appeasn gthe eom- -Er
You eo eve* jet one musician (Mck CON11.., Mercury); "Sa. It Dan 'altaps ssitertNewcYork.
argung with himself, and I did. Isn't the Night" (Hugo Winterhat, .muflhst for anything," M r- Da sigey 'a uer a N. Yore-
The musiietan involved is Nelson er, RCA); "I Had a Heart When .Dailey
Riddl, Casitol's-talented mus I c ame In' (Betly Am Grove,
direct be's an arranger, Majar). -And that's*myuasion for l
11. inbeth f lyd e. plays a 'h etri ckl w te jnth t.W S d ao n o F uor,
bigt n a record hit. Two ol' sounds and about 300
new ones on the weeks top n 5 p l 1
s T V" albups--"Liberace at the 10olly-Yr.NIP _111 OM The Vic Pa&tur*oray Mature
wood Bowl" and "Frankie" (Si. divorce cpa, O1m won't hit the
DOr 'BNWH"inreakfast Club," natra, ntch) are familiar sounds AR i U Ic courtUnhtil Jmne. A a tribute to
atr A ssyou're going. Ears,' an album produced by Jimr WASHINGTON. Jan. 2n (UP) studio ieNeists w .eep intact
Fasset which plays raro$d with lultural puico roe 2| ffle e 2214 wit his name
sounds. One of the year's most ceunt during the jnma*h endodlettered I te d ._ _o" -years
"aS'be th bige._," .he sald fascinating rectlrd Items. All three Jan" 15 but the f .. < the star had *U30?ImsIU^ HISD.


geHg, aI t oba. sa _e zn ? .bogodymhNic] wrec- eoUlture D 3 report- Th low pe s' inte Wash "-
we n th earha.'n -M an Symphoy na. 2 -Ta in ie far B, rrid
son_ N.. t stage sari good Tle. oyal Pfhtarncaic, Colum- 'rse o9 i 1 e nst n p l e cost ish doll imported ,or 'Skr Walter

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Talking about salads, George
Burns said:
"I like mixed greens-fives, teos
and twenties."'
Jeff Do e infted a good role
in Columbla q "The Calic, Pony"
because "they couldn't give me
definite assurance that I'd have
Saturday, off to rehearse for my
part on the George' Gobel Show.
I don't want to give up playing
Alice Gobel. It's much too impor-
tant to me."

Richard Arlen's 21-year-old is
serving a hitch in the Marines.
. .It's a policeman role next for
Alan Ladd in his independent mov-
ie, "The Darkest Hour."
Edith Terry dated a director with
graying hair and when kidded
about their age difference she re-
plied:
"He doesn't look so old when
*he's wearing his money."


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MABLIN CLUB OFFICER Frank Violette, skipper of the 8ert
was elected president of the Panama Marlin Club last week. He
Is shown here with his new officers. From left to right: Dr
Willam T. Bailey, publicity chairman: president Violette Mrs
Velma Burkhart. secretary-treasurer: and Colonel J. R. Burk-
hart, vice-president, recorder and historian.
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PaIat Marlin Club Elects '55 Officers
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At a meeting of the Panama were John J. Mc Conaghy. I
Marlin Club, which was held at Rogelio E. Arias, Neil Dohert
'the Pedro Miguel Yacht Club Donald F. Scott and Lousla
a*lat week. Frank Violette, well Morales.
ltMown sportsman of Panama
,'vity,jws elected president. Board of judges for '55 w.
consist of: Donald Hutchinso
OIt.i oftflers elected were: Milton Wright, Robert Bayi
o. R. Brkhart, Vice-presl- Robert Novey, and Russell I
det,. Recorder and Historian, Meisner.
uMr, .Velma B.rkhardt, secre- '
, taryresurer, and Wr. Willam, The trophy committee will 1
T. ley, publicity chairman. Eddie Kennard, Gene Redmon
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I've always gotten a late start Cochran ento for the ocao. three btt* Lung struck Cic1 0
baseball With Fort Worth iA field, Gene a Ha, for tw ay years eight, walled four and al so gae s, lb 1
a1.a C g M anwa edfu anaafatom-n e,
1951, 1 up three hits. Napoleon, b1 1
h a oo dn aabakl sa i r i d e .41 Balboa scored its first r64. in e,
ongm otlld or eat ROE w the first nning when with Scott, 3b S 0
gers o ig edn my u plaefor"apemI down Rhyes drew awalk went IPMod. as2
ber e me up at the to second on Napoleon's 14 blutd, rf -, .2.
egrounderr t.hit and took third an a&.rw H OIW1 .L
My mind was madmppo short .pd t J scored when d ybeman atI 1
centrate on baseball a r t sc- -- ored when oaybpune -r
were in Cuba O m t to. MA bak e ton Lunng o e ou m 1
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The, nation's leading rider,% r, nce.'
Willie Shoemaker, and Pan-_ '
am -born m oke Rogello Tre'.
Jos yesterday bth drew five- PAR k ST
day su Oenso from Santa 1IA
Anita's board Of stewards for Ii 'W-8 1
careless riding.. 2Ya es... : .. *. 0
The suspensions start next S mnker ... *b 18 -
Tuesday and run through Sat- Soda 0 38
mounts in the San (arlos
the MaulS Margarite and San L AST NIGHT'S RSULT At Paf o
Felipe alandlaps Saturday, ENTER HALL OF FAME -- From lefi to ig t: Ted Ly azo ay4 I /
Feb. 5. Gabby Hartnett have booy elected to Baseball's Halla of .:m. '. ..sn e1 ;- ,- t t
Shoemaker drew his suspe-TONIGHT'S GAM (2) 6:0 A
slon for causing Interf erene i Yankees (Lawren 4-.) and (.
While rdi Fros t In theW pal gne All Set -
was set down for causing In- ekers ( H"h e 8-1) d
terf aence on Busher's Song in ( g 3 1) 'fd aio
e the fifth raI- yesterday.
B LyL. ARRISON JR. pitcher with the
f o Too-o w 's Arenar Batie Thee CV Yankees and the the e .
Smoor kers meeomorrows renin bill thisa lehe mo too
./' ,--~evening at the Olympi cStadium, isolation in the facth ch to "ll
Sthe first -asd starting at 8:30 appearanes, s"el."Mst, r ih '
Joltin' Joe Brown f New Or- ArIe Lawrence andI BII Har- hander Humberto obb -on, w
i r leans and Panam" w welterweight ris Will start for the Yankees hiand was thI on the kne eatea
champion Tito Despaigne yester- the moverss will use speedball- Hope Wedn.da a off
day went through their final r TomMy aughes and Albeto the bat of Mds Phmlp. ,was
workouts at the Paama Gym Oslo. out of dan r anti wom prb-
S"a fighters said the b oys are in ex- am e st game an ebeeore the seaul n enda.
t cellent shape ortomorrow Yankees In the second. A cheerful Bobby Was In unf..
Cl ARMEDFORE night's scheduled ten-tound 146-. A sWSP of the doubleheader forn on-the Smoker beab dur.
.M WI hown out. Cohp- pound bout at the Cdlon Arena. for the Smokers would put them gam pd sad
RARMED.FORCES ta wa throIwn-out.cher-o Brown took it e during ahead by one-halft game. If the ept frligbhtlY pises,
ed out from pitcher to rounds p at the Yankees cop both contests their ae kne was B lfatr h
er WALTER C. WATSON f end the Inning and thetbree roun aft d will be i crea to three e n.d
.,.Panama eym w eYesterday after-o1l b" t a
Determined toretain solepos- on. H e worked dnod with and one-half games teonda e idea ed w
saesstonl of first place in the inrt Uller carted on the mound Herbert Douglas, You n Fnne- Ts a dvaif seven an.a .. that
S halt standing of te Amed fo. Caribbegn Cbmmand andgan's promising i Tother, andSmoke ur Uearthe ra en manager I ,
be .. 'J Forces Little Lea ue, the West gav L iour hits, three walks two against Chocolate r te wfr nILa r an l -t .
Bank bombers belted three Al- 4 4 gns. p He struck out dium.
brook pitchers for a 9 to 2 v- fi. fPareT, relieved at the The handlers ofc swn also The loss spo led the smokers'
athth oa st wn the fourth Inning and disclosed that Jei1i J to l th oe s'
to yesterday at the Cocol ogv.A. i .aksan dw n b.ichancesof gettingeto within aw.
LRiake Le saue Park. th F one Ileals struck out four. -136. This e wi half game of the Yanks aend j,? ,.
erab th irstnnig N Kobbe, Dave Bean went be giving away ten is f pu he e a ft tn
was over heohad tiven way to all the way, giving up five hits, Despaire comes a a mte m and oney games offwent the pa8ch aw e b a.
Gonzaler, who in turn had to be o f w lks.and runs.. He hit it of 1946. route for the winners, picking Moore,.s
-onzalez, who in turn ha P _._ 0 2
Gm I "i .le lifted in favor of flashy Jimmie ut batters with pitched balls. t p his fourth victory on six hits Bthwate, Al. '2b 4 o i 1 4
-t-hd-- Tackett, who retired the aide Lthe Lning department, Billy Tito's camp is still confident to make his record even for the t laone, of 0 8 0
after seven runs had sorted Trqtter was the big gun for Kob- that their boy will spring one of season. Harty Priltts, who wuas eao .no 0 0
RABIT-Gene Littler started rsvn rue' sp of the seend A- b.edl th hits in four the major upsets in local boxing i3relieved.by ChFrice B.Ul, Or 1a i .. I0
,ItnT-teheeLleanwas:etheshtaredy. In te-topofyth s. I edlebnasGrO it
the year by winning the Los brook's Reynolds blasteda tow-, tr late. ,ean was the osf bry. aotl C*eu n in the seventh, petl .,
Angeles Open and it looks like erlne drive over th,left enter- er.. Her got the The semifinal also -proies.. to his fourth decision a.,j-& tee ar S.
the young San Diego golf pro- fiel all he only hit of-runs were be one whale of a battle. h wins. was changed with all O
fessional will pck up a num- game off little Ramon Cabrera, uneaf ed. veteran Sammy Medina as t.he men runs. i 2
ber of paychecks. (NEA) curve artist of Bob Taaht's whipped himself into superbcon- The game was a scoreless Ce an, 1 0
tea-. dltlon iD the hope of avenging a duel, Arthurs and Pritts giving Arthurs, p 4. 0 0 0
West Bank scored two mare ATLAN'TIC LITTLE LEAGUE defeat scored over him abOut five up two hits apiece, until the top
runs in the fourth on 2 hits, .2 v w months azo by RodolfO (Beau of the seventh when Reinaldo T t 4 I '1 $ "
bases on balls and an ertor.by l s dow- h Ca r to. Jack 1 Francis Orenald eed off with wald a l ta .
Albrook'ssecond basemi. -Al.: Thursday afternoon M left. Doug Lewis walked and M oarstn, c 4 140
Aibrook's second K, ,y.1- .. .Jc II) Francis. Grenand le ffwdith. aia'le' I
brook corn d I qed the 0000 8t The steadily improve I rancls Heh an Ohrle~ blntdd, af a. 4
e Vth ,on.. w a of toa eis again tb favorite ow 1r .1
SIwho o ved, t the ourag.e vet eff. 'Me Hector e i3b
i ed advaed to, I s d Lopes came 4n to bat iinell, I.f
infield out andysc byatedor Sylveter e ohld 1d f
ing home asCaervbra heldhi nott s .e..t.IAnr F i eed o sraosut htehatwho.- u. 2b.3i -I.r a

the bal wiath hs d he l herl d by Bennea ?pl p o thir firs t o meG as soof ou. .1
nn n eW nL Pt everMedina Is in rmuch better o o the: e wi.thr
plate. m -s o h ae rtov was tie 0 1r0 costly shape now and he ist nridi tne irittes' shin and two aruinns ..t







seen, HU B?held on to Jimmie Ta'k;' Cubs 2 1 .666 with reserved ringside seat pric- esd on ewss Pait firetl Clyt hits: bharll.. itrbakout bys
SStArine h atm theplfor errors mae y. the Cub cret ofcenter to cor Osorio, an Joe Bases on balls ff Prtt
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Bank West Bank team cfordial- Botle" 0 000 T-"- M a..... Prewotthitadouble ff the t h.t n.8-2/3 ,:S
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4, Penvtes the baseball public to I temtw ris t o IIeI l113 o- pU center field fence that Archl Pn mokeitisPttts
Written for ervie with for 3. ergeres single within Curundu payed heaupball, co emitting fielded Mirapidlynar and Sam BruceshapesPrr held ton Chu ).








west lBank at CocolU Ball Park FRIDAY hrAHP A P irin, at third. Pabloirard flied to KI' Moore). LOn-
tih o s | on Mondayd, Jan. 31 at b- not one error during the ga) m. up as a math that should have an theine Osoreo fied to (3-4). W n
Credit for the win goes o fie t a hr s fo ieleft to end the smoker uprising. (4-4). tUcln4.




ted In two runs and made him who A was relieved by Be neau pena bell to the end. home Ch arle s a ind led to Moore- Lewis; Parri, Bernard, E.
the leader in thirs department din (at Margareta enthupiasl releder tolispect his right but thladstone grounext batter, Tdu- Oaorio; Moore, Al brathwIten
for the day. be 9 o MONDAY o b g, ... first to end the frame. lios, a .r t t.. am.
ver gare Command. PeeWest (t EAM Co ISolo way-backed yungstealazart Smoker fans w ereencoura rm
in teamr P o W ead STADINGS 125 pound. These boys will t also e ^ ned s: Smolr .












L.nusudu. ranced Of We.u t th in- rron s ork mless' a eEi O orioa : H igh D efeats
Bank's infield and as fine asee- wll b f o rrroundsorlesas., twhn llhor opnednoc.













i.- S*C s" 'i@ hhav -n as o f" CHbS T o Take Another
mLbr 0 0LGe1neral admission Is worth bottom of the seventh with a Three bise hlUtX Osftl. TWO
Snd baseman as you have ever Braves 2 0 1.iat r r'n Cdoar and fifty cent) oc- base hits: reltcim ":-.dfice








r trophy for the A101-Star Gameoneedollarmndfi ce dn to be cr to attend. --
th th ed theldorit of thimmie game. c- 1 .66 with reserved ringside seat p riyc- edeveow nnLe g wi before a crowd fann hits pinch-i Crot
ett's ll streamina lie labelled Mottas 1 .666 ed at $500 (five doars Parris followed with a Ie to FPrtts 4. Chu t .
er"base thbae applause ovfe Pals ff1 r .500e center o score Osoo, and Joe Bases on Lung's single, bu ttse t
Oilers 0 2 .000 Tuminelli flied to center, b.b a PJords9..ruidPA 44 ni p
e Bankteam cordial- Bottlers 0 2 00 hi lt N l Prescott hit a double Team wais pint out on an nw
The Brookn Do Leaue. As the baseball public to center field on the road to winning ound ball of the bat
a bonuorthe game between Curundu and o fielded rapidly and Pars hel tl R s at firn,)t.
Went Bank at Cocoll Ball Park FRIDAY at third. Pablo 'Urnard flied to (Moore). LOitetbrts
on Moton Ca bundy, Jan. at 4:15 p.m. (at Margaritaend of a 9 to 3 a short and Pepe'Oo flied to(3-4. It will take pCri-
Wayne ui he e before But for one outstaraves vs Oilers.ght left to nd the mokr uprising. (4How- toba4)l on Tu a eeig

eaynaue baseball results for g Botlers v Police Pals two-yearabafa-old at Hialeah. mnever, hit Into a double desiredlay, Lews.ven oclocres: Th -








hthe seasonowa T dised to get to beo e it As Connors, the turf writer short to a cond to first am del The box scorof e
sover Cariobbean C to3and.Wt MONDAY looked at the big, flat-foot e d,Sntar h r "]..--rtn, theTlrotfi a 2:01.
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remaining iteb a much de. u itstanin of thepr soe Canal zTwone-ad oeB Lung. Mantovany fanned BATrOA phGH




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M e t United States Lawn Tennl Aen,
thrIgh K.a a 00% ii president ar back A.
31 on abuses wh wreraMnt, ad ted remedies
u to nw the national body don mor than Ignor
the. T-of -Saf
Wood wil ostry the rht into a ious meetingcr
or n dofiufu SWl iits officers
the UL.TA of ,nt .of id-




havve n nowgoe of Income ear, If h hooses travel thS.
/tol td to tliuo ONr 8o th Apllrica. fWb-
Am oIith4 the

Ing e ut w I e of the pre
scribed $1 daily. emora
"Th'e etire setup is an unhealthy sham and is demoralizing
from astaSpoint of publi relations and its inluence on the
yoanplayer strtg tournament career."


!OGWNG BAXTS EVEN AT OWN MEMBBES
Wo does not pretend that al the members of his leage
an in a portion to thrw rooks. He says. "The TPL meme p
Inelud. aumbe of ar atMonerplayers, d their m t.d ae
/not uk to the tpsnai y ung opefula o tennis, or
to ]mos elf M einal eebWles. However, Bthe majority of such
WotlaW*r enudi npport a house cleantig, and reconstruc-
'The -reSs players of the seal nd 30 aatisory make the
Y toM u, Gl e mar whes o name I do not aret mention let"
he last March and he s ti is msanuthig between Fance and
ae Inahthi to te is u o rlae"e. He Is not
"In c ur fit on manis bum nditions, we are especially
aroused t jroft presented by the over-fthe-hul player
who bel rldtfhw t graobetrotterL ..
"Yrou can9 tell a man that he must not hang on that he
must not etd most productive busInss years casing a lit
tle whl Iwli erom the court
S"But (or his own protection, and for the good of amateur
tennis, s mast be taken to render it less teming for Mr.
Over-the-:ll to tou th glo0be year after year, wi decrepitude
the fniy force hat will bringt him to a halt."
Th league would provide for exceptions in Is er of notably
p l players who would e entled to special xpense
teia enablinbthem tt compete extensively under legitimate
ft uthtns s special ctlas obviously would weaken the TPL
Varon thli bums.
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iBABS T II DIVING OUT
V New leis xaml* t gaertm atuatieM l American
ttas. Wood continued. ,W reS" qoead the .Davi Cup and
illde en It on turf.
"H'w Ie, we are down. to only flve grass fixtures, as corn-
pard it l1 not so far back. .do not know how much longer
W b l doe to keep the tvtng five alice. The historic
SouthetOWon tournament was kept going last season only
threogibing under-writtn by players.
Seab hit and Baltimnre both have died. We are down to
Orange Philadelpha, the limited Nassau CC event, Southampton,
and the natieal championships. .
"The MTolleles of the USTA are pulling the boys to the West
and clay courts. If the VOLTA doe -not medltei take steps
to rebuild our irrass court program, we will not keep the Davis
Cut) for very long and our international tennis relations will
collapse.
"The USLTA has told us the grass court program is a matter
for each section to hande for itself. This, of course, is plain non-
sense. Note that only the Natlonala mak money.
"I, for one, am tired of trying to PeC anywhere with the
* diplomatic attitude. Thetimae has come for a real fight."
How-much longer ls the U8LTA going to condone the bum
who lives off tennis all the year- round, and ignore the problem
of building a plVn to keep the Davis Cup in the United States?


UND S OC AT----
W AL Me
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overthe G ide at a about e 1 I
fathom line, (


ped just at the end If the
e seen the slender, quick.
make, the school ling
w, and the iullan nurse
who lay in holes log the
And I have seen the
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*P eitoday at
W.' e_ n of
ail i for 1055:
L W t atd 0obe A.To
.r OM* anid t tertulnment -
LuIS A. Ohande k, I. L. Dehlin
er .Pedro A. Disa and Georg
1. Novey, Jr.
Olrea Lul Martini an
Brack 0. Hattler.
.Ean icap.-Prcd I. Berhardt
and Gerald Danlell.
I gai-lUberto AralM and Ro
berto Rt, Alemn.
IClab improvements -Ernet
do laIGuardia Jr., rnesto do l
Gua-diaM, I Gilberto Arias, R
i L. Dehlinger. Roberto AlemAz
and Dr. A. Earle Oprans.
Tournaments-=.el J. M o
Lren Jr., George and Ga-
.brlel Galindo.
Publicity-James 0. RidKe.
Rules-Lula Martins, Miguel J
rMoreno, Tr., and Fred J. Ger
hardt.
Membership-Dr. Prank A.
almond, C. Paz Rodrigues, and
Felipe Clement.
STennis-Myron Paher, Georg
L. Maduro and George Motto,
The next meeting of 4he Boar
of Directors of the club will be
held at S p.m. Tuesday evening
Feb. & All board member a"
urged to attend.

GUN CLUB
I NOTES

CRISTOBAL
Smiling Bill Clark of the U. S
B. Hazel, stationed at Coco Solo
Canal Zone, came through with
flying colors to cop the top score
in skeet at the Cristobal Skeet
rate on Wednesday afternoon
Bill performed this very diffi-
cult feat with a new gun and
has decided to purchase his wife
one of the very same models-for
her birthday.
SWe all agree wtlh Bill thai
every man should do the same
4o that he could have a new
un to shot and his wife could
rot complain that she was be-
ug mistreated, or not getting
the things he wanted.
WbAdy f'elkr, Joe ueter and
a couple more of th6 Cristobal
trap and skeet shooters -Vislted
the Balboa Ou, Club on Satuz-t
lay afternoon and Joined In th
un e Balboa club boasts some
irf ebest sAhotgun artists on
the Isthmus and we take this
Spportunlty to thank them for
their kind hoosptlaty.
SDon't forget the registered
Trap shoot at the Cristobal Gun
Club on- Sunday morning, Feb.
C Beautiful trophies to the best.
Scores for Wednesday, Jan. 26
follow:
SKEET (25 targets)
Bill Clark ...........24
R. Casanova ..........* 2
Schexnayder .......... 22
Rowland ........,..... 1,
Sray..................... 13
alEET (a5 targets, 4.10 ga.)
Joq Kueter ........... 20
Joe Cook ... .......... 18.
W, Johnson. ........... 17
TAP (1 targets, 19 yds.)
BrWindl .. ..AS...... 25
iark ..........."..** .
lark .........******.. 24
Sehexnayder ....... .... 2
W. Johnston ............. 21
T. Dga **********... 21.
Jo" Kueter 0.........e 20
G. Hardison .......... 19
*. ook ............... 15

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10-seacoad rule or what?- BK
Thelben.
Answer: It is not a violated..
the 10 seeds begin ceantiug
again. -
Q. What is aLoving screen? -
I lrod Gregory.
A. It s p ably the toughest
type of see for defdve lay-
ers to awbtfk e. It usuoaim
werk eby twem mt Oae wIll
Mtsu aeo twn sO vt to lulo.
af the -.erI. D I wS Ma
to ScroM ehr. The mas
sthem = It rs
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a pas~ slu pe
the two ~~*l seek to ao
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NEW YORK (NEA)- Custy D'- To begin with, hs fighter was...
Amato hunelbd over so he could only 17 when he started knocking Pretty Bette Ford, the former
;e tbrouh the opes better. He vqr opponents-but boqdng corn. New York model and showgirl
as watching two fuzzy-fa c e d missions and promoters deman- turned bullfighter, tonight wil
yNmOtr boxing the ropes bet. ed he be put in with toranking light two bulls to the death In
tero fe'was watching two gymna- competition. Thea came ear- ,er farewell performance at me
slum on New York's 14th Street. long period of fending ,ff people Macarena bullring.
"They're amateurs, jut came who wanted to steal t fighter- Alternating with Bette will
up here the other day," he said well-heeled guys who put v'4 lxu- be Manuel "Navarrite" Nava-
qoletly. Then, to one of the kids ry automobiles and veiled threats. rro of Spain and Hellodoro
who Bad been backed into t he (Gallito) Gones of Mexioee who
ropes alove him, he shouted: Finally, there was D'Am a t o will also fight two bulls eahb
'Go to the Wide ... to your right. himself-cautious to the point of The activity is scheduled to
Don't stand there. Move away un. irritating you. He refused match get underway at 8:15 at the SanI
il you have some room to punch." after match, and got into a hassle Francisco de la Caleta plaza. I
On the other side of the room, with the Internationpl Boxing Club The girl bullfighter thrilled
under a bright light, Frank La. because of this policy, thousands last Sunday when she
vaul, the trainer, was rubbing a demonstrated her skill and
white towel over the sweating During it all Pftterson was do- knowledge of the VSpanish na-
face of Floyd Patterson, who had ing exactly what D'Amato want-. tional pastime Tonight Bette
just floished-working out. ed -getting experience he need-,hopes to give her fans as even
ed badly. At first, young Patter-.better performance.
PATENRSON IS THE B I G son was loaded with the kind of Navarrito is i considered by
FIGHTER upder D'Amato's wing. amateur stunts which gets a per- many to be the beat bullfight*
The biggest, in fact, that the white- former nowhere In the profession- Ir ever, toperform in Pannma.
haired manager ever has come al ranks. He couldn't fight inside. The bulls for to"rlght's fights
across. He also guides Frankie But, under careful matching, he are the product of the Banta
Riff the lightweight. was Jeprnung. He was belting over Monica Haenda.
"I fXtnd Floyd right here in this the )kk Wa erg and G ordon General admsion Is worth
ring-a beginner lust like these Wal anll the' time D'A$1.50, first row tickets $2.50 while
kids,". D'Amato said. "Can you mato shied away from the good! $sved f eat t.priced at. 50 w
Sfor the second and third rows
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STANDINGS
W L DAbnd. Pts.
Sparton 1 0 0 0 3
P. Cigarettes 1 0 0 1 3
Sears 0 0 1 0 1
Cragwell 0 0 1 0 1
CloveUy 0 1 0 0 0
S. Agency 0 1 0 1 0
Sunday's Games
Seymour Agency vs Bears at
La Boca (12:30 p.m.)
Clovelly vs Sparton at S. Cruz
Cragwell vs. Panama Cigarettes
at Paralso
Sparton, 63; S. Agency, 5
Sparton: C. Mike, 7; A. Per-
kins 14; C. Cooke 9; 0. Jack-
man. 3 E. Holder, 2; L. Bowen,
7; Brathwalte 14 not-out; S.
Richards 4; G. Miller, 0; A. Wil-
liams, 0; R. Brown, 0; Extras, 3.
TOTAL, 63.
Seymour Agency: L. Roberts,
0; E. Roberts, 6; E. Belgrave, 0;
M. Grannum, 18; C. Greaves, 1;
K. Brathwalte. 12; A. Bir6n, 4
not out; W. Mike, 11; W. Ford,
0; R. Best, 3: J. Lord, 0; Extras,
1; TOTAL, 56.


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Rcmnd...... 0 160 Seymour Agency: W. Ford, 2




bRlam for for keep ael .2anm -a .
Indians .i.h 'd 1 2 .333 for 0; ILBiron,8 for 32; L. R b-
Little Field .....0 2 .000 erts, 0 PTr 12; E. 6 Belgrave, 01
senators .......0 3 .000 13.
toThe improved Senators were Sparton: S. Richards, 5 for 14t
defeated 9-8 by the Indiana L. Bowen. 3 for 20; A. Williams,
SCedric Johnson and Alnzo Mc-1 for 7; W. Brathwaite, 1 for 10;
oRancho Williams pitched a 2-
e tter for Richmond to keep his Panama Cigarrettes 87;
. first place by defeating Little
Field 9-4. Panama Cigarettes: 0. Bruton,
Grs i 0; R. Prince. 0; 'A. Dennis, 19;



Dalleas ...........1 1 .300 TOTAL 87.
Lake View ...... 0 1 .000
h Adexla Nine ... 0 0 .000
Ren Grant's Little Rock qhel-
lacked Jersey City 17-4,. It was
a home run parade fdr Little
Rik .wit na tte ps.: hit-
dg.2.Rot~ar nt,'le*a seIles
and Don ant had onae pe. T.
The Paraiso School team is in
the lead in the basebl l Inter- .
school sport having won its two
Th es iayedthey emerged vie
torlous over Rainbowy C ty 9-6.
SThe Rainbow City Girls trounc-
ed the Paraiso girls 17-4.

about knocking over second-raters-.s"he in doingbhewoi
L Gordon Wallace-and begin to take on the light-heavyweight at the Paraiso amnslum :30
--- .. leaders. (NEA Monday night All managers of
'each team are asked to attend.
blame me for watching any kid, f i ters and tried to deliver, say,
like these two right here, closely? es Bascom for. his boy. Pacific Divisional.
I might find another Patterson."
Across the room, in the cluttered NOW, WITH 20 VICTORIES Ina
office, the telephone rang. D'Ama-. 21 starts-the lone loss a very dis- Dtblle .
to left the floor to answer It, came Puted one to Joey Maxim- the Sf ba League
back smiling. game is about concluded for D'A-
oDmeodye ans o mato and his fighter. STANDINGS
diSomebody wants to give me *
date for Patterson. I told h oim D'Am ato frankly says he has Teams W L Pet.
we don't know. Confidentiall1Iy, two and perhaps three bouts left Ideal Bread .....3 0 1000
rm just waiting for th lIBC to before his fighter goes fori a cham- Neptune........1 1 .500
call me and say that wh, have a p ionship. Navy e .........N1 1 .500
definite with eDan Bucceroni on N. Distillers ......1 2 .333
their Baltimore show Febl. 9." "Bucceron, if I get him, Is onepCerveza Balboa .0 2 .000
WEm 'r nA t he arxplins. "Then I go after BHarv
IF YOU WEE o mAVEbgon t old Johinon-and that means Ar. Nex tGames
him the only efforts he would or I go for Charley Norkus. Tiat Feb. -IdCervea Bbre oa vs. aCervea


havegetbotfr Pat. could mean Marciao after that. my Transportation, 14 to 4. FAREWEBULL PER
l gacrond the two-hit ptchn of Maybe they'd let me fight a Ca
have thou you were a dreamer. on that. U. vor, whq yielded in theIGHT
,SinceSe'emoeof92,when NO more waiting and sche, winning pitcher.GlB
the veter hadlatuedOlymige andng. There s no more r, ugene Dudley for 11
p Champion Patterson into a careful managing. We have t e o ich Jon vigectidles


thad four in four. B l springer was
..-.. ". b hdthe two-hit pitching of
A.esavory, wh14q Navy Rieldediman, the
sThe onBread husnning to ertlers of
they le t winning ptchore mr.ntan-
The vicr torrido pace with a 1n-
-ves wEugent the route for 1e
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G. Lawrence. the losing pitchers
Ywas relieved in the second bt
thBrown who gave way in the
IdeOal Bread vpR ed twelve
hits which included homers by
IIdel Bread, 14; Neptune, 6
A savage nine-hit attack gave
Ideal B read a 14-8 victory over
Neptune and made it two viev-
tories In a row for the salesmen.
1. Navas took the mound vie-
or by toiling for four Inninas
making way for I. S"lveBETTE
M yielded six hits. XMnth
was relieved by Dertle Williams -wit
ia the second. Williamssuf'- NAVARRITO ("The
ed the loss. N. Trottman had a
circuit cloutO -an
SNational iistiules, *; GALLITO OF MEXJC
NCo.s Balboa, 1 TICKETS ON 18A*
Naal ] Distilers finally wit
he win column with a 5-1 w- PRlI
dict over Cervesa Balboa Of 'PA E
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Clovelly: L. LaMotte, 0;
Thomas. 0; G. Moore, 71 ,
Flemming, 1, J. Alleyne, H;g'
Edgill, 6; T. Jemmott 4; I1
Moore, 0; J. Brathwalte, 13;
Part, Si 0. Bourne, 0 not ou
TOTAL, 68. ,
Bowlfng
Clovelly: E. Thomas, 2 for 3;
J. Brathwalte, 4 for 28; J. Al-
levne, 3 for 29; (. Moore, 1 for
27.
Panama Cigarettes: R. Prinset
6 for 23: C. Temple, 2 for l3
A. Dennis, 1 for 17.


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THIRTIETH YEAR PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1955 FIVE CENTF


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ISLAND ./ RALIA

,-'---- Were Rubinstein s Hobbies
ANTARCTIC AIRLIFT- Map
shows course of the first regu-a i
nent which will be established NEW YORK. Jan. 29 (UP) ris said they were expecting a sim- been involved at one time or an- log In 1N? and served 30 months
In 1957 to transport personnel Money and women, the two ma- liar request for background on his other in financial wizardry in Ja- in the federal penitentiary at
and supptartlies to the U. Th. 57 or interests in Serge Rubinstein'.w activities in France, which expel- pan, Great Britain, Panama, Bo- Lewisburg, Pa,
58 Antarctic expedition. The ex life, undoubtedly led to his death, led Rubinstein in 1935 because livia and Brazil. The government tried repeated-
pedition's preliminaryown recon-ut police z.:dicated today his speculations were endangering In addition, he was charged in ly to deport the Russian-born fin- L
naissance grouplis now eneroute An almost endless parade of the franc. 149 with a 3-million-dollar stock ancier be iuse of his draft eva-
to Atarctica board thNew Zealand beautiful a h o w girls, actresses Arnold Stream, an attorney who fraud in the United States, but sion conviction, but he had suc- AT DEDICITION Oen. Doug
to Antarctica aboard the ice and models were questioned by said he handled financial matters was acquitted in 1951. cessfully foughtoff expulsion for stands ontheea roster
hsaker Atka. The airlift plane police last night and early today occasionally for Rubinstein, was He was convicted of draft dodg. six years t the time of his death., honor on his th rthday.rm
ill fly regularly from New In an attempt to learn whether questioned by police. He said at- -- .......... ay.
the group will set up in Little have led to the millionaire play. portent information, which he DOA r Bl 4t SIiAAwe p Ail llIsn
America. Demands of the ex. boy's murder, could not disclose. rowP DBlaS s WtUD ,ACross Uj ilI JC UIISOM
petition are expected to need I Chief ol detectives Thomas Fifty detectives also were search-
a constant flow of air traffic. Nielson said scores of women, list- ing for the cab driver who drove
ed in six loose-leaf address books Estelle Gardner, a tall brunette, Ti
^ ~....__found In Rubinstein's h h o m e. from Rubinstein's home early H Io r r se eF If Air -
would be questioned. Thursday, Miss Gardner is known ire Jets Freeze In Air i
"Every name in them will be to have gone to a supper club with Il Undreds Of I dsH
Editorial Workers checked and very person who Rubinstein Wednesday night and .. -
can be located will be questioned," to have returned to his house CHICAGO, Jan. 29 (UP) -A or Paul Kull died in the explo-
Neilson said. with him, where she was report, i ew cold wawe gathered strength alOn of a weed burner which he COPENHAGEN, Denmark, Jan.
alt Publication Betty Reed, the tall, willowy ed to have remained about m- n the Mdwestern icebox today ws using to thaw frozen pipes 29 (UP) Oil dumped by a
platinum bonde soprano who col- nutes. se another assault in the shiver- on his farm. stranded tanker blanketed 600
fore another assaweninttoshevr-onnhisfim. uaremiles of the orth
Spared and went into secluion af- Nielson brushed off a reportI East and South. At Lyman, Wyo., volunteer quare miles of the North Sea
Of Brooklyn Eagle ater learning of Rubinstein' de, h that two men had followed Ru. e leading edge of the new crews worked to hack the ice birthday, trapping thousands of
last night and released early tou binstein home from the nightclub blast pushed into Ohio, spew- out of a 20-mile canal that froze birds and threatened to spread
NEW YORI, Jan. 2 9(UP) day in a taxi. ing out snow along its frontal and choked off the town's water over bathing beaches in oer-
The 114-year-old Brooklyn Eagle ~ief inspector Edward Feeley Police still would not Ia y reaches in southern Michigan, supply, forcing schools, restau- many and Denmark.
suspended publication today said blMiss Reed. Rubinstein's whether they had uncevered a Ohio, parts of Indiana and Ken- rant and bars to close. .I ...
when mechanical workers reus- most frequent "date" recent motive for the laying, However, tucky. IrMuqh of the Midwest was "be- Dane rallied to the aid of the
e to cross picket line set up had been "cooperative, but could it was well known Rubinstein's Forecasters said it would reach twen" cold waves today but re-- birds and German authorities
byrstriking editorial workers. shedno light on the slaying." manipulations international the East Coast by tomo row, malned the bi ggest Icebox. i waited for favorable winds that
finance made him a hated figure bringing another round of frig- Chicago, which had a record might make it possible to burn
membersbers of the American ; Police concentrated their In- on three continents. Id temperatures that today 10 above today and expected an- off spreading slick.
Newspaper Guild (CIO) went o vestigation on the women in the During his years in Britain he reached as low as 32 below zero other 10 below tonight. Iowa al-' -
strike at the paper at midnight financial wlzard's life because gained control of the Chosen Corp., n New York state. ready was in the grp o the new The Danish tanker Cerd a
la a contract dispute. Serge had few men friends close Ltd., a holding company which New York City, which weath- cold wave as the mercury beganwMaersk started the trouble 11
J* a enough to him to go unerringly owned gold mines in Korea, and ered 14 dre this mb n skdd downward to redct ao by jettisoning 6000 tons
Pi Lket lines were formed a- to his bedroom in the dark of was reported to have made mil- expected ^low of 15 tonight and lows of near 20 below p, ot crude oil when the ship ran
.rupd the building in downtown night without disturbing other lions by manipulating the firqp's osbly near eo temperatures ar aground:
r, y ae.nd. mechanical work- members of the household. stock before it crashed in 1743. neat zoro. tempratus The cold air stretched all the l
S, re-used-to cross them when Rubinstein was found bound and He also was believed to have ommo o n t to way from east Texas across the The oil has been spreading
Sered for work this strangled. inthe bedroom of his Columbus Ohio. expected 5 to top of Gulfstates Into the Dee ever since Today It as drifting
mlor t fg. t luxurious Fifth Avenue town house t0 below zero readings by tomor- South. Birmingham, Na., recor along ther-coastof the Danish
Early Thursday a few hours af- *..at. ..F.. row morning, with a c ancef o ed a shivering low of 22 degrees ,Island of Roemoe, where It had
ter he had returned from a nightly 15 below temperatures in the and Chattanooga Tenn., had 19. clogged the feathers of uncount-
club dqte. suburbs. West Virginia was a close rival ed seabirds.
SPolice called on Britain's Scot-H *Ight thAAl llaCf to the Canadian border states,
land Ygrd for aid. in the mustert- I,01 I cllvo l Cu0e1v0 An earlier por blast 'sent the reportAn minus- 26o Day4 and ashoolchldrh already are.
ous slaying of Rubinstein, whose mercury plunging to 10 below inusI.V at Thomas. 'V patrollinogth Roemo a beaches,
checkered career in international St wi M d zero in New England and Penn- Al iz al I wasw t anrescing and cleann birdstha
finance made enemies for hi lari Monday -ylvania early today, spread now at the oth Porse than rescuing and cleaning birds that
around the globe., Registration for night school from Mississippi to North Ciro- nal expect on reported a h s oe.Tn hes v l nWi
I At the same time, a New York classes to be conducted at the lint and brought an unofficial Pleasant temperature of 38 de- set out in small boats to rescue
attorney said he had given police Rainbow ity and La Boca High low of 31 below at Owls Head, res 40 milenort east of Lit. what birds t can and toive the
here "Important information" a Schools will be held at the of N.Y., at Oakland, Md., the temrn- fl America. ,- watr can and give the
bout Rubinstein's murder. Off.- flees of the two schools during perature reached 26 below Amthers a speedy death.
cers did not disclose it. the period of Jan. 31 to Feb. 4 At Pittsburgh with a onb-below
.Reeorts from Lndon said Scot-it was announced by the Divi- reading, an unidentlled man i MM i i i mm mi g a
land ard had been asked tn com- sion of Schools. Iwas found frozen to death on a m -
Rile a file for New York police on Those Intested in register- hillside. Coumus Ohi I LE
f oubinstein's activities in Brita nInforthenight school csses Pol at O |la A T _
where for years he ran his asked tocaat theoffice of possibly influenced by the near-
pire from a luxury hotel. the principal during regular of- zero wether there voted not A L
The International Police in Pa- ie hours of 7:15 a.m. to 4:15 to wear short-sleeved white shirts
p.m. between these dates. on duty next summer. I PRICES: 0.75 and 040
^r ^ ^ ^ nt Classes will meet on Monday In e cti es, fires were num-| i
Prid Ministler and Wednesday nights begin- erous and firemen were turned
i i nie seemrc es er rill Into human icicles trying to fight |
In-gMFeb.3 C l e emeste wlfthem At Philadelphia, water SHOWS: 12:50 -
SD nm ark Dies e May 31. Classes -
Of Deered n b6okkeeping typin, from fire hoses turned to lee 2:7 4:47 6:57
shorthandd, dressmaking, tailor- on the streets and on ladders as
Ing, Spanish, English, wood and a blaze destroyed two buildings and 9:07 p.m. p
OfN emrFailure Imotor shdop. and damaged four others less
Registration is limited to non- than four blocks from Independ-
STOCKHOLM Sweden, Jan. U.S. citizens residing in the Ca- ence Hall.
29 (UP)-Daniash Prime Minister nal Zone. At Shelbyville, Ill., former May-
Hans Hedtoft was found dead in i
his room at the Grand Hotel- ri c a y i
early today. i uneral eri ces Playg round asino w
ASE TASK -- Wiliam L Mr. Hedtoft visited Stockholm ForMrs.Mc 'oatvOpeningAttended
gac, midge, Jr., of Ocoano- as a delegate at the current se- F Mr. McGroarty Opening Attended
e I fWis., has found another slon of the Nordle Council. f n -, -
Sfor his diving mask edtot hd died during the Set For Monday By Large Crowd
es solvg t p lem night hours, apparently of a
de aling with ion.ls, he thinks it heart failure, officials said. His Funeral services for Mrs. The first playground benefit
ias possibilities as a face-savew death was discovered when one Catherine McGroarty who died casino of the year got underway
t- l e e.th grapefruit, of the chamber maids entered i in Curundu Thursday, will be last night at El Rancho beer
his room around eight o'clock in held Monday morning at 9 at garden with a large crowd of
.the morning ithe Sacred Heart Chapel. customers attending.
The Danish embassy in Stock-i Butal will be at the Corozal The games, which include
__ holmm was stunned by the sudden Cemetery. blackjact, chuck-a-luck, rouletl-
death, j Mrs. McGroatry was the wid- te and others, will continue t0-
Delegates of the Nordle Coun- ow of John McGroartry, who won night and tomorrow night, start- n
e Cross Starts c,, who were informed about lame as the Bard of the Isth- ing at 7:30. -f-t tat
Hedtoft's death soon they nus. He died in 193. Proceeds of the casino will go 3
L d C us had gthert@ In .th. perliq. aemts The deceased was 76 years towprda the fund for building k
S y ous buldng fi the eond day otf.ld and had lved on the Isth-.plaglrounds In Panama CItz's m i S a .i a g
4* Coco Solo 1'-"'- ..a.l TODAY-- DRIV


le Side who are interested
king the. Red Cross Orey
coursee which will be given
ebroary at the Coco 8olo
ttal are aske.f to register
ie Red Crole Headquarters
Pid Cristobal not later than
10. Registrants must be be-
in the ages of 21 and 25.
he course will be conducted
By bY hospital authorities
members of the American
Cross.
oes women who have al-
p taken a Grey Lady course
seqested to register with
BN Crorm Headquarters for
. Lady work.
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