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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00651
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STHE PANAMA AMERICAN
S WNED AND PUBLISHED OY THE PANAMA AMERICAN PEESS. INC.
pu FOUNDED my NUaSOI MNOUNSEVELL IN IasZ
SHARMOIO ARIAS. EDITOR
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CABLE ADDbranI PANA4ERICAN, PANAMA
N OFFICE 12.179 CENTRAL AVENUE BETWEEN 12TH AND 13TH STResTS
..-. FORaION REPRESENTATIVES, JOSHUA B. POWERS. INC.
S345 MADIION AVL. NEW YORK. (17) N. Y.
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M. YEAR. IN AoVANC. 18.50 4.00oBy VICTOR RIESEL
True, you can now send a tell -
TiS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN gram direct to a machine-and't
wild begin punching out exactly
|A A l E what you ordered without being
touched by human hands. Western
4 1Union will simply cut some sym.
S t I t bole s into a tape and feed It into a
e robot a thousand miles distant and '
The Mail Box is on open forum for readers of The Panama American. you are in production. 1
liners are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confidential ,
True, a salesgirl can now risg
If yo contribute a letter don't be impatient if it doesn't oppeer the up a sale on a cash register, punch
day. Letters ore published in the order received. a button on It and immemately
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length, record how many items are left i .n
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence. tock-and in wat colors and asig.
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opiant es. Another salesgirlg then wotu
adin [efters from readers. have to go looking through score I
-- o D of boxes on out-of-the-way shelves.0 *
WILD BLUE EYES YONDER True, you can now bu rail tick-
Several times in the past while trying to study: I have been you the exact change wand no Da
y c u a p a h o t e a e r c o Ie You the exact change and no oacki A T I1
erupted by these king-size -lobemasters which fly over our talk. You can get an electric brain
fNot too long ago I saw a very good-looking pilot. He had the boss himself, alth e exact voice of ,
S E, blond hairDdbueeys.M the bposs himself, although the chief
v, blond hair and blue eyes. is thousands of miles away. And
anyone happens to know who he is I would appreciate I is thousands of miles away. Andng but from
would let me knowA B.H.. Girl new impulses started by push-but.
S- A B.H.S. Girl tons.
.-- ALBROOK TAKEOFFS But what doesn't seem to be
Pt.i: true are charges that workers are
It seems to me that there are some pertinent facts which bein displaced by the electric a
haven't been mentioned in the controversy of Albrook Airstrip brains.. w
erajps Balboa High School.
S..will agree that I think it was foolish- t build the high At least for the mome, r ter
chopl where it now I the airstrip was there first. But I also have been no firi no h s t"g";
t hik t was foolish to build the airstrip where it Is as Balboa qosed out by machines.
was here first. With about 500 square miles of Canal Zone to What is lo asing Is the slowiri
chose from they chose the edge of the most populous area up of cents, .The a
he C. Z. inues 4 electric brain ma as
SThere is always the hazard of plane crashes in landing or install them in anticipation of t ra-
In taking off. It has happened four times to my knowledge. over. Men quit. Men die. MenotJ a e- .SI .i.e, l- g
Twice coming in for a landing and twice on the take-off, and tire. Where there are elect i s
here were casualties. brains, men are not hired to rz- .- -
It would seem to me that the easiest and simplest solution place those who drop out of the -. ''_" _" -
frould be for the planes to take off in the opposite direction, work force. .....
E, could approach from the same direction. It can be done.ongrn tiv n cl sh -,
have seen it done. There Is rarely a sufficient wind velocity the number of jobs cros A ir T
to Interfere with such a takeoff or approach. A i T ravbW Aofj ao t e
Airfields in the States have changed the direction of takeoff land. Ifst-the new electric brain
approach to relieve populated areas of hazard and annoyance, elsewhere. I n -th e push-button sys
y can't it, be done here? If anyone can give me a water- tem did not require skilled main- we a f l1 e Stk
Season I will lis tenance forces. Remember, f an tfy -a
US D.cell pops in an electric brain of the a t "-
D$YVING HINT future, a whole plant may stall.
IDYVING HINT Swift repair will be needed. So a I am competing in a contest There will be a smalS child who girs f~qweitly .brea
Utle e to soe drv. Drivers are safer when the springing up.of mecha is the TWA people are throwing runs upathe p,
toads are dp w. and road s ste si fer when the driver Is dry. there Is 50 thousand fish k It. daygw.en
-V. .M an d th e m an s a ) s it's p r n to r y& y g to mu s l fa I ule t d r in k w l o lh o m
-V. M. Thne new electric brain "control- everybody excpet Martians. The out appe dpg to be flying in.a a -
...ws __. icr"ler" industry will sell over $330,- contest wants to know what I and 'sa leoon. Will be a not made a
000,000 worth off automaticityy" in anybody else on the globe. b o emva ehilW u sbad ress a ,
11955. Meanwhile, such firms as flying will be like in 195. -t as yes a-re t----yag
Business Maches and Remington to check on wat it's like, per- fit of the pretty girl aetrss the
Sand are building scores of new sonally but I got some teal fne'sai e.
big plants and expanding old ones ideas. ou would expect me to. .Also, there Ai certain to be a from to
SOto handle the electric brain busi- say that planes will travel at 00old gentleman behind who is a be aatop tr
hesm i *tulrt- 4es a miles an hour, at a mile l frequentcanight Irise.E uve e t ,-.
4 Animals fries d 1 I.deHowever, labor Isn't sitting back d airy b e tdngm s you g r ep, he a w e a
Mrso or E 4 ]FI R sJu st{ watcht^ ing the t "b e ora.in" S grow. .Not .a ^me.Bu w .fatltr gbifir ml ,.-b
n ow ( .. WAMW Nos.o f l abor, isnotabogtusg auto- what i:t will belI 9 M t re m og an r oeg
lrslmals gan creation or labeling It an effort to will always sat next to a fat lady wide awake again. H this old a. .r
SSrne(,oot) wipe, out human workers. with a sick baby. The baby will gentleman im't behind uhe Is
Plant dy abor is ginning to developTe bab i gae u'iek on e
faorusc I h w ys O the other

aoO en*u will be tbuta allet and show you ls, f possible wi b aud in
versa peces tu .6s at-Est ,ww pe eus--po s1 face. '
.1. ks"wnden fl 44l oishg ld i ke e and "old age family, and tell you all-the exit-
$..tSM. 17Daubs meaning fullJ .pnl'ad pendalow ing details of his, life o will not hea
aa P19 Play parts 31 Packed away 46WlgthubeWd accounting de t in a diaieo his eb
2lgeg u 23 Command 33 Coral isind i47 Sall blue 1w first of the plans developed They will still ben a' a.
.'2aW as8Magehm dash I by a union to meet the on-rush of green peas with n-Cdr wriaikled efficent, grac That's eui 1 4
i mseB l .executive 48 Glimpse automaticityy" has been offered chicken, and theilashed potatoes They will still present the h my o That i what I
.s t 4Salt water 50 Wineoup by the Bakers, who are much con- will be asA' as a rock. The view, from either front or baek -el bellk ag, m
Scorned these days when you can coffee, in..a&c cups, will tastethat a mani needs to make his a l wr.eve b 1s te p th, eosth,
bih tape a cake-bie it by running a like usen and tbkplauei ts sip .eor M
tape through a machine, will hit a 'lumpand spill the lo' But th lways be ls
just whai you ye ot something b kt un u coasB
-o. - The AFL Bikers and Confection- gooey M your fork, halfway to tgaAl
ery Workers'a t trney, Herman your di. about everything, asse the s l asd he ses It
Cooper, has devised a three-part
4- -- a remedy, which I report here for
- - the first time:
Cooper, Bakers' presitnt James 'matSt:
X. tG. Cross and their colleagues will
demand that tie clauses be written
into all future contracts with they Peter Ed
-.- -.. big baking corln e -In turn,
"- -- supported Introduetlos of mechasni.-
.calt methods to iis.se produc- WASHINGTON -(NE.A as militia d'
..tiest outcome of .ha r
Their first demaI a that, "io tals i conto n at. ad t.-the Ue
employee shUll lose It.employmenet.o a ote tti I.eth
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.r.'. .. duction in pay by reasonof such ndere tB qu ao
changess in. prodcl#.. ..utoma-. greepieat... Beoret
Secondly, they denjni thatS -t a1-f1, t -ao n e how g f tt
1"d.t We. saving$shelle by the d wll i .backinu a.rea gthat any

want tI __h to reopen existing cone, Wt.W.
WZEt oN d a y s a f t e r .a.of w i s, "ld.. e.e.
Is..- robo Ilistslt -- rgardless Of1table % o ., it tk -m. ,
'i "."- What the'-4contrast says about re- w su. a b I e State s
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tween the employer i the union
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Sbraimachbiery, tIhe dispute
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in aecuatliwa pie want toh be on a winning
hav -effeet toe defense oo F rmo io
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WASRINGTON, Feb. 10 (UP)- Sea. Clinton P. Andersn (E.
The betily-. filed Dixbo YatesI KM.) chairmann of the Housenes
er teo e u first ate astic committee, had co
rdle s Ex- tended in a rief filed with the
change Ca today with 4-1 SEC that the recent committee ae-
to-l approval f o adnelbg propos- tion cut the legal ground from m-.
al. der the contract.
The SEC vwted to permit the The committee voted 10-to-6 to
Dixon-Yates- private power group rescind an earlier action which
to Invest 5, 14 million dollars In waived a 30-day congressional re
the 10-pillion dilar power proj- view ol the contract. It also re-
ect which Wo ld provide electric- commended the AEC withdraw
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Democrat FauiR. towen of Bos. appealed, to the federal courts, but
ton cast the only dissenting vote opposition lawyers did not indicate
contending the proposal did not immediately whether they would
mOa t the test of efficient and eco- take thi a tep. *"
nomlcal serce. Sen. Albert Gore ID-Tenn.), an
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by the Demoerat.e-centrolled Con- said he had "fully anticipated .
gresalonal Atomic Energy Co m- the SEC's decision. Anderson said
mittee that the deal be cancelled that while he did not agree with
The SEC s aid thi dli not pose it, he assumed the SEC was do-
any quest".o asar pa .the finan- Ing ts job as its members under-
cial plans are concerned. stood It.
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cing-a proposal by Dixon-Yates to The contract provides for Dixon- I
borrow 100 mfilin dollars from Yates to build an electric power
banks and Insurapee companies- plant with a 600.000 kilowatt capac-
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A FEW FAST FACTS: The vio-
lent competition heteen TV and
thg; movies has helped the poor
o' osumer-both movies and TV
Sws are better. . Katherine
I tipburn will go Australia inhow.
Ail heading a repertory com-d actresses. They
S ny that wilreen do two Shakespea- y used to.
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S Wteart, Jean Peters and Bu kids never si around and
a Paget (Tony's hairdressKermt Scalr Jny m ore. Why no?" ..... .
1Nkinks Alcatraz' brighter inmates - vI Wi..
jV' g it og put on a TV penal show.
theoung achad tos and a Maybe the high cresses.
b To promolne Den, Parkerns rec-don't get together and talk like
S m of "Green Fiare," publicist they rjsed to.
SWhen she hs done, Trombonel Vi Whenou was staring," Hs seraid,
d pitayes and made her nto a "we lNorbived on talk and hot dos.
green ula Wil show help oi John I But kids never sit aroundand talkl
111 ionnett (Tony's hair-dresser bro. any more. Why not?"
S lathrckand, she had green air. eye-' Maybe the high cost of hot dogs.
bros.;, clI o t n e s. fingcrnails --1
smoked green -igarets and walked! Anouguher st nation comedy star.
SgreendyeRS poodle. David Wayne, has come to a
When she l as done, 'ra.ombone momentous decision. H fs series.
had pictures taken and trimph- "Norby." f i I m e d here In New,!
s ntl3 called all the newspapers. York. takes so much time and
lHe forot, of course. that t h e effort that hb's going to quit,
Jreen woulavoct show up inak. H erythng else. That means he'll
S lack-and-white newspaper. leave the cast of "Teahouse The
S...- --.. ...- 'the August Moon."
r'V TOPPERS "I hate to do it," David says,
"STEVE ALLEN t-ronight."h"but it can't be helped. We-have
SNBC-L: There's a ne invention a time quotient, and that's all
f-or people who'd like to loo up
i ye into ga nos-buotwoouats. Another momentous decision plainor,
ns an unorunately poor Wayne-the character he plays from
aled Willy.'; **inin ar u a "Norb"nd newis going to change.
a e avoe t keeps our brain of farmWe've beeuildn trying different
I xpmtion was bern highall about the A sh the stri
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i laughter, <*p^l Kenu, who as juu Barbara Cook. No hit oBW-but
She bouncesing o a theatrical career viewers wnt to know what he'llspirited m
with her an liapprnte sittp in with a w refst shihg minimu.. of I nt'ng.
wmnu. nrxcept sale Iinak ,iUt nate, but umavoidu.bie." "
S acabaense a happy show.
S April," she said. So letY her "Plain and Fancy," the season's






S ta d ;Me i currency a, best new Broadway mui ea lookme-
tLps an unruhately poor show It has everything on stage from
r' l l 'i"'I a a br:.nd new automobile to a gang
a ..a heie. it keeps your bra," of farmers building a barn Itnes
tr getung wr Tha's n place all about the Amis the open strict
houyuo, everytangas e andPennsylvania sect, and two vil-
lazy-ano dull. tors from New York.
She was here on a combination No bIg stars -b ut plenty ofl
racauLt-bnsiness trip. ian te potential in a cast beaded bv
ipent a. lot of time with her Richard Derr, 9hirl Cdmway andi
laughter, tapl rKent, who Is just. Barbara Cook. No hit sogrs---butl
istarting oIL a theatrical career plenty of gpod-spirited muige. And
alter an apprentleesnip in the Lao-Ia r reishihg minimum of daneing.
pacabana enortts line. 'It's a happy show.
-Don t let me get started on
April," she said. So I let her get! DICK'S OUICKIE: Fronm Parlkl
atarwed. ,,comes word that fior's new look
--I dda't like the 64at for her,",afr~ttres a daringly low neckline,
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SPRING .IS ON THE'WAY-A window washer on his way to
work in London.. England, stqps to take a look at Gail Norton,
who walks by wearing a tour-piece playsuit made in Budapest,
Hungary. The suit, printed with an ivy leaf design was among
...... the many shown at London fashion show.
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a tank truck. The."tongue" was forqiWd by the liquid tar product
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p the oldest forgot to assign a substie s-
thoft fcea currents ginaer for Howard Kelly, Jr., of
IuatIiO. b HRatbero, who was off that day.


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ed eOl.-bftl W es a aMSth tbis
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about currepts, the drift hot-
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beaue igro nds newly constructed "bo-
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LEAVE YUUK AD) WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFES AT 57 "H" STRIT1
13 CASA ZALDO Agenela lana de al abUe lonesea F
t. Central ve. 140 45 Central Av.
FARMACIA EL BATURBO rARMACIA LUX
No. 3 LotLlery Plaz. Farque L.etevre 7 btreet
FARMACIA LOMBARDO i L Ie. .
Fourth of july Ave. 1A


THE PANAMA AMERICAN
1 Sb epl Nn 57


COMMERCIAL & FOR SALE
I PROFESSIONAL Household
FOR SALE -Kelvinator. moist-
master, 60 cy 8 cu .t, refr,-
SIf YoU Rave a gerator. Excellent condition Call
SSEPTIC TANK Ft. m 4142.
you Need FOR SALE: One washing machine,
Ne 0 25 cy. Very reesonaole. Call
SEPTI-SAN Balboa 2-4327.
INew AmaSing Natafal- FOR'4A1E--S,nger sewing ma-
iWaste Destroyer. Kills chine, slide projector. wicker
1 dors and Reduces Mass chair, table lamp. Coall Panama
t Low Cost. Money Back 3-3271. __
guarantee of Satisfaetion. FOR SALE: Maple settee.
0jEO. F. NOVEV, INC. $75.00. Bassinett and pad,
279 Central Ave. .55.00. Crib and innerspring mol-
Tel. 8-0140 tress,. $27.00. Three 6 ft.. 10
Tel.-0140 inch green porch blinds, $18.00.
W Two 8 ft bar.,boo slot blinds,
57.00. One 6 ft bamboo slat
blinds. 53.00 Call Panama 3-
6iARNETT & DUNN 39?i..___
.LfOCM,DANC" 'TUCIO FCR ,E:- Metnil rbis. din-
I';.-.C EI. PFAiAMA. SUITE 1.1 ir p rebiychars, rockers, cheap.
5 & 9 p.m. Adadt'. Pre-teeas Baboa 3637, 819X B Craton St
& ieagars. By eppoeitment only. - . -
MoWm"a. . . . .ellb 2-4239 FOR SALE: Magac Chef gas
Aftew 4 p.m.... Panemae 3-~6 rahle' 4 burners, oven, broiler,
good condition. Phone Panama
3-6022.
It b not true to qay "we did every- --
thing poewible" aniles chlrapctic
%as lnelude. FOR SALE -Norge refrigerator.
S ROPRA ORS t. 60 ccle excellent con-
Sdticn. Phone Panama 3-6082.
Ono A. ana E. OnILI.AC FOR SALE --Rod.o G E bufft.
Pa er G 1rad"tRe.ive -11111 dresser, refrigerator., beds. chairs.,
I black from a Lu Thealre-. enamel too tab:e. 714-D El Pro-
i ** -*--- do. Balboa, Tel. 2-2658.


DENTIST
TivoLI i4th of Julyi Ave 0o 18
Next to Braniff fLficel
Dr. C. E FABREGA. D.D.B
olmner Fellow Intructor Geore-
Inwn Unliv. Washlbloh. D.C
i r.,ner District Dentis PedRe Miguei
and Gamboa. C Z.
i.,altizd In: P.ROSTiODONTIA
(deinture and BridgewYol.,
AIRBRAl SIV (new technique
S for denial filling)
a ,n erviee in. X-rays SuIgmr
priodontla and Children Dent
SPhone: PanamA (28) 2-2011
fer apetuitenita.
Iuin1: I a.m. to 12 noon 2 p.m. to
Spi.. daly.


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REFLEX see the
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RRAS* Plaza n5 de Mayo


FOR SALE--Double beds with
.oring 26.00, Wardrobes 25.00.
Night tables 4 50. Dining room
table and chairs 49.00. China
closets 18 00. Wicker sofa and
arm choir 29.00 Rockers 6.00.
Kitchen cabinets 18.00. Modern
vanties 29 00 GUARANTEED
GAS STOVES 69.00. Springs,
Marttresses. Pillows. ecr We de-
liver at first small down Povment
Fc..v Tprms!-HOUSEHOLD FX-
CHANGE. 41 National Av. Tel.
3-4911 HX pays CASH tfor
,our old furniture.


FOR SALE
Real Estate.
FOR SAkIE..QR l ENT:-5 hee-
tdres form i+th fruit trees, river.
light nd water. Concrete house
.or redenc at 25 minutes from
the city Apply at Cardoze &E
,._ -M -%! :4fl


4F *6i aWa
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cahocte4 4ftarrtished hIisti rrr UEl
Vqfle. TtlRe freors. bearing fntI
trees, all wea4ter rm lovely
view. will set'wqry ry esoble.
Make offer Phone C- tWobol
2170, Box 465,.Margoritb, C.Z.


Las Cumbres. Thre taet-t1st n
1585 met-waen Via 6 Cilieb
tes hots tlkik f. t- oy. $2
r 'teer. less If you bauy aCash
or time. 3-2564 Ws.Prij.'.


FOR SALEt-Concrete house and
furnishing In Santa Clara. 8000
meters fehced cpd. opposite
/. Williawa O lue Cietage, Inspect
brw. wead. 'Tema l
Hadrslta s 3y295 br ?W
FOR SALE:-Nice property of' 5
hectares. Partly cultivated with
numerous fruit trees bearing,
Running water all the veer.


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NOVIDADES ATI
via X Ispaa No. 34


MISCELLANEOUS


Automobiles Girls! Don't let your husband for-
get your Valentine! Tell him you
FOR SALE: Dodge Coronet, need a fresh permanent. tit'l, be
perfect condition, duty paid. Bar. lovely for Easter tool., If he
goan. Telephone 2-1259. office squirms, "stte for the new spring
hours. hairdo, GZnell's Cocoli Beauty
FOR SALE: 1949 Oldsmobl Shop. Noyy. 3812.
Convertible. Rocket engine, pa"- Why pay more for merchandise
fect condition, excelleAt rubber, than necessary? We import your
$650 00. Clayton 87-7223. goods for you. Only 8o0 for our
service. Get your merchandise
FOR SALE-,"49" Mercury Cony. and be able to compete.-Kurt
Bid. "90.R Apt. "A" 2nd St. Reimer, Post Box 2023, Ancon
Bid. "90," Apt. "A 2nd St. -C.Z
Coco Solito, C.Z. ,.- -
FOR SALE-1-950 Customline Repair oall kinds of bamboo fuMrt .
Ford. Good tires, radio, new seat ture. Work done or your horane
covers, good condition through- Workmanship guaranteed. '.
out. clean. J. T. Chapman, 2-5174, Home Jimmy. Cr
2615A-Sago Ave. Cocolh, Phone Juan B. Soso No. 22.
2-1771. We have just received a new'
and varied shipment of the ,a-
FOR SALE--1952 Pontiac Se. mous Hallicrafter High Fidelity
don. Excellent condition. Call radios and record players Euroa
86-2227 before 3:30., after 3.30 eon Furnture Street Ceras.
86-6120. Ave. and 21st Street East.
FOR SALE:-1949 uick Super PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY OF
FeOrder Sedan Shiy Me k GOD. etc. I Fellowship meetings
pain. esnderd transmission, Saturdays 7.00 p.m., in Library
Clean interior. N4w reduced to USO IJWB) Building, Balboa.
$575.00. Full price. CelpenMo-
tor. Tel.. 2-1033. 2-1035. FOR SALE
2-1036. M scellaneous

FOR SALE--1950 Buick Super FOR SALE: AKC registered bwe-
Sedan. Radio, new seat coers, er pups Light brindle with b
W-W Tires. 5850.00. Alb. 2241. mask p months old. Ideal
FOR SALE 1951 Chevrolet guard dog or with children.
Fordor, perfect condition. Price Champions in pedgree. Tele
$1,000.00 cash C. 0. Mason. S. phone Panama 3-5371.
A .Tel. 2-4944. FOR SALE:-Underwood elect I
FOR SALE: 1949 Pontlac Six typewrier. twin beds, Venetian
Tudor hydromitie. good condi- blinds tables shades. 3r -1956.
tion. Duty pold. For Balbucka 624- Buy your furniture on the club.
47500. C Blbo or long rm payment pians.
1273. __European Fumrlture Store, CentRa.
FOR SALE:-1952 Chevrolet, 2 Ave. and-21st Street East. i,
door Sedan. 2 tone, radio, pow- FOR SAL
er glide teonsmiss r ext., of a' L r oreatasp orat br.'
$1025.00 Kobbe 6216 or 6298. ps Eurof all type Furt be*
cost prices. European Furrint)#4
' FOR SALE: 1947 Plymouth Store, Central Ave. andf2211,.
* Sedan. Good conditloni Telephone Eat .

FOR PM4 +W#.Juid d.i far'
drive, radl, excellent corioitton. recei ni
714-D El Prado, Balboa. Tel. 2. lic, willbe received until 10:30
.2658. b


IR SALE:-I55 PNotloc, pri-
te o*ner can make god dal
sole or. trade. Call.Cu ndu..
4 220.

PERSONALS


GEORGE D. BAR%. JR., H. E.
*European Spinal alustment tech-
Sniques. Coordinated manipulative
.therapies. Release of nervous
stress and strain. Ortho-Kineslol-
ogy. 10 to 1 and 3 to 8. By ap-
pointment. 14-19 Calls Estu-
diante, 2B. Tel. 2-2525.


WANTED
Miscellaneous


WANTED: Bollroom-dancin
instructrems, for elderly perse
Telephone 806 Colon, from 6:0
p.m. on.

WANTED:-25 cycle automati


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-'_ _Fenced-On the Colzada Larga or semi-automatic washing ma-
gI Delivery Road. Tel. 3-2577. chine. Phone Balboa 2444.
Starts 31 Years P a rl
Ar App cor on -Dooley Team Cop.
After Application. a-Lo y earn ps
*i'rSMOUTH. Neb. (-UP1Y- r
Va evto doubles Kegling title;
ia he didn't plan on a 31-yoear

It began in 1923 when Vromafl ie l Tig
wasl by post office officials
that he must lay a sdwalk adja- --- o -
aft t0 his home before mall serv.
nSee emid begin Vroia. lost little Colonel Piea and Major Dooley three- game, which wu foul
*iikn getting the dftwalk in. of the Fort A dr Offfeer'sv pn under his S-game average
Bowling League heltd their breath but Best had opme through with
last night at Diablo when Bud a rocking it udoe, about 43 pDl
Now, 31 years. after, the. post Balcer and Earl Beat took. tothe over hi. 198 avyie,- for a rata
ffe. finally has pbrtaed carrier alleys in the final ilght of the scratch score of 5I, the high
*m; m Ms n.eighboited., doubles bowling ch eat registered in doubles play
Balcer had recent' p and for which-they will receive
_____ _________ a T Jame series tn temo iay trophies.
and? -Best i capable Their nandsap oo SSfpinhow
'V A score, o everyone a e6 the ever, (8 sor Balleer ead tfb
: VI 5 A I Ogadic eaue9 -BM wthtr effort Best) out dwt"thetir total seor
SAUq p2 v to knack off-t. -total of 1,24 w han dar 'a total ofI=
1 UT gy a epred by Peca s mDooley Tuea- just one pin below the Pec
-' -"dge taiamM- day evening. Dooley acre eg 1,34.
When the aok e had cleared Final cores the doubl
Baler had ured a ig 4 eor chamoapi r .Ite .
7561 Balcer had scored a big 614fori chaapio


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eor attachment, balWn,.-cdlamw i
repair machine, cash
wow ri solers, me ~ als Mi"
chine, gasoline rvi ,m, 1-bamne
concrete finisher, diggina ond
loading machine; mattress filling
and cleaning machine-.M sawing
machines, p u'm'p s, e.lctrFic
lighting plants, wire rpel -tia
fountOins and mattress staflttiNW
located at Section "."1,' Boa
Storehouse, telephone. 2-2720.
Invitation No. 148 rmay b ob-
tained from the above source, or
from office ofat Superint of
St~tous3 OWOSy


Venpaueml- Panami, Slate
Postally used stamps. Bou
exchanged. Vivian' Rousse
Rosehill P.O. Port of Spaeli
Aidod 9. W. I.


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Expected To
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LIBRERIA PBECIADO 7 Street No
MOBBISON 4U o JUlly Ave. & J
FOTO DOMY
S Junto Aosemena A.e. arnd 33 SL.
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FOR RENTi-2-bedroom epart- SAIGO 6foSc
meant, vIl-dkining rpren twe -(UP
* bottk rrloE raonrr n j n;
SdryAtlil O.44th q8 OM2A
Apt. 4. MBila Vista. TA.3-0815.


FOR RENT:-Furnished p i t
iment uiAbte. for two ceuple.,.
63 4th July. Ave: Se J anito or
Pharfi Hopkin, Bahbo 299.


FOR R=NT?-reputtr =akened ,
apartment. W. T. Lurn, 4th of
July Aw.. No. S.-. I_ [


,i- -FOR RENtq.-Ap m trni ivtin.- :
room, one bedroom, mode m can-
veniences. Apply:. I T VIt El-p.
If upstairs, TeL 3-0501.
FOR RENT:--In Vista det Mar
two bedroom oportment. Pbreh,
dining room, kitchen. Furnished
1 0000: semi-furnished $90.-
- Tel. 3-0276.
FOR RENT:-Furrimhed a
s ient O tOrle bedibi aW
moon, for bachelor. Very al.;
Tel. 3-1648.

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RESORTS "
Phillile. Oqeanade cott e .e.. Wad to tO- w o w
Sant Clar.. Box 435 TSele- a th lt t = ower b -.
Phone Panama 3. *177 Crlsl re id St 1. i e 11
bal 3.1673. with Rd avotea6i
Gramllch's Santa Clara Beach kay to the drew
CoUaPges. Modern'c6)veniences, no iinedilte ,;
moderate rates. Phone Gamboo
6-441. As foreahsdowqd -
...... rsnation peedl OCT...
FOSTER'S COTTAGES, Ioe mile ntiH o us
past Santa Clara. Low rates,- t.e ,oer ",-..
Phone Balbo 186. &efrom the3t. t-1. te ore
WI.LIAMS' Santo Clara Beach Power Pl Id nie ttrtionYO)i
Cottages..-rockgas, refrigeration, to the fotom Vi.is .the, t
2-bedroom. Phone Balbog 3050. Malenkov W oe O, s 0 (. f. m ae 1) Ma yBe
NIRAPNTL'S furnished houses.. a numberof* off c.ira. In
on beech at Santa Clara. Tele.- th cabinet aim . eputy 'tl_ ei "oi.i ue
phonieTOMPION, Balboa 1772. remniere and was A A ttli
hird uin4L he .mder.o Bln staff tek
Baldwin's apartments for rent at Malenlm s, sat _*at egNtage""
Santa Clara. Phone Balboa 3681 side b A& a white *4t 4 A W A he tou rlot,-
for reservations. ctoheef gea Soal I"We .'e 4a otiste which

FOR RENT ,..a4m;,. s l e 7 ,
quently, and. a*,.;. poA, '
rocg seemed to be jke. a4JtelSu 142b he w4i P Di ft he ipma tte
BuI ~AA was W UM M;-;0. taere -
FOR RENT:-Furnished chalet. 3 ly a:er"T heof he eUnt-
bedrooms., 2 bathroom, hot water said: "The oiht. Unit-
installation, in La Exposician. ed Natona 0 r0ie Is j'Wj.

pth" forcesalongMA .L t
FOR RENT:-Poltly fumished 3 andl C ia ..
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NEW YORK, Feb. 10 -(UP)-First baseman NEW YORK, Feb. 10 (V?) ~.~t-M as 5 toe4i 14
Mickey Vernon, "mighty unhappy" over the "size- B rea cm n d01n o nex ec
Mle cut" offered him, said today that he and the sion talk today by ordSer n teo two'o ot o
Washington Senators are "worlds apart" on salary major eae owners tos
; terms for 1955. action for conduct "detral"1W V Yakees $ to /3 '
Lo baseball." 0.
1 Vernon, in voicing dissatisfac- Lowrey. 36. was released by the .h 0e tmw
on from his Walllgford, Pa., Cardinals last October. In a memo sent to the awn- ffi h iqh rellev,
'fme. joined pitcher Bob Porter- Larry Jansen, eager to "win ers, Frlek ordered them to th svet .and
Ild and Mickey McDermott.' my pitching job back," signed cease sa speculationn. and with the win. itn had b
baseman Eddie Yost and his contract as a coach for the publely expressed opl oa n prded, to h h by Ak
elder Jim Busby as poten- Giants with the provision that the expansion of the ma pee t n TW by
Var Senptor holdouts, he will get an opportunity to leagues "until the time AW' MuiMatuoskC reBd t
"I spoke to Cal Griffith in regain a pitching berth. come when definite and s8le- aostat ter.
Wuahington not so long ago, but Lald low by a lame back, Jan- fic action is to be taken. 1 Aleon th
didn't get anywhere," said sen was taken off the active list lie ley Artmr ,a
brnon, who received an esti- last July 9 after he had compiled Frick emphasized that minor g Tommy Hugh e
mated $29.500 last season after a 2-2 record In relief appear- league cities were being "def.i-f ifth onmmy eH ..
winning the American League ances. nitely harmed" by the current -~ rka i n
bes$is crown with a .337 aver- Outfielder Frank Thomas, the expansion talk of major league wiscoreusnfns a
aps s i big gun of the Pirates' attact,'officials. up two hits and Kff
V n. a g i was scheduled to talk terms thee. d g
Vernon's average tailed off with general manager Branch, The order sent out by Friek nthe top half
to .i- la* t year but he was icey In Pittsburgh today. So comes two weeks after both Tetsurl top alofw e w
well up ameon the leaue lead- far, a total of 32 Pirates players the American and Nationsi Takashrl wamklo wo n
mars in all other departments have okayed pacts for the forth-1 Leagues studied reports from roTuml Nai sinedS
with 38 doubles, 2Z homers, 14 coming campaign, with outftleld-i special committees on the pea~ but asinle w -
piples and 97 runb batted in. ers Jerry Lynch, Lee Walls and sibility of expanding to MI- plate on a fime th '
ftur iu Athe club would Tom Saffell and infielder Dickl team leagues. The two leag.e fielder ._oaren e ss--
"Sure, I figured the clubwould Smithgmending in their signed tabled the idea of expand ing;ence Me .
tz- to,. cut me, but not thtontractsyesterd ay.dfnrthepnedInM bottom hIff
much, pa ,i the 36-year-d first contracts yesterday for the present, however. Precott led offwith
em'an. 1and was f rCed by Joe tT nf
Vernon did not reveal the sum A IM L_ T_ I L who went to -ecWl wha.4,
s ington is offering but it Is DrOOK IKobbe TI riUm ph ond bemazi Naito thhrai l
She Is beg asked to to first In an attempt of a 8l
take a $4,50 slice. | bleplay. Elias Osorio got on wi
Yost also has sent back two l alsgle; and with runner
W l a ton contracts already rst and third. Balmata n
iewrfIeld, McDermott In Armed Forces League yanked for bo w
izdLusby lilewlae have put in out Pablo Bernard and .nm
r t for more money. o Marcos Cobs fly to. right to
other player who fired PANAMA AREA baseman Bill Wood belted a A
ao 5.first e f contract, mall Fcthree-run homer in the 10th for th....E.s. "
one callin Armed Forces Leaaue the deciding counters. &W t t
I leved to be in STANDINGS I The Troops-F o r t Clayt.a titb
eeighbtrbood of a816,000 Te s W L Pet. GB3 match atch was postponed
ed the iles t bat ecial Troops 15 3 .833 until Friday night.
The Philadelphia Phillies sign- Lort Kobbe 10 S .556 5 In the Albrook win. Bob John- lef f. an ------- B.
t Harry (Peanuts- ,l oFort Clayton 9 9 .500 6 son pounded out four. hits to wath' =.1*010 let.
&V asaf e..ent nCamoveCoco Solo 5 14 .263 10!V drive In three runs. 'stcbero, a n
gned to bulwark their bench. Army Atlantic 4 15 .211 11% Dick Swearingen and outlet:
S Warren Woera had three i hit
*RESULTS WEDNESDAY each. Swearingen bad four RB "
Fort Kobbe 6, Coco Solo 3 and Woers a pair. '
Albrook AFB 4. A. Atlantic 4
S. Special Troops-Clayton, ppd., Other long hits weri clouted at
(wet grounds). by Oy Pate, who had a triple
G GAME TODAY and Nick Mehollo, who drove out
Fort Kobbe at Albrook AFB a 340-foot homermn. ft
(2 RM.) Larry Seymour, Army Atlantic
S: ._ GAME FRIDAY left fielder hit a double and a
S Special T vs. Fort Clayto single and sarlo Martpe. had .
1i GATUN POOL NOTES (7:30 Fiel"m. brace of one-baserp to th
SG SATURDAY 4's attack. Tom Mn
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j aa .AB[d Cooe ook'AFB In ther- 101 P,'. Plwag-N gln
.memo. (A :301 .)1 walked and Err Leaorin-
S ntB, above day_ ort- Kebe vs. irt Clayton gled. With two ot Wood
e.jt4d. p.p_ Any e-. (7:30.at Clayton Field) his four-baser oter t-1 right-
eIhe out of ton but GAMES SUNDAY fielder's head.
enter the swimming Open Date. Jay Gerhart bested workhorse
here, will meet the above Jim King of the Braves. Lach
oned days from 4 p.m. to Heavy hitting kept the second, had 10 strikeouts but Gerhart
and third standing teams in the walked one while King allowed
sases for those in the ad- Panama Area Armed Forces nine -bases on balls.
groups will meet every Baseball Lague in sight of lead-
Jday from 3 p.m. untia lSpec Troopa Wednesday. Guldo was the big stickmas
S, : 1 e Albrook Flyers racked up with the triple and two single,
women's .swimm i. g mand 19 hits in clobbering Army At- making up half of the Navymens
leas es cwieotis .lueontlet M. 4 Btr PaaD rtigton total. King gave up- only fve
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Yacht 'Fairweather' On Trial Cruise

for Next Summer's Trans-Pacific Race

As a warmer-up for their next were presented with the Presl-
Trans Pacific Yacht Race, Fred dent of Mexico's trophy, the Sec-
(Pappy) Allen and his wife retary of the U.8. Navy trophy
(Mainmy) are visiting the Canal and the San Diego to Acapulco
Zone for the fifth time. Their trophy.
yacht, Falrweather, a 63' yawl When not actually competing
th a 70' mainmast, la anchor- in a race the Allens are the only
ed at Balboa Yacht Club and two crew members who sau lthe
their many friends keep the pairweather. The taik of hand-
club's motor launch busy rtun- It such a large vessel is made
sing across to renew old ties. easier by asuh innotions as.:
.Wift n the Aliens return to all-dracq wil aut V matic plotI
- ir home in California early in radio *wit a. ten band
arch, they will start fitting spread, fathometer, baragraph
Squt tneir boat and training a (weather forecaster), an electri-
prew for the big race, which wi:l cally operated anchor windless,
cover 2025 miles from 8an Pedro, refrigeration plant, an Osel-Icer
California, to Honolulu. and security in the form of a
This will be their fifth entry 115 horsepower Chrysler Crown
Wtto this race since purchasing auxiliary engine, .
the Fairweather in 1941. Their When competing; In a race
firat entry was in 1947 then a- they usually carry eight to ten
sain In '49, '51 and '53. In the crew members. There is only une
classesoe their .eek craft other boat of this type in the
LasecdldSnd of all bIats in the world today and she is owned by
l4eet of tentestants. In '51 they ex-senator 8altonstll ofa Maine.
took first place in the class "A" The Allens have sailed over 100,-
copnelWtMbn. In. the remaining- 000 miles in their craft since
tworta lePapy saye, "Wesow- they have. Oiied t, anti ha e
ell. but you can't win them all." traveled 1 'as1tt 11% knotsI
They have have also raced In per hour which is considered
the Miami to Nassau, BW.I. very fast for a sailboat of this
classic, the Newport, R.L. to Ber- class. :
iuda race and then the St., Pet- The Allens expect to be joined
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Troops Arriving From TaChens;




Operation Ahead Of Schedule


TAIPEI, Formosa, Feb. 10 (UP)
-The first regular troops to be
evacuated from the Tacheps db-
der protection of the U.S. Tth
Fleet arrived here today and A-
mericans said the whole operation'
was miles ahead of schedule. I
Original Navy estimates -sid
the evacuation would take -1 to
14 days, but It appeared likely
the mass movement would be
completed by this weekend. The
removal of the Natio alirst gn*
son was the final most em-
cial phase of the pullback.
Vice Adm. Alfred M. Pride, 7th
Fleet commander, denied rumors
$1,000,000 worth of artillery aiatu.
nitlon would be left on Tachen and
said his ships would stand by us.
til everything of value was remov-
ed.
The reports originated over a
garbled message saying "cears
operations" Instead of the Intmen'
ed "complete operations."
Generalissimo Chiang Kai-siek,
in a statement released today, di-
nounced United Nations efforts far
a cessefire in the For.mosa:tratt
and again-called for sanctions aI
against Soviet and Red Chinese ag-
gression.
His statement, denounced the I
idea of "two Chinas" and Russia a
had urged Peiping to attack For-
mosa as part of Moscow's scheme
to conquer the world.
Chiang said Moscow and Pei-
ping want to take Formosa and If
eliminate it as a key position 1*
the world's anti-communist defense
line running from the Aleutiank -
to Australia.
He said the United Nations was w
"wasting Its time" bn ceaselfre
proposals" and that aggression of
the international communist
blooek will never stWp.
He protested a ceasefire b use h
it would impose equal rel
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sate whiemIs iu .linT '
to condemn Commealit ,


EVACUATION OF TACHI
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in Cna adm et a a xi the Tachenb tloirtlii
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laitch te Xorean rvo"' he aid.. ..The U.S it
Meanwhlle lh Washington, the ev4eltl oa f
Senate's overwhelming approval' ad it* flortmin a W 9
of a defense treaty between the 36*bur a
United States and the donal peaution
1st Chinese gave Red re dnts.
need warning tody ta te U. The evau was
united States will lght to defend top
Forimosa. load of e'viMe d ftw
The treaty with Chiang's govern reached Formoss
ment cleared the Senate last night, The latest sub
by a whopping 64 to 6 blpartislan was reported by Pr de;
vote far mare th&l the required a U.S. ship saw "winfh
two-thirds majority and was sat to' be a periscope" Ted
to President Eisenhower for his 100 miles from the Tae
signature. The Chi"e"e
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dt P sth
than the sopecal author for For. "ra a siR
moha's defense vo te by both bous- Y satd Pl
ef f Congre to rNft 501- Tall*"
shower earlier. evs
That action authorized the PM. Ia
dent to defend net only Forimsat
and the Pescadores islands, both qu
.of which are covered ia the tsa alist r
ty, but also any otmer Nationalit- in
held islands of the coast of Red sout&, .....
,eO!a he deems vital to orosa's En.
crise. TiMh.r K= r i i
But the treaty is permanent silver ,
while the earlier resohmion is a c
temporary measure to speciflcal- t h
ly meet" p Fo e rmosabi
crisis. Tli 0ol0ut exp res 'Two'.S
when the PsMiento feels th Flet 1e Formosa stiltion Ras stabilized C- i e dM5a
Sshfiilently. e d
the six senators voft agalns y b
th eaty were DenmsCRaveY B ruuac
B.), Albert Gore (D-Tenn.).
. 'WrKefauver (D-Ten..), Herbert
. lehman (I-N.Y.), Will ni a
Laker (RA.D. and Wayne Morsg '
(IM-Ore.).
v MlaBwhile China's Pravda to.
tay called U.S. Congressman J~s
seph Martin Jr., a "stupid Amei. ishet
can warmonger" for saying atom- *tf a m u
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