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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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 rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00967
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for I see. rd atill leadsa in sles f new cars. of bread. Fially, ex-GI Bill WBl- ces/ rt Iseadu 1b1t
hie i going to rwunand he t the Independent vote th at morals and vte besmirched ,e e s
elects nor will rTexas again, sati s the foulest, -mSotS h rw iantable lan- -t*
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TiA artw hp Faihfui l 0a Eve
LNDON, ec. 30 (UP -- he OW Y
ship caD Brt& Un D&rW I
,xp olo' to the South .Pole.Is
p in ack- Ice ear. w w" VATICAN CITY. Dee. 30 (UP)-
anotr pollaa bip wssemihed to Pope Pius. XI is n heduled -to
de ruction in 1914, it wa learned make a rare night-time appear-
todT. anee to bless the faithful in St.
Peter's Square on New Y e a r's
teh" ages reaching, ,Lndon ftm Eve, Vatican soaregs said today.
th- polar mai-ul ud,-asid ab had Th Vatican press ce an-
oie rped by hea ing. packounced yesterday afternoon that
ice In te wte eddellU Sea a delegation of Rome streetear
i .. ....h .fw. ". i 'orkeys and others woa1d ,con-
Sir Ernest Shacklefo's ship the ergein; the square at 8 p.m
Endurance went down in the Wed- Deb to Veek the papal bleasing
dell sea in 1914 after pack '|lind wishes for the new year.
caught itinavseliSe ri.,And Z. ...
slowly erushdd it. The crw es ca Vatican sources added that the
ed over .the ice to the mfnila ope was expected, to appear to
and were rescued lIter, em from the liUgh s itadio win.
S .w oW.f hls apartileot overlooking
Aboard the Therna&e DOt the square.
Vivian Puchs., leader of the The 79 year old pe hasl made
dbion -and S Edmau.d H a fs, wm apperane at i k me, and
firatnan to Simb 1codU JIver p one on a winter e v ng, dMe t
who 'is going along -asA a o eer esses the past thr)e years.


Co.mi ibPama wuctyi nthe
preim arE,a ane i r up of
aideMa at Idas. ho itneaama.
baa also. has a ltette r.nm mWl-
onel 11 W. Doan, Superintendent
o0 t THolttality, i.anung nor
for er "egotribution Z the con-
tort and well-being of t relan pa-
tients admitted to, the ,Ialptal wag
speak .4y 3la A aulNdMvlon lan-
guage.
"*idaB)ote," Colonel Doa6 wrote.
'"ipefwly in attempt. to express
to Yuu:'ui a y msy gratiLeduon
otar -6 en to these people."
Alter ,her retrembnat, 'ars. ,u-
|gan:-plam to viit her three nep-
newa w4o live in Kansas: It Y,
Miuousi; Albpquerque, New Mexi.-
co; and hprm: ld, So She also
has-a aumer o tro d in Texas
on her Wavel itierary and a son-
in-law aAd daghterA', i and Mrs.
L. V. I'jming, ald a grandson in
Aubura,'Alabama ,. r oth er
daughter, Mrs. Lueille Wilson, and
two. grandchliften and another
nephew, F. R. Jobhpou, Supply Di-
reetor 6 the. Panama Canal Com-
piny, live in Balboa.

SEvangelical
Methodist Church
To Hold Service
The* Evangelical M methodist
Church fopoirly.-It'e Crathl
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a n d a d u lt s C lo s ingfo rh a a n d d
I .w`y6irhfr *11Atbhas tco. suffer ,who -wiedeligbte*,Wtfo 49^ t corg
a iS h eIni t d e tot he p re solution ndh ILorbette
aomM.ne o'ei on l h Cristion living in the new.,year.
Iwdemm 3'^ ar1O 'teen" i ~ j s it
Sthe b dIn dsxD.C._.men qam-thir---n
g]aua om f.is6ot uiar ibb uige ' 4be-4ehurch a (lngu L tnga
rAfute*d- lss isiedwn an '.yo ur amlyandp It ., n ig se .'u. h er: spareland Spanish). ltz pastorsLoi
ed h Washington Rober Weise Jr. It. 1.s mh Unt goodtfat r morale.y time Witetters, solvtin'prob- Fisk, and Humberto Pam apak
Pullman, Wash- Jhn F. Meehan, ]C f you re on a strai cal' r la n tig[ j' t h 6 and jUSt in both laufgstges..
r, B -- t-- eflCr-'- HP t'hi ,i110-. H y'lr oB a =trj ifl eidori e i T l.uI% mwtla Hi end I ',- .. .
year."a t- ]"=3 it , -t "HAZARD OUSWRK
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lie- p ^.s uf. abs"y Siv s Day e Bau- ue, weir ieemen they met at the USO.
I CMt.. c a i a "h ow b is you r d wot
Ro e oheh d t J r L. rse eo e r-(ly: o e y Ma es"
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tomrrdw night to enjoy the continuous
rnisid of two orcheetraa ... the fun...
thewfavor... the special dinner
for '6* (if you want it) ... and the
wonderful, unequalled atmosphere-mof
*the aie ;in the moonlight! ..
Be .with us&' ring in the New Year right! ,

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City 3..u Pstmi
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Drinks On
(Codlused ftrom Page 1)
to ask me about this."
mjurkaeakng xfor a few n
4W al loleumler amg nod-
dWEiwym *to each reply he
.i. a' 'y they o
if theru down -Cent*al Avense,
Taylor stopped In at Angelini's
ptipake similar Inquiries.
r# er re ftpo sides to this
"hewastol14 by ox
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we have that you are a U.S.
S e, and entitled to
s tands now Is we
the government
o a erson who's
get* ,_-" or we,


? *id'e thought that one
t htwas evenn more _r-
bWy Tato firms

ae d tot puroh
tDerh&Df Panama
MR f as Y get a puretMW
YIwbdoo% r ttf't ithw'eoM
fo l)i is-p I.$o.4lk-4
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was even more per-
-Taylor want thel1-
take t of the country?
T taM buy it faew "
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LIElRIA PRECIADO
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FOR SALE
Hja *rd*i
FOR t ..-. ii vii
wtn lilqf. Ilin Iced
CM1 stl-. PrH $5. all 13-

nFO SALH. Malgwony ward.
*, wight eb, vapy", Mase
lMI. $1. Pa"ama 3-5024.
FOR SALE: neutral Eleetri
mimatole ti s d ryw. band
new. Cos ben m "Al AMii
Farnnmtica," Cetre M1icl,
Paw is jl420.

WOnted to Buy


WANTr -. W..MIl mLkhe,
25Sdal. Rtesnable. Cal Navy
PSlfte 3291.


FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RINT: Campe Atr:,
Nlislp missed een with l.
elUcMp asi. PriI e bhr e N.M
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FARMAGIA
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Position Offered




FOR SALE
IAl glsate
pM RiT OR ALI:-
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Nrt INT:- Med-er two-bed-
rma partuent, pcnIh, lMvi
dinllOg maid's end laundry
moe, Iscm ned, bet water. For
details pleah cal 3-
FMR RINT-- Fmuelsed apart-
aim beside Resse It Theater.
SM Framl-ei, $5. PhMes --

Fi RINT: La twe-bed-
rmig apartment, TIO wal.
mald's rre. in thm bet eW.-
deAntI distri. Call 1-8421.
FOR RENT:-' Fuished lpet-
mee, seal, clan, ee sewve, rem
frigrawer, are. NM. 182 Vii
3, Perr, Sn Frnolee. Phone
3-5512.
FOR RINT!-. Furisied apart-
meet, $45. Nook Am.i4.t


Old Year's Pang

ShBe Obsened


The passing of the dd yea wilt
ts observed with the traditional
watchnight serviee at St. Peter's
ehurh, La BDoe, tomnormw night
commencinl 14:80.;
Usually there is a crowd at this
service, seeking to end the old
year in church.
Holy. communion will follow In
connection with the Feast of the
Circumcision, for which tire will
be a second celebration 7 a.m.
New Year's .Day ante 4venla
prayer 7 p.m.


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FARMACIA LOMBARDO


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Auto,--MIm

go. 8 fo w-d f. .
FOR SALI- 19rMm.
eler, dulVy IPA"
Cill 35293 COmid'.i
FOR SALI:-hfad 'N* Y ,M,'
DOMte! 1944 Chevrlet 4.-de
kelAir I atlp ledlm with Il
deluxe Lfe y tlebmlen.
Trade-in. Balboa 2-1515.
FOR SALE-1955.l1lAir Chev-
rlest, radM, w/e/w tirM. ow
mile. Weo it. Mary's Raffid.
$2000. Pho. lalBm 2370 *f-
lies hours; obm e 720.


FOR SALE:-1951 Hileman 4-.
dor. duty paid. Houe 0922.-
Amader Re odlbi"t. $145.


FOR SALEI-1951 Fird Doelm,
ota cenditlen. M450. Ph"me
1-0999. 1-."35 offls; S-2101


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FOR SALI:-1949 Nash. excel-
lot tires. Od ttampcRtttlsl,
$225. Cal Crleri I 1-2426.
FOR SALE: 1950 Chlvilet,.
perfect condition, new seat coy-
er, tires, adle. aied apW-
ance. Call Albeek 7161. 8:30
a.m. to 3:30 p.m. or Panoma 1-
4i14. 6:30 to 10 p.m. Rease-
able pise.


PANAMANIAN MDS W MAN-Pa f 'Durn, th first Pan-
amanian to appoint!U! tohe7. _Naval "cdae, at A-
a=t Cf tte mNaval Dusinlct Duranthe son of Mr. and Mrs.
Pable it D.fl of Pasnamm City, here on vacation, received
hi apontat to Annapolia on th bal of aa agreement
to atlow a Run numbewe ofa tircan canlatee to at-
tend tb0 Val .Aewamy.


Can gve?"' .
Ye.," '-alor reph
r to, If I iWt it,'
Well in tast ae 1 a
mn't sell wIl .

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mineral Service
morrow At 4 4
r Jr
unemi -iUria wtlP ie
ctlfled Church of

t six wek. 'Re was 0 S a
urial 4l1 ta4e place
the AiB r Cmetery. ,
Dr. Irown survlved.,by. -
e, M'lss and his m aat
mdaughWter Hugh and
lober. -


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SHAVEN, -(U)i)-
a. Hl ls Plovak adl
ie ionrs j ed in a ekk
apartment
more apparently was taken than
he -lad bargained for. The truck
later blazed up, apparently from
a park from the original fire.


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Via Arpafm aiNes 7. 0 l-,- '

FOA RINT:-a.- wm pt, -
me* wlkthww Milat- in ldi
ViAi. TheR "RiMe" Auiut .
on 44th Street. Call Paama 2-
10111.


PMI UNT,-CmferthMsagIet-
mHMpS,@no bedem gumislhd,
i*t Wt, r.F PeeMl, s lea t
N*. 11. Phont -.2004.
FOR RANT:-l-bedsrm .apart-
ai n i Bella VitS. The* "Ilvh-
rs"'Apartmentsn 4tlStreet.
Caml Prame 2.1941.


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Rev. and Mrs. Joebn Spear-have
Invited, the pariahioner te an o-
pen house w h ey ate ldiln
Sthe parish hall at the cle of
the midnXih commlmion.
A procession with lighted can-
dles will climax eveneng 7:30
next Friday evening In honor of
the Feast oa thd Epiphaay.
Annul Memberd Meeltg
Paochlal organizations h a v
been requested to prepare rep*ta
for- the annual members meet-
lug, which will be held saer the
choral Euchdrist on Sunday morn-
lag Jan. 1. A new vestry ad Ae
gates to the annual da; 3 t.
vocation will be elected at
meeting.


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Cincinnati 3. Virginia
.Wim Nary p;u, d adl
ORANGE BOWL
Weat Virginia 71, Florida State
Columbia 76, Santa ClaM 73.
BIG SEVEN
(First Rouead)
Kansas 75. Core llS.
Misourl 71, Nebraks. IL
GATOIBNOWL
(First RAmd
Clemson 100 Loualsh, at 9S.
South Carolina 85, Georgia U. '
ALLAMERICAN. Cff
(Finr RheuM) "
ld Pitt 7.
vnailMe 7fi, ftrdin-Simmoa
(Semilual),
Oklahoma City OMlahoms
A&M 47.
Tulsa, Seattle 4.


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Southern Califormia 72, Baylor
tdaSt .6, TeNa Christia T he
swetin_ Metodist 67. ArM l
SEBNTiCKY IWVATIM(ONAL
(Senudials)
Western Kentucky 1, Lolarfl
Marray (Ky) I, Eastern Ien.
tucky 87.
Mrhead (Ky) 111, Lowliag
Green I3.
Ohio Univ. 91 Arizona 7.
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Wet Teixa 3, Arkan Mte
TchM 0.
Etern ONew Mexico
HayZ 3*. go.
sathehte rn Okla 69. Ag
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Kobbe Lifeiners'
Pre-New Yewr's
Dance Is Tonight
04 acquaintances will not be
irgtte& as ffar as 'ort Kobbe's
LiU s ar conearmed.
The po'sa enlWted personnel
wll have the opportunity to "ring"
In the new, r out the old" to
t playing f Ald Laig Syne,
,n1ht, when a a ecwail arrange
"Pre-New Year's Eve' dance 1S
aceduled for the Kobbe Servie*
Buily preparing deeragon
and lining up spealty act* fi
the gala event in Mrs. Porris B..
Cadwell, dub director and her
vies" et.1 committee.
Noisemakers, whistles, paper
hats a li traditional mlrth.
maktis"W ati will be T oI
der for th infantry-arllerymu
and the eub'- t-, ..-T m -
Prue$ 4Ali. u Ivd e W
best mambo and jitterbug cote t
ante and m "New Yer'i EvOZ
punch will be served aloag wt
other refrebmenta. .
.Holding sway at the club's
stand will be the trd Division iix
piece combo.
INCLUDING PRESCRIPTIONS
PROVIDENCE, R. I. -(UP)4-
Judge Eugene L. Jalbert has a aug.
gestnon for doctors. After tryin
unsuccessfully to decipher a ated
ical excuse written by a doctor for
a potential witness, he comment-
ad: "I think doctors ought to be
compelled to use a typwriting
machine for everything."


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, for starting gun In the annual Christmas tree-.trimizng dgsro.they xpdq out- to
their favorite saguaro cactus, along with 'a cowboy Santa, Io 1 V lfts on desert tree.


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Buany Price don't worry when they,see pictures of snow--
bound cities further north, but just don swimming suits
aind plunge into a heated pool at Arizona's Valley of -the
Sun winter resort area. Water registers a balmy 80 degrees.'


PoTTIll-Alh l W Orst piece-ofX s tptrcairal s alenge :lo '-.
fourth floor o.1__ r -"h-apeake an '.lway in Clevelan' '-ni ;
tdwer agited Md reor thewroh 1 id- wneda
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A ER TENm YEAS oame of world's most famous paintings have been "returand"
by Russia, butoblyt r own zone in East Berlin, Geinany. In 1945, 720 paintIfgs
were transported to th t let Unibt. Just recently, 520'of these were'sent to East
Berlin to be placed on exhibit at the. Pergamon museum (left), Most famous of the
returned paintings WRapasel "Sisti Madonna" (right). Also in the group of return-
ees is Piero DI Costmo's .."Holy Famntl and St. John" (ctiter>, These paintings will be
seen on display for the next five months, then thefll presumably go back to. Ruslsa.


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as'a t $be hita40, a- 40 Silo
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increasing age, so depresuigf ti a
woman. There wouldn't be the
yearly consetouBeMs wn
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reck6nJag only once evety 10 y e s.
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FWomen who turn 25 often tfl
thinking of themselves as "NetA
close to 30." 8g thev "feel 3"
rls several years before they actual
r 1 hit that milestone.
ie The birthday every 10
ta Art, a r ought to help a woman avoidfe
e e C. NA certain age before she leti
TheIn". c oo eto''it.
VAl/b0" .th theei eCut p i*.meno'. ,I Want to try it, girls? A yo
O'scalbe anadh? to r*e e g w- Cudt pimento have to o is announce to yam
S b -liM WI future Thi h chike an turhe. a' .iY T for cp f sse family and friends that from no
u l k S a r t r s c T o F a s y7 CWr it. l k Hr I
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S .tLr. *-b v6 Arei raos MO For the New Year's. Ze .t, *"
M y t-t pr a- t ae individual chicken or t e .
an o b.given, nwmea d dds a. Orlm- .Meber ri 2d-freMnda whU pla nsradwlthes baked t t mrr e -
d. Adre n.e to alteod pred he cheese over them be very~ w
nnr..s 4tAll d v isitien 'se tar: me:lcesci
e Itry MWire. tbeeb miers~r Znrtioad r tPwelcome.
04th Field A e ttalion,Ft. Thateh .eome. .I .
IZonte. ,i d(US A rmy p hoto 'JuCtioaa i p ne coata t Bt aut Cate .e.... i r
a --r- ".ousegut ]r.t. M rspde t with ow e member at -p Saucy Cat r L
'8-' a" d " 1 i^.My.10m," 5that day. Tlhksy $andwrvi ..
i !bteVsa and his. tout of duty i Panaa.N AsoialTr. L b H Str o at Dal. c o \ m
Aean ent wertaid w at umbr of par- boaT Mr. Burt D) aisat Oa-quartr cup tte or Iar
wi a dinner r-. ties reou'. t AWa dor DanU H.ludge gma Ue, Va CU enri d o-1
tary -f the Mr. will be stationed In -*rmt am lk, g. a cpgte .
SI. Meo, Mr. Jo- aMft I sand a=avisau coun- a u li / / A
Mem A r =ftaqt mW whole araub m

udee at the Leo ish lb hellf.'oL' -. AM9. ema sea coo kq. -rBt I f y
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onaartl J i are a. ,la ml SS9c

l U GuardiaAh cover di lunchon t will be of toast in ech of B indivdual flat
the o. atcl lhh Sy pI Rio dob Ie o54ic erfoeery
b atse t, l h ...ea Kr Btar-ed. Terviag d, s iand covers. . i
w. Palo rt th oi, r ir I a tablespoons cranberry sauce, / / d
t a-ti!eL a ,,St, An v*W .ling aste n. Star mem slices chicken or trk ey and /n-
We 99- inwA as"o Pour 1-3 c up
S' Mdo de Ab Hers. are vite er toast slice. Pour 1 up/
a . h ta M, cheese sauce over ekeesandwich.
tin Pbl dt- and Mra. be rt ay wh !Wila M ie i Y Bake in a moderate ovn (35 de-
wt le votod at are house guest.so r.. snC rea1Wins'Club eMeets101117 greens F.) for.1 atdeBso.
.e.o t Robt 7ievi. i A ocial willbe Moday... ,. I
_r.f ,ryr-Fr. a, ^' .at 7:.%0 p.m. at the Community Feor ri, ga s a t o/ 7r' \
r a House. t. Amador by the Wilma Eve ga g .
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spired "GENTLEM3N MAUMuvRrnu the Sn
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Alormina Rules Favorite

To Beat Persian Countess,


Bkmte Royal, uematodos


A well matched five-horse field of CIas B im-
ported thoroughbreds will match strides tomorrow
afternoon in the featured $750 six and ode-half fur-
long asrint at the Juan Francd race track.
Probable mutuels choice is former sprint cham-
pion Alormina.
L g tweighted Quematodos oval, Is not as conauttent or as
looms s the most dangerous con- formidable a racer as she once us-
tender with speedy Barge Royal ed to be but she is still dangerous
another tough opponent. Persian every time she steps on the track.
Countess should be close up while The Countess will be under the
Bradomin will be going in the role guidance of capable Manuel Yeca-
of outsider but rates a good chance za.
to pull a juicy upt.
In his last outing, Asrmilna ran Ten other taces lre included on
away "and hid" from a bunch of the program. It appears that des-
Class C Nurses that included Eric, pite repeated fiascos, track offi-
Polemon, C a's and Begonia. cials are still willing to risk hav-
A repeat wnormance should 'be ing the nightcap run in darkness.
enough to him throughL to -
victory a though he will be
going better field. E
keEnAlormi a rique Martin
track's thorsesad could
SDouglas' To Resume Boxing
i the hal of the race. How- v
ever, if 2tge Royal is not up t oi
pa the question mark will be A- es In
lormina'aever troublesome weak r lil.."d
S Qu'matods was ode of the lOn boxing promoter. frique
track's mesa.consistent horses un- Martin to resume activities next
til recent week when he started lear with a series of boxing pro-
to lump, H. ap ars to have tail- grams, it was announced today.
ei o t somewhat sad could be on
the way, back down to lower clas.,- martin has brought outataad.
gas. ing fdtetgn fighters in the pas.
Bradomin Is a longshot special- Among thsbn ae New Orleans
S st and shoutI never be ovellook- lightweight Joltin' Joe Brown.
ed, especially i a situation like who is unbeaten locally in six
ths where he will pay off. If he appearances; ran k ing U.S.
smnages to regioer. Apprentice featherwelghts Percy Bassett
Segundo Carvajal also knows how and Corky Oonzales; Cuban
to ride the son of Phidias .. Bel- welterweight Chocolatico Villa-
l atrix. reflo and others.
Peia s n Countess, undoubted ly The promoter Is celebrating
a e of the bseet mares at the local his birthday today.
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For Atlantic Le.,ague


Six teams have been undergoing
frequent work-outs (whenever the
rain permitted) on the Atlantic
Side in preparation for the opening
of the Atlantic Softball League a
Cristobal on Jan. 9.
The Gibraltar Life Iasurance
nine, comprised mostly of appren-
tices and fijst year journey-men,
drew the opening day assignment
against The Gatun team that will
carry the banner of Green River
bourbon.
The second day, Jan. 10, the Ti-
gers Club play Paul Moser's Uni.
ver9pl Sports softballers and the
Gashouse gang, veterans of many'
years of Gold Coast softball, tac-
kle the Arn.) boys from Ft. Gu-
lick to rounc7 gut the first three
days ol play. The League will run
through March 21st when three
comuhte rounds will have been
played.
Managers of all teams are ask-
ed in call on Trevor Simon, or
phone 3-2530 or 3-1833 in o r d er
that they may be provided with
schedules for the season.
Below i" a complete schedule for
the 1956 Atlantic Softball League.
Atlantic Softball League
(Latt mentioned team will be
"home" team)
Jkn. 9-Gibraltar vs. Green Riv-
er.
Jan. 10-Tigers vs. Unlsports
Jan. 11-Gashouse vs. Ft. Gu-
lick
Jan. 12-Unisports vs. Gibraltar
Jan 16--Ft. Gulick vs. Green
RivA
Jan 17-Gashouse vs. Tigers
SJt 18--Gibraltar vs. Ft. Gu-
lick
Jan 19-Unisports vs. Gashouse
Jan. 23-Green River vs. Tigers
Jan. 25-Ft. Gulick vs. U n i-
sports
Jan. 26--Green River vs. Gas-
house
Jan. 27-Tigers vs. Gibraltar
J.n 30-Unisports vs. Green
River
Feb. I-Gibraltar vs. Gashouse
Feb 2-Ft. Gulick vs. Tigers
Feb. 6-Green River vs. Gi-
braltar
Feb 7-Unisports vs. Tigers
Feb 8-Ft. Gulick vs. Gashouse
Feb 9-Gibraltar vs. Unia'orta
Feb. 13-Green River vs. Fti. Gu-
lick
Feb. 14-Tigers vs. Gashouse
I Feb. IN-Ft. GuIck vs. Gibral-
Fbb 1-Gashouse vs. Uhisports
Feb. 17-Tigers vs. Green Riv-
Feb. 21-Unisports vs. v t. Gu-
lick
Feb. I2-Gashouse vs. Green
River
Feb. 28-Gibraltar vs. Tigers
Feb 24-Green River vs. Unl-
sports
Fe'i 25-Tigers vs. Ft. Gulick
Feb 2S-Gashouse vs. Gibraltar


PalomasToHold

Workout Session

Tomorrow Morning
Manager olses'de la Pensl hu
asked all players of te Paliema
team of the Frtlich Teenage
League to report Saturday moe-
ing at nine o'clock at the Gaillart
Hihway field for a practice seas
sion. -
The roster of the Palomas team
is as follows: Q. B.a r be r, B.
rnes, H. Feeney, J. Snodgrapu,
NI Pedersen, J. Kline, B. Sander,
i. Dolan, J. Chalmers. S. Allen,
. GarcIa, R. Jathgeber, D. Pq-
k, L. Eastap, A. Ruz, R. Cald.
well, B. Adanis, J. Barnes, G.
Parman, J. Peara, W. Miller, C,
Dutm, Z. Grilley. W. Krisco K.
Sherdan. A. D rAdrea, J. Ry.
moad, J. Bellamy, F. Smith, V.
Putature, and L. Corrigan.


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Wonder .. centerfemnd Phcps y wa.us
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3rd Race "H" Natives 6% Fg. P.rse $275 Pool Closea 1:4 took in hr urst pro league r. gmes.-b.ut
ON TWO of the ason last Bight. r Brooln,
-uvn 3 en t Arias, accompanied by the freal tbh. best ad
1-nSouqner B. BPest a0-Must pov e 3 dt. Rot to ti. Bark In the first atson At
8-ELraquetr G. Prescott 120 fllish 1 innfag and esat through the en- ann on
4-Lady R ancer R. Plorea 120 -ai taes .; 3-2 tire game. utp nafl st
4-Rioma Q. Iets; 110 U eP 1-1 b Minister of Pubside Wraa t na
S-Miss Marts A. YCas 14 -t2 e -1 W. Eric DeHalle were ao on tey should
6-)Malaya uaa, 19a ho n0-1 d. r
7-C. de Sapo B. Auirre 10kP(u 3-e 1 -.. _p. u
S-airens A. GonAcl.e 4.1 TH1 GEAf has .It tt
10- Plr~o, K CaopbeU 1 hf des4U 1 T"-i vir have tai ve hiflgthus : ",
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4th RaderU Natives 62- 1 9

1-Pregonere 1. aen I WI farea I4 Wettlhg bhis rttne thar
3-Silzacla J. Jimenes 1 Dlstane5ha blows. : i
3-0. Fan A .CrqdldioU -0-Could be. ups-tt 521 Schell bas been Bsiaig the uon P
4-Volador & Catvlae OS.-Trailer in.last 154 bai well but has been rbbd ofy
5Que Lindo 0. Monter lt-Should eloe up i hits by artmular te
6-Arranquin A. Yeima 112-Wall fit ltobt 2-2 of opp infieldeas .
7-Conquistador J. Can. 115I-Could Improve n last *--1 baers. '
-Tln Tlin A. Go t-Up the track recently 1-1 The column thinks ahe abd
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r. oot C. IgU 118 -HIs last ree .
.4atustra -A, Y~a 108 -Could make It here -
$ _atnagdn H.- IS '105 -Distance tot a --
4.Atsndato a. Carv! 103.44Ran weln In last
S 9 V.adiS B. Ag 112 -Despite dstanee
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.-FQr ,106 -1ftent poor ees'
S.-Mth H l 110 -,lWd be contender
4--cehada A. Oo ler l03x-Ran well in la ust
5-Bc-3VGold P. Guatr. 108 -Nt against oMee
.-Dlscdvery 0. do Ln'112x-Usually close up
7-Balustio L. Gialdo 112 -Could make it here
S6-.Vedette B. Been 107x-Rates good chance
9t-D. Maiden S. Carvajal 112x-Longshot specialist
10--Ameriean Maid ...r 105 -Chance for upset


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1-Don Dani V. CaiUllo 112 .-Lst was revealing
2-R. Emblem J. Phillips 110 -Blasng early sped
- rey Jua A. Mea 113 -Dinppointmen thus tar
4-8. Bpruce A. Co=ns .,l11x-T-ailer at f h ii lan t
5-Diziprincess J. 06ngorA 115 -4oeed with usual rush
6-A 1,A16 .... 113 -Cas go with these
7-Pont6n B. At irre 113 -Last doesn't count
8-M. slipper \ L. OMraldI 11 -.Must improve more
9-(Tony K. Flores 118 --Apparently overrated
10-(King R. Gapne 115 --Improving steadily


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--Julie 8. Carvajal 117x -Rates good chance here
2-ULbOrle M. Yr.uas 118 -The one to beat
-- a rau J. AvlT 132 -mDtoned in class -
A. Goolm Inx- Lightweight may hb'*
i-Cra malefia B. i9e3 8x -Poeeible upsetter,
4A-Ik O. doet ISx--Diayed speed, wrd
I-am B"R.Ap*Lre 110o -Willlpraovseha' -
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S-Bar-One A. Valdivia 115 -Bad trailer reently
4.-4 co J. Carreflo 118 -Jockey handicaps
S&.-LaaerO J. Jlr 112x--Rates good chance
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--ay V. CatH nS -Rackig to top form
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I0IB OS AIRES, Dec. 30 (UP) -. .- .,.
.. revolutionary government
ioed today that 125 recently 31t '
ted "aittor" including 3tYEA ANA R. P., FIDA. M, :.-
t Vion leaders will be ban- -- -

riosh-- ike Pencil-Tra ks .
persons trying to disturbP"I. ..
order have continued to ,, /. """':. '
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gpve~rnmlient.4' an official an- S S
Seementa i a State Of U ion
'preserve public peace, those 57
10 %lle witl be interned in Pa- f .. .."
vR)aers,
". sa nemucement re erred KEY WEST, Fla., Dec. 30 (UP) dent planned to run over, the mes. 'F s' programIng laredb a ed Tid. emas
really to anti- government -President Eisenhower t o d a y sage draft with McC a n and .le Z than that oi first flt l 1 a l4t** two,
iders arrested recently in the tracked witi pencil an "almost James C. Hagerty, prdEs aeareta. dayt ie yesterday, w I c he ted he r- "
of Snta Fe aid the eit. completed" draft of his State of ry to the President, s oatly in a senion of prac- tafwtM ^Wl jn 1 and 1 -
woysee of Buenov Aires. the Union message which will be t et swings, a long stroll .1 0BJ ae -
,st included three former dispatched to Congress for read- Once a final working draft e1 o )base, and in work on two M we "
tarns general of the CGT un- ing on Jan. 5. the m.s.Bge is .e mpilte, Mc.pa s. 5
itenr -Jose Espejo, E- An Air Force courier during the Cann will fly back fo Watile-. 'learJia weather u r 4.E .
o Vuletich and Hugo H. Di night rushed a new draft of the ton during this late a *i. himn tIhe indoor ease tl .
O e--and four leaders of key message from Washington 'to Key Before the msapegoe i, compn PW used the opportunity t to h '
ber uniapa of the federation. West. Riding with the courier was ed and distribtKed to Aries tak first full golf 8aw4l .q-Prt dinner. Ha.
was not certain whether an un- Kevin McCann, the chief W hit e Sunday night, the President may sab heart attack _. Pre ,'
ified number of Communist House speech writer. pencil in a few more reterical 2 isenhower tried outP his Na d lstr a- ':
arrested yesterday In Bue- During the morning, the Presl- changes. J 9 a irons and a-wedge AAiMel"1'il. st O 30
AireL' ia tuIt r I I suburbs g iron at the Navl. ot a
be ind in the group, i'isaball diamond, 'Wi' t earthquakee
S tesi rat in the t arrested iron sh.os over. 100 i-. a e Vr o rpiq uar
^ ^were being held aboard a stiff wind. He did notli0 she and ael e, the hen e
transo7 t i the -harbor lxc .'utefrfwi.nd. H e di Poto 7'fea ori i *.
transported a the harborhis ppwer into any of. e Apn t tol determined wi rcag
ver. s civil defense admin. debr to ake y fornew
30 minutes. o this ng pr
Pltalonfi 'is ancient regional l ma before th gallery, Iu eo t also e ed a- e: .
borfor a ter"trythattcds.MhisbrotherDr.ta Eiscn Th.he aa a of "'..wives, .
ly the sourn third of Ar- wer, Maj. Gen. How .sa Lth ir date-in. Tlare:Ciut" W the. .Oregon
a and a coiparale area of 'C~,;.Snyder, the White H_ o..ohnS o senhooer, ddr,'w.
X phiieia, and HxIrtythe 'b
iu" present day territories dent took a leisurely stroll a opital, durn
rits of two provinces are in- z hEdyaen a Hbase.efiy Pr rOIAn5.
fArgentine PataOUia. a Dressed. in brown jacket, .4 T -,lagd,,er. Mrs. i senhowerB F., pllt"
h l h tn, monogrammed w I01 tsn IB tomer 1111ie1 Ft. SeZ theal-
-shi and brown slacks, t Va.,r6 whervig a
Lahr Idea walked downa a^ a n al mHsu.
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JUtith Department is inve b e,"hdd e_:
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t'it adici and ye au leraac biing ~iveh oieitt .itcs and would .",,-
deaeby Arthie r B. d Adms w*,6 H. Hendermln, be "up in the net few Bdaya ,U
Saite otedand teas Bin- fr. Lami hower paused briefly aid ohe ate a hearty breakfast
;War eY ie II,. fe t ant . ." "You lead -on-4h9 Siga sas Do. pretty good.'
edto Jeracb ath elecutive rpaeage and I den t. *ant .to, get Mrs. Zaharias, earlier a cancer
t8 Mpatient" at John Sealey Hosltal,
11111y0f the Jewish Labor fa. te eBaue ar fo rmer subarine ewas peflown here xo Fort eWOrth.i
'letOtto ean(tw sadr of perturlalabdM diy-side spent the holidays there with
tdwellac dtdre sie d-soo. t ldc n teses owi thoBa hu: trisi .ri end. ad
to M e addressed to Atty. os h ng y rope he dryly, "the ad l e The illness forced h to cancel
,rbe rt Brownell asking for oft in fron o Is hoe 'd a brodg eand if he shoots you, he's a chedund appearance at a golf*
Maotta the beconi down aely by .ot i . 'd" t0 alwer to me."u. match in Houston for the beYefit
o f .With the breakdownn ..."..-e a be re a CaFo r
oIment yMisaissip- F.uGnd.

id ul, Belon Miss I. '" ome awhile posing dout.ofdoorh ut
nHidents have a' For't Worth in pajamas and house
Ieco is' d 'day e to w o n W oli 9tf" r -toe m" l""""m ""coatc lor television cameramen.
a ls o seat t.F 5, .. .. . . 0f aley said the 5nfect oD ,
'e ap triot R ied mrely asp an :'op-
rlng eI, D va np bd 'p er right lung. He aaosaid she alsou'
I-min., iDm t had a light ease of pleurisy. "But
so a tRin'. they're wredy just aw MOaTIA.e 30 ).The" Callan nt, wo wa newspaper reports that a "yous- t' nothing to worry about."s
na.,el .aeFotorh ad ne .pot bpjS e m a nthe d int fe lo ma yn ea r vd t e
yea an.aso saad toay othe to o em teh .vttiel icstmas. adn lel- whoieme slfneto the D 'o.rien B
.to_ -dril P laey "tadhere the we tde sare thg E d- rt ewd Bo oaiopd

thOfclax t he y had brienlrxl 0 11e.r fsor e mber. q andvz V iewor ns a g b y
tAa mnlA Tea. .:rige" to e.other -ate 40. and D nearly bald, aid hea e ls
heds I aan sp of He said the quints had given him apope Plus Xfl received envoys

Tadle e6 11sat this M ri e -te no asth 0ill .,..' at. had sar d-the iotsd a heip afo fetionsroted t in Ira e
ju staolbcancWal dCesl'n.apd t.teqw sy ae for them tp leave t t oh r outhis fif oth day o is audiences to the
.101a aoyfcrektes ."paoy rthsrmiv ngng qthdr didy "a togt rome "without sng stopped bydilm ati orsa- credit dt te0
e .. wNt(Pns- R ied da y gir te i r e"and r ay tet a- and photog phers. Vatian in connection withI t f e
toec "It roladtigo luBuioe y Ir sA m 'e Y
A' lad EwarsaiOOr'i student hurses, at antquoI apd the quints.b'otbpa, Ja I New Yeai's greetings.
n-me )ek1 if November. trouble with "the iniruder, wo irately today by the Pope in hisI

,ii .ac ."thamily.sitbe w divided toi in-lty and iit worse oer-aldA meds hleR as-ee hireibeyPe,
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