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The Panama American
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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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00264
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p rp la datla ns and legislation n started But the asman stdveron t

*tb.ages teO throuaS-gh the cai ngressiondralm o whic the sre worl's Wlhav I4 t
Seance th mtha .the Americand peo
mee( the needs of a the _people."W SH. I o n-
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t 0 e- mniso a trtstiatlon needed to send- oe at n

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Sw41. 0in. ,sI p '0 d se ng r ane v e extend cover cage t n6a t- k a. 5y today outl d ore ea o e toect n

21. Md o tito a h $. pfer. dayh wrie gn- Di0 pthe empor ato re wo hd ate teedPr ee sienorr a stme
Sother 10 m eion p er ons an I In
.. ". a dea rexpent Iws ter easetla tthe e lto t adetaX trh1 ru ndou ratepDob US'n ah ler in his bid for norid

po cogoay. which shoo f t a 68 to s e h at bod tohel p* e t E PanmaHolwh2 afrc htei nrte lo0-un b thh -r oaa n c
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ior .h "n" ~r ato s are egisl action startednt ing But the administration h a
btr cOi pro- on each ernputhe on d employe cnan troom guards nd aise a e ih th e rias

S o e t ndierl realized w, the ratsenhower s
Sdmntratlon eeded to sendsokoi t a had proposed buying ther t er
s a s er e." a. m oins ura yea r nof study to prepare its e "es n te .O. o censam tobuy bt teprt
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2-Antonoid mohearn .eberto .eV.ezo enohv a little chat9neane eaher bh Last Tuesday. rcanommerced
Mrs. 0"H"o bever. the public nowedfeth0 raratI* & ft wieetensnohohe n hrtesnde r e i r
otiloletpyherightlytr expects0tr a new leglsla-fEOPen'golf'tounam oatntionrte.Btu.rundyeterday.'DeVieenzosponoredbywa slornerrwith-fa r at
sq- rgn- thhrfitsathe L totrtke, shotia 69 to -tiSarbv.r ort, eere hsen1n osr, Pane&Htdattwidtho20e 3ant-oerfle d wa ie o n
Stothrewi. the de whe he e said the U. of
httoms ao thid at in c sr .rngn m-str wtith fio st goods- to Rua e g
o rc ed "'o e ar e nd enmploy iad he l _and its European satr ntlte s e- "
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wlsoaouthA e ra mfor n s documentary filmr te large e o f p betwe en t
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ec.eddv da 00th u4fn -d ho 1triera. of foi..minstre ation lan the omldaye ttar,12 wn ess tes had testified -ron aprare scaeen.
CU~~i~watio Ode suaetl, brkrre n d w ilh rls at a sTekecrtsou ofthan' esat t hn imed thite.dpat ..,
ands iu N pem tspres nttu ldon
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Mrs. st rm evtaled0 n oute ofusingh fedral Ruold g w are i w.om a e cpro S rn lu ,w o merc
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gto-bugs, Jack Couffer and his mm. movie camera, a cine-spe- Ttenational
partner, Conrad Hall, have made cial, Lelcas and Rolleiflexes, are Board of C-ontrol is expected to leg a"
n n intense study of whatto ex- also equipped with an under-n r e I
IUDrinking In New Orleans.? P r-p^ F^ s S ud B *e dm
*pect one. they reach their des- water box" which will protect announce within a week plans chb e veryin

Sand information Jack aren't sure right now how c tes aroviin
Somery CDft-lsh young man, is are planning. A total f $14,000000 will b
--- o he son of the famed author of "Itall depends on the latest spent, n construction of astal- Mtwektt
"Mutiny On The county," James reports we get o4 the sharks lations to spread th waer
NEW ORIEANS, Jan. 16 (UP) fermented. The j je has as Nordoff Hall. Born in Tahiti 27 out that wv," they sdd warily more evenly over Canana's plnefrom t sI
With birds toppling all over much ki.k to the birds as 'bath- years ago, he went to the States They're planning to leave a HorseshoeP Flas. fo t
Audobin Park from ip tng tub tin" has lor humans, a&- when he was 12. and has only soon as their ketch, which ar- Control of the water will be
erm ennWted berries, the WU cording to Audubon Park Zoo returned to Tahiti, where his rived on the Mormacrey Friday carried out through tunnels to
commented today that "e upervis Georoe Doglas. otherr and sister still live, on morning, is completely outfitted be used in connection Wth .
one knows ~w this eity drinks ture takes s cotDoug- occasional visits. for the trip. power project. Authites pla
and it's a shame the birds have las says the tobins gobble the It was at the' Universit of Because of a plane mix-up, to let 10 00- cub, _eet, owa- .l
gone at it too." ... berrtes, then get -"dizzy as Bouthem California that he net the men took the long way ter a second flow over in da-
c.. . ets." actk wbile they were studying round coming here. From the light during the tourits un t'
But the spokesman for the Blackbirds also are bending cinema technique. Shortly after West Coast ey flew to Miami from April to Sept. 1 A. night
Stemperance group sai it would .heir wina at the prks. But, grAdutIUon., together with a third where they boarded a plane and In winterthe flow wlfl be a 'aasi
take no mtion because "we,/e as one biro-wptcher explained photographer, e ormed Can- bound for Panama. only 50.0M0 feet. ..
acoporned with human beings- they could hod their HquIr yanpias. So far their company All three are still groggy from Another p3,000O will be 1wM iS
still It's .a hamc" considerablv better than the which operates out of Los An- typhoid shots they have just re- spent- to dredge river bot-
Tb'e S6fety for Prevention of red-breasted harbinger of gelea, hUa produced mainly doc- ceived., but otherwe find Pan- ton above BorHaMhoe VaU to te-
Cruelty to animals alse said Ci sprin.g. umentaries, although they have ama a delightful place. pair two s aotlaM w lih a I
S-. was powerless to act in the tipsy -"The blackblrds .ull off the alsjust finilaed a fdll-length When asked what their wives eroded from p of theIaum. "
bitrd crisis. b hushes into the was, then p eholIftcal murder feature -who stayed home in Los An- To am'0thme a"omr-
S- The Inrds. hre for thi winter wallow to.-ber up," ak, 's botlt like a foot- gels--thought nf their proposed inS feat, a will
gWa found a haven in a cit wes. the -.. batplay, is a naturalist, and six-month absence the two have tow t the s-
n aw enown or bars. w Utba tsaw three lca e oadsof books on the young seafarers answered In roarin- o th hB
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f 0 GROTON, Con. Jan. 16 (NEA),- Mamie Eisen-
S"r'next Wednesday is to be ,the star of an, event
jiar history might Mrcord as more significant than any
ceremony her Husband ever performed.
S.., She is going to smash bottle of good domestic
a[qmpagne against thenose of the first atomic powered
. sbmarine, the USS~Nautilus, and send it grinding into
i cold waters of the Thames River in Connecticut.
, At this moment she renders practically every fight-
,j.ig ship on the world's seas obsolete.
7,.it She effects a vital step-in thelIongrange moderniza-
f*ion of America's defenses around nuclear explosives and
aItomic power. ,
0'f Prob bty more important, because this is the. first.
e of atomic energy for propulsion, the First Lady's
thncbking formally opens the door for vast civilian uses
Sthis tremendous new source of power.

WIf yu accept the. fact that nu-
Sfission produces great heat,
s easy to understand the revo-
.onary power plant in the Nau-

Sssd bests distilled water
*er high pressure in stain-
i s.steel e an inchpies an d one-
af thick.. This hot distiled wa-
usad to turn the water in
Sadoining system into

a fairly simple ar-
Aent o' gas he team
~e sub's propellers.
I..- NautilusJ ao ha auxiliary
aI- iuy au- diesel_ engine plant
Propulsil the nuetfr
S"XY 4-
b -. .

i. it *rea -

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twice as large as those of the
fleet-type .abs, .
Forty-five men can watch a
movie in thbe bss hall. That's
about k, It ortbe total grow.
It wil Lve the most iciqntifi-
cally-planned interior decoration
scheme ever cooked up for a
creW at sea.


Quarters for the older men will
have "sophisticated" color and
for the younger mnf the wall
will be "gay." Even the shower
rooms will have scientific olors.
Because crew endurance is the
only limit to the length of time
the Nautilus can stay submerged,
everything possible Is being built
into It tb stretch that endurance.
Huge movie, book magazine,
game and record libraries will
be kept aboard.
Soecially designed air purifiers
wnll cln.tantly wash -the subs
atmosphere to keep it fresh ind
make maximum ue of the eeq-
genr wieh is stored aboard u*
er high pressure.

It can dive deep enough and "
move fast enough to get awaY, Anther startling feature p the
frm k n o w n anti submarine Nautilus is its vast forwat-i.
weaoonc." pedo room eventually expptd
It's the best weapon yet cre-( 'to carr- atomic weapons..
a*ed to combat the Russian sub-
fleet. u ing the sub' desIgn stap
theC UOua*n~o~..--.-

The only weapon it is vulnera-'
ble to is another atomic sub. ,
The huclear-powered submar-
ine is known to be an excellent.
platform for thU launching p1
guided mi s off enemy com
It can land assault troops on
enemy shores, act as a naviga-
tional picket ship and travel un-
der the 40-foot thicl_ polar ice
cap from Alaska or Greenland
t6 Russia.
Navy spokesmen flatly claim
that a relatively small fleet of
.w'ubq c.an sweep the world's
ocepo free of all surface ships.

SIu la ma- -ba :bmarine has les
qqlaitnt to the energy h "a mab r hasle,
iQ pnt of co al.U M .frii. i underwater than
pn of cos. vessels on the surface,
.viut"4 tblqttremenos. It onMt eventually
a&S _h% aof ato ~ i-sa wnbe moved by.
Ilaoesn t burn o1- .toml po '' undet the surface,
m came within kt"
Sthe U. S.. in beoth 0 0 day. recently, wdle work-
W- m on the Nautihu,, werb at
-ch, a small group of news*",
the uh ,e. rgivethe f ,st sand last
a n. .enitted of the losides of the
b V autilus-at least the last for
t a tthe a eany years.
) -... it was lust prior to the start

30MP- Wuttingin the secret controls
30 M P en.
iwn rtrged it .travel COMFORT
.I& per hour,- and COMFO T
er es" : N, j;i oo ressive features are
-.t tIan catch up with ustMt its jI Size and the crew-
*. warshin or copmonerei gwU- onnort cities being installed
-afloat, launch torpedoeind QuartW passageway and
.no to '.'*d work rg.s seem, to be roughly

key part of the boat were ub-
jected to underwater explosion
":sts. ,,
This accounts for the greit
Impression of strength and tur-
,7s M tWe, masr o- ePu,
0.. eectrical equpifoent ad

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instruments. The Nautilus is built
to stand more battle punishment
that any sub ever Ulilt.
Although for .the press tour
huge canvases covered the mid-
ection which house the reactor,
the thickness of the teel shield-
ing which protects the crew from
radiation was visible.

Instead of a knife edge, the
sub has a bulbous bow, tne most,
efficient. design :for- submerged.
travel. ,
Overall it has clean, round
lines with practically no protu-
berances to cause extra friction.
Equipment which extends fromn
the hull can also be retracted.
The outer skin is extremely
heavy heet teel.
When .M a mi e, Eienhower's
*champagne bottle knocks the
Nautilus into the water there
will still be a lot of work to be
done on it before the sub is turn-
ed over to the Navy for first.
operational tests. ....
How long that will be Is a se-
cret. So are a lot oat other things
about the Nautilu.- Its reactor
and perforn-ance abilities.
The one thing that can't be
kept secret, however, is the rev-
olution the Nautilus creates in
sea warfare and the hope that.
it holds for more and more
eyeryday practical Use of atomic
energy. **

* ~ *~ ~K

Eugene Farks WliM
Long Beach, CaltfW
father of four
be. first 0mm
Nautilus, was em
the Naval Roessreep
graduating from. '
State Coliege asn t-M
USC. An A.B. In ahet
attended sub ihool
London, Conn., served
marines from June,
November, 1944, then
school instructor. S1
war he has.perved on
missile submarine ai
undersea craft, got
taste of the nuclear-si
program In l94 w
asslgked to the A1C
his Nautilus assign
was at the Armed For

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ThiIs The Man.,WI

WASINGTON1, July 18 (N A)
When the USS NaUtilus, hij
tory's first atomic submarine
rates into the water odl its
atunching, a skinny, temperor
mental genius takes his place on
the papes of American history
AMteit uch meM aI R Obert Ful-
foaii Thomas Edison, obq r t
[qraI ihe Wrightl brrohers.
Au Rear Admiral lHyman G.
Rickover, th brains, inspire.
and energy behind te A-sub
which heralds a new era in
w.epoas and opens the door to
greoa tw- ciyian uses.of atom-
Ic energy,

Typical qi Rickover's impa
ti4ece with dwelling on past
,des is this snappisn comment
on- hi-; sub, made on the eve of
A triumph iew men achieve:
S:iWe expect tremendous im-
povement in nuclear power uti-
titon at we go ahead.
It is the hope that we can use
nuclear power directly instead of
ia atasWa that,we can put a few
shdvec full of material in a hop-
per, as some people have said,
&nd utilize more directly the
heatderived therefrom."

Talk like this from the ad-
miral. frightens the people -who
'work with him.
They know that when he sets
his sIghts on some such goal he'll
lasb bL.m-elf and e v e r y o n e
around into a frenzy of work
until it's accomplished;
Rteickover's consuming drive to
accomplish a project in defiance
of tradition-and accepted chan-
nels-4nna'mes him one of the most
contrQVersial figures in Washing-
ton tod y, despite the great vin-
dication that the launching of the
Nautilus gives to his unbridled
efforts In its behalf.
S- Fasciiating Story
The fascinating story of this
.centric. who nearly had his ca-
re,- nipped in the bud at the
mom( of triumph, is told in an
interesting. inside report on him
in a book to be published simul.
taneously with the launching of
the Nautilus.
It is called "The Atomic Sub-
marine and Admiral (Rhn.y Holt) and written by Clay
Blair, a Washington reporter.

fA n and

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Navy Politics
Bla? reveals for the first time
the .etail of inner-Navy politic
wAA i'ckover had to fight to
get s ub built and his promo-
tiUon troubles.
R'"kover's parents were Polish
immigrants who moved to Chi.
Be ;ot through high school

Rickover (right) by his biographer (Clay Blair (standing
launched the same day the submarine goes down the

working as a Western Union
He was a stubborn youth and
"lone operator." His father once
had to chip his teeth to force
medicine dowp him.
He was overjoyed at his ap-
pointment to Annapolis in 1918
because it was a free education,
he figured,
Lone Wol ,
At the academy he studied
hard, avoided sports and most
outside activities, couldn't afford
the social lift the others had and
continued as a lone wolf.
Blair sums up Rickover's na-
val career this way:
"He would cestaaUy, criticize
what !e called the 'stupidity' of
the Nav,, tb:- outdated, unneces-
sary regulations.
"He would challenge the un-
written rules which make poli-
ticking of importance to naval
personnel; the unspoken regula-
tion whi b made It mandatory to
attenW ccktail parties aud oth-
er socda events
"He would make war against
the lethargy. i'We I-- "-t. t.i
difference which he found L



Jules Vern 's ''twenty Thousand Leagus Under th 'b. piO s *is U^B5A bs,ei

Builder: Eletorio Boak Divisionr Qert ral.Dynahts-orj .
Designer: U. .Navy'ueb u'of Sht 4 ,. .
reuil r of Reactor -Weatin hous "m etri L.or

Project chief: Rear Admiral Hyman 0. I iokover.
Dimensions: 300.feet long, 28 feet. In fiametrr.
Weight: 2800 tone.:
Speed: More than 30 mph. ", ..
Range: More than 25,000 miles.
Cost: Hull, $15 million, reactor. $40 million.
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At -Berin Molotfv y $r

Hitler- ike Pact With VS
PARIS Jan 16 (NIJA) U. S.
delegates to the Berlin Four-
Power meeting. will do well toL
'-ep their eye, and ears open
when they meet with the Rus-
alans on Jan. 25 according tJ
veteran diplomas e.
Moscow 's chief aim at the
talk--qualifled Soviet experts
belivwill be to put the U. S
Comdr. In the position in which Nazi
son, of Germany was in 1939 On the
tyer-61d eve of World War II.
V who' The Increased speed of the
fheH fRed peace offensive in the
ed RNATO countries especiallyn
S after France, indicate that the
Kremlin leaders are seriously
m l Dio reparifit their encounter wi t
dying at 'e t Wes
nlstry, he
at New The RussLans, as usual, will of
a in sub- course'use the conference as,a
1943, to vehicle of propaganda-and poll-
was a sugb -ticali warfare.RBut there is in-
nce, the easing evidence that they are
I guided also preparing to launch a di-
ad other p lomatc bomb that might e-
his first ously unglermine the West'&
abmarine defense eAout hand sow dissen-
he alon in ATO"ranks,
ment, he As President Elsenhower and SEV E YEARS rN. TWEN: The Iat Foreign P te i
res Staff ,iebretary of tte John Poster ierenee -in 1H 1b ht -Anerla' hn oFos& teer e
Dulles see it, te main issue at 's l icy t oreh lsv Mltov (right) together **In V
in erlin will bq a free, u_ ed, identified InterpeWr. ear a I t k is. theA
m' [1 by1 --" -n'" e po tratyc fois th o nth's Ber
O -erms ansd -a peace ty aty s t o ~ --Of
with . .... -.
-T -*t c~zu*tent We aermnf to-4p t
dl lp Atis really expect an a-Mfirmt suooesfIl
th. A-su w.s souL g on... y ~grotemenieti on-ese'ls me*--4- GOrmany W.
the A-sub wtsi sorometh only specially on th question of Ger- negotiated the stalin-ltier pact
for thd farv- stant future. a- any. One thee outstanding t th,tqwued o Wqr Wor i.
uRickovo wman.going on theiss- uropean poltical analysts put. .. .J
sumptio that it Was ehievable thmus to me: 1ei meeul on 'anA. L25
in a few yehrs. While we hope for the best, will be the climax ol at-Weat
SDren 8 t Grounded eashould not pitch our egot!tiona that have dragged
tDr R Grounded ions too high, A free, a f" seven years-ever anco
Ion thel ob 17 kov er'ns o temn is not an objective t t e Foreign Ministers'- confer-
S e fall of 1947 Rickover's ghtly to b yielded by Moscow ence of 1947.
dream boat was grounded by a r-especially after the East Getr-
Iow-tide of.interest in it in both ',an revolt of last June. t'i"1-6n '-thF.Russlans
SN gured out a scheme to What, then, do the Russians lerie fle er, ofet xctment
refloat it. He drafted a letter for hope to gainc at Berlin? They In. Europe, a c p e pbaive-y r
the -i e'. Chief of Naval Opqra- ope as in the case af Nazi Ger- want to believe-that this tfiie
taps Admiral Nimitz, to send to any in 1989, either, to reach thpre may rel be 'something
the Aecretary of Navy John. L. a agreement with the U. S. oY. IP4~ -p,. .
Sullivan for approval, figuing e expense of the other Wae-
Sthis would str actir on. It clled rn powers or to isolate the U But as the Paris Aurore said
for more speed .on, the A-sub in Europe. .editorially, "One ribks being dis--
project. illusloned by ho Ing to overcome
Next was Needling attack oMoscow has not only shaped Ob elAs sofa and to believe
parked by Rickover against dis- policy for ester 0 ..., that the cold war is
SA T hasalsoPlyesteP 'vW and that history
by r e onthe atpolicyis. asr e seven-
sti e r the admiralt. It Is, either "eurets f4l" .thel co ar.
-. -'' *r" ruropean0s" -a secUrt .
A -Promotion ; excluding the U.S. blat faI "
A selection board, composed of patterned on te tShhta l~c
-adsairals, passed himovr twice P,-.,. .r -- -.
for promotion to admia which .
h would have sent him 4mo retire- i Tb RussIn's are rei-
ment. anything. They believe an:d re -
7However, A E C spokesmen, spet force. d I i h$urg~?
congressmen and just ibot he Kremlin rulers realize .
everyone who had worked with that America is the corner ne AB ~E Pi PRt ING
0im on the sub sprang to his de- of the Western defense sy .m. GROUN ,bd. (UP.- The.
dense. They would thu. like to make a Army's first'a-eett-m
The result was when the new deal with the U. 8. or "drive the er underwet rain
-Secretary of Navy Robert Ander. Americans out of Xurope. with thse t it Can "rm
son came in with the Republic. Thi" explains the apparent 1 00i sd am.bers, five ; g
ans, Rickover was made an ad, dbteY sancy' i Russia's attitude original capacity.
Admiral. toward the U. ..
.... ThereIs one thingromotion 1 h le umer
Admiral to admiral did not Mae himor Risk I r -.theonehand.eick.has eM

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ways. '

some-quarters of the peacetime,
l*-.ten-WorId Wars Navy. He
woud ferret out and attempt to
li mnate waste and inefficiency."
Electrical Engineer

over, It did not make him or his
atomic, sub any Js controver-
sial within the Ngiy. -
Pentagon enemies,

Just before the big launching
his enemies began reading the

ger -org Malenikov,,
erm edary of an i
dent. sends U

After graduation Rickover -did "ereheard- tt
duty aboard destroyers, battle- self would never be able to get
ships, subs and in shyar nd i& combat VS w a'"me.
became-an electrical engineering They aimoed- t It W4.s trlet-
Sn z fa t. ly ely e atal.. d tthatf uture
r th start of World War fU ato sube be sharl
he was redesigning electrical different frczl: 'oneRickover
systems of the fleet to. make had pioneered,
them more battle-worthy and did .J l reply tot iese claims: 1
Sbilliant job of it. During the are jut o m e t.. sae b-
fightm. he setup a ship repair tage which had C= on
yard on Okinawa. against him ever .Ml be get
'ik,: .. started on the sub.
Nuclear Theory He says te. b
capable oa combat If the tise
Rickever got his nuclear theo- ever cos..e.
ry grouuing at the Atomic Ener Rickover's newv assinmd it Is
xy Comnission's lab at Oak -. supervisor for th A of the
Ridge, "enn., just after the war. first full-scale usI Il'tNl
He headed a group beginnia now being built.
work en an atomic sub. It's considered e a th em-
.A4 months of significant misioi's nag#t impertat prog
IA wer k on the project h i ects.
discovered to s dismay that Like the Nautilus, U gv
smitar a o had bee t ertd RkkOver a chance to b ow the
'In i vos Bureau of V s way to ew Mi ate.ale
but operatIng on the belief that- Rowerm. "

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tOeejtpiay. th f roan aa l tudeo*ba te., arplanr to hke at aln.e
flee -etg Frds andI relplti. a of thelal ari tudt 1 btter ed. k n n
..l. e d wet. ah'lst auf d To ewmeera were in.o- wner r w sOrgn of t rtalla.e1 yfreoe.at
4sQP thi A. Dure.

.n Mw, r.rs ui E" W r. ndc : Mrs. B lert arhoa, 'a n nrerethme t one-inch dsboard aatuentreeYe at pirscolta na
andtudrnsycan spend a total of -Iv notoatbee

And Ms.vt.odrs. .ca, foot wide. years in college a nd walk out t hr st fdit
-1aid -at-n both bachelor of science and bach-h n as.

go oPm 'a o o edr. o etaNrg. 'berto t br nime, E tia nrrvhoenein A | a a eI _
ita ,Eal eS n Vr- ie' Vlitde istafa 1 ;H1, The v.ery beu iful and -u eran t land. ebrawts sallg e es .m .

5S Jo-w lolgS eron har. .anam e e ?u or A- E.e .e a h peem, P penbly stacoed Miss Keys t. no been"creited 1y arce"loost.a
i ui V e erD.al Ho, Sita nmv. 8 re- accidentall" atar. From the time theI m os1 lieltmTenator.
orey SCM i r. o Kam, Robet & *y to 1oollyw ig to ahe *ar old enough to loot Into *
Soe l e ItNtooktears to design and e we

bl a f t ~t y Cwch lteArtiteLint.arColol ts GNW abe bFy.aut works trhCto a p ryr.t oin t p fe ionel t hp d cr n me o ol su ion w ome er .
jgi Arvinel pre sdatr r me bu Y b u des, one of the ornn.S i seven al s hN ad l a'Be. 1. the rn fr.
eeSS oS. e .orterw on th co N- o. lfepay oi cdt-Fast o wonders rf the world. avp n ply with Government regulations not known -la t
-dencapta v Plattend the wddin of iUIose an eahthke wr otesr eoth e stheirchome ,n tan recan

." aUs, andr ar e w a per, enis, u hI mty olac items thdartg i he ich mltyetot
.m y..61=1.t rno left a a morfthoeshenp222mB.Zh

-a cost o r .r.too .dop s
Moadwa eape ,ddn emnley wsr oM r haveill take m pldacee hafe r aT t icatio o r
i a NO' edr? me"rahe -montshlyyo me I t se dt, t s lay on the ground f thoriy a ti n shortly and will notify you, d languages.pbli
a ~ c ar d w fl *a Meald It he uo M edalICrnoe M F yeard. It was finally m terdthree y ears, and upon dly have a o y C aw

NoPabI l PicaIt.. He7hXra nt :3 py .rs lt hr D e he sh e etentdn n rt A proved the C s
pentrtethioutrbeatt a t e to jg nWIZO etin or uhmuaef r Ds carrlon dto Syria d uaon yer pu l Tc nn unojhnlovo
ta m"pW zre lotow as &ht iceuncatl WbO # d Asauctiin.oaence.

beodtirtt er-n-ansp ety record the faintest tremor o plance.Archup r arat "Symbol of Low n" diamond r.yg. .-
teilwSra!.& tub- iw ,in da Ha rvard Faculty Membersatd Esthe Mtt noeev- Casa Fasrtich is now displaying the to .A.b
fewli t. i Me. 1oa g, Twoe e rc ean Aoot "Symbol of Love" diamond rings in their main om
M sTr"oanes.. Mr. a Ms sfrom thatinaAdrt Co mu.m st T.es s n schools and a- B. i.d n
l W Aseiby atd nVi- u o u th ra .. an..d oea" chl.ls v- T e ethe coast of Gre i CFbl.chsAre-,rrom Cal Tech.deirdoI

eln am a to lVle, Anu ore w. d rplH N ,es s. P .n p rl e iSS e t noited Or aheooists oo

.t A ar iV Ga, e ,a who e li .,rs talrtigr in wf Carthy'fnit mm.en iinvntgat the Communrtt Party In ee38.e Tel. 3-e217,a
Wora_,.,s.t W ,II No t div

As d.-Wi tr a Ted ad dyrae honeof i Mds Fran- adr s. ewdaylleae yownbe o, ounis ta Ls be .-as o hd peoush aun e .ll__ re ."

1iKura at tharis the Cob elo e Orvic, House o5 Margarita A *if ws at cnb It Msccl effte n- f id bt Red tie. Co in Angeles, Pom a n
m .im ds. Shet en at 7:30 ps. Thi-w- be a prtwagr nsmng' e . h lesmere- .Island.

1l . Es the r Ma nce t- allte Purry said he t eo- a CoI-
S Zj w o: and Mrs. ThomasIRUa, T w ew members were Intro- 3n McCar ynethay said e would River- muntrest on March 1 191 but Origin of the first aphabe from
i and6f. Mr. anMrs. Mr. ded Mrs. Da aros andr a the CntraTheater.ntwhich l present-day a cal

PNA1450 H*: EUre .o rcn The tavwCt0a Fasti
,a "M ean 0. W Rg,,r. Ga m thte e vl ait wr ed b ot n l river andshu dea h items were evolved has been

WTEPasOOF eijrflns s y th- l hi a t eems a n e te idre and _ls dyitassna .an-d8erw

I -V1SHOCK ABSORBBER I a. he Isi> rthM f 1ue
tx-ou Fridamy Roe. bern- t atheo i o er onlU .abo lerfdo iehe&play te f rn mror, sh ute ba w antd ton
maustslroshor ard oal. t t o lvPee.in..'am;time atca o .. Aen wruiedd Obymic heonoistus. l

.- J6=Ma er nBo terry and Kamn-le a nd that e eath' s crust Japan is
l wIc e a l paretowrdneywpricice. t heooed y bythn wll b n nton.
Nes ox An eLm eCasy g.fromedAn surseln ee mhe re-acfciden tal"e sre thetran 00tnhe sb ae mer

St 4 'he I r hfuer tl o be o polii9ca l n- the erust oJapan sh olo y'rin2% S

le r h-fo ant." mur ea in derth u r n arh e o o the r a
S.f "o. aah nd e tenant .and M wen Gr hidew a l with soul he devi 3fusto e eet
G .nof2tiiRici;I* oDiorlnatopoutorizaionhlgoh ese Aaee r or he w atl rierp i not on t
an- moie,'mAeoanri.rtw ter shgtotate
Tareasurerts oaw edh'rmst forr d me an i nj. e ip i n 'gso opposiAte ite dan't qteo o ut that norody
lobdr to.fise :e-- een t ye taxsirer Johna yne)-to rthrlnhhat bfe e becnot flou r-

Sti nt sa To D ate h as eit a t esCarthaleonen the wa IWeatert c.tl u

It o orgchan- Leutnan and Mr. IR.Gbig *h partth. -devilce a prhimel riof abr udebigc i ntyp o hersio ghlbad res -
to d rthe-San sch a9w crarfrontrback" o a iEv roomsfo rda thing ollywoodctie
ieaftt yF at- driven by ancastcn cared, that nobody ad time to t Ue Tmediately.
ho visie hunger-for adventure. e n Fayln ant Jay read a letter. B nut eise kept try-lyco
Cmnmlli WTLu0.,One of the truly Faustian men badtler. elyn Keyes plays the Ing, and one day she manaednotng
.in the world of art is undoubted- role. of. a budding actress who to wrangle a screen tst.. Cecil
SIa Pablo Pilaseo. His X-ray eyes helps Payne trap the killers B. De Mille saw te bas, and a ,Oot receipt which Casa Fastlich will exchange for ni
dmpenetrate te outer eautty of worn- whose frame-uo has put his own signed her for a role in g"the sirh
lu1 p'rg. dgtor-n.tty e reoyRvfainetesto tremors.i lesily. There's a receipts, you may still have a chance to o wn : ,
Th latestrrotaghnat United -'.armedawiitthia let ot ter sPort ou RemedyS"."a8"b"ithe property i
-W..Ciopod at d atmot Cotentral di a n ued rin g hn.ther in ,.
AreIweanrlen Pis ea nmIncludes at on view 'ts TiesStea"ath ChaseNationaltankhbuild
us1a "t." hestt. MAr. -an Mrs.iH. p.rescn ocy at the iGanllei redSP]tucin
nhatt. costumes tirs mal Cn Iev.ayandn. n. al -- ...... a nexpertly selected exhibit Reducing"" ............. ...,a n o dt e
Lnsati ablhael. returned t, aeerun o dvent ure.tSpaniard 's,. oilscyp- -aSCHOL'S SERVIEI-i. C sa Fase's icere desire to r
hemwll 'em a v.sit to El Va iEe and otherru,--. cera'i.s and itho -aph BOSTON, Jan..16 (UP)--Twoh en. ry identified M ana gulty Nto l Ortho two exquisite "Semhol of Love" dpmonI rnl
Oneoft he.tulyntFer .usti,,n e,... ... duregg the ssnw threeas Harvedt Unieversity facultyI member W.lUa T ...il, . I htp.,.
.. au i- ta ,,Pasl, lwho Ps split e son ayn wesheo m neitbers a told Sen. Jokerph M .eMthe mant wh'&o r eu te r r m e mei.m,. eureeit whichltp assib -t~f o the luey'iIutw, 1~r~
penetram "'e outernStr lubfwwhllyeetoseberymeauhasput eiswen investigat-[the Communist Party In ., 3. Tn'el. b-21.... -
weekI wS rstaepani. an crell.ed are .. .. .fftrn.eed -.-e a
bareedaora selves. sin-fin~ite y.. on.e0sunisi, 1utDbrScasoll had rece-,t., you mry sti i
p-pldfl. Grmmda. Sh~eUc at 7:30 pl This will be aporm.- t.. t sne~ Sof.. =ti~e.uhl' n.ol. newl.-throuhL
..itur..as itWe meet the .Pcaisoan latest "o Furry said-he Was not a Cnm-
'"ilr that olaservo us wi o cth e trouoe
WA.ICnS room. Wemet the ramsonkull .vi-ew Ch irartyLatI 161 Centro
." ei pictured in a soelmn black and for e "etign-r h e. Y c"ng
SIM etured o a oftUh~e gnaqu Spaniat.dAs o h np or. ilsa, 0to IsentiOL'celled hIow-tnnaaF y hecw .
Qi" iisqueeze the employ air as if it wer During,. e minute eia cramcscnd ithgraphseBOSTON ont(U -party
WATFJHLPROOF th body. of a formidable enemy. KId4 h bse rite Fl andhendo ahe wl'edand he had UA.Ie
uTherc is i the show a series ofsTe r cka
17 l~5"t ~thro~ugh the e ci of children, paint- etd to answer some ofthUe quel- Wota from November 1948
ped in the s style of child arm, but ti o- ld hen ew fi e iih w-joh.Vune 1950.
c uningly. umiing the spontaneity punTnfeh iewfive/C, "is'
-The %age. him .at eMassachusets stl-i-mrd -ltie Natdln if.Pusey
Str u im At the age of 72', Picasso has lut e of Technology tdlationl and caiz h. for TefouMs t W,
ho fir. F -h eyes sc. miracles in every effoa Fid.wCe loya1 and-I shallagast e gloeasor,'
am thei r ooudeitnnt evlHtereeO :ea l becomes surreal a she said .- .mTsb.maW be A nodt er way o
f r L Simat Ar7 i0look.- at It with his megbc eyes. "I welpledI' bef Ie ,a grand. U @. somie of Mr..
toward new beauties, new excite- be- hd, "bute ot1 wo es|he h FttAuL
.. -.l lno. yet come whM he wouda s May : p hyt ipil d pt e woulds r t euwimes..ati of. ... u id:
,.e" wi"Oh blsful moment, do remain'" dconded,, he'-- wfUldmmn'-t hnnewnne/ . sdat eb
wPaulnhy. wolves ely politica t..--A Iew then' e
oth Furry and Km. seaidthat the -eaX-s crust JapaentI.'.

Coroom.W.eee t e ruiocltes he re- art icialekqlabs s nce-,a19.
d.'I reu to be a po l eval In--the lr,-ust. of Japan Is only' 12
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more sensible choice. No one typebl aa p e Wdga l
To Be Happy in aldmoldeds Age a uesaets s p intery, el ave. wod o
ustD ..n't Be Afraid Of It..... to make a mistake, so I asked Dr. ule~ .. aares ..
S, Neckline treatments newresortfash enerallycanbewornt hapedbemebyst

high, wide and handsome and asd more o-. el lwithwidenecklineu
0 Bsopn .TasttTdeserdeytime dpsigpsbltl oreh d ed aprbeadldiIa afoerdco bhueead re
Swhipsletter from They're Sure It's A Crime Interest bove bodice. Gold silk surah, dotted with whin te, te e i, partia b e
Sh e writes: "Isn't it silly? We do lots of other you must know what kind of at kind of ee
erin g.' are:.lso influences, yur .,,...

' wodehow.many women thingss, too, like trying' to buy BY GAILE DUGAS, high-rising skirt. Some high waist, lows that skirts are very narrow. waited and full-skirted fashion floor you want to ov .
e-actually long to give upmore and better clothes than some- NEAe you wos Editor ..... lines are belted under the bd rete Towearhesenewfashionswom-are not kind to bulges. They a
oratuggle to be young it woulvtr one else, outshine each other so- while others are smooth and seam en will have to count calories and designed to give an entirely new
ha relief to be unashamedlyially etc. NEW YORK NEA The baertheless. shop for new foundation g figure outline. New and challeng- care. .Or maybe y
edan to admit that Whflooriteau and wide V necklines (some With so nuch top interest. it fol The charitable, coewont show soil
e number of things about us thatwillconvinceusth timmore sensible choice front and back) are imrel
ofnd am no longer we ought to cry 'Uncle' andardsurfae flooring will sit to ist

o stru gl e t m nainta in. do wn t beinawhat needs wet ae-nmid'm a onrin thsne w gisor tadefa.h o
Don daUwnt, raon t BeA fi Oe t At these pries a. Yalrd g are thh
to makae a mistake, on I asked Drl. oltvoe tdbhe n onor ejeE f0thet-.

1 -eardoIfeeldthismprepaik f r T tou blewri t haten the pihce.forevr .forthe sscoopcoveri ng theatdowldm -wh
m5 A. O'yares manager of technic sta piepemy.
Neckline beatments In the new resort fashIons ane generally can be worn wltl q tllyout' shapid beigelinen- utum by al servioen shpeY F 9LO of V the largest

e. In fact, we spend more- girlish women c so sure tt is ahi and smanuE ctu floor products, On t thr nd. ri i
g to creat the illusion of crime for any w to act middle pae ue aterest summary of the relative merits mine taccld. don

take s a g re at dea l of tim e aged th at th ey h av e sold w oaftm b odice. Tf' G deh a sink uhi a n v rerui thn p eou m ardspcalt r s
i yerae not to mention money. who know better on the idea.. lt vied aeeof nno wsoir trAie-wodW
You can't hope to un-sell your .g hh her andor ford the nursery Oarof r n -ri
them the awful affont o be All you can do is have To defiTe thi e sn e nt hBefore, yoth read the summer t- ll exper

ad scintillating after we get the courage of your own convicad-pcummerbrundoppears.e n'"
Sdaace. We stn't, in any i ons. One by one most of themn must kno wht kid of she is wemeanl dinga t
wonder howpmawide dhlldtonmstoiketrnmtoeuBY GAILE DUGAS, high-rising skirt. Some high waist lows that skirts are very narrow. waited and full-skirted famhionu floor you want to rovets. suits.
act like what we are-middle will eventually come to the sameline ines are belted under he bu To wear these new fashions, m-are not ind to bulges. They a

VhI 'The End of ther eyeek' I .o"e
to acquaint the reader with teach-edl
while others are en will hae to count aores anddesigned to give an entirely new as human beings

e realism I have had severalshamedlycially etc

o thooteachers check every chapter."
sort fasons depeMiss Chase was speaking fromnd on shape
Soue and because the line an easy chair in the library of

w16ves and mothers. We have concluin-that .e w. d hpns incu ; years of

Pala left ever after, walls In this roes 'geo painted is put to derateev e en amal seeime.m
Md1 W paint a plaster wall bracked with the pale oeea shade aeu baeekgreud was. Tihe
ae'et ,was. given a sealer n4re*baLt After paint is dry. design will be picked out with gtit.
Muted ~k, t pver from paintUn aMiher wall, was used to palnt the wastebasket and put a
asprew border en the serving trsy the table ad lap shade Ia htkound. ...

BY KAY ST ERWOOD sealed. We use mayonnaise Jars accents of It into other rooms.
NBA Staf Writer with screw-on lids. The less air in Good little color carriers are the
.... ....:. d, .. "the container, the less chance for inexpensive plaster 'pressed-
What to do with the leftovers is "skin" to form on the surface of wood wall brackets which dis lay
a problem thrt challenges the paint. !figurines or plants.-After bracets
Springurw. decorator as well as "A .bacek undercoat will make 'r sconces are painted wlbhth t
the cook. Dabs of paint left over pai p'ai sn hades opaque so that leftoverdabs, you can add' EIile
from coloring a wall or touching ras t won't show through gaut and expensive-looking lean
S up woodwork can be turned into- 'tea ,l e lamp is lighted," says pickiLg out parts of th esie "
decorative assets bo build your re- Miss j Ithson. If paint is light- with gilt.
putatioc for home-malung clever- nio dIt will probably take two "Even though you've .eA ulatod
ness. ",oatp3 ever the black undercoat yotr paint requirementsa- 'tut
ho el ,e i snly a bimbleful & over,
.. b e to lf .dpytime aperance All it t.kes, as the saying goes, MM wicker waste baskets don't wa te it, says oM--at l-n
beEhevy' eraL e has made no attempt to is a little imagination and some also to the paint treatment. son. It takes lqbs than a lM bteftl
-U ie se at a e-plae hiere. Now (right) she peace and quiet while the children "But, !- .the stylist, "you'll to stroke a tUin line. f the
sll bto help l ft e r lae. And she is using nap or attend school. be sart to finish with a protective inside edge of a picture are, thie
rmials yle ladte the skn lea g no rese to mar her apperJ Helpful suggestions to spark the coat of clear shellac of plastic candles' of a serving Ut"y or a
Sor mm the bed clothes. And ithe morning, she wili not- groeeat a heyr ...
project come from Margaret Hut- spray.- Inarrow border on a wood lamp
chison. noted color stylist, who -If you've used a lot of one color base. But this small tough adds a
BY ALICIA HART femi-ine and practical: not only few preparations that it claims are calls Chicago her home in between 13 p room you may want to carry subtle emphasis to your decor.
NEBA Beauty Editor do they hide the ugl. pin curls but I aaptable to all skin types. lecture trips around the country. ----- --------
they secure-them in,.place for the j This balancing process is used "Keep he color scheme simple," '
LESS jokes have been made night. i Iin the making of the night cream she sa s,- "when you plan to paint I .. tt i
he unsightly apo-arance of And now a leading cosmetic aqd also ii. a throat-and.neck treat. walls and to use leftovers to J9 mn0 w at iaf U r e et
ekers at bedtime. Andliou se has, to its satisfaction, ment, dusting powder and the brighten small accessories. One or
lM, there was I tle the I. solved the problem of the cream- house's new daytime liquid. two colors are enough if you want -
IM do but good-humoredly covered face. It claims that its The liquid, a blend of oils, serves 10to avoid a spotty effect."
Sde joshing. iighttly facial care can be applied as a powder base as well as an Where to use the leftover paint? O I Beauty problems are so collas should always be voided.
women have to' set theiriand absorbed in just two minutes. all-day beauty treatment. "Apply it to wall sconces. brackets, eaty W r l ise that it is really Hats that have turned@up brings
id erarm their faces night-lAnd says the firm, the cream will "''he throat-and-neck treatment lamp shades, waste baskets, book ai many women fall to 0; deep crowns are best. The big,
their ar well-grmed work below the surface to moisten the first balanced product to be ends, serving trays and even pie- do about them. Appar. y hats tend to push the bead
tMhf looking. And and smooth the skia and tighten introduced, alo requires just two ture frames, to list a few," says a Soccurred to Uiem fartbe down ilnto the neck.
..mnen endure their te tours. minutes to be applied and absorb- Miss Hutchison. vth- t ueftering from the Collarles coa ts re
j es- and protestatt.ions led completely. So beauty care of "If you are in doubt about wall one with a very t slat
at.ber--ming permeant The firm has also attacked an-4:% -, face and neck can be a secret. coior, look to your curtains for ls, you wish to alse be good. Bulky fur ears
other, SM recent, cosmeticsl'l..e treatment is said to improve Iues," advises the stylist. For esxI l know your worst, bould neyer be waorn,
t ,10Ie ri p problemsprob *s- being the multiplici- texture and contour immediately ample, in her hcme Miss Hutchisson 6 ample those of you I To lenug ;then the k try t7
. m!ni:.qIsp a ty af IsU. Recoignzing the The dusting powder is enriched matched exactly a muted pink in e is a short exercise: ue w h M feet
** *r intr e, ueed mnt* It has com- with mils to minimize its drying ef- her sheer prirted curtains t' paint aI al things to min. lose together, the bees F tem
osame that are bam b very ined i treatnmets into a feLt on the skin. "for two walls. i You can even t on if h from the floor nd
another color in the curtains ie W I J il
a corner alcove. Paint that can ke i
'iM K~ a-l l~T 1^i t ar~ **t Iin hund-eds atgradatons f *0V^ sd aduedIpuhing neck
. colors, makes it a inch to "W ew s WSZ p (oSh
.. ..per'eLl match.
m a m m a After any lafge-seall .e:Ir
"tht eov ersia A W Mt I

her publuuishner s onice. Already her
earnestness hPd deepened the col-
or bf her direct, blue eyes.
While agreeing that teachers to-
day are underpaid, Miss Chase
contends that what teachers need
even moral than more money is
acd:ptante. She means acceptance
ino the community as neighbors,
Ko merely au teachers, and ac-
ceppance by the educational hier-
archy as thinking people.
"The public knows little of one
problem confronting teachers: so
many are torn between' the direc-
tion they receive and what they
are teaching. On the one hand they
are to allow their pupils self-ex-
pression-a-id on the other they are
subject to a' seemingly endelss pro-
cession of directives. The very
people who "teach self-experssion,
then, are often not free to practice
"Again, while they are expeSted
to uphold all that is puritanical,
they are not generally welcomed
into -the comfortable safe society
of the commurnit.. They are left to
tbemlives.' -. '
*.Te. teachers' comnudty swthin
. community is protrayed in *'The
End .oi Ie.Week" It b i d-iarb-
iag picture. Miss Chase's ,' Is

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"Fire in the hole"
A woman's awd vW
these words thrs h r
here. And momrt a
blonde rmis 't
home aind the S
dter a terrific da.
Bight years agol
man of West Ru
college books as to
try her hand a t

MM" Hari
by ater
k howam= a
me run ..eir
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Virgi"a CUM; ls
La grea ted.l'I 1 y4d

that It wig bq difur ein mgough
to be stimulatihg.
For one t ng, Miss CLaai Jhopes
that parents will be sin-ulatea to
widen the seope of the PTA's. "As
they are now," she aid. "most of
them ard fifth per 'cent for th. ipr-
ents and fifty per cent for the pu-
pHis.The PTA's could help ajgreat
dea to improve both the wdrildng
conditions an soil s the
te a c h e r s I n .
As revealed itshi bea&; 'r
teacher', life is one thiat will allow
the develoeat teo' tw.each-
ers like- V.irginia.. ,.gs: m.S i
know the lve c6 nn ip
of husband and- i l ( ui
Mrs. Wallace W. PlAt),' (e
stimnukatin of d4fttg aulth.i
ences from the lpa;'ptafbFt;
the excitement of ZbnaM4dw r
thoughts with owIOUancflv;e
ers. ) -
Of course, ethefs en -lrakf
through the bands of the educatihm-
al hierarchy and the' eomi*bAlty
to minlarly full lives. But the ma-
ift lawi. Chasse waraD a sec-
coia to ensitity ad mreae-
stances. -.,.
And gainIa,, less by bei shut
out of con.mmfl I they -bfoie
less to give. th. is one poit dor
parent -to poiderr..
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..... ::.. .... ,., *. ,O l eOffice of ltb x m .ot r I n
:-Among the attend dinge uest ,Those attending the asupperet
1* iii U- -rlesyti Jan. U were r. Mere Afogeme u indued Judge Guthne CW
4AA.M. E .*rs. Mildred XMs Owia arst Vice-Presdent, Mr.
0 -- O The Arm .lvert", Mrs. Teea "s Prier, Second Viee-resl den
S CTOaO lur MErta Sos, Mrs. Mg ml.a. I ydaer, Third Vice-Presidet .
7:. -The Alarm Clok Club C oe,. Mrs. Ioyce ew i.l a.l Statvn x-
a 0* OCo. (Wont) Ster Mors, Miss Mary Nthy, office o member..
7-30-The Roque#t is -I.da McCraw. Mrs. H wig
'es .i T q -er, Mrs. A R Frpelfs. Future meetings will be Mled af
Stel Trembleu, Mrs. M=r_ J ne the homes of membe and mem.
SIly, iss Ed Morena, Mrs. bers may invite their husbands,
1:- 'Mr. atl- o rtre fP attend.l
*ia~iM +a .-"+:g.-0r m**amm., *.Iv:PO--AI~e "" / T* hort M-,,,r,,-, 9ole,--lzed -->. *********e-i
1:J ^h. rd /e m Aura Rosa H ryFtiqdOtqOT W1^
IH B P Pir I;":.' 'I^-H4- 6 "'" "-I-Tarte, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cqektal Party I

12: tL Forta -i& hdidnl

The Ambaador Cbt the P

Bo. l a guay, Md. saI o muWilArea Dsaff Council. SU*to1
d e bride had bher attendants, dough.ter MBta An .l overthts week fromthe m-
lrs A x m 3;oH5adglhtnol Miss AnaClem aklofor; are vtig o e u chairman, rs. H. L.e-
S4 3 iWBtr and Miss Ruth Bu Ms Marcela ent days as gles ot El bride, wife of th. Commander-
ifXMBX l3:_. | tor lirdayf de la Rosa, Mi etei.a Heazo, Panama. In-Chief. Cariblean Cornm-
Mau alat -Stm rt a 4: Review Miss Nelita Cabrera, Miss Alma ---. I man..d.
m a t ,e S :)B--4 :Mle tor Wednesday a _3nte as brides id. The Charge dAffaires of Ftran CoChairmea of the Know the
a Thebridedou Faoi et.POT aale uan Toadll r r. GnatdysVnilrl Vsit or. omFre 11u tm amerlisa the
s !.a af Jualo Can t nd g. Pranama, MLemroi and rs e uabp are Mrs. Donald
loa *p ;l-+0-Flatur, 1rview ", P.o (S ) '" +. ,best man or .thbrsdegtoom. Mrs. OlIHvler hvq..as their haus a n ,,.,o,, n.,,-o.?
SBw Yo 6: Crios w reMr. guest for several days the Cu ery i ad Miss DorothCy.Brmma an.
*n f m:N WhilZct 's. .ouTF aMr Carlos Borchw^.Mr. Juan merci' Attach 0f Francp ta Gua.
Mr,. 1Ho .ubool t ?Ate Cdnai a Thud.av am-
S:00--nterlude for Muse (BBC) 7 org F. del.Qui-conte. evening 7:_0 .t the U9JWB
e hi M i, lBBON ao PORTS :- from the U.S.A. eowis r w the cere- Aniual Caerv- ArTemedPorces ervice Center, La
Sf :0--TbhIeReord Shop 0.,.'. ^ ,tt,4 pm, ny, a reception was hd lylthe The annual Carnival Tea smoai- rne
t^ w sbmg ^3 w fhor Wednesday 5 'S c shoof the bride in arue LO dored bytheCrd'airesone Coleg -o t K
-- (r A):-'ohi yo 8ford 8how 1' "l dobr,, Ar-Na Club Sat.urday, and the epublie of the C anl Zone
"-ay, jnk I 7:30- Vfr[ om the .-Plaho of avor- nd Specia entertainment wi invite

o- The Al :00-The ke Box Review M. d Mrs. Fell Mott of provided by C Luis Tovarnm Lal' Dance Cas
Olb Bio; m.a y on World ,Vthn1 (VOA). mt of their daughtc Ldlte exhibition of native c a rn iv al To Res s.ie
S Cloc lub :0 i.aa boy (BC) 10:30-.. wtures of PC 49 a to Dr Eraso ac, so dances. cla a s or si oen ll
im *7O11K)P.ee-a.-v-L Hoon te a.ndand Mrs. Ared"fOri tac of .omW
an i-ThA OAtl Hour 1100--Th? Owl'a Nest ell Vista," at a private gathering Those having polleras or montu- re-open Monday evening at 4.:30
Sln 0- lyweus Open Hous 1:00 a..-Newa-.in Off. of embers of the im 7ate am. a- are requested to wear them. and 5:30 p.m.: H m e k e r's
Varieties lTl Old Time Ballroom s. A College Club members al dance classes will resume Tuesday
S( C) .their guests are Invited to attend., morning at 9:00. All classes ii Il
"" -11:00-'lhe Owl's Net A..M "y Jan. 23 -~- e Arri als Admission is n 1.00 per person, be held at the Red Door, Diablo
1Og 1 Ia:00-New Sign Off A;0.- On The Alarm r. and Mrs. WilolidB t A. Stev. -l Ate Clubhouse.
81"'t C =oClub eyson, former old-timers of the bien hel d.at. .t heFeruar-y
ecr A ThnrCday, Jan. :21 C. llo n w residents of The Planning Committee for the CIh To Meet Tuesday
76:-Td A.M. '.7:05-News Canal, .Zoni e ax p.ea tor arr, e to.- mid-biennial art exhibition of the The Nava Officers' Wives Club
_Record :00:(A) On )- The Alarm :"I-Telarm Clock P c(lub B, ab pn from toa ted Canal Zone Branch of the Nation- will hold itregular monthly lunh.-
7 Rmeord (cotd) NOlok Club t .Uy eb p lavinite Durioin t s 1 League of American Pen Worn- eon TTesday at 00 p.m. at the
i:.3 (mla !; h .0-Te Jaz S l "Stae br Na is Feno en has aoieounced the date L or the Fort Kobbe Officers Club.
:0 .-d hMe Alarm Clock Club 8 150-Strictly Instrumental tey wi be guests at the e event am Sunday, February 7, in Mrs. Ivabelle A.gelini will speak
(contd) 8:30-BBC feature Tivoli, Anon. th Little Galler of the Hotel TI- on "The Traditions Be nd Carni.
new 7-Mornng Varieti 9::0--New . .of. 4a,,,,e-r a vso Ancon. val Costumes." An exhibition of
s. I M.i.kas 9:15-la et You (aBB ) a e ue or o ir At a reeeht'meeting held at the native pol eras. moetunas t nod
I no 8:4-Jery Sears Preaeta 9.:30-A I Re rf d MdrsoIt K. Morris- of bme of Mrs. F. R. Jphnson of montunos, made by Navy wives
U I:0-News 10:00-News Mr. a rs. hos or br- Balboa Heights plans were com- ttending classs tasill t bm Mrs.
M, 9- 9.1t5--satyred Heart Program 0S05O rf. t2 iVstec sperm eeld Thursday eve. eted and committees appointed Harry Taylor at the UslwJewllI
r 9:3l0--Ai9'eew rd ( o t4. ctat r home i o. members .it i. l.affair. __ displayed at condunetion with

GeIt 11:0 a-Metwhe Bnd. e f :rd--ThPlar.andMrs.willaamnA. MthC he ubhouse.
,'r Jcheon 21 .Can lZoneran s 'i ds o Plang I Of the lTucshela foretwhCl T oMeTud
1:S00-- la. .O n-eMusol a rmr .U C l tne e the. bation-Mill'Nt ooldAi Pre gulasso Alm nder Feilr.nd,

'":0"'Ne ...g.t a s m dthe ble viosf y, Turner.s Fein nd. aidlin-

: 1 J-fJazz moneES y aelSD their taY p courtesy of Ametaic cePeit; e and Professor Hans Jano-
itS8fl iin-slaw.il a nee laaO BwGenead mat e witz, pFlanist, will be presented TI
..-.. J A Va r ie ti es Bar f tlb(Natonal ToSuprFrVl.ris.t a c'ncert of cmbe"A- u- e Mo.
I28030 -TTh A erMic Jour l t eeor e rol ia- w n meh oldt at 9:00 a. Ai med ForcesSeraiceCnter, La
l1: .-.-Moet? ith e Band- t *gjB - neP. K.sBon rs. IT.

1a0 0llu BYelour FaVorite 'fab- aba Hh pnin gAos aere desao0 clen s and isind1 keps

'to-we 3;15pThe. Little yhow Paae ,zEaskd, to telephone Miss Doroat y with theeotbe USO-.Win-
9" r OW 3.HP-.g.forThursdroy tRYc Favoritl ahed to telephone Misa Dporoy with the ayortthe USO-JW
]0-m lefotu t a Ite ian, O-1072, before Friday admissl kaIeirged amilliw
4 :t00-Fhet RevIew j we oeei -o."
WS N PORdV r ai

S Weird I
-M:W-Th Win1E

t 4:30-.What's Yout Favorite
) -W t Your Favorite 7:0spItWp_(R )'.
(contd. 7 lM^R t, ttmt the U.S.A.'
. 6:00-Prench in the Air (R Dp) A
6:19-BLUN RIBBON SPORTS 8:00- ts from France
6:30-The Bell Telephone Hour 8:30-Here Conies Loual Jordan
7:00-LowiI Thomas 8:45-Co4nmearf on World
7:15-The VOA Stamp Club NeW .
7:30-Repor from the U. 8. A. 9:00-THB PHILIPS HIT PA-
l 8:00-.The Juke BoX Review .9;:0-T' turday Night Juke
8:45-Commentary on World Bro w lu-b
New a ...... 10:00--fimmy Nfiles and his
S9:00--Plano Playhouse (VOA) Orreiestra
9:30--Over to YoU *(BBCY 11:00-The OWP NWest
10:00-Timmy Ntflet 'and his 1:00 a.m.-News Sign Off
Occheltira --
10:15-The Latin AmhdrIan Sere- pleasUtl ne Symbols
nade BBC-Britlah Broadcasting Sys-
10:30--Musical Americana (VOA) tern
11:00-The Owl's Nest RDF-Radlodiffualon Francalse
12:00-NPew--81t Off VOA-'-Volee of Americs

W3NNER4~wl1 G. J.dffnan ts
the winner of the 1953 gold
medal awarded annually by
the George Washington Carver
Memorial Institute for "out-
standing contributions to the
betterment of race 'relations
and human welfare." Hoffman
is feher director of Economic
Coeratio Administration.


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Head Office: Pipn"tret cormw 'f Nasear New yrN
Member Fedew.l Depo lt insuranac Corporation


Cash and Due from Banks .
U.S. Government Obligations .
State, Municipal and Other Secur
ties . . . .
Mortgages . . .
Loans .........
Accrued Interest Receivable .
Customers' Acceptance Liability,
Banking Houses. . . .
Other Assets . . %.


. 622,572,57 ,
. 2,3 4 7,
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Deposits . . . .
Foreign Funds Borrowed .
.Keserves-Taxes and Expenses .
Other Liabilities . . .
Aceptances Outstanding .
Less: In Prt folio . ..

Capital Funds:
Capital Stock.
(7.400.000 Sharw-
ItS Par)


Profits ,

. 7,338,533,
9 27,641,71%la
. 56,014,21l7
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. 219,000,000.00


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United States Gvernment and oter ieltt dt, '
5310.3911,23.00 wer pleaded to s Uow ublic hi md'.Ut "** *
odtl nd for other turM m reaured oerotnild law. ,-
OVIRSEAS BRANCRnS: LeaUdo Pals ranlrt'MoriaB pTe .
Osaka Bays'. tsaimuanto IaW Juan. .. a lsaduee -
C.o.. DSad o- s sI" ".0 e+
O(fles of Beprsemlatives: Me, u "M, Air- ge -w 5 w
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...... But you'll leave happy
And who wouldn't, with such a marvellous array
of tempting hot AMd cold dishes RU you find at
P All a dtt to bold and a pleasure to eat!
hac bye by To y Nufioe' Torfeaora
From 7 p.m. hi the paMto .1s person
With the flag-raIling ceresmtiles and the first
vote count for in. in the patio.

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You are cordially Invited to DRIVE this wonderful car
with new fully automatic

You may order a new '54 Dependable Dodge for C.
at the following prices:

DODGE ROYAL V.8, . . . . . . .
DODGE CORONET V.8.............
DODGE (6) 1KNGSWAY............

Z. direct shi

(150 H.P.)
(150 H.P.)
(110 H.P.)
(100 H.P.)
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Cen al Ave. Im4
NJo. 3 Lottery PlMap
Fourth it July"Am

uti sehold Automobile.
--Leaving zone. Must sell FOR SALE:-1932 Chevrolet Coupe
'jolnuary 22. Double bed. good condition. Tel. Panama 3-
r Gall 4-442 4:30 to' 0771.
!" -IFOR SALE:-1949 Chevrolet 4 Door.
.:-.-Simmons combination duty paid, clean and perfect. No.
U pouch oad bed practically 2044-B. Curundu. Tel. 6161.
i0,00.. Large mahogan! FOR SALE -1952 Morris Minor 4
r with innerspring cush- proor Sedan. excellent condition,
0.00. Phone ,.-2584 ,onl 7,800 miles. Priced for im-
V 22, P.ablo Hghts. mediate sole. Telephone Balboa
10 Piece bamboo living-i 2934 house 0922 Amador Road.
'with 2 sets drawerS, ma- FOR SALE:-Pontiac 39. four door
iCina closet. 9 piece din- ( u, pd. $70.00. Ber must
se t, Misc. houehold fur- let battery and license number.
harate 1525-A, Govilon Rd. ,hone 1577 Balboa. No. 1577
.phone Balboo 3339 Govilon Roade
iL; Overstuffed cha.r, I FOR SALE:--Leaving country. Must
.WeStinghouse Laundromat, sell at once. 1950 Studebaker
iele. Westinghouse Clotheis BARGAIN. Nicanor de Obarrlo No.
,,.*0 cycle. 110 Volts. All 23, apartment 17. in annex two
I Ap good condition. House blocks from El Panama
4A Gamboo I
W- -- Laun- FOR SALE.-1953 Ford Sedan, V-8.
Westinghouse Cutitomline, Fordomatic, 7,500
SJ'?0 Cyc, practically new,1 "mile.. Dean Ferris 2-2655.
'.al Caoll Balboo 2-3263 or '--
o484. IFOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet Bel-
l t Air. Top condition, 2 door. CaHll
%l : Westinghouse elect Allbrook 86-3193,
f, tor, 25 cycle, B.20.00. '
FL Arop. FOR .SAI.E -1953 Mercuroriatic 4
----- door. Price $2.100. House 2162-A
;--Smeol four burner stove or.hone Curanda 4205.
&Ill venefith blinds. Call
p 94-A. FOR SALE:--1942 Oldsmobile Sedan
-$1 50 for quick sole. Curundu Qtns.
.-efrigerator 9 cu. ft. 25 2211-A. telephone 83-2110.
guaranteeee. 3 oc Bamboo --
pI mixer 25 cycle. 2 porch WANTED
0,e 7-P, Rainbow. I IN T
Nt-aDeuble inneispring mat- MimcellanPous
L t p o g ap $ 45. DRESSMAKER-To sew by the day ,n
nch $10. Curundu 6285. my home. Phone 3-2475.
.urnd5-- .WANTED; -'Party Iqoving Isthmus
hvpin iigroom. desires. hQmes fo r eoutiful pett
"l Ea TAmne y-oang cots fond bf children.
S'Telephone Balboa' 2870.

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okl< Cocker Spande

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. Help Wanted
WANTED-Maid cook., enerol work.
Sgod salary, must sleep in. Ptrejil
st Street No. 4. tdp floor.
Position Offered
ANTED;-.EnglWh speaking chouf-.


FOR SALE:-DBby orchids. cor6ges,
bouquets delivered~ Ofywhere Unit-
td States, alis )oct.. rdeus for P11
Occasions. Tel. Orckhid Garden,
Panama 3-0771, Cristobal 1Q33.

DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical ClIirit
Central Avenue "K'" street corner.
telephone 2-3479, Panama.


FOR SALE:-One Mellink steel safe,
proctlcolly new. Apply 8055 Bdt-
. boo Avenue, Colon.
FOR SALE:-Horse $40, bridle "and
bit. $10. Saddle, $15. Taylor, .2.
FOR SALE:-Blonde Cocker Spaniel.
11 months old, accustomed to chil-
dren. licensed speed. Call 87-3105.
Can be teen at Qtrs. 4278. Fort

FOR SALE:-Garden
tachments Good
ama 3-4987, Box

Tractor with at-
condition. Pan-

Panoma' top record shd /
London rr LP Resrdls
Westminster LP Records
Urania LP Rects
RCA Victor LP RC
Columbia LP Records
At regular USA PRICES..
Central Ave. No. 30 Ste. Anm Plaes
FOR SALE:-As is and. here is in
one lot, 8' Bench sow with mo-
tor and stand. 1 Lathe. I 3 Wheel
Rand saw. 1 12" Jig saw. $115.
00. 14th St. No 8, San Francis-
co after 5 p. m
RCA Victor Columbia
London and Panama's
Wetrminster music orj Grecho
Monllo Records
Paonmois top record's shop
Central Ave. No. 30-Sta. Anq Plaza

Real Estate

1Ramns-, e our gardener, also minor house '
-lH .i .. dufls.. Apply Ancor, .. 0. Box FOR SALE:-3. Jtn 50' x 20'- fur-
meetnil : 531, giving brief derais, previous nished. 5-room house, on Eagle
ucil.tt bo experience, Croaig. Lake..Mt. Arab Forest, Pro-
r"" ANT 'Th grb.e stpr,..fu 2 4t prie. Dpwnspairn
er or o hl^M~fl^l;2 -" Ets l ,, 0. iyok, $50.00 per Y 'olh.
\-. 0 and Spanish, $80.00 monthly solo- Detais. a'tures, 0.0 Mr sMillo
p r4 gyInversin s, nol house 54 Third SL New Cristobal,
DAUM ol Fb OrNationoIl jAvenue No: 38. phone 3-2747.
.osetteddb- was FQR SALE:-Sonta Clara. 1l;e ronch
us .ldef. type house Redwood and concrete
S ir fr %,the IVW W ea I suitable fbr' country home, club or
% in h T i income property, also guest hodse,
>.-Mn. wlth tle tra- 25 thousand meters. Short dis-
lenW, Parols,;.a.n Crew.,. trance from beach. electricity, ci0y
.T., p. ack water, also windmill. Bal. 2644,
nEplorer T TaN wvi or 2830. F, .
M om iapctlon., ane? I
Burrnal. and Crews wl1 i FOR SALE:-ln Arraiin lot of about
Lt in. tnelr eight Stan- BLUE POINT, N. Y., Jan. 16I 50,000 square meters. trees, wo-
Rntt (UP-- The family of Jerome ter. etc. For information caln Pon-.
Trave de d today there's orria Tel. 3-3570.
As- AdljJ t- 4 t -iI 'T '..R SALE':-8 acres front q Tront-
isthrlon Hfi-hwoay 16 rmiles from!
..Pana c, 1 cents meter 630 me-
a' vYieh M P teTra$s sthVsto Hermosa frontino
dard rtin w 7 Trhssth5manian arid First Ave $5
Ir,n dard r ctlR 'wi1 5 meter, A',4 acres in Volcar'
l. rilron and Arc a- frOnttnq Cerro Punta Hghwvoy an'
.p a -tiver. 5.000 ft, elevation, ,th 2 -,
'. T coffeee tree Ond small furn:he
x.a'r wi et th cas house. $2, 00.00. Me.ssner. Bo,
17 1~ etaior' oC r-ciad o- 912, Balboa. After 4 p. m house
DId tdUlorner ,Rlb- rn .on 582 Son Juan, Ancon 7 a. m.
ae U1 r e,- 3 p. m- on'loy to Friday, phone
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Gramlich Santo Clara Beach oetttges,
electric refrigeratipn, aps st6ves.
moderate rates. Phore .6-441 or

Santa Clara. P &.tiurW
liIr. Phito. e b 2.* -

WILLIAMS' Santa Clra, Cot-
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PMipba Oceanaide voH Santa
Claim lma 435. B ePhon
,4;ine 31877. CrlaWbol-163.
KHm an b M1S, onta uiOe Also
in COOL Caipoa. mimntln&
Phone $IRAPNIL, Nbuoa 1988
o "a caretaker the..

FOR RENT:;-FrnMished House. Three
bedrooms, parlor-dinlngroom, two
baths, kitchen, patio with' bar.' 2
car garage, and one maid's room.
6tb Street, Golf Heights. Telephone
3.1245. Panoria.
FOR RENT:-Chalet in 15th street
Paitillo No. 117. For information
telephone 3-1886.

FOR RENT. -- halet" 3 bedrooms 2
baths, living and dninngroomn,
maid's quarters, double gorpge,
back of Belisorio Porrqs, between
10th anl -litth.St. Frori'l 2 to 3
p. m.
FOR RENT:-Furnished chalet startt-
ing February lst. for three months.
Uruguay 8-B. Phone 3-3873.

FOR RENT:-New chalet 3 bedrooms
near Panima University on the
Hiqhwy, $1V20 00 monthly, Agen-
cies Thomas, 259 Centrol Avenue.
FOR RENT-Cholet three bedrooms.
parlor, diningroom, kitchen moaid
pallor. three baths, large porch,
one small terrace and garage. Hot
water connection. Furnished .or
unfurnished. Call Panama Tel. 3-

ATTENTION I. Just built modern
fumrihed. apartment, 'une t wo
birooi, hut, ca*atllft T&N
_eplone Panama 3-4941. .

FOR RENT:-Two bedroom apart.
me.t. Screened Ideal 2 cqupes.
Se. 'it 34th Street No. 22.. al

FOR RENT:--One three bedroom unit-
furnished apartment with -s*lb
main bathrooms, maid's rop rt'aoth
etc. All tiled, screened, recerttly
painted and with hot water. Phone
Panama 2-0027 or 3-076).

FOR RENT:-Nicely furnished s$ofli
apartment bn Ave. Peru, focirng the
pork. Tel. 3-0746 3-3099.,
FOR RENT:--...Ecellent opportunity
to still acquire one of the few. re-
maining aoportments in the newly
constructed DEVEAUX building
overlooking Hotel El Panama: On-
ly responsible parties need apply.
For particulars call telephone 3-
5177 Panqma or inquire at 2034,1
Via Epalao road. |
t RENT---:One furnished and un-j
furnished modern apartments.
H6ose- No. 1, 1.1th St. Parque Lea.
fevre and Via Espaao. Phone 2-

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P frej, 2nd.

ha v-'lo .a that AMnrfcanI V
n ono sc ,lephantm I_ i '- ...
L. by lt, if r they are. D -AVIS, C '^ -- gge
b Th9 eik n--born wife of an'ru en coig an have co rn
ilish vldount lont noted for ined to the Unera Cali-
her salty wit, escaped without ')rn;aJ riculture school 6ere about
Iitury Thursday night when an- exploding" waterpelons that ehat-
SOtler car "ran bane Into" her,. from traffic bumps and cost
She blamed the. accident. thous-nds of dollars losses.
Itwower, on rain and sleet
Sthe camelon enabled her The Klondike vanity of water-
"* tfW'lWrf thea ery nClest melon has prom so brittle that
p ,liei=fte I.-" t~smes hatter at The most g e
The mah in the other car j)stlings. Damage losses paid by
6 ~Darfield Thompon. 54. of Avon reiht companies for ruined mel-
wned VaC, suffered a slight head In- ions some years eucededthet.-
ovias Uy. Lady Astor was ridinz wi'b Ij ;.Lm. from hauling
today her el gljf r. who w eMl .
after hurt. reading prog. is under
ear. .'I walked -about half a mile here to.devJp a.touier-akInap
Luis ad neot- hieked hme un and on that wul.ea. r .-
k the poUc6 station n n
rair Chatr le *le, where I had aW l ,a ef ,
ado- delIhhf time" L44 AstoWilcr at-s Ie .
S d, t ,. ,mr. i.so To Abdicate .
a el -Said It's t Tt awful the w ay
u-the bigT t.ks a Mni t. tiS
.ucb Amer"i.can reads. .t,
l'Te blg'e pthck 'itf fl- A V o (tJ*p)5
Into- eeth, 1 .. "like 0 ia mte e to
-,_ a._. l e e -rif m'M iibe
while A au at it. Lady aM o thcd aaO
.JAo "commented thit" Amer- .... ...t
a1 wwe,-rful to be abWe Reud! it ( g,.MW ..

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1950 Super Riv., four CaNs 45 No. 3 -N T r -'l '
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Sources. ANf Ch.NWtlaa .
Bank on Dec. 31; AL aulr-. C and uwly.d49
passed the cbrrP.di otali baneon Dec. a
on 8ept. 30. 1953, but .were be. to 1$,478,27415.dOP
low the 1052 yera.nd flrM, $1,6,7o.2 o9 .e.
,I the bank rbpofted in aUInx I tV.iaI 53,M.0688 on Dee,
statement b. eondltor for pub. I,-B estafents in the United
Icatinon toity. Government; securities
c. year-end weie $926,919,111
Total reurca In Dee. 3S, pared with $1,110,553,477 s
1953 weri $6,62.461,65S cm. 051,413.375 on the resi
eared with 1 .,553,147 6 o'. daadates. e
at. 314 ,7 4 on The capital o th
De- 31i. 1epolt amount- I,000,00, and i
ed to $5.062,087,42 compared wttih .219,000:000. W AjW

I i and x5 247 00- uri uthe year A ier paymeui to $ ;,7iuuu, a0na dn rwsi e
S l 150.09. o n e2i ettnvedtw es.'-- o a400,f0 1q- divideAWde dui- l4M.over-the. a B22 .
| I -it tandin Mon Dec lhi tge year and the transfer It is noteworthy th e
31 1953 were $2.393,68.410 com., (.' $,000,000 to the unillocat- reaerveas exceeded the kitt earn.
S,____ I. pared wth $2.3712545750 gkSElit e reserve In the final qu r, ngs by $93C,0.-
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1947 Super, four door . * (I os .. D r change
L Seda1, plastic seatI :- s3 1952 Au mIM Pt t T W.V
.co i radio, s KEarni.s
seend car for it Dividends onI Other eurities ..... 9377 8,94 42 7
i Oi$y 425.00. I Totineat AJ.dends .......S1W.....O..'3. 7:g- 1$ .5 .:
SConu oni, es and Other Earning'991s ....... 1,99 18,1 ,71)3 (70)),
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iTh cars are all priced operating Expenses
I B V Maue book. Come in ar ,.. .. ............. ........ .... $33.17
anl ok ar0ppd OBn our I Retiremet n social erit Taxes ... s , .
u tb .-lotfc- e have the other affEx.,x,... ,. ***- ......... .. 3,521' 2
U est prced cars Tetal Staff Expenms............... .... $41,587
ii F.D.I.C. Assessament, ..... ......*.*..... 335
in" Interest Paid ...................,,' 7 ........ -25 $
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"_., ..:*.".-.-.. .: d 't ,n :':the : -ls. ,. YORE -0 .A)...1 A .ew -.RCA.Vietor, has dea a..great "".-- .. ,;
i... sasl Y ro Th tos or"r p.cngrt .amd '" lcCTo

"hop an art ertel the TV eet num' an 40. s Spo; or a p>r clasion at, onc" sold . mu.- h heart If .they wapt get o ot e5 S
Sform to tch print books or prints of gret art The ys of me al

other topictr l .-a n4 .. But she'-- stl pretty .ch tr ures. singe re all over, ""thevocal tar M

l t fa n; .rr iBce*I f Thorato's Corners gal, and if you Te first- issu by Cimdft. in- said. "Th- payiM custom want a sto
esde e lft ther ytt s m ABB Jeffre o date in f-k. r o o r s l Wol 6Bh d t har and ot st an a tor. s
erin is a root. Tha in phony. a e Rapode tomato rete the lyric f a so to 6 p.m. an b er

A to T h lt i pwI son' She tlk et ly about se Richard C oing Stephen -oos- singer began. with A, Jol. and ds
rk e re- Jo Cott t st ter songs ost of the artists are today is exemplified by Edith P
re ,d Shp0 Soul 14

B SSS llr ood tOLLYWOOD, 15 -(UP)- beilg introce. to: Na: dIneg" billed.by poealonyms. but aII are "Most of your .ccessful vocalVl ha. d eat
Ot ad o O* l I Marilyn e led a t C ole and th s t their de. ists no perform instead of just o
Sbel Jo Dmaggo oveg r when she auditioned orner, l he Camden lab el brings great sing their songs. They lyr of Mi

boule tast. _Campb4 m t-e rt favorte Sonde A 1 hA d "He wasn'tlookig at m e," she price range within thel reach of sin r tells the story. You've got Mar Blanehrd on
Sr 4. tract o ti. l ae er a i Ameran lies i. the roma in department said, rhoWs calln how she tel e lt while all. It may open a vast new mar- to Ol and believe what you're arPne- .p olpto o -i
S-had som o lm worth fur But Mar in a while'd neak a look at Sim THE POPULAR SIDE: Lo Margaret Whiting advsesat s .
Dr CBo ad lyn h -e.ben f W"he d first o met him I gusss e ke ,in r rSS per, are aePr, paring young sJnl d, "with ov *r.
pt r, y adto "Brit'h new prosperity srr It all worked out.' however. She Your Ears._ They're Dty--Eat Pt if the gercn onvey won the o f
w"r '" '- +mra...te. p "o" et b s h dhe a'" r a 'a Thootdnth gjob h records "e, scad. oYrnou r T e f t'ese oI sat._l s .u. n
ades r i '..... '-" sopr enagada in wa rI aeg marriage and two thrlv. har. it lovol, porfete in e l n A Las Vetaas stars of the day womd have a Statistacs show tha it
tb e Rea nt k eynotes the batted c- ne ste ho this out for her o Midwestern Mste

0om ^ -hfo ro.a & aeng gownr et t leHl W c ie s I L didn't know, hACK CAVER eside e bssn? Inm oh rds y four mon be. anrer pon doollo
n ae n H as e i T and seaman JzDo bu- NEW YORK ()-"John Murray t Wof" late ofhh After that shocker, dI tealind hedIi ttile o

mobile H dng Vis of the. ring" a i accurate n e r ont. That' in Canad" bears the S ot' a v or I's "Ra pode tomaton rete th lyrics son geles.at elusive bit of This wis qi sW
rape, 4.1 I t lh stor do uamet .isp.edW.n4 ,o, -ots --il. New .eork sof m nues to thasill bed. lnspagnol." plTW stiihter itecri. ding "The trend of the sincere type o d
ATny .os :wShe tpkfa uro ftedwabout so eiag Richard Crooks doing Skepheno os- singer began with At Jolson anmi "

'"Ifi ^.^ ^ *-.1 Smallest Library shhort-amonAphsi. 5fBr not bit New se rvi t vtnoA ri .oom drov rn btrorun
II ., .- I m ever Falls re- o Co ns o n te r song. Most of the arfis ere today is exemplified by Edith P, shell nd rde ma

r e M" w n et hOOaarrid b --lP)- being intrN. ce4 (s ato $ i lm th rig" bar led by pseudonyms, but lWl are "MosIt of your puccerd slful vocal- Ki th h b I, e
trmae to" Wi e Marlg. e tvleed a esho and so s a th ere n rform instead nf just blonde, was awa ed
Sti -'Ova.fo"-e. o8 the Aprmarn srU snce Jo- Dmgo.ovn see autte Am o 1 e T l. Tr dor ab e ri .

w1 o t M3o; .a di. s H1s "r to' ^hC11P sselaer Conpu
ascrvlytvicathElce or.le'In eorH wtoou a s p ra wh t h o s o Ytelste. Yu've gt Mr

EsIh W ALIMG eOCA n Rio fn 11 Red HLL c al
a"iout 1AE T Y .Cau.pb. of the Ki "' will., be the t!rst ines in the romains department. sai, recaLling how nbe telt while '!!. It may open a yast new mar- to feel and believe what you're earned soblrueant of "Mtlu _
bedee 6te-' a -ea" e ws tio a tm e eed pri e eang wit t ireh er t o mie s ety e *ot hass b e .we

B ....... j V. 1'h(-5. ( ?1 e Fraen k ch y' x m lyn have beenfe , When I first met him I guess tit'e" in years--"rve Cot Tiose Margaret also empbasizd tat Julia Adams. a fetchlng

Dr A RES IAN. 22 a .B. rk vice on a bllynd dnte gi ua It llio red- ten c oors.3? b auri SLIC :*nt'. Ccn o Canada, .and 1 from a.
Thomas. dte fl poe sait of thritish u 5tYe It l worked ot hwevt. She Your Ears They're Dh'-Eat portane, i the singer an ovey won the nod ro

B' CAMPBIERD .,N. 24 the full o-piatioo the e Br "if|s huave te B^to.e anterewtotwlo
madendileaot ythshe' Ltob1her records are good Your Eggs ad Oatmeal-Rush to his message e withh a fidelity. trtiw
rea a l r h a os a sh e nc e oin.On School' Blue." Jimmy Boyd sings "Some of the biggest sTging Melon Patch of

wAde scmilty IBt~d 'beauty tob a o balt uite, "Aorer's 1----t-- ---moves,*PIe^--o
rs. i tL uisenn d ypefriendships capsule, to bye Leart'd In touph tme whining prizes with good ya for -oUyw o
Ssrs.hw t jm r of t l, eoetbteS 't 15,. the then eidi tr A rcontai among other items voices Thi isn't said to be. Leading
teIo Nal a s t if t fthnd wWoh "Lmarried the boy n.M)is 'fnrhe s,'n.M
*.iF r aStid Ab.uefmose soriei gAMOa : has dr a lteurin four- lp n tr mhieT e durig L past' 1
NavRyear mearriageN0asadv is6AiTohryouhtTPatatlethn extcehen- onfseerssgsI u- Wro and thestonsn theio r isaclved ehanlaer. w.aoaa-
nhonNstrug68etT.othpike "Thesco entdry.TheSinceHeyselt
h,0rH.O NI-) piOcT AI1RNan1 e"OldNyeOLDbtThe broade ao otye turebally.ayv
Grout tu rn- cR eisMk tes ,the - Marione oserahome tC another. Margaret found this out for her- of the Midwestern Mdster
e t lithoesprig ictr Mearoe started nr. ro w y ONn/CLASSdS:i Are noue self when sh m turned profes- Assoaion; Tony
0 Willisde vI I4 i Jh orsbId fr as eV A tho e sound fangsg whoesintheirsTh "M
;' 11 r,, i Is Ba r adn, Robn H .aor Sy, haikr t lh- her father dead.-H sWite mnd----eto iti ne y phonyitoalper' song e l a t sted n r a nt itd
9W ievening gwown Hav oritrbao d"Hwas:n.C.e beside a bassoon? In other words. ly four monthes.Yo v et et
I 1 rotft .n he selec tedf Ht aimAll. IS may opra anVast new"moraon cream ry ndus'4

mobiGX 's#'4n- an a uC IOlDd e*poalne oH Slagwtlka"aweor
e .lre hLapp, nand. vein- derW ALmao b rhe instrument savor each tinge of "After that shocker. I reaied ed the tl o "Mr.
rape, o'weCrci r e sn t ore -Hu__n______umnn havebenkhe Ifr"edIetitringleaor -'iaiGot haret hals ive bi to f
cl stlorke ei_ paked love notes iii his luncd boM. name of a man who has staged lyns? Then Westminster'e recording talent known Waa sho'manshin and
D Wewe many Broadway sh s over a long of flimskv'-Korsakov's "'Schera-' set out to get it,"i she admitted .
-efu e irati rn ae parachute atory. A pl- e of years. to say .nothln of
CuIdr .....m raty ... .i m. .. tuea i n the coss pandy mag thalne led the Riling Brothers and Bar-oozadeor is tEfor yn. ArgeO QuadriSe t opined adrius bndey sand
m msIs In Bever Foils totmodelingweJbanda movieon- numd &l aiey CirkUtson the vet, ordcntsctheoVieneye. tJemmyoyelingt o the" rbadlift yhe arstoSim

.4,-Bitis__ _._ _inwar -The smilieut library lmr a dwlw fervent fe."She eralooks s e perfetr.ithsome new Clm rprise with each needs&" she adde "'A chance to
i'and s in use In thk saofth Nw Y k divorc. Doughertw now, cop in It peialr Tshater in theara y sin r
Sceommunity. t M..' Romance No." fr i'ndMarilnp mater of acener and costumes. performance.--BL learn the businei and develop his
bLtI 190 ytgemen, "and took be desired, Anderson again has in- Icapsule to e Pl int bad."
dgvshein"tI e sd wgno ts music ad lyrics leave alotto Proof of Margaret's 'theory s
three fc.layames.d Ther elsres0ielI helped tse she onf ve gssfor be desired. Anderson aga's h:-D in- S"Anthon "'s urn Aroundichat she has been one ot the ton
to"e tai n oneks, is thbatlk.W n dulged a long-staing passion for (Lo w Douglas MGMf
"s. A#*n i T pnLt" nIee,n ene feetot high,Aind married..... him "beea I' never n Oscar Wilde story set to musi'ic, oy ad tht on of h r
I ;t,, ani -" .9 and ,dne and p.efatohrimee there are a ed. -fiNhWdapitwords usually is n the best seller
[sp i l& IOranmoISh. As Marilhods en..,dimton, Stobes ad som Gr'ft.mantl. ( Manl' adne

f ..,onufumnh lusty comedienne over for the f-st Maleneie, Capitol); "Parade oflo h
61 .8:5H0,.- n ,Fu" .utr hoL heQIM a shek Bme from y e ", and Billy De the CIaowns "Dvid note,
S .. .... .. ...4tm ". Vilo Wolfe, a comical fellow who ha y oGu)l "iermony Bre~e" (The TROY, N. Y. (U.P.)-One out of
nAIlkItMarilynbensea mans eDN pY R -roently, in night Four Lads. ColnMmriy)i "Cru Me every 1A stude nts h t RersI elas
SI :.4 = -1=b- ...l.,n.of the-an accurate H rIe ri vwere happy, -andsh,, even--- o "..And movie for y"bears bhu .navorAea" (.inl Dea, poly ,.ntq hv.talut i vebt
E cEsthr..WIL-AMS. Red SK.ELTON d i N M iHsevto- y.
.O N WheeCeotury Fo studio where e1st- -w f.om a e ount "
NORTHndOtAWANoE, N.eYkpa-elanded a contrast. -Marlunboften x.namerofa.an whonhas sthow ap- OP I"anUinM s Wairer Collegentkonr how te
ii iAmotion pitur screen war a beautiful dito0w alris osr-Yeg two o,--throuh most of vilstfodeititn( lsheioo"ithir) isM5 -Sreiop
MudrsL.yte "'measures- tW.atbha-Ptrachutteyt. Awe.reth o'k e atch se y, ut h e celestfon of eight previously .drinfe r ious
They'reiwell.played byeJoeTSaye- Venee heCligsrthrsanwar
9mtr r.erad e n toago, agebt DaYnd moarvie as, -d mla she mnoe, robust material., livan, oc the pVino, with iO resented'road4fortw oaell tbeva i. .
,,A U. JAN.. Manufacturing. Corp., hicago. Marilyn. she'dlmeet ai They to eshow cold in a c rhythin accompaniment. Twenty are from o bs e from ndeat
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'no yesterday shot a four-under-par 68 to tie S'. .-"
*iAmmy Snead with 203 at the end of 54 holes in tl--
'!-hole $7,500 Panama Open golf championship. Sneac'
'h o started the round two strokes ahead of Roberto,
$atned in a two-under-par 70.
'fie way Snead and DeVicen- Among the amateurs Jaime
are shooting'makes it an al- .Caenz has a two-stroke margin
sure bet that there will b. over Johnny MacMurray who
a42w Panama Open record aft- had a bit of tough luck when
be final 18 holes of play to- some of his putts barely missed
dropping In. Saenz had L 74 for
record is 274 and was set a 2 9 toal as compared to John-
"Vicenzo last year. A 71, ny's 221.
der-par, will tie the roe-
da'0 will break it. Thusl Here are the cards turned in
B ,e wzo has been under by Snead and DeVicenVo.
U each round and Snead's
Sound has been a 70. OUT
cen has turned in Par 44 354 434-3
of 68, 67 and 68 while Snead 44 353 433-34
Y' score reads 67 and DeVicenzo 44544 34-34
wS ether Snead will be able ar 435 444 354-36-72
eak the jinx that DeVicen Snead 435 444 345-36-70
I the Panama Open has DeVlcenzo 35 334. 344-92-68
m wil be seen today. The othci 64 hole totals fol-
baterday both Sammy and low: .
played excellent golf, 1 6 54
ead having trouble with Cooper 70 140 7 210
utts. as usua.. H missed a Harper 72 141 70 211
other on the 18th reen Martus 72 142 72 214
wouldhave enabled hmto Watson 71 141 73 214
Senzo goi^f nlyto tday.'s O'Donnell 70 143 70 219
ire packed play. J..Saenz 74 145 74 219
'crowd of about 800 persona Ch lstiansen 74 140 80 220
wed the threesome of Snead. ,.now 71 143 77 220
e"."V2w. and. .Skipn Alexander Molina 72 147 73 230
d the layout yesterday. J. MacMurray 73 146 75 221
under's Same was below hia *Oatman 76 146 75 221
standard and he shot a T. Jankus 74 149 72 221
rar 74. D. Ooodman 74 146 77 223
tnlo rCrda turned in a 70 'Macarron 79 151 72 223
aye tck into third place '. Nevergall 78 149 75 224

Sthre pros behind Cerds '"tarrett 77 154 75 229
T'exander with 210. Pete Rdriguez 73 151 79 230
wi th 210 and Charlie Crocker 73 152 78 230
pe with "1l. '. Pchmitt 77 156 74 230
S- ". enz an 155 75 230
llnlo 7R 140 82 231
1r e ?'. wthve Lter 81 157 74 231
tge Softai iers C. Maeurray 79 156 75 231
,. Mullrr 76 150 81 231
i I_ I. Kullkowskl 75 154 78 232
nw Expreso lolon R. Arias 79 150 74 233
xpre C .ol Beall 83 155 79 234
I se Norge team. champion of 8 Riley 8 5 79 234
Po Riley 76 150 84 234
lenlor League. downed j4.mith 74 153 85 235
'"hO Expreso Colon team 5-1 a Tr"m"Sr. 15 8 235
I::o. a l nstltut Tr'rn Sr. ,81 156 80 236
il0.I rl, W- rvel'ev 77 153 83 236
-j rdncrowd. e .r IA. r,. ferrons 81 159 79 238
pi t ch. r Nathaniel .. Faskplel 82 158 80 238
S R1r pit .i ther Nath R. re 'lo Casa
'"h Umited the lo s ol rt s r 1e5 O8 Q
r.9 Jr. 152, 87 239
hito. The eNor 1" el-W. LeBrun 7719 81 240
.e a.. .otalofr ^ D rB n ia"i s 82240
Si t~t' A. A SaarfiAin 158 8I 241
wi tle eaya oD. Wetmah 83 241
6while~OD r-' M.. H. Mahone 7 19 86 245
h two for'tbe, i T. Ruis 7 1 83 248
5 .two-run hormer The losing g, Mill, 78 157 93 250
Swas Smock. F w FMorrige Jr. 79 159 79 283
Wa O ie lCarm a 76 153 Picked
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S' .an Fra o raded r_ Td M, ola ..12a l the coml''ete hi d..h. + ..- ^a t.
-o ni Cagh t no A havingg strike.
.P. moier Jockey Wgt.COMitMENT ODDS 74p, be tisg ?e H itotrecord
ist Bae5 0 H" NativeH g.. F-1r.se 75.00 P0, d less: 11:45 o sfrd of 729, set te
FiMt. ,0i of tle tD-ubl e Melanson's d was. leam In the'-1953
1-Malaya R. Guerra Ox-Ih nice spot here. -1 the more oun Us ? uasown's'mark was aet while 1 I
2--Avivato. A. Ya1 lx-7-DeaneroHu at times 25-1 recehit In ry to f _lm- ehSur Agecy bowled 1te it
3--Cos0 Lirna A. .O i lx--Could upset tI.ngs 25-1 r is re llt i ..a. 1 Pangma ,, i.
4-Camaron .. Agprre 115 -Mutuals favorite even to chaR12e l the 2ih i tself uuwas a high-
5-Risitsa 8. Mbno 11i -Rt urns from lasttff 10- right for fi in usity m atch. The Seymour tw
6-Tap Lady Fi f.s J 18 -pood recent rmaes a 2-1 ers instead .iL. mid- em a Won the first game 959 to ta, let Jo eD
7-J. Iuincho J. Chuia06x--Reedy for big one 5-1 glen .d thrd -., .the so me 1025 to l, 1.e&ou 3e
8-Lolto G. Sa.chiw08 -Cold all the way 5-1. wlith l a comfinug co pr out .
'* 1 M & ^ ^'f B through in the'final game with ""' "br
:- /o--.... Dlmo a terrific 10 me to win it. from a t.il. -
2nd Race "F" Native 4~ 6 Purse: !275W.0 Pool elose.. 1:15 . -- w ening nhe othirdgame. El Pn- t r s shot b a
Seepad Race of the Daouble SA H tila IiS a took pal, giving Brateg w n
smsu, amls tk ...,givingBrao.kwr
1-La Horn B. Alrre 112 -Atet No. o -1- '" each team two pointss of the Florer l s. o .ad t.e
3-Tuira Mena R. 105x--Clo r Ienh t l. 30-1 |UI oter-math of the l t_ a E
4-Vjllarreal A. Gonsa. 960x-Poor recent efforts .30-i 1 "'. tWh vene -6L thfoe. arsttea mla t-of atrileru h .tm.-rMUk .. .oaJ
5-B. Time V. Ordo. 110 -Distomice to liking even TO conduct B the p tftom Sears, thelat- of a e mne' should bh. a 1-atlbr a^ d
1Dan1# V. Bron lu03x--Is good sprinter al2p' -1 wi- USm l Snm. as&h t,%?W t ..:... t* 2It,_
w-ath .. .NK U._W I I-to. e.. ts kib t. s9e 2 ton _.,n -is
S-.boarde ars the second 1009 to .. ., a
3rd Race 'Non-Winners' 4%F Fp.Tcrte,. 1 Pof* doses: 1:45 The boardfl f the i. S ?, I ad .Nash the final 942 to r clod on the lead
.0?tbTWO Clio .? jtall 910. t otlJes took Dba1o le
League met at the or Ha h the last tae A ar
1-Baby Baba A. Gonza. 97x-Nothing to recommend 15-1 building Thursday ts The. present standing of the s, i dt, wag 5by
2-Muchacha A. EnriQue 113 -Blazing early speed 3-1 officers and m a l tem a 44 I"I ',I ....h
3-G. Glass R. Vas. 110 -Classy newcomer even for the colg ea .C uharles am W L Ave. i f I r weari "
4--8olNaclente A..Yeasa 110 -o Dmdn't belong 15-I Celand Me i -e waMfd com- ymuur Agency 45 -3 952 1i L u
5--lovanni y. Brown .103x -8stowtlxt Improemnent 8-1 mldloner of the lesaMdla4 J4 I. Pama 4 34 922 .
6--D.Wend s. Agulrre 1.10. -Inood form now 2-1 BaI raceda was t aiA.d .pub. t Zaft. S1 37 913
D Jed A r 11 L good o lic relations .h. Joscel.n ..0_' 26 42 919 Russell Field was the scene of --Con
Evening wa reselm prw dent. -T- the individual average a hard fought game wit Carlb-1 --- lag .20
4th Race "G" Native 6% Fgs.Purse: $275.00 Pool closes: 2:20 own of h elas 5 booed his be.toaw esCo d, ulur fine 0, .
"" officers, the boa tatively I t el 200op by Bank by a score of 2-1 on Thurs, -all 3.20. 2
1-S8rena 0, Mazue. 112 --etter horses here S-1 Ist March M o.a date for blUn the .lrt to do dso this day, January 14. 63-Oolden Bound $3.20.
2-Coranp Mena R. 97x-Fairly good sprinter 20-1 the 1954 seaiea. pard plans a 1 tl 'cU McLeague since Winning pitcher *J. Fisher Jirst Dble: (Resore-AIm,
3-Plropo E. Dario 101 -Would pay fat price 10-1 to have a seven-tea league like dWiber led the league during pitched a one.-itter. strikingm-ut s a) SL.M
4-Diana B. Aguirre 110 -Dangerous If breaks 5-1 last yar. The board has aet ou t fl a st eight weeks with 20K 11 men. . J, a gAC
5-Regia R. Guerra 107x-Barly speed only 20-1 invitatip_ s to* the fBalowlg The present ten high bowlers inr In the 1st .hmrog. sha-2 rtot40. s.o0-
6--In Fin A. Enri ue 115 -In t ick of it 5-1 tnams that particUtU last _a, Cl t ,c.L mgue are: d.,froam 3rd .ba_.wberaii_ .y2.t0, 2.20
7-Black Gold V. Ordo. 114 -Excluded from betting xxx m 0: C Wtee1 1 ei poo ame Ave..ered on a hard it.uground ba.
Sos to, GOuardla Nacltoal.arlem n 200 Caribbean Commanad spoed& a. Oelwte o, *:i "ftl.
Note- Black Qold rans out of Sporttf. Panco. Poweli Garage Baleer c gaIa in the 2Wu malnkt Wim a Me X la
betting. and to R dolfo 'lfl" Topi whs Coibert. 194 hitbatemmi,4 wAnd .And a& :-,
team is unuVmed..for a metn& _wea 193 ror, -. .. .-,, .I
.. ,,. on Jan. 22 at the RBO Jun=ir gbftey 1-7 e best play othe game 2 .. '
5th Race "C" Native' 1 MiledPus: $16.00 Feel deses: i:55 High SchooL St. 19 1 c4me in the 5th n ,a- when Ch
hu Wie .191 Caribbean Command executed a abS 5.39.
1-Don Jaime V. Ordo. 115 -Distance to liking -1 Sporting goods stores, are to pgoPer I0o brtIlliat. double -lay with .J.
4---Fru Fru R. Vas. 110 -Rapidly improving filly 3-2 an and may .be -s.nt '- Me ".cores of Friday anlhts Wet. n-oweI theof ."
5-Petite F. Bose 113 --Oy sprinter In race 2-1 Ribow ty Major SoftUall matches: . run t wht Ca- t.T
egue. C/ .Vice-president, Box S rnoer Aher ribbean Cimmand' urler.a4lde
15F rlknbal, Canal WZlbe, 205 86 171 4 ft f two hit batters and g
th Base dTPue:.45.00 Fol cloa:.es3:35 at 19 10 400 t wk plusa badfilttding lay
6t a ace of th Doubl Ot offlor of the tBC aSL we 171 20" 5= wic netted them a hit ai r- 1-Atoml.
i -Darlene. al. 118 -Has baten bettor -1 r Jeff4Ns Joeph. vtepres- Va Wie- 160 31 177 7 TO. o
2-Neuiinco A. Gonza. i12x-Distance, too Short 25-1 I1den;. jesln..C. smI er-l Mam 34. 2 4 748 Wet B 'ank.A ,bhialra-4...
3-Alabarda A. Ycaza 109x-In good condition 4-1 r tr oe t I blet it
4-Delhia R. Guerra 113x-Returnp ftonm layoff 10-1 Baunage., publk relations 9 102 9M svw but the game won o r tea-
5--Bolo Joan M. Ycaz 107x-- mood recent races -1 let and Herbert Moffie, ofilalv vs El Phnasma fine control. He struck out sit S r A x
-PaBlo oan Chuna 10x- o 0 a-corer amnd compiler. Edwin Earle Waggoner 195 200 b23 618 of the first seven men facing 1- c aeal 21.80. Z..4J30
x 51 U es' interested are asked to Coffey 20 227 223 654 Wand youngsters -off -to a o 9Vzi 440.
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.. , ,the bard. The league Eady 182 199 574 start. During the 6th Inning tb het wi. l. ldU acknowledge sute- Stamets 184 -- -- 184 lut two batters, to face r m)
't7 "r06 knpartVViAi..etiI : itins from its fans that wi h at -- 158 204 371 went down swinging at bl fast X,1I .acl "
.; I Second RuseIaefthe 4:6 .5msake the 1954 season a good -- -15--- and curve balls. I-Hutlacaao $8 231
one. 948 95 104u 12M Caribbean Command will pW i-V.- te ) 41
6o Mena 1R. 113x--' FortM "tS10-1 a' --.------ ort ytyw saturday at 9.00 0t-w : .I .iTNr T.
Sa E1nrlue'tl W 8-1 a-r. at Fort Clayton. d e ) I
fnrta E.asuo Ile 151 The box score: -
ranero B. Aguirre 1116.. even PeAnf l stin h $5.I0

S 84" Imported -%4 F i oka.Gieb : son, lb 2 0 0 ies.mted in he ext'ase whit
th a .' -I'7- te "' r Schmidt. 3b 3 0" ** ank. with a ground rule dou-
S." Fisher, J. p 2 0 0 ble A the bottom tt le sixth
1,-Cafai o B. Agulrte 1 ii fi* i even *ACt LurTLE LEAGUE to sto0 the -hard running eata- Howe, c 2 0 g that tied.t1te0 r.,
2-curai F. Rose 110 IO2-1 Standings oays. For Sears, Ri Watsop Metcalfe, cf 1 0o Ja0 1 fl06- 0 t d ur
3-More Fair E. Dario 100 --. 6u, 30-1 won Lost bwll oe on the mound. ookas' Rtoland. Jim 1 0 0 J aoGMIl.R 4 Ma
4-J. Anne A. Gonza. 97x-- 0 hiP 30-1 Sears 3 0 like 1aft ther good gani, Folks, Paret, If 0 1 0I bu f a.kM.I .a,
5--Bartolo V. Brown 1 lOx 15-1 Z lnegn Ufe 2 1 bettor be on handle Fisher, R. ss 1 0 0 bases betweoI tW j t o-
A-R. Signal F. Hidal. 11 Smur Agency. 1 1 Th 'box score: **Roland. John x x x be'a _endfsn
7-Roescrea. V. Castl. 112 -C frj_ 15-1 OItar Ltf 1 1 ,p,44 e,. _ll eum -
5.-Radmaste_ r A. .a 107 s.. 5 -1 ftks 1414 1 2 I,|TMOUR AGrNCY Totals 1 2 powe f lbattng. = -Wd tro
0-AstorIa J. Cadogan 106 15-1 pce 0 3 -." ,..'- a I' hFpe a Batted for Metcalfe in 4th. sacks. n,
10-LAgation 0. Mazue. 105 -Wo t B- t -1 A '8 RESUL .(" 1 2 *Playing centerfield i 5th.
.mour Agebcy S .p 1 0 WESTBANK
Mh Race "F" Imported 7 rgsoPr. Ft6: et closes: 5:15 A GA l n. s3b4, s 9 0' 0 0Cabrera, as 3 0 a0 ye 't0
S ONE,,M -'-- .,TWOf -" ..m Agency vBerrs uro p 0 0 4 0 Berg, 3b 2 0 0 also. "
ST .. IA u~~ch proved Elks team PrL 0 2 1 1 McNabb c 2 1 0 -Sace it ned wln-
I-M Mason B. Aguirre 110 -Retunrqs' good shape 2-1 poaited teir wtin of the sea, c wan, if 00 0 0 Scott, if 3 0 0 blu.ni ,an
2-Scotch Chum 118 -Good r"entperortnances 3-1 sag edgin Beymour Agency by mrr, If 2 0 1 0 0 Aqul.era. 2 0 0 'w.-
3-C. Prince F. Rose 114 -Couldore price 10-1 .oa to 2. Pearson was xxBatwright, rf 0 1 0 0 0 Franks. Ib 1 0 0 W
4-Vialero 0. Prescott 118 -Not w jt. 15-1 hurler for the in,Price, r a_ 1 0 9 1 *Torres, x z X t
5-Malltn R. Vas. 115 -In w i now 3-1 a ys while Bright Allah, rf. lb, 3b 1 1 0 0 0 Bergere. ct 2 0 0
-V. Darling A. Ycaa lI08x-Ins e 30-1 o fr e Lodge Brothers. Brockmnan, ef 3 0 0 0 0 sutton. 2b 1 0 0 fu
7-fNumbers E. Rilvera 11 --et tu lSong rest 15-1 I- i Wa.w olveCd n the final ..... G- onzales, rf 2 0 0
8---Nittlear V. Brown 115x-Drop a a 15-1 ..... Totals. t 4 **Linfrs, 1 0 0 'fo
9l-In Time) V. Ordo. 113 -Imnruut'l 5 last out 5-1 s p broke the Ice n tb*h One Out when winning run was -
0-Carmela II G0. San. 115 -Surprld "wime boys" 5-1 whftn T. Bright doubled seorge. Totals 19 t U 1
Sci home on Corrigan's x ated for Morris hi the sixth. 1 Playing right field In StW ,3b A 0 ir
Inted for Price In the sixth. *"Playhin left field In Aih.- . 1 1
0th Race "B" Imported 7 Fgs.Purse: Pod eloes: 5:40 end of the tifah the -o -. 1 :.8 1414 Score by Innian .. < r,.U, j$ I 2
.... _-- ., to0 with Pear- urdla, rf 1-0. 0 0oC. Command i10 00-2 1 1 R 4
I-_oMrera M. Yeaza .s.x-.-2p Ml 'it -1I I hlt pitching tight f f 2 0 .0 Westbank 000 100-1 1 a HOdges, o 4 22
2-Bendeguz J. Bravo 115-Bae st .orm 4-1 .. five and three -ts for4 u l* 0 1 __- -Abeer.r.f 1 1
3-Noveno Mazue. t11 -In fight to finish 2-2' e 0 00 Rained out on 2, '_.fw* arbwal I, lbs I3 .1
4-.Taqulmazo v. Castle. 120 -Hard liqrse b beat '- of the sixth 1- i94- d, Ib. lb 3 S j $ 2 Port Clayvtoi IUttIe rs a r, rb x
5-Anglia V. Ordo. 110 -In thflt H N tod 2-1 Iihe biasesoeI thie. 2E SI 1 O 0 0 and the Fort Kobbe Bt 'l h | p D 2' 0 0
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et hlewe aqu ,e otiM de- W0 the Biem-

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i=" aid the same tustee quoted above. He VMigat have dd- inor league parka., .. o bo rta
ed against Leahy and Notre D e, but didn't. Aswer: The n.fti cl for ike An.wau"' It rehni ng f -" !
home team to deoMe speelal should bei'led
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lull _it ,yet MV NepcIotre -i !t wobDam b as United States and South America. -. -' En how tea wewthm r
a_ e..vi -. 11ai as the 6011 wftt a ',,a'.,'La 0o
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Stateside, This Article On The Panama Candl Was Heddlined
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B 0WJ M. 'McEVOY, writer of
: {ia article, visited Panama a
little less than a year ago. He
is one of the United States'
I nbest-known writers, having
S 'cored successes as a novelist,
playwright, essayist and hum-
nrist. Presently he is an editor
of the header's Digest. This
'rtlele appeared in the Denver
r st.
By J. P. Mc)VOY
0 Everybody knows that the
, f'anama Canal connects the At-
S lantic and Pacific oceans: and
.#r that reason most people
think it runs east and west. But
it doesn't.

It runs roughly north and
.3 south. Confounding this confu-
?'aon, the go-called western end
Uf the Canal L' really east of
the eastern end and from there
ydO see the sun rise out of the
Pacific and set in the Atlantic.
There are many other surpris-
t but little-known .acts about
tCe Canal.

St is not the brain-child of
the Americans who finished It
Years ago. at an estimated
-.n ost of $375,000,000. About 400
rLpear ago the Spanish con-
,uistadors made the first sur-
eWy for a water rotute across
the Isthmus, to avoid the grim
Gold Road which tourists can
.t fl see-a deadly jungle trail
r which the fabulous treas-
l te of Peru were carried en
Seate to Spain.
; It was a murderous business
.V .or those few who escaped the
ris of the jungle and the rav-
Sof malaria and yellow fev-
Susually found lethal charac-
.orut like Henry Morgan the pi-
ae flyingg in walt at their jour-
%ev's end.
.ntno digging was started
til 1880. when the French,
ded by Ferdinand de Lesseps.
had successfully engineered
Suez Canal, bravely waded
o the far more difficult ven-
df digging a ditch through
mountainous Isthmus of
'Lesseps thought It would
a mere eight years and
000 Eight years later.
than a quarter of a billion
had been squandered and
t kn a third of the Canal-
st part-had been com-
Result: a great fiasco
cked France.
er try was made by a
nch company, headed by
of Eiffel Tower fame, and
ailed. Todav. tourists
On the rusty old French
gu, and you realize how
were to cope with the
S great shovels and dreds-
ipecially designed by A-
n engineers 50 years
which dug the Panama
I in less than ten years,
e then the wonders of the
Today they, too. are
afedi by modern earth-
g machinery, which
chew through the Big
in half the time.
e Panama Canal is about 50
long, and the six double
which raise and lower
85 feet are each 1000 feet
Sand 110 feet wide. The
n Mary and the Queen Eliz-
are the only commercial
Stood large to go through.
te of our biggest battleships,
ew Jersey. with a 108-foot
can just scrape through.
all-day and knocking off
ete in its progress.
O largest airplane carriers
get through at all. to say
of the supercarriers now
iously the Canal Is too
and the loeks are vul-
tie to air attack. Even
heg vulnerable is the Gatun
which holds back the wa-
aseeusary to float the lhips
the olhk.
water to supply Boa-
a day, some 36 million
is poured out to sea to
shin through. If this dam
reached Gatun Lake would
dry and the Canal would
a for the two years re-
for it to refill.
bring up the question
er dcussion in Wash-
: hat are we going to do
nsot a nwn question.
-HIMI was bura out of the
le by the Slansh-
Wt Ofr flet
m f* 0 fldttns d

sw'eal r '~~e

Insecure Strategic Outpost

Ing in time and money, And m- Lack, whereas relgacit in-
measurable btnBeft to our na- ricate and gigantic lo kt1141al-
tional security., nations would, ie obvlo* tn-
So President Theodore Roose- possible, to say nothinoi'the
velt pushed the Canal idea two years it would. I uI:
through Congress, after "consld- should the Gatun dat ,be.:e-
erable debate about where.it stroyed, to replace the .water
should be. Through the years, 40 supply. '
possible-routes had. been survey- But before we start-fq.hbnld
ed all the way frpm Mexico down a new Canal we shohal4:&kke a
to Colombia. new look at the Canalt e have,
Congr finally agreed to buy. and the little country of Pan-
out the 'krupt French comr- ama,.with whieh we are inex-
pany, v 1. had failed in two tricalily Involved,0
attempts, for $40.000.000: and Under the Treaty of 1938Pan;
then to make a. deal with the ama accepted joint.reapdfisbill-
new Republic of Panama, which ty with the Uhnted States z'or
had just become independent of the defense of the Canal.
Colombia by a combination of But in 1947, when the United
political shenanigans which still States had reason to fear that
remain somewhat obscure. the Canal might be attacked,
We gave Panama' $10 000,000 suddenly by. Russia if the cold
outright for a ten-mile-wide gap war turned hot Panama declin-
of worthless jungle, inhabited by ed to renew rights granted dur-
death-dealing mosqulWts and ing World War II to 13 nillitary
other unpleasant beasties: but bases vital to the defense'of thit
we further agreed to pay Pana- strategic waterway. This wa
ma a yearly rental of $250,000 in done by the unanimous vote of
gold, forever. Panama's Natinal Assembly,
Some of the members of this
When Roosevtlt 1took us off assembly-now members.,of the
hen Roosevelt Iana i took us offwe government of President Remon
he golaccompanied hirto Washin
uoped the yearly. payment to ton wherethey werefikvlshw
$430.000 of our depreciated dol- theiwpfesins of uswervi g
lars. representatives of Pan- friendship to the Ulited States4
Now representatives of Pana- What does PanpAma Wanthow?
ma and the United States are pnncdpaly Panama wantg an
huddling overa.newtreay.rev- ever-ipcreasing cut of the Canal
This follows th stat; vislt"Wo t* without ai r dddit4onal: 11-
Panama's Prelenht. o06e 4pti otab .y to help maintains Wode-
(Chichl, Remotan-burly, affable. tend the Canl- and lthout
simoatico-and tough. Am chief making avAilable to d the bands
of Panama's 3,000-manr police neoaary to do tht.ourselve4.s
force-really arvest-pocket army r .nama also Waft her mer-
-he was a president-maker in- Its,to hlive iore of.i t U. 1S.
til he decided to make himself do0las trat now go'g wto
one. nal Zone conricesslopalres- who
He explained his visit to Wash- can undersell them. Fair enough.
ington rather charmingly: "I Panama complains of discri-
didn't come here to seek for mination in sne Canal Zone
money, but for justice. And by when it comes to the employ-
lustice I mean a larger share in meant of Panamanians. The
the Panama CalWl receipts. In truth is, there is a certain
other words more money (The a *11 o ant of diserlmnaslon,
tolls a lrage per sh p.ahd growing out of -olof atd -an -
totaled i7, st yer.) guage differences. but the
The S tW. aq-e a only lant- leading Amerlean unow in the
I amiVe .%.. ,-, t dipaoaic Zone the AFLIa Canal Zone
doubleIta fWnthe U.. tax Metal Tradess Council has
payer who u44 tt paid for the gone 6n record in favor of
Panama .Cai..-not Panama. equal pay and employment op-
The VU. tapyer wiped out portunities provided the Pan-
malaria ad W ] fbver-- not aSunians have the same skills
only H i Vi Q i-Zone but. li is Amerlcaffs and agree to
Pana 4it the most produce an equal amount of
halt ,,oaItry any- work.
where True. the Even the most patriotic Pan-
Uni t do0'this for akanians will tell you privately
Panap mosqul- that these are not popular pro-
'oes 6 ow ever and visions.

lnalarf- tiS w ave miles for a
blood qpeal ur.,no mind to
nonsem -;, 4eroational
The US. kbeps the
Canal to i .0 a tremen-
dousl p a-overhaul.
ing ant blocks. con-
stant -xind clearing .-
way l I Canal must
be ma ned'tid maintained']
highly empeteat personnel, and
protected by tl armed might of
the Unlie M a.
Pro g '_ to the effect
that Il less impor-
tanta age of air-
lifts Is ousrw ivel. Mod-
ern _W n. wbirht bv moun-
tain $ .l which must
be nm0 "in jlis. Even the
Korean ciaet" increased
the Panmna Canal traffic 500
"per cent.,
Further, if the Canal is to re-
main copmerclallv and strate-
icallv .useful. tremendously ex-
DfenWive improvements must be
made. ;.
Just hat these Improvements
should e slet of is something
about whik the experts disa-
gree. One groun-srpues for im-
nroving the present locks and
building an alternate set of larg-
er locks to supplement them
Another group advocates thrl
building Of a brand new sea lev-
el canal as soon as- possible De.
tailed surveys have already been
Smade for this see-level canal
and a mile-lon, miniature fac-
simile has been completed where
all the'oblems have been sim-
ulated ahA solved. Including the
moat eo Nroversial-the great
difference between the high
tides of two feet on the Atlantic
side and 20 ftet on the Pacific.
At present the repair of one
lock euts the capacity of the
Canal by half, and waiting ships
have to queue up in both oceans
for mies. The passage of one
major battleshin ties up -most of
the Canal trafile for a day.
It has been estimated that it
would coat around a billion and!
a halt dollars to increase the
Cnal capacity by improving It
Btke Iutf. problem of vul-
neralty to air attack or sabo-
tage W ld still remain. A sea-,
level .a though coating twice.
safer. A simple earth--movin
r OM S-,W ck"
>v--lBt.e>a-- s, imotttl

are not permitted to.tUforown
a place-to lirve'apd, de'n't
,matter -how. lng or ithfully
you 4lave work there, when
your usefuA dayt areover --out
You go .
Where? Whb cares? With what?
What you hae-tWeenable to save
on a Gov~rnment salary, often
low compared to similar Jobs in
other part# of the world.
A Suez Canal pilot, who has d
relatively casy job, is paid sub-
stantiy more than t)ie Pan-
ama Qual. pilot, who ntust be
skillful, iough to bring an ocean
liner or a battleship through six
narrow locks And a twisting
channel only 300' feet wide in
places. And he is one of the
best-paid eraployes i, the Zone.
One old-timer recently tired
after 45 years of aittfful set#ice

'Bub o g differences with the
government 'of Panama are not
our only headache in the Canal
Zone. There isa a little matter of
ftow we treat our own. citizens u
who man this vital waterway. two.
When the first Americans went
down to this jungle ia 1904 to
dig the Canal they fated in- .t
credible dangers and hardships.
Special inducements such as free )
hospitalization, 25 pet. more pay E
Ithn similar government em-
16yes In the United States, and vie,
.he advantages of living in a hbld
tax-free area were held out to tri
10te these men who the safety e t
and security of their homes and e6t
jobs up_ north. They were given
Itelo e they were establish-
lMo new homes where the op- ton
potunttes they created would -
pass on to their children. l
What has happened? At first
they were charged reasonable
rents for the shacks they In- F
habited but rentals have IVu
been raised to exorbitant lev- MI
els. Today these termite-ridden Pon'
barracks, neither modernized remir
nor maintained in decent re- wash
pair, shock the visitor from in hb
the north. heart
Free medical attention has Car
been taken away, and not long younu
ago the U. S. .government an- sery
nounced that the 25 pet. pay by re
dMterential would also be abol- to his
shed. Whisk has beenf temporarily in~ ti
averted 'bw. the Zone unions, but ar
it is coming. n
The health reason for the dif- Jehj r
ferential, however, will remain: helni
medical authorities agree that endd
all employes should go back to reta
the States every two years or progr
so for a vi.t in the interest of ear,
their health. lathei
The Canal Zone is like noth- "U**Z
ing else over which the Amer- yvine
lean flag flies. It is not a state, found
territory, possession, mandate or Mn 8
even a district, like the District chfldr
of Columbia. ae t
You might say it Is a kind e-
of Indian reservation where I jtu
the inhabitants pay American the
taxes but have no vete; where The-
the landlord owns all the reIlS
twees and the trading psti coa-
but the inhabitants ean live
there only so long as they ed
have jobs. v
If you are retired or fired you their
and your family are shipped out
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just onece SA'weMi o- of the hued Ia the gupus.
A'i lste'i e- added clue: you would cvor call
truthbfl -ekea this!
One piouIblO solution Is given ainwbhere in the
page, but dCa't look until yet try the prtobim.

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TV To wlh ememne a desk of caryav' wiS no-
-that It. thy hav, deie paintg ohneteIo.
Th1 poInt of tie ,embem of the ac 'f spades for
Instance, to t- 11 e dO 0tion. L'e niM e o hOfrtm baa
nve points to o ae M UMotla. T mev of diqnudo
ham. a odd pip Aeith abovo or below the mnter.
To make um f Iti ImnteoMtng ltuttls remove
aU of the gtin fstmh the dd*c. Artsm them so
that an poilint in the me dedti M New fan the
polfters me that someom may ioom heard. Turn
tho carda mn in your hanud; hbive the person
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caling them by ae.iothe,.thAb
their own--W2iW Ow.E m-
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tIlek with his C& as, sying it
daes "CaI e palnts!" "Cane
points" I'qL.tI1" His wmad
now ponlats to t amdle coseh
and the con*alate outside
names It unbehultatlingl.

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tUs? before a Qfau left
the North Pole to make lhis
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answer Wa, "If you ebtftat the
num i of reindeer 'in my ta
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United tates, .and aft Ot to
the sagU at the Rolaq nuaeralsa
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'* LONG i RUMORS -about various Panama
and =ad y b closing down came #ew
to being a reality the visit of the Asstt e-
retary of the Navy. Raymond H. Fogler, accwpmnie
by the Under-Secretary of the Am ad D. J .l
The two high Washington bra, sd on their arrival
,at Albrook, that they were here to investigatee dupli-
cation of facilities" and other lnter-service problems.
Jioweve they seemed to concentrate specifically on-
Working on a tight schedule, the officials breezed
rough both Pacific and Atlantic side hospitals, cov-
ing in their helicopter-aided tour even the Army's
lding where the Fort Gulick hospital was once
However, whatever recommendations they
have seen fit to make after the whirlwind inspee-
tion remained undisclosed t Zeonlans. Fogler con-
tinued on his e jo ey southward, and Johnson
took a few days off to en)oy Panama's fishing
grounds before setting r down to the second phase
of his business trip here.
As chairman of the Panama Canal Co. board of
:directors, Johnson will preside over the quarterly
board meeting which Open$ Tuesday Four P.C. board
;members are arriving today and tomorrow. They are
Karl L. Bendetsen, Maj. Gen. Julian L Schley. Mat-
,thew Robinson and Rear Adm. Richard E. Byrd (a
new member). Edward Bacon. recently appointed as-
sistant to the Secretary of the Army to handle Pana-
ma Canal affairs is already on the Isthmus. The
board will meet at Balboa Heights.
One week after the U.S. Navy Privateer crashed
and burned while trying to land at France Field, the
death toll remained at seven. Two of the surviving
seven crewmembers were still unconscious and in
"critical" condition at the Coco Solo Naval Hospital.
and five were considered to be "good "
The Navy has appointed a four-man board of in-
qciry to investigate the four-engine plane crash judg-
ed to be one of the worst in the Canal Zone in many
years. During his brief visit here Assistant Secretary
of the Navy Fogler stopped at the Coco Solo Hospital
to chat with survivors.
Albrook Air Fortce Base was readying for one
of the biggest air shows .ever presented here.
A good-will flight of 15 U.8. Jets is expected to
arrive on the Isthmus Wednesday at which time there
will be a "static display" of the planes at Panama's
Tocumen Airport. Jet rides will be given to six Pan-
amanian officials.
Climaxing various other displays will be the Air
Show to be held Friday morning at Albrook to which
the public is invited.
* One of the smallest local draft quotas since last
July was filled this month. Only two then were re-
quired for the January quota, and the Selective Serv-
ice board on the Canal Zone has been notified the
same small number will be called for February. The
sharp drop in quotas from 25 In December. was at-
tributed to the world-wide order to cut down Army
The United States ClUsea Asseeiation, which
last week protested the barring of Its prepient,.
,Mrs. Frances Leagmore. from a meeting attended
-by labor and elvie group representatltes who heard
'the results oef the Boos, Aena f Mamifen wage
differential survey, has received am answer from
tew Governor.
in a letter approved by the USCA Mrs. Longmore
had asked Gov. John S. SBeybold to set forth his atti-
tude and "anticipated relationships' with their asso-
elation. The governor's reply, however, will not be
made public until the onen meeting. scheduled to be
held tomorrow at the Margarita Clubhouse. At this
meeting, it will also be decided whether the USCA
protest will be forwarded to Washington.
A oery sent to the panal Zone's "Most Disliked
Man William A. Newman. revealed that the General
A'eountint Office official had not vet seen the Boos.
Allen & Hamilton report. and could not comment on
the results of the survey.
"he Canal Zone Bar Association has a new pres-
ident. Public defender William J. Sheridan. Jr.. was
newly elected to the top oeffle. Ira L Wright became
first vive-oresident, J. Morton Thompson secretary
and L. S. C.arrington trer,-er.
"'he Panama radio industry was busting with
arc;vity during the week over. an adminuta.tionf
bill 'i re,- lte the operation of the induFfIr.
Both labor and capital held meetings to dis-
'eu4 nnd review the bilht for the purpose of mak-
In- re'---vmendations to have their interests fully
"'; bIll probably will come up In the National
As- i:v for a first reading during this week.
.- r ::i'ne meters will be used for other Dur-
pos h n chr,-inq motorists for parking. according
to as'"nun:ement made bv Fellpe Motta. president of
the arrive to nave Panama's section of the Tnter-
Am~ "-.n Highway through nublc subscription.
"otta said Darking meters loaned bv the firm
fhi neerates the business in Panama City, will be
.Inst lled at nolice check points at Sabpnita. David,
Divisa Prd Chorrera to enable motorists to deposit
the'-" n"tributlons to the hirhwav navinq fund.
"r!pmo A. de RodX. who was re-elected oresl-
den nf the Panama Chamiber of Commerce, lashed
out v'rdrcsdav at the government': tax system and
rlain .i that Prnamanlans nav the hirhect oer capital
taxr- mnv other Lntin American couqtrv.
neech to the members of his'orrenlration
t" *'-- .--o..mvht uo enmntaints against "unfah.Camnln
Z- -moetition with P.nomn merchants a Prhudl-

and France, are l
ings to take place l w W
trol Council building, n11 the
city. The, Russianssay this area is.
ciA for jihm.A -, '
It is tnlortunate West Berlin asult
for the RUssians. but they oaould noot- l.
used to be unsafe for the Grmans too. ..
getting a trepanning Job done by a 1000-Ib.
of some Lancaster passing idly ,
This department I In a posi.on to re
tangle resulting from MOlovs tst for
reaucratic atmosphere of the Allied Coitro
-probably As dun .as any. o rvitW
ment buAlldng;-and from the .U e rn-
ters' scant desike to tread up tUhter dew*,
be it's Malenkovatrasse now) to a meeting
Russian selection. "
There's a democratic way of solving b -
affair. Not too far off the t
a cantina of which t the patrioticin
tienal harmony, this',department is prepared r ,
veal the name.
The place would be ideal for a BiR Four .n*&.
ence, because so often In the past it has. s0t a.jq ,
ternaUnal problems resolved, as for astpe t oc,
' casion on which a Frenhh pollu and a B rtAtoalm
lacked concord on the lassue of who had -,frst di
on a certain Bavarian frauleln. .....- '
But the master of ceremonies directed t" cp
of swift. signals to.the hired help, and t4 -
further evidence of trouble between the
and the Briton. No further evidence of then, -
The fraulein ere lona settled for a I.
The moral e of this episode, whi
transcendental sgniflemae. at this tMne w ei 4b
best military brains in Berlin are vibrating. f.lp
before, trying to decide where bet 4to a w a-
table and .our chebrs. is the smoothness and tftgcn-
cy of the whole operation. .. _*. .
None of the IMgl-drawn out wr I. t
nor sulking, nor chanes and cou.t.t chare .e
landlord saw ttfielently to that, with the Mt aid
of his assistants. .
Mayb6 if the Joint could be hited for the tMW
foreign ministers conference, with the a
the hired help and the. blonde sad allco.flWi,.

in a more orderly fashion than can b eI
called. -
At 'first iance, last week did not seem a very
good one from the angle of staying alive.
SomethinR like 00 were-believed dead. lN*
Ranches and hote Alpine diasters as an
thaw softened the snow In the Austrian
nearby Switsrland and southern Germany.- ..
A Brith vereas Airwas
let airlinerbtow up In the air over the M
doing a minimum or good to passe re .
while a Philipine Airlines DC- dived nto
while appro ing Rome's airport, with a -fI
feet on aboard. -
Happily, the headlines generated by these e tsA
were sound testimony on behirf of the safeftb 'trv-
el by air and ski. The events were unusual.,
to be ednsaldered headline-wort0 y while sN710-llt
were being sown down on American and Srt a"n
roads In accidents aecountejt scarcely more news-
worfhy than death from natural causes.
When air crashes and asyalanches are so com-
monolace as to be accounted W t pewaworthy. It may
be time, to pacek away the Alpine boots and trade in
the airline ticket fort' eayeco paddle.
Over in Korea the Indians told each of the former
combatant sides that they could take their prisoners
back next Wednesday. ad promptly there erupted a
merry melanwe of Communist anguish. Something
.about not freelne the reluctant non-reostriates In
civilian status till a Korean peace conference has
been convened, and has decided what to do about
the prisoners.
As about the only locale likely to be accounted
(see Berlin for a Russian view on what constitutes
(see Berlin fo ra Russian view on what constitutes
acceotablv neutral territory) would be a space ship
circling the earth in satellite fashion half way to
the moon, and as such a Deace conference locale is
not esteemed likely to be freely available fIr thirty
or forty years or more. the Allies have decided to let
their Chinese prisoners return to FormOsand-their
Korean prisoners to South Korea. both of Which local-
iP--. bhile not exactly the grandest triumph of .mod.
em scientific knowbow as would be a PaO.shl m. at
Irps e-ist. A comforting thought on whi ctqx. lan
this turbulent world.
Ft off go the Chinese and Koreans, s-n L be by
the time negotiators get around to &0eeO t .old
the peace conference aboard the neuralpp S S.hip
there'lf be another batch of prisoners from sose.
where or other whose fate can be discussed.
It is said. for instance, that there are always all
sorts of prisoners in Siberia, should Russia be inter-
ested in resuming a course of uerrit.tlg p'd t4s ting
viev-"'nt being presented to unwillng ca .
present Idications are that thel B gupnl.
will still be. boltful g-$ t n g tb et that mumr
spoc shin gS 't1ae's no Ua9 tgr JoRBtat a
pettulPt, at mninne just one ee rfetena/. .
Seelin that she has started -moat recent s
there is hardly a country in the world in a better
position to call for a peace conference thb- Russla,
pvnwhere. any time.
cola (EICAP) Installed a model poultry Alaft i Cbhitr
with the hope of encouraging private espital to in-

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Hogan narly died in a 'oms aut accident in
Mow, but he tged a spectacular gof comeback the
next yer. Last year he won the ritash Open' in his
.first attempt. '
The special baseball committee meeting went off
as scheduled in NMew York-but if .anything happen-
ed. the eAmbters are t saying.
General M V ager George Weis of the New York
Yankees, a mmber of the nine-man committee, says:
"All. of or recommendations t be turned Oer to
Ford Prick where. the meets are over."
W ,.- .I be members have greed not dis-
l ce i th two-day ng. riok
aol Inmmittee to teacuss the draft-rule. The
C sa t n the present rule permits larger
lubs eei talent "cered up" in the minors.
Prick says:
r. ",is wrong with a system which per-
mits a Club a player down In the minors five
yew a shot at a major league Job.
S.t In't talking, bu t 's certain thete
wil be Woreds before-the 'mietnls are over,
Geno lmdSi nk Lane of the 1 Chiao White

k aWnch tiRkey, head -of the.
on the committee "are.
Earl Mann of Atlanta
th. Virginia. Johnny
wepresnts bot majrs
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This week's po aes aw "MoemantalM Asalst M en.
', eo? aLmnW .' 4 0IP1m s J bihed by New TYork Poet
Arthur D ea Fpeu Tt, r l a deiIate to a poet
whew werk appeand in this eoluman not long ae.
What can the wbrld of wise-men guess
Of friends.who talk of loveliness -
Friends who-will battle a night-long
Over a doctrine or a song, -
Priendsgwho will talk a whole night through
Of things that no man ever knew -
Frienda Who forgot an agac ago
All that wise-men can ever know.
Lord.- great Leviathan -
Whale of the infinite .
Ocean have mercy on
My minnow and me.
Thy noble maw, Lord, -
Gapes always ravenous '
For the small fishes -
My minnow and me.
C~urnlng the universe
With thy great loam flakes,
Why shoudat thou harry
My minnow and me?
Swim on in glory, Lord.
But-when thou turnest,
Thou yet shall choke on
My. minnow and me.
And hear the morning song of every bird
Will answer to your touch. Forgotten things
revive when they are yours. What once they meant
grows young when your slim fingers touch the strings.
This ancient music, of outmoded fashion, -
Having.no epoch, comes to life again -
And its old tenderness throbs into passion,
An evening sunlight seen through mists of pain.
The strings tremle.., as L in the midnight,
If you, should whsper but the slightest word,
Would wake, and see the east break into light,
And how I know that every instrument
That ever felt the dawn when earth WAs young. -
All birds would sing all songs that birds have sung.


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WASHINGTON Right after
President Elsenhower finished his
Stateui.the-Unmn speech to -the
Joint sessiM, of Congress -he was
gre- ted by amie" who had watch-
ed him from the House gallery.
"What have you got there?"
queried Ik, pointing to sonm pa-
pers in Manie's hand.
"Oh, it's just a copy of your
speech. Everyone In the gaery
was given a copy," she reed.
"GolP said the President, "If
I'd known that they already had
my saeeh up here on- the I; I
wouldn't have bothered to come
up here to redd it."
Vice PAesident Nixon assured
Democratic senators in an off-the-
record meeting the other evening
that South Korean President Sng-
man Rbee will not start war again
in Korea.
"I am not worried about bee
using aggressive tactics," the Vice
President said. Competing upon
Rhee's threat to renew the Ko-
rean war on Jan, 27. "He wel
maee e lot of fuss, but he will co-
operate with the 'Jnited'States."
Nixon spdej affectionately of
l wrinkled ,litl South Korean
leader with tbe .e eed eyes,
and pooh-poohe lte notion that
.hee Isn't strong in his own coun-
"Syngman, bee. I South Ko-
rea," he declared. "Don't think for
a moeit That Rhee doesn't have
those pelrbehinbd im."
Thee -resident was the only
Repubfem a t -plvate Democrat-.
ic gathering held at the home of
his wieib, Senator Estes Ke-.
fauver. The get-togethar was ar-
ranged, explained the Tennesee
eriwebuster as the result of
f abMry chat atout a Cahri!
M& W lot the Nias youngsters
"eIiaver is the most popular
A .the neighborhood," ack-
Nixon, "because he
kids a bike with a mo-

ver f e Nixon hinted out

Merry Go-Round

S"u I W" s'ay est" ,was e lack iativ
uted the WPreident." "" of'5w u- -
At one po when he was isi reosi -
in a flat= report an aoad toT'
ian ta man, ihig a.i sad, "tot ,me"
shek, the V a n Preide~ wa al- .
longed by Senator.Russ mOg -l Nix blied -.the Dutkh aad
Louisiana. te r not training native
"A m em b M -srIu ir tuformnr colonies.
"Amiraotle Itba bnb e trained natives fat
"Chiang Kai-shek has 600,00 V" el the D a the rech d
equipped, ready-to-co troops. ot" he said.
"Are you sure of thatA Dow i t& t county
figure?" interrupted 1mg. I" abte Vice Pc ildeit la]la most stress
a member of the Armed Services an ldo-Chia and Ibdicated that
Committee. At the last briefing I the Elpeabower Administration
attended, the figure was given a considers Indo-China the .:key to
lea thSan 3 Itroop and J ,our Ao atir c 0oly, because of it
of them. Didn't 'even have shoes." sftRftgO rrob, and tin.'
"That's the figure that is batted
around. I didn't unt it ," ix- .This led. West Virginia's Senater
on replied impatiently. Harley Kilgree to suggest- that we
bang., pressure an, he Eurqpean
He adknowedged that Cha aUtle to q.irb the internal
Kai-a. oul ct Invade we patils smn : i. a fair o so
nese mainland wiNiit U.S. 3 lo.China U get some of the
and atL support. H-trever, he prEt d a benpt from its rubber
claimed that Frmesa 'has been a td tin o
transformed into a model govern- "I am not ualHfied to go into
ment, which he described ae "rt that," Nixon -brushed aside the
of a world capital to the m ios suggestion:
of Chinse oudo a China." n ,
X the whole, the SDemocrato
Nixon was sgh Ilrj came away favorably impressed
m. in his opinion Q=iB's lG r with the Vice President's mission.
Paddit Nearu, t fte ie Ogt Softor deacnIbed I ni as a
reailet ackne e was b; ttber" who., sopped up

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he unToa charges that "the* cgutry ch will make re of pl's o
t d coun d by the "fset baske- team In a New Yot/d AC t .. T Lol1 s n h se
tt S beofrqthees- n. toialelag.e: They ust ean~nii ~o sra't e ...o. dw"last
l offsae %it rou i Dof r theTerr p playag date... swaite r W in lioell In N ew YWork

Se ti he rt wa wat of his own capital-ga atest "Top Secret" mag. An Erro
he uem a es t e o the ill make oe o ier Angel made up in Paris .. Devil ... James McHugh, e sports aket for males wl fea
o ld nW be p loodeid "owit acs a Louise, whose bo0ned As Shubert didn't attend brother of a restaurant on 6th: "Wares

There i e l abt a e Pa.. to aa Ci. lend ocked her ... Susan Mo- L ee's funeral. Hadn't talked in 25 Wanted. Experience Essential Butd s
Eni ls Phladei mao"ark row and Gary Morton wer From the lae tewed years. Not Necessaryeiou medal ... Heard Bar
8 Whih a r nwms aoaeeJrans osavig oer2,O.alIed Mt euFlr ers new ove is a ..... tow, cho reograpner for t Is
a ner th ounds tat ownes ib th souei tat. est stai- rerm "e waReturn," was a Born, and songst ress Sa. y Ne-
"l.,,u ,'iO e e .W w hem ILao e -a.las and. area ,"wetd freedom ... Kirk Douglas ande v to h oh, Huston's flm, Beat thet lynn excusive... Next. season's

Sil et u La ndon flop. Csed fast. .A an famed s ter, very Ho bitt atre .expect. Se the ...window
.] '---'- ,sleh t its D i a"11eNetiv i.o a'"mLuie Whs bo-n JO Subeft didn't attend brs -th of a restaurant on 6th' "WaI-WrsL

oh imi. h ai b i n al parts of the co try, soes lywood' q most mnterestinK feud: Broadwqy's latest feud among Burlesque was de-ilt its lethal
t w year nd la a bient quan- of unions are plans ing to strike J Sheridan and Maria Felix ... showmen: Qr-nC Old Veteran blow in Chicago where Minsky's
i to kn kou y of o ma mud spend .lions f nesa to The penny. arcades are doing a John Golden nd director Peter top sipper.. plac' cloed One
T move i t sg b pd ng e eye patches (a Brook. Golden is e over buy a agency is sil trying to.collect
Th i ti nd some f tls to laorhArd T F a ZsZsa) at 250 Jackie ingin n "The Little Hut" which $6300 tor ads from the ll-fated
thefom-ttoeys.who eogeenwlakean- LciUS.) toss an f ast... S sbackfm ariv inFnde" Eve
ihandlie the atomic bomb sy mtedented to htoNowak, Conn. asnnW batery .clanrde at on s- oaree bu guestung at Marnh a nody is me A tric e e court
nd fa"ress d"e wtek mbad oP tbTo(.hr bitThe
1- emfCmAt to'u Re a n It and UMona e l r eoomg what ... Jo-eo BlacIs. who hopes fon ta nt a ro e cj ht a"oere ae
--- --dtine .i.s.s L. ?aa Z. i....Art. Ford stage ai er is the pretty daugh- review shot iem geon."e
oe, esti ei wealth e to have a million B ,
count erfeted aub telA'T M As. as baayw is Men!nGc loose Row
SaidThOn With Brains, (roddby His oter), a a The sp show. "Sin Till Tomor

Sgroup which ps its actors next- name s ar ... "Amanac must
"The Robe" (OW. in its ..th t-noethig spending coi fo ad- play to capacity r montYhs to
S U c been o the best sell. v-ti via expe.n ve whit ae. e repay at- vestm. ..ent oa $ .
di el,, be m, lfks.u the combined to- i-r The New Y. k ... After 3 Just a-a Jee Wyman announced
-- *1.T h ublicpni dcs, fa d peceding th.. yearn and 2 babiLnes talented Do divorce plans the Feb. Photoplaybcn
m as cut -bock ta BROATDAY Bad a foor th Ruty Doug la opens at the Palace came outs eating Jane in a
( i ll -.. Tot ufmdapy... Fed Rike deserted the happy-frau essay .. Time mag
IR W I LARGEl SZS ^ STtheMt .F thenld touring com t pany of "Guys and icribes th r ie oedsin the film
--4T DADL h"N. fsum GAiau*, wslO af.w a year. He ieubow "Aet otr Lov," as e "nice girl
.. .. ..o A mm 7 i. 3d ... cab driver No. a37 prostitute." The hero, we presume,a

amt"'. |^H mb9.mno |Girl Rsol-e 'RD Smcall @* ei ck at San. So uci. n. .-other, YO p'D KNOW rSr e

I ieteAg .. firo's m oes- ]lam. m e fims t h .el .tg.v- Ma n r o t ih a p n ye rs. I Ohfbe were
\iclapt '^MM workrsbr andaV Gis" via carter ;ether -pUe t to n u he aa airH aywnrtd 'ng D lky Haaesa

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