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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
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Classification: lcc - Newspaper
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Jerlls Peopl Railroad's 100th Year
o One hundred yearV ago next Little ceremony attended the
o BeCa rr .' rl ae first Panama Rail- tory making trip. It was no -
.. .. !alfF ,I. 0 btran from Atlantic t .e over two ek later toat .
S___ t ental t erotd with crch c Oceans; It wathe first Railroad was ll
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Ldcal 907, OCEOC-CIO, A Next Iideay a special Panama te isthrous 0 WASHINGTON, Jan. 22 (UPof1
sabd ces Employes Union, ad Railroad train wil reeact that- col. Patrick W. Haynes, a 1 l
Inco- members today not to Mbe letorie event, alaghouh the Col. Patrick W. Haynes, ad
t iy excited or alarmed over locomotive which pVUllthe spe- Air Forc e officer Identified r
ults of the new treaty cial train will burnoa instead A . tiful German spy, today I aet
S Ween the Republic of Paln of wood and there wil probably tiful Germansa
f. and the Unitdtted sta.es. Psnl .o-W bfina^eo o-d thepossiub lity of a o m rur t 20
'Local union chiefs malnt emoratie special train, professional interest In the WASHINGTON Jan. 22 (UP)
that they had f lull dO-d P .nmaaodi ',n elI, ii lsh temptress.
in t they had t onf Panama iesel-eSec c io C The 47-year-old officer, who leader Joseph W. Martin, Jr., distc
erious-Ie are istratden of tie will use oe CHICAGO, Jan. 22 ) -A was assigned to the 7493rd in- dent Eisenhower will tend a special
Rem6n Cantera, and will of the old steam I wmp hlanthrc was spector general's special in Monday or Tuesday asking author
as nu to confide and t stead. ..... onthetlooseday an Icago-gation wing while serving in
tV administration of Pr The sapel t leave ans hoped he would s e again. Germany, was returned hire forces to defend Formnos a.
; the Republic Ricardo Colon a ~ ls3:35 .m. and The phantom pra Ically several months before the ar- Mr. Eisenhower wi
wa ias, E., because It is felt' t willt 3elOa at a:05 pm.. forces people to accept p, new rest of Mis IrmgArd Schmidt.
Oldi e true democratic pr mm tra :"rsarr blles totaing hundred of dol- MissShdt was sentenced its approved to U.S defense of on I
hol.ef md ideals of both the U 0 cith5" e tes dedicating Old lars. Dec. 21 inerlin fe years Pacific which the President regards
ro tes and Panamanian go I 0oefthe railroad's oldest So far there have en two in jail for spying fo the Com- of I ro Chinese rega
ents will prevail at all -. ves, as a raofmonu- "victims," the latsa N Stone, munists. tion of Formosa from ChineseC.m
e wp ah i t will get under way. 86, who had $100 t upon Mrt's re C
tried to "N one can deny that him Thursday night Hayes was not available for Mrtin's refeence to an ,indl
pckg be provisions Speelal passes will be issued Earlier Cecil Mayes, h23 itch- comment. He had been assign- that Mr. Eisdnho r. will not pin dew
e win- $which may for the train. Visiting Canal hiker from Evergreen, J ., was ed at Bolling Air Force bas he intends to u the US 7th Fu
onee's- Nta liking , .4e "Zone old timers of whom a handed $300 on a streetporner. here but base officials sad he
rooae one's liking, bu eqt- number are now in the Canal Stone, a carpenter, ihe was transferred "some days mosb and tee;ie cPlir PeCdor:
w true that no prob s are so Zone are speetally tavited was repairing a door onr- Miroe ago" to a few post which was ditional Nat aield territory
hd g h which cannot be solved to make te coinmemnorativO Street when the myst nan not disclosed, T k r rt, I
.Iallmness, patienoe, tee trp on the special tra. -came up to him and r rar~kd: Air Secretary Harold E. Tal- ere been reports,
SThey are asked to telephone "i guess it must take 'lot bott said there was no indica- ministration Ulthat the
t approaches, and a decl a-1880 so t1it passes nay be s1- money to keep *iese ol bull- tion that Hay or any other
crawl- firmness to/actat all tUme ued to them in advance. s g in dhape?" U.S officer nved with Miss protection Quem and Mktsu
S the very best .interests of Passen aboard the spec ."Lueas so," ne shrl ed., Sch t, gave t woman any China noi nd.
S e non-citizen e loys in ith train w clude railroad The j enter Id p t sew ormatlo ut he added
e ,l d and faorm rail ader m ta e hand him e nen that lIvestlatlon s h ow that Martin dthIgrlden'1 Nat
Sto Zone," the id ncil repdsentves ae CMi" nd ve -away I Hayes' actiorl ,did 'tlect on his intention o Hou ua
hf Hh Schol ba, ale- late el auto bile. L "judgment and corct." breakfast.' e lat lo
.en d local hld ofthe oress, r9eareenta- ifficrssaid on's descr. .Hayes, and the 'Jther rg, Mtr. Eisenh r cwat, Ni
,.tered .w is.t of s various co mmu ity tl of the pha m t o.d with who have i 1de- .cretary St.. raOig
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Paul NaiglOn -i Hamf,
along program opened
i wt, mased, *irte*'
religious service
e VI Mewoial
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gston, told the large gather-
#E I n outstanding
Kami m ')bow races. of the
orid ca h e.' together on
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flew to .., i. uIpr-
sonnil and s e. retid to
Albraok lad. a 1-^
helicopter as ba
round 3 p.m.
A report that ths- jiithage
of a Beecbcraft 5onlln ob-
ject of the A. Resu.esqth -
was sighted ii the mountain a-
bout 100 miles west of Bogota
was u ng checked by Combin
civilian svisioh atIIoridtie. The
plane, f.with Texas Dr. .ROCk-
wen and wfif bfe.


e A -eOareer for
Back of
bs 4 d histori-
owl of yea of accom-
n .
rooksvle. girl was
mtst ~dinP'sduate in
. i na Mae
eAWhWhe sevdll five years
WM l" 111before p-
tam candidate
tebaeh Wm stationed in
fr. two sms and in 1953
d by-th WAC to rep-
it t& difter given. at
bi ouse by President
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The Local added thab'tralon
officials also ..realiue that if
commiady s& other privileges
re ourttalled fo plf who
resde In We tepubi~, and if
they are-'.qdtd to pay income
tax, their present take-;ome-
.pay will be subitantlly reduced.
"Consequaltly, they said re-
presentations both- here and in
Washington fAstly In the
Pentagon and tle,U Congress
are being made to get the Unit-
ed States OovmGta ent to grant
substantial wam )oosts to off-
set any losa .1 employes take-
home-pay."


center was dedicated last Sep-
tember.
WAC hea quarters had been
located at j. Lee, Va.. prior to
construction of. the "West Point
of the W The second class
will bin July. h
* ers the
women I Army or-
ganlzatio.- cone.adminis-
tration, t o command and the
"baiec r'e s of being an
officer."
As candqiteg.- they went to
school and.t worked In a
model Pe~ian office, under
the press of ft actual head-
quarters Joe.
As one 'A ee t explain-
ed. "It's not a ht like 'the old
.Au Hbut tihn *t wasn't meant


mw u Raor uaMB "gy M MWI was w i J . r y.- mm
law 't .- toe "the ,300,000 WAC Ito be."


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The first train to run between
the Atlantic and Pacific oceans
made the transcontinental trip
January 28, 1855, the day after
the last rail was laid on the
Panama Railroad tracks. Its
passengers included Col. George
M. Totten, Who was in charge
of the building of the railroad
and a large number of fortune
hunters en route to the gold
fields of California.

Soviel Troops

In E. Germany Get

Atomic Weapons
BERLIN. Jan. 22 (UP) -
Soviet troops In East Germany
are now being equipped with,
tactical atomic weapons, accord-
Ing to reliable western sources.
The sources said that a heavi-
ly-guarded train arrived rec-
ently I ntbe Soviet zone town
of Kummersdorf-Sperenberg, 40
miles south of Berlin, with a-
tomic artillery and guided mis-
siles for Soviet forces.
Kummersdort is situated near
a former Wehrmacht artillery
range.
Other consignments of atomic
weapons were sent to Thuringia.
Mecklenburg. and the Elbe River
area, sources said.
The weapons were unloarded
secretly under heavy Soviet
guard, they added.
General William M. ge, re-
tirin commander of ther U. S
Army in Europe, said recently
there was "every reason" te be-
lieve that the Soviets blad tc-
tical atomic weapons. He did
not elaborate on this otetment.


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* about it," MI Kmt wt .i rwnuy-agreea 10 uescrnu uve -
y. "I don t *ant Professor it.
stai to think I.did it for .
n ,e The secretary, Belen Dukas,
wrote me c said I would have
frian of the uientist's sec- to be teiuse Mr. n-
w wdp found oet about Mis stein a virusI".
*A Sat adt ti8t" fore 11W- .MW i Itt, got a
r he h r*letter tell- g f the secre say.
Wp ago singer eldsome sun L;y
St 4 at 4. Dr. n
sK L 11V. bet ..WOMiss Kitt drove to Princeton.
.0 orphaned at NJ., BSunday afternoon.
a .s r .tI was, taxen upstairs to Pro-
S Mfesor Einsten's study. He had
S_ gin.-l( pair of trousers and a
mmom, Slor Joe sweater." ".
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rent app eh wh Mayef i tiSat $he wa forth -
asking hhgjf he believed in Ral as to collect nStOr tlOU 'day a the l t.
God. When the youth answer- aftfr tey arretsd her boy Mi declined to say' how "The memage will C81 X6
ed "yes," the stranger shoved friend "Herr BaUsee" l. .d sense area mht be in- eto approve da1 geI
I38. 1al his hands and ds- or to hi at its boun- n whiw
aPI .paW the bills in each day tf ahow whyhes hold not B the sald tst a Mtein .o
case were wa ecked and found to be dislased from' the, service D epInst dis e to. martin tradica hes
be bota fidand not stolen. They because of the charges. arising tbi hat defense e Ta- ed the Pre
indicated it was all right with from his alleged association cheWs islands near the CInaese uld approve Athie n
them if someone wanted to give with the 24-year-old blonde, manlalnd Is unteaoble tNon resolution.
away his md ey. Talbott said an adverse find-
Mayes, an x-airmah hitchhik- ing could result in Hayes dis- 'He said the aeg_ e'1..
ing to Thor Wis. to e his cor- missal from the service under .-,' tRiv e ask for a wl
respondence..weetwelrt, had a "other than honorable condi- VN 0 1i eves the rlet
little troubl';Tnvlindng author- tions" M .rt the mt
Itles his stWay was true. It took A court martial could also fol- Fro A U20 F lr the wr 0o kno s ,"*
a lie detector test and the bless- lof the bo a r d's findings, Air WV Ie s sI elnf him upsi".
Ing of a judge to send him on his Force officials said. Pai n ad aS.
way with the money. Th board, to be named by He s Around Paris a-i
When Stoie appeared with Talbolt, cot d only recommend eskid heffortt
the same story police were pre- whether Haybs should remain in PARIS, Jan. 22 (UP) The dA tre4uu# to w
pared. They politely declined s the service, or be given n other S River rose toda toward for
offer to take lie test. thableSeine River rose today toward for su lson f
Keythan honorable discharge, its highest point In 31 years, e Is an utC.g
U WooC i.S.DroscutorrMsThomm Ldt'striala forcingdan estimated 20,000 pem The resoluion-
Stold e court that one hsih US 50i15,,including families of A- o
ine intelligence officer took a more homes around Paris. cated "itt1;
than"pressional Interest.In The swirling yellow waters -
Sv Label de antspied into Riverside Streets and -
O. Car P.r t cellars in the center of Paris and WOlj fM
i J wCar Productionits uburbs. Police hurriedly va-
cuated prisoners from leaking U_2Lf_
KEY R. Fla., Jan. 22 i Of detention cells under the Palais
(UP) elais were smart- JUSt Short O on Justice.
ing today a "sin town" Al The American Army's Seine
label but to take any nHin area command at nearby Su-
action t V y desires" to resne was flooded and 240 GI's. r
ke, its hul a here. DETROIT, Jan. 22 (UP) moved out their belongings a- 2 n.
yor C. rvey said Key Passenger car production just long with valuable supplies and aM TLau .Le i&
W4st now "cleaner that ever missed setting and all-time com ry goods. aire Ne
before" a&dM tht much of the weekly high this week. Ward's At leat y families of men Or PW S
Navy's descrlif of vice and iseord wod have been shat- stationed atthe base evacuated 'P"'' 6
mistreatment Navy- men is The trade agency said 163,266 their homes. Sonue 800 Amerlcan MUstl"
based on past conditions. cars will be t u r n ed out this families live im the vicinity.
The NaVy made public in week, Juit short of the 164,876 American tomes rushed to the' ,.__ '
Washington yesterday a report cars produced in the record rescue as they have in every big h.
that Iey West is a place of week ending June 17, .1950. Last Euroman disaster.
gambling, rltIrl hangouts, tai- week 155, cars were produced. Soldiers and airmen joined in noon
cab prostitution and bruiln The tle agency said the emerge effols to bolster eputy 3risto7
beatings by police. record tould have been shat- dfke na rescue marooned famn. 'sl d ihe r t
The Mayor and Police Chief tered this week except that llies. The servicemen, wearing a of
B. 0. Pere said the have already parts shortages out down pro- waterproof exposure suits, wad- v_. V MNSt
taken steps of make Key West duction at Chrysler Coqp.'s dl- ed the flood waters up to their who In ti
more acceptable to the Navy viasons. Because of the short-- chests and towed stranded per- e.
Navy ask. ages only the DeSoto division Sos to safety on Air Force rub- i
Automotive 'Reports said today. was aale.to work a six day week. ber rafts. d T



tein Discuss Reincarnation
young.,'" lives on through the work and Part of the time the scien. i S -'
Then thy spent an hour the discoveries that are handed tiUrs wife and secretary sat in
talking anmt everything from on for their children to use." the rocn, which Miss Kitt de- le
thoe l theater to the be- the stager recalled. "But he aseibed as "a very humble room
So world thinks reincarnation s Just a ovroong the garden," and for he
i. t / silly superatiton. prt of. the hour they were left do
"He thlab the American the- "W t ed about knowledge, alone.
ter Is commercial," Mss and he sa.it Is a surface t 11 think he Is looking forward
Sd. .. I nt thl e He saMd h had been prlvimlt to the future. and that he is
about the Amer- to get e into' some stdi omitic about it." she saM.
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"Gck and "Handel," by' te for tbeif ibera Si .; uo.a f
Deam.h; two books Ob Vardi own words-both ken an *ri
re ces of t he t M te. The latter, o ure, ar
ton. Sympheny!'s great gapduo -el0._
.tor".4s I U11 W 9 a s..AE.
[Makint Eaw -d two thma
just published: "The Baoh Faml- mus aA .
ly," a scholarly analysis by Karl es it.
Gaelringet amW "Charles Ives and toaJ 4 atpod
The lst nam1 d. puliahe4 by -S
Oxford UniversIy press, appeals peredmo
to me most probably because stance;
Ives, who dl14 list May at the ..' merson- "a at poet
age of ,) 80 "ainprAIr, i Iaussq.. Lrm a
Is amdlI9 a thi
composers. I. na E prpaed srea- to o.d-
with great care 'respect and even prin were I .wer t,
tenderness by Henry and Sidney would determine his vae a-
(M .) Cowell both G a wh9lm are a, 1-
alrii rc9nxd compoe e rs. ar
They e dd to the r uai- re, e
cal accomi n shntets that of being e.
taltd kl .bi g t '& -1. .. .-
2is is ro the first do- Richard Wagner-" had ior
t anal of Ives ad his or les of a good lbad for toho
wo'k and it cair e considered cal progress, but he aeems to
definitive, since Henry Cowel, he- It to such weak uses, nitia 1
sides being-a musician knew Ives fake nobility and heroism, but
with increasing fimlarty from fraid to jump in a MnlU-po4M .alt
1AT7. be a Shero."
from this close association we Debussy-"(his) attitude toward
get an intimate picture of a vi- nature seems to have a k Ad
gorous personality who is more sensaul serleuas underlying I
the non-nonconformist than the ... Of) the 1y an wit h
innovator, and of an icoqoclast week-end fligh into ounr at
whk is nonetheless deeply pirl. thetics."
tual in nature. Tchaikovsky- "We know thea
Aleng with his heroes-such as butter comes from cream, by
American literary. greats as Thor- how long -must. we watch,t
-eau, Emersao, Melv and Haw- churning, prm?"
to *- Ive* ly man in Chpin- "w- nat" w y t .Q
wife con- Jaim witha skirt onw I , iats P
a his own which he rpaa le tm "
ic and to Ives sounds rather nb
i av s and against Europe's t; ant tr
uld h im comn- he preferred A tmerican ffleno
I mplex 'an more ls- and methods to those the poI
Sabl anmc. world. But he reco sed r
e most latrilgb and art, especially of thpcrea
S be oek I vol' tive pioneer and explcter, wat
me. he saw it. He was humble in Ut
or all presence of the true genius dis
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cohis first music to

ays but it he remains assentiY an
theme onethealeut.h '
half dozen different To others howeverr. I
keys. caudo g the sound ad Oaf
Some of l ntest musical of m erical c no o tr Cn
o butwere as a To rem hia 'hns es day
hnu gl ir smusicd at playing ny,' w ith its Doration P
the ol s, Ives would Fourth of July a Thk
frequently replace different To others familiar movnt, hi Conwovr a
keys. caught the sounded oa



chords with dissonances; natural- or th harvest home chorales,
ly he was rewarded with the literay, as Walt Whitman
congo gao pained looks. The to "hear America singi'
pastor stood by him, however: Mr. and Mrs. CQweU
"Never you mind what the la- finish th book re Iv
dies' committee says, "he told as their own sp al tribute ev
young Ives"; y opinion is that though they ew the old "a' i
God gets aw tired of hearing cared ltUle for per pubi9y*
the same thig ovr and over a- Ives, for jot o9 life, wa
gain, and in .hg all-embracing other of these reas ve.ain
wisdom he eould certainlyy em- strive conati.uay
brace a dissonance- might even the Ia but. are s
vely e najoy 'a now and ed at or e paiaf 4
then" Still, before he did. Ivf
Graduated -from Yale, I v e s some measure of recognition
quickly realized that he would his pioneering o .f-Hi
have to turn to business J1ar a once Iol
UIyAP, AWL ejtrapcq int9 .,te in- is con Sos W
surance fiel and his subsequent mately succe by un
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Currently the only animal in-
labitants of the island ire the
reideer, which are overly abun-
lant, Arctic faxes and field mice.
Dr. Robert Ransch, chief of the
uiimal disease branch of the Arc-
ic Health Research Center, spent
Ive weeLs leading a R6binson
Crusoe-like existence on the island
ast summer.
On his return to Anchorage, he
reported some unusual facts about
it. Matthew.
For -one thing,, the polar bear
population 'of the island has dis-
ipppared for some unknown tea-
lon. They' wer once abundant. A
number of bear skulls are-strewn
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ieg on their burrows and squeak-
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Xrother odd thing about St.
xtbew island is the amazing
Windance of reindeer. A herd of
0 planted on the island in 1942
as multiplied until there are now
Wtteen 500 and 600. The reindeer
e devouring all the vegetation,
ad Dr. Rausch believes that un-
ass some of the animals are re-
noved in a few years, they will
iaVe eaten themselves out of ex-
tnrce. '
"The cause of this iunbalance in
nature on the island is the fact
hat there exists of St. Matthew
W creatures capable of consuming
reindeerr it quantity," Dr. Rausch
aid.
The scientist noted on major dif-
erence in the biological life on
it. Matthew as compared with the
ie of similar species elsewhere.
n st. Matthew, the wasps have
ost their wings. Nobody seems to
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'our buildings in this city and the
eilgboring village of Cbhzy stand
S memorials to a man so modest
ut only a single photograph of
Im ever was found.
The picture-a snapshot-wasf
illlam Henry Miner, -whose for-
me from making a fraction draft
ear for railroad freight cars was
estimated variously at between
10.Ooe000 and $250,000,000.
Minr, who died in 193, made
Is home in Chazy, about seven
ies south o the Canadian bor-
er.
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iodel for besetion in the early
M0's and rpemins eomparable to
most any today. At his farm,
liner set up two hydro-electric
te village streets with electricity.
Also in Chr is the Miner
dm, which Me built to _.house
diecs of ort country" history.
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dear Physicians Rlo-
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Children's Games Survive. idi

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dia's Northeast Frontier Agency
S(NEFA) has succeeded in stop-
WASHINGTON, Jan. 22-Today's A striking example is "London Pin head-.huntIng in the tribal
kmerlesa boy in a space helmet Bridge," the game in which two areas that fon the norteast
nd blue jeans plays many of the children lock hands overhead and Dorner between India and China.
i al. strAeet agstlht'd'llght trap players in their suddenly low- NEFA, whichh has been operat-
d a togaed lain ancient Rome. ered arms. The ritual suggests a ing for three years, did the job
Youths of long ago shot mar- rifivea superstitit q that bridge without firing a shot. The task
les Their sister played Jack-building angered river spirit and was completed by gaining the
ods.. and a prm of hopseetch. only a human aacrfice would ap- friendship of the tribes and per-
e picture of a b y with a hpop pease them. suading them to .change their cus-
iMfti on a Grecian vase made English references to London toms.
LW yeats agd.- Hiner, Vergil apd Bridge" first appeared j the 17th
)W 1r,'te bll. and dolls. Century. The job was not easy, for the
Street "ga Ms re similar all Tag represents flight from ad e. culture and art of the tribes was
ver the wotIM the National Geo- vil spirit, against whose ,in- based on the possession of human
rahiel Societ says. Tag, hide- fluence a special word, action or heads.. The warrior who had
.seekak nd ldman's buff are home base provides protection, taken the largest number of heads
s universal as. uld's ,lay "Counting out" games are pas. was entitled to the largest tomb
The Flemish artist P-ter Bre- sed from generation to generation, after death and for him were built
iKhel depicted more than 150 dif- Almost every American chld has great bambco horns, 400 feet long.
erent d versions in his painting, chanted "Eena. menan mini, mo," And for centuries the elders of
'Children's Games." The setting and the equivalent is found in sev. the villages have pointed with
was Flanders -60, but it could eral languages. This type of gamo pride to the rows of human heads
rell be any Americfa playground is believed to preserve the:rem- which they secured as trophies im
mn 1955 nants of formulas used by Druid wars against their neighbors.
for choosing human sacrifices. -
tagmhel's ye sters Are play. "Here We Go Roinud the Muitber. D MUA.
Bll ughele IO ow-the.leader, ry'"ush" stems ftom' the practice B IU
P gves..wb I e h. of celebrating May iuay or spring
hed, massbles and &iher adfifre arrival by gathering flowers
im. VrioMus'hdre are seu- marchin in proeesscions. Court-
f .a cambllag' nd performing ship and marriage customs are
EA ti onM aralel bars. One manifest in such game a "farm- BURLINGTON, Vt. (UP) -
Swalklig e tilts, and anolth er in the Dell." "Infertility problems" among at-
ir i' ridbng a' stick hours The traditional game of chil- tle may result from inaccurate
Children's play is a joyful and dren throw light on the habits and breeding records, according to a
bnocent outpouring of energy, but customs of yesterday. In savage Vermont extension dairyman.
oire traditional games sprang and civilized societies, youngsters Richard Dodge credits artificial
rom grim origins. Singing games, imitate the act cities of their eld- insemination with making dary-
n particular, reflect old custom ers. If s sad at the work' tf a4 men breeding record conscious.
Lnd suo ti ions. dults on one age becomes the Repeated calls to a technician to
S play of children in another. inseminate a cow tend to raise
After missile-throwing became costs, he noted.
H the technique of war, Italian city Accurate breeding records ntot
SIIU children held elaborate snowball only save money, he said but help
L JU,"'- ''" Afights on holidays. In Perugia, as to insure maximum milk produc-
many as 2,000 boys would join the tion.
KUUo b r frolic.
I Parents of olden days were just Dodge suggested that a good-
ANCHORAGE Alaska -(UP)- as fearful as their modern count- -;--1 chart be nailed to the barn
f your idea of paradise is an iso- erpart of the hazards involved in wall and each cow listed. A pencil
ated, peaceful island criss-crosse rough-and-tumble street games. sioulu be handy for jotting down
>y streams teeming with trout, you The Puritans frowned on all games, useful information.
night think of going north and especially football. And K ing At least twice a year, these jot-
getting a look at tiny St. Matthew James I of England once s a i d tings should be transferred to in-
sland. football appeared to be "meeter dividual cow record sheets so that
This answer to a hermit's pray- for lameing than making able us- a permanent record can be com-
ir is 20 miles long, three to five ers thereof.'" piled.
niles wide and is situated about
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By ELDON ROARK
MEMPHIS (NEA)-lf it weren't
for the fact they look so much a-
like, you'd never take Zeland
Love to be Leland Love's brother,
to say nothing of his twin.
Leland is a printer who also
farms and invents for himself.
He is friendly and talkative. But
Zeland has never worked a day
in his life. He comes out only
after dark and is the strong silent
type. Just puffs on his pipe and
listens-but says nothing.
A close observer might think
Zeland was a dummy. And that's
exactly what he is.
But Zeland is no joke. He is the
latest addition to Leland's auto-
accessory inventions, the result of
lonely night driving between his
farm and his home.
Every time he had to stop at a
traffic light or a stop sign at some
dark, deserted spot he thought'
how easy it would be for a thug
to step out of the shadows, point
a gun at him, rob him, and take
his car. And then he'd seen women
driving around by themselves at
night, and think how risky it was.
The more he thought about it,
the mere he became convinced
that, everybody should have a
companion on night auto trips out
of traffic and away from bright
lights. So he made himself a twin
brother old wooden-and-tin-
headed Zeland to serve as an
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WORLD CALENDAR-Sue Felt, of Philadelphia, Pa., shows a
new world calendar which is being considered by' the UN. The
calendar would divide the year into four quarters of '91 days each.
An extra day called Worldsday would be added at the end of
December, and during leap year, an additional day called Leapyear
Day would be added to the end of June. The extra days, lettered
"W," would be world holidays. In her left hand, Sue holds a
month of a 1582 calendar and a month of a 1752 calendar.


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Zeland sits on the front seat, camp site, park have his fin
puffing away on a pipe that's kept ing and coffee oiling in five
going by machinery in his in- nutes. And his bed, all mads
nerds, and they get along j u st too.
fine. You can't find pipe-puffinj
One when Leland stopped at a land or the other gadgets in
filling station, the attendant didn't stores, though.' Leland just
notice the fellow on the front seat wurKix.g mouels of his inve'
beside the driver was a dummy. gets patents on some, and
He got quite a shock when Le- them away.
land introduced him. "When I a entire, maybe I'E
Leland also has invented a com- to do something with them,
pact folding cot and a camp stove, says. "Too busy with my job
He says he can drive up to a my farm right now."


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BY KAY SHERWOOD
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REMEMBERthatg "good night's tress to use on old or sagging box i
',rst you've bcc 1 promising your- prings. The bsx springs carry
s *tib since Dec. 1? If you're tired the brunt of the weight, the mat. h n ho i y ne he o
.enough, you don't feel the lumps tress serves as cushioning mater- alleged atrWetr
.,and hollows of an old mattress, iai. If the springs have lost their slpersoon.w thee yOton s are din hamburer a w ln grd..
but a. comfortable bed is sheer de. tautness, the mattress will not be die or. the crowd, ser their own r h ue wace. top
Jightbto weary bones. The reason properly supported and won't be the whole crowd!
iA lnow is that we have a comfort- as comfortable norn wear as long t i J -.
abi,,abed in our house. It happens as it should. C shows what abe de with a ne
to be new, and to belong to our Foam rubber mattresses show Native 0141"; spege drie4 plus Imagation. P wod t paltued In brkht ler which repeat shades in BY GAILE DUGA
daughter, who graciously lets us up frequently now and offer some I starsh and seashells dress upt a Wrought m .i aque hs. p dlecdh apet. .on awr. livg -
ak ns stretching out to savr advantages you may want to con- this el of be tee atiely.. (lo, youl gt out
the pleasure a fine mattress and side. Foam rubber is resilient. .... .a. NEW YORK (NEA)-Mnough, dn't just icooelyg or or' so starving
ut h_ x springs can offer fatigued It doesn't get dusty, nor ever need
ut hx springs can offer fatigued rng. It does' t t it mold in BY KAY SHERWOOD terror where space is at a pre- are combined and glued to a nar. es an effective background for take it for granted that teirboys and girl. is s o mean
V h-, c to fix up the rest of the amp seacoast climate s.fle wear- mium. Instead of placing end row plywood panel which is cover- this modern artwork, says SmitLh. o homie s are osp ea to their oest.)
e t as fix ortunately r eddingst of the am litie are uts standing, wea DECORATIVE tips, fresh from tables by tle sca, two long shelv-ed with marbelized paper and friends. t takes real teamwork t your gas range is equie
e.y as from one's lately. Beis not cording to Lappen.Florida, will pique tne fancy of es were attached to the wall at framed in blac k. woo d. Pine In the warm and sunny south, on the part of mother to make with a removable cast-alloy gkd.
besdor of h ne's family ienot corMost foam rubber mattresses the girl who lives in a small, mo. table height to take care of books, cones, berries, seed pods, orns- where patios are a part of the them feel that their friends are ue, you re in ue clear. "ie ,sam.
e with age. Warhousestr- r hafinches dern house on a small, modernlamp, and knickknacks. This leav- mental grasses might also be us- living room, exterior walls take really welcome. burgers can e quickly grilled o
ith age. Warehouse stor- a s budget. es the for space unencumbered. ed. Being the timid type, I'd prob. iply to decorative an ai- The first time your teen-age a aneasng uet itay
d mo ving me n were the depth of innerspring mattresses. The snow is falling relentlessly If you have a touch oar artistic ably try this out in private to ments of tiles, metal sculpture son brings a new fried home covers only one top gas burner
St i o- sleein euiment To support a am rubber at-'in my neck of the woods, which talent, ook for native items make sure I could do something trivets, pottery, hammered meti with him to do homework is your wlen it' an use. the is easly
tion." "old and tress properly, Lappen advised the makes pictures and news from with an eye to mounting them on artistic before springing it on the panels or even new pottery. Any chance to contribute to your remover and swishe cleap un
dtion." r l use o heavier, deeper box springs; a sunny model home at Carol a decorative panel. family. outdoor decoration should be son's popularity and your own der the hot water tap before
4 t h- 1 dvept as on City Fla., hold my envious at- For example: In Florida, shells, Wire mesh, painted black or impervious, to weather con di- reputation as a mother who's "all storing. Nexs best s isrta s-et
of the family and overnight sx or seven-ch depth of regular tnton. (hey are from James starfish, and a branch of sponge a bright accent color, also mak- tions, naturally. right." heavy flat a r-g
gS I f began to drop carefully mattress springs. You can, fSmith, noted Miami decorator. a tSchocl grapevines operaer otleaso rmeqrA g only one tp
a phAsed remarks, such as "Did course, put foam rubber mattres- Smith believes that the ama-on g ,o r n ,, Aaa quickly and will pass along the burner.
reaI-fo r 'ndlTm other reddysee s on your p resent box springs t a sihom e ble c hunktorflim ied ashwhourdth at the rullGie'h mt h
Syihs bed west in the Ccnesto. if they are in good condition but ty budget can give her home bne, had at Jim's toutise. From bgr bs in ola I l
S th r i o whuethe bed will be about two or three the Individuality cf a custom- aVat d io here, it's just a stp to opn e teroerae
Aq a matter uf fact, this is a inches lower than it was. madeobwith new and refresh. house. it woud be 'a g~d ea
good time of year to take q crieti Lapen did nct recom end the ing wall treatments. When Jim decides th ea
gallook at the household bedding. se ofoa rubber mattresses on Pointing out that groups of wants'to have the gang over foriof time. Add-diced onions
ptgr, it's time for you to stepcther season'ngl( to rude meat
e ffortto n ur bidding sales open-type bed springs, gOOds Oprintsreperlynko framedoc, canh as gsa in a e
,/1 n g the traditionally slow win. cost a sizable chunk of cash, he ce fully. Give hi tppap uer t to en
,elaonths, you'll find good sales Innerspri mattressest are madeshuns them in the model home advice he ee t offer shaed e a pat t
1W oatfrfs eand box sprn as of steel cols upholstering ma- he decorated, which is a low- bgt.t ahimrator t il in- ar y ourg er' s
massganda teb la ot hs, teraser hun g p tty ...
I b d t :l c wittd tel ully cott,) and a no- cst house in this new commu- HO sgg on h ar et him rn o ter ha i
Ln t lk fo -" oaterlul (usually sisal)- nity bear Miami.hHe might.like to tr a ham'j' allowing a l oiind
Ieut.bed, s~,to may e tuf ed O w tftles r Instead, he plumps for taply-b r and sretthem is o los e r ll
tLapend me obe bo e The latter are l tuftedInsid the wood cut-outs, blocks of wood, over o torhe kids annoe d er on pat
f directors. of the National cover to hold the mattress in and native materials to make in- preparethe simple meal cooper- nds. a lotsc
Association of Beddingn u shape. You'll want to look for sup- in wall decorations that on hand sweet and i
port and comfort and, says Lap- could be duplicated anywhere at i c e i soda Ip ad.. co Put
i rst you decide on the size of pei, the only way to test this is to very little, if anyo t bits and candy.
It mI b e you'd like. lie down anl see how it feels. (In- ..e.y5 0
The standard length is 74-75 Inch., narsrings are usually less ex- Over the living-room sofa, for o t r
Sbt widths ern vmryr uiwaB'ds1 pensive than foam rubber.) hexampleuarerohungp sev e r aal Dent ee i
oJD, 33 and 36 inches for the It's the mark of the canny shop- leaves cuit from plywood ban Aueug pea
Aa beds designed for small lper to lock at the label demand- painted in bright of blue, 2n T ll ae
I n hs er den. i 'ied by law. This is the label that orange and white. tuat ging nh u ger
ops.a 4pt bed is 37-39 inches wide. tells you the contents, the per. These are arranged in a free-H lo nte dr
S"oree-quarter bed width is 4n centages of material ueed, wheol- form pattern. A similar treatment .talesHhangton.tnee specter isio van- loudcrashes fomt he th
and i double bed is 52-er all new material, type of fill. might be devised using as a motif squished, only to reappear in some do't jerk open the door and
-che ,u lee. ling and so on. design taken from wallpaper, hrep nel torna p er in
you're buying new equipment Reading one label may not make 'fabric, flower or fruit. Plywocd rpTae on t longe ta
B AcAd arut-outs are lightweight, sturdy and the disguise of learned language. "What was tJutr?"
, os-br 1t old headboard, measure much sense to you (at least it aegTh ethat last the l t It won't put h piaes bal
S -adboard before you go shop-didn't to me). But reading severaleasy for an amateur to handle. If are hung on our fears. It's no together agi d It will Pt
nd comparing contents and pri- youth his new say is amig erht surprise, since the dentist looms damper ort party. Sig on you
.estWoually falso economy. Lao- es will give you a good idea of!to tryouhsnw atsmg high on our list of unpleasant hands and cde nc ae tho
Id me, to buy a new mat- the quality you're buying, be toe project. dutiesthat myths about t ned ut alm
Of course, such a decoration is pesi Oeot h s a smat gaiu me r.
most harmonious vith strictly con- persist. One o t h e rwis o- a rt aio mt e
.-- '. temporaryry furnishings. But anoth- r h twetantieth-centure houswi fe r. t 1. .
.r idea Smith uses could be du- shrugged her shoulders att the rug 01a w=l-

.%em' t- d'sFour wivee of presidential appoint e e ttge omsether In WasLh o to plan the le dcral R~lerlar "Oh, well," she said, "a tooth s. i s
sfor the Assoeiation of Independent Agenci' Whve. iPur s of the associtao s to pmovede ba fre child." too, rather re
seihocualtoutletuforothehwovesofpresbdentialTapointees. Above from lf, are .(ry Albteito..nCole onthan making her take btter care l T o


bB oe By ALsh e HART They are:a.Mre. Albert M. Cole "Most of us came here in Jan- Yo r o dentist is the man for p d
o e .. son Kansas, whose husband is' uary, 1953, with the new Admin- teeth. He knows you and he -
the ay s made frunnyln t h e. WASH But the --(NEA -The administrator of the Houeg aous istration.a But, of course, we're know your teeth--the latter bet- w4NW YORK -airway for




'.. . eing-it- days. So many presidential appoint- Exchtnge Commission. i t cmmisson, the Federal Reserve calendar. Make them for h u s- ially treated so that the glow -





.._u to get together with .


S xmpousive now bed boasts a firm foam rubber mattress and On most things th re's no ned c lose friends. despite the touw people.- Up to now, however, no I ',"r .
turt box spring both covered in striped ticking. Headboad to hurr Baby, but d furious sal whirl. And one as gven muc out to
u /olsee In matching red Ucking books to box ."pring es3 can p ossibla Include
p -- oo make an effort to be sure Baby them on her invitation is the wives of presidential ap


eon e ry in 155. She pees the mirror and feels
lumps before he's a yearod. df expect to ask anyone else. po THEn association. Isparticular-,
he munches up big bites of crack h a group of braves ly appropriate, since many of
won't hover over him nervously "OUR husband ssociatn hav not been's i Washingt as one rings on on treeshe can
this" vwl do Soohi food too feendt e ie ry long," points cut Mrs. Dem- IT'S her neckline that gives a


s he tries to produce what he wonderful idea." says attractive count her years there. And she

HE school term that my arith- BY the end of my second hour view is just writing down your band heads te Foreign Clai i about overweight is aimed at men want to be a nag. Soh the reason nvnincs have to p
.your:bandaleadythe boreigngClaimaas any aile aspect 'of her looks.siatmnwanttobe nag.o
eoneeitlymiwh195..She peers51n the mirror and feelsI



petie teacher introduced me to with her, I cluld do fractions seasons for liking or not lking Settlement Commission a-V 'e ofac(1 and women of mature years. And, that wives do sometimes turn into with.
Actions. I developed a chronic I had out needed anyone to do some book. Did you like Ivahoe? From what I understand, as she loses weight, a mature nags must be because they don't The sighi of your hubad's
S .W session. It was over the phrase m) homework for me. All I'd nee" What's )our best reason?'' All rinelit. come rf the husband are even woman's neckline takes on years'know when they ARE nagging. ing back in a easy chair
common denominator I did not ed wa* someone who could wdlk there s your first sentence. I like thinking of forming their own as it grows slack. ; This little list might hellp any reminds you of soi tA y
w what one was mp' -thi store of the knight, Ivanhue, group." says Mrs. Gillilland, For a woman who has not lost wife.You are nagging if- for him b do.
S herchildren did. Joycusly the I do not know all the children because he was brave and kind to "But in February we're going to a lot f weight, the problems of Ycu are inclined to keep ater Y our
Sould bunce up to announce the in th world who hive b.en dis- Rebecca' ." have a dinner for them which 'we the neckline go with the prob- your husband to dc certain things appreciate you. and th
'Common denominator" of one ccuraged by homework Tiaose l "Is it cod or bad to help a expect to be our big event of the JAMESTOWN. N. Y. (UP) lems of posture. If a woman "for his own good. constantly el u heo ur nh
Siorth and five eights while I "a 'have known have ben discourage child with homework?" severalyear. Fred W. Austin, of nearby 'walks upright with a good head You can't rest easy untd your do fsr ht.
i my seat, sunk in deep gloom ed over it because of adult failure readers have asked me recently.; "Please don't think we're try-, Frewsburg, considers himself a carriage she should not have husband does some chore cr makes You want to mas. ld r
o.r my failure to understand. to talk simply. It seems to me always good to ing to be social rlifr hers." em-r fortunate young man. 'a dowager chin. Bom repair you feel should be husband koaes jut BOw
S d nobody for help with my Teaching s th l to clai- clarify a child's understand of phasizes Mrs. Gillland. "All cf; He was riding alone in his car But for a woman who has taken care of, and so keep men- his rlativ or a
.abmetle homework. fc'. To eft fo en ayou what's wanted from him. If he's us have more than enough par recently when it left the highway,'peeled ff many pounds, the tioning that it nods to be dein m nto i. i
la1g vacatina. my marks have to tl2 amly. properly clarified, he'll shove you ties to attend. But we do feel it'sbowled over a high tension pole, problem becomes more difficult You dcn't have any faith in hsi Wh '
.nmes tkhe s' bect of fami- S- ne of ther teachers can't, away if you bother hin while he's important to have a permanent four mail boxes and a sin. doe- She asould massage the loose memory and so realid him oU your g W. Mn
SA tator was hastiy That is why ddle come home producing what's wanted, organization that will welcome meolshing the behicle.. skin that used to over all that and over to do the simplest Wle abot . -
so durss earo frst apalad t b yamsn t to No, I do not that helping and give advice to wives who Pollee said the high tension flesa with a camphor tissue thing. Y t. a..
40s ssl. A -. due a Iv aare. with homework teaches depend- are stranrs here." wires, carrying 2,0S volts coiled cream. Work from the tip ad the You can't let bymee be by- yeW l a "li m
l. s iust:a T hopeit VWg t he noe it by help wemean "larl- She and three other women around the car and a tiek plank chin firmly doew onat the cheat. gMe, but keep bni a1 0 or ta .
Mg nueSr here. doesn't o w tat g u review fcatien." OB the eotrary, if we whose husbands direct Iadepd- rammed through the wandsibeld Thea dash on cold water to pleasant things tha. an paae sad Ths
Lma auI- is. i. t f dI N3 will. n-'mt r la explaa ftg to them,t the ent Agencies, smet i frrmally to n the driver's side. But Austin 0UM the sked If ab has time. should be das with. _
Sha St' s affect ua tIat yem can beeuma met pestifer- other day to s*am arrangembts walk m away with oay two sualai maue w m an t mod e Te *, 2 T Tw see i m
we hae, ..s..3 We e y depnsadL. 'for the coaing year. lets. do la. You let ata g ot huW a h -









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]Abbe Pierre's Heat War


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MISS JOAN


TO MR. CORLISS IS ANNOU
Mrs. Walter Vap Vleet of Ba i
meat of her daughter, Joan, to Mr. John
of Mr, and Mrs. John B. Corliss, formerly


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-Y ...-- UBy UNITED PRESS
ALack of unity, according to Bar-
t., ,ai .l d Pwd4 I' net Litvinoff, author of Ben-Gur-
0ion of Israel (Praeger) is re-
4 g .sponsible for miny of the current
S #7 failures of the state of Israel, both
in its domestic affairs and Its re-
latgions with the outside world.
Litvinoff does not hesitate to
place squarely on the shoulders of
Ben-Curion part of the burden fob
the rupture between the Israeli
Leadership and thp main group of
American Zionists headed by Rab.
Eabc nontie for iluslon T ind bi Hillel Silver of Cleveland.
cel mWshould submitted t I t ap- Litvinoff claims that "Silver
wrtnm fe and m o a4 oe clashed with Ben-Gurion because
csil alm ot e new es _d his mind refused to be adjusted
by Nm to the Npatimo to the realities of Jewish auton.
meetm ednnra.be eVted by olw* my in Israel. He wanted, as ac-
2 "owledged leader of American
Men'd- oe thoe Adnism, to have a hand in events
I) 14" _Which to him were world Zionist
4X n = rltar, UnLon Church problemss and which to Ben-Gur-
hl, Mls Joli were matters of state pure
ibonty d toi MO And simple. Ben-Gurion would net
day, r:15 p.m. otyr1 gear of Silver's remote control
dining room. 4kfrom New York, or Cleveland,
AfMtr the dinner, Mr. imes Ohio
HBgan, president, wilj duct lOe book traces the life of Ben-
o I short bus t Gurion through his youthful days .
which time new.officers tO ,he as a leader of the left-wing Zion-
ensuing year will e o ,eet. ist group In Poland, his entry into
Se sp t for the evening Palestine in one of the early
wil be th verend Paul H. waves of illegal immigration, his
SOlandr, has Just recently student days at Canstantinople.
returned 'fm five year hs a meetings with the leaders of
"Greece. HI- topic will be What the Zionist movement . all of
IFor AmGreece."Has Done opand Istee Doing hich o led his iresolut ono SELTERED FROM THE W NI IGHT In a Paris subway station, homeless get hot soup before beddiag down on
FoReservations my be de by tat it seemedd that only David
calling E. E. Pinky) Ordb at Be-Gurion and he alone had t By ROSETTE RARGRO fellow men weighed down by dis. homeless," he explains. "They ical breakdown in a
lelng E. E. 3 (Pinky)eOvi eth. ress.. are more likely to number 6000. Southern France. a
2raeL." *.* PARIS (NEA) -As th. s Three months 4ter his peace- We ourselves have made arrange- There he finds the U-,
St. Mary's Alumnae The Duck Hunt by Hugo Claus cold wave of 1955 pt Serss ul -blitzkrieg there were 250 ments to take in about 200 in the even warmer by reports
T Hod Annual DinnerTheDuck Hunt by Hugo Claus Paris, it produce ty .inter pew homes ready in his emer- basement of this headquarters. IParls headquarters: the
The TI annual dinner of 8. Ma- (Random Housei is a story of pro- pictures of th er cutln- agency city of Plessis-Trevise, But it Is more than probable the,he made a year ag6 of -. ,
ray's Academy's Alumnae Asso- fane love, incest and death in ed in snow .ced not- a few miles outside of Paris. The authorities will have to open up home project is about to -
clation will he held on Thursday Flanders fields, tending to prove so-ptett the city's builders: his "CoMpanicns of Em- the vast cellars under the centralifilled.
at the Washington Hotel at 6:30that Tobacco Road knows no bor- hom own for t h e maps," a group of 180 which he markets."T s
tp.m rdthe W in tion o :30ders.T a te la n nDallets min Paris started in 1951 with six others. suhThe ssuglet n bwwrut ad'e
Installation of the new of icers The action takes place In the T add to the embarrassment The Municipal Council has con- houses, bit t b 3000 of
for 1955 and the initiation of the days just after World War II, , of te Ministry Q Reconstruction, sidered g lowers who worked '
class of 1954 will take place dur- aFlemish 'farm initially inh s a as such pictures might the Companions lent $100,oo0 vetoed it because of traff prob- day in exkange for
ing the dinner. by the promiscuous A-weidow t b however, they were an minds- for hoWSing a few months after lems in the congested market 75 cents a d y pocket mon
Ing theAll Alumnae of the Academy skiers; her daughter Ant,aln tin cation that Paris Officials were the Ccuncil of the Republic had area. ut it is seeking other scon be eady for
All Alumnae of their Acae wed mother-to-bee o a who "this time quick to do something vetoed a $3,000,000 bill to create solutions. dedicated tp Abbe Pert
aer vestedsto ma keftheirlle ted, illegitimate son anmeno about the pli-ht ... .. emergency homes for the hun- Meantime Abbe Pierre is .re. "Our work is for the
I. angr Mrs. Marcel Belano er Mr has an unhealthy affecting fors M herited." There was also evidence dreds of families living in shacks, cuperating from a complete phys-.everybody."
Luis Castillo, Miss peclla Baa- half-sister, ad two of Mrs.Met- that Abbe Pierre, herald as tents, cellars, attichs and old rail-
M111ala-or ers' .W le. lovers Peter, "man of the year' and "apostle road cars.
LiCail, i ateredr oher son and mu- whatethe
MISEmila sor ss fa;er d..hu r son and mur ,of the homeless" a year ago. is, Remembering what the Abbe
ar odAd her husband; and Jules, a still a power to be reckoned with. started la_
ALtime rounder turned religious, Li ar a


reaidln in Orlando, Florida. Miss Van Vleet t ic
of the late Walter Van Vleet.W
The wedding date will be announced later.

.Wednesday Club Meets art and showed her guests love-
With 'Mrs. pennington ly ceramics and interesting ba- night aove, got palls.
Mrs. Homer Bennlngton of Co- teas. She also discussed the use plorers of an seltering blankets a bowl of hot soup, and
co Solito was hostess for this' of art in therapy and rehabilita- Cristobal th set for the the homeless, co acting clothing a cup of coffee before being turn-
week's meeting of the Wednes-'tion work. meant prevalle s both a and emergency goods for them. ed out the next morning.
Club.. Later the group enjoyed lunch-chose he n adeth The Abbe asked for 4000 blankets; Thre are also ten shelters,
new member Mrs. aton eon at the Gamboa Golf Club In correct- the in two days, he had 20,000. When handling about 200 each, scatter-
Bell, was votedinto the club, and! and toured the Summit Experl dats y = amand ned e.o- ium's the emergency was over. the ed around Paris. plus two more'
after the offleilal business a but- mental Gardens. onded. Wrttn allots were col- ly- Kryn Abbe's cause had received more run by 'he Salvation Army and
fet supper was erved Members and guests prese ted. co arid tallied by 1chigclai than $1,Q,000 in cahs. one by the French Red Cross.
Tserwt s eeda.t was won Icluded Miss1 ,aierand 'onside only1a9
.Thewhite elephant was won included MissMarle GerSpp .-and u.only 19 Since then, the man who gave But all this, says a spokesman
s au'thor.-a19,,,, pp his depf seat to devote hislat Abbe Pierre's d stress head-
Te club preidMack= ; Mrs. le Menlon 4t loifo e to thd wn-ad-outs" has quarters In a 'debated hotel, .is
ey, announced that card Miss Marlene rs W ha hitting English by deon n not 3

Members attending were Mrs.1 Johnson, Duke Wilson, J. A. ew Leader A population increases and
George Nelly, Mrs. Rudolph Moudy and Mrs. Moudya mother; The frbo fho Cew Lor pltioe n increases a end"r
p wuesoM a J C emade on our natural resources,

S rspo, Mrs. Charles Green, Mrs. Mrs. Frances Bouton who is idr i.. in witt mre an oure reasn Rabbit Punches
SJames Facer. Mrs. Louis Hoopey, iting here from the States. mers of the twt rews were. warning voices are raised, calling l
j MLrs. James Evans and Mrs. Rob-! -n hr rm John 'M raw, Mire attention to the need for better .
Gertearles. Mr. andMMrs.Aee s Bill FCe ane Jim conservation. The alternative is f T
t ---G Back From Boquete a, M wit GrT an, Jimn depletion and disaster for all. Wa- Part Thaila in
/ Panatmete Guests Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Arze, P,, we"lt GrOce r, s im o deaohaanddiloile r frh alv.e c me r A- rrt Of U T aIl an Boxing
recentt guests at Hotel Pana- have returned to Panama d B as weYeo mass Jed toeackr. and wsoildlife haveiron, coalme in for
mott included Mr. and Mrs. after a wedding trip during their share of atenton by te o --
Loring Dam of Philadelphia,Pa.; which they stopped at Hotela crew ts a active program conservationists in their alarm or
Mr. and Mrs. Brnest B. CoXhead nomente in Boquete, R. P. emp the future. In Water Or .Your By GENE D. SYMONDS to a clinch and Red Pants hung
of San Francisco, Calif.; Mr. M. ---ir S.us W Life, Arthur H.: Cathart wept into onto Blue Pant's neck and pumped
E. Hotel, Mr. Tracy K. Hastings Church of Sayur t detail to show how present de- B(GKOK (UP) Man, I away at his stomach with his
anD Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Nufia, all Plans Annual Fair l h f r uts iands on natural underound s think Joe Louis, Rocky knees.
of Panama Mr. Mayer Laniado The third annual Fair ue and and that crow A ttle later Blu Pants got Red
aond Mr. Jcky Malul, both of Barbecue on the grounds of te meti t the Gr could reduce large areas of the a pretty tough pitch. But corn- laterBue ants tRe
Noe. Eaiscoal will.F Scout house in Balboa at ': country to desert if the trend pared.to what passes for boxingbPnsbckpdlntarsr
'day. Crtoal wl e newrt wr e not reversed. Now Carhart ot he'e in .Thailand the boys ring. So Red Pants backed uplik
Mrs. Steveae, day, from :00 to 10 p.m. .m. Tuesday. turns his ttentin to a closely iht as well be rolling hoops. fast, bounced pff the ropes like
Entertains NeWcmers Meals will be served from 5:00 related subject in Timber in Yettr Fighters in both countries wear "Gogeus orge mang a
rs Willia Stevenson p on. Obe Tu, to show how boxing glovesand shorts, and they ng t e an Blue
Gamboa was hostess on ThftFs- A band concert from the Colon Lfe T a y i re ruP n g out,,of wood. fight g the same size rind but Peng gt n some good licks rights
boao theNewcomerslu romJerry wilbe heldat f:0hailanthchtwB otheet.Blu
day to the wtners Club from Bombos w be held at 7:00 A Besides man, the heedless waster, from then on in any resembance ants got in some good linched byg
h Aane Side. p.m. Iot e our forests are being ravaged by between the two for style and ex- fter tat whe they clinched by
-T*he 'sctetary of the Orchid Original art work will be set ForMrs. Price fire, and disease. It is an inter- citement is purely coincidental. working on Red Pant's kidneys of
Society exhibited and explained aside for prizes. On tS. ICS testing story of a situation which Here feet, elbows, knees and o head butts
the- care of a number of sped- This affair will offer some- must be corrected or else . thumbs are legitimate weapons good head butts.
es. Sh alo poe briefly on thing for the entire family. Funeral Services will be held and a deftly delivered knee to the In the last round both boys were
for the late Mrs. Cecilia Codo- The Treasury of Science Flr- groin, a rabbit punch or an elbow pretty winded, but Picolo Pete
S an Price Tuesday at the Coro- tion Classics edited by Harold W. uppercut is wildly cheered by the p idd te
GirlLChafelsKuebler (Hanover House)coin- bloodthirsty audiences as greatoand his buddies uppn d the beat

h O officials Consider will gather at house ides neatly with recently pub- skill with their cymbals and drums and
M a102d, La Boca at noon, and from wished "treasuries" for science rie-s both fighters responded on cue.
-there to Corozal Chapel. tin, for Kuebler has dipped into A newcomer to Thai boxing Both were up and down mose

n n Mrs. Price came to the th- the classics and brought many matches gets the impression of a times than I could count, but they
mus during the early construc- the better ones together. He has P a r t i c u a y spirited M adi- were on their feet at th l e end. Bs oth
Ad tion days was member of the drawn on Edgar Allan Po G. sen Square Garden preliminary, ahad numerous large bruises on
o -u ,r ant o ety he Is rWlls Jes Verne and Arthur television wrestling match and their bodiens.wnt e
RAN MARGAN Lloyd George promised the deied by a daughter, Mrs. Lilian Conan Doyle among others. professional football melee rolle d figure out whaton. But I never
LONDON (UP) Britain's eraton by the government" f the pianist on the Atlantic side th riThe of program m is worth referee for.
-mposth-old maoral clean-up cam- whole horror comics ques. step-son rladston Brown, andt price of mission a one.
;agp has moved into the polti- tion. Soon after he announced a four grandchildren, A five-round prelim was de-ho/f t
has movesnto =the poitt-ifull government inquiry into S ah tBuPn scribed thusly: e s
cars. mova aito the pltI p an. n t -o I t en 'i"Sam, in the red corner, aggres-.
atr a entariaose church and n hnl legislation deys customers want to see nu- ive star of Theppichai camp. He
ic leaderst are ebien elers-sessicof palamn t a "r A member committee repre- ____________ ______i a kiwt dous im Inm Qaaua/
the a bin et are weigiC o eChs-erotti -"t afrltogether. tentative of all classes and inter- give and take' method to finish
att prostit Sir les, minister of the ounry iat pr t FICTION his work as soon as possible. And
se ty pornography a education, ft exhibition sitting as a government inquiry (Compiled by Publishers' Weekly) Choo Silp in the blueeorner, sup- PROVIDENCE, R. IN (UP)
c ureQ oernubeat late te h-oT cs i i o red by into the existing laws relating to THE VIEW FROM POMPEY'S er star of Thiamprasitdh camp-- Rhode Island's conservation de-
l has beet lso gt.ed with de oy.thigtf Taethee e fa ho.mosexual offenses and prostitu. HEAD- Hamilton Basso a tough aggressive fighter with apartment says the state's quahaugb
^ ^ .......ontld ... .. LOVE IS ETERNAL Irving elbow smashe
at to ban mt ae of soc "I think it may well be neces- Onr the committee's finding the StEonS kEN i e sma s and dangerous industry is kept frm doubling be-
orta ep ttu wh V mcs babi sary to he the BriUsh Hodaya ravel o knee whi provides sen station for cause of shellfish pirates.
teatreare bingscored for t Recel th Bih a Associatt, said e tute NOT AS A STRANGER Mor- stylized hopping around and arm- 0 s Of Mea
miiste shaoveows h inteiat the in- ag. inst rt na"t co .n tegsylaton w o ibe ratecesswary to Thoama CONaugsingit eirc m eanddrusa


tr*de,,a ols e .T Teacher s b.lo... co mbat the increase in prostitu- SOLDIER OF. FORTUNE E- weekly card recently and was tim- Ev. ca an Day. tp-
.Wnag0 ,+rill_ + h as b oon described tal t r iny atyes. KATHERINE -- Anya ton-I nghly entranced. Flrst 8o all, rate orth W Tof aure t











Sgovernaent lspa y to r m and tSom5 toexuaine nes t K.e b s a ver mportan GapnrtG
yee, ayen the boys enter the ro thr onded e
.w a RECnOReS ronde'wderesurvs, A Brat, -m- t b teps up --d bemt a es prk e the ba .
ithae c .-t u. e puishee f hort Arthur Morse chairman o ir BRO T cER'S KEEPER tsin d several minutes on their w
.i PCsc-cm toteshomics blacklist a rtteCs a ond by eea, tge. behs o adt TheMrarsoe cravmu h n werv Thdo m esm, ultcount, bu a
t.ltsC aim perverts, wtihe variety t -- the ...t.s..Hd. anTrAvel bArcaDnenport heeh spar aing. Thren t do.somi-ern
theatreu are bein. scored for srelC RAen-Cfa l .e ,s---. Associatled, said the oitlte NOTA AR t- ota stylied, hopping around and anr-1l Ton f Mueat
S SOn '" t" tc tO el-r.lr NROPISL, cla Lro I ndon s without par- ton hompasona throw g u a lreseng up pro-i .a rsd ner arthe eI
t p arolm te Western fte wol1wy wdrgawrldo POWt and PterbO ess ois E e
.. whiti alled."t -rwayiinn sex Bi bing "o ove ietas visitors .are being TH JEle Oe POS E The fiven-round mai event was Lery Day
to Mal rit is laotyd e g, proia rs, nth -e.t binu ya shocked by its enorm- __IInNDol -- normanp- between s .a 136-pound youngstertr olle To Mar
"boythe"Mok stadecarefulsUieMr"U A.D t oEoamp and a- 134-pounder, Jenna-
LNO ( UP t ritae' r. ortt t cn bthgN -to'GmantondtRiceac ng, "super star of Loogsurtd COLUMBUS, (UP
d Pas' typoanothers t m~eral at fsex wa_ the mS LoIthEGISLATE ABRAHAM LINCOLN Carl eamp." Enough livestock are injured or
pgopb tmoe inh type e had t oa,,tt n. o f.an ac OCR Nc (UfPu gacidbren .. As the boys came out for thelklled daily on their way to mari1
mo4*"aMaMt ave *ntiftul tgo hermtinqadown .tw e- O*,will lt e ,- REASURY l- Ed. by Roger drums, cymbals and what sound-eneeds for hasl a million people,
-of .hsa fine tarewei ing ald 'forsaltog e t h .ter disito. tatei's l-me be house of rep- IL CRY TOMORROW illian er clarinets started playi Ohio Sta Unive f
r o t b Pr wsiit lesm.n"st re eecttyi s a e tc Roth The band prsa veryOE wk ism ...tanepo rtantepert.
.w e literature.ga igoenetiur(CmldaPb Womeih ars two other ml erl) parn t f the i lghts becausPROVIDENCER. eIit P
-msbyinto thestnerrlai fmao of, the Orwr oFf Wn .l d la A B aM&K |-,ppoSsed to pro viat ea.campo c -hamdeIsl. a manrkde's etion a e-
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FOR SALE.---Borgain. lr"
buner os stove, 36" wid
Apex oqtomotic roll-way dish
washer .tike new $125; electric
water heater $120. Phone 3-
2-735r 3-5057 ofter 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: Apprtment size
household gos stove, all porce-
lain 60-cycle refrigerator, 60-
cycle Bendix Economat. child's
chest of drawers. Call Ponamo
3-09 1.;
FOR SALE:-One 9-cu. ft. refri-
erator, one davenport, dresser,
bueau. two 25-cycle 10" fans.
Any reasonable offer accepted.
H. W. Bigelow. 310-8 Coco Solo.
.Phone 3-6-698
FOP SALE: Mahogany dining
room set, china closet. extension
table and choirs. Reaonable. 3-
2904, Margarita 8201-B, 6lh
Street.
FOR SALE -Mahogany eowe seat
$42, glides with coer $8: couch
$5. metal dresser $7 50 tale
$1.50; trumpet $25: assorted
venetian blinds and miscellaneous
items. 08"7 Morgan Ave. Balboa.
FOR SALE:-25-cycle automotyc
achingg machine. See at hc.ue
5768-A, Apt. A, Sibert Street.
Doablo.
FOR SALE -Brond new refrgey-
ator 7 cubic feet 25.-cycle. tor
.5239 50. ADlIV Ot Inver.iones


. Generales. S A Ave Jose Fran-
Cisco de a Of m...


living room set; new metal Insu.
lated large picnic box. 44th St.,
21. Apartment 4
FOR SALE -Westnghouse refrit
gerator. excellent cornditrin No
reasonable offer rpf,.sed. 0429-J.
Ancon Call 2-3253

Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY -Household
furnishings, including kitchen.
for family with children. 3-3646.
4 0%^ r o r1. l i & I l i1


Agenda Internal, de Publlcaciones
461 Cenu'al Ave
FARMACIA LUX
Parque Latevre S Lreet
LEWIS SERVICE
160 Central Ave.


FOR SALE
Automobiles


FOR SALE:-1950 Plymouth 2-
door Sedan, Excellent throughout.
Let your mechanic check it first!
$750. Phone Gatun 5-579,


.MERCIAL &
ESSI0NAL

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SEPTIC TANK
you Need
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lew Amastzing Natural
te Destroyer. KUt
and Reduees MIs
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o. F. NOVEY, INC.
S279 Central Avm..
Tel. 3-0140



NETT & DUNN
MOOM DANCE STUb O
AL PANAMA, SUITE SIII
9 p.m. Adult. Pre-teem
rS. Vy appointment enIly.
S....... Balboa 2-4239
SP.... Panama 3-1660



PROPRACTORS
A. ad L 9QILLAC

_4* rday: I L2 noon.
*'TeL .3-12
at3e trIoLux Thetre


FARMACIA ESTAD08 UNIDOS
149 Central Ave.
FARMACIA VAN-DER-DIJS
50 Street No. 6b
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
J. Fco. de la One Ave, No. 41


OVDA U ,
Via apafia No.34


MISCELLANEOUS


PENTECOSTAL (Assemblrt of
God, .etc.)' Fellowship meetings
Saturday 7 p.m. in Library USO
IJWOI Building, Balboa, C.Z.


DR. WENDEHAKE Medical/ClIn-
ic, 209 Central Avenue, beside
Capitoio Theater. Phone 2-3479
Panama.

FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE.'-Limited quantity 9
cubW ft. Firestone, slightly used'
refri 1 ors. For quick sale. Bar-
gal !Cioe. On display at FIRE-
ST l .. Autom.ble Kow.
FOlt E: ARIO TROPI-
CAL PIT ,I a small paying
business big future, un-
.able to" rno. Phone Panama
" 3-2845 or. -541'L
LEAVING ISHMUS. MustI'W
SPURURID female BOXEI IMPP-
PIgS for the exceedingly low price
of $25 each. (Not registered.)
Call 3-2145 fro4 3 to 7 p:m.
FOR SALE-BOX1f PUPS, AKC
registered, 12 weeks old. Phone
Panama 3-5371 'or see them at
"La Choza," 5007 Juan Diaz
Road, near entrance to Old Pan-
ama.

FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE:- High land in the
hills overlooking miles of field
and forest; 20 minutes from
center of city on Trans-Isthmian
Highway; water.light, tetephotte;
1585 meters; part or oiall; cash
time. 3-2364, Miss Ptijo.


ters. Las Cumbres. All 4 facing
highway. Will not sell separately.
Phone Balboo 3339 or house
6201, Los Rios.


FOR SALE:-1940 Nosh Sedan.
Good transportation. Cheap. Tel.
2-3363. Hduse 6338, Los Rios.
AT AGENCIES COSMOS, Auto
Row No. 29, Panamoa, we hove
for immediate delivery German
Fords in all types a n d .models.
Phone 2-4721 Panama.
ATTENTION auto owners:-W .
h a ve for immediate ship imnt
1955 Models Ford Victoria
Coupe, Mainline FordQir Cus-
tomline Fordors, 8-passinger Sta-
tion Wagons with Fordomatic.
Agencies Cosmos, Phone 1625
Colon, Melendez Ave, and 16th
Street-Your Friendly Ford Deal-
er.
FOR SALE: Pontiac Station
Wagon, 1951 model, six cylin-
ders. Apply "Cia. General de Se-
guros," Johnny Arias.
FOR SALE: Highway 8- ton
trailer, brand new. Apply at In-
versiones Generales, S.A., Aye.
Jose Francisco de la Ossa No. 38.
FOR SALE:-1951 Ford Victoria
Hardtop. Excellent condition
throughout. Call Curundu 2130.

Position Offered
WANTED:- Panamanian secre-
tary, excellent in English short-
hand and fast typist; also oble
Span sh correspondence. Must be
and preferably male
or single ^rw^threo
required. Telephone Monday on
Tuesday for appointment 2-0206.
r e emig-* -0
WANTED:- Panamanian sales-
man or single saleswoman over
25 years age. Must have at least
three years selling experience in
retail shop. References necessary
and must be fluent in English,
neat in appearance and well
mannered. Telephone Monday
and Tuesday for appointment
2-.0206.


DAMAGED? Pretty Renate
Hoy shows where she was in-
jured when she reportedly fell
through a glass door while.pos-
ing for publicity pictures. She's
asking $6500- damages. The
-German beauty, now a Holly-
wood actress, was taking part
in a contest to seld t *"Th# (rlW
of the Golden West" at the
time of the accident.


Illinois' Oldest
Hotel Site Is
In Chicoao Loop
CHICAO (UP) There has
een a hotel on the same plot of
round in Chicago's "Loop" for
17 years, although the structure
as changed.
A plaque presented to the Ho-
el Sherman by the Daughters of
he American Revolution in 1929,
et on an outside wall at the in-
ersection of Ran dcph and Clark
dreets. reads: "This marks the
ldest site in Illinois on which a
hotel has been continuously main-
,alnin,"


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American, Ewspem,

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RESORTS


WILLIAMS' Sn.r Clara Beach
Cottages--rockga&, refrigeration,
2-bedroom. Phene Balboa 3050.
Phillips. Oqdens d cottagi s..
Santa Clara. Box 435, Balboa.
Phone Pa4froa-3..I877, Crisfo-
bol 3-1673.
'Gramllch's Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gamboa
6-441.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES, one mile
past Santa Clara. Low rates.-
No reservations necessary.

FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT:-Small chalet: living
room, dining room, kitchen, bed-
room. Suitable for one or two
persons. Inquire 50th Street No.
8 6, downstairs.
,FOR RENT:-House with three
bedrootns, sitting room, dining
room for $50. Information: Ines,
Apartment 2, Bolivor No. 3019,
3rd Street, Colon.
FOR RENT:-2.bedroom chalet,
1 block from L T Embassy, 39th
Street No. 31: Mbfd's room, two
bathrooms, garage,, terrace; near
bus line, $140. Call 3-0808.
FOR RENT:-Chalet: Three bed-
rooms, dining, drawing room,
porch, maid's service, garage.
Ave. Chile, house No. 8, near
American Embassy. Phone 3-
2703 Panama.
FOR RENT:---Good opportunity,
furnished chalet in nice neigh-
borhood. hot water installation.
Phone 3-0220.
FOR RENT:-Chalet: Three bed ,*
. i i rd rthaf
East 0. 5N ,S 0maontlPh/ In-
qure at House No. 50.


FOR RENT
Ap ", .to I
ATTENTIIO aL Just b u I t
modern ful$khed apartments, 1.,
2 bedroom, hot, cold water. Tel.
Panama 3-4941, v


FOR RENT:-Furnished and un-
furnished 2 & 4-bedroom apart-
ments. Contact Alhambra Apart-
ments, 10th Street. Phone 1386,
Colon.


FOR RENT:-I-bedroom, parlor-
dining room apartment in house
No. 45 Ave. Jose Francisco de la
Ossa, $60. De Castro, No. 24,
Ave. B. Also one furnished apart-
ment suitable for bachelor or
married couple.
FOR RENT:-Unfurnished apart-
ment, Bella Vista: 2 bedrooms,
cool, modern, sea view apart-
ment, hot water heater, garage,
also available if desired for pur-
chase: stove, washing machine,
refrigerator. Panama 3-0911.
FOR RENT:- Furnished apart-
ment for 2 persons. "L" Street
No. 3, first floor, facing Lesseps
Park.
FOI RENT: Completely fur-
nished 1-bedroom apartment in
private residence, refrigerator.
gas stove, $75 monthly; $70
long term. 48th Street No. 3.
Phone 3-1146.
FOR RENT:-Wire screened
quarters, No. 61 4th of July Ave.
W, T. Lum, phone 2-2446.

WANTED
Apartments
WANTED:- For American cou-
ple, two or three-bedroom aopart-
ment. Prefer in "El Cangrejo."
For further information please
call Panama 2-1046 or 3-3506.

FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:-Rooms with private
bath, hot water, opposite Inter-
national Hotel, Excelsior Build-
ing, $30. Ave. "A" 16.


Running 4-Mile
Railroad Is Fun

CASSVILLE, Mo. (UP) -
There was no dividend for stock-
holders, but the operators of the
Cassville & Exeter Railroad said
they didn't mind.
There's something about run-
ning a railroad that stirs the
imaginationof man even when it's
ly a 4.8 mile one.
We're keeping A couple of
Jumps ahead of the sheriff," said
Fielding P. Sizer', president of the
C. & "It's fun. Not every man
has the opportunity to be running
railroad, you know."
The. .C. & E. labors upgrade
from Cassville to Exeter to jick
up whatever freight has been
dro;Wd oft at Exeter. Mo., by
th big Flaco. The Frisco gives
its rejected. ties to the C. & E.,
which has not been shy aboo ac-
cepibg them.
"We're not roud" Sizer said.
The C. & E. got a real break
when it oame upon James. A&-
ley. He is the road's ma er
and, a former ghort.line


SpECIADO 7 Street s
ja 4ib of July Ave. & J St.
,- FOfO DOMY'
1)1o ~maoceDn A%@. and 33 St.
LOUItMZa CXARMAC I
/' 2 La CairaMuilla


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FOR SALE OR RENT:-In EL
VALLE, furnished modern 4-bed-
room .chalet with beautiful hill-
top view. 7 /2 acres. All conve-
niences, including hot water,
B4lboo 3060..


Uloblv-. Waihilnon. D.C.
, p entIt Pedro MIlumS
.T15. USd1boa. C Z
awMl in: IuoSTHODONTIA
r( tlntluf taid Bridge'or..
I' AEBaASIVF. (new technique
fer dental flullSup).
i'leain: X-rayl Surgery -
ja Gbildren Dentistry.
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a buy a W5T 'FOUUNDU
PLEX- see the LOST:- Identification bracelet, L E. Veep Says
engraved Lynn E. Dean Jr., UF e ld
SIwi' Reflex Camera 19421925. Lacona 3428. Eec
- _y br Glider Pilots Have Homes Are Next

7..i Private Air Lanes SCHENECTADY, N. Y. (UP)
A D --Electricity will heat many of our
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (UP)- homes within five years, accord-
-, Glider pilots have discovered their Ing to Chester H. Lang, a General
own private highways in the sky. Electric vice president, who also'
Scientists say these highwayss" predicted:
I make it possible for the gliders to
Ship along at 100 miles an hour (1) Luminous ceilings that can
R S 5for distances that range from 20 be varied in brightness and color
P a DI dt Mayo to00-miles. and which go on automatically
RRAS P aza 5 de MayO There's only one trouble, ac- when i person walks into the
cording to the Air Force's Cam-iroom.
bridge Research Center. These ex-
)re Owner Helps tra -high highways last only about (2) Cordless clocks that work on
: a hour before deteriorating or short-wave from the Naval Ob-
iples To Marr y disappearing. servatory;. s
(3) A -television set that looks
AIBSTER. Okia. (UP- The highways are formed by cu- like a picture on the wall.
P- - mulus clouds cauliflower-like _____
cal haruwdre store owner, formations caused by rising warm 1
gie. Collier, is fast becoming air. The clouds form parallel Jne.< h f
jr in launching marriages, with their axis in the general
er has twice turned his wind direction.
Into a wedding chapel, con- Thus, they make excellent ave- PAm flaw UlAD A
with altar and potted nues for non-powered aircraft. II VIii
. He has encouraged local Soaring along on these highways, *
esats to join him in shower- the glider pi1 t will find undrafts 'WAUPACA Ws .(UP) -
Scouples with household aplenty to keep him aloft and Tradition an ptroiess collided at
Including kitchen equipment, moving fast. the opening 'sdsion of the Wau-
Sand groceries. paca CoUlnty board to cause the
r Byear-old merchant said But if a highway does lose its ewly elected sheriff, Floyd Tay-
sto d his novel practice one glider enticing qualities, there's lor, one ot his "most embarrasing
an engaged couple were usually another not too far away, moment&".
i alere discussing their. com- if the pilot will fly cross wind. The Tayor, following custom re
mage.. _cumulus cloud lines are spe^" -
sked where they were cumulus cloud lines are spae ented theoard members wit a
s mred y wee about five miles apart, and eoxot i..
to get married, and the highways likewise. of ci -
'I a=a replied that they were The_0___ I to
M eT couldn't afford a The W eigApe .ere, enough to
W watch W here You t around when the board tuim-
WS "' dave the ceremony L et t sered 48 supervisors. But Taylor
".the 4mbinessman said. Mii! /I r Was short one cigar because he
.I-0bsw they have a etterforgot about three newly elected
-eloy homre, and he I V ..e. kl supervisors from the new city of
tifi h-sense of security l Kearney INeb. IManawa, who were seated for the
"M br,,he help from the ,irst time. |
b' a een an important iKEARNEY Neb. -(UP)- The f--st-t..
the marriage on lKearney Daly Hub warned citi- .. .
ad Ik ., *. J z that the city does not guar- Ur V
VL h eLs_ v stuging I anee delivery of letters "maied" I
ced with modest in the city's new trash cans. 'Get Dusty At TYale b
spiraling living costs The city placed 16 of the new
help in setting up ,cans on Central Avenue to help, NEW HAVEN, Conn. (UP) 1
-k r keep the city clean. -The popular belief that mu- h
he 5L drawn no .critt- But he newspaper. reported seums are merely warehouses for
local churches. Col-Ithat "because the containers are dead animals and musty old- col- t
problem is find i about the same color of letter elections is being difproved at Yale tt
wds that attend drop boxes, some nesrons have University. s
been putting in mail." Yale's Peabody Muzsum of Na. -
tural History actually is audio-vi- s
sual education in three dimen-
UA There's no much thing as Lt
aA "grand tour" at Peabody. Sta
deat from puWg add prite
7 FOR IMsMEIATh nELIVErY schools and colleges and univer-
SFOR IMM E Lv. sity come to the museum for a
CANAL ZONE particular purpose, such as to stu-
Sy a particular exhibit q( dino.
S5Isaurs.
The exhibits don't bava lu4t
SCylinder Mainline Fordors chance to gather dusL Most are
6 Cylinder Cusrtesline Ferdors changed every few months. Oth-
ers, "those expressing true that
SCutomline Forder do not change," are kept iatact
Srl n Victrl from year to year.
Peabody'slservic department
S' V I' lUon Wagn. 8 Pan., fordormatic provide instructor ar dls
S-,i, t :.r:----.. .- groups, thus turning the m1UumA
141 tAW Frieoftyinto a classrooma.
Ht A bus at Peabody


HOTEL EL PANAMA'S Carnival queen, Aurita I- on raised platform, joinsa her court in dc-
Ing the age-old Panamanian dante the "tamborito" during the Hotel's spectacular four'-ay
Carnival in the Republic of Panama. Guests, as well as local residents join in the gaiety f
"Pollera" night, when, each, year, everyone wears Panamna'a colorful national costume.



Carnival Plans At El Panarma Announce$;


Old Panama To Live Again Feb. 19-22


I "...PANAMEN1 VIDA MIA"
Panameno, Panamefo,
Panamenfo, Vida Mia
Yo quiero que tu me lleves
Al lambor ce la Alegria.
When this song fills the air
you know that Los Carnavales
rnavd come to the Republic of
Panama. Drums beat, palms
clap in- rhythm and a circle
is quickly formed aoout a se-
noritn and her partner canc-
in the intricate steps of Pa-
nama's unique .Tamborito."
Flor the "Tamoorito," Deau uI'
pollera and monlilO o les,0
music and laugtn f l
gral parts of 's gay
-a o f fb r ns which are
other Mardt Grt1.
Los CarnavaJes are a four
day celebration held every year
in Panama, preceding the Len-
ten period.
Dates this year- are Feb. 19,
20, 21 and 22.
For weeks before, the pre-
Carnival dances are held at
Hotel El Panama to elect the


Orgeon Chamber

Otf Commerce Group

Visits in Panama
A group of nineteen members
of the Portland. Oregon, Cham-
ber of Commerce, are making a
tour through Latin America or-
ganized by Panagra, according
to its policy of Interesting North
American capital in investing in
our countries.
During their stay in the Re-
public this group visited the Co-
lon Free Zone where Everardo
Duque, the Free Zone manager,
showed them the various instal-
lations and operation of this
Zone, explaining to them the
numerous advantages that this
institution offers to foreign
merchants.
During a .-uTcheon 'at t he'
Washington Hotel the visitors
had the opportunity to exchange
ideas with the: GOiVQor of Co-
lon, Jose Maria onizalez, and
the Mayor of'the city,. Jose D.
Bazarit The -arousb awea great
enthusiasm for the advantages
that the Free Zone offers as well
as for the efficiency with which
It is operated.
Next day, at a luncheon held
at the Union Club in Panama,
Mario de Diego, Director of the
Institute of Economic Develoo-
ment (IFE) gave an interesting
talk regarding the cooperation
and help that the Pana anian
Government offers to foreign
investors, remarking that he
thought the idea -of organizing
and bringing groups of Ameri-
can businessmen to Latin Amer-
ica to make first hand studies
on the economic situation of our
countries was Most wise aind
practical. United' States Amibas-
sador Selden Chapin also ad-
dressed the group and stated
that trips of this nature were
most desirable in that they open
new horizons to American capi-
tal, a fact which no doubt work
to the mutual benefit and bet-
ter understanding anonig' the
peoples of our countries.
Antonio Zubleta, vicepresident
of the .Panama Chamber of
Commerce. welcomed them. to
our country in the name of that
association. Also present at the
luncheon.ware Mrs. Agene Wil-
cox artd William Boyd, from
Boyd Brothers-Panama Tours,
who made the local arrange-
ments for the slehtseeing trips;
Malcolmr Madruvpr. Panarra 8e-
nior Representattve In Papama,
and Franclco de la Guardia.
Traffui and Bales Manager for
Panagra.

Willie Aaord Dies;
Funeral Today


Ftineral
today at
for Willie
4&y In S
Wowing
two. weeks
The fum
to Tomas
tEry at 3 ;

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services -will be held
the lrrerma Cemtery
AMd; .who d -
latno ywute -e fta


debutante who as Queen will Tourists enter into these es-
reign over the festivities with tivities when they don the straw
her court of attractive young "montuno" hat with its red wool
people. pom-pom. For it Is said that as
After the election there fol- soon as one puts on the mon-
lows two weeks, of prepnaa- tuno, Panamalan rhythms enter
tion. Costumes are a I1 rded the'-blood.
secret. .. Monday night the patio of the
However, since .M P'ansm, hotel will resemble the pla eof
has announced the thtne of Qid Panama when aj&panish Co-
its throne In advance as "Old nial Fair was in progress. Au.
Panama Live. Ain" the pubw dience participation games, obn-'
lic can sljLipeet ., It'nes .tests, costumes wil lend color
Will ,*.tally Include some to the festivity. The ueen a
,CO lstadoe, Indlans, pirates her Court as usual will make an
of other lusty characters of the entrance marked by 4draman pa-
era before the Pirate Henry ic, and fun.
Morgan sacked and reduced the Tuesday night is "Comparsa'
Beautiful city to ashes in 1671. (group costumes):nlght. roup'
Travelers to Panama will of ten or more couples drpaeid
know Carnival has begun when alike to represent some theme;
at noon of Saturday, Feb. 19 will make dramatic or comic en-
they hear the blaring music of trances to the delight of the
the Queen's Band, the shouts of merry-makers.
"Viva la Reina" (long live the The entrance of theQueen.and
Queen) and see the showers of her court will be the--bi hight-
confetti and serpentine as the light of an evening filled with
Queen- arrives formally, as' El' hightlte.ht , ,..
Panama to receive the golden With the knowledge that -it Is
key to her domain, from Joseph the last night of, Carnival, en-
R; Cunni n. manager, Qf thuslasm reaches a high peatw..
the hos t i%: I4J ,-t. which termintatenl withtb~e
In the' pqtio, at night with amusing ceremony of "The Bu-
much peip and. ceremony r, al of theSardine" at dawn:
Queen M _rttza' II will crow r Then with the strains of "Pa-''
successor who will decree four namefo, Panameflo" still run-
days of music, costumes and fun, ning through- heads, the weary,
and will- Immediately set an e- animling celebrants wend 'their
ample by dancing a fancy tam- way home. Carnival Is- owr for
borito. another year !!
The pollera parade throughout
the Republic of Panama on Sun- NEW BRITAIN, Conn.-(UP)-
day of Carnival delights all, ar A woman, who failed to appear
people from babies up are seen promptly for a job interview be-
on the streets wearing the na. ause she lacked bus fare was
tonal costumes of Panama. 'ranted unemployment compAnsa-
The Carnival dances all over ion by a sympathetic official who
the country feature Sunday night aid it would have been too em-.
as "poUera night" and prizes arn arrassing for, her to borrow the
given for the most beautiful., required 10 cents.

Union Says Civil Service Chiefs

Retreat When Spoilsmen Attack
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Washington, Jan. 22- Declar-1 "Yet within recent weeks tho
ing that "the danger signals Civil Service Comieion. itself
are up," the Executive Council has done exactly wt Tt,~ Thl
of Federal Employes, meeting at move was made without public
of the National Federation of announcement. .
the 'organization's N a t i o n a "When news of it fathally
Headquarters here, today call- broke from other ,onuo ts be
ed attention to serious viola- Commissioalt Is uel st1aeints
tions of the merit principle in endeavoring to justify the so-
the Federal service. and urged 'tion' on the ground thai it
positive action to halt spoils at- was all for Whe 0ood of the
tacks on the civil service sys- merit pric.ipleS a eo0lUiti"
tem. offensive to facts aMte e
The following statement wa ..nm sense.
authorized by the Ekective "It is noteworthy that thief
-Council: has become accepted Cokmmis-
sion practice; each repeat Lbe-
"The Executive Council of the fore the onslaught of,. the
National Federation of Federal spolsmwen-is accomplished, by
Employees views with grave pronouncements seeking to jus4
concern both actions and ten- tify the backward march as-"
dencies Which are plainly di- being in the beet interest of
rected toward a weakening of civil service.
jhe merit principle in the Fed- "The growing emphasis on
eral civil service system,. patronage is to be fkun' over
wide areas in the executive
"The setting up of a system branch and fortunately, it has
of polictical clearance for po- infected some persnel offfr
sitions in virtually all catego- Cials who, like the, iVil Ier-
rtes of employment, the grow- ive Comtrsiion, shotUld be motl
ing volume of positions remov- stalwart in their defense of Im.
ed, -from regular civil service merit principle.
requirements in many depart- "It must be borne tinind
ments and agencies, and the that rules, regulations, laWs,'
rettn removal 'of U.S. deputy and statements of high resolve
marshal positions from the me- are not In themselves saffleelnt
rit system all are symptoms of to guard against a return to
a trend which should be alarm- the os system.
Ing to every American citizen 'he prime reftouWt, abGV'
'interested in good government, -all else is a dte~beiumtt to
"Especially disturbing is the responsible efforts to detry
fact that the United States the eivilM ev system, but
vil S or v c e -Commission, m slow tfiragh the yes
. which should stand as a bal- from adiiipastratfon q ad-
wark agidst assaults by mttW ,iih r
spolsmen popn the jert sys- to pIlpdhmV 0' -
tern, has approved steps "The. Executive Council calls
which cannot fall to under- attention to the fact that in
mine the merit principle. some of tbhe mwa poblte ;
wor example, in removing quarters today that d a-
the deputy, marshal positions Lion appareak to lacin nd *
from normal civil service rules in its place is 1 ou3d1a.1 N
regulations ad making them Ing wWin-g1 fl/t$a to
available for ptronage ap- give a aura of a tit to
pointr9ent by the Jstice De- acts of outright spollaaBship.
apartment, the Commission has "These are the fat ad
flaunted the repeatedly ee .are. "--
aod wll of Cor .
"For yean momta Was el** A0Bri0t .
proposed to put thwe aM p l k011Ot -
on the spoUs boWLk. Ci ewy hvra fld a4d t to
instance the leg-antaA w ds a wl n 1 6,
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Release of Our First CINEMASCOPE

"THE BLACK SHIELD OF
FALWORTH"
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"BECAUSE OF EVE"
(THE STORY OF LIFE)
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TV BUENOS AIRES (UP) The
B WA JAO'as Building, talle structure in
byy OSWALD JACOBY al Latin America and the tallest ar-
.L. ED EREINWOLD mored cnrcrete stiructire in the
S-foe r n f te NrvA world. will be ready for use by
.' *mid-1955.
H.N tOne of the most eateetaiInagfo ea' -
HO -. (NA) wf Memery t uls: Name the actors p cms of ioker isdealer'seiee. U Already the 40-story giant glis-
a wq.rresT e d a~i,~ r n s ba lu T E D O tens white and has a finished aip
Broamugca .n Ofw ~ Vl h a Xdlne111f4e t In -a TEannounces what particular RECORD SHOP: The ml- Dearance from even a shrrt dis-
the mus ca version of "Seventh 11wSO nove. Halls of Monte-oform of insanity wll govern for bum of "Fanny" has dene so well -- -- stance. Honieseeker. are clamor
gheavS" will cost her a flock of uma. tha hand. that gCA, wll ssue two single ing for the right in occuoy the
movie rcles and a pile of Holly-. Give up. They're television stars sides-Walter Slezak singing "To 220 apartments consisting of a t-
wood gold. ut s n' shedding now. For example, you might be My Wife" and "Never Too Late tal o about n rooms
any tears. I Jack Webb was the scribe and dealer and announce simply that for Love." Watch out, Sinatra, Two of the floors containing
Richard Boone of "Medic" was all deuces are wild. In a modern here comes Slezak. itwo araeppf. with the canacivnof
"It's my chance to prove to!the Marine colonel, game cf dealer's choice, that 80 automobiles each, and service
Hollywood that I m a dramatic sort of announcement would la.I Families are nice things to have rooms. are built underground
actress," she toid me on ."The KAY KENDALL, The "Gene- bel you as a stuffy conservative. around the house. Exhibit A is There are nine apartments on
Girl Rah" set, I've always beeD vieve" dazzler, is showing signsThe next dealer may redress the Geor ge Shearing's daughter, ; every finnr ip tr the 19th where
cast as n.ingebe' It was dis-lof tenieiairpenl. She's nixed three balance by announcing some such Wendy Ann, who 1 12 h steeple-like structure becomes
couraging. You get older. Ycu roles n a row since signing a monstrosity as sever-card stud, Shearing of course is the great 'slenderer. On the top floor there
wonder when somebody will be- seven-year contract with J. Arthur high and low dividing the pot, jazz pianist of MGM records and c sln are only three apartments.
lieve in you." Rank Geor e Jessel is con- with all hole cards wild and a spe- assorted night clubs. His daughter There will be no air t onditirn-
sidering a telefilm version of the cial bonus to the deaelr. is following more or less in his George Shearing Jack Haskell !ing above the second floor be-
old radioJtandbyaskrellfIng iabofehappn kindnfinerosteps-
Betty Hayden's still betting on old radio standby, "Breakfast in, If you happen to sit in this kind finger steps and is a serious stu-I cause Scuth Arnericanls get tin.
a reconciliation with hubby bter. Hollywood.-" .. Credit Mary of game you must either know dent of the piano at Julliard. Gen- T q th easy when they cannot open their
ling Haydon. "We're still trying to James a close friend of the Reb-alit he weird concoctions that may erally he concentrates en classic- Thunderbird is the name of the windows
work things out," she says. . inson family, with helping Edward be offered from time to time or al music but- newest record label. The firm was
Nancy Sinatra is selling the $200,. G. Jr., take important steps to- you must have some general pria.n- started by some sohgwriter who Three huge tanks one on the
o Hollywood acme that was the ward a career as a TV performer ciples that will help you steer a "Christmas morning" says the got lightly fed up witn publishers ground floor, another on the 20th
scene of the first year of marital and fikn actor, safe course. Unless, of course, you proud father "she said she wanted and record executnes who look and another, with a capacity of
happiness with Frank. prefer to contribute your chips to to play me a Christmas present. their songs, then didn't do any- 100,000 liters, at the top insure
Television producer's version of the benefit of your fellow poker So I sat dow and she played a thing with them. Jordan Ramin an ample supply of water. And a
A property settlement dispute is "A tree is a tree, a rock is a rock, player. Jazz arrangement of my tune, one of the group, says. "We'll have pcwer station in the building stens
brewing between Rhonda Fleming let's phoot it in Griffith Park": 'Lullaby of Birdland.' N i c a t the satisfaction of knowing that, up the electricity from the city
and Dr. Lew Morrill, who will file "A set is a set, a desk is a The simplest principle to follow Christmas present I ever got." even if the songs do flop, at least lines to necessary amperage.
for divorce in Los Angeles despite desk, lets shcot it in my office.'/Is that somebody has a useful Shearing is an Englishman who we tried." First release feature There is also an emergency diesel
Rhoada's own divorce action in wild card from the very start. If is blind. He started his career in Jack Haskell and the Ray Charles power unit in case the city s> s-
Switzerland. The medic says he Short Takes: Sonny Tufts and you happen tq be that somebody, a pub in Lambeth, the Mason Singers. Good stuff, too. tem fails.
waails only his share of their joint Marie Morehouse will visit the al- play the hand agressively. If you Arm. After he'd been playing Thunderbird's on the wing. On the ground floor there will
property and none of Rhonda's. tar this spring. .. Errol Flynn don't have a useful wild card from there a while, he had a chance to be a moving picture theater with
and of Ron an' d wife, Pat Wvmore, are co- the start, get ready to drop out. join a band. DICK'S PICKS: "A Rusty Old a seating capacity for 700, plus a
GREGORY PECK'S career blue- starring in a telefilm series before Take the simplpat example "My father," he remember. Halo" i Mahalia Jackson, Colum- bank and four shops facing Lean-
print calls for a temporary switch the cameras in Rome. A comedy ordinary draw poker with deuces "was ene of those old-fashioned bia); "The Devil's Highway" (The dro M. Alem Boulevard which
Sthe other side of the camera as about an American couple in wild. In most hands, somebody Englishmen, who didn't think I Nine La Falce Brothers, RCA); runs parallel to the River Plate.
a director before the year is up .. Europe. will be dealt a deuce, or perhaps should try to better myself. Class- "The Sand and the Sea" (NatThe tcp floor of the building will
Ca infog the title i( "Anything even a pair of deuces. That some- conscious, you know. So he said. King" Cole, Capitol); "Malague- become a television studio for Ra-
majo lotispain Ts axthe(Ctain titleDe o;'ic e "Anythingael nne
Goeo to "You're the Top"isn't A major lot is paging TVs Max body will therefore have three of 'The manager of the pub was good na" (Caterina Valenta, Deccai; dio el MunJo, a privately owned
the only change Paramount Is Llebman to produce and direct a a kind or better before the draw. to you. paid you your two quid a -Who Can Say?" (Jack Haskell,. network. Radio el Mundo will con-
making for -the film remake. So big filmusical this summer. Don't try to beat him. If you week, stay there.' But I wen any- Thunderbird) "Edward" (Jill struct a television antenna on top
much story revision that Donald aren't dealt a detuce to begin with, way. Corey, Columbia); "Truly Yours" cf the studio.
'Connor will pla the role Charley Add "The Men Fish" to Holly- drop out quietly anJ let the play- e(Lou Monte, RCA n; -Juke Box Q
Ruggles had in te 197 originaL wood's underwater cycle. Star ers with deuces fight it out. Special" (Ray Anthony Capo
performers at a Hollywoo Al- Take the case of this popularTV Toppers "The Elephant' Tango" (The QUITE RIGHT
Fan loyalty note Roy Rogers' coholics Anonymous party: Doro- game. Each player is dealt four PAT BUTTRAM ("Gene AutrvyiCommander, Deccat" High Sc
last big screen movie was in 1952, thy Shay ano Ed Gardner. cards, and one card is turned Show," CBS-Radio); I seen the city" (Jo Stafford and Frankie SPRAGUE, Conn. (UP) -
but he's No. 1 western money- face up in the middle of the ta- wood outside. Laine, RCA)- After knocking a gun out of a
maker h' Nr agn.1w the theater e. That card isp rofeach Autry: You me aoueswi Mambo, anyone? Perez Prado'Saul Rothsetin tolddpolicemhe didn't
maker star again Ip the Lheate player's hand, and p cards of Buttram: You mean you saw it bandit's hand and saving $200,
exhihitols. Fa-3U. e. a aY ahehools Can l sawtm
that rank. o wiipl 5s it, but you ain't never gonna (RCA) has a wild collection called want to hand over the money be-
Shelley Winters to magazine For exa le, uppse n- se me saw it. "Mambo Mania. For ueter Us- cause the bandit didn'tt earn iL"
Sheley intrs o amagzin Dn lk IIA. ter teaihgappetr
writer about her "temperament": teA card happens to be a dine. ery Seeg ll on
"No movie Ive ever made has All ines are wild. ad that up. Iad cae to aud With String" (Nr ran Pianist
beun a enny over budgettor a day utrned ne prt of each play- e d chance to audition Jack Inaongs ff
bvea ennye r beause o r at day *i er's hand. p h for the BBC. My father said, 'The Ralph Rainger (MGM): Andre Ko .
anov e tiom oe tas perament, Assume that at least one player band leader was nice to you, paid stelaet' latest collection, "Mood
I'm a Notre Dame fullbackk" MILWAUKEE (UP) John at the table has been dealt a nine you your five id a week. stay for Love" (Colurlbia>. LU A
Burke, warden of the state prison as Part of his four cards. That there.' But I too the audition and
DEAN MARTIN and Jerry Lwis at Waupun. says the inmates of le have two wild car got a J a ob. RCA has begun Issuing high- -
arehudlngwih GAl~g helsthe penitentiary are not much di!- player willhaetwowildards.
areh~uddling with PGA wheels ^c the upturned card and the nine "Then I wanted to come to lights from their full opera record-
about a Martia & Lewis lourna. ferent from the average citizen. that was deat to him.you can. America. My father said, 'You're ing. Thee shorter, one-record 0.60- 0.30
ment, similartoBingCrosby'sfor "We only get the criminals who not expect to win from him un- doing fine where you are, make versions contain meat of the t |
next year... Not likely that arecaught, Burke said recent- less you, likewise, have been dealt your bundle every week, stay arias. First out is highlights frnnom Shows: 12:50. 2:10. 3:55,
Donald O'Connor and Marilyn ly. There are lots of others, a dine. here.'" "Samson and Delilah," with Rise 5:35 7:20 9:05 p.m.
MOnro w illbe paired in a follow. some of whom live in ycur own Most Jazz lovers are glad that Stevens, Jan Peerce and Robert 53 72 9 pm
up to "There's No Business Like neighborhoods, and they're just There a exceptions to the rule George Shearing didn't take his Merrill. Enough on here to satisfy
Show Business" MM refused to as dangerous as the ones we have but it's a good one to follow fo' father's advice. So, for that mat- almost everybody, except maybe
take off her shoes in the love scenes innralylgodiesots.Whe
to make Donald look taller-"i iBurke told a group of teachers eneraly o oth resutsW e Buthe orge s haring. Samonaee ONE CARELESS
spoils my stance"-- 1d it shows that it is the job of the schools s o te cards are wild, get Bche d s the'l aJUmpers Make dC .
anBthe screeo-keep. their pupils from stray- Out of the pet at your first o r-inceto stcudyteo clad btissi H's
cen re thesreeo o. the year. elm r e yt 'alnoo0To"JWS um CHENECTADY N. Yr-UP)
~Ie aid ost ~lso inmtes player who has been dealt at leasttog.Teean'to 'y

Buddy -I try to reclaim a man b e useful card. Braille editions a question oflascal mmoriz- Authority is having trouble
sArt il earl giving him something to do,. U I ing the enticture right hand of a so- ting evebody to pay tolls on the
istas cards are much never learned how"ti thero spend their mem aa, forizing example, then memscoriz- super-hiway.
Cheaper s time of the year." leisure time don't take care of Braille. Most Braille music gives
------ themselves properly; dcn't know USBo ndnyou the fingering for h ne hind, -SCH EN ECTADY, N. Y(-UP) s
a trade and fail to go to church. then the r t oheri The New York Statem ThrOwaryorLS
r~l I P arl "W tr t relai a an y U inhand. It's a question of memoriz- 1Authority is having trouhl'e rgeI
givn hm something to do," naaSo xmlte e Ori- sueye~qba
Burkecal sars i d. "Sillthr ae Peo- '1affleIng the entire right hand of a tiig evry body to pay tolls on the S TP
Factory Started l hosywer od u po
pi wo aywere odig .Now Awaits 0Ow ner ing the entire left hand, then put-r A spo esman said side access I
nl.w'egigsot er o i..r i.. th n tn ethpr roads, being used temporarily for11, uat~tasn-.t .l


pie W9I: U115 I. W
In Hong Kong *"y.9" _
HONGKONG ( UP) An ar- ReliCS Found
tifleisl pearl factory-something
newf In tl -ronCln -is| n nr
producing a doneMn annually In Niagara
according to Far Eastern Econ- ., a ;.n
omic Review. XCOVOtlOnS
With skills learned from Japan.;
the workshop was established in NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y.-(UP)
Hongong early in 1954. Excavations for the giant face-
"Manufacturing in Hongkon lifting of Niagara Falls are turn-
depends on cheap labor," it said. ing up relics of colorful Niagara
"As all products are made by frontier history.
hand evenness in the making The U. S. Corps of Engineers
can hardly be obtained. The in- recently found an old beer bar-
dustry is in fact, small, and rel, an axle and a cap-and-ball
styles an work are more back- musket. The relics were uncov.-
ward than foreign products. ered above Horseshoe Falls where
"Owlg to the competition of the engineers dried cut a section
Imported artificial jewelry and cf Niagara River as part of a
the trailing preference of the $17.500,000 remedial project.
namolXn people feestylish and Dr. Marvin A. Rapp, an area
de eto foreign artificial jewel- historian. said be believes the
ry, te heal products are mest- barrel and axle are at least 100
ly exported to other countriesiyears old The musket is equin-
rather than marketed for local ped with a bayonet and is inscrib-
sales. ed on th. side with the drawing of
"They are chiefly exported to a crown and the word "Potsdam."
iudoesia, Philippines and South Rapp says it "-possiblv" dates
Africa, where the people prefer I back to 1796 when British forces
eheapur ornaments.' abandoned .At. Niagara. I


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SEATTLE (UP) Harvey
Harold Meier, or his wife. Marion
Elinor Meier, wherever they may
be. are $25 richer than they might
think they are.
A matured U. S. Savings Bond
is in the possession of a Seattle
man, and the bond is made out
to the Melers. Their address when
they purchased the 'bond in Sep-
tember, 1944, was Post Office
Box 277, Quantico, Va.
Ward Beecher. who has the cer-
tificate, believes it might have
come to him via Southeast Asia.
Beecher, great grandson of the
noted minister, Henry Ward Bee-
cher, found the bond among the
personal effects of a Chinese
youth, Cher V'.e-tong.
Beecher met Cher when both
were assigned to a unit of the of-
fice of Strategic Services in Yu-
nan Province of China during
World War II. The Chinese was
interpreter, messenger, mechanic
and jacir-el-all trades for thee
Americans He impressed Beech.
er with his intelligence, and Bee-
cher promised to educate him af-
ter the war.
Meanwhile, Beecher went to
Budapest as U. S. vice consul
there. Wee-tong went to Bangkok.
Slam, where hfs family had moved
from China. Late in 1947, Maj,
Nicoll Smith, another member of
ttfe OSS unit, paid Wee-tong's
passage to this country. and Bee-
cher and his father brought the
Chinese youth to Seattle and en-
tered him in Edison Technical
School. But within a month, Wee-
tong was dead of Hodgkin's di-
sease.
Beecher's faster found the bond
among Wee-tong' few belongings
and wrote 'to theQuantico post
.ffee box. The letter caine back
marked "address unknown." He
then wrote to the U. S. Treasury
Department, but its files could not
help the Melers.
The Ider Beecher died last yvar
and Wasd Beecaer earc aeemo
the bd ame- i fathers ef.
fteut.
The MUulrs can communicate
W"Reeeber in cure of radi, sta.
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, mg n em toget nl. DLt anU>-J1
is doing just that. with many
classical compositions.
"I should take a year off to
study," he says. "Maybe I will. I
don't want to be, a jazz pianist
who attempts classical piano. but
a jazz pianist who CAN play class-
ical piano."

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for "toll jumpers." who shoot on
and off the highway without using
the interchanges.
But those who are caught get
quite a jcIt they're bled all
the way back to the first en-
trance, which is near New York
City.

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celebrations honoring the 100th anniversary of the
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-Jackson Fleckenslenm of lonia PARAISO 6:15 8:0_ LA BOCA 6:15-
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla -(UP) claims to have a "magic" hunting Jg 3 IPE jM WEN TRAPPu "HELL BELOW ZERO" "MAD MAG1CJN"n,1
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cently set aside a page in its clas- four years while seated on the L I
sified ad section exclusively fnr same stump SANTA CRUZ 6:15 8:00 CAMP BIERD 6:1a'm AjS
school children and teen-agers. It "WITNESS TO MURDER" "GO, MAN, C *.00-Rt
attracted such ads as these- I Fleckensteins friends have sug- Is .
"Will swap Girl Scout uniform gested he sell tickets to his ma- H I BI AMIST'____________
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Farm League Opener Tomorrow


At Pacific Little League Park


The Little League Farm Sys- at the Balboa Elementary School
-1W J. B. HARRISON JR. twice with the Minneapolis team tern gets underway tomorrow baseball diamond.
of the Class AAA American As- afternoon at Pacific Little League On Wednesday manager War-
S. / Yankees and the sociation in the States early last Park on Gaillard Highway. The ren Morse's Hamadan Grotto
M take their feuding far year. opening game will bring together nine and the Lifesavers man-
from home today as they Stryska has been used only in the Mutual of Omaha team and aged by Charley Belden and
sach other In a single game relief roles this season and has; the Gibraltar Juniors with open- coached by Johnny Engelke and
S a,_wpid, Chirlqui. been very effective, but it is ing game ceremonies slated to Ailly Edmonson will play ,their
cl attered COPA plane will known that he is just as effi-1 begin at 4:30 p.m. first game of the 1955 season at
Tocumen Airport this clent as a starter as his record This will be the third season the Balboa Elementary School
ing at 9:30 with the teams in the Pro League last year will of play for the Farm Leaguers park.
league officials aboard andl testify. I and officials and players of the All six teams along with their
game is to begin at 2:30 p.m.1 The eyes of local fans have! League are all looking forward managers and coaches will be
bablestarting pitchers are, been focused on the tightness ofr to a banner year. e Farm on hand at Little Lqagu* Park
rto Osorio for the Smokers the race between the Smokersi League is operated for boys 8 to to participate in the po aisec.I-
Vic Stryska. and the- Yankees and among, 12 years old and is a minor edi- monies which will cdiiistbt in-
rio has been Impressive in other things they have been! tion of the Pacific Little League, troductlonof the teaisl. att ae
last outings and it appears wondering what has been the The players, under the same plate, a . rch to rcaTlther
t he I,,' ganing. the form.he reason for Sodamen lefty Vibert basebflr#te and regulations of by teams for the fla rdistg
oin hel htbefore fe'.uffered a Clarke's poor showing this sea-1 Littf,,feague hu a few modi- ceremony aid the playing dfie
l :ttudkull in batting prac- son. Clarke has won one game, ficatioris. National Anthem.
S..---- ---- against six defeats so far and hisi To get the League off to a Listed below are the players of
failure to win is greatly respon-1 splendid start the opening game the Mutual of Omaha and the
SRIl Bfl lble for the Sodamen being so is scheduled for Little League Gibraltar Juniors.
@=BMm1m a Bgy L -eU far down In the cellar. Park and all the pomp and Mutual of Omaha: Bunch,
SWhile Clarke is probably ceremony of a major league Luhr, Randy Gangle, R. Glazer,
I I S 0ulK cursing his luck down here opener will be witnessed by Randy Colclasure, David Col-
iw however. Shirley Povich, vet- proud parents, baseball fans and clasure, Major, Ashton, Boyd,
*Soo eran sportswriter who is as- all friends of Little League whenr Mikulic Coy, Chesson, Harned,
e-n e So n signed to the Washington Sen- the Insurarncemen under -man- Arosemg Witkin, Schmidt,
'tors, has some flattering and ager Roger Williams, coaches Tom Gangle Lovelady, Andino,
R, .I encouraging remarks to make Walt Mikulich and Morty LeVee Douglas, Fontaine, and Prill.
W YORK, Jan. 22 (UP) about Clarke in the The Sport- take the field against the Gi-
Unrted Press survey shows that ing News of Jan. 19. braltar Juniors managed by El- Gibraltai'gto: Pujtturo, Her-
1Major league players will be Povich, in his article under the dridge Burton and coaches by E. rera, McElroy, h on, McNatt,
i coming ht of service in time for heading "Senators To Screen B. Curling and Walter Alves. Lord, J. Marti, Hana, Bieksza, T.
it "'coming season. Five Negro Players In Spring On Tuesday the Kiwis under Marti, D. Feeney, G. Thompson,
etrot gets five of them and! Workouts," says, "A few seasons manager John Hern and coach Dunlap, Alves. G. Feeney,,B. Jn-
turgh thr. The Detroit re- back there were disturbances at Ted Albritton will meet the gelke, Chisolm, Simmons, Sebas-
Sille outfielders J. W.] Griffith Stadium. Pickets outside Balboa Lions under manager tian, R. Thompson, John Eber-
rr ;*%d: John Phillips along the gates were carrying placards John Myers and coach Bill Stock enz and Geo. Case.
rs Bill Black, Werneripointing out that the Washing-
paErnielFdnk. Returnngton Senators used no -Negro ball T

mn To Bartirome donment of the color line.ational League
enTyBell. "The pickets won't be return-
rBill Be.in next season. The Senators
id Fae Thorneberrywill be five deep in Negro play- eterS R turn
03Ker Dick Brodowski are' ers at their Orlando, Fla., train-
'Abe e,B'ton RedrSox. Other' 'Onlyathree of the five color-
Sservicemen in the ed players outfiedersCarlosB ut A T hi d R tires
can League are shortstop Paula, first baseman Jullo Bec- o
sposito of Chicago, second quer and infielder Juan Delis By UNITED PRESS Stan says -"We had oto start
A tan Pawlowski of are on the official Washington from scratch last season and
c.n bahsewan Billy roster, but there will be a quick Two National League veterans kept scratching all year. This
B vi Yor'-pend pitcher transfer to that status for a cou- will be back for another baseball time we are set."
on and tbir bse- e of farmands, ptcerVibert season but a third is calling it Schoendienst and M n s a
iSllnams, of Kansas ,nesto Clarke and infieler quits. roomn-mates for .eight seasons,
SCurtis Hardaway, if they can Stan Musialand RedSchoen- say they arent worredthathey
SBrooklyn, Chicago make.good."... denst of the St. Louis Cardinals may; e chan ed in the battnh
0 o are the Nationall Povich continuespart re igin part,... about the tie umr- ay be changed the batting
-.44th lAayerswcon- 'Clerke. and Hardaway are out hetiml order Schoendienst says -"We-
l "ie.,h .CtcyerHsCr-1 of the West Texas-New Mexico Ipire Bill Stewart announcedehis like to do things together. I've
w .lnn C-1eRo. League, and each of them costretirement. Stewart had been been hitting in front of Musial
ll io C Griffith $5,000 when he the game 22 years. He has been for 10 years. I'll be able to hit
M p LandruOm is roo'- c. t en replaced by umpire Stan Landes behind him."
01 d l rPt. T.TnuIoeexnectd purchased e them at the end ofm o r.. p d tn, u s Aercan behnd hlm.
Wil W lle- Miell out o th eaonrothe 4 seasonfrom the Parm- brought up from the American
i bY JU l pa club. Association.The red-haired second base-
n m "The Senators are not in the As is baseball custom, the Car- man disagrees with manager Leo
.s emen must r habit of peeling off five grand dinals refuse to announce sala- Durocher of the New York
ror -ne yei un- tor players in the lower class- tries. But it is believed Musial Giants who says Willie Mays is
-ehr -I rlshti fioations, so it is apparent Clarke again will receive $80,000 mak- a better player than Musial.
torhBledd and Hardawayh cam ehewell re him the highest paid player Schoendenst says,-" wants
I mended. in the league. Schoendienst prob-. to reach Musial's tature, WiUte
S*.4 '. "" "Clarke Is a giant Panama- ably signed another $40,000 con- will have to lead the league six
ST nian lefthander who. accord- tract. General manager Dick times. Then maybe Durocher can
Xhle Vin; to the reports received by Meyer says -"They're both smil- talk" All Musal says on the
Po B- ^ e S Vice-President Calvin Griffith, ing. so I guess they are happy." question of Maya is -"It made
NRne 'hrowh aspirin tablets,' a tri- Musial, a six-time league-bat- good reading."
ONRADO bute to his speed." in champion, says he should President Warren Giles of the
"'---- --All persons connected to the have two or three more good National League Is sorry Bill
Floreno'gpme in Panama hope Clarke years. The outfielder-first base- Sfewart has decided to retire.
Double Jig'. Up will soon get out of the dol- man hit .330 last season about Giles says Stewart wanted to
oubl ug p drums and give a sufficiently 15 points under his lifetime remain active as supervisor of
F qi Tqu: ood account of himself at Or- average. Musial says -"The umpires but the league elimin-
nr Joe lando in the spring to warrant game of baseball isn't tough ated that office after, the late
p C.ulmaon* Senator manager Chuck Dresaenj it's the traveling that gets a guy Bill Klein quit It in 1949.
P9K l C.anlset Including him on the team's tired." Then he added with a The 60-year-old Stewart also
S, n CaMItal firpl roster. I 'rin -"But it is worth it for was a pro hockey player and
Y BCiV .!al Observers who have seen him tl-se kind of contract." coached the Chicago B a c k
ShlatetIte in action here feel that he has Musial thinks Cardinal pitch- Hawks of the National League.
mta the potential to accomplish ing will Improve enough to make At one time Stewart refereed in
7""olete prept things on the mound. St. Louis a pennant contender, the National League.


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Lexden, Cames Round


OFt Fu-Horse Field

In $.750i Feature Race


The Stud Bocos del Toro's mud-loving Chilean horse
Joquimazo today will try to make it two straight over
classy $inn Feiner in the feature $750 Class "B" seven
furlong sprint at the Juan Franco race track.


Lexdein and -Cames round out
an apparently evenly matched
four-horse field.
Last Sunday Jaqulmazo beat
Sinn Feiner by one length with
the latter finishing another
half-length ahead of Lexden.
Cames wound up several lengths
behind the leaders.
Jaqulmazo, which toted 104
pounds, picks up four pounds;
Sinn Feiner again carries 118;
Lexden gets in with seven less
than last week-108; and Cames
will be toting five pounds less
at 115.
Hector Ruiz. who gave Jaqul-
mazo a clever ride, will again be
astride the hefty Chilean chest-
nut horse. The other three ani-
mals will have different jockeys
this time.
Virgilip Castillo replaces Gui-
Ilermo Sanchez aboard Sinn
Feiner, Fortunato Hidalgo takes
the place of Blas Aguirre on
Lexden and Jose "Paco" Bravo
will guide Cames instead of
Castillo. .
The race has all the earmarks
of a r e a 1 thriller and should
leave many a fan hoarse when
it's all over.
The secondary attraction, a
six and one-half furlong sprint
for Class "C" imports, is anoth-
er race that looks like a hum-
dinger on paper. In this one,
Scythia, Cormorant, Dixiprin-
cess, Relampago II and Persian
Countess will match strides.
Nine other interesting races
are included on the eleven-race
card.
Yesterday Miss Bernarda Ji-
menez' classy four-y e a r-old
chestnut Chilean-bred h o r s e
Vulcanizado raced to an easy
four-length victory in the fea-
tured $600 Class "D" one mile
gallop.
Vulcanizado's perform a n c e
was a marked form reversal and
he returned only $8,00 despite a
poor effort last week. Julio Jime-
nez Jr., son of Vulcanizado's
trainer, turned in an efficient
ride in contrast to his repeated
bungling last week.
Jimenez Jr. got Vuleanizado
off to a good start, moved his
mount to the front entering the
backstretch then easily staved
off the persistent challenges of
Lion's Claw.
Mutuels favorite Goyonder
came up with his customary
late rush to take the short end
of the purse. Dark Sunset, Wes-
tow and newcomers Fol and
Guayaquil were also rans.


Sports Shorts

NEW YORK, Jan. 22 (UP) -
Outfielder Monte Irvin of the
New York Giants had a close
call today while driving through
New York's central-park.


Irvin's car was struck by a
runway horse which threw its
rider, a 22-year-old Columbia
University student. The impact
of horse against car broke the
front grill and the windshield
and the auto had to be towed
to a service station.
"I'm okay," said Irvin after
the mishap, "but it was a close
call."
Former lightweight champion
Beau Jack is getting ready for a
February bout following a suc-
cessful comeback T h u r sad a y
night. Beau Jack says he feels
good after taking a 10-round de-
cision from Eddie Green at Co-
lumbia, South Carolina. The 33-
year-old Beau says -"I think
I'm set to fight Ike Williams
next." Promoter Dick Wilson
says his next boxing card is
February 15th but refuses to be
pinned down on whether it will'
be Beau Jack against Williams.
Also in boxing, heavyweight
Charlie Powell won a unanimous
decision over Hans Freidrich
Thursday night at Los Angeles...
Light heavyweight Floyd Pater-
son has signed to fight Elmo
Lincoln next Tuesday at Holy-
oke. Massachusetts... Heavy-
weight Johnny Arthur of South
Africa scored a second round
TKO over Jimmy Walls from
Paterson, New Jersey, Thursday
night at Vancouver.


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Form was the keynote yester-
day and only one horse return-
ed "double figures" all afternoon.
This was Merry Slipper who was
passed up by the form players
for newcomer Bar One1 despite
his impressive second -place
finish to Blakemere last week.
Merry Slipper paid $11.80 win
and combined with, Vedette for
a one-two combination that re-
turned $161.80.I
Virgillo "Squinty" Castillo was
the day's riding star with three
winners. He scored aboard Sher-
ry Time, Petite and Fan.
The dividends:
FIRST RACE
1-Keliphrase $8.40, 5.40, 4.40
2-Oaucha $6.80, 4.60
3-Sun's Moon $2.80.
SECOND RACE
1-Henry Lee $6.40, 3.60, 2.60
2-Pincel $21.80, 6.60
3-Patriotica $3.80
First Double: (Kellphrase-
Henry Lee) $31.00.
THIRD RACE
1-Sherry Time $4.00, 3.20. 5.00
2-Lady Moon $5.00, 7.00'
3-Camaron $10.20.
One-Two: (Sherry Time-
Lady Moon) $22.60.
FOURTH RACE
1-Ika $9.20, 4.40, 5.20
2-Regia $4.00, 3.60
3-Tap Lady $3.20.
Quiniela: (Ika-Regia) $19.20.
FIFTH RACE
1-Petite (e) $6.80, 5.40, 2.40
3-Chepanita $2.60
SIXTH RACE
1-D. Duchess $8.80, 4.20, 3.20
2-Cadrino $3.80, 3.20
3-Firenze $4.60.
SEVENTH RACE
1-Welsh Fox $8.80, 5.20, 5.00
2--Tilama $5.80, 4.40
3-Vampiresa $14.60.
Second Double: (Dainty
Duchess-Welsh Fox) $40.40.
EIGHTH RACE
1-Fan $3.60, 2.80, 2.20
2-Regal Bliss $4.00, 2.20
3-C. de Gato $2.80
Quiniela: (Fan-Regal Bliss)
$7.60.
NINTH RACE
1-M. Slipper $11.840, 3,40
2--eodette $10.20. 4.80 &

Ved~ee) $161.80. -
TENTH RACE $ 3
1-V c. do $8.00, 3.00, 2.60
2-Lion'g Claw $5.40, 3.60
3-Ooyonder $3.20.
ELEVENTH RACE
1-Conquistador $8.20, 5.60, 3.60
2-Jose de la Cruz, $4.40, S.20,
3-Q&Linldo $4JI0.


Paraiso Sports


Teams .
Red So:ty
Kansas City
Rlchzuqnd
Senators
Little Vield


Pet.
1000
1.000
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The Red So move oat t
front in the boy InntradrWAi
softball league by defeating- the
Senators 5-4.
The victory for the Red Box
was just another n1p at the wire
for Oswald Headley's Red Sox
who took the opener 1-0,
Errold Proverb's Richmond
and Adolfo. Rees' Indians play-
ed a slam-bang'affair. Richmond
finally took the victory 12-10.
The girls intriiural softball
legaue was off to an auspicious
start with Little Rock taking thp'
verdict over Dallas 12-10.
Veronica Walker's hustling nine
surprised Roma Gran't Dallas
girls with a four run attack in
the 6th inning to ice the game.
Next games:
24 Kansas City Little Field
Red Sox Indians.
25 Kansas City Senators
26 Richmond Little Field
GIRLS
24 Lake View Adella Nine
25 Dallas Lake View
28 Jersey City Little Rock

Wold 't Trade

ls Old Saddle

For Wh.faway


ARCADIA, Calif. (NEA)-The
late Georgie Woolf rode in a dis-
reputable, kangaroo-leather sad-
dle which washis gear until be
was killed in a fall at Santa Ani-
ta.
Ben Jones wt amazed the
first time he. Mjted Te relic
on Whirlaway,
"Can't n al a better
saddle thag tl, "0eopr-?" ask-
ed the famor tr r.
"I wcldit't -wap l* s saddle
for your ba,' replied Woe.
Jones toN'ed the jockev
that Whirla y w' v o half-
million dollars.I
'rThis saddle. M ore
than a m hyt.o41nt e r e d
Wco f. z. .
The Iceman "ciald6d the
saddle a luck r -eal, dit was
Bopeti- that the 'day I1
Skilled a n-
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-Floreno I. WMU.T114 -Asually unpredl ble 1-4
7-Monte Rouge v. Otte. 11o0 --. wing Improvmeat 4-1
--Alabarda ReyealilO-Latgshot posibblity 4-

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Seco&*aa Double
1-Escandalo J. Re
2-Lot 0 Trouble' A. 7 1 ~ lbclose Up -1
3-Fangto 1 iral. 120 ou
4-4ir Boss J. 'IRodi 1190 a -
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-'Ourtn V. AlPvear 10.~- now in-and-ou : 5-1
-O-iur Fncy G. Pres. 108( --ust Improve more 1-0-


3rd Race "F"


1-Loteria
2-Naranjazo
3-Tuira
4-Daniel
5-S. Velluda
6-Julle
7-Valaria
8-Yosipongo
9-(G. Glam
10-(G. Bound
4th Race "D&E"


1-Bagdad
2-Dalida P
3-Liboria
4-Joe
5-Fru Fru
6--Sixaola
7-Tampol
8--(Bull Flea
9-(Jai Alai
5th Race "B"
1-S. Feiner
2-Lexden
3-Jaquimazo
4-Cames
6th Race "G"


Native 81 Fngs.Purse $755, Pool d les: 1:4
ONE TWO


J. Bravo 112 -Runs well for Bravo 3-1
M. Reyes 114 -Rates fatr chance 51
Mena R. 10lx -Racing to top form 3-1
A. Verga. 117x-Last was revealing 2-1
k H. Ruiz 102 -Would pay juicy odds 15-1
K. Flores 113 -Improving steadily 4-1
R. Vas. 113 -Nothing in months 25-1
V. Casti. 115 -Doesri't seem likely 10-i
F.San. 109x -Would be big surprise 3-1
A.. Vas. 114 --Rates good chance 3-1
SNative 6% Fga.Purse: $300.00 Pool closes: 2:21
QUINIELA


M. Reyes .118 -Racing to best form 3-1
A. Vas, 110 -Returns from layoff 3-1
0. San. 108 -Better. than we thought 4-1
M. Zeba. 120 -Can score despite weight 4-1
B. Agul. 113 -Should be close up 3-I
J,. JIe. 107X--Distance handicaps 8-1
Mena R. 107x--Should improve now 4-1
A. Gonza. 102x -Blazing early speed 4-1
S. Carva. 105x -Could help entrymate 4-i
Imported 7 fpV.Purse: $750.00 Pool closed: CS


V. CastL 118 -Shouldn't miss now
F. Hidal. 108 -WeightS in favor
H. Ruiz 108 -Could score again
J.. Bravo 115 -DangeroMus with Bravo


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Imported 7 Fp. Purse $450.00 Pool elowea: :38
First Race of the Double


1-Beduino Mena R. 105x-Retarns from brief relt 5-1
2-Courtly P, H. Ruiz 103 -Must improve more -1.
3-Batatazo F. Hidal. 108 -Usually breaks laSt .-I
4-Amat Reyes R. 103x-Rider only handicap -1
5-Golden Tap A. Vas. 115 -Will figh itf out 3-1
6-Explicito V. Alvear 108 -Best early foot 4-1
7-C. Malone B. Agul. 118 -Harder to beat here 2-1
8-Sismo A. Angu. 0lIx-Not with this rider 2 0-1
9-Paragon A. Gonza. 101x--Doesn't seem likely 30-1
7th Race "H" le o N ,g r $4o0.0(h l .: 4:0*
lcond Race of-th Double '


1-Cambist L. Giral.
2-A. Fulmar -.H. Reyes
3-R. Emblem A. Vas.
4--Now ;Look J. Bravo
5-.-ay.Spot AGona.
6-Newbrighton 0. Pita
7-D. Maiden R. Vas.
8-Marianina C. More.
9-Joe's Fiddling B. Agui.
10-C. Prince G. San.


113 -Back in winning from
112 -Could.quseee though
120 -Good early speed
-118 -Rounding into shape
115x -Field seem too ugh
106 -Dismal recent efforts
115 -Danugerous tbit time
105x-Nothing to recommend
114 -Should score off last
108 -Fractious performer


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1-Donny Boy
2--Bradomin
3-Pinino
4-Ciprodal
5-Remero
6-Nesasliffe


K. Flores 115 -Way down in class
A. Gonza. 107x-Needs a few more
M. Reyes 112 -Improving steadily
R. Vas. 115 -Will fight it out
V. Casti. 115 -Dangerous contender
B. Agui. 113 -Hard to beat here


9th Race "E" -Imported 7 Fgs. Purse: $550.0 Pool closes: 5:15
ONB TWO


1-Chispeante
2-Blakemere
3-Supersun
4-El Regalo
5-Hurlecano
6-Kiosco
7-Pompiio
8-Greco
9-B. Royal


R. Vas. 110 -Usually runnerup
V. Casti. 110 -Could score again
Reyes R. 103x-Poor race last time
A. Gonza. 105x-Dahgerous always
Mena R. 103x -Not against these
A. Vas. 110 -Form indicates
M. Reyes 120 -Excellent debut'
F. Hidal. 108 -Blazing early speed
B. Agal. 115 -Will fightrIt out-


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1-Scythia R, Va. 110 -Po potion *yp3 2-1
2--ormorant F. HIdal. 10 -CopIi epiat vlc"ry 3-1
3--DixtpLteess Mena R, 107x --Diaes handletpq 5-1
4-Rel gt G. San 8. 118 -HR b I~ eat r 4
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2-Vi-n 97x-Unpredlct 1
3-Vh 13x -Will fight t
4--Tan Taa - ( l0a f-Too much dlstanos 15-1
5-MarTfll H.Rulz 100 -ttes ch 4-1
6-Avivato V. Casti. 120 --.Obuld gOi-. 5-1
7-Ebony A. Verga. 117x -11ampened by_ bI.tg 10-1


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66 1"oste hbeeauWid bsbe starts and every old dog that
i- eltoremtds Ium---- -- -- ----. s M gh happen. to develop a pocupine
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Ssthe C andithe oo Ne Y r the eo aus he e e can handl e the
worlldp. e oh tUfodate. fias the euI-X"DEAR rMrs. CDoo ultt met her MIN hts on bigger game In 'hm Wen TroWeooting comer to the porky hahith w'or
et-w" Then, Inl eo the omees owHugers oTl the be maaten Duke to le Pol4o Sw York Americant for Caiountryp l the 3 h oimprove1-l ey sin- e bre gs his shot away is good par of pr
th ends this year dat th ea Saghter look good. ent was edte rdon, the wo the lay dead the instant the wstorae. If o do
leen by mw Arnty had report the tranaon of las st in center fieldA oStOJd the ousai 1-o-en T le bowai-Jack Lavin. t grit on teeth ad let
w ays .O tL" a full seven- tam e I" tw o ...t e s eo
Sr nd ice tr at affair thpring, do York baseball wrt radl at the plate, four on the a t-hrw their t .
Sof t orac e tone b scandal. Le tr 'said Slaughter went to the e runs th Dixi layOffs quills. They don. It tah he mad _














to b.eb._,.th_.__i.e., o,, his t people were Yankees for a bundle of cash and giving you a rough Idea. Weber, the Rochester Times-Union t, the air lor hi shot aad Is fou.
, t e game put Ary atic i three nothing ba players. Virdon Virdon fractured a kneecap in sports writers who followed Virswatt ed before he gets It of-but car.
Mal Worical to a te York d. hock for the ret oi the yar. wa one of the latter. He was a the final game however, so was don all year declare him to be a res through on the fte moo
Nuw.. t hoe tr fot'bll to a hookb' Amy ansas City of the American Asreo rcdhester o the Intern1a was Wally Moon at ..te same t. a sti gets the ofo shot, too. I 0 tue w
dtoafotmaratheone llowlei Several considerably ter Binghamton club the previous for long, r th tin six-foe son predicts that Virdon will ht should you and-Jack elly.
e t o get noelinNew play. He obsessed an g day and on go did Moon, who e the ball action








tso tede of e laik said. s New Yorsor excellent arm and ir speedbut He s a left-han hier the Natcnal League rookle-of-the. Q. When screening a thaemate .75 y
"i wt to jmeow bwhat he nt as't considered much of sticker. NEECAP showing n6 year. forge, a shot, must a player remain fish os
fall, with the ame in Clveland gave a ght or th by that. wyrs has the highest na effects of the fPullinract them. out is ke onpuing Ward. .
red to row a t banquet crcut "I ean exactly what sad Tht until e took to glasseON on to lead the lee battin g So it's one okie-of-the-year at. A. e can move, but t t be
S1 would Blak a "We get o hep rd took a eye examination with .334 hle overneter ter another, n d if B ill Virdon done in a manner which doesn't 6:2 o :f pm Hl








oethe Cadets and the Wvin Nwor Y at th conclusion of the 18- -I field like Wseasone Mays. he ewas does as well as Waty Moon, he cause block..ab.g.








.bu * sea at member of the named recruh-cf-the-year, He roa- could release the great Stanley Q. What happens when the ba0,
a e n 1 h e .. couldbeone of the mightyruck at getUnd ho od e nos with cloe u to play fro West Vbase, where goes out of boa and- lat









SW A cPHast AV s tPL beNDID AWARD b IN, A geat Ca o onea head by a pitched ball. m to 100 tu s batted on The homu The d Tan was th ltst timn as the touched, simntIIL, bse op
rthe 1 th w riter f NeY uaerit dium, and while the weather asted witte ceate ru leader had no e ha 31 araal had the wining forms. ponts-Paul erst.
S 'j. a kte..a d two tPlaques a .misarable.the attendance of less he could follow the ball OK droont inely a I
Ona. s h oraodgesoftheDodterO0 was worSeo Vrdon come to the Cardinalsbat
r a rae broad erce that the ba that layeI th of the r
al t e itt T To 01.Lde aSketi, | we lost-inre what may have been s pring l ou 'Sur hol
0yearsArmy's last ap arance 3 nNW !M Th iA no edent Viion In e ee wasey far hs 11
i n w th n hWar den tofo .. taotth IroR
rc e tohthe l A taw oeig,_t lw 4re. fd tYolk, supposed. inpot er li, o Ic y I e young man who below normacco gowe tl, thu the new spec-N 'II











t.Othe 1 5ens fulbS o u nTi a aNckee p North whose QU SI I a i f dR
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than the one Ott41nted by M la But there 's no g tank or shot away I is I
TNo hlaer of i h lat two deades r Huggaf better r beaten Duke to the Polo NYork American for Country the53 sa,,d the improve he gets hs shot awayo pliers
hadrgthetea.rent was immediate. Virdon, t t..,n his four year- total to two- the play dead the Instant the whist- 1 I you do-I
n f I.......... "." ..et to eth erWtcWgi-- Seventh
waIeres bhoe" IwlMamle- sArn had re-estlblitiw..of- Reporting the transaction of lastylst incenter field. closed the le blows?-Jack Lavin, .. It o teth end
o r aou adaer thyeraranarieter that affair they -inigI N aw York baseball wri. i a th nir the all-time scoring list- Anaswer: This Isia
.M n i a W rs hiM a pis award a sld d ta fiwrit-g iW ind, .tte plt;Io--It u stion of ',,
The .got to Horaeongra Stone- bingsscandal. Leas l p., a-1r 'said Slaughter went to the c runs in. the Diie Play.Ofs continuous motion. f the man Is
o l AndoG o t Ig his 4nl p ewe l nfori bundleshangiving you a rough ides. Weber, the Rocheeter Times-Union then air for hi shot andr a. fo
l id_,oraori rcl zorneeeMea ,Armya Y.n. d esintree nothing ball playeVirdons. Virdon fractured a kneecap in sports writers who followed Vir. ed before be gets It off--but car.
It d anit lonal befe other helo e o e eehoek for theater. Have you final gamnotic e, however, so was don All year, declare him to be a ties through n the io m io
NO the .lth of ery mar otrow anusI lSo instead ofhakiuits spare more tess cbscure outfielder lota large question mfk when ship- better major league prospect than andsOresthe o l shotcontl,. i
otaKiCity of the American As- O Rochester of tbe Interna- was Willy Moon at the same tage si gets the foul shot, too
r. 'and o06 m Vid vePerpetrateI, oballto annhooReskfteil.rdnd torepesn
a~rIsaid to ay.I ofl t.M a of........ vI ~au;Ievlle gess to Ann Arlnor and itS paying soc tion and the Eastern League's tionaI League last spring. Butsnot of his career. The veteran Jack- Q. Guarding a pivot man, where -
am-4aid to ai".........desonoeoonIiraThettershuttian?-k ly
ltrere .Rof6 1 for bes nigtbalptayecustomers,aCSideablybr Binghamton club the prev o u a for long, for the thin Six-focter son' predicts that. Virdon will hit should you stand?-Jack Kelly.
the -Wednesdayl aft c t 0:1Ono, lt hesum earkedt clerl ,,way to fix up its bankroll. campaIgn. His forte was defensive started pickling the pellet on open. more home runs in St. Louis-than A. Play him on .the side closest IDAY


oewthegae igte fctsthe tp fortate Vte wrthonlebah B Ward. e ows
-c It .O .S owetehnrenethneumbeerofRoduHk .a.eNamw odeYorkexcllntarradai ect gyQ. What hpens e thea alt
R*nbntw ntonsiderdmheowastrckr. for a shot, must a Player relami
honies ni eptOe U0HUR HAVE wantedEtosowwiwhathe nt wasnt h ea d by maupitch o Herto 100 KNs aho mtng n6 h Ie "a n.b
11 V wheni In. ...-j 400gav frtedyththitheschea feaoerad no mpo wentaabsolutely mctionles,?--Btb Ward. 8
appearued roaiw thae hst. aI is le t Son to lead the leaguenin batting A It's one rAokiejof-theayeariaA.iamv.
aT, buy lteieithqawd asdinnsoltathae rwe' hls"toeanho-sometha ewnsy.hae i.ey
.-toniUime s with close MMLUIe.tosplth first base,w.owhereodes out of bounosfand.ew oer
Is a tae rwoad nfernue leader had no tte thanth.es, hadtewiningbailponenm?-Paulofthe


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aromatic Turkish with America's
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golden, mild Virginia andsoothing
Kentuey. 'That' the way we
make LUCKIES to make
smoking more enjoyable for you.

Smoking's fu ohd It 'fun i
to smoke LUCKIES. They're blended to give
a pi6soaf lift to your spirit and
they're smooth on the throat, too. Have you
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SScout-o-Rama Held in G n
BOY Scout Day In Ga- triet Commishioner R. E. Cox and tun; Pack 13, Cocoli, Pa k Al 4. Manuel Domene 8;J Adol-
ty, and over ft Cubs, Neighborhood Commissioner Al brook AFB; Pack 16, la. b -Cierra;r .fe. d PS alut,
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Explorers,. Leaders, and Benton. Pack 18, Cocae olo8 .d k lr rinM e L ...
S gathered for the 2nd An- Honored with Attendance Rib- 19, Quarry Heights-Ft. Am 40 art d ,; ul, 4 O P *-
ut-o-Rama, 1st Arc Event bons for having 100 per cent oTroop 1, Margara; Tr Ba S, uacies S.
955 Season. The activiUty their registeld membership i boa. Troop 6, obal;; rp, en rs.. CpL 0 de'
ducted by the Canal Zone attendance i Pack 6, Cristo. Guek; Troop 10, G boa' Tro and C t. Isura.
-PatrolMa d WE- . 4...
uncil Cam ing & Activi- bal; Pack 8, Gulick; Pack 12, 12, Gatua; Troop 1 r5, oz Patrol DPk.....
mittee un er the leader- Gatun; Pack Ft. Kobbe Pack Troop 16, 'Ft. Kobbe; -Troop Cote aslsted Y "
Vtajor Win. F. Gerard, A- 19, Quarry I! t1. Amador; and Coco Solo; Post 6 Cristobal;:Ps Maxjo.ou Thu T I A. u i'"pte op know a
.District C. & A. Chair- Ship 8, Balboa.";ack 18, Coco Co 8 Ft. Gul; p 8,, Ba a; kw Mar J. ~ ndgra pe
9hiPp 9, Bal1b~g oa ....jc 'nog
assisted o Ii arg.,-_1, .-Royc..1.-...whrd... ..g.,la-.-.ber
rving as General Chair- lo, had the 1gest attendance Ship 9, Cristobal; and Squadron R. A. Goi ale, W. LL. Riner, ;.
sn with 46 out of 471 r 98 per cent. 15, Albrook AFB. L. McDonad N. L. n,-p r Ar
4 in the order of the day Receiving App ce Ribbons Fcllowing thpir inspection the Jesse Miller, and LCros U -y--
v th attendance and appear- for scoring at lea D out of 500 units went to work striving .to Crew Standard Dire E x ws E ..
sn c k conducted under the points min attendance M elorp, per- score at least 650 out of a possl- plorer Chairmdt eragd Dok
ti of Council Commission-Isonai appearance, in ia, and u- ble 800 in order to earn their last assIsted by Hans P o
Ar Price, assisted by Ccun-' uniform were: Paclk-1, argi- "; Arc. *Lt. Col. Royce Eaves .Dis- ewhard Vic Ycung,.Jek be,
ii-Presidents R. R. Arnold Pack 2. Balboa; Pacl% Balbca trjct Training Chairman served-as and B. Everson.
Hads Pederson, District Chair-,Pack 6, Cr'stobal; Pact 3, Pt. 'Cl Standard Director. The Cub
men Vic Young and Wmin. Mallory,'Gulick: Pack 10, Gamboa; Paek StiNAlard Events were headed up Aftt a -brief break. for runh
Vice-Chairman Carl Newhrd, Dis- 11, Pedro Miguel; Pack 12, GaP y .,John Tapia assisted by the Scoutltg Units hse..b)j
the traditonal pa O. ndr .i
... "leadership of Paraa.Rerahau Ka-
for Robert Harlem with the 60
"Army Band under CWO Dial lead-
ing off. Due to a brief shower and
-threats of more, Ccl. L O. Pax-
son, Council Preiden eurta
the Closing Ceremony ..adific
trict, omissioner Al Sloan,
the Pledge of Allegiance
16Michael Burza, Sceout James
Explorer Den tuthl
Donal' Loehr,
SSr PRobeft H RA
ha l ,m ors. Atlantic Dis-
tric m e.Young weicom-
ed the'. atun and
f the Atd C:iman
Gerard expre tionto
$ all who had asina Ah ng
,. the day a success, -
'townspeople of Gatun, L.
x and m-q f of Dog Battery,Ad the
several score judges who axal
ed as Wellas the scouts and lesf
era themselves. Past President
-,Vincent Vlava led the Cubs in the
Cub Premioe and Neighborhood
Commissioner Al Benton led the
Scouts in the Scout Oath. Out-
..standing Skits were presented by
Packs 12 of Gatun and 18 of Co-
4I co Solo. Col. Payson opined that
S the Scout-o-Rams was one of the
~finest things he had ever seen
I and reminded the group of the
Spectacular Scoutcapades which'
I would be presented February .12th
at the Balboa Stadium.
Assisting General chairman WA.
F. Gerard in the many details
necessary for fhe success of the
program were Capt. L. T. Curtis
and members of Dog Battery;
Vic Young on facilities; Cpl. T.
Explorers make big hit at annual Scout-o-rama. Sea Explorers from Balboa, Gambos, and P. Lockwood and Wm. LeBrun on
obal dressed in the traditional "whites" of the sea added to the colorful uniforms of the Photography; Cpl. T. Smith, Jr.,
Blue and Gold, Boy Scout Kaiki, Explorer Green and Brown, and Air Explorer Blue at the medic; Sgt.G. P. Carmena on
nal Scout-o-rama. The Colors of Ship 9 Cristobal go past with Sea Explorers Philip Hada- the P. A. stem, Scorers, James
oKen Stone, Barry Davison, and Jerry Dickery, (I to r) doing the honors. E. Sterns. Al Sloan Wnm. B. Mal- Part of the crowd of over 750 Scouts, leaders,. and parents rededleate themselves to the ScetO
lory, Al Benton and Mike Bequet- Gafun. Neighborhood Com nmissioner.Al Beaton las leading them with Comet 4reeld
te; as well as the scores of judg-
"es. The fine cooperation of the O'Neill and Den Mothers Mrs.
Pancanal Gatun Service Center in Hadley, Mrs. Co;penhaver, and ,
taking care of the large crowd Mrs. Boves; Pack 15, Albrook A- '
was appreciated as well as the FB. C. M. Lt. Col. Manning and 4AW
services of Canada Dry and Taga. Com. Al Mellon; Pack 16., Ft. Kob-
ropulos in operating stands. be, C. M. Capt. R. R. .Ryan, and
Den Mothers Mrs. Schoomaker.
C.Leaders doing "Yoeman" serv- Mrs. Barnes, Mrs. Hornetr, and.
icer G taking care of their units Mrs. e pthik; Pack 18, Coco Solo,
included: Pack 1, Margarita, I. C. M. Wright mcks and Dn Moth-
R. Charles Bath and Den Moth- ers Mrs. E. W. Teague Mr. Mar.
ers Mrs' H. arpeiter, M r a. garet McIlwalne, Mis. *. D. Baird'
Al"Charles Bath, Mrs. Sadie Wynne, Mrs. Edna Davenport, Mrs. Jo.
Mrs. G. D. Robertson, Mrs. Camp. seph Bwk, and Mrs.. n,
bell and Mrs. Astrea Brooks; stance N M; and Pack 19, Quar4'
Pack 2 Pc, Balboa, Cubmaster WI. ry ts., t: Amadr, Lcdr. Bert
LeBrun, and Den Mothers Mrs, nard Thielges and Den Motherw
Mallory, Mrs. Wm. ~eBrun, Mrs. Mrs. Lindqulet and Mrs. Glynn.
R. H. Ashbau h, Mrs. Rebert Ro-
.we, Mrs. Kay Frederick, and Mrs. Trcop 1, Margarita, 1. R. Charles
Win. Arey; Pack 3, Balboal, Bath; Troop 3, Balboa, I. R. Joh
Cubmaster Eldridge Burton Com. Terry and A. & 1M. Wm. Heoter;,
George Dunlap, and Den Mothers Troop 4, Diablo, Scoutmaster,
Mrs. PolWy Michaelis, Mrs. Gene Wesley Kennedy, and I. R. Wm.
G. Wilson, Mrs. Ann Marti, and Stol; Troop 8 Vt. Gulick, XMV
Mrs. Mahoney; Pack 6, Cristobal, )or Wm. Gerad; Trocp 10, Ga
Cubmaster Pelix karpiski, A. C. boa, Scoutmaster Vincent Viava;
M. Gene Bonzoumoet, ind Den Troop zi Gatun, Chairman 'Cur-:
Mothers Mrs. Burns, Mrs. Micek, tis Coasf; Troop 15, Albrook AFIX
and Mrs. Haining. S. M. Fred Nathan.and Chairmin
Major Jesse Millq*Troop 16, Ft.
Pack 8, Ft. Gdlck-Ft. Davis, Kohbbe,. A. S. M, Alen: Troop 17,
Cubmaster Capt. Wilbur Hoberbh. Ft. Clayton; S. M. Mike Bequet-
A. C. M. Sgt. Salem Jones, and te; and Troop 18, Coco Solo, S.
Den Mothers Mrs. Hankinson, M. George D. Cram; Post 3, Bal-
Mrs. Clara Reynolds, and Mrs. boa,, Advisor Wesley Townsend;
Barbara Murray; Pack 10, Gam- Post 6, Crlistobal, R. E. Cox, Ad-
boa Cubmaster Vincent Biava, A. visor; Wesley Townsend; Post-
CM. Landreth, and ben Mothers 6. Cristobal, R. E. Cox, Advisor;.
Mrs. G. G. Felps and Mrs. Rob- Post 8, Ft. Gulick, Lt. Col. Royce
ert Dunn; Pack II, Pedro Miguel. Eaves, Adv.; Ship 8, Balboa, Skip--
Cubmaster R. H. Stewart and per Josepb Orlando; Ship 9, CMrp-
Den Mothers Mrs. Stewart, Mrs. tobal. Skipper Padl Doyle; ;$lp
lbe Explorers pride themselves ontheir ability to emnraethe various skil.s. Member af Watts, and Mrs. obddi,: Pack 12, 10,. Guibou, qaapper C.3J HIl-.
tes N t 6, Crstaobal. John Fabon, Brian Cao, John Jjndgren, Don Smith, and John Stephenson, Gatun, Den Mothers Mrs. Penalng- es, Post 12, Gatza. Advisor 3. A. ASgays Ius ite In alt soda of
here demonstrate their ability to correctly erect an Explorer Tent. ton and Mrs. Rose Webster; Pack C ham; and Squadron 15, .
13, Cocoli, Asst. Cubmaster D. J. Aibrook under Robert Dilks. following klnds of sports as one of a

'14rin sat unwwball figths; bexiniiunla a 4
f P~ ~ ~ i *~el*daing spar fishing, swimming, and 41M

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me's ad4is afd theadvt e istoui oodn sS f "'t -eHx 8
sailor ea tee as ft n for the ma-golng vma ty.
Grandpa enjoyed cruinlag on Ice with home-made P T OP
alls and you can also. They are mple devices POSIT/ON O
wW. eas be readily turned out in the home work- ARM, 7\'M OLDO
shop. In water climes, they may be used with AIL
4qual ejoyasent by roller skaterS.
Coamntution details ar as follows: -
Met'rltlst Balcloth or an old eet; ceammes
tath or ot~he light wood strips: a short pie0 of
Ught plywood: drawer handle or other fastea g
'devio carpet ta.cks.

emal t al to Irecomeuded at 4 $t.
Blustration At right shows approximate oonstruc-
tion. IU possible, bolt handle to plywood. Sand-
papr edges smooth and round all cornoes.
Light materials make sal eaMer to f .
S$.lly on a windy day. Experiment with different all Ua re or speed, of ounf s am crowded ar eas o yo
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RYPTOmQUOTES are sentence tIn which the
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subeMutted for the original, the same- letter
throughout This quote by the famed rFncl amill-
tarislt Marshal loch. is appropriate today I a
world In which human Itdignation has three times
within ha century rise to rpel the evils of
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Hy I CLUI2: What Is probably the most-used three-
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heren twice. Can you take it trom there?
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A pEN erARM.. Broom or Bust Lau-b
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soldiers, em.Otary i eos
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so r m t the War Of1 Indspend-
tnce. Long out of prit, it o
pnractlclaU unobteiasble at any
price. TA@We.r kao nda n 'se .
Soldionrs of t American Army,
by Frederick P. .d & Fits k
Krede (Reg pry, pages:
$12.50), liUterdilly lprful hi s
tWry of distinctive uniforms down
be line from Morgan's Si men _
to the Jump suits of the Para- -
toopers. The thiriy-tvo larp UCCNBS or ia
abl-olor plates by Keddt 15 ood for a lai
review chanes r m.itaft \ performer makes
ord sand JLad-uMs though nm.
Ut years. As shown in
Other esotworthy k ow or crv- left, a gla s of
eot self-kelp, home 6e1t fsed pear the edge ol
hqbby aokls: tin Is placed atop
Mgise r9 Boys, by 0. Sher- tend oa the pie
man Ripley (Adsocition Press, match box. Ra
86 palee: &3). A repertory for I is an egg.
ted age perforaersn as varied %qa Object: to get
Thuiton's & aoudI'sa., with glass without tLo
Working pleas for making bat- phernalia.
ling equipment at home. tJ One way it can
TV S titep, by W. J. Duachin- a broomstick. As
sky (Rtlnhold, 1i0 pages: 612). torher olds hie
Breakdown t- plann ag and op- Brain Teaser base of the bro
ration of statlos for irehltects. A LI.N ot eters on the sy- bristles will act
engineers and ecsUtives ; a 6adIe doctor's card reads thusly: the anap of the
Work on tht mbat advMeed omrn- Z y S tr tin Is knocked a'
munloatlon science. When Roes Brow read off the box flies with it
Mssy-4o-pldid Bthes m t letters correctly, e added, "Doc- says here) falls
(GovL Prttins Office No. Al- tor, by addig one letter to those where the waste
77-18, 24 pages: 15). WorkinS five, and rearrangin the six, a cushion, keeps it
drawings for eight dfoerest eabi- well-knows English word can be Obviously, suw
net units adaptable to torinf A spelled." fraught with dal
collections sad many purpose. What was the word he had in room rug. tablec
Paet PFeensmUa by yiv mind? The letter to be added is clothing, etc.. an
Leone Ricketa (All-fts ub. a vowel tempted only
Co.. 64 paga; 'L_). .toy, Remember, only one letter is to stances permit.
breeding, care. show standards. be added. ball, hina egg
and other pertinent information. ..aude.. s pj ao *a a y substitute may b


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ugh. The skillful
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*te drawing at
water Is placed
f a table. A pie
p the glass. Cen-
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ting on the box
the egg Into the
uching the para-
a be done is with
I shown, the per-
foot against the
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as a spring. At
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DUTY SQUARES
r 1. What bird lovers keep.
S. Where anoient Greek
shopped.
I'3. Dish blotter.
4. Where fsherme often
keep lunch.
5. October festival for
"birds" on broomastks.
6. Irish poet and wit.
7. English selentist
8. Proclamation.
9. What bird lovers watch.


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It'su *ue h
of a test of
wits to
make up "
werd-
squares as r a
it 14 to solve
them. Try
devising an
easy one- 9
using 8 let-
ter words.
PUZELSTS are invited to m double In this word-
square test. Eight five-letter words and one
nine-letter word are defined above. When you have
filled them into the spaces provided, the names will
appear both horisontaily aid vertically.


WHO ARE THE GIRLS?


EACH circle above contains an object thaftiadm
for part of a girl's name. They are fairly com-
mon names and when you have guessed the object
you will probably guess the rest of the name quick-
ly. For instance, the Brat name at top left is Carol
or Caroline.
How quickly can you find the rest?
For a party game, use magazine cut-outs pasted
to sheets of paper as name suggestions. Bee who
can guess fastet.
I Oee ;a U plgniqpod sue *l "eloIPi 'dolscadr 'JSed
*'so s 's a vqos *lajo; 'wuqag 'IO13 :IUJSea

Figure This Out Quickly
\/HAT word U represented by thil couplet'
A tusmoand and ow d fllyt twf s,
Often to used to grind grades nice.
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ACRoes --.
1. You figure thIs one: The.
weight of one-third cubl yarF
of granite at 70 lbs. per seuke
foot.
5. Women ve loamer than mew
by how many y ?T -
A popular gem Ques
tons.
8. Number of the 1955 Con-
gress.
9. How many errors: "The;.
right leg of tbhe victim were am-'
putated abovd the left knee,"
10. Numbpy of hours of sleep-
that you should get daily,
11. Minimum number of oppose
Ing battle to faee a pitcher in
a perfect game of baseball.
13. "sweet" age upside down..
14. Riddle: The dfterence be-
tween 1950 and 19654 model cars.
The answer: yeans.
15. If am eGa ly, write 0612;
If not, write 0442.
DOWN
1. Number of gold bars on a
second Ileutenant's shoulder.
2. Fare for iying 47 Miles and
return, at 6 cents a mile.
3. There are this many times
as many widows as widowers in
the U. 8.
4. Said Churchill: "It costa Is-
- be pout- when you have -
kill a maa."
7. Value of a rubber check that
bounces.
8. As octopus has how oapay
10. Conoeled In: The operator
was frightened.
11. Clauled Ad: "-nd band
tombstone sal, splendid bar
gain family named O'Brien."
it. Number of letters in the
state In which Custer took his
last stand.
13. "A titch in time saves
mone"-What slipped?
16. Bow to count sheep: Count
their feet and divide ty -I
17. Half a quartet.
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HORIZONTAL
1-Wh*t were the sraelites com-
manded Sot to turn uhn?
(e1v 10.41
6-In the plain of what place did
Nebufldear set up a gold-
en UahfI x ada. 3:1)
10-Money d4rwer.
14-Mothei of Iapse Gen. 21:3)
I-Epocha
1-Oe of the lst words of Christ
on the erosn (Mark 15:34)
17-BetelJ-nut palm
I--Aromtlie herb.
I -MerIL
20--emln s name.
S-A-oteary'e measure.



3SS -Prick painfully.
36-Robins. sparrows etc.
37-Femnine saime.
35-Sharpa
3s-P runs.
40-ReUred.
41-To whom di Hnnah at her
husband tak tseir sonsm-
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42-Medieval sportM.
45- -1 mes
46- Pce s the oury of the


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65-Soap-trame bar.
66-Garden of paradise.
67-O0lers.
VERflCAL
I-Who blessed Janob and Sent
bun sway? <= 28:1)
2--A son of MShal (1 "EL 4C1)
3-Mountain ymph.
4-a Vmrnish in dat
-creenins.M
-Paul t his greetings (CoL
4:14)
7-It was put in the breatplate
of judgment (Xx. 28:30)
I-Amaze
10-South Aneriam m o k e y
(Var.)
11-H was as Ahehite (1 Chr.
11:33)
12--orlorn
13,Codlike food Ash.
23-rFeamsl*e ruff
4-rooted vans.
27T-w on&
29-Oles.
3O-A king of Mdlia (Numa. 31:8)
ji-Equal
3vLk of Nosh (Oem 10:1)
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dtvini of t ma
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sh, I'U have twiOe the number
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36-Klaa of the Moabites (Num. 49-Artles.
a224T 50- ohammedan prince.
39-.Summlt. 51-Greas
40-Alr. comb. form. 52-Woe I1 me.
42.-.-CauJ a P" dITe. S-Routine.
48--DAuitM of Jng Agrippa 5M-Pereonalltie.
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SINCE HE'S somewhat of a farmer himself, President Eisenhower turns to and exam-
iTes a pitchfork full of cattle feed during a visit to a cattle research station in Fcnt
.*-yal, Va. With him are Robert Priode (left); the station director, and Agriculture.
:- ietpary Ezra Taft Benson. The President is starting his own Black Angus herdt


:TINI:ST CHAPEL in Puerto Rieo ii this Capilla de Per.
i'p tuo Socorro, Fr. Bernard of San Juap tells American
'-visitors Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chapin of Florida. There
.la six benches in the 10xlS-foot house of prayer.J -


THIS SHOULD RANK as one of the world's strangest traffic signs. It was erected at
the end of the United States sector of West Berlin just before it meets the Soviet
sector. The sign warns drivers who do not intend to pass through a short stretch of
Red territory to make a "U turn" and go back to the safety, of West Berlin. Many re-
cent incidents have occurred in two-mile stretch of Red territory on famed Autobahn.


.. : YMOND GOST looks as if he's' ready for that first trip to the moon, but the space btit the braves also excel as
was a gift for, being the millionth person to ride the moving rubber sidewalk at preparations for a festival he
F ... e Chicago Museum of Science and- Industry. In addition, Ray will get Christmas
-- .transportation toys from Akron rubber company for next nine years-until he's 12. i ....ur.


Oih NO, (Is pintumd buckaroo ini thai t didf.e cu 'a t hat hucldng nc
Byndicate even though it sens that way. Youngster is aitride stuhted horse in Tucson, Ariz.



OUTER" SPACE VISITORS
HILE OTHERS are greedily hunting through the hills
VVof Utah and Arizona for vitally-needd uranium, Dr.
Harry Nininger walks slowly over the same area looking
for something from outer space-meteorites. A recognized
authority on meteorites, Dr. Nininger has taken the old
mine detector of World War II and adapted it to his own
particular field. Dr. Nininger points ott his work may not
bring uranium riches, but will be rewarding in other ways.


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SPORTS WORLD-WIDE


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* ARCQNTINA'S ANTONIO CERDA Sunday shot a
three under-par 69, including a 'final 30-foot putt,
to nip countryman Roberto De Vicenzo and U.S. 1954
amateur champion Arnold Palmer by one stroke for
the 1955, Panama Open championship. Cerda had a
total 275 for the 72 holes.
De Vicenzo started the final 18 holes three strokes
ahead of Palmer and four in front of Cerda but blew
up on 'the final two holes with bogeys to finish the
round in a two-over-par 74. Cerda had birdies on 17
and 18 for his sensational victory on the very last
hole. Palmer turned in' a final round 71.
The $7,S00 Open again proved a huge success
and the committee promises that it will be even k
better for 1956.
Johnny MacMurray overcame stubborn opposi-
tion from his brother Charlie to be the low amla-
teur again.
-- o ----
Veteran Cary Middlecoff pulled away from the field
to win the Bing Crosby Golf Tournament at Pebble
Beach, California.
Middlecoff sank two 30-foot putts on the way to a
one-under-par score pf 71 and a three-day total of
209. Middlecoff had started the final round with a one
stroke lead over the field, but wound up with a four-
s roke margin over Julius Boros and Paul McGuire
who tied for second with 213.
Vic Ghezzi shot a 71 today to wind up in a fourth
place tie with Stan Leonard at 215.
Two veterans Byron Nelson and amateur Ed
Lowery won the pro-amateur division of the tour-
ney with a bes'-ball score o.f 195. Middlecoff and his
amateur partner. Ed Crowley, finished second in the
pro-amateur section with a total of 196.
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Feathcrweight champion Sandy Saddler got ready
for a title fight Monday night by knocking out Lulu
Perez in the fourth round at Boston.
Saddler, who defends against Teddy "Red Ton"
Davis noxt month, had an easy time in the non-title
affair. P6rez threw a few bothersome jabs in the first
and second rounds, but the champ was always in
. command.
The end came at one minute and 34 seconds of the
fourth. Scddler floored Perez wl'h a left to the head
and Lulu wrs unable to get up before referee Tommy
Rawson counted him out.
o ---
light heavyweight Floyd Patterson showed plenty
or speed and neower Monday night to knockout Don
Grr'nt at New York.
Patterson, the fourth-ranked liht heavy contender,
stopped the Los Angeles fighter at one minute and 13
seconds of the fifth round.
Referee Barney Felix stopped the bout after Grant
went down from a hard left hook to the ribs. He was
on his knees at a count of "four" but remained down
for a mandatory count of "eight." When he got up,
Grant was wobbly and the referee called a halt.
Patterson gave Grant a beating in the fourth round.
The Californian went down in the fourth, but officials
ruled It was not an official knockdown because Grant
slipped while trying to avoid a punch.
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A crowd of 42.000 was treated to a world racing re-
cord as the Irish-bred "Poona, The Second" Won the
Ban Fernando Stakes at Santa Anita, California.
Ridden by Willie Shoemaker, Poona The Second,
grabbed the lead at the start and galloped over
the mile and one sixteenth in e-e minute. 40 and
-four fifth seconds. That's one fifth of a second
better than the old world mark set by "Count
Speed" in 1947 at another California track, Golden
Gate Fields.
Shoemaker had the colt going all out at the finish
and Poona The Second finished four lengths in front
of Calumet Farm's "Miz Clementine." "Duke's Lea,"
another Calumet entry,.ran third with the favored
"Determine' fourth.
In the co-featured El Encino Handicap, the field
horse "Surgenie" came home in front of "Swoop" with
"'My Fault" third.
o. -
A final period surge led by Bill Sharman and Bob
Cousy a pair of Boston aces sent the East to
victory over the West Tuesday night by a score of
100-91.
The game was the fifth annual National Basket-
ball Asso2 action All-Star gome at Madison S q u a re
Garden in New York. The East's win makes it four
times thty ve taken the classic.
Sharm: n tied the score at 71-71 in the fourth period
with a four Shot. A few moments later the score was
again ti i ur) and Harry Gallatin of the New York
Knicks p -t the East ahead again. 75-74. Then Shar-
man,sani no.her uat shot to make the margin thiee
points.
With fi"e minutes left in the game the East had
widened is margin to 84-78. Sharman then made
good on t' o field go.ds. Gallatin hit on two folit shots
and the 'A ct fell behind by eight points.
Jim Poll.rd bnd little Slater Martin of the Lankqrs
scored on tkskets. But with.l1 .,.At nutes left in the
game a field goal by Adohtre~ehave3 of Syvacu.sc,
plus two free throws and a field goal by Cousy, gave
the Egs all the lead it needed.
All t0ld. Sharm-an collectelI 15 points. 10 of those
15 came in the final period. Covsv vas the indivi-
dual scoring leader with 20 points.
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Rookies Frqnk Selvy Pnd Bob Pettit of the last pla-e
Milwaukee Hawks are leading the National Basketball
Assoclailon scoring race.
It's the first time in league history rookies held the
two top so'.s.
Latest NBA figures &how Selvy is first by the mar-
gina of one i m st' points to 781. Bob Cousy of Bos.
ton Is'third with "O 5 ints.
Nell Jobhrcn of Philadelphia has the best scoring'
a-.'erage Johnston is averaging 21-polnt-tv'o po nt;
per gpme. Teammate Paul Arizin is se.onid with a 20
point-nine avera a. -...-.
'TFr^SSSu...IT ore t"", hlahest scorn' trm
Wf r TJ ra-are-.w-aging 103-point-four point s pe
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0 tained the dismantled Schmeisser which he later sold
IRtd-China offered -the families of American cap- to Mir6 for $150.
tives a chance to see them... In Chinese prisons. Tejada's story was later confirmed by FAbrega.
But the United States says' the offer Is a poor ex- o --
euse for the Americans' freedom. And the families of A few days after having chalked up a perfect -two-
the imprisoned men are not jumping at it. year safety record, the First Rescue Squadron lost
Peiping Radio Broadcast the offer Friday at the three men on a search-for a missing American plane
New York. It is the f I r s t concrete development to downedAIn Colombia.
.same time that the TUnited Nations announced It in Three-of the SA-1 Amphibian crew.who qurviv-
emerge from the recent talks between .UN Secretary- ed thq crash. which occurred near the town of
General Dag Hammarskjold and Chinese Communist Andes, were flown back here, and are now in Gor-
Premier Chou En-lal in Peiping. gas wrospital.
But the White House had no comment. The State A reportt was received Friday that the wreckage of
Department responded with a new call on Red China a small craft -which may be the plane for which
to free the American prisoners. And, at the same time, Albrook rescue mission men searched was sighted
it recommended that the families of the Americans about 100 miles west of Bogota. The American couple,
turn down the Communist offer. Dr. and Mrs. G. O0. Rockwell of Houston, Texas, the
The Communist offer covers 17 Americans... 11 ir-. object of the search, had been missing since Dec. 28
men and two civilians jailed on spy charges and* )ut' in.their Beechcraft Bonanza.
other fliers shot down and captured during the 1< Colombian authorities have sent a ground party to
rean war. Both Red China and the UN said the ied check this report.
Cross Society of China would make arrangements for The three widows of the Albrook fliers who died
the families wishing, to accept the offer. were returned to Mobile, Ala., with their children.
But there are a couple of catches: First: he cost. They were accompanied by a flight nurse and a res-
A round trip flight, tourist class, from'the West coast cue headquarters officer.
only as far as Hong Kong costs $990. Many of the' A- The dead were Lt. Col. Joseph C. Smith. 37. Capt.
merican prisoners' relatives say they just dbn't have Cullen D. Hardin. 36 and S/Sgt. Edgar ,W. Callaway,
the money. .. 35. These-.were the first casualties that the rescue
And even If they had it, it is not certain yet wheth- group at Albrook had suffered in a two-year accident
,er the department would permit thelam_ g,. Depart- free period. -
ment officials previously had pointed -At %at since One of the survivors, A 1/c James R, Bar4ow, who
the United States has no diplomatic relations with received oxily minor eye lacerations, was to *e cited
Red China, it could not guaranAee .their safety. How- to receive the Soldier's Medal for his extraordinary
ever, the U.N. says they would be rWotected. heroism. Bartlow pulled the crash personnel from the
o -,. bring plane, and was credited with saving the lives
The families of some of the Americans held captive of the survivors. *K .
in Red China received the offer with mixed reactions. o -
To some, it is an Indication that the men may be According to President Eisenhower's 1956 budg-
released soon. To o-hers, a oaance to see their sons et, the Panami Canal Co. could expect net losses
and husband. To others... the feeling that a visit of SM,00 in fiscal '55 and $29M,W i fiscal '56.
would do no good. The financial situation of the Canal Co. could
But the parents a.Capt. Harold Fischer a jet ace possibly be attributed to the expected drop in the
from Swea City, 0WvA --,said one of them definitely number of government transit. and increases in
would go if their hon is not released soon. wage, and Interest rates, he said.
Mrs. Hurley Baaper of LewLsburg. Pa., mother of The question as to whether toll rates would be
a flier jailed as a Spy Says she doesn't think she'll maintained at their present level in the future
go. Says Mrs. Baunmtf: "It wouldn't help the boys any." was also raised.
The wile oi C apt. Elmer Llewellyn of Missoula, Mon- Ike said "Studies indicate that it may be sev-
tana, said she'd visit her husband if she could get the eral years before the long-term normal rate of
money. And she wanms to take their six-year-old son growth in Canal traffic is resumed."
along, Llewellyn's mother. Mrs. Henry Stiter of Bisba o -
California. said she'd go too,. i she had the money.. Local-rate employes learned at a shirtsleeve con-
Mrs. Nellie Peters of Portland. Ore. mother' o ferene that their rentals would be upper 20 per cent
airman Danel Schmidt said she'd like to go. on all Canal quarters.
W. G. Parks father of Lt. Roland Parks said Although representatives said they were not entire-
In Omaha, Neb., that he is wary of the invitation. dut ly surorised by the move, since they had indications
Parks said he might try to make the trip because It's several months ago that the Canal was conducting
been so lon since hehas-seen his son. study of their rentals, the civic e spokesmen
In Akron, Ohio. Joseph Kiba also raised the flnn- felt the raises were "completely unjust i ed."
cial angle, saying, 'I don't make that kind of money They said It was unfair for the itudy to compare
as a boilermaker." His son, Steven, is one of 10 fMi- rents in the one with Panam"a because they felt-
iaren. l landlords in Panama were entitled to make a certain
Mrs. Philip Fecteau of Lynn, Mass. mother i- profit oh their houses, whereas the PanamA Canal was
civilian Ricnard Fecteau says she doubts a tri not.
vould do her son any good. and, she says, "the q- The.,.S.-rate elvi cuncl heartily endorsed a re-
ernment couldn't guarantee us protection." <. Thewstn,.' made v heuCil aliv norsd o fe-
Mrs. Mary Vaadi of Clayton, New York mother tors who voted to condemn Ca the-nal oard use of
S01 CapL. Eugene Vaadi said she doubts she would Arook F oted to condemn the. nnued use of
go to China to visit him. And she summed it up for The resolution was eofdd by eoun-ilm as
all the other relatives, saying: "We want our boy nhersotio wa ed in their Bn. hard. flght t .
freed." -r another steu gained in their. r f
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Army doctors gave a former prisoner of the Rus-
sians a clean bill of health.
Authorities in Berlin say Pt. William Verdine re-
leased Friday is underweight after six yeras in a
Soviet slave labor' camp.
But they say an examination shows the 28-year-old
soldier from Starks. La.. has nothing seriously wrong
with him... no sign of the stomach, heart and cheat
trouble that Verdine complained of when he was re-
leased.

game Boston also has the highest points-against
averagee. 101-point-one. Fort Wayne Is the top defen-
sive club. The Piston* have held tivais to an.average
of 83 points I Hi lANt 1t ,1 F1 vi".,51


gel as ies tio mm ;an he ue of ^alrw ause
of he esisibile disastrous- esa*s to the fneanmunity.
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People were beginning to wonder whether this was
relHv the dry season. According to reports from the
weatherman's office. if rain were to continue to fall
at the rate it has this month. January would become .
the "wettest" on record.
A voung archaeologist couple Mr. and Mrp. Charles
McOLmsey. arrived for an oleht-month study of pre-.
Colombian developments of the Indian groups on the
Isthmus.
. Sponsored by three organizations, the couple, who
came here w 8t 4 9e g a al
Parita. wata ] ,
to establish a l6

UIDAYt JANUARY 28, 19i


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* THI CHINESE 4ATIONAULSTO may have decided
to evacuate the Tachen Islands to avert a cease-
fire ordered by United Natioas.'
The bg Natona.It air strikes against the mainland
are aimed at breaking up a Red Invasion of the main
Islands of the Tachens. But .the bigger purpose may
be to make possible an evacuation of the Natioftaalst
troops and some of, the civil populace from the Is-
lands.
If Chiang Kai-shek.'does pull olt, he likely will need
the helt of the American Seventh Fleet and Air Force.
That would entail the risk that the Reds would attack*
the American ships and planes engaged in helpigr the
evacuation.
But President Eisenhower has declared the Tachens
are n6t vital to the defense of Formosa so he prob-
ably would prefer the risk of clash with the Red&dur-
ing evacuation of the islands to the bigger risk involv-
ed in an attempt to hold them.
The Nationalists .were bitterly disappointed over the
decision of the United States not'to d e f end the
Tachens. Like Sen. Knowland of California, they, soa.
our failure to defend them will encourage the Reds
to new aggressions.
But from the Nationalist point of view, a ceasefire
order by the UN along the China cost right now would
be a political danger even greater to contemplate. It
mightIn time destroy the legal basis of the Nation-
alist China's existence.
Chiang would much prefer continuance of the pre-
sent situation, in which the United States is pledged
to defend Formosa and give him help. He thus can
continue to harass the Red mainland and clainklthat
he intends tolreturned to the mainland.
From that point of view, it is' to Chiang's interest
to give up the Tachens without a fight and prevent
Interference by the U.N.


Atr Ma a week, d1c
toak a f(itles s
toe d.
DefOt0 several "def .@o dIfr_
ximate spot where q. as `4
said he dumped the geap A dl)gent
other areas of Pana.f.CT., ,ouce were SU
to locate the Schme ufr submachine gun used th
assassination.
Deposed President Jos6 Rarn6n GuizadO, whp waf
Impeached a week ago yesterday, remained hcomi
munleado throughout the week while the fma4
committee appointed .by the National pre,
pared a case against him. Oulzado's lawyers, I Fell.
pe Juan Escobar and Guillermo MArquez BrIes B, ex*
pect to be able to see their client tomorrow.
On Thursday, the Assembly eased the $ate of emer-
gency In force since Jan. 3, but continued until the
end of this month the suspension of the article of the
constitution which rules out arrests without warrants,
Speculation rose during the week as to whether
Mir6 carried out the assassination alone. Some sources
aild that Mir6 was not sufficiently expert in the use
of the 'weapon to change magazines in the space of
time it took to fire the nuTnber of bullets found by'
police at the-scene of the assassination.
The mystery ot hew cadet Edgard Tejada, (w~e
seld the weapon to Mlr6). managed. to smuglle-
the gp liato Panama from. Guatemal was cleared
up Friday when Tejada finally iuweiqed that he
had asked Col. Rogelio Fabrega, Panama Ambas-
sader to Guatemala, to take a package to atna-
mi for him while he (Tejada) was taking refuge
in the Panamanian-Embassy following an unsuc-
cessful student uprising.
Tejada told the Ambassador the package contained
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I SAW IN LOUISIANA A LIVE-OAK GROWING

By Walt Whitman
I saw in Louisiana a live-oak growing,
All alone stood it, and the moss hung down from the branches;
Without any companion it grew there, uttering joyous leaves
of dark green,
And its look, rude, unbending, lusty, made me think of myself *
But I wondered how It could utter joyous leaves, standing alone
there, without its friend, its lover near-for I knew I could
not;
And I broke off a twig with a certain number of leaves upon It,
and twined around it a little moss,
And brought it away-and I have placed it in sight in my room;
It is not needed to remind me as of my own dear friends,
(For I believe lately I think of little else than of them:)
Yet it remains to me a curious token-it makes me think of
manly love;
For all that, and though the live-oak glistens there in Louisi-
ana, solitary, in a wide flat space,
Uttering joyous leaves all its life, without a friend, a lover,
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HINGTON It's been a workers an# what type of workers en with polio. Later, Victor/Ham.
ime since Henry Ford I will be covered; also how big the mer, the New York art collector,
I the world with -a revolu- w ge will be. A guaranteed wage acquired the estate and along with
wage scale a guaran- e year will probably be fixed it FDR's old sloop. So Jimmy has
rage of $5 a day to auto Zat a lower level than the day-to- made a deal with Hammer to turn
s. -But today his grandson ddy wage with no certainty of em- it over to the Navy if the Navy
F ]d II, is about to hi ent wants it.
g just as revolutionary? However, Henry Ford the first
Ig F is abe't to come i thived on controversy and young "If you want a small boat for
&d wlh a guaranteed 4mUL ,enry is following in his grand- the midshipmen to cruise around
to lbor. father's footsteps. He plans to in eff Annapolis, it's yours,, he
hernore, he is going t teat move out into front place as a told Thomas. "The only thing I
al Motors to the punch. This leader of American industry, would like to request is that you
bly means a competo--new put a brass nameplate in the stern
r in the history ycf wmerican JIMMY ROOSEVELT IN stating that it was once used by
y. It means Aa their auto CONGRESS a former assistant secretary of
mies will follqjuit and thpt the Navy."
eel. which lJg hts fact& When Congressinah J I I m y
d i from- theeJnited Steel Roosevelt, newly elected from Secretary Thomas seemed inter.
rs will also base to follow. California, attended the White ested but did not commit himself.
as tha-t the Mecework and House reception for members of.
y-to hiri m-system siy Congress, it was like old home AIRLINE GRAVY
i.of e Industrial window, week. l c
P eFord decision are A glaring contradiction in Presi-
e interesting acts.1 Almost every servant remem- dent Eisenhewer's annual budget
t nce, Font. General bred him from his-father's days, message passed unnoticed. In one
B Chrysler aU face aI when he was a frequent visitor breathy he declared that "substan-
uXwith the United Auto at the White House. .So when he tial progress has been made in
the spring, when Wal- walked in, it looked for a time decreasing the leve. of subsidies,"
has already announced almost more like a servants' re- then in the next, he -asked Congress
plump for a guaranteed ception for Jimmy than pn Eisen- to boost the subsidies for the big
Swage. shower reception tor congressmen. airlines from $40 million to $I3
S Unlike his brother, Franklin, million.
I 'and GM approach this. who commuted back and forth to
own after a tough ten-year New York, Jimmy a rented a Even this doesn't tell the full
'- :which both have been small bouse ca the edge of Ua-- story since the President alWo
Io gain leadership in the land and the District of Columbia asked for an extra $* million in
of low-priced ears. Ford) ad is really working at the job mirmail payments a ineoegae
iMat oce ypu attain the, of being a congressman. He's be- are not officially considered "su .
place, your costs drop, also ling pointed to CongremanA sidies" but legitimate pay for fly*-
price. You don't have to put Wright patman's yey imprtuat ing the Mail. Yet the figures are
a many inducements in ad-ISmall-Business Comm ie,is- also se padded that tehide a Mlet of
dlg to salesmear and to deal- on the Laber and Com-I gravy. For example the airlines
mittee, where he iB .a td' charge higher rate fing m
Race between the big two for a ebool e sto overseas than for flying pase-
auto industry gives the Uni- ( He ha also intr a taly rs, though the passengers go-
kuto Workers an especially important amendmeol to section first class and free ehampagne
positis. Fir ese -week's 14B of the Natim Labt e- Be orchids.
against either Po d or GM nations Act, a septio which per-f The tetal lump that Ike wants
e1 t 440,M units, while a mits states to acas laws lona g to divide ameng the big ahiblun
eek *trike would cut off 100,- the closed shop. The R eve t fiscal year is $10,siM -
Rits. a mend meat wl set aside PetuuI the highest appropriaUtion r ar-
wing this, young Hebr For 4 B and ford the W mail pay and subsidies* i ae -
ield4to ga ke an hs #wa states from .bamig the Abo dlre history of the USA and eon-
Sa n the tMure prosper- shop. i merably higher thau s aythtag
the United States to attain This Is sure to become mse of voted oader Tumpm. -
[. 1 place in sale cf tow-price the mA t botly debat-ed masures) At the same time, the Civil A ero-
Actually it's a much greater in Congress.. lauties Boa & ar'i )niasaters :
le than realized. For if he 0one minor thIg the Ulder Ropse- the subsidies. is asmU .f t
s wrong about American v*lt on did upon armving ia Wasi- exb a 4,12.000 for a*4mistrative
erity, if his plants are shut '"ten was to can on. he secretary | ene. The lar iNMA
for a long period, it will cost o, the Navy. Charles Thoma, to are requested for adl Sitw-
miBliems. For during the shut-' oJer the Navy a gift et a small nvities" ad w" ese. M
under the guaranteed an- sleep led by FDR when h was The amaUest increase (4t*r ( U
wage he must keep, on slstant secretary of the Nlvy. is allotted for "Mofety regulation ,
I wsaw. .; .. The sloop was kept at the Roose- ; Meanwhile, the CAB's faverit-
at lfdetails are sotiM 11t. summer place at Campobello,'Ism for the big airlines continues
,m1 bg the Ford pflt fl tan v Seotla, and FDR sod,'U Minto hb the M eAt ui lo In a4me
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WASIONGTON (NBA) A Ihis sour mash. They ran like worrying. They think they ean
pfal-talkaing parakeet aeaoid "Xi- this: atny other camndate the Be-
Sv wi" has moved at the new Senate "'Many-Reaolved-I will try to pugicans might put up.
Office building quarters of Fresh. like Green,,River sodas with orange Gov. Adlie Steve-,on still seems
SD Man Sen. George H. Bender (R, ice when I get unified with Walter to be the favorite Democratic can-
AV ON TTIS IWAT: ow f o the bie AP I Mil O ). right aext to the auite eom-. Reuther. didate, but there is one sour note
i tical aceakers b. NUxo. "Reuther-Resolved-I will try about this. From southern Eisen.
Old oa" Bob hopelad. the New York governor ightn The bird really belongs to Sen. to learn to like Old Fitzgerald, bower Democrats came rumors
ed in ot Swater when e"lew he AF hatters union e3, r A rm Bender's secretary, Mrs. C. now that I \am going to be unified that they were still or Ike and
to there atmic bombbaSe is asclose as aee ca Terry. It has already learned with George Meany. were giving Stevenson only lip
Thule, Greeland. just aroundIa t be to Harriman and to, greet Bender with a "Hi, ma- "United Mine Workers Re- service support because they be-
corner from the Arcti Circle.' hUal adviser, Carine DqSawo tUri" During the campaign it wel- solved-We'll believe it when it leved that Eisenbower eculd again
Hope *est up to hand some New Rose, an astute political state comedy all callers at senator Ben- happens." beat Stevenson in 1956.
Year's Eve laugh to the Air Porce it, is cenaldere le eeto wht .r's office with, "Bender for Se- With the arrival of career diple-
boys who sit around on the ce s intimate friend and 4 r." If Democratic senators carry dnat Lay Henderson in Washington
just is ease a-oreign power dw of the Liberty party, Dave D through their threat to "demand to become Deputy Undersecretary
cides to send me explosivestu ky, will do. And what garment Mrs. Terry has kept Kiwi in the the name" of alleged Communists lof State for Administration, Se-
our way explosive s workers union leader Dubinsky B der offices for over two years. fired or allowed to resign under iulican Secretary of State John
does frequently reflects the AFL's It, is so tame that it was allowed the Eisenhowes security program, Foster Dulles believes he has per.
And the comedian flew right position. outside a cage. It never ventured they will be reversing a stand tak- tected a plan for having Foreign
into the middle of -battle with the outside the office. en by the Democrats psvicusly. Service Officers run the Depart-
Hollywood cameramen's local of Reuther will have great influence At present, the small blue- During the Truman administra- ment of State as permanent deputy
the AFL Stage Hands Union and in the Michign, Illinois and Mit- breasted. gray-winged bird is in- tion, the White House refused to undersecretaries. The deputy un-
the U.S. Army. Seems that the nesota ddlegationa to the Denmo. stalled in one of the center offices give congressional i investigating drsecretary for international poll-
Army decided to film the show erratic 'eonventicn. The AFL will of Bender's suite. But if the staff committees the names and files of tical affairs is already installed in
Hope pet on that night using be heavy i the New York. anything to say about it Kiwi personnel dismissed on grounds o Robert Murphy, another career
Army photographers. Later the England and several southern del- w be put in the outer reception disloyalty. Now it's the Republi- diplomat. of
film was shown commercially over egations in which Reuther now room to greet guests as they walk can administration w h i ch is The idea behind this plan of or-
TV. This miffed the AFL stagt seeks friends. It will be a fight, in the door. This friendly welcome claiming that these fles are confi- ganizaticn is to keep the profes-
hands, who have 15 jobless tec-? all right. never fails to make a hit with dental and must not be disclosed. sionals in charge of continuous
nicians 'seeking bread and butter. -- callers. The new congress came to Wash- operation of the State Depart-
So they blasted Hope and the You can expect the Comm st ington with its attention concen- ment, regardless of changes i pol-.
Army. E also wrote to Secre- apparatus to t t to lune a When Vice President Nixon's treated more on 1956 than any other itical control at the top.
tary Lf Defense thlarles Wilson de-. ew t.ird ar uh as the dis stff was informed that a pet para-single subject. And the center of, When a new party comes to
manding an investigation. Result integrated Prrssive 'party of keet was moving in next door, a interest for everyone was whether power after an election, it wm
is that Slope, who himself was 1946 And in 1955, at that. The rumor was started that the V. P. Ike wood be a candidate to sue- naturally name a new Secretary
once a union president (head of Sovieteers plan to- held a national was seeking new quarters. But if ceed himself. and Undersecretary of State. Some
the American tild of Variety Ar- convention sometime before Labor Ithe bird can be taught to give Republicans are only guessing of the Assistant Secretaries might
tists), got little but abuse for his Day, They want 'this third party Vic e President Nixon a "Hi at, the answer to this one. Pessi- also be changed by political ap-
flight from lush Beverly fWills to -not because they expect to elect Veep" greeting, it will probably mistp believe that President Eis- pointments.
the wind-lashed Arctic. 1 anyone, or even poll any sizeable wie him over. enwer wut not see a second But the caee diplomats serving
vote. I term. But the majority seem to But the career diplomats serving
But th surprise twist to the United ine Workers Journal belleve--hopefully-that he will. las deputy undersecretaries for ad-
story is that Jimmie Petrillo broke, The Communists a r e saylg t4iok a crack at AFL and CIO For the Democrats, however, ministration and international poll.
precedent by approving the- use of amng themselves that they want IPresidents George Meany and Wal there is enly one sensible strategy tical affairs would continue from
the 150-piece Air Force band. In lit so they can put their ..co-ex-t er Reuther In a series of fakedrline. This'is to believe that Ike one 'administration to the next.
that Jimmie has insisted that only istenee" propaganda across our INew Year's resotutions.. T h e y will run again. They feel he is This would assure that the bi-parti-
civilian music-makers be used on national rad~~ and TV networks were based en the facts that Reu- the man they have to beat. If he san foreign politicies would be car-
any show, recording or filming free of charge. How? By organw other drinks pop and Meany likes doesn't run, the Democrats aren't ried on consistently.
which may wind uai in the com- izing a, political party in "every
mercial field. So the Air Force state," they will have the legal
flew its band up to' thule for Bob right to equal time with the Dema- *
Hope. And the icebound boys had a crats and Republicans on rad4l .U.
tuneful New Year's Eve. My boy and TV. That's the law.
Jimmie is mellowing. ---
As predicted here, Teamster Un-
Private citizen larry S. Truman, ion official, Jim Hoffa, now one of -- o -
no longer surrounded by Secret the land's top handful of powerful
Serv m m ,o s h~s been quietly slip- labor leaders, purchased another Moe. glow Over Miami Berlin's fast tour of the nation (to gaged to Chas. Curland, wealthy
ping t Kansas City budding. $1,000,000 worth of Montgomery visit disc jockeys plugging his We~pt Coaster. They'll be stitned
And he doesn't come out for a Ward stock through his welfare Celebs About the Beach: Mae "White Christmas" score) helped next month . Richard rr
while. There's no mystery, how- funds. This makes $2,000,000 they West, the Copa City feature, In that movie gross 18 million bux. romantic lead o "Plain and Fan-
ever. hold. It is one of the most signift the Roney Plaa elevatorr surround- He owns 30 p.c. c- the Paramint cy," adores Dor 'hea Byrnes, rat-
cant signs of a trend which already ed by bodyguards. . Debbie Rey- ... oan ("Let Me Go Lover") ed Philly's most brunettiful MaToe
The ex-president goes upstairs has given labor as A whole consid and Eddte Fisher hand-hold- Weber's husband. ooka 2-month liner . The N. Y. Times made
to a Steinway piano dealer's store- erable voting power, in uS. corpor- lig at "Stone Crab Jp~os,". which leave from his lob (of installing the How"- o' Flowers people
rocm.- There, without benefit of nations. racts as many stars as the dial phones) to celebrate her sue.- change the word "bawdy" to "row-
audience, he keeps in. practice by For example, the. firm of Mar r ub. Mrs. Red Buttons i eess . An Italian film titled dy' in9 ads. There was stronger
playing :the grand piano given Segal Co., advises a welfare, an calls him .. "Rouge"), irs. "An American In Rome" kids In- wordage m the Times critics re-
himn'last'Jne by PetrilB'f Ameri- pension funds. Through this ho n Berle, Mrs Goodman Ace grid Ressellini, Hemingway and view.
can Federation of Musicians alone, these fund invest pver Whose groom authors the Berle Diaggao . Its a son for the -I
The union keeps the piano in $135o,0,000 annually. Of this sme shows), the Ritz Freres and comic | producer John Housemans (Joan
tune. The Steinway is beingstored 25 percent is put in common (vot- Gone Baylos on the Roney's pool Courtaty, And a daughter at Big Street Ticker: One of the
until i. i presented formally to ing)stock. Tis bloc of unins now deck .The convalescing Joe E. the dance direcr Ward Ellises networks wll sweat out the new
the Truman library. But what r- holds over $50,000,000 worth of see- lawis at L'Aiglo . The reunited Benny Fields and Blossom Jelke trial. some ot their top pe.-
ry S. doesn't know is that he is cities it can vote anytime it wants1 team of Cross & un atthe De- Seeey open at the Last Frontier pe lle involved. Does Tin
also getting the lmmertal trumpet at corporation boards of directors Jdo.X Thdapso bbelblish (Vegas) n the17tu dscloMartha an Alley know that 34 essi "'8
which Petrillo played in a uet meetings. g te o sn ,. X- V ( j disclosed her named "Count Your -Blessins"
with him at theMusicians' ion This -bloc is just a small art Gov. FullWarren and. olfcnam- secret marriage) mu return thatere ublsed oefre Cole wrote
convention. of the swiftly expanding welare- on Sammy Sneadm ., hapt. Dick mueh aaimony to Mickey Rooney his for" Mexican Hayride"- ..
pnconventision. fund field. werillof Eastern Air 'ines.. .... They say Art Carney's share! Perry Com spurned over a million
The next Democratic party na- Jacques Renard, one of radio's of the Gleason contracts wil bhe dolars in night spot bookings last
tional convention may see the If you don't believe that U.S. pioneer orchestra ecductors, now over a million dollars . Sev eral year. Likeshis Ppeane, slippers to
same kind of bitter nomination unions are led by capitalist-minded ec the mood music at Lou colyums had Heward Hughes .at much ma ick Sheer, per
fight which electrified the GOP men, go to New Britain, Conn. iWaters_ Mademoisenl Room . N. Y. first-nights etc. He hasn't wek mai room boy at an a
paSley in '52. Ths time it wi be There the Police Unimon, Local 1165, .Betty & Jane Kea. reporting (with been out of Las Vegas for weeks gencyis No. with rich divorce
New York's Gv. Averell Harr- American Federation of State, all show folks) to.poliee h'quar- I. Wc boea the .esars Nielsen,, Meredith Seares .Imitation s
man against Adlal Stevenson. Im- County and Municipal Employees, ,br .for. gerpriating and m-u- Triadex an other ll-Takers read the SncerestFormr of unael
portent forces in the Democratic has leased a big lot from the city ging. "What do ou do at the La the Tuesday morni, financial pag. ptLucky Morr (top male mod-
pasty are split-Aspecially inside"-.nd runs t as parking g sp t to quarter asked femme e es.f th t rmust nw b e rearot his etorba C
labor. make money for the union. Thati "Well," 'kided fe median convinced that their system of' don an the rear ohi motorbike
10e CIO, led by Walter Reuther, one way to make certain your car Beye, "I guess I'm the star .. counting listeners doesn't compare '. -. Sory Tufts opened at St.
is Lacking the man-from Illinois. I isn't stolen. Th U nimiressed c I e r k wrote with ours. o is as the male !ead of 'Picnic"
SManhattan Murals: The little oldO'Ma lv of Phill, has been pre- .
Slady or E. 5th (near 1st) who moted from cigg~.-ga to shdw-gal
Herewith fnd solution to Sunday Crossword Pus- Sallies Ia 0uw Alloey Gracie Bar- toots a police whistle 3 times every by Lou Walters at Miami Beach
e ae No. 68 published today, ry was b one. t a.m. cops and-neighbors i-.- B Cullen. W his Head Hi
Beach's new, i -gaas,, wn o mo'are getin_) used n to her .sensayu. p staff Anne Head r ,red Chuck
a' SWA Mr g iSi m Dee I12, ryptWlpt M Grace to pull Ver to the curb and ma a e 4-foot long seale mod- (_4B) Kendall.. t Pretty Kitty
SLWH* iMA W D E SF ULDstarted writing cut a summons o f The Queen Mary-made of Kepett is ill (virus) at Roosevelt
RMl C W- B SAWOND SP UL RAOR 1 IredL "sai Grace "I 've played sugar. in the Cunard Line show- Hp .. Tip toDarryl Zasuek
l L lM [nthe ohaiee beneliis around here rooe at 536th and Park. ... The a&no thi Century _cx: You better
for years. I also he to know police-car run to an East Side ho- do something quick to save vow
uP o I ce e Romeo" .. tel, h neighbors complained valuabicro ert harkyn Monroe.
"Realyg?" said the gal-cop, hand- hof a noi- party. The two women er oubhc reldatior are.going to
ieg', her the ticket. "Tell Rcueo and a man turned out to be two worsen . Latest practical-joak:
ugot this from Juliet!'" .God-. men in fatal e apapRre 'id a wom- Phony subpoenas '(to Guys-About.
rey's Gang should be glad he an in vied-versa The chap. Town) to appear at the Jeike trial.
acts like The Boss He could act chasing r lady's millinery -wode ...
like The Star iaon Ave. It kept blowing away.
-- in Gat So hbe flung his loaded brief case Sounds in the Jight: At the Cond
IBroadway Steory:-.a ea vese-at it-scoring a direct hit-squash u cius: ."Hog ed enough to be.
Sin l val,' the oaSddue hand ingit flat. . She could've killed her brother" At Gatti's:
Bells- Spew**,duetan. aim. "Those little back books hab e
las. .. Ree wee bpas s. N Geor- -- made a lot of follows tun white"
g or years is in Times Square Circle: Barbara . A Si Bon "On Broadway, if
dary buamiess psrt.a, _rs Hutten. be.g quietly abrogated at first they dent succeed, the
with ;millinery ,bblg m L,.l*mter from Ibirosa, wil have to get a ,ry imitation. . At Bob O -'s
as insuraac le na+ .'special h.31 passed by Congress t. "What a heret! He's so indullee.
se5 ars age- t on "a restore her U. 6. citincship. The tua l' ... At the Embers: "S-an -e
acted ia a em a /u'afty last time she regretted t. ing just brokc up u th ner feller. Got
at Atladta . As actor sway ier America" rights-it cost htion's .. A-' "She's nl.
Larty Gales. Iappueai ther $40 00t to get them back .. .tin m that O Rin-A..
catch his performance and Invited One of the Grace Memorial Church. .. At Dubrow a: "The torch in
him to join the Barter Theater "naipes" and hi. w.ife wil shock when your Sugar becomes a LwnpL
Reege, at U.Cis a fuD4edged ties-tbreaks in the papyri . Actress'
za, er Mug ihi Droadway debat Jue Kairh and Kenneth Berg arc .roadway Wiseagu: The U..
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, (Pix and text by Ralph ,. Skinner) A nural tropical setting has
been set up for a photo stu dl o
On the same day that the 100th where pleture-in-a-minute camer-
anniversary of the first transcon- as With enable you to have your
tinental crossing of the Panama picture taken with live modelsa,
Railroad is celebi'ated, there's a and attractive ones! Donovan Gey-
big celebration out in New Cristo- er will run this operation.
bal. An art exhibit and a contest will
Yes on January 28 is the an- be directed by Mrs. William T.
nual barbecue of the Episco p a I Clute. Needlecraft will be offered
church grounds on Third Street. for sale by Mrs.. R. A. KopeWki
The fund raised go toward the and Mrs. L. A. Skeels, and doll
new church building in Margarita. clothes will be featured. White E-
The festival this year has been elephant Gift Shop management
extended to include a fish fry a- will be Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Mac-
long with the regular Texas-style Kenzie and Mrs. Geo N. Engelke.
barbecue which has filled patrons H. 0. Engelke, J. Blennerbasset
for the past couple of years. Ar- and Michael F. Greene are offer-
rangements have been made to ing 3000 prizes- on the midway.
serve 2000 meal this year. Flower arrangements, and potted
What kind of fish is served may plants are the responsibility of the
depend on the fishing about that Mesdames Eutace Lee. E. A. Cox
time, but the prime standing rib and R. A. Allan.
roast is fer sure. $1.00 for adults Other activities and their direc-
and 50 cents for children is the tors are-Tropical fish, Mrs. Per-
cost. cy Lawrance; cartoon movies, L.
Admission to the fair is free. It's J. Berithall; cakes. Mrs. Matilda
going to be quite some fair, too. Neely, Mrs. E. W. Millspaugh and
Even the Colon Bcmbero band is Mrs Earl C. Orr; fish pond, Mrs.
putting on a concert at s e v e n. H. J. Spilling- pony rides, Miss
There will be a carnival midway Mary Orr and foreign packages,
to delight the kiddies and plenty Mr. M. F. Greene.
of attractions for the oldsters, too, Mother Goose (Mrs. C. W.
aceeiding to the MCs, Mrs. Roy Lewis) will personally meet the
Rice and Travor Simons. children Mrs. Robert Thomas will
For the barbecue, the chief chief supervise the Woman's Auxiliary
is Sgt. A. B. Cooper. Arrangement booths.
and direction of the fish fry and Barbecue and fair proceeds will
barbecue is under Richard H. E- go to the building program of the
vans. Dr. S. J. Aycock has arrang- new Church of St, Margaret and
ed for four serving lines and with parish house to be erected soon in
the eats available at five o'clock, Margarita on a spacious let at the
says he can serve everyone in an corner of Espave and Brazos Bou-
hour or so. levard.
S One gimmick of considerable in- The committee says to tell eve-
terest -will be In the main h a Il ryone, "YOU ARE INVITED TO
where the Misses Helene deBoyrie The committee says to tell ev-
and Sandra Mctta and Dick Car- eryone., "YOU ARE INVITED TO
on, in traditional Panaman i a n! THE FAIR AND BARBECUE ON
costumes, will be hosts. THE 28TH."


An elevation of St. Marset C l h.r o _n to be eoatrueted In Margarrii, defined by
S' ,rak,Wblther.


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Ceekson's (Rev. Milton A.) proposed new church at Mgareia.


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,l n hto Ilenor's paintbox. we went alo on one of
O' a -et-Qut the kiddMes' Chrlstans paint ser folks, and


Elenor may smile, but this is serious business now, it says here
- getting those paints squeezed out of the tubes and mixed be-
fore that paper starts to dry, because when it Is, our artistic
goose is cooked. There's no starting over again in water color,
and that dry season sun up there is mighty efficient.


What esoer place eould them be to paint theB down by the railroad tracks?- Sittif on a nice,
coady steel rawd, sketeh pad la hahdl, lener squints to get the perspective on a possible scene,
mentally planning her ionposition.


Rough pketeh e pl E ans he, d mwig to a large sheet of water color paper
(handmade, of epurse, and use the rough side). This gives her a general idea of color areas.


The mornings work completed, ~enor picks up her impedi-
menta, and her newly completed paiting, and heads for home,
unable to resist an over-the-shoulder glance at another Inter-
esting view over Albrook way. Oh, well, Ilenor decides, I can
always paint tomorrow.


We made It! It's finished, and now we can relax. Note the difference between the scene
phegraphleamym and as an ~rtts imagintuaIn and ecomposltion sense reconstructs it. The
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