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of the aircraft car-
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o join the Seventh
orders in case of a
V. B. fotc In the
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NatiolUaE leaOe Ievy
Red ars. atlontt
unsuces al attempt .1g0
Seventh Fleet sent 'l.a
of the Tachen w as a
CHINESBE MWY ThASON t 0
diers on Formosa celebrate
parade throtih the streets
rubber masks d carry, pla
"Traitor M0 *tse-tuxwkng
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IOSA Nationlist Chinese sol-
Chinese New Year. During a
Talpel, soldiers on stilts wear
Is Jn Chinese .characters saying
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t rod -iFora p Ur i red States e n
Om' on war fo a k rf Cn shows the a' id Phe orm.'
gNUS wai warned ..oday. people ale tudB In s) 4 d _
tonal economic committee ound to resist C s t UNITED NA NS, Jan. 29 (UP) The
abiitesreird'sgoonofcan Mrn.. ed "aoNes.,
eea p or onguat I a pce the tionalUits and Cno each rejected a ceasefire
et a ut Cirm cn- Formosa art h Formosa today
tend its economic lead ooe Ru found lain in his New York apartment, Is shown ve in one end present hostilit the States add prmised to "Strike back with heavy b
a ihn the next 20 year. of Vh last pictures taken of him. Snger Betty Reed sits with area d h km-rcan U. S. Ar Forces "dare attack us."
twa warned that economy o ehit at a oew York nightclub t 1e at e
aeA r ty th re nation "to araenenhower's Formosa defense policy, and
r c uric arni o r vital teoa hath o w ." issiD.1 6 Chiang Kai-shek was expected srtly g
Rmttec sanid bt wrld tat States i lhe sigtl al which wil send the aUnited States Leventlrl
(U r economic. coBt t*undto resist C Japt ese ro; h NationalT C arIdNS theN rY.,Ja "9"( "' "
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have force? I a-se he dsto ath trouble s ater aon Th ia t
oakft "he ext ofc onmer ne a Com[ step to d t ehe Reds re ted the ideaec of a United Nati
t itelr can o. been mar tr(nisul ro' ormos nato a rye r h e r
"Itae also predict~thatthhe asa te rl g l Beut "a in mal ol then t Nte io-h '
ba Stateswllvfk, burt gh t ex- M i NU F OUD M.D-- r e 'e Rub tel.n whU was port i aCU 6 allerho loosed uano ort rta e against the Uh
Tnie economic lad wovaeRu- -foundS lan in his New York apartent.ow veInove neendpe t. lqStatesen rmsad seidto" St Flkeback wt m heavy b o T
ceaingotr New York ghtclub. Inc i T C .
sthe e l. e rea c a e o the unbeNtooasr and a ngoedcbire.
net crrtcan n i s f a e n eta t for dents h en edhoseer s F ormot h e t oe drsice o ann a
miita c r e g a cti nesa ea" _aiah o mp .. ,' '
e sa the Mwaanedaprove wSat e s9 "traeissin oiChiang sai -shek was exopecn t i edh eaoate u
c rm n-- t s teray t he urd tert w ornrne r itin& edb-Ches rel hiuna beK '.
y democracy can be held Jt votec ae to baes arTe d i wlr l solierd t Tae- tbeaUed Natialis
The see Nrole it reghn tioamoCaw" 'gdrthe risn foSaens 1
TFp St- t Departcens affitls tl o- e orinu but of easwea
A U..Arltc ILsan gave's a lar es to ndan eo to -e auchd "t n11 a9
bay during the initial stage 6 o -o .
awar ba tpit stho Uig the trouble Cat aound Tch island to evu
oan yirchtoat ta i tohsie situation a metins rldih an hincak&sf
iwtkwr economy. ed force fica tt n thbe Nationalist garrison Aere.
The aise a rchuse sa has bee atn cah- e.'d a uara But in t "trms quall e violent, both the Nationvler &n .i ,i
cedtola ng on "military P p eso-ueo dCc e ar po e it hrn igerdthoerode of iveU "hedoNt1
tho n at the expense of consumer o e en se ay t he o ur te these Res eelic tei-v tion throbd- of Cn a Unied
"oods, the report declared, "the vas"on.., "- ,"
d0vaet bloc ctan.bri n.get lld fe lareu d the au in arranged co nfiren." .RH a dea Chl a
c fresadily t whecan the clandes cMondayoul be a. ", Jn lt' i d nto*r s o-tri rof l ant a sn hek aondn a ti s U .
The economeiYJ I tudye awde maden.l2 q meed oiap el oo e Theret re red t the tee oaolnnaro '
Roo) d- Ame foric tw gav mesge em Japanesedeofor ..gn Nationalirost China had-the oprt' at'iin in. w eih -ts
tresearwers ,gul thedi b~roket- un Tud "IhateltII^K-y^^ bT heapprovn mosa and said "vs Seventh Fileet is to evacuaoen r
a thesrcrs of ther c re ss" N e ope meionteo ad.r b iemo u m-to a a tetTetrml b, to liberate Tal-b elea guered Nat lon slt f it o
c he e rl i n o tll t e O hole l rt t s oinsu hvd s ,tr n tror f atirnea oe a frehti a anne S ofMe e
hpMeaved en na udy, andrctic the Nwayk tifyh he was a r i f ell in (Formo. garrionrom Tachens
"lack frot wsin sarit d r t mu cnl ner overd i n fors-toseebtad teela-s Cde, theymun it pounds s'ib
mast Aoril ot fr the porm- pThte Deipatmno tay hefriefiacialso thoh opefor hscpce ac oierr
saidthe planes returefi e to ther D nlei so gave'ur wser smsla messelto Indiaeffotstobelanciedatan 11aC.
bea at wTe t l ie Nati s reiteate Landing craft will move
1-e b i e fte d' 85 to 3, a fa eactoni.e v si at a t oe e M us o
pn on istreution fro Bd SuicidesnD wasmdtimesbto hav toeeetin w o teiana irrstsle Itu Red
theceandictLife SavringlAnd ut chr e Comu tprobing and Then teps toft b n st an u tlrd t 1m
Thek PlAh~ir g F or d.m h.e mA6Abars.O E fl *u y prl o g n a t i tm. CHCA O Jan.s 29 CUPa,
orrouofross the' -aner us nD en n othe r
mh"bak Srot beOtwe Ihln an coThistjy to mhAkBe cairtho t os deMOCIr ion- d o n
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srvivor oe eit hr craft.T was decov dStateaehnhostertoInvitny ae a conaemoob di d o nresaroutr ra5 lp div w r aeflan t
T he R rio aDLells d this ase b rancena to to tstta he saieh abeo ind tmlk lfinud nir a pnus, Tlne esie oa
Al An nJsd Ma ^dSadao It- ..borito give "hot p
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ithe sea lw a rl sed a wtn cos Ke he n thi e a o dexm p o roffcialersst would be e. sr ia
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Io neo add t oh F s o nn which htes 4her mnmln J ace s men- di, 'Mberi e in for a cow oerenbre.o- a lduei at od. Nmt.
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crewman misesin revd r to H oUSE OF A police laboratory truck stands outside assurh S mohis country of con- mainland by foreg S
have been capield eoArctic the New York ity house where S iner dgge Rubinstein wae foud tnued anese support, despitedo way the Reds tokit.
"black frost In the tr se murdered In his bedroom on thetrd floor.Toa intent.
h "etwrhoth o PRIRednChina.tad. did ,P -o -1lte
toff Iceland. g e u e e a nd ah ba e Wali o de n knewmor a bgt ther- y Qen r th.i ey c on.
A. U.S.Awt- Force tokesman. Pof t e a c Jh Lmonhs da efforts to be launhesed at an thneabu f coeneaus seOPs thK
Meaird the a n es returned to their anla redulay finrora t urne davue r t wi g o th Mrs. ton hroad,
bke iat Keflavik, buta, ishts n id-l L. A TO t SA N o te M sa tionstBepdutrpleyw .Aft', wld
sne their search tomw, de- was said ie a he aner to have told a t-a meeting which 1 oenhinaIs n o
pending on itstrauctleons fromi sg in hki inoi esomneStehofficialtrwithatght-a no, t
n-o addition, champions were
the Icelandic Life.Sav Assn. e l l mn ae e Communist probing and The test of the a feinese stand
eThe Air Force sA16 ARatross aBacon He d Brecsh aA about "liberating" may come at any.i CHICAGO, Janw9 (
India Red China, Jpan.da Monday committeand started a The dtked ne ed in the Russian newspaper P are the first pr of sad
nce, Itl nd w er of n f the gon t. It cold lead to the atomic oer taton ntom claims to have had operaton want toto
survivors of either craft. ev ta newl y ha l o f e in He had shot himself behind the
wopered "Lock" asidayntiftiab lhek bank ofr waldch he wag s a right ear with a .22 rifle. doirh long s b or
s whos nwth had chekystofa trcas- nteadShe hod rgan "wef
feared wrom enryesterday Tihur, d,.o.hmoetan, Sobat-nationalb ane-indthe becankand s itwas t"eprttT erfih ganisato is btakh
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vesselos k who s iename bleginwth ,r heandhiae.ynfaeilau slim sa i. o
lather countries o both de of~be ame in Tuesday Faure's reignalso as nuAmber for the past seven months. Top photo, according to saWda, WHI M.
Sthe Iron Curtan have also ex- o and an examiner call- two man in Prei Perrmen. shcws an employee sitting at the control panel of the 5o001 kilo b know
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By NORMAN s8UT
iEW YORK, Jan. 29 (UP)-The
vastness of the American eultur-
al lcene--in the artistic as wetl
as the geographical sense-makes
it almost Impossible for any com-
mentator on the arts here to cov-
er more than a small fraction of
what is going on. But I must plead
guilty to having overlooked one
of the most stfmulatind aidpre
cious of our cultural Iesodrces-
Anyone who has attended any
of our museums is quite fami-
liar, with the attention paid to chil.
dren's art programs. But it came
as a pleasant surprise 'the ooer
day to learn of a museum, over
half a century old, devote ezclu-
sively to children. This ompted
me to do some research that has
taught me aome Interesting and
The first children's museum in
the United States-the one men-
aetee ateress the
( oblished in
A al -Institute of
Arts and Sciences, this children's
museum has expanded to the
olny where it Is .now considered
one of the nation's ieadssilgrtirn
tons in the field of f
At this treasie'.bous+of arts,
crafts and nature, boys. a5d
from the age of four to their
ly teens are abeto increase th
knowledge and to develop their t
ents through Instruction Oad fail
cities beyond tho avl able b
pleasures of art, k e wud 1 i-
tare and the ceplexities of
science-explained to them in
practical visual tems.
There ate stuled a finals, just
as In many useums of natural
history, but thaor are also living
creatures which the children can
forndle and study. Similarly, this
art center *ea Medtle usual
disp lay* o1bh-o muum
of science shd dfnaiuy by having
a workroom where the youngsters
can experiment for themselves on
the things they hav just seen and
been told about.
Examining the strange and eolbr
ful constumei of foreign lands is
a fine way. ft -children to begin
to understand and appreciate the
problems and customs of 9 t h e r
peoples. But it Is even better when
the youngsters can clothe them-
selves In the splendid robes of a
Chinese mandarin of the brilliant
headress of an Ameriejp Indian
chief, as this museum permits the
A similar technique is used to
Itrest and instruct the youngsters
n history and food citizenship. Vi-
tal events in American mid world
history are depicted by museum
staff members in memorable de.
tall that the children carry away
with them a clear, never-to-be.
forgotte n lesson.
s2oees of f l re~ba
experiment we it we eriled
emulatiM elsewhere. Up la Eart
fead, CeIae .tkhere h a am-
gar chfweu museum.
One of the ma*i rooms is curs
rently devoted to a display of A-
merican Indian objets. Here th
boys pd girl can see bow thi
couty's earliest inhabitants made
pottery leather jackets, beaded
vests, mahawks, bows and ar-
rows, silver ornaments and fthe
Another room In the Hartford
center contains what is probably
the world's largest del e
tino. Here I maw
bom am ple-
wax, andi eads,
others-Sade from caon s
ad other uu
Most Impr we a siothr ex.
hibit wieh showed early musical
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cdI realiae how Isapetant It it
for sI to wark together harule*
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"Group projects such as mak=n
murals, stage settings or costumes,
o planning the layout and Ilul-
tsoons for a yearbook, all call
for a large amount of interaction,"
D'Amico says. "The arts, there-
fore, offer an excile opptuni
ty for developing ldeble of demo-
cratic living in. day-by-day prae
But just as Imortant is the
task of sale
dividuals who are s stivoeM
to the per$" a l tiags lo i thir
envlrei-at. Ii 6 lm of taw
as thew a lear
make e et fflateriali
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But the Jonacl
of the you
on a, usieqsne cultu
pursuits a psnt of atn i
little oo for -a-h
year 0Al that meets awee
These clas work so-cal
To get bait ar,
tablshed museums O ir
cial art programs for children
is just about standard practice
most of them to have art app
t4.n, instruction and workshop
ses for children, even for
moppets whose main method
"artistic" expression is to dip .tl
bh into aPa tf
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3 R -s$1.95
White Rayon 26 S1.85
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FIRST QUALfTY aOOm.
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craftsmen, and the Worcester Musetm' exhl- and on the bll. e ioeim.en xt. i
the ia~a from a. bit of the work of Ma.s.dhuaettu de e t -th.
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a devotedtto the o recas 9 e rI t g a
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has enab him to uuilae even
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deesseos r4 has co e t for t ims dreaimtope r s lthe
rs aorto. e r au dacious" d. colit, s f" o ev r au esr..th.
dt to. ?..adapted from the .de.yle g.dg
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BUICK, 4-dor Sedan, 1955
I HVROLET, 4sdoor Sedan, 955
I OPEL OLYMPIA RECORD, 1955
Allyou havp to do is take part in LUCKY
STRIKE'S rand Contest based on the drawing
o of the National Lottery on June 19, 195. Save
OIEVROLTF, 4-dSr WSJ, 19WSS
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your empty packs of LUCKY STRIKES; in, exchange
for every 20 packs, you, get one certificate
and one chance to win.
OPEL OLYMIA Rl, 1M5
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CON. DEL PUEBLO San Cartel
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TEOFILO REAL Aguaduce
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CASA LA ESTRELLA Suilago
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B A PRECIADO 7 Street No. s
i ON 4th of July Ave. J SL.
9 PFOTO DOMY
. Jiuto AroaemSna Ae. and 33 St.
LOURDES PH~ ~4Ci
1 2 La Carr ullua
Central Ave. 14o
FARMACIA EL BATUBRO
No. 3 Lottery Plaza
Fourth of July Ave.
S OR OUR OFFICES AT 57 "H- STREET, PANAA
Agenda InternaL ds Pubfealoneu FAWHQIA: B waBM
FARMACIA LUX FAM
Parque Lefevre 7 Suret
LEWIS SERVICE I 0I" MI t ANOq
160 Central Ave. aJ Pe, ede. l Ave. No. el
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Sit ou HIe a
Ju&of A veu N 16.
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WE BUY LIMITED
FCsee se the
tadl Wife's- igge As-
been fortunate, but
set is each other." The
J l of himself and hiW
words t lua ben mir-'
words are true of any
a hasbhad and
qeil' i their biggest ts-
m an draw courage
fothe when courage is
to face a blow.
, ame offer the other securt-
security of knowing that
ena person in the world
i always stand by,
offer the other corn-
"my af xs kind
Ip thaf -devek_
between husband and
offer the other under-
k kind f understand.
possible only whet fwe
eaeh other as they
over the 9ther the o
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L .AL '..'
FOR SALE: Venetian blinds
60 x 52 inches plus odd sizes,
lawn mower, pair bracket lamps.
House 610-X; Mindi Street, near
Balboa Heights gasoline station.
FOR SALE:-60-cycle Westing-
house refrigerator, 9-ft., "Frost-
Free" with freezer chest. In ex-
cellent condition. May be seen at
1510- A Calabash St. (Govilan
Area) Balboa. Phone 2-2654.
FOR SALE: A.B.C. automatic
washer. 6D-cycle console model,
like ,new, used one year. Rous-
sebu'RBA. Phone Navy 25-3169.
FOR SALE: Cheap. Kitchen
chadhi S; V Rottan chairs $10;
fabled 10;. bpokstond $3; desk
$15 5 Icebox $75.'Ancon 2-1404.
FOR SALE:- Deepfreeze, vene-
tian blinds, grinder work bench,
mahogany beds with Beautyrest
mattresses and other furniture,
all duty paid. Phone Kelly, Cris-
FOR SALE: Rattan furniture,
household goods, electric atde*,
Refrigerator. Tel. Curundu 3286.
FOR SALE: Living room set,
camphor chest, studio couch.
Must sell before Tuesday. Estu.
dionte Street 14-48, Apt. 12.
FOR SALE: Zenith 2J" T.V.
Console, automatic washer and
radio phonograph, combat Phone
FOR SALE: Cushman Scooter.
Husky, two- speed transmisiien.
A-I condition. Reasonable. Fort
Kobbe; Qtrs. 126-A. Phone 84-
EURq J. woman with experi-
en"e ahf6 rWerites, desires posi-
tion as housekeeper for working g
couple or bachelors. Balboa 2-
NEW SPANISH CLASSES
Start February 3rd. Monday and
Thursday. Beginners 5 p.m., In-
termediates 6 p.m.. Advanced 7
p.m. Also Special Morning Class-
es (30 lessons), MondoeilTtes-.
days, Thursdays---St r-F.ruab
In t ReglJterat Bt ,MCA-
4U,$.O. P 2-2U839 l .aw.L,,P'i
AT AGENCIES COSMOS, Auto
Row No. 29, Panama, we have
for immediate delivery German
Fords in all types a n d models
Phone 2-4721 Panama.
SATTENTION auto owners:-We
h a v e for immediate shipment
1955 Models Ford Victoria
Coupe, Mainline Fordors, Cus-
tomline Fordors, 8-possenger Sta-
tion Wagons with Fordomoatic.
Agencies Cosmos, Phone 1625
Colon, Melendez Ave. and 16th
Street-Your Friendly Ford Deal-
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FOR SALE:- 1950 Plymouth De-
luxe 2-dr. Sedan. Beautifully re-
finished in "Lombswool Cream."
New rubber. Step into new car
value instead of castoff trouble,-
$750. Phone Gatun 5-579.
FOR SALE:-1953 Ford Sedan.
Two-tone green, w/s/w, turn sig-
nals, excellent. Panama 3-0321.
FOR SALE:--1949 Packard Se-
dan, Overdrive, radio, heater, new
w/w tires, clean, excellent condi-
tion. Phone 5-403.
FOR SALE :--947 Oldsmobile 4.
door Sedan. Radio, fine condi-
tion $450. Phone Balboa 2-3770.
FOR SALE:- 1954 Sunbeam Al-
pine Spout Car. New car condi-
tion, rodio, white wall tires. Phone
Albrook 3190 or 5144.
FOR SALE:-1941 Ford De Luxe
Coupe, good condition, excellent
transportation $175. B a lboa
FOR SALE:-1947 Dodge Tudor,
$350; female Doberman Pinsch-
er, 2 years. Navy 2238.
FOR SALE:-1954 Ford Pickup,
% ton., 5 months use, 4000
miles only, as new. Apply Ciao.
Istmeio de Plomeria, S.A. Phone
FOR SALE:- 1951 Ford Conver-
tible. New top, white sidewall
tires, excellent condition. Phone
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:-1953 5-hp. John-
son outboard motor $125. Phone
5-453, Glun. .
FOR SALE: 12-ft. boot with
7!',--hp. motor, trailer and boat
accessories. 2507-B, Cocoli.
'HEN SCORS A STRIKE-That's not a bowling pin that Tommy
Zle#pski, orfWead Springfield, Mass., is holding. It's an odd-
shaped egg foundIn a hen's nest. When opened the egg contained
... small .olk and a normal amount of albumen. _
Hazel Engel (just returned) and
e... Tr"a,. expert stylists, of
Genell's Cocoli Beauty Shop, will
mold those straggly locks to your
most flattering hairdo. Navy
FOR SALE:-Limited quantity 9
cubic ft. Firestone, slightly used
refrigertors. For quick sale. Bar-
gain price, On display at FIRE-
STONE, Automobile Row.'
FOR SALE:-Heavy duty trailer,
with new tires, $150. Call Pan-
/ ama 3-2845.
r FOR SALE |
FOR SALE:-Due to trip, chalet:
2 bedrooms, 1 room, 2 both-
rooms, living-dining room, kitch-
en, garage, porch, laundry room.
Srnesto Lefevre Avenue No. 86.
FOR SALE:-Commercial corner
lot suitable for any business, very
good location, 1475 meters, and
one lot with 3 bedroom house
and 2 smaller houses, 969 me-
ters. Very good investment. Will
pay for itself in 6 years. Lxoated
Via Espaoro, across from Meroo-
do Boturro and Rio Theater.
Write Box 401, Ancon, C.Z.
FOR SALE:-3-bedroom house,
living room, dining room, porch,,
garage, at Los Cumbres, Boyaco
Street, Andes Sur.
FOR SALE: Farm, 6 hectares
plain. 15 miles from capital with
two-floor chalet, fruits, well, riv-
er. Post office Box 1037, Ancon.
ess to take care of 21/2-yeor.old
child. Must speak English and
have good background. Phone
'Gromllch'a s Stta ure aBeach
Cottages. Modem convmlences.
moderate rates. Phone Gamboa
FOSTER'S COTTAGES, one mile
past Santa Clara. Low rates.-
PhoQe Balboa 1866.
WILLIAMS' Santa Clara Beach
2-bedrpem. Phone Balboa 3050.
Phill/lp Oceanside c ottages,..
Santa Clarq, Box 435, Balboa.
Phene Panama 3-4877, Cristo-
(I FO RENT
FOR RENT:-Small chalet: liv-
ing-dining room, kitchen, bed-
room. Suitable for one or two
persons. Inquire 50th Street No.
FOR RENT:-Furnished or un-
furnished chalet, two bedrooms.
More information at Betania No.
304, 4 ,to 7 p. m
FOR RENT:-Furnished chalet, 2
bedrooms, living dining r oo m,I
kitchen (stove refrigerator), ga-
rage,Jarden. San Francisco de ola
Caleto, 18th Street No. 8.
i fOR RENT
ATTrINION G.I.! Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water. Tel.
FOR RENT:-Furnished and un-
furnis4ed 2 & 4-bedroom apart-
ments. Contact Alhambro Apart-
-ternt,.l4Oth Street. Phone 1386,
k FOR RENT i
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FOR RENT:--eautifully furnish-
ed room, double couch, refrigero-
tor, kitchen cabinet, stove, bath
and private entrance. 52nd Street
No. 3. Phone 3-0638.
FOR RENT:-Furnished room to
gentleman, good customs, in fam-
ily residence. Phone 3-3658.f
All Tire Sizes
(Just below El baecho)
FOR NT:- Furnished oport-
ment:'` bedrooms, living room,
dining .om, porch, 2 bathrooms.
S48tr SFeet No. 27, Bella Vista.
FOR RENT:- 1-bedroom aport-
fmiet *frn Ave. Peru, facing the
pork;rNo. 57. Avaoiable Feb. 1.
FOR RENT:- Modern two-bed-
room apartment. Cold and tiot'
water system, in El Cangrejo For
f nforrooyn .Phone
.X r 3-4282. .
FOR RENT:-Fumished, 2 bed-
room apartment, Campo Alegre,
Manuel Maria lcaza Street. For
Jnformotion phone 3-0985.
FOR RENT:-1-bedroom apart-
ment with small kitchen & bath-
room, in Exposition Grounds. See
Fabrega personally at East 29th
.Street No. 18, rear "Mercodo
Vasco," 10 to, 12 noon and 3 to
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
ments, one and two bedrooms,
$60. Via Porras No. 101. Phone
FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartment. Peru Ave. No. 23.
Phone 2-07"10 or 3-1177.
WILLIAM J. JERNICK, Grand Exalted Ruler of
official visit to Blks Lodges on the Canal. Zone,
H. 0. Paxmon. Jerniek, who is seated bsid eyl
linan, a former Grand Exalted Ruler Seated fi
Exalted Ruler of Elks Lodge 1414, Balboa; Hallin
Canal Zone, Jernick and Seybold. Standing are
Cristobal and Harold Zlerten, assistant princli
Pretty Coed Fhs
To Paris To Mnt
PARIS, Jan. 29 (UP)-A cind-
erella coed from Illinois flew
in today on a prinee*charming
Pretty Joann Stork, 20, wing-
ed in from New York en route
to Monaco where she hopes to
meet wealthy, wifeles Prince
Rainier IU so she can "tell the
girls back in Illinois what a real
prince is like."
Rainier, 31, is one of the
world's most eligible bachelors -
and unless he marries his throne
will die with him.
But Joann denied she had any
"I couldn't think of any other
princes," she said. -
Wearing a pair of mink ear-
rings, and clutching a hatbox,
Joann, a, junior-..at-,the. Univer-
sity of Illinois, stepped off a
Transworld airlines plane at
Orly Field this morning.
She planned to go on to Nice
later in the day to try to meet
the handsome prince whI ose
worried snbjects are afraid he
will die unmarried.
If he does, his. postage-stamp
principality with It$ lush play-
round of 14ont%,Carlo will pao
The shapely wn-W 6^1
gaily told report h q &
been practIng Wo v i
before royalty, bit Ad ite l.e
was not sftre if she wozild be, able
to meet the mililionaire Mrce.
"I read in. a magazine.thtrthe
prince likes. Arnerlcakf ll.rJie
said, "so I wrote him a formal
letter and hope I can meet him."
AMERICAN COUPLE, with child, Mos
desire vacation quarters immedi-S ign
lately, on Pacific side. Excellent dell
references. Tel. Gamboa 6-291 Ichi
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY Ifotr
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service
8.. "LOVLAND" ................................ Jan.
S.S. "MAJORKA" ................................. Feb.
*S.S. ".IBU 'RAS" ................................Feb.
*S.S. "TAQU ................................... Feb.
S.S. "AVN .R ................................ Feb.
S.S. UIB ................................ Feb.
B.S. "MAIELIA" ............................... March
*eaAding Rerigerated Chilled and General Cargo
New York Service
S.S. "HEREDIA" .................................Jan. 31
S.S. "BYFJORD" ................................ Feb. 5
S.S. "JUNIOR" .................................... Feb. 7
8.S. "MATAURA" .................................Feb. 7
S.S. "MAFALDA" .................................. 12
S.S. "FRABERLANGA" ............................ Feb. 14
S.S. "VINDEGGKN" ..............................Feb. 20
8.8. 'COMATAGUA' .............................. Feb. 31
Weekly uif s of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New -OriMs, Los Aseles, San Fracc
ue at a gathering of the Missouri rders
InOe m In St. Joaeph. They were up for sale at the .eting.
Of te of t rgest cattle sale in the U. 8. .
Speciarou tr s from Cristbal to New
York, Los Aangel San frauc-aa gMi Sd t. ..,
To New York ......................240.00
To Los Anplq and .San Franoi ;
To Seattle ...................... 36 .
BUCK FEVER SAVES A DOE
By WARVRN PAGE
e Shooeti adlhor
THERE'8 a sequel to the tale
of the unehivalrous whitetail buck
which was told ia this apace a
few days ago. Osly this story Is
not on a mighty hunter who ad-
mitted he knew all the answers.
It's on me and I'm beginning
to wonder if I knuw any of eman
I had been shetigating a! big
burn, traversed by deer trails
galore, up at Ra3 Willard's ulee
in Maine, a huntg camp la8 t
middle of a huge lumber -coQ-
pany tract that offers as Sa"
whitetail hunting is a man.aould
..Nothing was showing onA the
burn that morning so I hit back
through the timber to whexp my
extra jacket and lunch were
cached. Halfway ck,- -he rd a afterlady der, even thouh the
deer coming my, o run,i motives rmay be, a'bit more praie-
so fthy tlur e itse W1men in-
s o I f r o z e .a( W .t t o f m e n
Now at that seo, n, theh n
of November, I th
in thd yicinty, of '.6.eIs e. Um Band
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
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lit :l1, S :I. VA, 9:1 p.r n
,- A DAY IN L~,E OF A
Seleue Ina noramlc Seeen I
"RAILS INTO LARAMIE"'
with JTe Plae Mary B lamhalr
w it DAN DVwno.
vub HOWAR9 Dt
S'C- I I 3 ,
s'8 oD W
I1 .- I..m.
The mI ern Mohammedan Kardar adyhas a wms and a
wives mit Karachi have napMped out 3-year-ld on a WLore.
a aaip for the pr oled bat- Atho i ,of tenAPWA
tie to out the right for men leaders would comment on thee
to mary .more than one wife. marriages, many of Karachs be-
SA o-kesman for the Al Paokis- gts (Wives) denounced them.
tan Vomaps Associations (AP- Begume Sarwarl Irfanillah, Ka-
WA told the Unted Press that r tbi municipal councillor and
legal advice was being sought to p aident of te Karachi Muslim,
curb "th is social evil. ague, said she was opposed to
IItd tft --e moyW 4voke. ti idea of paSbady. She said,
I-i ."- -Begum a' A. -Ah- the .s b .d ma goe "was a great
mad ,wife of the retryy to the cruelty to he first wife. ,
I -t of. Interior-flredthe first "You ca t feel the sentiments
s Iti for eating oi a mard woman who nmst
ov er 01i s a y itr ee h ldsr t as a wife with an-
sand detvingi wonr. As their other woman," Begum Sarwari
Sleglr .f rights a4lowd them n- ,
der the laws of Islam and civilized
iu oi She appealed to women to "de-i
%q' astic reform in bat attempts at polygamous mar-
to ring us on ages by refusing to marry men
-iv-~bgad countries. who are already married. '
:aiest polygamy Dr. Begum Zainta Abdullan, a
Iiwkg learned that o mciUlor cf thE Karachi Corpora-
ters and a popu- tion, lent her full support to the'
lee cricketeer had bill in the Punjab. Assembly given I
take eco Wves. nodeice of by Begum Tassaduq Bis-
Maj. Iander Mirza, rmin- sein to check polygamy.
peeently marrieds & bgum AdullaJb a.. practicilgd
mention of this physician, said she knew of cases
the press but where the first wife who ha no
bout the mnar- chiklren had persuL4ed he r us-
. A b#Ad to marry a second tine. The,
/'At' .1 1 mkister cf wives lived happily and "me first
-to bring in bringing up the letters chil-
n .couple Two well known Mohammedani
the airport religious leaders hastily put. iap,
t O pera omitted defense for the men against ths
'th fe was his unfair onslaught by the fair sex.
'. m. d ." rdar s"These women are talking non j
e, A.H. 11 ardar sense, oe of them said.
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"Bu if we get married right away, who'll take
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NEW YORK (UP) The
high excitement over Marian An-
derson's debut at the Metropolitan
Opera obscured the over-all per-
fection of the production in which
she had a part.
Verdi's "The Masked Ball" be.
comes one of his major operas
only when singers and conductors
penetrate to its rich vein cf emo-
tion and drama, and this vein is
not on or 'near the surface.
Dimitri Mitropoulos' work with
the orchestra was a revelation of
continuous beasties. Were "The
Masked Ball" always conducted
by a Mitrepoulos. it probably
would rival "La Traviata" and
"Rigoletto" in popularity, if, in
addition, it were always staged
by a Herbert Graf, and if the
patts of mIccardo, Renato, and
Amelia which are the vital ones.
- Were always sung by a Rich.
ard Tucker, a Leonard Warren,
and a Zinka Milanov.
Miss Anderson, in her second.
ary role, contributed her prepor.
tionate share to an outstanding
artistic success. One noticed that
her style is not the "bel canto"
style employed by the other sing-
ers. and which is the style of the
Italian wing of any operatic rep-
That isn't too important, except
to purists, but the purists in
varying degrees of purity are
a powerful force in the world of
opera. From any realistic view-
point, Miss Anderson's portrayal
of the witch was awesomely spine.
tingling, as the composer intend-
ed. -Delos Smith
MIBEIS, France (UP) -
Henri Germain, president of the
Rheims football team, returned
from matches in Russia to report
that te Soviets are now making
their own ohampalge. They call u
cobetekoe Illamlahckoe, but Ger-
main called it "Horrible!-A very
poor quality of sparkling wine."
French law states that the only
wine that can be called "cham-
pagne" must come from grapes
grown in the Champagne district
of France and must be made from
these grapes'in a very specific
According to Germain, the Rus.
sians like their wine sweet and
Have loaded their "Champagne"
with from iVe to 10 per cent of
sweet yrp. This news wa enough
to care the authorities in this
Champiane capital of the world
to shudder with horror. The
French, and most American con-
noisseurs,, feel champagne is best
wb a 'Obrut," or very dry.
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FAIRBANKS -(UP)- All of Al-
aska will be the scene of increased
scientific activity during the next
"geophysical year," 1957-58, ac-
cording to Dr.' C. T. E'lvey, direc-
tor of the University of Alaska
Back in 1882-83, scientists start.
ed the first "polar year." As part
of the prqgrapt an expedition was
sent to Polint Barrow, It was de-
cided to have a polar year every
The second such study was in
1932-33 at' which time Fairbanks
became a major center fot the
work. Due to rapid advances, made
in science, Jt was decided fo step
Sr. f up the interval 25 years, widen the
S. ., studies to embrace many fields of
.tRUCK WITH MANY USES---This is a drawing science and rename the. period
expmarfrental truck created by General Motork i DDetroit. 'Dr. obah t year.pmn is'
C oseLdelivery truck, with a 180-ho rsePq w engine, professor of Ageophysics a the Un.
emcee L'UniversOlje." According to company officials varsity -of-A---- ad.isor s -
-.1...,. -nk" ---' !vrly-l#ila*, advisory scien-
hUL be converted into a bus, taxi, station wagon or sports- tific directory for the institute, is
Scar. It Ls ten inches lower and ten inches shorter than I president of the special committee
pht panel delikeiv trucks, yet kva greater capacity. A pano- for the next geophysical year. The
SVirdnishield is one of the. many passenger features of the committee' is composed of the rep-
Part of truck's side. background, can be opened for loading. resentatives of 35 nations, include.
S.Ing the U.S.S.R.
SHOWING AT YOUR SERVICE
_ _ENT THUN TRS TODAY
b talsb24. 2:30,6:15, 8:0 0 1ro Miguel 2*30 7:09
SJoan LSLIE s Cartoon Show!
-0 Joan LESLE Tues. "Pranemp of The Nile"
"FLIGHT NURSE" AMBOA 7:00
,, "AFRICA ADVENTURE"
Mon. "ASSIGNMENT-PARIS" Tues. LIGHTT NURSE"
6 A T U N' Burt ANCASTER* Jean PETERS
u- 7ON "APACHE" Technicolor!
Tuesd4!'"FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS"
mnarita 2:30,'6:15, 0
0 SON st. o "s
. "1or Whom The B1*1 Tolls
Cristdbal 1:00, 5:00, 8s10
Also Showing MONDAY!
S .. .'. ` 6:40 -8:45
LACK $~HI FI
U OFAWOFH c" Sy
TONY CURTIS JA ET LIG.GH'
-DAVY FARRARI ARBAtA RRU SK
The plan Is to 'coordinate all
programs and areas.,There will be
more than a 'do'ion nations in Al-
aska, including the university 'and
two nearby stations: Big Delta,
McKinley Parkl Barrow, eff the
Arctic coast. ear the Canadian
border Fort 'Yukon, Northwav,
Sheen Mountain, Anchorage, Bris-
tol Bay, K0ak, Adak, Nome, Sit-
ka and pos bly Mt. Wrangell. In
each case use will be made of the
The world-wide project will cost
around $100.000,000, with the Uni-
ted States being asked to put up
Some of the topics for study will
include the use of radar for. the
aurora, magnetic storms, a mete-
orological study cf the general cir-
culations of the atmosphere which
will involve a station near the
Nor0 Pole, radio wave provaga-
tion, cosmic ravs and the relation
of solar ,activity to the earth's
phenomena among others..
Tu esday at the-
A-, **.y' *
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The sumptuous halls of Malmai'son reflect the gaiery of Paris during the days of Napoleon's greatest glory in.20th dncury Fox's *4,0060,dO0 6ip
maScope production which opens on Tuesday at the Bella Vista Theatre. It is here as it was in history that many of the drazihatir incidents that were- to ni#
fluence the destinies of men found their beginnings.' In the scene above, Merle Oberon as :Josephine Bonaparte welcomes Cameron Mitchell and Elizabeth
Sellars who portray Joseph and Julie Bonaparte. In the background, Michael Rennie, as Gpneral Bernadotte begins: his strategy to out-meaneuverlMara1l .,
Brando as Napoleon in the affection of Jean Simmons, the film's DESIREE." Produced by Julian Baustein in color by De Luxe and directed by' HeI '"
Koster, this CinemaScope romance is based an Annmarie Selinko's Intesnational best-seller. ___
Agencies Probe Ri
Of Pierto Ricans
MIAMI, Fla. (UP) Six
agencies are at work to see that
Puerto Rican seasonal farm la-
borers who come to Florida don't
go home brcke in the future.
Charge were made last year
that labor camp owners lured
hundreds of Puerto Ricans here
then let them work only until
they had paid off the heavy debt
they had incurred in travel ex,
"''Camp leaders were accused of
profiting on the workers' air pas.
age and their board and room
.awaiting jobs. A, soon as
Sro frs made enough to pay
de0iede ,'they were turned out
S make room ,for new impor-
~ -, t t i o n s ." ,
CAM'TIONED--Career a Amcng the agencies Investigat-
AP15n- 8: MP O DIn the "wildcat" importation of
GO!" "HELL Ol Dpnald Heath is report laor are 'the Pderto Rican Gov-
In linq os the next U. S. am Ornment, Florida's state attor-
bassador. to L.ebanon. He for ney's office, and the Civil Aero-
i merely served as U. S. ambassa- nautics Authority.
; dor t9 Indo-China.
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Beauty preparations for the face should be picked for your ape. iStimnulatUo (center) should be done with a.,a I
cific type of skin. For cleansing (left), use a salon cold cream or normal, dry, thin or sensitive skil, an Mi t f6
a normal skin, a dry-skin cleanser for dry skin, a liquefying oily skin. Lubrication (right) is for dry or normal skin and
cleansing cream or oily skin Don't forget your throat, too. should be left on overnight f possible, for extra slftlne. *
By ALICIA HART smear of that on her face. She selected, not grabbed. Each skin ls tions. starting at the base of the
spends hours at bedtime to pro- a little different from the other throat and working., up ont(, the
MOST women fuss off and on auce a result that's something out atd all preparations won't do.for. face.
er their skins. But in the heat of a grade-D, horror show. And all skins. -- Ater this, apply a skin ltion.
summer and the bluster of i at the end of the three"days, ex- The three are: A 'cleansing A mild ona is for normal 'dry,
nter, all women get the wor- haunted, she decides nature's best cream, a skin lotion and a lubri- thin or sensitive skin, A nore
es about what's happening to after all and throws all the bottles, eating cream. astringent oe Is for 6ily skl.,
eir faces. .ars, and tubes in the incinerator. Apply it wi a piee of .cotton
Por in these- two- debilitating NAture is fine, but she just isn't -Pick by your skin type. If and then p't briskly,-all .A v er
asons, every skin starts to look adequate to the conditions we you're not sure which you are, your throat and face.
little. sknti A Htflp .P_f ^--.._r_ L__ ho_ r t &ftk thp tra v_1 l ; t th l h ula
aI uisti opworn. A u.peel- orce upo n ier-steam eatii, ci ty asK eic Lranea gi-i iat t B g al
ing here, a blotch there; dirt and grit, colds; the variety of soap'Lmcounter. For a young or normal A lubricag cream is o- for.
problems. And the average worn- detergents and blesahes almo 4kin, the cleaning cream should mal or dr%. skin. It prvuants
Ian goes out in a rush of guilt ever womah dabbles In., be a salon cold cream. If your flakiness -andchapplqg. It helps
over her neglect dnd btys a bale skin is dry it should be a dryakin make-up to jgo tn smoothly. Put
of beauty preparations. Most women should select three cleanser, and if It's oily, it should it on just as you did the cleans.
For three whole days, she loy- preparations for the face and use be a liquefying cream, Apply it. Log cream and leave It on over.
ally dabs a bit of this and a them daily. But they should be with long upward, outward moe- night, if possible.
Longer Hair And N Nips Working Hisbands'
Make' Up1955 Silhouette NEW YORK-(UP)-It's time
SWorking- husbands" received ku.
d ws ior thoe jon
-- o Theres been enoui
By CGAY M LEY' There will be fewer bits show- working wives, says
ing in the new fashions-lack of tricia Harvey.
NEW YORK(UP)-Pull in the them helps create this illusion of
tummy, stretch and stand tall, the long torso. And when a'woman "The 19,000,000
girls. does wear a belt, chances are it prove modern woman
The Nw Year will make big de- will *begin below the waistline tion -is real," aid
mands on your figure. the hips. a working wife her
The 1955 silhouette can best be
described as sleek, smooth- and To help .create this sleek-as-a- "But how about
slithery. No r,-m for a bulge any- seal illusion, designers have taken who works all da
where, and especially not- at the the bulk from sleeves and height, home to do his sh
hipline. ned the nee ". Fabrics have work?," she asked.
Smooth finisheaoo, but 19 55 Wl would be impossible
S"The year brings the all-in-one see a lot of double-surface effects
I ook," a spokesman for the New -lace over satin, for instance. Miss Harvey says
York Dress Institute couture group aof efery three 1h
said. "There will be no special The year 1355 is expected to be household hhores. S
emphasis on bosom, waistline or one of fashion's most colorful- ural, she adds, tha
anything else. Just one long sweep with deep pastels, chalky shades fluenhe current 'des
of line. A girl will look tall and and tones inspired by the Orient
willowy sort of like she's leading.
stretching." would have a little
"The figure will have round- Because there's less dress, theer fluff. Helena Rubla
ness," she added. "but none of will be more hat. they would be smoo
that paper-doll silhouette of recent "Hats will be fuller and lare- turned to the head. V
years." er," said Sally Victor. "They will dicted a new era of
The hemline will ebange only have to. provide balance for the
slightly-probably will be % Jach rest or-Ie "ailhouette. The new year is i
shorter than in 1954. bring aqy fads in
A woman will have her choice The MWliMry Fashion Bureiu though one cosmetic
cf slim or full skirts, but .whp said t hrifte aud. as organdy and moving a three-tone
there lots of yardage, the f.w satin wesr edgiag in straws The pale, anemic
ness will begin below the hipline. for spring and summer popularity, the Italians introdu
S"The torso and trunk remain and* that although white will be pectmd to have mi
|aim," said one designer. th leading shde. bright blues America.
I But sleek as the new -fashlids l yellows also would be opo-
wiW be. ai n waln, U= I. "What woman wa
Ible. in them. eits r a o a.air will be longer. Charles of the walkig4 dead?,'
M1 flAre give plenty of knee-action. 'te Rit said the new coiftures ion source.
gh talk about
.y ahd comes
hare of house.
Husbai*I Wi Enjoy
CoOkinb If Wives
Give Them Free Hand
NEW YpIK-(UP)-The wom.
an's to blame if the only tiaer
Pop come into-the kitchen -a tS-
see what she's cooking.
More men would do more of thp
actual mal preparation if they
were give a litt wifely, encou.
agement. And properly handled,
the men wouldn't leave a. trail: 4
dirt dishes for the women 4to.
without him." This optimistic outlook on =me
S eas cooks comes from Andrew A.
s that two .out Wison, a bachelor, and the
nsbands share man entered in the recent aittonu
so its only nat- cooing contest cf Pilsbul Mi.
t they also in- Wlson,,an elementary s o .
ign trends. facial in West Bt. Pau, Minn.,
----- cooks as a hobby. He said fpel.
Slin~i a interference discourages a
more bulk and lot cf. n who other would
stein said bo, take up itchen-putteri gal
oth and snlp. w ta take up .aeu
ictor VIe.p .X f .- .
smooth a b s. is," said WFaili r
interview, "the tife wum't o lt
not expected to husband cook his own way.
i mav al. has' to be in thentog h
ishouae ipro. proceediass ... ua
d eye ahacw. progress report on
maklep wmich jag v .m So what .. .
ced is not ex- er I W.L tbe msas ip."
Wh cess in i die .to st i'ae u
who vLW kMWto ae W her hus.
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ghtfoot, secretary of the 1Iu-
noin Cpmuunist Party., as
found guilty of a violation of
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A ,ewM J, 8 denttMedr 3.1.
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A. 's. ...' at first challenge 4-1
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sported 6% Fgif.lfe: 75s.0 PoFol closes: NA
A. Bnssan .1 Iping to recommend 26-1
M If. byes 11' i-W1uld pay juicy price 15-1
A. Yeasa 1 I pt'against these 10-1
V. Casti. 1 t good chance 4-14
~J. Phillp1 dbe close up 3-1
A. Gonza. 142xZFx effort In last 5-1
C.' 'More. lt. x appointed In last 8-1
J. fBravo n sure thin 3
r L, Giral. 11 stron finslah 10
A, Eart. MU -Good early speed 5-1 4
Sit Race "C" Imported Fgs.Pnse: 5850.00 Pool closes: :5
*J. Jime. 11 hl2houldn't miss here.
HRuI .1 -Rates better chance now
F. Hidal. 11 --,angerous contender
V. Cust. 115 -..Will fight It out
0. fan. Il -Queutlon mark i
6th Race "r Impt$d 7 Fgs.Fise: 5400.00 Pool doses:
Filt Race of the Do ble
1--Chic's Ned I. lral 11 -l-and-out performer
-,-Now Look V 11 -Way don In class
S--pars Midi .O n. ft.0'-ard to beat here
4-Qon.ag* JM ne. es fair ce
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7th Race "6" Importa 4 4% lgsPafrset I 4. Poel eloeu: 404
Second Race of the ole
8- R. Alligator
8th Rase :"CD"I
B. Agul. 110 -Pot position helps
A. Valdl. 115 -Dubious ride last
H. Ruis 1a5 -Nqthihg recently
A. Vas. 108 -Distanet suits style
L. QOral. 113 -Ralting to top frm
V. Castl. 115 -Dstance handicaps
A. pnpa. 102x gabot o b
A. 7aat 105 Z offr t
G. an. 113 -ulnat Improve mO
J. Bravo 112 -Rates fr chance
Native t.lPvmne: 85. Pi'Fool closes: 4:40
l-O.qlenFan A. Teu .bx--Aot witH this rider 10-1
$.Jhqpanita A. Van 0f. --ard to beat here 2-1
,"-oOe J. Gongo. 15 -_OCuld reea triumph 3-1,
4-fagdad J.Congo. 105 -Raes otgtidedhancel 5-1
s-TUppol F. la. 04 .tundlng Ito form 4-1
6-M. tru B. More, 107 --N.ting to ldbe 10-1
7-0o k J. Philips 03 -Racing to bet term 3-1
8-lwL J.,Jim. lWx-Distance to lk1g 4-1
S-Mtto R. Va. 118 -Dangerous oodtender ?-1
9th Rpe. "F" Imported 7 P : m uIM POeol dases: 5:15
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2--ua un R. V. 118s -iRa hUel.ast.wek 3-1
o V. C -Reportedly proved 3-2
4--.flag1o 14 1'esll i--ImaEvoaufoWly .. 4-1
5..-Veittoute -AV. 1 -wfft-.t i 2-1
6-tioso ierra I5i.r- ped in class 10-1
7-(0oaMl Chim, 1.I 10 -t oo- ance 3-1
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go s day's
i s but Cooper q'
"a the rea an
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hLoo k cue- poesa
S.. 'n .aBut dps md to le
? ancm ClnubasAm
W~.soa a goonada's Beg!fe
1 ~ wteta to Cooper, "that-
== Ye years around to ourI
e C-o-- .'
.IF* ZWILIG Eo-AGUK Mako*kY, h I" k 7 bA.R.,I
,TaKWnDL& \ struck out 8 blters Ud1^wiAdked
'Wn Lostfour to even. recd-".at one
:ucy i',t4 0 Iwin and oMe o. fl mo,-d.
S er 2 Bob MK Wn on his second
"Amertloan rlon 2 2 game for Sur tnerattering
Ir .1 4 hIts and .upingle runs
...n the lo -li xth
fl. (;nS Tand 'eis 1 of be
Fltt'tQ4alne ::SlIS.m. in yoed 'Lvim but seWted
Y41lst 'Eamhuion Legio n and slsmted Mle door on
U mutrik vs. W. DtilUers cowls" Jejtryt-;aled the win-
nbes at te plate wit.t two lor
lead in the top bt tl firt on
two hits and two costly errors by
the Legi6n. Frank Makojky om
the found f6r the losers held
the Itikers to two bits the rest
of the way .but loie play on the
Whit the end of their senasn's
first alf in sightthse six-team
Armed Fdrce*Lewue, fl n-d a
.Weksbik in .a slp lead over ra-
pidly closing Cwtundu..
Asp f early 4his week Weutbank
has a won-loat cord of 5 ad|
1 WMth Curundt, last yeafs
oht0s, pbst a 4 and 1 roe-
ord. Abrook wth s and 2 Is In
third spot. Clayttn has 1 aWd 1
for fourth p l, followed by
Kobbe and C oan Coma
shatg last place with I and 4
Cumently the Armed ,Force
LittleM League lin Its fifth sea-
4s Mk.S.*_. na2.-_ a__ mJJ_
W e e t the AlWerlcan Legion.
Ether Sexton or Cowart appear
to be the likely starters on the
mound for Signal with ]ddle
[Krehneqr the probable mounds-
man for the Legion.
The, ame of the dom-
Swil hav the WomafN
DistDll .e,out to hand the Lueky
S es their, first less. Jek
Love will prole*y et his first
Matching psamemt for the
OIda and H mErme will
go .the rubber for the league
eadetsd n quest his third win.
The' W=x New.,
r LUC- M 8RIKE -
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balk, 2b A 3 0'- 0
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Aotenfton wIl be centered T1ef
motly ofl ourse on the fortunPam
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nobinuon la virhp
fo the wlwaMlse'r .- t: iL
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S.do4,-hiAe .et across the idea the risht si
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fifel&" 't'd f "M,
l fl" Amer-
Ed. w to-.ive
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JR 33SLJNa thse %. ^ rn *e way NRUIS1 valorandS V Team 5Dt wgh
ina a AOF satber Amwer: T h l a s and
to to wasI Ato a tl"D tra -
to andt&SMwih1 bae swe keCo me =a Y- -.
Is t andtamed w am rne NN o a&, au-, Castasm-
for CammsS. .a e. ftse *L0'd No better combination for smoking pleasure
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EO in By B"ARE GRAAYSON o oa ato
So .li money with a 31,000 capacity on E%EE W 0 P..3003b6aadelny
the west coast.") A
..,, Sports editor $ d"Ziff of the NEW YORK (NEA)-This wq he good oe today
Los Angeles Mirror and Daily By B3O61 lOutY back on rPaj. S, 1936, and nobody i to have some sor of
rt all radi lead ." the Col06 Arena Where News likes Wrigley Field because Writ!'n r ':. v service at Madison Square Garden could which breaks 11 eata1sh
i L In of Nw O r- dI to te freeway system, believe it. First, there was t he ing principle, preferably
a-twyn tWRIft ar nd everyone here traves by car. matter of Long Island University's I tiken Wfl9 going away
INK= eft S gtfigr over tO stP .o Veeck is busily getting options 32-game winning streak, which had basket. -
u iStnJ;M t i n weleiawo ht hampnsi o not aroud Wrigcey Fe ldw just been shattered by Stanford.
StrO- aS W"-' ."repanon, at twice what Phil Then there was the way it hap e Floyd course, s a
en the Isthmus in their eduled ten- Wrigey could have gotten them penned. Stanford's Hank Lulsetti does a bination hi
for three years a go. Wrigley f tossed in an eye-popping 15 points and fall-a at once.
Would step out If he gets his ask- with a kind shootingnoody n ke the d for t
d The nl hul be ip- price of million. He's more the east really had seen before. t of d ol
Sgor te the open- iIn his private machine Luisetti used only one hand when Jt u the
CyeteraWM Sammy .hop anyhow. e a ahe shot!
co 14 I -- --. motion I-- ov et major The tanford star had taken
do ter, t2 a de- leagu at lead at a stopgap New York by storm with his
c.i U roun ofre. Lat November Hahn wrote lege's Nat Holsman. "Nobody on
C Natlosal League President W a r- my tea..i will shoot with less than
win M whoe eesptant bor- ran Giles that the County was ty'o hands," Holman snorted after
.ti make ti .behnd p movement to bring ma- the game. "I don't care how Lui-
k Utg, o lee h ball to its five setti does it. He is wrong." TODAY .0
t us _emov' m .aWin ner or Second of three articles. aaitants. Isett gemeraily is st en
"hlt- t YhUI ." .e was By MURRAY OLDURMAN Hahan never received the cour- credit for starting modern bas- 1:30, 3:2, : .
Sdo umt. their preo tesy of-a reply. ketball's shooting rampage. He
Ij .lraelshisS asla LOS ANGELES---(NEA)-0 an There Is no weak major league is an all-time All-America to .
It .a neu s the motion of candy-chew i en franchise today. Cincinnati made boot. But we wonder how his
hiwp 4e KcoNr Hahan, the County Board of Super- money last year. The Cubs draw deadeye form of .36-at 15 points
e "M- "I oll-ar Sam visors gave the county engineer well with losers. Each New York pr game-would look if to s s d
el6M u o MotrinI a35-pound am 000O to investigate Los Angeles' team attracted more than a mil- '. __g y into a game with Ohio State's
TwIwll e fo r the third igley field as a major league Uon attendance. Baltimore and C Robin Freema this .winter?
Swelter- gg baseball site. Kansas City have novelty stimul- When th send Free-
waover time, two hs ounave It's Hahan's notion that, if the that will tide them over at least ANDREW JACKSON HIGH of man onto the court in the height-
L a quii h ck knock- ci doesn't move, the county will a couple of years. St. Albans, Long Island, has strong whacky Big T p, he is one of the
Ban through an employes' retire e- There's tal of a 10-team league, basketball teams. strangest sights you've seen. too.
have'bet out 1 o their meetings meat fund that has million in but major league owners play I couldn't make the squad my' At 5-10 and 160 pounds, Robin
ter ithe kitty and grows at the rate of coy. first two years in school. By the looks like carnival midget who
tAA p to t r u or m be 0 mlon a year. Every franchise move was time I was a junior, I had given wandered Int the wrong side
oW0 At Wl- "I'm not opposed to the Chavex helped by the attraction of a up all ideas of playing for Jack- show. } .M
vent between n V td Rocky Ravine idea of a stadium and modern large park in t good lo-a sn and just concentrated on go-
Ar V scored a 3 ix. ,Pee Wr 2 pounds over the chase of a major league park. cation. nti allconditions-which Ing to school and playing with But when. he shoots, everything I A n
r t o er rpwn 6 four r ut also "I'm not opposed to the Chavez means an accepslble, modern plant independent and ark League is forgotten. In 0JO games, Free-
we l.Al-omlft prices range Ravine idea of a stadium and a -are right, there'll be no radical teams. man knocked In points at a 34-
's acknowl from $ onedollarand fifty zoo. I'm tired myself of taking move to bringLo Angeles and One-night, I was playing in one pr-game average, getting them *
ed wr cents) .00 (five dollars) for the kids to Ban Diego to ee the SanFrncisco nto the majors of those games at a community with a one-hand jump shot m
,rseseets. ntgGeneralanimalsobita n d some.........sho..
ou B p t th re idese animals. orbit. center and having somefun try. possible to defend against. Free-
e- Since the mayer of Los Angeles ing out a left-hand ook shot I man's shot consists of driving to --- -- .....
d ). "But I know we could move wisely puts sewers above a new had developed on the play. the basket--or positioning him- ...
immediately lntoWrlg iaelyohe park, professional esimat.s place grounds. self in the corner-then leaping to the pros. It seems, however, ev-
n. -mediately into Wrigley Field- major league baseball at last After the game, I saw the Jack. up. He bends his body back a lit. erybody was worried but the
S. T or the Coliseum." (HIahn also Is three years-or more-away. The son coach Lew Gruinmond tle and cocks the bll somewhere Paladins. They had a guy by the s
mission.) one condition Is a sudden econom- walking over to me. behind his head with the t name of Darrell Floyd ready.
foV A Special Research Committee ic emergency in a currot major "You've improved," he told me. hand.
Sor Major League Baseball in league city. "But you southpaws should re- Because of his ability, plus a Floyd- merely is, depending on
SfLos Angeles, headed by that Meanwhile, the Pacife Coast member to try and work on your weak supporting Buckeye cast, which weekyou look at the sta.
ubiquitous fellow Bill V ee eck, League practically has written off right hand. They get onto you in Freeman finds himself double- tistics, the No. I or No. 2 college
UIBW J JOAHUSi claims Wrigley Field could quick- Los Angeles. Significant is the a hurry if you can't shoot with teamed on many occasions. With scorer in the country, alternating
ly add enough seats to bring it move of PCL headquarters from both hands." this, he comes up with a move with Freeman.
up to the capacity of parks in Los Angeles to San Francisco. The "I'm no southpaw," I told him. which is nothing more than a de-
*" ... Mb..e .. -the ,hlef t-ie among Washington, St.. Louis. and Cloa change is aimed at "saving" San "My right is my big scoring liberate attempt to draw personal He, too gets his points with;
wOu to Clnerswho wl iAOlfle th eek o. r e song cinnati. ("'But," says a major Francisco for the Coast League. hand." fouls and take advantage of that that one-hand jump shot. Last
major elub owner who wi ath "OreC t weekor L rt league official, "one of the entice- Los Angelenos have rent so "Come out for the team to. ridiculous bonus-shot gravy., year, when he was lost as merely
fereans sid thee a lnaIer m aest M CoN wabenats for a new franchise has to much time bemoaning t eir in- morrow," Grummond said. He ducks low, as if to get lev- a teammate of Selvy, Floyd was Encanto Today
Sunday night at the Waldrf-At b t the prospect of making money, ferior baseball, they've ruined the That was my big break. Play- erage for his upward leap. De- hitting with a 24-point average.
e *g ..h rert a n lad you're not going to make city for minor league ball. ing with the Jackson varsity. I fenders usually leap in at this .
from Phe Natiol ley of will hv Cubs and he. rpon club. The attracted attention and was able stage. He calmly straight e n s This year, left on his own, he B
from Phll Wrle of thr e Cub and the oI Ange, ad by Fran e TT to go to Holy Cross and then to up-amid looks distressed as de. has been murder. At 6-1, he has
American s rezangnmentc t e no p ehI. N' E-d p'P InQ the Boston Celticp. fenders fall all over him and the been averaging about 35 poml
Lane, wil J.Jf the coach hadn't made thkt referee calls a foul. a game this seas He get is
rAnge.alS,.^ W __a, me l ., neighborhood game I still might Furman figured to be shattered with two type aAot. On
reA tfgterslD.i s tables and c osts be playing in them. this year with Frank Selvy gone of them, l, '.. CSpis.
tl,.i.. By HARTY GRAYSON trouble in Israel, the Colonel trot-
Pted out the crack Palestinian.
SW NEW YORK (NEA)-Owners of Blever, undisputed champion let- .
agl.s'\- throughbreds have found the nam- ter-to-the-editor writer, became in. -
plen sOa"M.. .at. ing of them a bit irritating at censed because he suspected the
ttthet fans tn U -40 times, bakers of America were fostering ,
live glueine lMiton o Handles are limited to 13 letters an inferior product on the public, t Afo ch0tCfr reprsaIt .
.... f.o--r./. 1 three words. The moniker cannot Honest Bread. h a t's
notOy fans1 have been used in the last 15 years, t
U t our W league or be that of any famous runner of AT THE MOMENT, Bieber had pf. t as
a afrt face a oe rjcthe past developed a loathing of tobacco, ojT fl e yn S o d the Ktd4'
SAtter a dozen rejections, one will not tolerate smoking In his
Sto owner submitted Unamelt-and it presence. He is particularly put
el stuck. The late Col. Emerson Wood. out at women who use the weed th .
kn Bt ward solved the problem by tack- and his attitude is expressed by
su 7 ing the same of his farm, Valdina the fillies he has named Shedont-
: Orphane, etc. Soon the name Valdi- smoke, Puffawaysister and Cig- .,
; -na became as common on running gleinthepus.. .
L :"tracks as Hanover Is among trot-
CWi 'ters and pacers. Keeping well abreast of the times, A touch of this, a pinch of that, .
Selecting names for steeds, most he has a two-year-old miss which
qR breeders and owners go through a will run this year named Kansiret- and a bit of something else... 4 ,
P $se rigamarole as complicated as fil- te.
lot lp d ling out a "simplified" income tax Having such a wide field, Col. blended together make a
,o...er "-; Is conceiving a name perfectly difficulty naming his horses. French sa a delco treat '
ou blending the names of the sire Bled g's h t
penio until it be- and dam. i Blending's the secret .
om More recently, Alfred GwynneOlympicTrialand it's the same in cigarettes.
1d wsta ld More recently, Alfre NoEa Task You take a little Turkish. '"
e ..success withthis. The foal of Pb- No Easy.,as
S i frm 2kr o lyne-an and Geisha was, logical- with its sweet and pungent aroma,
23. so f new teams. h ly enough, named Native Dancer. IRON MOUNTAIN, Mich. (NEA) with its sweet and aroma, -
scneat help only too lttle. eale, w t tho new c1ba Vanderbilt nowmhas a full two-year- -The job .f groomin Pine Moun- mix it with some golden flakes
get? teob. and. No. playr of thapsdoub t S- d o sr of the Dancer apropria- tain Slide world's highest artifl-
trictlvenhga. tely named Teahouse. Social Out- cial ski scaffold, for the Olympic Of pure Virginia tobacco, h ,
"WIlh 10 club, we would have a third division. Teams in cast isa by Shut Out. out of Pansy. tryouts, Feb 2'-27 is as hard as r"
our e tt- Onub ldvlon find Ife ru ged enough. A Discovery-Self Service filly 'is winning the jumping event, t-hen ad some cured Keqtucky
"Tvery major move lnvdl es not only the construction of a aptly named Buffet Supper. The It takes two weeks, with a fleet t e j -
new park, at costly rates, but an outlay of another club or .5,- name Not That comes from On of trucks and winches, to get the and you get a real smoke. '. .
000.000. b Grust and Stock Market and so 300-foot trail and 1'6-foot hIgh JImp Pleas g an plea U
on down the stable line. ing scaffold ready. Pleasing and. .pleasant. \1,*,
to a hue and cry. Its function Ia nbt to make tt h r o orhhe anaming o Between 30 and 40 hand-pecked
louder, but to get at the true picture, and to be ready to receive horses and her :ock, carried tars ill be nam on way we theUCYSR ES
a e rneMrs. W a colt outbe st as Olympic team eandi- T h .t wy we mk LUCKY STRIKES. I(7
s pl for the ake of chance could boomerang tGooseo ,th e Otf Shu tes andei tae e jumps We blend the finest tobacC os.. ,.i.
named by v w7 es ou jumpers in the nation. n all the world to make a cigarette
e an idea. Mrs. ene rey ,-- O11 I *o, o o. "
n pe b- fldld a es f or mm givs U plesa. tHU So ypUr speriL
CANNOT BRUNT OFF ANY IPIRENT AL CL~B "ardultoss oArm s fn to smok Lsr
Stat to tw aaee m t re ga m y o oo n your uc e ,"hsoefrng throat.
an mr co to move into _he American Lague, Wess reum- maied for Col Why not light up a LUCKY? Youll see that its e.
"wrell,. le s tt a loot at the prct. Seekint a maljor tb kt "-' "
a e,- gamed a seuple ame tU cb '-o a olbull
Latil American Air Forces Whoosh
Jet Age With Big Assist From
Ik Keeping pace "ith current trends in Latin American air forces, the USAF school for Latin. Amerlca at A iook
has recently inaugurated jet maintenance courses for officers and airmen.
Since the establishment of the school in 1947, nearly 2000 officers and airmen from 18 Latin American republics
h iav6 received instruction in 18 aviation specialties.
ft is the only USAF technical school operated exclusively for the benefit of the Latin American airman. All
instructions are given in Spanish by bilingual USAF officer s and airmen technicians.
Tradtionally, the lar gest but of the opportunity they have velops out of these associations Although Spanish Is the native
course within the School has had to work side by side with helps to foster the desire for tongue of the students, techni-
been 3rcraft maintenance for students from neighboring coun- closer cooperation among the cal terms vary from one country
S nlistemen. tries. people of this hemisphere. to the next, WIth some resulting
S- confusion. (The School Transla-
Thils eburse cov'ra power plant The' strength of the Western' tions Section, staffed by com-
tperation and. maintenance hy-. hemisphere defense, system d. Opening petent civilian translators Is do-
iraulilystems, and general air- pends in no small measure upon much to standardize the.tqr-
-raft aPnten4aue procedures. this factor as. well as one' the tcbo m, e pre seny in translating modern
SI abilities of these men in putting .' TO s*opresently com viation terms.)
Othb course are given In syn- to practice the techniques, me. added by LtCot Harry ne
thetic ULink)rainer operation. thods, and procedures that are, Alag., ly op t Then there is the problem of
crera- armaqpent, weather ob- acquired by them in the 'School dds January 947, with 36 sut fo6d: the standard US. Air
erver radio,.;eommunications. for-Latin America. talts from sl countriesJ ce rations have to be season-
idlo maintenance, control tow- te four coues*then e and adapted for Latin palates.
4 operator, ,.,Jcraft electrical Csmm n Ideals pince then, l classes ye
stems, aircraft instruments. een graduated. The students' past mllt a r y
craft prop- s, aircraft sheet During a recent graduation ad TI i. t di I training differs sufficiently .from
tal, alrcrt anda engie, per dress USAF MaO. Gem Ricat h -ne uht dlferw from .alm6t TV. S. Air Force methods, that
ial equipment, aerotmedical C ood stated, "The Wester l any of our Air Force active -,the development of a compro.
nician, and basic English. Cmisnheric nsptions re ose- and it presents a challenge,,to mise system for troop mo v e-
Sbasic English course is a together by"c mmon ideals.O the fficers a armen who ments and directive commands
Sllulrement for all students. Latin American neighbor the faty of this organ- a been required.
n u .., i "derstand that only through agr ,t
600 Yearly united efforts can we nr a e ca
. 'Provisions are made for the
Shining of approximately 600 of-
fers and airmen annually.
IThese spaces are distributed
Ieording to each count r y's
weds and past'qguotas. The host.
government A M Force chief,
Working with the USAF mission
_lefeb d his staff, select the
b st qialflie4 airmen and "offl-
qrs in their respective air fore-
to attend the school.
0Sutstanding men are often-
tfI to heLatin American
mtel to study additional sub-
allied to their specialties.
caliber of the students is
Sjeb that rarely more than one
two fall to pass the five month
S "The Latin American airmen
S iPaduates are not only proud of
se training they have received,
to preserve Western Henmlsp i nistrative section euCe,
freedom. ? ;, speaks English nd anisd wIjt
S r ,Ae ual fluency. The USA A r-
It is of the utmost.inecsity u ethe text books, to, .
that by means of thxmit quipment', food, ing,. and'
frot we match the h .andies ani o k clothngfor t t-ste.
durability of communi pur- .- ,
pose to destroy our fre.edoi. with
a hardness and duabailty of r Curricul
purpose to defend it.r H T ur .
The school for Latin Atierica The school is housed in thiee
has one tested and pr yet means large conventional tropical4ype
of combatting:ithose torees of e- barracks: Some of the room are
vil that are attempting to pro- equipped for theory class-6sb
mote confusion istI s and dis,- .which eomnpose approximately
unity throughout mthe worl. one-third of the students' cuatri-
For in addltio-"eto. tecall ul .,
knowledge, th .tud ts ef this Training aids ieelude LI nk
school receivesthe e*eri@ence Of trainers a complete Military Af-
rewarding asslciatiof withcdlz- filiated Radio Systems (MARS)
ens of other Latin American station, generator test equip-
countries and the United states. ment. magnaflux equipment. a
The mutual understanding,
friendship, and respect that de-
model weather station, and a
model control tower.
Uia addition, the school was 11
aircraft and two hangars on the
flight line. Three T-33 aircraft
are Included as wel as three
Thunderiets, one Sabre two
Thundereolts, one T-6, a B-26,
and a C-47.
* Any, necessary equipment re-
-guired to supplement these faci-
lties is made' available to the
school through base installatins.
S ..A C 'BEUM NT Gustavo Rivero (oil the right) is
-among 384 students from 11 Latin American e6cmtrles in the
mewly installed class 55-A of the USAF School for Latin Amekr-
-tl at Albrook. Through use of training aidd, Rivero' and his
students are, well along the road to understanding the in-
ra,*at wqmklngs of a Hamilton Hydromatic prppeller. This
ursbe on ,iropeler mechaidsms is conducted by USAF 8/Sgt.
JUfol E. Herra, Shown here pointing to a eO et ent of the
ad lq~txpM adJusting unit. Shown left to right, above, are:
s/8gtIHerte Instructor: Fbecisco Perez, HIYava, Cuba; and
ua Outo Rivero. of Panama Coy.
; -- (Otliial WAF Photo)
It has never been easy to se-
cure instructors. To find airmen
with a sound technical -b a c k-
ground, an ability to teach, and
a proficiency in Spanish requires
Moreover, the instructors, as
well' as other personnel a4 the
school, are in fact, functional
ambassadors, as they are 11' di-
rect and daily contact witf the
Latin American students.
It is through these people-that
attitudes as well as silldt are
developed during thbir five-1ionth
There are many p-oblems pe-
culiar to this orjgalzation. A-
mong the problems is the lan-
priepsvny. usea in me Liun Al
merican countries nl some eas :"
es does not parallel the content-
porpy equipment of the United
States. This too poses a problem
in that some equipment oust be .
procured that is no longer maint-
ained In U.S. logistical supply '
The school attempts to pro-
gram commitmentss. An effort
ais 'made to secure operatleonl
equipment presently utilized' la
Latin America under MDAP.
This equipment is used in the
specialized training courses.
Everything, however, is not
hard work and training at the
To make the student feel per.
fectly at home and to give him
a good sample of North Ameri-
can hospitality, facilities avail-
able to the U.S. personnel are
also made available to the stu-
These include the use of the
swimming pool. the clubs to
which their grade entitles them.
the Air Force, Navy, and Army
exchanges and theater&
throughout the Canal Zone.
The school has an **
athletid program. There e
sports competitions -in
ball, softbal,-volleyball, an. 0ol-
leyball,, and' soccer. Some of the
teams are composed of national
groups, others by classes, and
yet others are made up of the
bet players of several national
An impressive display of na-
tional unity may be observed at
the colorful graduation ceremo-
nies, which twice-yearly draw
diplomats and high-ranking *ir
force offilcals from -practiclly.*
all the Latin Ametican coun-
Their ~tres uniforms, and
WAth a the snap of. a military
academy cadet the graduates
march aere e stage to re-
ceive their om frrom the
hand of thq mmmuder.
The graduate's own Air Force
Chief, and BUs, country's ambas-
sador to Panama, are usually
there td extend congratulations.
Upon graduation from the
school, the students' return. to
their respective countries where
"'Promotions await -many.
1lw& a matter of pride for the
M.- t ;:1
&- T..-. "; i
d '*** I1 n
the country i1,
ID R, SUINAY, JANl$A#ft.
SOMEDAY THESK STUDENTS of clair 55-A of the USAP School for Latin Aperica at Albrbok Air Force Base will face aircraft
traffic problems sh ilar to the one demonstrated here by USAF instructor M/Sgt. Max E. NissembeaiUn. Two Panama City resi-
dents Jaime Vi~amil and Jaime C. Recuero are to the right of the instructor. This course on.alrcraft control tower operation
is only one of 1I aviation specialties taught in Spanish by USAP officer and airman Instructors at the only -United States Air
Force school conducted exclusively for Latin American airmen. The Panamanian students and ai&men from 11 other Latin
American countries compose the largest class in the history of the School. Shown left right ab.u&reV"Sergio M. Guerra.
San Gabriel, Ecuador; JeSus P. Rosas, Lima, Peru; Alvaro Nieto, 'ogota, Colombia; M/t. Max Nissunbaun USA instructor;
Jaime Vfllamil, Panama; Jaime C. Recuero, Panama; Silverio N. Pela, San Fellpe, Venersela, and Carlos Lo Ilqne, Chil
,......^.-f.nL ^ h .. .. L ,_-& ," (UiSAPOfW-O al Photo)
t.IL tIU t kU hJU tU UIhU h
insirucorU no to o mat i nrougn
their efforts the same general
and pre-flight inspection proce-
dures-as those used 'i the States
are in use by .most air forces
throughout La America; that
planes calling r a landing ov-
er sany militt airfield in this
hemisphere similar termi-
nology pVni th a -weatherbound
U.S. pilot In in American can
iead a weath map accurately
through the option of stand-
The school. as been Intltr
mental in brginug about this
prevalence of .8. methods and
equipment f at he Latin Ameri-
can air forces#
On Jai. I7- 284 students en-
rolle 'at the School for Latin
Am Th Class 55-A, ogm-
30 cera and. M- r- .
an fN. ,IZLatin Amr I na,.
CoUntrid., is-the largest class I
the School's tilstory.
Colombia, as in the last class,
has theo largest student repre-
sentation. Clombia has 48 stu-
dents atea dg, while qiwk-has
47, Cuba 21, Dominican Repub-
lic 11, Ekiador 89, El Salvador
9, Guetel at. 's, Nicaragua 11,
Panama .10.P'raguay 7, Peru
31, and Vpnezuela 43.
They don't talk about hemis-
pheric solidarity at the USAF
ehool for Latin America.
The officers and airmen re-
tresentMg the Air Forces' of-the
Americea at the Albrook ehool
are making hemisphere solid.a-
ty a reaUty. .
SHEE JOSE A. CqCA (Third -from the' A05ne of t Paiatma
largest In the hltory of the United States r orce Se-hoelfor
concentrates on a demonstration of very ,igh frequi radioo.
Radio Is one of 18 aviation specialties taught at the 8hooL ..b
USAF M/Sgts. Horacio 0. Uribe and Portirio de La saras:.Paa
Agustin Almada, Luque, Paraguay, and Juan Ferrella.LtAma, Peru;
nb Lfc t t Albrook,
o above are:
-r Jose A. Checa;
(Offl ik.USA? Phldp)
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C BOBS are
solved by the _
same method 7
crosswords. 1 2 he
def initions or 1 i 57 ?% 7
clues reeo r to
digit of wMch to
to be placed ti
each square. II a
1. B ba lon
thrown by pitch--
er before he can get strikes on better.
6. Would yu pce your bookmark between pages
27 anl 28 or i and SOt?
8. A circle with a bhole in the mid4le!
9. A clock that ln't running Is correct how many
times a day ?
10. "- pumpkins on a vine; II here, is here,
13. Add 190 to the feet In a 100-yard dash.
15. Atl womn. .\
1. How many hairs to make a wig? Ass. -
2. Parallel that divides North and South Korea.
3. Next state.
4. Opportunity knocks how mqany times?
7. This member sounds lik he word that means
"more than enough."
9. A double play in baseball: When base run-
ners are put out ton play, .- after the other.
10. Sports qui.: Age of Rocky Marc ano.
11. How many lews do you use to write the word
"typewriter" on ote?
12. Two nines.
13. in hand.
14. A family that aqnea their children In alpha-
betical order has how many when lsaame a born?
i s-oM "-6 *8 O -l-"f ooil"a
w Heads Up Curting Job
a. CAN you define the following subjects; out of .th,
's Brat lttetrs and ftM new words a indlested T?
w 1. Biehad a digging latnurmet add get a
Vs wretched sel elr.
a- 2. Behead a sea mammal and mae it healthy.
y 3. ahead a garden spot and get a abode of
4. Behead a applicant and get a ifr.CtoG
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THE MJGHT TOUCH?
Most somprehenulve biography of part of the feet may tobtch the Boor. door is closed over the top of the paper. b ro5a
the great artist at the Middle UnAleis the trick Is known. most of the One person stands on one tide of the door thicio
Frontier, who also WAs a dra- attempts will falL Here's how it's done: ,while the other stands on the other.- in
matic sure shooting crusader. Host or host, places the paper In a Standing on tiptoe and grasping the
B&W plates of 11 patatings. doorway as shown at right above. The doorknob makes the teat pselble.
junior Readers W
of;-It mo -d
wt pill teu tn
pUM 0aelr ft. 0
o e.u r e. ',rt
with a er,,
tire .4s8h Ip e( reveal.puit .wil
sabe abould be at least a foot la ditm-
eter. Ctetal .oode Su ae ewdar, red-
wood, ete., f mon durable, but modt
wooda wJll ast lome [tae~wlth ,,i-ui^-
tory tatmet. <
To taeaItai water run-os ad prevt
rottai. st elaba at a slant ond ee
Cryp Quot Cat's Meo Tor'
CpaAUOTx. are afan A 'AA : --
L l which'bvo been an- U Laie V
eod.d-a -ifeit jOtter G -f tor a rai dy ay A
tut"lng the m letter plyo4 prith a ,
throughout. blok wb4h can m, .
U = t, pt Lord Cheter' be ltashieWd In
eel nide d tdvie h i .- d, vies h
oa hew to t eat Itho who shop. Ori the conm-
*fal,. to oberve ~ta pote ue. plated lock are _
teme of sodety. Solvers, of x lettere-B. H, I
courts, te to nrtore thi origi- L, E. F and T.il I
alejqUotutlo: These tand or
body, h al, ,Olegs. hAo.D'..l 2
Olt TI'D a1 MAA5 ears, facet, tool.
: Q Inw playing the game, each player equipped with
Lw1m OIN QD WI IL ll ahi pper, .tolls theblok i a turi Tbai l
r who rolls a I U'tegns by drawing a Ibody of a 4.e4t
DWTCOOIN TMOITM AXG0 he then, rells again to try torianother letter wlinbOI
het might aS in logical order. (He ban't use anmi.r
r"A'Q O.M Vt 04aeo), for Matance. until he rolls a head.) Am iooW
S' ,. us e cpi ae to roll lettee which be ban use, ie W
as M,1, "Pity atd Bletohlng.
AtO* jfy dO*? Wbqa fetter cm up*bt b which he cannot u ,
'iante ooatrt Mws or Pdt wlich he ha aWed htd, the eat player takes a
siv. M, U. tbis, aa o, th.re an turn. Object ef the ate ms todinlih your cat aflrt
two apoetrmebas showing ad, or Goune. '. t ".
they are both ueamsaives, whh W An er4ltary ot4'a block with letters pasted *W
is to May. ef ourN, that both ea aerve for a tryoutaof-timegn.. -
rd n. endin S. ,ro, variety, sdraw a.bl t jeet j us, such i
there's a co*id clue, too., a eet. bs. other ani tal, etc. t. ake efta~
laiOe-letter Word-A or I, of eos f tettes are le. .
po x ;,'aiM tu I Ill tio
.eo 9 _1*- e smq eqi i au|
"i- 4 sA eo ~ao.wi fv,. iAeMt
W.,ana Make a Bt A ?or.
ASK O friend to write so"etin oFa aGp f
J paper, Have him pld te ulip the floor 'ti, i
over th writing wth his loot. Bet him that t |
can teB whosl o0 the paper. If it' accepts y.ur
oaswer, It poured, ia "yur foot." j
It's Your Mwa-
Ba, sugeavd hegeo
|Q I-Place at which one of the
battles with the Philstines
occurred c2 Sam. 21:19)
4. \ -From the soeM of whom did
-I Abraham buy a seulebre?
SX Acts 7:16)
X I \S-What Jewish feap was estab-
-" \ / r shed by Modecal?T (Eth.
\ ,, U14-Metallterous rock.
W lo-Eat away.
l- -- l7-Chivalrous.
7 1-Judah's Arstborn IGen. 38:6)
S"" i --Part of a chain.
i-Tlme between Ash Wednesday
,/'- 15 s s_ S O and East r.
S -i ,, 15" -.24-Sheep's cry.
7-AIr- comb form..
U-n bird family.
S maurian coiln.
.1 Ausatican mamal.
'. 5-,Adult mile
S --Science of valid thinking.
n of Uzal (Neb. 25)
Slather of Gaddlel (Num.
*a S"C. MI(rds thue @=A&
Can You Do It?
Is a mDA aaait wtw-u.y sa t- at '. .
aIm nM6 l-O.IlY t 0e
Si a S l -l tM
edge, teuolh tab wel ? m .?
66-A Levitical .fty (Josh. 19~S3)
1-Chief prince of Meshech and
Tubal Isek. 30:11
--Anglo Saxon money.
B-Member of a monastic order.
10- Footed vase.
11-Ilernatlonal l tguage.
1-What was the name of Siul's
older daughter 41 Sam. 16:4)
18-What do trachera peak
in byoriT (1 Tim. 415)
20-Son at= MGe& d:26)
n- a l naam.
his told seventy labour.
er be sent them forth Aewhat
amen wolves? (Luke 1l3)
By MuaMr BWpper .
\Vy/ l Baick Set up tor
Squik and dealsive lwi
thZ. Aolem. White, '*"mt'
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SADIANT AS brides are suppomd-to be ls'Stay Hburn, Academy ward:
mag star, in this charming eloseup with her bai, Mel Perrer, in Spndon.
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INDUSTRIALIST Cyrus Eaton of Clevlnd gets ready to try
out the skiing on a slope at St. Castiii Quefbec, whiter re.
sort on a vacation with his di Wher and radchildren.
ENGLISH STAOG STAR Valerie Hobson and member of Parliameat',c Pe~~i '
happily acknowledge greetings from .rell-wishers at St. Columlia's d*r In t an.
don after their marriage. She will return from the honeymoon 'to a sg e r
'jthe Loks daM and S ePaqoir
f-y 4et aboqn-the stream, feeds
n dim y hold 60 milUnti gallons.
1 1 it,
O,,..L OF PE RSONS.
shu hveM a btiter under
t6ank th XrfIat uas., This
3y wef'onja good will tour of b
Ma. i3UfS. One .(:the stand
11 44 -' ,n ,
,St est-d Cnada
SlWrds "agoga' wl,"
a left behind. them,
as well as musically,
THEY KNOW what to serve Blinkle, the parakeet, at the
home of the Merritt Meyers in Harbor City; Calif. It
seems someone left a glass of-beer on. the table. It also
seems that Blinkie then developed a liking for suds.
AY AN IRISH JIG
1i Sg Frank Clark,-the six-foot, eiht-Inch drum sergeant of the
SGusi. He has been with them.$or 30 years. Like traveling bands
the wSrld over, the members spend much of their time- in polishing
butt6n4 whitening belts and practicing. But few bands can approach
the p57 Irish Guerds either in their musical ability or In coloY.
a .ni Fwas, BumL Oy a m~ I
archeologius jof the UniiEwityo, A
what workMen mwer# w"avatln Lf
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The NatI i 'cahg the U.S. a
weather freltd thle oermment plBas to
tC ierlrm seekg a ceaflte-fire along tne C
cowir rw '' e
However, getting a formal entire U"m",
po faw Both the Natlonawsta and sh.wSY '
cafrI end i to t Ai State es im
c .thil e. ute em'. nttf.attiadi e.a
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o'n the m Ineref muit-allM es actu bese
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tordiegn ovestmentac'j buli.-.vt fort in. t: .
coMntrtes. And. In 1-CJa- wihb ordet out ofa
mtter his aianipulaUOnt tireatene4 ta...rr -i t
French motey system. .
He had many. eames... but New VOk* deteutfl .11e
think whoever killed M flacantI r Chavw
someone he tested to let hnim b-o t
There were no jpd thatte l dtw# ha B
been broken open.' In addition, the Mlller wred so r ad fmil
quietly, that no one e. n the house Insludi
Raubinstein's in'tpthr W- arouSE. .
ce search tor tb$marderers9g n. initder m.
ally and low. O*t j W
Smult- naire's -I;s $ SAA
S- team, *ho announced -. "I believe I Ina u.re Miea '
Imprtuat Infonrmnato o the murder."'
AM O, detectives alpo a ,e e pg orthe
drivers w ee drove AtM = &e t and strI'pate1 f-|
the girlto her h .t
cab wa followed eten qfab. .
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COLON OFPicE. t2.178 CENTRAL AVENUE mETwrtN 12TH AND
FOREIGN p trEjrfPTATiVWE- JOSHUA U POWERS.
34 MADISON AVE NEW YouK. 1171 N. Y.
Pin MONTH. iN ADVAICR6 a ".70
FORn SIX MNTHS. IN AI ANCE 6.80
FOR ONE YrIr. IN AoDVAlCE 10.50
EDITOR'S NOTE:-In a recent survey i
shown that there are only two full time po
the United States, who make a comfortable I
One was Robert Frost and the other Ogden N
PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST
AS A PREMATURELY OLD MAN
I hardly suppose I know anybody who wouldn't
success than a failure?
Just as I suppose every piece of crabgrass in the ga
much rather be an azalea,
And in celestial circles all the run-of-the-mill ai
rather be archangels or at least cherubin and af
And In the legal world all the little process-serve
grow up into great big balliffim and sheriffTm.
Indeed, everybody wants to be a wow,
But not everybody knows exactly how.
Some people think they will eventually wear diamo
Only by everlastingly keeping their noses to their gi
And other people think they will be able to put in
atPalm Beach and the Ritz
By not paying too much attention to attendance a
but rather in being brilliant by starts and fits.
Some people after a full ,ay's work sit up all nigh
college education by correspondence,
While others seem to think they'll get just as far I
their evenings to the study of the difference in te
between brunettance and blondanlce.
Some stake their all on luck,
And others put their raith in their ability to pas
In short, the world is filled with people trying
And half of them think they'll get it by saying No
them by saying Yes,
And if all the ones who say No said Yes, and vice
is the fate of humanity that ninety-nine per ce
still wouldn't be any better off than they were I
Which perhaps in Just as well because if every
success nobody could be contemptuous of anyboi
everybody would start in all over agaiz trying to
success than everybody else so they would bave
to be contemptuops of and so on forevermore,
Because when people start hitching their wagons
That's the way they are.
KINDLY UNHITCH THAT STAR, BU
It is common knowledge to every schoolboy and
Bachelor of Arts.
That all sin is divided into two parts.
One kind of sin is called a sin of commission, and t
And it is what you are doing when you are doing s
And the other kindof sin is Jult the opposite and
sin of omission and is equally bad in the eyes o
thinking people, from BEly Sunday- to Buddha,
And it consists of not having done something you i
I might as well give you my opinion of these two k
as long as, in, a way. against.each other we are pi
And that is, don't bother your head about sins of
because however sinful, they must at least be
you wouldn't be committing them,
It is the sin of omission, the second kind of sin.
That lays eggs under your skin.
The way you get really painfully bitten
Is by the insurance you haven't taken out and the
haven't added up. the stubs of an dthi appoint
haven't kept and the bills you haven paid and
you haven't written.
Also. about sins of oraission there is one partieula
lack of beauty,
Namely it isn'f as though it had been a liotous red
or night every time you neglected to do,your. du
You didn't get a wicked forbidden thrill
Every time you let a poUlicy lapse or forgot to pay a
You didn't slap the lads. in the tavern s p.Ie back
cry Whee., .
Let's all fail to write just one more letter Before w
an4 this round of unwritten'letters t on me.
No. you never get any 'fu .. -
Out of the things you haven't done.
But they are thanks that I do not like to be amid.
Because -the suitable ththgs'you didn't to give yon
trouble than the unsuitable things joq did,
The moral iA that it is probably better not to sin'al
Brme kind of sin you must be pwradlng,
Well, remember to do It by dOlg rather than by
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ers hope to
.QUAIL GIVES HUNTERS IE-BIRD-igh-year-old Laura May Girdsen can give hunts a'
tip about qual--a qual.would father be landled than shot at. She knows. because her pket,
."Tweety Bird." It a iuaD: She found it last July on the lawn aof her home near Unlontown, ]ilas.
nds instead Jt was only a few days old. For two weeks its diet consisted of two houseflies per day, Gradually,
.the menu was expanded anal today, Tweety Bird's favorite foo:i is light toast (dark toast i ts -
rilinestones, jetted) and warm milk. Laura May takes it to the pasture where it feeds on seeds and insects. It
more time never tries to escape and always' Walks or files back to the house. Photo shows Laura May offering
tee bobwhite some toast and in the inset, Tweety Bird is wearing a 1954 Kansas quail stamp.
t the office
it getting a
mperamalter Winchelln New Yor
s the buck. -
MAN ABOUT TOWN through Party channels beDealse to the 5-a-day- No wonder it was
and half of the Party fears the FBI's h flawless show Park Ave.
Gov. Harriman's investigators security measures. Orders, .l-. fue's Ann Gilbert weds the son of
versa, such (working' on the Lucky Luciano ever, will be issues o pull B# M ,iV. Supreme Court Justice Crist
.nt of them pardon) claim evidence alleging lect few of your leaders out of Se1 soon Actress Sharon Dexter
before, that a $250,000 melon "donated" Underground. To give you rank- weds Dr. H. Guerin Feb. 22nd. .
iody was a to the G.O.P. was cut up by a and fiers some leadership. The Elleen Herrick. society girl, re.
dy else and prominent N.Y. law fir first of the hidden chiefs will re- ported dead in Hauti (weeks ago),
be a bigger Gloria Vanderbilt will have topbur- turn in about 10 days. The new has her family baffled. Private
e somebody ry if she wants a divorce. The national committee will not be an- sleuths digging Miami Beach
maestro plans a tour abroad nounced for several mon a clicks-: Celeste Holm at theB" al
to a star, Dr. L. Morrill's terrible torch for Read Winchell and find out what's moral, Jack E. Leonard at Nan
Rhonda Fleming (melting from golng on. tilus, Gene Baylos at Isle of Capri
him in Europe) has intimates and Dick Shawn at the Latin Q.
deeply concerned They say Patti Page can't help disc-jockey Hottest S
Merle Oberon and Dr. Rex Ross Wm. Silbert get rid of that Wend hottest Sandal In Town: Th
DDY are giving it Another Try Waldron feeling... Pat O'Brien's son of a Broadway giant is head.
Admiral byrd's kin, model Bee reali r trouble on teevee was ing for In'l headlines by his she.
Woodruff, and publicist Larry funnier than the Eddie ar anigans abroad. Shocking eves
even eevry Fields (we recently reported th lei r than E e or blase Parodslenso A young
Safor blase Parsliens A youn
er sweet merger) are trying t "atrial gel Sunin Ainsworth(e of Tom. British diplomat's dates are wltn
sep" already ... Jack Donahge my MaSvylle's many viveo) and e m wedded member of the New
that is very and Georgine Darcy(she was the n M al e s m ywtves) al York lornettc-monocle set. The
stripper in "Rear Window") plan ew flame have lett et lostGirl Friday Wanted ad in
something a June Wedding ... Mrs. Wm.N.Y How alof cn get? Then iTimes classified section an. lath:
Fox got 4 million for the parking Miss Vdrbilt inthe notice f Alert pleasant person to become
is called a lot behindtheRoxy theater ... "Time of Your Lie" wo part of growing concern. Must be
f all right- Margaret Whiting's Real Guy is feme b htlub owner-sh able anq willing to do everything
S Ronald Postal .. May Wynn. It out at 3rd Avenueparkin (well, almo everything)" .
hudda. elevated from the Coe acabana Over tBe uml thing a man. .The Greek shippia g man Whose Ces
inds ofn chorus to feature roles Holly- The Lou Prima divoree became orated wl Park South- pain rtmeigs nt is dei
tting them, wood, and her long time heart final last wek ... The Michael oratedi with- pai gs of beksta
commission have punctuated it with a period were dollighted h is-s-worth-tundraped The backste
fun or else Fred Parrish, a bellman at Strongs (be's in "Anastasia") between a gal prodneer and a
the Hotel Traymore (Atlantic oney- m: If the basis rat on dan Beuse he called her a
City), became Cincy hresn Toa br t ney-if*n: If the basis rate odn B .IDeb called < stea
City), became Ciney heiress L U.g 't bond (oe savings ac- niam4 And she slapped A .
Culliton's 7th groom Jan. 14th., e ." 2K% er cent- tat'he d e business .expert l*(fnr slik
o nd floor for safe. rewrn. Any msgs) who eot a shiner-in apub
checks~ pu The ToP Talk a nxap rft- teresttr that sum repent A not mnd inm his own busine.
tments yotr ic National Ceommattee Hea 4qar0the. deU e of risk .., Gofre stepped t r husband mdh-wif t
the letters ter': y they get iia the Whitteb t .his own. hotel. Gleason e new thrust who maree
House in Ms the first' to be. fired prob'ly b.uy his own hospital. the rounds with every crooner in
Prly painful will be G.-man chief J. E. Heover. town The American Billion.
They won't ever fornidve him for "Belevue Hospital: Dear Mr. alre wese .Ill son (in Eluope) re-
I letter day doing his duty and taking nwt- W: Mabe your column can e ed papas medico and t .
ty; ness stand to tell the truth aboint i Jan. 5th a mn an and h own, a top Commy.
a- "the Demos involved in te Harry 4- WrM, daughter were .bri ht
bill; Dexter White spy case. jit. sH U smad. mThea o
and loudly child bad deep ,b t greaI Cecil Kirk 4Billinsley's major
isn't it odd that the only two gal. ly wakened by less. of *oo. It dome) ad model Dese Field
e go home, witnesses (from the first Jelke Was sc seldMeu n 7FDM Drive ,an (of London) just became an-
vice case not 7et picked up by apd th were in the wrecked'gageS via airmail. Merge this
Sthe law for the new trial) icar ever ha sf oar- bec'ps s v mmer ... D i4 Poler, star of
the pair who allegedly mentlone4'ls maat r xis fWU MLe'-d i l#*t Saat of Biecker.reeA" Kat,
a former City Haller? The g .. was the man w as fired 1pm the choir of As-
a lot moe Nancy Hawklnas -a Joan brout. oem teo Bellev ft Telk st Baptist Church (Montele-
rouglas ... Jimmy Van es bm Sna th column be save41 N..) because he co tt
tall, bat Itf .1 soap t, i trin euitl ys. ley'*e aid it iasle. Ta -al tast lafs? ..
his romantic lyrics on the ears ioeto mh -aloger. Froma thiA.ctress- C6m e eSmith bad bar
not doing. yD .na. Westpbal 8 Da hlue so *'S er said, we gash ]or.a writer husband rMm
W a e S ..a.. anI ed was a reporter- Mv Mes are reaorie4 Sig In Lma-
Ry Kelly is the new Mr.a Big o doesn't matter. I'm an orderly at d --r neAt will be Michad
a large construction union 'Benler La f the lrdspoet. Wag-This
Pegly Yan.eyd wileance herl nj c ,a .Trie Necessary Note: CrMe
soared oa, sand (IM Bapst) I He1 l aes,e Her Majesty. eele-Br At&_:--a 08w daown m New
Muxin A nest weds brastes Teaors in Show isI n Od Is or a e two
Pad IMism Miguel Todd mnd May. 4sthaes the President wltlnew plays a raupe .d _
Evelvy Keyes are back from Re- ge ho. a talte r a1 et.A .us.. f.a e- Govt wh .ich is .
sunburn ... Nunnally Johnspa's' a her, Mo aetss, ime t be many h -this? Calmias -a
--'. daughter Nora becomes Mrs. L.4Granmia sot la ApoIL Walt Dlr-u tn tfle h*c'o this tiny
.wekFeb. 13li here. ,The Eroo'm sort blceps a Grsad woTheowhich .alaud. says:,2'Seinedea
Is. anexec. with ~pchArabipa-pc.. e wt sea,,l .. AlTho h-At i. D .-Fo 'rlbrough
len Ol Co .. ..D-a-othy Dan-t'.. j ee e udeomaletjAng .Ame ri'cn B smbers"'..
ebos. Ietcolkca nrg~r'i with Merr'-n,IDugs & Rra r' "eet a.'Wish be WaB
_."----- flatn, V~heAnd the Kean uirls'Strte Jou-nI ... The way Marl-
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rv', /, I'
tnt clerk em the Seaate Appropri-
ain CommitUe. Be was Wis-
lative aseIn to former Senator
aete (R Me.) fr m Bw a to IMT.
obbs served in the Navy
a Weld -7ar Iad coana e
a destroyer escort at Analo.
Tom Mekling, the bold young
newspaperman, and Demoeratic
David who twice tried to in ele-
tion to Jhe U. S. Senate from
JellyU.e Bilgss. aIn actually --- ,"" tI .wal r~., woe has been a Nevada, and twice lost, has given
ebake a -jea.i .i e aid_ Now Fl match forecasts wih pt-he for the .Democrats in ,p upoitis.
hasn hapns. ae a butter l s tie laftshed teamsters' id eir anmal baseball game with The Democratic machine, built
pushed, it's same e of tapeThe my y that ther- David a. Ie Repubans. Representatve up by the late Sen. Pat McCarran,
which, .ac k twe nies, gave re, an ass uate of Sea. vin whas been many respond. was Just too much of a Goliath for
voice and music to the t mov.ve or Arth Stark, member a string of six consecu- Mechling to beat. Knowing when
les sa drove 2,00 JImmi the h N.Y. State Bomatdd.Medlsatl, 4ve Democratic victories. Last he was licked, he moved to San
Pettrl's AFl miumlesia from the will ge the vital vacaney r the year he pitched a no-hit, no-run Francisco to do public relations
pits of Amer ea's thUatres. National Labor Relations card. ame3. work.
pits SMter S tates. Ina. ti bet Is that Preident Rep. Carl Albert (D., Okla i 1s In his new Job, however, young
has Jost s V tiNkebee s I anI wiln name a men u- bi 'kiddd by h f "rin I the'Meebling has a product which
how s ta ein dd BoydH of Representatives for be-'looks like a Winner. It is orange
through athe proper automatic edom, chief Jt f the South Ing te first majority whip (assis- and grapefruit juice concentrated
chine, can measr, m ba akota supreme CourtJ- He I tant leadr who bas to take the Into dry crysl, by evaporation
whatever yoe set it. for. The balels' p an sponsored by the floor at 2 o'clock In the morntng. of the water through vacuum boil-
and bop tape is start the few state es na. PIan. Casei--and ap- Representativte Albert is the ing of the natural Juice.
Skery WeorkersUn a~lils paved by Secretary of Labor father of a two-month-old baby, The crystals will be sold in cans.
who know of it, for they recall tb James Mitihel. David Ernest. and it, is usually Open a can, pour out the crystals,
musicians' experience. -tthe father's chore to glv the add water sUr, and you have
Petrillis the only aion chief If what Secretary of Defense youngster his 2 a.m. feeding. Aftertthe juice again. The product will
who has cshioned the effect of Charjes Wilson says s true. we'd hip Albert's election to succeed be competitive with concentrates
machine displacement. This he did better start spending some money Rep. Percy Priest (D, Tenn. ), Iand frozen juices.
y playing a royalty on recordings. for propaganda across the world. who becomes chairman of the -
The money, running some $2,000,- He asserted the other day that the Commerce Committee, it was re- In his first letter to constituents
000 a year, is used to help those "final showdown" with the Com- ported that: since the new Congress convened,
musicians who are'out of work munist world may come in the "A sleepy-eyed Representative Rep. Sidney R. Yates, Chicago
becatise of the records. economic political and propaganda Albert arose to receive the a S Democrat, dre on, an old story
-- areas rather than by throwing men claipation of his colleagues. He about Republican Prisident Calvin!
Shillelagh carrying Mike Quil and thermonuclear stuff against had been on the floor most of the ,alig to picture the situallqp
appears determined to continue each other. night before, pacing t nd down in Wa gton today.
needling the Democratic party--I If Mr. Wilson will contact the with his new baby." AccordtnSo this story, Presl-
a process he started at the last U.S. Information Service, he will dent oodge fell asleep one morn-
CIO convention. This makes the learn that its records reveal the Republican National Committee ing during a rather boring me
Transport Workers Union chief theI Communists qpent $1,129,000,000 Chairman Leonard Hall will soon ing of his cabinet. He awoke with
only CIO leader outspokenly criti- (that we know of) for 53 propa- announce a series of changes inla start a, few moments later to
eal of the leadership cf both major ganda. The Soviet Union spent his, headquarters staff to fill the find all the secretaries sitting .
patis. Quill has been sharp even $1200,000,000 and Red China hand- vacancy caused by the election oflM mently around the table and staring
with New Deal Democrats. ed out $1,400,000,000. The Easternhis -former executive director,.- A.at him, not wishing to disturb the
Mike now has one of the really European satellites spent $5 ,MO0.-D Baumhart, Jr., as congressman presidential cat nap. Mr. Coolidge
wide-flung CIO unions, reaching 000. I fro Ohio's 13th District. looked at each one of his cabinet
from coast to coast. It tecentlyl We invested pennies compared I 2e man slated to become GOP members In turn then smiled
absorbed the CIO railroad workers Ito this outlay. And this estimate executive director is Chauncey and said, "Tell me is the coun-
thereby picking up 50 locals in 13 of the Soviet expenditures doesn't Robblin of Maine. Since last try still here?"
states. _ke Inelude the milicnus being spent Marek 1, Ifabbins has been IReported Representative Yates:
The fiery transport worked leaIin tle U. by the Communist un- serving as director of personnel "After traveling to Washington
er promises to unecik a net lp6i- i6s here--who are slowly succeed- at Reulican headquarters in and talking to many of the rep-
tical action program at the rans-- ng I thfilltrating some of our anti- Wasngto. In this lob he has resentatives who have moved In
port Union's biennial convention in Communst labor outfits. Especial- been n charge of GOP patronage from all parts of our nation for
New York City on St, Valentine's ly on the waterfront and in the appointments as assistant to the the opening of the 84th Congress,
Day. There will be 600 delegates meat industry. chairman. I can report that the country is
from city transportation systems, -- The new executive director still here."
airlines, utilities, taxi groups, rail- Signs of the times are seen by served as secretary to the national --
roads. I.Rep. Francis Walter (D., Pa.) head chairman in 197-38. He first came Freshman Congresswoman Coya
Mike wants Independent po4tical of the House Democratic Patron- to Washington in 1932 as an assis- Knutson (D., Minn.) put out Vol.
action and is crintezmg cooperatnl age Committee, the same post he
between labor and the Demon afiiaW eld during the 1950-52 Congrem.
party. He says that this pcflIy lfWe "tells me that he now has a 300
"expediency" is not.paying off. -peent increase in the request for N EW comB t com nact a
-. ,-- -, iW as compared with 1952 nlrtj W CU mI letC a O;IpaC 1, 13J
Talk in underworld circles hints j- 1..--- I----
at another murder of a labor ofHf- Wplter Reuther' has been cross-
cial to lkeep him from talk'ingf "gA 44 oi tb country to explain skin
about the attempte.4 assassinatt ma*jh4W. e auto workers the ok'peta -perfect' in J
of Seafarers' Unidh Chief Pi. e; for increasing dues to alse
Hall. $25,000,00 strike fund, just in
S .-- case the auto union has to strike
Teamsters unibn president-cbe for the guaranteed annual wage.
Beck has his Washington aides pub-, However, the top auto union leader
fishing a newsletter which prints ers do not expect a, strike. They
the digest of memos circulating in are telling friends that one cf the
the national Teamsters' headquar-'m a j or companies has already
ters in .Wasbigton. agreed... .
Its record om prlictioas is good, -
as It is willing to a4dmI. InlIts own Johi Lewis -may be silet,but
words it "dropped. "few during, he's not been inactive He has co
19S4, bt. so did Wilie May;.'. Nbowvinced the Foreign Operations Ad-
It predicts that Preslat Eise-, minist ration to bov millions of dot-
hower will run again and that he llarn worth of coal and use it. In-
wif be rp-eleeted, "But the Demo- stealid bof ash to pay our bills
crafts will take the Senate and abroad.
Herewith And solution to Sunday Crossword Put-
Mfe It Sf puotahed today.
Adwer pr fmear, 3em. 1, *C qu jCHI-
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DUE TO YEARLY PIDMIC OP SMHOPPEWS
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like powder.. clings like foundatoin
w"li SevyS'. own skin-s.efsmiug LanoleA
A eeantj ^mdw twIatreatr, wWr' tChaep
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HOT SPOT-The eight of Al-
gerian nationalists to change.
the status of their country from
Uts present standing as an in-
toegral pert of France puts the
U. S. in a dilemma. Algeria,
three times the size of Texas.
with 10,000,000 people, con-
tains military, naval and air
bases of great importance to
ATs high command. The
Arab League seeks action by the
UN Security Council. France
protect that the UN Is not
eampetent to deal with the lmue
because It is one of domestic
Jurisdiction. Map also shows
Tunisia and Morocco, which are
Involved in the clash of Interest
between France and the Arabs.
'Lm Pat I. in Mi.
1, No. at her newletter to eme.
MitusAits just two days after taking
the eth f oflce. She calls it
Here are two ef her first .m-
"A'bit of drama before the
Presidet's State of the Union
mene gallery guests were
frisked for guns by some 300 Capi-
"The House chamber looked like
a huge Hollywood movie set with
flashng cameras, bright lights and
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