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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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RedS Renew Formosa Invasion
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Another ciUiian employee group
is joining a movement now In
its formative stages o the
Canal Zone to band a number
of labor iad, veterans' groups
composed" US citieSs mint
a council or congreg. to pro-
tect their members job rights,
and other rights a, citizens.
Steps are ow being taken by
the National Federatin of Fd-
enal Imployes' Local 595 toin
tegrte their union with a
group which was, formed last
week by four veterans' organi-
zations On the isthmus.
The move was prompted by
the recent Fanama Canal rul-
ing to r-grade. ten U. L. vet-
erans' jobs to lOcal-rate poo-
tions, ith the provision that
the men hadan. year in whirh
they could continue at their o
rate of pay.
The"new orfan ationw
Shas not yet decided upon a
name, wil be aop _
representlves of.e Daor
and vTe fit .pNw ,
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jou and civil NMghop
S ed prejudicial tfo ie e gWe"
At a meeting held u a
night, a.eFiPers off thl

to all veteran and labor groups
on the Isthmus.
Although Jaffray said the
idea was actually initiated WY
the four veterans' groups, his
organization had been discuss-
ing the need for a central group
for some time.
He stressed the importance of
all the. groups working together
towards a common goal.
A portion of the letter which
will be in the inall this *iek
to the various group states:
,"All of our org a. i ons have.
ben formed fo;rnme definite
purpose, thqewelfarV of thLe. vet-
ernm, of tle PananI Canal em-
ploye,,-r of the AuMad Forges
employee. We all ptlHeRout I.
g.tlmate aspirations which iIn
many cases run, parallel, and
in others, dlverp-. -
"Our- org '68tioE n" the
Canal Zone have managed,
through the years to pursue
these sometimes divergent ob-

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Sloppy By tops

(UP) A i4B-pound -mechanic
S with "miney toublesfailed to-
day in four attempts commit
S suicide anng
S-Wlliam co~over, t, fi7llHy
was overpowered by three police-
men, and. a sewage plant super-
Mclhael Herman, superinten-
dent of the Washington Bormugh
sewage plant and Patrolman
John King said they spotted
S Conover climbing a tree near
the plant.
As they ran toard l, hIm, n-
over looped a belt around hm i
neck and tried to fix it to a
branch. "
When he spottd the two men,
e j Jupend dw d a-

or et ards awa
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jectves with a minimum of
friction, ands a maximum of
respect for the objectives and
aspira&tons of the other fel-
I 'However, there are many
instandce in which the objec-
tlve of every one of as is
denial. It is believed that
if we as Individuals and or.
ganlsation nemnbs can dis-
play a united ftrnt, it will
work greatly to our mutual
* Jaffray said that the U. 8.
Citizens' Association will also
be invited to Join the group.
He said heo bqlleved that such
a Joint org ion should a-
gree to forward only projects
which 'are not contrary to the
objectives and aspirations of
any member bdy.
Yaffray also added that items
which might be leemned control.
venial among the, groups should
be avoided, and ithe emphasis
placed on objectives on which
the group can stond together,
strongly -united. Canal Zone-
In order to be really useful,
he said, a united organization
should not get involved in In-
tr-organizational disputes. ,
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Balboa Stadium
The Itt. Rev. R. Heber Gooden.
8.T.D. will preside at a Mass
Missionary Meeting at 4 p.m.
this afternoon at the Balboa
Stadium terminating a week
long session of the 35th Annual
Convocation 'of the Episcopal
Mtissonary District' of Panama.
,his service Is open to the pub-
- Officlatiig at the service of
Evening Prayer will be the Very
Rev; M. Richard MacDonald
Dean of the Cathedral of St.
ouke, assisted by the Ven. to.e
muel B. Shirley, Lector and the
Ven. Arnold Waldock,'Bish.-
Op'S Chlplain. The Rev. Mainp-
rt J7. Peterson will direct the
and Earl C. Keeney will be the
combined coyr of 200 voices
organist. e address willbe
delivered by the Rev Raymon4
T. Ferris. rector of Chrio
urch, Nashville. Tenn. and
former deani. of Luke's Ca.

Iowa Draft
Board Gets
Thank-You Notes

OSKALOOSE, a. --(UP)-- Most
draft ho a r ds seldom receive
thank ykou". notes from Army In-
ductes, but the Mahaska .
ty board Is an exception.
Since 1950 the Mahaska Counts
Service Legue has prepa r
nearl 00 going away package
or e draft to gy in
duetees or enlistees when Atey
leave for service.
Each package contains station.
ery, post cards, a ball point pen
two candy bars, two packages oR
cigarettes and a bar of soap. The
new soldiers usually lite a note
of thanks.

(NEA Radio Telephoto)
PRESIDIUM IN SESSION Meaars of the Presidi.iM of the Soviet Union sit in offilcal session to hear the resignation speech
St GeorrgiMalenkov as Prenier. 'ft to right (front)': La.ar Kaganovich, Nikolai Bulganin, Nikita Khruachev, Malenrov, and
ictienti Voroshllov. At far right in rear is Anastad I. MiL yan. Others were not identified.



rica, Feb. 12 (UP) Police ar-
rested eight Africans today for
attempting to spread a protest
strike on the D-Day in South
Africa's mass removal of na-
tives from white residenital dis-
Police Commissioner P. orob-
ler reported the' strike a flop-
and there was no evacuation
operation on the day set aside
for starting removal of 60,000
Africans to new homes. ,
Grobler said six youths were
arrested by armed patrols for
creating a disturbance in Sop-
hiatown and two others for at-
tempting to interfere with Afri-
cans wishing .to. work.
All was quiet in Sophiatown,
the commissioner said.
Opponents of the evacuation
had sent- runnrs- through the
native quarter asking Africans
to halt work fdr a day in pro-
Shops and factories .reported,
however, that work was prac-
tically normal with very few
absences reported. '
Police said the. next removal
would be carried out one week
from today.

Not Mioni U.
But University
Of Miami
University of Miami students
and officials are quick to criticize
anyone who calls their institution
"Miami U." They don't like to
have it confused, with the Miami.
0., university. -

KP Volunteer Deferred

But Heads list For '65

CT.CAOO,, Flb. 13 (UPI -
Th U. 8. AMny today, reluo.
tO&tly rejected a volu r for
HP *ty ia- pqt. his naam at
.top of ItS mS rerultin
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As Consultant

In Denver

wkoftng O his own U a coi-
sulitng engineer,1 h aid to-
Rftmg to rumors in Pan-
ama that he had been employ-
ed by the Tecon Corporation
of Dallas since his retirement
from the U.S. Army, Smyser
said: ..
"That's an old" rumor and
there's nothing to it. I'm in
business here in Denver, for
myself as a consulting en-

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UP) -
Mrs. Alma Hamilton tunneled a
75x40-foot basement under her
house doing most of the work
herself over a 20-year period. She
had to start the excavation with a
butcher k nife because there
wasn't room under the house to
use a larger tool.

Immediate Use Of Zenith's

'Pay As You See' TV Banned

9ey-^eft enitgh padleo Corp.
start immediate "pay as you
ape" home television service but
said It is giving the whole ques.
tion "careful consideration." '
The Federal Communications
Commission invited all interest-
ed groups and personsto sub-
mit their views by May 9 on
one of the thorniest problems
facing the government agency
since it approved color TV. .
3The commission sgid pay-as-
you-see, ,or "subscription," TV
should be "considered in a get.,
eral rule-making proceeding in
which all phases of the prob-
lem may be afforded detailed
and careful consideration." It
is expected to publicize the
proposed new regulation as a
first step.
Therefore, the commission
said. It would not be "appro-
priate at this time" to author-
ize immediate commercial oper-
ation of fee-TV as requested by

Italian Princess Maria Pia

Weds Exiled Yugoslav' Scion

CASAS, Portugal, Feb.' 12
(UP) Princes. Maria Pig of
Italy marlried.exiled Prince Ale-
xander of Yugoslavia in the ro-
yal wedding of the year today.
Maria, 20-year-old daughter of
ex-King Umberto of Italy, was
10 minutes late for the cere-
mony and was pale and nervous
as she pronounced her vows..
Alexander, tall, handsome and
30, was alms-tnd vool through-
out the 16-minute ceremony wit-
nessed by 400 persons inside the
tiny church of' the Assumption
and 3,500 other guests outside.
It took 700 policemen to hold
back the crowds of royalty, no-
bility and curious villagers who
thronged into this obscure Por-
tuguese fishing village for what
the bride's father called a "sim-
ple family wedding."

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on Saturdays... I think. Be- the fa
cause I gd to school on week- Europe
days." long v
The neatly-peciled note was honored
signed; "Robert Noreen, 7 1-2 The
years old." exclt
General ay replied to Bob- again
y: the m
'I am happy to learn that then.
Mou like the Uted States Army Insid
ause we Ire very proud of lo Na
Perhaps some day an will gave a
Sa soldier in the Army. I "Thi
so. Thoen te m ore tna- int o
ortt way fr a young man Ale
0sere his g nt. tar oA
"WhIlle I appml at Mpor of- He tu
t to tt m O' Sat.rays, I with.
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festive air pervaded the
The tiny, 200-year-old
where Maria worship-
s a child was festooned
thousands, of cameulaa.
a than 120 members of
st-fading royal houses of
SJammed the edifice, a-
with 500 other invited
d guests.
Prineess, trembling with
meat, stared again and
at her feet as If afraid
lUng crowd wbuld crush
e an .-Mlian priest, Car-
Idi, tle Roya chaplain,
a brhW amon an Italian.
s is ha solemn occasion
e o ,F lae, U said. m

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first. Then she gave him his
rIng. She made her responses
by saying "Sl," and Alexander
spoke his English, I"es."
IWfore they gave their res-
pCoes, they looked at their rev-
peie fathers. Both fathers
nodded a solemn, "Yes."
,'?he ceremony completed, the
church bells broke Into loud
peal, and 3,800 white pigeons
were released in the church
square as the bride and groom
walked out into the open air
under a bright, clear blue sky.

Amy rTesilg Guided

Missile 'ike' In

Nhohem Canada-
The Army is testing its anti-
aircraft guided missile, the
Nike, in the far northern re-
glons of Canada.
The tests are "to determine
the affects of extreme low tern,
peratures on the complex com-
ponent parts of the NIMe w p
ons 'system," but aa Army
spokesman refused to giWe
details on what may have
leaked in the first Arotie fir-
The Army first anonsced
last .year that the tat .iw ld
be held. They are being ated
out by ImUdlan sMin,
nel trained at the'1.
Guided MiOsS ; t es
uis. TMe.. ym aPa
ber of VU. KArmy i ni
at the aa.reI
sm E Ma

plie far peTm ace to etart a-n
merclal suWscription TV In
homes and the commission has
held a number of discussions in
recent weeks.
Under all the plans, special
programs would be -sent ovet
the air scrambled. Special de-
vices would be needed to un-
scramble them and those want-
ing the programs would have
to subscribe to the service.
Backers said the system
would bring, first-run movies,
sports events, Broadway mui..
cals and other special programs
to those willing to pay.
Most of the country's motion
picture theater owners have
Joined in a petition opposing
subscription TV. They have or.
oanized a "Joint committee on
oll-TV" to fight the applica-
tion of Zenith and others.
The whole problem poses
some knotty questions. If it ap-
proved the service, the com-
mission would have to decide
Mow much telecasters could
charge the public. Also involved
is a legal. question as to wheth-
er fee-TV might be a "com-
mon carrier" service such as a
Fee-TV actually operating ex-
perimentally more than a year
ago froi station KTLA in LOs
Angeles. But it is carried on
"closed circuit" wires exempt
from FCC regulation.
Under the KTLA plan, sub-
scribers pay for the service by
depositing coins in a meter on
thelr receivers.
Subscribers to Zenith's
"phonovislon" would get their
picture unscrambled by a line
from the telephone company.
Another method by the Skia-
tron Electronic and Television
Corp., New York, uses a per-
forated card.

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UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., Feb. 12 (UP)-Comug
China renewed its threats today to invade Chisn
shek's American-defended bastion of Formosa anM
pled with it a semi-official declaration of Chinese sui
for Russia in Europe.
At'the same time a Nationalist military -c in Formosa said the Chinese Communists arm ui
large ship concentration in the area of Natidnta
Matsu island, off the Red China coast. '
The communique said a concentration in
had increased during the past,48 hours, stepping
threat to Matsu, some 150 miles south of the
The Ministry of Defense added, however/, at
mediate Communist invasion was indicated.
And in Washington, high military offeals doj
that Red China wil make any full-scale attempt q
immediate future to' seize Quemoy or Aotsu lKaE
that the evacuation of the Tachen islndn is cmraw
The Washingto leaders had the
aodlbtheemmi ts s tiolona a hfCo"

QuetiyW' S.f6i JuSAt (*mt- planewt r
side the Cmunist mainlandone of th
port of Aoay, is directly opposite an oceagional n
,Formosa and is the island where but otherwise
the Nationaliste have their in the vauati
largest garrison outside the For-
mosa stronghold.. The aaunc i.in

But officials said a major
attack on Quemoy wouldM re-
quire a buildup of men and
supplies on the mainland and
moving airpower down from
the Shanghai area. Now such
buildup a (the mainland has
* been reported for the past six
months, Navy sources said.
The S"e Department an-
nounced t. Washington last
night that U.S. naval and air
forces in the Formosa area had
.nmnlm*t1 their tmlakr nf siat.ln

ping ra'o "eday
the world wilgedij
forts to abieve A,
the Formo 8
the threat- if a15
The United N
Council meets o
Western polIrsre
agreement on i 1anm
U. N. efforts fpr a GN
without dropping the,
China crisis frpm the
ganizatlon's aNmd.L

and covering the evacuation o The council .a'est
the Tachens. mine what can
of Red China'S i
"These U.S. forces will now to send del-A-1
resume their normal operations cuss the b so t.,
but will be alert to any concen- of the repeated
tratlon or employment of C ao- attack Formno -.
munist Chinese fdres obviously
undertaking to facilitate attack The man pbm
upon Formosa and will be pra-e ouncil was how
pared to take appropriate so.- on a New ZealuadW
tion if required," the announce- ceasefire
ment warned. at oh RusdlNa

The Navy assemubled under
the 7th Fleet epmmand of
Adm. Alfred M. Pride to belp
In the euseuation Is the great*
eat U.S. naval force assm-
bled since 261 ships were. used
in the Inchon Invasion nl Ko-
rea in September, 1950. .The
evacuation force included six
aircraft earlier with about 450
.airplanes, three cruisers and
36 destroyers.

wnhich emadnda
Formosa and b t..
States an ag.r,,'
Speculation wu
pnsldent Victor
launde of Per w
to keep the Chin
scrutiny and advle.
of any developmem4
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If I wejl halfway honest .1 would have sald' For s I
qorts of goo4 reasons, but instead~ wirtA this one, WVoh
ought to show him why, in the sorrlet. way,
More Important, the man was making lika to order
me another beer at the time, so I spun the chatter but a
little -

"We do have columns Sundays. There's Winchell.."
"What's Now York gossip, when down here we'vegeot
"And Drew Pearson. Shows up the shambles which
passes for policy In the Pentagon..."
"Try some Quarry Height. memos for size." .
"Victor Reisel gives the form on personalities pound-
ing away for power in labor's forward struggle in the
United States..."

"Preliminary boys. For main event fighters, watch
Ed Gaskin and Rufus Lovelady."
"Peter Edson explains the wondrous contortions of
U. 8. officialdom in Washington..."
"Wouldn't qualify him to explain the way to the obffee
*hop in Balboa Heights."
"So do something about a Sunday column,"
"If you insist." The beer was coming up. No moment
for argument .

Well, I drank the beer, so hero I am stuck with trying.
to do a column, like the man said. Sure hope it turns-out
to be a column. Trouble trying to fill the blank at the bot.
torm of the page otherwise.
Can always fill It out with human interest stuff, in a
pinch. Life's ups and downs. Like the Balboa tide tables
for next month. .
Seriousty -thoughr tot it be known this will be t
column with a policy.,

C Nqt a policy on every nameable topic, liae 'some
Ca.eanirs-pf the clattering keyboard.
Butilkl for .instance the doctrine .of. guilt by assoca.
tion. This column unequivocally declares it would rather
Ib. guilty by association with Marilyn Monroe than guilty
by association with Joe "Carthy. If this is dangerous
liberalism, so b.e 1t. Crede tklhoun will write us in exile.
And motherhood. The column makes a bid fort the
bachelor readership by withholding uroeserved endorse.
ment of motherhood.

But these are issues which the policy is,not dog.
matic. If thera.are those ao would rather chum.around
with Joe McCarthy than w Marilyn Monroe, I have no
quarrel with then. I.will simply try to corner a couple of
lickels writing up th0 phenomenon for some medical pub.
lioation. .....

The single policy on lih this Sunday column will
make doughty efforts to resoliite will e a policy of
trying to got itself written'6 time each week.
One such problem at i time is plenty.
Not that even this on -polloy is inflexible. Toere was
some idea of the column mAlng its YearT '
SBIkastesad I sat around .., gghtiuiW.-
n eer. and offering a .Iai st tthe'seuaat. dc*
celts he should write his i. ': '
Pledges of dunderhoado devotion in the years ahead,
and easily-found phrases of the sort. Formula No. 41me.h,
That was enough fictl"n for one sitting. The column
had to wait.

Then jt wa 4O8p if you don't know about the
speed at wtflufh 95 W 'ft the ground neWswise you
wouldn't be pressntil. engaged dJn filtaring th philosophy
out of this pastoral. So there's no need to go Into that.
And other distractions Jkept coming along, like the
100th birthday of the Pahama Railroad. A typical 100th
birthday. .
Wellwishers milling round, grabbing at freW ,4as and
burbling about the old days w' grandad woWrd have
been spry enough o ,breok their srist when they snatched
at more than their share of soda.
As at other 100th birthdays, there was the wonder.
ing as to how much longer the old follow would hold on.
No decent member of a centenarian't family would
permit himself such speculation aloud, of course. Unless
the old follow has various and sundry millions socked away
somewhere. No one seems to suspect this of the Panama
S So the railroad's immediate family loyally refused to
consider aloud that someday soon the old fellow might
have trouble keeping his arthritic joints rattling along.
Canal Zone without the railroad. Why. says the Bal-
boa Heights-man whose faith in the railroad administra-
tion has not been the same since they switched from wood
burning to coal, that would be as Impossible as... as... Why,
goodness me, as impossible as the Idea of a local-rater
being able to drive PanCanal heavy equipment.
What sort of heavy equipment?
Like, for example, those heavy 'trailers which have
been down there in the Corral.

Oh. And what are they there for?
Going to haul bread across to the Pacific side from
Mt Hope, said the Balboa Heigh.k" man.
'How has the bread been oe ..hgover all these years?
By tin, I Suppos. "
Trailer would 't2 be there would they just in case
somedn.&y.. t, |ik en n.afouple. ,4ears, there was no train
lo Itetl aeudauii sw g to a slight lack of
rat fdn run i,0Wl .*i no having pulled them
up? ,
SNothing of the sort, sail th i Balboa Height. man,
riffng through fond memories *4 ,^ Panamsa Railroad's
four-wh eled passenger cars. .

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ceautIously appo the antd a ae tohere.a 'p"d 9 S ee-,o h almost 2,000 eoUl
lean offciand-e t a. uttrla The rews "Slaao recent aduates have been appointed
removal, of a.' o ion i! was Hllaed-dl.sisa n' fu ahicht to New Yor .sta de tobs.
,oidld be fiffl& Tbt~q~lmw JJ,,M* df~ifsbinse &Myette^ relocate .
nary, 1K1, 4 Qmbetta and, in the ami o, of .Each January a "c'dflegq
The rei.ov. of anambett, wat decency, to find a site 4or .eh rieas' of civil service exaim
ahead, aid UI .tstue is .ll 16 totne of pbor iason Nausuman, held and permanent appontmnai
the basement of the iius6im of the *rca lt'-planner of the Sec. from the list are made follow
Nodern ,At.. e.waitingfl, n .b. oi! Empire. JAne graduation. The 1055 apuol
tion of a w- locatIon. 9ut it Wa HauasaisnUs's statue, which waf inents winl-be m.ade In the flie
not thought per to remove La- re-discoered only a few week. o4 counting, law library a
fayette until h new home had llago, has been awaiting a pedestal ence, e peering, chemistry, pl
n ond since 1913. ales, glogy and journalism.
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New Process iakes
Joi*ts Of (em n
Pipes Leok-*Poo
WATRLO, Ta. ; -A rage h-
looking ie Iveten d here
years. ago was le fit to make
possible the machine productiqal
of cement pe fro r t
to three feet in diameter.
Now, the firm .which make
this apparatus hia come up wta ,
a proces' to, make cement. pp
conneetio leak-proof, partiPeu r
ly. Imporalt when a sewer Ui
goos bear water supplies of the.
ol swmmiln' holi *d proved
danger of peution- '
Also, the new type of pipe, w)Och ,.
ean be made up to aix to, elihtn
inches n diamrt radlitmtr t i'
mold. J ust a iesng a tg.r thas
treatment lare now.ich uu y
required .fo remove witir &at
has seeped into such I )
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moldi,. Jst as sem larger than,
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'Want a bright red heart-shaped
Sfo our Valentine'. Day par.
a *d luscious and easy-to.
'W'ke isrplrse. If you do, read

inaed cherry Valentine Cake
,.(Makes 1 heart-shaped layer .

chopped cfierrlesi; mix well. Pre-
pare cake mix according to pack-
age directions. Pour into greased
1and floured Bqsrd-shaped layer
cake pans. ake according to
package directions. Cool 10 min-
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Cool thoroughly.

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1-pound, 4-ounce package cheese and lemon juice- beat un-
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cup chopped mara. gar, beating un well blended.
cherries, well drained Add lemon' rind and mix well.
10 cherries); I 8-ounce Frost bottom layer, top and sides
q cream cheese, 2 table, of cake with lemon frosting. Ar-
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Women tooK men's slacks
and shirts and made high
fashion out of them and
now Paris designers are
going to Papa's wardrobe
tor millinery inspiration.
These latest designs from
some of the new hat collec-
tions show the masculine
influence. A man's evening
shirt makes one hat while
a cuff, with cuff-button,
makes another. Even the
swallow-tail lines of eve-
ning clothes provide ideas.
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From Achille, Paris designer, comes this bwown .ak beret (left) -i tke qat ew mwtAs with
gold and diamond eou lff Unks. Matehing4Mbnd eurgs a s from T-e en r C t MWAMl *Baek.
blue and white chiffon tque 41aped oe'W w-tal lines (right) i fr the new i Fath
collection. A black logp n i6at th.ads through lamoad leaves from a. -.M.. bl.
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our own courage nla defend o
gaulnu [ aren't endca- values, Johnny's bravery In ed-
I statement fending his w apar to us as

S cause we
"do t e h ta fn

skies alone. It's brave. It's fine.
..p iaxperleace mr It'g aJpo very, very hard on him.
W O 1a.oll oy .w 9 low this. we don't relax
I ft = 007, to M soia point of view.
flthe pal happens to be We know that our young pilot
64fids it satfying to van- needs certainty of the aircraft
u school building, John- etriW waiting beneath him. We
mty may involve him in a know he wants it to maintalt its
E" experience with a ju. constant position so that he can
avail himself of it the moment Ms
., bee use his parents navigation gets confused.
ub wa to control his s, ',& .-" -- 6
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lod it by helping "- -
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t adult will appre- .
E r'e courage w In4e A 4.5"f:" ''
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Sthermostatically controlled l ise
MCH householdta t do you heattht does th. w
raite the most tiring? This Is also not the pereusr hel A
probably the job you lke to do the If a n at the Irai. i
least. If you dread a. certain rou;board leaves owmit had
tine, take an objective look at the ache, check the "lh)t g
assignment to see what can e room. Bright but iffeI
'daIe to make it eaier aand more placed t4 iv 4owid.
plean.nt. board 15 'ai ,reegt 1I 1
Ironing, for examle is, often room that ofes lbes
rated moat un ,n most either natur or- artiftal(w
:fatguing by-h.onemakers. Or .ady not be the ,bu t ar
we may like ironing certain ae kitchen.) In myhpo-- Ma
ides e and CoAddw. .ters an un.o leBo is a chee"h '
mitigated chore. A friend of st tdaytme..
e for example loves to iron Before .o sett. dwa l the
dold -e flt wooa d or emnaengro fa r m ea
Yop can reducep the physical r-tM hmses- Oaknd
fatigue of ironing in sever a i )eared- en er oMa u*
wayr. An Ironag. board of t h JIr/ th4Ided ; aies 7
Ifoue c-eight aCP Save oan, achfig, tioh e a tsar
akt or ssouldes.e it. slightly, ri t fr iie
thil ittair tde yoerg l and my maker lnmsk kn-ith er
ren ".I ayou er" o tad keI
old board forced me stoop as M; MIntes, care 1 1
worked. The solution was- as sim. t .
pie as buylp. a new bpard that. a ..n e thel "
could be adjusted to my height -d4h -g rat-ow
whether sitting or standing. Many 1 wf
% propch the' week's ion
it you can -train yourself to with oyis ,enthUslam. ttu
Iron at least sqie -, the clothes on th' rdl or -t2 tf W
while sitting dowp youll save records on.4thtohd
strengthb' If you prfer to stand kee Or !iB N,
~iin^dlodtfa oer. Su
matS 041W 1 rgB 2ueem- ruaer bow
are inexpensive and come in Your 4h: ti asW
bright colors and pretty .pattern. .woB'tl ie 1
the areaeeoraUve 'ddlflonAs
Perhaps you're pouring too ned c a asieoia a
rmuch. muscle ppwer into e jo.b. p .A
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Pt h 4e Decoratn' IVoes Go J/ang.

seems to get uner a woman's
skin at once., She struggis along
for moths and then suddenly one
night, her husband comes home
to a slene of emotional thaos.
His wife Is huddled in the'
middle of an unmade bed, her
eyes ptfy and red, her nose run- 1
ning. The kitchen Js dark and d
e The kids are heaven knows
Where. The carpet -Is unswept,
the marketing undone, the dry'
cleaning still In a spotted h6ap
by the marketing list.

ansi pag yine underiath th-
";p .l ety lothels. a It's open
~'~$ri l los Ad o ler pijtur of a
salla wife in a tuteful hom
her husband dressed in a hand it
knitted water, her kids inm PlNk-md-h t s iEve dlvered ba d %lU m E K N
maculate, play with some dcev-1.em wall 0 d are packed up in pakera tioer a=WW I&

I t any more. She wishes she had ,-b---. -
Sdoesn't like to play dress- the time, the energy and the wits
ea woman who's lost the to bo beautiful, competent and a. i e-d f i
be onme. i wise. She feels the situation is .[ilae l-"
VOW one is a while, likes hopeless. / an ,a e- 7 i
id the soer' attire of a1 I i
aI, Waret woman or oft She has no willpower for a diet .
attractive teen-ager and no time for thousands of beauty .
as the wildest sort o prearatlons. feels she's old ASIDE from voodoo and wild This is the make-up we wear far
Eatale. "My goodness" w ev.r ha g ben young. Superstition, the Interested ma- being out and about.
ql ever a husband'd e* And every word that she reads. lure woman ought to pass up no-.
beholds the hobmose makes her feel grimmer. Th 1thing in her campaign to enhance Natural indoor t ght
aem a to have married. wrinkles advance and she's done'her natural good looks, that comes In wondws e
tbinks l'| called at t nothing. She fears "they'll he, heightened version f the
weNrse tomorrow. Young this may get away make-up. Indoor l e
aen have a It should interest women who I with a dash of lipstick because bright and oe meu a d -a
S that ru a- ire familiar with thea super- their skin glows:and their hair more color to look ntu#a .
st unth&eaAB to n1wtht they areo ur is vibrantly colored. Mature worn.-
l sel o&It wetWeweep, gnash In should rely more and more on Electric h !
tuit and ei everyUmi sg is ut painstaklancare and scrupulous involved"
t eiw g.torly hopeless ir a day or two. assessmentof their good attributes. lowish t
m- r we do nte aler. th For this hanegh it may may appear.
aA-o 4b seem lIk a y ,peranlakity ellow --
j fye'w an may v w W" her fe ou n'a ed w
Smake-up to go witheUe lighting. 'blue
11.' their we w th ey help Almeet ewrve es does 'this to
Swe're some degs. arty brlliant Office workers" h
ia wthem.IWith eeld"dl demands unflattering Do
I mabq toon the gar- some of u, wh
dmkW`,= will stand knM w
aWW e break cle 5I ble.w
tblutes But m as n may want daytime
aes to eves n W matAching lipstick I .-
aem' m.se Ab, 4,

hite4 mur faces' make-up is OR
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THE growing number of inex
pensive wallpaper designs tha
pair up with matching fabrics pu
a reaay-made aid in the
ot the amateur decorator.
I think most of up have a certaini
timidity about introducing too ma
ny strong patterns and designs in
to one room If we pick a paOp

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SAN JUAN, P. )- As

island, oAR Puerto ic
ans are stayt ,oMlgratiof
to the state,., eut.frim 690,000
I'1953 t accord
Ing to MrW. PAetro k tor ot
the Enployment a ration
Dumneuhr thb.J.Dpartm 0n ID Lab-
or here.
The broad ai of Mrs..4bZo
and.hJe.ddeartlpW Is to ald'the
Puerto can wrtnment in
improving conppus on the
Island to the extent that
oly will Puerto Ricans w
to. Yf at .Jome but that so
e now in the States
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Seated In her office In
turce, the dedicated and
etic Mrs.' ,Colon talked en-
tcally aof her role In th

right le Inth
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r adorn the yard of the tren lafor this. whe occunOe d tb
310W 0104, High School. hilSdwho occ*u elbther bedm
S wi o th-A b O ." wn tale ner the actreeo
d *21o Medft- 7%0 m I &d Me t Cm under city bed WeC a n de W ylb -pti
obal, and MrW. t~ take It back for $2,600 in Miana ; orlson began a is the only way I know to be
lted Iuof la.t-Jo O contract dj tmov1 but ree ga". and neard.y as
14 14 o40.R l ornament. ,could t from under a an an mt empty box that
sift Almthe S M leO "F r of contained (strep.,ig p41l.
i TV.' AT1 2a ,& IMldthe 1 aplan Fe lthaIt itl etrn, the sta- Ma ftlety Miss Munam 0, began her
Sr. a u. 4- oe haf-ewate ia a astr. flola ls | career In vaudeville In 1922. La-
Rte. at the aeheol, hid. After aberal months at nego- ter she appeared in musical
....-Ina the b.eked games tiations, with&the tatue lying in eoipedies with quch star gis
.larto rieis SS ples,* o, 4t?. b the rtty Joe 3. Brown, d Wynn., frt
a g'1) side of the crate flu with A-Lahr and Victor Moore.
ofA. off *pvf..en'aldd monththe da rc -
t tbronsea' had today he Cabrini, only American salnt.

o M.-ld teaching over a dayet akn the
ma .12 (UP .geli Isn't here ,to "do something" to a not w eboul sad return It to
t a- more. TT little resortuwoao
tUB sndmnW. which resort owners pubsatl lafreou t ae t sp te for Bristol w
Sa with I ns announcing e Mounta de . is- dl plece,'thespoke-

mer. B hB Pl.gner. I l hs wnup and tho sBa t as to pull the little was done by Perlele 6usnmm of
.jm nsaid.". 1the mod." said Roy Rome, who won the prize for
r er oud cal the editor of the taly at the Viena cul them refu 'itwe

.,ehItr, Thelma et owners who l
t oo.9 wiot wasai nal- I ca i iml rd ated don't

a tidst~ Cornella P. 3tephenea eport in the late i0s when,
or eMSfoe tMie Wge o v rppek Pa e -ntono ."4ll frthe over or tHell bad th
Mrs. as -mad 3.Mar- B C h elS"St. Lee O*tenburgt ooln tieu ratun" haee re t to
i.tI whct resort wrl Ctbh un't foihre out just In Nw Yok,.a polnae, nho oru
SLith fln announcing he wa trying to do the Oax Oallery ild the statue
mueG S'l He' hal' .aown up and tu Da s wa1he to pull the little was done by Perlele" Salnl of
bes.wc to th, M hcr out of muTHE B" said Roy Rome, who won the prize T Qfor

sib C a ho aon an.Lose Sorrel, sther ce ters"1 ich" itor of the Italy at the Vie Sculpture
Trip431=. the Ean ition Van Horn. lan only a few old timers ever I IR e

Srhp chalumap, at g*pbleC which people who remember H is
a. -- Id.oorfos ha-sy m ysete r o pl iE ur of Mother

3n irar. De WiI, Presi- sa. InsuPtallatleon the old wean there reports swhent to ,----
0. 4t tt iS1. Officer of Emblem Club No. "Minion,.,Hell from over" or "Hell ba d.
M. 1M b2ltoalM o r-ItO Lee oltenburd bshe said they've prate hal U SENSATI

l htald eo. 40r of Em- eielie Joahns Edna Herthti o th. fu hr. t f O O M
Sert course I el- en Wentwoh, Mary helton., ickle, who above
S out tlhe WlUMO lls Leae Meaitanarl, Catherem t ie w w .. .ON .. . .
.Prlett Mr. Sta n mall, Ruth Davisa. atherine ..de trlto haves PU i s TE T i

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S ne mco fiber t the lotte Mary li Rn, patsy Rhode Island phlehbrates ts own THE T
I d0 lub. the Zoetine Mrso b r. aU bM, Mrr. ellAnn tber pendecell. Micy 4. The
rm' C. theann, ro tiam Pennock,. sl VaneHai Wa only's.fewoldlmerst state declared.
(1 st tweaoc Kors aude Rpoll and Ruth our-gh fer, toh the area g, "Hell" any-

agttpln ohe s ewnBaen. Al ii Idred Dyste. and Mrs. Declaration of Indepe w atlS l f in V 1.
p iia U r..To ERn n, we wife "saed ELKS BAlttn IECUNER lo e r
Metefiahamsa, at a. Ernblem Club U e which people who remember
The dles weWe ,pre l- gas Installaton the old weather reports ent to

e bofficerSUNDAY, Emblem Club P
a t.osu e o- AT- -NAZO Mich end rup b.ir.wBu
'- 52 of Cristobal officiated at the She Mid they've practcauy
om it PESr c i'" lnatintlon of officers of Bm wer.
b N. 4 of Balboa sbaere Aurd her tod fl at
at I.ilaowaeo.l MMer; jT.. heoan. Bupre e lsin a.e ks %.W .k... owCL. Reods
wmAike M~mca Road Iigeen alb l ikLlb o with eIrict Dpu; installed the ,-"Thon f OF K d.AY
thfP r silent, Mrs. 01tw 'Royuq e offpcwr and wassa listed by fs pwe a yoer hx
pr'tdln.Mrs Ryh Icorf d W gthi, Wlran. Mrs. Char- PROVIDENCE, B. I.-() -
B asd members of deth e uly, Mr Millne Recta. ode Iland celebratesIts ow , I
Sub. r the meft, M. Mrs. aty aplA, Mrs. Ann Idependence Day on May 4. The '
rwn, -rto .t9r0L.edMrs .a.-ssle Lo, Helen itandeaee e B r t i n two Oi A a oi
"'" i ,:Ptfo!. .. MTrP, l.. ,aro we,,Ht, Dotha COugher, nc ftt: Nftn 3:l sw ift of the O re
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Waste Destroyer. Kills
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Guarantee of Satlsfaction.
S 279 Central Ave.
Tel. 3-0140

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thing psstlhib" unless echirprbflle
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loa services In X-rays Surgery
tlodntic cad Children Dentistry
Fbpue: Panamal (21) 2-2011
for appoIntments

Phone Banama 2-95U
4th of July'4Av e No. 14Ul
turdys life to I:.9

FOR SALE:-Westinghouse Re-
frigerator, 25 cycles $125.00.
Zenith radio and Record player,
$50 00. Double mattress and
spring with Hollywood legs,
S50 00 Christmas tree decora-
tions, lights and stand. Other
minor items, 1576-A Gavilon
Road. Balboa.

FOR SALE: Eleven Venetian
blinds. Vqr;giu i slts. P949 Ama-
dor Rood, Balboo.
FOR SALE:-Quartermaster fur-
niture, automatic ironer, vacuum
cleaner, kitchen cabinet miscel-
laneous. 589 Bayano, Ancon.
FOR SALE Swedish dining-
room, set sofa. Rattan coffee
table, chests of drawers, trunk,
floor lamp. rugs, drapes, rods.
e'c Alterto Navarro No. 6, El

Real Estate
.7000 meters in Arratian. just
Outside Canal Zcne. Better house
started, port finished for living.
Waler end electrcty ', ardaen
cultivated..Fruitt tiers. If wanted
hcuse can be f nished very econ-
omr-lly. Peoutful natural pool
nearby Nice neighbors.-Post
low 2023. Ancon,

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Lnch, pident FT 1800.00) T- Wi t y Emrnil sso badth, No.
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Spre a var sl crtw against using "
seM-yearold Jame.FBy ARNO KRIETCRMER fThe. ebjid wider'! wowanta

colors of ta vy Club. ort Amador. them within city and town limits
Sbeen turning or a suni etingst an ent o
Snewspper for a year because anama and the Cana ery violation of ts law by Treen and red flame
ie has added Litw tle is- thi are r Dental do e lenten carni haveal speal orn e raer and o-caed table
y, bna aded aneo, leulerlal 3tidarr irn Wa Panamaton D. into fulook suing city for no e-happy cha ge. .

a tr oall, vco rcia- e Thursday fr a three- here and elsewhere in Germany a a get ri a vals
Lacnest. Dr. L h will b the have an additional headache a Inferiority complrs by

sbhis home include es as an oralt sreo e th a kd .exlodg a an el- u
p es a v ty s rp d yLrmer president o thee firecracker, the parents get the off1 wats i
Shis t Columbia Dental o. rap," the spokesman added r t
-af don it the There Is a law against usingals imf d"tele sr
Scolor bster f pa l has taken Amador. them within city and town limits-

Sof dentistry throw admit that not too much can be
ohas switched fromasm etg rn tnnae d b t wa with rele and u sr rise sargeetnw pid ed
wey eamnhlP0eanat and the CaaL the very violation of this law by sThese are green ad redaflm
Dtrit. nvt be nVenn, thousands of youths and grown-alled eas n ar
St sett ing hani the dingdhily InA. ple spokesman sd tht fire- (w seval s mmad -e gsls

Ferrpe does all the Writ-Illo be at the Hotel carad peas" d ear

d hsAicomeesp oknessm rsnlndh and,- (iswassp severalsm because for o
aet prfreea. Little sin- tios hareg. ius Iahis dental nde patrol ears have special or- or akenm as.c
halttisfor t, re la. e i. a s in Wrd owasngtD.ders to look out for no-oqeu happy
L o cTJbare he is engaged in pri- youngef.Weanevfl-s*ftg
ves o. Wr .tLe as an oral surgeon. It wea catch a kid exploding a wiho evaprntes.i m- llI
e a former president o the fireican racker,nts e parents get ethevahay sa -
puttngOdntt of Col umbia Dental Soiety arap, the spokesman addedre only tarhe the al a
serves consultant Prn dentstrye hands sufovernment offlrom the b r are

t eO s hDoordinator of ou terbAmerican premature explo.ion of a fire- ie trch as l ae.
l ebse hs ot+ Irs. LHe has takenantedc activelike are in prne anti d an a.t bse a W
sr 01 ao- -amovement, to advanpefirecracker campaign, but police ttea Sp teA
hwa "otdentstry Whal-V-admit that not too much can beAn] ltrwthnt a- cue foe
r by" award, the world. HAmericved as vicental done to stop "that nonsense" al. ids their sale.
eJohn S tav eema rd elety of the federation. ustoether. To buy "lec hens two" explo a ves

aC b in the le Tlatuue Londnon shd Lausanne. Switzer- sives were toucheeroff Umes btl "up dt $ worth of firv-
I 11t ater for Neraskant land, and has lectured exten- Thelawuforbpdraisef t in worka to topo It or hense party
deawers. savely d n fTouternatlnnale f r esom .dt was with relief nd surpriseor
SPt 1947. to',953 and wa an official that Frankfurt newspo many peo- ce nt ba al

S A R ND .e,*byit-. (UP1-p that it would be hopeless to .
St 1rn d sele r t the IrnternatioMal recentlyo "ta the lan ew Year' let W ati i

SDeCtoK ong. passes inr Vienna., ph e art ter nivalAmn' ,yo m e- .a
.s hr.e. so tho e and st oa iLondon. events. i e auaies from fire. it l" en *e ma
-. ... int HeIs fellow in dental sur- works have been reported." start slew b d. 'din ear-
shattering asupen Wim adqr
..tors et ter eryol the Royal College of Sur- works to top off hs house party bag" cracker
1meto omSercl Ieona o Englasnd and, holds This was surprising because f aor d Ala frghte nore cpas
atrt pa,. r, ,,,, ,, onrtry.membershipJh dental the past seven years In thee

S-- .. el i taW^ l *- e All
S e t rtmas u S tth ruoutCentral and er era before the 190 ur-e ll roupof
Valenticzeufr t e vhs anSo ._ A ea well, as those rency reform[ now am could hbuy; Zr
lita itefr-'onle laivrsAo-o Dr. f Landc Norway. any kind of fireworki there der ad O .t
--at .....r. Lynch is a former presi- wasn't a carnival season without emJrgse'ey quad,
dent of the Pan American accidents, neat amusement
cdntlonsu cal .Society and w a a Burned hands were only the w'ich musym exflrta
OT RELATU D I coonsutato r dentistry to the Ughter wounds suffered from the'af,9eh to pra a o
.....eb A..irs .ehas preaqnted clLzdes cracker, and tor-off hands and belo vt y th ",
john- eav. ..e.mer.. i-. clety of Europe InRStockholt, usual, especially when bigexplo- the average aptolvl add0wtt ome-
a bll In the legis laeLondiond ad Lausanne..Switzer- ,ives wer touched wo t pf spw,
Seaster for NerasansI land, and has lectured exten'- The law forbids all fireworru in works to topo 1edj1M a aidmen-2
beaver. sively In South America. I residential- communlites, but. poi- tf .at. h igaid, plems
lice know that noise-making hasZ.nerinth. ,
.ow ON QUEUE, become a habit with so many peo.Bsaid.
$.m ~wa IC ,RMOND. KY-- (UP)--pie that it would be hopeless to-
TONI I C :A ticket seller, e. Elizabeth Me. try to enforce the Iawt a: the let Waft Me'tor
111ML'== "A= someone ask. 'ow ,ff .nuhdoes a Some cities,. lke Regensburg On Yo.r
l p"-9 UR0OAW16N up and saw a cow second in line, explosives. IA five *M, p ac. -M
to.But the c c s lu.g pvemnty reat .r To The MO
n __ w .-Gs LO Want to see. th mviadstrolled i ,ons.
away. causing. a. traftf. jam on.' .. SE_ A_._._._(_,--' Ad-


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Automobiles Is your hair straggly. . too Io
,.. .since your last permanent
FOR SALE:-1955 Pontiac, prP- Our professionals. Hesel legal
vale owner can make good deal and Gene Trader will sh9pe,
on sole or trade. Call Curundu short style, shampoo and set
3220. those woebegone locks for only
$3.00. Genell Bliss Cocol eou-
OR SALE:-1949 Chevrolet 4- ty Shop. Navy 3812.
dor Sedan Deluxe. Very good- Mei -
condition. 759-C Barnebey St., DR. WENDEHAKE Medical Clin-
Balboa 2-4413. ic, 209 Central Avenue, beide
Copitolio Theater. Phone 2-3479
FOR SALE: 1949 Oldsmobile Panama.
Convertible. Rocket engine, per-
fect c ioon, excellent rubber, Package tour to Bogota during
$650.00. Clayton 87-7223. February! Only $12000 gives
Syou round-trip passage, airport
FOR SALE: 1953 Austin 4- transportation. two nights in lux-
door Sedan, black. Excellent.Con* curious Hotel Tequendama, sight.
edition. good aDoooeoraoce. Mexico' seeing tour, ticket to real bull-
Avenue No. 52. Apt. 6. Tele- fight, with world famous bull-
phone 3-6297, Panama. fighters Aparicio. Pedres, Giron,
FOR SALE-- 1952 Morris O Cicuelo II. Call Avionca, Pan-
ford. Colle Balboa 1214. aent 2-2956, or your travel details.
gent for details.
FOR SALE:-1952 Customline SA E-
Ford W/Foid-o-moatic, radio. FOR SALE
Phone Clayton 4147.
FOR SALE: 1954 Plymouth wbeellaneous
Savo Sedan. 2door, tinted glss FOR SALE-Underwood electric
thruout. foam rubber cushions, typewriter, twin beds, Veneltian
undercoated, $90 00. heater, less blinds tables ,shades. 31956.
than 5 months old driven less _am _blindstabsshdes.31956.
than 5000 miles.-J. S. Skin- FOR SALE:-GOLF CLUBS -
ner. Jr 1539 Mongo St., Phone .Complete set consisting of 4
2-3203. matched George Sayers Woods,
S SLE-1941 mouth. 2 and Tomm Armour matched
FOR SALEno1941 Plymouth, 2. Irons Nos. 2 to 9 inclusive, Put-
door Sedan Good condition. Apt. ter, new golf bag, shoes size
8 No I, Peru Ave. _____11 i Phone Curundu 83-3270
FOR SALE.-1950 Buick Super or can be seen at Quarters 2053C.
by original owner Radio, new FOR SALE:-Piano and bench.
seat covers. W-W tiros. S850. Venetian blinds. misoellaneus
Con be financed. AIb. 2241, items. Call 4-185.
FOR SALE:-1953 Ford Tudor FOR SALE: t chrome whee
Sedan, two tOne reen. W-S-W, rims, '$7.50; 7 60xl5 tires and
turn sinals, $1 100. Balboo 2. rm d
1859turn s.nls, $1100. Balboa 2- tubes, $5 00; 6 mahogany chairs
$4 00 o.; 2 gross rugs, $5.00'
FCR' SALE loutoss) ........... each; 2. Venetian blinds 3'xa',
FOR SALE:-Dodge Commander' .J-1 00 each.-3-5136.
our exrra tires. Call lo, phones FOR SALE:New sh o
2-0600 and 3-168 Simmons mattresses and sprlnga.
FOR SALE:-Moke your offers Special 20 percent discount of-
Good transportation. Good rub. fer. European Furniture Store,
ber. Recently overhauled. Ply. Central Ave. and 21 ,t St. East.
mouth '59 Sedan. Hassine, Ave.
Ancon No. 15-68. Apt. 5. Sun- H W
day from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Hep. ntedr
FOR SALE:-1953 Pontiac. 4- W/AMrn

FOR RENT:- Completely fur-
nished one bedroom ooortment.
fesonable. No. 5 50th. Street.
t. 34797.
FOR RENT-Fumished one bed-
room apartment. 48 St. No. 3.
$75.00. $70.00 long terms. Go
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WANTED: To rent by American
SEkocutlve a two bedroom house
Ie El Cangrejo. Phone 3-5848.

C. E. Scientists
Analyze Noise
Of Earthquakes
- Eathquakes can make. Doise,
according to General Electric tel.
They say the most-common "is
a low and heavy rumblag noise,
h deep booming or low moaning:
a roaring or a crushing grinding
Noise." Some earthqusaes sound
like the roaring wind, or a chim-.
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DES MONNE, It.eb. 12 -
iUP, A bI .do bombshell-
television's buxxor Dagmar-hit
the staid Iowa LeRlafiure today
and it probably won't be the
same again.
She dispensed Winks, kisses
and wisecrack to the laWmak-
erx. and they loved it.
Dagmar, appear" g at the
automobile ho W IM n place
of Julius Ltaaoi, wp4 left cam-
plaining of belrIUlbgan her
day by breezing in tn. e gover-
nor's press conference r .
"Good morning, .-aweetle," She
greeted Gov. Lee 4. HoeRh. kias-
lng him soundly yid running
her fingers through his crew-
"It feels Just like mink," she
The statuesque beauty was
dressed In a tighb-ffx ttr char
coal gray sweater, ray skirt td
black pumps, a conceion tp the
subzero weather here;
"I had to cover up for Iowa,"
she explained.

S' as ,ho1 o
a bit of trouble with the upfer
chamber ever eome appoint.
ments, apted her So sprp "a
little harmqny aid ood che."
Dagmar Instead wnt first "to
the House of Repretentattivsi,
where Rep. Clark McNeal intror
duced her. -
"'rom time Immemorial two
subJects have como up for -ds-
cussion--sex and pobtics," Mc-
Neal said. "You gentleman know
your politics. I'd now like to
have you study your other les-
on." -
b Dagmar. gave the House mem-.
hers a gay greeting and bestow-
d a kias on Saker 4rthur
Ranson, then bounced out to am

Pto.for PhfP OW &nd ,?te
Sthe great apan l, cown-
features in his wcSrW
Of y the music Ot Br 012
on and Lit, many of'whofa
cott will be played at
the, concert tomorrow,'but also
te well known as well as the
4eor known selections of Al-
Denh. Grmnados. De Falla. In-
faifte, .ttrna and other 18th
ceBtut 8Spanish composers.
The pianist Ls said to have the
most extensive repertoire of
tsnlth music of -any contem-
pofary concert arUt and in-
clfb i. h o s reoltals, many
adamations of his own which
have been published and record-
Admission to t hr'oncert Is
one qillar. and ftty cents for
students. There sl ne hane for
military personneL IMitary per-
sonnel and their families, and
the, public, both of the Canal
Zone and,&Nh-&epUbll of Pran-
amp are curdlally Invited to at-

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WARREN,. N. H. -R -'
The citizen d'of this mnd nearby
sman comnimntii certainl'ap
predate hivig a door wouWd.
When Dr. and Mrs. Jami --Xi,
ney came hbre to sottlM recently,
A n orsn atteJ
Among the .ls .pressaWr tM.
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rorea, ilvhip-dining room, kitch-
en. on enenral Jose de San Mar-
tin- VG6, downstairs. .


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'i 0s, 10th Stret. PhoAt 1386,

FOR RENT:-FumriuJ oprt-
mani: 2 bedrooms, giving room.
"W lknm. Parch, 2 bathrooms.
thtStrat.No. 27, Bella Vista.
FOR. RENT:-Apartment, living
4ern1 one bedroom, modern con-
veniences. Apolv I17 Via Espa-
Pc upstairs. Tel. 3-0502.
FOR RENT'- Nicely furnished
one bedroom apartment,' other
Conveniences, hot water at "El
Cangreao," $75.00. With linen
$800. Call 3-4644 from 6 to
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S o ~ "srIet' s thher A ' W' sb
S ,,,,, e C at floor. e a en u t r G ..... I-
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Na I .on; .U0. Ne fo' .< t an. A.. C eone

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d n-rs *hdon ith 1 *... fand0 .. il ana ig- M ilyn oMr o In e ore t.t .... Dan Dl.e
L UMs Bh, MromntAe ..l, f tal e VeDo Vey ea atgro houk.
tlWS53N.SSbfl oMs'Pn. cania Ud Ta Ind we 2' 3ll 'IILf K Jug, a swn an intoonrdedc

_d-o leo .-. a. me'.s wheCtel. Onrr er r.ater o ogh Midrde Ihl

3tLAn fK IhNP hte onuetmo. *mr Calif . Cry Grant first
*bitp tb nge m Ot. .._.. weeU t o _. o ?Mrer: om In ir- o
snpo,, r,. hesert__ *eoe ima musicals. He warbled
fi:leres .mInie. n- D Alien "Polly"
re d, eames, Kay etrdDoro DaD ttto v eJe lg ete eAonalde in ko
tied o ;l.b .e.Bernieslirganbd aIb luerher now r. s n oe
*io gff -ff c flcet 1 :re; ts mall iPhe ...y r ReynoM; but In her suced E
---.la.-es ... nc C-she oays she wrote only ~ Gl -
Sff M S a fa d o no tithes fHll l per
bl a e 'o e stl ,ro"t er aom mlu i n g t h liAWo a &e n u ry a s- h m o viftors .nq1 S a. .. .t .heD eg ot pf ir dst re a k
S-r, s .a Vl Datnone. .. B other salsry.to the Morman
*LAr f&c- L DAWN church. Her grandfather on the
Sw y*'"*' ^ .DAW APDAME the p1* .1 (i sptig side lsis6p WWims
SL Ly .... .. e to ckmr"s o th M"r-
J. -s-sit;! inSAhe soc .l cha irmaa", Tl h ILa u Har veO SSed as
S.iAg-t orpas. -r. eAlbroolf ertler hee er Wiv RUI Wrs her I beci o od BintL B h RYMOiE' e a-m
shaain wl.. r..l bold to ere 1 hwrng fqr Mame R.se r. gtlre 'irwh,. ftnsh rote a is etry
SR err' o .Antti~oornthly luncheon and q~uartrl enaa M tws aerlteodi Retrdf fl bubus family
'at --wll, te lbusllnssm O'Al i Jradoi* about
yr-- -f uz" 3 years, Mcmb6ra- i atlmn Jbremia.- Ke-.-nan Wynn. ......,. te U.rrynJr~ad'e Drew
blid ^ J -- w iwdded
i .,-w --.. .y g" WK Ma', L.-- hkera at Al- Dorothy Dandridge is "Dottie Itk.".
Dandridge WoV brIt.U
bTrieble.. P.,, brook h1S. .an to inUtima . tlhter "Jl---
At t tir lo@ftarS tt Mrs edl Wia s if llams' wIctmiul t ia a tie1. plejb. reroa e li the nw honorary
torneI eI the w hav tBi hr s r -
" 3 vi es ,a- ...e Ofmesr_. at 12.n malluetin he BmF coh i ... no i yof Serm-an Oak, succeed -
Sa thel^ in^ lw J e cf^LSS"- filan ryl Callwoun oach ouiated a atbellIng Gale Storm. (Drdam up your
u, ,1 ti'e 1' Ripol, ,ollo0 fio- oe acL an esIth crne at own joke.)
up p i '" ile and A.speclt In -'Ilk- aHendy's Iro Works In Santel CI-
S other oxa .t..d RumeraI-u twh. aoenk o the hi- ra. Calif. ji mnn Ford H Bow one of Hrly.
te 41 teY7B o' te.natonal arnval woOd's best dressers, says he de-
MOOn ueSd"Ina:00ewoenly die p
dn ;. 2n d -'. b A" "lub tl o 'ostumes. *eheduint ot sadd- Clark Gable celebrates a qoluarter Ubertely set ut to be one after
t i o ul erora to hl of a Dcentury as a movie star ln l*e met the Duebess of Windsor
Vie,]1 nnone.' c-to,,he ,,rmon
o ,.. tie carnl -e o. ,w a ier, of Fortue" thl r. tell ears. o and she told him:

f emn," t l e o on wFel 1.
As ig the sial chaI The Laurece Harvey named as
S.i Hern, wit rra e- Shelley Winters brp tht he o-repond t he divorce case
Sjnts will be hostses .rs, was a*champion erasher'at Broad-Lbetween British film queen Mar-
Lo.raeiRoberoM wll h e 11gngwacamiherta a whoy-stoe-astor
SLoh M shows durig hr lea days. garet Leighton andPublsher Max
pttit. Mrs. May .rown. Mrs. At temlitoai tme, she would lRenkandt, In aodoa, is the Roim-
SLaneUe Logan. )r. Helen GO-I minge wth the playgoes in the eo in the new British version of
h ie. Mrs, Beatrice Pozos, Mri y and the walk into the thea- "Romeo and Juliet." He also
rbeMB i i Itoi A Mrs. Teddae ter I -she.actuallo had a tiket, played- a bf. role n the rer
Sb lrrauto, ays heb le: I ever saw the film "Kijl Richrd 'Md the Cru.
.. ...aeof s act of upllue
Att* Med ofl ssocitatlon of th

*J7th tai at the ovaI CENTER :TEATRES TODAY
-Cwnmormd wamo igbtory hb Panamas __ 0
oin Tueday at :00 .m. i
32,0e11ented w : "Manic-de-' Dmad o'colIo= an*""RACING Batow .k"
a tlehvee, eSfs and Slyndromes' ,9." ,

en&tS r1 zmegna Clubl-No* 4 .
I -; bY r.c 0 B.her ut a ,d "letr, 'Tranl aoss The W1e." I .
-~tI'Ppy' by Dl.cesar Q3Al)uft'
OK A buffet dinner preceded ,l Ca k "Tc 'r su ,M'xs ot o .e w n -af'
: .d- p1m.1nle regular meetI
acrnmotafgr-. tend --"Mye out lnd haal *Bit o .N ai aK
tei. b .- "PUSKHOVE X W..

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j IN Iml- at h Inter-Amercn Woen's A
a with SheMhadClut Hospitality. Committee, in- ...%r.Osu,,mu
Um Loui Rem, o-t1s aal members to att ged IW i .aompnA-- I he'divorce case
LorrinepfmMs. M N waecl Wlows du at the homg ofMr. r'ea Te. Pettit. Mrs.mayrsA- Int GolfdLn iteRo

ble emeet at cub heade',as- an thft "al : -.,.mo a l.- Ha

orM T lOsto*os t S. ," end hdadrolIteWbathrlnl

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'THEIU' sOmets4 1 ab out
some wo eS ,el -r r ner of
walking thta m e sto i
seams, a.,0 OMt* ght. 'These
distressed creature .end a a-
jor part. of th er day
around .th.e rA e to s
a seamrp ,i about i:t*
Sealo kiless nined .te
jegee that they could flag
wor kind of. nt-too-fanay
seamless aose.
So they bad thber cnolc of
string with seams on dressy
stoe ogs heing comfortable in
ve0 a tey fth t was i ,16d-
sh or sil t lC
SeaMiless to ng f rers
are now 0 In
such varte at tie antiseam
lactio fan ae a whole ward-
robe of ljaclr torte.
For lbv very ban Shoes of the
mule dslgn a sheer sn-
da1 Looets In the emled modls.
For ev ]_e a r, there are
For wm u.th d d oled pumps,
there a, seamlesso styles with re-
inforced he, an. oes. These
art deslgnd so that non of the
reinforcgeb shows above the shoe.
For da whosp .work means
stocking rnM every day, there 's
a seanlos mlcrotv sh.same
have a lockstitch that 16oks
sheewer, yet s 7ueM wel.
Fo those who Nlke knebigh.1 ,
there are eagles stylea, e.
too. And for those who yearn for
real durabIlWt, seandless In serv-
ice weight are available,
With all the variety, the seam-
less fan need no longer lack a
full stocking ward4robe.
A customer asked Tom Holden,
manager of a help-yoursef. go.
cery, for tree onas ef cold beer.
While HIden was in the refrig-
erator get t i n g it. somebody
slammed the door shut and hel4
It. Holden hammered at the
door. When he finally got out, he
foud.that, ..whit his customer
really had wanted was th cold
cash in the register.




er kt"a a s.leh s W
bg U1101t A -i19
csctei. wlbtl di6ris jiof the
fight It took mother to it this-
eBse to'osp water. And ik.
a puw,, he .snkt. to.o rol in
the r to rnhimse h ae e
f being dean.
then is a great help to another'
morale, though hle needn't be spic
and span all long. But some.
Uims, de wodes W it's worth

The batd disappears if the
whole family will take a small,
inconspicuous doors of psychology
out ol the closet along with
-towls, brushes and. soap.
Sonny wants to be libe his
father. Give him the ch a n e e,
Buy him an inexpeilve. durable
shaving brush and let him work
up a good lather In a basin ln.
You'll t a iean muzzle, oven
If the line- sI l 'clings about
the eyes and ears.
Don't expect him to take to a
tub with many cries of delight
if Daddy homers. Tubbing is sis.-
sy, if father maks great splash-a
Ings au thumps b eh In the
shower curtain.
You have two choices: Get,
Daddy to tub (an unlikely pros-
pect), or let Sonny shower. If
he dishes In and out, oenulating
his sire who scarcely gets wet,
try tids. Stand him in the tub,
soap him well all over, or In-
ipect to be sure ha'4 soaped. Then
elose he curtain, tun o n the
shower (cold first, 4 course)
and tea him to get the Poap off.
He'll be delighted, and eleoan
Letting him have thbq same
bath tools as his father may be
a smooth bribe to using them. If
father shuns the wasbcloth, let
Sonny have a brush like the old

And if ev t e h.-i fb. l Put

himJohn Pi4trirk.

iThurday, February 17th.

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The victory moved.
rTroops into a safe 'fl e
lead over-second-padeeo..t
AFB in the Panama AI u'Fo
es baseball race with dtbird
of the season (10 gam .left.
A small crowd at & f_ I
Friday night watched ,. lei
calmly handcuff Claytod,-on
hit. Catcher John Burne jrtck-
ed on a curve ball In I
Inning and sent It out Fil* the
right field foul line for tI* l.-ir
safe touch off Miller. .
It was the Troops' Ol.rd
straight shutout of olayto the
last being a 4-0, no-hit ;w r-
piece by the same hurler., Mler
now has a 7-1 record.
The lanky rigRt- l
only one other man bae
- Andy Grusm on a walkR A the
eighth frame and fat~led 13
to lift his strikeout totefiak 'w
Innings to 95. 4 .
Troops touched OClaytk.'th-
erd Steugha tor oI~tljthltB.
including; a double, an Oti/gle
by thirdbassma Mike uvera.|
All the Troops muns two In
the first and thtee in the se-,
venth were unearned as Clay
ton committed seven errors
Yesterday's card had Troopq at
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PLEASEl-Jdiana's Don Schlun4t finds his 6-0 frame
badly fits into a phope booth on campus at Bloomington. It
doesn't fit into the opposition'sliray of doing things, either. The,
, Hoosler star hasu better than 30-point per game average this.
S " le mson. '

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14-Pumas vs. Palomas
15-Cqnejos vs. Macaws
16-Palomas vs. Ocelots
17-Conejos vs. Pumas
I R--Ocelot vs. Macaws
21-Pumas vs. Ocelots
22-Conejos vs. All Stars
23-Palomas vs. Macaws
24-OMelots vs. Conejoa
25---Macaws vs. Pumas
28-Palomas vs. Pumas

Mar. l-Macaws vs. Conejos
2-Ocelots vs. Palomas
3-Pumas va. Conejos
4-Fastlich vs All Stare
7-Palomas vs. Conejos -
8-Ocelots vs. Pumas
9-Macaws vs. Palomas
10-Conejos vs. Ocelota
11-Pumas vs. Macaws.
14-Palomas vs. Pumas
15-Macaws vs. Conejos
16 -Ocelots vs. Palomas
17-Pumas vo. Cbnejos
18--Macaws vs. Ocelots
21-Palomas vs. Conejos
22-Ocelots vs. Pumas
23--Macaws vs. Palomas
24-Conejos vs. Ocelots
25--Pumas vs. Macaws
28-Conejos vs. Palomas
29-Macaws vs. Ocelots.
All games start at 4:30 p.m.
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1-Rose Hip
2-W.elh Fox
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League HolS

_Holds F i
Fasfilch Loop Starts Seeend ;
Half Tomorrow PANAMA AREl t
I' Armed Forces Bas$ I
Monday, the Pumas and Pa- STANrmed Forces .
loma will start-.the second half ". 1
of the ieauma .Wt, .Ol"lM Teams W .L. *w.
determine, otpin PIS 60. Troops 16a 3
( 'win. oth ttdor ave played cAlbrook AFB 12 .74
ewd ball durnith fe ~ hRlut .'Ft Kobbo 11 8 a ,'
out have h ad a len Y to blow. Ft. Clayton 9 10 .
htt and cold, and have thrown! coco Solo 5 14 .: 11
some golden opportunities to tl e Army Atlantic 4 15 12
S" wind. .
The Pilnas, playing up to' RESULT FRIDAY .
their 1954 form have defeated Special Troops 5, Ft. C(&on-0
the beat in. the league, but just (Standings not Includig
Don't seem to be able to keep Saturday games). / .
hot for more than one game. GAMES TODAY
Oxf the other hand,' t.r2 1oI Open o Date. TI
Sl at he prese.4n a t th GAMES WEDNEDAT
41 hottest team In W.,ha'_! A. Atantc at FL Clayton '
Ing knocked oftf0han.ti (2:80 p.m.)
Conejos In thel-.lt'~ (2 ops) at Coco Solo
IngL (2:30) ", 2 ,
.n.a .1 Ft Kobbe vs. Albrok AFB'..
Barber ,will start for 30, Clayton Field). .
mas with Snodgrass do a~ Untouchable Gail Ml 1 He r 0
catching. For the Pumta, swamped Fort Claytob- with I
or Loveledywill .getatetie40l% speedtalls and sharp-tirtfthig
Webb doing the receiving. curves Friday night as -o
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SW A. a. 102x-Ina 8.i mromantica o 10 VImteytaes.
o thd e cdeeI..

3. Darlo 105 -Would p Odds 10-1 tr WAl r .1^ 1iCm
.c of0Theadeda ,

B~e6 Jailtrte$ 4% Fas.Purue: $3 PM$ elees: 1:15 aeWaif enhance thei
Sepend Race of the Di* chunzt.'s chances because 2
L. Giral. 115 -D5es t' t se 15-1 Amoro, Lexen and Relana t-
1 0 .-.- her-ms tghe w
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RGomes 118 -i4to, "vev .o 41hepdrl r o=s I
A.RA. COne. r107x -Good 3-1 manwent. Amoto returns from .3,
or.ul 10 -R 1S 3-12 a. 2 m e layofI and .i reported U n- .
V.castl. 11o --ood'ng tolt poki -binth esoart- e-dGo.dno. .I.

Mtre Rey R. oDx-a r -wd wl l ods-Iek 50-1 !Uden rn w lat week and "n-Lei.
..a 118 -D i stanc t f 3-1 ,wth *' i Agure on rer babehin mteO --, -',

S._ -Rfl e',mpag o fi sappointed last "-ve--e '. 0. ,
g N.v % FsPUre:8 5N Fpe elss: 1:45 L tehn the rac.
dseONE TWOrevous sek.
pa A. l 11 --Di ld 315-1 ,- AMMPLoxen and Ran- ,1-DevN -Ls
B .-_Seye. 1120 -R-_ -.t.2 5-1 I SoU are A er routs- loverie sd '
0-.u.. l. d 10 od zO., 510-1 iw1h..l dirput te m -ar-- "
__ GO R.Gomez S1820 .4a_ 2.1or oat heue--i atoda y ---'s q "

XC O. 110tuira101---Good. M. 3-12 ot tho m ument form return 3- rol -
f to Godr y 106x-In antthe W1 iS 0 1 32 alew tyf twandUB laei?7Ino
Utto V A: Conm. 106x-Utually clb up t 5-i g. ran Count h not F
Matru J. -raveo y 110 a w.- ellg lkrm 3-1 at driven herself against -e week andB
9 .- f his d 31 i,
aee "0" NattMy % Fgu. Nns: $7S.M PMe qieuus: 3:2e wIll ride RO1*pafi li im Sar 0.
QUINIVLA r VIrg~io Ca hd 15l One-t' h
UM. AlMenR. 118 -Novri ve 1ght 1deper 4 a deroueo Jr. s e the callg 1 l

Jo Sanv 118 -Returnscft bay 31# 'w aboard h ersal n nwtrBs wiln ---alle
1.. .--Rat ,. mU.edo que Ippo scheduled lto3nI -.

Tor S A. Goasa. 107x-Dangerpus' eotItmr 4-1 Ten other "hard to-plek" rales '-.flSn -bo
oero G. Graell 118 -Hard to bet here 3-J are included on an excellent pro- 1- 3 -.t
nola .NaA. Yieaa 108 -Rutes outside chance .15-1 ram. -.tNaraSao $2i
h Ye e m K out-xclud i
L A. Va.s. 12 -Sho Vld 3v1 1b ee-tt i$..40.n '

i M 0. an0. 10S .12-RatMl"es air hcaAr.e _u tr.h '
S y. M Yearn ....i -e-"read. .........

A M Ig s 10 d command s rmef1 ca.eeup 64B.y-A*
ee "G" Inporter 6% Fg.Puse: h450.N Poel closes: 3:35 td draw aofglalde V1ilcyitaB *I ,ht
First hace of the Double the stretch 'and teey battled
mh Mna R. 10x- 1th to indate 2-1 the eorn 'c n g ou l- s..I.a.
I eto" "Yn'a '5-Shquld bea, oup 4 d victory y a wtthe ta- "
m'- -..Agul. 110t -D1llappun qv tg _.i Ic^eob o i ydf
a eRay a es --ocke r ha le 1 .nS. .. ...
.Der A. Va. _1 .Needs .ore d. ,- 1a .-- -.... .....
S1 AO 16 -liOhd scor an' in -I st show from the l uat il tong
'p ase F. ,Edal. l1t -Good chance again 4-1 (I dr.

aTna V.. osatl. 113 -Usually moves late -1 m.al l ere well ridden by Vir-i
,..o--to w ~e Otluo. returned .J I i _ _lt rlll_.,

Kiprinces 0. San. 113 -Has strongest finish 3-1 ot oof e hll a a i n th c e-i, k i B f 'i
brant F. Hidal. 108 -Woul ySty f odds 10:1 th 1*1.40 mand 8180 return9-.
Sunset V. Corcho 103x -NCt witth rider 2-1 d Dprlyable, the 816.60 by
nb Claw B. Agul. 113 -Hard to bet here 2-1 at and the $1.60 by Re-
Ia __ e. tm dc VM Ag luJ vtirre, who barely m as Rik-A t-

s A. Y ac. 018 R .-Not ou. s quitter 10-1 yaolt Va le s ar, w t01,.
ed three vlctorie-bo Ibo
e "DA[ Native 7 Fg.PuIe: he Pool eloeee: 4:4 Regal Chum and Daniel. i. '
m.IN.4L1T nothe dividndiid atsa \
aia A. ycaa 11 -Poor race in -last 54 FIuST'RACB ei U
i Fru L. Gal. 113 -Powerful stretch runner a-1 1-Patriotica sle.6u, ii3.60,.$:00 4
cho 0. ^an. 110. -Better every week eve. 2-Gaucha 12.0. $4.80. ..,. loo
adn Pick J. PhIlips 114 -Ran -well at. time 3-1 3-Paris Midi l .l. ..
-npol A. Go-n le -. uitc under u easmre 510-1 8o a .
Kaola .-4 Ba. 1--3f lla ah 4.1 as1TeRe Allgt rtrn w- io tI .
Ispa o. Ag2ahl. 11 l-hould Iup 30 1 d0.

orta Relys R. 9Sa -Not off West 3t25-1 t
olden Fan 8. Carva. 107x -Not with thi rer 30-1 i r -
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B SC, BALeLS astkage, thas all,"he said (Harr Grayso is on vacation) I
th ap d"te rtlast week"o aye*tmu".the Unl Prin Sports writer '.. l
terna ai ke hat t fl rl ,to Ml the sandy-haired youth B1y,- IMMY BRESLIN
a nt e r a nep ad vielatto .at the erpmn and OAKLAND, Calif., Feb. 11 (UP) froi Alameda was just as firm NEA Staf Correspondent
C ~yteB a r"st laws, iJustles Fli Frankfufter saS m- -If Phil Rizzuto ) on the way I ag himself as a third ( s o
man Mitea dasented. They refused to aesept the lpaditlte di out it comes as a definite s- ba a-nothing else. NEW YORK (NA)-When La (Harry Grya on vacation) make the er
teUtons between professional basebaB eperatisO and the a- prise to Andy Carey, the' a "TW my position," he aald ry Napp, the American League n ... ntl g
duet of beakant jfr t em which the sven-a majority in bened Yankee third baseman w 1 remladed that manager umpire,: calls you out thete days, By IMMY DESU .- you ,
the h.ight. trib iib n Its deeilea. who thinks The Scooter remalat Ca 4nge was thinking of there is no arguing. Instead, two e to over
is. the best shortstop in busit Jmaking a shortstop but of him or three guys in white and a doc. NEW YORK (EA) Ou cept for the oar
Justle kfurter insisted that it would "baffle the sub- "Maybe Phil slowed down a last d ring. "I play my best there tor appear on the scene. Nielsen didn't even the "8moke to a prefer on
test ienity to find a nA eagle differentiating factor" between 1~ttle last season when compared and t's where I want to stay." No, Napp doesn't commit may- taxicabs as he at of the I get t a day
baqeba and boxing in o tar as their being subject to the ant- to the Rizzuo of other years but Andy was out of the lineup a hem on the baseball field, al- park and sta rJ s busy and living. That I have.
trust laws was earned. not when compared with -oth' great seal last season because of though he's capable of elng t. and fCentral Park no mqney of own." .
_. ersI," the. serious carey said td6 a bad right leg which troubled Napp keeps his judging eye il Sou. movedat fun
At the k of ngin a legalst fencing m iat h with day whHe working on his sape him after he had a boil removed good shape over the f.sason by uncing r m runners With al th g ,meetsho'
such reaan d tsJrta M M t and tank iurter J. leat. "He s a topnotch bshrt- from the shin area during spring refereeing professonal boxing in have and w hn z lit the side- Ing sell ot'
Normann eI lwyer for Our big league balplayers, today dis- stop in my book and I still would training. New York. walk, he walked up to the New ers put oaI e tra
pated te *a of their aamentsa. like to play beside him." "Tve been taking it easy on "When I say a guy is out he's York Athletic 04lub. I pocket?
... .. eg ths winter and think it really out,'- Larry says. "And Nielsen had on ., blue sweat ..
"In my oo theOe Is ai bsoutely no sImalaritv .between the Riluste took a reported 1a will pay alf," Carey said. "Be- the manager is too busy picking shirt and red warm-up pants, "No. alwt Bad
Baseball case' n4 ae ones involving the IO.n the Ihubert r tent pay cut en January fore the 154 season I tried to him up to question anything I've and a fur-coated woman in front the table," he Mailed. i
Theater L*ja IMated. "The rankfurter and Min- and at the moment seems build them up by running done." of the Essex House thought he the rules, ydiu-,ow. j i
ton opinion sur ed me.- nwea h eld of the Re. w t sprints." Larry Is the first major league was funny. ,to r andha
"mi the ,the upremi Court las summer.rel with the aequlaen y fCarey said he now weighs a- umpire to drift into boxing as a "My word," she said to the .On a ta,
ated its tt the major leagues not a n nt r la th rnle-.an i- boat 191, which Is close to his sidelight, and he finds things just doorman of the hotel, "who do ousy put .dI a hi'l
Interstate Oul~Ma ad, threore are not a to our anti- mer deal plus beams. 1by pla g poundage. He has con- about the same. "You've still got you think he could be?' well-timed pu hcis
trust law he urt did not have to go Into he monopoly Tm Car of Notre Dam eetra this winter n hunt- to get position on wat you're The doorman smiled. "Some 58," he said. ,
anxle.. .Ing building the speed boat watching and make up your mind sort of an athlete, X guess," he utes. Three nita f i
No w will Carey 'feel. about whi.e bhe named "The Hot immediately," he says said, then turned back to quarter." The
"In8.t04e ane the Supreme Court first ruled that the playing with the quick-wltted Corner" and running a -por- Nobod, is going.to shove Larry help the dame throUgb the door, second for aI &
operatlz ofproealnal oI-S"ag was interstate.commerce, and unterf trait Wedile. around Insde the ring,. either. Watching -elsen W Zgog AsW o
then sent Jl ANorrA asd hU sprtnr into the federal court to "I've never worked with him "Aidy Carey's Portraits of Dis- Back in 1936, the fellow wqn 12 to get him a tip. closely af the a spapel
defend h of and restraint. so I can't say," arey answered. Unction," he calls the studio of 14 fights, with-four knockouts, --. under our arm. -
S" a" dp by two bteig dct- "But he is a fine shortstop, of which Is run jointly with a pro- before deciding it was easier to Lirry Napp Th was the first time since "Want It?' w asked.
sio of ," m contiua. "S st ce stice course." e,.sio e pal. photographer named dust ofla pte than be dusted he began to show Americans how "Yes, I read all the t
lve ie wed hi famous opinion for a una- Carey.-then added "I hope we Bob Wright. off ib ring for a living, now they'll be talking about him fast he can run a mile race on said and laugbed. "I on
niaous ot ta' ..Ie .graus has had 33 years In which to ft some results out of this deal areyand Wright specialize in .1k everybody else in the ring in reverent tones-is a typical ex- a board track that unnar Niel- two dollars a day, you knew.
set up laws which would m0ae the major league subject to the with the Orioles because w# ave head nshots.of men and women racket today, Larry s, of cou-rse, ample -of the publicity generated sen wasn't bothered by people. He got the newsps .
sherman-Clayton-law. up aome 'real ood ln it." an prefeto bring their gear to a televisigp fan. "First real im- in New York. The wide-faced rating press- He also has reeve an Invyt0r
"The Congreaever has aade any serious move toward such Carey said that P r Bb the clients' homes. portant eight I've worked," he With seven major dally papers, man from Copenagen has been tion to Orossinger, N.Y., coun
.leR t.n. W< '. t assupe""Mme that it wants bemball's status to Turey will help the Yankees a Andy also has played in aev- says, "was the Orlando Zulueta- wire services and all but a hand- get ing the full treatment here club. It will ee'm tunny to
be uaeatl e lot and he warned not to sell eral-ball games this wirter. on Danny.Jo Pereo main event." ful of the top syndicates basing in New York as a result of his them run together Nes
Don Larson, the other ex-Oriole-sunday he-m managed a major- That's right, It was on national their sports operations in the Big smashing Indoor duels with Wes whose swift legs are worth'
"Een. If Washington passed- a law which would base- hurler, short. nor.league outfit to an 8-7 TV. Town, an athlete can't miss be- Santee. bucks a day, and Rocky Mar
ball Intertae r oluanem., o. meaor league still would not be "Don may have had a. 3- 1 ry ovef a strong heer cm- com a bg shot f he plays In Inside the athletic clubwhere no, whose legs are pushLg N.
haled before ueieral court, aa the IBChA ben. record with Baltimore but $ any team and hurled the last WHEN AU ,E REYNOLDS an- New York. the AA.U. houses this Danish to a mllon dollars.
"Baseball does not.restrain comlptiton. It represents free was real sharp against us last two innings. nounced his retirement from the What would happen if Bob Le- runner, businessmen gave him t 1
enterprise. Ai Man. ,wt, a clean and honest reputation who season and gave us a of tfrq r "I always liked to pitch," he World Champion New York Yan- mon or Robin Roerts .were play- the once-over .a] hWalked out t
wishes to bpyp ball ciuB I free to do so, there is one, of the ble," Carey aif. -"A i y grinned. "Bqt don't forge- -I'.m kees --pardon the mistake, please, in in tills town? the ool w i draped
market. think we have-a goo. hnce of a third baseman." it's force of habit-he left a good Simple. A couple of steady 25- to p .. him
."Boxing on the other hand. appears to be In trouble, and getting back th 'petin t." pitching ree6d'd in the- books, game guys like these would shut aro too buy timtafiy people
from the t nee presented to the supreme Court, not without ge, woated In. WEARS 'EM OUT A good one-but here in New up even grandpa. And they'd be Is this oo bunt ltherunner sa.d.
reaon. "t 1 games last year, said be IWalealh, la. (NEA) Nashua York you would have thought Wal- calling Cy Young just another talks slowly and cohunnerently
.opse to ImproVe on his hit- I1 tlaring out his training compe. ter Johnton just packed it n. "The pitcher. but any word with an "A" In It
S" g and. all-around play. He tuition at ialesh Park. Trainer Super Chief," as they called Rey- btals o t noud h I e An tA v '
ATrITUDE OF BASEMALL TOWARD TME PLAyg fD refused to. be pinned down on Sunny Jim Fitzsimmons lost an- nolds, had exactly one 20-victory BACK IN 1950, General Manager comes out in rs and everything 1
S where he thought his difficl- ether work-horse recently when season n his career. That was in Joe Cronin of the Boston Red Red All thepapers and eerthid
Lewis then went Into some of th phase of th major league t lay ,. Gloves Injured himself1952, when his 20- mark was the Sox finally admitted to himself after I tmy I begin to ink .
baseball situation which he Is involved. 'The minimum pay, "I'm just sure I can have A" 'g tht, top three-year-old big thing at Yankee Stadium. that it was time to get moving on track at mato," he smiled. He toOWS
which h as been tln.to lift from $60 to.AOC, the pen- better season and maybe boost colt. .Otherwise, Allie was up there, the biggest project of his career. great mhanonh cht "I 1:He 325, 5: 705, :9pm.S .
13 1e t 4 r igtc io n extent to which fusticrs Frahikfrte r and Midto have cited an ebi e TS n her dn a rep l emntoforTs i ao
dt a 0e1h.L w13 resumed, "fon't over- anlogy with.baseball. to believe in view of the publicity .llal. eixt time I raun, I sayn of f

So LIberty Network sul wh h was taken out of court last week Stephens swinging a bat. The kid "I was 20," he said. "I jo l
,, to, hepit t.eI-i.t I n o liti. on 0a. he "* eo Col bl was almost a carbon copy of Ted club when I was 17. But notl
the- *&a favored two, ,o., s aalons..Jn : udl mK.nw ar..pn n gftr ue inthe stbnseb mwe eot, baseball will s rtrith a bat in his hands. w unta l ougwat a0 do.nIa
f, ,ave ru. mw ledQtsfotw nc m cd not be secure until It alquites the m amsftlon to stand up against u"Sig abtn him and groom him for races. I'm 20l now."
SW he Department of JustlQ and lse tra0t of prosecution nfor 8e n, i ad, gro hm.-d for iackels. e I' 2 n eow." ,
en the cae mainl the "colluon" which it has ye to defepehs, as. yet, llas t been able t red-eared fellow with blond
.. .. timake the Bosox bench. whmic recedes from a bien f i
Meanwhile, the '"ed Sox a head. He has a-large 6-1 frame
e Ibusily telling everybody that they and carries 105 pounds on it eas-
Ley tr u hw teo ocrwon't do anything to change Ted's ily. With another 20 pounds or
mind about retirement. That is so, he'd be the best-looking half-
or"v"candidate No. 999,786,543,000 for back you ever saw.
te artmef ustcan tes Ba'seball'a Hai" of Fables. Whil should a lrelgn runner
MaTiete Sx famout c araters represent ay 94EY VANCE |. S.A 4.
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AUGIk iALAN wanted to play
some exlbition games in Hono-
lulu, so ,-got my first big break.
The IA Francisco Seals were
going -place in the fall of 1932
when Owner-Manager Char ley
Graham gave Galan permission
to go to Hawaii, which left his
club oitbout a shortstop.
My -brother, Vince, had been
brought in from Tucson of the
ArlOng-Texas League for t h e
last couple of months.
"I got a young brother," he
told Grolam, giving me the
build-up. "You could do worse
than take a look at him."
So as a 17-year-old I played
Ithe last t"ree games at short-
stop for the SeaIs. I went two
for nine,a "b they were a triple
TanaCd .Ahe next spring. I

for an outfielder and
The side retired, I
for the clubhouse, be-
j was through for the
LThere was a se a-.
elder on the bench in
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INEW YORK, Feb. 12 (NEA)-Whether you understand the term or not, "automa tl ii0s dhariging yo fr life.- LThs iw plienimenoii,
which means machines taking over the work of people, is also called "cybernetics."-.I's choan the nature of U.S. business and produc-
tion with the chain reaction of an A-bomb. They're calling automation "The Second Great Industrial Rove tion." For instance: INs a key fac-
tor in Ford's bottle with General Motors. It's behind many of the recent big business mergers. It's why you c ave frozen fruit juice and
pre-cooked rice. It's why auto labor is strikingfor a guaranteed annual wageI.-Beyond industry, automation explain the White House
%ias cut draft calls. Automation altered New Yorkis skyline. It may prevent-or create--a depression. Its strange, new, Sel -g ting qual-
i is making automation grow several magnitudes of speed faster than past technological changes.
I Some experts are saying that it's there atoning to throw U. S. life and trade out of
1otht in several places, making present socio logical and governmental controls obsolete.
Nobody agrees exactly where and when today's automation started. But it has two
main elements.,
One is the fast electronic computer, a'bl6 to "remember." The other is the "trans-
f machine" concept of production: moving work from machine to machine on conveyors.
Automation can be applications of either one or a combination.
: 'One of the most advanced In 15 seconds, for a call from of each employee from $5114 to
% mples of praical automa- New York to Los Angeles, the $12,421.
linais the all system's "Di- machine finds the exact phone RUSH
rect Distance ling," called wanted out of't the l million
"DDD," available to 220 000 available to DDD. Thousands of firms including
subscribers and being rapidly There is no interference with banks, utilities and insurance
extended. the multitude of local and oth- companies' are rushing toward
I .DD does unbelievable feats er DDD calls it competes with automation.
without. human help. at thousands of points along Prudential Insurance Co. Just GIANT ELECTRIC CALCULATORS, like IBM's Naval Ordnance
1 You dial 10 digits. With that the way. set a record by renting an IBM
information its electronic brain system at a fee of $3.8 million machines, then to drilling ma- But critics see ominous elh
aserches the shortest path a- PAUSE per year. In one department it chines. ments of automation, too.
aroes the country. i expected to eliminate 200 You stroll among these noisy It could chuse mass unen
'There are more possible de- Another astounding feat is eldrks. metal monsters for five mm-in ployment, they say. The
altlons on what connections it the one pause it makes to de- .It will compute agents' com- utes before you see the first claim, for example, that th
Would make lhat can be print- cide connections between any missions and calculate risks as man at work. Inability of smaller firms lik
S4 on this page. two points. part of the dozen operations The e's no doubt what au- Studebaker to lay out .the re
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sible line was the last one.
used, and goes to the next if it
was. That makes the whole
system WOear t uniformly.
If th Wruble .the sys-
tem a U w4h!e aads'a card
J is punceiN _shlw Itn s loca-
tion. Ad* l Information for
your bill is automatically
punched on tape.
The basic electronic feats of
this a gng device are du-
plicatet" vA Ving degrees by
the f = .Zu 'Aay of new
I compuiJ MOMies and of-
fice 'volutioniing
busin l/*ent and 6f-

AutoaiaOn has darkened
New Yo* ofice buildings on
nights at ,nd of the mont,
I when Ous-Me used -' be
needed p patrol a
reoo PA..
Forli a new Rem-
ington- achinla is used
by Generate for a spe-
cial group e rers,
Hours.wo e entered on
a magnetic .'t ta a. Quick,
short operation T tape is
then put into aachiM e tend-
,ed by o.g l, t
In sixr h s checks for all of
those 15.O GX employes have
fluttered out,with the chance
of error oo-remote to men-

Commonwealth Edison in
Chicago experts to save $750.-
000 a Sear with new IBM
New office machines being
developed will file letters, then
'pull them out and reptodtace
them on a IV' screen on the
boss' desk.
And one typist will be able
to run a battery of four ma-
chines putting out various
form letters' and Inserting
form paragraphs into special
Computers are also being
used successfully to predict
future markets, which could
help firms prepare to weather
a depression.
The range of new electronic
machines is vast. An electro-
nic heart now- does the work'
of this vital orgap during op-
erations. '
Then there's the new auto-
mate toll roid collector devel-
oped Tallr and Cooper,
Inc., which has a camera
"eye* :'-.. ,
If the mtorist tries to gyp
the electrenl' hopper a cam-
era automa Callipsa pho-
to of the rltenae .AIte, Ithts
a light, and alerts Pard.
The contribution giant .
co aterns. in research well
Uncle Sam uses scor of
them for census work, econo-
mic forecasting, weather pre-
diction and for 'a thousand'
other purposes.
In one day the newest IBM
"brain" will do computations
ordinarily reO lring 1000 ma-
thematclians working a life.
time. *
Computers took wo years off
the design time of the B-52
bomber and th _years off the
design time 'Of te Northrup.

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model, make automation possible.
e- Cross arrangements permit
the other four parts to move
n- while one part is down. This
y reduces total "down" time to
ie 10 minutes per day.'

ord plant, rated as advanced which it cost Ford and Gen.- The electronics business has
n example of the -phenome- eral, Motors to automate for automated about. as fast as
on as exist in Indu.stry their, new engine production- any Industry, with startling
Our first vidble worker is a is what 'has forced so many savings in labor.
ortli 'g r an drfather-type a merger.- It expanded output 275 -per
o gr a a.er-.ype New, president cent from 1947 to 1052 but
mo n a huge meet um Newerg, president of with only 40 per- cent more
lpe, hitting on a stool-esual- Dodge, says': workers.
watching two big boards The company thatgives-up. -Any industry yor investigate
ith buttons and flahin consideration -of' automation today Is rushing toward great,-
ghts. because of the highly cost is the er automation, saving on la- *
One board tells him wh ct company that will soon find bor costs, improving quality
Lch piece of machinery in hfs itself outstripped' by his com- and quantity, and even creat-
ank is doing petition." in-Yg products w would not
The other one tells him when Last year 750 automation be available without automa-
cutting tool need sharpen- machinery firms did $3 billion tion.
S, and stops the machines. worth of business. It'll be a For example many frozen
ohen this happens the board bigger volume this year, ex- and processed foods would not
so tells him wat other tools perts predict. be possible without fast oper-
re ettin dull and 6ught to WORE. R atiln automatic freezing,
Schang eda long as the WORKERS coo ng and packaging ma
hine Is stopped. chinery.- Ong
This scene indirectly affects Exact figures on workers
rery person in the UA today eliminated by automation are
ease it symbolles& at ad-' guarded secrets for competl-
anced type of tetmhology tive and labor-relations rea-
hich is revolutionlzn indus- sons, '
y lIth chain-reaction speed. But reports, from Ford sav
That the number of men on ,
RECORDS Its engine block line alone 'WM I'
reduced from 117 to 25. **- u
Automation is behind record 'And it's this way througholVt \ 1
'oductlon of better goods in Industry. A newly-automated
ie 'U.' with decrease costs radio line requires pnly two
r anutacturers, and eafer workers to make 1000" radis a
nd better working eoftnd lowu day. The same producti9fu- a l
r workers. ed to require 200 people.'* v -
An automated foundry kicks
out a two-pound casTo r every
sort- -- second at the push of b bus'

O I VVe 0 tion permits 12 workers to do
.*^ '- e .q the same work formerly re-
uM Quiring 800 people. And so it
WIN" goes, with a constant drive -t
40,, ti improve these money-saving
':. I machines.
SAt Chevrolet they've got'a
0OOQc @0r machine hulit bv the Crom
*So Company which adds a new In a food plant an order
0o m element to automation, from retail grocer is fed in-
000 0 *E* It's a battery of five lats ton electroni machine.
Sr which slice and polish set- TM. seta In motion an auto-
::: 7 tions, drill all the holes and atte eegveyor which aulls
: do all the threading. These pper.number of cases of
S operations are run by two per. each Ie hrom each pilelI
sons. the wahomw Then or-
, The Cross machine provides der Is automatically assmembled
S for automatic storage between and 'baled for shipment.
.~ -' eaeh of the five sectons. "_&
mm mmf out this. it eachmmson, t EGGS
stopped for malntena & .
Vaelge of 10 minute p ..A achne ued by the
RELEA the whole battery wouliM Ptltryproducera *f eof a1
w*uld be down ftr a total f if oa automatic ly .
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A beta ray checks the uni-
formity of the glue and coat-
Ing on the paper or fabric.
Dr. I. T. tader, OE's expert
on automation, says that "the
cost of materials handling ao-
cotints for 50 per cent of all
labor cost in many productss"
This explains why englneera
are concentrating on reducing
this factor -with maehines to
handle materials automatical-
Il from the time of deliver'
at the plant to loading the
finished product aboard a box
car. /
The absolute "push-button
factory," where a few man-
agers operate electronic ma-
chines which direct all func-
tions of the factory, is a few
years away.
But that's the nex steini in
the chain-reaction growth of
To all machines reading this
newspaper:. I-
We people plant hang onto
our jobs for a while at'least
Some alarmists say it's high
time to issue this ultimatum
on the fast incursion of elec-
tronic "brain s" and labor-
eliminating machines into peo-
ple's work in research, man-
agement, office work and In-
Automationi and cybernetics
are interchangeable terins us-
ed for this phenomenon.
At the other end of reaction
to automation is the belief
that it's Just typical American
evolutionary technological
progress with a new name.
But regardless of .whether
you pooh-pooh it or are scared
by lt, automation Is a major
new Influence n American
Walter Beuther, r]esMe of
the Congess of Indstrial .Or,
gansiatlons, says ,
"The federal governuaen t
needs social wisR to match
the tWnical d vh a f SB-
tonm l;arket mut grow,
Job ooii-m i-
crease and the economy ex-
pand or autdwmulta =obd be-
come a sceuoge."
John DMhd, e& of "Au-
tomatwse C`V r rq ently
warned tdtNtie Aie4 a.-
"Ve=0 f, ua" of the
nature and extent of Indus-
trial automation hame been
made in terms of realities oft
either our present teiu
al knowedge and

Since World War II.s;

car industryIhis is likely
be one of -Um most crucial ab-
or fights since .World War IL
Nat Welnbeir' UAW's re-
sear" k director, says
'A management faced with
the financial obligations that
. Anla imposes will find that
i aYdt plan the Introduc-
tion of automation to mini-
mize layOff&. Under the guar-
antee it will pay to retrain dis-
placed workers for the new
jobs that 'automation creates.",

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e saYsi automation makes
it neeesatry to shorten the
basic union contract fromfive
to two years and will lead to
demands for a shorter weekO
Most unions fear automa-
tion. On the other hand, in its
newspaper of Jan, 7, 1055,
CIQ01 International Union of
Electrical Workers b e r a t e s
General lectric for having
lost business because a com-
petitoroutstripped them on
automation, saying:
"Meny of the contracts for
Jet work have been lost to
Thompson Products because of
modern machines and meth-
ods ysd at Thompson Prod-
Thompson Products in Cleve-
land i a .front-runner on au-
tomaim'and recently Intro.
dued ma. ine which made
a starmll; ut in the cost of
man sm ne aircraft engine

wi. M+w o thr at auto*
create more main-
yS~~ySen M"^ cbaea

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b-u BaM f'lr Owr Bm nmr tanp
or (Wa1f. bf Jeffrey Livlngstune
(McOSwrlllU, P15 page: $4.50).
A variety of plans for putting a
root over your had for week-
ends or vacpito with under
62,000 and ytou ow _abmor. are
acoompealyed by help s' flandig
WWtf lOaOfr retreat The
Sidthor. cale ttet A .to some
choice, Ow-wst sites. available in
.Natlonq orm-q. (rolnforms
tiParkon O thern frite National
park Sqrvice, 'Dept. of Interior,
*-- ^- Widhuu DR C.)
ei i6 by Irvin P.
S Kr-ick *& poaes rImin (Up-
1 pino.p tt48 pages: flUS Jtudy.'
lag,. he weather, perhaps man's
oldist esd most practical .hobby,
its sade easy by thiS popular e,-
Spositlon Photo and ine illustra-
Alto"ab O Uing, by G. R.
l ScbxsbdrtJ. Wtley A.son, 198
pagm4 $5). rht* history U the
developspet, ef0ot asnd- tture
potenmttlitleo ol today' 1svolu-
tlonary itpeit to roeta mer-
chamndistg-Up vindang Macein
w which" gs anU th* way ltc to
S 200 B.C., whenholy watjr was
dimpensae In ree k temple agi a
oln-intlot dTlae.- Slotntlawclee
eventually w4 b as cultivated a
Sfield d( coletot a old autas
h Ive bel6* add those who Wa t
noW wei .aturally resp the re-
wards $at fall to the pioneer
P. tiay .HoM.

t dot 1. draw a
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kbehiAd Ieldeone the
Sopti. What did other
tN ing apropos of you?
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numbers 1 rough 8 _
placed so tat e iqr-
ele on ach of the.four
side total 1. The I -
2e4'Mqua totals M. P
Tali arrsagerAent
provides an latIn.rttag
psuale for which. eight
nu to bered.- disc, 1
thMuIh 8a..t reoulred.


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slo. of yoursa
ed more by
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to 8

.. . Place them discs ea
the diagram -at felt in
accordance with the ar-
rangement top.
Using, the empty space,
move one dis at a time
along any of the Ities
to switch the members
so that each of the
four sides will add up
to 1W. The suM of the
Inner square is to be
t the n of the outer numbers.
n in nine,. ovea. What Is your score ?
03 -g-,-end.g*-q-- ua siu bi as mocw q

Diding Up the &oks
\ Doctor onaided. ha bit brary of 100 valu-
w able. thebooke was divided among bhi
fve oan 4 i them ductorP also. Pm got as many
s theU ArtnUr. au s dwrd got less than Dan.
ChaMl got sasm y more than Dan as Ben got
mor than Charles.
How many did each son ricelve?
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mark two Ifichen e so Ia d LtJ MOh belt
and one at center I ~s" wa, wi'a eakat
centered 61o the .*iod.,M Wlm n tweW
carefully: aks In points. Sai pap er
Drill r" oles all wythwr b u m tM ILb
irst piece (m thre i ae)'z "
tinue with "% boles t ret of a
the way through. lM %! h des
through the baaw Oe.* ps POW.
(three hole In aO).lth t hel
exception of the lata il
In this pIece aa itn the tfnt, but
in reverse. "
Glue and bolt board togeth
as shown above and ppane ddwi
a final time. .

Exercising Your L Q
A8 AN r0 of Lthe L Q4e If you can'gure
o0t the correct an w to each, o f theme t one
matute or lea: '
2. If Smith t s-Poager ta iPotter, but Potter w
as strong as TooMl, thi. eTo*e.4
A. as atrmng a Sto&
stueager M an mlth
C. qot as Mrgo& a i Amth.
D. stronger et Poater.
S. It Louts moke g fag thM. frm and Berbert
maass as much as Lous eMt'Qhafe mofr more
t/hm Frank, .thm Norbet Mt esA
A. more thman qsits.
B. less than Louli.
C. as much as. IPrMf
D. less than Charlis.
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HOMSR CLOUT hae been
called In as a pinch hitter. It
Is the let half of the nifth inn.
ing. The score is tied-0 to 0.
There are two outs. The bases
are full. Two strikes and three
balls Is the count.
The pitcher winds up for the
next throw. Homer isto all set to
swing. The bail speeds toward
the plate. CrackI Wha Boppen?
4a" the bat met the ball or is

the ba in the catobet glove?
it all depends on bow you trace
out the mass above.
Path of the ball to shown by
the small arrow in the batter's
line of sight. If possible, c
course, the batter would like to
hit a home Tun and win the game
with runs to spare.
Be has only one chance. Cross-
Iag l ine or retracing steps to
agihmt the rules.

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- edroomW ol&Wt o bathroom donor to
asI ey Job r st kome haorftm a.
Cie.. ta mtvlr % proper sise'of
.ore (4t, 4p s advai. whel piur
otaog oM). l ngt romo'eaom from

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fectly qquaw qlngerbread.
Then, beouMe eveybody ta the
family like,.the chocolate Icing
she oakes, lla leWd Uth big cube
of ca ke 6flve,ldes. that lao ex-
cept thI bottom. .m. Brown
then cut t UPCA InWto 27 equal-
sized otub 5 0 tteatw.
How at..' the iotWe. ad
lclag tfl. sldr .ts Mi*a.
one to, no0des?

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Stn IsOon.
*cealel. i the
mase .dt .'lUe
shown 'at. right
Junior reders
: a make it ap.
pear with 'cray.
one or colored
pencMls. Fill In
each agent of
the deegi in so-
cordance with
this color key.
B .blue
BK .ck
R . . red
Y . yellow

No. Test
thoi mutilat-
ed multiplication,
If you dcan:
Sx x
.1 x
8 6 x x

x xa 3 x x
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jame Is sseU o
*jmj 1 twe, as

Mbaer fUnor door for der po.
Atlolf and dri mall boleM to staX mr
In fate m. Two fsteners on each sid
rt gesallAy mufflet with an extra one
at bottom for large miors.

SRemwnber owidt Dne?
lot there f. a Mt ..p ... ....
d emm 1 orf oowam bne
i. And a that you've prob-
Roman, ably -m several
his con- tlea. but do you .
pher thme mammb er .how \ b
crypto- It'. done ?
- Place three

nPAT front of you, the
center one mouth
up and the other I
OPfM two bottoia up. _
Now take' op
glass in each _
I"oo1me hand and turn the two over. Repeat the movwmeant
*Im* matter ashftng hands to different glasses. Then do
it a third time with the reuJt that all gla are
inouth up.

There are two features to the trick: Frut, the
ample method whereby it is done. beaud, the ruse
by whitb the performer makes it unlikely any n-
looken chm repeat It.
I1 turning the glasses, Arst turn the one that Is.
neuith up with one that is mouth down. Do this a
seed time, turning a mouth up with a mouth
down: thew turn the two that are mouth.down to
make them-muuth up. By fulluwug tW is rue you
can do the trick In three rapid moves.
Wleq someone else wants to try'It, tartrag the
glass so that Ath Cater one is mouth down and
the end glqes are mouth up. Prom this polstion
it Is lmpo-Ible to bring all three mouths up In
threi move by turning' two glssee on' each move.
It w seldom that anyone detects this bit of deep*
den, as he isply remember that two glases were
one way 1A4.1a the other.
Remember, the trick .i to do It via three mot "a
hre* glazes must hew mouths up at the g NO.'


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GLORIA BUTLAND (left) and Lois Clines, staff members of the Senate appropriations
* committee, take advantage of snowfall to appropriate snowballs to toss at camera..

SOUNDS STRANGE, but Gaynelle MeAllister and Jane Blackbtrn of Tucson, Ariz.,
are fishing with cactus on the desert. They picked "fish hooks" from barrel cactus
and went trout fishing in Sabirio canyoli-They're cooking their trout over campfire.

"EXPLORATORY" is the name for this conversation between French Premier Pierre
Mendes-France (left) and, West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer near Baden-
Baden. They are discussing such vital problems as the Saar and German rearmament.

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THERE'S NO PLACE like a home on wheels seems to be the
idea here as the latest in trailers goes on display in Cleve-
land. Q. Two-story mobile home (top) has three bedrooms.
chimney and all conveniences of a modern bungalow (be-
low). Constance Taylor shows off the latest in kitchens.
It has an LP (Liquid Petroleum) gas built in range
and oven. Miss Taylor was chosen as "Miss Mobile Home."

. A LUMBER SHORTAGE after World War I forced Elias
f- Stenman of Pigeon Cove, Mass., to build a house out
i of newspapers. Since then, he has used more than one
*- hundred thousand copies. The walls consist of 215 thick-
nesses of paper and they have withstood many wicked
gales. Furniture is made of rolled paper which can be un-
wound and the print inside will be preserved. The table,
chairs and desk are made of the Christian Science Monitor,
the piano is an account of Admiral Byrd's expeditions and
cabinet gives news of President Herbert Hoover's election.


Stenmens moved out because of intmx of tvrists, who' are Mill wolemo in hoi

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THIS ISN'T LOVE, it's just a mutual desire for warmth on the part of our two simian
friends at the,Dusseldorf, Germany, zoo. Europe was suffering from a cold snap.
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At od p e.. vWl wwas alc l Dk is ad f pshsf *.laierglm'u flight re Pd&. 1
~weIs ~1 Ue ~I~uv~ I' VOS~I -usd ba.buMy~

PRIME HEREFORD 51RW wanaerea off. w-A alu capionmiip nonora in the inter-
breed conzptltion at the'Arizona National Livestock show. Lloyd Robinson (left)
won grand hamapiop prwae and Bob Dorsey right) the r rve championship. With
them are Miss Arizoa, Arona Gov. Ernest cFarland and Lee TePoel, manager.

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0 TIE s8 SNT E CAf BBKAN Wbrld Series got uS-
der way Thursday evening with the favored Puerto
Rican team, whipping Cuba 0-2 behind the three-hit
pitching of Ruben Oon.z. Don Zimmer homered for
the winners. .
The second game saw. the hometown Venemlelk team
wallop Panama's Pro Baseball League champion C. V.
Yankees -behind the peVenohit hurling of Jose "Car-
rao" Bracho. George Skinner and George Wilson slam-
med- four-baggers for VeneO; ela.
The games were played before 37,500 at the Univer-
sity Stadium in Caracas.
The vislJing Yomlurt Giants of Tokyo 'won their
series against Panama -Pro League teams by winning
two of the three games played. The plants lost the
first 3-3 to the C. V. YTnkees, Panama Pro League
champs, but bounced back to edge the Sodamen Xw0
and the Smokers 5-4 In ten innings.
The Japanese players shone ea the momad. Their
pitchers showed good control and plenty .f staff -e
all three games. They did not dlplay aMh mow
blt were able to come up with timely baie hit at
opportune moments.
The Giants left for BarranqUlla, Colombia Wriday.
They will play a seven-game series against Golom-.
blan League teams. .
Puerto Rican welterweight champion BobWy Rosadoe
signed with promoter Enrque Martin for a ten-round
match against class. Jolin' Joe Brown of New Or-
leans, at the Colon Arena March 6.
The 147-pound champion of "Borlnquen" has agreed
to make a weight limit of 146 against Brown. This will
pive the Islander a. pull of at l eight pound on
the pcale. Joe never makes more than 138.
Latest 1*CAA figures show Furman still leading the
college basketball scoring race. But a lw-scoring vie-
tory over Virginia Tech dropped their average from
the century mark -to not quite 9 point per game.
Furman was held to a 60-58 win over Tech, the lowest
Furman score since 1952.
Furman still has eight more games and a good
chance to set a season scoring record for the third.
year in a ruw.
The Greenville. South Carolina squad still has a
comfortable margin over Its nearest rivals. Connect-
cut. The U-Conris also had a poor scoring game du-
Ing the week.. .dropping to a 0.1 .average per game.
San Francisco rated mpumber one team in the
country by the United Press, board of coaches -
leads in defense for the sixth straight week. The
Dons have allowed only 49.9 piutW per game.
Two All-America football players are about ready
to sign pro contracts on opposite sides of the Cana-
dian border.
Fullback Alan Ameche of Wisconsin says there is a
S good chance he will sign tomorrow with the Balti-
more Colts. And Edmonton pf the Canadian League to
believed ready to close a ddsl with center Kurt Bur-
ris of Oklahoma.
Ameche had a chat yesterday with Don Kellet,
business manager of the Colts. The Wisconsin All-
Amerlea says there are a few details to be ironed out,
but admits he would rather play .for Baltimore than
so north of the border. Ameqhe says Canadian offers
have been too vague and that no actual salary figures
hwre been quoted.
Edmontod officials are playing It close to the. vest
but It is reported that BurrIs has tured down the
latest offer from the Cleveland Browns.
Three other players from the United States put
their -names on the dottqd line-two of them with
Canadian teams. Green Bay of the National League
signed Nate Borden who played tackle and end for
Indiana. Halfback Le Roy Bolden of Michigan State
and enl Hal Reeve of Oregon will play in Canada-
Boldep for British Columbia and ReevY for Bdmonson.
Al mIn all. yesterday was a bl on e for Reeve. .He
signed an $8.000 contract with Edmonlon-then rush-
ed to a Portland, Oregon hospital where Mra. Re#s
resentedd him with a daughter. -.
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The third-ranking middleweight contender -Holly
Mnms- won a suit and unpopular decision over MUo
Havage at New York.
The crowd booed the. decision. Savage seemed to be
,inning until the eighth round by beating Mims at
l-s own specialty....body-punching. Then Savage tir-
ed, and Mlms-a strong favorite--won the last three
rounds and the fight. There were no knockdowns.
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SWelterweight Ch*sej eaout a ene-sid-
Vear .- havc mv1ne--wase too fast sad too
Mhifty for Klein. Velar scored with left books and
eat KJen's nose with a straight right. Klein's rigbit
s tartedto swell In the third rmuad and was .
eosed completely by the eighth,
Defending champion Nell Johnston 1 rjolng in on
; Frank Selvy in proftasional basketball's individual
scoring race. :
Latest. flurs BaetbanA
S--. elation shPe- w--ia erM ulBm "rokie-a leaine
^i- Jhted-tdn into

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tion to uldo aon the strength
Te at AMg ta
t toat ae

other' 12 arrest in conn
slaying other ,

*ei otvoer tP;;Me"V Idh n the trial f Gult
Te o sertt wad go9o u faito th"4o10 a-
IOB f ^ .17 u t- ,f *. u aty

oft# other wA 'f ther cmkbHnld the trial of GutIe aI aemt A.
do, f te li Irs edorse the reeoluton reom- U
fr .
The prou merger oft ate CIO and o L m

unions whAe res frvatonh Its Canal one a-ie
-one, iiam he oni of lthe l o 0le Tdelared-
ieve the "beS tf te" whcombd u hav ere h wppend to

the working man ant unlon aneabeds uonr qur d"em-
depd way of erty and good fa of the

*tBald Edward. Gaskin, predate 'O
Althougish inmost of their tloo, only anae union ben re
In accord about the benefits of a mercer, ee-f
Spessed somt r to whervanu Its eCaal Is- -

- William for anaOar, of te oc-o adl
sar the po e t which could the tave h opened t
the working man mad union Membef- under d#m-.
oeratic way of eite. "f was a

'When" workers! organlzatn are _disgrxtld and

Speulatin as toe large as wo"u t
The npay travel aill has been m e i at ue ,'1

Because of a increase ~a -air travel by P aRU
employes now returning home on leave,
Line will .pull one of its pasm ships out oM
and convert i .- to reghter use only, beginning
March 31. .. -,-
The decision to operate eae of the three steara
tor freight wtas dee eb company'ss b y @14
rectus o whipl r ase past tr ancal rmtlt
o operating ono e

The dlast epeUs beoeo w e to team
of oa of tee
he last hpe Flabe'wite t.t*rAB^ ^ ^

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d the reeking erdP,' If 1 the eagle's tract
the polluted ,k Your sinew cannot leap,
like that stoic bird, Avoid the lathered park,
eagle of the rock. Turn from the steaming sheep.

The huddled warmth of crowds
Begets and foster hate;
He keeps, above the clouds.
His cliff Inviolate.
When flocks are folded warm,
And herds to shelter run,
He sails above the storm,
Ile stares into the sun.

If you would keep your soul
From spotted sight or sound,
Live like the velvet mole;
Go burrow under ground.
And there hold IAtercourse
Whih roots of trees and stones,
With rivers at their source,
And disembodied bones.


My soul, be not disturbed
By planetary war;
Remain securely orbed
In this contracted star.
Fear not. pathetic flame:
Your sustenance is doubt; "
Glassed In translucent dream
They cannot snuff you out.
Wear water, or a mosk
Of unapparent cloud;
Be brave and never ask
A more defunctive shroud.
The universal points
Arc shrunk Into a flower;
Between its delicate joints
Chaos keeps no power.


The pure integral form,
Austere and silver dark.
Is balanced on the storm
In Its predestined are.
Small as a sphere at rain
It slides along the groove
Whole path iL furrowel-plain
Among the suns that pyove.

The shapes of April buds
Outlive the phantom year*
Upon the void at odds
The dewdrop falls severe.
Five-petalled flame, be col
Be firm. dissolving star:
Accept the stricter mould
That makes you singular.

By Colbrai

"Look at this weird book Miss Blue suggested! Why d6h'
teachers recommend educatloqal books, like how to hod
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to hand work, she can outdo many a y WOmIO.
a livlnk for herself and her JnvAltd hultbaft by nmw ai ded U 4
hand, too. Here she poses beside her latest and t"A AWI a 3
braided job. It is believed to4r e the largest w.1 ,It. d wte p Ms.
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HELP! POLICE! MURDBRt Why; the men in Jail with me arel Ludwig Lore, a New York news.
.my friends. I'm accepted here. paperman and Comnanuist, ap-.
The coldly clinical psychiatric For the first time in my life I paued by Juliet Stuart Poyntz's
estimate of murderers is that they feel I'm where I~'m really wanted. fate, vowed to do something about
are basically frustrated personlUs prisoners feel the same, abouthller case. After Lore passed, one of
d: who are emotlenally maladjusted.'things. People on the outside have his'friends wrote: "He died sud-
To the police, a homicide means no use for as. I like the fellows in denly, mysteriously, without any
intensive effort--as demonstrated here and I think they like me." previous premoniati of illness."
by the painstaking probe of thel The conclusion was as bizarre as
Serge Rubinstein case: Over 600'it was irrational. MeManus was Another Poynta friend who
people have been Investigated and convinced that his mother had de- sought to uncovef her.killers was
th countless clues checked. Murder proved him of the pride and a.- Ciaro Tresea a noted anarchist
contains elements of macabre fas- election he discovered behind bars. wnq cond ea his own private in-
cination to the publie-and it is a ----1 vestigaon. He continued the probe
dramatic tragedy to newspapers.I Untamed pride-the shabby con- despite threats from Red agents.
To professional killers, murder is sequence of a paperated ego--has On January 11th, 143, Tresca
-r a job ... The brutal efficiency of been the source of numerous was fatally shot.
oi the Rubinstein slaying suggest te'crimes and, resulted Is the de- ---
work of ptoressionals. Incredly,' strucuton of 'riminait. A wild .- a ........,t.Th .rm
such alleged humans maintain an streak of self-esteem-was l'factor a-. m.er. Are nu-e nosts.ei,
almost scientifically detached at- la Dilingdr's : wnfill; The gun- .abmbler Arold Rotht. .
titude toward their workrk" -man, was roud of his mstatache.j u :The rehtae of law-
Murder, llc,, frlxample, restrict- fAlthough bhe sobmted to plat to dig deep into the
Sed homicides to those., who inter- surger.air a enort to remove',,l vs crMedc to h co-
Sfered wtLh the plunderworld's bus- .identi.g tr tnbilt n that Rothstena was- linked
ness or betrayed its code. They In- fused to shave tie t ip folliagei th h o.ff.ilb, ,He1 the
augurated kangaroo courts fpr That made identlfaan aim remains.unsolved . It
negligent members. And they or- for law-enforcers a nd hastened h ai -r believable e-
ganized a murder school for young touraey to Hell.. Ie this i wiat euall
criminals-who received a weekly --- I W i.t g the lavestigaio
salary while beAng trained to kl. IA spectacular murder case --y argued the Investigation
Murder, In*. leaders seriously be- such as the Serge Rubinstein' I.'y. u. au he .. .
lleved thi re performing a su- story tests the resources of .olle Depi hor. and the
premerepubci e.rvlce. They inslt- newspapers. Not .many reader the buck to theD.A .
sedthey sated lve--by preventing re aware of the telU snd tUme- th bi.the btuc tl h kile .
gang wars. yarns require Some years aetded "RtI W*luW1 W g'to'
nthe murder of Vivian GaordenI eA airtlip afte
Wealth, sensuality and beautiful (shortly before she was due to cI*,bC ge. A ort ht after
vwaomen--the dramatic lures of the testify In a vice probe) attracte-- asslm g the 4 abjete
Rubinstein story have echoes wide coverage. One paper hadI t 46 #e. latelyy
among severalrl preaecessor. Reporters in the field phoning sipt- ,utf ar su 1ede-
Notably, the Harry K. Thaw head-'.quarter-hoiar' tater ls with any in-o a fci note.
lne splurge ... ThaWs trial was formation. .. -"
covered by 90- reporters. 'One!. Oceasionelly, .murder ease e anal ,s & ease h.e-
Journalist wrote 60.006W words leads to extremely. Duffdag the t i or f a tddre resulteds the
about the casq. The N. V. Times Hall-bUlls trial, an ediota nogtfd
gave extensive. coverage to it, al- that the defendant wonta{tia !A=". a eto the
though one of its execs once ear- pered to her counseL The ed tor, aMpe-vere e or" hb
nestly contended: "Otner newspa- promptly hiekd sad tat ooe.a -.-rhn atV t6lm the
pers see murders as opn rtuni- h in-reader the u*trte- i gi *.eet
ties for sensationalism. When the effort to get aaca elthre ha tte waen'terA.r
Times. gives a great amount of The news-ptog o cat .*, s beet
space to such stories it turis'out deress Rut- *Snyier cdhivg in ftMA' thev -4er-4Uedtoned.A fur-
authentic sociojogical dDuanents." The Chair ( 'th a sn-alt e era r 6 weremen e yehea -t
a Incidentally the N. Y. Times, strapped to a aakle) a spirit a of the ethert were
a devotee of sooologydevotae conarover t,.fat.ll rageg a i fai. .4t. r eommt. murser
i more. space to the ri H lof ldl-, jotinalfs~d ia efta b pe VB .Cut=nwInth a. bk
Mills murder case thauL-tabloidc. lashed ohto birre- ian 7 m Staot
p -.- Bellttler d .Ita -Ia: adepatsel-Alai aJesp '.ay1
The Devil weaves strange example of e saim. The llta a
out of darkness full of we Defenders wsl 9 af D matn he a la t7 at-e
shaJdows. Wardens have freuea ly in Illustral i a m o-
noted that killers-are pushovers e terprise..-Oe ft U mamI d OtU cent
for sentimental/ ballads. Tears laWle, hoeevr T -sine e ti aie whI s de-
streamed down the Thces of hard- gined one -lln ew read od he* county."
ended Murer, Inc. gunmen WheaP or a tabloid. -
mothers visited them nI jail ..m .,
You may recall Fred McManus, The Serge Rubiastein murder
1-year-old "model boy," who 1- mystery -threahtms t .Jol New.
quidated 5 people cold 4 oid. Yorks meat.fbom s. j pared
Aftb he was nabbed for hi s homicides: Tb'er ,s :i--Car
I age .outburst, Mltwafa severely Trsesca a
reprimanded repoiten for Segie 't Tresc-
Ing to remove their hat4 inl the past n
presence of a lady. tne
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to. a newsman, "As uamal a i1 "
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bma .or ts ,e bal ve ,c, h tsmutede or Yo u- aa t oM aedB
wage-e aa t ah e HtiL narryIlg on a b sup up even." -
ar'sate o' -s-e- 2'-m1 ataing on ,Dunetthen told how It was neces-
ves wo eri here is because, thary to nave a license to boy *I.
-Auto tiblb.a fnue. NF .o. IngB l bpJct emb ,rco t i 6o Et.e, he has S6 support o most anything, even- a typewriter.
tractual1 /edgegthat Wl -P.ki--f l ;;ms0v.- : .... .nu't. Ca1 SId 06_iI4 t SS t II ,- "_ -. "
it's, 3t ale bteuo
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S threat ometme, ieto fna.l. iostat ]tel ra.h c--om ..mu-- 5 on71A R h -.1,*i. Mtr o e w .
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-Theb rlae onb E .. ad Reh s..onewer rosya, Frhs do I e rte ro ,and he onfident-
Sentorpou eihr wanea cost- er west coast ports. * Fh-this

winsli auto dsr I .ti, te -e seeml predicted Fran, would be able .

bortanlEec.tri g n e sch ct-aeaMt le staa onerom fe ts mwobm y years Dunneve: hraisedran- "
l cn ot chn ieshe Ittet onl osm e's rementation o wm o*1
Mr. Cuaretie Is ate of all this. snimati.n wt preo- munamst ongd Ne York, the Republcan who
iThe urden on him and Reutherlshoremedn in Sa Francisco and 0tPid a faDtes di -tionst Cli Ha m
hgoate, uft e r fter do o

i enorEious-neither wants a cost- er west coast ports.. Fito i_ .bo"a ...... 0 A',M. ^Slma m
ly auto stroke, The iUme has coze- it seems tor rde " ....'i- a g t d :t -lt" eal
Nor does Citlee want the re-a many of ust for that mayouch prom-f .ah t tfaomrth *matLs mc prn"gr"
hsponslbiety for enng a precedent ted anti-crime cjar" of which
which ould kick off a. chain reec- the Inter.ati onbl. lneshoremenhs 'i iauP. er o l ai .. vBry
tion o naflon-e strike In other Assn. president illam Braoey, S, hr ears- oo .
industtes. Jhas talked so frequently... 120 01ev F atnoSCh,1 , r 4so "e ,"te
Whit will Curl.te ofr Riather do?a I w thC ho wn n.t,, she icr ,ml -
No one knows. Neither execu- A profitable peacetim ate Uaairtraft deal, apno.hbao i1
tive, of big labor oc big business, Industry is developing and making of Ph^,,e ^s." Ambassdor ,,. ^,,^,^^^^^^" "H
has confided even in his closest thousands of jobs.. This is the iD-n Dnnnr" "General Frn"coi --- l -/++ "-
rkends or collieJs. Both men dusty which builds planes for p ri-e.- abt eadtg so med in mae
are toung the naton doing more vate companies. Some 4600 flrms iooo ane hink, te mhigodS foe..r ...
listening than talking, now own and operate 12,000 such a.t. 18,", ys .... s beas her I
For the first hint of what may aircraft to reach their own bpnitsat er g -,? car, of himse ..lf .slB M Bff d ijff.ffiml ,
casome keep your eyes on the Auto and, the 5,400 airports In the. Ua..n. tuankes SC? tl i -
Workers Unon convention in CTeve- not serviced by commercial lines, IT abm a9. d that teir is om.net- .--
land -next moth. Perhaps Reuther; which put down at only e.0b4 'city one herai Spin t vtie Uther E
wil Indicate something. Most like- strips. EB:perts say that within 10 levels the government -who ., A
ly, though, he'll keep silent until years there will be _s many as would he selected to carea e- a ltfhJUI U a l I i aU
next July or August-and then de- 40,000 private business plans aloft, Is placn.- He has set up an ar- Vw'h. Male Whyj _
tors in a frontal attack on the In. maintenance men, etc. ... 'es r-y to am ,
oustry, or- to take on Ford first ------- I '. _. .off
before moving in Qn the big fel- c"We have to face the fact"
One thing appeared uer n vi e- ts' moe n --on ludeds thato s ong snd ch M
Reuther will taxe on ly ae t There was sharpdebate over what non native re m but ths *- e abunust -
a time-and hes not yet telling Walter fleutser wold say to fairly m-for at ,.
wiob one |- IAFL leaders in Miami this wgie 10t years andIposiibly !b"e- -w' m !wt tl
. s -- [when they met to dis.sr merging re you would begIn to have dp" and mend!
At the same time other labor ,the'AFL and CIr into one mass retrn to a representative govri
i leaders are determined to make federation of l,00a0,00 wBorkers. I menut "- embrotder, applique a. mono.
1955 a yqar of precedent smasbhng | Differences expl ded er a sev-1 That is one of the trombles with ..g ut an4 11eWSiJonally "
S wage .pattern Wemands. Wle en page doameumt-whlc. Was these dictatorships,' comnWted m i
, Reuther-fgiht fw the yearly wage, brought into the sets.l" as the: Congresswoman t. George. o .
ethers wm battle lo shave down basiss r the final n~oetract" be. cannot tell when tbe one man may elimlinting diuone handwork!
the work-week from 40 to Ntween te AFL and bO. get out of the eicture." , .
ours at the samne pay. Watel' The. document habl ne sentence 'The have to watch that very I i The NIOQII I le l i ken apnde .
CIO Communication Work er b si.ns, e.rIms g the 've itegrty" of care, because it. there's a nyi n,-i-.
ch l ie pe a*~ed, mild- s lo.thusnle s ofnce they're m the interim. this whole thing might
lookIng Joeetrne, now is laying AL. To Walter Reuther~IIs means flare' up again," said Dunn. TLh U I MAflG If W UEELI
the groundwork for a demand for that all territories and juriscitlons "Are there any personal differ- I lnQ W" aMIv WnCLL"
a six-hour day .for 400,000 mem- would be frozen-no AFL union enceIa between our adminlstr-ytors
.hers of the Cotinunqlcation Work-would try to move In on.i a CIO and the Spanish government."I n tl_ u 'U .A! l it
.- .era f Ae ntals... J|len ar veie-versa eaeesthe- an tsk'a Cong. Charles Brownson, I 0ll the NmC1e Ia o y lSUt IikI1 I Ia
Watch, for the new Team- ger ,iment wa m ade. Repuulin, of Indiana. '
Srs Uni th p n ta spread- wanted ji t be a .t Dfw : p"t aee th"e NEC 'CHI enik-e) before you bhtyf!
cims Is ,- yur.eytoWn k .o, fta tq the 0L "eo "4 pled Dum. "I's just ._ tw. t. I.(f-.. a
wbikh sei ent L asst ld t wanted no ond-'oo t be tre. To rme It its NEi.s noat just .notner soIwitte M- NECCHI
id fo- A .Perhasee n utherwi chI ltsd o na.t n hey t eca e o th prfoun.;e ofa t e ioffe nt ipt lal.
*. -.. .Wat all signifies Is that thing may happen to the merger. have ben such arguments, int not lzedkioal hinee into oel! WhiIe you Wasth the dem-
ll I bere. ..: e. onstrabis.of the NCCHI you Mill become aware that t .
, x J ulye mr tne40 riva.-- t. .. -. cviousomittems i NECCHi Is efsp.r and leate. ee'handle than anyW oter
S,. Ware t .w.i o.I ,, to Suday Croewwm.d P :-wh rnco hake4~ .i tai -,w machir You wilt reallse thMt '.r s a
d te No. 571, pub i en o a.ih t c ,e.nSt P rf p s mt,--l. of .' y, a. ,y than
tors i . .n ree hahd o others. tou win se. th 01.,EL o n t IECCHI
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cauldron is under a thatched roof shed.

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with the mountains in the background always visible.


OLD AND YOUNG in El Valle.

SO*.mw*aM S*Pkbm

TOUNG orange merchants honest ones.



Pix and text Rocks. Again we visited the fam-
By Ralph K. Skinner ily and received an invitation to
take pictures of the whole family
The use of an automobile to ly with a request that the pic.
get to El Valle is almost essen- tures be delivered sometime in
tial. Once there, the automobile the future.
may deter one from investigat- Only part of the family por-
ing the village's many charms, trait is shown here. Too busy for
Our advice is to get out of the many social amenities was the
auto and walk. old woman boiling sugar .can*
Walk down any of the side juice to make raspadura, the
roads from the village. Wade -a rough brown native sugar. But
few streams or else jump from she wvas smart enough to have a
rook to rock and feel young a- shed in which to stay, sheltered
gain. Climb up some mountain from the sun, while her immense
trail until you begin to puff. By cauldron boiled and clouds of
that time you will have met smoke enveloped her face.
someone to stop and talk with. Nearby was the crude mill
The side hills of El Valle are which squeezed the Julce from
full of farmers who on the av- the sugar cane. Because there
erage seem to have it better was only a little cane left, a
than the subsistence farmers in horse seemed unnecessary for a
other areas of Pangma. The nat- demonstration. So three men of
ural fertility of the valley, an the family grabbed the twisted
ancient volcano crater, is only limb and ran around the circle
part of the reason. The invigor- with it as pop fed the cane into
eating freshness of the air is the mill, and a girl watched the
probably important. juice pour out into a can.
On a previous trip we had met Later, we were shown the cof-
a busy and self-sustaining fami- feet and the cacao which they
ly on the way to the Painted raised. Asked if they sold it. they

THIS MAN raises his own coffee (shown here) anu .

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THERE WAS JUST A LITTLE cane to squeeze, and it wasn't worth rounding up the horse, so -
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explained that with 10 people in farm up on the hillside, She had Someone commented that she
the family, there was little left a happy smile. We thought how would nevoi come back; that the
over to sell! much more often these children money was gone. But we, long-I
A couple of the younger fel- of the interior smile than those time visitors here, never doubt-
lows climbed a tree after- tan- of the city who sometimes seem ed. We took a couple of wal.s up
gerines, and we took their plc- td have so much more. some trails and returned a. 3:S0.
ture high up in the- branches. These children learn at an Was fhe girl there? Yes, she
where they were as much at early age to accept adult respon- and a small brother were there
home as pair of monkeys. And sibility. At noon, a young girl with a hundred oranges In a
we took pictures of the women approached and asked if we sack and 50 more in a basket.
of the house and the babies, too, (would like to buy five cents And the first thing she said was,
but there wasn't room to print worth of chayotes. Of course, "I was afraid you had left
all of them. jahe didn't say "five cents"; she without your oranges "
Onr our next trip to El Valle we said "un real."
will take the whole set of printsI We declined the chayotes but How, those two kids ever got
and expect that those Vallenos save the child something to eat. those heavy oranges all the way
will really be a surprised bunch Too poor to have regular ear-- f'om their home, we don't know
when they see the pictures! rings, she had made some of tiny but they did. And they got -their
As a gift they gave one of our beads such as the San Bias In- I ward in a gift of money, a lol-
party, two small unusually-shap- dians use, and had a matching I/pop and some clicklets
ed calabash shells which serve necklace. We took. their picui-e. Look at
as drinking cups. And they of- Would we ike to buy some or- that girl and boy and wonder
fered a piece of the milky white anges at "slete reales por cien'" with us, how they carried 150
center- of a cacao pod to another -35 cents a hundred? big juicy El Valle oranges down
who couldn't quite stomach it. Yes, we would and she was to the ford in. the river. The an-
We Gringos are so accustomed given a half dollar with instruc- swer is that they are used to
to our food wrapped in cell- *tions to bring back that much hard work.
phane or pressurized in a canl I worth of oranges. She said she
By one of the brooks we ford-,would return at three o'clock be- El Valle abounds In Interest-
ed, there was a girl washing the causee her home was far distant., ng, friendly, vital people who
dust from-some greens in a big With the money in her hand, have unfailingly been courteous
basket just brought down from a she half-ran down the road. to me. I recommend it as a vil-
.lage to be visited because here
one can prain a high regard for
'Panama and its people.

INDIFFERENT to the visitors, the head of the house drinks
from his calabash, to wash down his lunch.

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points to another one actually growing in the tree. It's coc
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