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The Panama American
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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00661
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With Dance Wi PC 'Free Ridig'

Cruise asengers on the Trade
Wine = ih was. grounded for
20 hours in the 8an Bias Islands OAKLAND, Calif., Feb. 19 (UP) tary link in the U.S. defense
Friday, had an lmpromptn show -The Federal government la en- roram and said the Defense
aboard while they waited for the joying a "free ride" at the ex- apartmentt is getting free use
ship to free itself from an un- pense of commenclal eargO of the Canal to the extent of
charted shoal. moving through the Panama C,- $10,000,000 a year.
About 126 tourist on the 9,200 nal, J. Monroe iullivan. assistant "Commercial cargoes moving
ton vessel watched ,with delight to the president of 'the Pacific through the Canal contribute
while a oup 9f mola-elad San American Steamship Association, eight dollars to every one dollar
Bias India performed native charged yesterday. from the Department of Defense
dances andk aboard the ship uqlvan told a luncheon meet- toward the annual interest, the
to pass th ne. I ing of the Athens Athletic Club annual depreciation, the .operat-
that the .Opu41 is a vital mill- Ing costs and -the annuity paid
ed around to the R blc of Panama,"
a uo'y afternoon Sullivan si d .eu
6 'cl rno .. ut He added that legslatUon will
crt 3a.m. to- SeeW hat sCoO ini be presented to the 84th Con-
day. -It A intinue the ress which will correct these
uiae des stops at Inequities so that cargo moving THE $1 CHECK they got from their "millionaire" brother's estate is looked over
Caorut eh.l B and port-u- Ithrough the canal will pay only Mrs. Ruby Lemon, Tro% Stone and Mrs. Oma Houk.
Princl aor returning to Mia- F o UUW those costs which, n all fairness,
mi F.. 2. should be charged against them. ........ W,.
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None of the passengers were CGO, PDestry Nuclear Weapons?
inconwbd.b Y the delay. Marlorie Ca.mpbell, a 17-year- NA ACPI'II' D estrpy
some addedto the ad- old blue-Wd onde from Red
d of I ne was thi TV Revival Of US Wants Foolproof Check
reported o the ,which is baker:"
TTh'dWnds eWag nrom'IThe Emperor Jones' -
ftsdlf#0 W romt i -charted 41p in rthean WASHINGTON, Feb. 19 (UP)manpower superiority over the
-aUshJBer w 1 goum some fW- ltet heldi bU.S. officials said tIay Rus-West.
time bore the Cans's tuig Ta- sanc eo rge W hlngton's NEW YORK, Feb. 10 (UP) alia' proposal that all nations nhey pointed out that the
wNnCwsushn o herirthday. ie destroy teir nuclear weapons Is West's counterbalance against
stjmerriv4 op the spot, wl a dvaemon te o Colored People unacceptable unless Moscow a- Russia's many armies has been
t' o n missI Is ampbell will take th.oupced today It has asked nreesato a foolproof inspection this country's atomic stockpile.
iIn^ to~he rirn pria- s innhia pie to Washington w sKraftood o.C.to withdraw system to insure atomic disarm- The State IDepartment refused
rt W nan the W House. television revival o ent. formal coment until it receives
sn aboard, ad the 20-hour "I hope the president likes |t," OFge ne'" "The Russia's proposal said there and reads the full text of the
gre oarer! "an Intere3t- she salad. Emperor should be appropriate interna- Soviet proposal.
S U;lM= ;Lasnre-n ..L.m1.ekinl .. Inw telegram to the Chlca" tional cantr foro observation" U Sd
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Three heirs of the "poor millionaire" of Rio A
John Clifford Stone, return to the United States t,
bearing all that has been so far realized from theirE
their's estate-a $1 check.
They have promises of more to come.
The three Oklahomans say they fleo here for *
timental reasons" after their brother's death. They
returning with a few sentimental personal affects of
brother-two wrist watches, several commemorative
ama Canal .medallions-plus the $1 check.-
And they speak of some mysteiy wrdin wk
about of the retired Canal employers will, two fi r.-
lottery tickets he held in December, his Ioao-pledoi.
elry and many pertinent records of his real estate hoid&
Now tr ying to unravel the parent of the house, no
threads of the tangled story on the way of jweel, S
their henaLf are young Panama- wrist watees, was e'pe d"
mnan lawyer Oscar Ucros, retained Panama police who were'.
by Troy Stone, administrator of in at the tme h death.
the estate, and the Rev. Frank R.
lalltokof the Church of Christ in Two pretty yourit PanaIs
t"e qanal Zone, who has beea girls who occupy h eod.j
given the power of attorney by tf the house said-kat tw
the heirs. ago he showed them a tl
TIsi Is recently gr a d u a t e d jewelry which people b,-
Ucrs's first case. He said today with him., but said sinc
Ithat although the amount of prop- Lime theyhid't a& _
left behind by te dead man simed h,. 'tskl al

from.-wardt e'- dU 1 R ss?. titles and deeds be has bee rea ra"
e .They adte tha usala In the *.. lcp ult5 f ist ha T. late
I.3..S A M eb'- s 19 ( W )( "011 p of steady t -" has respeatw
a past a e e o hr atel y refused th Officials said the new Soviet Mr tewas ae tlou a re a oth wl
he lfatCo oor ted pr ra more.demo :accept an inspection system tha r sowho eUr oio
_t.he rrsighting A mysterious suob ar- a sOcU ,. esen taton o would allow Western powers to proposals may be a propaganda the tips oe eved ra w belo to them ot the
7:8 nIe off orida coast Tues- this ly may harmful, be sure she lived up to her move in advance of the orth-f wts le h reaeeo s ahearectiont he
?o m.. t Tithey wihr d te htrmeoeelegamLI.!e onh-aurade.sur .she Cs elvedPupcorined estera of -eodis nema es 54br la estat tr yarsj l w
Man toers decid- day, said tods they w ahed they the telegram pledges to bantomic weapons. coming meeting ofthe U.N. dis- af am rel tr aeo wic n L terme w eo bred
i to' gIh wh had hAccordin elywetwould Officials also were skeptical a- armament subcommittee in Lon- .ill be tmessing lawyerss tied So bebued m
Uie A c Theyinboa uth e e H weovdne a ol urdge out saramn l coupling a htom N dron. M task to into the files of Pans- expenses on behalf of the r
et h Oe whit 1e bac k aboard G fs hu wevd e or company st replace the is disarmament plan with a ma's Re stro Civil, where trash employeL and will ask t.e
seen any ue rs lately," Iprogra with, a-1- m-ore in line proposal that all nations limit actions othis nature are reAore- r an o1m,
at 1 a.m said Botew Mate Cli ton C. with spirit of he times., he size of their armed forces to lMay Bats Alongi hSON, ramae ,Febp ed, to determine e x a c t y how
T"is Ch iorun through Benson. Jn. levels.d 19 (UP) Princess Maardet much property Stope owned. Amean oldtm
panaafor t. Trade Winds ad iscmno,-mi. Officials said this would rule mi T arrived here today aboard the It is known that husky Ameri. lived with Stone in he Ri.
Panapa for thof MTr mi on and his companion, CoggNi out rearmament of Germans and At8ph, TatIs Roynl yacht Britannila on her can, who was partner with n
c th Wt d is Mm on I. c Jan s w Chowas an er wit e Ious I Dbet, and hadbenn hi.
1hich-g apcme en T hales Jones, said Japanese and would give uss a tour of the British Westneth D. Slowic, a Pan-Canal em- most 40 years da
a 13-day c se. they have had little sleep .Ance a and her satellites a vast military WOODBURY, N.J., Feb. 19 The three-day voyage from Tloye, had planned to build a the time both mes or
ft ha ve. ric sbjecp in a losion of tpl anned to e bild
Th si docked at Pier at Teel yterious object In a gUlll S, t rda'y. Itwaslbeing pi-1'udden fluh of early morning newest Good Samaritan, was lands gave the princess the had already sold or apportioned S
u-t t Frank d arrTi, moonlig which they swore was TGUCIGALPA. Ho nd uras, Fine Cut fined $25 yesterday for speeding first real chance to relax .inee 54 lots within the last three years to ha s e "blr4
chief to the Ad and Navigaton the a tower of a submar- Feb. 19 (UP) Ailing Vice Pres- his Cadillac over the New Jerse she began her goodwill visit to in the section which co nets ere wctnsei
Bureau, who in e lered an ex- ne. Ident Richard M. Nixon left LOS ANGELES, Feb. 19 (UP)- turnpike at 85 mph. eal trhisr
pert on, the -1i-t l They have been hounded foralxth stop p his dwilal uue M ri ,6 forta divorce dter shfielder plunked down $100 biila fth is on mn p en 00- e ,000 each ha beend { m'uty t y, .
.' we a further information and Inter- Of Central America and the Ca- ae him a lock e he hairce to pay or his own fineand an-a a ai r paid for remains etobe seen,. Iv sed.wi
coI Aviews ever since, besides being ribbean. rletti said other for a man he had never a ont re tos
the brunt of adding fro their Nixon an his rt took ff she trouble wt u and put seen before. Acordi to several pe e Swain says every

at the Panama Rl l b4' Mp nHweverexi eonGuatemalaand 1 Sa .l- thspo c t as akn m simla charge but did not ve LIMA, Peru, Feb. h 19 UP) di. n ver. i m e l
pvm. Trimennle n uts p-, e ry T. adorW aiIl, when my wife confessed, 1 "h money to pay the fine. Peruvian.whalers .op e-ratingr confideservmedhe. y ,a
ren's eents, every- s Warle old he ude, ho within this countrs 00-mile Besides brother Troy, and two One the
Saering from a anted Mas told the olice chief. limit" caught a whalshark- sisters Oma ou anat the Ro re
A, h? T heYHob N pl on rr Jed o h ean of ruIty. h The National League' s most one of the largest fishl known bs y 3 ano sde o f b i
.aYuan h Iy tor hs Ahere all t
OnaThe e hst datvMlube.Playertoaid he was on to exise-igff the south coast, itwo vndaO ,, 1, d
q be oFaced by 30 drut a in court, City b red some O50a es over dusty, lHeaSrw T rough t tob. acores lhomeasi, whose e alon, 1 et ad eygelga
WT. i0,' l t et udgeg Thomas v erhart dedldedtwinding mountain roads for thed m dn And Porkici The 35-foot sea ant, caught is Stone's niece ano" t Rioae?
njto let em choose their own comm encem ent exercises -t the OTIATAe Nebio al(LPagueThem 75 on e o uthewlargest of ish e nby of m e mosM whomarsh ose h r yIn g o ton his heirs brother

or the fth tme t be- have bee so severe wth several to praes n Central product f i, a ood p pe of to- but til e one on display here "we don't know how much re- snt almost two
fea19 Te melt .aeomidevlopmen. I .titu e oarea F bded ea health mnser k u caught, is on display at a whal- posdon' of trust for all the trelp, ~ uIred to clear dhe
TeecI dunn "pro d only" Paul Martin sad, or legal acton L --t was worth t to prevent is Mass.. Feb. 19 (UP) Is uent, ad ng factory here.i

..... I "- t teeheon et ert Tinker Air FoBee "We eRg't sa
r t m ves, nJohnMaso cn c r aed hI nv pr s vese n leftb a Ceity. be ant hemnUT. back reS.
t"i- Enrgy / StoneTs survhvit ras doz en eak sd. Teemsl
01i.1A_ ..... -1 dys ." h- ducers who try to fool customers o-td hs t--,border s rs saw him laou wetn Oklh ma fl

SJellN. Inhisadd WA10Hrir TON, Feb. st rPyndnhow they could harras Ng its .,neoam eu t n tsp e.
a ID DLE ihdo e The mid. he wouldpnot 1ap. nyix.rn -edebyPuttinged ipes on the s e d a t- a alist shpplng the sources t oarn he e n and ahe saido atu i
.of a-giant n TeJu Ode-odntadga ltranr gove in the Formosa area may vOffylage f eoever the Reds are real estate he is rsirted to have ('simpa" Hlfe he t

1 fh i'e 'YOU, thvebv be aeaaWinatpsheflittle sland ofttryin teize off-s.hore, lands there ele
S. r s atcomniesInCentralNaproduct.ID of in, a good pipeful of to- Seas, but other one onu t display here "we don. A month afterknow howis return e alt t h
cas ef unseepthe pattn ofChne areo, e nto poston for n e weather who imposed their own punish- America to aCen- the two p a t first rie and eco- "This deceptive practice must bacco and a frequent meaOf the first kown to he been erty he ha here. But even if t
e le. e. ndalso redevelopment in the area be abandoned e e, he lth minister cu oa atac on Formosa. I kets, nor any record of whe Mrip. cle he
by .huning a profItd Only" Paul Martin said, or legal actions neit waos worth "t toiprevent mis- se-"teaidte-s"fte

motivation...will w. gkenw i bases onTheey- o understandiepoi" Hted tis a oney ladry ey and'

W h h Is o thn Tach0 =.lands W iorTheynFre tne the NraB. A check made ith C.al Za, othe who
Stone's surviving, halfZd I z e n o said. h
MANh IN1IF.& t 0 "brothers and sisters saw him las t were jad

sh -.;r-'i/ i ieks no. out remla a ai. -No-bank erewhe in his mepta
I.t. MA N i !radWASHINGTON, Feb. 19 (UP) Wencriecow the Rey d might not be were found either iwn tsPanama or thea.- !

S*" -.a,' ] ive aenrevac.ste.. ble tolcheve .ar .uper 'theCanadzoe he. v ittotoUleJk, h der.
a -;.i Auth oritaive sources said tdtioRea vereanalist shipping, the sources Oylaheoma to se of a me t at- iad wb l
T In.. ..L . athe mr han e y m yIn e tc soueiev eth di Tretai aothw ater il s rietuar h p- o e
W..S"eBegdYOUmv io are m 0 a bieed ar rlestatehe is reported to ha s
ainst the little Island Of trying htseize off-shoreislands there.
two aveeyooaRod the Matsus. This would Provide Protection for won $W6 in the NatonalLottee
These sources, familiar with their coastal shipping and get when 7373 hit. However neihr
-the pattrnOf Chlnesdeg aresaion, them Into Position for an even- the two pieces a, the first pri

also reported the Re ds a.e build- t attack on Formosa. t. e-s'

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The _. --r-esida ed as- over the Nationalists intheNan- enhediibe died of a boast t- ao k.

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S OLODW AND VARLETS,. lA hav some hushround
her. Perc-m is ponvjWu what ., abUtTha-s" ,P
hf tb, tt&lles a l hainfl e Wjt omen has to
write the stuff, and It~generally y u
Well, every vocation as its irawaksf. le.Vw raIls,
*for Thstiace. Always drawing bai 1'- conI Mli tAGO.
tical finesse all over the place while less.enlightned .Gle
are just retreating, or getting-the-hel.bAt-of-here. ./
Difference is that the 01I, retreating, finishesiup for f. e
night in some beat-up barn or the bottom of 4 foxzle.
The skilled general, drawing back to previously 1prep del
poitOhns,-se0e to it that such positions have been pre
in the best hotel in the first reasonable-sized towpWl.
the road.

I have heard it persuasively reported that the .eWeip.
ing drives and counter-.ttacks in the Western Desertj ra
ing the late debate with Deutschland stemmed not sg nucl
from Rommers tear&way generalship as from the. d e
the competing armies had to go each day no matter
whether forward or back to find quarters comfortable
enough for their generals to spend that night In.

This view, while enjoying widespreadicredence in the
slit trenches at the time, has .gained little vogue in sub.
sequent military textbooks pnd appreciations of the camn
paign, and I can'tfor thelife of me understand why.
Not that I "get to many military textbooks, if"*you
must wring the confession from me. Scared silly of b
labelled a security risk if I'm detected skimming through
that stuff about Hannibal and the elephants and the Alpt,

Let's get on to the matter of Carnival, an eruptiorn
which occurs annually a few days before payday. This
happenstance denies me the opportunity of having been
able to inspect the goings-on with my own eyes. But i've
read of the affair, and cqme this year to doubt whether
the eyes could cope with the situation anyhow.
For grounds for this premonition I rely. on nothing but
the best authority that mainstay of the researcher and
the philosopher and the man from Balboa Heights, that
pride of scholarly librarians the world around and also in
the Civil Affairs Building, that veritable treasure house of
pellucid prose I allude to The Panama 'American.
There I lately located, under the gonfalon of El Pan-
ama Hotel, the following spell for last night's antics, styled
the Coronation Ball:-

"The grand coronation ball, led by the queen and her
lively court, goes on until the early hours. Dress form ofr

After the semi-finals come the finals. So it is even
at El Panama. Said the come-on for Pollera night tonight,
following last night's semi-finals:--

"If you've no costume, buy a native hat and join in
the fun."

Well, I don't know much about puffing around the
arena pushing a popsie while bandsmen bang and blow--
dancing, I believe they call it. Never touch the stuff. Cuts..
Sintp valuable beer time. -

But with this talk going round of a casino at El Pan'
ama, I had best warn the promoters of the casino scheme
4*. Aot e a is going to stage counter-attrocttons ilw
that listed. f tonight pardon me a moment while I
reassure myself as to the agenda: "If you've no costume,
buy a native hat and join in the fun," ah good, I had it
right-- wenll as I was saying before being so nudely in-
terrupted, if th"t'. '1t show the hotel's going to turn on,
the casino promIte* has just better forget their whole
project. -
The hotel's idea of a good Pollera Night doesn't htve
them beaten just on the one agenda. Looks to me a winner
with both agendas.

Well, that Carnival romping around is all very well
in its way, I am assured by aficionados, but the eye must
be kept steadfastly on culture. Remember what it. said
about Zonians In the Booz, Hamilton report... no zoos,
Yes, we must have culture. Sea lions and all.
And Percy's the boy for culture, never doubt it.
This morning I am in a position to bring to Zooless
Zonians, hitherto bereft of cultural opportunities save those
offered at the Gamboa penitentiary or the Canal Zone
Theater Guild, opportunity to alleviate this mental mal-
nutrition by a few lines from The Times of London, be-
lieved to be tht original ancient culture from which Sir
Alexander Fleming developed penicillin.

A war correspondent of The Times of London, his
quill tangled his Beard, is discovered reflecting testily
on the question of whether Army officers should be com-
missioned according to their social status or their soldierly

Quoth The Times' quillman: "If a man were t6 s1t
down to invent a series of absurd mistakes, ludicrous cross.
purposes, and daring derelictions of duty he could not have
-magined anything more surprising than what we have
witnessed during the last three months...- The' whole
organization of our army is corrupt. Nepotism, partiality
and. private enterprise-rule supreme, and are indulged with-
out any restraint dfpatriotism, honest feeling or even comr
mon decency.... .: -'
War correspondent Thomas Chenery, described by
pro-Army man Lord Stratford de Redcliffe as a "travelling
scribbler," so far as I have been able to discover is refer-
ring neither to man)e*veis in the Rio Hato area, nor to the
assignment ofquartIrs at Albrook or Clayton or Kobbe, nor
to the moner in. Which the sake was shared round during
'the Korean fricap. :
Don't wait t. jfei too positive about interpretini bi
meanings, but he htpd out this chunk of culture bis
being appointed editor of The Times. And he didn't seq
that job till 181T aoot 20 years after his Crimean awa
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Staff CorredaOfNPsPlans Have Been ApprovedY
any trouble at your dub or group MANAtAN, Kan, (aP) an A "5'
meetings .011 parliamentary pro- A KaasI profesWr s lookg' for By DICK HARDWICK string f lakes o that the river, tolls charged or -t.,
cedure A flat plastic heard that a bontl one shaped ie a pig.Ut P. .Sf e would become one long reservoir barge tras.
operates like a slide rule will Dr. C E. Aubel of the Kansas United Press Staff Correspondent chopped off at long intervals by The measure ,rovlde
Solve your problems in a jiffy. State College department of an- .DALLAV., Tex. -(UP)- Fqrt dams. valorm Ia of
It tells you what motion to pro- imal husbandry hias a 25-year col- .Worth and Dallas, sitting high and The huge dams would back up 100 property a
lose for a specific' purpose, what election of model pigs. Now he is dry 300 miles from the sea, may water for many miles, creating 'of voters In th leukab
vote will carry the motion and searching for a pig-bottle. i have a navigable waterway some huge lakes that would lIe 60 orIng the auth y wo
what action to take with motions day if a bill now before the Legis- 70 feet deep at the south end quired for lev t
already proposed. "I have only seen two -glass lpture Is approved. gradually getting shallower to li
In all, the transparent slider bottle models of pigs in the Unit- This bill would create a state or 15 feet at the north. Then, at Backers say the conseMiaI
';ves immediate answers to eight ed States," he said. "But I still I governmental sub-division known the north end, another dam would this trel ades almoule
basic questions on 36 possible mo. hope to get one for my colrec- as the Trinity River Authority. Its be built, another lake created. would open up U, lUe
arons. The easy to read visual tion." purpose would be to put to better This would go on all the way to ties for indu a
chart is based on "Robert's Rules Dr. Aubel has more than 100 use the winding Trinity, an un- Fort Worth. expansion d a d e.
of Order Revised." model pi "every one with a disciplined steam that cuts all- Engineers say no more than only in the Trilty Wa
Story behpni i t.," the way through the eastern part' en locks sayold be ra ulrd froan thr9 ghot ',I d:
When using the card you mere- I One of his outstanding Items isdof the State from Oklahoma to the the Gulf Coast to Dallas and o? r u t M t h
ly match up the red arrows to a carved jade model from China. julf of Mexico. Tre" tan tshee frmn Dallas to Onpoaents of- the
find the proper answer. (Pan-L- It formerly was used as an amul-I The authority's directors would ort Worh. hey say it would whole plan t .
SView, EIcnston, /!.) et. establish a master plan for de. provide a satisfaptory route of backers of it .,
Is Ivelopment of the river water shed navigation for barges and they Deslite tils
heo dorit-yourself field has a He also has a wooden model of for water storage, soil conserva- could travel upstream almost s Worth and D ast i
_new twist now you can install a pig from Rhodesia, a carvedltion, flood control, irrigation and, fast as downstream because of the are dead auu5I
you ow. eoak paneling. mode from the Philippines with ultimately, barge traffic from the stillness of the lakes. through the program ,i-
iThed aee-ply panels come In the professor's name engraved Gulf into Dallas and Fort Worth. I This plan of course, envisions i -;
i dths, ran ig from six to 12 thereon, a carved model from Thirty-one counties would share only barge-line traffic and makes l
oinch. Each eight foot plank Russia -and two china models directly in this tremendous under.;no provision for Aicean-going ves-
ci be installed without nails aft- known to be centuries old. taking, but backers say the entire sells ever using the waterway.
or f. ng strips are applied. A Models In the collection are of state would profit one way or an- The Trinity Authority would
thd usi ng metal clips does the wood, glass, ivory, porcelain, other. It would require many mil- have power to issue bonds to f
-e t bone, jade, peat, seashell, metals, l ions o dollars and would take nance development .of the water-
echina clayand ru bber more than a decade to finish. shed. The bonds would be support
Fin hed and waxed at the fac Dr. Aubel has worked with hogs The U. S. Army Corps of Engl- ed by revenues from water stor- d .
S3..torym 3 onr .r, the paneling is packaged at K-ttate since 1915. He still never gave its blessing to the lanage and s ale of e e
.awith e groove furring strips heads the swine program at the more than 15 years ago, declaring w l
By AIJCIA HART China under th, technical assist Margoret Wilholt has .t ere- aesianed t la o r cthepatnels He keeps al I of cll s aprograi by Which it couldbb a ok up
dance program. Th t 1wa s in. 1951. gently rptarned from Lebaaon smoothl# and ifh y to the wanlunusualb hog Incidents daW9ac39realie nih ituach 1
WASHIKGTON --(NEAL) A- She was in Saigon during most of where. be spent three y e a r s alth a flush V-Joint, without a Iy Iag Idc. uta 1 n9 nwhih n snk
tia women sti hpve plenty t.eo fighting, helping to Lrain and coudfetg a public health nmrs. adhesives. ou n 30 years. The grad champn anarrw can wulbe ug from
oion ^Presen t a sp rite. b is ie s a ndudd shes. workowter. e a bt i" spaces ai oundabarrowhoshowed at the Interna-wie SeGli fto'Dallas-FortW orPoCa
of plaebring spirit, rse luPervyse Vfet nmese nures. Ing course at Beirut. lor paneling spacestaroundwlnw.tional, .--tock exhibitionInIM 1929 the order of the intracoastal wa-r'Pu I n Phone.Call
A.plucky a.s force of nurses "ll never forget seeing hun- One-of her jobs was to vi ti aows and above doors, the Savan- Is shown et lo loueteOis on terwa, has recently been shelved wa
rom U.. ubic Health Service dreds of civilian war wound. raduat and see hw they were nab Oak planks mqybe cut to home mailbo and a paintfor what Is believed to be a bet WELLAND. Ont -(UP)- A lo.
s proving this as t they battle a-dt pouring into hospitals- w hI ch progressing. fit with hand or table saw. ed on hisbarn-shows a Kea Rin t program Cal telephone operator became)-
gainst disease !nd ignorance 'In could provide Utile more t h an "Seeing these worben-at work, In addi on to covering the com- er Valley ene complete with The fiprostgr ep wouldbame construe carmed when shone operator becameoan
every corn' of the wold-. shelter," reports Miss Roberts. as well as many others," she says, plete wall 'of any room, the oak pigs, of course. of a salt-wa te r be onsruarmerier ithng sound as from someone i
anger, excitement and iprmi "This was due to a lack of I "made .me realize that American can be used for knee walls in an pig, lon ofks a salt-waterba of the rier w t o p ain come over the wire. S l ,,
le. living conditions are al n cors a rs, nurses, medicine and techniques do, not,work in some attle bedroom,0 an accent, wall. poteOSat soe 0o0n, oa sthe oailrr o pa e ncomseover the wrle. p ne aIu pe opat h 'e
day's work fqr these frontier nurs- quipaeuL" p aces. We have to realize that It '".om fIrelace or ... protedrice lan in the ti oh p epnea he s he b
es Who are aehieving grass roots In place of, bandages, which is best ton go alone with some of as wainscotink in a dining room R re at wUnterms intr. Ts rea n .call poe. wI a he loe.
good will for the U.. they often did not have, she a th local custom in odr to* T t rom salt aterIntrusion. Thishere, thencalled police and
wl the native y nurses substituted di change some of the ones which New York Cit Plywood Co., U dam would have to be high enough When Constable Wiliam Calder tion. ortua
A prt of the Foreign Oa- newspapers or banana eaves. are ntso o -"* .- II to hold back a great ,lake out of arrived on the scene, he found a the answer. But
to Administraionsteenucal as- All sports of hazards have, coit. -n one pla e she found that the The latest in drinking fountains which rice fi water could sup- youngrs of the shop hapd b hleenikown o
st.s npr ram, 84 nurses fom fronted4 the Public Health nurses, religious rites required babies to gives hot as well as cold water. ply the rce fields. operators of the shop ha been .. ..ownld ,n
the ul c1 Health Service are car- For ample, when a raging flood be washed thri-e separate times. There's a spigot -for the stand O Fyhe newe plan emerged from locked in the buildIn Tho pun t ve r or woud.h d
r ng lopt medical and_ health besieged Baghdad, Iraq, last Feb- Due to the scarIty of.water this ard cold water, plus one for that need for protection of the had knocked the phone off the
training pojrams in 34 countries. ruary, Elizaoeth Leess ha. to was a wasteful practice. steamin hot water for making n. VIENNA (UP) The Com. rice farmers. From there, the-pro hook and la down beside it. The w j
Here are someof the dramatics climb to the top floor of A build-i tant co fee and other beverages. munists have set up a fake "fron.gram would entail covertine the dog's whimpering had aroused the It's hvs w
andllustratvi experiences these ing to escape the rising waters. But the American nurses soon The "Oasis" comes in both pres- tier" east of the Iron Curtain to entire length of the Trinity into a operatorr 'fore yu ask a .
wo)oen. have liadIn strange, far- The city was helpless for two solved the 'problem. They, taught sure and push button models. trap escapees seeking freedom in
away lands: weeks, and 200,000 persons were mothers to give the- babies there Each has a hot water capacity of the West, according to officials of
Able Emgee of Belleville', Ill., homeless. But:.Elizabeth took all quick ducks under a sprinkle of five quarts. the United States Escapee Pro-
whp at present a nurse in Sh r. this In her strid and did her work water. No one objected to this a'This drinking fountain, which gram (USEP).
az,. an, will alWays have kind as best sae could; modification of 'the custom. may be Installed In any office, Phony border markers,- customs
thqu ts for members of the local could mean faster service in the posts, barbed wire entanglements i
Ghasftha l tribe. For at the height familiar "coffee break" routine, and other stave setting~ delude
of a Commuist-inspired nchent -- --' as well as cheaper coffee. (Ebco refugees into thinking they have i WW
ril 1 she and severalth Manufacturing Co., Columbus, 0.) he the goal, USEP spokes-* U

trouble-makMeng crowd. hi C z e h'' l o,. .- hca a an West Ger- n cfi w "" "
"Befoee the rioters reached the onvztho5loa sa and Wste Gor er" I -SEEP EATER
Amerl i s," she writes,_te "m - many, Czech ase&et police have .t
Lers of the Ghashghais tr be who been fitted out with West Ger- ..tsple
had heard ethe news strept Into man lice uniforms.
town, bundle ur up l and took ush NEW YORK (UP) Arturo Tth inki that he has crosse dI te
desert afw miles from Shiraz. rm or es s guardWearng a West Ger Specified i ste Cocktailehich woo the

a ,heer oa ,, we ee first, which was concluded wcth- his g," USEP said.
ble-in- "Yaa ee r o Ho me t ou d Serenade for Flute and Orchestra.
ften sidle up to an American I The second scheduled for Feb.r
nur and w say in a low volce, "sut "oonloafidt
.e don't you"' .. ... : -' ': .. Solomon and includes works of
Over .. we hre -- oe Thomsond Copland and Piston
Over In ndia were ere is one WNThethiredb one ek lanter le
w.as,. visitoritoe ion. Ma- f'.st, whi"h.w, conducted by Dean Eckertsen and
s and w mari a 'and d sm ture Menotti. Sowrby, anda, u
bercioe. runraml tnt eve 'ges- bek. The final one, one week after.
Stagi g nurae- aymeed uThe o ntheird wll n b tNe buit around
fatal skirm with a temperamen . nid Hambro as soloist and with
..la. he asaIawa i, ', a"-,,I" Leon Barzin conducting.
ne d an y as"s e-was'a n . -' T he series takes over C arnegie
cross the street I ithe some of her T sefrlae Snaye er aonee
atiden., a near-by bullock acquir-. .,. I lall for late Sunday afternoons,

marts wornby the girls. .- i. ca-nooeoncrta of The New York ,IRECT NOB-STOP SERVICE
shhr n andc dmphonatya
ehn"A lofasuruddenhreatp unvbrokesyshiS -Uf '. '"',,rmo rym any .1
Li n B relieve atus, e at~ a ,- T Eughne Ormandy is back at the

come.' I barely escaped the hooves epe t nty id- ter w bather" t Euc o

In. cIndiilln o bada a breather this year since he wasn
f t l si mish w i th at m eamg-.a ol i t n visit tNYhO spring
"Tl y tdl me you ean general- -.ihors prino ig.
ly as where. e sa gplkg to This four-b-ee eaemble for aping by Toi Owe. s lt The oreestra w ve three
charge 'by-the gslnt in Id eye- Iwo umal sepamae eostumes:a o dres, wat* concerts in Paris, beginning Mayi"
oB el s eo' to see le wal at skt are y amei. s 19. The plans for other Europ an
are Mine and skirt tone -te surah4y countries have not been compet-
Sel Roberts Was the Dugas. Wemen's ditor. ed bit it probably i a
first Amerlean nurse fo go to Indo-1 half dozen or moe. an will
i qoweonduct al the concerts, and willY
conduct all twe remaining con-
r., rts of the Piladelphia season. FASTEST FLIGHTS LOWEST FARES
yhee The New York Philharmonie -iA E TFISOE R
-.Blphow eaa added 24-year-old
oductors. He ll conduct a regular PANAMA MEXICO OW $ 0
Saturday evening subscription con--,t"n
cert on March e a, in hisc first ap-
pearaace in (.afnegle Hall. PANAMA LOS ANGELES OW $ 165.oo -RT $ 306.o
Schippers has been coming up__
fast. Only recently eo was oen-
taedMt a o glat coaduptor aH w""l TP CONNECTIONS IN MEXICO m R AI.I. NORTH AMERICA
.e 25 on March 9 and will be the
,youngest conductor ever to ap- .-,,
pear with the Phlthanrmon e-Sym-
hony. But he will beat Leonard,
Bernstein by only two months and
four days. Bernstein reached his .


25th birthday Aug. 25, 1943 and
conducted the orchestra for the MIAMIExco
first time the following November.
Bernstein now is having a five-
month engagement in Europe. He
will conduct a La Scala opera
-house, Milan. in February, March. '
and April. He then Is scheduled
.toconduc tduringdthe Maychesti. SAV E T IM E! SA V E M O N EY !
... val in Flirence, and then wi con-
,'The Niuw Amsterdam Trio will," P'K THURSDAY AND SUNr
perform al 1 of the piano trios
of Beethoven In Bostois Feb. ,.
25, and March o10. The Bosdan per-
form r will ellow its playing
Of the B io'-en cyile in Puerto
Rice. The. trio Is Made up of Edith .
MoeMayi, pklan. Joseph Rabush-
ka. vl and Duall. Vandersall,
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at the neck a's mouthed. dose '';'
look, and _doness at the. top.
Butterflies ad oaher fd-
&rowing objects have .* ated "
their names to thris y e' Part.
sian creations
By theI'time toe look has
crossed the Ataeic, it's modified
of course. For this year's leoo
for young and maturing women,
Jean De Chant, New York hair
stylist, predicts and execttes, aa
hairdo that' perfect gor the,
grown-out straggly bob.
The actual length of the hair
ts juust below the =ars but k's
smoothed back, set d heM wth t
iequler, Into a slightly rpl le d- .Net a tomak&e
6own back. In front, it flowers ja Ibge uan4-6t
up with youthful line away is gpeed ara
from the faee. Many women dis- baek of tui ek.
covered that even a mature ver-
sion of the strings-onlthe-f ace
haircut added years and will de- flattering to the more-than-a.
light in the flattering upwards teen-ager's face. Worn on the
line. crown of the head, they carry' j ut
To go with the haircut for the upwards line showng th
spring, there are hats that a r e whole face. .

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-tv;; amH ftaler tids low-cost room for yre-"ar. -
V aele "woea fiber rug i, "D Mar" atten. I's
a"d 1e, wkh ecCinlal color strands to accent texture, sad
iMr sis loepeate" l eeked isham omrtas. Esseh-eak famr-
S !le bila*ck--h te weee-ike vohotry.r.

By KAY SaeIt OD shades maket. a lindsome floor
covering in fiber, too. *aea i dtl
A BRG Nfoth rinihr neshon a!colorInvitesfaeseco cnd.Wkra i. Along abipt the phiank of winter, careergals begin to feel un, V gt their bodles Intoe harmerwit.hULa few "exelses. 18temach
aker femr cris tweed IexPmnsivt checked curtains or fel}ish ofati oed tey hisagne that It's only their posture chain that are _euc.lem .s sceo up,,ewi a -e----,ea, -r--- -,.

est mixturei'are t1he low~est in sizds. Recently. new line" are in- issxprobabyed sthequlnteswhof emost ar O 108 'L 06te Wt
fost Tweedy upwoltery is a fne traoducing lar-te sizes, suct as m s Between vacations career gals begin to feel so fatigued they bodies Into harmony with a few exercises. Stomach reduction voman her writing. "Terrifying. the sober significance of a wed-
nate for sturdy low-st furniture. ^per 18 feet. to permit almost a Imagine that It's only their posture chairs that are holding them Is accomplished with a legs-over-head exercise (left). Duck-walk IY feminine' is the way her work ding. Men are baffled by it all.
Often a seck of color In a tweed wall-to-wall effect. together. Fortunate ones go swimming for a weekend to restore (center) slims thtorso. Watline and hips are whittled (right) as once described. Another critic, Women who have reached Into
eave suggests an accent color All fiber of fiber-and-rayon comn- the feeling of well-being. But even stay-at-homes can get their with good stretching to left and then the right i speaking of her, said "... If you womahood and found pleasure in-
in Bus "s or binstions am low.. riee nda they wt odsrthn olf n hntergt usekn fhr ad". fyuw
hat carn be used in cushion r nations r"e*.loPrue and utey can imagine an enormous Pari- it understand. Beauty of form,
don weer weu41.1tunoghyoudn',t ,!an cat who could write. t It a t] faceadvie ei4aigy r
r as ".home" is a single room need a pad eath this type By 4,LICIA HA RT even those career gals who can't ,ver fai enough. Down. And mcrease the number of times would b h Colette. "h o howvroew ltan
i ,at least a limited amount of c rug 1 think it adds to the conm. can improve matters. repeat. you do it each day. organization and plottn o lo
acture will Ifrt .Perhap the budget jus won't Ski ns grow d ry, tempers shortI, un-to- d exercies are t me Hr'..oe o Ih s---
jpcj ~_ ~ be erm-l~nt and the o seea od a. w ptons egt eaueoatrr tpehere oefo hesewiert oefo hewoe oy, Fr h witln nddhis st,.,ha lnsnsh emndostite-- h104re9~r/y,,m~~M
S. ..i w ieces cin be I know tha often the case. But all where there to go but th atch that's launching a suggestion b ut especahy- for those ips that.uprig ht on the floor, rope, ......hfoeh,'s deligShti .bei Ia loas Idii bu ti1 .
n. . . e... .w tw eed how about o d rug A n o ld ug re gerator W e feel tired but w e o a pot. Lie fla t on th e floor are reach ting unhappily to sitting stretched betw een your h hands han. ', d eli ht b ei gas ls ot rno ,r et ae tre ak i
fiber rugs on the floor can nicked up at a tummage sale, or don't sleep restfully for there is en your back. With a piece of down work. Squat on the floor,' end far to the right and bringt'bey are Inc mot women' s personlitis ,ha
vxte ,. acte. and a more spa- ratedd out of Atmt Minnie's house no physical weariness, onip a sort clotheslne or a flexible elastic Ilegs directly under pou. Raiseithe right hapd down to the foot. Old.n d. ,foolish andw i ,,oa C
,a r. for free mabi a horror to look o muscle boredom. line mad. just for the purpose Ihands high over heac, holding Then reverse and do Itt o the left:a l ..r.. .s ieg ,,ws, ,, r. ..y .
,look to a rom. at but you'll never see it if it's, Those who are luck enough o Ptretched between your feet, line between them to keep them Keep up these exercises for ahe d sayswithruef, yietkho pe.ns car b clothes tNl rt
Filr rugs woven o resemble used under a petty new weave, go on na fishing trip Low ho';w raise your feet and legs over up. Walk the length of the floor few days and see If they don't' fu fe-mae tasks Itngs f and antr in he .ractea
rees coe in lovely colors Before you lay an old rug, how- much this oeps up a body that's your head. Clasp the line In yoarby shifting from side to side. help banish the long-winter dol. Incomrehes to a man are s
Wed oei ovl oosBfreyuly-nod .ru.., ho.mc hsop pabd kiiomp esibe to amaf re se
Sneutral shades such as sandal ever, scrub i or beat it as free of sick of a sedentary career. B u hands to be sure your feet are Back again. Don't overdo, but 'drums. the pages Colette allots for her
knd pearl gray. Aqua in warping Idrt as you can. creations to go about their house- Most women, If they allow
J- -- e~ _~ / e I *] A~ l~ ^ / i hold duties, themselves, learn to enjoy these
[.... /" / /* // / i f I I/ i iThe rolling and Ironing of a dress feminine drives.
O/OeOM ,.[On 0 dO tA |is as womdnly, in her works. as Colettes w(men revel in it, and
lU/' p 5" .e^ havingg babies. The considerationathey are as real as any womn
` L ./4r y J^ '.1 .i. planning, selecting and purchase of committed to paper.
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Whib cal as any ever design.
by r late husband, Jacques
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flarter tops, high-neeked short
dy night-gowns, and blossom-
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as a fashion place. In the resort
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avtel m color; r the cu es, dto dWe just tried a cherry pie ree.; be used for Washington' birth-
eavier and thus cued to cold .ipe and everyone in our house day. It uses sweet maraschino
blasts. thinks it would be perfect for cherries
Fo, the tropics, It goes into IWashington's birthday. It uses
coats, raincoats, shorts, bathing "ednned soui cherries and quick. Cherry 8ouffle
suits, separates,'daytime andteve-. *. nCookingtrice cereal as a thickea- (Yield, 4 servfnt )
ning dresses It can be stark Ing agent.
simple or richly elegant. In theOn cu mik %t e po &R
.. ..11 .. . .. . .. O neituptm ilsuptlittleon all
r a ero eI antsitc ase icWas a m s Birthday Pie ,/4 cup quick-cooking rke Boreal,
room .. it. a suitcse, comes utielda 6 servins) 2 tablespoonsbutromrine
u.with a minimum of creases. ... .butg eprted, S .tablzfep~
ULTIUTT COAT Two tablespoon. quick-cooking finely chopped maras i .-or-
1ULTM O riceecereal, I cup ght brown su. ries, 2 tablespoons %mon jce,
ro Nefirmly pack ed teaspoonol-3 cup sugar
UNLIINED featheweight coat salt, %t: easpoon allspice, .2 No.I Scald mik in top of double;boil
2 cans wat.r-packed sour pitted er. Sprinkle in salt and rice eo
trip and WOnd you arrive..Des cherries, weil-drained. 1 cup lEq. real and cook until thick, stirring
ed for wear day into evening, it'sl uld draped from cherries, 2 ta- constantly, about 3 minutes, Low-
lo brilliant turquoise or wcamellb s sherry or cognac, if de-ler heat cover and cook 5 minutes
Ink I rom for rea in sired, 9-inch baked pastrp shell, more. Stir in butter orrmargarine,
tr0oeal donpoor, too. O0ersisz ugo.Bategy~
ockets hold necessary oddments, a hatchet-!haped pastry uouts.,un tLand k lad ht t l
have tipper coin purse flaps. ,chopped cherries and lemon Jies
B s h iCombine rice cereal, brown su.'and beat until smooth.
gBatrsu s ar, sa allspice, well-dranedw Add a fee spoonful of the
any Cotten after a soalidfg in the chrtries,- an.] 1 cu'p liquid from i ooked rice to egg yeld mishtwe,
;.Eta. This, one has an .easticized eh~ si atLuea~baigntntly. Stir egg mix-
back and inner bra for figure Cook. spurring frequently, unlbtture intocrestnf cooked rice. Mix
cotre onglegFr Aen o hr tsI mpl ort mixture comes to boll..Lower beat well..Beat egg whites until stif
th e o ng -eg g e A m e i c a n l o o k.& W ot rs m m e r fo r 5. n~ u te s.. e n ou g h to h o ld a P e a k g rad u a lily
S oto n errymor weiac, o eV red, adding ug G enty cut and fold
bright. and remove fr at. Coo, stir- egg whites into rice mixture.
I Ing mm'after 15 dr 20 lutes. Pour into deep I quart baking
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t00aoina h'tc.e. tts- I.350tdegree-, F.) until puffed and
Whn a movie or theat rdirect- ser actor is cast in such a part ,Usaal ,carleat akesb Hoghtlnuy n rowed, about 40 to ly
or is faced with a stagei.r.t.,on the director cant alwa ys get a en e-ash- son many s. Serve immedatly.
,. as I" Don3 --a funny old woman eaters cheap laugh with the e ntrance prodaetltm. natale, most
he knowswfrom Practice -what to uescribed above. Mahnr womaiii can laihebarttly
do. And when h~s phi rbdution is I at M ig-v the, "_
IT'S all ver) nice, moans a teen- '. ewed there she is. to be sure. Such a director would pass byl;-, at- the-g"ees.
s tger I hisbusiness o -ainmg deae She's wearing a rayon or. slik thestreet.urortheysimplywdon't
Si-os-th .on.thebe a -- at._,, a ress in bhlel or navy with a fi Into his aerectype. They arel
plantwit.h uch iiesa if h..are.a.hideous large flower pattern. She smooth)) and simply gro .
ranged.,1%ut w~at t Vo shae a roif
room with a awful little sister? walks stooped, with mincneg ,Tey walk with g o o d posture !
Ts pro;.""bse crop.... verSylseps, ering the Inevitable they aredignified and ahYe witb .
isofen in hee cr daysofspvhoery,5eplum with one hand, danig their life and work. Yet they are
smallerr than the families there n. & drooping handbag from the trying to kid no one into. belies.
io.ten in the,,e days of O hdmes ber. And she Is funny. The a.u- 4% that they aren-t 40.
mailerr than the famines te"..,Idlence laughs before shespeaks ne woul hopethat the drde-"
1Th6 beauty'Apgr teen-ager.se...a line. tor hid to go to costume archives' Aftft'A.il.
I':." ~ ~et t"..o-'" ::_" : , find the fantatstic,,rint dA--..bly* W T 'V 4 W
Uer downd lttasesms with a r-Master artists like Josephine r"-Iis Isearehat scph things
'ra--ed o,-t o the rom b,,a ,. I~uHu can make such a character Pre still oftered to grown wmsdis
taer and her ome echor.ts- unny through mannerhm, as flattering costumes. a1*i.. opt 48111
terland gherh resome ture and timing. But whda a Trliwkynecklines, oddI cut
Pleading to the family that UW .0 Skwaelr W a & laL
tIe has simply got to have a room,.-helve Paper and int. Make rtlro _lo.atons ar .u O.
ot one's own does no good. There i tyour beau. and a women. &t s.
Just isn't a room to spare. -obe,o ust a4 pretty .as h
1w. ba..uom is shared by the Thn you canr-getw- .i -e.rs. most
e.l.r. so that's out as a stickss and velvet hair
,. .q MY _I~b .out of harm way. M and. fancy .wea ?ves -a&lM ,."..; _i .
9 4 11 11 & a R I w e. i s t h a t th a t w t h o I bie r S o --
svisclen is soon; for their flandish gasedaftt lsi "g
$15a NOl frippery of-.ad such "as aW~fmN&a -7-17
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More Chiefs-
):5a wid (tkri eJ J'q7(J4, vW .Than Braves
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S- MS, mURIEL LAWRENCE Recently, because she insisted A Onal. M 1 getting When a woman called the
,,, . m .r ~ o a private tak wtl h Or" readyta for her to Eu-. Roosevelt Dole ts for
-,-IM R;S mothers us he&mU, stuck a all i POpt Iagetropep with he ,Bheib help, she got pl0t. el -t. o
BPiWljk-t she's pampered h too stamps together. Peggy (ans), -who ex Four police chief. two
ptwre attent 1 hegvs some C Otberwtsb,' writes dis mother &"& ecnoaeHer9Utcjyst
Ne wft toxt we gkuestaB dAs o 0ere he la o ch e t wk Bota Atlantc rector answered her distress ca
to NIGWl S Tees out Oceanr "h- fo t s k goodhid.ne Oeruli on bon I B DA Ner-, Ydi ap
,f.e.powdernd spill it. O Er def.int to Ay fat.-". many. The chiefs who had just tt II
us~ P ntbeago c Her husband Lt. Jerry. Darden ; a a aneting, were ha cof i
S Apparenly to be a "good child a jet pilt has' been .a ttIone1 fee in a restaurant near Ue gi
iy) never rh tereiO to-yeahe sto'readesn fall her ohe. wo h-
nevpn ld iin ser's eyes, eeow1 ust there-ace Noviber and mustitation from were the woma i
noer openl degree with her. l eC toe A t wo-yea .,tour, made her call. The offlper on
I u s,-- e--s e... ..also "hi te and their to chil- desk hbo got the woman's
Igoaodnth ss"o Elesfab dren, py -wink; 20o Tonths old immediately telephoned Xth.
Wonder he attacks her powder and and son Curt, six months, will taurant and Poliee hie daa ole- O
te- n. Atat bar oinio r be j oi ning him. Am oroth Ro e olt Ch Da wt a p '
each mse for Inclusion tM I forddena- s eAi, whePl Peggyo aid today there Is an . eo -
1 1 1 or e asev e anead t.. Wtels arn m nt waiting for her in ship JhiJ .ilerf- P
!S dalnn M .lOie o |.., ef .sed of tesdi. French sector of Bitburg,. andnc -
ba ias y ly r ... rthea te.e fNate.. Ishe Is anxious to get a | Mmuse.. vr .
i msea be accepted by telp.- I i mother may of livin in a foreign country, .
J e tg t LneHs thatweno ers although her German right R ow I
ul sg. en To 11s Speaker Le scared of criticism,1is -non.existent."
S&-CERTA INL her use of I the Her father Is . J6 an. com- mi
"* " *_ ow' the Tow-ionr Babe ^ ,, ,, m u laer at 1 Bb with ...
,of the Tow-,-, ord "pamper" su gqsts that she missy anagr at l bo witha
,t. Lul. e'd thedral will i.T For to "pamper' child eaans whoum she st ,in until her t
a n.to.monrrow at 6:30 at to dominate him, al g with any deprue. P -D has ttv o
BIparMorris. Hall. Lt. Col. ERd- o-inons be has that. weobject to brothers.n the Z6oe1t. t.R. J.
.4 Jenanings, U.S. Amyle fact tat we choo-e to station .ommander. a Balboa
p engineers, who Is Pro-se su c sufcation a "m .Police M ation and..t .who
neet'for the Canal on pelga" should Interest us exceed- wk for cut n.
SHUaI and l, wril talk on ingly.
lo rhts and raak .Fillers. Re-
peervaton s for the dinner m.' It' an. excusing word-a self- I
e ade either. s protective word that pleads that ,
Mr-01. or s.oul oppression is tender, b r o o d-.
Jean I 9 11ing care. It is a word we use when .
we want to. wayet-t any suspicion N MO .4 on 8.-l0e I I I a "
W ,ta.. Gd MetingIthit our areatmeof .a ch il d has pR-aL

MOIDls from ther st. GulickOffis rWivdes adMClub po lurt*y in fashlo0s. local tl-ft of the rGuild o te the- bReMe i p ee.-
-sh toeL Am nthe .st. ..O fer, u in M. d Rigsht to ler' John Tapia, dral of St Luke will be held on Yes, I think that fear of criti- t. -h w t o
as se-begmher trip to Pandma; st Mrs. John Snodran s the cruise H1tv MIat o mrt Tuesday at 7:30 in the Guildo risym may .deed be this mother's
KTise as the maid: Mrs. Frank Gerard, who u taken u. art; oa M:Gud t. Moom. An Important discussion problem._eb __ -- __ _ ......
Robert Reynolds. Mrs. Lester Curtis after six day a board Ship. Mrs.I a ._ st obusinessJ will bU h'.eld...
of a three-y-r tour at l ulck; Mrs. Robert Aar er f ethe party 11 u1d C Until she recovers from It, she
Curund. Card Group will continue -to teach Xlmer that
sport woman. .w_ .;....... Bl. ThO Cnurnd.u Women's Club it's "bad" to dis re with her T ONI HT
o a yrac, .Unv~ersity, ~~~,~Card group will meet In the and "good" to want only, what she .
New dork, 8to k l1 .I T. Community ulding in Curun- wants; Under' such pressure, he
I POLIrA NIGHT T THIS EVENING AT EL PANAMA, and is -i i In hbie ilS' n-idui at. 9. 'am. on Wednesday will have t go oan detouring ay N HT
TOLDOS, OTHER SPOTS OBSERVING 1955 CARNIVAL ministti, mornig. s 0E anger he feels 'mt her hes to er POLLERA NIGH
Ileau -ostsses~& ll be Mrs. O. w. postage stamps. ,
Quben- Marcels and her court will beak their spectac Ur. Fernles Leave Mtchaelis and Mrs. Frank J. p o s t a g p
enterane Intoeel Panawit a-se1 e tonight at 1e p.m., all dressed Mr and Mrs T ernies*t Michaelis and Mrs. Frank B.
entrance mto El Pana 's pa tonMr. a n Mrs..Cyall Fenle il- Leap. Guests are cordially in- WHY is she so scared of criti- L S CARNAV ALES
in Panmumas ela s pollera and m lontun ed yesterday abi.rd the Talley- vited. cism? r N
These will be a parade of polleras later on, with plckad Irand en route to their homemin ._..C131?
jury choosing the most beautifulThe whose co e Duncan, British Columbia. Orchid Society How did she respond to unish-
eonsidered the best will receive a watch. The man wear i The Fernies have been on the The Canal Zone Orchid 8ocie- meant as a child? A punished child
the most beautiful mntno ir will be e a "aasil sthmusfor several weeks, i t will hold a special meeting can bur with a sense of the pun- at
Though there will be no foxmal pu.dae i, of r s. -t. Dit0 n friends in Panama CItY Thursday, at 7:30I p.m. at the fisher's Injustice. He knows that
polleras worn on the streets ol the tein aesthve e- and Cqlon. UOJWB Armed Forces se'rvico the punisher hss misjudged the
noon, many residents are expected to don ..theirfst Coente- action for which he's bei pun- See the beautiful, ascinating parade
tumes and walk or rlse Ap land down Central Avenue in Pan-. C urundu Women's Club .. ished s b S t
'anma and the mal streets of ColOn. Gather At this time, Mr. and Mrs. W. of Panama's national costumes! ..
oelE Panama th.is eye- year's Girls State. Mrs;. E. R. The Curndu Women's Club en- W. 0. Moir of Hawaii, who will .But to live with the punisber, he the selection of the most beautiful
AtHot uelIbondd Mrs.JH.theirsocial gettogetherobevisiting the Isthmus, wil. also knows that he has- to trust
tillspeializeIntamltancesofod Mas..nEwmembersoft unity Building In Curuud~u. De. "orceds of Hawal." or, he puts aside his own judg-jveldous fun of dancing to the tamborito, wL:n
panas, hte Colarenca. setin club. were, served from thbe "t-,parenthTeaohi d cumbia and other gay carnival dances.
andte hids orfpestrawilla dance. fr Gstsdfo theaft ernao nI -ues which was attractIve dee. Meeting To retain the favor- he must If you've no national costume, just buy MONDAY "Mamarrachos" Night
St h ekin toau on a wel. on, tries, barr-e, rilbus and orited with' a beautiful center- The regular monthly meeting have to survive, he may get in- yourself a native hat . it's always Any costume goes...come as the
known ger, Ben Moreawile aner. i uth B- dirylite gold vase. oof at. Marys io d thg ess o adne more fun with Informal dress. spiri moves you..
visit e Patio a r te i to visit her husnd, Lt. Coffee was red by hostess hal School will be held todaYewhat he does. Later, even a little
Ing ae songs a a trib.tA Lula Barrra ,Mutis fro es: Mrs. Edrina Jones, Mrs. HeN at 3:16 p.m. at St. Mary's School.1 son's criticism mdy seem so valid
TOudos will be open tonight the Colombian War College. IA. loise Heath, Mrs. Charlotte ,en that we cannot endure it: Exciting arrival Music BY:Etranee:
S r c and Col. rarrer is at presentAnedy and Mrs. Margaret tNobjd. Atts And Crafts; giCarncer TMarnlcholoar
t be terminalcities night member of the faculty at n- he ston .. hn A rts andcraftsgroup of Unless we begin to question the Clarence Martins rohe.a
clybs erg o Carddaniva r ev U eaR s ate FO t .Mts attending were w oi-.theUtAlfboa_ oWoman'scjlub meet critics of our' .childhood, we may __ AY "am:h"
c ls aislcae r ra vion the welt son, cArBeschoolat Fort Ouu r s rab! h oni"TeQueen'sM="rg. B and can me... yorself a
lranicki oes:it oabett, min atlue eiof MLeeonas oldcontinuvato endow ass critic'With aeThe
0n0relo t e r B aetterSalo, B taa -non ,thesh ab5t-ofMa n g o a nyo ne
y"hLoehn n amily Lomibrola, Dana finely, Th a Balboas, tomorrow at 9: a0m. claim ed. co ToreIrn sno Y dr 3 e o
_ _" p _orV itn_ _;k__. Alm_ _a__aeoar wremording star. will sn .in hq, r of
t Class wh r Stat6tt, Margaret ston, He. Her Majesty Mreels.
Th i fers wives of Fort Gu-. and .family.expect totas e-lolse death, Melda A. Bembe- PRIwES for the BUT POLLEhA & BUT MONTUGnI
lick wre ertert ed- on Thurs. States on Mar. From F b. '11 nek, Charlotte Keniedy, Irma.A. At :.dyss oLagunaWrhifor the L bed Pallin g O
day with fas ion show and intil'ttheir sailin' date the will Quaintero, -Da G_ Torbert Ann' donated by Casa Fastileh.
tea at the Officers Club. The -be house guests V the home of L. MersonC Retihar Do. dA "aneaditb as1 01kirtfarOth 11%SS=&
fshons" iralc-ly exagger- r. and Mrs. Eiullet Bennett and a Micha ghid -Hall and donAtded by ThedraT
te, were -seletioains from hte m be contacted t Ba thlboa 4258. land nelaewqC.aed e M.ie rs.
lol mthrifte Sho p. Mr. and Mrs. t g- agees a end ed .
eve "modelsw6opraied t t Etertah ,1311140 Mr. and -Mrs. Et lue H Mo I
Ta. definite talent as actresses, Mr. and Mrs. V ,C Mitck oft ron of St. Thoma, V.irgi ilanIds
t -led the 'Army wife as she San Francisco de la Caleta hayp aoaqpnme t.t the eare Cleanse. ..
boardedd ship for th' -Canal tettaind this. week a" Dtheir riage of thefr auhter, Ma'1
Zone; as she arrived six days home 'With a small buffet hon- E. Morot, to ,.Mr. ,Joseph "Kdlte and cleanse deeply,
later; continued to bring outthee horin e Mr. and Mrs. obert :vill tje -p.acee in that, communi- nto the skin, 7,
highlights of her stay her Bridges and Mr. AlanMcClur. ty today. -rs Moren mother ofo
she took advantage of Poes. Guests included Ur. And Mrs. tbe bride, is the former MI s a with one of the.
arts and parties to the end of M. Lercben,Mr. and Mrs. D. Clarita as86 of Panara.
thre.is stationed with the Yar..l.y Cleansi Cream
athree-year tour in Panama. Scott, Mr. and Mrs J. Litton atandI Grd s To, ingn Swt Tho Rming a
The tourist and the maid were Mrsi Maude Harris ter oast Guard in St. Thomas. ror Cleasin Milk
additional. sharacrivs dashons. After he finishes his tour of duty a
The moi6dels were Mesudames Balboos Woman's Club ta~we, the couple will make thier
apta, Curtiss, Snodgrass, Krise, Annual Card Partyin ho n Ohio.
1 ov rr, McGinnis Dials, Is Thursday
iReynolds, Abarr and Fraveau On Thursday at 1 p.m. the . .

The den-rations on heuer- Delioous refreshment will beono
the were lM.keepin with the sea- served and attractive table and u m t

son. u rthe motS of Washing- dor prIzes will boe oiven.nhoV
ton'o day. A b prr n cake The public is cordally invit-
beawit M fa and cher M ay Ba b.'ed,
an at@ ep center piece. MrS. The. tckp~t are i 1 and can be Massage : gently in
RalS.1 Cheat M reol;ded at $rc purchased from members or at ___ to sotesmohin
tea service,. aast by the host te door. Bringdyour own cards. *- es of m h
eases, n.epins wernd te and Mr. Me atrs Wee e replemh tired skins
A brief business meeting wi. s Miss Constance Ann Glas-
Mrs. Robert Krlnee Durinr this Glasnburn of .talbos teight-Cr-m., '
portion of the meeting It was ha. been pledged to New York. i
decided to sponsor a girl for this Alpha Chapter of Pt Beta Phi at '"ohte, oh d

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.ng.-lelugre hous for the enrich-
FESSIONAL Household Automobiles Pentecostal (Assembly of God, "The roed h better than you m'entoife ad the kind o invve-
etc.I Fellowship, meetings Sun- think take your family by c to meat in the com which v.
FOR SALE ----Cldspot refn- FOR SALE:-For immediate de- days 7.30 p.m. In Library USO cool s qete In the plabo w t, Ione a O f'.t"i1.aM^. One
gerotor, 60 cydle: with freezer livery at direct shipment price a IJWBI Building. Balboa. hihlands. "eml Panemomt o te early the lay
IL Gchent' 2 bamboo errs. nhai,, 1955 Ford Country Sedan Sto- .,.. o ,. ,,,.m, ". f $ o Iohearly e= ui lth.

L FOR SALE:-Three piece up- friend Ford dealer Agenidas Cos- Viej.. tt'refrige ro1nt ton, l "'n
oSEPTI-SAN holsered Ivingroom set con- mos S, A.. Colon..Rep. de Ptn- -.... ot drin ~4lm. Pho- aoboo 3050 ward .. .ems EDWARD STEICHEN, Director of the Mu.eum of Moor... '"
r verrble bed and two orm cha r. amA" February! Only $120.00 ives Phl l.' l tottages,.. in te Department o Phoography, and h a tantthe we q
WAs*" ,e5s.tT'. Kills Cl 2 c' oon. n FOR SALE:-T1949 4-door Pon- you round-trip possale.r--a rt oCra. dx.35. Balboa. for '.lsac in' American photographer, Wayne Mller asemblig .pct so.
dst Dt d s Maus c 2M a.C.lon. tiac. Good tires, good conditions transportation, two nights.ia ..- Pho_ P. nm 3-1877. Cristo- ch I.lhod. the gigantic photographic show, "Famiy of Man" w Cih opened.
rat Lo -M -ney_ Back MUST SELL -Poker table, like Phone 2-6304. Original owner. curious Hotel Teguendoma, soight- bal 31673. we ful-M n at the museum.
Gart LOW st ne ... seeing our$ ticket to ieal bull-
Gurteeradio ith ne Gorrand record FOR SALE:194 Dodge 6 Co- fight, with world famous bull Gra. .i.. Sa.nta Clara Beach ~ u, 1 lfeo--"to live and ive glorl- join sponsorship of the
-.n F NOVE IN changer 60 cycle. $150.00, r ane t n. New condition fighters .Aparicio. Pedres. 'Giron, Co1ege Moder' conveniences., nj'y the only as much of the time as Court and the Board of RecredUlon.
Sr. I outh bed frame matching ani- throughput. $1.000.00 less than Chicuelo II. Call A.ranca. Pan- moderote rtle. Phone Gamboo sat*-t~m possible, that Is the thing," Swimming pools, play,
29 Central tv dresser and bench. $35.00; rot. Autoac th r Meleadez.. omo 2-2956, or your trael O- a -441.. 1, o And as richness of personality social centers, movies, i,
ST. -S'i Frnigidoire. 9-oot, $125.00. Coon. A gent for details. FOSTER'S ,CrTTAGES one mile .'u .3rom can be fostered by recreation, so'roller skating, music, storyteig,
FR.... tr3Nou 232 .Contr2actors O Si 15 Fondr C DEYING: .hdrt,. 'ulls, s.. pait,.nto Clfor. Low rates.-- o e fa .life can be cemented folk dancing, dramatics, atets,
P t o uh e Bot di wwa"-
A eweo. --C d ..T. 3- 0 ro" wit e.t... 5....oi_,,- ....i.. .s. Ae.... roa, y-!O $8int oe the ,ours- The family that plays together have been developed under this
: A IN TT & DUNN F SALE -F urniture. Leo.in- price 5l.380.00. Panoma 3- cal Cleaners a T h s t ethr rs no on Board.80 .a
Kills ur1.. .7" ;.Cn.eOR418.r Branch .tP "treet JT 0"{ .-..- stays together."n Of course no one Board.
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T|L N ATIL EL MN UI F __ iO.R SALEU_,_U Fou r extra tres. Hsmo, S. A. t o.. houses io"r'a uned. creation yet it is true that many county wide and self-supporting,
oe 9 p.m. Adults. Pre-t n s Phone 3-0125. ino. D Stt Am a e nber of juvenile delinquents come from the Board also sponsors minor
p. rMi.r. a e toi. Roats & Motor, -- ---- ------ r JAL FOR RE'NT .--aFurnished house. nilpatei- prolo ubia re- Homes wheie thekind of friendly proes in smaller re, where
ino.. ...Blbe '-4239 i r FOR SALE:-1952 Pontiac 2- vin,-dining room, to .bed- /creaop. ad grown o2175by.play and concern for one an.- he community matches the
EOr 4 p.mF.. ..PnO ma ,66 ~rR SALE--O-ip Elen n-t- 0 door Sedan. Excellent condition. f MIselrlaneoU rooms, Pmaid room. Transisth- eor .lut s, Wnith --time chler that recreation breeds is Board in fiunela support.
ro' bnriotora "Con be geen at Phone 86-6120. 0 .- --.- -------- Po mian HihwOea-hile 8. Phone o satiroumd aderos., .. absent. .
NF. I = ' .. Iov F.shnn P er Phone 2333 ,- .---.. - FOR SALE: Folding canape, 2-1078.. Roe.rto A. Benedetti. Recogaf. .r.ei. as a gov- Family welfare must incl ude These projects re regarded as
t. not etru.o .y wedli ree- W Z Ru l. e. o | eas to moae. Special offer f --e.ernmencfu .tta a.. House moral and spiritual well-being and essential as well as the larger ef-
t" "-'T p ,i-9be 0 -- -a.l rreir su .29..50 w$E e mattrea n Muebte Sroe FOR RENT contere.ca h gNanional orportunity Jor living a well-round.' fort.
,,1. IMlkfT U--I-X/'--.. ,. p.l I i Europea, Centrol and 2ct Srtet ~ [capital in 1a do Uthe follow ed life, including friends and lun. i ,
_PlltiI_ _I_ W I! _ I East. A .....-. is greaolutions InBth Cl rter: In the family can be built the The National Reereation Associa,
San.sy dr. --il--- N oA--- --i mod f IacorsA F IIII O SALE-teelndaho _U rtmcuni IsV. Eer r raL child has the basic attack upon undesriable ton for fourteen years conducted
| a. andt. on.LAC TWe 0ANTEDn -Full teme maid for.u' Uln FOR SALE -e--S ,teel ond alumi- l t ght through his school to recrea- radio, television, comic books in cooperation with the Extenso
mPalmer A Gvrdu1. I3, generao hoeo2rk and lo.nd 'nur urnstu re tont your. ter ce 'ATTPRo TN bJ, Just buit tonal activties and other threats to well-being Service of the United States De-
ni r. l n e. tre Pf-' ernces required Call 8 n aI alm nd wterndsunrs M tant.eMuebte- ra dtr sI Every rucaten.. c h ud the filer the t ,a eted states a plartafme AgricuturL andt
58 2' -raE........ I 5t82 VI! V.l -BEII U rIo Europea, Centr o and 21st ro"t.'coldwater. Tel rght hroug th& SChool to arti- measut e of legal control and devel- ,State Agricultural Colleges train-
.treet tma . cipate in com mity lif e cul- hoping codes of conduct by the in-ing centers and institutes for. the
DENTIST a By DRE W PEARSON .FOR T:--Furnlshed ond un- lure. ,i ustries involved play a part, the enrichment of country life. In
D. E T! L 0..J b,+ . A.... .. ?| FORK SALE w*s r4-bedroom opurt- aBoth governme and private real solution lies in develop I'ng these years the total achievement
iDr. C. E. Fabrega r tIBlGUQ JiI~lg ,.: LOS .A .fl .TSE S, ieb. 2.8I- -- en a..Cmntqct Alhambra Apgprt- agi les arte mo e.. an,; pore us- taste and providing desirable sub- was 701 training centers, 1785 In.
De.ur.. --,deew ork | I r- o-u/uVot.t. .of ..on,- MOtOtey0ed "'th Street. Phone 136;: Ing a play approaeb, recogni.,ng stitutes. ..titutes 78,628 trained volunteers
AR er Dentiry .. "stutato and 9 lHe 6ill oS R^s 0 MO T .. the power geneatedby. Interest Families wbose members have in music.-dramatics, arts and
Si Ave. No. 21A-24 I1 V .a Californi.a atate .buUt .in board. FOR SALE:-Tiumh Thunder ,. and delight m the activities tocar- always had available to-them the lcafts, and social recreation.
I' "A A S.UIT .I I I A lias been tht subject of violent bird motorcycle 8500 miles. FQR RENT--Vacaton Quarters., y the learner to unexpec ted est of books and music in public
I Tlelnephoe t-" ...ll. Pam n^ r 'lr'p'. ;;, :controversy i. the California Divl- Gcn condition. $375.00 Phone March 3rd thru June. Fully fur- eights of achievement. Much of l brariei and recreation .enters, Man'y successful efforts h a-v I
in fr-nt Arr. n a hoe Pes sun J H p. -1on o Arthnenure m Los An c-?-.-. ninhed, qood location, Anc6n. the best group work is highly or. in family and community drama iiade. Much remains to be done.
*. U' T'H -(UP-- Swizerlan;,Sles ..... ------o- -- ------ Call 2-6315. gantzed play. In fact, many of the and orchestras are less Ulkely to 'here are still facilities unused
., bo ing wih its biggest tourivn ovrnor Knight at FOR RENT ms i modern education can be welcome low-minded intruders in- leadership untaped. The great
"Insure In trade since the war, Is rapidly lrst 'as able to force certain bu. n erS Expands -Furnshed apart- served and happily served In the their living rooms Ineed is for a ynmic spirit, a
,, e g.rexe s 2epapue. aand sero*v1d in the-n -o their in d o foms.. ned f.r a dynaic spirit, a
e nurance" mechanizng t king pleasure auat to permit the posting mnt bedrooms, living room lay way: The bossoing o child- Likewse happy and satisfying burning awareness that ll, glo
S.anrt uch to the distress of oldt of the llo e hts onthe bi Field S e rch 2 bathrooms. od the dym lc actvity of you activity in or near the home will ing, joyous life does not usually
SGENCAS JIM RIDGE Thirty-fotr mechanical facility ioard of one of his own state f- I' erL 48th Street No. 27. Bella Vista. th seasonal productiveness of the lessen the number of young peo- ha.ppen. It Is developed by a ausuL
P Arone Panama 2-0552 to hoist sker'Pto the top of tl s, though' the over.or tried. F T FOR RENT:-Three room opart- adult, and continuing frult__lness pie ranging afar for movies, slot t.apiety of Influences from biaU.
L--uoly Avenue No. 1t-28 runs were put into operation th ,ere is the ilnse 5ory of the O O S ment. El Coco. Seventh Ave. No. in old age are largely dependent machines of dance-haUlls associat- to death.
r;s."yio :M5o00 winter alone, 1cluding a neC mazn o n the CFLorna BuckDiv, 10. Tel. 3-2189. upon training in play and art, l a ed with saloons.
'mtldai,.gee to n I:oo cab eway to 10 000 foot Pz Ne an the Calornia Div NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. .- .. he noble employment of leisure. In Gree.belt, Maryland, where
f "Mountain, which towers above the lon of Architecture In Los Angeles (UP)-Rutiger University's school FOR RENT:-Apartment 2 bed- The recreation movement tres- public recreation was a part of
S "resort of a. Mrit-. has made at a int every ear to bf pd-ucatlon is using a 25-year- rooms, kitchen, sitting-dining /l a government planed town for .
e by a Evryowe he ne cablewa Pt the Bill of ghts and se Con old idea to make sure there are room. Porroq Avenue 56, 65.- low income faillie, there has H IA i;*
I -K r Iand ski-hoists means rtutln on the officebetieUboard enough teachers to go around in. Call telephone 2-2316, 3-0234. A A "lrHHi RI*II ever been a ja nor a juvenile oWIU .oUoW
E, .-, ,-the ginal snow fields ofs t Lof his division during 11 of Rfhts ,the classrooms of 1.60.. Key apartment 3. flWo -IIIIlb mI delinquent .fe
Ssee remote mountain ver- Week. .... The problem of getting more and considering was of helping
Sberate with the s d I .uck is a better teachers quicker is being FOR RENT-Apartment GI n- rural families to adjust to indus-
IS e, ixsC camera ter of hordes of .. gratedd here from Austria i solved by an enormously expand- spected 2034 Via Espafa (S- WASHINGTON Feb. 19-A 1,572 tiralization and urban life,. again I'1 Vnl
Y.-, bu *'ro-'oth'em on sunny wee 1p- 941 and thinks the Bill of Rilht ed fleld service coPrse r am benas. $40.00. Phone 3-5692. foot television tower at Oklahoma recreation Is helpful.tsn o. t
S 'll buy timer, rememb lbe constitution should be taken that wa initiated 1 FOR RENT:-Nice and comfort. City has taken the title of the The family needs the ense o
g-... l owol futrugp u-two9 odlfth astiaeeorL......tfal .... rt.he.. .r a. no able apartment. 48 St., No 23, world's tallest structure a wa y status involved in belonging to a
Sna- ly a h g eir heads. a, ut n pd the o at a mrh Lastn fa, taher s ur.eramT nled Apt. No. 2. f:om New York CityI's Empire group. And one of theabest ways
S 'chair-lifts, 44 at-..eablewayst ,the Cona.it.in, t. were torn' .service coure.s. Today, there are FOR ENT-Smoll apartments Empire State Building added 222 recreational activities. fam i y National Safety Council has (ruled
i cogwheel- rallrodms and Seven dw n. Later .he. fhd a note on 46 field courses given in 30 cities In Mexico & Ecuador Avenue feet to its night by construction ne hts have been developed in out carelessness as the mar cause
!n SIsleigh-funiculars are now opcrat the bulletin board that no ,contr. In 14 New Jersey counties to more "Albertno A pa r tment." J. ol a television tower. It now rises many recreation systems. Among of accidents In the home tn favor
S ing in the 8,000 square mile area sersial material wpd be allowed than 1,000 elementary and second- Chompseur. Tel. 2-2419 6th 1,47i feet. others, the San Dego, California of common emotions such as
'of the Swiss Alps *i ar schoolteachers. Street No. 10. Price' $5500 Recreation Department has pro- joy,-sorrow and surprise
SIW !The Swiss Skiing Fedoration haM,.ast y f'ar .Sc again post,- The field service course,, an oldj eqch. The Antarctic, or brown, skua moted family nights at the cen-
protested against the "emascula d the B .-ll of dand the Con- concept in teacher education gul will diBtehboib ,a man from ters and provided suggestions for Miss Madeline Pershing eovn
Dtton" of their port. Sk iin is be- ution and agan.. ey were tori Ibrings the school to the teachers. FOR RENT:-2 bedroom apart- 'any direction Inflicttit blows fint observing the night at home. meant health consultant, to, d t
Somin too "es and effortless'" down, this time b ~'ear Admiral L Local schol districts supply the ment. living-dinin room. kitch- flank or rear The great skua Many organizations in the U Missouri Nurses..... Assoation tha
Plaza 5 de Mayo to remain a rehealth and cha (ret.) Otville F. or assistant facilities at lst 20 students en bathroom. 13th Street No. of the North Atlantic will attack ted States work for e enrich- various emotions an result in th
-acter.buslding sport," it said. o. JameA. G., staff arc. for echr co Rutgers provides 1. Va Porras. only from the rear. ment of rural life the 4-H Clubs, individual "not being alert to pres
Ntuoe-s o alsa frOT on t .d. ..the..nstruct. "'aofAm
. a bNature-lo yehs also cra. on t -. .. ,. n, .a.nd e-, I. FOR RENT- -- t One bedroom s t. the Future Farmers of America, ent circumstances.
,,U ort grea n twarpath aInga s"..the oiling !Vt.re tr e Ci ad li t, sa modern apartment. 102 Via- Vi. Alamos in southern Sonora, Mex- the Farm Bureau, the Farmers'
wna l l our great mountains", y.dotll,,ntrmo rl a. 3. pa aM near Hotel El Poanama. U- co, *l kept allye largely through Union among others. She said researchers, seeking to
-Ihe ith all Pinds of ehanic henm egooHsc. hief,' h
em with al kindsof ecale e A furnished or furnished. Telephone the Mexican jump .hn. iEach yet not long ago It was report find a common denominator, e-
devces_ and opening them tic ha ,mke y o n up. Balboa 2870. Jul ap AUtreek ed that three-fouths ofl rural cided that the "human 'element"
noisyy Sundaat crowts.gsouiteteINot.. -ve Gover andr Coisti-tmode r...."..p ne de "wo nc.a nbeply ys and girls oelon ed it ro is an important factor in
Insurl, reu.nrdeonsio te u.a i.rap dly firt wasl eFOR a.INTsf2 badeoml ipF. p It rlnnc .a -) ...apl o r amasalohape Ieyo Gi l m o anteorln the home.n o mmaps
SAII e ties of nature have appealed toaid, "and ot to be posted on the _t i in Duplx HuM. ,are Joaqi Brna e, native of SCOut. "
iH W UK9rauthon ie to show "utmost re, a.letin botar, FAiom r DnAAr D md fuced-in vard. CaN Coopea Alanmos "and,knowi as the Jump- Leadership needs to be develop- Fatigue and worry are the most
Sc.. strain" In antg of con t s DUoMn rnue Getmboe 6-206. B Bean Kio, buys almost the ed and new methods found to ex- frequent human causes of acc
Conor ,'" tt heeio-.'C.,sti .InIOC S eAi- S"I_.I .r ',. u. FOR --ire cr..-. .lis t rea crop for export. In years pand recreational opportunitiess. dents, she said
G J I e' .d cn h WsN .teoNSTlIsTION CASCAIS g Portugaln- )-The FOR RENT i e season l rains ave o Children under school age espe-
ia ucing headaches Nevertheless, theopening oftnew .. ...... wedding of Princess Mari Pa of | tehedule, -,000 000 bins are cially lack advantages. It has been Another d eno m n a tor wa
as peu as statement playgrounds for-Swattaerland'r50i,- Bk n orsy turh e and oPrince Alexandre of Y Room.S e ph out suggested that as the book a termed "environmental defects"
Sthe iron curtain. 1000 skiers is processing at an in- employed S aulo rn tro e s. ou gh g c avia on Ieb. 12 will take lace .ne J s ave brou a jy t lues as .eavin leaning flud ad
rs of the play, Sil k creased pace. An estimated $9, the modest p sh chu o FOR RENT:-Torva of Cpopsa to get to es to a t mobile
,. a musical parody of 744.000 was invested in this sea- a ed back sfollor thee sut soaked fish hig tllI. One large ary rooN wTt:o ih na, moth idhabits thebeap and might serve little folks. where small children could reach
tr Soviet regimentation. sons 34 new chair--l-fts and ca-.. graPhe bc as follo t hto or s oe caony af exn illuro-e on la- trol Ave.i r m osite. -.c the as -..e wall with Its _-. Such a plan ought to in_ u e them.
rtten their s t andble-railways. g"Pn ohBillof R tat o cpearln rownd headsoo y ing in thise E.e Centrol ThAter. e larva a 1 legs, some w frequent meetings where parents
ed the play's utlngs for ndBIullofn Rghts on ,d tatea"ohieighborhood. the wedds.ing of this t.e.Ce.. gsmal th these it catches could 'be assisted, to provide ever-
time upoon ha oin of bulletin bards wof d certainly e tela heraht r ot ew-ai Urn ofirm n t, raises oy, an wdenin play e nor ter chil
E. Malekovs resign a so nW order. not only this wek hber do Italy will be. the eal rho hr bl o y an rea.
as Soviet Premier throughout year as sou of.m- event of the k has st e 50year-old Umberto For older children teachers
f Pe mer. L .l.-- phi.rateon of r s ate e r s a.. Cor- d y t already to pare the 2l10- oy has spent much of hise el Wt 'Th TopultUo.io of Moroco has might be employed on a twelve
tonosunnyfoosof exle her a or dtoubled n tOhe last rmontih bs using the .ummer
,fra med portraitsof Malen.,MeaRS H iay, Goodwi J. ", over ear-old church of Nossa Sen. er of xtle herpalthouh P hsore"n doubled.inthelast a month basis using the .summer
had hung on stage and sev. m *W nor. hora de Assuneao, nearly 20 miles mch of that me Maria Pla has ye more than 8,000,000 pe for camping and other recreation II
tia efnces to the f o r m r Armed with this never, Buck from Lis n. been away at school in Swltzer a, approximately 383,000 are Eu. projects. A
Were included in the Nd 11t iOi went back to his chief Mr. G id a la 20. and Alexandre, and ad England. Maria Pla has ei- .000 are Moroccan Jew One of the more far-reachl i
S. ........hi .-lf -, -lem. But Glllem was '44t. 30-ye- tmer AC pilot two younger sster ad a bl, ro r thoe e est are Moslems. Racial- developments In the United. States |y te-aEr....a e.Bl
PM Martin, co-producer of HASTINGS. Neb -(UP)-Old-1 '.'I don' ctre what t~e.go nor met i inlove l a emmer who livve n Switzerland with the _bo g balf the Molem popula- haq been the organisation of re- |0 Y U[ Shilr
w.l eL said: eor -perrsons avg ,_ .i ., sid Mrhaving difficulty inbe n said. 1o r tn te msbluamous "i Medl. torm e r Queen Maria Jose ser and s aks one o eana opportunities na .*
c et the concluion prietn current, slang wd lbetnat Wf1e i I"oag nte..o..i. teSdn crurse.of teyae-ci. Ag.i I b"exito& cau ador. Aeneetent o iselr t yct os. te rt are person Cunty hKentucky, unvdoer N
ltrm t (Nikolai A. B u I. pleased to know that at least one stetution a e lMb le and mem mn. Rumo n, ths the honey-y celebrated t- er 25th weddin Ara.s UH IWI
-.f lances of outlasting our;'teen-ager came a ss some o noS'w Si"nm'"dot w thwl l"'lliU'il 11 n o .low- anniversary in Swltzerla"d.. ... .. s. ..
Sfsre w to 5 agiLnst. Original. HE didn't understand. .' .. Buck and Pme. l lml Portugest h s Seven i manat g 0a n Datm..n h*
SSript ha reference to' The youngster was learning to c Canrl M e-" i tber elands'v r. have ..ot been i scter Mrnriorernass. r i
!S Wh. he died we substi- drive an automobile. Nothing? he o A Arles ain Lbertie condfre'a he THOR WASHERS S. ttea s .ec . largest city. -
gp. M v. We just can't af. pulled or pushed would start the' io ta;r-ineithemat- To sipe.rve ompton o w Sales Service iee W'L -warTo ,m a sum l
t.amble o n Soviet leaders t vehicles. t.nA ter to the a t ABOI P mt, Umberto h- ul boslaSs have started. W |s-
ostr So w'.e- editing out all Use your noggin" shouted his Boyd, head ef th D lon o t Ar bretsrted Uromol rtland to Parts e.eFlo' --me om credited with ui h __.7aL
to the rem and uncle, who was doubtetre in acralm 61, Boyd im-i r i yellow stunco villa near Css- Mplyrte a_ .ttiv nnd.... WWid ro-ta- a i r. or rel
,+ n. daddedl to exchange structoro. .. medoatey -U n to.eaeal vil rne" to iemba advance Inventors. a U wn ial I la w -_ "
HkoX- v portraits far por- aThe lad looked desperately for ma hedia lo 0d tomu dentsen13 f8 ARTONo and Eas Hawe were born loae a -tnint
I-k Lea n. We .eel we can Ihe Item before asking for enlight. Constitutio at all times.if prac- Nossa Sebora de Assunesaoi s Central oy Caldam the rtyea .o ha. six alver. OLEAN, N. Y. -U(UP- Mem. 4 h
ibMehuely are' about aam," renment. tieal rightly decorated with fine tile and o ges and otab bears o Ole's polrtmet .
Thus was won the fight of at of many colors, predominan *a aulns. e-even de a are now equppedi Jes Ar
.Austrian born American to dis- white and blue. Above one of the nsr min. 1,5 places o wora theory to support the Fatl -
Rev'our ,ra ontnlay the hfudamental charter of altars stands the Imae of Saint -- 'e t U o I others
"he wT i ll rnd T It 7' ,fAmeriean freedoms. However this Peter, \olath century Spnsumh de. o '" f- un-.riex "cJ" ""mE ch--O g \ .\, r
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Al *evditaal oef LAS MINAS DE CAMPANA, Lor. In thisW Je." e e auu Oeee w -pe- | 1| P I
,A. ea of the OAPIRA CORPORATION are ad- brt"hA. w o b, s w tdthe F, .. 0. P" t Me_ etheBo.o
'-eld tt the assets of these Companies have to have iboth Bill of Rights m ALL A b ,a l f a the
d o oi.se ietOqu tly we will proceed ao terefter. Ray onr aa ', Sm oa the setl s ,e P
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Barbed wittUeims, a humorous ai Council of Churches ia New
viaet ofle and provocative sub" City, the Union Churibes. of the
tieles .of aex spirk Etic Unk- Canal Zone are able to present
later'a novel, The Iltna and The the moving picture with so u n d
Lady (Barcourt, Brace.. ) entitled "Otn Bible How It
The settiUng Namua, a Pacific Came To Us."
territory rule by the ofil-rleh Sul IStarting tonight this Interesatng
tan. but governed' In the finest nd inasinctive story. in pictures
stfy tradition by the British res- willbe rent on three sue.
idelt-official, Morlad. ife Is or.!cessive Seunay evening in the e
derly dullness until Mrs. Notting- iamboa Union Chureh, as fol.
hati strives. A lovely woman Ulv.I :..
Ing by wit and charm, she stirs Tonight 7...m., Part 1, Forma&
Iear and official alarm-and worst ion of the Bible. -
of all, creates a 'problem'-when Feb-. 27, 7p.m. Part The
she casually declares herself a Bible Spreads Arss Eur Thope.
C-ommunnilat March 6, 7 p.m., Part Ill, The
mmuMakit. ng of the English Bible.
The Sultan gives hr his prote Devout scholars ofvaus de
nn afiinat norland' nsofficialt r nominations have combnel d their,
tallation and leads an' ,excursion talnt wth those, of distinguish-
into the hills to' watch an incipient ed leaders in, the dramatic arts
insurrection and postpone Mrs. e toproduce s unusual picture.
Nottign-nam's duel with authority.I The meetings In the Ch u r c h
-1 ifeftbl "will not occur as formal religious
I 'the atmosphere of tribal rib. services but will be opened with
uals and the finally real danger of singing and be followed by a
death, bureaucracy in the form of brief period of questions and ans-
Morlahd, science in the shape of a iwers, on 'each successive evening.
one-purpose anthropologist; and All are invited. No charge will
woman, as housewife and adven- be, made at the. door but an of.
turess, all face up to life. The Sul. lering will be taken to defray ex
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l r hs ne been er The soft b eek_ in fashions le ap ia ta dei gas from silk taffeta, has the long tors look. Skirt is slightly adt ued with
n at seof the foblaestop names. Evez ~ elft) b 1 Nettsle Rkt111di is in oyal pelon se it can be worn without petticoats. Shirtwalt dress
S p at someofthefib blue chffron with ng attached sef that eam also be worn as (right) for late day or dinner is the essence of Victorian feminla-
of tody... a stole. Late day dress ( enter) by Adple Simpson is in beige Ity. This is in periwlnkle blue silk with rhinestone buttons.
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Witb''" almost clinical precision FICTION B'* A U ..... .
Georges Smenon inThe Ma.-FICTION Y GAILE AS skirt dresses retain the petticoat daytime dress Whether the skirt leased at the hiplinc to fan out
(Ddubleday) kilifully probes the NOT AS A STRANGER Morton s_ .pr oppig foi.... fq i;ook. Even : is full or narrow. PJeals m a I fully. Ttre are even pleat-
motives aqd frustrations of a mid- Thompson. 1 NEW YOR >- (NSA)-- The the.sbirtwalst dress, seep m os t start at the w*alst and contilL I sleeves and of course, pleated
*dle-aged magician, 'who somehow MARY ANNE Daphne du Mau- t spring fashion, story in resscs- t often in slim 'aipd tu red "ver- to the hemline or they hay b n'ts.
has Tost 'contact' with his audi-. f'rier by no means completely told in 'sots, Is done with soft, w ide .
ences, 'his wife-with everything LOVE IS ETERNAL Irving terms- of a long-torso, teingbean skirts ahd' worn -.wth petticoats
Aitoin# (the magician), incap- THE ROYA., BOX Srances Ballafteing the narrow sUhouette Il fct, .the shirtwaist dr ,ap-
able of understanding or recipro- Parkinson Keyes is the full-skirted petri coa t pears t many guises. It a done L S E
i eating the, love of his patient, THE EG'YPTIAN Mika Waltarl dress that's Lhe essence of soft. in priest ald .solid .combinatons,
iin-looki ~1M FOR'SXtRGEANTS 'hess an mintty, Even t e the contrasting, fabrds ue edto i .- I
btiso to 11V6 (Zan W sha" MAe Hyman 'abris I 6e. ese dresses float,.Or gain a two-piece blouse and skirt T '"
bordello) in a vain attempt to es- SWEET THURSDAY John tein.- hey are done 'i silks that whis- look. The dress-up shitrtwaist J L/
cape his jonenpess-engendered heck per and rustle. dress is for late day. or even I
for the moat, ar-by seHE VIEW FROM POMPEY'Se Thus. you can take your pick evening wear, done in slk chiffon
Intoxication that sad re ge, HEAD -- Hamilton Basso of the sleek line or the whirl of or voile or organdy. There's often T
drives him from crisis to crisis., NEVER VICTORIOUS, NEVER pettoat and be in fashion eitherthe added fillip of rhinestone glit / /
In Widow, the second tory 4t DEFEATED- Taylor Caldwell ~ay. Newly developed is the ter. The severity of the sh i rt- L
this two-nvel4 bo by 'imenhiti,'BENTON'S ROW Frank Yerby combination of the long torso and, wait look disappears in the soft-
a paroled murderer, Jean, takes' NON-PICTION the high empire line, creating a ness of fabric and w r a p p,l ng L
reftge on the farm of the Widow THE HOLY BIBLE: REVISED smooth, sleek midriff. through the midriff.
Coudere, where he achieves a bu- STANDARD VERSION Torso. middy and even pleated- Pleats are important to tnhe' 0.60 0.30- _ ___I
colic tranquility, enlivened some- THE POWER OF POSITIVE -- 0.,
Iat by the fact that the Widow THINKING.- Norman Vincent Ai ,llum n nn AI e.**. iI
doesnotlimit his chores tomere-I Peale "ADVENTURES OF HAJJ BABA"
ly Seryicin the. dumb animals. BETTER HOMES & GARDENS "-f, -'I.I
However,'t Jean's Infatuation for, NEW COOK BOOK l f Aa^ miaf?,,'TK AIi B ...m
Fde. the Widow's. sixteen-year- BETTY CROCKFR'S GOOD AND NIW CINEMAS JF E ADVENTURE I ,ma.i 1 I
old sec, changes the. picture ra-. EASY COOK BOOK
dically and the novel moves at a aTHE TUMULT AND THE SHOUT. AIE IJ iNN S
rapid pace toward its grisly ci-, ING Grantiand Rice ..
miax. i-LL CRY TMORROW a.Lillian cM UM 1 JW"11
Sim s'on fans will, like both of Roth .s i t" golCapta" 's Pfadisr
these: ritus '.THE PItAYERS OF PETER
The ite eert. by John Gla.r RSHALL Ed. by Kttherine' .
Te White Desert, by John G s- marshall
ever. (Dutton): Unknown parts of THIS I BELIEVE 2, ed. by
the. earot no matter how remote! Raymond Swing
or hospitable,. hold a fascination PUT WE WERE BORN FREE ,
for the explorer and for the scien-: Elmer DaviFs ..amia" ss m amon-
tist., This (a the .narrative of the THE SATURDAY EVENING '
Norwbgian British SwedishI POST TREASURY Ed. byA I 'L ... 41 1 1 I I I I I H n
Atzareflr expedition -of 1940-1952. Rogei Butterfield
it ep from the three ns.I
tioo kst"a ed tisW main camp ; "
on *..,t ti. .ifs NOmll Lightweight Crone
&ot tie Antarctic Circle and 9h
for. tW -years made exploratory Can Be Dropped
tripe far iato the frozen interior rnr .
front this base, using dog-sledges Mrm AirplFne DS
and snow tractors.
Csnow.Yia v.Norwegian leader
.....t Q I "oi g;athel soy NUNDA, N. Y. -(UP) The
i factual style which neverthe- first crane ever built so it can
less does not become dull b ,e dropped from an aitplane has
Three key men were drowned been designed by a Ntndsa con-
eand the to d e exI possible oti gen gineer.
failur 1in a mieviong ts scientific. .i h Ornit f worked out de-
Soals-ut the unselfish co-opera-n t ils of the new-type heavytduty

ion of the remaining n, solved crane r t he Wayne Crane Div
heir problem. s ion of American Steel Dredge Co.,
ore prt., Wayn, r d. 'rhe company re- 3
S e A._' a_ _ed l-s,. ,.eived a government research and -
SE.1t. s tl...orm of foron- t nolc oment contract for the self-
pianoveA tor ryiia n,.I Fer
tier dvtua t that moves with the propele, ro bbe U t tiredA lght-
peed, the turbulence and ofteDn weight vehicle capable of being.
the "beh' -- a o mountain stream Iruted to ea th ever combat ter-
a% it fo6 s 6k IT traint through "ritory'
Indeal country in what is now Wy-* The cr'ne is to be constructed .
ming. r ,t speciaJ alY iAmateriaLs possess- ,
Jotu l' r a ineg ih ss and strength. The do-
har-blaead ..n named .u.anneisign callq for about h-If the
secur.ty in the weigbt o_ a sinmifr P eilsestand-
... .r_ watft es"; t hero, Iasrd road crane we ihng 3",000I -''

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SP.. erise ekey 'Wgt. CO ODDS
)pen $1,500 Gallop; CurT dui --"' uoubeader this A
atterhe diamond for.. ll hip 1--Floreno H. Ruiz 110 -DClr a1. ia .
of the Armd Forces L 4 s 3-T. Collins C. Ig ie. 102 -Ndthiig a Onthe 15-1
lass. A' Race On Tap .. y r p:W I .. 7.*, ,
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-t of the o Air Force am 7 to 3 WbH -it' s AVastv. 1i s4-1
Clayton outscored Fot 0e. 6 --Nister 0 "ed "1
J, t of t an Franco race track's best four-year- to 4. First half champion Navy 8 Alabar a E 10 -Good ed 5-1
haill match strides this afternoon in the annual $1500 Westbank trounced oCaihbban / dao .resc . abx h n d Lu
rnit .Classic over a distance of 6ne mile and five- Command. 12 to 7, In the oth0-R.M B. A,. aff. oId 3
Ray AmatO held Albrook to 2nd Race "I" Imported 4 p.jg. .'* lTl les: 1:1
l^ iere and Vulcanlzadothe first half mile before jaqu!- four singles an x 1fco.d Ra9 qf the : 1.15
ba theiou st times out, mazo took over that position and registering his firvt triumph of -, e,
ctiv7 mutu I a vSf& ed on the leaders I the second half. Joe Garcia ad 1-V. Breeze R. Gones 117 --i. here "m-1 e
ta otl tonvnr il,Ge.Oua iaqul" t o the w l Butch Zent were the offensive. 2--oscrea _. 3 !0. _- _.H-. W
dn, MerrylpperandDlx-i Two furlongs.out Guillermo standouts for Curundu,, arc" .n--.urFancy A. Uat 11o .-..- 'pucl 5-1
,s ae alo & eected to be Sanchez, up on, Renampargo i, blasted a-three-run dhrotriplen e ?n ..... -ssu -- -
:4 &IIt Y ba ted In the mu- gave the hefty Argentine-bred first inning while Zent doubled' 5-42..0 .0 tuble A. IO . 1h ,
five-year-old brown son of -on- in two run in the fifth. ;, -, tiOn L. i. 14 -m-ontende3r b
dalsolO-Media Rienda his head ,, --,gi .- 1
I ferle lst ek defeated and he raced away to a three- Losing pitcher Jim Reynolds,. 0, ea
i r, u. Qoyon length lead.,wic was orned struck out seven but walked AI0 3rd e "F" ative ... #, 7Na.iv- el"" elemes: 1:45 reVtak
ua 1 his fourth.only because chez was con-. In auferg 'his fi t at 1
" utive. victory all scored tent to. leth s mount, breeze .mto whiffe five little Flyers.. ONE.TWO.a.
e margins. Despite down the homestretch. aquima- Paul Hodges eadthe 1-arana A. a 106 inih 3-1
sing streak, there are many zo closed strongly in the final nfly swatted two single dpi ce 2--Julle A. Oonza 10 --alol d b le p d1-. the-
are not convinced that Jose drive but failed to.menace the while Bob Waordand Dk ld P H. ftul 100 h d'eg slowly t 3-1 .- th
lls hard-running British- winner. Rastetter l4shed doubles to en- 4--Lboria V. CastI. 11 I class
bay horse top ight able Clayton pitcher Bill Wilken- rcu a. Rano 07x- d p 1 'L
i1. He will t chance to Relampago I paid $5.0 win son to pick p "a six--it victor e-POk land J. -o PI r oee 4-1 tl
- l wiU ride and $4.20 place., Jaqulmazo re- Larry onPi ierd lLs sno ..red. tn hre-eo .a-s ea ur' 11 O 4 1 e
LM&I" as usual. -turned $4 to place layton's seven -runs without -Je Ala F. Rose 110 -i ll It u-t 3-1
Whose owner tiI getting a hit.-by drawing three 3 Agl. 115 --E d imbelting x3x Ame
expert at the way The day's biggest wn payoff, of the nine wlks i Al
put dyir g longiot wlnn ,j mo

e h ta d c d i sr 1ittee w S rI Nahaa n l .of h sib ozan Ranet i NattIa 6r s out P s b3tt Fool' e esa o
t hot-and-uod In ihis re-$1r4ln the six th. 6d A tnt.heC O t o Aait r AginIx- 't.n -i kely t t 1 4 *e
rit, Lat weewthe V~~llih cu rutow,. w hinh 1 r-1 10ou-1 seven)rfS hits. -1 1 IO

I elr Lastew he was P V sqes Bren th d6to. a no the r e tt e -WlR ra J. Agul. 110 I Fbette a p ol eses: 3-1 8-Pol tF ofg. 108 Itate gook an e t s oor 3-1 aftor
hs c oue dd ninl p0Uced Carroll. Fli

SMi t but p. mne t he shold 2 rC Luus. l d who Rao "r" Ip ..hl eb cmdtdpIB Bg ' Ipre MePuse: $1,000 1ool closes: ma0 :.
od t e*h is all thewa Wnthesdive t ot i Moundan s other glat es 1-ArithV H R i08 returns fromeayoff 5 t

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er f i Leldet s tr Vf tAornse eTst h -.Itchai t re V..Hdial. 11.5.-from layoff 10 .1 s L-1 It R Aitie 6 F Purs e 3750 tool losesa2 Door
et in ths raed i 1 d0 rCND RACE it--Prodeo i. Tun ox --De0n-t. eem iIkely 15-1 trf, .. Ee ma fr 't
omi pheya recently. Oa ag. eood with1 a l rh and7together0with Ju T. T. Rse 110 ILt t dwre" .204 8-Pol 3i.nrse 4ig 105 -Aaren0 good ccance tse 301 aXv th
Mwutto h g -oftuble $340, 5'' 7--Orano Re Vr 11t ---etm stiff test heere -1 -on oyo oM. ta. 10 -Wl fight I t out l-1 ,he
. gbuit vasnathonels 12. f 11 I b r h -13 1 r

aiS" ''dy In hs cny a-Wllrae R .y 1! _.R wer lDs W 3-1. t 3G jal. IEp o 12 Mie hurse: lArt th. evPeol0 21
her hoh i t ime, h LRs. RACE e n at br . th wRace ""' ttm t Fl do.w. e o. H b 00 ool e lo s ,s: :q5 -t 1 -S .b.ener oe l
i en soulint bw overloo 1--Daniel a1140a, 28.80. 'i m .".n p- asat; .1-Dne mx .n Ratoeua

kthe k ouI O- T .80 t m os. "1 3-Re Mero- v. cs.e 11 -Ns wbehh lng r.en y 3 81 .A a c0 -a r t. a e ,. 2
Bptlyat 15ESTION Tpl1`er ,---0 n- ..1000.
l n m l a ga inst Z d c 3 80. rin th e l a r hey / 10. epGmra. Reyes -. x110-Ds map inted -in last 5-1 i-hXi. v bx w ;
f3 l d. per x f hasi eon ln.. it rthe*pla'st hri d, ta mh -R.yetna ir. yeys 112- as reeon noreting h 80-1 G1n gerou :

'dir b P H'r BCE m a u fo"r ed0 a m ea s D a H s 1t0 n- 8.-P-V 1'41 -Th hore tb "0 o :h
0 *h. rie rilyold. -Corawal S#, t,.a.0. Awhit: sn, ito is. a Sl-eceW(dl ".---OUSTON and NEW ORL EANS 3 -1 a
a te Ma l l viotion. The ball ennot.er.ss 7th e "G" I prted 7 Fg.y: 4.00 Pool closes: 4:0"A t' t-- Purse: l ,os
e will-.- 3t l -tiv. d 20. tse Mne at a tme r.- d w eha -, SeAond pl ee oa the Double Sail n : E e r T.enlDays for: ff .4
ot e bc hket int his o r-ac ..'I itOD Rnfo5P rLl- t i "1 .--1 9R Utert
a h tle'ae rabed a 1-uor Va baela 1b-ekuoonl 1 6--61.0p4a0 .. VmTH. Ioe 1-Ran st twoime ad 2-1 1-EteW YORI-PHIL 2ADELPHIA-BALetIMOREd 11

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a erb ae rporhe 3--l S-ine 30 anor to. ou t are the an 4--led Reysa 110 -Cud p tedr spe lat 3 -1 R. eVax 1180 -H'-eard bit shortat waherres
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tby owe catl --_ aa grodN D, $.20 a. n a, apoLey mu ch pl.ay wi p..- McL. Grl. .-n. .Nhng recently 18-1
a. wln pnd. o -- 4 .abti .0 ,,O,.4--T. TfO.eTw:' R413.0i t two wreford20-1.c R: A f*P apA rnlhy.ooutclassed.3 6 a -4,1-_
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ta,0a b ote a wh o p as tlhe Gi Ta p L..- quvaCittevr larOoedr .a1o
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Second Gamhe,- ;
omack Distlllers vs a
Strike "
he second half of
a this afternmoon tM -
Twilight League.
mped 7461st ign .
ng on the Amerie
:00 p.m. at the Bal -
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,ader. In the seetbtn iie
Lucky Strikers, f 1Ilr f
ips, will meet the Wol1tck
fty Conrad will take the
nd for the Improved Signal
& ,against either Frank Ma-
y or Ed Klrchmier of the
Scan Legion nine.
eblb Hearne Is slated ,for
nd duty for the Stlrikerm and
lack VU ee d Lou. Charles
he mB1id la(.,_n effort to
the LU, 5fte tea
wllight UEa% 1 Hot Sv
y Conrad takes ( ihe
agershp of the 3T6 from
Sexton at the st of the
ad half. Sexton wtl leave
Isthmus at the end of month
quite a number of years of
Snqg bll in the Canal F7one.
I Luck, Jeff.. -
ague ffiials will hold a
tng at the Balboa .Oym to-
it 2-noon where final plans
be discussed or the gla
Carnival B-ane tb be hpld
uaty 25 at the -Amerlcan
oh Club,- at 'ort Amador.
prizes, spot prizes and en-
inment have been lined up
Ie committee and tlrkets fnr
lance at $1 a couple can be
based from any of the play-
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p ,Balboa Hlgh( ilox Win t
el "Grllo" paert. 'a1
flrstsacker 4 -dt Sandy
k:1, classv rlghthander- and
of the Balboa HIWh school
a mound staff have sIgned
the American LBiotlo" for \
second half and will see aci /
I .tw first' pine tofty.1

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Red Rhimester Golden Tap
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WE GET perfect conditions for
spotted sea trout fishing in. Lake
Worth about once every tWo weeks
during tbhi season. What we want
Is relatively clear, high water, a
moderate northeast to east wind,
and a flooding tide. The trout were
in the lake last LalU--not many,
but some big ones
Ed Bussey ain "I fished for
then every day, round, Munlon's
Island and on the flats near Er-
mine River. But we were never
absolutely sure whether we would
ratchlrsome or not.. Wd had to

Sgure things out e sach m. we
went fishing, look for feeding
SAslgns and explore new areas, an
n o te often we didn't find the trout at O
ozsore 11ll
tar-the rel phles, ali
n r .. h Once we caught, trout around
ph od -thbe point south of the Burnt
Sh Bridge when the tide' afrted to
ebb.' We cuglit' the; y work.
bro 11k g a plug fast b n the auiace, and
f I they Wou don't bit an r other but
r ihn Bob 1ttes Wis. to.NECKS ANOWNEC .i ur i:thor6ulhbIeds le.ar the bar in the same ton n n aombermere the blue-and-silver onE; The TODAY
io n. on thewonid r I .astwndsor; 4 vd iouldY you Ie a ,nush e kth?-(next day we eouldn't"ind trout 1:3, :, :I.
'.* .- -o ron any 6f the flats, but the boys
lone. .fle , ,.'... at Jack's Tackle Shop reported P
-ola .uht just atu daybreakve
SSWMMN " "AWS -' yar's f to ome through T we oUw I m on the "o T
wnnerast0 anmb e In e 100- with'-itbi st atZ8 ll following day, whed the tide
winners e., Coach Re'h#:^'Mod h's 'e nte.s
ears econdlJeff Goo in, sh R "iled his 'entries flooded the mangroves alone the
heYears i.he waS in a happy frame of cast shore of union's island, I..
andsinging raise f his feeding in close to the roots the
S.relay teams, St. Mary's school, of ...- ay black bass do.. They made
r eBalbba sent two smiling nunso i loud aops taking their mullet
Oamboa to enter.a tne group of By DR. PHOG ALLEN easy without hurry 'or splash.
their -swimlners. Coach. Dedaux Knsas Coach Those -trout blasted evety surface pggi 1
of Gatul hasbaen s round- Written for NEA Service plug that landed near, tm.
ing up the Gold awlmmers i What happened in that lake for
and wll have a ine present. NOER big blp cod be ai b averaging QUESTION: Does the clock top two hours was something a m
etion6A1s om th i sd the hrio rc lcebasi AU after a basket In college play?- had 'to see in order to believe. Vj.
nrom;the Atlantic aide. o the horizon or college basket- hostile fa per ame l
.....6 Not to be outdone for entries y i York bookies Lookfo hal Se ant raft of bet, Answer: No. I the profesthe a all the finger mulle. were used n esh
. la y .. g lrey one of the.olocalht Selvya to come out ofCor. game, used to L
C L. oach RoU Auderson ofSBhboa school teram becAuse of "surprsbi Y.... bu aame edtopped into the -holes, and te e
%At~.* i LEAGUE . Wright Bros. Plb4. H.igh. has been swlmr his ,, an h~ each basket in the Ilast two came bolin cauldron big fish
aner 171 P73 144 488 cHarges eesii sing reverls coming on the igh-fi ng rank o Furma nd utes of play, but they, too, eating little ish. Ad the trout
t w atros. alintaint Wiki ngstad 179 91 160 530 well represented.An overt ow bi b at he M waue oaws, there rethe clock now weren't alone. The jacks were aaao Tshet acs wle
W 1i t T [--and raebi wid fr..,om Knsasg fend t younger brothrs- bs et r I
t e a i for 176 238 583 crowd is expected and'arrange- swirling on the increase in college ball-miided and high school s A man dribblne along the with them, and snook me from
tarom 169,8 eSot... .Scttr Brassel 154128131413 meant for xtrahbleachers have'a ettmg..., enor already ia gu a side of the court steps out ofoal over the flats raising the Itu..
4' M Ta ., iy c.i, e S "_s nior Edd alre sady e 6 a' dd Tr p e n ov. o tsn\ atr ide .o the th cour
Stheins Larb 154 208 167 42 been made. he meet wil t The procots are Kentucky rant .. bounds. but keep the ball id stuff the way they do, showe
e -o dte ..336 108 prompt.me openly duon0a of the oely Fofl Is this legaltb- Tony Arnone.
Smew, gh of 30band- a n I ea, foryour choice set nd o ia'so Don Scbudt to make Overheard: ayracuse's P.aul $eY- A. No, he iso Nt of bounds.u o h a loud bang.
CA.out eanwg ... ..ewScott4 8 iood In tBhe-Naetll Baetbarthh ogiumblig ing the Gardet' art Q. Has a team seeded last ever E the U
th .238 last g e .Association ... vhkh might Iead ter-bua in Boston's Bob Cousy won leNatj nal Invitatiaenpeicas

anC The 7ns were u 3 l ed at uson press instead f Hamilton the, bigo wheels. couldn't put a plug on the wat

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o rest of tu e tM s tbo and Bartram 1n 56mthe1ref6r6'at hisabow..r..-tFineseagttctradua r
few thn overoe t Ace'L raemlipidtr eeti mest strikes became'less frequent. Te
OIeo ,ofr e the o' 8 4 2At54 ev aeFle oket.I ,h'next day, the trout we e popping h
Th Ps.ff the .. spruStatin4 0a NeN3 this seaso... SAME FOOTSTEPS over ares of water of the .
tookthekrunl* wtiith a four N13 130atinAMESIowae(NEA)-eWhenTo-rletie;en you'n'me, watch the!oEast Lansing,hMich.nta)c-kIslandeanifrusofcst-ien
wonthver Endd w Y averf. a ,te Doligann 190 J:- 10 d69 l WvE. State scored its first track wini Pacific Coast League revive 'that lob Lillyblad, freshman tr a c l e el s s, "RRR'
ae- Y aa haTlf ay""oint behind th a sanan 1414, 3P '462 ifhlstor ov6x Nebraska last year, third majot league scarecro. ,. I prospect at Michigan State,_has ing none of the- fe dr. '_Gorge Raf i_ 11
p .ar. sd-lsee. to be hingdt Corbn 1 6L' oe" It- was considered a once-inlife now that its prexy has a higher done all his running in sho e s Trout after trout boiled und I NN OIDA .
oi Ad -se--o ta in. oe th1589oe;g1 o1se51l bleaderdplugs, buttherewerenoe__
oate1sfaan'over,-urbStheoGu-ain158h-192e34'ti*h nu." oFeratin r budget .than Ford Frick worn by his fatheriatta
h 1 -Pa s.r 'etro128 1254 -X8 Gls so ddia generationIAgoBtakers.gYoutfigureit.hout.
Sstfor, Cyc. .. ylones:He drop.'A
-*as t e.. best..... t.7' .the 80 5 837 2 ped the baton In the mile -'relay, CU of-the Cclones.-.H.drop.-. _...._._,_ _ - --
high t?-C class.A. The Tavern'; vs. Broad wmay .Tvpu -m e. event .clos-- closer
crew 'ouldr'tsee~m to get 'going !dmonds 135 '15 173 49than it should have been,- he
and 4iion.ds -464_led t^,- .hRe way. oberts 135 159 143 437 thought.
Tb.Aces. Jumped from last1 3
oplar to 5thOn afour.-point win Johnson 128 158 157 443 He proved it this year. Stog-
overthe Police Assn. All the l Walker 171 148 114 433 ell scored two first and s u c- 7Pt
police could do was split, with l andicap 56 56o 6 168 cessfully anchored the 'mile re-
Dg1 a p triyng to set a W- rec- laya..Iowa.State beat t h e
ord, wle eias8 7.80 882370 Cornhuskers.-again, 58146l.-'.

few pins over their avg e3 1 5 "sec ret
....... a ^ a ce~i n Rineow 1n 8 17831 -1490g: joking W h atos I.", ....,
The ,Pot O o- -a tIiehart 148 171 139 45Another oa aaf th es e
at the hinds of the rdt" a10"1116-strial basketball- is the nation's
They had a good *0 ,1- -1,,81712 o. 1 collegian.-.-LaSalle's, Tom"
Powell's bowled better. ell's : _h.799 811 782 2369 r: "' l h r e
tsk-the la byc12pinsethe Po s. Polce Assn.'uGla g ... w ds a
143130273pug ed schedule g r ini d of the
won the -2nd by 13, and lost the Tullyar 143 130 2731 b if"' :
ril l Fone co n Ine U 1 63 :1437 since he'll bea m arrived man -by ,d.ha .,r: s e ial
next season ... likes thb"j ob
ly -' ',7n ,,1'ortner" %/ ,::-' -.-8 security" AAU bal wl aford Atouch.of this, a pinch of that, -
4e 11l 1I73' -k' 4 to make up his mind, since' a and a bit of something else.
p ove 9, ae1d.a' Philly sportsUw"eter Is
m eith t4 t ie 1z Wrl ton' S ei him to star in a pOst-season East-
ern junket which woud clean up. French sauce a delicious t.
ia a ng ligfldl@8P" 17O 'By X -. aA a' Phur bet: Golyao willturn pro .... l et m a
Wrici 154 74:'518G-ouned taide, Blending's the secret
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Sto get O ue on W e4 like
-* gis f Bartlesville; Ou .. Clyde is
a Phillips lier eviacuee....
The solid "Man oe. the,' St.
Louis Billikens is rugged Grady
Smith, a faim boy trom Puxico,
Mo., who couldn't hide hi djsap-
Sintment the'" rtt time' e saw
d sure hold, hay as-
1. laconic reactlo-, ...,and '-lie
meant it...
A amazing eelme must' be
$90 Stodt, the -4 Bllni cager
*ho plays the pivot .. and is also
agile and dexterous enough to
loom as the first string quarter-'
back on those handoffs to J. C..
., aroline next fail.. no goon there..
et A^ - I
t -' Whn F pred' Dwyer used his no
ele"in the Baxter Mile to let Wes
ALTHOUGH "'ve. been "fto Sahtee and Gfinnar NIMsen.run
ball most of mtn life, It was through themselves into thebg)ound (oops,
baseball tha.-- X40 i. bboai s), It brngbt RQm d.ItMebi :
break, " I"e:paepr cng" .
I g t 1 tiMes around.?&- S .
I got to w, A tid -' quoting lenh Cemn : .'Dis-
I was a eatr mAtae running is tuh st
team in M odei n ,mpeOUtion- these 1L. 'ls-not only ,
a former St~ M la s AI m *a t Man. t' man a.
tain, was catching for the Angel's against himself." .
Camp team up in the hills. Arel h
had a girl friend In esto, so The dra ight to m
he talked me into swZ posi the top baana in AAUrbae aahn,
1tbs with him. He ca dowaote are wned d, ysFort Wayne .. hse
Mosto to doM bla ntdng ael Coa lst prks warned to
tacthi., and I Went 'Anbgel Sd rt t 'ol hd
ia . lo e is -a. A -i -- I

ana it's the same in cigareu o. e
You take a little Turkish,
with its sweet and pungent aroma,
mix it with some golden flakes
of pure Virginia tobacco,
'then ardd some'ed Kentucky.
Sand you get a real -smoke.
Pleasing and pleasant

That's the. way we make LUCKY STRIKES.
We blend the finest tobaccos
in all the worul to moke a 'qarette
that gives a pleasant lift to your spirit.
s fun to slmake, UCKIES,
- 'they're so -.sm on your;fhroaft.

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I's Been The Same .Since Winds Began To Blow

AII-girl Crew Takes Some Beating


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ALLM HANDS go to work on the return trip. A 30 knot wind and a rough sea proved quite a
; ohaliepge to the girls' sailing ability. Left to right, Rttbie tlsvosa, Susan Knapp, and Rennee
i Oi Gauvin handling the salls.


THE VICTOIOU Serew line up on the deok of Tondelayo, after arriving at Taboga. Left to
right, BRus Mela Max Hart Manuel de Leon, Ed Rigby, Wally Pearson, Leon Green, Bill
Hendricks. Lee Brsby, Barney reason and Major Wlgnall. Standing behind her husband is
sitowaway Aabritt Pearson.


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Sunday last's beating, luf-
fing, yawing and bibbing from
the Balboa Yacht Glub had i.
new angle. Or tack.
Racing were all-men and
all-girl crews.
Strangely enough,; consider-
ing there was an all-girl crew,
they found something they
could agree on. It wa that the
prize for the race. a case of
champagne, should be split be-
tween winners and losers, io
pIatter who.
Competing were the Fair-
weather, owened by Fred J.
Allen of San Diego, Cal., and
the Tondelayo bulltb here by
her owner, Wally Pearson.
The Fairweather is one of
the fastest racing boats of its
type, and she holds many tro-
pies and prizes to bear this
Her latest Victory was the
San Diego. California to Aca-
pulco, Mexico race, which she
won against stiff competition.
She will return to California
next month, and from there
she will enter the 2025 mile
race from San Pedro, Califor-
nia to Honolulu.
The Tondelayo is a fast
ketch, and has what is known
to sailboaters as a modern
ketch rig.
She is a great favorite of
Zone sailboating enthusiasts,
who have watched her race a-
gainst Bill Clark'p Kelpie and
other sailboats on many a
sunny afternoon. -
Last year, Anbritt and Wally
Pearson made a trip through-
out the Caribbean on Tonde-
* layo. They were away four
months and visited many ex-
citing ports. Next year they
plan to saal to Tahiti.
Since the Fairweather mea-
sures 63' she was given a seven
minute thirty-six second hand*
icap over the 47' Tondelayo.
When they set sail, the Fair-
weather counted her crew at
16 women. 'Pappy' Allen stay-
ed aboard but insists that his
only duty on that trip was to
guard the champagne.
Some suspect that he also
kept a weather eye open to
see that his beloved boat was
not in danger, but the women
handled her Sfllrukly. anu.
brought her in to Taboga in
one hour and nineteen min-
The Tondelayo crossed the
finishing, line Just five min-
utes later. So with her hand-
icap she won the race with
two minutes and thirty six
seconds to spare.

Just to keep the records con- *
fused, Anbritt Pearson sailed
on her husband's boat, Tonde-
layo in spite of the all-man
edict. She said that would
balance oft Pfppy's sailing
with the women's crew.
But it wa. lots of fun, and
the prize was shared willing-
ly. as. the contestants rested
and enjoyed the lunch that
Mamnmy Alen prePared aboard
the Farweather Jt journey'a
end in Taoga BAy.


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PAM' ALLEN greetsU M. 1 4 -. (aMhlweaths
erew mtf as she mgmes abseard


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