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The Panama American
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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00667
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S. 8 ern our talks that -we all e -
viet.R Fea, thoh a "leakto niae the Imperative need fer a.o- Ls P rese nt ri
the Communlit *Daly Worker, to- -reement upon disarmament;" I I5 gM I v
day struck a heavy blow to he said.
chances f agreement on world "we have been entrusted by
dam ..ainent. the U.N. to try to reach such n I
. Soviet Premier Nikolat Bulga- agreement. Nobody will deny
nmas iew regime lost little time that this is a formidable under-
in confronting the United States taking for all our govern ntI, u
and other Western powers with "But...some of us must spare
a new s.t of conditions to ac- one ounce of effort In the ful-
cmpay suggestions afor scrap- flllment of this trust. It is in
pn of the world's atom wea- this spirit that my government -- --
ping tO. and I-and I fee sure all our
p e pre s of the five- governments-apnpropch rell r U.S. Vice-President Richard M. Nixon called for the
nation Ddgarmament confer- Dewed attempt to seek an ree- early completion of the Inter-American Highway yester-
ence are supposed to be secret ment." day, statement
but the Russian rambist was The American and Soviet del- dy a statement issued before leaving Panama, and
detailed by the offial organ egations were dentical In se termed it the "greatest single contribution that the Unit-
of the Communist Party of -60 -10 men each. Vice Preole. ed States Couid make to the welfare of the neighboring
Britain.. F Andrel Gromyko's place was at
The Dail Worker, in a page the head of a tight t. packed, nationS.
one article, reported that Russia wedge-shaped Soviet delega-s
officially presented its proposal The only hope for real and tion. In urging a stepped-up appropriation, Nixon said "the
for the complete destruction of lasting peace is all-around dk- Directly across the conference IS We Spand each year on this program, the more it will
all atom an4 hydrogen bomb armament, Anthony Nutting, table from the Russians w the stusin the long run." He termedthe present program
docks at the opening session the iiter of state, told the del- U. del nation, head by C terme h present program
plan to use nuclear materials gates as he delivered the wel- Cabot Lodge Jr., chief U.S. dele. "inadequate, uneconomical and completely unrealistic."
exclusivelyor peaceful uses, was coming speech gate to the U.N. )n. the last day of his tour, the Vice-President drove
laid "before the other delegates The United States, Russia, Officials said the confevsnee Onlo t last, da of h othe Vice-President drove
by Soviet Deputy Foreign Min- France, Britain and Canada were had no time limit. A report wi along a dusty stretch of the highway for almost half an
later Andrei Oromyko. represented at the Opening 5O5- be required before the next meet- hour to ke opersondl inspection trip to see how much
It Jibed with the proposal sion of the disarmament sub- ing of the U.N. Assembly some had been accomplished.
broadcast by Radio Moscow Feb. committee meeting under in- months hence. had been accomplished.
18 in unofficial form. According structions from the United Na- He talked with construction men and officials on Me
to the Worker, the plan called tons General Assembly to seek He tlked with construction men and officials on the
for;:. an acceptable disarmament for- lJrsit, The 15ilometer stretch of highway which Nixon
S complete scrapping of am i close dress news- ic sow had been recently paved with cement contributed by
nuclear weapon Ntocks.'Af,.Nutting's address,
2. Use of atomic material "ex- men were asked to leave the tM people of Panama.
clusively for peace." room and the delegates got
3. As a first step toward dis- down to business. With regard to the highway expended consistent with the
$paheat -a44 states would un- Yesterday'simeetitn,was most- Nixon said there wai no ques- capacity of tht- other contribut-
naf to iheIn'se ohei.r ly r. e a tion about the Unite.. States Ing countries th year.
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LOOKING. OVER A STRIP of the Inter-America B igb
kilometers out of David is (left to right) Comptroller
ama, Roberto Heurtematte, Manuel Arias, brother of P
Arias, Richard )M. Nixon, U. 8. Vice-President, and Goan
Chiriqui Federico Bagel.

.r... ... d .ng fe 'r detlegr- rn obcomic doing s pasy w. .e *wh famtilar with
arm.amentt b en Rus. ton were repe hae were de-ncd by the A d foolish. th o m. I have been ad-
and western powe th an up' bee 'in complete harmony" a Civil iberties Union toriy &'Bach a program not o at it would be possible
gent appeal or reemelt on hisUn any So attempt a "an indtation of totalitarian costs substantially more n to f h the highway In as
opening the way long-te* to late the secure pro- i torsap that-is wholly con- lars, but it delays inexcusably little s four yekre if an ac-
ece. slo of the conference for tra to the American way of the great benefit both wa and celeratedprogram were adept-
Sagan da purposes. feour thbora to the south ed. T#he should be dour objc-
N tting referred uelyy top Norwich group Dlanned to would dative fgom the completed thye. e sooner the highway
London P-p -Urntha -possibility in his l ech. ol a "book swap',from 10 a.m. highway, Is completed the sooner it can
Londonmay y without eakin on n which cdren would begin to py for itself.
L..,he rules of privaCy wh.hoa recede e "good" 'book for ev- To put It sbdli, the less we
Trc ll.To Duit 'f i 10sbad, come book th ea end each y on thi program, "Each of the Chiefs of State
u rn in. The comic books then toe more it *Mcost in the long of the countries r have visited .
iuld be burned privately run. and each of our Ambassadors
Hasom u fAlOH H~ ea city dump. The lady Legion- "The present program the have emphasized that the Inter- -
BecauOld Pnaire said it was part of a na- United States part ipation in American HIghWa, once cornm -
tion2 .aidi ar to o an the conitaclen of the Pan- plated, would make a greater .... -.
O ,Feb. 26 (UP) alRaps a-Swa lg M AmeriCan highway s inadequate contribution to the overall wel-
Lo i t iru Uton Patr Mur Malin, eeu- uneconomical, and completely fare of these Individual nations
b ndon's bi t sd o t er shi nrin Fi ik Murphy Malin, exeu-ounrealistic., an any other single thing the
newspaper, the Daily Mirr o- tie director of the ACLU, said "For fifteen years our govern- United States could do.
'day lIed for Winson C hurchWll U u notwithstanding the contento of ment has been publicly cam- "The rel re seval reaso s why
to retire because o a e." comics for the purpose of the mtted in ts foreign policy to "here are several areas onume s such an
The'tabloid, which backT the WASHINGTON, Feb. 26 (UP) auxiliary's national campaign, support and aid in the construc- Ampcrtan position in the area.
Labor p arty, said aihan editrtal -:The House Merchant Marine the destruction of reading mat- tiop of the highway. "I. It i of oIsportance econ-
"old ae has many disa d ra- Committee today sharply criti-ter is censorship." tion of the highway. ro 1). It ll of laportance econ-
arte r s e a lacki even gdJg n"At the present rate appro- omitcally becae It will open up
es wkcoh aree sa handicap ncied some American shipping "Book-burning was a 'practice iaons are being made it will hu e sections 6 these countries
to the toughest old-timerL lven firms. common in Nazi Germany and is take -- unless an accelerated which have hitherto been inac-
to Gi WInston Churchill, wo is Ina report to the house the n integral part of Soviet Rus mptio essle e of
Committee said that those firms sia's dictatorship today," Main frogran for completion Is adopt- cessible. The very process of de-
0. ed for the regstr sad. "It an expression of ear d from 15 years to a quarter veloping these regions will inevi-
'e paper which was hich. it i n expression offearof a century to complete it. tably bring a great demand for
libel hurchill in 1951 said of their ships to foreign flags in of books and the Ideas they con- "Neither the taxpayers of the U.S. mach nery, equipment and
"one adttag s thit me- order to cut operating costs tain, which contradicts the United States nor those of the other products with an obvious S DISCUSSING THE INTER-AMERICAN HIGHWAY Friday during his tour of ald, VI
oVy beeom'= ied by the years. "have not been loyal" to the e American concept of democracy other countries concerned are benefit to U.S. industry, dent Nixon gets some Information from Mario de Diego (center), who is head o
Anold er on affliction of Sforts of Congress to hehel them. and free discuss on. receiving the full benefit of what "A healthy economy in Central de Fomento Economico. and Governor of Chiriqul Province, Federico Sagel
-ofstia ey" and "a The report also said tat the "The real importance of the oncp acd will bin frul- Am icand nama
Stepm a n d IsI n concept and will be in frul n d P a is o a l
w 0fold ape Is activities of government agen- planned book burning In Nor- ior magnificent program, great an interest to us as It is
keiI VP An'tof b draw- -ciees handling overseas shipments.,vich lies in its becoming a sym-
age" hW it draw-lhave been "inefficient, uneco-.bol of the way in which priation for the highway does contributing factor to such eco-ske
In j~~s mirror said. "One resent a lack of good judgmen." be treated. We suggest that themoney. It increases the total bill tial increase in income from FO
'Ven .repose and As Pepared by the mittee auxiliary consider plans for he will eventually have to pay. tourists proceeding from the
An.- Oiblq retiement after a Atff, the report was even more meeting comics on the field of "Since the United Stares is United States.
labor critiai of these government a- debate, through counter ar u- committed to contribute its share "2). The hi hway once com-
4 huAed the Mirror dur- ,gencles. As originally written the meant and better books not by e of the cost of the highway even- pleted would have an inestim- | W GU id d AI
11. election. The sult report said that these agencies burning of books." tually, we ashad move up the able value in promoting political
S la court, show "a lack of common sense." completion date and appropriate stability. Many of the tensions WASHINGTON, Feb. 26 (UP) Navy is equpling its ships andl
S Lt. Go. P xson as much as can be economically (Continued on Page 6, ol. I The Air Force revealed today planes with l ee guided misU le~sl with
___t_. oV_. P xson ...._. .,_It is working on a fantastic in- and plans three more atomic plted. tb
tercontinental atomic missile submarines, have .en
Named To.New Post that could be fired against Mos- with ptp
cow from bases inside the United He said the new weapons which who pion the
"a Ze o HrStates. have reached the operatiomli War II.
Canal Zone Lt. Gov. Harry O. The disclosure promptly stage are tho Terrier, a surface-
aton ola betnh asgned bA y the brought renewed warnings from to-air missile; the Sparrow, air-
Sartmetfice of the assistant chief of Sen. Stuart ymington (D-Mo.i to-ir, and the Regulus, surface-
o staff c -2, It was annotcied at that Russia may be ahead of the tO-..urace.
Balboar Heights yesterday. push-button warta developing. omas reported that two
S Paxson, who has g en active unided missile cruiserse .are -
: ~ In the community as well as the Symlngton, a member of the joining the fleet this year. He
official life of the Canal Zone Senate Armed Services Commit- said other warships are being
From the time he assumed his tee and formed Air Force secre- converted to fire thin new J
resent post in July of 1952, Is tary, told reporters that "we had weapwons, wk % he xm y '
to be succeeded by Col. Herman better get going." atomie warheads.
SW. Bchull, Jr., Jacksonville (Fla.) ,The Air force ,missile, known The three new atomic-. were e Mn sr un
eDistrict ninar since February., as the Atlas, was confirmed by submarines planned b navy sav today me Repu
J1953. Tich e in n n Gen. Nathan F. Twining, Air wll give it seven such vessels. Gerea would welcome air
to52beTheffect.iiveie It'se vess to n.mchership s
is not to be effectiveForce chief of staff,who appear- The Nautilus, first ever buillti mea
before A ed before the committee I secret undergoin sea trials. Another ismeans r
eeofore th about to be launched and two "We a'e
Never would adoi. theO Fs more ave been authorized, with a r. ;i
Mw ao, I awas anything but a hha wifa
MARtSHALLTOWN. iow to Greek mythology. -
2S6 (UP) Deputy dsheriff Twining told that High Liver a
Dwayne Allen was a bit taken work on the Atlas, .I carried wapre s
aback when he asked an arrest- on by ConvIr divie 7F BUENOS A~IW, eb. (UP). oStat
ed man how long he had bfe ~ eral Dynamics Corp.Is "Just-Police here have Jailed a expressed be
drinking. getting going healer" who undertook to cure membershiap
The answer was "since 1936." He said, however, that another Iver ailments at R.73 a treat-i The
long-range miile, ealed the Vient by making her patientsMinister
S' n Of O r Sark, Is "comiA alo tig fine"'dance the mambo, It was an- ed to bul.
'One Of Ours.' and already has boe tested. nounced today.set t
,i 7- _- ..tWhile details about the AtlUs The prisoner, a p-ar-old vilon and
Pkg i K (tlgit) !LODL NJ... W (6 UP) A . are highly sere t % blyiwoman known as "DO Pan- Force. e
a driven theater a i bus route 46 C IAC IS is A a MI view of will approach utu weapons 'cha," will occupy a cel near that sti
yetr rd yolds' 3-foot Iralar, "SeIslet which would be iblf to cover Iot "La Beata, arrested some th
TWOedri0 "me.CYR and foundered on a sMulnre 59anarang-#To 000-mil e In nubmtes. yago for searing wives
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WiW A, Brown'Roosevelt igymn*aslusl and teI
on hwi fted, the genial jehuO takeoshis tourtst RP
-acrU C6-no tyn Pania4a Rtailroad tran ii pri
to hitv a4n titql, n a-thought crossed Ty mind. ,
1 ntiiha~ .Wit^'etrrrence on elil .hit#t 'ti ,
barnriead Bollface, whp reive"the nd W WbsSrj inl
credU| io pleasure that pedbMa f hope a h; l.
sta rti_-o iauthotiing a Munl on -i .hoayefw hoM.n
ever, r. .. .
.'aso th hat crossed 4 h Mtt
severed Uitroe ttlngly .$h my ex.rclriaioe &i hit
it's dry .eason. 1 mto t 1in .mrtently bw0om I .t
awash. A .
And' the thougnt,'f bling &i .sereielnded iup of t.e
little Honduran town'bf S .& Pedro Si .which 'aiilyi' &W'
the mieifortug t 1 get a lf.trWh- ilf. ...- -.
A :It of guys from Albroo.k a. Clayton 0. Ko bet
went up .iti mops and buckets.;_ thingsp t, A'
They alt&- ok field kitchens and food witthtitJ
for thi ho$ eles, whUile the Albrool' boys fllw' r
subfstlsdard, fids with planeload ,6f sudoCrfi il
fortunate floo yiultibt a _
4 stoie of 4 li riffraff that has to d i
togethr'the Panima Anierican thought theie 'diutq
Cli deserved a word of praise in the paper, iselhgrlt r
the tiMieTeled if least they are local boys-
With these'noble thoughts burdening the brow, wO
asked the Quarry Heights public relations authorities (with
ell qeemly obeisances) how about our first-string morale
builder Hindi Diamond flying in an Albrook plane up to
Honduras to report on how the Canal Zone GI s were out.
performing all professional efforts to win their country .
the friendship of the people of Central Amerlci :
You know-how a Tibetan Lama pops a. written invoca.
tion into his prayer wheel, oils the bearings with a little
yak fat, seth the wheel in the wind and watches the-
ipeedometer for data on his negotiations with the respon-
sible authorities in charge of the care and maintenance of
the hereafter.
That's about the type of yakity-yak we got from
Quarry Heights. Repeated readings -of a Pentagon rule
barring newsmen from military planes so long as com-
mercial services are available. They said that if Hindi
wanted to give the flood-fighting Gls a boost, she could get
herself to Honduras by commercial plane.
Which brings me to the question of that same Hindf,
in flagrant disregard of all she/ had been told at the time.
of the Honduras flood, clambering into an Albrook plane
Friday and clanked off to David.
Just as. If she didn't know COPA airline blessed David
with just that sort of regular commercial service so highly
recommended by the Pentagon. And just as. if Iuarry
Heights didn't know either. For nary a military hand was
raised to offload her, nor any others of the bulging band
of newsmen.
There's the trouble with my dull civilian mind. Just
can't grasp why the rules should be bent to boost a glad-
handing professional politician on the international banquet
circuit, and not for a bunch of GIs slogging hard for .
humanity. ..
i ,:hereasainsi t, amordantjoy. inaHlthis. ThWply' '
of wonderingwI-vat64rt of an'explanttion Quar l .iQt '
will comn*up'with next time Hindi asks for a flight to dover
some l01 contribution to the Good Neighbor policy-say a
rescue mission.
Quarry Heights: Sorry, but you know the rule about
newsmen riding Air Force planes.
Hindi: But what about the Nixon junket to David
Feb. 23?
Me: Hal /

I am Indebted to a San Bias island called Rio Azucar
for assistance in filling up this next space, which otherwise
would have to be consumed with words, and other un-
warranted debris.
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Instead It is filled principally with the broad, 'happy
grin of Francisco Andreve of (how ever did you g$ ess?)
Rio Azucar.
The grin, which the passage of several days Iu fail-
ed to erase, is because in the photo he hasjust q laetod
his first solo flight, at Marcos QoClI.m.$ tort. P 14tl .
So far as long-time Panarva ofan. me, he
is the first San Blas ever to fly t h.-
S Standing ike a proud Poppa att right Is flyfhl
Instructor Tal "rown, who taught Franotise everything he
knows. Except those Indian words. .
And, heaven help us aH, thafs pilot OsOar Taitt stand-
in at the Ieft, for reasons no c a oa ; igure, unless Its:it
hil whether the tall has fa .tlff'. outfit' flying
machine. -. .
f i.ilm of.! <61 .to _pres it was--m known
wh rh U.' I. Naxymn lrow" ise 'aepting $ Franeleco's
Oei to return the favor With mel dual Instruo n la'
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In one of those hen-out tree trunks, froWn wouldd
be r"lly logging Vime.

PECY'S P RLESS PORTENT last wek, 4B*, war
a mirosoople 2115 off the winning number of 2ML
This, students of the star and the stfrtni posyons
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T o t of e t erary ere
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co. .many.. dig hres of thetbited

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Aiver1 ali' mar was wina hoes Callein stis tan InWoA.
for ,-the Melbaor ne ymxes In .thousaswet, to rd italetss in thi
195,. iqaludh 9 several, national .field aeo desste. whnoen som o_' '
hanbt world tie- s t ns-o fdraa. ith. es C s th .a "Steep 2 the
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t nt k this itewhat S a insk l
unusual ;cthewir Forbe Carille, a major requfrnmutt In cor-
lecturer i phiology at Sydney petltive sport, and stres its -
University, who was Australia'. portance In his traing.ptIogram.
r reslmntatih ve ln the modern pln- In answer to criticlsm that the
to in at h. e laq.t Olmpics. course ha a narrow outlook
FraiTk Cotton, wlso is noted for his Cotton says that "the ..rtiand 5
ressaob" Into the scientific stly lng of our training methods has a
of a letu and his training of eeat carry over into a boys
anra of Australia'o s swimming h aCr life Ia a citizen.b
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tt'l-ne ebi a8 At work e ithi home. ki
,ler to the isata or t Ua;l makIngboc
its isfe and bead Ur* y r eanyb huge
r ioveo AWe Uaesvi Aew t w i a
Sof the night cc task
flswirllng nebur are ffas b the aase.
-frfs. we cowme rk ee tie world'.
io the o"hljqg or- M, fauqbg

picture, qf i U a. at i It y of g"tOf '
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odO-gymiboie link. Bt fhesanba ofa man must
Mud presebt. Then, also ,xer the- agrievous and
at t the stairs, we arcomthe s 0ee. Theoaug the camera's
v$ at th transpi of the e xh, e .. and the sienlus of Steithen's
a. S takes up the o nation we.t4it the loneliness
Ia at the mulea f olIe who are faced with the
,a-ffymbe lin th of a loved ne, f and ute

i see another imtosinp co)zpaauorir.taat"Bepiea to then
.diU rt perhaps 1 fenom oth ri. There la the fear
Sa the taking oonlit and the, mud 'a war, and the
beach, ain flows, in- cruelty of burger -ad depresaloq.
tr .testi the elemental o
.tri e tse'4 tlhed, see ax Thlis is Stelchen'q o ernblys
t W ed of. the left conceived story of e ad withthe
in p al Is another but till at. whee, add the
S first glance t reminds i There lighted byear.
R a'.ir pictunreMof a there.l atwaof and the .
-.el srtp; op closer wi- cruelt y of h u lin giftdr
f i t turn' out to be a di.- Thsr siet-yeais beMe StlcPhen,
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,antious program.. Plans a re
tf',t-. .however, for this ex'hIbL
tS 6o bhd sent abroad eventual.
I---pesslbly In a somewhat con-
'densed form .
At tlr moment_ SIdtehen is
sisibly encouraged by critical so-
clelm he has woe b .hisshow.l
But I believe that he wants thip-
to remain Ms erowniug achieve.

sines of -assei
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"r to shoe: fas4os this .api ng trial Itself was achieved by
e glass,*.et- '-." twisting glass fibqr In yarn then
4oBe l.n a woveq a Meate, ol 0 wrapping It -with vinyl; And. t he
glass-ag ese t h t color process wae originally de-
havE een devolow4t f f sVeloped for Industrial use.
Milty, soft 'd .
sp. Bec~aiue i ve Is We show nere a sandal dewta-
y without toln. e.ymagic. Flower, top, Is In tab g
ne off5'wth ater ,'. a'and the sho comes in tk or
Ti b. lue with matching luster 9.alf
*ere are, of course, colors in trap and Keel.

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it touenup time around your
tdo? A, good way to find
bat minor. dhamger a
need. of attend onw ,.is to
unex cted gests naveq
in. wenevig, There's,
Ie showing a at her
cutely aware o an untend
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tabe shows up like .M
.ckboard. Yu i:,.
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ear& the eal.t
o pual the silver cot0.
7 diSh out It's often
tarnish, although It.
'the h .t at i away
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.room n.t. gaiety and charm Is fr four or'1Uvq years. ,
gaitg r.especMe attention from expeionc ,ineidatea tM '.
Immntdactunr. d~o love color aqd thE- -
,; prin, we'lt be seetm s c0entifiab.. objets o a
m inYImagiiative and colorfuT de. tll wall-paper.
shfh In wal3papAr and pe&*tthat If YQ.,want' .omithlng .ftme 14
it will be hard to,%recall tl daysa1dy,, Oul useean.ow .p
~~~~~~when pin, Plus mnd .white w-erew..met eotiM _
the ony standard nursery e61ors. hintedd or strped-.*.df L
Once, it was dafugl-use yel.,- 0 such Is a u i
low in the babyls robm and nurse- blue, greed, pi k y .l a pA
... .......q f pae rs .d ep ended .I f I u t9tfV .hite .round O r. :+
.i ThersAM 1er h.t" thIis during to bala.e the s..l wiit lambs on ple spi back- pinkulant.ray, fora"bt,
lines of readysto.wear; Blueh sthantung straw prole hat (a yellow pit b Jo .ds to enhance' aby'a, p 'y printed fabtes ae :that
lift) by Victor ha abstract pattern of grograin i a stwnl the same olr (lowe left). ew silk o Miss Ruth Straeuss, oted intna-.re treated for ey itn l
bands fon'0Am e( biwe Skimer of white silk (i ereeter) 1 alr ell s0is otway rior desk or and colotlst sums are really a jo.I the.. h il t' .
Isprate with winly-apaped o a ingo a mee e .a m r e trend n eo. whenm n Chrie-, ,
of A Iv, ia ever e brim; then's apelTe. in clar rdt qoe.lated ra ihe t trend n-r Wnen m poll
e VI Dutch bonnet (apper right wt ad is toward ba.tWre. -i s pals watercorhru4
ia aoeSAils eblypieated sheer white hairbpM touch IedW .by $4 ti. .ar. breto a inato me ch at. va goscensa on hp
- lsUM#Ubl that ae more widely spaced.. Co. water took v..e~ h wl
A DUGAS keeping with ready-to-wear. T h e dull ree or may cmbine. e profile or side-tilted hat, lots are clear andtrue, with a left the Pa e a.
ep r ero wider crown balances two r trst there.wota or prie WOr wrn-t at ... ... .....anyofnurer a
a o ft he ngo"ka' f *the any f n nurr wall ty r

he crown s ethr er or These new b hats a te ha b fm n-ed .sllhoe The take .the form Od s l an r, s
degptr and 1s hId lZhbtly to the done in straws so lightweIght thatjchorane. This is accomplished by of the profile hat, the turban and i, r.ate ra ,uy.. es wO Och ven n. aIba saw i UiA
hha by an iner band,. they are not cuibers. to wear. lrips, clasps and head clips that tne cloch, all done n ht ma- .ke pleC cs w h t klor combta a are y
This new "more-hat" look Is In Straws ma. bate a shine, are made a part of the hat.. I trials and clear, flatte colorsma .e.t.... a of brigh pink.o...oin-i'a.ianman.o
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Is eithew deWOm.en with good nease.squeeze themselves toe a'.
r, orIow'am.ewouldrt think of gm 0 out e'an'd 'do, mature women get '
-..-he buying just one par sthekint 'at'tabed to wh.t' cmm
It'a not p tidl. and becoming. .
i@.toe Isa sg et tie i cThis iba canebe cstied a step And further, S pa Satur
further far mature women. When women wear thir fond4 .on a
e" Ji hiyBayou ftnd an undetrgarment y a u con aantay and cld. ocs atU
rIneHt ally e and o that- su ts yoii t tthef a.tgiz re e .fauba.
m ah hin, drfeatly, buy two, t t may mean ihatur tio war
Almost everyone has had frus- robe to be .unabh.le rto a
triitra erperleuces in buying un-favorite, girdl." ... .
deo wes. The most frequent acq zo, for the abbe S -taein fI
i curance of this sortfIo to buy a mint don't rewm .ges.
irdsle oa all-in-one that s com-, tat the -.13. o tl.
'forabl.e. durabl. and makes your' forever and ever. Qet .
figuree Eao just.n as you want p'An thd ast. res, ,z iay .ea
You wear it aud wear it nd n manage it.
t en come back six months later1
to the same department of tuint If It's bras bep Is-
.isai o stare fo? another. :a half dozen at.L
y Nine. timen. apt of In, the laemy outo td the- wa.,,e ,
n oas been diothatshnid by ther- n-rbeh6T. tosbelenla 1A
i rufactdrpe', thle store sin out o and dfa npolds at. .
ii ou size or has stopped stpockigand slips eCn be half a w d4 at
the-lIne. *s a time, too,. buit th ey o an' e.
ipr mature yarone, th ht Isco matched Int If o*uta
crushing. While rayoung things pcase al had-to-get a,'-
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1f st lome *i pNOaj the eneaueo
WhAn you think lyo s a drea, ive It a
suae there's plenty of mon tb men ta, a a

She will nat be see .a Wan-
or Brothers' "Jump Ipto Hell."
NEA rea ,y .dior .
IEvryoue flubs now an tedem
A dress tha eeined perfe L a
pleture or looked all right n Q .

e-ive" IV back.
(center) and
I wear, bChek to see
p a' well lsathed.

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teta-agers about comipL-
Wlultics than about ans y f
a.ibject. Nothing Is Owi e .
to .as adolesuma a- ait
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tt' LuflM.LW-Wr of ilftme mew
Faahblbter l. C.
to .er. were met opening of the new SI Ubr
u te receiving line ry on Cqntral Avenue just be-
usani' pect yond 94th Street, Vlce-Prslpidt
Them to 7bandswithanumbrofgrant-
-ngIts, cur- 'e who have visited the United
,E-who presented 8tatea on. US1i scholarships.
to the hoorees. The'distinguished couple laso
the' overseas Americans chatted with others of the large
I down he recetvlng line, crowd of guests who gathered to
iz Ea h d their usual op/n the l0,DOO-book l'tary and
ints mt End firm hand- e3oy. a social hour with Public
fort n and/ all Affairs Officer arry 8. Caler
and hio stu an .other person-
re were many exchanges of nil Of the USIS and the various
p~- wa ed State a American missions in Panama.
WO pople chatted with the1 -- -

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Your opportunity to obtain your
furniture by set or by p ieqces.

in your favorite calr-

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lary platrAt 62 thft Z^ Zone,
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in charge oWES I er
tol '4 te. ailw$y of Grand
Coulee da I the wod's largest
l.ydroelec p t.
The TV G I414 used includes a
television~amera which mistaken
to the Dse. or "bueket-" at the
dam by a daep'aea diver. The
culer focused the amera on the
tc. turbo A thl piture is con-
veyd by cal to eqgineudrg'atop
the dam. .
Engineers say previous inspec-
tons of' the 'bottom pf the spill-
way had been made lby vers, but
thiswas not patatoator -because
the divWs 9WW ot trained to
meko the. necess-ary obepatlqa.
The TV picture ;4145s the eagi-
neers an accuratee a -of .what:
repairs are needed t -the under-'
w ater. portion of the'dai which
Ii eroded by water.' ulin over,
the spillway.

Exclu.sve Area
MIAMI, M., Feb. ; Jerald Wiliam Pogs0, 20. an Ar-
my deserter who hai Admitted
breaking tWitd at 1%# 30 aqto-
mpobtles, tqjd poc 'who booked-
hhnm on theft' chptes. that he
saw a competit4a rworkng ears
on the other side ofa the tre
"But, Jog' na dd, "we didn't
talk shop and I don't know hut."
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oumetin reprfimettive
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retved it, but negletced to
thank you for it, your inquiry
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But If he has waited a month
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zhbarrassment wfil prod hjn
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FOR SALE:- Household items,
wicker set, lamps, desk, vacuum
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FOR SALE:--Pontioc 1952 4-
door Sedon, two tone blue, radio
and rinderooted. $1550. Phone

cleuncr, radios. -u spap- s ,
We Have Everything English bicycle. 3 speed, tool, 2-1317,'Bolboo. Very goEd con-
To Keep Your Lawn vise. etc. House 593 Ancon. Min- edition.
and Garden Beautifal di Street. -_____ FOR SALE:-1953 Pontiec Con-
Durif the Dry Season. FOR SALE:-Oak China closet, vertible. *Excellent condition .
$30.00, matching buffet, $20.- Phone Curundu 3233 or Balboa
Tools 1531-A Calabash. Bolboo, 3401.
SHofe" FOR SALE:-Phillippine Rattan FOR SALE: Bargain. 1950
Insecticide. setting room new. perfect condi- Chevrolet Tudor, excellent con- -
..... ton. Tel. 2-2379 or 3-6170. edition, $600.00. Upholstered
Sprayermahogany livingroom set. Other
SWheelbarrow FOR SALE-Baby crib and chair. household items. Call CristobaJ
Call 8109, Kobbe. 3-1220.
&I SoR SALE-P-DoubyBkeir bd. FOR .ALE :- 1954. Gerrhan
Fe temN o.i Z, o2t.ne1fiT orn.- Ford. Excellent condition, rodd,.
.' H' 1wr0 -. _. 4f00t c40 4ef4 Duty paid;-2811 -B. C oaeI, C.Z.
S.5500. WrbuvQhf.din ljfl.tb -FOR. SALE -1952 Pontiac 2-
$20.00. Misceieni .eous "lie tdor. Sedan. ExceUlaetsohditlon.
ZO.* MNOVE INC, equipment. Hous. 203-B. .- $1.100.00. Phom Aibr ks6120.
SA3e. Tel. 3140 ,rundu 83-6257..', SALE: 1 .950 debaker
FOR SALE,,,-Be dix washer, 60 Champigr 5-passenjer *Cpupe.
cyde. $190.00;. tect(ic stove, PFni Navy.3168. '
---$"" 90.00; Infant crib with mot- FOR SALE.- 1948 Red Dod
q r iemr-th tis, small size, $1500,; hat- dCnvertible, $400.00. Dutypaid.
ed ci, bal stroller, buggy, bot. Telephone: Pgnamoa--Home 3-
e warmer Chladren's sow suts, 4541; office 2-2283.
A isizeS- 3 and 6 5437-8. Diablo. 4 oc .
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- FOR SALE:-Norge. refrCerator%
8 ft., good condition,' like new.
S25.00. "Mueblerla Europeo,"
Central Avenue and East 21st

1 .. L..-.. ,.K-+,+t- .. I[ F 'R S LE:--Philippine Patten
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FOR SALE: -1952 Oldsmobile
98 Fordor. Low mileage, hydr-
mrnatic, R&H. W-S-W, rid many
other extras. Clean Jrust self oft
once. See it and make offer. Call
Albrook' 7133.
FOR SALE:-t947'Chrpyjer; Ex-
cellenf- condition, 'li: neow, new
tires, upholstery. PhOr'4 2-1 835.
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sol Brincbc24th St. last aLd 6441
--rC ^' A. .e. '2-346. COlTAGES, one while nM.
Packape tour to Bogota during ist Snt Clara. Low rates.- d. I d ,J : t "-.laa I'
February! Only $120.00 gives, AS n oo 1866. .
you round-trip passage, airport. -
transportation, two nights in lux. l- 'S C MuW, a
urious Hotiel Tequendama, ight- Santa Clara Bera juIeu g V.- ceo
seeing tour, ticket a req bull- sk rfrgerati .,. 1. il' C d ,
fight, with world famous bull. -bed Phone Balboo 3050. r ide aNftH..a
fighters Aparicio. Padres, Giron, -O'.PonBlboat 500 e. d 4Ve
Chicuelo II. Call Aviania, Pan- a cnslde cottageu9 aa Iifl kd9s0
ama 2-2956, or your travel e- C CtUr. BPox 435., Blbo.r- WtI lt
gent fdr details. Phoop Panama3-1877. Cristo. I 11 .
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FOR SALE:-4 good saddle t I if
* horses. Coll Panama Ridinq FR ANT -Chalet, 3 bed- '.- '
School 3-0279 or Transportes- -r ooms, 2,baths, dining, living- (CHICAGO (cP)-" Cc
Rntxar (Mr Rudeshe.lm)l .. '. P. O ra, g a rg. lame. yord. good Dolaonni wan a serious I

2562. .iUo-hbrhoo Tel. 3-0771 ..- or

Help W anted -'onm, living-dining room. kitch-
S' '5en, oh General Jose de Son Mar-
WANTED:-European womrn ~ .t -tin No. 6., downstairs.
manage household, core for chit- FOR RENT:- Fuftshed chalet at
dren, and cook, Four small ;. hil' S elli Vista- for 3 months--Tel.
dren. WoL4d have maid part-' a030 office; after 4 30, 47th
time to do routine heavy work. i. LNo. trA-02.
Must be clean, intelligent. and, . N. -
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: -A[ -5 C F SAL--. Chav.- and desired salary to P.O. Box FOR RENT ter
2,511 SALEr a, .. g.g, . ".. . a" extras, no dutw.A- p- A[ei o liTic- -e O rtm t
4Ifte., m ,.r ". Mt&t'Motr a 3-5418. Apartment-,S -
m . , FOR SALE: 195S ero)t AATTENTION G.1.1 Just build It oUti
',' B put F-O'SaddalnE: -d d VI I ,.'modern furnished apartments, 1. a -
W .. 4 l ..jit. ;. CWer /'WS-W +tires; i l;as, bedrooms. cold water. Tel. 4
9- .radio, excellpt t"cot.il .'7- l a nama 3-49 41. ten
SE st Curu Eds %FOR RENT- -Fumished and un- t O
AGENCIAS AnM RIDGE FOR SALE- 1952 Fordor 88. A l. Tu rnished.2 & 4-tiedroom apart-
"o nBev P4a0 ati im tm Oldsmobile, new car condition. 1' Ath Sea m.ents. Contact Alhambra Apart.
Ath of Jly at-ae N0. 14- l Original owner. Tel. 3-2121. :mets, 10th Street. Phone 1386, R
oi 5l= ii s' 6-so I ---: A one-act play and a folk op. croo *
IirLO; S.e.aN to M A AFOR SALE:-1951 Buick Super era will be presented by the Ba ....
U l Rviera. Radio, heater, defroster, ba High School under th alf- FOR RENT:-Small apartments
d man ers. Excellent con rectlon of Victor A. Herr i Mexico Ecudor AveAnue
... 'm'dition. Best offer. 84-4122, Ft. Donald uelman at t h
KRbbe. Qtrs.,1 4N-9. D, b o Theat u. Tuesday an .Shmeur. TNo. 10.Price -$5O.
L US, Ohio, eb 26 FOR SALE:-1940 Chevrolet. Wednesday t 8 p.m. ti
S I Ohio ,USecurities Di- 511M Pan- "Londoetry Aa.r" a one-act: FOR' ENT:-Furnished apart.
Limited Ailpy -'. orderedd .am. mreal C. P -5 play by Rachel Field, Involves ment, cool, clean, .gas itve, re- hei
B|.da i:" -Ki '^T l-"4 at" an IriLah peddler who charmsu. a frigerotor,' aarooe. No.' 182 Via
: Famous M bf Gfei 4'1"- uare YRS L young bound girl away from her B. Porras, San Francisco, Te. 3-
a asBti' Nor Iand in ex- FOR SALE du surroundings. 5582,' tr
Change tor box tops. T
Wharfedule Real Estate Appearing in the play are-. FOR RENT: Nicely furnished ma
The order said that seton iLarry Cotton as the peddler; one room apartment screened, in
T-O Jttthe'Ohio revised coe .FOR.SALE:-3800 meters -. Joan Degenaar and Marcia Mus. kitchen, porch, telephone, tw
S ne ker sterns rov e 88Ie foreign land ^fl Coronado Beach r oaerty. ser, a ternating am Martha Rome; gorome. Tel. 3-5583-9 o.m.-6 wit
ASystems must be replstered Ii the state PO. Box 306 PedroMiguel, C.Z. a as the ido pm Tel. 3-83-9 o.m.-
Iand the seller must have a l1- Telephone 4-498. Bo3gs a 9ris Hearon asI S
"P- i '' "" "" ;th ..St. No. 3 cense. The order added that the r .AI o -498.e-Sn --E ram. vaed I l P wa
45th o mpan The order addcomplied with iFOR SALE.-3 bedroom concrerg FOR RENT-Furnished one bed- inc
Bell*rVi whanonith:ihouse in El Valle" Fruit trees, room apartment 48 St. No. 3, al
Sl-elaVistaEloie F ro. i ePhones Cris E Valletthe bo $75.00, $70.00. Long terms, -. T
th e i3o-12v85 l oier o- hnt to tPhoeeCr0i opera, Inmore serious than p- Gas stove, refrigerator. tr
Te.Teup der *as o senr to the ,eretta, but Is still net', opera it --of
er at ..' Co., after an lnoul- the sense of "Madame Butterfly' FOR RENT--Modern apartment sa
v r ^had heen raised, by the C-in- "rCarmen." The melodies, sa... 'No. 102 Via EspaAo, neor Hotel
; 0 nnati Better Business Bureau. Finish Highway, of which art distinctly Amer-I El Panama. Bedroom, living- M
S.. (Conti.u .. froW P i lcan, are composed in inodernis- room. dinina room etc. Telephone th
.i .---------- (Continued from Pale 1) 41ic 'style. The story, aa in most Balboo a2870. t
and misunderstandings which opera, Is tragic and the m11c1 fr:a
PO.. P-ock mith Dies existed I the ast have beenbu th FOR RENT: Furnished opoart-
due to completely inadequae ent one bedroom, ng dn-
BA i comMunic-.tlons whichlve p recent the oera Ch 'ing room, screen hot water,
4 vepted the free movement of i He eailepain thorpe s garage. Tel. 3-4328 or 3-4845. I
Praom a F r t'oudim exchange of poits of view rowd of the Kurt1 W11 mn |
'an.give some idea of wh Uthe i iii
S, nmS-aa .' ebc' ""Th .an .Improve _ttual e..C." nd directors are trying to -. A
vihpe ,_inderate4n1 'noa f. e _r
r an rpuecconomdcKnights ofdra sty eand fTt DA
i yt the t yon t.- nditions wcb coin 'lleA for "Dor mn yin l-
vi bhas exISed in:-Centr' ei- includes: Emiy W mtwaolt
C a.r o, hstJ a ad1 n tbH pat would be liin md-Marcia Musser,' alt iV
ral -of aMct eo-BobWhitus, asI' m
nd their tot o t ). oly thdlast war oue: Chirlie Carden, Pre I .--
.*q invitedd attedH I but Clark' means of transporting materiSl a array Coton, ,Jengy's a J -
d the bre r from quantities of food stuffs and as. A eal chor of 31
and the breakfat itS eM? h!' from iABC
t following the serviI plies to the area which woult u feared in addition to
l Panama. A Cathoic lark helped Houdial -design Independent of sea transport. We dte t ,diea l, f
11 speak at the break- inany weird, locks, chests and were fortunate in that the prob*
.g. magical effects. QCie of their lem became no more serious. Tickets for th pton e
greatest co I I a borations was are priced at 5p5 g*aStddetn
g L ". Lawrence XK R an, buildtiR a straitjaeet from "But we have no assurance Asaoclation card. 'i ea bH
SChaplain of the 33rd which Houdini would escape communication from the U.S. obtained from members of althE
R Iment and pitt-. while under water. to the Canal Zone would not cast, at .the clubhogb on Mow-
to the Knlghts o he dsastrous it, despite all our, day, Tuesday and wunesdayE
i will be the celebrant. Clark died Thursday at an East effprts, another war should |this week and at the box of4e.
o d irini traporta- Providence net thom. some.
desiring transuorta- I1.____ _,_ s -sm

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sunday morning. Siles e Service ti
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n which to remedy this altuk- Automlte necrdee-umn e
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"For those at all familiar with MMUEBLRIA CAS UPAt.g
he problem there can -be no Coemr _. c-uaw "'_
question of the compelling rea- .. '
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a Ve"&rU ,rJ"4dical Associa- Ai n
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re hille t Missouri alone, and .
it loa, l h bter drouth area
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Ebert sa&droutb-dainaged cora "
high in nitrates. talkss contains ,
out and m~d,, whih Is ncharaa. I
ts in a stryehninelike poison:-
-uch corn also contains an aque-
s alcoholic extract.that acts as
vasco depressor, Ebert said.
pany farmlurs, he'. said, are- '.
mpted to fth n heir cattle loose
feed on such -dasaged corn as
salvage measure,

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re, and developers of a new -..-
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M vantsh throug&ut, t cout- The m sparkling enterta lMent,evlt of thy'
t. n ugiture se 'Xo U wW happy dteediiixondus
he new and smooth crossing ts mount tirand new romantic comedy d:elight,. 'SA
ide of rubber the first such its local bow next Wenesday at the Bela. Vista Ti
the world. It is so arranged Based an the smash Broadwi play," 'igabrl.h
it an automobile cresses level is a apleudferous bleeding of alDA thl .o Ug
th the racks and can barely exciting, it is modern day C.07 dzl a .T+w
1 It when'It goes over them. daughter who Il ttansformed from v*, r.
labs of rubber form the road- escent int6 a-.oluns lady of Incredible charm. The gir
y. They 'are a little over three is Audrey Hep urn, the screen's moat e lting;Dew
hes thick, including a sand- and the men in her life are Humphrey Bogart and Wil
ehed sheet of heavy gauge steel. as the two wealthiest brothers in America,
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;ated wood planking laid on top
each railroad e..-'Each slab is
stened downby slchl screws. SHOWING AT YOUR SI VICV
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ey meet the rails and thus formi-1-
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moment to ev rybod but ro "1 wind up with a weak end and tud who o wat e Carmen evry" up h t after
.," "":"" u thy, who doesn't wa t.the Carmen every weekend. e i l, t o b iurae ft e
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N.minati~Iof Officers for the.V. 5 V TAN high geqr.
coming year wll be the maln,(UP) --A new MWTINT- R6'1: Debra
business"'attthis meqf. "(-All' 'j "- IN IUl "eb.a
MoO-'- f af "lF leather allows Paget, tR if tat sle1uths on
ayI refrsbrta Wto stisft and fli the traof photo
W MU I ervef tesses. wbeA.'0n ,I '.ie s ilion" a Pwastot er i thit it does;
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the Abet horses now training locally in the featured 1-labarda V. Cst. 122 -Dan re n h as 4-t
ITM o R e, A tera 117 i d oI a PSoe 6 Most dn t S.:
$1,000 seven furlong dash for Class "A" imported "'" "r R. baratW "o 4 a"3 .. t.
100z9-flotnaqle ng Carva. 10 to riabonmeud *1 W
o rs e "s '-Ou r F.ncy A.- ..6 ," . i a i ' .n fr- t
itisf trained gray jst are third rc. 7n-Rolrcsr R. Vas. 110 -Rates o- w L game. But S0 4
.Mlratoats, tmoro,K dmp o godngdin. On 1 i
M. Rad and thei rie. Th didends: '3''"rd Race Importe e:' 8 a0 Pdel 'ol, wrd mo re t
entine-bed son or Teto-lk FIRST RACK OI tWO bestero 1 on. y f
Peony is resh fromsen-1re d at h14.40, 7.20. 7.60 thgisi cuea by
4 I "'..!".".-'am..gIthe, 00-tI e si.hs i' for R.' "

mhov rain ua-ingeloa 516 19.00 1-Ca V. a. 11-..sorea In .- t a w..- w-i

Sover one mme. Thls o R biblanco A. Yeasa 1- -Returns from layoff -1 Dodgers know, ther he Yant. h ,' .Trucks
S the best horen s ahounld of- S N RACE 4--Jo C. Ilei.as 114 -Sems net best 3-1 m an- 12) ndBo i (
$s, 000ad Weiven Rben Vas 1-.D Club m6.20,-- W epant F R. o 100as-Llht weight coulpeed help 10-1 oestivhtJ..cud e. .. .
horses, who gave Atys a perfect 2--Devon *Maiden 56.80, 4.20 _h Potus Q oJ0 r Ther 2 aarte
lastweek.is sin--OutFencyuA.--Turf0 IV Clue0.-.tat sorter ofant Thi olr f bs-a i t m

tohe eledte Fs D : 4. 4th Race "CAD" Native 6% FgPrse: 585.006 Pool aels: :w0 pb he hid t si te.
sted to guide im, gets i THIRD RAC 1-Nacho San. 115 -ets still test here n be as and. shipped him 14-4 When s sd add
h the same weight hcarled 1-T Tn 82.40, 5.40, 9.20 Bound Car. Not with this rider A In the patriarchal a e tm
b a uda -122, or two more 2-Wlnsab $2.80, 2.60 -Youlkailto A a. V. 12 -Back in good formp 2-1 Connie ack, J.P toed the ith .8 for
a maiyn Te Road seemed 3-Co enida 12.80 4-Valarla Yeaza 17x.ates fair chance 41 whn he w 48 and moquit rhen was .. eTed Lyons '-
ar a last time and One-Two: 51 .60. 5-Metto V. Orte. 116 -tter chance here 5-1 J wit a' pest40 record of crdl 4 with 2.1 ERA
'imp--- i- tremen- 6-Daniel ,. Bravo 11 -W as never better '-1 he n 41i
os to e a menaorfe for the FOURTH RAC 7-Basdad Pis O 108 -Not with this jockey 15-1 baseball era, the re ar Frit Ostermuller and Johnny
somuy 1-8herty T4me*$13.60, 4.80. opak f.1l buzzards who make Nlyellng didtt run out of gas
m t 2-Regi $9.40, 7,45thl.mNativehl--,; trij over his whiskers. 0. r 'as 96
Stospe and Amorto both Sar Don-ndeT3 ~th Race "A" Native 7n F.Pane: 375.00 Pool elMI: : a't si tem. a S,. and r e waI
et.rn t o the top class moeP Ql4a 12 -Portal A. Va. 118 -Rates good chance 3-1 Iexander on waivers in e .a -m Rn r .
ressive return victories ii theTHAC 2-Den Goyo A. YTess l10 -Form indicates vmp eOhez wae u9.A hw ve.EWr tIh wag 44.
l"n h roup. Thlai tie n T0. 3S--Petite H. Sa 100 .Ran well in last 1 t i a s-10 r are g o
re wil,, l hlarvte t r e e -3--al .20, I. 4- o l tavol ;t -W ll fight It out i. . nw tag ain t. i. wt
s wil pilot-rorio. --Liboria $3.80. 10ea :hee ib- itchd 41.ss R Fle :h Io
mtilot. Tsl re aom er 1-Royal EmblmA $1.0, 440, .- emoath a
because on the ighl 104 ad 2-Epagirico 5.60, 3.40. 2-Hurlecano J. 3 0 118 -Has favorite rider R-t Id superb (1-12) re lief 1 n 'O I
S e C roco In stable star. -Tempea tCIld sis.60. 3 14 d l A. yrbat. 1- -mus ll_3 ewAwat.i

hbut tA o. 15 -in ishld welll in la II- na
* race could be e C 1rRtick l0,.EVENT .0RAC -en.Chiar er L.Birli. 11. r-Ali i for upsett 3-1 Q teir R f. t o l
Tno pr? o -le ? h i .. -R..81 n l S'Br 110 -Would a od ln 3p-1 dI .." .. e -ig t R-ebUor LoanTdoa e.
&ni nd-e illlyheL hdie $3 .g0 .tlh ac. .e . Ye6 12---ul .66 : :hde-.. a me.s, O.. .T a ... .. --.sr .a .

H ? receecyisrdviw B c'adtoubeInt o RtACI.M. SecoldRae,.ef0th.Doble. ox ired of- N!W YORGK o(e1A)-A We2t taug hto b
on give Itbeslte'plrruce.- . 1..- anny- Boy L. kal. 115B--Fnmck in fope .i.1 wi tha touch of old wotld e kus .
p ite topine Iht gts I n 14.4, 2.CE -D. Sunset 3. Bravo 1165-Slipped he In ast r pt out his cigar before attack. The sage cha 4 Jao
od.civelythe have.... suf- Qidnthe.patr. 114-el t ls nafts

i. agitnoutaprint the.OPPO' ld-TLt4 auTr'P $82.40, 5.4 I n-Gou Toda an order of chopped liver. This was the result of .ptpewhicha
aiSent leftdto ltave do to e NT lLA.. 5-Lion's Claw B. Agul. 118 -Will fight It out 2-1 couple of days after No aldes h with both at e,
Mi a .g A sT-heItoad *smed-eNoNe T .- Gasyaqull R. Vaa. 110 w-Dangerous contender 4-1 had destroyed the near-legend of bg with a
chne ofsol. 2 .- u 0, 3.00 ,th Rce "E" l prte s r: MN e el 4:0 AI TIH .AGU land lg in the ourt two rounds at Madison l '4 w."
timSet t i. Q- rAe-Two:1. -6ree A. Vas. 113 V-.Ha..eteranet heo .re -1 Atn a'l h- was the brtr .. o d'- .that Jack os te so
T haverts oie ofp S T--- i$.4 1.nhre la-D.nsetwJ.Bravoaod-1"Waseerletr3-1.eire or

mssother intereing taces are iT iACE --Hg Heaven R. omes 118 --Improvin eo WikDlera. n hret i the W doe am.t "-
i s or kept the i .0, 2.20. 4-- rlable 3 on 10 d score at price 4- ..r 1 i s- uit atF t c a itint gonna be what ic ent -. l
.itry In the (5,000 added Frai- 6-- Begalo F. Hidal. 110 --Slipped saddle la s? tinie --1 fot"4 ufo r the losers. I en ?and WeJ c talksn. "bout t h o tf r ?ho-n--rsd
hsic. _d.h A ELKVK RACE 7-I Rhymoter B. Agul. 115 -Seeks third traight vTODAY' G M S Woodruwre wn tlr shg f ael evabl awb t | ti
S-ha t fulon.nd Dvondr 6 0.' nth Race "F" Imported 7 Fs.Purse: $500.00 Pool lo es: 5:18 Li v A. on for their batting et of th loly Jckso, h anin 1-
; e --rT o a.. -l o -.' O Ho TWl 7461 Sgti" l e.p Distillers Tosay othe second plae Le- _avyweight Rra -before Valt-
to a post-to- p o s t L 1-Majestic J. AvilUa 118 -Could be price here 5-1 -. tine .ionaMres take on the Lucky with a string of vi stories
SN 8r$s 82-Khloco A. Va. 118 -Dangerous contender 3-1 T4lagntrouncea the.frt strikers In the first tame of a which made him front page news
Alo' ormna, although stopping S-CllU l i -lepsydra B. Agut. 115 -Was never better 3-1 hall c hn opln Lucky Strikers doubleheader with Ma oaky toe- New York City.
othe finish, turned the sal-nd, 4-Don Cuto L. Giral. 115 -Could scoe again 2-1 Thrn 10 to 4 to hand Ing the mound for Legion and
half sroin in :i flat. 5--Beduino R. Guerra 112x-Pield seems tough 09-1 the Sl teir second conae- Webb Hearne doing the hurling But a July. e e
mu". a-nd ood wer f-Gay Spt 7. Yeas 107-Not aga'st these 15- cutve defeat i ths aeced -Or the Strikers, t..en, it has en sour for the J jaf fl
.,,. 1 ^ .t t.e .. Aor _irti/a .. ,x-._o ,.s7-tonpyit J. Bravo 1123-Jockey euld he"p 2-2 A. alx-run outburst in the Mantovani of n Womack will Hu-rtriae. The" fighter who one sIi9I
Arre by a halt-len th 8-(Granero F. Rose 11 -Rates oue chance 4-1 ftth Iced the game for Signal oppose Conrad of .ig$al on the sada sit f pa iti
er nd thd 9--(Welsh Fox A. ValdI. 118 --Has stroni flash 4-1 _.%ty Roy Conrad held 4e m .ound in the second game, nea nowr thi toi l 'he "
cd-one- h w LeMoeenunttuV m I$ 0 w b i the otight tohe ,.,, ,0
IIierIwhich was-,ecood Pl ayersa n' aBa and round-about bus7Ad it Fn- via is,
the alt othoe tapeq --- 1-Miriltoat B. AguB l 1u--Should be close u 3-1 ahrhd e idceah.ert i aMat-um to, '3 sude alt places lke Sunny-
iMWOId llPa to -. 1 2-Aty. R. Vas. 12 -From start to flhlsh Even ueby os lab o Cnle n 1 i l Suuyarlde Gardens is, when a
1 Stwas fourth and Came. MIAMI. Feb. 26 (UP) Na- --AmorAo A. Vas. 11 -Back in winnlne form Mn-1 Ctrol by e sinh. elI'., 2 4 p rompter cazes to rent 4, a small .
"-Aiiry length behind the shua; the 19 champion Ur. 4-Relampago II Hidal. 106-Would pay fat 4dc 1-a Conrad in winning his fir iat, rf 3 0 0 ght club in the Qeens secot.on .-
ra ... two-year-old y gave a bril- 5-Main R ad V. Orte. 122 -Mupt improve here I-1 nr te after suffering atonr Gtellner lbh 4 1 1 of New York. Otherwise, the ring f S 0eI
XingRe'isalddDouglauaprinteriantdenostrattonotclasato 6-King' Pas J. Bravo 112 -Prefew muddy (oint -1 a.s scattered 12 baehit e Norfon; is4 is take away and a baRketb a l.l .theZa0
B3 lt $5A. ,3.20, 2.. ^ sec-. defe t do "I s ; ". .trliing out,three and wa.ttll Nor 4 2 1. gsme or a .dance is held on me :, -,.... .
s hoi n the md J hf lensr hs r .orri hme- nonet Bob Me4ingr O ha floor. -i
hd alewldo rdatported Uoegs.PureeaT5.N folBddArcaame s rsckng Conrad,1 0
town. the winner e ed- Atkinson 1 B 115 t time a ht wina with Oe t- nWAS I THIS CLUB t h t -
.o ues, who ovne A w; up tn a t B . .11 natt if tai- time 3-2 .. .n Jackson-once the Hurricane
SIride, aso won ,The stew 1 r ed a foul 2 _-Avasp 3. -0115 ight, it out S ..b i.O ,2 3 1 sortt nan.lal-,ge.fure
BBno~re Club _and Rdy- protest lodged'_ Attlnson who 3-s Fanl_ A. Vas. *e-_ hreus of. fluIe HuiqKosk b s 0 2 made the a ntarton ,his I "
bdl be the dlay' win- clmed that Ius locked -Genan A. v- 1 msbtfoI rfo 2br 'f 1 0 2 comeback t II. He drew a good
e. r C. Chv bett rid 20- Woodru r 2b, 4 0 houe for hi fight with Mule
Sled the upter u M finished third, f . Mora.ib. 2 4 0 0 Johnson-lo people, most of
len,.'. behind Saratoga, while. Jones, of... 3 0 0 whom paid a dollar. .
seven lengths back. Twelve c6lts OlMTA r T r nt utherland, p 2 1 2 ppinent wi one right hand
iaToda9y-y.35, .20 articipat-ed In Ie event for UlII l r l T I r the ,rd rouo, snd for
Fabe - .n.L -,I e e I r-ol.L *. a .L -I l I_ 1 .lth-replvedavproeofless than i I
SWIT! CHRISTMAS" Nashua, which covered the Great Wie .t . -. ,1
In VistaVision one- le-and-one-elhth in 1:- -i t' Jackson was
.49 3/T as compared to the trac New Orleans Service ArrivRe -- -at k- .1P a
Hcb aope n Joan Fontatne record of 1:481/5 nated *10400.o. Cr0 tobal _._cfcy Bke 000 0 4 12 6_ w__ Fa_.
i n --o He returned $3.40, .70 and $2.50. 0 e 1955 ISv e tte ovde P Bil..
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NIGHT Apollo stepped th the front 3 Itl"A U A Ii" r.......s.......". ,ttrd-t buris et r ACK I I e

the lead to the homestretch turn: O A 1: r SGolf ClW with omr .er oifr,, -. Ahnm R oi _
L_. T d--- .- . .5 t os "c Nashua took owir. "Kira l. CARL" ....... ............. 1 I h-te beinpplayed. a fn ._ -ju-.. .l .t.-- s i ul that8 mran -. J.i. 5- ..
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i Q S VEoO Nashua briefly before Nashua "*eadini Retri 4 Chilled nir Gnert li Cu Jrnaument wc i l trl '..laeghge r.rt, il.lm bar I liem.
e vila$A e Vn aa. erted himself wnl dnrew out 6. Be 2l ly as t I &qB ot. aoue 'a ncog 1 p
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nlearnings of 02.340 to date. New York Service Arril e first 36 hole the ti aete Cpl et tr at r yo. in k aii
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m .e puve .a e c l official tou am t et ,
entry 't ClUb letar d as follofwltflbf# _. _
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Thur day, I ca d P n e. Tabouse ,fi lli OF I amn
Amaeor 4 k .anytel 5 06 to, e:00 ita. d si.
The sco n aea wil a) All fish n previous ly
be Pan ; ,lle wei hed for entry must be atl the .
Prthe bank a Yac t Club 4f3tr by 5.30. p KAm.
P rime s 1.- I I
be trophies. -. ) AlI rsomns gong-6n a bt w
Sageat Area with tournament prticipan tsP K t
sheet to rdg to the meat. The only exeeptlo .. t,
party. (Ar ark the orew members and children n .. ND IN _4 LAKERS
route in the.- p ner). the aage of 12 who do not
The torn l Ft begin.4 ish. A ..
6:00 a.m., Satur hrch 519ka *. AUl 4tX w1l be judged is I 6AE L
end at 4.30 .hit ., M arc ei$., ...
Prize d.iuat r. o
Largest 8 gine 17So p o u Yawtoinene a andt wat Mze- a ONE rmP
at allotted iey. g list erect by :. 6 a.m. Saturday 5 IHEAD
Largest Ye Corbina: 17% March 1958. -
of allpted money, ..' g). No released fish will be a
Lhrgpat Snapper: 17Va% of I- tdonsldered. fat any prize,
lotted'prlie l* "Ih) TItak tournament bac ithtde
Largest O- r: 17s % of at- will act. as.Bard of Ju a s for
loted prinmsae.. ,-- . -. -all catcheR made daring "thi
Largest Ma oel: 5% of al tournament, and any de cisioni
looted prize money. made by them" wlu"be fit"l. /
Largest Pompano: 5% of al- Tournament committee mem-
loted prize 'money. bears who may be contacted for
Largest Snook: 5% of allowed further information are:
prize money. L C. Morale Panama 3-
Largest Jack: 5% of allowed 1590; 3-1176 and Corozal 2190. a
prize money, R. C. Meaisner Balboa 2-
Largest Pap agallo (Rooster 3563. or Mlraflores 48-321.
leshb l% of allowed prie nloomle] Major B. F. Muse Corozal
Pria for the largest fish turn 3108 or Ft. Kobbe 4230.

(HaMrry Graysor is on vacation) 24 second rule In the National
And, naturally, he's not very
e. If, .--. w YOK--( ) Pooln.e.api of bout it, ogh wil. ig to
lard didn't even know how 1to l .at 147 It a>: .
shot a basketball with one hand
ST. ''EIRSBURG.- "I wish xI could give you a stronger and when he was an Oakland Calif., "Having to shoot the ball every
moWe delant Iaterview," Casey Stengel opened. teeen-ager, which shows how far t4 second.," he says, "M a y be
The air was warm, the skies were blue and out on Millerback the old Kangaroo Kid of the ore than these o ld legs can
HulintiFeld, 30 of the most precocious Yanoee farmhands were Minneapolis Lakers goes. itand. I'm against It, and so are
underging an scdelerate4 e uca tion. The Oulf atmosphere Remember it was in the lately ome of the. other fellows on the
shinted of prjg and veraaliope: But in the manager's cubicle 193os that Hank Luisetti and his team, although I'd say weire split
there was W(r& e of dolb.," Maeford Indians swooped into about half and half.
9A PA.k n. gTa iee Ydikees take that pennant back from the east with a one.hand raid ,
thl* i .atIh I' M replf is, 'yes.' But if you were to that opened up the wild shooting "What it does Is ellmhatp the
i lto Bomaerm reoqVer thM championship? I would have and frenzied scoring era In bas- science of working a ball in to
totbe frok d honest slid t411 you, 'I don't know.' I hope I am l etball. the basket. There is no longer, a
beeri nformned April 2. 1 premium on clever mAneuvering
"I,, ee th ,windoWs wide A start hollering, 'we will "We had a starting Iard on and ball handling, which t
clt ber e othe"-lile rs, beyond any doubt.' But the ans don'tmy high school team, usessonall feel are just as nu a
swlli uich INff any more. Maybe they never did. But your Pollard 'wno had the nerve to prmt of the game as shooting. It
.o.- tra.19e anta sa t. ohe trutl. try a one-hand shot In a gameetakes skill to be able to hold on.
ell, the efact Isthat two newcomers on the Cleveland club and made It. But the coach had to the ball late in the game when
disturb me. One Is aOufielder Ralph KEler, the other 19 pitcher a strict rule against it and.warn- ou re ahead
Herb Score, from Indianapolis. ed him that the first time he ,
"Thesewo prevent me from being sure right now that we misses, out of the game he goes."THE NEW RULE HAS ESPE.
can grab the pennant away from Al Lopez. They say Kiner has "Sure. enough, he missed the CIALLY hurt a team like Syra.
become a hand ip on defense. But he still can drive a ball, and next one and gathered splinters cuse. Last year the Nate played
Syou know k. n w.e fence in Cleveland. the rest of the night." the smartest basketball in my ex-
"As to -our ai t. play him up, but big. If one of Lo perience. That's why, with man.
's oi i ld O pn, this kid will be ready to take up NOW, 16 YEARS LATER, Jim power that didn't stack up, they
The, as b .d- a, confesses he couldn't shoot a ball were able to reach the finals of
a k a ." A iditilf Io ur-straight collapse in, the World with two hands if his job with the NBA championship playoffs.
series c'e d0I cotlt.come a psychological help to the the Lakers depended on it-and it ow. there's no such thing as set-
Yainks .d "Th e is some possibility in that direc- doesn't. The cycle Is complete, ting up a series of lays. You
24 fhe er-e atret one crak at the basket, and
tiol -. elw$p yer retanly are going to hearing plenty and Jim is on the verge of retir- t. e r.a at t and
p "ti"g 'l t ea..n th s. in-from b ketbal )ou better ustle eof it, because
o heard a team hollere' clu32, ears old, but his by the time you gt the ball
Itsf a penna t. Nd a rew likely to be the frst to do t. eight hasn't varieed a two poundsver the center ne You may. not
0 a l not so much conceit t g wed that the Indianalast season W o tie last decade. For a sh ortnav more than a15 s seconds left.
won Ill games asI am over the fact that, the way the league stretch at least, he s still t he L'- A
was constituted we dropped S1," Stengel continued. "I think I most scintillatirg performer In The Lqkers. incidentally, top.
lost a lew myself. ba boetbal Bob Cousy and al Syracuseforthat NBA title,
t T fw m .. .gPollard was the first big man to heii fifth in six years. The
SUNTER YANKEES' SHORTSTOP? come along who played the little campinip series was al the
0I am toldthat in nine for nine dealdwith Baltimore in man's game-sn elastic strinI- st rooriMikan and Pollard it. a
which w- DIA 0b Turley, Don Larsen and Billy Hunter --weWbean Just a shade under 6-6 wltt Bi. _ge.ege quit td q"lo-t
traded ourstlnt# the pennant, poi ter'sspeed springstve iknaek oi ud lor i er endeavor's tooki. I
"This coulL. turlt out to be true. But I am making no such le S .and an t intuitive knack of und fo r the endeavors too.
statement beca l e I know how treacherous even the beat looking basket. In his latter years, he's "Putting a time linfit on shoot-
trades could turn o.ut. .. .-toecome a fine outside shot In Ing has cut out the Italling qa
"This much Il ue.w, Hunter Is enough of a allplayter.t his earlier years he never had to some of the hackinf," he con-
open the season at Short for us. LAesn ts a tremendously betterhierl i or sie ar, hanevr h eo ft h al
pitcher thtnh 3 lad 1 record with the Ordolte wld di It ws Jim's misfortune to play ife of a player, Th pace is too
pitcher than h 3 31 record with the Orioles eld Indite sta outside. edes. "It's also cu the ceer
or we poiever w have dealt for him. And Tuner hd tremead- always in the shadow of the twofast. I'm not sure I have the ans.
"Howe ver, en Tu must be rated a hazard. He is not greatest basketball compett o r s war, but maybe what we need is
Spoiled hurler, wltJ finesse. wPerhaps will try too hard. of te' first half century--Lu ett
l ed reyold rete, Perhaps and George Mikan. ie followed
-IR ht will,b on him right from the start. Luisetti atlStanford and never FigueresAre
S lth Allie Keynol retired, and Jim McDonald and Harry could escape comparlpon with the-
3l*-, W hI4dt4o the Orole, I have to reorganize my pitching inimitable Hank and when heclu
staft. ient into professional basketball Decliving
/ "How nmuch are we likely to miss Reynolds? I can't say.5a, a charter member of the Lak.C
There may be another Bob Grim among the 14 kids who are mrs was confronted with the over- BOULDER, Colo -(NEA)--Col-
working out here under Jim Turner. But you know how ret Lshgdowing form of Mikan, _most orado's statistics chart shows its
an athlete Aile was for us. He started, he relieved, he had fire prolific scorer li history, forwards are, far from potent
an4 esan.rlution one of the all-time greats. EL O srorers.
"New fl. 34 L.ga1t remains -of my big three, who hit the 5LE coach of LaSelle always in.- Onyl Bob Jeangerad Is in 4ou.|
_W mar- for me, a.d stood'out in five straight seasons elated Pollard was th greatest ,blle figures, -.ith a 15. average,
ss witbo..utsparualSl. I am susr Lest can go right Ia f-basketball player who ever lived Others lbve ma.ks rmla truaq
pIsblng. 'I just have to bl mqun _imse.f ..-untii his ewn sad current Tem Mel Csathn's i.4 to Jim RaK.
-_ 'u WhMew Ford. rim, TahleybLepat, l arsen and Tems Gola came along gIles' 34.
anytue, nrewl Dhit str ,-' war we ia54 suie, A twe The wan who .-s sa active .
hay t _st up._ b as.t..l.. ...... player has experienced all t~h But Coach Bbe Lee says the
.'. Shi, all thnt I .a sun asout right now is that it Ias B major innov atlas that h ae VC al-around pla ,at hIs tour for,
ve xw day," transformed basketball from .the wards aait the major rason
all control game of two decades for say Colorado court success
.MWARD AT T ER! POS. .OI ago to the h scoring melee We this .season, "Defeeive work, re.
Stengel .RUI asegptod sa.mt.tatmn. to talk about Ea.ton have today is beig spurred nto.!hu g and bai .handling, that
NnwaN who awrws- be ferlty erntai to be the-first Kege.i serious thoughts of retirement by jis where they shine," -be points
se.t I to w rk nln the putfield, as "

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tlephonr 2-0975, Hotel El Panam6,
telephone 3-1660. Ext. M30, or Panaril
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719 or 197.

Here are three of the world's
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That's right, blended. For, like
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30 Years Of Trying Pays Off

As Herb Knapp Boats Marlin

"Eleven years I've been fish-
ing and I ve never seen any-
thing like it." says Bill Vlolette
of the trip he made last week
end on the Seri.
Herb Knapp, another crew-

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first marsi. Left of the fih
-is Tom'" iuirhead,'a visitor
.from Los Angeles, who was.
more than a little tImpressed
with fishing in Panama alter
this trip. On the" rig.h.t,
, Violette.

EVEtTTHING comes to him
who waits. Herb Knapp catch-
e bhis first marlin, and is
shown here proudly posing be-
side the boated fish.

member, was too overcome for
comment, After fishing for
over 30 years, he had finally
broken his jinx on this Jackpot
safari and had caught his first
Since we are always skepti-
cal about reports that starry-
)eyed fishermen bring in, after
a week end spent gazing at a
bobbing bait on the glaring Pa-
cific, we decided to take a peep
into the log of the Seri. Here
are some of the highlights aof
that opus:

0300, 19 -Feb. '55: we leave
Balboa Yacht Club. Ser i is
captained by Frank Violette
(Capt. Bligh) and crew consists
of BJll Violette, Tom Muirhead
(from .Los Angeles), George
Nickel, Herb Knaop, Brad
Muse, Ospina Newball and Jor-
ge Justavino.
1105: Off Galera Island, Muse
fishing for bait, with a small
white feather and 18" leader,
hooks small marlin. He makes
three jumps giving us all a
good view. Looks as though he
would weigh between 180 and
200 lbs. Breaks line just above
.1135: George Nickel, of the
famous, eagle eye, gets marlin
strike on port outrigger. Fish
faster than eye. Jumps and
throws hook. Let's get on the
bean boys. We have to live
down these nine marlin the
Seri lost In December. Got to
show those bar-fly fishermen.
1600: Raised our first sail-
fish. Hooked and released bY
Bill Violette. Just a sail, but
it's a start.
0400: Feb. 20: Capt. BlIgh
sounding off. Let's go, getting
daylight. Got some fishing to
do. Might as well get up. He
won't let you sleep. Turns on
siren, rings bell, tweaks your
nose. What a sadist!
0800: Caught some bonita
for bait.

0855: Marlin strike, Newball
is on the rig. Brings a 484-lb.
marlin to gaff at 0935 which
gives Ospina Newball, first
mate of the Seri, the honor of
* landing the first, laqk marlin
of 1955. The Ser, makes It a-
ga .
100 All quiet a.t" r the ex-
- citement. ewball Is cutting up
. his fish. and getting ready to
stow it in the reefer.
1015: Look out! A double-
header! Geotae Nickel and
Brad 1~se both have one on.
Both fish are doing some very
fancy aerObatics. Capt. Blih
is in seven heaven at the
wheel, shouting orders that
nobody s paying any attention
to, but doing a magnifi-
cent job of seamanship, head-
ing. in the right direction at
the exact moment'to prevent
the f1ih from fouling.
George brilpp his to gaff at
1040 to join what is left of
Newball's marlin on deck. Now
all eyes are on grad'q fish,
which he has brought te stern
ready for gaff at 1105. Newball
has the leader. ickel trying
to set the gaff when thb hook
pulls out. Capt, Blgh's dreams
fade into the dark blue waters
as, for .the third time in his
fishing career, he falls to boat
a double header marlln.
George's fish la computed at
406 lbs.
1130: All Is calm, all Is quiet.
Lines out again. Bani!r Both
outriM ers snapped out anta.
This time Mist boats a f0-lb.
grouner and aeorre a 62-lb.
ambertack. "Tee two boys are
going great t ins.
1340: Up comes old man mar-
lin on Brad's ,ig. s time
Brad maes the ade. it's his
first malin and the third
boated day. Computed

Morro de pinas, up comes the
familiar fin behind Tom Muir-
head's rig, fishing a cut bait.
He looks it over but It's not big
enough. Moves over to Frank's
(Capt. Bligh) bait. It's a boni-
ta on a marlin rig. That looks
better. He strikes twice but
doesn't knock itt ut of the out.
Frank can't wait for that
marlin to do it for him, so he
knocks it out himself and feeds
the bait to him next time he
comes up. It works! He tells
Newball 'Keep a little way on,
and keep heading for the an-
chorage.' About five minutes
out of anchorage we gaft him,
and compute his measure-
ments...281 lbs.
21 Feb. '55 0430: Frank is
sleepy and doesn't get us up
until now. 0848. About 800' of
the seaward side of Morro de
pinas, Herb Knapp gets his
strike. It's another black mar-

A 8 POUND GROUPER and-&' 1.mr pek add fun to the'
Seri's weekend. Posing with ia-beiotis ,are: Brad Muse,
Tom Mulrhead, George Nie-Il al'd orge Justavino.

lini He brings it to gaff 0M
0745. Herb's first marlin aft
30 years of trying. Good going
Herb. -
1220: Bill Violette gets myl-
lin strike, books him nicely,
brings him to gaff in shortar-
der. This is Bill's first marlin.
Computed weight 210 lbs.
1230: Too many fish In h. f.
boat.- Deck all cluttered up .
with marlin. Had intended&-to
stay out until tomorrow, .bl$
decide to head for home.
That's it. On the: way aci -
to Balboa they caught a couple
of sails and released them to-
talling a score of three saollt ,
and six black marlin. Nottd .
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waters for thirty ye Herb
IKaapp looks philosohlcal. a"
he waita for the coveted fish
.4 to strike. ,

WANT wRE HiC J .A.mush-ated 8b-ve are somn of the princiilrsons whyI
dent hWnsower is making Congre to approve a tremendous expanslob of the nation's
building program. B s of bis plea is the recent report of his highway advisory committee, I
byGen. Lucis D. Clay. The report Vecoummnds a 10-yar, $101'4illion road-building pr
This Js a $4 billion increase over thr'r program. A frim ne a.c.t of.the hghwal ]
is the. necessity for adequate high wys.to. ev*U te millions of people target areas plus
Ma .d for sp tdg mlit men udl"s ieq to threatened ^a are
outy tqd# ha equal to-this tawa,"

FRANK VIOLETTE, who captained the Seri on her phenomenal
trin last weekend, when she boated six marlin In two days.
Frank is shown here, holding out some tackle that a forgetful
fisherman left behind on Balboa pier.

Transport In Madrid Provides

Husbands With A Good Excuse
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MADRID (UP) RIling the
Madrid pubHie transport to work
these days is getting to. be a job
for a cross between a hermit, a
sardine, .and a hefty football play-
er. '.. .
The hermit, because patience is
r.eededk waiting for the transport
to arrive. '
A sardine, because, onae the
doors iof bus tram or "trAin 'are
opened, it is a case of one aboard
all aboard until the coach is at
b. atina *int-

noon and return home again In
the evening.
The problem is not so acute in
the evening. Spanish men consid.
er the time between ceasing work
at. 7 or 7:36 p.m. and getting
home for the 'evening 'meal at
9:30 or 10 as "the man's hours. '
Not for: them the' rush home to
I'elp put the kids to bed; It's a
glass of wine, a 'chat, and of
course that wonderful excuse:
"You know, my dear, how the,
lra"Q4 ie11 -

ruu ng po ntm. transportU is.
A. football layer,-. because
trab; excepted, most Madrid MOther Of PC
tran rt is based on the two io- '
door princplie one door to come cmolove DIes--
in by and one to go out by. To .m" ye .7
reach the exit when there are 100 In fi*mrd s At5-5 -
tightly wedged passengers ahead n V O a -
needs more than ballroom danc. Mrs. Addle M. Waugh, who
ing technique. had been ill for some tline,. ded
The municipality admits It needs early yesterday morning at Gor-
urgently 50 more trains, 150 more ha n readingg wth.. her
trolley buses, and 100 auto buses. hae lh, been relding wth her
It also says that the very effi- 'lctricalh, an.empl.oye .2 the
client subway system needs to be ieccalD n s e q ar-&
tapidly expanded. The municipal- rived on the Isthmus a y" aI
At, estimates it would coat 216 -e rs. waungI was 55 y ea. 0g.
000,000 to buy the new.equlDment, e was born in Mt,. SterlRg.
not to mention the projected ex- Ohio and was .the widow Of a
tension of the underground net, former police chief In Colimabus
w rk. But where to get the funds? .
Root of the trouble is threefold Although no funeral arrange.
- lack of foreign exchange to im. ments havt beent 'ade, al will
pert dtiequate transport from be buried in Mt sterling.
abroad, inability of SpAnish man --
ufacturers to keep pace with de- Love
mand, and the tremendous growth
o- Madrid. .
In 1947 Madrid had an estimated LEEDS, E".a', ebI -
population of 1,590,0/O, Today His name.o Ltn..e ',
there are 2,000,000 persons living Willam Leve--aad' iw
here, and more. keep pouring in, seaton AL B.qyle .tel .t
mainly from the provinces in court he did, -net wisely.
March of better paying jobs ln mueh too o'efte .
the city New housing districts are In fact, bosle., saidM t-
springing up on the ouUkWrt of aried six t"mosa~ws d.as
the town, throwing a big strain voroed but eone.
on the transport system, which Love wa" cuv.,ed o..f
mrom work twice daily mou I L
The laong midday 06f-k ( -UMM- -ashi a06 -H.


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Written for- NEA Service
Let's now take up Schedule-D
accompanying To .In 1040 where Anf_1
ou report gains and losses ,10 -
le or exchange of proj *
Average taxpayer seldom
to use 'this schedule. Posasblyfo
this reason, there is no place to ..11
report sales of property on Form ...a-
1040A. le d&l d
If you-had one or more of the i .........
following transactions In 194, you
will have to fill out what is called
"Separate Schedule D" and file "''". -............
It along with Form 1040:- "u--J.,,, ..-..
1. Sale of your home, car, house- -"-L "-" i",,-<, ,., ,-
held furnishings, ewelr or other .. ..................................
personal property for more than n .I -mbr --n Af'tm--'...d1
it cost you. If you sold any of these y" Items for less than It cost, you
cannot deduct the loss.. attoe-B att .b sa huio Do.
i. a8le of securities you bought e4la .a ib le
for Investment or speculation. '833 ,'tw $S., maoptae W ,.
.i Securities or non-buiss v r ae e- Mgea u
loans which became worthless in *u*ooe Jurs ptee or o a
15fm sIu* pris osl'h 19 b.
,Allof these transactions would A t
be reported as Capital Assets on i
W 4'Lg$0 Alrt,
Schedule D, unde-r either '"Short- M S ,o 1000
Term Capital Gains and Losses" .ooo
oz "Long-Term," depending on Ajutra pa r I ,3
this rule:
A non-business or personal loan
which became worthleq in l 154 ROW SALE OF YOUR HOUSE,
is a short-term capital oss re- stock, would be reported on Sche
gardless of how long ag' yo made
the loan. The rest of trans-order to potpone'te tax on a
actions will b shorte if you profit you made during 1954 in
held the property for s-aWt- s selling your older house, you start
or less and long-term i ff Oei or vqth the selling prle of your old
more than six months. boa" and subtract seeing, com-
If you sold your. residence. rmIon
1954, read over the special rul
on page 9 of the official strue- In addition-, ou can subtract
tons. Note that under certain cir. expenses for rede ng done to
cqmstances where the proceeds of assist the sale Ine .performed
the sale are used to buy another within a 90-day period e dg
house, part or all of the gain the day you sign a contract-to
realized may not be taxed. hen sell the old house, provided you
check over the following addi- pay for the redecorating within
tonal Information and tips: 3c. days after the date of sale.
The term "residence" includes For example, if you sold your
a house, houseboat, or house commission and a $1000 redecorat-
trailer. I you, live in more than Ing bill just after you sold, you
onq place it must be your princi- wll not bm taxed on any profit if
pl residence. When part of the within the proper period you" buy
property is used as your principal of construct another home costing
ldence, and part is used for $13,000 or more.
business purposes or rented out, This is trae even though you
culy the allocated gain on that may have only paid $10,000 for
part of the property used as the your old home and hence have
principal residence is not taxed. a gain of $3000. Schedule D printed
The gain on the business or rented with this article shows how such
part of the property must be re- a sale was reported.
ported. If you claim the benefit f spa-
For example, i a taxpayer rent cal rules on the sale of your ra.-
ing one-third o his residence, ses depce, be sure to attach to Sched-
Ior $000 prflt, he must re o ulI D theinformation asked for
-tird of the gain, ortiap, in the official instructons. Even
Iut need not report M F40 the though yu did not purchase a
pelit. if he otherwise coi new homr by Dec. 31, 1954, if you
with the special rules on a k you may either buy or build
residence. the required period you
Ii "dethrminibg how mucl, you. deid-not report a tax on the profit
have to put into' a new.-ho n b. i the sale of your old al.
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along with profit from sale of
dule D Is shown in this example.
dence oh your 1954 return, but *her --. .l
should enter "none" In column 3 -a tUnE
(h), headed "gain or loss" of en s,
Schedule D.
If it develops thai you don'tL
buy or build and occupy a ne
residence w t h n the specified
time, then you must file
amended 1954 tax return and pay.
a tax on the profit. ,i _I
Her are some Ups to help yoef E M
'ftoaut lhedule D: DEREKi STEW

and (c), tuR *Wte e r ai_
the date sold, chk to make h h WeidA f-
all property listed' wider I i gh dsI e I
term capital gains and losses w StIBIOH .IC
held for more than six aths. SOU
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preclaUon) unless at sonm tige s*g ''--
you rend. out the propely or .,
used It ina bu es. You m ,
slow depreelatlion pe
during which the propety~r was V EnE1I A"
used or rented. Watch for A tle l.EW VENEZUELA
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proverb Is hidden In each of
thu following sentences. Now
long will it take yop to find the
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S N Yw ork was once called
New Ast0tadam.
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A Clue-Doodle Problem
By D. K. Woodman
\r T ancient,
V Indeed, is the ,
Idea of the Clue- i
Doodle. It was
used by the 10
Egyptians, t he
Assyrians, and
even the Mew-
cans prior to the
ivenuon of the s
Mambo. 8ince
tlpen the M)l-
cna haven't bad
time tfor IL But
this will pas
The Clue-Doodle can't be put out of step by a mere
dance. It haa been used, in fact, to record dances
in other times. It was then called hieroglyph.
It is no longer cal" a hieroglyph because of the
epOiPW. It's exoesat
But t Clue-Doodle still series it noble purpose
o( conveying Idea in an unusual way. The 'one
above, foa Instance, gives you the Mltie of a eaneat
beetoelDng wak of fiction, .
Can you figure it out? If not, see below.
.4'siwoeg joj euj,0 ot,. :a WeupS
SWhat's t Diffemrn Anyway?
OE'B age ia the same as tha difference between
J five timesa age five yearu go and Ave times
his age five yem f rom now. How old I he ?
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A COWBOY uses his lariat in
Ali work, of course--roplang
teers, caltes, broncos, etc.-and
he also uses it for amusement as
shown above. But .the cowboy
ian't the ny. one who can per-
form rope tricks. Almost any-
one can master the art with prac-
tice and patience.
A length of cotton rope about
8 yards ong is qeough for a
start. Double one end about 3'

as hW In aLt. Heavy thread,
gut, light wire, etc. may be used
to foam loop as illustrated.
To start: make a cheular mo-
tion, spin the rope as If attempt-
ing to spread It on the ground
in front of you. Maintain a can.
stant rotary motion to keep loop
from closing. roi tthissiple
beginning the novice leans to
play loops from side to side,
overheads etc.

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Tiw tek evias- buelt ae aplely in
a few has & tlae.,It 1s s sisprndd Iomi
flur -bas aloag s muse* wall ad
feels out at the w o M ot' anu.
es struoti details an as tflws:

RTPTCtAX are a
Squipa of aeodetes pre
Ia the ten fat a subet
oeryptop e-that Is to aoM
of the original letters ha
aubstituted for by anothi
same lett throughout. I
are asked to decode the
and restore the original we
Today's quip:

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T epgs s speae cr.-

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W hI fum u as i doe
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mend tbrotub a4ts. Bore am to ai&
Sitelag .etheslae, lenta with se
eabalnasa howL.
boor buttons hold frame in folded po-
sltim when it la not in use.

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m using IOST home m
0ated workbel hom H
ituton an quipped with
itton a viase, but oees-
y, each aoally the need
Sbeen arises for a,
or, the somewhat amal-
Solver. er hold&g device.
letters such asttru-
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heavy pliers es

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lore a hole and 1 '
a slot in the top
of. the work-
bene% aa ahown
at richt abve. Bore another hole for a good-slnd
belt b the bench les.
hisert plers and bolt as shown. (Bolt has a nut
-j ^.*^ lAa 1.

"M: T" k vi*. Is opera ted by tightening or loosening bolt.
tie= htaiIR tWI f the ear *
of O.atau on a Limb in This?
.2 ai A MABlF. tree has 17 bracheft, each having 11
M a .. 'A 4U A ,, n.Ma.Itc ahb brnmh double its leave
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fat FrePnchmen tried a feathered ftwL
"Five funny farmers fed fbrty ftasMled foie frozen
S veq" "hy soldiers salting salmon shoulder to

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TRIPLE TERRORS-Racing for the sky, a "triple tailed" team of Starfire jet intercept-
ors presents a three-in-one demonstration of precision flying at 600 miles an hour
above Otis Air Force base, Mass. The all-rocket jets are on air defense assignment.
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,SYMBOLIC GREETING-The official mascot and symbol of
the Quebec Winter carnival-Bonholnme Carniyal-greets
the three children of American Consul George Renchard on
the skating rink adjoining the famed Chateau Frontenac.

i GOOD BREEDING-Mrs. Leopold Cecil Iposes proudly with her Skye terrier. "Glam.
our Yankee Doodle," who won best-of breed in .its class at dog show in New York.


DOWN IN DIXIE, George Washington's birthday is not only a holiday, but also the
height of Florida's mid-winter season. Youngsters from Cypress Gardens put on
a colonial pageant thpt attracts some 10 thousand visitors to see the costumes `of
Washington's day against the beautiful background of flowers like Camellia Japoni-,
cas, the flower that was then called the aristocrat of the southern gardens. After the
event,.camera enthusiasts rhove in to shoot pictures of the various colorful groups.

-" KING WINTER'S PALACE-International skiers and other tourists flock to the famous
Palace hotel at St. Moritz, Switzerland, for a vacation period of fun in the snow.

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ClOSED SEASON-Tired of being shot at, this rabbit finds security in a snow bank
behind high fences of Clearfield, Ut., naval supply depot. Workers don't bother him,
but leave parts of their lunches behind for him. Other rabbits have moved in too.

Except for cypress, George Washington himself might have felt at home in this scene.

&W cNWOOD-John Clarke, a deaf mute Blackfoot Indian, couldn't tell his parents
fstiing things he saw in the Montana forest, so he decided to carve them. Since
I^ re fe hua whittled his way to fsame. e gets $1,500 for some pieces.,
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(or brincadores) is being package by a worker in fac- -I-
tory of Joaquin KaNaipdI at AnaMos. Sonora Mexico. rIwOp .f Clypss Gardess-pnugitejps reIMs uer m befm Oppwring li pgeat.

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Democrat oy ra ; a a tUe. pto
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The..hse.e w nth ad President .

Eisenhower and an leaders fo pga s a *10 tax by .Zoas a tee thae
But for all tIoa .ato 1r .. ,
doned apparollycaTW b ythe pcrateM 21 M- ndAe o
A.to ine5 m oI emAiiet tibe Whe de i, the record he said tod t mericaaa-,
thisfi- eI-Vote .0 -leVes ,weMo- mu ., ..g;
eratic-sponsobred ta ox t that Mr. .hd-r had at- to-ama ,2 t

tax bill-a n oh -art o i Dntnueot ftand o

sales tax rates tfat e would eat Aall n moralag
"fter this vote wa taken, the o 'an napetle of orw she

voted upon M t w e approveeby sal anl imath with a pae war GI pa
ts future e la in o Oe 6t t'he0t .A ttei lSe 0 LeasW. ea .. .. .

m oitte each n d. Walterd ,,rg GOrgia. tever violated. She o ,o home ,o e. c ",
The lcome tax aut-.aa _od stand e-wo uald cat u ed m -ay y.a. .
then the asury about to b 00. million dollars a The .th i '. _"

jear. The amd niatraton' : t of the b would save tfore = lati
The th oede tax out wouad .nIce taxe P0su f he 7sA600Io.1Bot
cut for all taxpayer lve e y .,n- wn-h g at o. U .fort. ,,.. .

The Th Noroll callTote'w"eond y, t...b0ifocrata 210. OTmhoalan l Asembly w *" '"e,-
An.d ths fve-vo -.,. o plea for S the oorevot o, ', -.'-
eratlc-sponored tax cut raisat MI. flAn &o ppr had at,-... a .o r-epident hJos e .er tolald Ug.f.III +.1.
the sey monte o The pleao submitted i.w ou .A

Thn House unanimous ly -and' eatrpapproved Marques hrie o and a e
theax bil-a providing for a o hundrtn e oporat on ari pa o t.nalUasttmh ltu-I b ..a 0 .au _v to ,-..

sote of 2 hd S. "new accused .... aT
The Icome action wa v .sl.o m .eS, wmere e,. ithat do, who
ltan future o In douwt. B d .the t eoLe l e Vl
Thenate inare co ittee o d te In o wlf w an imp amu'enatlo .plot to

ax t u-.and hei has tr In h enlor eoc. detJ, and A it Readen on Jan. f 3r should" d .
myae Anm. Water o t beogia. etver vllhod, She 4ook .homle s of P ,
The ncomew m a x t,-te s I.n--would cost m any ytae ao to .. -,;.,e testimony :

athe easue about t i, e t fmrltlot .dollars a The bo ill pa hl t heir wiete Th ._t We '
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eralua are betting all tfhanony Ri bla v61eet, ai gold lame he National 'Bureau a Stadards,
tlaBal li of bskish if Preaident Ei.en eer trimmed Ia bugle bes and J|a rehearsng a demonatrattio
radio dive r ue hi th Ideldes not to run again, by euaes a new methods tfor ieasurring m,
u iul. .. v 'u it Neit h .Calfran wmi doesn ,st ch aU e differences in temperatures
Caeere .. am what will happen i Ike doesn't "oi know," Kerr A prior to an Open-house exhibit.
caused by M tl'. Axeti rua, but the y are trying to let in 1.1is estltuents, .uch an in.- severall pieces of hot and cold inro
* Lestesoa and chromates can ause on00e 0 Am, s earmarked r that they won't be rivals for the dividual antenna device chuld be ere being ured, but in arranging.
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lung cancer. Beazol can hi the Canada, .9,00,to. r the ctientral number-one job. _.ctuaj y usetl for broadcasting, in- them, they got mixed up.
blood-forming organs ,ed the bid- U.S. area snd the same shouB,- n .o all the pee talk stead of .re, v .n., I might want .e t wlhing to burn himself, ti,
Sder. And X-rays, ete .a a.ect for tuhe west eoast Jim Hoffa., .t 6 otf Go < e t t ep it, me.. ,LeBst ,uateoned: "Aad ~oJw yo -
the; skin, bones and ood rmag vfeepee of the Teamsters, will d- gPtj.a. m hp a de...eai ration of heat
organs. J rect. Dave Beck's plans now are th.Lit s0 e4o. la "Aata ito pntect their wubet- measurement without the benefit
S1tow stay in office until 195, run f.or elia o.-eaustiJ e L.Sae "e e-all indemlndepj at Indstrumentss." Thereupon he we' kt
Get yourself cheeked regularly. r|e-electlon and then step down -copll" --- .g, te g trak airlines h. finger and proceeded to touch
Yoe seldom have anything to fear somewhere in mid-term. Then he The Pentagon has b.a haui. g *z a pie- seme ofat 4erprsfitseLe pieces .f Iron, finding the bol
bul eight. .. will indicate that he prefer young a patee eimie wave an the. he to wiae' vl die Senate a e h. . ones by the as aie.
S "Jim Hoffa to suecee orm .-
We may soon see the final smash ---" ,
ag of the mob whleh. has mur- Transport Union chief Mike guil,
a d putl e ( Walil to tei up -du0 merger, has beet frnt uE
la ers w o.de. e dedius-and = ,probably

Right ow oe CwbO' atM ona at-. ike Ut despltef his p_,bast. .At e . it
torney, Arrtn Goldberg, is work- the Transport Union's convention. ; .in- t as o
Sae formula wTceh may wipe it was said that the new t labor TeMiS w' eNEW rvlo e pracetied e ia d e id n GrIen- It was founded refugees who .a n
i cveryu ce Of -Sh dollar tederano new name d r# ne jwch V l ge, Iin heodes
B crow For some wee *Congress Amernea anoui" ., a t ege.. .l d o tta k -o t b lsef tlos
e r. An Xra and some re- --- Waes coast Jimtu the 9sS.M thtbe 0.T" a "And n
the, s akistanots had been examv Yoe can leart fr wertment -than r eahl( g .& t IN..ehf a l1ai1 o hea
organsr tc t varioa Btas p es m rl, .. .w t

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t -u t-a~r that offcertour Md. run. _re i 1Ood..e.Sk Fs a4d -Wra.on he wet

Get yourmelf lveted i harul t been sto fld 71 Sir J K. awte. CrloeI. In ftgw an dr. proceeded t

b "t5 wil "I" itcontrev t he Wtr oun a ovMe.) Itantwrv. Ge oighs .who by e te te .
men A tv SUCs1&t him.

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tud. may be aslt to g eeir This isa reult okf sryo- bto maake a toa 4 .. ueee sent biu a degrees. a
Smas thwt ints "Sign no the Pa-a aha l antot ie -.flto a.-ly a dA.*
nie a ise'frst movae made aGolbet eg, aIs work tfh htf st ta the aev< weald not
B -, h t the Hun .. The Eiffel Tew- ail wad te -n ow-y, it aseof oue bet sad Duthe gro o
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A DIPPER DREDGE works at Its never-ceasing lob-f keeping the channel clear. In background,
Gamboa Sigihl Station.

IN THE DISTANCE Miraflores Lake can be seen through the partially opened miter gates. Note
the big bull chain, the electric mules, the control tower at left.

JOiN A. MICHAELIS gets a sun tan on his cruise. He took otf
his shirt when the ferry started. ,


Text and plx by
About 425 individuals of all
ages and shapes rode the ferry
boat, Presidente Porras, f r om
Gamboa to Balboa last Saturday.
Governor President J. S. Sey-
bold had issued the invitation to
employes and their families who
had not previously been through
the locks to take the interest i n i
trip. The US-rate Civil Councils
had handled the reservations.
Everything ran like clockwork,
with the ferry arriving at Balboa
a little ahead of schedule, In
ample time to make connections
with the late afternoon train back
to Cristobal
Some of the employes aboard
were old enough t6 retire, and
perhaps some had retired. It was
strange that they hapt not transit-
ed the Panama Canal -before
with it "right in their dooryard"

so to speak, but such was indeed
the case.
Some who had bWen through be-
fore repeated to bring their wives
and children, Many chil d r e a
It was a happy group -and not
a complaint on. the whole ferry!
There were lFenty of seats, on the'
.lower deck or the. upper deck, is
the warm sun or in the shade. Boy
Scouts sold soft drinks, ice-cold
and there was' water, too.
Just as the group boarded the
ferry at Gamboa a big slip glrd.
ed by and reminded the passen.
gers that they *ere to embark oe
a channel "which has earned the
title "Short route to world tirade.*
Later 'they .bad to wait at Pa.
dro Miguel Ihile i large ship
came out o the chamber and pas.
sed the ferry, then hurried on to
some distant port.
At Giambo, the two float i a 8
| oraneet- once' the largest- ,n the
world, attracted considerable at.
Ini the Gamboa Reach, a dredge

SHiRE'S A CLOSE-UP WITh of the electric towing "mules," the
THE BULL CAIN down, the mier gats recessed into the wals, the ferry ready bull chain, the miter gate with a man walking across it, and the
THE BULL CHAIN down, the mlcer gates recessed into the walls, the ferry is ready to proceed - ...
A,; across the lake to Miraflore& ,, control tower at -Pdro Illuel wlth it a4dgail couze.
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pasenriger. She is shown with her, mother on the top deck
of the ferry.


Was tied up. It was a remind e r Charley Brandl who was standing
that the Panama, Canal Company on the top of it waving, looked no
works unceasingly to keep the en- bigger than a minute.
tire channel Operative at all times. -At Pedro Miguel Locks, where
And the harbor terminals, too. the tourists who pay a fee for
High on the hill. was the Gam- a similar ride, must disembark
boa Signal Station, and later the the lucky Company Government
transiting ferryboat passed La Pi- employes stayed on.
ta and Cucaracha Signal Stations. This fefry was going right on
through the two sets of lo c ks.
These serve a valuable Job of That's something .the tour i s ts
visual signaling, and reporting on seldom get to do-see the locks in.
the progress of transits in the operation from right in the cen-'
Gamboa to Pedro Miguel stretch. ter of things. I
They are manned at all time se The expertness of the handling
when ships are transiting:. makes it appear decpetively easy
to put a ship through the locks.
A loud speaker system served it appeared to be Idone- as easily
the entire ferry and brought the as one shifts gears in a tar, but
fluid message of Barney Barlow, you don't 'drop close to 30 feet
experienced lecturer for tour 1 s t and use s ome 27,000.000 cubic
parties, and sage of Canal statis- yards of water to shift gears in
tics, both facts ard legends. a carl That's the difference-
The very considerable change in
the shape of Contractors Hill Well, r've got lots of pictures
brought exclamations fiom the left and more to say, so we'll con-
passengers. While it looks low in tinue this feature next week un-
comparison to former years, still less you say "no I"

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IN CHARGE OF THE FERRY were, I to r, Capt. F. J. Harrlngton. the pilot, Capt F. A. Munroe.
Jr., USN, Marine Director and N. A. Terry, the master, all shown in the pilothouse.

A NEON TRAFFIC arrow tells the ferry which chamber to enter' This is the "soft nose" at
Pedro Miguel Locks.,

OFFICIAL PHOTOGrAPHn Clyde LaClair., Is shooting 'Con- "
tractors Hill in the distance anm not Capt. F. A. Munroe, Jr., at .
left! Only a hint of the former heights is left on the rock ..
removal job. THE ROSCOE AINING family of Cristobal made the transit, all six of them.



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