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PANAMA, E. P. SUNDAY JANUARY 6, 1957
Nasser s Price
For Suez Transits
LONDON, Jan. 5 (UP) President Carnal Abdel
Nasser 6f Egypt ii willing to let British and French ships
'pais through the Sue Canal only if Israel is made to
hand hack : the1 Gaia strip, a London newspaper, said
;today.v- '" T"'
Richard JBeeston of the London News Chronicle in 'a
dispatch from Beirut said Lebanese politician Emite Bus Bus-tant
tant Bus-tant had .relayed Nasser's terms to. him.
Bustanl, described by.Beeston as .the "close, con confidant"
fidant" confidant" of the Egyptian premier had a three hour meet-
i. with Niir vesterday.
-S The Chronicle quotfed Bustanl
..in. KasMr tnld him no
' .v,i. wnniH h allowed to pass
through, the Canal oncet -was
rinnnrt- unless they paid their
ddes to the Egyptian manage
rafnr the waterway !- was
vii,.rf Inrlnir the ; A Tiff 1 O
French Intervention in October
ships were paying dues either
to the Egyptian management or
the old suei cbihu vjumuj
which was nationalized by Nas Nasser
ser Nasser last July 27,
Beeston saH that f. Nasser
Intends to Insist on compensa compensation
tion compensation for, the .Anglo French
attack a n d estimates ; the
cost of damage in Port Sam
alone at around ;$MfO00,00On
1 Meanwhile In Cairo the news newspaper
paper newspaper Al Ahram today said that
Egypt will never enter direct
talks with Britain and France to
settle the Suez Canal and other
outstanding problems as" long as
premiers Eden and Mollet are
Thinks U. J. Public
For Jlcpes, Prayers
- HOLLYWOOD, Jan. SV (UP)
Heartbroken Red Skelton today
thanked hundreds of persons
who-offered sympathy, hope and
prayers for the comedian's leu leu-y
y leu-y fcemia-stricken son,- Richard,
fThe saddened comic was In
seclusion at his home where he
and his wife Georgia,' awaited
Richard's release from the UCLA
Medical Center. His thanks was
expressed .through hiaagent, y r
"Red is beside himself and so
hroken up he tan s ia-,- agcm.
Milton Weiss said.
Doctors at the Center' gave
' young Skelton less than a year
' to live after tests made in the
- last few days disclosed that ne
,was suffering from a fatal type
- of leukemia, v U ....
" Faced with the verdict, Weiss
said the comedian still refus refused
ed refused to rhra on hope for the e-
Tentual recovery of hia son.
wHe quoted Kelton as sayfng,
Til never give, up hope." j
, A spokesman for the Center
said the boy was unaware of
. th diagnosis He said Richara
was "very cheerful and feeling
1 so pain. -'-
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After ft few more -days oi
i tests the hov ls expected to be
' released to go horn and resume
; as normal existence puswuic.
He will be under medical oo
" serration."' ".':
' skelton took the boy to the
Hawaiian Island, last summer
In hopes that a change of cJ cJ-;
; cJ-; mate might help a suspected
anemic condition.- v :.t f. i
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The Skeltona also have' a
daughter, valentla Marie, 10.
Dire For Golden; v
Cross Of Epiphany
TARPON SPRINGS (UP)
- Tcung athletes will dive for the
golden cross cf Epiphany here
iuadsy and thousands of visitors
' are expected to witness the eere eere-ln
ln eere-ln this sponge fishing communi community.
ty. community. i'-
' Bishop Athensgnrss of Eleaes;
lead of the New England dioceoe
- of the Greek Orthodox Church,
wih stand in a large, barge in
Spring Bayou and throw the gold golden
en golden cross into the water. The diver
' who retrieves the cross will re receive
ceive receive a special blessing from the
Th Greeks who toonded this Goard.
town 30 miles north of St. Peters- Fr example, be said, there is
burg brought wits them many .nothing flammable in the SS Unit Unit-rites
rites Unit-rites observed for hundreds oV;ed States. America's Urwt hix-
yesrs oe the Jdediterraneaa and
the papery said
: The newspaper said that ,E ,E-gypt
gypt ,E-gypt is resolved to negotiate on only
ly only with the United Nations and
has refused to talk' to the gov governments
ernments governments of premiers Sir An Anthony
thony Anthony Eden and Ouy Mollet be because
cause because of the "flagrant aggres aggression
sion aggression they perpetrated against
the Egyptian people."
AI Ahram added that Egypt
would negotiate with Britain
and France only H the Eden
and Mollet government re resigned
signed resigned and were' replaced by
' new governments "w h i c h
should apologize? to Egypt for
the allied Invasion.
onlv then. the : newspaper
concluded, would Egypt accept
the apology of the new British
and French governments "al "although
though "although it will be Impossible to
forget tlie treacherous crime
committed by, the previous gov governments."
ernments." governments." ,; f : V
In Hungary Leads
To Danish. Action
COPENHAGEN, Jan. S (UP)
The .J)amsh government r todsy
cancelled a scheduled -visit td
Denmark of a Soyiet,Parliamen Soyiet,Parliamen-tarv
tarv Soyiet,Parliamen-tarv delegation in protest against
Rus'sian brutality in Hungary.
The Supreme Soviet delegation
wa to nave come oere uier tnis
month to- return a visit paid to
Moscow by a group of Danish
Safety: Of Americans On Alien Ships
Should Be Eyed By Congress--Bonner
WASHINGTON, Jan. 5 (UP)
Chsirman Herbert C. Booner (D-
N C.l of the House Merchant Mar
in Committee said today foreign
ships taking American passengers
should be requirea io cumpij
strict U.S. safety stanaaras. :
Bonner filed with the House
m.....iiiv ronort DV a group m
maritime expens on ae wu
th Italian liner Andrea Dona a
k. cuh viiel Stockholm. The
Andrea Doria sank with the loss
of 50 lives.
r tw rrwrt said the" Andrea
TVftrla "would hsV6 Survived" if
if. t,M Hint tin to U.S. standard.
They said the ship met less strict
international sianaaras oni j tij
"a very narrow margin-.'
."Congress should do all It can
to tee that American citizens
traveling in foreign ships are pro protected
tected protected by adequate safety precau
tions." Bonner said today.. "U
thev are1 going to solicit 'our
business they should have as mgn
a degree ot security as we require
of our ships."
A Maritime Administration
spokesman said his -agency could
not argue wita tne findings of
the experts appointed by the Bon
ner committee to study the col-
"The sofest ship on the sea
today is an American ship," he
mid,. "Safety is built into it and
the personnel are especially
trained in safety to meet any and
all emergencies. Other nations
just -don't build to the standards
we consider necessary. (
" Without Mishap
- "Their ships may travel the
I?ses time snd aeain without mis-
Lhsp but the difference ia safety
standards shown up tn an emer emergency,",
gency,", emergency,", he said.
The spokesmae said safety
standards required under inter-
catioaal agreement are consider
ably less strict thsn those requir
ed by the Maritime Adminiitra
Itioe snd enforced cv the Coast
iTr liner. He said plastics "are I
used ia place ot flammable wood J
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Pope Pius Receives"
Beauly Cohfesf r
Winner Al Vatican
'; VATICAN CITY. TJaii. -Pone
Pius XII received in sDecial au
dience today a beaty contest win winner
ner winner who had more than just beau
ty going for her- in winning the
title of "Miss Ideal Woman" of
The audience m arked what was
believed to be the first time in
the history of the Roman Catholic
Church that its head has received
a beauty contest winner.
The Pope smilingly congratulat
ed blond, 18-year-old Maria Paola
Carletti on her accomplishment.
He said the jury took a t praise praiseworthy,;
worthy,; praiseworthy,; step by rating cultural,
moral and pousekeeping guts
higher than mere physical beauty
i The shy, slim Miss, Carlettt-
who made the modest black dress
which she wore to the audience
not only- has undoubted h beauty,
but these other talents which the
awards jury considered1: ;
1. She does not want a movie
career.- :.. .,
2. Wants to get married1, make
her husband happy, and have a
lot of children. r 1
3. Can press shirts, polish' floors
and operate a vacuum cleaner.
i. Prepares excellent raspberry
pies, stewed meat and spaghetti.
! 5. can sew, emnroiaer ana
mend stockings. i-
6. Is an expert on arranging
f. Loves swimming and cycling.
g. Does not smoke.! ?
10. Does hot particularly desire
9. car.; s''VT' "s-
11. Does not read comics.
12. Is always good-humoredr -IS.
Has perfect health.
14. Knows a great deal about an
dent art, philology and fashions.
15. Adores music.
and non-inflammable fibers are
used in the 'bedding, t
Tee spokesman said he knows d
several cases where U.S. ships
which were unable to meet this
country's safety standards were
transferred abroad and permitted
to sail under foreign flags under
international standards. -.-
DISTIN'GnsBTD TISITORS to Wlraflores Locks v"sterdav included the new chief of the Caribbean Command .and the Gov Governor
ernor Governor of the Canal Zone. Pictured from left to right are Mrs. Potter, Mrs. Montagu, Gov. W. potter. Capt. W. 8. Rodiman,
Marine Director, Lt. Gen. Robert M. Montagu. CoL Hugh M. Arnold. Engineering Construction Director. Mrs. Emerson. Mrs.
Charles H. Hope. Ma). Wallace Emerson, aide to tba General, Mrs. Smith and Mai. Da.id Smith, military aide to the Governor.
.Xater tU party made a trip through, the cut. v -f
De La Guardia Administration Urges
Action In Remon Assassination Case
The administration of President Ernesto de la. Guardia
Jr. made it clear yesterday afternoon that it had nre interest; ;
in delaying the trial of the alleged assassin of the Jate Pres
ident Jose Antonio Remon.
A communiaue Issued to the press said the administra administration
tion administration has not and will not intervene in the trial, which is
entirely np to the courts. -
The communique called on defense lawyers to -refrain
from employing dilatory tactics, and on the courts to do
everything possible to hasten the date of the trial. 1
During the past week, a Spanish-language daily quoted
Ruben O. Miro, Rem6n's confessed slayer, as saying that the
situation which made him confess to a crime he had not com committed
mitted committed no longer exists and that he was anxiously awaiting
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MCMURDO SOUND, Antarc
tica, Jan. S (UP) Four men
who went swimming a short dis
tance from tne soutn Poie ae
scribed the experience today as
"lust like wearln a cold, wet
An Air Force officer, a Navy
lieutenant, a Navy civilian
scientist and an 1-year-old air
cadet Blunged Into the waters
of McMurdo Sound yesterday to
ODen the Antarctic swimmmir
season in "the coldest swlmmln'
hole in the world t
They did it for science to
test survival suits iDLfrigid wa wa-ters;
ters; wa-ters; ; '.. .'
The volunteer teeth-chatterers
were Air Force H. James M.
riTallnc-han, ; nf Surln. :wls
Navy Lt. Lester 'J. Halsema of
Miami. Fla.t-eivllian physiolog
ist Dr. Sidney 1 A. 'Schwarts of
Brooklyn, iN,Y. and 18-year-old
civil air patrol Cadet Robert
Barger of peorla. 111.
All the swimmers wore spe special
cial special survivor suits equipped
with thermometers and -other
instrumentoa te enable
Schwartz te- keep an accurate ;
record of physical reaction.;'
Som of the men stayed in
the icy water as long as 20 mi minutes,
nutes, minutes, and none less than seven
minutes. v --..
All agreed that wearing tne
bright -orange colored rubberiz
ed suits was "just uae wearing
a cold,.. wet blanket."
"As soon as 1 hit the 'water
my suit began to leak and caus caused
ed caused my lees to go numb until I
started movinsr about." O'CrI-
lagtian said. He spent seven
minutes tn the water before he
was helped out.
"I wasn't sure I would oe aoie
to get out," he said.
'"'';'.-';,;r- ' '' "'
Schwartz said the : suits an
parently can keep a person from
ireezing lor aDoui 20 minutes.
His immediate goal Is to in in-cusase
cusase in-cusase their efficiency to at
least 30 minutes. :
WASHINGTON: Jan. 5 (UP)
The U.S. Court of Military Ap Appeal
peal Appeal Upheld today the conviction
or M-5gt. WiUiam H. Olson on
charges of collaborating with the
enemy while a prisoner of war in
Olson, a 42-year-old Army vet,
eran of Jamestown, .N.Y., got a
dishonorable discharge and is
serving a 2-year prison' term in
the stockade at: Fort Bragg, N.C.
The defense contended that Ol
son made anti-American speeches
and wrote articles for his xsmp
paper because the Communists
told him to "write or else" and
that it "would be better" for his
heslth if he did.
The- court, however. concluded
that there was no evidence to
indicate Olson was ; physically
mistreated any more than any
other prisoner. It held the threats
were not enough "to induce a
reasonable and well-grounded
fear of imminent death."
It added, however, that Olson's
behavior was "less offensive than
that of other collaborators" and
that "he came to see the' error
of hi ways well before the end
of his incarceration." ;
Blonde 'Mala Hari' :
Adds Myilcry Hole
ri'i In. blue station wagon add
ed an ,lntriguing ne vtoaay ;to
the thefts of valuable '-oU Held
maps from Gulf Oil Corp. ,-
A warehouse employe said the
"mystery : w o m a ri'' delivered
maps ior storage last February.
The maps described locations of
potential oil reserves worth mil millions
lions millions of dollars."
The 'industrial espionage was
revealed last month when FBI
agents recovered "quantities of
maps .pilfered from Gulf head
quarters here and removed to a
New York warehouse."
Four 'meh including a Texas
Oil wildcatter who made and
lost several fortunes an alleged
Houston, Tex.,L confidencf man,
a Newi York carpet company ex executive
ecutive executive and his convict-brother
were Indicted on, conspiracy
charges, t .. ? -The
-.kev marr in "the thefts,
geologist Thomas' W. B: Smith,
was named, as co-conspira tot but
but escaped indictment because
he told how he stole maps for a
New York ; underworld ring.
Smith a trusted Gulf employe
for 25 years, was dismissed, in
January, !195fl 1
Ari 'employe of : the Hoeveler
warehouse a"tall,"well dressed
blonde woman" driving-a blue
station wagon stored, a heavy
cardboard carton in the name
of Edward 'LaszkewiczA a gaso
line station operator. He said the
woman was accompanied by a
man who remained In, the-car.-
The blonde returned a week
later with 'anothertarton to be
stored in the same name the
r. .... ;ur,l fi, I ,1 r. a,;
Mjlitary Ponders ;
OMSting Of Mayor
-KWA.'bkinaws (UP) Ameri
can military officials conferred be behind
hind behind closed doors -today te decide
whether the United States will
take action to oust the newly elect
ed pro-Communist mayor of Naha,
espial city of ..Okinawa.
Gen. Lyman L. Lemnitier, Unit
ed Nations and V.Sj Far East
commander,) met with Lt. Gen.
James E. Moore, deputy; gdvernor
of the Byukyu Islands and com
mander of the "Ryuku- command.
I.emnitzer came here from
Tokyov to discuss the- Christmas
dav election of Kanejiro. Senag
as Naha mayor. Senaga is head of
the leftist Okinawa Peoples Party,
which U.S. officials have charged
ia Communist-dominated. .
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The Panama Railroad and its supporters ap appears
pears appears to baye won its fight for survival, but whether or nor
the railroad continues to lose or make money apparently
rests today on the armed forces here. -'jL?V--f
If the military continues to haul its own supplies,
freight and passengers, the railroad will continue to lose
money and at a heavier clip than the $281,000 deficit
of the 1956 fiscal year. i. ... t
But if, the Panomd Railroad, aided by Congress, can
win the Army, Navy and Air Force business back, it's high
ly possible that the "government-owned line could break
even, ar even, make some dollars. ;
..That's the general feeling among supporters of the
There war Jubilation among
th. sunnorters who had com
ment on tne announcement
from Washington' Friday that
the House Merchant Marine
committee had recommended
that the railroad not be abol
ished in favor of a trans-Isthmus-
highway and motor trans
portatlon. 1 v f k
f Present, too, was a strong
ens of vlctorv amona the back
era of the railway who ? had
spoken out in its favor, at the
riee. 1955 House Committee
hearings at Balboa Heights" mt
the future of rau iransponawon
i Robert .C. Daniel, an out
spoken opponent of then- Gov.
John S. Seybold's proposed a-
bolltlon of the rauroaa, w a
haoDV. he said, over Friday's
announcement. He was also a
little milder, a little less out
spoken then he had been at the
1955 hearings. 1
(At the hearings, he had
charged "mismanagement and
even possibly conspiracy" was
the root of the rail troubles).
Today, he had "no comment1
n the question of misman mismanagement,"
agement," mismanagement," "If there was mismanagement
then. well... the situation nere
has been status quo. and I
would rather have no comment,
"But I'm vary, very happy
over the announcement and I
think the recommendations
made were excellent," the gen general
eral general chairman of the conduc conductors?
tors? conductors? board of grievances added.
One bleak note, speaking from
the -employment ,or :utt em employmentstandpoint,
ploymentstandpoint, employmentstandpoint, was the
estimate by one union leader
tuat possibly as high as 75 men
might lose their Jobs.
i Rafue Levelady, legislative
representative of the Central
Labor Union-Metal Trades
Council, "gnessed" that If the
are accepted that iw-
three" top supervisory offiJ
e'ato' would be made Jobless
and that "about" 54 to 65 lo lo-eaWraters
eaWraters lo-eaWraters weald lose Joba. An Another
other Another 1- "er so" UA-raters
might be laid off, too. Love Love-tody
tody Love-tody said.
The would be. in addition to
the supervisors, conductors, en-
Red Cutter Drama
Scored By ProYda
MOSCOW, Jan. 5 (UP) Rus
sia's Communist party oran
Pravda eaid today that soviet
theaters are staging too miren
gutter drama" by western
It cited as examples ue current
plays here Agatha Christie's
"Witness For the Prosec1ltion,,,
Daphne Dumaurier's "Rebecca
and the British murder mystery.
Sorry, Wrong Number.
.Toe paper said these were "gut
ter drama deeply aUea with So Soviet
viet Soviet morals and incompatible with
the ideals of aesthetic principles
and our art"
It called on theaters to stage
more worts By western auuor
such aa Seaa O'Casey, Arthnr
.'iJ!er and WiUiam Faulkner
"which truthfully describe life iaJ
gineers and maintenance crew
(Three Of t.h wnmrnllnrfi.
tions had to do -with reducing
the supervisory force, elinihiau
lng agent operators, and main
tepance crews who clear the rail
right-of-way,- and with reducing
the number of trains making
the Pacific-to-Atlantic-to Taci-
fie- trip daily) .
Lovelady, too, was "happy" fe fever,
ver, fever, the announcement. "I was
an active supporter of the rail railroad,"
road," railroad," he stated, "and I opposed
Seybold's stand oh. doing- away
with it , Tt i
"And,? he aded, T
1 1 1 r
hink Sevbold was careless In
relation to the railroad and
Whether the railroad is a per permanent
manent permanent thing or not was also
raised. Some spokesmen admit admitted
ted admitted that it might be a trial per period
iod period for a. .''couple of years5, to
see whether or not the rail-, sys system
tem system will work If diffferently
That's where the armed forces
fit tn, v
Ever since the wartime boom
of rail busines", it was pointed
out, the Panama Railroad has
been dropping in freight veU
ume. one reason, it hat been
said, was that constant -rumors
of the line's closing had led to
branches of the Armed Services
f urnishinar their own trucks and
buses. -. .,.,.
To a Zaree degree, amaJor
portdon of the f re'rht tonnage
drop from a 1953 figure of
264,010 tons to an estimated -tl.aot
next year has been fce-"
eause ot the loss of military
business, one spokesman- de-
"With the army, navy and air
forces business." an engineer
earn, we couia crcK eTen. s
And he pointed out: "Those)
rumors also led to a loss of busi business
ness business by private firms. If, they
can realize now that the rail railroad
road railroad is not closing, and if wa
can win back that business,
we'll make money." i
If Congress recommends to
the services tfiat they utilize
the railroad, it was pointed out.
the armed forces will "probably
Even with the $210 loss.'
the railroad didnt do as bad- J
diy.as Seyhold predicted He
had stated at the hearing that
the loss, based on an averare
of S2S,0Ot lost monthly, woald
It hasn't been stated yet Jut-
..I J MM .
how much business would be 7
lo6t, nor how rail business would
be affected by the Jan. 1 com commissary
missary commissary loss of privileges for
some 10.000 Zone employes.
But. Seybold predicted that.
because ofiit business for. the
railroad 'would fall to an all-"
time low. t : .5
Clash In Celebes
Panics Populace .-7
DJAKARTA, Indonesia, Jan.
(UP) MlUtary units vclashej;
with a police mobile brigade ia -a
Christmas Day battle.ln-he
streets of Palu, Celebes, i -it-
layed report reaching htr said
The Antara News Agency,
which carried the report, said
29 persons were Injured in tte-
batUe which, it said "caused
panic among the residents" of
the city. It gave no lndieatina
oi how the incident wa camel,
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VOICE Of PROPHECY
Miuic Hill VtiMtM
Maiteri Ot Melody ( BBC)
Put Whitemea Show (VOA)
Oeam CM Tht Uop
A Lift Of Bliu (BBC)
Ui Tabernacle Chou
Loodoo Srudio Melodies
Spiritual Advice Br
Muurwb.k Fiona franc
Alarm Clock Chib .11
Mornina Si I on Concert
Church La The Wlld'-ood
At I Set U'
Spine Aoi .Needlct (RK
Utt In tttcora iuiiii
Mm The tnicminei
Lunihumt Melodits 1
Sweet And Hot
Miuic Ot Manhattan
out Ot lb Pioacest
forward Merck (USA)
lea Bene Show
Waut -toui tawm I
Puoe PUjhoui. (VOA)
tieddy Mwiia Show
Sbojj--P rom Th saoiri
Htak Snow And Hit
lUinbow fliacn noyt
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Muuc Pol Monday
Want foui Mvoiin (K)
Vvhti i Youi f-inttiM (ceaid,
Allen Itcluos (WKUL)
bLUt RIBBON SPOKTS
ANOTHER CHAM CI
Uttu Muui (BBC)
A NiliM At Woiui (VOA.
Odd Story Ol Sunoi
Leadoa Saudi Ct
Yoiu Oinuof Puey (VOA)
Ova 1o You (BBC)
Nelson Eddf't Pplhou
MlUK Ml lot
Proudly Wt Hiil ,
Yes Attea r IB)
Ctnlnat Of Awnc (VOA)
Sim Ob W
Alarm Clock Oub (Rl
Ahria Qoci aab ( R I.
Mornint Stloi Coarcn
Mornlni Saloa Concen
Charck la Tht Vildwood I Charrb la Tht Wjldwood
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At I Set It
At I Set. It
Spun And Needles (R)
I Spmi And Ne3le (R)
Off The Record (conidl
Off Tht Record (cont'd)
Men Tat 8n:crtaitm 1
Meet The Eerertaiaar
Sweat Aad Hot'
Sweat And Hot
Muuc Of Manhanaa
Muii Of Maahattaa
Soot Ot The fwacen
Soot Ot The Pioneert
Preach la The Ait
lea beoett Show
Tat Beneke Shew
Fredd; Martin Show
I Freddy Martin Shew
BBC ndwot BtrcfceHtt Aowett ( BC)
U.nlc Snow And -Hit
Rainbow Ranch Boyt 1
Hank Snow And Hit
Rainbow Ranch Bo ft
Sammy Kaye Show
Sammy Kay Show
Miuic Pot Toctdar
Music Pot Wednttday
What t Youi Faexwi (Rl I Whu't Yeu PtTorue (R)
Newt I Newt m-
lhat t Youi Pararna iceatai I vvhu't lew Aoriie Icomdi
Allen Jacktoa ( WRUL)
Allen lackwa I WRUL)
BLUE RIBBON SPORTS ..
BLUB RIBBON SPORTS
Broadwaa U Rwvw (DSN) You Deadaa Patty (VOA)
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lntulude Pot Motw (BBC) Haili Ot In (VOA)
HOW CHRISTIAN (URNUl
Ncltoa- ddT t PenthouM
INelsoa Eddi't feechouaa
Alarm dock Oob (RV
Mornin Salon Conrtrt
Oierrb In The Wildwood,
At I See ft
Snins And NerHlw fR)
Off The Retord rmnrJV.
Meet Tht Emernlner
Sweet And Hot
Murlt Of Manhitte
Sent Of The Pioneert
Spirit Of Tht Vikingt (RNIS)
Tea Beneke Shew
Freddy Martin Show
Mur h-Bindine-In-Tht ,, i,.
Marsh ( BBC)
Hank Snow And Hit
Rainbow Ranch Bora
Simmy Kaye Shew
Mulic Fat Thortdey
Fearart Rtriew k
What't Yew Pawlte (R)
What't Youi Periia (coatd)
Allen lacktoa (WRUL)
BLUB RIBBON SPORTS
Here' i Ta Vteertta (VA)
Sim On -mm-:, v ;
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Tea Beneke Show
Freddy Martin Show
The Virajniaits. (BBC)
Hank Snow And Hit
Rainbow Ranch Boyt
Sammy Kaye Shew
Miuic Foe Friday
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Allan Jackaoa (WRUL)
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tourney Into Space (BBC)
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Concert On The Mall
Music For Saturday
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".YOU BILIOUS-LOOKING BUFFOONS, I wa fossick fossicking
ing fossicking among the foaming flagons at Rolando's Hideaway,
the other day, immersed in thoughts of a solemn nature.
Example:-Should Red's Cantuta Cab be elected Cab of
the Year on the grounds that it takes it close to a year
to get from. JRbiandd's to Tocumen? s I understand that
every time the Cantuta tab sets 'out' on the journey,
CARE distributes package's bf foodstuffs along-,the "rout
for Red's passengers, emaciated and exhausted hvhnc
ing the' solid rubber tires, and pushing up all the' hills?-
I went right along to think about the wretchedly
insincere manner in which the-Canal Zone is going about
Implementing the Remon-Eisenhower treaty. All-right,
admittedly they Viid fire about 900 commissary employes,
and-run something like 1600 other persons out of th
Commissaries, but that seems to be only some sort of a
cover. A-sly gallery play. 1 j
How about the fellow in La -Boca service center the
other day?, How did this comply (with the spirit of the
treaty? Just because' he came in waving a machete, he
was not even asked ifrhe had a priyilege card How is
contrabanding Igoing to be stamped out if any customer
whatsoever can be excused .from showing- his privilege
card merely by making as if to decapitate the clerk?
Surely, with all the reduction in force recently, there
are enough surplus clerks, to be able to afford to have
some of them decapitated, rather, than betray the spirit
in txic bicaifjrr .
'Are we going to" come td thu point1 where anyone
driving up to the Balboa gas station and threatening to
drop a grenade: in, -the- tank ,is going thus to be able, to
QlfrtlH PoriOTYin r) 0AllYlta fnwl : .".,-..'
Mi TVm A UA ACAVAA Lwm ga7UllllC lCLA I 1 " ' '''.'
Is this, fair Isthmian republic going to" be deprived
of its deserved income from import duties merely because
someone sticks, a gun into the ribs of a Commissary
watchman, and carries a truckload of loot back across
the line? ' -
. The off-handed attitude of the La Boca service cen center
ter center authorities to the 1955 treaty provisions merits cen censure.
sure. censure. Apparently they did not even inquire whether the
machete which confronted them was duty-paid or other otherwise.
wise. otherwise. It is one thing for the, man concerned to whack :
away at the commissary help with a duty-paid machete
but a clear breach of the treaty provisions and spirit is v
revealed if he was permitted to carve at them with a
duty-free machete before his privilge card had been
checked. 1 j
The always-devious Panama Canal may try to wrig-
gle out of this one by claiming that the -dissatisfied
client was endeavoring to dismember only the custom s:
ers, rather, then service center employes whose duty it. it.-is
is it.-is to ask for privilege cards. r 1
This is specious reasoning. If the treaty is to" be v'
observed properly, it must be faithfully honored by i all.
concerned. Thus, any Panama Canal employe who finds-"
himself involved with the sharp edge of a machete in an
area where a privilege xard is required, should -demand
immediately proof that the gent intent on amputation
is entitled to operate in that area, and that his machete
has been properly processed by the revenuers. ". &i-
Jt JtotaHy unsatisfactory for the Panama Cahal to
say thatart emplbye. wis suitable to carry out these dtf-" -ties
merely because he had already galloped beyond ear-
shot, or because his head had been cut off. "!
Now we come to another piece of snide US conduct
in relation to the treaty. Having ruthlessly deprived Pan-'
araa Railroad, it is revealed that the railroad will not be
scrapped after all. ..
Some investigator has come up with all sorts ,'of
ideas on how to pump a Uttle adrenalin into the rail railroad,
road, railroad, but I am in a position to disclose authoritatively :
that nowhere in all his recommendations is' any sugges, -tion
made that free riding rights Je: restbredtorPan-,
ama's Deputies. ..sv'
underhanded work indeed, to lull the deputies with
the implied assurance that the railroad soon would have
no more to offer them than track-walking rights; and1
then to come through with the news that the railroad,
will continue as is, kerosene lamps and all. Is there no
limit to duplicity? 1 ...-Jllf-
Lest you may think I am sounding off about some- -thing
of which i know nought when I reveal, this rail-? :
road scandal, let me disclose to you certain secret clauses
in the Ridgley recommendations. r
When these are finally admitted "officially, : you will ":
concede that I have an exclusive inside track on the lo-'
'cal railroad news. :. .t- r i
The still-classified Ridgley recommendations f of pep pepping
ping pepping up the railroad include: ;. f ;
1) .Community Services ..Bureau Director Wilson
Crook, in conjunction with the management of the Hap Hap-pyland
pyland Hap-pyland Night Club, will provide a floor show In the bag-
gage car on every passenger train.5 There will be 'Ho'',
change in the present regulations under which any pas-1
senger may bring his own baggage if he prefers.
2) Speeds are to be increased to 85 mph round; ;
every curve. Thus trains will balance on the outside rail -only,
enabling the inside rail to be dispensed with.' Sub-;
stantial economies can be expected. ;
3) The two cars which presently have electric light-'
ing will have this gaudy luxury equipment stripped out,'
and the line will standardize on kerosene lamps. This
, will do much to offset the Commissaries loss of kero-
sene sales following the ouster of the local-raters. 'v.
4) Seats will be removed from all passenger cars.
The maintenance of seats is, a, significant part of the
'railroad's annual expenses. Figures show tha the niam,
tenance of straphanging gear is aporeciably less. '.There-'
fore this latter equipment will be substituted, for seats.
5) "Further studies-are required before-determining (
whether the railroad should convert to round wheels, or,'
continue with the present equipment. ; f :
-6) All signalling system will be 'abolished.-; Addl-
tional to the savings thus affected, the railroad can be be-expected
expected be-expected to swell its -revenues from the sale of hieb
premluin iiLSurance at every station.' t
" 7) Recognising the value of the presently-neglected,
tourist trade, alt trains will stop at Friioles long enough
! pat passengers to take an- hour's conducted tour round,..
t jmuttj woiorkorj uuma.
' PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT Is based on the -;
curity breach which permitted it to be known that the
first Russian ship to transit the Panama Canal this year :
i was the Admiral Senyavtn, of - ", ;
i 4107-. : ' '
gross tons. I don't know what gives with ihe iu-
thorities round here, letting these things be known.
Don't they realize that the enemy s ever listening?
- Maybe next week I will be able to compute the1 dif difference
ference difference between the cost of searching for the Senyavin
and hauling it off some Caribbean cay, as compared to
'the cost of furnishing it with a marine chart of the -'area,
. ft n
Sl'NDAT, JANUARY .61957
, THE SHNDAS AMERICAN
Model Claims Unrequited Love,
Creates Scenie At Astdr Home
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SOMETHING NEW HAS BEEN ADDED Somebody goofed-and Mrs. Mary Maclntire, oi
Washington D.C has a car with a brand new name. It's a "DSEOTO." The dealer offered to ,
correct the 'spelling., but Mrs. Maclntire said '"Nothing doing. f It's top good a conversation
niece this wav " ' N", i
Dehios Produce Shining Star
Amtitiousjo BeNexfPrexy .:
1 WASHINGTON (UP)-On -snap
judgment, vthe'. Democrats have
come up with one new, bright and
shining iace in w iww: w"-vr
If the 'Republicans have a Deal Deal-political
political Deal-political comer among the new
members of Congress he has not
yet emerged, irom me uuretuujr. yi,
The new, brijht-.and, shining
Democratic1 facs belongs to Sen.
Joseph Sill Clark Jr: of Pennsyl
Politicians often seek new-faces
with which to; bait the voters mucn
m. fanev dress makers seek new
looks .In clothes to ;bait atyle-rcpn-
scioutf women wew laces 10 pany
politicians ire political newcomers
who qualify In. general for promo promotion,
tion, promotion, to higher office promotion to
the .White Hou.se, for example.
.H1 Politically Ambitious''' n
This is not to say "the Democrats
will go 'so-far as to .nominate a
freshman senator for president, in
I960. But, they might. ;
Clark has a lot of. what it will
take to get that; nomination, and
his 'record discloses -him to be. a
politically -ambitious, man, .Among
his .qualifications, are these: v',
He 'will 1) about the7 right age
In 1960, during which ne will cele celebrate
brate celebrate his 59th birthday iv ;
. Americans-' for Democratic Ae Ae-i
i Ae-i tion, a left-wing splinter group with
great power wnnin vne uemucrsuc
Partv. claims Clark a one of Its
own. And the predictable trend of i
Democratic .Party policy is to the
left. The senator already is in
V Political Giant Killer.
Clark is a political Jack the
Giant Killer. His .giant was the Re Republican
publican Republican organization' in Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia where, in 19?1, he was elect
ed the' first Democratic mayor in
68 years; ." '"
'. The Mw snanr mdui frnnv i
big state, matched only W 'Catfc-
luiuia auu cjtecuni oniy uy new
York in electoral vates. l
Holiday jij DC.
WASHINGTON. W !i 1(v
The Senate yesterday passed a re
solution making inauguration Day
a legal holiday in 1 the District of
Muumbia and neighboring com communities.
The measure, sent to the House,
would make Jan. 20 a holiday
every 4 .years, except when-as
this year the actual' inaugural
day falls orr Sunday. Then the
loiiowmg day would, be .a legal
inn uuuuir wouia ODservea
Montgomery, and Prince George;
wuui.es, narytoaa; Aningxon na naa at least s punishment char char-Fairfax
Fairfax char-Fairfax counties and the cttieg. of ges on his record before his eseane
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MEET WITH PRESIDENT Sen, WUltam F. Knowland lett
of CaUfornia and Rep. Leslie C Arends of IUinoU were among
the Republican Congressional leaders vbo were called to the
White House by President Eisenhower where he gave them a
preview of the legislative program he will submit, to the 85th
Clark fits the pattern of miss
democracy's ( more recent sweet sweetheart
heart sweetheart excluding,' of course, Harry
s Truman. The'senator is a ar-
larr) orarlnatp-i-maena CUttl ude.
L.-t v;:-" di,! nt.
He 'is. a- jnemoei ui nifwv
Kappa. On that and otfier counts,
Cark "could qualify as n egghead egghead-He
He egghead-He is. well' off financially, and he's
' '' Whips Inftrnibint-'Doff 7
Clark' resiened as mayor of
Philadelphia to run for the Senate
against Republican incumbent
James ',H. Duff and' ucicecr xnai
once" powerful Republican by 17,t
000 votes. That, howeyer,'; is .'thel
stoutest of Clark's clains lor hi
ture consideration by,, the ; Demo
era tic .Party. t-
" While Clark was licking' Duff by
a i few thousand ; votes, President
Eisenhower was carrying 'Pennsyl 'Pennsylvania'
vania' 'Pennsylvania' last. November by a land landslide'
slide' landslide' margin of 600,000, and State
Republicans' were winning both
houses of the Legislature.
Pennsylvania began to slip its
Republican moorings Under pres
sure of Franklin1 D. Roosevelt's
New Deal. Clark, however, is the
first Democrat sent up by Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Pennsylvania Democrats with any real
chance of continuing to climb.'
' The senator is a man to watch
as the story of the 85th 'Congress
.unfolds. t '. ; !,,.
Rapi 01 Sdufherrt
REIDSVILLE, Ga.j (UP) Amos
Re(. 30-year-old Cobb County
Negro convicted of raping a wmte
woman, died in the state electric
chair today to end one of Georgia's-
most publicized rape cases.
" "I know I am going to rest.All
good comes from God," the Negro
muttered as he went to his death
Reece died at 10:52 a.m. more
than, three year after he was
convicted of raping a. white house
wife near .Marietta while ne was
working on a public works gang.
He was serving a1sentence at the
time for attempted tape. t
The execution was postponed re repeatedly
peatedly repeatedly while his attorneys fought
the case hrough the courts. The
civil rights issue won him tvo
Reece was convicted Oct. "20.
195.1, of raping; the woman in her
home after he escaped from a
prison road gang. He was serving
a is to 80-year term on two counts
of attempted rape and attempted
xhe case twice Went to the U.S.
Supreme Court. The Justice De
partment ordered an FBI investi
gation of the Cobb County iurv
selection system to determine if
there was any racial discrimina
tion. State and county officials
denied anv discrimination and th
hTRT innnW HonuiniAit 41.
t mp nt ivnsrui h
state recordr .showcthtt Reece
vuufcu,. yi.'irora me roaa gang in 1953.
Men Refuse To Cede
MIAMI, Jan. 5 (UP) The medi medicine
cine medicine men of the "Trial Indians"
marie it clear that they do not
intend to give : up 'their leader leader-shin
shin leader-shin even if it means $188,000 for
v Five medicine men, the actual
leaders of the 500-member, MiC-
cousukee tribe of the Seminole na na-tionj
tionj na-tionj and five assistants who. wjU
probably become niedicine men
some day, said they had no in
tention of agreeing to a sugges suggestion
tion suggestion by Indian Agent Kenntth Mar Mar-mon
mon Mar-mon whereby the entire? Seminole
people could get the money.
Marmon said money ; paid for
right-of-way for the new Florida
turnpike would be ?a Mailable to the
Seminoles only if they, organixe, all
factions either under a corporation
or a central governing body elect elected
ed elected by members.
Assistant medicine .man Frank
Osceola, a Copelamfc Fla.. farm
er, spoke for the "unsurrendered"
branch of the Seminoles. He said,
"This idea to elect new men to
attend to Our affairs, we can't
"We already have our medicine
men and our council. Our rnnnrii
has been ours since the beginning
of the earth and will last to the
end of the world," Osceola told
The Miccousukees never sur
rendered to. the white t meil and
nave refused to live iith-other
members of the Seminole trihA nn
reservations. They are commonly
called the "Trail Indians" because
uiey uve along the Tamiami Trail
in the. Everglades.
ROK Prexy Objects
To U. S. CaH For
SEOUL. Korea. .Tan trvt
epuoiic ot Korea objected
today to a UnitM Slotc -9n
N"Prvised elections in both
North and South Korea
foreign Minister Cho Chung
munist troops be withdrawn from
ucmauueu inii LninesA t:nm.
rui Korea after which free elec elections
tions elections should be held only in North
South Korea already ha
elections and insist it is holding
seats open in its National
bly for elected representatives
from North of the 38th Parallel.
Cho was asked at a news con conference
ference conference to comment on the U.S.
resolution submitted vexterdav at
the U. N. General Assembly's
mam pouucai committee.
"It is reeretable he said, "that
Americans and Koreans differ in
methods, although their objectives
for a free, unified and indeDendent
Korea are menucai.
Cho said the Rok position will
be set forth Monday when Ambas
sador you Chan Yang, chief of the
Korean delegation to the U.' N.,
addresses tne committee.
rrom Home ul Boy
BARTOW (UPV-Weawms of the
parents of an 1-year-old boy who
was accidentally kHlee by his Md Md-er
er Md-er brother were removed from, the
bo ne -today. i ;
Juvenile Judge G Bowden Hunt
told the parents of Leonard Brady
Dennjs. who died from a bullet
inflicted darine a "fame with his
9-year-old brother Alfred, that Al Alfred
fred Alfred could go bick to their heme
at Luicbman but that be would
take away the firearm.
. Judge Bowden said that for the
sake of the Dennis nine children
living at home, the rifle would
have to be reiroved. i
Alfred. Visibly ear "tear
throughout an hour long hearing
Thursday, told he judge that be
and Leonard were playing whea
the A-rear-cld pointed aa empty
rifle tt him and begia snapping
the gun. Alfred said he got an another
other another rifle, which he thought was
empty, and pullet the trigrer. 1
UUle Leor-rd, one of 12 eh ki kill
ll kill of the Deaoia couple, was
killed Instantly. r
jdge Bowdea said he would l l-sve
sve l-sve the formal -aue-of -death cer
tificate foflowwt" the funeral but
re said the death was "accident "accidental"
al" "accidental" . x j
" ', e c
' MfAMI BEACH, Jan..S (UP (UP-A
A (UP-A policeman testified today a
ereert-eved mod ;1 fainted "plop on
uthe ground", outside John Jacob
Astor's- house but sat up later n
a police car and asked "will, I gee
a lot of publicity?
The model, Lucille Ann Stlgltch
Ross, 25, aso threatened to driye
her car into the millionaire play playboy's
boy's playboy's house, and smash its win windows
dows windows bee a us she was pregnant
and Astor "wouldn't pay any at attention
tention attention to me'j officer Harry L
Krakerman said. 1 ., f
' Krakerman testified at Miss
Stiglich's trial on. charges of dis disorderly
orderly disorderly conduct and disturbing
the peace, of Christmas eve,
Swathed in a sappira blue
mink cape. Miss Stiglich sat snif
fling on a hard court bench While
police i accused her ot .-throwing
such a tantrum she stopped, traf
fic outside the Astor mansion.
The divorcee's attorney, Robert
K. Story, said Miss Stiglich mere mere-the
the mere-the petite brunette tod report-'
ers during a triaf recess" that she
didn't know if she is pregnant or
Miss Stiglich also will have to
answer charges- of trespassing
filed by Astor's butler before' her
own counter rharges that rthe
portly millionaire struck her, and
spit in her face are heard.'
.. .... 4 5 vr V
, Astor was not summoned to to today's
day's today's hearing, a f act to whidh
Miss Stiglich's attorney Objected
violently. Suffering a bold, Miss
Stiglich sat with eyes downcast,
dabbing at her runny nosf with a
She was dressed in a dark gray
suit and the n ink cape which she
'said "cookie" had given her. The
model, explained that she called
the v hefty, 44-year-old Astor
'cookie", and "baby."
Her falling-oii t with""-?'cooki'e"
came after she had spent two week
as a guest in Astor's pine Tree
Drive home. And patrolmen Krak Krakerman
erman Krakerman and Earl Ostreicher told
the judge they had ', their hands
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tion Production starring Laareace Harvey, Anthvov Steel and Tlanoea
RobertMn and intradaeing Mary Ire. Filmed in Cinema Cinemascope
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principal supporting players Geoff rea Keen, and Ian Car Car-mkhaeL
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full when they twere called -to vthe
scene Chris-mas eOe.
Krakerman testified he found
Miss Stiglich in a car, in front of
the Astor house and that she told
him she wanted to 'drive jt
through the front dopr and break
all the windows to "harrass iiim."
"She told me "she Was pregnant
aftd that Mr. Astor wouldn't have
anything to do with her," .the offi officer
cer officer said. 1 '
Krtkerman : said rthe curvesome
model jot-out of the c?r, stood
directly in the street gutter and
"fell plop" in a faint. Passing
cars slammed on their brakes and
m moments' he had a traffic, jam
to straighten out along witluthe
phone Miss Stiglich, the officer re recalled.
called. recalled. ' 3
Krakerman .said he finally got
Miss Stiglich into a police car, On
the way-to, the station, be said,
she sat up and. asked, "will I get
a lot of publicity if you have to
drag me into, the station to be
Pope Gtent? First,
To Beatify Winner
VATICAN Crfy.s Jan. 5 fUP)
Pope PiusrXH today gave his
first special'-audience to a beauty
But 18-year-old Maria i Paol a
Cerletti was a winner' with a dif
fcrertee. The 80-year-old Pope told
her that the jury which awarded
her the title of ','Miss Ideal Wom Woman
an Woman of Italy jast sum men. took a
praiseworthy step m rat'nf'- her
inoral, cultural, and housekeeping
suits even higher than her blonde
beauty. . '-
i The churchvdisapproves of con contests
tests contests basedTA-'on mere phvsical
beauty. 'The ,:Pope said he honed
the awardto !MisS Cerletti would
be only the first step toward a
general morallzation Qf beauty
and Romance In
i lirr. "iintn "fiWnnii J tonir-in i ; i .I,,,,, ,1
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AXuTEA GIVEN T.:,...'
MM rBoyTwlfToTtTe nWer Foreign Relations!
the ladles of me iipiumvv
Government. ;.' .K''"'''
nf the Bacred
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.J. .Ti- f lost pve-
a, f&snionaDie ,ti
brtdeof Dr. Gustavo d Obaldla
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Bernardo yilla yilla-rreal
rreal yilla-rreal and the bridegroom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Nicolas de
Relatives ana irienu
ji r. lomi nnmhers. and tn
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' rrii,- ,,, a re.lvilie Tennessee
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I DORESE WAITES
S SQIOQL OF DANCDSG
An intermediate class, in Ballroom Dancing for
C Junior High boys and girls starting Jan. 9th at
7:00 p.m. For information phone 2-2363. before
8:30 a.m. or after 6:30 p.m.
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, .or.urn jf and Mm Walter M..
T.;i .to Ann Adella
MrV Jmes HaTbert Bollni of Nashville, Tennessee.
.f 'rrx v r I
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! which had been especially deco-
! rated for the occasion.
The couple then set out lor
i their honeymoon, which tney
m d in BOqUete, EX vol-
ran and Santa Clara.
Mr. and Mrs. waiter m. u..
Fischer of Diablo Heights an announce
nounce announce the engagement of their
daughter Miss Jo Ann Adella
Fischer to Mr. John Randolph
Rniinir son of Mr. and Mrs.
James Halbert Boling of Nash-
l4 V in
It CKanr tk4r
i mm CONliUU
I rt law Mc
tw 9.00 J 10 rn.rn. tmf
O. Fisher of Diabloi Height
Fischer and Mr John Ran-.'
Will Be Held
Af-Son Juan, P R.
Distiriguiahed -officials and
surgeons af. Puerto Rico .will
adress the Sectional Meetlnar ot
the American College of Sur
geons, convening; for the first.
xime in Puerto Rico, at the ca ca-ribe
ribe ca-ribe Hilton irr-:San Juan from
Jan. 16-18. Dr, Jose Noya Be Be-nltez,
nltez, Be-nltez, Santurce, Profetsor .nd
Chairman, Department of Sur Surgery,
gery, Surgery, university of Puerto Rico,
and Chairman of the Commit Committee
tee Committee on Arrangements for this
meeting, announces that emi eminent)
nent) eminent) surgeons from central and
North America will also address
this scientific three-day session,
to which all members of the me medical
dical medical profession are Invited..
Th Puerto Rico Medical As Association
sociation Association and the Puerto Rico
Chapter of the American' Col College
lege College of Surgeons are coooerattng
in planning-, this meeting, at
which many problem of Inter-
lest to doctors, will be discussed.
Rest Yeast Dough,
Its VerV Necessary
In Ccokinq Bisquits
EAST tANSINr:. M'ch -TJP
Ytast donch used in holiday pas pastries
tries pastries nds the oroner .tmntra .tmntra-ture
ture .tmntra-ture and est before one, Michigan
Stete University food specialists
say. 'f; -J .. ..
Ret Is ncesry for alt. ye1
doughs, and rolls, especially the
more elaborately vhaned ores, wi)'
keep the'r' shape during rising and
baking if the dough Is allowed to
rest about 10 minutes after it has
been kneded' down for shaping.
The rest period gives the dough
a chance t regain its eisticitr
making .it easier to handle and
Temperature is important when
makinf yeast breads because
yeast ferments or grows best be between
tween between 80 and 85 deeeea, the MSU
; food specialists said.
They cautioned ax a'nst addin
yeast directly to hot liquids and
uRgesd cooling hot inrredlents
by adding .some flour before the
i yeast. .,
iSkin Divers Help
BEhtELEY, Calif. (UP) A
skin-dlvingclub is helping Univer University
sity University of California scientists push
ahead, with research on eaacer
and fandamental problems in bi
ol.ri aecordtnf to a recent UG
; butletyi. .' .- ' 4
The4vouDf 'aajalung experts
members of ''the California Con
cert Club of Oakland, supply sool
ogists the Berkeley campus with
fresh sea urcbim which are need need-rf
rf need-rf f.a their SDerm and eggs in
atod sk of cell division.
Most of the ape m mens brought
obUind in the relatively deep wa
! to the laboratory by the divers are
ter is Monterrey Bay, accoramg
to Henrr M. Reiswig. club secre-
Uch nolle Jim bieluJoii in
column tliouM bo ubmitt4 in
rypo-wriHon Htm ni mailtd to ono
tho box numbcri lirttd dily m -"Social
nnd Othorwi" or dolivot dolivot-d
d dolivot-d by band to tbo affico. Notice of
mootlnga ciaot b accoptod,: by
Quarry Heights J.-K
Women's uub ? r.:
The Regular meeting a na
luncheon of the Quarry Heights
Women's Club 'will be held on
Wednesday, at 1 p.m. at the
Quarry Heights .Otticers'SClub;
For cancellations, please notify
one of the following hostesses
prior to noon on Tuesaay, jan.
8th, Mrs. H. L. Chippeaux, Mrs.
J. H. Merriam, or Mrs. jjranK
Th Fort Clavton oincers'
Wives' Club' will hold a regular
monthly business meeting and
coffee on Wednesday, at ; 9:30
a.m. at the Fort Clayton twi twicers'
cers' twicers' Club.
Members, k prospective mem mem-her.
her. mem-her. and their cuests are cor
dially Invited to attend, Reser
vtaions mflv he made by calling
Mrs. Nancy MeHugh, Fort Clay-
torn 871-3182,. by noon on Tues
day,. January 8. f
Arts and Crafts Group t
Of Ralboa Woman's Club"1
The Arts and Crafts Group of
the Balboa Woman's Club will
meet tomorrow morning at 9
o'clock at the home of Mrs,,u.
C. Wentworth, 373 San Juan
Members are asked to rlng
materials for copper tooling and
Pacific Navy Wives
Will Hold Social
The Pacific Navy Wives will
hold their first social of the
New Yeark tomorrow at 7:3(1 p.
m. The meeting will be held at
the library, at 15th Naval. Dis District
trict District Free bingo will be on the
Ends Vilh Headache
MIAMI, Jan. 5 (UP)-A 63-year-old
plasterer, who accused nn woman
companion oi loving ner ckk mm e
than she did him, blazed away
four times with a revolver, at hur
and himself today. '
But police said Ernest tr. Keejo
succeeded only in inflicting a mi minor
nor minor flesh wound on the ; woman's
rm andi Blvingi himself fe head-
ache in the murder suiciae.
' flh nullef lodeed In the' right
arm of Mrs. .Gertrude M. Schauf Schauf-ile,
ile, Schauf-ile, 51, of Woodbine, Ga., and the
second one missed her. A third
bullet ; bareW pierced the skin -of
Reece'g temple and the fourth
failed to get out of the muzzle oi
A technician m the police iden
tification bureau said the car
tridges evidently had been in th
heavily-oiled pistol for years and
oil spoils gunpowder.- 1 i
n Srhniifflo tftld officer. she
and Reece quarrelled over her dog
and she left the trailer in a huff.
Reece, who officers said was re released
leased released about a month ago from
a mental institution, grabbed his
gun and started snooting.
-"She loves that dog mo-e
she does me," he said in explain explaining
ing explaining the shooting, He. ,u..i
held on charges of assault with
intent to commit murder.
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AT PALO SECO Bishop Gooden
. bannuet. Archdeacon Shirley is i
banauet. Archdeacon emriey is
few of the members of the congregation.
Points Up Used For
Air Traffic Control
WASHTNfiTON. Jan!' 5 '(UP)
House investigators said today te
collision of 2 airliners, '.Joyer the
Grand Canyon last June -pointed
up the need for a new air-;wanic
control system throughout pe
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A House Commerce subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee headed by Rep. Oren Harris
(D-Ark) said the tragedy revealed
that "not only are new equip equipments
ments equipments needed, but new concepts
vf air traffic control must be
The 2 airliners collided over the
. '1.1- 1L .-
eanyon on June w-wiui me jo
of 128 lives.
The advent of the jet age.
compounding the problems ot air
safety, has created an "urgent
need for drastic changes in pro procedures,"
cedures," procedures," the subcommittee said.
It did not state who was at faun
in the Grand Canyon crash.
"Witnesses told the subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee that both aircraft involved in
the Grand Canyon accident "were
operating 'off airways.' in what is
known as uncontrolled airspace,
the report said. I'Such airspace
is outside the jurisdiction of CAA
traffic control. ;.S'V
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' "Pilots Operatinj Jh uncon uncontrolled
trolled uncontrolled airspace are on their own
under the 'see and be seen' sys system,"
tem," system," the 'subcommittee said.
"The Grand Canyon accident
pomts out very clearly that tha
'see and be seen concept will he
out of date in the jet age." the
"Some more effective methods
of traffic control or collision
avoidance is needed," the report
said. "Thus control must be capa capable
ble capable of being effective under all
conditions, including airspace that
rS presently 'not controlled."
Added To Rosier Of
10 Most Wanted Men
WASHINGTON (UP) A scari
faced Oklahoma murderer who
has spent half his life behind bars
today was named to the FBI's. "10
most wanted fugitives" list..;
The latest addition to the .FBI
list is Ben (IcCollum, a convicted
bank robber and killer, who es
caped from the Oklahoma state
penitentiary in 1954. i
Twenty -years earlier. MeCol-
lunv slashed to death two fe.lUw
inmates in s-orison free-for-all
snd wa serving a life sentence
for the crimes when he esrand
McCollnm. 4g.,first tsngled rvlUi
the lnw-in 1929, when he wa sen
tenced to 20 ye' for the robbery
of, a brr in Oeotah. OMa. He
rDed .eteetrir rhir for ttil
CrrisoB Wlinj when his sentence
was reduced to life.' -
The FBI described him as
whf. nrobahlv wmil4 ma i4
farm 1hor.. H ralso h known as
an avid rambler and a heavv
drinTter. The FBI added he lias
"s habit of not looking directiy'at
a person to whom he is talking."
'New Year' Dance.
Tonfoht t JWB
A Tfappy New Year Greeting"
orchestra dance will Uke f;lace
at the USO-JWB Armed yore es
Service Center tonight, beeln-
ning at o'clock.
The primary purpose of the
dance is to have fun. But there
is also an ulterior motive be behind
hind behind this one. So often it hap happens
pens happens that servicemen dont see
their friends, stationed on other
poets, for awhile; therefore, the
Happy New Yeark greeting; be
comes a Kng beiatca one.
The USO-JWB. attempting to
aolve the problem. Invites all
the service friends of all the
service friends who see one an another
other another all too geldomty, to attend
the dance and wish, said friend
a happy New Year over a punch
bowl and cake platter (to make
the greetlnp a sweeter one).
Music will be furnished by
Archie Lecky and bis Rhythm Rhythm-aires.
nresents a gift to Rfchard Thonu
snown (vested) wun uean jetersoi
Ann ual Xmas Dinner, Service
Given Ai Palo Seco
'Oh thelast day of 1956, Bish Bishop
op Bishop Reginald Heber Gooden, ten tendered
dered tendered his annual Christmas din dinner
ner dinner td all those living at the
Leprosarium at Palo Seco.
When. Bishop .Gooden came
to the Isthmus In 1945, he con continued
tinued continued the custom established in
the 1920's by Bishop Morris of
offering a onristhias dinner and
party every year, which the in inmates
mates inmates of the Institution say is
one of the greatest events of the
. The dinner was preceded by a
service in the Episcopal chapel
of the Holy comforter at wmcn
For Top Marine
i' . r -,h -WASHINGTON.
Jan. -5. (UP)
The Pentagon remained silent to
day.on whether it migir: oiscipune
Nlarine cqm minder, Gen,' Bandolph
McC. Pkte, for- his reported dis disclosure
closure disclosure about the Marines,' atomic
eanabilitie.su i ; ';
. For the present the Defense De
partment and White House wok a
non-committal stand on the story
in Scripps-- Howard newspapers
quoting Pate as saying Marines
in the Mediterranean were armed
with "live" atomic artillery shells..
There were suggestions Pate
might hfcve violated, the atomic
energy law. C. Herschel Schooley,
director of Defense Department
information, noted that "under
the law we can't say anything
about the .location of atomic wea weapons."
A few hours later presidential
Press Secretary James C. Hagerty
refused to confirm or deny the
story. He said he had no comment
beyond that "'the President has
given no authority for the use of
atomic or any other weapons in
the Middle TCast."
Pate admittedly "embarrass "embarrassed"
ed" "embarrassed" came out of Deputy Defense
Secretary Reuben B. Robertson
Jr.'s office-to tell reporters: -"I
don't confirm, deny pr discuss
anvthing at, all" abouc the story.
Navy Secretary Charles S.
Thomas declined to say. whether
the incident wss closed of Wheth Whether
er Whether punitive action would be taken
"Jim Hagerty's statement will
bsve to( stand on its own,," he
sald. "I cant go any further."
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' -' " "
members ot the choir of St.
the Ven. Lemuel Barhett Shir Shirley,
ley, Shirley, Rectorof St. Paul's Church,
ana Arcnaeacon oi v anama, i i-f
f i-f Iciated while the Bishop pre
sided. All the members of tne
Palo Seco colony who are EOlf-
copaiians attended witn Hieir
friends. A, select choir from St.
Paul's -Church sahf? the service
and rendered ; a program o:
Christmas music- :
After the service visits were
made to all those unable to at attend
tend attend the service and dinner.
Later presents were distributed
to all Irrespective of creed. These
gifts were donated py rhercnants
of Panama city arid others.' :
At the banquet itself. Bishop
Gooden presided and Dr". and
Mrs. Era Hurwitz of Palo. Seco
were seated with him. together
with their guests: Dr. Hurtwitz'
sister, Mrs. samueis; anq ur.
ana Mrs. Eawara uanieis; -visu-inr
from.: Boston. 1 Col. Charles
O. Bruce, health director of the
Panama t Canal", also, attended
with Mrs., Bruce, and Df. Stic
Osteberg, chief of the Division
of r Preventive Medicineia n d
Quarantine4 of the Canat zone,
who Mrfct.osteroerg.Stit a t :
Archdeacon. Shirley Walsefr bat
at the head table .together with
the .Very-Rev. Mainert -Jordan
Peterson, Dean of .the Cathedral
oSt. Luke, Ancon, and the Rev,
Dr. and Mrs; John H. Town Town-send.
send. Town-send. Bishop Gooden acted as .toast
master and during his remarks.
made special mention to the
wonderful ; work accomplished
by Dr. and Mrs. Hurwitz at Palo
Seco. Remarks were ; made in
English and Spanish congratu congratulating
lating congratulating all the patients on their
Maduro, Moses y RimmingtpM
' take great pleasure in announcing
; the opening of
6007 Front Street
, Col6n, R. P. -v
LOUIS. R. DUCRUET
as ; :
Vifca President and
rhrlstmas service and annua! a-.V,
Paul's Church, and at right, a
I progress ind wishing themwU
lor tne New year., several pa patients
tients patients r e p 1 i ed with shor
Speeches. 5 -,
Durine the course-tof the iflin-
ner. the choir' of St. Paul's -snf
Chrstmas carols in which.
eryone joine.' 1
' After the carols were-conclud
ed the Bishop' gave ft prayer -ol
blessing to all present. 1
Seeded Inland Sea
Yields Many; Types r
Of Edible Fish :
t " "' f
LOS ANGELES r-(UPVr-. Cali California's
fornia's California's newest -fisherman's covs
IS the SalW Sea, Ideated in ,ths
arid- imperial Desert in'southern
California. .. 1 V;.!.' f.
- The Saltan Sea,' the state's larg
est inland- body Vf 'water, .was
created in. 1905 by d'verting part
of the Colorado River' ifitb't largs
depression, 280 ieet' betow, sea
tevi."'.ivt'' ''::(',( -.;:
t.The iCalifoBnia' Tlshand Game
Commission has seeded the inland
sea with various types, of fish and
six ; species", now .areTJqund J to
quantity in the water, r .-
The largest found ."there Is' tha
covins,. ..-native' of-". th Culf of
California' and miich like Calif on
nia sea bass.. More than 100 covl--nas,
weighing, up tn 16 vpounds,
have been caught during the pasV
year,-'. - .'''-
Most abundant fish In the sea,
the gulf croaker, an excellent pan
fish.. . j -r ' '''.':'S
tha naw firm.
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STODAT, JANUARY 1951
)tl bUNlMV a;.!u:.can
.iSociaf ana Oti
Mis Glenda Les
i. irrti 'tH'S
1 SF3 Mgl'oil
Mrs. Gladys Gorriz of Panama
and Mr. Glendal R. Lee of Cu
rujidu announce the engage engagement
ment engagement of their daughter Glenda
to BP3 Harold H. Migliozzi, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Migliozzi
of Hamden, Connecticut.
'Miss Lee graduated in 195$
from Balboa High School, Canal
Zone. She Is- presently employed
t Headquarters Caribbean Air
: SP3 Migliozzi graduated in
1953 from Hamden High school,
Connecticut. He is stationed with
the 534th Military: Police Com
pany at Fort Clayton. v
f -.-. ;- V:
The young couple will be mar married
ried married Feb. 2 at the curundu Prot?
estant church. S
Bus Rams Truck; ;
6 Killed, 32 Hurl
Dr. and Mrs. Richer
Return To Lone; Island
? Dr. and Mrs. j. p. Rieber from
Long Island, N.Y., and their two
sons. skipper ana Lioya. jr., leit
Fnaay alter a two-weetc visit
with Mrs. Rieber's brother and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. B.
Murpny 01 aaiDoa.
Classics For Pops
NEW YORK (NEA) .Mar
guerite Piazza has taken off her
skirt and gotten down to busuiess.
Recording business. "It seems her
skirt rustled when she went in to
mke her very first platter and so
off t came. V'
Also her jewelry jangled. Off It
came.? Also her breathing ,:
picked up by the sensitive mike
and tho engineer suggested putting
a silk stocking over it. They used
somebody? else's stocking. -After
all: 'r1 -V
. When all the preliminaries were
taken care of. Miss Piazza let go
.vlth Jier .-. beautiful contralto and
tinned it into a lovely instrument
for pop- music. Listen to the songs
-A Girl snd a Boy" and 'The
Gambler" on her first ABC -Paramount
I've wanted to make pop :rec-l
ords a long time," says the strik strikingly
ingly strikingly beautiful brunette. 'I even
had contracts wita several record
companies,- but I could never find
the right songs. I think these are
i ;. Piasta r '. j
i Helen Grayce
Two albums of matrimonial in
terest Joni James and her brand
new husband, conductor-manager
Tony Acquaviva, will come back
from their Jamaica honeymoon
and right away do an MGM album
called 'Music for Honeymooners
Only"... ABC Paramount'a Sid
Feller made an album called 'Mu 'Music
sic 'Music for Expectant Mothers." There
may be no connection, but the Fel Fellers
lers Fellers just, had their third child, a
LEXINGTON, Va Jan. 5
(UP)-A Greyhound bus carry
ing 39 passengers smashed "into
a disabled trailer-truck .near
here last night, killing six per
sons and injuring 32 others.
Rescuers u si n g acetylene
torcnes and wrecker hoist work worked
ed worked for nearly two hours to free
the. passengers some of, them
seriously injured and remove
the dead from the twisted
wreckage of the glass- -domed
Police said the bus. en route
from Memphis, Tenn.; to" New
York, crashed into the rear of
i. j . ... i .......
win uuijwcu rrruui-r.niinT.rv; T.mr.ir
shortly after 7 p.m. on the rise
w Bmau niu. Tne truck had
pulled to the side of th hnsv.
divided highway because of mo
tor trouble and the driver, who
was slightly injured, had ; just
set out emergency flares.
Ambulances and wreckers from
four nearby communities rushed
the injured to hospitals here as
they were freed from the twist twisted
ed twisted steel and the jammed seats
of the bus.
Traffic on the heavlly-travel-
u.o. flwnwty ii runrfng
through Virginia's fihnnHnh
Valley was routed to the other
lane as workers cut through
twisted beams and doctors ad administered
ministered administered temporary aid to the
w jjreu vie urns.
a ISkway patrolman who aid
vu in uic rescue worK gave a
grim description of th fraw
v"rh9Aus "river was dead in
Wright. "The man in back of
ti", .8Peaa ana "- woman
" mm was auve, but
w-tivcu na sunewng. Two
more behind the woman were
Bill b Ho, J
Of New Congress
. s ,
illlli r-;;, iff!
' - V-'Si'
r yv y 1 r"s4,' 1
Marguerite PUzza has her .too' RICK'S PICKS:. Danny Kaye's
bles disDeliine' the widely-held. no
tion that "She's only an operatic
, ainger. Her fiver) years; of weekly
arias on ,'Your Showy of' Shows"
and her career with the Metropo
litan started that notion.
. But her personal niehc club ao
pcarances -at New York's Hotel
Pierre-and-other, places, plus this
new record, are gradually getting
the, public acquainted with tha true
Piazza -i Marguerite of all trades.
She dances, she sings, she cloaiis,
- ahf shimmies and all the while
tnt looks Deauufuv.,
,t 't started t4aneintt-when I was
two and I: started singing when I
-went to school," she says. 'I was
an only child, with a mother and
two aunts and a grandmother
plmperiag me. So I, got all the
lessons available, It was my mu music
sic music teacher who made me con concentrate
centrate concentrate on music.
-He bulldozed me into majoring
In music at college.: I was, a baby
oh, I looked sophisticated, but I
was-still a baby I even got a
doll for Christmas the year I gra graduated
duated graduated from high school Still have
it. "- i
j.'And I was an obedient child. I
did what anyone told me to do.
Sd when my teacher said J should
sag, I sang. I worked hard, too.
When I'd been doing it a while I
oecwea I loved tt. And I still do."
- So we nave s determined music
tcher to thank for Marguerite
'-' Singer 'tike miltlx
rirst, irom a financial standpoint,
u'vuuia umym aiviuenas over a
long period of time. And thr
a artistic consideration just ad-
"7, prwy eien Grayco,
f She just made an album for Vik.
: It a her best work," Spike
proudly says. 'She says she can
t herself on an slbum. 'It's sot
Uks making's single record, where
. Zzr i? lrT compete with
r E,vi resleys and The Plat Platters
ters Platters and that aort of thing. On an
t?.,72tt '"W" to satisfy
JWOODBMDGE, N j. "(Up)
wanted: OnJ cooperative rat to
1ull s wire throngs a 730 foot
curved; pipe. Apply to Louis .Salc .Salc-n,
n, .Salc-n, electrician. -j, i --
So far, three rats havo Uf s.i.
aa down -is his attempt to run
ftrt alarm wire through the pipe
rader the New Jersey Turnpike
n uj using project. -'
: Salom an Jed the wire to s
tnnf, the string to a rat's tail
and then tried to persuade the ro-
. dent to scurry through the pipe.
nr r,t PrompOy chewed through
the string and scampered away.
A .second gave up hslfwsy
through and squiremed back. The
third, a husky, black rat, sped
through and Muirnfd Tiirt Th.
fmng .scrspea, en the
' -Salomas ieaded,' for' the Uy
dump today U hopes of finding
the. right, rat tf
first record for Capito, 'Ciu Ciu
ueua, : is ms oest in a long time.
Others: 'Don't Knock the Rock"
(Bill Haley; DeceaH 'Don't Cry
Baby" ; (Diahann Carroll, RCA);
'By, You, By Yeu, By You'! (Jim
Lowe, Dot); 'Dancing Chandelier"
m. -'J f J VII UITIB
(Al Martin, Pyramid); 'Just Kiss
Me' (Dean Martin, Capitol): 'Hap
py Am I" (The Four Levers, RCA)
'Ah, Ah, Ah, Ah" (Kitty fallen.
Three interesting jars albums
that provide a good introduction
to the subject. --Leonard Berns-teinV-idiscussion
'of jars,! ; carried
on uie tv program,': Omnibus,"
is bow out on a Columbia album;
Bernstein uses people like Lauii
Armstrong, Buck Clayten and Bes
sie smith to illustrate, his points.
Hughes Panessie has a new book
called 'Guide to Jazx' Paramount,
treed Taylor has 'Know Vnnr
jazz, a little more in the modern
jazz vein than the others.
Soini fine' new classical nlmn
releases on Columbia, Robert Ca-
saavtus nas tnree albums. On one,
he plays Schumann's Carnaval; on
another. Mozart's Sonata TVn u
13, 14 and 17 on the third, Mozart's
Concerto No. 12 and, with the as assistance
sistance assistance of Gaby Casadasua. tb
composer's Concerto in E Flat
Major for two pianos. .More Mo-
iari irom Wanda Landowika. on
ca sue plays a collection of
wur sonatas, Rondo in A-Minor and
Marines To Start
Hew Atomic Age
rme Cores dlac1nd tvi ;
ii, ""i. atomic-age atream-
uuiug oi na aivisions to give them
greater mobility and
The streamlinina- nlan i.n..
m m auuuai
one reeenur erdnvd h
Army. The size of -most Army
divisions win be cut by about one-
wuna unaer tnis pian.v
The-Marina Cnrna aiil i.
laooing iorce or the future "will
be' somewhat smaller" in m.n.
power, 'much lighter in equip equipment,
ment, equipment, "much fisterwits feet and
more powcnui terms of lnfan-
The Marine Cnrna wt A
disclose immediately how much
the sire of Its three division will
be cut. Details of the reorganiza-
nun are not y complete and
some features of the plan are still
classified, v --'--
A Marine ilwi si on- 'presently
Utals 20,798 men a nuch heavier
force thaa an Army division Thi.
divisional ore anizatkm iurm
World War II experiences in fronU
al beachhead asiaulta. Rut lik. tk
Army, the Marines are finding
pipe -and jthatha the-atomic era the m-
pnasis is no longer n sheer mim-
bers buta dispersal and mobility,
with the punch supplied by atomic
WASHINGTON (UP) House
?t vm? bl5 S th new Congress
a 3 billion dollar federal program
HhciP. build the new public
Ths legislation introduced by
Rep, Augustine B. Kelley (D-Pa)
was assigned the ton' annt
H.B. 1" amonrthe mass of bills
introduced by house members on
the opening day of -Congress
r.iALtheMm m. Rep. Adam1
Clayton PoweU (D-NY) introduced
a big school construction bill of
wwu vumaimng tne same anti anti-segregation
segregation anti-segregation p ro r 1 1 i o n which
helped defeat school 'aid legisla legislation
tion legislation last' year.' ; :
Designation of Kellefi'Bin
H.X..1 does pot automatically give
it priority over- other niMi.
But House leaders generally re reserve
serve reserve the first bill number for le
gislation tney consider particular
The Kelley PoweU bills were
among an esumated 2.0000- fw
dav bills intrndurarf in (k
They called for nearly everything
uuiu an ao oiuion tax cut to an
mvesugation of why more people
don't vote. Many, like the tax bill.
were uuerca who 00 ntpe Of Pas
No .bills were introduced In the
senate where Democrat. THr
Lyndon B. Johnson asked mem members
bers members to hold off until Monday
ncr rresiaeni Eisenhower ad addresses
dresses addresses a joint session of Convreu
Saturday on his Middle East po-
Kelley's bill would authorize
bigger federal outlays for schools
than the bill sponsored by the ad administration
ministration administration or -the bill backed by
uemocn.1 in ine last con-e.u
Both measures died in the fight
over Powell's sntl segregation
The new bill' called for fadaral
spending of 600 million dollars an
nually tor'flv years for a total
of 3 billion dollars.
MISS GLENDA RAE LEE, whose engagement to- SP-3 Harold
H. Migliozzi has been announced. Miss Lee is the daughter of
Mrs. Gladys Corriz of -Panama and Mr, Glendall ,R. Lee of
Curundu. Her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
j. ;;,MigUozzl of Hamden, Conn.' rr.
MOVIES jy RADIO
by Erskin Johnson
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) On
sUge, Offstage and Upstage: Come
now a new explanation for 'I Vant
tn. rI Alone" Greta Garbo's title
How He Plotted
To Kill Truman
ALBEMARLE. N.C. rtTP
Skinny eZOnvici the hrother at
the first U.S. soldier killed in Ko
rea, ssys He Blotted to aasauinata
former President Harry S. Tru-
The story was told In hi till
cell here by Leroy shadrick. s? ni
oaeuon, w.va.. Who cUims his
"troubles began" when his broth-
NWS FOR MOTHERS OF LITTLE
Br POPVLIR REQUEST
will offer new classes in tap tufnbling'for thrts to
; Tivt yssr olds startinsf FEBRUARY.1 1st?
fier.''ttidn for these classes will be held st tho
Balboa' YMCA Monday and Wednesday, January'
. . 7th and 9th from 10:30 to 11:30 tjn.
armed robbery charre in mnniw
tion with his unsuccessful attempt
T"v a A a. i ....
iec. iv io aula up s Building and
He told reporter Fred Uardm of
the Stanley News and Prese that
he beard "a voice" dtrertin him
to assassinate Truman,' and ssid
ne piannea te ao it ea the seventh
anniversary of his brother's death.
Shadrick, himself a former GI
in Korea, said he had been treat
ed in several mental institutions
after his mind "blanked out" in
Japan. He also served an is-,
month federal income tax evasion
charge,- Snd was released from
the Lewuburg, Pa. federal refor reformatory
matory reformatory only few dsys before
the holdup attempt here.
I Shadrick told Morton lie west
te Independence, Me last March
to "case" the Truman 'horae, then
bought a shotgun ancV anunnai anunnai-bon
Ehsdnck told Morton he holds
Truman "directly responsible" for
his brother's death. He alo said
he planned to try to kill Gen.
Douglas Mar Arthur "if Trumsa is
desd when I get ou-. of prison."
of 'The SUent Swede.' ttesearcn
for the Lon Cheney filmbiography.
'Th Man of a Thousand Faces,'
revealed that Viss Double G met
Chaney, then a big film star,
shorily after she arrived in Holly
wood. Naturally sny ana inguKeueu
hv newsmen, she asKea inaney
for advice on how to avoid the
T.nok." said. Chaney, 'I'm a-
fraid of the press, too. I'm even
afraid of strsngers so my press
agent calls me "The Man of Mys Mys-trv
trv Mys-trv it' a cover-uo an excuse
to avoid- interviews ,'od meeting'
people. Why don't you do the same
tnmgr e me niuv
THIY'RI CASJIN? so many
nimai for C. V. Whitney's
moviek 'The Healing Woods," that
gagsters gave it a pew tme: "ine
i Burt Lsncaste west.th llndy s
restaurant late one. night during
location scenei for tSweet Smell of
Sixcess" in. New. York and f e 1 1
himself being eyea. Dy a group m
characters right -out ot 'Guys and
Dolls." Then he oyerneara weir
, nt vnu it Is' said one.
'Naw," said another. 'How much
you wanna bet? saio anomer. a.
pile of greenbacks suddenly grew
on the table and one of the char characters
acters characters started for Burt's table. The
star was waiting lor mm.
'You win," he' grinned. 'I am.
A NEW DIRECTOR is having so
much trouble -with-a current, pic
ture tnat a stuoio wis uu
mavinv two movies' simultaneously
-."his first -fno ms iasv.
s what's wrong with being s
Wniivumnrt bachelor? Ask actor
1 1 A 1 U-.1l f.ll .,!.
Sieve nowuuia mu uou i v-
'It's toueh. If you stay at horns,
they call you a snob. If you go
out a lot WIU giris mey can yuu
a wolf. If you go- to dinner with a
married couple, they say you're
a sponger. And if you have coffee
with your agent,- they ssy you re
JOE E. LEWIS Is the 'come 'comedian's
dian's 'comedian's comedian,'' comedians s s-gree,
gree, s-gree, because hw usually says
what other comedians wish they'd
said. Some of Joe's classics dusted
off for his Paramount film bio biography,.
graphy,. biography,. The Joker":.
Money can't buv love. Let me
have it, and I'll do my own shop shopping."
ping." shopping." 'There are more important
things than money. The only thing
is, they all cost money." About
a flop thowr 'It wasn't a 'bad
show. It was a bad theater. The
eats faced the stage."
'I want, to have fun now, not
when I'm old Snd wrinkled but
now when I'm young and wrhw
kled." 'At my age all women look
alike good." At the end of his
night club act:- 'I don't want ap applause.
plause. applause. Juit'a 10-yard start"-
Live Steam Reactor
To Generate Power
Put Into Operation
CHICAGO (UP)-The first nu
clear reactor specifically designed
to genera oe power has been put
"iv ujjw atiuii uj uic .gviiiic Jia
tional Laboratory. ,
The laboratory announced
Thursday night ; Its experimental
atomic "boiling' water reactor"
had achieved a- peak production
of 5,000 kilowatts of electricity.
uie experiment marKs a major
step in the ultimate production of
electricity for everyday use
through nuclear power.
The achievement occurred last
Saturday at th laboratory's ex experimental
perimental experimental plant in suburban L$ L$-mont.
mont. L$-mont. The laboratory is operated
by the Atomic ."nergy Commis-i
sion. It c'imaxed extensive exoer-i
lments which bogan in:i9S4:
A spokesman said although mi
tricity has been: produdetf by :nn-i
" iraciora ueiure, mis luarKea
the first time it ha' been7i;eoe,rat been7i;eoe,rat-ed
ed been7i;eoe,rat-ed by a reactor spedfiCAMyVdei
Signed for the :PurisW
The laboratory" said if ffljuse
the reactor to generate partSi its
niln al.frfMn.1 h ... i"
t y w c r require-
111 1 v-fi
; The reactor operates by generat generating
ing generating live steam direct)y;at. its' ura uranium
nium uranium core. The steam is piped to
a turbine eliminating the need
for intermediate heat exchangers.
from 6:30 p.m.
THF I nwr.-AWAiTFn nrjv cricnw rwrmr v"U
. Mmm ww... ....... wk. i wwnwviv kjrk'H ft-
OUR BEAUTIFUL BUFFET! f
irresistible! array of hot Si cold dishes'
music for nnder-the-star daneinaS
by Clarence Martin's Orchestra and,
OHly $3.50 Lucho Aitarrara at the orcin
" enior yourself it's cbealaeJr
than "you think at Jj
Call maitre d'hote I
3-1660 for reserv'atio"-
SOLD, IN ALL
0SED BY THE BEST
J O it COLORS
O it CONDITIONS
O it CLEANSES
l i aTr 7.. w ..
and it does ALL THREE at one and
THE SAME TIME!
DISTRIBUTORS IN PANAMA
; JULIO V OS, S. A.
Second Diagonal (Old ."A". Street) No. 7-27 Box No. J97 Tel, J-297X
Owrlward at the" Sportiman'i
Ledpe: 'Her dress Is backless and
strapless and an her n iooks snap-
less sad hopeless."
There's nothini like Hollywood t
press sgenty- Msmie Van Doren
and hubby Ray Anthony's TV press
aeent. Pat Perritt. rushed to their
home not Ions at o. He wanted one
of their Christmas cards quick fori
a layout a magazine is doing on.
stars' Christmas cards.
Sorry." ssid Rsy. 'Haven!
bought 'em yet.".
Pat thourht faat and moved even
faster.- He found a publicity photo
Mamie and Ray, taken on ine
front steps of their heme and
rushed it to sa advertising agency
artist. 'Put in s Christmas tree
kill Jta jrrr .ia'cTV ubo with 'Mamie' and
rtel Ma hTVlri I Ray on it," ordered Pat 'Then
ared "t,?, A'" have it copied and print up half a
dozen card size.". ;
Tho Anthosvs' 'Christmas card
made the magazino deadline and
turned put to be legitimate. Pat
showed one to the Anthonys and
they ordered 2,000
$4 Million Loan
To Iceland Coyt.
" ASHINGTON.v Jan. 5 (UP)
The United States yesterday an-
soeneed a M mUlioa loaa to Ice
land which recently agreed to
permit American troops to. stay
Iceland requested the loaa to
finance essential imports and to
eontitne its economic develop development
ment development program. About S3 million
of the loan will be drawn from
President Eisenhower'a special f
fund. , I
- ;! t
tD9 iMUQL Jim BHiitiVriwiUih iv
. I y 1
THE StTNDAT AMERICAN
SUNDAY, JANUARY 1957
f AGE SIX
eeks Third Straight MIm
UniSport Not 'Tucker (ed),
Alh$jar, Melendez, Rosier
V Oppose Gustines Flyer
Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT
fl I Ail h '-LJ' i
1 Isaac Gustines' speedy Chilean colt Lric, iresn
from two impressive victories, goes out m quest ot
his third straight victory this afternoon in the fea fea-tureH
tureH fea-tureH $1000 seven-furlong sprint for First and sec second
ond second Series imported thoroughbreds at the President
-Kenton race track.
Slated to oppose
'little chestnut son of sosiego-
: Erna Sack are the once formida formidable"
ble" formidable" Rosier, ever dangerous Al-hajar-.and
Vta'dies will g:in be
tb guests of the Pres Pres-,
, Pres-, Hent Senon race track
manasement this afternoon
' A&.the occasion of the modern
cjLclnr plant's second Ladies
Day. All women are admitted
free on the first Sunday of
raf$Hte rider Gulllermo San-
chez will once more be in the
saddle of the Gustines star. Ca Ca-talincyigtesias
talincyigtesias Ca-talincyigtesias will ride Rosier
..which wound up a poor third
last week after returning from
a six tiwnth layoff.- Melendes
will have the crafty Ruben vas vas-ques
ques vas-ques aboard and Jose M. Bra Bra-vvq;
vvq; Bra-vvq; Jr. will handle Alhajar's
I JRpic displayed great form on
WW Year's Day when he won
over seven furlongs in 1:25 but
Alhafar was even more impres
sive by losing in a three-way
photo to Mossadeq and Town s
Wall in the New Year's Classic
in record breaking time for one
Melendez wound ud fifth on
Tupsrfnv hut. his Derformance
was a good one, considering that
h broKe benina ine omer oia
efarfsrx A crnnrl start COUld D
all that this black horse needs
to reeister this time.
Several interesting races are
included among the other nine
races on the program. However,
t.hre are "stickouts" in moat
and should turn out to be form
8 We?ma Jimmry
Ilprse Racing Goes Modern
iii Bet-Crazy Puerto Rico
7 By OSCAR FRALEY
SAN JUAlJ, Puerto Rico (UP)
. HdrS' racing is ready today to go
modern in PuertoRico after 30
year of horse and buggy opera operation.
tion. operation. i A syndicate of New York, Phifa Phifa-detplm
detplm Phifa-detplm and Washington business businessmen
men businessmen bas moved in and erected one
of ',fjie. world's most beautiful and
modern racing plants. Snuggled in
the shadow of El Yunque, Puerto
Rico's highest mountain, it is an
ya-tching masterpiece, . ...
fiut this is int snot not aimed
. asjbf "tutisU.1js.v c
.' (Far .the new track. El Com Com-wjindante,
wjindante, Com-wjindante, has a gimmick going
for it which is going to do things
for its stock on the Wall Street
beards. This is off-track betting,
'long a bona of contention In the
Uhited States, through which the
most isolated islander will be able
to place a bet and for as little as
; Iveryene Can Bat
All across Puerto Rico's length
and breadth, there have been scat-;
tef&rao agents who willtau bats
for the pool. These bets are on a
six-race parlay and everybody is
hoping to get rich, from the track
owners right down to the lowliest
sugar can worker with 25 itching
Curly Byrd, the white mined
former University of Maryland
president, was the. construction
boss for El Commandante and the
man who once turned out gridiron
lueaeernauts for the Terrapins has
done nis usual masienui jao. Be Because
cause Because El Commandante is as mod modern
ern modern as tomorrow's automobiles
and as scenic as a picture postcard.
The one-mile track, with a seat
ing capacity of 20,000, will operate
three times weekly throughout the
year and has stable room for 450
thoroughbreds. But this picture
plant wasn't brought about with without
out without difficulty.
' Originate-rt Went Breke
It originally was the brainchild
(f a Florida Investment group
which went broke. The new group
then took over and figured that
$2,500,000 would do the job. They
were half right. It cost them $5
million. Then there was opposition
from the two ancient racing plants
which held a three-decade lock on
the sport in Puerto Rico. This, too,
finally was overcome.
But then the horsemen protested j
that the racing strip was unsafe
nd certain soft spots had to be
dug up and replaced. And finally
to top it all off, after the horse-
men were saastiea, a oeveiopea
corner on the horse vans and re refused
fused refused to let the horsemen use them
to shift their horses'.
But El Commandante finally is
ready and from now on the
sharks are going to find slim pick pickings
ings pickings at the beaches.
NEW YORK (NEA) i- A eouple
of nights before the professional
football championship game, Sam
wuson, one oi me otnciais, was
showing a roomful of pals how he
managed to keep from being knock knocked
ed knocked down by players.
"The umpire, my position, has
to stay right with the play," he
saia. -you can t give up just to
get out of the way. You've got to
give u mue oi mis and some
Wilson swayed back and fnrfh
to illustrate his style.
ine game at Yankee Stadium
was less than two minutes old
wnen Mel Triplett of the Giants
roared down the middle. He knock knocked
ed knocked two Chicago Bears out of the
way w-and then had only Wilson
to contend with. The official tried
to flee, but he was trampled by
the er"er and the two defenders
ms inpien wen in for the first
By BILL BELL
A swell rhubarb almost stole
the antlight away from the
semi-final round of the Junior
College Invitational Basketball
Tournament yesterday, alter-.
noon. -. -.'''''. V
But not even the threaten
ing fisticuffs, followed by a
disagreement among one re
feree and the tournament's
director could dim the bril brilliance
liance brilliance of th UnlSports' 78-54
ironnrlnr .f the Athletic Club.
Navy won the ""opener, 63-52,
over the favored Air Force, in a
decision that was. very unpop-
irinr nif.n the few folks on hand.
Th also aunnlied the fire-
Substitute Kuard Bill Johnson
lit Race "C-D'
6 Mr TivoJi
NrivM'-V''fll. un $325.00 Clow :f
FIRST RACE Of THI DOUIll
jkey;':"'; ; iv
F Alvarea 120 X-.Was -never better
S. Carvajal 110 Rates good chance
B. Baeza 100 Could make it here
G. Vasquez 104x Distance handicaps
B. Aguirre 110 Form indicates
2nd Race 5th Seri.s Imp. T $500.00 Pool Cl..r 1:15
SECOND RACI OF THI OOUBLI
F.F. Hori Jotlier $ "CommoBt
1 Melrose G. Sanchea 112 Usually disappoints
2 Te Gano O. de Leon 105 Nothing recently
3 S Windsor A. Gonzalez 100 -Could be upsetter
4 Dianallcia A. Vasquez 112 --Last doesn't count
5 M. Maker J. G6ngora ll8 Returns from layoff
fi-(Socorrito J. Rodriguez 113 Shouldn't miss now
7 (Fellac F. Sanchez lOOx Nothing to indicate
3rd Raca "G" Narivoi
7 Fas. Fun $275.00 Fool Clot 1:45
1 Guarare B. Baeza 103
2 Fil6n A. Vergara 112
3 Moonshiner B. Aguirre 118
4 Liboria J. M. Bravo 113
Looks like spot S i
Ran well in last 21
Showing Improvement 3-2
Doesn't seem likely 41
4h Ract "I" Natiroi
Ffi. Futrc $275.00 Fool Cloioi 2:20
kicked an Air Force man In the
tiomach during a scramble, but
was not punished by a fouL
However, he was incensed, be be-can
can be-can swearing at the referee
tut before a technical foui was
called,, his teammates covered
hli mouih and took nun oil: the
: After the game, he continued
the: wrangle with the official,
.who banned, him from last
night's finai game. The tourna tourna-ment
ment tourna-ment director, reversed the ref's
-The decision stopd too. John Johnson
son Johnson could play, : -1
' The ;nals pitted UniSport
and the ; Navy, with- defending
champion UniSporto a favorite.
a Tall Navy, which won Its
opener ov lour points nad an
even closer 'call with the Fly-
wmmcu oryani, wonting
with (our fouls on him, col collected
lected collected 18 points for the losers;
and teammate Howard White,
also with four fouls slowing
him, hit another 18.
Lee McPherson led the Navy
with 13, followed by Mike Rock's
dozen and Leon Thomas's 10.
McPherson hit Uiv winning
point on a free throw, with 1 :39
second ielt on the clock. Garcia
could have tied it with 54 sec
onds to go, but-missed two phar phar-lty
lty phar-lty throws. -4 ?
In the second game, Tom
Tucker despite four first-half
fouls played another splendid
game and connected 22 points.
It paced UnlSports Just when
AC was beginning to piick.
UniSport movea irom a si-ti
lead and raced away with the
game in the final quarter.
Seymour Barkowitz, a BajDoa
language teacher, fouled out
after 13 points, and Ray Nick-
lsher hit hi3 team high with
17 AC tallies.
For the winners, Nando Tom
G. Sanchez 111 Stouthearted colt
J Rodriguez 118 Way down In class
. F. Gatica 118 Hard to beat here
J. M. Bravo 110 Good early speed
J. Jlmenea 117x Rider handicaps
G. Vasquez 102x Dangerous contender
5th Rata 4h Soriee Imp. 1
1 Albatroii"; '4
MHe Pane $800.00 Pool Clot 2:55
' F. Gatica
115 -4reftrt letg dlstane
110 Enjoying rare form v
113 DisUnce to liking
113 Should fight It out
112x Could help entrymate
'.r t l
that one of the efd rks had a 'lack of foreign competitors
MIAMI. Ffa nnr.k..
oarasiown Das been as assigned
signed assigned 126 pounds for the $100,000
Widener Handicap at Hialeah oa
leb- 23- Needles, last years
ierpy winner, Grew a
124 pound impost while Dedicate
was peggedat 123.
PITTSBURGH (UP) Outfield Outfield-er
er Outfield-er Lee Walls has voa the John
L Hernon Memorial Award as
the Pittsburgh Pirates' outstand outstanding
ing outstanding rookie for the 1854 season. The
award was made by the
Pittsburgh Chapter of the Base Baseball
ball Baseball Writers Association of America.
tth Race 8th Series Imp. 7 Ffi. Puna $400.00 Fool Cleaaa 1:15
FIRST RACI OP THI DOUBLI
6 S. Slipper
Jockey St. Comment
G. Visquei lOSx Reportedly ready
J. Phillips 110 Form indicates
O. de Leon 110 Could make it here
B. Baeza 110 Not against these
S. Carvajal 105 Returns from layoff
A. Vasquez 113 Usually closa up
F. Gatica 103 Must Improve more
I. J I
f.- A i
MAGICIAN Professional op opponents
ponents opponents and teammates attest
that no one handles a basket basketball
ball basketball quite like BobXtousy of the
Pro Grid Loop
The box scores:
Fueno, 1 .
Johnson, W., f
Thomas, c .
Johnson, B c
Cofer, g . .
Rock, s 4
McPhei ion, g
Scott, e .
Air Fare (51)1
7th Rata 4th Sariea Ima. t MiloPuno $600.00 Fool Cloooi 4:05
SECOND RACI OP THI DOUIll
1 Suntonner F. Hidalgo 110 improving steaauy 3 t
2 Emp Honey F. Gatica 108 Distance to liking 31
3 Embrujada E. Ortega 108 Best early speed 21
4 Cartiilero B. Baeza 108 Distance sultg style 3 l
5 Pavinetto G. Sanchex 115 Could go all the way 31
tth Rico "Special" I ma.
Fat. Puna $850.00
Pool CUooo 4:40
4 W. Jlmmey
8 Certero ,-
R. Visquei 110 Showed nothing In debut 10-1
3. Jimenez 105x Nothing to recommend S 1
A. Ycaza 110 Early speed In last 31
F. Alvarez 105 Dangerous this time 32
A. Vergara 110 Should be close up 31
O. de Leon 112 Form indicates .EVEN
m CORTINA, Italy (UP) The
sixth Campari Trophy ski jumping
meet, which was scheduled to be
held here today, has been post postponed
poned postponed indefinitely because of a
tfc Race 5tb Series Ime.
7 Ft. Puna $500.00 Peel Cleat
P.P. Hofte ,; Jockey St. Commont
1 Greco v B. Baeza 115 Impressive win last
2 Noganno' A Ycaza 112 Could get up here
S Starwick 9. Aguirre 120 Seems "sure thing"
L. Girdle J. Rodriguez 110 Alms for repeat win
5 Copar V. Castillo 115 Longshot specialist
8 Fenlx A. Vasquez 113 Enjoying good form
Score by Quarters: 11
Navy, 15 9 12 1T-53
Air -Force, ;10; 16- 15 .ll 52
, Athletic Club (54) i
Carlin, f .
Joyce, f i.,.
Lombane, c r
Mc Arthur, e V
NickJsher, g' U
Welch, g ,
Nesbit, g f
Gibson, N., ti.- I 4
Gibson, B., f V i 3 0
Dedaux, 1 a 0 0
Tucker, c 10 2
Pern, c ''. 2 o
Manning g 3 2
Moser, g ..-.15
Tom, g . .53
Score by Quarters:
Athletic Club 18 9 18 054
UniSport. . 14 17 20 1970
NEW YORK, Jan. 5 (UP) Buddy
Parker, whose Detroit Lion, fin
ished second last season after
winding up last in 1955, today was
named National Football League
"Coach of the Year" in the annual
United Press poll.
Parker, whose Lions lost we
Western Division title to the Chi
cago Bears by a half-game, re
ceived nine votes in Daiioung Dy
25 sports writers who covered the
1956 campaign in the various
Jim Lee Howell, who guided the
New York Giants to their first
Eastern Division title In 10 years
and their first league champion championship,
ship, championship, in jl8, was runherup with six
Joe Kuharich. who kept the
whinpton Redskins in the East
era- raeeuntil itheu final week; of
the season, was third in the yoting
with five baUotaw
Ray Richards of the Chicago
Cardinals drew four votes and the
Mhmr went t Paddv Driscoll. who
miiHed the Chicago Bears to the
Western Division crown in his first
season as the team's head coach.
The Lions complied a 9-3 record
last season after finishing last in
1955 with a 3-9 mark.
After the noor 1955 season
which followed the 56-10 thumping
Detroit took from the Cleveland
Rrnwn in the 1954 championship
game, many observers p i e k e d
Parker's club to finish in the cei
lar aaaln in 1956.
Rut the 1956 Lions, relying on
the defensive strength that has
mo rip Parker one of pro football's
most successful coaches, were in
the thick of the western race irum
the opening game.
During Parker's six seasons as
head coach, the Lions won three
Western and two league champion champion-hin
hin champion-hin finished second twice and
nnlv rnach Pau Brown oi me
Cleveland Browns has done better
during that period.
TOD.AY'S,GAME At Colon Stadiurti :
Ceryeza Balboa (Brunet 2-1) vs. Carta Yieii
'V V tKilIeen 2-l). V
: Game Time: Id a.m. XT ; V
T? CftVE MVP PLAQUE Hector L6pez, slugging' lhflelder
of the Kansas City ; AthJeUca and the Cerveza Balboa Beer Beer-men;
men; Beer-men; will receive the Panama Pro League's 1955-58 Most Valu Valuable
able Valuable Player plaque at CoWn" Stadium this morning before the
game between the league leading Beermen and -the Carta
Vieja Yankees. ;g.ets underway at 10 o'clock. Xopei,' -who- nit'
his, first homer of the current campaign-Friday night in the
aecpnd tame of the double-header against-the Yankees wt
an all-time loon record 4ajit season -whenhe" walloped 13
roundtrlppers. The Beermen took both. ends of the twlnbili;
6 to.0,.and.5;to.3,'Friday,'t .s:,--. tv.n-
Beermen, Yankees Clash
At Colon Stadium Today
' LIKES ATMOSPHERE
Stillwater. Okla. NEA) -This
is Henrv Iba's 29th season as a
basketball coach and the 23rd at
Iklahoma A. and M., where he had
469 .victories and only 43 losses at
season s start.
10th Race 1st 2nd Series Imp. 7 P. Pm $1000.00 Peel Ctaee 5:40
G. Ranches 109 At top of form
C. Igleaias 103 Must go lower
J. M. Bravo 113 Will fight it out
R. Vasquex 112 Depends on atari
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THE BR OXEN
Glenn Ford in
J V B A L
ROCK AROUND THE
with Tony Martin
7 O DAY AND
cei at it
I".' t YiriMvaUift-m a'.i ii-Imm. J
By J. J. HARRISON Jr.
Panama Pro League activity shifts to Colon Stadium
today, with the Cerveza Balboa Beermen, who. ara leading
the pack by one-half games over the second place Chester Chester-field
field Chester-field Smokers, meeting the Carta Vieja Yankees who trail
in the standings-by two and one-half games. '. s:
The Yanks' lone victory, over
their tormentors came Dec: a 12
when Kllleen blanked them on
five hits,. 11 to 0. i
Tomorrow is open date in
the loop. The Smokers, take on
the Yankees, at tbe olympio
Stadium Tuesday at 7:30 pan.
The e-ame will start at 10 a.m
after ceremonies in which Hec Hector
tor Hector Lopez, star Infielder of the
Beermen and tne Kansas iny
Athletics, will be awarded the
ieaeue's 1955-58 Most Valuable
Bernardo Nuflez B., nresldent
of the Panama Baseball writers
Association will make the pre
sentation to Lonea. the first
Panamanian to whi a guUr
berth on a major league team.
Lopes set a loop record ef
13 homernn last season for
the now defunct Soar Cols
team which lost the cham championship
pionship championship in a playoff with the
Smokers after finishing the
regular campaign in tie.
Today's game will be the sec'
ond of three Pro League games
scheduled to be niayea in coion
this season. A
The first was played Dec: 23,
when Humberto Robinson of the
Smokers defeated the Yankees
7 to 3- 1
The Beermen, who now' have
definite Ideas about -copping
the,, fia this r year, will send
their ace' lefty,L George- Brunet
(2-1 K against, Erana Kllleen al-
so '2"1" -'-".
Brnnet whitewashed Yankees
7 to 0 Dec. Dec. 30. allowing
the losers "only five hits.
. Kllleen wiU toe matin? nis
first appearance since suffering
an ankle injury while fielding a
bunt in the sixth inning of a
game against the Beermen Dec.
The Yaftks, 'and KlUeen, lost
con test' 6. to 3.
Today's game give manager
Billy Shants and his boys a'
chance t mere te within one
and ne-half games t the
leaders and also an epportan epportan-Ry
Ry epportan-Ry to start catching up the
determined Beermen who have
whipped them six times la
seven meetings. ' -.
STALL STORY-Sold' Ruler' V
pears mighty proud of beinf
housed. In th same Blaleah
Park stall which once was the
quarters of the celebrated :
Nashua. Jim yitzslmmons, who
trained the millionaire, also has
Bold Ruler, which waa gneraa
ly deemed the second best J a v-
-a : n
SUNDAY, JANUARY 6, 1957
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FIGHTERS LOSE HEADS Tfie ,gtovsof Joer? Gtambra,
Jeft seemed to replace the heads of the Buffalo middleweight,
and Rocky Castellani in the 10th and firial iund pf a flose
Wattle San Kraneisco. Giambra kept his head, howeve. to
-in 1manimou-.decision,' He wants shut at Jv o-m-
FSAKK McGUIRE of North ca-
- coached", statements ... .Although
the pro frown on the.frad for forward's
ward's forward's postgrad" chanceg ,
Training Base m -WorW-
War II ... buncn of. re:
crutts4n. bW training were about
to be pushed Mough rugged
structoft "YouN he ""d0
.houted, with the P-ay.hair
Better sit over here and just watch
these kids The 'boot in gtay
(premature) was PoiV v
who,1 as recent civOian had just
competed in 4 rugged set of interr
national' soccer, matches .ana
scrimmaged with his own pro foot foot-ball
ball foot-ball players -'
' r '- i 't Tl
toil Utile first met his successor
by bumping into' a, sailor on the
Columbia campus" in 1945 Lou
' gave a start and roared, "What to
blazes are you doing here?
"I'm- stationed here, shrugged
Donelli, who- became his aide ...
Phfl; ibrdatv 6-10 joined the. pro professional,
fessional, professional, New. York .Knickerbock .Knickerbockers
ers .Knickerbockers after being declared inehgible
at lHUe WhitwortH CoUege in Spo-:
kane, Wash. He was rated .thY
best basketball player west of Wilt
km -cmt mamberlam .. another
sleepeiS in college rnks is husky,
Jim Smfth of little CoUege of Steu Steu-benville,
benville, Steu-benville, O ... He was the only
player ever to Five Wilt an even!
tussle In tatskill summer round
ball fcompetition... He'd be playinB
forDuquesne if his grades had
been prp to snuff...
The aleeper in the sportcastingf
field. I Phil Rizzuto .". who never,
took -a- 'voice' or -Ciclioli .lesioil in
his ife kutj rjad Jot w 1 1; "J
. -fc v
BsskethaH -vets' sa .Templet
; Guf -Rodprsv .as; a .college junior,'
is nWre adanced than fabled Bob)
Cousju-at the am,e stage Bob,
PettitY folks 'came up from LoOisi-J
ana during" the hoUdayf td ee the
St. fHii Hawked playi-andj ma-l
ma was inveigled 'to-- ktay '.until
mid-Zahuary to -catch htr boy, re-
ceiving the President's Trophy as
the best in the NBA at the All-Star
game, in Boston J
tlnhin Frifmiin. shOW-
ed up to work with the St., Louis
cage pros before the announced
tart nf traininff ... when official
. . ii t
practice oegtn ne aisappeajea...
- Dick Goldstein, the west coast
welterweight who jammed up. Art
Aragon with dump accusations in
Texas, has spieled- so many varied
stories On his background as a eon
centration camp waif, Luftwaffe
pilot, student, etc, no one's quite
sure just who or wnai ne is .. -Fame-is-not-fleeting
gelo Bertelli, the Notre Dame quar
terback of more than a decade ago,
has bowed to speaking requests at
50 different banquets so far this
Floyd Patterson is on the verge
of becoming big business .. with
a retinue of agents to stimulate
hrs non-rinc earnings ... and a feel
er from the Ford Foundation to
travel in the interest of youth e-
Pat-on-tbe-back depN' f ron
this column, dated May 8. 1956:
"Between you'n'me, Bob Feller po positively
sitively positively will retire after this set set-son
son set-son to devote his entire time to in
Between you'n'me, let's : skip
those other predictions of 56.
LCSINC SIDE Riding the gunwhale. Ted Thnrvaldsen trid (
to balance Pan II against a stiff breeze during the Dragon Cla I
Olympic Came yacht race of! Melbourne. Tbe Norw egian crafl j
finished fifth in a thriller ran by Great Britain s Bluebottle.
By HARRY GRAYSON
' YORK Jn 5-cNEA1
Resurgence of the football (rians
dates back to a quiet luncheon at
the Mew York AthlettcClub after
the season of 1S53.
Jack Mara was seeking the ad
vice of Col. fLvc H. Biauw, famous
for turning out coaches : : .well
as teams, at, the Untied, states Mil Military
itary Military Academy. ;
Tne Giants bad stobd in one place
entirely1 too long with an a Jack
that -would not nave denied ifle
third string at Vassar. The Maras,
hard hit at ihe Polo Grounds: gate,
finally decided td part with Steve
Owen.-,T,hey selected Jim lee. no no-well.,
well., no-well., the end coach, as bead man
Now they sought, a jfoung man to
build an offense. .T
"I'd dislike "to' lose him,'' .Red
Blaik tpid Jack Mara,, "but I must
recommended the man whom I be believe
lieve believe would do the best job.' And
I would not stand in Vincent Lom-
ATinnla". tomb rdi, Ih. Fordham
Block of Granite! ?,of n34-35-$6,
where he wa4 coacheu as a guard
by Frank Leahy under Jim Crow
ley.' had been Army's backfleld
coacn for tne years.; trior to mat
he installed, the X at Fordham and
won six state championships in
eight years with St. Cecilia's High
of Englewood,. N.J. -!
It was an ultra-modern-T of offense
fense offense which massacred the hither
to highly formidable Chicago Bears
in the play-off- lor the)'. National
League title and money in the re'
frigerator that was, Yankee Stadi Stadium.
um. Stadium. '' ..'r..-.:
"It was Army'f attackP save for
the fact that we based ours on the
movement of the fullback. ex
plains the stocky, bespectacled
LOmbardi. "This was, to. take ad advantage
vantage advantage of Mel Trlolett'iJeittraor-
dinary blockmg. Tripleti fieured
in every play faking to or giving
w or mucKiiig.
instead ot havine to null two
guards, Triplett's outstanding abil ability
ity ability as a blocker enabled us to get
the chorr done with the fullback
and one guard.
Advantages of this are muni.
fold. Pulling guards frequently foul
up plays. Even the professionals
find it difficult to locate one guard
iasi enougn to pull well, ir is vast
ly easier for Tnplett to execute a
straight ahead block than for a
guard to pull out and take out a
defender. .' i
When both Boards are nulled
the opposition knows it is -m run running
ning running play or roll-out option. With
only the one pulling, the attackey
can run or pass and have an extra
man for pass protection.)
TMa permitted' the Giants to run
as much as they passed in a pen
iccuy Daiancea atiacK. ;j ;
So, it'was the Armv eamii and
the trades which broueht the stout
defenders, Ed Hughes, Andy Rob Rob-ustelli
ustelli Rob-ustelli and 'Dick Modzelewskl, and
the clicking of the recruit lineback
er, &am Huff, tbat put the Giants
back on -top after a lapse of 18
Note to the University of Wash
ington ana otner schools in the
market for. a new head drillraas drillraas-ter:
ter: drillraas-ter: Personable Vinnie Lombard!
would like to coach a college team.
For references contact Red Blaik
or anyone associated with the Na
tional rooiDaii League.
What are you waiting for? .;
NEW YORK IKKA) TW.
were onlv 11 fataiit.i in hnvim,
during 1956. according tn fiimr..
kept and released by The Ring
The Ilffht nuhlirtinn n.lloV 4.
6oint out that, off the figures, box boxing
ing boxing is safer" than driving an auto automobile.
mobile. automobile. It nerlrt
however, that more people -drive
u-r uan gei mio a pnie ring,
Only four nt thm rin W.ktk.
rurreti in thm ITniti c,...
72 wiiikh 1M.411C9, .atari-
w,n January, when Eddie Lee
nauicr, 4-year-oia Detroit hea heavyweight,
vyweight, heavyweight, collapsed after a work workout
out workout with Johnnv Kiimn.!;. o.k
- j -.u.iiiviuunw
ert Perry, 20, of Philadelphia died
injury we same
month aftT being knocked out by
Rudy WatHns Baltimore, i
in October, Clinton Thomoson
a soldier stationed at Fort Car-
sOn. Colo diirf erok K;. t 1.
ea out by a stomach punch deliver-
"J wis lenono in an amateur
bout,JB the same month, Leroy
orannam. 22-vear-otit k.
amateur, succumbed to head ia
1 uu"ea ,n Haraord gynv
.....uiii uuring a wnrtout with O O-Urer
Urer O-Urer Wilson, a professional.
Only two of the fatalities abroad
ere ine rcmir nr .r...:
fights. I" A i
,s a n ; i f a 'i
;rx i a-l S$l L
HANDV CUY--Harl'ori Hill's hands 'marievhim dangerous throughout the NationaV Football
League season and" now" the.pros must try to stpp the Bears' end again.
" Bowl game, Jan. 13. wl '"
this time in the Pro
T6 Be Arriong
Top Pros Competing In Open
How' Finsterwald, the Athens,
Ohio 'born shot-maker, wilt be
among those present come-Jan.
10 wnen ine iieia geis, uu mi
thd nHaise for thex torj rhoney
an i. title in the 195T Panama C-
pejv ;,pro-Amateur pit. 'tourna 'tournament
ment 'tournament to be clayed at the Pan
ama Club. Dow wilt be but -one
among" .the. many great pros and
amateurs who will take part In
this (tparnament but- you may
rest assured that all ol his com competitors
petitors competitors will be labeling; him as
the fcW to beat. : v
At ,the: preseint writing Fin-,
sterwald,. wno, now pans eea eea-f
f eea-f ord, Ohio his home, is the tljird
top money winner on me cir circuit
cuit circuit and Is considered one of
the toD leolfers "of the year, Dow
recently competed In the San-
ford open wnere ne was ieu ieu-lne
lne ieu-lne the pack for the first two
dnva after which he ran into
1 Utile tough luck' te wind tip in
third place, five strokes Denina
the winner Mike FCtchik nnd
three strokes down to Frank
Stranaham the second place
money winner, p X
Opener Set For Mo
The Pacific Softball League
wll have its opening game at
4:45 p.m.' Monday at their new
Softball park in Balboa (pre
viously palled the Teenage
The League consists of five
very well-balanced teams from
the Pacific side of the. Isthmus;
Lou jOlud Agency, Cervecerla
Nacionai, Tasco Batteries, Army
Signal Service from Fort Clay
ton, and the 20th inrantry team
frpm.' Fort Kobbe. .
.The defending champion ol
the '1658 season, BiU -DeLa Matt
er's Glud Agency team will meet
Sam- catlett's- f'Cerveceria Na Nacionai"
cionai" Nacionai" team '. in "the" opening
game this Monday. This came
will feature a pitching duel be-
- ' -:. "i :..:.r l.'J-
Walce Forest, Colorado' :
Back Oil Winning Trail
tween Lou' Hilzfriger of ''Glud A- Gliid Aeency
eency' and McNalr Lane of Tuesday, Jan. 8 Army Signal
,the U.S. Army Signal Survice
team managed by Lt. Grill and
the Navy' team now sponsored
by Tasco Batteries, managed by
Bob. Newman. The new team in
the league is the strong 20th
Infantry team from Fort Kob Kob-be,
be, Kob-be, managed by John wesolek.
Games will be playedMonday
through Friday of each week' at
4:45 p.m. with IS games played
by each team per half season season-Plate
Plate season-Plate umpiring will be handled
dv Marv Methenev. and mem
bers of the Cattal Zone Umpires'! victory over Arizona; Corny Free
Association. Reiresnments v. Ul
bOi availabje, W. allme,
The" schedule for the .first
week, of the season" U as fol
Monday, Jan. 7 Cerveceria vs i
whose unhappy fate it was to lose
to the nation's two best teams in
holiday tixtrnamenls, bid again to
day for national basketball recog recognition
nition recognition as they got back on the
winning trail. ...
Wak Fnrpst hnnnrfinff hark
from a loss to second ranked
North Carolina In the' final round
of the Dixie Classic, ran Its', sea season
son season record to 9-3 -.last night
with an impressive 72-54 -victory
over George Washington at Arling
Arid Colorado, soundly drubbed
by national leader Kansas in the
Big Seven tourney finals, pushed
its record ?to an. even, betters 2
by whipping Miami 1 of." Florida,
73-66, at Miami.
Deacons Shew Power
Wake Forest, already ranked
No. 15 nationally, showed all all-around
around all-around power in leading' almost
all the way against George wash-,
inulnn .lnmn-shootine Jack Wil
liams popped in 22 points to Set
the pace, while Jack Jolly lea tne
losing Colonials with 18.
At Miami, a city tnat aiso
proved hospitable to Colorado's
football team earlier this week in
the Orange Bowl victory over
Clemson, the Buffalo cagers near
ly blew a 22-point lead before
In other leading games last
Duouesne confounded the "ex
perts" by whipping Dayton, 79-71,
at Dayton as Dick Ricketts led
the way with" 23 points ; an
astounding" switch from last week
when Davton beat Duouesne by js
points: Rice opened its Southwest
Conference season witn a
victorv over Texas A&M as 6-10
Temple Tucker scored 18 and 6-9
Tom Rohltailie added 16.
Bradley Whips St. JoTins
Bradley turned back visiting SI
John's of New York, 97-78, despite
21 Dolnts bv St. John's Berme
Pascal: Lyndon Lee's 22 points
led Oklahoma CltyF to "art 80 55
man and Henry Stem, scored- L
:ach to lead Xavier of Ohio to an
i7-79 victory over Western "Ken.
. .-2. vri.i
Wayne Embry's 29. points piwed) i
Miami of Ohio to its fourth straight t
win in the Mid-America Confer
ence, 93-77, over Marshall; Geor Georgia
gia Georgia Tech trounced Howard, 93-54;
Tennessee edged, Gran.bilng,. 9W
94; Holy Cross downed MifcSa
chusetts," lir-96; and 1 SpringVrflff
shaded Morehead Of Kenfflcky;
83-79, in the final round of'th-jr
senior isowi Tournament at flto
. .-. ...
Last Minuie Basket
Saves Forf Wayne
From NBA Cellar
NEW YORK, Jan. 3 '(T'P)
a last minute basket by Georg',
Yardle; of the Fort Wayne Pistons
proved the stumbling' block, for
the Minneapolis Lakers' efforts w
escape the Western Division cellar!.'
in the National Basketball Asn.""
, ine waiters, wno couiu nave va
cated the basement wiht'a victory
at l1 ort Wayne last
led by as much aS 19 points i
the second quarter but blew
margin by the end of the third
quarter. With 25 .seconds' remaia-5
ing, the blend, balding YartUairl
scored from underneath the basket
to give Fort Wayne a 104-102 vic victory.
tory. victory. Yardley had 33 points to lead the
Pistons and Bob Houbregs added
222, while Clyde Lovellette taLfcdtf
21 for thp I.alr
, f i i n
In other games Thursday .ijig'Ht?
the New York Knickerbpckers.ju'i-'
cessfully defended third plate in in-the
the in-the East against the SyracUsi-TW?"
tionals, 126-111,-"and the PhflacfcT
phia Warriors rallied to nip,'St4t
Louis, 82-81, in a twin bill',
Madison Square Garden. jr
In addition to the above' two
teams there wliT.be two teams
returning from the 1956 season,
SAN' FRANCISCO Jan.' $ The
Pacific Coast Conference, appar
ently ignoring its recent poor
Rose Bowl record, voted yesterday
to increase the scholastic require requirements
ments requirements for athletes. ,. v
The conference fathers, '-composed
of presidents, faculty repre
sentatives and athletic directors of
the nine member school,'; voted to
require a vc '. grade average for
athletes and to increase the num number.
ber. number. of. units they must carry in
the offceason. ?
Additionally the representatives
at the winter meeting voted unani unanimously
mously unanimously to uphold penalties, already
levied i against four member
school for permitting excessive
financial aid to athlete:-';
i However, at 'the first "session of
the' two-day winter -'meeting "the
fathers considered only four points
pf -new 10-point code-proposed
by rot presidents' council last
month' and made no announce announcements
ments announcements on changes in the regula regulations
tions regulations to permit additional financial
aid to athletes.' J -.
The 'proposed code offered In
creased money aid for athletes but
21 (flack Jack! W
Wins 15 In 18 Yejf;
Canf Gain In NHL
The 27-year-old Finsterwald
hask quite an Impressive golf
record behind him. in 1955 he
captured the Ft. Wayne.- India-'-r' "7 vJ" : X
lumoia upeo oeeiaes iin'Rinii
second In the Colonial National.
Here are e few ol his 1956 ac ac-comolishments
comolishments ac-comolishments Dow nicked-up
iam fnr fil tMr nla finish
In the Tuscon Open invitatlon invitatlon-laL
laL invitatlon-laL third place ih the Miami
l Beach Open Invitational good
for Slow, tne winner of tne i
Carlinps Open Invitajional play
ed ine sunset country ciuo
in Sappiftgtonv Missourt which NEW YORK, Jan. S (CD-
netted him $5000 and ws a-c-jThe Montreal Caiiadiens have
ond to Arnold Palmer In -tb lost only 'three of their last' 18
Eastern Open Invitational-he'd! games but still can't pick up. any
at the Mt. Pleasant Oolf Club ground in the National Hockey
in Baltimore. Maryland. He also. Lei gue race. -
recently raotured tha Colombia ,Th defendinf Stanley' Cu
Open at Barranquilla. fchampions suffered further frustra-
mis ru De rinsierwaws" -itrsi ,non ia siit wnrn n y
time in the Panama Open and! were eM to a 3-1 tie by the last last-he
he last-he will be going all out for the place Chicago Black Hawks in the
llona share ef the $7500 priit'only league action. They wrw trail
money. -v the nece setting Detroit Red
.Ticket for the toornamert, Wings by thm polntt end are two.;
are presently on sate at all eo:i ; points back of seeono place notion
vs 20th Infantry.
Wednesday, Jan. 9 Xasc0
Batteries vs cerveceria.
Thursday. Jan. 10 O 1 u d
Agency vs Army Signal.
Friday, Jan. i'- mn iniantry
vs Tasco Batteries.
NEW YORK (UP) The national
basketball team of Israel, which
was forked to withdraw from the
Olympic competition because of
the hostilities in the Mideast, will
ooen a cross-country tour of the
United States with a game at
Madison Souare Garden Sunday
afternoon, Feb. 3.
Today j Encanto J5 -. .20
f Double in CinemaScopei;.
. "- James Mason in..". k
"RinflFR THAN LIFE"..f 4.
- -BUS STOP"
"SECRET OF TREASUR17'
Howard Duff in in-"BLACK
"BLACK in-"BLACK JACK KETSHUM
! I -K
club and- Officers and NCO
Oubs. Prieeg are set at fl for
the Golf Clinic, $1.50 for Thurs
day ana rnday Jan. 20 and II
and 2.50 for the Saturday and
Goals bv Hank Ciesla and Jack
Mclntyre gave Chicago a 2- lead
in the first period. However, the
Canadiena scared three' straight
coals two by Maunee Richard-
Sunday matches scheduled for 'to take a J-2 lead midway through
Jan. 12 and 1J. Season tickets ;tbe seeond period.
eo for (vr'y J5 00. a $3 00 av-l But Harry Watson tied the score
inn. Mi'itarv personnel get acsiB for Chicsgo later ia the ses ses-baTaiati
baTaiati ses-baTaiati ii pike. i.
v -ml mm .;
The demand is for
t moothnea. Cavour and fratrtace are
ualltltifl well understood br'the trus
"ludKt of. thla ; superb Scotch Whlskr 7.
Have vou tried It?
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' SUNDAY. JANUARY 1957
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Sr rates and ilnformation-
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tRANSPORTES BAXTER. S. V
Phona 2-2451 rl'
, LtaMi RWi
lANAMA R1WNG SCHOOL
-Ridin, & ftPTi!.:
j to 5 ." Miana 2-2451
. of by appoinrmo rnr.
PREPARE FOR HOLIDAYS
LEARN KET 5Tr.r iv
'Sop. Cha Cha Cha. Mwnlw,
Meringue, Tamborlto etc
Good until 15s7
,; Balboa Service Center
-'"SPECIAL COLD WAVE
" $7 50
Monda? Thru Thwaday
t It personnel nd
er..i.. famlliea only.
With F 1.2 Lens
I I Mil 111 II
Panami N. York CoWn
Science is Turning
More to the Arts;
And Higher Wages
ftOCHESTER, N. Y. (UP)
t. ia nith an increas-
ing shortage of engineering and
science graduates,1 is turning
more and more to liberal arts stu students,
dents, students, reports Ward L. Taylor of
the University of Rochester.
T.vlnp nlarement officer, said
the number of firms engaging lib liberal
eral liberal arts graduates is stil far be
low the riormal demand for BftaV
"Rut Im added, "the under
supply of new technical personnel
is compelling industry to the rea rea-ization
ization rea-ization that ibera arts graduates
can be employed effectively in
many manufacturing processes if
adeouate orientation and on-the-
job training is provided."
Savior believes -the ever-ad
vancing demand for college-
tflrtned personnel that began m
1951 will continue for at least an another
other another year and perhaps for ad
iie said the UR placement of office
fice office already has received an
"overwhelming" number of re requests
quests requests for campus recruiting vis visits
its visits from business firms and gov government
ernment government agencies.
"And we've had to turn many
away because the eng.neering re recruiting
cruiting recruiting schedule for 1356-57 is
filld," Taylor added.
Jfigures compiled by the UR
placement office show that mem members
bers members of the 1956 graduating class
were sought by more employers
and .received more offers with
higher starting salaries than those
of- any preceding year.
J'An interesting point," Taylor
revealed, "is that employers were
not as concerned as they were a
year ago about every applicant's
Ike For Defeat
Of Sen. Welker
'WASHINGTON, Jan. 5 (UP) -Sen.
Joseph R. McCarthy (R-Wis)
aid .yesterday Pres. Eisenhower
n4 the White House were reswm
iU!e?for Ue defeat of Sen. Her
mOT!" "Welker (R Ida) last Novem-
KeCarthy, a frequent critic of
th 1 administration, interrupted
(mate debate on a proposal to
cbansa the chamber's rules to
iak the accusation.
He said Mr. Eisenhower ea ea-larsed
larsed ea-larsed a magazine article by Paul
Hoffman whka skid Welker had
place la the Republicaa party
KeCarthy also said the "White
Ffmu House palace guard"
rased money in New York to fi finance
nance finance campaign opposition te
Welker. wtio unseated by t
Pmfcrtic newcomer, youthftj"
FOR SALE: Single bad $10;
mahogany desk $40; metal
lounging chairs with spring euh euh-iont.
iont. euh-iont. Call Panama 3-3347'.
FOR SALE: Nprga automatic
washar, HV4 eu. ft. rtfrigera rtfrigera-tor
tor rtfrigera-tor Both 60 cycles. Phona Coro Coro-at
at Coro-at 85-4235.
FOR; SALE: Quartermaster ma ma-hogany
hogany ma-hogany extension table, 2 leave
: $15. .Housa 721 -A, El Prido,
FOR SALE: 'One
chifforoba $35; ona boy's ma
hogany chlrforoba $30; one t
lectrolux vacuum claaner with at attachment
tachment attachment $40; ona 45-gallon
fiih aquarium complete $75;
radio, table model $15; miscel miscellaneous
laneous miscellaneous household articles. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Kobba 6276.
FOR SALE: Gas itova, Cold Cold-ipot
ipot Cold-ipot ah? conditioner, excellent
condition. Phona 6-580 or 2 2-T859.
T859. 2-T859. Canal Zone.
American Family interested in
threefour bedroom house. La
Cresta or El Cangrejo sections,
unfurnished or partially furnish,
ad. Phona Baquia 3-7211 during
office hours or 2-0629 after of office
fice office hours.
Ai fr s t
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CUESS WH0?7That clown in the center is none other than
tough guy Jimmy Cagney, made up for his role of Lon Chaney,
in "The Man of n Thousand Faces." Visiting him on the set
in Hollywood are actors Jimmy Stewart, left, in costume for
"Night Passage" and Orson Welles, complete with plastic nose
for his ranch-baron role in "Pay the DeviL" S
CAMERA COSTUME An Kalian costume of bygone days
rootrasts wiih a modern: studio camera during a filming in
Fome Italy. Actor Vittorio Gaseman sUrs in- the production of
"Kenn and direcse the film himself, his first such undertaking.
' Ten thousand square feet of office space on one one-floor,
floor, one-floor, to ona-or several parties In hew modern
building to be constructed in excellent location with
ample park mj area. Available for November 1957
occupancy. Willing to design to tenants, specifica specifications
tions specifications on long term contract! Thest Interested writ
P. O. Box 4292 Panama, R
FOR SALE: 1951 Morria Mi Minor,
nor, Minor, good condition. Phone Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. 3-0400. i 1 i
FOR SALE: 1940 Pontiac
Coupe, good condition, $ IOC.
Phone Balboa 1360 Mon. to f ri.
after 4:30 p.m. V.i s
(,:. . V'i
LOST & FOUND
LOST: Small blac and white
dog, male," Terrier-Cocker, wears.,'
ing black liarnejs Wth ,ta No.
36 ''and identification tag. Sub Substantial1'
stantial1' Substantial1' reward for safe returner
reliable": information -regarding
whereabout!. Call Sine Orr,
Balfjoa-HOS or write box 382,
Balboa, ..Mrs.'; C.Z. i.-
FOR SALE: Retiring), must aell;
fully furnished house, Santa Cla Clara
ra Clara Beach Also one unfurnished
house. Phone 6-441.
FOR SALE: Beautiful residence
in El Valle, 1900 meters. 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, completely furnished, liv--ing-dining
room, kitchen, bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, maid's room with bath,
electric plant, bed linen, kitch kitchen
en kitchen utensils, china, stove, 'refri 'refrigerator,
gerator, 'refrigerator, radio, record player,. etc.
with all conveniences -as a City
home.. Has river. $9200. Phone
' : 1 Z-,-
it lilt. . i
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 1
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX I2U. CRISTOBAL. C.Z,
Dr. handshake Medical Clinic.:
: Day Night -service. Opposite.
Chasaj Bank. Phone 2-3479.
CLAUDINA VDA. DE RODRI-'
r GUEZ, who was the dressmaker
.in Curundu is leaving the shop
, after Jan; 6th, but will be avail avail-fable
fable avail-fable to fi' old customers and
anybody who needs any kmd of
jwOrk.Mn dressmaking at her
home, Calle Domingo Diaz 13-.
,' 34, downstairs, Apt. next to the
Club Sports & Aa. 4 da Julio.
Phone 2-1680 Panama.
' i 1
FOR SALE: thoroughbred
Cocker Spaniel pups. Phone:)-.
FOR SALE: '51 Chevrolet Bel-.
Air, low mileage; 9 Venetian
blinds, width 50 inches; nwv!
tapes, $6 ea.; electric clock; 2'j
Q.M. twin beds, $20; 1 mahogtC
any desk $35; maple coffee ta- :
ble $10; 1 step table $10;
electric broiler $8; 1 vanity $12;
misc. hpusehold goods. Phone 2 2-1829.
1829. 2-1829. House 5627-B, Diablo
FOR SALE: 1956 TV Emerson,
blonde table model, excellent re reception
ception reception on. 60-cycle, only three
months old $95; Revere maga maga-slne
slne maga-slne MOVIE CAMERA,' F.3.5
lens, 5-speed shutter, with case.
Phona 82-3287 Quarry Hts.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS FOR
SALE: Sealed bids, for opening
in public, will be received at the
o M I C f. of Superintendent of
. Storehouses, Balboa, for the fol fol-lowing
lowing fol-lowing Hems: INVITATION N.
) S-57-318-r-tlectrk and gasoline -angina
driven welding macbinas,
cargo trucks; drill press machine,
saw grinding machine, saw filing
and jointer machine, grinding
machine, office safes, compress compressed
ed compressed air system, gasoline pumps,
pipe threading machine, hoist,
sawing machine, saw, hacksaw
machine, paint mixing machines,
and glass nd surface polishing
machine.' To be opened 10:30
a.m. JANUARY 11, 1957. IN INVITATION
VITATION INVITATION No. S -57 320
Power driven trucks, pneumatic
tampers, steam table, Westing Westing-house
house Westing-house range, show cases, mattress mattresses,
es, mattresses, cash register, 'scales, tank,
pump, surgical cabinets, badsida
tables, cutter, baler1, baking oven,
coffee urn, cooking kettles, ba basal
sal basal metabolism apparatus, and
cardiettes. To be opened 2:30
p.m.. JANUARY 11, 1957.
INVITATION No. S-57-319
Soda water bottling equipment
and spare parts.' To be opened
10:30 a.m., JANUARY 25.
1957. Invitations may be obtain obtained
ed obtained from office of Superintendent
of Storehouses, telephone 2 2-1086.
1086. 2-1086. Radio, TV Stations
Chided For failure
To Produce Reports
WASHINGTON, Jan. 5 (UP)
Chairman Albert Gore of the
Senate Elections subcommittee
said today that:-about 720 radio
and television stations have not
reported the volume of political
broadcasts, earned in last year s
presidential and senatorial elec election
tion election campaigns.
The subcommittee requested
siH-h data from, 4,000 stations.
Twelve political committees, in including
cluding including one Democratic and one
Republican state committee, also
1-avent 'complied .with the v sub subcommittee's
committee's subcommittee's request for a final
report on contributions and ix-
penditures. Gore said.
He said after a subcommittee
Lmeeting today that the group was
'unanimous in nope tnat we will
rot have to trse 'our subpenn
power or even threaten to use U."
Second requests were being
telegraphed to those that have not
complied. Gore said he -exoected
t'- subcommittee- .to make its
final report by iaa. 31.
Cook 1st class
ATTENTION. G. 1.1 Just built
, modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold v Vatsr.
Phona Panama 3-494 U
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,.
ment,. apartment,. 3 bedropms, living-dining
room, porch,, kitchen, terrace,
maid's room: Peru Ava. 37-91.'
FOR RENT,- Large and ventilat ventilated
ed ventilated apartments an 4th. of July
Avenue, (T1-352 facing en entrance
trance entrance to Quarry Heights). In Inquire
quire Inquire same building, 9 to 12
a.m. and 2 to 6 p.m. or phona
FOR RENT,; 2-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, porch, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, maid's room, laundry and
playground, all screened. Call 3
3742, El Cangroie, & -t
FOR RENTr- Large apartment.'
Living and dining ream, porch,
. 2 bedrooms, largaj, kitchen,
' maid's roomaUJathr9ome, ga ga-:
: ga-: rage, $115. Calf "Panama 3-
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 12'Avft, boat with
-sails, canter board rudder:. Good
condition. Phona 3-2346
WANTED: Bi-lingual clerks
with correspondence knowledge.
Apply Servicios y Colocaciones,
Camara da Comarcio, Apt. 9.
WANTED: Young seamstress,
experienced in curtains. Must
speak English. "Dacoraciones
Roberto," Phona 3-4904. Via
Espana or Via Porras.
WANTED: SALESMEN, bl-lin-gual,
axperienca preferred but'
net necessary.. Apply between 9
a.m. and 1 1 :30 a.m. at Moder Moderns,
ns, Moderns, 96 Kodak Patio.
Has Spoiling Tasfe
Says Food Importer
PHILADELPHIA (UP) n
tastes "almost" like smoked oys
iers ana lis tiavor is "a
more sp o r t i n g." v What
Smoked octopus, a
Martin A. Da brow (president of
renn ooas Distributors) hopes
octopus imported from
Japan, will have the same accent.
ance that fried grasshoppers have
Never heard of fried vrasshon-
yerar uaurow i iirm sola over
iw.oou cans last year.
Da brow said the tents Mm nf
tne octopus are as edible a the
ciaws o the lobster, "and more
"I never sell anvthin or hrin
it into tne country unless I first
eai it myself," Dabrow said.
"Smoked octopus tastes lmt
like smoked oysters, and its flavor
is a little. more sriortincr
A few years ago Dahrnw Im
ported fried agave worms (Guas (Guas-nos
nos (Guas-nos le Maguey Fritos) from Mex Mexico.
ico. Mexico. Although the worms didn't
sell too well, Dabrow said, he has
built a Substantial businmu nn
other exotic delicacies.
Showing at Your Service
DIABLO HTS. 2:30 7:01
Mon. Trice of Fear"
MARGARITA t:3o, 6:15 8:30
"The Prond and Profane".
Monday "The Prisoner"
Alr-Conditioned 2:00 -f:10 :20 1:35
THiyptSi THSt OWATlT
AL&O SHOWINU MONDAY!
PARAISO :15 1:40
SANTA CRUZ Ctl- 1:20
"SEVEN fUTirs OF ftni n"
. TIRED OF THE SAME OLD
You'll enjoy, a vacation at the
SAN JOSE INN-,
Address; San Jose Inn, San Josa,
' Casta Rica.
. Gramlich's Santa. Clara Beach
Cottages... Modern Conveniences,
moderate rates. Phona Gamboa
; FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach housa. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phono Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages,
Santa Clara. Box 335 Diablo-Hts.
.phone Panama 3-1 877,. Cristobal
In Yellow fever
AUSTIN, Tex. (UP)-Unlver-sltyof
Texas scientists and fed federal
eral federal authorities are cooperating in
a: aiect"' aimed at guarding
against possible .Hhreat of a yel yellow:
low: yellow: fever epidemic In the United
States,,- ; v
iJunKle mosquitoes of the type
that transmits the yellow fever .vi .virus
rus .virus were found last fall in Texas'
Rio Grande Valley, an area that
adioins the Mexican border.
In an effort to block reappear reappearance
ance reappearance of the dread disease m the
United States, the office of the
U.S. surgeon general provided
$9,243 for University of Texas re research
search research on the biology and distribu
tion of the Haemagogus mosquito.
Though no longer common in
humans, iunele mosquitoes and in
fected animals have kept the dis
ease alive in Central and boutn
Dr. O. P. Brelard, a university
zoology professor in charge of the
research project, said in the last
few years,, it has been, noted that
the yellow lever .virus w p p-eressinB
eressinB p-eressinB uorthward" and "it is
possible, f if the progressibn cin-
tinues, tnat, tne virus wui reapuc
in this country."
Breland pointed oiit that though
only a few jungle mosquitoes have
been found within U.S. borders,
they constitute a threat because (
the virus couia reacn epidemic;
nrnnnrtinns if transmitted to the
common mosquito, Aedes aegypti,
large numbers in uus
of CZ Girl Scout
All adult registered Girl Scoutst
are urged to attend tne .Annum
Meeting of the Canal Zone Girl
Scout Council next Tuesday
morning, January 8th, in the
Albrook Officer's Club. Coffee
will be served from 8 a.m. and
the business meeting will com commence
mence commence nt S a.m. Those who will
desire to remain for luncheon
after the meeting may mane
reservations on Monday witn
the Girl Scout Office on the
Prado in Balboa, telephone 2-
The canal Zone Girl Scouts'
apopintment type 1957 Calendar
Is still avauipie, in limited
quantity, at tne uiri scout --flee
flee --flee on the Prado in Balboa, Tel.
Center Theatres Today!
Tnes. "Foreign Intrigue"
GATUN 2:3 r 7:89
"A DAT OF FURY"
CRISTOBAL 2:30 7:00 -Alr-Conditloned
Eva Marie Saint
"THE CERTAIN FEELING"
Men. "No Man's Woman"
for thm first timet
a VISTA VISION
LA BOCA 7:00
"Footsteps In The Fag"
CAMP BIRED 8:13 -. 1:05
"A Kiss Before Dying"
course in Ballroom Dancing for
J.or High School atu'enta
wfe i'n- 9,h-' DORESE'
WAITES SCHOOL OF" DANC-
ING, Columbu, Club. Balboa.1
- P"ne 2-2363 after 6:30 p.m.
Wanted to Buy3
W"iL P to $500 for a
fort ar Chevy. Balboa 2-3630.
LUUUjJ Southern half
suffering from worst
,LJ ', Some parts drier
than the "Dust Bowl" days
drought in 20 years.
or rue 3V$
Reservoirs at all-time low.
Light sprinkhno of snow in mouo-
taim will no t relieve 'barren
plains ond fields, -:'? v
I 4 I i T-l sUl!J
MMifj visHi.ia .iif r:;;:.;:;,:,;:;:;, . .m r ;;:;;,:;:::;:; :i
mate worst water short- I V Y
oge in 700 years, Grass 1 ........ V C I
bleached white. V ";
MODERN "DUST. BOWL --Drougr-sfricken states indi-.'
cated on Newsmap. wiU.be visited by President Eisenhower'!
in mid-January, the -White House announced recently..' He T
will, hold conferences with, federal, state and local officials as
well as the farmers themselves .The dearth 'of rainfall -over ,'
. the past several years has caused, multi-million-dollar damage
to spme of the country's mosl productive crop areas. The t
drought, -said to be the area's most, severe in 700 yeasn; baa I
ert 3tate income and-farmer profits drasttcly.jr i, r -v-'
f f& M II kill fa ilh v
DADDY OF: THEM"ALL-rCapped with glistening star, and
garbed in a robe of 5,000 multicolored light bulbs, this 300-1 ;t
year-old live' dak' at Wilmington, N.Ci boasts : the title of,
"world's largest living Christmas tret.'T Decorated for the i
first time in 1929, the majestic tree- has s limb spread of 110 :
feet and is 55 feet tall. :: I .' ;V;'l' 1 ."
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fLASH!, Grand Filiate i
: C at 'the LUX TODAY at 4:00 KM.
with the Champion Dan-Dan.
Wonderful prizes: A bicycle, a pair of skates,
: 1 baseball mitt and Duncan yo-yos
. FOR RENT
FOR RENT r Chalet, residential
sector, 4 bedrooms, hot water,
fenced, 7th Street Golf Heights.
Phone 2-2407 or 3-364l.;
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom chafat.'
pomlngo Diaz Settlement (jnge (jnge-nio).
nio). (jnge-nio). For information inquire Nn.
; V tueblo:,Nuevo, vPhona 3-'
482? Carlos), .
Jail Many areas too
dry to sew wheat; in
I other t actions ted
failed to sprout..
Almost whole state
declared disaster area.
Com and feed crops hit.
Cottle ponds dried up.
WA WM Surface moisture
sapped by high winds,
odding threat of wind
erosion. Trees dying.
kliflAII but five of state's 254
counties declared disaster areas. Esti Esti-mated
mated Esti-mated 750million-dollar loss this yeart
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SUNDAY, JANUARY 0, 1957 r
THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
' PA9I, NINt
Expert JeA kJlt
1W mJO l. l
tJurkey fichi turnovers
j Sf ftouer Prem ;
i mmm&. S$t mmms, ,111111 ?.
- .fiiiiiiiii mmmsmsmmmm'if
NEA Food ancf
USE leftover holiday turkey In
really tempting t; turnovers, then
keep In. your ircezer to use later
on. Do the same with piquantly
flavored creamed turkey Serve
these during the. next iew months.
Mrs. Betty Frascclla of Trenton,
N..J, taught us this trick. She says
she uses the turnovers, for lunch
for her two school-age children
' Turk Pickle Turnovers
- T rt,.'rhnnDed cooked talk
' r mTI i, Aoinrv.
y, W '-J -r VT
i. iippg trisD cooked bacon.i
crumbled; '4 teaspoon salt,-1 re
cipe plain, pastry, z .lapiespuuus
melted butter or margarine.
Combine turkey, cel. P"kies
bacon, paprika, onion and salt;
i .mmi unit nut iisrtvrv on lightly
YT ----- J1 M M 1
in.ip.ri urfaex to; a I"-! n c n
of tiirt a with abollt :, V cup
turker'oiixtureZ'iltl dough oyerj
turkey mixture, seai euge; vi
tops. Arrange turnovers "on un
Eyeglass frames with rhineatone
'- trim are very ; pretty but t ft e y
, ahould be kept tor evehing wea.
Daytime frame should be .g r e y
in shape and color,' but-generally
. Wherever you possibly- 'an' af afford
ford afford it, quality 1 the best-buy. -In."
fashion." Ytfu get 'good Hnesr fine
xaorics and excellent detailing for
your money.' And therefore, you
get clothes that last far longer and
' atand up well under repeated dry
cleanings or launderings.
A housewife : seldom needs as
large or varjed' a mardrobe as the
girl who ''works. '.But her ; winter
wardrobe should include one good
dark wool dress cut. on simple, Jin-'
ts. It will do; fot dinners at, home
and out, for j luncheons or any
lightly dressy oe'easion. ;. .'' :
A Tht clothj which ; yoii '"must
weaf for; three r tnorVyeajs!
should usually be in dark or neut
ral colors. ; You can satisfy your
love of color safely by using ac-
cessories in (be fashion color of
the moment with these clothes.
The- bond strip lastex swlmsuit Ukes IU place m the tacl
during winter vacation. This boy-leg wlmsit y
shirtjnaker front with self-covere battona and contrast rautc
By GAILE DUGAS, NEA Women's Mito., ,;
greased baking sheets and bake in
not oven 425 oegrees .) 2U to i
minutes or until lightly browned,
berve witn listive icKle Jjance,
f oslivo PickU Sauce
" Melt 3 tablespoons butter or mar margarine;
garine; margarine; aud a u.espoon all-pur-nosfl
iiour and 1 leasuoon papia.
mix weu. uraauauy aad' V cups
chicken stocK or bouUlon ana cook
over low heat, stirring constantly,
until tnickeneo.,, t; ,.. .
Ada V: cup -sweet pickle uauid
DicKies; mix'weu au umv w
v, ten oera Dure, scaring occasion-
t stew.u salt and
pepper, bcrve over iumey ncmei
To hfon: Wrap in moisiure-
vaporproof paper, eai and tieeze
,0 tnw: uiiwiap anU bake un uncovered
covered uncovered in Jiot;6veui,C5U5' uegrees
f.i i miuu.es. .1
TOMORftOWS: DINN ERr'tTurk-
ey pickle .turnovOiSf';witn,: ,fetuv
-sauce; CtaAm'iMf rlCe.Scaimed gren.
peans,"ry oreaa puwei- ut
ganne, cannea pearnes. nuv coo
iea,.' coffee,; tea, jnttlm?&?
By BETSY. WADE
more physically safe if he's learn
ed to balance ana ciiraD as soon,
as he wanted to, rather than hav
ing been restricted on the basis
of safety. They suggest letting Ba Baby
by Baby shinny if he shows a desire.
Many Babies love the outdoors
so much they raise an awful fuss
at going-in time, It may help to
mention what a going to be in
doors?. Daddy, or juice and a coo
kie or going to see a Inend. Baby
docsnt' care Touch !about your hav
ing to cqoK, ;iipweer.f v y
".JJothers-' who feel- guilty about
leaving a sleeping two-month Ba
by with 'a baby sitter ought to re
member they need the time out
in order to manage better. They
also ought to remember that the
younger Baby gets used to sitters,
the easier.it is, ; ; v
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There's a preview of spring and the 1930 look (left) in these
corduroy separates. The new ten-inch length for after-Ave wear
is done in velvety beige- corduroy with a softly-pleated skirt
that's literally yards wide. There's a camisole bodice worn under
a short, emi -fitted jacket. Middy top and skinny pants (center)
By GAILE DUOAS
NEW YORK (NEA)-Corduroy,
along with other 'fabrics, has blos blossomed
somed blossomed into the ladylike look.
it'a as much in evidence as ev-
xr for beachwear, separates and
sportswear. But this year k is at-
Qive 3iari aCooh,
lAdd UearS Jo Jace
' THE hard,' painted eyebrow Is
not only aging; it creates an air
of unattractive artificiality. If your
eyebrows' must be sketched in,
there's a right way to go at it.
First, pluck your eybrows to con conform
form conform as nearly as. possible with
the" right brow shape for you. (Na-,
t cmt met hands. OUl .ine
wrong brow shane; than it's up tojal people are .paranoic, that's
you to Improve it.) Pluck from be-,whatl They just can't credit you
low the brow always, and get out. with anything butt heir own nasty
ail the stragglers.
Wnw nketch in yoar new brows
with light, quick strokes that co
py the actual eyebrow nairs as
rloselv as nosr'ble. Never simply
draw one hard, continuous line.
a liehtcr oencil for the end of;
the brow and then apply very
ii-kv J.iclino nt nnwder with a
"ft" a .
swansdown or lamb's wool puff.
THE best time to soak away
those rough spots on eibows and
heels U wen you take your night night-iy"
iy" night-iy" atnk 'lnsiead of-poppmg in
lie tub and out, try -vo take time
to mane your batn a ieisurely at at-tair
tair at-tair at least twice weev
Follow up ,th soaking wuh.
gooa, stiff oruso tor bom elbows
and heels and then finish up with
a natural pumice stone. Cream
both heels and eibows as careful
ly as you ao your nanas.
jid while y'ou'rf about it, don't
forget a body lotion for your legs.
In winter weather, it's especially
important to guard against that
dry and flaky look. -..
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BEST way to guard against a
reiliv lona -stretch of dieting is to
get (rid of excess pounds when, (left) in a 'IAiglon design. Har Har-lib
lib Har-lib first -show up. if you gain five'leouin print is usetT with rcmov-
pcunds and shew a. tendency to able collar of whit linen and oat oat-keep
keep oat-keep on -going, it'a time to call a rcW patent leather belt. Three Three-ha'.U
ha'.U Three-ha'.U You need neither a rigid diet quarter sleeves ar worn pushed
nnf 1 lnnff nn at this oointt yo ub. - i
need self-control tnd a check-up
on the small things that add up to
many calories. ;
For instance, cut out desserts..
salad dressings .and gravies ata
limit yourself to one pat of butter
a day. Watch the extras the nibb
ling at parties and between meals.
Stay sternly away from candy and
take your eof'ee black and sugar
Cbances are good -that atten-iied
Hon to calorics a. this point will,
keep you from real dieting later
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sa used, sometimes alone and
sometimes in happy combination
with other fabrics, for late day
dresses and separates. Jt appears
in many little jacket versions for
wear with chiffon dinner dresses.
Designers are using he chiffon chiffon-weight
weight chiffon-weight pinwale for everything, be
By MRS. MURIEL-LAWRENCE
ONE day this winter 20-year-
old friend came to see me in a ve
ry rebellious state of mind. It soon
appeared thai her plan for a week
end of skiing with a young man
had been discovered by her par
ents and got firmly stepped on,
'They're, so toavenlional they
can't see anything but their sus-
nieinn t.hat.wn'r coinir'nff t.n havo
an affair! she stormed., 'It's ab
solutely, beyond them to imagine
that we want to ski, not make
fbve. 'Goodness, how I despise con conventions
ventions conventions I thinkxthat convention-
. 'Then thev rate your compas compassion,"
sion," compassion," I said. - i
SHE stared at jne. 'What it,
you mcan?'rshe demanded. 'Are
you telling me that I shouja feel
kindly toward this idiotic rule that
says Bill and-1 can't be trusted to
behave ourselves when we're
lone?" .: .,.
'Sometimes," said, 'I distrust
By GAILE DUGAS
NEW YORK (NEA) In the
resort collections the dress with
its matching sweater continues to
promenade in varying designs and
a whole rainbow of color.
Pleats that are pleated to stay
are equally popular. And- so are
unpressed pleats or skirts of such
width that they create a tiny "Waist
The shirtwaist dress takes on
new importance this, season.
Sfeeves are yery full and are eith either
er either wrist or three-quarter length.
The shirtwaist style SDoeara in
simple .versions for day-time and 1
m runieo or Uce-tnmmed versions
lor uressy occasions.
We show the shirtwaist dress
Sweater dress fright) from this
same house teams bouffant dac dac-ron
ron dac-ron dress in pink with matching
sweater or orlon. -Both can vaca-
tion with ease since both wash
and drip dry
Messy ash trays are a mark f
poor housekeeping Best pi in is
ta see that all ash travs are emn-
each night and rinsed, too.
Then wash them, alone with the
breakfast dishest, in hot, soapy
are fn lemon yellow corduroy with checked gingham appliques
and pearl and rhinestone accents. Corduroy beach ensemble
(right) in gay and splashy print has black knit ribbing as accent.
Matching coat is for protection against' sudden- winds, of too too-much
much too-much sun oh the beach. -, 'v.. ...
ginning with; beach ensembles and
ending with evening fashions.
The color story aiso. follows the
ladylike theme, emphasizing the
pale shades: pink with a mauve
cast, slate blue, soft greens and
grays. Bui; there are sun shades,
too ... coral, apricot, hot orange,
you. For example, I'm never Sure
you will, arrive on time for ap appointments
pointments appointments you make with me. To Today
day Today I felt suspicion of your punc punctuality.
tuality. punctuality. But you don't despise me
for this." Although you know this
umitation in my trust of you, you
nnf tin liM-h H Tn)jl :
go out of your way to reassure me
you'll be on time. You not onlv
tolerate my suspiciousness but
show compassion to It.".
There Was a long pa use. 'Then
my young friend said. 'You mean
that we have to put up with con conventions
ventions conventions just as we put up with
limitations in people?"
i mcaim tnat precisely," I said.
"Then you think my parents are
right to raise all this row, over a
weekend with Bill?" 4
'Understandable," I said!' 'Hu
man. Not perfect. Therefore they
are to be treated with forbearance.
just as you want your limitations
treated with forbearance. Conven
tions are extension of our parents.
Jean. It's as silly to despise them
as it is to revere them,".
O.K.,"t.he. said. 'But j tell joi
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' t Ltv ijKm it V
lemon. And for true! high fashion,'
there's the subtle look of all-beige
from head t.n toe v lJ'luhi'.
Patio" or hostess1 costumes are
si own wko. nomnnes 10 ; inches
from the floor.rThis is art off-lhoot
of the Parisian daytime 10-inch
lengths, v1.; !'' '".
) cHomemaltUiti ', ;
pillowcases -.are,- an nexpcnslvease ., in .PVT2 L Tml .0dimarsnra- "w cuP-r,i?o
way ,to brighten up V, bedroomeen ..",aa,-i
..WJF T.M HIHIMI1
a u.. j.. .j.i: s.u
deal for the familv of three or'sixl'
aeai wr inc mmny oi mree or six
ThimiMin. milk mi h nu H.n.'cannea OIICSI, vu"- t-.t
Jhe lirst time you try out a new""-" '" "11. T.u tv,
recipe, foHdwit exactly Th)r ii nd
time to experiment, uut on- e
you've got the hang of it, change
it as mucH as you like. 1
,.;.: ... ...V
If you're'golng to use your .oven,
it's economical to use -the broiler
at the same jtime. Thus, if there's
a roast, and a casserole in the ov
en you, migpt put a broiling' chiq?!1
ken Inio the. broiler at .ne same
time. Then you've cold chicken to
serve the next day.
this. If you were my moth e r,
would you let me go?"
. 'No,,f I said
'I love vou." she said and lot
up from her chair to come-over
and kiss me
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CINCINNATI Ohio (NEA)
RoTnTcSg for a sU f?mi-j
th nr hut tnn mnicuut;s
grow when a woman is a member
of a committee of a church group
Vll. v..-B I
Expert advice is neeoeo. airs
gry people are her job. twn. ; ,j
Her best bit of counsel is: -McMullen provided V!Aot
"When you are planning a me-i fect .mcnu. iof .50 young peopfiH;
nu for a crowd, think fu-st of whatla chu,.ch or sch0ol gjoup AehlcTr
will be. popular with the i greatest th an jx thcrasfivcs iof jnt
number not what you happen to,evenlng par,y Thig is heI. menu:
hke yourself." , Barbecued ground beet 0n buns,
Then she simpimes it Dy. ;
'Most people Uke the laminar
focds. You can serve xnese tooas
g -rnished a bit differently or rnaxe
some other minor change that will
mkR them, seem new while still
completely acpeptable to m,o s t
tastejj." .-.f yi::-'-'x:'
t The high quality, atwacwveiy
omrorf fnrwt lit, th UC Student rU-
Bibn reflects Mrs. McMUen,s train
j- tn: tt at I i.iiT 1 Anal
ina as "dietitian ana .uumwuvu"
food manager; -t'ni :
uao ktra COMMUTE E mem
bers of group' dinners know that
f.fre is more to menu planning
than mentis, the ey. Costs for m
stance. Mrs McMuiien nas-vue n
' irinn vecrptahle choices rom
thu. standpoints., of 'popularity and
swers to many-ol meir quesuona. mjX get 0ne which has WCidry l
What looda are most popular? milk in lt .- .-.v yv. r I
:?Bee.:to' almost any, "form is ,- .. vr'V-.
knuuipf iii that one.' ? Thn all thev need to din is Kent
CdlllltU aaaa, .-- ( m r ,EU'"
peas, -frozen. mixed.. vegetables, orode is easy and very good. U,
carrots, which are availale the canned appleiauce it need Mot
vftar acouna ana cu vv"",
m interesting ways." she goes.on.
'Avoid eanned. i-omatoes greens,
' ,,.. onions
hhaM (except-as slaw), onions
beets : these aren't popular.
"The; most- popular salads, are
tossed greens, canoage sisw anu
i ...1,1, t it Tho fruit
Mnur ahnnt, hreuds?
v!-Chisty rolls' are the easiest and
r. nnit nnnular. If you want 'a
hot bread, brown-nnd-serve rolls onion, 1V4 cups chopped eeierjuj
. i I .Hi. .1 : :l , a -1
are prODaniy me cuuuo
there Is oven space to bake them ;
as you need them,-" is nor opinion,
DESSERTS FOR A .group ain
ner? meat: ..
"Pie Is probably the most popu ... ...-lar,"
lar," ...-lar," she says. 'But use the two Eight pounds ground lean beej
cnl'4. fruit type, not meringue- 2 tablespoons salt. ",rA.,
topped cream pin. ; I
'Cobblers or fruit betties wnch1 To prepare the sauce, cook,
can be made in lar'e baking pans! chopped onion and celery in the.
are easy to make and serve. (shortening, in a heavy skillet; ,pT
'Take advantage of what's In Ikettle large enough to hold, alLlb.
itn marnci. men s iiuinnij nicer,
than a eood baxrd apple- when
you '"can 4 buy thertreasonJjW
Shortcake; ; made of indivl
itorpK tonued with fruit and a dab
of- whipped cream make an ea-
sy anU safe dessert. Avoid creamg
puffs, eclairs and Boston cream
cakes- these aU require refr.gcr
Icabbaseiand pieklo relish, potato'
ihipg celeryi car0t sticks, hot
chocolate, spiced apple sauce a
la mode. . .. 5
. The barbecued beef recipe, is j
given below. If you- can get' Buns
in rye or. whole wheat they caJ
a pleasant "rhahge from whiter 2
'You can make an excellenWoo
lish to serve witl- the'-barbecujf
by combining one part ground-tr
t ;n. i
finely chopped cabbag with two
par's pickle relish. It can be por portioned
tioned portioned out ahead of time into pa
per serving cups." f
Mrs. McMullen suggests that
the youns people set a package
or two of an instant hot cnocoia.a
wainr tn hnillnc and follow thmi I
reeiions on the package. :Pop-
SPICED 4PPI PASAUCS
ue cunit u. a.ir in cuiuauiuir iw
taste., This can be dipped, Out.into,
serving dishes ahead of Mmafii
enrvint, t m t-nn i' u, ih A1:
,gervinB time topi; with a slide b
ice cream, which you can buy re.
dy sliced, Mrs. McMullen
(50 Half-Cup Servings)
One and one-half cups choppa4
tuu snunening ui qu, 3.;ug?r'
brown sugar, 2 tablespoons pre-,'
parea mysisru, cup vinegsu;,, a
quirn tomato sauce or puree
frequently, until vegetables aae
beginning to be rather trens
parent. Add all remaining sauce
ingredients. This sauce can evef"
be made up a day ahead if yo
Near serving time, coolt th
ground beef in large, heavy -sku x
lets on medium heat on suffice
burners, stirring fi-equently, until
red color is out. Or you cart "tip
th-. beef in the oven in a large'
baking pan use a rather hot e."
en, about 400 degrees F., about"
IS minutes. AFTER red color is
ou., add the salt. Combine ttji
meat and the sauce and simmer
gently for flavor to blend for4 1
to 2D minuses. This. too. may' be'"
done in the over if you wish -use
a slow, moderate oven, about JJf?
degrees F. -
Serve one-half cup of the ihtxVT
ture on each bun. If you have the
facilities for toasting the bnv
this is an fide- refinement and
prevents the barbecue from soakj
ing in quite so much. VJ
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Good shoes are a good fasaie,
mvestment. Anl each time yea..
boy a pair, let the salesman meant
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sure your Toot even tnouga yo
think you know your shoe sire.Eor
member that If a shoe a good,
needs ao reaking in; it shwokUba
comfortable from. the first da.n
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Your clothes should not : I l
to a clothes closet sri ooi aiyon
rome same. Try banging them-, ot
hanera oa the shower rod ia.tr?
bathroom to give thra a chanca
to air. Thea itrush thraa Uiroach
ly with a clothes brush and placa.
them in the closet
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All Along the Canal They're Saying
off! my msnaewf:
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2 Reoy tiory .on page 6
.Jim Final, a eow-
bay it serving term In The pan pan-itintiary
itintiary pan-itintiary for cattle theft, a crime
ho did not commit. He if myste myste-ritufrly
ritufrly myste-ritufrly takan from hit call, given
Jbath and an extra good maal.
One of the guards finds a rope,
Luv h. had wound around his
bddv as part of art escape plan.j
I FINAL spent the remainder
,. Aati in thp snake den.
' ft must have been close to 9
when they came for him. He ptac-
ti the time by the changed per per-topnel
topnel per-topnel walking sentry go along
the tops of the walls and by the
fact that the lanterns in the yard
: .11 nohtprf. A oair of guards
armed with rifles eyed him watch-
,li s Harnpr uniOCKeu iuc
.fini) and ordered him out.
f The lamps flung drab light over
S17'Sn7 nnv thoueht of resist
.....tkinn -tricing me waua
.nee. That Catling in the gun Uw Uw-r
r Uw-r "could tear a man in two. t inai
foclted his jaws- and went where
hewas told. If he wondered at the
directions he kept any disquiet he
lelfto himself. ..
' TJie iron sheeted main g a t e
ihrieked open and, very watchful
Ti-.f'o onarHs took him
I! -x. -tino him to Har-
S'own-quarUrs in the guards'
J1?. ..u th. bun tower.
building norm "- rr
6 o rnair. he found
dothes he'd been wearing when
Pe5 i'V Vid. "and pick
upVe Wt of your junk off that
VEhen he was dressed Final
-.3"5n- thinss they had
towed, he looked Dian.
for the chief part In a brake
0U-L the gab" Harper said.
.j mhrt a form across
table. He sent a
Put vour name
nencil after it.
on that bottom
It' was a receipt for his effects
..." wa. till I ant the gun."
"I Hi HOI BiB""6 a.
:-ut Marnpi snarled, ne
snatched up the paper. "Well see
the Old Man."
Under close surveillance Final
vas prodded into the night and
taken by trim walks to the ad administration
ministration administration building, also situated
outside the walls. They moved up
a dingy hallway. Harper pounded
on a door and was told to come in.
The big stem was reared back
tu. .hina nf swivel behind
h. dull cleam of a scarred flat-
topped desk. His name
ir.i. tall and ss
elected he looked like a plant kept
too long in the basement, nis eyes
were black marbles in puffy
pouches of flesh and a scraggle of
whiskers stuck out like, gray wires
from the sag of his jowl. Hed
bean paring his nails but broke off
to took up when Final was shoved
forward by Harper
"Says he won't sign till he gits
Back nis yisi"i-
T.k. emir's nose auivered like
yii t,ul' 1, L.H" I
rabbit's. "Take on mm u.
i in I
TODAY! 75 .40
100, 2:45, 4:50, 6:55, 9:00 m.
m VlSTAVlSION tad COLOR
A SOL C SIEGEL PRODUCTION
in On Mar em lov-dova
mum i iinn
-d LOUIS ARMSTRONG
AND HIS BAND
a" .1 aT'
FINAL removed it, not looking
at Cravett or the man who stood
beside him in a clawhammer coat
and black stovepipe You didn't
have to look to see the piece of
cut up tin throwing back the
lamp's shine above the glint of
the fellow's watch chain.
Though as fixed, of expression
as a redskin passing me peace
pipe, Final's feeling of confusion
and insecurity mounted when the
Super opened a drawer and push
ed nis gun across me aesn. jim
eyed the weapon distrustfully. He
was 'reaching to pick it up when
the prison boss, smiling leanly,
thwunked something else down be beside
side beside it. "Better take this along,
too," he said;' and Final found
himself staring at the rope Suds
had : found on him and passed a a-long
long a-long to Harper.
Final lifted it off the desk more
convinced than eve? that these
men wae amusing- themselves
with hisr discomfiture.' Tightening
thecoil he slipped It into his brush
iaekfet. He picked up the gun,
mdiiv inlted bv the bright gleam
af brass!' 14 the cylinder. He had
the feeling of a man 'cUmbing onto
a gallowr but hje thrust the gun
in his waistband and hoped his
face was as stiff as it felt.
The Suoer steepled blunt fingers
pveine Final across them. "You're
onins to take a little walk with
the marshal here and Cravett. Go Going
ing Going to be strictly up to you as to
whether or not you come back.
He showed a dry smile. "Don't try
Cravett touched Final's arm.
"Door's right behind you."
They went out with the sound
of dead quiet behind them and
down the crav line of closed doors
to the steps. Final's cheeks set
like granite. The night wind felt
cold against the sweat that was on
Final had no doubt of Cravett's
ultimate intention. They'd prob probably
ably probably known all thet ime that he'd
been planning to break loose.
Rigged or not, this was like to
be the best chance he'd get.
NOW the wind came again,
dankly odorous off the river, and
these rank flavors called up a
wildness, land excitement rushed
through Final. But his chances,
viewed with what was left of his
iudsment. looked too filled with in
calculable risk, ana ne snook nis
head. Once he moved he would
have to go through with it.
Now they were.c roi sing tne
shadow hung street, bars and
dapples of light all about them.
Two stern-wheelers were tied up
at the landing. A grunting line of
roustabouts were manhandling
heavy cargo. Cravett roughly shov
ed Jim. "You ain't takin' no
The street up ahead was more
heavily erowded.t fogged with the
lemon dust of its traffic; up there
the guns would have a harder time
finding him. He rode hard on im im-oatience.
oatience. im-oatience. putting no trust in the
oistol they'd given him. The Ari-
izona Hotel thrust its light across
i. 11. i -IITiim.
the walk and Cravett said, "Turn
Finar swore' under hi breath
and saw the hard grin of the
"Take them stairs beyond the
There were people In this lobby
but there weren't any people near
enough to give him the chance he
had figured on. The clerk looked
up as be approached with his es escort
cort escort and several heads came a a-round
round a-round to watch them. "Wind's git git-tin'
tin' git-tin' downright blowy," someone
said to the marshal.
The man grunted and gave Jim
Final a shove. "Up them stairs."
"Swing right," Cravett said as
they came onto the landing. "Third
There was no one else in the
corridor. Again Final desperately
considered resistance, but there
was less chance here than there
had been on the street. Disgusted
with himself Jim did as he was
told. ? -'-- i
He pushed" open the door when
a voice" siid,""Corae in."
THE room was' elegantly fur furnished.;
nished.; furnished.; -Beneath crystal chan chandelier
delier chandelier a serge-iuited man with the
build of -a" blacksmith stood with
hands In the pockets of his coat.
"Close the door," this man said.
Final stared like a fool at the
man's twisted smile. "Close it,
Jim. Your friends will wait at the
bottom of the stairs." He dropped
into a damask-covered chair as
though exhausted. j
It was no secret Joe Bob had a
bad heart condition. Jamaica rum, I
strong cigars and double-strength
creamless coffee were bound to
do something to a man's constitu constitution
tion constitution when partaken of In the
wholesale fashion the Governor
was said to employ them. Red veins
were beginning to overlay ana
coarsen his face and the hand he
brought out of bis pocket held a
noticeable tremor as he picked up
and relit a Mack cigar from the
table edre. "You're awake," be
smiled "this is no dream, be believe
lieve believe me.
His dark, self-mocking eyes con considered
sidered considered Final, eeeing the stubborn stubbornness
ness stubbornness of Jaw, the pinched lines a a-bout
bout a-bout the nose and mouth, tha whole
brashly taciturn look of him; and
he sighed, thinking bark to those
days when bo too bad felt some something
thing something of these qualities before soft
living bad embezzled them away
from him. This fellow would do.
Tempered by ill fortune and made
dangerous by the toughness three
years in that prison had ground
deep into bim, this maa looked j
desperate enough for anythina. He (
wared him over toward a chah-.i
Since, rou've recoentted me.I
we eaa dispense, wi foraafiUes.
Lievo Na Bort, Toc DerzHqdfs
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And Polnwi Fperyod
' By JAMES BARRETT -- -v 1
'V' One upon time last week r I received an urgent telephone- call to report, to
a certain office for o'rder where I wan told that since my file indicated having studied
Russian for three year at the Navy Language School at, the University of Colorado
in 1946 I would be called upon to act as an interpreter during the scheduled transit
of Russian ships during' January.
Accordinelv. so that I mieht become a 'highly skilled and competent
linguist" I was given all of
Then, on "D-day" at 0515 hours
nn .hillv and mistv Tnursaay
mOrnlng, after a sleepless night
of frantic dictlonary-mgging,
nffpo ririnkinir ana cnain smoK-
lnir (I had given,iipi smoking for.
a third time the, week before
nn1 rtminnus black' sedan turned
Into my drive to laKB me on n
my mission). ' ,"
; irn th nedan I found that the
rnt.lemen heside me were the
very sleepy captains, R. F. Boyd
and L. G. Bradshaw, who as Ca
nal Zone pilots since 1949 and
1951 respectively naa: aireauy
seen enouch transits not to be
too Impressed with what I con considered
sidered considered the thrilling imiendos of
the anxious moment.
At t.h launch landing in Ama
dor, we were joined by two Navy
"volunteers" from Coco 5 Solo,
who as equally "highly skilled
and competent Interpreters" al also
so also demonstrated evidences of
having spent sleepless and bpt-tomless-coffee-pot
clgarrettes linked one after an another.
other. another. X
distance." In the
streaks of faint and eerie dawn
we could dimly make out a hud huddle
dle huddle of soldiers, .Marines, Navy
seamen and our, own highly dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished canal Zone Police.
(Was It a coincidence that the.
policeman selected for this mis mission
sion mission was the well-known Mad
den Dam and "bush" expert, tne
one whose nicK-name is -iteu
By now I was beginning o
wonder why I had ey,er stuaiea
Russian but it was too late, for
we were now boarding our re respective
spective respective launchea and talking
brave man-talk all the whlleto
am to convince ourscivcs
this was really all a lark.
At a little after otiuu we nu
clambered up to the bridge of
the "Nikolai Ostrovski" and
looking up saw the brave and
beautiful Stars and Stripes on
the forward mast and on the
after mast the familiar ham ham-mer
mer ham-mer and sickle In the corner
of a brilliant red banner.
On the bridge we shook hands
oil ornnnrt and CamaUl BOYQ
commenced the operation by
signaling the engine room, to
t fnnlr lh nnnortunltv to look
arnnnri tha wheel house ana
rhnrt. roam in-the hoDes of see-
ine a written letter somewhere
hot mi,M indicate the nauti
cal terms normally used aboard
Russian freighters mil aias, i
was too laU as Captain Boyd
was already signaling for a
-nnrt rndder' which I immedi
ately translated into Russian as
"Lievo," and which surprisingly
enough gave excellent resuiw.
However, the pilot soon decid decided
ed decided that he wanted a sharper
. APwrH a "hard port
and I grasping desperately at
a straw translated this into
hiv. iifvo" (or bis left) at
immediately, responding, simply
raised his eyebrows at me.
So then, with superb calm and
.u.i,,t. nntrol I ordered or
rtn,r shouted "Ochen bolshe
Uevo- (or very Big Left).
This so surprised tne neimi neimi-man
man neimi-man that ba splnned the
wheel with abandon to the
left and ooon tht Indicator
Reaches New High
WASHINGTON. Jan. 5 (V?)
Personal income of Amencant
climbed to a record annual rate
f em s billion November, the
commerce Department reported
tj. Uicrh IrtlvllY in vne
industry was chiefly responsible.
The Department's office of Busi
rmi rrnnomlca said the Novem
ber rate was SI billion higher than
i rv-tther. Personal income in-
pIhXm waees and salaries, in-
from proprietorships and
Birtnerships. dividends and intor-
mtt unA rent receipts.
Personal income for the first 11
months of last year waa at as
annual rate of S324.S billion. Three
ouirtera of tie November in
crease occurred ia the auto in
dustry at production of 1857 mod
els Increased .sharply:
How bad do yoe want to get out
of that place
"Bad eougn. Final said, and
the Coventor nodded.
" ITO it COMTIWUIO
one weekend to
' 5 '
review ; and
showed a -very nice 38 degree
turn- maximum for this ship.
Later the ship's captain; Vla Vladimir
dimir Vladimir Skolkln, 38 yrs. old, at
sea since he. was 13, married,
three, children, home in Vladi Vladivostok,
vostok, Vladivostok, learned English and vi visited
sited visited TJSA during war in :; 1945)
came up and. In a kind way told
me in half Russian and English
that the. best translation; would
be ; rather "Uevo na bort"; h so
from then : on I said left, or
right, "Na bort" and we had no
futher complications, though of
course the various helmsmen
soon, learned to distinguish the
commands in English and didh'V
need translations, that is : ex
cept for the command "steady"
which seemed hard for them and
which in Russian was "Tak
derzhadts" (and which in Ene-
lish I .didn't even know : the
This Httle ommand I soon ;
discovered means that -the '.
man at the. wheel is left with
a certain amount of discretion-'
to Jollow an Indicated course:
We did a lot of "stead'es'
during our transit and, I
thought that me "tak derz derzhadts"
hadts" derzhadts" were coming out very
well by the time we were
headed out to open seat at
By nOw we wer movlnr full
speed ahead ("Polnwi Fperyod"
in Russians up the Channel
towards the ferry crossing and
there was light to see' by al although
though although the fantastic array of
red, bright green and glimmer glimmer-ing
ing glimmer-ing white navigation lights dotting-
Amador,. Balboa :and ; the
West Bank were still out in, full
splendor' and even the cocky
Channel buoys still had their
red lights on though of course
covered by Jaunty metal caps.
As I looked back and saw them
hobbling around to left and
right in our wake as though
undernourished Humpty Dump Dump-ties
ties Dump-ties I almost laughed.
Now we saw our first Russian
stewardess bringing us a snack
of delicious crab meat, marvel marvelous
ous marvelous black bread, butter and
cognac and when I raised my
eyebrows Inquiringly; the cap captain,
tain, captain, told me that all Russian
ships have women for the clean
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THE BRIDGE of the Nikolay Ostrovsky with US armed guards In some profusion. It was
-from here -that the Rusaianspeakini author helped coax the Russian, vessel through the
Canal. : ..
polish my mastery
ing and the serving duties a a-board
board a-board ship. v t
When I asked if they also
doubled as seamen -he seemed
surprised and said -no.
. Bv this time, we had pass passed
ed passed the br'dge at Miraf lores
where we thought that the
people gaping at us from a-
. bove would surely fall Into
the water in their excitement
and as we passed by we ex explained
plained explained to the Captam :; the
' general operation of the locks.
. But all .- hands seemed parti particularly
cularly particularly Impressed with the e e-mergency
mergency e-mergency dam? they saw : tow towering
ering towering above them and their, fas fascination
cination fascination over these st range
structures could only ibe ,satls--
fled by : an explanation as' .to
their purpose and I'm not cer
tain that I completely soivea
their mystery although I, used
my hands to show how the
leaves of steel drop one over
the other to form a dam, ;
COIvtMUNrsf 5 '- :
After passing Pedro -Miguel,
things settled vdown and there
was a gradual relief in the ten
sion iihoard shin and seeing that
I was entirely alone with helms helmsman
man helmsman I asked my question:
"How many- of the Russians
He looked at me fof a mo moment
ment moment and said. that-he didn't
know. . v.r:5-;',''- - ?i
Then I asked, "Are you a Com
munist"? This so startled the
boy that he stumbled against
the wheel and I felt as if I had
asked him if he were Santa
Claus. But at length he replied
thot tin Vis tun not. -ft nmmll.
nist ancl that "they" all live in
Moscow i("V Moskvu" in Bus-.
To end It all, I rather apolo apologetically
getically apologetically asked whether he had
ever seen a Communist and ne
said no and sepeated that "they'
all live "V Moskvu".
Later I heard him asking
the first mate how many Com Communists
munists Communists there were in Russia
and heard the mate reply
that he didn't know., .or care.
CHA CHA CHA
In lin with this conversation
it was a little later on that Capt.
Boyd remarked to me that the
"Cha Cha Cha", boleros, tangos
and "Rock and Roll' Jazz. that
the crew had been permitted to
play on their radio was deca decadent
dent decadent music, so I jokingly called
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ljw,! tmtWI&?"ia-lT' ,,'4
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I -r a
into Miraf lores Locks.. 4
thi c.antain and told, him that
the music was not communisi,
The captain came over ; ana
asked what f had said ana
when J repeated it said tnai ne
aian t unaersiana wuan iucouw.
So I said that good Russians
should not be- listening to the
fearful music wending its way
up the stairway from below be because
cause because it was decadent capitalist
The Captain let out such a
roar of hearty laughter that I
thought he'd have an attack
and the laughter didn't sub subside
side subside for quite a few minutes.
If I were ever called upon to
rennrt. imrjresslons I would say
that the men on our ship were
ordinary seamen sucn as you
can see daily on ships in Balboa
and Cristobal from all nations.
Seamen are seamen and live in
a world of their own and these
young men were no exception.
They were indifferent towards
ii unH didn't ask about our cus- i
toms or attitudes except where
they were related to: their pro profession
fession profession as seamen, y
,At no time did we see any ef effort,
fort, effort, on anyone's part to domi dominate
nate dominate or restrict speech or ex expression
pression expression and wc. saw no. evi evidence
dence evidence of a "party line" and
found the atmosphere aboard
ship surprisingly liberal with the
men talking freely with me-or
among themselves or with their
Their attitude towards their
captain was not one of fear but
rather one of Jriendlv resDect
that seamen normally evince
towards their officers.
AMERICAN WOMEN ,'
Of course, they were fascinat fascinated
ed fascinated by our canal and amazed at
the super tankers and asked tr
no. doubt' with the author translating' busily aboard, moves
' . ,
bout American women and said
mai uiey tiKea our long ciga
rettes. Russian cigarettes. ar a
bout one Inch long with a two-
inch long .cardboard tube fas
tened to it as a sort of holder holder-based,
based, holder-based, on the theory,-1 suppose,
that you always, throw about
half or two thirds away any way
so wny not do away with it be before
fore before you start..:lc.i-'J'"' .; -'-'
We had a terrible time get get-ting
ting get-ting water to drink as the on only
ly only available, supply of liquids
Included cognac, vodka and a
murky liquid called "bread
water," apparently made from
the potato water or yeast used
In preparing bread. s
Coming down the' chanel .aft .after
er .after clearing Gatun locks we re received
ceived received orders to proceed to sea
and the ship's stor t previously
ordered by the a& -nt were
broueht out in a work launch
for loading by hand.
Ther was mnr.h Confusion 8-
bout the unloading since the
careo booms had all be rigged
to co to sea and durintt this
period ; the Marine guards dis disembarked
embarked disembarked via a launch provided
by the Navy. ;
But, finally the Pilot and I
were the only "Capitalists" left
aboard the "Nikolai" and as we
set the course of 310 detrrees1 for
the helmsman to "Steady" on, I
saw the narrow -opening in the
breakwater on either side and
then... the open sea.
We then made the rounds
shaking hands with yeomen,
quartermaster, first mate etc.,
and finally the Jovial captain
himself who really seemed to" be
very sorry to see us go.
As a final gesture, captain
RVniiHn hrnucht out his fine
-vodka and the three of us stood
there on the wind-swept priage
nH tnnsted pach other in fluent
Russian with "Vashe Zdrovlye"
(or "Your gooa neaiui" in e.s e.s-lish)
lish) e.s-lish) and even the pilot was
nrnnounclnff it with a fine Rus
sian intonation as we left.
I honestly reit a spirit ui
sincere goodwill out there on
the open sea, but both the pil pilot
ot pilot and I had lonr since ex ex-haasted
haasted ex-haasted oor supply of ciga cigarettes
rettes cigarettes and It was t'me to leave.
as I looked down at the
launch a tiny chip in tne o-
ceaiL and going up ana wu
with each wave I touowea
Police Arrest Trio
Ai Miami Racetrack
JmiAMI. Jan. 5Aufflorlties who
intercepted, a. bookie suspeci.
wig-wag signals ny
men ana a za-year-m
unlawful dissemination of racing
. Police said the race resuus nt
piven from the grandstand at Tro-
nical Para to a rams.n.-.ic -..j-about
a half mile away by the
ue of the sign-language and a
pai" of high-power binoculars.
"This was the beginning of an
attempt to put the national race
wire service baek "on a lye
a!e,! Asst ,Atty. oen. Jojin
Results of races were sped to
hmkiea over Ion e distance tele
phone wires to the i""th wee
were received cy tne-wig
receiver at tne anaca irm wic
men at e track, he Mia.
Those arrested at the snac
pta Roscoe Odle. 44. id en cue-
as on of the orieinal te'e"rarhers
for the nationwide Continental
Due Wire Service, and Mrs. Joan
Clements Hileemier, who said she
wm from Milford, II'.
Mrs. Hilgemier. said she was
innocent and just happened to be
spending the day" with Odle.
Thomas Finchie Cochrane, 43
i arrested in tne granorianfl
wbile giving a race result in "sign
laneuare" by waving his program,
Capt Boyd's advice of "Never go
down ;to it but let it' come up
to you"... and .Jumped,.
From the shelter of the 'cabin
we heard three mornful blasts
Of COOdbve from th "KTilfnlnl"
and hastened to answer- with
three squeeky toots from our
launch.. :; v;
4-iie "my uwier noieworiny e e-vent
vent e-vent wag' the skill of the launch
coxwain who seemed to be part
of the wheel and who mahenvAr.
eu mrougn me waves with the
skill of (a 'waltzing, professor ;
while the launch seaman, out outside
side outside in the spray, hung on with
one finger in complete indiffer indifference
ence indifference to the waves. (Worse JucS
for us neither man had ciga cigarettes
rettes cigarettes either), j r
As we eased up to th alm
and "peaceful launch landinc.
we noted that a little nnr than
twelve hours had expired sWce
our rlramat.ln lhnntin .)
- uu,i-y,iuu VI UUI
mission and now all that re remained
mained remained was the long-drive back
to' .'Balboa first purchasing
cigarettes for the nerves of the
"highly skilled and .competent
interpreter." t -t.M &.. .,
23 Xcnluries Ago
CHICAGO MX?) i-The start starting
ing starting gate, a fixture of modern
horse racing, is, some 23 centu centuries
ries centuries Old. '-'... v- ;''
; Dr. Oscar Broneer, professor of
classical archaeology at the Uni
versity of Chicago, says that tho
Greeks invented v the starting
equalizer about 400 B.C.' to insure
that foot racer got off together.
Bronner found the' ancient de device
vice device when he and other exca
vators uncovered a stadium, about
IZ miles from Corinth, where tho
Isthmian fames were held.T .-
The runners at the sames atood
facing waist-high Ears, released
by the starter standing in a pit
behind them by means of strings.
When the. strings dromed. the
bars fell downward in an arc to
ward the uprights holding them.
Broneer' said tha devlca ex.
plained more fully the meaning
of a Greek phrase, "to let all the
g-tes down at once" or "at one
accord." ... ..
High Court Muses
On Shaws Bequest
LONDON. Jan. S (VP Ffif.
brd's High Court of Justice said
today it soon would take up the
issue of whether the $1,600,000 es-
iw icik oy msn piaywrignt
Ceorge Bernard Shaw should so
to the British Museum nr ha
to promote a new english alpha alphabet,
bet, alphabet, l. ? ;
When Shaw died at' ttn' a ra
95 be left tl. 680 000 tn nmnai.ta
his idea that the alphabet should
nave 40 letters instead of 24
BShaw aereed. however, that the
British Museum should get the
money if the High Court ruled his
alphabet project was a waste of
money or against the public in interest.
terest. interest. ,
The court is expected to decide
the question about Jan, i&.
y 1 L S '
- Dictate art often frxmd fco fco-hind
hind fco-hind Wrmeurtointor brldol vaUi,
sssjii j f
-VOO might get the impression from the draw
I n0 below tiat all of tha five famous man'
made structures they identify are of the same
height.. Viewed from a balloon at a certain angle,
the actual buildings : might seem of identical
stature i .
This is an illustration of how deceptive judg judgment
ment judgment of height may be under some circum circumstances.
stances. circumstances. .The following quia puts judgment of
height to the test. Generalizations are necessary
in some instances. v
COLORFUL POSER IN A TOMCS
L An ordinary chair seat is
approximately how high above
the floor: 18", 84 80"?
-2. A football goalpost's cross crossbar
bar crossbar is bow many feet above tie
gr .iJ: 10', 12'. H'f
3. A king-size cigarette stand-"
lng u end would be: 2Y 2V
' Si. high. '
4. A man's cuff lsN generally V,'
lA'. 3 high. :
J 67 A bowling pin Is 13. 15",
81 high. .-. -.'.
G. A modern : kitchen range la
80". 86", 42 high.
7. A basketball hoop is 8', 10',
16' from the Boor. v
8. A dining room table is gen generally
erally generally 80", 86 42 high.
9. A paper clip standing on
end would measure 1", 14", l'a
10. In the drawing below, num number
ber number the famous buildings in order
, with respect to their height, you
are really a "high" scorer if you
can guess the relative heights of
1L Two Navy balloonists re recently
cently recently soared to a record alti altitude
tude altitude of better than 9, 12, 14
miles. (Higher altitude records
are claimed, but are listed as unofficial.)
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Numbers That Figure Two Ways Aay Present
O T'HB sneaker Was neanrichted
TflQURINQ is put to cross-pur-
. no in thi text. Rnlim it
simUorty to a crossword puzzle.'
Fill the blanks with numerals in
answer to the definitions below.
Insert only one number per
square. . ,-.
' L What li a half of a half
and a half of a half and a half
8. Nonagenarian plus one.
8. There's like a dish towel
wiping Vssx con ted look off
, 'ft nusband's faeel
. 7,-The -Wonders of the
World, and then nothing.
8. Latitude that bounds the
: northern part ef western U. S.
10. The U. S. Pledge of Allegi Allegiance
ance Allegiance dates' from this year, plus
12. Clue: Out went yesterday.
13. Eleven sinners each with
all of the Deadly Sinsv
1. How many vertical stripes
, has the Italian flag?
2. Mirror, mirror, on the wall
Wh-at is the smallest numler
' of oat
8. What possession li of the
law, divided by ten.
.4. Twenty is a kangaroo num number
ber number because it contains this
f. Con teats of a hole.
e Anagram: tony fevers.
8. This Is a dash for the quick quick-tvlnded,
tvlnded, quick-tvlnded, 9. Largest two digit number
Containing four "n's."
10. Cinderella's slaters, six
'' XL Number of Dippers In the
13. Description of delightful
thrill: th heaven.
14. The moon changes' phases
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-f Lt-9 '0-9 oi-t "ore- 0-8 '8-t
oa u.-n 'oe-ei "ten-oi 6-8 ol-i
"T'HB speaker was nearsighted;
1 he didn't Jcnow that one-half
his audience of less than a hun hundred
dred hundred slipped away in the first 15
minutes, a third of the rest in
the next quarter hour, and a
fourth of the remainder in the
next 13 minutes, leaving only
nine at the end of his speech.
From the above you should be
able to discover how many were
in attendance when he began.
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DUSSYWILLOW, the kitten, seems to be Jumping
for Joy in the diagram above. To find oiit Just
what has brought this about draw connecting lines
from dot 1 to dot 2, 3, etc., until you have used up
all the numbers. Where two numbers are beside
one dot, use the dot for both.
It's fun to see if you can guess what the scene
Is all about before you fill in the lines.
Chopstkk Peanut Game
COR a laugh- f. -f-j
getter ai a
party, place a
row of peanuts
I across a card ta-
ble. Put a pie tin
in the center of
the table.' Then
give each player
Object of the
game is for each
participant to lift
the peanuts via
the toothpicks, as
right, and place them in the pan.
Time contestants, allowing two or three minutes
at most. That person who gets the most peanuts in
the pan in the specified time wins. If ties occur,
have a play-off.
IN tha sketch at
1 right we have
a two dimension
al model of thei
molecule of an
cal. The black!
. balls represent;
. carbon atoms and J
the large white
balls, the atoms!
of other ela-j
ments. You are!
to color the blank
discs with five
four balls to each
color, showing j
them to be five
different kinds of
No two colored
balls of tha same 1
color are to be
placed on the
8 a m e vertical,
Each black ball
must be Joined
, to ball of the five colors. Balls
that are on a straight line with
a black ball may be considered
as Joining it, but the bond cannot
extend across another black ball.
For instance, the five white
balls are Joined to the black ball
in the first vertical row, but in
the second column, the top black
ball Is only joined to the upper
white ball. However, two carbon
balls can share an atom that
oomes between them. Thus the
top white ball in the second
column is Joined to both the up upper
per upper and lower black ball.
You can cut out pieces of col colored
ored colored paper and use them as
counters moving them about the say, place an A In the four blanks beneath it, etc.
blank circles until you have Then, using a
found the answer. If you have ytem of trial
no colored crayons, use numerals Mid error, try to
or letters to represent colors. form short words
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Some Words With You
I A T j Ml
ters of key
words in the dia diagrams
grams diagrams at left and
below are given
as clues In finding
the rest Can you
Copy the let let-harf
harf let-harf now showing
in the blank
below them, row
for row, respec respectively.
tively. respectively. That is to
FIND THREE MISSING FIGURES Takins Your
Questions of Time
A. Write the numbers 1 to 10
In a row, thusly:
1 4 5 6 7 8 10
Now, cross out groups of these
in three strokes, and each stroke
must end on an odd number.
B. "Skiing Is a glorious pas pastime,"
time," pastime," an enthusiast remarked,
"but at the close of the last sea season
son season among the skiers of my ac acquaintance,
quaintance, acquaintance, four had broken their
left arms, five had broken taelr
right arms, two had their right
arms sound, and three had sound
What is the smallest number
of skiers involved ?
C. .A man aware of Impending
death bequeathed to his young
wife one-third of his fortune and
the remaining two-thirds to his
son. if such should be born; but
pn-half ef it to the widow and
the other half to his daughter, if
a daughter should be born.
After his death, twins were
born, a son and a daughter. How
should the fortune be divided to
fulfill his wishes ?
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I ... d i .nm n i
an wnac ismi la Dsn : rsev- in
with letters the
same letter in
each vertical row.
When the Correct
letters of key
words are found,
ter think this over carefully be
fore you answer.
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a readable word.
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SKATING DOLL AND WARDROBE
A HUNT is on fgtf some miss missing
ing missing zoo members confined in
the diagram above.
If you'll 'fill In each area In
whiah a dot appears, the three
fugitives will come into view.
How quickly can you And them ?
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Its Lettering By the Numbers
My 1 8 9 are an historic symbol of Massachusetts.
My 5 6 2 7 ft are a game fish.
My 412384 are a kind of Scotch cakes.
Translated I become a nine-letter word meaning
translated. What am I?
J- Miss has two
new. skating out outfits
fits outfits and she can't
make up her
mind which to
don first. Can you
help her with her
Color doll and
with crayons or
c o 1 ored pencils.
Then earef ally
cut out the doll
and her ward wardrobe.
robe. wardrobe. Shell be de delighted
lighted delighted with
you choose first.
Tabs are for
Caste ning pur purposes,
poses, purposes, of course.
HO W ai
- river hi
ADD THE MAGIC COLORS
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sanoss "jno-rj "poo sjs spjo n3 sqx ismmsss;
river and a
-poi jnotnt suru
(E)uiz (gttoss word With Wisdom
It's Your Move
VTraATEVER tt Is that's hld-
el en la tha diagram above Is
bscored by a confusion of je
tngly meanrngless tines. Do yoa
think yott can we through this
camouflage and detect the central
theme 7 If tt will help any. we'll
tell yon that there are one anK
mate and two la animate objects
tTjBLtiattnc thai scene. Try it
yourself and see, then fill In
the spaces with colors to check
your answer. Wherever you see
letter Y. shade in the color Yel Yellow.
low. Yellow. R stands for Red, O for
Green, V for Violet, O for Orange,
B for Blue, BR for Brown. Shade
in Red lightly wherever you see
P which stands for Pink, of
course, 'v .., '.
By Eugene Shtffer
1 -Grape refuse.
, ft What is the 33rd book of the
10 Aha b served this heathen cod
(1 KL 13.-31)
14 Biblical place (2 KL 19:13)
18 Small stove.
17 Prison room.
- 13 Throw back.
19 Malt drinks. .
22 What unclean things came
from the mouth of the dragon?
- (Rev. 16:13)
. 24 Auditory organ.
28 Patriotic society (abbr.)
29 Among (poet)
81 Noah's vessel.
32 Father of Cush (Gen. 10:8)
37 Bristle-1 1 k apDendages of
39 Talk wildly.
40 Another name for Elijah (Jas.
42 What did Reiekiah have made
for his flocks? (2 Chr. 32:28)
44 Com bustioO.
45 Portents. .
- 49 Affirmative vote.
. 48 Aries. -.,-60
51 Folklore sprite.
52 Harness part
64 He was slain by David (1 Sam.
68 One of the sevea deacons
chosen by the Disciples (Acts
62 Footless anlmaL
63 Fished for congers.
65 Biblical "wise men."
68 So be it
69 Biblical place (1 Chr. 6:70)
70 Salamander-Like amphibians.
71 Marsh grass.
3 Harsh breathing sound.
4 Biblical family (1 Cor. 1:11)
5 A son of Levi (Ex. 8:16)
6 Arrow poison.
7 Drinking vessel.
10 By what did Joab hold
Anasa? 2 Sam. 20:9)
11 f.'ii'ogical king.
J2 The ULL
21 Those in the temple were
made of gold (1 KL 7:49)
23 Writing, .fluid.
26 He bad seven sons (Acts 19:
30 Reputed author of the Psalms.
33 Genus of grasses.
36 Held session.
38 Armed conflict
A lphabet Soup
VVHAT is considered the long long-V
V long-V est word la the English
annsf t pvs ttrp en eseaise ema
s.saaqi saituis pjo u, ijmns
O 1SCT. JUag faUnt Sjrmatease. 1st.
42 Humorous. 55 Overt
44 How manv sons did Zibs 56 Solitary.
have? (2 Sam, 9:10) 57 This place.
47 Wing. 58 Cozy retreat
49 Dwells. .") Title.
51 Northern duck. 60 Curved molding.
53 Wife of Er (Gen. 38:6) fll Fruit skin,
54 Festive. 64 Legal science.
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Long-time Open Checker King
WHXnS utilizes a go-between
move that upsets Black's
plans. Can you find it? White,
moving up the board, moves first
and wins in four moves. See if
you can play out the game.
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rfiA- HEALTHY SPOT? One of the leading health.Yesorts :of the Soviet Union is,'
this spot known as "The Swallow's Nest." It is somewhere in the Crimean area.
CANINfi FINER Y Chip shows' oflf the latest in aristD-'
tiom. xiyxa At a utrw J.U1K. Sliuw. V-fnp i!i wdling t
blu6 chesterfield coat with Mack Persian lamb
IT'S. REALLY, ULTRA America's fastest and highest flying jet fighter, the ultra
sonic F-104A 'Starfightet .will see first service with-key Air Dcfenxe command'
units in the near future. Photos of the jet, built in Burbank, Calif., are restricted
to, the XF-104 prototype shown here. The fighter can climb as fast as it flies'
straight and level. Wings fie seven and one-half feet long and are very sharp.-,
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'ORPHANS JUST BRIEFLY Seven German orphans ranging -irji age from four
months to five years arrive at Idlewild airport eli route to .Tejcas where families
will adopt them. Young.stcis are (from left) Petra, Volkerj; Peter, Waltraud,
Michael. Gunther and Peter. June Gordon (left) nd Norma Mitchell watch them.
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NEEDLE SHARP 'This novel photo demonstrates the extreme depth of field of a
new super lens used on camera ovined by the New York Mirror. Hand threading
needle is six Inches from camera. Obelisk (Cleopatra's Needle in Central park) is
15 feet away from the lens. The camera's lens covers an angle of 105 degrees.
HEADING OP Pretty Carol Holzhauer isn't an expert f
skier yet, but she's getting practice at a park near ;
Royal Qak, Mich. State has some 60 parks and resorts:-'
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BEFORE THE WAR, when anyone mentioned a lead- orders to make fashion West' Berlin's second largest ?' V
ing fashion center he meant Berlin, too. Now, industry. Unlike other centers,. Berlin specializes in, av:-; ,. ?
amid the rebuilding of bombed suins, the city has non-couturief production, particularly fn field of coats7. :'-"' "'
regained her reputation. During the fall and winter suits and ensembles. These photos from the House of ..
fashion weeks, buyers the world, over placed enough Horn show these designs 5 are fashionable anywhere 7
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PnESIDENT ERriESTO DEXA GUARDIA Jr.4 CWef
Exccalivc of the Qcpublib of Panama and an ardent
gcSfcr. Den Ernesto vcn thetl933 Open Tournamenf
when i it was a 3S-hc!e event with a neat score o JL4Z-
f Tha Presldcntiwnrrt ott edition of the
5 Pcnapa Open when lie hits, thefiish6tli)ff No. r 1
J Tee at the Panama Gclf Club on Thursday ati2:45 p.in,
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JIM RIDGK current Presi President
dent President of the Panama Golf Club.
Ridge has been a bis factor
in the success of the Panama
Open for the past several
DICK DEHLINGER the gen general
eral general chairman of the 1957
Panama Open. This tourna-.
tnent hi just pne of many of
Dick's promotional jobs in the.
Republic. His yearly trip to
Florida gets the names of the
leading pfbs on the dotted
JIM DES LONDES the ,1957
Open publicity chairman. Jim
list hen innnected with Isth
mian athletic events as play I
er, fan and official for many i
i ,. yearly
Major Gof .Stars
Hoping Jo Capture
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The 1957 Panama Open the chance w see sucn .."'
J .i..AAA nm amateur! Doerme: Jim reree. rainier,- c
oWin mat of the Isthmus -will Vicenzo, Dow psteiaW Bayer,
itfunderwav t the sceVuc Pana- Joe Conrad, Mike Fetchikr' Doug
ml Club ou?Vaban way Ford, Art Wall, Tony Cerda, Henry
Uhiiomin Wednesday af 4:. vasviiio ana iuug moui,
ARNOLD PALMER the' ft5 Panama Open' Champion. He r
returns to defend bis title No one who saw the play-off be- ;
tween Palmer and the gTet Sam,' Snead last' year will ever
forget the thrills they were afforded. The larfest fallery local-
ly to ever witness two players shoot it out for..th-2,00 first,
prize money was on hand for this. :?
p.m. when some oi me greiesv
naAes 14 the golf world display
their special shots during the Clin
The anticipated huge gallery will ers w.tt .the
see the tremendously long onvts ., .7.i .j .T.r.M
Sn inlt' S be d ""I finishers come Sunday rumor nat it inai
kv Arnold f PafmeT last evening, Jan. 13. you will be at boys are real top
wiSSmV S"'ni "l least 000 richer.: is v ; capable ,ct winam
years Jpen ehamp, or y any -Th hapt wilJ .lso witnesg the oent,' I 'V
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DOW FINSTERWALD The third top money winner in the
professional circuit for 1956. He will be trying to get off early in
1957 in this department by 7Ukin'f thof$2B00 top money of the
$756 prize money in the Panama Open.' This will be Dow's first
time in the Panama nre-amatewr and great trlnrs are expected
of him. He recently. wont the Barranquilla Open"down tolombia iiflSStajlSS
t'AGJS Tffifl; 4 : Soadai American Suplemeatr
Following the exhibition a cock
tail party will-be hel4 inside, the
Clubhouse at which v time the
drawing for the matching of play
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ArgS "Gauiho, Vst winner ou happen to buy the lucky eom-o
now of Philadelphia, who is mak-J
ing a special trip here lor in
t jurnament. Johnny is a past Op'
en winner having won in 1940, 1948
1949 and 1951. v
Doctor Herb Mitten, the Balboa
dentist, who won the event in 1947,1
Jim Riley, the Isthmian 1956 Am-)
ateur champion; and Gonralo Sa-f
ehr, of Colombia, who will be re-
turning to defend jus lso upen:
Amateur champ crown will also
compete.; The Armed Forces are
expected to oe weu represent represent-l
l represent-l the Amateur division and
rumor has it that some of these
winning the tourna-
the others on hand
it should be done.
AH in a l, one will
to ''Show-, bow
The partv wUi also witness the
raffling of the players in the Cal-I
The plaf-ior-pay contestants will
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".ij4. t-u i. n Tkinff.nrr mil safiiA inemonn
cuita pool ana who line, iiciu luca .. ,. 7 r. l
u ff..ir. ..n thu h! hiZi immediately following the openingf
ding is expected to be very brisk remonies which will be high J
-anyone of the players are cap-lnted; by the President of th e
able of taking.it ail. : .t'"?".!
onawrfav hpinnin? r. s mila la Guardla, J:., hitting the first
J --o' o 1 ii .1 v 'I'l.
tho amateurs will start teeine-off, uuwu lue 1 luc
and for the next four days and 72
holes of golf they will be seeking
one' of the sterling silver prizes to
go to the top 1) finishers in the
simon-pure group. Some of the pre-tournament-f
a vorites in the ama-
President is capable of performing
this for it was only' a few years
ago, 1933 to be exact, that he was
th winner of the second Panama
Open. -He is still an actiye player
playing whenever his official dut-
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teur division include Johnny Mac- ies as chief. executive permit him
Murray, former Isthmian resident, me wme.
JOHNNY. MACMU R R AY -probably
the greatest amateur
golfer te ever be developed
here.. Johnny., has wen the
Onen On three occasions. Be
JIM FXREE This-sIlbtIy-oilt bat Jong hitting pre foond
the treens against him last year bat retnrns U get his revenge.
Jim got io disgusted with his patter daring the 1955 Open that
be wound ap patting with hia driver, ,
I JEtNt)AY. JAkuAKY 6.1957 :
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GONZALO SAENZ He finish finish-'
' finish-' ed. top of the amateurs tn the
V 1956 Panamas Open.'!' He- hails
y front next, doof neighbor Colqm Colqm-.
. Colqm-. bia where his golfing: feats are
' legend, along with those of his
; brother Jaime who may turn
.professional next year.
- L:VJ"i. ', jf iV-Va.'iBrHta is
scheduled Id hit he OPemn shorasalstants to thf generaVchairman,
4.) SrSXsoini It vill then be golf ,ini.PeS Lotf r in charge of pub
- galore for the next four days, and liciiyf Jim Jiidfe in cnarSe 01. ww.
' w'h the cream ,0; professionals souvenir score book; Bruce Car-
' i' j A .W!nh. .in .aifiAn.npntr and vfiordon vDaltOIU. ( -t 8 e
' A major league tournament of
v tms levej requires iwi w u-
, work and year-long preparation to
. put it into action. The 1957 Panama Paul Kiener, course com:ei,
j 'Open committee consists of PresL- Craee lehhnge-' and Dora Azca-;
'- dent Don Ernesto de La Guardia.'rraga; responsible for the program,
y: honorary chairman; Dick Dehling advertising; John Westman; trea-,
chairman- Frl fJfir- siirnr: eallefv and maTshall s du-
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, ai,r,wwJ' i t
-"JdE CONRAD -. of the
r greatest amateurs: in": ecent
years and just turned profes professional
sional professional will be playing his first,
time as a pro in the Panama
fti'rdt 'and 'Carlos' de Ja Juardia,
ticket .committee; Louis Chandeck
J r TTavl .loiTant ithp club-
, -- ; -
house cpmmitteer Jack Sicn ana
THE 18th GREEN below the
TONY CERDA '' the suave
swinger gentleman pro from
the land of the Gauchos. Tony
is a rereatef In the Panama
Qpen and will be looking for
ties Jiandled by Manuel Espinosa,
Pioo' Diaz, Alberto Aria8 joe Ma
larkT.and Tom Scott: Louis Mar
feoaeMA5ditfo" J H'
transportation problems; Gus Med'
inger and Bob Lombroia, starters,!
pmrwgs ami iuics; bue rananio
Womans' Golf Association handling
the active score board job; the
Calcutta pool raffle job to be done
by, Arias, Fred Gerjardt, Dr. Ger-
rans and esptnesa; and the Tri Triplets
plets Triplets Ticket sales being made by
Gabriel de la Guardia, Felipe Cle Clement
ment Clement and Carlo de la Guardia.
Tho appearance of th name
preftsionEs havo been made
possible through the sponsorship
f .Cemento Panama Doering;
Novoy and Company with EUe EUe-tric
tric EUe-tric fiarvice Faree; Chasrarfiald
CigareHes Palmer Viceroy Cig Cigarettes
arettes Cigarettes de Viceflio; Cooperati Cooperati-va
va Cooperati-va Pasquera Panamana, S.A.
Bayer; Esto Company Corcsd;
Chiriqui i.and Company Fat Fat-ehik;
ehik; Fat-ehik; Cerveeerla Nacional-Ford;
Hacienda Fidanqua Wall; CIB CIB-CO
CO CIB-CO Cerda; El Panama Hotel -Sanders;
and, the Open Commit Commit-Vf
Vf Commit-Vf Castillo.
' AH in all. it should hp a ereat
show, a reaf big league- perform performance
ance performance of coif at its best, a chance
for all Canal Zone and' Panama'
rBiHonfn fit Sat J L
. V..UV..H m vui aiiu sircvcii
neir legs" over the fairwavs of
the Panama Golf Club besides
seeing-an M .the attractions that
accompany a (sporting event such
as this. :::,;. Cw ".'
' The admission for the golf cllric
and Exhibition on Wednesday is
tagged at .$1 which includes the
clubhouse party following; all e e-vents
vents e-vents from 8 a.m. through the fi
nal match on Thursday and Fri-
jday for $1.50; anu the final two
' Jdays of play, Saturday and Sunday
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GEORGE BAYER golfdom's Babe Ruth. For the second
ar the long-hitting Bayer will be seen In f.e Par-;;-
Open. He .s a ty.. ,avorile to take the cap,.,
pimi c v .
borfrta if VirEKZrt .The
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Club, scene of this week's Open.
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Arrentfne Gaocho. presentlr
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
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WHATS IT ADD UP TO? This myriad of pluses and
minuses makes little sense to the young lady visiting a Roman
art gallery but apparently the creator of the painting, abstract
artist Piet Mondrian, knew the answer. The painting is on
exhibit with others by the Dutch artist who ditd recently.
i Herewith And solution to Sunday Crossword Puz Puzzle
zle Puzzle No. 669, published today.
Answer for -Sunday, Nov. 18, Cryptoquip: NONE NONESUCH
SUCH NONESUCH WORD DEPARTMENT: FUBSY MEANS
PLUMP, CHUBBY, SOFT AND WELL-STUFFED.
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ilTgliatoeiwntly In New York are, left to right, Patsy Ruth Miller; Lila i Leej
Joy; NUa Naldi d DagmarjOodowsky.The ona-time screen greats shown below j ;.
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The Washington Merry-Go-Round
-By DREW PEARSON
WASHINGTON Derails of the
tremeduousiy lmporiant tiseunov
er-ienru conveis-tions are now
ueginiuiig io lean.
State Department officials hav
oeeu a o.v worneu over tue p.
siuuny lua, comucung verbiou
uie taiAS wia paigue uiem ui ts
vuwure. ror nu uura pan.y w w-piestiit,
piestiit, w-piestiit, no s.eiiugittjbuu vxvji not
xue wo nieu were aione ioi
arte pans ox aoouc id nuurs.
iivwuver, uie rieaideui caned ui
a steuogitiit:r aner uie iajts aou
aiuvaieu tik lengm nis recouecuoa
ox xue cotueibiice.
it can oe scaea from those who
Uiuiea vo uuui mea uiat uie ioi
iUWuig fccuei.ii liiijireu-uus wee
1. ieoru became convinced tha
Ciseunowei- was not niere.y a, mu
i.ary man inieieoied in pouuinj
ms weadis. tie toaaa me nesmea
iiaceieiy uevovea vo peace, a man
dot ii&c.y io oe pusned uy ingte
aappy federals imo atomic war.
tisennower in turn was im
pressed wicti iNehru's realism. Con Contrary
trary Contrary to reports that Nehru was
The position cf the United States
nas been mat China would have
.o liberate au American prisoners
ana give a pieage not to use force
ugaiust roiuiosa. risennower am
iut aeviaie irom wis position,
mantling indiaii diplomat xviisnna
..xenon, me inaicaiea liiai Meaon
atttinesi vo ue utore a spokesman
ior anoscuvr at uie Uuneu iiauons
u.aa ior inuia,
iienru aia not reply directly. He
ua lemaiK ramei' yjuteuiy man
pare oi tae (uuicuivy in luu.an-A
luei-tcaa reiauuus uo Deen ua
piKesuien iur eocn counuy caueu
u tjtiata ynivwn pitpei'y.
IKE WOULD BArl H-BOMB
One part of the conversation
iviuca treenail peaea .itdti)
pertaineu no Uiiauiameni,
.biseuuower promisea inat dur during
ing during ms seconu term in tne Yvuite
xiuase nis greatest goa;. would oe
a aisarinaaieni agreement wild
xtussia to end ae verrmie threat
of atomic-hydrogen warfare.
He gave tne mr.an prime minis
ter a preview of the proposals be
an lmDracucal mvstic. he found' planned to make to frejnier Bui
mm a practical, realistic leader. I ganin to ban guided missiles is
Uniine many other foreign vi-;weu as atotr-ic oomos.
sitors, Nehru did not ask ior A-
The President gr ve him several
opportunities. He knew India des
perately needs funds for Us new
nve-year plan. .
But Nehru preferred to talk a-
bout what the United stales and
with Russia and Red China
VICE PRESIDENT CHAIN?
There was no agreement about
did not realize that the Indian lead-
er wasn't parucuiany interested in
meeting raaroad .ycoons and Dig
business executives, or in seeing
the tail buildings and natural wond
ers of the "United. States. .. ..
He was inieresved in getting to
know the man at the heinx ot hev
Eisenhower understood this. He
also was shrewd enough to keep
John Foster Dulles and Vice Pres President
ident President Nixon, whom Nehru does
not like, out of the picture. Neith-
er was present during the Getty Gettysburg
sburg Gettysburg conversations. -'
Dulles cailed on Nehuru after he
first arrived "and Nehru returned
the call just before he left.
Nixon gave a luncheon f or Neh Neh-ru,
ru, Neh-ru, but at the tuncheon Nehru
hardly opened his mouth on any anything
thing anything important.
Dulles had once aroused Indian
wrath with his statement Cham-
pioning Portugal's right to the
eclony Goa, on the Indian coast,
also by a statement appearing to V
side with Pakistan in tne dispute
with India over Kashmir. ;
Nixon got in wrong with Nehru v:
when Nehru, accepting aid from
Moscow for a steel mill, remark-Y
m). 'of course there are no strings
Nehru -seemed greatly Impress- attached'
ed. He told Eisenuower that the, Nixon promptly fired backs 'Rus- -new
rulers ot the Kremlin are sia doesn't otter aid with a- string,
deathly afraid of a new war and but with a rope." v
genuinely want disarmament. j IS IKE A NEUTRALIST
One point which Nehru empha I One factor which helped the
sized was that the United States Nehru-Elsenhower conversations
must not get discouraged in its. was the statement tre President
India can do to promote peace1 negotiations wlf Bussia. He kept made one day before his ileitis at-
cumuig oacK o mis over ana ovei'tack last June expressing sympa sympa-again.
again. sympa-again. Ith; with the neutrality of India
Stalinism, he said, is now deal and other Asian neutralists. His v
in the Soviet Ution. Each day that' statement caused furore in Pa-'
passes will make the new Kremlin kistan. the Philippines. Germany.
China. But Nehru revealed thatl'eaaers more reasoname because atd otner non-neutrai nations
Premier Chou En-lai had inform 01 ln very important fact-thai which nave signed detinue pacts t;
ed him just before leaving for !ne people of Russia are demand
Washineton that Chums Kai-shek' u,b
could be made v'ce president in
the Red Chinese government if he
would make peace with the itedj
regime. J -, f r! -i
(Chiang was th-: first Chinese
leader to warm up to' Russia back
in 1925 and once used the famed
Communist Boadin to train
Chiang's Whampo a cadets. So it's
been inferred he could now switch
back to his old friends.)
Nehru said be was convinced
Red China wanted to negotiate a
firm peace tha would enable all
the Chinese to work together.
Nehru also emphasized in elo eloquent
quent eloquent language his conviction that
the problem of China must be solved.
The President was sympathetic
but made no commitments. He in in-di
di in-di ated that Chiang kai-shek
In the opinion of this observer.
tne irenru-.sennower conversa
tions of approximately 18 hours ac
complished far more than the thir
ty-day tour of the U. S. A. oiuStates
which Nehru was conducted by ex-
sevretary of defense Louey John
son during the Truman adminls
Johnson, who worked hard and
to fight alongside the United States.
The Philippine g.ternment asked ::
for a formal explanation ind the
German amoassador expressed
the concern of is government.
As a result, the State Depart-
ment Issued a 'clarifying", state-. v
ment next di.y, in effect correct" f
inr the President of the United V
However, as Eisenhower remark-1
ed publicly last June, the United
States itself was once neutral.V"
Anc in his talks with Nehru, Tie .-.
s k.med to reflect a strong,-per-
sincerely to sell Nehru on the U.S.,'sonal sympathy with neutrality.
mA E LlJt R O D ElJt T H RLlf-
woula have to decide bis own fu-
n.i lnH M 4 t i titrfrl U lilt Ittt 1 il ' ' ''' 4 v 4 r!f IJ
lit list itti eiax titj aiai rut. nil :nt uz j j - - j -.-. l
High HonbrrBubbly-Farevyell Party?
l By DODGLAS LAKSEN and KENNETH O. GDLMORB
r" WASHINGTON (NEA) The
other afternoon Secretary of Trea
sury ; George Humphrey -walked
: into the office of Lauren Williams.
?his assistant for tax matters, and
sua curtly, "Uomewitn me.
, "What have I done now, chief?"
v Williams asked, taken aback by
2 Humphrey's highly unusual tone.
You're about to discover -what
a Hungarian rebel feels like whea
H4 taces Kussian ponce, Humpn lit so bad as the rusn ot una flou-
rey replied, as he steered him'day. -
" down the "hall.- 1 I Val Peterson, Civil Defense Di-
Williams was SDeechless when rector: To Keen smilin'.
Humphrey took him into hi
crowded office and pres e n t e d tease: To take a long rest,
him with the. Treasury's Alexan I Weather Bureau boss Francis W.
der Hamilton Award, the highest1 Reichelderfer:, To keep tryin.
f-Jbonor for outstanding service to' Sen. Estes ICefauver: To keep
the department. Williams. a t'runnin',
. Omaha lawyer, is leaving to join
..a private tax firm:
IN PRACTICALLY everv e 1 1 v
and town in the U. S. there's one
ultra-exclusive New Year's., eve
party that everybody secretly wish
- It's no different; in Washington
The desire of every social scram
bier in town is to be -invited to
theannual ena-of-the-year fling
v 1 WD y ine Mcneior ambas
: sador from Ecuador, Dr. Jose R
,,-f Oniy 40 to', 50 top-drawer- dip-
. luuid.a, government vw s a na
, cmt aweuers are, lucky enough
-' to qualify Xhe rewara is a n
evening at a piush hotel suite
cnnting superb champagne uni4
comes out oi you. ears,
v Aoout aawn, when you can t
sua ine sigut oi a uuobie, a
huge serauioiea-eggs-ana- bacoa
f uuxxei is served, luen tne guests
leave hoping Nuieyu be asite4
DEFENSE SfcCR ETAPV
vaarxes ;wiuon aexieo custom in
iwci.i vmtra a.iu uirew a. reaii
wiug-uing nouaay pary for mem members
bers members oi ius sia. lucre were
cccittaus, tancy aors a oeuvres, an
eidDoras iumusc uoerauy sp.asned
wun cnampagne, seegars ior the
j"cu, uowcts tor tne ladies ana
5 ,uul ooa wiu &u around
woman t be a ureweU
wuuio. it one of the
i cos ea wusoa jOKiag.y
wqats tne auxerence what
kind of a party it Is as long as
you re enjoying ity" Wnson asked
' NEW YEAR'S resolutionsr
Pi-es.dent Eisenhower: To roll
IU5 right hand farther over his
left thumb in, his golf grip to try
to cure a slice which he de vel-i
BETTER BY A BARNSICHT
,i 1 T 1 ' s
wa i ouiDumDer. peopie by threo to one, farmers like Dale
Earth, of Monroe, spend nlentv of tima in th horn Cn n4i
; decided It was time for television. Above, he enjoys a program
oped at Augusta. '. -7,1
- Russian Ambassador ,-Georgi Za
roiihin: Tn keen smilin'.
NehnKf-To eet himself a placr
in the contintry like Ike's ..Getty s-.
burg farm. v
Postmaster General A r, t h u r
Summerfield : To start encourag
ini people to do their Christmas
mailing in October next yea
The P.O. Department never had
sf Charles Wilson, Secretary of De-
WHEN THE 'Andrea Doria went
down last summer. 2.374 U. S.
Treasury checks totaling B182.473
also went to the bottom of the
They wjrt social security ana
veterans' benefits checks- for
Americans cashed by the 'Bank
oc Italy. But before payment could
bt made to the bank by Uncle
Sam, every one of the checks had
f be tracked downs and identified.
Working with six lists totaling
300 pages, provided by the Italian
bank, l'reasury men -smarted a
gigantic checking operation.
now tney've : i anagefl to nut
the finger on all but one of the
caecks sent to iiaiy by tne gov
ernment, it amounts to !..
FRANCES KNUiHT DirpMnr nf visit to Washington was to sound eorta in Jctrrockttrs 'He's a pro pro-tbe
tbe pro-tbe Assort Ufiice hll ilen him out on running for Congress foss onal housasostf' ....Ron
wfeses and af te rl(m 58) from the Los Angeles sec-' Robin's songstyllng at Y Llttl
wonting weeseuus ana aiiern- to d:i,0-j cicn Club (in Bevarlv Hills) is an
nours viymg to Keep up witn the
un wun the
uemge uia nave Leea cum i n g
CiV3 ner aestt i;eiy.
ine crisis in uie middle Eajt
ana nungary nas maue it neces
aary ior cures ot peraoas to rusn
4 Mime areas.
Since tne oiaue Department has
put an emuargo on Uips to Egypt,
israei, i.yfia and Joruan, ait pass-
pur t requests tor tnose countries
inust oe given special ateniion.
NEXT TO Nehru himself, th
most popular man at the Indian
emnasjiy reception tne other eve
ning .was Poush Ambassador Ro
muald Spasowski. And tnis hap
pens au tne time laDeiy.
Mnce f oiand nas successful)
broken away from the Kremlin's
grp, : the ambassador finds he
no longer getting the chill treat
ment from Americans and West
In fact, everyone is giving hin
the glad haqd.
In Green County, Wis., where'
pu.ti i iwwiini. i ..I. i) .. iL. i jj.jj. i yiy u r .n i lfl'"j
KIDDIE CAR A nurse weighs a baby while other mothers
turn! aboard railway car of Australia's Far West Children's
travel 12,000 miles a year,
WssS Scheme, a voluntary
Walter Winchdl In
MAN ABOUT. TOWN
lur- na m iwf"".'"; .,
(he won" a fortune wun tne book.;
that became 'P a i a m a Game"),
auth'd the April Book-of-the-Month'
... There may be headlines on the
next Dorsey family war. Over peo-!
pie; planning to organize a crew
under the Tommy Dorsey banner,
" w-" : tx. : .;n -..ifni .i
...jimmy w.ac unat II you went to Sleep on a i,,cwjnash for the niano Thev sav tha
mi ac?fntrthlonaao?iYk reaik xiiv1
(kble's friend (in the Ion? agon clink Now you get standing room', Thf slang i.He-s
Suzanne Dadolle, is modeling at t M Fair y.. Nal King -& He '. Cube"
Bonwit-Teller's men's shop. The &leMfwith count Basie and Eila'Swriter Benny Wagma mem mem-Ppruuens
Ppruuens mem-Ppruuens aren't so Droag-minaea rit2fieraid) p,ay one week only OS: "You aiiot Oscar Himmpr.
as you think. No one under 16 is
allowed to see the stage version
of 'Cat O.A.H.T. Roof'. you
haven't heard Pat-i Pages Re
peat Alter me your juo.
Tsk Tsk Socialite Laura Esta
brook s one of the profs at the ul
tra-swank Post College on Long Is
land, (There goes anorher deletion
from the Social Register)... .Young
ctar Alan Dale shelved SIS 000 in
bookings? Bcwseof Met saDo(
lores. Wilson ..Taut anout jsaoy."- -
DoU" being glared at for Us adoii ett Freeman (All VVouk and No
tery -Best Seller took, 'Peyton' P1T)- The Desert Inn(Vegas)
Pi-te has bien banned In Cana I has a corker due March 7th for
a because of its 'indecent nd
immoral character". .Newes
private (bottle) Club on K. 65tn Prize: $10,000. Oswalt Jacoby will
Street: The Gaslight. Cpsts $25 to supervise. Proceeds to charities....
be a member and you get a goldjcomic Lou Costello nas a format
key. .Vera (Vijah) Francis (an1 that sounds clicky. A show named
attractive yiang dancer actress
will be tested today lor 'Band of
Angeis starring uauie. .vjuif
producer Peter Arnell will shoot
the-query to his dearie. Madelyn
Burnside of Souh Carolina.
Marilyn fired her coast P A.
i Hollywood mcvie pionoor Jo Joseph.
seph. Joseph. M. Schanck (who n v r
knocks yN) gee s,'hmf"
when you mention former asso associates.
ciates. associates. They'd turn pale if thoy
could hoar him jrean. That goos
for H of them". .The Friars
will (honor coast shoo tycoon
Horry Karl with a rib-roast af affair
fair affair in H'wood. The dais will bo
ombollishod by i doser beauties.
Each doll will speak In a foreign
language. Jessol will translate
Mm. It's a girl for .the Mo Mo-combo's
combo's Mo-combo's Frankie' Sands. .Lisa
Kirk's booking include the Na Na-cional
cional Na-cional (Havana) following her
date in Fob. at the Americana,
Miami Bejch. At thrice her Per Persian
sian Persian Room wages. .If you visit
Tha Desert Inn (Vegas) don't
miss Ernie Coleman's Trio in
bring clinical care to remote areas
organization nnanwu oj guus, u
The Skylight Room. Soft music
which snuggles the oars;. Kath Kath-rvn
rvn Kath-rvn Murray's deccriptien of a
. i.u d u i i
S. Davis, Jr. chuck party for
tn easts of 'Mr. Wonderful"
and 'My Fair Lady" at Danny's
Hideway Dec. Wh.
sudden Thawt: It used to be
i. "- ""ieyei nas suaaemy r.eveiopea a
Bt th ki v Paramount Jan. 23rd!
Mathews' health salon (in
Beauty City") is getting a heftyj
' t om theater Deome. Dartic
show-gels Open 24 hours daily
Peter Gaspari, disc-jockey at a Love, which- begins with 'Don't
Fairfield (Cal.) radio depot, quit Throw Bouquets At Me'???"....
to work as a hair-stylist in the You read too fast, Benny. What i
Casa Anna salon, Manhattan. . .'said Mr. Hammerstein said is that
Turhan Bey's shadow Is Arthur, "me is a bad wori at the PEAK
Murray tutor PhylLs Traynor
I .- ..I
vie m ma urau dcuci
!!a r?!C wnnv''a.iw"
3 days. The 1st Gin Rummy Tour-
fnament Open Championship. First
"Penny for Your Thoughts."
kiddies' version of th $64G bit
memo to autonoiics
up heing a sousetiHic.
Billy Gray's Bind Box is a
Hollywood must. Funny man.
His travesty on "My Fair Lady"
is clover. Caro! Shannon toys
with Julio Andrews' role. The
loudest laughers the other mid midnight
night midnight wore the H. Levins. He is
the owner of the B r o a d w ay
smash ..Loo Diamond on the
sa o bill rates recognition. His
Glenn Miller muteo. brass sec section"
tion" section" is a musical novelty ...Mr.
L ;vin revealed that Anne Rogers
(who takes ovei Julio's role in
the national touring company
March 18th created the loading
lady role in the London- produc production
tion production of "Boy Friend' .. The. role
Julie inherited for the Broadway
version. I catapulted her to star stardom..
dom.. stardom.. Now Miss Rogers inherits
Julie's same part fat My Fair
Millionaires Howard Hughes ana
and their youngsters await their
Health Scheme. Ttetwg
of New South Walea. Th ear
Tom O'Neil would like to own their
own TV network. .They are ready
to buy any major network or all
of them for cash... The song,
"Sandman," is even better with
its holiday wordage. "Santa" re replaces
places replaces "Sandman"... .Then there is
the ditty: "'All I Want For Christ Christmas
mas Christmas Is All The Things I've Got"
....Note from an admirer of Abbe
Lane (Mrs. X. Cugat at the Miami
r uaIaI ama.i.... rni
toucan nuicj nnicii:Hua. xuv
perfect figure. You never get tired
watching her"., in Paree Evelyn
stem, as once saying: 'Never end a
sentence at the s-.art of a song
with the word me So how como
in 'Oklahoma' Mr. Hammerstein
wrote 'PeoDle Will Sav We're in
of a.,song because the m-e-e-e con
stricts the vocal cords."
Our teevee program will fade
after this Friday evening. Let's enlighten-some
of the conclusion -jumpers
on some papers. One in
Baltimore (weeks rgo) reported;
"It is a shame the way WW makes
stars act on his show in return for
a plug. etc"... He referred to Da
vid Wayne, whose funny show cot
s sour notices odt of 7 reviews.
Right after the bad notices we
invited Mr. Wayne to play a scene
from it Decause we enjoyed the
show. He wired thanks for the cast,
when it immediately became a
standing room only attracion
following our support in print and
over the networi s. Mr. Wayne was
paid over $2,500 for a 3-minute bit
.. Thanks to Director Producer
Alan Handley for his expert job
and to all the entertainers (and
the crews) who helped make it
"saghtly different".. To the op
position paper critics who were
generous with pre-opening space
and patty-cakes thanks... To Mr.
and Mrs. United States: Happy
New Year and an embrace for
yjur letters and telegrams. ..I will
miss the opportunity to put the
spotlight on deserving talent. Such
as lovely Sandi Bonner (of Rego
Park, L. I.) one of the Bob Devove
Trio.. After her appearance on
our program (hei first on TV) -2Cth
Century Fox chief Buddy
Adler nroned: We want her for a
wuu ace wivn. ii i oeueveci tie is tne nrst in the area to
Li,. ,i 1
SOLVES DEEP SECRET Examining this 2,000-year-old
vase is Italian skin diver and archeologist Ruggero Januzzl
who discovered the vessel in a thick bed of seaweed on the
floor of the Mediterranean Sea off Crotone, Italy.. Januzzi and and-his
his and-his colleagues have brought up an anchor and more vases from
the watery ruins of a Roman -town and Greek temple.
Preniief; Sunday Cross-Word Puzzle
rrtf i - in ii
MUSICAL MOPPET Latest entry in the musical prodigy
sweepstakes is seven-year-old Joseph Alfidi, of Yonkers, N. Y.
He's pictured conducting the Symphony of the Air at rehearsal
in New York City. He will make his debut as a symphonic con conductor
ductor conductor at Carneeie Hall.
3 f.' V '1
K.P. FOR FUTURE KING A very unroyal pose U struck
by Crown Prince Constance of Greece as he scrubs his mesa
kit in an'Army camp near Athens. Accorded no special privi privileges,
leges, privileges, the'H-year-old is serving training period in a com--do
batalion at the Raiding Forces Center in Voutiagmenl,
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23 In a trice
27 Complain Complaining
ing Complaining 29 Make
50 Of a seed
46 Happen Happening
ing Happening 47 Toy
66 Piece out
59 A kind of
. archi architecture
tecture architecture 61 Prepare ",
69 Cut into
71 Son of
72 Of the
. 76 Compart Compartment.
ment. Compartment. 77 Chatter
. i':-, VERTICAL . r 'jl
97 Of Norse- 1 Burn 45 Mountain. 83--Of an acid .1
men 2 Narrow . crest from a J
98 Looked way 47 Obliga- waxy sub- ft
' search- $ Over tion stance
Ingly 4 Remorse- 1 49 In thM -85 East s
100 Chock v ful ' i place .- Indian 4
growth 5-Help 62 -Sliding palm, 1
101 Language 6 Perfume weight on 88-End.
of 7 Air steelyard 90-r-Headhke J
Mindanao 8--Branch 53 Part of Inform
102 Powerful of meal 92 Mumbler
103 Fulfill learning 54-v Japanese 94--Profound
105 Sorceress First coin : s 96 Of touch
107 Jog 10 Plrant 67 Object 97 Scope
108 Omission 11 Prohibi- 88 Secular 99 Wish 'i
of one or tion 60 Fragrant 102 Entreaty
more 12 Brazilian wood 104 Device in
words tapir 63 Whack electric :
112 Child. ,13 Bear 65-Brain .' ignition
113 Width 14 A noose mem- -108 Defraud 1 ;
117 Average-;, 15 That brane x107 Name
118 Power of which 67 Passage 108--Dis- -imitation
deflects from shore charge
121 Forage 16 Smell Inland 109 River in
crop 17 Pot 69 A marine Siberia
122 Early 18 Whirl snail '110 Openwork
South 25 Evil: 70 Atmos-. fabric
American prefix pheric ill Storage
Indian 28 Trim conditions structur
123 Re-lease 31 Follow 72 Stub 113 Table i
124 Thread closely 73 Light boat vessel
125Cityin ,33 A fid 74 Guided 114 Caladium ;
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; vania 34 TJndam- sauce :poem
126 Asiatic aged 77 Pineapple 116 Fume
weight 36 Relate 78 Flushed 119 Spread
127 Eat 37 Call out 79 Bitter grass 1
away 38 Piercing substance for
128 Anea- 39 Rail 80 Moon's drying
thetic 41 Classify ape at 120 Furnished
fluid . 43 Undying beginning ; with
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SPORTS : ISTHMIAN
; OTIIE WEEK'S GOOD and bad news n the Inter- A YOUNG APPRENTICE welder from Utah became THE FIRST TRANSCONTINENTAt railroad won a
. national balance sheet: President Eisenhower, an- the middleweight champion of the world Wedries- round for reprieve this week. It may even get a
uuuuvcu a coia new puui, involving a resort wj iorce nay nignt. j.weniy-nve year oia uene miimer scorea new lease on me it tne recommendations 01 special
if necessary, to combat armed Communist aggression
in ine Miaaie base
' 'i' 1 J.. v- v ' ,v -. :, : r-v-
The President British Prime Minister Anthony Eden
(... tind French Premier Guy Mollet jointly rejected a bid
by Soviet Russian Premier Nikolai A.- Bulganin for a-high-level
five power conference on disarmament.
It was indicated that the Soviet government was
5 working out an important revamping of policy in an
attempt to end the confusion which resulted from its
. repudiation of Josef Stalin's dictatorship.
The situation "in Hungary, where a historic revolt
v stemmed from the "de-Stallnization" campaign, re remained
mained remained chaotic. Workers were still in a-rebellious
a unanimous decision over aging Ray Robinson before
ib.uuu ians at Maaison square uaroen in new xora.v
In winning the title, Fullmer proved himself to be
one of the most rugged men In the ring as well as a
lot smarter than it was generally believed before the
All three ring officials gave the fight to Fullmer by
consultant John Rldgley are put" into effect. Ridgley
spent some six weexs nere last summer maging an
independent survey for the House Merchant Marine -&
A year ago last -.December, heated hearings were
held by the Committee at Balboa Heights after the
board of directors of the Panama Canal Co. voted to
wide margins on a rounas-Dasis. Keieree ttuoy uoia- scrap the lQ2-year-ola iron horse;
stein scored it 8-5-and two even). judge Harold Bar- .
Eisenhower Doe trine-
' Eisenhower asked leaders of both Republican and
s Democratic parties in Congress to back a declaration
which would commit the United States to meet any
armed communist aggression in the Middle East with
armed force. a ,-,.
The declaration would cover anv armed aggression
i by-Soviet Russia or by any Middle Eastern country
which might becomes Russian tool. i
nes, 9-8 . and judge Frank Torbesj 10-5. Trie United
Press 1iad it, 9-6. 1
Fullmer scored, the only knockdown of the fight
when he connected with a left hook in the seventh
round tnd sent Robinson through the ropes. Sugar
Ray was up and back into the ring at the count of
Fullmer, from West Jordan, Utah, took the
hardest shots the 35-year-old Robinson could give :
and came back every time with a plunging count- -erattack
that invariably slowed Robinson again?,
Robinson appeared considerably slower than when
s he was at his peak and he tired noticeably at times.
Nevertheless, his legs held up better than expected for
In his dressing' room, Robinson said "If I fight him
' i 1 . nguui, x ueiieve v can aean rum. : t unmer saia HODin-
The Eisenhower Doctrine, as it may be called, was' son never really hurt him during the bout He paid
vnuuie to nooinson.as a great cnampion. ..
Halfback Lenny Moore of the Baltimore Colts Is the
rookie of the year in pro football.1-' v -The
annual United Press poll gave the nod to the
former Penn State star. Votes were cast by 25 writers
who covered pro football last season. Moore received
10 votes to six for Cleveland halfback Preston Car-'
penter. Of the other ballots, four went to middle guard -i
Unitas of Baltimore. .. and one each to end Clyde
Sam Huff of New York.-. -, three to quarterback 'John'
i worked out because of the critical situation brought
; uoui y ; aeypi s nationalization or tne Sues canal,
:j the Israeli-British-French attack on Egypt and Rus Rus-5
5 Rus-5 aia's open attempt, to penetrate into the Arab states.
,v;- "' 'Disarmament
;r Soviet premier Bulganin met a cold rebuff from the
I Big Three Western Allies on the disarmament issue.
' Bulganin. had written Eisenhower, Eden and Mollet
" Proposing & five-nower innfrinr tm i)fntiamut
.The United States, Britain. France. Russia and India Conner of 'San Francisco and.halfback J. C Caroline
The Western Allies said 1iey 'preferred to keep dis
armament negotiations in the United Nations. The
raaiaent saia tne UnitAd States Intended to make
jurvner proposal to. tne u.N. Disarmament Commis Commission.
In college footbalL the Football Writers Association
Voted Oklahoma as national champion. .: Lewis Col-
lege of Illinois dropped football because It was too expensive..-
Colorado and Clemson each will aet S207;-
000 as their share of Orangt Bowl money.
There was a drop of some 15,000 iri attendance for
the seven football bowl arnmea nlnverf m Nv VMr'i ;
H. Soviet-Communist Chieftain Niklta S." Khrushchev -Da- i
, ipeaking at a New. Year reception in Moscow admit- Jhek:up hows 348,000 fans turned out. About
-ted that he and other present Soviet teSSS shad 56'- Vmh VX?? f8 January" k k
the blame for some of the misdeeds of Stalin PoPn "ed- up In-most of the games but the one
Khrushchev's admission of a fact which had bei UDSeJ .? abl8 one. That was Baylor beating Tennes-
i "c""uiauon ai maim last res-'-u.,, rniiin thrAiiBh r... T,n.l. aTj urunau Hector uaniei Nasn, 18. Salvadorean, a Bal Bal-ruary
ruary Bal-ruary seemed part of a reshaping of Soviet policy. i??!..-?'?"6?-?"? Beason unbeaten ndvboa High School student- Franklin Josenh. iinhart.
-Th-'r.A.i.. :; ' UJ wu" .V, 1. an. Arnerirarf serving-with the Navy;' and Walter
ij?s3s?a re aaKSKsas" game. : sssms 25, Rn nem?iQyed
t thl uons w,in ine vanous counters hostaiTon a Ith.V n,.rr,hS m Dav,c stwrt,20. a visitor from Wlnston-Sa em,
of the free world.. . C0". VC. met death In El Real, R.P., when a truck in
''4 BoeOti. Pnlnmhla Tamil. '. ...
mij j iL pciBuim nave Deen
w?de-8otheTs lnjured ,n two bus accidents m
, Colombia. Sixtn were kUed and 20 Injured when a
rllTJ1" atrnext 10 a mouS roadnea?
. .UJ?:,",J? and eight-injured in bus
.u uic iviiicria
, COHSC. r
The United States Citizens Association and repre
sentatives of various groups employed bv the rail railroad
road railroad led : the fight to keep the railroad. Individuals
voiced the idea the Canal cannot afford to abandon
it because it Is a valuable defense asset.
' Monday buyers of salad-oil and kerosene blocked
the doors of La Boca Commissary so tightly Monday
morning that customers who had finished their buy buying
ing buying could not get out. Even a canal Zone policeman
was unaile to worm his way out. ., .-.
. Seeing the congestion was about to break plate
. glass windows and perhaps develop into a riot
Assastant District Commander Stewart Trail
had to take roundabout means for getting word:
to commissary officials Inside.. He simply drove
all the way .back ta Balboa police station and tele telephoned
phoned telephoned the manager from -there, Celling him to
- keepall doors locked until police could clear sepa-
rate paths for. the crowd to enter and leave.
Nobody was hurt and thousands of those Vho lost
their commissary privileges next day as a result of a 1
treaty provision were able to haul home a last sack of
groceries. Congestion was also heavy at Diablo Pa Pa-ralso
ralso Pa-ralso and Camp Blerd on the last' day of tb.t old year,
but police kept customers, from jamming the works..
- On New Year's Day, 'the Tivoll Commissary, which
had closed its doors for good thevprevioue Saturday, i
was burglarized in mid-afternoon, j r, ;
" Mall slots we're nailed an at' Ancon Post Office
en Monday. By mid-week, those-who had left for-
warding cards were getting their mail at their new,
addresses. Some few tardy souls were ; allowing
their mail to remain unclaimed' for want of for forwarding
warding forwarding instructions. " . j 4
In a Balboa courtroom Backed with students, three
teenagers and a 25-year-old man were bound over for
trial in U.S. District Court on a charge of burglarizing
they Cocoli gas station. The oddly assorted Quartet
were AndnH Magallanes, 17, Panamanian resident of
curundu; Hector Daniel Nash, 18. Salvadorean, a Bal-
iSd."0"0?. ,atest, repbrt U h,s was a oveVturned.
Hickman later fiskd TpnnMR tn 'fnraivsi
he apologized to the Volunteers 'and also his own
school. -I couldn't he more sorry," wag the way Hick-
,v The Caritbean Command both lost and gained a
commandf.r-ln-chlef this' week. Soldiers and diplomats V
sia trooaoye to a-.weii-respected erncient leader, Lt.
.uu xnsuiiijiirea m ous Thf TM9 ln i nH n. om- m.u i- iu jfotiuuye to a weu-respectea erncient leader, Lt.
teria areas ear the Caribbean W.XiEffilJE ffcg$T& f parade-reyiew
' 1- torv but the .marein. Iowa had int r.rV. at AiorooK afb.
findnn-Thi rui ITvl ... State 14.13 In a rpffnlar ip.. ". wvB wji nanu as en inreresrea snectator was tne man
lntormtj T?n ?h l01elln ?fflp aftVs 14 haa- no. CoMhVorVrt Aaskl Sa'SSSi'ir," h.'-nU who cceeded him;, Lt. Gen: Robert M. Montague.
,burhas nrt'vi5,i.t0,,.,2nDuke' PV&'imGiil w 5 Ceremonlv2 f welcom for him had to be pushed a-
'J?ra "J?. th latt report from thTVol n .rr '""r "V. anfrft!n .t ,cw weks 7ha
-- viiu nui, iiieuuon sucn a meetlmr r tv ""j
.Rotterdam; Hollond E-hi, Dutch VmigrnU hive
' overd,hHrdaMLh thelr mmdisanDoint!
.ea over thnlr lobs with the state-owned- Br7inan
company f Petrobraa." They iZS tlitt
i?55Py TSr thf wa thelr contracts were teSa"?J
rX2EJi to Buenos Aires
'Evashevskl also admitted hu hawtrAv hnr tatraM
good advantage of the breaks. He pointed out-that
recoverln? two Oregon State fumbles early in the game
made quite a difference. Coach Tommy Prothro of
Oregon Slate said "Iowa la the best team we played
all year. But. at that. I thought 19 points would win
the game We scored three touchdowns w and still
lost by 16 points.'? -;
The story ,f the 28-X7 victory Texai Christian
scored aver Syracuse in the Cotton Bowl was a
case of versatility over sheer power. Syracuse had
a one man gang in All-America Jimmy Brown,
who scored three touchdowns and booted three
. extra points. But Texas Christian had a passing.
attack and Syracuse didn't. Brown sail later
"When you play against runners like Jimmy
v Swink and Buddy Dike. It's awfully hard to stop a
r rood oasser Uke Chuck Curtta." -. -
Coach Abe Martin of Texas" Christian praised "the
peormance by Brown with "He is a real, fine
iwiomi piKyrr. witn- mat momentum, he la tough."-
Gen. Montague, like his successor, will direct what is
believed to be the United States' largest overseas de defense
fense defense area. It starts at the southern border of Mexi Mexico
co Mexico and eoes all the wav down to the Straits of Magel Magellan
lan Magellan hut skips Brazil and Argentina.?
Another, Panama Line ship, the SS Cristobal, made
headlines when she collided in New York harbor with
a Venezuelan shlD, the Ciudad de Barquis'meto. The
day was clear: the hour dawn. Neither, ship seemed
badly damaged; and nobody seemed to. know which
was at fault. -
.In tandem lockage, the first two Russian shins
of 15- expected, here thlv month proceed .north .northbound
bound .northbound without incident. Neither the Admiral Sen-,
yavin trnr the Nicolav Ostrovsky sourht bunkers
here. But both sought U.S. hvdrogranhic maps and
. were disaupoiPted at not beint- able to bf v hem
, from a local Panama, firm which has the con concession
cession concession V i. -i ' . , r
La Boca .Clubhouse natrons-scattered fast when
ecrA TArJ &"TSt nl
rroup -will conduct aenaral iri ,.. rUDm.arln leaa by half-time then trailed. 21-20,-and ralUed In tni J T An
the Argentine tnt," CSS ," ... ti"
Wto. fctorlrr -JL T..l J Just itaS&Sttw A"dln?- Accused of burglary, he's
ment has issued A ,Z'Z"!.a?' Rovern-. deserved to beat-ua." Howard told the Ciemson nS- .".uuer "awun"M uorgaa. .v.w r
opened, then went around breaking, glass arid uDser-
me swve: ieaamv oo'ice a cnase tnrougo
rmaiiv jumned in tne canal was over
- ubvicv Lun mir ritn fr. i . .. r . j
lJ. riSifc7n;S A monument which has birred un some contro-
. losse rinrtnir we railways bad resulted in second half. I don't want in h aurviaturi -TiTh J '" ersy Between: tne nuwic and prt critics auke. hon--
Maei.2!m,nn3l n?. time had coin, .ffitoed the wavol XbfnSSfr hifV "'W. PWent Jos4 A. Re-
that played the way you did In the first half,"'
Washfnrfnn' rrn.1 '. f' The Stud -Miura'a stretch hurnlnir Mncaorlorv Tiio
A has arrived in. Washington for in Si th? 'nterlor-day made it two straight New Year's Day Classic vic-
Minister-Santiago P-v told ?-JL???T ? vlslt torles whciThe outlasted Town's Wall and Alhajar in
rk. B" "'.-j wia newsmen th it.ua!in n ni.i'M.kM.vi.. ik.m v. J,
v a w viae ricMUCUli cvcriilUT oiice ir&CJL.
Tne little me-year-old Chuean bred chestnut son
fluent Vr "J oiamea Communist-ln
wreilv jr recent unrest n the Wand,
Washington UnhT StlTTT i- - Flextrn-Damiani turned the eight furlongs in 1:37
commerce Department .u5aff7iJJ,Vi2 .vpuW.
. rp iDcreajje and officials nredicti" tWyZ?.
m6n was dedicated bv President Ernesto de la Gur-
.dia. Jr., Wednsdav on the second anniversary of the
assassinated President's death.. -:, ..
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'.The monument, consisting of a fib-foot three-sided
-Cranife tower with a sculotured likeness -of the late
President's face. Is located in the new Legislative Pal
ace area (formerly Derssens Park; and was built at
more tnan xwu.uuu.
niflrfala k.lu. . ... . ...
crease darina7 1957 nwT.T--J5VTt"nr .in 1w" upuienwwno set m sizning nace or th rirst they swept to the front like, a
-t 'hJiturnt tk I7,V? aid Industrial attention Ux .furlongs of the mile spent with Town's Wall and their three-sided battle aU the
- oomestirJ h?iA?k v atretcr with ttossadeq prevail
- "" reserves aiminishrrT . nv. m-t aii.... .aji j .,ci i ji 1L1.J
SUNDAY,' JANUARY 61957
Some tliree furlongs out, Town's Walt, Alhajar arid
Mossadea ail closed on the leader, a ouarter mile out
thev swept to the front like, a team them continued
e way down the home-
nrevailine over Town's Wall
and Alhajar winding up third. V
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1 ... 1 1 J 1 1 ,mm
SAM SNEAD Will he be on hand come tee-off tinie Yedncsday? There is rumor he just
might be but be or not fit is a cinch bet that spectators will be talking about his past feats
in the Panama Open. And if he is look out He is always a pre-tournament favorite
. ,.;.t. .;
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1 1 I 7-71- '0M' 11 sfouwe?2y mot DO nA j
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TEHlMG' THE vCV5
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CA5PBR.I SAW COL.HOOFERJ YES, THE BOSS ASKED
PASS HERE EARLY THIS HIM TO 0 )H EARLV
VIM MI3 t Vxll
I NOW MY TRIP HAS BEEN
OKAY BOSS, :v:
CALLED OFF- RUSH DOWN
I'LL GET HIM!
TO THE STATION
WHAT TRACK 15 THE
IT'S ON THE MAIN
EASTERN LIMITED ON ?
LINE TRACK RljHT
1 7fIF YOU 4AVE TM ONLY WATCHING
INO TICKET I f X--THJt BACaQA(4b l-UK
WU1L HAVE-iV MY BOSS OU'
CAN'T PITT ME 0R
IJ Ml I
HE'S 60IN6 OKI ATRIP
AND HE'3 LEAVING ON AM
time r; rar A
OLHI MJSSED ) u f
I V HIM I 6UESS y r J
i j HE RETURNED 1
V?7 VVTQ -THE r. I f
: OFFICE. jf i f ?
; li'ir IIS
Twwr- w i A THIS 15 -,-')
HERE IN THE :V AN 'feVo J'(
STICKS, BUD, V0UTRA6E.Vi
BUT ORDERS" rTGxK!
i mnrATS. I tic nts fF.ivro.
00D MORNIN,) : I'M 6LAD YOU'RE HERE.CASPERJ
BUbS. t' A I SENT COL. HOOFER TO THE
AND WAIT FOR
Tl DON'T SEE THE EASTERN
r" LIMITED HERE.
' FROM MY iYry Tcs- o
TO RETURN :
ON THE OLD
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THE SCREEN 1 OUR WAYJ
TIEP UR THANK
' I IMT1ME
NO; ANNOUNCE: THATTHE GRAN P
WITCHMAN WISHES TO SEE ALL
THE WITCHMEN! THEN BRING
THEM IN ONE ATATJME. OUT,
OF SIGHT, LfcNORE.-
ENTERA f WON PER WHYS MOST BE
ONE AT LM HE WANTS il ABOUT THE THE-,TIME.
,TIME. THE-,TIME. rs-VjOSEE US? AWOAAAN.
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YOU MUSTOCEVME. WHEN YOU
AWAKE. VOU WILL RETURN TO
YOUR TRIBE. THERE, YOU WILL
TX-LLTHE, PEOPLE ALL YOUR
SECRETS. YOU WILL TELL
THAT YOU AN P
AKc rAKco. r
VMATtKOV WHAT5 IT
HE SAYfyAALL ABOUT?
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PUr UNPER MAKTRAKES FOWERFUtj
1 WilCHMAM POES NOT REPLY?
eee:lARTIE; I'M :SOQQ ) I : PL AY CENTER.' THAT
'I IK V
SO HE'S ON THE TEAM
THAT GIVES ME AN IDEA.1
THE PLAYEGS DBIVE TO THE
WONT LET THE
totwe6ameM ) 1
BUFilW GOING; fTm I MAKES Mc THE CENTER
IM HEfS LIFE
if r v
TLJl Z AMFti TUP pTi nMF
' RIGHT COAH f THlo wt
GAME. SUPPOSE THEY GET TO r
LOOPING ITUP TAKE BUCKY-y H
HES A STAR "TT rLL
c VH V THAT.'
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timctc: I'M Crt
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I ME AM THE TEAM
v t i n i
WO KIDDING J X(OJ
VOU MEAN VOU
HAVE TO GO
VMiTH. ME ?
?I'M GOIMQ oTTrl
THE BUS.WimJ 1
-' f I f 5t iscM ouster J yeAw-.TMecg H J GEE;..T6i?e 1 r tvmk f what ano leave all ,.
' .-' I SEA60N J HOULD BE V A LOT OP' J THAT'S I --.THEM 6W5LL
,(iV, T VAGAtN' i,. XVSOME 8eAUTi6 YweMOOWW lr ABOUT OVSTEKS? t
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l y- ' ' " 4''gH "V I I -..-,.,,.,... II .1 1 I I I il II .Mill
U A GREEDY 6AVE SOME R -y - f J 1 f
- i OTHft PEOPLE ) ? , I 'ONE 1 I ,-.
V - "I -MORE TRIP.' y.r t V V. 1 A 1
f 1 LH-L il-,. i- i ii, I I,.,... ... -3 ,...
r just one more V r xxs : i"' ir-r 7 Z
..v little J s r 1 i -- V- '"V- a-r,. 0 s n
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Ltmey s B6SM fjp Twevt put that bmmeosvI t Tthevu. proSLV IVjAir s, t- eorTV Jv&'j&Z'
POWM SINCE TMEVf GlT SOMEW-lAI? Ja VHSAflT GOWN iTO 8(?Ee fOX IS AFTSS Afi J VVl VTiSdvA
orry v tkexTt.msT20loO ) .; ( vajfirrs alu
ITARTING T3rty ,f
77. zictL.i z.:rcz::ij. ;
clash cnucN's c:;:ax attack cm
L0N3 FANG KNrS W T1ATH TCZZZTA
CP THEM, LEAVN CJR FL'Ci
NO MATTER HOW TOUGH THEY ;
ARE, THEY ALL HAVE THEIR WEAK
SPOTS.' LONG FANS WAS ARROGANT,
50 HE TURNEP HIS BACK ON A
SNAKE WHO STRUCK SO EVIL
PESTROTS ITSELF M THE t&l
rr cami close to r
FINISH INS US BEFOR8;'
IT ENDED 6UESMY'"
MOVIE FATE STUCK
WITH ME ALWAYS'
HAPPY SNDINOS LETS
GOING BEFORE IT
1 V :
,AX!KJ TH3 PIRATE jf LAUNCH CU FRIENDS PROCEED TO
I THE BRITISH NAV7A. C?:P
WELL, STRUT? Ml, fF HTT mM AND JOHNNY HAZARD,
H'AINT C'FfCAAt&CfJt THE AIRCRAFT JOCKIi
THE AN CINEMA STAR VS
SEEN SEARCHING FOR ALL
THERE'LL BE A
LOT OF RELIEVE?
PEOPLE IN HONS
RONS WHEN WE
FLASH THE NEWS
OF YOUR RESCUE!
XU SET IN ON THE i
AIR AT ONCEi ;
ANY SLEEP OVER
jfi?1 x'Lj h i
VhiLI IN HONS KONG
THEY'VE eOT TO FIND HAZARD,
SMOCE.OLO&AL1 HE IS IMPORTANT
TO BARONESS FLAME'S MISSION,
ALMOST A5 IMPORTANT AS OLD
MAN MONEYBAGS-SILAS BOOTH!
... Ok or"
i. L F P I -f 1 - M
fA SPECIAL NEWS BULLETIN I ? LUCK'S RUNNING WITH USi 1 V .1
I ONI OF OUR NAVAL CRAFT HAS V NOW IF IT'LL ONLY HOLD VP '". I , i'
I JUST FOUND BIFF BRANPON ANO WHEN WE PUT THE BITE OR I V r-S 1 -r w "1
THREE OF HIS PARTY JOHNNY MR. BOOTH COME ON, SMOKE 7 IF YTHINK SILAS BOOTH
hazard Professor and ra X t J created a vast marine empire vS-f-v
L.-;GRANSER v--- iK'V I ? BTT BY BIT TO SEE A YOUNG WASTREL L -n J
Li-r-C-'-W M U DISSIPATE IT CHUNK BY CHUNKS Jp
rin, TRIPXFTI V how, FATHEftrrs only I looks uki rr just V now that's 1 h1 f C workthw,
NO, RONNIE BOK VOyVB 1 A THOUSAND POUNDS I NEED SPUN YOU OFF THB I RIDICULOUS, 'fQZf JP&i25SJ$L' 1
COTTEM YOUR LAST SMI LLIN4 I UNTIL MY NEXT MONTHLY MONEY-GO-ROUND J FATHER HOW f iT" Jk f JStSfStSimi 1
FROM THIS OLD SKIN- STIPEND THAT DEUCED AND, AS OF NOW, YOUR I CAN Z EXIST J SPT SENSE OPWWORJI
l L. FLINT JWtJLETTE WHEEL JUST PIDNT MONTHLY STIPEND IS ts, f V
J V7- SPlNMYWAYw TERMINATED '.'Sp fc
r 4 ) 1 lit c
I TRUST: YOU HAD "A PLEASANT
GOOD HEAVENS -f THE CHILD IM
W A&LfcEK BUSHfctf.' HbUFf I
X MP fiET HPC rUTf W I
"YOUR CAR-- IS SHE I LL.SiR?
WAi XT' s -'
rI SAY, SHE'S AS IT'S NO USE, THE POOR
UMP AS A PIECE OF CHILD'S OUT ON HER
WET SPAGHETTI, SIR 1. FEET.' TLLr CARRY:
LITTLE "RASAMUFFIN" IS
NT BE A SNOB, PRUSKINS, OR
. HAVE YOUR BRAID AMD
BUTTONS; HARVEY- OPEN)
'.TAKE THIS LITTLE
RAGAMUFFIN. UP TO C
look, child; you gotta wake V 1 r
I VP A LITTLE BIT AMD 6ET J W ,1 I
YOURSELF READY FOR BED.' !' rU
1COME 0M hJOW-LETS 6ETL-".-' : Xl
-iiTARTEpi : IJ
fr GOOD- SHES INVWITH A FEW FLUFFY RUFFLES
1 ; RF
BED AMD SOUND APPEP.THlS WILL MAKE A NICE
ASLEEP I'LL TURN ROOM FOR THE
OUT THISJLIGHT.'X GIRL, MR.FL1NS
MAKE A NICE ---HEY-
LIKE THIS IS A
Aei I f IPV ilkl Ann l Ail IM
NO HOME- NO PLACE TO GO-
VDU SEEMED SO INTERESTED
IN HER.X (SUESS I-I-ER-
WELL, GOODNI6HT, SIR .'
V A X T" -1
1 NO HOME- NO PLACE TO GO- AND i l
Is STUCK MY NECK OUT H 'M'M'M'M V
t FLIMG, EITHER YOU'RE A SOFT-HEADED g
f DOPE OR YOU'VE TAKEN OM
b ANOTHER ENTERPRISE0" ft;
j -15r,N ll X YOU'RE RIGHT-s i C VOU MK5HT Asf1
- WeTOWURRvO TEN AFTER S!XJ VeaC"?(
rlaAGWQOaWEv k AND-THEYlRE w. WIVES APE
P MEET OUR WIVES J ( Ey Lt- 1 -f .J-. J Vl LATE 7?
i V AT SX OtLOCK J BE LATE I NWw06T47A'
; in Ghev wait-1 f come on weitA iWI I "oagwood. we're Xstop i-v V'Wrfyjj
1 LOVE CORA-! - f"Vi t TT':' ) ' HtlfpLEASE LETS GO BACK, WE'RE JUST CIVtWG
SHE'S SEEN A v rLOTHEM A I ? OAGW-THEVVLeE VI (THEM SOME OF THEIH fJj,
liVATfJ vtttf LV JLtobeonT r h not there when-t- .:- fr
... v 1M p-i
''-.ff ff wt4AT "APPFMg ti-ifv nn mTMP Tr Tp'Si1 ji Q (5T PLEASE, DAG WOOD, PLEASE- J STOP
- WHEN A WIFE flS THEIR MOTHERS, WE DON'T WANT OUR HOMES J WORRYING hf"
l GETS MAO AND v rjfjS- BUT THEIR IS;. 0 ERTO BE 6ROKCN UP NVf- iZrrr ) i
W K LEAVES HER v-. Jl MOTHERS CHASE -V V (
EnEL JIZ &'g' 'T-- '?s
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il F COME ON. SHOQT J 1 I'M TOO NERVOUS TO ll I J OKAV -WtlLGO J ; "v V OH.THANK )','
f-4 IT'LL REOSU r A" 7SHOOT-l4 SHAkliNQ ( BACK NOW-3 t fV.v:1,' C?22TffS?.' W',
VSTLC Y : N-;--LIK6 A LEAF TH I NK THEY'VE -V 4 v v 1 vO" "VE V. A
y x JQ-Q pp5r;, -7" : 1 LEARNTO THEIR rfJiV VlWC COMETO )''
.., ; k ':.. -"7 t --lir5 '" '1 I ; ' "' Wi'Miiit
THIS IS THE ND-0---V-- WE'LL WALK RIGHT VI I " r x. V V f-it THEY'RE NOT HERE ET J
V THEY'RE GOING UP TO THEM AS THO J LJ U( 73 U WWS- 1
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