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"let the people know the truth and the country i afe" r Abraham Lincoln.
" '. , , , . ,1l PANAMA, B. P-t SUNDAY, JANUARY" 13, I95T ? v ' : : ''' TEN CENTS
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JISJ1VJY STEWART hows Mr.: Bchoolteacher'a Despair of 1957
' how to write. Thia ikirmish in the war against illiteracy took
- place yesterday : at El Panama Hotel, Maybe It wa some
y,elIort to. atone lor all the homeworlf which doesn't get done
wnen one oi nis muvics is towuis ucic. ..,
In Panama: Nag, Nag, Nag
Jimmy Stewart has Just added
another role to his colorful and
varied careen He is appearing
now in Panama under the guise
of tourist, but has really; been
conversing with horses, r
It all happened becausehe
tig race at the Reman race.
track yesterday was named in
his honor. How it came about
; he didn't know exactly, but
the itnilrf mannered actor
claims they wanted to know if
he would give a cup to a horse.
Why not, he figured.
. Had he thought of what ne
iWould say to the horse ,yet, a
newsman asked ; at the brief
press interview held in. Stewart's
auite at El Panama.
"Oh, it's a little thlnir made
tip between us," he replied with
a erin. r; v
Except" for talking to horses
the tall actor Is strictly on a va vacation
cation vacation from movieland His four four-week
week four-week tour of Latin America, his
first as a carefree tourist, will
include stops in Lima, Chile.
Buenos Aires. Rio and Caracas,
before the homeward Journey to
Hollywood where hell star in
another Hitchcock, thriller,. "A "A-mongst
mongst "A-mongst the Dead."
- "Frankly, i he confided, "I
hope they change that title.
Something about it doesn't ap appeal
peal appeal to me." - -Stewart's
shock of. gray hair
came as a surprise but his easy easygoing
going easygoing manner and soft twang
were easily identifiable with his
many movie roles. it
He claims his latest film "The
Spirit of St. Louis" broke some
sort of longevity record. Normal-
Itt mniri. 1 rrtmnlptprl In plirht
h I weeks, but the Lindbergh story.
Because ui ui tuc tivuiu vui-
red. took a year and a half to
lilm in Europe and the VS.
Stewart, a World War II bomb bomber
er bomber pilot, will be hopping into his
own F 51 Mustang FUhter
Thunderblrd in May for a State Stateside
side Stateside tour to publicize the movie.
Jimmy's film career was in interrupted
terrupted interrupted when he became the
first top screen star to enter the
tervlce-as a private shortly be before
fore before Pearl Harbor.
Following a record of raids on
Germany as a lieutenant. Stew Stewart,
art, Stewart, who left the ranks as a bird
colonel, was awarded the Dis Distinguished
tinguished Distinguished Flying Cross for, his
leadership of a squadron of
bombers during a raid on air aircraft
craft aircraft factories in .Brunswick,
His first picture after return returning
ing returning to Hollywood was "It's a
Wonderful Life a contenrter
Jot the year's Academy Awrd.
Fe hps already copped an "Os "Oscar"
car" "Oscar" for his starring perform performance
ance performance in "The Philadelphia Sto Story".
ry". Story". S :
Stewart remembers his roles in j
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Mr, Deeds Goes to Town" and
'"Harvey" as two of his favorites
during his 20-year filmland ca career.
reer. career. ;'.-'
v He even stepped Into the stage
role of Harvey-for two consecu consecutive
tive consecutive summers on Broadway when
star Frank. Fay was on vacation
and enjoyed every minute of
sharing the stage with the invis invisible
ible invisible rabbit. - ,
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Canal Employes to Observe
Civil Services f Anniversary
During the week of Jan. '1$ tb
19,- Canal employees together with
other employees throughout the
federal government-service will
observe the 74th anniversary of the
founding of the Civil Service sys
r The Civil Service Commission
has announced that, the theme of
the observance ; will be "Know
Your Government" and has in
vited the employees of all depart
ments and agencies to cooperate
in the government-wide observ
ance of the birthday of the merit
Gov, Potter, taking cognizance
of the anniversary, congratulated
the Civil Service Commission and
urged all Canal employees to ob
serve the anniversary of the found founding
ing founding of the employment system
which has been of benefit to Ca
nal employees since the forma
tion of the Canal organization.
The Civil Service Act was sign
ed by President Chester Arthur
on Jan. 18, 1883. The law es
tablished the principle that those
persons serving the American peo
ple in government career pests
should be selected on the basis
of merit. The same law created
the Civil Service Commission' to
regulate and improve the Civil
Service. -- ..-.
When the Civil Service Act was
signed T4 years ago, it cowed ap approximately
proximately approximately UJOO jobs. Today
more than Z, 000,000 Federal em employees
ployees employees work under an equitable
employment system made possible
br this law.
Civil servlfo was inaugurated fail
the Canal Zono in 1904 six monthsfthat his ashes be scattered over
after U Parted Slates took over
the construction of the Panama
Canal. In aa executive order is
sued by President Theodore Roose Roosevelt,
velt, Roosevelt, ail employments in the Canal
Zone, except tboe of workers
classed as laborrres, were wiade
Mihjcct to the roles of the United
States Civil Service,
Because of the difficulties in
communication and the lack of a
Visit is Seen":
1 WASHINGTON. Jan. 12 (UP,
American officials said to today
day today they hope if Queen Eliza-
beth viarts the United States
she will make it a family af affair
fair affair and bring the children.
If she ; does, eight-year-old
Prince Charles and six-year-old
Prinoess Anne nosslblv would
play and romp with president
Eisenhower's grandchildren on
the White House lawn. They
mieht even go to the president's
Gettysburg, .Pa, farm for a
taste of old-fashioned American
The United States has asked
If the' Queen would like tosit
American again.. The United
States suggested October,'
London sources said yester-.-day
the Queen is considering
th informal invitation but
probably will not make a dec!-.
won until her nusoana, me
Duke of Edinburgh, returns
from his round-the-world trip
next month. (
wnwpver the CJueen was re-
norted eager to mak a viist to
both Canada ana uie ,umwa
RtateS. The Ipst .time she Came
to the United states was as a
princess in isoi. r-r;-":
A reigning British monarch
has not visited the United States
sine 1839 when Queen auza-
heth's father and mother, the
late Kin? George VI and Queen
Mother Elizabeth, were guests of
President Roosevelt. Tney am
not bring their daughters with
them, v '-" u
Step Taken Towards
VATICAN CITY. Jan.' lSf (UP)-
The Sacred Congregation- of Rites
today announced that nas WKen
an important stride towards the
hpatification cause oi America s
Mother. Elizabeth Seton, ; U S.fc
born -candidate for the honor ot
the Altar of the Roman Catholic
Church.- v f ir
The Congregation, meeting to
day in the apostolic palace inside
Vatican, concluded with a stamp
Of approval the so-caiieo "'nistoric
cession' f or tne Deauiicauon
cause of the foundress of Catholic
parochial .schools in the United
States. J-if f
i The "historic session" Is indis
pensable on the long and difficult
road towards eventual, sainthood.
It studied written evidence on the
life of the candidate, as, in the
case of Mother Seton. it lacks liv
ing witnesses. I ;', ;
local Civil Service offir fhU 'MS.
der was modified somewhat ui 19 19-06.
06. 19-06. In 1908 a joint circular was
signed by col. George Goethals,
as chairman of the Isthmian Ca Canal
nal Canal Commission, and J o n 1 C. B
President of the Civil Service Com
mission in Washineton. estahlish
ing the first local Board of United
states Civil Service -examiners.
The circular also established a
system of civil service regulations
in the Canal Zone, thus setting up
a system, which with modifica
tions lor changing tunes, still re remains
mains remains in effect.
Today, Civil Service in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone is administered by a six six-man
man six-man board which conducts exam examinations
inations examinations when it is necessary to
establish a "register", from which
qualified persons are selected for
"competitive" positions. The
board is constituted of three con continuing
tinuing continuing members, a medical -officer,
a chairman," and a secret secretary.
ary. secretary. The board rules on Civil serv service
ice service status, retention rights, vet veteran's
eran's veteran's preference. .' promotions
and similar questions. It serves not
only for the Canal organizatioa but
also for the Armed Services and
other government agencies in the
Canal Zone. .- r
. Jimmle Angel's last wish
the Venezuelan waterfaila bet
discovered over 20 years ago --1 dipped their wins fa tribnU.
apparently was easier said than) Bradley has not talked direct direct-done.
done. direct-done. ly to the Venezuelan consul.
Any plans to fulfill his wishes
ar still in the thlnklnr stage.
Hewerer, one of Angel's Irth--sniaa
friends. Charles Bradley,
a PanCanal employe, said to today
day today that Venetnela had beea
discaasiag lui U fly I k
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NEGROES SIT IN WHITE SECTION OF BUS White passengers disembark from a city
bus in Atlanta, Ga., after ,a gaouo of Negroes boarded the vehicle and took seats on a non non-segregated
segregated non-segregated basis. The bus, driver at first-refused to proceed, but after the destination sign
was changed to read "Special," he drove the Negroes 12 hymn-chanting ministers
'through the downtown section of the city; "' Gov, Marvin Griffin began conferring Imme Immediately
diately Immediately with top state officials on the situation nd said violaters of the state, segregation
laws snowa be jauea
Tallahassee Buses Roll Again I
Under New Seat-Assigned Basis
; TALLAHASSEE, Fla., Jan: 12 12-(UF
(UF 12-(UF The buses rolled again In
Florida's capital today following
an 11-day ''cooling off" period
ordered by Gov. Leroy Collins
in the face of racial violence.
The governor lifted his order
suspending Tallahassee bus serv
ice as p.m. yesieraay ana ine
10 Buses oi dues Transit, incM
went into service immediately.
There -wwe Hwearry-nncldents",.
aboard any of the buses. ;
The leader of the Negro inte
gration drive, the Rev. C. K.
Steele, was attending a meeting
of southern Negro. leaders in At
lanta But Steele commented
there that Tallahassee Negroes
would continue to "resist non-
violently" all attempts to main maintain
tain maintain segregated seating...
: The onset went back into
service under a new city ordi ordinance
nance ordinance that requires-each indi individual
vidual individual bus driver, to assign
seats to all passengers, aboard
his vehicle to prevent violence
and insure the i'health and
safety" of passengers. The new
law does not mention segrega segregation
tion segregation or racial grounds for as as-signing
signing as-signing bus seats.
First white passengers aboard
the buses late yesterday were
told to sit "anywhere you like."
And one of the first Negroes to
board a bus took a seat In the
rear. .. ;;w-
The seat assignment plan re
quires the busdriver to refund
the 15-cent fare to any passen passenger
ger passenger refusing to take his assigned
seat. If the passenger refuses
both the refund and the assign
ed feat, the driver may call po police
lice police to make an arrest.
Kill 10 Rebels,
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Suffer One Dead.
ALGIERS.- Jan. 12 (UP)
French patrols killed ten rebels
yesterday in a series of clashes
during search operations in the
Kabylie mountains east of Al Algiers,
giers, Algiers, authorities announced to today.
day. today. .
French losses were put at one
killed and three slightly wound wounded.
ed. wounded. ;
The engagements took place
yesterday afternoon when a
string of French patrols swept
through the Kabvlle mountains
to flush out rebel bands which
appeared 'to-be vrowint- in
strength during the past weeks.
Venezuelan Falls SUIIngeFs Ashes
asne over Anirf Fan, tnen
ratter them while a ferma-
f Veneiuela let planes.
.however, he said.
He has heard of no plans that
the National Geographic Socie Society
ty Society would carry out the Angel re request
quest request f Angel had said onetime
that the Socletv would do it If
Steele Indicated inf Atlanta
last night that Negro 'integra 'integration
tion 'integration forces here may Itake the
new city ordinance Jntf Federal
Court if any arrests' are made.
The governbr said in restor restoring
ing restoring bus service, hat suspended
New Year's Day after s series of
racial Incidents that Ills' order
did not mean he endorses the
new city ordinance, a
""This 1 is essentially a local
problem and as governor, I dp
not feel I should attempt to im impose
pose impose my judgment jover a deci decision
sion decision reached by local authorities
unless it becomes absolutely im imperative,"
perative," imperative," Collins declared-
However.-the -governor added
that he believes "thia new ordi ordinance
nance ordinance -will provide the basis for
an ultimate solution to the prob problem
lem problem confronting the people of
Tallahassee." : -.':
In his inaugural address last
Tuesday, Collins said; he believ believed
ed believed a majority of white citizens
object to Integration on the bus buses
es buses although they do not object
to the methods Negroes are us using
ing using to gain integration.
See Civil Rights?
Laws Coming Soon
Washington! Jan. 12 (up)
Ranking Southern senators
are convinced a Civil Rights
program along the lines recom
mended by presment Eisennower
is almost certain Jto pass this
year. ' .'
The Southern-inspired leader leadership
ship leadership of the Senate is convinced
that Senate Civil Rights advo advocates
cates advocates will be able to win enough
votes finallv to, beat- down a
Southern filibuster the weapon
often used to kill civil rights
The strateerv of the Civil
Rights senators is to get the bill
out of committee in the spring
so that the fight over it wont
interfere with adjournment.
-The President in his state of
the Union message called for
passage of the same administra administration
tion administration civil rights program that
died in Coneres last year."
The President's program calls
for:- - f -'-"-
Creation of a bl-oartish com com-mislon
mislon com-mislon to investigate Civil Riehts
violations- creation of a Justice
Department Civil Rights divi
sion: new laws to enforce voting
rights: amendment ot laws to
permit governmental court ac action
tion action to prevent Civil Rights vio violations.
lations. violations. ? -V
-'Anger wife, &arie, rn-a let letter
ter letter this week to Bradley, said
that either h-or a Verruelan
friend of the family ought to go
with the ashes oa their last trip
but that it would be "some "sometime
time "sometime in the future in either
. y- 4 .i
Bradley, has he ashes of the
famed aviator, explorer and for fortune
tune fortune hunter in his home ia a
siala bronze urn.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala., Jan. 12
(UP) A; soft-spoken, southern-
born newspaper publisher who be
ueves segregation is in conflict
with American democracy has put
his position boldly and frankly be
fore the public in this area of die
hard opposition to integration.
But Buford Boone, of the Tus Tuscaloosa
caloosa Tuscaloosa News, (circulation 14,811.)
does' not Consider himself a hero
or martyr for the cause of dese
gregation. Rather he b e I i e.v
people in respunbioie position s in
the South must adopt a positive
approach to the inevitable' lest
: t reaion is overrun 1y the house
bombers and political demogo-
Tuscaloosa is the site of the
University of Alabama where one
of the first serious outbursts of
violence over integration occurred
last year. Autherine Lucy Foster,
a Birmingham Negro woman, won
admission to the all-white school
under federal court order onry to
be excluded after police said they
feared adequate protection of her
life could not be provided.
Invited to Speak
Perhaps .the climax to Boone's
newspaper crusade for "law and
order." however, came last week
when he accepted an invitation to
speak to a meeting of a wmte ci
tizens council group. The council
also scheduled a pro-segregation
leader and tabbed Boone on the
program as an "outspoKen aavo aavo-cate
cate aavo-cate of Integration."
Chairman of the council is a zo-
year-old former University of Ala
bama student who was expelled
from. the campus for fiery pro-
segregation activities during the
Lucy incidents. Most persons
would have cringed from making
such an appearance but Boone
said he wanted the chance to ex
plain" his views.
Before the often jeering erowd,
Boone said he thought the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court's schoor segregation
ruling "had to come and that it
was morally right."
He said nothing in it was incon
sistent with his conception of
democrLcv "even though a back
ground of southern living, south southern
ern southern custom, and southern tradi tradition
tion tradition tells me it would be strange
. (Continued on page I)
And Add 25 Differential For You Zoners
An American Federation of Government Employes spokesman has provided a table which
shows how most government employes have fail ed to share ia the rising standard of living
waged paid workers in private industry.
The chart is visual support for. the Employes-sponsored House bill for wage increases lor
abouf 95e,80 classified employes whose salaries are set by Congress. '
.- : (If it becomes law, it will raise the pay of aboat 2.0 0 en the Canal Zone).
A- The chart, famished ay Bafus M. Love la dy; vice-president of the AFGE, follows: n
' Current 1939
Grade Annual wnnnai,. i
GS)' Salary c Salary Amount
1 f 2,C9
-9 ; 5.449
11 , .39t
. w sr m 1 1
io tie unen
WASHINGTON. Jan. 12
today threw its support behind a three-stage planTfd
achieve a Suez Canal agreement by the time it iVopen
for traffic in early March. v V
Officials expected that Suez talks under sponsorship
of U.N- Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold would be begin
gin begin in New York "very soon." ?
They expressed hope the negotiations would lead to
a settlement despite the pressure of time and Israel's lag lagging
ging lagging withdrawal from the Sinai peninsula and the Gaza
American-French hopes for
speedy settlement of the Suez con
troversy were discussed yester
day by Secretary of State John
Foster Dulles ana r rencn ior
eign minister Christian rineau.
Pineau voiced some pessimism
during the two-hour meeting a a-bout
bout a-bout prospects for 'a settlement
by early March.
He said France is "concerned"
that a settlement would not be
reached by the time the Canal is
opened for, 10,000-ton vessels in a a-bout
bout a-bout seven weeks.
France is reported pressing for
a ,teraporary status" agreement
for the Canal if a permanent
a-sigieement is not reached ia- time
for the ODening.
Under a temporary "plan, the
Canal would be under temporary
U.N. : jurisdiction and operation
pending a final 'settlement.
Humans To Occupy
Salelliles In '82r
Rocket Expert Says
PRINCETON, N.J Jan. 12
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(VP) KOCtteE expen uvuiy urj
predicted last night humans will
occupy ststionary satellites in out outer
er outer space by 1982 and land on the
moon soon afterwara.
Ley, a pioneer in the field of
rockets and sdscc flight, spoke be
fore some 200 students and faculty
members of the Princeton Univer University
sity University branch of the American Roc
I'm going to stick my neck out
and make a small nropecy of
how long it will take to establish
a space station manned hy hum
an beings," Ley said. Ira sure
it will not take more than a
quarter of a century.'
He reviewed the history of rock rockets,
ets, rockets, recalling that in 1900 there
was no theory on outer space
"Twenty five years later there
was tneory out none naa gotten
a liquid tuel engine rocxet on me
ground," he said. "By 1950 a rock
et had gone up as high as 250
miles. It has taken a half-century
to get shot into empty space."
Ley said the problem of setting
up a semi permament station in
outer space was a "much larger
problem" than penetrating the
Needed to Restore 1939
" Purchasing Fewer
$1,439 r 113.5 2.5U
,-1.520 ; 195.0 2,75
1555 i 90.0 5,235 $ 60
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--'1,079 13.5 5,991 ? 32S
. 1.790 77.0 4.592 j 512
1.925 74.0 5.191 .60
2,970 71.4 5,790 129
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The United-States i "l
On Sinai May
CAIRO, Jan., 12 (UP) Sourc Sources
es Sources close to the Egyptian gov government
ernment government said today failure of
Israel to withdraw its torcea
from the Sinai peninsula threat threatens
ens threatens to wreck every thWg the
United. .Nations has-" achieved
thus far toward restoring-peace
in Egypt, v i;:.v ,.;.' ,;jv: .'
Egypt wilt resort to "other
methods" unless all Israeli
forces withdraw behind the
truce demarcation line stipu stipulated
lated stipulated in the 1949 Egyptian-Israeli
agreement, the source
They emphasized the Egyp Egyptian
tian Egyptian government is determined
not to relinquish a single inch
of territory, under any circum circumstances
stances circumstances and whatever the con consequences.
sequences. consequences. Although the sources did not
elaborate on the "other meth methods"
ods" methods" considered by the govern government
ment government Gamal Abdel Nasser, b-'
servers believed Egypt could
either close the Sues Canal to
future navlgat'on or take up
. arms against IsraeL
The sources pointed out that
Egypt permitted the U.N. sal
vage fleet to start clearing the
Canal before the Israelis, with withdrew
drew withdrew from the Sinai as a ges gesture
ture gesture of goodwill.
At the same time, however.
the Egyptian press urged the)
government not to allow re resumption
sumption resumption until the Israeli with withdrawal
drawal withdrawal is completed.
Regarding the possibility of
an armed Conflict with Israel,
observers said the' Egyptian,
army has been repairing dam--ager
communications in eva evacuated
cuated evacuated areas of the Sinai at
top speed in order to be ready
for nvlitary action, an case M
Sources close to the govern government
ment government said Egypt would reject
anv conditions Israel may re remand
mand remand for rellnquishtna- the
malnder of the peninsula. -'
Salary Amosnt Cent
. 2.987 $ 297 11.9
S.321 363 12.3
1 390 413 13.1
5.2 3.889 474 13 9
8 8 4,297 537 14 0
12.5 4,717 037 15.6
14.7 5.271 74 16 5
16J 5,825 855 17.2
17.4 6.410 970 17 8
18.1 1 7,002 1.087.; 14
18.7 7,593 1.290- U
21 J 9.M2 1.42 iU
24.4 19.839 1.940 21
25.8. 12.494 :'- 2.174 Jii
174 140- III
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VAGRANTS,' VANDALS and other culls from decent-ly-ordered
society, I waa poised over a pint in Rolando's
Hideaway the other dayt mulling over such mysteries as
Red's plan to install television in the Cantuta Cab. This
surprised me when he told me of it. because hia'-n-n.
, gers have believed lie had TV in the chariot all the time.
I How else could there by such a dazale of criss-cross lines
' wnere otner cars have windows?
- A greater; mystery, howeverenwrapped the plans for
the recent transit through the Carl of a freignter flv flv-ing
ing flv-ing the flag of X.
Closely-guarded records at Balboa Heights show that
an Xian ship transited the Canal east to west In 1912.
As the Canal was not opened theft, and as all other
ships subsequently have transited from north to south,
or south to north, the Canal is cagey about the rare pas passage
sage passage of .this. Xiari, vessel. v-f-. w -,
When word reached local secuiity authorities that
another Xian ship intended to essav a transit, kev'mpn
gave up trying to figure who womd be the next presi- i
wen uui iuui iii rananii, na' oem meir eriorts to
. The reason the Xian vessel was using the Panama
Canal, they learned from guarded consultation' with an
eleven-year-old with a joaper route, was that the North Northwest
west Northwest passage around Hudson's Bay had become blocked
with icebergs shaped like pyramids. y 1 i
. This in itself was suspicious. It was known that the
Icebergs had been dragged into the channel by teams of
polar bears driven by irritated Eskimos, A typical Xian
subterfuge, was th consensus of local security czars. All
pan or a grand plot' to ram the Oamboa bridge and put v
the railroad out of action, thus effectively sabotaeine
the report of railroader John T. Ridgely, and Gov. Wil-V
liam E. Potter's plans to implement the Ridgely recom recom-.
. recom-. mendations.; u -h. ; i
' T1103 chwge of project X were deeply sensitive
to the exhortations of CFN radio and TV to be security
conscious, lest the enemy be listening. CFN itself is so
security conscious that It has not yet told who the enemy
is. Thus,, the- foolish State Department blunders along
unedr the delusion that the United sta.t in nrtt at
with anyone' right now. .
project x men, in-long and solemn conclave, were
equally hush-hush ; about who the enemy might be.
Kxey would not ven express an opinion on whether
X is here, to stay. In line xrith tha Tvnir hf ritv.viAiri
ing useful information fronx;. the enemy, newspaper
mention of the heawU.S. euards umn th 'Yian Vaft
was deplored. t.v ': v Z-."-
'a I have been told a US Naval officer swore all the
Xian crewmen to secrecy in this matter, 'and obtained
written; affidavits from each, that the boarding party
carried .ho thine but a few submAchin-m. ,-,.
gulls away from the fresh paintwork. .
This virtually eliminated any chance "of tlxe'nemy
getting to know anvthino; of app.ni'.t.v moo nr.. ;.
;the zone..,,.. -r.. v M ..
y Misundehtaridm'g lmpoundlri
of all crewmen's cameras on the Xian ships. -This move
was made at the behest of a well-known photographic
equipment company, on the grounds ihat their produc production
tion production of film had not caught up with demand, since the
last tourist shiD went throue-h the Carat ritw- ik..
sand or more cameras clicking off in all directions. : i
' ,r.ve ai inis 10 tusPeI we rumor that local security
authorities believe the Xians art 1) So stupid they can cannot
not cannot buy themselves a postcard of the Panama Canal if
they., want one, and simultaneously 2) So bright they
can photograph : military installations a regular tourist
cannot even find in his viewfinder.
': 'J nere w the -perildus newspaper revelation
that a interpreter spoke Xian to the helmsman with-
non-X-speakiftg- American officer, present, f Also
that, the helmsman and a ship's officer laughed, at some
stage, y ; 'i; ; v:' :
This was a worrisome development indeed, as no
one with a sense of humor would wish the Panama Rail Railroad
road Railroad any harm. The canard that, either of these. Xians
laughed could be nothing but part of a subversive move
to lull, the apprehensions of the authorities concerning
the plot against the Gamboa bridge. s : ; ?
V 1 transPftrent wa reaction of the skipper
Of the Xian freiehter on seeine the Armod anrt totrm.
I ing aboard his ship. ''Are we at war, 'of. something?"
Trying to "act as if e. wasn't a regular listener: to CFN."
A police launch" taggec I along bchmd the Xian ves-
sel throughout the transit, s ; .
: A neighborly' manifestation, this, ensuring that -if
an .Xian vessel chanced to blow up in the locks, why
then a US cesser too, even if only a police launch, would
blow up right along with it- ; -; r :
.Also, it assured the Xians that wheft the US talks ;
about peoples of -the slate nations seeking their free-,
dom, X is riot on the list of such nations, .cl'.'x
What more airniable gesture could, the rulers of X
ask for than, upon one of their seamen diving into Ga Ga-tun
tun Ga-tun Lake seeking this freedom he had heard talk of, to
nave mm popped dripping Dae aboard, again with thi
information that there's none of that sort of' freedom
here in the Canal Zone? t ; .v..
Incidentally, you can Ignore the tale' that thi Ma
rine Director sent on of the port captain's a list of lm-
pending business including three Xian "vessels listed thus
XXX, and found on the flap of, the envelope bearing
his next communication from said port captain, SWAK,
PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT this; week Is 'rawn
from President Ernesto de a Guardla's round of ,80 for
18 holes on the opening day of the current Panama Open
Golf tournament While puttingeomplete faith In v"
8018 ; ,: ... .r ;.;.
you 'must all cUsmiss from your wizened minds the
notion that the 1958 Remon-Eisenhower treaty is. to be
scrapped in lieu of a treaty providing for the Presidents
of Panama and the United States to play 36 holes t)f
-golf together weekly at SIM t hole.; y v
. Eying the forai of Dicky Arias and now Erhestlto,
the US treaty men have decided to settle for the $20,-
000,000 Balboa-bridge,-thr $1,500,000 annuity hike, and
the rest, i
Predated awdrrt? a? HU(3.
Ail other oral oraaraaM bt NBC-Tbaaaara.
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, p SUNDAY, JANUARYS 1957,
THE SUNDAT AMERICAN
' 'A friend once confided to me b"
hope thatatleast Tie -would live
'until the year 1985.. 'wW 'wW-ful
ful 'wW-ful it would be", hes aaid. How
wonderful just tQ set, eyes agam-on
' Halley's comet." 1 -
We in Britain have a propietary
Interest in this celestial caUer.-
iri.i. fntin ih Earth only once
' vrv '75 years-!t-. was discovered
. u' rl Hollov one-;!
time Astronomer Royal and sucn
a remarkable man to .his genera
, tion that the Royal Society has jus
been holding celebrations in Lon
, don to mark the tercentenary o
his birth. v. t. : 1-.'.
Td mefitton only oneeX HalleyV
- exploits, he pioneered 250 years
aro the trails now being followed
by the Commonwealth Trans Aq Aq-'
' Aq-' tartic Expedition making magne ;
tic maps among the- cebergs-from
a ship he had borrowed from the
J Royal Navy. ; ;'. :' ' ;v
SHfPBUItDINC jpdl hr-;?
, Halley's discovery ot the comet,
and his prediction, triumphantly
confirmed 26 years after his-, death,
that it would return in 1758,thave
.- overshalowed his, pother, ecbieye-
' ments. 'V; -7;
-The Royal Society eommemora
stions haye not only jevealed .him
as the ; world's first geophysicist,
but as 'promoter of company for
the recovery of wrecks ..with diving
beiis. -. ;;;.;,,, ,,t..."
It appears that, as a' "gay type"
in his youth, Jbe jSpent merry, day
-at the Deptford Docks, lndon,
with the young Czar Peter of Rus Rus-'sia
'sia Rus-'sia studying shipbuilding.
1 If Halley could reappear like his
' comet, what merry days c o u 1 d
V have been his recently on- Clyde Clyde-'
' Clyde-' bank, Scotland.
""The Hima3t came 'a'week ortwo
tact.when Mrs. Norman Robert Robert-aon,
aon, Robert-aon, wife of the High Commission;
r for Canada, set the syrens bel-
lowing in and around the fampusj
John Brown company yama-
she' launched' toe Sylvani T ft e
; climax came a wee or nwo oac
V new 22,000 ton liner joins- her sis-,
, ter ships Saxonia. lvernia and Car-
Inthia.next Jutie, the fourth, Cm Cm-i
i Cm-i arder for the Canadian service to
: be launched at the same ywd withe
t in 33 mon'ths. ;
Cpl. Denis Bates; -chairman of,
i thaCunard described, this .as V
remarkable achievement of Jvhich
anv vara in the world might be
. justifiably proud." r;v !"
- --fj i.-'tJX.'!'" c c-i
i c-i Since the first of the ships en--i
tered serviceiin 1954, they. have.
carried! over W.00O passengers be be-X
X be-X -rweetr Britate am Canada.
Although; ithe Syhrhia ateamlng
!. Into Montreal aiext- summer,-? will
, eppear externally, to be the last
A word in modernity", her -Interior,
i will provide passengers with the
1 restfuk atmosphere of more lei lei-!
! lei-! eurely-'e jeA",''i:f "f'--?i..ift.'.4?:
J The decorations fe Regeniy Style
i will hark back to the early 19th
century; the restaurant will repro repro-'
' repro-' duce- the oak beam .motif of Loir-
don's historic Clifford's Inn, and
tha lounge Will be modelled 6n the
i boudoir of Madame de Serilly;
Though Halley never knew Clyde Clydebank,
bank, Clydebank, it is more than likely that
. him rail far nhinn took him to the
, Baltic Coffee House in the City of
; London forerunner, of the famous
' Baltic Exchange where Queen EU EU-;
; EU-; labeth II has just opened ah ex ex-j
j ex-j tension to the old building. .'
I- The Baltic is the world's largest
I centre for the chartering of tramp
' j ships. But its busipess as t h e
I Queen reminded her hearers in
the. inaugural speech, could trsce
h its origins back to the vivid? life
of those London coffee houses' in
v which merchanU and ships' cap cap-.
. cap-. tarns used to foregather in the 17th
- and Uth centuries .., ,,..
i-Ii.The Baltic Includes a coffa room
; today with hew panelling presented
' by the Australian- Government.
Addressing tha Baltic members
and the Lord Mayor and sheriffs.
the Queen said: "You have a proud
. reputation here for integrity and
. forthrleht dealin' justly honoured
in your motto, 'Our word is our
bond.' This is more than an" empty
ehrase for -the exchange where
; everyday business with millions of
' pounds may be done by j word, of
moutn. it is oy tracuuons sucn as
. yours that the City of London be
came the clearing -house : of the
INGENUITY AND INVENTION
Floor space is fantastically val
uable in the heart of the City,
hence ''the- inenuitj which has
gone into devising a Banqueting
Hall divisible if necessary into two
A steel framed wall rises silent silently
ly silently from a slot in the floor on five
electrically v driven jacks, .com
pletely; separating one half of the
hall from the other -
One can imagine -such a con contraption
traption contraption striking terror among the
denizens of the old time' coffee
houses, before the dawn of the age
of invention. : ; ;
Inventions, by the way, are now
flooding mtcf thJi United Kingdom
Patent Office, at such a rate asl
almost to swamp the examiners.
The torrent of ideas is now 40 per
cent Digger than before the Second
World War, g9 Lord Mancroft, Un
der-Secretary of the. Home Office,
,toldf the, House Lords.,
'He' was moving he second read reading
ing reading of the Patents Bill intended to
allow, more time to deal with pa-
tent apclicauons. -i. u,v
In the 1930s there were about
21,000 applications a year. This
year, said Tord Mancroft, there
would be over 29,000,. generally
much more complex than twenty
years ago. .
This, one auoDOses. is to be ex
pected with the ever Expanding
facilities lor technical education
and the sweeping advances in ap
plied science. '
The inventions 'submitted today,
to put it bluntly. re less hare
brained on the whole than those
of the previous generation.
They are less concerned with old
wlll-o'-the- wisps like perpetual mor
nun niiu.uriviiiK snips ay we waves
, Years' aeo I remember seeing in
the Patent Office applications for
patents for, a .teapot w 1 1 h two
spouts, and a., gadget for water-
fproof wrislets'"to intercept moist
ture running down over the "hands
and wrists while eating crayfish."
u inventors would eschew nu
Clear physics and stick to simole.
homely ideas like these, the, Pat
tent Office examiners would not
now be-faced with a mountain of
Vef erqn Reporter RecountsHer First Big Crime. Story
Editors Nott: Nearly 24 years
ago tha eneklt f machma 9n
and pistol fire sourvdtd above tne
arly morning traffic : hum naar
Kanaaa City's union wiion.
When" It subsided fiva man were
dd. two waundtd and a new
chapter was written in tha nistary
of erima. Tht aotUor of tha follow following
ing following dispatch, Margaret Richards,
of United Press, was tha only
reporter there. This Is Mrs.
Richards- account of har first
?' By MARGARET RICHARDS
ilCANSAS CITY, Mo "January 13
(UP) Two men lay .sprawled
hflfiide the car. one of a long line
of vehicles parked in front of the
Union Statipn here. I stepped over
them and opto the car's running
In the back seat, crumpled like
marionettes., were two men.- An
other was behind the steering
wheel his head resting on -the
back of the seat, his eyes open,
and his thick, dark hair slightly
mussed. 'He looked dead. So did
the others, but a uniformed, offi
cer. so distraught his speech was
disjointed, was repeating "That
One's alive. He's aliye." ,-There
could be no question' about yet
another body, faven : beside the
left front fender. That man was
I turned and ran to the bank
of phones Inside the- station. It
was 7:23 a.m. Moments later, ine
bells on United Press teletypes
clanged the first bulletin on the
Union Station massacre, a crime
ultimately to be recounted in the
halls of Congress and. to play a
part "in enactment pf legislation
which strengthened the FBI to its
present powerful status.
Five '; men were killed that
morning, June 17, 1933: Raymond
Caffrey, an FBI agent; Otto Reed
McAlesler, Okla. chief of police; police;-Frank
Frank police;-Frank Hrmanson and W. J.
Grooms, detectives on the Kansas
City police force; and the man
who had been their prisoner,
crime lord Frank Nash, appre apprehended
hended apprehended the previous oay in Hot
Their killers escaped but .in the
end met deaths as violent as
theirs: pretty Boy Floyd in an
Ohio cornfield where he chose to
"shoot it out" with officers; Verne
Miller at the hands of gangsters
who dumped his nude and beaten
body on a Michigan highway; and
Adam Richetti in a gas cubicle
at Jefferson City, where he was
executed for his part in the horror
of that sultry Saturday morning
- Shots Gat Loudar
It "began- in a staccatto burst
barely loud enough to be heard
above the- rumbling of hand
But in the next seconds, louder
single shots punctuated the traffic
noises and I began to run toward
the station, a block, await. It
seemed, a long block and as my
breath fa:led I slowed' to a (walk.
"You green cub;" I told myself,
"somebody probably is. saluting .a
. Then I remembered seeing the
nuns three of them. They had
been walking sedately beside the
station and as the shots sounded
they had broken into a near run,
their habits, flopping against their
heels as i they scurried, back
In a moment, the area in front
of the station was filled with
running people Crowds flowed
around the parked cars.''
A wounded man, an FBI agent
though he did not reveal it in
that frenzied moment,, leaned
against the,, rear, of the car. He
survived,, as. did a n.ore Seriously
wounded FBI man, who. lay in
the rear seat. Those two were R.
J. Vetterli andF. J. Lackey. Still
another FBI agent Frank Smith,
trucks on the mail platform below! had climbed nut, unscathed by the
me siauon. ; imurderou fire
Men ,in f overalls, in Ihe uni uniforms
forms uniforms of station porters, and i in
business suits rushed 'up in wild
confusion." and ranv. off again,
shouting questions at each other.
There were no answers Un: those
first moments Something had
happened that couldn't happen-
not on a busy railroad station
plaza in the heart of a big city
on a busy morning.
My boss, the late Gerry Over Overton,
ton, Overton, didn't think it could have
happened, either1 on that first
phone' call. JV
, "You mean to teli me.V he said,
"that four men hiaybe five-
have been killed in a machine
gun fight in front Of the Union
Station and just now?" When I
said yes, he told me to "Go over
the whole business again."
Still breathless and gasping, I
recited it again. There was. .a
pause and finally he said: "Well,
kid, I guess I got to ride with
you some day and this might as
well be it." Wi
"He was dictating the bulletin as
he hung up. I ran back into the
maelstrom of people questioning
each other. ?.
Going To Waist,
Because Of Douqh
ITHACA, N. Y. (UP)- Pros Prosperity
perity Prosperity is making Americans lazy
and causing fatness to be the
country's major nutritional prob problem,
lem, problem, according to Prof, Charlotte
M. Young of the Cornell Univer University
sity University school of nutrition.
She said, hwever, that the nu nutritional
tritional nutritional aspects of obesity are
secondary to its 'economic, social
cultural and emotional ,. effects.
She suggested four remedies:
(1) Better mental health facili facilities
ties facilities to correct defects that lead
to compulsive e ating; (2) educa
tion in using leisure time to re-
duc boredom, especially in middle-aged
women; (3) re-education
of eating patterns; (4) more
physical activity for all ages.
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- CHEZ ELOISE FASHION SHOW Helene Bishop models a
gown she will wear In the fashion show "Chez Eloiss," whicr
will be held on the lawn of Balboa High School Wednesday at
GOVERNOR WILLIAM E. POTTER GIVES LUNCHEON
FOR DIRECTOR OF AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS
Governor and Mrs. William E. Potter entertained with a small
luncheon at their home on Balboa Heights in honor of the Direc Director
tor Director of the American College of Surgeons, Paul R. Hawley, who
was here yesterday with 300 surgeons, who are on their way to a
Sectional Meeting of the American College of Surgeons, which
will be held in Puerto Rico next week.
President Feted At Buffet Party
Given By Healyt
The President of Panama and
Mrs. Ernesto de la Guardia were
guests of honor at a buffet party
given by Mr. and Mrs. Edward
'.Healy Jr. at their home in Golf
Heights Jast night.
Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Entertain
per Dr. Ravdir.
luncheon at their home in Bella
Vista yesterday for Dr, Isadore
Kavdin who is on the cruise ship
"Homeric" headed for Puerto Ri
co. Dr. Ravdin was one of the
surgeons who operated oh Presi President
dent President Eisenhower last year.V
, Hejias many friends on the Isth Isthmus,
mus, Isthmus, some of which were made
during his trip here 3 years aeo.
wnen ne spofce at the First Inter-
Pr. and Mrs. Raymond gavs a 'American Medical Convention,
You're neither too young nor too bid
JaV enjoy the benefits or Rhythmic Exercise.
Treat yourself to a wonderful new feeling,
Stimulate your whole system by Joining
SPECIAL CLASS FOR WOMEN
Every Saturday morning from 10 to 11 at
, the Balboa YMCA
for further information call 2-1751
which was sponsored by the Medic
al Association of the Isthmian
The Second Inter-American Me Medical
dical Medical Convention will be held at
the Hotel El Panama and the U U-niversity
niversity U-niversity of Panama April 3, 4 and
Committee Elected For A.
British Aid Society
The annual general meeting of
the British Aid Society was held
at the British Embassy Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday under the chairmanship of the
Honorary President, Mrs. Ian L.
Henderson, wife of the British
The following ladies were elect
ed to the Society's Committee for
1957 chairman Mrs. A. E. B. Rim Rim-mlngton,
mlngton, Rim-mlngton, hon. secretary Mrs,. G.
Lee, hon. treasurer Mrs. D. Hal Hal-man,
man, Hal-man, members, Mrs. Teodoro A A-rias,
rias, A-rias, Mrs. Jaime Alfaro, Mrs. ; J.
Graham and Mrs. N. B. Willmott
The meeting gave a hearty vote
of thanks to the outgoing Commit
tee and particularly to the Chair Chairman,
man, Chairman, Mrs. Scott. ."-:. -The
new Committee will meet
early in February to decide on the
Society's programme for 1957.lt ,'
Fer Mr. and Mra. Bvens
Mr. and Mrs. Charles O. Evans
nf rut-unrip will celebrate their
25th wedding anniversary quietly
at home on Tuesday, Jan. a.
Cher Elelse FahioB Show
Tha civtppnth annual Balboa
High School fashion show, under
the title of Chez Eloise, will be
presented Jan. 16 to 8 o'clock in
the evening. The director of the
program is Miss Eloise Monroe,
heme economics teacher at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High. All the fashions which
are to be displayed have been con constructed
structed constructed during the school year by
the students who are to model
them. The styles mciuae iixeei
dresses, sport clotnes, ana uus,
as well as fashions for afternoon
and evening wear.
During the intermission a pro pro-rj
rj pro-rj ntrtinmpnt will be pro
vided by studenU of Balboa High
vtA ftmontf the per-
formers are soloist Grace Lomba-
na, violinist Kuaei n,
Don Randel, and Danny Roberts
on the string bass.
Programs and posters T",',4
Eloise are designed by Helena Bi Bishop.
shop. Bishop. The following student models
will take part in the fashion show.
Janet Adkins, Kathryn Basse t,
Nury Bauchman, Betty Lee Baus
Jan Bellus, lne Berg, K"
Berman, Helene Bishop, Disse
Brasweli. June Bnnkley, artrt
Campbell, Pat Cawl, Mary Chwe,
Marie Cicero, Nancy Clark, Miri Miri-fm
fm Miri-fm COnover, 'Harriett Cntc Ma-
Jeri Deemer, Pat Dempsey, Shar-
on Devore, biuui cu ;
Z Eisenman, Gloris fc ndara E E-dith
dith E-dith Estrada, Zeyda
Betty Fortune, Mercedes Garc a,
Mildred Gbs Dorothy Griffin
Llgla Gutierrez, Nancy Grimes, Ju-
LEARN THAT LATEST
WILL MODEL CLOTHES THEY MADE Four of the many models who will appear in, the 16th
annual fashion show Chez Eloise pose here in dresses of their own design. Left to- right are
Trixle Pena, Edie Simnis, Grace Lombana, Marcia Moreno. i
Shows Signs Of
Editor's Note: Ten years ago
this week United Press sur survey
vey survey found that divorce jgdgos
were working overtime a test test-tling
tling test-tling problems of Americans
who filled to reconvert to peace
time matrimony. What has been
the stery since then. A new sur survey
vey survey indicates the nation's di di-vorce
vorce di-vorce rate has stabilized. 1 -;
dith Hdarne. Suzanne Hele. Rns
HensIerJ Barbara House, Lynne
Jones, Sandy Jones, Donna Keller,
Sandy Le Mieux, Grace Lombana.
Carmen Lopez, Noris Lytis, Yo Yo-landa
landa Yo-landa Middleton, Carrie Miller.
Marcia Moreno. Faye Morris. Pat
Niepsey, Barbara Parker, Mary
fatton, Myrna Fena, Trixie Penz,
Virginia Perra. Brenda Plicet, Sal
ly Sack, Lilia Sibauste, Edy Sie-
mans, Carol Small, Beverly Smith
Joan Sullivan, Layne Taylor, Ce-
lla Thompson, Francia white, Ann
Wood, ,K,y Zimmerman, h
The publle Is cordially invited'.
to attend, the fashion show which pwffToifl antic about marriage. ;
will be presented on the
lawn of the high school
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
By UNITED PRESS
In 1946, 6,280 divorces 'were
grantel in Miami. Last yeat, 5, 5,-042
042 5,-042 were granted there 1,238 jess.
In the 10 years between Miami's
population nearly doubled.
The Miami situation is fairly
typical of what's been happening
in the nation's divorce courts dur during
ing during the last decade.'
The months following World
War II brought record traffic to
most all divorce courts. Later fil filings
ings filings dropped off and, responses to
a United Press survey indicated
today, have stabilized since then.
"The divorce rate not only ljas
stabilized, but tv some extent is
dropping off," said:' Justice Clarr
ence W, Norris,pf the California
Prof. Joh? T. : Greene, Boston
University sociologist, agreed that
the ratio between marriage," n
divorce had stabilized and i said
one reason is that Americans are
Dr. Rex A. Skidmore. dean of
the university of vjtan graduate
school, said the rite appeafs to
be stabilized bu. "there is a pos-
drowning of the (Coffee Qu
for the Western Hemisphere
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Decause. or more family life edu
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ity of counseline services."
While-all points reported big de declines
clines declines since 1944, many showed in increases
creases increases in divorces from 1955 td
195B.T For those years, divorces
wero down in New York, Kansas
cur, Washington. San Francisco.
Reno, -Oklahoma City, Detroit and
in vregon. uney were up in At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Des Moines,
Chicago, Boston, Cheyenne, Btf Btf-falo,
falo, Btf-falo, Milwaukee, Columbus Ohio,
and in New Jersey.
. Reno, long America's divorce
capital, had 11,082 divorces in
1946. Five years later there were
4,713. In 1855, 4,458 were granted
there and in 1956, 4,420. And John
Sullivan, state director of vital
statistics, believed there were
more marriages than divorces in
the state. .i
- J udge Vlrlyn E. "Moor ei vresld-
ing judge of the domestic 'rela
tions court at Atlanta, said "di "divorces
vorces "divorces are Increasing but only in
proportion to the population in increase."
crease." increase." ;Moore said the "most
frequent' reasons for divorce now nowadays
adays nowadays are sex and money. I be believe
lieve believe I'd put money in first place.
When I ssy sex, I mean other
companionship, the old trianele
known now as incompatibility. The
lack of sex for congeniality leads
to quarrel'ng and fussing and that
goes under the general heading of
Linwood W. Fix, divorce proctor
at Seattle, said the most frequent
reason for divorce is "undoubtedly
drunkeness. They call ; it cruelty
;ln court, but it's drunkenness."
! Circuit Judge Jtobert Li Flovd
of Miami said. "Many couples
simply do not put; enough effort
into getting along, but alcohol is a
major, factor. And I am not only
referring to people who drink to
excess or- get stone drunk, There
are many cases where people
drink just enough to get irritable.
This leads to arguments and final finally
ly finally the divofce court."
Misr Agnes McCreery, director
Fullman Named District Grand Master
Of Almost 3000 Canal Zone Masons
George P. Fullman of Balboa
has been appointed, district
.grand master of the almost 3000
members of the Masonic ledges
in the Canal Zone. The seven
lodges here are under the sueer
vision of i the Grand Lodge of
Massachusetts, and the appoint appointment
ment appointment was announced last ,week
from the- headquarters in. Boston.''1--;
The new grand master here
was born In Colorado. but, re received
ceived received his early training and ed education
ucation education in Oregon. He came to
the Canal Zone from Portland,
Oregon almost 20 years ago for
work with the Panama Canal at
the Panama City office .of the
Municipal Engineer. For many
years since that time he has
been at his present position with
the Maintenance Section, in Balboa-
?;' ,.' ..'
Fullman's record of Masonic
activities is imoressive. He is a
member of Canal Zone Lodge, of
which he Is both a past master
and a past secretary. He is a
York Rite mason, a Scottish Rite
mason and a Shriner, He' be belongs
longs belongs to the Chapter of Royal
Arch Masons, the Council of
Royal and Select Masters,- the
Commandery of Knights Tem Templar,
plar, Templar, and the Conclave of the
Red Cross of Constantlne. of
which he is sovereign,
As a member of the ancient
and accepted Scottish Rite, he
of the Des! Moines, family 'guid'-
x : it i
ance service, saw jmrnaiury
is the prime reason for divorce
ami that alnoholisns and financial
difficulfes are only symptoms of
At Memphis, Mrs. M. V. Smith,
Aivnrra nttnrnpv csid The orowinB
. ,, ' i -l
uxiepenoence oi women is un
bind most divorces today.
""Women' used to have to take
it," she said. "Divorce was
frowned on so much, Not now.
Things they could take they don't.
Also thev are independent finan
cially. They can ge just as good
jobs sa men, so why eb unhappy
at nomee x t
is a member of the Lodge ot
i Perfection, the Chapter of the
Rose Croix,, the Council ot Ka Ka-doslv,
doslv, Ka-doslv, and the - Consistory, ia,
which, he holds the ,32nd de
gree."." -'' -v ":,i:v.!.;-tt : :
-Since 1949 he .has: served IS
recorder of Abou Saad Temple
of the Mystic, Shrine Is. a past
patron of the Fern Leaf Chap Chapter
ter Chapter of ; the Order at the Eastern
Star, and is s member of the
Order of Jesters. He holds the
honorary Legion of Honor de degree
gree degree from -the Order of DeMo DeMo-lay.
lay. DeMo-lay. -
As a member of 'the Episcopal
Church, Fullman has served as
senior warden of the Chapter of
St. Luke's Cathedral, and has a
record of three years as treas treasurer.
urer. treasurer. His family consists of Mrs.
Fullman, two sons, ; and one ;
daughter,1 and, .as he modestly
admits, "two grandsons and one
granddaughter." j ;;.. , Jff. I
lhe new grand master has
been active in the District Grand
Lodge for many years. He was
assistant district grand lecturer,
and for four years served as
grand lecturer. For the past tw6
years he has been deputy grand
master for the Canal Zone. He
will be installed formally lnt
his new position on Friday Jan.
18. 1 v ;
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The new process, --'koyn as
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terial material required, for each fitting la'
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3 -L" STREET
UNDAY, JANUARY 13, 1957
Social and" Otherwise
Ft. Amador Wives
Will Hostess Joint Luncheon
1 The Ft." Amador Officers' Wives
Club will act as hostess at a joint
luncheon for the Ft. Amador, t.
Clayton and Ft. Kobbe Officers'
"Wives Clubs on Wednesday at 1?:
' There will be nrf program for
those who wish, bridge and canas canas-ta
ta canas-ta will be played following the
. luncheon. Cash prizes will be a a-'
' a-' warded. ' c
AH new arrivals will be most
cordially welcomed and all mem-
bert are urged to attend.
Reservations will be necessary.
r r v
1 "New Officers 1
"For Coloit I.A.W.C.
v At the last Board Meeting of
'the Colon Unit of the Inter'Amen Inter'Amen-i
i Inter'Amen-i can Women's Club, Mrs.' Cecilia
Leon was voted and .approved as
the new Spanish secretary replac:
ingMrs. Lesbia Puyol who recent,
w rMiened Mrs.' Anita McClel
land Ava's -voted and approved as
Chairman' of the Hospitality Com Committee
mittee Committee replacing Miss -Adamary
Anderson who also recently re resigned;'
signed;' resigned;' Mrs. Elena Lyon, Presi President,
dent, President, announced that Mrs. Marjo-
o Said Pajamas Are
'Just For Sleeping In?
"r - -i1
' f AJ AMA OAM I r Now styla In
, inon'i.jiaiama makof hfm )ook
Bioro Jika sports attira. ; ; V
".fy DICK KLIINIK "."
' NEW. YORK- (NEA) -The dar daring
ing daring young man. ia the lounging pa pa-jaiuM
jaiuM pa-jaiuM spent whole evening Host Hosting
ing Hosting a party, and nobody knew
that he was wearing sleepwear.
They thought be was la slacks and
pore shirt. ';'!.
And there wai good, reason for
their deception. Nowadays, paja paja-ma
ma paja-ma manufacturers are pu 1 1 i a g
atylo w pajamas anu k s a far cr
, from the ticking-type stripes ox
You can get Ivy-look pajamas
button-down tops, slacks with a
- .4nsp fly, pockeU and self-belt. You
can go; Mexican-style pajamas pajamas-colorful
colorful pajamas-colorful tops .worn out of the bot bottoms,
toms, bottoms, slacks, with' slit near the
' cuff.' You can get pajamas that
, look like-a lot of things, but it's
J getting tough to find pajamas that
.loon like pajamas. i
i' Wildon the biggest pajama mak
mt in th .world, has been pio pio-.
. pio-. aring.thia idea of .making paja
IT .TAKIS HI!Lfe FROM ALL
TO CRgATK A HAPPY FAMILY
' ; What makes a happy family?
First of all you must have
husband and wife who love each
ether enough to atand by each
other when the going la rough.
'They must also appreciate each
thep and all they have when the
joing la smooth. r ... .
. Thea youi need chjldrea who
an. Mvea xor wiemsejves um
and oot just as a oroiectioa at
their, parents prioe- and am ambitions.,.
Then, you have to add compan companionship,
ionship, companionship, with the' whole family
Interested in each other and, part
:ef the time, interested in doing
things together. '.., .- ;
. Vou' have to have-cooperation,
too. A family in which each
piejnber is selfishly pulling for
. himself ia never a happy family.
You need family jokes and fam fam-iljr
iljr fam-iljr traditions. You : jieed god god-nstured
nstured god-nstured kidding,, the kind tfcat
. brings grins and not the kind that
causes hurt feelings.
Laufhter, Klndoess f n4
: You need Iau?hteri-loU of
laughter. Only a family that
knows how to laugh at mishaps
and follies can .stay happy for
ou need sentiment, tod.Snap tod.Snap-.
. tod.Snap-. shots-- must he treasured, pirth pirth-flr,
flr, pirth-flr, and holidays properly cele--brated
ia- a way that craates
-. ( You need kindoess kita f it
inr.de the home and kindness that
goes outsido it.
rie' French and Mrs, Anita Eder
have been appointed as Chairmen
of the Nominating Committee for
the 1957-58 election of othcers.
National Association a
Of Retired Civil Employes
Mac For Luncheon Today
The regular quarterly meeting
of ChaDter No. 24. NARCE will
h a luncheon meeting in the
Fem Room of the Tivoli Guest
House, at 12:30 p.m. All old tim timers
ers timers visiting on the Isthmus are
invited to join with us at this meet?
ing. Members who know of such
persons are asked to- inform them
of the meeting. Reservations by
phone should be made promptly
to. tapt: J Mv wavis -OWJ, i
Sill 2-3165. The cost of the lunche
on will be $1.50 per person.
; Matters of interest to all retL
ed' people will be discussea.
luHiniii Cardan Club
.M.mhPM of a the Pacific Ever
green Garden Club will meet at
the Paraiso Elementary School to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow evening at 7:30 to make
plans for this year's activities, -r;
mas suitable for slylish lounging.
And the Weldon people have some
other ideas up their sleepy sleeves.
Matching pajamas for father
and son. and for father-son-moth-
er-daughterare or will soon be av
ailable. ( ' ;
"Fun" pajamas will be stressed
wiih gay an! colorful prints, like
and those are pajamas decorated
.the famous "prisoner of love moo-
el done up with prisoner's stripes
and a lover's big red heart.
Paiama parts, introduced after
hhe war for the non-pajama-wear.
ing ex-GI, are selling increasingly
well. Incidentally, bottoms alone
sell better for men, tops alone are
bigger with women. Make of that
nugget of knowledge what you will.
; Still ob pajamas, the word has
an interesting .history. It comes
from the Hindu words "pa," mean meaning
ing meaning leg 'and "jan.ah" meaning gar garment.
ment. garment. Originally these leg gar garments
ments garments were ailky affairs, worn In
India and Persia. It wasn't until
the 17th Century that they were
brought to Europe by the Portu Portuguese.
guese. Portuguese. And the word came along,
Statistic shavf ithat there Is a a-bout
bout a-bout one pair of pf jamas sold for
every iran in the U.S. each year.
Sinc "there, are. many men who
buy two or three pair, the pajama
people think there must be ,two
men who don't wear pajamas fori
every one who does.
This, of course, strike: them as
a pretty dismal figure. They're out
to get every, man inside a pair of;
pajamai or at least half a pair, 1
ni 1 1 tii ci .-' i r-ji-iwvoi 111
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"ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. John T. Dillom of
Gamboa announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary
Agnes, to Mr. John-James Connard, son of Mr. and Mrs. John
j, connard of Diablo Heights. No date has been senior the
wedding. 1 .-..
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LEONARD J,' MEYER, ieJC, Amerlctft- Red Oroaa Operation!
Direetor 1 for -the Caribbean area; receives 'a 'check for $500,
f rom Maj'. Gen. Thomas Li Harrold, oommandina general,-U.S.
Army Caribbean, to be-used
wa ontibutl from' the USARCARIB General welfare fund.
Jn addition, a total of fllfi.17 -was donated 'by individual mem mem-"bera
"bera mem-"bera of tMe commanij fof the relief of Hunirarian refugee.
: V '-.?; .''.. ; ; -l I '.. -; "- (U.8. Army Phot
, CIA. CTRNOS, i A,
for Httngarian relief. The $50ft
1 -. i
me government reporuw ioaay
that avpratre ; emDlovmedl hit a
record high of 65 million! in 1956,
a year of y unprecedoBtea jod
levels." This, was 1.8 mijjon high
er iuan- ine ij avn
Thel m6nthly high "of 61
jobholders was set las
when vacationing studaits were
working and farmers1 talk on ad
ditional harvest neip.
There i were : 2,479,0a
looking tor jods at me
nd of the!
year, about the same pa
s in ue
cember a year ago an
ly the same as in Nov
, Weekly Earnid
The government al
that weekiy earnings
pf : factory
workers in December averaged
$84.05. or $4.34 more ftan at the
end of 1955. It said eifcry manu
facturing industry rep(ted higher
Virtually: all of the Imployment
gains during the year jfas a whole
were among non-farn workers.
Employment rose shaply during
the first- half of the yar but was
in line with e s'seasoHil expecta
tions and normal grofth" during
the latter half;
Farm employment continued a
And Plan to iisf en.
( -.I.,.:. ?.. ... 'Ill
The V monthly dlwier meeting
of the Panama Cana) Zone
ChapterVo'' the institute of In Internal
ternal Internal Auditors will be held in
the Gardeen Roomiof the Tivoli
Guest House at i6tt0 p.m. on
The speaker wilt be Stephen
V. N. Powelson, MIA, CPA. De
puty Comptroller of the Panama
(janai company, paweison nas
had extensive experience in pub
lic and Governmerti accountine;,
and previous to employment in
his Dresent poSitlonhe was Con Controller
troller Controller of the international Co
operation Adminlsiration, Mis
sions to France, Sweden; and
Austria; The snealbr has 'chosen
as his topic, The Dnited States
Foreign Aid Prognim.
Visitinar membeo of the In
stitute of Interna, Auditors and
other Interested persons are cor-
dlally invited to attend; v
Reservations mvr he'madebv
caMinsr telephone Balboa- 2-2575
between the how of 7:1S a.m(4i
and 4:15 ri m. oh work days, ef
telephone Balboa 2-t3210 on Sun
dav or outside of .the hours enu
merated above, i
I t-"'" Vl V3fc -"I
decline. ZZ stood at
5,110,000 at the end of the year
7,74,000 below December, 1955.
Unemployment in 1956 started
out at levels well below early 1955
But during 'the latter part of 1955
it was generally as men. or higner
iiran in. the corresponding months
The number of non-farm work
ers rose by 364,000 during Decern
ber to 59.410.000- or about eaual
The increase partially, offset a
drop of j (032,00i in the numher of
! employed farm workers in De
The government said unemploy
ment showed1- practically no
change because most of the de
cline in the number of farm work
ers was accounted for by farm
I wives and students who did not
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Ross Takes leave Of Absence'
As Congress Probes Gontricis
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; WASHINGTON, Jan. 12 fUP) Clare Wyan Ross, 'is President: of
Assistant Deiense Secretary Rob
ert Tripp Ross stepped out of the
government today on a "leave of
absence until C o n g r e s s conv
pretes; investigating defense :Kicen-r;
tracts held by his wife's firm.'
iThe 53-year, old, former N ew
York Congressman announced" -he
was takmg the leave last bight aft
er conferring with Defense "Sec
retary .Charles E; WUson.-.. .;
Asked whether" Ross' action was
voluntary Wilson 'said through a
spokesmanrv "We discussed the
matter and Mr.! Ross' letter was
'i The Defense Department disclos
ed; last'' week the Army awarded
Wynn, Enterprises, 'Inc., of N e w
York, '.a $834,150 contract last
November for 249,000 pairs of
men's trou5s. Ross' wife, MraJ
Super Convair 340
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that Mrs. (toss and her -broth
or, ( H.D. Wynn of Knotrvillo,
Tonn.v- have n lnrotosr
wim s,3 minion in military ora-
. Ross announced he 'was taking .a 1
Weave be$nmng oday in ; letter
to Chairmao Jnn u., sicueiian
has ordered a prejiihinaryiinvesti prejiihinaryiinvesti-gation
gation prejiihinaryiinvesti-gation 'into- the Wynn. Enterprises
contract to see if anyviorahon of
the copf)ict 6f interests ilaw. were
involved.. K t
The law, prohibit Federal of-,
"ciali ;from being connected with
firms doing business- wlth..he gov governments
ernments governments 1 -j.
. Ross asked McClePan to fexoed fexoed-ite":
ite": fexoed-ite": his 'inquiry and promised t
.'(cooperate .wi YC'. committee ia
any manner, desired." t e
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Doug Blisters With 66 Round;
Levter Loses Amateur Ranking
By WALTER C WATSON
J 1.. With the touch of an artist seeking perfection, Doug
ford,, yesterday gave one of the finest demonstrations of
Ofdrffpionship golf seen at the local course.
Driving with .uncanny accuracy, chipping to perfec perfec-t'waTfrrd
t'waTfrrd perfec-t'waTfrrd with his putter doing exactly what he wanted,
Fo'rd'went out 2 under par and came home 4 under par
for a total of 66 to extend his lead at the end of three
days play by four strokes- over Dow Finsterwald, with a
arand total of 203 to Finsterwald's 207.
Crosby Pays Bills
Charity Is Winner
In Annual Golfest
Herb Mitten Jr.
ttnrd's'orreat disDlav of artistryi
. Jeff thetans iammg iui uuuw
' Wont tils skUl and many were
loud in their praise of this young
knan who certainly will be the
inan to watch in professional
I oli for a long time.
' flaying steady golf and giv giv-'
' giv-' na pveivthine tney had to
tignt-iagainst tne rising tide of Doug Ford
yorcTs Old, ior supreme "c
, 'instrwald, George Bayer, An An-'
' An-' v Jonio-Ceraa, Ari.waii anu a-
1 1 tferto DeVicenzo as the first
two came up with 69 and tne
v last three with 70, but Ford's
ritrht. birdies aeainsi nis twu
Yesterday's best rounds:
Par Out 445 354 43436
, ies and eigh, pars were Dgyjr
, nkUCh. I riftn Rnver
M-Not un to his usual game
vwas the defending champion,
J Arnold Palmer, whose putter
? refused to do his bidding.
palmer finished one over par
with a 73 and along with Jim
!eree on the J2th hole decid decided
ed decided that they could do better
' fSrith some other club. As a
Result Palmer ended up put put-4tag
4tag put-4tag with No. Iron and
Jferee with a driver and the,
hopes of their backers vanish vanishing
ing vanishing into thin air.
Three Round Results:
V Leading rroiessionms
71 v 69-207
72 68 69209
72 68 70210
69 70 73212
72 70 70212
. Dousr Ford 70
Dow Finsterwald 67
It;, DeVicenzo 72 70 70212
none- Sanders 70 71 73214
Art Doerlng 72 68 75215
Fidel DeLuca 69 74 72215
Mike Fetchlck 69 75 76220
Henry Castillo 76 71 73220
Jimmy Johnson 72 75 75222
1 Joe Lopez 79 70 73222
Pa Rodriguez 74 72 77 223
Jot Conrad 72 75 77224
Jfaft Feree 73 75 76224
niicardo Rossi 75 75 75225
Dick Goodman 73 72 81226
Al.Macarron 75 75 80230
.JlEprmond. Reld 79 77 80236
R. De Vicenzo 525
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (UP)
The biggest all-charity event in
the world of golf got under way
here yesterday when nation's top
touring professionals teed off with
celebrities from entertainment and
sDorts in the annual $15,000 Bing
Crosby Pro-Amateur Tournament.
Dr. Cary Middlecoff, the defend defending
ing defending champion and the current Na
tional Open king, is raiea as me
man to beat but no matter how
the golf comes out, charity will be
73220 the winner.
73222 This is Crosby's special event,
SO 225 and he picks up the check for all
75225 Ue costs, including the" prize
money, Bousing tor me proiession proiession-als,
als, proiession-als, etc. Every cent taken in at
the gate goes to charity;
But, as usual, the weather man
stands in the way. The forecast
has been for rain for the week weekendwhich
endwhich weekendwhich is about par for the
course for this time of year on
435 3g the Monterey Peninsula.
The list of "greats" at this tour tour-35436
35436 tour-35436 "cy -can't be found anywhere else.
In the battle for top amateur
honors Norman Ltwter relin relin-nuished
nuished relin-nuished his two day lead to
Anibal Gallndo of Brabos Brook
when he carded 80. Galindo and
Billy Watts, who moved Into
second olace. both carded 73
and Doc Mitten, now tied with
Pewter tor third place, carded
1 Today la the final day of this
year's Open and though any
thing can happen It appears.
that Doug- Ford's dally improve improvement
ment improvement and ability to withstand
pressure assures him or victory.
Military: Three generals: Omar
Bradley, E. K. Timberlake and
Stag and Screen: Bob Hope,
Bob Sterling, Phil Harris, Buddy
Itogers, Lex Barker. Richard Ar-
Jpn, Guy Madison, Freeman Cos-
den, Randolph Scott. Dean Martin.
Bob Crosby, Dennis O'Keefe and
Baiaball: Dizzy Dean, Bob Lem
on, jerry Priddy and Ralph Ki
Football: Coach Red Sander nf
vk.la; otto Graham, ex-Cleveland
Browns: and John frnriip st.an.
ford quarterback star;
Qoif: Five foi'inei-rrt itiomi
Open champions: Gene Sarazen.
Rd Furgol. Jack Fleck T.invrf
Mangrum and Byron Nelson, plus
itiu vujtciiv upen King, Miqdiecoff ;
TjAniAtAv 7itv ef jmiinh at,! tne current National Amnion..
stake the other Dros will J he'cnampion, Harvie Ward. Plus for-
turning on the steam ana aomg
their utmost to oo wna now
appears the Impossible, At any
rate Panama golf fans win be
in for big thrills as they watch
this outstanding group battling
for top honors.
At. rlrvdriir tlmB tjairlnr had
not yet been announced but It
wtav k. aof.lTT atmmM t n H T
Ford. Finsterwald and Bayer
will be teeing off together. A
record crowd Is expected to be
on hand to see the outcome.
mer amateur kings Marvin (Bud)
ward and Gene Littler- th m.r
rent Masters and PGA champion,
'58 European Gaines
In Stockholm OfCd
LAST CATCH OF '56 Virginia Spencer poses with her 221 2
pound martin that wound up the 1956 fishing season in
Panama Marlin Club News
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LONDON, Jan. 12 (UP) The
European committee of the' In International
ternational International Amateur Athletic
Federation today approved plans
ror the 1958 European games In
Stockholm, including: extension
? (tames by one day and the
addition of on event, the wom women's
en's women's 400-meters run.
The committee, on the first
day of its two-day meeting here,
also appointed a subcommittee
for drawing un the games pro program,
gram, program, new performance minima
and a celling on the number of
Terms for the stagine of the
ameg were annroved following?
a report submitted on behalf of
the organization bv Pwedlsh A A-mateur
mateur A-mateur Athletic Association pres president
ident president Tasre Frlckson,
In exnandintr the duration of
the eames to six day instead
of five Aueust 19 Instead of ?0,
women's 400-meter run. the Eu
ropean committee followed the
lead of th IAAI. which author authorized
ized authorized in principle these measures
In Its Melbourne Congress.
Skin Diving Club
At Albrook Toniahl
Albroolr -nost tonight will be
the scene of underwater activity
as the El Panama 8kin Diving
Club takes over to stage a skin
divers clinic at 8 p.m.
Practical demonstrations in
the use of all akin diving gear
will be staged by club members.
Interested persons with access
to Albrook ATB. are invited to
The 1956 Marlin club officers
are headine for the final round
ud with the election of the 1957
officers scheaiied ior tne meet
ing of Jan. 17 fat the canal Zone
Also wlndinr up the year with
a real thrill was Virginia Spen Spencer
cer Spencer who caugh); not only the last
Marlin of the year but tne oniy
two marling caught by & lady
Marlin Club member this year.
'Virginia and Don and Burt
Harbora left Bilboa on the Gin
Goose on Dec 22 for a two week
fishinr trip dwn the coast
which took then as far as cape
Marzo. ColombU. However, most
of the time wal spent at Pinas
Bay and vicinity where Virginia
caught her first marlin a 367
pounder, Dec. It, and the sec second
ond second on Dec. 30, 221 pound
black marlin, arid the last one
for 1956. i
She started of.' the new vear
with the lareesj catch to date,
a 553 pound ipftck landed on
Jan. 2. and her1 final catch for
the trip was a 276 (estimated)
riound black on Jan. 4. While
this was a little tiusual for Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia to catch so many marlin
in such a short tine, it is noth nothing
ing nothing new for het $ bring those
denizens of the teep,- She has
four others to hir credit, her
First a 443 wounder. caught
July 31, 1954. All t hef catches
have been black rfarlln and pn
24 or 36 thread cfcss.
Virginia admits the said a lit-
a silver and here wishing her
the luck to et that silver she
ask for yet this yr. She Is a
real fisherwomannd a rood
sport and has mire' rnarlin to
her credit than ant other local
rect. She won the world record
for women for sailflsh on 9 9-thread
thread 9-thread on July 3, 1M8. formerly
held bv Mrs. Jane Knatm and
more recently held ty Chubby
Burt Harborn of Miami, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, caught a 70 pound amber amber-lack
lack amber-lack on 10 Dound test line which
Is believed a new world record
He battled for four and a half
hours to get thig prize; beauty
aboard and that was, real iisn
in and nlentv of hard work
Our hearty, congratulations toJ
you Burt, which you so weu de deserve.
serve. deserve. We look forward to .your
early return and hope you win
more prizes Justus thriving as
wta one." m. -f.-Don
and his crew report" that
the fishing for the two weeks
was th best he had ever ex
perienced, there was scho61 after
school of bait and marnn couia
be seen threshing around m
these schools. They fished the
reef off Caracoles most of the
time but took a trio down to
Cape Marzo one day and return
ed the following day to Pinas
s it didn't look good at Marzo.
They were verv forttma to
have good weather an fairly
smooth seas to make it more
The Nautilus went down as far
as Coeo on Dec. ?o, returning to
Balboa Jan. 1. Thev found fish
ing fair in that area, four am
ber atk were caught, and a
138 sailflsh. bv chubbv wrieht.
the largest sailflsh caupht by a
lady Marlin Club member for
the year. This is the third year
in a row that, she as had tbe
largest qualified sailflsh caught
bv a lady member of the Marlin
The Peri with Pam MnoHv an
v-mk Violette aboard were at
Pinas at the same time as the
Tin Goose and landed 11 mar.
That winds un the i5fl fish
ing season and fr'ves 1957 a eood
; ST.' LOUIS (UP) -The National
Collegiate Athletic Association
droned 'nto its business session to today,
day, today, minus any spark that would
breathe fire into the 51st annual
convention which ends Saturday.
Jeootball coaches left in droves.
following the naming Friday of
Bowden Wyait ot Tennessee
Coach of the Year." Before they
left, the membe. s of the American
Football C o a c h e s Assocition
elected George, (Lefty) James of
Cornell their new president.
ine coaches dominated the con
vention, partly because of the iob-i
Hunting angle which always asso
ciates itself with the affair. But
the only ne coach hired -so lar
was Frank Broyles, who will go to
Missouri tro.n his backfield coach
ing job at Georgia Tech.
The track and field rules com
mittee approved 11 new records
among them three set by Duke
Umversrty s Dave S:me.' Basket
ball people appeared but briefly. at
the convention, chiefly to discuss
plans for the MAA's first tourna tournament
ment tournament for smaller institutions in its
Editor; CONRADO SARGEANT
JaI7.'.', ,v Won Lost
Chesterfields ; 10 7,
Cerveza Balboa. 8 0
Cap. Tom Hamilton, athletic di director
rector director of the University of PitCs.
burgh,, outlined the NCAA's aims
in behalf of President Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's physicaPfitness program. He
emphasized the need for "immedi "immediate
ate "immediate and sweeping action" u sup supplying
plying supplying the physical equipment and
teachers to correct "grave defi deficiencies"
ciencies" deficiencies" in fitness tmong the na nation's
tion's nation's youth.
Hamilton satf the NCAA would
urge state to enact laws permit permit-mg
mg permit-mg ust of tax funds for the sud-
por of athletic snd recreaion pro-
TODAY'S fiAMPi a biL '4 l'-
Chesterfield (Robinson 3-2) vs. Cerveza Balboa U
" Game Time: 3 pjn. '
Smokers, Beermen Play
At StadiumAt 3 OGIocfc
Set For February 2
Mb Annual city bowling
Th 16th Pin-fCanat nnwHrur
Association Annual city Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament got off to a big start last
night over CFN-TV on Jerry'
Sturges sports events program.
Bud Balcer, pres.; John Voss,
secy.; ana E. j. (Curly) Bates,
tournament 4ner.. wer. Inter.
viewed on highlights of coming
This was verv mipressfnl
thanks for the efforts of Maj.
John P. Morrison, officer-ln-charge
of the Caribbean Net Network.
work. Network. James E. .Patterson, chief
engineer. Jerry Sturges, SDorts
commenftor, and the rest of
This presentation was the kick
off for entry drive. All ABC
leaerne secy's now have entry
The nersonal of this tourna
ment is compr'seH of offeers
enlisted mm of-the armed
forces, and ITS. civilian emnioves
of the armed forces and the ca canal
nal canal Co.
The leagiie-leading Chesterfield Smokers f ami ith'
second-place Cerveza Balboa Beermen begin a three-gam
ser.es at the Olympic Stadium this afternoon at 3 o'clock
m a contest m which; the Smokers' Humberto RobihSon,
(3-2) will oppose Winston' Brown, (0-2).
Young baseball fans Of 12 years and' underWfll b
admitted free to a special section in the bfeachersi
It had been announced over the public address avstem
during the Cerveza Balboa-Carta Via Yankee game 4t
Colon Stadium last Sunday -morning, that today's. -gama
would be played in Colon,' but leasrue secretar'v Carlo n.i
valle revealed Friday night that it had been decided to shift
the contest back to Panama. -"'ii y
. .No game is scheduled for tomorrow. The Smokers ind
the Beermen Will' play at dOubleheaderi at ;the Ofvmnifl
Stadium Tuesday night.
woman If our, recclds re cor- hstart and. should stir un some
real competition amono the lo
cal anglers in the comine months
with several three and four day
week ends to enable the boats
to get farther down the coast
Th cam oriffinsW announced
for Colon Stadium between Ches
terfield and Cervezamlboa toasy,
will be played at thd Olympic Sta
dium in Panama 8 stead. Hum Humberto
berto Humberto Robinson wlW on the fir firing
ing firing line for the Sipkersr while
for the Beermen it vill t hard-
luck Winston Brown, (who has yet
to win, while losing twice
George Brnnet Bemeo south-
naw. acain failed to Win. ueorge
lost hu fourth game friday night
against two victories, ius oniy wo
wins have been sbutAts.'On Fri Fri-div
div Fri-div Dec. 2L he shut put Chester Chesterfield
field Chesterfield 9 to 0 and oa funday Dec.
30, Carta Vieja received a cost
ef whitewash from, hh hands by
a 7 to 0 score.
Alonso Britbwaite tinsly got
into the news. The peirery utility
"5c ii ii
nmjE the cmf
-TITE LITTLE :
at OCX ASOUND
See William Holden tn
THE PKOCD PROFANE,
with Tbelma Bitter
- Also -Attention
Here is. the tremendous
- Danny Kaye in
THE COURT JESTER
LOT FOR LIFE
with Kirk Douglas
AMD Vi H
LORD OF TIIE
infielder of the Beermen was chas chased
ed chased from the game Friday night in
the second Inning by umpire Ritz Ritz-ko
ko Ritz-ko when he protested too vehe vehe-n.ently
n.ently vehe-n.ently a decision made by the
So much feared i Herman
coaries as a "wrecker that .lohn.
ny Kropfs big pop-up in front of
me nome plate in the fourth in inning
ning inning was allowed to drop in for a
two-base hit. Catcher Leon Kell Kell-mjin
mjin Kell-mjin apparently had the ball cov covered,
ered, covered, but he quickly gave wav to
the charging Charles, who bare barely
ly barely got the tip of his glove on it.
Xellman. it wiil be remembered
was injured on a similar play with
the same Charles earlier in the
season, and Chesterfield catcher
Marcos Cobos was out of the
game for two week t
of a run-in with the t r ; u
Charles at borne plate.
t vases pmmp m.w
....if u ; -r--. vu-
v iuua was ue twelfth to ho
registered by a Cervera B.lbo.
C .n. The former
ira "Jns u on to a alow
Bob Trice mad his 1957 avhuf
as aa outfiekJer with Zl 2??ut
men in Friday night's ixmZJJ,
Carta Vieja. Subbing f
weak-lutting Reggie CrenaW. he
Ue second frame. At bathehad
'one bit in four tries.
, Opening night, Feb. 2 at 8:00
p.m. at the Diablo Bowling cen center,
ter, center, will be a gala affair as they
will follow the pattern of state
side tournaments produced for
the first time hear in the Zone
3 year ago hv Bates.
The officers and enlisted men
were Invited to Join in over ABC
leaeues. tournaments and form
ABC Leagues and tournaments
of their own on tneir posts.
By Sad Giants As 'Awful Truth'
For 80-0 Ytclim
Of Grid Wars
WASHINGTON. D. C. (UP)
Many a winning football team has
hon honored in the last few
Mi but Saturdav night it's the
turn of litle Sioux Falls College of
Souh Dakota which didn t win
sm in 1956.
sinu Falls' record of no wins
and seven losses included an 80-0
rout bjr Huron.
But Saturday night the college
will receive a "special citation for
good sportsmanship" at the Wash Washington
ington Washington Touchdown Club's annual
Uiiiwr Cfcacn Jaca Lauie wui
accept the award tor moux. nm.
MVP In Southern
KT-W ORLEANS (UP) Mobile
nitrher Gene Lary was named to-
.. . i :
dav the most Taiuauie piuv m
the souwem usocijitou i? i?-Charlie
Charlie i?-Charlie Hurth, association presi presi-der,';
der,'; presi-der,'; announced. V
The announcement came after
results of a poll conducted by Bob
lhi'lis, secretary ef the Baseball
Writers Asso;.- were certified to
thr learue office. .- v. ,-
Memphis pitcher Al papal was
nmner-up we non anc v---rowers
of New Orleans finished
thW. .. -The
S-foot. 2-inch pitcher oed
fr 29 gsmen last season and com-
rJetPd It. He wen 19 garner,
even, iir a percentave of .T31.
He won over every club in the
NEW YORK, Jan. 12 (UP)
Tne New -York Giants sadly ae
cepted Jackie Robinson's retire
ment as the awful, truth to
day and faced un.to the neces
slty of making a major player
deal to offset his loss.
The Giants learned last night
with no "ifs. ands or cuts"
that the 38-year-old Nesrro star
is rejecting tneir sswropius
offer to reconsider his retire
ment. Robinson broke the news
to Giant Vice President Chub
Feeney after considering the of
fer for 24 hours. .-
Robinson told newsmen Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night that he was re rejecting
jecting rejecting the offer but "thought
It over" at Feeneys request
for another 24 hours before of officially
ficially officially not'fyinr the Giants.
"We are. of course, sorry that
Jackie has decided to retire for
ood a Giants' spokesman saw
But that decision is un to mm."
Robinson Informed Feeney
that he will write his formal re
quest to be nlaced on the volun voluntary
tary voluntary retired list this weekend.
Feeney said the Giants expect to
receive the letter Monday and
will forward It Immediately to
National League President War Warren
ren Warren Giles In Cincinnati.
The-Dec. 13 deal In which the
Giants thought they acquired
Robinson from the Brooklyn"
Dodgers for an estimated $30,000
and Pitcher Dick Uttlefleld wlU
become void, as aoon a .jQUe
sn UPblnson's request;
Littlefleld and the $30,000 will
then automatically become Giant
. Robinson's decision was a
severe blow to the Giants, wh
hoped the fiery, controversial
star1 would prove a tonic to
their slumping gate and also
be capable of playing about 119
games at first base next sea season.
son. season. The Giants' regular first-
baseman, Willie, White, has
been drafted by the Army Army-The
The Army-The Giants' officials made no
secret of the fact that they must
now attempt to swing another
deal but did not lndlcae the
nlaver or nlavers thev are after.
Informed sources believe they
will make 'Offers for both Bobby
Thomson' of the Milwaukee -Braves
and Frank Thomas of the
Pittsburgh Pirates. ; j :
British Aufo Racer
Ken Virion Dies
!n 117 Grand Prix
AUCKLAND," New' Zealand,
Jan. 12 (UP) Ken Wharton,
British automobile racing driv
er, was fatally Injured .today
when his Ferrari .sports car
crashed during the New Zealand
Grand prlx. 1
Wharton died in a hosoltal
after suffering head and back
Injuries. Re parnell of Britain
through 24th and adding the
won the roee with Peter. White
head of Frttam ec""d nd Stan
Jones of Australia tMrd.
Wharton was leading the 1?0
lao (20 mle- event when he
crashed, women spectators
screamed as he lwe out of a
cloverleaf turn and flew from
b car as it crashed Into drums
and H's. The Ferrari spun a a-ro"H
ro"H a-ro"H three times.
Wharton. 40. was wearln a
"lucky" reentort charm given
him hv the Maori tribesmen of
Pm'l. also driving Ferrari,
wnn with en vere snd nf
7 jws mll txr honr. It was
ni lit rce before rtirln from
romteHHro to becorn- raclog
manager for the Aston Martin
GREEN. BAY, Wis. (UPVrTae (UPVrTae-le
le (UPVrTae-le Dalton Truax of Tulane Uni
versity has signed to play profes professional
sional professional football with the Green Bay
Packers next season. He was the
Packers' third choice m the recent
National Football Lecfue draft
Back In Firsl Place :
In Hockey league ;
The Montreal Canadiens wer4
back in first place in the National
Hockey League today for the firs
time early in the season, follow-.
ine a come-from-behind victory
over the Toronto Maple Leafs that
almost prodreed a full-scale not.
The defending- -Stanley Cu
chamnions edged the M p J
Leafs, 2-l Thursday night at
Montreal on a goal by Don Mar Marshall
shall Marshall with only six seconds re remaining
maining remaining while defensemaa Leo
Boivin's third period goal earned
the Boston Bruins a 2-1 "Victory
over the Detroit Red Wings.
The Canadiens victory; enabled
them to regain the top rung of
the NHL ladder for the first timsr
since last Nov. S, while Detroit
and Boston now are sharing sec second
ond second place, one point back of Mont-.
Maurice Richard scored the Ci Ci-nadiens
nadiens Ci-nadiens first goal In the second,
period but almost wound up as.
the "goat when Dick Duff of To Toronto
ronto Toronto tied" the score at 18. 3 of
the third peloc with the Rocket
sitting in the penalty box. Rich
ard charged Referee Frank Ud-
vaii following Duffs goal.' and
drew a lO-mlnue misconduct pen penalty
alty penalty when he threatened the official-
with -Jhit stick,
Urged on by Richard s irnucs.
the Montreal fans delayed tho.
game severrl minutes by hnrlina.
programs and fruit on the ice.
When play resumed, Marshall
converted a pass from Bernio
Geoffrie jus, before the baner
sounded and the fans again went
wild. : .'
Police rushed to Udvari's'sid at
the finish and had to escort tho
referee to bis dressing room. Then
the fans turned. their attention to
league President Clarence Camp Campbell,
bell, Campbell, who bad to duck an assort
merit of missiles on his wiy out
of the forum.
SUNDAY, JANUARY .13, 195?
Pappa Flyiui, Gayilaii,
Lucky Test Cbntenflers
- The Stud Colon.Boy' classy .British colt Chir Chiroke
oke Chiroke will b an odda-on mtituels favorite to score his
fevfeAth victory in eight local starts .when heroes,
agaln a strong f ield of Third Series imported thor thoroughbreds
oughbreds thoroughbreds over seven furlongs for a $650 purse this
afternoon at the President Rcmpn race track:
'Scheduled to Appose the ion of,
Kingstone-Alpine Vista are Lucky
Test, Gavilan, Rosier, Elko, Pap Pap-pa
pa Pap-pa Flynn and Chivilingo -he lat
ter two going in an entry.
IManXrn Yeara will tide t the
fniir.var-Ald chestnut sprinter in
what seems as "easy outing." How However,
ever, However, the old adage ''uncertainty of
the turf should always be remem
bered by form players beiore go
ing overboard pn Chiroke.' -f
iirVv Test is fresh from an im
pressive victory in the lower brac
ket ana ne coma Burpr
Emilio JDario will again ride the G
U .Hmadura stretch burner.
mikovtA Vaarfliez has the leg UP
n. speedy Gavilan. This, consistent
runnerup couw aiso oe uij
winner here. He gets jn this race
relatively light at AM pounds.
Tony, tmp9 of the, most racers on
local tfacks, ls now aa in-and-out-er
and must never be 'Overlooked.
"Longshot specialist Gufllermo San San-cbei
cbei San-cbei will handle Tony's reins.
' One-time track star Rosier,-now
In the doldrums of a bad slump
and probably in Heed of a compe competent
tent competent trainer, does not figure to be
an important factor in the race.
Ritpflnsc of his sroven class, be
cannot be completely ignored, how-j
ever. Jose Avua wm nuc xvuo
under 129 poundsthe; same weight
assigned pbiroke, y ,,4
Sprint' specialist Elko should be
in the thick of it lor the first half
mile. After that be is expected to
fade and wmd up among the trail trailers,
ers, trailers, Osvaldo de Leon will guide
Elko under 108 pounds. .... :
.. iTnii Paon Flvnn-ChivilinKd
try may furnish Chiroke with his
nniv atlff eomnetition. Panna Flynn
eets In under 124 pounds but, will
be handicapped by Vincent Brown
Chivilingo is scheduled to carry on
Iv 10R. '.v : 1
Nine other races are included on
the card. T
Natives 1 MU Parte $27500 -PIRST.RACK
0 THI DOUIJ.I
9 (No oailito
R Vasquez 120 Distance to liking
A Ycaza 118 Racing to top form
B Aguirre 112; -AnyUmejoon
O." de Leon 102 Usually fractious
Q Vasquez 115 Could make it here
O: Sanchez 116 Wide open race
J. Phillips 108 -Has strong finish
F. Hidalgo 113 -Ran weU in last
F Qatica 105 Distance handicaps
G. Vasque MX Also prefers sprints
li Race "A-l'
Nativn U s- '" U'5 00 Pel
SECOND RACi OF THI DOUILI
1-Dbr fcrfgido tH finchea 124 -Hrd .t, wtcb here
2ZRlaulv, B. Aguirre 108 r-Showuig improvemej
S-Apache )" J. M. Wo lis -May be a bit short
4 Ocean Star V. Brown 120 -Barely lost last
it-y"- ?F. SAttches 8Bx Doesn't belong here
5-JLa. Eriea 1 0. Viaqtiesl 86x -Should be even lower
, MARGARITA LEAGUE
First Week X,
The second half oDened in full
swinsr last Tuesday 'night witn
Casa Yohros and toe Naval Sta Station
tion Station taking the lead, each tak
ins; four points from their oppo
nenta. Casa Yohros took Buwer
being; led by Hogan with (a 569
una roiiowea nv tirowu wini
2S which took Class C honor
tv. kovt took four front the
rooa with HoDDe leading them
with a 623. Stewart led the Po
lice- with a 520 series.
Affunria Kam. last half Win
nrs tank three from the Aces
in their bid for the lead. Rine Rine-hurt
hurt Rine-hurt iM vam with a 540 series
followed by Rudy and Robinson
with a 52Q ana jawiwu'oj.
seinbr'a mi arlM led tilt
wrisht Bros, to a three point
vlctonr over powella. Devoll lea
Powells with -a 520 series, fltil
son's 585 took class A while De De-Voll'a
Voll'a De-Voll'a 620 took Class B series ;
Naval Station .....V.....4
Casa Yohros 4
Agenda Kam, . ...
Wright Bros. ... 3
Aces a ... i ... 1
Pnlin Assn. ...0
nutter . . .0
715. 841 834 2410
Judge Butler-Judge i
;'r4 ftaea Wi Series W.
!:'. :i i''- .P V'--'
$ Ptf Pen (400.00 Peel Cletes
Would pay fat odds
Depends on start
H Rul 103
F, Alvarea 113
M'-rftJina'; 'vaaoue 115 Usually disappoints
4 Cambrioleur O. de Leon 100 Reportedly on edge
6 (Lanero F. Hidalgo 118
6 (Arpeglo B. Baeia 110
Could take it all
Rates good chance
4tfc Rate Nen-WMieiis" N 4 F.Puna S250.00 Peel Cletet
1 PlliueV 3. M.; Bravo 109 Ran well in debut
2 Cochlaa R. Gomes 106 Fractious: can run
8 Transaction G. Visquez 96x -Good early speed
4Angelita B. Baza 103 -Should be close up
I Currlta A. OonzAles 113 Debut was revealing
8-La Rubia R X. Gil 106 Has shown nothing
7-uU-Moon C. Ruiz 112 -Fastest at getaway
5A Race ( (HI A" Narives 7 Fs. Purse S275.00 PmI Cleats 2:55
1 El Pasha
4 Blue Moon
I O. Patrick
8. Carvajal 115
F. Hidalgo 105
R. L. GU 104
B. Baeza 106
V. Brown HOi
Couldnt keep up
Wide open race
Will improve here
Good early speed
tk Race 5tk SariM i.Puraa $500.00 Pael Cletat 1:35
1 My Friend
J S. Windsor
8 Melrose1 w
"PIMT RACI Ol THI AOVBLI
O. de Leon 114 If he pays on
G. Visquet' 97x Knocking at door
O. Sancbes 110 -Usually close up
A. Vasquea 118 Should make it here
H Ruiz 108 Last doesn't count
' R. Vasfluez 113 Will improve now
7th Race 4th Series Imp. PPnrae $400.00 ieef CImm
.r' : SECOND RACI OP THI DOUILI
1- Am. Maid,
8 Proud Pearl
A. Vasquez 118 Runs we'll when rested
O. de Leon 113 Seeks second straight
T. Sanchez 103x Alwavs a threat i
O. Viaauez 102x Could get up here
H. Gufltbez 07x Ran well In return
A. Ycaca 110
V. Ortega 113
J H. Ruiz 103
-fB Baeza 108
Won Tecentlr .-
-heap but form Indicates
Lacks early speed
Would pay off
Same goes here
It Race 4th Saiin Up. I 'A MilKne $(00.00 ti Cletes
- O.UIHIILA ...
1 Iguazu" T. Alvarez 113 Distance made to order ",
3- D. Beatrix O Vanquez llOx Best early speed -1
Albatroaa A. Ycaza 115 Seems overdue .-
4 Andes B. Baeza 108 Loves long distance
f CamberweU B. Carvajal 10$ Should improve here v
8 Orn. Star O. de Leon 108 Cant overlook
fth Race th SctiM Imp
PtrPanc $400.00 ;PmI Octet
1 S. Slipper'
2 Oro Purito
t M. Maaon
8 B. Mate ;
T After lit
A. Vaaojuez 113 Excellent win last
F. Hidalgo 108 Fractious at times
O. Sanchez 113 Has late foot
B. Aguirre 118 Nothing recently
A. Ycaza 115 Recent sharp efforts
V Brown 108 st was poor
V. S&nches llux Not en recent starts
F. Alvarez 11$ Should win again
B. Ruiz 11$ Excluded from betang (fractious)
lOffc Race M Series l 7 rft-Nrte $450.00 PW Clatce 5:40
I Tony O. SAncbei 113 -Get hot at tiroes ;
1 Lucky Teat K. Dario 108 Vastly Improved
8 GavUAn Q. VisQuez 107X Early speed only
4 Chiroke A. Ycaza 126 Seems much the best
$Roier V' J- Avila 120 Not qutte ready yet
4 Eiko O. de- Leon 110 m vf soeed only
T Pa ppa Flynn V. Brown 124 Jockey handicaps
t (Chiriltngo ' 108 -vi.a aem entrymate
;j.(.703- 697 488 2088
kw$ t,l 24
711 705 696 2112
738 843 838 2419
"' At the end of the five weeks
the standings are as follows;
Team W L TPF PB
BMB ; Wildcats .16 4 9707
Connectors .....11 9 9476 5
Honey : Bears ... 10 10, 9434 6
Duds ............10 10 9503 6
River Rata,,;... 10 10 7876 6
Red Cats,,.... 8 12 8842 8
Alley Cats , 8 J2 ; 8685 8
Matador Mv-nX 13 9
Resulta 2 Jan. 27
BMB Wildcats 4 Honey Bears 0
Connector 2 River Rata 2'
Alley cat 1 Matadors 3
Duds 8 Red Cats 1.
Top Five Average (Men)
D. Bass .
R. Ford ...
ffigh Game (Men)
High Serie (Men)
Top Five Average ( Women V
M. McCoy lM...;il5;; v 134
J. Bauffh .,,.,...,.151 129
B. Thomaa .,it,.12 i-128
caioat u.,'ii,'vl.-' ? 'izs
Hih Game (Women)
K, Calbat 188
High Series (Women) ;
Moreno . -.wiVw 440
..... vl f
Team No. 1 G TPF A VG HC
Kansas Cagers Shoot For 12th
Consecutive Victory Tonii
NEW VoRK" Jan." 12 ? (UP)
Kansas, and North Carolina, the
nation's only major unbeaten col college
lege college basketball teams, expect ea easy
sy easy pickings again tonight when
tney place Jheir imposing records
on the line against conference op
ponents. ; 'i
The top-ranked Jayhawks go af after
ter after 1heir I2th straight victory of
the season against Kansas Mate in
a Big Seven -conierence?, game on
their home court-, K-State won 1U
first four games, Including an up-
set 84-77 veraici over .inaiana, uui
then dropped four straight on Min Minnesota,
nesota, Minnesota, Iowa, Oklahoma and Iowa
So even if tne wildcats iock
Wilt (The Stilt) Chamberlain in
the dressing room, it leoks like
nether;- easy night for elassy.
Kansetr :.; ;.;- :" ,
North Carolina's New York-bred
Tar Heels registered their ldtn
straight victory last night by Whip Whipping
ping Whipping Clem son, 85-54, in an Atlantic
Coast Conference game, They meet
Virginia, another conference 'Tat-
sy, tonigni ai unapei rou.,
Six othei1 members of the Unit United
ed United Press top 10 also have confer
ence engagements. .., n
Kentucky (No 3) tisits Louisi Louisiana
ana Louisiana State, Southern Methodist i No.
4 meet. Texar Chnspjian on the
Horned Fjoga': home !. court, U.C. U.C.-L.A,
L.A, U.C.-L.A, (No.. ) concluded its week weekend
end weekend serie witk, Washington State
at Los Angeles, Oklahoma A.&M.
( Nori 8 ); visit Houston; Vaoderbilt
(No.; IMx-ar-lIissisiippir and Il
linois No.': 10) 1 at Wisconsin,
Louisville (No.-5) ana lows State
(No. 7) are' ldlev f .-s
games involving rated
national champions entertain Fres
no state, waKe r of est hosts South
Carolina, Brigham Young visits
Wyoming, Duke entertains Clem
son, St. Louis is at Detroit, Canisi-
us iiosis &t. Vincent, and Manhat Manhattan
tan Manhattan plays Navy at Madison Square
Ltnnit Restnblurh, who learn learned
ed learned hit basketball en the ida ida-walkt
walkt ida-walkt ef New, York, tcered 34
points in pacing North Carolina
to Its victory ever Clemton. The
ix foot-fivt iitor forward eon eon-v.rttd
v.rttd eon-v.rttd 10 of 2) field goal atttmpts
and addtd 14 free throws.
Two other Nev Yorkers also chip
ped in with impressive perform performances
ances performances for the Tar Heels, who now
lead the A.C.C. race with a 4-0
record. Guard Bob Cunningham
scored 18 points and center Joe
Quigg totaled 17. i
Columbia, led by Chet Forte's 30
points, dumped Harvard out of
first place in the Ivy League by
In Recent Games
Bill Russell, Bob Pettlt, and
Adolph Schayes each, added, an another
other another fine -performance to his Na National
tional National Basketball Assn. record to today,
day, today, but only Russell was able to
lead his team to victory.
Reboudsing from a poor show showing
ing showing in his New York dehnt nn
luesaay, Kussell talhed 15 points,
grabbed 23 rebouds, and batted
away a dozen rival shots Thurs
day night to pace the Boston Cel Celtics
tics Celtics in a 98-91 victory over the
Fort Wayne Pisohs a Fort
However. Pettit' S8.noint. 29-
rebound effort went for naught as
his St. Louis Hawks bowed in
overtime to New York,' 89-84, and
Sehayes' 40 points were wasted as
his Syracuse Nationals lost to the
Minneapolis Lakers, 118-110.
Jn the fourth Kame Thursday
night, Jack George and Paul Ari-
1 Black Bee
2 Don Brlgido
3 Maria Cristina
9 Panzaretta i
10 Chiroke Pappa
V fuH.Moon,-V Binej fooni
, Remlron -.
' Albatross :
defeating the Cantabs, 80-61, while
Temple turned back St. Francis
(Pa.), 60-51; Colgate edged Boston
University, 55-54; Duquesqe nipped
Cincinnati, 60-59, and St. Josephs
(Pa.) downed Westminster, 75-63.
zin scored 23 points each to' lead
the Philadelphia. Warrior tcrout
112-93 victory over the Rochestetji
. Glenn 'Foti
tastest; GUN AUVE
- Luclle Ball in
Ouy Madison in
?"THE COMMAND" 'v
Edward G. Robinson in
Team No. t G TPF AVG HC
Team No. S
TPF AVG BS
15 2127 141
14 1828 In
15 ; 1811 ;120
G TPF AVG HC
M. Charpentler 15zl92ft 128 35
G TPF AVG HC
G. crump ;('
M. McCoy v
Team No. 4-
TPF AVG HC
Team No. 7 G TPF AVG HC
Team No. 8-
15 '2245 149 21
' 15 JS193" 148 '23
15 -'1889 125 !37
' 15u2050 136 29
. G TPF AVG HC
HONEY BEARS i'
727 750- 744 2211
J. Wright 1
813 858 898 2569
843 800 819 2462
758 857 705 2320
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After the weekly bowlln bat
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Bowline League the BMB Wild Wildcats
cats Wildcats are still In first place. They
atreetched their lead to 5 games
bv taklnr all 4 nolnU from the
Earl Blevlns of the BMB wua-
cats rolled a 216 nmi and is
now credited with the Wen
men's frame. He had a s trine of
strikes then had a roorh sont
n the tenth frame. Earl also had
the bih aeries for the evening,
111- .. :
Kay caibat ef the nud's ton-;
ed a high rmi of '188 m" ;
into the high rame position for
the women, she had a atxine- of i
four strikes which enabled her ,'
to roll the hlajbest rame to her
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.TRANSPORTES BAXTER. S. A.
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jlPANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding Jumping uinw wr
3 to 5 p.m. Phon 2-2451
or by appoinrmenr.
WMm tout fltrnre'down"
S BOOT. REDUCINO
team Bath aul fenran
f 68 Av. Josto Arosemetm -!
Dr. BCHOIX trained Chlropedtot
Air tondilicn Class
dltlonine: wiU start in Balboa on
Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.; W -jmt
Wirz Memorial Building op jBal
boa Road. On alternate Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday the class will meet in the
Science Lecture Room on tne
first ttoor ot the Canal Zone Ju Ju-niop
niop Ju-niop college.
The rlasses will start In the
Mortrorita. nolumbus Club on
Thursday, at 6:30 p.m-The
course will run for a period or
ten weeks. .
This is the third of a series of
kauri nn t.hermodTna--
mice. The series was proposea
by the industrial Training; Com Committee
mittee Committee of The Panama Cana
Company, sponsored by Local
Lodges 699 and 811 of the inter international
national international Association of Machin Machinists
ists Machinists AFL-CIO. and was pre prepared
pared prepared and Riven by the staff of
the Apprentice School.
The classes are for members
of the machinists unions and
their Invited guests.
(Continued tram Tf 1
In fact, the easy-going actor
wouldn't mind returning to his
Xiwit love, the stage. If it were
rBut it's kind of hard when
you have a family." he adds,
the two places are so far from
Twin daughters Judy and Kel Kelly,
ly, Kelly, aged five, seem to be giving
the' veteran actor a hard time
when it comes to celluloid pre preferences.
ferences. preferences. "ltMy heaviest competition
comes from Mickey Mouse,
-tctfA Laurel and Hardy close
Diplomatically, suave Jimmy
, tieclined to comment on his fa fa-.
. fa-. vorlte leading ladles.
''Girls are toueh enough to
Bet for co-stars, that is. with without
out without me sticking my neck out by
naming names," he told news
"I was crazy about one. but
' ahe'ran away and left us. I once
gave out an Interview about that
cal. saying she was wedded to
her work, and would remain in
Hollywood forever. Next week
rte married a Prince. Yes, Grace
Kelly was a pleasure to work
with, but no more prophesies for
file, thank you."
An accomplished accordionist
(be once played solo in the fa fa-.nwos
.nwos fa-.nwos Princeton Triangle Clob
musicals), Jimmy gets a chance
to pick at the keys in his latest
Universal International west western,
ern, western, "Night Passage" with Audie
Murphy. He says he even gets to
use the accordion as a weapon
in lh film beating someone up
"Music-lover Stewart was much
Impressed with Clarence Mar
"Lota of ours dont play Latin
music yery well so it was won wonderful
derful wonderful hearing the local bund,
auid the snrprlsing thing 1s that
a Latin band can play our swing
sti'ff and do rood job."
Tourist Stewart, armed with a
Nikon cpmera, plana to see the
Canal, take in some shopping to together
gether together with his wife, and anoth another
er another cciple accompanying them,
and put to on his own years of
I think I ran Just about man-
to ak where can I get mv
urt Dreswd In Spanish And
jT-Ing fmm hJs immaculate
vh'tf suit, be managed.
FOR SALE: On ll'i cu. ft.
refrigerator $150; one Raytheon
21" TV, tablo modal $100.
Phon Coroxal 85-4235.
FOR SALE: Large wardrobe,
doubt bed complara, 9-piece
living room act, Singer machine,
fan. Pueblo Nuevo No. 4120.
FOR SALE: RCA Estate gat
ttove, perfect condition, 2 years
old. 4 burners, timer, oven,
broiler, 2 drawers. Cost $300.
First $100 takes it. Gamboa
FOR SALE: 60-eycl refrigera refrigerator,
tor, refrigerator, 1 1 ii ft., cross-top freezer',
like new. No reasonable offer
refused. Qtrs. 370-B, Ft. Clay Clayton.
ton. Clayton. Phon 87-5130.
Auto Club Plans Party, Ballot
For Monday-Week, Please Come
The annual meeting of the
Panama and Canal Zone Auto
mobile Club will be held In the
ballroom f the Tivoli Guest
House on Monday evening. Jan.
21, at seven o'clock.
There wilt be three important
matters at tnis meeting.
First, the ballotlnir for officers
and, executive committee mem
bers. Then, the main, event-of.
the evening will b an address
by t)r.;.Weldon white, giving
nignugnts or ms automooue trip
from Brownsville; Texas, through.
Mexico ana central America.
This iwilL be illustrated with cor
lor slides,. Dr. White and't h 1 s
family made thl trip : ln.the
spring- of 1956 returning yia' the
Pan American,- 'Highway from
vacation m th "United States.
Also-important is tne social
eet-to-gether for members .and
their wives, with a burre un
per served, following the;ad
dress, , .jfcu),;,!
'V vk ; -fX1 it's
Mrs' Mlldrei X. Turhef. sec-cretary-treasurer
r of .the. Auto.
Club, reauests .that members In
tending to be present advise her
not later than Monaay. jan. it
so that, plenty of food will' be
available for the buffet. Hus
bands and wives of members are
invited to attend without cost.
For other guests, a charee nay nay-able
able nay-able at the door, wW he made.
The notices mailed to mem members
bers members has a orovislon for those
not attending the meeting to
vote by proxy.
Although nominations from
the floor are in order, the nomi nominating
nating nominating committee has furnish"d
a slate of candidates, in accord accordance
ance accordance with the by-laws. The no nominees
minees nominees are:
For president: Thomns E. Fur Furrow
row Furrow and John W. Matthews. For
1st vice-president, Frank Mor Mor-rice.
rice. Mor-rice. John W. Matthews and
Thomas E. Furrow: for 2nd vle vle-oresident
oresident vle-oresident Henry T. Carpenter
tmd Bernhard I. Fverson: "nJ
for secretary-treasurer. Mildred
The executive committee mem
bers are reoresentatlve of spe
cific areas. Two are seiectea ior
Panama City and aaiaceni, sua sua-urbs
urbs sua-urbs In the Republic, candi candidates
dates candidates are Enriaue Arias, Frank
Morrlce, Daniel pagenta and
From Colon, there Is one rep representative
resentative representative and the sole -candi
date is Robert G. Leigh.
The southern area of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone rates nine representa representatives,
tives, representatives, posted as candidates are
Roger W. Adams, Edgar F. Dag Daggett,
gett, Daggett, William E. Dobson. George
C. Dunlap, Harry C. Egolf Rob Robert
ert Robert A. Engelke and Richard K.
Also John A. Everson. James
A. Fraser. William E. Jones. Don Donald
ald Donald E. Judson. Meyer Kaplan,
Edward E. Kennerd. Charles D.
LaVallee. Marie B. McNeff. Oliv Oliver
er Oliver L Rlesch. Ralph K. Skinner
and Howard E. Turner.
The northern area of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Is entitled to three
members, and six are contend contending
ing contending as follows: William E. Bad-
World Pill Chomp:
U.S. Navy Docs
SAN DIEGO. Calif. -UPV-
Wh'ti it comes to pills, the Navy
In San Diego does its share.
The pharmacy at the San D D-go
go D-go Naval Hospital claims to be
the largest of its kind in the
Navy. It lists some of its figures
to back up Its position.
During the first six months of
1956 the pharmacy tilled 155,531
prescriptions; cough syrup is
poured at the rate of L2O0 gallons
a inr. 1
The pharmacy compounds 65
per cent of the internal liquids K
di5pens8 and make 75 to 85 per
cent of all ointments used.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS i
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL, CX
FOR SALE: H. R. O. receiver.
Viking transmitter, 8-piec liv-
ing room set, student's desk and
chair. 3-3126 Margarita, 643 1
FOR SALE: Office furniture,
large couch (day bed), fluores fluorescent
cent fluorescent lamps, fans. Call 3-0368.
FOR SALE: 1952 BSA Gold
Star "500," Call Balboa 1649
ders, Donald R. Brayton. Fay M
Brown. Henry T. Carpenter, Wil William
liam William H. Casswell and Whitman
v? .JlConiUiioed fiom .rgt I)
to; see colored faces at the Uni Uni-vers
vers Uni-vers .of AUbamaM
, hj' Easy to Condemn Jxp :.
Boone xaui it i vm i ...j
the t Supreme.' .Court, and, the, ; Na-
Aasociauon ior tne Advance Advancement
ment Advancement of Colored PennU hnf'',,
problem vis'?, with' :;VOlllflveT tin4
Matwe ; arei going tg do ;as ,"e-
spvuBiuie American -ciUzeni, to re recognize
cognize recognize J.or' denyi privilecaa wh Frh
Mitt :: miii. V 1. .t
. wUll ,mve.t-ijia, ar me
proper, rigntg. or NegroesVi'j
,'ine puoiisher said J,it. iwieme tn
me that our problems are cotn-
oy me ease Wittt which
we appljr rabels and the facility
with which wo sneak of i
groups of people as if they were
'AU white art tint hnnitralilA
upright and fair. AU Negroes are
not dirty, ignorant shifrloie .j
lazy, s in fact, one of the very
greatest thines about
I? Pr,vilege of any person to
be judged on the basis of what
he stands for and what he can
Boone SDeak-, and writ 0i foHtk
the gamble he may get wholesale
suDscripuon cancellations from his
readers. But a week after h had
explained his stand, he said he
had counted only eicht raneoria-
Revue Of Reviews At National
The National Stadium of Pa
nama on Saturday nieht will
be the scene of the "Revue of
Reviews" when there will be
presented a Horse Show, a Pa
rade of th new i957 Cars
whose passengers will be de
butante models showine the
latest styles songs and dances.
ana iun. Tins arrair is spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the Comlte Pro Cole Cole-glo
glo Cole-glo Pontificio Latino Americano,
better known as "C. P. L.."
whose President 'a the First
Lady of Panama. Vice Pres
ident is Mrs. Irving Bennett.
Treasurer Mrs. Samuel Lewis,,
aecreiary. Mrs. Timothy Sues
cum. Director of the show isjlican Band of Panama will play,
Mrs. Jesus Dovo.
The "Revue of Revie.ws,, will
be attended, by President and
Mrs. de la Ouardla and the
Panama Cabinet. Governor Pot
ters General Robert L. Mon
tague, ether high ranking of officials
ficials officials and members of the dlD-
lomatic Corps, and of Isthmian
- v ; SELLS
Asbestos Corrugated Sheets
FOR SALE: Engines for Buick,
Chrysler, Dodge, Ford, Chevrolet,-
teV Transmissions for Dyna-
. flow, ; Fluid Drive, Hydramatic,
Chevrolet and many others. All
kinds of used auto parts. Com
in and see our used car parts and
compare) our prices. "Aceiorios
Keyton'a," 45th Street No. 9
(Martin Sosa Street). Phon 3 3-6993.
6993. 3-6993. . ".:
FOR SALE; 1950 Buick Special
4 -door sedan. Returning Stares,
bargain, Phont 4137 Ft. Clayton.
FOR SALE: 1955 Bel Air Chev-
rolet V8,' power glide, all ac-
cessories. Phon 828-3478.
FOR SAtE:-il955 Plymouth 4 4-door
door 4-door sedan Belvedere model, au automatic,
tomatic, automatic, lik new. Lots of extras
1775. Phon 2-4474 Balboa..
FOR SALE:' Buick, excellent
mechanical condition with radio,
good battery and tires, duty paid paid-$200.
$200. paid-$200. Phon 3-2882 Thursday1,
7-9 p.m.? Saturday, Sunday any anytime.
time. anytime. 32nd St. No. 4-54.
FOR SALE: 1950 Lincoln For For-dor
dor For-dor Sedan, wiw tires, motor
and interior in excellent condi condition.;
tion.; condition.; Call A2C John Living-
ston, Albrook 2166.
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Fairlan
V-8 Sedan. Down $650. $71.50
mo. Smoot & Paredes. Chevrolet,
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Fairlan
Hd. Top Cpe. Victoria. $720
down, $7.7 mo. Smoot fir Para Parades.,
des., Parades., f
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
Deluxe Sedan. $500 down, $54. $54.-35
35 $54.-35 me. Smoot & Paredes.
FOR SALE 1953 Dodge Sedan
Coronet. $342 down, $34.30
mo. Smoot & Parades.
FOR SALE: 1956 Mercury
Sedan Monterrey, Merc-o-matic,
power steering, brakes and win windows.
dows. windows. $835 down, $88.50 mo.
Smoot & Paredes.
FOR SALE: 1956 Studebaker, v
low mileagt Raionab.l, Phn;
Baltwa..!71jM. ; ,4- :,vnX-
FOR SALE: 1956 Chrysler
Now Yorker 4-door. Bought In
States September. Fully equip equipped.
ped. equipped. Low mileage. Wonderful
opportunity. Phoh 83-5126
"Old Established Scotch
prepared negotiate with firm able
handle luxury brand Scotch, in including;
cluding; including; whiskies in bottle of spe specified
cified specified high aires. Full particulars
to 19X1 vim. Porteoua A Co.,
of 75 I
Cast of 75 to Take Part
The "Revua of Reviews"
boasts a cast ; of 75 people,
which includes .thirty debut debutantes
antes debutantes and subdebts of Pan
ama and the Canal Zone, who
will model latest fashions in
clothes as thefr show latest
fashions in cars; Some of these
young ladies will alos take part
ill bllC bill lUUiK CVClltO
of the Panama ; Elding School's
Horse Show whch. Is the first
part of the Revije.
Songs anA Dances
The National School of Ballet
of Panama will resent: two of
Its popular dancss,' the Repub-
the Trio Los unlfersitanos -wul
sing and Carmen! Gonzalez fwill
dance. This wllle a show to
suit every taste, all adding up to
a full night's entertainment.
Reserved tickeU at $2. v and
general admission for SI. and
$.50 will be on sale soon at Serv
ice Centers and other places to
i be announced.
-.. it s.
, Apgrtments poster's cottages and larg
' '1 ' '. "v."' k beach house. On mile patf Ca-
ATTENTION. 6;-1.! Just bu.lt sin0i Phon Balboa 1 8t5. :
modern furnished apartments, I, a -, i u,
2 bedroom, hot,' cold water. PHILLIPS ,'Oceansid Cottages, v
Phon Panama 3-4941. Santa Clara, Box 335 Diablo Hts.
: rnr, .' ",!"-"ll!' "'. Phn Panama i 3-1 877Cristobal
FOR RENT: Larg and vnti- 3-1673
lated apartments on 4th of July r i n m. h.i r ,
Ave. T I -3 52 (facing entrance to ,' X
Quarry Heights). Inquire same CrtD DCKfT
buildng 9 to 12 noon and 2 to 6 TVIV IUlN S
P.m. ph.n. 2-2037 .nytim.. Miscellaneous
w :..;v i -r,,, ... ;,
FOR RENT: Apartment com.- j
pletely furnished, .2 bedrooms, .FOR RENT: Suite of air-con-
- balcony,, living room, dining ditioned offices in, commercial
room, kitchen, maid's room. No. I building No. 3-15 East 29th St.
.22-13. 45th Street, Bella Vista, I Apply r Lindo fir MadurO, S,A.,.;
' 1 1 1 ; Phon 3-I69K
FOR RENT: Furnished, apart- , : -1,
ment, 2 bedrooms (one air-con- FOR RENT: Garage, Edificio
ditioned) -, bar,- Kving, dining 1 Sosa, 44th, Street -and Colombia I
maid's rooms, kitchen, garage. Street. Phone 3-0272. -,- ;
Calle Chile No. 41-46. Cll-3- "1 ; v -
4398. FOR RENT Offices from Fee:
- ' . i .j-, ,-, r--. ; ,- ruary 1, -1957. Location: corner
FOR RENT w-r, Apartments near of 32d Street and Avenida Bal-
El Panama., furnished or Unfur- boa, Do your .work in a delightful
nished, hot. .water, .and garage. nl t0l atmosphere, facing Pan Pan-Phone
Phone Pan-Phone 3-5692. : ama's -colorful. bay. Easy, parking.
" ,.'.';.'' 1 '' CloM b,lk,'' U-S British Em-
tWK KENT: Cool, screened, bassie. and-government, offices, j
furnished apartment, living-din- Rental includes: janitor service. ;
ing room, bedroom, bath, kitch- light and water, air-conditioning
en, balcony, hot wtr, $90. and night watchman. Inquire:
Phon 3-1701. Telephone 3-0238 or 3-0368.
An Outstanding Dramatic Film:
"THESE WILDER YEARf
on Wednesday at the Bella Vista
v -car J
Every now ahel then there comes to the screen a mo motion
tion motion picture with a theme that touches' the heart of every everyone
one everyone who sees it. Such a picture is MGM's "THESE WILDER
YEARS" which will be shown on Wednesday at the BELLA
VISTA Theatre. 1
With glowing portrayals by James Cagney and Barba Barbara
ra Barbara Stanwyck In the leading roles, "THESE WILDER YEARS"
tells a story of universal appeal, that of a man, who, hav having
ing having deserted a son born out of wedlock twenty years ago,
is tortured by the past mistake he now believes he can rec rectify
tify rectify .'. i "':.
' THESE WILDER YEARS is tender and dramatic. It's de delightful
lightful delightful entertainment for the whole family. Don't forget,
on Wednesday at the BELLA VISTA Theatre, THESE WILD WILDER
ER WILDER YEARS. .. ,', ;.
A ev -0 8
ft WEE KEN D RELEAbti!
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sm ? b ti n an em t c as an mm
m.. . i n..iii i i BiBi-i i i . .. i snimiiei vr
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. I rX;:,Xi x1 iU r- ... i 1
j $ HONORIA
Th Barbarian' Mistress
' Anthony, Sophia
. j Henry VI DAL
' Italian dlalocue with
tl Ef i t s OE
tv-io q a t n
3p ....eqfi St A g
- -bwt kv Tnr:" 'Ail ',; a r. --V't
s o. S t s a2
D i d a a a a a cr
' ' Houses
FOR RENT: Cottage at No. 18
Uruguay; Avenue For inform-
tion phon 3-3305.
FOR RENT2-bedr'oom chalet,
. Domingo Diax Settlement ( Inge. -'
. oenio). For information inquire
No. 65, Pueblo Nuev, Phon 3-
FOR RENTES). Completely fur furnished
nished furnished 5-bedroom house. 48th
Street No.;J9, Phone 3-3461.,
FOR RENT-i.Ftirnished '2-bed-' -room
chalet, ; American couple
; S65. No. 4 Samuel Lewis Street,',
facing -Vizkaina office. 3-2795.
FOR RENT; 2-bedroom chalet, T
2 larg rooms, i terrace,, wovcar- f
9f9e and yard. Via Porras Ho,.
135. Phon 2-0487 Softer.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Two Chris Craft
145-horsepowor marine engines,
dual controls, panels, automatic
reverse gears, in excellent oper operating
ating operating condition. See Albert Bar-"'
tori, Balboa Yacht Club, il.v, 1 1
FOR SALE:- Boat 18'-6" Ma Marin
rin Marin Plywood, sleeps two; 'new
pamr oo, new t7 JS-hol E-.
vinrud motor 'used, 18 hour.
Ready to go, nothing else fo buy.
Includes 6 rod and reefs plus
many extras. Boat "Louise" at
Dock 33, Tarpon Club. $650.
Phon 3-256 l J. L. Sugar.
' music '
0f "'',! -V l
.v. .' .. '.'-t-
' HAS COME TO
RODELAG, S. A.
Plaza 5 de Mayo1- Tels. 2-2847 2-2884
7:oo Today and
DRIVE-IN -60c: -30c.
: .;.WEEKEND ATTRACTION! ;.
The White-Hot Story of A Fantastic Manlivnt!
The longer they ran V
through the junirle.."
the Closer they came
pna v cm rdt eauLW tat
..- t prty
J "Real Estate K
.; FOR SALE: Houie, fully fur-
niched, gas stove,' refrigerator,
11 olecfm lights, plenty -of 'water.
- Near Gorgona Beach. $3500.
Phon 2-4474 Balboa. -;
FOR SALE: Property,hous in
Pueblo Nuevo, 2866 meter of
..Jand. Bargain. Pueblo Nuevo No.
,41 jpn;-;.'; 'fe44; ;;-,,';'
. FOR SALE OR RENTi-3-bed-.'
room house and large lot at 105
..-.First, Street, Las Cumbrs. Tele Tele-.phon
.phon Tele-.phon 25-3121,
"FOR SALE: HURRY-1-ONLY
.5 $544 down payment one-bed-
. room concret chalet, .1 0th St.; i
r Rio- ASajo. $25 monthly. Pric
- $4,444.- CASA t PROPIA,
' FOR SALe'-3 -bedroom attrac.
tive modern chalet in th height
of El-Cangrejo on 800 m2 of
,., land. Phon Panama $-0238.
FOR SALEi Boquete Ijomcsites.
Level, electricity, water. Reason Reason-able
able Reason-able prices, terms, Sar Carrei Carrei-ra,
ra, Carrei-ra, Boquete, Chiriqui. V
WANTEDi Acfivd salesmen
- and" women in .interior decorating
line, preferable with knowledge
' of Interior ? decorating,. Must
know Spanish and English and
own car. For information apply
, "Decoraciones Roberto,". Via Es- ;
pan corner with Via Porras.
TECHNIC CHjO Ft
cwn -r Wast trvn br
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SUNDAY,' JANUARY 13, 1957 ... ., -.- - 1 ., ...... (. ., ...
Beaulu Pau Attention 3o Sbeiaifd
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Thi basil for all beauty is, of course, food froomlii ; This means (left) for her lets. It leaves the skin soft, the makers say. She
meticulous attention to small deUils: the wisps if hair at the also.fuids It handy for removlnj strainers a the Mlfn
''mm i "of the neck, the smooth, satiny look of leys in sheer ter), creatlnf k neat, trim apMarance. Result: an Incpmparably
the even mC Z dtritt t cMhes. This fresh and dainty look (rlrft) which Increases her own conft conft-firl
firl conft-firl jues a new electric shaver designed particularly for women dence in the wajr she appears to otners. y .,
By' ALICIA. HART.,.
NBA Beauty Editor
When the same amount of care
ft taken-' with every phao of good
trooming -from the hath to the
final touch of pwfume- the tnm,
'chic you that steps into the .public
yY proves the" effort to be veil
worth while. i
No woman, however lovely of
face and figure, achieves th fuu
ffec ot her beauty unless she
' know that every detail of heT-ap-pearancchas
eeh checked and
a world of difference, In the way
we look to others. A small chip
in bright nail polish can m a k e
jour hands Ainaltractive, A crook.-
MOST pooplo associate- g ray
hair and added poundage with age.
in these Vy, M T"4on
why a worfan should have either--if
he doesn'i want them.
Tints that '. wash -out with .the
exthanpooake care of gray
hair easily,,ifit i-ot an asset.
tinder a doctor care, takes, off
he unwantea pounas. .
VWith 4hes two accompanimenis
lif age gone, a woman yul0K
j .Ji hi. She'll '. probably
find it possible t buy more youth-
maiifr sizes general
1y are th less expensive ones. Al Alii,
ii, Alii, she may he able to improve
.and extend her color choices for
clothes in accorcanc who, u
shad she picked. iz.'t,.,?--i-."
Ca full-length mirror in youfbed youfbed-rooni
rooni youfbed-rooni is, sound investment, if
Wv'been" looking at yourself in
4u. K'sikmnm mirror or your dress-
lng-table mirror only, you're not
seeing tne woman ui wu. r
pic see. ' ''"' ' '' .
' ,,ii.i.nrti mirror in your bed-
jm Mund Investment, u
you'vo been looking at yourself in
the bathroom mine: or your dress-Jng-Ubl
sairror1 only, you're not
seeing tie womi! that other peo people
ple people see. ,?"'' '- v ; -A
full knrJj -wirror gives you a
h-&je toxbeck on front back and
aide views. It gives you an oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to decide if your hairdo is
really becoming, if a dress aoes
for your fUWre what it should do.
It also give you a perspective on
ninp mmhinitions that's essential.
Best plan b tr make a. habit of
the fulWengih eneexup eaca mom
A once-a-wek visit to yw
Vtauty laJon fo shampoo and set
i sat auirieient hair care. In be
tween, ye should ttrush your hir
Tigoroudv, mJrnmg and mgni, ana
vwi hojil leara to set it yourself.
,lf necessary, give yourself an;
oil treatment or shampoo in the
Shampoo your hair twice a
a:' operatton and follow this up
by three through rinses. fewel
your hair pa lially dry and Ihen
finish op wi.h a hrushing. ;Whpo
your h,u- is quite dry, from scalp
to efKis, oan- pei n iinuy iim se
it with bobby pins or metal clips
Copy as (ory as you can the pro
cedure your hatr-dresser uses.
w - - z
Women.8 :; mmW
'ii'--.' ''",'r v v';'-'
ed stocking seam can detract from
the trimoess f your legs. "A n d
they both give an impression of
carelessness in the small but im important
portant important details. '...:,
A 0D someames "put off tui
tomorrow" is the removal of un unsightly
sightly unsightly leg hair. And this should
be i watched diligently since the
hose we wear are so sheer and
If you find that your present
hair removal method is irritating
to your skin, you might try a new
electric razor now on the market.'
Its makers claim that it can t cut
or'Scrape, and that the round head
and rotary blades get all he hairs
the first time wUhout pulling. It's
useful, too,. for trimming straggly
hairs af the nape of the neck be between
tween between trips to the, hair dresser,
and it s pretty enough to stand on
your dress rig table.
Thbre are many phases of good
grooming' that are easily overlook-)'
.J Ol 1 1 .L...1J t- 1 1 t
at frequent intervals, for run-down
heels are unattractive and unconv
Another "must" is a few sec
onds spent with a clothes brush
before leaving th? house partic particularly
ularly particularly with dark" '.clothes that so
easily pick up lint, r ; :, i
Most of us are careful about, the,
obvious, efforts necessary to; a a-chieve
chieve a-chieve : good grooming, but the
Small, equally important. ones can
spoil the finished picture if they're
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Wool, jersey gets together with chiffon to make prettr, soft and
.Informal dresses fr mid-winter festivities. The ladylike look is
evident left in hifh-waisted dress with neat, flat bow markinr
- .1:i,tli? nJ WemlllTe chiffon skirt in the new looser
eff(a lr lately wear. The color is peveache blu. Clauic
By CAILt: buCAS,
NEA Womea's Editor
"EW YORK -4.YEA) For anyithat most American aoartments:
?irl who's -ever frozen to death, and homes are overheated, there's
t -.il T l 1,
i wen, wimi.r uji-j w iuu pi ci-
f 1 winter evening, the wed-
ma vi ma jr7 uu taiuon
j happy tvtai. t r.
Best. way to' get'SilVer" polishing
chores.done is to do a few pieces
a week" rather than to attempt the
whole lot at once Rotate, the joh
and you wont wind: up spenling
half .of i buy day ;at it. ... v
..One way to achieve : a reputa reputation,
tion, reputation, for being a good cook is to
plan your 'menu- in advance. (This
means" that you'll avoid, combining
too many sweet things (or too ma, ma,-py
py ma,-py Sharp flavors) In one meal. j
Tangerines are fine, both for eat eating
ing eating and decorations, during the
holidays.. They're most plentiful
now, '.4 ''Z ' t
ine oftener you wash silvcrvplax
ed or sterlurB; iniot. soapy water
U..m.aiiH it.tt' 4A'n.ltP1i.iV 1
Almost, every'home' can yield a
bi more closet room if the present
closets' are kep' absolutely neat.
If things, you no longer need are
discarded, there's Immediately
room for things in current use.
i: How ; long since you've cleaned
out the kitchen drawers? If they've
gotten "into an' Irritating tangle,
. '. ',
!' Driftf dresses ar" all very welll:
for looking ethereal and feeling a
Void eominf OC Whilp h's true.i'e while 'rplinu tnistv warm,
j aiwii Bum cone a. a -flinncT orjcoior com ninauens .lor orciiitjuiin iwimni jiniiwuiii. aihi.is rmica m a ruirn w xuwiim
psrtv who opens a window 00 one'sjthat arc ideal for small dinner
rs, iignuv swamea nack in toe lmer
lests of fresh air.
it's .'time you turned hem; out
They're probably, cluttered with
useless odds an ends
w Don't toss' out worn-out bath
and -hand towels. Cut them into
squares with your pinking sciscors
and use them for cleaning, rags
They're both soft nJ absorbent
Rinsing off plates and silver nn-i
der running hot water with a swish,
of a rubber sponge does not con constitute
stitute constitute a real dish-washing, job. To
get dishes really clean, you need
both hot, soapv water and really
hot rinse water. J.et them drain
dry in a rubber rack.
' i' ' '- '' "'' i .,-'''"'
Don't led odds and ends accu accumulate
mulate accumulate in your refrieeratorn It's
wasteful of spa'.r and the use of
the refrigerator itself Best 4ime
to clear out .stale food is when
you've just done some marketing
and are. putting fresh thins away.
The best' way" to remove Ink
stains from washable fabrics is to
let them soak in cool water frort
half an hour to overnight. The tone that, you can set yourself. If
rub the stain with soap and wasiji only an expert can et it properly,
it out in warm suds
tailored shirt top H used for belted dress (center) in pal blu
with very full chiffoa skirt BlooMd top of Jersey In a trvt,
brilliant red ts warn over tuU skirt f rhiffon iHiktl. The"
chiffon is repeated in ararf tie at the Berk line of the blouse. .-.
Th blOHSC nav mimM ka wan with a allrt
.:'," .' .
Chiffon and w1 lersev. in eom
bination, allow a gi:l to look frag-
Ressners have aseA th two fab
ries in one color or in contrasiing'stem. like paneled-loo rather;
l.t .. . 1 . j.f-,u;rxlH i
. panics, ideal, u-facl. tor any
1 dressy evemng not. requiring a
, V Bf KAY SHERWOOD.
Do you, ever 'mutter- to yourself
that you're just-- slave -and a
drudge in the kitchen? 'Well, m
1957 you'll get the chance to sound
off -to aw attentive audience the
experts in appliance engineering
and design. .'
Starting on a tour of major U U-tilt.H.
tilt.H. U-tilt.H. States cities in January is a
"miracle" kitchen, an eye-popping
.,r. nf Aen ideas and appliances
in -fA,, nur attention on what life
in the kitchen ir.'gnt some uay ue.
V.v nrv tirinciole. itatenkl and
has 'naSsed its- practicabili
ty tests and could be put into home
use sooner- or javer.
WHAT -. 1 TH E .-. I X P E RT$ want
to riatrmins from our comments
and reaction. is 'What wa really
would like in kitchen planning ana
whpn T nreviawed the: kitchen
recently, in Miami BeacV Fla., I
had an expert gume. -wmiam a.
Maharfav. vice' president ot en-
eineerine and research fpr the
DO YOU LIKE the trend toward
clean architectural styling and the
use of natural materials?
First impression of this kitchen
is of light and luxury. Base cabi
nets in natural rosewood, accent accented
ed accented bv colored panels, are boosted
off the floor on slender steel and
brass legs. ; 1
Wall cabinets are partially con
cealed behind fluorescent-lighted
translucent vinyl panels decorated
M(ith colorful representations of
flora and fauna, v ."1'
.,, V,,-., i 4 ..-"-I...
A CLOSER LOOK at the razzle-
dazzle devices made possible by
electronics indicates that it would
be possible to make kitchen activi activity
ty activity almost completely automatic.
Ynu could, in vuen a xiicnen as
this, sit down at the semfcircular
planning and control table and
push buttons to plan an. automatic
meal. 1 . (
You could flip on. the TV moni
tor to see whit's doing in the play
room or watch color TV. And you
could direct ivarious chores such as
Kpen vour beauty tools hair
brushes, combs, wave nets .a n d
powder pulls as ciean as you
keep your hair and skin.
To encourage your little girl to
cleanliness, give her her own ter terry
ry terry cloth soap mitt in a pastel color.
Youcari form bad beauty hab habits
its habits or good ones. In the beginning,
it's equally easy to lo either. Onre
they're formed, it's not easy to
break them. For instance; putter. putter.-ing
ing putter.-ing t around- untik midnight' when
you should be in bed is a bad beau beauty
ty beauty habit. And a hard one to break.
The effect of 'ey shadow 'is
dramatic only under artificial light.
Its use should be limited to even evening.
ing. evening. After a pamper night at home,
follow your leisurely bath with a
good night's sleep. Try putting a
few drops of your favorite scent on
a cotton ball and pinning it to the
inside of your pillow. It adds a
distinct feeling of ulxury,;
'.The ideal hair styling is one
based on a really good haircut.
it s not a good styling.
O. i n
stated ide jtun
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!reallv formal fewn t ; r-"
; Some of there are 1 cut : to the
daw lonser lent'h for; late t-dav
iwear. Thesi offer the tUra and!-
trev're worn wrta eiegant uiue sa-
tin pumps that revive the roman-
ticisia of another era.'
dishwashing or floor-scrubbing.
The dishwasher, open on both
sides for easy loading, glides to
the table at the touch of a button
and also takes care of food waste
THE FLOOR SCRUBBER, inci
dentally, is, a most appealing lit
tie gadget. Resembling a tiny-
space ship, at the push of a button
u scoots outfit its garage and hur
ries around the floor scrubbing and
By means of other, electronic
devices, you could automatically
nave your knives sharpened, .veee
tables scrubbed, peeled and slic-
ea, cakes mixed, pots scrubbed,
and shortages of staple foods re
corded at the grocer's.
concealed touch controls open
drawers and lower wall cabinets
THE WALL' CABINETS, here
controlled electrically, could just
as easily be manually 'operated,
ftianattay assured me
These puH down.The front rises
vertically into ft valance-like ar arrangement.
rangement. arrangement. t
And this concept of cabinet de design
sign design may well be commercialized
i the near fu'ure.
A NEW PRINCIPLE of refriger
ation used in the kitchen is also
feasible for home use in the near
Replacing the refrigerator box
are refrigerated drawers and cabi
nets placed at convenient working
These are entirely frost-free u
nits and refrigeration is "piped
cold," which was explained to me
as, akin to air conditioning at low lower
er lower temperatures than customary,
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liimtomMt&M&ttrri m i iiminniirmi i i i r i. r nn iiiifi i i" ) n Tin rn alw-irwrirmt"" UjiSl sit
Heart of the ''miracle" kitchen which will tour the nation durlnr 1957. la the control. center -tSI
in foresround of picture. TV screen cam be. used to monitor other rooms In home or to receive
commercial televlaloat prosrams. Wide, white rim embraclne control panel Is reaUy an a5
electronic atov. Units aet In its surface cook foods ih special utensils without appreciable i,,,
heat. At far left It cold beveraje unit.- At left center are dry storare cabinet which pull down
from overhead position. In rifht backcround are refrlrerated drawers and cabinets and metaT JJt4j
bit preparation sink. Gadcet on floor at risht U a robot scrubbins-vacuumlna: device. A
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By ALICIA HART
tuw nam lnncer hair lengths
lend themselves, this winter, to
hair ornaments that carry out a
theme of ladyiue eiegance.
FeaUer hair aeeaseries affcr
w way. to fwetty ap a baJr--
'or rla wtater evealag.1.
Thia .ay Batata,- is aside;
T curled tatTlc feathers aavdl
tiuteelar. rkieetoaa era a.!
meats.: It slides ito the balrf
a tiay fm';
' I .?
Ported dsrrich fealhers thatglideiof yo-jrs. Pack it wir in tissue
into the hair m a tiny comb are'paper and a roomy box wbeu it's
. . x.. J 1 L ik.t
eiesanee js sill, evening gowns
with floating panels of chiffon.
lor -as- satta slippers with U l f
r I $ t
C v- 1 1
uius ucive nver counter ai rient are actually eiectronie '
vena which pull down from overhead cabinet In the '"mlra"r!",.
cle" kitchen. They're paired with other, units behind therfC f V
Vasher-dryer Is In background and dishwasher, shows pav; i :
tlally at rlxht Just beyond table, moves up for loadihf at tht,' )
touch of a control button. s
COOKING is tended to in vari
ous ways. Special electric units set
into the countertop of the planning
table cook food in special utensils
which don't get hot to the touch,
nor does the counter.-
Roasting and baking are done
in the electronic oven, which is
recessed in an overhead cabinet
and cOmes down for, use.
This is substantially, the same
oven now in production. A new,
By MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
In the approximately 400,000 di divorces
vorces divorces which will be granted this
vear in this country, custody of
children will be given to momers
in virtually every case.
Is this custom Of automatically
handine children over to mothers
Just another indication of the -low
esteem in which we hold fathers
Rentrter Howard Whitman
thinks so. In' a study tiiled "Fath "Father
er "Father The Forgotten Man" which
he prepared for the Kirkbride
Fund for Researcn in rsycniairy,
he writes:. "The beating down of
father has penetrated our courts
in a vital sector. In the frightful
business of divorce, the tendency
to underrate father, to treat him
as though the child had hardly any
need of him has become danger dangerously
ously dangerously commonplace."
This Is true. But our new con-
temptuousness for fathers goes
back beyond divorced parents ar
rangements for care of children.
It reaches bark to their disappoint
ment in marriage- and back of
that to what they thought mar
When we get there, we find thatiers of families They are public
thev thought it was a private con
tract to provide each oher wltlH
sexual atisfaction and the thrills
of romanle love. It is In this wide widespread
spread widespread refusal to recognize mar
riage as a primarily social con contract
tract contract that lies the real cause of
fathers' new unimportance.
Fathers make society. They are
the parents who have traditional-
French heels and gli'tering paste
The 'ornament you pick depends
On your hairdo the occasion and
the dress you re we.-nng. it win
not be 'overpowering; it will be
lighL to wear. You can wear it to
dmcsr or the theater or out daoc
. Since these hair ornament are
naturally bit fragile, take care
n in -use. mi.c v l
u ism erusrieo it ue pacamg.
With care, it will help make you
pretty on many gay evenings.
electronic broiler is a companion (
to the oven. .. j,
. SEPARATED FROM kitchen-" ac.
tivitles is the laundry area. $4. 5
concealed behind folding rosewood
doors, is 8 combination wa'sherjpryw
er. A new washing action deagS,., deagS,.,-the
the deagS,.,-the clothes with about three gaoM-
of waterjplus that absorbed byiUjjC,:
, This combinition is a brang
new product that's just coming oB
the assembly. lines.
A 1 Hfc
ly explained it 'to children. Th-jr1
teach them how to get along la"
it and help them locate their own,
places in it.
When marriage is viewed
purely private arrangement in
stead of a serious social one. that -?
affects many p;ople, faihers' prds ,"
tige as social teachers at oncebV""
gins to shrink. In a home founded. 1
on the instabilities of mere per
sonal feelings, fathers' mascuJiner
sense of law and order simply caau
not function. Their usefulness''to
children dies wi'.h begetting them?
just like that of drones in thetjc-rt
ky-sweet matriarchate of the bee'"
hive. -o '.,
So what I find of top interest In
Howard Whitman's interesting"
study is this statement: "A nan"
and a woman entering, marriage",,
make a moral compact' with life .'
and with God to care for the'fruit
of their union." -v
When we can recover fromX'Dur.
spoiled view of marriage as a.pri-
vate affair and know it againA.
public one, fathers will at oncoxe ';
cover tbelr greit dignity as lead-.
people and the managers of pub--
lie anairs. - k
or Open. Golr FimdMoimd ibday
See .results jn page. 6
Bob, Oh Boa; What Tales! An' No L(y)ion
if -i i -i n n i r i n 11 in 11 i i -.
' TUT? CTflRV Tim "Final n rnwhov serving a
.mj M. S.M.JLJ U1W1 , s
ftferm in the penitentiary for cattle theft, is sum sum-moned
moned sum-moned to a secret meeting with the governor, Joe
''Bob. who asks him: "How bad do you want to get
1 ut of that place?"
at the judas kiss of the man's
twisted smile. And there was
Quail Bentain that he would have
to face, too.
"tHE Governor sat engrossed for
Ja'jiiuiiiciik wivii uic vfe- ---o
ifink into a haze that fogged his
' features. "Understand I don't
1 twsnt mv name to come
Jnto this. What I'm going to say
s just between us two. I've got a
.job in mind and if you're big e e-4'liough
4'liough e-4'liough for it if you measure up,
I'll make it my business to see
Vthft you're cleared."
Final took the cigar he held out
v and bit the end off. He accepted
V a light and did some looking of his
own. Joe Bob's lips twitched again
" in that much-discussed smile
which for two terms hard-running
had kept him in the governor's
i chair. "You didn't come here,"
Fijml said, "to waste time listening
V to anything I'd have to say."
.' ". Joe Bob leaned forward with his
wrists against his knees. "A
friend of mine is having trouble
; with a. neighbor who seems to have
y thf botion he's -the Big Auger
down there. Been stirring up the
redskins. My friend s apt to be in
,. pretty bad way if those moc moc-i
i moc-i casins decide to dig up the hatch hatchet."
et." hatchet." "But why come to me?"
"Look," the Governor said,
"there'd be no good in sending
1 atar packers down there. This sor sor--
- sor-- ry son would pull In his horns and
play pious till they left. We know
' the fellow's getting whisky to those
breechclouts but we can't pin it on
" him; if it's to do him any good
my friend needs help right away.
He's too near the reservation. If
these drum-beaters jump their
' traaty he'll be the first to get
Final shook his head. "You do
not want me."
' Final shook his head. "You
4o't want me." I
" "You'll go out of here on a pro
visional pardon. Stop, this business
and you can go where you will
p-you can write your own ticket."
"Not if I'm dead."
The Governor sighed. "I wont
minimize the' danger; it's there all
right. You may run into some something
thing something wholly unexpected. You
might, as you've suggested, wind
up in a coffin. But -you've had
three years of this place. Think
you can stand seven more?"
. Final scowled. "So now It's
threats. "You must think a power
ful lot of this friend. You ve got
. men in that prison"
"You're the man for this job."
They eyed each other crimly.
Joe Bob said, "Your father was
regarded as a pretty good friend
of that chief down there. -You can
do it, if anyone can it'll be per personal
sonal personal with? you. The fellow I want
you to stop -is Strunk."
Final's eyes stared back like
pfoces of glass.
, "l don't like kicking a man
when he's down, but I can," the
' Governor rasped impatiently.
"You're going to do this, Final."
HE put his horse, into the road,
its shod feet plopping up a tired
clatter of sound snatched away,
like the dust, by the fangs of this
gale. It was spring if you could
believe it. He shivered and the
wind hadn't anything to do with it.
His narrowed eyes probed the
darkness, sorting out the vague
shapes of the roundabout moun
tains. Lamps shone from small
holdings scattered over the Slopes
and some kid with a stick ran a a-long
long a-long a picket fence.
Several times growling dogs
tore out after him, barking and
snapping at the roan gelding's
heels'. The sudden swoop of a bug bug-hunting
hunting bug-hunting nighthawk brought a curse
out of Final when the horse show showed
ed showed fright.
This whole country seemed to
be watching. What would people
around here think?"
'Folks will think just about
whatever you give them cause
to." That was Joe Bob's answer.
"You're a whipped cur," he'd
said, "trying to get back of the
stove. And you better remember
it. if Strunk even starts to sus
pect anything you n wind up in
some guicn ana be no good to
W' Ttxt by
, RALPri K. SKINNER.
, iA few times I ave. taken. "long
walks into the jungle or : alons a
fiver in .an; isolated area, and felt
like a real jungle adventurer. Just
a little, physical separation from
civiliza Won and m any of us feel
like beating oui chests; wrestling
with, jaguars, and yodeling like
v j VV't'
Well, Kenneth W. Vinton Via
really a iungU trtvaller but ha
doen't give any Tarzan yells
and hi only concession to look looking
ing looking lika the popular Idea Of an
axplorer is th-' he does wear -an
yctu urcs ne vv ru cb, i Qucnes HOOUY
- Author of the fast-selling book,
"The Juncle Whispers," Vinton as a
professor at the Canal Zone Junior
College and has been for- yearss.
He has been over most area's of
Panama with a nne-tootn comD,
and is familiar with most things
that walk, fl;, crawl or just exist
in ttu area.
(I wast with him several .years
ago, when he helped dig up some
animals that I ved nere many
thousands of years. That was
the well-known find on a fields a
few miles from Ocu. a n nd was
'previously reported in the Supple
Journeying through- Central A-ling one for my money was the one
merica and as far south as Peru,
Vinton also has made several trips
to the Galapagos Archipielago.
This is a treasure house for a
scientist like Vinton because it has
throw -. back animals and reptile
not found elsewhere. t
, For axampla, the only marin
iauanai in tha world live there,
And thtra ara soma positivaly
enormous land anas living thara,
too. Sometimes tha land and ma marina
rina marina iguanas meat on tha rocky
shore and appear to get along
amicably, despite their diverse
Out of all his trips, the outstand
COLD twilight was dropping in in-tcf
tcf in-tcf colder dusk when Jim Final
came out of the cedar brakes and
got-his first look in three years
Tie town hi dn't grown much.
Fifia,had used to hunt grouse
along the flank of these bottoms
and over yonder by the edge
ofjbat ramshackle shack was
where he had got his first mule
taft deer. There'd been more trees
around then even room for the
Apaches, though even then it had
been given them grudgingly.
Ha could smell supper smoke
filtering through the pungence of
mtsquite and the marsh sprung
odors breeze lifted off the river.
Alert, he put his horse across, flat flattening
tening flattening broad lips against the wild wild-Bess
Bess wild-Bess moving through him, anxious
to be done with this yet somehow
reluctant to put his hand to it.
The urge was still in him but
twisted now like the Governor's
. smile, crossgrpined with mistrust
and a suspicion extending even to
'the boxed loads the man had giv
en him for his plsto.
The harsh bitterness of that
moment came back again to slap
him. "What do you want me to
do," he'd cried "kill him?"
Jof Bob's cloven smile broad broadened
ened broadened into a chuckle. "Do what whatever
ever whatever you have to do. You'll be
: J.J &. -.,( t.iii.n r ... k n
yon get there.
WHAT was the Governor up
to? Jim Final asked himself. Why
should he buy chips to a feud in
this country? Final hadn't be
lieved for the part of one second
in that touted friendship between
Joe Bob and Bentain. The only
man Joe Bob had ever cared a
bout was himself.
A number of stars broke through
but the wind didn't die. Jim could
feel it through the thin brush jack
et that hung loose on him now aft
er three years of Yuma, and his
feet were numb from .the squeeze
of his boots.
He passed a couple of arguing
cowhands, snug in fleece lined
halfcoats. He kneed the roan to
the right, idly thinking of Chris
Stegner who had owned the Red
He was on Fremont now with
tha town's multitudinous voices
creeping into buried niches of
remembrance. People h u t r 1 e d
along the scarred prank walks,
cnins dug into turned up collars,
hands deep thrust i.n to the
warmth of pockets. Not many
were lonering out in this weather
"Cold night," someone muttered.
An opening door spilled golden
light across the road. A woman's
laugh was snatched away in the
For all Final's care Strunk
discovered him first, stepping out
of the shadows, coolly blocking
Jim s way. final, in that moment,
was a bundle of conflictions, A
dozen mad impulses came to
shove and pound at him It took
all his strength to hold back his
hands and keep what he felt lock
ed oeoind clamped teeth.
Strunk, bofd, half -, handsome,
iuiea witn confidence, srinned.
Able always to sense another per
son s disquiet, the gambler was
enjoying Final's inability to act.
A diamond s glitter caught and
flung back the right from the
hand he lifted to catch hold of
the roan's cheek strap. "So you've
come bark," he said.
When Final said nothing the
gambler laughed shortly. "There's
Doming here for you, kid. Get wise
to yourseii and clear out before"
"Before I connect with a blue
Mrunk looked at him through
seconds of silence and stepped
back, thinly smiling. "It was you
said that, kid. Better think about
it. This town's got no use for a
convicted cow thief."
He turned and walked away.
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Professor Vinson took ud in the
headwaters of the Amazon. With
him were Ralph Davis (now a con conductor
ductor conductor on the Panama Railroad)
and Doctor W. Hugh Stickler and
Francis Birnbaumer,' lormer Pan Pan-Canal
Canal Pan-Canal employees. Davis wag the
photographer for the 'group, and
some of these pictures were taken
, They approached their goal from
me .4racuic slope in Peru, soine
over snow-clad mountains to get
to- ww neaawaterj of the Amazon
which winds 3500 miles to the
Enrouta they saw piranha fish
in tha streams. These are : the
fish which art pick ell the flash
off a man as ha wades' acres
a stream, (Ditto for cattle, etc.)
Very formidable for their size.
Howfvar, 'Vintca swam in-1 the
same pool with them. Says they
attack only whan their victim is
bleeding., I'd still rather take a
bridge than wade through them
The natives kill them, as well as
all other fish, by a relatively simn-
ly manner. They take the roots of
the, barbasco plant, shred them,
and dump them into the streams
where the fish are. The boison in
the plant; stuns the fish and th
natives just "coop them up. This
aisa provided an excellent way for
these Canal Zoners to get specimens-of,
.the various fish in the
streams they, passed. ; .
Their afs ; saw. eleetrii pta
These thick-bodied. : reDulsive-looki
ing leuows can put out 300 volts
wnen mey turn "on the juice."
However, these f 1 o a 1 i n t cower
pacKS aon t electrocute anyone un
less mey are moles ied. Vinto
brought back a, big electric eel
wnicn is stiU at the Junior Ml.
lege, properly preserved.
ooing down the tributaries .. of
the Amazon, the' Zone professor
used a rafiV Such rafts are- consid considered
ered considered safe and .convenient in that
section. For myself, I. prefer t he
accomodations and niumhinc
board the Panama Line-
A couple of hundred callonn nf
picked specimens of natural life-
were- toiiected, and brought down
the river on the raftfc which is
shown on this page, r ,.
School teachers along the way
weren't glad to see the Canal
toners arrive. That was because
mey offered cash for local soeci
mens of animal life, and all the
kids played hookey to go hunting
ana maxe some cash money, i
rare commodity up the Amazon
i wcu. ts An ranama.
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THIS LITTLE GIRL is admirintf a fnll.ffrnwn nirv' ataaW
which can roll itself into .the size of a baseball Nocturnal,
It closes ata eyes, hides its head and refuses to face life in
" -, the 'daylight. ;
VINTON HANGS on tight to big Galapag os Iguanal Thert are-both land and marin
JKU1W uiut, ''" ( ..'
And now be wis herf, gnawed IWhielrv Row
ty OfXloll ana ioreooainK. piaguru
like Taunee's Mad Springs Apach-
es by the ghosts of too many
aeraDDcd promises. He swore at
Vj. r.mmhjrfd lnnk nf Joe Bob
SHADELESS windows spilled
dapples of butler colored bright
ness through the blue"-black tangle
of shadows as Final jogged past
Rankin's Emporium and Hasten-
feldter's bakery, the good smell
of rising bread fragrantly laced
with the sharp spice of cooking
apples. The teased-bigh wail of a
caterwauling fiddle sailed above
the clamor whooping out o f
- RA1.HOA T!rF,S
MONDAY. JANUARY 14
t:JT a.,- :02 :m.
1:C P.M. 1:25 p m.
The sueceasfcl man it on ovf-
i ouy who euie hod a chonee
or looa. one-
Here was the intersection of
Fremont, and Main bub of the
universe 'some people liked to fig figure
ure figure It, though Final was no longer
of this stiff-necked persuasion. If
he cherished any illusions the
man himself was not aware of
them. Staring at the sights he lat
a moment undecided, considering
things that needed doing. But the
roan had needs and directly a-
bead in the night's gusty balfligbt
was toe open maw of tae sea
Horse Livery where once be bad
worked for old man Chris Sterner.
Some of his happpiest days, look looking
ing looking back on them now. A man,
Final thought, always knew where
he wti with horses.
He looked again along the street
and tried to put Strunk out of
'bis mind. A man needed some some-i
i some-i thing besides hate,
j The roan caught a whiff of that
cured alfalfa and Final, shivering
.let him follow his nose. Every
.bone ia J m ached from all this
jtime In the saddle constantly pum pum-mejed
mejed pum-mejed by wind. And there was a
kind of malicious defiance at work
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During World War n, Professor
Vinton's lone experience with th
jungle anc! his intimate knnwleHao
- r : L . . .
ui ii, ana us innaDitants,. was used
by the Army's Junele Survival
frogram. The Army hauled and
flew Vinton all over this area tn
lecture to troops. He spoke to more,
man ao.ooo uis durina this neiHnd
icmng mem mat the lunc a was
noi nan as dangerous as It was
Jie had- a little cast of helpers
to introduce to the soldiers. One
oi mem,' oscar, a good-sized boa
constrictor, was used to teach sol
diers not to be afraid of snakes
Vinton estimates that about 9.s nnn
officers and men actually handled
In his book. "The Junele Whiso
ers," there it a chanter about Os
car, wno is now is years old and
has attended Cnal Zone school
au his life. He was bora in a
e f . "ft
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THESE BLUE-FOOTED booby birds which Vinton la playing with, have so private a hangout
In the Galapagos Archipelago, that they do "not have any fear of enemies, even humans.
fa hira, sharpened no doubt, by
mat meeting wim strunk.
He put the horse up the lane.
Hoofs woke a bellow pounding
from the straw tittered planks as
they passed under the lantern. Ia
the gloom shrouded comparative
warmth of the stable Final got
stiffly- out of the saddle as tha of office
fice office door opened. Against this out outflow
flow outflow of light Sterner's highchest highchest-et'
et' highchest-et' shape brought the start of a
mile to Jim's beard atubbled'
stoppin' by or iurul, to stay a
THIS was Chris Stegner,1 a man
Jim had known all his Ufa just
about. ... I .' a: v ,; ,i
He rasped Jt th cottony flry-
nes of his throat and ground the
palm of a band against his dust-
gritty pants' leg preparatory to
pushing it out, then gave a short
uceertaia bark of a Jaugh that
was like the rip of cloth. "You're
xoking al Final, T Cbns
The mas Ll the doorway stood I "I'm ant fcnarf 'Xtenr aaul
stiff as a gunstock. The silence I "I nmrt I enuld jMriMm a
built un and at last ha said. "Just stall tor tooishC :
Final looked at him, lips thin thinning.
ning. thinning. He took bold of his reins and
got into the saddle. "Wouldn't cut
you out," be said. The eeldine
whickered a tired little protest,
but Final' pulled its head around
and kneed it Into the hluttrv
night, Th cutting edge of the
wind bit roughly into them, but
Final's mind was miles away and
his band seemed to have foreot-
tea the roan entirely. The horse
flattened its ears and beaded lor
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.L'lTO CONTlNUtO '
. MKXT WIIKI
LA5T DAY! .75 .40
1:00, 2:45, 4:45, 4:50, 9:0 o.m.
r QNemaScoPE f
Spans Scorching Sands and I
Raging ipJ.to bring Yon I
. Drama, AOventurt nd Love I
V v Wever Scan Btfortl ... I
THE DEADLY FIERCE .piranha fish Is smaUr but what
L i savage attacker he can be. 4
school laboratory altfng with his sustained himseht there?, talked
41 brothers and sisters.
Believe it or not. Oscar is' nuite
friendly, He loves to be handled
Vin'ion told me. The fact thatl
took this photo of Oscar lovinely
draped over Vinton's shoulder
shows I was won over to this boa
constrictor's charms, and I'm no
snaice lancier. : v.jf.
Same ef Vlntan's other eharv,
actara described la -tha book-1
am lass Willing t meet. Include
ed are vampire bats,, human
eating mountain lions, 20-foot a-''
naconda snakes, and well, I'm
not going to be a squealer. .- x
The. point, I am trying to out a-
cross is that Ken Vmton writes
with the voice of authority. He has
been in. the jungle, lived there,!
with scores of others who have
.survived under rigid and danger dangerous
ous dangerous jungle conditions.' Unlike" so
many who write books, he is real really,
ly, really, an expert on his subjects "s
If, Vinton says v shakes- areh'
dangerous, he's pro ba b 1 y right.
However, for those who don't" a a-gree,
gree, a-gree, he generously offers advice
on1 the care of snake bites vv'y
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vwnuui una marBiiii iaiuai"
fng," one Stateside reviewer
' wrote aobut the Vinton book.
And the reviewer added, "T h
book grips you like a bushmas
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A SMALL EDITION of Fuerza 'y Lax Is this electric eel which
can stun man with a- jolt of 300 watts. V in Urn Is slipping
this one in. a. Ulndi mit ran to bring back to CZ Junior
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You Be the Detective:
the Clue Is All Wet
. By Maurice Shapiro
WHKN Merrill Abtkitt decided
to rid? himself of nis trail
wife. Angela, he waited until she
was taking a bath una night,
then knocked ner unconscious
- with one vicious blow,, and held
her head under, the water until
Merrill felt that the elements
were with him, for the night was
dark, dreary and rainy. With some
effort, Merrill clothed the body,
placed it in his car, unseert by
anyone, and drove to the harbor.
using a boat, he rowed out on
. the ocean, and disposed Of the
corpse. The next day, the griev grieving
ing grieving husband reported his wife as
, "She was1 ailing," he lamented,
"and frequently had dark moods
of despondency, when she threat threatened
ened threatened suicide. She must nave
gone I out during the night, and
I'm afraid something has hap happened
pened happened to her.",
When Angela's body was
washed up on the, shore., police
were ready at firsfto accept her
husband's statements. The bruises
found on her corpse looked like,
they might have been caused by
the action of currents and rocks.
Then, Detective Shea studied
the autopsy ; reports studies
which established drowning as
the cause of death. After perus-'
ing the reports carefully. Detec Detective
tive Detective Shea called on Merrill Ab Abbott.
bott. Abbott. "Your wife was drowned 1
all right," he told the widower,
"but It was not suicide. It was
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Take Any .Piece of Paper
Arid You Can Do a Trick
v; murder!' .. .
- Merrill paled, for ha knew he
r would be a prime suspect You
be the detective: What clue could
have made It appear to Shea to
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YOU have seen conjurer work magic
with paper. You can also. Here's
how to make a paper ladder;
Take a sheer of paper two. feet long
and eight inches wide and roll it up Into',
a close tube. Next cut three-quarters
of the way through the tube, two Inches-
from each end, leaving sufflcitnt paper
to hold the three parts together, Betid
down the half-out ends. - ',
Nov, cut along and through the center
roll by placing the knife on the top of
the center tube, at the first half-cut, and
cut out the Center of the tube, to the
second half-cut. Flatten out the center
rungs of the ladder, open the paper and
you will find one long ladder.
First practice ,' with s small tube of
paper and you will soon be able to use
larger sheets of paper for making your
A mystifying trick in which small discs
of paper are made magically to disappear
is performed as follows:
Cut out of a sheet of paper six discs
about the. size of a dime and stick them
on the blade of a table-knife, three on -each
The magician announces that bs will
remove two of the discs, which he ap apparently
parently apparently does by placing his left tore tore-finger
finger tore-finger and thumb above and below the
it n if a. These he crumples up and throws
away. Then the conjurer displays the
knife with only two discs on each side.
Next he removes two more discs In the
same way, one on each side of the blade.
Finally he takes off the two remaining
discs, and shows the knife-blade to be
Now the magician waves the knife in
the air and on displaying It to his audi audience
ence audience the six discs are seen on the blade t
The secret of the trick Is that only one
disc at a time Is removed, leaving the
underneath side of the knife untouched.
When both sides of the blade are appar apparently
ently apparently exposed to show the number of discs
remaining, only one is actually shown,
as the knife Is turned completely around :
instead of over. This turn is made as a
sweeping motion toward the audience. At
the finish the same thing occurs, as there
are three discs on one side of the blade
only, although the spectators are led to
believe that there are six altogether, three
on each 'side of the blade, as in the be beginning
ginning beginning of the demonstration.
Complete the Matb
I7ROM the digits Which are sup
.r.. plied, you should be able to
figure out the missing digits and
complete the problem in multipli multiplication
cation multiplication below;
' X X 6
1 s x 0
YOU are asked to "Dip-up" nine i --" ; ky
numbers In succession In the Afl Hye JOf BcaUty
maze above, to form a dipper
as shown by the shaded area..
Can you find the dipper with the
largest total first, then find the
dipper with the lowest total?
Only 'one solution is possible
In each case. You will have the
correct solution If the difference
between the two totals la twenty twenty-two.
two. twenty-two. ,-! ,
Dippers may be in any position,
..handle, up OS, down. r. right .or...
left. For differences less than 22,
more than one solution, is pos possible,
sible, possible, and. the smaller the differ
nce the easier the puzzle be becomes.
comes. becomes. Aim to hit the top and
find the two dippers with a dif difference
ference difference of twenty-two.
' Solution and word of comment
are provided elsewhere in page.
HE Y, LEGGO!
HERE'S party petker that
should leave your guests
' hanging In the balance. Object
of the stunt la this: Placing one
side of his or her whole body
-.foot and head Included) against
a wall, ask the person Involved
to lift the tree leg out and away
from the wait It's not as easy
,-as it sounds. Just don't send one
person to the wall too often or
afl sense of equilibrium will be
lost. This will prove even more
entertaining after spinning the
person a few times.
PICTURE in your mind's eye a
triangular garden composed
entirely of roses On each of its
sides are six large bushes, In In-eluding
eluding In-eluding one at each of the angles.
How many rose bushes are
there in all? v
., Remember, you are asked to
solve this In your head.
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RS. Jones had- IS children,
all born one and one-half
years apart. The oldest child,
Jane, would hot divulge her age,
but admitted that she was just
seven times older than Tommy,
"the youngest ohild. , 1
Can you determine Jane's age?
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I'm selling fin
Oh, don't look to .-.-
They'ro given away. ;
The three missing words In the
above verse are spelled with the
same six letters. What are they?
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THERB la a party game popu- --
' lar at old-fashioned testivi testivi-tles
tles testivi-tles which has a two-word 12 12-lettet
lettet 12-lettet nam. Write that, name In
place of the X's In the following,
and 12 three-letter words will ap appear
pear appear vertically,
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Brothers to You
-TJOW e4d is your brother?" a
man was asked. "Two-thirds
of his age is just nve-twelftha of
mine, and 1 am nine years hlder
than he is," was the reply. Give
' their ages.
, n9g pot jnOf-Jirex mhv '
ed Into a
bar and asked
- for a srlass oft
water, Instead i
of giving html
the water, the!
ed a gun from
pointed it at
him. Startled, the man paused paused-breathlessly.
breathlessly. paused-breathlessly. Then he Smiled and
left the barroom.
; Now w hat circumstance or
set of circumstances might logic
ally cause such a sequence of
Here are a few clues: The men
were unknown to each other;
there was nothing unusual in
dress or physical make-up about
either of them; the Incident oc occurred
curred occurred during the regular hours
the bar was opea.
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F'AIRIJAIRED FRANK, the Duke of Demonla, has
.-. a problem. 01' King Kohlrabi has consented to
his marriage to his beautiful daughter, Bedells, pro providingand
vidingand providingand this may be why Frank's hair has
turned white he Is able to locate the room in the
castle In which she's been hidden away. But that's
not the worst of it in one of the other rooms in the
castle is a real, live, sul-ft-enough man-eating tiger!
And he "ain't et" since Columbus Day.
Now all Frank has to do, of course, Is take the
tight course to Bedelia's room.: But not so fast, the
king has one other string attached to the winning
of this maiden. Notice the little black circles with
the dots Inside? Revolving doors I Once through one
of these, there's no turning back.
See If you can trace the route taken by the Duke
In winning the princess. It shouldn't take you more
than five minutes at most providing you get by the
man-eating tiger, of course.
'TUT your L Q. on these. You are to determine
' what thing each of the groups has in common.
For example, all of the first group are basic colors.
1. Red, blue, yellow. ..
2. 1, 7; 18. 23, 31
3. Anne M. Lindbergh, Daphne du Maurler, Edna
Ferber, Truman Capote.
4. Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Johnson, Harry
Truman, Richard Nixon.
. 5. Kidnaping,. treason, piracy, mutiny.
H 6. Goby, hake, loach, pompano. "'
7. Charleston, Richmond, Salem, Columbia.
8. Caravel, felucca, bark, dhow.
v 9. Peanuts, potatoes, carrots, parsnips.
. 10. Kathleen, Perry; Kitty, Lynne.
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Flight of Fancy Figuring
r!0 planes in a race were to fly to a point and
return. The first plane went out at 180 miles
per hour and returned at 240. The second plane
maintained an average speed of 210 miles per hour
for each leg of the trip. Which plane won, at was
It a tie?
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St'H-FVN DIPFEK tVZZLK SOLUTION AND COSTMEKT
COLOR IS KEY TO THIS POSER
IF YOU have colored pencils or crayons, you can
turn this (above) Into a big surprise picture, for
two hidden figures will appear.
Fill In the lettered spaces according to these direc directions:
tions: directions: In every space marked by letter B, color
with Blue pencil. R Indicates Red Ootor. G stands
for Green. Y is for Yellow, and O stands for Orange.
BA stands tor BRown. Letter P indicates Pink.
Use Red lightly, if you do hot have Pink.
RIEF REPORTS on telect novo
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Tricks With Bubbles
ANY day when children indoors are a problem, you
call be sure of amusing1 them fui an hour or two
by providing them with the means of blowing bub bubbles.
bles. bubbles. Have these means on hand for such occasions.
You can add to their pleasure by showing them
how to blew double bubbles. Fill an ordinary drink drinking
ing drinking glass with sudsy water. With the bubble pipe
blow a bubble large enough to cover the top of the
glass. Next take an ordinary drinking straw, wet
a few uicbes of it and push the wet end carefully
Into the straw. Then blow a bubble inside the large
one and you have s double bubble.
Another amusing trick is to demonstrate how a
nubble may be pierced with a knife or other sharp
object without causing It to burst. The secret Is to
Immerse the object in the bubble solution first.
There's Cross-Figuring to Be Done
TO SULVB thi writs tester, pro-
.. eeed as in a crossword pits
site, stM0 numbers Instead 0
Utters for ths answers. Insert a
einate digit in each square. The
. trick is to get answers that will
function across and down.
; : across ": 1
L. A rhinoceros Is a toed an animal
imal animal with or horns on the
4. Good for nothing. '
C Perfect bowling game.
. Wm. Jennings Bryan's cam campaign
paign campaign slogan la 1896.
10. Pegasus' has wings,
tall, legs and hump. :
12. The centaur ate nothing'
IS. Social Security retirement
age for women la U. 8.
'IS. If the Panama .Canal is
southeast of Florida, wriu 744;
If southwest, writ 640.
' .. ". .- DOWN A
L How many fifths in six and
t. "lO-love," to. tennis, means
that each side has what score?
a. My first is the difference
between here and there; my sec second
ond second makes ill will, my third la
the middle of mop. - ;
. I The angular magnitude
about a point. r
7. 130 as a decimal
S. WrtU "oi" la capital latter.
. Square the cub root of 1728.
10. Clue: It won't do to weigh
that. ' v
IX Hamilton's picture la on
4 5 b 7 6
uiz(giiiosswoiiD With Wisdom from the Wble
this paper bllL no peeking.
you don't know, guess.
13. The minimum that yuu can
win oa the "164.000 Question"
-14. The number of carats ia
13. How many stars la the Big
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QUOTATION from Shake?
kpear is to b found by
solving this substitution crypto cryptogram:
gram: cryptogram: ."
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By ffuoens Sheffef
1 This king wss a Canaan! ta
5 The horns of the ram repre represented
sented represented the kings of Persia and
- what other country? (Dan.
, "- 6:20)
10 He was slain by SibbechsL
tr.e Husbathite (2 Sam. 21:18)
, 14 What is the 27th book of the
1 15 Peraon distinguished by valor.
, 17 Expiate.
- 18 Prophetess daughter of Phan-
uel (Luke 2J8)
' 19 Awry.
22 Hold session.
33 '" Frcct.
24 Relationship held by Absalom
to David (2 Sam. li3
28 Grean vttrioL
33 Hsv title to.
34 King of Egypt (2 KL 17:4)
86 One of the places built by the
children of Gad (Num. 82.34)
37 Sutch loosely. .
- J9 Luroo Negrito.
40 HotteU. '
41 Piac where the waters were
bitter (Ex. 13:23K,
- 43 Beam.
44 Pertaining to apple.
4 Mjrstic ejsculstloa.
47 Notwi th Handing.
8 J Tbe turmeric
64 Grandaoo of Adsm (Oa. 1:
ewoaughtet of VokL r
87 FoUowed tracks et
2 Mountain aborigine. -63
Part of the eye.
66 Speed competition.
67 Finsl battle between'good and
evil Rev. 16:16)
69 Snow vehicle.
' 71 Bishoprics.
. 1 Offspring of Dishsn (Gen. 36:
, 2 Network.
4 Sandhill. ;
6 Greek letter.
7 Conunuou loud noise.
6 Type of architecture.
One of the sealers of the cove covenant
nant covenant (Neb. 10:19)
10 Wner th herds fed (1 Chr.
13 Garden tools.
21 Higlt hill.
23 Husband of Abigail (1 Sam.
27 Be in debt
28 Capital of Egypt,
2s Serving to adorn.
44 Adult mala.
47 Replied affirmatively.
M Give utterance ta.
52 Spanish JTrsnclscsn mission-
54 Auditory organs.
60 Cry of the Bacchanals.
68 Greek (abbr.)
31 Foot-like orran.
33 Boundary ot th Inheritance
of the children of Zebulon
- 36 rather of Ahiaxo (1 Chr. 11:33)
: 3 solar disk.
41 He was cboaea to take the
place of iudas as aa apostle
(Acta l Mi
Anntrr-in a Afinutt,
HOW much tim elapses la s;
decennial 1 10, 200 years ?
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craftsmen, hobbyists and corteo corteo-toru.
toru. corteo-toru. Selected by Clark Kinnaird.
' Contemporary Design In Wood Woodwork,
work, Woodwork, by S. H. Glenlsfer (Studio (Studio-Crowell,
Crowell, (Studio-Crowell, 06 pages: $3.95), is a
catalogue of nearly 200 modern
pieces of furniture and decorative
items for the home which (a)
arouses Interest In attractive new
forms evolved by modern design designers
ers designers without sacrifice of utility:
(b) provides suggestions to home
shopcrafters for construction ot
home furnishings embodying the
best principles of contemporary
art Cutaway drawings sccora sccora-pany
pany sccora-pany photos of pieces for the
benefit of homecrafters.
Tbe Growth and Culture ot
Latin America, by Donald E.
Worcester A Wendell G. Schaef Schaef-fer
fer Schaef-fer (Oxford University Press,
B63 pages: 88.50). A textually
good, easily readible, history of
the Central, Caribbean and
Southern American countries. In Inexplicably,
explicably, Inexplicably, It lacks illustrations.
A comparative chronology would
be a helpful addition to subse subsequent
quent subsequent editions also. Prof. Worces Worcester
ter Worcester heads the Department of His History
tory History at U. of Florida! Prof.
Schaeffer, a former colleague of
his at Florida. Is now a Ford
Foundation foreign emissary.
Small Boat Mechanic' Hand Handbook,
book, Handbook, by Elbert Robberson (Van
Nostrand, 254 pages: 35). Writ Written
ten Written for adults, but sure to inter interest
est interest the teens ger who Is capable
ot doing any maintenance and re repairs
pairs repairs of inboard and outboard
motors, electrical and electronic
devices. It's written in non-technical
Pictorial Astronomy, by Dins Dins-more
more Dins-more Alter A C H. Cleminshaw
(Crowell, 310 pages: 35.93). New,
revised equivalent of a short
course In astronomy for those
taking up the freest, most In Instructive
structive Instructive of bobbles.
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1 "- JUBILANT JULIf Lovely Hollywood actress Julia
Adams Jioses happily with pew son, Stephen Dantoa.
PALS QF THE RANGE Life was slightly on the forlorn side for this calf, deserted 'i'
by its mama on the range, until pretty cowgirl Sue Rpwton came- along and
they became fast pals. The two are on a ranch a few miles south of, Tucson, Ariz;
O i t C ir I if,
; : ; TOWN BUILT LIKE A CASTLE Remarkable in construction is the mountahi Jown
of Tourettes in French hills to the north of Nice. It looks much like a sprawling
m castle with the dozens of homes trying to hold their places in the sunshine.
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N THXEE CENTURIES OF EATING These two American dinner tables are 300 years
' j apart but similar in informality and functional simplicity. The hostess of today,
pat RelinU, lights a colorful candle while her 1650 counterpart. Betty Dul,
- flights band-dipped candle. Latter setting is from Ford muwura, Dearborn, LLch.
. TOYS ro TOTSIn' Denver ; Cecilia Koehnk holds ' E GOLDEN CHURCH This is one of the gold-encrusted sid altars of the 400T -22
SSiffSSd 1SSSZSZ w-ld ch-urch of .S-an r"nct in Ecuador' 9e theworld's most
;v,;4,' m m.nv l-rt w. 1 amazing rengious eainces. tts vast weaitn ot art masterpieces, pamungs ana , .V
k.K..f tr i..! to--, amazing rcugiuus euuices, lis vasv weami v i i ,inavervici.-ca, yam-iuga
phanages.. Toys were among many left on planes. mh Md Jm centurles m on view for tourists and worshipperg alike.
GREAT. SALT LAKE NOW A SEAPORT
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embankment into the lake. Tht embaftkment takes the place of the trestle on the
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linn lalra-cnli'tHncr nrn4sct has msu1 t.lttl VaTlpv. ITt a spannrL A twrt.anH-nnp-
gravel stockpiles out into the lake. The large barges make two trips every day.
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At little Valley, giant barges are moving In fa pick vp their cargoes for the lake.
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CHRISTMAS TREES TO BURN Zo Anne Trimberger
( left) looks as if she is not sure that she wants to throw
her tree. on the blaze at the HollowelTs Christmas tree
: burning last Saturday night, but Virginia Herons (right) is' V-''
ready to add fuel to the fire. (Photo by Jean, Bailey) ': A
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WHEN vDO WE START? Douglas Crook and Michael Cousins wait Impatiently lor the bon
.Hi to begin. K -
READY TO RUN Two smoke-stained tree burners stand poised, ready' te run to tbe lire with
their offerings. The fire was kept ander control by skillful spervising of tbe children's activities.
' WAITING FOB THE RTfiNAL ThU WttU trt hnVner wait
for a signal from HollowelL When the flames die a little lower
he will five her tha nod and she will ran to throw her tree on
the fire. -
Story and pictures by
"It comes every year, like
penance to me
Th day that I take down the
move the rusr over and pull
out a chair. ?
And still the poor room looks
forsaken and bare,
know it seems silly, '
It Just wouldn't do
To try to have Christmas the
whole year through,
But I do love my tree with Its
And I hate to go back to a
Many adults feel Just this way
when it comes to the annual
chore of taking down the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas tree, but children of the
Canal Zone have no s w c h
qualms, once Santa has been
and left his orienngs. mey can i
wait to ret on to the next excite-
ment--the Christmas tree burn
ing, v v ...,,-T'.'..
Some or the uttie ones, wno
are lust learning about Christ
mas may howl as the baubles
come off. but thev are ouickly
shushed by their older brothers
and sisters, and if they 'are
lucky, they are allowed to tag a a-long
long a-long to collect Christmas trees.
mm, its j
a t 1
: 1 $
The children go front7 door to
door asking. "Have you promise
ed your tree to anyone?" ,;
Sometimes they are met by the
children of the house and find
themselves beating, a hasty re-
treat.- One youngster, impatient
for a tree ihat had been promise
ed, walked into the house and J
striDned the tree of Its decora
tions, and was taking it off, wheni
an amazed nousenoiaer came in
and surprised him. v
Another tot rang the door-bell
and announced, "It's time to
take down your Christmas tree.
J need it for tonight."
But most of the collectors De-
hare with decorum,: and they,.;,
are welcomed as they come to
collect their booty. t ''-
Once New Year's Day u over,
Zonlans accept trees being tow-.
ed behind bicycles as a common
sleht. cam-and trucks are also
brought into the act. and some. ?
times along a quiet road, a truck
wiQ crawl at snail's pace drag-j'
ginq behind It. dozens of trees
with small fry riding joyously on -them.
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More elaborate than most-
Christmas tree burnings, is the,
nartv 1 that the Hollowells of t
Diablo Helchts give each year.
Bill ; Hollowell, who -started :?
Christmas with a bang by haul-
TALKING THINGS OVER The rirls discass the matter. hH th boTS lh traea for
the bonfire. From left to right here arc Phtricia Lawyer, Diane MkbeJ, Barbara Slotain, and
TIME OUT FOR A COOL DRINK Fhilio Steers III wait
patiently while his Uttie sister fiUs her cap with Kool-Aid. In the
iu 1 paiicuw; wuiie nq llllic I0KT IIU9 mi cup Wlin AOSfAIB.
I (backgronnd two teenaged tree-barners take a break..
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lowell welcome quests to their Christmas tree; burning, which has
become an annual affair at Diablo Heights. .- r ,
insfZdne kids In a sleigh, drawn
by a jeep disguised with two big
reindeer figures, ended it with a
wallop at his Christmas tree
burn, last Saturday. -f
Preparations tegan by ready readying
ing readying the grounds for the bonfire.
The Hollowell house is situated
high above a flat plain, which Is
covered with watet from the ca canal
nal canal at extremely high. tidei but
at 1 other times Is. a forest of.
rushesand weeda. ;
? A laree.area had to be cleared
here, and the children headed
by Cody, and "Tinker i Hollowell
clearer most or wie iana.mem-?
selves with machetes.-; ...
1 To Mrs. Hollowell fell the task
of catering for what turned out
to be about 100 adults -and 200
children. Some of her neighbors
who helped prepare the elabor elaborate
ate elaborate buffet were Mesdames Wil Wilson
son Wilson Crook,' Robert Turner; Russ
Melssner,. Llndsey Turner and
Wayne Foscue.,-; fuj- yts
The iiehUfisr system, which had
i everything from Christmas deco-
) rations to llooouigrits on tne
bonfire sites was set up by Hol
lowell with the help of Bill Spen
cet and Robert Turner.
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As the trees were brought, to
the housethey were thrown o o-er
er o-er the fence and allowed to fall
to the plain below. Then they
were gathered and stacked In
heaps, some or tne. pnnaren ma
trees bpck amongst the' reeds to
bring tnem out at tne end ox
the fire to "produce one m o re
i While the actual fire was 'to
progress Hollowell acted s mas master
ter master of ceremonies and called the
children to throw the trees on
the blaze. Parents of wilful chil children
dren children were amazed to see the
way they implicitly obeyed his
orders but as Hollowell said,
They'd better, if they want to
come next yeor.' ;s.
LOOKING DOWN ON THE FIRE
a the edge of the HolleweU's garden to watch tha bonfire below,
and hostess Mr. and Mrs. Hoi
f This supervision and the con
slant use of a running hose were
safety measures to keep the fire
from getting out of hand.
' Freddie Hall manned the hose
and ran around the fire putting
out RDarks and wettine down the
edges so that it would not
spread, .v-; .' '
More than 650 trees were burn
ed at the Hollowelt party, and
the audience watching from the
fence, on the edite of the Hoiio.
well garden had a 'perfect view
of the blaze. Trv .'-r
But nobody had more fun than
the children,, who, smoke-grimed
and wearv could only i be
tempted away from the last
dying coals by the hot-dogs and
other ; goodies which, .were on
nana in unumiiea tiuanuties
after the fire fun was over.
. Somo of the families who took
part in the fun were those of
Philip Steer, Jr., John, Hollen,
Frank Lurcnen, wnson crooKs,
c. r. La clair. Bill Woods. Rob-
'ert Woods, Melvin Biermah, Bill
Mallory, Walter Colclasure, Jack
Morris, Donald Howertn, capt
Hearon. Holly Ebert, Jimmy Da
ran, Melvin walker, Truman
Hoenkes, Andy Frazier- from
Gamboa and Dick Hirons from
Althoueh the Hollowell oarty
was a private party, lt is typical
In many ways of the Christmas
tree burnings which have been
taking place all over the Isth
mus 'this week. v 'yhM...''
"Most of them are on a smaller
scale but some are community
parties, block burnings and oth
er iolnt efforts. Whatever size
er tne istnmus attena, xney win
be auick to agree that this is
the best way of all to finish the
holiday season.. : ; :
Guests lined an at the fence'
" TIME TO-START THE BONFIRE Diablo kids await the climax of a week of work and antl-
rJnatuin. mm tha mnment for lirhtlnr the fire d iwi near; Freddie JIall. Jo is hidinr behind the
center Christmas tree here, manned the hose during 1h actual
round the fire soaking wet and
HAULING TREES Two rood
ing trees all week, keep' on with
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put out any sparks that leu out
workers Milton Parsons and George Turner, who have been haul
the rood work as aero hour approaches.
a apace for the bonfire.
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' By Ogdea Nash , : ;
Few things are less endearing than a personal comparison,
sBut I know a lady who is very like the elusive mother of
Mr. Milne's James
James Morrison Morrison.
She would be a perfect wife could she but be restrained by a
leash or a fetter
Because she has the roving tendencies of an Irish setter. :
Her husband assists her from the cab and stops to pay the fare,
And when he turns around she isn't there,
She !s a hundred yards off, blithe as a flock of linnets,
And in a fair way to do the mile under four minutes.
He assists herefrom the train and by the time he has caught
a porter sha Is at the top of the moving stairway,
And again to do the mile under four minutes she, is In a
She shoots ahead of him in London crowds and leaves him
behind fumbling with lire in Pisa,
Despite the fact that he is in sole possession of all fh travel travellers'
lers' travellers' checks and their Joint passport and visa.
If in the Louvre she exclaims "Oh, look at the Mona Lisa!,"
and he pauses to look at the Mona Lisa.
By the tinie.he has look she is three corners and forty master masterpieces
pieces masterpieces away, and himself alone with the same old
money and passport and visa. i-.,;
Sometimes he la touched and flattered by her faith In him,
r but mostly he feels like Queen Victoria's chair,- -,
Which Queen Victoria never looked behind at before she sat
down, because she Just knew it would be there.
HURRAY FOR THE CLICHE
:, By F. Fratt Green
The wretched 3.in he would never let
rise, shine, glow, wester, or set shouted hurray
when Professor X, that Inveterate enemy of the cliche,
that Emperor of Critics, called It a day. -v
Streams, after his obsequies, gushed
and gurgled again; roses blushed; mountainous seas
were lashed to fury or hush-hushed to sleep; trees
spoke their native language, Tennysonese.
The air registered again the sighs
of Poetesses, whose starry eyes the Muses obeyed,
and a Young Poet, to his surprise, saw in a glade
a eoupletf shy fawns dappled with shade.
All Poems Courtesy of The New Yorker.
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WASH LINE'S A BATTLE LINE-Wearing a revolver at her
nip ana Keeping tnt ramuy rise nearby, Mrs. Devorah Perlmut Perlmut-ter
ter Perlmut-ter hangs out the wash at her home in Israel, near the troubled
Jordan border. With ber husband in the army, the must carry
on as provider and protector of the borne, much as American
pioneer women did.
The Washington MerryGo-RounO
Warren, daughter of Chief Justice
Earl Warren, will become iv
tar ... Senator McClellan of Ark
ansas will give a light dust-off to
Vice President xsixons lormei
eamnaien manager, Murray Chot
iner. for influence-peddlins ... Mc
Clellan,will make headlines with his
probe of racketeering in the Team
tiers Union and teamster czar
James Moffa ... Senator Kefauver
will start a sensational mvestiga
tion of big business monopoly ...
Senator Bricker will get a com compromise
promise compromise kiss from Eisenhower for
bis famous Bricker Amendment,
partially modifying the President's
treaty-making power ..'The Army
will start a death battle with the
Air Forte over the right to pro
duce long-range missiles and big
airplanes ... France will become
the fourth nation to dfvorce itself
from the United States and manu
facture its own atomic weapons.
France will use those weapons, for'
the first time in battle against Al
gerian rebels ... The Russians will
launch their first atomic-powered
vessel a 15,000-ton ice-breaker
for use in the Artctic... The AFL
CIO will try to override the Stab
Department's veto against a labor
boycott of Russian goods.
BUSINESS Will be moderately
for. State Department does exactly ta
opposite of his announced policies
he will not chastise his State Pe
partment. ... With Russia offering
Me greatest opportunity in history
to break down the" Iron Curtain
and make new. gains for peace,
the President will hesitate. There
will be no new dynamic policies.
Though there have been head
lines over Hungarian refugees,
there has been no new policy to
oeip Hungary, no imaginative lead
ership to help the people behind
ne iron curtain... Though the u
nnea Mates torceov peace over
Suez there was no broad grasp of
ine long-range problems in the
Near East so necessary to perm
nent peace ... The President will
continue to talk peace, wish for
peace, pray tor peace. But there
will be no renewed courage as a
result Of his tremendous Novem
ber, landslide; to bring about peace
BEHIND THE IRON CURTAIN
-This will be ; the Soviet's 'most
cruuiai year. win aiso pe a cru
cial year for the rest of the world.i
Unrest will continue in the satelBtt
nations, with Poland the nex
country to stage riots. East Germ
any could follow ... Premier Choi
En-lai will visit Poland and civ
his indirect blessing to the prin
ciple of more independence from
Moscow ... The battle inside the
good,' but won't approach the bigiKfemlhv will finally result in a
M tntLK tr. ( . : 1 i trilifnnli ai 41ia mAilaystA ,n)i Ct n )
year of 1955. Farm Inrome wil
remain ahout level.. Older people
wui suner because ot increased
prices. r. v
Tbe biggest economic argument
inside the Eisenhower. Admimstra
tion over hard money will be
raging row before the end of the
year, with a probable reversal of
that policy. .
THE CABINET At least four
members of Ike's Cabinet will re
sign before the end of the year:
John Foster Dulles as Secretary
of State, James Mitchell as Sec
retary of Labor, Charles E. Wilson
as Secretary of Defense, and Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Summerfield as Postmaster
IN POLITICS-- Vice President
Nixon will be busier than a bird
dog playing tbe part of 'Eisen
hower, Jr." He will make a trip to,
Western Europe, have more pic pictures
tures pictures taken, garner more head
lines. 1 r
The President will not "be active
politically. But the men around
him will be tough and ruthless in
weeding out opposition to his poli
cies, especially! inside the Repub
lican Party. The Old Guard of the
GOP will almost disappear. The
party will be remade in Ike's im
ge. Tr this end, the magic name
Eisenhower" will be used all ov
er the USA...
Nixon, once a conservative, will
be in the vanguard of remaking
the Republiccr. Party ... The Dem
ocrats will go through 1957 divid
ed and bickering. The Texas lead
ership in Congress will weaken
partly because of Sam Rayburn's
age, partly because of Lvndo l
Johnson's lessened prestige ... The
on;e powerful Southern wing of
the party will lose its Ueht control.
yet the Northern liberals will not
be able to win 1 control 1.: Some
Northern Democrats will patch up
a precarious truce; with such Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower liberals as Senators Case
of New Jersey and Javits of New
triumph for the moderate anti-Stal
inists chiefly because the Rus Russian
sian Russian people like the taste of their
new liberties and cannot easily be
turned back .... Student murmur murmur-ings
ings murmur-ings will increase in Russian u u-niversities...
niversities... u-niversities... Russia will pull back
most of her expensive armament
previously given the Polish, Czech,
and satellite armies-.. .Tito will en endeavor
deavor endeavor to organize a loose-knit
league of Communist countries in- :
dependent of Russia In general,
the Kremlin will be kept intensely
occupied with domestic problems.
Tills could mean a gradual demo,
era tiza tion of the Soviet system.
IN FOREIGN AFFAIRS Prime
Mmisier Eden will resign and he
succeeded by R. A. Butler, No. 2
man in the Conservative Party ...
Red China will release the last of
the American prisoners .. The U
nited States will not recognize Red
China or agree to its admission in into
to into the United Nations ,., Anti A A-merican
merican A-merican sentiment in Japan will
be co rite so strong that the U.S. Air
Force will move its headquarters
from i apan to Hawaii,! while the
Army will move its headquarters
from Japan ta Korea The long
rebuffed Big Three Conference
which Eisenhower had ducked '.will
finally be held in Washington be
tween Prime Minister Eden, Pre- ;
mier Mollet. and Eisenhower. Ev-
en this will not entirely reinstate
t rance-American-fmtish friend
ship The United States will move
closer to Asia and Africa. Europe,
to offset this,, will move closer to
Latin America. i.l There will be
serious trouble in Panama before
the year i over .. Bloody fighting ,'
will continue sporadically in .. tbe
Near East ., t
By PETER EDSON
PEACE President Eisenhower
wno made bis fame as a man of i
war. will endeavor to establish his
final place in history as a man of
"WASHINGTON (NEA) Drafts
for 2. proposed news laws to im
prove the U.S. transportation sys
tern will be sert to Congress this
year. They will be presented by
the Interstate Commerce Commis
sion under its 1957 chairman, Qw-:
en uarke of yawma, wasn., an
Eisenhower appointee. This is the
first time such a package deal has
ever been presentea.
Heretofore the ICC has sent gen
eral recommendations to Congress
in lis annual report. But the na
tura of these proposals has always
been so technical and so compli
cated that the actuat drafting of
legislation to carry them out has
beea lost in iongressional commit
tees. And nothing much ever hap
It is to overcome this difficulty
that the ICC in 1956, under Chair Chairman
man Chairman Anthony F. Arpaia, decided
to make it easier for Congress by
sending up actual drafts on -what
the Commission thinks should ; be
done. Over 50 drafts were consider
ed before the lit was boiled ovn
U) the final 28. Interstate i Com
merce Committees- of Senate and
House n begin hearings on these
bills and thus ae much legislative:
timel '"':(.. t'
DETAILS ON THE new trans
portation legislative program are
being withheld till the ICC report
goes to Congress. But it is known
that the program will cover every
phase of surface transportation
rail, truck, bus, water and freight
forwarding. ; .-
In one sense the newICC legis
lative program will be an answer
in t h ivrAmmpnHfltinna nf
peace. He will work toward this President Eisenhower's cabinet-;
""teiy, dui someumes u- level Advisory Committee on Trans
in ine backsUge battle now be
ing waged between his disarma disarmament
ment disarmament adviser, Harold Stassen, and
the Pentagon for tbe banning of H H-bomb
bomb H-bomb tests and tbe dread interebn interebn-tinectal
tinectal interebn-tinectal ballistic missile, he will
noi tare a forthright stand. Fear-I
ful of banning H-bomb tests as now
being waged between his disarma disarmament
ment disarmament advisor Harold Stassen, and
-he Pentagon for' the banning of
H-bomb tests and the dread inter intercontinental
continental intercontinental ballistic missile, he will
not taxe a lortnnght stand. Fear Fearful
ful Fearful of banning H-bomb tests as now
urged by St?ssen and once urged
by Adlai Stevenson, he will agree
ut can super 11-oomb tests
portation, which tried to write
new ua clonal transport policy.
The "report of this committee
headed by Secretary of Commerce
bmclwr weeks, would have relax
ed ; an government controls over
It would have limited ICC's rate rate-making
making rate-making powers and would have
limited the Commission to setting
maximum and minimum rates on
ly. This would have-allowed high
way, rail and water transportation
companies to compete for traffic
on dog-eat-dog basis, a ,"
The Weeks report was given gen general
eral general approval by the railroads. But
it was condemned by airline, wa
ed railroad rate-cutting and cut cutthroat
throat cutthroat competition;
COMMISION went, aong with a a-bout
bout a-bout half of the report. The 84th
Congress did nothing about it at all.
The report today is considered
pretty much of a dead duck. y
President Eisenhower may plug
for enactment of some of the Cabi-
net committee recommendations
in one of his messages to Congress.
But not even tbe railroads are
showing .any enthusiasm for get-
ting the whole transportation po policy
licy policy package e acted. It is con-
sideced too sweeping a program to
adopt all at one time, j
The railroads are, however, push
ing for two pieces of legislation in
particular durin,', the 85th Congre
For one thing, the railroads and
all other forms of transport want ;
ihe present 10 to 30 per cent taxes
on passenger and freight traffic
repealed. They .have, a National
Conference for the Repeal of Taxes
on Transportation lobbying for -it,.
This conference is headed, by Don
Ward, vice chairman of Olin-Mathi-'
eson Chemical Its membership in in-eludes
eludes in-eludes nearly 300 organizations of
shippers and c rriers. i y
. TH E : S E CON C MAJOR raUroad
legiOcive project is a carry-over
from the last Ccngress. It is a pro-.
pos:.'; to eliminate the present re-
quirement that Interstate Com
merce Commission take into con consideration
sideration consideration the effects of rate
changes for one form of transporta
tion pa the traffic,' profits and re-
venues of ; a competing form of
( ICC granted the railroads an e-"
mergency seven per cent increase
in eastern freight rates and five
per cent in the West; effective Dec.
?8. A petition for a seven per cent
increase in southern freight rates
is pending. av' f-.y.r
ICC is als6 investigating whether
additional .freight rate increases
should be granted to give the rail railroads
roads railroads a fair return on their invest investment.
ment. investment. That return was .95 per cent
In 1956 and 4.2 per cent in 1955.;
Six eastern roadY have asked I-
CC for a 45 per ?ut increase in
first-class passenger fares and five
per cent increase in coach fares
on fiQ western and eight eastern -railroads,
plus a nation-wide seven
per cent increase in Pullman fares.
He will continue to urge people
te-people friendship, but when his ter and highway carriers who fear-
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I ; 1 j cooked when wt get home!"
i THEY'VE TAGGED Capitol ICL
wLh a new name. It's now called
the "Mole Hill" by some Jokers
1 That': because extensive drilling
lis now joing on to. test toe
1 strength of the ground around the
WASHINGTON (NEA) .Now Capitol for possible underground
' By DOUGLAS LARSEN
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KENNETH O.. CILMORE
5. h Km when thev start claying
musical eftices up on vPu
With Congress back in session
the scramble for bigger ipd'bet
ffi.o is off te a fast start
Thia var seven choice suites in
THE SEXPOTS OF ,
HOLLYWOOD j ; i f
'The Rfainv lmaees. full of "sway
in rharm ant bouncy? delights
have sharpened and idealized the
oldest emotion, iney are we arean
irla. Reality, howecvr, never sac-
rumbs i to dreamy opiates. The
trttth is that physical aitracuon is
Hollywood's primary commercial
asset. Beautv is sold by the karat
.... Following Deborah Kerr's click
in '-Trem Here to Eternity'' (play (playing
ing (playing a sinful lady), the star wrote:
"Mv cheesecake treatment proved
something. It proved that I had ar
rived as an actress wno nas pny pny-s
s pny-s ital allure.; I, Iiad arrived artia
tically years tefore, uv England
but tnat wasn't good enouga lor
Uollrwood. There were shots of me
locked! in an adhesive t embrace!
with Burt Lancaster ia the Hood
lulu surf. There was a full-page
color view of me 1 in a revealin i
negligee. I liked it, At last the
public thought tl me as a wemat
mstead of a a faighnecked loeg
sleeved dress stuffed wi-h yaw
The sexy buildup is frequently training period, Mr. Mayer assigsi-
ipmrt.hr aniiioui a n d incenious ed her to a role to lesn ana u
process, mere are exceptions, ;
course. Lana Turner once bounce :
across the screen ia single epi
sode. It made her a alar and the
sweater was transformed into a
. Movie bewitcherS, wae mak
millions the slaves of sensualny
are often the victims or indiffer
ence privately. 'Ego replaces the
heart and the resulting tempera
mental conflicts cause an inner.
turmoil which makes genuine e
motion almost impossible. -Ava
DeviL' The result was a star wbe
represented the-epitome of flam
The shaping of a curvy Cinder
ella is rarely simple or swift. Ava.
for example inked her1 first film
contract for the magnificent sum
of $50 weekly. She did bit relet
(and posed for cheesecake pho photos)
tos) photos) for 4 years before her ta talent
lent talent was discovered. .Esther Wil.
hams was a swimming star whea
she was signed. She was groomed
slowly. She was taugnt dicuoa.
Gardner's sense ofinfe-riorit y.how to walk, sit and dance. Even-
which landed her on a osychia ItuaUy. she was offered, a co-starr-
trist's couch) wai the result of hex
admitted failures as a wife. In
credible as it seems to the averag
American male afer one of Rita
Hayworth's marriages exploded exploded-it
it exploded-it was disclosed that her groom
weat out nights rather than sta
home with her.
Joan Crawford's testimony hut hut-tresses
tresses hut-tresses the phenomenon: "As most
actresses will tell you yot meet
someone casually at a party and
he starts phoning you long distance
Mtss KeiT, the-lovely one,-has! every day o tell you of his mad
"This is the first time such
studies have bean made and they
are essential before we can con consider
sider consider putting hv garages," says
Capitol Architect I. George
the Senate Offwe Building will oe btewarc. t r ; t s
vacated due to resignations audi "You know a lot of people bring
election defeats. r their cars up hew and we don't
That's -all. you need to set off want the place te look like Times
rhain reaction of seniority-swap square, ae aaas.
offered a possibly controversial es
timate of Movieville'g basic com
modity. "The sexual ideal is a
constantly chancing one," she rec-J
ently declared. fEveryone thought
Jean Harlow was a sexy movie
star She had a size 34 bosom. To
day it has to be 40 inches to meet
' Currently meeting Hollywood!
standards, is Jayne Mansneia. Al Although
though Although she is an authority oa the
ability to inhale beautifully and
bend gracefully for photogs, Jayne
has shrewdly observed r "i' think
the sexy buildups at ve Helped ram
er than hurt. People are always
pleasantly surprised to find I caa
You see the incendiary dolls ia
maes and dailies. They appear in
sheer nefilisees. sweaters that
ssow a tmng r two, sxunpy swim-
suits and gowns Cat Down to Here
ping.- For exanc pie senators ai-i
ber i Gore D-Tenn.) 1 n d- fialph
Flanders (H-Vt.) will take over thej
four-room suites of former Sena-:
tnr Walter George (D-Ga.) and
v,.on Uillikin (R-Colo.)
Then the offices left empty by
Flanders- will quickly
be filled by solons next U them
in rank. I k'a aJ figured oa the
basis of a complicated seniority.
SEN. RICHARD NEUBERGER
n.n hy the way. still hasn
moved up the seniority ladder f ar
enough to rate larger
i.wt in iu ; was at the hot
torn of the list when he came to
town. But he hopes to be given a
spare room somewhere in the base
ment of the Senate Office Building.
'We just war. a little breathing
space," says a -member of the
staff "In private indestry they
woulln't permit some of the slum
lire uK ADJUSTED to about
every demand that xhe office of
President places on -him except
posing for still pictures. O t a e r
evening when Indian Prime Mib-j
ister Nehru was still here and. the
camera boys were cliretered ; a a-round
round a-round for a good action shot. Neh Nehru
ru Nehru turned to Ike and asked him
what the photographers were wai-
inp for. ''"
"Aw. they're lust waiting for one
of us to wa," Ike snipped. ;
Being asked to wave for a pio
ture-wne of Ike's pet peeves.
The Tresident did not wave, and
the photographers were shooed a-
.,..,-tiMiit thohr aetwn shot.
- MRS- M. I. KARIM, wife of the
assistant armed forces attache at
the Pakistan embassy, is not only
one of the prettiest gals along Em Embassy
bassy Embassy Row, but she is a wonderful
cook For examp'e, the ether night
Stewart points out, however
that a garage under an additional
House Office Building now being
constructed will provide space for
2,800 cars. Target for completion
of this project u Jan.; I, 1961.
PER JACOBSSON, Scandinavian
economist who is managing direc director
tor director o the International, Monetary!
Fond, has a rea. claim to being an
internationalist. He is the father of
three married daughters One ofl
them lives in Geneva with two
child en. Another lives in London
and is expecting her first child in
February. The third lives in Min
neapolis and is the mother of four
This, he. is told, speaks well for
the American way of life.
THERE'S AN INCIPIENT union
Jurisdictional dispute at the Shera
ton-Park Hotel because of the NBC
TON n Par Hotel because of the
NBC r,TV studios which are locat located
ed located there. In the past few months
fa small parade of animals includ
ing goau, ponies, pigs ana wieep,
has marched through the lobby
and into the elevators leading to
the TV studios.
This animal invasion of the dig
nified S-P has made necessary
some rush, clean uc jobs ami
that's where the union trouble is
brewing. Should the bellboys Clean
vp? Should- the- hotel janitors do
the job? Or is it the jurisdiciior
of the TV prop hands?
If there's a showdown, Julian
Goodman, NBC TV news direc
tor, says hell handle the assign assignment
ment assignment personally unti'. the dispute
can be satisfactorily, arbitrated.
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love. You explain patiently to him
that be doesn't know you, how caa
he be in love : with someone he
doesn't know? This can end in
his sending youscripts to read or
songs to sing,"
The film oueens are often rest
less tormented women gr' VI
bv frustration and anxiety engag
ed in a search for happiness. Fre-
auentlv. it is beyond the reach e
their hearts. .Susan Hayward
confessed: "I've tried to under
stand why my marriage failed to
cain self-kaowledee and to disco
ver the personal characteristk'n
and qualities in a man which, for
me, would mak a good marriage.
I like o laugh. I like people who
are amusing, who see life not as a
burden to be borne but as an ad
venture faced With gaiety."
The dream girls are easier to
describe than analyse. Their dia
pnvm and emergence reduire mi
..Moreover, tficy attract, a p a e a mAr(M1. a.SPt such as b e a u t y
with wink-sly comments. A good, talent and exploitation. And the)
ing role with Clark Gable. Esther
refused, explaining: "I'm not rea
dy to play opposite uau uaDie.
Instead, she chose a small role in
a minor movie, wnnin two years
she was a $250,000-..-year star.
Clearly. MovievUle's road to
stardom includes a beautiful curve.
Mariiy Monroe made a major
industry out of a tempting torse.
Her sinticing contours have been
displayed from every angle. And
Marilyn makes HQ secret about m
source of her sexcess.. . wnen
she co-starred with Jane Russell
(in "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes"),
Marilyn and Jane were requested
to put their footprints -ic wet con
crete in front, of Grauman's Chi
nese Theatre. The concrete im impression
pression impression includes the valley left by
Jimmy Duranie's nose and the
print of Betty tirawe's iegs...Mn iegs...Mn-sequently.)
sequently.) iegs...Mn-sequently.) Miss Monroe had a
bright idea: She suggested that
"Jane lean over the wet cement
and that I sit in it and we could
leave our prints that way."
Unfortunately, Uie wea was re
Despite the problems and the
obstacles there is a certain ele
ment of fulfillment is being a
international boy-bailer. It was
probably best explained by Rita
Hayworth's oft-quoted declaration:
"A girl is weu, a gin. u s nice
to know that one is good a't it."
case in point Is Kiir Novak, who'
recently confided (to an interview-
erf that she refrains from wearing
must be blessed with that elusive
nnalitv known as luck... Louis B.
Maver visited a Benin movie
a girdle or bra. Kim explained: "I studio some years ago and witness
like comfort, if you nave nouung e( a blonde actress gamutmg. She
to hide, why hide it? If I m true wai heavy-hipped and her emoting
t -mvself I'm false to no one."
Who caa deny tae proiunauy oi
Miss Novak's conclusions?
An ither exper': exponent of sass
niatazi is AniU Sexberg. When An
nie starred in a scandal mag, she
told the' world: "My enly objection
mu not impressive. Neverthe'ess,
The movie mogul was fascinated Joy
her oersonality. Over the protests
of his aides (who dismissed her as
"a fullback ") he offered her a
She waa brought to Hollywood,
out on a drastic diet and given
to the article is that my PowEnglish lessons. After a prolonged
wasn't on the cover."
The dinl9 ? .ftg
:, kitchen h being pQ'"ed.
- at a small dinner party she served McGin, 13, already has decided
eggplant so that it tasted good, that she wants to be a Los An An-Tbis
Tbis An-Tbis is her recipe: Jgeles policewoman when she
Cut eggplaot in one half-inch grows up. -; v
cubes. Saute eggplant in meltedj In a reply to Kay's letter, Jo Jo-butter
butter Jo-butter until it is golden brown and seph W. Hawthorne, general maa maa-sofUTbea
sofUTbea maa-sofUTbea pour over it a cup of ager- of the Los Angeles Civil
sour cream on which has been add- Service Department, said she will
ed one-quarter teaspoon of Chili be notified of an examination to
powder, and one-quarter teaspoon be given in 1966 whea she meets
of garlic salt. the age requirement.
- Try it, ladie." It's sensations'.) Kay frequently visits the office
You won't even knew you're eating of her grandfather. Sheriff
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TRIGGERS A CHUCKLE-A movie poster adds a not ot
humor to the (rim Suez Canal situation. This British soldier
M fort Said has decorated his armored vehicle with ad ad tor
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SHE LIKES HIS LOOKS Robert J, Evans, youthful vice
president of a New York sportswear-making firm, has suddenly
found himself in the movies, having been signed to play the
part of the late Irving Thalberg In "The Man of a Thousand
Faces." The "discovery" was made by none other than Thal Thalberg
berg Thalberg s widow,-screen star Norma Shearer, who was struck by
Evans' remarkable resemblance to her late husband. Evans
and he are shown together to Hollywood.
SOMEBODY HAS A CAULIFLOWER THUMB-St. Louis,
MoM produce merchant Don Friedmeyer displays a giant cauli cauliflower
flower cauliflower that has caused much excitement at his firm. The big
flower, weighing eight pounds, two ounces, one of the largest
evejr seen in the area, was grown by Henry Strauss, a nearbj
truck farmer. .
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F U F T I P
THE WEEK'S GOOD and bad news on the Interna- i EXCAVATING G AILLARD CUT to a Width of 500 feet":
uonai taiance sneet. Anwiouy .aen, victim oi nis
own invasion of the Suez canal zone, resigned as
s prime minuter of Great Britain. He was succeeded by Canal
.f bis friend Harold MacMillan, who had served him as Army.
cnancenor oi m excnequer ana wnq supported ws
Suez policy In a split cabinet.'
THE WELTERWEIGHT TITLE lent scheduled for
for a distance oi aoout one and oner-nun mues was : next Friday in Cleveland has been postponed for
suggested by tne ooara or directors oi tne ranama1 live weeks,, cnampioncarmen Basilio asked for
Co. to It's sole stockholder,, the Secretary, of
President Elsenhower sought
Approval of his plan the Eisenhower Doctrine to
use American forces in event of armed Communist
aggression against a Middle Eastern country.; v
- Soviet Russia and Its puppet leaders in Eastern Eu Europe
rope Europe hardened their policy in an attempt to stop the
trend toward ''independent Communism."
: Shins are getting bigger and bigger the board noted,
especially tankers and ore ships. Also more of them,
quicK congressional are seeking uanai transit.1- Because oi :: tne narrow;
Eden's resignation 1 after a distinguished parliamen parliamentary
tary parliamentary career of more than 30 years was a personal
tragedy; He cited bad health as the reason. But there
was no doubt that it also was due to the British British-French
French British-French attack on Suez. L '
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This action angered President Eisenhower and Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of State John Foster Dulles. It brought British British-American
American British-American relations to the lowest point in many years. :
It brought the condemnation of the United Nations.
It split thj British cabinet. In addition, the military
winding channel through the cut. "heavy handlers'
like ore ships, and those which carry inflammable or
explosive material such as gasoline usually require,
what is termed "a clear cut in transiting this part
of the waterway. This means they are dispatched in
such succession that they do not meet another ves vessel
sel vessel in this part of the channel. ';.,
So man, "clear cut" ships have been showing up
lately that ; they constitute a bottleneck, the board
said. Traffic continued heavy in January, with an
average of 22.5 big ships moving daily, v
. The board will meet again on the Isthmus late this
month. , v , j
Off for Washington this week to discuss matters
relating to the Panama UJ3. Treaty were Gov. Wil William
liam William E. Potter, U S. Ambassador to Panama Julian F.
Worrlrnrtin-; fch Pnnal' nersnnnel directri Kdwkrri A.
operation itself was a failure. The British-French hope ; Doolan; col. Robert U- May, deputy chief of staff,
of unseating President Gamal Abdel Nasser of rarihhean rommund and Francis Lambert, labor at-
Egypt backfired. Nasser was stenghened, not weaken
edJThe closing of the canal when Nasser scuttled ships i
in It was a severe blow to British economy.
- French Premier Guy Mollet. who joined Eden in
' the Suez attack; was not affected. Nasser's open sup-''
Eort of the nationalist rebels in Algeria, as well as
is seizure of the Suez Canal, had made him France's
enemy No. 1, v
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The Eisenhower Doctrine was the outgrowth of the
Suez situation. Including Russia's determined attempt'
to penetrate the Middle East. Nasser does not like the
Eisenhower plan. By soliciting Russian arms which
be can not afford, he is mortgaging his country's fu-
ture. But in his fanatical hatred of British French
"imperialism Nasser does not seem to mind the dan danger
ger danger he runs of becoming a Russian puppet, y
tache at the U.S. Embassy.
Earlier Potter said he viewed as an order the
j report ef; the Merchant and Marine Fisheries
' Committee saying the Panama Railroad should be
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The company Intends to develo business to
. try to make the railroad pay for itself. Better serv service
ice service Is projected. The Canal is considering a com
-muter's special Which would make It possible for
. people to go to commote on the noon train, to4
. some shopping and enjoy an early dinner with-
' out having to wait for the late train,
When the railroad moves out of the present
(freight yard and station in Panama City, a small
.covered platform is planned on Shaler Road a a
convenience for passengers from Panama City. :
The Tivoll Commissary will probably become a
Russian and East German Communist leaders con- . ,., j
ferred Li Moscow.-Their talks resulted in a decision rA possible world s record amber jack, a record num-
uer oi marun caugnt in ranama ouy, a iour-iuarnu
to maintain a harsh Stalinist rule in that splinter
country in hope of suppressing opposition. In Hun Hungary,
gary, Hungary, puppet Premier Janos Kadar steadily hardened
bis policy ic an attempt to prevent a new outbreak of
revolt. .... t
Sao Paulo, Brazil The Sao Paulo technological in institute
stitute institute .eports a new uranium discovery in Brazil
a deposit which may prove to be among the world's-
...-....'!wi y. 4--tv-'-.--if i - Crash calls that began to come in about a plana
1 The institute announcement said Drelimlnarv stu-. having "Come down on Roosevelt Avenue between the
dies Indicated the ore ran somewhere between five school and the runway" ended happy. The plane, a
. catch by a woman (Jean Spencer) and the first known
double marlin strike to be boated were the results re reported
ported reported when the Tin Goose and Serf crews docked to
start 1957 fishing history. Bert Harborn of Miami was
the am'oerjack man, with a 70-pounder. The Seri came
into port with 11 marlin flags flying. i
and 10 rer cent pure uranium... but the institute's
. director said further assays are- needed.
, Hempstead, New York Chilean writer" and edu educator
cator educator Gabriela Mistral is dead.. The 67-year-old woman
died of cancer in a hospital in Hempstead, New York.
Gabriela Mistral, whose real name was Lucila GodoW
: was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature in 1945.
She was a teacher, sociologist and diplomat. . as
well as a poet. And she served as ChUean consul in
New York. Los Angeles, Lisbon, Madrid and in several
.; cities in Brazil. A funeral mass was held for her at
New York's St. Patrick's Cathedral Saturday. .. and
a special plane' will fly her. body to Chile for burial
today or Monday. ;
- Washington The State Department has expressed
Its regret at the death of Gabriela Mistral. The De De-,
, De-, partment issued a special statement saving she "en "en-v
v "en-v riched the cultural heritage of the world and intensi intensified
fied intensified cultural relations between her country and ours.!'
Managua, Nicaragua The Nicaraguan government
has asked the organization of Central American states
to settle an extradition dispute between Nicaragua and
El Salvador. EI Salvador has refused to extradite 10
Nicaraguan exiles accused of complicity in the assas assassination
sination assassination pf the late President Anastasio Somoza.
Miami, Florida Former Cuban President Carlos
Prio Socarras has aDneared before a federal rrand
Jury in Mia mi. Florida for questioning. Prio was ask asked
ed asked about rossible connections between exiled Cubans
living m rioriaa and recent revolts in Cuba, prio told
gutted let fighter sans engine or props, was there.
but it hadn t come down. It had been towed in and
tethered, for use by Balboa ROTC for training.
The Panama government took steps to attempt:
to stave off a seven-per-cent hike in freight rates
announced by the Atlantic Glub, Panama Canal
Zone, Colon and Panama City Conference for the
beginning of February.
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The boost will be sure to skyrocket already high
' living costs at a time when the administration of -'.
. President Ernesto de la Guard ia Jr.( now eon eon-'
' eon-' fronted with widespread discontent over the loss.
' of Canal Zone commissary privileges by some 10,-
600 Panamanians and their families Totaling a- ""
i bout 58.000 was prepared to take any means to
keep living costs down and employment levels up.
' Panama's representative on the Inter-American
Economic and Social Council has requested the or organization
ganization organization to investigate the proposed i increase in
freight rates to Panama ports, arguing that it would
bring untold hardship to Latin American countries,
especially Panama.. :
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Efforts were also initiated on the diplomatic level
by Panamerican Ambassador Rlcardo Arias who re received
ceived received instructions from the Foreign Of floe to brlrig
, the matter to the attention of the state Department
Suggested as a means of combatting "those con-
United Press deny;.:-that I have had envthinjr stant increase of freight rates" is the joining of the
to do with the uprisings." He said the revolt showed. Gran Colombia Fleet or establishment of a Pana Pana-how
how Pana-how the teoole feel about the rule of President Ful- manian merchant fleet. The suggestion was made by
fencio Batista. Gustavo Trius. folBowing his election as president of
i r o V ? the Pancma Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico A convoy of 150 trailers. '- j t
Irom California Carrying 300 persons has enter- I. : 7 .7- 0 -? 7 :7 il t. ,7 ,7-ed
ed ,7-ed Mexico. The onvoy is led bv a Los Aneeles trailers i f 1. ? i ' j
manufacturer who hopes the trip will foster closer. "' FOR RAPID READING: The several Soviet ships due
relations between Mexico and the United States. The to transit the Canal in the make of the two that went
group plans to return to California by March.
' Mexico City The president of the Mexican national
coffee commission sayr Mexico's 1928 coffee crop was
northbound Jan. 3 seems to have been delayed until
the end of the month...- Lewis Wood a Balboa Sen Senior,
ior, Senior, has been named as the Zone's No. 1 West Point
candidate... The distressed vessel Urania-CJ was tow-
the largest, in the nation's history. He said scientific 'ed Into Cristobal by the Navy transport Bull Run.
.methods of cultivation and disease control were re
eponsiDie for the record 130-million dollar crop. V-
- Mexico City Official of Mexico's nationalized oO
Industry "Pemex" say a group of American bank bankers
ers bankers is Interested in buying as much Mexican natural
gas as ther cam Pemex officials' also said the 54 bank bankers,
ers, bankers, now In visiting Mexico, areJnterested In purchas purchasing
ing purchasing Mexican crude oil. -
The Canal s group health board has completed its organization.,-.
Seven lovelies of the JSO Camn Shows
review .'California Christmas Oaleties," were among
. bits of post-holiday brightness showing up at mili military
tary military posts and bases... The AFGE has been Instru Instrumental
mental Instrumental ti getting a bill into Congress that would In Increase
crease Increase the pay of classified workers from 10 per cent
to 27 per cent. Old union hands say, though, that a
raise of seven to 10 per cent is far more likely-.
postponement of his fight with Johnny Saxton because
of an injured right hand. The Cleveland Boxing Com Commission
mission Commission agreed and approved Feb. 22 as the new date,
even though a commission doctor suggested that Ba-
silio take a tbree-mohth rest.
; '-Basillo aid he hurt .the hand while beating Saxton ;
in September and re-injured, it while training fn No November.
vember. November. He said co-manager Joe Netro told him to ;
keep it quiet until contracts were signed for the.com- 1
ing bout. ki.-.jt'Vivw f-i 7 '7, 7f ;777?;7i7''':7
A ifederaljudge hasf dismissed monopoly charges a-
gainst the International Boxing Guild.
'.The government bad charged the Guild,, Its Ohio
chapter and truvee officials with conspiracy to re re-strain
strain re-strain free trade "and; with boycott. The government
case was built on charges that the eulld Dersecuted
boxers-who failed jo toe. the line and light for1 low
purposes. ? :? 7,:- .-v:'- "Uv
Iri federal court at" Cleveland Thursday, Judge ;
James Connell threw "out the case and offered an v
- Interesting commentary Said Judge Connell: "Low
purses are not the reason boxing i& dying the
chief reason is became men are now putting their
- -noses into good books instead c of into leather,
V.; gloves. -V- iW-it ':7'-7, V.' :- .;
Big Don Newcombe says his 'World Series wounds
. .The Brooklyn righthander who won 27 games dur
ing the regular season' was belted Out twice during
: the series. Some baseball men insisted Newcombe
i couldn't win the big ones", and that had Don sulklnr.
- But now. he said,i everything la all right,. "You do
-the beet yob can,", -he explained. 'and, that "a, that."
; Newcombe pointed out that he hurt an, elbow in the,,
".last game he pitched-.during the regular season but
said it 'feels all- right now." ...
The New York baseball Giants need a-lot of con convincing.
vincing. convincing. -r, k, i,
The Giants were surprised when Jackie Robinson
. announced his retirement but tried to talk him into
another stason. Wednesday night; they offered Ro Robinson
binson Robinson $50,00C for 1957 and a Job in the Giant organi-
' zation after that. Robby istill said "No."
'. Vice-President Chub Feeney said the Giants still
have a faint hope Jackie will change his mind. But
- Feeney atimltted ther Isn't much chance. The 38-
year-old Robinson said he will make a formal request
for retirement? in the next four days, and that would
void tbe deal which sent him from the Dodgers to the
' Giants. wv;.,?. ,,;uv--iv;..... ".-:.r:..;"
; Meanwhile, the Dodgers took care of other prob problems
lems problems by signing three regulars. First baseman Gil,
Hodges g-t ,the same $35,000 he received last year.
Relief pitcher Clem Lablne and second (baseman Jim 1
Gilliam each got raises.
The University of Missouri has a new real football
v; coach. ft 31 -year-old Frank Broyles.
Missouri gave Broyles a three-year contract to
' replace Don Faurot inventor of the split-T
who Is retiring. Broyles had been backfield coach
, at Georgia Tech his alma mater for six years
. and coached at Florida and Baylor lief ore that. ;
"'-tBrovles was considered number-one assistant to
Bobby Dodd at Georgia Tech, where the football
team olayed in six bowl games In six years and
. won tbem all., -. !- '
President Elmer Ellis of Missouri praised Broyles for
" his vigor and concern for the welfare of players. Broy Broyles
les Broyles beat out more than a dozen other hopefuls for the
The Green Bay Packers have signed Notre Dame
quarterback Paul Hornung to a three-year contract.
Hornung made the United Press All America team
the last two years. Last season, he won the Heisman
Trophy as the outstanding college football player. The
Packers picked him as the bonus choice in the Na National
tional National League draft and outbid Vancouver of the Ca Canadian
nadian Canadian League to get him. Hornung could be starting
quarterback for the Packers next year if Tobln Rote
goes through with retirement plans. ; r ..r
- The executive council of the NCAA has upheld pen pen-alties
alties pen-alties against three far western colleges with one small V
exception. .... .... .
Southern California, UCLA and Washington asked
that previous restrictions apply only to their football
teams. The council stood by probationary periods of
three v an for UCLA and two years for Washington
. .and in each case, it applied to all sports. The coun council
cil council also kept the Southern California penalty against
all sports but trimmed it to one ear of a two-year
probationary period. 7;-',777
'' The National Boxing Association has given feather featherweight
weight featherweight champion Sandy Saddler one week to sign for
- a title defense or lose his title.
Chairman Fred Saddy of the NBA's rating commit committee
tee committee said unless Saddler signs by next Tuesday the
NBA will refuse to recognize him as chamnion," In In-stead,
stead, In-stead, he said the two top contenders. Cherif Hamia
of Algeria end Miguel Berrios of Puerto Rico, will be
matched for the championship. -
Saddy said Saddler's failure to defend the title in
one year was the reason for what he called lack of
interest i". the featherweight class. A
Forward Dolph Schayes of the Syracuse Nationals -has
criticized the makeup of. the East, team In the
National Basketball Association's All-Star game, next
Scliayes accused the NBA" of not selecting the best
players for the contest In Boston Tuesday night. He
mentioned his teammate Ed Conlin as one of the
players slighted. Schayes said it I: -wrong that he is
the only Syracuse player to make, the East squad -while
the New York Knickerbockers placed Jthree men
on It '" ...
Owner Eon Blasone of the Nationals and coach Paul
Seymour agreed with Schayes. All three charged that
NBA headquarters never made public the breakdown
of the voting for the Ail-Star teams.
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Chrisfmas frees will burn. More lhan 650 frees were b umed at the Hollowell's parly al Diablo lasl weekend ;
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aH ANXIOUS TO S1
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DO W'T AR6iUE2 WITH ME
CASPER, TONIGHT Y ... ; : NBVER
THE NlGHTOFTHE 1 J V "'. -I SEEM,THEMr
COME OVER TO OUR HOUSE
THIS EVENING AND WATCH
jLL' THEM. WE'LL
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THROUGH THE SMO KY CAVE
POWN WITCHMBNS PEAK,TUEY
in v;iTCH.u:ri's village,
' THE VITCH.UEt4 CUTER
c14e at a time, at th e
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WHAT'S X f WHAT IS i
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COME OUT I V THEM?
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YOUR SECRETS I
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ARE FAKES! V
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WE USE PRUGS,rPO!SON
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TO PAY THE BILL.'
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INFLUENCE A BIT TOO FAR? CF ECOTW WITH YOU WCSU"-
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MONr. ANYMORE MAICS
I YOUR OWN. LAD
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hunter, heaps fcr th3 office
cp silas booth a tincs csene
TAK1N3 PLACE tlTY.ZZH THE
W.FPtNa MAGNATE AS? HI? SON P
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SZMB TO MRB0OTHj-'
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PITCH k'2 CUT, I THOUGHT, REMAIN
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Vl RONNIE! I HAVE 7 T
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CAN MAKE A AAAN OP VOU, ROMMIS, SHE CANi CHAIR IN HAN3 COMPLETE' I
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yt,t rr ) ) TO FEEL MORE UK6 A MAN ALREAPyi 1 FOR HER, JUST LIKE FCR
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SsN along AAR.JX.fuersAys
BEAUTY. PARtORSBARSER SHOPSj'
restaueamts: swanky utile
DRESS SHOPS EVERYTHING
. mr;flino bought, some;-. f4
CLOTHES; FORME RISHTHERE
EVERVBbDYlS' TERRIBLE '
POUTECE TO US. BUT TA KWA
SCARED OF A5R.PRUSKINS, THE'
DOORMAN- HE ACTS LIKE WHAT
WE ALKSAPy KNOW THAT WE
NE tSOTTA SET UPSTAIRS; 'CAUSE MR;FLiMe
SAYS WE SOTTA TALK' BOUT OUk PUTURB
lTS-:EASY.TO FIND THE RIGHT. ELEVATDK.
BUTTON TO PRESS CAUSE VT'S
tug tos TVsDtn onPw TTUTS-f'.
SPOSED-TO BE; THE i J
T fiUESS WE WONT BE I WMAT? OF COURSE T-
'ROUMD HERE" FOR YERV 1 HEAR YOU AND JfVE MADE
LOMG NOW, JUSTAS SOOKj .MY DECISION.-I'LL BE ON
AS MR. FLINO FieeEZS MY- .WAYNSTANTU.irc LL
OUT WHAT TO PO WITH 7 THE ARPORT.TD liOLP
US AN OH HE s U VThATAIRLIWER'
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THEN: r WANT A PRIVATE. PLANE 5TANP1N
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HELL JUMP TO MV ORDERS ME v
J.K. FLING .ff. HARVEY- MY COAT-
MY BAG OET OUT THE CAR-
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AT HOME. HARVEY WILL BE
HERE TO WAT ON YOU
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