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. "Let the people know the truth and the country is nafe" Abraham Lincoln:
PANAMA, R. P., SUNDAY, JANUARY 20, 1957
By 74-2 Vote
To Get, Off Of Egyptian Soil
UNITED NATIONS, N.:Y., Jan. 19 (UP) The U. N. General Assembly today ap approved
proved approved an Afro-Asian resolution giving Israel five days to quit Egypt completely by a
vote of 74 to 2, with two abstentions. (, N 1
.:v; A Western; delegates who took the floor, before the vote was taken expressed dis.
' agreement -with some, aspects of the resolution. V J
; Delegates of Holland, France,1 Costa Rica, Belgium,' Ireland, and Austria criti criti-cised
cised criti-cised the resolutioa for not taking into ac count the extent to which Israel had al al-.
. al-. ready withdrawn its forces from, Egypt.
, xlsrael was the only country which voted against the resolution. Costa Rica
and Cuba abstained.
The Dutch .delegate told the
Assembly that "disaster" faces
the Middle East ana
Nations if the world body does
acenm t-psDonslbility lo r
such problems as the Gaza strip
and the uuu oi au"-
wov,oriftnd. Ambassador M.
C.W.A- Schurmann said his gov-
ernmenB Tirnuy y----
At CZJC Reports r
" places are, available W If-JfJ
' four sections' of the canal Zone
junior community chorus; those
interested eingmg -tot
, cborutkrtJH Ite to ffd
nextyehearsal -ext ; Tuesday
lTui' irAnv to .Rett V.
' "Rehearsals are held each Tues-
day at 7 p.m, in room 81 J on
, the third floor, or me jux
to Junior College tudmtt, jtJU
" though its name ts MnA W
a. chorus siara rJXIn to
several years ago. It to
ested tn singing and have had
chorus or choir expenw -T
present plans call for., tne
j.v, rent it h e Stabat
hv Possinl In about eight
weeks. The ; production Is now
Setoyn Lloyd Calls;
On Pope Pius XII
.,i-iu itttv Jan. 19 (UP)
British Foreign Secretary Sei-
wyn'Uoyd called on roy j
XII In private audience today It
' the first meeting between a mem,
w of the new British-; cabinet
. and the-"Pope of peace.
r European integration and to e
, mid-eastern problems were believ believed
ed believed to be the mam issues by the
two men in their brief talk behind
closed door in the Pope's private
library.' f'n,-'"! V ' i
The Pope Is a determined sup-j
porter of a united Europe. Vati Vati-"
" Vati-" can sources laid he viewed with
favor the plan of British Premier
i Harold Macmillan for a free trade
. area including the European com common
mon common market. the. OEEC nations
and the British Commonwealth.
The two mea were also believ believ--
- believ-- d to have discussed the Comma
nist danger in the Middle East.
Vatican sources said the Pope was
deeply concerned over reports- of
- Soviet penetration in that area..
The Pontiff feels that the threat
should be countered with peaceful
move and" through a settlement of
the -Mid-Eastern problems taking
. Into account the interests both of
the Arab nations, and of Europe.
' He opposes the use of force, and
at the time of the Anglo-French
action in Egypt appealed to the
world's statesmen in an. encyclical
to put out the spark of war before
it could develop into 4 an enor
. tnous blaze.
U.S. TV Stations
To Open In Europe
"VlESBADENr Germany, Jan.
.19 (UP) The first American
television stations in Europe prob prob-v
v prob-v ably will begin -operation early
- nert spring from two VS. Air
Force bases, ofiicials announced
V today, i .
Tbey said the two ultra hieh
frequency stations were under!
rons'ruction at Landstuhl and
opangaamem air bi5es. (seeing it. .
Most of the TV. shows will be
klnescoped versions of proerimsl This policy wn challenced by
-iic.ujr u-ea u ui Lnitea.Hp. Jonir Jioss ID-Calif )
, 1 ,'
sals for the U.N. Emergency
Hgyptlan-Israell armistice de demarcation
marcation demarcation lines as well' as areas
alone the Gulf of Aqaba.
"The Netherlands ; government
Is firmly conviced that tne re.
sDonsibility of the United Na
tions doesn't end there' he said.
"It would be nothhif short
of i disastrous for the United
Nations and th epeoples of the
Middle East if the United Na Nations
tions Nations should leave unfinished
the task it has undertaken.
"That1 task is not merely to
secure the ceasefire and wltn
drawal but to assure the situa-
Soviet Ailack ;
In Mjdlajl Seems!;
LONDON, V Jan, 19 (UP) Brit
ish jiociaust leader Hugn uau-
iKell said today mat jnt possiuu possiuu-ity
ity possiuu-ity of a Soviet attack m tne Mid-
die fcast "seems very i,iu.
He said there were other "more
.... 1 1 UffirlHlA
nreent ,i oroDiems ui uio muiuit
fEyC, sucn as new negotiations on
control oi tne ouei mihv
Israen relations, and the establish
ment of a buffer ; sone between
Israel and the Arab states. V
Rnfc ht. welcomed the "Eisen
hower- doctrine" as "a very good
thing if it meant they the U.S.)
were going to take more posi positive
tive positive interest in that area." ,,
GaitskeU, returned from an 18-
day lecture tour in the Vnitea
States1!-'.; : V f ;-tv
V'Most Americans met were
worried, bewildered, and surpris
ed" by the Angio-t rencn anacic on
Egypt, he said,-
LONDON (UP) British doctors
today puzzled over a report by a
colleague that a baby cried lus
tily before he was born.
Gynecologist Patrick Russell re
ported in today's issue of the
medical magazine Lancet that the
boy cried loudly as he carried out
a minor operation on Mrs. Mar
garet Stuart to assist the birth.
Babies normally are not able to
breathe before they are .born.
Medical men here had no expla
nation or now, young John Stuart,
four, managed to' squall with without
out without air. ,
r Label j
WASHINGTON, Jan. 19 (UP)-
The Defense Department has re
moved the secret label from oack-
age liquor sold to GI's at some
Assistant Defense Secretary
itooert iTipp Ross took the action
shortly before going on a leave of
absence. He will be off the Job
until congressional Investisauons
finish looking into military con contracts
tracts contracts obtained by a firm headed
by his wile.
Ross previously had maintained
that the list of military bases sell-
int lionor to aervirempn hr fh
bottle could be shown onlv to eo-
pie with a "legiUmate" basis for
J chairman of a House subcommit-
tkm of lasting participation and
observance of all parties of their
Requests For G J.
Loans Dip Sharply
WASHINGTON, Jan. 19 (UP)
The Veterans -Administration re
ported today that applications lor
G.I. loans .dropped 12 per cent
last month and were 27 per cent
below December, 1955. i
1 It said that requests for home
appraisals a "barometer 1 for
measuring future loan activity,"
dipped during December. ; The
agency received 19,029 appraisal
requests, compared with 21,941 in
Noevmber and 24,892 a year
etrlierV.-' ,i;;v f-',:- A
In reporting the.' drop .from
Deeerabery 1955, th VetejBiii
Administration said "a tightening
in the supply of mortgage funds"
already was being felt by the end
of 1955, Jn December, 1954, the
agency was asked ,. to appraise
more than 44,000 homes, twice the
number in 1 December, 1959.
" President Eisenhower asked
Congress in his budget message
to raise the interest rate on VA
loans from 4 to 5 per cent to
Dring it in line with the 5 per cent
rate on FHA loans.
The request has run into some
congressional opposition.. There
are indications that Congress in instead
stead instead may move to lower the
FHA rate, increased one half
per cent : by the administration
recently as an anti-inflationary
The VA reoorterf ttilt nnfh
orop m loan activity. It said
the number of new homes started
under VA inspection last montn
waiea 14,987., This w h..t
j.wu less man a month earlier
na ?,uou less than a yearago.
Case is Continued
Against 2 Accused
Of Sfeaiing Iron
Hearings wereontlniiei vr-
day in the case of two vouthfui
Panamanians accused of steal stealing
ing stealing 38 sheets of corrugated iron
on Chiva Chiva TralL
Frank Harewood. r 20. a n d
George Belmelo. 19. are charred
wit h taking the iron valued at
Vii rrom Nevuie Henrv San
chez of Land Lease 384 BS on
cniva cniva. v ;
Both have police records, po police
lice police said. (
Is Peeled Off
tee investigating government in
formation policies. .
Moss insisted that such a Cat
could hardly contain military sec-j
rets and demanded that Ross ex
plain what he meant by "legiti
Ross explained to Mess after
the United Press had obtained the
list of some 142 bases and publi publicized
cized publicized it J
"Since a copy of this bst has
been made available to the press
ana runner punnc lnim-ji gen generated,
erated, generated, it has been dcidd by th
Department of Defense that cur
rent lists will be supplied to any
on requesting a copy," Ross said.
He did not explain what be had;
meant by "legitimate reasons for;
WCTU Reqvtsts Cepy
The Women's Christian Trm-
perance Union was eoe oi the first
If In Baby Stakes
Pick Friday, Boy;
That's The Parley
MONACO, Jan. 19 (UP)- Mak
ing book on Princess Grace's ex
pected baby today has become the
favorite pasttime- of the Monte
Carlo gambling crowd.
The odds are on a boy, with next
Friday the most heavily-played
date for his arrival.
The roulette wheels and the
gaming tables at the casino have
been virtually deserted for t h e
Books on gynecology and heredi
ty nave replaced number systems
as tne prime source of reference
for the men and women 'willing
to "go tor Droke" on the turn of a
card or the spin of a wheel.
Physicians have taken over
from mathematicians as the fav favorite
orite favorite drinking companions of the
netting set, x
The croupiers in the plush old
casino were fretting away their
time at the almost emntv camb
ling tables. But the casino's bar
was jammed with "experts" and
admitted amateurs niacins bets
on the impending birth. ,., r
Prince Rainier is said to exnect
the arrival of his heir' or heir heiress
ess heiress any time between Sunday
and Friday. But most of the bet betting
ting betting was oh the later date.
Frank ,, Clifford-Robinson. AH.
Panamanian, was fined $5 in
Balboa Magistrate's Court for
driving an automobile with de
fective brakes. He caused an ac accident
cident accident on Ttvoli Avenue.
Being intoxicated on Shaler
Road sent Santiago Morales, 42,
Panamanian, to jail lor 15 days.
ivan Aiexu Gomez,' 20, Panamanian,-
had no lighted tall
light on his vehicle. He paid a
line oi so pius sio lor caving
nooriver s license.
Santos Plttl, 48, Panamanian,
convicted or vagrancy after be be-ing
ing be-ing found on Reservoir Hill with
out occupation or legitimate
business, received a .suspended
. Donald Edward Cesar, n. Pan
amanian, also got a suspended
sentenoe for loitering In La Bo
Imnositlon of sentence was al
so suspended for vagrant Earl
de Souza' (Harry), 38, Panama Panama-nian,
nian, Panama-nian, who was found in La Boca.
DETROIT. Jan. 19 (UP) The
temperature in Detroit dipped to
three -below zero yesterday and
Murphy Tanner. 38, complainel to
his landlord. John W a t k I n i, 50,
that his room wasn t warn e-
nough. : a.
Wbtn Tanner failed to convince
Watkins verballv. he nulled out a
pistol, placed it against Watkins'
neaa and pulled the trigger five
times,. The .gun misfired each
time and Tanner left the house.
k Tanner was picked up by police
ano arraigned on a charge of at
sault with intent to murder.
Is Parris Island
to apply for a eopy.. It had. been
unable to obtain the inofrmation
tinitr th nli nnli-
Miss Elizabeth Smart, director
of the WCTU legislative head
quarters, told Ross her organiza
tioa was "already alerted to the
fact that they (the military) have
package stores and that they had
one at Parris Island."
Her mention of the South Caro Carolina
lina Carolina Marine training camp appar apparently
ently apparently referred to last year's trag tragedy
edy tragedy in which six recruits were
drowned when a sergeant who al allegedly
legedly allegedly had been drinking march-
led them into a swampy ara.
The sale of liquor on military
bases was authorized under a 1951
extension of the Draft Act. The
Defense Department is under understood
stood understood to permit liquor sales only
at "remote" bases er at bases
where local conditions make it
GO ROUND THE WORLD ; THIS WAY,
AND GET HOME BEFORE YOU LEAVE
' CASTLE AIRBASE,' California, Jan. 19 (CP). Here is
the schedule of the round-the-world B-52 jet bombers:
- Take off from Castle Air Base 1 P.m. Wednesday;
. Lake, of the Woods, Canada. J:30 p.m. Wednesday;
700 miles north of Africa and north of the Azores 1 a.m.
Thursday; , 4
' South ef Egypt 9 a.m. Thursdays
, Half way between Ceylon and Malaya 3 p.m. Thursday;
. One hour east of Guam 12 midnight Thursday;,:
1000 miles east, of San Francisco 8 a.m. Friday;
March Air Force Base (landing) 10:19 a.m. Friday.
Old Friend SS.
The S S. Hoover better known
among Zonians as the ex-S.S
Panamas-left Balboa yesterday
after a day's delay wniie sne
had her steering gear repaired.
It seemed tne laminar oia
member of the Panama Line
hated to leave. On her maiden
voyage 'through the Canal aft after
er after being purchased by the A A-mericaa
mericaa A-mericaa President Lines, something-
went wrongs w'th h e r
bvi rincired in Balboa after de
veloping the trouble in Miraflo Miraflo-res
res Miraflo-res Locks. '. ...
ThPUahin renamed for ex-
President Herbert Hoover, Is en
route from .New .York to San
Arrest oi 18 IRA
Men Fails To Halt
DUBLIN. Jn- (UP)-Police
arreste448 members, of the out outlawed
lawed outlawed Irish Republican Army hr a
nationwide series of raids, ending
tbI ft.clta continued. Ex
iromicta hn.nhed an unoccupied
barracks at Dungannon, northern
Tr.iBd. tonleht. No casualties
were reported.' Four raiders
rrrAtaker from the
building and then ct
The building was listed f one
of the IRA targets in a Dauw f
in Tiiihlin court yester
day, just before police of the Irish
republic Degan meu-
The arrests followed, discovery
of documents seized in the apart apart-mnt
mnt apart-mnt f Sean Cromn, alleged Ika
Chief of Staff. Five men were
seized in watenoro, n;
five in Limerick and. three in
One'of the men arrested in Cork
was Warn Early, a eniberf
the Sinn Fein Agency of the Cort
Corporation, which is the political
arm of tne organimuvu.
tt a, the -biggest seizure of
IRA men since the Dublin govern government's
ment's government's announcement that, tt in intended
tended intended to stop the IRA attacks on
British controlled jsorn ireisno
which began last Dee. 12. $
an 11 men will be charged with
offenses against the state. So far,
21 IRA men have been jailed in
Dublin oa similar chargea with
prison terms ranging from three
to six months.
Five other IRA leaders, tnciuo-
inff Cronin. are scheduled to ap
pear in court next Monday for
further hearings. Cronin and an another
other another man have been sentenced to
three months in prison.
Police seised tbm earlier this
week and confiscated a number of
plans and documents pertaining to
Police north of the border' also
continued efforts to smash ebt
The five m'en seized in Water-
ford were rushed to a police sta
tion under strong guard. Special
police ringed the courtroom when
they were taken before a magis
trate for questioning.
Police said one of the men, San
MeCormack, was found in posses possession
sion possession of a- "constitution" for a
United Ireland drafted by the
army council of th IRA.-
The IRA is dedicated to uniting
Ireland by force. The Dublin guv
ernment, which wants unification.
has insisted it must be arranged
through peaceful conferences with
Arab Big Four
To Aid Jordan
CAIKO. Jan." 19 (UP)
Arab big four Egypt, Saudi
Arabia, Syria and Jordan to
day siened aa ap-eement prov providing
iding providing for Arab aid to Jordan to
repiace the British subsidy to
. tilt couatry. -
Francisco, on her stern her new
home port San Francisco is
freshly painted, but the name
Panama stui appears across her
As she left harbor craft along
the way saluted her with bells,
whistles and waves of the hand.
In Eng. Arms
To be Aired
(ByU. S. Visitor)
LONDON, Jan. 19 (UP)- Brit Britain's'
ain's' Britain's' new defense minister Dun
can Sandys flies to the United
States next week to brief Ameri American
can American officials on drastic cuts in
Britain's military -services, it was
Informed sources said th e s e
cuts, already foresh a d o w e d by
slashes on reservist spending and
aircraft orders, will eventually to total
tal total $340,000,000 annually. The cut
will come as part of a drastic
overhaul in British military plan
ning based on future "big war"
capabilities, these sources said.
Military .manpower will be
snarpiy cut and the role of pilot pilot-operated
operated pilot-operated interceptor aircraft vir virtually
tually virtually eliminated in a massive
switch to guided missiles, the
Sandys will, probably be accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Sir Frederick Brund-
rett, chairman of the defense re
search policy committee, and Brit Britain's
ain's Britain's guided weapons chief plan
ner Dr. R. Cockburn. In addition
to long-range consultations with
its. American counterparts. The
mission wm siuay American ex experience
perience experience in making defense eco
nomies in certain fields..
Another point said to be under
consideration was closer mill-,
tary coordiatlon with Britain's
European allies to form a more
effective fighting force with less
$425 To London
' The British Ambassador has
sent a check for $425 to the
Lord Mayor's Fund for Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian Refugees in London.
J This amount was recently col
lected among tne British com community
munity community in Panama and their
MEXICO CITY, Jan. 19 (UP1-J
Mai. Gen. William E Potter, gov-!
ernor of the Canal Zone, arrived
today ea route back to Panama
from a visit in the United States.
He was met at the airport by
Brig. Gen. T. F. Van Natta, U.S.
Military Attache here.
Argentine Men Like Plump Ladles;.
Something To Pinch, Says: Actress
SAN rRANCISCO. Jan. 19 (UP)
Argentine men like their women
plump "something to pinch," i
said Nelly Patuzxa, Argentine tarn
star, who arrived here today with
assorted statements about the sex
preferences of her country men.
The plump, redhaired Miss ra-
nina came to iae tTaucisce a-
board the Argentine cruise ship
Ya pern h thich she is makingies. 'They like something to pinch, i
Minic wii.- n-iw wwn. 10 ujuau nc nr i juu, .m i
Speaking of Argentine movies' nizia noted that "Grace Kelly a
NUs Panma said "Sex is unim- nice lady, I'm sure, but Artentine
port ant m Argentiaa hi the' men wouldn't like her Cfure. at
anovies at least." ja.
Would Iron Out
GZ Wage Kinks
v The general tenor of recent thinkina tn'LI.S.
ment ogencies looks toward a Canql Zone Single-wage-scale
plan having more favorable potential for Panama Panamanians
nians Panamanians than those previously discussed, it has been, learn learned.
ed. learned. i -,
Provisions under study are also reported to iron out
some of the stiffer criticisms made by U. S. citizens em employes
ployes employes of earlier formulas under consideration to imple implement
ment implement the 1955 treaty provisions on wages,
Nothing firm has been decided, it was learned. Nor
will there be any announcement, even after a decision is
made, of oither the basics or details of the proposed leg legislation
islation legislation until it is actually offered to the Congress.
However, Canal Zone and other U. $f officials who
attended a recent Washington conference, of federal d d-gencies
gencies d-gencies on the subject are-said to be pleased with the but-come.'-,:
if- "-.. ''-.''.J 1 t '
Other persons who have kept
in touch with the points of crit crit-lclsm
lclsm crit-lclsm in, earlier plans of implementation-
report that the pro
visions give a fair share to work
ers of all nationalities on tne
Zone." : li.Vj.'r" .:,v7"--
.Also" thff'ptovisfons' sound'
'"much simpler than those pre-
' viously understood to have
part's official approval in U.
s 'ofrnlea. v
. Reportedly the tentative plan
would have all oersons, regard
less of citizenship hired for Jobs
un- to a certain eraae paia t
lnMHtv rotes, and all those
holding. Jobs above that certain
grad paid at the u.s. rate, snn snn-tert
tert snn-tert tn' rertain tsx (Hustm"nts.
v Conslderatioa is beincj, "iven
to having the pay level ioraii
.' "V. 1
Sag Sox, No Hat
And Tweeds (Ag)
LONDON. Jan. 19 (UP) Prime
Minister Harold Macmillan was
labelled "Mac the Sack" today by
a men's clothing trade magazine.
Th magazine Outfitter looked
askance at Macmlllan's choice of
striped trousers, a double double-breasted
breasted double-breasted jacket, soft collar and no
hat when he was summonea mj
accept the premiership by Queen
Tt Alan tnnnA him wantin in
"In tweeds he looks luce tne
head gardener on some crumbling
estate," the magazine saia.
"The Prime Minister will have
to pull his socks up, which re reminds
minds reminds me, those he was wearing
the other day were a hideous
color." v ". ""
Be Qri Watchout:
CAMP LEJEUNE' N. C (UP)
A one-foot, (-inch, tall Marine
corporal weighing 50 pounds was
declared a deserter today, and a
reward was posted for his appre apprehension.
Cpl. Poplar (Duffy) Provost,
English bulldog mascot for the
4th Battalion, 10th Marines, has
been musing since Nov. 21 from
his home in Warehouse 513.
Duffy enlisted in 1952.
She said movie actresses Gina
LoUobrigida and Sophia Lo r n
caused' s passing interest la the
ust "but after a i while it died'
mfniiiuc in lie inn pump iiui i
. : i i hi t i.ji
acus rerusea w give ner. British doctor suggested today
measuremeoU but e e a f l d it lure may be a connection, t -through
an interpreter, that the twewi drmfcins an.1 nnr
Jobs change from locality rate to ;
UJS. rate at about the grade of
a GS-3 or GS-4, and at the cor 7
responding level. In Vhe craft
There would also be some
iclassiflation of local rate
. Jobs which would have the ef- 11
feet of putting more Jobs a a-bove
bove a-bove the ."change-over line,'
and hence on the baslo U.S.
pay scale less Ux adjust
, American citizen "Individuals -now
holding jobs which wind up
below the change-over, line'
would be taken care of by the
so called "grandfather clause"
which means that their pay
would not be cut so long as they
held those Jobs. But new hirinrs
of both U.S. and Non-U.S. citi citizens
zens citizens would be at the locality
All persons regardless of cltU.
zenshlp who continue to ho'd
positions graded above the
change-over line, or; w h o are
hired for them, or nromoted f-to-them,
in the future."would
have the same base pay.
For, Panamanians," howeW,
this will be subject to reduction
by a tax adjustment formula
designed to brin? their base rv
Into approximately level wit3
that of the Americans, who pe
a much higher Income tax 7 A
phrase in the treaty refers to
The present- overseas diffei
rential will still continue to- be
paid to VS. citizens fop- leaving
their own country to work over overseas,
seas, overseas, which also is taken fn'j
consideration in the new treaty.
S e e a r 1 1 x-sensitiv ''T John
throughout all agencies wou'd
continue to be held bv U. S.
citisetis, It Is anderstood.
A new element in the Plan
under study would establish a
merit system for the Can I jsone
based on the same general orln-
doles as the Civil Service merit
Thl. would make tt twwslhle
for UJS. citizens working- on the
Canal Zon to transfer to other
federal agencies elsewhere fust
as CvIl Pervlce employes can
now do fmm Alaska. Hawaii and
cer"" other ovrse pof.
If th vrovHion h a4oned
fn the Tnal draft f leelsla leelsla-t,
t, leelsla-t, t hr the rmress, t
will eNmlnate one of he ma ma-w
w ma-w erHlW bv AmerVsn en-
Ttioves tHe nnMeil single
w iln fne t Tone.
Iww nn'on officers-of yon
emnJoe Tnm PTP rrtarntoid
o be Kt.mtvfn aome of the te"t te"t-Vm
Vm te"t-Vm nrono Vrtt C all nf
h twnos'i n : in (
tnrrv jrt if fnn svt
tlmU bow h(y would Sf.
fct v riven 1-1. I -
British medical journul tat
frot. VT. Uq Air wrote in
err o lit uroai ceMair(!Y r
mwer in alcoholic subject
said he wonM tart ';-
tlon to deiermine hdu
iwas any casual relation...;.
.. THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
StJNDAT, JANUARY iQ, 1957
3 -1' '$r
m. .r s, i .v v-.
' THIS SUNDAY
;j at 7 van.:
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music for undcr-the star? dancing
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J an. '23 as the star of NBC TVV's
"Matinee" in a story titled "This
Language Called Love." Regular
host John Come will have to do
some acting, too, when he intro
duces Marilyn. She's his ex-wife
and they're not the best of friends,
New Measures To Better Combat Readiness
Of Army. Reserves Announced By Secretary
Movie Alley whispers that Mar
ilyn Monroe .WILL star in "The
Brothers Karamazov".; with hubby
Arthur Miller wntipg the screen screenplay.
play. screenplay. j '"
That Hollywood wash rack" that
advertises: "Cars washed at $1.25.
Jeeps dunked 75 cents." .f
Prospects that Elizabeth Taylor
will make an "in person" ravorce ravorce-court
court ravorce-court appearance in Los Angeles
Feb. 19. it's the new date for shed shedding
ding shedding Mike Winding.
DEAN MARTIN and Jerry Lew
is going separate way for anoth
er pair ot films, jerry win mar
in "Sad Sack" while Dean goes in
another film ;, to be announced
later this year... tux Video Thea Theater's
ter's Theater's forthcoming TV version t ol
Shelley Winters' movie, "South
Sn -Sinner." with a couple of
changes. A new title, 'The Un Undesirable,"
desirable," Undesirable," and elimination of the
rAlP T.ihprare. nlaved. It was bis
movie debut long before "Siucere "Siucere-lv
lv "Siucere-lv Yours." i
MGM'i decision to oin' tht TV
parade. Mayba even leadipg. it.
The' studio will -produce heir-hour
an J hour film how plus film
commercials for the big sponsor,
Kim Novak's hectic few days
erroting in the movie "Jeanne
Engels."For a carnival mantage,
she was a live target for a knife
thrower, acted as a shill fori 8
tism eater, was nicked up by po
lice for staging an indecent dance,
thrown out of a Ferris wheel, had
her clothes ripped off in a Hey,
pv" riot was slaDOed by Jeff
Chandler, and then was hurled in-
t a tank nf water auirea in a
flimsv nrslieee. The Perils of
JOE E. LEWIS' ad lib during
his new act at El Ktncno vegas
in Las Vegas. H saw a waiter
serving- a table of 12 during nis
act and announced: t
"Under, the terms of my con contract
tract contract I'm no supposed to perform
while they're serving."
Title of a new musical for the
teen-age set: "Bop Girl.".. Sal
Mineo's brother, 20-year-old Mi Michael,
chael, Michael, making his film debut in
Sal's starring movie, "Dino.
.Comedian jimmy Karaock's
new song: "I Just fui a ar in
the Back of My Car, and Now I'm
Driving Myself to Drink." ....Mic ....Mickey
key ....Mickey Rooney signed to play George
M. Cohan in a TV spectacular a-
bout the famed Broadway star on;
May 11. No Jimmy Cagneyv
LANA TURNER'S surrender to
television. She'll be a guest soon
on Perry Como's show... Dr. Rex
Ross' romance witn oauet nancer
Liliane Mntevecchl. He once dat
ed Merle Oberon.... Mamie Van
Doren's new car. A built-in hi-fi
set, white rug and pink upholstery
..; ,M a u r e e n Cassidy, the girl
friend of All-America football star
Paul Hornung, landing a big movie
role In "Careless Years."
Censorship-trouble for a new U-,
I movie, "Pylon." Production
Code officials are objecting to a
dice game scene in which Bob,
Stack and Jack Carson play to
see who will wed Dorothy Malorte.
who is expecting a baby.
A new tV deal for George Gobel
next season. An alternate week
schedule and half the shows on
film so the comedian can make
more personal appearances a n d
acceDt nieht-club dates. .Ray
Milland's decision to try lor a new
TV series. Drama Instead of come
dy this time, which he 11 also di
WASHINGTON Secretary, of
the Army Wrtber M. Brucker has
announced new measures, in
compliance with directives from
thi Department of Defense, to
Improve the combat readiness of
ine Army reserve components.
Most significant of these meas measures
ures measures Is a requirement that "all
non-prior service 'enlistees In
the Army reserve components
must receive a minimum of six
months' active duty for train
, prove their effectiveness.
The six-months training nro
visions was recommended to the
Secretary of the Army by Gen.
Maxwell D. Taylor, Army chief
of staff, after careful study by
the Army staff, .
The new policy becomes effec effective
tive effective April 1. It will not affect
any enystee in the Army Re Reserve,
serve, Reserve, components who is enroll enrolled
ed enrolled before April 1. .
.Brucker stated that the Ar Army
my Army ha made nv'ch nrowess
Jn 'mprovement of the reserve
force under the Reserve Forces
Act of 195S, and .that these
measures are nart of cont'in-'
in program : to further Im-
All psrtinent facts were laid
before the chief of staff, who
after careful consideration, and
after, hearing the non-concurr
ring view of the National Guard
Bureau, determined that a
period of six months' ; training
was. required to qualify an, un untrained
trained untrained individual to become a
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Reserve component unit which
must be yeady for service:, upon
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Taylor's recommendation to
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Guard Bureau's recommendation
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ready reserve program is a
' realignment of the enlistment
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Army National Guard, a man
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er concerns the enlistee who
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' NAUSEATINOLY, .PRIMITIVE as are all your
thoughts and habits, you wretch'! tribe, I p ondescend
to confide tn you that'I was back for seconds of th
sudsy syrup at Rolando's Hideaway the other day, when
I heara a couple of; the ballplayer; down here for the
Panama pro season debating on whether Red's Can tuta.
Cab coula 6erve any purpose if they hired it to go alonjf
with them for spring training. : ,
. j. pointed out that the antediluvian (chariot had no
place at all in any spring training p'ans, due to the fact
that it has no springs. That is, unless you count tha
points in the fuel and cooling system where the Can-
tuta Cab is forever springing leaks.
r?: Having cleared this matter up for them, I becam
preoccupied -with.reports. that there is laxity in the com community
munity community regarding observance of several provisions of the
Remon-Eisenhower treaty. Cpntrabanding.'fOr ; instance.
I was heartened, therefore, to read in that vessel of,
verities, El Dia, of the indominitabls stand taken by Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone police on the Atlantic tide regarding a par particularly
ticularly particularly flagrant attempt to transport goods from the)
Canal Zone Into the Republic of Panama without going
through the nrooer channels. 'In this case the offenders
did not even take the small craft channel, through Oa Oa-tun
tun Oa-tun Lake. ' ,i
yyi Instead they were caught in the act of trying to
transport anal Zone iguanas; on which no taxes had
been paid, and regarding which they had no commis commissary
sary commissary rights whatsoever to. Colon to sell in the market
there. -c?. :.y-, :y,-,
It is In order for ah AtlantlC-oide mayor, governor,
or other official 1 imagine, to da some1 comparison-shop-
ping in Canal Zone installations. How else will he bs ..
able to calculate the fairness of prices being charged in
Colon stores? if what ha brings home, from a compara comparative
tive comparative shopping foray carries the household through for a
couple of weeks, what of it? '-:"yrry-y't;r
1 Do you think Macy's or Oimbel's competitive shop shoppers
pers shoppers quit work merely because they, have bought or
priced more than they can use personally? Never on
your ..life.. It is gratifying indeed to see Isthmian offi offi-cA
cA offi-cA wan ftnnscinu of the resoonsibl'iitles of their office,
Uind so determined that their constituents .should not get
an unfair shake from the merchants, ; mat iney scoub
the competition with the diligence of a Maoy's compari-
the use of up-to-the-minute techniques that
the lot of the less-favored people of Panama wilKbe
bettered. Everyone will get t .more equal slice of the
national economic tamale. ;r,Hy&Xy:
' But the case of the contraband iguanas Is-different
indeed, I am indeed indebted to El Dia for bringing 4
to my attention. In fact, Uhere are those 'who inform..'
me that te affair was so hush hush.it hasn't yet even
come to the attention of the cops who are .credited wKh
bringing the offenders, to book. No, not cook book.
Whether this is so or not. it's best that there be n
idle assumption on the ;. Isthmus thai, all impenetrabh
mysteries take place Somewhere else n.- !'ffH-r A
: There are mysteries here, such as why. the entire
Pacific-side can round up only one non-schoolboy. base-.,
ball team to compete in the Twilight League this sea sea-sonr
sonr sea-sonr vaiat sorrofBtatesider community Df sayeooo cl- i
vilian souls is it that can't scare up three or four ball
teams for a 'short season without having, to call on the
schoolboys? That's the, sort of i town we're 'stuck with
down here. A mystery? Yes. I ,
I guess a lot of you read myfteryvstorles, such as
your income tax demands, and other piperback produc-
In most; according to my experience, there are clues
littered around among the chapters, and some hot-scene -detective
hops around scooping them up ai .if 'he had
spent his apprenticeship in the Army policing the area.
Let me tell you these detectives are pampered. They
are presented with their. crime in, the first, couple of
chapters, ana an tney nave to no w sperm picasiiu
couple, of hundred pages playing jigsaw puzzles with
. the clues.A ,-.v.v- : i-::y:y.:,T:
Right here on the Canal Zone, according to a new
' syetem developed under Armed Service wraps, the de
-tective will have to start, really from scratch. He will
have to prove the extreme of a case, before setting about
solving ft. I am not referring to one pf those cases pro procurable
curable procurable for such attractively smal portions of pelf at
Ships Stores.. .t.-;i-.' -.;,.., . '
The new system will still lag iomewhat behind the
case of the South African cop who knocked off some
dame, then; was assigned the job pf solving, the crime.
But it will narrow the gap. i -.
,Reverting to the dark deed listed, earlier' in this,
chronicle, it is almost as if (to take a case ridiculously ;
at random) 'some brightly, shining light of .the Public
Information Corps that beats the drums for the Navy,
yawed through a legal officer's door down there at X5th
Navy District and said, "What about those iguanas?"
Naturally enough the legal officer wonld say, "Look
on my desk. No Iguanas there.". Like as not he'd be
dead right. v r ' r
Likewise legal officers and commanding officers at
all nearby naval stations, and ships at sea. Pop the old i
question at them, and they would disclaim all knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of iguana with the vehemence of a Panama res restaurateur
taurateur restaurateur defending his chicken soup and salad. --
1 Perhaps the question, lust to oe sure, could be taken
up to an admiral Any admiral We have sundry such, v
here on the Isthmus. One is the Chilean ambassador.
. "How about these iguanas?"
'"Begone, lad, lest I keelhaul thee!"
Admirals cannot afford to get the quarterdeck clut- -tered
up with iguanas. Everyone knows that" Horatid ;
Nelson and John Paul Jones were clamant on the issue.
Bu see how it Is from the detecting viewpoint. All J
hands know well that iguanas exist, and that presuma-
bly they can feature in some breach of regulations.
. But when it comes to getting anyone to admitting
to knowing anything about Iguanas, why, It's back to
the old Navy rule: 'Never volunteer for anything.?
-' PERCT5 PEZRLrSS PORTENT is based on the
good ship Panama, which the PanCanal cleverly got rid
of for ' :
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thousand Cellars just before the steering gear broke
down and it had to limp crippled, from Miraflores Locks
to Pier 18. They tty they don't nave some smarties in i
Balboa Heights? V
CIA. CTBNOS. 8. A,
.SUNDAY, JANUARY 20, 1957
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One tlSiue is much like another,
but not the one I saw the -other
day outside "a famous cinema -l In
London's Regent Street.: Why the
scramble? The coloured' "posters,
featured feminine allure," but riot
more alluringly than other cine cinemas
mas cinemas down the road which had no
dUAiie- afr !,:" MK-KJUm:?
Yet here the; elose-packed; line
stretched a hundred yards; along
Keeent Street, witn an .opumisuc
tail waggling for" at least another
cable's length round tne -corner,
"Must be a picture jworth see:
ing?" I said to -bearded young
man hi uie euu. ;
'Picture?".; he said. 'We are
waiting to enrol for the folytech
nc evening classes." vg ? -I
had been ta.ken, in,, pardonably
perhaps, because the Polytechnic
and cinema, doors adjoin.. The size
of the queue connrmea ; reports
that this -yeafs night class enrol enrolments
ments enrolments have exceeded the quarter
million mark, ,.- -Vv--
Throughout the United King Kingdom,
dom, Kingdom, people of all ages from 13 to
70 and- older are- re-oiscovenng
that life begins again at about
seven o'clock in the evening.
FOR ADVANCEMENT AND
Many, of course, take classes to
help- them better, thamselves in
their .daily work.
: Tho polytechnic,, for as little
as six shillings for juniors, will
toach anything 'throughout the
winter from atomic power to
Uctronic : computers, from ac accountancy
countancy accountancy to brick-laying,. Insur Insurance,
ance, Insurance, law, tailoring, town-plan-'
ning and making wigs.
But night study is for recrea recreation,
tion, recreation, too, as I found at London's
County Hall, .where 1 was shown
the syllabus covering subjects cat
culated to take the mind off "the
cares that infest the day."
These are testing times for all
who have their country's, interests
at heart. Both-at home and over overseas
seas overseas the scene is riddled with com
plexities which, even in a demo democracy,
cracy, democracy, like ours, ordinary men and
women can ao uiue 10 unravel.
It is good to relax, following the
example of the great ones men
iiKe bir Francis DraKe, the isng
Iish admiral who, in 1988, coolly
finished his game of bowls before
engaging .the- enemy? ; Armanda;
and Sir Winston Churchill, who,
in the dark years. of World War II,
could' still release the tension with
his paints, and easel. f Y';
.Nothing is more soothing to eye
and nerve than a tankful of tro tropical
pical tropical fish.' :
Seven evening institutes are fit
ted ,up with aquaria; two others
also teach bee-keeping and the
handling of dovecotes.
. To vary the pattern there Is
criminology, a favourite line at
the Regent Street Polytechnic,
Another polytechnic deals in hu human
man human relations, with problems of
conduct investigated by sudents
in the role of actors.
Drama study and -play produc production
tion production are perhaps the most popul popular
ar popular of all "escape'.' subjects, close,
ly followed by languages.
For a few shillings one can get
a grounding in any tongue from
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What did surprise me was to
find so many outdoor occupations
being studied theoretically indoors
during thewinter evenings
' At tho MtryUbone r Women's
Institute, fhey even tch mount mount-a
a mount-a inoering; Among '. tho v gadgets.
are miniature Everest, sum sum-m
m sum-m it and a dummy sleigh .run.
Lessons Via games-coaching un under
der under .cover include girls' cricket
and netball. Seamanship can be
learnt at the Men's Institute in
Deotford i. on the River Thames,
Soon 'the class will, move into the
famous old clipper "Cutty Sa'rk,"
now under refit for permanent dis display
play display at Deptford as a memento of
the great day of sail.
Talking of interests outside one's
daily job, a modern master of .the
techniaue is Christopher Chata
way, tha young British runner
one of : the world s nau-aozen iour
minute mllers. i
In a private ballot Chataway
has iust been voted Britain's Tele
vision Personality of the Year by
the Guild of TV Producers and
Directors. Running is his hobby,
television his career.
He made his name on tne screen
first as a newsreader for Inde
pendent Television, then with the
British Broaacasung uirporauon
kn a brilliant mm reportage sen
es, "Away From It All."
In this he travelled through
some of the loveliest and most
romantic parts of Britain, giving
a warm, human picture of life in
isolated communities like the Shet
land Isles and the Welsh mount
ANCIENT AND MODERN
What I would call the Chataway
spirit nas been shown by 20 boys.
aged between 11 and 17, who have
been publicly praised for their
sparetime discovery of ancient for
tifications near the grammar
school at Newbury, in the English
county of Berskhire. Probing a a-round
round a-round ploughed-up fields, they un
earthed Roman remains during
week-ends and school holidays.
Not far away, at Abingdon, In
the same county, Queen Elizabeth
II has been combining duty with
pleasure in an unusual fashion.
Her Majesty's destination was a
hydraulics research station near
Oxford, but on the wav the xtnn-
ped at Abingdon to enjoy the an
cient spectacle of bun-throwing
during the borough's 400th anni anniversary
versary anniversary celebration From I h
roof of the .countv hall. alrfornnn
joined cadets in throwing 2,000
ouns to me crowd Deiow.
Then to hydraulics at the Crow-
marsh Gilford .station,', where the
Queen ; was- shown ay 10,000 pound
model of the new Tema Harbour,
on the Gold Coast. : ;
"' This" vWas"y only one lit many
models which bave'-beeii built so
that flooding problems in .rive 3
and harbours throughout the Com Commonwealth
monwealth Commonwealth can be "studied with the
aid of radio-controlled ship mod mod-els.
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PUPPETS BRING :
In almost another- dimens I o n
from the modern world we have
had tiie. Puppet Exhibition lnLon-
Benjamin Pollock centenary.
At Shoreditcb Town Hall, where
the display was arranged, I found
the reconstructed shop complete
with marks of World War II bomb
damage which had been run in
nearby -Huxton Street for more
than half a century by this re remarkable
markable remarkable figure.
Benjamin was, the last of the
old-time purveyors of toy '. thea theatres,
tres, theatres, "Penny plain,' twopence
coloured." Among his celebrated
customers had been. Charles Dick
ens, Charlie Chaplin," Robert Louis
Stevenson- and Sir Winston Churchill.-
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In 1932 Churchill, wrote:, "For
three or four years of my life a
model theatre was a great amuse amusement
ment amusement to me." ; .- -,
A tranquil place, this World of
Puppets, on a Saturday afternoon.
Children were there with their
ringing laughter as Punch and Ju Judy
dy Judy fought their timeless war.
But there were grown-ups'; too too-glad
glad too-glad to be, even briefly, in a uni universe
verse universe where all was predictable
and the puppets did as they were
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Styles Lamps and
Shades to match
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MRS. ROBERT M. MONTAGUE, center, wife of the new Commander- in Chief, Caribbean
- AJWHuiand, is greeted by Mrs. Peter S. Peca and Mis. J. R. Russ at a joint luncheon of the
-Officers' Wives Clubs of Ft. Amador, Ft. Clayton, and Ft. Kobbe held at the Ft. Amador Of Of-Hacfs
Hacfs Of-Hacfs Club last Wednesday. (U.8. Army Photo)
LATIN AMERICAN OFFICERS ATTENDING SCHOOt
AT ALBROOK FETED BY COMMANDANT: MRS. EVERS
The commandant of the Latin American School and Mrs.
John Even entertained last evening at Albrook AFB at a
cocktail dansante honoring the
arrived recently to attend the
Home On Visit
Mr. Jose Quintero, the Panam Panam-nisn
nisn Panam-nisn director whose work hss at attracted
tracted attracted much attention in the New
York theater, is it home for s vi vi-ait
ait vi-ait with relatives in Panama City.
lie first became known for his
presentations at the Circle In the
Square theater in Greenwich Vil-laje-
Recently he directed the revival
f "The Iceman Cometh," by Eu Eugene'
gene' Eugene' eil,
Visit of Peruvian Ship
Chimbot Brings Cay Parties
,The visit of the Peruvian Naval
Ship Chimbote was the inspira inspiration
tion inspiration for a number of parties this
On Thursday, Rear. Adm. C. L.
C. Atkeson entertained the officers
off the vessel at a stag luncheon
at the Ft. Amador Officers Open
. Before the ship departed, its
commanding officer, Commander
Augusto Galdez, entertained a a-board
board a-board at a cocktail party.
Saturday Is Data
Mwptuals at Rovssaaw
Mrs. and Mrs. H. W. L. Curtis
f Rousseau have announced that
Sett daughter, Judith Anna, has
oaen Saturday as the date for
her marriage to Engineman 2nd
Class Carroll Lloyd Richards, son
SOLD IN ALL
DISTRIBUTORS IN PANAMA
JULIO VOS, S. A.
Second Diagonal (Old "A" Street) No. 717 Bex Nt. 197 Tel. ?-7I
Cash sais tnly
Latin American oiucers wno
current sessions of the Air
of Mr. and Mrs. R. William Rich Richards
ards Richards of Reading, Pa.
The wedding will be in St. And Andrews
rews Andrews Church, Cocoli. at 2:30 p.m.
All friends of the couple, and of
both families, are invited to at
tend the ceremony and to attend
the ceromony and to join the bride
and groom at the reception that
will be held at the Elks Club im
Faragat Offer Cocktails r'
Dr. and Mrs. Octavio Fabrega
entertained last night at cocktails
honoring Dr. Jorge Illueca, Pans
ma's permanent delegate to the
United Nations, and Mrs. Illueca
who are leaving soon for the
States. Mrs. Illueca will take some
public health studies there while
her husband attends the sessions.
Party Marks Debut
Of Irma Vallarine
A party given Friday evening
by Col. and Mrs. Bolivar Vallari Vallari-no
no Vallari-no at their home in El Cangrejo
honored the 15th birthday of their
daughter, Irma de Lourdos yalla-
nno Strunz who was introduced
to members of the younger set.
"Watfin Down" Party
In celebration of the promotion
of Lt. Comdr. Albert P. Ross, a tra traditional
ditional traditional "wetting down" party was
given on Thursday evening at the
Rodman Golf Club. Cocktails were
USED BY THE BEST
O it COLORS
O it CONDITIONS
O it CLEANSES
FRIDAY 18th thru SATURDAY 26th
Furniture, CrystaL, China, Silver, Jewelry
served at the 19th hole for a large1
group invited by Lt. Comdr. and
Choir 'Guild Announces
Tickets are now on sale for the
unique Barn Dance in Gatun Lake
aboard the Ferry Boat "U. S.
. A special train will leave Pana Panama
ma Panama for Gamboa about 8:00 p.m.
and will return from Gamboa fol following
lowing following the Candl trip early in the
Anyone interested in making the
trip may call the Church at 3-0714
Panama; or contact any member
of the Choir Guild.
Meets At Margarita
The monthly meeting of the Isth Isth-miam
miam Isth-miam Numismatic Society was
held at Margarita Clubhouse
The members and visitors had
the pleasure of seeing many gold
and silver coins also a most in interesting
teresting interesting description of coins by
the guest, Mr. Casullo of Joyeria
Anyone interested in the study
collection or exchang of ideas re relative
lative relative to numismatic material!
should attend the next monthly j
meeting to be held on Feb. 11 in
the Margarita Clubhouse. Please!
telephone the Secrtary (Earl Qa.i-
ley 3-1268) for information."
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THE "ICE FROLICS" SHOW
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1ST
A complete revue on ice
Top international starg
participating in this
exciting show, full of
thrills", laugh, fun! M
Enjoy yourself. It's
cheaper than you think
at El Panama
A Kirkeby Hotel
KCVPTT TO TAKE OFF ON A special flight direct to Manizales, Colombia, are fix qurjena to
reigy pver the festivities of. the famous annual Manizales Fair. The crowning' of conti conti-Cental
Cental conti-Cental Coffee Queeh will take place Jan. 24 at a gala coronation ball. Hotel El Panama .was
the home of the queens during their stay In Panamfc A v i a n c a handled all flights of tho'
queens direct from their native lands in Mexico and all of Central America. -The queens re representing
presenting representing each of the countries are: Mercedttas Eapjnosa, Mexico; Hilda Rlverf, Guatema Guatemala;
la; Guatemala; Sonia Magana, El Salvador; Gloria E. Berger C Honduras; Lila Pendafia, .JNlcaragua;
.Nicaragua; Marta E. de la Espriella,' Costa Rica; and, Analida Alfaro, Panama, -x -1'
taeh iwHce for inclusion in thi
column, thould ",ba tubmittad In
rypa-wriHen form and mailed to ono
f tha b numbin liit-ad daily la
"Social and Otrcrwia," or dlivf-
by nand to tha office. Noticci of
maatingt cannot b accapfad by
Book Roviaw Croup
Of Collego Club
The book review group of the
Canal Zone College Club will meet
at 9:30 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 24, at
the home of tyrs, John K- Red Redding,
ding, Redding, 547-A, Curundu Heights.
Mrs. Arthur C. Brown wilj re review
view review a book entitled "Bare Fet
In the Palace," by Agnes Kietch.
Credit Union Matting
The USARCARIB Credit Union
will meet on Tuesday at its usual
time and place.
Will Plan Perfect
ITHACa, N. Y. -(UP)- Plan
nine residential, business and rec
reational facilities around a new
$12 million industrial plant will
be a class project of 28 Cornell
University graduate students..
The project involves planning a
"perfect living environment"
around the new International
Business Machine Corp. Airborne
Computer Laboratories in Oswe Oswego,
go, Oswego, 28 miles southeast of here.
Although most of the students
are g r a du a t e architects, t he
group includes graduates in eco
nomics, public administration.
statistics, engineering, law and
The project director, Prof; Fred,
erick W. Edmondson, said the
problems the students will meet
in planning the community are in
creasingly frequent as industries
"Projects of this kind which we
have accomplished," Edmundson
said, "have been extremely suc successful
cessful successful as a. teaching medium and
have also contributed to lonsi
term rUnmrig in the com muni-1
Fly LACSA swift Super Convair 340
Lew ronnd trie fares
Most ra eld fliarhU
enlv 85 minntee
a ritra modera, spacioni Sever
ConTalr 34 I seaU te aisle
All davUaht nirtt
; convenient hears.
ror farther Information consult nr Travel Arent nr call
Flighl To Jaque
Planned For llexf
A flight to the home of the
Choco Indiana is planned for
The flight will depart Tocu
men Airport at 8 a.m. Private
cars may be parked at Tocumen
or passengers may use the bus
leavinc Tivoll Guest House at 7
A one-hour stop will be made
at Cocas point on Rey island in
c7Ap (Heart of ofne
Announces the Reopening for a
New Season, starting on '
Reservations Directly by Tele Telegram,
gram, Telegram, Mail r Phone as well as
through your Travel'Agent.
For information call
THE HEART OF, THE AMERICAS
LACSA vaneramie rentes Inclade:
MIAMI HAVANA GRAD CAYMA
; COSTA RICA FANAMA MEXICO
FCERTO RICO IX SALT A DOE.
LINEAS AEREAS COSTARRICENSES. S.A.
PASSENGER and CARGO SERVICE
Jasta Arasemena hetwee list and J2ad
the Perlas group. The' plane will
then proceed to Jaque neaj, -the
Colombian r border where fc the
party will embarUn piraguaa
for a trip up the Rio Jaquti .Re 1
turn to Tocumen is set for 5 p.m.
For reservations, the "-COP A
office at 25 Ave. "Peru i" phone
Panama 3-7058 or after hours
George Hall, phone Panama 3
0090. The cost of this : trip is
$20. Each passenger) should bring
his lunch and wear rough but
cool clothes and don't forget
The flight will be made .under
auspices of the National Tourist
Bureau and may be cancelled if
too few reservations are recelv-,
ed. .,-': .'
wf Office Tel, 3-7I11
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SUNDAY, JANUARY 20, 1957
k" THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
iciai and Of It
IU St, t
J f . f 1 ,1
!. Amidir, Clayton, Kobbe ;.
- Offiers Wives Join s
lp Fes tivi. Luncheon. 1..
With Mrs. Robert- M. Montague
as guest of honor, the Ft. Amador
i Officers Wives" Club entertained
the Ft. Clayton and Ft.- Kobbe Of
ficers Wives'11 Clubs at a joint
l luncheon on Wednesday in the
f Ft Amador Officers, Club; i
&f: Betore luncheon was served,
rnembe -of -thethreer-clubs -and
sheir guests introduced themselves
'; Informally to Mrs. 5 Montague, wife
at Lt. Gen. Robert M. Montague,
new Commander, in Chief of the
, Caribbean command.v
Afi While greeting friends 'and new
acquaintances, the f ladies found
: time to admire theV, travel theme
: so intriauinely employed by wives
frf the Ordnance Section, USAKC.-J
-; -ajii,; nos;esseg or jne afternoon,
under the chairmanship of Air;
E.y w Grubbs Using" nay travel
' posters .as a. background around
; tn room, the hostesses, arranged
tWelvevtables t6 represent Various
:; Latin:. American -countries" fb e
.jjeaa tame temg rvs.s.t Panama
'P. -Eacfcr table; r was ? brightened by
r : i A r 1 i . j
oiiio ,vr!tjr OT nioiscus, to wn"n
were added centerpieces of dolls,
oxcarts, brass saddle sti r r u p s,
rhythm instruments; and pther ob
jects indicative of the particulnr
. country. ?
Hostesses responsible for t j e
decorations were Mrs. E. X. Rob Robinson
inson Robinson and' Mrs." J. T' Roby, co co-chairmen;
chairmen; co-chairmen; Mrs. E. E. Danley,
Mrs.' H. H. Matice, Mrs. U W.
Mueller, Mrs. W, E. Richmond,
Mrs.; G16nh IU Svvann, Mrs. E. A
Varick, and Mrs. R. H. Wells. In
charge of seating were Mrs. R. N
Xee and Mrs. L. L. Miller, Jr. In
charge of refreshments preceding
the.' hinch wer Mrs. R. J. EsrJ,
Mrs. J. B. Keeney, Mrs. Waljaco
Mirteuo, and Mrs. Gordon B.
ScUuetz. Arrangements for tbi
two course luncheon ywere made
WyvMrsE. W. Gmbbs, Chairman,
Mrs.' J.- W, Carney and Mrs. H.
-Mrs. J, R. Russ, president of
the Ft Amador Officers Wives
Club,-4poke a few words of greet
ing to Mrs. Montague on behalf of
the three clubs and graciously wel welcomed
comed welcomed all ladies present.
The afternoon was concluded
with bridge and canasta.
First f Six-Week
Film Series at 'Y'
A six week series of color movi movies
es movies on other countries will be shown
at the Balboa YMCA. The first of
these will be on Monday evening
lat ;30 p.m. at which time movies
uu japan win oe snown, along
wun a newsreel type of film. Fu Future
ture Future films will include such coun countries
tries countries as Ireland. England. France.
Beljuim, and Alaska. The show
ings are bemz: made a v a i b 1 e
tnrougn the courtesy or Pan A
merman Airufatro ;
Bingo By VFW
Held Ar Red Cress
The VFW Auxiliary gave Its
monthly bingo oarty at the-. Red
woss recreation room on Wednes
Prizes, punch and, cookies added
to the festivity, of the evening.
The 'Hospital committee consisted
of. Mrs Margretv Rybiki and
Jrs. verna winferd ; i J
voe Is Slated
Fer Hotel El Panama
Jack Kelly's ;'Ice: FraliM."
complete" revue on ice, stars its
engagement 'at Hotel El Panama
Feb. Joe Cunningham minioo, n
uui aonouncea to
The revue on iro mill tmtr Li...
in El Panama's flower-filled pa patio,,
tio,, patio,, and will be held nightly for
8 Ui int' noie'. Before and
!.- me revue, uie patio will b
ueu ior nancing as usual with
wnicuce aaanm s orchestra.
He Lied Ons Time,
But in Other !05
Yean He'j Worked
ANAHEIM, Calif, --(UP) Pe Pe-ter
ter Pe-ter V,; Ortiz has opened a bank
account to "start saving for my
W H I 106 years old.
,x? was born Lampa Lampa-zoa,
zoa, Lampa-zoa, Mexico, AprU 2, 1850, does
tls 0rw1 cooking, and in spite of
i r mn ne 18 ,os1"b his eye eyesight
sight eyesight due to cataracts, his house
"u jam are neat as a pin.
jj- scu wver Im iexas as
a toddrer at a Ume when the Texas-Mexico
border shifted so often
rt was difficult to know in whiih
i-uuuuy you were living.
At the time of his birth. Zarh.
"17 xayior was nrotMont ,h
m" v is i y" was Drewing and the
a vt Horf ehreeder War hd "t ended
I ncpumican' pany was born when
ue was six.
Ortiz taught himself in resrf anil
yri'e English and Spanish while
ic nciu JOD 88 a Snppnhprrlor
one man wno reiuses vo oeneve u -lexas. ne worxea in a round
Ba ron g Taga log May Set
New Sportswear Styled
" By DICK KLEINER
"NEA Staff CotTif?ondnt
up a 1
He prefers to scout them
over the world, and he's just
from a scoutinjTtrip to Australia,
NEW YORK -s-(NA) If ou I New Zealand, the Philippines, Thai
find yourself wearing a barons i iland and Hong Kong.
tagalog next summer, -you'll have! ..';,.,, u
H(.rry Boniger to thank. L; iukksv
Donieer, who. with his brother
Bill, runs McGregor, doesn't be
lieve in waiting- around for design
things like ba.ona taealogs. Piu
plus, Maori scarves and Thailand
silk shirts au oi wnicn win ne a
ers to come up with j new ideas., dapled, in one form or another,
Some Farms Will
WEST VALLEY, N. Y.-(UP)-Henry
F; ldmiit,; West Valley
"Jldairymari and horsebreeder, is
"Old Dobbin" or the "Ohl Gray
Mar" is a thing of the past on
He maintains there will always
b Worses on farms some farms,
that is. Feldraan bases his. certain certainty,
ty, certainty, on the fact that the rising
prices of farm tractors and gas gasoline
oline gasoline to run them are causing
many farmers to turn back, to
7The 30-j ear-veteran of the
horse-raising business said
horses are less hazardous and
more economical when employed
on certain types of hilly farms.
He reports that a good team of
work horses will cost probably be between
tween between $50" and $800, while the
average tractor is priced at
Confident that horses are here
to stay, Feldman is stepping up
his draft horse breeding program.
Hit stables now include 11 pure purebred
bred purebred Belgian horses and five
Seeds Now Treated
To Defeat Insects
BERKEiEY, Calif. (UP)
TM'dnya-' when farmers simply
put bare seeds in the ground and
waited for them to come up are
rapidly becoming as obsolete as
the paddle-wheel steamr, a Uni
varsity of California at Davis as as-soclat
soclat as-soclat professor of : entomology
recently. told his colleagues here.
;'Wllliam H. Lange, the profes
sor, predicted streamlined farm'
lag of the future will depend on
seeds already packaged in a pro
tective' wrapping of hormones.
antibiotics,' Insecticides, -fungi
cides and vitally needed mln
rals, aQ designed to boost the
seed off to a flying start, a few
jumps anead of ins insects.
laa control experiment involv.
sag 30 kinds of seeds .Lange said
ruulta showed' excellent, control
f wire worms, seed corn maggot.
and aprtngtallt, 'among other
- eesti. Lange has been working on
nig. preventative treatment since
house for the Santa Fe Railway
u new mexwo, pi a yea piano and
accordion with a dance orchestra
ana worked as a cook's helper in
a Bisbee, Ariz., restaurant. He
even was adopted into an Indian
iriDe in wagon .Mound, N. M.
. Lied To Bride
Ortiz came to California In ion?
ana opened a restaurant at Po
mona and later owned a lunch
wagon at Newport Beach. He took
a job at an Anaheim orange pack packing
ing packing plant and retired from his po-
anju as puling ioreman at the
age of 92.
Ortiz-bought his small vine-cor-ered
frame house after the de depression
pression depression of the 1920's that swept
away most of his life savings
which he had invested in an or
He married Josephine in 1902 at
Bisbee. Though she was crippled
in a fall, she continues to do nee needle
dle needle work in her wheelchair.
The first presidential ha lint runt
by Ortiz was for William MrKin.
ley after he took out his citizen
He has no comment to make on
his long life except that he al always
ways always has tried to be honest ex except
cept except when he married Josephine.
"I gave my age as 10 years'
younger. I didn't want hr tn
know how "old I was," he said-
' ' '
Our 1st 1957
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Lot No. 3 6.99
Lot No. 4 8.99
UNDER; SHIRTS from 0.59
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PAJAMAS from 3.99
2 x 7.50
HANDKERCHIEFS from 0.20
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SOCKS frorrf 0.39
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EFFECTIVE from JANUARY 20lh,-1957
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SARONG TAGALOG is demos.
Irrated by Harry Doniger, who
plans ;to adapt for 1.S. males.
into sportswear for the American
item he brought is the Philippine
,uu isiuk -a nana-embrol-.
dered slipover shirt made of a
pineapple cloth called "pinai." It's
a new style in sport shirts, or it
will be wheir McGregor's men a a-dapt
dapt a-dapt it tor the American
) It's long-sleeved, worn outside the
iruusers, coionui and comfortable
- From New Zealand, Doniger
brought a trunkful of mohair and and-wool
wool and-wool scarves, hand-woven by the
natives into fabulously beautiful
patterns. Many are reversible, all
feature unusual, soft color combi combinations.
nations. combinations. Doniger thinks the pat patterns
terns patterns will find their way into wool
shirts, jacket linings, nylon inner-
uiuugs ana monair sweaters. i
- tne Maori "piu-plu" is another
Doniger discovery. These are co colorful
lorful colorful underskirts, worn by Maori
women. They're covered, in New
Zealand, by a rustling grass skirt,
but that's out for America In.
stead, Doniger hopes to adapt the
patterns for swim-wear, shirt bor-
aers, overair snirt patterns.
From Thailand and Hone Knnir
Doniger brought back inspirations
for other new sport shirts. The
inais maKe pure silk shirts with
patterns based on women's
scarves. And the Chinese flavor of
me Hong Kong shirts shows in
self jacouards, touches like half-
moon pockets and fly fronts, the
whole resembling the Styling of a
All these styles will be a deas
am cnange from the oresenf
sportswear picture, which has
been dominated for so lone bv the
Scandinavian influence. The bar-
ong tagalog, particularly, should be
a very popular new style.
Hat manufacturers see a record
year for '57 prompted mostly by
the new styles which have been
amazingly successful. The flattop,s,
casual nais, lower crowns, nar
rower brims have all caught on.
"Voune men are buvine hats for
ine iirsi ume in many years,
says Hat Corporation's Bernard L
And caps are helping, too.
Tie forecast for '57 the sauare
ena tie will (be the big favorite;
tne rep stripe is slowing down,
being replaced by stripes in wool.
silk and cotton and suk blends;
coming up strong is the imported
British wool challis and also rough
textures; conservative colors will
be most popular; the narrow tie
2Va to 2 3-4 inches wide will sitl)
be the fashion highlight.
Praise For 'Burgers
Ads As Red Herring
For Sale Breaker
CINCINNATI (UP) A man
ate two hamburgers in a local res
itaurant, remarked they were
good and ordered another and
one for a friend.
When Mrs. Leon a Hilsmer re returned
turned returned with the hamburgers, ber
customer was leaving. He said he
was gcing outside to get his
Mrs. Hilsmer became suspi suspicious
cious suspicious when the customer failed to
return. Upon checking, she found
he had cut wo padlocks and
taken money from an open safe.
nf is $ i
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''-?tl-H BT ,UtUKOti-Oeorg Washington about the. last person you'd, expect! t n-t.:"
Moscow but he a theic-vw aomwhat unflatlering injnonation by Soviet actor A. Khotfar.
'l u w i tCe?e hi W"Um of "General Washington and" the Water Witchl
.'Howard Fast, left-wine Ampefi-an nutlmp nA i a.i ... .
. Xn.ev,, r-,. t ir .r vj wuiL-i- jjiacrs on me stage. are A. feiiff
( dUrsky, as Gates, and L. Kasatkma, as Annie Anderson. Caption material from Soviet sourceaK 5
First : -National Affiliate Have
Total Resources Of S7588 iMillionf
(PA-O The First Nationkl City Bank of New York and the City Bank farmers Crut
Company (Its affiliate for the separate administration of trust functions' announce that
their combined total resources on Dec. 31 were $7,538 million. This compares with ?7. HI?
million on Sept. 30, 1956 and $7,207 million a year ago. The combined deposit total ,jt as
$6,793 million compared with $6,327 million on Sept. 30, 1956 and S6.4G9 million a year ar ar-The
The ar-The total resources of The -First National City Bank of New York alone were $7,427 Tril Trillion
lion Trillion compared with $6,968 million on Sept. 30. 1956 and $7,001 milHon a year ago. TotaXJt TotaXJt-poits
poits TotaXJt-poits were an All-time hieh at $6,672 million compared with $6,226 million on Septi 304956
and $6,309 million a year aito. The affiliated City Bank, Farmers Trust Company's jesonrces
were $161 million compared with $140 million on September 30, 19K6 and S2W mllliouf A
year ago. Total deposits were $121 million compared with $101 mill'on and $160- mMlimr
respectively. The total capital funds of the Bank and Trust Comnanv.f jeomti',''d
were $602,182,963 on Dec. 31 or $60.22 per share. This compares with $599,058,450 or- 10041
on Sept. 30. 1S56 and $592,446,606 or $59.24 a year ago. i
THE FIRST NATIONAL CITY BANK OF NEW YORK:
Head Office: 55 Wall Street, New Yoik City 1 TJ
STATEMENT OF CONDITION AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1955
INCLUDING DOMESTIC AND tVFSEAS BRANCHES
75 Branches in Greater New York
Offices and Affiliate
Cash, Gold and Due fr6m Banks $1.861.534.344' V
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V SUNDAY, JANUARY 80, 1957 i
sier, Plateadd-'iMilie Feature
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Contenders In $650 Race Too
Panama Marlin Club News
Ten horses are scheduled to match strides in the
wl& open $650 Third Series one-mile race at the
President Remon race track this afternoon.
; Frfrjmer topnotchers Pappa Flynn
, ami 4 nosier amuug uiis ittTuiuca
in this well balanced field which
': incudes three horses that were
impiessive winners their last
timt out Plateado, Pavinetto
' TWb others five scheduled start starters)
ers) starters) fire Chivilingo, Comatose, Ga-
vilan, Abrami and Elko.
Pliteado, the revelation of re recent
cent recent meets, could make this an
other Dost-to-DOst victory if he
every day and could well be on his
way to becoming a top class star.
Cagy .Fernando Alvarez will- nan
die the Stud Circle 4'S' ace.
PapDa Flynn. a legitimate top
flighter, is handica'pped by his rid
er, Vincent Brown. However, a
nine-pound drop in, weights may
make a big difference.
The same goes for Rosier. He
is handicapped Dy jocicey jose
(Chema) Avila but his eight-pound
droD in weights could help consul
erablv. Rosier finished a close
tetiloff on toD from his No. 1 start- copnnrl tn Tnnv last wpek.
f. : ...ill -iJI""-'
ingi tosiuon. jsws nguuic wm nuc
thej Stud Buena Fe Star.
' Pavinetto, which will have hust hustling
ling hustling iGuillermo Sanchez up. is im-
proUng steadily although he has
tailed to live up to expectations
Patan, winner of his last three
tarts, seems to be getting better
Elko (Osvaldo de Leon), Abra Abrami
mi Abrami (Francisco Gatica), Comatose
(Ruben Vasquez), Gavilan (Jose
M. Bravo Jr.) and Chivilingo (Bra
lio Baeza) appear to be outclas-
up to expectations : sed.
XNine Oiner interesting races are
included on an attractive program.
I! I t-
The Panama Marlin Club held
their annual meeting at the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Police Lodge on Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evening where they enjoyed
a delicious chicken dinner cook
ed and served by the Canal Zone
Those policemen are not only
wonderful cooks and waiters but
ihey do an excellent job of deco
rating tables and bar tending
The Marlin Club extends a vote
of thanks to the crew for a won
derful dinner and pleasant eve-
The officers of the Panama
Marlin Club for this year, which
were elected at this meeting, are
President. David Bishop.
Vice-Presiderit, William A-
- Publicity, Mrs. Leslie Adams.
Representative to El Panama
Hotel, Theodore Schmidt.
Board of Governors: George R
Nickel, Donald H. Spencer, E. E.J
Robinson, Theodore scnmiai,
Board of Judges: John
Schmidt, Russel Melssner, Regl Regl-na
na Regl-na Schmidt, John McConaghy,
Russell Meissner, was arjnoint-
ed chairman of the Teeny weeny
Tournament Committee which
will be held at a date to be an
nounced bv the Committee
Theodore Schmidt and John Mc
Conaehv will assist Mr. Meiss
ner and there is no doubt that
the tournament will be well or
ganized with this trio in charge
The Panama Marlin Club will
hold their next meeting at the
Elks Club in Margarita by invi
tation of Atlantic side members.
The pacific siders always look
forward to this meeting which
is the onlv one of the year held
on the Gold Coast. Eddie Ken"
nerd; was appointed to arrange
for bus transportation for this
The word is going around that
mere are plenty or Red enap
per being caught In the bay this
past week, also some Corbina
and Snook and an occasional
Pompano. The boats reporting
good catches of Red Snapper, are
the Soltura, Alabama, skip Jack
II, Sea Witch, Chum and La
Howard Roblson, owner of the
early today just before a 132-
La Ray reported that he caught
thirteen Corbina which weighed
from f Jfteen pounds up to twen twenty
ty twenty pounds each and the same
trip caught a number of Red
Snapper and snook. A number
of small boats have been mak making
ing making nice catches of Corbina.
Taboguilla Point looked like
the Balboa yacht Qlub Anchor Anchorage
age Anchorage last Sunday there were so
many boats fishing there for
Red Snapper. There were fifteen
boats there at one time ana no
doubt there had been more than
that earlier as some had left to
fish other nearby areas.
So, you had better get out
that spinning rod and light
trolling outfit and get them all
set for a real workout as the dry
season fishing Is starting early
from all Indications.
1 Incaica Amat
2 Lanero (e) Arpegio (et
3 Cochisa Full Moon
4 La Gazza Ladra Bull Flea
5 Apache Don Brigidn
6 Sweet Windsor
Old Rivals In Ring
COLLEGE PARK, Md. (UP) (UP)-Republican
Republican (UP)-Republican and Democratic con
gressmen puffed through a basket
ball came of sorts last nignt. it
ended in a 106-106 tie.
The congressmen, however,
were not quite the sharpshooters
the high score would indicate. Us
ing their lawmaking powers to the
limit, they gave each side a bonus
of 100 points before the starting
whistle even sounded.
The congressmen, in another
rules change, fielded nine-man
teams that played three-minute
halfs with a two-minute breather.
Apparently they have more wind
for the floor of Congress than for
the floor of a basketball court.
Each side was able to plunk in
only six points.
The game, played during the
halftime of the Maryland-George
town game, was for the benefit of
the March of Dimes.
SEEING IS DECEIVING
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I U'J&f. WILT THt tTILT Lil
' Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT
Carta, Vieja ..
. TODAY'S GAME -At David
(Chesterfield (Robinson ,3-3 or Michalec 2-0)
vs. Carta Vieja (Grba 3-4).
Game Time : 10:30 ajn.
Race Track Graded Entries
lit Race 6th Series Imp. 7 Fgs Purse $400.00 Pool Closes 12:45
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 D. Duchess
2 Dev. Club
3 M. Slipper
R. Vasquez 12 Jockey should help
B. Aguirre 112 Last two good ones
F. Alvarez 115 Improving steadily
H. Ruiz '109 Underwent treatment
V Ortega 116 Last real good
O. de Leon 107 Knocking at door
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2nd Race 6th Series Imp, 5 Fgs. Purse $400.00
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Tom Collins C. Igleslas 105 Produces hangover
2 Morenote O. de Leon 108 Complete failure
3 Bacana B. Aguirre, 120 Will fight it out
4 O. Buzzer B. Baeza 119 Better this week
5 Rutilante R. L. Gil 115 Good early speed
6 (Lanero R. Vasquez 118 Should make it here
7 (Arpegio O. Sanchez 113 Can score too
Pool Closes 1:15
In David this a. m.
The league-leading Chesterfield Smokers will play
the second-place Carta Vieja Yankees this morning' at
10:30 in the city of David, capital of the Chiriqui province.
A chartered COPA plane was to have taken, the base-
ball group from Tocumeii airport at 7 o'clock for the an annual
nual annual game in the third interior city of the Republic.
The Smokers, who lead the Yankees by two full
games,; will start either Humberto Robinson, (3-3) or
Jim Michalec, (2-p).
The Yankees have announced Eli Grba, (3-4) as
their starting hurler.
No game will be played tomorrow.
On Tuesday Chesterfield meets Cerveza Balboa, and
Carta Vieja meets Chesterfield on Wednesday, "1
Thursday is open date, with a doubleheader between
the Smokers and the Yankees slated for Friday.' ';';"
All games are listed for the Olympic Stadium. Single
constests begin at 7:30 and twinbills start at 6 o'clock. f
3rd Race "Non-Winners" Nat.
1 La Rubia
3 Full Moon
5 Ouayacama A
5 Fas. Purse $250.00 Pool Closes 1 .-45
R. L. Gil 108 Vastly improved 2-1
R. Gomez 106 Depends on start 3-2
C. Ruiz 112 Should make it here EVEN
B. Baeza 102 No visible improvement 5-1
Gonzalez 110 Unknown quantity 10-1
4th Race "HI A"
Natives 6 Fgs. Purse $275.00
Pool Closes 2:20
1 Ebony F. Hidalgo 118 Should be close up
2 Donx Manuel O. de Leon 103 Would pay off
3 La G. Ladra V. Castillo 118 Cheap, but gets call
4 El Profesor
5 Don Jaime
7 Bull Flea
R L. Gil 110 Early speed only
F. Oodoy 118 Nothing to indicate
F. Alvarez 105 Ran well in last
A.. Vasquez 110 Should be runnerup
5th Race "A" Natives 7 Fgs. Purse $375.00 Pool Closes 2:55
1 Don Goyo A. Vasquez 120 In fight to finish
2 Apache J. M. Bravo 111 Handicap in favor
3 Ocean Star V. Brown 114 Jockey handicaps
4 Don Brigldo G. Sanchez 124 Despite high weight
Ned Irish Not Surrendering
Despite Basketball Slump
By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK (UP) Big time
basketball in such off-campus sites
as Madison Square Garden Still is
reeling today under the effects of
the 1951 scandals but Ned Irish.
the father' of the commercial double-headers,
isn't planning to sur
In the days before the "fixes,"
twin-bills at the Garden usually
were sellouts which attracted 18.-
000 fans each and every time. This
year tfce "crowds" have been av averaging
eraging averaging a mere 4,000.
Irish contends that the crowds
"aren't particularly down." Tpis is
either a tribute to his sameness or
a knock against his eyesight. But
he does admit that "over the coun
try ne crowds are on the
6th Race 6th Serial Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $400.00. fool Closet 3:35
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
2 M. Mason
4 S. Windsor
8 After Me
F. Hidalgo 113 Some works fair
A Ycaza 112 Usually close up
R. V&squez 113 Dropped in class
A. Vasquez 115 Also ran higher
B. Aguirre 115 Reportedly sharp
B. Baeza 110 Usually pay Juicy odds
G. Vasquez 107x Could make it here
Ov de Le6n 106
7th Race 4th Scries Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $600.00 Pool Close 4:05
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Royal Emblem
4 D. Beatriz
5 My Friend
9 Ma. Stuardo
H. Ruiz 108 Could go all the way
J. Avila 115 Not with this rider
E Dario 106 Owners like price
O. V&squez 1Q3X Better chance here
O. de Le6n 113 Impressive win last
V. Castillo 118 Showing improvement
B. Baeza 110 -"-Usually close up
A. Vasquez 118 Should beat these
Ith Race "E" Natives
6 Fas. Purse $275.00 Pool Closes 4:40
1 C. de Sapo
2 Soli to
5 Justin a
8 (Black Bee
L. Outterre? !04x Must go lower
G. Sanchez 115 Stout-hearted, consistent
R L. Gil 118 Rates good chance
B. Aeutrre 115 Could be right spot
A. Ycaza 114 Disappointment thus far
A. V&sauez 118 Depends on start
A. Gonzalez 108 Could help entrymate
R, Vaaqoez 113 Vastly improved
9th Race 3rT Stmt Imp. 1 Mile Par. $650.00 Peel Closet 5:15
1 Plateado B. Aguirre 115 Get stiff test here
2 Elko O. de Leon-105 Would pay off
3 Abrami F. Gatica 100 Doesnt belong here
4 Gavllin J. M. Bravo 102 Should be lower too
5 Pavinetto Q Sanchez 110 Could score at price
6 Rosier i. Avila 118 Rack m good form
7 Patan T. Alvarez 115 Seek fourth atraight
8 Comatose R. V4auex 111 Would pay nice odda
9 (ChMllngo B. Baeza 108 Not against these
10 (Pappa Flynn V. Brown 115 Distance, weights favor
10th Race 4th Sana lata, 7 Ffa.Part $600.00 Peal Clotae 5 .-40
1- Volcanico 3. Phillips 103 Slipped saddle last 3-1
2 Plcudo R. Visques 115 Another win tere 3-2
S Double rour Ot dt Leon 113 Returns in good shape 4-1
4 Dawn Song B. Baeza 1 10 Would pay nice odds 5-1
5 Trirreme A. Ycaza 115 LacVs forme? sip 3-1
6 Klroga A Viaques 111 Bled last Urn 31
icii years ago. mere were
many colleges which didn't haVe
the large field houses they have
today," Irish contends. "Now they
don't go on the road as much as
they used to, which may be a par-
Hit The Road
In other words, back in the pre prefix
fix prefix days, the collegea with a build-
MERCED, Calif. (UP) Bobby
Garrett, a former passing ace at
Stanford University and currently
serving as special services officer
at Castle Air Force Base, has
signed a 1957 contract with the
Green. Bay Packers of theuNation
al Fotball League. Garrett is
scheduled for discharge from the
ait force on Jan. 29.
NEW YORK (UP) Dave Sime
the 20 year old-Fuke Unuve4sity
track star and one of the sensa sensations
tions sensations of the 1956 track season until
he suflred a ecoik ini iv. IW
Cmqete in the 60-yard dash event
in the Millrose Games at Madison
Square Garden, Feb. 9. Laszlo Ta Ta-bori,
bori, Ta-bori, the Hungarian four-minutt
muer, Is echeduled to make bis
first New York start in the meet's'
Wana maker mile. -.'
BUENOS AIRES. Areentins.
(UP) The Jan. 30 world fly flyweight
weight flyweight title bout hetwem cham
pion Pascual Perez of Argentina
and challenger Memo Dies of
Mexico has been postponed be because
cause because of illness to the Mexican
fighter. Dies is suffring from a
stomach disorder, but said he
should be able to so throueh with
the fight in "eight to 15 days.M
MONTREAL (UP The Brook
lyn Dodgers will play a team of
International League all stars in
Montreal in the Triple A league's
second annual ALL-Star same, oo
Aug. 19. The Milwaukee Braves
played the all-stars last year in
Toronto hi the iirsf such game, -1
ing program hit the- reach and
made themselves a big reputation
as well as a lot of money. This
helped build and fill those field
houses in which they sell out to today.
Another influence is that after
the scandals, there was a tremen tremendous
dous tremendous back-to-the campus move-.'
ment to remove the players from
the reach of the big city gam gamblers.
blers. gamblers. But now only the Big Seven'
has a ban against off-campus play
and that is. highly elastic in view'
of the fact that Iowa State uses
the new Des Moines Stadium and
the conference tournament is hetd
in the Kansas City Municipal Sta Stadium.
dium. Stadium. Irish sees the current stumbling'
block, at least as far as Madison
Square Garden is concerned, in a
lack of local talent.
Low Calibre Teams
"The calibre of such teams a
New York University and St.
John's lessened after that trouble
with the boys," said Irish, who
prefers not to mention the word
"But if all those New York boys
now playing for North Carolina, at
example, were playing, for NYU,
we'd be drawing with such a team
in the Garden," he added. "And if
Kansas played here with Wilt
Chamberlain, you'd see a capacity
crowd on hand. We just don't have
the teams right now."
' So Irish, who started this double
header business in 1934, is plan planning
ning planning to carry on as usual in the
But there can be no doubt but'
what off c a m p u i college play
doesn't have the drawing power of
pre-scandal days. And he's going
to find it difficult to lure the big
draws out of their own bulging
Mail Conlracf fo
BUFFALO. N.Y- Jan. 10 rmi
The Buffalo baseball Bisons
will open a 19-game spring ex-
hibitlon schedule March 22, gen general
eral general Dan Carnevale announced
Carnevale said the local In International
ternational International League- club will
swine Into the 1957 season by -
meeting the Kansas city B"
sqvad seven days after srrrlna'
training trets underway at Pom
oano Beach; Fla, The Bisons
hare a working agreement with
Carnevale said con tracts have V
been mailed to four'Kansas City, i
owned plavers assigned to Buf Buffalo
falo Buffalo nitchers Bill Bradford, ',
Dutch Romberger and Jose San Santiago,
tiago, Santiago, and shnrtrton O e o r e -Wegerk.
All other Piaon
riel win receive their Darts rb,
1, the general manager said.
V tTTOAY, JANTART M, 195T
THB griCBAT AMERICAN
MeSris It, But
, MARGARITA LEAGUE. ;
wrlrii Bros, moved intotun
disputed Jirst place this week
as they ioolc the last halt cham champions,
pions, champions, Agenda Kam lor I onr
points. Kam's Robmson was the
only man win v & aw "vi
very unusual lor the Agency
men. Sanker led Wright's with
a 565 followed by KirkendaU
The Navy, in first place last
week dropped into second aiier
only a Put wim euwer. iu
with a 521 series the
it.-., tnnV th. last flffle With
noueh left over to take total
pinfall after losing the first two
. v flrts marcins.
Vna. after taking; three
from the slow-moving Aces gain gained
ed gained in the Standings-Wallace,
subbing on the Powell team led
with a 614 series, to take class
B this weeic spinnwr
Aces with 569 tailed closely by
After winning four points last
week Casa Tohros lost four this
week to the Police, who lost four
last week; Hogan's 688 led the
Yohros men andtook Class A
this week. With four men over
S? and.only Cof'six-points
8hv th Police rolled up a 2681
scratch Same. They couldn't
miss-. Cook's 494 took Class C
for the week.
police Assn. v
Agenda Kam4 .
Kobmson, ,.i.167 201 168 j 536
Johnson ,.,..153 LIT 137. 407
Butz .-...... 132 165 131' 428
Rudy S.ir.l68-177 137 482
Stopp .-488 164 131 : 465
616 832 694 2342
762 764 902 2428
777 796 751 2324
Stilson 159 147
Hulks 177 162
Pietrowski ...166 193
Spinney 180 179
By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK fNEA) Judeine
ty the furore stirred up by Jackie
Kobinson s retirement, one wouia
suspect i that organised baseball
was going to die the deatn ox a
rag baby with his departure.
But Roy campanella assures you
that the major league ciuds wm
be back doing business at i n c
same old stands come spring.
une or ine more Bigauicniu
things the always controversial
Robinson had to sav in his vale
dictory was that the Dodgers
would be in trouble jf Campanel Campanel-la's
la's Campanel-la's hand didn't come around.
So Campanella, doser than any
other to being the indispensable
man of the Brooklyn, club; has
good news for his sde that is bad
tor me ouiuis cnasuig me juuu juuu-al
al juuu-al League champions. The burly
catcher shakes hands with you
demonstrating that the operation
of Nov.. 21 removed the source of
the soreness around the base of
the thumb on his throwing hand.
To strengthen the V between the
thumb and index finger, he swings
two bats daily In the storeroom
pf his Harlem liquor store.
Campanula's Tnore recent alter alternate
nate alternate big- and, for him, ordinary
years definitely are traced to band
operations.' A return to his most-valuahle-Dlaver
form would come
yery near to making the Brooks
a breeze, ; ;;.
815 834 861 2510
Wright Powells-Wright 149 147 163 459
Wallace 180 181 153 514
DeVoll 147 200 146T 493
Bell 150 Iff, 145 40
Watson 179 145 154 472
INJURED BY A FOUL tin in a
training exhibition game in Mia Miami,
mi, Miami, Campanella suffered pain eve every
ry every time he wrapped his right band
round the handle of a bat. A chk-
40'ped .bone which was removed af
43ifected a tendon and nerve.
Campanella believes that Robin
son could have at least one more
excellent year with the Giants, but
doubts that the first Negro ever to
crash organized baseball will .be
among those present at the Phoe
Albrook, Clayton, Am a dor Ahead
In Armed Forces League Baseball Action
Albrook 6 Kobbe 1
Albrook's Flyers scored two
runs Jn the third inning, and
rour more in the eiehth. to
smasn tne Fort Kobbe Regulars
o-i asi sunoay, behind the two two-hit
hit two-hit pitching: of. Stan Hill.
in tne Flyer half of the third
catcher Frank Lucovich drew a
walk, Stan Hill got "on with an
error, and Merle Foster was
walked to load the bases. Sec
ond baseman Frank Gandarllla
prougnt Lucovich in with a fly
ball and Art Daniel brought Hill
home with a single.
HUI ted off the Fiver eiehth
with a single; Foster got on by
virtue or an error: and Ganda Ganda-rilla
rilla Ganda-rilla slammed a r double scorin!
Hill, and sending Foster' around
o uura, uaniri.Horouent roster
in with a fly ball and R o s s
Hammond brought Gandsrllla In
with a single. Hammond stole
second and scored the last- Fly
r run when George Bell tain
. TOr TEN
T)iil1 l .........
0ovi1rr 17ft 3
Jttwarfr 16 i
Banker ... a W 0 '176
Hicks :145 196 142
virlrendall ..215 164 175
' ADD BowUnr '"'
St. John ..V.139 156 202 493
trtam .....14A 165 179 492
835 888 791 2514
Oesterle 131 178 176 485
Kaufer 167 112 156 434
Gibson 147 119 156 422
Brown 182 161 136 479
Hogan 205 203 180 588
832 881 875 2588
Pro Foolbal! Seeks
Enjoyed By Baseball
WASHINGTON (UP) Tha Supreme-
Court has taken under ad advisement
visement advisement a ease in which the Na National
tional National Football League has asked
for professional football the same
anti-trust immunity now enjoyed
by professional baseball.
Decision on the case, stemming
from a sinf by termer uewou
864 895 835 2504
Stewart 221 160 195 576
Guest ... .192 173 180 545
DeRap MD 1W 162 11
Cook 164 165 165 494
Martin 199 189 167 555
045 867 869 2681
Long Haul Jo
SCHENECTADY. N. Y. (NEA)
Joe Norton started entering ice
skating races when he was 16.
That was In 1941 and for 16
wmters Joe hat been a standard
at every speed skating event held
in the eastern states. Norton went
to the post more than 200 times.
t:... M Ira Rarinvtrn. IS vn nui uviaiuu, uc "ucu ui
vnarteri name time before the '?er.
nd of the court term in June.
The court heard two hours of
spirited argument on the case
Thursday, much of it provoked by
question! from several of the "jus "justices.
tices. "justices. Much of the argument cen centered
tered centered on whether decisions handed
down in 1922 and in 1953 regard regarding
ing regarding baseball should also apply to
the pro gridiron sport.
Two lower courts already have
returned a finding that pro foot football
ball football should have the same immu immunity
nity immunity from anti-trust action that
baseball has, but counsel for Rad Rad-vich
vich Rad-vich bis charged the NFL with
monopolistic tactics in violation of
the federal anti-trust laws.
Radovico, of Los Angeles, sued
the NFL and Us member teams
in 194S under the anti-trust laws,
charging they had blacklisted him
for leaving the Detroit lions in
1N6 to play with the Los Angeles
Dons of the now defunct All All-America
America All-America Conference.
Today Encanto J5 .20
Spanish Double Program!
Luche Gatica in
"NO Ml PLATIQCE5 MAS
Hsa. Aguirre' In
"ORGULLO DE ML'JER"
Today IDEAL :- J5 .75
. Alan Ladd In
, "IRON MISTRESS"
- Richard Conte In
' ""TARGET ZERO
Norton Went into even heavier
training this year, made a 180 180-mile
mile 180-mile round trip each Thursday
night from October until ths
month in order to train on a good
In bis first outing of the year.
Norton took the senior men's title
in the New York State Champion-half-mile
and placing well in
three other events.
"I guess I hit my peak," the 33-
year-old fireman claims.
Doctor Only Chance
For Bruin Goalie
To Get Off Hook
BOSTON (UP) Goalie Terry
Sawchuk, three-time winner of the
Vezina Trophy, had one chance
left today to have his indefinite
suspension lifted by the Boston
That was to see a doctor. Bru
ins Coach Milt Schmidt, who or-
dared the suspension Wednesdayi
in the absence of General Man-;
ager Lynn Patrick, slid: 'If Ter-
"Bitterness developed when the
Dodgers sola Kobby, ana it, un
der the circumstances, you sus
pect that he'll change his mind a
bout Jackie. He "doesn't back up
on his words too easily.
Campanella doesn't particularly
care to become involved in Hobin
son's controversy with Buzzy Ba
vasi, but must say that after 11
years of association, he thinks the
world of Walter O'Malley and the
vice-oresident in charge 01 prac
tically everything at 215 Montague
THE ONLY ROBINSON PART
ING statements with which Cam
panella disagrees are those hav having
ing having to do with the lack of security
in baseball and the crack that
"baseball mav be A. snort to a lot
of people, but to me it's just big
"Wonder if Robinson thinks, "he
would have sot the $50,000 from
the magazine and the job with the
snack bar chain had he not been
a ballplayer?" asks Campanella.
'But a fellow says a lot of things
he doesnt mean when he's angry.
I'm 35 and they'll have to cut
the uniform off me. YouH never
catch me rapping baseball. With
Out baseball, I wouldn't have this
liquor store, the home on Long
Island and my boat. My wue ana
six kids are much better oft be because
cause because of baseball."
Campanella is excited about old
and new Dodgers.
It was pointed out that Sal Mag Mag-lie
lie Mag-lie will be 40 when another season
gets under way.'
"When those hitters come up
there." savs Roy. "they won't be
thinking, 'That guy out there is 40!
years old.' They'll be thinking,
That suy out mere nss a n oi
"Never saw one like it," con con-eludes
eludes con-eludes Roy Campanella, who has
been catching professionally for
Lehar Leaves II. Y.r
Accepts Grid Job
Al U. ol Houston
HOUSTON. Ter. (UP) Hal
Lahar of Colgate University yes
terday accepted the position as
head football coach at the Univer University
sity University of Houston, succeeding Bill
The announcement was made by
Athletic Director Harry Fouke af after
ter after it was disclosed "prema "prematurely"'
turely"' "prematurely"' in New York that Lahar
had been released from his con
tract at Colgate.
Fouke had called a press confer
ence for later to announce
the name of the new coach, end
ing a 13 day search for a succes successor
sor successor to Meek.
Meek, who guided the young
Houston school's Cougar football
BHS In Pacific
Pacific Twilight League fans
are in for a baseball treat this
season. The League opens to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night with the 1958
champion Balboa High School
nine meeting the runner Lucky
Strike team. i
Rosters of the teams submit submitted
ted submitted by the managers of the
three teams this year indicate
that the Schoolboys, Lucky
Strike and the Jc Collegians are
evenly matched in all positions
and it should be a tight race
rlpht down the line.
Balboa High under Coach Paul
Karst defends their title with
the followine players; Charlie
French, Don Rvter, Owen Suth
erland. Dan Winklowsky, Bruce
Bateman. Bob Hamilton. Richie
More, Lem Klrkland, Geo. Bar Bar-bler,
bler, Bar-bler, Moe Schoch, Fred Hartley,
Chas. chase, eGorge Trimble,
Corby McGriff, Jerry Durfee,
Norm Peterson and Pete Cor Cor-rigan.
rigan. Cor-rigan. Lucky Strike manager Abdlel
Flynn has been working out the
following players and from all
Indications will come un with a
classy nine with Al Lombana,
Jerry Haiman. Dick Johnson.
Halsall, Bob Carlin, Smith, Cor-
dovez, Joyce, Blog, Charley Hinz
and Gus Koslk.
Junior College coach S t u
Brown has the nucleus of a
souad that, could take the flae
with P.' Smith, Joe Wood, De-
Diego, Lou Charles, Fred Ray-
bourne. Gil Smith, Joe Cicero,
Dean Washburn, Swalm, Mike
Brandon, Lee Cotton and Jim
Clayton 5 Albrook 4 j
. A ninth inning error by Al Albrook
brook Albrook left-fielder Joe Biddy at
Bean Stadium last Saturday I
night enabled two cavaliers to
score In a 5-$ Clayton victory o o-ver
ver o-ver the previously, unbeaten Fly Flyers.
ers. Flyers. Righthander Bob Berlten eot
credit for his first win of the
season as he went all the way
for the cavaliers, giving up four
hits and striking out six men.
Clayton scored first, in, the
top of the second, left-fielder
Lee Ayars led off with a trip'e.
A sacrifice, an error. ooi"v ov
nan Nakama and Pat Deianey
and a snel bv urn turners.
brought m the first three runs
of the ppme.
Albrook kent whltnnar me
lead down and eerti7lly went
had in the fifth Innln a;
walk, a stolen bs. a neming
error and an infield out.
Tbe Fivers began their scor scoring
ing scoring In tbe home half of th
second. An error, a walk and
a slnale by Dick Greenfield
hroueht In the run. In the
fourth atanaa the Flyers "cor "cored
ed "cored araln. Two walks, a field fielder's
er's fielder's choice and a ground ball
brought In the second Albrook
run. They then scored two m
the fifth to go ahead.
Clayton won the ram in the
ninth. A walk to leadoff batter
Walt Rauerbrun and the error
bv. Biddy scored one nm ptan
Christipn then-drove in the win winning
ning winning tally with a sharp single to
Amador 6 Army At'antle 1
A strong n'tch'nn- performance
bv righthander Bob Stenhen'on
high-litrhted Amadors 6-1 vV.
torv over the Army Atla"Mc
Bushmaster last fl'mdiv. The
game wp pluve at Fort pavli.
A walk, slngl. jud un er error
ror error brought in tr I w 1 1 a T
Trooper run H th f'rt ln ln-nlnr.
nlnr. ln-nlnr. r-'lt th Pusrwster r-taliated-ln
tHelr h)f of th
flnrt on a we.'U. a "' and
a single hv Rolando' Peres.
In the fourth inning a lead-
off walk to Herm Daniel, a sac sacrifice
rifice sacrifice and two errors scored two
more runs for th visiting Troon-
ers. Army Atlantic nltcher, Jim
Daley, became wild in tbe sixth
Inning, Issuing three walks, but
It was his throwing error rnai
enabled two more Trooper runs
to cross the nlate.
Amador scored two insurance
runs in the ninth Inning. Jack
KaDs led off tne inmn wnn
wfllir and scored all the wav
from first on a single bv Daniel
and a throwing error hv rirht-
fielder Al slmoes. Daniel men
nnrpd on a sacrifice by Bruce
Kobbe jlArnv -Atlantic
Fort Kol scorM run
th ffrst thre minutes and
hen fourM off a rawe Artnv
Atlan'-V nine rrner a li lift
ft lift rerdlct at Fort Kobbe Sat-
v.uh. -ivf neither t n r e
weiVs. a ertfle. a p'" 1
e hv TWn wep
ouick runs in vc
first inning. I
Five walks, a sacrifice, a hit j
batter, '-a passed ball, and a
fielders choice play accounted
fop four more Kobbe runs in the
In the third inning a walk,
singles by Niek Colangelo and
Hai Duffield and a sacrifice fly
by Dutch Waldn produced two
more Regular runs.
Army Atlantic broke into the
scoring column in the fifth In Inning
ning Inning when Joe Tucker walked,
went to second on an infield jnt,
stole third, and scored orf
Dassed ball. .
Two walks, a passed ballSi32
singles by Clayton Mitchell an'
Cotto Erazo scored two m o rT
Bushmaster runs in the fifth 1
at Motla's .
Vol de Nuit
(Souls le Vent
Fleur de Feu
Eau deToilette Atsorted
Four la Barbe ...
Vol dt Nuit
Fleur de Feu
Tfd$, parfumt flaeou poucLat
and a Mnl
ry'f sick, then weu go along aHjn,, tot the past two years,
the way with him. But wcvaoes t Sooth era Methodist Uni Uni-I
I Uni-I asked him to see a doctor anl versitv in Dallas as head coach.
he won't have anything W do wittj
The 2T-year-okl Sawchuk
stunned Bruins officials, players
: and fans alike Tuesday when he
announced he was quitting the
team flat He said his 'nerves
were "upset" and be couldn't
go on. ,
No details of the contract be
tween Labar and Houston were
disclosed. Fouke said such con contracts
tracts contracts were "never made public."
Fouke disclosed that Lahar was
a vi si lor oa the Houston campus
last week but preferred to keep
his name out of the search for a
coach to succeed Meek. .
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Couplet, Teenager! & Individual!.
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r jforts TODAY at 10:00 a m. at the LUX!
,7 $forr$ iouat i
FOR' SALIi Fully automatic
Maytag cashing machine, 60 60-cycle;
cycle; 60-cycle; upright piano, good con
dirion. Phone Balboa 3144,
FOR SALE: Davenport & chair,
good condition, $50. Phone 84 84-3102.
3102. 84-3102. FOR SALE: Frigidaire Deluxe,
9 cu. ft., freezisg compartment,
tealed unit, excellent condition,
60-cycle. Balboa 2-2814.
FOR SALE: 3 -hectare farm on
highway near Rio Arraijan with
8-room home. Call Panama 2 2-5075.
5075. 2-5075. FOR SALE OR RENT: 3-bed-room
house and lot at 105. First
Street, Las Cumbres.
FOR SALE: Houses and lots lo located
cated located in Rio Abajo, Parque Lefe Lefe-vre
vre Lefe-vre and Juan Diaz, near National
Highway. Attorney David Leon,
Avenida 13 No. 15-150.
FOR SALE: Boquete homesites.
Level, electricity, water. Reason Reasonable
able Reasonable prices, terms. Sara Carrei-
ra, Boquete, Chiriqui.
PRICED FOR QUICK SAL. and
and only 15 minutes fromPana
ma City. Chivo-Chivo Roai, ap
proximately 200 meters trora the
Boyd-Roosevelt Road, a two-to-ry
Wooden house, with mosqui mosquito
to mosquito netting, garage, artesas wilt
and 6785 square meters of land
all around barbed wire fence,
fruit trees ready to bear. Tele-
phone 2-271 8.
FOR SALE: Twenty-two acre
farm. Eight (8) miles from
Asheville, North Carolina. Beau Beautiful
tiful Beautiful rolling country. Farmhouse
with three bedrooms and all uti utilities.
lities. utilities. Telephone. City water.
Electric range and 50-gal. hot
water heater. Cold water spring
and running brook. Bearing fruit
and nut trees. Taxes only $50,
per year. U.S. government tobac tobacco
co tobacco allotment worth $700 annu annually.
ally. annually. An excellent buy at $15. $15.-000.
000. $15.-000. For further details asd pho photos
tos photos of property write Box 518,
Ft. Amador, C.Z.
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this woman in his arms
was now the wife of
the man he called
his best friend!
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FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished 5-bedroom house; No. 19
48th St. Phone 3-3461.
FOR RENT: Chalet, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, Victoria Street,' "Urbani "Urbani-xacion
xacion "Urbani-xacion Miraf lores" No. 17." Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-2062.
TELLING THE WORLD-Everybody to RochesterrMinn,
knows that Mr. and Mrs. Kay Cleveland have a new daughter, daughter,-thanks
thanks daughter,-thanks to Susan Cleveland's boss..: She's a secretary for a
local sign company and the bos ordered the billboard fixed
ud as a surprise for the new
ACTION AND ROMANCE IN
A SPECTACULAR DRAMA!
IMWW)SHBJa5S3: I "mmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmiumtmmmmrmmm
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A stirring- and spectacular pictuiization of the long:,
hard and bitter struggle of the Texans for freedom from
Mexico, with Joel McCrea portraying the colorful Sam
Houston, is Allied Artists' Cinemascope color production of
the FIRST TEXAN, which opened Wednesday at the BELLA
Filmed on an epic scale and recreating the great Bat Battle
tle Battle of San Jacinto, the crucial conflict which finally won
the Lone Star Republic its independence; "THE FIRST
TEXAN" Is one of the year's major historical dramas, and
at the same time a superb vehicle for McCrea.
THE FIRST TEXAN shows in detail the various devel developments
opments developments as American pioneers and many Mexican settlers
sought to free themselves from Mexico and set up a sepa separate
rate separate Republic.
Colonel James Gowie, strongly played by Jeff Morrow,
McCrea's co-star, William Barret Travis, commander of the
illfated Alamo: Davy Crockett, Andrews Jackson, are vivid vividly
ly vividly presented.
A pretty newcomer to pictures Felicia Farr, is McCrea's
other co-star, and she promises to go far in pictures. She
portrays Houston's sweetheart.
showing at Your Service
DIABLO HTS. 2:30 7:00
. Monday "Mystery of Black
MARGARITA 2:30, 6:15, 8:25
Eva Marie Saint
THAT CERTAIN FEELING"
Mon. "No Man's Woman"
3 A I afi A
A L O VJ A
A PICTURE OF VERY, VERY SPECIAL 6REATXESS1 P
1H Fm it ft bw .
Miracle in the Rain"
ALSO SHOWINO MONDAY t
PARAISO 6:15 8 J5
"HELEN OF TROY"
SANTA CRl'Z 6:15 :4 -THE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Two Chris Craft
145-horsepower marina engines,
dual controls, panels, automatic
' reverse gears, in excellent oper operating
ating operating condition. Sea Albert Bar Barton,
ton, Barton, Balboa Yacht Club.
FOR SALE: 18-foot sloop, 4 4-cylinder
cylinder 4-cylinder inboard. Best offer. Rob Rob-art
art Rob-art Harris, Albrook 2166.
'2. I a Tf v
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Center Theatres Today!
"HIGH SOCIETY" Color!
Tuesday "Hilda Crane"
GATUN 2:30 7:00
"CRIME IN THE STREETS"
Tuesday "Big Chase"
CRISTOBAL 2:30 7:00
"MAN IN THE GRAY
Also Showing Monday I
2 00 4:15 6:30 8:45
LA BOCA 7:M
raia aurork c-ie. a.ic
"HE1X ON FRISCO BA"
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 121 1, CRISTOBAL, CZ.
Lady whj desire a baby litter
nights, call 2-5055 on Sunday,
FOR SALE:---Singer tawing ma machine
chine machine with motor, 7 drawers, in including
cluding including bobbin case, Singer hem-
stitching attachment and pinking
machine, $90. House 249-A Li Li-mon
mon Li-mon Place,' Gatun.
FOR SALE: 19" T.V. months
"old,, table model with matching
table. Call Albrook 2251.
Spanish Cedar Maria
Rear of El Rancha Garden)
CIA. FORD, S. A.
Tab. Panama 3-1257, 3-1258.
FOR SALE: Registered A.K.C.
blonde Cocker Spaniel puppies.
Phona Balboa 2444.
INVITATION FOR PROPOSAL
FOR FURNISHING CROSS TIES
Panama Canal Company invites
'"proposals (or furnishing 4,050
pieces oi Cross Ties under seal sealed
ed sealed bids for jepening in public at
1 0:3 0 .m., January 22, 1957,
in the office of tfilKSuperinten tfilKSuperinten-dant
dant tfilKSuperinten-dant of Storahauses, Balboa. In Invitation
vitation Invitation He. P-578 -may be ab-
, tained from the above office,
'FOR SALE: Singer buttonhole
attachment $5; Hind stitch at attachment
tachment attachment $2; 1 Cine Kodak 8 8-mm.
mm. 8-mm. Wcase and film $35; 1
girl's coat, sixa 12, perfect con condition,
dition, condition, cost $25, will sell for
$10, color blue; 1 ladies shortie
coat, sixe 18, light green, good
rendition, $10. Phona Balboa
ATTENTION. Q. I.I Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedroom, bet, cold water.
Phona Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment (corner) s Hving-dining
room, $70, screened. 56 Belisa Belisa-rio
rio Belisa-rio Porras. Kay apartment No. 2.
Information phone 2-2316 or 3 3-0234.
0234. 3-0234. FOR RENT: In El Cangrajo, 2 2-bedroom
bedroom 2-bedroom apartment with dining dining-living
living dining-living room, kitchen, laundry,
maid's room, etc. Call 3-3742.
FOR RENT: Large and venti ventilated
lated ventilated apartments en 4th of July
Ave. Tl-352 (feeing entrance
to Quarry Heights). Inquire same
building 9 ta 12 noon and 2 to 6
p.m. or phona 2-2037 anytime.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, separata maid's room, ga garage,
rage, garage, unfurnished, in high, cool
locality in El Cangrajo, $110.
Phone: office hours 2-0321, aft after
er after office hours 2-3525.
FOR RENT: Recently painted
apartment, concrete building.
Living dining room, bedroom,
kitchen, yard $50. "Urbaniaa "Urbaniaa-c
c "Urbaniaa-c ion La rVadera," facing La Ga Ga-rantia
rantia Ga-rantia Furniture Factory, Saba Saba-nas.
nas. Saba-nas. Phone 3-2796.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment wrefrigerator, porch, parlor-dining
mm, bedroom, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, tiled, screened $55. Inquire
1 1 2 Via Beliserie Porras, near
FOR RENT: Unfurnished apart,
merit. Private entrance, large liv living
ing living room, dining ream, rwa bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, two baths, maid's quar quarters,
ters, quarters, lacked garage. Lovely resi residential
dential residential section. Pheaa Panama
FOR RENT: Apartments, mod moderately
erately moderately priced, in new concrete
building, Rie Abaio. Attorney
David Leon, Avenida 13 Na. 15-
If fooJIsh for e mon to contro contro-cBct
cBct contro-cBct hit wife If he fust woits a'
little while she'll do It herself.
CAP I TOLIO
THE ATOMIC MAN
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SELL OR SWAP: Two 1950
Chevrolet 4-doors and one 1 952
Chrysler 4-door, 6-eyl. Interest Interested
ed Interested in 1954. or 1955 Cheviolets.
Can ba seen at the Atlas Garden.
Phona 2-4830, 2-2423.
FOR SALE One 1953 Ply Plymouth
mouth Plymouth sedan. 30,000 miles, ex
cedent condition, new tires, ra ra-'
' ra-' die-beater, tinted- alio Till
FOR SALE: 1949 Hudson Su Super
per Super Six sedan good tires, excel-
lent -working, .condition, $300.
Balboa 2-28l4.t ..
FOR SAlE:-u-'48 Plymouth
Coupe, duty piid, radio and new
tires, '770-A Barneby,- Balboa
3.044.1 C-'V ',
FOR SALE: 1951 Pontiac con con-vertible,
vertible, con-vertible, 8-eyl., hydramatic drive,
new tires, clean, excellent condi condition,,
tion,, condition,, Phone A1 e James L. Mc Mc-Connell,
Connell, Mc-Connell, 8J,304.
FOR SALE: 1955 Mercury sta station
tion station wagon, '21,000 miles, Mere-o-matic,.
radio, superior condi condition.
tion. condition. Can be seen. Quarters 25,
Ft. Kobbe r calL 84-3 174.
FOR SALE wl 953 Chevrolet 4 4-door
door 4-door sedan with radio, excellent
condition, $1000. Phone Curun Curun-du
du Curun-du 2152. See immediately at
House 572-H, Curundu Heights.
Mondays and Thursdays
Starting. MONDAY, Feb. 4th
Special Short Morning
Mondays. Tuesdays &
Starts Thursday, FEB. 11th.
Information & Registration
Phone BALBUA 2839 or 2759
Mystery fans get set for an exciting excursion into a world of inter inter-national
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FOSTER'S COTTAGES and largo
: beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866,
Gramllch's Santa Clara Beach.
Cottages. ..Modern conveniences,: conveniences,:-moderate
moderate conveniences,:-moderate rates. Phone Gamboa
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages,
Santa Clara. Box 335 Diablo Hts.'
phone Panama 3-1877. Cristobal
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY: Chevrolet
1950, 1951, 1953 or 1953.
Phone 2-0740, Spencer.
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ODD JOBS DEPT. An almost certain winner In any "un "unlikely
likely "unlikely occupation" contest would be these workmen at ;New
York's Museum of Natural History. They are ''dinosaur ;
dusters" and are seen giving a vacuum cleaning1 to the skele skeleton
ton skeleton of a prehistoric stegosaurus.
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BUS STOP 1 -:-with
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D-DAY SIXTH Or
,;" WANTED s4 bilinguaf secreta secretaries)
ries) secretaries) good pay, fAust know short shorthand.:
hand.: shorthand.: Apply ervicios y Coloca Coloca-ciones,"
ciones," Coloca-ciones," Camara da Comercip No,'
We are looking for; ambitious
salesman or representative. .Tele .Telephone
phone .Telephone 3-7378 from 6 H 8 p.m...
'Opportunity forvlengH term- .em-'
ploymenf by' North Amcrrcan '. .'.
couple offered experienect'xoek :r :r-maid
maid :r-maid trained in- first etas sarv--
ice. Salary $50 or tetter if serr .:
ice performance proves satisfac satisfactory.
tory. satisfactory. Local character7 references
required. Telephone 3-6507 be-
tween 8-10 -a.m.
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Raw frozen' shrimp, fully peel
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(price iS!cents).'1All the tempting
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Molt hutr. in a, hefiVV-DOUom
pan. Add onion, garlic, shrimp and
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MF.W VrtRV -..1TPA new"studv
of our teenagers shows that, con contrary
trary contrary to general opinion, few of
them, "go steaay. -
Thow. Burpit .that, a cirl's'tvine
herself down w on s boy friend has
more, disadvantages f wan eavan
Thi is 4ne ; the f in&lngi in a
sweeping researcn project, oy vne
Girl Scput of America and the
rpnfpf of the
,W,I,J lu -
V r: I ... t M i .V Tnarlrnr
for Social Kesearcn. v
1 is based on Interviews with
finHfipollv rhnsen samole Of
nearly 2,000 girls; 11 through -18
years, of age- ana in me
through the 2th: grade. : r
Th -finHlnsi rolpaSM tOnlV Ul
a 251-nsee- reoort called ; "Adoles-
' eent Girla," covers : their hopes,
worries, relations f with- parents
end -friends,, dating, and plans for
education,, career- and marriage.
The report, shewed that -only 10
pef cent of the .11 to, I8ear olds
confine; their dating. to one boy.
It said -thatfor an, linear-old to
date at,au was vaiypicai.
Asked' wpatymey ioousni;ijown
.nn. ipK .thti 2tt neflcent were interested in. becoming
cent aDnroved Of the Idea.. Sixty
per centef the girls over 16 dis disapproved
approved disapproved .of-tha practice for such
n..nn, ."nhrnlt knOwlntf Oth
er 1)oys;'V'no training for picking!
iLMkiag Veaotifal the raie
a mta leitner rain jarari n
and lined with ktaek ra.hmer.
1 1 i ti im m
O thiagBy GAILE Dl'GAS, NEA
- With Fried : Rice
salt Cook shrimp over medium
heat for;. s: minutes,; stirring f,ire
. Ramnva tfirimn tn a warm
place, add oil and .- rice;1. Increase
heat ana try ine rice anuui .-.
mlnutes.'Add broth; water salt.
RpHnr heat tn1 a minimum.- cov
lnplv nd rook rice 15 to 18
minutes without stirring, or until!
or in a r f luf f v and tender.; Turn
off heat.. Return shrimp to the
'pan; cover;-: and Jet stana o, min minutes.
utes. minutes. Serve at once.',
' cifmnr Virlitiani' For an Itali
an niii-.h pi-vp'with crated Par-
mti'tkBa Tnr KnuniAh nr La
tin flavor,- add 2 good finches of
saffron dissolved in- 2. tablespoons
of hoi (Water. Mix with" the rice
before adding tho shrimp.
. TflUfil lOW'i DINN E R
Shrimo with fried -s rice,.: .canned
nkmti prtintu.rnllni miner or mar
garine.i mixed green salad, lemon
meringue pe, coffee, tea,-:.mii.
-'irpip tirtrw." AT. "Mav
get too involved sexually,"
v . . ....... .t ti -U.
Most .8rl tart dating at 14, the
study showed.Only 20 per cent of
those under. 1 date 70 per cent
of those in the 14 to 16 age. brack
et tint nnlv- rfatp hilt rpplllarlv
;oten- every weekend. Ninety, per
Tk' fiiv HM not sttpmnf to
determine what; characteristics .in
a boy made mm popular who
.Jrl hut thm irls did havfe some
opinions on wnai maqe mem pop-
I --11. ... A''
uiflr wim ouya. ; r. 7. -,,
UTiey raieo personaiuy w
ahead of physical appearance:;' -,
"The major1 role parents today
km n-i pin n aune is reRu-
latlng the hour at whkh. a girl
must come home." the research
... TMrurtA Thpv rfift i not at
tempt to una xne nauonai, average
for the hour oi curtew -.
Most of the' girls plan to nnisn
college a Jd worr xor a iimeoe
..li.n. work for time be
foro marrying They .want white
VUUa Ji'u. . v
their husbands. Only 2 per cent of
all the girls wanted to Tun their
own' business.-Ana, pniy t per
n.,. or telovision
glamorous movie or television
vrk tmnif Twinuiar DecuDauons
uKrutirv nurse. teacher
and social worker, in that order.
v v. .
f . -:
lat easy bat Hhetpe If yaa're
-k- -7 --
The jacket l accented by 4ia-
bit ta arrrnf sractieaJly ear-.
it ,mmmmm . mmmmmmmmmm"mmmmmmmmmmmmm' .aaaaaaaaaaaa.-
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1 tHUIIil- J ( a 1 ,V .- r-v...r.i rrv-v '!'
: r.'ty x i.- iH n
H' lemptinc to settle. doivn to "comfort" In the. mature years.
. i 'Xut w hen omfort means sloppiness, the results -are downright
- liisrpjir.iglni both to onesejf and one's family. We demonstrate
. Jhere with camera's account of just what happened to one mature
' v oman u had fajlen into bad habits. Poorly-fltted, badly cared
ior-othes, broken shoes, no
Have you evef stood ift line in
a supermarket and taken a good
look arouna you V
Doesn't it seem -too bad that so
many housewives. -women jn the
prime of life have forgotten how
important it is to remain neat and
attracuvee wnai iwq. oi icaauu icaauu-ing
ing icaauu-ing causes some .tS u to feet that
when the thirties, are oeninoi us
jrf homemaking 0ur f o r e m 0 s t
'n th j no ipnger a need
for the effort takes w oe wen-
True," comfortable attire is es essential
sential essential for shopping.. But can't, it
K. .Kr.ptivA tnn' Tt ean onlv D8
that hrlnffa ahnnt 8 IV-' I'M
only going to the store'' attitude.
And this carelessness can lorra a
habit devastating to beauty ; and
crarm. ; i
By MRsi MURIEL LAWRENCE
U-hn .Tnhn ffavc Misl PhelDS his
absence note, she was standing at
absence mwe.,n ,"'lMuinment of anv. crown uo-ner
her desk, talking 19 some v
h tn-finish rearlina it. feeling
little lost to tne ""sroora c u
iittu lost in the classroom he'd
been away from. lor Mur.ws
in knnwinv thtt Mother f
plea of his cole", would ,wln him
welcome back. .. .7
iri.j ohpini ;h -'v'o V vou've
been reaUy .sick. John You would
nr ha. vmir Mommy's spoiled, lt-
tsy-bittsy baby, wouia your
There was a pause during which
ti,- AiAn't nnnpntand what had
been done to him. Then, merciful
1.. .apnpil hell ranff.
''i hate her!" he told bis mother
later. Beginning to cry," bei said,
'I cant go to tcnooi u ansa uij
iftp'r hl mirlhrr bad- auietH
him, she ga,ve him coc9a andrcoo-
Vim t il I1A IlILPja IDC UUP. sue
said ''You know, a mother bear
K. with Km rnh pvprv min
ute any more than I can be with
yeu So she shows mm now 10 nine
it a hunter is after him. She'U
.k kin ivt h ran run to or
hew to lie very still on the ground
nr f ow ta cbmb a tree, bui al
ways the idea is 'Get the hunter's
mind off you.' That's, whsfc yju
have to. do with Miss Whelps..."
"How?? John, asked with, in
terest. . - -'. -1
"By becomint' a' very nukt boy
fai-class." bis mother said. "If for
a while, you take care not to show
nil rmmrt klm Php-tns.- tint to
talk loudly or kid around where
she Is, gradually she a take ner
mind off you. Then, tike the cub.
von can stoo hiding and begin
to have fun again,"
Assured that he. could take this
definite action to protect himself,
John I rut the sense of helDlessness
that had. weighed him down.'
Too oflea, when a child comes
up against a teacher like Miss
Phelps, we onic. Rushing to pro
tect John, we either tattle on Miss
Phelps ta her principal or bcg
her for better appreciation of the
rhiM From npilhpp nf fhpea. inter
fering solutions docs John emerge
wiser or stronger, iveimer civts
make-up and an unkempt hairdo
Caring for a family U a 24-hour
h tn ha' nr hut vnii'rp nH
job, to be sure, but you're part
of the' family, too, Don't neglect
your, appearance. Y o u r children
deserve more than a good home
and warm clothes. You owe them
the right to be proud of their pret
ty 'mother, "'
As.we mature, we'lose some of
rh natural mmgtiira in nnr tkln.
Yet a few minutes spent to clean
and cream the face eacn mgnt De De-fore
fore De-fore we bathe, will Jielp restore
that mnistur. T.pavn the iream on
while you, relax in the tub, and
laier remove ii wun ussue, leav leaving
ing leaving on thin film to work for you
while you sleep. ;
rit-nrp t.rntpnr! tn thicken and
hiils when wa naac tha 30 .mark
Still, it's easy to make certain it
him experience in the protective
important art of self effacement
Yet it is part of the defensive.
Wilityh,ny more than we
pan aluava phancc it intA ln.
ran alwavt rhanff it intn lnv.
Sometimes, the only way to deal
- -"rk"0' "T "'
aT;ti "7shTH .h rVinV ta it that
utowiisuouvu eisa rJ- -'aa w
it Just has to take its mind off us. i
NEW YOBK (NEA) Looking
forward tn anrine. the new collec
tion of San Francisco's Stephanie
Knrpt atari versatile fashions.
clothes that can stay at home or
travel with equal ease.
She'a Hone a whole erotiD of
separates, dressesr coats and suits
that are good travelers because
they unpack wi(hout a wrinkle to
ptague uie giri wno vraveis.
TW ra ITnrpt 4nntr hpr incniratlnn
for separates from an entire group
of colorful early American fash fashions.
ions. fashions. Many of these are in calico
or are -lined in. calico. --They in include
clude include boy shirts, brief a b oris,
blouses, full skirts and gay
"crarjeer barrel" dress. Colors
best-liked are lemon, peel and
We show fieri) her blouse and
pleafed skirt in a silky blend of
nvlnVanrl.apatat Pla-ata ar ma.
ranteed to stay in -for a period of
ITnit apnarafpa friahfi kavA nnl.
ka dots repeated in reverse pat
tern in top ana skiit. item oi tne
skirt is linec with pellon to nrake
it. flare without need for a petti
(left). md her appear far older 'than her years: Neglect of her
Skin (upprc center had produced dry skin and patches;' Reiliis Reiliis-tion
tion Reiliis-tion of wht was, happening -produced these resultsf a trim, slim-1
looking w.owan. (rights in well-fitted clothes: with a skin that
blooms (lower renter 1 It wasn't done over night and it was done
fviiii giivi w-r au vmiu
doesn't happen 'If, we 'eat seflsibly
I vnlrlinff Dpnxrn'ii hplninffK of thi
avnlriinff 0pnprfl'ia hplninffn of the
liiapiniia taserta (. nrenam tfo:
the family. Household chores can
1 1 1 1 1 ml .
aiso do neipiut. in iigure cuniroi
if we use them as exercises. Ana
housework will seem more like fun
if it has a double purpose, v
Takellhe limi tp have'k 'pro 'pro-fessional
fessional 'pro-fessional haircut one that's sin-
' By ALICIA HART
NEA Beauty Editor
Tho fpather hofi. which was all
the rage tn 1939 41, is making a
comeback. But it's a brand new
version of the feather cut.
The old cut was distinguished by
amnnth ernwn and -a halo of
curls about the head. Oh this basic
cut, three recent successes were
developed !. the poodle; cut,tbe
Italian cut ana tne uiysses cui.
Each was a variation of the feath feather
er feather bob. '?7.TT,.'r-'.
Prnhahlv th reanon Yor the re-
lumrut is w ml tt ivavuvi vm
turnof the new feather cut is mat
it's both practical and- pretty,
adliioni fack JUilh
worvH fining. ... ..
pie and easy to care for yourself
i-ithe tasks that plunge your hands
n I intn i hnt anantr uiitAr
If you rush out tp shop, hoping
you won't, meet enyone you know
becausa von ionic, a maa it's a
sign .that 'you're getting careless.
v nuu i uac ciiuuk" iiuiv jiy-
piying it 10 warrant tne tired,
hanff.Hnff 1onk"vnn'll fflpi th unrM
with. A little lipstick can. be put
on in a minute, and one.' beauty
house makes pressed powder in a
J I! l-.--1, ... ... i
aeugnnuiiy preuy mirrorea cue.
This powder gives your face : a
f mpptH, creamy look in a Jiffy.
Many "of the world's : loveliest
women are in their midqle years.
Maturitv' hrinea with it a ffrariniis
beauty unattainable to the young.
So take advantage of this wonder wonderful
ful wonderful time of life- Make it work for
vnn anrl not :aainitt vnit Vmi'll
feel and look happier, and your
lamuy wui oe proua to sjiow you
off to their friends,
Long hair is not practical for the
average American woman and
neither is an elaborate hairdo.
Tnrlav'a fpalhpr enf. i nhnrtpr
than the original and its curls are
laa hnllrv Th. hpfivv Inntr ta 0nnA
and the general (effect is lighter
smarter and smoother. The pew
cut takes lust a few strokes 1 0
comb and brush' to fill into placi
mA Innlr wall AnH that'a th kinl
ai ku awst. pvui
of bau-do American women favor.
- laai m mm ai iiiii ai nmmi .. y-aw:v.liiiiai
. i iv
s J I : Isu,
1 1 I lb
. 4 f
1 II ll I -I" '
Stencil ; oCoaic Guarantees i
-If one is really toe bared, let
a handsome movie star with
diately feel superior'
By ROSEttE- HARGROVE
! f NEA.$taff Cerrespandent ;-
hanoily with your husband for the
20,000 days and nights wnicn
should be the me spanoi, w
. -a. I A 1.. v : 1:
mat jnirriager -. L
Never ask him for money when
. ... j mnrut njftver asa
him for it when he' bad-temper-
ea, eimer, . .1
That s only one ot tne i
ma-nrimenta for the perfect wife
set fortb in a sprightly handbook
on marriage just, published by
L I .MMHI .Vtho IF.
jean uucne, wnu
complishments is a columnist for
the. nooular French Women 1 mag
azine, -Jbue.N -l
fpr husbands, he has 20 com commandments.
mandments. commandments. Number one: .
Never try to iigure uiui
..-mw ane TUS reat of
Duche's somewhat cynical com-
1 4. a KieVtani1 1
j j.a V.AO u.tV 1 the name DO"
AUUi COO) HVi TT.
litones, as you do others :
Never comraaici, uw r r-aenca
aenca r-aenca of the children, f r 1 e n d s,
domestics; I.e., always agree wiui
her.: But you Jieed not act in con consequence.
sequence. consequence. Bring ner nowers uu tc"v tc"v-on
on tc"v-on her birthday and other anni
versaries. More important 1 U 1 1.
Bring them for no reason at all.
She will be auick to understand
that this kind of madness is proor
of true love. ,
v i ..... ....nt tn anenn
Ven U yuu wain...- -r
quiet evening at home ana reaa
book, never refuse to go otit just
like a coupie ui wi-
When she asks wna you ."
of her new Pny.orw. -""
say you prefer the nine mue um
11 u. :.,m h. furious but delight-
ed 'to think: that;' you notice her
clothes., If you pick.ber UP
.tl.ii narfv and she is wearing
I, ,iiiiiiniia hat. wait until you
t knm tn tell ner wu j
think of it
una 01 A .., .Bim
Sleep unaer iww kuv'
an eiderdown -and perspire- aU
lor toy 9. , .-
Mane ner ii -'
. k. na e hmate with cy
Make ner xeei secmc
. ":. -...inn FnnHl her. but
Clones ui umjiuoi 1 ---beat
her. too. Most important
thing is te choosa the right mo-
mem, :. .- -.:' .
. Never mention the amount of
nna ik. cnpnHi it she is bad-
tempered. Nor when she in a
T a. .... P
good, aumpr, wnenr,
aiataiaf I AAlsf AT ArKt WAf1l4n
1., il. -a-.i- ...Kan vf.it ir With
ber At parties. speak to men only
pal situation. ',. w
Make her ieatous (easylu But
not with homely women,, of whom
she. Is not jeaious.. r jnr a j
flirting only with attractive -women
which will confirm S'Our good
Wt: :.' :-' 'a.; .L'i ,.' w'
Insist always tnai o
i .11 NHiim an Hill
most oeauuiui w "" ---.!.
norauaiie her that you re.ad-
w A. a
mnraDie. Ang aiannwsw-wi'r-
him fa eaj talklnff and think of ;
a dreamy smile.. He will Imme-y
pear ; helpless" se she 'can exerctseS exerctseS-her
her exerctseS-her womanly protection,
Be mindful of her kaik T
Nr.v' You look wonderful'! when 2
a 'i;y 1U, t- ji. a
Never make a scene. Once jU.V JE JE-while,
while, JE-while, put on the jealousy act.. Aad a a-always
always a-always show complete trust in hen
keep her trust in ypu. For a tnmr-'
ZF'i,! -J?..- crific W
to m wne. in any case, nae-
Uoher in ridiculous
LLhfr H'omeI, frienis- t
- Apart from th .k.... .. Hint
one', worries TM"5faeF
Look at her '')
Shower ,inll attentioni on fcT
wi?,"! ptaki?sf. ill your i
- waura. -v.
lust fSfHS"? you the -4ilaCif
just say; "j j0VB you ,""
good lino ,hl.k 'ii. .ms. '-' t
ny situUon.71 ne'P "t;
If 'Dma In ...is...t '-. j
him go en talkina- .SS
dream v mii. u-'l. h a
'XW superior l-U,mm,dit
(not when h. ). !"L?,le .foubJe
Paper) -I to m.iT i?g tne new new-tective
tective new-tective The rpm.Jhlra '"I pro- T
kep th,e Ttom!n0jer Vih '
till, forget the :
nd ii,t;2 to his P worri"
him, natural ylt,lt"
for forgivn'e?? ta the,, no
it k tl. L i "" win DenCal
fitMy. bel, Pt Vh hit toes?
t Tcr maae a scenes nothing
OOres a man an J lii .
how him you are ifeajous! othe
wise, he would be,,ppointed. n
His ideal nf marriiul II. 1 a '.
" a. aa IUC J fA
great love, in .ainnpra Tk. .;.
to do is to io, hi, .upper, wntJ
pring comesaround. - jjj
mBe eoncera'ed about his' healthVv
Repeat "You overtire yaurseli.5
But also arid that he i tireless. J
Never ait tar m,.tiw Va 1
lis bad-tempered Alors. when? 5 al
Clothts, make-un and frivniitiel
Icontributa to the emlwilliahm lb
Ithe lome. A woman buvi a dreat 3
to. lease her huibsnd Hp i. nlT?
ally sublimely unawara nf thia ar
lit a wife should nnl j-ppnil m
far sacrifice. She must resign v
heme If tn ,u hpr j.-t.. i
: Never COntradirt him in f.A.1 a 2.
I - at win ...
children, domesfics. relatives and Jl
friends, nor when alnn in ahrt
always agree, with him but go 09 Z
Hone's m ) ...
The married couple" is a reiiBioi.
It mutt b savH at a
. . f
U costs. L -I
: -- jj
?eoc sfory on po;e 7
.. I-:.-..:-. if V'T Sr:r'.--.'J;-.'.-'(! 1 .H,,.'., r:V i.'V... -i ',-V.V -n ; : A
i- THE STORY: Jim !Final, free on conditional
'pardon from prison, returns to investigate activi activities
ties activities of a man named Strunk, who is riding rough
shod over the town. Final finds little welcome in
his home town.
...Wl "tViPlr prin on the saddle the cus
."-J tomer-said. "Take a good look,
J KELLY KRAMER, after two
nd a hali years of competing wun
: Stegneitf had the look of a hound
wun us ibu u ""'
, Tonight was a Friday in the ear-
lv half of the month and he hadn.l
Bomeone offered four bits, bard
.cash, for his equity, they would
- probably have bought themselves
" a business on the spot.. Kramer
.hadn't sold a tqn.of hay in ix
months and was so close to being
strapped he'd gone to eating his
ronkine. usina a kerosene
.burner in the back of his office.
Gone to sleeping there, too.
- H6 was in mood to have wel welcomed
comed welcomed the; devil when a done-in
roan fetched a rider out of the
,night.v A stranger, by art, and
. ihowina iDlentv of travel Get
-downiV.rnn,,,,he said, moving up
to taka the reins., v : ,;
me, have they? Anyone in partic particular?"
"Do I look like the kind that
would be in Strunk's favor?" Kel Kelly
ly Kelly snorted. "I kin tell you this
much: If you come back to find a
hole to crawl inter, watch out the
hole don t git to you first." v m
. Final frowned. He hadn't con
sidered the possibility tbit Strunk
might be expecting him. He rea realized
lized realized now he should have.
Tfa Strange Case Of John; Bodkin Adams
And The Wealthy: Widdm: Of Eastbourne
?Fbr The Doctors
' By TOM A.' CfcLlEN
NEA Staff Correspondent
i EASTBOURNE,' England, (NEA) The rich, the tlderly'and th retired dozed over their afternoon tea
in the potted palm lounge of the Grand Hotel when the three-piece, ensemble tactlessly swung into "The Merry,
Widow Waltz' , '- s -' l'i :
vf 1 There was a clatter of "fine bone teacups being ra'ped down, sharply online bone saucers. Thr was a'
.- rush for the door. . V .' ,ks. ,' ."f ,t v.
J Without taking blue hands from
.heir grip o
torn err said,'
v Rfipn out! in the weather too
Inns. Kramer decided. He produc
ed a grur,. but no answering smile
cracked the stranger's, face as
Kfillv reached for the horse. The
man showed no sign of being a
bout to eet down. He was a levi
legged 'jasper in a faded brush
jacket that nung loose across nis
front.: uis eyes looKea as nara as
well chain. The stableman oe-
gan to feel uneomtonaoie ana
shifted hisweight; then, startieo,
.it got through to him who this
was. He said, chuckling nervously,
f'Gotcha now. You're from Yuma
,wJim FinaL Kelly Kramer," he
added, and reached up a hand.
( i.,. ..... .,,
' The stranger stared a" long mo moment
ment moment before gripping the proffered
fist. Then he stepped off the horse.
"Go on in," Kramer said. 'You'll
ind coffee in the pot and there's
a cup around there some place."
Final was on bis second when
the stableman came in from car caring
ing caring for the roan. "Back for some
hair off the dog that bltcha?"
: "How'd you get next to me?"
"The Yuma brand on that horse.
Tut two an two together.. They
been watchin lor a week."
''Final's stare ripped into him
lake a jolt from high tension.
don't remember your face."
''Since your time," K r a mi e r
edded. "I'm the fool that tried
buy into this town -'bout' as
popular as -you be." He started
rummaging his shelves. "Why'd
jrau come back if you ain't lookin'
"'Final, hugging the heat, growl growled,
ed, growled, "So they've been looking for
ODAY! J 5 .40,
1:M, 3:25, 5:20, 7:10, 9:00 p.m
A motion picture which tells
- the tacts or uref
- xlAMES CACy 4 4-I
I 4-I WyTiTplDGEON
BETTY tOU 'KM DON DUBBINS
EOWAKO ANOEEWS v
KRAMER cut his fr v o a n of
beans on the stove. He cot biscuits
from a cupboard, dug up a knife
and fork. "How long since you've
Final, shrugged. Strunk. know
ing, put a amerent complexion on
this deal. Jim had hoped to look
around and get the country shaped
in his mind again, discover the
changes Strunk had wrought and
find out what he'd be up against
before baring his teeth. He could
see there might not be time for
this now. The man had made it
plain he didn't aim to have Jim
for a neighbor. Final said, "I bet better
ter better shove on."
"You ain't hurtin' my rep none.
No use lettin' these fnjoles go to
waste." Kramer eyed Final across
a bent shoulder "Considerln' all
the yap you've stirred up, I had
you figured as a pretty rough
character." He said after a mo moment,
ment, moment, "You forgettin' Squattin
"That's water under tbt
" "Under your bridee. mavbe.
Not under Strunk's. Wait'll you
see what's going' on around here
--stages stuck up, army payrolls
bein lifted, Injins layin' around
drunk in the gutters." i
What's the matter with Ben-
Kramer pat. "That man don't
scarcely dast breathe without he
looks around first to see if it's 0-
kay with Stfunk."
"How- are the breechclouts tak
"Son,; them Injins ain't dancin'
fer exercise! I mean they're pro
per boihn'!" He thumped the pan
against the top of th stove. "If
they ever do come outa them
rocks these heroes at Grant is gon
na know they been soldierin'."
RECKON it won't come to
that," Final said.
"I ain't takin' no bets on it
Why 'n't you ride out an' palaver
"Who's in charge now at
"Berkley" Kelly spat. "Stand
10 Injins in a line, he couldn't tell
one from another."
Final remembered 1 the officer,
a stiff-necked old major who'd
been shunted west from Washing
ton for opening his mouth when he
should nave been bstemng. He
knew every rule in the book and
nothing at all from firsthand ex
He dropped onte a nail kec and
holding on his knes the tin plate
Kelly handed him, began putting
away the beans. He ate with
hungry man'i economy of motion
but had not taken five mouthfuls
when boots scraped sound from
the plankg outside.
5' 7' vi 'v
SOMEONE pounded the door
with a testy impatience. Kramer
pulled it open and a leather-
cheeked man shoved him out of
the way, moving in with drawn
pistol, three other men on hit
heels. "Your name Final?"
Jim would have known the fel
low was a lawman even without
seeing the badge. Nodding, he
went on with bis eating.
The brawny star packer knock
ed Final's plate off his lap tnd
jerked him erect with a fistful of
brush jacket., "When I talk- te a
man I aim to have his full atten
tion! What are you doin' with that
eun on your hin?
No one had to tell Final this fel fellow
low fellow came from Strunk. He saw
Kelly shake his bead behind the
big marshal's shoulder. "Always
been my custom"
The marshal slammed' Final a a-ctoss
ctoss a-ctoss the face with his pistol, the
ungiving impact spinning Jim
tideways. Trying to catch bis bal
ance, half blinded and bloody, the
backs of his legs hit the nail keg.
To marshal kicked Final's gun
oosA He said, standing ever him
'YouTj pack no iron in this
town! 'He backed off a little then.
lefthandedly motioning Kramer
forward. "Pick up that six-
The itabltnin. bending.
warned Fnaal with frightened
eyes.The former rancher was a
sight knd Kelly was afraid in this
condition he Tiieht get himself
killed. Kramer A new. this uarshaL
a bootlicking Bully that, before
' Box Score on Dr,.AddmsV
MURDER: Dr., Adams Is charged, with only, one murder, t
that of 81-year-old Widow Edith Morrell; who died in Nov
vember, 1950, and was cremated on Dr, Adams' order. This
is Britain's celebrated "Murder without a body." i
Bodies Due Up: The bodies
1 of two. other wealthy women,
patients! of Dr. Adams, have
been du(r up In Eastbourne,
cemeteries by Scotland Yard,-,
in an effort to determine the-
cause of their deaths.
Deaths Under Probe: A
total of seventeen deaths oc:,
curring in Eastbourne in re--a
cent years, nine of the de de-ceased
ceased de-ceased belnff wealthy widows,'
is being investigated by Scot Scot-land
land Scot-land Yard. All seventeen of
'the deceased named, Dr.' A A-dams
dams A-dams as a beneficiary in their
wlUs, the doctor inheriting
more than $00,000 by their
DOCTOR'S GATE EI as tie
Wills Changed: Twelve of stockings, little while pills. -the
deaths under probe' oc-
curred within a year of the y of the, 1902 Crematory Ac
patients changlnp their will
in Dr. Adams' favor. Two
wealthy widows' died within
10 days of making new wills.
Cremations:" Dr. Adams is
also acoused of procuring the
cremation of four of his de
ceased patients by falsely reo-
would be eight .years.
.i Scotland Yard: In its blgW
gest Investigation of the cen century
tury century Scotland Yard ha5 comb combed
ed combed through the wills of over 1
300 wealthy persons who have 1
died in Eastbourne jn v the
past 10 years. It has also in'r
terviewed 1 hundreds of ne-
resentlna; that he had no fl-; sons who have information a''
nancial interest y in their- bout the deaths under probe;
deaths.- Maximum sentence is prepared to call 67 wljnessw
sentence for these violations es at Dr. Adams' trial:
TEastbousne doesn't want- to hear anything more sensational in the
anv- more about widows., merry; or way ; of crime than the theft of
otherwise. N the mayor's badge of office. (A
Widows have turned this earth-, reward of $223 is suU posted .out
side the local police station for
the recovery of the mayor's
.Now Eastbourne is all agog with
murder; and rumors of more
ly paradise of the aged into a ver
sion of Hades. .v .
Widows fiaVe focussed the harsh
SDotlicht of notoriety on this, the
Most itesDeetable Kesort on fcarthj muraer.
Widows have also provided Bnt- Certainly no writer could have
am with1 it-juiciest- murder case dreamed up a more unlikely kill
in vears. v -. ler than short., bald, bespectacled
, J "." r 1 , I Dr. Adams, with his celluloid col-
Eastbourne's most prominent lars,-? who has- been the town's
physician and a leading church, leading physician for 33 years
worker. t)r. John Bnrikirf Adsrail '
is s accused of murderinff one And not only physician. Dr. A-
wealthv-widow. The deaths of u dams,: a 57-year-oid, : Ulsterborn
other women patients,; most of
them widows, ar being investi
gated by Scotland Yard.,
Conan Doyle or Agatha Christie
could -not have invented a more
perfect setting for murder-, than
Eastbourne (pop. 57,000), on the
south coast 84 miles from London.
Eastbourne is the kind 'of town
that, hangs pots of pink gerani geraniums
ums geraniums m its railway station, where
shop-keepers on the busiest street
put out enamel bowls of water for
It lodks down its' 'aristocratic
nose "at noisy Brighton;- where -the
London-.cockneyst comes to ? eat
whelks and winkles and jellied eel,
and to nuy vulgar, postcards.
There afa nb jellied eels Sold
here. Eastbourne's motto' b'Mel b'Mel-iora
iora b'Mel-iora Sequimur, "We Strive ftf e r
Nor until last July was there
, : .Vi,..!
Dacheior, was president ot the
JKastDourne, Y.k.C.A. 'He taught
Sunday scnool. And he was! tne
Chief Constable's personal physi
CEITUTED COPT OF AN CNTST OF DEATH
' Omm at n CENERAL REGISTER OFFICE,"
yir a SOMERSET HOUSE, LONDON.
, lrw DEATH tn the Sub-districi of i..u.r
Ml Ik UM
in th iwwft
1 '' r
I. tl MM.
lis .. ;,
WIDOW MORR ELL'S MANSION: A death certificate signed by Dr. Adams but no body.
"The smiling doctor," the
wealthy widows called him. $ And,
indeed, Dr. Adams' face appears
to De frozen into a perpetual grin
which,, if examined closely, ; ap
pears something less than jolly
, nr. Adams n accused of mur
dering Sl-y ear-old widow, Edith
Morrell, i Police say that, he poi
soned her by prescribing an over overdose
dose overdose of drugs.
But what would Agatha Christie
ians -say to a-murder wuitout
body? This" is the sad state of
affairs in Eastbourne. The police
accuse Dr; Adams of murder but
Mrs. Morrelt was cremated oh Dr,
Adams' orders, her ashes scatter
ed in the English Channel.'
Bodies there are a-plenty., Po
lice have been digging tnem up in
Eastbourne cemeteries" the bo
dies of two other elderly whomen.
also Dr. Adams' patients, in order
to determine the cause of their
deaths. And this is only the be
Foortttn more deaths, all Dr.
Adams' patients, are being- inves
tigated by Scotland Yard with
murder in mind, f Seventeen pos
sible murders: No, wonder East
bourne is Jittery. No wonder "The
Merry Widow Walti' is banned.
For the widows of Eastbourne
are an open invitation ta the con
fidence man, the trickster, the un
scrupulous in any guise, the wi
dows-are not only rich, but they
are elderly and friendless. Every
lourtn person in astbourne is 0-
ver 65, as compared to the na
tional average of one in nine.
The sudden death -of an eledrly
Every fourth person in, East Eastbourne
bourne Eastbourne is over 65, as compared -to
the- national average of onekjn
nine. : i '..;. f ;'-'ti'-
-The sudden death of an elderly
widow occasions no! surprise here.
And they are lonely.. Many of
Eastbourne's widows have out
lived their 'families,- or are un
wanted by their married children
They come here with their mem-
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1 cf y
Manwac mirawii? 1. m
nn r lAtlt snniriv '..
artist Th. n.J7. Ia' sPtcned.by an NEA staff
artist. The perpetual rin appear, aomething less than Jolly,
KuoiSTisr"1 to smilfn8 doc
Dourne's sun.. (Eastbourne enjoyed
1,859,8 hours of sunshine last year).
One ; sees thtm hobbling alnnir
the seaf,ront ,with canes, muffled
to the ears by great woo 1 e n
Or sitting in the ca v e r n n 11
lounges of Eastbourne's once-
swsnk, but now seedy hotels, all
dressed up to go where? Thpr
I 1 ... I..,
me viiauuer ana Tine open sea
li. r Jit. .,' j"
uie. vnaniiei 1 ana in ODen '-antt
i-astborne is the end of the. line.
, Few would mourn the oassinf
of these wealthy widows. There
would be no relatives or friends
to 'register complaints or to ask
embarrassing questions about the
manner of their deaths.' '7"'
Among this clientele Dr. Adams
practiced for over 30 vears. dis
pensing elastic stockmgs and elas
tic Knee supports and.Uttle white
uu-Diione plus. v
ine very, waalthv Tivev In' hn
Meads area, near the boo foot
cnaiK cutis of, Beachy Head, -in
homes, t,h a t have names like
powns Croft. Mob Abrl, Merlsr
wood, reregrin and. Rosebarn.
THE SEASIDE AT EASTBOURNE ; The traTel poster calls It "The Son Trap of the South." Somebody changed : "snB" U "death."
man on the floor. ;
keep goin". I- wont
'Git out an'
tell' yott a-
Strunk'i present. power in the
community, had swamped and run
errands Wt the gambler's Hall of
Mirrors. VTbe stawemaa hadn't
known the fellow in those days but
had found plenty of epportumty U
become acquainted Xh him since
and was thoroughly aware of the
need that dnpve him.
Straiehteniae, Kramer. haaded
over Final a toislol. The- marshal
thrust il inteVia belt. -til give
you some advice,- be toid the
FINAL pushed himself up and
cot dizzily onto his feel. Mis
mind told him to let well enough
alone, but this treatment on top
of everything else was more than
he could stomach. He hunted the
badge packer through the fog
pain put around him.
"He's gone, if it's Dawks you're
loekin' for," Kramer said, guid-
ins Jim over to the edge ot ue
bunk. "You better set
"What's his name?" r
"Dawks. Seeb Dawks." Kramer
looked distressed whea he saw the
black fury that was in Final's
sure. "Don't tangle wita 1111
guy! He's a sure -enough killer.,
"How o ne get De marsnair marsnair-"Like
"Like marsnair-"Like every one elso cot their
job around here. Struck give it te
"What about the town council?"
"Some more of Strunk's cron cronies."
ies." cronies." Kramer picked up the bent
plate asd. scooping up some of
Jim's supper, sennched f r e e a
eyes at Final worriedly, "Look
1'U Kit you a horse v
"1 could ase a aixht better aome-lreachH it without untoward inci-
Kramer set down the plate and
pawed at his whiskers. "Ought to
have the doc..." He quit talking,
swallowing visibly, and 'tramped
over to his-desk. The stuff in the
bottle he came back with consi
derably .resembled indelible ink.
He poured some on a cotton swab
and daubed the gash. "Anyway,"
Kramer said, "that'll keep the
flies down. You're lucky to be a
"Got a gua you 'can loan me?"
"Gob!" The stableman reared
back lik a snake had struck at
him. "You doa't want no gun! You
get on a none an
Final said gruffly-,, 'Tm bead
ing for Skillet."
"You'll get no help from. Ben-
tain. ..- .
"With roundup eomlng on
file wont be boldta' no round
up. Kramer stared at bint tes tes-tUy.r
tUy.r tes-tUy.r "I guess you ain't half as
bright a a I thought you was.
"AU right." Final grumbled,
and picked up Bis hat "Get me
the horse. And get ase a pistoL"
WALKING WOLF was a stresm
two hours north and Jim Final
thiol to put on my face."
remembrance was reliable, this
water crossed Fish Creek "before
running into the quivering blue of
canyon Lake. Beataln a home
place -which Jim was bound for
in spite of Kramer was about
six miles -northwest of that, cross crossing
ing crossing and roughly as the crow flies
about 10 miles southwest of. A
pache Lake.;-;. ..
unce una country nad been as
clear in his mind as the confor
mation of his favorite horse but
tune, he found, had tricked hire
and he d come out west of the
ford where the slants were too
steep to get dowB .to water. He
was forced to swing east. Twenty
minutes later be found what he
was buntutg. ; v '..
Now he was on the reservation
Sooner or later he d have to
look up Taunee and try to get the
straight 01 what was loins on
here, but Bentain came ahead of
4enu Twelve aie est, 4X. hia 7JI pm.
M ON OAT. JANUARY 21
7;J a.m. t:l
that. Cramer's contempt for
man more or less backed up the
impressions he bad gathered from
Quail's persistent letters. St r u a k
had put the buffalo sign on Ben
tain. It was the measure of
Strunk's strength and the gains he
Bad consolidated that Joe Bob. in
stead of using his position and re resources
sources resources to help Bentain openly,
was forced to depend on a man
be d gotten out of prison.
- (TO B I CONTINUED'
' lt' Jixcrisinr N lxxh if xit
- Here, in a mansion- nrrnuruiu4
by a, spiked wall; lives the mys mysterious
terious mysterious Sir v John Ellermen. shin.
ping .magnate, and reputedly Brit-
wMiuuesi man. tit. John has
been photographed only -once m
the past .20 years. SDends hi.
time dissecting rats the, has al already
ready already published three volumes of
a definitive, study of rodents). -'
Men -like this shun publicity like
poison.,' Poison? The uplv
will out. For here, in one of the
niosv seciuaed mansions, lived
Widow-Edith Morrell, whom Dr
Adams is accused of murdering.
Yf. -Adams was well-known
in 4he Meads area. : The butlers
Dr. Adams was- also well-known
to -the boarding .houses (East (East-bourne4
bourne4 (East-bourne4 prefers ("guests homes")
where elderly s p 1 n t e r a spend
their last days on nest-egg left
by-a dear and departed papa.J
He was a constant visitor of the
Miller sisters "Hilda and Clara,
Spinsters in their eighties, living
in one of these red brick Victorian
Gothic monstrosities, "thafara all
gables, turrets. cudoTss anrf
er-breaoMnm. 1 VW
; The'inseparable sisters,' t lTa
Misses MUler were called; they -went"
everywhere hand in hand.
W summertime they would iake 1
a axi oown to the turquoiscdo
ed, bandstand on tha4fro,ntv to Ustdl K
to a regimantal band nlav .irlr'
from Gilbert and SuUivan.
Then Hilda dwd suddenly, leavi
ing aOer .mone3f-to,-CJar.- Clara i-..f
followed her sister in death. .1 13 v
months Uatery. leaving $15,000 to 1 v
Dr.Adams..v;;,c-v,"Wi. -, vU to1-'
-Eastbourne is no longer quiet, :-'
This, sedate town has awakened 3
with first i class murder and-or
murders on its 'hands;; Through -the
hotel lobbies a, the Grand
Parade, through the front .parlors -of
the Vguest homes,'' "the draw
ing rooms of the Meads mansion
runs an electric thrill of excite-
ment.,, a;v vt'v,--:.'. .,
: Widowstnow hrf longer wait' t"S V-1-die,
but to read about death in the .T.l
latest editions of the London news .:
papers.''':'.,",, v.ji .-st
" ;Bcutifu!,-' Healthy 3 Eastbourne
the Sun Trap of the S 0 u t h
reads the travel poster on the sea-'
front. Some rude person has with
pencd inserted "Un". bfore the
word t "Healthy," crossed 'out
" -Eastbourne, the Death 'ivVn V
the South? Britain i .aifinn : v
V mi fcJl. LU
nnur th v v.
Flying Things Have ChangefJ;
R'meinber The pi' Circus Day
By H. D. QUICO 1
''-' ' ,-- - 'v
MIAMI (UP) Time certainly
flies and in the field of aero aeronautics
nautics aeronautics it just gets up and skedad
dles. Remember Dick Merrill.
He's the man who flew the
Atlantic .round-trip with his wings
stuffed with ping-pong balls. Also
nis tan stabilizer. The idea was
that they would keep him afloat
if he had to plunk Into, the. ocean.
Mrrill, who is senior check
pilot for eastern Air Lines, ex
pects in less than three years to
be shoving jet transports through
the high, thin air at 550 to 600
miles an hour.
The remarkable thing is that
this same man remembers the
days of the early 1920s when he
would be flying along in one of
the deluxe crates of the time and
on a plane carrying
ti- k .- r-v"'"
c us iuggea more than 30,000
hours m the air, and be Cgurea
that .before the logging started he
probably-had 2,500 hours barn barn-storming
storming barn-storming and mail carrying.
Merrill began, flying in 1921 la
an old Curtis Jenny. He and anoth another
er another young fellow started a flying'
circus and as he says, "the
things we did, people today would
think it waa Buck Rogers."
Look Wo Parachute
To get the crowds out on Sun-
days they had one performer who'
went from plane to ground wlthout wlthout-benefit
benefit wlthout-benefit of parachute.
' "This boy Merrill reeaned,
would crawl down to the landing
gear. We'd slow the plane down down-get
get down-get over a grass field, into the
wind. He had a rot
ure uciuac ciaici vi uie units uf-;-u -a. i, F ---wa
look down to find himself actually V- ,on he'd tie te
Who says things haven't im
In those old days, be said.
"lots of times I'd get over objects
ob the ground and if there was
a big wind bark up. In thow
days the cruising apeed was abou
60 milea an hour.
To navigate, we'd follow' the
railroads and highways. Wany
' J i you've sowed tor rory doy hos
He d swing like a pendulum -and
let go at the end of a swing swing-drop
drop swing-drop seven or eight feet, roll over
a couple of times, and jump up
on his feet Of course, those Jenny -planes
landed at 40 or 45 milea
an hour, and he maybe got off at
slower than that." A t
There waa no charge forlU,
nor for the aerobatics and wing-
times we'd see the train and ears'klns and parachuting. The
run off and leave us. u we were ,"" w,s get a crowd out and
bucking headwinds. This was true -thea after the show take
even as lata as 1928, when I was pa'fengers-.at $!d a person.
flTing the mail." I But it was eot big business. 1 r
Merrill, a spry guy of 62, was plane's opacity wis one passea-
interviewed ea route here fro sa S er per C-ihL .