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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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INTKRN ATIONAL ARWAY

"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe"

32nd TEAR

MANAMA, R. P., SUNDAY, JANUARY 2T, 195T

TEN CENTJ

Fdvor

Constant Soviet ; Threat ;
Hduse? Committed

Reports

On Ike's Doctrine

' WASHINGTON, Jan: 26 (UP)' The' House Foreign

i Affaire Committee reported today that a heavy concentra

tion of military forces along the southern, borders of the
Soviet Union poses a constant threat'! to the Nations of the

Middle East.- 1
s-':&Vn committee, In a report supporting President Ei'sen

bower's Middle x East; doctrine, also s&id the nearness of

. Middle East nations to the Soviet Union makes possible
"the easy introduction of agents." ,,,!;..

. The committee earlier 1 this

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11

week1 voted 24 to 2 to approve a
; resolution authorizing the Pres President
ident President to use U.S. troops If nec
essary to combat open comrou comrou-nlst
nlst comrou-nlst aggression In the area The
legislation also would authorize
the president to use $200 mil million
lion million as a start on a big new
economic aid program. :
Senate Democrats meantime
rejected as "wrong" Republican
charsrea that their critical oues-

tion of Secretary of State John

dence of Imminent overt armed
aggression by any nation con-:

trouea bv international commu

nism in the general area of the

Miaaie East."

Although the committee said

it recognized 'that "the greatest
danger of Soviet aggTesslon"T.es
from Infiltration and subver

sion. the resolution omits anv

specific ; action that" might be

taken to prevent It.

"The committee is convlnoed,"

tne report said, "that, most na

Foster Dulles was an attempt to tions of the Middle East would

destroy him "personally and

politically."-
The House committee said

Russia "is ,cpmmltted to aggrea aggrea-stve
stve aggrea-stve polipies that seek to cap capitalize
italize capitalize unon local weaknesses."
"Playinr. Into Its bands are
local tensions and attitudes,"
it said. "Not the least of these
is the conflict between the A A-rab
rab A-rab states and Israel."

: While Russia's poses : 4. "con
s'tant threat" In the Middle East;
the committee said,, "adminis "administration
tration "administration -witnesses gave- no evi-

Waldorf Sets Aside

.'Presidential Suite,

For ml $ Kciinue

-1 i f it'
' NEW YORK,' Van 26 "(U)-
King Saufl arrives Tuesday for a
two-week visit in the United

States,,, , w(
Tht. Waldorf-Astoria has;' set
aside the eight-room presidential
suite, 12 smaller suites,-10 douhle
rooms and 20 singles for the over overnight
night overnight stay of the king and his par party
ty party Of 65. il-f.f
It may not overly Jmpress Saud,,
however, sine' he has M. separate
, palaces back in his sandy Arab
. kingdom. '...
- The Carfey Cadillac- Co. ; will
have' 28 rented limousines (at $6

per hour) at the pier when tne
SS Constitution docks after the
voyage from Naples.. VVir .,..:
That, too,' may go virtually un un-noticed.
noticed. un-noticed. Saud give a Cadillac to
each of his sons (now estimated

to number 25) 1 when tne.- Doy
reaches the age of 12.
Saud, however, may. make quite
an impression on New York and
elsewhere in the country. :
. In his party aft six bodyguards,
armed both wUh gold daggers and
machine pistols. Also two FBI
' agents and a barber.
Saud left behind his four wives

and several dozen other women in

regard a formal commitment to
oppose subversion as -an assumption-
by the United States of a
right to interfere In their ln-

ternarairairs. '
'"Subvcsion has to be fought
from with'n. The United states
can contribute best to th pre prevention
vention prevention of subversion bi making
it nossibl for sovereign nations
to f lehlr their own, battles effec effectively,
tively, effectively, than by intervention." ;
Rep-.';.A'vin M.v- Pentley. (R (R-Mich.)
Mich.) (R-Mich.) said in a. supplemental
statement, that the resolution
did not go far enough on this
sphtect .'"!, 1
-Hsald that ..' the resolution
should soeciflcally authorizn the
President to use troops when

needed 3o combat subversion as

we" s ooen ae?ression. ;

Dulles Puts Foot-, In Mouth Once Anain: SWall Services

This Time It's Remark On GIs In MidEast Monday At Kobbe;

Z Arlington Burial

T V. '', o' "'''"V

LONDON, Jan. 26 (UP) r-John pathetically said In Its "editorial

rosier uuues' remarxs teat an

American soldier would feel safer

in the Middle East without Brit

ish or i French bt his side drew-

indlgnant banerlines in British

news papers luuay.

"It's safer without Britain,"
Lord Bevrbrook' Daily Ex Express
press Express headlined the .story across
page on.
X' "Mr. (Go It Alone) Dulles' In-

suited Britain again yesterday,"

said the yany bktecn.
The influential Manchester
Guardian said that Dulles "has
absented -him self from felicity

once more. 'Dulles is roaming a

gain among the prickly pears ot

the English language.:' -
Who said that?" was the head headline
line headline in the Liberal News Chronicle.
The tub-htadlino in this new
paper "and many othr$-wro
Dullat 6wn words: "If I were an
American boy going to fight. In
the Middle East I'd rather not
have Brltiahor or' Frenchman
on' my right and left."
The Manchester Guardian sym-

that Dulles did not' mean what he

said..
' "He says that if he were an"A an"A-mertcan
mertcan an"A-mertcan boy going ts fight in the
Middle East redoubtable nic

ture he would feel a Jot safer not

to have a Britisher and a French Frenchman
man Frenchman one on my right hand and

one on my left.';. There are times

wnen one knows what Mr. Dulles
means and this is one of them.

All the same, be might have put

u anoiner way.
"The odd thing about 'Mr.
Dulles slips la that the aaddett
of them ar often the best in in-tontioned.
tontioned. in-tontioned.

Son Sues Physician

For Money Mother
Besiovcd For Love

WEST PALM B E A C H, Fla.

cttpA ann.souaht more than a

million dollars damages today for
valuables .he e 1 a m e d Ws. late

The -committee renort caa4A4mother wSs induced ,to bestow on

a.riesort physician by his aiiegeq

pretended wye ior ner,

the resolution does. not dimin

ish or enlarge the4eonst!tn-
tional power or authority of
the President as commander
in chief nor does it delegate
or d'mlnish congressional au authority
thority authority to declare war.
"The committee." it said "does

not In any wav seek to inter

pret the -constitution of the

United states with : regard ito
the power of the executive and
legislative branches of xur, gov government..
ernment.. government.. :, :, ,; i '..

We emphasize that the reso

lution U a -declaration vof the

solidarity of the neople r of the

TTnJted StatesC expressed through
their President and the Cone-

ess, pn our policy of coopera cooperation
tion cooperation with the nations ; of the
Middle East." ,r. v v ;iH
The committee. In approving
the resolution, made onfo minor

cnanges. on would aHow con con-gres
gres con-gres to end the" resolution by a
vote of the House and senate at
any time.

Arnold Winfield ChaDiri. Son and

heir of the late A. Winfield Chap Chap-in.
in. Chap-in. a Svracuase. N.Y.. industrial

ist, filed suit in circuit c o u r t

acainst- Dr.. Walter U.. KODinson. .,

Chapin charged Robinson, 40, in

duced cnapin s so-year-oio moiner,
Mrs.Marie Arnold Chapin, to give
him valuables- worth $525,000 on
the pretext of being in love with
her.
.'.Robinson was left a $300,000 be

quest by Mrs. Chapin at the time:

of her death in jvovemDer.
t .'.,,..:,
' The son claimed his mother
gave Robinson 300 shares of Du Du-Pont
Pont Du-Pont stock valued at $51,900, 1,600
shares of General Motors stock
valued at $213,000,' two Cadillac
automobiles, one foreign -made
car, money to pay off a mortgage

on his home and to buy an addi

tional lot and money to finance an

Sartorial Splendor
Of Solicitor Fails
To Daunt Her Honor
MINEQLArN. V.; Jan. 26 (UP) (UP)-J.
J. (UP)-J. Roland' Sala. the Beau Brum'

mell of the barristers, had his dia-

miy aamaaeq yesterday in verbal
combat with, a dear.

Sala -had doffed his hnmhure

and., chesterfield coat, laid aside
his walking stick, and entered dis district,'
trict,' district,' court to' defend a 79-year-old
client on an abortion charge.
-Presiding at the pre-trial hear hearing
ing hearing was the Hon. Judse Kane.

whose first name In Kathleen.

splended solicitor did not see eye
to eye with the judge en the line
of questioning, and said:
H am pnly, trying to Jput a
question to the witness" "dear.

"I am a Judge in this court. I

icily.'?'
"But I use the word on firls

from six to 60 dear," said the

resplendent barrister, fingering
the carnation in his lapel. "It's a
dramatic gesture, dear." f
"It is not dramatic," the Judge

saio.
"If it is not dramatic, it's ora

torical," protested the lawyer.

The judge half rose in her chair

and dealt a blow to the artistic
soul of the cdunselor.r : r;
"Counselor there is no jury

here to be impressed.. Get on with
the case."
"I withdraw," said Sala pout pouting.
ing. pouting. But seconds later, he added:

"My defendant strenuously and

vigorously refuses to release me.
I continue." he said with a flour

lsh. .
On Monday, perhaps with a
fresh flower in his lapel, Sala will

"Agonizing reappraisal' was

least intended to disturb somebo.

dy. But Mendes-France, it seems,
has only just lived down the ridi

cule that Mrt Dulles earned him

in r ranee oy cauing nim a -super

man; (to be fair we- must record

that Bidault has not lived down:
(the late Foreign Minister Ernest)!
Bevin's calling him 'Dear Lit
tie man'." A
- r 1

'Skid Row Romeo'
Queried In Slaying
Of Teenage Sisters

Military funeral. services wuT.be
held tomorrow -at II 'a.m. at Fort

Kobbe chapel forv Ma j, James W.J

Stovall. executive officer of the

Army-Security 'Agency, Caribbean,

who was found dead xnursoay in
his office from a bullet wound in
the head. : .'-''
Army headquarter yesterday
said Stovall's fcody waa found in
a sitting position In a-chain be behind
hind behind his dtk. A 41 caliber re-

l volver was in hla right hand.

It An official statement added; "It

is believed that he was -killed by
- f a.L .1.... j v :

aji vmt a. uuiicL irom me revuivor Bincti nia

Biit Good t5

Ian'

Govt

Measure

Wpt Yet lighted ;

wound and there were powder

burns oa his head.
Major Stovall was last seen a
live about 12:00 p.m. Thursday. He
was found dead approximately at
l:10prm.V

Army uvnonuvs aam uie una

gation which includes laboratory

tests. i

Mat. Stovall jis survived by his
wife. Mrs. Louise Stovall,; and two

step-daughters, Rise, 10, and Jeai
9, of Fort Kobbe;' and his mother,
Mrs. Lillie B Stbvall, of Abilene,
Tal .-..v1- i .... r- ". -. v.-

r The services foriMaj. Stovall witli

be conducted by chaplains Roy A.
Morden, US Arm J Caribbean as assistant
sistant assistant chaplain and Thomas L.

McMlnn. of Fort Kbbbe. The First

28 .', after attending a vPreslej( Battalion of the SOlh infantry ro

KimenL.- cuminanucu uv

Conrad R. UWerdahl will be the

eieort mat ? I ri
-The-body will tie JflawiUa "Wash "Wash-lgton"
lgton" "Wash-lgton" DrCJor, burial in Arling Arlington
ton Arlington National Cemetery, Maj.. Tho Thomas
mas Thomas J.,'Connor oMhe Research U U-nit
nit U-nit at Forti rtmadpr,' will escor

the body to the umted states.

i .i- .-

Romeo and painstakingly tracked
down scores of other tips an all all-out
out all-out effort to find the killer of two

teen-aged sisters. ,
Sheriff's police said a lie de

tector test given Edward Les

(Benny)- The Dishwasher) Bed

well, 21, proved Vinconclusivei"
He was held ior further question

ing and1 investigation.
' The nude' and crumpled bodies
of Barbara Grimes, 15, and her

sister, ratncia, i were fount
Tuesday in a ditclion the city's

southwest suburbs.
Benny, who sports a duck4ail

haircut and Elvis' Presley side

burns, has denied any connection
with the slaying.
At least three persons reported

seeing the girls with Benny two
days after they disappeared Dec

African-safari for himself and his sally forth again to do battle with
family. ., injustice.

Newborn Princess Makes First Bow To Officialdom:
Howl, Chews Fists During Presentation Ceremonies

'IfONACO,' Jan. 26 k (UP)

in line to the throne.

P;'ncess" Caroline could not

have cared less. Portanier re-

meN.,r.. ."i.tVi .rut newest royal mother took no part-ported that ... she howled and

f?e today's official proceedings. chewed on-her fists all through

Tnm navH.- I u ujcu til-i,uu i virkii. .1 ... i . . r

- mine sue resiea uie proua.me presenuinion ceremony, sne

iamer, rnnce Kainier, officially I was dressed au in white for the
certified the infant as his -wn occasion. ...
before Judge Marcel- Pprtanier, Rainier, dressed in a dark, blue
and three witnesses. Then the suit, escorted Portanier, the
baby's name was Inscribed in the! Countess Baciocchl, Grace's lady lady-archives
archives lady-archives of the GrimaldU, oldest in-waiting, former Monacan Mar-

reigning family u v Europe. The or Charles Paunero and chaplain i

the harem knowu-as the finest in lPrince c,roilne became heiress

c a-:mI uinAA BloPe.! Presumptive to the throne of Mo Mo-Saud
Saud Mo-Saud is fcrtng'ng 00od JncQ her noisy protests.
H b?f?gagH,A1 ta "SSaSS Princess Grace received' con-
f-tt.S mart 3 7t tran!Sorted'Tatulatory messages from two
ln8.-anhVL iotner ryal mothers, Jueen Elira-
vT! hinkon In beth of B iuin an HoUand's
The King ; fliesto Washington lQueeb Julian a sir wlnston Cnur.
ihLFlbTJLl Fisenhower chil1 als note. But the
meet with President Eisenhower t nth tnob nn .art

He sUys ; in the -. capital at
thru Hav nrl then Intends

tour the country probably going
first to the Midwest. y
.Eve-n Adam Rain,;
'Eden1 Is Winner;
" LONDON. Jan. 26 CUP)

Hundreds of Londoners lined up!
In heavy rata last-ightv toJ ttt
an American nudist film.
The movie, 'Garden of Iden,"
was banned by Britain's chief
censor, but the London ILocali
Council evef-ruied him r and ap

proved It for all-age -viewing. The

film featured me in a norma

nudist camp. V;
Pungent Pastime

" COSBY, Jan. 26 (UP) The fourth
annual Feast of the Ramp, an
onion-like tegetable with the odor
of strong garlic, will be held here
April 28. - r
The Cosby Ruritan Club, sponsor

of the event, said members were
busy trying to work- out a plaa
for eliminating the usual problem
of traffic.
Hundreds of ramp eaters jam jammed
med jammed the grounds last year to hear
an address by Gov. .Frank Clem

ent who shared the spotlight with
singer Eddie Arnold.
No speaker bas been named fur
this year's .festival.

Grimaldis have ruled Monaco) Francis Tucker of Wilmington,

movie. The part-time dishwasher
admitted 1 taking two teen-aged

girls 4n .H'jTOur or,5kld-RdVfba"

then, bit,said he was certain they

were not the Grimes 'sisters.

- Police checked out a1 report that

the girls may have been alive as
late as Jan. 14, eight days" before!

their murder was discovered. :
Mrs. Wallace Tollstam said a
"frightened and depressed"- Pa
trieia teleDhoned her daughter

early that morning. She said the

caller, whose voice she recognized

as that of Patricia, asked

"Is that you Sandra? Is Sandra

At.l-,. J : ... ...

mere; -v .. -.-

Mrs, Tollstam said her daugh

ter Sandra, 13, and Patricia were

close friends. She said she awak

ened 'her daughter -because the
voice sounded so frightened and
depressed, but the caller hung up

before Sandra reached, the phone.

WASHINGTON. Jan. 26 (UP) A

infl the so-called "Green Bill" which AfeA with th filth

Congress has been introduced into the House of Reore

senianvrs-or rne corn. ; .-.,
The measure seeks to establish the principle of a
basic single salary wage scale in the Canal Zone but is";
not the administration-sponsored measure now under con consideration
sideration consideration by the Bureau of the Budget. -as:
The, legislation expected to be presented -with the
sramn of nnnrnvnl nf th Rnronn n( ka Ri,4aV L -

SiZm Gov-WiWta E Potter recently conferred

TTuaMiiiyiun. un ins return ne rermca rne single wage
plan it contains a 'good plan.". ; ,w

, c mcusurc mirugucea msr.session ay jen. iheo iheo-dore
dore iheo-dore Grfen (D-R.IJ and reintroduced. earlier this month"
by Rep. James A. Byrne D-Pa.) does not have.administra have.administra-tion
tion have.administra-tion sponsorship. i-
The ontstandinff feature- of thalstatea nr fh DmnMt.

Green and Bvrne bills is Sec. 3!ma. t v i

which would -pay prevailing U.S "Section Except for positions :

cununeniai aaiary rates ior au ci-,m unsKiiiea manual labor OCCupa OCCupa-viiian
viiian OCCupa-viiian jobs- in the Canal Zone with tions, as charwomen, or similar

t Fortv Amadpi
ody.to.jt i Unjit

Radio free lEurope
Cleared 01 jCliarge:
If Encouraged Rebs

sinre 1297.

The newborne princessthus will
become the ruler of .-Monaco In
time, provided Princess Grace

does not give birth to a boy, A

ditional certification of the babv

as his own.

'Afterwards, the group went t

an aujummg room, wnere AaiD-

male offspring will precede her iier's father, Prince Pierre, and

Mrs. jonn a. K.euy of fbiiadel fbiiadel-phia,
phia, fbiiadel-phia, Grace's mother, joined
them for the inscription of the

name in the archives.

A new leather-bound book had
to be used. The hst book was
filled with the record of the mar marriage
riage marriage of Grace and Rainier last

April 19.'

Toe party did not visit Princess
Grace who was convalescing in a

nearby bedroom.

Fgypt And Russia:
Cntfon For Money
CAIRO, Jan. 28 (UP) Egypt
and Russia have concluded a new

trade accord providing for Soviet

purchase of 12,870,000 worth of
Egyptian cotton, the newspaper
Al Jhaab reported today.
The independent newspaper.

quoting an "official source,', said

soviet payment ior tne cotton will

be made partly in "foreign cur-

MHlltM AllilAl ill, VattWlt

It said the Egyptian govern

irent had suspended barter deals
involving export of cotton and
ordered that future exports be

ptld for in foreign currencies.
Sandy Device
BONN. Germany, Jan.! 26 (UP)

A West German firm has in

vented a device designed to give
cars -road-sanding self-service on
icy roads, the Bona government
announced today i v
A driver who believes he is go going
ing going to skid caa step on a floor
button and shoot sand onto the

road ahead of his car.

BONnX Germany. Jan.'- 2 (UP)

A Bonn government survey' hai
cleared Radio Free Europe of

charees that Us broadcasts prom

iaad arms and military aid. to

Hungarian ifreedom fighte-s
Chancellor- Kohrad Adenauer
nounced ,today.
He added tha there hadbeet
"certain nersohntl changes" at

the R F E stationsW a result of
programs w h i c h "might have

given rise to misunderstandings.'
West German Social Democrat

and Free Democrats charged ias'

Nnvomhor that tne Droaacasts nat

encouraged the freedoin fighters
to continue armed resistance. For
eign Minister Heinrich ipn Bfen
tano ordered a study of tape re i

cordmgs of the broadcast;
The R F E station operates from
Munich under a special agree-

ment binding it to submit record
ings to the West German g&yern-

hnent if requested. It is operated

by the prlvstely financed Crusade

for Freedom whicn nas neaaquar

ters m the United States.-

the, exceptions of those in "un

skilled manual labor occupations.

positions requiring little op-no skill
or responsibility, and; the- positions

suchs charwoman,': and certab excepted from -e provisions of
othet excepted'lobs irtcluding yjose section .Jf the salarx;rte for. any
subject te-the -Classification Act, position not subject to the CI a.

- The tAmerlean federation rA sificatioa y Act of 1949, whlch ? is

uevernmenr employes nas an. neio oy a citizen of the United

nounced Its opposition to this

section because of the excessive
and unnecessary coat ft would
throw en to the Canal organiza organization.
tion. organization. -v '.'h.-.v-;'-;-.
Byrne Ts a member of the Merclr
ant Marine, and Fisheries Cora"
mitteei His : bin referred imme

diately to the Post Office and Civ

u Service Committee. but tht

Committee has taken no action onl

it so far, .'. i .!,, -.

Byrne is a member of the Pa

nama Canal subcommittee of
the Merchant Marine and- Fish Fisheries
eries Fisheries Committee, but he Is not a
member of the Post Office end
his proposed legislation.
The bill has been designated "H.
R. 1926" in, accordance with the

States or the Republic of Panama
in the Canal Zone under any fed federal
eral federal department or agency (includ-

1 j vn uu KuvciufiienL rnr

porations) shaU be equal to the
prevailing7 salary rate in the V V-nited
nited V-nited States fo the same or simil similar
ar similar positions,'-,-' -:: v ".v :

"SecUon 4. Each civilian officer
and employe in the Canal Zona, of

any federal department or agency
(including wholly owned govern,
ment corporations), who is a citiz--

en of the United States, shall re-"
ceive, in addition to his basic sala
ry, (1) an amount equal to 25 per1
centum of such basic salary, and
(2) an additional amount whirh

shall be determined by .the head,
of such department or agency as

the Committee which receives ,it

either assigns it to a subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee for consideration at public
hearings or, itself conducts such
hearings.

After the hearings. If the full

committee favors the bill, it re

ports the measure to the full
House which then must act upon
it. If the Committee opposes the
bill, the measure dies there.
A similar procedure must .be
followed in the other house of
the Congress. If both house fin fin-any
any fin-any pais the bill, tt must be sent
to the President for his signature 1
before it becomes law.
Byrne's proposed bill, which is

BENEVENTO. Italy. Jan 26, subject to modification diirine the

fUP A mouse made his marl lengthy legislative processes, is a

on Benevento last night: It touch V short document which reads as fol-r

ed off a short circuit in the powciiows: ..; ..
station, plunging the town's 38.000 "A bill to establish the principle

inhabitants into oaruess ior mm a oasic single salary wage

full hour.

practice of assigning numbers to! an allowance for those elements,
all bills introduced In the Con-I such as taxes, which operate to re.

gress, preceded Dy letters lndicat ouce tne disposable income of sucb.

ing wnetner tney were introduced an officer or employe as cbmpar cbmpar-in
in cbmpar-in the House of Representatives or. ed with an officer or employe what
in the Senate. is resident of the area. : v-.

The customary procedure is that;. "Section 5.. The amounts provide

Mouse Makes Marl

When Sfatesiders Look In Their Pay Envelope, There's $130 More;
SailVlr iLess. Ashe-: Nations '.'Cost. Of Living Scoots Upward

WASHINGTON, Jan. 28 (UP) j .The increase brought pay boosU

The government reported today

that the coat of living climbed to

another record nigh last month.

boosting consumer prices nearly

three per cent above December a

year ago,

The Bureau of Labor Statistics

(B L S) reported that the average

factory worker s take-home pay

rose to a new high in December.
His purchasing power likewise hit
a new record despite the rise in
living costs,

- .' '- '" -- t
The Bureau said its' cost-of liv

ing index rose two-tenths of one
per cent between -November and
December to a new high of 118

per cent of average 1947-49 prices

It was the sixth month out of theiQague said rents rose more than
last seven that living costs havejusaal, reflecting the rise in home

rates. ..'' ' -TV

The Bureau reported higher

prices for home maintenance and

repair, coal, fuel oil, gas, electric

ity,- some household furnishings.

laundry, dry cleaning and domes

tic service. Average prices of food

and Clothing were unchanged from

November. ;
, .-

Transportations-.costs dropped

slightly because of moderately

lower prices for new and used

ears, and for gasoline as a result

of price wars in some cities sur surveyed
veyed surveyed by the, bureau.-

Clague said new car prices at

the end of the year averaged
about per cent higher, than in
December. 1955. at the dealer

owners costs, particular! iateresUevel. But 1m said discounts were

ranging from one to three cents an

hour for about 500,000 workers in

the electrical, aircraft and truck trucking
ing trucking and other transport industries.

Their wage contracts have escala

tor clauses tied to living costs.
? -. '

-President Eisenhower, in two re recent
cent recent -messages to Congress, has

warned of the danger of runaway
inflation. He appelaed to Industry
and labor to exercise "self-discipline"
in holding dowa price and
wage increases, e -.
The B L S said higher bousing
costs were chiefly responsible for
last month's increase in its ce-a-

sumer index. Commissioner Ewan

being offered in some cities to ea

courage sales and uese 'may

spread.
'Twe-Yoar Peried

The -' Bureau noted that living

costs broke through a two-year
period of stability 'last year. They
uive risen 3.6 per cent since Jan

uary. 1953. with most of the in

crease coming ia the last half of

last year,
Over the year, food prices rose

3.1 per cent; bousing and cloth

ing 2.2 per cent; transportation 4 (
per cent: medical care 3.S per

cent personal care 3.3 per cent;
reading- and recreation 2.3 per
cent,, and other goods end ser

vices 12 per cent.

oague said ae aid not look for

much change ia livinf costs ia the

early months of this year. He
said he would not predict any drop
ai he had been prepared to do

earlier.

The take-home pay of the aver average
age average factory worker with three de

pendents was 176.54 a week m
December, $1 30 higher than te
November. The paycheck, after
adjustment for the rise ta living
costs would buy about one per

cent more than ia November.

During the year as a whole, the

average take-borne pay Of factory

workers was about. lour per eent

scale in the Canal Zone for civili

an officers and employes ia the
Federal service.
l"Be it enacted by the Senate

and House of Representatives of
tee United States of America in
Congress assembled, that there is
hereby established within the Can Canal
al Canal Zone an appropriate system of

wage determination which has as
it4 ; purpose equal pay for equal

work, oased on recognized princi principle
ple principle of efficiency, experience,
trailing, and education without
regard to whether the employe is
a eft iiea of the United States or
the Republic of Panama. -"Section
X .notwithstanding the

provisions of clauses (11). (201

and (23) of section 202 of the Clas Classification
sification Classification Act of -1949. and except

for positions for which the amount
of compensation ia specifically oro-

vided by law and the position of

tne com stroller of the Panama

Canal company, the provisions of

the

hither than in 1955.' His purchas-

ine mwer ran about three oer.sucB Act span apply wiuun

cent hicher ever the year as a. Canal Zonei to civilian position.

whole. - "' (officers.-and. employes hi or under)

In December the perch a sing I the departments (as defined in

power of mi average factory sucb Act) tfsueL positions, are

the 1947-49 average, - Ipkyes are, citilent of the Uaited

ed for in section 4 and any other

differential compensation, paid ta
any citizen of the United States
employed in the Canal Zone by
any Federal department or a gen-,
cy (including wholly-owned gov government
ernment government corporations) in excess cf
the rate of compensation provide 1
for an individual not a citizen cf
the United States in the same po position
sition position as such citizen, shall be in included
cluded included as basic compensation, for
the purpose of any laws or regula regulations
tions regulations relating to overtime com-
penstaion, injury and death bene benefits,
fits, benefits, retirement, leave, insurance,
and any other similar employe
benefits.. - ,..
"Section 6. Except for the' Gov Governor
ernor Governor of the Canal Zone and the 1
comptroller pf the Panama. Can

al Company, the Civil Service laws
and regulations shall apply to all
ADD C Z WAGE ENELDA
civilian officers and- empoyes In
the Canal Zone of all federal de departments
partments departments and agencies (including
wholly-owned government-corporations)
' if such -officers and em employes'
ployes' employes' are citizens of the Unite J
(Continued on Pago 10)
Atomic Power May
Free Europe From
Mid East. Fetters
WASHINGTON. Jan. 28 (Tjp

Secretary of State John fw
Dulles predicted today that aU, ?

power eventually may free -Europe
from its dependence on tw
oil of the Middle East.
But he said it would take "sev "several
eral "several yean."
He said Russian control of V -Middle
East would mean t
western Europe might easily f,
prey to communism without a v
because Russia "would hold r
rope's economic life in 1

grasp.

Dulles made the statements ,-'
mg Senate hearinra on t--

die East doctrine.



THE SUNDAX AMERICAN
SUNDAY,' JANUARY 17, 1931

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finance & Accounting Officer, In ceremonies hftld- recently In 'the Finance Office at Corozal.
Capt. W. H. Griffin, Jr., (right), chief of the Examining Division, looks on. Mrs. Turner's
2'Jward-wfhjtiIhg suggestion was for th'e prefix of the symbol number on finance briefing
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f ? ;' DR- WILLIAM k SODERMAN

Malayans Waril 15
'Ffeedoms' Vrillen
Into ConsliMion
; KUALA LUMPUR '-'(UP) -The
three major; political parties

in Malaya have asked for- 15

"freedoms".;to be written into the
new constitutior lot an independ

ent, Maiy a

The recommendations were sub submitted
mitted submitted to the Reid Constitutional

Commission,, which it writing the

new constitution, by the United
Malays National Organization, the
Malayan Chinese Association and

the, Malayan Indian Congress. The

5 points are,

1, .Freedom' oX expression,

speech, assembly and worship.

f .m i' r iT"

2.

fe.ar.

Freedom from want and

Doctor William, A. Sodemsn, Pro
ftssor and Chairman of the Depart Department
ment Department of Internal Medicine at the
University of Missouri School of
Medicine will appear as one of
the 'speakers' at he- Second Inter-

Aroerican .Medicaf vpnvenuon to
be heW af.the University, of Pa Panama
nama Panama April 3,. nS,-;: .."
Doctor Coder man is v" -a graduate

of the University of Michigan

School of Medicine, Class of 1931',
and served his Internship at St.
Vincents Hospital, Toledo, Ohio.

He was on the faculty of the Tu-;

lane School of Medicine as an in-J

structor- in Medicine irom ivsh

througft 1940, taking one year ouq

iot a leuowsiup iiaaye si,yu.v ui di

seases or the heart t tnr univer

sity of Michigan.

From 1940-1941 he was Assistant

Professor of Medicine at the School
of Medicine, Tulane University in
New Orleans, and. was made Pro Professor
fessor Professor and Head of the Depart Department
ment Department of Preventive Medicine at

Tulane in 1941, which post he fill J

ed through 1946. From 1946 through
. nr-n Tu f 1 1 T I

1900 jur. svucrnian wii mc r i u-

fessor of Tropical- Medicine and

Chairman of the Department of

Tropical Medicine and Public
Health ; at the Tulane School of

Medicine. -During this time, 1951
1M2 he was the Visiting Prof es
sor in Medical Sciences at the Cal

cutta, India School of Tropical

weuiciiie. omce ivsi ne nas held
the chair of Internal Medicine at

tne university of Missouri School

01 Meaicine.
During his career in. medicine
Doctor Soderman has had the dis distinction
tinction distinction of serving as Senior Visit

ing Physician at Charity Hospital
of Louisiana at New Orleans. Vi

siting Physician Touro Infirmarv

New Orleans, Medical Consultant

the U.S. Public Health Service
Leprosorium at Carville. La. Con-

sultant at the National Institute

of Health of Bethesda, Maryland

and many others.
Pathologic physiology; the text textbook
book textbook which Doctor Sodeman au

thored In 1950, is considered by

most physicians to be a classic in

its field. Written ia English, the

monograph nas been translated in

to Spanish, Italian, Portugese, Ja

panese, and berbo-trotian. His pub
lications -lln the various medical
journals number ''Over 130.' ancLHis

work on amebiasis has establish established
ed established him as an authority on this

complex problem.

3. Equality before the law. ;
; 4., Protection of life and person'
al property;

a. .Freedom, from arrest and

detention except according to law.
i Protection against retrospec retrospective"
tive" retrospective" offenses, and. punishment.

i. Fieedom of association, faith

ana opiie:. i ...

8. Freedom to ecauire. hold and

9. Protection asainst pnnflspa.

won of property except according

uo uie law witn uue compensation.

iu. ; rrotecuon against ; slavery
and forced labour.
11. Freedom. to engage in trade
'.nd in the professions. ...
12. Protection of children in em-

: ployment of a hazardous, nature.

io. -xreeoom. io profess, prac

tice and propagate any religion

ana to esiaDiish and maintain re
ligious institutions.

4

14. Protection of the laneuaees

and culture of all races, and of

meir scnoois aid cultural institu institutions.
tions. institutions. 1 1. Protection of the legitimate
interests and rights of minorities.

Graduating from college wear-South America

ing the covered Phi Rt. Karma

Honorary Society key, Dr. Sode Sodeman
man Sodeman was tapped for the Alpha O O-mega
mega O-mega Alpha Honorary Medical Sn.

clety his senior year in medical

scnooi. rie ia a teilow of the Ameri

can college of Physicians, am.

ciai examiner, The Am e r i c a n
Board of Internal Medicine, a
Fellow of the American Medical
Association,, a Member of the A A-merican
merican A-merican Heart Association, The
Royal Society of Tropical Medicine
and Hygiene, The American So Society
ciety Society of Tropical Medicine, a Fel Fellow
low Fellow of the American Public Health
Association and many other so societies.
cieties. societies. I ;; U,:
1 For his .subject al the'eonven"
tion, Doctor Sodeman will speak
on Amebiasis, a problem that is
commonly confronted by physici

ans practicing In Central and

toiece of the

A Master

JJistiller s Art

SCOTCH WHISKY CriV

Panama

": Dlslribntm
tIA. CVRX08, 8.' A.

Cetea

UNLOVABLE 'REMNANTS on the bareain counter

of icvilizatlon and culture, I was ir.' the act of ambush-l
ing a few fluid ounces of the' happy foam in, Rolando's
Hideaway the other day, when news reached me that the
Cantuta Cab was a criminal.'" 1 ; : - A
'." Actualiy .it seema that great Injustice is being done
1 somewhere,. to someone. According to present ground
'rules, Balboa magistrate John E. Deming doesn't nave a v :
chance to take a ride in the Cantuta Cab to judge by
his rattled bones Just how criminal the terrible,, tumbril
'can be, t , ; s v
However, Red the Charbri'of the- Cantuta ;tells me
,that the fact of the dreadful vehicle's not being allowed
4n the Canal Zone is being effectively outmaneuvered.' -
He gave Judge Deming $10' .on Friday as a down'
payment on the bridge across the Canal, at Balboa, Red
tells me. Just another $19,999,990v and the Cantuta Call
will have a free run across the, big new bridge to Arrai Arrai-Jan.
Jan. Arrai-Jan. y t Uzi4i,' "v-
; I wai trying to count up.to .$19,999,990, and not get getting
ting getting much past 7& cents -whteh was all-r had. in mr mr-pocket,
pocket, mr-pocket, when I switched fnstea,d to "considering the Pan? ;
ama' Canal' rnystic operations at Balboa Stadium. c- -'
1 There is something to be greatful for. "The Panama
Canal realized that the principal reason why the Olym Olym-pic
pic Olym-pic Games went to Melbourne, instead of to Balboa, was
the inadequacy-of the Balboa Stadium -"'7
Straightway they started doing something about it.
Whether their action will be sufficient to forestall the
games going td Rome in 1960 I cmnot say right now.,
But it is reassuring to see an effort being made.
The question is, an effort being made for what?
Always interested in tonal qualities, 'I am fond-of
hearing the sharp click of bat upon ball in Balboa Sta-.
dium mingling with the sharp, splash of beer upon gullet
at the Balboa BowUngi alleys So-1 took myself to the
opening game of the Pacific side Twilight baseball league.
One thine vou can sav for those people upon Bal

boa Heights, they are sticklers for accuracy. -The rwi rwi-light
light rwi-light League it is called, so Balboa Heights fixes It to
there are only .half the bulbs in the lights fore,all
ParlA convincing twilight effect is thus achieved. Never
knock the Administration for overlooking trivia, that s
my advice to you miserable heap. -'
Apart from the .lights,' there are other points of in interest
terest interest regarding the 1957-model all stadium.
For instance, it appears that the game f lWpwj
is to be converted "to driving on the .left hand, side of
the road, as in England. -
This is the explanation for the Panama Canal Com-,
oanv having laid out the stands down what is now the
SSd bale IK With the reversal of the presenl ; anti anti-clockwise
clockwise anti-clockwise baseball concept to clockwise ruwUtt Uw Ca Canal
nal Canal will once again be proved to have been thinking a
step or so ahead of history, .mrinY
As the players. head towards left f eld on. the sprint
for first base (now, but not for long, f
, the Panama Canal authorities will
ed out to be dead right In their major Jud Pnjnjf-; S
Granted that last week spectators in Balboa Stadl-,
urn w?w7tcWng W baU game, fF tSo ?"
somewhere between, third e,ad.P?4:
without binoculars this makes for distant balL.f
T But as soon as theiew
first-home, clockwiseound-the-basesbasete
diced, the new stands wiU be choice seati along tee first r
baSCThin"lC of that,' wheAever you, are minded to berate
the Balboi Heignts authoritiefor not having an eye. for
fSher understalidaat a W
Ke'pSw
the bleachers behind the end zone will be able to see
SrmgS and last ditch defense with ;
clarity than at present; obtainable ttwMSMt-,
wav line, while tee remainder of tee field can be hired
o?t at a profit on a land lease deal wjth a Chinese truck
gW ThL'will keep' commissary prices down, and make
football easier to see, ; .. v i,:'V-T.,l
That all these advances are to the oftog Ir.clear
to anyone who' studies the modern Jayout of the new
Balboa Stadium' stands. 2. Vi-w

I am also,. informed, mat, tne npw 4f
Just fine for lacrosse, acceptable for Siamese boxing and
virtually custom-built for curling, tee wintry, version of
bowls in which Scotsmen" throw large rocks at one an-.
other on a frozen lake. v .' .f.
What proof do tee critics have that Balboa Heights
erred in building a stadium taiW for cubing, with a
little ice hockey on tee side? What proof do they have,
I ask, that these sports might not in a few. short years
become quite. tee YOgue down here? Y X:7
Then- it will be the turn of tee planners on Balboa
Heights to laugh at those short-sighted, carpersho
complained that tee-Balboa Stadium layout J.f
.completed right now is a cross between the coUaps ble
seating at a country fair and some hunks of Pyramids,
hoUowed out for dressing rooms. ; .'
Not is it in the least incongraous to have pieces of
Pyramid on the Canal Zone anyway. Pyramids are close-
ly associated with Canals. Anyone -vho has been through
. Suez will tell you. -; T
- I have heard some smartU cracks about aUcged
shortcomings of tee Balboa SUdium layout and i .isa,'
pleasure tobe able here to come to tee defense of those ..
:?PlSp tetaktak has gone mtohe project rsi r
ed planning shines from-every facet of tee n?.'
is the type of thing we need more of here on tee Canal. y
and it iTlndeed reassuring to learn, from atudy
Balboa SUdium. teat we have tee executives here to
envisage such an operation, and to tarry It out. ;
They haven't even got around to carrying these con concepts
cepts concepts into practice in Yankee Stadium or tee Rose Bowl -yet
That will show you Just how far ahead the Panama .
Canal Company. really; Js. . .J ;y
'i. PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT: thi week Is also
centered on tet Balboa SUdium, and is dedicated, to
Coach Stu Brown's gallant crew who marked tee end
of tee basketball season by coming, up with 53 runs x
against them,' and 14 for, in teeic first four nights of
the baseball season. If - -: -,.
-5314 .'-: -- -
doesn't Just prove that Stu has potehtially one of
the finest basketball teams on tec Isthmus. I wouldn't
know what proo( .you?could want -It's not Stu'g fault ;
that this just happens to be the baseball season, is it?

"



THE SUNDAT AMERICAN

-s .'-..i-..i 1 x. j ,, i .t -t I A

l.''''t!?ge'iM''M'M'''11''?1 -,. nnimini

l.'o SlocI Shortage is Foreseen; Bui
!ay JHfe Higj"W?V Programs

Clifford F. ilood.president pf the;.GoreMD-Ten TiraAted to know

United States Steel Corp.; .told
senators today not to fret about

a possible steel shortage delaying

me mini ouuon aoiiar nignway

program.
He said "the steel Industry is
geared to particioaterto the limit

of .' capacity" in the long range
highway program a-
- Hood testified before the Roads
subcommittee of the Senate Public

Works Committee which is look

lng Into the possibility that steel
and other shortages may delay, the

program.

- Hood said "I do not think that
Increases in the price of steel has
constituted any threat to the suc

cess of the highway ; progranK"

Hood said that barring unfore unforeseen
seen unforeseen circumstances, I know of io

problem extant that ; cannot be
surmounted by intelligent planning
of the work and by timely placing

oi sieei oraers.(,'
""Iron mesh and reinforcine

bars."; the steel ouidai said, "are

in plentiful supply, and thus pre present
sent present no problem. Structural plates

however, are jn mucn lighter sup

ply."
Hood said that; despite the 34 34-day
day 34-day steel t strike" last summer
"the tonnage of steel actually fab fabricated
ricated fabricated and erected bythe struc

tural fabricating 'industry in 1956

reached: an all-time, high and in

JOHN Li STICKLEY, president of tlie International Association of Lions Club accompanied by a Rroup-of prominent local

lions, made a call, on Gov. W. E. Poiber this week during the official visit tp Panama of the Lions :.;Clb. president, The
group shown above in the Governor' .office: at. Balboa. Height ..are; from left to right, Dr. Teodoro lA. Arias, international
relations officer for the Liona Club .Will Arey, Panama Canal Information Officer; Ernesto Zachris?on "A.; member of the
t Board of -International Directors; Jorge. Angelin;, vice governor of the Central American Lions District; -Sttckley, Col.
Charles O. v Bruce, Ca.nal Health .Director; Potter; T. J. WH ber, secretary-treasurer of the Balboa Lions Ouib;' Carlos Carey,
i' special tfepresentative of' Lions International; and Jose A, Mollno.-vlce president of the Panama Llpns.ctub.f.v ; k

what about the delay in the deliv

ery of steel particularly as it ap applies
plies applies to building some' 40,000 miles

01 highwaysacross the nation, in

the next 13 years.v; ,a r"t
"Even if delivery (of steel) is

made m" 18 months '"Hood "re

plied, 1 f'the construction of the

(highway) project v( generally;

wouldn't start for 6 or 10 months

after that." This delay would be

caused in working out rlghts-ot-

ways -and smoothing preliminary
plans, Hood saidr vw-

Bridge Found
At Bcttom
Of St. Lawrence
WATERTOWN N. (UP) -Engineers
on the St. Lawrence

River seaway project had a
ready-made bridge at the down downstream
stream downstream approach to the .Grasse
River. f -'
The only drawback was that the
bridge was at the bottom of the

river. t; :" '- :
The engineers, in sounding the
south channel of the river, came

across a ou-1001 ,secuon 01 a Dnag

that apparently had fallen into the
river during bonstruction of the

1957 should move even higher.: Roosevelt Bridge.

STOCKHOLDERS OF

CERVECERIA. NACI0NAL:

(IVationXl1 brewery, ma)- iZ
We wish to remind you that the. regnV Z

m general Assembly of Stockholders will
held in our New Plant in Pasadena i Tran

y isthmian Highway, on Monday,' Jatru a.
9ft TO" T n

,1 In accordance with the By-Law of
, Company this meeting can not be, held mi! 7
: less one-half plus one of the total nuniljeC J
of stockholders are present or represent ?
ed by proxy, and at least one-hall of thJJ
capital stock is represented. -s s -"X n" '-

y- Stockholders who are. unable lb Wttch!
this meeting SHOULD MAIL tHEIlS

PROXIES in due to me to Aptdo;r53 "TJ

TEIE SECRETARY,,1

I

ABiTOBritAHJjW

It is one thing to become a po popular
pular popular heto,i quite another to. re remain
main remain one. l ' ''i
According to the libraries com committee
mittee committee of Hackney, tte London
borough in which I had the honor

1 to be born, cnuaren are u""
the heroes of space fiction
It seems that the devotion ac accorded
corded accorded 18 months ago to lean, tablet-fed
captains of planet ships has
now reverted, to robuster adventur adventurers
ers adventurers like Davy Crockett and Robin
HAs an object of here-worship, the
iotorv.vnlnror can barely hold

ft ownwith contemporary valj-l

miner pf the 'Enghsh county ; of
NorthumberlandBradly has been
declared world ehmpion pieeater
after onsuming;a four; and k halt
-o seconds" Z;
A good down-to-earth feat, this,
.,m.iiiiii9 vTu choolboy.s ad-

miration nd envyi w -about equal
F And'it'does look as if we need
such beefy- ballast, along with a
picing"v6f rich' old. tradition,! to
offset futuristic fancies in this a-tomic-
ag;. )?h ,i
" PACT and"" fAncy .;

We Londoners lave recently
been blessed with a perfect blend
f fpt and fancy of past, pre

sent and future in the Lord May

ors snow. 5; : ; , ;
Tradition war matched w i t b

streamlined mouernity"mtnis age-

its-way annually through theCityj

lor at lea?? lour ceniunes.
' the City's traditional: pomp was
represented bv the ancient .gold

and scarlet coach, the pikemen
cf the Honourable Artillery 'Com-1
pany anl mounted troops of the

Household .uivairy h
But, tha theme of ths how how-lumlnum
lumlnum how-lumlnum culd Mrl'y have
i bttn aner modern. 5 1 x t t
float's provided -by tho British
Aluminium Company Ltd. dit:
ptayod tho motal in evory ufe

from tho awminom cwrls of.a.

bovy of mermaids .to o gleam gleaming
ing gleaming scalo-model of Britain's
Fairy Delta J aircraft which
iottabliahod tho world record of
1,112 mpb. v-

We saw, too, Donald Campbell's
Bluebird, the fastest boat in the

world,, and a 200. mph aluminium
equipped British Jaguar car.

I noticed that the- West Indian
band, one" of about a dozen in. the
procession, was 'banging out cal

ypso tunes on aluminum dustbin
lids, Veil in tune with the latest latest-type
type latest-type kitchen with its : aluminum
pots and pans.
' The most stirring moment -was
when the c a v a I e a d e mevedi
through Cheanside and the new

Lord Mayor and the watching ci-!

of the JUble? the initial letters

spelling out the name D. Whit-
tingtoo. "i ".
It was Richard ("Dick") Whit Whit-tingten
tingten Whit-tingten who; as, a wandoring
youth in the 15th etntury, it said
to havo retraced his stops Lon Lon-donwardi
donwardi Lon-donwardi on hearing Bow BoMs.

to become, thrico Lord Mayor.
' Talking of bells, the most fam

ous chime in alfc the world sounds
again as Big Ben comes on the

air. after repairs to the Westmins Westminster.
ter. Westminster. Clock, Towef which have taken
three" months.

I;. was never more conscious of

Big Ben's silence than in Parlia

ment,. Square- the other morning

Epstein statue to Field-Marshal

Smuts. The hour of eleven came

and; went without that rich, nond-

eroui rreminner :ttattim&..toaKSM

iersall: off us.-f.-5 fi .-.n u
The -brown, dead leaves' were
fluttering down from the plane
trees in the autumn sunshine i c

the SpeakeKof the House of Com

mons, w. S. Morrison, paid tribute
tothe?great South African.
First! lie read a message from
Sir Winston "Churcliill exDrensin?

sorrow that,'! on medical advice,
he.waf prevented from twin

there (to- Salute, he memory of his

a inena. i,', ..
. Quoting,', an oarlior 'spooch of
his. Sir Wimtan wrafa.-."u. r

M. Smuts )i did Mot belong to any'
single; stato or notion; ho fought
for hn own country, ho thought
foe tho who) world."
.-Speaking qf Smuts', allegiance to
tne Commonwealth Mnrri.rm ..m

Y6d ;as first wonvby

Inflation Leaves Mark On Australia
As Costs Rise 130 Since 1945

By ERIC KIEL Official figures, however, often
cnMPv mv n t nd down -the facts mto "aver "aver-SYDNEY
SYDNEY "aver-SYDNEY -(UP) Inflation has age" : fiEiires. which the : v.r

hit Australia with the wallop of a
kangaroo kick right where it hurts

the most in the pocketbook.
Bank economists list present liv

ing costs at 130 per cent higher
than in 1945, compared to a 75
per cent increase In Britain and a

50 per cent raise lin the United
States.
The average Aussie knows little
and cares less about bankers and

their adding' machine statistics,
but the spectre of Inflation now

shadows mm through' ail his wak

ing hours.

Any attempt to get by on ms

1950 budget would change living
in Australia today" to a mere ex existence.
istence. existence. The average' "bloke" or

wage-earner would only be able to

half fill his morning tub Decause
of increased gas and electricity
rates.,-"' r v: vV:.y'L:y

The cost of the uaamonai

steak-and-etts Australian break

would 1 leave him with just the
eggs and some onions on the
nlat. at today's prices. Today's

Australian can nae oniy one mue
on the buses, streetcars and. elec
trie trains for the money that for

merly carried him two and three
This creeping inflation with its
. . . j ii

ever-rising cosi oi living, is uic
price Australia pays for f ational

growtn.
Australia now has 25 per cent
more people than it had at the
end of World War II. This means

larger physical output in both pri primary
mary primary and secondary industries.

Never before has there been as

much money and labor spent on

public works, factory building and

xnere nas oeen

on the

stations

in machinery, buildings and

pasture, plant and livestock im

provement.
All the same, this better "na "national"
tional" "national" picture leaves thev wage-

earners unimpressed.' meir salar

ies creep up with "basic: wage"
hikes, but never catch up with the

heavier expenses involved in the

field service, mechanics of living.

Australia too its worst inn a

tion Jump in 1951 when the Ko

rean War shot wool prices to rec

ord highs. With too much money
around, the cost of living jumped

to 70 per cent above the 1945 fig

ure. At that time Britons -were

tiehtenine their austerity bits

aeains a 40 per cent rise in liv

ing costs, while Americans only I

faced an over-all rise of 12 per

man finds difficult., if not imnnx

sible, to match with his paycheck.
Take rents, for example.
Where pegged ; by official con control,,
trol,, control,, they may even be under the

40 per cent above the 1945 figure,
in some cases. But for the person
who hits Sydney now and wants
to find a two or thre-rnnm flsf

the price starts at '.$22 a week for
the lucky ones and goes un in 124

ui niore. me same furnished flat

wuuia nave oeen available for $11

iu in iaau.

Cold i statistics also- don't

as much to the wkge-earner as
the. more than doubled electricity
gas. and Dhone hill P.... ...'

mm pe"uy on P tor the
'"ro in the last seven years
A'Juft Ojonake it a .little more
difficult for those who .depended
on. ,owrtjme: earnings, employers
re-paying lessr and less overtime
The average man; today gener generally
ally generally makes at least $40 per week,
compared with $26 in id50; the

urifk WUH1"nf compared

For the ahnv.iv.p.n.

ng production has created a new
executive class," drawing $66
per week and risinp'tn tun .-j

. Digger- nrms have not yet
Come tO .th etaaix nf T...- j

. r vqunu pun.
ded expense aceounts, 'buf f re re-quently
quently re-quently .provide, their up-and-com-mgoimior
executives with a car,
and v invmanv ease u,i(K

?.ncei.ln' )vytag a home' W solve
the hpusing jwoblem i

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S piece suites from $59.00

NATURAL, BLEACHED and LACQUERED FINISHES

AJLy'by killed erafUmani' jvV

for: t',dnrog room. k

.'-ti 102-70

Tomorrow's TV ,Prog

8:00 NEWS V.'
J:15 ARMED FOFCES HOUR
:00 .Prouionl Tthn v
.j, 4:S0 Mr- Pper Vtft??
S :0O KIDDIES KORNER
. :M Wlnky Dink1
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PHONES: HOTEL EL' PANAMA 3-1604
PANAMA: 3-1057 3-1698 3-1699

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!?reat 'or the greater capital Investment
good of humanity. i :..:.-. a

Tf W,ll.t U-.t J. -- uwuu !.... -...

ftv .T. ."". aoa Morrison,

.o .icr -ne acquired an affec-

nuu iur our-wav nr lira ni fn .k.

1 m v u 4V MIC

viuiuue oi our rxnnl. in -o.

he: remained throughout his life a
great -iSputb. ..African; his earliest
loyalty .remained his last." r
' was after thr"

statue -.-. strong, alert figure 1
bare-headed-a nrf Tin -m

. mwu Bcivim.

oress, Xiic fao with if ok

Pr bevdjooking y,
that the -befls" did ring outWot
Big Ben. but th fcvn.,. f 5;

' "Miuswr Aooey peal a
cross the way,

i mn,3 '.' attain, toward, his
Wlew mtn h atB

erttds .waa tpittmi, M Mr Mr-b".
b". Mr-b". in th. Lt w.rrfs
h. h.ara him sptak. fit lt.
121 VX": s.ld

a man. grttt thhw

rTOANTARCnCA
As the Sn.Trr nt .k. 17

Commons recalled these words

m. "Ion" lfle near-!

Reach to.-Towm- i;. ..?

:..- :r :vt i"u mues

uuiani. wnerc T.h 1MJ.. U..1

tixinii.J(ni fnr h first tim Ih.'ea Dan u . "1

chimes of the newly-cast Bow Bellsthe ebbing tide. .aDle

; vr (lie nrna rtlAtat lit..

j uwc,lin expedition im-
gfr t-V- .Fuchrempti
tkcro"K the AntarcUc
continent by land. ... .
'Somewhere Jn the -South 'Polar

waK, ,ear pence they expect
to meet Sir Edmund nin.C ZZZ

" JT,ra e other aide
i " ??ai th."-W Smuts!

" z HKi man."

from the famous tower of St'Ma-

ry-le-Bow.. -. v

' True, it was only a tape, record-

mg Decause tne sells have not

yei oeen miat.' -.

As radio listeners know well

the British Broadcasting Corpora-

lion s interval" chimes are a rec recording
ording recording of he original peal, made"

before the tower was bombed iaj

,1941 -and the bells .crashed to de de-1
1 de-1 strucUbn.' : : ..
-'..- ." ' ft.'."-
STILL IN A L6N DON FOUNDRY

TCIlt. m f I .
Those are over-all cost-of-living

figures, according to the 'Econo

mists. Individually, some items

have risen much more than-. 130
per cent. This applies to essential

items like food and transport.
Worse still, the trend remains

uncurbed as government and em

ployer battle the vicious cycle of

higher wages-mgner costs-mgner
wages. In the past 12 months, food

and groceries nave gone up an

other W per cent, for instance.!

Rents, already up by 40 per cent

since 1950, went up eight per cent.

The 12 re-cast bells still repose
,in a London foundry, but when the

appeal for funds was made last;

January, the church architect,
Laurence Xing, promised that the
next Lord Mayor should bear
them while In procession.
J The story of Bow Bells is told
in evbDsseJ letters oo the tenor
". Te mcri'(on state thit
J" feared b fie m

'; :ei -' mr ion in 19fy ; --

St r-can in J9

Bul'ghls al
U.MACAREIIA
yBiMtiq''

fh of the 12 bells-h Inscribed r

Mexican Bulls ;;

with a oassace from the Psalms i

Workmen tl!de
Merry-Go-Round

All Day Long

SCHENECTADY, N. V.- (UP)
Workmen who operate a 40-foot
vertical boring mill at the Gen General
eral General Electric CO. steam turbine

department here figure they trav travel
el travel oae-balf the distance around

the earta each year.rr s
The production pieces are at

tached to a rotating table, similar!
to the bottom of a merry-go.

round. Tbe workmen' must ride
the table to make a constant

i check of the depth of the cut

being made on the piece being
machined. They calculate that on
a three-shift basis they travel
about 34 miles a day.

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Invites you to meet

llliss Yflarle Panayolti

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j Forrhfit Fashion and Figure
Consultant in our Brassiere
and Girdle department,
whose services are available.
' tomorrow. Monday, Jan. 28th
and Tuesday 29th, In bur Pa-nama-
SUrt only, completely -free
' of charge and without
' ; obligation to you, from
, a.M a.m.
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See oar wide selection of LIFE
bras and SKIPMES. Be fitted
for year special figure and
.' fashioa steeds at

PANAMA STORE. ONLY.

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TV. DESK, TABLE,
WALL. FLOOR

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DECORATING ;

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or e ery room

whatever your

in your nouse

decor modern, traditional or period

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And you dont pay one cent to participate in $
our WEEKLY STRAIGHT GfVE-AWAY RAFFLE

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(Your Purchase Slip plays)
Your Credit if Cooil
Use it oi

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THE COMPLETE HOME FCRNISHING STORE
4th of July Ave- At the sign of the clock TeL 2-21JI

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i aKD MRS. WILLIAM ELLIS LARSON Shown leaving
W"J?r" ErxLZu .,.v, oftpr their weddine Jan. 15. Fa-

Larson

of Balboa and tne vvm" u"

.VSrgini unnjfcm

itUuraii ctWAN 1OTERTAWS WJ1H COClttAIL. BUFFIX
JffoRfof VTsON iND DAUGHTER-IN-LAW

Mm'irlalttnf here, . A,
. idO : -v Mrs. UwrWUhs-to leave

of,

I 'itiintnnliinl

.AhfMina AnneuncM

St.. viririnia Cunninehm

i BiMa announces the marriage of
J' hawghter. Miss Maw Virginia

c unntnenam 10 Mr. wuiwm

Larson. .
7 The wedding took place at St
Vlftcenfa Church, Cocoll Jan. 15
with Fafter.tWUl Baldwin of(icat-

,.Th vm ir eminoyed -with tiie

.r.-ivi..,.! niatriL Ft. Amador,

Th groom u serving with the

TJ S. Wavy unm nig oikmikc
which should take placei n June
rf-nf "tut : T ircinri lea Vet t hi

f aervlce, the couple wlU make the
.1 V.Ma in rolfli.

'Miss Mair Le-wrto -I
Ms v Been "Tranerree1.

5 'The Executive Committee ,I

'9

r ark- tn New York recently -an-

: nr. i u: uir G. low-

Pan-
1m. hnn been j transferred- v.0

Z. V uixiim in rnlnmbia. f-,

'4 CARE TN YPtk-'witt shortly

11 announce Mrs. Uwrie'a puc
I h win nrnhabiv arrive In

it Panama sometime during the

J month ol Marcc

Don't Be
Disappointed

" To be" suitable for use in The
Panama American, news and

pictures of weddings should be j
AmMnmrrA nr mailnd to the II r

per as Soon a possible alter
the ceremony.
CommeKcial photograpnets
can9 supply glossy prints for
reproduction within 21 to 48
hour after the event, and
prospective brides are counsel
ed to employ a professional
photographer to cover the most
important occasion of their
lives.

f t'-KThiB newspaper's policy or

printing the news as soon
it occurs makes it mandatory
that we reject pictures hir.
stories, which are submitted
too late. -;
Forma for prospective bridea
and- engaged girls may be ob obtained
tained obtained from 'the Panama A A-?
? A-? mer'can office. 4

ttieAmador Theater Tuesday
MAMH;Mf t in o'clock. Cnilaren.

parents and friends are invited to.

'Two' years ago Sabar entertain
ed the children of St, ..Mary's
School, and helped to Taise funds
for the new school. Tuesday s
show will be primarily for chil children,
dren, children, but adults will find enter entertainment
tainment entertainment in it too.
-Sabar is a member of the in international
ternational international Brotherhood of Mag
cians and other magical societies,
and has given shows all over the
world. He has invented and con contributed
tributed contributed many tricks to the world
of magic, and his work differs
from that of most magicians In
that there is audience participa participation
tion participation in each trick.
Th.r. will be a nominal charge

of 25 )cents from each guest to
m tHuiw Thi Will

be given to St. Mary'i to help pay

off the scnooi, aep

her new assignment-lp February

Miss Elwabeth MeHuflh

Entertained WiHi Tea
Miss Elizabeth McHugh, who Is

a Regional Director of the Girl
Scouts' Council took a brief res respite
pite respite from her hectic official sched

ule to enjoy tea wiui a iew ww-
the Girt; Scout CouncU,

and representatives fithe Inter International
national International Girl Scouts and Panamas

Muchashas:

The tea. was-given at the Tivoli

Guest House r by ,.Pe pu o i r i
Scout' Counciw iM

Visiting Chemist . ) ;

Puts en Wiagie
Ta" Benefit St. MarV'a

rnr wizo Memveri

fort- A tea for memhers of WIZO;will

be given at Uie nome oi mrs.i ou-

sie Fallenbaum in, azna nu nqm-

iino de la Guardia streets at

T' Benefit St- MarV'a
?Mr. SamueiiShapirOria chemist
for the Engmeef .Corps at Ft. Bel- i f6mack
voir, Va. Jiwa onl an Inspection ipmutn

- ... '.J Tk

trm 1 entertaimns many iaui

miana with Wtinagic in his spare
time, .y r
i. eah.r th tnauician. he has

give free shows to the Palo Seco
Leprosarium and a performace
inn the members of the Doric

T Ado ",','. I

His next show will be in aid of

St.- Mary's and it will be held at

diavs. jwi torn

COINTREAU

7

p.m. Monaay.
All members and guests are in-
vipH

Following the tea there will be
an installation of officers for the

coming year

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VN VviTII MAGICI VN Sabar1 the magician demonstrates a1
. 'trick for an entranced audience as, he practices for the show
he will put on at Ft. Amador Theatre Tuesday at 10 a.m, for v
'children of St. Mary's School, their parents and friends. m

I

xcercii

P,- ' - :''V,'V
Lrr;';i''"'T
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hououet. Also on hand to erect her at the airport was Mrs.

Teodoro Arias, wife of one of Panama's distinguished doctors,

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" you will like it ;'
it is a

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Distribtrtors: CIA. CYRNOS, S. A.

fAXAMA j

COLON

Sagging stoinach muscles not
only spoil your figure, they're un unnecessary;,'
necessary;,' unnecessary;,' Doa't rely on a girdle
t Yin what vou vourself can ac-

ontnniish hv stmDle exercise. If

yiu want firm, young stomach mus mus-.u.
.u. mus-.u. nA therefore a smooth flat

tutnmy, make habit of touching

your toes 20 times eacn morning.
That's tall there is to it. At first,

your leg muscles will hurt and
you'll ache generally but that's
good. It means you're .getting re results.
sults. results. Keep your legs straight and
don't cheat by bending knees
slightly. If you can't even reach
your toes at first, keep trying. E E-ventually
ventually E-ventually you'll make the grade.
And late, when the going is easy

land you re oorea wun uie wbk
! ides, don't stop. Unless, of course,
iyou want an "outstanding" tum tum-imy.
imy. tum-imy.
I If you want a smooth, young young-looking
looking young-looking neck into the middle years,
AnrA an around looking for wrin

kles. One sure way to find them
! is to dig your neck down into your

, collar when you re reaainav n
i your book (in a good light) where
iyou can see it easily without
slumping. Hold V well up so youi
ihead is up, too. When you walk,
ilook about you. Look at scenery
land faces, not at the cracks in the
Isidewslk. You'll have a far more
interesting walk and you'll also i be
rewarded by a smooth" neck. In
i addition, use a" special throat
cream at night, one which is nch nch-'cr
'cr nch-'cr than the usual face ream.

1 a" shelf in the kitchen is a handy
place to keep a few beauty aids for
a quick touch up. You should have
h.nl InJinn and TOU should lift it

'after each dish-washing session.)

You should keep a mirror on or
fabove the shelf so that when the
! doorbell rings, you can check on
iyour appearance. Keep, a brush
'anri ramh thertf tOOi. f Of r QtJlek

! hair-smoothing. Add a 1 1 p tl t k,

powder and pun -and you u never
be caught at tout twa door looking
.like something oat- of- a comedy
I Whatever else you may want Me
'add to the shelf is matter 'of

personal choice but the things Just

namea are Basic aceas nar a avail
appearance. -. Sr..

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White Paper Review Of US Foriigh Policy
Faces Opposition From Democratic Leader

'WASHINGTON, Jart. 26 "(UP) "take it or leave it' procedure

which will bar amendments. They
originally planned to permit any
relevant amendments. 1
Fulbright's "white paper" pro
posal was quickly endorsed by

I some Senate -Democrats. -Sen.

Allen J. Ellender (D-La) 'joined
their ranks toda,-charging the
President's plan would "aggra

vate" rather than cure Middle

East tensions. i
But Johnson said the idea- was

advanced by "one senator." He
said he sees no reason why the

aanunisirauon snouia ODjeci to a

congressional review of U.S. for foreign
eign foreign policy if Congress desires It

"On. the -other hand." he said.

"t see no reason for. holding up

action on the President's resolu

tion until that is done. Undoubted.

ly mistakes have, been made. We
all make them. We are not

infallible.? ,. '-' - ?
. '' Historical Review .

Knowland agreed that the .For .Foreign'
eign' .Foreign' Relations Committee cap

make a "historical review y of
administration foreign policy if it

wants to.
But he said suctr. a study

"shouldn't delay action on some something
thing something the President regards as
vital to the defense of. the Middle

East and Europe and to our ownl

mutual defense. '

Sen. George D.,-'Aiken, (R-vt)

also accused some Democrats-

he named no names of. a con concerted
certed concerted effort to destroy". Dulles

"personally and poutjeaiiy:

Aiken, a member ot tne foreign

Senate Democratic Leader Lyn

don B." Johnson came out 'today
against a Democratic proposal
that Congress conduct a full re
view ? of administration foreign
policy before, acting on President

Eisenhower's new Middle East

Doctrme.

The Texan voiced his opposition

to newsmen ks Senate1 GOP Lead-J

er William l Knowland (Calif)

and other Senate Republicans

rained to tne defense of em embattled"
battled" embattled" Secretary of ;State John

i osier uuues. i
Oppeied To Revfew' :
Dulles (himself told', t combined
meeting of the Senate Foreign

Relations and Armed Services

committee' that he is unalterably
opposed to a 'white paper'' re review
view review of UiS, foreign policy before
Congress adts on Mr. Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's proposals.
, He said such a' study, as pro proposed
posed proposed yesterday by Sen. J,' Wil

liam Fulbright (D-Ark), would

pose "almost insuperable difficul difficulties"'
ties"' difficulties"' and hurt this country's
relations with Britain and France.

I can-, think of, nothing that
would damaee our .'relationship

more man to go through such a
process," be said. -

Dulles said such review would

mean endless delay in congres congressional
sional congressional action on Mr. Eisenhower's

request for authority to use eco
nomic aid and troops, if neces necessary,1
sary,1 necessary,1 to block i Communist-' pene penetration
tration penetration jof the .Middle, East. It was
the secretary's fourth day ,f
testimony. -

'; The House Foreign .Affairs Com Committee
mittee Committee approved the President's

pfoposala ,almostr;intact Thursday

uigiifc oyi vote or Z4 to 2." The
House is expected t add its over overwhelming
whelming overwhelming endorseinent next
week. But "Senate action is at
least two. weeks away.
House -leaders changed signals
and decided in hrina tU ...i

tion before the House under a

Scout News
MIm M Huoh Will AHesd '
Olstricr Meetings
uiri Scout Council ha

all of its Districts in r.i-H.r k,

aU interested Zonians may be giv-

-" "KWituuitv lis wrpor ivi laa

S'fiWwrtwr1 of Re Region
gion Region II Girl Sen t. nf tt.u.j

States of America. ;Miss McHugh,
a Reserve Lt. Co nnol In th. win

v A A t UC1 H laV aar TVAM Dau

to Rico and the Virgin Islands to
confer with the Board of the
,'.Girl c vbgkqcmfwy -emf
C,?,fL P Girl ,Scout Council.
While the general public la invit invited
ed invited to attend any and all,of the
District meetings, all parents, troop

Mrs, Jennie Stlckley,- the charming wife-of Mr. John L and r troop committee member
Stickely, President of Lions International, has been the Board members and other lead lead-honored
honored lead-honored guest at many social events given by the Lions of ers, consultants, neighborhood and
Panama. Mrs. Stickler, was met pn. her arrival In Tocumen troop eqmmittee' members Board
by the "Sweatheart" of the Lions in Panama Miss Maria? members an W InUre'sted a a-Elena
Elena a-Elena Ansola. who presented Mrs.4 Stlckley with va beautiful' I Xlts re 'espwiaDy Inviteri T All

uiccung win convene at 7:30 p.m
S,181 nl :whicl! includes Fort

iayion ana me west Bank com communities,
munities, communities, Summit and Gamboa will

meet Monday evening Jan. 28th
in. Room 513 of the Fort Clayton
Education -Center nUfrir, it i.

cludmg Fort Amador, ,15th Naval
District Headquarters, B 1 boa,
Balboa .Heights. Ancon. Diablo

Heights,.': Lcs-.Rios, s Corozal and

uurunau. -wia get together in the
American.. Legion- Club Lon Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evening, January 29th. District

i. au Atlantic Siders,. will con converge
verge converge on the Margarita Clubhouse

on inursday evening, Jan. 31.
All Board. -Members'1 are uronA

to attend the all-day Training Ses

sion next iTiaay, rebrusry 1st in

me voea &oio umcers Quo, com commencing
mencing commencing at 9 a.m. '.t
Ctrl Scouts Retreat Te fcl Vafle

Fourteen members of the post
HI Fellowship Of the1 Balboa Union

I Church left Saturday morning, for

AAA Camp at El Valle. At the
candlelight Installation this eve.
ning, the following officers will be
inaugurated: President Sgt. John
Boling; Vice-President John Do Do-herry;
herry; Do-herry; Secretary-Treasurer Miss
Helen Tilley, Social Co-Chairman
Miss-Nellie Holeersbn. and Mr.

Louis Hasemana, who is also the
retiring President of the group.
The -Post M Fellowship will eon-

i duct the remlar -wornhio ecrvice

iin the' MethodUr Mission Church
I in the 'valley on Sunday morning.;

The Group win return to coronado
Beach to have hincheon ss the
guests of Mrs. Kenneth Del Valle.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Walther, who
have devoted many bours assisting
in various projects of the group
have been invited as special guests.
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Allwn are
the Sponsors of the' Post Hi Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship of the Balboa Union
Church. - -.

Skmdivers OanV

Match Loon,'.:,.

Diving Duck

ITHACA, N. Y. (UP) -Try at

they wiH. skindivers have a hard

tim i trying to matcn the loon and
divine thick. ; K"

-Researchers a. Cornell Univer

sity have found some physiologi physiological
cal physiological and anatomical characteristics

that enable the loon and duck to

excel at unaerwur- sports.
Scientists have found that sped,
tacular changes in heart rate and
differences in blood composition

may be key factors permitting
these aquatic birds tor descend to

depths as great as 200 feet.x

Prof. Perry w. Gilbert taw

these changes SlSo may account

for the fact that the mrds can re remain
main remain under water for as long as

15 minutes. ,

Relations Committee, said., some
of the questioning has "gone be
yond the point- of constructive
criticism and assumed the char
acter of harrassment, embarrass
ment and .delay," r
I 4 J." h 1 f t w
Dulles, dealed Intensely during
his testimony a characteristic
which displays, itself when he 1 ia
irritsted.- --
He"" told the senators". thats ho
conferred' with Mr. Eisenhower

last night and that the .President
feels "just as strongly as. ever
about the peed for the program.
"The Miub of the' problem is
whether we are going to stop' in
ternational communism from- tak taking
ing taking over 1 the area and that can
Only be done by- action by Coi Coi-gress."
gress." Coi-gress." he said. -.:-, : -1
Dultbs -e'newed his argument
that any undue congressional de
lay in approving -.the? proposal
would jeopardize peace r.(iq' both
the "Middle .Est,-and, Europe ;
v v j- r v ;.
Plane's peisignedT
lnotej'Robms'';';
Ra i f road Ca r rr ; ;
"NEW YQBtf l.cTJPVThref ot
the nation's most famous types of
planes were designed in a railroad
car and two Mel Tooms.'-"
i V
Harold Mansfield,' author- '.'
new book !on raviation. Visier...

reveals v that the .B-25, t our top
global ijet" bomber, was deslgne"d

m a notei room an Dayton, Ohio,
on a Saturday night by five aero
nautical experts.',-.

They vfound '-. hardware 'storo
open, bought glue, plywood iid
carving tools -and ; built if seal
model that day.' The next day they
dictated a 32-page memo to a pub
lie- stenographer, outlining' their
thoughts.
. j , , -"The
PW-a," the leading 5 fighter
plane of its dayv was sketched out
by -Claire 1 Egtvedt, aeronautical
engineer, while, traveling in a
Pullman' car n ;: his' way homo
f:om Wahinffton. i

, ..)-.- i
The Monomail-, the first smooth
metal transport plane, .was 'pio-
peered by; Edward' Hubbard ; and
Claire Egtvedt. They; were : in a
Lo Aneeles--hotel .room:- durlni

'thfjszf air' races' and' sketched

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THE SUNDAY AMERICAN 1
MO W 2 Fliahts Weelclv
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Green Dear Mystery

- tans and a cOmbo, pack up their.

Will Ba Salved vi- r woiaaud bead for home.

', At Cristobal .Policeman's Ball '. I To mane sure that nobody ii.v

if linripr 'riteaKA from; the Office erts to. mora' than 15 ncrcent of

i f .Captain Eneg fYelpihi of the Green Door gloom, all violators;!

Crystal Ball ooiice. all Atlantic arc requested to bring their ball

Sld residents arc advised that the and chain in view of the shortage
ipen under his command are nowvof these utilitarian objects. It is
in the midst of tbeir annual' driv felt that some law may be vtolat vtolat--
- vtolat-- to round up all male and femalJ ed, too,' if any ticket holder Is seen
inlatnr nf anv statute.- reaula dancing m solitary. Cell orizes will

tion or decree pertaining to'gfoom'b'e distributed during the night asj

addiction behind the Green Door.

1 y:. A in past .years citation ucKeu,
'nther than immediate BTrestsV
'- will be, handed out by -VVllli-Niyy
rad"all other meirtfcers of ouf two two-tone
tone two-tone finest.) Judge Wda. Namletat
.;: of the .Majestay'i Straight Court
at" Crystal 'Ball has sanctioned

nee' again the payment of, the fee

.i pne ooiiar 10 De made nirecuy
sa-tha amllintf' nolic officer.;

; i ; s taken orally and secreted Internal-
All. offenders, howdver, will ly.Un addition,' a galaxy of eartlhy
V jMve to appear at the Green Door breath-taking stars will be Offered

uiponii violations .Bureau atruutj the piece de resistance of en-

gleom chasers for the paji liquido

ana oiner reiresnments that wiu
be available to wet the violators'

and -police, officers' whistles:

Since the new Prison Code re.
quires joviality at all- times 'of
c&nfinemenf .no mattter how short,

e,ven such deadly instruments an
weapons; s. the Screw driver;
Zombi. Dive Bomber. Block Bust

jer,-and Swish and Swash may be

jBtrangers V Club in Colon on Feb February
ruary February 195? and each; and every
1 defendant is reminded to brina a-

long Ms and her numbered cita
tian: ticket. The Bureau will be op opsin
sin opsin from 8:00 p.m.. until sunrbje the

following jay.' According to 'i the

iwiuwuii uuy. nccuratug ii ( uic so OOH t Stay t Up 0
.schedule.! fines' previously g etlnight wondering' what's

tertainment fof- the violators

For those defendants' who Way1
wish to sit down during the long
trlar, please call Jo at the Crystal
Ball, police-' station, 3-211V for ta

me reservations.

to don't .stay i up. night after

o

if'

lp,' thd standard' aentence will be

membership in the Police Buck-A
; Year Club entitling a-nd .ordering
the holder td dancing, fun' and en enjoyment
joyment enjoyment from the time of appear
- ance tinfl the jury,' the flpyaf Suf-1

behind Charlie's Gi-een Door. Yon

will flijd, out for .a dollar by at at-tehding
tehding at-tehding the Annual Police Ball at

me wagers' Uub on i Februarv

B,, ia,some time about half past

UU1U, it

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WiifeCouldo'tCwe Less
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What lngrfd Bergttiari Does

y DOC QUICC
' NEW YORK .fUP SometimM

. It seems to me that our public,!

. pystena ipasmi are getting back

to tne mas lunacy of the 1920s

'I doil't know how it 'has been
111' your town, but there has been
; ft- fceavy-hullabaloo iff Our town

recently, over., a Bergman -named
ingrtaY-l 1 :i.
: lAfter '34 highly and neatly
Jubllclzed h 6 u r s in New York,
111 Bergman- departed these
shores ."weary but smiling," as
..the papers said. ..

t, ix you a sk jne personally,., 1 say.

., t i t-.v,."

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Slalen Island Boasls
Oldosl Jchoolhouse
NEW YOR;- CUPi Wht
is bebeved .to.be. the eldest le-

vwAntlrv -ftnVinnl rtiiilriinfrin .t th

iTtiited State,i located on tat

if -The building xfiwed m i93.;jby
' i building. retored-1B 1939 'by

i the Slated island Historical so so-ciety
ciety so-ciety i knowi) .as ,w Voorieser.'a'
' House.' Voorleztr is a title the
' a- Dutclt applied. to A .layjnen hosen
to -t a c a school hd conduct
limlte-i!V?i!ees?-1n cflh)-

inunitiefttnMiSupport a rtg-

i ."?((''

i ; It it not:known. ncactly when thl
two-story' rtlapbpard, .building was
built, but the. first-mention of the
tructur In ; recorded history ap

pearl ia t. peea dated 168
. if 1" -.

I couldn't care ; tess what Ingrid
does whether uhe j conies, goes;
stays put, or shilly-shallies. What

eariniy miierence doei i tmake
Miss Bergman is an actrenn

Pretty fdir bhe,, with? a lovely face
and a fetching accent who had a
child by one mait while still mar

nea to anornerjnan. This comes
under. the category of forthright
action; if ootHIng else.
I-do jiot.BJmfe' before you today
to discuss ..morals rlicion. or thn

Llaw. For all I-know Miss Berg-

nin may oa a paragon of virtue,
with the rectitude, of a New Eng England
land England .church .steeple.', J believe,
however, that she has been aunt-

ed as -dubbing her action a "mis-

iaK. And she said it's how peo people,
ple, people, act ..after, their 'mistakes that
county r .f r
My interest is in the terrible ti-z-

sy thrown by this burg on the oc oc-cislon
cislon oc-cislon "of he? brief visit. You'll

have to pardon v me,- but I just
don't get ; it. I saw the red en engines,
gines, engines, but I didn't see the fire.

r-Before -her arrival, she ; was

dmaedrat tlring ljer views; over

AT BOARD' MEETING OF SCOUT COUNCIJ-Miss-. Elizabeth 'McHugh' (cerlterK.WhO is visit-
lng the Isthmus to instruct Girl flcout Councils- here is showrt with Mrs. William E. Potter
fdeft); wife( of the-Gqvernor of the Canal Zone and Mrs. aam8 p.,KltnOf presiden)l of the Girt
Bcotits' Council at a conference at', Albrooc jWetnebday. Misa: McHugh; ia : the ? Director Pf
ReKiin No. 2i Girl Scout of America. lr. r 1 .. t 1 '"

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OtiOn Over'Mt. Jills Rrrffmln 1m

dieatect'lustDcfore her tired-but'
toothy departure for Paris that it
would be a pleasure to get back
to Europe ,n where people aren't so

H hooray-happy vef her public1' and

upnvat 'Me,., ?.-,

1 'I'ttA n.ur I ..

feieoplarnanqt)

UiKin tKatr incornetby following

t ttaa tiiM rf Uost tKihMw.,; Jod 19tfi Monaco. Bride
Sr-7T;7"TTtargroon ia lion-pro.":.

radunandr. telovisieit At tha air

portirtho'-was interviewed in five

languages. She said she had 'nev 'never
er 'never -regretted anythtag,1 m r 'v
One paenist wrote:, "When she
stepped off the plane? shr dis displayed,
played, displayed, a smlla -that would melt

the h.ear of an income-tax collec

that's firii. Bet her smile. But

jet us notge into a kingsize cou

nt!

STAMP8 OF APPROVAL-History keynotes a pew aeries -'
of French postage stamps, to be issued beginning November 12,
IThe series' has internaUrnal flavor, a tho men rronord repre.u
sent Italy iPetratch 1.. the United "States (Franiilin) and. The

s -r. Netherlands (Van Gogh;, as welt 'at Trance 'Lulli,. Roujflcali

here, let us. hope it is with some
of itie Quletuda that marks the

entering and exiting of her once once-celebrated
celebrated once-celebrated countrywoman, G. Gar-

no. Nothing;, iptires me happier

man me tact mat ureta; nas
achieved ;her desire to be alone

in public. ...
In- amiitions such as thia.it Is

a "pleasure to recall the item -car-
wAJA !. tUm. -U ..... k.i.ifl...

1 icu uj uiv Bijuw-vuBiiical news

paper Variety about a wedding
et year. .-.V'-
"Married Grace It 111 to

ranee nainier xna ara. Aoru inn

and 19th Monaco. Bride is film

"i,""'' jail I J-1
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THr LONC-AWAITED DRY SEASON EVENX

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OUR BEAUTIFUL BUFFET!

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tacho Ascamca at the rraau

tijtfy yvnrtelf tt'l cbeapcr
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Big Hew Rock 'H' Roll HI!

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DONTKNOGKTHE

on Thursday at Ihe Bella Visla

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-Man, yOoli reatly flip yaor wig when yen see Colum-'
ir rtrUrfi -DOITT KNOCK THE ROCK," wbJch apena on
Tbnrsday at the Bella YteU Theatre, 'f f
, It's got tvrilhlnf."A'Veal coel-eetioir of iop reck per performers,
formers, performers, lnclndias; Bill Haley and his Comets, Alan Dale,
Alan Freed, tbe Tresler. Little Elchjtrd -and- Dave AppeU
and Bis Applejack, Jerada and Jimmy Ballard arc featur featured
ed featured It I a real gone show! DIG ME?
' .1 v '
Ittineaaber Low racLmtaBCl Haler and hit Caihets
rUed 'em In tha aisles, and even tbe square In Old Eng England
land England to tbe beat 11 ben "Kfc Around Tha Clock" wa shown
rente? Well, to same gnya bave vui oat "DO NT KNOCK
-THE KOCK" aad rrea year gTandmanmy will Jump for
thkfc;- Y,-.,
And bits? Dit tb 'ewnaa: TALtfVO Att COMETS.

f nrrr nx. biddy bi ddt." "rip it vr," -hook, line

AND SINKIR," ILTfl FRITTI, "LONO.TAIX SAIXT.
IK)NT BOCK THE KNOCK," and Mt tnote! v
' Tha pttfara at all abeat what htppene wben a big-nama
roek sinter, played by Alan Dale, f back to his hometown
and nm lnt a hanch f aoaarea b dont want him and
hi hand areaad. Man, there's Mro real craty )ajareea
In this and plenty f great wailing and fancy fnanpin'.
Haley and bis Comets her really got it, and eaa this Dale
ing'. - ... t .",.. .. ,
, to play t rl and get with It Daat asisa tt!

MAKING YES-AND-NO

SHOWS TEEN-AGER

THE FACTS

LISTS

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For further Information Consult 'your Travel Agent of call onr Office,: Tel.

. v Justo Arosemena Between list ana ?zna ,is. v.,"

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"My mother just won't let me

do anything," a ,J5year old girll

watts in a letter to. this column.:
That .is- a -common erv from

teen-agiirs hurrying to grow upj

Yet eacn teen-ager leeis it is hl 1
or her- problem alone.. i
I would like to juggest to the)
writer of this letter, and.. ,to. ny

other.' teen-ager who feels his par
ents-'are more strict than, anybody

else s, a.
Counting.

else's, a, it 1 1 e, exercise in ac

h For rone montH on one sheet of
paper list everything you have
permission td do. This should .in .include
clude .include shows you attend, ball
game's you gof to; rparties your
mother okays, friends vyou have
over to spend the night and all

the rest' of the "plui-T.'itemr..

'..Put .down evervslnsle. thina

you are allowed ; to do. jthat. you

want to ao.. -Then
on another sheef 'of taoer

put down the things 'ydii Wanted

to -do out -wnicn. werwi t permueia.
Be fair on this, list..putiinr down

only ; those thing yolihonastly

think you should bavei;beh. at
lowed to ilo.-Dnn'l..list anv 'crazv

udeas-.you didn't ,evetf -hop' your

parents 'Would go c along 'with.
Computed .fclsts, Ma, Centairt

i Then at the end '.-tf.thk month
look at the two lists. It may come

as i great shock1 to you to find

that .you have actually, been, al allowed
lowed allowed to do a' great many more
things tha you wera prevented
from doings"---'.''.'' ... f.i
1 The average teeu-ageM Illowed
to do 1 nine things ottt.f any 10,
forgets aboul the nine 1 and wails
"I never get to do anything" when
tbe tenth comes along.
So be fair enough-to your par par-erts
erts par-erts to keep a -strict accounting
for a while. ;i
If it should turn- Out that your
"No" list is larger i than your
"Yes" list which. Isn't likely likely-just
just likely-just showing thtf 'lists v to four

parents may convlncetUem they
actually ARE -beinjOoo quick 'to
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Bullfights al
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f"
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i THE tmnUT AMERICA!

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Editor: CONRADO S ARC E ANT

.Teams
5 Chesterfield.. ...
Cerveza Balboa
? Carta Vieja.,

TODAY'S GAME At Colon
7 Chesterfield (Davie 3-3) vs. Carta Vieja
t- (Killeen 4-3).
s' Game Time: 10 a.m.

fl ft,

festerf ielct Cartlf iejr
; atColon Stadium Thisa.m.

Sj! w fiaebafl-hungry ; Colon fans, .who haVe fiot yet got
jvj Jh1' disappointment of haViny- a gamewhich had
been announced for Colon (Stadium Dec. 13 canceJIecfi will
? Somewhat compensated tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock

wjfen .the .Chesterfield Smokers meet j the Carta. Vieja

, ', Yankees- at Colon St&dium.

' ;'' The contest will probably

the Jasf. place Yankees to get back intb: perinant conten conten-,
, conten-, tipn'befare the season ends Feb- $.'. ''':-.H.::'
jl The league-ieading Smokers pushed the Yankees ihree
1 jjapies behind; wheij they beat .them twice Friday night
, ajnhV Olympie : Stadium." V; r:.- f:'-'
Jjjk'Cttfta -'VJeja- ha only, five more, games to play
. -Pitchers foroay's game tare the Smokers' jerry
i DJiSi (.3) and fevans Killeen, (4-3). s
. ThA next Pfo League gajme is sfchfcdlfjed.for .Ttie4day
nigral th:':Oryrij)Jc.4Shidli; Whwi tttervwa Balb&a
6ermen;and- th Yankees meet. 1
UST)M Beermert are spending the -weekend th in in-tViiV
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Schedules For 16th Annual
PujuetnuiV Canal (Association
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Tbe -schedules- for'the five-
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doubled and singles, In the an
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Fire Mafc Teim Bowl'n 1
Schedule 1
Alley 7.00 p.m. Sat. Feb. 2
1. Anchor f (C.P.O.)
2. Cristobal Pol (Marq. Men's)
3. Xgewood; (Classic)
4. El Panama' (Classic)
5. S. Agency (Classic)
6. Aces ; (Classic)
7. Austin (Classic)
8. AtianticoV (Mare. Men's)
Alley 7:00 n.m. Sun. Feb. 5
1. Tasco (Cosmo Mixed)
2. -Na.vaF.StaM
Coco Solo i(Marg. Men's)
3. Sioux '(Commercial)
4 .Carlo: (AF.b. lmerm.)
5. Apaches (Commercial)
6 Quartermaster ; (A.T.S.)
7. Ebonites Balboa Men's)
C. Ft. Gullck
Stars (Ft. Gullck Men's) :
9:00 p.m.
Alley
1.
2.
3 ...
4. Tivoll Motors (Cosmo Mixed)
5. Wright's services (A.T.S.O.)
7. R.C. Nehi (Major)
8. 778th band (A-F.B. InterotV
Alley 7:00 P.m. Mon. Feb. 4
l. H.I. Homa C. (Major)
2. Sleepers (Curundu Mixed)
3. El Bancho (Major)
4. Lucky Strike (Major)
5.. Seymour Agency (Major)
6. Fuerza y Luz (Major)
7. Stemle & Son (Major)
8.
9:00 p.m.
1
2.
3
4
5. Kobbe
; Dreamers (Ft. Kobbe Mixed)
7. Vespa (Balboa Men's)
ft.. S. Agency (Cosmo Mixed)
DOUBLES
Alley 9:00 p.m. Tuesday Feb. 5
1. Ray, Roby;
Rodgers, H., Hume
2. Voss, pahl;
Irwin, Folger
3. Nunes, cascio;
RIO
35c.

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BESOS PROHTBIDOS
; Also:
PENSION DE
: 'ASTISTAS

i Ubben, Kunkel
4. Almeda, Lane M.;
4 Lyons, Charters
' 8 Van Ernst, Hughes
u Branicki, sterling
4. Bernhardt, Holda;
Peca, Pilachowsky

Alley
7:00 pjtu, Wed. Feb.- f
Nelson, Minor;
Bembenek, south
Best, Balcer."
Ramsey; Booth
Merry, O'Laughlin ;
Lowande, Coleman K.
Stevenson.' Terraa:
i.
4.
Wheeler, Toland
5. Melanson, Bates;
. Soyster, Rodgers W.
6. Boyer, Snellbaker;
Schmidt, Albritton
Alley 9:0 p.m. Thur. Feb.
a. Knotteck, Lajara;
1 Miller, stlnson
Z. Luttenberger. Labeau;
Moorman, Finnegan
9. Bartram, Headspeth;
i Wickham, Walker
4. Hicks, Kinkendall;
Lopatin, Myers
5. RobinsoniRudy;
. Barbour, Banks
C Hoppe, Hogan;
Nessle, .Morrow
AHey : 7:00 p.m. Fri. Feb.
1. Imamura, seamans;
KiUgallan, Davis
2. Hammer. Edwards;
Stilsonj Spinney
3. Halliday, piotrowsky;
Martin, Stewart
4. Tully, Guest;
NDevoll, Oesterle
5. Colbert. Coffey:
William J., Kelly A.
8. Gravas, Frenceschi;
Wlnquist, Gleichman
SINGLES .... .....
Alley ..7:00 p.m. ..Tues. Feb. 5
1. Rhotteck, Miller, Barbour
2. Stlnson, Voss, Banks
3. Paul, Folger, Gleichman
4. Van Ernst, Hughes, Thomas
5.
6
7. ......
8. ......
Alley
Wed. Feb.
1. Ray, Rodgers H., Hume A.
. 2. Nelson, Minor, imamura
3. Seamans, Bell, Ramsey
4. Merry, OLaughlln, Booth
5. Wheeler, Toland, Melanspnj
8. Bates, soyster, Schmidt
7. Enellbaker, Albrltton, :
Almeda, Lyons
8. Charter, Luttenberger,
Lowande, Coleman K.
Alley 7:00 p.m. Thar. Feb. 7
1. Nunes, Cascio, Ubben
1 Kunkel, peca, Pilachowsky
3. Moorman, Fmengan,
Headspeth
4. Bartram, Labeau,
Walker, Nessle
5. KiUgallan, Davis,
Hammer, Edwards
6. Morrow, Branlckl,
..... Sterling, Bernhardt
7. Holda, ROdgers W.,
Best, Kirkendall
fv topatin, Hicks, Rudy, Hogan
Alley :00 p.nV- Fri. Feb. 8
1. Stilson, Halliday, piotrowsky
2. Spinney, Martin, Stewart
3. Tully, Guest, Detail,, Balcer j
4. Colbert, Coffey, ;Y J
BOyer, Gleichman
5 '. :'i-:;-'"
6 1
, S
Racetrack Tips
By CONRADO
1 Lanero
2 Marcelita
3 Soberano
; Bacana
, Sollte
" ts Rubia
4 Riqui
5 Takeaway
8 Reflector
7 Gourmet
8 Tinela
9 Pappa Flynn
18 Starwick (e)
y Dr. am
Portal
Genisarito
King
Kalaln
, Faun
Resnelto
Todoy i nconto J5 20
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Dan Dailey hi j j-"BEST
"BEST j-"BEST THINGS IN LIFE ;
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Today IDEAL IS .15
Triple Program I f
"Invasion ef Body Snateher
CRASHING LAS VEGAS
"MONTANA DESPERADO

VICTORIA
25c 15c
MYSTERY OF THE
BLACK JUNGLE.
" -.Also:
THE SLUGGING
FLMPINEL

20c

-Race Track Graded Entries
PJr Hart Jockey $." Ctmmmt ' J Oiit

Trt Rt 6th StriM'Imp. Fti.Furtt $400.00 feel Clettt 12:45

FIRST RACK
1 Rutilant
2 Bacana
3 Rada M
4 Lanero-
5 Morenote i
TliamaM-
7 Tom Collins
8 Cambrioleur
R. L Gil 114
A,- Vasquez. 115
F' Alvarez 413;
R. Vasques 120
O. de Le6ri 108
R. Cristian 113
F Sanchez-"' 97)c
F Gatica 102
2nl Hi'f Nativat 'l yi Fft.
. SECOND RACE
1 Marcelita
2 Justina
3 Elenita
A Vasquez 118
R. Cristian 114
G. Vasquez 115x
4 Daniel
B. Aguirre 108
G. Sanchez 117
' O. de Leon 109
A. Gonzalez 1Q3
5 Solito
8 (Black Bee
7 (Julie
3r4 Rc

'Non-winn.n" Nit, 4 fgi. Fun $250.00
ONE-TWO.

1 PieldeAsno F. Hidalgo 112
2 Transaction G. Vasquez 102x
3 Aneellta B Baeza 105
4 Guacamaya R. Gomez 104
5-Soberano C. Ruiz 112
6 La, Rubia R. L. Gil 104
4lli Raeo -a-C"
1 Riqul
Nilv 6 Foi.

QUINIELA
B. Aguirre 115 Should be runnerup
L. Gutierrez lllx Rider handicaps
G. Visquez 07x Lightweight may help
F. Hidalgo 108. Distance seems short
A. Ycaza 113 Was never better
B Baeza 107 Reportedly Improved
R. Cristian 120 Excluded from bettin.

2 Yosikito
3 Jachalin
4 La Enea
6 Dr. Bill
8 Joe
7 Tully Bar
5th Rim "D" Notlvot '6 Ffi.
1 La Guararefia O. Gortez ill
2 Ika G. Vasquez 105x
3 Portal ,H. Gustlnes 105x
4-Takeaway R. L. Gil 113
5 Destello O. de Leon 113
6th Raco 6th Sorioo Imp. 1 Mllo
, FIRST RACE OF
1 .'Windsor
D. Cortez 111
2 Reynold
3 Am Maid
E. Ortega 103
H. Gustines lOOx
G. Sanchez 108
O.' de Le6n 116
B. Baeza 113
4 Hip6crates
5 Rellector
6 Genizarito

7th Rico 5th Sorio imp, t MiloFiino $500.00 -SECOND
RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 Dianalicia
2 L. Girdle
3 Quiescence
4 King
5 M. Beam
6 Gourmet
7 Vedette ?
8 Bradamln
9 (Dun
10 (Gay Spot
fMGreco
A. Vasquez 113
G. Vasquez 106x
O. de Leon 115
F. Hidalgo 115
G Montero 115x
F. Alvarez 120
" R. Gomez-115
r-. A. Ycaza J13 r
"R. Cristiin 113
J. M. Bravo 104
B, Baeza 105
8th Race "F" Nativoa 6 Ti.

QUINIELA

1 Calalii O. de Le6n 113
2 Tinela R. Cristian 117
3 Carlota K Flores 118
4 Folletito H. Gustines 105X
5 Fru Fru R. G6mez 118
6 Conquistador V. Brown 108
7 Avispa G. Sarichez 108

9th Raco 3rd Sorioa Imp. 7 Ft.
One-two

1 Gavilan
2 Plateado
3 Rosier
J. M. Bravo 113
F. Alvarez 115
A. Ycaza 110
V. Castillo. 115
B Aguirre 113
G. Vasquez 107x
4 Patan
5 H. Park
6 Pa vinetto
7 Double Four O. de Le6n 110
8 P. Flynn R. Cristian 118

10th Raco 5th Sorio Imp. 1 MiloPurao $500.00 Pool Clout 5:40
' N .....
1 Suzerain J. Gongora 115 Returns from layoff 15-1
2 Escasay B. Aguirre 108 Usually close up 4-1
3 Fenix . O. de Le6n 108 Would pay nice oddj 1 5-1
4 Andes ; B. Baeza 118 r-Distance to liking 8-1
5 Panlcus A. Ycaza 110 Racing to good form V 10-1
8-r-Resuelto -R Visquez 115 Hard to beat here 3-2
7 (Starwlck J'-'R. Cristlin 118 Seeks repeat victory EVEN
8 (Hablando v F. Alvarez 115 Also won lasf EVEN

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"HELL ON FRISCO BAY"

OF THE DOUBLE

Early.speed improving
Jockey should help
Dangerous contender
Form indicates
Nothing to date ; ;
Seems washed lip
In "elimination" maybe-
-Failure thus far
' 3-1
2-1
4-1
5-2
10-1
15-1
25-1
121
Fuft $275.00 Pool Cloits 1 :15
OF THE DOUBLE
Has beaten better t 2-1
Usually disappoints 2-1
Runs well at times 10-1
--Could be upsetter 4-1
Consistent little raeen 3-1
Distance could help 4-1
Must go lower 4-1
Pool CIoim 1:45
Unknown quantity .10-1
Has shown nothing 15-1
Should be close uo 3-1
Still plenty green : 1 10-1
Bracmour-Dust Over 1-2
Good early speed 2-1
Puna $350.00
Pool CIoim 2:20
EVEN
15-1
8-1
4-1
3-1
3-1
Porto $JOO.OO Pool Clom 2:55
Jockey knows her
Dangerous this time
Distance a bit short
Should be runnerup
Excluded from betting
3-1
2-1
2-1
.3-2
XXX
Puna $400.00 Fool Clom
THE DOUBLE
3:35
Disappointed In last 5-1
Completely washed up 15-1
Ran well in last 3-1
Bad legs hamper 20-1
Won last time out 3-2
Distance in favor EVEN
Pool Clom 4:05
Last was excellent
Not against these
Could score at price
Will improve here
Nothing in months
Seems best on form
Must go, lower
- Improvlng. slowly
Better each week
8-1
10-1
10-1
3-1
30-1
3-2
15-1
4-1
4-1
Not much Chance
Apparently outclassed
4-1
4-1
Puna $275.00 u Pool Clom 4:40
-rCould make it 2 straight
-wBest early speed .
Ran well in, .last
2- 1
3- 2
4- 1
10-1
15-1
20-1
3-1
Must go lower
Returns from layoff
Tough spot
Has speed, falters
J
Puno $650.00 Pool Clom 5:15
1 :
Would pay again
-Better chance this time,
On the way down
Will fight it. dut
Returns in good shape
Set early pace, tired c
. 10-1
, 3-1
.15-1
3-1
. 10-1
' 15-1
5-2
' 2-1
Dangerous factor
Jockey xould. decide U
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In $650 Seveii

Reginald Douglas' speedy Gavilan seeks his see
ond straight upset victory in the featured $550 seW
en-furlpng sprint for third series imported horse$

,7 iW"wu ai u jrrcsiaeni; icemon racetracK.' 1

His main opposition U mota4

to be furnished bv' nrobabl mil.:

ft and Patan, ; Other (scheduled
Wu-ters are Hosier, Hurling Park.
ravmetto and Double Tour. ;
Jose M. Bravtk, will asrain 1in.
die Gavilan's reins in m nrt tn

duplicate last week's $44.20 upset
over a jrt lie.- Gavilan's good Ume

or i :j -z-s ror tne eight furlongs
indicate that he will once more be
tougn nut,to crack. if j
Pappa FLvnn. second1 In Ravliaii
last weeie, will have a much bet better
ter better rider in the saddle this time.
Cristian Rebolledo,. just back from
Chile and Colombia, has the leg
up on the Stud..',La Enea star.
Patan, a disappointing third
last week, could improve suffi
ciently to take it all. Virgilio Cas-
cienuy io taxeit auVirgilio Cas
tillo replaces Fernando Alvarez a

Pacific Softball League

By HENRY CLARK
STANDINGS
' - W L 'Fct,
fPan Liquido LV.'.5 1 '.83
I ipvanaa i
lasco Batteries vfi,3 v 2 i.600
Lou Glud Agency -W.i 2 .600
20th. infantry, i.
Ft. oKbbe 2 2 .500
USA Signal Ser. ....0 0 .000
' Next Games
Monday, Jan. 28 Lou Glud
Agency vs 20th. Infantry wi
Tuesday, Jan;. 29 CerveceQJ
ac. vs. uha jsignai service.
Wednesday. Jan., 30 Tasco
Battenes vs Lou Glud Agency,
Thurday's Results
Loud Glud 17 USA Slg. Ser. 3
. Lou 1 Glud'8 Stars destroyed
USS Signal Service hopes of en-
enterinc the win colmn. The fi
nal score was 17 to 3.
Frlti Cheney eav- the? Stars
extra power wnue hurling a. bril
Ex-Pirate Manager
. Mix:-
Goes To Hospital
With Kidney Ailment
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. Jan. 26'
Wf) Former PittsbUreh Pi
rates manager Billy Meyer was
admitted to a local hospital last
night with a kidney ailment.
The 64-year-old veteran of some
o aiamona campaigns as ..re
ported in "satisfactory condition
Unofficial sources said he might
unaergo surgery sometime next
week. ., ,,
Meyer named the Major
League manager of the year in
1948 when he led a team describ described
ed described as a "bunch of old veterans on
their last legs" to a fourth place
National League finish. v

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.Double : Four;

Furlong Run
while Alvarez will1 attempt to e
lucouu uavn. uv me win eircie

The. latter '- woB--v"twi r atraisiii

races under Alvarez h n ktn&,

only to finish 1 a-, poor fourth, last
week with' Blaa Aeuirra in th

saddle !-!.v:ii'f-vi;j.'i;:;. t'lrafe"
Double Four. iB mnraiiiitva mi

set winner last week whea he xe
turned from a layoff, could repeat
again at Juicy :odds.sOsvaldoi de
Leon will do the booting. . v
Rosier ( Aleiandro Ycn7 V WrT

ing Park Blas, Aguirre)i and Pa
vinetto' (Gilberto Vasauez dnn't

figure to- give the; favorites loot

much trouble. Hurling- Park iis,
returning from a jengthy layoff
. Nine other races, Including ,i
interestihg $500 mile race for fifth:

series: thoroughbreds, complete
the program. '?"

liant? two-hitter for hia third
win. Jim Hunter,', ex-member of
the stars squad, made his pitehr
lnor debut but ave wav tn. p..
Keith in the second after eet

ting shelled in l 2-3 inninga al
lowingr 9 runs And 5 hits., alonsf
wlthi ft free passes, C. Asberf t

was the Signal' third pitcher
mis was no match on a com

parative basis. ;From vthe dperw,
ing : half,'', victory fled through,

ror stars. Abe Flynn and WaK
ly Trout both of Glud,, hit the
game's homers.; v : ;: f j
Pounding ?, out -three singles
ahd atriple in five trips-tov the.
plate, ser.ond-sacker A. "Huster
took batting honors of the day.
The box scorej 'srj...
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Malene, 3b ...4,,4 ; 4 a
Jones, cf i . . .3. -42 i.vVj 1

Flyn, tl t i,v.Alm.)lXf

Troutj lb ..iV..4 1 f.l
ae ia aMier, si ..z -VI i l
Dunn, c, rf ,t. 3 0 0
Cheney, p ...4 '14:1,.
Totals
.20 17
H
tJSA Signal Service

Talmadge, lb 2 ,v 1
Nacy: 3b .....;... 0 0

Perkins. 2b ...3 1 1
Martin, cf ;;-..i.'..";.;2 -f- Q 9
Lopez,' c ...........2 l l

Hoyng, ss 1 0 .0
Gilroy, If 0 -0 0-
Schmitt, If ...3 0 0

Martine, rf .,;.i;-.2 J 0 0
Keith, p ............2 0 0
Hunter, p a . .ff ; 8 "0
Asbery, ...'.....i.O tj 0
Totelv ...........20 3 2
Score by Inninrt: v -L.
Q. Agency 840 005 3-17 11 1
USA.' Signal v..-.
Service 100 101 03 2 8
Umpires:1 Marv Metheny. and
Kosik. Scorer: Clark. ; ;. v
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"C-" y",p;,' 'f--. THE AMERICAN

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By HARRY GRAYSON
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JANE WILSON (center) of Gtillck Heights turned In an out out-tnataK
tnataK out-tnataK performance at' the AAU ae isroup swim meet held
at Gamboa January 19 by winnlnR every event in her age
group. Jane now hold the Canal Zone record for the foljow
ine events lfti the- seven-yeaf-pld age .group ,forglris: 25 yd.4
freestyle, 18.7; 25 yd. breaststroke, time 31.0; 25 yd. but but-terflyT
terflyT but-terflyT thne 30.4; 25 yd.-fcacfcstroke, time ?7.5, andthe 100, yard
indlviUual. medley In. 2: H,7. Madelon Ebner plaoed sceond and
Helen Dillon third iii the- 2fr-yard. freestyle event for iseven-,
Vi r-t. --year-old girls.

Dulldog

terscholast

In

Against

s Could Strengthen

ic League Lead

ers

Tig

Tuesday

Night

4 Boxing

men list no fewer than 56 matches

rthat : would" draw more important

money, yet television viewers sc

the same bid faces playing to near

empty nouses. -'
Taking Rocjcyr Mareiano 1 at his
word that, be is a retired as Jackie
Robinson, U of these bouts .would
bring out i heavy weights AT h e y
would introduce t to metropolitan

centers Eddie Machen, who alrea already
dy already has established .himself as a

definite tnreat, ; ana rai, wcmuii wcmuii-say,
say, wcmuii-say, a bright prospect out of Ta Ta-coma.
coma. Ta-coma. :&-teitft,.iw'p
, The program arranged for .Madi .Madison
son .Madison Square Garden after the. ice
show and for what long" was1 the
rirhest weeks' of the Indoor Wi

lson further illustrates that the5 ring

i monopoly did not' end .with' the
fdemise lof the International fibb

ing-Managers' Guild.' '
It's the same old diet Isaac
Logart and Yama Bahama, wel welters;
ters; welters; Feb. 1: Isidno Martinez and

Bobby 1 Courchesne; feathers, r eh

Npal Rivers and sower weoq,

middles; reb. 15; and Paolo Rosi

and Baby Vasquez, lightweights,

Mar. 1, Ho-huml -.

In1 th short' space of. 1 year.

four youngsters mpyed into rank

ing 'TMSltflnS. u- .;;--- 7 f

Machen and Rory Calhoun, the
middleweight J.Marciano, have
reached a point where they are
within months Of a title shot.. L.

C. .Morgan; lightweight, and',
cardo Moreno, leather, gamed

snots in the rahngs during 1856.

Jerry Luedee,. mwaie; sugar

Hart. weltert an Carlos OrU2,

liBhtwelffht. became" TV-rheadliii

ers. Roy Harris," iexas-evy,
nd Walter Byars. welter, made

ranid m-Mress. ..

, Such an authority ; The Ring
macazlne says -this year's crop

holds just as much promise.

There are all; sorts ,oi encour

aging signs. -Highly satisfactory.

new and vouu champions ; arc

Floyd Patterson and Gene Full Fullmer.
mer. Fullmer. The welters have a new
and attractive challenger in Gas,

par Ortega, ine ugniwemuw -m
Larry Boardman, etc.
The talent appears to still be

there despite the acute shortage

of clubs brougnt aooui Dy na national
tional national telecasting. What the beak
busting business seems to need

fhpn. arc oromoters ana maicn

i TririT"fflr1"-l.iimiiin inr irr-t mUTWfa Anillli .., , lmL i ,., iir,r ii,,., j

- ia'lboa High 1 School' basebaU
team, currently on the top. of the
. Interscholastic LeaguejUtte.chas
will have th p P or tun 1 1 y to
strengthen their position this Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night at Balboa S ti a d la
when they take on the Cristobal

Tigers. The 'first, pitch, is scnea

This will be' the' second meeting wats te have Kirkland sady to

this vear of, the two teams. In the

initial encounter the Bulldoga won
$ to 1. Since then they have won
an Interscholastic .. League- game

frftm I.e.. 7-1-- and SDlit even in

tva Twilight League games. They

lost -to Lucky .; Strike 4 lo ana
won an amazing 18-10 fiasco from.
i Hi-Mii Devils i

,,Fast balling Wayne Wall will in

all probabmty get tne starung noa

from coacn raui ivarsi wr ju ju-dav'a
dav'a ju-dav'a same.) Wall limited the Ti

gers to 4 hits in their first game

and 4 days later held the Green
Devils to 3, Dingles. Kingsized
Bruce Bateman will do the receiv receiving
ing receiving of Wall's smoke ball. He has
been behind, the plate in all the

Bulldog's games this year and

, has. shown Aice improvement acb
time out. .." -ja-'-
Karat is set on his infield of Bob
Hamilton at first, captain Owen
Sutherland at second, Dan Wink Wink-loski
loski Wink-loski at short, and Ritchie More
at the hot -corner. Hamilton has
been- doing an excellent job both
defensively, jind witlj the bafc The.
othet. beya haven't' delivered the
hit'sfe expected -of- them yet, but
Karat feels- they will star. most
anr;,'.'d ay now. : .f";.
Jiuthe "outfiled the Bulldogs have

fleet ; footed4. Charlie French in

center, French- plays his position
well.andfhas the- speed to pull
down 4nany- a ball that would oth otherwise
erwise otherwise go for a hit. F 1 a n k i n g
French will be Don Ryter in right right-field,
field, right-field, and probably George Trim Trimble
ble Trimble in left. Karst isn't sure at this

will be Trimoie

the pull pen just in case Wall gets

into trouble.vso he is somewhat
hesitant mbouC starting- him itrtr-e

field. k ,..-.iV-,.,'
' :Tbe Tigera- will, have anyone of
tHree" pitchers ready I for the Bull-'
docs. Ray Croft lid a fine job a-

ous enough to ignore the clique

which has beert running ineiwonw
and make matches that will bring
back the real fight fan. ; -'
Before the fight, Abe AtteH rati
up and down the boxing beat tell telling
ing telling "all who .cared to listen that;
Sugar Ray Robinson wOuld cuf up
and stop Gene Fullmer. ; Joe Loui.
nicked Jersey Joe :iWalott. ''E

r.rH rhaHp and Archie Mooro

over Rocky Marciano, Moore over

Floyd Patterson ana Komnson ov ov-pp
pp ov-pp Fullmer.

Not -unlike their racing and

baseball .counterparts, good fight-,
ere inn have been notoriously

noor prognostieators. Practically

THESE SIX MEMBEJR9 of the Fort Clayton Junior Rifle. Club won .trophies for, their effi efficiency,
ciency, efficiency, In attendance and conduct at Club meetings and scoring lri Club matches. .The tro trophies,'
phies,' trophies,' covering the' period "between June and December, Were awarded in ceremoniej held recently-
at Fort Clayton. Col. Peter S. Peca,' co mmanding officer of Tort Clayton,' made the
presentations. : The reciplehts are (left to '-right) Ricky Horn, 11; Anthony Wagner, 12; Paul
Bennett, 18;' Mike McQlung, 12; Herman Wilkinson, 17; and Faye Morris, 14. McClung,. Wag Wagner
ner Wagner and Horn Von first, second and third prizes, respectively, in the U to 13 year old group.
Bennett, Miss Morris and Wklnson won first, second and third prizes, respectlvely- ln the 14
to 18 year old group. . .' v- (U.S. Army PhoUT)

TwinbillAtMt. oplSfcy;

Ffencisco Dehii :
Wins Rapid Transit
Chess Tournament
1 i' i'-A
A i'-A "Rapid Transit" chess tour

nament : between the Balboa YM

CA,and the" Panama Chess Club
was held last Wednesday' at the

oaiooa v mca-usu. r rancisco De Dens
ns Dens of Panama won the : tourna tournament
ment tournament :with a Mcore. nf m

losses over Homer M. Weeks of

uaiDoa with 15 wins and one loss.
' The unique factor in the tour

nament was the use of an electric
timer, which required the players

w) Jiiae meir inuves wunin len
seconds. This made the match in

teresting for spectators and extra
challenging for the players.
The match was very well at

tended) and the help of Luis Fa Fa-rrugia
rrugia Fa-rrugia of. the Panama Club as
score keeper. was greatly aDDre-

fciated. Twenty one players in all

attended from' both clubs. '

. Jose- Forde of .Panama

Sports-; Briefs":

CHICAGO, (UP) The Chicago
Cubs today selected William Klose",
one of their oldest and most-devoted
fans, to throw ou the first
ball before the opening .game
against the Milwaukee Braves on
April- 16.v Klose, 81, first saitf, the
Cubs 1 play 'in 1886. J

(UP) '$2ab--

BOSTON, Jan. 26 (UP)

eral Manager Joe Cronin; of the

Boston Red Sox today announced ;
receint of 1957 contracts frftei-

first baseman Norm Zuchln and i
...fiu nr.u r i vt: v

Zauchin, a righthander f rto m

Bessemer, Ala., batted .214 fast'

year. Throneberry, irrom coiiier-

vule, Tenn., batted ,.22ff.

maie

STANDINGS-' i

ATLANTIC TWILIGHT LEAGUE

W

Powells .'4
G.H.S. ...........3
USS aJsper 1

CHS-Alumnl ... .0

Today's Games (Starts 1 p.m.)

. C.H.S. Va CHS-Aiumni
' ... t -!
Powells vs USS a Jsper
Tomorrow's Game (7v p.m.)
, C.H.S. vs powells,, i

Garnet

Tomorrow

Ni

' ,. L Pet.
o i ooo
' 1 750
, S -250
' 4 000

ght

Fastlich League

The pitchlnp staffs of the four

Atlantic Twluents Leairue con

testants will be hard pressed to to-dav
dav to-dav and tomorrow. The loop has

scheduled a doubleheader fea

turing all four teams this after afternoon
noon afternoon arid a single game for to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow nieht at 7.-The regular

Tuesday schedule was moved up
to Monday as the C.H.S. "Tigers

makers far-sighted and courage bolay an interscholastic game, at

p inst the Bulldog's in the first' all nf the suoerior scouts either

game; but his teammates didn't j failed to make much progress
Bive with much suDDort. However, I combatants ia baseball .ot did not

heoacb Luke Palumbo got a greai d at all.' A bookmaaer wouia

Mt-, Hope Stadlurfl on Tuesday
Bights-'. J '. )' I
The first game this afternoon
will h a between the second olace

Tigers from Cristobal High and
the CHS-Alumni nine.,CHS.,

sandwicned m between a pair oi
Tnterschool eames. will be hard

pressed on .their pitching; staff..

The Tigers piayea st game
alnst -'Junior Collegt4ast Frl
ay. nlay both today and tomor

row and then must play another
interscholastic game on Tuesday
night. No announcement has
been made as to whom, will ace'
the CHS-Alumnl team in the
first game today. CHS-Alumnl
wil orobablv send Wambo.Lung

.to the hill- ,. fr.,r.- ;

The leaders and the USS jasp jasper
er jasper will meet in the night-cap;
Jasper, vastly improved jn their

- STANDINGS

Team-. W
Paloma. 2

Conejos ..........2
Ocelots iv. 2
Pumas ...........1
Macaws ...... 1
Pericos .0

L
2

Pet
'.66C

.663
.666
.500

..333

.000

Cats Catch Pigeons

. Friday's game saw the Ocelots

throw the league lntov a three

may tie, as vaugnn pitcned a

five hitter to beat the Palomas,

7 'to 2. and register his second

win against no losses. Monday's

game win bring tne Conejos ano
the pumas together for the first
time and first place for one of
them.
In the first inning the Ocelots

scored two runs on a walk, two
stolen bases and singles by J.

Morris, vaugnan and Reynolds.

Four runs crossed the plate in
the .third by a hit hitter, -three
stolen 1 bases and singles by

,Vaughn and Bdyetfc Thesf inal

runT came' in- in lounn on

base on 'balls, wild" pitch hd a
double by Vaughn.' -

The, palomas scored single

runs in me inira ana sixlh..
Rathgaber led off with single,

ftjjeu smeiea anq carcia dou

biedv in, the sixth a balk; a hit
batter and a single by. Pajak

lawea ;tneir iinai r-un.

For the Ocelots' Vauchan was

the leading hitter with three for
three. For the Palomas Pajak

ieu wim. iwo lor inree.
The box score:

2b

last two games, will meet their

supreme test in today's game a a-itainst
itainst a-itainst Powells. .,

Tomorrow night Cristobal High

ana poweijA will meet in a game

tba. wlll ,place, in Jeopardy the
slim leaguje.,vleaa nowheld by
Powells. .- ,,:

Palomas
Rathgaber,

Alien, ci
Garcia, ss
Kline, p
Pajak. 3b ......
Huddleston, If

Sander lb

Browder, rf .
Dolan, c .....
Ocelots
Engelke, 2b ..

French, ss

Morris, J c
Vaughn?-p -f i
Atnmirati,,3b
Reynolds, cf cf-Dehlinger,.
Dehlinger,. cf-Dehlinger,. If
Boyett, rf .
Anderson, lb

AB
...4
...2
...3
..1
...3
...a
...3
...3
..;2

. i 3
.......3
.2

S
..3
3
. 3

R
1
0
0
'1
0
0
0
0
0

0
1

'Of i
! o
... J

'! Summary

2 base hits; Garcia; Vaughan

Strike out by-yaughn 7, Kline

T Base on baiist vaus-hn

Klne 3. Earnedfuns: Palomas
2f Ocelots 6. Umpites' HHzinger

ana Engeixe.

3 hit lob from young Bill Gibson

the other day in Twilight League

play, so this lad might get the call

Then there is Dan ConceCplon, who

was billed as the Tiger number

one hurler earlier this season. At

least two of these lads will be

ready for duty against theull-

dogs Tuesday night.

This ia a game that the Tigers

can ill afford to drop. Although it

woaldn t put them out of tne run

ning, it would- make their task a

mighty difficult one. -except ior

the loose fielding by the Tigers 'in

the first game, there is very little

difference in the two" teams.

Off their ; playj in the 'Atlantic

Twilight League, it'. appears- as

though the boys nave gotten vine

costly bobbles out of their" sys systems.
tems. systems. so'-Tuesdayi eame.should

be a top night basebau game. i. m

T ')', f y

Spahh

Says Do

ers

ti;

Getting

get rich ih any jockey's room or

doine business with horse train

ers ". v
Having, been hy of talent him himself,
self, himself, the mediocre performer giv

es the over-all package a fairer

annraisal. -;

The stahdouf performer seems

to see or look for quauties in otn

ers that never were or lio longer

are there. '-

GUN CLUB
NOTES

CRISTOBAL

t!-..-,-M . ;-.',y-v.'H u :.-rc..? 7
Old'- May. Drop As Low As 4th

ET?ORK,':Ja UP)r

Southpiw-Warren1 spann, gewmj
hack at' Breoklvfl a bit for' hi i

Milwaukee' tammates.aw .t h e

Dodgers loday as a eam that is
getting :oId"and :sid they could
drop "as. low as fourth" this -year.
vSpihn, 20-game winner Jor ihe
nvenlh tune in his career last
season, md his remarks in Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee where be is scheduled to
talk terms with General; Manager
-John Qulun .and to receUe an a-

Waro AiMjaay nigiii as ut mo

valuable memoer 01 wie

fora19i.

'v "I honestly feel We'll "win rhe

National League pe a a a n X this.
jrr," said the 35 yer W
. Spa hn." ANO T H AT Brooklyn
mm14 fall St low fourth. .-
"Tho stoma oro ooHin old
-It was Roblnsoawhe recently,
louehed off aafiry' replies." from
thr -membera of the Braves
wbeti he said they triAl have lost

te list pennant because some of

thetr piayerf were, stay mf ox to
tbe wee honrs of the vniinf.

Spahn also ftxtk cogpizance of

fhe third-place Cincinnati Redlegi.

labeimg thew parocniarly

on their home ground.

kee CM was In Chicago. The veteran-
left-- hander-said he didnt
expect any difficulty in his salary

negotiations, however.
' Rookie. outfielder Everett Joyn

er became the 18th member of .the
Braves to sign' his contract. H

batted .344 with Shreveport of, the
Texas League last season.
Stan Lopata, who had hii best
year last season, hitting. 32 hom homers
ers homers and driving in' 95. runs while
catching and : playing first bae

for the Phillies... Signed Ms 1937

for an estimated $6,000

Braves contract

Iraise.

Thv're a bunch of bulla

t- n-rn hrj ocn," .Is sai-l.

The Phils didn't say iow mhcb
Lopata will get It will.be be between
tween between $30,000. and 2i,00O- -, hut,
they did say his boost. will be the
lareest offered any player on the
club this year. v 1

- f K-Doogor Billy Loot told the
Baltimore Oriolos hi oitchinfl
arm ."focli 1.00 pr cont bet bet-tor",
tor", bet-tor", than it hat during tho past
throo wiaters and thon agreed
to forma for thi ytar. Leotod
a M.riorJ wHh the OrMot
aftor" Hxy plckod Mm mp front
Brooklyn lat May 14.
'Art CeccarWIi and -Ron MoeBef
alse signed with th Orioles, raak-

trong'inf m lo'al of IS who have okayed

; terms wits BalUmore.

nr. Wlllard French, keen-eyed

and cooly pursuing a ,50-strafght
chevron, stretched hia.atrinjr of
killed clays to 34, but lost his

35th bird at the Jan. 23 Trap

(singles) shoot of the Cristobal

Gun Club, then went on for a

total of 23 in the-, event: other

scores in the same, round: Art
Sutton, 22: Frank Chollar- 22;
"Casey" Casanova, V 13; J.- C.
Lutinger.i 18. -;-
On the Trap' (doubles) targ targets,
ets, targets, smardne; over his -previous
week's showing. Art Sutton bore
down accurately on 21, with
Castiner treadinc on his heels
with 20 dead. Rules of aafety
with firfrarm preclude renorts
of scores lower thatr Cliollarls
16 on the same "event, but Tom
Sellers Is rellab!? quoted, "I
ought to have been there to
show 'em how. 1

; Bare scores speak for the

Skeet shooters!
j. C- J-astlneer M
W. W. Rowland r.22
Tom Sellers 22
Wslter Johnston 410 eari9
'Art Suton .(410 ga.)
1 F. Chollar ; .16

jn Ftrt baeraaa Norm Zaochin
hatied J14 last season and
r;r T ;?wN-rv h-t sy. ...

ojt bio ifiliu-, Lelder MUbry Benedict to Minor

Learae contracts." AH three wil

report to Detroit's armor League

rorvnf traujiat camp at Lakeland.

Fla.. for assianment. Chadner is

a six-foot, nine tech, southpaw
,

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cuallthii well understood b 'the true r&! Uk M L -' J" v -f
, tudaeef this superb Scotch Whisky . tuf&anw yj
Hav.;ou trled.lt? ' 11 .(Sffi KCfffD SUV'"-

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Distrihntors: Comcania CIRNOS. 8. A.. Colon ft Panama

third place with 11 wins, and G,
E. Wakefield fourth with e i n h t

to ok wins. ,..

Distrihntors: Compania CTR.VOS.

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This Afleriiodn
'tybneral services for Mrs.
. Bvisan R. Sinclair, a lone t me
resident of Panama City wh o
died Friday night, will be hem
thl afternoon, at 3 p.m. J in the
Seventh Day Adventist Church
in Cabo Verde.
iturlat' will follow in the He-
rrtri cemetery. .;. ,
' Mrs. Sinclair, -who came to the
isthmus in the early days of the
construction of the Panama Ca Canal,
nal, Canal, is survived by her sons,
John, Joseph: and pavid and
several rrandchildren.
, She has been aijlnft for some
ttne but. was only taken to tne
SanloTomas Hdspital, where
tfaj' dled, about a week ago.
Students Construe.
College Buildings
! ;"it'nnmiT Til (V?)

JSZZr Vt wSi. Bltckburn Col-
S-T-Tlvn-rt to finish construction
.'iv-jj .i-ti. tiMUriine: this year
and are unaersinauiy
'Blackburn has an enrollment of
nearly 400. Te youngsver.
technical and academic leader leader-r;"
r;" leader-r;" j- ..thinB from finne
.the. boUers i the beatind plant to
cooking looa ror ne clr 'i. Tu
. Fiye of the existing eipht build
m. tn ramnus were- con
structed by atudente, and the
sixth, a new science hall, is near
completion.
' li modest $600 a year is about
all the Blackburn student has to
pay. besides the 15 hours a week
he or she contributes in. work.
nlOrhnrn i (imotfl lOT its
"work and study" plan; aimed at
providing educational pportuni pportuni-tiH
tiH pportuni-tiH ta student who otherwise
would not be able to attend
- college. .".
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FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Furniihd 1ieut.al
;Garfona, 200 yards from bieh
Beautiful acain yfw. Electric
light, f a iova,anar tf rigtra rigtra-.
. rigtra-. tor. Sacrifica. Goinf -t Statct.
: PheAa BalbM 4474.
t FOR SALE: Apartment building
San Ja in 7tn 'Ay. :.f spafta No. ; ';
2192, Ri Abajo, 15.00-mtar :
et Appb aant buBding v fv
FOR SACl OR IENT :-3-bVt
roam haw at ,105 -Flrrt StraaK.-
- Lai Cumbra.' Raatonabla: Phona
25.3121.. ;. ,,
FOR RENT: Only $544 down
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chalet, one bedroom. 10th St.,
Rio Ab.jo. CASA PROPIA, 3 3-1114.
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FOR SALE:1 Fully furnish
concrata houia, Santa Clara
' Beach. All tiled fioon, bedroom,
Irving room, bath and kitchen.
Electric refrigerator, gal itore,
garage, perch, $2800. Phone
Gramlich, Gamboa 6-441.
FOR SALE: Boquete hameiitei.
Level, electricity, water. Reason Reasonable
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FOR SALE; Chalet three bedi
reema. 83 19th Street, Beliiarie)
Porrai, San Franciace.

Italians Rounding Out Detailed
Picture Of Pre-Historic Man

By GEORGE SALERNO
noma, fDPV- Italian ar
chaeologist arc pushing back the
frontiers of the pre-historic era
and gradually rounding out a re
markably detanea picture oj won
human life and culture in Europe
vra tens of thousands of
vitari ttpfnrA Christ.
Recent findings by., leading
!nt.iat. aiu-h as Profs. A. C.
Blanc and Ai -M. Radmillf ; of
Rome University's Institute of
Geology and Paleontology indicate
a relatively well-developed cul culture
ture culture on the Italian peninsula
dating back approximatey to
20,000 B.C.
It is speculated Jn these scien-,
tific circus that. Neanderthal; tnan
am pre-odera species of man,
now extinct may have teamed
the area that is now Italy as far
abek as 100,000 3.C.
Blanc is carrying out excava excavations
tions excavations at Tor in Pietra on the
outskirts of Rome. Here he un
earthed tools and bones showing
th.r. arlv man was a skilled and
resourceful hunter who managed
tn aurvive under conditions that
would have wiped out present day
humans. Radmilli has made many
important discoveries,, especially
in southern Italy.
Digging and finds at the Gnm Gnm-aldi
aldi Gnm-aldi caves, near Ventimiglia, on
the French border, on the island
of Palmiria, o: La Spezia, ai
Monte Circeo, Gaeta, Posltano,
Ansedonia, Cape Palinurus and
elsewhere have helped round out
the picture for scientists.
Thi i what Cro-Magnon man
(of the same species nomo
sapiens as modern man) and
his environment probably were
liir. arpnntine to the evidence
found. .nn(.P(j in the Italian
aroa about 20.W0 B.C., or roughly
.hvt. th tint the Fourth Ice Ace
began to Recede -northward. The
weather waonsiderably colder
then than it'is now.
rvn-Msirnnn tflian was a hunter
with spears tfrped with flints he
had chiseled himself with tools of
quartzite and voicawc roc.
livl m lribal'iiTe, setthng
throughouf" most "WO what is now
.ctrn tjirooij flT organixed
'otm t V roiinrhiDS of i wiW horstaM
driving herds 'of tem-ith bon bonfires
fires bonfires and Waring' v torcke along
rarerniiv ia-o;u roiwa w
precipice, wbTt- the jerrnieq am-
mals 'leaped 't tbeir death.
at th hiitom of the cliff, other
members of M tnttiv sainnea wie
animal and cut'them-upor food.
Prft-WarMn- nant may have
been a caJHubaL Ai least he sac-
rificed human vktyns as pan ot
his religious riles -He
also bid a highly developed
., ticti. : nH left beauuni
drawings of" atifjiaU and hunts
scratched on the wall of the,
whew hedwelled 1
CVS J," J2? tL araataat
hunter the world hi. ever known,

dominated the Old Stone Age mi 7 V r. ."
Eu sJ Ultily. which ta-tefi"1." XS? StoSMSFS
fTtl S 0?L r.S men wiU th same nervous eom-JtSS-SiT1
that uaed to be the aa aa-Ea
Ea aa-Ea J SrS'PPT exclusive property of men.
bans of agriculture. A k. 1 r.at. seU more and more
' barbituratea sad sleeping pills an
wi f- TL tt'.mAf itranquiUiers. and women are

pf V'-""
palii-r va.i o a
I brewery was the
when the building
..iv cniirv
was struck by

lightning Thursday.

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FOR SALE: Alr-wnaior,-2V.
compreaior Frigidair.v A tn4
UO-voH. Practically heW,' ia,r
cllnt condition, 4250.. Thene V
3-0915 r a at Office Kr 22.
General Segur Bldg., Cub Ava'
between 33rd and 34th Street.
FOR SALE: A b GranoTd
5tinway piano, almtt nW." Rea Reasonable
sonable Reasonable price, rnformarlon: Tela-'
phone 3-2540: 12th Street Ne
830, F.itill. f
FOR SALE:, Royal Standardy Standardy-typewriter,
typewriter, Standardy-typewriter, Hallicrafter ihort-V
wave fable nwdol radio, ear ear-phonal
phonal ear-phonal $25; Philippin Rattan
bar.', A V excellent .condition. Tel-
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FOR SALE: Three lormal, si-,
7. yellow, lifht bru, royal Wa,''
$10, $15. Houi 225-BrCrr,
StrMt,. Balfc.'V"'S
f ;i vt1 ' '" '' ",'
FOR;SALr-T..rTaddorff Spmat t
piano,, goo 1 conau tam: -v w.
Criitobal ?-2328.
FOR $ALE Golf dub and bag
Bargain $451 PnOn; fFanm &
6E8.: SM&'tfyW
FOR SALE'S- A.K.C. gufeted,
Cocker1- Spani!.'" Tw' blonde blonde-male
male blonde-male left. Phono Balboa 2444.
He hunted abVww'e'Xt In c,t
lilMUlllluui, .wuil wauucicu uci
the continent, and other animals
equipped with thick hides and
skin coverings out of which he
made clothing adapted to the icy
climate.
How he managed to kill such a
nonderouS monrter-'a the mam
moth remains a' mystery., But it IS
believed that, teams of, hunters
may have ambushed the., slow-
moving, small-brained beasts as
they fed and. rushed in individually
to piunge spears into tneir sides.
men aartea away again.
men, as is done by some primi
tive hunters to this day, they
stalked their came, sometime for
day-, until the 'stricken animal
died of infection, or exhaustion or
me temperature of "sunny
Italy" W8s nothing like what it is
today an added factor in t.h
ffia. a
remarkable accomplishment n f
prenisionc man in surviving at
an. ine weatner, Judging from
geological studies of the extent
and duration of the Ice Age, was
about that of the present Arctic
vircie.
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. BY DICK KLEINER
NEA Staff Correspondent
NEW YORK-l,EA)Women
waniea equality well- they sure
got it. Not only are they competing
with men in business and profes professions,
sions, professions, but they're coming up fast
wu mvnauiy cnans, too.
Dr. John R. Mote. a HisHn.
guished medical educator and me medical
dical medical consultant in the industrial
neiu, says mat in the last genera generation
tion generation there has been a marked in increase
crease increase in the "stress-caused" ali aliments
ments aliments among female patients.
"About the only thing we can
measure statistically, ne gays.
me coronary neart attack
aeatn rates. And there are far
more deaths b coronary now than
before the war, among women."
But the chanee eoe bevnnd
that. Mote says most doctors
Know, aimougn no statistics are
j available, that they have far more
women patients now than former
ly complaining of duodenal ulcers,
colitis, .chronic stomach com complaints.
plaints. complaints. And all these are symp symptoms
toms symptoms of stress.
...."The culture pattern have
changed in the last generation,"
aya. women compete
with
men in business.- Theycompete
among themselves in bridge clubs
" garden clubs. Our mothers
never had these stresses. And it's
taking it, tolL"
their biggest customers.
Mo'e
i4iiai mriiNant to
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to rc tbt. hrma- bodv.Jn. and ;icr p ace waerr

JnH uu. Mr a rrlatod horiv
I leads to a relaxed mind.
Owen
K Murpay, ue ruuea

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FARMACIA ESTADOS UN1D0S
Ml Central At.
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SALE
'Automobiles
FOR SALEI955 Plymouth e
Ian Blvder,-: automatic ahift, -Mi
' baautrfttl y turquait. excellent
conditieii Leaving. $1750. Tale-
phon Balboa 4474.
FOR SALE-'52 Cadillac, duty -4
paid, A-1 condition. Can b fi Y
. nanccd. Phona 83-7271. f
FOR SALE:! 947 Ford Tudor.
Look good,, 'rum good,"! good
transportation. Phone la I bee ;
4474.
FOR SALE: '52 Bui.k Super,
'dynaflow, power. Hecring, two two-i
i two-i peaJ(ar'nradiov vary good condi condition
tion condition $700. N. 0314, Cable Ht.
FOR SALE
. Household
BAGAlW SALE: Bedroom,
.dining; Dviitf room iti.-1 1th ft
"Si. Isabel, Bid. 8058, Apt. I,
Colon.1 -i,'
FOR SALT: Mahogany rfeik. ft
chair $40; aingle bed $20; ma mahogany
hogany mahogany dinner table w5 chair'
;$45;' Frigidaire 25-cycl $150.
No, 03 T4, Cable Heights.
)98MtMW!w'
wnije, jr.i-returned to th Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus yesterday after an absence
of about nine years. Born in the
Canal Zone, rather white left
the Isthmus-around 1948 to at attend
tend attend the University of the South,
Sewanee, Tenn. After sraduat sraduat-ln
ln sraduat-ln with honors, he attend the
inecuppricat seminary at pew pew-anee
anee pew-anee where he was ordain"! to
the diaconate. After his ordina
tion into trie priesthood, the
ev. wnite serviced at the
cnumn or the Eolnhany. Gunt Gunt-ersville,
ersville, Gunt-ersville, Ala. He will be the sne sne-eial
eial sne-eial preacher at the Cathedrsl
of St. Luke at the 11 a.m. ser service
vice service tomorrow. His father work worked
ed worked for many years at the Balboa
post office. V
mencan
own
president of the firm, sees a treat
day coming when relaxing ma
chines will be in every home, just
use washing machines. :
"It has to come," ha eays. "It's
inevitable. I certainly think th
American peopla will eons to
realize that relaxation' Is every
bit as importaat as close
clothes." --
ifote sees m a chine-Inspired n
laxatioa as safer way ot induc
ing leep. for example, than eon-
limd use vf leant on. tes nn
-'-tv -. rt mrt ncfU re-
the value eoukl DC measures.
j But his pet theory Is that the
iysit ABt,aw"

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FOR RENT,
' Apartments"
r ATTENTION. Qu I.I Jutr MH
. medtrn furniihtd apartmanta, I,
; 2 bedrooms, hot, cold wtr.
y Phono Panama 8-4941.
'. FOR RENT: Urge and venti venti-'letd
'letd venti-'letd apartment n 4th .of July
iAv. TI-352 (facing entrance
' to Quarry Heights) Inquire sam
bMilding 9 f 12 neon ft. 2 to
:.'p.m. or phono 2-2037 anytim.
FOR RENT It- Niely furnnhU
r 1 -bedroom apartment, facing th -park
ontAv. Prun Phona 3-
3099r l-074; ,3, r
FOR RENT: Xwly lurnishadl
and unfurnished apart m n I .,.
A LH AM BRA APARTMENTS,
10th Street Na80l. Phn
1386, Colon, '-,' '
"' FOR' RENT: 2-bdroom Ipart-
: menf, 2 bathraomi, largo dining ;
and living room, Mparate maid'
' room with bath, garage, unfur-
nished, in high cool locality, all
.crooned, in El CangraK Phono
' office hour 2.Q32U aftor.offic .'.
' haurs 2-3525
FOR RENT-2-bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment (corner) : living-dining
room $65, acreanod: 56 Blia Blia-rio
rio Blia-rio Porras. Key apartment No. 2.
Information phon 2-2316 or 3 3-0234.
0234. 3-0234.
FOR RENT Large apartment.
Living-dining room, ; parch,' 2
bodrooms, largo kitchen, maidt
room, 2 bathrooms, garage $1 15.
Call Panama 3-3338.
FOR' RENT: 3 -bedroom pent penthouse
house penthouse "SOUSA BUILDING.". Living-dining
room, 2, prh, 2:
bathrooms, maid's room, garage
Bella Vista (44th Street and Co Colombia).
lombia). Colombia). 44 17. Information:
am building, aparfmont, P..
Decadent Western
Music Is Banned
VIENNA. Jan. 26 (UPl WThe
Bulgarian Ministry of Culture today
Ordered all dance bands in the
country to stop playing decadent"
Western music :''iti:':
All bands bow must -have offi
cial permission for every. -tune
they want to play. v .'
; Dirty Sheets?
HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 28 (UP)
Mamie Van Doren told yesterday
about her bed in her new house.
It is reported as being nearly wall
to-wall and having black sheets.
"I'm not afraid of falling out,"
she said. "It's so big that I never
think about it."
Equal Rights
augusta; Mer Jan.-26 (upv-
A crusade to give men equal suf suffrage
frage suffrage obligations hat been open opened
ed opened here by Alfred J. Smith. Smith,
a Democratic state representative
from Portland, said yesterday he
was nreoaring a bill to make
women subject to the $3 poll tax
which up to now has been levied
only on male voters.'
Its For Real
MORGANTOWN, W. Va., Jan.
28 (UP) A Flying Saucer is in
West Virginia University. Russell
n Saucer is a training pilot in
the school's aeronautical engineer
ing departmen..
Bridge Of Size
F.RBA. ttalv. Jan. 26 (UP)
People of this mountain, hamlet
would like to Join forces to catch
some thieves who have upset the
daily life of the entire village.
Thow- cant, however. The thieves
stole the wood and cement bridge
which spanned the River Bovs.
The Rovs runs through the center
........ f-
ot trna.
more than any other category.
needs to relax. If she doesn't she
m vrinil ntt m the same kind of
nervous wreck her husband is. ;

HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
4. re, d I Om At. Ho.
FOTO DOM
Jm. toMnu ln ai a St
FARMACIA ,VAN-pR-JIS

a Stroot Mac n :
EORIKENT
'Vi,,'l,,.
VORMNTiHwao" frei-
danc or office, conveniently to-''
catod at t39'h Street No. 3-59
near JuiteCArosemena .Avenue,
Fair? information apply at number
38-52 Jurto Aroiemena Avenue,
from f, to. l-m.miti:"&&;-i,yK
FOR RENT:2-bedreom chalet,
. big kack-yato, ad fncd. 7th
Strt. Golf Height. Information
Ik'ftMHil.lWT 3-364U.S
xjfOMmiiXmpM fur?.
H nihd 5-bdrem houi. 48th
i Street Ne. 19. Phone 3-3461.
i-vW'Vt-vi;; .:.-.. -.'..:V! -v:'
0RtlNT!-i Furnish! chahtt
in Santa. Clar near th sea. Raa Raa-lonabhi
lonabhi Raa-lonabhi pric. Far. information;
Laoiaiana far,, or call Phono 2-2633.03-4509.

British Exhibition To Feature 'Brains
Mechanical Slaves To Speed Office Work

LONDON, Jan, 23 (BIS) E-i
lectromc. computing equipment
and accounting aids will have
the largest of the 20 'sections at
Britain's Business Efficiency Ex
hibition scheduled for London
from June 17-27.
Exhibitors m the section will
show electronic 'brains? cap capable
able capable of doing every type of of office
fice office calculation and hundreds of
robots designed to carry out
other office tasks. v
Should a secretary type; at one
of the "master",, machines on
show,. she would find that me me-chanival
chanival me-chanival "slaves", were automat
ically and simultaneously dupli
cating uniereni recpros uuuzing
the same data. ... ;, .; t
If the material were Intend
ed for nse with one of the
various electronic computers,
another device would ante :
matleally record data in,
punched tape form, for feed-,
ing ta these machines at speed!
of up to. 33 characters at see,
end fivt times normal tele-.
raph speed.
The electronic comnutera
themselves nd only a few mll-
u-seconds to solve the most com
plicated mathematical eo.ua
tions.

Preslys love Me Tender
At Balboa Oyer The Weekend

Love Mo Tender' a Twentieth
Century-Fox CncmSep produc production,
tion, production, ccktorr ing RlchSrd I a
and Dobra Pasot-'and introducing
Elvis Praoley th tinging sensa sensation
tion sensation of the-country today, in his
first screen: role will have its lo
cal premiere at the BalboaKThea BalboaKThea-ter
ter BalboaKThea-ter this" week-end. ':,;.,
In the picture, which has been
eagerly awaited by the millions of
Presley teen-age fans throughout
the country, the young u i-t a r-
scrumming singer plays a drama
tic role, although' it calls for his
singing) four songs in- the course
of the-story. ;.- V-'ViV
'-. ,' '-v. :-
In rLeve -Me Tender." which
rUal with the escaoades of four
brothers during the last 'days of
the Civil War. Eean nlavs the role
Lof Lt. Vance Reno, the oldest
hrother and leader of a com ea
erate cavalry troop.' Presley has
the part, of the kid brother,..Clint,
upon getting false report of his
brother' death, had married his
girl -while he. was awajr. Debra
Paget has the role of Cathy, whose
love -is sought, by tne oroiners.
This tight;. tuspenseful story was
written for. the screen by Robert
Buckner fro man original ry
Mauriee veragniy.
Producer David Weisbart a n d
Director Robert Webb combined
the elements of tuts wDuieni
thetne with action that euis.
rin-roarms Western film and the
Hnrni al-m ooizntnt love story
to give ji a nigii, .uwiie .t -f
mantk, appeaL
Oho cJ jtha bigWight: of 'this
production is' a. picnic Kene in
whicn young rresiey iqnimm
playing his guitar ao4 Itnging
fungi. hi a nurnDcr ui u
other scenes in- the picture in
clude the title song. "Love
Tender," "Poor Boy." "We're
Gonna Move", and "Let Me."
Each of the songs fits perfectly
into the unfolding ef the story liaV
Those who have sees advance
;vAT BARQMN PRICE
A eeaatifnl Flaea aV Cerme-'
bo, with two-ater hoaw and
all eevenhiBes Included. For
iolortnatloa Panama, .
:VTel-'t-I8. V ';

panama

FARMACIA EL BATURRO
FARMACIA "SAS- v
' Vto rmi 1U 't't'J,,'
J NOVEDADES ATMS
aid the Sell Vista' Theatre 1
RESORTS
.PHILLIPS Oeeamide Cartages,
Santa Clara. Box 335 Diablo Hfa.
phono Panama 3-1877, Critobal
3-1673 -a
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and largo
'. beach house. One mil past Ca Ca-sino.
sino. Ca-sino. Phono Balboa 1866,
1 WANTED ; :
Miscellaneous
WANTED: UNSATISFIED TV
, OWNERS. Quality work i our
V policy, fair prices, and we stand
behind what wa do. All work it
supervised by a technician with
B yean experience in th States.
Call before 7 p.m.' for SAME
DAY SERVICE. Phono 2-4616. ?
U.S. TELEVISION, INt
Want a cat or a dog? Have 3
cata, heme pets and dog. Please
give them a home. Phono 3-
079J. ,
For the bank clerk there will
be machines which count 2,000
coins a minute a,nd other, ma machines
chines machines which count 1,000 bank banknotes
notes banknotes in the same time. Cheques
cart be DhotoeraDhed on both
sides simultaneously at a rate of
400 a minute; j
A record number of exhibitors
will participate In the whole ex ex-hibtlon,
hibtlon, ex-hibtlon, and visitors, from more
than-60 overseas countries are
expected to attend. x, : f; 1
. A new television camera built
to enable engineers to inspect
the Inside of atomic reactor
pressure vessels had -been design designed
ed designed and manufactured by the
British firm of Pye Ltd.
This one is only 24 Inches
lontr and less than three inches
in diameter. It wHI be used at
Britain's calder Hall, the
world's first commercial scale
atomic power station.. ,j tv
. Televisionhas been ifouna ito
be 'the most effective means of
making routine .. inspection to
obtain ; fullest information Jon
the behavior of reactor fuel
rods, which generate the heat
which, in turn, generates the
steam used to drive the plant
generators.
Cameras previously installed
showings of ."Love Me Tender
have not only endorsed these four
songs but also the natural acting
aouuy displayed by Elvis Presley.

Robert' Middleton, William! rumble filter. Three speaker nut nut-Campbell
Campbell nut-Campbell and Neville Brand head: nut tanuinp-a are available That

the stellar supporting cast f o rt unit Is finished in. stove-enamel -"Love
Me Tender," whl eh in. hep steer with polished wood
eludes Mildred .Dunnock, B rue eidpleces, complete ih one tnit
Bennett, James .Drury, Ken Clartl for neither cabinetor table

ana usrry.uw: ;s
What I Found In
By Dr. Jehsj
EVER SINCE I first cam to
this country from, my native
China many years ago, I have
been interested in American
Law. I knew the philosophy
behind Chinese law. i:: was
anxious to see the philosophy
behind the great democracy of
America--., r .r
V Perhaps you would be surpris surprised
ed surprised to team, as I learned, that
the loundaUons of American law
are deeply religious. No one
could ever take religion more
seriously and earnestly than the
Puritans and their compatriots
who founded this nation. - v
" TO 'THEM r-"'
the Uws of i j
nature and f J
nature s r.tfi
were noproducU Ji J v
f fancy, nor
wm"
They were abso
lutely real, in
fact, Ood's laws
-were-more real
than any .hu Wa
man' laws- in their eyes.-.
! 1 Americans were not indulging
In rhetoric when they declared.
"We hold these truths to bs sen-
evident, that, all men are en endowed
dowed endowed by their Creator with
certain, nrralrfr"" rights, that
among these are Life, liberty,
and ptrtslt ot Haineaa.' They
secant exactly what they aaad.
TEXT WEBS A smcore, tret-dom-krrinr
people who feared
God. They aaw these truths so
clearly and felt so deeply about
them that they were willing bo
stake their lives upon them.
The early Americans saw that

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Boats&JVrotorsA t
FOR SALE:
t: ..m. jW9 rnri- Cratti
lack-
- t
i, ... .....unr marine ongmea.l
X dual controls, panels, automti :
revaraa gears, tn excellent onor- i
: ating condition. Soo Albert IW;
'.-ton, Balboa .YachtXlub..;'H y
OR SALE: Cabin cruiser "Del-"
- Phin," Chrysler Marine, Vefriger-
atort S.S, radio, tackle parti, Stk '
. Balboa Yacht Club, atk for Fran- H
V o or Primo. Make offer. Call ;
talbo 2-3645. or Ft. Davis 595,
..FOR SALE.- Serval refrigerator,
. 9 CF.; 60 cycles, like now. Call
3-6258 Panamai 9 till $ p.m.,
except week-end.
WANTED
Autotnobiles
WANTED: Automobile, light
' model, under S400. Pka.. r.i.
; V nar, Bliooa 1 1 0.
by Pye at Calder Hall proved
so useful that engineers worked
put modifications to extend the
useo4 televiison even further,
The new. camera can be at attached
tached attached to a mechanical -grab
which can be lowered into-the
fuel channels of the reactor's
graphite core to rempve possible
obstructions. The camera car-'
ries its Own lighting, and. it si
focus is pre-set to th fringes
pf the mechanical grab' before
the grab is inserted in th
tor. -- --
A British firm won tn oniA
medals out ; of a total of only
four award,, to radio equipment f
made at the California sState
.Fair held-' 1n Sacramento last ;
year. The firm is the Trlx Elec Electrical
trical Electrical Co. Ltd.; of London and
thej prizes ; went -to their : A720
table model gramophone a h dl ;
their rTrixoQjq 800 .high-fidelity:
amplifier.!, ,;. ... ,'
-The A720 is designed for quftl-'
ity reproduction in ; the 'home
within a compact cabinet, it is
fitted with a Garrard record-
changer, ampller with push-pull
output stage and. twin elllptioal
loud-speakers.
The cabinet Is finished irT
polished ,1 mahogany veneers
with a contrasting gttf-trfm-',
tned londsneaker grill In fawn
material. Three controls for
volume, bass, and treble are
fitted with pilot bulb, on a
side-recessed panel.
1 The Trixonix 800 .amplifier is
desigmed as a center of a high high-fidelity
fidelity high-fidelity installation. There are
inputs for microphone, gramo gramophone,
phone, gramophone, tape and radio; separata,
controls for loudness (self -compensating
Y, bass, treble, an d
volume (pre-set) and a variable
scratch filter and fixed motor-
amounting. .,:
American Laws
Wa, LIJ.
life wai mors ; than mating:
money.. When someone waatecr
the Declaration of IndependanceH
to read: life, liberty and prop-;
erty,' Thomas Jefferson andj)
others Insisted that property bet
changed to "pursuit ot happi
ness.1? They saw that nappiness
meant more tbab paving thing
to apend.and ase They anew
that God-atren rights bad to bad
balanced with, God-given duties,
and that this was the way W,
the freateat happiness. ,, I
A FOREIGN OB.IITIIJ
Alexis da Tocquevme,- wroian
about this country in t&s so si
-in the Vnlted SUUs the aoW
erelgn authority u teugions .t
th it no country in the wholsp
world in which th CtortsUaft rH
Ugion reUlns a greater, inrim
ence over the soals of meo thasjf
in America noaienjj
lightened and ftae mtjoa d UF
earths:;-.. ?v: j
flSK CHIEF CLOBT of bwaeiwi
nn law lie in its confirm Uo
of the faet that there U s Law
higher, than government iaw
in iu early days the Americas
philosophy of Uw did not separo (
at itself from religion, and k
became the rock on which a tnt
Cmocracy was hunt 1
'When Americans forget OeJ
and His saws, they saw totntj
agamsi the beat of Aaaerteaaa .'
tradiUone. Wboti her peophv
are no spnger cteapty relixJosav
American aemocracy win face
crisis. For only when America
is close to God, can it be calle)
in th language of de Tocquevllle
"the most enlightened nation ef
the earth.". .,
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THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
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By CAYNOR JAADDOX
V NEA Food end Markets Editor

- Hee's. a wonderful party Idea-J-

giant size canape pie siigmiy
reminiscent of Danish, open face

aandwichei. It is simply a large
circle of corn meal pastry decor decorated
ated decorated with a variety of fish meat
and cheese fillings all garnished
with cream cheese frills.
The idea conies from Mrs. John
' F. McGrath of Pueblo Colo.
mother of two small daughters
. and wife of the deputy district ar ar-'
' ar-' torney in othe words a; busy
, housewife. .
; She says "Everyone loves the
crisp crunchy crust of the pie as
the perfect base for spreads. Zesty
cheese spreads finely c'h o p p e d
chicken or turkey minced stuffed
olives and sieved egg yolks may
be used for various sections of the

ddkionetted

' Women dominate men's styles

is well as them own. says Mrs.

Edith Heckman, a men's fashion

consultant. Mrs. Heckman, who
doles out style advice in the- men's

clothing department at Hess
Borthers, Allentown. Pa., cited a

couple of examples of this. femi

nine influence on what males
wear. ; t r
"When women were sporting-..,

wide' padded shoulders and" long
suit jackets a decade ago, so were
the ..men;' she said. "Now that

women have turned to soft, round round-..cd
..cd round-..cd shoulder and ft more natural
- look, the men have followed suit.4'

. Mrs.' Heckman has- found that
most, Women, if they have the final

say, want their men in conserva conservative
tive conservative clothes. But sometimes, she
added, the women are not the boss.
She told of one couple who got in into
to into aiirst class hassle about pur purchase
chase purchase of an expensive cashmere
coat, "The" husband wanted the
cashmere.; His -wife more? budget
minded, wanted hHnv,to .choose
something less costly.
"We'll finish this argument jit
home," Said the husband.
- He f walked out with- the cash cash-mire.
mire. cash-mire. "' --
Designer "Ceil Chapman says

pie as, well as-; the fish and meat
pastes given here1.
."Make the i Canape Pie several
hours before your guests are sched scheduled
uled scheduled to arrive and keep Jt chilled
In the refrigerator.-"
Canape Pi (Mak 2 10-Inch pits)
Com Mtaf Base: .: One cup en enriched
riched enriched corn meal 2 cups sifted en enriched
riched enriched flour 4 teaspoons baking
powder 1 teaspoon salt, ft cup

snonetung cup. milk. 1
"Sift t o g e the t dry ingredients.
Cut in shortening until mixture re resembles
sembles resembles coarse erumhs. Arid milk

aft at once mixing Jightly until

ory. mgreaicnts are d a m p e n e d.
(Add -a littlft more milk if neces neces-sary,
sary, neces-sary, to make a-soft dough). i
. Turn out on lightly: floured board

or canvas and knead gently a few

seconds. JJivide .doueh in halt and

rolliput each piece to form a
1 I. i n 1 .

inige tutie nuoui xv. incnes in aia
meter .

Place each, on a cookie sheet.
Bake in a hot over 425 degrees
F.) for 12 to IS minutes. Cool. Ar Arrange
range Arrange the following toppings on
the circles:
' Egg Salpd: In the center make
a 3-inch circle of eRK salad. Place

fmejy chopped parsley, around

egg salad circle a ring (about 1 in
wide) of deviled ham salad.

i Sardino Salad: Around ham sal

ad place a 1-inch ring of sardine

salad.- 1 .

Livtrwurtt Salad: Around sar

dine salad place a 1-inch ring oi

hverwurst salad. A
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rings of meatand fish," vlthf soft softened
ened softened 'cream cheese.' Serve pie by
cutting narrow pie-shaped wedges.

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It's a silk spring and a cape- spring for 1957 and we allow. Doth
fashions here in daytime dresses. From designer. Claire Me
Cardell comes a two-piece charcoal iray dress in sheer wool with

pumpkin -cape: (left). .The cape UudrawstriBg-gathered at the

that ; present world tension prob

ably will usher in an .era ot "sex
appeal" clothes. -a la Jean Har

low. . X:

"t look for form-fitting silhou

ettes, shimmering and c 1 rn g i n g

fabrics, .bright cpjors and Iptr of

glitter,"' said, tfre designer, v V we
are in a 'peace in our time' peri

od, and women's c lo t h e injure

bouqd to -reflect tne restless, tense
and yet determinedly hopeful out

look."

t, neckline and elasticized t the waist. Dress has. a high round
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iweeaS) cnuions, crepes ana pnn pnn-ed
ed pnn-ed surahs. The lightweight trend

extends W woolens and .. includes
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Navy x and gray are top spring
Iress colors, followed by beige, a

neck. inc. fentle and ladylike, look is evident In. Nettie Rosen Rosen-t,w
t,w Rosen-t,w f "?;l,d-,M5 Checked sheer worsted-and silk afternoon
dress with lingerie shawl coar,(eenter). Pauline Trlgere's beiae-and-whlt
novelty striped Silk organia afternoon dross with full full-gathered
gathered full-gathered skirt (richU i lined With whit nrnl. v.- ;S

news M daytime dresses for spring
is ; silk coupled with a "" softened
look even In hiiaai!'atytet-.

The Hstlif kfheatll 'is out and: in
its place is' the pegged or pleated
skirt Comihrin ts the wider fkirt,
usually handle wir; some pleat pleating
ing pleating and prdpped visr its own pet petticoat
ticoat petticoat or stiff ened Mnig,S i
Lightweight 'SilkVls used fdr cocoon-'
cape's that are -hlplength and
tume7'li'4onge;: lengths' and Hp
ihti;oftrht flannels ana worsteds,

h?A.iw.' makes an ensemble of

the sheath. u ':' '
Mnst nf the canes' keeping com-

n,H shrine dresses are nar

row rather than .'iull1 types". They
M hnnnrs : with the waist-

length,'jacketias. tPPPmg fef-. iH

dresses.
- Pleating is an- enormouslyM?op
eirirt tntment. Knife-pleat

ing (suggesting fheMMO'l) i used
fo? slim skirts while fuU skirts get

a "r trv ;'- K-'- fins ;v .. .. -' ..

whole range of violets,,'

Diues ana greens.

muted

. Linen V' lik silks head off the

f.hvi fnr riavtime wear. Next

oft,, unpressed jjleats

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1 Chiffon floita la m (prior evenings iat roriiantic drecses, (be tengUl short or lonf.' Ceil Chapman
- I decs tke long Torsion (left) hi ahockiat pink silk chiffon sheath- with back-dipping skirt, low
Iaa4 ronnd hack neekllDe and hack panel that trailo graefuily. Adeie Simpson does the -short
chiffon dance dress (right) in seafoaca green silk chiffon with draped neckline and camnerbnad,
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NEW YORK (NEA) If i eight-inch henis for dinner and make a pretty contrast-.Jor wide

and drifting skirls or ; attached
panels that float as the wearer
walks.
Boh pale and vibrant shades

are used for evening tins year,

there's a yard o chifXasi left in evening dresses;

New York, some designer is prob- .Softness is typical' of spring's
ably cutting it into -aa evening evening gowns. Drsped cowl neck neck-gown
gown neck-gown for spring. lines, cummerbund treatments

Its unquestionably the top Ian- for the waistline, and side-draped

ric for spring evenings this year. skirt all carry Out. this softerjwiih the delicate shades of pink.

It Coats and drd's in dretses that mood

ar ither iong or' short. B o t fci Most dance

1 blue "and yellow takine on imftor-

dresses v stress a tance. New colors added for spring

lefgths are shown wuh same hieher wairtiiae look throurt rai-lir sea rreen: eeait,' nH a o v

sJighi emphasla on 13, and jYfDjed midriff trt a t m t a. Tbese'gfay." -

For beauty's sake vou lieeil

hot cereal in the morning on cold

days, u you haven't, time to fix
one there are instant and quick
oatmeals and. other cereals avail available
able available that take -only seconds to

; Last" minute date and bo time
for- a shampoo? Just cover your

hairbrush with an old nylon stock

ing) and brushv vigorously moving
the stocking to a, clean spot every

few strokes. This will remove sur
face, dust.' V i. v. v.;.

Your shoes jas soon- as you take
them off should get either shoe

treesi or little: wads ot tissue pa

per stuffed Into the toes. It's this

care that helps them to Keep tneir

shape and -therefore last longer.

Suede shoes should have' a pro

fessional cleaning by a shoe ex

pert about once a month if they're

to keep tneir velvety iook., :
' Part of the assurance that un underlies
derlies underlies beauty comes from -dress

ing properly, for the occasion. That

Is no less true ot nouseworK. ine
woman who keeps separate a n d
appropriate costumes for h e a v y
And for light work gives her mo morale
rale morale a big .boost. Sc try denims
ftrouser tvne if you're built, for

them) for the. heavy work" and
keep your gingham dresses "for
lighter, chores. It will save cloth clothing
ing clothing money as well as morale. And
it will help give variety and order
to your work. ;
A lot Is said about protecting
your face from raw winter wind.
It's Just as rough on your, legs
and feet so give them protection
tooi Try rubbing them gently
with .petroleum jelly each winter
night before retiring and they
won't become scaly and sore from
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By ALICIA HARfX'
, r-NEA, Beauty Editor"

To iniure", a good night's rest.

yo need time 'to-"unwind" ba-

fore you go ta bed. tW4 k f c,,

i You won t do it with -a- cupr of

cotice and a ,cigaret. A tepid path

h ueip anu so a giass oi warm
rnUk.
Lots": of people read themselves
to sleep. But don't .nick a-problem

book ,or a 1 horror stor for. this

purpose.rf

fuse a rich dessert to gut 'to bed

on tame, to include a waik in fresh

air in the dally program, to map
out exercises .that' take care of

those lumps' and bumps that dey-

eiop m-tne mid-thirties. -- '
i;Dslciplinerin dier and"skin cftre,
hair tare i and exercise his made
it-possible for 'the mature woman

to keep- her trim figure; shining

uair na -ciear SKin. - ..
If these- things' are' sufficiently
important to yoq, you can, have

. I them,, too. But to have them, and
, ilo'keep them; yod most be willing

Mat. .nr. w H.nt.f .m.1 ? r' 7.u .most he willing

--.-.r: r f-"". ho pui-m Doriniz noura or wort

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An alarm clock that rings every
15 minutes after the set time un until
til until you get up is a handy one to
have. If you (or any member of

the family) would much ratner
slfep than get up this clock is a
good guarantee, you'll arise. :
Sometime just to show .yourself
that vou wtn bake beans from an

old recipe; the way grandmother

used to do. It takes time out Hi
rewarding. And not difficulty
Sliced Scanned mushrooms or

salted slivered -almonds added to

the ordinary grrden variety troren
green beans make a dish fit for
guests. "... :'r: 1
' There's a sound reason behind
letting Baby take a -woolly cud cuddly
dly cuddly toy to bed with him. It gives

him a feeling- ot companionship
and makes bedtime 'a pleasant

time. When, the toy gets soiled

throw it into the washer. But don t

Just dUpose of it; Baby becomes

attached to certain toys. .:

er too.light nor too heavy and that

the roomt is properly ventilated,, Jf,

your street is nojsy and you. can i
cut off the noise by closing some
windows, use ear plugs, those lit little
tle little foam rubber and wax contrap contraptions
tions contraptions that cut off noise very ef effectively,
fectively, effectively, , -
Last, out far from least clear
your mind of problems when you
close1 your eyes. There's ; nothing
you can .do about them sty this
point, anyway, and after a good
night's sleep, you can often sqjve
them effectively. ; t- K j
The story of every charmW.
mature woman who has retained
her good, looks can be told in one!
word;- discipline. It's self disci.1

pllnc that makes it possible to re- perfume.

Exercise, SW drill -'an4 diets re
not fun. But the results are.
' PICKING a perfume that's right
for you is largely a matter of. ex experimentation,
perimentation, experimentation, Most department

stores nave perfume samples at
hand for you to try, Once you've
found, a' perfume, you like, make
sure that your skin reaction to it is
good.
It's not necessary to settle" down
to one perfume for a life-time.
Most women have several differ

ent scents on hand and use them

tor various occasions.
Finally, make sure that v ou

penumes are those

y 9 u,.- as

That's half the' fun of wearing

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' Mrs; John Dwyer ahowi how aha eta ,-ihp. leink where she 'U
' wants It, part of her formula for auocesa In cako decorating. t JJJ
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Those big. .beautiful cakes, all

covered with flowers, leaves anu
lovely decorations, make b 1 r t h h-davs
davs h-davs real events. Multitudes o f

women have wrestled with cake
decorating equipment, briefly and

thei. gjven, up., .ir, ..

But there's one resident of the

suburban area. Of this city who
has mastered the knack. Further--

more, ishe doesn't mind passing

the information along. .,
"Cake decorating is iust the

knack of wiggling your" hand and

getting the icing' where you want
it," is, the way, Mrs.., John Dwyor

oversimplifies. ; ner no&oy. Airs.

Dwyer lives on a pretty country

road near Morning view, fcy., ana

despite all the demands of busy

farm life finds, time ,to decorate
many a cake for festive occasion's1.

. "You understand- I'm net ai

modesuy claims, Dut i love to no

tcria and .psed to make umpM

decorations on cookir fifi en l

started! doing a little cake decor-

d.ing." ; "',

khi has been a member of 'a

homemaker's' club for XI years. .

that a one of the groups of women

ilr stand" out of the! .xef flgcratbr'' ftlgl"
a half ; hour .or so ''and sfr"Jtipr
wel!,Y,Then tint the jtiOBS.ViC
will need in colors, with 'gOT(Ii
paste, food coloring which you'tanr
ouy. from bakery supply houses. 5JJ,
"I r Teall seriouta
bout learning to- do cake decorwk
ing, nothing can take, the place, ft?,
prac.tipet"Atrs,rD;wry e r .advises
'Keep, a bowl of icihe in vomrT-ffff

frigerator -,lt cho. be kcot for tvtiR

or three weeks then whencveCJ'

jvu uajtc a vane, pui aome o H-jari
a tube and practice makn4jlec5
orations -'even though you dots
(Jo a complote decorating' JohXU
"One' of thjBi most oomnion roist
takes whidf l 'have observed 'is.
that beginnersdont lift the tube
tip from the cake nuickiv enone4?!!

Once they've squeezed out a iBaft

or a design" ., '.-
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' Mrs. Dwyer likes the metal tSiin

which you can,. Slip iniq litifc pS"
per cones which you can miko Am

yourself, using aTiy strong iwat-h"jP

prvoi paper dus- sne pjpeters rub rub-Det
Det rub-Det bags which are easier to hanjr.

mc, wiuiuui unnger oi DUrstUtgvs
and which can be easily rinsed wit.,
for re-use "..:..-.

ft.-

who conUniie their e,d u e a t i o n ,f YOU D0.NJJ wint to go into,".

through atudr guided by the U.S.

Department of Agriculture. Exten

sion Servicci" r'1 j "'

"AS ONI OF OU study proj

ects we chose eake decorations,"

ahe explained., "I was one of the

members selected to be given, tne

lesson (the University- of Kentucky
extension course) to pass on to the

25 members. of our club. :. I gave

the, lessons here at my" home. Al Although
though Although S knew a little about cake
decorating," I learned' a lot more
from this ".xperlence.-''
"You tin, go about so !ar by

yourself, then; you. need someone-

to show you a few- of the special

tricks.";, :

HERf IS THf recipe 'whi c h
Mrs. Dwyer uses:
Three and one-half cups confec confectioners'
tioners' confectioners' sug'ar, about; one half
teaspoon cream of tartar;; three
egg whttf s,j unbeaten;; one t e a a-spooh
spooh a-spooh vanilla.. lr-H"
Combine all Ingredients In mix mixing
ing mixing bowl and beat u n t i 1 very

smooth, about three minutes:
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,k i i iuu nave iu icorn w juuue, iiic

well nth.i' i, stianess oi tne icing. Mrs. jjwyer

umiii n, n snuuiu nut siica i"

the' finger; it must stand in stiff

peaks. If it's, too joft, your decor-
'..'.If, j

aunns wiu iau over, .
"You' cart, make up this icing,
and store it, '-covered, 'in the re-

frjgerator to use, as you J.ike.'T

By' MRS.' ajfURIEL LaWrENCI

While' Karen nut her' eravoni a-

way in preparation for bed, her
baby sitter Eana glanced through

new picture magazine.., v

"Turning a pige, Edna11 said.

Isn't- this something?- Look at

this knockout necklace they've

found buried witt these -old Egyp-.

nan mummies. And sne showed
four year old Karen the vividly
colored -photographs of ornaments

painted cotf ns and swatned fig
res who mns'rous heads.

Later. Karen couldn't sleep. She

tried to remember that Daddy
was with Mummy and could be

trusted -not to let anyone put her

into a painted coffin. Nobody, she
told herself, would treat her Mum Mum-my
my Mum-my like an Egyptian one, stuffing
her Into horrid bandages Z along
with her pearl beads and new ear earrings.
rings. earrings. , ..---? ...

But her mother's absence re remained
mained remained full of menace for her.
She stayed awake until her par-

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ents got home when she burst Into paper..-

tiati smrinir At it "Mummtf Mma

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mother to bring back her 'reassur

ing presence, ane wantsd more

wier. n wanted her blanket
tucked better. What th. h.,i.

thing outaide her window? But of

ner iear, .ana did not speak at a If.
' So her mother couldn't .explain
that Egyptian mummies' .war

not mothers at all,- but ancient! i

sings ano queens: Not. knowing
why Karen feared her absence,
she could not deal with her little
girl's terror of loslnc her into

painted coffin. Bst she could reg register
ister register the fact that somehow her
absence had become terrifying to
Karen and undertake to-restniw

Ha. innocence and familiarity.

So what she did was to 1i Anm

beside Karen and tell her i h

story oi ner evenings plana. She
said, "When I go downstairs, I'll
turn on the lamp, beside my chair.
I'll sit dawn, open my sewing bas basket
ket basket and take out that blue skirt of

yours I'm making longer for ran.

mow coxy ano sale i ll he! As I
thread my needle. Daddy will ssy,
'Listen to this, honey' and b

gin to read to me from bis sews

the expense of those at th hvi.

nlng, Mrs; Dwyer 'suggestayusihg"
freezer paper to make the. cones, cones,-and
and cones,-and jshe; has also found that' a
mayonnaise Jar .-works beautif Miy
in pjaca of V the.; cake decorator s s-flower
flower s-flower nail as a base on- which tit

rusos ana omer jiowcrav jiowcrav-A'Sho
A'Sho jiowcrav-A'Sho also suggeats. that ;ifi, you'
don t want to, bother; making up,
icing for practice,, you can .use
cream cheese." .,. : lit's alwutljluf
consistency of-the icing.;:jPjifri ifa
through your .cake; de4c.o r 1 1 1 ifyl
tubes onto a ,pifi tin. ,turae4?UpT
side down. You' can seraph-if utt1
and use ,it over, again; . :
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"The verv best- mietr tn njv.'

ing decorative Jcings isya 10-X.

cuniovuoners; sugar' Mrst-uto)F
er told met "Manvi- iiwKMi.-uV

glad to get it for us when we'
started asking for it But if 'that
isn t available just use the- reTj-

i vuiucvuoners' sugar. "! ttm
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"nut me -i i

"y mi oesi cake oecof -ating
kits' for the monpv whir.K,.i:

have found." cava Mrs. bwver &t-i

w. mu euniams mree diiiih

decorating bass: 10 crnimthriiii

tils; one flower nail, and :thrtt
plastic decorating bags, W orii

lnenlinff una. m, 1a.mam jatn

and three jots of paste food
ors, plus a booklet of instructions
for practically all the basic to
oration twists and turns thaf tha'

home cake, docartor will need.7"f--i

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here! Oh, please come here.:.

The next night, she: was, a gain

overwhelmed with fear, that her

mother's absence might mean dis disappearance
appearance disappearance into a painted coffin.

The moment her mother left her

to go downstairs, it b t g a a to

threaten her,' ", .j

like Karen, small children are
ofteh unable to tell ua what's hap happened
pened happened t Wake our good night sud

denly frightening. If we remem

ber that-their fear of our absence
is their fear of abandonment by

us, we can begin the work of
comfort.. .-"

We can begin to make our ab-

Ater five minutes, she. couldn't tsence harmlesa and trustworthy a

stand It: and began to make the, sain bv describinf our reassurini

demands that would force her evening activities.

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Thin rear, remrt swlnawear gives yon y choice of the on oe
two-pi swiC These, bv Row Marie Rrid. are printed eotto
In" a imUmoh of hlark. oranre and aloe. Coordlmted jarkri
shot, he worn with either suit. By TiAJLC OICAS. NA
Woaaoaa Editot, ;- .'... ; '''. i

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CRISTOBAL'S A WAY STOP

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TwrHE STORY: When "Jim Final .returns to his

! "row-town home after being in prison Strung the
I gambler who helped commit him to the penitentiary,

'.seeksnim out ana reus mm m itas:.vnw
.'rides toward the Apache reservation;, 4

He

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I JiM FINAL let the mare blow

.leforfe. pushing on. He did not like

any part or tnis Dusiness. .ms uu-

fsritt-rnr nr msauiei wuitu out

lob's intercession had Drougni in in-'
' in-' Jo Faial's thinking kept harrowing
fcim With all manner of dire fore fore-1
1 fore-1 codings. Ever since he'd been in
office iJflc Bob had been using men
and foYeetting them; why was he

belatedly and in such a suspicious-J

ly TOUnuaOOUl maimer tuiiniiB ""
. this thing on the side of Bentaln?
- a fnvernor. Joe Bob would

want to

IX onlj
1 alain

- satisfied with this'explanation. In
some obscure way it didn't gee
With tie governor's instructions.
Jim pushed on. The wind was
tip again. He was following the
reek west, constantly probing the

ever Changing pauern 01 snauuwa,

ihn'm off hut; he had-totry

had Krampr's msthl inside bis jac

tot hut. hpfnre' .he could SJtet at

ih hnttnn! thev Were onto him

ft.. Violent on in he chest With a

farm', that, made him grunt but

this was all he ,had chance for.
Hands sprang f from everywhere.
In a -matter of moments they had
him flat on the, grounds

' THE sun was peering over Do1?

Mountain wnett mai aiKineu jia

Th ware's coat was

Springs.

; ? ON i JOURNEY TO GERMANY
For most of the 2,200 soldiers aboard the transport U.,S. N. S. General Nelson
M.; Walker that passed through; the Panama Canal last;'weeki ;was?theirXfirst;itrip
throush the historic waterwav But not for two of the men.

Sp2 Emory Dozier and Sp1 Ernest L Henriquez Were 1 once again. onf tamiliar

ground of water., v v 5 -1
Pozier, of Jackson, Miss., had 'left the Canal Zone J In ,1 955 after serving here In
the rrieat department Of the Corozai" Commissary for six years. ,'.," '""'t "t
. ,HenriquezKhose..hQme-!!rJn''-Rio'Aba,jof had served with, the33rd liifantryv Re-,
giment's Taik Company In, ,1952-53, and as soon as'he Jeft the ship foV a couple' of of-hours
hours of-hours at Cristobal' he wason.a phone, trying to reach, his relatives

rest of ther r

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in office, but Jim .wasn't chesU. UM'''.i

'', -4-'

Taunee's hquarteri -iwas
.mIIooo having iinWarns Of

wickiups, pole dwelling Places

covered with, frass,. ana, oeersinns.
a nack of irionsrel does, came

yapping at their heels and naked

.hi dren ran 'alter inem as ine

whenje suddenly .puiiea up,, con- AnacHir made the most' of

idering a new thought. siruiiK medictne. The man 'with

Kramer's pistoL seemed disdainful

of the rising clamor:,; xne Jtiqs spat

hart Dnt.flrt him rout 01 lOWi.

Strunk's marshal had ordered Jim

out oil. it, and he'd gone, never
thinking to ask himself why.
't. He Wad ,the sixshooter the stable stableman
man stableman 'ahd lent him but, considering
what was shaping up "in his mind
he'd have felt a lot more adquate
toting a rifle with a little more

earrviha power, unless ne misseu

and shouted insults.. Two or three
of thorn picked -tin focks but the

boss Apache drpve them off with
a snarl. "Kill! ; Kill Kill!"- they
i.houted. ; x ,;
'The boss Anache'stboDnfl the

mare before the largest dwelling. I

He growiea sometmng in a i s u

But, for all the restof ther

men., the Canal Zone phase or:

the trip was a unique experience, -one
that they had never under,
gone before, and, m many res -v

pects, the transit, Itself was

unmue in Army experience as

far, back,. as the departure of the
ship from California..
To begin with, on Jan. 9-10

GZ 1 WAGE BILL
" (Continued from rate 1)
States or the Republic of Panama.

"Any such oiheer or employe

his guess he had been shooed c and an: old, man came

ef town to make sure mere were t and listened, abruptly taoUon-
L ........ Ct.rnnlr had known he j m...- fli'l.:. '-i

was coming, had had time 10 snape
his plans. The gambler would
have known Bentain was mixed
into Jim's getting out of that pri
( nn Thev had run Final out o

' n.nifaloor in hp killed, to Drovidc

4iauuuivv , iv nl in iuii wiwojvmi. v x
perhaps some kind of an incident ed it Taunee rememberfed hire;

Which WOUla poini cuaiu icoiuum
t Taunee's Apaches.

Kramer had said wey were
stirred up. How could Strunk put

ihem on the warpath quicker than
by provoking the authorities to
Jiome further injustice? Some
place between town and Bentain's
N tanch some of the gambler's bra bra-"
" bra-" vos would be setting up an am
bush.
Final pointed the mare north,
deciding to avoid the route he'd
nfinspn Snme two or three miles

later he heard the muffled beat of

hoofs before the unseen riders
could discover him. He put her in in-tn
tn in-tn a tancle of mesauite and pulled

Up, KyeS. After Chuleh had growled
his angry reply the old man said,
PEERING out of its shadows h. addressing Final in English, VI
saw four riders cut his path on am Taunee, the chief of. this peo-

taneent. pushing their n o r s e s pie. i nave xnea to oe inenas. witn

me final downTWOi or nis .can-

tors untied hinjiind got ttffly

off the mare. Another map lea me
animal awayj. jvight's,: chill ., had
fir before the: morning sun and
. v t., by the feel of it,' had ar-

ru.J in fun Diossom.vim wonaer-

The Apachps vwatcheb! him; si silent
lent silent now Several BOtbellled urcn-

Kns sidled up, jfecihciir nakedness

and inese too siarea. wjinv muai
the same looJTas thetf? elp'ers.tlt
was plain that whites' nad- worn
out their welcome. ;
1 l. ','.''' '' 'v
The short Apachn with t'"' rhn-

ped off hair spoke too fast for

Final to follow, thougti he was
familiar enough with their lan language
guage language to catch fragments. The
old chief nodded and asked the
boss of this party whose name
appeared to be Chuleh where

they had come upon this W h t e

northwest This was the direction

Jim would soon have to take if he

kept On witn nis present uiieuuuu

He waited till the horsemen had

passed well out of hearing mr.
turnedthe mare southwest, stui
walking. He planned now to pi
up Walking Wolf again and follow
the creek as long as the brush that
lined it might serve him. But he
ran int more riders before he
could each it and was forced to
veer north again. This banch spot spotted
ted spotted him and guns started .banging.
Jim nut the mare into a run and

pulled,' away from them. Twenty
minutes later he pulled her up and
dropped from the saddle to put his
mar to the eround. He'd increased

Final, uncomfortably aware of

I his gun-torn cheek, said nothing.

Chuleh barkad cmtturallv at the

men who, stood about them., Now
hp whirled -.tiMiri .Tim- tth

once more. k-,0 MiiHSur'.

sense of snocic ne saw:"-, jy """''-.

his lead but he certainly naon i

haken them.
Back, in the saddle he turned the
mare est and later struck north

the' Americans. When Cochise and

others in the days of Mangas Co Co-lor.gdasr
lor.gdasr Co-lor.gdasr paint themselves against
the White Eyes j my warriors work
their fields..
i' y .''.'''
"For many moons Taunee's
heart has. been sad because the
Americans are many and he can cannot
not cannot understand them. Too much
promises they break, sometimes
treating ;r as brothers, some sometimes
times sometimes figbfipg as with enemies e e-ven
ven e-ven though, we ate ; at peace.,'!
"li weieamnot.kn,ow ivtefi re t
peace. thaibh rasped;. ',it is bet

ter to besure we ire- at war; His
jyigry yes skewered Final, "Why

you nererr ne demanded.

who on the date of enactment of

this has completed twe or more

years of satisiaciory service J as
such an, officer or employe shall
be entitled' to permanent -status
undejr such laws and regulations
without further examination. ;

"Any status under such laws andi

regulations acquired by reason of

this, section by a citizen of the

ReDUblic of Panama shall be an

plicabIe !Qnly ,. within ,.' the ; Canal

Zone. ,
"Section 7. Nothing In this act act-shall
shall act-shall ( b construed to dtcreat
(the existing rat pf basi com compensation
pensation compensation of any employe in r
poiition Held on the date of en enactment
actment enactment of this Act, but when
such petition becomes vacant by
subsequent appointee to "such po position
sition position shall be compensated in
accordance with the previsions
of this act. ; "'.r-vi-.;';-"Section
8. The Civil : Service

Commission is authorized to isr

sue such regulations as may be'
necessary to carry out the provi

sions of this Act. ;
."Section 9. The nrovlsions of this

Act shall be effective with respect

to each Federal department or a-

gency on the date or dates estaD-

lished by the heads of such de department
partment department or agency, but any such
date shall not be later than the
first day of the first regular pay
period of any such department or
agency which begins more than six
months after the date of enact

ment of this act.

the

Wi. i FRANK D UMELt J? of
phicaso, : 111., entertains his

cuddies aboard the U.S,N.S.
; General Nelson M. Walker.
(U.S. Army Ph.oto)
the men boarded the Walker,
biit not in an established port,
such as san 'Francisco, calif.
.- The Army wanted to experi experiment
ment experiment on loadinsf transports off
a Jbeach. so. since 2.200 st.h in

fantry, soldiers were due, to eo

to Germany to loin the 20th Tn.

iantry Division, the walker was

Cable,1 injs, boarded it- at
Mlraflnres Thicks. ;

- 't f
".I During:. the transit hundreds
of the men wrote cables to
their families in the States and
scores of them had their pic pic-,
, pic-, tures taken for release to their
hometown papers,1 others were
Interviewed on tape recorders
for hometown radio broad-

' casts, while all heard a' narra

tion on the transit by a FN

representative, ,
i k
, Meanwhile, a score of '"other
activities were-i taking place.
Two "soldiers left the shin before

; ift.went through the Canal, one

, ior hospitalization, and one to

fly home on an emergency leave
because of a death In his family:
(Another man left at Cristobal
on emergency leave, also).
'Ill there .were 2200' men
board, there were at least that

many cameras, and one harilsss
XJSARCARIB officer wlfo wore
the tropical garrison uniform
with- shnrts had ith distinction

fot havinit Tils picture, taken at

leas 2200 times a Si well as re receiving.
ceiving. receiving. 2200 'sardonic 'w o 1 f f-wbistles
wbistles f-wbistles from men who will -be
wearing wool uniforms during
their tour lh'Qeim8jy2ik,'.-i

.'Tin? eood humor ialready be

cause of the warm weather and

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the Transport U.s.n.s. general NFxsnv wnrn liVL ..,1, :V

. ' - S. (U.S. Army Photo)
nutes, from the '. first (toot, It ' H 1 ' '-V

Kr2i.,5Ili0Mr(il'th.-.fcittliiilen

of San Francisco,

'':'';''"'''' ';;,i'v',, '--' ,''-- 'v,:,i "(tit ''
The men were hen ferried
from a XJoast Guard pier in
mall vessels;- to' the Walker
and thus betran the Army i
first peacetime embarkation
without the use of normal dock
rt acilities':; -.v : --p-

When the ship began its move

Pier 9, Cristobal',; when the sfalp

uea up ior several nours
;f;V'--v'"' : W :.'. '-'"'ii-.s-'l-
"fj Thet xouldri'lT go o,town,
but v. the Army brought tho
: town te them, probably at the
cost of strlpninj the. Atlantic
Army Installations post v'-
changes for ax week,' H i, r.
''.i.:H-)i't
Pirtt, ..they were met ;hv, a

"Dand,"'

grew, instrument bv Instrument,

until rock'n'roll reverberated

from the pier's walls. .

. immeaiately alter their sup supper,
per, supper, the party began, with beer
sold by the Army. Exchange Of Officer,,
ficer,, Officer,, who also saw "to -i,t that it
was iced and supplemented with
peanuts and other 'edibles.
When he' heard that; some' of
the passengers were out of film

he picked up the phone ana ai

few minutes later the amateur

pnotograpners ;, were "shooting"'

an over tne place.

, ' The troops also found the
, phones on the ple and with within
in within a matter of minutes other
lines had: formed and Army
telephone operators got a con constant
stant constant stream of queries begin beginning,
ning, beginning, "Look, I'm trying, to get
In- touch with rs." 'A lot of
them did get in. touch with
"Good old Joe.too., t

Meanwhile, other soldiers were

through the CanaL a- r,artv of Za"?.' a. Wl ana 01

USARCARIB ftersnnn InMnrt.l 01? J 8; 1 P f "P.Ba.a rr,v: "l""'"," f V"u""i """TV u."

irio' TranVnnrtitinr. eiZ ea nours aneaa or scneauie and pi man, au stampcu, ana dui-
iv VST? ?JPlL.S.?e- most of the Army bandsmen1 topholding Canal fcone ,'troops

'"v "U UUUlluauUU n.,f n loV,4 -Itirfth MAIlHtl tn moil Isttnra

reDnesentntlvM .n ...-km f w i ci-r;;'r"-r

ii. iv ;:;'..rr.r:?.0. v.-. --v : ior.mem.

v-,"" wnu nuiHiciiii itsaiQ ana nut witnm a matter of mi-

I II fv r i

If Rk-?'.

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T.'i..ii mii..,ii,n.nir.i.,ii ; .1, in. imiimi Mm,mm--m,m,i.i.,mK,mwntmmiXl

Wlin a sense ui onutiv ic o : i "T t r. r ,
h. Ki still shaoes which had ma-he f.narled, bitterly porting at the

.ri.iiXM) out of the windblown! meaicinem mai a face.

Shadows. He let th mare stop.
"Where you go?"
A man dealing with Apaches

Jim watched Taiinee; The chief
had greatly aged His steel-gray

.

could not afford to show anytrang "X 'I u 3 i iT"
hut the calm of authority. There Ped though 'it reached almost to
was queTtion : "f escS. They shoulder, Mhat looked bonier
had him ringed. "Sinai said rift nwj, than Jim
.T....im hi .hio "Madlbered. His darlt face was a.net-

Win'' "work ofv'.wr5hkls, Mhe plump
P""8' v I cheeks of other days drawn closer
The silence held for several mo f tne skuU'ir!l - rv

ments. They stepped nearer to

friend. Now I go," he said, glaring.
"The old chief's mouth showed a

bitter grin. "Go how?"

' Some of the men around Jim
laughed.' y. '';'?
STRUNK, the gambler, and Bill
Tapp, who ramrodded 'the "Squat

ting O, watched a rig go by the

porch where they sat.
Tapp was big and surly, prone

to err on the side of violence,

hut he was utterly loyal. The ranch

was Tapp s life; he was proud of
the place,; -f
A buckboard was coming down
the street behind a team of blood blooded
ed blooded hays not half as easy to look
at as the one whose' slim hands

held the gathered lines. Though
for Strunk's taste, she was pro-;
vocative, exciting. And being s-j

way to that school in the Ens' h'1

f-iven her the style Strunk liked
in his women.
He watched her pull op to the

front of Rankin's Emproium. Tug,

ging nis nat to a more.rakish an ancle
cle ancle Strunk struck off across he
street, arriving in' time to offer

her his' arm;. ;.

(TO BE CONTINUED
. NEXT WEEK)

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at'-, M.wo 1 wigMrrTiwifr HMranrciiiiBwwmmniiinuiMii lj 1

'j Since' the letters had V. 3

stamps on them, that, couldn't
be done, but everything workd
out all right when the regular
mall delivery from ship to States
was able to take care of that
matter.
, At. the pier, Army officer
..'

muuro aboard the U.S.N.SGeneral Nelson MrWalker eet
et to photograph their fint trip through, the Canal
-V (U.S. Army Photo)

from the Atlantic side gave up
"their evening a$ well as their
day, from the chapla'n to de deputy
puty deputy post commanders, to In Insure
sure Insure that the visitors, clad in
fatigues v and exhilarated by
the day's experiences and wel welcome,
come, welcome, would have ; pleasant
memories of what to many of!;

them was an SU-too short stay
In Panama.- ...
Three hours after debarking debarking-at
at debarking-at Cristobal they went back, up -the
gangplanks, happy and tir tired
ed tired looking forward again to the
last leg of their' sea'trip, sched scheduled
uled scheduled to end iri Bremerhaven.
Germany, about Jan. 59.
BAUJOA TIpES
' WONDAY, JANUARY 2
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, v f V', i'T1, -'Oct--' ivy ft''--
OLD BUDDIES MEET -- That was the story when the USNS
General Walker docked recently at; Cristobal ; after transiting
the Panama Canal on)ts way to Europe from California. Pfc.
Joseph J.'Tomko (left); RD-No. 1 Barnesville, Pa., greets-old
buddy Private Steve Kobza (right), of 125 First Street, Oneida,
Pa., on board the Gen. Walker. Tomko Is a photographer at
the U.S. Army Caribbean School at Gulick, arid Kobza
Is. on his way to Join the 10th Infantry Division ill Bamberg,
Germany, as part 'of "Operation Gyroscope.? The two men

V Jive within taw miles of each other in Pennsylvania

him. A short and stocky Apach

in skin leggings grunted. "Wba
you do on reservation?"
-When Final toolr too long with
his answer the stocky Apache

leaned toward him arrogantly,
JYou cot whusky?
' 'No." Final shook his. head.
"White Father

, "White Father', make heap

wind!" The Apache looked at
him- scornfully. Now the stocky
ene i said. "Why you go Mad
Srpings?"
- "Want to see the chief about
some grass for mjreattle." Final
told the lie casually. But he could
see mighty well he Wat not allay allaying
ing allaying their suspicions.

THE "Apache spokesman said

.HE wore a dirty white shirt
with beaded collar tightly button

ed, i ne tans were stuffed Into

beltless stor. pants whose lower

legs were obscured by .crinkled

leather leggings.An undressed
straw sombrero was set squarely
on. his head;, a bright Navaje

pianicei was over Jus left arm.
' "Speak.": he ordered Final.
"Enemies sought to kill me. I
was coming to. hide 'behind the

shadow of Taunee.'' v

"Lies! n Chuleh -shouted. "No

one came after him!?

Final stared at fhe eartril?e belt

with its enormous "silver buckle

that war- strapped about the

chiefs emaciated hios mrhim

three inches below the waistband

of those inconsruotn oants. Tte

i t

t.

V AU white mens talk with- crooked, blltt of fcVr7eled"e profrud.
tongue A' He wore his hair chopped' from ,, Hashed lealh-

liu l uic nil. n.c mmj ui uai. ,,r 0r th. tinlstor ;

. wool shirt that looked like Cavalry
' flapped loosely over his breech
. clout as he stepped abruptly clos
r. Again his hand darted out
"Gimme fire stick." ;
"Gimme coat!" another cried

Pressing forward.

Final raised hli v. '"You

knew my fa ther you've eaten food
inside our house. He was your
friend."

No flicker of remeifbram dls-

I tarbed th ranvnn r.f thm U

. iimi lamer naa Deeo respeciec ffl,'s tighr. lipped contnar".

njut, ut nu km in iimi i launee nat no friends. His
tn trrms for many years witk eart is sick for the wrongs done'
Tajnee, their chief about ashis peo plevf think- pretty soon we

v hi m-r a muj w in ri icave jrus piace nayoe, j
m"i, not adopted, ever could get There C jnore ,than a hint, of
:b tin Apache. Jim knew fromithreat In tfcoae -word. Final star
enervation bow l;ttle at took to set'ed witlr contempt. "I-came as a

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After wort, deoiiesstas, Inflo

tlon ond rock and oli. music,
everyone Is wondering what nor

i mot times would be like -u

A USARCARIB Photo'.and PIO team sets up home town photos'
and stories on s troops aboard the U.S.N.S. General; Nelson
M. Walker. N
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HEN ybu : Mow the ABC's of subject you

l pilot, expert

' In electronics,- or
Air Fore officer
'to maneuver

these twelve u

S. planes : by re

mote control, put
you will need to
keep your wits

about you If you
- are to solve the
problem they
pose.
. The planes have
been flying In line

formation; that;

18,-12 abreast, as
shown by the nu numerals
merals numerals at the bot bot-t
t bot-t o m. Suddenly,

tacucs require a Uatuu

formation, of four
' abreast and three deep. This means that there will.
- be four low-flying ship, tour directly above them,
and four still higheri" putting them in the order in
dlcated fcy" the numerals at top. .v
To complete thW formation, Just eight separate
moves have to be made by the planes. Each plane,

to changing Jts position, must ny over three otners. at the p o 1 i c e
The latter puiaHngr stipulation is what makes this a 0 a d e m y, h e

a puBzie. '; r
, Can you flgure-out how the eight moves are
'made? , x
J9AO Ot ft "J jao 8 'I jao noniod oj 9 euu
- :Aout qoM )'iao nAov ajq esut4 'jpjo Sujaoi
ioi aqt ot epm J (maooi aamo qx "U eoqe noi)loa
sn -oi ot P" '8 Jao aoui i Jquinfi iMiiog :

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AJBC's of Crime Busting

IN Inspector

Faraday's leo

ture to his class

Rapid Turnover Needed' which
-:;i-.fry& i : -f-'"'-v' 'vjv vife V'-., .;".. J.;,.;t;'' bags

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trpnpnuv know an sdoui it. tsui noi. nero,

The ABC's of 'the, subject above 'are .uite obviousv,
yet Mi's difficult to distinguish what the subject Is; -,

much less speculate on anything else about it. I
.It's a simple matter," however, to Identify the hid

? den figure, it you are curious. Just draw a continu

ous Jine xrom A to a lo w, eic ana me creature s
outline will appear. Just for fun, see if you can
guess whaf hidden -before you begin.

posed this hypo

thetical problem;
"Our lab's bal ballistics
listics ballistics test showed
that the bullet
which killed

Cyrus Rand was

from a run

was discovered lying in a nearby gar-

can. The FBI'S Technical Lab restored some

thing to the gun, linking It to Diablo Veldt,, Rand's
partner.'- Detectives from iy -office then got a
clincher sealing the case when they Visited Veldt's
cellar tool-shop and brought to our lab certain ar-

Work
G R A NOMA'S
again en engaged
gaged engaged In her fa favorite
vorite favorite h o b b y,
which- Is assem assem-bllng
bllng assem-bllng a patch patchwork
work patchwork quilt. As to
be ,expected,
there's a problem
In planning Its
color design. Per Peril
il Peril a p s you'd be
willing to help. ..
Using crayons
or colored pencils
of three different
shades, or check
marks to Indicate
what they are,
color each seg segment
ment segment of the quilt
at right so that
no two .adjacent
colors are alike.
Solution Is
shown elsewhere.

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Helping Yourself

r? J.r Girl-Guides

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- CROSSED: NUMBER FiV

v

7-"afKS are
solved by the
same metAds as
erotawords. Th
definition or

,elue$ refer to

numbers, en
digit of which is
to be placed in
each, equare. Ob

i )ect, tf course, to

to find, numerate
that will unction
across and tfoton.

: 2Z 222 22 2
111'

r.' HMm for studv.

PLACE three hate in row on the Uble wn ine now, before 1 tell you, and supposing you were
s center hat upside dowa, as shown above. Now, vjetective, can you figure out what the FBI re-
- in one move, pick up two. of the hats, one in each stored to the gun and what articles might have been
' hand, and turn them over; The puzzle 1" to make taJten from Veldt's cellar implicating the murderer?"
hiw eiirh' moves. 'turning 6ver two hats each time etuwj t.nns eqi ioj; tstsinwi ww
- anTfintaf wt, aU tSe upsfde down. VW SWjrV.
' How UulCkly can. you waster it? in OI psdanS mm n pm uq u(Aq j9dx qj
. .Th same trick may be performed With tumbler. rJ?l'S

or tiiins. if you prefers If coins are used, of courset . ... .
heaTwd taUs will be involved. - ; MINI-TEST, You pay off a debt of sixty-five
. ; .,A.,"t t ptn e ejq jo aim eAoui pwi dollars with .seven bUls, not one of wTiich is a one one-n
n one-n P .t ?nlA fSi'.i'Soji8'?" f doUar bill. How do you manage it?.

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'Abwe-Aimi:. TRICKY -IF IT PANS OUT

. ACROSS
1, u- men looked through prison ban
. saw mud; the other, stars."
8.. Brain twizzler: The difference between twice
even and' forty, and twice forty-seven.
. 4. "QI Oopsr My hand slipped a row on the
typewriter.- t i '
' a. Clue: Tate ate with his tete-a-tete.
8. "Be lived one hundred and five, sanguine and
I i strong; x
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J "10 Six Is the top half of what ; Roman numeral?

ll.--A.aa a letter, buoltbui. a icn-cr, icauoiijo u
ittm "ejctends' to make this number. v 1

It: An iceberg floats -- eighth above water and an average of J22, 48, 64

AVERAGE means ordinary, of
course. To be ftbove average

In this test you must answer at (
least five out of .eight .questions j
correctly, Questions fare on a .
subject you should know well well-man
man well-man himself. All offer a choice of
three answers.
X. Most common blood type Is
Ot A, AB.
2. The normal heartbeat of the
average adult is 60, 72, 86 times
per minute.
6. .Normal body temperature
for the average person is 6.8,
89.6, 98.6.
. 4. Normal blood supply Is 8, 6,
10 liters.
5. An average of 4, 26, 44 per persons
sons persons out of a; hundred are left left-handed.
handed. left-handed. '' !-.

6k To grow a new eyebrow

eighth below water;

- V DOWN
1. Age of a twenty-four-year-old man's wife's
sister's only brother-to-law.-. v.
2. Take 2 from S and get an answer larger than 3.
flint: Use the word "often."?. -J,
4. Number of days in the month In which women
talk the least' r
V' 5. Find two figures' in: An.lnebriant should weigh i
. 6. Multiply the number of misspelled words by
twice the number of correctly spelled words: The-:
ambassader sed that etiquett Is the ability to yawn
with the mouth closd, ; ',-r.
' 'T. Twice this tiumber, less 85, equals the number.
, Age of the United Nations, in October, 1956.
' 9. Hobson's choice: Take ot that
11. Tou Just looked at it ,
1 12. "-i- days thou shalt labor but on the th day
thou Shalt rest."
1 .' -19-Zl Tt-Xt Jt0-B
n-t Ss-f'IW-t 8-4 8n- 'or-B-"te-t-aaoa-W-si i-n;
'tt-Ol S00I-8 S888-8 '- 'OH 'H-I"MJV ,i"nj1OS

days.
.. 7. Twins are born in the U, S.
on an average of one set. in 50,
95, 800 births.
8. It takes the average person
A, lO'i, 15 yt seconds to cross the :
average Vi'S: street. '

- "e ss T 1 -p-if i-uev.

ways.
How to Improve lour Social
Dancing, by Beale Fletcher
(Barnes, 136 pages: $3.78) Pic Pictorial
torial Pictorial guide to mastering rhumba,
mambo, cha eha -cha, samba,
tango, waltz, folk dances and
others via a rhythmic count sys system.
tem. system. Adults will find It stimulat stimulat-Ingly
Ingly stimulat-Ingly instructive, too.
The Book of Storms, by Brio
Sloane (Duell, Sloan A Pearce,
108 pages: 3.50). The literal in

side stories of the mofe violent
forms of weather thunder

X English equivalent of American Girl Scouts.

They are simply clues to certain girls' names. Each

circle above Con tarns an object which,-when iden

tified, should bring to mind at least one well, known
female appellation. For Instance, the portrayal, at
top left is a car suggesting the name Carol, Carrie,
or perhaps Caroline. c
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paper and see who can guess a name for each In
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storms, tornadoes, waterspouts, YHAT W0'1 b represented by the sentiments ex ex-whirlwinds,
whirlwinds, ex-whirlwinds, hurricanes, et al, told vv pwwed In this couplet? ;

a tnuusona ana one ana jijiy twice, -Often
is used to grind grain nice.

by an artist In pictures and
words rwhlch anyone from ten on
up can appreciate,

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USE SHORT WORDS FOR CLUES

CHORT words

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within longer

ones are used as
clues to solve the
problems at right
To begin, copy
all of the letters

FortyFhe Puzzle An Eye-Cue Tester.

TAKE four numbers that add
to 45. Add 2 to the irst
Subtract 2 from the second. Mul Multiply
tiply Multiply the third by 2, and divide
the fourth by 2,
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doctor's card reads thusly:
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Wheh Ima Sharpie read off the
letters correctly, she added, "Doc "Doctor,
tor, "Doctor, by adding one letter to those
five, and rearranging the six, a
well known English word can be
spelled." i
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SUCCESS or failure, this trick's
good for a laugh. Sometimes
it's on the performer.
As shown In the drawing at
left a glass of water is placed
near th dM of -A table. A' Pi-,

tin t' placed atop. tha'glafcV Cen- ? nowi; showing in
tered on the pie tin is a wooden the empty spaces
match box. Resting on the box directly 1 beneath

is an egg. Object: to get the egg
Into the glass without touching
the paraphernalia.'
One way it can be done is with
a broomstick. As shown, the per performer
former performer holds his foot against the
: base of the broom so that the

bristles will act as a spring. At
. the snap of the -.handle, the pie
tin is knocked away, the match matchbox
box matchbox files with It and the egg (it
says here) falls Into the glass
where the water, acting as a
cushion, keeps it from breaking.
Obviously, such a, trick is
fraught with danger to the living
room rug, tablecloth, performer's
clothing, etc., and should be at attempted
tempted attempted only where circum circumstances
stances circumstances permit

each. Then em employ
ploy employ a trial and
error method of
letter insertion to
form short hori hori-ion
ion hori-ion ta words.
From'these
shorter Vords, If
correct, may be
deduced the miss missing
ing missing letters of the
larger key words.
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tries countries have different modes of
dress, of course. Gretchen, above,
ie from Holland, as her costume
Indicates. WU1 you help her don
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ments segments neatly. Then paste the dia diagram
gram diagram to heavy paper.
Cut out doll, costume and hat
glit hat along dotted line. Bend

Ubs to fasten costume.

rSTCHWOBK rtZZLR SOLUTIOS

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HORIZONTAL ,
1 The Lord provided water for
Samson in a hollow place in

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9 People from this place assisted
. in bringing up the Ark to
Jerusalem (2 Sam. 6:2)
14SiUtworm. - ,'
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19 Iilquid mesiure. " -.

17 btrays.
19 Footless snimaL .
21 Symbol for calcium.
t 22 The elders of the daughter of
- Zion cast this upon their
heads Lam. 2:10)
23 Blemish.
24 FeUne.
25 Diving waterfowls. t
27 College cheers.
. 2ft London district'
29 What, the inhabitants trans transgressed
gressed transgressed (Isa. 24:5 t
.' 3ft Bulgarian coin.
81 Another name for Esau (Gen.
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S3 Donkey. . ,
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-39 Note in the scale. .""
' 40 Manufactured. .
41 Female horse. - :
43 Personal pronoun.
44 Job sat among these (Job 18)
48 Small broom.
48 Argument against v J
49 Insects. -
51 Large northern deer. 1
52- i-E3rt.inct pigeon.

53 Small vsiiey. --5
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57 He tempted Jesus In the wild wild-emess
emess wild-emess Mirk 1:13)
58 Finial. .' ." :
59 The pineapple. :
60 Domesticated.
61 Mother.

62 Need.
93 One of the places In which the
Israelites provoked the Lord
to wrath (Deut 9:22)
68 Authoritative decree.
68 Roman magistrate.
70 Island (Fr.)
71 What did the angel roll away
from the door of the sepul sepulchre?
chre? sepulchre? (Mat 28:2)
72 Mellower.
73 Shade tree.
. VERTICAL--
1 Scevs was one (Acts 19:14)
2 Macaw.

3 What part Of the heavens were

opened to start the flood?,

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Lock of hair.

5 Male of red deer.
6 Three-toed sloths.
7 Road abbr.)
8 Keeper of the king's forest
(Net 2:8)
9 Ink spot v ,-
10 Help, ;
11 Near.
12 Son of Er fl Chr. 4:21)
13 Muse of lyric poetry.
18 Presses for payment
20 Attitudinize.
23 Rescue.
24 Arrive.
25 Andean animal

children of Asher (Josh. 19:
25)
47 Biblical place (2 KI 18:34)
48 Clique.
50 Whirl.
53 Woman of title.
53 He forsook Paul (2 Tim. 4:10)
54 Separated.
56 Bury.

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87 Cavalry sword.
59 Head.
60 Narrative.
62 Protuberance. i-
63 Extremity.
64 Everybody.
65 Finished edge of skirt

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- 27 Refresh Vy
'. 28 Only.
- 30 Youth.
: 12 In what pltees hsth hs set me?
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34 Endure. ."
35 Pleasant expression.
.37 She beard Peter at the gate
(Acts 12:13)
38 Companion of mortise.
". 40 First word of the handwriting
on the wail. (Dan. 5 J5)
i 42 Inquire.
45 Border town of the lot of the
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Clue: Once White gets Black
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ffi ifWi thew United Nations troops are tossing" the Suex canal into- the,

fiiC peninsula to take over territory evacuated by the military forces

ferry-boat fV ig aurprise whew Ihey.flnd out that thhula ; INSPECTING HIS TROOPS'Two Red Cross volunteers listen to Gen. Alfred ML k -; :

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American public is focused more sharply than ever' and some of Abraham Lincoln's china.-.One ,of the
rr't .on the occupant of the White House. Consequently, most unusual pieces is two-handed teacup with g por- :
many visitors to President Eisenhower'aJnaugUratipn celain warmer lid used by Martha Washington Until r-
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.collection of 'china ued by past Chief Executives.;' In- china was property of the outgoing First, Lady. Since,
eluded are desert plates of ihe Polk, administration, then, manufacturers have retained souvenir pieces.

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amphibious operations in the Straits of Macki- j'-ing derrick finishes work on the south cable anchorage. :
nac with just "two ,of tho 28 Mackinac bridge approach f ? Work will be resumed with the return of better weather.

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UNDER WRAPS Blanketed singer Tony. Bennett
and his pretty-wife, Sandy, can't wait to board their t "';
plane to. Havana to beat New Yerk City's bitterV

cold snap. Tony is of on a' five-month singing tour. ; a : ;

SO WHO'S COLD? Lee Emerick isn't being smug :
about it, but 'she is enjoying a warm Vinter in
Phoenix, Ariz, while others may be colder. Shuf-
fleboard is nearest thing to aboveling snow, eh? ;

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FACES SEEN IN THE SHUFFLE' include, from left to right, Cleo Kennett, Phoebe Harris,
Fern Glass, Bob Sieler; Atlene Osborn, Nita Ka loff, Carl Glass, Ross Cunningham, Mr, and
Mrs. Brojran, Lil Sieler and Ed Kennett.

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THIS INVOLVED LONDON BRIDGE MOVEMENT shows 1 to t, Oliver Gulp, Janet Cunning
ham, Carl and Fern Glass, Cleo Kennett Bob. Sieler, Lil Sieler and Ed Kennert,

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ning from 7:30 to ten at Ancon

Gym.
Temporarily, while Ancoa i s

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The organization is a non-profit

fun-loving social club whose pur

pose is to enjoy and promots

square dancing.
When the Star In A Circle Clun

was organized in March of 195lJ
there were members from both I.

sides of the t Isthmus. Meeting
were held monthly t oo alternate
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was not enough. At first, the Club ;
increased its meetings to twice t -month
and then, about a year ago,
began dancing every, Saturday -night.
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nights are specially devoted to
teaching beginners, and the third

Saturday to the learning of ew

dances by the ; Club. The : first
Saturday night of each month is
"Club night, I with a business
meeting, and refreshments served
after the dance at members
homes. ' .1 :
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C DOING JIU8 FANCY STEP are Charlotte Dailey and
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A. Doherty, ia Balboa. Front to rear are Mr. Greene, Mrs.
Gardner, Hiram Overall, Mrs. Neil DohertyrMajor Glenn Swan.
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Would Vou like to have installed
.'In your home, a real,' live, full-
' t61or TV" set with no repeat "per "per-;
; "per-; formances? '
i- That's what enthusiasts claim
V for a tank of brilliantly colored
: f tropical fish in your home, It's a"
-. understandable statement jf ypo
e take, a tour of aquariums."
i i. i Recently I went on a tour with
some members of the Canal Zone
Acquarium Society. Homes- were
visited in Balboa, Diablo, Curundu,
- Albrook, tos Rios, and mebbe I've
forgotten others. r
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In size,-in contents, but all had

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niche! In that tank were more than

20 different kinds ol fisn.
They ranged from some the size
ntm nin head in nthera four or

five inches long. They were a
i marine rainbow as they swam,
fed,- peeked, and preened, 4 n d

occasionally svrajnieu.
This Society was formed In-Jan-.
iohj. iwr Mr .,. and Mrs. Paul

Mohl of Diablo. Meetings are held

the first wednesaay evening
each month at 7;30, ;upstairs at

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Zkne interested in tropical fish are
invitMl t-ii uttpnrt. At nresent. the

Society has an active membership! ;

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Thou knowest. Lord, with what flaming boldness,
my word invokes Thv help for strangers. ..- .r -I
come now to plead for one who was mine, ;,'
sny cup of freshness honeycomb of my mouth, .' . v
lime of my bones, sweet reason of life's Journey, '.
bird-trill to my ears, girdle of my garment. -v
Even those who are no part of me are in my care. ; v
Harden not Thine eyes if I plead with Thee for, this one I
He was a good mar. I say he was a man j v
Whose heart we entirely open; a man : -.
gentle in temper frank as the light of day'
as filled with miracles as the spring fit the year. V
Thou anwerest harshlv that he is unworthy of entreaty
who did not anoint with prayer his fevered Hps, -who
went away that evening without waiting for Thy sign,
his temples shattered like fragile goblets.
But 1, my Lord, protest that I have touched, -just
like the spikenard of his brow,- : n
his whole gentle. aaj tormented heart;
and it was silky as a nascent bud i

Thou' sayest he was cruel? Thou forgettest, Lord that I loved

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And tha-j he knew my wounded heart was wholly- his. ,,
He troubled for ever the waters of my gladness? t
It does not matter! Thou knowest: I loved him, I loved him!
And to love (Thou unowest it well) Is bitter exercise;
s pressing of eyelids wet with tears,
a kissing-alive of hairshirt tresses, -keeping,
below them, the ecstatic eyes.
The piercing Iron has a welcome chill,
when It openslike sheaves of grain, the loving fleslu ;
And the cross (Thou rememberest, O King of Jews!)
te softly borne, like a spray of roses. '.
Here 1 rest, Lord, my face bowed down
to the dust, talking with Thee through the twilight,
through all the twilights that may stretch through life,
If Thou art long In telling me the word I await.
I shall weary Thins ears with prayers and sobs; .v i
a timid greyhound. I shall like Thy mantle's hem,-,. -;
Thy loving eyes can not escape me,
The foot avoid the hot rain of my tears. ; i ,. '.
Speak a. last the word of pardon! It will scatter "' i ,'.
In the wind the perfume of a hundred fragrant vials -as
It empties; all waters will Je dazzling;
the wilderness will blossom, the cobblestones will sparkle. ;
The dark eyes of wild beasts will moisten, ( -r
and the conscious mountain that Thou didst forge from stone
will weep through the white eyelids of its snowdrifts; ; ...
Thy whole earth will know that Thou hast forgiven.

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SEMI-ANNUAL THRILLER Twice a year, Hollywood pedestrians stop, gape and gasp as they
watch maintenance man Jack Robinson (circle, left photo) go about his cleaning chores on 150- vI
foot office building without benefit of belt or other safety device. Photo at right shows Robinson s ;
view as he sweeps the "eyebrows" of the modernistic structure. Tbey are architecturally designee ,.
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The Washington Merry -Go-RpvuiS J
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WASHINGTON. Few voters

I realize how one vote m i won

tgressional committee csa mean

iscBooihouses or mck scnooi scnooi-I
I scnooi-I houses for their children ext

I backstage dram fflustrating
this took place the other day in

I the House of Kepreseniauves.
Fifteen House Democrats, be

lloneinc to the Con.mlttee on com

Imittees, met behind closed doors
to assign new Congressmen to

heir committees.

One imoortant vacancy was C-

Ipea on the Education and Labor
Committee which last year ham-

I strung school construction.

Herewith find solution to Sunday Crossword Fu J
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; : Aaewer far Sunday, Dee. Cry p tabula s lOOR
BRIDGE PLATER BRAGS OUTRAGEOUSLY
ABOUT ONE SJ4ALL SLAM, BID AND MADS.

Seutharn salons who Tear fed

eral aid for schools will be tied
to integration, hunted for a fel

low Southerner to fill the vaeatv
cy. They finally, prepe'ed -Sen.
Alton- Lennon, new a Con
gresSman from North Carolina,;
a strong segregationist.

Lennon personally preferred te

I serve on the Merchant Marine and

Fisheries Committee but, largely
because of hi strong racial views,

I he was drafted for the Education

and Labor Committee. ;

This gave the conservative Ke-

I publican-Southern Democratic coa coalition
lition coalition another vote to help block

school aid.

.The Lennon appointment stood

I overnight. Then Minnesota's 'vigor

I ous .Congressman Eugene McCar

my. Democrat, cm reiauoa to

Joe), mentally 'counted votes and

discovered the Northerners out

numbered the Southerners eight to,

seven on the Committee on Com

Imittees which decides who shall

I sit on wbV. committee.

The next oay McCarthy sag

Igeeted a'reshuifiO.

'It seems to me." he saw sweet

llv. without referring to schools or

' . . . :

I segregation, "that nepresentauve

I Lennon should be given a chance
to ko oa the committee of his!

I choice, the Merchant Marine and

His Solicitude for Lennon was

I backed by eight Northern votes.

I opposed by seven Southern votes

As a result. Southerner Lennon

I was shifted to the committee ofi

Ibis choice, new Congressman

uoorge McGevera of South Dakota

(was assigned to the key Labor

ICoHmttee post.

WASHtN6TON WHIRL

Senator McCarthy Is still try

ing to mvestigate Brig. Gen. Ralph

I Z wicker, who preeiekated the sea-j

satioaal Army-McCarthy hear-they've been flying to Alaska to

ings by refusing to kowtow to. Joe,

Now that zwiciter iias been pro
moted to two stars. Joe was writ

ten to Armed Services Chairman

Dick Russell (D., via.) demanding
an investigation ... Congressman

Keith Thomson .(B.i' Wyo.) is- so

unpopular with, his stan that eve

ry last one walked out on him
Sen. George Smathera (D.. Fla.).

chairman of the Democratic Sen

atorial Campaign Committee, ; has
promised Ken Holum a job that

will keep' him in the limelight to

run against Sen. Karl Mundt R

hunt, also have fudged on purchas-

ing the required non-resident li licenses
censes licenses at $45. 1
i Significant, also, is the fact
that military reservations in Alas Alaska
ka Alaska frequently are laid out to coin
cide with 4he best hunting and
fishing areas.
Logs of Air Force planes also

show that "official" flights are

sometimes made to the specific

spots where game and fish aro v
most plentiful -

If the armed forces can prove

that huting and fishing have been

S.D.V in I960. Holum almost upset limited to non-duty hours and aro

(Sen. Francis Case in last year's incidental to official business ; in

scrappy outh Dakota Senate race' Alaska, Representative Engle will

.. Congressman Dan Flood (D..

Pa.) has "written t. private lette

to House Foreign Affairs Chair Chairman
man Chairman Thomas Gordon warning that

it would take 90 days for the Air
Force to fly one combat division

to the Middle East.

Wrote Flood: "If f the Middle

East resolution before your Com-

mittee is going to be effective as

a deterrent to Communist aggres

sion. we must be able to transport

our troops from this country to the
trouble spot in 24 hours instead of

days.",;..1: --i.'-. ,:

Flood complained that the Air
Force hasn't enough : transport

pianes. we nave '.equipped our

solve i with a force of fire fighters
and a police force," he wrote,
"but we have failed to provide

tnem wun the fire engines, motor

cycles, and squad cars which they

neea to get ipere in a nurry.

I fSASS HAT HUNTING

Air Force and Army brass who

have been hunting in .Alaska at
the taxpayers' expense are in for
trouble from the House Interior,

Com mittee.

Chairman Clair Engle of Can-,

forma long worried over growing

encroachments by the armed forc

es en the nation's wildlife resourc

es, is on the warpath. , e

He has already drawn an ad

mission from a Defense Depart

ment study group that the armed

forces have sequestered more of

the public domain than they ac

tually need.

- Now the Committee is chock,
tog roperts that high-ranking of-'
fleers novo boon wsing tfce sur surplus
plus surplus land to hunt and fish with without
out without rasa-act far local wildlife ro ro-wlatiefM.
wlatiefM. ro-wlatiefM.

la Alaska K'a known that top-J

orawer Pentagon officers nave

purchased resident hunting U-

be satisfied;

He's ospoclally interested in
one case where a lot piano was
.sent aloft hourly to relay radio
massages between a high-ranking
group m the woods and th
Strategic Air Command in the
USA. ;: Hfv
Engle 'suspects this was to fa facilitate,
cilitate, facilitate, hunting.
He is also interested In the log
of the C-S4 used by Lt. Gen. J. 1L

Atkinson, former Air Force, com

mander in Alaska, wnicn snows

that Atkinson's plane was used

to haul VIP's to Alaska's choicest

game and fwh areas.

FARM GO v ROUND

censes for only S3. This indicates tional champions.

Out in the drought "area, which 1

Ike just toured, some cattlemen

are using government emergency
feed, not to keep cattle alive as in intended.
tended. intended. 'but for feed-lot fattening.

This gives them unfair advantage
over competitors. They buy
drought feed from the government

at $1.50 ner hundredweieht less

than regular feed Fifty-two per
cent of Senator Eastland's- home
county in Mississippi is on relief

this winter. This is one of the
richest cotton areas in Mississip Mississippi.
pi. Mississippi. Population 55,000; total on re--lief,
29,000,. V-,-:-"--1
Part of the welfare clients are
Negro tenants and farm laborers
who are put out "to graze on the
government" iawinter. They have

been getting surplus food via Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Besson ... Mexican cattle
buyers have been' roaming the
Southwest, spending a $5,000,000
loan from Uncle Sam to increase

breeding .herds below the -Rio

Grande. They are also looking ov

er Wisconsin dairy herds... sea.
Albert Gere of Tennessee, one of

the top Angus breeders of the aa.
tioa, kas Just bought SO prise boils,
all sons or grandsons of interna

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Vcs!iinotbn News Notcbbc!;
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WASHINGTON ;tNi;A)f-r Presi-'
' '"dent Eisenhower's .Stat Of the
'Union message-to Congress was

- ant i c 1 i m a rt. Coming after the
' much more dramatic appeal for a
j. ; new Middle" East .policy ,. declara-

, tion, the regular speech got an
..niknf Klict AqIw ffWPmltflll: h-v

: But the; real reason iwhy the
, i congressional listeners mostly sat
on their hands was that the. Pres Pres-'
' Pres-' Mont said little that was new. In

fact Mr.' Eisenhower himself said
it seemed unnecessary to repeat
recommendations he had urged on

Congress in ine last lour years
It wai a'comblaint. i

. To get thr proper perspective on
v v thin latest State of. the Union me

sacte. therefor exit's necessary to

? nn hiir aver the four .previous El

" senhower opening messages t o

' v Congress! and; examine his pitch

ing average.

IN THE .PRESIDENT'S H53

: message !be made th dramatic

: .nnnunrpmpnt that be was order-"

ing the y.S. Seventh Fleet to stop
puardine Red China against an at-

. tarfc hv Chiane Kai-shek's forces

. en Formosa. So far, Formosa has

not attacked, j i .

In that first mscsage, Congress

H was asked -td pass a i resolution

saying that the United' States
v would not recognize secret com commitments'
mitments' commitments' made ati Yalta and Post Post-dam.
dam. Post-dam. That resolution was side-

' tracked m Congress and never re-

" vived by ahe White House.

; The nlea for a toore liberalised

' foreign trad- tt'OKram was first

made in' 1953. It has been .made
' every year since then, This year
..; u v annthpr nb? to ioia Orianiza-

tioi for Trade Cooperation, which
Conaress failed-1 Mt on I

made in '1963. It has been, made
; every year since then.' This year
- it's another plea to join Organlza Organlza-tion
tion Organlza-tion for Trade Cooperation which
t Congress failed te act on .1 a s t
year. ".W"-"' 0y--fi:,
' The first 'Elsenhower message
announced the ending o price and

TO REMEDY ITT the i President

Dronoses. for one thine, another

CIHUJBUSSMMIr-iBlS ODfr WOUM 81W1

y: monetary pobcyand credit. i

A dozen of these lone ranee

study croups have been named in

the last four years to Shape new
policies on crater resorces.-.elee-

iuc power, euucauoo, civil xiguis,

transportation, government organ'
ization. relations with the states.

somenow unsress never e e t s

around to taking any very definite

action on Bucaruungs. i

stimulate '-some public discussion

of a hot issued As a general rule
it is an effective way to lose an

embarrassing subject., n.vt i

All t of President Eisenhower's"

messages lo Congress h a v e de

clared no large- ecale- tax u t s

were possible until government

expanses were 7 reduced and .line

budget was balanced. i t
. Some war time taxes, were al allowed
lowed allowed te expire In 1954, saving
businessman estimated 7 .5 piUion
dollars. And that year i lax legis legislation
lation legislation w a s completely! rewritten
and codified. The 1S56 budget was

balanced and it may show- a -t

dIus aeain in 1957, due Ito increas

ed tax receipts. The JCoreah, war
budget of 74 billion "dollars ,was

cut by 10 Dimon. uui we po-Korear-
war budcets have T 1 5 6 n

from 66 Ttjiiuon in 1955 to 9 on-,

lion in 1966. and may .0 higher

next year Government asks for it

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Hr DOUGLAS LAUSEH and EJENAIklH; O. CfJLMQKft

GUmor

WASHINGTON -NEA) --Oth-

ex' night Ike land, Mamie dropped

won f'Kinny. ana jane weens--commerce
secretary and -bis wife
for dinner. "'j ",, "
- Later, reporters trying to find
out. what "vas served met a -wall
of secrecy" which would, put the
Pentagon censors to shame.
' JMrs. W. finally "broke down-to
a leporter,! who badgered her un unmercifully
mercifully unmercifully -on the. telephone! -and
revealed that the main course was
a liura tenderloin steak, i .. t $

'The fun menus at our nouse

are never t divulged sue: stated,

firmly.'- ; .; i

claims that a Venezuelan 'went in- has Just received a $1,000 check

for .Hungarian reiiet from a man
who knows plenty about the wrath
of Communist oppression. His
name? Syngman Rhee, president
of South Korea,

again.

i

IN THE 154 State of the Unloi

message i rresiaeflt usennower.

boasted that ue united states

was "capturing the initiative' in

foreign affairs. It has been -some

what on the .loose since then, bat
the new' Mid East policy, may be
an attempt to recapture it. ( t
'The 1955 Eisenhower message to
Congress was the most specific

outline of his policies. He asked
for more than 60 broad programs.

But the interesting point is that
the President is still- forced to

ask for many of the big ones

school aid, health insurance-aio,

aee controls In August) 1953. t)ne increased postal rates,' civil rights

i possible result is that every year
-? since then the President has been

; able to report truthfully tna me
: country has; hi unprecedented

prosperity.-

n,i this vmv th e President

urges labor to bold back on wage

requiring drastic attention the

- increased productivity. Business

la likewise urged to bold d own
profits and curb price rises. The
. threat of inflation is .back again
or still here. -.--

liberalization of the Immigration

ami Taft Hartlev labor laws.

: Tn 1956 President i Eisenhower

said there were only, two things

deoressed .areas: and j the farm

. j. : ..

community A revivea uw Jlr'

increase demands not justified by try bartaken eare of aome of the

wnrat deoressed. areas, but there

i. another sneciai -messaae coin

Ing this, year to give more aid to

the farmer, it s one or w juui

special messages still to come.

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IN SPITE OR "heated denials by

inaucural officials, the fact is that

aie- ufKjds vtr nroe ovcum

were alarmingly low. jne wnou wnou-show
show wnou-show could have "gone id the red.

Four years ago k netted $100,000

for chanty: t t ',

- Some members ot the Inaugural

Committee ;say privately, that one

of ine troubles-was-, tne- White

House staff. They say the Presi

dent's 'advisers refused to let Ike

be personally -(den tilled $ith the

uiaueurai) uromvuoi ana as a

result the public -become, interest

ed' in it.

THERE WERE FOUR inaugu

ral bals this time but tvervbodv

lougkt to get tickets to one at Jne

new Sheraton Park ballroom.

U. N. Chief Henrv Cabot LodM

Jr Poetmaster General Arthur

oumineraeia ana secretary of Ag-

ncnlture Ezra Benson wer Ha

top offieial Jios at the S-P baU..

COCKTAIL CHATTER : '' I

Venezuelan on millionaires 'are

beginning to edge out Texas as
the bis spenders around the world..
Story tokl at, an embassy party

to a men's shop ot fancy hotel

in tbe tariboeaa rasi wees ana

saw : a suit for 150 that took

bis fancy. He promptly bought ft

dozen of tnem. '
- A real back stage .scrap be.
tween Defense Secretary Wilson
and the Marine Corps has devel developed.
oped. developed. Seems Wilson has been pres pressuring
suring pressuring to get his juilitary aide,
Marine Col. : Carey Jlandall, pro promoted
moted promoted to general.
- The Marine- Corps traditionally
opposed : to : political promotions

for its. officers, has resisted.

"At this stage Wilson out in
front. He has recommended the
promotion of Randall, M a r in r
Commandant General Pate has
approved it and the promotion is
now up to Congress. ,
: Pate's. action in this matter, is
just another source of irritation to
a lot of Marines, --

CAROLYN HANGER. SHAW

the town s social arbiter and pub publisher
lisher publisher -of the Social. List of Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, thinks Defense Secretary
Charles- Wilson is one of the most
charming men in the Cabinet.
But she wishes desperartely that
Charlie would give some,: official
word on whether he's ieavirg or
staying in ths Cabinet.
Her problem is tbe fact that
the election supplement to the So Social
cial Social List, with .names and ad

dresses of new members of Con

gress, must go to press in the next
few- weeks. ..
She does not want to list Wilson
if he's leaving. 1
Wilson plans to stay until he gets
the new budget pushed through
Congress, which could take many
months. -;

THE AMERICAN Bed C r 0 ss

AT LAST Sen. Russell Long CD CD-Ala),
Ala), CD-Ala), age 38, is going to be able

co shake off the title of "boy sen senator."
ator." senator." At least he hopes so.
Long is turning the upper
chamber's 'short pants" crown
over to newcomer- Sen.. Frank
Church (D-ldaho), 32, who could
easily Qualify for the V i e n n a

Boys, Choir.

AFTER FIVE you can find
shrimp at any of a dozen partiei
along embassy row, but experts
agree that' it tastes better at the
Brazilian embassy than anywhere
else.
..'the Chef at the embassy covers
shrimp with a thin batter and then
rooks it in deep fat.
At a reception the other after after-noon
noon after-noon -guests Kept coming back for
luor'er .
They Were also partial to plates
glfed with bits of grilled filet ot
- aaiMMMB
DOUGLAS McKAY, former sec secretary
retary secretary o interior, who left the
Cabinet for his unsuccessful race
against Wayne Morse for the Sen Senate
ate Senate seat from Oregon, qas now
left town for good,
f Unless the President wants me
back for some special short as assignment,
signment, assignment, nonqualifies.
He kept his apartment here
during the campaign and after his
defeat there was some talk of get getting
ting getting another administration job.
But now he has decided he needs
a rest and Is going to Mexico
with Mrs. McKay for s e v e r a 1
weeks before returning to Oregon.

WalterWinthelllriW

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JK-IT-YOURSELF SCULPTURETakinf tip from the
popular aint-it-younelf" kite. Leo Pearl, Detroit twttneaa
. eaocuUve, -Iwa Cocao Bp with m war acnrecM can laeulpturw
' R (urines at home, as demonstrated here by Francint Budd, in
- Ntw York, fease for the statuetto cornea in two parts,. (J)
.which are cemented together (2). Then deep grooves are.
tiled wit apodal sitf hsrdwiln aiay O-Tkaa niia
. .off with special tools (4) and, after being covered whjoetaiUc,

I. paw, produces ine niuaoea anaaoona ...
iaiaMaiaBaBWBBianaBaaaMBnBWBBiaBBBBBBa wbhi ... ,w (wV ow ait

BROADWAY-HOLLYWOOD
DIGEST ;

The Broadway Adage: "When

you're going ,up take. Broadway.

wnen you're on tne way .down

take 6th. Avenue,"', will be out-dated.
New traffic rules .now make

Broadway one-way south and 6th
Avenue win soon be dittp north...
Movie' star Greer Carson's first
name is the fetnme version of Mc McGregor
Gregor McGregor Harry Belafonte asked
$25,000 to appear, on the Dinah
Shore: frolic last Sunday. Eve. No
deal -,.. After 18 years id the "BW

the top attraction In show

ness: Joe Controversy.

The Triumph of Adam: The top

ten box-office attractions in '56

mention poly two distaffersl Marl

lyn and Kim ... Marilyn Clark of!

the "Middle of the Night" cast

provided the only stage-door John

ny after a year's run He is Philip
Langner of the Theater Guild clan.

All the other ladies in the hit are

wed. Good listening: Anita Ellis'

album of "I Wonder What Became

I. . ....

vwacy unsiness nn torn faxes 0V-ln M AKw
er !Make Believe Ballroom" startt!?! S!.A5?"! ?i?JB.?r!?B

tag Monday. A top rcdio plum.:

eyewitnesses report Betty Hut-

ion a nest act is also- her most
Hsgay Marie McDonald began

er snow-Dtx career as tlH- vocal vocal-lure
lure vocal-lure wifli Tommy Dorsey's a his history
tory history of Girlesk.;'-noted: "'Eddie
Cantor; Fannie Brfce, Bobby Clark

sari L&ar and. rtiu buyers are

stilf verymuch with Us. The rest

are gone" ... (Fannie Brice?)

Headline: "Ingrid Bergman v Re

turns to U-S. te Accepi Fl)m Cri

tics: Awaro. Tfte line for false
friends forms, to the righM

l bopaia xoro,. one of Italy's mo-

Vie monarchs, has starred in 29

mms. sne is ZZ...Qf all things

Eva Marie Saint's nickname Js

Bubbles ... Add readable new

books s "The', Last Parallel by
Martin Suss.- About the Marine
in Korea ,M His favorite Broadway

star: Jndy HollldayMovie. stunt-

men get ram to laii on a norse...

Jack Gould's teevee critique pro

perly scolded tbe stuffy hosts on

culture programs. They are not

only intellectual snobs, he groan

ed, bot bores ... Ingrid Bergman
explained ftow-it-all-began: She

witnessed her first show when the

was 11. The next day she announc announced:
ed: announced: "I'm going to be an actress.

I Hied the applause" ... Baby

DoB,"- neeordiog to- Variety, Ja

witness the Broadway shows each

season.- A teevee program with

such a puny audience would be

dropped. .XThe Harmonicats play

ed a. benefit in Chicago the other

night for a woman who lost both

legs under an elevated train...Two
days later two of the trio were hit

by a subway train.. Critically in in-juredV
juredV in-juredV v : : v

Lome Greene,-

tug- v nwiu.i

star of "Speak "Speak-came
came "Speak-came to Broad

way from bis nauve loronte to

peddle a stop watch be invented

He r wound up witn tne ieaa op opposite
posite opposite Katharine Cornell in '"Pres '"Present!
ent! '"Present! Pronosals" ... Garbo u. has

been dining at Nino's ContinentI

(near her retreat) witn aric kows-

child ... me iwu apimsmw

Coconut Grove reports that the Li-

a Kirk-Bob Devove Trio Door-

hnw la 'the best yet" naaewe

Kutner'a next scoop runs in the A-

Weeklv Sends v. Dr. Km-

sey's last interview...Danny,Scho'l

stops sthe Jtmera 'Wi"'.
sintfine "Rhapsody In Blue" in

r.nTo White's new "Scandals.

Josh Loga nwill test him for the
J II Tabic In 20th'a "South

Pacific Sign on Sunset liiyoj

near Threa. H'WOOd t J B WOO

wears cotton stockings never, sees
a mmim"'..: Luehew's Haasover-

Cun: Half aauerkraut juice Ditto

eUckhnfinaBcially lUstar is'tomato ditto w Ceeklail enatk for;

' Rot RwssoH'a common sen:
"Is talent mo most important
thiaej in my prof at tion ? Abto Abto-Ivtaiy
Ivtaiy Abto-Ivtaiy not, thoro Is plenty of that
around. H is oeroy, health and
vHality" Johnny Walsh's m m-tlmato
tlmato m-tlmato : CandMiflht rondexvous
in Hollywood to the only sip-and-aop
spor.in Atoviotewn with
the Now York atmosphere,
Walsh's hit-time Song delivery
fa the attraction. His top lauh lauh-fottordittyt
fottordittyt lauh-fottordittyt "Yj Don't Have
T Be Old To Bo a Dirty-Old-Manl"
M Billy Roy. at the pia piano,
no, piano, is another draw Joan Rob Roberts,
erts, Roberts, one o? Broadway's favor:
ites. la a hip hit in Houston,
Texas, where the appears with
"Dinner For Throe" m "Mia
Varment" (Sanrfi Simpson) wMI
ho hrMoSmoid tor nor mother
neat month, .the weds Mwrray
F, Parle ot Lindonoiilo. Vt. ...
Ella Mao Mors' next Capitol
release will ho the ienet-iiae-apo
Fof Year Arms Arewd :
Me, Hnoy .',. '.- v;

I '' SUNDAY, (JANUARY 27? 1S37 "-'' h $r''lS-z!i Izttka Si;rf PAGJ

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busi-. dieters:- Olives. Only 7 calories
each.

Nearly every teevee-radio rating
service is reported making 'sweep 'sweep-ping
ping 'sweep-ping changes' in methods and sys systems.
tems. systems. In anticipation of the jip-
coming blasts jfrem a U. S. Sena Senator
tor Senator .u The new Paul Wallach Co.
(rating-takers) has no connection
with the New York Urm by that

last name... Richard Hayes' first
Decca platter, "You Can Run But

You Can't Hide," was inspired by

a long-ago Joe (ex-champ; uiuis
caustic crack at an opponent ....
Sidney Stewart's novel, -"Give Us
This Day" (which is getting hap happy
py happy reviews), was scorned by pub

lishers here until it clicked aboard.
a. Lea Paul and Mary Ford, whose
delightful song-styles have sold ov

er -15 million records, were re

cently dropped by a coast sponsor
to make room for Jt weather re

port... Marlene Dietrich was chris christened
tened christened Maria Magdalena.

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'-'.' (Continued rrom Page 3) ...
v- dren,. housewives, doctors, nurses,
, policemen and firemen- on its-ros-'
ter. ,'.-,.
Officers this year" r MSJ:
- Glenn Swann of the Air Force,
, p ;, ij. Fields of the Hous Hous-v
v Hous-v lng Division, vice-president; s and

in. a. iqnerty oi tne lacks- uivi

- "People learn tv like these finny

pets in fl, re.narkably short time.

' First thing you know,1 they are

; trying to breed them selectively.
Then the hobbyist has this se selected
lected selected type of tropical fish in every
sta'je- fro'n a tny speck to the
Very aged, and tries to reproduce
individual characteristics through
i, several generations. ,.
There are two" types of tropical

flsh.r One -bears the young alive.
OKier lay eees which hatch any

where from a few hours to several
months later;; Some fish br eed

readily: others are very difficult
to breed. '
, Sometimes it is necessary 'to
reduce the native habitat to In In-.
. In-. duet tht fish to braed. There Therefor
for Therefor you may find in a Canal
. Zona set nf -quarters, a : small
tank with the same': Conditions
which might be found in pond
or lake in India and A ff r i c a.
There may be exactly the i-ame
.plants and the same amount of
plants and the same amount of
light, and the temperature may
be precisely the same."
Even so, '..there,.' are many fish
which won't settle down- and raise
a family in the Canal Zone.
As a resultrNeU;Daherty, the
secretary of the society, may be

found out at Tacumeit Airport. at

odd hours awaiting shioments of

fish from the United Slates ; or
South America, or even .further a a-way.
way. a-way. ,-.,-",

The club maintains its own store

of aquarium supplies jts f i s h

foods and fish medicines (!) we

were told. '

Many aquarium hobbyists g e t
lured into the game by buying a
small tank and a few tropical fish

for their children. The colorful.

constantly active fish delight : the

parents and soon: they are more

interested than the children, k.
It is undoubtedly true that a
well set up aquarium, may be the
leading attraction ofa joom. Vi Visiting
siting Visiting friends are likely to,-comment
on it, and it will capture the
householder's attention many
times during the. day.
During February, the Aquarium
Society will have an exhibit at the

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are mvitea to auena.
There' only one fellow I hope
doesn't come over. That's Sad Sad-eye
eye Sad-eye Sam from Mindi; D a I r y.
Here's why I don't want him o o-ver
ver o-ver spying around.
Some of the members of the A A-quarium
quarium A-quarium Society told me' that me medical
dical medical authorities say an aquarium
full 'of tropical fish is one of the
most restful and relaxing visions

for a human. It is claimed that

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learned this activity through the
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Sieter, Ross Cunningham, Cla Clarence
rence Clarence Foiles. .Earl Dailcy, How

ard Osborn, Mike Olhauser, and
Ed Kennert.

'; New dancers, are taught fljy the

callers who learn' new and popu

lar dances while in the States on

vacation and bring them back to

the Club.

' Bob Sieler, who is currently

president of the Club, is the "prof

essor" of the group, and. he and
his wife also teach the group rout routines
ines routines worked out-from square

dance magazines, i

'; In addition to providing fun for

its members, the Star Inr A Circle

Club is Interested in extending

square dancing on the- Isthmus

To promote enthusiasm ,a n-d

also to provide enjoyment f q r
others1, the Club has helped many

groups on the Isthmus conduct

square dances.

The Club has given exhibition

square dancing at GorEas Hosni

tal for convalescent patients; at

the union Club for the Committee

of Social Welfare: Palo Seco: J.

W.B.USO; and various church

groups, fraternal organizations,

and military clubs.

Officers are Bob Sieler," presi president;
dent; president; Rossr Cunningham, first

vice-president; Tony Trodero, sec

ond vice president; Mrs. Karl

Glass, secretary; and Earl Dailey,
treasurer.
: Charter members who are still
active members include; Earl and

Charlotte Dailey, -C h a r 1 e s and
Fran Hammond Ross and Janet

Cunningham, Howard and Arleen
Osborn, Oliver -and Grace Culp,
and Ralph. And Virginia Harvey,
Other members of the Club are
Karl and Fern Glass, Phoebe
Harris, Clarence Foiles, Ed and
Cleo Kennett, John and Mildred
Mallahan, Jay and Nita Rolieffs,
Babe and Ann Smedley, Tony
Trodero, Eric Ehrlich, Marina
and .Van Vandenover, Mike nd
Trma Olhausen, and Elton and
Ruby Beard. -,
Membership is by invitation- of
the ; Club. Guests and potential
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Balboa 4.180 or the Ross Cunning Cunningham
ham Cunningham at Balboa 4392 will bring de definite
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O rHE WEEK'S GOOD and bad news on the inter-
national balance sheet: Soviet Russia warned free
, countries all over the world that they would risk at attack
tack attack by nuclear weapons, in the event of war, if they
let the United States station atomic military units on
their territory.
- Wladysw'Gomulka.TPolish independent Commu Commu-nlst
nlst Commu-nlst leadsr, won a landslide victory In a national par parliamentary
liamentary parliamentary election which was regarded as a critical'
test of ti:s strength of -his -regime. t ..
Defying the. United Nations, 'Israel announced It
would refuse to'e vacua te the Gaza Strip and positions
- on the Gulf of Aqaba which it occupied in its attack
on Egypt. It was feared that Egypt, In turn, might
- stop the c'carmg of the Suez Canal which it blocked
when Britain and France attacked the canal zone.
,..
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Russia's warning on establishment of American a a-tomic
tomic a-tomic weapon units in foreign countries mentioned

specif icaiiy Great Britain, JTance,; west oermany,
-Italy, Turkey, Iran and Japan. .
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sage message to Congress on Jan. 16 that the United States
intended so establish atomic bases abroad.

O FEATHERWEIGHT CHAMPION SANDY Saddler has
retired from the ring. Manager Charley Johnston
said Sadalrr is quitting beacuse of an automobile ac accident
cident accident last July. Johnston said the accident impaired
Sandy's eyesight. threatening Saddler with blind blindness
ness blindness If he continues fighting. ',,

Johnston said, "I am retiring Saddy on the advice
of his physician because he is gradually going blind."
The physician -r- Dr. Thomas Matthew said that

if Saddler fights again "he will run" a grave risk of
going completely blind." -Dr. Matthew; said Saddler
"still retains partial vision and if he does not go back
into the ring, there is a fair chance he will retain
what sight he has left. ;
"Dr. Matthew said "Sandy is In agreement, al-
though it means giving an his livelihood."
Saddler 30 years old has held his title
longer than any other current boxing champion.
However;- he has defended rarely and had the
, title in the deep freese during a term of Army .
service.
Saddler made his last title defense on January 18,
last year half a year "before the accident when
he stopped Flash Elorde. in 13 rounds.;
The National Boxing Association threatened to

withdraw t'tle recognition unless Saddler arranged a

MOST TALKED OF news of the week was the brief

stopover In Balboa of the cruise ship Leilanl on her
. shake-down cruise to Hawaii after refitting. Aboard
were several hundred disgruntled passengers of the?
651 who reached Balboa. -. ,. ..,
5 Sixteen of these and one crewman were trun trundled
dled trundled to Oorgaa Hospital In amoulances .after they
developed food poisoning, presumably from something
they had eaten aboard as the ship transited the Ca Canal.
nal. Canal. , ,
Next morning the poisoned ones were sufficient- ;
ly recovered to ereep back on board. But almost
V 70 others had become so dissatisfied with with
what tuey termed unsanitary conditions poor
.food and insolent service that they walked off the
ship. About eight other passengers eager to get
to California or Hawaii piled aboard.
The ship was quarantined briefly before it was
learned that nothing more serious than food poison-
lng had caused the epidemic. Considerably cleaned up,
the Leilanl cleared with a new doctor, a new chief
steward and hopes of a happier voyage to Acapulco
her next stop. Some passengers said they'd been en en-Joying
Joying en-Joying themselves all aiong. .v,

Most significant news of the week was a state-

, x The: Rus&iar? warning. Issued through the official
news agencv Tass. was regarded as directed primarily
against the new Elsenhower Doctrine to combat Com Communist
munist Communist aggression in the Middle East
It Was one of many such'" Russian blasts. But It
showed the concern of the Soviet government over the the-doctrine
doctrine the-doctrine and the vast system of American bases all
over, the world. '
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title bout Last week, the NBA stripped Saddler of the ment bT bGot. William E. Potter that the single

' The New York State Athletic Commission not an
NBA. member w nut off action pending a medical re re-.
. re-. port
- Meanwhile, there Is talk of a possible title tourna- -ment.
starring Cherlf Hamia of France the number number-one
one number-one contender '
' ''Lightwht Carlos Ortiz has scored his 20th victory
in a row.-., a decision over Bobby Rogers at Chicago

Ortla had the reacn on Rogers ana ne usea u io

wage Dln being readied by. the Bureau of the
Budget In line with the 1955 Treaty Is "a good
plan one that we can live with."
Though Potter was prevented by law from reveal revealing
ing revealing the details of the plan before it is offered to the
U.S. Congress, other sources told The Panama Amer American
ican American some of its probable provisions.. v
Reportcdlv the tentative plan would have all jobr

oeiow a certain grade naid. at locality rates regardless

. There was a threat that both Communists who op-' good advantage. He fired left jabs to the body and f 1e "F P' "vr' hired to fill Sem
WrJSfST ffi ffdtiSrAa . : pUonstofdhiTCse
inti mS! rLVr? el,b o.,. w.,.c0 Ortl for. at the US, base rate regardless pi citizenship. But the

with Moscow might boycott the Polish general elec

won..,, .5 vi, ', ft

Refers Bernle Weissman twice warned ortia ior.,

low blowi and lost the seventh round for that reason
ttjr niiini; nn a mftrtrin over Rogers In the round.

But 94.14 per cent of the eligible voters went to By winning.. Ortte probably earned a shot against
the polls. CI these( 98.4 per cent voted for Gomulka's Larry Boardmtn. third ranking contender in the
candidates. ltoht.urelcrht riivUion.

candidates.

It was' a singular situation In which the Roman
. Catholic clergy urged support of a Communist. Had
: Gomulka failed to get a big vote, his regime would
have been dangerously weakened. As It is, he has been
f strengthened againsf attacks by ..those Communists
who want to get Poland back tinder the thumb of the
; Soviet government, -
A The U.N had given Israel until Thursday midnight
to evacuato the Egyptian territory it occupied in its
Invasion of the Sinai Peninsula. t.t r
A few hours before the deadllnei Israeli Prime5 Min-5
wter David Ben-Gurlon announced that the Israeli;
torces would hold the Ga7a and Aqaba Gulf areas un unless
less unless he received guarantees that they would not be
- Used by, Fgypt forattack.i..i, f, . -'4'-;,.-:

Egypt' had -threatened that unless the Israelis got

lightweight divljion.

Heavyweight Champion Floyd Patterson has nut a
chip on his shoulder and dared retired champ Rocky
Marciano w knock it off. (
o That waa what Patterson told Oscar Fraley ot Unit United
ed United Press- and there are two reasons for the chal challenger.
lenger. challenger. Patterson realizes Marciano is the only one a a-round
round a-round capable of drawing a good gate. And then there
la the matter of pride. .,
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' Patterson said 'Before I fought Archie Moore for
the vacant title, he was picked to beat me. After I
won, almost everybody said I had beaten an "old :
man."
Manacet Cus D'Amato chipped In "I know how
deeply Floyd feels ihat meeting Marciano is all that
$tands between him and the recognition he deserves,
right now. He feels cheated."

Without a Marciano bout, all that looms ahead for

out it would stoo the work of cleartnjr the Suez Ca- Patterson is an exhibition tour and perhaps a June

iiu w.uo immct iciay jcsuuiyuun 01 uu ana r . ------- --

HavanPolice iii Havana have renewed their bunt
jor Communists who were believed responsible for the
latest boairing ln the area, A nowerful bomb explod exploded
ed exploded in a Havana suburb last nieht. killing one person
nd plunclng the district into darkness for more than
n hour. The explosion was the sixth in the area since
rnrisytutlorial guarantees were suspended. On January

to thinks Marciano could be talked into coming out of

retirement. Patterson's manager explained "I think
We could, get $100 tops for tickets. Marciano's end
would be around a half-million dollars and that
,lsn't hay
" The ace rieht-hander of the Philadelphia Phils who

won 19 games last season took a salary cut without ;

squawk

paid

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non-U.3. cftlzens' salaries would be subject to certain

tax adjustments because Panama Income taxes are
lower than UB. An overseas differential would con continue
tinue continue to be Dald U.S. citizens.
At a Paraiso town-meeting 'the United States re received
ceived received a spontaneous vote-of -confidence from a non non-U.3.
U.3. non-U.3. citizen who has completed SO years With the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal and is still In active employe status.

' After Edward E. Dudley had received from Gov.
Potter a letter of commendation, the old-timer
surprised the audience by, askinr to sing the Star
. Soangicd Banner. When he finished the first
stansa he was interrupted by a rouslne ovation'

. from the 100 er more other non-U.S. citliens at

the gathrring.

After a pow-wow in San Francisco between Pacific
Coast steamship operators and Gov. Potter, a joint
statement was issued on what everybody termed a
"constructive meeting." The shippers agreed to favor favorably
ably favorably consider reducing the demands they have been
trvlng'to put on the Canal by means of legislation.
They also took note of the "considerable economies
and efficiencies" accomplished by the Canal within
. the past vear. v
The total of 4,641,546 tons of commercial and gov-
eminent cargo moving from ocean to ocean last month
was tops in Canal history. It broke the tonnage record
of May lSo& when 4,175,820 tons moved through the
waterway. Commercial transits of 751 ocean-going
ships als.) set a. new record, as did the $3,424,592 tolls
collected. ;

Last month1 was a big one ton Airmy 'contractors.

15th.

Robin Roberts' admitted he sighed for slightlV less Engineer USARCARIBlet contacts totaling $554,

than the $50,000 he earned in 1956 and agreed the 0lw 10 mnc Iirma 1X18 JDS-

'salary sllco was deserved. It was the first of seven sue-';

cessive seasons tnat ne iauea io win at least io games.

,1 Olllto. Ecuador jf?tftff Rernf: Vf h 1i!r-ii!rinfnn V

rmy Jose Basantes was convicted by a oourt martial Vv The 0-year-old tioberts gave no excusesVfor fiul fiul-of
of fiul-of trying tn sell military secrets to Peru. An unsettled in tn Viit v,i, .ai M.crnm.mmt.9 Bnhorti kIH hn

jnturlevld border, dispute between Ecuador and pulled a leg muscle during spring training and it
Per6 has resulted in snoradle fighting between them stayed with him all season. "But." added Roberts, "I'm

5 Mhrafloret' lock- started opening oa single-culvert
operation while work is being done to increase their
capacity during overhaul periods. The work will take
several w ks. -i; : : .. '; v

, Swaps re-acts to breeding before deciding on whether

10, race tne norse again.

not using that as an excuse. I just made myself hu-

, Roberts reported in good shape, thanks to daily . a;j .-. rt-- b

; workouts In the gymnasium, and said. he was ready to Three mtre champions have been honored by the New
go again. Robin said "I must throw, harder. Being York Sports Broadcasters Association t;
in the- shiimp business during the winter-.makes'-- tho--j j---- .--',-,-: -if. :i wr.Sv-s!..'..'.
time go faster and brings baseball nearer. And. in The soortscasters -voted plaaues of merit to heavv-

basebalV I've got things to settle.'. t i i weight champion Floyd Patterson, pro football star

Frank Gilford and Olympic cnampion Tom Courtney.
Previously similar awards "were, voted to baseball star?
Mickey Mantle and Sal Magllfci-tij-''v.v-f i-.
Patterson only 21 Is the youngest heavyweight

champion in history. Gilford a New York Giant

vaiuaDie- piayer -in pro
Press poll. Courtney
the Olympic 800-meter

- Genera! manager Roy Harney laughed Vt reports ;
that the Phils. St. Louis and Chfago Cubs would swing

In the past few years. Basantea worked for th Intel

llgence service of the Ecuadorean army. The Indict Indictment
ment Indictment ftgaiist him ald he wrote a letter to the Peru Peruvian
vian Peruvian ambassador giving him-some' military lnforma lnforma--
- lnforma-- tion and offering additional data for monetary con con-.
. con-. siderations..-i-?ri-.4.i?:
, i Santiago Chile The Chilean defense ministry has
announced that Chile will construct a fifth perma permanent
nent permanent base on the Antarctic's Graham Land. The ter-

rf"- calmed by Chile, Argentina and Britain..; a three-way dealj The deal would include Philly cen
Chll& already has four bases in the territory, which terfielder Richie Ashburn. according to reports. Ha

It caUif O'Hiealns Land. In honor of Rernardn O'Hf- mv' mv km u I'Whv wniilrf.'W t. rlrt of Ash

rins. ine nerp or unne's war or independencefrom fiurn7. Whojias a centernelder Jo replace him?" halfback -- was voted most
Spain.. '-;..l-. -' t r footbaU in the annual United
i o y'-.-':-j;-4 s- -s. Over in the American League, optimistic Is the word a Fordhaii. graduate won
?. ; y- ,r-" for the Kansas City A's. Vice-President Parke Carroll gold medar in Melbourne.

nreaiciea tne a s wouia iieia a- stronger outneia now
that the club obtained Bob Cerv from the New York
Yankees. Ke also expects big things from former De Detroit
troit Detroit pitcher Ned Garver and Eddie Blake who won 17
games for Toronto. L v .

- 0 -r ,. .; appointed, Jess than one montn ago wnen Red Hoiz-

. . .vi-.' -, ine worse or xne xear. in ido nas recoverea irom man resigned." c - .-
.--Lima. Ptru A strong erth tremor sent thousands a leg in juiy but. owner Rex Ellsworth is uncertain a ;-''''" -. : : ? f ,'j". ;
Of alarmto. residents of Lima scurrying from, their bout the horse's future. -;. . ; ; owner Ben Kerner said the appointment of Hannum
beds early today. The tremor rocked the Peruvian cap- : V ----. v; f ; ::,'.' was made at the request of Martin. Kerner said Mar
ital,, but .officials, -said no casualties of serious dam-l ; Ellsworth said rSwaps'wlll be put. out; to stud in a tin told h.m' he thought he could contribute more as

wu .upuircu. ; - i . -!,. -.... xew weens out ne sun wn t sure wnetner tne tnorougn- a piayer man as coacn ana tnat nannum naa vir

" . t o : -, v ., orea wui reiurn to tne races. Kuswortn toiq tne unit-
" -r' t-i r-"' -'' "'' "-.'' -r y. ed Press "We want to wait for developments be be-,
, be-, Wasblnclon A Puerto Rip an Industrialist anonvm-, fore we make a decision; That decision won't he made
usly pledged 25 hundred dollars to the Pan American until late this spring or early summer," 4

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. .Ellsworth .said SWapa is "full of .spirit" and is gal galloping
loping galloping at tne ranch. He added they want to see how

' Sonday Anemu urp!esci

Managua. Nicaraeua Renu nartie hv hun

searching, for the wreckage of- a Niraraguan commer commercial
cial commercial tlane which crashed on the slopes of a volcano
yesterday, Officials fear that all 16 persons aboard
.the plane were killed. V -.- ; v.: ; .4

- A veteran player has taken over as Coach of the St
Louis Hawtcs in the National Basketball Association.
Alex Hannum was named to succeed Slater Martin
as coach of the Hawks this afternoon. Martin was

Union to Lrtng music students to the San Juan mutc
JesUval in. ApriL The festival will be directed by Pablo
Casals, t -m. rt lphratji fof alrin rv-,f
V' SUNDAY, JANUARY 27 1957

tually taken over, the handling of the club in its re re-cent
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The 32-vear-61d Hannum was given control on the
bench when Martin was In the game. Under his di direction,
rection, direction, the' Hawks have weft three of their last four
games, ,J L ; -!
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