The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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Abraham Lincoln


32nd TEAK
finn for Tax.

Due ToiPanCaiial

Statements of their annual eaijnmgs tor the past c c-lendar.year
lendar.year c-lendar.year wilt be distributed this week with their pay
check to Panamanian employes of the Company,
Government and to -on-Panamanian, non-U.S. citizens
living iii the Republic of Panama and working for the Ca-

nal organization. "r
' Similar information,' Including the amount of income,
tax 'withheld from each salarywas dhstributed during

January to U.S. citizen employes.

5 TJUtrihution of the e a r ri I n g s
ittBmnts to the non-U.S. em
ployes Is part of the Company-i
Governments prugram ui vuuyei.-,
ation with Panama in connection
Wim l"0 income to f
the 1955 Treaty.
Under this' freaty provition,
Panamanian eitixtnt, ; tmpleyad
in tha Canal Zona are subject to
Panama incomo tax, ragardlaia
of place of rasidenca, and other
non-U.S. citixen employe erf
taxable If they reside In Pane-
Any employe In these two cate categories
gories categories for whom the ;e a r n 1 n g s
statements are intended, who does
not receive Such a statement this
week, Should contact the Payroll
Branch, telephone 2r2116 at once.

Since non-Panamanian, non-U. a.
: citizens 'Bving in the Canal Zone
are not subject to Panama income
; hMnlrl nnf rAOfivA the

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And Do British Say Snaf?

NEW YORK, Feb. 2 (UP) We
have with us today Henry George
Strauss, first Baron Conesford of
Chelsea, a chap who has worked
himspif into a miehty miff over
what "American pretentious illi illiteracy"
teracy" illiteracy" is doing to the .Queen's
Lord Conesford warned the Au Authors
thors Authors Club in London of ""corrup ""corruption,
tion, ""corruption, decay, and dissolution"
threatening the language a threat
nncprl in laree deeree by the pau
city of couth in the speech ofi
LOur fashion, he ssysls to use
long words we don't understand
ftnri reiprfc sihnrt ones that fit:
"under orivileeed" instead of
"poor". He assaus our nomoie
habit" of adding meaningless lit little
tle little words to verbs! "face up to
for "face" and "visit, with" for
"visit." 1;,'-.s';''y,'-
. r ;rW-?. v
, W micht as well plead innocent
right now to the charge of invent inventing
ing inventing the added little word. Let's
turn to that "noblest monument of
English prose", the 'King james
nf the Rihle. ODen it to
Page One. "The First Book of
Moses, called Genesis."
( tn Verse 16 we find: "And God
made two great lights; the-great-er
light to rule the day, and the
lesser light to rule the night..."
All right. Very clean language.
TJnw tee Verse 18 "Ana 19 ruie
over the day and over :the
; night..."

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SIAMESE TWINS SEPARATEI7 Floyd and LaVerne Hutchins proudly hold their separated
Siamri Jw-in. Carv and Lary. in La Mesa, Calif. -The youngsters, the sixth pair in known
medical history to hare been successfully separated, wwe connected at the. base of their
spines, at birth arid were separated 17 days later without complications.

One for you

Annual Earnines Statement. In
mi!p thv An receive,' them they
also should notify the P a y r 0 1 1
Branch 1
: The Payroll Branch, will verify
citizenship and residence claims,
and will adjust earning records
and issue at cancel forms accord
, .The Earnings Statements are
beini isiuad in duplicate, u n e
eopy maybe used to support the
employe' tax return to Panama
for th calendar year, 1954 and
the other may be retained for hi
perional tax records.
In the note which will" accompa accompany
ny accompany each statement, employes are
notified-' that aDDroximately. seven
days after the '.statements have
been distributed to Cc-mpany-pov-ernment
employes, complete file
of all Annual Earnings Statements
will be sent to the Republic of Pa
nama, by the Canal authorities.
Here, onlv two verses later,,
speaking of the same slights, the
"meaningless little word"
"over" has been added, twice.
This "'horrible habit" began else-
' where than America. An English
man wrote that passage shortly
before 1611 although it must be
admitted he was translating,
The examples are legion.-, Flip
over to Joshua 16:2: "And goeth
out from Beth-El to Luz, and pasr
seth along5 untd the borders of
Arcni." ur Jod 3:3 -uira, up
now thv loins." Aren't the rout,"
"along, and' "up" as.cluttery: as
the "with" in Vvisit with"?
I Submit that in 1600 there could
hardly have been 'an American in
there fouling .up the good book.i
Oons. there I go;-- plfease ignore
the, "up." Matter of fact,' cnUout
the "U". in snafu, wonder it. we
English : write it "snaf"? ;;
. ) ;.!? :)'';
Take the, great passage In Luke
2:9: "And the glory of the Lord
shone" round about them.' Why
the "about"? Why, indeed? in the
Hevisea sianaara version vxtt.
Translated by 7-mericans it
mes: fib'-rtf: f
"The elonr of the. Lord shone
around them." With all deference
to Lord Conesford, some of us pre
fer the firsts yj .r--
"-'.'? ?'. .-"-. j :.,'.'-''.'..
However, we understand what be
means about pretentious language.
It was an Englishman :- named
Macaulay who, at age four replied
to a lady's inquiry .about his burn burned
ed burned knee: "Madam, the agony is
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BREAKING WITH TRADITION v End!ng 1,000 years of royal
tradition, eight-year-old ; Prince Charles arrives at a boy's
grammar school in London It Is tfte first time that a future
ruler of Britain has been sent to a normal grade school with
other children,- rather than being taught by the royal tutors..
The palace requested that tne name of the school be kept
secret to spare the prince from a- -public-riainor on Wa '.trips.
, to and from the -school. v ,.

Unschooled Cop
Sends; his; Boys
iTo Classrooms
CHICAGO (UP).'- The new
boss of the Internationa Associa Association
tion Association of Chiefs of, PoUce is known
rhiraen as a scholarly cbp
who, deUghtsin sending his patrol patrolmen
men patrolmen to school, although he can t
afford the time for classrooms.
'I gend everybody else 1 to
school," said George A. Otlewis,
chief f Chicago's Park District
police," "but I can't make it, my-
SC1I niutu ao a u w.
Instead the 59-year-old police
chief has had to get most of his
education by reading whenever b.e
can find the time. 4 ; ; 'f
Crimindlogy sociology and clas classic
sic classic literature are the mainstays of
his personal library, and he picks
up books on nearly anytning. irura

be-J0ice management, to criminal

jiaw at. the Park District's library,
Otlewis reerets that the new ex
tra job might cut down a little on
his reading, but he relishes IACP
goals as important to all police
vorK. r.
-We have members- everywhere
but behind the Iron Curtain,
Otlewis said, "and there's spleiH
did cooperation between foreign
ponce ana our pouce.


FBI, Air

On 20-Deatli N.Y.

v NEW ; YORK. Feb. 2 (UP)
The Civil Aeronautic Board be began
gan began a special' investigation to today
day today into the mysterious crash
of a crowded Northeast Airlines
DC6A with 101 persons aboard.
Twenty passengers "died and
at least 20 or tne el survivors
were critically injured. 1
Th -rjlaneload of hapoy; Flor
ida-bound passengers never got
more than a. few hundred yards
on tne way-v when the craft
smashed In flames on an East
River Prison island- only -two
persons escaped uninjured,
... FBI J:. agents ..inspected the
scene of. the crash and joined
nolle in the task of Identifying
tne 20 baaiy-cnarrea doqics
brought to the mainland on a
ferry boat yesterday morning.1
In addition to police and
CAB Investigations of the
tragedy a Congressman de
manded -.. to know why the
plane was cleared far takeoff,
. in a heavy snowstorm, Hep.
. Steven B. Deronnlan (R N.Y.)'
" demanded assurance that the
airlines "are not loading the'r
planes to get the last two cents
out of a plane load and in bad
weather to boot." : h
police Commissioner Stephen
P. Kennedy said the pUne had
been airborne only one minute
when it smashed onto Rikers Is Island,
land, Island, scattering wreckage and
bursting; into flames. The plane
was on instruments "when the
pilot saw land, Kennedy said.
" They attempted to a'n al altitude,
titude, altitude, then the left 1 wing
track," he said. "He went ta
pretty much on his beMy. The
tail was still intact and np np-rftht.
rftht. np-rftht. The two starboard tn tn-rinet
rinet tn-rinet were tn their lace In
the fire-desirrated wir beside
a small front sertfoi of the
The pasolin fumes -went
through the cabin. That how
th flame. nrad" Kennedy
spread," Kennedy
- Rescue work was complicated
by the snow and the fact that
the only ferry boot to Rikers Is Island,
land, Island, sit of a city reformatory,
is too small to carry heavy fire
One irantie young husband

ivuiuij owjv

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Charles swapping punches with

second day of his precedent-shattering a tranaance ai an v-

elusive London boys school ''The Prince naa a sugm aine"--

ence of pinlon.with a fellow,
ported. At mppec left, upper
shown at right. -In- last photo
"Charles won by giving his

Board Press

was putoff a' Coast Guard cut-"
ter hound for "the r island. -His
pregnant wife and twi-yeAr-old
child had survived,; he learned
later. v
Survivors, accounts of th e

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KING SAID MSITS ITS Klnx Saud of Saudi Arabia is greet greeted
ed greeted by UN Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold on his arrival
at UN headquarters in Jfew York. The monarch and Ham-,
marskjold held a brief talk before attending a luncheon in
. the Security Council lounge: : e-

N.Y. May Ration- Fuel Oil

Gdntinties Walkout is Already Gn

Steps were Uken Vday to set
up an emergency fuel oil ration rationing
ing rationing system in the event of a
crippling New York 1i a r bor
strike of tug- ana par?e crewmen
extends beyond next weec
. Hopes for aa early aettle
snent of the two-day walkout
were dim and prosperts were
for a proton fed wot k steppate
that eoold remit la wrious
shortages of foel oil, real md
other vital material. Somo
food deHvrriei also were sf sf-fefted
fefted sf-fefted v ywterdaf's walkout
of 4.B0S member of Loral Jti.
United JjariBO Division X ike

four-way combo shows Prince
a fellow pupil on Jan. 29, the

pupil,', a Lpnaon newspaper re
right and tower Jteft,,Charis is'
he IS at etrwji
opponent one hefty shove.
crash varied widely. Some said
there was an explosion before
the crash. Some said an engine
had caught fire. Some expressed
:VT th-f oirnhoi ",ii to
MM S,0.1
de-ice the wings before, takeoff
had been ignited by the exhaust.
Mavor Robert F. Wazner ask
ed the oil industry to set up
BJOVUi ,uw.wvti 'v
tial consumers, to be pip eel in
efiert if needed
Spokesman for oil dUtriha dUtriha-ton
ton dUtriha-ton said supplies were suifl suifl-elent
elent suifl-elent for a week of normal
t act eenwnptioa. Coal sappnes.
were said to b more am pie.
However. th Consolidated Ed
ison Company said coat supplies j



for its 11 powerhouses would itive immediately, and an aaai aaai-last
last aaai-last only five more days, po'ingitlonal five per cn.t in th9 see

the threat of an electiiciiy dim-
out in New York
Federal and city mediators
said they had arranged a aeV

Canal Zone


to Ex-Minister

A tanned, healthy-appearing Sir Anthony Eden tpld
newsmen here today that he approves of President Eisen-
hower's Middle East policy as Jfar fls if goes, but that it:
"doesn't go far enough." v ;S
The former British Prime Minister met the locah
nrocc rtrioflu vctarlnu uk tL D.:,.' L li n .

r-""uu; mien me uriun uner ivangiraTQi ivangiraTQi-docked
docked ivangiraTQi-docked in Balboa after a southbound transit of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal,
Despite his recent illness, he looked healthy. It was
obvious that he was still slightly weak, however.
"There are still too manv neo- said simnh, tn tham, h..

pie," Eden said. "who think pro
blems of Middle East and espe-
rinllv thAca nnny.ain1nff rftemifa.
between Arabs and Israel have
something to do with colonialism.
, "They have nothing to do with
colonialism. The problem is one'
with which we were very; familiar
in the 1930s. What we deal with
is a very militant dictator," Eden
He added, "and the problem'
doesn't become easier the 'longer
you put it off."
wnen newsmen asked whether,
the present dictator (meaning
Nasser) wasn't in a much weaker
ipogitjon, than -any one oT several
wltn wmch democracies had to
aeal with in the '30s, Eden replied,
"strength is not only a, question
of armament. It also is a question
of geographical position. If you
are given a position which gives
you a strangle hold over life in
many other nations, that is not a
situation that makes for peace."
ISden was asked: "Do you think
the Eisenhower proposal is vindi vindication
cation vindication of your policy?"
The former Prima Minister rt-
pliod, that ha "had bean in for
elan affairs for 30 year too
long to look-for vindications.'
Two of the mam problems ofi
the world today. Eden said, were
ine auei ianai snq us aecur
and the Arab-Israeli, dispute'.
the Sues Canal end its security,
To questions on whether Pan
ama was on the original invita invitation
tion invitation list for the London Confer
anco last Augutf, he tried to re remember
member remember but ondad by saying
that M countries ware salectod
by throo powers.. '," -V
Asked wnat ne tnougnt were rea-
sons for the "difference between

the Panama and the Suez canals, residence and return to the rip
Eden at first said be understood later in the evening. -the
canal here was on American The Rangitata was due to sa'l
territory 'isn't it?", he added.for Auckland at 7:30 ajn. toJay.

-When newsmen informed mm During the canal transit, tdeo
that the Canal 'Zone is merely; observed operations and spent a
under control of the U.S., he bout an hour on the ship's bridge
said the question was not for, watching pilots la action. On the
him. : -' I locks, and also at Gamboa; many
To the query "whether he had Americans were out to wave at
a message for British people, he Sir Anthony Eden and his laJy,
Macmillan Too Preoccupied
To Pay May VisitTo Mbscov

LONDON, Feb. 2 (UP) 1 Prime!
Minister Harold Macmillan wjil not
be able to visit Moscow in Msy
"owing to his many preoccupa preoccupations,"
tions," preoccupations," an official announcement
said todays .. ;
The announcement from No. 10
Downing Street, Macmillan's of
ficial residence, said that the
if Ttig .Strike
, me for Monday with the anion
aland negotiator! for the Marine,
1 V T. u p, A f -1 4
era Association.
The onion sought an It per
cent pa increase, a $.t00 'n 'n-suranre
suranre 'n-suranre policy, a onion shop.
Improved pension and vaca
tlons and rmprormrnu In
ther frinre beaefiU. - -" -The
employers ha offered a
seven per cent pay boost, eitec-
ond half of the two-year eon
tract whico would replace the
pact that t expUed Thursday


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t their many messages. "They're
still coming in."
Eden confidently replied "I
think so" when asked whether,
, he wa feeling better than,
when he sailed from London'
in mid-January; but added
"it's too early yet to say for
For the moment he has no
plans excepts the pursuit of
eaith He'll to th. tZo
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official-- ceremonies on the
Isthmus, but v.hen the I'ar;i I'ar;i-tata
tata I'ar;i-tata red ( anal Zone va va-'ters
'ters va-'ters cif t",e t'i;.,;..,hal
water early yesterday, re v
handed a 1 11 xmal note tt w ; I I-come
come I-come frosii Gov. IV. E. r.
The Edens were met aboard slrp
at Pier 6 In Balboa by the Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador of Great Britain to
Panama and Mrs. Ian Hender-
jann q rA r-T m il t e, c -1 ,
chief of protoeol ior the Pan Panama
ama Panama government. The Hender Hendersons
sons Hendersons were accompanied by the
r irst secretary ana Mrs. Ellis T.
I Bgs and Second Secretary Gar
Woodrow and E. S. Baker cf
orion uuy & uompany, agents
for the ship.
The party drove to the British
Embassy for a hasty tea after
which the visitors were taken 04
a sighteseelng trip around r"n r"n-ama
ama r"n-ama City. Projected stops 1.
eluded the Church of t (
den Altar, the French Piaa i
the Cathedral. '. -
Later Sir Aqthony and Lady
Eden were to dine quietly -with'
the Hendersons at th Emhassw
Prime Minister hoped thaCT sit sit-uation
uation sit-uation migfft develop when a' vis visit
it visit of this kind would be both wel welcome
come welcome to Mr. (Soviet Premr Ni Nikolai)
kolai) Nikolai) Bulganin and timely from
the world point cf view.
Sir Anthony Eden last year had
been invited by Hulganin and So
viet party chief Nikita Khruinchef
to Visit Moscow.' : Jt
-The statement said: w
"During tho vtsit of the Sovitt
loaders to this country in April
last year. Sir AnHiony Eden e e-capted
capted e-capted an invitation to py a re return
turn return visit to th Soviet Union in
duo course. On July It agree-
moot was announced that this
visit ahould take plate ia May,,
1S7. ? '
"On Jan.'28 fl!S7) the Tr-i
Minister (Macmillan) pent a fr fr-sonal
sonal fr-sonal message to '.r. ';an '.a
bout this vimI.
nib.. I I .1 . J
out arranamonts mad between
Mr. Bulginin and Sir Anthony
Edon, Mr. Macmillan said t' t
St weuld bo only covrteout ta I t
him know thet, owiim ta t
many preotcuap 1 1 v v-aot
aot v-aot 00 able to'.t
visit to M!o in f-'uy."
. ""lie exprrfed the hf-pe t r at a
situation might develop whn a vis visit
it visit of this kind would be bvi wl.
come to Mr. Pu!rrn -1 - -from
the r''! r
tbo $''--

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by Erskin Johnson


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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Holly-, clubs for the first stanza. But

wood on TV: Mow it s even Las there's nothing wrong with the en-

f: VCgllS, IMAlIlg' HIV ... ...... ... ..........., ... ...V .u.a uiv mull-

VHh- a sponsor na men, r.aturauy, cy ana prestige 01 coasi-to-coas'.
. old Gold. Not that the Nevada exposure, if it happens, will no
gambling city is allergic to new, doubt bring out bigger names and
rmlA. mQrp than .list si v V r a c

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. i i i j i 1 1. u.. u . ; ...i i i i ouus xavui uie iiuusu mui u wuura wiiu aeenieu iusi on
and! the hie name stars who play the stage. They weren't lost.

Swank Las Vegas hotels should though, on TV etiquette. The dolls
f avoj the rating odds "of the just j had been carefully' briefed along
premiered one hour :'Fabulous the lines of r
LasVegas." "This is TV, kids, so watch
' J I those bumps and grinds."
GJsh, it may even start a newi ..
TV jrend of shows titled, "What's I LOUIS PRIMA and his hat
My .Point?," "Studio 7-11," "Play-1 band, singer Marion Hutton, com com-hnne
hnne com-hnne 21," and "Shower of DieeV' edian Lou Nelson, two rock 'n'
Itfcht now "Fabulous Las Ve- roll combos the Treniers and the
gas? which originates in the-Con- King's IV an amasing tumbling
go Room of the Sahara Hotel, is I act the Seven Ashtons dancer
see only on KNXT. the Los'An-jKcn Barry, and comedinne Mu Mu-eslofi
eslofi Mu-eslofi CBS-TV affiliate station. But riel Landers opened the series
.if' tHe show. clicks locally, the net- with Joe Graydon as master of
WorJ. and the sponsor will give it ceremonies.
oaSt-to-coast -sparkle as Jackie The sponsor and the network
niricnn't cummer rpnlacement. took no chances with the Las Ve

il I gas audience. There wasn't a glass!

BOD ABBOTT and Lou Costello, on any table in the Sahara s Con Con-Betty
Betty Con-Betty Hutton and Joe E. Lewis, go Room or a waiter in sight. For
who-chatted in the audience, were i camera clarity there even was a
tho Vmlv in- thpflr-sh Me names on 'request for No Smoking' in the

fherfirst stanza, produced by Stan' audience, despite cigaret sponsor sponsor-Irwrn
Irwrn sponsor-Irwrn and Larry Sloan.- Stan and! ship. But at least the sponsor sponsor-Larry
Larry sponsor-Larry dreamed up the idea a year didn't object to mentions of gam-

agoi'and were ready when KNXT's.Diing on me me Jiour ui p.m. 10

orosram boss. Don Hine, came to m.u.i.g.iw "" t..ies mc

No More Ship Rock n Roll; ;

' Remove Seasickness


LOS ANGELES -- (UP) Elvis ventionaL hatch covers requires 8

with the country's teen-agers, but

town shoppings for TV show

from the famous resort town.
Others had shopped before
Hint, and Las Veqn has seen
coophr-of Milton Berlo and Lib Lib-rc
rc Lib-rc pick -up, ut "Fabulous
,Las,Vas," backed by all of its
.hotels, lt the first full entertain entertainment
ment entertainment program scheduled' on a
regular basis from the Nevada
boom town.
The "local show" label and a
budget that couldn't keep rou roulette
lette roulette .wheel spinning blacked out
the! big, big names usually asso associated
ciated associated with Las Vegas supper

kiddies in bed

"Star ftuddtd shows beyond
compare" is one of the lines in
the show's opening theme song.
If the sponsor can afford the
stars to which Las Vegas has
grown accustomed, "Fabulous Las
Vegas" is headed for the big-time
and will -put TV's old mpvies back
on the shelf.

has introduced a popular item

that eliminates rock 'n roll from

its ships.
It's the new Spcrry gyrofins sta

bilizcr on the U.S.S. Mariposa, a
pleas'ire cruise ship plying be

tween the West '.oast and Aus

These stabilizers eliminate 90
per ?ent of the r eking and roll rolling
ing rolling of steamships, and practical

ly do away with seasickness

The stabilizers were first put In Into
to Into operation with a full passen

ger load on the 400-mile trip from
San Francisco to Los Angeles
when the Mariposa left recently
on t.'ie firt leg of its trip to Hono
lulu. Tahiti, New Zealand and

There was practically no evi evidence
dence evidence of any sideways motion on

the ship, and not a single case of

The "fins" are 14 feet long, sev seven
en seven feet wide and reach a thick thickness
ness thickness of two feet at the back. Each
fin weighs 32 tons and extends
from each side of the hull below
the water line amidships. ,
Other Changes
A gyroscopic "brain" on the
bridge measures rate, speed and
angle of the seas, automatically
enabling the fins to herd off any

rou or pucn.

Airmen Test New Weather Plan;
Push-Button Briefing Offered

crew. -lUKAiNuviJiw v mjw r ukc&

Every stateroom is wired for BASE, Mo. (UP). Push-but

television. ton weather briefings have, ar-
' The air-conditioning unit is; so rived; for U.S.! -Air ; Force pilots,

complete that the Mariposa even U s called weatnervision.

has special air conditioning for

the nog kennels!

And the beautiful tropical plant

me aboard the month-old ship al
ready is ceiling high. It was start

ed two years ago, with a special
type, of earth in an airconditioned
room that contained salt air so
it would be acclimated for the

oceaa journeys.

Florida Planning
To Become Atomic
Training Center
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UP) (UP)-Florida
Florida (UP)-Florida and its state-operated uni universities
versities universities are doing some bold
planning in an effort to become
a training base for atomic scien scientists
tists scientists of the future.
Spurred by atom-mirided Gov.
Leroy Collins, the state has an

active nuclear energy commission
and a scientific advisory commis

sion hard at work on a program

for the

The system emplpys iclQsed-cir-

cmt television and a two-way
communications system. It al

ready has increased the efficiency
of i the Grandview AFB weather
station and reduced sharply the
time a pilot needs in preparing
for flight.
Nobody, including- the-, farmer,
needs to know more about weath

er than a pilot. Through a. Weath-;

envision receiver,, which may be

located at Dase operations or m a
general's gffice,, detailed-briefings
with charts may be given quickly
and expertly.
If a pilot has questions, all he

has to do is press the" button of a
communications microphone and
query the forecaster.

A Yeai'a Tost
Maj.- Gen. Jarred V. Crabb,

N J ri t .

cumumiiucr oi me central Air de defense
fense defense Force, headquartered t
Grandview, bega.n urging a surer,
faster system 'of handling weather
briefings. Maj. Gen. Thomas
S. Moorman, Jr- commander of

Air weather service, joined the

search, Jiarw tests were conduct

ed at Hamilton AF B Calif. Dage

television Division of Thompson
Products; -Inc., at -Michigan City,
Ind., woo the contract to build the


j The system will be tested for
one year at Grandview. Similar

systems are being installed at

Qtis, Mass., and McGuire. N.J..

Air Force Bases, v "'
j Lt. CoL Everett .J, Cartwright
of the 19th Weather Squadron,
who ; installed the equipment at
Grandview, said it paid running
costs In a few. weeks in' savings on
personnel alone. i
. Weatnervision operates from a
central telecasting station. A cen

tral forecaster remains at all
times in touch with each of the 10

receiving points on the base.



Problem: Who's To Bat for Dulles?
Maybe Knowland, Bridges. Jennings

1957 legislature which

would get Florida in on the ground

While the fins are the biggest floor of nlannine for the nuclear

new Item in shipbuilding today. 'age.

the Mariposa has .a few other

How to crash TV note:

wood barber Joe Pinzone, about
to shave Art Linklctter, said:
"I've got a daughter who should

"firsts" for the West Coast ship

ping inausiry:
For the first time, waitresses
are being used aboard a ship in
the Pacific, although this prac practice
tice practice has been followed on occa occasions
sions occasions in the Atlantic.
The hatch covers are hvdraul-

jicallv operated, opening and clos-

Holly-1 "18. the touch of a button, en-

aoiing one man to do in a few
moments a job which with con

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be heard on your show.".' Art

looked at the razor, reolied: "Send
her in for an audition.'! It's the

story behind Rosemane Rand's
TV singing debut on Art's "House "House-party"
party" "House-party" show.

Sponsor trouble sank Jack
Webb's "Noah's Ark." The show
leaves the air in March. .Pinky

Lee, who once charmed the kid kiddies
dies kiddies on NBC, is cooking up a
filmed comedy show titled, "Per "Perils
ils "Perils of Pinky." . "Harlem After
Dark," on film, will be making
the rounds soon featuring all-Ne

gro talent.

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The goal is to make Florida the
center of nuclear and aeronautic
induitry.. (The starting point is to
geait the University of Florida
tnd Florida State University to
teach all skills needed in the nu nuclear
clear nuclear field.
The university at Gainesville
plans a $12,000,000 Florida center
of nuclear science and industrial

development to concentrate, on
the teaching of technical sci sciences.
ences. sciences. Subjects will include radiation
biology, health physics, tracer nu-

ir.tion, radiation and agricultural

chemistry, 1 nuclear calculations
and applied mathematics, nuclear
process engineering and nuclear

ana rocket propulsion.
Florida planners feel the need

for scientists in these fields is so
great that assistance will toe avail available
able available from federal and industrial
sources. The center would be of
value to the entire South as there

is no other such concentration of

teaching skills and tools on a sin single
gle single campus in the area.
The state's development com commission
mission commission has launched a drive tp
attract nuclear industry to Florida.

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Democratic assault on Secretary

of State Johr. Foster Dulles spot'

lights a serious propaganda defi

ciency in department defenses.

The department lacks a depend dependable
able dependable and aggressive defender 'on

capitol hill. Department agents

have been nosing around for years
seeking such an individual.
.There are several aggressive
and effective Republicans in the

Senate who could do the job if

uiey would, buch men as Senate

he publican Leader William F.
Knowland (Calif) and Sens. Styles
Bridges (NH) and William E. Jen Jen-nei
nei Jen-nei (Ind) would fit the pattern,
Jenner, however, is more often

off the party reservation than on

I. Neither Bridges nor Knowland

has done any real slugging so far

in aeiense or uuiies.
Dulles Has Rough. Time

Dulles meantime, has been
roughed up in public congression congressional
al congressional hearings beyond the experience
of most men. -The general trend
of attack has been that the secre

tary is responsible for Middle
East policies or lack of policies
which brought the threat of World
War III very close.

That is a serious indictment.

x-quaiiy serious is the charge
r-ften now repeated that Dulles
has lost the confidence of ; Con Congress
gress Congress and of the United St.a.'

Major,, European Allies. .Whether
THuleg actually; has llost ihe'tonfr'

ucnceer -congress remains" ta be

Mote likely than not, the Eisen Eisen-hower
hower Eisen-hower t adninistration's proposals'
icr jtaving off Communist pene pene-tratien
tratien pene-tratien of the Middle East will be
approved by Congress without de de-siructive
siructive de-siructive changes. Such approval
would be" an expression of confi confidence
dence confidence at least,' in that policy.
That is the one which has brought
Dulles for days recently before
the Senate Foreign Relations apd
Armed Services Committees.

qualified,' conscientous, haTd work working,
ing, working, dedicated secretary of state"
doing u "terrific job under handi handicaps."
caps." handicaps." Dean Aeieson got rough treat,
ment from Congress' during his
tcim as secretary of state, per
haps as rough as Dulles has been
experiencing, but with a differ
euce. The -difference was Harry
8. Truman,, Mr, Truman who
placed Acheson in charge of the

State Department, -was his ag-j

Ui rssive uei;naer.

Little Defense
The defense of Dulles in Con Con-gresr
gresr Con-gresr is neither as sharp nor as
sustained as the attack. The be be-Ijff
Ijff be-Ijff is spreading here that. Presi President
dent President Eisenhower must shortly
M'tak up sharply for his secre secretary
tary secretary of state if Dulles' prestige is
net to, be very seriously damaged,
Mr. Eisenhower did so privately
Tuesday when he paid a surprise
visit to the capitol to lunch with
Republican senators. Bridges told
reporters afterwards the Presi Presi-dent
dent Presi-dent described Dulles as a "well.

Library Of Congress
Receives tellers
Of Famous Lawmaker


ertson of Washington, daughter cf

tne famous lawmaker,
The letters,, dating from 1885 to
1913,- were found last year in the
attic of a Nebraska office build building
ing building 4jy--members of-the senator's
family and have joined the mah
body of Norris papers ,the senator

ninweir gave the library.


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lshly furrowed brow that you. learml was not repeat;

not having at the wholesome nop in Rolando's Hideaway
the. other ,dav(. because. It. seemstO' Jhaye heepme Joe'
i Hideaway instead. l " t
- A$ J was drawing ? nigh "unto1 the nectar In Joe's'
' Hideaway V gave thought to matters of such great sig--rnificanceat'
the matter, of Analida Alfaro having been been-!
! been-! chosen tft be' Panama's parnlva Queen, this year -'
' .The beauteous. AnaUda was reoentlji1, chosen Inter Inter-1
1 Inter-1 national Coffee Queen down in Colombia,. in a contests
she entered as Miss Panama, In, view of its striking re resemblance
semblance resemblance to a battered coffee-grinder, would it not be 7
suitable if ; Bed's Cantuta Cab were, appointed as Queen
Analida's etate Coach 'during Carftiiral? 1 j." : :
"After all the Cantuta' Cab' is every bit as old as, that-

UUctUXl 1X1 WlllUll yUCCU IKlaWUl pugo ;idmw a-iti
"Mule Train" on her way through London to open Par

liament. ,J 'v i f i$ L 4

T .1u..t tVit nnH T hi or, nnnrlorarl t.riA Air h

Force's new, secret planes. .The matter came up this t
wav. I remembered reading back bouta year ago a

; hartdout Caribbean Air Command, I believe it was, that
went, something like this: i' ? -) ; 'S-',
j . .Constellations wilfland at Howaj-d Jiejd rather
than Albrook. - i : V ( :
1 This was some time before Panama Cariar chairman
.George H. Roderick announced the existence of a long-'
range plan to move all Air Force flying activities from.
Albrook to Howard. :H -'"? M .- -.! T
, l was passing tbe end of Albrook runway the other.
day when there was a loud noise, and a .shadow fell over
me shaped just like a Constellation aircraft four tn;
vgines, three tails' and all. ;'.-ff,A, ;j

A my respect lor sctuuty wmn'w u w.-. a

outs of Caribbean Air Command, precluded me looking,,
'up to see if this was Indeed a Constellation causing the ;
noise and the shadow, but I am 'oound to tell you .1 had
the gravest suspicious it was. '.-',.,,

i mentioneo mis vo a. mu wcu ycio iM ..v ...,
matters, who plays baseball at the Fastlich League park?
nearby. ,t .' : '" . V
' He urged me to study the Albrook,. ramp, indicated,,
thai it littered witte CoMteuattons.W 1 J
' This cloud : dreaming stripling also spoke of such
wondrous things s Qlobemasters and. Flying Boxcars I
; caught no mention ol Sopwith Came4 or Cmtjss Jen-,
nles. 'r 'jv, -'' v
"v 'ti r mitainn Viiit. hrmestlv so. It all came about

sen Georke Norru 0f Ne&aikV because, until this revelation mxt; inere
h..'b? rfwe? I the lSS"1 ing published on the new:pony-sised Constellations the
Congress' by Mrs. John P. Rob-i Air.ForCe ig using. V' '. L

These are shapea exacuy nKe wimi, wc ;

to regara as wie narraat vuiw uu, u . .
expertly scaled down, 7 ... ., fn
i Actually,, they are no bigger tlian the C-47s. for
which; Albrook and its over-Balboa "luproaches havelong
been "adequate, ' " ' ' " J
Many people down here have been deceived into be be-njr
njr be-njr tv,m fn vu t.h nid. Howard-size Connie, and my

" ThV 'iUte informant has nothing to "apologize for m misin-.
Bf tforris as" he concerned him--'forming' me.Jj.ri 'C'.'i :'" 1"

, In the same way, what uok lor uiooenuiei
actually placid old Navy blimps, slightly modified.- His
Flying: Boxcars were, a neat pew weather kite, Ingenious Ingeniously
ly Ingeniously motorized. rv :' . , ...
. His original mistake lay in -not paying heed to the
Caribbean, Air Command handout I quoted back there a
bit. -if he had remembered that,. would' have known
Uhat the three-tailed, planes crowdmg the Albrpok ramp
could not possibly be Constellations. s .
This section is just crowded with science this week.
- Time to move on to the CFN-TV studies out at Ft.
Clayton, at which I recently shot a sideways 1 glance,, .
il A devious bunch of cookies out there, J ever, met
oe, Station manager Jim, Patterson and of f icer-m-charge
Maj. John Morrissey rmanifeted all ? kindi of
courtesy.r They showed me a.cpupie bf .little flat'boxes
which they, said were TV cameras, but which could equal:
, ly have been someone's lunch box.
; Three or four Ols were sitting 'looking- at TV' on,
screens not much bigger than a rpgular-size envelope,
unnt hAut that? ..While officers get to; look .at' big

regular screens, like ; ciymans, these poor ennsiea., men
have to make do with poky little,screens about one-tenth
the size. N ' ., ;
:. As their guest, I did not upbraid Morrissey and Pat
terson for this inequity, but I took good note of it, be believe
lieve believe me..-': --v-: i'-:- '' :r',"'; .-' ,' I' I'-Iix
Iix I'-Iix their- pretense that they were showing me just
about everything that makes the etation tick, they were
outwardly so helpful that I believe they would, had I
asked, have let me see and perhaps even touch, the "One ..
Moment-Please". sign... V
Without reservations, they lei me look at the an announcer1
nouncer1 announcer1 listening on the telephone as the Albrook weath-
' er man confirmed that the dry season was with us. .This .This-w
w .This-w for th benefit of viewers who have not looked out

;the window since their TV set was insUlled.
Patterson and Morrissey took me for a fool. It was
their undoing. I kfiow their alleged explanation of ho
the machines worked were so mucli hogwash.
' I have long been "familiar with radio, so this TV
stuff is not all new to me, by a long way. When my
tour of inspection was complete, and they had not even
mentioned, let along invited me to see, the cat s fhker
or the crystal, 1 knew tMy were being less than straight straight-forward.,:
forward.,: straight-forward.,: -. ..
PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT this week was go-,
ine to make a respectful bow towards former British,
prime minister 5ir Anthony Eden, briefly among us last
night, but Eden hasnihad much luck of any sort lately,, ...
so best not drag the guy into this affair. ;
So let us turn again then to Stu Brown's Junior Col College
lege College baseball team which won a came last week. The
score:-".-'"' ...;,..-..' -" '..'.
10-01' --'--
: What with what the Pirates did in the middle of
last season, and JC winning a game, baseball's getting
more unpredictable all the time, y

self with the depression period of

tne 1890 8, Nebraska politics in
general and the 1908 campaign
...t. i v' ...l.i.

wiieq uie lmocrats unaer(jv uiiam
Jennings Bryan swept the state,
almost upsetting Norrts. then a

oepuoucan congressman. s -
He was elected in that cam

paigft, (he letters' reveal, f'by the
narrow margin of 22 votes and

my district comprises 19 counties.

ine.ipuers also present the sen

atprs viewpoint 'as a senatorial

candidate in -the election cam

paign, of. 1912 when; the .Kepubji .Kepubji-can
can .Kepubji-can party split xwid pen, fatally
dividing its sUDDOrt between then

President Wijliam' Howard Taft
snd presidential aspirant Theo Theo-odort
odort Theo-odort Roosevelt to the benefit of

uemocratic : candidate Woodrow
Wilson.; -v .:.-

Th letters concern,1 loo, Norris'
fight to curb the then almost' un

limited powers of the speaker of

uie uouse 01 Representatives. As
one constituent put it, in this fight

orns cnose "to be a .live Re Re-publicaa
publicaa Re-publicaa in preference tp mullet
head regular."

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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY S," 1937, .' ' ' """"" ' ' ' ' " ' ; ' J "g

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. i.-lici ww "f nf Vunii twl- are delivered bv CARE to representatives of the town of La Concepcl6ii at
A KESETTLER'S KW .and It set of d Jg60 to r)dro Barsallo, member of the board of the newly-or-'
!.K mSSSLSEK f'ftSSSeVlft lS iStilSdJSi the CAEe mission, in Panama; PYed H. Botttor.

fi.iitf" .w..,n'rhiMim.;iiihii marie the' nres i

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Sunday, IsWM.OTwrJM

left to right) OhicK per,:w
F Went), treasurer of the

t t 1 r.FN ROBERT M. MONTAGUE, commanaer in cruer. or me canoDejiu Vi?lu"?.
StA lSeirf S Gi Sts of America at a. brief coffee-meetlr In bis office thta past
Pictured left to right are: Misa; Elizabeth McHugh, Director of US Region No.
T&SSSi&iSr the'canal Zone; j 1, Welsey H. Townseud, bgJgM-

ldent of the Canal Zone Council, BaiDoa; .ana -jhxs. 4 aura w.
Zone Council. '' v ' "'-'' ;, ;

C-47?; They
. xtT?T rc ttpi Tnev
-.tned building X the C47, thel
r. ... u tit 11 i nn
worKnorse wi !"' j,
VE day, ut like" the model-A
' Ford it goes on and on. --They're
still making parts for
the old flying wonderi that wrote
'" heroic legends in the skies across
" both oceans and drew the wonder wonder-i
i wonder-i nncno y tha men who flew
them ad the grateful thanks of
anution at war.
' Aviation experts say that the
r'- C-47 beat the Liberty ships a
logistics weapon uiai neipw
win the war. It won a place in
"". the Smithsonian Institute;
; rolled down the uonaia w.
1.. .coomhlv lines in Santa Mon-
. rlif in December. 1935.. It
was the third desig- in the Doug
Us series, the DC-3, caUed by the
Army Air Force the v4 ana y
. .. Km the R4D. -': V
Douglas still makes parts for
- the C-47 and will continue so long
as there is a demand.
Airline Service ""J
' Th hio has been known Tan
ously as the Jungle Express, the
., yy-trooper, or Old Fatso. The
British called her the Dakota. And
' American fighting men bad all
sorts oi' affectionate names for the
"old reliable." -j
At one tune 90 per cent of U.S.
air travel was via the DC-3. The
latest census in 1955 re revealed
vealed revealed that more than 1.500 still
- are flying an estimated 17,000, 17,000,-'
' 17,000,-' 0U0 passenger mi;es daily. Own
ers, aside from the military,, in-i

. - f v. I,

the Taboga' reri dezvous held, by

'Jwwtaked iTo bv Worden E.

Pacific Squa dron,
Still Serve their
-ciuae major u.o. iuuuca uu i,u
airline, .of nearly; every Joreign
Even the Russians purchased a
few in the late 1930's and, under
a licensing ; agreement, began
turning them out in quantity as
the Ilyushin LI-2. This craft Is the
mainstay of air transportation to
day behind the Iron Curtain.
The DC-3 took part In every ma
jor encounter in World War 1L
ferrying men and supplies, shut
tling back and forth from air
strips in the rear to hastily
scraped clearings to onload her,
precious cargoes to battling serv
icemen and to serve as airborne
The planes chalked tip an unbe
lievable flying record. Once in a
midair collision, a DCS lost five
feet from one wing tip and landed
safely with a full load of passen
gere, ,. .'. j
. Douglas Rewarded ';
In China one was strafed on the
ground by the Japanese and lost
its. right wing. It was fitted with
one from a. DC-2, the predecesyr
ship, which was good 10 feet
shorter. It took off just the same
Designed to carry Z- passen
gers the"C-4S habitually was ov'
loaded. During the evacuation of
Burma one C47 carried seventy-!
four passengers, including IX Col
James Doouttle returning from his
Tokyo bombing raid.
It earried par-stroopers weap
ons, bulldozers, gasoline an
toything else that needed hanlins
A wing that was too big to fit Into

entatlon: xenia Juiiao ana Mrs. eeny iuw;nmiim, meuiuo

of the town.
the CX-jTacl&Jtaoalast'
Mirw Fitzeerald.
jvuuc, v
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U.S. Publics
the fuselage waslied wider th
belly. : ...
it flew two airborne divisions
to battle in Normandy on D-Dayj
in June," 1944. -
The government gave Donald
W. Douglas the Exceptional Serv Service
ice Service Award specifically, for the de design
sign design and building of the C-47.
Nowadays there are newer, fast
er. and more comfortable ships.
But as the pilots say. "anyone can
Of -'old latso:' All you need is the
fuselage and a utie Know-now.".
Former Student : T
To Substitute For X
At Teacher At T
' Mrs. Murtal TL .De Young will
substitute for several months as
art instructor, while Mrs. Betty B.
Bents is on leave in the United
States, at the Balboa YMCA-USO
on Monday evenings commencing
from I Id i o'clock. ,-
' Mrs.? DeYourg has studied ofl
painting with Mrs. Bentx, J u a
Cedeno. Mrs. Beaudry in the
Canal Zone and attended full time
classes at the Ringling School of
Art and the Farmsworth School
of Art in Sarasota, Fla. Many of
her paintings have been exhibited
on the Isthmus.
Students wishing to attend are
urged to-be early on opening night.1

Peach of a Story,

pearj Keacnea hi
By Vay of Indies
ALBANY. N.' Y.' -fUP)- Tle
pear tree may be said to have
come to New York state by way
of a battle in the West Indies
more man iv years ago.
The Dutch attacked the Portu-
jjguese on the Caribbean island oi
St. Martin in 1644. One of ihe
Dutchmen lost a leg in the en
counter. :
Taken back to Holland to rscu-
perate. the 52-year old adventur
er became fond of drinking "per
ry," a cider made from pear
juice. ? 1
.'That man was Peter Stuyve Stuyve-sant,
sant, Stuyve-sant, who a year or so later was
appointed governor of New Am Amsterdam.
sterdam. Amsterdam. When he arrived in
I what later was -to become New
i York City, Stuyvesant brought
tnlnntr hi., oil. .am t.lMiiJ ..
BUTci-uuiiiueu wuuutu
ieg ana enough pear trees to fill
an orchard.
He planted the trees near what
is now the junction of Third Ave
nue and ih Street in New York
City. Today, the state has some
500,000 pear trees.
; Are More Autos
InU. $. How v
(Gu3Sjr Tf;:ri Red)
. NEW YORK-'uP)-.The num
ber of registered automnhii nrtr.
ators in the United States is grow growing
ing growing about as fast as the popula-
. -. J,is .-'', .."" f i'jii.,-.
. Universal C.l.T. Credit Corpora
tioh, the nation's largest indennri
ent automobile finance comoanv.
pomts out that, both the regular
population and the- driving popu population
lation population is increasing at the rate of
ooui 2,wu,uuo a year.
By 1965. the rnmnanv rnurfait
about half of the people in the
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A call at New Zeland House, in
London's famous Strand, the oth other
er other afternoon set me reflecting on
a state of affairs which struck me
as remarkable. ; 4: ;J-r:
If I stood at Temple Bar, the
City of London's western bounda-;
ry, and, gifted with superhuman
nth tccil a hall due west
! M i u- , li e it
would make an- almost Complete
lour 01 uie eriuau wuuiiiiiuwi
From huge Australia House,
tirif.hin dart, throw of the City it-
1 self, the ball would bounce to In In-!dia
!dia In-!dia House r then, still in straight
westerly flight, it would tip the
Summit OI new z.ewnu xiuusb
almost next door, rattle the tiles of
Rhodesia and Nuasalind. a
The Union of South A f r 1 1 a
House, a little ftarther West, would
be the bouncingoff point for a fin final
al final graceful lob over the fountains
of Trafalgar square into me oroaa
lap of Canada House,
How these microcosms of Com Commonwealth
monwealth Commonwealth came to be sorted into
such strange coincidental align alignment
ment alignment I will not attempt to fathom.
What is more remarkable still,
another' New Zealand House, to
replace the old, is soon to rise
nmuHiv over London's Pall Mall
in the same .charmed line of sight
astheresLi'4v;j's7' ,
Exactly what heiaht the New
Zealand House fewer will be is
still a matter for debate.
It will be a modernistic 2 mil
lion Dound pile of 16 stores to
round off that splendid vista that
begins from my vantage point at
Temple' Bar. -'
Drawings and models have been
shown to the Press by the archK
tect. Professor Robert Matthew
inint desiener of London's world
famous Royal Festival Hall), and,
to a layman's propnenc eye, me
effect should be magnificent.
Leaving New Zeland House l
went to examine i the new site,
crossing Trafalgar Square at sun
set. just when the armies of star
lings were holding meir noisy eve
nina roll call on the rooftops.
New Zealand House irs to replace
the old Carlton Hotel at the corner
of-Fall Mall and Haymarket, and,
after 1970, Her Majesty's Theatre
Faced with Portland stone, with
a base of biacK granite, it will
completely transform this corner
of 19th century London
The tower, we are told, Will
have large proportion of glass
"for light and grace," and a it
will crown a surrounding build building
ing building of much less bulk, tht ufficet
should have plenty of daylighr
and air.
As a. conservative-minded Lon Londoner,
doner, Londoner, I admit gazing sadly at the
friendly though clumsy bulk of the
oldarltofii' sboh to crumble un
der attack from the demolition
country will be licensed to drive a
car. Registered drivers will total
about 96,000,000 as compared with
a total population of about 190
The number of licensed drivers
now Is about 75,000,000, the Com
pany said. It attributed the ex
pected rapid gain to the increas
ing number of two-car families, in
which wives and often teen-age
children drive, and to the fact that
so many more young, people are
obtaining licenses as soon as they
attain tht proper age.
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Third Dimension Sterling Patterns by'

Canal Zone Delivery


But already in my mind's eye
the new building was taking shape,
the tower seemingly afloat over
the trees of the .Mall, ana at.
James's Park, as a distinctive
symbol of the Commonweaun s
freshness and youth perpetually
Back in Trafalgar square, 1
found the starlings raising their
din to a frenzv. I hone by the time
New Zealand's tower is complete
it will not be just another roosting
ground for these cacopnonous
birds.'. .. v v ...
Live electric wires, supersonic
sound blasts, stuffed, snakes and
live hawks have all been used a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst them without effect.
Now there is much interest in a
new anti-starling campaign start
ed in the Miaiana city 01 Birming
ham, ". '. ' V' ...
, The idea is to lure the mras
from the city centre by warming
tree-tops in the suDurDs.
All night arc-lamps are burn burn-Ine
Ine burn-Ine un in the beech trees of Swan-
shurst Park to attract the star starlings
lings starlings by heat and light
Whether Birmingham has the
right idea about starlings it is -till
too early to say, out were can De
no doubt about its splendid theo theories
ries theories on house building.'
If tried in Pall Mall, these ideals
would have New Zealand House
finished in less time than it takes
to fly to the Antipodesi
Birmingham's here at the mo moment
ment moment is Thomas Smith, a bui'd bui'd-r
r bui'd-r from nearby Sutton Cold Cold-field
field Cold-field who, with 40 brave men and
trut, has erected a three-bedroom
house in thirteen and a half
He challenged his team to build
a house in a dayr Work started at
7:30 a.m. when 16 bricklayers set
to work to lay over 16,000 oricks.
By lunch time, when they were
up to the first floor, the painters,
plumbers and electricians moved
At dusk the joiners were fitting
the roof joists, and, under flood floodlights,
lights, floodlights, the house stood complete,
by 9 p.m.
Amid cheers from a big crowd,
Smith said he had proved that the
British workman was the best in
the world.
One day,, perhaps, we shall be
shooting up houses in a flash by
automation and electronic comput computers.
ers. computers. Lord Halsbury has been telling
the Institution of Works Managers
that industrial mathematics are
going to revolutionise production
in me next 24 years.
Every factory, he said, miiiht
have its own electronic computer
controlled by a special staff and
supplying answers formerly arm
ed at by guesswork, intelligent Or
'But therels"a Tfto automat
tion, and it was interesting to have
this said by r. u. Alien, direcor
of so modern an organisation: as
Untish Nylon Spinners.
He ridiculed the 1 Jdea that
the new Industrial community
would be composed of "dedicat "dedicated
ed "dedicated scientists sitting motion'ess
in front of winking controllers
and radar screens."
Leadership, insisted Allen, would
always be required. It would still
be necesrsary for the works man manager
ager manager to go his rounds. "If not," he
said, ''the works manager would
inevitably become unknown, aloof,
and, as a works manager. use-
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Everything, was tet for, the con con-tractot
tractot con-tractot to start excavation ; work
on a million-dollar College Center
Mulding- for Portland State Col-lcgeJ-atraost,1
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There was no city permit for
the job.
College officials said they hadn 1
learned until just before work was
to begin that a city permit was
necessary for the state building.
City Commissioner William
Bowes helped untangle the ,tecb-
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.;tv Poller as and montunas worn by many members enhanced
W, the Carnival atmosphere of a tea given by the Canal Zone
w ; College Club at Amador Officers' Club yesterday afternoon.
'WVH An exciting program of native dancing was given under
the direction of Sen. Moscoso of the National School of
5 Dancing ta Panama.
,i Mrs. J. R. Hammond Jr., president of the College Club,
i''l welcomed guests.
.4'r-.-.- Mis. j. Bartlev Smith, who had arranged the afternoons
! entertainment, received many compliments from the presi

dent, members and their guests.

morning. He will be, here for five


- lir Anthony Eden. Stops Here
""rwl90te To Now Zeland
JUfciew Anthony and Lady Eden were
v flftrte passengers of the 'Rangi-
' JaX. New Geland Shipping Co.
i JJ..reJ" which docked here yester-
she fedens are on iheis way to
v? Zealand for a vacation trip.

afand Countess Jowitt
.; L,rir Isthmus For Day
v Earl and Countess Jowitt arriv arriv-"'"i'
"'"i' arriv-"'"i' ed in Cristobal yesterday morning
passengers aboard the Pacific
""Steam Navigation Company's "Rei "Rei-.
. "Rei-. Tha del Mar" from Liverpool. The

-hip wilt leave Balboa this morn
ing for the vst coast of South A

Lord Jowitt it prominent bar bar-hClJ;ster
hClJ;ster bar-hClJ;ster and has held a number of
tit. important posts with the British
Government. He was successively

,,t Sohtor General, Paymaster (Jen
eral. and Minister without Port

folio during World War II. He held

the post of First Minister oi wa wa-'
' wa-' tional Insurance from 1944 to 1945
J' and was Lord Chancellor from 19 19-,
, 19-, 45 to 1951. He and Lady Jowitt
,ty ire making a South American
i' cruise aboard the Reina del Mar.
t.1 Mr. Casler' Mother
ii Returns To States
i 1 Mrs. George Pflomm, who spent
' several weeks in Panama visiting
J her son and daughter-in-law Mr.

Miss Mary Clark's


On Display At USO
Currently on display at the USO
JWB Armed Forces Service Cen

ter are the paintings of Mary Le

Seueur Clark, rne ewmi ns
been arranged In cooperation with
the Canal Zone Art League.
nn tiichiav in thi Art Gallerv

Sehwart's Houiegueats ... atI lif. ,nd eut flowers done

Leave For Home in oil. The over-all appearance of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schwarts hbft d a refreshing
sailed Wednesday to return to their J"' the air with
home in Long Island, New York. ju1 "JV 0f an outstanding
Thy. had been visiting Mr inof white upon white

Schwartz orower ana sisier-ui-mwi . ... rtvicwef rekindles
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schwartz of.wh'ch to this '.we.r-.1rm"

and Mrs. Harry Casler of Golf
Heights, has returned to the States
by air.
She will spend two weeks in Flo Florida
rida Florida before returning, to her home

in Rideewood. New Jersey.

Mr. Casler i the public Affairs

Officer of the American fcmoassy,


The United States has unveiled a

broad plan to increase financial

and technical assistance to Latin

America for the development of

peaceful uses of atomic energy in

me nemispnere.
The plan would attempt, in ef effect,
fect, effect, to bring ntw life to Presi President
dent President Eisenhower's atom l-for.
pease program in Latin Arn i ica,
ca, ica, especially in the fields of ms
diine, agriculture and industry.
Its two basic objectives are:

(1) A string of new research and

training centers, presumably in Ar

gentina, Brazil, Venezuela and

Puerto Kico, and;

(i) rhe creation within the Or

ganization of American Statea (0

AS) of a consultative committer

on nuclear energy to coordinate

me research activities.

The plan was unfolded bv T)r

Milton Eisenhower at a closed m
ing of the Committee of RenrasAn

tatives of the 21 American ro.

puDiics, the United Press learned

irom responsible sources,

ine presentation followed a nriv.

ate meeting vesterdav between rir

Eisenhower and his brother, Pres-

luem cisennower. in wnioh tha turn

presumaDiy discussed the plan.
It created considerable expects
tion among the Latin American re.
presentatives on the Mmmit

The grpup is meeting here for the!

Last Sunday the visitors were
guests of honor at a buffet supper
at the Hotel Washington.
Formal Party
Planned For
Brig. Gen. Stubbs

Lt. Col. and Mrs. John u Ap-


Miss Clark has had no previous
experience other than the three
years that she has been in the
Canal Zone. During this time she

has studied with tne luesoames
Jean Beaudry and Agnes John-

The impression one receives,

pel have issued invitations to a! however, is W
huffet sumier Dartv to be held ailhibited by an artist of long stand

Ft. Amador Officers' upen Mess,

Wednesday night

The guest of honor will be Brig.
Gen. Marshall Stubbs. Command

ing General of General Chemical

Corps Material Command.
Gen. Stubbs was scheduled to ar

rive on the Isthmus early this

The exhibit can be viewed in the
Art Gallery of the USO-JWB dad
y between the hours of 9:00 a.m.
to 10:00 p.m. Servicemen, their

dependents, and the general puD
lie of the Canal Zone and the Re
publie of Panama, are cordially
invited to view the display.



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. lack Mettca for Inclusion in tab
column should a Mibmittod in
ryae-wriHn form and mailed to one
t th box numbars littod daily ta
Social and Otharwitt." or deliver delivered
ed delivered by band to tho office. Notices of
mMNngs canntt bo accaptod br
Caribbean Stamp Club

Met Tuesday
There will be a meeting of the
Caribbean stamp Club at 7:3ft

p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 5, at the Tive

on uuesi House, ah adult (.tamp
collectors in Panama and the
Canal Zone are welcome to at attend.
tend. attend. Meetings ara normally held

on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of
each month.
Amateur Radie Assn.
Sponsors Talk
By Lt. Col. Grose

The canal Zone Amateur Ra

dio Association is sponsoring a
talk by Lt. col. Les Groas on the
Earth Satellite nest Thursday
eveninr ta 7:10 In the library of
the Jewish Welfare Board U S O.

on La Boca Road.

- Amateurs are asked to bring

weir juiy -so issue or ysi.

Regular business will be eon-

ducted before the talk.
All amateurs who are inter inter-ested
ested inter-ested In obtaining; their 1858 ear

license .plates with their radio

calls, are reminded that they

must order them not later than

March 7.
See.;, the secretary or
treasurer and place your order
now, jt is not necessary that you

be a member oi the club to or order
der order license plates, but rfiey. must
be ordered through the club. For
any additional information call
Balboa 2995.

second time in five months to

search for ways of, speeding econo

mic and social development in the

The committee meanwhile adopt

ed a draft agenda as a basis for
discussing ways to strengthen the

economic and social activities of

the Organization of A m e c.i c a n

Mates. j
The four-point document was es

sentially the same, as the one sub submitted
mitted submitted yesterday by a six-nation

drafting subcommittee, qualified
sources told the United Press.

It called for projects in the fields

of nuclear energy, foreign trade,
private investment, public financ financing
ing financing and technical cooperation.

The agenda limits the fields in

which the 21 republics can now of

fer specific projects for considera

tion at the committee s final meet-,
ing, probably in April. v H

The committee else decided at
its morning session to set up a
permanent working group in
Washington that will consider
specific projects from member
governments. The projects must
conform with the agenda.
Delegates believe that criterion

will hold the projects to about 10
as against more than 90 submitted

to the first committee meeting last

Ihe committee is an outgrowth

of a proposal made by President

Jsennower at the Panama con conference
ference conference of chiefs of state last June
where he urged speeding econo economic,
mic, economic, financial and social develop development
ment development ip the hemisphere.
The presidential representatives
attended a luncheon given in their
honor by the new under-secretary
of State Christian Herter.
The United States, proposal ap appeared
peared appeared to resolve, the rivalry be between
tween between two leading Latin American
powers for the seat of an inter-A-menean
nuclear center: Argentina
and Brazil each off ered plans for
the creation of such a center at
the committee's opening session
yesterday. : .?
The United States position on
this point. Dr. Eisenhower said, is

that "it would, be better to draw
upon all facilities existing or to be

developed m the various countries,
and seek to coordinate them in a

program of research and training
that, will be of maximum benefit
to all the American republics

xm statement was contained In
a speech outlining the United States


It proposed the creation of a inn

sultative committee in the OAS,
made up of one scientist from

each member country, "whose prhi

cipai tasK would be to prepare

PT. CLAYTON DISASTER CONTROL DISTAFF Shown here at a recent meeting of the Fort i
Clayton Disaster Control Distaff Council, also the first general membership meeting 6f the
year, are, front rpw. left to right: Mrs. Joseph: Twombly,. incoming -vibe president; Mrs Betty '-t.
McMath, Incoming president Mrs, Francia Dorsett, Incoming vice president, and Mrs. OharLM :
V. Lanza,' child care supervisor. Standing, left to right: Mrs". Robert j Ryals, outgoing vice
president; Mrs, Robert Wells, outgoing president! Col.. Peter 6. Peca, Commanding Officer,1.
Fort Clayton; Mrs. Peca, honorary president, and Mrs. Lvle Barnes, outgoing vice; ureaident..

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SOME NOTABLE DIOR "LOOKS." Froni left, the "figure, 8" and "New Look" both 1947; th
"H" (or flat) line 1954,- and the aAn line of 19 B5. "-l am obsejwed: py them,", fayr designer, V


Friends raised enough money to
send him to I sanitarium where

PARIS (NEA) If you re check- he spent his recupr-ation at fash

nH ,.Mn,..j ,u .V ..(tnt! anniversaries, it is now exact- ion drawing. He had found a talent

republic, coMdinatid one nla'X W iinc th bri,f We ol Baclt ta-P. 0ld several
?nrP 111.! !.ffitae- "New Look" in w o m e n' designs and found a Job as a cos-

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Abew Saad Shrine
Abou Saad Shrine Temple will

hold its most important meeting
of the year tonight at 7 o'clock at
the Ancon Masonic Temple ac,

eorauig to JioDen t. nusseii, po

Elections of Officers who will

guide the organization for 1957 will

be held at this meeting as well

as reports of the audit committee,

special building commitee and

the Ancon Masonic Temple As

Following the election of oftc

ers, Russell will perform his last
official act as 1958 potentate by

DENVER TUPl Highly see.

rialized teams at the Rock Moun

tain Arsenal are systematically

destroying obsolete M-69 -napalm
incendiary bombs,-. Col, William
A, Johnson,' acting commander of
the Army Chemical Corps at tha
arsenal has disclosed. f'..
Johnson says destruction of the

50,000 50O-pound bombs and 1M,-

vw mi, iuu-pound naptlm bombs
would take at least two years.
The larger bombs will be do do-stroyed
stroyed do-stroyed after all the M-69s are
disassembled and burned, he said, i
"The bombs are o b s o 1 e t e," I
Johnson said, "and, there in Tin

alternative but to destroy them.
Storage coats are nrohihitiv ani

we've had them on hand too long
We have no further., m inr

them." J.

The steel casin? whi h kmh

me napaim mixture are being sal salvaged
vaged salvaged and sold for scran. The

clothes.. If you re wondering wnac.tume designer for a theatrical

ever happened to the designer re- producer His work with the the the-sponsible,
sponsible, the-sponsible, he's making eut all ater gave him another kind of train

right. ' 1 -4 ing, as well a showmanship' that

ui inrvar icic mm, ...(.
. During; Franco's participation tn
World War II, he served in the ar

my.. During the occupation, he liv lived
ed lived in Provence. And when the war
was over, he returned to Paris to
find that there, was no place for
There was a rumor however,
that France's cotton king, Marcel
Boussac, had invested in a drest
house and needed a new designer.
Dior's fcrtune-teller advised him
to call on Boussac. The result: The
House of Dior.

installing the newly-elected offic. fixture is being burned in a deep
ers. Following the meeting re'pit-
freshments have been arranged! Jhnson said, only few of the
for the members. r" '.' bombs can be destroyed each day.

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In these 1C years, Christian, DWr

has; v -;rr
1. Tyrannized, fashion-conscious

women au over vne wyni -ww
different silhouettes and a line of

stockings, shoes, .underwear,, per
fnmA anil elnves. ; t ? 5 .'

2. Cornered 6 per cent of the

high fashion export market. -v
3. Become an employer of 1,200

nnnnle. and the executive or a

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global neiwora oi 1 lainion uiau-v

-i Retired to a simple life in his

Paris mansion, ontainemeau

farmhouse and Provence nioe-a
wsv rnmlne out onlv to give ex.

tensive parties, attend first nights
at the thester. travel abroad and

of course preside at hii own

seasonal showings.

It la largely talent that put Dior

nrhar ha la. He was corn ai yean

ago into a rich and ranfiecTat;

mospnere as ine new w w
foctane. '
But World War I wiped away his
family's wealth and left the boy to
struggle in the world of hts choice:
Art. His first venture, an art gal gallery,
lery, gallery, flopped. Wis life as a student
architect was unsuccessful. He toos
jobs as aalesman, as an offiee
boy. And then he became HI.


'Out of that house came the "New

Look" on Feb. 12. 1947. Since then.

the feminine figure has been Dior

clothed with names like the Zig

zag. Vertical. Oblique. Oval. Eif

fel Tower. With the understate

ment that comes with auccess,

style names took on the more mod

est H, A, Y and F titles. Then last

year, be bounced bacK witn tne

magnet une.

With remunerative caprice.. Dior

has In 10 years put the world's
women through a series of postur postures
es postures that would tire St. Vitus. Like a
drill sergeant he has ordered: sto stomach
mach stomach In; bosom high; buttocks in;
stomach out; bosom flat) rounded
hips; no hips. y

It has net been whim, according!,,

to Dior. It bas been love; ne re regards
gards regards his dresses M women.

. u td' While some nave neceivea or oie-
ANN i ARBOR,. Mich.-UP)- '.ppointed me," 'he-said,'. "ethers

Hold That Breach

vou feel short of breath, you ae

itually may be "over-breathing.
I Shortness "of breath vfin is a
I symptom of heart disease. But a
University of Michigan medical
school professor says- chronic over-,
i breathers develop symptoms aim
! iiiar tn those found in some kinds

i of heart disease dureiness, numb?

ness and tingling in tne Manas, ten
or mouth, sensations of weakness,

I muscle spasms or cramps. ' i

Altbougb these symptoms may
be due to ever-breathing, the per-:

have loved me as I loved them

Thev reoresent my most passion

ate adventures. I am obsessed by
them.. It .is a cycle both Infernal

and oaradisical. which makes my

life an enchantment as well as a

For most of the women who at attend
tend attend the Dior shows, the : Dior
gowns are far eut oi reach. Only
after' other designers have been
forced -to follow his lead and only
after the copies are en the market
does the world get a chance to

son concerned often feels short of parade the Dior. Look before Its

breath. Dr. Franklin D. Johnson

said. .,
The remedy is simple. Just de
liberately breathe slowly for i
few minutes. If the trouble it

I "over-breathing," Dr. Johnston

said, the sensation should disap disappear,
pear, disappear, :

with "DIOR'S LOOI?,"....'
mens w well a torment-1

An Idaho' farmer protested:

With your so.called genius, you

have managed to disfigure ray
wife. What would you say if
lent her, ever to you?", j 1" v ;
To all this Dior smiles benignly.

'Pcrfcclire' .Gjsl
Clled For t-iedicins

CHICAGO .(UPri.'-A doctor,
urges the 'medical profession ta

tet its sights on' a higher goal,

"penetive meaicint." k
Dr. .Herbert A. Ratnrl's'at(J'.per.
fective medicine "should haVe aa

its end not just living but jj,viaf

Ratner, associate clinical, pso pso-fessor
fessor pso-fessor of preventive medicine at

Trom time to time, the husband
rlsM in imootent nrotest, like the

Los Angeles gsrsge owner wholly,,!. University, expressed Ihf

wrote 10 uror: i wm m juu "") view in aa article in the Bulletin
I come to Parla. You have succeed- rf th, American Associatioa ol

ixi m in, v. -,1'uouc neaicn rnvsicians. i

Civil War pUiow dolL"

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Showjor Children
rODAY ot 4 P.M.
in the patio
Children voder 12-- 75c
. -
r amaerrar. bet dec.
. refresh"tti evUable

.Intrance $1.50 (over 12 yrt.)

A Elikr Holt.

He said culture it nreOccv.

pied with disease and death end
has 'a nearly exclusive eoaeera
With Curative aiul nrtmhvl

'medicine. .. v ;
i "Preventive medicine applied te
a healthy persoa prevents disease,,
but is se doing does not predece
i more health," .Ratner said-'-
i ''it is our failure to recegnlie
and. analyse health as a var1nf
property, irrespective of vajiatiea
in disease, that prevents a e e-namic
namic e-namic reahration of this wltiaa'te
.'goal. la medicine.Hv .-.
: He said doctors should under under-;
; under-; stand more fuUy the implications
of certain criteria, such as Ue
'fcemoglobia ataedard.
j Customarily," he said, ( "Oaf
'concern with aemoglobin is ab abnormality.
normality. abnormality. i
I flf a male hae a hemoglobia
-count below 14 te 16 he is con si
i sidered anemic, n Ratnef said.
"But doctors de not bother, te
build up aa inrttvidtwr no that fee
is well above the normal count"





Social; ana KJth
? rvr v V

Carnival Dane
Class at Kebb -,;;
Graduates i
A graduating party was held at
the Ft. Kobbe Officers' Glut)
Pa-ursday night for members of
me Carnival dance class, who have
, peeft enjoying lessons in .ranama-
luan. dancing lor Jin past monm.
Instructor. Aneseto M o s c a t o,
from the Panama School of Danc
ing brought an orchestra to add to
, the fun, and pupils who had Pana

Aphy Seeking Unknown, ilyises,
In -Scrorige for Service Talent

U$AECARIB Service club direc
tors are questioning everyone uiey
mM 'these dava in the search for
tatenf for the 1957 All-Army En-
. tertainment Contest. ;
i The appeal- is aimed jtf talent
scouts' who. it is aopea,.wm aig
but the best talent la the command
i Writes and appearances on C C-,
, C-, ,. PN-TV arc in store for each pest
.level winner and the talent scoct
, who 'discovers" him. -..
Classes of comnetition are divid
d into two .groups, "live't' and
. rwrorded."
AH acts Will compete before an
: audience at post level competition
it service clubs. At Higher levels,
the .'recorded' groups will be judg judged;
ed; judged; through recorded perform-
: anees; 'C ki ' ':'! ':
f All-r' entries will compete
. kt performances before an audi audi-ence
ence audi-ence at U levels.
' The winner In the USARCAR USARCAR-vl
vl USARCAR-vl finals en April will be te the
thtt InT May to compete with
! winners from all ether commands
In the' All-Army grand finals.
; ; Til e; "Jive" categories include.
1) yecal, soloists.. (Includes all
ftyles,1 ,wy f accompany i ybtm-
elves).!--.. '"r i':'
Z) InstrumenUl soloists: (all mu musical
sical musical styles, accompanied or unac unaccompanied).
companied). unaccompanied). iw-'ivr -' v';
3) Individual specialty. (All single
acts which are nonmusical: not
exclusively : musical; or w h 1 c h
feature both Voice and instrument,
as oancer, comic, jmpersouaiur;.
j ;. 4) Vecal Group, (Net mere than
four members all styles except
barbershop, Spiritual, rh y t b m
'and blues, and reck V roll k'
', 5) Instrumental groups. (Not

morti than' five members all in
-' strumental groups except fi coun-

try r t9 Western. Vocal elements
may be included trovided they re
main, subordinate to the instru-
nent al i presentation). V 3 "
6) Specialty -group musical
('' riore tv ,n three members-all
s, ac! trim an1 de-
jnc .it iaciuJe .vvlty,-comy, and
er dance, in aclu.tion to vocal and-
er presentation; -or

group acts whose vocal and in instrumental
strumental instrumental presentation are equal-
. ly prominent), ; ? L,'i
J) Specialty 'group i non-musical.
(.Not more than three mem members
bers members all group acts which do not
cctain any vocal or instrumental
pr entations as judo, roller
fi-'Tj; Comics,- tumblers,' etc.).
Uhe "recorded" categories are:
1) Sarbtirshop. quartet (Songs
to be accepted -'barbershop', style).

2) ; piritual or rhythm, and blues
Irroi p (three to five members -se-ect.ons
may include spiritual, gos gos-.
. gos-. pel, blues or rock'-'n roH sonfis).
' 3) Country and : Western grocp
fthree to five -members will in include
clude include instrumental musicLand may
er may not, mciuae yqcaJ presenta presenta-...
... presenta-... tion).1 ." .' -- ... ... .,
yl Eattalion or regiraental chbr-
' i) Post, division or, major com-
maoa' cnorus..
6) Army band chorus. )
' 7) Singing platoon (not less than
jo members including leader. Songs
will be sung in unison in march
tempo). v f .. ; v,' ,, 4
. The .rules governing the contest

.are:. ... ...
'. 1) All United States Army per.
! sennet currently in active senr senr--
- senr-- ic with more than 90 days of
their tours of duty remaining are
ligible to participate.
Z) Personnel will enter at the
pott which they are permanently
assigned except Ft. Sherman per per-aonnel
aonnel per-aonnel who wUl enter at Fort Da Davis
vis Davis and Quarry Heights and mili military
tary military missions personnel who will
. enter at Fort Amador.

of the interior


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at an elevation of 4C03 fect
- i . -.'
in the 'green Cordaiera.

Wire reservation or $ee
your trcrel ojrfnf.


f .;,

manian costumes
the party.
wore them to
Kim Wright 1
Celebrates V . s
At Kobbe Club "
Kim Wright, -daughter of Capt.
and Mrs. Charles E. Wright Jr. of
VH : VnKKa' oloVtrnlorl hpr fnnith

birthday with a party for her con scienbst Said that the big1 prob prob-temporaries
temporaries prob-temporaries at Ft. Kobbe Officers' lem is identification of the i ank

- lciub at noon yesterday.
if a 'croUD'acf is composed "of
men .assigned) to different posts,
they will enter competition at the
post tor which the majority are as assigned.'
signed.' assigned.' If the distribution is!,
the act will enter at the post. to
which the leader is assigned, v
3) The tunning time of an entry
in a "live" class will not exceed
four minutes and in a "recorded"
class -will not be more than six
minutes. ' (
4) Individuals mav enter only
one "live", category bur may lso
enter one or mor? "recorded' cai
tegories provided they are' not
members of more than one chorus,
5) Acts may appear in Costume
at all levels of competition.11 ;
- 6) Specialized properties and set
pieces may oe useo ny any act,
provided they are furnished by the
act involved.
Information cards are available
on each post at the service clubs.
post libraries, NCO clubs 'and; post
exchanges. T-; ;
pest contests will be heid at
the service clubs 'at 7:30 P.m.
Feb. If at Fort Clayton; 7:30
p.m. Feb. 24, Fort Davis; S p.m.
Feb. 25, Fort Culick; S:4S p.m,
Feb. 26, Fort Kobbe; and. p.m.
Feb. 27, Fort Amador. : :;
SlewardesJ Holdspi
Nabs Robber;
escaping prisoner trying, to take
over an airliner 17.000 feet un nit-
ted himself against a petite stew
ardess. Hi "lostrM' .fi'.vws.;.. 1
The,, Northwest Airlines four-
ongine Stratocruiser was US' min min-utes
utes min-utes out of Detroit bound for
Washington with -43 -'passengers
ana six crew members aboard" i
Among the Dasseneeri t wsre
four guarded prisoners' including
26-year-old alleged bank robber
Louis Arquilla of Braintree, Mass.
He and two others were befne
taken to Baltimore,. Md., tp face
cnarges m a siz,600 bank robbery.
Stewardess. Vireinia Bus nt
Minneapolis walked "dOwn vthe
plane's 'aisle v tnd unlocked the
door of the cockpit. ,
Suddenly Arquilla threw hid din-

ner plate into the face of the dep-1 medicine at the University of II II-puty
puty II-puty marshal guarding him and I BacJr College 'of Medicine.'

lungea ror tne cockpit door..
table knife in his hand.
Miss Bus's sensed someone pnm.
:ng at her. She rushed through the
u v a r, siammea n snut. and
screamea for help. ;
TL 170 i : pound 'prison Vn
against the door and tried to force
it open.. The 107-pound stewardess
held ft shut. '-
Pilot A. J. Stahel of Minneapolis
told the co-pilot to take over the
controls ana rushed to help the
sewardess. 1 .
"All-1 beard was a scream' for
ncip ana a crash.'V he said later.
"But knew .what was happen.
While they held the door,, mar marshals
shals marshals tripped. Arquilla and beat
mm on the head with a blackjack.
Then they handcuffed, him, and
took him back to his seat.-f'
hundred years ago a man could
cross the Connecticut River .here
by ferry in 20 minutes. Today, by
automobile, it may take up to
three times as Ipng. ..

Dvcrl CeIIIs Cciiso

: COLUMBIA, M6.(-UP)-Dwaif
cattle, soon may e '-eliminated
from purebred 'breeding herds as
a result of a comparatively sim simple
ple simple and inexpensive test developed
at the University of Missouri. 5?:
Since- dwarfism is hereditary,
the only practical control is by
breeding animals that do not carry
the dwarf gene? Research V work workers,
ers, workers, headed by Dr. John F Las-
ley, university animal husbandry
strain. V ;
The test Involves the use of In
sulin which : produces i significant
differences' when injected into car-
rier cows,' those which nave pro produced
duced produced dwarf calves: clean cows,
which are free of : the stigma; and
dwarf cows After the'v insulin is
iniected Mo the blood stream
blood samples are takeo and the
Vhite "cells counted., .. .
In the clean, animals, the .white
cell count rises, much .higher and
more rapidly than In carrier ant
mals. In the dwarf.) the count in
creases very little and at a slow
Mtp f &
i The test, which is tied in with
the ability of the pituitary gland
to stimulate tne aarenai sianus,
has 'proved Successful in detecting
tne unaesiraoie ampiais tn ui uni
versity s ? breeding nerd.
Waste materials
a I
To Be Made Safe
(L ,-' 1 x.y. Vi 'U'''' 'If '"'i'' f
Vupi Waste materials from the
nation's first full-scale atomic
Dowered electric, generating sta
tion, now under construction, will
be processel In such a way that
any radio-activity present will be
1C per cent less than the safety
maximum set by the v.b,
of Standards,
Jacques R. LaPointe, engineer
for the Westinehouse E 1 e c t r i c
Com., said the waste disposal
system at the plant, at Shipping-
port, Fa., 'has been aesignea to
meet "any conceivable situation'.."
Westinehouse designed and is
building the reactor portion of the
plant, which is scheduled for com completion'
pletion' completion' next" year : Wi-'J .:
LaPointe. said radioactive
wastes from the plant will be
treated by disposal facilities that
provide for natural decay, con'
centration and storage and dilu-
All radioactive liquid,' gaseous
or soljd wastes will be transport transported
ed transported to the disposal facilities,' most
oi wnicn wiu- oe unaersrouna..
There they will be treated proc
essed or stored and ultimately
panose -u .!?, 4,iu;WM
$ldcf'D;:lt Chinas
viiiWAGU ( up ) -Persons over
50 need pot alter their eating hab habits
its habits if they have an adequately bal
anced diet and are not under med medical
ical medical care, according to Dr. Melvln
MChertack.' cliniacl instructor of
"Many patients develop prob
lems 'related to the fear of grow
ing' old,' and the' fear that they
mutt eat differently live differ differently
ently differently t and, think differently,, when
actually there frequently is lest
change in the required manage
ment of a well adjusted 70-year-old
than, in a 1 badly adjusted
30-year-old," Chertack said.
"rMalnutrition is bad nuWtfon,
not starvation, and the mal-nour-ished
50-year-old is little differ
ent from, the mal-hourislied 20-year-old,,
except .that th 4 older
Individual may have suffered from
the complications of malnutrition
over a greater number' of years.
Bibl3 is Ansvcr
Consrcq:!! Sc:s ;
So Tfoy Cc:lp
The answer was in the Bible when
300 members of the Pilgrim Con
gregational Church found they
couldnt pay a newly hired asso associate
ciate associate minister. .
Remembering lh story about
three servants who received som
money from, their rich' master
with tne provision tnat tney nring
lit back with interest, th mem mem-i
i mem-i bers of the congregation each took
1 a dollar and set out to make it into
I Fm weeks they crocheted pot pot-holders,
holders, pot-holders, raised vegetables and did
odd job to get thf-money.-Their
j efforts were rewarded by convert converting
ing converting the $300 into more than $2,000
i to pay Rev. David J .Dean.
The new preacjir'.a wife.
i chipped in by drawing the posters
to advertise the product en-sale.
j Visit Tb Q'rQndpi I i
Benefits Children
Youngsters who visit their grand

parents during tne summer often
derive much greater beneCta thaa
their parents may realize, a child
development specialist iaid today.
"Grandrarents." tr.e spe
cialist, Kiri'f I : --f of the
University cf I fr v chJ chJ-drea
drea chJ-drea a src:l l.. s cf iove.".
Companionship tetweea elder
people and yoursiters often be'pi
subline and reforce a chili's
immediate farr,i;y rtUUcBiiip aci
lerurity, sve ss L
Te patfrr -1 t;r-!rr'an'"f
r-f rider p; 1 rr rt ht
"j busy i V-a-r :y pro
r-- often h-'? ; --i.-n a chill
:;-'':??''" e I tit rld around,
t.ra, : 1 : 1 act

British Air Industry to Use Co-Operative Style
, 1 1 ' 1 I ''.-)''
In Designing, Building Supersonic Airliner tine

LONDON, Feb! 2 The. Brit
lflh aircraft industry l to design
and produce a auceisuiiirt air-
Jlnef. on a co-operative Uasls.
; in announcing-this, the Mm-
istry of Supply said '"The Mini.
try in comunction v.uh the air
craft industry and the nationau
airune corporations, nuve em-
harked on .research project
with a view to the possible de development
velopment development of a supersoniu- air
liner. Details of the artiject are
not at present beita disciosed."
Kit was added that the follow following
ing following .seven companies aie con con-cerned:
cerned: con-cerned: Avro,. the Eritol' Aero Aeroplane
plane Aeroplane Company, je Havllland,
Handley Page, Rolls-Roycev Short
and Harland' and yickera-Arm-strongs).
i;. ii.c5j
, On June 23 last year, Regi Reginald
nald Reginald Maudl'ng, then Minister
f Supply, referred in the
. House of Common to design
- studies that had been submit submitted
ted submitted by the inaustry for an air airliner,;
liner,; airliner,; although no reference
ws mad to its. Intended u u-personic
personic u-personic capabilities. ; .,
The Alinl8try says that once a
designs has been settled pn, it
will-sbe. handled by, the design
and production resources of one
of the companies under Ministry
contract and "not by any new
co-operative body; Other com companies
panies companies will probably be utilized
as sub-contractors arid tie Roy Royal,;
al,; Royal,; Aircraft Establishment at
Farnborough will help in the
preliminary research work,
A project of this nature will
probably take at least ten years
to produce since a considerable
number of problems will have to
be' overcome. In any case, this
yenture has yet to proceed be.
yond, the "research project"
stage, although every effort' is
being made to, hasten its evolu evolution,
tion, evolution, v -: hftf- '
The idifticultlei v IiAerert In
the design; and successful oper
ation of a supersonic passenger'
carrytnar airliner; are lefreat.
Much depends on lust how su
personic tne nrst aircrait oi tnis
type is to be. If a speed of Mach
l.R (som. 1.100 m.p.h. at above
36,000 ft, or 1.770 knj-P-h. at a a-bove
bove a-bove 10.972 m '.I la blanned. spe
cial, metals such as titanium or
even stainless steel might have
to be used to resist the heat
(about 850C at that speed and
height) caused by air friction.
on the other hand, an airlin
er designed for a speed of Mach
1.2 or less (about 800 nt.p.h or
U87-. at, height) would
not auffer from this disability.
The wines themselves need not
be designed for supersonic flight
either, this apparently inexpli inexplicable
cable inexplicable fact is, explained by the
utilization; of ;.cutft aweepback.,
Rush: J Onl'::.::s
Of Ktecurl River
Archeologists hav wott another
Ian of their rac to- excavate
nrahistorlc Indian villages along
the banks of the Missouri River
before they are inundated by gi
eantic reservoirs.
Most 1 of diggings so far in
South Dakota hav been of an ancient
cient ancient villages .dating as far back
a th 16th century. ;
Th villaies .were Inhabited by
the now, virtually extinct, Anka
ra Indians,, whi first were "dis
covered! by ; Lewis and Clark.
Clark described thent as "dirtey,
kind; poor and extravlgant."
ine Arusaras were pnmamy an
aericultural people ,who lived in
permanent, villages of 'earth
bdees., Their homes were1 framed
with timber and partly sunk into
th ground. They tilled the sou wiu
primitive, noes maae irum ue
shoulder bones of huff alo. -.
It is : believed ,' the Arlkarai
moved up the Missouri river from
th country which is. now Nebras
ka in th, early .16th-century to
escape a. drought ;
They settled In the river bot bottoms,
toms, bottoms, where they, lived for cen centuries,1
turies,1 centuries,1 apparently : undisturbed,
untu in war-iik stout en
croached upon, their territory nd
the white man brought smallpox
and other diseases. ..'.,
i- Scores f the villages are being
excavated by archeologists in
their effort to .learn all possible
about th earliest inhabitant! nf
the northern Great Plains befora
(heir ancient bom sites are loss
forever under the water of th
reservoirs. -'; r -. v.: i-



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. r Cas! of 10 international iceskating f tars! V
SPEOAL 4 SHOW: it Vliicli V v :;V
; OIILDREN DER 1? enter ;at price (75)"
: !amburtrs, hot degt, rfrshmnt availsbf ".'.' ''.


TONIGHT Show at 9 cm durinr the buffd V 7
Tcmorrow, Tues Wd., and Thurg. show only'at 10 p.m. $1.50
f'akS your tab! resrv8tion' with frsaftr d" '!, 3-1ff3

The airflow parallels with tiie

fuselage over; the wings would!
be supersonic, out at an t angis j
of 00 degrees, to the leading edge 1
-;and this is what umnta -Ofcro-
dynamically-tlje air. wpuk! be.
achieving perhaps fviach .98.""'
The advantages of subsronlc
winga b at least, the firtit su-,
person o airliner would, there
fore be reflected in range,
economy and handling. There
is much to be said for such an
.'aircraft,.;'". hrj.-.
On the other hand, a wing de designed
signed designed for supersonic flight must
be thin and knife-edged quite
a, different cpnfigviatioo, ; de de-manded
manded de-manded tor tftke-ojff ,' Janling
and subsonic flight generally.
This Ig because air, wlipa com compressed,
pressed, compressed, behaves rather like a
crowd of people through which
a car Is attempting ty pass. if.
it goes slowly, the people have
time, to get out of the way; but
if it charges them, people do not
have time jq move.: it .meets a
solid mass and -great poweri is
needed to make further prog progress.
ress. progress. iiHr'i'pr,- fv uj
Thus, air molecules can set
out of the way of a moving
body pror'ding it is, advancing
slower v than- the speed At
which the pressure disturb
anc can "warn!' the molecules
ahead. At the speed of sound,
.... ;

m(S:; .top Wlity


, i
't ,-'," V

Mmmm k worth aitiwgfqri


t .. I
revu Bring th fa;y t'


this -warning does notv. have
iime'to operate and. "comprev
sibUity'! makes extra demands
on engine power and, ;onse ;onse-quently,
quently, ;onse-quently, fuel consumption. At
'Trie Machrli airlhier With :a
J London-New' York flying time of':
labout : three hours, will l able
to aihdertaJw' two- doubii cross
ings of the Atlantic n 24 hours,
a rate of ...utilisation which even
the latest irang-Atlantic jet, air
liners, cannot hope to attain., in-
desdJthero is speculation; ae to
whether thesg. aircraft will be

able -to complete one return trip.iargB as

in 24 hours. ; auqwinsr for suf f l l-cient
cient l-cient tlm for refuelling main
tenance etc.
If. the supersohlp ,al.uter nf,
the future could double this rate
of utilization,! its reat earning;'
rnnnln-r rosts. Also -the shorter
elapsed time on the Atlant'c
route will enpble: much -more
oractlcpl schedules to he onerat.
ed for the "convenienc? of pas-
SengeM.,y.;(:-!:rr,v'f;;'vT' h-
Yet the nrohJms of supersonic
commercial. : flight nre 'nrreat
electronics, powered controls,
1 materials. lr traffic cpntrol and
I nassenrtt .r hcrdl'ne. to nme
I hut a few-t9nd fulfilment of the
I British vertru wrnot ex ex-'pected
'pected ex-'pected until-the late mao'



j .M
Jt wa, V
' ".' ,After FfcbruarjMO
bottles for free
V your free
c t -r

If Teach Language ;
ip Grsde 'Schoolers;
You Must be Copied

CHICAGO ( UP ) An 'educatof
csuuuns galni i rusu w wa:
Dr. 1 William R. Parker, direc direc-t
t direc-t jr of the .foreign language pro
gram of tne Modern Language
Associttion. cites- the -need for
qualified teachers" if the proper

kind, of language instruction is to,fcjne(j weight was sometimes just-

: V . f
fyl$'"X , i."
'Parker, writing in the National
rarentTeacher, said the number'
of elementary school children
' runvmrr -tmnnam ttrairrn an.
is more man a tnira
more than a tmra as
the f number carrying
similar courses. in high school.
v Parker said he agrees with
those who favor starting the study
of a foreign language while chii-'
dren' are ': young. v i:f J
"Children in -the early grades t
! P.pve the natural motivation- and (
we .natujn ,ac 01 lnnipiwop,;- ne
ty to imitate new sounds and in-t.
accu-"acy,V .:;,,.,., P 1
"But-thanks to our long neglect
of hvicg languages in ; American
education; they don't yet hav
eno8h teachers worth imita-l
ting."- V-j," 1

. l! 1 - ".'1 I
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yur Erocr wlil hay a auppty of VJTALIC nurainj
distribution to purchasers of 5-lb4 cant.. Ask for

bortl with each purchase of
1 1

crrivo fresli every i5 days, tt-

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- ., .-.. S v -
: from 6:30TJI. in' the patio
'":-. Wonderful hot and cold, dishasj
v Music by Ciartncal Martin's Orhestra
; and Lucho Aicarraja"! th organ
' :; AND a 9 p.m: SHOW ';: ; -,
Ibl the JCE FR0UCS ia the patio

Admission to th vail.
Buffet 1....
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A Kirkeby Dole!

pack nvB

Line's For Birds'T I
Portyliners State,
.WJNNER," s.1 .d; 'MUP)-, rh i
rural telephone-service, south" of.
Winner was litera'ly for thebirds..
The women of ,the neighborhood t.
constant teVphone trovhle-TijeT
conversations ; Would : b suddenly;; suddenly;;-cut
cut suddenly;;-cut off.1 -r- i ;
Investigation discovered 'thai
blackbirti were Dei-chine on the
wires by the hundreds4 TheiS rum-.'.
jniuu.sji .w Dring top wire into
l contact -with a .lower on;-i
. (. jt: r
As a result tV virM. tiy
wore, shorte,d. :
I .. r? rKMTV -"
STORE 11 ,CINM avimui, totutun.
a 5-pound can.
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Fiietd";Havsirroi : Classic



oral, Tully Bar, Apache
(iq-Favorites In $2000 Run;
Ladies Guests Of Racetrack

hi. hpst

t lltiu i.
dilute the annual $2000 added seven-furlong Er Er-'.
'. Er-'. iesto Navarro Classic at the President Remon race-
'track this afternoon.
. Today, being the first Sunday of the month, is
Ladies Day and members of the fair sex will join
t&e Navarro family as guests of the track manage-

Thi race should be a fitting
tribute to DO0 Tito, who was a
pioneer of local horseracing and
was 1 an outstanding figure in al al-most
most al-most every phase of the game. He
... ...nnooofni owner and train
er ; and founded the Panama Studl
Oon Tito alwaya had speel speel-"fat
"fat speel-"fat interett In the Improvement
of the local brad racehorse and
th crop that will match strides
in ,today' reature it an indica indication
tion indication that local bratding It rapid-
1.. -mIhh tariff. rd.
rbon Tito's own Stud Quitefio
colors will be carriedjn this face
by i Don urigiao anu ui.
irf trained by his sons Ernesto
aId Ramon.
i favoritism in the race, howev however:
er: however: is expected to be about even evenly
ly evenly divided among Coral, Apache
and Tully Bar. The former could
go off more heavily backed be be-fiuse
fiuse be-fiuse he will me in an entry
with the speedy Destello.
The experts figure that Destello
'w&et such a fast pace that even
if equally, speedy Tully Bar
mabTgesto shake him of before
they enter the homestretch, the
Bar will have spent so much en energy
ergy energy during that phase of the race

Tecl Williams Denies Marriage,
Expects to Sign for $100;b00

BOSTON, Feb., 2 (UP) w Red
SoxJ stagger Ted William Is back
In Boston on his annual, fishing
' -demonstration trip: with the "sports-i
men'a ahow and expect tos hook
a 1957 contract orth mote? than

$100,000 while he't;.bereviS:;S;;:j
Thawfampoatueua fence butter,
' heavily tanned and fresh from
( a taataa ef fishing In Florida,
; v flatly, danie4 reperta : that : he
plana te marry far the aeonel

'i. Ted. who has carried on a run-
tiifnr itunuta with Boston : sports
writers sinco the first day he hit
' t city, wht so far as to spell
euiJii denial of the wedding ru
. '..,,.-., 'v;isi h :

In response to questions about
. New York television and fashion

mnHel Nelva More. Williams said.'
. "Sure had it" a statement he re
peated and then carefully speuea
V'Hiams said he expects to U

i down with Red Sox general man man-1
1 man-1 r Jrxt Cronln to. discuss his

v 1957 contract next week. The pact
'? for baseball's highest paid player
is expected to slice more than
' $100,000 'out of Red Sox owner
Tom Yankeys checkbook.,

- The aging Williama, who hat
wen the American League bat
ting crown four timet, was meat
' confident when he aaid he would
"start and day at leaat 100
games and hit at least 25 or 30
ham runs. And veu can be sure
I'll hit that many," Williams
- aaid
7i In discussing the
rule' 'change
Vhich allows bases on balls and
sacrifice bits to he considered- in
the race for the batting champion-

' For lHe convenience:
of bur patrotif yre rt
now operating both ait
andMSAVOt.,, &

1 '.


"4llt "and &tfi Racea

thoroughbred natives will

that he will not be able to with withstand
stand withstand the powerful finishing kick
of Coral and Apacne.
Tha latter gets in at laval
weights, 107, with Tolly Bar and
Dettallo bacauta ha it a three-year-old
while all tha ether
starter will tota 121 as four four-vr.ald
vr.ald four-vr.ald or over.
Thfi race has all the Ingredients
to produce a rare thriller, but one
never knows (uncertainty of the
turf. etc. ) and :t could turn out to
be a runaway for anyone of the
Racetrack Tips
1 atelalu
2 Ebony
3 Takeaway
4 Donny Boy
5 Porta!
6 Fieltro
8 Coral (e)
9 Starwick
10 Jai Alai II
Oue Lindo (e)
Tiny Brook
El raKir
' Apache
ship, Williams, readily admitted
it will help him.
But he said he could see. no
"great difference" in the way A-
merlcan League pitchers will treat
him this season. "We'll get, just as
many walks as I did last,? year
and to will everyone else in the
league, including Mickey Mantle.
. Williams said he weighs 220
pounds now but hopes to shed 10
to 15 pounda before and during
spring training. lie is due to re
port to the Red Sox training camp
at Sarasota, i ia., late this month.
Another famed slugger,! Mickey
Mantle of the Yankees, was forc forced
ed forced to postpone bis salary negotia negotiations
tions negotiations yesterday because most of
the team officials were tied up at
the baseball meeting in New York.
The Chicago White Sex provld provld-ed
ed provld-ed the only contract, signing a-
noucemants.' Right-handed re relief
lief relief pitcnar Dixie Howell and
catcher : Earl Battay came ta
, terms; giving tha Chisox play players
ers players under contract for the forth'
''coming aeeaen. ;;f'-
In' Baltimore, the Orioles today
announced that pitchers Charlie
Locke and Bob Harrison,; who will
be given another chance to make
the team this spring, have signed
their 1957 contacts. -; ':
Locke, who had a combined 9-17
won and lost record at San Anto Antonio
nio Antonio and Vancouver last season, I
has .had three : previous major
league .trials.. v r 'j?:.
Harrison also pitched at San An Antonio
tonio Antonio and Vancouver in 1956, wind wind-ins
ins wind-ins vat with a combined 10 12
markvHe has had two previous.
trials with the Orioles.

f orDmxxmxxxmxxx

Race Track

.. Horn
Jockey '. St.

lit Race 'F" Natives 5 Fa. Pun $275.00

1 Toxic F. Hidalgo-109
2 FYu Fru R.p,G6mea 112
3 Folletitor H. Oustlnes lOlx
4 Certamen B. Aguirre 113
5 Kalalii O. de Leon 11
6 Conquistador H. Ruia 10
7 Julie A. Gonzalez 118
2nd Raca "HI A"
1 Soberano C. Ruiz 113
2 Tacera E. Dario 103
3 Regia ft. G6mea 110
4 Don Jaime F. Godoy 113
5 Kedondlta A. Gonzalez 113
6 Ebony F. Hidalgo 118
7 Fabionet G. Vasquea l02x
9- Golden Pickk f '': 108
10- (Don Manuel E Ortega 104
11- (Que Undo J. Phillips 108
' -j
Sti Race "D" Natives
1 'Ikak O. de Le6n 105
2 Black Gold R. G6mez 118
3 La Guararefia D. Cortes 107
4 Takeaway R. L. Gil 116
5 Marcelita A. yasquea 113
Raca "Eliminatian" Imp 7 F.
1 Our Fancy
2 Dbnny Boy
3 Lazy Brook
4 Cbpadora
5 Rio Negro
6 Nescllffe
7 Alabarda 1
E. Ortega 100
J. Avila 122
F. Sanchez, 97x
O.' de Leon. 105
'E Dario 110
B. Agulrrtf 120
C. Iglesias 105
5th Raea "E" Natives .HUH
1 Elenita
' G. Vasquez 105x
i uaniei r .. i
F. Sanchez. lOlx
'3 C. de Sapo L. Gutierrez 102x
4 Portal A. Valdlvia 120
y i
6th Raca 6th Strict Imp. 7 Ffi.

1-S. Windsor G. Vasquez 103x Longshot possibility -10-1
lAto. Maid L Gurrez 102x-Not wifh-thia .rider 1Q1
3 Alter Me" -. O.-de,Le6nfl05 .rCould irA ia;-upset, 6-1
4- Jtalcal J.-Phtlllpa 105 "Not off. jcerit obex r""r 15-1
Fieltro ... ." Ycaza, 11 -Second straight EVEN
6 Genlzarlto B. Baeza 116 Has strong finish 2-1
7Tinv Brook T. Hidalao 115 Could repeat .here 5-2

: J;
Ok Rack Stii letit fm. 1 Fat.

irnnai.:..i vdfmiM lOSv Not acainst these

3 El Fakir' R VAsquei 115
3 Panzaretta. r. AlTarez 110
4 i-Vedette R-' Gdmez 113
5 Reflector O.. de Le6n 113
B M Beam O. Montero nzx
7 Oro Purito F.. Hidalgo M
-- '" "ii
Itb Raea "Ertieate NaVane 'Clatala
-'.: riiv''"':;: '-A M CIM 4:40
1 Tully Bar r.f Alvarez 107
2- Apache J. M. Bravo 107
3(Destello O. de Le6n 107
4 (Coral R. Visquez 121
5 Don Brf gido) Xii Sanchez 131
rir Burn a. Ycau 121
9th Race Slh.Sarki latp.'. 7 Fee.
1 Suzerain
2 Starwick,
3 F6nix i;
4 King r'
5 Volcanlco ;
0 Escazay
7 Dun
" E. Dario. 110
v F, Alvarez 115
t). de Le6n 110
,H Gustines 107x
. R. Visquez 115
B. Aguirre 118
F-Gatlca 108
.,..7.- :

lOA Race 3rd Saritt late. i Fft. Parte $650.00 Peal Claaas 5:40
1 Comatose v R. Vasquez 110 In right spot..' ". ' 3-1
2 Jai Alai If F. Gatica 115. From start to fiaish EVEN
3 Pavinetto : Ck de Leon 105 Good ar!y speed f'. k S-l
4 Gavllin' (a B Aguirre 115. WiU press favorite ;i 3-2
5 ;hivilingov.' -i B.. Baeza'108 .'Doesn't belong here ; -1 20-1

ERWESTOWARRO'v Classic.: :

-;.. i --r ,i
..." w

;7 FGSXX-: X';X:

2 APACHE ... .... .v. . a .i
4 (CORAL '..'.-;'. v;.V.
,5-DON BRIQIDO) . . ... ;,;
6 DK. BUX) .. .....

Graded Entries

Tougher iodaV
-Not in, :good shape
Merits, consideration
Razor 'sharp- v
WiU be tough hert-
Must 'go. lower v
Could make it now
3- 1
8- 1
4- 1
9- 1

Narivae C Fft. Puna $275.00 Peal Cretei I il5

Will improve
Tightened recent
Nothing; recently
Has strong finish
Could, make it here
Form' indicates
Last was big race
tfeed, to" spare
Nothing in months
Bet Heavily last
Daqgerous factor
3- 1
4- 1
2- 1
5- 1
3- 1

i Fit. Pum $3,00-00 Feel CleMt' 1:45

Best;' early speed
Returns -from layoff
'Could get. price here
Form indicates
Will" fight it out
' 84
' 4-1
Fufta $600.00 Faal Clem 20


Diesn't seem likely 30-1
Stiou.d beat Nesscliffe 3-2
Early .speed only 15-1
Alwaya close up 4-1
Showing improvement 4-1
Jockeyvcould decide EVEN
Noti even tarly speed 50-1
Purse $275.00 Peal Clasat 2:55
- Nothing to'recommend
Could be. surprise
Rider handicaps
Seems f'sure thing
Puna $400.00 Poal Cloiti 3:35
Porta $500.00
Peal Cfotee 4:05
Back-jn best iorm ;1
-i-Could get away again
Ran well; last time ,
Back ii the beam
anmmi, wisoi.
- r ?WQ4 Vi
':,-" V.--..
P'i-,'- V"- '- V' .;
Nativat '7 Pat, Parte $2000.00
fiUINIELA;; ;.;
J-Canreally roll ,.i-l
In thick of fight ;. 5-2
Will set fast pace ; 3-2
Razor sharp s , 3-2
Better than ever 4-1
Apparently outclassed 4-1
Pana $500.00 Pad Cleaaa 5:15
In two weeks -
Last doesn't count i
Could ...upset favorites
Needs stronger rde r
Dangerous contender
Just missed last :
Gets real test, here ; .'.
: 3r2



Kolbbe Teeners Take CI ay f on
n W Action, Sun Aids, Too

a. ' 1
The a' ITnrt:' Kobhe : teenagers
sootted Clavton three,' runs In
the ton of the second Inning
Friday afternoon, then came
back with five of their own. in
the bottom half of the frame,
and went onto win their fourth
game df the season, 7 to 3. -
jjOUDies Dy oam memoers vi
the Regulars', winning battery,
nitcher Bo b b y Fortune and
catcner jacx jsriney ingiHigu'yra
the big second stanza. A oounie
steal and two Cavalier errors
aided the cause. -' '!,
. Fortune won the game In re-
tm iha hill
in a bases loaded situation Jn
the second after walks got
V starter Ralph O'Dell in trou trouble.
ble. trouble. The curve ballinr control
' artist worked out of the situa situation,
tion, situation, and Clayton had to set-1
tie for three runs. 1
, i --f v
' Teenager Fortune held the
losers to four hits while fanning
eight -in chalking up his im impressive
pressive impressive victory.
"ine fsme, i'K luvn --league,
was abbreviated by
darkness. AU games start at
four-thirty, and Pan ama'j
fast-sinking sun hides .Itself
behind neighborine; mountains
before the games nre little
more than well underway.
Zf&ZZZ iSn ilv r five
secona inning, .twwui
tlvely. ,X-iMn
Defensively. Pepe Ortiz spar
kled afield for KoLbe, Fiaymg
the hot corner like a veteran, he
came up with aeveral scorching
grounders that might have giv given
en given Giddena trouble, .- i ,-; ,
BrineyMn addition to ms
breakins; double, .was a tower or
strength behind the plate for
wnhhe. hiocKineMWi" a;ovo.i:io
fmm sonrinv .while' waltine "' lor
the relay to arrive .'
, The win gave ine ivcui
s lour won, three lost record
in Teenage League play to
date, tying them for second
With Albrook in the four-team
loop.' Corundu is n top,' witn
Clayton the tall-endera. Play?
will continue Into March.
.'' i t 11 ', 1 '"
S & F SwiEips
Medics 13-8'
. InSoUball
After''havlng been defeated 4
to 3 by the Marines on moijuj,
S and F Department came back
to avenge this loss by defeating
the' Medics or Koanwn u
Thursday at Symington Field at
' The Doctors drew first Wood
by scoring 4 runs in uie Tirss in inning,
ning, inning, but S and F quickly patch patch-h
h patch-h nn. th wounds scorina in ev
ery other inning after navlng
been pianxea in me mat.
The Supply Team supplied all
the base hits lnciuaing a nomer
hv n Tiidor anr! a-Dlnch hit
double by R. Brlngas for. a total
of 13 runs., v.: yiy;,,.
, Score By innings
S and r : S ?023 213 l w
Medics ' 400 001.3 8
Next Monday -aiternoon, tne
Supply and Fiscal boys will take
on the Rodman Marine Guards
at Symington Field. Game time
is 4:00 p.m.- ..
It Is hoped that all Softball
fans, both military and civilian,
of the Naval station will be on
hand to witness, what pi-omlses
to be a real fine game.

- x: xx. : today


' (2) F. Alvarea ..... 107
(5) v J. M. Braro ;...JX. 107 s
(1) O. de Leon, 107 ..
(3) j RTasque 12l
(4) G. Slnches a X . 12L
(6) C A. Ycaza ............. .121 :


'i First baseman jacS Wood led
- the winners in hitting wlth twor

f or-two. Bill Wilkinson had two
hits for Clayton.
Brlney was injured late In the
game chasing a pop-up, but re returned
turned returned to action after being
temporarily stunned.
The box score:
Gagan. 2b
Ab R
3 0
Miller, rf 2
Ortiz. 3b ....
Brlney, c ....
Yarbrough,' cf
Johnson, If
Wood lb ;
Mayo, ss
O'Dell,' p ..
Fortune,: p
15 7 5 2
Wilkinson (Sb 4 1 2
Austin, c : 1 0,0
Wilkinson, lb 0 10
Ness, p 2 1 .1
Silvas, rf .2 o n
Bergere, cf 1 0 v0
Riviera, cf 10 1
Browning, If .20 0
Arthur, 3b : 1 0 0
Konein 1 0 0
IS 3 4 2
Score By Innings
1 030 00-3 4 2
i 050 2x 7 5 2
Houston Post
Heaps Praise
On Tom Hughes
Tommv Huehes. thp-hiu ri chf
bander from the Atlantic side of!
me ismmus, Is bitting the .right
trail, and at, the end of theNlrall
is the pot of gold we know as, the
major leagues. ;
.There neverwas' a.'". doubt from
una corner, lor i nave told Tom
nr.y over and over tht he could
me (jiao) eiuier as a puca
w 1 unier ana even once Sue
gested to him that he bead -the
way ot tfte big money, that Is,
with the, big bat. But To m my
stuck to' the mound ajid ; there
would be little surprise lii more
circles man one now. if the St
wuii juarainaia can find some
gooa use lor his: pitching. v :
in me Jan: 17 issue of the Hmi
ton Post mention was made of the
fact that Hughes made the bic
jump from the low minors to tha
Houstom Buffs and immediately
became a winner, finishing the
season with an enviable 18-6 rec record.
ord. record. His 18th -win was ts Knsrh
Mamum asainst Tulsa and was
tne game that clinched the pen
Hushes' record of 170 bits In 223
Innings, his 178 strike-ouU that
ranked him third, in the league
and his low 2.70 ERA will hold
this youngster in good stead when
the Cards look him over at St. Pe-
wiauurn,' r ib., on reu. 14.
Noteworthy is the fact that
Hughes had elbow trouble in the
middle of his great year last sea season
son season and had to be sent to St.
Louis for treatment. Otherwise be
could have had better than 20
Wins.;-' '.;-."'','".: ? -' :.''
Tommr Huehes has alreadv sign
ed a contract with the Buffs, but
it is a good bet that he will be
held on at St. Petersburg even I
miw .Mua u.u 14.UI1U5
Daytona Beach early In March.
fr th Hi iff hjtfin tv i n 1 1. ff t
' 1


Cerveza Balboa.
t-arta vieja.

, ; TODAY'S GAME At Panama

.Chesterf ieW (Robinson 5-4 orOsorio 4-1) rsl X"
, Carta Vieja (Killeen 5-3) i. ;

- ,t uomc aiuic; o p.m. ; a.

Smokers Bid Farewell

Against Yanks Today

The second-place Chesterfield
Smokers take to the field against
the last placCarta Vieja Yan-
kees at 3 o'clock, this afternoon,
nrlt.Vi Virmn thoir can ifill ;"iiin'
the 1956-57 pro Leagu- pennant
...v.. A.wv V... V. VW .
race; but with a- somber 'fact
staring them to the face. : ;
Even if they defeat the Yan
kees today In the Smokers' fi- v
nai appearance of tne regular
season, to tie: with Cervesa Bat
boa In the standings. th
Beermen still have ail oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to con the bunting- by
taking, both ends of a double double-header
header double-header Tuesday from the Yan Yan-,
, Yan-, kees, while the Smokers sit
.idly by. -ji-ri. ..V'..
"We have to ?in today,? said
Smoker pilot Andy Cohen, "and
then hope the opposition at
least splits v Tuesday, which
would give us a chance to come
pacs: m a piayori witn tne peer
' 'VOfi; course," the .manager
continued hopefully,- "If we win
today and the Yankees win
twice Tuesday,: we're champs,
but that would probably be ask
ing too much." j.&w .4.',
The Beermen on the other
hand hope that the Smokers
lose today, to drop a pame be behind,
hind, behind, then even if there were
a split on Tuesday, the Beermen
would still finish the season a
game ahead of the Smokers. i
Ana don't tmnic carta vieia
maanger Billy Shantz Is not a-
ware of the Yankees' 1 chances
and hoping too. -
If the Yankees win all their
'three remaining games the
campaign would end in a tri triple
ple triple tie with aU three -: teams
taking part in a playoff.
These are the possibilities fac facing
ing facing each team as the hectic Pro
Loop season, which has been
called the "most hectic" by vet veteran
eran veteran observers, draws to a
Close. ,;;-VTv';,?'i ;i:i;'.'.5''.',('
'Cohen said yesterday that he
had considered starting Alberto
Osorlo, (4-1) which would be his
first outlnar since he suffered a
broken bone in his left thumb
several weeks ago.
flu rcn not too sure now i'ii
tab- fhA nnftnAA wltit him
wwmw w..w wiwivc VI. .......
the skipper, "so the odds


' 12
; 14
. .517
Robby (Humberto Roblnadn 1 5-

" mn'
' Tile a,nkees nave announced
JEy11. KHleen as iheir, starter,, i
f'Kht bander -sports a 5-$
Siaie.' ' i .1

The .round-trip ilcicet for tha tha-Havana
Havana tha-Havana Caribbean genes whiclf
was not claimed during the
drawing Friday, will be rkffled
again, today after the game.
Herb Score
Signs. Contract

CLEVELAND 'ft TT.l, rrmX

Left-banded Herb Score." 23-year-old
Cleveland Indian. rw-iTii
pitcher, signed his 1957 contract
yesterday for about a $5,000 in-'
crease oyer last season;
' Score, who won 2n nin j
float nine' In his soohomor
wa .'believed to 'have signed for
about il8,00(r.s The Indian. '.M
only that he received a substan
tial boost. :-
Tne young southpaw, rated' one
of the top pitchers in baseball. ld

the Major Leagues In strikeouts

last Season with 263 in 249 innln el-
Added to his 245 strikeouts in bis
rookie year, Score has a two-season
mark of 508, the best recorded
Dy any mirier to the past 10. years.

Score was to leave here tohieht

for his home in Lake Worth. Fla..

where he will do some prelimi
nary training before reporting to, f
the Indians' spring training base
at Tucson, Ariz., Feb. 26. He has."
been employed in the public rela-'
tions department of the Indians
during the winter; t
'The Indians also announced the.
signing of three other players.
They were in fielders George.
Strickland and Kenny Kuhn and
outfielder Stu Locklin, making six
Indians under' contract, 4r t : :

Robinson. National League rookie
of the year, stopped at the Reds'
office between classes at'Xavier
University to sign his 1917 can can-tract.
tract. can-tract.

$U 2nd -6th, 7fh RACES

3rd and $t& RACES

. i ...
Clubhouse ...... $1.00
. Reserved Seats 0.50
General Admission 0.25

iT'V if'
4 A




Kansas Cagers Se ek Revenge

Against Iowa Sta te


i. y

rtl ? t .- r if
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ANGEtA BUXTON and Shirley Bloomer," the numbers two and;
three ranking1 women players in: England todaty. in 1958 they
were on the British Wightman Cup team and they will be in
Panama lor the El Panama Cabana and Tennis Clubs Inter,
national Invitational Championships that start Feb. 18.


Toiirhey To
.Last Year's


The "Seeoed International Invits

tional Tenmi ournament at the
El Panama Cabana and Tennis

Club u taktnfi sbaM and from ore

sent appearance will outshine last
year's alfair in., every respect.
Plans are also underway for (the

local invitational tbat gets under underway
way underway on Feb, .13.
With all thn imnrnwementi in the.

facilities at .tbe ,Cabana .and, Ten-,

Bis hud mi; year s vennis jesijvai
will be more enjoyable- botb for
the player and the. spectator. Mew
lurlaces have been put on the

court and the reports from those

presently sharpening jjj for the

ensmpionsniyg is mat mey sr i i-del.
del. i-del. Considerable concern has
been given toward .the comfort
'of .the fans with the construction
of very adequate bleachers and
boxes for those that prefer to have
their seats reserved. ,,
The International Championships
will-have ., a gala array of stars
from all parts. In the women's division-definite
commitments have
been' -received from Angela Bux Buxton,
ton, Buxton, and Shirley Bloomer, These
are the number two and three rank ranked
ed ranked women players in England and
played on the British Wightman

cup team tms past year.
YoU Ramirez, well remembered
by, all who saw her play here last
year,' and Rosa Maria Reyes, the
numbers one and two ranked wom women
en women in, Mexico, 'will here.
r : M l i r

loia win fuaj in ruiaini mj x-
rranquilla and then takes off for

circuit." Her plans are to be gone
until October on this tour, Rosa
Maria is the 17-year-old youngster
that has been upsetting so many of
the more experienced players in
her. recent tour in the United
States. Ramires and Reyes have
lined forces m the. women's dou-l
les and have wins over some of

the best combinations in the States, release of same to the public,

Karol Fageroi, the da z : 11 a g
blonde, has accepted and plans to
be tougher than ever to beat. Karol
has moved up in rank from IStb in

iaaa 10 om piace u uie u.a. rauc
ioes for 1956.

Darlene Hard and Dorothy Knode
the 7th and 6th rankine women in

the U. today have both been in

vited and from all indications will
be present. -The committee is ex

pecting to receive their acceptance

any day. 1
It appears at this writing that

in tne men's division some real
thrills are in store for those that

like tennis. It will truly be interna

tional in this division also. Mario
Llamas, Reynaldo Garrlde. and

Guissepi Merlo, are all slated to ar

rive and tney represent the num number
ber number one players in their respective

countries namely Mexico, Cuba
and Italy.-i '.v V. ?. ;.
Australia is expected to be re

presented by Don Candy and Mer

wyn Rose. As they are the 5th and
6th in Tennis famous Australia no

thing more need be said about
them; The famous 'Australia no nothing
thing nothing more need be said about th
The famous Armando Vielra from
Brazil has said we could count
oil bis arrival. Armando is world-

famous for his ability to beat any

body when he is right. At last re report
port report he still retained the number
one ranking In bis country.

For those interested in secur securing
ing securing reserved seats for all 'events
It is requested they call Mrs. Or Ortega
tega Ortega at Panama 3-1660. These are

bains: sold in lots of 6 only which

make up a private box. For all
events in the International Cham

pionships the minimum charge of

5100 has been estabiisnea lor a cox.
It is suggested that all interested
in this convenience call early as
popular demand has sold about
half of the boxes prior to official




for th


e Men's Singles.'

e Men's Doubles

e Women's Singles
Mixed Doubles

Feb. 13 '15 16 17'
. ;.."
EKTRY BLANKS obUmable at the
Cabaft it Tennis Club must be ...
filled out and returned .
before p.m. reb. f
T INTRY FIX 12. par player .each stent
j ; Play win be at night only y -v
. Prizes for winners and runnera-up y ..'
" 'Tinners wCJ be invited to tlay In the 1 1 T
; 2nd Annual El Panama International Tennis Toiimimsnt

A Kirkeby Hotel

" NEW YORK, Feb."2 (UP) Wilt
(The Stilt) Chamberlain and his
Kansas teammates will ; be burn burning
ing burning for revenge tonight when they
resume their court -activity in a
"rubber" game, against- I e w a
State on the Jayhawks home hard


Kansas has been inactive since
losing to the Cyclones, 39-37, in the

Diggest upset of the current season

Jan. 14. was the Jayhawks' first
defeat in 12 games and dropped

them into second place behind

North Carolina in the United Press
ratings.- ...

Dick Hare, whe succeeded re retired
tired retired Forrest (PHOG) Allen as
coach of the Jayhawks this sea sea-sen,
sen, sea-sen, premises his players won't
be feeled egein by lews State's
"slew dewn" tactics, which led
te KanMs' downfall in their lest

"We don't waltz well." Haro

siatea. uur guys piay their best
when they drive, and we're going

to anve against lowa state to


In addition to the bitter team

rivalry. Chamberlain has a oer-

sonal score to settle with Iowa

State's Gary Thompson, whi is 14
inches shorter than the seven-foot

Philadelphia native. Thompson out-

scored Chamberlain (18-17) while
Kansas was' beating state in the

Big Seven Conference holiday
tournament and repeated that feat

(19-17) in their second meeting last

Tonight's contest also will have
a direct bearing on the Big Seven

Conference race. Kansas is" lead leading
ing leading the conference with a 3-1 rec record
ord record and must win to remain ahead
of idle Nebraska :2-l). The ninth-

ranked Cyclmnes have a 3-2 league

mark, so another defeat could
knock them out of the Big Seven
North Carolina still is involved

with mid-term examinations, but
five ether top-ranked teams also

win be in action tonight.
Third-ranked Kentucky entett
ains Florida, fourth-ranked South Southern
ern Southern Methodist hosts Arkansas, 5th-

ranked U.C.L.A. completes its two-

game weekend series against Ore Oregon
gon Oregon State, sixth-ranked Louisville
visits Memphis State, and seventh seventh-ranked
ranked seventh-ranked Illinois its at Purdie.

Other games include ,N otr e

jJtmi n canisius,' Auours ai vn vn-derbllt,
derbllt, vn-derbllt, Brigham Young at Denver,
St. Louis at DepauL Duke at Navy,

N.Y.U. at Syracuse, Michigan at

Minnesota, Michigan State at North
western, Tulane at Mlssl s a 1 p p I

State, Texas at Oklahoma, L.S.U,

at Mississippi, Texts A and M. at

Texas Christian, Indiana at Iowa,

Stanford at Oregon, Georgia at

Tennessee, Alabama at Georgia

Teen, Columbia at juarvaro, ana
Yale at Cornell. ... .
West Virginia converted, JT of
41 free throws in turning back
St. John's, 105-72, last night at
Morgstown. W, Ya. Red Hundley
cored 30 points-, Including .10 of
112 free throws, end grabbed 13
rebounds against the eutmanned
rodmen from Now York.
Wake Forest also displayed a-

mazlna accuracy in downing Clem

son, 81-60, tor its- I4tn victory in

its last 15 games. Vince Yockel

tallied 35 points for the Deacons,

who hit on 71.4 per cent of then

field goal attempts in racing to a

54-34 hairtlme advantage.

feated L.S.U., 81-72; V.M.I, whip whip-ped
ped whip-ped Davidson, 75-60; Clester Har Harrington's
rington's Harrington's 17 pints helped Tulsa
down Houston, 78-58; Tulane edged

Mississippi. 65-64: San .Francisco

trounced Pepperdine, 78-67, as Art
Day scored 27 points; U.C.L.A.
downed Oregon State, 39-37, for its
32nd straight Pacific Coast Confer Conference
ence Conference victory, and Bill Bond scored
23 points in leading Stanford to a

68-52 triumpn over uregon.

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NEGRO MATADOR The "Black Diamond of the Bullring,"
Rafael Santa Cruz, above, will make h'.s debut at La Macarena
bullring this afternoon alternating with Spanish matador Va Valencia
lencia Valencia ni against four pure-bred Mexican bulls: Santa Cruz,
who has alternated with:' the famous Domlnguin more ,than
any -other bullfighter, Is en route to Spain where Pominguin
' will sponsor him.





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NEW YORK (NEA), r- Georges
Caipcnriei' is 63 nbw.-'IIe fought
last here in '1926. He was over far

a brief visit, in conjunction with)

countryman Marcel tertian s mm- one who punches
rtloltrolcrht itlm KAiff with Tnnv 7.a)l D 'xt.:- t

in 1948. f
He would be, you figured, an ob obscure
scure obscure guy around town this trip,
the kind of "fellow you'd have' to
steer up old-timers' alley for any
sort of reception.
But that, was before still-handsome,
sharp-featured Georges step stepped
ped stepped down from a "plane at Idle Idle-wi'd
wi'd Idle-wi'd Airport and with his pretty
wife on his arm promptly swung
around New- lYork and stopped
the- show wherever he went,

tors with his demeanor that the Perhaps, somebody said, Rocky
"Lives and Loves of Georges Car I should have- gone out and bees)
penticr" is scheduled to be a mo-lflaUcncd by Dempsey.'
vie. He also picked up three offers!' While dealing in that grand old
for appuarances in panada, t (nostalgia,- Carpentier produced the

imsnngnt ot tne evening, xo mosn

"THE PUNCHER," Georges not- minds, when' h recalled Ws'diB'sef
ed, "They always -remember the for the Dempsey bdut.

'ho punches K"I received S255.0O' Imt mv end.

Because of this, he was puzzled I Daid income taxes nf Sfl non Bit

that Marciano hever seemed ; of it. And-1 wasn't, cheating." ?

ed to patch on outside of the ring, more fun to talk of the 1920's. ?

Andy Reese Jr. Recalls Dad s

Colorful Baseball Career

made an outright liar of the ca calendar.
lendar. calendar. For this wasn't. a 63-year-od
former fighter, At Leone's or
Toot Shor's or Tony Canzonerle's
or Gallagher's or wherever he
went, this was, still the : Orcmd
Man, the gay,, glamorous French

man who drew $1,826,580 into;
Bovle's Thirty Acrei across the
river in Jersey for his bout with I
Jack Dempsey in 1921. I

( .
Editor's. Note: Andy Reete Jr.
son,, of the former Now York
Giant player whe became ene of
the all-time greats with Mem Memphis,
phis, Memphis, of the Southern Association
recently joined the United Press,
Hero is what Andy recalls of
his father's colorful career.)


ATLANTA (UP)-It was i a key

Everybody knew him

.j u. u:- nnip

lmu" "" u' lusa M"f fir.'i Meu, VnvW hv,nM-;'.l.

Tupelo 'Ifigh ever had." ,,)hil
In 1923, after a couple of yesr
at Vanderbllt, Dad left school tW
come back and play pro basetSaltV
with Tupelo in the old Tri-State,
League , . ir
Twenty-Year Career
; In. all, he played ncaly 20yer
of professional baseball. He ow"a;
with,. M.empliis 9 1-2 years, aV
With the Giants four. He also play
ed With and managed teams-: ial

u.!,U Ct T I L. li rr t ,,. . ....

Tv, wiin. di.muu, iiu me urur, x upcio, irreenvuje ana Meridiem'
HIE U1K naL ui.m L.i-x Ink, 1-.U. llin. .ll, 1 s,f. ... 9

. w v.. ... vfiAianu, will..' axiu M1UW

around towd and old fiehters. eovs u Z ZXZ l'"""b ,".u"' "V7"u f";"" .ai V5E

who hand around th taW.nd .'.R .me man n "b e .".r'SSSS the sSwTsS
wtreerTeoracTwint" 'T Tn JiSi
f hf ei? g i P i i base coach Fvecidie Lmdstrom One of the fastest players in-the
lh?e whJ'AV" flt' A" hricalled hut the batter loop, he led the league ta l5
those who make a study of the1 waved it off and rushed to Me- with 33 stolen bases. i -Ti
play world of sports, it Is a fms Graw to protest; The fiery Giant )e thing 1 do remember- Vap4
lesson In the thing we ve come to manager backed up his coach andipened on Mav 2. 19.18 ,whea?
call the magic touch of J a c k; insisted tha-. the batter "Jay itiMemnhis rPlehrBtd' Andv tfl,.

dwn, Day. Tne Chicks lost their game
The pitch came high and hard.jtp Little Rock but It was a memw
St.Louis was playing for the hunt. I0rable occasion for the Reese c'an-


The average person remembers

Carpentier as the Frenchman

nyi mm a -aern ar alt eiMM r nit thnl 'n ill l a i t

Demosev knocked out in fnur v-n u i i J : i... 1 witn inousanm or peep ig encflnnf

, - . V 1 UMll W II 1 D I I V U WVCI

ruuiigs, carpentier, evervDOflv1 niHnh : -v

seems to,, know whether th eyl a. thp vnnne niavpr

were at the fight or not even eWjyT0Unded third arid trotted home. hometown
enough to know of it .- caughtjwiti, a cqrc that was to make r)a(j ot: a

"""'i .wim. o yiaaaiw c-uajtiju ;ew xorK in ion team: in l ie nH

a distntlfor the leader, of the household
. including g large delegation thsr,
triumphant- catTU. in tlrwes from the old.'.

right hand In the second

and wobbled the champ.

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f RfeCORD HOLDER. 1 ftortln Holmes, A Wheeled 3. Bant

Whltkln.' Holmes set a new Qz. record tor 10 yearoid boys
to win' the' tlratv place, Gatun1, Civic Council Trophy jit the'
fourth annual Oamboa Civic council meet, j The fifth' annual
meet will be oh Wajch 3 at th Gamboa Pool.
mi I v i-iln mm I im,in

1 v S l t 1 jf (
Atlantic Teenage1 Baseball League

- Atlantic Twilight Baseball

' y.; Won Lost Pet.

Powell,"., ..
C H. 8,
CHS Alumni U ..
uss Jasper ,.y. ..






. Sbot-gunners gathered In the
Jan. 30 afternoon concourse at the

Cristobal Gun Club profited from

a demonstration by Mr. Joe Kue

ter of bis "just concentrate on

'em" theory of Skeet which result

ed in a run of 32 and tellies of 25

in bis first round and 24 in nis

Scores generally trended upward
as the shooters eyed, in addition
to the C. Z. State Shoot scheduled
for" May, three soon coming spe special
cial special contests: a registered Trap

! Shoot (Singles, Doubles and Han Handicap)
dicap) Handicap) set for 10 a.m., Sunday,

reb. sr tne Heyaen iropny so so-Blrd
Blrd so-Blrd Skeet Shoot on Feb. 17; end
the Registered Bird 23-Yard Han

dicap Trap Shoot for tne Captain
Stewart Trophy at 10 a.m. March

t3. ; :

The Jan. 30 scores:
Tras ( Doubles)
R. C. Casanova r 23'
J. C. Lastinger- -20
Art Snttoa W
,Joei Cook ; V
Treat (Singles, Handicap)
Cdok (U yds.) 23
-.Xueter tl yds.) 22
. "Doc" French (13 yds.) 20
Lastinger (20 yrds.) .. 19
Casanova (25 yrds.) 13
' Kueter ; 5
'Shor Scheinapder 22
Sutton ( 418 ga.) 21
F. Chollar . ' 21
Tom SeUs : 21
W. Johnston. (41 ga.) 20'
Lastinger ' H
Freacb .-. ; ?

Thursday's Results -,
CHS-Alumni T, USS Jasper 2
Sunday's Games 1 :30 Pal,
Powells vs CHS Aiumni
C. H. 8. vs ySS Jasper
in his farefwell atsDef.rance Tor

CHS-Alumnl pitcher Bsnnsteln.iGerlR lb

. No starting pitchffrj have been
announced. Luke Palumoo; still
hoping for a championship from
his Cristobal High School Tigers,
wlll i meet the cellar-dwellers,
USS Jasper In' the night-cap
event of the twin-bill, Jasper
will have 'Patterson ready for
this one, while CHS's choice will
possibly be Billy Gibson.


Georges was a remarkable mA

dleweight, who was a pro at 13
and at 18 was meeting' them al'.

including Billy Papke and Frank
No, Carpentier is strictly the
Frenchman Dempsey flattened in
four. The fight was 36 years ago,


round, league, McGraw met him.

Fired for Homer

lot of loot, like. Jug-
watches and panel'.

"What was mv sign?" the Gia'nt
manager demanded.. : :
''Bunt,1' the player grinned.-"
and-1 bunted hell-out 'of it."

"Yeah just. $50 worth!" -r-.
The young ballplayer who got

fined for hitting a horn run near

ly 30 years ago went on to win

imonev, and I got s snn bucket
i filled to tbs'brtm with brand new,
I pennies,....' .. '!

his real, fame ia Dixie, .where, he
i. .im i i ... i i

Th- n,..fu hn th. h..D-.' '. one iii tne ucbi renvemDereu

" r athletes who ever played in Mem-

.1, 1' v., i,'nLWir Ph, n(l the Southern Association.
JVil..,?0: Andy Reese-who's Dsd to me-

r'.;i V "u'i I i left the Giants in 1932 with a sore

iiiLci iiaiiuimi, Lin vui eu niic u&

fene? Fact, how1 many

know who It was?

ttfm MftAt fftllt fltll IBIIATtl 14

, j H til lrVO VMI, VU V V I 1 I u
today, wenf to Memohii and beld down

i ...

Well, the .gentleman.,) was vDon

tockeil ef England and size-wise

he War" a 'better contender than

Carpentier.' Cockell at least had

some weight' to him. Perhaps a

bit too much, but he was not the
168 Carpentier weighed getting in in-to
to in-to the rmc with Jack.
Carpentier was brought ever
here this trip by some television

people and before he left Holly

first base and, batted clean-up for
the ChtckS for some eight yean.

' I'm afraid I was too young"toi

remember tne stories ne tens, line

the one sdoui tne noma run, ina
I've listened to stories other peo people
ple people like to tell about him. And

I've; read through the four big.
thick scrapbooks of newspaper

clippings Mom used to keen.
Folks in mv hometown. Tupelo.

Miss., say Dad, a four (sports

. J '.ftrSS'i-

wood he. impressed enough direc-man, was sbout the best athlete

The box score:

USS Jasper
Maloney If
Mann, J. ef-p ....
Nolan c
Sanders rf

Moats 2b

Ab R H To

makine his second start of the

year, tossed three-hit ball n n-gainst
gainst n-gainst the sailors from the USS
Jasper and th High School A A-lumni
lumni A-lumni nlne lifted their heads
oiit of the eelmr by one half a
jrame. Bernstein, wno ordinarily
does the catching for Bill
Hughes' charges, aaked frir this
chance to pitch- as ne will leave
for the United .State, on Satur-.
day. Barrusteln rewarded Hughes
by strtklne; but' 3, walking five
and turning in Aiumnl's first
win of the season in addition to
the three-hit performance.

Lee Leftrldee's three base

blast tote rleht field wtth two

mates aboard in the first frame

started the Alumni on tne n?ni

track to victory. Bob oms fol

lowed wltbj a single to righS to
score Lef trtdge with all the A A-lumni
lumni A-lumni needed for the win. Dave

Mann, who etarted for jasper

and was nicked for three hits
in three Innings, oa'. control in

the tmnj and issued rnree Tres

passes for another ns-Aiumni
tally. Jack Mann, a brnthsr of
Dave's who looks so much like
him that the fans hardly inw
there we a cbar.j on 4he
mound, finished, tha erame for

the. losers, allowing three hit,
one walk and struck wit iv bat batters
ters batters in Jii three lr.nii'.r stint."
Bob" Orvls.xne of the too bit bitters
ters bitters In the looo. had two for

three to dd t the wlnnlrg
cause, -rhile jack Marn collect collected
ed collected a oalr of hit fo trK loseis.
Tomorrow afternoon h At

lantic Twilight Loco schedules

their eecond of on'v two doub'e doub'e-headers
headers doub'e-headers nlanert frr 1937. Both
tlmeg twlrvbil'-i haa to b 'hed 'hed-nled
nled 'hed-nled for Sundny to make way
for rnterwholastic imeJ on

Tuesday. Th ppce-stt:n pfw-.

euf ti wir-cie PCS-Ainmnt ior
the third tlrn' ht. serson In

tne ooener.' odiy enough ft nas
always been the nine
that JlS rirrre nwt!N a a.ri

for their money, fhe first time 1
these two teams mt on opn-j

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Tommv Kearns is the third best Un. Aaf yn.M. rnm hm.

scorer en Nortli Carolina's basket- hi-vt to senre s mr.s rn' the Th

ball team. Registering 143 points; inntnt erd win 7 to C. p-iwelhta-half week layoff.

the first Bsh of tie season tool ; took a derision from ATumnl.'with Yilt' the Stnt

a, eAmhmtsnt. Dick Harp played

and. -won in athletics by hobbling

the enemy in its long auiuji-

"1 alwavs felt it foolish,-' ex

plains Kansas' on-the-spot basket basket-ball
ball basket-ball coach, "to let the other guy

da wht he wanted to o.

Nol Roort lends itself more'read-

ily to this theory thsn basketball.!

Hara anolied the formula to I ami

fame as one of the two best post

guards in Jayhawker history. The
other was Charley Black, who wasi

two and-a-hair menes uuer ati

siz-four-and-a-balf. :

I fouaht for position," empha

sizes Haro.' "'tried to prevent the

prvot man from recehnnf the ball!

in a favorable position, i cwercoi

everj one thst wsy." . 11
It's toe bad Harp ean't suit tin
tn aa11m r.mrr Tnaiimson when

the Lttks towhead -Wads 1 Iowa!

State into, Lawrence, for' the rub-!

ber raateh with Kansas, Feb. 2.

- What -with State's over aU e-,

tellence asd the rust of a to-and-

Kansas. even


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For Dutch Doctor
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v- nA...aa T iiVob Uaiisma. 35
ho. left medcal school In Am-
rl rioht. hm Nazix durine
tuui u .-
World War n and then moved to
his. native Indonesia to supervise
tntarnahin to Drtctlce
TT.jf.i l Tannev1vania.
" Radsma was a 22-year-old med medical
ical medical student in 1943 when tha Na Na-sisTtried
sisTtried Na-sisTtried to ship him to Germany
fat forced labor. He bolted from
nisl'guards and joined an under-
nmnnit MxtctaiM mnvtmcnL But
his 1 free Dutch activities were
. short-lived.
"The Gestapo picked me up in
m aw, w j i
in -a prison for three-and-a-half
months and then nine more
months in a concentration camp.
. I escaped from a prisoner train
Jround for Germany'
Radsma said he looted German
. administration office after his es escape
cape escape and soon had the materials!
for a forged set of identification
' apt,
' lack To Holland
After the war, Radsma com com-foleted
foleted com-foleted his education and then re returned,
turned, returned, to his family In Jakarta,
Indonesia. He became Supervisor
in hospital and did malaria
control work for an oil company.
"I also did a lot of minor sur surgery,"
gery," surgery," he added, "After all, I
waa tile only doctor there."
. But Inrlnniuian'e rliililr a r
" 3oh a mo At
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butch physician Is beginning a
third "life" in America,, interning
At Pittsburgh hospitaL.

I flu 2-28M 2-JM7.

.. t Street No. U :
Agenda Internal, de Publioaolonee
" New S Utterr riaxa
Central Am 41

FOR SALE 9-ff. Ganaril Elae Elae-"
" Elae-" trie refrigerator, 60-cycla, food
. condition,. $65. Phona Albrook
2217, Quartan 1 3 3 -A,
FOR SALEf Livinfl room lat. 4
piacat $25; Buih radio, 6 bandi,
25 and 0 cyclei $70; contour
chair $15; bookcase, center ta table
ble table $7.50. Fourth of July Ava Ava-nua
nua Ava-nua No. 14-10, Apt. 12.
FOR SALE: Bamboo et f sofa,
ahairt, hasiock, tabla $35; Sim Sim-mona
mona Sim-mona io(a-bed $30; Simmoni
chair $25; mite, tablet and
chain from $1 to $5; neit of ta table
ble table $10; dining .room table, tix
chain $ 1 00; four-potter .bed .bedroom
room .bedroom tuita, 5 placet, $ 125;
ehilcTt drauer $30; ttova $30;
bathing machine $50; and many
other household article!. Call 3 3-0972.
0972. 3-0972. Calle Colombia Ne. 6,
FOR SALE: Davenport aofa,
very goad condition $80; alto 2
aide tablet. Phona 3-3396.
Help Wanted
WANTED: Competent maid,
mutt apeak English. Botica Neu Neu-man,
man, Neu-man, 39th Street No. 4-14, Bella
NEEDED Oirl to car far chil children.
dren. children. Mutt live in. Apply Apt. A.
Edificio Sota, 44th Street and
Ave. Colombia.

Fancy Fronts For Men:
Pleated, Lacy Shirts

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il l.i lIJAI I ill im

NEA Staff Corratpondent
TTOW" VORrt rNTCAY It'lixed
to be pretty hard to ten a man's
shirt from a woman's mouse,
since the gals began wearing
man-tailored shirts. y .v
But thlnss are setting easier.
nnur that tha Khirt pnmrjanieB
have introduced pleated and lace lace-trimmed
trimmed lace-trimmed shirts for mem What's
more, the- men seem to like the
fancy fronu -rtney jena a cer-
ain elegance, in this season when
eleeance is the keynote of men's
fashions. Ai
Vmi have try he careful about
wearing the new style.; Best to
ua.r tha fonrv fronts with a
plain, dark suit and with care carefully
fully carefully selected ties that comple-
their former rulers, the Dutch,
forced Radsma, his wife and four-year-old
daughter to leave, he
Radsma took his family to Hol-
tctwt uh.r. thfv ar nOW WtitinS
for his call. He then boarded a
ship for a new life and a new
land, the United btaies.
Dr. Radsma is very enthusias enthusiastic
tic enthusiastic about internship in Pitts Pittsburgh's
burgh's Pittsburgh's Shadyside Hospital, and
he has made adjustment to new
ways easily.
"Our system in Holland Is dif different
ferent different from yours," be said. "Ev
erything is on a mucn. larger
sale here. Your interns use
much more lab equipment And
they work independently.
13 Reconditioned araminnm
Venetian blinds, mint green
with yellow ribbon, 34 a 60.
One 1) Bnescher Tenor
Sax with case, very good
condition, ...
- Two (2) snattnasea with
covers (cotton). ; -1951
4-door 6pedal Deluxe,
A-l condition, new tires, and
foot control antematie radlax
Standard Sn'ft.
616 las Ris San Miguel
PI. Balboa 49.

' 181 La Carrattiuilla
Ne. U "B" Street.
4tb el JoIt Ave, aift

FOR SALE: 1956 4-door B.
Air Six, India:-Ivory 'aver blue
turquoise, custom upholstery,
ww tiret. For price and demon demonstration
stration demonstration appointment, '.call Jim
Hagan, Margarita 3-1071.
FOR SALE 1955 Ford 4-door,
excellent condition, radio, tun vi vi-tor,
tor, vi-tor, new tiret, solax glatt, fender
tkirtt, 1 3,000 milet. Houte
5504-C. Diablo. Phone 2-3102.
FOR SALE: Duty paid 1950
Hydramatie Cadillac sedan "62."
Low price. See Tropical Motort,
Automobile Row.
FOR SALE : 1 953 Austin A-40
Coupe, excellent condition, one
owner. Phone Balboa 2-4278.
FOR SALE: 1947 Oldsmobila
4-door tedan,: $150. Balboa 2 2-3630.
3630. 2-3630. FOR SALE: -r- 1953 Chevrolet
Bel Air, 34,000 miles, whit
tidewall tiret, and heater.
Can be 'financed. 83-4147.
2154-C, Curundu.
FOR SALE: 1953 Vauxhall
English Chevrolet $450. 83 83-4147.
4147. 83-4147. 2154-C, Curundu.
FOR SALE- 1956 Oldsmobila
Super 88 Hardtop, 4800 actual
mileage, hydramatie, power
brakes, power steering, many
ether accessories. New condition.
Dr. Ralph Adams, Balboa 6457.
FOR SALE-Small autobut 1949
Dodge in perfect condition. Tele
phone 2-1419, atk for Ram.
ment, the shirt -no hand-painted
jods or wiia stripes.
Most of thn hiff ehirt minnfso
turers have hopped on the pleat-
ea Dana wagon. van ueusen nas
several models all whites, white
with nlaate um with Klna (KraaJ
and blue- collars -and cuffs, blue
witn alternate, blue and white
pleats, blue with a cut-out white
bosom i-evealinff blue unrlarnaath
shirts with polka dots or s 1 1 in
smpes on Lie Dosom.
Arrow has several models, fea
turing pleats and lace. The lace,
much more dressy, Is only avail
able u white, tut tne pleated mo models
dels models come in' white, blue or gray.
Meanwhile, the ladies are aoine
for plain old button down shirts,
like men once wore.
The foreign influence on Amer American
ican American fashions keeps growing. Now,
for the first time, one of the larg
est chains of popular-priced men's
shoe stores Thorn McAn will
import shoes from Italy.
Heretofore, the unusual Italian Italian-styled
styled Italian-styled shoes have been strictly an
upper income item. But bow they
will be available to the pizza set.
Hat forecast for spring in a
T6 size nutshell, the word is
"color." Hat makers see this sum
mer as the most colorful In the
hat industry in year. Tyroleans,
with gay colors and fancy learn learners,
ers, learners, are expected to be big.
Straws in different colors and
combinations, decked out in big,
bold and beautiful bands, will be
top sellers. Caps ,w ill continue
their comeback, and this spring
and summer will be available in
a bieger variety of fabrics.
- For the conservative head, of
course, tha usual line of light
weight-felts and simple straws
will be readily available.
j. .The) mea'a clethinf manufactur
era are Blanning an all-out cam-
oiien to raako Valentine's Day a
big gift-giving occasion. Left over
from last year are hurt -decorated
pajamas, which will be joined
in the stores this February by
.shorts, ties and other Items bo-
decked with the heart motif.
i If you figure your man wont go
for socb frill, ne a prooaoiy like
a nice, non-heart adorned Item
ii yon nicked it out.

'JUI Central Am.

1M Central
Ara yew vacation bound? Let Jim
keep your car till March 30, Jim
Hagan, Margarita 3-1071,
come Income tax returns are due April
15. Qualified tax consultant are
available at your telephone. Call
Panama 3-7001.
course you do," but let ut take
car ef your TV troublet. Call ut
between 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. for
SAME DAY SERVICE: U.S. Tele Television
vision Television at 2-4616. OPEN (TILL
10 P.M. v
Boats & Motors
FOR .SALE: 30-ft. cabin cruitar
142- hp. Chrysler. All equip'
mant. Ready to go. Phone 3 3-1706,
1706, 3-1706, Cristobal.

Was Winnie Right?, Are

It's Brow-Wrintder Facing

ton Churchill, in the first volume
of his ''History of- the English
Speakng' People," wrote of a
period when high taxes and other
impositions were becoming too
heavy for the people to bear, or
beyond"1 their, willingness to bear.
They were being taxed." Sir
Winston wrote, "to the limit of
their credulity."
It la a rich nhrax fall nf m'un.
ing which, somehow, seems 1 to
near on a current matter of sim similar
ilar similar import to the common man.
Now. 700 veara after th tim nf
which Churchill wrote in such
striking language, there is raised
again me question: is the credul-
itv of taxnavara annrnnnhino
limit in accepting explanations of
why taxes, v must bei and long
i aAntintia, a V H. i L x:
British Begin Doubting
Th tlliunn la Al. lMn4-.
.""Pj"o u .Ilia UIBbailLC
in nnt itim nitinsn- AD ,U tt-U.j
States.. They are British subjects,
who, it appears; are becinninir to
doubt that pinning a cluster of
wars on a man's shoulders and
fuing heayy bands- of goldbraid
uu uio sieve luusi, automatically,
make him an infallible-and al always
ways always fair, judge of what should be
done each year, with most of the
money anted up by the taxpayers.
British subjects are beginning to
focus a questioning, attention on
On this matter Vulcan.-
tinn le firtipnilintf nnw f,- A t
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uucuao ai, wuicn uieir lead

China Could Make Soviet Pay
Thru Nose For FarEast Views

NEW YORK. Jan. 31 (UP)
Soviet Russia may pay dearly j
tor tne help it got from Commu Communist
nist Communist China in framing a new pol
icy for its East European satel
Chinese Red Premier Chou En-
lai went to Moscow -at the urgent
request of the Soviet government
to aid in re-shaping policy in
light of the Polish and Hungarian
In Russia's behalf, Chou also
visited Warsaw" and Budapest to
talk to Polish Communist leader
Wladyslaw Gomulka and Hungar Hungarian
ian Hungarian puppet Premier Janos Kadar.
The result was a joint statement
if sued by Chou and Soviet Pre Premier
mier Premier Nikolai A. Bulganin.
Chou and Bulganin said that
Communists countries are "sover "sovereign
eign "sovereign independent states" and that
Russia remains the center of
world Communism.
But it looks now as if the most
important result of Chou's mission
was to strengthen the prestige of
Red China at Russia's expense.
Chou .seemed to' be the domin
ant figure in the Moscow talks
a sort of arbiter between Russia
and its satellites. -
He certainly strengthened his
country's position as an Influence
in all Communist countries. He
au-e greatly strengthened tt as the
leading Communist influence in
the "neutralist" coua tires of East
There have long been signs of
Russian Chine rivalry in East
Aia.. Russia has msde big bid
to buiM itself up there, especially
is) India ...- ..-, -' j
But Red China -nas .moved In.
Caou's present tour of Asia,
which he interrupted to visit Mos
cow, seems almost openly aimed
at giving China the No. X petition
la relations with India. Burma,
Indonesia and other countries.
Another stage in the develop-
aunt of Russian Chinese rivalry
j' in the indefinite future.
I Cbon has shown, in Speeches he
hta-aaoe recentl in India ana

Avenue ;

ATTENTION; Q. I.I Just built
modem' furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, ;:, hot, cold, water.
Phona Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Alberta. Navarre Ave., El,
Cangrejo. Phono 3-1982.
FOR RENT: Three bedroom
', apartment with twe main bath- :
roomt, very. Urge living and din-.
' ing room, kitchen, laundry,
maid's ream end bath, hot water,
etc. Apt. completely screened
p and located In Bella Vista. Good
residential section. Rent: $150.
Phone Panama 3 0763 or 2-.
, O027.: -, ;
FOR RENT.- Modern apartment,
6 closets, 2 bedrooms, Irving
room, dining reem, kitchen,'
. perch, garage. 46th Street East
Ne. 2-61. Phona 3-1423.
r FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apart-:
: apart-: ment In duplex house, garage,
fenced yard,. Paitilla Airport area.
Call Clayton 6-206.
ers believe could cause tht United
Kingdom to go broke and hungry.
-.r: vuntisn uetense secretary Dun Duncan
can Duncan Sandys arrived here last
weekend to discuss this and re related
lated related matters with U.S. officials.
Out Of these discussions is likely
to flow more commitments of .US.
men and money to the collective
defense of the free: world against
the spread of police state slaevry.
Prelect Is Expensive
There could not be a better nor
more nonular oblaritiva nnr has
there ever been short of hot
war a more' expensive project,
expensive for. the United States,
me untisn ana, to a lesser de degree,
gree, degree, the other free Allies.
. President Eisenhower i m rw.
ord that .US. taxpayers no longer
uure count me cosi oixnii aeiense
oDjecUve. But his Treasury De De-oartment
oartment De-oartment is reauired hv lait,
toto it up from; day to day and
im oyeraii costs are in eye-popping
figures. ,;'-... -v.Vr.?,
"Don't COunt th cnat" ha 1u.n
pretty much the British approach
io- ueiense, too. aut tne British
government no 4s changing all of
that toward an immediate reduc-
uon oi spenamg.
, Based On Estimates
In Great Brltalri. a In tha Tr;t
ed States. defonsa
r w Mv.Jiauaiaf UQO
been very largely oh the basis of
estimates and judgments of t he
military, high brass. With that in
nimu, question long overdue for
other East Asian countires, that
ne is looxing forward to the day
when the United States may rec recognize
ognize recognize his government, and 'Red
v-hina may be admitted to the
TTa-jitayf XT !..
VAAAKa Aluuuat
There Tiax Wn
United States is even thinking; of
icvusiuzing me iiea uninese re regime.
gime. regime. But it may do so. The Com Communis
munis Communis ta are nrettv firmltf in aAt
trol of tJveir country of 600 million
iwrvpic, aa uiey seem likely to
V.SW1 etiaa 4aB ajka.A.1
If tod when Amiririti
tion comes, China's position will
airenguienea rurther at Rus
sia's exoense.
Russia loses no opportunity to
demand Red China's admission to
.the U.N. But there is a strong
suspicion that theSoviet govern government
ment government is well content with the
prfen situation, in which its own
fx aiuou as cniei spokesman for
tfee Communist world is unchal unchallenged
lenged unchallenged -
Jet Planes To Get
Electronic Device;
CHICAGi-(UPAn' electronic
computer for jet aircract is being
designed by the micronies division
of the Elgin National Watch Com
pany. Although small in size, it
will resemble the large mechani
cal "brains." -
The intrument will figure such
information as air pressure, tem temperature,
perature, temperature, speed, and density while
the aircraft is ia flight The know knowledge
ledge knowledge win be transmitted te the
aircraft's fuel system, air condi conditioning
tioning conditioning unit, fire control and nar
ganoa systems as required.
George W. Fraker, general man manager
ager manager of the Elgin division produc producing
ing producing the computer said the "preci "precision
sion "precision tolerances involved in- the
mass production of the instrument
are as crose as any encountered
ia watch manufacture,'

J. Fea de la Otae Ave, Ne. 41
Jnto Aroaemeno Ava. and St St
M treat No. U

FOR RENT: 2-flooring house,
unfurnished, with 2 bedrooms, 2
; baths, living-dining 'room, kitch-
an, garage, maid's room, laundry
porch; garden. Available Febru-
ry 1 5;i alto furniture1 to tell if
desired. Rent $100. No. 12 13th
Street, San Francitcb. Phorta 3 3-2181..
2181.. 3-2181.. FOR RENT: 2-bedroom chalet,
- big back yard;, alt .fenced. 7th
Street, Coif Heights, Information
Phono 2-2407, 3-3641.
Position Offered
WANTED: Experienced tales talesman,.
man,. talesman,. Must speak English and
have driver's license. Apply to
"Vendedor," Bex NOi 13, giving
Wanted to Buy
. WANTED : Washing machine,
25-cycle.. Phone 3-2427, Cris Cristobal.
tobal. Cristobal. f .-r :
Too High?,
considerable taxDaver considera
tion is this: Is the high brass best
equipped to pass the judgments,
especially when the high brass op
both sides of the Atlantic are like likely
ly likely to plug for their own favorite
weapons, while equally high brass
down the Pentagon or war office
corridor, is assuring a 11 comers
that the ballyhooed weapon ac
tually is no good in a fight?
That is how the U.S. Navy and
the U.S. Air Force brass have
been reaching their high cost esti
mates ; of what defense really
should- be. Best example, of
course, is the interservice row
about aircraft carriers and inter
continental bombers. But '.there
has been costly competitition, too.
among Army, Navy and Air Force
for the biggest slices of the atom
16 weapon pie. 1

Bergman, Brynner, Hayes, Three Marvelous Stars
V In A Marveloiis Productipn "ANASTASIAV;v ;
i Opening Wednesday at the Bella yista Theatre

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r- "AN ASTASIA the 20th Century Fox Fox-ClfiemaScope
ClfiemaScope Fox-ClfiemaScope production in De Luxe Color
opening on Wednesday at the BELLA VISTA
Theatre, proved to be the irresistible lure to
bring back. Ingrid Bergman to the American
public in an American-made film after a
seven-years absence. More beguiling than
ever,- tlje great Swedish star co-stars with
Vul (The King and I Brynner and Helen
Hayes In a drama based upon one of the
treat personal mvsteries of our time Involv Involving
ing Involving royalty and a great fortune.

Parqua Uievre 1 Street
- Via Porta 111 ;
Bealda tha Bella Vista Thealra

Gramlich's Santa Clara Beach
.Cottages. Modern conveniences,
v moderate rates. S Phone Gamboa
; beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866. -
; Nothing te compare with HOTEL
Wire your reservation
PHILLIPS Oceantide Cottages.
Santa Clara Box 335 Diablo Htt.
a .BAr,Mmf 3-'77, Cristobal
Real Estate
FOR SALE-Boquete homesites.
LTe, electricity, vater. Reason Reasonable
able Reasonable prices, termt. Sara Carrei Carrei-.
. Carrei-. ra, Bequete, Chiriqui. 1
shows how the' fiscal 1958 bud j
get's expenditures for major;
national security programs are i
divided. Related programs, such
as foreign economic aid, the
U.S. Information Agency, Civil :
Defense and the draft bring the i
total to $45.3 billions. This reprt,
resents 59 cents utofevery,
tiudget dollar, v ,
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r y I I
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In the title role, la Bergman portrays a
woman believed by many, and denounced
by others,' to be Anastasia, daughter of the
last Czar of Russia, purported to have es escaped
caped escaped Red Russian violence.
'ANASTASIA is, without any doubt, one ef
the greatest films of all times, and one you
will not miss. Remember, it opens on Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday at the BELLA VISTA Theatre, the

oesi ana most

; rou

FOR SALE: T.V, 2f-nch G.l.,f
60-cycle, floor model. Balboa
IM4. .. .i :
-; FOR SALE: Doberman Pinsch-'
er puppy. Call Cristobal 3-3297:
' after 7 p.m. V V
FOR SALE: 21" television,
, uted 6 months, 60-cycle, tropi tropicalized,
calized, tropicalized, $175 cash. Call Amador
82-5214 after 4:00. i
FOR SALE) McGregor shhts
and pantt. Join our Merchandise
Club. The best. Baxar Madrid,
Central Avenue No, 65. .. :
STORE announcei the opening of
it ready-made clothe! section, -.
where tpacial items for the com'
ing carnival season are offered.
Available for gentlemen are efti- t
broidered "thirtt 'in different'
styles. For ladies are blouses,
tkirtt and embroidered pollcrat
exclusively designed by Ludigra-
mar La Flor de Calidonia, No.
26-36 Central Ave.' Phone 2-'
4882. 1 it
SALE: Sealed bids, for Opening
in public, will be received until
10:30 a.m.. February ,S, 1 957,-,
in the office of Superintendent;
ef Storehoutet, Balboa, for hand,
and electric calculators arid add--'
ing machinet, barometer, chrono chronometers,
meters, chronometers, protractor,, a txtltti,
junction bexet, .powder cement,
paint, compressor, hand.- and
track drills, tires, pump, lantern
globes, scales, cash registers, mi microscopes,
croscopes, microscopes, refractometer, motor
generator, trucks, station wagon,
ambulances,, tedan, jeep, pov :
driven cargo truck, ctrryill
tcraper and soda water eases, tn-
vilation No. S-57-325' "may' be
obtained from office of Superin- v
tendent of Storehouses,' tele-"
phone 2-1086. '
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FESTIVE SriWT of St. Valentine' Day to cleverly interpreted
ia thj U decorated, easily made, yrty Uble.
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era and : bows of bright red rib-

ton. - H.

5. Circle the top of the table
with alternating Valentine red and

snowy white heart shape Jace
paper mats.

".'4 iTia' larn naner mats..; heart

snaped and in royal colors of Cupid,-
to decorate your Valentine
party 'buffet table. Supply your-
' elf with corrugated paper, pink
crept 'papers, and several heart--shaped
lace paper mats in both
''red and while. Then, follow these
instructions: t SV
U CrV a circle of- corrugated
paper. large enough to cover ta table.
ble. table. .For a large table, cuf in two
semicircle' for ease, in handling
and fasten the two halves togeth-

2 F-I.rm servings)

. ed because it, is inexpensive, easy
tu put" and thumb lacks can' be
pressed into it very easily. ,.'
2. Cover top of stable, with dou double
ble double layer of pink crepe paper, or
pink "construction": paper, s o Id
at art supplies, stores. Fasten un under
der under edge of paper top. 'Cut a strip

Of matching crepe paper, wide en-

For your Valentine buffet sup

per here is a pale green recipe

to harmonize with the dominant
red, pink and white table decor decorations.
ations. decorations. ( -


Lima Beans With Sour Cl"m
' and Chive Dressing ((servings)
Two 10-ounce packages frozen
lima beans; 1-2 cup sour cream.
1 1-2 teaspoons salt, 1-8 teaspoon
ground white pepper, 1 tablespoon

chopped fresh chives

Cook lima beans according to

,ah fXTJa "Z,w: Hwctjon. on package. Drain, if
ough to -reach floor, and double ,nppSiflrv. A,M .maimn inir.

the width of the table:

Z. Hold the length, of crepe pa-'
per in one hand and fasten to edgj
of table top i with thumb tacks,
keeping fullness even as skirt is
tacked around the full width of
4c Fold lace paper doilies in
half, fasten to table with stream'

necessary. Add remaining in ere

dients. Toss lightly.' Serve at once.
i TOMO R ROW'S ; D I NN E R Pan Pan-broiled
broiled Pan-broiled chopped beef patties,
French fried potatoes, lima beans
with sour cream and chive dress dressing,
ing, dressing, enriched bread,? butter or
margarine, canned pears, a pice
cake, coffee, tea, milk.

Being unselfish doesn't ncccs ncccs-.
. ncccs-. sarilv make .a. woman. '.. good

wife. In fact, "a 'woman can be

too unselfish for her fiwn good
. and for the good of her marriage.
There are times for a woman

to put her husband' and children
first. There- are other times, for

her to put her own needs ahead.

Here are some i examples v
The woman who is-so unselfish
and undemanding that she e-n
courages her husband" to -t hink
, only in term of what he wants is
building a shaky foundation for
a marriage. It's not a sturdy one
which- will withstand, stress and
Jtrain. ?-' f'-X'-" i
. The ij?6man who makes a slave
Of herself for vher-s children isn't
, encouraging them to love and re-j
spect ber. She' is encouraging her
own children to Relieve that what

they want is all-important. She's

leading them to believe that Ma

ma v exists just to make then

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The right foundation is the answer to looking; well in any fashion,
whether it's an evening gown or a knit dress. Put the foundation
must be right for both you and the fashion. We show here what
happens (left) when a woman wears a knitted dress over the
wrong foundation garments. She's chosen bra and girdle and
this combination, all wrong for her full' figure, Has produced

bulges.. She tries onKcenter) a one-piece corselet. Which Is Ideal
for the junior figure well, and finds it just right for her full
tigure (right). It molds.the entire torso and the same dress looks
entirely different now. The rorselet is of sheer p?wer net with
nylon lace cups and front panel. It's light in weight but offers
sufficient control to smooth out the lumps.

Sho'll Resent Thoughtlessness,
Eventually', ;,. .
The woman who meekly and

unselfishly says, "Whatever you; n ih the smart
want, dear" or "''Whatever you .1 'fffciLrtiv'

think Is best is airrightwith me,"

liiickv indeed is the woman with

.. 1.1 A ml Ia'b

no iigure prouicw. i e
mit she's one, in : a million, top

nnr unattractive bulges, are u-

sually caused by, two- jactors:
lurk of exercise and the fact that

u,. regard the word "calorie as

a kind of club that deprives us

of. any food we reaiiy enjoy eui-
i"g- .. ; ', '

Yet figure control is pseuiai,

A'problem nearly all of us facepjefer a one piece foundation
is the "spare tire" at th? mid-whichwhen properly fitted, takes
riff. It respects few' or" us slimcare of many figure problem?,
or overweight as we. grow older Above all, w,atch -your posture,
and the figure .'settles, : f ; Standing,, sitting and walking e e-4
4 e-4 .; : .Srectly can ..take at least an inch
'To combat it, you' might wearoff your waistline. . :
a. long" bra that overlaps the top One of our most common faults
of the girdle. Or perhaps.' you'd is pride.' We often refuse' to ad-

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may be unselfish, but she is also

a dead weight,,, She doesn't- add
any spice to a marriage, initiate
any. new projects, or ever take
the reins -into her Own handsi,
The woman who lets her family
impose pn her is certain, jn time,
to resent their- lack of thoughtful-

ness and cooperation. Also, she 4s

making if more difficult for them

it can be accomplished. ; i

New foundation garments -.a r e

designed to prevent any Dumps
nri hnlses that might mar the

smooth line of these new 1 styles

So take) a good look at yourself
today, see what your trouble is

and, find out. wnat you can uo y, ;-iJ,"'. wv;.

to fret aloni with other oiitsirie A brassiere mas ill u-uiy -n

the home who aren't going to be create problems where actu any

as selflessly acquiescent as she is.

: The woman who' expects too

little of her husband and demand?

there are none. Bulges above the.

bra cup or under the arm incucaie

that the cup size you re wearing


nothing of him certainly; doesn't Is too small, remaps y wy

his best. -l up w'f, uv'ti"T'

encouraee him.' to do

Happy homes and happy mar

riages aren't built on one person's

complete unselfishness i

Pach member of a family needs

Msarilv follow that; you still do.

Remember too, that the band
n hrassiere boueht for daytime should anchor beneath? the'nlete diet, by any means

to have, enough elf-in'e C (Shoulder bladeg nd snouia noi oe m these, times oi irozen iooqs,

r.r .nma r,t v. hm u,.nt tnn snuff. Otherwise, it will Iprra i it takes no Urn lo prepare meai,

Jiappy and help .'Utem get "what'a well ; as enough u.iseii .... : ;vao unsightly roll of flesh right a- a'green salad or vegetable and

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If you live alone, you'rev more

apt to be careless about your eat

ing habits man you ve a tarni-

iy to cook lor. do cnecK up on
yourself from day to day. and
make sure you're not subsistirig

on canned soup or sanawicnes- a a-lone.
lone. a-lone. Such' fare is fine at times,

but it aoesni comprise a coin

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an Italian provinfclal design, add to IU usefulnesa.t BBdeH
walnut table has aluminum foil laminated under its top, J I
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ayntheti resin finish. These help protect
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wool jkivkj autv bji cuiiic iuvw
own. U'l done in both fitted and

appeared over and over again m
various designs. Many were olf olf-snoots
snoots olf-snoots ot toe Chanel influence,

NEW YORt NEA) Wool since it as she who stressed and
jersey, in all its beauty, appears 'still stresses the easy elegance of
ia the Italian collections in suit 'the wool jersey suit.
form. . f -

. I But recently, since the wholcjlight green wool jersey with rib-
TEe wool jersey suit is bo nov-j trend has been to lightweight fab-'bed band down the front. Roth
elty to America, women. It haslncs for brth coats and smU, the are from Spagnoli Perugia..

ootato. all of them :sood for you

You can change into a robe and

read the evening paper while

dinner cooks. '.
Finish up with cheese and crac

kers and perhaps gome fruit for

dessert and you will have 'had a

well balanced meal.
Skipping breakfast has become
a custom- in many American
homes, and a bad one. -i
You need breakfast for both
health and beauty. Nobody says
that it has to. be cereal or bacon
and eggs every morning. This is

practically the only country In

which this is considered the stand

ard breakfast. v
French and Italian women, for
example,! invariably start the day
with -croissants and cafe au lait
(coffee with milk).

Actually; breakfast can be anv-1

thing that appeals tq you and

provides food you really need.
Maybe you'd prefer a bit of broil broiled,
ed, broiled, canned kipper (five minute
to broil 1 or sardines on. buttered
loast or tuna fish mixed with
mayonnaise and chopped, hard hard-boiled
boiled hard-boiled eggs,f i i x

Sound at ranee?. Well, our

breakfast -ideas seem odd in' oth other
er other countries.

nave Whatever vou like. Jf 'vnn

don't like tin typical American
breakfast. But don't skip the meal
entirely if you want to be heauti.

ful and energetic.

mit our size, and that's downright

silly. To buy a foundation gar

ment of any type in a size too

small is to waste hard earned

money. Thefdesired effect is nev never
er never achievedTP';,... ,; v ',

I Heavy- things" will: be a leal

problem! this spring because some
of the new.' sheath dresses are

pantie.ldlea ,on the. jnarket that
fit almost to the knee. If your
thighs, are too wetlt padded, at, ill'
cost avoid a girdle that stons at

their fullest area. Select one that

fits long on, your' figure,',:
If you are. caref. in choosing
your foundation garments, vy o u
may e surprised to find thajt you
can wear most of the' new fash fashions
ions fashions iVeven Ihe ever: popular knit
dresa .that perhaps you've- never'

attempted because', of problem


To lure the homemaKer into
refurnishing her home this spring,

new furniture trumps its ace of
other years. ven richer styling,
more intricate detailing, more
luxurious fabrics, subtle and not-so-subtle
- changes in scale and
som practical improvements
worth noting are- in evidence.
Reviewing the International

Home Furnishings winter mar

ket in Chicago, where thousands
of buyers come to select the fur

niture that will appear. in stores

this soring. I noted that success

ful trends begun earlier are in

tensified a nd adapted ovefc a

wider price range than before. ;
Take, for example, the general
emphasis on the curved and soft softened
ened softened Jine, enriched with fine de details,
tails, details, f.
To "bring" to the 'foreground such
detail; you'll see', more, contem contemporary
porary contemporary Interpretations, of t r a d i-

tionar designs in iiauan provin provincial,,
cial,, provincial,, French, earl,:, English, Span Spanish
ish Spanish and Venetian st vlinas'.. ;

; Ornate, dust catching carvings
have :been limplified,,, but inlays
nriH .-Wood Darauetrv aDOiitid.

V Styling with a Far E a $ t e tt
background, also,; provides rfoil

far intricate ( inlavsw-These are a

tribute to. the .cabinetmaker's skill
not always; appreciated, po, first
inspection 1 ; V ?
. And vtho clean, -simple, aculp-

tured. line of Scandinavian de designs
signs designs have also been more widely

adopted to i meet the growing de-


raand for! them,.'

The average woman, whether
mature or teen age, needs a
small amount of rouge, lightly ap applied,
plied, applied, in order to look well. Oniy

I movie itara and models can get

by with lipstick and powder. And
even some of the top models make
regular use of rouge.
t The famous beauties whom you
admire got that way by hard
work. Not one of them achieved

that flawless look by overeating, I

stumping ana lacK ot exercise.

Keep this in mind when you

yearn to-lie lovely. You can be

hut it takes bard work, not wish

ful thinking.-! .; i
Blackheads plague nearly every

woman to some, degree. But on

the market now and available at

cosmetics counters are st e r a I

creams that will not only remove

blackheads but help to make the
enlarged pores smaller.

Beauty lies in many things and

one of them is- facial expression.

.ven without true Physical beau

ty you can pass for a lovely wom

an .n your laciai expressions are
attractive.' ..

slightly fitted versions and with y "- t
straight or fiared skirt. ) A hard. brow line is aging to
We show (left) th fitted ver-lany woman. If your brow line is
siofl in light blue. The eased jac-an artificial one, work patiently
ket is starred (right) in suit efito learn how .to sketch in the hairs

For beauty's sake

belongs under your feet rtther

thaij under your head. It's mat

ter of circulation. ;..-.
ll you can sleep without a pil pillow,
low, pillow, fine. If you can't accustom

yourself to the notion, try to rest

at some period during the day
with your head lower than your
feet. It's the same principle a
those reclining boards that nroo

your feet in the air and senl the

blood rushing .to your head.

If I'
j ':

, File for finery features shelve or hintrr.rad null. mil.

L casters. Made of walnut,, vuit can be arranged U fit the
space available. -.


'Vw"fr-- r-: ;

with a skillful hand. And make
the brow line itself fit in with the

facial contours. ,'


- f ;,rr-f f U '! v4 InM -1 A
117 ,-- -t hi 5 I i t j
- p-v n ::: "-J hi-? 1 1 i
: j
, -J j'

1 '-J

The trend to correlated cablneicjS
and,fche,st which c&n be stack's
or grouped in a nriety of Wwyi'iv

nas peen stepped up. It now -uk
eludes coordinated upholstered

In yet another development,
upholstery fabrics are coordinat coordinated
ed coordinated with carpet colors.

Upholstered sofas and chair

cling to the slim, off-the floor

lines but fabrics are, if anythinf, -even
more beautiful.
.Rich, nylon brocades, glove---sof
leathers, tightly woven TB'

auiis jinu quiued designs 'tpw-,

fcsr BaMi Bna agam; LJt
Cplors highly favored include
the blues, numokin tones aniri

purple, cinnamon. nWk anri

white. I

The long, low 'silhouette U ih.

Pflrant. -"As Urtnn tahio

height, they gain width to bal balance
ance balance the sky-high lamps.
Low dining; tables Kstandinrl a a-bout
bout a-bout 24 inches olf the floor) ar
gaining favor, .especially fa' the
living dinintf roam rtmKlnnttA.

Chairs, scaled to match. Mt II

J,0,", Justbout.13 inches off 'th
noor. And I saw some chest tftaT"
stood only w inche hjgh. v
, Serving carts have lost jnchi-V,:
in height and width and could tfc
room than some of .the- bigger- H
previous.. editions. ., ltf (eemed ohl
Low Cocktail UbJea oftenlcol-V
ceai even Jower amalj benches f
under heif square orwf3 2- f
shape tops.
. The problem of storage (cheit
1 'i!: ttent?o SSfe ;

--..., 4ii ueqroom dresser,"!.-)
doors instead of, drawer
compartraented -tor
S;iding .trayr ate also cu&. J '&r
one unique design by H e n V""
Glass is a lpw-priced clothes TiT-1, f.
ing system in which IndividUtfl I
Units, iour feet hih k a :2 V

deep, pull put on casters., They're"" s
fitted with adjustable shelve br

,.".ur n"ngnf garment. V
Hidden detail. ,.t.' -..!-'-k

for a hbmemake,r like mysebT.;i'
noted more use of the proe'ea"
developed by the' Finer Haftwoods:" Haftwoods:"-Assoelation
Assoelation Haftwoods:"-Assoelation thafp t o t e ct tial A'
wood table top from hum '

stains and ordinary buse,; .;.;??

upaer tne veneer top u lamfc

sneet pi aluminum fou ,.

naiea a

....1 1 1 A M ...

uu uie wo is iinisned With a

sou m lone, ana not glossy, -i .-j,

you ve ever had, a eiearei., i


scorch a table too you'll imm-.;.

elate as I did the amazing wiikV

a. uui-mna. ciaarei leaving ma


KepresealaUve of luxurioas. y.t itnrdr. fahrlea trliLrli M .ir .r ..-

! hom 'fiin U the rich, nrlom tn charceal and black en Ihit rhabc PUIww
jar evered ta baad-worem ria of red. twrle aa blue. Dacru ctaemeal dree VrtW
,bite. baad-prlnted U dull geld, bUck and wajV s'w,ea.rati.axtpf

mark on these treated aurfaceslt;

uuicu, aiav, tne use ei metal--glides
on extension jdming tables".
They hold leaves rigid and teady
even when small, round. 1 1 b 1 1
art pulled out to accommodate
eight or mort people. ; -. 7S ?
Another practical detail on :Wi
big breakfront with glass at
metal screened door is the se t
of tiny catche on the inside se-'"
that the glass can be lifted out -'
for easier cleaning. - ,,

warm wood finishes ire soft
and dull finished to play nn hrf!H

grain, .. .

Black lacauer mi ninii

iihes are also considered Impor"
tant. And particular atten-uu !.'

oeen paio to hardware, with pew- i
1ST' wC'pe-v".B 1 1 1 u d brass, ''j
brushed nickel and silver being i
nsed extensively. t





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Read story on page 6

Barking Men, Exploding Fences
Oh What They Do in Oct.

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THE STORY: Strunk, the gambler, is planning

the murder of Jim Final, recently released from pris-

son, because Jim can interfere with his plans.. As he
j stplks with his ranch foreman, Bill Tapp, a pretty
1 5 young woman rides into town.


5HE looked 16 though she was

i closer to 20; Mne, lull Doaiea,
this sort to whet a man's hunger

...with that red-gold hair and those

' kiss-me quick eyes behind
-.Ihe bright sheen of her sand-coldr
"'i Ad lashes.

i Extricating her hand she laugh

ed up at mm, saying, Ana now
- is the boss gambler of Bandolier
-this morning? I hope you aren't
till scheming to put. Father out
-f business.
"Nothing like that, Miz Marcia."
-?He looked at her boldly. "Be a
" sorry day when Gd Strunk tan tan-Igles
Igles tan-Igles with a man that's"
"Go away with your blarney.
- Father's so upset he cant' even
tils nernnnts straight." But

,7 .h. lanohprt 9 shp said. it. red to his safe. Coming back he push'

lips making a joke of the matter, led a sheaf of currency across the
blue eyes bright with mischief, table, impassively, watching t h c

-"You're a very Wicked man," shelgun fighter count and pocket K
waA "nH I must en for a fitting Under a black Texas hat the kill-

' ouick as ever I can get this shop- er had the narrow wedge shaped

a grin. "I did some checking aft after
er after you got in touch with me, and
planting a john that was let out
of Yuma seven years short of the
hitch he went in for is the kind of
job that calls for a bonus. You
can get someone 'else if you'd
Roup was no fool,, nor was
Strunk. "We'll let it ride," Strunk
said, keeping his reservations well
buried. "But there's to be no
doubt whose bullet slaps him. And
if somebody else gets the job done

ahead of you, don t expect more

than the thousand- 1 promised

"Fair enough," Roup said. "I'll

take it now."

STRUNK got : up and went over

(It's a Religious Fiesta)

Story and Pictures -by

f- nine nut of a the wav."

,i- He found her voice, as always,
enormously attractive. When she
ftfwould have reached for the weight
..underneath the seat he got it for
' her, snapping its leather halter
7 shank to the cheekstrap of the
nearest horse. "Don't believe all
you hear," he said gruffly. "Some
people are bound to resent suc-
. cess in others."
j There was pride in the turn of
JVher lips, in the way she carried
herself, in her gestures. The ling lingering
ering lingering look of her eyes turned him
brash and he aid, intently star-

s ing, alter a Drier nesuauon, now

would you. feel was I to come out

some night and can
Something left its dark track a a-cross
cross a-cross the wheel of her glance.
She said, suddenly frightened,
"Oh, no -please don't. Father
would never understand I can't
talk any more."
She whirled, gathering her
skirts, and went hastily up the
steps, but at the door she looked
ba'ck and he would have sworn
her eyes invited him.
He stood a spell after she had
gone, staring thoughtfully. He set
his hat on his head and recrossed
the street and there was some something
thing something almost like a swagger in
- his walk,
fc Tapp's surly glance morosely

- Considered him but Strunk wasn t

face of a rat. He was built like a
keg of powder on stilts and looked
as explosive with his cat's yellow
stare. He was the best Strunk had
been able to catch on short notice
but good enough, the gambler
thought, if half he'd heard was
"When you want the job done?"
"The sooner the b e 1 1 e ry Get
hold of a horse and go out there
to Skillet. He may be
If he's not he'll show up there.
When the job's done, you hike."
Roup, grinning, stood up. "I'll
hike when I've got that bonus."

"If there's more coming to you
you can pick it up at Stegner's.

Don t come into my place again."
"How do I get it?"
"Just'tell the old man youve
come after1 the package he's hold holding
ing holding for Skillet." ...
Tapp, pushing back,' said, "If
you don't drift when you get it
you'll likely be here, permanent."
Roup, laughing, departed.
Tapp said, "I wouldn't trjust
that varmint any further'n I could
throw him."
"He's just extra insurance to
copper the bet should, better plans
"You'll copper no bets with that
-, Before Strunk could speak

even aware of the man's exists someone scratched at the door

ence. Tapp's voice rudely jarred

him back to the present.

"There's your stage." Tapp

nointed. -.'...

The gambler turned to watch it

roll in. "He better he on in

. ; I

i 1 """ i



RANKIN, storekeeping owner
of the Emporium gallused trou trousers
sers trousers and black sleeve guards
thought he never had seen this
vouneest Bentain eirl looking so

remarkably well. Health was a a-bundantlv
bundantlv a-bundantlv aDDarent in her cheeks

and there was suggestion about

the look of her eyes that remind

ed him of Stella during the more

salubrious days of their courting
Stella, of course, being Mrs. R.
"And what can we do for you,
Miz Jlarcia?" he asked her.
She handed him the list of
things h'er father wanted and, on
the chance there might be some something
thing something worth her while in dress
goods, wandered over to the yard yardage
age yardage counter, leaving him to put
up the order. She prodded bolts
and fingered material with a con considering
sidering considering faraway look in her
glance. She even toured indiffer

ently through the stack of

Not the door into the bar that

Roup had just left by but the one

giving onto the dive s back alley

Tapp went over and unbarred It

after catching Strunk's nod.

The man who came in -was a

blanket wrapped Apache. A sin

gle feather pointed roofward from
the crow's-wlng shine of his cloth

bound hair. He d been told never

to come to this door after sun-up

but the gambler, smothering his

irritation, handed the man one of

his fat cigars.
He struck a match and held it

out, afterward lighting a smoke
for himself. "That whisky' was
delayed," he said "it 'will prob probably
ably probably be out there tomorrow."

THE wickiup in which Jim Fin Final
al Final was left to count the hours con contained
tained contained nothing but a buffalo robe

so ingrained with dirt it lay as
flat to the ground as a last year's

leaf. Jim s eyes briefly sharpen

ed when he discovered that one of

the hides stretched over these

poles had come from a cow, and

he stared a long while, at the

brand without moving.

Milling around with the crowd of montuno-clad campesinos and their raontu-na-clad
ladies during the recent Feast of St. Sebastian at Oeu, I looked up to find
a battery of cameras worthy of a second meeting of the Presidents covering ther
scene from a first floor balcony. ' .'
Without stopping to examine- the exterior of the building, ,1 Jumped to the
conclusion that this was the official stand lor photographers, so, armed with- my
Rollie I started up a narrow staircase and found myself in the private living room
of a Spanish family. 1 started backing out with profuse apologies, but these were
waved away, and I was ushered out on the balcony. , ;

Here I found the photographers

I had seen from the street, lhey

turned out to be five members of

the Cristobal Camera Qub, Dick

Parker, Frank Farrell, l)r. iiarry
Westerberg, Walter, Reeves a n d
Bill Bailev. They had been to this

festival for a number of years and
were friends of the owners of the
house. .
Since a candle lighted -procession
was weaving along the street
below, we all concentrated on try trying
ing trying to record the figures carrying
their flickering lights, and ihe
platform carrying a statue of St.
The statue passed ith great
flashing of bulbs and strobe lights
and the procession was swallowed
up by the open church door; while
tells clanged charging the air
with drama. 1 .

tirrX, ...Ml mtlfld

iicic wilt uc a iiaii iivuv hm-pi
said one of mv new friends, as we

watched the tail end of the proces

sion dwindle away There always,


Our party had arrived in Ocu

late that afternoon, and after a

brief hassle about rooms at tne

hotel, we had been accomodated,

only to find that the water supply
had temporarily ceased' The ho hotel;
tel; hotel; which had all kinds of 'exotic
features such as petrified wood
studded in the masonry, a table on
the foyer made of a petrified tree
stump, and live chickens outside
the- kitchen door was about as
comfortable as a cabin at Taboga
so I wondered aloud if these ex experienced
perienced experienced interior travellers were
staying therer( 1
They Were not. They had brought
a truck loaded with food,, water
and camping gear, and they were
camping out; cooking their meals

over- a kerosene stove., lhey even
had a generator with them to pro provide
vide provide power for a tape recorder
with which they captured native
music and background, noises to
later enliven their slide or movie
Directly below the balcony

gambling tables were -. plying -a
fast business. Dollar bills changed I

hands,- and heads were bent with)

an intensity peculiar to gammers i
T-f t : ,. U i XT

irum yeiiersun ranon in jxew ij-
leans to the Sydney. Domain in

Australia, r-
! Neither procession,, nor bell tol tolling
ling tolling had swerved them from their
work, and now during this wait

ing period, a crowd of kibitzers

gathered around themi

Meanwhile there was activity on
the prado opposite. Frames, which'

for fureworks, were, being set up, j,

ana a ience made oi lu-eworKs

HIDING HER FILED TEETH A pretty Indian girl holds a
kerchief up to hide: her filed teeth. The old custom of filing
teeth into triangular shapes has died out in town, but some of.
the people Irom the country continue the custom,

GAMBLING GOES ON Pitchmen -set up gambling tables as
soon as a crowd begins to gather. Whether a procession,
dance or fireworks is holding the attention of most of the
crowd, the gamblers continue trying to court Lady tuck.

JSiafr, WJt liirimimron-Tff uSwf iw mv fl. n f nWi inrninniT il f ftmi! lb r 1- k S- .' ... s ... . f i .-

anfl- Frank Farrell', are Jtwo th -"Atlantic


Camera Club members who return to the Ocu festival each year. An Ingenious group,." thes

shutterbugs mak; themselves Independent .ot hotels and'iestaurants by bringing a kuck f ulj

of food, water and equipment and camping and cooking -outdoors.


velooed Datterns. But the prowl of There was no good in thinking

her thoughts shuttled around Gid-lbut he could not avoid it. The old
eon Strunk and the things she, chief's words and his refusal to
had glimpsed behind his specula- recognize Final looked bad. The
tive stare Taunee Jim remembered h a d
Strunk as a man of the world been a kindly man, a leader of
t-that gay, fashionable world she1 great vision coupled with consid consid-had
had consid-had forsakf n in departing the erable forebearance which had
Misses Botkins' Academy. He! enabled him to pass over rmany
might not be, strictly speaking, a; thing which, in. another, might
gentleman but he certainly had have .led these Apaches to war.
the looks and ginger. There was Much jndeed must have happened
a smoldering impetuosity a b o u t to so radically alter his basic
the man, a kind of dark magne- philosophy that this man, whose
tism that made thoughts of him' everjr utterance had been dedicat-

exci'ing. The bull-voiced Rocka- ed to peace, could now close nis
unimaginative clod. Jmind to some f the most sacred.
She lifted her head to glance a- obligations an Apache ,knew;' I
bout her covertl, blushing a lit- The. things demanded of a,
tie when she found herself t h ej friend had been ignored. Had'
focus of the recent culprits of the 'anything else been needed Jimr
cracker bap-cl. Disengaging her'had it in the Skillet mark on that;
glance she pretended engross-hide, the brand of Bentain Awho,
ment in the picked-over patterns had leased grazing rights from j
Following Rankin out to the buck-these people. Kramer had the.
iiarl u,ith thp narrels he'd out right of it. These Madv'Srpings

up for her she felt a stab of dis-j Apaches were getting ready, for L

appointment tnai tne g a m o i e r war. ,c ,c-was
was ,c-was not still waiting. j
I Several parties of rider' came
i STRUNK, In the shimmer and and left hile the sun climbed
shine of his Hall of Mirrors', was j higher and added, the" burden of
privily closeted with Tapp and heat to Jim's misery. They has
the new man. nt tied him, this being. Chtrieh's
- in mm m unit v of bie men the idea of humor. "White mao no

MvTir;-..r- O'iJx-'VJ-1 !r")

was stretched from one end of the j statue of ST. SEBASTIAN is carried to the 'church. 'Afl arch of Easter lille fcamad.tha

green to tne.oiner. .. ; k.

ligure ana aecoratea tne piauorm on wnicn ii was wonio. -

Finally the congregation poured

out of the church, and the air .was

filled with expectancy.,4

Then, without warning a rocket

went flying into the air spilling out
showers of stars as it fell. The fire

works had started. s- r i

Cartwheels" of fire and light

spun, ending the gyrations witn

explosions and designs worthy ox
the most modern of abstraction

ists'. ;-'":

Each performance was m 0 re

brilliant than the one before.'rf glory to the wonderment of all
When the fence was lighted, and it the audience. I looked down and

blazed with a dazzling panorama of found that even the gamblers had

stars : and explosions, I thought

the slimax had been reached.

.Then heads swuni around to

wards the church., and I' saw for

the- first time a picture of Sti Se

bastian surrounded by ureworics,.

These were, lighted as a finale,

ptslnoa were dancing a the, toldos.
and St, Sebastian shone on a blaze

paused to watch

I said goodbye to my Cristobal
friends and went down tq find my
party in the crowd. ;
TWk it.thip hotel a dsnce had

started and we stayed at the dance
until after midnight, and then wen

We 1 stopped into a cantina and

listened to the Indiana barking like
dogs (which M their ; method of,
expressing their joy when high on
seco) I locked for; my new
found friends wdndering if they

had brought out their tape record

er, to capture this phenomenom,

but they were not to be seen. .1

suppposed they were fast asleep

in their; hammock? ,'or sleeping

down o the .town where the cm- bag?, and I envied them a little. J

gambler had the physique of a
bank clerk not thaV he was pu-
a. .1 fc. 1 J

ny; ne simpiy wasn i me u u

run far without clothes,

Eventually he was fed a jourd

of thick and loud-smelling stew

COOKING OUTDOORS Savory smells greet the visitor to a
fiesta in the Interior. Many of the campesinos set up side sidewalk
walk sidewalk stalls and their families prepare meals al fresco. Here
- a teenage girl tends a pot of stew.

you would find at tow camp which he somehow got down des-

lle was a yellow haired man with i pite his suspicions concerning its
long curling sideburns, tmmacu-j ancestry. He tried in vain td sleep.
lately groomed and flamboyantly The drums began to throb as
-dressed. darkness spread serosa the land.
" "We settled the price, Roup, be j
fore you left Tonopah." I HE must eventually have dozed.

n,. iM fiin Khp-iiffoMl. "The KouEhly prodded awake he wasi

nrice has aone up." he said with yanked to his feet .and pushed Low growls welled out of

wall to wall. The -fire burning at
its tenter fit up the ring of stolid
faces and patterned the hides

with leaping shadow shapes.
'.This is the one," Chuleb said,
rising out of his blanket to des describe
cribe describe Final's capture. "He was
on the fire water-trail!"

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i.45 f-m. U:Jt pjm.


through the door hole where be; nog of gleaming oooies as an an-fell
fell an-fell and was stain hauled erect other .of these head mea enum enum-by
by enum-by waiting hands. 1 lerated the evils of the white
There was no talk. He was man's whisky and the folly of

hustled through the village a a dithose who. would do anything to
taken to Taunee's wickiup. It wn obtain it. Another Indian, asked
easily the largest of all these; if whisky had beea found with
dwellings, at least 18 feet from'FinaL When Can lea reluctantly

admitted the truth this sub-chief
wanted to know what Final had
been doing there. I
"Let the White Eyes tell this."
It had been long since Final

had conversed- in their language
and his tongue stumbled rustily
as be tried to cover himself with
the mantle of his father's mem

ory. They naa not searcned, he

said, for the yeuow.iron. Many;
times whea food was scarce they,

had driven came to Mia Springs.
(Te Be Centinved)

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CHILDREN LEAD FROCESSION Children of Ocu lead the procession to the church. Many canied lighted candles,
making a glowworm track along the dark aids streets on their way to the heart of the town.

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This Gets on Your, Nerves
5b That You Cant Stand It
World's Oldest Brain Game
Is Still a
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Challenging. Wits 1 ester


t i s tr a l l y
. If you ar a




J70R a' challenging, pastime,
, r mount the large fliagr&m
above on cardboapJ or stiff paper,
and trim out the various seg segments
ments segments carefully. Nowise them
to foim the figures at right and
, below.
This type of puszle," called ji
tangram, Is perhaps the oldest
piecework puzzle In the world.
It remains one of the most popu popular
lar popular In its derivative form the
' It ts related that, the segments

i above may be formed into rep

resentatlons of almost every
known object or body. An exam example
ple example is the dancing man figure at
right. Originally, It was required
that all 14 segments constitute
the figure created. The dancing
man is illustrative of this, y
, However, in the case of the
other figures shown and .those
which the puzzllst may wish to
create himself, it is permissible
' to" use only those segments neces

sary to form silhouettes.

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Big Surprise Dotograph

great shakes at
anything you win.
Not in this game.
, If you are the
least bit shaky
hen, you not only
lose but are elim eliminated.
inated. eliminated. Play requires
an empty catsup
or sroda bottle
and a box of
wooden tooth toothpicks
picks toothpicks (flat ones),

To begin, each K.

player places a
toothpick across
the mouth of the
bottle until a
complete iaver is

formed, i Then second layer is
begun; then a third, etc. As the
pile gets higher and higher, It
becomes increasingly difficult to
add, a toothpick. "The object, of
course,, is to pile as many on as
is possible without causing the
stack to topple.
The DlaVer who causes the pile


fall is eliminated trom tne


game and another round is begun.

Test Your Skill at Gross-Digits One for $aw-Hmds

GRETCHEN seems surprised by something she
lias discovered. But whatever.1t is, Is obviously
missing from the picture. To restore the missing
portion of 'the scene, begin at dot 1 and draw a
continuous line from dot -to dot consecutively. Where
two numbers appear beside one dot. use dot twice.

Helping Yourself










Can You Read This?
CRYPTO-QUOTES are sen sen-tences
tences sen-tences in which, the original
, lines have been encoded letter by
letter, another letter substituting
for each therein. Solution, of
course, requires restoration of the
original words.-
This quote by the famed French
militarist. Marshal Foch, is ap appropriate
propriate appropriate .today in a world in.
. which human indignation again
; has risen to repel the forces seek seek-'
' seek-' lng to repress man's liberties and
self-respect. ,' . t
, 1 '
.' Clue: What is probably "the
most-used three-letter word in
the '. English language appears
C here twice.- Can you take it from
therit s . x(f
, r ; moe q i iqjm m no
What's the Dip. ; t
' i. What la the difference be-
' tween- six dosen dozen and a
half-a-dozen dozen?
' ..'t. What is the difference be between
tween between twenty four-quart bottles
and four-and-twenty quart bot-
- Ues?' . '
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y i oj-XjeuU pin psjpuny uam
' JO 5ajjJp .Jqi I wMfy

TflQURINQ is put to cross-pur-

pose in tAts test. Solve
' similarly to a crossword puzzle.
'' Fill the blanks with numeral in
answer to, the definitions below. ?
'Insert only one number per
i squane.
1 Phlieas Fogg went around
the world in how many days? -t
. 3. A bachelor is a man who
, thinks that is a crowd!
4. A spare' ii bowling counts
at least how much? t
, 6. Voting age in Georgia.
6. Find the number: A man
, and his wife won a box of candy.
, She consumed it alone. '
8. Book by George Orwell.
10. Year of Herbert Hoover's
inaugural: 19 1
11. Find a numoer which when
divided by 4 more than Itself has
a quotient of 34.
- 13. If "i" .was out of "nine'
and "o" was in it..
14. Toes on' an elephant.
j- l. (,
, 1. What number follows Haiti?
2. How an owl's eyes looks at
night. r.
t 3. Crossword style; duole, oc oc-tadunca!
tadunca! oc-tadunca! ; ,
6. Number of letters in the
name of the largest city in Min
nesota. (
8. Length of the average hu hu-t.
t. hu-t. man digestive tract is approxi approximately
mately approximately 08, 13, 18, 23, or 28 feet?'
j. 7. Adam's favorite popular
' song: There's only girl in the
world me. -; '
8. When I wot and
heard a wise man say, ?
"Give crowns and pounds
- and guineas
' But not your heart away."
. 9. After the age of nona nonagenarians
genarians nonagenarians become centenarians.
' 11. Score one touchdown, one
field goal, one safety. V
1Z Add a couple to 26. v
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TM 88S-t "00-1 "I8-I uoa '8T-X
-St tl-tl '6Z-01 8Bt- '118- I-S
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Blank Cbeck-Up, on a Woman's Years
"I'VE KEPT my age a secrej since 1 was 21, and if
I can keep a secret for 14 years I can keep it
forever," boasted the year-old woman.
' How -quickly can you fill the blank' with this
person's present age ? '


IF a carpenter receives 25c for
sawing a board Into two
lengths, how much should he re receive
ceive receive for sawing the board into
four lengths?

SMtmoa q pino una
pinoq' 80 I'uuo?

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BRiEir REPORTS on select new
books of interest to home
craftsmen, hobbyists and cottec
tors: Selected by Clark Kinnaird.
The Book of Songbirds (Gros (Gros-set
set (Gros-set A Dunlap Big Treasure
Books). Identtfying drawings
(many in full-color and text for
those 10 and up on our most mu musical
sical musical outdoor neighbors. A 79
rpm recording of authentic songs
ahd calls of birds accompanies
the .book.';
Music Dictionary, by Marily K.
Davis St Arnold Broldo (Double (Double-day:
day: (Double-day: S3.50). A unique, arresting arresting-ly
ly arresting-ly interesting explanation In
terse text and lively drawings of
some 800 words, phrases and th-.
struments. The illustrations, by
Winifred Greene, are simply won- ?
derful. No adult who can carry
a tune should miss seeing them.
Poppets & Plays, by Marjorle
Batchelder and Virginia L. Comer
(Harper, 241 pages: $4). Direc Direction
tion Direction for both novices and experi experienced
enced experienced hobbyists in' the creation
and presentation of puppets.

Production Is in Order Here
PRESENTED below are' a number of occupations
which have become obsolete or are now known
by other names. You. are asked to identify them
by their connection with certain products. Three
'products are' given in each Instance, only one of
which is correct
1. Farricrv-(a) horseshoes, (b) pelts, (c) keys.
2. Chandler (a) candles, (b) eggs, (c) cuffs,
3. Waimvrlght a) moulding, (b) wagons, (c)
planes.".' '''.;.
4. Cooper (a) boats, (b) barrels, (c) guns.
- 6V Cordwalner (a) bread, (b) leather, (c) rope,
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GONFUCIUS Is supposed to have said, in Chinese,
of course,' that a picture says more than a
thousand words can. But these six rebuses are sup supposed
posed supposed to say only one word each, and each word is
a part of the human body. Caa you read therq?
That reminds us of a catch question you can use
on your friends: Multiply the number of fingers and
toes by the number of your limbs and what'the
.total? 80, because limbs means both arms and legs.

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A FAMOUS man whose birth we com-,
memorate shertly may be pictured in
the .diagram above. -To quote some of his
immortal words might reveal his identity,
but here are some lines about him which
may keep you guessing for a time at least
Sharpen your pencil before you begin.
'Then start at intersection 7-B and daw to
5-B, 1-G, 1-M. 6-S. y
Now begin at 7-C. 6-D. 4-F, &-Q. 4-K,
2-t 1-1. 1-J. 8-P, 4-P, 4-0, 8-N.
. Now start at 2-K. 2-J.' S-J, S-L, 4-K,
4-L, T-O, 8-0, 7-Q, U-O, '7-U, 8-U, 10-T,
13- T, 14-U, 14-Q, 13-0. Start again at
7-B, 9-A, 12-A, 15-C, 18-J, 17-N. v
Start again at 7-C, 11-E, 12-G, 14-F,
14- D, 18-G, 18-J, 1M, 13-J.12-J, 12-K,

13- K, 14-J, 15-J, 16-K, 17-K, 1B-3. Start
at 10-K, 11-J, 8-1, 7-L- ft-K, 6-L. 7-K, 8-J,
0-K, 11-K, ll-O, 10-O, 10-P, 18-P, 13-0,
12- U Start at T-K, 6-L, 10-L. t-K, 8-K,
Draw a tine from 8-K to 8-L. Draw a
line from -K to 9-L. Start at 15-J, 18-L,
15-K, 14-K, 13-L. 16-L. Draw line from
14- K to 14-L. Draw a line from 15-K to
15- L. Draw a line from 10-O to 7rR.
NOW sUrt at 14-R, 8-R, B-8, 13-S, 14-R,
,13-Q, 12-R, 11-Q, 9-R. Start at 16-K, 17-N,
15-P. Start at 4-R, S-U, 1-W. Start again
at 4-R, 6-Z, 9-Y, 6-T, 4-R, 8-T, 8-W, 14-W,
15-U, 15-R, 16-a Now start at 8-X, 12-X,
13- W, 10-Z, 9-X. Now start at 10-Z, 13-T.
14- 2 14-W, 18-Y.

(right) is to
draw five straight
lines across the
. face of the dia diagram
gram diagram so that
each of the dots
will be contained
in a separate sec section.
tion. section. Lines are to
extend from one
border to an-'
. Before you get
started on this
poser, ; It's sug suggested
gested suggested that you
get some pieces
of carbon paper
and trace several
copies of the dia diagram.
gram. diagram. It is not
necessary to copy

the numbers, which are put there
for answer purposes only, but be
sure to include all large dots in
exact positions. You may find it
necessary to mark up several
copies before finding the solution.
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Its One Big Happy Family Now
A MAN and his wife had four married daughters,
and each of these had four children. No one in
the three generations had died. How many persons
were in attendance when they all met at a reunion?
' -MKitrSnap jmoj .in
fo ptraqnq eql Suijmnoa noaiwl !i-Aiuj,


.ff)mz (gnosswoitp With Wisdom JromtheMiile

for her .sheep has given way
.to a smile of Joy as she antici anticipates
pates anticipates donning her new costume.
You caa help to further brighten
her day by applying colors, cut cut-tfrg
tfrg cut-tfrg out doll, dress, etc so that
they w.3 be ready to. wear. Slit
bonnet akmg dotted Una. Fasten
areas with tabs. .


This Takes' Time j

T THE time is exactly five min

utes past twelve, what will be

the time when the same distance
again separates the hour hand
from the minute hand? Answer
without consulting your watch.
MO Mm! !B

' 'By Eugene Shelter
1 What did Judas hive? (John
i 13:29)
; 4 Son of Nachor (Luke 8:34)''.
9 Tapestry. ...,
.14 Commotion. V
13 The flesh of this htrd was for forbidden
bidden forbidden as food Deut 14:18)
18 What came up out of the sea?
(Rev. 13:1) '. -,
17 Trusting. '
19 Son of Cush (Gen, 10:7)
21 Personal pronoun,
22 Hostels.
23 Tissue-like membrane.
24 Corded fabric. I
JV Pnre in a contest ". ..
27 Injury. t.
28 June-bugs. '"'
29 River-iclanda' -,
SO Vntt of acoustics.
31 In what were James and John
when Jesus called them?
(Mark 1:1B)
33 College cheer.
34 At what did Lazarus sit with
Jesus? (John 12:2)
3(t Sluggish.
39 Possession of the children of
Lot (Deut 2:9) ,
40 Fashion.
41 Masculine. -. .
43 Symbol for erbium.
44 Sinai's handmaiden (Gen. 16:1)
46 Resist authority.
48 Note in Guido s scale.
4 Worthless- scraps.
l Foot-like orgao, 1
f i Among. '
53 Season. '.
6 Poverty-etrkkea j
37 Piece.
5 Despicable fellow.
69 Flounders.
. CO Reclined. w
1 Correlative of elth.r.
2 Leande loved her.

63-Golf clubs. V
. 66 What Paul was.
68 Armistice.
70 Island of the Cyclsdea
71 Growing out
. 73 Takes on for services ot
74 Gam. of marbles.
1 One of many fasteners used In 1
the boards of the Temple (Ex.
2-Cltru drink.
3 David killed him with a sling slingshot
shot slingshot (1 Sam. 17:23)
4 One between freeman and
8 Female chickens.
8 Dexterity.
7 International language.
8 Goose.
9 Father (Mark 14:38)
10 The turmeric. .
11 Egyptian sun god.
12 Son of Leah (Gen. 30:13)
13 Stairs. r
. is Writing fluids.
--30 Shade trees. .
23 Adjective describing the Ana Ana-kirns
kirns Ana-kirns (Deut 2:10)
24 Lasso.
25 Name riven by God to Sara!
(Gen. 17:15)
28 Princely headdress.
27 He was a Kenite (Judg. 4:11)
28 Eat dinner.
30 Harmful.
33 Natural elevation.
34 Legal wrong. i
35 Glowing coat '.
, 37 Memento,
38 Barter. p ?
40 Market '.'
42 Roman coins.
45 One of the rifts of th. wise
- men to the i&Xant Jesus (Mat.
' 2 11)
47 Series of heroie events. ",

48 Noted.

50 Box.
82 Dismounted.

53 Twenty.

59 Sand hilt
00 The Dike.

62 Headwear.

84 He bad a rod that changed 63 Biblical name for casting lot

into a serpent (.x. v:iui ijuin. 1
55 One of the places where the 84 Narrow inlet
children of Israel camped 65 Plant seed.
Num. 21:10) - 7 Mother.
87 Gluts. '' r 69 New England state (abbr.)

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VVHXTE has the lead play here,
v He also has the advantage
of a king. He takes the game
with a spectacular coup de grace
on the fourth move. Can you
play out the game? ;
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SHE'LL TELL THE WORLD Maharaj Kumari Indiri of
Kapurthala, known in Britain as Princess Indira, re-
ports weekly from London on debates in Parliament.
She is one of, the few. such women reporters in Brj-
tain. Jn World War IT,, she ambulance driver.


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'' ( :' Of I RATIOrl $ALTSHAKEI Comdr. Neel Barnaby sets up these special radar; i

;:-',- targets on 4he shores of the Great Salt lake, near Clearfield, Ut,, naval supply ,;
depot, lor precision bombing practice runs by aviators from the Pacific fleet.

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FROM.' IHI.MIV1IRA Modeli display the latest ih
summer fashions from Paris show. At left is striped :
red and white beach ensemble while the other one is

a paisley print worn 'over a self-fabric'swimsuit. :


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l:- i VINEIUELAI UTTLI SUEZ' Tankers hoist aboard an underwater oil line in
Lake Maracaibo after the inauguration of 22-mile channel nicknamed "Little
. Suet" Now even the largest oil tankers reach the two million barrels of oil in ;
tC.v vuaderwatar wells of the iaka. Before, oil bad t be transferred to smaller shps..

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A FATSY FOR HER Lovely Patsy Fillyaw shows that t
cattle like citrus pulp while feeding this lucky calf
In Orlando, Fla.- Patsy is "Miss Citrus Fulp-itude.". :
Kin Testuret Syndicate

, A FTER WHIZZING BY its fortieth anniversary milestone, Boeing Airplane com- ., t'
' Jt-, pany officials foresee by 1975 a 200-passenger jet "transport wjth. a maxi-t '' .' 1 e
, mum speed of 1,500 miles an hour at 50,000 feet. This plane will serve on inter r
t; continental and other long non-stop routes, It will fly from New York to Paris in
i two hours and 25 minutes. The firm's 707 jet tanker-transport, in both its commer- l
cial and military versions, highlighted if s highly-successful anniversary year.


1 Fuselage sections move on assembly line for B-52 Strafofortrestes in SeeMle, Wash.


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is enough to alerta Balboa d 2tective. But whn the case
goes to court a positive finding such as Robert A. Engelke
is making'at a microscope is necessary. Reefer addicts of often
ten often carry "a stick" -r-ganiahr canyac, kenkc or a spliff
in the same package with cig frettes made of tobacco.

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WHAT TO WATCH FOR- Detective Themaa A. Fro nlay diiea currancy with Diablo Height tommii tommii-aary
aary tommii-aary cashier Gladys Duncan, felice carry an Hia tarn educational tame in the Canal Zone an cannier cannier-fait
fait cannier-fait currancy a the Sacrat Sanrica daat in tha States,


TRACKIN6 DOWN CRIMINALS la a navar-anding im. but Mmatimaa cinflla track turn tha trick. Hara
datactiva Capt. Caddia Wall (hftl naur alattar at a aria into faatarinH mada in aaft aartfc dunnf racant
training aaaiian far datactivaa. Alhart I. Harntanny Haa haw it'a dana. Thla inathad af idantificatian aalvad
a raaant burtlary. .-

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ENGELKI, nbare n" th'aWkraaiii,

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taft, and hii auittant, Sgt. Harvay
tha photo-lab. IdaatificatkM photo
florie will saan b mada an color
lifa-sixa da a Ktaca fat racofnition
Official CZ Police Pix
Detectives of th. Balboa police
1iiti-ot. fnnnri rffhnrta f three
hnroUrip b wait in a them when
they reported to tha itation on the
morning of Jan. 3.
By noon complaints oi mens
tha night before ia the Ridge
Road section of Balboa Heights
had risen to seven.
A tow nther fresh crimes were
aicn nn thn hlotter and there were
severat unsolved offenses left o-
ver from the old year.
Though detectives work in the
olnoovt liaiann with tha uniformed
police of the C a n a 1 Zone,
also those of the armed services
nrf those in Panama, they have
their special field.' :. ' J-t
To than are -assigned the
crime where hih'v atevalopeol
invattitativo and intorrovativ
skills and ethar technical train train-lrg
lrg train-lrg are needed.
Thasa inplillla th xn tlllltfl
"Class I Offenses" such as homi-
kM rnhhrv ran. aseravatcd
assault, burglary, grana ana peiH
larceny ana auw iam. -
Other crimes cnanneiea to me
aaff rnidnr dpWtivn Cantaln Gad-
dis Wall include forgeries, ; check
frvniia narrotios violations. coun
terfeiting, espionage, sabotage
ana postal law violations.;,
I 1
'' Hims'lf ejualiriad. both as a
fingerprint : expert and a hend hend-writing
writing hend-writing expert. Wall and his
men solve many crime through
tflis scientific : knew'adge, er -through
Idontifieatioa of ty po po-wtitten
wtitten po-wtitten material or of firearms.
; Photography is a major tool.
Detectives are already trained
in Mark.anri.white and are now
being trained in color.
n nanina In fprti'tn crime cS-
- nii ireiavii. m -
AAriu will ennn ha Dhotoeraoh-
ed in color so that victims can
dentify them more readily when
their likenesses are ahown ; hi
sixe on screens. t.r -j
- The force is entfttisiasnc aooui
tVu uea nf rnlor traBSDafencies
since "it has "been proven by lead
ing police departments ra n
ct.taa that IHentif iration through
these exceeds the .spoUing by
black-and-whie pictures by three
to one. ,. -.-, r' - .
Modus operandi (the method of
nnaratimt, nf different criminals'
fi, so characterisoc :i
'is so characteristic that it is often
of ereat help in spoiling an oiu vi-
comoinawoo w

"A" Dataetiva Capt. Caddis Wall, j
6. Rhyna, wark at tha anlariar im ;.
of paacd in certain criminal cat- t
tranparanci that can ba praiacrca?

many technique! ia .needed t
break a casa.
Aftpr Ridffn Road tbefta
earjy this .5l,Ji!li2-'
141 fl uuuvft ml t av Liium m
ing ove. They found what they ;
needed. t
On an enened cabinet, ia the
carport of the one of the prem-
ies were twe identical -latent J.; ;
.fingerprints. .They were Imne ;
eiiafely Identified as the right
thumbprints of a well known
thief. ' ?- U
Tnk-en Into custody': the nrowU
er was charged only with loiter- -
ing, since the quarters occupana ;
was on leave in the States. Hencf S
police had no evidence to sup-1
port a theft cha' ; '.
in Balboa Magistrate's VQ q r;,. -the
culprit deifv. ...'.j' oeen iit
the area. But after Wall and de-
toptiva Rift. Harvnv CI Kfivhe an-
man's known prints, but that ex ex-pert,
pert, ex-pert, testified not only that the : ''
prints -were identical witn ia 1
man's known prtns. but that ex-: .;
nnmod aa thav wpra tn tha alp-
ments they could not have been ":.
more man a ween eia, me sniex
was convicted. .
Judge John E. Demintf remark-
'Wall. vmi n vnu war tint
there,' but- you were there,, and,
i una you guilty.. Me semencea
the defendant to 20 days-in jaiV -y.
fius a ime of $25, the fin being : ;
suspenaea. j i
During the fiscal year ended
last Juno, B a I b e a detectives
solved 22 crimes with fmgar
nrinr. Of those. H intra solved
wader circumstances where the
identifying af the crime scene
print with the culprit's known
prints were the initial deve'op-
manrs in Dreaating trie case.-
. Tliirififf thia aama vaar 1 439
Class I Offenses were reported in
the entire Canal Zone. Of these
65 resulted in arrests, while 68
were declared unfounded after in-
vestigation.:.: vv v
' Prnnartv f alnlan In thpea pacra
reached a. total, of $42,1743. o
wnira 1.1 ami as was rwnvami
mi figures out at.3l.V7 per ;
cent, e- sttrtti of which the on on-tlre
tlre on-tlre Canat Zone police force 'M
understandably proud.- It ia
more then twice a taooat am cite
J2.f percent' recovery ratio e -all
sten property (exclusive of
automobile) hrtho United States v
S''mai' min r tlia law Af.thA 4
United States aoolv in the Canal
Zone: as i well as the specific
u trr aJZV
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KNOWN PRINT When Jasper Gladstone McCatty was caught trying
to commit burglary in Panama with an electric cutting torch he was
fingerprinted immediately. Hii known-print had 12 separate points of
Identity with the print (ace back cover) left on e burglariicd safe at
Madden Oam. Police listed identical points at ( ) Ending Ridge, 12)
and (3 U Pit ureationi, ; 4 ) Ending ridge, 5 ) Island, ( 6 1 t 7 ) 8 )
and 9) Bifurcations, -MO) Island, 111) Bifurcation and M2 End
ing ridge. -pi 's4M ; :

GETTING READY TO TESTI Ft Detective Albert I. Hermanny inspects a developed negative of a finger-

print iKniviT ni ni"siiy iyy w r



. FBI agents, secret service anu
''narcotics agents on" the continent.

.Because oi tne pecuuar
lems here, "they also perform a
myriad of statistical, investiga investiga-and
and investiga-and assorited functions not

,'tn nolicfi aeenctes else-

, where." '.".
. ...l:L. ftUjk Imia.llfl a

- tort love to talk wat that of the
Madden Dam safe broached jy
"' n electrical cutting torch on
Way U, 1948. Vv r f
The only clue was a fingerprint
left in the bluish smoke depos
ma3e by the torch itself.

fouce xepi tne case srecu, wu wu-their
their wu-their time. When a man was
. caught in W55 after trying to bur-,
glarize the Sears, Roebuck "store
in Panama with a cutting torch,
the modus operandi clicked in one
or more detectives' minds, t-
Sure enough, the print of Jasper
Gladstone McCatty, 42, Panaman Panamanian,
ian, Panamanian, matched that on the violated
safeT Convicted a year ago in U.S.
-District Court of the burglary,
McCatty is serving 18 months in
Gamboa penitentiary.
. Identification by footprints is
not new, but only recently a bur bur-eiar
eiar bur-eiar was identified when detec

tives' made at moulage (plaster
cast) of a footprint found in soft
AoHh mifchflA winHnw thrnnffh

vhich stolen property had been

This culprit, upon being shown
thm m(iulifi with its manv indi-

with those" on the heel of one of
his shoes,, readily admitted his

part in the crime. All of the stolen
property was recovered.
. A -nour nlActif mniitairir kit. in m

recently acquired police tool. The
nlactio mntprial fan hp remverfU

and used over and over. There is

also a Hardener, similar to cair

- net spray, that will prepare

' tracks, .tire marks or other im imprints
prints imprints found in sand, pr dusty sur-
'. famine ' - .( -v'

' After the spray' fixes Che print,

tne molten plastic material can
. be toured soot Positive

LS2IL1 B1E LllVll Ilia IR Hit I BI'IIILII-

- r material which it melted and
poured into the first -cast.
' Sometimes a crime a eut eut-.ragt
.ragt eut-.ragt public sensibilites that the
- .entire detective force goes ': all
out, around-the-clock.
" S This happened when tari-driv-r
Carmela Manieri vm fmind

I V 1 I

.lagermKi ueaien ana nan t cun-
acious on Glllard Highway, last
July. '. '. i. v .'
-He could say little more than
that four young white men had
hired aim on J. Street, made Lim

liA, in a Innelv-road .behind the

oid town of Eed Tank.

There he -was robbed of nis

money, his watch and his can.
TpauTred .. hosoitalizatitr

for severe injuries to nis iace aim


Fast, wholesale' checking suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded in wrapping this case up
in 24 hours. In U.S.; District
Court, all four cu'prits pleaded
guilty of robb'ry, a crime des described
cribed described on the Canal Zona as us using
ing using force, violence or threats
thereof to deprive, a person of
hi property.
Ti : Arrtericdn soldiers. Hugh

David axe, ln "!io Thor-

,vald Console, 20,, went to uamD.
pen for iuutv-,.1 ..Another
cnlHior Ralnh her. n "handers 23.

got three years. Their Panaman

ian companion, iNicicy Annan mo-

viKov, 19, was sentenced to six
months. -
fn nthpr crimps, a clue -that

looks hopeful will lead nowhere.
And in a few cases the culprit

goes uncaugni. .

. But serious unsolved crime
fs never closed. Long after the
public has forgotten H, det'c- :
lives keep it fresh until the sta-

tute of limitaions oxpir's, and
even heiafterv :. -. ..
flr.p Bnrh unrrarkpd pass fa a

iO-vear-old-murder: And for rnur-'s

der there is no time limit for

prosecution. 1

Early on the morning of New
Year's Dav 1947. a butterfly hunt- i I

er came upon a seriously wound-
ed man left lying beside an isolat-J I
ed side road oft Highway,

Bushed to uorgas Hospital
three bullet w. w Aa5- back,
taxi-driver Sanlana A r a u z, 28,
Panamania nrac npuprt.hptpca ahlii

h tpll hnu hp n hnt Rut he t

died several days later,- v : 7

Aoout T p.m. on tne last aay ot r
VU A ..... ...t.1 V. winrmA k

vuo jvaif mm aaiu, tic nuwu
up -a jnan, about 25 and-white, in I
front of the Miami Bar in Pana-

ma. The passenger was driven to. i
a brothel in Rio Abajo and then
back to town after which he want- k
ed to go to El Ranchito on Mad- j
Hi-n Tlicrhnrav. On t.hp.wav. thpv

picked up' two soldiers also bound
for El Ranchito. : i i- J

. The first passenger started back,
in. the taxi alone-Suddenlv. at

pistol-point, .he forced Araui to
Hrivp nff nn a side road to a dead-'

end, .and get out of the car, ask-j

ing: ."'How mucn money nave you

got?" '. 1 i

Araut told mm pieaamg t
"Take it, take the car, take any-1

" ; i'rT.-jrr-"j.-l.. l.mumammwm$--:M' 1

If . ,'" ".

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tectiva Sergeant Charles H. PeaVley is brushing specie I powder on a atolen car in the hopes of learning who



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try recent y recovered ia a Panama pawawMp aoainar ri"" ia .-.-ine
tfieo. DJctives Juan' A. CaieHa. Uft. and Carles Garcia are speculate .He. aetifned ta wvenng
etekta) property ia additiea to general detective work,.,.-

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By Morris Bishop ; '
'Apollo through the heavens rode v' : ; ;
In gllEtuig fold attire; - -His
car vat bright with chrysolite,
His nors-s snorted fire.
He held them to their frantic course
' Across the blazing sky. : .
His dariir.g son was Phalthon, -' -,
Who begged to. have1 a try.
- !,The dirargers are" ambrosia-fed, 'V -They
barely brook control; ; -I
On high beware the, Crab, the Bear,
The Serpent round the Pole;
' Against the Archer and the Bull '
Thy form Is all unsteeledf"
But Phaetnon could lay it on;
Apollo had to yield.
Out of tl.e purple doors of dawn
Phaetlion drove the horses; '
They felt his band could not command
" They lett their wonted courses. ..
And from the chariot Phaethon :
Plunged hk a falling star
And so. ir.y boy. no, no, my boy, y.
You :amiot take the car.

' A At.

DEATH ON THE UP AND UP Dramatic presentation of the rising tide of hoUday traffic
- deaths is given by these charts displayed in Chicago by Paul Jones, of the National Safety Coun- j
cil and Secretary Dolores Olander. Her chart shows toll for 1955 and 1956 Christmas weekends. I
Jones' graph shows highway, deaths from the previous New YJar weekend. i ;

The Washington Merry -Go-Round I



WASHINGTON. .Vice President to loan me your dorikey. he said.

I ratvnn ronArrort kt MAanr I 'omnar hi or roil ma r

' :'. MEXICO

By, Lysander Kemp

Among the sumptuous trees
The Bra.iman cattle stand
Grandiy Uke Idols of sloud-gray
Stone in a temple of shadows. ; ;
DlvinitT nides In their clouded
Eyes, renumbering garlands, -But
Na:ho prods their rumps,
They plQ to the cane wagon,
, Take the great bow between v
Their sacred humps and horns,-
And plod away. The godhead t
Cries from t heir-eyes: "We are old,
W re gry we obey this boy ; :
In a wrong country.' Nacho -
Hears nothing, striding beside them,
Whistling. The gods who may v ;i
Command the gods are young; 0

raems courtesy of The New Yorker

pumiiMiMHUHiHiiiiMiiiiiiM "i n 'i n i nriTnn-Tr""T- r T--r-T---
. t' '

the r J

meetink tnat over 3,000 Soviet sol

diers wio refused to fire on Hun

ganan civilians nave bed to Aus

tri He suggested that it would be

a ten-strue for the USA if they

were admitted into this country.

Tbe psychological effect on the Red

Army, be pointed out. would be ter

rific, ana mere desertions might
take place from the Red Army and

saTeuite armed lorces.

Secretary of State Dulles, hew-

ever, was skeptical.. He warned

that this might cause mere tria triable
ble triable t ur relations with Ratiia;
and ne alt seemed worried as

to what American, reaction

weald be te opening eur doors to
ex-Soviet soldiers even 3,000 of


American diplomats abroad en-

erally concur with Mr. Nixon's
view. They point out that if some
system could be arranged whereby

Soviet Army deserters could be

given a srnau plot of land in South

Arnenca wite tools and seed, not

only would Mtin America benefit,

out tne iron curtain would become
almost, liki e. sieve. Mr. Nixon

when a Senator once, introduced

legislation to explore this nossibi-

'Which do you believe replied

tne farmer, 'my ; words, or the

words of my-1 onkey?' '
- Asan example of Japanese hu

mor, Ambassador Tong cites- this


: "A thief climbed np a persimmon

tree to steal persimmons. The ear-

aener aeard tne noise and came

out to see what was happening.

'Why did you climb that tree?

at asked the thief as lie climbed

OOWn. i n y

man Emanuel Cellar (D., N.Y.)
has lined p,20 Congressmen be behind
hind behind a -" new Immigration bill.
Jtt chief feature would be boli-
Hon of the quota system, which
'favors English, Irish, Germans, -Scandinavians;
and. discrimina
tes against Italians Creeks, Yu
goslsvs, and immigrants from
southeast' Europe.
Here are the reasons why Celler
believes, the time is ripe for action:


I cramai'zea : now immigration po
they can be turned into a potent

VI have been lookimr for eras for; weapon agaicst communism. The

DEADLY TRIANCLE In this first official photo of

V.S. Air Force's new B-5S "Hustler," the huge delta-winged
b6mber climbs sharply after take-off at Convair's Fort Worth,
Tex, plant. Designed to operate at higher than 50,000 feet,
the Hustler Is powered by four O.E. J-79 turbdjet engines
with afterburners. The plane Is 93 feet long, baa a SS-foot

wiagspan and carries a crew of three.

i ;.' S! v'! r--x

Most engaging diplomat sent It

nashinkton a some time is -Am-

assador Holungton 'Tong, Nation Nationalist
alist Nationalist Chinese envoy to the' USA.

Educated at Park College.

Mo., and the University of Mis Missouri,.
souri,. Missouri,. Ambassador Tonn knows

the USA better then many Amer

icans, has a sense of humor that

can win any American, he has
even written a beok en Japanese

humor. .. v ..

'My JioDbles." says the Ambassa

dor "are collecting friends, old

cuppings, and jokes.;

i nave so manv old clinmnDs

that my jwus tnreatens to tarow

mem and me out ot tne bouse. My

u-ienas win never do tnrowu out

ot ine house. My jotes wea, you

wiu nave io pas on tnem- tor

yoursen." ;

Japanese and Cninese humor

.-uuuMSsaaor luag.aumiw, is a liv

uc diuerest from American. Here

aie a couple of atones culled from

nis rich collection, Illustrating the

numor or ootn japan ana China

"A Chinese farmer borrowed tne
donkey of his neighbor. He bor borrowed
rowed borrowed it so often tnat the neighbor
finally put the donkey in his kit kitchen
chen kitchen aid told the farmer that the'
debkey was busy working at an-l

other farm.
"As the neighbor started' t o
'cave, the donkey brayed from the

kitchen and the neighbor, hearing

the bray chargea the farmer with
telling him a he. 'If you dont want

my cow.

Did you find any grass on ton

oi tne ireer

'No! replied the thief. 'That's

why lyclimoed wown.'


Friends of Chairman Len "Hall

say. that originally it was all: set

trw Kim' ri honnmo Pftatmaetup 3a.

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ntral. Ike gave the green hght. But'

when Postmaster ueneral


U S. almost lost its chance to make
propaganda- hay, because the re
gular Hungarian qubta is infinite infinitesimal.
simal. infinitesimal. Even under the special Re Refugee
fugee Refugee Relief Act of 1953 only 6,000
visas were available for Hunga Hungarian
rian Hungarian freedom fighters.; As a result,
Eisenhower had to suspend the
laws in order to admit a respect respectable
able respectable number of Hungarians refu refugees,
gees, refugees, .s, : -

Arthur Z -BltriAR.UUWW OF Tnli VUU

recovered front his! TA SYSTEM A. lot of east Euro

peans have been -admitted as dis'
placed persons anyway. Also.' im

migration from quota-free Latin-A-
merica has gotten out of control.
Last year immigration from Mexi Mexico
co Mexico alone totaled 60,000. Under the
Celler bill,- unlimited immigration
from Latin America would end. -Mexican
immigrants would be ;ut
bick to 37,5000, since Celler pro

poses that only IS per cent of the -:
world-wide yearly limit of 250,000
immigrants sou Id come frtm a
single country. -

thi oat operation, he went to see tbe

President,, put up such an effective

piea to remain on, that- Ike con

curred TbaTs why Hall will be out

of a joo for the time bemg, waiting

urtil something else opens up....
Ben MandelL the Senate -Security

'Committee's eager beaver, flew to

Vienna to interview Hungarian Co Communist
mmunist Communist John Santo, formerly of
the Transport Workers Union, who
leU. the USA for Hungary some;
time ago.. When the .Hungarian

b'oodbath started, Santo exited to.

Austris Manbell.i however, wasn't! ; L
aole to mteniew him. The Anna L INA.BY PRES.
can Embassy for reasons best hjKl-b-Part of the lnflation lnflation-kaowsvto
kaowsvto lnflation-kaowsvto itself, aid No.White'cau" a' labor shortage. This f
House aide Jack Martin is looking : wou.,d be by raising immi-:
for a judgeship, preferably on tho ra0?. v .r, .C A ; 't
Court oi Claims or the Patent) D '" ' V "l
Curt Martin,' an ex-assistant tj' CUer 7SJ' si"r'
BobTaft was hired at the instance ''ann.u"1 O-00 inlm'
of Rabbi Silver of Cleveland. He'i Im' W.,tn ,ls' Pl"f
short on law. long on Taffs nem-!el0"f flti8,,.b(luo,
ory:...The new assistant Secretary ?JJ "i?,?? .U-STreaidenta.:
of SUte of Europe wUl be Burka !"p"tMns "fuges,; na.:
Eitrick, an able career diplomat tlcna' and resettlement.

who strongly believes in backing
Britain and FranceDavid Rockv

l vawivi uiiuii tv can saa up w lUCI


of ; being Ike's Ambassador

France. : : 2 ''''

One year ago r hodgepodge of

immigration bills was dumped into

t J- Seene ir.Vthe old Suorem Pnnpt

chamber in the Capitol: Marine
Senator, Herman Talmadge. A
page entered. Pate was called to
the telephone. He returned briefly,
excused himself, and departed.

the House of Representatives hop-rmA ....

Rf'J-TSJiJS 2?- J"-e's Pate's immediate itteii

thing happened. They died in the

suocommittee headed by C o n-

gressman Francis Walter (D.; Pa,)
No great effort was niade to pass

them because sentiment wast not

sufficiently strong for passage.
This year the situation may be
differ mt. At any rate. Congress-


Nothing like this happened. Se Secretary
cretary Secretary oi the Navy Thomas
dressed down America's top Ma
tine like a buck private' for dis-
closing that this country b a d
shipped atomic warheads to the
Mediterranean. -

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Royal y Fcod Job HunterFarewell
Hats Chopsticks Furniture Sate


Sa-td of Saudi Attbu, who pay
ing a visit here looked forward to
. eating American food again
And "embassy officials arc some'
what miffed by all the talk last
t he was going to be given special
Arabian; dishes 'during his iipital
ctav. ; . -
For one thing, they point out
that King Saud made an xten
sive tour of the U. S. in 194. when
he was crowd prince. : .,:.
"He's not having special food.1'
- says an embassy spokesman. "He
likes American food and .that's
wnat he wants."
i So don't be a bit surprised if
you see His Majesty biting into a
hamburger, r
col Chief John Simmons, whose
last assignment was to greet King
Saud, is already looking for work.
"One thing I know Jor- sure,"
- he said at an embassy pary oth other
er other evening. ?Tve got to get i Job,
I nave -three sons to educate
One of his boys is a sopaomore
t Princeton. Another is 'n high
. school. The 'third is in grammar
SChOOl. k,?-;"-1 fsM '.vj.
, Often described as the" govern-
ment's number one public rela-i
tions man. Simmons is consider-
. ing severa excellent business of-:
fers which will make use of this
talent. :.; ..; , ;
STAFF MEM3ERS at, the Re
public relations man. Simmons jsj
considering several excellent dusi-
pess offers which .will make uso
of thi telent.
publican National Committee
gave a -small, private party for
their retiree boss Leu Hall a
couple of nights ago, and the -cry
ing towel got a good workout;
' When they presented Lea a
sterling silver serving tray, he got
. all choked up. His wife Gladys
received a 'stiver compact a d
that started her bawling.
Len tearfully sang some of his
Id campaign songs and the girl
secretaries began sobbing.'
"We really had an emotional
, binge," said one of the faithful.
" "It'll never be the same without
ola Len." -
. (D N.M,) mysteriously r received!
; a box containing seven battered
hats other day at his office.. ?
. After checking around, he dis-
covered they belonged to Adlai
Stevenson and Democratic Sena
tors Estes Kefauver, Wayne
Morse, Joe Clark, Warren Mag
nuson," Mike Monroney and John
Sparkman. 1
. The hats ahd been used as a
fund-raising gimmick by the Dem Dem--
- Dem-- ocratic National Committee d u r-
ingr the campaign-. They were
- also sent to New York and then
fi-- some unexplained reason
.mailed back to Senator Anderson
after the election. s; s.
Trouble was Anderson didn't re-
- turn them to their rightful owners
. but sent them to the committee.
Now they're in the attic of Mrs.
: Clifford Davis, wife of Rep. Clif-

.Herewith And aolution to Sunday Crossword Pu Pu-sle
sle Pu-sle No. 73, bllalied.. today. .:t : J' V'-!?- .;!


in: m a p iris r a smlS i m. it. ..
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F S T E k LUC I l W I

Answer for nnday. Dee. Cryptoqulpt IN

, xxa, want lixuu

fold '. iavis, who had charge of

them during the campaign. -I
"Nobody will get them- back,"
she says, "'We'll use 'em again in
V. KWellington Koo is waging
a tne-man campaign to teach big
shots in Washington how to use
. Whenever he haV guests to din
ner at the embassy, which is oft often
en often the oriental eating utensils are
brought out. 1 '
From -cabinet members to Pen Pentagon
tagon Pentagon brass Koo encourages ev everyone
eryone everyone to learn the cbopstick tech technique.
nique. technique. He claims it's. a cinch with
a little nractice.
Koo is a considerate host,- how however,
ever, however, and jf his guests don't go
along s. with chopsticks, a serving
boy is ready to bring on a knife,
fork and spoon. "-"
nr. Ali Amini came to town a
year ago, he deciaea to give me
pmhassv a iresn WW. AS a reau,
a large collection of furniture was
no longer appropriate. -All
ad put in the paper brought
unsatisfactory results, so no
Finally after' considerable nego negotiations,
tiations, negotiations, the Middle East diplomat
sold the who.e 101 w nw uiw
Furniture Co. for $5,500.
One of the items is a screen
once nsea oy wa ouu
For $1,200 IV yours. r
wife of tht agriculture secretary,
admitted other J,08:8?
an awful time a while back try trying
ing trying to bring some wheat into tne
country. from Canada.,
That a what sne roiq ner ukwi!
Mr. and Mrs. J. wuiara "h
at the opening of the Mariott Mo-j
tor Hotel here a coupie t u-j-
L'n. MA n A.. TO M U 1J III rl I LU 1J L i .1
. n i.J 4 twin f.
iit'id whuat -hflir as a souvenir
nt hor trin with the secretary. The
Canadian OUStOm : BUSfdS tdok a
Him vi aw of this, aithouen tney
were-Anally persuaded that it was
on the up ana up.
- An luvflTATICMl fn

'I i. M.iMr: Cnleman blessed it as Van

a pnyat. WJ
Jnhnxton's Motion Pitcture Asso-
oiatinn here rates on a par wim
anything the White House can of-
fei : ;
The routine may neoia stun
for Hollywood folk, but t im impresses
presses impresses the dickens out of Wash Washington
ington Washington hicks 1
Other evening they had a pre
view of ."Battle Hymn," a newi
Rock Hudson flick about Col
Dean Hess, an amazing Air Force
colonel who helped orphans in Ko Korea.
rea. Korea. Rep. John E, Henderson (R (R-Ohio)
Ohio) (R-Ohio) was sponsor. v
This is the only way to see a
movie.1 Man takes your coat as
you walk in the door and guides
vou to r plush projection room
with cushy arm chairs. The thea theater
ter theater seats only 100 guests at mos.
Then thev have an ornate buf
fet readv after the show with
piles of roast beef, ham, all sorts
of cheese, cake and coffee. The
bar was open, of course. ;



AND STILL THEY FLEE Although active anti-Communist revolution in Hungary has long
since been crushed, refugees from the Communist despotism still flee across the border Into
Hungary. Above, a young Austrian volunteer helps a refugee cross a canal which forms
part of the Auslro-Hungarfan frontier (location purposely withheld) with the aid of a local
farmer f on far bank) and a donated rubber life-raft. Photo was just released by United Nations.

Walter Winchell

Tho First Nights: "Waiting for
Godot" e m e r e e d from the
strange Land of Sanskrit and set-
ifessedrlt baffled them, several
11IU. IWUVWhU V- I .J V. 7 .v
hiawi AlthiirH vmiionrovf Ini1
'aiirylif in.. AvnlAtn thoir Anfiiktml.
"Godot" vanished last nlghtMr.
Shakespeare wears his cap-and-bells
at a jaunty angle In "Meas "Meas-other
other "Meas-other triumph for the Poenix"...
The classic mischief-maker was
cause for rejoicing. The Mirror's
tothir trinmnh for the Phonix"...
The Hidden River," at the Play
limine, inanired critical ;vC r O S C
currents. The majority opinion
was represented by Aisieman At Atkinson:
kinson: Atkinson: "A vivid play. -The writ
ing is skillful and the performance
is .superD. ine ioregoing cuiuuc
txl wrHh Critic Donnelli's esti
mate: "After a labored start, it
gets down to some excellent busi busi-ness".."Visit
ness".."Visit busi-ness".."Visit to a SmaU Planet"
drew a majority of raves ont he
planet of Boston. However, Vari Variety's
ety's Variety's New Haven satellite groaned
it "will pay a -visit to a smaU au audience
dience audience on Broadway." ; ;
fn. the Wings: Lionel Hampton
can remember all the way back
"when a kid had a twitch his mo mother
ther mother would rush him to. a doctor
instead of. a talent agent".EriC
Portman, the "Separate Tables"
star, reports: Did you hear about
the two strippers who had' a fight
and throw,clothes on each other?
T h e Clnemagicians: D i a n a'
Dors is the top t i n g I e r in
"Blonde Sinner," a taut, tense
tale. .Miss Dors' talent is not con confined
fined confined 'to her torso foks. She can
act..."IstanbuP concerns' ; dia diamond
mond diamond smugglers who. strive to
to smuggle a rhinestone script
past the audience..."Tempest in
in-the Flesh, from Taree, of-1
fers a candid study -of a wild
passion. It co-stars Adam, Eve
and Freud. .."Albert Schweitz Schweitz-eril
eril Schweitz-eril la an-inspiring 'testimonial
to a great man. Decency will
never die so long as people
like Schweitzer live..."Margar live..."Margar-et
et live..."Margar-et of Cortona," an Italian im import,
port, import, reflects the gentle glow
f candlelight. A touching spirit
ual. story..-"NighUaU" has a
gang ofmurderers killing time
The Telebrities: The inaugural
ihow was a star-spangled produc-J
tion. It reflected the sparkle in the
President's eyes a i wen -a a
Mamie's luminous smile... "Omni "Omnibus"
bus" "Omnibus" offered one of Hhose blank
verse dramas which often mistake
monotony for artistry..."S t u d I o
One's perceptive effort -was oasea

ea the oldest-newest problem: Pa-

rents and children who live in the

same bouse without inhabiting the
same world...N BC't Most
Blessed Woman.'? a mute girl's
love story, managed to keep its
sentiment honest . j une ixraaon s
throaty cooing o f "February
Brinu the Rain" (via Sgeve's
Allencast) gave a high-v o 1 1 a g e
glow to the torchant...The abc of
science continues getting a fas-:
cinating once-over from "Mr.
Wizard."' Grownuns can -learn'
something too..."Wide. Wide
World's" latest camera-journe y
around the 48 retained ita gee-whiz
quality...Glorla S w a n a o n, the
"This is Your me" suoiect nappi-
ly survived the lensV merciless
close-up. Not a wrinkle. She seems
to have defeated- neauiy s touga
est enemy time.
The Magazines: Princess Grace
has won a more important title:
Mother. And she intends to retain
the title. '1 would like to have
several children," she is quoted
in Loor..,lhe Baturaay weviews
top skewp: Why- the Roman Em
pire feU...A Header s tngesi essay,,
"What Husbands Don't Know A-
L..,t CA ,lll iinriniihtdHlv Blir.
prise husbands as, well as Brides
Teen-age promems seem ve

grabbing almost as much magiLou waiter reports that his Zieg-

space as automobile adverts.. It is
Good Housekeeping's earnest con
tention that hormones compel
teen-agers to act like teen urgers
...'.Mccairs snocKer aooui rauiu-
active bv-oroducts poisoning the
earth and atmosphere1 will make
you reluctant to inhale.. .In an ar-
tide on now a group or lamous
people keep fit, the Feb. Cosmo Cosmopolitan
politan Cosmopolitan gives the typical breakfast
of Winston Churchill. It also notes
he smokes 1 cigars each-day...
lempd mag arguuea that love and
marriage are being helped by sci science
ence science xlthough it should, be noted
that Adam ana .uve roquu-oa no
sclentifio ounsei.How previous
can you get? Mechaiyx Illustrated
urges the U.S. to conquer the
moon before it is Invaded by the
Reds. ;:,'Ji-.--v-:' O-j-
The Press Box: The spotlight
censorship in the Mad Bomber
story. For almost 16 year the
police made a secret of their
activities in thia case. After a
few. weeks of spotlighting he
was nabbed...The most distur distur-ina
ina distur-ina element of the case is this:
Psychiatrists have decided to To
-J ' , M
place tte poUce, judges and Ju-
ries. Long before any legal de
cisions were mane, ine smu smu-shrinkers
shrinkers smu-shrinkers were making public
their verdict. It seems to Dr.
Winchell that some psychia psychiatrists
trists psychiatrists have a headline-neisrosur
...When will the forces of law
and order do something about


the Mad Bombers in the KrenY
nnr. xne treeaie on
the face of Her Grace's baby
was bigger news in some dalliei
than the Middle East crisis. This
is to congratulate her baby for
having such a beautiful mother.
In brief, a doll gave birth to a
doll. .. Eisenhower Inaugura 1 s
are happily timed with famous
blessed events. The President's
'53 Inaugural happened during
the same week Lucy had a boy.
This time Grac had a girl...
If planes can circle : the globe
In 45 hours, fty means the world
is not composed of countries
but neighbors . Jiews Items:
"Thousands of germs live o n
one dirty dollar bill"...How do
they manage?
The Miami Beach Moonlichteri
Sherry Britton, the Venus strip strip-teause
teause strip-teause With Class, stars at the S
o'clock; Her high compliment for
the very high (8 ft. 5) Lois DeFee,
stripper at The Little C LUB:
"Lois has a lace just like the one
on the statue of Liberty".Milton
werie's Etten roc frolic is packed
with fun. It ought to be called
Berlesapoppln. Betty George's be beauteous
auteous beauteous curves and face take the
place oi an entire chorus Une.,
field Follies "is doing the best
business in five years with no
names"...Tht Cotton Club revue is
jamming, the old 'Beachcomber
twice a night. The first show there
to accomplish the feat. A zlngy
production,.- peopled with exciting
and talented entertainers. Cab.
Calloway and Sallia Blair chief
the cast...The Roney Plaza's at attractively
tractively attractively : re-decorated Bamb oo
Room features a .Calypso beat. It
is- getting a big play from the
Yankees. ..Roberta Sherwood, (who
got $60 a week one year ago in
Miami Beach) returns to the
swank-Edcrr Roe- next Thursday
uight (as r- co-star with Joe E
Lewis) at .many, thousands per
week more. Her bank account is
a lot thicker,: but not her head.
Quotation Mark smanship:
Harold Welssman: The most com-
plicated thing is finding a way to
lead a simple life.. .Flo P: There
are more nut running television I
than there are .watching it.. .Chris
Morley: Fifty ; percent of the
world are romen, but they alsay
seem a -noveity...r, r. Jones: No
thing's more responsible for the
good old days than a bad memory.
.S. Maugham:: It wasn't .until
quite late in life that I discovered
how easy it Is to say "I dont
know"...L. Verneuil:t The prime
purpose of eloquence is to keep
other people from speaking.. .Anna.
Herbert: Some girls break a date
by going out with him. i

' .in.

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Premier Sunday Gross-Word Puzzh



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MADDEN DAM SAFE JOB One lone fingerprint (tee other photos)
wM the only clue left back in 198 to the identity of the burglar who
went to work en government safe with an electric cutting torch. .That
one print was enough, though it took detectives seven years to f ind
their man. ' l

GZ's Detective Story

(Continued from Page. 3),


th ng, but don't kill me.
The passenger, grabbed, the
; money, but said: "No, Ie got to
shoot, you."
. Telling Arauz to walk down
The road, he pumped three shots
, into the driver' back, lumped
v back in the cab and drove off.
, --Police iound the taxi next day
t in a parking lot at Ba'boa Sta Sta-4'.
4'. Sta-4'. ejiom. ty1- m. .,::r: : leads developed, '.-but
ioiM have yet resulted in an ar

rest. The hunt -and the check-
ing continue.
Besides their .own-staff, where
many skills ov e r 1 a p, detectives
have the services of Sgt. Fred E.
.Terra, who holds a dual unfiorm
ed police detective rating, and is
a qualified handwriting -expert.
Uniformed Sergeant Jackf F. Mor Mor-ris,
ris, Mor-ris, ballistics expert also pro-
vides technical id.w''?;',rf-vr.'.:":;-One
rule strictly enforced-ln tKe
detective office by Wall.1 and his

completely bi-1 i n g u a 1, assistant

v ogi. uarvey i, nynet who works
across the desk, is that all inforr
mation known to" individual de-
tectives ip the property of the Ca
snal Zone police, ;. r"
"And all, when put together,
usually amounts to enough,"
':.'.- they say There ore bo lone-wolves-,
sceno-stealer or tac taciturn
iturn taciturn one-man operators on the
force. ., -'Xr-:s. rr.i;i
- Tney all cooperate with ana are

v counted on by the uniformed men

K under Capt. Bv A. Darden, Balboa
. District Commander, who worked

as a detective sergeant before be-

: v ing promoted in the uniformed

t branch. v- v .- '' ".'::
This same cooneration ia afford.

i'1 ed -the Canal's internal aecuriiv

";, office and the various military in-

iciiiKciite unices ana police.
V- Detectives are also cemmitrfd

bv vears of precedent to a con

sistently good liaison policy with
their ountrprts in Panama.
The present good relations be between,
tween, between, them and the Panama
Secret Police headed by Lt. Col.
Hector Valdex,rJr. have never
heiv at a higher level. And the
Balboa detectives credit the a a-miable
miable a-miable Secret Police chief with
thia condition.-

No -shadowy figure behind t b e

Canal Zone -law enforcement of

ficers is "Major R. W. Griffith,

chieij.oi the cz jfonce Division,

who keeps, a close finger on the
crime-pulse, 'vr'w .:.'"


the ranks to become a-top flight

executive and administrator who

insists on employing modern metn

ods and the .vest -equipment, and

wno takes a personal interest in

the welfare of his subordinates.

Today the Canal Zone police are

a highly coordinated self-sufficient

unit where morale is high. There

is little doubt they form one of

the. most diversified and unique

police forces in the world."

-The late California penal expert.

Julian H. Alco, who was brought

irr as warden at San Ouentin Pri

son after a serious riot there, com

mented thuslv three years ago:

I met practically all of the per

sonnel, Dom at uristooai ananai-

boa. ; .The indoctrination pro

gram, the seriousness With which

these officials take their jobs, their
alertness to duty and their per-

spicasity in the interpretation of

their, job, ,was most, enlightening

to, Hie"-- : 1
"The.jmit has the force of
good sized army in spite Of its
small quarters and its highly -intensified
organization and is rend rendering
ering rendering an outstanding service to the

United States government in main-

taming a fine interpretation of

law and Order on the Canal Zone."


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For The ; Ltest Jii : Fotos7& f eatures

.. It's The Sundcy Anisrican




AN INTENSIVE STUDY of various plans offered
down the years for increasing the capacity of the
Panama Canal was ordered this week, by the board
of directors of the Panama Canal Co, In announcing
the board's move. Its chairman George H. Roderick,

epoke of "costly, farireaching improvements." Rode- in a vain effort to save the life of the 26 year old

tick, is also Assistant secretary ui muiy. ne uoservcu

that the board foresaw the possibility that in 10 or

15 years a critical need for .more capacity may face

the .Canal.

nf his death.

Marshall smashed 28 world freestyle records be-

1 iwppn 19S0 and 1954. He first attracted attention as

Among the plans to be studied are the sea-level a 16-ye'ar old. schoolboy from suburban Melbourne
conversion put forward in the Isthmian Canal stu-when he broke four Australian freestyle records. He
dies submitted to President Truman In 1947. The enrolled at .Yale after winning Olympic honors -at
nnKsthlllt.v nf enlnrirpd locks as Drovided for in the London in 1948.

abortive Third Locks-Project dropped in 1943 will not it was as a Yale student that Marshall reached

JOHN MARSHALL, who set world records for Yale big Early the top winner among active pitchers. -and
won Olympic medals for Australia, died Wednes-. The New -York Yankees had better luck. First First-day
day First-day In a Melbourne hospital : . string shortstop Oil Mc Ddugald and utility man Joe
Marshall was injured five days before In an auto- Collins came to terms. Me Douirald. who also riinvs

mobile accident. Surgeons performed four operations second or third base, agreed to $25,000. Collins, who
ih a vain effort to save the life of the 26 year old : plays first base and the outfield, okayed $17,000. The'
Australiari-a former Olympic champion. His wife, big man of the Yankees-most valuable player Mickey
Wendy, and his parents were with Turn at the time. Mantle will start serious negotiating; with general'

manager jueorge .weiss.-;'.,...'-'.';.

.., be overlooked. Another idea which has some backers

Is the "terminal lake" plan wmcn wouia ouua an
extra lock at Miraflores and scrap those at Pedro

the peak of his career under the training of famed

i An old master-Jimmy Demaret, who has been
playing golf since Mike Souchak and Ken Venturl
were boys gave the younger men a lesson this week,
f Demaret took his Thunderbird golf championship
into a playoff round arid whipped Souohak and Ven Venturl
turl Venturl with a briUiant display of pressure golf. Dema Demaret
ret Demaret knocked out birdies on the first three holes, then

6wimming coach Bob Klphuth. ; He turned in world went on to wind up with a 67 for the 18-hole play
.J AA.., A f.onnfitU xmtivitinivin am lftA 4.1...... ni.1. W 1 4.- ... .T .

record performances at freestyle swimming from 200

meters up to one miie. in iou iwarsnau was creaitep,
with more than a dozen races in record time.
The young swimmer again represented Australia
with success in the 1952 Olympic Games' at Helsinki,

Roderick also saw the single-wage plan soon to go
before the U.S. Coneres as "a very acceptable pro-

: gram" that "will be exactly as the United States said .: Finland. In 1954, he retired from competition because
in the Treaty with Panama." Asked whether the plan of bursitis in his shoulder. However, he made a come come-1
1 come-1 Involved equal pay for equal work he said "yes," ex- back last year in order to compete In the Olympics
plaining that is the spirit of the treaty rather than for the third time. But the best he could do was fifth
Jthe. exact wording, j place in the 200-meter butterfly event at Melbourne.
., He was on his way to a swimming meet at the time

The Panama Railroad will order six new remgera- of his automobile accident.

tor cars rieht awav and 60 boxcars in the future to

help bring itself in line with the active future fore foreseen
seen foreseen for it by the House Merchant Marine and Fish Fisheries
eries Fisheries Committee. Six -other refrigerator cars will be
mechanized, j t :
As the" Committee suggested, the Railroad has already-started
using a. chemical weed-killed to, keep
Its right-of-way clear- Seventeen maintenance men
' lost their Jobs as a result. The Governor has issued
orders to divert feasible passenger and freight traf traffic
fic traffic from highway transport back to. the Railroad.
. In Washington, La Vern R. Dilweg, Attorney for the
United States Citizens Association, called on the ad administration
ministration administration to Implement suggestions made in the
Booz, Allen to Hamilton Report,: now several yean

Finance ,. Minister Ruben D. Carles promised to
notify the Panama Chamber of Commerce in fu future
ture future before the publication of the next lists of tax
delinquents scheduled to appear shortly. ;.
, ; The promise was contained In letter replying to
- Gustavo Trlus, newly-Installed president of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Chamber of Commerce and Industry. .
. Carles also promised the eliminated the need for
certificates to prove that a merchant had never been
guilty of defrauding the government.

Southpaw Warren Spahn left Milwaukee for
home carrying a trophy as the "most valuable" Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee Brave for 1956. But Spahn is still unsigned for
1957. -
The local chapter of the Baseball Writers' Asso-,
elation gave Spahn the award and heaped praise on
him. He had a 20-1J. mark last season, giving him 20
or more victories in seven of his 11 seasons. Cincln Cincln-nati
nati Cincln-nati manager Birdie Tebbetts,. the main speaker at
the writers dinner, said Spahn was "one of the all all-time
time all-time great lefthanders."
Braves' officials were equally high in praise of the
35-year-old hurler.- However they balked at giving
Spahn more money than he received last year, about
$40,000. .'
" Spahn. talked with general manager John Qulnn
of the Braves on at least two occasions during, his
stay in Milwaukee, but the pitcher said they got
So Spahn headed for his home In Hartshorne, Okla Oklahoma.
homa. Oklahoma. Quitm left for Boston to attend the writers'
dinner, They will resume talks by telephone.

Another former Brooklyn teammate has criticized
Jackie Robinson for recent remarks.
First,, it was Roy Campanella who said Robinson
should have refrained from popping off. Now, vete veteran
ran veteran right-hander Sal Maglle has agreed. Maglie call

ed tne retired KoDtnson a "pop on" who hurts peo people
ple people and then "writes them letters of apology." Maglle

off. counting a. three-putt 18th hole.

His score was eight strokes better than Souchak's
and nine points under Venturi's. Souchak ran into
hooking trouble. Venturl rah into other kinds of
trouble, including two double bogeys. .t r
- Talking about Venturl, that's just what Souchak
and golfing master Byron. Nelson were doing today. -.
- Nelson called the San Francisco youngster "the
finest prospect around."- But Souchak said Venturl
must yet "learn to forget a bad hole or a bad round.".
Souchak said, "Venturl also must learn to .put four
godd rounds together." He said "Venturl looks great,
but he never won a big ope,"
. Second ranked lightweight Kenny Lane scored a
technical knockout over Frankle Ryf f In the sixth
round of their bout in Norfolk, Virginia,
pened on Ryf f'jr left brow In the second round until
Lane -a southpaw kept working at a cut he o o-the
the o-the bout was stopped after a few punches in the
sixth. Ryff's face was smeared with blood from the
It was the fourth defeat in Ryff's 25 fights. He
had been knocked out by Larry Boardman at Madi Madison.
son. Madison. Square Garden in the ninth round last June.
Lane was much more impressive against his 24-year-old
opponent Wednesday night than In their
November meeting. He circled almost constantly to
Ryff's left, and he shot right Jabs and over-handed
rights to Ryff's face. Then he would step In with
solid lefts to Frankie'g head or body. He had Ryff so
puzzled by the fifth round, that he found Frankle
an easy target for left leads to the head.
He knocked Frankle back onto his heels twice in
the first round, once in the second, twice in the third,
and four times in -the fifth. Ryff's best round was
the fourth, in which he appeared to fight on even
terms. .

A rennrt. nnntlncr Panarnnnlnn VwAlit.v Analiria A1

faro, who won the title of International Coffee V aiso KODinsons opinion mat campaneua was through.

xtumnson later aDuiutfizea lor domi remarxs.

Middleweight, chamnion Gene Fullmer will defend
his title against ex-champ Ray Robinson in Chicago'
on April 24th. -'
Th Tntarnat.lonal FtOTinor nlub said both flirhters

referred to Robinson saying Milwaukee lost the pen- will receive SO percent of the gate. Also that the. bout

nanc oecause or nigm ciuDoing Dy a lew piayers... will be televised with a biacKout of the Chlcaffo area.

Queen recently, as saying he was a Colombia provok provok-'
' provok-' (d a storm of controversy which subsided almost as
- soon is it began.
Analida's. birth certificate : was produced proving
she was born in. Panama of a Colombian father, who
Is now a Panamanian citizen, and a Panamanian
mother.' ,
"- Next day the Carnival Junta named her as queen

or tne iortncoming uarmvai reason ana piannea a

Maelle said he admired Robinson's Dlavinor but felt

Jt a 'darn shame", a great player like that had to
say such jthlngs.

It was -close but no cigar after Early Wynn talked
contracts terms with the Cleveland Indians.
The big right-hander refused to accept a contract
that included a bonus clause based on attendance
Hank Greenberg. the general manager, stuck to that

oner ana leit ior New YorK to attend the maior-

blg reception for her return from a Colombian tour; veaKue meetings. k r ;
r .: ,. -.. Wynn was offered a salary of $38,000, plus the at-

AND FOR READY READING... L. 8 Damlamf of 5 wnaance bonus clause.. Alter a chat yesterday, Wynn

the Canal Zone left this week for Washington to as

eume his duties as leftislatlve representative of the

Central Labor Union Metal Trades CounclL He will closely with George Richardson, personakrep personakrep--
- personakrep-- Tesentatlve of AFL-CIO president Tom Meany, Both":
Sdeany and Richardson visited the Isthmus recent recently...
ly... recently... The Canal ha begun a check to authenticate
documents required for dependents of employes to ...
. be eligible for hospital privileges. . An American
jjrfiotoeraoher whd once lived ; on ihe Atlantic side,:;
Mrs. Dickey Meyer chappelle.,-was released froth a
Communist Jail in 'Hungary after 68 days of ln-5
earceration. She was convicted of having entered
Hungary illegally. r.The New York City tugboat strike
Jhich started Thursday night has not yet affecWd
Panama Line sailings. It probably won't unless it's a -if
long-drawn-out affair.

said be and Greenberg "were fairly close" to terms.

He may be over-optimistic. His 221 victories make

Fullmer took the title fnm Robinson- by a decision

on January Second In New York. -...
..'Trw first step has been taken to find a new feath featherweight
erweight featherweight champion.'
Mleuel Berries of Puerto -Rioo and Carmelo-Costa
of New York have asreed to a 19-round boit March
22nd in New York; The winner will fight British Em Empire
pire Empire chsmoion Hngan Bassev of Nigeria. That win winner,
ner, winner, in turn, meets Cherif Hamla of France for the
vacant title. ;
e Sandv Saddler retired as chamnlon last week, sav saving
ing saving a doctor had told him he might go blind if he
continued to fight. Saddler blamed the condition on
an automobile accident last July. American and Euro European
pean European boxing groups agreed to an elimination tour tournament
nament tournament to crown a new champion.


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NO BOMBING, THIS H looks like the aftermalb'of blockbuster bombing' raid, 'but this
scene in Miami Beach, Fla, results from the work of professional house-wreckers." The rubble
marks the fate of the once-proud McFadden-Deauville Hotel, a larjdwark for 30 years." Built
at a cost of $500,000. the hotel sDanned 500 ret of. vnlnnhi nrean irmiiio, th i, br

L narr McFadden, eccentric publisher of health magazines, was one f the original owners.

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