The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
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]
daily
normalized irregular

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Panama -- Panama

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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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1 niftiiARY;PRESIDENT-WillJam Jump,- CounciT coordinator for the International Boy
,Kf tl C&nal Zone presents a letter to Gov. Potter inviting him to toe honorary pres.
SS? J thP lora? pouncil of the International 3oy Scouts. Pictured above, from left to right,
ar'e Potte? exeSuUve;p. BUI. L. Fawcett, president; Alfred E.
Osborne and William Arthur, council membery ;v

New Orleans Firm Seeks,
$45,000 FrgrrfRP.Auto Co.

A Cm pHialfd adnijralty- suit
In v hich a New. Orleans firm

.ppU! t4r1(l(j0 from a panamaiman revoKea i"e -i

resident, apf his firm has been

tiled jfljthe Cristobal Division of
V EL District court 1
Two Army excess steel barges
. -have been attached by the U.S U.S-S
S U.S-S Marsha and re being held in
charge of a custodian.. They ere
nchored An Canal Zone j uris uris-1
1 uris-1 diction In the Folks River Area..
.The firm of Marks and Sons,
Inc., of New Orleans,! represent represent-'
' represent-' ed by Marks Fuerst is ; suing
Nalman Eisenman and the Au

tos Elsenman,-S.A., of Panama
ritv f nr breach of contract. i
' 'The i New Orleans ; paople.
r claim,they financed the- pur-'
chas of the barges fron tne.
Army by Autos Eisenman, S.A.,
andor Naiman Eisenman, with
the agreement that any prof profit
it profit from the sale would be split,
-after tho lender firm got back'
& jta Investment. tv, I ..;'.s ".-'
A prospettivg purchasers the
Frederick Snare Company t of
New York, was found, and Eis
- nman h allegedly executed a
power-of-attorney for Fuerst to
Tugbba! Strike :
Slilj Cripples-
llevirYorlcHarbo
'NEW YORK, Feb, 23 (UP):
East Coast tongs norem en return u
work today, ending a 10-day strike,
but a surprise contract rejection
py New York; tugboatmen crippled
harbor operation in the world's
. largest port, j vn'- : 'r'H r
i There was littlft hone of an' ear
ly tettlernent of the 23-day tubgoat
ktrike that has idled 4.000 harbor
crewmen and cut off 70 per cent
M fuel 'deliveries to the 'greater
New York area. Truck and occa occa-tional
tional occa-tional tanker deliveries, coupled
with, mild weather, forestalled a
' fuel crisis that had beea-forecast
irlv in th wilknut '
. Na' new negotiations meetings
were -planned. But Capt. Joseph
. n J 1 1 tlA
. U Bare, ntrau ui lucai w wi
t!nitH Mirin nivisirm of the Na4
United Maruw ?aa M we
uonai Marrume- tvoreen. wo c
Would try today -to arrange fbra
resumption of negotiations. --Tugboat
employers were dumb dumbfounded
founded dumbfounded by the union's 5 to 1 rejec rejection
tion rejection bf the siz-vear contract that
bad been accepted Thursday by
the union's negotiating committee
and recommended to the rank-and-
file before a vote yesterday.
Linda Darnell
Wed Airline Pilot
. nntf.wnnn irrt t irtr

tinda Darnell and American Air- Holt said Dulles had stated re-nes-
pilot Merle Roy (Rcbbie);eently that Communist China had
Robertson plan to mary a week ; offered to release American pris-

from Sunday. The 33-vear-old ac-
tress and Robertson took out a
uarriagt license recently

sell the barges-to nare. Later,
the complaint 'charges, -Ei&en-

tomey and indicated he was go
Ing to sell the barges to Snare
but not give any of the money
to the Marks firm nr to Fuerst.
' It is also alleged that Elsen
man executed a bill of 'sale to
Jacob Aizenmann Mikowska
(who is his father); for the pur purpose
pose purpose of putting the purchase .be-
yond reach of the plaintiffs.
'The New Orleans firm has
attached the charges of which
Aizenmann has claimed., to be
the owner.i and have put up a
bond.agalnst his claim.
. Autos Eisenman. S.A. nd Nal
man Eisenman, through their
attorneys Van Siclea, and Rami Ramirez,
rez, Ramirez, have moved the court to re release
lease release the attachment- of the
barges, and to rule that the of official
ficial official service of the suit upon
them be stricken from the dock dockets
ets dockets y:;:..-:r; -.
'A hearing will be held in the
Canal Zone weanesaay arter
noon, though by agreement of
attorneys it may be transferred
from the Cristobal courtrbom to
the Ancon Court house.
The law firm of De Castro and
Robles, with Rodrigo Arooemena
associated, is representing the
plaintiffs. ..
VFWRaps
Newsmen Visits
WASHINGTON, Feb. 23 (tfP)
The Veterans of ForeigvWars to-
dav denounced the State Deoart
ment's ban -against American,
newsmen visiting' Red China and
said it will wrk to get the order
rescinded. 1
Cooper' T. Holt of .Chattanooga,
Tennr national commander-in-chief
of the VFW. said Dulles
distrusts" the American press.
He also said Dulles' reasoning on
the order "disrupts the whole con-
u nnA.rnj
' HoIt ,,d tliat lnc PPered
"obstinate"
about the matter, the VFW felt
the weight Of its 1,300,000 mem members
bers members "would be of some assist assistance
ance assistance in this battle for a free
press." '
Holt, here for Washington birth birthday
day birthday ceremonies, said in a state statement
ment statement that "no organization (is)
more violently opposed to the Red
Chinese regime than the VFW."
But, he said, "this does not
mean that b e e a a s e we are op opposed
posed opposed to the nilers from Peiping
that we are willing to give up our
birthright which entitles-us to

Inow what is going on behind the'forgottea thaKwo allowed report-4

Bamboo Curtain- or anywhere elsejers to go mio Moscow irom in

in the world
oners a U.S. newsmen are
ire allowed
to visit there,
4 ,'! for. one belie,

NY Rock 'n' Roll
Addicts Again

Jam Times Square
NFW YORK, Teh. ?3-i(rP)
Ihousands of trnti?e" -rock
' 'n' roll addicts lined up at tna
. Paramount Theater fa Times
Square for the second day to today
day today to see a rock 'n' roll movie
and stage show t
The line started forming
shortly after midnight. By 4
a.m., there were. 200 foot foot-'stomping,
'stomping, foot-'stomping, rocking youngsters
in the street. The line grew to
4.000 by box office opening
time at 6:30.
E'ghty patrolmen and 20
mounted policemen straggled
to keep some order in- Ihe
gum chomping, screaming
crowd. Br "10 a.m. all but 1, 1,-500
500 1,-500 of the rock 'n' roll fans,
had been admitted for the
first show. But the line kept
growing.-. ."
Yesterday, more than 5.000
i holidaying hirh school stu students
dents students turned Time Square in into
to into a, jumpinr bedlam. They
disrupted traf fic4 threw lunch lunch-boxes
boxes lunch-boxes at nolicemen and kept
up a frantic rumpus all day.
BALKOA TIDES
MONDAY FEBRUARY 25
0:47 a.m. ',6:54' a.m!
1:31 p.m. un
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"that if this report is true, if Is
the finest offer we have had from
Peiping."
He said that if American pris
oners would be freed, he would
"like to offer a citation to all of
those newsmen who are willing
to risk their life by v going into
Red China."
Three U.S. newsmen recently
entered Red China in violation of
the State Department ruling. One
of them, William Worthy, a re reporter
porter reporter for the Baltimore Afr
American, refused on his return
to this country to turn in his pass passport.
port. passport. ''
The State Department has radi radicated
cated radicated it would not press any ac action
tion action against Worthy., -
China last fall extended invita invitations
tions invitations to IS American newsmen to
visit there but all of them com complied
plied complied with the ban and refused to
Holt took issue with Dulles con-
tention that the United States nev-
.r .Uowed reoorters to go to oun-
tries that our govenunen did notl
recognize. . j

' BaVAmst

aied China

"Pernaos. Hou tara. ne nisarom iier joo ue o""".

Russia." ; ''
He added that American news
men bave gone to East Berlin

'"where we have no official rerrHbanned "Women of Rome. ItaUan

PANAMA, R. P., SUNDAT, JFEBRVARY 84, J95T

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Cuban Government

Winning

Against Rebels

HAVANA. Cuba, Feb. 23 (UP)
The eovernment arrears to be
'winning its battle to wipe out
the armed revolutionary resist.
ance that has plagued Cuba for
the past several months. :
The SOO-man army task
force apparently is succeeding
in its all-out effort to elimin eliminate
ate eliminate the last rebel stronghold
in the foothills of the Sierra
Maestra Mountain range of
: Oriente Province, informed
sources said today.
The sources said the regime of
President Fulgenclo Batista is
anxious to wind up the Oriente
campaign so that it can restore
constitutional guarantees and
lift the press censorship.
RP Barmaid
Stabs Marine
With Icepick
A barmaid from the Boston
Bar in Panama City ran into
the cantina Doc on central
Avenue last Saturday afternoon
and stabbed a young? American
marine with an icepick.' It ;was
I confirmed today. .'
Eyewitnesses thought the ice icepick
pick icepick went into the marine's back
"up to the hilt," and rumors of
his grave condition spread fast.
A check has revealed, how however,
ever, however, that the wound suffered by
Pfc. Carl D. Dunn, of the Ma Marine
rine Marine detachment at Coco Solo,
was not -serious. He mad? his
way to Oorgas Hospital where
he was hospitalized for one
night. Thereafter he wss re returned
turned returned to duty with his detach detachment,
ment, detachment, which r was engaged in
some maneuvers out in the
bush, on the Pacific side. s.
A customer who stepped into
the cantina Doc within seconds
after the marine headed for the
hospital, said those present gave
the following account of the
stabbing.
At about 4 p.m. Dunn, wear wearing
ing wearing civilian clothes came into
the place bleeding slightly fror
what appeared to be fingernail I
scratches on his face" and
throat
He asked a taH'Wsta Rlcan
harmald for ."?ber nankin to
wipe his lacejghe provided this,
and also ajottle of beer wnicn
he ordejrea The soldier sat doyn
at a.vable alone with the beer
irv .front of him. None of those
present said he seemed intoxi intoxicated.
cated. intoxicated. Before be had had more
than a few swallws. s, dark dark-haired,
haired, dark-haired, small, slight, rather
pretty employe of the Boston
Bar, who is known as "Doric"
or "Roste," entered the Cantiw
na Doc. She came up to-the
marine from behind and
stabbed him in the back.
Three barmaids end another
spectator thought the pick went
in all the way to the. hilt.
Dunn turned and pushed her
away. A crowd gathered around.
The soldier seemed to fear the
crowd would attack him. With
out waiting for aid he ran to
the street, grabbed a taxi and
headed for Oorgas.
Two National Guardsmen ar arrived
rived arrived in a patrol car. They took
the girl from the Boston Bar a a-way
way a-way first, asking her If she had
been in an argument ,. :
Later the girl was seen at
large .and it Is reported she was
freed on $100 ball. e 5 f
From the Boston bar, where
the trouble started, it was re reported
ported reported the marine and tha
barmaid had an argument,
possibly over a Jukebox. Spec-,
tators said he bit her; and she
scratched him. Then he left
'An employe of the bar saw the

girl trying to get a knife toeo.Feb, .AJMm).

after Dunr and took it away
from her. They do not Km to
know where she secured the Ice
pick used in the aitacg.
Tne D,lrmala wM dismissed
-
New Low
SAN JOSE. Calif. (UP) The
city entertainment commission

SlitliiiilS

Battle
This Is particularly true since
the carnival season is approach
ing.
Costly Campaign
Reliable sources said the rebr
els in Oriente Province are poor
ly organized and are breaking
up into small groups to evaae
the evertlghtening army encir encirclement.
clement. encirclement. Only about 25 to 30
rebels of an original band estim
ated at 300 are still at liberty.
Just recently, a small group of
dissidents arrived at the Mujeres
Islands, off the coast of Mexico
after fleeing Cuba
The government campaign
Tics necessitated extra budget,
ary expenditures to keep-, a
constant rotation of troops at
the front to insure steady
pressure on the fast-moving
revolutionaries.
Informed' sources said a medi
cal team of 15 doctors has been
kent busy in. recent, weeks. Gov
ernment forces suffered more
than 20 dead and, wounded. In
mid-January alone, the sources
said. Rebel losses were equally
heavy.
Given Deadline
There were indications, how
ever, that the armv has been
given a Feb. 28 deadline to com
plete the Oriente campaign so
that constitutional guarantees
can he restore March l.ihe ex
plratlon date of the 45-days sus.
pension period decreed Jan. J 5,
CpnsorshiO; rather than recuM
rent anti-government terrorism.
has been the government's b)r
eest single concern, sources sJd
Batista has bpfiti concerned
about the steadv flow of protests
a.p'plnst the cen'orf'i'n from
within and outside Cuba, the
sources added.
Actually, the suspension of
guarantees and the press cen
sorship have had little effect in
suppressing isolated
particularly in the Havana
There have been at least JHfT'
bomb explosions in the capft&I
during the past five weeks
I'tal
.With the anti-terrorism drive
. t j iv'. j
in iuii gtr Knavnv expeciea
,wirrd-up of trjef Oriente cam cam-pagn,
pagn, cam-pagn, government off teals hone
to return Jfr. nation to normal
to the pfiar future,
4" d
iiigBee$Bd(0ed
Hmwi, Cleaner;
Gel Mice New Hive
NORFOLK, Va. (UP) C. G.
Gurley found a home Thursday
for 3,000 angry yellow bees he
sucked up in a vacuum cleaner.
It was a question of either re relocating
locating relocating the bees, Gurley said, or
reversing the air flow on the vac vacuum
uum vacuum and blowing them out into
the cold cruel world. .
Gurley, 49, who used to keep
bees himself when he lived' in
Goldsboro, N.C., captured the in insects
sects insects at the plea a fellow em employe
ploye employe at Norfolk Gen.eral Hospital,
Grover S. Crandall.
The bees had made their home
on the side of Crandall's house.
Gurley poked the nozzle of the
cleaner into the bive and in about
half an hour, bad them y in the
bag. fJ,
They rumbled so disconsolately
that Gurley accepted the offer of
beekeeper John Hannant to give
them a nice, new hive.
With the bees situated, CrXdall.
Curlev and Hannant collected
.rtIsn- da ftAiinric nf hnniv nmA in
the .old hive.

Last Link With Civilization Fades

18 Start Isolation At World V Bottom

ABO Ann USF CT.OBEMAST- into the distance their last direct
ER OVER THE SOUTH POLE,llnk with the outside world until

Cen AJTiei leans ucu cigufc,, y m.m -
mAnffi. f icnifltinn it th worldi of Norh Arliiifton Va. announc-

last great frontier tonight."
For six of the eight month
the" tinv nlement at the bottom
of the world will be cloaked in
winter, and at "midnight"-the!
miUUlB Ul .UJUliiw
EErLr
iuy uCfcl .-r; t,
Nine scientists anq n ne w.
xr;. .oi-.iui rut nin VI HA
i'li't

PERON
' i 1 i. 1

MAY GO
TO: ITALY
MTT.ATJ Ttalv Veh M (JTO
Former Argentine dictator Juan
D. Peron may come to Italy next
spring for an extended stav
Italian attorney Ugo Longinottl
said today. 1
Longinottl is attorney, for Dr.
Bruno Severo vailati, a coffee
Importer and personal friend of
Peron. r
H said negotiations are being
made to buy or rent a 20-room
villa near Bellagio, a 4,000 in inhabitant
habitant inhabitant resort center on Lake
Como where German chancel
lor Konrad Adenauer will arrive
next Monday for a three-week
vacation.
"Peron might come to Italv
several weeks after Adenauer's
return home, Longinotti said.
Peron, now in Venezuela wa.i
quoted by the Caracas magazine
"elite" this week as saying "for
the past two years a rastle and
a speed boat have been waiting
,for me at Lake Como, Italy,
which friends .offered to me.
- Longinotti said be wi looking
around to buy "some fast speed
boat in copneeMon with the
persons who will stay In the vi villa."
lla." villa." 1
First rumors that Peron might
visit Italy developed in Ortoher
1955 when Longinotti's employ employer,
er, employer, Vallatl. confirmed the for former
mer former Argentine dictator was con
sidering a trip to Europe.
- 'Vailafi told United -Press las
night that a grouniof Italian
Jndustrialits and 'usinessrmrn
had offered Peron ; a villa on

Laku Como or Lkke Ma geioreSh tents, but Israeli reports said

shortly after he was ousted frpmi
Argentina,
New Orleans Set
For March 5th

TSS:lPaia Mardi Gras

I'JiW vnjjJCAiMa iuri raarui
Gras is more than a week away
in the Souths Queen City, but I-
ready, lighted paper
downs are
grinning from lamp posts at the
crowds on Canal Street.
New Orleans calls its Canal
Street the widest in the world.
Few of the half-million visitors to
the city for Mardi Gras will dis
pute the claim.
, Only: the world's biggest street
could hold the surging, costumed
revelers- who-will parade, dance,
sing, -eat and drink on Mardi
Gras, "Fat Tuesday," which is
March S this year.
-.Thousands of visitors have al already
ready already descended on New Orleans'
hotels. Reservations are hard to
get at $14 a day for the early
part of March.
Complaints Force
Ban On Good High!
Kisses At College ;
ANN ARBOR," Mich. (UP) (UP)-Good
Good (UP)-Good night kisses have been
banned at one University of Mich Mich-lean
lean Mich-lean women's dormitory because
of "numerous complaints of ex excessive
cessive excessive oscillation and cuddling.'
Members- of the Dormitory
Council of Stockwell HaU voted
14-4 last night to ban kissing
anywhere in tre area ot tne nau.
Th- mowN said its action was
nromoted br numerous complaint?

- ."of "excessive shows of affection."

ed
Sinl la the leader of the U. S..
cientifie trim which will observe
Antarctic winter conditions as part
of the v 1957 Geophysical Year
"Right now we are not thinking
.-r. 7 i.. i
i?JS7 ttttttniS
I" v- ..14
. .unMuae.
he IS .men on the ground
i . .

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Egypt Promises:
Entry Of U.N;
' j !.

Into Gaza

WASHINGTON, Feb. 23
day Egyptian agreement to

Gaza strip may break the current Middle East deadlock..

. But Israeli officials here
tude.

"Egypt has made promises in the past' one Israeli:

official said skeptically.

American, diplomatic action on the Israeli-EayDtian

crisis came to a virtual standstill as U.S. officials await-'

ed the arrival tomorrow afternoon of Israeli Ambassador

Abba than. .
Eisenhower Gets
Personal Message
From Ben-Gurion
WASHINGTON, Feb. 23'UP)
The White House 'said that
President Eisenhower yesterday
received a "personal.- -message"
irom israen mm er Liaviu i
Ben-Gurion or-the. Middle
Press fiecrrtarv James C, Hag-t
ertdecllned to comment on the
the messag was In a -'construe
tive tone."
Asked if Mr. Eisenhower has
iCl lio.l
sent or plans a reply, Hagerty
said. "No." The administration,
he said, is awaiting Eban's re-i
TUrn.
Jap Prime Minister
Resigns After Only
11 - A If!.-.
mnnim m IIIIirR
mrwummmm mm whbiww
TOKYO. Feb. 23 (UP). Ailing
Prime Minister Tanzan Ishibashi
and his cabinet resigned today
af icr only two months in office.
Acting Prime Minister 'and
Foreign Minister. Nobusuke K's K's-h(,
h(, K's-h(, 60. wa cons'dered certain
to be elected Ishibashi 's suc successor
cessor successor tomorrow..
Ishibashi and leaders of his
'ruling party met last nlsht nd
decided on the resignation be because
cause because of the 7?-year-old Prime
Minister's health.
Ishibashi had been cnnflnd
to' bed since last month with
what orMnallv wns snonunced
'n light case of onernnoni
Dorfx"S' sId yesterday he alo
hart lprt, trnub'e nd won'd
ned t least two more months
of rert.
i )evt off'r wuhont fr
hHn-rrde n 'mn'''r,f,ve
Pds to the Diet (Parlia (Parliament).
ment). (Parliament). Kishl lack on)' seven votes
of beating Ish'bht for presi presidency
dency presidency of th rul'r nrtv sd
bpcomln" Prime Min'ste h'm h'm-se'f
se'f h'm-se'f lt. D'ember. snoe'mtn
sld the pprt wh'cb h an
bso'"te ms'orfy.in th1 t.
wou'f T-e
meeting of the two chambers of
Parliament tomorrow
chuto a high fidelity phonograph,
popcorn, six mattresses and ouud ouud-material
material ouud-material tn tteir supniy base
Also included in the air drop was
100 pounds of soil a substance al almost
most almost non-existent In this vast, ice ice-covered
covered ice-covered continent which is as
large as the United States and
E'" -oe combined. '

The U. S. Air Force recently
!Jiiu U

resumed tatte uZTiVM Rowing r
ter a two month olav becanee occurrence i.1;

.5 neen dimming off the b;e

nvt flipht wax M-heduled for
,r- ,r'-i- .Vro-r.iin. rwn.
ioter io opea vprcauun wrp
a ii w

TEN CENTS'

(UP)-U.S. officials said loi
allow Uv N. trooos into- thtt
adopted a less hopeful atti
;)

Eban, who left only Monday,
headed back to Washington from
Israel with his gfifyemment'i
latest answer toresldenl; Eis Eisenhower's
enhower's Eisenhower's cajf for withdrawal of
Israeli tropps' from the "Gaza,
strip and the. gulf of AqabA. : ?
High administration,, officials ; f
said they would delay reaching
ja''idecision; on possible sanctions
against Israel until after hear.-
ing from Eban. t
'Six Arab nation formally j-

oruugni a proposal lor sanctions
against Israel hefore th TTnltpd
1 Btlt th -Wtllf'Ttnfi .,(.!
Wt7';rr.irrr".T,rrmr'"
1'
ed the chances for immediate
action in the United, Nations.
By keeplne the two-wav ner-
ntiaftnnl nnan V. nil i.ln;j
lP" -7""' k- "7j;nK
PlS.fW.Jli'-V
rfl "'r,v"lt.
fliefnrv tA n,ltVtHlQm katt f ino
from Egyptian territory.
Six Arab nations formally
brought the proposal before tht
U.N. General Assembly yester
day. t'
. It said "the door Is" certainly.
not closed to further discus-
sion" even though Israeli Priole
Minister David Ben-Gunort' re
ie'eted President Eisenhower'
last appeal for withdrawal ,of
thp Israeli forces. W,X(
Secretary of State-John -Foster
Dulles, who conferred wlttl Mri Mri-Elsenhower,
Elsenhower, Mri-Elsenhower, will try over''tho
week end to come to termj witb'
Eban.
Ebn left Jerusalem after tho tho-Israeli
Israeli tho-Israeli Parliamen had united onT onT-a
a onT-a "no withdrawal" policy but
postponed a vote which micht
have closed the d dor. on the U-S-withdrawal
nlan. k-a
Mr. Fisenhower has salft ihel,
believed the .U.N. "ha no
choice but to exert orswre on
Israel" if It nersrsted In- iU
stand that it have advance as-.
stirance of nrotect'on against j,
Fryntian raids and ; of ,. Sue -'
Canal shloplnr rights. -The
White House said tho
President and Dulles "regret that
the government of 'Israel ha
not yet found It possible lo
withdraw its forces from,' .t?
Gaza Ftrlp and the Gulf? oJ
Aoba." .-v
But it said they stfn believed;
"a full understanding-;. 6f-thu
United States position and' tho -United
Nations resolut'on of Fen,
2 should maki? it pnssibH fnr Is-.
rl to proceed with withdraw withdrawal."
al." withdrawal." s-'
AUCKLAND, New Zelah. Feb..
23-(UP) A senior.. AQtkland
physician will' attend former.
British Prime Minister Sir An Anthony
thony Anthony Eden if he needt- any
medical care while In New Zea Zealand,
land, Zealand, it w&a announced today. :
He Is Dr. W. E. Henley, known
here as a. physician with wide
experience to general medicine.
Eden is now resting and
strolling at his home, at Wender-. -holme.
wher he went immedi
ately after arriving here Thurs-.
' resign
While Eden rests, his wrta
W-taaen nas severe owis. au
varhUn Or swimirunz if L
'j"
choo&ca.

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Js-: :-w-WB4wl T W-I''O' A ., gWseswpWSJWaalsass

ti w tj as ka art is mm s i i i wae- a .i

'Xr W JUL I rll 'ILVl I

;ii i-4';-;l i1' 1 1 i .' it'i'i '" 1 -' 1 "ill4

.1

4

tfcXit A Stife&iqn Prize-Winning

U

Iwtui. ilM thii rubber Dip come from?" Biff

; IChflet Wlh bi '" to itop. i
' "betlif a Sa1e$man," Arthur Miller's Pulitzer
L a'priA-winiftgtlay opens tomorrow at the Theatre
Guild antj will run fori six performances through March

bunder tn airecnon ot rreu i. ocieai, miu
Wuiinnr hn rnnnsr.tfiH with the

(John Aniston) qutin his fithej; Uen Woreerter) hi! his mothtr (Kath Wilbtr) nf brother

J

I .L At.. :

- rVtrthor wuier, ni saw me u-
gipal We for the play is based on
, observation of "fiwe or six sales-
men f have met. The play is j-eally
a feeoHection of r destiny that Jjas
' .n'nMtMlt TTIB SlnPA VQuQl. AC-

eocdffiif to" rumor, the. central r6le
Mstmestly a projection of the au-
1 4lL-l 1 lirlllM for) ttoan nrrif.

UIUI a. untie, nuuii

pen a pre-Broadway tryout in Phi-wxt morning a line Jiad formed

ladelphia on a baturaay nigm i u e nau our ppiore
at January 1949. and althouc It-opened and $15,000 worth of tic-

Miller had a good reputation w-u mat day befqre the
through his previous success withwrst evening performance. When

'All My Sons," Jfiiia Kazan as m- 'e reviews appeareq, xneir entnu-

t trTths Isthmus after having been connected wim tn

'Easadena Playhouse; the threeracter features Len
Worcester, veteran guild actor" in the role ofJVilly

,Toman, the part which was created by Lee J..Qobp

oflTProadway and by Frederic March on the screen.

Times," winch he put aajdt wnem

"Salesman Deganio snaoefjip m
his : minor S6" compellihgly ttt he

had to worK on rt.He- wrote u ai
the aee of 33. over six week

Bsriod. in. a workshack (five win

dows and a door) that he had built

with his own canas on ms iour
acre country place in Connecticut.

lnf Upla called "Plenty Good, ''Salesman" was acneauiea to o o-..VlAO

rector was already the top man in
his field through his direction of
the sensationally successful "A
Streetcar Named Desire,1'-and the
producers were men of esteemed

reputation, there was a very moa-erate-
advance aale up to 24-hours

of the opening. The play had no
stars tin its cast, it was heralded

as a .tragedy, and so pending ap ap-iraUal
iraUal ap-iraUal by Jtne antic s-WoWw a li

mited ni;mber of .tipkefs'had been.

soia.

u. Twentv-four i heurs before the o-

peqmg. a dress rehearsal was held;

befontan audience of j?5Q vpeopie
whn haa been admitterTt-on tasses.

Apparently they left the theltfe to
souni tba alarm, fori early the

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"WonderfHl coffee,', meal in Itself," Willy Loman (Len Worcester) tayt

apbreciaHyely to his wife, Linda (Katfiy Wilber).

"Oh, Willy, you jusf kill me," fays tfia lady buyer (Idjth Bruce) to Willy
x Uman (Len Worcester), r'

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siasm increased the stampede and
the two-week Philadelphia engage

ment waaokJ out to the tune of

$57,000 within three days.

XNews.of tne .i'mladelDhia suc

cess traveled by fast grapevine to
New York, so that when the box
office opened !fdr the sale of tickets

mere sUU- without benefit of re-

vjewsj. stars mor than $250,000
worth of tickets was sold before the

- me opening took place at 'the
Mofosco Theatre, New York. Feb
10, 1949, and the, triumph of the
play was unanimous "and1 com

plete. For many months It W8s the
"My Fair Lady-of its timer-peOr

pie were wining to pay, and did!

pay, up to 140, a ticket and ordi

nary theatregoers had to b. ujr
their seatsfsix and isight months ti
advance, that a play on, such
grim theme should attain such po popularity
pularity popularity is unparalleled.
In the Spring of. 1949, ''Sales

man' was awarded the Pulitzer
Prize and 'Also the New York Dra Drama
ma Drama CriticsNAwardi Only two oth other
er other plays, "A Staeetcax Named De Desire"
sire" Desire" and "The Time-of Your IMe,"
had previously wonSbJtb these
designations in one seabn. "Safes "Safes-man"
man" "Safes-man" also won the Donaldson A A-ward,
ward, A-ward, the Antoinette Perry. "Award.

the Theatre CluV Award and the

Newspaper Guild's HPage One A A-ward"
ward" A-ward" as the best of its season. In
addition, it was- the first play ev ever
er ever to be chosen as a Book-of-the
Month Club selection. r
The Theatre Guild produc 1 1 o n
Kathy Wilber will appear as Wil Willy's
ly's Willy's wife, Linda, and John Aniston
and Charles as. his sons. Others in
the cast are Boy Glickenhaus; Mor Morton
ton Morton Gornick, Don Weiss, Bin.Kil Bin.Kil-gallen,
gallen, Bin.Kil-gallen, Edith Bruce, Shirley -Ann
Meyer, Helen Cartmil!,' Jeanette
Gau and' Loring WhHe: Berest,
previously directed "Yes, My Dar Darling
ling Darling Daughter" for the Theatre
Guild. H. Russell Carter is sge
manaeer.' r

"Death of S Salesman" vOl be
presented by Tht ; Tbeatre Guild
for six performances -r Feb. 25
through' March. 2. Curtain Is at 8
o'clock. Reservations m jy be
made by calling Mrs. Hoyle at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1513 between. 1 arte) f p.m.

Showing at Your Senjce Center Jheairei toUay f

DIABLO UTS. 2:3,0- 7:00,
Clayton Moore
"THE LONE RANGER"
Color I :
Mon. "HOT BLOOD"

GAMBOA 7:00
"BHOWANI JUNCTION" -Tues.
"Fastest Gun Alive"
GATUN 2:30 7:00
"JUBAL"
Tues. "FIGHTING TROUBLE"

: RITA MORENO
SIR ODBC HAR0W1CXE

WALTER HAMPDQI,

MARGABflTA--2;30-0:15-l; 10
Debra Paget t
El via Presley a.:
"LOVE -ME TENDER"- J -Cinemascope
Color! i ,'
' Mon. "Forbidden Planet"

CR1STOBAX, 2:30 7:00
Air-Conditioned
James Stewart
'Doris Day ?s, 'ti err?
"Man Who Knew To MiichT,
Also Showing Monday f

nlO r2:00 4;15 6:30 1 8:45

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ALSO SHOWIljfU MONDAY t .. :

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"WHILE 4THE CITY SLEEP" "NIGHTMARE"

SANTA CRUZ-6fl5-:25 t i
TTHE HARDER THEY, FALL

CAMP BIERD :15-8:30
"D-Dayy The Sixth of June

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HORRENDOUS EXAMPLES of hieh jinks amont thirJ

genesr'! the 'poetic facts of life are "that where the bee j
sucks,-there -suek-I,-previded-ely--thatthe.be-Uck1

at Joe's l Hideaway, I 'was hy mere Chance at that very ."

spui. wie owieji uay, suoLiiiB nwy-ii.JkMUiC UWJUm CDn
fident that tiees would join me at any moment. This as-
surance was based on the number of sons of bpes I dis dis-cerhed
cerhed dis-cerhed abdut me there. And bees' are. family-conscious

animals.' Or birds. Or whatever .they are, "V

As I poured another prescription, I fell, to thinkine ;..

now -tne r-anama uanai uompanv couia soive mar 01 its

Gaillard Cut problems by a study pf Reffs Cantui Cab. 7

just like so, many of these supertankers and pre 'car V

riers, it is sort of single propeller job, H the differential

long since having given up paying any attention to the

ightr ear "wheel. ","""1J' r ----i
Jt shears like anything. The other day" the f rent

door hinges sheared, then after that the brackets hold,
ing the battery sheared. Couldn't get anything 'much;
better for studying shearing problems than the Cantuta
Cab. .:. r- u

Now. as I see it,' the thing to do is for the Panama

Canal 'to hire Red. (with a prior nod from Judge Pern-
ing) and have him drive to the top of Contractor's Jflll,
overlooking the narrowest part of the cut, where so many;
dear-cut transit problems arise, vv ,' ? :, i'

Then the scheme is for the uantuta uao to drive on

some distance any distance-beyond the rim of Contract-

tor's Hill. By the time it hit the canal just about every

ay boys standing by would have enough information to
keep thett slide rule clicking till the tugs arrive. Don't

you WQnd,er. sometimes, how the Canal could get von

without my help and advice? That roan who aaid ''Bet-

ter""roay prepare himself for an arbitrary housing as,
sienment in Friioles, - , fc

A Russian spy 11 knew he was a Russian -spv be

cause he's the. only man I've ever seen striding down
the Fourth of July with snow on his Cossack boots) hai
lately flipped a document furtively behind by1 ear.;

To be sure, he didn't have to be all. that furtive.

After all, 'there's just as much space between my ears
as there is behind them., But that's what 'he did, any

how, whichShows you how sloppy Khrushchev is about"
detail. Zipper askew, papaya juice in, his vodka. A care careless
less careless man.

Anyway, this document was datelined Fort Ama-

or, and.it wpn something like tWs;.;. 'L,, J. :
"Reports are being- received that" female personnel
at Fort Amador' are wearing: clothing, that Is considered;
Dbjectipnable, The wearing by teenage and adult, female;

personnel pf abbreviated shorts, halters,.ibare:;ni.idriff
shirts and' ttousjs,; ttghjlf; fitting- sklr; nM: bef :, gjwr
tpents -which tend to ;emphasizei femininity is rprehibited -ip
troop areas, offices, and places of pusinejss. Depend'

ents spohs6rs arJ" reminded that they are' responsible
for the behavior of their dependents." r i

There it is. Ain't it grand? ' lf..'::
Now theM's one fthihe to be borne in mind .ii vre-.

gard to any. thoughts. I have kon Jhistople I "may be-'
well up 1 that fabled but insanitary creek without visf-

ble means, 'of propulsion",", owing. .to aH tot? l-j prance",
on toy part pf what a -"female persorlnel"J is. 't'.'

- I haye been out with clrls and lailiesi l

distaff dogs, and -I have' fondly strpked the typIpf feline

jnprnlngr Wt-1 have had no conscioul "encfjunteK with

Sit'.-

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Marl Felix la
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Miguel Aceyes MeJU In
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Today IDEAL JS .15
Jeff Chandler: in
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Mickey Rooney In
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TOMORRONVl

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m the unlikely event that ever -1 ikv tn"t )

such animal; J failed, identify it because, (a) I don't
WyWf aoad"P Barro Cplopado. pr (b) it had
Shed i skm in, honor of the ukase banning "garments I
which tend to emphasize femininity." wir" f ;
t Th4! foIlojS J9 pure; speculation oil my; part, bqt
1 feel it my duty to advise the. Amador .wnr!M..'

if-they inake. jt roppsalWtk'for.. tiM''tb-'isniss girl by
theif .clothes,, there apt oing- to; be all kindsjef othef

i;ogn4Bn aevices. x apn t hinjs; any of these are' what
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JEFF CHANDLER LARA1IIE DAY

51

Fyrthjri pbjectitp-lhe waste; f inimeograph time
and energy in grinding oufc the gripe .about abbrviatl
ed shorts and ;hater8.'r In my bbok.ivhen'' shorts r..

abbreviated : enough to -cause' bluestocking : pomrtamt.
they'll double as halters.. -t dp not come from Boston.
Furthennore, at's thi. nonsenses about -'troop
aTeas, offices;, and place business"? Thereare i "all
kinds of places of business w4ich would, be put putPf ac action
tion action by the order. .But let me not insult vou- trantlai:

Ireader,- by assuming you have never strolled through

We come. then, to the Droblem of "denendpntv'sTSnn-1

sin x IV riri npwnninr.iri nan a BinrnAvonf an fatkaw v

" rtymfwa mm wm. 1U AAVllCr. J
as I remembet, and' undry! uncles! and. aunts,. One of
them (an uncle)' ran30 yards for a toucftdqwn afjer A
tackle had lowered his ptBuV nohis speel". ; ;
I give you "these details' of family : history- not to
stack myself up among the Whitneyi and the;ChiirchilU
and. similar fauna of the 40p but. to underline my mys-.

don't get one f those' till you become a-Qfflgejv My old J
man went to World ; War I as a sergeant in 1815 par-'

layed this ead off into, the rank of full private by the
time of 'the armistice,.,-";, vf-Tf. '-. -Vrv:.- ,1
Uncle of ho. pants fameVas;!bn bne of Vlhe' first
troopships to leave for World War I, Ha was a full pri pri-rate.'He
rate.'He pri-rate.'He came home on one of the last troopships. He,
had. managed t retain bit 'tank-v-7 4 -,
That's about- alL.tha military background I .can
dredge xup right now.. Ypn will note tha. embarrassing

lacs oi ".aepenaepis sponsors.'': Mayoe tney came.aiong'
with the atomic warfare age There seems no way of
telling whether they're male;jr female- -AnimlLl, vege vege-table
table vege-table or mineral tampoco. ; : .' t.
You know' how H ia lh the'1 atomic agei They 'say
that the subtle distinctions so betoYCfl Qf the Jtejlch Ipsf
their. Importanee. -. f ;': : V - ;. .. .'
Are thev therefore traininz av secret atomic force

. 1 .wj- -11 . 4 T w

&UTV prEScu lUi intelligence UJTOH J"cf
' I dare not answer question pibIicIyrThe' secur-.
ity of the nation te at take. ? -. ; ;
' 'ftSCT PJXRUCSS PORTENT this, week takes th
form of a respectful nod to the British cadat upon the
Reina del Mar vho seemingly could riot make pp, hi
mind whether to 'sue the Panama Canal' Company for,
$70Q0 or J8000 after a severed. hawsef fcrqij hl leg.,5qi
he is suing for -. '-
.is: --it 7003- ; ; :
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SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 34; 1957 ',

ADiTOFPRITAIfJW

' ANYONE can work -up a fine
, JlCUy -vx. cimuuoiaaii ..... -
Ar .MthiiBi cm it irnn sun
of a New Year, dui it is in.uie sue sue-cpdine
cpdine sue-cpdine weeks that, to me at.least,
the year becomes a. steeplechase,

. with the end of February unplea

santly like the further, and wet,
do Af the first water jump.

Splashing out money to meet the
' 4 inevitable bills at this season, we
I realise that tills-actually is, 1957

' a colourless collection ot numerals,

by the way, with no romantic or
, histm-iral associations that. I can

discover to be- accepted for bet
& ter or for worse?
"J For better is our sincere; hop
in the United Kingdom. Already
in one direction the ins are
propitious.
Despite uncertainties and rumb-
ling "rivalries all over the world,
' commentators are already point
in "-to ian, enterprise which In
1957 wilt be shared by. all na-
. tiens. whatever their pout leal
i colour. j - r
, "The ereat scientific societies ev
erywhere. Britain's own Royal So-
rietv among, them.' have a com.
jnon stake in the Internationa Geo-
ohvsicaK Year, starting in July
with projects purely and beautiful beautifully
ly beautifully distinct from the bickerings of
this fretful JLarttu -
RECONNAISSANCE ABOVE
, THE CLOUDS
Americans and Russians work
Ing in scientific harmony. to launch
artificial: satellites to circle: t h e
Garth and signal back to it, will
co-ordinate their plans with Brit
ain's project for sending instru
ments' into the upper atmosphere
with, high-powered rocket?
In the Antarctic, where the Com
monwealth nations lead, Russians
and Americans will co-ope r'a t e,
too. .'.', '"
What glories of the universe wily
be revealed as the year goes on,
the ordinary man can only guess
at. 'V-? : '' 'T'-,., t
....Some of the findings f are per pertain
tain pertain to be mteeerelogical, to .we
in Britain need hot give up hop hoping
ing hoping that such a multitude of i
counsellors will do something to
. stabilise our weather. : j ,.
We ar rarely in doubt about
forecasting ; by the Air Ministry
nd the Meteorological Office has
been brought to a fine art.

Republican leader :
5 Fails To Support H
AaT!cni.rnn! Dy OOP
x WASHINGTON, Feb. 23 (UP)
Senate ; Republican Reader Wil-
liam : F. .Knowland (Calif)- made
. it -clear today he will not support

j a JGOPfSponsored amendment to
restore the original language of
President Eisenhower's Middle

-.East resolution.
The ,. amendment, intrQduc
; Thursday by Sen. Ralph E.
; Flanders ( RVt), would restore
wording to "authorize" the Presi President
dent President to use American troops, if
necessary, to check Communist
aggression in the Middle East.
j The Senate debated for the
fourth' day a modified version of
the 'resolution which would t de-
clare. that the United States is
"prepared to nse armed, forces"
specific advance authority which
. Mr. Eisenhower asked.
Knowland' told newsmen '.after
Flaqders introduced his amend-
ment that the resolution as it now

stands "is satisfactory to 4bei
adminisration and I expect to
support it."

; He made it clear that Flanders
was acting, on his 'own atone jnd
. that Senate Republicans would
not take a party line stand on
k. .......

President Elsenhower' has. said
he will accept the change made
'by the Democratic-controlled Sen-

. aie foreign neiauons ana Arinea
' Services committees. Most Senate
u members of both parties support
. the modified version.
But Flandera,vsaid the "author--lty"
originaUy sought by .the
' President had "been, replaced ,by
the "vaguest kind of language

which seems to deny our (theJ

. Senate's) responsibility but leaves
I ui free to criticiie.'r i i-'
' i-' The Administration has made It
J clear, on the -advice of Senate
GOP leaders, that it wants no
part of an all-out .fight and a
bad beating in any move-to

; restore the. original language.

.The House overwhelmingly n-
proved the orieinal laneuaee pro

posed by Mr. Eisenhower., : ''1, after alL

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" Electrdnic methods are now be
ing.. used. According to the latest
annual report of the Meteorologi Meteorological
cal Meteorological Office, a new British Ferranti
Mercury computer, to be installed
soon t the Punstable research
station., will in much lss than
three hours calculate the weather
tor 24 hours ahead. n
' What we want, though, is a ma
chine that will bring rain or shine
to order, so that those glorious
summer days beloved by our over
seas guests in May. June. July
and August, will carry on far jnto
September and October.
FAREWELL TO THE SPITFIRE
JSveii the electronic computers,
I see, cannot be relied on yet for
information on cloud heights and
thickness and the consequent pos possibilities
sibilities possibilities of rainfall. ,i.
For facts of this sort we still
have to depend largely on aircraft.
This is a sad reminder, bv the
way, ,thatN the last three Spitfire
fighters, of the kind used in the
Battle of Britain, are being with
drawn from this work by the Air
Ministry in the next few weeks, to
oe replaces oy Mosquitos.
Now the Royal Air Force will
have ojaly one Spitfire left of that
noble company of 22,759 Spitfires
and. Seafires (the naval version)
which helped" more than anything
else to save the free world in 1940.
. The only one left is SL542. used
X to load the Battle of Britain fly
past ever Buckingham Plact.
: It will make, only oho flight a
year.' -
Talking of flying, we can expect
1957 to be a great year in the air.
Britain is now exporting aircraft
to the tune of more than 100,000,-
000 pounds annually..
1 Our biggest r overseas customer
in the first eleven months of 1956,
which brought in 97,314,399 pounds
was the United States with 15,400-
000 pounds worth. Australia was
second with 10,400,000 pounds.
LON DON Al R PORT RECORD
Passenger traffic, too, is "'soar "'soar-inn
inn "'soar-inn in everv sense, v
When Mrs. Kathleen Maxwell ar arrived
rived arrived at London; Airport- the other
day, she was hailed as-the three-
millionth traveler toY use tnis vast
international rendezvous in twelve
months. i
This beats alt-Trecords and puts
London Airport high in the list of
the Hvorld's airway terminals.
. The fine hew buildings, opened
by Queen-Elizabeth II early in 19 19-56,
56, 19-56, have-speeded up the handling of
pa$sengers and their luggage. Ma-
nt nvprspaa vifiitnra hnvp rprentlv
praised the efficiency which en-
anies tnem to taxe on on interna international
tional international flights within 30 minutes of!
arriving at the Airport a stream streamlined
lined streamlined service w,hicK WQuJd be,, dif difficult
ficult difficult to bea anywhere.. -'
SHIPBUILbERS BUSY
.'i .
Britain's : shipbuilders are also
warming their hands in the glow
of big orders. They say that 600, 600,-000,000
000,000 600,-000,000 pounds, worth of new ships
are on .the orde books roughly
6,000,000 tons and berths every everywhere,
where, everywhere, except in some of the
smaller yards, are fully booked un until
til until i960. :
The significant fact is that so
many foreign owners are return returning
ing returning with heavy contracts fo1- B,-it-ain,
which Is now able to offer de delivery
livery delivery dates comparable wun a..y
yards abroad
The Clyde is holding its lead ov
er-other British yards,; Orders
placed with the famous Scottish
managements assure prosper i t y
for the workers for a long time to
come. 'i
Twenty-six of the 85 ships on or
der will be oil tankers,' totalling
more than 415,000 tons.,
? FUTURE PROSPECTS
But shipbuilding is only one of
the industries ii which the work
ers are beginning to feel the warm
rays of prosperity
Pay all round went up for
more than 12.P00.000 worker In
tha United Kingdom during 15.
The Ministry o Labour Caietto
reports that in the first alevon
months 12.41S.000 employea re re-coivod
coivod re-coivod an average rito of about
ton shillings and fivopanco a ;
wook.
To a non-mathematical layman,
this appears to outstrip the rise in
the cost of living, judging by the
index rates for .wages and retail
prices wun June, 1347 rted at
100 -rhe wage- index In November
was 465; and that for retail prices,
158.' .. -.;
,For these prizes' the workers are
putting all they have into the ef effort
fort effort to increase production, as ex export
port export figtHTs testify. j
Most .industries tell the same
It 17 of exports climbing like the
proverDmi oeansiaix. ine year i i-57
57 i-57 jnay be romantic and historic-

for reterrationt ?
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REDISCOVERED Barbara
Rush is once again on the road
to stardom in Hollywood after
an earlier career flop. A series
of roles in mediocre films
brought an abrupt halt to what
had been a promisi ngj career.
But better parts promise now
to bring -her to higher levels of
film fame, N
Organizers' Rights
In South Have Been
Denied. Union Claims
WASHINGTON", Feb, 23 (UPJ) -The
FL-CIO Textile Wortcpr
Union said today that elemen elementary
tary elementary civil rights" of its members
and organizers have been con
sistently denied in many communities,;-
particularly :in the South.'
- "Perfectly Orderly .and peaceful
union spokesmen are regularly
beaten -, up or subjected to bther
forms of violence, forcibly ejected
or nade victims of planned end
instigated mob terror or violence
in many if .not most, textile com communities
munities communities in the United States,"
it said;
The1 charges were" contained in
a statement filed by the Union's
General. .Counsel,? Benjamin Wyle,
and two other officials with a
House Judiciary, .subcommittee
considering civil rights legisla legislation.
tion. legislation. The subcommittee will re resume
sume resume hearings Monday after a
10-day recess.
The union also charged that Its
members ''are effectively refused
the right of free speech by dozens
of different tactics of intimida intimidation,
tion, intimidation, economic discrimination or
plain, brute force."
It said these' "violations of
constitutional rights" have been
going on for years Imd have'. no
"direct connection" with contro controversies
versies controversies over race relations.
The union urged, amendments
to pending civil rights bills to
provide protection from interfer interference
ence interference in disseminating views or
recruiting members 'in a lawful
organization or cause." !. p

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THE STWD

N. Carolina Marinesr Begin
Jungle Training At Sherman,

Onevhundred and tweniy ma
rines from Amphibious Training
Group, 1-57, began a week -of
training at the Army's only
junglb-Warfare. Training center
at Fort Sherman Monday with
classes on subjects ranging from
constructing shelters to recog
nizing Xer de lances.
.- The marines, who are sl-'"
tloned at Camp LeJe mi e,
North Carol'na, were joined by;
16 Brazilian Army1 offSoers who.
are studying the 20ttt Infan.
try's methods of Jungl? train training.
ing. training. ,- v
On hand to greet the new ar-
klvals was Col. Frank D. Miller,
commanding officer of .tne.20tn
Infantry Regiment, who out outlined
lined outlined the function and objec objectives
tives objectives of the training center
Funeral Set ;
ForJEx-Premier
. fVV.' 4i .- ''"J.'-i' '-'S'l''','"'
Of Yugoslavia
BELGRADE, Yugoslavia (UP)
Funeral arrangements rwere being
made today for wartime xugosiav
exile Premier Milos Tnfunovic
I who died yesterday at the age
of 86.- '
Tnfunovic headed the Radical
Party, the strongest political par
ty until mo came vo power,
CARNIVAL
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Black Movie-Black & White or Color
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in preparing; for the role they
will fill in the Joint-Army-Navy-
Air F orce Exercise f. CAKIB-EX,
to be conducted In April,, the
marines will ain experience in
such skills as recognizing edible
and inedible slants, construction
of various type of shelters, dis.
tineulehina: poisonous from non
poisonous snakes, and many oth
er principles of jinigie survival,
i One of the most essential of
these- principles i was put Into
practice during the first day of
training as the marines; divided
into groups, tried their hand at
jungle navigation. Running; the
compass course both In daylight
and at night they learned that
distances and xiirections In the
lungle can be extremely decep deceptive.
tive. deceptive. , '
The animals .of the Jungle
Warfare Training Center proved
their utility once again as they
were used in classes to give the
newcomers a first hand chance
to learn to recognize- the inhab inhabitants
itants inhabitants of the Jungle that might
be encountered.' The principal
point illustrated was, iha.t un unless
less unless .wounded or frightened, they
were not dangerous to man, ;
The Wprld'$ Finest
Automotive Finishes
Lacquers t
'Undercoats
Thinnfrs RetarderS
Rust Wax and
Silicone Removers
EXACT COLOR MIXING
SERVICE
SERVICIO DE
PINTURIAS
No. 13 "Q" St.
front to the Colpan Motors
' Repair Shoo
Italian style cheese!;
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Florida Slate II;
Courses Here Draw
Record Enrollment
The ffrst term, of Florida State
University classes to be offered
in the Canal Zone began Mon Monday
day Monday of this week with 1 a total
enrollment of 194 tn eight class

es, J. Richard Clark, educational
director,. U.S.4 Army Caribbean,
announced this yeek. :
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This is the highest enrollment
In the Armed Forces College
Program her In two years.
; The classes scheduled for the
next term which beeins on April
15 are already being planned and
the schedule Is expected to be
published '-within the hexS two
weeks. It Is expected' that addl-l
tlonal classes will be of fered for
me next term.
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(even if he wouldn't boil
water in- the house)

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for everyday wear
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Folding CHAIRS $
Picnic Folding TABLES ....$17.7
Picnic Folding BENCHES 8.2
BUTTERFLY CHAIRS ...$19.5(t

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, MfATfeCrf. AND MRS. LOUIS T. HEATH OIVB,
J-plKNEa PARIir f OR TH MONTAGUHS

MaJ. Gen. and Mm. Louie T.. Heath rave a dinner party
at thtlr Ouarrv Hehrhts' Quarters last nlsrht in honor Of tbe

-Mf l ut Caribbean Command and Mr Robert M. Mon

tagu.
Gaeata who attended were Mr. and Mr. Bruce Carpenter.
Mr. and Mrs. Leigh Cramer, Mr, and Mm. Robert Boyd, Mr.
and Mm Tom Of lesby, Mr. and Mm. Brack Hatler, Mr- and
Mr. Seollay Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Jaek Graham.

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CM. And Mrf. Bruce
I Give Luncheon
Fer Visitors
J -' Col. and Mrs. Charles 0. Bruce
gave a luncheon at their home in
Herrick Rd.. Ancon on George

' Washington's Birthday in.honof of

'"Mr. and MM. entries it. naira

and Dr. and Mrs. I, S. Falk.

i Mf. and Mrs Baird If vifliflttg

"from Pennsylvania until Monday.

Dr. and Mrs. Falk are here for

an indefinite period. Dr. Falk.

' well known medical economist is-

here at the invitation of Governor

" William E. hotter and neaitn ui

rector Bruce to make a compre compre-'
' compre-' hensive study of Canal Zone Health

.1 Services.

Each notice Mr inclusion in mm
column ahMl be" Submitted i IA,
type-written eriti and mailed
the baa number Ilitee) dally IM S
eial and Otharwiia."' eft delivered

by hand to tho office. Notices of.

meeting cannot bo ecceptad by
telephone

5 Mr. and Mrs. Dtfffleld 1
Visit Lt. Gov. and Mrs.

Mr. and Mrs. Diclcioson C. Duf-

Sehull

4

field of West Hartford, Conn. are
I viiinff T.t dnv anil Mm Herman

w. Schull Jr. for the weekend..
iThey are on a Caribbean tour,
and will proceed to Caracas after,
f the weekend.

Neva to Packed House -,

The Ft. Clayton Theater W
4 packed to overflowing for the Girl

scout rageant, was neia inurs-

. day night to celebrate the 100th an

.nlversary of the birthday of the

t founder of Scouting Lord Baderf'

fowell.
M
" Governor and Mrs. William E.
i Potter headed a group of dlstin dlstin-tguished;
tguished; dlstin-tguished; guests who attended and
'.enjoyed the show.

Winners el Prtxes
At Fireman's Ball
A policeman scooped the pool at
the.. Fireman's Ball, which was

held at the Hotel 1 Panama Sat- pf Clayton Y
urday night. He won the first urn u;u.. s

prize a 35 mm camera, projecto r.....u u

screen, which had been donate 1 t;
by Kodak Ltd. I The Fort Clayton N.C.W. WlVel
. . ... ..Club will hold their monthly o-
The second prize, a 17-piece sil-' m,fitinff Ti.fisHav. at 4:31

w laviix was wuu uy uuie,-nm i.ih.MPn flnon Mmi h

Simpson, daughter of Sat .Richard f". t .ttii

u. aimpsun or me r ire yepan- ment hay been pUnned.
ment. Mercurios had donated the,'

silver..;-" ; : ', :'

Mr. and Mrs. J. Major won the .

third prize, a weekend at El Pa-, If PV Veil r fialtUrfiS

nama. which was a gift of the ho-!

t?L.

Visitors Enoy

BOquete

Among guests who have recent

ly. stayed at the Hotel PanamoL-

te, Boquete are Mrs. and Mrs

George Benz from Minnesota; Mrs
Johanne De Ruiten from Panama;
Mr. Federico Bawer from Pana Panama:
ma: Panama: Mr. T. H. Vandermmer from

Panama: Miss Sarita Davidson

from Panama; Miss Yvonne Nuni,

rrom Manama; Mr. raw lunzei

from Panama; Mr. and Mrs. Ma Manuel
nuel Manuel Franceschi from David, Lt,
William Fritsch and Mrs. Fritsch

from Fort Amador; Mr. Arthur

KOps and Mrs. Kops from Balboa
and Mr. and Mrs. Jose R. de la
Guardia from Panama.

Community Sing
Tonight at 1 :30 will mark the

beginning of the annual SDA
evangelistic meetings, to be held
this year at the Big Gospel Tent
at Rio Aba jo, next to the SDA
church. Special feature during

these meetings will be a period
of "community sing" which Will

precede each night's lecture.

The lecture, entitled "The
Crash of Nations and the Flight

of Peace' will be delivered by
Owen U. Holness, outstanding
evaneelist of Jamaica. BWI. who

is visiting on the isthmus and
will be guest speaker at this
meeting.

Inmates Of Foifnsr ;

.Approve ,1

iWAtPpLE, "Mass. "(tJP

isi eoruary 4uu prisoners were
moved from the nation's --"most
anuant bastille to a new $9,000,-

w-- prison t. oere,--. ana f inmate
Thomas A. Vicrollo ) 'teoorin

at i. .

,mer isD i a man m oere woo

reerets the chance. i, .

:''We would Question his inntt.v if

ne ,aia,-'i saia vigrouo, wno Ituied
a hun during a, tobbery and now is
editor of the prison, newspaper.
The Mentor. - i-:

Riott i and 1 elt-dowcs and the

"CherrV Hill Revolt" "were synon

ymous With the Chariestown -State

Prison Until its abandonment, and

Vigrouo admitted that even the

prisoner expected trouble at Wal-

There hasn't teen a riot id Sev

en months at Walpole and Vlg-

rollo, in an article for the Mentor,
wrote that the reason is r"the ac acquisition
quisition acquisition of self-respect.
"The "rooms are large ana airy
compared to the tiny, suffocating
niches', which housed over 3500

inmates at the old bastille i 1 tt d c

its erection in 1808." he -wrote.

"At South WalDOle the men can

bathe" "add shave daily Two sets ,of

Clothing are washed ana pressea
weekly, plus art unlimited amount

of whites' wasnea wua b wse!
made to the Inmate. j
"iTh tftnd. in comparison to the

fare of the bastille, is better than

the--average restaurant, as was

evidenced by tms anernoons
meat of fried chicken, mashed po

tatoes, peas, lemon jeuo, nreaa,
buter ajhd coffee.

This is probably me oniy max-

imunl i: prison in .me h couiurr

where Cell doors are open u
7 a.m. to 8 p.m., thereby allowing

the men to recreate in me yaru oi
Mortioinatn in anv of the 15 en

tertaining programs available for

them'
He said the majority of men are

"long-termers witn a large
centage of Wers who must, serve

. minimum nt Zl Vears ucwic

. ...y....... -- -- . ..

coming -eugime ior
kopa msn ocounv positions OI

responsibiUty and trust.

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(CONTINVED ON PAGE 8) The pubfic Is invited.

'3'-

beautiful hair color

sold in aj.l
pharmacies'

USED BY THE BEST
BEAUTY PARLORS
O it COLORS
O it CONDITIONS
O it CLEANSES

and it does, ALL THREE at one and

C O lO R S H AMPOO THE same timei
DISTRIBUTORS IN PANAMA
JULIO V OS, S. A.
Second Diagonal (Old "A" Street) No. 1-XI Box No. 297 TeL l-971 ?

Florida Chemist
Supplied Palitlo's

Wife Vith Drugs L

LONDON (tP) A Florida
chemist t e s t i f i e d in a written
statement today that he supplied
American sociey beauy Joanne
Connelly with dexadrine, tuinol
and soneryl between 1947. and 1952
..t ntt hor sntinlv when he

found odt s'ha'was obtaining the

drugs from other sources, as wcu.
The s tatetn'ent 1ty chemist
Charles T- Newell of Palm Beach,
-em. raA In eniirt in the

fourth day of 7 Tibet suirtrought

by. Joanne a HttrangeofrUMsuouu,
Bolivian tin heir Jaime Ortiz Pa Pa-tino,
tino, Pa-tino, against the London Sunday
Graphic. '- ,4
Patino claims the paper libelled
him by giving only Joanne's ver version
sion version of their stormy marriage.
Newell's statement was read bf

Patlno's lawyer, Gilbert neyiua.
He said that Joanne used "rath "rather
er "rather strone language" when he cut

off her drug supply.

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OFFICERS OF FT. GULICK NCO WTVES The Port Gullck Non-Commigsioned Officers Wiw rhih ,Jti ''
lation Dance last Saturday night at the Fort Oullck NCO Club, -these ladles are IhS ?nSL f Nno2fI,S5?u!.

officially Installed during ceremonies at the

secretary. Mrs. Josephine Orsim. treasuret

Stahowiak who are members of the Board

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Jamestown Settlement Will Be

ViewedBy

aa,Tice..The3r are-(left to Jiffhti Mra:. w.,H,'"-i:ir:"? :i,l;e wnqwera

i nd Mra. Deia Vin as.-Mr. .t::7, TZTSZ?.: ttBlJ Tioia Hirn.

i

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ATTRACTION

. t

ahnwal

. at the luxurious
INTERNATIONAL
HOTEL
"GRILLE"

with the

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True exponents of the infections
r rtyihms of tbe land of

DEBUT
Tomorrow Monday

ALSO . -,.
PAPITO BAKER
and bis rb1hm r

Feb. 25 10:30 p.m-

NOTE: The "Miraba QHartet',

. iB be presented erery illicit..
Enjoy your canural! Bat enjoy it to the fullest at ocr place-. 1 iariaz CarniTaL
wfaere lansbter, laletj and lots of mnsic winprevaLL st ''"

J AM ESTOW :N. Va. fUP)-

SOme thing like 2 million Ameri Ameri-see
see Ameri-see the place where 104 men and

cans will come here ,this year to
boys founded the first permanent
English settlement in North Amer

ica 350 years- ago,

Virginians have put, much time
and effort Into this observance of

the beginning of our nation! and,
if Cad. John Smith and his l7th

Century nana oouid. return, they

would find much that is la miliar.

At anchor alontf the west bank

of the James are replicas of the
three tiny sailing ships, ; Susan
Conjtant, Godspeed 'and Discovery,-
thai bore them"; across the
Atlantic. -::' s'- - i ;
A wooden path leads from the

ships to a duplicate of the tort, ana

the' crude shelters built by the' col

onists that first summer in 1607

Generally unknown is that only 38

survived the next winter they
had not raised or stored sufficient

food and the island site they chose

was swampy and msect-inlestedt

, The" first two women did not ar

rive until the 'next year. And ittj

was also not until then that the

colonists, desperate, accept

ed Capt. Smith as their leader. At

liirst they had found him too sure

of himself.

Close to the colonial reproduc

tions is -an ultra-modern festival

park with two large pavilions

housing exhibits dating from the

15th Century to the present.

None of the replicas or exhibits

are on the actual island where the;

first A settlement: was founded.

There can still be seen the old
Jamestown church, built in 1639,

with three -walls stui standing, vi

President Eisenhower will come

here ftffav 13 for the celebration of

the anniversary aate of the lana lana-ing.
ing. lana-ing. 1
Britain's Quee Elizabeth is ex ex-Dected
Dected ex-Dected in September or October

although this is not final. Her visftJ P
probably will not coincide with a'"

mericans

full-dress reenactment Of the Bat Battle
tle Battle of Yorktown where Cornwallis
surrendered to Washington.
Ancient militia organilationsi
from various states have been In Invited
vited Invited to act as the tro6ps in thit

mock battle. Those of British ori ori-sin
sin ori-sin will tflkft the -part of the Had.

coats and several National Guard

units will portray the French con contingent..
tingent.. contingent.. Each phase of the battle,
complete "with cannoit and -musket

fire and file and drum; wiu be re
en a rturl .... .-..,.-,.,, ...-! ir..... ..

There ill illso ha,. a naval re

view in June with' foreign 0oun!

tries invitedto send ships to, the

Hamptorf 1 R6adsr area. v
Public Prolesling

WASHINGTON (UP)-The gov.

ernhent is about to' crack down
on alleged misleading advertising

on television.
i
TV sleuths of the Federal Trade

Commission have been scanning

commercials since last October,

matching for violations of govern

ment rules against fraudulent or
fraudulent or Unfair, advertising)

complaints have poured in from

the -public, mainly objections to

such things as making a -woman

look like an angel Ji she uses talc

beauty preparation, and a "hound
dog" if she uses another.

The FTC has as yet issued no

formal complaints its first step
toward getting out "cease and de desist"
sist" desist" orders to stop undesirable
practices.-.'-1 ;
But T. Harold Scott, head of the
radio-TV, unit, rtold the United

Press to watch for the first cases

soon. .- ;

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TBE STJNDAT AMERICAN
gWPAT, FESattTAAT S4, WW
Social and VfKf
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Th Canal Zone Gem and Mine Mine-jri
jri Mine-jri Society met Jast night and
lira. Patsy Jlyan,' president,.' who
Jus returned from a States, vaca vacation,,
tion,, vacation,, ga vov aa account of her trip
Rd contact made veith other
jqrkhoi)nd, 1, 1 1 ;
t JUuporti, fls wer glvea to the
twe W' tripf i held Jhla p i;
month, -j !..-.- k
i At the last meeting O., K. Wor-
ley gavf an interesting talk., on
Wl?m toneiiWostpf these
tqmtjledv stones ,: were, found, pp
iie.d trips Made locally and "were
evidence of whit material can be
S)upd hera on thi Isthmus, The
otaby of making jewelry from
these stones hat fained wide widespread
spread widespread emilsrity in the United
States. t they lend themselves
to various interesting combinations
with no two arrangement! alike.
The Worieya art rightfully prqua
of their atones ana ere elwayi
trilling to how them .t anyone
who may be interested.
Danny Rudga and Bob Stewart
' hate oeea siiowing specimens of
rhodonite which they located in
the Jotjueron River area, Thay
kayo generously given samples to
Other club members, and it is hop hop-ad
ad hop-ad that mora wiU pa available as
time goes on.
' "The welcome mat is always out
for any visitors to eome ana visit
; withe tha group on the fourth 1'ri-
r

fen Churches, Represented
At f.icotinfj Of Auxiliary

Ait enthusiastic gatharlir v
more thaa lit -woman from
diffefeRt churohes of tlse
mar canal Zone Missionary Dlsr
trlct of the Episcopal Church
Auxiliary, which convened at
:m cm&xti Qt st.-tka in
con, Rt a day-long
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ric Other Starters

m IT Stud Buena Fe's speedy Gonetino, tresh from
easy victories in shorter distances, will attempt to make
iiiMree in row when he goes after his first mile victory
ifclPanama in the featured $1,000 race for firstand sec second
ond second series imported thoroughbreds at the President Re
qgon racetrack thii afternoon.

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CJfAetino. Alfredo Vasquez has the
leffruifcon Alhajar. Ruben Vasquez
M11 gnide Mossadeq. Virgilio Cas Castillo
tillo Castillo will do the booting on Patan.
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ment on Melendez and little Hclio Hclio-doro
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figure to be the mutuels choices
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make, their debut in the special
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breds thoroughbreds An the fourth race- A total
of ten prospective thrillers are in included
cluded included on the program.

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1 Amat
i Chlt
S Pangone
4 Hence
5 Radical
6 Klnf
7 Lifeboat
8 Miehiripa
f-lOlher
10 Patan

Bar 1 on

Foiletito
Mr jack

, Lady Edna
v Camberweli
Mar Stuardo
' Crewi Hill
Lanero

Alhajar

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Presents Today an
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The Panama Riding School 'Horse Show'
Directed by: Fred Rudesheim
Program:

i)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
10)
11)

Maxine Conover (Carencito) and Gaby Fiedericks (Danu

pair jumping with and without saddle.
Texas Ed, roping one of riders.
Bunny "Murset (Mitzi) jumping all jumps eight-year-old girl.
Joan Ross, trick riding, side of horse and standing up at gallop,
Ricky McDonald (Gay Ariel), bucking.
Nancy Askew (Bella) jumping all jumps.
Texas Ed, riding, vaultine and dragging, etc
Janice Scott (Snotzel Puss), jumoing all jumps. .'
Dodv Moses (Rnsty), lumping all iumns. A
T ;nd Malone (FunT). jumning and sudden stopping.
Fred Rudesheim (Gav Ariel), no hands jumping.
TV show will begin afte the eiehth race.
() Names of horses which have been racers. ..,.

on

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and Exciting Horse Show . Today al

PRESIDENT REMON RACE TRACK

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Fights 1 4 Can t Forget ;

Stay Here

WARMING UP West Virginia's Hot Rod Hundley got off to
a slow start, headline-wise, but his recent play has put him
back, in the top strata of college basketball heroes, The 6-4
Hundley's style combines rebounding, shooting and comedy

Race Track Graded Entries

P.P. Hon.

Jockey

Comment

Oddi

1st Race 6th Series Imp. 6 Fy. Purse $400 Pool Closes 12-45
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 Rutllante
2 Morenote
3 Alminar
4 Barlyon
5 Amat
6 Semlpleno

F. Alvarez 108 Early speed only
H. Ruiz 10O Glue factory material
B. Baeza 103 Could improve
A. Ycaza 118 Will fight it out'
A. Vasquez 118 Hard to beat here
O. de Leon 110 Reportedly ready

4-1
30-1
4-1
2- 1
3- 2
3-1

2nd Race "G" Natives 6 Fgs. Purs $275 Pool Closes 115
2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 Chlto A. vasquez 115 Usually disappoints
2 Ebony D. Cortez 108 Recent efforts fair
3 Filon F. Godoy 108 Could pay off here T
4r-Que.Llndo J. Phiilips 113 Group seems tough
5 Folletito H. Gustines J07x Dangerous contender"
6 San Cristobal R-. Vas. 110 -Better this week $m

l-yTXL 'FTU H. Ruiz 10$ -mmprovmr steadilyrE

"V-

3rd Race "E'

NatiTcs' I Fgs. '-Thiiie-im:''-ONE
TWO

Pool Close

1 Kalalu F. Alvarez 113 Was never better
2 Ika R. Vasquez 118 Distance to liking
3 Black Bee H. Gustines I02x Must go lower
4 Carlota S. Hernandez I02x Not with this rider
5 Soiito G. Sanchez 112 Could score at price
6 Pangola F. Gatica 113 Hard to beat here

. 3-2

8-1

10-1

"3-1

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1:45

3-i

3-1

10-1
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4,1
3-5

Jack Snarled

So Tunney Count Weniiol4-

' By Hat pLeischkr

Written for NEA Service
NEW YORK (NEA) Referee

Dave Barry stepped. In as Gene
Tunney slumped to the canvas, had

Iy hurt from Jack Dempsey's tfwo-

nanded attack.

"Go to a neutral corner. Jack."

Barry said. ,''

"l stay, here," snapped Demp-,

sey, wun a scowl.

; TUriney had fallen directly over

my press row seat and I heard the

exchange between Dempsey and

Barryr clearly. The referee had
come up, arm ready to start the
count then realized Demosev was

rfiot moving.. He took-Jack by the

arm, nut it was a couble of val-

uapie seconds before Dempsey

cleared out and the .count could

be started.

; This was. af course.-, the seventh

round oi. ,tne second, Dempsey

Tunney fight, at Chicago. Sept

?2, 1927.: Foi most of six rounds,
Dempsey was in trouble with
Tunney. He simply could not

catch Gene and .was taking' a eood

lacing wnue trying it,

the

seventh,

the

Tint ItArA in

famed-- killing power in Demp

sey's, Osts had exploded. He hurt

Tunney with a left hook,, then a

short right fncreed Oenp'a' hrain

I A terrible battering stacked Tun

ney against the 'ropes, where he

took asf murderous a left hook, as
ever seen. then a series of short

rights before going down.

It was to be 14 seconds before

Tunney came off the floor. That

was my count and that is the way

it. will, remain, in. my. history.

Others have argued that Tunney

was down for nearly 30 seconds.

Fourteen it was, and it probably

was the most valuable space of
time in Tunney's life, v Dempsey

wanted things his way the old

way standing directly over

fallen opponent and hitting him

the moment his knee left the can

vas.

4th Race Natives 4 Fgs.
"Non-Winners"

Purse $250 Pool Closes
QUINIELA

B. Aguirre 115 Royal Coup Shelia Rhea
R. Cristian ,112 Count Curley-Cluany

1 Presidente
2 Henco

3 Pichoto G. Vasque2 103x Good early-speed

4 La Rubia H. Ruiz 104 Apparently outclassed
5 Angelita B. Baeza 106 Hasn't shown' much
6 (Mr. Jack G. Sanchez 112 Counf Curley-Ersatz
7 (Royal Sweet J. Gongo. yo Royal Coup-Sweet Corn

2:20

512

2-1
4 1
101
8-1
2-1
2-1

, 5th Race "B" Natives 6 Fgs. Pdrse $350

1 Lady Edna G. Sanchez 113 -Nice rape in.last
2 Joe F. Alvarez 114 Distance handicaps
3 La Enea O. de Leon 100 Nothing recently
4 Radical A. Vasquez 118 Distance to liking J
5 Destello R. Vasquez 11 5 Excluded from 'betting

Pool Closes 2:55

3 2
3-1
5-1
EVEN
xxxx

6th Race 5th Series Imp. $ Fgs. Purse $50 Pool Closes" :35
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE r

. 1 Dun R- Cristlna 110 Improving steadily
2 Distingo F. Alvarez 113 Will set the pace
3 Cartillero O. de Leon 110. Rates good chance
4 King H. Gustines 11 Ox Looked good in last
5 Camberweli B. Baeza 108 Form indicates ...

5-2
5 4-1

7th Race 5th Series Imp. 9 Fgs.Purse $506

, 2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Cachafaz A. Ycaza 11R -Should beaf these
2 Mrs. Halllgan J. Jime. 198 Nothing to recommend
3 Meaereum -' H. Ruli 115 i-Early speed to spare
4 Maria Stuardo A. Vas. 113 Ran well in last
5 Lifeboat B. Baeza 108 Could make it here
6 Fenix '. F; Alvarez 115 Racing to top form
7 Suzerain X. Dario 106 Could be upsetter

2

2-1

.V. ,. si
Pool Closes 4:65

Referee Barry wanted it accord

ing to the. rules. So' Tunney, try

ing to clear his head, came to. one
knee and waited as Barry, five

seconds late in starting the count,
reached nine .aXa-'. fx'-u i
Then Gene got ip And this Was
not a dull-minded desperate fight fighter
er fighter who reached his feet. The Tun
ney who came off the floor was,

STiLL FIGHTING Jack Dempsey and Referee Dave Miller ; ,,,,
wrangled over irkit wu neutral corner while Gent ,,,
Tunney rtarted pulling himself up, i .' s

instead, a smart fighter who ranks
with boxing's all time best, as a
master of the science.
Gene started circling the ring.

His legs moved, moved, moved,1

And he lured Dempsey into a mis mistake.
take. mistake. The old Dempsey would
have piled into him, both hands
shooting.: But the Dempsey who

lost this fight tried to stalk the
circling. Tunney. He followed
Gene's monotonous circles and

Tunney, heavyweight champ 1 o a,
was back in stride again,
The rest of the fight nad Tunney
in command. Dempsey. won Tnly
three of the 10 rounds. Mostly, b
didn't have the old fire and speed
to get, to the accomplished, con conditioned
ditioned conditioned xfghter who had taken hit
title at Philadelphia and now, re.

fused to give it up. ,.

There were 104,943 fans 'a Chi-

after a while found he didn't havcago's Soldier Field that night.

the speed to catch his man.

Dempsey then stopped In the
middle of the ring, put his gloves
down and snarled: "Quit your

running. Come on and fight.

; But Tunney would

Weakened, he' would

not gamble,

have been

no match Tor1 Dempsey. so, nei

kept pecking' with that left jab

and. moving on those beautifully

conditioned legs :f .his.
' Tunney lasted the round and in

the eighth, he broke out of his peck

ing with a short right chop which

put Dempsey on the floor. Gene

They paid a tremendous $2,658.-

660 to witness the battle,-
And the thrill,, from ''those U
seconds still carries ever in asy
memory.

' DON'T SO, TOO HARD
''.'''C''-'' d
South Bend, Ind. (NEA) An vv
body ready to hop on Terry Eren
nan, Notre Dame s football coach,
for, last year's dismal record record-should
should record-should .remember he was th
school's middleweight V e 1 1 a
champion in undergrad days. 4

2-1

15-4

5-1
21
3- 1
4- 1
5- 1

tth Race

"Special" Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $656
. -, QUINIELA

Pool Closes 4. -41

1 Grand Finish G. San. 113 Cbuld score In debut
2 Scintillation R. Vas. 113 rHas high rating
3 Celestial Fire B. Agui. 113 Serious effort too
4 Crewt HlU F. Gatica 105 Ready to win now
5 Miehiripa G. Vasquez 112x Should make it here
6 (Remoeada. J. Gongora-108 Bad trailer last
7 (Very good ' E. Dario 105 Some races fair-

Ith Race th Series Imp. I Fgs. Purse $466

, ;. ttt v ONE TWO
1 Rada 4 -' Fi Alvares 110---Not In this group
2 Lanero "J. Jimenest 113 Form indicates
3 Oliver A. Vasquet 112 .Dangerous contender
4 Soft Not- B. Baea 115 Would pay juicy odds
5 Riscal K. Flores 110 Knocking at door

6 Socorrito J. A Vila 120 Is in-end-outer

4-1
41
. 4-1
2.1
3-2

10-1

, 10-1

Pool Closes 5:15

7 Joe's Fiddling
Grlmllda.

B. 'AguL 115 Depends 00 start
E, Dario 115 Could be upsetter

5-1

2-1

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2 Patan V. Castillo 110 Prefers this rider $-2
3 Melendes V. Ortega 113 Returns In good shape 31
4 Alhajar A, Vasquec 120 Hard to beat now 3-2
5 (Gonetino F. Alrarex 122 Could go ail the way 3-2
(Mossadeq R. Vasquez US Better this week : 3-2(

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PACtftC'lWltKiiai'i tMGte id oh' even itdrtu after enariie,

l"Tencn, uie urai. untbci up u

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Lmerlctt-legion j., ii
unlor joollfte i i i : .1
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Friday Night's Eesnlt

inwricKOLegloftyj wcky Stalks

The -2 Lcilpnuaiiea xmc .y h

Ith tour runs in m oowm

ftn lhn. Hts-h -'SchooJMs nd

itir over' infcottd solace' In: the

MBrTodav theAmeriean Le-1

ftofi Mid'-ltickS1 Strike meet- at

tftlboa Stadium- at 2:00 p.m. The
fdcorwt -Oxajf titla ctnild :be aecia aecia--
- aecia-- d In'thts ttame as a victory for
Lucky; Strike Would place them
h a tommaaduijfT position ana
Lut ther-pressure' on" the Legion

rHTTirrliiV scattered three

its. hits: -asMieaield the Xegion
in fthiM. fdr'Jive' innlnes' and

rppoared to br'6n Iris 'fray to

f icorinjf mi secona winiuu..
'the week. .fc

Will Prt na naney viimh-

the game, powered a long homer
over Tenterfielder.rr-.Maristta's

Hfiart Roth nitcners erot lnro sev

eral jams tout a double play by
each .team :nd -tight pitching

limited the scoring iq .one -run
over the-f lrt tm a.d ft half in inning,
ning, inning, ?t r."
I -Mend want nt on a flv to ec-

4dnd base td open the' mxth end

Charley Ghasa singled, Mcoiaae

grounded out from short to first
with chase1 taking second base,
Ray;Nickisner bounced o. Suth Sutherland
erland Sutherland second .and Ihejsecond
sacker lost the grounds and all
hands wer safe with Chnae rac
ing .to third; -Nlfikisher stole-se-Ond
and the peg hit him pnrthe
legr and tolled into .'centerf lew
allowihg-Chase to scors the tirst
tvem' ? r ''., --(
( --( -Welch' singled to score Nick Nick-Islier
Islier Nick-Islier with thff second run. Ma Marietta
rietta Marietta slammed a hot slash down
third which More took with a
diving-catch but in trying tor
force at second his hurried throw
Went wild into-' the -.outfield.

Welch nulled ?tfn! at third and

Marietta went ? to second and'

both runners scored on Cola'

erande'S sham liner int o center

lor tne tnira ana lourin runs..

MMSlSlMM

By NEIL JOHNSTON
WrittM if NBA Ssrvice
' OUESf ibki The defensive team.

trailing, scraps for ths bslT and,
the-referee declares a jump. There
re only ,tour .-ecOht)i( leftM Does

th.ciocK Keep rimnniK wvuiug u
jurop7 ohnibbons'
AMwerf'Ttah Aha : it does not

art until' the ball ha:

y- n of the

start

touched

players

K ball has been

jumping lot n.

4 if Marty Marioa gets a Kari Kari-sal
sal Kari-sal City franchise In ,tha .National

Basketball Association, does tnst
mssa h will have J territorial
rights .to W1U The Stilt Cham Chamberlain?
berlain? Chamberlain? -Bernard Up., 7 n ,,
A.' Thst's ii squabWe' I woudh't
want any part of. Philadelphia
now-, has .rights,, to.,,, him uqdera
ruling passed two years ago in
which you can Claim a high school
star by declaring it four years
before he graduates from college.
But if a Kansas City franchise
came up, this certainly would
lead to a debate, at least, al although
though although Philadelphia has had
rights to him all along and Ihould
get him. ;?t.'. '3 ? !;?

Panama

Club News

By LESLIE

TEENY WEENY TOURNAMENT
March 9 and 10 Open the an an-nuardry
nuardry an-nuardry season tournament, En Entrance
trance Entrance fee will be $5. Th tournament-
starts Saturday morn-,
in at 0:j)O o'clock and ends at
4:30 p.Jn' on Sunday. rf-0 .-. t,
in Edition to7 ine toumaineht
there will be a grand get togeth

ning of gaturflayi March !)., food
and drljnks Will bft seryed outside
on the patid of, the Hotel Restin Restin-ga,at
ga,at Restin-ga,at the price" of $1 p,ef person.

Snappef and corbioa' are.jcotttj

ing jn. last, .juvery oay sarge ana
smalt boats come In with catch
eg Of between 40 ahd $6, Yester Yester-day
day Yester-day one small, boat brought in
20 corbina.,: al caught, behind

raboea; Th( snapper can ,.'M

seen boning on in ion or -me

water almost anywhere, between

San Jose and rapog.,, ,t: : ,

let's iret out. there -Mr the

weekend of March 9. Everybrie in
the Republla of panama and thj
canal Zone, is raylt4,..4S,oiuT
ther informatlop:;;calK KW s
Meissnef 2-3563, .Ted fehjdt
2-3019. 5 John McConaerh 2-8010

or DaylA,JSishop ?-i38i.

KEEPING THEM HONEST
New York t (tiEk) Clubs In

Sbuth Africa hve rules prohibit

ing caddies to approacn a oau in
the rough unless accompanied by

a player.' Ther reason :, caoaies ne
a lot on their' men. i ;

I Durfe singled with n out in

the top oi the-seventn and Trim Trimble,
ble, Trimble, walked but .pretto got Bar-

bier pinch hitting. lor More on
strikes .and Harley filed out to
end thj game. It was a tough

'loss for Harley who sutiered his
first defeat after posting two

wins while his mound Opponent

pretto picked p Jils second, win
Withdut a loss., ::Bdth pitchers

had excellent control- givmsf tip
6niy one BMe on balls;; Harley
struck out" rfour hatters -and
pretto lent' five men down on
Itrikes. . ,
L Charley1 breach- H the Mlah
School at the plate ana wis the
only batter to get more than one
hit in the Mine: :' Itt 'hli three

trips to the. plate French had a
homer and a two base lilt.

i Today the Legion- and Luckles
battle for the lead with Waily
Troot iiatea for-mouna autv for

the iMgiannMnB and Bert Joyce

for the Strikers. 1 '
' The box score:
Balboa High ' Ah R n Po A

French, cf r 3 X 2 O 0
Ryter,.rf. (,. 3 0 1 0,0

Sutherland 2b .v 3 0 0 4 ; 1
Winkloskyt is ... 3 0 0 3 4

tcirkland.i if : 8 a oil

Durfee, !'; 8; n 0 9v n
Trimble, e -2 O l 4 0

More. 3b... '..,.. l it) 0 0 2

Barhier .......... 1 n 0 0 0

Harley-p i.i. fl 0 ?0

JiMMf BAELlNv
' NfiW' YOftli: '(NfiA)'. Jt- is

big league- when the Boston CeltietH

start fixcitmg the usual sell-out
crowd or there-abouts, at Boston
dlfdeS: Sob Cbusy dribbles' bthihd
his baek-or faeds tt a teammate

or drivel -through In" a whirls

aa husmii soes ua ibt a re

bound and his. leap brings ror
trnm th. HwK,i,A "Bill Ch'....

thrdVS tip'sflft jump ishot which

go m almost jUasuaiiyV v: x
la6 New "York! prflfe-SsionaJ bis

kethau j? big. league, too, The
grade Ichool yoyngsters'folloW the
Knickerbockers; is closely as they

ao oaseDau. as a money maker,
the New; YOrtT franchise; with' Vs
Madison ; Squar ,Gardeny- Is -the
biggest in(th National Blskstblll

Assoeiatioff. i v ,i v

PHILADELPHIA too, has caught

nft Hflllnlv with hnmA-Tnum nrn.

ducr- making the, Warriors -chtK
in the department that, J counts :
paid admissions v- v
' Bttt when -the Fort-Wsvna.

tons aiinouneed they would switch
to Detroit-next' season, it pointed
oat how much of a job still remains
before the 11. year .--old1" league
reaches the. si toward which it is
growing. . f-v ...

The Pistons are starting all oven

wayhe as a team can, they now
'.U. 1.1 ja If -

me pruuivm w eaucaung a

Ameriean Legion

8 o n

Mead, b&

:Chase, it .";,. V.iv.i8 '1
McOlade. 2b S' 0
R. Nicklsher, c Ja a

weicn, it 1 1

Marietta,, cf .v..p3 1 1
Colaerartde, rf ," 3. o 1
Trout, 8b $9 0 0
Pretto, p 2 0 0

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as 4 ft is

it

, Score ty.Innidgs.oS,;jLrt

Balboa High iob 06d S 1 B 4
Amer. Legion 000 004 t 0

' ttihari. CONRADOSARCEANT

THE DIG PLAY OFF 15 THIS AFTERKOOII

SEE the FINALS

of lhe-2nd ANNUAL
El Panama INT'L-

-TENNIS

"CHAMPIONSHIPS!
' from 2 p.m.

i, SUMMARY. .Winning piH
r: Pretto 12-0)! Losinar Ditcher:

Harlev ri-l. Atruck out by I

Pretto 5, Harjey 4.. BasM. onvbitt. Cincinnati before long.

Owner Fred Zollhef.. for xsm

le, signed a six-year lease for the
etrmt Olympia at SSO.ooo a vear.

This is the type of promotional nut
a new teim must go on m order to
show fans it is not r hit-and-run
affair. And the Pistons despite past
pro charopionshipa and stature ,as
a top contender, are nothing more

uiaa aa added starter to Detroit.
HOCKEY IS THE BIG; THING
in the Motor City. Professional bas
ketball comes in the form of an
intruder. And the college game has
not been a big thing in hat city, in
recent, years. .The Pistons, then,
come out as nothing bigger than a
fledgling ooeration on whteh

has a lot of growing to do.

it ngures to te tne same for the
Minneapolis Lakers when the
switch they must, make to Chi-

Stadium has been dark for basket

ball in the past five years The col colleges
leges colleges play in their; own gyms. A
whole program of promotion. will
have to ba started by the Lakers

the teanl that Was synonymous

with r top basketball for so .long..
Syracuse sn wind ttt -asr tha

Kanial 13ity entry;lny. tim.oitl

owners want to sell to the MissoiH

ri- eomblne headed by Mlrty ara ara-rion;
rion; ara-rion; Rochester seems I cinch to!

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BIG SWINGER That's how
the golf world rates young Ken
Venturi.of San Francisco. Close
in the Matters and' Open as fen
amateur l&sV yesr,, he's I pro
now.

KEEP SWINGING
'New YoritlNEAl -i- tbli TJeme

ter, rookie Brooklyn outfielder, hit

a nume run oa ims uriL wuik as
a major leaguer against the Car Cardinals
dinals Cardinals last Sept. 19. But the day
before be had taken three strikes
without wiggling his bat.

balls: pretto l. Harley 1. Two

base hitM French. Home run:
French. Double plays; pretto to
Welch. Winklosky to Sutherland

4 Dttrfet.: Umpires: P. Oorrlgan

and, Hil7infer, Soortrj ,Meaa.

Time: 1:21.

The N.B.A has half the job done

People in the three big eastern ci cities
ties cities Boston, New York and Phi Philadelphiaaccept
ladelphiaaccept Philadelphiaaccept the glme al the

real thing. Nothing leis.

to met

But. the move to bigger cities around for the:

and arenas is only at the beginning either.
......... .f., .. 1 ... ,'";- ..

in other part's: The steady And of

times financially painful business

of selling I town on your team and

the league still must be started in

at least three spots. And within a
couple of seasons, the west coast
cities San frsnciseo and Los An
geles will he ready for the that

status with I lot of ground yet
to cover.
MAKE NO MISTAKES. Talent,

wise, this is a tremendous winter

sport. The cauber of play is fan

tastic at times. The best collegians

enter it yesr after year. -
But' H took professional football
30 yelrs to reach its present posi position.
tion. position. Ther is fir- reason why bas

ketball should expect to come any

quicker.-

This is a baby of a sport yet. and

an awful lot of people naven t been

iir first peek at it

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FAGK EIGHT
STTNfJAT AMERICAN
iUNDAT. rEBRUART 24'M3T
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
' THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE?
. FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 1-0?4q
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l:j Houses Apartments

4 -? FOR RENT: Furnished eha eha-i
i eha-i let for 2 months at "La Pra Pra-.
. Pra-. deri." Tolophono 3-5744.
lFOR RENT? Modorn turn-
1"
ished chalet. Call 3-5403, 7a.
- stieet.No. ii toif Hoig.us.
FOR RENT: Modorn House
on La Create, 3 bad 2 bath
roomt, living dining room
porch, gardon, garaga. With
car; largo guest or mil d's
room with bathroom. Hot wator
2 alrconditienod, all furnished.
Avo. G a b r i a I Duqua and
next stops to Via Espana. Tel.
3-1852.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Floor above
Casa Motta for offices. Call 2 2-2M8
2M8 2-2M8 2-2671, Panama.
OFFICES FOR RENT: Corn--or
of 32nd. Street and Avenida
Balboa. Include aircondition,
Janitor- service, light and wa water.
ter. water. Phone: Stompel and Gar Garcia.
cia. Garcia. 3-0238.
Properly Disposal
Announces 3 Sales
Of Surplus Hems
The property Disposal Office
announces three up-com i n g
sales of surplus property during
March and April. Bids for each
sale will be opened in building
No. 706, Coro2al.
The first-sale is March 11 at
9:00 a.mi for refrigerators, pneu pneumatic,
matic, pneumatic, tires, automobile and
tjuck inner tubes, heavy-duty
ranges and ovens, miscellaneous
pltfmbing equipment, windows,
doors, ladders, warehouse trail trailers,
ers, trailers, telephone cables, electric
ranges, water heaters, miscel miscellaneous
laneous miscellaneous pieces of steel and wood
furniture, kitchen utensils and
many ther valuable and useful
Items.
The second sale, also takes
place on March 11 at 10:30 a.m.
Tor sale is a mattress-making
plant consisting of a power fill filling
ing filling machine, automatic tufter,
double doffer and electric pick picker.
er. picker. The mattress-making plant
Is located In building No. 635,
Corozal.
April 8 at 9 a.m. are the date
and time of the third sale items
to be sold include one-half and
quarter ton trucks, two automo automobile
bile automobile sedans and, a station wagon.
For further Information call
the Property Disposal officer,
Corozal 4149,
Mer Arraigned
for P-H f
bM Wi!h Phy
"OTTUMWA, Iowo (UP) A
iRc'iT end her 3-week-old baby
rtmained in county jail -today be because
cause because authorities could find no
other place to house them.
Authorities said the mother,
Mrs. Violet Adams, 33, and her in infant
fant infant daughter would stay in jail
until she is arraigned Saturday on
a charge of passing bad checks.
, 'Sheriff Cliff Riley said the two
jere having a "fine time" In the
' jail's hospital ward. No other in in-hiates
hiates in-hiates were allowed near them.
Mrs. Adams was committed to
Jail earlier this week by Judge
Jarry Ziffren when she was un un-,
, un-, able to raise $1,000 bond on the
charge.
She refused to let welfare offi offi-.
. offi-. dais take the baby, Veima Drene,
from her, so both were confined.
The sheriff called Mrs. Adams,
who has seven other children, a
' "fine mother.'
He criticized Ziffren for sending
"her up here" in the first place.
. . i i .
Ktley saia Mrs. Aaimi snuuiu
have been released on her "word
bond."
"She wouldn't have gone any-
u;hrf hp sairl
Th. 'infant's father Ira 38. also'
was jailed. Six of their other chil-j
dren are m toster nomes nere ana
the eighth is with Mrs. Adams'
sister in Augusta, Ga., according!
10 tuiey.

j T Red Paper Claims

New War May See
Bombs Fall on US
MOSCOW, Feb. 23 (UP) The
Soviet newspaper Red Star said
today that if a sew world war
break out, atomic, hydrogen "or
even more powerful bombs coull
(all on the American continent.
. "In case of American aggres aggression
sion aggression with atomic or hydrogen
bombs," the newspaper said, "sim "similar
ilar "similar or even more powerful bombs
oukl fall on the American conti continent
nent continent which has been untouched in
past world war."
The Red Star article was writ written
ten written by Marshal K. C Moskalenko
la commemoration of Soviet Army
- and Nary Day. I
' He said tnat ice umierj Mates is
trynif o ereat a strong military
wartime in West Germany avt as
. to rlefelecL in caoe of war4 an at attack
tack attack on tho America a continent.

ATTENTION. G. I.I Just built
modem furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.,

FOR RENT: 2-bedroom a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, 2-bathrooms, large
- dinning and livingroom, separ separata
ata separata maid's room with bath,
garage, unfurnished, in high
cool locality, all screened, in
El Cangrejo. Telephone Of Office
fice Office hours 2-0321. After office
hours 2-3525. ? t.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished a.'
partment, private entrance.
Lovely residential section.
Large living room, .dining
room, two bedrdoms, two baths
maid's quarters, locked gar garage.
age. garage. Panama 3-0873,
FOR RENT: Completely furn furnished
ished furnished 2 bedroom apartment.
45th street No 2-113.
FOR RENT: contorrobie one
bedroom apartment, living
room, dining room, g a r a g e,
wasii iuj. 11.
FOR RENT: Large apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, porch, 2
bedrooms, large kitchen,
, ? h' -- it,
garage. Call Panama 3-3338.
Resorts
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1 866.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. de P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
Nothing to compare with HOTEL
PANAMONTE in cool BOQUETE.
Wira your reservation.
Alleged Victim
Slabbed To Death
Of Heart Attack
WASHINGTON (UP)-Chairman
John L. McClellan (D-Ark) warned
today that a year in jail may
await anyone who destroys union
records which the Senate rack racketeering
eteering racketeering committee has sub sub-pen
pen sub-pen a ed.
McClellan and Committee coun counsel
sel counsel Robert F. Kennedy revealed
that financial records of deals be between
tween between Teamster Union President
Dave Beck and one. of his top lieu lieutenants
tenants lieutenants are missing and appar
ently destroyed. Kennedy said un union
ion union officials insist the records
where destroyed before the com committee
mittee committee subpenaed them.
The chairman warned that his
committee would press a contempt
of Congress citation against any
one who destroyed records after
a subpena had been received. Con Conviction
viction Conviction carries a maximum $1,000
fine or one year in jail, or both.
AFL-CIO President George
Meany talked with McClellan
Thursday and pledged the "full
cooperation" of his organization
to the racketeering investigation.
The teamsters are the largest un union
ion union in the AFL-CIO, with 1,400,000
members.
McClellan told reporters that in
his talk i with Meany "I saw no
area of disagreement" about the
committee's plan "to expose those
areas of racketeering and corrup corruption
tion corruption that are doing harm to the
union movement and not doin
any good for the country."
Pranksters Face
Getlinq Dysentery
From Stolen Mice
AMES, Iowa (UP) A dysentery dysentery-type
type dysentery-type disease' threatened student
pranksters who stole about 27
white mice from a laboratory,
Iowa State College authorities said
today.
Nineteen of tile mice, infected
with the disease for an experi
ment, were found dead in a wom women's
en's women's dormitory.
Dr. John Gowen, head of the
college's genetics department,
said the other eight probably had
been destroyed by the thieves or
were dead of natural causes.
The thieves, apparently student
pranksters, were threatened with
the disease, Gowen said, because
it can be transmitted to humans.
EXCHANGE
HOUSEHOLD
SELLS
Oooble beds with
sprint and mattress 49M
Metal chests of
drawers 51
Wardrobes 15.N
Dinette Sets 69.0f
MetaJ Sideboards ... 15.00
Metal beds (391 with
Sprint 14.5f
Crlvs with new
mattresses 39.0f
Center Tables IS.w
I.tnolenms t.V
Chafr 20
National Ave. No. 4'
ffaone 3-4911 or 3-7348

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FARMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenue
VAN-otK-Jis on sireei not m o
the Bella Vista Theatre.
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1956 M.G. Conv.
Excellent condition. Call Gu Gu-lick
lick Gu-lick 653, can be seen at 531-A
Gulick Heights.
FOR SALE: 4? Chev. Dr.
w-51 newly overhauled engine.
Extra clean. Best offer over
' $300.00. Will accept trade-in.
.86-5136.
FOR SALE : 1956, CM blue
finish, motor tuned, lubricated
4,400 miles. Perfect condition
(no accident). Cost new $2,000
priced to sell. Best offer over
$1,400. Call Panama 2-2375 be.
tween 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.
EIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Astent
Gibraltar T.lfe Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
TRANSPORTIS BAXTER, S. A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 2-2451 T2zilW
Learn KidingTat
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding & Jumping Classes. daily
9 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
or by appointment.
CHILDREN & GENERAL
DENTISTRY
Dr. R. Eisenmann
&
Dr. C. E. Fabreg
C.Z. DenUl-Medltal Polyclinic
TivOll (4 of July) Ave. 21A24
(apposite Ancon School playground)
TeL 2-2011 Panama
"Slim Sour figure down"
BODI REDUCING
McLcvy Machines, Massage
Steam Bath male and female
ORTOPEDIA NACI0NAL
58 Av. Justo Arosemena 3-2211
Dr. SCHOLL trained Chiropodist
Men Will Me
To The Kitchen
At Kobbe Chapel
The men are dolntr the cook
intr for th next supper meeting
of the Fort Kobbe protestanti
congregation. It's a pancake
supper to be held in. the Kobbe
Chapel Annex on Shrove Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, March 5.
Besides cooking, men will wait
on 1 tables and even wns.i the
dishes, according to Chaplain
Thomas L. McMlnn. The supper
will begin at 5 p.m.
This is the second supper
sponsored by the Kobbe protest protest-ant
ant protest-ant Chapel Board in an effort
to encourage fellowship among
Protestants of the post, the
chaplain said.
More tnan 225 members of the
post community brought their
food contributions to the chap chapel's
el's chapel's pot luck supper on Jan. 27,
and the congregation's leaders
said they hope to pass this mark
by at least 100 on March 5.
Airmail Flights
Of PO This Year
May Break Record
WASHINGTON (UP)-Postmaster
General Arthur E. Summerfield
said today the Post Office De Department
partment Department expects to fly a record
15 biUion nieces of air mail dur
ing the current tiscai year enaing
June 30.
MYSTERY PATIENT? A
New York newspaper reports
that Lazar M. Kaganovich,
deputy premier of the Soviet
Union, was shot mysteriously
In a, Kremlin power struggle
nd is near death. Kaganovitch,
64. Is a bard-core Stalinist who
wants to remove from power
Communist party chief Nikite
Ktmisbclw and Premier Niko Nikolai
lai Nikolai Bulganin.. The report said
something went wrong with an
assassination attempt and he
was enttcaMy wounded Instead
of being killed.

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3 Lottery Plan CASA ZALDO Central
MUUStMOLU EAtnANuK J. re. de
i, bi unavruui uuvn
Miscellaneous
CHICKS: "DAY old white
males, $6.00 per hundred. Del Delivery
ivery Delivery date Friday March first.
('dk.ltliMd t-oaii jo, s.." ei e-.
phone 3-1161, 1-enama. :
Union Oil Company of Califor California
nia California will dismantle two- .steel
tank at their plant in La Bo
ca Road, Balboa, Canal Zone,
their total weight being about
550,000 pounds. Offers will be
received for the purchase of.!
the' steel delivered in the Plant
; is and where it is. The tanks
may inspected during work
I hours en February 25, and 2i.
; and should be delivered at the
'office of the Union Oil at "Q"
Street, across from the Nation-:
' al Stadium, until Wednesday,
February 27, at 3:00 p.m. All
, necessary steps to retire the
steel from the Plant will be on
.buyer's account. V
"FOR SALE: KnabeOrand KnabeOrand-,
, KnabeOrand-, r 9(. ou orfer m Fta. il
($700 minimum). Phono Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3472 between 4:00 and 7:00
""panamacanal" COMPANY
OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS
FOR SALE: Sealed bids, for
opening' in public, will be re received
ceived received until 9:30 a.m., March 1
1957, in the office of Superin Superintendent
tendent Superintendent of Storehouses, Belboa 1
for spices; casings, sheep, hog,
seusage and Visking; and unit
for vacuum sealer packaging
machine. For further informa information
tion information and copy of Invitation No.
S-57-332 contact office of Super Superintendent
intendent Superintendent of Storehouses-, Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, telephone 2-1084.
FOR SALE: Beautiful hand handmade
made handmade poliera .and petticoat
$150.00. Can 3-2097.
General
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
Stamp Collectors! A I b u m
pages and binders. Forbes. 15-27-B
Almonds Street. Gavilan
Area, Balboa, Phone Bal. 1781
Baby orchids corsages, bou bouquets
quets bouquets delivered anywhere U.S. U.S.-A.,
A., U.S.-A., Canal Zone Panama. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Panama 3-0771, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 1033.
Great Pretender'
To Cheating By
AUGUSTA, Me. (UP) Pudgy
Ferdinand. Waldo DeMara Jr.
20th Century's "great pretender,"
pleaded guilty in municipal court
today to a charge, of cheating by
false pretenses.
DeMara told Judge Frank E.
Southard he would take advan advantage
tage advantage of a new Maine law enabling
him to waive indictment procedure
and be sentenced' latef today in
superior court on a criminal in information.
formation. information. It's a dear bargain if you
buy insurqneo from anyone
except on agent who stands
ready to represent your in-
terests if you end the insur insurance
ance insurance companyAshould ever
disagree.
IV I &vt at lU
f4td utile
BUY FROM AN AGENT
whose first thought b of you
ospecially when you hove
a. doim. Because we ore an
independent agency wo
have only ono leajfer to
Mrve: you. ;
Tfcctf how fwV
Afltncy condueff
its fcw;rnMs.v
MADURO, MOSES &
DUCRUET, S. A.
M7 Front SU. Colon
TeL 1261. T.O. J4I

"H" STREET PANAMA URHF.RIA PRSrl AnoT !.. n ir.rvrlil

Ave. 45 LOURDES PHARMACY

guivui avi, riven no. a t AKMAL.1A EST ADOS UN1DOS -1W Central Ave;

la OssaAve.Ae.41 FOTO DOMY Juste
I oireet lAKMAtU "OAS '-Via rorraa
Real Estate
FOR SALE:-- Residential home.1
concrete, int class comfort comfortably
ably comfortably built.. Modern conveniences.
Ample grounds, fenced. 26 mot
tors front. '.40 meters death.
Owner leaving.! For information Y
call telephonev'JS-JuU during
office hours; hofpe- phone
0932.
"FOR SALE: BAftGAtrTonVT
ly $1,500 down, argr 3 bed-'
room house on concrete col.
umni, nice cool lot. Radio Ci.
ty, price; $7,500. PATTERSON
3-1114. j,
FOR SALE AMERICANSV
Lovely level lots in Transistbi
mian Highway, near Zone bordA
or, 15 minute from Balbo.V
$800 total price, only $200 down ;
$10 monthly. V PATTERSON 4-,
1114.
FOR SALE: Only $544 down,
$28 monthly, one bedroom cha chalet,
let, chalet, dining-liying room, bath,
porch, 10th. St. Rio Aba jo.
Price: $4,444.00 CASA PROPIA,
3-1114. r .
FOR SALE: Fully furnish:
ed concrete house, Santa Cla Clara
ra Clara Beach, $2,800. Phono Gram Gram-lich,
lich, Gram-lich, Cambaa 4-441. v
BUY GOOD coffee rand In Cos Costa
ta Costa Rica. Write Miguel Lim, A.
partado 138, Alajuela, Costa
Rica.
FOR SALE: Rattan glass
topped coffee table with plant planter
er planter Exc. Cond. $35.00. 2-round
solid mahogany occational to tobies
bies tobies $10.00 ee. 2 shelves, Rat Rattan,
tan, Rattan, $300 ea. 2 planters (room
dividers) with casters, $10.00
ee. 1 Hamilton beach drink
mixer, llOv 25-40 eye. $15.00
1545-A. Mango St. Balboa.
SERVICES
The best dinners end drinks
are served in our modern. air-
conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel International "Pla "Pla-le
le "Pla-le 5 do Mayo.
$2.50 for local TV Sarvica calls
UNTIL March 15 to acquaint
yow with our service. SAME
i DA Y service i you call be before
fore before 7 p.m. Our work is un unconditionally
conditionally unconditionally guaranteed. Opan.
: 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. Phone
2-4(14, U.S. Television (all serv
, lee a.o.d.).
Pleads Guilty
False Pretenses
Officials at Augusta city jail,
where DeMara was kept over overnight,
night, overnight, said they had received calls
from points as far away as Tex
as, California and Canada asking
aDoui me weuare or the ingenious
poser. His latest fraud was as
schoolmaster at the North Haven
high school.-
DeMara,- who convinced the Ca-
naaian navy ne was a surgeonJ
ana penormea aeiicate operations
during the Korean War, wasn't
able to fool a canny resident of
North Haven, a remote Island off
the, Moine coast.
Deceived Nearly All
But the 36-year-old man, who
never received a high school -diploma,
succeeded in deceiving al almost
most almost everyone else on the island
in his rol as a high school Latin
and English teacher.
If convicted, DeMara faces a
prison sentence of one to seven
years and a maximum $504 fine.
State police, who arrested De DeMara
Mara DeMara at the summer resort of
John D. Rockefeller III and other
Srominent Americans Thursday,
idicated that his well publiciied
previous exploits were the reason
for DeMara s downfall. A suspi suspicious
cious suspicious islander obtained a set of
fingerprints on a beer can and a
glass and sent them to state po police
lice police headquarters here. The fin fingerprints
gerprints fingerprints led to DeMara's identi
fication.
Trooper Millard E. Nlckerson
said DeMara' admitted usiag the
credentials, of Martin D. Godgart
of Brooklyn to get a Maine teach teacher's
er's teacher's certificate.
.Islanders were incredulous. "1
can't belleVe it," said Mrs. Rich
ard Crockett, who operated the
boarding house where be stayed.
She said be was "congenial and
easy to get along with."
. Dana Smith, high school princi principal,
pal, principal, said DeMara was a Tgood
teacher" and was well liked by
bis 35 pupils. t
It was 'not the first time that
DeMara bad posed successfully as
a teacher.. He also has been a
theologian, philosopher and monk.;
But his impersonation of a doctor doctor-was
was doctor-was the high point of a masquer-:
ading career dating back to World
War n. ;-
HOTEL PANAMONTE
rMan r am.
firn,
ilriHe'ee of a-avoiMo of eo)
ec oaea n.

182 La Carresqullla FARMACIA LOM-

Arosemena- Ave. and 33 St. 0 FARMACIA
111 a) MOVEOADEJS ATHIS Beside
Home Articles
FOR SALE: Mahogany din dining
ing dining room set, extension table
and six upholstered Chair,
made by Cowes. Mahogany
and bamboo living room chairs
. and tables, lamps and mlscel-.
: lanlous Items, priced for. quirk
sale. 0904 Amador road, Ph..
, 2-1914, Bal. - ;
FOR SALE:!-Refrige7ator
Norge l-ft $135 (available,
March 4) Fan $20 Both 25 cyc cycles.
les. cycles. 1527 B Almons St. Oavilan
Area, ,- Balboa, Phono Balboa
178I.v
FOR SALE: w 3 pe Mahogany"
living room, set consisting of
Davanpart, and 2 chairs $50
' good condition Call 17-5188.
XFOR SALE: r Beautiful fur
s)oat bargain winter clothes
ski 12. Call 3-2097v;;;v
FOR SALE; 1 t-K'it
ettor.v Rekrert Harris, ::. Albreok
.216$. MuiMoJt.
FOR SALE: VM ft. "bin
boat '. Beachcomber" twin: 25
H.P. Outboard- A t condition.
25 mph. See f Jted"! at Oiable
Cfub or caJl Bal. 2-3305.
Mo'-orcyclea
FOR SALE: 1M Deluxe mo-
toicy1 lO'i h.n. ail extrat;
price $450.00. Call Sgt.-Nitel at
Albrook 84-4112 evenings.
Panic Spreads As
Guatemala Volcano
Gains In Intensity
GUATEMALA
(UP) Panic
mong townsfolk
CITY, Feb. 23
spread today
and farmers
the vicinity of 12,582-foot Fuesi
Volcano whose eruiption gained in;
intensity as it passed hs second
day. : '-. s:it
'.
i Motorized convoys were sent" in
to the affected area by, Guatema
lan authorities and private citizeni
to evacuate residents of threaten
ed towns and coffee estates.
The 1,500 residents of Altotenan
go, a town less than two miles
from the Volcano, were the first
to be" evacuated. The exodus start,
ed at dawn, few hours after the e-
ruption ; began and continued
throughout the day.
Antigua, "former capital of Gua
telmala destroyed by an. earth earthquake
quake earthquake attending an eruption of the
Volcano in 1T73, also faced : th(
danger ,of floor waters from fiv fivers
ers fivers dammed by lava flowing from
uie volcano. ::
Acatenango and Yepocapa also
Were within the area of immediate
danger. So far. no casualties had,
been reported.
au residents ot tne area were
reluctant to spend' a second night
in the Vicinity of the fiery moun mountain,
tain, mountain, as lava, rocks, ashes and
sand continued to rain down a
round them. i
Guatemala City residents awoke
this morning to find the city un
der a blanket of ashes and volca
nic dust from the worst eruptiot
of the volcano it the past 25 years
The spectacular eruption be began
gan began last' night when the crater
shot up a column of smoke 40,000
feet into the air followed by what
witnesses described as a "torren
tial rain" of sand.
Throughout the night the volca
no belched lava, rocks and sand
amid explosions and underground
blasts. heard for several milesi milesi-round.
round. milesi-round. The volcanc is about 30 miles
west of Guatemala .City. The
smoke and fire erupting from the
crater w visible here through
out the night. ;
38" 716"

Biqts b -Motor;:
"i ''""''"On i ill 'j-''Um1f? ''

f WANTED: Vacation quarters

Canal Zone, 3 months or long-'
or. Call Curundu 42(2.'

Stuttering

Joe

Back; In
. By ERSKINE JOHNSON
HOLLYWOOD J'(NEA
"Will S-S-Success S-S-SpoiJ Joe
r-F-Frisco?"
-Joe Frisco? You're ", a little
vague avbout the name oh
come now, you oldsters remern
per jazz aancm stutterm; 'joe
of the -derby hat and 5 cigar':: as
one of the greatest : vaudeville
stars of them alf. why;:joe once
enjoyed top billlnsf: ;oyer;c stars
like Jack Benny. Burns and Al
ien ana oison ana jonnson in
the days when hathtub Rin went
for $3 a fifth and mama .was a
Even Joe's suspended anima
tlon inside a racing form these
last few years hasn't kept him. a
nonentity to new cenerawon
Still full of fire at 68, he's played
night clubs now and hen and
He's always being quoted, with
the stutter for which he's i? ia
mous, in show business- columns.
Like :his. : classic : :v"-' ;
'!f w-w-was JwUluck jr ; at ; the
t-t-trsir today;:gota r-r-rMde
ttdme:':::f."-:'-I vfc:-i-
or lii line about a famous
slnglnsr star: pMJ-:Ar" ;
"S-s-v shfr got s-s-sober one
day and didn't s-s-show up for
W-W-WOrK." .- f
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WELL. AFTER ALL these
vears Hoiiywooa nas reaiscov
ered Joe Frisco, who admits his
$87-a-month old age pension
doesn't eo very lar. It's n-n
hardly enough," he told me, "to
k-k-keep up my n-n-nuimet?
farm" In the S-S-San Fernando
VaUey.
That's the reason Joe was
mighty happy to land his first
movie role in 10 vears with Burt
Lancaster in "Sweet .Smell oi
Success." Even if it is the role
fa jobless Broadway actor.
"It's a b-h-netl oi n pan ior
me," says Joe. "I don't have to
r-r-rehearse." .; But he's worried
about Burt's ? film e q m n any
breakina; even on him. "I-I-I'm
already t -t-t if teen clears over
the bxb-budget," he says. ,4 i
Now, It's two rums ior joe
"The Jazz Age," which is the
film biograohy of Helen -Mor
gan,; and 'The Jack Dempsey
Story,", about which Joe once
kidded; "They s-s-should c-c-change
the t-t-title to Nobody
Up T-T-THEREy- Likes Bulldog
B-B-Beer.V'.
JOE FRISCO will be more
than just another act6r, though,
in the Morgan and Dempsey
stories. He's frpm the same
Roaring Twenties era and he'll
be playing himself. Dempsey ac ac-auired
auired ac-auired the cigar-smoking habit
from Joe while learning how to
impersonate him. ,

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SCOTCH WHISKY

MACOONALO 4 MUH UMITB0, IMetillore,' Loftk.

JUST ARRIVED
Steel Cables 7

All
sizes: :
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- 12" -916" 5V

GENEVA, S. A.
Trsnsisthmiis Hiiiiwiy TeL l-UM

Ballet, Spanish dance, f uller, ; a-V V
dies rhythmic exercise, children's i
rhythmic band. Mrs. Donaldson,
Phone Gulick 489.

T
Frisco s

ShoW Business

Helen Morgan was introdneeel
by Joe, tho master of -ceremonies,
when she .made her' debut in a
New York night club, and they
were together in many shows as
both rose to stardom,
Th.' carefir of HTlsi-ft
Raised on a farm near Dubuaue.
--'"t Ftc, ui inci, me ca careers
reers careers nf some, mighty big show
uuuncas'iiames n tnt rtan

2iegfeld(. the, speakeasv,. end

Vaudeville's t.wn-a-HaTr 5

laughed it up with a young clar- f ; 5
inet player named Ted Lewis ' t
at Coney Island and htco-iitar-:
red "with W. ..-C. FleldsX lndrllo r ;

Cantor. Will Rosrera nif.

lyn Miller in the Ziegfeld Folliea i'
of 1918. s

' tlK WAS ON the anm.. Kill
with Caruso at the Century The-
nucf ju.mew xom wnea, the
great opera star sano- a nnnniar
song for the first time. ?i h-h-11006,"
Joe told him, "that It
isn't "Darktowm S-S-Strntte,-
B-B-Ball.1 That's- mv s-n-nnnr
and I'm ff -following- yoit,"
One night In-New Vorir .to
warded a loving- cup to a younB"
fellow who had just wort a danc
contest impersonating him. The
young lad's name was George
Raft and Frisco's still groaning:
H-h-he impersonated me and
w-w-wound up in H-H-Hollv-
wood g-g-getting $5,000 a ww-
week."
Joe landed in th movies, ten.
In a 1930 comedy titled, "The
Gorilla." Heiremembers:"They
p-p-paid me $40,000 for t-t-ten'
w-w-weeks. and r d-d-didn't
know where I w-w-was."
Jo Frisco's nals know iihere
he is now, though, so does Joe.
At 68. he's once again sniffing?:
the s-s-sweet s-s-sme!l Of -- 1
success.: r ; ; i
E. Gernrcns Dcmznd
Half In YcjIarn
BERLIN1, Fet.! (uftK-- The
East German Foreign Ministry de demanded
manded demanded today that West Germany
halt lmmediatelp all trade ship shipments
ments shipments to Israel. ' v :r
A Foreign Ministry statement
charged West Germany was shin shinning
ning shinning war materials to Israel in
the guise of reparations for Nazi
persecution of Jews.
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this is the picture that the younj housewife who doesn't rive two
pins about her appearance presents to some of the people in her
life. On rising in the morning, she rreets the milkman (left) with
curlers still in, wearinr a robe that should have been dimaniMi

long age. At breakfast, her
By ALICIA HART
NEA Beauty Editor )
WHEN 'the alartfl rings in" the
morning, it sets off? at ; least one
widespread reaction." For.' most of
use the day begins with ia groan
nd a sigh, for it would have been
so much nicer W go, on sleeping. w
'But that's no excuse for starting
.the 'da? looking as though you" had
stayed in bed-
Some young, housewives who on
ly recently have given up thein
business careers have forgotten al already
ready already that -after the first .-jfoan
they got up' and dressed fe work.
And they felt a -good d m ore
like coping with ,the Jsy's prob-
Y MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
REFORMATORIES often attach
a child Important correspondence
to his case record
Attached to AJ's was a letter
from his mother, It was addressed
Ur "my angel Honey-boy" and
promised to ; celebrate, his 13th
birthday with. him. Stapled to it
was a card that came aftei the
birthday had arrived, and gone. It
said something like 'this: ."Don't
be mad at Mama;; for not getting
to see you. If I bujd 'of, I would
of. But even if "you art still mad
H me, I'm suixcraw aoout imy
sweetie pie. ?..
. Now Al knew bis mother 'wasn't
in me leas crazy about him. He
knew that instead of loving him.
she was really delighted, to be rid
oi mm. his proDiera was tnat ne
wasn t aware that he knew it
So one day just before Christ-
mashls brave and loyal social
worker decided to helo him" brunt
this knowledge up 'Jntp. full coo-j
HE let Al.Waiiidr sii hoUrs'ior
the mother who. never' came to
take im homr for the holiday. He'
let him wart, capped, mackinawed
and packed, during the goodbys of
other children He let him wait un.
til evening ivhen Al broke down,
crying out "She's a liar. She's a
liar. She doesn't want me. .
11 FASHION'S WEB-likt
Vii black spidei; lurkinf at the
- wntir of its web is this tnilli tnilli-ihtj
ihtj tnilli-ihtj whimsy shown in the Cas-tillo-Lanvin
sprint collection la
" Paris. The "spider" is tiny
. black satin cap, from which de de-swTMte
swTMte de-swTMte a net veil dotted with
f appliqued flowers.

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husband hides behind his newspaper

lemi after the, were' clothed tOf'He liked the way you looked
fact them. V ' .jlthen. If he doesn't now, try won-!you

Now, according to a su"'y
made by the Tide Washing
nic. thev cet ud. slio into bath'
robe and fix breakfast loking.like
sleeDwalkers. ' ',a "'.,!
' The trouble -we don't really
jee ours elve.-- And. .the Jieighbor
who might' drop in (to borrow a
cup of figar; orthte ,jnilkman who
make"a delivery.f would. never be
tactf noug)ii to telj us- we look
(ft-eaanu. iney-wouia proDaniy teu
anyone, else who'd listen,. however;
ii yov ve lorgouen now: you vus-
ea to strive tp look your best when
you aatea tne man you- marriea.
it would be a good idea to .refresh
your memory. x -, '. r
With this truth finally; faced. Al
was able to withdraw expectation
from his mother a false words and
begin to invest it In bis own ef
fort, it was what he needed to do
to stop being a confused perpe perpetually
tually perpetually frustrated child.
- Sometimes you 'and I withdraw
affectionate feeling from our chil children.
dren. children. When we do. instead of pre
tending this hasn't happened, why
don't we say grumblingly, "Go a-
way. juon t notner me. x don t feel
a bit loving just now.". : 1
INSTEAD o' wounding the child,
this truthfulness comforts him. He
has already sensed our. tempora temporary
ry temporary withdrawal of affection." Though
he regrets it, wishing" we'd show
interest in bis crayon picture, his
regret is more Jhau balanced by
his pleasure in-knowing that his
uituitioa is "trustworthyand that
when it .tells him a person is feel
ing unioving, tftat'a exactly the
was t is,. -, ;;,.,
Bat. when,' like Al mother;, we
protest- affection we do hot feel.
I we mldetraine the child'a.self-trusi.
4-Tl, .
xiic xibc uucariueius we speac
coniraaicr ywnat. us intuition teljs
him.. ; . ..
No ferger'able 'to trust his Judg Judgment
ment Judgment pi reality, he becomes uncer
tain w himself--confused and verv
angry. And be max beein to
press ti resentment of our unre-'
liability by delinquent behavior of
u sinus.
NIPPON. NICE This new,
hair ornament, a brifhtlj laoi
quered ribbon, is in harmooy'
with the Oriental look featured
in the Castillo-La avm coilec-'
tion of spring styles in Pans, it
was insDtred hr tKm ...
7 Japanese Samaurai warriora.

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frntrtO avoid lookinr at her

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bother with lipstick; it's too much trouble. Before she married
the xfan. nethfnr.was too much: trouhio w ktv

shf shoUld look, in neat cotton dress and.apren. her hair brushed
(Kt, with powder and lipstick quickly applied. i

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dering whether you're stijl worth
wojKing ai.- i i i(
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ed if he aaw you with curlers In
your hair. Are Jthey more accepta acceptable
ble acceptable now,-just because oii've-said
"I do" before i patson? t
wet not Expected toSghbw;- up
for breakfast in silver, lame and
fuUwar paint; Av little5 lipstick!
combed hair: fresh! .'neat clothes
that's all that's .required. Wheth Whether
er Whether you favor slacks; jeans or dress dresses
es dresses for .household chores, ag long as
they, are crisp and trim- you wil
look 'attractive. -, i
iYou'11 find your attitude toward
yoir day changed, -torn Wearing a

REP. FLORENCE F. DWIER REP. KATHRIN GRA.NAHAN
, : -" v f -. .'V : r ALICIA HART- '. ".'
-' '-:.-:'-. NEA Staff Correspondent

WASHINGTON (NEA)1 Forty
years ago Jeanette Rankin;' a tuf-
fragette from Montana, marched
into, this town: to serve as toe
first woman in .Cbngress.
Two years later she' was defeat
ed, but ever since .then, members
of the fai" sex have been appearing
on Capitoi Hill to take their seats
as legislators.
The total of women elected or
appointed to Congress has reach
ed 62 since Jeanette shatttered the
sex barrier. . .,
That includes -two -new mem members
bers members added to the list as a result
of last fall's election. They're Rep.
Kathryn Granahan (D-Pa ) and
Rep. Florence Pt Dwyer (RNJ).
AND' TODAY THE NUMBER of
women in Congress totals 1 sev
en Republicans and nine Demo
crats, Although there has been
some reshuffling, it's the same
number as the last election.
One- woman, Mrs. Margaret
Chase Smith (R-Me.), b a second
termer in the Senate.
The new female House mem
bers are fairly typical of the cali caliber
ber caliber of ladies who come. to Wsshing-
toa. They have plenty of political
know-how, a certain amount of fern
inine intuition and a large portion
of charm.
Although an 1 of the distaff
legislators fill jobt generally left
to men, they never forget for a
minute thai, they're ladies.
For example, rt i hard to catch
F epresentati ve Dwyer, called
Flo" by ber friends, wb. she
irat' spurting a snappy hit. In
fact, the was planning U buy a
special creation for ber swearing
in ceremony until aha discovered

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bathrobe In the morning .makes
hold onto.the feeling of. sleep-
mess.
Once you're : dressed you
develop 'i .sense of efficiency and
readiness a to' tackle ( the d a y's
chores.
- Old clothing,- no longer good for
Rireeo wear won t lropro.ve-your
appearance You'll feel as sloppy
- Doa'tastVour husband what he
thinks "Uf your appearance in -the
Wiorningsi He probably -hasn't tak
en bis nose .out of the sportr news
long enough w notice
, But think : how 4 pleasant Ht
wQiild.be -If if- effort toward breaks
fast-time attractiveness: brought a
bout a : pleasant,' companionable
(ihat at the table andean. Interested
nipnue -uum uie nan ywu marriea
oust
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it's against the rules to don a hat
in the House of Representatives.
Mrs. Dwyer has a 22-year-old
son who graduated from the Na
val Academy at Annapolis J a a t
June, Her nusDanfl, wno is si tying
in Mew Jersey, works for Western
Electric:
"I'VE NEVER MADE a tnove
about going into public life with
out consulting them," she says.
"But they were anxious for me to
try for the House seat.
Like most of ber feminine col colleagues.
leagues. colleagues. Representative Dwyer
stresses uat women should not
expect special rules, becatse they
are women, in politics.. They
shpuld rely on the issues and theif
proven ability.
u is my Deuel," she says,
that women generally s h o I d
take a more active interest is
their government. They need to
examine the caliber of people
seeking public office. The lives,
ambitions and welfare of each of
the actions of our lawmakers."
In contrast to Representative
Dwyer, the course that brought
lira. Grsnahaa to Congress was
quite different. She's the widpw cf
Rep. William T. Granahaa who
died last May. Is) June she wss
nominated to take ber husband's
place m the House and to rua for
re-election ia the iall.'
now vici on voe rim
T L fc- ,L. I, a 1
own right, talL gray t haired Mrs
Granahaa plans to keep plugging
for the liberal policies of her hus husband.
band. husband. In addition, she's extremely in
terested ia teruletrctB 'that would

give needy women social secunty;of us ess sppiaud. DeiergeBt aodte gotd or silver "is kept a dht-f
benefits regardless of any age lim-1 water s slut ions remove most of creel glint, tot the powerful bea-1'

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By 6AYN0R MADDOX
NEA Feed end Market Editor
NEW YORK (NEA) Take
your clothes off, stand in front of
a full-length mirror, take a hard,
uncompromising look at yourself.
Embarranssed by those bulges?
Shocked to find that slowly, unno unnoticed
ticed unnoticed before, five to 10 pounds have
snurk up on you? r
Rapidly;' the United ; States is
becoming a 1 nation of the over'
weight. Scientists .who have spe specialized
cialized specialized in-this problem as it af affects
fects affects health and longevity war.i
us that we are playing a high
price in health hazards by eating
more, food than we need. And wei
are exerting ourselves too little
physical);- to burn up those extra
calories. Every calorie
those we use goes to fat.
beyond
Why are so many of us today
neavier and bulgier t n a n we
shoudd be? Dr, Charlotte" M
Young professor of Medical Nu Nutrition
trition Nutrition at Cornell University and
one of the most distinguished sci scientists
entists scientists in the field of weight-re
duction, says many factois in mod
ern living contribute to this alarm alarming
ing alarming intake of calories far in excess
of our energy needs.
"'We live in a highly competi
uve society and one of food sur
pluses. Every effort is made to in
duce us to buy and use more
food, she comments. "Our hospi
tality Is tied up with food. Few
meetings of any kind are complet-
e wunout .refreshment!
Rr . Yeyna said forfher; "Our
spectator-type recreation often is
accompanied py the double penalty
of refreshments. We ljve In an
xious times without much' physi
cal outlet fpj put anxieties,. FotH
many, low pecomes a soiace..Ai-
so-,-these re times of tpo mucQ
unplanned leisure, sometimes re
suiting 'In great' boredom -which
in turn often leads to : excessive
eating and drinking. 1 .
.-iWe 'bee.d" -reconsideration of
Qur food haQits and meal patterns
in una with our diminished physi
cal- activities," she adds.
Dr. Jame H. Hundley of the
National JnstiUite -of HeaUh at
Betnesda, Md., one of the coun
try j- outstanding men in this in
creasing problem, estimates mat
about one-fifth M all adults ever
to r overweight.
"Due to inerease in our total
population and the increased pro
READY to edge the old down
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ew carpets in shimmering colors,
opulent textures and new fibers
In company with other borne
furnishings, an air of luxury sur surrounds
rounds surrounds these new soft floor cover coverings.
ings. coverings. Colors have an almost Jewel-like
depth and richness. :
Surface interest lies more in un
usual textures, color combinations
and thick pile thai in patterns.
ONE NEW FIBER that's caus-i
ing quite a stir ia new rugs in an
acrylie fiber perfected for floor
over mgs.
These mao-msde aerilie fiber
rugs will hold particular interest
for Boraemakars vu rue a busy
bousebokJ The fiber is said to be
eitremcly aoU-resistant and resi
j Kent to offset problems of crush-,
(. muiB nd feitin Em

ia berjdeep depression caused by thejOften they are highlighted lubtly

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ststtc weight of fixed pieces of fur )

niMirn spring up snap ue wetgat uipiie. - i i-removed.
removed. i-removed. j asetatlic accents are used in ni-
Another virtue claimed fqt .the ny of tbg sew designs, in solid cp cp-acrybe
acrybe cp-acrybe fiber is retutance to weav Uo irioaes si woJ es tweeds, in

mineot tsinm a quality toost'hotb high 'and low looped 41e. But

-'tie CTmmowatainaw TBi moTdrlWos

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k)am : iJLat
portion of dlder people,; the mag magnitude
nitude magnitude of the obesity problem will
undoubtedly increase, he said.
Agreeing with him, Dr. Pearl
tSwcnson '.of Iowa .State College,
snathe) distinguished researcher
in this field, estimates that of the
65C.00O women in 'lows alone,
bou 27S,000 who are over. Sftjrte
hauling around more' (ban sx
million poinds (3,000 ions) of bo body
dy body weight they wb'uld be much bet better
ter better off without.
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Today, more and, more of us
are living in an age when diabe diabetes
tes diabetes cardiovascular and. other di
seases associated With overweightl
exact a. nea vy jtou. x nereiore, u
we at a nation a" to improye
tne bealth and stamina of our peo-
wieht and its associated diseases
is a major problem that ,musf be
solved.
Are we facing it? Yes. In the
last 10 vears there has been a
tremendous upsurge of activity in
weight control surveys, public
health programs new methods 4
weight control, educational tech
niaues. new weight reduction aids
But the overall rwarping of every
scientific
regearcner .rpoiieu. t vf
NEA for these articles is
thii
s:
Don't allow yourseU to put pn
extra weight in the first place.
But if you have put on weight
snti 'are determined to lose it ei either
ther either because that no safe or health,
remember tfcat no safe and per
manent way is easy, no-" magi
cal" quick wy is safe.
- Ar' we making pregress- in the
bathr '-against obeslty7
"From the practical1; wpect
in $ome individuals, yes, but in
the majority, of those afflicted,
not much,'? Dr. Hundley wrote r-
cepuy in-rcienuiic repon.
t-Oftea-.a.-surprlsingly high per
centage succeed in. losing weight,
but only a few maintain it. While
temporary reductions in .' weight
may convey some neaun oenetit,
and even unsuccessful attempts
msv aid bv oreventing further in
crease in excess 'weight, this1 pie.
ture leaves much to be desired.
Rank! progress will come, neitb
er easily nor, quickly. An ounce of
prevention is worth a pohnd of
cur ne addea, stating mat rc is a
ceiral experience that over-
woighf is) usually : more easily
.ficult spots made by ink. gum, or
:i i l I
THE MAN-MADE fiber ia also
resistant to insect damage. And.
ia a test I saw. a lighted cigaret
dropped on the surface charred
me ii Deri out am not cause mem
to burst into flame.
It takea dye well and some of
the color combinations sre lovely
Prices cf the acrylic rugs I have
seen run around U dollars ; a
square yard. i
A good many of the carpet corn
panics have greatly expanded
their color usage. Besides the stan
dard neutral tones, you II see ma
ny more shades of blue, blue
green, bhiish purple, gold, white
and parchment shades. i
White, shows up ia tweed
weaves are oftea used aa back
ground for multi-shaded stripes.
with metallic threads buried ia the

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Overeat

Here's the first of a

in a naw concept of weight control s
re-education of eating habits instead

Of1 tricky diet;''' ah every-day prp prp-;
; prp-; gram of nutrition ihstezid of fads. In
,t.h'it article, NEA's noted food;editbr
sums up everybody's problem as it
will be tackled -by five- 6f the fnost.
distinguished researchers i and. physi physi-;
; physi-; cjanp in the field of weight reduction.

managed Jn its early -stage than
when well established. .r : : f
'jTa bring jts readers lh best
practical advice on how to lose
meir nmges ana increase tneir
chanres for a longer life:,; JSEA
Service has: interviewed five of
(he; most distinguished research
ers and physicians in the weight
reduction field.
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They include Dr. Frederick 1.
Stra of Harvard University; Dr.
Norman Jellfffe director ef nu
trititn of New York City's De Department
partment Department of Meelthf 4)k Ruth U'
. Vertoif f Oklahpma Agricultur Agricultural
al Agricultural nd Mochanical Callopo; Dr.
(hsrlea QIb King, director of
th Nutrition Foundation and
profasspr gf chemistry Columbia
Unjority, and Dr. Herman
Pollack, chairman of the nutrit
ion committee tf the American
Heart Association. 5
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In the exclusive interviews to fol follow
low follow in thia' newspaper, these gen
erals in tne Bame agamst obesity
will give you sound, safe, humap,
encouraging and practical advice
on how tp look and feel- like the
man pr woman you were intended
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' THE STORY: Jim Final is trying to stir Rancher
Bentain into action, pointing out that the Apaches
are- putting on war" paint and Gambler Strunk is
selling them whisky. But Bentain is too beaten by
Strunk to do anything.
right place, man.
Get down and

As ProbIemsBig AndSSmall
I fi!r' Engineers Week
Their Blessl- 'f

JIM' FINAL' looked at the man
C incredulously.. 'I should think
ou"d be fed up with seeing your
. 1.-4- inl 10C

w. eau crops go-uiw iuu

come in and
"Not so. fast,"' Final growled".

THE stranger, smiling,' looked

from one to the other but his eyes-,

.Trru. t4T. oron-t stpalin' mvi final noticed, naon t cnangea in

.. ct.,n ppntain shout.lthe least. "Use your head," Jim

j i ..wl,.4. .hind hp done was start! said. "This hardcase didn't show

wo'rkin' on my crew. I near went up "by aceident."
crazv. Moncv wouldn't move !;
wheel- there' was plenty of grub- "Nfmc's Roup," .the man offer offer-J?"
J?" offer-J?" :A a v,t pvrrvnne ed "and you're right about that

I"?: ZlihWM was noison. Rock-ll heard you folks was in the mar-,

abye and the cook was all that set : f gun hands."
tiJckby me Couple; of TwhZh

rK., hat eras." The fellow shrugged. "All I want

he said glowering. "I figured get-, o git me-a stake. I come where
tin' onto the reservation-" K1! fb,llty V,? be ?PP""
" Iciated. Makes no difference- to. me

who's footm the bill

"Man, you're hired." Bentain

grinned,; looking maliciously.' at Fi

ll e a r d

"You fool, that's what he want wanted
ed wanted you to do! Why didn t you get

ill neiy uum I
' Bentain dragged a limp hand a-i"-".

cross his cneeKs. i meu
"Wi .,nVA AftPr that II

Mn'i e? nobody." There were grinned, too, shaking a boot, from

flecks on his twisted mouth

"That bein' the case.

Roup

Yon!'he stirrup. But before he could

Jhinr ,,. letun' Strunk JJ : Je g ove r hj Quail

jiaiius wai iicu. ;,.,,) flu

' trial 1 lost 300 head: was-told if liH'U

took up for you Id lose every
-cow. I I: 'had to think of my
girK" he quavered. J

- "Ypu better tninK oi mem
"Jim, you're not -think in
' straight." v

Roup went still.

"Ride out," Quail said

"Now, see here '' B e n t a i n

wheezed.-

A ragged breath whirled through
the cavity of Roup's chest. Behind

scrincned lids, ras eyes gleamed

. At l t ont mw pvps ooen.l .B'avs ui "e was CdieiUl 1101

1 V Lv I to-set the -girl off.
f.r.hw -What "Get going she said.

" ,hl A,n; one' In ten cf1 U 1 don't get op here, I'll have

them got rifles What few they've, to hire ; out to Strunk.'
gots rusted flintlocks trade mus- Quail returned his look coldly.
VoUariH mavbe a spnnklin' of ,,..

";., m li.tnis snooter goesi ott a nine

r "That', what Custer-said about! wiii iaKe care ot you

the Sioux."

-rH ill 1

"This ain't the Little Big Horn!"
"No," Final said, "there'll be
women and kids in this deal."

He struck off down the hail

XVI

ROUP shifted his yellow stare

Ito Jim. "Next time we meet you

better dig first because there's

r,;..! ..-m n hifnrp hp piitigoin to be some lead flying'

tZlZnr 1 nn Vo .'re here "'Having said which he clamped

"You can get that out of yours mouth shut and with a last

head right now. I wouldn't stay """s b'.
roiind lf you was the last whitej"P M. reins and. rode outof the
alive Final peered at him bleak-, J'ard-
ly "That what prompted you to Final swung around,-' on the
gel me out?" planks as though to follow, but
Bentain's eyes swiveled away ) Quail said through nhe' fading
'Honest, Jim, I; was meanin', t 1 solln(i 0f Roup's pony,V .'What's,
. "He saw the futility, thei happened to us, Jim?''
tisclessness of words. He scowled, j,',nai st0od for a moment' and
half turned away and then swungjtnen stepped off the gallery, the
back "I don't know where you!flrag 0 nis spurs crossing over-to
got that. I hadn't anything, to d)!the dun He lifted the reins, stab stab-with
with stab-with you getting' clear, of Yuma.".bed a toe into the bent wood of, a
Final stared at the man, know. stirrup and swung up. Settling
lng at last he was hearing the ms weight he looked down at her
truth I bleakly. "You'll find someone
"Company coming," Quail call- else. If "you haven't already."
ed from the yard. She regarded him with some-
Ihing like wonder in her glance.
FINAL pushed through the she was more gaunt than he re re-door.
door. re-door. Bentain, muttering, crowd-1 membered but around her lips
ed through after him. He woulliwas that same driven-in compo compo-have
have compo-have clutched Final's arm in h' sure which had first attracted him
apprehension had the' man's" face to her. Summer freckles were be be-looked
looked be-looked less -rocky. -He pushed as'ginning to show beneath her eyes
close as he dared, peering around and the ghost of a sobered 'sit ia.

Jim's shoulder at the man in th', seemed. to hover Just back of the
yard. I bones of her face so that his ow 1
He Mad never seen this fellow mouth had to be whipped into de de-before
before de-before but he recognized the hors rision to keep'back the things that
as one of the .broncs he had sold ; were clawing to be said. He'd
Chris Stegner. The man sat ,an I gone over that and over it, the
chored under the threat of Quail's hard finality of his decision ad ad-rimfire
rimfire ad-rimfire rifle. His affronted glance, mitting no further argument,
ignoring the hard-breathing ranch' She said, "fs this what prison
er, fastened bleakly to Finalhas done to you? Crammed you
"What kind of a deal have I rode so full of hate you've no room for
into here?" I anything better?"
Final said, "What kind were yoii! Her sister came out of the har har-looking
looking har-looking for?" ness shed, seemed about to move
The man hooked a leg over the toward them but stopped to stand
horn of his saddle and put togeth J watching. Final shifted his reins
er a smoke with fingers that didn'U "rom right hand to the left. He
spill a flake of the tobacco, bu :ept his thought off his face and
the prowl of cat's eyes belied this kneed the horse into motion.
. : ,L.:. U;ni fim ms It I n,,oil onlloH

iranauiiiiy. ineir whiy amuigunj uo., vauvu

PANAMA STRECO1 BEFORE PAVING North Street; In Panama
is;shown- here as it-was in 4907., Street paving is oneof the
less spectacular jobs that (engineers perform.

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-Si(ice today is the. beginning of

proplutc to take a dock-at ihe en
gmeei and architerf Ih- mlf enm.

munttyvifH ohsprOA'rti

their wosfc. This is 'i more, involv

ed procea than it, "wbUld seera
since. manof the;;daUy benefits
we enjoy aa re54jk. 0 the skills
of these menjare rauch part

u iwiici wur 'tuny life 'that

we lake uiem gi anted.
The. Panama Serial; with its in intricate
tricate intricate look syste is an obvious
working raonumem the engineer
jng world, and it isHie reason for
many of us being onhe Isthmus
at all, so its contributAn to us as
individuals as well as ti-cthe ship shipping
ping shipping an commerce of, tV world
cannot.be overlooked. TBiflmany
less spectacular achievement af affect
fect affect us and benefit our way oMiy.
ing too. Street o&ving, sewage lU.
posal, water, distribution are, jSt

a few of the- conveniences we ow

to the engineers.
One of the most unobtrusive pro'

jects underway 'in the Canal 'Zone
at the present time is one which

will' effect all Zonians to some de

gree. It is the conversion of 25
cycle electrical power to 60 cycle.
Zonians have suffered the incon inconvenienceof
venienceof inconvenienceof the flickering 2 lights
given by 25 cycle current suice
construction days when it was
claimed that the former would be

more suitable for .operating the

locks. It has been said that the
"mules" which tow ships through
the locks were the turning point m
the t decision, since 25 cycle was
more suitable for their operation
But now there is talk of -a new

type of "mule" being purchased

for the towing job,: and the 60 cycle:
conversion is well on its way. All
the Atlantic Side now enjoys the
non flickering .light and the fun of
being able to buy all : kinds elec

trical equipment from wash 1 n g
machines to Hi-Fi rigs knowing
that these items will have a chance

tc-give good service. Of course all

these gimmicks we owe to the
skills, of the engineering fraterni

ty too.
On the spectacular sPde is the

planning of a new bridge across

the Canal in accordance witi the
Treaty with Panama. The bridge
will be high enough to allow shins
to pass underneath. Work on this

project will start alter uongress
has voted the necessary' funds to

carrv it though.

Architects have not been idle dur-

. STREETS ARE PAVED AND PRETTIER This view of Central

Avenue shows a typial Panama street today. xne-worK- or- en engineers
gineers engineers is apparent in the Improvement in- Panama City. .,

snort and banged the desk with a his chair. "Quail, I know; you're
fist. "Taunee's not figuring to dig, gone on that feller" -nn
thp hatchet what would hei "Didn't he mention he'd been

fight, with? What chance would he paroled' to you?"

have against the Major s new rifles?"

brushing a cold wind across Fi

nal's neve ends. Jim noticed oth
er things now and an awareness
of danger tightened his cheeks, dis discounting
counting discounting the smile with which the
man drawled, "Just a ridin' job,
friend. Just something to tie to till
I can put by enough to take me
out of this country."

It wa3 too pat, Final thought.

Final's stare went over t h e
green of scrub cedar to fasten un
the blue-gray bulk of Horse Mesa.
"I've waited three years too long
already He lifted the animal in into
to into a trot and pointed its head to toward
ward toward the shine of Fish Creek.

QUAIL found her father in the

clutter of ranch gear that festoon

suggestive as those long-fingered ea nis onice. a coin pipe was neia

hands that now were idle agamstim the curl of tired lingers anc
the pommel, as the dark butt of 1 the sag of hunched shoulders made
the Kun above that cutaway top of, things she'd been going to say al-

scuffed holster. Bentain, bustling; most heartlessly unforgivable.

forward said, "You've hit the

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O BEAUTY-SAN A lovely
import from Japan is screen
ctrss Shinobu Oiihara, cele-
bra ted there for her portrayals
of the "modern- Japanese
Oman. She's one of a' (roup

of foreign film personalities

'representing their countries at
the New York Modern Art The The-.er
.er The-.er Film Week. She like
Amenua jazz.-. . ....

She watched Bentain make a

visible effort to recapture some
semblance of the pontifical man manner
ner manner he effected in dealings with
people outside the family. She had
long ago discovered the shoddy
compulsions and borrowel dictums
by which he sought to compensate
for the fiber left out of his char
acter. Nor was she fooled by the

tremulous smile with which he put
aside the weight of things too
grave to cope with. In spite of
these things she loved him.
He drew a raged breath, drag

ged a hand over his cheeks. "Real "Really,
ly, "Really, Quail, you shouldn't have ..."

He sighed ant fingered the wilt of

his collar disquieted by the probe
of her gaze.
, He had never lavished on her
that preposterous interest by which
over the years he had managed to
squander the character of Marcia,
nor had he sent Quail away to a
"finishing school."' Marcia, of
course, had the obvious equipment
to make such an outlay of cash
pay dividends if the goal of these
efforts had been to trade her off

jn marriage to a man- wnose so

cial standing would enhance Ben Ben-tain's
tain's Ben-tain's position. Quail hadn't yet
been able to decide whether her
father was that coldblooded or the
self-deluded victim of his" young youngest
est youngest daughter's vanity She was not
sure she even wanted to be sure.
She came into the room. "What
did -Jim say?"
Bentain threw up his hand?.
'He ;i heard these crazy rumors

and. got. ." He broke off with a I

HE sneered again, peering 0 0-bliquely
bliquely 0-bliquely up at her to see how she
was taking this. "You want to go
into town .with your sister?"
"I didn't' know the soldiers had
gotten new rifles."

' Bentain, looked at her startled,
fright leaping, out of him,, He

caueht hold of the' chair, so pal

pably shaken it took some of the

composure out of her own cheeks.
She put a hand to. her throat. "He

didn't come here on., my account.

He-must-have been told to report

to you.

"They'll have 'em soon as thrt But suppose he hadn't? Had, he
next freieht cets in. Maior Berk-!come because: of the trial? Did

ley told me himself"

"What did Jim say about Yu Yuma?"
ma?" Yuma?" Bentain, squirming uncomforta uncomfortably,
bly, uncomfortably, frowned. "Very little."

"Didn't he tell you they'd turn

ed him loose?
'Well .... something like tha

I wasn't paying much attention."

"He though you arranged it.

Bentain heaved himself out of

he suppose her father a party to
that farce? What if, actually, he
had escaped, v
She could not believe that She
called up his. bitterness. But this

wasn't the face of the man she
remembered. .His was the look of

a hunter. Implacable.
(TO BE CONTINUED
NEXT WEEK)

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IT WON'T BE LONG NOW Mrs. Robert Frick of Rousseau reassures-, her daughter. Marian Marianne
ne Marianne that It won't be long before their lfcirical power will be converted from 25 cycle to 60',
cycle, and they will be able to enjoy an- all-fettomatic laundry. One of. the less 1 spectacular,',
but important jobs engineers in the Canal ZoneLare working on, is this "conversion 1 t'

ing the past yearssirt Panama. The
new Legislative Palace on the Pa

nama side 01 iivou Avenue is -a
splendid example of the type of

architecture tor wmcn tnis part 01

the country is becoming renown

ed.

Many Isthmians trace the build

ing of Hotel .ea fanama as ine

inspiration for the many lovely
homes which have; been built a a-long
long a-long modernistic lines in the past

few years. Certainly'tie lines, ofl

ine noiei onng auin-in,!omment
from the most' widely traveled vi visitors
sitors visitors to the country.
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Governor William E. Potter hasl

issued a proclamation designation
this week Feb. 24 to March 2 as.

Engineers' Week. Friday, March
1 will be 1' Engineers' and Archi Architects
tects Architects Day.
As part of the celebration an es,

say contest .in (being held for 'SHs

and 10th grade. Students of Canal

zone High schools, The subject ia

"What Engineering Has-to -Oifeil

as a Career." One look around this

community should-make the con

tenants hazard biipss that: ona

thing that profession has to often

is in e. knowledge that those worKH
ing in iv are m akin e a useful com

tributiori-.to the well being of theltl

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NP OP THE CANAL'S NEXT BIG ENGINEERING JOBS will be the construction of a fixed bridge at Balboa, as provld-.j
ed in the RP-US 1955 Treaty and authorized by the U.S. Congress last summer. Appropriations have not been voted for a
detailed study but this Tsketeh (not in true perspective! gives .rough idea of how one t tentative cantirever design would look- j
This plan calls for two roadway entrances on the East Bank, one from Panama City the other from La Boca. . - ,t j

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fice of Engineer, U.S. Army Caribbean; Tomas O,

President. S.PJ.JI.; j. a
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; 1. 1 1958 la a leap year write
14055; if not write 1550i.
- The Empire State building
rise 1,472 feet above ground and
. extendi 25, 85, C5, or 85 feet be below
low below ground?
7. A wit called hie nd birth birth-1
1 birth-1 day hie f'one minute birthday.'.'
,4 8. An eagle In golf, -
9. Tie the witching time.
; if. Thirteen brace of' ducki
would fumiah how many drum drum-ticka
ticka drum-ticka on the meat platter.
13. man band.
14. Firet teen."v
' 18, Subtract a letter, add two
letter to word "towel."
IT.. Find four number In: A
pair can live and often do, on
What It coata for one to woo.
DOWN
' 1. Number of stripes and the
number pf siara in the i'fi that
Francis Scott Key saw, by 'the
. "dawn's early light." w
2. A salesman- would record
what amoAint pnbJa. "swindle
.sheet" for making a trip to a
, town tMi miles distant, If allow-,
ance was 6 cents a mile?
. 8. Which denomination of V. 8.
currency contains the name of'
the 16th President? f
4. Six mills equal how many
,cents? 1
' A. The first digit Is twice the
second digit and the second digit
Is twice the third digit
10. These two number precede
twenty-three:
12, Prime number after 199.
' 15. Halt of Ave doxeiu
16. Clue: A golden egg, even a
little one, Is better than a gone
goose.
18. A shoaf is equipped with
how many feet?
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Dotograpb for
-THERS'S a sign of -Indlans-t
In the forest above, but the
little cowboy doe not eeera to be
afraid. What is it he eeee? If
you cannot guesa, use your pen pencil
cil pencil to draw straight lines from
dot 1 to dot 2, etc Where two
numbers are beside one riot, use
L the dot twice. Afterwards, you.
may wish to add colors.

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A.iv! virao Ud ft Whlte-CVed VireO SimnlV bV looking intO 1U

eyes. In the former, the red bus would bo dark. Likewise, a number
of man's fine-feathered friend may be Identified by their unique pro profiles.
files. profiles. A group of eight such bird are pictured above., How many

do you recognise?
The are th mras:
TOUCAN'., flAMUJOO
PELICAN SPOONBILL .',

See If you can list them numerically.

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GAN.'you duplicate the figure
above, with one continuous,
motion of your pencil T Let's
see. These are the rules which 's 's-you
you 's-you are eypected to follows
X Lines are not to be stressed.
, !, Lines are not to be retraoed.
8. Corners may touch.
" 4. Ton may begin anywhere en -the
figure.'. t
A solution is given elsewhere
m the .page in case you fall.
NEW GUN
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This- l-J is
one possible
method of
solving the
puoser. Tea
may have di
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Junior Readers
CMMa CMIICCAH
A Reivrsibk Word
TOE meaning of a well-known
word of els Utters is com completely
pletely completely reversed when the posi position
tion position of it two middle and third
and fourth Utters are transposed.
What is the word?
Careful, there's a catch.
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' CRTCTO'MATH
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h4. UU into the diagram-above
so that the horizontal and vertl vertl-cal
cal vertl-cal arithtnetio works out cor cor-reotly:
reotly: cor-reotly: ,
To avoid confusion cross each
numeral off as you insert it.
Can you make the Insertions
in their respective places?
Remember, you are to insert
the numbers so that the arith arithmetic
metic arithmetic functions across and down.
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THAT SHOOTS

FiaurlTjem Out
A. Before X was born', my
father "married the stater of his,
widow How was that possible?-,
B. "Hie mother was my moth-
er's only ahild." What was the
relationship?
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HORIZONTAL ; :
1 WTiat fell -upon the sorcerer?
(Act430H (Act430H-5
5 (Act430H-5 Lift .. '
"10 Who ssid Am I my brother'l
keeper:" (Gen. 4) ;
14-1 the retca of what king of
' Persia dil Exra so up to
. Jerusalem? (Ears 7:1)
18 Lend mesture.
IT River w Franc.
K-,Lease. ?
)8-Ibeenlan baroine..
30 Attire. ' t.
U It any man whet to As we
. ere not to resist? (Mat 8:40)
, JJ Snare.
24-Crcek letter.
24Aa inrpeiet product v ;
28 What did Paul and Baraaba
do in Perga? (Acta l:a5) -
SJ Deface.
-14 Exists. J' a
M-hield. ': ..
IT Mature.
College eheer.
40 rails behind.
. 41 At duiner.
42 f?omen staleeman,
4 J Attempt . ;
44 Necotiate. .
41 TooL
48 Srmbol for Iridium.
47 French coin.
4s Biblical verb form (Pa. Slu2
50 Be present
M Edge.
M Biblical place M Cht 8:70
64 In th blood of what animal
did Joph's brothers dip his
coat? (Gen. 7Jl. s
87 Produced 4uU eurfee oa,
41 Fire: comb. form.
M Bone, for teatanc.
6-on of Mahol (1 KL 4J1) ...
M Profound. .
BT Iart book of the Bible.
a Noted Itauaa umuy.

2w? Frame of
V you gWthi t-
little problem J
,ln picture fram- J
tag a, few min-
ute of careful
study, you should (
pa idii w vox
t the answer by
mental arithme arithmetic.
tic. arithmetic. The problem:
The owner of a
valuable painting
measuring 18
Inchea by 13 Inch Inches
es Inches wanted It
framed In such a
way that the
area of the frame
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equal to the area '-.'r'
of the picture. Furthermore, the frame was to be
of the same width on all four sides of the picture,

What would be the outside measurement ox
frame covering these condition? ;,
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PLATERS and aportswrlters Are both warming up
for the baseball season ahead.. Here's a warm
up session for fans.
How quickly can you provide a capsule definition
for each baseball colloquialism listed below ?
1. Blooper
, 8. Keystone sack
8. Hot corner -..........'
4. Grasan cutter ,.'........

8. Shoestring catch
6. Pull the string
7. Horse collar
8. Fishing trip
. Banjo hitter
10. Blind Tom
ejldmri 'Ot 'im
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STUDY the following equations:
A Bsetieo AX"" MS
A B ax 13 A B b 1
How quickly can you determine A and B?
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MOUNT) CORNERS

Vwfvxntob Pt piunkett
read
' sun dee) sued to shoot around
decided to try. buildlnc one himself.

t humdinger! y :
only does Pete's gun shoot around one corner,
the bullet keeps turning corners until it and
o,, urget V
How quickly can you trace the course of the
Wfirf shot Pete has fired in the mase above?

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71 More or less.
" VEKTICAL
I Masculine.
8 The breastplates of the locust
were like what metal? UUv.
:) -8
Aattate.
4 Edible roots toe k.
, 8 Personal pronoun.
4 Stray troia truth.
7 Tools, v
8 Planet .
Ret pec ted.
10 Precentor.
II Fruit of oak tree.
12 Illuminate.
1 Lowest ebb.
J 5 Mediterranean Teasela.
Jl Old English letter (var.)
J Eagle's nest
27 Is able.
28 Son of Raphu (Num. U s)
29 Refulatea afain.
30 Reaembling an egg.
11 Three-teed slotha
22 Leah's daughter (Gen. 80:21)
2 Transient -. -84
What ere the list and 22nd
books of the New Testament?
28 Violent anger.
41 One who shall come to pev.
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Patch
Work

Gift AMDKA'S
again en
Mind?
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gaged tn her fa
vorite kobby,
which la assem assembling
bling assembling a pateh-
work quilt. As to
be expeeted,
there's a problem
in planning Its
color design. .
. tTsing arsyons
or colored pencils
of three dlflertnt
shades, or check
shark to Indicate
- what they are,
color each g
' meat of the quilt
at right so that
no two adjacent
' areas are of the
same eolor. v So-
- luttoA la shown
elsewhere in page.
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A woman enters taxtean
' Cab starts off.
y Woman begins to talk.
Driver hates talkative pas passengers.
sengers. passengers. Woman continues to talk; ask
a question.
Driver thinks fast; points to
mouth, shakes head as if to sig

nal he ean't.reply;
signaling he cant
Woman stops
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en ,praoe 4mm em W iaav tare of the key
V' word are found.
Letter Perfect an hornontai

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A S an Interesting arithmetical readable words.

O- test for th stenosrapher. call Tf tntmMtinr

her over to your
touting a memo
"Remind me

deposit twelve thousand, eleven thusly evolved
hundred and tea dollars m the from almost any
hank." long Word.
Than ask her to repeat the ., Answers a r
amount, ulckly, what's wrong? ini aaiow tar

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TAKES
HOW quickly
oan you find
two flowers
which are exact
. ry alike la the
drawing at
right? Ten sec sec-onus?
onus? sec-onus? Twsnty
seconds? Thirty
seconds? Have
someone time
you as you take
the test. Then
Urn the other
person and see
who answers in
the shortest ttme.
Stems and
leaves are line.
seatlaL Only the
bloom itself lte
somewhere f a
a comer, so he
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42 Rumen.
44 Pedal digit
45 Fleet of warship.
47 Chevron.
48 Ambition.
81 JDogma.
82 Cuber.
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points to ears,
hear.
talking.

Arriving at her destination, the and error, fill in the
woman realises she's been hoaxed, to form anort word

row win contain
desk and start t0 i
as follows: m t
note how
nv short
next Tuesday to -.rds ean be
seftout'elwflyJ fiose. ho give up.
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A PAIR TO

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flowera are alike. ' LJOW many nickels, dimes and quarters make
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68 Prima do
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58 Make lac Vdglng.
59 Group of three.
60 David put garrisons through
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81 Native of Denmark.
04 Department abbr.)
08 French articla.

TVO key word!
are presented
la skeleton form
m the diagrams
at left and below.
How quickly can
you complete
them?
To do so, copy
each of the let
ters now showing
in the empty .,
spaces directly
underneath them.
Then, using a
lwv
system of trial
remaining spaces with letter
- the same letter in each verU-

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AN UNUSUAL array of check checker
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MIGHT SAY THEY'RE SUNSATIONAL Here ire six eood if you're a water skiing fan. add this seventh reason 1 GRAND CANYON, TOUCHED BY WINTER-Yiewers on zona, can look down' on' ite' majestic splendor as i?e',

" f, ; reasons for packing a bag and heading for Florida and, this is famous Cypress Gardens.; with Us Aquamalds., ; ?,the south rim at Grand Canyon National park, in Ari- and snow throw their white mantle over the landscape.
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ICE FIGHTERS, TOO While New, York firen3ejweje. battling a spectacular five five-alarm
alarm five-alarm blaze, freezing weather moved in and took over their fire-engine and '

apparatus. Fire broke out in loft of a building used to stqrt waste paper and rags.

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. I Cvoru. after' a rrowd had daahet) near th& boundary

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CABLE CAR TO THE CLOUDS A five-mile cable car ride, longest in the world, j V

carries passengers on a trip from Caracas, Venezuela, over the top of 7,000-foot-high
Mount Avila to the Caribbean seaside. Atop the mountain at the half-way
point is a recreation area complete with ice skating arena and 14-story hotel.

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NATION IS THEIR FAIISH Two United States Air Force chaplains, IX CoL Ver Vernon
non Vernon Rogers (right) and his assistant, Maj. Carl HcGeehon, discuss a scheduled
visit to the nation's colleges and universities. Their job is to help develop the
sural character of more than 100,000 cadets. They're leaving from Washington.'

ARMS AND THE WOMAN Singing star Abbe Lane
makes a last minute adjustment before appearing at a
Las Vegas hoteL She impressed a packed house with
her dress and shoes, valued at $250,000. Creations,
studded with fine stones, were under heavy guard.-

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hot strictly an art -class?
, ,When it '. teaches
safety practices as Penn-:,
'sylvania State ,. university
does, r The full -'name foe
this' special :pioject is' the
Safety .Education for Pub
,lic Schools committee!, As Associate"
sociate" Associate" Prof. Dr. Edward
Mattil .Is in' charge of the
class, which develops
uHm tt motivations for

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pupils are told about a
, gkl, who left her,, toys on
-th st'ersr a boy who was v'v

careless in climbing a tree. i t

"Then, motivated by these
stoWes, they draw or paint
. what hat happened. In this'
way,' the'thfldren are im ;

pressed '''.with i,the ; safety'.
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4 0. Feancy. Rear row. i. Bowan. wiiMr. ftkharj Man, fi. Fox. G. Fommv. N. Co too. W. JomIm:

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HeynMi, wtefcot at left 4 in eentor to utiUty mm Harry Foora.
Form League Has

MUTUAL OF OMAHA tea, Jut. I ta r. front raw. M. Baabaai, ft. WiHiaiM, IwtlWy, J. Gal. ft.'
Jlamed, S. WiNiaaw, M. Harrmg aaa T. Bnw. ftaar vow. Coach Sdrmitft. B. ckmUt, L. Barftar. It, PorkMu,
. Brown, B. Denoftertr. I. Sotfon 4 Manaaor Htrmmcl. Coach Ganflo aapitchar FaatafcM ara not

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tw '"-'- Jl?" : A C-ha, Caach M. PapaU-f iti ,pasn, J. Baoaar.ti

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RALPH SKINNER

There is new ball park for

tiie Farm League under construc

tion. -but in the meantime, tne

boy are playing a a dusty dia

moad in the Balboa School Play

ground.

Due to oncBtaUon, ue sua

shiues in tie eyes of the catcher,
and there are other inconven inconven-iencet,
iencet, inconven-iencet, But the boys don't com complain.
plain. complain. They are too happy play playing
ing playing ball.
Tha Farm -Laaaua k .Kia un un-eWttudy
eWttudy un-eWttudy far Hm Uttla i-aaoa.
Whan there is vacancy in Lit Little
tle Little Leasua, same lucky Farm
Loasua boy tars arMtl.
Then thara 4s a waitmf list far
Farm Lao sua asts, tee.
The Farm League haa more of
the minimum.- age. eietrt-year-

olds, than 'you see at v Little
League Some ol them can bare
ly manage the : throw & between j
bases, and it takes relay to et

the ball from center field home.

But uiey are learning. .met

re eager. They r Aotng their

best to fit themselves fair bigger

and better baseball later. The y
learn team spirit, and now to
take the close decisions in sports
manlike way. v

They learn discipline

te take Mama tor a

even tfiwagh it tney hrjnej esars
t yenng eyas end wrath Bo
yawns Hearts. Far these Mddias,
vaswfl theogh they r, nre
teM f their aad trfeye- awd
seaklad far their bad plays. It
is real baseball lbait ea -a
yetm e4eywr breeket.
There are no bleachers, but

friends and parents come out and
ait un the grass. Some folks farang

their own foldin, chairs and ire

comfortable.;

'For the player there is wa

ter bubbler up behind the screen

back1 of home plate.- :
.There is no dugout at the Farm
League diamond, but the players
use two big benches.
These benches may not look im important
portant important to the casual visitor; but
they are to the players; for they
represent a (definite goal ..

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POLICE turn players era,.' to r, front row. ; J. fisher, L. Lessiak, I. JmUm.6. Rhyne. Rinnan, f. Welle
"and J. Bundy. Rear row. Manager I. Husum, R. Pa uer J. Coopor, J. Wilder. K. Phillips, J. Bradsn. J.
Lusky, R,' Parron and Coach T. Brcnnaaj. ; t

f ARM, LEAGUER Paul -Zelnick, left, gets helpful imtruction tre U
4 brother John, Little League outstanding player.

100 Ba o av

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walk toward th bench nd lit
down He was not a .played. Im
mediately the manager, politely
but firmly, reminded hira t ha
the bench wai only or boya on
the team -
' In another .instance,, a -boy of
fere j to coach. No coaches except
bovi on the team he waa told
Thia make membership on a
team special privilege, some some-hin
hin some-hin .! imicrht o after, and

worked for.' A 4nark; for minor dis

nncuon, pernape, s. -"
. As in the, Little League, there
Are several adults who do a lot to
tun tii lumr runninff msnaee

the teara," coach Jthe boys, etc.

Five afternoons a wees," prompt promptly
ly promptly at 4:30, there' are two teams

playiag.

teen-agers are the umpire
Volunteers, elso. They do a food
job,; calling the plays with sol solemn
emn solemn confidence, despite ,v the
small lag in ages with some
members of the teams.
. Kiiiikinpr rnrnrd -the DlavS

It's as strict a computation as, in
the big leagues.: .t -..

, i iiiui tcriwnv lime miie jiu

a groqnder toward ihird, and rjun
like ;a bolt of lightning for iirst.
Th.v 4;f .; k,umin missed ; the

tVtusm nil th nlaVer scooted on

to second.- ine nrsi oaseman iuu
hadn't recovered, so the tiny
nlavAi cnnrriAi .rlnwn to' third. r

His coach told me wearily, I'll
have v an ; awful time when he
.... fhm sMrohnnlr, because he

will insist he hit a tnree-Daggen

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Kenealy iand P. Robinson. Rear row," M." Malley, Man afor W. Spencer, M, LeBren, R.( Wheeler,. J. Adams.
C. McCeyt Bruce Yucina, Bi Kenealy, W5 Hatting and Coach J. Short.
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' THE CHILD IS YOUNG ENOUGH
" By HELEN BEVINGTONf 4 '".'.'"
"It ls'so useful to have been a child."!''

Christopher Fry In "The Dark Is Light Enough

- to nave wanted on air t
, When that childish way ,,
'- Of moving was allowed v "v
, Is uselul to compare
j: With not walking on a cloud.
. Someone on tiptoe T" s.
! Almost, and carefree - j
Pilfeient In kind k
From one moving gingerly-.
Is desirable to know.
! For the second wind, v ,
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Ont needs the child to prove
What's half forgotten: how
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SUNFLOWER '
By JOHN UPDIKE .
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- Sunflower, of flowen ' 4
the most lonely,
yardstick of hours, '
long-term stander .
i in empty spaces, t" s '.',.
shunner of bowers,
Indolent bender
seldom, to only
the sharpest of showers
tell us, why
) Is it your face ia
; a snarl of jet swirls
- and gold arrows, a burning
old lion face high
In a cornflower iky, 4
yet by turning v
your head, we find
. you wear a girl'a ; t
bonnet behind? -: 4 s
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'T JJ which-appeared recently In th.

the Middle East, innoim K- ti..)j vf t.lrrTT;1 iuwa-u.. policy in-

vj- Zr:' "I. . ; wsenaswer, snowt tno Frtsldent leadin

voiauo. L'Mir.viiJK Dinnpr npnrintf aotav Af

America, America rules the WavesiiGI'a never, never, never shall hmmaiTki
Stata Dulles, garbed to colonial foVgSSflSSt tSSSS vS
S AuSta -X ToX1.. .bfHr Sue, was wo'n or&tKVeeM
? 'ft;'.; ofTcou ce Sn,ono&Eden -er-lfcfpUo,

The Washington Merry GoVRound

WASHINGTON Senate Ira a

gainst John Foster Dulles is

more white-hot than against any

other secretary, of state in re-!

cent history It v not merely
smoulders in private, but it flares

in public.

There is a deep, burnme convic

tion in the mind of many Sen Senators,
ators, Senators, both Democratic and Re Republican,
publican, Republican, that Dulles's up and and-down,.vacillating
down,.vacillating and-down,.vacillating policies aro a
danger to the nation; x
It ia doubtful if diitrurt of Ek I
sonhowor policioa can bo chanff- 1
d as long, as Dulles remain in
office.
There was a time when Sena

tor Knowland of California, the

Here, for instance, is the bru-

que and brutal in his Foreign Re

lations Committee critic I m
Dulles that Democrat Se n a t o r
Fulbright of Arkansas went to

Dulles's defense.
But not today. Fulbright today
is caustic and severe In his criti criticism,
cism, criticism, .iu ..:
Then waa a : day also when

Southern Democrats, usually sym-l

pathetic on foreign policy, were
tolerant of Dulles. But not today.

Here, for instance, is the bur-!

tallv frank cross-examination of

Dulles, by Sen. Russell Long of
Louisiana in which ho virtually

called the Secretary ol state a

liar. ',.,

SENATOR LONG: Mr. Secreta-

-j an I an nmr is hk 'votv i

tlus moment-.does not have aay-

thind tn do with- tne- wisaom. r

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-By DREW PEARSON
DULfcES: 1 don't knowk sir.

(.LONG: In your judgment, did
President Truman have-any right

ro sena Americas lorcer. or any
power, to send American forces in into
to into Korea?

DULLESr t have never studied

that as va layw.

LONOr Never considered it?
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DULLES: No- sir. '
Commenting to his fellow Sena Senators,
tors, Senators, Long said: "If X recall or or-rectlyi
rectlyi or-rectlyi John Foster Dulles was in

the State Department at that ve very
ry very time perhaps working on the
Japanese peace treaty. He said he;

never tought about a. matter on

which be ia regarded as an cxnert.

That i the kind of answer we got.

nay aner aay, nam wo finally

gave up irymg, to. tuw out what

I ; r WAR AND PEACE ":.

A dramatic and amazma storv

of how fighting men- can drop the
taking of human lives to rescue
children is told in the new picture,

"Battle Hymn,' released in Ma

rietta; : Ohio, home town of ColJ

Dean Hess, last, weefc r v
HesB, is the American pilot In
Korea, a former preacher who
brought down a pear record of o o-nemy
nemy o-nemy planes, but who in the mid middle
dle middle of-th hottest fighting, per persuaded
suaded persuaded the Air Force to use its
badly needed transport planes to

unwisdom of President ; Truman take 1000 Korean ornhana to th

in sending troops to Korea. All i;ishu,d of Cheju where ho set up

an orphanage.

.VmaavLen'Hall....' Gen. ,JU Gruen-

ther, retired NATO commander, -,
is responsible for the firing of two -Senate
Appropriations Committee
staffers;" fie personally phoned -Senators
and complained about
the- behavior of. Grace Johnson
and Mary Holloway on their
round the worldT "inspection'
trip last summer. This- haa now l-

become the most publicised jui.-a.
ket since Senator McCarthy 'a ju- i
mor G-men,' Roy Cohn. and, Dave
Schine, made their c e 1 e b r ated

rampage through.' Europe. ;

RED CROSS' RESIDENCE
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,f,The American Red Crosa will
not use- publicly donated funds in
securing;, a Washington rtsideace
for its new president. Gen, Alfred
Gruenther. ;
A now dome was en of the In- ,,
to accept the 130,000 a yeor
job, a time when Oltn. Ma-. j".
, th4o on .Industries- offered him. ....
S10O,O0O. In addition,. Gruenther
i wanted to remain near hit old
Army friend, now Jn the White
House.' 1 .. .'X-."t;V'- V
During his Army Career Gruen
ther never had ar chance to- ao
quire a residence in the U I A.
Meanwhile, the Red Cross had a
$70,000. fund, : tied up in invest
meats,- that, waa contributed in
19U for the specific purpose of
providing a home for its president.
The money was raised: by Hen.

ry P. Davison, World War I aide
to President Wilson. A house waa

purchased in 1919 for Red crosa

FLYING FLASH BULB Hoverln over a back tarA ct th

future is an artist's conception of a lowrcost vehicle designed'
to bring short-range flying down to earth In terms of the:
average income.- This proposed solution- to the problem of
crowded highways has been suggested by an official of the
Ceneral Electric Company'a flight propulsion labomtory la
Cincinnati. Ohio: Intended to Uke the place of the family
Jalopy, the craft would be fitted with gaa turbine-powered
driving fans, similar to those used In present, experimental
"Frying Platforms." The finished1 design of the vehicle, which
would take oft and land vertically, has not been determined,
but CK spokesmen foresee suck a craft m the market within,
10 years. It Is referred to as theBrtn flash bulb-because
ofitaahape..' ..-. -:.,: ., ,-1 .,',.--

evotina the precoode of hie
book and' of this picture to build
a new orphanage for the or orphans
phans orphans still living on the Island
of Choiu.
.WASHINGTON PIPELINE

am" asking yon is the question of

the attitude of the ExecuUva le-

partment of this uooern men,
uhothar ft i President does have

the power to send tne troops wun- s GeB Earie E partridee land

out a Congressional autnoraawn. Patrick w. Timberlake were

Here is a state uepaieniWMwimne to hold up action, right in
mmmt which SSVS it iS UtO POSl-t,h- nu,i. A -...t tr.

. i r..nutiir. TlanT-imnT I .

hob vt mib ; rescue xnese orpnans. v a -w-
that he doea have the power. That- Hom, still in the Air Force, U

: is all 1 am aiKiug yuu auvm,
I am asking you, does he have the

power to send uie iroopa wuuoui

an auinorizmuon r ; ;

nui i e? I would not be pre

pared to answer that question in
f i i .

LONO: Let me ask you t h t a

question: Did President Kooseveu
have the right to put troops on

Iceland during worm warv ai
DULLES:. I don't know, -i '.
LONG: I am sure you have giv

en, some thought to the matter.

DULLES: No. I have never giv

en thought to that one.
Long read this part of thexross thexross-examination
examination thexross-examination to fellow Senators

and than told, them: "That was

a falsehood, and everyone In the
committee room knew It was not

true." r j

"WAS JEFFERSON RIGHT.

The emia examination of Dul

les continued:
LONG: In your Judgment, ild

Thorns r Jefferson nave the tight:

tie send American forces I ruwst

nresident Livinsston Fafrand, but

up was sold two years later because

i orpnanage '-? ? c arrana s successor, uug
It's a true tnrv Inrlndin th I Barton Pavne. had his, own Wash

fact that such-' hard-boiled and!ington noma and Jidn't Want to
top-ranking Air Force executives move. t,

siace lazi me money una een
in a trust fund and will now be us
ed to provide shelter for Gruenther.
He has refused to sign a re restricted
stricted restricted covenant in fashionable
Spring Valley which would forbid
resale to non-Aryan person, and
as a result, negotiations for pur purchase
chase purchase of the house have now been
abandoned. y-..i-i. -v-r..
NOTE Senator Kefauver nd

Oscar Chanman. ex Secretary of

Clarification: In- a recent col

the Interior, refused to sign a re re-rrirtiva
rrirtiva re-rrirtiva covenant in the same a ;

uma it was mdicated that Harold 'rea.' Vice President Nixon did sign

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LEN HALL FOR GOVERNOR

Cohn hi the Jacksonville TV. case
was formerly associated with un

savory characters. I now find that

he was not so associated, and am

delighted to make this clear...The

FBI has belatedly linked Orest

Makar, the St. Louis professor
who denounced his American ci

tizenship, with a- Soviet spy ring.

Malar apparently turned over to

the Russians top-secret informa

tion about our Arctic electronics
warning network. Ironically, it

was the FBI which gave Maker

security clearance to work on sec

ret Arctic photographic projects...
President Fienhower's brsCher,
Milton, ia plugging S3 year old
Robert Smith to be Assistant Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of State in charge of Latin
American Affairs. Young Smith
has bee running a smal airline

Ex-COP Chairman Len Hall wiQ
definitely ba a candidate for Gov Gov-ernor
ernor Gov-ernor of New York in 1958.
Hall talked it all over with Pres.
ident Eisenhower the other day
and received the President's whole,--hearted
approval, plus his assur
ance of support when the time
comes.
' Originally- Hall wanted to be
Postmaster General But when ail-.
tag Arthur Summerfield: pleaded
with Ike to be allowed to stay on.
Hall decided that ha wouldn't get
tied down in Washington, but
would devote his full time to or organizing
ganizing organizing bis gubernatorial cam.

psigw was r launched this past

wev, wtrea i-de four f peeca t

lOiiien, by eAiQP (NaUsL, (kiav

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: WASHINGT0W'"tN15A)" Glani

. urous as they sound, the formal

Wflrte House pwie-tfj& pMy

Only alcohol served, for exam-lrectar of. tha Navv'a feeding nro-

jpie, uuc giaap ui wme,ior uni.i grain,, reaq aouut. it ants tw i"1 i"1-This
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" three guests at the recent white-

..tie dinner for the Nixons and the
Cabinet threw private cocktairirar
, ties before the re vent.'' j
There were three night-cap par parties
ties parties after the dinner.t new -. -'
They've atop pad announcing

wnai me menus are at white
Bouse dinners, also, '. .,

t.j They're basically all the -same

- Una we do 'monotonous tentertaiii-

. ing," a White House iasister a.,

j plains -,
, SEEKING REUEF from the r

.' tent heavy dose of the white-tie
- affairs of the inanenratron, state

. visit and Whiter House reception,

, jtep. iteitn menuon- (u-wyo) ana

r bis wife Thyra threw a shipwreck
r-"1 iinottlMA tMlir ithia nitfllfr 1 ft -A-

'- Rep. Charley Teague (R-Cafif

sported a fades blue T-shirt which

- started the evening; with' a small

I i .hole in t&e middle. ( ; i ;
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I Able to resist;, the .temptation Id;

tear the hole 'larger,-and before

, the evening was over. he would

. have gotten awfully burned if. the

sun had been tut.

Rep. Phil Weaver 5 (K-Neb

- Wore a pair of army oo dating
from the Battle of the Bilge, trtnis trtnis-'
' trtnis-' ers he uses &r paiatuift. aid a
' Scotch highlander's cap, a gift
' from the Duke of Edinburgh.
The worst looking thing Sep.
t John Henderson (K-Ohio) c on I d
find to wear, he admitted, was a
, brilliant orange tie which his moth-
er-in-law had given him for Chrst-
I t Wsi?;:v,,';H.;'tv.',l'''''''

through the front door and then
steef .thejtn to the. caatroomf.V'i

WtT REPORTED last weekrthat

tite we of Hep Al uumau (u-urf ;
lost ker-eeokbooks- h the jnatfr-

Well, Cast. Billy1 Johnson, dl-

Sba' coupla of days" agoTTa went I

out to Mrs. Ullman's hornet and

presented fcer with thr Iavy'y of-1

final cookbookj as a personal gift.

Trenble s,-aB- recipe is ngur-

e tot iw persons.! "' i

v 'That's perfect for a congress congressman's
man's congressman's wife," says Mrs. uflman,

who's an expert cook: 'Tve often

harf t.A Baifvtt that hia ttnnuH f

REPUBLICAN switch:

It was M problea for Mead'

corn,' sew Republican Nat i o n a 1 1

Caairman, to unqLa place to Jive 1

nere-. f ..

He nor only took "over "retired

Len Hall's job. but he moved right

into Ms apartment at the Sberaa-

ram; t -i M ;

UfLEJ!.JP W.C Fields'

classic dictum "grab the bull by the

CORDON GRAY, the hew directl -ut wa finally penned up.

is vmuw 91 iKioua jaouuizauan
has a special telephone en his desk
for use when, the President wants
to summon Jum im a kurrj), aui

When Gray waa secretary of the

Larmx,: Jxt. was JumyJ, Uuefi .ai

v In this"rela11enship .Gray haff 4it?vriiiw
kn. n M. rfulr with a B1JXSU WKlltK

button which could summon Ike

te him instantly. j .,.

jau and face th; t.fi .ir." ur wassi.

a.M Francisco. Th w ioose en route to the

w "m aua a wxicap a wild chase

Walier Wi nchell I

f ft.

MewYork

At the height Of the gaiety, which
Included dancing and singing, a
terrific Chinese buffet dnner was
served. Each course 1 was some

thing you could eat wuh your find

ers so there was no grappling w4&

. cnopsncas. ,

- THE RECENT Whfte 'Ri'w e

reception tor the Juaictary and mir mir-Itary
Itary mir-Itary branches -of tbtr gorernraent

surrea up a protocol rnuDaro. by
the wav. r'

Supreme C e 6 r X Justices sSd
their wives were 'afiowed, to enter

.. the Executive Mansion by the

front door whereas the rest of the

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tsteban V',Iqmt a NaVy CPOAfay in the touring troupe; of

runs u ana coura get a ion maims-rrBeiiK, Are Bnynng." .ior a movie

in 5 aie aw m Italy. Intimates sospert

tn mafor reason Is to rorgei

' v Primo .Ciarnera: ime-time heaH

:- Tot example, leputy.!creiaryjTyWeight hope (now an actor-am

or teiense nenucn d. jn,ueriouu 1 looKing any ; awoiung biubb m

But as Gray explains: i
'I ad been a private in the Ar

my too, long in-World ;War II and

en name 01 cisennower naa come

ta mean tea much, I. never had

courage to push the button which

wonld summon Iksw When I want-,

ed to talk to him I walked into his

offica.r' k) v.-, j :-v
' At$f DAY W THE WEEK the
mast, delicious lunch to be eaten
in towa Is served ia Defense Sec,
teary Charlie WUsoo's private din-

mg. room in .the pentagon!

t

, The vhanees are be hasn't read a word of
? The agonising beaaty that waa Keats
And Chatterton's a name he never heard of;
yet, sitting, where the cult of midnight meets,
His mind Is lost In that same contemplation
That haunted other mindi in other days,
As down the earrldors of eeaversation
He searches for perfection In a phrase. 1
With seoteh-and-soda he ia idlhif there,
:;r;I7a tJirash drmtne amoke, his eyes are able '
To lienrer for moment eat a pah"
Of levers, holding hands aaros a table.,
' Then, juletlyr a menn-card la torn, , y
And on the back of it aeag is born.
;:: aj-e.'' ; '(,::-, j MitcneB farish

."Celebs About Townr Shelley Win

ing any hotel restaurant
iaiQcld if he wanted to...

entertained visiting Crown :PHnee Avenue. Beret and" flying scarfs,
fnf 6-aa JCmir Abdul Ilah- the othelr f faitu Rivera df -"Mr. Wonderful"

afternoon in Wilson's ansencev? inirMTW the stares 01 xne iarniy

Here's what Torres servea, seiw-iHideaway roguet ;wk ner xnmew

1

Crowd Went in thfbueh the Kaatffte th Prince' twif ravinft abOUttcnn unrmaffr '..J Tallulah' "Banki

ing where the coat- cnertrrnnm f ttio fnnH: 1 I ; v -Itiairf -whn brnkf

relocated. ". ..
- This tidbit "of seniority- Tecognf Tecognf-tlon
tlon Tecognf-tlon thrown to the Supreme Court
angered wives of loweicuuit jud judges
ges judges who figured they were just as
good as anybody elseJ -'-
- A couple even threatened: not to to-'
' to-' attend, but their attitude got hem
nowhere. I'ts just too 'much of a
traffic jam to bring; eyerybody

hrf -who broke a hand in Philly

French onion smut, celery. eHre-l ehim nver th Iflth Cost of Being

nuhshes, melbi toast; Voastt ten- hf Star:. $1,XXJ for ths I medico $S0W

derloin 01 beef 'baked Idaho pwa- for the anesthetist Tony -nen-:
tn Snsnlsh' rice..- French ereen inett fnneninf at the Copa tamoc-

beans, mushroom gravy, avocaaeirwmghtt Tenonmgj;inai .m n-

Times Square Circle 1 Many of
the better known hostesses ar
giving cocktail and dinner partiej
to introduce Alger Hiss to their
influential friends. People, who
might, give him employment. He
does Dot seek an administrative
job.: He Is killing time writing bis
memoirs ... Profits for .Eugene O' O'Neill's
Neill's O'Neill's "Long Day's Journey Into
Night! are now around $7,000 week
ly. Many of his big hits never gross grossed
ed grossed that much in a week . Latest
Cinderella ta Make It: Diane Ladd
who gave the stage door Johnnies
to the Other gals in the Latin Quar Quarter
ter Quarter line far the last two years. ,S
she could study-acting,, dancing,
singing, etc, am) respond to audi auditions.
tions. auditions. Diane. a cute blonde (wi-h
a Mississippi accent), just cashed
in her Broadway chips. She will

Memos of a Midnighter: Nanette pia,ulft ouma dope addict in the the-Pabray's
Pabray's the-Pabray's friend, arf ,-.OTifJton of "Hatful of Rain"
unit mamr Tn-A JtnT.mU I PrOdUCCf MaX ?OrdOZl f Wh A

Bing! Crosby's director. He is U f.nc "e)
Mexico, acquiring a divprce. Nan-ZJS 'f7, ghr hJmseL 5

ette Happens te ba there, too...Sid HIEn r.-" ,U t j""
Caesar is tha UUt t.i f.vnHtJ Tunnel of Love" (which was dec-

than lioBy wood's top '. mailgetter:
James Dean. -

who doesn't know (yet) where next

season's time is coming: from

Danny f Thomas ..... dghtr ; Margaret

ana 1 nomas Lenanan are a. duet

He's a student at Msrniiprln TT

The Gay Vincents (actress Betsyj

von 1 ursienourgi expect another

image in June ; Sarah Marshall j
41.. M 1 . . ..... -."

we ueiuiue love-uueresi in Vls.l

orated with sugary out of town

notices) on his desk for months
and never read it

The Late Watch: ; Esther Wil Wil-tfams
tfams Wil-tfams swim-show producer Jona Jonathan
than Jonathan Lucas will wed model Evelyn

ta. a -Small Planet,"; and her hus-! Prentiss on the 22nd. Their re

1. 1 1 a. a . LlLJ. n 1 fT A.

salad, Parker House rousj straw- fusal to have -ms nose preuMMuu' agrceu 10 pari jusi oexore. specuve uumaays ... caroara uut uut-berry
berry uut-berry Bavarian Jce cream-,' eof- cost him two'ITwoocLoffers f.;jlast week's- premiere ... Dorothy ton's son Lance Reventlow and
fee mixed nufa. chorekte minta Christine Jorkensen'a- Bewhr -. ac-j Sarneff, one of the featured mem- model Geraldine Hardner are keep

ntiif-itatea ". t

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r Herewith find solutibq to Sunday. CVoarWord Pas-.
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lontranre) into Chateau Henry IV.

.The very 'Brinsn-Kex uarrison,;

who was born in Hungary, j- v

.Sallies In Onr Alley: It got a

llaree eiesleC at Armando's.-About

the Starlet lulled into slumber oyi

her psychiatrist After she.wasj

nndged awake, he sskj: how ao.

you feel now?" ... "Oh? finel" she

1 Babv-Stared. Do I get tne part?"

,A professional New Yorker'a de-.

ing and I" (the staee ing their chums in suspense.

venionk becomes Mrs. Milton is "sure" she's The One ... Pel

Raymond March 15th. He's an ad) Markley (former Captain of the

agener exec comedian Joe E.cnonnes at The Laun Quarter) and
Lewis' new pulse hopper: Vegas her husband welcomed a Boy at
chorine) Joan Hurlburt Tha1 Polyclinic Sunday. ..r Kitty : Kelly

Duker and Duchess of Norfolk art' (lined for over a year with Dick

ats aqueicning rumors (or a spilt- Maymesj was not tne gai witn turn

nation) by strolling daily along

rromeaaoe aes Anglais m race.-

"Iff

Iscription m Chieagor

iNewarka.' j ;

"Show-Business Bignettef "When

'Hatful f Ra' was firs prod-.

led (at the Actors' Studio) the fern-

when North Miami Beach gendar gendarmes
mes gendarmes made the arrest for being
Martinebriated. The doDinqu e n t
(in Florida) gave the -name of
"Tnnnhaiim"Mi KVIlv'a mar.'.

Broadway Roulette: "Visit to a: riage tag .w Former chief at NBC

Answer for Sanday, Jan. 1 Cryptoqalps QLt RC-
. cuciKa Hurra .isiuMPHi jlead, eatwo

SPREE IN HOMESTRETCH.

husbasKl omplained that her J

reer was ruinin their marriage...

So she resigned ...Carroll (B"Ba-

by Doll") Bake another unknown

actress then. inherited the role

But when it was resdy for Broad-

war they told her Shelley Winters

would play P Because thev need needed
ed needed "name" ... Now 20th Century Century-Fox
Fox Century-Fox Is makinr the film version..,

The leading lady will be Eva Ma-;

rie Saint ... Her saiaryr Siso.ooo.

two' SmaB Planet," rated as a smash Pat Weayer opens his new offices

following Us premiere last week at at 430 Park Avenue shortly.. .Ul .Ul-The
The .Ul-The Booth Theater, was a big gam (lian Roth's sequel ta her "I'll Cry
Mr for George Axelrod. its oroduc- Tomorrow" will be "Bevond Mv

er CriUcs in New England) Worth" Carmen Amaya's fla
(where it tried its wings) brushed menco artistry resumes at Cha-

me lead was given to Eva Marie it off as so much fluff It did lit-'tesu Madrid tomorrow night...

SainUthen an obscure player .. tie business and got mixed critical, dith Piafi South American tour
After rehearsing many long hours response during ts flopmn in Bos- pays her $13,000 per for 8 weeks...

(besides teevee assignments) her ton ,i It bad less than $8,000 in ad Lorraine Doyle (Girl Friday at

vaace sales wnen it opened here Musie Corp. of America) merges
last Thursday evening ... The next with Fire Dept Lt. Fred Weigold
afteraoon (following exciting not-)... Song star Edye Gorme kH.-ps
ices from most of the reviewers) ft denying it is "serious" but the
took in $10,000 Mr. Axelrod, who went to Philly for Steve Lawtence
nursed it alonff from its IneeDtiont nramiara Coaaxa Kipni fat tea

as a teevea show (and through irs I Met Opera) spurned "South Pacl
agonieing tryout days), rates most fie" to enjoy his leetle Contessa in
of the credit and profit Not be- Switzerland From tha coJ'm of

ing able to lure investors he pet Feb. 20, 1856 (almost a year ago):
up most of the hacking ..:As they "Susan Hayward has made F. Es Essay
say Essay at the .racetracks and other ton Chalkley, the handsome barri-

-G-Map), her No. 1



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KEEPING AN EYE on the game are Philip Rogers,-. Jeff,- and Richard
Keigley, plus an unidentified kibirxer at right. ..
. r- ', 'i
Farm League Has 100 Ballplayers

(Continued from race J)

TiivrA are six teams ki the

Farm League. They are, alphabe alphabe-tiallv
tiallv alphabe-tiallv Cvrnnn Kiwis. Lifesavers.

Mutual of Omaha, Police, and
Seymour Agency. -The Seymour
Agencv is listed last but mebbe it
ought to be first because it also
supports a Little League team.
Tneso sponsors are a big help
to "he league, and the only direct
advertising they get is the name
on the Bhirts of the plaeyrs.'
The boys should feel happy to
liavn snnnsrvrshiri All the vears I

plaved baseball, no one ever gave
me j shirt with a name on it. Re Recalling
calling Recalling how I played, I might have
been able to arrange substantial
payments not to reveal sponsor-
ahin .'

Compliment! are few and far

between these days, but I got one
at the Farm League Park. About
4.35 one afternoon. 1
Tun, hif-pvprt huclt-t 0 0 t h e d

ball players e yed me steadily,

chewing mm.: gun nite proiession proiession-ol
ol proiession-ol hl Ipatrnpm Finally one said.

"These pictures for the Panama

American? . .
That's right," I admitted,
"Will thpv tin in tonieht's Pa

per?" was the next question, and
1 . .i :

I tnoJgni mat was rem nice.
I explained that pictures of
sucn. good-looking ball players
shouldn't be scanned in a hurry
in the afternoon paper.
Therefoie they would be print printed
ed printed on Sunday when folks had
more time to look at the pictures
closely. -..

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SNUQ;ACAINST THE WEATHER Now baby can be
wheeled through the rain without getting. any damper, than
usual .Model Judy Nal demonstrates convincingly that the
plastic coverall protects this folding stroller from the elements.
Tt stroller was displayed at the 1957 Winter Market Show at
the American-Furniture Mart in Chicago.' --' -

1-rJrain : i
box '
5 -Eminent
1ft Freer
from
' mixture i
15-Natlve of of-r
r of-r : land of

thistle i
19 Sharpen
20 Great
21 Musical -;
exercise
22 Readiness

23 Departure

HORrZONTAL
! 55 Beetle
58 River
i n of t,
France
; 60 Number
41 Japanese"
money i

. 62 Parha.
' ." ment 1
63 Com of
Latvia 1
, 65 Depres -aidrt

67 Rocky

pinnacle

25 Of a body, 68 Ardent

of.

- soldiers
27- -Damp
28 Flower
. of
bayous 0
29- -Capuchin
monkey
31 Aconite
32 Constella-
lion
S3 LitUe

- island 86 Pome

70 Local
73 Strong
v. current
1 75 Blow
77-"-Fortinca
. v Aion ,..
79 Born.
80 Nodder
84 Having
' feet
used -;.

as oars :

35 Small

anchor
37 Beaver's
enemy
39 Slowr. -'
moving
person
41 Eternity
43 Preclude
45-Heath ;,
48 Falter
50 Dis-
' -burden 1
52 Blunder
53 Threefold
54 U. S.
xanal

fruit

9ft Nothing
. 91 A god of
' '- love :
. 93 Tear..-.--
94 Plant .i;
disease
96 Brink t:.
. 97 Border
. on
99 Gait
101 Crown
103-Hard
J "-",;! animal '.
:''iif substance

' 164 Recount"

106 Skill

108 Boer
, dialect
109 Large
knife
111- Cut 1
. off
vowel
112 Move
. jerkily '
114 Pinaceous
tree -116-Wet
:
117-Thick
119 Alluvial
matter
121 Make,
correct
tions
123 Town
in .;
, Belgium -125
Sign
127 Vitality
128 Greek
., .. portico ,'
129 Lamb's
, mother
132 Student
of ?
, ; .natural
, T i .history . v
135 On
; .Inserting;
j additional
'fU-.- layer '.i' -;.
138 Russian
. province
139 Rebuff
140 MinU
141 Recite ".,
metrically
142 Proceed
;' slowly
143 Vestige
144 Accord-'
145 Simple j

VERTICAL
1 Ruminate 40 Persian ,'
mentally water

2 Holy City v wheel

3 Begrin

Ring
' 4 Plead
t 5 Scowl
-6-Unkeeled
'T Goddess of
- discord
8 Past
9 Rigid
10 Point in -orbit
of
i moon V.
nearest '.
' earth 1
11 Shoshone
12 Wrinkle .;
13 Redactor
14 Send

15 Japanese
. coin
16 Class

of iron

42 Speaker

44 Barren
46 -Law
47Watchf ul
49 Biblical ..
i name
SI Release .-

'- 53 Part of
- mortise
5 Admit
57 Of grapes
59 Group .,
' 62 Adorn
' 64 Fan .. 4'
' palm
; 66 Negotiate
'( 69 Before
71 Common
"value." ..
- 72 Rim
k 74 Corded .,.

fabric

' meteorites 76 Dark

17 Ridges of

! drift
,18 Brain ;
merit-
brane
24 Narrow ;
,, valley on,
moon

26-r-Ether

llue

78 Basis of
cologne :
. 80 Pitfall
61 Slander
.. 62 Explained
63 Plants
I disease

85 Swarthy

XUE KCIQT.WAO
H V KCC W A D X T C

.CRVPTOQUIP ;

mmhnliiul 87 Foresight

30-Increae ..' 88-rMade of
34 Place: - ax
35r Unite 89 Corun-
vi,' nrmly-v j dum. r
36 River of K. 92 Ratify
Spain ; 95 Indian
38 Land f 98--Ebb and
i Shamrock ': How
39-Cubi-' ,- 100-rConceited

-.' meter 'precisian

102-Float "
" 103 Coarse, ..
.'chaffy
, part of
, ground
grain
; 105 General m
; tendency :
107 Braced ..
frame.
, work
110 Of a
- "region
112 Antenna
113 Kind of
"rose I
' 115 Extraci
" from x
pine tar
118 Stylish ;
120 Star in ..
" Virgo'
122-Tele-
graphie
. code ,"t
123 White .
' crystals
.124 Brasilia
.; seaport v (. :
126 East In-

dian.; -.
palm r
128 Quicken.

130 Deterior Deteriorate
ate Deteriorate by
' use
131 European
. sea bird
.133 Central
l American
:. tree
134 Dry, of
' wines ".
136 Wooden
137 Doctrine

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ALVIN DARK of the. St. Louis Cardinals may be
; neacring the end of his major league career, but from
the way he has been shooting golf of late he might
haw little trouble making the transition from tne
baseball diamond to the golf links.
Hie slender shortstop, who may lose his Job as a.
regular with the Cardinals because of wear and ad ad-;
; ad-; vanced age, fired a four-over-par 74 Wednesday to
win the 54-hole Cavalcade of champions Golf Tour Tournament
nament Tournament with a 218 seven strokes better than his
nearest rival. 1
Dark, who also won the putting tun lest staged r
before the start of the final rbund, had trouble
, on the greens, but overall consistency enabled him
i to gain his second golf title in two: weeks. He won
t the Miami Tournament for Baseball Players last
week.
Mtcher Lou Kretlow of the Kansas -City Athletics
finished second to Dark with a 225 total. He fired a
73 in the final round, as only 12 major leaguers turn turned
ed turned but. Play was halted for about 45 mlnuteh because
of st shower. .

THE "WEEK'S BAD news on the international bal

ance once v was w me iorm W uie grave anuauon
Uiuuguv auouii uy ismei s iciusai to Miiuraw its u u-vasiou
vasiou u-vasiou lorces xiuxu two Egyptian areas reacneu lis"
erniiux in fne unuea jNauuns.
iiie UaS. vteuerai Assemuiy was ready to consid consider
er consider "tancaons againsfc israei u it peiusia in i'
leiusai-
bix Western European nations agreed to form a
; historic union tor cooperation waicn is intended
to proviue a common uiaraet, witnout tarn i bar bar-titu,
titu, bar-titu, tor 40 nuuion people, 1
A delegation of economic, experts from Poland ar arrived
rived arrived in unitea biates to seen American vreuns
oi iuo to iou miinou ueeaea to ntreiigtnen tne "m "m-ttepenaent"
ttepenaent" "m-ttepenaent" communist regime ox Wyaaysiaw Uo Uo-niuma,.
niuma,. Uo-niuma,.

ISRAEL

ISRAEL HAS DEFIED demands by the U.N. and per
Rnnm B.nnpaA h-w HrMilpnr hlisonnfium, D!mA A.im.

Johnny Gray, Cleveland Indians pitcher was third-" jster Uavia Ben-Uurion, that it evacuate the tiaza

with a 77-234, while Chicago White Box manager Al

Lopez finished fourth with 77-249. Next game Early
Wvnn. Cleveland pitcher. 88-251: Steve Ridzik. New

York Giants hurler. 84-252; Yogi Berra of the New

and Aqaoa Gui tuoast areas which it seized when it

invaaea tgypt last uct. 29.

Israel demanded that, as the price of withdrawal,

YorJc Yankees, 87-256- Bobby Thomson of the Mil-it be given .guarantees: 1) That means would b nro-

tmcu w iiicvcui gueiuia raius on israei irom tneK

wankee Braves. 92-268.

Jimmy Piersall of the Boston Red Sox had a 268,
Mickey Mantle of the Yankees had 274, Herb Score
of Cleveland had 281 and Mickey McDermott of Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City had 297.

CARNIVAL-FESTIVITIES entered their final phase
with, the selection ol Miss Kosalia Isabel Baivaza as
Queen of the 1957 Official Carnival of Programs Jna
17 -year-old candidate was chosen belore an audience
of 20,000 gathered at Olympic Stadium. A native cf
Chiriqui Province, the beautiful Miss Barraza -was
backed by the Santa Ana .Borough Civic Council, ;
The Queen's first official act was the raising of
the blue-and-white Carnival flag in Balboa yesoert
day afternoon, on the flagpole in front of the Gee Gee-thals
thals Gee-thals Memorial shaft -':,
. The five candidates for Queen of the C.Z. poline- ;
man's ball, the Balboa High School Queen, and the
YMCA Queen joined with, Gov. Potter and hon-'
: orary members of the Canal Zone Carnival Junta ;

m welcoming Miss Barraia. t
, This Is the second "time the Carnival flag has been
raised in the Canal Zone; the first was in 1947.
, Meanwhile toldos are being put together on the
Barraza fill -and elhe where in the Capatal City and
in Colon. Several Zone clubs plan special festivities.
Miss Analida Alfaro, Coffee Queen of five Latin
American corf ee-produclng -countries, will be among
those appearing at the Union Club.
Miss Barraza and her court will center some of

their gaiety at Hotel 1 Panama.

The big money-earners In baseball are getting that

saasnea reeling. i
Right-hander Bob Lemon of Cleveland agreed

fia.uiK) contract and will report to training

un juesuay, iae ao-year-oia iiemon saia ne
he; can go one more season.

Gaza area on the Egyptian frontier; 2) That its ships
would be given the right of free passage through tne
Aqaba Gulf, 'commanded by Egyptian store batteries,
to its port of Elath.

President Eisenhower said in an earnestly-deliver-

the

against

The UN. assembly' was called to meet Thursday

: jea television ana Taaio sptecn to the American p
10 nle Wednesday nicht.. that. iink.u Tarnel mv In

vuuib u.N.; has no. choice but to exert tiressure

s -sure it .

The Yankees gofokays from outfielder Hank Bauer Sfe,icSM
for $28,000 and third baseman Andy Carey for U,V oSlsrMr. onS P5118""8 which
COO. Bauer got a slight raise... Carey, a slight cut. P1 economy.

Infielder Granny Hamner of the Phils sinned a 1957

contract. .as a pitcher. Hamner pitched In three
fames last year after an injured shoulder crippled
is work at .shortstop- M
The Washington Senators are more concerned with
an internal problem than signlngs. Chief stock-holder
Oabe Murphy Tuesday revealed he had asked Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Ford Frtck to look into the club adminis administration.
tration. administration. Murphy charged Inefficiency. '
Thursday, board member Leo De Orsey said he
win present the club's side of the story to Frick. De
Oneey told the United Press he has a letter indicat indicating
ing indicating Murphy expected to take over -.the club. Murphy
said he doesn't "know anything" about the' letter. But
he declined to isay whether he ever wanted or now
wants to become president of the club. f-

Manhattan and Beloit College have accepted bids
to postseason basketball tournaments. Wayne of De Detroit
troit Detroit turned down a bid.
Manhattan became the sixth team in th fipM nf

12, for the National Invitation Tournament in New

(. CUSTOMS UNION
THE PRIMER MINISTERS of France, Weht Ger Ger-"
" Ger-" many, Italy, the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxemburg-
agreed to enter a customs union which would
provideva tariff -tree common market lor their
countries,; ;.; '-,-.,) .-i ,-V
The plan, fulfillment of a dream of statesmen for
many years, was. calculated eventually to result In
a virtual merger iOf their economies.
Under the agreement, the six countries also will
pool atomic energy resources for peaceful purposes.
,; i'OLAND ..
Poland succeeded last fall, under the skillful guid guidance
ance guidance of Communist chieftain Gomulka, in breaking
away from Russian domination. But Its position was
still precarious. ; ; :
Gomulka had 'succeeded In 'overcoming the resist

ance of those Polish Reds: who opposed the break-

York-. Belolt of Wisconson was the firht riuh phniri way.. But Poland's economic weakness remained an

j . r ai.nt ,1onnri. i ttiat ft mlnV.t t..J t Mtnl 1

jur iae xirst annual muaa usmau -college tournament.
.Wayne was invited to the NCCA tourney for maj major
or major colleges but "declined with thanks." Wayne is a
member of the President's Athletic Conference, which
frewns on post-season competition. v
, Jfockey Eddie Atcaro has made a difficult decision.
Arcaro who always seems to ride stake-winners
had choice of two good three-year-olds on March
2nd. He Was ottered the mount on "Bold Ruler" in
the Flamingo at Hlaleah,. or ""Prince Khaled" In the
Banta Anita Derby, Each race carries $100,000 'added.
jrariner Tommy Taylor who :haridles Prfricer,Khal Prfricer,Khal-ed
ed Prfricer,Khal-ed aid Arcaro chose Bold Ruler. Taylor immedi immediately
ately immediately lined -up Ralph Neves to ride-Prince Khaled in
the California race.

Heavyweight contender .WHIie Pastrano used sharp management.'!
baxlng tactics Wednesday to take a unanimous deci- 1

acute danger, in that it might lead to fatal nonular

discontent.
The United States, after long consideration, de decided
cided decided 'that it was justified in aiding Poland and
; thus strengthening the breach in Russia's aateUltc
. CUipiVO. ;. .' .m ..' ..)
There was every indication that the Polish delega delegation
tion delegation which arrived in the United JStates Thursday
would go home with a promise of substantial finan financial
cial financial and economic aid. , a
tion" of the Senators' front office that he is seek- :
ing would involve the ouster of Calvin Griffith at
club president. ' "'. (. :
"But Murphy denied that he has proposed "the Cal

vin Griffith management De replaced with Murpny

Crime and violence still plagued authorities on
both sides of the Panama-Canal Zone boundary
line-. One would-be juvenile delinquent picked an
unusual victim when he tried to burglarize the
Diablo home of Judge Clara Gonzales de Behrin Behrin-ger,
ger, Behrin-ger, jurist of Panama's Juvenile Court, After ad admitting
mitting admitting his guilt in a lower court he was bound o o-'
' o-' ver for trial in U.S. District Court on a charge of
burglary. :, .:".
La Boca Council members said they thought 'the
community was getting somewhere with its efforts
to control lawlessness: But the parade of vagrants
appearing In Balboa Magistrate's court showed little
cnange.
The dawn peace of La Boca was also disturbed by
a fight hetween five Scandinavian seamen,- a Colom Colombian
bian Colombian taxi-man and another local man riding as his
passenger. Except for the passenger, who escaped,
all were given 15-day jail terms. The cabbie's punish punishment
ment punishment was ssupended. The seamen posted appeal
bonds f $50 each, then sailed with their, ship. T
.Three TPanama students who tampered with a car
at Far Fan beach got jail terms varying from 10 to

uu u-jro. n Miiur iroin voco esoio wno gave police a
false report of a htolen car, got a $25 fine and a 10 10-day
day 10-day jail term, suspended- The sailor's card had real really
ly really been repossessed by the sales agency because he
failed to keep up his payments. ,.
Panama police picked up El Gate (The Cat) and
El Resbaloso (The Slippery One) on suspicion of
being perpeitrators of burglaries and robberies in Rio
Abajo and Parqne Lefevre.
After 'holding two U.S. sailors for more than 48
hours in connection with the drowning of a Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian at a Cerro Azu Lake, Panama authorities term termed
ed termed the incident accidental and released them. An
autopsy showed no marks of violence on the drown drowned
ed drowned man's body.

: A speeder who was driving between 60 and 70 mph
on Gaillard Highway caused the worst smashup of
the year when his car got out of control and turn turned
ed turned end-over-end. Since bis wife was killed, he will
be charged with involuntary manslaughter when
he recovers sufficiently at Gorgas. Two passengers
escaped serious injury.

eion from Johnny Holman.

tstrano kept Holman at bay with left jabs and
hooks to run his unbeaten atreak to IV bouts. Pas Pas-i
i Pas-i teano was a heavy (5-17) favorite for the first bout
j an the new arena in Louisville. Willie forced the
j fighting from the start and kept .beating the
1 heavier and slower Holman to, the punch, -,
TPhe Washington Senator'

tfday. they have a letter showing that disgruntled er which hobbled his play at both shortstop and sec

As for acauirine ownership of the team. Murphy

pointed out that he has an agreement with the Grif Griffith
fith Griffith family that does not expire until 1960 under
which ha has firht position on any stock it might selL
. t'That would indicate my desire," he said, r t.
The Philadelphia Phillies announced that former';
Infielder Gran Hamner, who is trying his arm at
pitching this year, has signed. Hamner was forced to :

the toe plate because oi an injury w ma icit snoua-

Two Canal officials managed to be Johnny on the
spot when accidents happened. The Canal's Marine
Director, Capt. Warner S. Rodiman, was aboard to
feel the hump when the supertanker Taurus hit the
bank in Cucaracba Reach- The boat sailed next day
... Senior Yard-master W. D. Goodwin was an eye eyewitness
witness eyewitness when a trainman threw a switch' too soon,
derailed a Panama Railroad locomotive pushing five
coaches' filled with Girl Scouts into Ft. Clayton. With
re-railers provided by Goodwin, the engine Inched
itself -back on the track.

. Stockholder H. Gabriel Murphy has long wanted to

rcr as ciuo presiaent. . .
5 Murphy has asked Baseball Commissioner Ford!
Frick to look into what he calls "Irregularities" in
tbe business operation of the Senators; and the club
has announced it plans to ask Frick In. return to
; sKamine it lde of the case-, :,..
v C; Leo De Orsey, member of the board of directors
'arid attorney for the Griffith family when, controls
the Senators, said: .:..-.:'
"I have in my possession a copy of a letter written
In July 1956, by a person close to Murphy a busi-
nes aouvlata prtatlnir that "It t nrttv nhvinnn that

the next owner of the Washington baseball team will
- be Mr. Murphy..' . Lv-Vf

De Orsey said that the Griffith family "U and will'

ond base. The Phillies are hopeful that a knuckler.

and good control can make mm a surprise winner -on
the. mound. -; :, '. .. -, ; ; .-. '- (
On other frontsi- J' t:"-'ir:-
-Outfielder Hank Bauer and thlrd-basemaa. Andy
Carey signed with the world champion New York
Yankees, who now nave 29 players under contract.
Bauer hit only 241 hut drove In "84 ram and wallow

ed 26 homers last season, uarey, a .z37-nnier in ioo,
will have to fight to retain -his Job this year. v
The New York Giants reported "all signed" when
rookie pitcher Curtis Barclav. 15-11 at Minneapolis .'
last season, came trt terms. The Giants are the first
of the three New York teams to sign up their full
roster. -r'.'v-'-"-'.'
Rofikift outfielder Carl Powln ''and Infielder Jim

Brideweser algned with the Baltimore. Orioles boost-

The first "pUrnry an back'' shipment In which a
vaaload Of eonnr merchandise crossed the. Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus on a Panama Railroad train was successfully
completed. Net saving?, Nobody knows. r-

A British merchant marine cadet whose leg was
broken when a towing line hnaoped while the Reina
del Mar was La Pedro Miguel locks filed suit for $7008
damages from the Panama Canal .Company.

continue to be in complete control Ithe Washing-, iw tboVr ttftal .aattsled alaers Powis -Wt
ton ball club. v-J -J X3d atSan Antonle) last aeason hilB.J-Wewe-l-'
Murphy said he didn't "know anything" about s ted 5' 6 in 80 games for. the Chlago White Sox and'

soch tetter,, bat admitted thatthe .wrgania-.,pctrpiigers.w

' And the 43-vear-old Canal It Just keeps locking.
Tolls paving ships hit 701 in January, onlv 51 under
January's all-time high. With around 26 ships a day
aolng through late Jhls week, quite a few vessels were
being aelaved a 4fatv tn transit.. .Meanwhll in Wash Wash-bioteu
bioteu Wash-bioteu JlssIhlantArniy Secretary George H.. Roderick 4
said he hd asked Gov. Totter to get along with that
survey of plant for Increasing waterway capacity-
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