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
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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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, MORE TOURIST FLITES
: HOMEWARD VIA
CANADIAN WHISKY
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VLet the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.

- 33rd JEAB

PANAMA, R. P SUNDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1957

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. VISIONS OF SVO'AR PLUMS '.VQhf Oh f 'This look as if ft may be mine," little two-year-old v
Kevin Galloway of Ancon. seems tp be saying, as he lets his curiosity get the best of him and
- personally carries on a pre-Christmas inspection ol what Old Saint Nick has left under his
tree. (U.S. Army photo) r 4"'-.
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Sputnik Cocktails Vodka Sour Grapes,
Allergic VV ves lYeqiiV; Bg i W e Stories :

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500,000 Postal Employes
Heave Big Sigh Of Relief

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' By DOC QUIGS

; NEW VORK, Dec. ZSJU?

The bifigesr httto stones of the

year sorted and classified for fais fais-7
7 fais-7 tory's long run; ' .v-
'lv ( CENIUS .:; )

In January, in Knoxville, Tenn.,
the FBI had to step in and capture
escaped convict Robert Husky. He

had made good Ms escape rrom a

state prison by pouring disauec

tant on his feet. Tha bloodhourtds
turned up their noses at his, trail

and walked ou the jod.

MODERNITY

Angeles',

arrested

In February in Los
Jerrv A. Prod. 19. was

for shaving while driving. The
cop said Prod was hurrying to

work trying to Steer ms car, while

using an electric razor. ;
'.. FORTITUDE
In March, in' Brie-Comte-Robert,'
France, Augoste Ibrelisle won a
bet of a bottle of champagne by
gulping more than four gallons of

fresh' clams In less than aii hour.
Then he drank the 'eharapagne r

In 'April, in ,Mempm$, -JTejuU a
letter to a, penal farm inmate was

returned to the post office staftip staftip-ed
ed staftip-ed "escaped, '.The post office re returned
turned returned it to the sender stamped:

"Moved. Left o forwarding ad

dress.".
DOMESTICITY
i : -,i f -- -:
In May,' in ? Los Angeles Mrs.
Robert Biggs got a divorce on
the ground -that she was lonely.
Her husband owned a burlesque

theater.

OUTRAGEOUS FORTUNE

WASHINGTON. Dec. 28 (UP)

111.-1 J ... T I

iiimi roaring sauna yuu near is

the collective sigh of relief heaved
by 500,000 postal employes, i

. They have utt finished deliv delivering
ering delivering an ttimated five and a
half billion Christmas letters
and IS million packages.
All of which indicates the Post

Office Department has come a
long way since 1775.

That was the year an Indepen

dent postal service was establish established
ed established by the Continental Congress.
Headquarters were in Philadelphia

and the postmaster general was a
man named Benjamin Franklin.

In George Washington's first

administration, the United States

had 75 post offices throughout the
entire country; New York City had

the biggest four clerks who got
free room and board with the

postmaster as part of their cora-j

pensation. We now have more

than 40,000 post offices.

inevitably, some of the favorite

legends of the postal service in

volve the few times it has goofed,
instead of its routine efficiency.

Like the letter melted between

two cities only three miles

part it took three years to de

liver. Or the letter sent to a fa

ther, congratulating him on fthe

birth of a new son. By the time

the .letter was delivered the new

sen 'had three children of his

ew

then there's the sir mail' stamp
that was printed with the airplane
flying upside down.1 That one be became
came became a collector's Item. .

But the postal service also lias

performed tasks above and beyond

the C8H.f Pidutyailt K ma

blue. Self-service stamp machines

say "thank you. There was a

conference ot canine experts on
how mailmen can win friends and

influence, docs.

But just as the Army-can't do

without the Infantry, the postal

service still relies primarily on

the mailman who makes bis ap

pointed rounds on foot.

He walks an average, of eight
miles a day and serves about
300 families on a typical route.
His lead can reach as high at 35
pounds.
And at this time of" year, the

nation can borrow the Navy's tra traditional
ditional traditional salutation and apply it to

tne postal service:
, "Well done."

MEISSNER

In "September tn' Pacdi'mai Cal.l

i Mrs.' Virginia -Schooii,' 34 who six

months earlier had been rescued baby via parcel post ifrom Oklaho-

uj uic jut wuuuiieiu wiicii uei. mt In Kiniia Inn fAi IiMinM

tiAnrln Pnf. aurht. '.m -s iwtn.fiinit.: u il. a u. .u. sirs:..!

r. realize me iruuuie mo jtubi umve MB
Sg Kca2rfidHjJi Canal Zone Girl

shut the refrigerator door, got1 her
big toe caught in the hole left by

a removed broken handle, cot res

cued by the same F.D,

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THE PULSE
OF PANAMA

A FOREIGN OFFICE spokes

man Was quoted yesterday as say

ing the Panama government is

pleased over receiving an invita invita-tion
tion invita-tion from the Argentine govern-

ment to negotiate a cultural and
commercial agreement between

the two countries.

The Argentine proposal embod embodies
ies embodies the possible reduction of

freight rates for Panama by the

use of the Argentine merchant

fleet.

A morning tabloid has specu-.
latod that the National Foreign
Relations Council will hold an
important meeting on Jan. 7 and
mak make a pronouncement on
the idea of Panama negotiating
a 50-50 split of the Panama Ca Canal's
nal's Canal's income, which was propos proposed
ed proposed recently by deputy Foreign
Minister Ernesto Castilltro.

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MeeU AAihistersSl

To Work Out

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Fire On Ex-Hubby's
Houseboat Amazes
Blonde Diana Dors

-" LONDON". Dee.: 28 ,(UP) Po

lice today hunted an arsonist who
; set fire to a $15,000 luxury yacht

bought three weeks ago by Dennis
Hamilton, estranged husband of
British screen star Diana Dors.

'I am sure this has been done

by someone who hates me," Ham'

i ilton said as he -surveyed the
burned-out hulk of nis converted

Dutch barge "De Vries'1 with sul
try Sandra Dome, another c
tress. 1 v ,

The yacht burted as it bobbed
at its Thames-.River, berth at
Maidenhead yesterday about four

hours after Ha mitton v played ; .:a
hunch and called police.' i, v
"This is gangsterism,? he said. I
telephoned police and warned

them that' something like, this
would happen."' ."-''r---

. Hamilton told- reporters at his
tlush riverside home next door to
Diana's ranch-style showplace that

temble things have happened to
me" since he and the blond Dia Diana
na Diana parted. a,;-c '-: kv

INVENTION

In June, in Brawley. Calif.,

farmer W. I. Fifield reported that

a helicopter landed in his water

melon patch, the pilot jumped out,

grabbed three melons,, jumped

back in, took off.

MEDICINE

In July4n Tokyo, doctors pon

dered the case of the woman who

was allergic to hec husband. A
top- dermatologist flown from the
U.S. to investigate the case re reported
ported reported only:; "Whenever her hus

band would come near her" she

PHILOSOPHY ...
In October,' In San Diego, bar

tender Pat Freeman unveMed a.
"Sputnik Cocktail" designed for
engineers working at nearby mis missile
sile missile plants. Ingredients: Vodka

and the juice of sour grapes.
THE MILITARY
Again October, In London, it was

disclosed in Parliament that Brit

x l caicj was aincu m. w-uaj vw

long" for the Women's Royal, Ar-

my vuips enuugu surplus wom women's
en's women's long underwear to last the

corps 800 years.

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IDENTIFICATION

In November, in St; Paul, Minn.,

son was born to Mr. and Mrs

would break out in a rash 'similar Samuel Watkins and named Sput
to poison ivy." I nik Eisenhower Watkins.

Jewelry Valued At $30,000 Stolen

From Wife of Rome Ambassador

The husky Hamilton said "thufs
roam around my flat,, bash the
door and phone threatening me

i with beatings.'.". ,,

He said that one night bis home
was broken Into and another

night. "There "was a strange man

. behind a curtain. He got away."
. "I cant stand thi any longer
ne said. v-
"Now I keep a shotgun ready on
my desk." C. ';
Miss Dors said she wasamai wasamai-exJ?
exJ? wasamai-exJ? at the fire on the boat.,
- Told that arson was suspected,
tha added; "How horrible-"-...

ROME. Dec. S8-(UP Wewelry

valued at 530,000 has been 'stolen

from the dressing room of the U.S.

Ambassador's wife here, an Em

bassy spokesman announced to today.
day. today. "!, 'ft.'-;.".." 'ty'i'A.";:-S''.---.T'.4 i'
- The t personal maid to Mrs.

James D. Zellerbach, the Ambas Ambassador's
sador's Ambassador's wife, discovered the jewel jewelry,
ry, jewelry, was missing nine days ago, the

Embassy said. -Italian police end
Embassy security officers -are

toveticatini'.;:':;-lc''T .' '"-'

addresses. That is not a small

item, because about- 26 million W '.
pieces of maU aear wind UP i" SDendS VaCatlOn
the dead letter office, '. ., fy7
The Post Office has been going 1.... S1
in for a lot of innovations recent- MSDeClinSf JSIIS

ly. Ball-point pens are replacing -

the old steel "scritchers." Mail A vouns Canal Zona elrl who I

trucks are painted red, white and student of criminology is lucky

we have jails here.

Adele Meissner of Los Rios is
spending her Christmas vacation

in pursuit of the law. Or rather.

the 20-year-old' blonde is trying to

find out how the Canal Zone runs

its jails.
A senior at Florida State Uni

versity, Adele who is a social wel

fare major there is preparing a
paper on her hometown jail, and

according to her estimate, it's

pretty superior" to others she's

seen.

. "Conditions are so bad in parts
of Florida that I never dreamt
they could exist' she com com-merited
merited com-merited today, but added quick quickly
ly quickly with a smile: "But here the
system is just wonderful." !'
Miss Meissner, .a Canal Zone
Junior College graduate feels that

the Canal Zone jails have more
room generally speaking tha'n.oth-

Elvis Gels 60-Day

Draft Deferment
To Complete Film

Panama insurance companies

yesterday refused a government

request for lower premiums on
property damage insurance for

private automobiles and taxis.

At a three-hour, meeting hold in
the office of Agriculture and Com Commerce
merce Commerce Minister Victor1 Navas, the

insurance men argued that they
have been steadily losing money

because the prices of automobiles

and repair costs keep mounting.

They added that the $2 increase

in the 1957 price of the premiums

will only contribute towards cut

ting down .their losses during the

coming year.

Britain's Reply

LONDON, Dec 28 (UP) Prime Minister Hdrtjfd
Macmillan today called a meeting of key minister! rei

portedly to decide on Britain's answer to Soviet Premier

Nikolai Bulganir. s 3000 word letter earlier this month, i
Macmillan hopes to get the answer off before he bit?

gins his Commonwealth tour Jan. 7. .v

The British premier today returned to No. 10 Dnwnl

ing Street from the Christmas holiday at his Sussex horn.
Within half an hour he had called in key. ministers'
includina Minister of Defense Dunmn nnlu m.j rL..

cellor of the Exchequer Peter Thorneycroft. JJC
Britain, the United States and all other NATO

tries got similarly-worded letters from Bulganin feefow

IMC I III 19 9UIIIIIIII bUIIICTCniB.

'-'iih

ferment from the Army today so
that he can complete his fourth

Hollywood movie.
; Milton Bowers, Sr., Presley's
draft board chairman, announced
that the three member Selective
Service Board had voted unani unanimously
mously unanimously to permit Presley to defer
his induction into military service.
The singer, who amassed a for-

tun a fi,im hfa TAnlr mnA rnll ia.

-a. ..j .r;n. !? ers sues inspected, ana nave an

Prcia ntnvriM haA hon .lat.ladded advantage of the services of

ed to Tenort W Camp Chaffee, pompeieni yuyaiKuvn na a pig

' tm T j. ihAinllal tiAn rtl llr at m it

Pray For Victrms

Of RedxTyranny

WASHINGTON, Dec. 28 (UP)-

Catholic churches throughout the

United States wrl offer special

nrivon siinrtavffnr victim nf

Communist persecution.

This will be the sixth consecutive
year in which they have held a na

tional day of prayer for persecuted

peoples oh the last Sunday of De December.
cember. December. r

A statement adopted by Catholic j

msnops at tneir annual meeting
here last month invited "All who
love justice and hate iniquity" to
join in the day of prayer.
Commending the faith and cour courage
age courage displayed by Christians in
Communist-ruled nations, the bish bishops
ops bishops said it would be "unthinkable"
for the more fortunate Catholics of
America to neglect to use "The
invincible weapon of prayer ... in
behalf of these modern martyrs."

Among other things, the letters

suggested "personal contacts" be
tween Soviet and Western leaders.

The NATO summit meeting
agreed, under considerable pres pressure
sure pressure from the smaller European
nations, to pave the way for
talk at least en the disarma disarmament
ment disarmament tsue with Moscow.
But the NATO communique stip

ulated that these : talks,: should be
held later next year at the foreign

minister level ana omy after mad

lomatic and UN iiisarmament

commission channels have been

exhausted.

Geophysical Gent

Turns Gupid, Gives
Witchingest Hour

NEUCHATEX, Switzerland. Dec.

28 (UP) If you want to kiss some

one exactly at the start of the new
year, wait until three-thousandths
of a second after the stroke of
midnight.

' That's the advice from Swiss In

ternational Geophysical Year sci

entists who explained that the
slowing rotation of the earth a-

round the sun would delay the

Outdated Polio
Vaccine Is Dumps!
NEW YORTC ITTPli v'....-l'

- -- f i t yuv fuas.j,Jti
ties of outdated polio vaccine are
being. destroyed because of public-.Ptby..-,4ttrig
cold weather
months,' the-pharmaceutical induj-.

Mjr,.eputco-ToaayT'"-
The 'Hearth Mmm Tf t,,-

which serves as a mihiin innr.!

tio -center ior the industry, said
vaccine makers are overstocked
and are forced to destroy "hun "hundreds
dreds "hundreds of thousands" nf vfa.

the serum. 1

Unused vaccina must .k Ami

stroyed after six months

Chet Shaw, executive vice pres president
ident president of the institute, said the situ situ-ation
ation situ-ation was "traerc" in viiw nf th.

fact that about 45 million persona
under the age Of '40 havn' nnt rm.

ceived any shots of the Salk vac vaccine.
cine. vaccine. Of these, Shaw said,, about
16 million are under 20 years of
e. ; k' It

Shaw said persons tend to be
apathetic about vaccine shots duS
ing the winter months because f
the remoteness of the polio sea sea-son.
son. sea-son. He advised parent; to make
Use of the current enhnnl kli.n.

start of 1958 by about three-thou-by having their children vaccin
sandths of a second. ated.

Space Trip Crews May Be Hard To Find; Psycologisb

Suggest Mixed Bunch Of Buddhists, Eskimos And Girls

' Officers dec lined to say wheth whether
er whether they suspected an inside job
r- whether a thief r thieves
penetrated the spacious grounds
of the high walled Villa Taver Taverns
ns Taverns and broke into the elegant
mbassadoriaf residence. ,:,

An embassy spokesman- said

Hiss Helen ImhooL the maid

whom i the Zellerbacb's brwieht

wita tnem from SaR Francisco,

went to Mrs. Zellerbach's first
floor dressing room the morning

or Deeris to put away pieces the

Ambassador wife-bad. worn the

night before. ,.

The maid found some pieces still

in the case,- the spokesman said,
but a number were missing. The

insured pieces stole were valued

at $30,000, the spokesman said.

The dressing room is t.o doors

from the bedroom AmMssadw

Zellerbach' and his wife share. It
is part, of the apartments where
former Ambassador Clara Boofhe

Luce aaid.- tha suffered arsenic

poisoning from plaster falling
from her bedroom. ceilingi 'S'l
The Embassy spokesman said
Italian detectives -and American
civilian officers! fn chargo of
the U.S. Marine ;Cuard and oth-.
or security ; personnel at, the
Embassy j- were cooperating in
the'ease.'" .. i.-'
The Zellerbach villa' is otf the
fringe of the Partitll district where
most of Rome's richest families
live. .:'-, -:'''-t: ;

Ark:. Jan. 20. i

- Presley's, Hollywood studio had

asked for the deferment saying

preparatory investments" of al

most $350,000 had been made for
Presley's fourth movie "King Cre

ole" to be started in New Orleans
in mid-January.
t Presley,. 23, asked for a defer

ment m a letter to Bowers the

l hospital readily a V a ilnble' to

them.

"The records kept on criminals
here are much better also," : she
said, explaining that in some
Stateside jails she siw they do cot

even Keep records on their In

mates.

The daughter of Rus3ell Meiss

ner a Locks Division employe, in-1

day before Christmas. ;Presley jtends to leave the Isthmus one
:-.- t. .l . . 1, I n J M Ck. T I

pointed out that the songs for the

movie had been written and sent
to him to study.
The -singer asked the deferment
"so these folks (studio will not
lose so much money, with every everything
thing everything they have done so far."

week from todays She feels her
vacation here has been a perfect

combinatoin of work and play.
- About her chosen field she had
this to say: "I never knew it
would be so Interesting. I guess
It Just grew on me."

INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. Dec. 27

(UP) A Buddhist monastery or

an Eskimo's igloo may be the best

place to look for crews in man s

first flights into space.

A schizophrenic might be the

ideal choice for a solo voyage.

But if it's a team project, some
girls ought to go along to relieve

the boredom..-,

These were the. conclusions of

papers submitted by two psychol

ogists at the 124th annual meeting

of the American Association for

the Advancement of Science to

day.
Dr. Donald M. Michael, re research
search research associate of Dunlap and
Associates of Stamford, Conn., and
Dr. John Lyman, associate profes-

sob of engineering and psychology
a the University of California at

Los Angeles, told 'why volunteers

ior trips into space may be hard
to find. ;
v t, ft'

rne trips will last as long as
two years, there will be no room
for mistakes, and "disaster will
be close at all times," they said.
Lyman suggested it might be a
good idea to put the crew mem members
bers members to sleep for one or two years
so they wouldn't get bored or feel
too nostalgic for the planet Earth.
Michael investigated the kind of

persons who would make- good

space travelers .ana aound they
were an-odd lot.
In a one-man space ship, he
said, "one can imagine that the
anti-social, possibly s Tightly Schizo Schizophrenic
phrenic Schizophrenic personality might survive
adequately" presumably be-

ON THE BEACH

Based on the Best-Selling Novel byevil Sfiute

Wirk kit Mcle.-fciMHst Joke Otbeme tfiKatwJ H mTi-

mhtt 4ntttnt) tmnri Mclbteme. "Wl'it gemf H ke Hie
tot morr tty, te4 0fcn. Tk last ta die wttt be Ike
ei Trre eel Fe."

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$ Tbe tebbitr. eCp
. cleiatetf Osberae'if lis
eade. "After ell f I

Csuse he wouldn't like n'- lot'of
people around anyway.
But this type wouldn't fit into
space ship team, Michael said.
"In fact, it may be that we "shall
want personalities from more sed sedentary,
entary, sedentary, less timebound cultures
than our own." he said. "Eskimo

or ffiuddhist monks, for example.?

aww ucxilllLa. . ;: M : f-
Even Buddhists and Eskimos'
need company, Michael saidand
it may turn out that a mixed rew
would be "the most efficacious ;

' "The temperaments and rvalue
of men and women are sufficiently
different to provide much stimulus
for each other,"- the psychologist
commented. ? ,- ? ,r
Whether stag or mixed. Michael
and Lyman Outlined a dreary,
hazardous trip for the space pio-
neers. They said their troubles will

include: .", ,w

"A rich nutriment for depres- v
sfon and hallucinations' so severe
that "it may' be that only t h -presence
of other- crew members

will provide each member with
"criteria for determining when ha
is hallucinating and when., he Is
not. ''
-Weightlessness, cramped rv '
ten, concentrated foods, and 1 j
"likelihood of genetic damage -i
th of spring of crew members."

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Claims 7 Books
For Each i Citizen v
LbNDON, Dec. 28 (UP) -Ma-

cow Radio claimed today Ru a
had seven library books for ever?
citizen "Much more than is an?
bourgeois country." It said tb'i

were 400.000 libraries in kus: i

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lleHert are fAcaivaJ tratafully and ara handlad l wholly confidential
.t't'fi ttei don't be Impatient If It doaw'f appeet tha

MM day. letters ere pabllthea M tn oroer received.
' Pleat tiy to kaap tha laHara limited ona pege length.
. .4 Utmm iIim i. held In ttricteit confidence

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THE MAIL BOX

NEW ZEALAND BEEF
: 6ir

- -i i a tv,of oiivnno pnnlrt hp "diSEUSted

' ff iroi hMn i Panamanians felt It was sort oi oua

that' our American friends across Fourth of July Avenue we
eaOpK New Zealand meat, when just on this; side of pf.roe"
Pama had an over-production of beef cattle I would have
thought the disgusting thing would e been if Panamanians
retained indifferent about such a situation and did nothing
lSeaveethe treaty interpretation to the lawyers Foreign Of Of-flfce"
flfce" Of-flfce" and diplomats. Common sense plainly indicates that this
" u"&me whohose'to ignore details and jump at an opportu opportunity
nity opportunity to express a biased opinion, will talk about prices and qua -Sy?Aa
far as price is concerned (and I will not mention profit
because Disgusted'- statements on this are too absurd to deserve
. comment) let's get this straight the beef that is bought by
the Army and PanCanal in Panama has to meet and pass more
teste than any Balboa High graduate who wants to enter Har Har-'
' Har-' VP"!.
::;;The steers have to be of a certain age and of a certain
weight; they have to pass an inspection before slaughter and
have to pass an inspection after being slaughtered Aside from
this: the person or entity that is supplying the beef has to post
a performance bond with the buyer for the duration of the con contract.
tract. contract. This costs him money.
." Furthermore, he has to be prepared to l6se many pounds
that are rejected, in no small amounts, by the inspectors. All
tfts affects price.
;! -I don't know who inspects the steers, the beef or the packed
meat that Is -bought from New Zealand. I don't know if the ex exporter
porter exporter or importer posts a bond. But I do know this. The meat
thafrc6mes from New Zealand is frozen meat, frozen for I dont

knqt how long and possibly storage oeei, Decause umh is
sbtat cuts taste, like.
W'bnt thing is apparent: This beef was not butchered spe specially
cially specially Ipr the Army, and did not receive special 72-hour chilling
at specific temperature as required of Panama beef. If the buy buy-i
i buy-i erdrft insist on making all these restrictions on their suppliers
and 'requested offers from several sources in Panama, the price
cpttd be lower. As it is, the only company that can even bid
under present restrictions is the Abattoir.
'However, it should be made clear, that the Abattoir, even
Sider the circumstances, is selling at a lower price than Mount
ope was selling before it closed; and when Mount Hope was
stliJLin-operation the Panama Abattoir invariably offered lower
' prices to the Army than the Atlantic side slaughter house.
It would seem that with some honest effort this situation
could 1e satisfactorily solved; and it also seems as if the U.S.
citizens concerned should be more than willing to make such
an effort.
Vaquero

Half a Column
More Or Less
Now and Then

PANAMA GARBAGE COLLECTION

Blr:'
YOur Pulse of Panama" Friday gave some sort of story on
tfLfact that the garbage within the last few days has not been
collected In Panama.
' That; we are unfortunately aware of.
" '' What I'd like to know is why it is not being done and above
All when will those trucks come and cart away the fast-spoiling
rubbish. ...,
Each house in my area is being attacked W swarms of mos-
Mulfnae nrVilcVi nro fepriintr nn thp earbaee.

Have th6 health authorities in Panama given any thought
to this unsanitary situation? How long before there will be an

outbreak: or an Kinas or aiseases
To whom do we have to appeal for this basic protection?
'. For Shame, Panama

CARDOZE Y UNDO
advise their distinguished clientele
that they will be closed for
inventory on
DECEMBER 30lh and 31st

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By CREOE CALHOUN
A BOOST FOR BASE BALL
I haven't missed a gamer of the
current season of the local profes professional
sional professional baseball league and I've got
more than mv money's worth eve

ry time I've gone to the national
stadium. The attendance has been
so poor that at times, it was al almost
most almost lonesome.

There may be some good rea reasons
sons reasons for the sDarse attendance,

but the quality of the playing this
year is not one of them.

I'va nevar teen better defen defensive
sive defensive play hare and tha pitching
is way above tha usual stand standard
ard standard for the) beginningof tho sea season.
son. season. The teams ara wall match matched
ed matched as can be) seen from tho table
of averages.
One drawback has been the ho

liday season, when many were too

busy with their shopping to go to

ball game.
It was also a matter of cash

with some of them, and it is from

that class that baseball is getting
its best support.

The so-called "bleachers" are

the back-bone of the attendance.
Another name will have to be

found for that section with night

games and non-bleaching electric

lights.

Now the holiday season is past,

so that handicap should be removed.

Another drag has been the start

ing of the games at 8 p.m. Too

manv local people nave eariy oi

fice hours for such a late start.

However, the games have been so

fast that they nave oeen over ear
lv.

Now the reason or the late

start, the supply of light, no long
er exists and the games are start

ing at 7.30 p.m. on the tick. There
are two handicaps removed.

Some fans have complained of

the Quality of the umpiring and

not without reason.

I have heard of no complaints

aeainst Dal Thornton, the Chief

Umpire, but some of his assist assistants
ants assistants have come in for no little
criticism.
One Canal Zone fan, a former

local player, said he was through
until there is better umpiring.

Of course, -I realize that every

fan at the game takes over the
responsibility of umpiring. And

that any one trom behind a post
can see better than the umpire
on the spot.
Many think they could do a bet better
ter better job themselves, but I should
hate to see them try.
The umpire has a hard job, but
it seems to me that the job is ea

sier this year than any other sea

son I have seen. That is not be

cause the decisions are nor so
close as formerly, but because of
the better sportsmanship of the

players, and the managers.
There is no Al Kubski to dispute
every questionable ball or strike

and delay the game by pushing

his face mto the umpire s mask
and shouting.

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development at San Bruno, Calif., where the buifders apparently have gone all put' to capture
the, hearts of prospective buyers.- The street surrounding this particular section is. called Carl- :
L top, Terrace, but the main, artery leading In from Jhejop is ippropriately named 'Cupid Row.
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I FEES.

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Economy-size. Sentences 1

By BOB RUARK

whpn New York City's Judge

Irving Kaufman removed a punk
named Vincent Squillante from his
fragrant association with the garb garbage
age garbage collection racket the other day

on an income tax rap, bquiliante
went up the river on a couple of

counts.
He drew a year for forgetting to
file a tax return in 1948, and an another
other another year for a second lapse of
memory for 1949.
He was already out on proba probation
tion probation when Judge Kaufman' whack whacked
ed whacked him, and is a known tough lab labor
or labor racketeer and playfellow of

hoodlums.

So what does the usually rugged
Kaufman do? He hands Squillante

tun sentences, but to be servea

concurrently.
Whixh mean th;:t OUT garbage

pzar. who uses the muscle to col-

lppt old ootato peels, is eligible

to be back in the muscle business
in eight months if he behaves him himself.
self. himself. Eight months in the pokey for

bum is sort ot uxe a wimer m

Miami.

This two-for-onn drugstore sale

of sentences has been growing and

crowing, and I tninK us sdoui

time some legislative action was

necessary to prevent any juaiwai
tampering with the counts on which

a man is arraignea ana jnen iouuu

guilty.
t rnnnnt believe that a man can

be reproved for several sins by
lumping them all into a package

deal at a eneap economy price.
Let's bust it down into the bar

est components. Suppose a man
parks in front of a hydrant, fails

to curb his dog, then sticks up

candy store, evades his income
tax, and non-fatally shoots a cop

Hector Lopez, who should be

an example for the other players,

could have better manners on the
playing field. However he does
take a lot of ribbing from the

crowd with a smile.

For my money the three Osorio

boys (two brothers and a cousin)

are the best sports and the most

gentlemanly players in the league.
Thev seem to feel that they are on

the field to play, hot to complain

and argue.
Although recently Shantz w a s
sent to the showers, he is one of
the best of the field managers. Hs
certainly had good reasons for ob objecting
jecting objecting to the decision of -the um umpire
pire umpire who put him out of the game.
Of course, I know that baseball
does not have the gentle manners
of cricket and that it is necessary
for managers to stand up for their
teams, but that necessity should
not be made an excuse for acting
like a rowdy. i
That goes for players, too, But
I'm a sentimental, impractical, id idealist
ealist idealist and would be a washout as
either manager or umpire.
Now this would never happen,
but I would like to see it nonethe nonetheless.
less. nonetheless. I should like to see a pitcher be
the first one at the home plate to
congratulate a batter who has hit
one of his pitches over the garden
wall. I wouldn't expect that of
Mamavila Osorio after the 400-foot
homer of Hector Lopez, especially
after the way Hector razzedjhlm
while at bat.
As for Hector, I'm one of his
fans, but I would be more so if he
did more hitting and less razzing
at the plate.

I don't i ma cine there are any

fans in Panama or the Zone, who
start earlier asd work harder and
longer than President de la Guar Guar-dia.
dia. Guar-dia. Yet he finds time to attend
the games.
There was a, time when the Pres Pres-itfent
itfent Pres-itfent came to the game that a

few bars of the National Anthem

were played, the game stoppeo
and everybody stood up until he
was seated. The same thing hap happened
pened happened when the President lefLi
It was my good luck to ait. In

the President's box at the last

game between Willy Mays" au

Starsand a local team. It was a
good game, too, with gcxxT pitch pitching
ing pitching by our own Humberto Robm Robm-son
son Robm-son and Connie Johnson, and with
Willy living up to his reputation
by robbing Eddie Napoleon, of a
sure hit in any man's league.
The President arrived with his
wife and his aide, and .was follow

ed into the box by a boy selling
soft drinks and peanuts.
Nobody stood up and there was
no National Anthem. The Presid President
ent President bought a bag of peanuts and
a bottle of Orange Crush from the
boy, but had only a dollar bilL
As usual the boy had no change,

on the way home while spitting oni Sometimes I wonder what an
the sidewalk. hmest cop .must feel (-when he
Do we hit him for the hydrant r sks his life to haul, In some ma, ma,-sin.
sin. ma,-sin. convict him on the other riac with a willing heater on a

lo t : robbery or a tilling station
siiflkuu The district- attorney and

uaff work out. the bill of particul

ars, ana we is gogo -.men hiiu u uc
sift the Evidence and bring in the
eiiiltv: nod?:!.-'.' ., Jr'i'!s; ';'"

Then,-the al' -wise judge "brovides

Kami. fnlnninii. n.cniiH ft n m A Cln. r a m intm.iM nntnnnrt ? r1

counts, and then make the Sent Sentences
ences Sentences servable concurrently in instead
stead instead of back-to-back, end-ehdP
This is an exaggeration, of

course, out aay azter aay you
read where Joey Delicious or some
body gets hauled in for armed rob

to commit one breach .of the'pace,;,&stBs4': dideMii foi1,:' God
you might as well commit six, or luows how. mailt -murders than
16. if the good grey, jedge is go-tie average definauent logs for

ing to make you a deal for the rolling drunksV Through the rec-

commonweal. '' tlims you will !ind an awful lot

tn h trcsiripnt waited for his re

freshments until the boy went out

and got change.
Neither his aide nor any of his
family in the box offered to pay
for the President's peanuts and
pop. He didn't leave until the game
was decided and then nobody stood
at attention.
At the ball game the President
is just another fan.

tw! rMm-e.

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larceny and consorting with known
criminals, and takes a' rap on all
counts. And then you see the giz

mo: "All sentences to be served

concurrently. s
If this is not an incitement to

commit multiple crimes, you tell
me otherwise. 'V.'WV'jc

As the British I say, in for pen

ny, in for a pound. If you're going

permits"' a series iof" sentences for

assorted but connectteq crimes 10

run concurrency, -
I think we need a law to .'make

ithe raps 'rutt' consecutively un

less, m. the eyes witne jury, tne

ease is so unuguai yiat a recom recommendation
mendation recommendation fornierey Ms tendered

The lag -anof uniamente.a-;inert'i

I am for harassing the bums all

the way. A guy with a long record

of near misses with the law is
not the one-time criminal who
gets into one big trouble, whether

of parole, probation and "senten "sentences
ces "sentences to be served concurrently."
I do know this.! have three pret

ty well-behaved, dogs.. On a day

when the littles., one abuses the

he is drunk or just stupid or p!stinJiug, chews" on the divan, consum-,
tmlustb-ir I n c chnA otit- Inmnn oil Airoi aM

guest his sentences are not. serv served
ed served concurrently

He get a wallop at the time for

unlucky

Jails were made for manicur

ed bums, and I am not so sure ihe

old Gerogia chain gang wasn t a

fair -deterrent to future breaches the sins of the moment, which is

of the peace. At least the gradu-possibly .why people, say we have

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'THt OLDEST A1RUKE IH THE AHDOCAS

m AMESKAM WOKtD AttWAYS STSTOt

YOU PATHETIC TRAVESTIES of all thaf it. good.;
arid noble in the Christmas spirit, best you wake up,' that
is the hot breathf pf ,1958 you feel pn the b&ck of your
necks. The time has come to lay away the Alka Seltzer,

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M,,a miiimi 1 Aiiiii, yvu I mwi ..... ?. :
v- Anvon'nnti-nrl3l nnticrh avir tn ion thi miiku

gotten lines ia incapable of a kindly th6ught let alona a
good resolution, but there is m out on this problem,' too.-

. 11 it inai inero s no neea to ooxner aooux kOOQ resoiu-

and "then proceed lo live our own S lives in. the normal S
misanthropic manner throuc-h 1958. And a Hniv Nam s

v. .. :. ;: rri

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other daodJ. ta use as they choose. '; fc: '.: J c

' The, Panama Tourist Commission; ;, Resolve .to get
a,A.a,l. .:iL: i aVU. 'V!.MArHv:AH AiieetiMe. mmA nlntlnM!

lUgOUlUr W 11.11 lllf OalVlIf v VMmwurtv aim liaiiviiai'
Guard officials i who allegedly : beat up those1 twb' British -hitch
hikers near Puerto Armuelles after they crossed the
frontier from'Cpsta Rica last week. Tourists in the country;
can -be greeted with & bap on the noggin or with; a smile,
but to -avoid confusion -a clear s policy-should be reached
as to which it shall be. Then the travel agencies Stateside
and round the world can let everyone know what to ex expect,
pect, expect, and people can plan their itineraries, accordingly.,

vvpo Knows, there may be all sorts of tourists with;-a
Secret cr&ving for bruises and .contusions If Panama can

wuiiicr. iriB mantei m mis iraae, it may ease the financial

urgency ot splitting Canal revenues 50-50.. s g
Panama's Garbage Collection Pepartment; Resdlva
to 'collect garbage. Right now there are parts of town
where no one has done it for a week. The only part of ...
Panama City reasonably free of garbage is the city dump.
Canal 2one Gov. William, E. Potter.; Resplve to remem remem-be7hatCah,al
be7hatCah,al remem-be7hatCah,al 26niah
people! elsewhere. For); every person who gets good and
mad anc pops off at the Canal- and all its work; t'nere .are
four who lie back reflecting, that such and such a move
waVsmartiand helpful, They think of mayba writing jto

the Mail Box 1to say as. niuch, Then they reach for a high highball;
ball; highball; Then another. Then it's bedtime. No kind letted. t
The 1958 United Fund Committee, whoever they may
be: Resolve to bear in mind that the Jesse James school
of soliciting is as obnoxious to most Zonians as it is to
bank managers and the FBI. Any parent who has tried to
teach his child good manners (and contrary to 'reports
there are such, patents at large on the Canal 2ohe)-could-'

nave onerea a word ot advice to the 1957 committee:
'Sav 'Please'." .; v,.;;;- ;'

P&cific Side Baseball Aficionados: Resolve to try to

uo urave wnen sassea oy Atlantic Swers regarding-the ?
apparent demise of the Twilight, League, The correct
response would seem to lit somewhere between an in.
dulgent smile, a choking sob any one of several golf
courses, and the military baseball leagues. '"
' Locals 900 and 907: Resolve to keep a close watch
out for kickbacks' when contractors start hiring for any V
Canal 7in :U i-ll! j-v 10 a .

n v. hm-iiwui 1 qui at iiiiiii'-

, Tha haefnra ahnut militarv s.nA Panflanal 1-iiIrrnhso' nf

Australian) and New Zealand beef: ,. Resolve : to check;
...L.iL- n 1 1 : ai. j i 1 'V:v

tie, can prof itably produce beef 1 of'the quality "involved1'-

Canal pilot Cant. John F. Camobel : 'Resolve to hear

no evil, see no evil, sDe&k ho evrl.

Cerveza Balboa's big league infielder Hector iopez:

Resolve to get a challenge off to heavyweight champ Floyd

1 aitcisuii ngrii nyrajr. .upe iuukcu snarp in his ruuay
night workout with umpire Gail Moore. . n v
Panama league umpire in chief Dale Thornton: Re Resolve
solve Resolve to sound out Patterson as to whether he is interest interested
ed interested in working the bases for the Panama League.,
The boys who want the 50-50 split of Panama Canal
toll revenues: Resolve to tell the world, in tones as loud
as those used in demanding the. split, just what Panama

Canal in terms of blood, sweat, toil and tears. Or in terms
of knowhow, proven efficiency, and military effectiveness,
Or in any terms whatsoever. l(
Critics of the 50-50 proposal: Resolve to listen in intently
tently intently for the declarations listed above.
Management of El Panama Hilton:-Resolve to take
pride in having made' no visible effort to speed up the
service beyond its traditional tortoise pace. Certain things
in Panama are a permanent and valued part of our' life
here the cathedral tower at Old Panama, the four
o'clock traffic jam. on. Fourth of July Avenue, he view
from Las Bovedas, and the near-certainty of; getting no
clean towels at El Panama till late afternoon. The, three
former old reliables are rather less expensive than the

Management of the Kent toldo on Via Espafia:
Resolve to team up with an importer of sleeping pills.
There's a fortune to be made in the area for a mile around
When the toldo is in action, Resolve further to laugh
mockingly at anyone who suggests that it might be a
courttisj to consider thai many families in that residential
area are in the habit of sleeping nights. I guess a man's
right to sleep is not guaranteed in the constitution. ;.
Intelligence gumshoes, Quarry Heights: Resolve to -remain
icy calm when Panama's tabloids discover' fallen.
Sputniks in the interior, bearing inscriptions in some mys mysterious
terious mysterious alien .tongue to wit, English. .. r
All Congressmen: Resolve to bear in mind that
'there's nothing on the Isthmus ever worth investigating
unless the temperature is 55 degrees or colder in Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, , ; l .-; ,.
1 t-AIJ taxpayers: Resolve, ugh. ,. ;

PtRCY S PEERLESS PORTENT this weic owes it
to all Canal-Zone hands to pay respectful attention to tha
New-year's passing f the 44-year-old town of La Boca,
nririit juiH inv n ni:. u4i. -1

r- i-j w. uivLisi, biiu possessor 01 several
other faim,s-i9,fame,rione of which shall be mentioned

in ineso oiscreex nnes. requiem tor La eoca was the open-

ing of t, s for Jth selling of 22. buildings there last week,

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t seems a fine note 'for the raucous, ramshackle tnum

ta finish on. :' t";?.-V .v-..j-".-;.--;'-.r .-. -.

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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1957 '' t '
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San Juan Sports Wear

LONDON, Dec. 28.' (UP )-4(BIS)Airways aircraft .at London Air
In a posthumous collection of port March 10.
i.- ah,i h thnt ennhfi satirist. I Would-be slobe-trotters are filoat-

the late-Sir Max Beerbohm, we iig over; the fascinating itinerary
Londoners are' reproached becausejvnich has been worked out for her

our City has Become, among uui- iJiiuL-umuig vt m new oiuu

standardized

How refreshing,1 then, to learn
that the City of London is unbend unbend-ing
ing unbend-ing to the extent of seeking a sig signature
nature signature lune, -x '1
Threer separate'1 committees are
pursuing the elusive melody that
will most worthily represent Lon London
don London not" only as the business, and
financial centre of the world, .but
still the j1 possessor of an artistic
soul. 7 1 ' 1 ,T
While the committees are pond-
' ering what tune might go equally
well with' banking as with the wild wilder
er wilder rhythms of the Stock Exchange,
with the ebb and flow of the im-
. mense Port ot London, and the g'O g'O-nous
nous g'O-nous hazards -iof,,a ilabaif,iiuu
' ance market, let us turn to the
' more tangiblevmusical claims of
Manchester.'

HALLE CENTENARY

The great North-country cotton

city ana engineering centre is a a-bout
bout a-bout to celebrate the' centenary of
the first permanent professional

symphony orcnestra in joruam,
London had nothing 'Ike it on
Januaryr 30, 1858, when Charles
Halle, a young: German who had
crnwn 'io in musical Paris and

then established.; himself in Eng-J

land's industrial norm, iirst con conducted
ducted conducted in Manchester the orches orchestra
tra orchestra which to this day enjoys inter international
national international renown.
Within a year or two of its form formation,
ation, formation, the Hahe Orchestra earned
for, Manchester the reputation of

being Bntauvs most musical city.
And even now the greatest musi:
cians. Jronv.sll nations, have been
'proud to play at Halle Concerts.'
iv Brilliant conductors have, guided
its fortunes men like ,iHans Ri.ch-

J ter. Sir, Thornas Beecham, Sir Ha Ha-)
) Ha-) milton ftarty, and now," a London London-'
' London-' er, Sir John Barblroili, who ter
1 the Orchestra's Manchester home

' the Fhee Tsade Hall had been-

bomoed out in Worm War llr gave
f up the conductorship ot the Nfiw
! York Philharmonic to return to
' Britain and set the Halle on its
k' feet again.

) NEW OPERA?
I What he lias done makes a tnov-

i lay cnapier in Britain's musical

history.- '.
a Movable figure, sight in sta stature
ture stature but vibrant anti determined
in persoaahty, Sir. John has aeai aeai-catedThimself
catedThimself aeai-catedThimself la the Orchestra
wiui aevotiom that woulri have
warmed the heart ot Halle, him-

j ioday the Halle gives v about

2So concerts a year au over Brit-
1 ain. .r: ' rty
. .large-scale festival continues
' iii ute reouilt r'ree .Trade Hall un until
til until mid-May. i-'f r' it 4
Guest musicians itaelude some
o the finest executants,' among
theni rJtubinstein, j&audio. Arrau,
Isaac jStera, Spivakovsky and C1L C1L-fora
fora C1L-fora Curzon. .
' xyondon is, Of course, well stock -,
ea witn.- sympomiy orcnestras now,
bat the Halle led the way, and its
centenary is7 a healthy reminder
of the iact.-...---'

Jkieanwnue Londoners may soon
be in at the birth .of a new. English
opera. Prizes 'up. to $560 are being
ofi'ered by the well-known store of
Joiii Lewis ior such a" work to
have Its first performances in"a-
. bout 1930 in their pew Oxiord St,
building.
Among the judges will be. llal llal-colm
colm llal-colm Arnold, who wrote the spe special
cial special Christmaa Overture heard
throughout the Common wea th be before
fore before the Raund-Eche-World braod-

cast ty Quaea EJzabeth JJ.

L ridruAL .row ,., V ;
' Talkmg right nand the .world
nas long beai cJ accepted act,
bat flying right round it is still
in the catalogue ot rare experi experience.
ence. experience. j
Queen Elisabeth the -Queen oth oth-'
' oth-' er r U be the irst member f the

A day-time Transatlantic flight

an. 28 takes the Queen Mother
U Montreal, with.-only an hour's
pause there before the flight a-

cross Canada and a night stop at

Vancouver. .
B, the afternoon of Jan. 31 the
Queen "Mother reaches Fiji,' and
next. afternoon is in Auckland, hav
ing covered 12,700 miles.
After a fortnight's stay in New
Zealand,' Her Majesty flies to aus aus-tralia
tralia aus-tralia on Feb. 14 incidentally, on only
ly only three days after the 'departure
from Australia of Britain's Prime
Minister, Harold Macmillan, round rounding
ing rounding off his Commonwealth tour of
India,- Pakistan, ceylon, (New Zea Zealand,
land, Zealand, and Australia,-,-,,'' r,'t,., ..(4
'The Queen Mother's return ffight
after three weeks in Australia
tikes her from Perth, on March

?, via Mauritius, Nairobi and Mal Mal-ti
ti Mal-ti to London by March 10 13,100
miles in three days.
AIRCRAFT PIONEER
The man who, a hundred years
agov would have been least sur

prised oy predictions of such a
Royal Iflight. was, it seems. Sir

George Cayley.

Recalling the centenary of his

death, "The Times" prints the
claim that tips remarkable Eng Englishman
lishman Englishman from the county o' York Yorkshire
shire Yorkshire is now recognized as the un undisputed
disputed undisputed inventor of the modern
aeroplane. : :

Next year Britain's Science Mu

seum wilPissue an historical stu study"
dy" study" of ; the' aeroplane bv the well-

known authority Char es G i b b s s-Smith.
Smith. s-Smith. j

in a "Times memoir he writes

that Cayley made the first "oroD-

er'lt'1 aeroplane in history a mod model
el model glider- in 1804, and a man-

size one, with ballast in lieu of a
pilot, in 1809.
Realising the need for a light
internal combustion engine, Cay Cayley;
ley; Cayley; ; even built a model gunpow gunpowder:
der: gunpowder: motor, but, decided a suitable

pnme-moyer would have to wait

for a later generation.
Then,' in 3852 or 1853. at the aee

of 80, Cayley achieved the first

man-carrying glider which is
known to have flown sucoess.'n'lv

first with a boy as his passenger,
then f a man, the latter, being his

lerrnea coaenman. r :
"Please, Sir George,," gasped
the poor man a rex landing, "I
wish to give notice. I was hired
to drive-not to fly."-'

NEW YORK (NEA) A travel traveler
er traveler from Puerto Rico, where the
winters are balmy, reports that
there is a thriving local business
in designing men's c othes. Natu Naturally,
rally, Naturally, Puerto Rico being a tropical
resort, most of the products of the
Puerto Rican designers are for, sit sitting
ting sitting and playing in the sun.

There are four top names in
this new field. One. Martha Sleep

er, is a former Broadway actress

who s settled in San Juan; Then
there are Phil Gilbert. Adrian,

Dornbush and Rodriguez Torres.

This season the four have achiev

ed something of a unanimous ap

proach to fashions, adopting- a pi

rate motif for their creations. A-

long the Puerto Rican beaches you
will see -the beachcombers .and

the tourists' alike in swim--wear
and leisure wear with apiratical
flavor., ..!

Sports shirts have a swaggering
look, bold in cut and bold in color

A popular beach- jacket by GiU
bert. is fashioned of b t i 1 1 i a n t

stripes and tailored to look like
something Capt. Kidd might have

worn on a day at the beach,
between sinkings. t

Miss Sleeper is concentrating on

variations of the traditional Puer Puerto
to Puerto Rican- sports jacket called the

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CZ Service Clubs
Plan Variety Of
Dry Season Tours

The U.S. Army Caribbean's serv service
ice service clubs have planned mtny
tripsboth educational and recrea recreationalduring
tionalduring recreationalduring the dry season.
A trip to Panama City on Jan.
4 and a picnic. at Fort Sherman
on Jan. 18 have been planned by
the Fort Gulick service club.
The Fort Clayton service club
has scheduled a trip to Santa Cla Clara
ra Clara oan Jan. 11 and a tour of Pana
ma City on the 25th.
Camera tours to Panama have
been planned bv the Fnrt Amador

and Fort Kobbe service clubs on

the 18th and 25th respectively.
All enlisted men and their de dependents
pendents dependents may sign up for the trips
by contacting their respective serv service
ice service clubs. For further information
call ithe service club directors at;
Fort; Amador.' 824163: .Fnrt rlaV,

ton, 87-4126 and Fort Gulick, s522

or 6123. ,-. ,!

Under the management of our most efficient personnel specially prepared
for this work service.
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VARIATIION of traditional Poer

guayabera."-One such, called the to Riean sports jacket by Marth

"luquil'o," has a widely-pleated

DacK and a belt. But she hasn't

tampered with the shite color of

this comfortable garment.
Knee length, wrap around

panta tire another innovation to

come from the San Juan sketch sketch-ers.
ers. sketch-ers. These, usually in bright strines

are designed especially for water

skiing, out are equally useful for
beach wear or plain old lousging.

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Slpr is the "luquillo.'

Chances are some of these styles
will be brought north by enterpris-

ng dealers. And more and more
American summer and cruise col

lections will include creations of

the new Puerto Rican school.

SWAGGERING pirate' look 1 -shiont
this brilliantly striped beach
jacket by Gilbert. ; 1

Another coiimry trying to get

in on the boom in men s fashions
in the U.S. .is Iraland. And with

something other than hander

chiefs, tod.

Irish shoes are the latest export

from old Erin to achieve success

here. The Irish are making a oe

liberate effort to appeal to Amer

ican tastes, using American lasts

and American sizmgs. But mey

add their own brand of style, and

their own excellent Irish calfskin.

if vou can read between the

blarney, you'll see that this is a
tfood shoe, low in price, compar

ing favorably with any moderate-

priced American snoe.

Spring and summer shoe fore

cast,: irom tne nuge international

Shoe Co.. maicatea inai me ex

tremely lightshoe is here to stay.

- These lightweights, made over

continental lasts, have proven very

ooDular. They're more flexible

than -the usual run of shoes and,
of course,, lighter to carry around

on your poor, overworkea ieei.

And. says International they 11 be

increasingly popular come spring

and summer.

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Figures recently released by
the Census Bureau survey show
that the educational standard of
the American worker continued

to advance during the past five

t years ju tne time r tne tur--tvey.'last
March, the average
worker had finished 12 years of

in 1952 and nine yean in 1940.
tThe percentage of college grad graduate
uate graduate (r wschart), among

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Religious Pa Finally Relents;.
Child Wjth Appendicitis Saved

When you drive to a' pBrty, be
sure vou don't Drk your car where

it will block the host' sidewalk or

driveway or those of any ot nis

neighbors, t

Even In parking car thtrt U a
difftranc batwean good mannars

and talfishnait.

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Mfll. AND MRS. ROBERT KING GREENE

Mlfcfc TAN A IRENE ZUBIETA BECOMES BRIDE
OF MRTROBERT GREENE AT CRISTO REY CHURCH
- Before an altar banked with white gladiola, in the
candlelit Cristo Rey Church, Miss Tanya Irene Zubieta,
-daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Ernesto Zubieta of La Cresta, bc-
jme the bride ol Mr. Robert Kine; Greene on Friday, tye tye-.
. tye-. ulng, Dec. 27. ;
' The eroom is the son of Leon G. Greene of La Cresta,
Manama and Mrs. H. M. Kirkby of Decatur, Illinois. Robert
1 is a student of the University of Miami, jrraduate of Balboa
High School. He also attended Todd School for boys and
Bolles Military Academy.
1
4The bride, who was given away I Hie bateau neckline outlined with

V ner latner wore a aress oiicuiwoik arm einnroiucicu wuh u

Wfhite whispery taffeta and tulle,
and original ereation of Mrs. Eu Eu-rrtelia
rrtelia Eu-rrtelia de Calvo. Its sculptured
bodice of tulle, appliques with an
nchanting flower motif in taffe taffeta
ta taffeta studded with pearls rising to

a

nv pearls, had long tapered point

ed sleeves. Her oriental head
dress of pearl flowers, held the
bouffant circular veil of tulle,
made by Mrs. Araujo de Alfaro.
She carried tiny white orchids

and margaritas on her mother-of
pearl prayer book ,whicn was a
gift from the groom.
Miss Jayanne Greene of Deca Decatur
tur Decatur Illinois was maid of honor and
the : bridesmaids were Miss Ma Ma-nuelita
nuelita Ma-nuelita Moses 'Arias, Miss Dorita
Jimenez and Miss Dora Burgos.
They wore varied shades of pale
green organdy ballet length dress dresses
es dresses with deeply tucked bouffant
skirts; bodices graced with rows
of small tucks forming a portrait
necklines and short capped
sleeves. They wore matching
pointed toed satin pumps. Their
headdresses were accordion pleat pleated
ed pleated matching green organdy small
picture hats adorned with 'tiny
white orchids and rose budt.
They carried bouquets ofmiani ofmiani-ture
ture ofmiani-ture rose buds fashioned in a

crescent shape.
Tbe mother of the bride Mrs
Ernesto Zubieta. wore a beauti

fully draped sheath of pale pink

with matching slippers. Mrs. jueon
Greene wore a pearl grey sheath
dress with bouffant drape.
The best man was Col, Raul
Arias Espinosa, and the ushers
were Gabriel Zarak, Rogeho Ica Ica-tfa
tfa Ica-tfa and Brack Hattler Jr.
The ring bearer Raul Aleman
Zubieta and the bearer of the
gold coins Alberto Aleman' Zubie Zubieta
ta Zubieta wore white dinner jackets, min miniature
iature miniature copies of those worn by.
the broom and ushers.
The train bearers Carmen Ale Aleman
man Aleman and Irma Garcia Parades
were dressed in short full-skirted
white embroidered swiss organdy
frocks. Crowning their masses of
curls were tiaras of tiny white
tlowers.

Flower girl, petite Vicky Aleman
wore a short starchy white organ organdy
dy organdy irock and white bows in her
huir.
Acting as sponsors were Dr.
and Mrs. Ernesto Zubieta, Mr.

and Mrs. Leon Greene, Mr. and
Mrs. Miguel Corco, Jr., Mr. and
Mrs. Albsrto Aleman, Jr., Dr.
and Mrs. Juan B. Arias, Mr. and
Mrs. John Moses, Mr. and Mrs.
Jorge Arias, Dr. and Mrs. Julio

Aleman, Mrs. Lola G. tie Zubie

ta, Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Zubie

ta, Mrs. Carmen de Arias,

Dr. and Mrs. rrank .Raymond,

Mrs. Evangelma G. de Zubieta,

Mr. and Mrs.. Alberto Aleman,
Mrs. Mercedes Z. de Arosemcna,
Dr. and Mrs. Adolfo Anas, Mr.
and Mrs. Miguel Corco, Dr. and

Mrs. Juan de la Guardia, Mr.
and Mrs. Florencio Icaza, Mr.
and Mrs. Alejandro de la Guar Guardia,
dia, Guardia, Miss Ana Matilde Anas, Dr.
and Mrs. Edgardo Burgos, Miss
Dolores Arias, Mr. and Mrs. Juan
Francisco Anas, Mr. and Mrs.
Carlos Manuel Arias, and Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Bennett.
Following -the wedding, a recep reception
tion reception was held in the terraced gar gardens
dens gardens of the bride's home on the
hillside of La Cresta. The entire
gardens were lighted by candles
and decorated m .white and sil silver.
ver. silver. "Candles floated on the lily
pond and 71 magnificent arrange arrangements
ments arrangements of white and silver creat created
ed created by Mrs. Luis Carlos Aleman
formed .the centerpiece for the
buffet table and beautified the
patio. A crescent moon shined
down on the bride, groom and
guests.
The bride changed into a
cream linen suit with matching
accessories and the couple left for
the groom's family home in1 El
Vale. They will leave Dec. 30 for
Barranquilla, Colombia, where
they will stay at the Prado Ho Hotel.
tel. Hotel. From there, they will go to
Ocho Rios in Jamaica, where
they will stay at the Silver Seas
Hotel.

They will he at home at 935

Catalonia St., Coral G.ibles, Flor

ida after Jan. 6.

NEW PRESIDENT Mrs. Stephen D. Noyes (left) retiring
president of the Officers Wives Club, Fort Kobbe, confers
with her successor Mrs. Hilton W. McLaren after installation
ceremony recently held at Fort Kobbe Officers Club (UJS.
Army photo)

Chavez Sees 'Rough Going
For Higher Defense Budget

WASHINGTON, Dec. 28 (UP)-

Sen. Dennis Chavez (D-NM)

served notice today that Congress

will give "rough going to any

administration request tor a

million-dollar detense budget in

the fiscal year starting JuJy 1.

Chavez, chairman of the influen-J

tial Senate Military Appropria Appropriations
tions Appropriations suheommitted, noted that de defense
fense defense oilicials have indicated they
intend to ask for a billion dollar

increase over their current 33

billion dollar spending ceiling.
He asserted that increased mili military
tary military spending alone "is not the
answer to today's needs" in trying
to offset Russian successes in the
missile-satellite fields. He called
attention to reports that the ad administration
ministration administration plans to ask Congress
to approve a four billion dollar
foreign aid program and to ex extend
tend extend the Reciprocal Trade 'Agree 'Agreement
ment 'Agreement Act,
Soot "Givtaway"
"So long as tb President pro proposes
poses proposes a huge giveaway in the torm
of foreign aid and wants the
American public to starve them themselves
selves themselves for their own economic de development,
velopment, development, he is bound to have
rough going in Congress," he said.
He added that the launching of
the Soviet sputniks "doesn't
change my feelings one whit."
Chevz issued his statement from
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the Bethesda, Md., Naval Hospital
where he is recovering from a fall
at home during the Christmas
holidays. -
Chavez' warning coincided with
these defense front developments:
Defense of lcials said this
country has alloted $17,178,000,000
for missile development since
World War II, with more than half
of the total being spent in the

past two years. v

AFL-CIO President George

Meany said that increased defense

spending will help the nation s

economy temporarily but that bet
ter wages are the real key to con
tinued prosperity.
Secretary of State John Fos

ter Dulles conierred with Latin

American dkplomats about estab
lishing closer military and politi political
cal political ties between the North At

lantic Treaty Organization and
the Organization of American

States.

the Wail street Journal re

ported the administration plans to

ask congress lor a special 500

million dollar fund which the
President could use at his discre

tion to exploit any break-through

in the missile-satellite field..

sen. manes a. rouer

Mich) said an end to Defense De

partment red tape might be as

Important to the de'ense effort as.

increased military spending, j

1 RICHMOND, Ind. (UP)-A little
girl was in good condition today
following an emergency appendec appendectomy
tomy appendectomy performed when her father
relented in his religious opposition
to medical care. :
The father, Arthur Pippen, 40,
had resisted for about, three days
against pleas by 'authorities to
permit a physician to treat hit
daughter, July, H, for acute ap appendicitis.
pendicitis. appendicitis. Instead, Pippen, nil family and
other members of. the "Full Tab Tabernacle
ernacle Tabernacle of God", religious sect
prayed almost continuously to
save the life of the blonde,, blue blue-eyed
eyed blue-eyed girl.
Pippen was persuaded' to permit
the operation Thursday night when
authorities instituted legal action
to make Judy a ward of the court,
which would pave, the way or
medical treatment.
Earlier Thursday Pippen iad al allowed
lowed allowed doctors to examine Jud v

at Reid Memorial Hospital. They i

warned Judy's appendix might

burst within hours and she might

not live through the night,

Despite the prediction. Pippen

insisted on taking the girl back

home to resume praying for her

me. t
But Pippen stood firm in his be

liefs until Sheriff Edward Cordell

arrived with a summons. The

summons ordered Pippen, a foun
dry worker, to appear in court to

day for, t hearing oa the -girl's'
custody. y
'.'Then the law wants to take her
to the hospitale" Pippen asked the -sheriff.
-
"It does,'' Cordell replied., 'v
"My church preaches that wt ;
must obey the law," the father
said." K
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Word was flashed immediately
to the hospital vd Dr. P. S. John John-son
son John-son wis given 10 minutes to get
ready for the aurgery. The oper oper-ation
ation oper-ation lasted more than one-half
hour. t.

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Ben-Gurion Gives
Lett-Wing i Parly
2-Day Ullimalum

JERUSALEM, Dec. 28 (UP)

Premier David Ben-Gurion today
gave the left-wing Ahdut Avoda
Party tvo days to decide whether

it stooa lor mm or against him.
He was expected to resign if the

leiusts ignored his ultimatum.
Ahdut Avoda had. until torn or

row's Cabinet meeting to decide

whether it would support the Pre
mier."
The specLIc issue was Ben-

Gunon's demand for constitutional
changes enabling him to fire the
Ahdut Avoda Cabinet ministers
who "leaked" details of a secret
plan to ask West Germany for
arms. i-.
The Leftists already have rejec

tea a request that they resign,

ana unaer the existing constitu constitution
tion constitution the Premier cannot fire them.

His only recourse is to resign and
then form a new Cabinet exclud

ing the Leftists.
Observers here believed Ben

Gurion would take this steo onlv

as a last. resort, because it was
by no means certain that : his
Ma,pai Party could control Parlia

ment without Ahdut Avoda sup
port.

They believed the Premier
would do everything he could to

per.uaae tne leftists to remain Jn
his coalition Cabinet ard to share

responsibility for its decisions.
The relorm.' Ben-Gurion asked
womH ruake it a crime fov any
Calinet member to "lok" snvern snvern-r
r snvern-r ient secrets, anJ would empower
; Premier o Tire Cabinet mem mem-h"
h" mem-h" with the consent of two-thirds
of Parliament.
They also would reauire mem

bers of the present coalition
- To remain in the government
nti he elections scheduled in the

summer of 1959.
To support Cabinet decisions
unless the leaders of their parties
authorieed them to do otherwise.
To compel their party organs
to refrain from attacks on mem members
bers members of the government belonging"
to other parties.

CZJCToGef
Theater Season
Going On Jan. 8

"The 19SS. theater leaion for the
Canal Zone will open An Wednet

aay. jan. s, with the Canal, Zone
Junior College presenting the hit
comedy of the summer "Straws
Hat" circuit of last ummer : in
the United Statea. 1 i
i Hilda Manning's ; ,'W o n derful
Summer", is the stage comedy to
be given at- the- DiaWn Hnicrhta

Theater by the- JC class in drama-

UCS. s

While the story of the comedy Is
extremely old, it -is told witli auch
skill, such warmth, and euch
charm, and the action is peopled :
with such attractive real-life tHar-
acters, that the alwaybe!ieva.bl
events carry a more-thnn-ordinary ;
measure of entertainment to: the ";
audience members.
The play has been rentrd

the required laboratory work 1 of

the students enrolled in the class

in dramatics of the collese; end
daily rehearsals have been under
way since before the Thanksgiv Thanksgiving
ing Thanksgiving holidays.

Maureen Kessler, financial' di

rector is in charge of the general v

advance tiacecsaie. A apectai
matinee performance will be fiiv-

en in the afternoon and the night

performance will be presented

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Kay Kendall Infers

Clinic Wilh Aculc
'Abdominal Pains'

ST. MORITZ. Dec28 i-UP)

Movie actress Kay Kendall, 'wife
of actor Rex Harrison, entered,
the Bernhard Clinic here yestnv
day for treatment of wh.it her doc doctor!
tor! doctor! called acute '"a lb d o jninal

pains.-, .... .s

Miss Kendall and her husband'

of six months arrived at St- Mo-

rite on Dec. 17, for a short holiday
in the snow before gnin?to France
to start work in a movie titled

The Reluctant Debutante.

Her doctor, Dr.

United Press:

R. Berry told

It is nothing serious. Mis Ken-

dall complained of acute abdomi

nal pains and suspecting n coma'

be appendicitis or peritonitis, I
told her to enter hospital for ex- ,,
amination. s

"Miss Kendall will be able te

leave the clinic within the next few

days to continue enjoying her va
cation with her husband."

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So c i a f a n J 1
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Cel. and Mrs. Willys Lord
Give Coektall Party
Vi Th r.hief nf the Military Mis
i iion of the United States, .Col.
Willys Lord and Mrs. Lotd
have issued in vital ions to a cock
tail nartv to ba held t, tomorrow
. evening ,.at their, J"""ie, in.; Campo
. Aiegre. ; j
Mr. and Mrs. Joyce V
Have Heuaiguests ,-,
. Mr. and .Mrs; Martin W.-Joyce
arrived t from South ;i Yarmouth,
!. on Fridav to SDenfl the no
lidavi with Mr. 'Joyce's brother
' and aister-m-law -Mr, nd ',Mrs.
. Albert J. Joyce of Gavilan area,
'. Rilhna. ''"-.' i
' The visitors made, "a trip to
nrdililn- Colombia, durinf ; their
v Uavlnv Thursday and -re
" turning the next day. They plan
4n hai tinat Until Jan. 1. : v
The Albert Joyce's eofl, Albert
Joyce Jr.' also arrivea r
from' the University or ftomn car car-Aiina
Aiina car-Aiina whtrm ha.ia studying for
-his 'Mister's degree m-Jbawt He
will return to college On Jan 4.
HinmanV(ves "v r
Marriage i
At Ft. Claytan ; ?
. Miss Gladys Vives, daughter of
Mr.:,ano Mrs. Ramon Vives, became-
the, bride of Air., Paul Ed Edward
ward Edward Hinman, son of Mr. and
, Mrs. Paul E. Hinman at Ft. Clay Clayton'
ton' Clayton' Chapel on Dec. 18. I
MrAnst Mrs. R. Dillman
Announce eUrth-. ,.
.Of Daughter 7
Mr., and. Mrs-. Richard pillman,
the narents of a daughter, Debo Deborah
rah Deborah Ann;, born Dec 18 in Still Stillwater,
water, Stillwater, Oklahoma. Mrs. DiUman
is the former Lois Ann Spencer,
and is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W.. V7.1 Spencer of Los Rios,
who share honors with Mr. and
Mrs N. E. Dillman of Balboa as
, grandparents
I ( ion' Auxiliary - '.
Paya Chrlttmas
Vlslf To Hospital
The annual Christmas visit epon epon-"
" epon-" sored, by the American Legion
Auxiliary, Unit No. 1, Department
of Panama, was made last
UH Emergency Force
Relaxes In Cairo;
EgypiiansPleased
. By LARRY COUlNS
' CAlRdCUP) Tke a batch of
Gl's rom-' nine different nations,
put them' on duty in a witicless,
, women'eas ; desert and you have
.problems. v
The ,'ypu,,f'wllh''1.he.J problems
Is BostonHjorh'JoeNoia, recrea recreation
tion recreation director of the United Nations
Emergency Forte, '.s y.,
He's just -Opened he UNEFjs
. rest center here in Cairo.- Gla
from' the world's first interoation.
al army -get the recreation and Noi
gets the headaches!
' His -headaches come n nine dif different
ferent different languages, and in mprc uni
forms than you coma nnu ai an
ushers" convention. They range
from e Finn who wants to know
where he can- find a real sauna
.f.om hath in the Indian corporal
who wants a plate of honest-to-
, goodness curry. (The Flna had to
ttiB fnr a Swedish massage, but
the Indian got hisj curry).
th pokier was opened here re
' cently after six months' operation
in Beirut. j
(v,ach week 350 soldiers will
.arm down from Gaza for seven
1 -a of relaxation earned every
months in the command's
' jnely desert outposts.-. N
Waiting for them are preartang preartang-i
i preartang-i a nurVnep. tours tc the pyramids
iUxor and Cairo's museums and
xDensi fre fun and games at
'.nirn'R host unortinfl flubs.
"We're trvinir: to give-the boys
lomething they couldn't get in
ieirut or any p'ace else for that
matter," JNoia said.
tlNEP officials said the move
?ere was motivated largely, by
uggestions from the Egyptian gov.
irnment. The Egyptians reasoned.
. tney saia, mai u.uhm siaimn-A
ed on Egyptian soil. Why shouldn't

i it relax on Egyptian territory?
Noia estimated that UNEF's re relaxation
laxation relaxation here ovel thee.xt six
months will mean about$3,0O0,000

in new tourist juicome to the iv
gyptiai economy.
? Egyptian government official's,
' he said, "are bending over back backward
ward backward to make Jhv center -a suc suc-,
, suc-, eess; they really want the boys to
.go away with sr good feeling about
Cairo' ' s i -1
Wisconsin' Raccoons

l!ov( On ThsIrOwn
( MADISON, Wis. (UP) Rac Raccoons,
coons, Raccoons, becoming a 'nuisance in
Wisconsin, will no longer 'get
propagation benefits., from the
Stato Conservation Commission.
The fame management division
of the, commissior announced it
has ended its. raccoon stocking
program with the release of ,227
raccoons who will have to make
th best of it.. ;
the legislature repeale a' law
requiring tags for raccoon Bunt Bunting
ing Bunting this year, "and the cemmis
aron felt that, further1 artificial
propagation was tuoacessary.
The C commission -said hunters
will save Si.0O a rear in rrc
cooa tags, and it will benefit by
a reduction in mauoower needed
to maintain the program.

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Thursday.' Gifts were distributed
to the patients on the' wards 4,
12 and 14, and were left with the
Gray Lady for' distribution I on
Chest Service.
j:sses for .this evening were
Marv E. Becker, Chairman, Mrs
Dorothy. Knox, Mrs. Arlene Mar Martin.
tin. Martin. Mrs. Nlta McKe0wn,y a n d
Mrs. .Barbara -Marohl..
" V'. " ill ' V
Charles E. Smiths
Welcome New. ,
Granddaughter v i
Mr and Mrs. Edward F. 0'
Connor Jr.. 'of Louisville. Kentuc
ky, announce the birth of -t their
third child and Jirst daughter,
Mary Margaret, t Friday, Dec,
27. in Louisville. '
L Maternal grandparents are Mr,
ana iars. unaries r.. smiui iu rm rm-nama.
nama. rm-nama. '
Panama Artists' .'
Painting Exhibition
X
Will Open Tomorrow ''
One Of the best painting exhl
bitions ever held in Panama, will
be opened o m o r r o w at the
Chamber of Commerce building,
Plaza Porras, in Panama. City..
In this artistic event more than
one hundred works presented at
the.' last Ricardo Miro Contest,
will be shown, and art lovers
from 1 Panama and Canal Zone
will have an opportunity to ad
mire local painters masterpieces,
f .Silvers'! first prize; Sinclair Bal Bal-lesteros'
lesteros' Bal-lesteros' 'second prize and Pablo
RunyaS's third : prize, and top
productions from Cedefio, Oduber,
Herrerabarria, Jeanme; t Bartley,
Lily Chang and others, ? are in
this exposition,' and some' of
them are destined to Mexico and
New York. People interested in
buvine these paintings may do
so by getting in touch: with' the
artists directly or through the de
partment of Fine Arts, telephone
2-0258.' -
The exhibition will be officially
inaugurated tomorrow, at 'five o'
clock in the afternoon, and will
close Jan. 6, s M
The nublic of Panama and the
Canal Zone, especially art lovers
and members of painting clubs.
are cordially invited and will be
welcomed. 1
Artist Karl Knafhs
of Provincefovn
Honored In Book
NEW YORK' (UP) -The world
famous Phillips, gallery, in a
contribution to the .appreciation of
modern art in America, has pub published
lished published the first monograph' on
the Provincetown painter. Karl
Knaths, , i?
"The text is by Paul Mocsanyi,
with an, introduction bv Duncan
Phillips, an appraisal bv Ema
nuel Benson and a commentary
by the artist himself.
The essay by Mocsanyi tells
the inside sotry of the artist's
development,, dealing with s u c h
questions as the role of artistic
influences, the meaning of style
to an artist, the wa a painting
isTjorn, what an artist is looking
for in his works.
', Knaths is regarded by many
museum, directors, collectors art
critics, connoisseurs and artists
as perhaps the greatest American
painter of our time. As he has
lived always in isolation, belong belonging
ing belonging to no movements and no
roups, he is not as 'well known
y the public as are many other
painters. By presenting this ar artist
tist artist to a wide audience, the Phil Phillips
lips Phillips Gallery feels that it has
made an important contribution in
the field. of American art criti criticism.
cism. criticism. ... s
The. book contains 59 illustra-
Hons, eight iin full color. It is dis-
tributed by Wiltenborn and Co.

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Drunken Gunmen Kill Bar Owner Musician;
Wound Blind PianistKidna0oung Couple

y ROiIRT ARKDOLU Y
WASHINGTON, Dec.' M(UP)-i
Two drunken gunmen killed bar
owner and a musician ana sen
mikIv wounded 'a blind nianist in
a shooting orgy early today. Then
they, kidnaped a young couple in
their auto and fled south into1 Vir Vir-cinia.
cinia. Vir-cinia. j i .M t 'i ; 'i 1
A police, alarm was broadcast
throughout south eastern states lor
the '"armed and dangerous" kil killers.
lers. killers. The FBI joined the hunt and
charged hem 'with' unlawlu) flight
from the i District of Columbia to
avoid prosecution for first degree
murder. -
One 1 was identified as Henry
Clay Overton, 44; Washington ber ber-ber
ber ber-ber with: a long police record. The
other was tentatively identified as
Wayne Carpenter, 22, described
as "a real hep -cat who likes t
play the drums.".' .'.
,' '"' ALL' FOR $20 j I
Shot to death as the result of
an argument over, a $20 bar bill
were:
i George V. Kaldes" 33, owner of
the Jo DeJ restaurant on-, Wash Washington's
ington's Washington's Ninth street, an area of
numerous hsrs and taVerh. Wit Witnesses
nesses Witnesses said he apparently had
known the older killer for a num number
ber number stl years.
KennethHsrlan Fisher) 38, a
hillbily guitarist and singer who
worked in the restaurant. He was
seated at the bar with another
musician. Thomas Sherwood, and
the blind pianist, Bernard J.
Mainer, 23.
' Sherwood, who found refuge be behind
hind behind the bar with a waitress. Sue
Harrington, 21, ..said the bUnd.man
also took Off but he didn't Know
where to run and he wound up
running toward the front where
the gun was."
Take Car
The killers, one wearing a red
carnation in his lapel, made their
getaway from Washington after
forcing their way into a car in
Snow Can Trigger
Uflhlnfon BoKs,
Researchers Say
CHICAGO (UP) Lightning
bolts can be triggered b snow
falling through electrically-charged
sections of clouds, University
of Chicago scientists report.
Horace R. Byers, professor and
chairman, and Donald R. Fitzger Fitzger-aid,
aid, Fitzger-aid, research associate, of the
university's meteorology depart department,
ment, department, said snow in the upper part
of a cloud has a positive charge;
while the moist lower cloud is neg negatively
atively negatively charged, t -.
vWhen snow falls through the
clouds,., they said, the negative
field is boosted to where it can re release'
lease' release' a giant spark that often
shoots past the snow to the positively-charged
earth below.
They said the reaction is the
reason' lightning often accompan accompanies
ies accompanies a heavy downpouri
The snow, falling in a large
mass, melts at lower altitudes,
takes on more water from the
cloud and reaches ground as hea heavy
vy heavy rain, they said.
The millions of volts in a cloud,
they : Said, are built up by strong
currents of rising air that pull e e-lectrically
lectrically e-lectrically charged air molecules
from surrounding air into billow'
iog turrets of the cloud.
This high voltage, Byers and
Fitzgerald said, is greatest, near
strong updrafts and increases as
the cloud's tiny water dropleti ab absorb
sorb absorb more and more negatively
charged air molecules.
As the drop of the cloud climbs
through the atmosphere, it passes
into freezing levels of, air; where
the droplets turn into snow and
take on a positive .charge.
After congealing' into
a mass
too heavy to be further supported
by the vertical air flow the snow
falls.

pulling, bunching

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which -PFC-'Larry Mntelth,--21,
South Fargo, N.D., and Misa Dor
is Mattingly, 19,, were parked.
They released Miss Matttingly
unharmed at Richmond. :Va..
bus terminal. They then drove-to
Albera, Va., near the North Caro
lina' state line where they locked
Monleith In thetrunk of his car,
stopped a. black Cadillac occupied
by a lone man and continued their
flight. Monteith escaped by knock knocking
ing knocking a hole through a sldewall'.
i Police said the two men entered
the'vtestaurant about- 10 o'clock
last night. They consumed two
fifths of whisky, then put up an
Argument when presented with a
$20 tab.
a Kaldea forced them to leave
and shortly afterward hojfan clos closing
ing closing up his bar. The men returned
ta.'ore the door was 'ockod-md
wilhout warning started spraying
bullets around the tavern from a
kpistol and what appeared to be
a sawed-off shotgun. ..
Fire IT abullets,
Police fourid 11 expended .45
caliber cartridges at the, scene,
; Sherwood, the bar's profession professional
al professional drummer,-said the younger kil killer
ler killer showed special interest, in his
drums and he agreed to let him
play thent for about an hour.
.''Man," he said, "'he wanted to
play my skins real bad. That cat
wanted to buy my- skins."
- Sherwood said he was sitting on
a bar stool with the blind pianist
on his left and the guitar player
on his right. He said the waitress,
Sue, was near the bar.
"Then the men came in. f heard
a shot and looked up to the front
where George (the, restaurant
Expert Has Advice
For Streamlining
Postal Department
CHICAGO '- (UP) An engi engineering
neering engineering cnsultant contends that
tne u.s. I'ost Ofiice could c u 1 1
costs m per cent without sacrific sacrificing
ing sacrificing efficiency.
Edmund Cyrol, management
consultant, said private industries
using time-motion studies have
cut their material handling ami
housekeeping costs by an aver average
age average of 42 per cent.
He said similar studies should
be made of the post office oper operations.
ations. operations. As a second step, Cyrol sug suggested
gested suggested that the post ofmce elimi eliminate
nate eliminate hand-sorting of mail.
"This might require that all
mail would have to be sent in
envelopes of lour standard sizes,','
he said,
! Each envelope wouli have at
one edge a tab similar to the tab
;?;'ds used by business (or Vi'.n
sorting operations.- Tne oris oris-aal
aal oris-aal 'coding m fht have' to be
done by an operator iu a man manner
ner manner similar.V jo the card punching
in industry, or it might be pos
s tle to devciip an electronic
scanner that would do this auto automatically."
matically." automatically." At present, Cyrol said, six or
seven manual sortings are neces necessary
sary necessary for each piece of mail, us using
ing using four Standard first class en envelopes,
velopes, envelopes, he said, only one man manual
ual manual sorting would be necessary,
saving a minimum of six hours
of labor. )
. "The initial punch ean carry
all data for proper delivery." he
said.

A Magnificent Drama a Wonderful
THE PRIDE AND THE

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' em Wednesday, January 1st at the BELLA
VISTA Theater through United ArtlsU re release,
lease, release, represents the high water mark of
Stanley Kramer's remarkable Hollywood ca-
rear. It la the biggest, most ambitious, most
tpectavenlax movie he has ever made. C
.An epic story of human spirit and faith
projected auaiivft the colorful and tmpertu tmpertu-oua
oua tmpertu-oua background of the Spanish War of Inde Independence
pendence Independence in the Napoleonic era. THE PRJDS
AND THi PASSION was filmed in Vista Vi-

owner) ,was, and' I saw one of

the men holding a gun.
'' .'m Shi Gun t: i
'It looked to me like a machine
gVn'or a burp gun. I saw him
cock it with his right hand. I
knew .this guy was drunk and
Cray. and he was out Tor blood.
lt"The blind .man took off toward
the left. Kenny took off the other
way, trying to hide in the back.
I looked up and saw Kenny was
shot in i the leg. The man with
the gun went after Kenny.1 He
stood right over Kenny and let
him' have.it. The shots kept com coming.
ing. coming. I don't know how many.
"Then I heard someone say,
'Let's get out of here All of a
sudden it was quiet.
"Sue ran to call the police. I
came out and jumped over the
body of George. He was lying in
a pool pf. blood near, the front
door.'J .
. tDKESCRIBE Suspect
Police described Overton, the
older suspect, as 5 feet,', 7 inches
tall. He' weighs 180 pounds,, has
brown eyes and hair, and a ruddy
complexion and heavy build. He
has tho initials "H. C. O.'' tatooed
on his right forearm.
The younger man was describ described
ed described as 5 feet, 11 inches tall, weigh weighing
ing weighing abou 165 pounds. Police said
he has brown curly hair.
The FBI said Overton, a native
of Martinsville, Va., has been con convicted
victed convicted of malicious assault, house housebreaking,
breaking, housebreaking, larceny, parole violation
and violation of federal liquor
laws.
He served two years in Atlanta
federal penitentiary for the liquor
offense and was conditionally re released
leased released March 26, 1952.
The FBI said it was gathering
evidence on whic to base (harges
of kidnaping and Interstate trans transportation
portation transportation of -a stolen car.
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slon and Technicolor In Its entirety on loca-
tlon In Spain, with a production span that
covered eighteen months.
,
THt PRIDE AND THt TASSION co-stars
Cary Grant, frank Sinatra and .the voluptu voluptuous
ous voluptuous Italian star, Sophia Loren. The support supporting
ing supporting eaat numbers literally In the thousands.
TUM PRIDE AND THE PASSION, on of the
ere i test film eolcs of all times, opens on
January 1st (Wednesday) at your BELLA
ViSTA Theater. It's ft picture you cant miss.

AVCOIIeS
Charter. To Ilegro
Ousted By Legion
CHICAGO (UP) The director
of the, reactor development divi division
sion division of the Atomic Energy Com Commission'
mission' Commission' has reaffirmed govern government.
ment. government. Interest in the development
of "fast reactors" as opposed to
('water, reactors."1 ks ; i ;
s. Fast 'reactors are' those ; capa
ble o nuclear' breeding,' or of
making maximum use of, the en energy
ergy energy stored in uranium.
In -a report to the fast reactor
Inrni-matinn meetinB. W. iKenneth

Davis; director of reactor tlevel--
opment, said tne government
would continue to experiment
with fasti or advanced,, reactor
types. ; j.
Davis said that at"prescnt,'"wa at"prescnt,'"wa-ter
ter at"prescnt,'"wa-ter reactors," which develop; nu
clear power, offejthe most pros prospect
pect prospect of becoming commercially
useful in domesticf and ', foreign
fields. But he said fast reactors
have greater long-term economic
potential than do water' reactors,
The government nas several ac ac-tive
tive ac-tive participants' in tho fast reac reactor
tor reactor program, : Davis said. The
Power Reactor Development Com Company
pany Company has made real progress on
the design and construction of the
Enrico Fermi Nuclear power
plant, he reported, and the Los
Alamos Scientific Laboratory is
continuing work oA molten pluto pluto-nium
nium pluto-nium reactors.
. y ,v-
A portion of the Nevada test
-site has been set a side for fast
reactor transient studies, 'and more
recently the Mound Laboratory
under the Monsanto Chemical
Company has been brought into
the fast reactor program he add added.
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iCrede Calhoun' ''Half
A Column" appears hi -itt,
liaual place on PageTwo;
today. His article, which
is about the present' poor
attendance at the Panama
Pro -Lpop ball g&mes,
should :be 'of interest to?
local baseball fans.

Tar Heels'
Quifet Man
CHAPEL HILL, N. C. (NEA)8
how does it feel to get little at attention
tention attention while playing on a basket basketball
ball basketball team as it compiles a fantas
tic winning streak? :
"When you're winning, indivi individuality
duality individuality doesn't matter," says Bob
Cunningham, unheralded stickout
of the defending national cham champion
pion champion North Carolina Tar Heels.
The 6-4 co-captain has been an un unsung
sung unsung star for three campaigns.
' t
The cool ngineer of the Chapel
Hill backcourt was conspicuously
ignored in pre-season All-America
polls, obviously for one reason
his low point per game average.
Yet there wasn't a more valuable
man on the all-conquering North
Carolina squad last season, de defense
fense defense and assist work are his line.
FLYING START
Philadelphia (NEA) Jimmy
Brown won the ball carrying
championship of the National
Football .League in his freshman
year with 942 yards in 202 tries.
Racetrack Tips
By CONRADO
T Vcngania
2 Jack O'LinUrn
3 Ribiblanco
4 Sipa
,5 Introduction
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Also:
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"KRONOS"
TODAY IDEAL .30 -.20
Dana Andrews In
"COMANCHt"
Marlene Dietrich in
"MONTECARLO STORY"
Double in Cinemascope!

TOMORROW
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Carte Vieja, A Chesterfi eld Battle
For Lead In Colon This Morning

The Panama Professional League
baseball scene shuts to Colon to
day with a game between the Car
ta Vieja Yankees and the Chester
field' scheduled for 10 a.m. at Co
lon Stadium. ;.,
Carta Vieja righthander Jim
Umbricht. who has an even 1-1
record, will oppose lefty-Jim O' O'Reilly,
Reilly, O'Reilly, 1-0.
The winner of today's contest
will take undisputed lead in the
standings. At present the teams
are in a triple tie.
Race Track
t.f, ; Hon Jockty St.
1st Race, ath Series Imp. 4 Fgs.
FIRST RACE OF
1 Rutilante
2 Lanero
3 Venganza
4 Camberwell
5 The Gipsy
6 Oro Purito
F. Alvarez 103
J. Jimenez 110
B. Baeza 112
A. asquez 115
1. Aguirre ICS
E. Darlo 108
2nd Race,

"Special" Imp. S Fgt.Purw $450 : ; Pool Closes 1:30
cirnun Birt n( tui nnilRl t V,

1 Cooksmaid J. Talavera 112x
2 Guadalcanal G. Rivera 113
3 Valdina Jeep B. Aguirre 108
4 Summer Party Cristian 112
5 Jack O Lantern B. Baeza 112
6 Puesto
C. Povil 105
3rd Race, "f
1 Bugaba
2 Riqui
3 Rabiblanco
4 Naranjazo
5 Don Grau
Natives 4 Fgs.

ONE TWO
R. Vasquez 113 In fight to- finish -A.
Credidio 108 Could get up here
B Baeza 113 Back in top form
C. Quiros 107x Rider only handicap
F. Alvarez 115 Form indicates

4th Race, "G" Natives S

Fg. Purse $375
QUINIELA

1 Carmelita
2 Napa
3 Sideral
G. Rivera 115
R. Vasquez 118
Jj Talavera 105x
4 Folletito
E. Dario 1G8
5 Golden Wonder J. Phillips 112
6 Nachb C. Quiros 105
7 OlimDico H. Ruiz 110
5th Rata, 4th Sorias Imp. 4 Fgs,
1 Concrete Pipe H. Ruiz 103
2 Introduction B. Baeza 110
3 Febrero II A. Vasquez 11$
4 Mezereum C. Bovil 155
5 Alminar C. Quiros 103z
if
4th Race, 4th Series Imp.
7 Faii.
FIRST RACE OF
1 Garramufio
2 Destello
3 Elko
4 Cypress Bull
5 Fenix
6 Cartillero
A. Valdivia 110
F. Alvarez 113
F. Hidalgo 118
B. Baeza 112
R. Vasquez 115
A. Vasquez 113

7th Race, 5th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.Purie $500

SECOND RACE
1 Erid
2 Red Label
3 King John
4 Chivilingo
5 Germanio
6 Fieltro
R. Vasauez 115
V. Castillo 115
. Hernandez 112
C. Bovil 113
G. Rivera 118
A. Ycaza 115
Ith Race, 5th Sorio Imp.

4 Fgs. Purse $500
QUINIELA

1 Oliver R. Vasquez 115
2 My Friend A. Vasquez 112
S--Empire Cross A. Credidio 108
L 4 Mikel E. Dano 110
5 Don Dani F. Alvarez 105
6 Mar Bravo S. Hernandez 107x
fth Raco. 4th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.
.: ONE
1 Singful S. Hernandez 105x
2 Blakemere F. Hidalgo 113
3 Trirreme F. Alvarez 105
4 Manandoagua B. Baeza 110
5 Sunfair J. Rodriguez 115

Giants; Dodgers to California
No. 1 Sports Story Of Year

By OSCAR FRALEY
' '' :: V.'v.'N
NEW YORK (UP -The number
one storv of the stwrts year,
strangely enough, had nothing to
do with the playing aeicu r
n Hirtnt rrmwni sneea. strenzui
or stamina, it had nouung 10 ao
with courage or class.' ,5 ;
GIANTS SPORTS : ;
snorts shorts of the year you
have to nut the financial pilgim-
age of the Dodgers and uianu xa
uauiornia ai ue ana ui cue tub
. One Man's Opinion
Debate these if vou wilL for
these are one man's opinion. But
from this corn r the Big 10 stacked
up in this order: v
1. Giants and voogers to cau-
iornia.
" Milwaukee Bravea win World
Series. "
a. carmen Basilio defeats Ray
Robinson for middleweight title.
- 4. Iron Liege wins Gallant Man
lones the Kentucky Drby.
- 5. Notre Dame ends Oklahoma's
47 -game winning streak.
6. Derek' Ibbotson lowers mile
mark to 3:57.2.
7. North Carolina wins 32 in
row and NCAA basketbsU title.
8. Herb Score almost bunded by
line drive. '
. Dick Mayer, from nowhere,
winr Open and AO-America golf.
10. Althea Gibson first Negro to
score tennis grand slam."'

) .The game will

after Colon Gov. Jose Maria Gon
zalei pitches to- Mai. Pastor Ita
mos Jr. with Colon Mayor Jose
Maria Vives behind the plate.
Up to closing time .later: last
night league officials had not. is
sued statement concerning a
formal report and recommeuda
tions turned in to them by umpire'
in-chief Dal Thornton on the inci
dent in which Cervezn Balboa Tin-
fielder Hector Lopez punched urn-
Graded Entries
CommaM
.1 V.j.OJdi
Peeii Closes lToo
Pur$ $400 :
THI
Could go all the way
Nothing to recommend
Last was revealing,
Will fight it out
Last doesn't count t
Showing improvement
j 30 -1
2-1
-rr 3-1
X-15-1
3- 1
21
4- 1
'!3-2
30-1
Makes debut here 1
Has strong finish
Will fight it out
Reportedly improved
Best early toot
Has shown nothing
Pursa $375
Pool Closot 2:00
5?
3- 1
21
4- 1
3-2
Pool Closes 2:30
Ran well in return EVEN
Barely missed last EVEN
Fractious, unreliable 10-1
Lacks early speed 10-1
Rates Kood chance 3-1
Must go lower 151
Poor recent races 10-1
, v
Purse $400
Pool Closes 3:00
Ran well in last
Form indicates
Could improve here
Upset possibility
Not against these
3- 1
4- 5
3-1
8-1
501
Purse $401
Peel Closes 3:40
THE DOUBLE
Not with this rider 15-1
Poor race in classic 5-1
Weights, rider handicap 10-1
Has strongest finish 2-1
Last doesn't count 3-2
Will fight it out 21
Pool Closes 4:10
OF THE DOUBLE
Tmorovine slowly 31
Rates good chance 5-1
Good race in last 4-1
Beat cheap, field
Long overdue EVEN
Early speed only 5-1
Pool Closes ,4:45
Rider may help
Poor effort ifl last
Should be close up
21
10-1
3-1
5-2
3- 1
4- 1
Form indicates
Dangerous wis time
Wide open contest
Purse $400
Pool Closet 5:15
TWO
(Better chance here 41
-Ran well in return 3-1
Apparently outclassed 30-1
Always close up T-2
Should- score essily 3-5
That, you may say, overlooks a
lot of good stories. You're right.
Epics like Jackie Pung's disquali disqualification
fication disqualification after winning the U.S.
Women's -Open Sam Hanks' vic
tory in the Indianapolis 500; the
bizarre attempt of amateur Pete
Rademacher to beat Floyd Patter Patterson;
son; Patterson; Johnny. Longden's 5,000th vic victory
tory victory as a iockev: Ted Williimi'
batting championship at 39; the!
catastrophe in -th Mills Migua
and many .others, v
Cause Tongue Wagging
But for fan interest and sheer
impact, the ones which caused the
most tongue-wagging or were the
most historic. I've got. to so for
those listed.
The abandonment of New York
by the. Giants end Dodgers sus sustained
tained sustained interest and speculation
throughout most of the year. It
was a thunderbolt which, although
other franchises have been moved
previously, caused a continuing
sensation. For the shift altered
the -whole baseball map.
Basilio snd Robinson put on one
of the all-time classic bouts as
Carmen won the middleweight
crown, the 11th round standing out
as one of the most savage in ring
history, iron uege, an e to l shot.
won the Derby as Willie Shoemak Shoemaker,
er, Shoemaker, up en Gallant Man, mistook
the finish line and pulled up early.

get underwaypire Gail Moore-during a

game
witn carta Vieja last night.
Lopez struek MooraMn the ribs
when the arbiter threw him out of
the game aftei; 'he had dared him
to ao so. 1
It was the second time that Lo
pez has slugged an umpire since
he started playing m- me fro
League six years ago.
The hot-tempered inflelder sock
ed former umpire Lorenzo Coppin
on the jaw in the last game of the
1955-56 season during a rhubarb
over a call. '
Heer
.bybrowmastei
Friday nights at the .Olympic
Stadium have taken ; on n- real
Flatbush aspect Last weke it, was
umpire Winston',,. Williamson and
the Carta Vieja club .occupying
the chief roles iri the biggest show
in town,? while. last night Cerveza
Balboa players Hector ; Lopez and
Alonso Brathwaite deviated from
the clean and noble tenet of good
oenavior. : r;.
It all' happened like this. Carlos
Thome, Beermen relief artist en
tered the game to take over to
open the ninth inning with 1 the
Beermen leading 2 to 1 from
starter'i Dave Benedict, who for
eight innings had pitched himself
in and out of trouble.
' Alonso Brathwaite,. secondbase-
nan for Ccveza Balboa, sudden
ly developed the idei that from
his position he was able to see the
oitches" better than chinf umpire
Dal Thornton working behind
home plate.
This reachedvthe climax when
Kronf and Wilhelm walked on
wnat Brathwaite thought were
good pitohes.. Umoire Gail Moore
ordered Brathwaite to take it easy
as his epithets could tie heard by
the fans in the covered stands. At
this point, manager Kelltnan de
cided to yank Thorne, who for
some unknown reason was reluc
tant to leave for' the .showers pre
ferring to stick around and listen
to the argument between Moore
and Brathwaite.
Moore ordered Thorne to move
along so the game could be speed
ed up. Again, Brathwaite decided
to get into the act, and this time
Moore gave him the thutnb. ;
SERVICE
CENTERS
TODAY
B A' LB OA
:0 V 4:10 S:2f 8:30
CRISTOBAL S :3, 7 :S0
; Eva Marl Siint i
Don Murray
"A HATfTJl. OF
' BAIN".
DIABLO J:30 T:0
Donald O'Connor
"BUSTER KEATON
;.' STOByr
GAHBOA T:N
' Joan Colllni
' Dan Dalley
' THK WAYWARD,
i:: .BUS",., ,:r
GATUN lM.tt 1:M
, Jeffrey Hunter
Shere North
"THK WAT TO
THK GOLD"
MARGARITA
2:3 S:M --8:1
Joan Collliu
Richard Burton
' "SEA WirE" -,
.1' ( PABAISO 'k
r f.a S:1S
Jeff Chandler
j rOBANGO"'
SANTA CRUZ
,0:1 S:
i Juno Allyson
". Jack Lemmon
"Yan Cut Baa
Away fnoi It"
LA BOCA. T.-M
Thii Crald Br
Tha Nicht"
CAMT BDXBD.
.- S:1S S:ZS f
Bock Hudson
- "BATTLB
HYMN"
C AP I T OL IO
J5c, . .1 29c., 29c.,-DAKOTA
DAKOTA 29c.,-DAKOTA INCIDENT
'- Dale Robertson
-TBI MAN IS --
Dane Clark

rr To, ' f

"BAILOUT AT 43,000'
. John Payne 7
f
SALtlDAT BRAND'
"'- Joseph Cotten

Manancloaqua, Singful,
Blakemere Contenders

1

Gabriel 0sa Vicuna's stretch-burning Sunfair
should score an easy victory in the $600 seven fur-,
long: main event for fourth series imported thor-;4
oughbreds at, the' president Remon racetrack this

attcrnoon. w
SingfuL Blakemere. ; Trirreme
and Manandoagua are scheduled to
oppose the classy bay son of Sun-
dodger, Manandoagua was 'second
on Wednesday with Blakemere and
Suds
. While' the new Beermarr- linrler
Lew Spencer was -warming up,
Brathwaite continued tus attack on
Moore with teammate Jlector ; Lo Lopez
pez Lopez joining him;; Moore threatened
to i throw Lopez out of the. game,
to "which the Big -Leaguer retorted,
that if he ever' tried it he would
sock him. ' -', : 5
, Moore showing his ppunk, order ordered
ed ordered Lopez1 Jo the- bertch.;-. In; less
time', than it takes to explain, the
Beerman shortstop threw a hard
over-hand right which landed in
Mr. MOore's ribs. h ' x
League officials were to nave
met yesterday to take action on
the affair; bufup to the time that
this paper went to press, there
was no report received on it.
This is the second time that Lo Lopez
pez Lopez has struck an umpire in this
league, and while we happen to be
among his legidn of admirers as
a big-league ball player we are- a a-mong
mong a-mong the first to condemn his a c'.
tion of Friday night as strictly
bush league. ..-."j
His recurrence m such a das
tardly act shows his utter disre disregard
gard disregard for the success of his club.
His amateur thinking will un
doubtedly penalize the Cerveza
Balboa with the loss of his servi services
ces services for a given period, whiehi def
initely will hamper their chances
of winning the championship..
PROS' PICK Quarterback
Johnny Unitas rpf the Balti-
more Colts proudly exhibits
the Jim Thorpe Trophy.: This
lis' the game's foremost award
because annually it goes to the
I star chosen, by .the players
for the National Football League
as the most' valuable player in
their ranks.' The players are
polled by. NEA Service. The
atrophy, is sponsored by A. Q.
jSpaldihg Brothers..';
p

.CAN FILL YOUR WEEDS!.

IV OH
.206.
35c

BATTLE AT RIVER
FLATS 7 ,,'V

t i-?Also:

S.O.S. SCOTLAND5
, YARD -with
David Farrar

V

V

-V 'X
Singful close behind. Trirreme 4
trailed far 'behind in the tame 1 :-'
race. 's
Julio Rodriguez, at usual will ,
be aboard the Chilean-bred ,Sunk
fair. Sandino Hernandez will guide,. rfc
Singful this time in place of i;
rough-riding VirgiUo C a f tfllo. i
Braulio Baeza will attempt once V.
more to get Manandoagua home
first Baeza was aboard for Man Man-andoagua
andoagua Man-andoagua second place finish ob
Christmas Day behind BataHon .-
Fernando Alvarez will guide the 'r 'r-apparently
apparently 'r-apparently outclassed Trirreme. i :4
Sunfair lost by head to Michi- ; tf
ripa his last, time out andv barring -an
accident,- should score 'at his- V
rider's pleasure in this race. t i A
Eight other races are included ?

on a nine-race program.
Yesterday Melendez made it two'
consecutive nose victories over
mutuels favorite. Bacancito in the
featured .$1,000' aeven furlong
sprint. '- -
Ruben Vasquez again got 1 Me-i,'
lendez to produce his finishing
kick in the homestretch and he
nailed Bacancito in identical fash
ion to last Sunday.' Town's Wall,
which challenged;' 'Bacancito at
the head of the somestretch,"
wound up only a half length' .be .behind
hind .behind in ; three-way blanket fin

ish. The only other starter, Gavi-
Ian, was two lenghts further back. 1 A -"
Melendez returned': at juicy $6.20,
The secondary; attraction wai
won in a mild upset, by Michiripa f-'
when the odds-on mutuels favor-'
ite, Posiblemente,,- disappointed. -Hostigador
was second and the -one-two
(Michiripa Hostigsdork; J
paid $194.40 -vi tops for the day. ;

AF1CUV V aOljUVAy TVS us brfv ; .'-j,
tories, was the ,. wirrningest rider J- T
of the day. , v
, ; ; v; i ff-; t (
Hie dividends:
First Rice' ,1 f
1 Amat $37.60, $T20 ,Y 'A
, Arrabalero $3.20 -l t f VV
Second Race 1 v." t:'
J Bradomin $1. 80 $3.00- '"'
'2 Grey Juan A3.80 v ,

aV mhv va is.r f aawwiuw
r r
fl El Pequefio $8.20". $28

2 Mr Jack 20 ..
One-Two: 11.0ft u
Fourth Race I
1 Golden Bound $6.40, $3.60
2 GUacamaya $4.00 - ',
Quinlela: $12.40
Fifth Race
1 Picararo $57.00, $6.00 v"5
2 Quickie $2.20 S
Sixth Race'
1 Gouvernant $6.40, $3.20
2 El Aghelia $3.60 r t,'
Seventh Race '.'
7 1 Mel6ndez $6.20, $3.00 1
.2 Bacancito $2.40 ,f :
JSecond ppuble:f 28.60.
T Eighth Race
I Soberano $9.40, $3.60
'. 2 Pancho Lopez $2.60
i Quiniela: $9.60. ;
' i n up i ' y'
' V Ninth Race '.
1 Michiripa $12.60, $5.60 -i
2 Hostigador $12.80
One-Two: $194.40
;,: ''.' Tenth"' Race.
' 1 Tanara $7.20, $6.40
2 Apache $6.20 X

ALL "Js" FOR WCNUTTS

EL CENTRO,' Calif. (UP) Mrs.
James McNutt, who has children i
named James, Julia,. Janet, Joya t
and -Jerrv. CFav birth to a nauirh. v "V

ter Thursday. The baby's name:
Jean. ;- : ;
VICTORIA'
Kc 1 ,. I5e.
Beyond Mombasa
4 with John Bentley
:;sz-t .-. : ;. -,v
Also;.-
?th CALVARY
with Randolph Scott
20c,

AMERICAN

.X

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'I.



Oid Sfcrfe n Rose Bow

Duce Over Mighty Oklahoma
As The Brass Bands Play On

ly- JIMMYWsUN

i iiTiMT Via NEA) The Or

ange Bowl gjme between Duke
and Oklahoma on New gear's Day
is going to be tough one and; the
real hero. ;ity be doesn't get, hu?t.

is going to be Fred McCaii. c:

McCall is tall, gray-haired and
shed looking and while

he may not be built, as studily .as
m fntball-olaver he has -a job

which like wrist slashing, caL
for powerful nerves. 1

McCall is to step In front of
-in- m.il hands. 1.000 miiSI-

xiant nrl lead them through the

half-time .musical show,' ;
, Five bands will be from high
schools, each kid eager to prove
he can play as loudly as those in
the three, college" outfits, Oklaho Oklahoma:
ma: Oklahoma: Duke and the University of

V Miami. There Is also an Army
:iand -and the soldier will play
5 ;ood and loud becauso if they
f don't they could wind up cleaning
fwrbage cans.

sonvnat,- tne u Mcuan,, use
many other citizens, i comes up
thinking he has the flu on game
morning?
. v 1 1-i,M..McCaM,"'
i,M..McCaM,"' 1-i,M..McCaM,"' an orange Bowl
spokesman said testily, "will not
have hangover on New Year's
Dav.vHe is a conscientious work worker"."
er"." worker"." The music will go.on. but there
Is considerable a Question ahout
whether Bud Wilkinson's Okla Oklahoma.,
homa., Oklahoma., dub will do 'the same. The
general notion is that Oklahoma
lost that one to Notre Dame but
should i get moving against Duke,
wWch- ls -in the Orange Bowl only
because, North Carolina Stater the
Atlantic -Coast Conference cham champion,
pion, champion, --.J, ineligible due :'to an
NCAA, recruiting ban. ;
Duke -was tied by North Caro
line' State and Navy and lost to
North Carolina and Georgia Tech.
But the B'ue Devils have a big,

active line led by Tackle Tom Top.

ping. 212: Guards Roy Horn,

and Buzz Ga y, 221 ; and Center

Wade Byrd,

Nayy Over Rice; Aggies
Over Vols Other Picks

Mnwiur kjirai Wra rar'linn. rlrht. will lead Interference

lor George Dutrow and. vice versa lorDuke against Oklahoma.

JOE WILLIAMS

Wavne Woodrow Hayes. Scripps-

loward Coach of the Year for
j7 is the most widely criticized,
and, paradoxically the most suc successful
cessful successful football maestro, that fan fantastically
tastically fantastically zealous Columbus has

,24 ever known,,

1 c Ohio capital don't like t Ji e
1 '1 f 1 U 1 T 1 fl.nn VMffisat

With Wrav Carlton. --halfback;.". ri0 "lhum" "Tvs rushing
Bob Brodhead, -quarterback;, and lfi,',, nSiMitthrta i ?r
w.rnlrf KTrFih.nv fnliharlr Dnki. Among their m lder. epitl ets are

Harold McElhaney, fullback, Duke
can move the ball.
' Eddie Erdelatz of. Navy, for one,
can't understand their record, --.
"This," he said ?ftcr.., playing
T 6-8 tie; "wasa surprising game.
A
f Fif r. r
MIAMI, Fla. (NA5 i-At' arm
chair age 3, Jim ; Fitzsimmons
still rises at 5 a.m., reads without
glasses; cooks for the family, has
his own "teeth, drinks a special
water and uses Bigeloil like his
horses.' 1
The famous trainer of Nashua,
Bold Ruler and many other great
throughbreds, currently dividing
the ,day between Tropical and Hia Hia-leah
leah Hia-leah Parks, boasts of making Am America's
erica's America's best Bacardi cocktaik

his concepts can't be wholly
without appeal or effect; he
keeps winning and the customers
keep buying tickets. If his meat
and potatoes, menu is : unexciting

to the palate, its substantial nu
tritive values, .fiscally and oth
erwisc, cannot be denied.
Under Hayes direction-the buck'

eyes, in tne last lour season, won

24 and lost only two games, a

record unmatched by any other

coach in this fiercely competitive.

and very likely, most powerful of

all college loops. j
There are two reasons why the

new Coach of the Year uses the
ground m preference to the pass
On a ratio pf seven- or eight
one: (1) he seldom has a Dei
Eye "Dick, marksman; (2)
wants possession of the ball. A
hard-shell fundamentalist, his nhi.

sophy is: "If you don't let 'em

i 'get tne ball they can't score on

He didn't either? : Nevertheless.LOOu."
the Buckeyes :wpn i and a record4 It would be absurd, of course,

setting 82,8 overtiowea tne st a-, to suggest that Hayes does not

mum, aespite tne ract

locals were supposed to deem

hayes football as: more appropn

By STIVI SNIDER.

NEW YORK, Dec. 29 (UP)

It'll take the- unset of the vear-

19Mthat is .to lick Ohio State's
national champs ii. the. Bose Bwol
on New Year's Day. -'
Thus, the burly Buckeyes of the
Big Ten automatically top the
final football forecast of the' sea season
son season with Oklahoma, Navy, Missis Mississippi
sippi Mississippi and Texas A and M pegged
to win the othet big- ones.
; Around the bowls:
..i.v; ..... ......
Rose .Bowl Ohio State over

Oregon. The Bucks have the pow power,
er, power, savvy and bench to make this

anotner Big -Ten victory over me
Far West. The oddsmakers' have
made the Bucks a 19-Doint favor

ite but the guess here is they wont

do that well against Oregon's de defense
fense defense unless they grab a quick lead

that'll force the Ducks to ramble.

Ohio State 21-7. r

( Navy Over Riee
Cotton Bowl: Navy over Rice.
In thC big ones, all other things

being approximately equal, navy's
Eddie Erdelatz rates the hod even
over such a noted old schemer as
Jess Neeley of Rice. They had -a'
common opponent Duke' but

that only serves to show what a
tight match the Cotton Bowl has.

Duke tied wavy, neat nice, t-o.

Rut the Munch here is Navy has

the better blended attack with ForJ
restal's passing and a flock or

hard runners. Navy 20-14.

.Orange Bowl: Oklahoma over

Duke. Talented opposing lines trou

bled Duke ind there's no doubt

about Oklahoma's jugged defense.

But can the Sooners score enough
to rate being 10 point favorites?

If you're looking for an upset in

the year-end bowls, this could be

it. Oklahoma stumbled part way

against inspired Notre Dame. But

habit is strong. Oklahoma 027

dull. unmsDired. hackneyed

A couple of days before the go
fjr broke; Iowa game an irate
grad parked his troubles ort our
siou'der and sobbed"
"You wouldn't believe itt ,but
the way Hayes avoidsi the' pass
you'd think.lt was leprosy.''
'ThfeVto rad addeUr'fJtJwT his
the worst pass defense" in -the
Big Ten. You think Hayes ,wUl
trv to exploit it?' For "all the? tea

in China he won t.

4

-Sugar Bowh Mississippi ovef1
Texas.: Rates as tossup but' Ole
Miss will be high against the
Texas comebackers to make up

for its Sueaf Bowl lumps against

Navy twp years ago. In a rock em

type game or can control, it is
Mississippi 14J, ;.
- Agglts Over Vols
Gator'Bowl Texas A and M over

Tennessee." Tennessee's single

wing is an- advantage ift any one-

shot game; But n s no stranger to

Bear Bryant of the Aggies, who

used to face the 'Vols when he

coached ; Kentucky and the Bear
has the ace of the day-haUback
John Crow. Texas A and M 21-14.

shrine: east over West. The

East is. Iavored by nine "but the
Westf has an excellent passer in

Jackie Douglas, of. Stanford. In.

this- game, everyone wins because

of the charity involved and tire
more scoring the better everyone

likes it. The east with Walt: Ko-

walczyk of -Michigan State and
Jimmy Pce of Michigan, will do
its share. East 28-20.

Blue Gray. The North is, a

slight underdog and the choice

here also is the south out either
wsy there figures to be plenty of
throwing. Gene Newton of Tulane
heads the' '"Gray Ditchers and the

Blues will have talented Dan Nolan
of Lehigh as well as Min""ota's
Bobby Cox. South 21-14.

Also: Drake over Louisville in

fie Sun Bowl, Mississippi South

ern over. Jfiast Texas State in the
Tangerine Bowl and Texas South Southern
ern Southern oyer Prairie View at Prairie
View,' 'Texas,

Heat Fails In Patterson Camp -Norris'lBC-miLi

By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) The heat.

ing system is on the blink at Long

Pond inn at Greenwood L.axe,
Y. Otherwise Floyd Patterson
might not be in New York for the

Holidays.

" A year ago his people went to

Greenwood Lake," recalls Cus D'

Am a to. 1

When the heat' is again turned

on at Greenwood Lake, Patterson
will be back there hitting the road

in the car.y morning, teaching a

bunch of kids in the early after

noon, working out himself and nit

ting the hay early.

Puttercnn'a mnnaffiu" inr nnp

reason or another muses to have

anything to do with the top .ive

contenders, but the heavyweight

champion trains as through he
were going jto tackle them all the
same night

wuirjuve attractive maicnes av-

auabe against Eddie Machen,
Zora Follcy, Willie Pastrano, Roy
Harris and Pat .McMurtry D'A-

mato is considering taking an Am

erican Opponent to London tola

coming spring. That is. if Inge-

mar Jphannson beats Joe Erskine,

the British and umpire champion,

which the Swede probably will.
Bob Baker recently beat Dick
Richardson in London, which
might make him acceptable as"a
Patterson opponent there, but not

even D Amato would attempt to

stuff the big Pittsburgher with the

bad hands down English throats.

But D'Amato is feeding 15 tig

ers and can t get work tor tnem

in this country, so intends to send
them abroad.

D'Amato is a self-appointed Don

Quixote and the windmill he chose

for tilting is Jim Norris and the

International Boxing Club. That's
a pretty big windmill, and so far

Cus has done considerab'y better

than all right financially,-but the

Dusiness nas sutler eel oecause nor norris
ris norris has all the pretenders tied up
with the. exception' of McMurtry.
And Cus won't let Patterson en engage
gage engage McMurtry in a $500,000 match
in the Paci.ic northwest unless it

is promoted by Jack Hurley. Clar Clarence
ence Clarence McMurtry, the Irish kid's
father, will have no truck with
Hurley. Some times you wonder
how silly light people can get.
D'Amato, however, can always
fall back on Pete Rvdemachcr.
Peace between D'Amato and
Big Jim Norris would set up a
sp endid siring of fights and boom
beak busting no end.
Would Patterson box for the
IBC under any circumstances?
"Only if Norris relinquished one

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Schedule For
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The following radio broadcast
schedule of holiday football bowl
games has been announced by Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean Forces Network..
Dec. 29: Blue Gray Game (North
vs South) at 1 p.m. followed, by
pro football championship game
(Cleveland Browns vs Detroit
Lion;)
Jan. 1: Orange Bowl (Oklahoma
v Duke) at 1:30 p.m. followed by
Cotton Bowl (Navy vs Rice) and
Rose Bowl (Ohio State ys Univer University
sity University of Oregon). s: s
Jan. 2: Sugar Bowl (Mississippi
vs University of Texas) at 1 p.m.

of his two weekly television"
shows," says D'Amato. "T hen "'
there would be competitive bids
and -managers would b- able-to
collect more than $4,000 in v.TV
money for a main event," -y
D'AmatV understands' that Nor Nor-rls;
rls; Nor-rls; is paid 9d,0oo a week for the
two TV shows. "" i
. '"
D'Amato hit Norris with some-
thing more than Patterson, it turns
out.
He wised up Rty Robinson ?
demand a new telecasting deal. for,! 2
his middleweight title defense a-
gainst Carmen Basilio. Sugar Rajr'i?
got $255,000 flat.
"Norris wouldn't reword the con"4 con"4-tract,"
tract," con"4-tract," stresses Cus D'Amato. X
"That would have started a it am- '.
pede of other mangers demand
ing the same deal."
The boxing war isn't likely tOM
settled by Jim Norris yielding one
of his TV shows. J.;"
Under the present set-up, that's that's-too
too that's-too sweet a plum.

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game.

than

ate to the dinosaur era

Siutmk age.

Still, it must be obvious
. t

We can understand why the un

embellished attack, however effec
tive, may be a deterrent to cus
tomer interest interest in .the pro

game: but why it. should make

difference In college, where vie

tory in traditional rivalries is the

all-consuming amoition, is puzz

ling. f
In any case. Hayes had con

vincingly demonstrated that in his

type ot piay ne nas few n an
auneriors. The consistency wit

vhichhe wins in most demand-

kg league entitles him compare

ble rank with the Jock Suther-

lands, Gil Dobies, Bob Key lands
and; other historic" exponents of
what Steve Owen calls. "Sound

dollar football.'

The validity of the H ay e 8

rhfi nsi hv h I at fjulAiir KAaihai mvt

that ? t h e recognize the possibilities of the hardlv be disouted. in nre-season

pass, or that-he does not make Rational polls the Buckeyes, with
use of it in inviting situations., ifi ii?iit tm varaitv m

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You know the oldie about bow

to make a rabbit stew. First, you

get yourself a rabbit. Hayes had

tne raDDits.

.'What he did with "them, and

Jhow he handled them, was the

basts on which his perceptive col col-league
league col-league elevated him to premier

ship. To reach the summit the
Buckeyes had to off-set a deafeat

by, TCU Jn the very first game of

tne season. .a defeat which

grew out of disastrous fumble

and a 90-yard punt return.
This called for a morale build

ing job. Hayes accepted the chal

lenge in stride and Ohio State

didn t lose another game,
A Typical Game
The composure of a team' In a
crisis generally reflects the per

sonality and character of its
coach. -If the coach has been ? a a-ble
ble a-ble to sell the players on their
abilities and on the plays he has
designed, chsnces are they'll rise
above almost any difficulty.
The Buckeyes had uphill going
in their last two games when the
season had 'reached Its most cri critical
tical critical stage. .A ;
They trailed Iowa, 1310. fioim

into the final quarter. A substi substitute
tute substitute fullback, carrying the ball
on seven of eight plays in a 65-

yard TD march emerged as the
deciding force.
"The stands, almost to a man,
stood and cheered as Bomb White
smashed over from the five-yard
hne,f a press-box dispatch report report-ed.
ed. report-ed. .a curiously stimulating re reaction
action reaction to? what has been labeled
as horse and buggy football. ..
And yet this was a typical ex

ample or the Hayes technique in
operation.' The Buckeyes passed 10

times ana nit twice tor 36 yards.

rushing, they gained 29S yards,

t orcea to come from behind.

they played possession football

! stuck -to the ground: settled for

short Tarda res and first downs.

Slow but sure

It-was more of the same In the

windup with Michigan when they
faced a 14-point deficit at' the

naif, winning eventually by a
lopsided score. Hayes must have

liked it even if the fans remain

ed estheticaly rnaoneased. One

thing about iootbal', regardless of
the system you use, it's always

easier to justify-a victory than a

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China Population
Shift Sends Five
(ions To Farms
TOKYO (UP) Communist China
will have shifted at least five mil million
lion million persons by next spring in its
wholesale "back to the farm
movement," the U. S. Army said
today,
Political opponents, unsuectess unsuectess-'
' unsuectess-' ful atudents, military dependents,
writers and teachers are among
those heing taken from the cities
and sent to work on farms or fac factories.
tories. factories. In an analysis prepared by the
Psychological Warfare Office of
the U. S. Army in Japan, it was
noted that Premier Choun En lai
called the campaign a "nation "nationwide
wide "nationwide movement to temper and re
mold intellectuals."
Four reasons were given for the
enormous population shift:
Reduction of the n u m b e r of
" ""onsuiners in the cities.
-pispersal of potential political
opponents.
' Increase in the rural work force
fof such projects as land reclama reclamation,
tion, reclamation, irrigation and road building.
Reduction in state expenses for
Kchools and recreational facilities
fojr military and Communist cadre
dependents.
6ULLES GOES TO NEW YORK
I'. -i
' 'WASHINGTON (UP) Secretary
of'' State John Foster Dulles
planned to go to New York to
; spend the New Year holiday with
friends on Long Island. A spokes
m'an said Dulles would conduct no
official business while in New
Y,ork. He said Dulles would re return
turn return here Jan. 2.
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- ' BOUNTY REMAINS The National GeorraDhic Society i

ports that akin divers have located the coral encrusted hulk of
' "the notorious mutiny ship, HMS Bounty, which was burned and
VL'unlc of PMcairn Island in the South Pacific in 1790. Here
the discoverer, veteran underseas photographer Luis Msrden,
,',fcJJx",in PPer fittings from, the ship on the ocean floor.,
-;t Warden was assisted by Tom Christian. 21-year-old great-;
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Mother Outlines
What Is Required
To Rear Scientist
CHICAGO (UP) What does it
take to rear the scientist of to-
morrowP
Mrs. Robert Moore of Silver
Spring, Md., answered that ques question
tion question in a recent issue of Today's
Health, the American Medical As Association's
sociation's Association's health magazine.
Mrs. Moore's son, Bob, 17, re recently
cently recently was named the nation's
top young scientist by the Science
Talent Search for the Westing Westing-house
house Westing-house Scholarships. Bob is attend attending
ing attending Swarthmore College, where he
plans to major in physics.
. Mrs. Moore drew a composite
sketch of the ideal environment
for producing a youthful scientist.
And, as she said, this sketch is so
ideal as to be "... downright dis discouraging,
couraging, discouraging, but we parents can
comfort ourselves with the thought
that hardly any scientist had all
these things."
The perfect parents of a scien scientist,
tist, scientist, Mrs. Moore wrote, "would
somehow be forehanded enough to
provide themselves with (1) an in inheritance
heritance inheritance of somewhat above-average
intelligence and abilities. (2)
good education, (3) wide interests,
(4) stimulating friends, and (5) a
good variety of books or member membership
ship membership in an excellent library."
'They would be willing and eager
to have their sons and daughters
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without interference, frustration,
or ridicule," She added.
The perfect parents of a young;
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teach self-discipline, responsibility,
and a finely balanced attitude of
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blended with sufficient warm hu hu-manness
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Evidence Linking
Smoking To Cancer
Said Inconclusive
INDIANAPOLIS (UP) Evi Evidence
dence Evidence turned up so flar to link
cigartte smoking to lung cancer
is "inconclusive," an internationally-known
scientist said today.
Sir Ronald Fisher, professor of
genetics at Cambridge University,
told a session of the American As Association
sociation Association for the Advancement of
Science claims that cigarette
smoking causes lung cancer is not
suDoorted by conclusive evidence.
"It is apparently impossible to
carry out properly controlled ex experiments
periments experiments with human material,"
Sir Ronald said.
The British scientist has been
credited with formu'ating many of
the principles which today govern
experimentation in the natural
sciences.
Regarding-"' anv connection
iween cigarettes and lung cancer,
he said observations "net fulfill.
ing the requirements of decisive
experimentation might be sugges-
wvc, dot conclusive.) and may be
afforded a confidence which is
more than their due."
"Association is not causation,"
he said. He pleaded for continued
research on the problem.; --
He said serious studies should
be directed toward t?athrina frt
about inhaling and cited an Eng-
uu researen project wtueB tuned
up the apparent "parsdexieil fact
inai issuing was Jess eeramea
smoog eaneer paaeatt thin dob
cancer patients.'
Blind Steal
EDINBURGH, Scotland, Dec 28
(UP) Thomas J. Johnstone, 45,
today was convicted of stealing
from his blind landlady so he could
nay her hi rnt. A ewn-t
tenced him to sine m oaths in jaiL

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-Movie stars Natalie Wood and
Robert Waener ', Jr. were to be
married today in nearby Scotts-
aaie in ceremonies attended only
by members of the couple's fami families
lies families and close friends.
The newlyweds. planned to IfvJ
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The 9-year-old bride has just
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honor was to be actress Barbara
Gould while Wagner't father was
selected as best man.

Dulles, Stassen Split Over

New Arms Talks With Russia

i WASHINGTON. Dec. 27 (UP)
Secretary of State John ioster
Dulles and Harold is. Ssiassen,
President Eisenhower's disarma
ment adviser, were reported today
to be split over tha. question of
new arms limitation negotiations
with Russia.
Informed sources said Stassen is
trying to persuade the administra
tion to make fresh proposals. .Dul .Dulles
les .Dulles is reported to be skeptical
about the chances of reaching any
agreement for new talks.
These sources predicted that
President Eisenhower and his Na National
tional National Security Council will review
the two positions next month and
dee'de on a future course.
Meetings Fail
Four western nations the Unit United
ed United States, Britain, France, and
Canada tried unsuccessfully in
London last summer to negotiate
an agreement with Russia for end
ing the arms race. The Russians
repeatedly rejected the West's dis disarmament
armament disarmament proposals.
At their recent conference in
Paris, the IS nations of the North
Atlantic Treaty alliance called far
NEW YORK (NEA) When
United Artists decide to branch
out and form a record company,
they tapped Al Tamarin, a long longtime
time longtime theatrical and movie advertis advertising
ing advertising and poblicity man, to run thi
Tamarin'S 'musical experience is
varied ranging front being an ama
teur, jazz pianist to being respon responsible
sible responsible for picking out theme music
from movies snd making hit songs
out of them things like "High
Noon" and "Moulin Rouge," a a-mong
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(But if is as -a movie man mat
he's best known along Broadway.
And he's thinking about recerds
as a movie", man would.
"For one thing," 'says the fast fast-talking
talking fast-talking Tamarin, "in movies there
is one guy who pulls everything
togetner tne story, me srusis,
the sets and makes a nappy
marriage out of all the ingredients.
That's the director, ana ne gets a
bis. fat credit.
"On records, there's also one
guy who pulls things togetner tne
song, the singer, the arrangement,
the sound. That s the A and R man.
But does he get a credit on the
label? No but he will on United
Artists."
If you look on the labels of the
first two releases Wes Bryan
singing "Lonesome Love" and
"Tiny Spaceman" and Joe Vallno
with "Legend Of the Lost" ana
"Declaration of Love" you'll see
that umaue credit line. It reads:
"Produced by Jsck Lewis,", Other
companies could well follow this
policy.
Another movie type approach
to records front Tamarin is his
belief that LP .-albums should be
more "than just catch-alls for ev
erything." He's planning to intro
duce creative albums, wntter and
performed for the album exclu exclusively.
sively. exclusively.
Finally, Tamarin has a typical
movie mans' Jarre money outlook
about records. He thinks tales of
records have only scratcbedt he
surface.-'- r
"Look," he ssys', "in records, they
think it's a bic success if H sells
a million, right In the movies.
u we get only a million admissions
at the box office, we're dead. It's
the same teen-ace audience we're
haifllv after, so whv the dif
rs-c? 1 r'on't know Jhe answer.!
bit I aim te find out.

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a new effort to break the East
West deadlock, either througn ; a
25-nation United Nations disarma
ment conference or through a for foreign
eign foreign ministers' meeting. ;
The Russians rejected noth pro proposals.
posals. proposals. They proposed instead tht
the issue be aired at a special U.N.
Assemh'y meeting or a top-level
heads of government conference.
' U.S. Wary. j;
U.S: officials rejected this. They
were said to. feel that a confer conference
ence conference of many nations could not ef effectively
fectively effectively negotiate on the issue and
would become a mere sounding
board for Communist propaganda.;
Stassen, who participated in the
abortive London talks, was said to
agree with western leaders who
feel that the stakes are so high
that this country must never aban
don its efforts, to negotiate.
Stassen' future ; may hinge oh
the final administration decision.
If his approach is rejected, some
officials believe, he may resign.
He has sounded out Pennsylvania
Republicans on Whether he wouk'
be an acceptable candidate for gov
ernor. Their reaction so far has
been coolish.

Movie's Tamarin
(- . ',1 1 l 1 :
Spins Out Discs

Al Tamarin Winterhalter I

Besides recording Wes Bryan
Al Tamarin and United Artist
have also sinned the youngster to ji
full-scale contract. They seem to
think he's the stuff of which start
are made. His first release is done
up in a splashy jacket, with his
picture in full color.
The fact that, at certain angles,
mg up and making records. The
he hears a starling -- resemblance
to the late James Dean is not play played
ed played down, either.
The big movie names keen loin
ing up and making records. The
latest is something of a surprise-
waiter, mrennan, tne star of so
many movies and "The Real
Coys,r TV series. Dot's recording
tuiu uuuik me program s tneme
song, on wnict ne'li. be joined by
two others in the show. Richard
Crenna and the very attractive
ivainy,T40ian. :
RCAY lingo Winterhalter has a
blueprint lor what he .calls 'my
declining years." He'd like to com
pose.. ; :. -.,-;.'Vi;,'-, -'-,.;.-
: Td love it, he says: "Just write
some mood music maybe once of
twice a year conduct a concert
somewnere. tiee, what a life." .
It figures .to be a while in cet cet-ting
ting cet-ting here. ;V'..if- -"T v
: ' s r
'DICK'S PICKS: Kapp has a new
singer with promise in Hark Stons
Listen to his first record. MEv
Since I Met Locy." Others: "Dane
ing With My Shadow" Tbe Four
Voices, Columbia); "Love Like a
Fool". (The Fontane Sisters. Dot);
"Sayonara (Miyoshi UmekL Mer
cury); "Yea Yea Bahjr" (Original
CadUlacs, Josie); "One Way Street
iij,- Mitcneii, uoiumma)? "Tne
"amitj Ro.e' (Th Troubador.
Kapp); "It's Time to Walts Again"

rr.KCiAio - i street ie. n i '.aobncim

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111 NOVEDADES, ATHIS Bdf
N-'-. ','i,i;i 'V;j,iV
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cycle, Maytag washer, electric
sewing machine. Call 85-4235.
FOR-SALE: Custom-built. Hi Hi-Fi
Fi Hi-Fi radio-phone. Tel. Be I b
3663.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS FERROUS SCRAP
METALS FOR SALE
Sealed bids, for epenina la) pub
blic, will be received until 10; 10;-J0
J0 10;-J0 a.m., January 10, 1958, in
the effice ef Superintendent,
Storehouse Branch, Balboa, for
approximately 3,200 net tens of
Ferrous Scrap Metals located
Section "I", Balboa Sterekoua.
telephone 2-3110. Invitation New
S-57-378 may be obtained from
the above source, or from office
of Superintendent, Storehouse
Branch telephone 2-1086.
Art Of Breaking
Eggs Regarded Safe
From Automation
LONDON, Dec. 28 (UP) Auto Automation
mation Automation never will replace the art
of breaking eggs in Britain until
machines develop a sense of smell,
the Manchester Guardian reported
today. ; ;
"Egg breaking machines have
been consructed but none can tell
whether an egg is musty," the
newspaper said in a survey of the
industry.
It said that Britain had 20 fac factories
tories factories devoted to breaking eggs
and that about 10,000,000 eggs
were broken commercially each
week. The output goes to confec confectionary
tionary confectionary bakers, who, find that the
factories Can break eggs cheaper
than they can.
"The position of the trained egg
DreaKer in industry is more to be
envied than pitied," the newsnan-
er said.
It said egg breakers earned be
tween S15.40 and $16.80 i week and
that they were chosen for. their
sense of smell.
"But -as this is a xense nhirh
dulls quickly she relies for muc
oi ner ueiecnye worx on ner know knowledge
ledge knowledge of the appearance of the
various forms of bad eggs," it
Bjiia,., ; ,.
"She Dlaces the' e.ee on a slain
less steel tray, breaks it open with
one strike of a sharp instrument,
smells it and reaches for the next
egg. The breaking of 6,240 eggs a
day is considered, to be a fairlv
good average," the newspaper re
porter
Rescue Workers
If Bodies
From Amonale Mine
AMONATE, Vs., Dec, 28 (UP)
Rescue workers todav found
and brought to the surface the bo
dies of 11 coal miners killed by
nasn ourns and concussion from
a gas explosion in Amonate Mine
No. 31 of the Pocohontas Fuel Co.
The blast occurred about 6:30 p.
m. yesterday, 500 feet u n d e r-
ground and about two miles from
the main entrance of the mine.;f:
About 175 miners, far from the
explosion scene, fie to 'safety in
a mine elevator. Fourteen others
were trapped for six hours, but
were rescued unnarmed. They had
protected .themselves from noison-
ous fumes by stretching canvas
over openings in the shaft.
Aff all-night rescue oneratinn
ended with discovery and remov
al of the bodies of the 11 victims
shortly after dawn.
; The bodies were brought to the
surface more than 13 hours after
the explosion occurred. About 75
persons, some of them members
of the families of the victims, stood
soiemniy in tne grsy fnornin" ?ht
at a drift mouth near War, W.Va..
as the bodies were broreht -uo on
jnnuie crs, wrapped in canvas.
- Over the drift mouth was a
sign: "have you worked carefully
today?-'
s i '? .-i.1 . .:
f The bodies were unloaded onto
makeshift tables .in a machine
shop near the entrance 'olace-,
on tough-hewn boards resting on
oil drums and covered with can canvas.
vas. canvas. Final identification was made
in the machine shop.,
(Don Anthony, AMP); "Charades
(The Soohorrores, Epic).
Recent -jaix issues worth noting
include Verve's fabulous 14 releas releas-from
from releas-from the Newport Jazz Festivp'
The best of Newport is preserved
Here, with LPs, featuring Count
Basie, Ella FHxrerald, Dirty Gil Gillespie.
lespie. Gillespie. Oscar Petersen, Turk Mur Mur-"Xy.
"Xy. Mur-"Xy. Red Allen, Kid Orry and ma
mn? mora. .v. ... -
- Good new symnhrmie releases
Kletzki ad the Philharmenia Or
chestrt play Mahler's Symohonv
rvo. 4 on Angel; Leon Baron and
an orchestra drawn from the alum
ai of the National Orchestral As
sociation play Mozart'a Haffner
Symphony on Columbia; Van Bei-
num and the Coneerterbonw Or-
ch.cfr, r,r"lknei's Sympho-
ny No. 9 on Epic,

T .1. i ,y

Miscellaneous
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(DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX IJII CRISTOBAr r r
SPECIAL! SALE -,
500 color bafess colomblne de de-ain,
ain, de-ain, 400 for decoratini dinina
and livinj rooms. Arts of the
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Domestic Employment
WANTEDH-Maid for : cooking
and laundry. 1 864, -Trroli Ave Avenue,
nue, Avenue, Apt. 12; :
AUOUIVD
'BV
By TOM
The time for, new year resolu
tions is just a matter of Hours a
way. But before making Uiem, it
would seem justified and practic
al that we look in retrospect on tins
year which is fast closing, and
which brought joy and liappinesu
to some and sadness to not a tew.
There is no question but that
a food, deal of the pro'hems ai
lecting us today, has been self self-created.
created. self-created. However, be that as it
may, now seems to be the ideal
time o rededicate ourseives to em
ulatina the examples of the Ma
ter, confident that by so doing our
homes, community and the world
on a whole wi l certaimy be a bet
ter place to live in.
And so. gentle readers may 1958
be the year of the realization of
your dreams.
Quite a tiff was raised last week
about the faction' of a doctor at the
Santo Tomas Hospital," which it is
said was not in' keeping with the
mppocratic oath. As a result, a
communique was issued by .the
Ministry of 'Health and Social
Welfare. Requesting that persons
wno experience any suchiduficul
ty report the matter to the head of
the hospital whether it be in the
capital or the interior of the Re
public.
In the meantime, a full dress
investigation 'has been ordered to
' ascertain the veracitv nf t. h
charges: This time we hope that
i : . i
suiiieiuuig aeiinue in ine interest
of the community will result.
Despite the posting of notices
at the ticket windows of the Trans Trans-Isthmian
Isthmian Trans-Isthmian Bus Line, stating, that
transportation was to be suspend suspended
ed suspended at 10 p.m. Christmas eve and
new year's eve, a goodly number
of individuals have been com
plaining about this'earlv deadline
Maybe a bus or two until midnight
would neip some wnat. Seeing that
u : : r ii i
vue uiissiuu ui mis line is service.
Believe It or net, but Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Griffith were ten'
dered reception in celebration
of their '50th wedding anniver-
sary. f
The golden jubilee affair was
sponsored by the children of the
verterable couple and was attend
eel by several friends. To them
go our modest compliments
this week. i
The brothers ; Raymond got to
getner on Amas dav to fete thoir
mom, Thelma Raymond,, on the
occasion of her natal anniversary.
According to one Of thp well-knnufiv
brothers the affair is a form of an annual
nual annual iamily reunion. A fine ges gesture
ture gesture indeed. . k
The Manchester S ft i I e 1 nA
Sporting Club iiave completed ar

Bullet-Proof GirdlerV 'Flak Panb'
Stock In Trade Of Famous Britisher.

LONDON, DEC..28 (UP)-Meek.
mi d-mannered Leonard Barrett
ftas made his fame and 'modest
fortune oif men who walk in dan
ger. Armored vests are nis stock
m trade. ' n
But he also has made a buttet buttet-prool
prool buttet-prool girdle for Mme. Chiang Kai-
bi'fk, inousanas ot anti snr.rpnei
'Flak pants"; for the U. S.-. Air
Force, and steel trousers for' an
intrepid big game i hunter who
on" foot.1 V"i,,'i :'--... '-t;v
"I haven't "yet bein approached
on making space suits,' said the
gaunt-faced, eagle-eyed Londoner,
who has been making -armOr for
the Wilkinson 5word..Company" for
the past 40 years. 5 v ;
v"But not een Sputniks affect
this business.. 'i
';' c'-:
'-"You see, even !iVa'ceume.
plenty o people need impersonal
protection. And I keen a nrrtt v
good business providing it.? V
.Barrett, tn a conservative black
checked suit and tie to match his
British reserve. looked like th
typical Enr ish of "ice clerk who
aDnors- vioienea Yet violence is
his business. 4. N .
He was more adept at talking
about armor even than about the
English Wealher.rThe mention nf
bullet proof vests made his seri serious
ous serious eyes shine.
"Did you know that there were
more -armored waistcoats' vests
worn in th last war than ever be-
ore in history?" he asked as he

sipped a cup o." tea. . :

SERVICES

,,J-ininuto car wash $1.. steam,'
clkanina of motor $5. waxine of
, cars .$6. Auto-8a Ao, Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears.
v Th best dinners end i ewusi V
are served in our modern air.
conditioned cafeteria drill and
bar ; Hotel Internacional 'Pla
a 5 de Mayo." ; J
For the best TV Service call
Dick, phonal 1479. Colon until
7.00 p.m. .Work guaranteed 90
days.
TOWN
TOM

rangements for their annual Old -Year's
hop, which this year is
slated for the Jardin Savoy in Rio
Abajo. ,v
A unique affair it is going to be, f
or so we have been told,;
Coming in to spend' the holidays
with relatives was Miss Gloria
Bramweil. Also fntnd Frank Beck
es, who popped in from New York
last week... welcome back and
enjoy your stay.
Many friends accompanied Mrs.
Sarah Knott to the Tocumen Inter Inter-national
national Inter-national Airport last week w bid
farewell to the popular matron
who enplaned for the good old
U.S.A. Bon Voyage.
w. Rev- an? Mrs- Whence
Hayes, were welcomed by parish-
wners and friends last week on
Jh! .rittu5n.t0 U,e fcthli from
the' United States.-
y 300 kids had themselves ;o.
L?nitJn2 ,hroBh'the
,.h ?Y Crooners and
other civic-minded residents of
the community. v ..: .
- Looking rpal hi i

fnr re-d Cal endar, who is jn town
St-tieiAl"? ta after aH "bsence "bsence-Stateside
Stateside "bsence-Stateside for the past several

Ramsey and his n other Mrs. Flor-
ence Brown. 1 ,

In line also for birthday- greet-y
tap .it collegue Dave Constabfe,
otherwise known as the "Voice.''

n.. 1,0 'aea y what time
Uave Diana tn an n. j
but whenever he ts rrtadTw. Tare.'.
Grin and B r It- Ql,ll'.tt..j
cently about the reason for his not
appearing on conrprr. . ,u
,-,,.ihe.uJ5d t0- fnend our (
M us uiai .ne was oblig- 'i'
ed to relinquish hi ernt- i i.

concerts. 01 b1' V
Believe it

that while singing an .rU he not-
w uial muiviauai made as if 4
to Commit SUicirtn hoo.,.- ... j
he the listener ho H L :1
h. va T.7 B"" """en
a u tiuoe iu nis temple. '
' Several davs later rln:-
... .VM&VfclllK Oil
the actions nf th mm tt.a u.
realized that the .fellow, ar.fn.ii.
was aiming at him, and that, said
be, was more than hie i... t f
3
Thought for Todav: Ua whA
most slow in making a promise is
uiuai laumui in. tne perform
' r Rousso u.
' Why, I made 15,000 of them for 1
the American Eighth Air Force at f
the special request of Brig. Gen. .!-
SJako,fm S Grove durta8 World -War
IL The; Amerlcaa B17-boys I
thought that -nothing could h it
them.. But they did not figure on
shrapnel." :?'
Barrett said that hi.

flak suits were completely shrap- S H
flaSI ann nasi aeV rtiL B . I

-..u uui ci piuui. me vj-o- An
Force surgeon t general's .office
backed this up-
f -" ;' i I
' In fact.-'thev nrovprt a r..
ful that the RAF tried "to order
special shipments of the "Ameri-
can-made", vests.
Barrett said that tie bf.'ered to
test the armored suit himsel' on
B17 runs over German? hut ..
,i VT i vaaatj
the U.S.. Air Force turned thumbs V
mwu uei-au?e oi nis top-priority j
work. N" .- t
: TWA HEAD RESIGNS :
NEW YORK (UPir.rt.,'r
Burgesr has resigned as president t
and. director of Trans World Air-;
lines affective Jan.. 1. ever a die-.
agreement on air line policies with
Howard Hushes, owner and wesi wesi-ent
ent wesi-ent of TWA's parent company,
Hughes Tool Co., it was announced
Thursday.- . V "v- ;
ItALUOA TIDES ,''

' MONDAY, DEC. 3
Hlth ;:. ... r Low
:S3 '.m. r 4:M a.m.
10:24 pjiu 4:17 pjn.

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cirwnAV. nrnriirarn 9fl

cJ-awuer Jiiicli
a
LQDnDDUDD'
Udanauna-
WASHINGON (tfEA) A wom
J$rtidl (horned
an lawyer can't argue that she's
as sood as a man in winning le
;al battles. She s got to prove it
ass
oude
irst.
Washington attorney Marguerite
Rawalt believes that's the only
way to get a prospective male cU
ent who doubts a woman can win
his case.

Deviled Rocji Loiister ;HifigWf-.
Welcomes 1958 In Style lt5iK Li

B- CiAccaao

I jyTSW Wit'
l i -""" ., ;

- -v "l-l -

EL Wc

irnmiiW fini ii i ii i i i a .f .. .Jtsi.

NO NEW YEAR S cf lebiution is complete without wmethinr
especially food to eat. Thia year try deviled lobster on ahelli.
J : By'GAYNOR MEDDOX
-NEA Food and Mtrkots Editor

At home Sw-New Year's Eve
always, wei'aslc "friends m for a
casual evening' to greet the year
.k.. wnthi-hu frantic, lust warm-

ly pleasant, with a few very good
thines to eat. And for years now

everyone has liked our way or

I2u ui- nWi oiwavs droos iff siuceoan. blend in flour

t-4nn hour or so be- cream and milk and 'cook

into large" kettle .boiling salted

water; When water reboils, begin

counting time: boil for S min

utes. Dram off hot- water, drench
with cold;; cut -through undershell
with kitchen scissors. Remove

meat andv reserve shells. Flake

meat with fork. Melt butter m

add

until

wa55

By JEAN BAILEY-' of

Every year a tall brown-eyed blonde leaves her

glass -house In Chicago to "visit. the thatched huts on ;
the San Bias Islands. She is C'r. Louise Agnew, and

'' her interest in the San Bias is mostly concerned with

art work of the Indians."
1 v A 'sculptor and artist herself, Dr. Agnew is as assembling
sembling assembling an exhibition of S Bias Cuna artifacts for
the American Museum of Natural History in New
York, Department of of Art and Anthropology.
Dr.-Agnew -first became interested in the San
BlaS, when she visited her brother Dr. R. W. Satter Satter-waite,'
waite,' Satter-waite,' seven years, ago, when he was the urologist
at Corgas Hospital. She has been making an annual
trip to thisr part of the world ever since.

l. rirn Tnti t unirflnan mhid nnmn ; iimiiiimi niiii

Anr.H ni cave iit'iiia' wiui a..ixv.n.v va wmmvw rvrrv

lit'tu u;hi!fi seems to celerw in butter". Then add to

-f.Ji'.u. winioht nff rieht: stream sauce, together with rmus

South African Doviltd Rock
obster -
:', i: :r-: -.try'
Eight (6-ounce) South African
ock lobster tails, V pound but butter,
ter, butter, 6 tablespoons flour, c up
cream, 'A cup mUk 3 table tablespoons
spoons tablespoons finely chopped onion, 3
tablespoon Mnely chopped celery,
2 teaspoons dry mustard, 2 table tablespoons
spoons tablespoons tomato catsup, 1 table tablespoon
spoon tablespoon Worcestershire sauce, 1 ta ta-v
v ta-v oi-nmatip hitters. 1 tea-

epoon saltl..tablespo9n paprika,
1 tablespoon chopped, parsley)

tablespoon lemon juice, vs cup

toasted read crumbs.

Drop frozen rock lobster tails filled.

sauce, bitters, salt, papma ana
parsley. Add" rock lobster meat.
Heat together 'thoroughly. Fill
shells with ;rock lobster -mixture,
sDrinkla tops 1 with bread crumbs.

Dot with butter and put under

broiler for a few minutes until

bread crumbs are a golden

brown.

Note: For the convenience of

the hostess, the rock lobster mix
ture can be prepared in the morri

ine and kept refrigerated unitl

time for serving. The mixture
shou'd then be reheated on top

of the Stove bewre the shells are

BY MRS.'; MURIEL LAWRENCE

. t trjl? : GAnVinmnvil writes:.

"My parents are onderM people
who are making great -sacrifices
to keep me in college. Last year
t .VintuoH mv ffratitutde by writ-

happened to me, i-.r
.''This year I-don't want to do
this and am terribly upset by my
disloyalty to them. How. y can I
love Worn and Dad and still get
so mad when they want to hear
about everything I do?"
Young lady, we. all love and re resent
sent resent our families at .the same
time. I do. Your parents do.

Tf ttarpntj! ,and children', iave

each other perfect love, the chil-

rren- would never grow -up.

them what to thinic about ,the
boys- you date, knowing that
Mom and Dad are. always agoing
to steer you to the right answers
and protect you afcsinst mistakes.
However. as" you, hegin to gow

up. it istops working .this-. way ii;Onek

day, i your suddenly, ;disqOveRRthat!i

an answer- was wrong, ana mat

the boy they said was unreliable
turns out to be ja responsible one.

-..I' think:. -'something 'oke this
had happened to you. I think you
have discovered that "wonderful"

Mom and Dad have -been wrong

a couple of times, and you are
"terribly upset" by the new o-

bligation to start thinking for
yourself.

V you want to handle, it well,

Thev'd be SO Satisfied Uiey o nev- top uiinsing ui us parents as so

cr want ,io leave iiuine aim seen

husbands and wives for them

selves. Babies would stop arriving

Off uus pianei.

IvonderfuL

We are not. we just do the best

pve can. By insisting On our "won

derful" goodness, you make it

'harder to respect your own. You

SO in a person of your age,nake growing up unnecessarily

iinma i bar ba nr "n b nva tv hi t. iii tr ii -

nnrpntsiU not onlv natural i buti This extreme admiration is not

Her husband W. G. Agnew, who

is in advertising in Chicago, ac
pnmnanies her on these forays

They stay at the mission home of

ut. ana jyirs. -aicipihocs, isicsibo
on the Ailigandi island, while Dr Dr-Agnew
Agnew Dr-Agnew does her reserach.
She finds the molas the most hi

toroctintr riiisn manifestation, on

the island, and has written and il il-i.icfrotoi
i.icfrotoi il-i.icfrotoi hnnk entitled "Design

Anslvsis of Cuna Molas." This

work is at present in the hands
of a publisher.
The fishing spears of the Indians
interest to this artist.

the zig zag designs make by fil

ing, she finds exiremeiy uetm uetm-ative
ative uetm-ative and symbolic.
The little wooden dolls used by
the medicine men in "curing" cer
monies, are greatly sought after,

and Dr. Agnew is at present
.i.whimr fnr a sailor doll. ln6

San TBlas Indians believe that sart sartors
ors sartors bring good luck because they
travel. so much. "These dolls or
uiictio. h.uo nne entnmon Cna-

HJWLJ'1111. jm v.
racteristic," explained Dr. Agnew,
"Thev all have lone noses because

the San (Bias people regard long
nneaa fit a YY1 ark of beauty. The

sculpture is

girl's hair is cut for the very first
time.
-At home in Chicago, Dr. Agnew
and her husband live with their
three daughters in the first glass
apartment thouse built in Chicago
City. She lectures on creative pho photography
tography photography and discusses work in
the San Bias and other parts of
the world.
A member of the National
League of American Pen Women,
her work won awards jn the Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee regional Show recently. A
book of block prints and dry point
etchings and a large panel made
of a design inspired by 'Cuna art
carried off prizes. She also receiv received
ed received awards for work selected for
the national show at the Smithso Smithsonian
nian Smithsonian Institute.
This busy artist is making a fly flying
ing flying trip to Bogota this week and
mill reurn tomorrow for a brief

stay at the Hotel Tivoli before

leaving for cnicago.

Beauty Tips

,U;V"
II l

DR. LOUISE AGNEW, who received her doctorate at the Illi Illinois
nois Illinois Institute of Technology and Design last year, has been
conducting research In the San Bias Islands for' the pasi
seven years.

'If you discuss his case with

him. he might come to the con

clusion that you had knowledge

and ability in spite of your sex."
And Miss Rawalt's record re reveals
veals reveals conclusive evidence that a
woman can become just as suc

cessful as a man In the, nation's
legal profession.

An expert on tax law for the
United States internal Revenue

Service, she holds the important

job of assistant to the head of the
Civil Division, Office of the Chief
Counsel.

MISS RAWALT was president
of the National Association of
Women Lawyers in 1942. A year
later she became president of the
Federal Bar Associatin the only
woman to ever hold this position.
Last year she was one of seven
American lawyers invited to Ger Germany
many Germany to study that c oun try's
court system. Presently she is
working with a group of other
attorneys to establish a special
research center and library on
governmental law.

Mis Rawalt disagrees with the
idea that tax law is a dull sub

ject to work on day after d a yj

"Tax lawyers see tne wnoie piay

of human relations," she says.

'One of the most satisfying

things about my job is that I
have freedom to come to an in independent
dependent independent conclusion that I think
is the right one for the taxpay taxpayer."
er." taxpayer." She explains, "We're not out
to; win a case just for the record

but to be fair with the taxpayer

under the law. All we want is

X i -'is, .-ii-

T 'I
. v.

.... t.

Marcuerite Rawalt

played an active and important

part in the National Federation
of Business and Pro essional
Women's Clubs. While president.

of the organization, she reprer, 5

sented it at international BPW ;
meetings in Venice, Italy and
Berne, Switzerland.

Recently she was nmaed Pro

fessional woman of the Year

the BPW's District of Cplumbia

branch.

by 2,

In private life she is the wife.

of retired Air Foi ce Maj. Harry

Secord. Whenever she can find

rub activities, Miss Rawalt likM

to fish, swim and look at televi television
sion television whodunits. "J

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But even at hon'.e, she c a nT

escape her outstanding legal -rep--',
utation. Miss Rawalt reveals tjjat
she has to fill out the yearly in-
come tax report. "My husband'

leaves that to me like I leave-,
such things as repairs nad purL...
chases to him." She explains that'
the major is completely in chargj
when it comes to buying some..

the tax he owes, no more or no thing like a new car. ;

tie wasn t in tne Air i orc.

IN ADDITION

legal work, Miss

iess.

m..Hi(,4fit mav seem to be

ii.. ...nnt E. n.n..n.nt with some women ana

. . j -ii M-inrtm a, ti finr.aKinii.il wiui uuim u.

and tney are mae m au wuu u .u4 -- jjf nj
aim ww ,j ii. offiimnlation of dirt ana

woods irom Daisa'w "y 1'"", m i.h under

She went on to. tell tnat, xnougn i uu --- -- black.

is new

'V"fi;,,rPS are Tmalf fie skin. Once you spot .a

arle dur- head get rid of rtwnue it

UkV r eiiicu tl

and easy to dislodge.

t

witch

desirable

Why are you so afraid of it?
Oh, I know it's very cozy to
feel absolute loyalty to one's par parents.
ents. parents. One1 can ask them what to
do about everything. You can ask

T

ing a pestilence.

nr Affnew finds that the San Be gentle when working tJ rid

- o . j : . -t KTnnl h.l f) r1 a a

mi ftii-A ha rnaneea quiuik Your iace uj. uiuun..

seven years' of visiting.
"When I first came," she said.
"Primitive bowls and clay pots of

delightful design could be found
over every fire as costing uten utensils.
sils. utensils. Now there are aluminum pots
all over the islands." She shook
her head sadly at these signs of

progress.
Dr. Aenew. who is a Fellow of

the Royal Photographic Society of
Great Britain, takes her own col color
or color shots to illustrate her lectures,
and papers. She also uses color

plates to show the. Indians what

she is seeking.
She is one of the very few North

Americans who have witnessed a
chichas feast, which :takes place
when one of the young girls come

of age. At this ceremony, the

steamy washcloth applied to the

blackhead area will open tne
with a soft towel over

your fingers, press, but don't

cmiB7 rne macKiieau uui : iuu

inuvwH.

apply rubbing alcohol ; or
hazel to the spot.

Irritating skin blemishes may

mean permanent scars if you

pick at them. Treat an lnfectea
area tenderly, never squeezing

with fincersor fingernails. Use

clean materials ana anusepuc

solutions during any home treat

ment to prevent further infection.

evidence of love for us, my dear,
but -distrust of your own : powers

to iudee well between wisdom hither them

nH fnnlishnpss. ait vonrself horn if thev

- If your 'patents are as kind as fame through the same thing good night s -seep and

ou say,' your' "disloyalty won't tiemselves.

Teen agerS with acne need
: imr.. ill

more man a reassuring, i uu u
prow out of it" comment from

mother.. Wash the face with mild

una aleast twice daily, and eat

You wouldn't have properly. Lots of milk and wa-

nadn'tltec, fruit 8na vcgeiaDiespius a

exercise

will help in' many cases. Avoid

WotL Warn Jtt Cc

omerdi

protective

"2)on Sdnq Iflfjud s4t Jke oqetd die

to her extensive for years not to know, something"
Rawalt haslabout machinery," she says, 'U)

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P' Bt ALICIA HART
WASHINGTON (NEA) Critics
of the next United States attorney
general had better think twice be before
fore before they resort to mud slinging,
Otherwise, they are liable to face
the wrath of an extremely devot devoted
ed devoted wife and mother.
To Mrs. William P. Rogers, wife
of the recently appointed attorney
general, the happiness of her hus
band and four children Is the mosl
important thing in the world. -And
she doesn't hesitate to explain thai
any threat to their security makes
her angry.
"I have an Irish disposition,
and I don't like having, them

hurt."

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FALO SECO CHILDREN hold the tffts brought by Margaret "GrlnguitA', Kreger at a Christmas party lve recently, at the,
, Leprosarium. The dolls: were dressed especially for. the childrea by the donor., ; ; - -

(But td her friends, the blue-eyed

Mrs. Rogers is a gracious, court

eous housewife witn a Keen sense

of humor and an alert interest in
everyone whom she. meets. i
Because of the deep pride and

love for her family, Mrs. Rogers
doesn't, believe her husband's
promotion can add any more
glamor to her life. In fact, she
doesn't expect any changes in
her busy routine of running a home
and looking after a husband, three
sons, .three dogs, a hamster, turt turtle,
le, turtle, parakeet and a bowl of tropic tropical
al tropical fish. Her daughter is now at attending
tending attending Cornel University.
Although Mrs. Rogers has a

maid who helps with the house

rlenninff twice a week, she does

the family cooking herself "For

tunately, I enjoy it, she says.

"Also, I like to eat. u you une

to eat, you .like to cook.

Her favorite way to entertain

friends is to throw small dinner

oarties. Her specialities at tnese

affairs-are fancy desserts whichl

she never hesitates to eat. in fact,

Mr. Roeers admits that wnen sne

goes out to dinner the first thing

She .checKs- on a menu 75 me ucs'

rt list.

In sDite of her complete disre

gard for calorie charts, the youth

ful mother never worries about
losing her slim figure. She says

that she gets a lot of exercise eve eve-rv
rv eve-rv dav takine care of the house

and working in the garden. -

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Outdoormen 1L Attorney General and Mm William P. Roger j
examln pet Itamater with son Dou-laar 11 yoan old. J
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is bird watching. She and her chil- her bachelor f,aris. deiree front

dren get a kick out of this pas-i Cornell, she entered law- school,
time. They enjoy doing it right in Although she received i -Aer' law de de-their
their de-their own back yard or on week- gree, when she met her future hus hus-end
end hus-end camping trips. I anu sire lwrgot about all her plans

lor a professional, career,

Gilpped Yaity

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By ALICIA HART
NEA Btaury Editor

J1N 41

FARING nail polish once it's' 1

lost its gloss or is chipped is de defeating
feating defeating the purpose of the polish''
itself. You use polish because
you want to make your hands,'?
look prettier and thus call atten-,

tion to them. '"
But once you let worn polish'

stay on your nails, you're asking

ior criucai attention, rar bet better
ter better no polish at all than oolisH

which is not sparkline c 1 e a r.r-.

with a rich, fresh gloss. H,
If you put off aDDlvine new

polish because the drying process;
takes too long, there's way "to
speed it up. One evening, while
you're reading, aplly the base
coat and one coat of polish. BotM

wiu ary rapidly and will get you v
through the next day.
Then, the next evening, apply

a second coat of polish and the ;
sealing coat. This, too, Will dry"
rapidly in about half an hour
Always use an oily polish r$v
mover to take off the old noliW

if you want to keep your nail
in good condition. v

Her favorite indoor hobby is
reading. Presently she is concen concentrating
trating concentrating on classics.

Mrs. Rogers was born in Had

don Heights, N.J. After, receiving

"As soon as I was graduated.'

she explains, "I spent my time
getting ready "lor the wedding.
Then I. got married, an4 that's
it." v-:-C'!vfe-'

Aisn she is an ardent outdoor

sports enthusiast like the rest of

her family. Horseback riding .-.la
her favorite.

Another of her outaoor interests

fatty and

sweets.

heavy foods ;. a 0 d

Younc eirls with acne should

go easy on make-up. this doesn't

mean you can 1 use upsucz or

little eye make-up, but you nay
want to substitute drying, an an-tiseDtie
tiseDtie an-tiseDtie lotion for regular founda

tion base and powder. Always-

apply make-up with a clean puff

or wads of cotton. ...

omemaiuna

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.Many homes shun fat on meat

as though it were poison. But
nutritionists say lat should be

somewhere between 20 and 33

per cent of the total daily calorie
consumption. A reasonable a a-mount
mount a-mount of fat in the diet is good
for health, and also makes eating
more satisfying.

Meat in this country travels

far once it is .off the hoof, as

much as 1.000 miles to your

Besides being decorative, air airtight
tight airtight metal cannisters protect
your- foods' irom insects. Jars al also
so also may be used to store such i i-tems
tems i-tems as flour and creal which at attract
tract attract insects. 1 -"

IT ISN'T enoiieli in h iWh

feetif you don't make the most
Of them. They need both conistttit
nd care'ul fitting ofysha
1 they're to look their best ra-well-groomed
seem to think ,rAo-
Stn ... .'w: ... .. T.i

ul n nig a qui m XIOOBV
nylons and ill-fitted, unk eta-fit
shoes.
Your feet need a ihorotffh
grooming job once a week, in th

same way that you give yourself
a manicure. But, wheli you trim
your toenails, be sure to cut them
straight across in order to av)id
hangnails. .,

At night, or whenever vnu" r

tired and can SDare iht tim.

soak' your feet in, warm. xn

water: Finish with dh f

cold water and a brisk rub' with
a terry towel. .Then use a scent scented
ed scented dusting powder,

Always ask for DroDnriinnri

j. rvions wnen yor buy hosiery
i nd you'll avoid the t wis tad

A thoughtful host will provide f ockmg bit. Buy the very .best
lots of paper napkins and tooth-father shoes your ; purse will
picks at a party Also, he'll avoid "d and once yon hw' tSri,
gooey foods and serve plain. I 'lternate their wear' and frees

practical ones. A guest withilem in tip top condition, foea

greasy fingers, and nothing ex- waicn tne compliments roll

kiUhen table. Two-thirds of alllcept the draperies in sight, is un-'botit your pretty feet! 1
meat comes from west of the comfortable. I
Mississippi River with two-thirdsj .v -' I A HAIRBRUSH, a sound 4et
of all meat being consumed east A room filled with stale air is high in protein and a hair-dross-

of the Mississippi. annoying' and tiring. Particular y er who knows how to' shape tnd

. irritating is stale tobacco odor, m your nair arc to pest frtegds
Many housewivek like "to cook One way to avoid this is to keep Ju have when you're searching

with honey. They know cakes jash traja emptied and clean.-Af"" hair beauty. For lovely Juir
and cookies made with honey room will look neater, too. ceoendf on regular, faithful care.

remain moist. In using honev. There s no spot in tow life., ia

Poor circulation contributes Its reduce the 'iquia in the recipe! Plan party snacks that are ap-which you can neglect it and ex-

share to skin conditions. A slug-jby one-fourth cup for each cup petizing and also easy to handle. ?ct to bav luxinant, glossy

gish skin allows oil to clog under lof honey substituted for a cup of Cheese, olives, sardines, bits of 'r that curls easily. Remember,

the skin and fcrm-- whiteheads. 'sJgar. Also use one fourth to ham and tongue are always good hir beauty starts from the inside
Usually good scrubbing in the icne-half teaspoon soda for each to aerve. And have fresh, firm es well as from the outside and

trouble area will banish the cup of honey. This is in addi- crackers to avoid crumbling I what you eat is as important as
whitehead in a short timev .. kioa to the taking powder. .jsnacks. the ahampoe yo vie.

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Plane ; Tan!c Helicopter and
Santa
a .uiiil.i.h amnMi i
affc lU i HLn ill. V
by HELEN REILLY
Oktrtturtai bf NU

Arrives in

Gart

$ I JHE STORY: Lr. Carney, who is investigating the
Wlirder of artist Grant Mellv.lle, puts his questions to the
oroup assembled in the room. Sarah is impressed with the
lay Carlotta end Steven and Diana Satterlee and Florric
-Irown have no trouble explaining where they were on the

"day of the murder.

rie laughing and talking gaily with
Grant Melville in the Longchamps
terrace cafe at a little after two.
Shp hart said. "You Ol.eht to do

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dARLOTTA and Di Satterlee ex exchanged
changed exchanged faint smiles and Steven
said amiably, -Don't talk such rot
FKfrrie, my dear," and patted her
thdulder. She raised her head,
dashed tears away and looked at
the liautenant, who was on his ieet.
"Why are you asking all these
questionsp" she demanded. What
is it to you where we were or what
We did that day?'
Carney told them. A question had
arisen as to how Grant Melville
had met his death, whether he
had fallen through the studio win window
dow window of the house on Tenth Street
or whether he had been assisted
through it, and the New York po police
lice police were investigating.
Nobody was stricken by the
announcement, Sarah thought. Sur Sur-tirise
tirise Sur-tirise and conventional shock.

"But how awful..." Di Satterlee s
hands tightened spasmodically on
the chair behind which she was
standing and her face got a little
paler, but that was natual enough,
She had once been the dead man s
wlie.
Carney could grve then no de details;
tails; details; he said he knew nothing more
himself, and went. So did Di Satterlee-
"I must tell Felix... poor
Grant." Then Tom took Florne
home.
For once, for the first time, she
was glad to see him go... Carlotta
moved about gathering cups and
glasses, full of questions, surmi surmises
ses surmises Why did the police think Grant
had been killed? It was difficult
tQ imagine such a thing. Unless
maybe that wife of his might have
been jealous...
Steven was impatient, testy.
"Don't be a fool, Carlotta." He
said to Sarah, "Now do you know
why I didn't want you to say any anything
thing anything about my being in your aprt aprt-ment
ment aprt-ment that dayP"
Sarah looked up at him. Before
, ...tJ rnlntn A-nr

DCa l .h 7 hniHiV Hpp a year at a hundred apiece he
pedthe glass she was .holding. Hernad be consid d Th
face was sharp, colorless. th fashion illustrator nut thi
vt TJh .h nrioH "Oh nn nnt iV. d Jd!10." wusiraior, put ine

i.ui. uuu, tipiiro tnmpuihat hiohor Mo n o

Bob. Hewouldnt. miy,t uaVB an,,an hAi,or.H

something about- it, Bob," and he

said. "Don't worry, I will," and

walkpri nut.

That was at. around four, and

Grant Melville had gone through

the studio window at approxima approximately
tely approximately 4:35.
Neither Carlotta nor Steven be believed
lieved believed that Bob Brown had had nay
thing to do with Mclvil'e's death,

Sttvon said he wit in debt up to

his ears, he had probably been

playing the horses again.

Playing the horses was what

was the matter with Bob Brown.

Steven said.
Presently thev "all went to bed.
There were no alr.rms. The night

was quiet Under cover of it and

of the darkness, the killer made

his move. This move was un

avoidable, inevitable. What the

killer did, had to be done. It was

the beginning of the end.

Mc-and

was

and

IN New York, Inspector
Kee had had an rnteresting
unexpected telephone call, it
from Mrs, Melville.
She huifed and she puffed.

she finally got down to it. She want

ed to know if the police knew whe

ther Grant had any living relative.
She was sure he hadn't, he had
never spokeri of anyone belonging

to him. Grant had left a little mo

ney...
The little money Grant Melville
had left was $43,000.
Where had Grant Melville ac accumulated
cumulated accumulated $43,000 in slightly less
t tan a yearP Aiter he disposed

of the widow the Scotsman called

a couple of painters he knew.

One, who worked as a plumber
lor a living, said morosely that

i if Melville had sold 5 paintings

Steven said crimlv. "I know that 'u", u m

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tint null thoi r u

as well as you ao,

police agree?"
pianna Satterlee had told Bob
Brown when he stopped at her
hotel that aiternoon looking for
his wife, that she had seen Flor-

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WEEKEND!
1:09, 2:47, 4:51, 6:15, 8:59
A searching study of
women's souls, torn be between
tween between lusty desire and
.noble sacrifices!
VVirtjiniaMcKEM

good salesman.

Grant Melville's bank statement

showed that he had deposited

$k,uuo m March, $20,000 in May,

ana sio.oou in July, over and a

Ibove the three hundred a month

! from his wife.

I Oneo f the detectives who had

gone hunting, armed with photo photographs
graphs photographs of Melville, brought home
the bacon, at half past 11 on the
day of his death Melville had

taken a cab to the a p a r t m e n t
hotel in whcih the Channmg Halls

lived when they were in town

The cabman, Harold Wosenski,
knew the artist well. Melville

had a painting with him that day

Melville told him to wait and went
inside. He came out again in 15

or 20 minutes still carrying the
painting.

I MRS. HALL received McKee
l composedly and p easantly. She

"i knew nothing whatever about
I Grant Melville and his call there
! civar a innnth 3 art iqcn't it9

tprFIrVfill 'Bt perhaps John... She rang for
ici III VII thesn0useman.

! Johnnriy readily identified the
I! photograph of Melvil'e. The gen gen-j
j gen-j tleman had come with a painting.
,No, John hadn't seen it, it was in
,ione of those canvas carriers that

I a lot of the artists used. The. house houseman
man houseman was familiar with artists. Mr.

hall bought a great many paintings.
The gentleman had been with Mr.

nan tor nve or 10 minutes, was
carrying the canvas with him when

he left.
McKee said, "And nojv Mrs.
Hall, if I might have a word with
your husband?"

inai aid it. mat has the pay-

on.
(TO BE CONTINUED
NEXT WEEK)

Likewise In
Short Sleeves,
Short Pants,
No Beard
y.S. ARMY PHOTOS

Jolljr old Saint Nick has always
been faced with a big problem in
the Isthmus. Santa has been faith faithfully
fully faithfully trying to use a sleigh and
reindeer with no show.
This year, personnel in U.S. Ar?
my Caribbean and Curundu decid decided
ed decided to give him a few modern hints.
Due to the consistently warm
weather during the Christmas-Season,
massive and beautiful disp'ays
adorn units and quarters through throughout
out throughout the Army reservations.
Santa Claus appeared in air airplanes,
planes, airplanes, tanks, helicopters and col colorful
orful colorful native carts, to name a few.
He was given some com'ortable
clothing for a change. ;He looked
quite practical in. his red tropical
outfit with short pants and sleeves.'
He even clipped his beard for his
Central American visit.
To prove that Christmas' doesn't
necessarily mean show and ever evergreens;
greens; evergreens; unusual displays' prevailed
throughout.
Gaily decorated palms conveyed
the ho'iday message, eggnog par parties
ties parties were held on cool tropical pa patios
tios patios and groups of carolers, clad in
shirt -slee ves, roamed the posts
singing the traditional Christmas
promise of peac
A contest was held at Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton for the best unit Christmas dec decoration,
oration, decoration, the best decorated non non-oration,
oration, non-oration, the best decorated non-co
missioned officers quarters and
the best decorated officers quart quarters.
ers. quarters. Taking first place in the unit
contest was the Training Aids Sec Section
tion Section who made a helicopter and a'
Santa in short pants.
First place winner in the NCO
quarters was M-Sgt. Paul M. Koa-

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CHILDREN ENROLLED in the Amador 'Nursery -School listen, while. Mis. .Addle Colclasure, director oi the school, tells the 'Christmas Storyly'

Forces Network for more than two

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cir with a Manger scene'and first in the studios : of the Caribbean

place winner in the ofiicers quart

ers was Col. Jobie J. uixon witn
a caroling scene complete with
organ.
Santa Claus made several ad advance
vance advance visits to the Isthmus to at attend
tend attend parties or children and units
in USARCARIB held Christmas
parties for their personnel in the
true holiday spirit.
On Christmas Day, all mess
halls served the traditional meal.
Ole Saint Nick held his workshop

the Canal Zone and the Republic

of Panama. ..
The CFN musical programs were
filled with the old Yule hymns and
carols and loudspeaker systems
were set. up on- all the posts where
taped recordings of the traditional
holiday music floated out on the
warm, balmy breezes.. v i'
In this year 1957, personnel In"
U.S. Army Caribbean have had at
warm and Merry Christmas.'

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OLD SANTA Is a confused person; he doesn'fe know which of these two little girls is which.-.
They are Joan and Jane (take your pick), seven-year-old twin daughters of Sfc. and Mrs. Fur Fur-man
man Fur-man D. Cummings of Fort Amador's NCO Circle. Their meeting with Santa (alias Sp3 Rich Richard
ard Richard L. Bomarek) took place at the Amador Service Club. ' fc ,

EIGHT YEAR OLD BROWNIES of Fort Gulick busily put the finishing touches on their
Christmas tree. They are, counter clockwise from left center, Christine Ralph., with hand ex-
tended over head; kathrine Hulka, Linda Horn, Barbara Mallick. Vicky Strickland, Laura t

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I Hall for five or 10 minutes, was 1 -w . -I 1
carrying the canvas with him when .'... ..I ..S..jJ .Xi.. I 1

EIGHT YEAR OLD BROWN IES or on uuiick pusiiy put uie uiraiiuii u. i

McKee said, "And nojv Mrs. Christmas tree. They are, counter ciocKwise irom ieu cenw. uimsena . :ni 1
Hall, if I might have a word with tended over head; Kathrine Hulka, Linda Horn. Barbara Mallick, Vicky Strickland, Laura: f-
your husband?" Carr, Janell Gomez and Diana Orsini, ' j- '. - w ..' $
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Tfli CHAPEL CHdlH oi Fort Amador serenade the uwtm revrtha.i?otf with ClirlstinM Carolir

SANTA CLAVS visited the Fort Amador Service Club befor
Christmas to meet all of the good little boys and girla of th
East. Here, he take Billy Jones on his lap and discusses with
lm what he would like for Christmas. Four-year-old BiUy i
the-son oXCoL and Mra. iV A-Jonea ox Fort Amadot.



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than twice a I vJ U,IU
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Tt 'ST'S iuppos't. one picture to
loortA : 10,000 words. Add 'SO
- wards, given below, and you have
a 10 fit 0-word description of the,
i tMng" above:
' Thla device la a weather liutru liutru-;
; liutru-; ment called a nephoaoope. With
It, looking op la accomplished by
looldng down. Made In various
forms, ita baalo component are
! usually a horizontal mirror and
a set of scales. If yon know the
meaning of the Greek ; word
PnCPflOS, you've probably guess guessed
ed guessed Ita purpose.
Here'a the thing. For what
' apeciflc use ia a nephoscope de designed?
signed? designed?
'XjiaoteA nonAat 'nonoaiip
JIHJ ojiujp o pno3 jo noj
Aafqo ifj joj pstn ( )i umjdv
What Relationship?
tyHA? relaMon to me is the
" mother-in-law of my wife's
j brother'a wlfet
.'; ,M.i-tiietnon imuif

since," amacka you right in tn eye wnen you

' play this game: ,t f
' Have party guesta each' bring a baby picture
the : younger, the s better-of themselves,- without
.'showing it to anyone.
' When an pictures have been turned Jn mount
them on a sheet of cardboard. Number each picture
. Stand this "display card" in a prominent place
and provide pencil and paper for guests to note each
' person's Identity. 1
Am a preview ot how unpredictable baby pictures
can be, see if you can Identify the photos of the
well known persona above.- Two are governmental
figures; two are in the theatrical world. V
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Dragon on the Ceiling

NEW TETAR'S
Eve is a good
time to look : this
dragon (right) in
the eye.
. Mount the fig figure
ure figure on cardboard,
place it under a
strong light and
have a guest con concentrate
centrate concentrate his or
her eyes on the
pupil of the
dragon's eye.
After gazing

for a raiaute or two, tell him or her to lift their
i gaze td the ceiling. Oddly, most persons will see a
gqod image in black of the white figure. The im im-pression
pression im-pression will last for several moments, moving
across the ceiling until it fades from the mind's eye.

What's tbe.Hurry? SLZSZ

TIME! is of the essence b this
poser. Fred has a date tor 9
O'clock. Unfortunately, he has
napped until 8:45. See if you can
arrange' Fred's activities from
this point in proper sequence.
A Grabs his coat and hat.,.t..
B. Tlsrns dut the light..
C. Finishes dressing.
D. Takes a cold shower........
EL Put on his "shirt. ......

F. Hails a cab.

G. umps out of bed.

H. Fails to get the car started...
L Dashes from the apartment....
H-g I'L 'a-a
T-9 X-, a-8 "a-8, O-I iuf

clock
What

times would they actually repre represent
sent represent 7 Answer to, nearest minute.
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Figure It Out!
rIERE'S an, easy way to in induce
duce induce one to reveal his age.
. Ask the chosen subject to help
you with a magic trick. Tel) him
to write down his age. Ask him
to double it, add B, multiply by
60, subtract the number -of ays
in a year, and then add the num number
ber number of coins In his pocket' To
this add 110.
The result givea tri' tts first
two numbers his age. and to the
last two the number of cams.

Helping Yourself Fun With Thoilgbt-Blox

.'"BJECTfcf this

OR1SP REPORTS on telect new V word game is

-r boons of interest to nome i
draftsmen; kebbvisU and eotleo- "tore certain key,

tor. Selected by ClarH ff innatrd.
Mosaics: Hobby and Art, by
Edwin A.-Hendrlcluon' (HiU and
Wang, 108. pages: 3.50). ,Mtt
Hendrickson's book is a eompre eompre-hensive
hensive eompre-hensive guide to preparation of
mountinsrs for the mosaic and

the use of glass, porcelain,: ca- selves. Each dia dia-wunic
wunic dia-wunic and marble tesserae, with gram has one key
-j.l ... t..u -fc.n. arOrd. Tirsti conv

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dolored and In compositions The ?' the letters now In sight in the empty squares

Illustrations include patterns. recuy oew mem. men using a system oi irwi

the Amateur Astronomer, by

words (which, ap

pear across .the
tops of the .dia .diagrams
grams .diagrams at right
and below) from
eluea contained in
the words them-

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Tune-Up for Nov Year's HELP FtND TA THER TIME'S .MESSAGE

cTdTe F TgTa BCD
II 2 2

PIX thla paper
kay-Board
- drawing so as to
have it before you
at the piano. As
yon play the
note shown, sing
the 'words. It's a
New Year's fa

vorite, of course.
ance o For- got
A G F O
Too Uindt
0(2) D(2)

For- got
f a
Synet
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Dear
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ATJLD LANG SYNE
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O(X) 0(2 .'A A F G
; And Days of Auld Lang
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5. For f Auld Lang Syne, My
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A For "";"AUMv;"" Lang Syne
D (2) O (2) A A G (2) D (2)
Wo 0 Take a pup & Kind- ness Yet
D (2) O (2) A A F G F G
For'fAZd' Lang Syne
A-Q F-D(l) D(l)-C(l) F
Warning: Don't Try Too Hard
.QOVVB this substitution cxypt: .
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PCRZ FCO ESMVAFRZIO 3 FCO LVABT
IBXPEJEOX NEMBEZW.

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Ftric.k Moore (W, W. Norton,
38 pages: $4.60). Mr. Moore's
baok points Out that even those
Who are preoccupied with every everyday
day everyday affairs and can spare Httle
time for studying the akjes, will
flrtd astronomy worthwhile. The
tiodk has star maps and many in interesting
teresting interesting photpa.
Botticelli, with a biographical
and critical atudy by Giulio Carlo
Argan (Skira, 17 pages: $6.76).
The first reproductions In full
color at Sandra Botticelli's .trio
of freaetiea In the Sistina Chapel
are extra special attractions' in
this latest of books About the
great fifteenth century Floren-
tine. There are 61 color plates.

and error, All In the remaining spaces with letters

that will, form
s ho rt horizontal
words. Ttlat let-."
ters, must func function
tion function hi an entire
vertlcaj ow.
When the cor correct
rect correct letters1 oX thev
Wey words arc
found, all aorl aorl-soatal
soatal aorl-soatal rows will
contain short
words. It isn't
necessary to fill v.

in all lettera to find the key words, but it is interest interesting
ing interesting to see how many words a key word may contain. ;
To carry thla test a step further,' see if you can
find additional abort words In the key Words given.
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"THERE'S a raessage doodled by
Father Time in the diagram
at left, but it takes some detec detective
tive detective work to find. .
To begin, cut a "magnifying
- glass" the size of .that shown
above from a piece of paper or
"l cardboard. n
- Place this instrument Upon the
' diagram and shift It about until
' you have found the message.

There is no telling, of course, if

EGG TO BIRD IN THREE STEPS

eqi wwin VOMMao q

What's the A tim er? ;
IF a cubical contahjer of a ce ce-tain
tain ce-tain size holds one gallon of
fluid, how much fluid would it
hold If its edges were three times
as long?

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the words are Upside down, side'

Puzzling Results ; wwe

'TTHE number 112 can.be divided

into four, parts which when

respectively increased by 8, mul multiplied
tiplied multiplied by 3, divided by 8, and re reduced
duced reduced by 3, all show the same
result 21. How Is it done?
' .unoj-ijn Jt(1
-tTcs 'imm ti6)qai3 n(nos

How quickly can you find it 7

. You may prefer to Improvise
a ."magnifying glass" by.cupping
your hand. Peer through circu circular
lar circular opening between thumb and
forefinger. '.
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tooning cartooning lesson
is a challenge to
, those who are in interested
terested interested in. learn learning
ing learning to draw.
To begin, draw
an egg (l).;Then;
add more lines,
as In. step (2).
Add the finishing
touches, and you'
have a bird (3).
You may find
it ft good idea to
.use tracing paper

at first, then try drawing the figure frea hand..
incidentally, drawing this bird from memory can
be an "interesting party pastime for New Tear's Eva.
Show participants the bird for approximately SO
seconds.' Then see who .can draw the best likeness.
Of course, those who are artistically inclined have

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WHATS WRONG HERE?

EnnA C MtKCAi

a CMLimwitiG (E)iJiz-'(Tnossvyoiri) bipis exEncisu

a better chance of winning, but
to allow for thla, award a prize
tor the funniest specimen, too.
As a second contest, repeat the
test with lights out or partici participants
pants participants blindfolded.
It's Your More

AT LEAST 13 things have gone
wrong with the scene above.
How quickly can you find them?
Time yourself as you Jot down
answers, then let someone else
try and see who can find thetn
fastest. . ,
Whesf you make yonr list take
eara to avoid noting duplicates.
' Answera are given below, if
you need them, or want to check
on your own.
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. bTHERB arc five consecutive
1 numbers which win add up to
exactly 100. Can you name
them? '-
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1 What did Paul take, break and
' eat, giving thanks to God?.
(Acts 27 35)
- 67-Babylonian god-, who was to
..be punished (Jer. 51:44)
9 The queen of this place came
to see Solomon 1 Ki. 10:1)
. 14 Bird of prey.. i
- 15 Blackbird. ;.
18 Mechanical deWce. ;
17 Affianced. ;'. ... - -;
19 Forcible. ; ;.. o
21 Mournful. V 1
22 The gate to destruction is this
r (Mat 7:13) .-ZMThing,
ZMThing, .-ZMThing, in law.' : . .:
. 24 Faith without this is dead (Jas,
2:20) ', sV- -r
27 Walking-sticky i
.28 About -i ';..
i2 Operatic solo. ,--'-
. 30 Caroled. .- J '
31 Small merganser.
.' 33 -Artificial stream barrier.
34 Enameled metalware. '.
35 Took out" and rejected.
.37 And L.) -88
He wrote the Epistle to the
. Romans, ., .; .
39 BewaiL

40 The Israelites were defeated
r- here (Josh. 7:5)
41 Small tree of heath family.
43 She killed Sisera (Judg. 4:22)
44 Topaz hummingbird, ;
45 Authentic, j
46 Planet ?
47 Age of life.'".
48 Always (Dial, var.)
49 Dusky.
50 One thing each of the seventy
sent out by Jesus was forbid-,
-den to carry 4 Luke 10:4)
51 Venomous serpent ',
53 Male offspring. ' v
54 Sea eagle. ; : ""
55 Necessitating.

? 57 Title of nobility pL
: 61 Finchi r
,62 Hannah took Samuel to him ;
to dedicate him to the Lord
(1 Sam, 15) 1
64 Stop.
65 Donkeya
66 Decay.
67 Church official.
- VERTICAL
J It is in the land of Assyria -'
- (Isa, 7:18)
2 Sped.. ;.
; 3 Ovum. '.
4W-U. S. territory. ; sl
' 5 French painter.
. 6 Soma figs were what? (Jer. f:
' 24:2) :
7 Printer's measure.
8 Livelihood.
' Wild plum. 4-
10 Daughter .of Lokt : i "'
11 Turned inside out
12 Wild hog of New Guinea.
13 Branch of study. :, ?
18 Short for Edward. ' A
20 Cyprinoid fish., v: rf
22 Decrease.. t '" -" ; v ;'
24 Walks in water. "
. 25 Public speaker. ,' 1 v
. 28 Edge. - 5 ""
27 Short visit .
28 Prayer ending.
30 The liberal one shall be made
fat (Pr. 11:25) ; .. . .
31 Marine mammal.
32 Manufactures cloth, t '"
34 Oriental weight ':'
35 Sorrowa :
38 Feminine name.
38 Supplicate God. ; ;
39 Second book of the New Testa
, ment :
42 Ruth gleaned after these
(Ruth 2:3)
43 Earthenware vessels. V s f,-
44 Ain comb. form. . p
46 The infant Jesus was laid in
- this (Luke 2:7)
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".' 64 Symbol for "erbium.
" 56 Expire.
"r 57 Deep hole.
' 58 Desoicable fellow.

59 Mariner's direction (abbr.)

47 Mine adit
49 Put on..
50 Cost
51 Handle:
52 BishODrics.

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MET AT THE M.ET A backstage photographer catches Italian tenor Flaviano Labo
applying make-up for his debut at New York's Metropolitan opera. Bis first per performance
formance performance at famed opera house was role of Don Alvaro in La Forza del Destino.

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came up with this decorated Santa riding nto town 5
on a satellite model of Sputnik. It's in store lobby.

AN ENGAGEMENT ENDS HAPPItY Judy Garland hugs W,youngster! Joe, "2, r
;. : and Lorna, 5, on their arrival aboard liner Queen Af of y: in MeW Yorki Judy, Mr$ : '"A : uLvS
Sid Luft in private life, was in England with the children. Curing her, stay there, i )
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submits to a search before entering Menard State
prison in Chester, 111. He teaches inmates there.

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MOLL'S A DOLL Italian actress Gorgja Moll, hopes'

to be tabbed as a coming attraction: after he role,.

NO PIPE DREAM, BUT A NIGHTMARE Harry Adler Is understandably worried as he gazes at what Used to be his as a Vietnamese dancing girl.in her, latest fllmjShi J'Al
unbroken- windshield. A gas tank pipe from another car crashed through after two autos collided in Los Angeles. '. speaks six languages and js n accomplished pianist. I tJ

TT WON'T BE SURPfUSING if children and teen-agers soon start talk- imported a collectioa of Japanese children's and teen-agd fashions. -,-.

Tj A D "Cj A CTP TJ A OT TTVTVT A ing about kimonos, happi coat$ and obi sash belts when discuss

. their latest wearing apparelj They-will be n style with one of the latest the models displayed below. ". Others ranged from iV a Japanese "great ? '-.,

trends, the one toward Far East fashions. Retailer Max. Hess recently coat to a xhasyple, a .garment that is worn by the Buddmst monks.

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x ; holds her aloft. 1

GOV. AND, MRS. W. E. fpTTER are ereeied by Mr. and Mrs.. Hugh Norris. Norris was one
of the spark, plucs'o'n the, committee. , a4 lV ,-- 5? f . , (

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A Big

(Pix and toxt by
RALPH K.'SKINNR)

t The outstanding success of' the

first community party held at Los

Kios pracacalJy guarantees tnat
there win be more. Highlighting

the party was the exemplary con conduct
duct conduct of the children. All of them t

Prune mover of the idea to have

a community Christmas party was

A. M. Bouche. Jr. Later a commit

tee was formed which included J.

R. Shirley, Hugh Morris, Richard
Erbe. Richard Connover and Frank

Wilder. -,

, But this committee does not

want credit for the success of the
party, for they pointed out to me
that there were help Til assists

'rom scores of residents of Los

Rios. :

Everyone was helpful and coo

perative, and the result was a
smoothly-run party.

At live o clock, an Air r orce

helicopter appeared over the play-
ground area at Los Rios. With a a-lert
lert a-lert policemen and adu ta citizens
cooperating,' there was a large
safe space for the Whirly-bird to tj
land and let Santa Claus dismount.
The children were excited, and
well. they might have been: soon,
after Santa's arrival, several lareo

sacks of gifts were discovered.
- This fellow Santa Claurls smart.
He brought presents for very single t
child in Los Rios. And cuens what?

He didn't forget a soot Wasn't

A couple of mtn he ped open

the xark.i and then lhpv handed 1

the presents to Santa Clans and

he called out each individual name.

Some of the little tots were so ex-.
cited they could hardly reach for
their gifts. Some insisted on shak-' .'
ing hands with Santa, and he was
glad to oblige all comers, '- s i
It tnnlr nparlv an hmir Inr all

the children to get their presents

EATING ON THE GRASS were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cope and son Ben, and Mr. and Mrs."
Thomas McGraw and son Thomas :j

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headed the' committee..-

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-ANNE j POWELSON; happily "reee'iTes a 'present from' SahtafT

- i Claus. Every chiifl got a present.

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y nd then they all discovered they
Wers hungry.- ' '" '
' Some fancy field stoves ''! a d
N iee borrowed from the Army and
'-'evert 1 Army'- men had "offered
' their Bervices f gratis to prepare
, the food-.- "' 1
, They? thought i they were doing
tomething .real nice as a friendly
gesture toy the community, and ln ln-.
. ln-. deed they were. But someone told
me -later that Santa had a little
unexpected present for them, too.
- There were hamburgers cooked
. as one wanted them, and also hot
", dogs, piping hot. There were rolls,
. cole slaw, relishes, condiments,
- and baked beans. t
V There might have been' more
1 but we were too busy to get active
in the feeding lines. However.

1 vthere was plenty for all,, and sec-

ona ana, imra neipuigs ior uwse

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There were two pavilions set' up

to dispense soft drinks and ''ice

cream. These -were both 'tree.
In- one booth five -teenage boys

kept the bottle tops flying-for eag
er c'ients, and' then later: pushed

scores of boxes of ice cream
vanilla, n chocolate or" strawberry,
into waiting hands. -J .'
There were some adults in- the
other booth and tbey were equally
busy. And talk about being busy!
DeWitt Myers- and Roger Micnele
had a really active lob, .They, ran

the free popcorn stand. Each of
the three or four hundred kiddies
there must have had at least one

sack .apiece, -and some adults un

ashamed! v aot iiklinei tdo.

While, there was an abundance
of. soft drinks in evidence, there
was no liquor which is unusual for

a Canal Zone party and certainly

,, i;ont.niiea on rage s.

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FREE SOFT DRINKS and Ice eream were handed out by the
popular teenagers John Cooper, John Zelnick, John KolendV
- Chrto Carlson n reter Whitney..

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POETS' CORNER
POEMS FOR NEW YEAR'S

Editor's Note: Perhaps the most quoted line of year year-change
change year-change poetry "Kin out the old, ring In the
by Alfred Lord Tennyson, best known for his VIdylls of the
Kin-," "Break, Break, Break," 'In Memoriara.Jhe Spljnd-
ipciic' hi. .nitmh 'Tjosslnr the Bar." Born In 1809.

Tennyson composed blank, verse at eight, published his fiwt-

book of poetry-at 18, ana wrote actively urn. m
He become Poet Laureate of England, Widely popular before
World War I, he went into eclipse during the realistic period,
Is being re-appreciated by students today.
RING OUT, WILD BELLS
Ring out, wild bells, to the wild sky,
The flying'' cloud, the frosty light:
The year is dying in the night;-- C
Ring out, wild bells, and let him die.
Rlniycmt the old, ring in the new, -,'
rang, ijappy bells across the snow:
The year is going, let him go;
Ring out the false, ring In the true.
Ring out the grief that saps the mind,
v For those that here we see no more;
Ring out the feud of rich and poor,
Ring in redress to all maklnd.

Ring out a slowly dying cause, -And
ancient forma of party strife:

v Ring in the nobler modes of life,
With sweeter manners, purer laws.
Ring out the want.the care, the sin, v
The faithless coldness of the times;
Ring out, ring, out my mournsul rhymes.
But ring the fuller minstrel In.
Ring out false pride in place and blood, 1 -The
civic-slander and the spite;
Ring in the love of truth and right,
Ring in the common love of good, y
Ring out bid shapes of four disease; J
' Ring out the narrowing lust of gold;
Ring out the thousand wars of old, ;
Ring in the thousand years of peace.
Ring in the valiant man and free,
The larger heart, the kindlier hand;
Ring out the darkness of the land,
Ring in the Christ that is to be.

Tennyson bad a hh faith In man; In democracy, and
Ml UOO. i. rX,-t: y. ;
. f??? 1''ij''wStili Haver. Dar Dar-tog
tog Dar-tog the last year. It bis often been combed for hie insight
toward military and commercial aviation, and efforts to esta-
VTVt """"a the League ef Nations and the
xUnited Nations. Rereading of his reference to "a ghastly dew"
tnggests the atomic ash fallen, that hit a Japanese, "The
Lacky Dragon, off Bikini. The following prophetic excerpts -are
from Locksley Hall: v .
i5J1'J1STens n WI.H mmw, argosies of magic sails, f
Wlote of the purple twilight, dropping down with costly bales:
Heard the heavens fill with shouting, and there rained iU
- ghastly dew
From the nations' airy navies grappling In the central blue;
Far along the world-wide whisper of the southwlnd rushing r
" warm, ..
With the standards of the peoples plunging through the
thunderstorm. s
TU1 the war drum throbbednolonger, and the battle flags
wens furled ..
In the parliament of man, the federation of the world.
OH YET ME TRUST
Oh yet we trust that somehow rood s
Will be the final goal of 111"
. To pangs of nature, sins of will,
Defects of doubt, and taints of blood.
That nothing walks with aimless feet;
That not one life shall be destroyed,
Or cast as rubbish to the void,
When God hath, made the pile complete,
That not a wevm is cloven In vain;
That not a moth with vain desire -Is
shriveled in a fruitless fire,
Or but subserves another's gain.
Behold, we know not anything; -.
I ean but trust that good shall fall 1
At last far off at last, to all.
And every winter change to spring.
S9 runs my dream: But what am I?
. An Infant crying in the night:

An Infant crying for the light

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THIrJCS ARE KIND OF FROGGY-This frog-to-frog "P'ur

-Nash. a Clevelana newspaper pihhubi(juc, r
runierDt throush the window of the Nash recreation room.. The frog has been living ,ln;thej r :
fukeJ wlndoi well Tutelde the recreation room for two yrs. From time to time it .peer, in!
tn windrThfrog, who appears to be grinning, stares extra long at the rubber frog belonging
.;: Nash's children. , , 1 ;.-,'"'

The Washington Meriy-Go-Rbiind
By DREW fEARSOM ;

WASHINGTON Close friends

of .President Eisenhower say he
has made up his mind to face

the duties of President as a sol

dier on the firing line and die
with his boots on, if necessary.

Thev say this was partly be

hind his decision to fly to .Paris
for the vital, though grueling
meeting of NATO nations. -.
Also a factor was his 1 very

quick receovery from, the -minor
stroke 'Suffered before Tahnksgiv Tahnksgiv-ing.
ing. Tahnksgiv-ing. The doctors who examined
the president have confided to
their professional colleagues that
hisrecovery has been much more
rapid than expected, though the
chances of another stroke at his
sge are great.

The President, though tuny a-

ware of this haiard. feels that he

should proceed with the duties of

the presidency, Hence the trip to

Whether he will endeavor to as

sume the full duties remains to

be seen. Actually, he has been.

absent from the White House
two full years out of his five
years in office, most of it ill or
vacationing. And even his) close

friends admit it is impossible to
conduct the intricate, complicated

affairs or the united Mates on a
part-time basis.

If. however. President Eisen

hower should swing into a full
White House work load, they fear

the results on his health might

be serious. 4

At times in the past the Presi

dent has given some indication

that he might like to retire. But
currently that thought seems to

have been1 put aside.
Certainly there will be no
thought of retirement while the
President is under criticism, for

our scientific defeat at the hands

of Russia. .

One of the most marked charac

teristics ia Mr. Eisenhower's

make-up is his desire to be lik

ed. And he is not going to retire

while under fire or when his po

pularity is in question.

He would far rather pass out

of office, like an old soldier, with

his boots on.

'SATCHMO ARMSTRONG
BEHIND THE CURTAIN
It isn't genersHv known.: but

Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong ia ilv.

int for a State Denartment Invi-1

tation to blow his golden trumpet
behind the Iron Curtain.

This is true despite Louis i

blast at President Eisenhower dur

ing the Little Rock crisis that Ike

was two-feced" and "has no

lute." At that time. "Satchmo"

was so angry he wouldn't think
of going to Soviet Russia for the
U.S. government. ;
Since Ike sent trooos into Lit

tle Rock, in that is now forgot

ten.

Dont get- me wrong." Arm

strong said recently. "What 1

But the situation is improving.
And I love Eisenhower. 1 love
that man. '
"I'll say something else. My

people nave a better chance in

the United States than, any place
in the world."

Now at New York's Conacabsna

after a triumphant Latinf Ameri

can tour, "Satchmo nourishes a

compelling desire to make aa I-

ron Curtain tour for -Uncle Sam.
He figures he could do a lot to
erase Communist propsganda a a-bout
bout a-bout the status of the Negro in
America.- ,'

On his South American "Swine.

Louis gave CT concerts in five

countries. He got 180,009 plus ex expenses,
penses, expenses, for a four-week appear appearance
ance appearance in Buenos Aires, wss pic pictured
tured pictured on the "front pages of lead

ing newspapers everywhere be

went

In Brazil he and his wife had

lunch at the presidential mansion

with President Kubitschek. Mobs

were so big that in Chile the
Armstrong entourage had" to be
protected at -the airport by 250
police and 40 detectives.

That wasn't all. At a time when

the Soviet Sputniks were making
the U.S. look silly on the iront

pages of newsnaners all ever the

globe, "Satchmo'1 managed to get
his picture on the covers ef 22

Latin American magazines.

American diplomats, realising

the timeliness of his tour, threw
banquets for "Satchmo" in every
capital he visited.

In Venezuela Lows played at

the home of President Jimenez.

'V ) ' t V
" But for the orphan boy frcn
New Orleans, one desire remains:
A tour behind the Iron Curtain.'
MERRY-GO-ROUND
The State Department has never
offered to send Armstrong behind s
the Iron Curtain. The idea" was
1.. i a 1 .-it.: i -b..

juouis issuca nis disk sgaiusi je
over Little Rock.
All the State Department offer

ed was to contribute some mon-
ey to Satchmo's personal South

American tour, provided he would

extend it to out-of-the-way cities r

and pay part of the extra ex- -pense
himself. Y .Announcement
by rightwing Sen. Willism Jen
ner (R-Ind. that h won't seek v

re-election recalls an expression w
long popular with Indiana politl-

clans. "You've hecrd or Bill Jen Jen-ner,"
ner," Jen-ner," the saying goes, "but I'll
bet you've never heard of a 'Jen-
ner bill", ". .Eddie Roddan. as-

tute adviser to Jim Farley: and

ghost writer of the Farley book
is new master-minding ex Sen.
Bin Benton's plan to come back
to the Senate from Connecticut.
. .Douglas Dillon, the big Dillon.

Read investment banker, has be-

come so potent in the state Ue-

partment that, if Dulles should

resign tomorrovr. Eisenhower prob

ably would pick him as the new

aecreiary or aiaie. 1
Christ Herter. ex-Governor el ;

Massachusetts, now Undersecreta- S
ry ef State, is most unhappy, a a-bout
bout a-bout Dulles1 lack of imigmation.-,

He won't admit it publicly, but ,'
he feels American policy is bog- ....
ged down,

' HrWitt find sefution to Sunday OwesweN Pus- i

; Sl No. T21. pubUshed toeay.

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, , By DICK KLiiNKR '
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- NEW YORK (NEA)-i- Even the
--designers and manufacturer! .are
- not sure -what they've got. '-.But
they like it- .-Uo.-.;-' :-.,,rv:-..
- It Ms something which, solar.
is called the ensemble suit. It's a
"perfectly normal 4 suit in cut and
styling and everything i except
' one small detail. The jacket and
. trousers are of identical 1 fabric;
hut the Jacket has a pattern while
the trousers are plain. ?r
The jacket may have i stripe

or a plaid, for example. .And the
trousers are -solid. In exactly the
same color as the background of
the, jacket. 4 ? I:
This -is a product of the- House
of Worsted -Tex, i who; aren't sure
- what to do with It. Is it ; sports sportswear?
wear? sportswear? Or is it a business suit?
So far, satisfied : test customers
have been' using it for both. With

v a white shirt- and a neat tie.1 it

seems perfectly lefitimate to wear
' for business purposes. WKh less
dressy accessories, it's fine for

casual wear.- y. '
Then, too, it seems' to be a
liandy thing to' have around the
closet, for mlx'ng with other
jackets and trousers and making
, other combinations. v :
So there you "have the ensemble
suit It's hew and different and
nobody seems sure what to make
of it. But everybody liket it
Theri's something else new in
uits thla winter. It's the first fully
Sanitized suit, product of Rat Rat-ner
ner Rat-ner of California.

The Sanitized concern us proa proa-act
act proa-act "withstands the growth of
rinr causing bacteria and in

tii'eV the development of mold

and mildew"; is not yet two

years old, but the stuff is being
used in everything from lingerie
to plush toys, shoes to brooms,
willows to the inside of moving

Tans. ;. ry iS :

The built in deodorant la in
' the from of colorless, odorless

lquid, applied to fabrka at the
timo they are being- finished. It
remains Vfective, the manufactur manufacturer
er manufacturer claims, through repeated wash
ing and or dry cleanings., s.
' This new. application In a
man's suit is made possible
through the use of Sanitized in
linings, Jnterlinings, the suit fab fab-rick
rick fab-rick itself and all trim. i
- Of course, the wearer will still

have ?. to bathe.: t ut even : if he
doesn't, he'll have a sparkling

sun. ? i ; -VS
European travelers reports some

t'ling" revolutionary in formal

wear being seen on the continent
pleated i dress shirts, with each
pleat piped, in colors.. Sometimes,
the pleats will all be piped in the

same color, soraeumes uieyii at
ternate (maroon, gray. maroon,

gray and like that) and one or
two daredevils have them- with
each pleat piped in a different

color. .s. ;:.'.;
: Makes a man look like a verti
cal rainbow.

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KIDS SAY THE D A R N D EST
THINGS 1 Art Linkletter

If vou carry a camera around

your neck or shoulder; you are a
member of the greatest friendship
fraternity in the world.

., No other group of hobbyists

seems to have such mutual under-

standinc of oroblema as do ama

teur photographers. It is remark

able tne way aosoiuie strangers
embark on enthusiastic conversa conversations
tions conversations simply, because each happens
to be carrying a glistening 35 mm
outfit complete with side angle
lenses, etc.

Photography Is also a great
equializer; Members of camera
clubs represent all income and so social
cial social brackets.
This compatibility i prevails- a a-mong
mong a-mong professionals as well as
amateurs. It is not uncommon to
see news photographers chatting
about equipment or technique dur during
ing during lulls in some event they are

covering.

National borders are no barrier

to this mutual admiration society.

An American tourist in Euoone can

tell you this. Many a lasting friend-1

ship has begun as a result of a
chance conversation regarding the
setting of a lens aperture while a

pair of camera enthusiasts focus

ed on Paris from the Eiffel Tower.

During : recent united Press

assignment to Russia, I found this

same situation existing in such

piaees as Leningrad sand Moscow.

While making pictures in the fa

mous uum department store near

Bed Square, Moscow, I was ap

proached by three Chinese stu

dents, each carrying a Chinese-

made 35 mm camera.

Thev asked- me via the interna

tional language of the gesture and

the smile to take aojicture of them

witn weir, cameras. .: v

xms l did. There was much

smiling and shaking of hands and

close examinaton of each other's

cameras. . 1

I carried two-Contax cameras

with a variety of lenses. Mv out-

m positively overwhelmed ahem

Their cameras were of poor qua-

u4j mm were copies oi cameras
made in Germany.

clalite Col. Robert Guggenheim

was at a formal party the other

evening when hostess Qwenn ca-

frltz flounced in wearing a new
Paris gown featuring a long

trailing 6klrt.

''As they sayvin your country,"
Quggenhelm' said to the Austra Australian
lian Australian ambassador, Sir Percy Spen

der, "If this party gets too blooay
rough we can always vise

Owenh's skirt aa-a tourniquet."

OTHER EVENING a friend no

ticed that Mrs. John Foster Dul--les
'was rushing from a lavish
buffet dinner party after only

nibbling at the hors d'oeuvres

for a few minutes. ?
"Whv are vou leaving; in such

a hurry?" the (ruest asked her.

"you've hardly eaten a tnmg.':

t "I nave to move last in oraer

to get to all the parties I'm sup sup-nosed
nosed sup-nosed ; to attend every night,"

Mrs. Dulles answered. "I only

have time to eat one hors
d'oeuvere at each narty and take

a drink at every other one."

BEFORE IKE departed for his

Paris trio he Rot complete In Instructions
structions Instructions from Mamie on some
snecial -ehoDDing ; she wanted

done. She had heard via her in

ternational grapevine that wom

en's s-loves ano silk scarves were

the bet-Paris buva this veaA

But don't get the idea mat

Ike's plane, tne coiumoine.

sneaks anvthinK throuffh cus

toms when it comes back from
overseas. Just like commercial

lng the President, is handed

declaration form and a customs

man checks the ouicial .baggage

PRETTY PATSY BOYLE,

young daughter of Bill Boyle
Dublic relations man for General

Electric, almost found out the
hard way the other night that
public relating is a Job for the

wnoie ramiiy.

Bill had donated a GE clock clock-radio
radio clock-radio as a prize at the annual
father-daughter dinner at the
Press Club. And wouldn't' you

know it, Patsy's name was nulled

out of the hat as the winner of

fit.

But just before -she went up to

claim her prize, Bill frantically

whispered to her to refuse it.
When she told the master of cer

emonies that she couldn't accept

it, she added to the crowd, "But

that s all right. Daddy has prom

ised to buy me one anyway."

And. of course, daddv did lust

that.

Art In Review

NEW YORK (UP) 'Three

Hundred Years of American Faint

ing" by Alexander Eliot, art editor
of Time magazine, has just been

issued. by the publication under
the ceneral direction of Roy A-

lexander. managing editor of

Time, and a large editorial staff,

with the cooperation o: the maga

zine's foreign and domestic cor

respondents and its copy desK.

"" The handsome volume cenK

ains an anecdote' account of the
life and work of some 147 Am American
erican American painters. It i illustrated
by 250 high-quality color sft tos.

ALT EMU R KMC. press at

tache at the Turkish embassy,

and his corneous wife take hon

ors for having thrown the best

Christmas cocktail party.

They didn't invite so many

people that it turned out to be
a kind of football game without
padding. The food did not run
out. And there were plenty of
places to sit down.
Besides, Altemur and his wife
only asked people who were per personal
sonal personal friends.

OTHER DAY at a luncheon,
the guests were waiting to hear
a speech from Secretary of the
Treasury "Bob Anderson when the
master of ceremonies forgot aH
about him and announced that
the luncheon was over.
Reddest face in the crowd be-longed-to
Undersecretary of the
Treasury for Monetary Affairs
Julian Baird, the MC.
After the mistake was straight straightened
ened straightened out. there was an even fur further
ther further delay while everybody wait waited
ed waited for: the good-natured Ander Anderson
son Anderson to control his laughter.

PARAGUAYAN Ambassador
Don Osvaldo Chevase is a diplo diplomat
mat diplomat to the core.
A guest at a party the other
night asked him if he objected to
the bitterly cold weather Wash Washington
ington Washington was currently suffering.
The ambassador, through an
intemreter. resnonderi with 15-

mlnute discussion of excellent

relations between the U.S, and

Paraguay. -f

NEW YEAR'S resolutions:
Colonel Guggenheim swears

he's going to stop snoring

through symphony concerts. -.-.

sen. Estes Keiauver is going to

ston pinching the arms of vretty

girls. se t

Jim Hagerty isn't going to lose

his temper any more.

senator McCleiian is going to

stop picking on Jimmy Hoffa.'

Memoers of tne staff of the

Russian embassy are going to

stop bragging about Sputniks.

PANAMA AMERICAN
k ?n nri.. ArSh;

IMC

The Originals of 54 paintings re

produced in the book have been

put on view at the Wildehstein Gal

leries in a loan exhibition entitled

'The American. Vision."

CAN -KILL YOVR, NEEDS!

H. W. and Dora Janson have ex

panded and rewritten, for adults
their Successful "Story .., of faint

ing fr vouob roopio." The new

hook. "Picture History f Paint

in" )abrams). discusses western

painting, using 500 beautiful illus

trations, of which are in color.

The text is written simply and

pertinently. Even people without
any previous knowledge, about art

can understand it; even old -museum-goers
will find many use'ul
hints of what to look for in the

works of the grefct masters. This
book will 7be .of invaluable help
to laymen who seek some under understanding
standing understanding of western painting.

. It should find its way into ev every.
ery. every. "American heme. A similar
volume on eastern ptiting ia bad
ly needed.

' Sienese civilization deve'oped be
tween two opposite poles a mys
tic and passionate religious exal exaltation
tation exaltation and a sensuous reveling in
worldly things. Out of these two
contradictory elements grew an
artistic production of extraordina extraordinary
ry extraordinary beauty and homeeeneitv. A

choice selection of these exquisite

Live Shows On Broadway

NEW YORK (UP)- "The Rope
Dancers", by Morton Wishengrad
is one of those exasperatng plays
that you have to respect yet do
not truly like. And you think it
would have been so easy for the
author toi have changed a bit cf
this and that so as to made quali qualification
fication qualification unnecessary.
" Anyway, this new work at the
Cort Theater is evidence that
Winshengrad is a new new theater

author of considerable promise. He
is no youngster, but this is his

frst elxort for the staee after

career .in radio and television

writing.

The Playwright's Company and

Gilbert Miller have given the play

every advantage in the matter of

casting ana proaucuon.

Toe stars are biobhan McKenna

and Art Carney, a combination

that has an aimost irresitible at

traction.

Miss McKenna. of course, is the

Irish actress who has won a bin

following here in two brief sea

sons, and Carney is the "second

banan ." of the : Jackie Gloason
TV ahows turned dramatic actor

in his Now York stage debut.

They are both quite wonderful

in this play, and so is a child

named Beverly Lunsford. who. al

so is making her local stage bow.

Add delightful work by Joan

Blondell and the tremendously ta talented
lented talented Theodore Bikel, and you

have a lineup .thai would give

lift to any production.

This is a stark drama set at Hit

turn ot the century in a New York
tenement flat. Miss McKenna plays

a stern dressmaker who is trying
to raise her, daughter, a tcr sepa separation
ration separation from' her ne'er-do we 1,

would-be writer husband. The child

bB six fingers on one hand. The
mother is convinced that this, is

curse resulting from the cir

cumstances surrouiicing the child's
conception. x
The child -is a psychotic case
as .a result of this obsession. A
reunion with the father brings on
a crisis that resutls -in the -minor

ly reproduced masterpieces is ex tirgical business o" removing th

folding lady to uncompromisingly
forhiddina almost m mmilarM.

that ho seems to defeat his own
nurnose. ..

tne is utter.y and lnnumaniy ;
co d, and the warmer elements of
the play are not enough to thaw
this freezing influence. It seems
to me that the author could have
made the woman more human
and still have ma.de his points.
So easily. The fact that Miss Mc McKenna
Kenna McKenna acts the part, as written.- so

superlatively makes its chilling
impact all the more ef ective.
' Anew McMaster,- Irish stage
star, will play the role of Eugene
O'Neill's father in the national

company of the late p'aywrlght's

autoDiograpnicai "ing Day's
Journey Into Night."
This will be the first American
stage protraval for the distinenish.

ed actor, who is known as the

"John Barrymore of Ireland."
"Lone Day's Journev I n t n

Night." with McMaster and Fav

Bainter starring in the roles now

Deinc played by Fredne Marth

anil Florence Eldridge in the
Broadway company of the Pulitzer
Prize play, will open its tour at
the, Hanna Theatre in Cleveland

soon. : ,.

Jose Qumtero will direct th

national company, as he did the

current hit at the Helen Hayes
theatre. t

The plan to revive last summer'

production of 'Much Ado About

iNOtning" of the Amer can Shak.

pearo Festival ;; Theater in Strat Strat-ord.
ord. Strat-ord. Conn., as the ooeninc -at

traction at the rebuilt Globe Theat Theater
er Theater has been abandoned. The r,loh

won't be ready in time.

; However, Kathnne Hepburn and -Aired
Drake, who starred in the
Shakespearean comedy last sum-',
mer,,have agreed to take the play

on tour with most of the arte.

mal cast. -,

The tour will berin fn-p so t

the Locust Street Theater in Phil-

aaeiphia. After playing there two
weeks, the company ill visit De-

pertly and enjoyable discussed by (extra digit, thus promising a nor toit, St. Louis, Pittsburgh, Cleve

Enzo Carli, director of the Sienese mal life for the child. But she
Museum in the New York Graphic I dies. i t r

Society's latest book ."Sienese The play is a plea for human
Paintina. I understanding, eomfli ssion and

land and "Boston, winding un its

work March I. Drake has to Wave
the cast Feb. S to direct a Broad Broadway
way Broadway production. His replacement

- '"- 1 -Paul Mocsanyi'love. yet the author has made hie is not yet known,
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'P DISPENSERS of free popdorn were DeWHt Myers and Roger
3 r Micbele. They were kept busy!

Christmas Party at Los Rios

A; OBvmendatory for this community

affair.

r After dark, there were movies

pfovided free for all wno wisn wisn-ed
ed wisn-ed to attend them. And, when we
- left, there was talk of a com mu-

nity sing. Certainly everyone was
v, m a neighborly mood, and there
was lots of visiting back and forth

between family groups.

z Governor and Mrs. Potter drop-

' ped by during the early evening;
They spoke to many present whom
they knew and appeared pleased
r, at the spendid turn-out of the Los
j Rios residents.
J 'Incidentally, the Christmas par-:
ty was paid or by contributions
from the residents of Los Rios.
, And it was almost an unanimous
affair.
It is onlv when thev ara all enL

-elected in one' place that one real-

; n.ea now many cnuorea mere are
' in this small community.' Yet with

f r so many of tnem, from tots in
i-'varms to teenagers, there were no
i squabbles, no noisy altercations.
If they behave all the time -as well
p as they did at the party, the par-
y ents may well be proud of their

cniiaren.
-i About the only person who didn't

thoroughly enjoy himself was this
photographer. The camera didn't
work just' rights and as a- result
some nice pictures didn't come
out to be used.

For example, Los Rios resident
Paul Zelnick with his mother, Mrs.
Ernest Zelnick, and .his. grand grandmother
mother grandmother ,"'Mrs, Blanche Wright, were
eating with Truman affd Betsy
Hoenke. I took wha should have
been a good pictured but wasn't.
The same was true of Mr, and
Mrs. Steve Powelson and their
three daughters. and one son. And
Mm. FVprt Humhprt. whivecit turn

grandchi'dren were' shaking hands
with Santa Claus. The pose look looked
ed looked good, the folks were "friendly

and cooperative, but the results on

the negative were negative.

Enough came out Usable to pre

sent this pictoriai record of the

urst-party" at Los Rios. The 00

people who attended found it a

praiseworthy gathennc. And the

orphanage in Panama' that receiv

ed the left-over food was mighty
glad of the-party;-toa:"

Next time you hear of a Los

Rios get-to-getheij wangle an in

vite and see tor yourself' what this

well-organized community can do

wnen it comes to a party!

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108 Cleave
110 Noncon

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electricity

112 An etud
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' 12 American Mexican
Indian trea
15 Town ins. 69 Marked
, Belgium With
18-C0py 1 ' apota y
20 Pea tree or lines
:i21-Chirp Bot.)
23 Universal 67 Loud-

24 Animal humming 122 Mis
. allied beetla' "polgn

to 68 Calm ntly

monkeys 70 Monk. 124 Raise sj

25 Sparkling v hood . upright
26- Japanese 72 Thin 125 Inca god

can tIi f 128 Tower
73 Plate on ,"
, for mosqua

torag0 , 128 Look

, battery
75 Hollow
76 Verify
78 Number
79 Animal ';
fat.

35 Runs off 81 Uproar

37 Scold -; B3 expert
39 Shrewd 85 Fabulous
41---lmblb '- bird

43-rMand 86 Midship 133 Light"

,v West 10 5 jS Crimped' v mineral
Carolina1,1 -stuff 134 Gruel of
Islands ,90 Venr4- l' maize
44 Scena of tive meal
porta 92 Son of ' 133 Flow
action Seth from
46 Calling 94 Correct 136 Golden
48 Thin 96 Glacial appla ,i
. metal y anow 137 River 4
plate 97-rSparser channel
60 Aaaerter 101 Gnawed 138 Newer
82 A cheese 103 Narrow 139 Spread

64 Bitter OHet -, 140 Prepara

substance (Arcti.) flax

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2 Th ' 36 Euro
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93 Hidden i

3 Least 88 Pike-lika 93 Forsaker
4 Equal-'"- flsh v of duty
- footing 40 Row, rank 97 Woman
6 Supplies : or layer ., Indicated
issued, to 42-;-GamWing 98 Put to to-troops
troops to-troops on game c gether;
' the march 43 CItmblna" 99 Place to--

6 Again, palm,,, .store arm,
bring ' 47 Opened 4 )y0-Paiit of a J
toshora ; widely 1 ladder
7 Mag- ., 49 East 102 Fastidl--,
nificentj Indian .. ,,,-ous j'
8 Lifetime , palm 104 Having
a 9 Physically 61 Peruse form, of 1
, disabled. 33-t-Splntless a pipe
10 Musical," , person 105Llght
exercise 65 Of one's colored 1
11 Lightly birth . amphibole t
12 Sharpened 57 Saw for 106 Caustic
13 Informed squaring substanM
14 Spanish log 't 109 Dorsal 1
. champion 68 European (ZooLK s'
of Chris language 111 Closer
tianlty. -1 89 Hack- 115 Main"
15 Pigment neyed ridge of
' to color 60 Bracing : mountain
paint 1 62 Resident 116 Alluvial
16 Hydro- 64 Aflame deposit at
carbon 65 Part of 1 mogth of
-Of the',., mortise-, '.river 1
- methane ; 66 Upright 118 Play '
aeries ;"'1- 69 Reserve 121 Indiaft

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22 It Is ,4 77 Disport 125-Japanes"
(contr.) 60 Leased coin K ,
28 Cavil . ; 82 Subdue 126 Fairy ,r
30 Jumping 83 CCTiceny- queen
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"IT WAS THE merriest Christmas I ever bad." said

SPOKESMAN FOR vBOTH the United States and
Soviet Russia marked Christmas week with expres-:

U1IVU V" J F . i Z . IJ

bov who unexpectedly blossomed into a rea not glons or aesire u reauce w wiiaivm.

uuv W41U uinALn.iwwj 7
-attraction this year and put-pointed Lulu Perez Im

pressively Monday night, s -. ..- fn
"Yes, Wednesday was a very happy Christmas for
me and my wife and three kids," said Boston Tommy
-because Monday night's wto over Perea finished a
., -fn ms anri nrobnblv made me a uue COIl-

tenimPslopsiaed decision over flashy Peres of
- Brooklyn in their TV fight at St. .Nicholas Arena
was bJU 10th victory In 12 1957 fights that Include
achieved -them made, promoters forget bis woefully .,
spotty record -of the past. t Now rhe has practically,
everted his won and lost score. HVhas 42 wins and,
43 defeats; also three draws. And he Is onljr23..
, Tibbs, s lightweight champion of New ; England,
weighed 132 pounds to Perez's 133 as he gave the,
former featherweight challenger a severe body beat beating
ing beating before 1007 at St. Nick's. t f A- V
a' host of the great from Midwest football paid
final tribute Tuesday to Robert C. Bob Zuppke, Uni Uni-verity
verity Uni-verity of Illinois gridiron immortal. ,;

Zuppke died Sunday morning. r-
In accordance with his wishes, Zuppke's body was
. loj nn tl.n'. dinsral aarvipDII Hi wi-

..nntribiiMnn mari instead. Union, Indicated strongly that Russia might reduce

Zuppke, nicknamed the "Little Dutchman" by those
who inspected his football Judgment and admired hu
warmth, coached Illinois teams for 29 years.' They
earned a- .621 mark with a 131-8 won-lost record
during the years 1913-1941. .-
Football greats of the past and present gathered
here Monday as Zuppke's body rested Jn a casket
' draped with a blanket of blue flowers and a huge
orange ,;.-. 1

THE NATIONALIZATION OP the Panama Canal
h ultimata aim of Panamanian students, accord

ing to a communique issued Monday by the Panama

. I A 1 A. WJE :

. The rnmmuniaue said me suggestion mat rwmma

seek a 50 per cent share In the income produced by
the operation of the Panama Canal is only an ,"'im ,"'im-mediate
mediate ,"'im-mediate aim." y -:. ., '. : '-

President Eisenhower and Secretary of State Jonm students Federation.

Foster Dulles spoke lor tne united otaies, dovw
Communist Party. Leader Nlklta S. Khrushchev spoke
for Russia. 1 t (
' cioon'hViwAf nrf Tii11pb cave a lolnt renort to the

nation by television and radio on 'the North. Atlantic Ruben O. Mlrd, who Is again facing trial, final
Treats Organization meeting In Paris. ly put op $7000 In bail in order to stave off ai

Eisenhower said that the 15 NATO countries aim aimed
ed aimed .not at aggression but at "the pursuit of a Just
peace." '- "''..' ..",'', V; v.? soiii''"''"
All Russia has to do to ease tension, he said, is to
give "clear evidence of Communist integrity and sin sincerity
cerity sincerity in negotiation and action."
Dulles pointed out how Russia has persistently ob obstructed
structed obstructed all attempts af controlling nuclear weapons
and attaining disarmament. t
'But the NATO countries, he promised, would con continue
tinue continue 'probing' to find out whether Russia has- the
"good' will to resume serious .efforts to achieve nu nuclear
clear nuclear peace." .v -v
As part of the "probing," it was made known, the
government is seeking some way to reopen stalled
disarmament negotiations with Russia.

Khrushchev. addressing the Parliament of the

the size of its armed forces.

an

order for bis arrest on two charges of. forging

- public documents. -.
Miro, who gained quite a following during bis
: ; trial and subsequent acquittal on the charge that
- he was the assassin of President Jos6 A, Remon,
bag been mentioned by some newspaper sources
as planning to eap3talise on his popularity by go-
' ing ilato politlcis next year.
His possible companions were said to be former
President Jose1 Ramdn Gulzado, whose conviction e 3
an accessory to the assassination was rescinded fol following
lowing following Mird's acquittal, Norberto Navarro, Manuel M.
Talds and others. 's's,
- The trial of an American soldier In Panama court court-which
which court-which had been scheduled for last Friday has been.
postponed for a week in order, to give an alternate
district attorney an -ppportunity to study the case.
The soldier, Pvt. Harold F. Rose, is charged with
having caused the death of his 20-month-old 'step,
son, Eduardo Castillo, on Nov. 22, 1D56. w--

His wile, Blanca Maria Castillo, who married Rose

Khrushchev- pointed out that the All-Russian par- a few months ago, is felso to stand trial as an ac-

llament, at its recent meeting in Moscow, had asked cessory.

tne government to consiaer a cut. 1
The request was made, he pointed out, because the
NATO countries had said they would not use force
in ther relations with other nations.

Bob Pettlt of the St. Louis Hawks,' who- staged the
biggest single-game scoring spree of the National
Basketball Association with 51 points Saturday night,
took over the league total scoring lead today.
Pettit, who racked up his big score against Syra Syracuse,
cuse, Syracuse, held a 44- point lead over balding George. Yard Yard-ley
ley Yard-ley of the Detroit Pistons In weekly scoring statistics
Issued today by the' league. - v ,
Yardley was held, to his season low of 10 points on on-Sunday
Sunday on-Sunday night, also against Syracuse, and that cost
him the No. 1 spot that he has held for over a month.
However, Yardley has played two games less than.
Pettlt and still leads the Hawk in average points, 27.7
per game to 27.3. ,
Adolph Schayes of Syracuse held third place In to total
tal total points with 682 and Bill Sharman was fourth with
658. However, on average points they were tied for
third at 24.4. Big Clyde Lovellette of Cincinnati was
fifth both InLtotal, 655, and average, 23.4. .,
Detroit fought an uphill battle to win the West Western
ern Western Division title in the National Football League. A
week ago last Sunday they had to come from behind
to beat the Bears and move into a tie for first place
with Pan Francisco 49'ers and force a playoff for sec section
tion section honors, Sunday, before more, than 60,000 fans at
Kezar Stadium, they stormed back from a 27 to 7
licking to score 24 points in the second balf for their
greatestvictory of the season.
It was a great demonstration' of power by the
J Won v without the services of Bobby Layne, and
the wav in which they came from far back has
marte the odd? makers label them even-money
favorites for the f-Tnal against the Cleveland

urvwua in ueiroit ioaay lor tne world's title

Garbage piled up in some areas of Panama City
and Colon during the week with health author!-
r ties offering no explanation despite a loud news-
paper clamor.-:
Both the Mayor and the Colon City Council
lashed out at the faulty garbage collection serv service,
ice, service, with Mayor Jose M. Vivos describing Colon k
as sitting on a "volcano of Infection." v
It was a rough Christmas according to police re- ;
ports from both sides of the Isthmus. The holiday
season breezed through leaving In its wake 20 people
injured and one dead.
On the Panama side, the emergency clinic at San Santo
to Santo Tomas; Hospital reported treating 77 persons for
minor Injuries paused as a result of minor household
accidents or brawls. A y
In tbe Canal Zone, eight soldiers were taken to -Gorgas
for treatment and then released after tbe
' car In which they were riding ran off the road and -struck
a dirt bank on Madden Road early Christ- 1
mas morning. 1 '
A bus which, ran off the road on Chiva Chiva' trail

Communist control of all Russian activities, civil and turned over down a 20-ft. embankment. Four passen-

miutary,! Mme. Ekaterina Furtseva' was replaced as Keis anu me anver were given iirst-aia oy .soiaiers

(secretary 01 tne Moscow- city party. -Sne will now W1M ppc"eu w e swuonra m. wie vicinity,

But Khrushchev emphasized, as did the parliamen parliamentary
tary parliamentary request, that any reduction would be balanced
by additional concentration on new types of weap
ons, without reducing the country's defensive power.
"The Soviet government followed up this speech by
distributing to foreign embassies in Moscow the text
of a Eeven-point Disarmament and Peace -Resolution
passed by the" Parliament. r t ....
In another move, the Soviet government named
Mikhail A. Menshikov ambassador to the United
States. He Is to succeed Oeorgi N. Zaroubin, who has
been envoy to Washington since 1952.
Menshikov has served as ambassador to India, He
also has served as minister for foreign trade and he
Is -a high-ranking member of the Communist Party.

Apparently. I? line with the policy of tightening

devote herself to her work "fni. t.h nart.vH npnt.rnl

Committee. 1 , ,, 1
No special significance Was seen in this switch. Mme"
Furtseva, a long-time friend of Khrushchev, is the
highest-ranking woman In Russla-a full member of
the party's Presidium, the 15-member body which
rules the country.
The Communist Party newspaper Pravda called a a-gain
gain a-gain today for, a summit meeting to discuss "urgent
international problems."
The-party organ said in an editorial that the "cause
of consolidating mutual. trust hetwoen states wnnlrt

be furthered by a personal meeting between the lead-

Detroit's Eritrea' RtaHfnm '1 i. ers of Dowers and a discussion bv them of urgent in

after the ticket Tsale for Sunda sgame began erationi1 P" vlV

vn,.v iiuis nave swraa a ciamor to nave
the ame telecast in Detroit nnd vicinity because it
is utterly impossible to get tickets. This TV tumult
which began when the National League wouldn't al allow
low allow the home telecast of the FortyNiners-Llon olay-

via, ouuuay wui prooaoiy De one or tne Wit Is

1 It also urged again world acceptance of an uncon unconditional
ditional unconditional ban on all nuclear weapons tests starting Janj
1 and reiterated the Soviet proposal for a non-aggression
pact between the Warsaw pact nations and NATO.

o

A head-on collision between two cars also occurred,

on Madden Road. The two drivers involved were not
Injured,- but one of their passengers was treated at
Gorgas Hospital.
At least one Christmas theft of 100 pounds of rice
was reported by the Cristdbal Woman's Club. The
rice,, which was to have been distributed to poor
people in Col6n, had been stored at the IAWC, build-in
Ctol6n., p-, ; : v
It looks like the Canal Zone has missed out as
the site for the Army's attempt to launch the
, first US satellite, according to word received this 1
week from Washington.
The Canal Zone as a launching center was db- -cussed
but rejected after too many obstacles arose, -(One
advantage mentioned was that It would be -easier
to reach the 18,000 mph speed needed to
get into orbit).
Instead the launching will be tried at the Air
Force-missile test center at Cape Canaveral.
Two new lock mules arrived this week aboard the

uenevieve tiyxes.

sues of the league's winter meeting late in Tarmnrif 1 e Cairo newspaper AI Ahram said that America's "lB ew towing aevices, ordered from the R. Q.v
in Philadlephla: Boxing ls the on& iiiort th3 chle! U.N.: delegate Cabot Lodge would visit Egypt at Lejourneau Company of Texas, weigh about 60 tons

, the Invitation of Egyptian foreign minister Mahmoud

Fawzi.

blocks out hometerritory.

-The rivalry between the lions and the Browns ta The Paoer the Invitation was extended to Lodge
championship competition is keen. They've met three flurln a recent New York visit Fawzi. No date was
times in title games and Detroit has won' two. De- Klven for Lodge's arrival In Cairo. i
.troit.also handed the 1 Browns one of the two defeats 1 ' . '
they suffered in league competltioo-this season. There ssHssa55aassasaBasssssssasBHSB
Is no love lost between them. This will be the sixth ,',,.
appearance of the Browns in chamnlonshio play in s sae
the NFI. in eight years a phenomenal record. It Is tbe -
fourth for Detroit in the same length of time.
1"he Stud Los Slete' sneedv f wn-vpor-nli Viootn,,-

colt Henco raced to a surprising rcom-from-behind s ,;
two-length victory over the supposedly -invincible en-

Christmas Classic at the -President Reman race track
on Wednesday." - t
, Romancero outlasted Esteban, which got off to a
; poor start, by a neck for the olace. Destelld wound up
distant rfourth, Apache fifth and fractious Sando Sando-kan
kan Sando-kan lssl.
' Australia won the DavlsCup for the third succes successive,
sive, successive, year by taking the first three matches of the
best of five series at Kooyoong Stadium in Melbourne.
Young Mai 'Anderson and Ashley Cooper whipped v
inexperienced Barry MacKav and Vic Seixas, respec-
tlvely. In hard fought bitterly -4 contested five set
matches dn Thursday. The doubles match on Friday, ss
however, went. to thei Aussie team of Anderson and
Mervyn Rose In -straight sets over MacKay-and Seixas. c

floating crane or a barge and be moved to Oatun by
the end of the week. They will be unloaded onto the
center wall at Gatun Locks for assembly. s

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. OREEM WQRt-D-? WERETHE FIRST I HURT. WE CAN'T;
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"" HAPPENED TO YOO VWEARefcR
: HERE? s r X WHO THEY
:
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RUT I'M GOlNfi 'J

HOWS ABOUT

With, s?Lr- VSv

Air

WINGETW

To"

ME GIVING .'YOU
AHANIO WITH THE

DECORATIONS

r

V

STOP BIRD-DOGGING

MY GIRL OR I'LL

DECORATE

YOUR EYE,

J

Vi- XI

DONT a
BEND VU
THE -I A :0t

V"

TAKE MA&GO

TO THE DANCE,

SHE HASN'T

A DATE,

v.

at-'

1

3

I WOULDN'T ?

TAlCE HER TO
ASACIC-RACE,

UNLESS THE

SACK WAS OVEQ

t7),

AfctSWEEr

TWENTY-ONE AND,

k-mr...... ... W nKT .u

pho apt- it!' SUP'S

STRICTLY CUBE """vA

SUGAIS- SWEET)

' SQUARE

I'LL BET SHE

DOESN'T EVEN!
USE LIPSTICK

V 1 v

DON'T BE

DRIPPY
WHAT DO
YOU think:
THATREO

STUFF IS

ONER
MOUTH?

MAYBE

HER

HE AO f

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WE NEE& SOWEONE TO BASV SlT "V 1 .f WE WANT.TO TAKE HSg. V"' f I ij t A 1 h : 'Jje' " OJf
( POR CLARABELUE'ST SJSTER FROM SHOPPING ANO BABY ifilll N 1 t V -C'jV .
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YOU SAY HE TOLP YOU
. -OF HIS WOTIVE FOR
SHOOTING OUR FK1ENCJ

51, BROTHER PIERO-' MANY -YEARS
AGO WHEN MR.JUPP
- WAS IN THE ARMY OF
OCCUPATION, AVANT TURNEP;
HtM IN FOR SLACK
: MARKETING.' WHEN HE GOT
OUT OF PRISON H6 RETURNS?
TUUO AVANTI
L1 HERE ID AVENGE HIMSELF
'V C OH TUUO.

-' At

STARTING TOPAYJ
TZSA&CZO TSZASUZSf
AFTER A WILP" RIPE IN A :
PRIVERLE55 MS ENP5 IN A
; HAYSTACK, THE 5NIPER 15 -APTUREP
BY JOHNNY...

.... I

V 5HORT TIME LATEX

W HE ALL RIGHT;

P1EROS WILLHE.?

sl juurr...'Tuuo

WIU. LIVE BUT MS
RECOVERY WILLTAKg
LONG.- THE BULLET

PIP MUCH PAMAGS;

71

WHATA5HAMi.'l THAT MB LIVES

AMP MOW MS I MATTERS MOST

CANNOT HELP

YOU TEST THE

WHAT WILL, YOU

SISTER PEAR

C, NOTHING

MUSTHOLPUP

I the final testing.

EVEN IPO IT,

PERHAPS 1 CAN
HELP COUNT ;

PI GUARPti rVE

TESTED JET

PLANES WHY ;

HOT SPORT

CARS?

- BUT OF COURSE,
WHY NOT? YOU'RE
A TEST PILOT
; FAMILIAR WITH
" JETS. COME,
ItL SHOW YOU

OUR 'POLPtWTl

1 1 YOU SEE, SIGNORS HAARPi
OUR 'POLPHIN IS NOT A CAP

BUT A JET-POWEREP SPEEPBOA"

IF SUCCESSFUL IT WILL BE
I PROTOTYPE FOR Pi T. BOATS

PROTECT OUR WATERS

mi

TO V

rr should be: popo

MSTEAP OF POLPMfN-

LOOKS LIKE A WINGLESS

PLANEi OKAY, WHEN PO

WE WATER-TEST TT

V WE START FOR

tAKE TESORO RIGHT AWAY-
BE THERE BY MORNING.' IT
PE5ERTEP THIS TIME C
YEAR SAVE FOR A SMALL
FISHING VILLAGE WE WILL,
USE THEIR VOCK FACILITIES.:

While at the sleepy village of tesoro.

SOON I

BE PEACEFUL WHEN

THE COUNT PI GUARPI

BRINGS HIS NOISY

RACING

TO

i vrmm mi it

WHAT BOTHERS ME

t WHY.

WILL NOT k

I

HERE T -t

m WHY POES THE

WIPOW, BARONESS

ALBERRH RETURN

TO HER VILLA

AFTER THESE MANY

YEARS,

pi

TRUEi WHEN SHE

FLEP WITH HER
HUSBANP, THE
GERMAN GENERAL

ALBERJOL AFTER

THE ALLIES tANPI

WHO WOULP EXPECT

ICR RETURN F

t

THESE VWASERS
ARE BOTH IPLE ANI

N05Y, PEAR BARONESS

HOW CAN WE PROCEED

rf M PART OF 1
VUCBMBSMNIS 1
1 THE HCTNG PLACE I

I OF THE TREASURE-.

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ITS A BIT" OF AM ERRAMPiX: WAVE

TO POCTHEOTHER-SipEOF

TDWKJ Wn ILD .TUF TWO

OP YE LIKE TO BE'vr'Jlif

"TAJON THE RIPE T'
L .WfTHME?
r KNOW HE, WOHT
BE tM5 CAUSE-1
CAN HEAR HE LEFT
HIS ENGINE
RUNNlN

OOWE CLEANl, auntie what peer

PARK SECRET IN YOUR PASTIVES :

THE LAWMAN THE RK5HT TO PUSH

.YOU ARDUMP TURN
YOUR -House" INTO
COUNTY HOME: FOR
-STRAY ORPHANS

PINE' IF rCANSO.'

7j" '. ntsetu

i'M SORRY, JUUA-

BUTcVOUU. HAVE TO

1 L, .. ...... '.

REGSTEREP LITTLE ANNfe

IN SCHOOL, SHERIFF ttU KEEP. THE CHILP FOR
SAP HER STAY HERE WAS AM INDETERMINATE

TO BE ONLY TEMPORARY. ;::fcPRlODr

mm&omss jsswell; he A) h h f 4 j Un if 1
OH i THERE'S THE SHERIFFS CAR. I ? 1 i jLXU
I GUESS HE'S JNSIPE TALKIM' TOf I
better. wArrp ,v -Sr j.1:

A x7

3

. HWii' l

I tell you 7 vvoulpmtapvise youtd po

r WOMT ANYTHIM& RASH. 50O? PAY

PO IT-1 FOR NOW Li

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f JEWEL

HOW lKfc ycu

SPEAK.TO AAE THAT
WAY?? I--REFUSE TO
t W V 1 1 I i mil I If

:.U91CN 4t-wt-n ius.;p

OH IT WAS ONLY I

A JOKE WOT A I

OH, JEWEL, JEWEL I
MY PRECIOUS JEWEL.'

F0R6IVE MB FOR I- VERY .COOP ONE,!
SPEAKINS HARSHLY 1T SEEMS' rll

TO YOU .' X FEAR yTl'rnrl
I AM UPSET, h



AH. LUCKY ME--'

V GOT TVtVE OOLLARS7

LEFT OVER THVS WEEK'

-AND

Ml NET

its All

U I'LL JUST HIDE IT

kc ir inc.

WHERE JTIL

'f0 l CLOSET WHERE JT1L J

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iVi ;-Tk' 'jW'J -, -A ''
1T91 1 (. AH, LUCKY J REMEMBERED P I m )" 75 A!4 T'S. A :
IS Sjfl V THI LOOSE FLOOR BOARD '141 ( BOARO DOWN, I DEF
HI 11 IN THE UPSTAIRS HALL VP .r& : 10. . .t.-.. ..:; f .lANVONe IN THE .'S ;
... ru-stick my little J g e 17;, ';:'--(-yridtoiit;v3
LOOK, POP-1 VMAS ) : J ? I Z' THEPES JUST ONE -r-" ' d
SITTING IN THERE 3 ( SAFE PLACE.TO KEEP fp7-;
and this rollof ) a7 i&lvZr Y: MONsy-Buweooeep f : i --Jl'J Y:'
BILLS DROPPED J 'im, ( N MOTHER EARTH I yfX TT I
IN my LAP FROM AJwr JbV v VJ V LIKE THE PIPATES 5ivNifNNAv
V THE VENTILATOR b&$p Jfr USED TO PO LT I' UI T TT T
v sLr jSm r .;r ft H
v'ftV''1'1'"'1 "" "- f .....t
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1lOW tlL REPLACE THE SCO W fi-x.V A I I .".'.T:lt Uaj, x k.' XIh-IVa
" V JUST AS ITAWAS BEFORE, OCZSflHt A0T X-lOTlT '
V and nobody Will ever l, , a. JrST- VrT w4(CWl V icrOLU 1
V know of my own t-vyVVVvVVvV 1.... JfyjflV i ? I
K PRIVATE LITTLE Jn ITTu M T IT VHf i iJ -lT S
: f 1 I' '1 "0 .-Jrtfet '"3 HERE, YOU TAKE VwA ; -'i d5vwi V'
.vrV:,-:!--'; 1 r its your turn iJr&rs v;

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