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Norway Nabs Soviet
Seaman For Spying
AALESUND, Norway, Feb. 4 (UP) A crewman a a-board
board a-board one of the 16 Soviet-ships seized for poaching in
Norwegian waters has been linked with a Soviet spy ring
in Norway, authorities said today.
Norwegian officials identified the : man as Arthur
Oeyen, a Soviet citizen of Norwegian extraction. They said
he was fingered in a spy case in Kirkenes, Norway, in
Oeyen has been acting as an
- interpreter for the detained Soviet
fishermen in Aalesund. His official
capacity is supervisor of the Rus Russian
sian Russian fleet's fishing equipment a a-board
board a-board the factory ship Tambov.
The 8,-000-ton Tambov was one
of the 16 Russian fishing boats
intercepted by the Norwegian navy
. for violating Norway's four-mile
territorial limits. The Soviet fish fishing
ing fishing fleet, numbering up to 80 ves vessels,
sels, vessels, moved in Monday and con
tinued operations for the next four I
days despite Norwegian naval ac action
tion action and protests to Moscow.
All radio transmitters aboard
the captured boats were sealed
by police last night after it had
The second Central American
Congress of Obstetrics and Gyneco Gynecology
logy Gynecology closed yesterday afternoon af after
ter after three days.0f discussion of pro problems
blems problems connected with maternal
Top specialists from the United
States, Central and South America
and the Caribbean countries at attended
tended attended the Congress, which was
sponsored by the Panamanian So Society
ciety Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
Nearly 100 delegates from 16
The Congress discussed specifi specifically
cally specifically plans for an anti-cancer cam campaign,
paign, campaign, the treatment of types of
feminine cancer, modern tenden
cies in obstetrics ana Diagnosis m
The special conferences by spe specialists
cialists specialists Invited by the Congress
were followed by round-table dis discussions
cussions discussions in which all delegates par participated.'
ticipated.' participated.' -'
Among the highlights of the clos closing
ing closing scientific session was a film
presented by Dr. Alfredo Sardiiia,
eminent Cuban obstetrician, on his
' new "micro-incision" method for
Banned By Auslria
As 'Security Risk'
VIENNA, Feb. 4 (UP) The
Austrian government today out outlawed
lawed outlawed the Communist-run World
Federation of Trade Unions which
has its headquarters here.
The Austrian Interior Ministry
laid the operations of the organi organisation
sation organisation "endangered the security
ef the Austrian state."
The announcement said the WF WFTU,
TU, WFTU, which registered in newly-sov-ereignjAustria
last year, was "dis "dissolved'1
solved'1 "dissolved'1 It said that Louis Saillant, sec secretary
retary secretary general of the Communist Communist-led
led Communist-led labor group, has been inform informed
ed informed of the. Austrian government's
The WFTU was formed after the
war nd had its headquarters in
Paris until 1951 when the French
government expe'led it as a Corn Corn-inform
inform Corn-inform front.
Anti-Communist labor organiza organizations
tions organizations split with it and formed their
own organization, the International
Confederation of Free Trade Unions
After it was kicked out of France,
the WFTU operated out of Vienna
under protection of the Red Army.
When Austria became independent
under the peace treaty, the WFTU
filed its registration under Aus Austrian
trian Austrian law on July 21, 1955.
To Be Enshrined
WASHINGTON, Feb. 4 (UP)
A House Interior and Insular
Affairs subcommittee has voted
to establish a national memorial
to Booker T. Washington at the
famous Negro's' birthplace in
Franklin County, Virginia.
The legislation would author authorize
ize authorize expenditure of $200,000 to re restore
store restore the old plantation and es-.
tablish a museum.
been ascertained thpv hart, mn
tinued to send messages. Contents
or destinations ot the messages
were not revealed. The remainder
ot the Soviet fleet still lurked
outside Norwegian waters.
Ten Panamanian technicians
will enroll in the second Inter Inter-American
American Inter-American Audio-Visual Work Workshop
shop Workshop which will start Monday
morning at the University of
Panama ana the vocational Ar Ar-tes
tes Ar-tes y Oficios school under the
sponsorship of the Point Four
The trainees are Benjamin
Patino and Luzdelia Dominguez,
from the Extension Division of
the Ministry of Agriculture; Ro Ro-gelio
gelio Ro-gelio Martinez, from the office
of information at SICAP; Naza Naza-rio
rio Naza-rio Correa, from the Inter Inter-American
American Inter-American OrsanJi'atlon against
Hoof and Mouth Dts e a f e;
and Hector Sinclair, from the
division of health education of
the Ministry of Social Welfare
and Public Health.
The Ministry of Education will
send five trainees who are: Al Alberto
berto Alberto Suman, Abraham Mendo-
za, Gabriel Ramos Merida, Man
uel Chong and Juana Zetner, all
professors in Panamanian high
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The Panamanian participants
will take five courses: wrltint
for ; audio-visual media; silk
screen process; graphic and du duplication
plication duplication techniques; still photo photography
graphy photography and dark room tech
niques; simple motion picture
techniques; and maltenance and
repair of audio visual equipment.
The faculty will be composed
of technicians from Panama,
Bolivia, Chile, Costa Rica, Puer Puerto
to Puerto Rico, Mexico and the United
The second Inter-American
Audio-Visual seminar will begin
Monday morning with the parti
cipation of 55 representatives of
14 Latin American countries.
PItETTY TORERA Lovely American girl matador Bette Ford
' (above') who arrived from Mexico City Friday, will fight two
bulls at La Macarena bullring this afternoon. The former New
York model first appeared here last January.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 4 (UP) -Sen.
John J, Sparkman said today
Republicans must accept the fact
inai rresiaem Eisenhower's health
will be a campaign issue if he
seeks a second term.
The Alabama Senator, 1952 De Democratic
mocratic Democratic vice presidential- nomi nominee,
nee, nominee, made the statement in com commenting
menting commenting on Remarks by former
President Truman at New York
In a clear reference to Mr
Eisenhower's health, Mr. Truman
said Democrats would give the
country a chance to vote for a
President "not a regency or a
part-time chairman of the board
"The Republicans mieht as well
get it into their heads that it won't
be kept out as an issue," Spark
man told a reporter. "They might
as well get used to it.
He added significantly that Mr
Eisenhower has "shown that he's
thinking about, it himself."
Such comments as Mr. Truman's
and Sparkman's provided new evi evidence
dence evidence that Democrats are not go going
ing going to ignore the fact that Mr.
Eisenhower suffered a heart attack
last fall if he decides to run again
The President himself has given
the Democrats plenty to talk about
by his candid remarks about the
weight he is attaching to his physi
cal condition in making his dec!
Elsewhere on the" political front,
Minnesota backers of Senate Ke
publican Leader William F. Know'
land took preliminary steps to en enter
ter enter him in their state's GOP presi
dential primary March 20. Mr.
Eisenhower already is entered.
The Knowland group picked op
necessary papers at the statenouse
at St Poul yesterday to file his
name before the Feb. 15 deadline.
They indicated he approved the
action with the understanding that
he would pull out if Mr. Eisenhower
announced plans to run Deiore me
Minnesota deadline for withdrawal
Feb. 25.. y
No Words, Title;
Merely A Banning
LONDON, Feb. 4 (UP) The
British Broadcasting Corporation
which rules on the propriety of
songs before they can be played
over the air, has banned an Amer American
ican American song which has no words
and not even a title.
The music is the theme song
from the picture "The Man With
The Golden Arm." A BBC official
would only say "thin niimb h
been placed on our restricted list.'
BanrllrnHpr Kddiei Calvert, who
rnpnrHprl 't.h jnntf here, said the
B.B.C. told him the song was ban banned
ned banned because it comes from a film
PANAMA, R. P., SUNDAY,
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KEEPING UP WITH HARRY As former President Harry S.
Truman (left) takes one of his. brisk morning walks in New
York, an enterprising cameraman, Eugene Broda, who in the
past has had trouble keeping up with Mr. Truman, skates
backwards on his daughter's roller skates to film the event
The former President chuckled when he saw Broda and said'
"Enterprise like that ought to get you a raise."
Judy Garland Leaves Husband, Seeks
Divorce Action; Couple Split on.$$
HOLLYWOOD, Feb. 4 (UP)
Judy Garland gave the gate in a
divorce suit to the man respon responsible
sible responsible for her comeback because,
friends said today, she was up
set over husband : Sid Luffs
The singer added another un unhappy
happy unhappy event to her troubled life
yesterday when she moved out
of the couple's home while Lult
was at wokr and filed the suit in
Santa Monica Superior Court.
Judy packed her three chil children
dren children and moved in with friends.
She was not available to com
ment on me acuon mat caugni
movletown by surprise.
But Luft, left in the" empty
Holmby house, sadly told his side
of the story. ;
He admitted they had had a
"personal problem." He denied it
was financial. But friends said
the couple had quarreled over
Luffs frequent unprofitable
trips to the race track.
s Judy's producer-husband re
cently was sued by Warner's
studio for $5000 he borrowed but
had not paid back. Jack Warner
had been a close friend of the
pair and backed Miss Garland's
BOGOTA, Colombia, Feb. 4
(UP) The publishers of El Es Es-pectador,
pectador, Es-pectador, Colombia's leading op opposition
position opposition newspaper, have an announced
nounced announced a decision to liquidate
the firm because the govern government
ment government has made it impossible for
them to publish the paper.
El Espectador suspended pub publication
lication publication on Jan. 6 after the cen censorship
sorship censorship office ordered it to sub submit
mit submit its entire material to exam examination
ination examination prior to publication,
sending It to the censor's main
office In the national capital.
The publishers said it would be
physically Impossible to do that
and get the material bacK in
time for publication at the re
The government also ordered
EI Espectador to pay more than
$120,000 additional income tax
and fines on the prounds that
the newspaper's 1954 income tax
return was inaccurate.
The publishers served formal
notice on the staff that their
collective labor contract was
suspended for reasons beyond
their control. : .
The Cano family, publishers of
the naper, had asked for offi official
cial official license to publish a new dai
ly. They said, however that the
government failed to even an
swer their request, and that it
had shown .''inexcusable dis discourtesy"
courtesy" discourtesy" in refusing to receive
FEBRUARY 5, 1936
picture "A Star Is
Friends said the Lufts still
were in debt for an extensive re remodeling
modeling remodeling job on their house.
Luft did not know his famous
wife had left him until Inform Informed
ed Informed by United Press.
Queen After Auto
Conks Out On Way
KADUNA, Nigeria.' Feb. 4 (UP)
Queen Elizabeth II was "res
cued" yesterday by 20 stalwart
Algerians when the royal Rolls
Royce broke down.
The big open car carrvinu the
Queen and her husband, the Duke
of Edinburgh,' "conked out" on the
mile-long road to government
house, Twenty happy Nigerians
substituted manpower for horse
power and pushed the heavy car
me remainder of the way.
. Last night, the Queen and Duke
watched a display of dancing bv
natives clad only, in goatskin loin
cloths, bands and iron anklets
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GOV. JOHN S. SEYBOLD is shown above presenting a National Safety Council Award of
Merit earned by the Community Services Bureau to1 Wilson H. Crook, Community Services Di Director.
rector. Director. Other officials present at the ceremony are (from Jeft to right) Emmett Zemer Com Community
munity Community Services safety representative; Jack C. Randall, chief of the Housing Division; P. S.
Thornton, general manager of the Service Center Division; Seybold; W. R. Lindsay, chief of the
Grounds Maintenance Division; Crook; Lt Gov. H. W. Schull.-Jr.j- G. 0. Kellar, chief of the
Safety Branch. ., v-..'-.j: -.- ;..,'''.-,',''
, The award was earned by the Community Services Bureau for having completed more than
1,310.000 man hours without a disabling injury through the period from May 10 through Nov.
15, 1955. It was th first to be given to any operating bureau of the Canal organization for
completing more than 1,000,000 consecutive man hours -without such, an injury.
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For US, Reds
GENEVA, Feb. 4 (UP) Rep Representatives
resentatives Representatives of the United
States and Red China met for
the 35th time in seven months
today in an atmosphere of ten
slon heightened by the threat
of new communist aggression in
the Far East.
U. S. ambassador U. Alexis
Johnson and Red ambassador
Wang Ping-Nan met In secret
at the Palace of. Nations here.
There appeared to be no pro prospect
spect prospect of progress toward break
ing the i months-long deadlock
in the talks.
Reports from Taipei of a com communist
munist communist fleet menacing the Mat Mat-su
su Mat-su islands recalled the Reds' re renewed
newed renewed threats to seize U. S. S.-protected
protected S.-protected Formosa by force.
The Taipei report said a flo flotilla
tilla flotilla of Red gunboats and
"smaller vessels" stabbed last
night toward' the tiny island of
Kaoteng in the Ma'tsu group,
but was Intercepted and driven
off by the Chinese nationalist
01 York Flays
DURHAM, England. Feb. 4
(UP) The newly-elected Arch Archbishop
bishop Archbishop of York said today that
American evangelist Billy Gra Graham
ham Graham teaches the-'-'grossesfc doc doctrines"
trines" doctrines" and presents a "very dis distorted'
torted' distorted' picture of the Gospel.
Dr. Arthur M. Ramsey, co co-primate
primate co-primate of the Church of Eng England,
land, England, criticized the North Caro Carolina
lina Carolina preacher in the diocesan
magazine of Durham, of which
he was bishop before elevation
to the see of York last month.
In an article entitled "The
menace of Fundamentalism,"
Ramsey' said there is evidence
that Graham, currently in India,
"has taught the grossest doc doctrines
trines doctrines and flung his formula
'the Bible' over teaching which
is emphatically not that of the
He said Graham's statement
that "the Bible is 'a book writ written
ten written by God through 30 secreta secretaries"
ries" secretaries" is an error ''overthrowing
the nature of a sacrament."
Ramsey said that the funda fundamentalist
mentalist fundamentalist doctrine of atonement
when accompanied by the fun fundamentalist's
damentalist's fundamentalist's pulpit cliche "the
Bible says" is "a very distorted
view of the apostolic Gospel."
The archbishop said funda fundamentalist
mentalist fundamentalist technique is to call for
an immediate d e c 1 s 1 o n for
Christ, "in which the mind is
not asked to particlDate.''
"This stifling of the mind in
the process of decision . may
brine the most terrible revenges
In skepticism and dlsilluslon-
ments," he said
v. Arrangements were completed at Balboa Heights
yesterday for the Customs Division of the Civil Affairs
Bureau to issue the required identification forms as joint jointly
ly jointly approved by United States and Panamanian authori authorities
ties authorities for the purchase of alcoholic beverages in the Repub Republic
lic Republic of Panama at reduced import duty.
Canol Zone customs officials will issue the forms ta
all eligible persons except members or employes of th
A decree issued by the Panama Government, ac according
cording according to Balboa Heights, authorizes the following per persons
sons persons to participate in the 75 per cent reduction on the
import tax on alcoholic beverages.
All residents of the Canal Zone; U.S. citizens who
are employes of U.S. government agencies in the Canal
Zone and who reside in the Republic of Panama; and
U.S. military personnel residing in the Republic of Pan Panama
ama Panama regardless of citizenship.
Beginning next Thursday, the
forms will be available from the
Customs Division offices at the
Port Captain's Building In Bal Balboa
boa Balboa and the Administration
Building in Cristobal.
. For purchases by individuals
the Division win issue the nec necessary
essary necessary documents to the em employes
ployes employes of the Canal organiza organization
tion organization and their dependents, and
to other residents in the Canal
Zone except the members or em employes
ployes employes of the Armed Forces.
The Issue of forms to the lat-
Peron: I Am
MILAN, Italy, Feb. 4 (UP)
Juan D. Peron, writing in an
ItaJ'an magazine, today blam blamed
ed blamed the Vatican and an "pit
war" between the Un i t e d
State and Britain for his ous ouster
ter ouster as President of Argentina.
"Like' the Iranian Premier
Mohammed Mossadegh, I am
a Tictlm of the ... war be between
tween between Britain and the Un'ted
States for control of Argentine
oil," he wrote In the first in installment
stallment installment of a series for the
The Vatican, he said, "acted
against Argentina as It had
never acted in the past a a-ga'nst
ga'nst a-ga'nst Communist countries."
ST" P I
ter will be handled iirrt.1w
the military authorities.
tArmy. Navy and Air Form
components of the Caribbean
command will issue authors '.h '.h-tlon
tlon '.h-tlon 'forms to their tf (
military and civilian per'iou.'.cl',
for individual purchasers in the
Republic of PanamaDetails of
how the authorization forms
may be obtained will b n.
nounced by the services.)
The forms, which will be in
valid after IS days of the date
issued and which are not
transferable, mil require the
signature and address of the
prospective purchaser', name
of the employer; and quantity
boughlPe beverae i(:e
When duly certified by a Cus Customs
toms Customs officer Who Will numh
each certificate and ctat th.
date and place of issue, the com completed
pleted completed forms may be presented
to any retail outlet in the Re-
yuuuc or Manama and the pur purchase
chase purchase made of the specified a a-mount
mount a-mount at the reduced rate by
the person to whom issued.
-The blank forms, which must
be completed in duplicate, can
be Obtained from either the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa or Cristobal offir
Customs Division' at any "tlm
between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m.,
Mondays through Fridays, be beginning
ginning beginning next Thursday. :
Individuals desiring to make
purchases at the reduced tm tm-port
port tm-port duty must appear- at Cus
toms in person.
The identiflcatlott fnrmnHii
be required solely for use by in-
uiviuuai purcnasers or liquors at
outlets .Within the Rennhli. f
Sales by private clubs and oth other
er other authorized outlets in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone which nr it
sell alcoholic beverages will be
controlled by .terms and condi-
uuiia oi meir licenses and oth other
er other policies and requirements of
the Canal Zone Government.
, Those persons who make pack package
age package purchases through their
piivate clubs will be required to
sign a register Indicating the
quantity and type of beverage
Actor Clark Gable and his
wife, the former Kay Spree,
kles, arrived In Balboa today
with Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Keith
I.udwlg aboard the latter's mo motor
tor motor yacht Danginn.
Described by observers as
the "sweetest thing that's put
in here in some time," .the
Danginn carr es a crew of 10,
all Germans except for one
Hungarian who is cook and
The party will stay here n.
til Feb. 9 when the yacht v i'l
transit northbound. The r r-sengers
sengers r-sengers will take a plane i r
Caracas and spend sevr 1
days there, joining the y t
later on the Venezuelan cr ..
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' YOU MEAN SOME OF YOU are lirr.p-wittcd cnoush
as to still b6 persisting la reading this junk. Wiir noth nothing
ing nothing ever cure you? Poor, submissive fools.
Just to keep you happy, I am prepared to reveal ex exclusively
clusively exclusively in this space the fact that I was in harmony
with the hops the other day at Rolando's Hideaway,
fretting more than a little over what on earth could
have become of the Panamanian team at the winter
Olympics at Cortina, Italy. It's all right for the Russians
to win the speed skating and the Austrians to win the
skiing and the Americans to win the figure skating, but
what about Panama.
Don't give me that stuff about there being no snow
on the Isthmus. This is the place where they can give
you a better snow job than just about anywhere.
These things was thinking about, and also whether
maybe there hadn't been a slip-up in Panama's failure
to enter Red's cab in the winter Olympics as a one- -wheeled
open shay, when it was drawn to my wandering
attention that the Army had seen fit to lift the ban on
the chauffeur who was banished from Fort Amador hav having
ing having in the lists presided over by Judge Deming, won a
tilt with the do-it-yourself speed trap pieced together by
some member of the Amador brass band.
You will remember that the chauffeur's banishment
did not smell good, following as soon as it did upon a
civilian court acquittal of said chauffeur on speed, trap
charges. That same speed trap.
' Well, now we have something that does indeed smell
good. 'It is the capacity of the Army publicly to rectify
a boo-boo. This honesty can do nothing but better the
Army's reputation with its employers, to wit the 'tax 'tax-payers..
payers.. 'tax-payers.. ;;:;;;..;v;.v;;'-,' V''r ;';- v..'-
Let it be well understood that I have no knowledge
of who it was that first made the stupid decision to ban
the chauffeur from Amador. I am well persuaded that
it was someone right up near the top rank, as it is not
the custom for lesser beings to get away with such fool foolishness.
ishness. foolishness. There are more checks on them.
For the moral of the story, the higher the blunder blunderer's
er's blunderer's rank, the better. Because it was proven here on. the
Zone last week that the Army has the ability smoothly
to recover i grotesque fumble. s
I would therefore declare that oit Amador right now
either there are several unnamed officers of less than the
mos.t exalted rank who merit our complete confidence
for their ability to quietly effectively, compensate for a
superior's pettish simplicity;
Or there is a senior officer who recognizes when he
has made a fool of himself and the Army, and has the
good grace and sense to recover the situation as soon as
this awareness comes to him.
Was a pity the chauffeur had to be put through
some needless hoops to prove it. But it is nice to have
so plainly proved that at Amador there are men to whom
trivial foolishness and phony pride do not rate above the
tenets of justice and equity which are as integral a part
of the United States as her rivers, coastlines, and even
maybe West Point. ;
If these Amador guys will permit, then, I hereby
make a creaky but thankful bow in their direction.
Recovering my normally distorted posture, I will now
proceed to salute the authorities of the Canal Zone and
Panama for achieving, between them, something which
devoted students of drinking history, among them the
late and most lamented H. L. Menken, had long report reported
ed reported to be impossible.
So great is .the measure of praise merited by this;
feat that 1 shall make not the slightest attempt to ap-
portion it between the Zone and the Republic. There is
ample indeed for both.
What has been achieved, to lighten our sometimes
lack-lustre days, is that there has been discovered a pro process
cess process to make the buying of a bottle of liquor even more
complicated than it was in the days of prohibition.
A shame indeed that. Menken was unable to wait
around to see this. Or maybe he had some forewarning
of its coming, and preferred to depart.
The process for buying a bottle of liquor has been
governmentalized thus, if I may quote with morbid joy
from the front page of today's paper:
"The forms, which -will be invalid after 15 days of
the date of issue, and which are not transferable, and
quantity and type of beverage to be bought.";
The forms, of course, will be completed in duplicate.
That's for double Scotches.
Isn't that a sight more complicated; than trying to-"
find the telephone number of a half-way-trustworthy
bootlegger? x ".v. t,
My guess was away off base on this issue, as' on just
about every other issue you could care, to' name. It. was
inconceivable to me that sq much time could be. fritter frittered
ed frittered away on the planning were the whole thing not to
become another payroll deduction item! ,'
. I know some guys who would ensure themselves long
tenure with the Canal by getting overdrawn till 1970, at
their regular rate of pay. That's what you call job secur security,
ity, security, man. v ..:.:..-,. .:Cv--V''vv :';-'".VW;''-';
And, seriously now, I don't want to hear any moan moaning
ing moaning from you discontented crew about the alleged com complexities
plexities complexities of this new deal-.
Kindly note with thanks that the Canal Zone-after
mature consideration has decided that the permit need
not necessarily be countersigned by either your wife or
your usual lottery ticket vendor.
-. It does not demand a, reference from either your
bank manager, or your favorite bartender. '.
It does not specify what colors the various forms will
come in.' v" '. :-t-v-;-'".;'
Neither does the announcement reveal who in the
Canal organization is going to have the job of counting
up how many bottles each Zonian buys, and of what
substance. This is going to create vacancies for all sorts
of new statisticians, and thus assists job security some
That part about all Zone residents being entitled is
nice. That lets the missionaries in. I was getting wor worried
ried worried about them. Some I heard, were some part of the
way to being forced to switch tc( atabrin from gin,' as a v
' All in all, I want to hear no complaining at all about
this giant step in government administration.
It's the first time to my knowledge that anyone has
been able to manage to dovetail government operations
so smoothly that the procedure for buying a bottle of of-Scotch
Scotch of-Scotch is virtually identical with, than for letting con contract
tract contract to complete the third locks.
PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT comes this "Week
from no less wet a source than the Meteorological and
Hydrographic office at Balboa Heights, which noted a
1 inches of rain at Gatun during January. Never have
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PARIS. "Feb. 4 (UP)-The Fa-
fa sliions shows turned
MEXICO CITY (-UP)-A mod-' met a freighter which cave
rn-dav "Wamforin Jew nt th his actual nositirm a 17(1 miles off
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foot un-foot sloop,). 'That helped me a lot. and t few rs.fpmin7SA hmir.Biass
s now is preparing to jump off into days later I was met oy-a rencn (
51 the Pacific. liner," Havkins resumed. "I wasisu"u elle- . fr.alion. accen.
Joseph Havkins, frail "natural invited to climb aboard and. 1 1 .Jh 195 Fath t
born seaman- from Latvia, said created a sensation with my Tar-I1"3 M J50 nd hlR.se
he .will put his tiny craft on I zan-like- appearance and my A.r.f.nW.JhSh
trailer and drive it to Acapulco to; pararenal beard,"
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MEMBERS OF THE REVIEWING PARTY Co!. J. J. Davis, commandant U.S. Army Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean School; Jose Maria Gonzalez, Governor of Colon, and Col. Harold J. Pearson, and
the senior officer of 17. nations waich during parade ceremonies commemorating Organisa Organisation
tion Organisation Day at the ISARCARIB School at Fort William Davis. The 17 senior officers represent
the 17 Central and South Amrrican countries that have students in the school
f (U.S. Army Photo)
isail in mid-February for the South
I iSeas in the second lap of his eight-
year tour of the world.
II The 41-vear-old elibetrotter said
his boat, Lamerhak, (To the Far
Away, in Hebrew) has behaved
"beautifully" since he began his
trip at Malaga, Spain, Nov. 1, 1953.
And there is no reason at all
down the Intraeoastal Waterway
from New York to Miami he kept
"just one jump ahead of the hurri hurricanes
canes hurricanes Connie and Diane ...
"When Connie was hitting
Moorehead City I was in Beaufort,
and when Diane was whipping
Wilmington I was putting in at
why it shouldnt continue to act Savannah."
mceiy during tne rest oi my joy- Havkins said that while doing
age until somet.me in 1961, he;the Havana t0 progreSo route,
added. -,. lacross the Ucatan Channel.' he hit
nowevw, ne sm ins jho.i im w stiff, norther of fu sale force.
THE BAZAAR at St. Mary's School had a successful day- Friday. A record crowd enjoyed
the features set up on the school grounds in Balboa. The Bazaar ran through last night
The profits from this bazaar will gotoward the" building fund for the proposed addition
to5 the present St. Mary's School. One wing of the new building will be completed this year.
The ground-breaking ceremonies will be held shortly.
Army Sergeant Spearheads Aid
For Homeless German Orphans
FT. KNOX, Ky. (-UP) -There
are 500 children in Germany and
another 100 or so in this country
who believe that SFC. Charles E.
Davis, Bangor, Pa., is a year year-round
round year-round Santa Claus. r
And the children's belief is wcU wcU-founded,1
founded,1 wcU-founded,1 for Davis, a Tennessee Tennessee-born
born Tennessee-born orphan now stationed with the
701st Military Police Battalion
here, has become a sort of guard guardian
ian guardian angel for orphans.
He was responsible for organiz organizing
ing organizing the Hands Across the Ocean
Committee, which' provides' assist assistance
ance assistance for the orphanages m West
Germany. ': "' ':.
It all began when Davis, now a
49-year-old Military Police veteran
Oi 31 years of service, was sta stationed
tioned stationed near Pottsville, V.- m
1952. He discovered a down-at-the-hcels
orphanage housing 106 cnil-
"""'quick investigation convinced
him., that the institution needed
hch) badly, and he decided to do
41 (revmen Rescued
Off Grounded Ship
WICK, Scotland, Feb. 4 -(UP)
Three British helicopters battl
ing gale force winds rescued all
41 crewmen today from a Nor
wegian tanker being dashed to
pieces against jagged rocks off
Scotland's coast. .
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The air-sea rescue was one of
the biggest in history. .
Rescue vessels stood by helples
ty, DiocKea Dy tremendous seas
and rocky shoals from approach'
mg the wrecked 9,862-ton Dov Dov-refjell,
refjell, Dov-refjell, while the tiny helicopters
carnea me crewmen to safety.
ine ivorwegian ship went
aground between Scotland's
northern most tip and the Orkney
girdle the earth alone will be
broken at Acapulco. To "prevent
boredom" in the vast immensities
of the Pacific he will get a parrot
which "will be the cleverest of his
"I'll teach him the' eight lan languages
guages languages I know English, Spanish,
French, German, Russian, He Hebrew,
brew, Hebrew, Yiddish and Latvian in the
hope of getting some sort of con conversation
versation conversation from hira sometime," he
Havkins said crossing the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic from Las Palmas,- in the
Canary Islands to New York, by
way of San Juan, Puerto Rico, took
him 82 days, 59 of which he didn't
even see the smoke of any ship on
"Many times I felt I was fhe
last man on earth," he said.'
Before reaching Las Palmas, he
spent "week after week" near the
coast of Africa or in small towns
on that continent
The seaman said his boat was
"badly shaken" by many storms
in mid-Atlantic, including at least
two which made him feel he was
"aboard a submarine, instead of
the good old Lamerhak.
"But the boat always pulled up
nicely," he added.
The only actual trouble he ex
perienced was when he lost his
wrist chronometer only a week out
of Las Palmas. He could determine
latitudes with his sextant but not
"So. two weeks later I went
down to the Puerto Rico parallel
and then I set my course straight
west, expecting to get to that
island someday, he said. "I al always
ways always kept my day-to-day approxi approximate
mate approximate position, however, by. dead
About 65 days out of Malaga, he
something about it. He bustled
back to his MP company, enlisted
the support of other, soldiers, both,
monetary and physical, and began
a building fund which was used to
buy blankets, food and toys for the
children. - ..
Soon after helping put the Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Pennsylvania orphanage' on its feet,
Davis was transfered to Germany.
There he found children in even
worse condition than at the Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Pennsylvania orphanage. Many still
lived in the streets, dirty and desti destitute,
tute, destitute, because of overdrowded con conditions
ditions conditions in orphanages.
"Onkel Davis," as hundreds of
German children soon were, to call
him, went right to work. He or organized
ganized organized a group of MP's to assist
in improving conditions at tlu; or orphanages
phanages orphanages in towns near his base.
They rounded up dozens orcbts,
boxes of clothes an'd blankets and
hundreds of colorful toys.
The sergeant then began writing
letters to friends at Army posts in
tne United States. European news
men, convinced of his sincerity and
'desire to help, gave wide distribu distribution
tion distribution to bis' appeals.
A Pennsylvania shoemaker fa
miliar with Davis' work, in his
state, shipped 1,500 pairs of new
shoes, which delighted childrne
' who previously had known only
wooden sabots or pieces of old
leather held together with string.
A St. Petersburg, Fla., lumber lumberman
man lumberman recruited funds from his so social
cial social clubs. German physicians
: volunteered to give tne orphans
free medical care. Soon so many
'gifts were pouring in that the
I Hands Across the Ocean Commit-
tee had to be formed to help Davis
! und his assistants with their distri distribution.
bution. distribution. 3 .;
i All' military personnel involved
contributed their off-duty time to
the program. -.-i
When Davis loft Europe, his Ar-
imy friends and German helpers
were sponsoring some 500 orphans.
Davis still continues his self-imposed
task of co-ordinating aid to
the European projects,, assisted
by his family.--
Davis" principal project now is
tn raise S10.000 to renovate a Ger
man mansion now being used as 1 sand of these applicants has
an orphanage. -The international a chance of making the grade,
eroup he founded has forlbed a The men who pass the batteries
Dollar Friendship Club, with each of written and oral examinations
$1 annual membership going to the are then sent to the FBI academy
building fund. '; i at Quantico, va. Here they under
NO MORE MYSTERY
MERIDEN, Conn. (UP)
The-FBI solved the mystery of the
missinz fueitive. Eugene E. Gold-
ing, 22, of Wallingford walked out
of court while awaiting trial for
theft of a motor vehicle. Later,
the FBI found him serving a
term in state p r i s o n at South
Windham, Me. where he was sent
for stealing an automobile
He usually lowered his sails and
heaved-to when the weather was
rough, but in the channel he just
refused to do it.
"A three-knot current would i
have landed me in New Orleans,
he explained. :
"After storms,' hurricanes and
being run over by a car in Cuba,
I am ready for anything that may
come," he concluded.
IV Termed Major
Villain In Causing
CHICAGO '. (UP) Television
has replaced the family budget as
the No. 1 cause of domestic squab
bles, according to Mrs. Lillian
Sloan, head of Trav-Ler naaio
home institute. She based this
conclusion on interviews with law lawyers,
yers, lawyers, marriage counselors and set
owners. ... ..
a fiacsie of Its kind was the
case of a husband who had to get
up at 6:30 A.M.' to go to wore, ms
,uif vu. arirlicted to the night owl
movies and kept TV on until 1 or
2 A.M. They had a one-room
apartment' and the husband
couldn't sleep with the television
set going full blast.
Aoonprfins to his lawyer, he put
his foot through the 21-inch screen
and a divorce ensued.
A marriage counselor cited tele
vision as a major iacior m ma..-
cnmtimM it's the wife who is
at fault," she said. "She neglects
her housenom auues io wa. u-,
"But often it's the husband who
comes home from work, plops
down in front of the set and com communicates
municates communicates with, his wife only in
Television sets figure frequently
in divorce nronerty settlements,
An A attnrnev reported.
"Husband and wife may agree
on disposing oi tne iuhuwib,
famUy silver and stocks and
bonds." he said, "but they'll fight
a knockdown, drag-out battle over
Dior created a sensation in style
circles yesterday with his besom besom-less
less besom-less figure. His previous "H' and
"A" silhouettes played up the
Mme. Fath combined the dar daring
ing daring and demure in styles designed
to please both men and women,
Her curvacious "chalice- line" dif differed
fered differed in many respects from the
trend toward flat besom, h i g h
waist, broad shoulers and thin
hips established by other dress dressmakers
makers dressmakers this week.
Like Dior, the Blonde Stylist
achieved her silhouette with a
firmly-laced corset. But unlike
Dior,: who raised the waist high,
she kept the waist in its normal
The path styles emnnasizea w
oouter-Dieeon besomhne with a
horizontal seam across tne cresi
of the bust. In contrast to this
daring feature, the creations nad
demurelv-hieh collars, irmy ja
bots, cuffs and dickeys of white
Suits were fitted tightly with ex
tra short basques. Many had in inset
set inset belts tied at the waist. False
froufrou jabos simulated blouses
on many gray worsted and navy
blue wool models.
3 piiCCS up Cmiiij
Band Instruments j;
and Electric Organs ;
Call for information
7i!ii:m Vi;!:!i3 5:11
Tel. 3-631S Box 282, Balboa, C. zJ
Seen By Services
WASHINGTON, Feb. 4 -(UP)
-The chief of Navy Ordnance dis-
KinspH tnHav that a number oi
workers at Army and Navy ord
nance plants throughout tne
country will be laid ou in me
next six months.
Rear Adm. F. S. witmngion
told newsmen the Pentagon win
announce the exact number of
He said the reduction is neces necessary
sary necessary because ammunition stocks,
depleted by the Korean War, now
have been restored. He said the
lay-offs have nothing to do with
"All we need now is to supply
peacetime needs," Withington
"Asked when emDlovmcnt lev
els might be restored, he said,
"that depends on wneincr a
shooting war starts." v s
.Withincton said all of the N a
vy's 12 coastal and 5. inland ord ordnance
nance ordnance plants will be ,"more or
less" affected Dy tnei reaucuuii
RIOVADO CALENDAR WATCIIES
17 Jewels, Waterproof, Shockproof,
18 Kt. gold top 70.40
U. S. PRICE ...125.00
YOU SAVE 78 or .... 55.40
Aquamarines, Amethysts, Topazei
'in a large variation of sizes,
also in pairs for earrings from 0.50 p. carat
0. S. PRICE .from 1.50 p, carat
YOU SAVE ...200 or ...from 1.00 p. carat
GEORG JENSEN STERLING
6-piece place setting, ACORN pattern ... 43.40
U. S. Price 72.20
YOU SAVE ..46 or ........ 22.80
Lots of Parking Space in Front oi Our Store
VouId-Be FBI Man
Forced To Undergo
Slern Menial Tesls
WASHINGTON (VVi A
would-be FBI agent must combine
the toughness of an army ranger
with the m e n t a 1 capacity of an
atomic scientist. And he must be
Good judgment is needed to
maKe Keen, split-second decisions.
For more than one agent has been
faced with making a premature
arrest which could have prevented
his agency from tracking down the
real nature of ring operations.
This is the essence of the, big
law enforcement agency's recruit recruiting
ing recruiting policy as framed by Director
J, iidgar Hoover.
The FBI requires its aspiring G
men to be U.S. citizens and law or
accounting school graduates. They
must fie at least 25 but not more
than 40 vears nlrl
Aptitudes sought are intelligence
and the ability to write and sneak
clearly. Prospective agents must
be "clean'that is, have no crim criminal
inal criminal record whatsoever. A brush
with police during a collegiate
prank was enough to reject one
Applications arrive from all over
the nation at the FBI's 52 field
offices. Only about one in a thou
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ENDS PC SERVICE Luis M. Dogue (right) receives retire retirement
ment retirement certificate from P.C. Terminals Division timekeeper J. O.
Reardon, marking the end of 28 years service-with i the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal organization. Looking on are E. B. OBrien left),
asst. superintendent of the Division and some of Dogue s co coworkers.
workers. coworkers. The presentation was made during a brief program,
. presided over by Jefferson Joseph.
HEAVY PROTECTION An
a".nor-plate coat weighing 65
pounds is scheduled to be issued
to Detroit, Mich. 'police It was
designed after this mockup for
, use in combating rioting crowds
and barricaded gunmen. Strap-
. on armor leggings will protect
the legs. Portholes will be
covered with bullet-proof glass.
A powerful -spotlight ; mounted
T atop the shield Will aid in maht
gun Arrow points to
Hands Across the Oecan now
operates five homes at Malhau Malhau-srn:
srn: Malhau-srn: Esslineer, Goeppincer, Ics-
slinger and Geissling, which Davis,
nopes eventually io comoine inio a
German "Children's Town," like
Boys' Town, Neb. -,
Fruit Cell Growth
-In Bottles Tet
' LOS ANGELES (UP) Now
they're growing "fruit in a bottle."
Dr. C. A. Schroeder, University
of California horticulturist, has
maintained fruit cell growth in
test tubes for periods up to five
months, a feat thought to be the
first demonstration of proliferation
of horticulturally mature fruit
tissue in test tube culture.
The procedure; of no immediate
practical value, is aii extension of
tissue cu'ture and promises new
nfnrniiilion on truit lite processes
go 16 weeks of training beginning
with judo and how to disarm an
The trainees spend endless hours
handling different weapons on the
firing range. They shoot at elec electrically
trically electrically controlled targets which
dart into view unexpectedly
An agent never fires except In
self-defense. Then he shoots to kill.
Alone with physical training the
men learn the latest in modern
crime detection. Final training and
orientation is in the FBI laboratory
in Washington, Here they're taught
subjects ranging from abnormal
psychilogy to details of some 120
federal laws. ;
All this training adds up to one
thing an unbeatable esprit de
corpb in the nation's number one
In 1954, the FBI' apprehended
10,182 fugitives and handled about
500,000 investigation matters. The
fly one-plane service to
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and WASHINGTON, D. C.
on e t ic k e t o n e p a n e a f n way
Brsniff nd Eastern Air l'ine$ join to bring
you this superb new service. Offering
El Conquistador, the very finest in luxury or
tourist' accommodations, straight through to.
New York and Washington. From those atra atra-:
: atra-: tegic centers1 your .flight timed to connect
with service to every major, city in North;
Americe and with non-stop flights to Europe.
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For Information ind resrvttoni call your travel" ant or Braniff at Avenida Tivoll 18,
telephone 2-0975, Hotel El Panama", telephone 3-1660, Ext. 130, or Panama 3-4726,
Colon Ticket Office, telephone 779 or 797,
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fbf morn-fbf j tike tiiis, valtinj while his wire mends hhi enly pair of pnia.
By ROSETTE HARGROVE suit (ready made) every two
(years, a pair of pajamas every
PARIS (NEAV If statistics 'five years. Over a period of 12
prove anything, the average French! months he acquires two' shirts,
hoiwewife does a wizard make do-ione tie, two underpants and three
amf-meml job, because, according! pairs of socks. i
to i study just published by the Na- As for his wife, if she buys a
Uonal Institute of Statistics. 50 pen fur coat she expects it to last i
cent of the male DODulation of I for the rest of her life. Other-!
France just doesn't have enough i
H is purely a matter of high
prices. For instance, before the
Jast war it took a workman
weik's salary to buv a suit
Today he has to work 11 days to
buy a moderately good quality
outfit, and his wife has to make
a dress last two .years,
A1 Frenchman spends approxi approximately
mately approximately $85 yearly on clothes, $65
for his wife. Twenty dollars go
for fflirts, underpants and socks
for Jimsclf, and lingerie for
Twtnty-ons psr esrtf of French
in airs wear no underclothes. The! simple shower, only one out oI WITH a respectful bow to the
Institute of Statistics found thatlM peasants have a 'room wherejg00d taste and practical require-
pajamas are esscnuany an iiemiuic; wdan; uie reniainuur
of "the leisured class' wardrobe! clean up over the kitchen sink.
becuse 25 per cent of French Frenchmen
men Frenchmen sleep in the shirt they've
worn all day, 15 per cent wear a
discarded shirt, 12 per cent favor
the told-type nightshirt.
: AEainst the 39 per cent who to
to bed in pajamas, four per. cent
sleep naked, and five per
come under the category of men
who. sleep in what is euphemis euphemistically
tically euphemistically listed as "divers accoutre accoutrements."
lllr. Average Frenchman buys
an, bvorcoat every eight years, a
il I Jcliai Ion J Cafe ffllalei
By ALICIA HART
METICULOUSNESS is the mark
of Jreally. good grooming. And this
especially concerns the wo in a n
wHo is perfectly dressed on a Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night with the exception of
a stocking run that she must bear
be J a use she has no replacement.
'(here-Is a basic trick to it.
Aftor each wearlnj? a garment
thijoid be shaken out, hung up
to iwr, inspected for dirt or dam dam-a;c.
a;c. dam-a;c. And the repair should be
doutr then and there so there
wiH be no crisis wheni t is next
removed from the closet.
Dirt on fabric buttons, for ex example,
ample, example, makes a suit look older
th&i it is. .There's no point in
sending it to the cleaner, for a
, good cleaner removes the but but-"
" but-" ton's before' cleaning anyway. A
home repair is the trick.
. The same applies to powder
rims on necklines, stains on cuffs,
soiled piping or trim, soiled hat hatbands,
bands, hatbands, scuffod heels, tarnished
mrtal belt buckles or fancy but but-1J
1J but-1J smudged handbag handles
np the equipment near the
closet to do these wardrobe-sav-"in?"
touch-ups. A good cleaning
flulj, a good metal polish, shoe
panned and saddle soaps, a nee nee-dlc'and
dlc'and nee-dlc'and thread and all the what what-nou
nou what-nou should be .right there so y.ou
wont say: "Well. I'll do it later.'!
A; big aid to the minor clean-
These fashions from California show, an affinity for living in the sun. Giant plaid is used (or
swim suit (left) with elasticized back for perfect fit. Plaid is red, black and white; bodice trim
- is white cotton satin. Pique cocktail dress in bon bon blue (right) has longer waistline and
tapered skirt This is In a crisp cotton pique. Ribbon is run through bodice and used to form
hi)HtrT straps. Fabrics are from Oaley and Lord. By UA1LE Dl'GAS, NEA Women's Editor.
5-L 1 '4-
wise, she buys a new dress every
two years, a niahteown everv
three years, three pairs of nylons, 1
one pair of panties and three,
The more affluent industrial-'
ist's wife expects her fur coat
to last at least 15 years. She buys 1
an average of two dresses a year,
five pairs of nylons and one
nightgown every two years. Only
the wealthy woman allows her herself
self herself to think in terms of mink.
Othor statistics can be pretty
In Paris, only one out of six
Frenchmen own a bathtub or a
two years, a niKnteown every C f 1 I f f.
in the yard or at the well. hne conservative, contemporary
In the 20 sectors, which makeistyling and sound value as the sal sal-up
up sal-up the city of Pans, 83 per cent! nit rh
til iiic liuuiva nave iicmici uaiu-
tubs nor showers. In one-fourth of
these homes there is no running
water, which means that sanitation
lis equally primitive. In these
houses water has to be fetched
at a communal tap on each floor.
Sometimes it has to be hauled
from a fountain" in the courtyard.
No wonder Pierre sleeps in his
Powder runs on necklines ran.
make a dress un wearable when!
it's not really dirty. Cotton!
swab and cleaning Huid remove
the suit without the garment's
going to cleaner's. 1
on buttons and neck-
lines and such are the double
ended cotton swahs. Cleaning fluid
if anDlied with one of these with i
auick. one? slantwise 'S tio k e s.
should not cause a ring.
ife j fciu rarniture Jeep5 Lonieivatiue oLooh
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Stainless iteel brushed to fine silver tone makes the top of this
narrow walnut coffee table. Open trm contour ehalr has s hish
back. Couch is slim, non-bulky.
By KAY SHERWOOD
NEA Staff Writer
Iments of the American family,
'new furniture for SDrine clines to
Not all toy trains that daddy lilt lilt-Not
Not lilt-Not all toy trains that daddy lik likes
es likes better than Baby does are elec electric.
tric. electric. One wooden one has spools,
blocks, logs and pegs that come off
and can be rearranged in any
number of ways. One father spent
the holidays figuring out the math mathematical
ematical mathematical possibilities. j
Linen bindings on cardboard j
Baby books don't last as long as
the books. Get a shoemaker to in install
stall install eyelets along the edge and
tie the pages together with string
or stout ribbon after Baby's de demolished
molished demolished the binding.
One set of parents decided to I
i baffle Baby's impulse to pull
!;iboos off the shelves by packing
?':lhem in too tightly for this prac-
! i tir. Smart Rahv simnlv niishps
them backwards with all his
weight until they pop loose and
then pullst hem off.
Baby will eventually learn re
spect for books if his parents re-j
V.a.v. 17.. if hA iiKihIs ti
tear them at first, don't give him
magazines to tear, He'll get the
idea all things with pages are
i good for tearing. Get him cloth or
cardboard cooks ot nis own mat
can't be torn.
For the trainine Baby. there
!iare now corduroy overalls that
have both a snap crotch and a
drop seat. This way, one can take
care of the diaper problem
I whether Babv co-operates or not.
The breast-fed Baby indicates
his readiness for weanins by be-
ing more interested in whats go
ing on around mm man in nuis'
ing. If Baby behaves this way
it's cettins to be time to
Iduce more bottles or cups, do
pending or. his taste.
At the recent International Home
Furnishings market in Chicago, I
sensational extremes In designand comfortably neat seats with-
and radical innovations were hard
Undeniably, the word "elegant"
has been overworked to describe
some of the new furniture. But
there is an air of refinement and
good taste that marks collections
due for wide distribution by spring.
And it's v heartening to me to
see the increasing cm p h a s i s
placed on good-looking styles in
the moderate-priced field. While
I don't consider a $200 sofa a
giveaway, I saw several that
compared more than favorably
with some selling at two and
three times the price.
The Italian provincial influence
is apparent in mahy collections.
The straight, tapereu tines snow
up well in dining room sets,
chests and tables. Scandinavia is
looked to by other designers for
Beginning Your Square, Meal Diet
SQUARE MEAL DIET
You don't have to go hungry to keep your weight in check. A lensible diet can
be three square meals a day, adding up to a healthful 1400 calories. Here's the first
of such a seven-day diet planned for you by Mrs. Dolores I. Elliott, a consumer spe specialist
cialist specialist for the National Dairy Council and a former food editor and home economics
director. During this series, four TV stars will team up with Mfs. Elliott to show they
keep their figures, too, on a "Square Meal Diet."
By Mrs, DOLORES I. ELLIOTf
SO you're going to diet. Here
tare some Do's to remember while
i you count calories:
Stay on your diet until you've
regained your desired weight. Then
add foods a little at a time more
bread and butter, cereal, fruits, or
vegetables, more milk, ice cream,
other dessert, or a little of whatev whatever
er whatever .you want until you find how
much you can eat and keep your
Get your family's cooperation
while you are reducing weight
they can eat the same foods in
Keep as active as health and
job permit-, but don't overdo vig vigorous
orous vigorous exercise.
Here's the first day's menu for
your seven-day, 1400-calorie diet:
BY EDWIN P. JORDAN, M.D
v NEA Health Columnist
THERE is not the slightest doubt
that there are many undesirable
effects on the health when a per person
son person carries too much weight.
All of the medical evidence in indicates
dicates indicates that on the average the
fat person dies younger than one
of normal weight. Obesity leads
to or has an unfavorable effect
in such diseases as diabetes, high
blood pressure, toxemias of preg pregnancy,
nancy, pregnancy, and several forms of heart
disease and even cancer, 1
The fat person also runs in increased
creased increased risks from surgery. These
are all good arguments against
The process of reducing is done
successfuly every day. To do it
safely and effectively takes will
power and considerable k n o w 1 1-edge.
edge. 1-edge. Individual considerations enter
into any reducing program.
amount of muscular work
tduiiiig"thc: day" Innuences-the
New design for eoffee tables is this combination bench, table.
Blaek, plastie-eovered fosm rubber cushions lake up one half;
black t lass and walnut storsf e drawer the other half.
Upholstered pieces often have
exposed wood frames, slim lines
out the bulky, overstuffed look
You'll also see new collections
based on French provincial, Colo Colonial
nial Colonial and, stronger than ever, Far
The cabinetmaker Is having; a
heyday with fine woods. Table
tops, formed so that the wood
grain makes the pattern, are fin finished
ished finished with a natural hand hand-rubbed
rubbed hand-rubbed patina. Soft wood browns,
the pumice tones, grayed and
distressed finishes abound. Col Colored
ored Colored finishes are usually sub subdued.
dued. subdued. Pewter, copper and nickel will
edge brass hardware. Stainless
steel comes into the living room
as a handsome silvery top for
tables which will resist damage
or wear from
a vancty of sources,
fabrics g i v e the
nod to tighter weaves, smootherlly designed to use the space under
surfaces and subtle color -combi-1
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,4 cup grapefruit sections
X' poached egg
X thin slice toast
1 medium pat butter
s,i cup whole milk
1 large cheeseburger
Thin slice bread or H bun, no
1 sliced tomato or Vt cup cooked
?i cup whole milk
1 large pork chop .'
2 tablespoons applesauce
Vt medium baked potato
V medium pat butter
Lettuce and lemon juice
.i cup whole milk v
; (NEXT: Dieting isnl grim
number of calories which ate
needed in the diet. Size is a factor,
since a tall, heavily boned man
can obviously carry more pound poundage
age poundage than a short, small-boned
Age enters the picture also,
since an older person uses up
fewer calories than a younger one
of the same bodily structure,
In any major reducing program
the factors applying to the indi
vidual must be known and taken
into account. Also, there may be
special requirements for various
foods, minerals, or vitamins which
enter into the picture.
For reasons such as these (and
also because too rapid loss of
weight can be harmful and too
slow reduction discouraging) it
is well for those who contem contemplate
plate contemplate any major reducing pro program
gram program to receive approval of the
proposed diet from a physician.
Many reducing diets are excellent
but no one of them can be con
'sidered completely satisfactory for
nations. B 1 u e s in all shades
pale beiges, greens and yellows
eaten tne eye.
Although there is a marked
preference in some of the new
collections for low-to-the-f 1 o o r
upholstered furniture, this is
counteracted in part by a grow;
ing number of high-backed chairs.
You may have to flex your knees
to sink down to the seat, but your
head' will find support once you're
Some new designs in chests and
tables offer built-in advantages. A
low coffee table, for example, is
divided by a strip of wood to make
a two-cushion bench on one side.
The other side has a black glass
top and a storage drawer. j
A king-sized buffet opens" up to,
reveal a pull-out serving shelf as'
well as the customary shelves and;
drawers. Low chests are especial
Save JimC) lAJorry
HERE'S a small collection of
beauty tricks that can help us all:
Keep the color, size and style
sticker from the new stocking
envelopes so that later purchases
can be matched for economy.
Store the fiber, washing or dry
cleaning instruction tags from
new garments in a location con convenient
venient convenient to the laundry hamper.
Belts should hang on the closet
door near the clothes so that se selection
lection selection can be made without the
difficulty of unrolling them from
the drawer.- f,
Garments that are folded upon
removal from an automatic dryer
rather than being jumbled in a
cart and then folded later can
often be used without ironing.
Morning light is clear and
make-up should .be correspond correspondingly
ingly correspondingly light and clear,
A curved razor could be a help
to women who are apt to cut
themselves when shaving under
the arms with a straight blade.
Shoe boxes are of a suitable
islze tor storage qf gloves.
Lacking an electric plug high
on tne wall, an extra-long iron
cord is a great boon.
wash and iron like a dream. Silk-and-cotton
combinations go to the
cleaner : ... ..
A person never reolizes how
much he ewes Ms home town until
Lightening this homemaker's entertainment load is a servlnr rart
that carries all the refreshments out of the kitchen at once. It
consists of a folding plastic-laminate top, a storage basket and a
bottom ahelf that can be raised to make a flush table top.
By KAY SHERWOOD,
NEA Staff Writer
IF you're a busy mother, don't ular advantages to the hostess who
postpone the pleasure of entertain-! wants to relax. Ice cubes last long longing
ing longing adult friends until you can er and table tops are less likely
swing an all-out party dinner. to be ringed by water condensa-
In my book, evenings, w h e n' tion or to need, the protection oil
school children must be bedded I coasters; ; . .
down at an early hour, are madei Some that I've tried, however,
to order for the refreshing v 1 s i ti do lend to show scratches and
with grownups uninterrupted by I need care in washing. -'
childish demands and small spot-! m
light-seekers. tl i f
The only obligation imposed by fcJrush .ul '"' "'
a cordial suggestion to drop in (
fnr nnl'fp and a rhat n I if
is to arrange things so we can sit:
down and enjoy every minute of
the hour or two. I v
One valuable ally to this end is-
a good serving eart. By "good" MANY teen-agers aoid brush brush-I
I brush-I mean one tiiat s sturdily ouilt. jng their hair because they ara
rolls easily and has shelves large i alarmed about the amount of hair
enough to carry all reficshments that's left in the brush,
in one trip from the kitchen. I
Naturally, if, you expect. such a) This u iu,r.D;..
cart to perform a .dozen work- Brushing does remote the loose
aday jobs as wll, shelves should halls but tl)ey.ie h th
be of a material to-, withstand 0nc brushes or not.. If the hair'
heat, scratches and breakage b not brushed, the loose haus
One. new cart with plastic wlU find thelr way off tM h d
laminated helves and black or;,nd on t0 -i0thesr hats, : neck-
,d,aluifrme,-coni.vert,"i;1? lincs nd,-worst of 'aH,jrto; food.
30'x36" tabletop when shelves Hair does faU out and
are swung. Mo position. This iDiaced- But there is little excuse
cart also carries a metal mesh jfor having to spend Uie da pick. -storage
basket to hold service. i Im, i00se hairs off acoat collar
Even though no nne in your I and out of the bands' of hatsr Teens
home smokes, provide ash trays nave tendenev to avoid goinf
for guests who do Inexpensive j t0 ; professional hair stylist to
neW .pottery, bowls in bright have their hair thinned, when this
clear colors, for example, keyed wouid a)so be an effective weapon
to the current ar East design against loose h'atr.
vogue, can be used as ash trays i Tj,en they double' the pYobleni
as well as to hold candy, low by not brushing at all
flower arrangements or decora- Far betfer to ieave tha hair on
tion- vt'.--":':;i;'--'.-r;v" the sty-ist's floor or. in the. waste-
You'll see some of these : notch, basket than on the coat clllar,
cd along the edge partly for the. Hair should be' brushed evert
sake of design and partly to n"ijday and as often during" the day
a burning cigarct. v as is possible. Long ; shaggy bobs
If your friends are card-playing, ioved by teen-agers, 'particularly
enthusiasts, a rule book1 to settle; need brushing. The .brush should'
debatable points is handy to have then be combed out and the loose
at your elbow. Helpful, too, to the hiarg deposited in the wastebas wastebas-occasional
occasional wastebas-occasional bridge player like my--Ket or garbage. The habit spme
self is a card table cover of white! young women habe of balling up
plastic with card, counts, bidding, the loose hairs' and burning them
and scoring guides clearly printed' in an ash tray is too repulsive
in black on its surface. to merit discussion. j
7ie Mak'te fatetf
JmUi Wluck, 3J Our Wal,
M -Jpl Oo 3al(
BY iARS. MURIEL' LAWRENCE
SIX types of married people
who fail their mates are listed in
the current Redbook. Here's how
they are compiled by the Univer University
sity University of Chicago's Family Study
THE INTERPRETERS who al always
ways always know how their mates feel
about everything; the wives who
say, "Ed just hates to go out
nights, don t you, dear?
But they don't limit this domina.
tion to Ed. They're also the' par-ling' to be the mothers who also
ents who say, "Joan can't stand ask, "What do you think of a 12 12-those
those 12-those brawls the young crowd is (year-old girl who still : expects
giving at the club, can you, dear?" somebody else to make her bed?'?
meaning, "Better not want to, if I THE WOMEN-HATERS who
you know what's good for you, my j laugh off all their wives' opinions
THE ROMANTICS who hide al al-most
most al-most blank ignorance of each oth other
er other behind display of baby talk,
public kissing and the protest,
"Wa have the. Ideal 'Marriage."'
But as parents, these people ?s to eavuisn to mauer and are
know nothing about their children the fathers who scoff, "Oh, 'so
either. I you've picked your political candi-
1 date; have you? Ha ha, ha' 1
THE SQUELCHERS who smack (.THE SELF-S CRIFICERS who
you down before somebody you get everything they went by keep keep-want
want keep-want to like you with some dev-iing their sooufes ur.iler perpetual
astating criticism, like, "Oh, I obligation for "all that I've done
didn't know, you read a b o o k, 'for you."
honey." 1 -The p'rre has J2n.u::ed on
Bui your ivinn''""s fli't e" c;'': r' -.vC i v" yl'oi.
C"'C. f'e ''-;'.:. '' r .'.'S i '"' ''.;' .'iil o;ir
jinil..J!iin..yi ;f lij'j lilli :' i n V'i ,.
Several companies are now mak
ir .uu.aica piasuc tumblers that
are good-looking and offer partic-
Our CJj, tJc
who sneers, "If your grandmoth grandmother
er grandmother had seen you crying over that
cut last night, she wouldn't thinlc
you were such a big boyv"
THE AMMUNITION COLLEC COLLECTORS
TORS COLLECTORS who ask, "Can you imagine
a grown man wanting to chase a
little ball around a field?" and
having betrayed you into innocent
comment, use what you've said to
reinforce attack on their males'
favorite pastime or hobby,
But the wives who ask this ques
! tion are, sure as little anoles. eo
as too feminine and flighty to be
taken seriously but who get very
serious indeed if you Question
their male superiority.
, But the men who laugh off wo women's
men's women's op'nions as too "errine to
matter also laugh off children's
f"! 1 1 ft
Ffh niHicf fnr iru-iuvion in thu
cohimn sijuuid submituci in V' -wnuen
term nd ntj-" it t ovt uf
the fcx numbers licd inly in "o "o-rul
rul "o-rul and tUifr m." r drhvtttd
by hn4 l (he tfit-e. NotuK of
aiming cannot b ccfpted by (tie (tie-phone.
phone. (tie-phone. 1 i .jrr.a.Mi, C'-HS,
HONORARY GRADUATE Colon's Gov. Jose Maria Gonzalez
is made an honorary graduate of U.S. Army Caribbean School
at a reception held for Latin American students at Fort Gulick.'
.In presenting the crest, to Got. Gonzalez, Col. John J. Davis
'school commandant, right, described the Panama official as
f'one of the best friends' U.S. Army Caribbean School has.
prior to the performance. The pubilc has been Invited.
US Solon Says Attorney
Offered Him $2500 Bribe
i Newcomers Club
! Meets Feb. 9 I
f The Newcomers 'Club will hold
its February meeting ; at the
I American consul Fe'j. 9 at 1
'pm. ; j
j Mrs. Robert Wiese, Jr., wife of
'the new American Consul to Co-i
lion, will she an illustrated talk
Ion Bolivia. Having been station-
ed there for some time before:
coming to Panama, Mrs. Wiese
has first-hand knowledge of the,
country. Mrs. Nathan Fuller and
jMrs-. ,. Lorcna Gerspach wai be:
! assisting hostesses. . i
' The club Will be making
field trin to Panama City in the5
near future dn a special tour of,
lmDortant land niarks. The club'
will' also sponsor an Atlantic:
side Art exhibit; of special inter-1
est to the school children as well)
n 'their narents and adult i
friends. ...... v
Any woman who is a ( new-
nrmer to ine Auaiuic aiuc Ui
the isthmus, with a permanent
residence in the Siates. and has
not lived hee-4nigr than two
years, may apoly lor member member-shin
shin member-shin bv rfintacting Mrs. Howell
Programs in the future also
will be intensely interesting to
all newcomer members. These
programs are under the Chair Chairmanship
manship Chairmanship of Mrs. Fuller.
"POLIO MOTHER" Mis. Karl Johnson, Missouri's ..'-Polio
Mother of the Year." cooks a meal for her family in their Neosho
home. Though paralyzed for six years. Mis. Jphnson is an achvt
housewife, mother and businesswoman. She's a- district maiwger
tor a cosmetics firm. ..... .,.,;::,,! ; ;
FORFIGN MINISTER AND MRS. BOYD
HONORED Si 'URUGUAYAN MINISTER AND WIFE
In honor of Minister of Foreign Relations and Mrs. Al Alberto
berto Alberto Boyd, a dinner was Riven by Minister of Iruguay and
Mrs Felix Pollierl Cario Friday night at the Location Res
idence in Bella vista.
cents. A white elephant auction
will be held.
Tickets may be purchased
from Auxiliary members or at
parachute shaped card:
New Crew Member: Carla Dee
WASHINGTON, Feb. 4 (UP) over to the South Dakota Chll Chll-Sen.
Sen. Chll-Sen. Francis Case (R-S.D.) char- dren's Home Society,
ged yesterday that an attorney of- "It is idle to pretend there was
fered $2,500 for his re-e lection nothing to it," he said, "that thee
campaign fund on the assumption! are not substantial profits in this
i v av uuuuiuiinui ji vn via in tiiio
bill for snmfi DPrsnn or nernnns
to put up the money."
l he point at which I object
Royal Palm Chapter
Royal Palm Chapter No. 2,
n v a lohrotprt Its 4nt,h hil'th-
day annlversai at the Cristobal
Mr. and Mrs. Clodomlro Soia Soia-no
no Soia-no of Panama have announced
the marriage of their daughter,
Ixpra Lulsa, to Mr. Richard L.
Trrhalt. The marriage was jjci- fuv. v-v--. r
formed Friday ftfternomi i at a c : and ";aX "W. wei.e!and Past Patrons
uism -eremonv in Balboa. Mi. Captain and Mrs. uass weie
rTt-men' iSolanb and Mr. Bruce formerly stationea ai a:iuu
Ktm, ,. .... .
I. LUtreu were wiuicdv.
he would vote for the controversial
natural gas bill.
11C LU1U 111C UCIIAVb UW 1UIVUUI .W.tl H 1TIMVU i
thn Vh ill nricrinttllu Rue ha. sniHillA fiftiH "ie that nf Hnino- cnm0
the door on the evening of the i he now intends to vote against I thing so valuable to those mter-
dinner. 11 Deeause ine oner maKesjesieu in naiurai gas mai iney aa-
il cicai uiai ine measure w 1 1 n vniitu nuge kiuiis hi iiiunrj ai
create Inordinate, extraordinary down payment, so to speak, onthel
windfalls for owners of gas re-jpronis tney expect to lui-vcn.
serves." Sen. J. William Fulbright (D-
Case did not name the lawyer; Ark.), co-author o! the bill, called
he said made the oner, ins uis line oner -oepioraoie. tie saia
.. 1 i ,UHAA ...Anl.. I I'AflA'r flinlnpuM lafl t V. n i IV.
ciunuie inilie tiitu uurc wcu&a t o uiskiuomu ivn 111c 1111-
of hitler, party-splitting 'debate on; pression that an attempt to bribe
. ... ... k i. mcE nviasunir it-nmic iaou
Arrival lime: la auk"1' l:.,,',, r.prri dish din din-carto
carto din-carto Weight: i I lb, 11 ounces evening 1$.
Elbert S. Waid Lejrion
Post No. 2 To Meet
A rpon ar meetmff of ine r.i
bert S. Waid Post No. 2. Thej
American Legion, will be held m
the Legion Hall In Old Cristobal,
at 7 p.m., February 8, 1950.
A LOT OF HAY
DES MOINES, la, (UP)
So manv visitors to the Veteran
Memorial Auditorium wondered
how much hay could be accom-:
modated in its 15,000-set capacity
that manager Horace strong ie ie-cidfld
cidfld ie-cidfld to figure it out. The answer:,
17.40 ton of loose hay or 58.180
tons- of baled hay.
TOTAL CLOSE OUT
with 50' discount
of UUiNDHEDS of IerHng hollow
' ami flahvare ilenis "Intfrnalionar'
P0RRA5, Plaza 5 de Mayo, fomh
carto Weight: 8 lb. 11 ounces eveuii '"":"., me(t. bill to exempt independent na-ihim Case had been made by
Piloi ana CvPilot: Captain ner Pii. Past Matrons i tural gas producers from direct someone that he believes repre-'
,h mm alnh wass. lng which honored Past Matrons v exerted sents the producers,
The room was beautifully.dec-
(n nnrnle houBainviua
and colored stars with the Hg Hg-r
r Hg-r .nnth"- in elitter at each
in Klart Mnnrlav
Lase saiu ne iirst learned anout
... v r .
Kulhritht (i.iid til at if suc h a
bribe attempt was made the "f'lll
Dakota and said the attorney had
Ate iwrc Hase. Mrs. Bass was
very active in Gal Scout work
K 1 -A. -.-M ..V-ltlQ I'OITT
Mr. and Mrs Mar t.nx xor over aV'AlbiooKures "40 th"-In glitte r at eac n
Honor Chester Dndleys .trjBass was stauonea ai A lead. station. At either end of the hall, in Ug M contrlbutlon t0
in honor ;.', ""- "'e.w natroi of oirl was a lighted Burf w - his campaign.
He said the lawyer, not from
South Dakota; had communicated
with him earlier and had been
th nffoi urMt Ka .uhn, si facts" ihfinlil hf laid hefnrft! Yif.
friend telephoned him from SouthjSenate andd an "auempi w piose-
" f hnor of Mr. and Mrs.iA.F.b. Mrs. Bass was Wing lean- tr; fVkUr, 40 in gold.
cisirSdler of 'New York Jer for a senior patrol of Gir was a lighted f hu fing
rl.rJr.otHn,, here. Mr. and Scouts m 1954 and Capt. Bass Ov trie cniis
M X tlie; Hahllns V1 and Carr in liUer.
it j Wednesday tticht the girls. ,., i
15 UoV W. Th"y -w based at Wlchi
The Dudleys are vismng ta Fails, 'lexas.
..Jh Mrr Dudley's mother. Mrs
Mario Sarsmith, and her 5!EpjLsc0pal Auxiliary
l rdA brother-in-law, Mr. and tro.d
w. nrtrew wrigni. uver ouu iu.-o,
Mrs. Andrew, wrs J gugSls Uam the hve countr.es
amhassador nd Mrs. Henderson epi.eoelUed in the Missipnaiy
4 Hous? Guest Diocese of the Episcopal Churcn
Ha and MH Charles Sutro of Panama Canal Zone
,-.MSrrived on Friday, Feb- 1 d BlsHo Morns HaJl and
London rri:" fY,fl cR panel"- RfhfIvar nf Rt. Luke to
Jr.rVrf are staving wu overflowing aurmg
llt amhassador and .Mrs ne 18th annuai meet-
.. .iA,ii. uTAtvi an miii
A aiiui r I Willi mill casuci nu wv-n
1 .,,ifi0rfitold that he Case probably would
The past officers exempuneu,(e or lhe bill bllt nad not decjd.
the degrees wiw ine iuiiv.Bed finally. He said most man from
officers In the chairs: w""ihis constituents favored the
V. ... .... u7iiuom a. Hadar-i
rut" should bp made
Case declined to use the word
"bribe", in connection with the of offer.
fer. offer. He told reporters after his Sen Senate
ate Senate speech that it would be "very
difficult to prove" thfre had been
anything illegal or improper about
I.. ,T.tVi oatrnn. Mr. uau n.'
Case said that as soon as he
Starke- Associate 7 aeiernuneu umi me uuuw wn m m-Robert'
Robert' m-Robert' J. Neely; Associate .Pa- terested on)y in the gas Dill he
trnn Mr trnesit wvi wireu ins int-uu m ovum iaui sum
rtnrtress' Miss Mildred M. Nee- ,0 re(urn tne money or-turn ifers.'
ducireis, wuo -nT.rtlI(.tresSi Mrs. -.,
- t ttvviOcT. I t.llLbVA.
Meanwhile. Sen. -' H u h e r t H. 1
Humphrey (D-Minn.) told the Sen
ate he had. been authorized to say!
that Adlai E. Stevenson, Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic presidential hopeful, opposes
the bi'l bccnise "it fai's to afford
sufficient protection to consuin-
"Slige Dbor JohW'
f arty Honors wtnnv party,
. A -stage dooi Jonw p
In honor ,v "i", singers now
waking personal tppeara
the Caribbean Coroma 's ce
held Vlc V .'meet tne-n
mediately Robbe theater
claved. ., ,,lVl -..m. h dec
The service -v-r--Ht or tne
.rated in wp rri served r "-uao la
!?S5 e WSra neVprograms In
ShS drem P e : ture wnlch, will be
consist of sari"--".
nd tropkaL drinks. alalH
in charge o ecd eUl. Fort
President's Son " i '
" ilies To V?.f:g0
Rlcarto Aiwiy p"nama, en en-the
the en-the President oKtin via
He. 1 a student. , ;.
Red Book Magazlne 3 r-
lenfr aBu;-. azin It
recenttv -to the sect on
mg of the District Woman s Aux-
iliary heia Tnuisuay.
..I.. v, nninor sprvice Of
Altci. nic wen -- t
Holy Communion and P" P"-tlon
tlon P"-tlon of the United Thank ptfet-
M.nnfa nnn AlRC.blUU.Ul Uli-
ceri were held. Elected president
!or the coming year u.; v.6.
K-rasM lit! Mrs-
showca pictures -lands
at this time. Chosen, to
serve with Mrs, Peterson were
Mrs: EUlean- Harris, mt vioC vioC-president;
president; vioC-president; Mrs. Miriam Perkins,
second ,vice-presl d e n t; Mrs.
Owen Shirley, treasurer; and
Miss Claire Ogden, eecrewxy.
- Guest t speaker, Archdeacon
David B. Reed of Colomola, ad addressed
dressed addressed the afternoon- session.
T;ie meeting concluded with the
Installation, of officers.
Three New Programs
Planned By XMCA-Lfcu
"flJ?? K Slocum; Chap-
in' 7ur On; Marshal M
Ernest L- Slocum; Adah Mrs
worden iu. r -r er, Miss
Ernest L. Co'.ilJiha Mrs.
Grace Williams; Martha- M
LIS'&A Er Er-denE,:
denE,: Er-denE,: Wch.auert O Kd
M"' TV n-.iamin R- Brun-
JWTC Poys Hos To Four
Visiting Peruvian Officers
Currently playing "host to four! including the Chagres and Pina
30 LESSONS ''
" MONDAYS, TUESDAYS,
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 9th
Beginners !):00 a.m.
Intermediates 10:00 a.m.
Balboa 2839 or 2759
from 7 p.m.
Trent yourself, your family and Iriends
to the sheer tlehght that u jovr.d only in
this wonderful event!
' ' Superb food, best music, and ?oi'?eff
of vieics roth the Bella Vista Room or- thi .'"
outude Terracel v
Muiie for dancina by Clartnc Martin's Orekeitr; v, (
gj.56 per person. : Call Max, 3-1660 lor reservations.
the, finest in nightly dining artd danclnjj .
' 1 : CLARENCE MARTIN'S ORCHESTRA
, -In the air-conditioned Bella Vi.sK om.
....... ,.,,.,,'.. ..,.,..
Maki your rttejvJtiom now for,
CARNIVAL t EL PANAMA
from ttttt Sit., Feb. 1 1 j
through Tul., Feb. 14 L
' A Kirktby Holtl
Moreover, Aere sent
have the ones that wei
nnn tn tVlO TMlbliC
On Tuesday, Feb. 21, a new
course of lectures on. Panama
will betin, the series of eight
Tuesdays being entitled "More
ISt Panama8- This is a con con-SnumuA
SnumuA con-SnumuA of the course conduct
ed before ; the holidays erun
'Outdoor AQVeniuics i
ma. ... .' .ni a
The secona nem "i -snrlng
edition of the Flower Ar Ar-rSnBtment
rSnBtment Ar-rSnBtment Course beginning
gam teacn -vuc 1
COnneThursday, Feb. 16, a slx slx-?
? slx-? Tides of motion- pictures
Segin, with the first showing on
who wish to attend.
Museum In Alaska
COLLEGE, AlasU- (JJP-
.OTUnd Alaska brown
irY '.-hT ifniversity of Alasta
ueai. . ui.nn that ar
museum nere ..
rived lrom a uciiyr
! .icbt of the bison was
than tne Lui to
mnst often bsmju j -t -most
. i.iiihat would hap-
two beasts met on the
i"-" .". .1.011
field 01 oauie ,h
Alaskans wiw A .n0
me uibuiv j ,.
lrAl S on display in the museum
k. wit skulls and horns of
five types" f Sntison which
f'VaVidPthis territory 20,000 to 30,-
vkitmp Peruvian officers taking
part in an entire 33rd Infantry re regimental
gimental regimental battalion jungle problem
is the Jungle Warfare Training
Since the beginning of January
the officers have been participat participating
ing participating in ali o First Battalion's train
ing activities in oraer 10 compare
the operations of the U.S. Army's
jungle center with their owq.-
The group consists of Capt. Jose
Villalobos-Vigil and Lts. Rene
Aguero-Jurado, Adolfo Macha-Bar-daies
all pf whom are representatives of
tka Peruvian jrmv.
Thrnimh np.rmission of USAR-
CARIB, the four officers were eic
tended a special invuauuu tu uu-
crve the operations auo piutcuuiv
nart in the battalion
I..:-: the mpn are studv-
ina the arts of defense and combat
patrols, auack 01 iwuuw
. . 1. 1 akmm namnii.
lion, mines, Douoy upi vw
flage, GBR warfare, jungle living
HIIU BUl. - -,
The four officers are now m u
midst of participating m,Jf
nv rai(4 course wnicn
consists of the longest problem ever
eut. -, r Bass said a-, ,.. nion church
huie shaped I cara Dinner
Here is wr
tout the parachute
ised-jor :tteMa"7r- tb
"C!li a Ynto this world was an an-landlng
landlng an-landlng into tms w a
nounced to our fnen taft
parrForce pilotends much
ter way to announce that tney
spnso"n ,vniftrv of the
The wouic" 0 n
Balboa Union Churches 6pon-
sorinc a spaghetti dinner, uv
SL salad and home made
Se on Friday, Feb. 10, in the re recreation
creation recreation hall of the Balboa Un-
. ninner will be served from
i-n tn 7-Sfl n.m. Price for adults
rh fniinn'inn onnParprf mi thp'is $l: for children under 12, 50
Recently the officers look "time
out',' from their rigorous jungle
indoctrination to spend a day at
the center's- headquarters at Bat Battery
tery Battery MacKensie. At this time they
were shown the motorpool, supply
rooms ana aggressor company
quarters. On conclusion of the tour,
a hriefinir was riven bv a member
of the S-3 staff concerning the
functions of tne center ana tne
fundamentals required for its oper
The visiting officers well termin terminate
ate terminate thnir stav at JWTC on February
10 when First Battalion ends its
Neiahbors Vote Ay
To Noisy Whistle
V7U wattKF.E (UP) A rau-
whictlo will continue
WUUS IOUUV.1J -
to blow because the neighbors
?'wGuld be lost without it." V v
Charles P. -Vogel, twara cnair cnair-maiv
maiv cnair-maiv of the Pfister and Vogel Tan-
r urnndfired wnetlier nlS
neighbors might be annoyed by the
tannery wnisue wmtn
blown at 6:55 and 7 a.m.: and
3:30 p.m. -- ' 1
He mailed 215 letters asking
whether or not the whistle should
be silenced. The vote was 138 to
four in favor of the whistle. ;
ifi wnnlH be lost without it,"
one neighbor wrote. VI regulate my
Kids Sign Contract
To Get A Vacation
BENTON HARBOR, Mich; -(UP)
llartwix and her brother. Donald,
anpomoanied their tiarenfn on a
vacation to Florida after tbcy. sign-
H a rnntrart tn h vnnrl.
S med Tt thrnUTDuring! Their father AttorHey J,D Hart,
this T)n3S6 vile rciuviaust vo r -o r -rr
" Au r-i.. k.uiinn nwaonnel. will agreement and asked the children
Willi tiioi. r. F tZ ;
mver an area 11 miles ut length, to sign.
nuiviiK 171111., uiiiiB.. 1111. T mi i-ui
tn t all if thtir mal nhpu
all requests, not whine, quarrel or
complain, take a nap when asked
to, keep tnemseives neat ana clean
and to observe good manners when
f aung out.
Pamela said she and her brother
signed tne statement wiinngiy.
"We're not going to let a ques questionable
tionable questionable point of law keep us from
a trin tn Florida shp aaiH "Dart.
dy knows that contract won't hold
up in court. It s unconstitutional.
There are certain inalienable rights
that, aimnlv can't hfl waivwl :
"Besides, we're minors," Donnie
ST. PAUL (UP) A recog recognition
nition recognition that the wife and children,
not the father, usually ( decide
urhnro the familv vacation is to be
spent has prompted Minnesota's
lounsi uivimuu m pui new cm cm-nhacia
nhacia cm-nhacia cm vacation nromnlion.
The new approach emphasizes
recreational facilities for the whole
family. Formerly the pitch was
tnn.hpavv with Minnesota's fishlnS
and hunting attractions, which ap-j
, 't.. . i
peal primarily-to uie man ui ine
"Tho tnnthitr and Icidn rtncidp
where the vacation will be," the
Thp pnntrart incltirlpd a clamp
in which the children agreed to'
Wliere lllC' vamiiuu win uc, liicmh wniv:ii uic hhiuich ajiwu iv
one neignoor wioie. .iicguiiue my iuivimuu siu. iiic wu nun mdj i na an ucimovo vi vuiwp,
dav by the whistle," another said.l think he does, but 'he usually iercioh or incapacity,1 and the right
The whistle will continue to blow.docsn't," t to counsel and trial by jury."
. .'T' P. ' '' ,V"' i.i'i--'Juii' ,!' ' Vj.' : i ,i; i.j l' ': ; -it
j sv ')-'- ;
' . -'-.,.... r.trjj
VVH&EL OF CHANCE
It's the wheel of your car.' No' matter how careful you are',.. how we!
you drive. There's always a chance. A bad smash up. A wrecked pocket pocket-book.
book. pocket-book. Unless your insurance is right, and, to be sure your inturance .is
right; call: ''.':
i '.,.,,.. .
Telephone Panama 2-5000,
He knows how much -you should carry in what types fire, theft,
collision, liability, basic and extended medical. Have him arrange adequate
protection for you ;;.-y6ur family, your guests, your pocketbook..
ALWAYS remember, the wheel of your car is a wheel of chance. Handle
it with care. -'..' Advt-
YOU CAN PLACE YOUR AD AT 14 DIFFERENT LOCALITIES IN' THE CITY
W -w W
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENT.ES OR OUR OFFICES AT 57 4tH' STREET, PANAMA
t Street No. U
Agendas Internal, de Publioaciones
.; t Lottery riaa
. Central Ave. 4i
1U La CarTuquiila
. it "V street
eth ot July Ato J ML
At TlvoU Ne, 4 :
FARMACIA ESTADC3 UN1DC5
I4J Ceatral Atom
tH Ceatral Atom
A fee 4 b 0u At. Jfe. U
... FOTO DCMY
Jaste AroMtaeB At, as It
FARMACIA VAN-DER DIJ3
' IS Street Ne.
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
farqni Leterre T Street
. la rms til
V Espa&a At.
: 12 WORDS
CANAL ZONE POLYCLINIC
nr. C E fibwu'- B. Avtl Jr.
D.D.S. (Geortetow University) M.D
TrvnM h of Ju't) At, No. HAM
(opposite Anron School Plivftound)
TtL 2-2011 Punimi.
Phone Panama 2-0552
TRANSPORTtS BAXTIR, S A.
Pockets SMpptrt Mever
. Phones 2-2451 2-2562.
Ltarn RMit ot
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding t Jpi"t "L0"
$ to 5 p.m. Phen
"t Of bf ppointmnt.
ViT. will relieve Your"
corns, eallousses, nails
(Dr. Scholia trained)
18 Just Aresemena Ph. 3-2217
Ypu Can Now Buy Auto Auto-rrjobile
rrjobile Auto-rrjobile Insurances, tele'
pfione. Immediate Cover Coverage.
age. Coverage. Dial Panama 2-500O
nil Cure Beibs.
(UP) Two American boys bath bathed
ed bathed :in the chill waters of this
famed Catholic shrine today
while their parents prayed they
wo&ld be miraculously cured pf
blood cancer. '.
With the thermometer at 10
decrees and a thick layer of
powdery snow covering the
dr-Mtn. onrf tho riinton Basilica.
Rady Eckman. 7, of St. Joseph.
Mlah merelv dipped his foot
1ntrt' tha wnt.prN.' i
Hut Cralir Glannamore, 4, of
Rtmihpnvllle. Ohio, was dipped
bodily into the water. His fa-
tnrvr, Eugene, Datnea wnn mm.
TntVi rf fVio Ynvm rioo hppn rft-
paiided by doctors as hopeless
victims of leuKemia.
Randy and his motner, Mrs.
Eckman, a Lutheran, left here
torright. But the Giannamores.
who are Catholics, planned to
6tav, three more days. t
"We have exhausted all hu human
man human resources," Mrs. Eckman
said. 'fOnly a miraculous divine
Intervention can save my son. I
am. confident our trip to Lourdes
wll not be useless."
US Banning Aim,
WASHINGTON, Feb. 4 (UP)
The State Department's new ban
on American travel to Hungary
Is aimed chiefly at cuttinp; off
Hungary's supply of V, S. tourist
" dollars. ,, ..
Tfnrm1 annrroe sniH tnrlflV TItin
iparv. lite most other foreien na
tions, is anxious to encourage
American tourist trade to increase
lipr snurrn of American currency.
"Thev said she has been getting
an increasing flow of American
visitors since last October when
the United States removed all res
triMinns nn trflupl tn Hnnearv.
' Neither the State Department nor
the Hungarian legation here could
say exactly how many Americans
had been visiting Hunuary. But
a legation official said "many
Americans have been asKing' for
The State Department ordcrorl
the ban reimnosed yesterday. It
said in a sharp note to Hungary
that 'relations ftpt.wap.fi thp two
nations h'vp beco'ne s'",,,"1 as
a result of Hungarian policies
FOR SALE: Crosley Shelvador
refrigerator 9.5 cu. ft., 1951
model DC-9, Tery good condi condition.
tion. condition. Phone No. 3677
FOR SALE: t Practically your
price t Mahogany standing lama,
10' 12' Oriental rug. Phone 3 3-1024
1024 3-1024 Panama.
FOR SALE: 60-eycle Bendix
Ecenomat $70; tingl bad.
drener, bamboo, wicker furni furniture.
ture. furniture. J3-7 162.
FOR SALE: Singer portable
aewing machine (1953 model I
$90; oak chest of drawers $10;
mahogany dining, table, 1 chin
closer, S etieirs, $110 Houia
2II3-A, 5th Street, Curundu.
FOR SALE; Harlcy Davidson
motorcycle, good condition. "L"'
Street, in front PAA efficV
Trcide Ship Has
27 Souls Aboard
AUCKLAND, N.Z., Feb.'4 (TJPi
A Pacific trad ship with 27
persons aboard was reported 36
itiays overaue,on an lsiana
i cruise today. ,
A dispatch from Suna, Fiji Is Is-'
' Is-' lands, said the auxiliary ketch
jArakarlmoa left Tarawa with 15
passeneerA jna j crew or 12 on
thiol 2fl for Maiama-.-24 miles a-
way. It "stMei with a sister ship,
the -Aratooa.wnicn maae pors.
The Arakarimoa never was re reported
ported reported seen again. It was de described
scribed described as 60 feet long.
Its disappearance coinciaea
with official efforts to learn
what hannened to the schooner
joyita, which was found dere
lict last Nov.. 10, near me ruis.
The Joyita had sailed from Apia
Oct. 3, with 25 persons aDoora.-VL-Kpn
th .Tovlta .was found
hair submerged, not a trace of
anyone aboard was seen. An of official
ficial official inquiry is about to start in
ABOARD THE U.S. ARNEB,
McMurdo Sound, Antarctica, Ftb.
4 (Delayed)-lUP)- Rear Adm.
Richard E. Byrd today ended his
fifth visit to Antarctica and sail sail-Pd
Pd sail-Pd for New Zealand aboard tne
cargo ship Arneb. :t ;
The Arneb is inc iirsi oi
ships participating;' in "Opera "Operation
tion "Operation Deep-Freeze" to return to
civilization. It is aue 10 arnvc
at Lyttleton In about a eek.
Byrd ana ms siau uuaiucu
the Arneb from the Wyandot af after
ter after a visit to the hut point base.
The seven-week visit 10 ine
south polar continent was nis
fifth since ra. h.
Earlier today. Rear Adm.
nu.nr. t nufpk commanding
officer, transferred his flag from
this cargo snip w me.rceures, me.rceures,-er
er me.rceures,-er Eastwind. Unloading of other
cargo ships and the tanker Nes Nes-pelen
pelen Nes-pelen continued.
In Italy Costly
ttnMTi' n'P T t a 1 v' s tax
payers are paying millions of dol
lars annually lor. is government
offices which have oeen oui. oi
business for years but are still on
A recent aeDate on a uui vu mu
off "useless offices" showed about
1 non npranns nrA still "working"
and getting paid in such things
as the tourist onice oi uaiys de
funct African empire, an oiuce
ivhich sp'7pi Jewish goods wilder
Mussolini's racial laws, end an
other which distributed uinkha
gifts of penicillin in 1945.
A einolp nn of the 79 offices
fisted as "useless" has piled up a
deficit of over 8,ooo,out),wu u) ure
($12,800,000). It is a corporation
uno fnrmpr Allied army
trucks which were supposed to
have been sold nine years ago.
Cities In 4 States
Adopt Payroll Tax
CHICAGO (UP) Cities in
four states levy income-payroll tax taxes,
es, taxes, according to the American Mu Municipal
nicipal Municipal Association.
The association said the cities
are lncatprf in Ohio Ppnnsvlvania.
Kentucky and Missouri.
Miinipinnlitipa in finmA stafpc
may have enough general authority
to levy such taxes, the association
said, but few have put the pos-
nihilifv tn a tpt
Saginaw, Mich., sought to estab establish
lish establish such authority but state courts
FOR SALES-1953 Cadillac Sa.
dan, ia very goad condition. N
nylon blowout proof tires and ra radio.
dio. radio. Any cash after around $2800
will be considered. Phone 2 2-2638,
2638, 2-2638, 'Porras," Plata 5 da M.
FOR SALE : Sunbeam Talbot Se Sedan
dan Sedan (Sport Car), 1953 model
radio and sliding top. Financing
facilities. Call Mr. Eikildien,
Panama 2-1669, Cola Motors,
FOR SALE: 1955 2-dr. Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet Bet-Air 2-tone, PC and
'radio, low mileage, very good
good condition. Call lal, 2733.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
Bel-Air 4-door, power glide, new
tires, radio, etc. Very good con condition.
dition. condition. Sea at 2-A Ceca Solito.
FOR SALE; 1950 Dodge Car.
enet 4-door, gyromatic. 84 84-6201.
6201. 84-6201. FOR SALE: 1949 Club Coupe,
Mercury V-8 rebuilt angina, ex excellent
cellent excellent recapped tires, bady low
ared, good shape, dual exhaust,
$425 cash. 0764-A Williamson
FOR SALE: 1949 Oldsmobila
88 twa deer, good condition,
$495. Phone 3-2387 Panama.
THE AMERICAN RED CROSS.
CANAL ZONE CHAPTER, OF OF-FER$
FER$ OF-FER$ AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
.Sealed bids, for opening in pub public,
lic, public, will be received until 10:30
a.m., February 13, 1956, in the
Red Cress Office, (located near
- the Civil Affairs Boilding, An An-con)
con) An-con) for sale of four auteme auteme-.
. auteme-. biles.. One Chevrolet Station Wa Wagon
gon Wagon and one Ford 2-door Coach
are located at the Red Cross Of Office,
fice, Office, Ancon. One Chevrolet Sra Sra-tion
tion Sra-tion Wagon and one 4-door Ford
Sedan are located at the. Red
Cross Office, 1029 Roosevelt
Avenue, Cristobal. Invitation far
bid may be obtained at the above
Seen In Eurcp
LONDON, Feb. 4 (UP) A cold
wave that has caused more than
100 deaths and nearly $1,000,000
damage in the nast three dv
clung grimly to Europe today, out
there was some relief in sight.
Tpmnprntnrps in Tinrlnn anrl
Paris, which had been literally
colder man ine ireamsniy warm
Arctic for the past few days, rose
ohnup frppinff and weathermen
predicted the "warm spell" will
Tinrlnn rinwpvpr Is In fnr at
least a temporary relapse. Weath Weather
er Weather forecasters said the mercury
nere win arQp mio ine zu s waay.
The coldest weather In half a
pnnturv hurst nines and froze elec
trical equipment in many places,
depriving nousenoiaers oi nem,
liuht Ovprhpaterl stnves
caused at least 11 fires in Western
Germany. . r
Th rraintrv hardest nit ov me
cold was France, where temper temperatures
atures temperatures as low as 30 below zero
killed 31 persons. ,
The cold wave was ushered in
hv irv eales from the east, and
ti.uwnan,r narfnnnist. Katirizinf
uenafnyu v-m. a
the political preoccupations of the
conuneni nuueu i uc "u
sia's latest move in tne coio war
Fights The Fires
TiVC ATTTH THirh (VP
Fighting fires has become a family
affair in this small community.
Fire Chief Max Graham said the
families of volunteer firemen are
being used to solve two problems
which have, long plagued the fire firefighters.
fighters. firefighters. ;
. nlripr members of the families
and volunteers who are too old for
aptiva firp-fichtinff are hein? util
ized as traffic officers to keep
spectators irom lnierienng wiin
the operations of the firemen.
Wiue nt thp volunteers have
been organized into teams to take
turns calling ail firemen in case of
a blaze to make sure they heard
the warning siren. He said that
previously about half of the volun volunteers
teers volunteers failed to show up at a fire
because they didn t near me siren.
Too Many Children
CRANm nAPins iwipV mp
Dr, George M. WheaOey, chair chairman
man chairman nt th phiM appMpnt npovan.
tion committee of the American
Academy ot reoiamcs, tow a
clinic here that the nation heeds a
"vappino if priupatirtn" in han m.
duce the high accident death toll
Dr. Wheatley said doctors are
fiPQt nnalifipH tn hpln pHnpat nor.
ents to the dangers of accidents
Decause tney see tne immediate
tragedies resulting irom acci accidents."
dents." accidents." He added that accidents
pancp mnrp Hpnthe amnnff philHrnn
I aged one to 14 years than the next
SI. veil ipuaca vuiii viiictu.
BOX 2031, ANCON. C.Z.
BOX 121 1. CRISTOBAL. CX
FOR SALE: TwolOOO-gal. cy cy-pren
pren cy-pren weed tanks, steel straps,
$200 each. Destiladera Nacianal.
OUTSTANDING BARGAIN. Pi Piper
per Piper tri-pacar f A-22, Super cus custom,
tom, custom, bast condition, certificates.
Phone Campania T. A.S. A. 3 3-1180.
1180. 3-1180. Asropuerte Paitilla (Mar (Marcos
cos (Marcos Gelikert), Panama.
FOR SALE. 1953 scooter, new
tires, excellent conditio.. Phen
FOR SALE: Chromium aquari aquarium,
um, aquarium, 30-gal. capacity with plants,
sand and fishes. Call Panama 3 3-5419.
5419. 3-5419. FOR SALE Very cheap, leav leaving.
ing. leaving. Tappan stave, four burner
and even; junior bed, tables,
chairs, 2 mattresses and mirror.
FOR SALE: Bicycle, Readmas Readmas-ter,
ter, Readmas-ter, woman's, good condition,
$15. 1559-B Calabash, Gavilan
Area.' Balboa..." ;V
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS PAINTS AND PAINT
, SUPPLIES FOR SALE
Sealed bids, for opening in pub-;
lie, will be received until 2:30
a.m., February 10, 1956, in the
.office of Superintendent of
Storehouses, Balboa, for paints,
pigments, primers, varnishes,
enamels, stains, sealer, wood,
filler and finisher, putty, rust
preventive compound and con concrete
crete concrete tile preserver located at
Section "I," Balboa Storehouse,
telephone 2-2720 and Cristobal
Storehouse, telephone 3-1256.
Invitation No, 223 may be ob obtained
tained obtained at the abeva sources, or
from office of Superintendent of
Storehouses, telephone 2-1815.
FOR SALE: Dual pipes, skirts,
lowering blocks and Mallary ig ignition.
nition. ignition. For '52 or '53 Fard. Call
FOR SALE: Serve! refrigerator,
120 bass accordion, 2 sets golf
clubs, dishes, aluminumware,
2 5 -cycle clocks, fans, beauty
shop dry r, motors, battery
charger. Balboa 4361.
FOR SALE Underwood type typewriter
writer typewriter II" Gar. modal 6, excel excellent
lent excellent condition, Phone 2-5336.
OR SALE: Craftsman 21"
gasoline lawn mower in good
condition. Also three new 100 100-Ib.
Ib. 100-Ib. Rockgas tanks. Balboa) 2-
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
WILL HOLD AUCTION
The Panama Canal Company will
offer for tale at public auction
462 cartons of Pear Nectar (No.
2 siie cans) at 9:00 a.m., Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. February J 1,' 1956, at
the Wholesale Grocery Ware-
house, Commissary Division, Mt.
Hope; at 10:30 a.m., Saturday,
February 11, 1956, at the Dairy
Farm, Mindi, 45 lot of Cattle,
including Holttein, Guernsey,
Sindhi-Guernsey and Sindi-B-Swiss
breads, ranging from 2
months to 24 months, both male
and female, and 4 each Mules,
, draft, 8 years of age.
Detailed lists of the Hems for
sate have been posted on bullet bulletin
in bulletin boards of Canal Zone Post Of Offices.
fices. Offices. Copies may be obtained
from the Division of Storehous Storehouses,
es, Storehouses, Balboa, telephone 2-1815.
Inspection of the items to bt
auctioned may be made at tho
above locations on February 8,
9 and 10, 1956, between the
hour of 7:00 a.m.- and 4:00
p.m. '..? :'
FOR SALE: One complete set'
of antique, authentic, solid gold
jewelry for your "POLLER A."
Information, Panama 3-0771.
Here's A Switch
Normal Folks Eyed
BERKELEY. Calif. (UPV-
Normal rather than abnormal per per-sonalities
sonalities per-sonalities now are the subject of a
unique, long-range study by the
Institute of Personality Assess Assessment
ment Assessment and Research on the .Uni .University
versity .University of California campus here.
Instead of concentrating on the
mentally and emotionally dis disturbed,
turbed, disturbed, the staff studies presum presumably
ably presumably normal people with no
conspicuous psychological -. prob problems.
lems. problems. Subjects include PH.D. candi candidates,
dates, candidates, prospective medical students
and Air Force officers. The
subjects live with the staff for
three days in a remodeled frater fraternity
nity fraternity house.
The idea behind the research is
to investigate such questions as:
Why do some people make much
better use of their intellectual en endowments
dowments endowments than others? What char
acteristics make for success in
HARTFORD, Conn. (UP)
Informed this city had won a na national
tional national award for noise-abatement,
officials registered surnrise. Hart
ford does not have a noise-abate-
ATTENTION 6.' 1.1 Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, bet, cold W a t a
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT. Large furnished a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, one couple r two. A.
merican neighbors. 48th Street
No. 27, Apartment No 2.
FOR RENT. 2-bedreom apart-
snent, furnished, new furniture
piano. 50th Street No. 19, boside
Farmacia Van Der Dijs, $1 80,
FOR RENT; Unfumuhed apart-'
meat, twa bedrooms, two baths,
maid's room, sittin-dinjng room,
porch, garage, $ 1 00, at Bella
Vista. N. Obarri Street No. 23.
See De Castro, Avenue "B' No.,
9-42. Phone 2-1616 Panama.
FOR RENT: New, modern,
well-ventilated 2-bedroom apart apartments
ments apartments with garage and maid's
ejuarters. .''Teresina" Apartments,'
G Street, El Cangreje.-
FOR RENT: Newly furnished
and Unfurnished apartments;:
10th Street No. 8061. Phen
1386 Colon. '.' v. t
FOR RENT -Srnall patio apart apart-ment,'
ment,' apart-ment,' independent with stove
and refrigerator. 34th Street No.
22. $55. Call 3-4700.
FOR RENT. Furnished 2-
apartment. Golf Heights, Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, $80 monthly. Phono Balboa
: 2870. .',..., ,? v.-
FOR RENTr Spacieut two-bedroom,
two-bath screened apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Living room, dining room,
garate and maid's quarters. Pri Private
vate Private entrance. Cantpo Alegre.
Phone Panama 3-0873.
FOR RENT: Small patio apartment,-
independent, with stove
and refrigerator. 34th Street No,
22. $55. Call 3-4700.
From Brazil Tour
WASHINGTON, Feb. 4 (UP)
Vice President Richard M Nixon
returns today from Brazil where
he had headed a high-ranking Am American
erican American delegation at the inagura inagura-tion
tion inagura-tion of Brazilian President Jusce Jusce-lino
lino Jusce-lino Kubitschek.
He flew to Brazil last Sunday
from Miami, Fla., where he whs
vacationing. He devoted' his time
in South Americp's largest nation
to making friends.
Brazilians were reported to have
cheered Nixon for stopping again
and again to talk with bystanders
during public, ceremonies.
' NOT WORTH WHILE
MOUND" CITY, S.D. (UP) A
man who burglarized a service sta
tion here must be convinced that
crime doesn't pay. He fell into the
grease pit, getting plenty of grease
on himself. And the loot wasn't
much toward paying the cleaning
bill he got only 80 cents. ' i
POSTMEN STAY WELL
OMAHA' (UP) Twelve
Omaha postal employes retired
from service recently with a total
of 1,489 days of Unused sick leave.
Omaha Postmaster Walter Korisko
called it a local answer to charges
by government investigators of
"widespread abuses ot siok leave
by postal workers." ? r:
"THE PALACE OF .UNDERTAKING SERVICE" r
The most modern equipment
West 16th Street No. 13A20 Phone 2-1473
We can proudly say say that we have no competitors
0 : ' because our service is superior! 1
WE ARE YOUR FRIENDS AND SERVERS, and
because of that we ask your- attention, and co cooperation
operation cooperation so we may attend to you as
FOSTER'S COTTAGES. One mile
past Casino. Lew rote. Phono
PHILLIPS Oceonsid Cottage,
Santo Care. Boa 435. Balboa.
Phono Panemo 3-1877. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-H73.
Shrapnel's furalited house on
beech t Santa Clara. Teloh
Thompson. Bailee 1772.
Gramlich's Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
, moderate rates. Phono Gambe
LEAVING ISTHMUS: Desire to
place maid. Does general house housework.
work. housework. Will live in. Phone Balboa
Wanted to Buy
i WANTED TO BUY: Winter
clothing for girl 1 0 and boy
Vh. Call 3-4867.
Ruling Is Shelved
MEXICO CITY, Feb. 4 (UP) -The
Inter-American Jurists' Counc
il has voted to class its resolution'
denouncing the three-mile limit on
territorial waters as a "prepara "preparatory
tory "preparatory istudy," it was announced to today;;
day;; today;; ; ..; ; ;';;:'. ;v
The council, at a convention
here,- approved a U.S.-supported
Cuban resolution leaving further
action on the matter to the confer
ence on maritime problems that
opens March 15 in Ciudad .Trujillo.
' The Cuban plan was ; adopted
by a vote of 11 to 7 over the prot protests
ests protests of latindfdelegates supporting
the "20-milflimit" proclaimed by
Feru, Ecuador and Chile.
Sugar From Beets
Doesn't Come Easy
. SAGINAW. Mich. (UP)
Processing: sugar from beets is no
easy job. It takes a lot of complex
machinery and know-how. ......
.Officials at a Saginaw sugar
processing plant say the process
entails tons of coal, coke and lime lime-Stone,
Stone, lime-Stone, hundreds of thousands of
pounds of soda and sulphur, miles
of filter cloth, tons of cotton thread
and sugar pulp bags by the car
The sugar beets are sliced into
"crosettes" which resemble over oversized
sized oversized shoestring potatoes. Further
on in the process, sugar juice is
extracted.- This juice is then til
tered, refiltered, purified and ; re
purified under the careful eye of
chemists and technicians.
Among the final products of the
complicated process are granu
lated sugar for the home, pow
dered sugar for the confectioner,
liquid sugar for ice cream mix and
specialty sugars for canners and
The most important product is
molasses, used by pharmaceutical
houses in making penicillin and
citric acid. '
Nothing is wasted in the process.
Even the end product, beet pulp,
is used for cattle feed.
I Promptness ' 1 -. ;
J Careful Attention v
, I Honesty
'Becaus'e' we give rapid service,
precise and .efficient and at any
' Because we have the Best in our
OF: line. Cad 11 lac Hearses, and
. American Materials.
Here we do not try to fool any anyone,
one, anyone, our prices are just and at
the level of every pocket
FOR RENT: Chalet, spacious
grounds, quiet neighborhood. 3 3-1201
1201 3-1201 or 2-2724,
WANTED TO RENT Furnish Furnished
ed Furnished house, 3-4 bedrooms. Four
North American gentlemen. Tel Tel-ophone.
ophone. Tel-ophone. Panama 3-0166
WANTED: Home for beautiful
even months old kitty. Very
af"o. Phone iVilboa 2870.
1 i y-
NATIONAL DEFENSE WEEK plans are discussed with Lt. Ca,
f150?' Jr' Commander m Chief, Caribbean Command,
oy. officials of the Canal Zone Department, Reserve Officers'
Association or the United States (ROA) during their vlslf this this-past
past this-past week to the General's Headquarters here '
rJ?i? R. ned in his meetin8 with the ROA officials how'
important the Reserve Organization Association is in-relations
i!? m 2wr5Monal defense effort and the value of utiliz utilizing
ing utilizing National Defense Week to inform the public ot the vltal vltal-ness
ness vltal-ness of defense In the world we live in today. .
r Pe ty-toird annuat observance of N .,tiobl Defenst
Week, which will take place from Feb. 12-22 (honoring Abra Abraham
ham Abraham Lincoln and George Washington), will emphasize the need
for continuing vigilance to safeguard the free world from aa--
ErJ:3WS.E thC 10ca" program 18 KrSafdin-V
ner-dance at 7 30 Frirlav vantno- moh it n
leers' Club. Tickets arl -a'&r'K
plRfTL0fflcers Association. From left to righte are!
elm S. Air Force R, president
S iTrnPn'f' U. Gen. Harrison; and M. E. Deerl
wester, u. Col., U. s. Army Reserve, vice-president for. Army.
canai zone Dept., (ROA) and chairman. v Nationali
Sex Sales Slump;
SPX rPSpnrrll dlo- ilnninJ
Thft Indiana TTnlvnrelt,, TneM
tute for Sex Research, in an an annual
nual annual report filed with the Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of State, said lt dipped
Into reserves to pay Its 1953
bills. :- i
The institute's chief source of
revenue has been royalties from
Dr. Alfred C. Kinsey's books a a-bout
bout a-bout sexual behavior of males
and femalesi But those royalties
dropped from $309,079.64 in 1954
to only 3,001,000.27 last year,
It took all that plus some
small gifts, grants, interest on
bonds and $74,702.04 from the
reserves to 'pay last year's ex expenses.
penses. expenses. Those totaled 183,694.71,
almost $55,000 of it for salaries.
Tho institute rfiDorted a bal
ance of $172,738.14 as of Dec 31.
PANAMA RADIO CORP.
Announces to all their customers that ALL RE REPAIRS
PAIRS REPAIRS made in the Service Shop or in the customer's
residence will be on CASH basis (C. 0. D.)
Get those Carnival shots with a:
ROBOT ROYAL: 24x36 mm, standard
size negative, fully automatic sequence
ALPA ALNEA: automatic
lens. Swiss made.
See them at
PORRAS Plaza 5 de Mayo PANAMA
WANTED: Experienced State State-tide
tide State-tide beauty operator, full or
partfime. Genell't Beauty Shop, 1
Cocoli Clubhouse, Navy 3812;
INTERVIEWS now being held for for-additional
additional for-additional sales staff in car and
truck departments. Experienced
men may apply to Mr. Edd Ab Abbott,
bott, Abbott, Colpan Motors.
OPPORTUNITY for bilingual se secretary.
cretary. secretary. Apply to Mr. Edd Ab Abbott,
bott, Abbott, Colpan Motors, No. 34
Automobile Row.: v
FOR RENT, ;
FOR RENT: Clean furnished
rooms, maid's service, centrally
located. I Street 11-31. Phone
! s 1 1
V""'V (U.S. Army,Photo).-
GRAND RAPIDS MlcbV.(UP'
--Defendants nervously awaiting
for the lurv in tptnrn Jtf orHi
won't be-able to hear the minutes
uck on any more in Kent Countv
Circuit Court Electric clocks have
replaced old pendulum wall clocks
that have hung on the walls since
the building was built 66 years ago.!
6 Days. Till
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33c, ; ... ;oc
' In CiiietnaScope".
Also J '
Randolph Scott in:
11V 0 Li
Emilia Giu in: '-"MATERMDAD
"MATERMDAD '-"MATERMDAD ''.', IMPOSIBLE"
Luis AguUar in:
AL DIABLO LAS
Cinemascope and technicolor
wees end reiaase
.. John Wavne Lana Turner in: ..
"THE SEA CHASE"
Search the seven sas you won't find
- excitement like this...!
SHOWS: 1:15, 3:46, 6:17, 8:59
Week end release
The bombshell story of the "Fixer"
E. G. Robinson in: "1
He beats any rap till he raps on'
the door of Aneei O'Hara. .
SHOWS: 3:07, 4:52, 6:54, :56 :.
60c. . 30c,
. WEEK END RELEASE
- Jack KELLY
k- Park SHILBY
'THE NIGHT HOLDS TERROR"
The b?t famous musical
"FRENCH CAN CAN"
Maria Felix Jean Gabin.and
Plus: FERNANDEL in :
"AN Baba And The 40 Thieves"
Jane Ri-eil. Jennie Crain
Jtwl McCrM in:
"Stranger On a
VICT OR I A
A goad double
"Tarzan and the
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Broadway Leaves It To The Girls This Season
Stage Almost No Man's Land As Actresses Take Limelighi
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MOVIES TV AD10
HOLLYWOOD (NEAV- Ilolly-I Prince Itamior Hurino fitmim.
wood and lirsneVTNF. Tt a hasp-i "Tn Paii-h TVi;nf" r,. ,l
li, .. . i. a mi, ai vanned, as j
' jball-stars-in-Houywaod time, -with; frequently reported.1 They met1
uuRe Mnder leading off as anlater when she returnrd ih,rn fnr
rj . i. ij : I I.. . ... 1 i
uui tue wuim beiics iiuiu.iuie turn festival.
V' F o V.:'.7 '- 7Zi'
.. ,, t By DICK KLEIXER
KEW YORK NEA)-Broadvay is turning into No Man's
"Land. Look up at the glittering thsater marquees and Jrou'U
ti, mm -th names in hehts' arc Shirley Booth, Julie
Harris. .Owen Verdpn, Margaret S'tflavan, Jluth.GQrdon and such j
unmistakably jemaie moniKeis. , , j
nre In a while youTl see a "sign: Wmtcrt,"The. C halt Garden" i$,
that spells out Van Heflin or Paul, almost, -exclusively female. Gladys;
Muni or Ezio Pinza: But the gals; Cooper and the Irish import. Siob-j
are getting the lioness': share of ban McKenna, get most of thecurt
Broadway stardom this reason. ;ain calls. ' J
Uhy' ' Barbara Bel Geddes gets much;
Just coincidence, says" a-Broad-of the glory in "Cat On a Hot Jim
wav producer.- r v 1 Roof." "Damn Yankees" is almost i
The movies' 'snap up the good all Gwen Verdon and ditto "Dcsk
young actors, saya a p.ossragent., Set" and, Shirley Booth. "Jairus'i
Th rtvfhnlosv of the times, has Robert Preston, but it all t
av. a 'critic .revolves, around Margaret Sullav.
' 'an. "Th Matchmaker", would be
s Thty' H e that the ,sitna-
who plays himself in one of Robert
Young's forthcomine "Father
Knows Best" telefilms, won't beition stay in Spain for "The Pride
sliding into grease paint like Chuck! and the Passion." He hasn't readi
Cary expects a four-month
Connors and Leo Durocher.
Says the Duke: "I'd rather face
Whitey Ford with two strikes
the sennt but savs: t
."Stanley Kramer (the producer)!
tells me it's great. But. it's ad-i
tion -exists, wok ai me uuj
"Buy Stop", rode to fame on torn
ctnniM-'s. creat nerformance. Now
aday? Barbara Baxley, is acting
nothing without Ruth Gordon. Hik
degarde Neff and Gretchen Wylet
practically monopolize "Silk Stocki
ings." . "' I
Nobody else matters in "The
the Dart "A Hatful of Rain'' featur Lark", but radiant Julie. Harris,
t a brilliant portraval by Sliellsy f,"The Diary' of. Anne Frank" stars
r... 1 '!.'" "iu,arf Strasberg. Nancy Walker
I makes ."Fallen Ansels." About
rthe only thing m "Will Success
ISnnil -.Rock Hunter?" that's at
tracted much attention is the
busty figure of Jayne Mansfield.;
. V' -..
: ill X J
against me in the last inning of venture stuff, and you never know
every game than be an actor." until you see it on the screen."
Connors, who gave uo baseball!
for acting, is now a TV western!
hero, but he's refusing to join the'
argument over who has the fastest
gun draw in the Hollywood west.
"I cjan't draw fast, but I can hit
a ball further than any other
NATIVE HUT, 1956 A far cry from the native hut of old is
this modern home in the Belgian, Congo. It's typical ol the new
architecture prevalent in the Manono area. Resembling an ancient
Egyptian temple, it's constructed to protect the inhabitants from
the sun, heat, wind and rain.
There" "are' exceptions Paul
I Muni .in "Inherit tne wind vani
Heflin in "A View From tne,. ,
Bridge," Ezio Pinza and Walter son for it is' that "many of the
Slezak in r anny, Anuy uiu- lemaie stars arc not pnoiogcnic.
fith in "No Time for. Sergeants.''! "Broadway is just lucky," this
But four out of the enure rosier man says, "otherwise, all the won
"MATCHMAKER" RCTn GORDON (right) with Eileen Herlie,
1 1 of Broadway productions Is pretty
slim, male piciungs. ...
According to Kermit Bloom Bloom-garden
garden Bloom-garden producer of "The Lark,
"A View From the Bridge" and
"The Diary of Anne Frank" this
is just a mere coincidence.
'The plays come first," Bloom Bloom-garden
garden Bloom-garden says, "and it just hapoeni
this season most oi tne piays were
derful actresses we have would be
in Hollywood. "But they're all here
because many' of them just do
not look good in pictures. This
goes for the old-timers like Helen
Hayes and Katherlne Cornell and
the late Gertrude Lawrence and
for the young actresses" like Kim
Stanley and Julie Harris and Ger Ger-aldine
aldine Ger-aldine Page; They may make' a
written for .female leads. I don't, picture or so, but they never make
think it means anything at au.
Bloomgarden doesn't believe the
playwrights sat down and wrote
star parts for women deliberately.
"If a play is tailor-made for
someone, ne says, you wmu up
with a tailor-made 30b
touch of, a play,",
.JXLLE. HARRIS is all that
v matters" in "The Lark."
t But a veteran Broadway press
' agent says this season is just the
! most nxtreme one in a continu
ing trend. And he thinks the rea-' And it's only natural for the play
career of movicst
"But Hollywood snaps up any
young actor. This goes way back
to the days of' Lionel Barrymore.
Humphrey Bogart would have
been a great stage actor; but Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood kept him. Lately, they've
taken the cream Montgomery
Clift. Marlon Brando, ; the late
Jar. es Dan.
"So we're left with., more ac
tresses than -actors, of star caliber.
If Mario Lanza does a movie for
a certain film biggie, it will be a
surprise. He clashed with him
some months ago when the big
wheel suggested that 25 songs be
selected for a proposed Lanza
movie and that the studio secre
taries be allowed to choose the
best ditties. Mario, who picks his
own song material, stormed out of
the conference. i
Not In The Script: Esther Wil-
liams, about why she left MGM:i
"You can be at a. studio too;
long. The blinders go on. They i
don't understand you. Your pro-i
duccrs lose the fresh approach. I
All they ever did for me at MGM'
was change my leading men and
the water in the pool. They never;
changed the stories. 'V i
Grace Kelly's approval of hen
mother's confessions, the 'life
of nw -daughter,
:is the year's biggest eyebrow-
i 1 : A n.U. nUn,if inn (r1
The thud opinion comcs: from a h" ,,. h9, nn,tMtid
wrights, who want stars to act
Hisii lead in i nart tn wi'il nlavt,"lu.1
,.,1,;:. .1,- i and romances
first-night critic, who thinks that;
this is just a symptom of thei
that her orivate life is m the
"personal matter" department. It
all seemed much more romantic
until mama started talking.
To Roisano Brain's lady fans,
"It's a psychological thing," -he
fh?.V7thr this .quote from Glynis
theater these days don t go .fori . ,;-... with him in
. 11 mi t 1 .iiMiua. wnu Luoiuid nitu
matinee mois mayoe iney noi... ; r.v Air. ..He-S tvoical
theirushing over Liberace. So e."lt"dine5rfM
there's no incentive for a pro- "- Vrw. whMhpr to be-
J iiaam .4 a kttiM iin Winn inin, wm w
guLUi iv uuiiu a man
VAfter all, the women of today
run the homes and own all the
stock and control more votes and
so we're almost getting into a
matriarchy. Why not on the stage,
Whatever it is, it seems to pay
off at the boxoffice, Broadway is
dome well financially. Leave-it to
THE BRONX,jS!.',Y.t-(NEA)- I was Italian and from then om
Hv Mafiv"' Thft call ; c a m etne Uronx was mine
from a man standing in the door doorway
way doorway of a typical Bronx candy
store-soda fountain.- "Hey. Marty,
ever here, Come on over and
have some coffee." V
t Marty otherwise," Ernest Borg-
nine waved a greeting. and start
ed to climb into the car.
The tar pulltd up to the spot
where, in the film, Bor gnine
walked along with the girl Betsy
Blair by, the elevated railroad.
Another car pulled up and a guy
leaned out the window. "H e y,
Marty," he yelled, now d you
"Aw. c'raon. Marty. Just a. sec-4 make out with that girl that
end." . vv,ll.v.;,,l-,--l:i--,tmght? -:;.:. 'V.-.';
" Bofenin.r walked across the Borgnine laughed
utrnet and into the candy store.
. le shook hands with the proprie proprietor
tor proprietor and his wife and the cop on
the beat and a couple of kids. He
had some coffee real Italian ex ex-presso
presso ex-presso coffee and- signed some
It was like this all through the
street was a pizzeria, and the
proprietor asked him in for a piz pizza
za pizza pie. The crowds came by and
there were more autographs. In
the butcher shop, he donned the
white apron he'd- worn and tried
his hand at waiting on customers.
This was the same shop where
4 1 il. I It
many, me ouicner,. wonted in
Bronx, as Borcn'ie visaed thei the film
spots where he'd filmed his a-1 "There's not much .of me In
ward-winning role in the award-; Marty;"' be said,' when the : car
winning '.'Marty." Inis is the! was rolling again. "It's written
story of a Bronx butcher sh yi o. well, I. just did the part as it
. and unattractive who falls in I was was written. Marty is more
Jove with a shy and unattractive Paddy Chayefsky than Ernie
Borgnine: Only one 'nail did it
feel like it was me.
, ."That, was .when, I .said good goodnight
night goodnight to the girl, -after that first
night. My folks brought me up to
be a- gentleman, 11 the time. E E-ven
ven E-ven when I was in the Navy and
,1 .was in. ten years-r-I was. never
one of these girl-in-every-port
guys.- One time, my buddyand I
were out and ne spotted these two
girls Well, he was an operator so
he went right up to them and
picked 'em up. Later, we took
t 1 i
, mem nome ana my auiay was
he said. J kissing his girl like they'd been
there. It's m-med 3r years. 1 fook hands
He werktd his. way clear and
otinto the car.. Somebody said
e could, own the Bronx.- Some
body else said if things got tough
in -Hollywood be could come back
and cadge meals the rest of his
life. ... 1 ;. .i v.,.:'::,
"Don't think-! haven't thought
about,, that'.. Borgnine laughed.
He's a big guy with a big laugh
and it's always ready to go off.
But the Bronx wasn't always
"See that -corner?'
"We shot some, stuff
a real Italian neighborhood. One1 with my date and said, 'it was
lieve him or not especially when
he's talking about love.
"When he's doing a love scene
before the cameras, he makes you
feel that he believes in it pas passionately
sionately passionately and that you're the only
woman in the world. But the mo moment
ment moment it's over he can switch
suddenly and talk about a com completely
pletely completely unromantic subject."
Bob Mitehum still hai a vivid
memory of his onc-right-aftcr-an-other
movie role days at RKO. I
asked him how many of his pic pictures
tures pictures were in the 750 films sold by
RKO to TV -and he gnmacca; -"About
Bob just completed his role of a
soldier of fortune in "Bandido," in
which he gets mixed up with- a
Mexican revolution. A special title
on the film will set the year as
1916. The dating was demanded by
the U.S. State Department to 1
avoid offending any political t ao- j
tions south' of the border.
. "Foreign Intrigue," which Bob
made in Europe last summer, has
no resemblance, he says, to the
TV show "Only 4he trench icoati
and the title are left." j
Selected Shorts: Yma humac's
taking golf lessons; ... Sophie,
Tucker celebrated another year i
still a Red-Hot Mama at 68.
... Janice Rule has co-star Ralph 1
Meeker to 'thank for her moviei
a week but it led to everything 1
else. '"; ' ,
"I don't know about this life
f Staying at fancy hotels, living
comeback: on Acapuico. his per persistence
sistence persistence sold the producer on the
girl who never got around to
marrying Farley Granger.
Th Witntt: Dorothy Dandridge
sent Mary Martin a telegram con congratulating
gratulating congratulating her on her performance
H what Dorothy called "Repeater
Cary Grant, who should know,
says Grace Kelly didn't meet
A Galaxy Of Beautiful Female Stars Support Rex
Harrison In "The Constant Husband" On Tuesday
At The BELLA VISTA
. -C... :'
In New York Rex Harrison scored one of his greatest stage successes as Henry VIII in
"Ann of a Thousand Days." Now he Is playlntr a modern comedy role in "THE CON CONSTANT
STANT CONSTANT HUSBAND" which puts Henry VIII in the shade for he succeeds in toppinsr the
much-married monarch's score without a single feminine head being sacrificed in the"
process. . .- ..
One could scarcely blame a "constant husband" for' losing his head, however, when It
Is known that the' galaxy of beautiful and talented actresses selected by director Sidney
-Gllllat to portray the wives of the absent-minded philanderer are: Kav KENDALL, Nicols
MAUREY. Valerie FRENCH, Jill ADAMS andManraret LEIGHTON as the attractive wom woman
an woman barrister who defends the "constant husband's" uncontrollable addiction to matri matrimony
mony matrimony in a sensational court case at the Old Bailey.
- "THE CONSTANT- HUSBAND"
Don't fall to see it! -
will be released on Thursday at the Bella. Vista Theatre.
' . Adv.
ON CORNER BY THE ''EL where he waited for a bus with his
girl, Ernest Borgnine surveys the Bronx, where he made "Marty."
day some tough kids came along
and they said, 'Hey, are you the
'guy that killed Sinatra in 'From
Here. to Eternity?'. I said I was
They didn't like that. I heard one
kid say. jn Italian. 'We ought
kick the stuffing out of him.
pleasure meeting you.'
"I took hr eut again, and she
said after that first date she'd
gone up and looked In the mirror
to; and wondered what' was wrong
&o wun ner. so wnen Marty did
'Is a New Haven. Conn ; ; b 0 yi
who got out of high school in the
depression, worked on a ; vegeta vegetable
ble vegetable wagon for $3 a week and went
through the war on a destroyer
guarding Florida waters.. V
In '45, he was discharged and
his mother suggested he g 0 to
dramatic school and become an
actor. '.. '; "-- :
"I'd never thought "about act
ing, he says. My mother, she d
a selection and the w 0 r d 'dia 'diamonds'
monds' 'diamonds' was in it. Tha teacher
stopped me. V -.
" 'How do you pronounce
mond?" she asked me.
,. "Dimonds,' I said.
44 'It should be di-a-monds
said.'! still say dimonds.
r DUCK FISHING
FALLS Ul'Y, Neb. (UP) Al Alfred
fred Alfred Mipshall, recently went duck
hunting along the Missouri River
armed, with a shotgun and casting
Tod. He shot down five ducks and
retrieved them from- the river with
saidr'That' enough. 11 was on same thin" in the movie
Jy-a piduie. Frankie is a good that pari. That was mc."
friend of mine.' So they found out-- The real Borgnine not
"1 stayed there four ; months
and I learned a lot. Then I knock knocked
ed knocked around for five years.' flavins
been a countess in Italy, I think! one-night ers and summer stock
thcithe whole thing was her id e a. and building scenery and doinzinassine bv veiled "Hev.
I knew Weil.'- I Went to drama school- m'lblt Bans. Then I ffot. a 1nh. with anf wavml anrf hp amilml a nri
tn;irffordimdrrth(-f;!-bil"T-fmtt:-l!de!T-1lnve'r--m--Mr5 McTh7n!TinrnPrt-a!itnyrsrhT Hcnwn-ihi.ir
Marly' cl up the first day. ; I was reading : and it wasn't much of a jolj $85 Bronx. ij,
high. I'd much rather be home
with my shoes off and a can of
beer and watching television.
But I guess I'll get used to it.
"I wish my mother could see
all this. She passed away in '47.
But I have the feeling she knows.
You know how sometimes you
feel a tap on your shoulder only
nobody's there? I think that's
The car pulled into another
stop. Ernie got out, everybody
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PAR AISO 6 : 15-8 :25 "Dlti'Af BEAT" XinenlaScope"
LA BOCA 7:00
SANTA CRUZ 6:15-8:10
"FEMALE ON THE BEACH"
"THE BLACK WIDOW
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4t iiii. v lu oliiJl
Beffe Passes Her Cape Over The Bulls Head
Riqui, Ocean Star, Coral
Favorites In $2,000 Race
Editor: CCNRADO SARCEANT
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Eight of the track's best native thoroughbreds
jvill vie for the $2000 added purse and beautiful sil silver
ver silver trophy that goes to the owner of the winning
horse in the annual Ernesto Navarro. Classic which
."will be run over a distance of seven furlong this aft aft-.crnoon
.crnoon aft-.crnoon at Juan Franco.
The evpnt Is an annual feature
at the local track in honor of one
ff Juan Franco's pioneers. Don
Tito, as he was called by all his
friends, was also an active owner
and trainer up to his last days. I
lie was a staunch supporter of
"imnrnvinir th hrppd." and would
be greatly pleased with the ad advancement
vancement advancement that the sport of kings
has made locally along these lines.
Don Tito also founded the Pana Panama
ma Panama Stud Book.
. Riqui, despite disappointments in
several big classic races, is rated
the champion native bred. He will
be getting a big break in the handi handicapping
capping handicapping because it is a weight-forage
Riqui, a five-year-old, totes 128
pounds. Golden Wonder and Black
Gold will shoulder similar pound poundage.
age. poundage. Four-year-olds Don Goyo, Cor Coral
al Coral and Ocean Star are assigned 126
each while two-year-olds Tingat a a-nd
nd a-nd Don Brigido get in with only
Alfredo Vasquez will ride Riqui.
Guillcrmo Sanchez will do the
booting on Coral. Alejandro Yca Ycaza
za Ycaza has the leg up on Ocean Star.
King Flores will guide Don Goyo.
Jose M. "Chema" Avila has the
assignment on Black Gold. Gabriel
Alfaro will make another come comeback
back comeback attempt on Golden Wonder.
Bias Aguirre will handle Tingat's
reins and Hector Ruiz hopes to
surprise with Don Brigido.
Past performances indicate that
Riqui, Ocean Star, Don Goyo, Cor Coral
al Coral and Tingat are the ones most
likely to split the four cash priz prizes
es prizes for the first four finishers. Gold Golden
en Golden Wonder, Black Gold and Don
Brigido will be rank outsiders.
However, form is usually never
upheld in these races.
An interesting Class B-C six-and-oae-half
furlong sprint is the sec secondary
ondary secondary attraction and should prove
tj be every bit as thrilling as the
classic. Cachafaz, Embassy, Persi Persiflage,
flage, Persiflage, Albatross, Begonia, Alormi Alormi-na
na Alormi-na and Hipocrates are the schedul scheduled
ed scheduled starters.
For Carib Series
Puerto Rico's championship base baseball
ball baseball team is flying to Panama
. IWonday to enter the eighth annua'
Caribbean Baseball Series, in which
tpams from Cuba. Venezuela and
Panama also will play.
Two Puerto Rican cities, San San-fgrce
fgrce San-fgrce and Caguas, are currently
playing a series to decide the is island
land island championship.
J Playing for Santurce. which has
copped the title in Puerto Rico
for the past three years, are Bob
Thurman of the, Cincinnati Redlegs,
flnb Clemcntc of the Pittsburgh
Pirates and Ruben Gomez of the
'' New York Giants. The Caguas ros ros-1
1 ros-1 frr Includes Vic Power of the Kan-
- sas Citv Athletics.
A special Clipper will fly 33 plav plav-.
. plav-. er and 53 loyal fans of the Puerto
Rican winners to the Panama
series. They will return February
"Baton Rouge, La. (NEAV-Since
the advent of hish-scoring basket basket-balL
balL basket-balL Louisiana State University has
bten involved in 15 games where
100 or more points were scored by
one team. The Tigers were the high
Scorers 11 times.
1. LION'S CLAW
5. DARK SUNSET
6. 3IOON BEAM
. 8, SUPPER GIRL.
. For the convenience of
our patrons we are now
opera tins both at the
1 Firenze 12.80, 4.00, 3.20..
2 Dainty Duchess 5.60, 5.40.
3 Maruja 9.60.
1 Double Four 5.60, 3.00,
2 Melendez 3.20, 2.40.
3 Brisk 2.80.
FIRST DOUBLE: 50.20.
1 Regia 2.80, 2.20. 2.20.
2 Lady Dancer 4.40, 3.20.
3 Papa Rorra 3.80.
1NaranJazo 4.80, 3.20,
2 Radical 5.40, 3.60.
3 Rina Roi 6.60.
QUINIFIA- 19.60. 1
1 Petite 10.20, 3 00.
2 Nacho 2.60.
1 Rio Negro 13.20. 4.20. 4.60.
2 Empire Made 7.60, 5.20.
3 Youn" Prince 3.80.
1 Valley Star 6.20, 3.20, 2.60.
2 Fellae 4.20, 3.60.
3 Oro Purito 3.60.
SECOND DOUBLE: 37.40.
1 Old Smu?e'er 6.20, 4.80, 2.00
2 Vedette 13.60. 4.20.
3 Riscal 2.20.
1 Maria Stuardo 7.00, 3.80, 4.80
2 onda Real 7.00, 10.20
3 Febrero II 4.80
One-Two: 83 20
1 Blakmere 4.?n 3.60. 3.20
2 Bradomln 4.80, 2.80
3 Reynold a.nn
1 Joe 3.60. 2.60
2 Fuego 3.20
No show bets
Juan Franco Tips
2 The Bouche
7 nark Sunset
Cara de Sapo
11 Tiger's Teeth
"F" Imported 7 Fgs.
, Pool Closes: 4:05
RACE OF THE DOUBLE
A. Vasquez 116
. B. Amiirrc 115
F. Godov 112x
, J. Adames 11 2x
. A. Ycaza 115
; J. Rodnez 115 ,'
. J. Jimf'nrz 109x
. II. Ruiz 103
1st, 2nd 6th, 7th RACES
Bette Ford daring "pase por alto'
At La Macarena
By DAVE CONSTABLE
Bullfights will get underway
at La Macarena at 4 p.m. todayi
with American girl bullfighter
Bette Ford matching her skill
and dexterity against Mexican
boy matador Manolo Marquez.
Miss Ford will be making her
first appearance ... at the local
bullring since her Isthmian de debut
but debut on Jan. 23, 1955, when she
fought two bulls, earning' an ear
for her work on the first and the
right to parade around the ring
on the second.
Her opponent on that occasion
was the Spanish matador Nava Nava-rrlto
rrlto Nava-rrlto of Seville who outshone
Miss Ford only In experience.
Bette Is said to have gained
more bullfight knowledge and
finesse since her fflrst IsWi IsWi-m'an
m'an IsWi-m'an appearance and many
aficionados are looking for
ward to a superb performance
iviai u u'1, ,IV1 "l'V,.V w ,i
probably be m?kna his last lo-
cni appearance oi me iaoo sea
Having been forced to fight
three bulls and finish off a
fmirtw rnuinnp. tn t.ho intlirlPs suf
fered hv .Tnan Kstrarln at; the
start, nf last snnrtavs cornaa.
Marauez will attempt to .leave a
. i 1.1.
last impression wie jocw .m;iu .m;iu-nados
nados .m;iu-nados by putting on .a better
performance than Miss Ford.
Tickets will be on sale at, the
box office all day today.
to her left
All-Star Game Today
At Olympic Stadium
The annual Panama Profes Professional
sional Professional League Ail-Star game be between
tween between native and foreign play players
ers players will be played at the Olym Olympic
pic Olympic Stadium this afternoon at 3
The stars were elected by lo local
cal local fans through coupons which
appeared in the city's newspa newspapers
pers newspapers for 15 days. Final vote
count was made by the Panama
Baseball 1 Writers Association
Friday during the Spur coca coca-Carta
Carta coca-Carta Vieja doubleheader.
Outstanding on the list of
stars is Hector Lopez who hit
home runs No. 11 and 12 Fri Friday
day Friday night to break the Pro
League record .of ten which
had been held by Quincy Bar Bar-bee.
bee. Bar-bee. T.nnp who Is an Infielder with
the Kansas City Athletics, also
lparia th inntv in runs-batted-in
nritk is w hao niaved second
base for Spur Cola most of this
season, but was cnosen 101 uie
third base spot for today's pame.
Lopez is a strong canumniw
f or the loop's Most ; Valuable
anairor who WPT ftlsO RCl
entsti hv t.he fans are Leon. Kell
man for the natives, ana ai
wnWsH fnr t. ip foreieners.
Pitchers will be namea oy me
... . ... it-
mints of each team. .Names oi
It .. ,..;-('
"ERNESTO NAVARRO CLASSIC"
Purse: $2000.00 Pool Qoses: 5:15
1. GOLDEN WONDER. G. Alfaro 128
2. TINGAT . t .... B. A?uirre 112
3. -DON BRIGIDO ; H. Ruiz 112
4. BLACK GOLD .' j. Avila 128
5. DON GOYO K. Flores 126
6. RIQUI A. Vasquez 128 1
7. CORAL ...: G. Sanchez 126
8. -OCEAN STAR A. Ycaza 126
V. t '.'"'"...',' ' .
...and now to
the players who will play rat
least tnree innings are:
''Leon Kellman (Spur Cola) c
Ellas Osorio (Chesterfield) lb
Pablo Bernard (Chester.) 2b
Hector Lopez (Spur Cola) 3b
Clarence Moore (Spur Cola) ss
Reinaldo Grenald (S.C.) If
. Bobby Prescott (Chester.) cf
Pepe Osorio (Spur Cola) rf
Leon Kellman (Spur Cola) m
. Billy Queen (Chesterfield) e
Al Kubskl (Carta Vieja) lb
Billy Shantz (Carta Vieja) 2b
G'pp Dickens i Carta Vieja) 3b
Spider Wilhelm (C. V.) ss
Bill Stewart (Chesterfield) If
John Glenn (Spur Cola) cf
Eddie Phillips (Carta Vieja) rf
First baseman Tony Barti Barti-rome
rome Barti-rome of the Yankess drew the
highest amount of votes for that
position but Kubski, who placed
second, will play Instead.. Bartl Bartl-rome
rome Bartl-rome left Monday for his home
in the U-S.
Middlebury,' Vt. (NEA) The
25th annual Middlebury College
Winter Carnival wuU be held, Feb.
NEW YORK, Feb. 4 (UP) The
"Splendid Splinter" will be back
with the Boston Red Sox this
.Ted Williams erased a n v
doubts Friday afternoon by sign
ing for an estimated $100,000.
Williams-about 15 nounds over
weight at 220 says: "I will re
port for training on March first
and hope to give .the Red Sox
everything I've got this season."
The sluaeer refuses td SDecu
late on how many games he will
play in 1956. Says Williams: "I
always have goals in my mind
but I haven't set them for this
year." Ted says he will work out
In' Miami before showing up at
tne ed sox camp in Sarasota,
Florida.,: Williams explains: "I
Just plan to loosen tip with some
running. When you get to be my
age you don't kill yourself. In
The 37 year old Williams
thinks the Red Sox have .im
proved since obtaining first
baseman Mickey Vernon and
pitcher Bob Porterfield from
Washington; Savs Williams: "We
played up to our peak last year
but this year the youthfulness
in our pitching could make us a
real hot club."
Also in baseball, the controv
ersy between the Little League
and founder Carl Stotz has been
settled out of court. A joint
statement said there was no fi
nancial .consideration and that
Stotz is no longer connected
with the Little Leacue in any
manner. Stotz had filed a dam
age suit against the Little
League directors. He charged he
was deprived of some or his ou
ties as commissioner.
10th Race BW-"C" Imported 6V2 Fgsr
Purse: $750.00 Pool Closes: 5:40
1. CACHAFAZ ... , ... A. Vasquez 118
2. EMBASSY . .' . G. Sanchez 118
3. PERSIFLAGE V. Castillo 115
4. ALBATROSS . . B. Aguirre 124
5. BEGONIA i . ; B. Baeza 107x
6. ALORMINA IL Ruiz 110
7. HIPOCRATES : A. Ycaza 124
i JOE WILLIAMS
j ; :
Joe Louis is up to his large fluttering ears in debt to Unci
Sam, a most distressing' predicament indeed, and Clayton B.
Powell, editor of the New York Amsterdam News and former
boxing commissioner, is trying to save him. -,
This department has been asked to serve on a committee:
in support of editor Powell's efforts to bring about a settlement
with the income tax people, and is glad to do so, and for tin
following reasons: '. ... : ;
(A) There's still no known way to get blood out. of ft
turnip, or money out of an empty pocket,
i (B) Louis' personal extravagances hurt, but the bad legal ?
aavice ne got ana me excessive taxes imposeq on careers, lim limited
ited limited to peak productive years, didn't help any. v
. (C) In the circumstances, perhaps some' consideration
should be given to the fact that on two occasions Louis turn turned
ed turned over his eh tire earnings totalling some $320,000 to service service-;men
;men service-;men funds. .. :': -:; :
(D) And, finally, maybe nextTear editor Powell will bt ;
kind enoughto start a similar movement in our behalf
There is something about Louis' plight that may remind
devotees of Dickens of the Court of Chancery in Bleak House.
The way it is with the old champion now, he. can never earn
enough to get even, but worse, he must get deeper and deeper
in debt. ;
In the final analysis, of course, Louis has only himself to
blame, but as the situation has become preposterously out of
hand, with no possibility of betterment, the simplest of reason
would seem to dictate a settlemen.
In a recent issue of the Saturday Evening Post, Louis tells
of an earlier period In his tax troubles when he thought he
had an "understanding" that would have restored his solvency;-''
FIGURE NEAR A MILLION ;
At that time he owed only $98,000. (Now the figure is
closer to a million, what with penalties, Interest, etc.) He and
Billy Conn were going to-meet in a return bout that featured
a war bond drive. Louis' "understanding" was that, if he
waived his purse, as he had done in prior bouts with Buddy
Baer and Abe Simon, the Income tax people would call every every-thing
thing every-thing square.
"I got a furlough and went to Greenwood Lake, in New.
York, to start training," relates Louis. "The first night I was
there Mike Jacobs called to tell me they were not going to for forgive
give forgive the tax bill, after all. So I didn't go through with the
fight."" .-';. ,.--'-.-'':..'",
Louis may have had such an understanding, though ap apparently
parently apparently no one who was around him in those days was aware
of it. Neither John Roxborough, who was his co-manager, nor
Sol Strauss, who handled promoter Jacobs' legal affairs, had
heard of it before.
And Truman Gibson, now an IBC big wheel, then attached
to the War Department, gives an altogether different reason
why Louis didn't go through with the fight or rather, why
there was no fight for anybody to ro throueh with.
"We wanted to make as much money as possible for Army
Relief. Our plan was to sell the first 10 rows to highest bid bidders.
ders. bidders. When Jacobs Insisted on handling these choice-tickets
himself, the War Department scrapped the show, and ordered
both fighters back to their 'camps."
:.'';:.. ;,'y)'.H.:n. ye;:'-!--:: ;-'-'.':.;: y'.:''-;';:,
BENEFIT FOR WHOM?
It probably would be a grave Injustice to interpret Jacobs'
attitude as unpatriotic. The idea that anybody. . and of all
people, the War Department. . would try to muscle In on him,
the No. 1 ticket scalper In the fight racket, was justiricira than
he could stand. ;
This disclosure by Gibson Is new stuff, V too, and must
properly be listed as one of the best secrets off the war
. 0ne other phase was better known. Louis owed'jacobf
$75,000 or thereabouts, and Roxborough $31,000. It was agreed
that these debts would be paid off the top, ot before Army Re.
lief cut in. -
When details of the arrangements were made public In this
space, Secretary of War Stimson grew choleric. "Shocking." he
roared. End of fight. "w
The best way for o girl to keep
her complexion ts to hide the Jan
from her kid sister.
4th and 8th RACES
Today En canto J5 .20
Double in CinemaScopet
James Cagney in
"LOVE ME OR LEAVE ME"
Anne Baxter In
Today IDEAL i 25 .15
Faith Domergue In 3
MT CAME FROM BENEATH
Dennis O'Keefe in
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BOTTOMS UP Four of 10 members of the Swiss Olympic
men's gymnastic team show their skill on the parallel bars. They
are, left to right, Joseph Knecht, Eduard Thomi, Oswald Buhler
and Jack Gunthard, the latter the winner of the horizontal. bar
gold medal at the 1952 Olympic Games. The squad is on a
transcontinental tour and will be in Melbourne next winter
By JIMMY BRESLIN
NEW YORK (NBA-) -All out for
the parallel bars, men. This is one
of the events, the United States
Olympic Committee tells us, in
which the Russians can pile up a
dangerous amount of points at
It seems nobody in this country
really cares abdut such things as
gymnastics, so the Reds, have a
big edge, the Olympic boys moan.
The same apathy, was noted
around this town during the Win Winter
ter Winter Olympics. Despite the flood
of words parried on the wire's
from Cortina, 1 1 a 1 y, nobody
seemed to know ,the affair was
. And at last reports, gymnasi gymnasiums
ums gymnasiums around the country were not
rushed by people willing to learn
how to tumble so we could make
a grand showing" in the Olympic
main events at MeiDourjje.
: Because 'of this, -the patriotic
offer delivered by Charley Smith
seems important. Charley is the
editor of a wrestling magazine,
and as a spokesman for the mat
industry has come forward with
a plan which would make us a
cinch to chase the Reds homtf a
Juan Franco Graded Entries
P.P. Borsa Jockey Wet COMMENT ODDS
1st Rac ''Spicial" Imp, 6Vi Fgs.Purst $500.00 Pool Closes 12:45
. FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Malaga-' G. Visquez 102x Showing improvement
2 Le Sabre R.'Gamero 106 Nothing to Tccommcnd
3 Golden Com B. Baeza HOx Could get in at price
4 Carraway R. Gomez 110 Goes well in works
5 Kensington A. Vasquez 112 Shouldn't miss here
6 Incaica C.Ruiz 112 Bad trailer in debut
7 (Panzaretta J. R'driguez 110 Seems next best
8 (Must Be E. Gutierrez 103x Improving slowly
2nd Rc "H-2" Imported 6 Vi Fgs.Pwrsc $400.00 Pool Closes 1:15
2 The Bouche
D RACE OF THE DOUBLE
B. Baeza lOOx Nothing recently
R. Gomez 108 Should beat these
J.. Avila 115 Ran well in last
4--P. Pearl J. Rodriguez 118 Good recent races
5 Dona Beatrlz H. Ruiz 113 Could be winner too
6 Copar V. Castillo 113 Looked good in last
3rd Rac "H" Narivts 7 Fgi. Purs $275.00 Pool Closis 1:45
1 Malaya T. Godoy. 103x Could score at price ,
2 Muneco V. Castillo .113 Hard to beat now
3 Oklland A, Ycaza 120 Will fight it out
4 Golden Fun B. Baeza 105x Must improve more
5 -Constnttda V, Rodriguez 113x Fastest at getaway
6 Little Blue V. Brown HOx Could take it all
4th Rac 'H Natives 7 Fgs. Purs $275 00 Pool Closet 2:20
1 Cara de Sapo J Avila 120 Figures off last
2 i-Tllln Tllln F. Godoy 105x Has good finish
3 Proton A. Creididio lOlx Early speed only
4 rVolador v C.Ruiz 112 Ran well last time
5 Slrena B. Baeza 103x Good finishing kick
6 Golden Pick H. Ruiz" 106 No. 1 contender
7 Sixaola J. Jimenez 107x Distance to liking
5th Rac. "G" Natives 4 Vi Fgs. Purs $275.00 Pool Close 2:55
"I am informed," Charley says
"that the Russians pile uo a tre
mendous amount qf points with
their women's field- team and both
men's and women's gymnastic en entries.
tries. entries. Well, T know where the
talent ts to beat them."
Charley's talent- can be found
of courses pulling hair or gouginj
kvo! at Columbus. O.. or Balti
more or wherever they let gals
Charley offers the 0 1 y m p 1 c
Committee two females June
Byers and The Lady Angel.
"They could take care of the
field events by themselves," he
J. Adames 112x Poor recent races
, B. Baeza llOx Could get up here --
R. Gomez 113 Now in best form
R. Gamero 112 Speed to spare
F. podoy HOx Excellent effort last
6th Race "H-f' Imported 6 Vi Fgs. Purse $400.00 Pool Cfoses 3:35
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Newbrlghton H. Ruiz 115
2 Beduino M. Hurley 113
3 M, Slipper E. Gutierrez 105x-
4 Salustia A. Creididio lOOx
6 Choya r B. Baeza 107x
6 Verticordia R. Gamero 105
7 Ponton ,G. Sapchez 110
8 Matruh B. Aguirre 115
-Rains months away
Would pay off
Needs better rider
Early speed only
Could score here
Distance only handicap
Returns in shape t.
Racing to top form
7th Rac T. Imported 7 Fgs. Purse $500.00 Pool Closes 4;05
. SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE V
A. Vasquez 116 Should be close up
B. Aguirre 115 Could make it here
F. Godoy 112x Nothing in .weeks
J. Adames 112x Ran well in last
A. Ycaza 115 -Back in best form
6 Moon Beam J-. Rodriguez 115 Dangerous contender
7 Tilama J. Jimenez 109x Nothing to indicate
8- r-Supper Girl H. Ruiz 1Q8 Would pay nice odds
1 Lion's Claw
fk "H.i" ci. t. p.. tinn nn ; ru... a. in
1 J. Fiddling A. Creididio
2 Fontalnebleu H. Ruiz
3 Orn. Star B. Aguirre
7 El Regalo
107x Must go back down 20-1
115 Could go all the way 2-1
115 Depends on rider 3-1
105x Could get up 5-1
118 Flics down stretch 3-2
103 Would pay hatful 50-1
llOx Not against these 60-1
Pool Clous 5:15
9rh Rac "Ernest Navarro Classic" Purs $2000.00
ONE.TWO 7 Fgs.
1 Gold'n Wonder G. Alfaro 128
3 Don Brigldo
4 Black Gold
5 Don Goyo
8 Oceari Star
B. Aguirre 112
H. Ruiz 112
J. Avila 128
K. Flores 126
A. Vasquez 128
G. Sanchez 126
A. Ycaza 126
Light weight may help
Could be close up
Not at these weights
Should be contender
The horse to beat
Back in top form
Returns from layoff
10th Rue 'B-C Imported 6 Vi Fgs. Purse $750.00 Pool Closes 5:40
A. Vasquez 118 Could score again
G. Sanchez 118 Distance suits style
,V. Castillo 115. Gets stiffest test
B. Aguirre 124 Impost handicaps
B. Baeza-107xT)istance seems short
- H. Ruiz 110 Could go all the way
A Ycaza 124 Has late foot
11th Race "Elimination" Imp. 6'i F.Purse $600.00 Pool Closes.
1- -T. Teeth B. Asulrre 118 Should beat these;
2 Fairlyable B. Baeza lOlx Usually qlose up
3-Cruzada A. Vasquez 116 No. 1 contender
4 Atom O ; F. Godoy llOx Will score soon
5 Fangio R. Gomez 106 Rates good chance
"June Byers is the strongdst
woman in the world. She has
unlimited stamina.. She weighs
in at 140 pounds of solid muscle
She can pick up an opponent, lift
ncr over tne neaa and then heave
the girl into third row, ringside.
. Give her a chance at the. shot
out or the iavelin and 'she is like
ly to throw the thing .out of
sight. I know Russia doesn t
have a girl who J could compete
His second entrant,1 The Lady
Angel, would win no beauty con
tests, Charley, admits, "But Bus
sian women aren't' exactly .fash
ionable," he notes.
"Th Ldy Angel Is not pretty
because she walked into an air
plane propeller one day," Charley
Needless to say, she left the
machine a wreck.
"She is a strong woman' Char Charley
ley Charley says:. "She. would be good
at javelin or discuss throwing, lift
ing dead horses or demolishing
- For-the men's gymnastics bust
ncss, Smith gives you, of course,
"Have you ever seen him enter
a ring?" Charley ask s. "He
jumps right over the ropes with
one little push. He needs no
shoes. He can stand von a man's
head... Superb balance. Tumbling
on a trampoline' or what have
vou would be a cinch for him.
The parallel bars? He would
yank them out of the floor and
do tricks nobody has seen."
All this is fine, but what about
the amateur standings? These
nominees are professional ath
letes, aren't they?
With this,-Smith left. But it
was easy enough to figure out.
Whoever claimed wrestling was
a sport, anyway?
'Bama's Dee Has
TUSCALOOSA,- Ala, (NEA) -Tn
an era when most coaches freely
admit, we. don't belong on the
court with so-and-so," Johnny Dee
of Alabama is -refreshing.
"My team should be ranked sec
ond in the nation,", he says. "On
ly San rrancisctf could take our
schedule and do better."
, And; he sticks to. it,, despite, a
check which shows the Tide has
played only four teams rated in
Hotel El P'anama Net Tourney
E nines To Be CI osed Feb. 22
x a. n h
SEYMOUR KEGLERS HOLDl Summit Hills Golf Club
pLi.n llau hiajuk uni- jamison
1XG LEAGUE, AS SUMMIT
GOLtERS CLOSE IN
The Seymour Agency lnsur lnsur-ancemen
ancemen lnsur-ancemen managed to take three
points from the hard-pressing
H. I.. Homa tilesetters last Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night at.the Diablo Hsights
alleys In -' the Major Bowlins
Leaitue. Harrv Colbert had a
fine 615 while Hammer wasUBUnd)
right behind with 607, followed! (Blind)
917 814 863 2623
by Bill Rogers with 567 for the
lnsurancemen. Bud Balcer had a
splendid 659 for his team, but he
was all alone ti the hl?h scor
ing. By taking tnree from ho homa,
ma, homa, Seymour held on to the slim
lead of the league by one point
after twenty weeks of the 28-
Th summ t Hills Golf Club
took four nolnts from the Fuer-
za y Luz team which was minus
the Dlay of both Thomas ana
Stephens and bowled with onlv
three players, using two blind
scores. Bob Bowen came uo with
a 584 for Summit, nis oest score
in elv nfAelr fnllnwed hv JaeO-
her with 575. Pilachowski was
NET TOURNEY CONTESTANTS Four of the tennis players which will compete in the an annual
nual annual invitational, tennis tournament which will take place at the Hotel EL Panama Cabana
Club court beginning February 22. From left to right they are: Dick Eisenham and Croes-s
lyn Guardla of Panama City and Bill Hele and Webb Hearne from the Canal Zone.
An invitational tennis tourna
ment Including men's singles
and doubles and mixed douoles
will take place at the Hotel El
Panama eD. ti. 23, ih, u ana
TV! tnurnamffnt l nnpn lo all
tennis nla vers on the Isthmus
as well as clubs In central A-i
merica. Six clubs outside Pan Panama
ama Panama have already been invited,
the Tennis cuuds or wieaeuin,
rinsta Rira. Ran Salvador. Hon
duras and two clubs from Gua
temala, the Mayan and the Gua
Tnt.presl.et nartles mav secure
the necessary entrance blanks at
the hotel's Cabana and Tennis
Club wherethey must be filled
out and presented not later tnan
Feb. 19 at 6 p.m.
All entrants win oe nounea Dy
the tournament committee of
their eligibility as well as the
date and hour of their first
All matches will be played on
the basis of the best two out of;
The winner of last year's
men's singles, championship
MaJ. Hayes will be defending his
crown. Last year Hayes defeated
Webb Hearne In the finals.
Another of last year's surprises
was the outstanding matches
between two doubles teams,
those of Hayes and, Maj. Art
Dryer who competed in the fi finals
nals finals with Bill Hele and Webb
Hearne. Hearne and Hele won in
a thrilling match.
In the mixed double, Hearne
and Dorothy Chandler won in
the finals against Mr, and Mrs.
Brigss Cunningham Jr.
The committee in charge of
the tournament has arranged
for an excellent program which
should be enjoyed by all.
The committee members are:
Dick Dehlinger, tournament
Ed Herr, committee advisor.
MaJ.' Arthur Dryer, playing &
Dick Nelson, promotion and
Richard Elsenman, sponsor sponsorship.
ship. sponsorship. ..-;-;
Angus; Matheney, sponsorship,
; Joe Cunnr.n:-.m, finance,
Helen Howell, program.
Blanche Matheney, program.
' Fred Gerhardt, tickets.
Alberto Arias, tickets.
Cecilia Heurtematte, social en entertainment.
tertainment. entertainment. Red Smith, local transporta transportation.
tion. transportation. ..'"
The honorary members of the
invitational -tennis tournament
are President Ricardo Arias E
and Roberto Heurtematte.
Fuerta y Lux
844 780 795 24U
Max R. Stempel and Son
167 201 203 571
S21 911 881 2713
the ohlv nlayer of three Fuerza' .1
v Luz bowlers to bowl more than mLUttlvc,r
rrh. t r Ktmnpt tnSur.
nncemen moved tin one nolnt on
846 825 790 2461
tne league icaumi ocj ;r, fhmsn
team by taking four points from) Burei.
V,onloc iftpnrla niud ke- ... 6
howled his first
eame over 200 and "Is first se-S(,hirm.r
league. Feeer's first game of
244 was hi?h for the evening
and his 617 wa hl"h for the
5tAmncleers Ted wllber followed
Feeer with Ml. For Glud. Wood Wood-cock
cock Wood-cock had fil6 followed by Mc Mc-Garvev
Garvev Mc-Garvev with 515.
Tn t.h final match nf the eve
ning, the Tahiti Jewelers moved
into within one point of first
place when thev took three
points from the coioniai injmr-
ne. team. Lanr had a biff 615
tn loarf the lewelers. followed by
Ellenberer "with 573 fnd Pne'.l-
baker with .157. For coioniai de
letes had a 'an.
The. standings of the teams
after 20 weeks of the 28-week
I III ...
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PHOTOGRAPHIC PROOF that'the world's best fishing is to be found fci Panama's waters.
4 One day's fishing resulted in this catch, of 45 Red Snapper, 6 Jack, 3 Mackrel, and I Trigger
4Fish, for Miss Diva Davis, Employe of Post Stgrial Corozal; Sp3 jack' Grlgsbyj '7461st A.U.'
Signal; Mrs. Placida Paulson, Post Sigpal Coro zal; and Sfc. Wallace L., Paulson, USAROARIB
Pictorial Center Corozal. The four, fishing from the "Chum" owned and operated by Joe
Schafer, made their good catch around "X bouy, Bird Rock, and the .spar bouy behind Ta Ta-hoguilla.
hoguilla. Ta-hoguilla. '
WIN THREE MEDALS FOR THE U.S. A three-way handshake signifies clean sweep' for
the U,S.;in tht inen's figure, skating 'event at the Winter Games in Cortina, Italy; in the
center is. Hayes Jenkins, who placed first; his brother, David, third place winner; and team-
856 767 773 2398'
V Tahiti Jewelry
Lane . .
842 966 949 2757
Tahiti Jewelers . 50
Stempel attri Son .. 47
Summit Hills-G-C' 45
Colonial Ins. 41
H. I. Homa Co. ....
Fuerza y Luz ...... 27
Agenda Glud ..... 19
Won Lost Ave.
SI 29 .638
STANDINGS AS OF FEB
T.on nlud Affencles .. 7 0
.6951 American Leelon .... 3 4
26th, Engineers, 3
"Part Linuldo" '...... 3
The ten leading bowlers of the
lp"?iie are now:
Name Games Ae.
Coffew .. .. .. .. 60
Balcer .. .. .. .. 60
Jacober .. .. .. ... 57
rolbert .. .. .. .. 60
Ellenberger .. .. .. 26
Schlrmer .. .. 6Q
McGarvcy .-. .. .. 3
Hammer .. .. .. 5
Kunkel ... .., .. .. 57
The scores of Tuesday night's
play at Diablo: : ..
Butch Baker's Pan Llquldo
t.nnlr over thlrri Dlace In the Pa
cific Roftball League by virtue
of a 9-5 win over Orba's Signal'.1
pan Llquldo drew nrsi dioou
scoring once in the first.
Rienal wined off the one rurt
lead with Trahon's two run,
v,nw,. in tVisli half nf t.h rtJ
1 QH J- 19 : nlncr Th.F mlrienrl t.hlx hrear.H
18813 1 in the second when Mohn hom hom-18724!ered
18724!ered hom-18724!ered with Hearny on base and,
184 27! Hill scored on Stewart's slngla
183 53! van T.lnuldn scored two run
18340 in the third frame and one tit
the fourth; thanks to catcher
Mohn'i wild throw to second
hui Viita in th. fifth rave
Rfi7the Cerveceria club three run-.
Motyklew let 158
Balcer . 228
' 971 893 952 2817
I. Homa Co.
, 181 163 167
And Campesi tripled home two
more In the, seventh lor aaaea
fielding gem of the day was
Petrowskfs back-handed stab
at Mohn's hot drive down th
third base line. He held onto it;.
921 913 9512785
PACIFIC TWILIGHT LEAGUE
Final First Half Standings
Team Won Lost
Lucky Strike .......... 5 1
American Legion ..... 4 2
Hlph School 2 4
Junior College 15
The box score:
538 Pan Liquido Ab R
532Dahl ss ..." 3 2
659 petrowski 3b . . 3 1
lane e ..... 4 0
Kilpatrlck 2b ... 2 2
Roach lb ........ j
Bcnnet p -3 2
Campesi cf ...... 4 J
Herrera It ....... V
Baker rf ........ 3 0
Balboa Stadium 2:00 p.m.
r Lucky strike ts. Ame'r. Lerion
The Pacific- Twlloopers with
ole Jupiter Pluvius permitting
will get the second half of play
underway this afternoon at the
Ralboa Stadium when the Lucky
strikers and the American Le Legionnaires
gionnaires Legionnaires will clash at 2:00
' Wet grounds and' rairi wash washed
ed washed out the schedule for the past
week and today's game which
had been postponed has now
been re-scheduled. Lucky Strike,
defending champions and first
half winners, with their three
man pitching staff well rested
can start anyone tf their three
hurlers. It looks like either Webb
Hearne or Lou Charles will get
the call with young Charley
Chase behind the plate.
The Legionnaires can call on
9 9 21
Matsomato 3b-ss .2
Stewart If 3
Trahon 2b ...... 4
Tlnirler rf 4
Ellis. cf 4 0 0
vol lb 3 0 0
Hearny p ....... 3 1 0
Mohn c ..... 2,11
' 29 5 8 21 7;
Homeruns: Trahon, Mohn. 3-
base hits: Campesi. 2-base hitsij
Kilpatrlck. Strikeouts: Bennet 3,
Hearney 5. Time: 1:23. Umpire:
Score By innings J
pan Llquldo 102 130 2-9 9 3,
Signal 230 000 0-5 8 T;
There will be a softball meet-,
inff on Monday, Feb. 6, atT:01.
pm. at the Knights of Colum-V
bus Club. All persons concerned
are urged to attend. .!
Charley Hinz or Jerry Johnson,
with Hinz the likely choice. Dick;
Johnson and Bud Hartman wUJ.
more than likely share th
catching burden as they hav
done in the first half of play.' j;
, ; ". .
TACKLES NEW SPORT
Norman, Okla. (NEA) Tarkl
Eldon Loughridge, one of Okl
hnma'i fnnthall tri-rantains tht4
past season, is out for the school
boxing team. He was mtramiiraj
heavyweight champ at Norman,
.face scry cn pcrc 8
vf V w
.' 'i Z i, V
THE' BLACK SWAMP, bane of Isthmian railroad
ngineering, Pearl Harbor, Hey wood Broun and
Fifty miles of clickety-clack on the railroad train from Balboa to Colon never
fails to turn up something of interest. Also, like the movement of any train, anywhere,
it jars loose ideas..
; So we never resist these once-a-month afternoon missions to the Cold Coast. Each
trip the sights along the way and the changes made, invite excursion into the past and
Set off speculation about what's ahead.
' Since the hassle at Balboa Heights and points far, far north about what to
jjo with what was a "chemin de fer" and is still a 'ferrocarril" these trips have,
become tours of amateur inspection.
t While enjoying the ride, one
forms a thumb-nail view of this
public utility which several Con Congressmen
gressmen Congressmen thought somebody
;sprms in a terrific hurry to get
The trips fall Into a familiar
One drives to the Heights sta station
tion station barely in time to get park-
LVITII A LOADED
In your living room!
VOO wHI Uv K,
tn way It eowld
happen lo you I
to Colon Rattles Loose
cd under the nearest banyan
and buy ticket and magazine
before the train slides in,
Usually somebody Is fooling
around the historic locomotive
frozen there on the rails.
Sometimes it's a puzzled-looking
middle-aged adult staring a a-hcad
hcad a-hcad from the engineer's cab.
He looks as if he might be try trying
ing trying to recreate the lost flavor
of the days when being a rail railroad
road railroad engineer was tops in most
boys' dreams of the future. We
hurry by, hoping whatever wor worries
ries worries him will fall into place aft after
er after a turn at the throttle.
This time, though, the loco locomotive
motive locomotive was Infested with little
girls, big little girls playing tag
all over the boiler and having a
wonderful time .-
Why one buys .a. magazine for
these excursions is a mystery.
Little of it gets read. But there
is something about a journey
that requires a magazine to dip
into now and again,
Ca'gily, knowing "almost the
exact spot the coaches' Will stop,
we station ourselves there to be
one of the first on the train. Our
real object is to get a double
seat to ourselves on the Canal
. This accomplished, we stretch
out on the comfortable wicker
and eat our lunch as- the train
whips through the close-in com communities
munities communities Corozal, Ft. Clayton.
Each time the tunnel is a bit
of a surprise. ,- 1 ;
Beyond it, we get our first
good view of the Canal. The
freighter Hey wood Broun is
nuking its way southward. We
think for a moment of the col columnist
umnist columnist for whom it was named.
But now the train is slowing
down for Pedro Miguel so we
have to take a look at the ruins
of this place. , ..
We speculate a bit about the,
fcnaf rlnh thpre and the sad
monetary shortage tha befell it
Soon we are sizing up the at attractive
tractive attractive new homes in Paraiso
and the brightly yellow poro-po-ro
trees bursting out on still still-green
green still-green jungle hillsides. In no
time at all. it seems, we're at
Gamboa where we overtake a
big German ship, homeport
Emden. We ponder the yellow,
red and black striped ensign at
her stern, speculate she may
be an ore carrier, since she's
in tow of a tug.
Beyond Gambop, our real ins inspection
pection inspection of the railroad begins.
Object of our personal and un unauthorized
authorized unauthorized survey is to form our
own opinion about problems fac facing
ing facing our betters as to whether
to turn the iron horse out to
graze and build a highway on
its roadbed cost $9 million, v
For some perverse reason we we-are
are we-are particularly interested i n
whether the choice has to be
between a railroad, or a high highway.
way. highway. Our analysis of Canal de defense
fense defense comes up with the invar invariable
iable invariable answer: We'd better have
Beyond Gamboa a road of
some sort is visible for a half
mile, mavbe more, on the east
(non-Canal) side of the railroad.
From there on for 18 to 20 miles
the train runs past, on that side,
a succession of fairly steep hills
and small tarns apparently cre created
ated created by the track embankment.
Few of the hills are very high.
We can see no reason why
bulldozers and tournapulls, or
what have you, cannot be sent
in there a few at a time to cut
and fill the foundation for a
road that would run just the
other side of the transmission
line standards which straddle
To be sure, a big fast job
would require so much use of
the railroad to haul the spoil
that it would perhaps not be av av-ilable
ilable av-ilable for commercial traffic.
But a slow job, leaving the cuts
time to grow grass on their fac faces,
es, faces, and the fills time to settle
and stabilize, would produce in
a few years grades for a two two-lane
lane two-lane highway on beyond Frijo Frijo-les
les Frijo-les and Monte Lirio and Que Que-brancha.
brancha. Que-brancha. So far so good.
Now we come to the Black
Swamp which greyed the hair
of Canal builders.
Along both sides of the track
the water comes within a few
feet of the grassy shoulders of
the roadbed. ;
The tricky stretch, we're told.
is beyond the bridge, fori two or
tnree miles before tne transmis transmission
sion transmission lines branch off on solid
ground to the right (east) over
what was to have been the new
right-of-way had the Third
Locks been finished.
Up to now our proposed rOad
has been both a public conve convenience
nience convenience and a military asset. If
we're going both to keep our
railroad and have a defense
highway, convenience may have
to be sacrificed at this pdint; but
Our suggestion is that the Ca Canal
nal Canal be authorized by Secretary
Brucker's section of the Penta Pentagon
gon Pentagon to start at once dumping
rock and earth, and pumping
sand, not too rapidly at any one
place, on both sides of the pres present
ent present roadbed, just beyond the
Since the oldtimers have warn
"Let the people
ed us of a peculiar unstability
far below the surface of the
deck black water, care should
be taken to balance the weight
of what's dumped on opposite
sides, also to create a not-too-
steep lateral slope under water
along the railroad. Plans for a
simple temporary bridge, even
a pontoon bridge, should also be
To be sure, we don't have a
soils laboratory to learn what
goes on in the muck under the
Lake. But we're wagering that
if this plan were followed it
would presently be possible ta
build on each side, of the pres present
ent present roadbed, a one-lane highway
over which military v e h i c 1 e s
could move at all the speed
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Cover It lightly with crushed
rock, run a tank over it how and
again, and let it subside before
adding a surface.
Presently the Hemisphere will
have both (1) a valuable-military
and civilian transportation
road and (2) a railroad
which may be of inestimable
value if we have to fight anoth another
er another war.
Nobody who was here before,
and during and after the attack
on Pearl Harbor, could forget
how badly military and civilian
transportation (freight and pas passenger)
senger) passenger) was needed oVernight.
know the truth and itie
PANAMA, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1958
ome iaeas un
ONCE MID-ISTHMIAN HILLTOPS, these islands
separated by inundated areas ol varying depth.
Or how quickly gasoline ration rationing
ing rationing went on.
Pentagon men who made the
decision the -railroad isn't im important
portant important as a defense asset, or
that we could depend safely on
nothing but the Trans-Isthmian
Highway in the interim between
wrecking the railroad and open opening
ing opening the new highway, were sure-
Teagiie Von'l Seek
Continuation Of Gl
Home Loan Program
WASHINGTON, Feb. 4 (UP)
"tL! 1 n m j .1.-
wiianinan unn jl. league ui me
House Veterans Committee an-
nouncea today he will make no
effort to continue the GI home loan
program, due to expire next year
ior veterans of world War II.
The Texas Democrat said.'
personally don't intend to try to
extend the program." He said he
was speaking for himself and not
necessarily for the house commit
tee.. : ... v;-
guilders and veterans groups
are anxious lor Congress to ex
tend the program, under which the
veterans Administration guarant
ees repayment of home loans for
veterans and thus makes' possible
more iavoraoie terms.
country is safe
f I f
PILEDMVLNG at the Black Swamp. T17, shot, a ad the one opposite, were taken In Sept., 1907..
and hummocks along the Panama Canal roadbed through Gatun
Not far from this stretch the road crosses the Black Swamp.
ly not on this scene at Pearl
Down the coach-aisle comes a
pleasant faced conductor.
"Is this," we inquire, "the
stretch of road we've been hear hearing
ing hearing so much about?"
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T .'-T .....
We expect a casual answer.
But instead "he gives an appre apprehensive
hensive apprehensive look in our direction
and darts off toward the next
car so fast you'd think somebo somebody
dy somebody had fallen off the train.
And so we ponder.
Has the word gone out not to
discuss the black swamp? Or is
the man merely tired of the sub subject?
ject? subject? ; :s.'.:. ;.v
As tree flowering pink in the
jungle diverts our a 1 1 e n t i 0 n.
Then a white crane standing in
the marsh; then four pelicans
clustered .together on G a t u n
Lake as if for a closed hearing.
All of a sudden, Gatun locks
loom up on the left. We tell our-
SUNP'V. FEBRUARY 5 a
10:38 .n 4:27 a m
11:07 a.m. 4:47 p.m.
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. ltL,Qr.r rrt -'li-'-Mum -i ., A Vriv r rr. i n ...-in:
selves we've been thinking like
an editorial, and it's none of
our business anyway. -But
as we grab our unread
magazine and start off the train
On Re-Trial Stand
KANSAS CITY. Kan.. Fph i
(UP)- Cpl. Edward S. Dickpnsnn
one of the 23 Americans who re-1
fused repatriation after capture in I
me Korean war, testified today in
a bid for freedom that his weight :
dropped from 158 to 100 pounds I
auring a "death march" in North
Deftnst Horntyi, tttklng
Dickanson's release from Feder Federal
al Federal prison through a habeas corp corpus
us corpus action,- put' the 25-year-old
graying soldier on the stand in a
Army and Government attor attorneys
neys attorneys objected, but Judge Arthur
J. Mellott permitted Dickenson to
testify under questioning .'by his
rawyers, Guy Emery, Washington,
and Homer Davis, Leavenworth.
Dickenson,, now back to his nor normal
mal normal weight, is under a 10-year
sentence at Fort Leavenworth for
aiding the enemy and informing
on fellow prisoners, He testified
he was captured by "the Red
Chinese while hiding under a bush"
in November, 1950.
In answer to questions;-he said
conditions in the first prison camp
were unbearable with the Ameri Americans
cans Americans having only "scant clothing"
in zero weather.
The Korean War veteran, whose1
home is at Cracker's Neck, Va.,
contends he is unjustly and un
lawfully detained by the Army I
because he was a civilian when
he was tried by court martial in
Three of the other returnees
have been freed by the Supreme
Court, which ruled that the mili-
i.tJ,rimaJrnt try. civilian.
In Colon, we ee a lot mor
ships moving along toward the
We know the defense value of
the Canal is many levels lower
than some other spots anybody
could name. But its pretty use use-ful,
ful, use-ful, in peace or war. So maybe,
after all it is our business to
inspect it, and to report to in-
TODAY 75'- 40
JOth Ctnivry-FoR pmti s
Of iuxi f
Also: "PUNTS and STUNTS"
1 1 1
'P. t 1 t
USE SCISSORS to cut oyf the silhottf
ettes below and mount them on fJi
front and back, respectively, of a piece of
cardboard. Bo sure to keep the rider up upside
side upside down. t Next punch out small Jwiea
at points indicated and run loop$ of string
through the holes as shown at right. Place
loops over forefingers, wind up and pull.
Coor rider a bright hue or hijfis.
I 11 i i ii i' ii i i ) ii i i man I in J
Gvss-Numbers Wits Test
ml ii lmtJM
Cfioss Krar Krar-BERS
BERS Krar-BERS are
solved by the
same method as
clues referring to
of words. One
digit is to be
placed in. each
1. Which is the
merriest letter of
the alphabet, be
cause it is always in fun?
3. Quotation marks.
6. A century and a quarter,
7. Thrice what number is twice that number?
8. 11 o'clock plus 9 equals o'clock.
9. "Keep eyes on finger," indicate that
the shopkeeper suspects the presence of a thief.
11.. If one-third of 6 apples sell for 12 cents, what
will one-half of 14 apples sell for?
12. The motto on the U. S. quarter contains how
many letters? v
1. Jefferson's picture Is on this paper bill.
2. How many states seceded U form the Con
3. Time to retire, v
4. Next term in the series: 26, 20, 15, 11, 8.;
6 A baseball team -and & football team total
this many . ,,. ...
8.' Fill the blank: ' '..
"In Eighteen Hundred
the Canal at Panama was begun."
6. The number of amendments to (rat Consti Constitution.
tution. Constitution. 10. Riddle: What has mouth in IU face ?
' 11. Smallest number of people In this party: 2
cousins, a brother and A sister, a nephew And 4
niece, a son and daughter, and an aunt and uncle.
13. A biped carrying a fish and a leg o' mutton.
How many legs?
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SIX ON A MATCH TEST
AS a solitaire diversion take 13 matches or tooth toothpicks
picks toothpicks and form the figure shown above. Con Con-.
. Con-. alder it to represent sheep pens, each the same size.
The farmer who owns the pens needs one of the
partitions for something else. However, he still
wants to form six pens of the same size with the
12 sections of fence that will .remain when he takes
one section away;
The problem, therefore, IS to discard one of the
13 matches and form the six pens. Thi does not
mean that the matches must remain in their pres present
ent present position. The figure may be another shape nd
enissort smu mo "him in uuoj
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TINY ONES XO BIG ONES
IT'S asier. to-add up numbers
when, you see them before you
than when you have to think
about them and then write them
down. For instance:
Suppose there are couples hav having
ing having the surname Hundred, Thou Thousand
sand Thousand and Million. Suppose that
In one week babies are born to
' Mf. and Mr. Ar Million, tr. and
' Mrs. B; Million and Mr. and Mrs.
C. Million threel Million babies
to three families In one week'.
In the same week, a pair of
twins are born to Mr. and Mrs. A.
Thousand, and triplets Are born
to Mr. and Mrs. A. Hundred.
Now try this test:
1. To the number of children
In the families mentioned above
' (three Million babies, a pair of
twins, and triplets) add one more
than ninety thousand nine hun hundred
dred hundred and ninety-nine.
2. To this sum add a billion
divided by a million. An Ameri American
can American billion and an English billion
are different, so tfe'll specify the
3. Now add half of six docen
dozen, and a half doien dosen.
Then Include thirteen gross k
vided by a baker' doten.
4. Finally, add the difference
,between twice twenty-five and
twice five and twenty.
What Is the total sum?
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CRTPTO-CKAX' are substitu substitution
tion substitution cipher problems in which
solvers are asked to decode the
punch lines of amusing quips. To Today's
day's Today's quip is as follows!
Young groom: "Darling, you're
Young bride: "SVH RXTI1 Q
JNTHZ NPZ ACS iF 8 VII EH-
QPK VNYP'S CELYSHZ LIIS."
CRYPTIC hint: a single-letter
word Is usually Indicative of.
. A or I. In the above instance,
It Is wise to assume that it is "I."
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TCNGCK TESTER: Tiny
Tommy Tlmpklna tearfully tried
twenty times to teach two teams
of terrible teals to tap two tapirs
Figure It Out
"l DIVIDED 116.00 among my
children yesterday," said An Anderson.
derson. Anderson. "None of them got less
than $4.00 and two of them re received
ceived received the same amount."
"So what," said X, feeling
"Just In case you want to fig figure
ure figure out how many children I
hare and how much I gave to
each one," he replied.
"But how can I on that flimsy
information?" I said, growing
"Well, I suppose 1 ought to tell
j'ou that the product of the-vari-ous
amounts I gave to each of
them equals the number of square
inches In a certain number of
square feet That's enough infor-
matlon for you to figure with,
' Can you figure out how many
children Mr. Anderson had, and
how much money he gave to
ijiinp xie paidj
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REARRANGE the letters in
each of the following groups
to form names of famous Ameri Americans:
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MERRY-GO-ROUND OF FIGURES
Big Game Hunt
K A I T M P
AN6E I A
I L ARHN
A HUNTER can never be sure
of what to expect when he
stalks big game, of course. The
nimrod above is no exception.
Hidden in the maze of letters
given are the names of four wild
animals and a bird '-that might
com within his sights. The
names can be found by moving
one letter at a time horizontally
or vertically (but not diagonally)
in any direction.
Clue: All ar creatures that
might be seen at a zoo, but their
natural habitats at spread over
Question of Ages
1 am twice the age you were
When was the age you are,
When you are the age I be,
Then yoti and 1 together mill be
How old is each?
figures 1 to
21 not already in inserted,
serted, inserted, see if you
can complete this
magic circle, so
that the numbers
In each 6 sub sub-circles
circles sub-circles in A
line total 51.
As an aid,. we'll
tell you this: the
lowest figure in
the outer circle
is already in
place. A erngle..
' digit occupies the
center circle. ''
' Time yourself;
then let someone
else try. Warn Warning:
ing: Warning: You'll need A
pencil with a
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Can You Arrange the Floners?
DOTTY CIRCUS PROBLEM
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' Fabulous Foods for People You
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Encyclopedia of the Opera, by
David Bwen (A. A. Wyn, ,694
pages: 87.50). A compendium
covering composers, singers,
arias, famous performances, op opera
era opera houses and directors as well
as the stories of over 500 operas.
A companion volume to the au author's
thor's author's Home Book of Musical
Knowledge. .; The- typography is
kind to the eyes.
STARTING At dot 1, draw A
continuous line from dot to
dot consecutively to dot 22. How
soon can you recognize the miss missing
ing missing figure's Identity? By dot 10,
J One dot is used for 1 and 22.
- Afterwards, you may wish to
color the scene. Gay colors would
suit this figure to perfection,
F YOU sing in a quartet, how
many sing with you? It you ..
sing in an octet how many sing
with you? i If you sine; In de
collete how many sing with you ?
if inoMp t iMio.i)i 4 nox ;i
'jsqtimtt Any -V(X )0 ))30 n Mnoj
JO pssoduioa t) )j8tio r i"lit
TX) bring forth
hidden in the dia diagram
gram diagram at right,
color the drawing
with crayons or
colored pe n c i 1 s
according to the
G Green ;
Use red lightly
to make pink, if
you do not have
a pink crayon
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tVTHAT IS it ho
yet no man wants
to lose? -pq
pjtq f iiit
ers is Miss
pride in her tulips
which hav re received
ceived received sever a
awards at the an annual
nual annual flower show.
Her prize bed of
tulips consists of
25 plants set in
live rows of five
shown In the diagram of 25 squares. Let us assume
that the diagram is numbered from one to 25 in
flv horizontal rows of five squares each.
For this year's planting, Frances has decided to
set Out 25 tulip bulbs in such A way as to produce
the following color scheme:
Four continuous straight rows of red tulips with
flv.plants in each row.
Four continuous straight rows of yellow tulips 1
with two bulbs in each row.
How can Frances plant the 25 bulbs to produce
this Arrangement of red and yellow tulips?
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HOW quickly can you complete
the diagrams 'and find the'
missing letters .to the skeleton skeletonized
ized skeletonized words?
To solve: copy each letter now
showing, in the empty blank or
blanks directly beneath it. Then,
using the letters in the lower
blanks as clues, guess at the
missing letters and try to f oi'm
short words, likewise placing the
same letter in all blanks of re respective
spective respective vertical rows.
When the correct letters of the
key words are found, shorter
words will be formed throughout
It's not necessary to fill in all
the short words to guess the
longer ones. Some puzzlists may
wish to make this a time race.
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The Horse Thief
A MAN who had stolen a horse
rode away on its back at the
rate of twenty miles per Nhour.
After he had gone ten miles, the
owner started in pursuit At the
rate of twenty-five miles per
hour. For forty miles he followed
the trail of the thief and then
turned back, thinking that he
never could catch him. Had he
continued his pursuit, in how
many more hours would he have
overtaken the horse thief?
B31IUI .iOlU Ul U( UHI(
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By EiiQtnt Sheffer
1 Israel thai blossom And do
' i what? HlJS 7:B) ;
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- 15 One of the cities built by the
children of Gad (Num. 32:34)
18 Aram's father (Luke 3.33)
17 Small amount
-18 Cravat- .....
24 Flesh ot'animals.
28 Brother of Elon (Gen. 46:14)
29 This number of persons out of
ten were chosen1 to dwell in
other cities than Jerusalem
30 Short-eared mastiff (her.)
33 College cheer.
34 We are all one whet, in
Christ? (Rom. 12:5)-
40 Biblical word for cows (Deut
42 Son of Diiihon (Gen 36:28)
' 44 Hue.
45- rIntimidate. -.
49 All .countries came t Jo-
snph in Egypt to buy what?
.51 Dinner bell
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nail'" n. SBi.l)3 njiioq jo jsquinu qi 52 Daughter or Dibiaim mos.
Bsiiqi iti;n enumi i.mnq jo jsquinu l:a) -U
ssiu(j AU-Ajui ;onnig 53 Some.
55- Pack tightly.
' 68 Not in the scsle.
67 Take ease.
88 Large serpent'
62 Biblical City (1 Chr. 4:29)
64 A greet people who lived in
Ar in times past (Deut 2:10)
68 Storms violently.
69 Twenty -foul hours. ,
3 Rebckah's nurse (Gen.i35:S)
6 Fish eggs.
7 That is (abbr.)
8 An intimate.
9 What part of Jesus did Mary
anoint? (John 12:3)
11 Symbol for iridium.
12 Son of Seir (1 Chr. 1:38)
20- Providing food.
23 Adult males.
24 Great number.
25 Be borne along.
28 Mother of Isaac (Gen, 21:3)
27 Puff up.
. 28 Marries.
29 Stage in glacier ice formation.
81 Cubic capacities of merchant
. 34-Wild hog.
37 Let down.
39- The first garden (Gen. 3:23)
40 David was one.
43- Sisler of Martha (John 11:1)
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45 Order. 54 Ohe of an ancient peoples.
47 Sway. 85 Arrive.
48 Tibetan gazelle. ( 87 Knock.
49 Throws. 68 Large.
50 Bulbous plant 60 The turmeric.
62 Upon what did Jesus com- 01 Low coral island.
mand the multitude should 63 Chinese unit of weight
sit? (Mat 14:19) 85 Mother.
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above holds the key to a win
for White. How quickly can you
figure out the order of play?
White moves first, going up the
board, and wins in seven moves.
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- AN1 UNORTHODOX SAIUTEAn unidentified recruit in' the new German' army jok-;
. 4ngly tips his hat while introducing himself to a "superior officer a private first class,
t shortly nfter arriving at th Andernach barracks. Buddy is amused by introduction.
SPOTTING AID FOR THP INFANTRY A converted tarwt drons (tnn is rnw krinit hzpA
PEACOCK EFFECT Lovely actress Joan Fontaine wears a as a pilotless photo plane to spot enemy movement for combat infantry units. Plane
Hattie Carnegie creation of black taffeta with a flange tested at Van Nuys, Calif carries still or movie cameras and is controlled from ground
neckline-in front. Evening gown has an extra lull akirt r by radio wave. An aerial shot (below) taken from drone shows tanks nearing a road.
f A SVN8URST IN THE SKY Flashing by like a sunburst, this Lockheed TV-2 trainer, flying over Burbank, Calif., sports -p
, a Mw. orange and white paint design adopted by theNavy. Trainers are now flown by pilots of 14 friendly nations.
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WHO'S MARILYN MONROE? Anyone from Sweden
(and other spots, too) might be justified in preferring
A ml a Ekbeig to- ManlyaJIop BiQdeiJn.herjiaU.Y.CLlandfc
t'-.t't a star in movies and is favorite with photographers.
' ; King Features Synjiule
MARINES FIGHT POLIO United States Marines at Terre
Haute, Ind., accept a contribution from: John Napier in
' march against rJolio. Marines, moving one foot for every
" ' tliinrr'are-mnrtingftlwo-lndtartflpolifr- to-joiiv-a
similar group starting from state line near Richmond.
PRESSURE ON, THEY MOVE WEST
TOURING 1955, more than 230,000 East Germans fled to 17
-f the west and freedom while the Russians cracked down
in a new drive to Sovietize their occupation zone still fur
ther. The result of this drive was an increased flow of refu refugees
gees refugees out of the area despite the so-called relaxation of.
tension during the Geneva conference. These scenes, at. a
refugee center inWest Berlin, show some of the lucky ones.;
He's heading for spot wher "free music ome$ from.'
'A sombtr-faced youngster clutches his doll at the camp.
A long line of refugees forms outside one of the kitchens in tne comp t center just XeforTthe' dinner belfloundsT
BATMAN SUFFERS INDIGNITY JUST FOR
(See Story on Page 2 and 3)
PANAMA, R. P., SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 5, M5
(T I f I I
Text: AXON A II. KIRKLAND
Fix: RALPH K. SKINNER
al and efficient Fred Gcrhardt,
ably assisted by Betty (Mrs. Ger Ger-bardt)
bardt) Ger-bardt) who is serving her second
How a project evolves from a year as general secretary.
cautious experiment into an estab- Each successive committee has
lishcd function is well illustrated profited by the experience of its
I by the history of the Annual Spring predecessor and so it has come
I Festival of St. Luke's Cathedral. I about that various chances have
Ancon. This year's fair is scheduled ( been made from year to year,
for next Saturday. j After the first year it was decid-
whose was the original idea for ed that it would be more advant advant-I
I advant-I a fair probably is not known, but' ageous to hold the fair before Lent
lit may well .have been a long-suf- rather than after Easter and so
jfering husband sparked into ac- the date was changed to the Sat-.-j
lion as the.result of one too many urday before the beginning of Lent,
cold dinners eaten in solitude while; The time also has been changed
the distaff side of the household from afternoon and evening to mid-
i Ifought a losing battle between morning until dark.
t home and food sales, bazaars and Attractions that failed to attract
various other church functions.
At any rate, the idea of having
j: : 1 1 L. ...I.
were 'discontinued anu uuiiis suu
One such casualy was the pho
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DISCUSSING their project in the Festival, Bernice Betts and Billy KirkWd will have
- surprises aplenty for the "horsey" set.
one large function, in which all of tography. It would seem that the
the organizations of the church public is far more interested m
could participate and at 'which photographing celebrities than be be-each
each be-each group could raise its yearly ing photographed with them.
quota for charitable projects and' Added last year, and especially
obligations, was adopted and put popular with the youngsters, were
into effect in the form of a fair, i games of darts and ring toss.
Since it took place in April, it So much has the venture
was called a Spring Festival. That1 grown in scope that plans f r 9
it was popular as a community, made and projects started for the
function is evidenced by the fact; next year immediately after each
that this year's fair will be the festival. So for a whole year the
seventh consecutive presentation. I chairman is on the alert for new
' What are the most important ideas in the way-of attractions,
factors contributing to the success This explains why the Gerhardls
of the Soring Festival? H returned from their States vaca-
First the generosity of the C P tion last fall with innumerabla
Morgans in making available their cartoons of stuffed animals and
beautiful and spacious grounds also explains the presence of the
and then the splendid spirit of co- pert panda on the cover,
operation and enthusiasm between Several of the organizations have
the various organizations and the sponsored the same project since
general chairman, this year gem- the festival came into being. One
"BATMAN" Edward J. Lucas is the target for wet sponges hurled by eager children.
Its all for fun at the Festival.
MRS. JACKIE GUSTIN and Mrs. William Kirkland display
some of the many stuffed animals to be given as prizes at
. ,. ' the Festival.
such group is the Evening Guild Break the Dishes, a form of base-
of the, Woman's Auxiliary with' ball toss.
their remarkable goose that feeds The children of the Bella Vista
not on grain, but on money, and Children's Home are discussing
in return disgorges all kinds of the fair in general and their pop'.
prizes. corn booth in particular, with great
Judging from the expressions of glee since they seldom go out in
mingled awe and pleasure on the a large group,
faces of some of the small fry, one What could have proved a head head-wonders
wonders head-wonders whether the prize is not ache, parking off Gaillard High High-secondary
secondary High-secondary to the remarkable gast- way, has been handled so efficient efficient-ronomic.
ronomic. efficient-ronomic. feat. ly by the Canal Zone Police Force,
As the date of the fair approach- that there is no apparent prob probes,
es, probes, work in the different organiza- lent. -tions
is accelerated. Those who Acting as trouble shooters and
think that no one bothers to sew helping wherever needed, especial especial-in
in especial-in this age should see the Morn- ly in keeping a sharp lookout for
ing Guild at work in Bishop Mor-. Utter and damage to plants and, i
ns Han cutting out aprons, now-- shrubs, is tne Boy icout iroopi
ers, small children's and doll's sponsored by the Cathedral. 1 j
clothing and distributing it to those These are but a few of the ac-
who prefer to sew at home. Itivities and problems,- chosen at
The members of the Tower Club, random, to illustrate the group
re busy discussing the best re-' effort necessary to achieve the
cioe for barbecued hamburgers popularity that this project now
since theirs is the pleasant task of enioys.
feeding the hordes of hungry visit The Spring Festival has become
ors. r ja community affair where friends
The Youth Group is divided, those and neighbors from both sides of
whose favorite sport is horseback the Isthmus meet for a day oi fun
riding, help with .the -pony rides,' and camaraderie and Mr. and Mrs.
the others-sell ice cream. The Morean have provided the perfect
children of the Sunday School are- setting for an affair of this magni-
mugently collecting old dishes lor tudc. "
LALGIIIXG FIT TO SPLIT are these children previewing a Spring Festival attracwoii. -...
Include Brian E. Keeney, William K. Renew, Pamela Jane Renew, Alpheus Sloan, Jr., Alary
Ann Nita, Carolyn Sue Sloan and Suzette N. Sloan.
CHAIRMAN of the ticket committee, Mrs. Elmer Abbott, sells
one to Bill Kirkland.
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sterling flatware and other expensive items will be available at the "white elephant" booth
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LINCOLN AND THE PRAIRIE GRASSES
A Morning Dialogue In Coles County; Illinois, mi
By Donald E. Musselman
This, In spring of life, the morning traveler,
Firmly striding; knowing a new day's promise,
But hearing winds and far-off thunder.
This, the road to north and west,
Into the country of the Sangamon, and beyond,
To far-off spheres f gathering smoke.
These, the slender voices of the morning:
The prairie grasses, slowly undulating,
Whispering questions tn the velvet dawn,
Blowing queries down the blue-soft -air.
"From where do you come, Abe Lincoln?"
I come from the blue mountains, the rivers and
the valleys of the land.
Z come Xrom hills of laurel and dogwood
blossoms, and the hard oak forests.
I am part of the soil, the spring thaw, the
seed-time and the harvest.
I am one with seeds and buds and hanging fruit,
with dusty shocks of autumn corn.
I come from the homely world of the farmer,, the
riverman and the hunter In the woods.
I come from the people who do the work and
whose watchwords are simplicity and truth.
"And where do you yo.Abe Lincoln
I go on
Into the musty, leather-smelling chambers
of law and Justice.
Into the marketplaces of the nation,
Into a world of ideas In conflict,
Into a world of smoke and thunder
and broken men.
My road is long,
Leading across the lonesome breach of earth,'
And I must travel it alone.
"And what wia you do, Abe Lincoln?"
I will preach a gospel of free men and brother brotherhood
hood brotherhood to all who travel on the great highway.
, X will rebuild the columns of the broken temple.
I will forge a Union stronger than any
I will be the shepherd to my people.
"And hoto will you live, Abe Lincoln?"
. In hope and faith will I live on;
Minds and bodies sickened by pain and anguish
will remember me
And take new courage.
I will live on In the deep warm black
of my American earth
And in the soul and heart of its people.
"Be strong, be brave, Abe Lincoln.1
The sun Is bright upon the hills;
.The road leads on. I
(Editor's Note: The above poem by a teacher at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa THth School underlines the anniversary f the birth f
Abraham Lincoln, which will be observe next Sunday, Feb.
J Herewith And solution to Sunday Crcor4 ft?
Je No, 623. published today.
Answer Ur Sunday, December tS, CrypUqulpt
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C4RISTMA3 IN THE CEMETERY Belated! y, Christmas has come to John Michael Collins,
whe wt killed last March by car when he was only Ave years old. Hit grieving grandmother
put a decorated tree beside his grave in Indianapolis, Ind. Hi! grandfather put a gun and a wagon
under the tree, beeause "we knew be would have liked them."
The Washington Meiry-Go-Round
Sy CrV rASQM
WASHINGTON Host impor-.one could get tofietben Result: the
taut nuestiOB raised bv all the
k)Ubaloe ever the John Foster
Dulles ''brmk-of-war" statement is
whether the United States is drift
iog into war, or caa keep the
peace. -. v:
AU other ciuesuonj are ummDor-
lani. ine political teuouig De-
(weea democrats and Bcpubucans
aroused by the Life Magazine ar
ticle doesnt amount to a bill of
beans. Only important is the flues
tion of war and peace.
bo let's take a careful iook at
the Dulles-Eisenhower score.
Before doing so. however, it
might be well to recall that during
the Hoover administration, when
the world first started its downhill
drift toward war, aa internation internationally
ally internationally minded Republican Secretary
of State, Henry L. Stimson, did
his pest to wars tne u.s. and nis
own president that aggressors were
on the march ia Asia and that
this might lead toward war.
Sumson saw the landing of the
Japanese army in Manchuria Sept.
18. 1931. as the first sign of even
tual world war and Be tried to Ho
exactly what Duties says he's
doing now take a firm stand which
would prevent war. Stimson want wanted
ed wanted the fleet mobilized, approached
the Canadian, Mexican, and Chil Chilean
ean Chilean governments for use of bases
along their coast, was ready to
use the threat of force to stop
the Jap warlords.
Cut lus president. Herbert Hoov
er, was opposed. So were strong
isolationist elements within tne
Republican party. In mere after
move Drooosed oy bumson. ne
was stopped by his own president
and his own party.
BOLDNESS MUST BE -CLEAR-CUT
Chinese Reds, knowing how con confused
fused confused we were, kept right on ad advancing.
vancing. advancing. That, however, is history. Let's
look at the future.
Life Magazine and Dulles also
claim that "war and avoided"
against Juemoy and Matsu as a
result of the "Dulles policy of bold boldness."
ness." boldness." v :
WAS DULLES BOLD
However, it happens that the Red
Chinese have been building air
strips and massing troops opposite
Quemoy and Matsu for some time
and despite Dulles' boldness, war
certainly has not yet been avoided.
Oh the. rontrarv. three hieh IIJv
officials have just visited t a i s of boldness.
area, obviously worried a sent
REDS KNEW THE SCORE
Long before this, however, our
indecision had leaked to the Chin Chinese
ese Chinese Reds as a result of the many
high U.S. officials forced to fly ta
Formosa to break the bad new
and try to pacify Chiang Kai-shek.
Dulles himself at one time flew
to Formosa to try to persaude
Chiang Kai-shek to withdraw from
the difficult-to-defend Quemoy-MaU
su islands. But he did not mentioa
this in his life interview.
However, the Chinese Reds knew
about his attempt, for on Formosa
information leaks like a sieve. So
the Reds kept right on building
air strips and concentrating trooo
opposite Quemoy and Matsu regaru.
less oi me alleged Dulles policy
war Secretary of the Air Force
Queries, Chairman of the J o i n t
Chiefs of Staff Admiral Radford,
and Air Chief of Staff Twining.
Now just- what is the reason for
the apparent Chinese disdain for
Dulles' "policy of boldness?"
' The answer ia the same aa in
the case of Indochina: U.S. inde
cision and vacillation.
Here, despite the Life interview.'
are the inside facts as to what
On Sept. 12. 1954. the National
Security Council flew-to Denver
for an unprecedented meeting with
the President in which it urged
that a definite policy of boldness
be adopted toward Quemoy and
Matsu, and that authorization be
given to bomb the Chinese main mainland
land mainland in case the Red Chinese at-!
President Eisenhower, however,!
refused to buy this policy. He post-'
poned any decision. It was a diffi difficult
cult difficult one to make, and like Herbert
Hoover, when pressed bv Stimson
History showed that Stimson, in regard to Manchuria in 1931 1
was right, just as Dulles is be sine-stepped.
right ia his basic theory that war
east be prevented if the United
States takes a firm position and
makes that position clearly known
However, the position must be
so clear as to be completely un unequivocal.
equivocal. unequivocal. There can be no vacil
When it came to Indochina, the
Eisenhower administration vacil
lated all over the place, which
was why we lost Indochina, it was
not a "save," as Life Magazine
and Dulles so glibly put it. It was a
tragic loss largely because Nixon
said we would use troops, iusen
bower said we would not Use
troops, Dulles said one thing one
week and another the .next, and no ton Post, Nov. 8, 1954.
Three months later, Jan. 1855.
Eisenhower asked for a special
resolution from Congress giving
him power to retaliate on the Chin Chinese
ese Chinese mainland, even with atomic
bombs if the Red Chinese attacked
"Formosa and the Pescadores. .
this authority to include the secur securing
ing securing and protection of such related
positions and territories of that
area now in friendly hands."
But even here, there was bo
clear-cut decision regarding the
much-discussed islands of Quemo Quemo-and
and Quemo-and Matsu. Dulles himself
drafted the resolution which the
Congress adopted. And despite his
policy of boldness, he left the reso resolution
lution resolution vague. He did not mention
Quemoy and Matsu.
Furthermore, Dulles testimony
given to Senate leaders did not
specify whether Quemoy and Mat Matsu
su Matsu were included in the phrase
"related positions and territories."
Perhaps that's why the Red Chin Chinese
ese Chinese have gone en building base
and hauling up artillery opposite
Quemoy and Matsu. Obviously they
intend to test out the Dulles pltey
And the inescapable fact about
the Dulles policy is that it will
not work unless it's clear and un unequivocal.
equivocal. unequivocal. It will work when it's
really bold. But it won't work when when-backed
backed when-backed up by vacillation, indeci indecision,
sion, indecision, and phony, boldness.
Unfortunately the present inde inde-cision
cision inde-cision over Quemoy-Matsu could
plunge us into war.
For on- the U.S. commanders
who flash back first news f a
National Security Council kept Quemoy-Matsn attack will depend
moy-Matsu we in tap air. JCventu- wnetner the united Mates unleash unleash-ally
ally unleash-ally this indecision was noted in es the atomic bomb on the Chinese
the American press, the first ex-1 mainland a bomb which m any
elusive facts being published by event would turn millions of Asians
Chalmers Roberts of the Washing- against us and which could touch
.Dulles, referring to the pol
icy of risking war around Formosa
and Korea, stated in life: "It took
a lot more courage for the Presi President
dent President than far me, His was the
ultimate decision. -. .The Presi President
dent President never flinched for a minute
on any of these decisions. He came
mat, nowever, was not what
happened. Weeks passed, then
months. No decision came from
the While House. Meaawule the
off World War HI.
P. A. CLASSIFIEDS
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Washington News Notebook I
Brinks Aplenfy-Spill-Confroi j
Cy Yictcr Rissci
HEARD ON THIS BEAT:
Paying your debt to society after
taking it lor a rue or picking its
pocket is not as unpleasant a
chore as it irtight seem these days.
Not even the polish is chipped off
the manicured mohsters in the
course of repayment.
Mr. Doto, Joe Adonis, a suave
thief. simply got himself exiled
from the U.S.and went tome to
Italv to fee received by a Mon-
temarano brass band and a hero-
welcoming parade. William De
Koning. of the Joe Fay-New Jer
soy-New York mob served little
more than a year and went south
to live in the Florida sun on
million he squeezed out of workers
Now Joey Fay is getting out,
as we first predicted here. He is
also heading south to live on the
money he extorted, while at least
one close relative stays on the
Operating Engineers Union, pay
And the boas' himself is ready to
apply for a parole in 90 days.
He's none other than Al, the Ex Executioner,
ecutioner, Executioner, Anastasia. who has been
inrdurance net so vile at toe red
eral Correctional Institution at
Milan, Mich. For what he did to
society as chief butcher for Mur Murder,
der, Murder, Inc. Albert got nothing. For
"forgetting" to report income he
sot a year.
Anastasia went in on June 3,
1955. He applied for parole on Oct.
2 and was turned down,He'tt ap-
bIv again on or before April 3.
There is no technical reason for
holding aim since that a his "short
term date." He's been on good te
havior. He's had no labor visitors
He's done no business from his
cell. : :
So he'll probably come out and
try to dominate the waterfront
again. About him the government
said recently: Anastasia has been
engaged in watenront racKeieer racKeieer-ing
ing racKeieer-ing for years. While not technically
a labor leader "he has been active
and influential" m longshoremen's
union affairs. -All
this is equal justice before
the law? .-
That old Slate Dept. is going
to the brink aeain. It is consider
ine asking Walter Reuther to go
to India to woo Prime Minister:
Nehru to sort of make the Bul-
ganin-Khrushchev circuit proving
that this bier, bad capitalist state
permits, militant labor-leaders to
preaine nre nenma our gviucn
The Indian National Trade Union
. Congress wants Reuther, to. If
he goes, he can attend its April
convention is Calcutta and then
tour the country. The Indian labor
people want Reuther and not
George Meany because the latter,
recently blasted wenm as a viena
of the Communists. Reuther is re reported
ported reported wanting to go, but won't
if Meany doesn't heartily agree.
" Watch for a series of labor -demonstrations
on Washington, D.C.,
streets. These will bring thousands
of unionists from aH over the
nation as the Retail, Wholesale
and Department Store Union, the
Retail Clerks Association, the
Teamsters Brotherhood, the Butch Butcher
er Butcher Workmen- and the Building
Service Employes stagger their
rallies to impress Congress. 1
Purpose: To shout, so Congress
can actually hear it, for the in inclusion
clusion inclusion of 7,000,000 additional white
collar workers under the new law
which makes the minimnm wage
in an industry $1 an hour. With
these rallies re-echoing through
1 Swl? Tf '"
Don't sit and wait
for'Lady Luck" -Go
Mi caeet her .
t!:ru PANAMA AAERICAN
, CLASSIFIED ADS -J;
It's "must"' for"
the country, a drive will be launch launched
ed launched by the AFL-CIO for unpre unprecedented
cedented unprecedented unionization of retail and
white collar workers v
Remember how the Communists
picked up labor's concern over
automation- and howled that the
electronic brain would soon send
millions to old fashioned soup
kitchens? Well, from Moscow it itself
self itself comes word that the "work "workers'
ers' "workers' paradise'! has just become
the first nation to create a Min
istry of .Automation. It ; win be
headed by Mikhail Avksentyevich
Losechko who become, the' first
"Minister; of Annarafn Ri ii nir.
f Automation" in
So I presume it is perwussibie
to .report, that our own Dept. of
Defense has gone in for some
automation that will fascinate the
GIs of the future. This is a
"robot psychologist." It will see
that the right man gets the right
Army job- The "psychologist
weighs two and a half tons and
was built by GE. It tests the in inductees
ductees inductees and then throws the re results
sults results on what looks like a 16-inch
TV screen. We presume a skilled
young scientist will no longer find
himself doing M.P. duty or peeling
Yen may have been toe busy
trying to guess why Khrushchev
is saying nice things about Presi President
dent President Eisenhower to have noted
some decisions from on high which
breed ulcers on this front.
It is legal now, for example, for
a union to buy beer for workers
in a plant' while wooing them to
join up. A company complained
recently to, the National Labor
Relations Board that this was co coercionand
ercionand coercionand the NLRB's general
counsel ruled that picking up a,
beer tab was not coercion .
A New York Federal court ruled
that the Teamsters cannot go in
for lone distance picketing by lot
lowing a truck which picked up
cheese in Utah and delivered it
in New York. The union put s
pickets m car and they picketed
when and where the truck stopped.
The ruline now means that pickets
can't follow a ship from one port
to another and picket tar on oocks
while the craft is being unioaaea
etc., etc , - ..
The Mediation Board in New
York, of which Arthur Stark is
Tripiitive- secretary, set some sort
of nrecedent bv ruling that from
now on an employer must make
sum Mia elevators are running in
his hnildins everv day or run the
riSK oi paying iu eminuw
they don't want to wane upeven
if there is a strike of elevator
It seems that 55 employes of
the Novelty Belts Manufacturing
Co. reported for work one morn morning.
ing. morning. They found that no elevators
were operating Because or a buho buho-ing
ing buho-ing Service Employes strike. Fif Fifteen
teen Fifteen workers 'climbed the 12 floors
to Teport for work. The 40 others
Thev belong to the Leatner
Workers Union, which demanded
that the 40 be paid for hall a day.
The' boss refused, arguing that
failure of elevator service was not
his fault. The case went to a medi mediator,
ator, mediator, Howard Gamser, who ruled
that this time the boss need not
pay but in the future he should
cheer tne eievaior service eacn
night to make certain it will be
working the next day.
WASHINGTON (NEA) Heard
at the SLate Department;
"Know why John Foster Dulles
is three times better than J. Edgar
"No, why?" V
''Because J. Edgar has only one
Brinks to his credit."
Long," lean and dignified Sen.
Leverett Saltonstall R-Mass) bar
relled out of his home on, a recent
morning failing to note that a cold
T1L n$?3 ?
vi ui oK
In a maneuver which would have
been rated maemficent if ner
formed off a high board, his legs
of his neck with a loud crack.
A horrified female passerby
rushed up to render first aid to
the shaken soloa. But he politely
aecimea ner help, quickly assem assembled
bled assembled himself in an upright posi position,
tion, position, "and said: j
"As yon can see no damage has
been done. Being a New Englaader
I am used to inclement weather."
Mohammed Ali, Pakistan ambas ambassador,
sador, ambassador, was his most relaxed, genial
sen tne-other night at a big re
ception he was throwing. For an
hoar he and Justice Douglas en
tertained the people around them
swapping travel anecdotes.
The pair then adjourned to the
fancy buffet and slowly devoured
Samosa, spiced lamb and meat
placed between small pieces of
Walter Winciidl In
THE BROADWAY LIGHTS
Celebs About Town: The Duch
ess of Windsor shopping at Helena
Rubinstein's. Purchased reduce reduce-aid
aid reduce-aid tablets and a string of mock
pearls. .Nancy Berg, the oft-col
yum 'd model, may join the list of
syndicated colyumists. .Harry
James (the star trumpeter) who is
taking drama tuition from Bran Brando's
do's Brando's coach, .Eric Felming, lead leading
ing leading man in "Plain & Fancy," who
shined shoes (at the age of 9) ouU
side the same theater. .M. Chev Chevalier,
alier, Chevalier, who took back nearly $200,-
000 to France. Cole Porter and
his steadiestodate Jean Feldman)
who .will holiday abroad in mid-
Feb. .Celeste Helm, Vivien segai
and Kay Francis among the Jay
Thorpe actresstocracy getting the
ogle from Prince Christian of Han Hanover.
over. Hanover. 7. .Rocky Graziano, former
fight-champ, confiding that he
made a mint in tne siock maricei
. . .U.S. Senator Jack Kennedy,
whose new book, "Profiles in Cour Courage,"
age," Courage," has already crashed the
best-seller lists. ;
Sallies In Our Alley: Jake La-
Motta, former fight-champion, m
his debut in the legit-thittr at the
Ronev Plaza Playhouse the other
night. He gave, a surprisingly good
account of himself in the leading
role of "Born Yesterday" ;."Hal"
Ha'd a ringsider, "I didn't know
Jake wa& an actor I" . ."You
mean," exclaimed another, "you
ever saw him lignt?" .Murray
Franklin describes an 'engagement
ring as "a learner s permit.
Show Bia Vignette: Her name is
Jodi D'Amour. .She's 22. .In
the chorus at the Casino Royale,
Washington . .Her home burg is
Holyoke, Mass. . A Hollywood
talent scout believes she's another
Doris Day. .Sings, dances and is
a luscious-looker. .But she turned
down the chance to crash the Hoi-,
lywood- scene from three studios
. .To continue' her studies.
Wants to be a psychiatrist!
Memos of a Midniehter: Pals
lare trying to get Mary Castle and
I Andy, Air La glen back on Lover s
Lane. .Nick Auams ttne warner s
I actor) and Margaret O'Brien (the
movie star) are dating regularly
v .. .They say Jascba Heifetz's
boy quietly married his college
sweetheart around Yulctime.
Society maestro Lester Lanin and
By DOUGLAS LAKSEN and KENNKTH O.
When the party finally broke up, I
nunMMnj i: .1 . ......
Washington Hospital for a look at
his brand new son who was born
while the party was still in prog progress.
ress. progress. .-. ':"
While everyone tries to be that
calm and casual about the birth
of offspring, Mohammed Ali can
be more blase about such things
than most. Because he has two
wives, one here and one in New
York. It's strictly legal, too. under
.the laws of his country.
Sen. Estes Kefauver (D-Tehn)
was getting in some airborne poli politicking
ticking politicking on an American Airlines
flight recently until the pilot po
litely broke it up.
Seems a passenger recognized
the lanky Democratic presidential
hopeful in a rear seat of the plane
and went back to ask him ques
tions A dozen or so other passen
gers crowded in the aisle to
After about five minutes of this
the pilot came back and informed
the rally that the crowd in the
rear made the tail of the plane
heavy, that it was "mushing"
through the air and might be late
as a result.
Kefauver replied that inasmuch
as he was an ardent supporter of
Iflying safety especially in planes
in which he was a passenger
he agreed that the meeting should
break up. It did
Cocktail Chatter: :
Guest: Mr. Secretary of Inter
ior, may 1 present my friend, Earl
thrush Beverly Sills make the Col
ony their headquarters. .Keed
Sherman is among the pursuitors
trying to win Mae Wynn, who bur
died the. Holly wood heavenas as a
Copa cutie. .Morton Gottlieb
whose show "Amazing Adele"
flopped in Boston, may be luckier
with Mrs. Wm. Khmeiander btew btew-art..
art.. btew-art.. .Baron Eugene de Roths
child's romance with Liz Scott
looks like money-in-the-bank.
New York Cinderella: Mitzie
Cottle, 23, Carnegie Tech grad,
taught for a year. Came to Broad
way about 3 months ago. .Got a
job as salesgirl at David's on 5th
Avenue. .Mitzie isn't glamorous.
She's wholesome-looking. Scrubbed
face. Nice figure. Darling smile
. .She sings, too. .Home town
is McDonald, Pa. .On her day
off she sings in the choir at Nor
man Vincent Peale s famed Mar
ble Collegiate Church on 57th Street
r; .She saw a piece in the paper
savine Benny Goodman was iook
ing for a new singer with his crew
. ,Sne compeieo againsi prw
fe.-.sionals and said to herself:
"What am I doing here?" . .Ben
ny decided her off-beat quality was
what he wanted. .She opens with
him at the Waldorf Feb. 9th
Times Sauare Circle: Pat Con-
f tv'i "The Bie Payoff' be
came Mrs. Marco Brazzolari (of
the Brioschi drug clan) on the
oau Nu nix like It. One of
.0111 ... .
the producers of Ted Steele's radio
show is jacE eeeue. n
h. .- WOR messenger. .le
c:a roocar infanticioatina?
...V w v .
Huntington Hartford s sisier-ui-w
(Duffy Steele) and ex-ugi""
Donahue are serious. .Pat Gris Gris-wold.
wold. Gris-wold. an Arthur Murray tutor, is
ackchelly Patricia Nancy Griswold
. ii,fiiv Mainline family. She s
t- ihnw.hnsiness from the
S;1: .Vincenl" Connelly, the
lawyer, and Elizabeth urawiora,
the Portia, wed on Feb. nth.
What's wrong in being a Monkey s
Uncle? Chimpanzees on television
are paid $135 a day.
' Miami Beach : Ticker: : A New
Yorker was stopped from entering
one of the new smank hotels be
cause he wasn't wearing a cravat, is a guy that success doesn't change
"I'm a guest here!" he exploded,), .. where some people spend all
"I'm aving $60 a day!" ..."The (heir life wondering what happened
said the doorman, "you will have to their life. .Broadway: The long long-to
to long-to take the service elevator in the est street with the shortest me me-rear".
rear". me-rear". ."The hell I will!" ha'mory.
Secretary of Interior: Why it's
. i . i n. .. : .. i.
Albright: You might not think
so when I tell you I'm a Demo
S. of I.: That depends, where
S. of I.: It's a pleasure after
all. Southern Democrats are okay.
Friends of ours (female) found
an open purae with some big bills
showing, apparently deserted in the
crowded ladies' powder room at a
In a rather loud voice she held
it aloft and said:
"Does this belong to anybody?
You can't just leave money around
with all the crooks and politicians
there are in this town."
Up stepped pretty Nancy Ke Kefauver
fauver Kefauver to claim the purse, with
her flaming red hair matched only
by the color of our friend's face.
While traffic was heaviest on
Connecticut Ave. in front of the
Mayflower Hotel, a big, black con convertible
vertible convertible pulled up at an angle and
stopped five feet from the curb.
Oblivious to the traffic snarl this
maneuver created, the tall, hand handsome
some handsome driver shut off his engine
and strode nonchalantly into the
When a driver of another car
yelled for someone to call a cop,
the doorman merely pointed to the
license of the convertible and
shrugged his shoulders.
It had a congressional tag. The
vehicle belonged to Sen. Stuart
said, pushing the obstacle aside
and storming in. Checked out next
day. .Sid Gould's comedy kept
them in stitches at the Lucerne.
A team to watch on the same bill:
Allan and Dewood. .Copa City,
once the king of local night spots,
will become a plush auction gal gallery.
lery. gallery. Famous estates to highest
bidders, etc. . .The big novelty
is the Havana-bound plane to Wil Wilbur
bur Wilbur Clark's new casino. A night
club show en route. .Record
firms are muffing a surefire click
if they don't sign Roberta Sher Sherwood,
wood, Sherwood, whose song styling at Mur Murray
ray Murray Franklin's is different.
The Late Watch: Dick Adler (he
co-wrote "Pajama Game" a n d
"Damn Yankees") is Nancy Berg's
most interesting skeleton. .Junior
Standish will soon wed Sandy Red Redman,
man, Redman, big butterneggman . Xady
Iris Mountbatten writes love songs
to rich Jorge Cardenas (of Bogota)
between sips at Rene's York Inn
. .Because we noted that "The
Ponder Heart" show title eluded
us, its new name is "The Happy
Heart" . .Sammy Davis, Jr., who
announced he will wed Cordie King,
has a signed article in Ebony: "J
Don't Want to Get Married"
The Paree version of "Cat on a
Hot Tin Roof", will be directed by
Jules Dassin, who left H'wood be because
cause because of left-wing trouble. .Aid
dous Huxley and the late Constance
Collier's Girl Friday, Phyllis, are
London's top romance. .Foreign
astrologers insist that Prince Rain Rainier
ier Rainier should not marry Grace before
July 7th . .Just passing it along
. .Hildegarde Neff of "Silk Stock Stockings"
ings" Stockings" and an exec at Foote, Cone
& Belding are honky-doodlingl. .
Arlene Dahl and Fernando Lamas
are testing their own atomic bomb
Broadway: Where if you start
ignoring your friends when you're
on top you're already on the way
down. .The longest street in the
world. Especially -when you have
no talent. .Where a fool and his
money are soon surrounded i by
phonies.. .Where a read success
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SUNDAY,' FEBSUAR& i r' J" i
Climbing Dunn's River Falls
I n Jamaica Is Exciting Trip
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OCHO RIOS. Jamaica. B W.I
Tourists 10 Jamaica have dis discovered
covered discovered a dcl.glitful pastime
climbing Dunn's River Falls
the highest waterfall on the Is Island.
land. Island. The most enjoyable way to
partake in this adventure is to
join social forces with a group
of fellow vacationers in an in informal
formal informal outuiz arranged through
one of the major hotels In the
through te dark tunnel be be-low
low be-low a low-slung bridge. From
this vantage point you get a
superb view of the Falls .be .be-low.
low. .be-low. Finally your guide pauses as
the group reaches a passage
where the water boils in a white
fury. He gestures toward a stone
platform in the center of the
Folks, this is where you earn
area Once you've completed your cernncate 01 accompusii accompusii-these
these accompusii-these arroi ements, the group ment. No one receives it who
and yourself "take off aboard a doesn't swim the chalk line in
power cruiser. A five piece Ca- the middle." He draws an imag imag-lypso
lypso imag-lypso bani sets a gay mood as'lnary line through the center of
vou set sail
Your boa s captain navigates
the cruiser expsrtly through the
treacherous reefs which stud the
offshore channel. Thirty min minutes
utes minutes after shoving off, your ship
drops anchor off a long sweep
of white sand beach backdrop-!
ped by waving coconut palms.
Most tourists go ashore in a din dinghy
ghy dinghy but a few adventurous ones
Before you test your Inner
man's physical prowess, you
Your host has seen to It that
a sumptuous buffet is waiting
under an open shelter: replete
with benches and tables. You hlch -ndvint.iir amM t.h man-v
feast on fried chicken, hot pat- sided vacation paradise which is
ties, curried meats and cold sea- Jamaica. You clamber down to
food and exotic vegetable deli- the beach. Your appetite, sharp sharp-cacies,
cacies, sharp-cacies, all washed down with ened by such vizorous exercise.
Jamaican rum punch. immediately assaults the barbe-
the surslns' torrent.
One at a time the people In
your group plunge into the cur current.
rent. current. Amid the excited laughter
of the crowd each individual
swims or walks to the platform.
One or two find themselves un unable
able unable to breast the roaring current.-
"Try walkingj" someone!
shouts and sure enough, It
works. The last man crawls a a-board
board a-board the platform.
Here the falls' violence flat flattens
tens flattens out into a tame stream
which originates far- back in
the hills. Here, too, your journey
comes to an end after a stimu
lating yet safe hour of fun and
The Calypso band fills the
languid tropical air with relax relaxing
ing relaxing rhythms. : You dance the
Mento on the sands
cares slide away. An hour
passes and your guide says:
"Time to star waterfall
climbing. Follow me, angle angle-file."
Your group starts up through
the falls which cascade down
from a height of about 750 feet
oown tnrougn a curtain of bam
You spend an hour of eating
and chatting with your fellow
and vacationers about the recent ad
venture. More dancing under the
palnis, then back to the waiting
Some f the more hardy
members of the party try
spearfishing In the reefs.
. Finally, bathed by the setting
3un and lulled into complete re
laxation by such Calypso songs
boo, palms and matted tropical1 ns "Take Me to Jamaica Where
growth right onto the beach the Rum Comes From," you up
wueic uib cuoi, iresn water ancnor ana neaa for home,
spills Into the sea. The perfect ending to a per-!
You Z!g zag up, your guide, feet day comes that night when!
icauuig vne way. He aamonisnes you receive your "Certificate of
all hands to step carefully along Achievement" on the night club
the numerous levels of slippery
siones. up ana up you climb,
barefooted through the down downpour.
pour. downpour. At the midway point you en encounter
counter encounter a hu?e rock from which
you jump over a bollins whirl
pool to another, slightly higher ture at the low cost
Doumer. oound ($2.80) which
fewr yards further you pass I the barbecue.
floor of the hotel where the
"Falls-Climbing Party" was or organized.
ganized. organized. Yes, climbing Dunn's River
Falls is an excitins Jamaica
travel thrill, popular to folks of
au ages. It's truly hich adven-
THEY'RE PULLING FOR HIM This sailor almost missed the
boat, the aircraft carrier Princeton, as it sailed from San Diego, 1
Calif. So he had to climb aboard by a rope. The first rope lowered
to him broke, and he fell back to, the dock. But this second one
held as he wag hauled aboard.
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RUSSIA'S LATEST "friendship pact" proposal has
produced a swelling chorus of "no's" in the free
Russian Premier Bulganin offered to sign separate
friendship treaties with the western Big Three in a
message to President Eisenhower.
British Primer Minister Eden was the first to turn
thumbs down on the idea. He told a Washingon audi audience
ence audience he sees little "value" in a British-Soviet treaty so
soon after Russia tore up a similar pact. The Soviet
denounced non-aggression treaties with France and
Britain last year... allegedly because of German re-
French officials more or less echo Eden's stand.
They say the Russians merely have dusted off old ar arguments
guments arguments in their pact proposals.
Diplomatic officials in Washington are predicting
that Mr. Eisenhower will reject the new Bulganin pro proposal.
posal. proposal. .. just as he did the first one last week. The Pres President
ident President now is studying the note at his Gettysburg farm.
He and Secretary of State Dulles will communicate
with other allied leaders before issuing a reply.
The British Prime Minister set off a storm of pro protest
test protest in Congress by calling for a lowering of the trade
bars with communist China.
Prime Minister Eden told newsmen he has asked
President Eisenhower to consider putting trade with
Red China "on a par" with trade with Russia. Eden
said present policy works a hardship for Britain and
other nations. ..
The President promised to study" the proposal.
But many lawmakers took little time out for study
before swinging out at the plan.
Styles Bridges head of the Senate Republican
Policy Committee said he hopes this country Is not
going to "fall for any such arguments."
GOP' Senate leader William Knowland has indi indicated
cated indicated Secretary of State Dulles will be asked to tell
the Senate Foreign Relations Committee" just what
kind of expanded trade he might favor.
THE POLITICAL PACE quickened in Panama City
as the week ended with the National Patriotic Coa Coalition
lition Coalition Party tCPN) flexing its muscles with a huge
demonstration last night, aimed at overshadowing
the welcome demonstration held Friday by the op opposition
position opposition Liberal Party lor its presidential candidate
Victor F. Goytia.
The CPM brought in followers from remote sec sectors
tors sectors of the Panama province to sweil the crowd at attending
tending attending the public installation of the party's prov provincial
incial provincial directorate in Santa Ana Piaza.
The day before the Liberals drew a large crowd
which saw Goytia, who had arrived from Aiiami the
same afternoon, collapse irom heat and emotion
during the reading ot his speech. His running running-mate,
mate, running-mate, vice presidential candidate Dr. Luis I. Allaio
continued reading the speech while opposition lead leader
er leader Dr. Daniel Cnanis. who had spoken earlier, at attended
tended attended to Goytia. lie revived a lew minutes later
and with apologies continued his discourse la its
All indications were that the political charges and
counter-charges Would be filling the air Irom here
THE MANAGER OF the Boston Red Sox predicts
tne inagic numoee in the American League this
year win ue bo.
Says Mike Wiggins "96 wins should be enough lor
the pennani, witu live clubs capaoie 01 uolng iu No Nobody
body Nobody is puiinig away Decause me manpower js lauly
wen spiead around. Inggins ados "i uimK our team,
New oik, Chicago, Cleveland and Detroit all nave a
good shot at tiie pennant."
Tile Red Sox sapper expects Ted Williams to be
back with tne ciuo. mgglns explains 'I don't tnink
Ted will play all the games, but I except him to be
In more man 100."
Also in bastoall, infielder Jack Dittmer of Mil-,
wauke says he may quit baseDall if the Braves refuse
to match his 19o5 saiary ... Relief pitcher Jim Davis
and catcher Clyde Mc Cuiiough have signed with the
Chicago Cubs. Outfielder Jim Greengiass and rookie
catchers Joe Lonnett and Mack Burk okayed Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia terms.
Third baseman Randy Jackson, recently ac acquired
quired acquired from the Cubs is the 24th Brooklyn Dodger to
sign. And, rookie right-hander Bob Harrison signed
' Three Panama Assemblymen who went to Wash Washington
ington Washington to deilver a National Assembly resolution to
the U.S. Congress reported Monday that two bills im implementing
plementing implementing certain provisions of the new Panama Panama-U.S.
U.S. Panama-U.S. treaty are already being considered by U.S. Fed Federal
eral Federal agencies.
The Assemblymen Max Heurtematte, Jorge Illue Illue-ca
ca Illue-ca and Inocenclo GalUulo expressed satislaction over
the reception received in $he U.S. and said, they were
confident that lavorable action would be taken by
U.S. Solons and officials.'
The Russians .have all kinds of secrets It seems.
But it took the French to find out the latest one -.
that the Russians have taken 14 women with them to
the Antarctic. The Soviets neglected to mention the
But French scientists returning from Antarctica
to Australia report that the Russians had women sta stationed
tioned stationed at their base. And reports from Moscow back
it up in a roundabout way.
They claim the Soviets are carrying a policy of
"peaceful coexistence" even into the frozen waste wastelands
lands wastelands of the Antarctic.
One thousand, 833 days of silence ended for one
of the world's great newspapers.
The long silence began for La Prensa on January
25th, 1951, Dictator Juan Peron seized the Buenos
Aires newspaper on a pretext and turned it over to
the Argentine labor union he dominated. .
The paper continued -to publish but its voice of
freedom had been silenced.
When Peron was overthrown last fall, a series of
government decrees returned the paper to publisher
-Alberto Galnza Paz who had gone into exile after
Peron grabbed his paper. i
Now the staff Is putting the paper together. . and
Gainza Paz has pushed a button to start the presses
rolling on the first edition after five years of silence.
Senator Francis Chase reveals he was offered a
25-hundred dollar bribe to vote for the natural eas
The South Dakota Republican has told the Senate
he would not vote for the bill because this incident
indicates some people would gain a lot of profit from
The senator did not name the attorney who of offered
fered offered him the money as a campaign donation.
Europe's cold wave the worst In' a century-ihas
killed at least 100 so far. and no relief, is Jn stent.
The toll would have gone even higher itodav ex except
cept except for the courage of three British airmen. Irj one
of the biegest airborne rescues In maritime nistorv,
they carried all 41 crew members of a grounded Nor Norwegian
wegian Norwegian tanker to safety through raginir seas. 'Two
helicopters were used in this rencue off the eoast of
Scotland. -. i s
Over the rest of Europe transportation "is halted
on land and sea. .power breakdowns, are imminent
. .communications are disrurjt?d .and food and fuel
supplies are running out. In France, police stations
and churches have opened their doors to She aged
and destitute. .so they can keen warm.
. And with all this violets bloomed tocTyy lrf the
i A Nationalist leader in Tunisia says he has agreed
with Fren-fc P:-nnr Guy Mollett on brond principles"
. 'Iving Tunisia more independen"e-. Habib Bonr Bonr-pniba
pniba Bonr-pniba made the statement after talking with Mollet
In another development, the Assembly ordered
an investigation to determine if oil companies'operatr
Ing in Panama are Violating the anti-trust regula regulations."
tions." regulations." .-, '-'
Attorney General Victor de Leon urged the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court to uphold a lower court, decision to
bring confessed triggerman Ruben O. Miro and oth others
ers others to trial for the assassination of President Jose
A. Kenion of Jan. 2, 1955.
Deposed Argentine President Juan D. Peron sought
to establish permanent residence m Panama Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. Through attorney Carlos Vaccaro of Colon, Peron
who is a guest at the Atlantic side Washington Hotel
applied for a residence permit by submitting his re request,
quest, request, with a $225 certilied check and other necessary
documents. The application is now in the hands of
the Foreign Ministry's legal department for study.
A freak reception of a Miami television program
caused much speculation on the Zone as to when TV
is really coming. .
Residents ot Parlta Place in Ancon got their first
unscheduled glimpse of real TV in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. John F. Hern last Saturday night when for
two hours they sat and watched several shows being
transmitted on their new set. There was no explana explanation
tion explanation lor the telecast.
Meanwhile, the Armed Forces announced there
was still no "definite" date as to when TV will
reach the majority of Zonians. They still maintain maintained
ed maintained that it would not be here until March or April
when the equipment from the States is expected to
Relay towers at Ancon Hill and Ft. Davis are al already
ready already constructed to cover both sides of the Zone and
work is now being completed on -the studios at the
Ft. Clayton building. '
- A soldier who loaned his car to his buddy is belne
sued in the U.S. District Court for close to $70 000
Defendant in the case, Ft, Kobbe G.I. Joseph Wright
races three different suits which developed after his
car was in an automobile crash with another private
;; ...The couple in the front seat, Mr. and Mrs. Isldro
Norgueira are seeking to recover over $60,000 in dam damages
ages damages they allege they suffered as a result of the ac accident,
cident, accident, Wright's car was being driven by another
soldier, Joe A. Henson, 19, who last week was found
not guilty of reckless driving in the Balboa Magis Magistrates
trates Magistrates Court.,.
fin Air Force statement seems, to confirm last
month's reports that we have bombers in the. air
carrvina; atomic bombs.
General Nathan Twining dropped the' hint in a
spse-'r to the Air Force Association in Washington.
The Air Force Chief of Staff discussed weapons
crrried in ftlrrrrft, : And he said "instant readiness
moans survival." Then he added "Whatever weap weapons
ons weapons our air force uses must be reodily available."
Twining spM the Air Fovre hps been in "the nu nuclear
clear nuclear bomb business more than 10 years-. It has de developed
veloped developed safety precautions, he said, that make acci accidental
dental accidental nuclear explosion in flight or on the ground
almost impossible. o
Another Air Force general told the association
that fighter planes guarding American cities soon will
be equipped with nuclear weapons.
r From Amador came word that a Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Co. chauffeur, Granville V. Brown was no longer
, rost. Two weeks ago the
Panamanian chauffeur was found not guilty of
speeding at Ft. Amador by Balboa Magistrate Judee
John F. Doming. Shortly thereafter, he received
. notice that he was barred from the post for an "In "Indefinite
definite "Indefinite period." Last week, Brown received word
from the Army that the ban was lifted.
A Canal Zone blood bank, aimed at providing blood
ror the two Zone hospitals free of charge, began func functioning
tioning functioning this week.
First to donate his blood was Col. Charles O
Bruce, Canal Zone Health Director.
In tho Mapist-'ate's Courts. . Jacinto Corrales was
Biven a 15-day (nil sentence in Cristobal for exposing
himself indecently.. A charge aep'nst Francisco Co Correal
rreal Correal Oar-)a of assault with a deadly wcanon aepinst
a Balboa Housewife was .dismis.sed In the Balboa
fnnrt. .A. teen-ape Panann'on who was.on proba probation
tion probation wfs sentenced to spend 15 davs in jail inr vio vio-latinf
latinf vio-latinf the terms of Ms.pmbptinn. Arthur S. Will'mi'
17, who hnd been told not to be sbsenf from school
,wa picked uo when he wandered into the courtroom
early one mornlnqr.
K Yi'l warned Red China that an attack on Maf.nu'
and Oi'emov islnnd would be followed Immediately
by bombing attacks bn.the.Red, mainland.
A veteran of-the Chicago "Black Sox" team of
1919 has died in Chicago.
George "Buck" Weaver Joined the Chicago White
Sox in 1912, and became an immediate star. He was
considered one or the finest fielding third basemen of
his time, and was a powerful batter. Weaver was bat batting
ting batting .333 in 1920 when it was discovered the 1919 World
Series had been fixed. He was one of eight players
barred from baseball for life' alter the scandal was
Weaver always maintained his Innocence, and
several unsuccesslul attempts were made to clear his
; Weaver had been working recently as a mutuel
clerk at Chicago race tracks. He was 64.
One of the top coaches in collegiate baseball has
resigned his post at Wake Forest.
Taylor Sanford coached the team that won the
collegiate world series last summer. He says he's leav leaving
ing leaving Wake Forest because he's been given no assurance
that he'll have a job after next season. Sanford adds
he's been told unofficially that he'd be retained on
a part-time basis after the end of the coming season.
The' coach says 'Under the circumstances I feel I've
made the only decision I can."
' Sanford's surprise resignation is the latest in a
series of athletics blow-ups at Wake Forest, Athletic
director Pat Preston and head football coach Tom
Rogers resigned early in December.
The 1955 horse of the year "Nashua" is a
heavy (3-5) favorite in the $100,000, added Wldener
The race will take place in Miami, Florida, on Feb February
ruary February 18. It will be Nashua's first start of the year.
the A G. Vanderbilt pair of "Social Outcast" and
"Find" arerated next (at five to one). "Sailor,"
who is expected to make the trip frorh California for
the race also Is high with the odds makers.
A total of some two-thousand nominations have
been made for the eight early-closing stakes at Arling Arlington
ton Arlington and Washington Park this summer
Each of the eight races is expected to gross over
$100,000. Executive director Ben Lindheimer says 425
horses are nominated for the futurities at each track
and 320 for the two year old filly races, the Arlington
Lassie and the Princess Pat at Washington.
Both futurities carry. $75,000 added money and
the filly races $50,000.
' Gulf stream Park in Florida Is encouraging a rub rubber
ber rubber race between "Nashua" and "Swaps."
Both colts are nominated for the $50,000 Gulf Gulf-stream
stream Gulf-stream Park Handicap on March 17th. president James
Down says the Florida track will boost the purse to
$100,000 guaranteed to the winner if both Nashua and
Swaps run. . v .... .. .....
New York odds-makers have made Bobo Olson
slight 15-71 choice to regain the middleweight title.
Sugar Ray Robinson took the title from Olson
last December and gives Bobo another try April 27th
in Los Angeles. The odds surprise many boxing men
because Robinson has beaten Olson three out- of
three .But one odds-maker points out that Robinson
.is almost 30 years old and may have trouble going
the distance. v
. The underdog won a split decision at St. Nicholas
Arena In New York Monday night.
Young uene poiner gasnea uarmine riore s rmni,
eye in the fourth round and his left in the ninth.
Fiore tired in the last two rounds and lost the steam
in h's famous left hook.
There were no knockdowns. But each fighter was
set back on his heels several times during the fight.
It is the 23-year-old Poirier's 14th win in 20 profes professional
sional professional starts. The 26-year-old Fiore fought to a draw
.with Poiricr last December 19.
It is Fiore's 19th loss in 73 professional fights.
Lightweight Cisco Andrade Wednesday vaulted to
top ranking by winnins a majority decision over for former
mer former chamuion Jhnmv. Carter.
. The fans at Chicaao loudly, booed the decision,
and most of the newsmen at ringside thought Carter
won. The United Press scored it for Csrte." --The
former chamn staered Andmde 4,h-ee Mm
with punishing riiht.s. but Carter was the onl-r pri
;o down. He fell in the fourth round whn Ancide
connected with a left hook- after he had hen stp ca capered
pered capered bv Carter's dht hand. ReferPe Joev v? said
he didn't see th rumen, and scored It-- p "''i
Andra.de bloodied Carter's nose in the .fourth, ond
never suffered a. scratch or br"'se hme"; f'n f'n-ished
ished f'n-ished stron"er. and Won both the ninth snd tnt'i
rounds to clim;h the decision. v. (
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