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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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' LOCATIONS OF TfiE INTERCEPTOR SEWERS now being constructed In Balboa lp the vici vicinity,
nity, vicinity, of the Balboa Police Station, are shown on the town layout above. Actual 7excavation
; it now in progrew .near the police station and the Elks Club where the new pumping station
U to be located Sewers are now being laid south of the police statlln along Amador Road
toward the Gavilan area. Work will begin soon vn the interceptor sewers starting neor the ,;
- Chase Bank building and from behind the Credit Union Building. All sewers eventually will
' connect .near the police station and. run to the pumping station from where sewage will be
pumped into the main outfall. ?

Nasser Laviha Down Ru

For Letting Ships Use Suez
CAIRO, Febrf ;16 (UP) President Carnal Abdel Nasser hat Insisted that "cer "certain
tain "certain conditions" apparently Including full Israel withdrawal be met before

shipping Is permitted to pass
Dr. Anun Singh. Indian mem
ber of Parliament who conferred
wih Nasser Thuriiav on Asian
affairs, auoted the President
as maicing tne remars
but he
- did not elaborate.
jLaruer ui uio week.. miw ri
Bad at, former member of the
Nasser junta that ruled before
last year's elections, warned spe-

" clflcally on this point In an ar article
ticle article in the government organ
Al Ooumhouria. j ?
"It's no Mse talking about
ffte Suet Canal until the con con-teouences
teouences con-teouences of the treacherous
. invasion hane been eleminat
erf he said. v s
r. The point Is 'becoming critical
since phase one of the U.N. Ca Ca-I
I Ca-I nal clearance operation is near-V-'Jn
completion. -,v -:
i Only one ship the r dredeed
Edfar Bonnet -sunk 43 mllee
: south of Port Said still blocks
.( the channel. i
When that is cleared it is
exvected that ships up to 10.

Jaguars To Start,
'feunning' Again
Within Two Weeks
' NEW YORK, Jaguar cars will
' be coming off the, assembly line
again within two weeks, despite
the recent fire t the Coventry
t plants it was. stated here today bv
Johannes E. Erdmans, president
of Jaguar Car.Morta American
Corp. -1 -,
Ther Ere, first reports of which
Indicated widespread damage, was
confined tor departments engaged
- ia final assembly and dispatch, be
aid.- 4 v i
The uaehine Shops containing
the valuable machine tools, which
would have been difficult to re replace,
place, replace, sod the whole of the paint
hop were saved
Limited production cn be re resumed
sumed resumed almost immediately, and
the company win girt top priority
te export orders,, Erdauu said

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through the Suez Canal ag&in, it was reported today.

ra ffte enfire length of the
canal. . 'V
One shin which tried to t
by after the concrete-filled

TOU CANT GET A MAN with a fun, they aay, put Michelle
Price is the girl to aire It a try anyhow. Specially if he's
such a man as Charles Chase, who' got himself two tickets to
'the American Legion's birthday ball March II by being the
first to Identify the giri on yesterday 'i front page as .Carol
Voortmeyer. Charlie got his call in at 4.10 p.m. We dant
know about Carol, but if Charlie needs a date for the ball.
-Michelle's a strter. Negotiations will be handled by her agent,
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yesterday, had to turn back be
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PANAMA, R. P., SUNDAY,; FEBRUARY 17,-1957

Tilm On Operslion
Of Sears Roebuck
To Be Shown' Here
Louis De BIAZE
A movie depicting the operation
of Sears Roebuck in Latin Ameri America
ca America will be shown here next week
for Panama businessmen ana oia
o. oraaniTiitinns it. was announc
ed yesterday by Louis De Biase1,
General. Manager oi sears noe
hunk nf Panama.
- Th film. "Sears Roebuck in Lat
in America." was orousni 10 r-
nama by A. M Fresneda, public
relations representative in Latin
America for Sears,
r Biafe said the film will be
shown Monday at 10 a.m. for U.S.
Embassy anl Point four Person
nel and at 4 p.m. the same day
for the press, radio ana memoers
of the ttarreMr uoiis ciuds. uh
Tuesday, it will be shown ; at 2
nama Chamber of Commerce arid
all local businessmen.
"All showincs will be In the pro
jection room of the stores, the peo people
ple people who work for the firm and the
manner In which Sears buys Its
merchandise." A
Th local Sears' 'manager said
that in some Latin American
countries the firm buys and sells
at rnucn as 95 per cent of locally-
manufactured goods. He added
that the Sears stores in ranama
ia nresentlv buying foods from 19
local manufacturers and is seeking
other local sources for the supply
of aome of the wide variety of i-
terns oy tne wcai reu organiza
tion."
At present the local Sears Roe-
buc firm employs only one Amer-
ican and almost loo Panamanians.
Since Mr. De Biase arrived in
Panama IVi years ago. 3 stores
have been opened in the Republic,'
at Tlvoli Ave., Los Angeles ana
Colon.
170 Year Sentence
Levied On Champion
Traffic Violalor
PARIS IUP Garage owner
Jean Baorier worried today about
serving a sentence of 170 years in
iail and paying a $20,000 'fine for'
being the world's No 1- traffic-
scofflaw. ;
But .Barrier hoped .the1 court
would consider his record as a
wounded war veteran and let him
off with a light sentence, say 35
years In jail.
Barrier, a middle-aged man Who
weighs 250 pounds, pleaded inno innocent
cent innocent to chart es be ignored 2.500
parang tickets over a two-month
perioa. ; ;
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He nad til is. .ejujUnatioo. He
didn't violate-.thjs. parking laws .at
au. But other people parked, in a
nearby no-parking lot and went
across the street to the cemetery
10 put uoweri on graves.
Barrier told his attorneys police
apparently were giving tickeU in
his name for aB the ears found
parked in front of his garage and
id the adjoining for bidden lot.
That's why he tore them up, be
said. -
v Police bad another version.
"We believe Barrier' may have
found an easy way of makinc
money a spokesman for the or-
ferture said.
The spokesman said Barrier al allegedly
legedly allegedly took more clients in hi
garage. thaa the space available
an. U 4 J -.i 7
uicii auuuiru viacia over to
U lot.
"He was tailed to (he police
-tation months ato and told be
could bj do that." the spokenmaa
said. ."But be kept doing it. So
policemen just placed tickets "e ri
der ttig came ea every csr ia the
parking toC t

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.Ranama Switch..

Zone Goes Alone m-5

Two Panama contractors are rushing dry-season
work near the confluence of La Boca, Amador and Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Roads on a new interceptor system of sanitary
sewers. I '. 'y
v The system is one of five planned for the Pacific
side Canal Zone communities. -Work started last year
and will continue through Fiscal Year 1959 on a sewer
modernization, program totaling $2,000,000.
-Work now under way marks a major change in Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone and Republic of Panama policy.
Under ah. earlier joint program, sewage from both
the capital city and the Canal Zone would have been
channeled into a huge, single drain with an outlet deep
in Pnnnmfl hnv hevnnA the FnrtifiArl Ulnnfc K

Bright yellow power shovels
of the Ventas Generalcs, S.A.,
have been piling dirt In great,
mounds for all to see around
Balboa nollce station, t
A trenching machine is at
work, and the arcs from electric
blowtorches hit structural uteei
being welded in the blazing sun
(s the trade winds carry awayi
e sparks.
Contractor Cecil High also has
a' job there, urif. V H
-What goes on nere? iore-
hlanrwas asked. .' --
Ha glanced away from a field
map long enough to reply, "New
sewer."
The Information struck a
not-So-old memory of about
five years ago when the area
of La Boca and Amador Roads
was similarly uprooted. At that
time, It was recalled, a mam mammoth
moth mammoth sewer to end all sewer
work for a" generation was
vainstakmrly Installed.
Ifwas to drain off the storm
water that had a tendency to
collect above the hubs of auto
mobiles trapped around Statue
of Liberty Plaza during a neavy
rain. :.;
And it was also, the public
heard, going to be part of a
great system that would take
the sanitary sewage far to sea
beyond the Fortinea xsianns.
-Curiosity prompted a can on
the Canal's chief sewer expert.
"Isn't It true," he was askea
that only a few years ago a
large sewer was laid right in the
path of this new one? Has mere
been a change of plan?"
"Xou are so tight," replied the
engineer of the Engineering and
Construction Bureau.? ?
' There has been.1-' a' major
change in plans." f
The present work is part of
a $2,000,000 sewer moderniza modernization
tion modernization program Involvint; not
only the Canal but also the.
Air Force, Nayy'and Army. It;
began, in Fiscal Year 1951 and
is to continue through Fiscal
1959.
. The. plan for the Pacific side,
a .fthe canal Zone includes five
separate, collector and disposal:
systems --
From south to north, the first
unit embraces Ft. Amador, the
15th Naval District,; and the
Balboa-La Boca areas.
The second unit embrace Art-
con; the third Albrook AFB and
Diablo Heights: tne iourtn. co-
rozal and Los' Rios; and the
f if thi Ft. Clayton.' s
For many years, It was learn learned,
ed, learned, the canal Zone and Pan
ama OHy bad a joint long long-term
term long-term plan -for expansion and
modernization of sewers.
It Involved a series of pump
ing stations whereby the sani
tary (really unsanitary) sew3ge
from au paciric siae uroan a a-reas
reas a-reas would enter an underwater
trunk sewer-duct to leav canal
zone shores In the Oavilan area.
It would have ended with a sub
surface outran aoout a mue and
a half at sea. beyond the Forti Fortified
fied Fortified islands.
, The 72-inch Amador; Road
ntnrm and sanitary sewer built
in. 1051 was to have 'been a Jink
in this aystem. y
About that time, however,
Panama hired a States firm
f sanitary -engineer consul consultants.'
tants.' consultants.' Per Panama CM they
recommended a aeriea nf small
treatment iMaaits wtth local
outlets as preferable t in-
gle imini( system with dis disposal
posal disposal at sea.
When thia report' became
known to Canat engineers, they
then reviewed the Canal sewage

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treatment problem separately
from that of Panama.
It was decided to construct
two treatment plants In the ca canal
nal canal Zone -i. each serving only
the Zone. One is to be between
Thatcher Ferry and pier 6; the
other in Ancon. ,
This in turn made it nee'essar
to separate the sanitary sewage
from tha ordinary flood water
which had been brought togeth together
er together ;ar()und.-thf3nnotiotis)f-La
Boca and Amador Roads, drain drained;
ed; drained; of f down. Amador RoAiJ, an4
deposited in the tidal aiuA h.
tween the Gayllan ini Amador
areas... r:;:. ,5
Asked whether th rhmn
had been very costly, the en engineers
gineers engineers replied that of course
the U-S. government had
been put to aome extra ex expense.
pense. expense. .' ,'' ;
. But they pointed out that the
uve-year-ow -sewer Job is still
needed becaus it win nntinu
to carry the great volume of
storm water that rushes Into
Statue of Uberty Pla2a during
.nan. t
'-i.y uaiu mill.
i The reason Panama and the
Canal Zone abandoned the loint
aisposai Tiian was that other
meinoas were found to be
cheaper: the canal Zone, In
aqopiea rive separate sys systems
tems systems in place of one for the
same reason.
Engineers believe savings to
be accrued from separating
' the two systems far outweigh
losf resulting from the use of
the 72-Inch line in Balboa on only
ly only for storm water instead of
ewage. '. ',
Dry season contrapf
der way there will provide a
pumplnar station hehinri th. nt
lice statilon. This will divert
sanitary waste matter into a
large sewer already built along
La Boca Road and leading to
an outfall near pier 9.
Next season will see the
treatment plant built there. V
Jtventuaiiy, as the Navy and
Army get appropriations for
their part," a large sewer will
be built right along the Canal
bank te carry the seware from
Ft. Amador and the 15th Na Naval
val Naval D' strict te the treatment
plant. Some of this now goes
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BIG BOLE BEHIND THE ELKS CLUB When these men get
through digging and buttressing, the result will be a pumping
station to speed sanitary sewage from all over Balboa on its
way to a treatment plant to be built between Thatcher Ferry
- s ,. and; Pier sVl

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MANPOWER FINISHES A TRENCH lor the huge Interceptor
sewer being constructed around 'Statue of. Liberty Plaza, Power
shovels and trenching machines made the first cuts. Not local tA? 1

ewer ana water-mains
directly into the CanaLor the,
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plans for Ahcon Involve a Col
lection system withi a treatment
plant between curundu Road
and Oaillard Highway. After
going through this plant, the
effluent, a purified spoil, will be
turned into the Curundu River
now. an underground stream
running toward the Canal In a
hoy nulvert laid through z the
annthweat end of Albrook AFB.
V For Diablo also," a collection
system is planned ;: and. a pump
ing station will deposit the sew sew-nr
nr sew-nr in the main stream of the
Canal. Some of 'It at ,, present
goes Into an estuary.
A collection and ejector sys system
tem system and a numDing station will
Improve .sewage disposal at Los
Rios ana corozai.
a lare-e new sewer connected
with a tinmninor station will de
liver Ft. Clayton sewage to wic
Canal channel.'
Some of this has been deposit deposited
ed deposited in the Rio cardenas and the
Rio crande through which it
reached the Canal.
Engineers feel that by tak taking
ing taking the Diablo, Corozai and
Clayton spoil out to the chan channel
nel channel Instead oaf depositing it
near the shore, any odor or
future sanitation hasard will
be eliminated. u:?
Strong tides In the channel
will carry the ,v untreated spoil
out to sea. c
The average or 25,000,000
gallons of water released Into
the channel by every ship ship-lockage
lockage ship-lockage ; through .Miraflores
wlllalso be a help. -Even
r- with these Improve
ments, engineers doubt they'll
recommend the Canal channel
between Miraflores, and Balboa
for swimming,' because of the

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crossing trie trun& Aine, ,v i

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( contamination .that mlnh
(fewstfrom passinjr-ehips
On th West Bank, the Navy

Is considering a treatment plant
for- the Rodman area. ,.
Fort Kobbe sewage, is already
handled through a treatment
plant, with an outfall into Far
fan Riven '
On the Atlantic Bide, a plait
was built about a year ago and
is now treating sewage from
both Canal and military com-
munities , - - 1

Don't ThinJc You
Can lisl YofirDcg:
As Tax Dependent
WASHINGTON. Feb. 18
If you're thinking of listing your
og as a lax Dependent tnis yea
desist. Uncle Sain says thau.Ii i
way to ease the tax hite. t.$l?
rear.
no
He also takes a dim View nf
dentists who don't mind 'cheating
a little bit', but conscientiously: re refrain
frain refrain from defrauding the govern.
ment of more than $5,000; a year.
Would be tax evaders i tried
these and other methods of fool
ing the Internal Revenue Service
last year, only to wind up in eourt
and frequently behind bars.
Revenue Commissioner' RusseQ
C. Harrington told of the cases to
day in reporting on the 19."6 tar
enforcement drive. He felt the re report
port report might serve as e werd to-tha
wise, now that' tax-paying tinia la

here again.
Harrington said special agents
ran down 92,000-leads on evasion -and
hauled 2,580 suspected tax
dodgers into court Of these, 1,716 ,'
were indicted and 1,500 were con con-victed.
victed. con-victed.
The Judges imposed fines total totaling
ing totaling $2,747,604. and prison sentences
totaling 2.824 years, including sus suspensions
pensions suspensions and probations. I addi addition,
tion, addition, the RevenuzOoj8f28pno-evied
additional assessments and penal penalties
ties penalties totaling $111,569,73$. ;
For example, it finally caught
up with the Bronx porter who had
been listing his dog "Duchess' a a
his daughter "Doris" on bis in income
come income tax return. The porter )vas
put on probation.
The dentist with the Cex!bt
conscience didn't get off m easy.
It turned out be bad bees with withholding
holding withholding cash payments for dental :
work from his reported income-
but never moret han 15,000.
He explained after being appre apprehended
hended apprehended that be set the $5,000 limit
"because he felt guilty enoub- as

It was." Guilty he was and a jad
term he got. i
Neiqh.Dovfri
Horses,, high Jumps, High tow towers
ers towers and what-have you at t!-.e
Panama Riding Club on the Chi Chi-va
va Chi-va Chiva trail this atterrtxm.
There will be a riding apd jun-.p-lng
exhibition by the jrre
of the club, end Gen. SL;w.iuTer
will present the award3 P".r,e;
and riding round the p'.i:t
will be members ef tha iiej
currently la town.

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SrXDAY, FEBRUARY 17. 1957
THE StTNDAY AMERICAN
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: ,Mor .thatr 200 delegates and -wives ,mU ba the gue$ts
of the 'Cristobal-Colon Rotary Club at the 25th-Annual
conference of the 1 10th tfistriot of Rotary International
opening; Wednesday. ,",',.. ''" ,
vThey will-come from Guatemala, El Salvador, Hon-'
duras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica.ai)d Panama.; '!.
It is the second time since its founding, in 1920 that
the Cristobal-Colon club has been selected host club for

PUBLICITY COMMITTEE getting publicized,
mgfoiSan Felipo, Faul Beck (chairman).

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the conference.

s District eovernor Francisco Gue-i

rra JHorice of Kivas, Nicaragua,

will ooen the Convention at its

first regular session on Thursday,'

in the Strangers Club in Colon J

which has been designated as the
House of Friendship.
. It is fcere -where all delegates
will register and meet between ses sessions
sions sessions for the fellowship that is an
essential part of Rotary.

In adoition, to the regular ses-

OtlTSIDE THE COLON-CRISTOBAL Rotary Club stand (1. t r.) club president Joseph Har-

rinrton. Mrs. LaM ana international-preiiaeni uian iariq ijuns vi tiCKuuru, itaijr, uu wwu-

Cristobal presiaeat-eieci ior iaa-3o, crucstu cncuui.

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RESERVATIONS COMMITTEE rlvlnit nnresenr ed attention, to' its problems. (L. to r.) pe-ix-

Ji-ancey, Kooert utiin. icnairman;, r. mcuieuan ana n. J. nenriqaez.

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EGISTRATIOTf COMMITTEE r-risterinr satis faction. (L. t I.) Alessaadre Zere a. canTca canTca-fioa
fioa canTca-fioa feaeral secretary Fabian Finto, CbsUti Velarde.

sions and full schedule of trips,

luncheons and shopping tours are
arranged for the delegates 1 and

their wives the Rotary-Anns

The full schedule as planned Is

as follows.

Wednesday, Feb. 20 Welcome

at Tocamen; Registration in the
House of Friendship in the Stran

gers Club.

Thursday. Feb. 21 Luncheon

land first session; Inauguration of

the conference by .President times
'to de la Guardia.

Friday, Feb. 22 Second and

third sessions of the conference;
Planting of the Tree of Friedship
on Roosevelt Avenue in Colon ;Fel
lowship Dinner at the Washington
Hotel.
Saturday, Feb. 23 Fourth ses session;
sion; session; Luncheon at the home of Co-lon-Rotarians.
Amona the special activities for

Rotary-Anns and delegates are
shopping trips, visits to places of
historic interest and opportunities

to become' acquainted with the

cummunity and people.

Culminating the convention and

its activities will be a ball on Sat

urday at the Strangers Club, fea
turine Lucho Azcarraca. t

Joseph Harrington, president of

the host club, has set up commit committees
tees committees for handling the detailed work

jnvolved. 1

Fabian Pinto is General Secreta Secretary.
ry. Secretary. r ? t

The chairmen and various' com-
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miiiees are: ivegisuawuii, jauies
Gump; Decorations, David Bell;
Reservations. Robert Leigh; Re

ception, Ray. DeBoyrie; General

Festivities, Antonio Tagaropulos;

Publicity,, Paul .Beck; Transports,
tion. Manolo Castillo! Finances,

William Middlemas; Sergeants-at-

Arms, Ernesto Kstenoz.
The Cristobal-Colon Club ha. had

T. J. Butler. Jr., one of it mem

bers, nominated for the office of
Governor of the 110th District for

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T. J. BUTtiER JR, fovernor fovernor-elect
elect fovernor-elect of 110th District Rotary
i International.

Pislol-Packin'
Youth Sends Hole
Threatening Ike

ber of recent district conferences

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WASHINbTON fUP)-Th6 story

nt how Kine Harry I of Ham-

the coming Rotary year. onia made a threat on me me

"Jimmy" is one of the most u iTesioem r-isennower uiuumcu
prominent of the younger business-May. ;
n, th. iiimiti. n icvsl Secret Service Chief U.

past president of the Cristobal-Co .Eaughman told ihetale in newly newly-Ion
Ion newly-Ion Club, and" has been an active released testimony .-.before House

Kotarian since he first joined. ipijrupnauuus uui;uihi-w.
u i... ku ,o nK fnol. Ranchman said a threatening

and has been chairman of a num-l'"er signed by 'King Harry I of
ber of committees. 1 arrisonia" was one of U ,488 let-

He is an active cit zen of the At- !rs o iae rresiuem ba.i..iiiCu

lantie Side Community. He has. sun last year.

been a weU-known figure at a num. ,U!. ... t. n-,,ont

that if he objected to the forma-

jm of a new -sate ne wouia

"have to reason with a .22 Win

Chester." Bauehman said.

Agents investigated. They had
little trouble tracking down the
sender whose name actually was
omothing like Harry Harrison
(Bauehman said he changed the

name somewhat in his testimony).

Agents found that Harry, 12

years old, and his playmates had
sent in breakfast cereal boxtops

which entitled them each to a
deed for a square inch of land in

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Harry and his friends decided to

band together, ; form "their own

country and, secede from-the Un

im.

Bauehman said the boy sot off

witn a; vsevere lecture:.'. frojAJhui
mother i.-'a :- V- ,t
j f He did not realize the serious-
nftS nt his thrpnt soninct the

President and when the possible

conseauences were exDlained to

htm, be replied J surrender.-1 am

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TAKEV6 A LOOK at Limon Bay are Rotary International presi president
dent president Glan Carlo Lane and Colon-Cristobal president Joseph
Harrington.

UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White heet V ; ;

New Orleans Service

Arrive

Cristobal

"SANTO CERRO" Feb. 19
"MORAZAN" Feb. 28
YA.UE" ; ..March 5
.,'SIXAOLA, ........March IX
A1m Handllnr Refrlrerated and Chilled Carre
i ii n i

rVew York Service

Arrives
Cristobal

TARISMrXA" Feb. t5
HETAPAN,- March 4
: "JUNIOR"- March 11

"COPAr. : March 17

"SANJOSE"-..........

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March 25

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LONDON.. Feb. 18 fUP) Brit-

aln's ranking practical joker went
commercial today and offered to

seu nis talents to any countrymen
anxious-to perpetrate "laree-scale

hoaxes." .. r
Jonathan Routh, 29, wh6 once

leu a grana piano in the subwav

to see what would happen placed
this advertisement in the soberest

of all London papers, The Times:
"Practical Joker with wide ex

perience of British public's sad

giuuouuy,., organizes,-,-ieaas- ana
guarantees success of large-scale

noaxes.v ;-,..
"There is no joke about the ad
vertlsement, Routh said. M

have become absolutely enamored

of this way of life."
Routh bills himself as a "master

practical joker," and has consid

erable claim to the title. :

; Last yar,- three unidentified
men took a grand piano down a

passenger elevator to a subway
station. Subway guards obligingly
helped put it on a train. The sub subway
way subway still has the piano, stored
with the umbrellas In the lost and
found department.

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WRETCHED FREELOADERS on the patience of the"
civilized world, I was crpuched over the curds and whey
in : Tna'b 174j4AAn.. i.A Life. w .J. X

vuu uiwv uic uuici uitv. uuiiKJiiK ui Liiis ana

that and the infinite cluelessness of women, when it be became
came became time to give some attention to the question of
Red's Cantuta Cab.' V f
t The whole problem came about because the Cantu Cantuta
ta Cantuta had taken an active part in the Panama's recently,
ended" professional baseball season. Many a time it has
earned as much as pne dollar, 'transporting seven ball ballplayers
players ballplayers down to the National Stadium..

correctness of the Stanley concept of power for auto-!
mobiles heard much reference to the Carlbbean'series
in the Jiamlet of Havana, and a. little bistro on the cor corner
ner corner in that town, name of the Tropicana
When the ballplayers took off this, mention lingered
with the Cantuta Cab. $0 strongly in fact, that the
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July close by a furniture store of the same name. ",
An1 honest enough .mistake. The trouble came be because
cause because at high altitudes, like the Fourth of July, the Stan Stanley
ley Stanley Steamer engine in the Cantuta Cab cannot work up

the same, head 01 steam as it can at sea level, about 20
feet lower.. "";... ,
A Canal Zone cop observed the ancient chariot. He
acted. The following day Judge Deming at Balboa (
Magistrate's Court had no option. It cost the Cantuta
Cab $10 for loitering. . s r j..
All friends of the medieval conveyance are happy
that circumstances are such it seldom gets to go down
by the La Boca ferry. Chuck one rock at it, and the
whole Cantuta would desintegrate about its own dif

ferential, 1 ' 1
You of course heard of this portion of the Cantuta
Cab. They call it the 25 differential About 25 of ,J;

ted to the wheels. 1 .
This is a matter of common knowledge and fascina-
tion to the officers of the Corps of Engineers, who hold
distinguished costs on Balboa Heights. Anv dav vou can

hear them talking of the 25 differential.
If you don't think the Cantuta Cab has contribut contributed
ed contributed vastly to Isthmian engineering concepts, you just
haven't hung around among these learned and influen- .'
tial engineers.
I had to; turn to- an engineer .fty the name of ; O' O'-Flagon
Flagon O'-Flagon to explain, to "toe "what was in' the;mindbf 'he'
eneinfiep who turnRd the new ; Diablo- Crossing., 'outside

Albrook Gate, into the Canal Zone's challenge, to Times
Square. - -
, It just so happens that the type of ignoramus with

wmcn i associate, tost m proieciive coloration, lacKS mo .

yiucicocsiVD ucitcuiiuui ui suui tvucd m caiauuiuicu mc :

Diablo pinball machine method of traffic .control.' ''

y UD iagon expiamea an. u
1 The new Diablo system outmodes the obsolete traf-
fic lights, in which only one was visible at a time.
No messages of significance can be conveyed on one

irainc ugni, JJ ,p iagon lnionnea me.
.i This 'is .anage of toass communications, and the

traffic lignt engineers ire ngnt up twui tne age. :,
Thus it comes about, that al hands at Diablo must
take their cues from-not one, but two, traffic lights. -Combinations,
of signals are s6; effective! CahalZone
traffic engineers have -declared, 'that t no time have
they found it necessaryto flash the "One moment
olease" sienl" y.

O'Flagon tells me, though, that' Canal Zone traffic
engineers feel fhere may still be some- motorists from
the Outer Marches who have not yet; fastened a firm v

grip on tne uiacio case, ne nas, tnereiore, asuca me
to set it out in this section read by all farmers and
ships at'8ea?v.;i3l.e-.4'"-v" ., v.1;
; i Heading outbound from Balboa, it goes like this:
i Two reds: No shrimp left at Diablo clubhouse. v
One red, one., green: .Traffic cop approaching from
Miraflores Bridge.) fA "..
One yellow, one redi1 Flower show ; next week at
Morgan's Gardens. t; C
. Two greens: Spinach and, cabbage .tonight in the
Albrook airmen's mess. i
; Coming down from Diablo Heights, and facing over
towards Albrook, the code is: , f
K. One yellow, one green: The Albrook Flyers are be behind
hind behind in the seventh. l' 'm'- ; :
Two reds: General Landon's been stung by a beef
Two yellows: Turn back. and eat-at Diablo. Thr
chow on base tonight is 4F.; ; :
5 Inbound from Clayton to Balboa:
One red; one green: There are babes at the skating

rink, but they've all have datea
, One yellow, one red: Everything In J Street is at
pay night prices. r : J"':'7-- ' J
Two reds: You've just been "hit by the'train. i
Outbound along the Galllard. Highway;
One' yellow, one red?, Think twice: about: that re- i
enlistment stuff. 7 ? Ht v. v.
One ,ereen. on yellow: Every, private Jtias 'a' field

marshal's baton in his knapsack. .
Two greens: An MP jeep just went off the opea
bridge into Miraflores Locks.
; That's about all O'Flagon had. with, him regarding
the code. He said he would let me know how things go go-with
with go-with a pending plan to further modernize the .Diablo

signals with a three-light par lay,, on wcjoi more com complete
plete complete messages can be relayed.
' Tentative signal Three reds;1 the t rain has turn turned
ed turned off at the crossing and is churning up the hill towards :
Diablp Clubhouse. v
' In matter how this project v goes the question re- j
mains,- as O'Flagon observed, who would want color tele-,
vision when we've got the Diablo traffic lights to watch ;
- PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT this week owes ev-
erything to Coach Stu Brown's immortal Junior College
Nine, and the 14 run, 11 hit seventh inning they donat-
ed to Balboa High in the interscholastic league final last
week. i' .' ;
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1 is a number that will not be rapidly erased from -Isthmian
scholastic record books. This department is
grateful to learn that our schools, are turning out boys
who can count that. high. There have been moments
when we doubted. -' .

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I w ntvr myielf glad to rf
trn t school after tha holidays
it eircuimtaneat including ap
ituda lor lton altar catat.
Timat hav changod, too, and
t may bo that modarn educa
tonal methods maka laarning
talatabl avail to thota who,
iko me, are constantly diftfaet diftfaet-id
id diftfaet-id by n thousand and one Inter Inter-Isting
Isting Inter-Isting phenomena in the world
If imagination and outside the
tlassroom. 4 " ''.'"
Such distractions can act as a
fental tonic during hes winter ho ho-iay,
iay, ho-iay, and the boys and girls in
le United 'Kingdom swarming
ick to school in the next week
two would heartily endorse
hat was Said by the British man-1-Jetters
Robert lauis Stevenson:
The "world is so full of a num num-tr
tr num-tr of things', J am sure we should
8 be as happy as kings."
!ivihinq OF KNOWLEDGE.
v Anart from ice Dantomines and
ircuses, and the Schoolboys' Ex-
IDlyOn in vesuiuuier, : un' ..
rn have .had the chance to gorge
lemselves on the sort of" general
nowledge that is missed in the ay ay-rage
rage ay-rage school curriculum,- v -:
i-j Tn T .nnrlnti alnnft the SDate 01 leC-
ires.- and demonstrations intended
lainly for young people nas w
n all pprnrds. .' r
Subjects have ranged from space
lavel to early Italian' art, Jrom
utomation to ine,, ieeums uuiw
The lavishing .of knowledge on
its scale makes news so much
9 that the; "Times" newspaper
as. able ,to fill -a column iisims
n k. nnint. in the metropolis
rhere. fike bees after honey, chil-
reu could swarm to hear experts
vnmmdinff on their pet subjects.
the youngsters

I semselves could Join in,, as at
f Ir'htraf Hall. Westminster, where

PnhArtsnn. Hich ommis

'; ioner .for Canada,' and Winthrop

' ddrich,' American- flnou
hoHu1pd to open four full

) ays'; lectures and discussions un un-er
er un-er the auspices of the Council of

iducation for worm wiuzensmii..
vvr.iniaHnit and travel were a
ertaia draw! under this heading
An nhsprvBtorv in apace,
London County Council lecture
ft the- inter-steiiar' jutouj (
r. PArtA'r wine in popularity

, Jith' 'Ship of the Great -Explor-

is" nd a Koyai veo8r4t"h"1
- bciety lecture dealing wth.-. the

lommonweaitn Amaieuc capwt
Ion. V -"-,',.
. ,rfmtlnn"- Wnned vouhg Us-
ower' to the .Quceh Mary, CM CM-ix
ix CM-ix -Tnnilnn'a Fast End.
Children .battled with 'adults in
i Natural nisiory, mouui mw
he result df which J know not-at
he time of writing, though, Vif bet
Th animal world- aptured
most attention everything from
white ants! to the new famous.
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Komodav Dragon In Indonesia.
Lecturer en the Dragon at the
Royal Geographic Society was
my friend David Attenborough,
who recently completed a 300 300-mjle
mjle 300-mjle ourney across Borneo and.:
Java for the British Broadcast;,
Ing Corporation's! Television Serv
ke. j '
Attpnbnroueh Is one' of those

fortunate people who realise their
childhood areamsi wun ws ass-
cUtte Charles Lagus. ne eveniuair
w reached Komodo Island, off
Bali, and there filmed the "ara "ara-gon,"
gon," "ara-gon," the largest lizard in the
world. 1
-MFrom the age of ten," he told
mo "I was fascinated by. the dra
gon after seeing it in a child's pic picture
ture picture book. I vowed that, I would
track it to its lair, when I grew
up." - 4
"When I Grow Up," incidental incidentally,'
ly,' incidentally,' is the title of a new sound ra ra-diff
diff ra-diff quiz game in Britain,: in which
children challenge a panel of grown
ups to guess iwhat careers r they
want to take up.
" NATIONAL YOUTH
EMPLOYMENT "SERVICE
' The question is a vital one these
days to children all over the U U-nited
nited U-nited Kingdom.
-In-1956,' some 613,000 young peo people
ple people reached the age of fifteen. The
number will grow from yeaj to
year until by 1962 there will be
more than half as many again.
How' can they be absorbed into
the country's economy The opti optimists
mists optimists say the situation provides a
great opportunity, that may not
recur, .to train large numbers, of
young men and women in the skills
industry needs. 1 '
The trouble is that few boys ana
girls really know what they want
to be when they grow up. Their
knowledge of the world and its jobs
is necessarily limited. This is
where Britain's National ; Youth
Employment Service steps in.-
A report just issued on its work
during the past three years should
inspire parents and youngsters a a-like.
like. a-like. Nearly 1,480,000 .school leav leavers
ers leavers were given- advice during that
time and. 1,342,000 placed in em-
plThTereport is extremely hope hopeful.
ful. hopeful. It says that "assuming there
isiittle;change In the national em employment
ployment employment position in the next few
years... there., should be no in increase
crease increase unemployment among
young workers."- '
1 if lauman miv out In a word,
:t would. My that the, demand for
. young a workers ; wn m.
ihe future should increase. A A-iShoIe
iShoIe A-iShoIe neW i world of applied
science i opening vp, especial especially
ly especially in the sphere of nuclear alec.
;,TheYgreatfne'w's: thtS winter Is
that Scotland U to" havfe the larg largest
est largest nuclear power tation in the
world,. ' '
With ca der Hau, wmcn vjucch
Elizabeth II opened in October
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Scrgccnl Will Be

Eligible To Relire
In 6 Years At 39
sSt. First Class -Tomas -.Benero
del Valle, son 6f Mrs. Clementina
Valle of BO-Campo Alegre No. 21
Manati. Puerto Rico, and current
lv assigned to Battery "B." 764th
Anu-Bircrail rvuiery oanauun hi.
Fort Davis, Canal Zone,, has just
reenlisted for. a six year tour of
dutv with the U S Army. This six
year i "hitch" will round out twen
ty years of active duty for S e r r-eeant
eeant r-eeant del Valle and enable him to
retire at the 'ripe old age" of
inmy-nine, ?
Sg't, Benero del Valle entered the
Armv, in October ol 1944 and took
Jiis basic training at Camp Tortu-
guero, Puerto Bico. He was then
assigned, upon completion of basic
training, to-Battery "B" of the
764th AAA Battalion atvf ort ua
vis, Canal Zone, and has remain remained
ed remained with this unit ever since wWi
the exception of a 17 month tour
of duty in the States. Sergeant del
Valle has spent a total of ten and
a half years with Battery VB." ,
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Sgt. and Mrs. Benaro del Valle
reside at Coco Solito. The Sef-t
geant holds the American Theater'
Ribbon, the World War II Ribbon,
the National Defense Ribbon and
the Good Conduct medal. ,'
:! i"4- I-v.
At the present time the sergeant
is the section leader on one of
Battery "B's" 120 milimeter guns.
Britain already :has the world's
first large-scale nuclear station,
but it looks as if the -35,000,000
pound plant for the South of Scot,
land Electricity 'Board will easily
dwarf this pioneer effort.

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Table $ 44.00 V;; jnlllij: jnlllij:-Chair'1
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ht. GEN. ROBERT M. MONTAGUE, commander in chief of the Caribbean Command, was re re-,
, re-, cently. presented an invitation to attend the "Girl Scouts in Review" pageant; celebrating the
Centennial Birthday of the Founder of Scouting, Lord Baden-Powell, which will be held at
- Fort Clayton Thursday, Feb. 21 at 7:00 p.m? Shown presenting the invitation is Miss 6yd 6yd-.
. 6yd-. ney Belle Townsend of Jroop 24 of the Canal Zone Council of Girl, Scouts of America, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Miss Arlene Baxter representing Troop 9, Gamboa international Council of
, Girl Scouts of America., ( x (U.S. Army, Photo)

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Annual Awards. Dinner
Scheduled Feb. 28
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vancement of scouting will high
light the annua; awards dinner uf
this Tnnul 7nt1a PAiinnil a( 41ia Hai,
vui uui i fvj
At the dinner, which will be held
effort to the scouting program in
the Canal Zone with the sole pur purpose
pose purpose of helping boys.
- The names of adult leaders se settle
ttle settle Council will pay tribute to the
nore than 550 dedicated men and
A omen who devote their time and
at the Fort Amador Officers' Club,

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lectea tor awards for their ;work
during the past year will be an announced
nounced announced at the time of the pre presentations
sentations presentations by Mai. Gen.l Louis T
Heath, president of the Capal Zone
council, at the dinner
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Among the awards to be present-
are live engraved statuettes for
tuics ui Appreciation ana is a
wards of special Memorial copies
of the Bnv Spnnta. Hanrihnnlr tha
Ih. .mi. . ... 1
i iieen-mmiont copy of wnich was
er, the honorary president nf thn
Boy Scouts of America, "during
noy acout weeK.
Ticke's for the dinner, which is
directed to persons in the scouting
piugranii are now Deing sold with within
in within the Canal Zone scouting organi.
nations. , in .'
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Obsequies Today

For Caleb Lambert,
Print Shop Owner
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'Funeral services will be held
this afternoon at 4 o'clock At
the' Panama Wesleyan Metho Methodist
dist Methodist Church for Caleb Lambert,
a Panama Cfty printing shop
owner who died Thursday at
Santo Tomas Hospital at the age
of 54. '
A member of several lodges,
Mr. .Lambert was a Jamaican
who had been living on the
Iethmus for a number of years;
He is survived by his wife, Er Er-ma,
ma, Er-ma, and his children, Una and
Alston, who is attending a col

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Wednesday at we Ancon num 01 Mr. ana mib. Bionvy .uu.yes,
Mr. McDowell la the former Miss Elsie Meyer of Tarrytown,
' i. -i-,-. New'York.

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Th bride, who w given away
by Mr. Hayes, wore a pink em embroidered
broidered embroidered cotton cocktail length
dress with Drincess lines. Her

scoop-brim hat was covered with

piDK net ane carneo- a uuiui
of orchids. ..

Her matron of honor Mrs T. Hh
Srntt wnro bin lace sheath With'

a small draped blue velvet-dome

hat. She also earned orcmasv
T, H. Scott acted as best
man.1 -,, .,
A reception was held following
the wedding at the Amador Offi Officers'
cers' Officers' Open Mess,
Some 100 friends were on hand
to offer congratulations and good
wishes to the couple.
Mr. and Mrs. John Shaw
Give Cckti Party i
Mr. and Mrs. John; Shaw enter entertained
tained entertained with a cocktail buffet at

their home last nieht. About 100

guests, were tbera to enjoy the
party.

'(CONTINUED ON r AGE 5)
Potential Criminal
Now (an Be Spoiled
At Knee Pants Age

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (UP)

Scientists are preparing to re release
lease release a formula for detecting the

nanon s nnure criminals wnue

still in knee pants.

AfTE OPp( BOU.SB.XHUUKSDAY AFTERNOON,
h Vliny dlstinxnlshed latbJmians were 'among tne 86 odd'
g:uU jWovende4 the Open, Hbose given ai the Bella;,
V ista thildren'a Home Thursday afternoon by the board of :
V idniinlttators. 7 The Bishop of the Panama-Canal Zone
' Keglnald Heber Gooden and rs. Gooden were there with v
" thaebaplaia of.. the home.Beaii cot Su tuke's Cathedral
jkeVen JWainert J Petersen end Mrs. Petersen.11 17; ;
'' Mrs. Julian K. Harrington wife of the United S titer
."Ambassador, and Mrs. Ian Leslie Henderson, wife of the
'iiiitisb. Ambassador; were lsopresent. -

'Hi VW ii decorated 'With

'jred and white flowers and e'andleal
"wilh Valentfne motif. Graduates!

'aitra. ..

;chalrmen of the committee
whicbJarranged 'the1 ea were' Mrs.

f j CjDunsqombe and. Mrs. James

, Ui josvnsena.
, .' IrheV were assisteiJ: '"bSr Miss

CAire Ogden assistant housemoth

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ICTTER OF PCUTION'-Mra. t.(,t. Hlglitowerprerid.
in'chairman of,-the' forty-seventh' meeting of- the Uxeotitlv '
council of 'the'panama area" Diatafi CouoclLprestnti x letter, t
of apDreciatloo from the Commander in Chief,' Caribbean tom?.

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TEEN-AGE OFFICERS AND SPONSORS Sgt. and; Mrs. McCord, sponsers or the 'Fort Kobbe
Teen-age American Club shown with newly elected officers of the club. Standing Mrs. Margie
McCord7 and Sgt. Bill McCord. Seated left to right Becky Duke, Secretary, Sharon Light.
President, Dianna Downey, Acting. Vice President, Sherry Godsey,, Treasiwrt it
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maiwl,' ,to, Mrs.- Charlotte ( Kennedy -for outstanding1 aervlce. to)

the Distaff organteation.--mie presentation was "made-' at the.

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The formula was devised by

two winery xnown criminologists,
Prof. Sheldon Glueck and his

wife, Dr. Eleanor T, Glueck, both
of. Harvard law school. Indications
bow: are .that it can almost un unerringly;
erringly; unerringly; point tha finger' at the
future murderer or. bank robber, j
Their study, based on historic

ot l,ooo jo?ton teea-agers, result

;r.rSa-:'Vlmii sovernment

Zn. r,- ?:aV?.S PS?a;afntam substantial

Their formula operates out of theJpriy e Uv ' t

family;relationship. i The lateit 'instance of an alleged

Sorae-long-held H h e or i e s on la the resignation of Assistant De-

causes $ of,, juvenile delinauencvlfense Secretary Robert Tripp

were snaicen

Conflict Of Interests Brought
Resignation Of Robert Tripp

WASHINGTON, (UP) Conflict .of 'mi of a purple career to be ended record the name of 'Robinson's Ar Ar-MorMt
MorMt Ar-MorMt u the term med bv con-!lv an assassin's bullet. Lone wns lansas law firm and listlof its big

een-agers, result gessj0nai investigators to chal-undisputed boss of Louisiana with clients.
. conclusion: Po llenfl B0Vernment officials who an overlay of influence in adjoin-1 Long conld iiot acctise Robinson

links with

i ofatoc nntahlv MiAifnni nrirt nF 'mlarippria ni M niittinir nnvate

",M vul ..w.uv.rr. . v v,

Felf Out With 'Leaders.

li.il tha Kinefish. bellowed, that the

teiiptti4 wasf theire. And he

; vw quote. we woie.oy weyaru
It was- characteristie of Longrni the hazards? of, -temptation.

that he soon fell out with the Denv k Conflict 6f iihtWest was what i

uoiuuuwiii .-. unii ne soon ieu oui wim me ucni" t

with announcement! Koss. Koss, altnougn denying any ratir. uarMn fmm FDR lirina wa talkinc ahriut. tt is voiir

of tha investigators' findings. Onciyiolation of conflict of interest h'e Cime to the Sen- correspondent?-' feceffleefaoonn n,

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Senate Democratic Leaacr i omnson jmmecuateiy resignea nis ;
f DkLimmah urn m t Anrt'a Slikln. Jitn fiwtWt flnnWaMTlAn Mnt tt ATI 1

McDowll-Mvr Weddios

Miss Elsie Florence Myer efj
Tarrytown, New York became the

bride of John Francis McDowell,

a member of the Canal Zone Po,
lice Force Wednesday evening.
The double ring ceremony was
held at the home of Mr. and Mrs
Sidney Hayes in Aneon. Judge

sunjrislnj? result wa that, rfoiin. laws, cave uo his post iff the midst ..

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4uecy, ;oHen mougni a productiyi a muy y-'" Jie T. Robinson wis Long's-whlp-j :w firm connection, not as an as-
of the slums, could occur in any.tions with a Boss family nrm ii w iw ,h. -nrNwi.njil innwliIrmimt:i( wronff-doini? nr.

M x sreconomic background. which holds several 'n:-!Uiw.tiot'. The K1 1 1 rveh. :o. -Jnflfct 'ot' jntecest, but

A boy getting a $100:-day al- tiouars wortn 01 aeiense.cooiracw. imoekei the Senate and jolted Rob mply toi get tbe .Kingfish off his

t'tMis Carmen Diaz and a form-' John Deming officiated.

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Who is the criminal embryo' w ot what he caUed "deroga "deroga-The
The "deroga-The Gluecks, through study of ory implications."
some 500. juvenile delinquents! When government official
came up with a surprisingly clear mintain "n outside business con con-portrait,
portrait, con-portrait, rection which could be favored or
, .'' hurt by his official actions, the
He is-' adventurous and a brag-lflsis for congressional conflict
gart, energeUc and impulsive His ff intercst investigation is present;
self-reliant nature anof grandiose l" doe not necessarily follow that
notions make him immun. to or- doe' not necessarily follow that
dinary fears of defeat or failure. I,n otf,cial would or would not
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Hew About Congressmen,
These congressional,' invest iga iga-lions
lions iga-lions come along often. It is a
bedevilled official in the witness

chair has not long since sought to
turn the conflict of interest search-

!gbt on his congressional investigators.

Consider the lawyers, for ex example.
ample. example. Lawyers far outnumber
Members of other professions in

umgress.
How much ctmflict5 of Interest
would there be in the situation of
a senator or coneressman. whose

law firm had substantial corpo-j
rate', patronage and who had to to-cast
cast to-cast his vote .on a question which!
directly would effect the profits of
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'BEFORE THE CORRIDA'-Matador El Moreno u AW'
EUo) eam serenely under the admiring gaze of Esperanza ;
; v (Amy Luddy)., ;

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Well over r one-hundred stu students
dents students of the music and drama
departments i of Balboa High
, School-have combined efforts to
present this year', feature pro production
duction production "Hornpipes and castan castan-;
; castan-; i ets.? This title Is derived froin
, the themes, of the opera and
play which w Included in the
' program to be given on the eve evenings
nings evenings of Feb. 19 and 20. -the
first halt of the pro pro-gram
gram pro-gram consists, of "Before the
Corrida," a, one-act play writ written
ten written atalnst the background of
V Spanish? town and its bull
ring. This lay, flealtn; -with
the event f the last hour be-
fore a Sunday nullf tent,, is
study fn mood and local, olP- r
The plot tells or the ws to
-prominence ft yowie:. matador
and his love for the daughter of
a street vendor."-"'
Brought in .to the lives ;of
these two are the plcadora, the
bainderilleros, the street hawk hawk-er,
er, hawk-er, the ticket scalpers, the beg beggars,
gars, beggars, and an the', hangarson di directly
rectly directly or Indirectly associated
with the buUfighting art
'Before the corrida" was writ written'
ten' written' by Theodore Apstein, a Few
Yorker who has spent much
time in' lAtln American coun-
SSgar Afhe0ot l apperia
f the first time lri BalboaHlgh
School productions-as El More?,
no. the younK matador. Edgar a
, junior, U 1bo a jnember of the
High School Band. !.
playinir the female lead is A-
. Aiy" Luddy.-. As EsneRBjwa,. (the
young gfrU jghe hvS in love with
n Moreno. A junior in BUS this
year. Amy is an active club
merobe)? and the secretary of

her class.. .. -
- Ernesto' Sharp, also appearing
In his first important role, plays
Margarito, the friend of Moreno,
through whose eyes we see All
the events of the play.

' a Junior this ? year, Ernesto

3ias returned- to do : the che-,

reof raphy: for The v Lowland.
Sea.f MrsBerest's wide cxpe cxpe-v'ence
v'ence cxpe-v'ence as" at dance teacher n n-clndee.worJcitti.the
clndee.worJcitti.the n-clndee.worJcitti.the Pasadena
Playhouse and the 'Players.
Rtaf in California. The star
tag i by iDonalt Jk Mussel
All the dancing, in the opera

is done by ,the men'e chorus.
Some of the: chorus n members

were ; somewhat i taken aback
when this fact was first an announced;
nounced; announced; since that time; how

ever, most of the boys have ad-

Justed nicely to their unfamiliar
roles. Recently one boy remark

ed wat' he 'found- that dance
rehearsals had benefited 'his
track activities,' particularly his

niKn-jumDuir. (

"Hornpipes and dastanets"
Dromises to be an exciting and

enjoyable experience for all who
attend. CUrtain time is 8 o'clock

Tuesday ana Wednesday at the

portray an oia man wno gives
advice and couiiftel to- those
vrhftsn Uvea stanA to be affected

by the outcome of the bullfight,
i Luchlta Burlllo, who is in
-hari? of the choreoeranhy of

v"Befor the Corrida? also wlll,

appear in the Spanish dancing
during; the show tuchlta, a

i v

,'lunior, has appeared previously
? n.iV.. TTinh. snhnnl nroduc-

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tion, and she recently danced in
the program of the institute ,de

Bellas' Aries.
; The seeond feature of tne
' evening wiU be -The lowland
Sea," a one-act opera w th 11
rt principal roier nd full chorus.
This operetta is based on folk
' themes associated with the
men who fO to sea and the
v... hshind. .'

The story of "The Lowland
Sea" tells of a-young girl; who
waits ior her; saUor loveThe
setting is in New England W the
idft'. The music is by the con

temporary American composer
Alec Wilder, the. bretto &f : AT--nold
Sundgaard.,
Soprano Grace Lombanaj; a
senior, plays the" female lead.
Grace Is swrnemberOfjaw school
Glee Club and has participated
in various school productions in including
cluding including 'UDown in the ,, Valley"
and "Finniaw's Rainbow. Grace

has- studied at the National

Conservatory of Music in Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. Recently she was chosen
queen of Balboa High School's
Carnival dance.
'. Playinf the male lead s Or-
. lando Nunez. Orlando, also a
jQlee Club member, has sunr
In the choruses of -''Down in
? the Valley, 'andf 'Finlan's
Rainbow." J
Joe Trower, low bass, makes
hie first :' venture' i into music
theater with his portf&yartf" tB tB-energetic
energetic tB-energetic captain Jesse.
; :Amonjr, the-other. parts ctre
those' df Hannah, sun by otir$
no Vena sennet, and .Nathan .Nathaniel,
iel, .Nathaniel, featuring the talents of ten
Or :Chrl Hearon,"a veteran j ac actor
tor actor at Balboa Hltfh School. vvf
The three Balboa elemenyary
school students sineing the chil children's
dren's children's parts In "The Lowland
Sea" are Mary Jean Beebv. Billy
Snyder, and Richard Keigley.
other minor roles Included In

tne onera are piayea ; oy -;ric i

Washburn and Leon odena'The
remainder of the cast for "The
Lowland Sea'Ms made up of the
well-bal anted Balboa High
School Glee Club," under the;dl-rectloa-of
Vlctoj A' Herr. H,
Mrs., Joan Belest. ehoreo ehoreo-tTapher
tTapher ehoreo-tTapher for last year's prodnc-

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tlrthday Of Chro Diokono ...
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ry February displays to Toby jug collections

and collectors. K

Mrs. Hsllie F. MoranJ staff lib

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coUectors of character' and toby
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Toby and character Jugs are 20th

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cognized recognized by book lovers througbt
the world.
The check list, prepared by
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Sam&R&iiits

! 'HIALEAH Fl. 'Ne'aV '.'tyiftfe
' HartackliWflHei Shoemaker,
' who run ne-twtf in the number
, winning mounts .eadh year, have
; ' riding styles' ajs ;derenjl aS Scotch
- and milk..?Vivii' -r;iy':

io fenoematter jjerorc waning jbp
jockey title hi s 9?6fl is 'b us y'!
' rider. Style-Wise, he is faulted by
,the; puristiv,A lj-handerv'; he is
, strong mtk the whip;. He Is -' glurri'i

ShoemikjWin', the. other- hand,
Is sit till rider.' .'t like'coin like'coin-V
V like'coin-V fort on i ;hoft and' I like the
horse to be comfortable under
- 'me," he says? This, placidriess car-

.. nes over;toiJis personality,
- 'U IMPORTED TALENT

POTSDAM N.y: (NEA) rr Four-

' teen of tbfr 9-man Clarkson hock
ey squad are from Canada. .'

Racetrack Tips

I Felletito: V .Chlto
Single .Slipper .lClttale
3 Destello Takeaway
4-Kedohdita f? Que 'Undo
5 Estebaa;?,' ( ; Fichoto
6 r-Globe Trotter , King
7 Or' PurKo : Arrabalero

' 8--Cervecero (i Sabiondo
9r-Hurynjr' Park, v Picudo
10 Gonetna (e) Eric (e)
11 Rada ; Rutilante

SHORTS

JNTER-LEACU8 SCHEDVLE

" CINCINNATI .fNEA) There

wfll be 175 ames between Nation Nationalism!
alism! Nationalism! American League clubs

during spring training this season.

The Giants and Indians wilTharaJ

storm toe most,' playing in Arizo

na, Caiiofrnia and Florida' before

starting north. ?.( k

Eight Imported Youngsters
Clash In 5 -Furlong Feature

Miss Analida Alf aro, Panama's Coffee Queen of
the Americas, this afternoon will be guest of the
management of the President Remon racetrack
where a handicap is to be run in her honor.

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Masterpiece of tke
Distillers Art

mi v. 1 1 v a i

Miss Alfaro, who won out oven

representatives from other coffee-1

producina countries in a contest

held in Colombia several weeks a.

go, will arrive at the clubhouse

with her party in time to witness
the running of the eighth race with

is the Coffee Queen Handicap.",

The Panamanian beauty will pre

sent a trophy to the owner of the

winning norse.
. Eight 'throughbreds are listed to
take part in the five-furlong dash

for the uon's share of a $650 purse.
All of the entries are two-year-old
imported newcomers who will be

making their debuts locally.

Information on the youngsters

follow:

Sabiondo Bay colt, by Surefto-

ugarette, oorn in Argentina, own owned
ed owned by Stud Durrieu, trained by Ju

lian marshal!.

Cervecero Brown colt by

Welsh Honey-Boina, born in Chi Chile.
le. Chile. Owned by Stud Quiteflo, train

ed by Ernesto Navarro.

Princesa Vanidad Bay filly by

Prince Tetra-Vanity Fair, born in

cnue. uwnea py uaras JNaciona
les, trained by David Vos,

The Gipsy Chestnut filly by
Full Speed-Dixie II. born in Chile.

Owned by Stud Los Siete, trained

Dy jirnesio jvenion. i
Matriculado Chestnut colt by

resy-mairicuia, oorn, in Argentina.
Owned by Stud DQrrieu, trained
by Julian Marshall.
Manandoagua "Chestnut colt by
Pesy-La Truite, bom in Argentina.'

gwned py stud Durrieu. -trained

oy juuan marsnau, .

' Empire Cross Brown' ftllv hv

cmpire-smaica, oorn in Chile.
Owned, byStud Gin Rummy, train train-Mi
Mi train-Mi hv AlhurfA A iPtfflv V v

Edith Piaf Brown filly bv Ma-

dara.Francesita,- born, in- C h i I e.

uwned by stud Gm Rummy, tram
ed by Aiberto A." Arias E.

Of the group Sabiondo and Cer

vecero are Teported to have turned

in the test workouts.

Ddri'i Go Wear, The M

By jimmy; BRESLIN

ey' can buy and, they should wreck The Stilt Chamherlain form ith

password lor -conduct becoming

DOOr StatA'KfltllWlav anfl (A vndt

NEW YORK (NEA) Back in fighter not only lost the fieht but

Today's Races

Itt Rac "G" Nativas 7 Ut.
Punt $275.00 Pool Clotei 12:45
- FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Moonshiner G. Vasquez 105x

2 Ebonv B. Baeza 113

3 Folletito H. Oustlnes llOx

4 Fru Fru R. G6mez 115
5 Fil6n A. Vergara 112
6 S. Cristobal R. Vasques 117

7 Chlto. B. Aguirre 113

8 MettO O. de Leon 108

2nd Race th Strict lmpt -75 Fgt.
Fun $400.00 Poor Cleiai 1:15

SCCQNO RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 S. Slloper A. Vascraw 118

2 Arpegio J. Jimenez llOx

3 M. Slipper B. Hernanaez mux

4 Ponton J, M. eravo iua
5 Bright Blade H. Ruia 198
6 Cural B. Baeza 103

3rd Race "B C" NativM 7 Fit.

Fun $350.00 PmI Clot 1:45

ONI-TWO 1 -i

1-Petite

2 Jachalfn
3 Destello

4 Lady Edna

5 Takeaway

8 Joe

H. Gustlnes 102x

F. Gatica 100
O. de Le6n 106
R. V&squez 114
B. Baeza 108
F. Alvarez 118

7th Rica 5th Sarin Imp.. 7 Fgt.
Pun $500.00 Pool CIomi 4:05
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 mcalca V. Ortega 115
2 Grlmilda. E. Dario 100
3 Socorrito J. M. Bravo 106
4 Arrabalero H. Ruiz 115

5 Love's Girdle F. Rodrig. 118

6- Oyster C. RUiz 112
7 Oro Purito A. Vasquez 118

1952,- Billy Graham easily beat

carmen uasilio in 10 rounds i at

Chicago. The next morning.' Joe

Netro, one of Basilio's managers J

encountered Graham in ; the hotel

"Do you mind."Netro asked 'if

we go back to Syracuse and claim

we got robbed here? I'm going to

tell everybody Carmen beat you
seven rounds. We could steam up

the people and get some good

money with a return," r '

I will.". Graham answered sim

pie, "come back, and-swear to ev

ery word youay."

THIS. ILLUSTRATES what has

become one of the more important
chunks of modern-day athletic stra-

tegem under no circumstances
tell the whole truth. Jackie Robin

son, for example, was around town

discussing how he would play for
the Giants until his city desk in-

iormea mm that story was on the

press., jacKie then vigorously de denied
nied denied he had ever said a word a
bout playing with the Giants.
Actually you can't call this busi

ness being untruthful. Because the

wnoie sports world blithely indulg

es in it ana this includes many

he wanted to quit in the. sixth

rouna except you threatened him
with mobster retaliation to k e e p
him in for the distance.

For the Immortal words of Wilt

an athlete or coach.

Asked why he traveled from
Philadelphia to Kansas On order t
attend school, Chamberlain didnt
blink an eye. "To get an educa-1;5
Won,", he said.' -

people who just don't lie.

SCOTCH

Panama

WHISKY

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CIA. CYRNOS. S. A.

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Colon

4rh Rica "HI A" Nativat 6-Fgt

Pun $275-00 Pool Clott. 2:20

OUINIELA

El Profesor S. Carvajal 107

2 Qu6 Llndo J. Phillips 115
3 Rafaellto O. de Le6n 111

4 Piel de Asno B. Baeza 112

5 Redondlta H. Ruiz 115

6 Fablonet G. Vasquez lOOx

7 Reeia H. Gustlnes lOOx

8 Don Jaime M. Guerrero 114
5th Ran "Non-Winnan" 5 Fat,

Puna $250.00 Pool Cletet 2:55

iMr. Jack o. sancnez na

2 Pichoto '. G. Sinchez 103x

3 Esteban F., Gatica 112
4 tLa Rubia D.,Cortez 104
5 Angellta B. Baeza 106
6th Rata 5th Saria imp. 7 Fgt.
Puna $500.00 Pool Clotat 3:35
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
t King H. Gustlnes 113
2 Moon Beam G. Sanchez 113
3 Q Trotter B: Asruirre 115

4 O. Star F. Gatica 115

8th Raca 'Soacial" Ima. r..

Puna $650.00 Pool Clotei 4:40

Cottea Qiiaan H'eap" QUINIELA

i isaoionao v t Alvarez 1 12

a uervecero J. : Rodriguez 112

o rnncesa van A, Ycaza 110
4 The Gipsy R.' Grlstian 110
5 (Matriculado D. Cortez 112

"6 (Manandoagua M. Bravo 112

lonpire tiross) Aguirr 118
8 Edith Plaf t) R. Vasquez 110

9th Race 4th Sariat I-?. 7 Fga.
Puna $600.00 Peel Clotat 5:15

1 Chivflingc J. Avn 1 1 n

2 Hurling Park B. Aguirre 118

3-D. Beatrlz G. Vasquez lOOx

rersuiage D. Cortez 108
5 El Fakir J. Rodriguez 113
6 Jaqulmazo ; B. Baeza 110
7 Elko O. de Ledn 108
8 Dlstlngo H. Gustlnes 105
9 (Picudo R. Vasquez 122
10 (Gourmet F. Alvarez 115

10th Raca Itt fr 2nd Series litio 7 F

Puna $1,000.00 Pool Clotei 5:40

1 Alhajar

2 Patan
3 (Eric
4 (Tpny
5 Gonetino)
6 Mossadeq)

A. Vasauez 118

O. de Le6n 108

H. Gustlnes 107x

B. Baeza 103
F. Alvarez 118
R. Vasquez 120

1 1th Raca 6th Serial Imp. 5 Fgt

rune MUU.00 Pool Close.

1 Maruja

2 Rada
3 Barlyon
4 Alminar
5 Rutilante

' J. Phillips 112
F. Alvarez 118
A. Ycaza ilO
O. de Le6n 105
A. Vasquez HQ

BIG WINNER

MEMPHIS (NEA) In the last

10 years on the eolf trail. Dr. Ca-

ry Middlecoffs winnines ara at

5 Merry Mason Ai. Vasquez 110 $222,484.64.

RED BLAIK. FOR EXAMPLE

The nice and straight-laced guy

wuo runs west fomt s football
team was summoned to the phone
a number of years ago by a sports sports-writer.
writer. sports-writer. i

"I have a letter from the Wocf.

Coast," the writer started, "tell "telling
ing "telling me about the greatest high
school halfback he ever saw. His

name is Glenn Davis and he is

supposed to be at West Point
now."

Davis?" Blaik answered. "Let

me see. . Davis, hmmm. ... n.

vis. You know ; we have so ma many
ny many boys ud here. Dleh mH th

like, that I have difficulty remem remembering
bering remembering all their

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mat you mention it, we do have a
Glenn; Davis.- But 1 1 really don't

miow mucn aoout him. It'll be

some time Detore l do."

THEN, OF COURSE, there ft
Leo Durocher. One afternoon at

1imo uroiJ3, he charged out
of the dugout acreamlncr afw nna

of his Giants had, been called out

oil airutes.

Frank DascOlL whn

ing i behind the plate whipped his
,mask off, turned to -face Leo's
charge. The 4wo began 1 ranting,
butniter a time it seemed from
the press box that Dascoli was do

UK quite a Dlt or lawino- Tn 4M

w uuuibu..oi Wi his adver
sary was straneelv mn'ot

Dascoli was sought out after the

game and was found surrounded

uy leuow umpires, who were chat.

tering to him. "That's the way to

ouui up uiai guy,, mev were sav

ing. "Wishjwe had a few more
like you."

A few minutes later Dnrnohoi-

was located m his office at one
sideof the Giants' dressing room,
leaning back in a swivel chair,
hands moving with every syllable

"I told Dascoli off." T.PA. BOM

"I mean, how much can a o u v

stand? Yes. sir. I sav him a

reai tawing to.''

THE WHOLE BUSINFcc

down to a few imn.plar rnloo f

orotners-m-me sports-dodge.
You never, under Dain of Mnnl.

sion, say that (aV vou most m

tainly do not have anything but

a Dig norse- ready for the race;
(b) the umpire -called vou out on

a pitch you still haven't seen: (ci

yuur iuuiDau team may not he too

ungnt, dui tney are the best mon-

illlIIH"lMllll I .1 l I I Ill mi .-. ,.
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IT'S A MAN FROM MARS! It' the creature from thBlack

Divers Cltib cltonblng from the Fort Kobbe swlmmins; pool in
the paraphenalla of the skin divers' art. Gill's plunge into
the Fort Kobbe pool .was a part' of" a recent demonstration of ";
the techniques and equipment of the sport by the El Panama
Club. Emcee of the .show was club president Dick McElldaliK.
' i. TT S Armw Phntn Kw r mil un.vl ..-(ii

' "J awvw uj AAV ...... p-"T"T,lf i

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,!nytes vou to at'i the;

FINALS TONIGHT at 7 p.ra.
' S-i ,. -T,,-V. : .,..,; ,:.,i: fit,.
of the
3rd Annual El Panama
Invitational Tennis Toumancnt

Prize (don&teef by Panama InurancCo) wilf ?
awarded to the winners and runnera-up; r'.
TICKETS on sale at entrance?- r. j v
Grandstand . Boy 11 .50 t

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onaexs ana; reiresrunenta available at moderate price ;
1 -Winners will be invited tof play in ther t,u,
' 2nd Annual PI Panslma ? i

international tennis championships u';

beginning tomorrow, thru Sun.; 24th

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TICKETS on Sale at Cabana Club office
All events tickets, $5 (for servicemen, $4)
Grandstand, $1 Feb. 18-22; ?2 on 23 & 24

' tew box seats wil be on sale)

C.t your tickets now to see stars of 9 countries compete?

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Enjoy yourself at El Panama
It's cheaper than you think

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K klrkeby S ;

COLON:
For the convenience
of our patrons we are
now operating both at
the "COPACABANA"
and "SAVOY."

TODAY

TODAY

COFFEE

QUEEN IMMMCAP

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8TH RACE "SPECIAL" 2-YEAR-OLD IMPORTED 5 FCS.

CHILDREN ARE HOT
ALLOWED AT THE
RACETRACK

4lh and 8tb Races
OUINIELAS

PURSE $650.00 QUINIELA

1 SABIONDO ...(4)
2 CERVECERO (5)
3. PRINCESA VAN (7)
4 THE GIPSY (8)
5 (MATRICULADO (1)
6. ( MANANDOAGUA .... (3)
7-- EMPIRE CROSS) (2)
8 EDITH PIAFT) . ... ...... ..... (6)

- POOL CLOSES 4:40
F.'Alv&rez ... ........ i. ... 112
J. Rodriguez ..........1..'...; i 112
A. Ycaza ...!.. up
R. Crisian .. ..-..ti. -110
D, Cortez 112
J. M; Bravo 112
B. Aguirre ..K,. 110
R. Viscjuez . i'. i .V ; . . 110'

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DOUBLES
I st, 2nd 6fh,'7th RACES
ONE-TWO

3rd and 9th RACES V.

ENTRANCE

9t A,

Clubhouse ; : $f .00-'

Reserved Seats .. 0.50
General Admission 0.25

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Senators Can-t

When Owner Is

w Br -JIMMY -BRESLIN
v-vr " V
. NtW.tyOKKf ZA). j It-; ws
iilf-tiraftoJf- A' asketbaU fititne,
but Eddie-yost,i4 he didirf want
LtcF "t alway start. watching
' myselJ tftij .time ,oi year' he said.
"I-Iite' to be.uir gome lund, Of
ifiape iefor 1 go, south,",
vAt ni.vc third "ha;e for the

washincton Senators teamL

whicTi.th' official- profflswonal
" baseHtt 'recordir insists -is in -the
AmeMcaii -League. His atatement.

from anputsider's viewpoint was

5E nWSeTSi nd plays three games

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.i i- thA' VAnamn wniun sihv wbt
fronnsttiff :that-niight help "him
r "VMM'
' Irt'tt Of the last i5 seasons', the
- genatoTS'hav been, in the second
divisiQjiThey've been last four
tuney si '"limes' sin seventh. It
doeSrt't take-a baseball intellect to
ru over Iheir 'roster loir this, sea sea-lon.
lon. sea-lon. -and- predict j7tb as the- high high-tst
tst high-tst thAcJab can dq this year.
, '."'l-'J: 'f. ""' .-? : t "tf
When JfW-f" over the reasohs
fo jtws,-yoa dont'tart with- poor
Eitdhmg.ota manager who-ruined
aUpJayws or Acotit Vrho-picked
bettr gaB station attendants than
ballplayers. AH these things don't
enter into .thft. Washington) picture.'
"to, 'see-what's -wrong-wifh' Wash Wash-lngloJWr.aiid
lngloJWr.aiid Wash-lngloJWr.aiid why.' this .team' never
will Sjrtraighten out :.under. present
- conditions -i- -you merely take a
look around .the rest of baseball,
S f K 'J i 1 J
Tom. Yawkey.has the Bed Sox.
ButvYawkey's money doesn't come
from, (basebaJL. He's financial page
stut.So are Del Webh and Dan
Topping? who probably pay; more
for IB.t machines to the Yankee
offices than the Senators do for
a jitcher. Even Kansas City has
an authentic big bankroll guy in
Arnold 'Johnson. Brooklyn's Walter
O'Malley is a banker.
Bfball's parade has passed the
Senators. This isn't a sport, where
an owner can beat short money
by being smart. Today it's Ya big
business and you, play it that way1.
If there s a ballplayer worth look look-in?
in? look-in? at in anv nart of the country.
scout doesn't do it alone. He has
other big leogue renresentntives
alongside him and -when vlt's time
to' do business somebody back in
the front office has to 'have a
' checkbook ror the- kid goes else elsewhere.
where. elsewhere. ' yv 1 -i
At nnff tim In hasphnll's histo
ry, you could jet by, Connie Mack
did it ana so aia tv'arn iruuut,
whose son. Calvin. .' inherited the
Senators. These were lone opera
tors fellow with some. money,, a
xi pa cn pi c,c3
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vW F F K E N D

Vo, :S2 :5 1:W, :Wll:50, :J$,:;tA

Bob Hope.:'. in a role
that out-joya The ;
'Sevi3n Little Foysl
:;; Work
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kns?U4M CAJU1UA V ".1
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"Get By In Era

In Big Business
tot of senst and deep liking for
Uie ganie.'' '
n owner' who i ..-someplace u I
r,ji ,iiilHm a 1 -s ronrt while)
Canada building a s road ", while!
you're' playing- a ; doubleheader-J
liira i nn pprini nf ililwaukee. U.'l
an 'owner 'who breezes in ence'in
the' weijtv coast easssup.ikv
' 1
.WuMmKM tili 4leM ,it the ofaH
fashioned .way. So they ..are a. poor
second division club whicn manes
nioney: only because Mickey vMah
nr ffith Stadirim nC some of Uie
r -
pHnital'iiMiailv flow of transients
idecidetf it would be nice "to take
in a game. '--- o i
i .Joe-' 'Cambria', fthe Washington
cOuL tried playing it smart. He
trig t(i fiitat nno tn ; in trt Cllhtl
and Central America to sign ball-
players. ' i' ''
, J .1.1 34. "'i ft
- They came cheap and .they help
ed.'But the .other clubg bought

lew plane tickets lof meur; scoots jon(j half' of play in Uie Pticiuc,
onrf hA. nripa ttAnt lltli. lit .t.hfiKA1n.i1Ir4. r nn n-n a ; i

areas and now Cambria takes the!:
left-overs 'j 'Jt 1 j
t The jSenators will Jbe Seventh j
eighth this. yean but Eddie. Yk

!isn't: drtnkuig: beer -and Manager- uame to the Lenoir dronplrijr
Charley flrssen: wiU : ba :onA Jiit;4 o'S decision two -week ago
field, when they open training 'atlfllthough h registered 11 strlke-

gianao. He;ii-nouer ano tea iotiout over the first, six. innings

of stories and all the time) you'll
if nit Ml
nave no wonacr now anyDoay-can
be enthusiastic with the sclub in
the first place. t ' J L
Th fiAnaffiiQ aro fiiiffllf. urifh ft
1020 nrpanizaMnn in 1957. the veer
When yon need big money- or the
rent bareiygets paid. ;
Softball Loop Starts
At La Boca Park
4. .. . ..-1 !, ...f...i-' a. j .. "A-.':.
Tomorrow Evening
1 Softball League will get un
derway toiuuiTuw evcimr; uu ia
Boca Ball park with, a game be between
tween between champion cerveza Bal Balboa
boa Balboa and runnerup National Dis Distillers.
tillers. Distillers. Ellis Fawcett. supervisor of
paraisd High Schaok wiy thiow
out the first balL
The loop consiata of four
teams which will j play, four
games weekly.
LeflB-ue resident Alfred Bow-
en expects a large crowd to be
on. hand lor the opener.
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7 H KITli.N ON
THE WIND
' with Rock Hudson
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rovoo
' CROSSING

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t Sensational-Double!
Frankie Lymon and hU "-
' Teenagers In --
ROCK. ROCK. ROCK i
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Oreporv Peck In -MOBt
DICK

JC Meets : mfanWfVft f J 1 .r.:

Leaders. -- r (r ;.N

Tomorrow
PACIFIC TWILIGHT IBACXJE
t i;--! m .cf iilf 6fnHlnir
final jpst Half Standi 9
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Won Lost!
ucky Strike .'
palboA Hipfh School
5 z
4
2.
'2
3
4
Junior coiiege.
I
Stvrnnd Half Stindinex
tuckv Strike I
American Legion 0 0
junior College 0 0"
Balboa Hiah 0 1
Today's taame. 2 p.m. Balboft.
, . staaium j
Lucky Strike vs American Legion
Monday Nlgnt's Gam- ; ?
Junior College vs Lucky strike
L t nVi ''ntrlkit first half wlrl.
liers, meet American Legion to-'
i,nn the second game of the xec-
.-term .Tohnson will r.a to the
ijmonnd for Lucky 'j Strike vith
brother Dick Jonnsort -; behind
tti -olate. Jerry has lost ..one
Wilt- mMma' am 1 TWil
of the erame but gave up 'two
runs tnaf cost nun wia game jo
the seventh limin. ,. -.
Will Pretto will be :' on the
pltchinp rubber for the Legion Legionnaires,
naires, Legionnaires, prettd hs won one and
lost none, so far this season. Ray
Nlcklsher will handle Pretto's
slants behind the p-ate.
, rretvo posien a 0 .w t wiunipn
over Balboa High In the ,. first
half .giving un six hits, walking
mm Tnnttrl gnii sendintr thirteen
down on V strikes. -The slight
rlphthander will liav, 'his work
cut out in silencing the big bats
of the T.uckies.
Bob carlln ts on a ;. bftitin
snree with eight hits .ip his last
10 tripg to the plate tQ raise his
batun? averairo it an even ,w
i5nd of latw MapaBer .Ah F'vnnv
.Tpri-rf Hnlsall. Tonin CordoveK
and Carl Tuttle have found
thpl- hattlrxr mvpn and nre eiv-
!inr the nit.fther rouen time.
r .Todav's jumf starts a full
fl-eei? or. eames wt.o piayen;-jn
fth Twilooo ,wjth fames -ached-
!'., .1 4 w A a w
thrnnirh Friday. Raturdav it an
open dat and then American
Legion ana l.ucicv strK piay on
AimdAy aealn. with the second
half .to end on Thursday, night.
iFebruarjr 28 th j
Sports Briefs
. iiUAivii. r m. wt;
tack, the nation's leading ockey
the past two seasons, ran- his JL95T
victorv total to 84 Thursday at
Hialeah Park when be accounted
for three winners. His latest streak
gave Hartack 11 victories in threa
davs.. Thursday ha scored on Bat-
tlement ($8.20), Lady Beaver
($3.80), and Eds Diy; (,lO),-

Showing 6t four Sehjce Center Theatres Today t ?
DIABLO HTS.:3 7:0i GAMBOA 1:W "t"'-' :
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Glenn Fora . .jitbaL''
Ernest Brognine - Tueav JUBAL r
"JUBAL-' ;,'v V-. GATUN 2:39 tM
. "ugJ.-,' :Tl- "WHILE THE CITY SLEEPS" -Mon.
"FIGHTING TROUBLE" Tnes. THE WAY OCT"
MARGARITA- :306 :1 j'-l!?5 CRISTOBAL 2-JSOp-
Bing Crosby Alr-Conditloned
Donald O'Connor -f Ava Gardner -r
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ADD UTTtE teaf u i- Sporti left field fence curunau VT, a t v v i
r ARMED IORCES'"' three runs. t3urund worea 15 I T V V I
, v : . ruivs In the bottom of the ec-i I ,. v f

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k.hin fh torn.Vl ,t -nitehinof 01
Butch "Rifle Arm" Keichart -dt.-
, featea tie5 canooean; uummauu
Little Leaguers by a ecoro m x
n Tvi! win -ov- rnruftdu the
J 1st- half 'Championship of .the
umcu r UiB JV"
in the bottom of the 1st inning
Curunau swrvea iBr"u
wTiL ;tuH far over the
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" Th e Minneapolis
takers..
are
tk.ta ,. hall of the cur
UirS 4,4,- r 7
rent National uasKetoau
tion race, but they -can't seem 10
:et anywhere m tne xigm wesvern
)ivision. scrambled ,t ; j : 'f
The Lakers edged the; Nw York
Knickerbockers, ?T, ; ThMsday
night for' tneir tnira uraigm, wii.
However, the Lakers, are' still in
the Western Division-cellar, a half
game In back of -the Kocnesier
Royals, wno aeieatea w ayi-
Nationals, lvW-ns. ;
The Fort Wayne Pistions extend
ed their first-place lead in the
Western Division to one ana one one-half
half one-half 'games over the second-place
St. Louis Hawks by defeating the
Boston-Celtics, 112-106, in other action.-
The loss was the .Celties
. .,4. m iha nit nva nmu. dui
.4:11 if tliam iv and one-nauJ
SIU1 : ici-v t."v. ---- n
games ahead Of the Philadelptua
warriors in we easi-ip
Cleveland Brown :
Defensive Back Is,
PunlRefum Champ
L TTTtTY ATAfff tHfi FUrl 15 ifUP)
nrvuu .uitt v : vi j
for the Cleveland BrOwns, today
was officially tabbed as th Na
tional .Footoau League .w yuu
jteturh hampion. -p. :
Konz, who finished fourth in 1 that
Vipnart.nent in 1955, carried
punts a total of 187 yards; for a
14,4-yard average. His longest re-
turn was eyaraa
Frank-Bertiardl of the Chicago
Cardinals was second ttv Konz w
the 1958 punt return wnainK w
a 12.1-yaro average.
Philalelpbla Eagles rookie' was
aVUlMl ni.tk fiT oialfii?ft t
Carl Tiseff
l uu.v" c-4- -- v,
of Baltimore -V
rage and fifth to, WUlard Sherman'
of Los Angeiei wnn e. yarus
Al Carmicftsel 01 oreen
Howard Cassady of Detro;t, Joe
Arenas 'Mi Ssn' Francisco Don
Paul of Cleveland and Henry Ford
ef Pittsburgh rounded out thefjrst
10 a tnat oroer.
VICTORIA
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lafv field npa erivino- niriindu

ruiyj In the bottom of the ec-
nnH nrt it.allf. and l.ln hits to
put 'the game on Ice. Then in
tne nitn inning wwn,,Bverifouuj(
from the1 bench f ln, Curundu
tame up with five more runs,
Leading hitters for Ouruudu
were Butch- Reichart getting 3
for 4. Bob Smith, 3 for 3 j 'and R.
Frahgionl,1' 2 for' 4.' rz$ v;--
- B. Buss and Higginswere the
pnly ones to get a < for Canb-
beap .cpmmapd.
Caribbean Command Ah R .H
n r,, u
B. Russ, ,3b i v'- f. 2
Bchult,s cf J J
J.r Russ, rf i,iv,-.4 .Q 0
Rowan,- p ; .44V 2 u
Lewis, lb rv,i.w .'. w.
Trevalhan,' ss ,;, ., .:.-.-2 0
Schoomakeri e ........ 2 0
Kichardson.' 2b i 0
K. Brown, if, ii.;.. .4 -1
:Higgins, SbiW-UA'... J
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t jsexston. n; ...
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ToUlsvg,,';'
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17 0 2
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3 3
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2 2
1 1
2 1
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B. Smitn J .
IR. Franglonl .s.
M. Lane ...". i".
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B. Piak
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R. Lane .nf t
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R. Reyes .-..-..4'"'--B.
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" Totaly,',, '-l. 29 ?3 18
Fort Wayne PiJloiis.;
To Make Swilch lo
Detroit This Fall
a Hooster with faith ln Detroit s
reputation of being we -nesi spori.
town- in the. country,'' yesterday
-f.i J hia V W1VM J-ll-
tons of the isauonai- oasiwiM-"
Association will swicn to weirou
this'fall'";;-'.-''.
The mov: requires -oniy-ne
formal approval by the. SB As
board of governors, zouner saia
be already had conUcted ; the
hnMil icmViAra and thev URSni-
mously approved. The vote will be
a fl t A .....I I. mmM I
cairn nunni me auhi uicuiui.
r"we nave neen. avera.mi ,buu,
. i af i
to 3.800 fans per game in a lo.ooo
seat arena," IZollner said. 'That's
great for a city witn utie more
than 00,000 persons." 5' '-''.
: Rn Tnl inr nlninlv WBn'f more
to attend the NBA' Western Di
vision-leader's g a m e s. The
Pictnni nnratins under six-
year contract with Olympia Stad-
mm rresiaent uruct .norns, win
play .a V.'minimum" of 22 dates' in
Detroit. Five to seven of- them
will.be, doubleheaders. -.k 1
seven games win o-piayett at
Ft. Wayne next season, one- with
each NBA chib.i
"Detroit is the only town we
tfonsidered," the well-tanned in-
dustrialiM said. m"
"We had an offer from "touis "touis-ville
ville "touis-ville b'lt we didn't look" into' it,"
no saia.
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euciii virru Walter
phamn Carmen Basilio. who ex- f
pects Johnny 4 Saxton t try and
in their Cleveland bout, does
jjust that with the aid of a train-.
ing masK ai a auami Bjrmaas.uui
BOWIE. Md '(UP)A Il.138.s0
t.iiv rfinhlf. the lariest -of the
I year ia the nation, was returned
t .4 r, : Tk..4M(44, rtlM US44 C 4W
(319.40) and Car Hop ($118.20)
won the first two races. Car Hop's
straight payoff also was a new
high for the year ...-v.:
Today f ncflrtfii J5 -2(3
4 Rhonda Fl emmlng ;.
- Rlcardo Montatban th
Lelf Ertcsoa to 1
"INVADERS FROM MARS"
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V "SOMEBODY UP. THERE -LIKES
ME"
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THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2.0740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE 1
"FOR INFORMATIOn'tELEPHONE 2,0740,

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Houses
FOR; RENT: H e s e: fivin
room, dining 'nwm, timet, 3
btdroomi, 2 bathrooms, maid's
room with bath, double garage.
Completely furnished1. Phono 3 3-;
; 3-; 1 01 3 from 7 a.m. on.
PHILLIPS Oceantide Cottages.
Santa Clara. Box 335 Diablo Hts.
phone Panama 3-1877, Cristobal
3-1673
Gramlicb'i Santa Clara Beach
- Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gambol
-441,
POSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach hoese. One mile past Ca Ca-.
. Ca-. sino. Phone Balboa 1866.
Nothing to-compare with HOTEL
PANAMONTE in cool BOQUETE.
, Wire your reservation.
- ft..- iiiinn.1 f A M w....... nf fit A T f
cai Council, International .Boy
Scouts of the' Canal Zone, held last
""Ysetskend (Fen, MO), at the ground
t of the Paraisrj Elementary SSchool,
Vas-a complete success according
to the Tequired standards of the or organization.
ganization. organization. ;
i Approximately 350 boys and lead leaders
ers leaders (housed in camps) from both
the Atlantic and Pacific Districts
narticioated In the interesting pro-
graft!' of outdoor, activities for the
three day period:
Hitch phase of the planned pro program
gram program was carried out with preci
siob as the officers- and rank -and
file units of the organization per
formed their assigned duties.
..Among the highlights of the
Camporee were naming the
camp ."Camp Hilton D. Perkins"
in honor of foundation member
of thi organization, in' recogni recognition
tion recognition of the services he hat ren rendered
dered rendered as vjee president and Pa Pacific
cific Pacific District Chairman for sev several
eral several years; flag raising ceremo ceremonies;
nies; ceremonies; Scoot craft and demonstfa-
traion and camp fire.
lius arew lavorauie commeiua.

: Resorts

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from the public for the novel way Clayton; and Bill Rieby Bim Max Max-it
it Max-it was started, well and, Donald7 Brown, of S h i p
. On Sunday morning the boy at- No. 13. v

tended divine services at their re
spective places of worship, and,
follwing the "Raising of the Co-j
lors.V there was a parade around
the principal streets of the town town-site.
site. town-site. I
Tnere were several visitors to
the camp including president! El-J
lis rawceti, vice-presidents Ed
ward Green and Cyril Atherley
several' members of the Local
M
Council and Mrs. Una Genore, ex
ecntive director of the Internation
al Girl Scouts.
The program ended on Sunday,
evening with a court of honor
when members of the various
. troops were presented with awards
for outstanding skill at Scoutcraft;
breaking camp and return home. I
The Camp was commanded by a
general staff who were responsible,
for the execution of the overall1
program as follows: Pearl ford,
camp chief; Everald Walker, exe"
cutive officer; Raymond George,
asst. exec, otficer; Hamilton La
vala, program director; ClevelarW
SmaU chief quartermaster; V c-r-!

. neei i.aing, cniet oi neaun ani
"iafety; Daniel Foster, spiritual
guidance: Eaward Ford, camporee
aenbe;, Robert Laing, asst. cam-

Danny Hartley Gets
Eagle Scout Mode'

Explorer Danny Hartley of Post ,arkg founding o"f cub icout icout-No.
No. icout-No. f. vurtmdu received his Ea- ing
gle Scout raedi, from Mai. J. B.'

" Arthjr ht the Explorer bridge if

w no ai we Ancon Mason, j
. Ha.U'r rday evening.

waiuy, i, is me en er Mr.
f end. Mrs'; Edward .. Hartley, of
. .- Cwrjratdu, and has be a mem-
berf Ireop No. 7 and Pest H.
; 7 since (aotembtr; 1955.

, C- Hario was away orr a lr Barfen PoweU a birthdate -w a a
U "i?;u' mt ? 'if ttM-TAj2lVSl, and the Bhie and
t-ward, twr.ijroiid Mr Hartley M4 cnt this year-alsa marks
represeuted the family a her.aonltbeaootJj anniversary at hit birtS.
- received the highest rank in the ? .

B3 a wiii ot Aiaenca.
Waji W. F. Voortmeyer repie-
denL of aifej Zone Council. BSA.
presided ove Uit ceremony at
which 37 awards and badges were
presenter! to explorers of many u
Wis la e race. Heath gave an ad I

4reaa of welcome and expressel CoUft Winter Park, FlorWa. eea-'
greetings to the scouting move-, tin ued bis project from 1S20-30. As
tQt. a result. Cub scout became ac-
RevOaear Olsen, pastor of Bal-jtive members of the B.S.A. move move-boa
boa move-boa Won Church gave the invoca-j merit in '93" and h-ve eontrmied

rn." n. of ciT,h- fjv,

i
- i
V 'ir I Cr-- -0 5 r

trior mn4 tint class awards to ider riir"cUon of Canal Zone Cova Cova-Xeirf
Xeirf Cova-Xeirf las Dwleo, Am Barley, Ja J cfl, BS A.

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Apartments
ATTENTION, a 1.1 Just kails
modem furnished apartment, t,
2 bedrooms, noti, cold water.,:
Phone Panama 3-4941. 1
FOR RENT: Four-bedroom fur fur-'
' fur-' nished apartment,, desirable resi-
dential neighborhood Bella Vista.
Large yard far children. Month Monthly
ly Monthly rental 225. Apply Wolff and
Company, Phone 3-6969, 31st
Street, Exposition. Y .- '.
FOR RENT:- Completely fur,
nished 2-bedroom apartment sit situated
uated situated at El Cangrejo: living-dining
room i bathroom, Independent
maid's room and bath.t; garage ;
and lovely lawn, near- Hotel El
Panama. For information phone f
3-6796 Panama.-"--:
FQ It R EN? rt-Large one-bedroom
furnished apartment Automobile
Row. Phone Balboa 2870 any
time or Panama 3-4382 after 6 :-'
o'clock. ., '.'-:'?. '.
FOR RENT: Cool, screened,
furnished apartment living-din-!
ing room, bedroom, bath, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, balcony, hot water. Phone 3 3-1701
1701 3-1701 Panama.
Vecchioni and Arthur Altiier, all
of Post No. 7 Curundu.
Apprentice explorer rank was
given by Capt H.: K.v, Johnstone,
representing' the Masters, Mates
and Pilots Assn. sponsoring ; Ship
No. 9, Cristobal,' to Richard Mor Mor-risJohn
risJohn Mor-risJohn Turner, and Ralph Per Perkins,
kins, Perkins, Post No. 3, Balboa; Donlad
T. Brown and Bill Rigby,. Ship No.
13, Cocoli; Asa Barley, Douglas
Fulop, Juan Vecchioni, Post No.
7: JOhn P. Manning, Michael G.
MeBride; Irl R. Sanders III, Fel Felix
ix Felix F. Karpinski. Daniel J. Stanley.
John D. Campbell, William E.
Weigle III, Albert J. Goguen and
John G. Peterson, all of ShiD No.
Capt. W. B. Tucker awarded or
dinary sea scout rank to William
P. russelman and Nathan R. Full
er, of Ship No. 9.
Merit badges were presented by
Lt. Co!. W. Martello to Frederick
Dube, Cesar Nieto, Frank Town Town-send,
send, Town-send, Tomas Alexander, Edward
uoian, and Wesley H. Townsend
of Post. No. 3; Frank Baggott, Ted
Bembenek, Edward Suarez and
f red Andrews of Post Nn 7 Vt
Col. Joseph R. Russ present present-ad
ad present-ad the Cruces Trail award. A
Crwces trail medal was given
for the first trip and clusters for
subsequent trips.
Maj. W. B. Voortmeyyer repre represented
sented represented U. S. Army Caribbean in
officially turning over a J Boat
given to the scout council by the
Army. 5 -..
., -s 1 "....:'
The boat will be used by explor-
rs of Post No. 7. The boat had
been declared excess and given to
the Scout movement as part of the
Army s continuing enort to sup support
port support the Boy Scouts of America.
Members of the bridge of honor
who were presented at the open-
ing 0f the ceremony were: Heath,
Crowe. R. C: Worsley. Rev. Olsen.
Johnstone, Tucker. Martello, Russ,
Maj. Arthur and Voortmeyerv i
'
At the close of the program
danee w held by the explorers
Ior their guests and iadies.
- ;
Blue And Golf
Banquet Thursday
Cu0 gcouU o( P,ck. x 17 BSA
at Fort Clavlon have scheduled
their annual "Blue and Gold Ban
quet" for next Thursday Feb. 21.
To be held at 7 p.m.. the event
been traced back to 1917-19 when
Lord Robert Baden-rowell orpaniz.
wnat were e,1ed ..WoM Cubt
in England. These were more or
less junior scouts, part of the over overall
all overall scout movement which be bad
founded.
Abjot 1230, the Rockefeller Foun Foundation
dation Foundation in the United States appoint appointed
ed appointed Dr. H. Hurt to conduct re research
search research to provide a program adapt adapted
ed adapted to the U S. way of life.
Hurt, now located at Wariina
thru, cec-uv Canal Zime ttn-

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INTERNAL. I)E PUBLICACIONES No. 3 Lottery Plata CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 45 LOURDES PHARMACY 182 La Carrasaullla FARMACIA LOM-BARDO-No.
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FARMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenue 1WUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fo. de
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the Bella Vista Theatre.
Automobiles
FOR SLE: '1956 Chevrolet :
"210"; Sports Model, white and
turquoise, automatic trantmis-,
sion,, radio, heater, turn signals,'
like new. Can be financed. Tele-,
phone Bal. 4241. House 0434 0434-A,
A, 0434-A, Ancon. i 1 vi
FOR SALE: 1956 Plymouth-6;
Savoy 4-door. 2-tone, push-but-.'
ton shift,, radio, other v extras,
7000 miles, $1795. 2524-A,
Cocoli. -.-'..' i
FOR SALE: Jaguar Mark Vis
sedan, fop condition. Phone Pan-'
ama 2-0610 and 3-4700. k
FOR, SALE: -195 M.G, Conv..,
excellent condition. Call Gulick
653.
FOR SALE: Model "A" Ford
truck, duty, paid; '25 or 60-cycle
refrigerator. 5440 Diablo. ? 't;
FOli SALE. J950 Chev. Con Convertible,
vertible, Convertible, xoed condition. Can be1
financed. CaH 2-2707,
FOR SALE: Two GMC dump
trucks, 10-yard capacity. Clayco7
Phone 3-0160.
m i ,. i
FOR SALE: 1948 Studebaker,
Tudor, duty paid, radio, S1 75.
Calf Mr. Villarosa, Tivoli Hotel.
LIFE INSURANCE
JIM RIDGE :
General Aeent
''Gibraltar 'Life Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 7-0552
Post offli-e drawer E, Diablo, Ca Canal
nal Canal .Zone.
TRANSP0RTES BAXTER. S. A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 2-2451 3-2562
' Leant Riding at -'
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding & Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
' er by appointment. ;.
FOR REFUCEES Tor the
Hungarian Children" is the
simple appeal on this new
Spanish stamp which has been
ceuea lo raise money for Hunf
i"n reiugec cruiaren
FEDERATED
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their offict at No. 7 Call M. M. Ycaza
. .. Campo Alegro;
tel. 3-7001 Panama Aptdo. 4311

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Miscellaneous
f
FOR SALE: Boxer, 3 years old,
registered. Son of champion.
Phono 3-6020.
FOR SALE; Brambach Baby
Grand Piano $195. Phone Al Al-"brook
"brook Al-"brook 4240.
' FOR SALE: Light plant, 3-Kw.
Onan, 60-cyc, 1 1 0-220-volt. 1
jnd. 3-phate, 2 or 3 -wire, ex ex-.
. ex-. cellent condition; ideaf for. con- -'
tractor, $400. House 1813-G,
. Old Cristobal, call 3-2838 aftef
5 P tn. ; '"S
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS.. STOCK. ITEMS FOR
SALE. .Sealed bids, for opening
in public, will.be received in the
i' o f f i c e .of. Superintendent of
' Storehouses, ,on .March 1, J 957
I at 2:30 p.m., for. the following ;
' ltems: Felt, Glass. Nails, Oil,
' Spikes', .Greasp, Bottles, Plastic ?
, coating,. Filler, Paints,- Steel bar,
Jacks,' Power Unit parts, Indus-
t trial Truck parts. Steal, Inner
tubes and Tires, Bags, 1 Rivets,
Befting. and V-Belti, Tractor &
i Mower parts, Road Roller- parts.
Wire "Rope. Cylinder and Mani Manifolds
folds Manifolds fqr Ingersoll Rand Com Compressors.
pressors. Compressors. . Invitation' No. S-57-
331 may be obtained from of office,
fice, office, ofSuperintendent of Store-
houses, .telephone 2-1086.
FOR SALE: Winchester shot shotgun
gun shotgun 12-gauga pump. Phone
1889, Cristobal. Building 6089,
Apt. J, Rainbow City.
General
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A.'l DIABLO
BOX l?i 1 CRISTOBAL,"CX
Lesson"
Ballet, Spanish dance, guitar, la ladies
dies ladies rhythmic exercise, children's
rhythmic band. Mrs. Donaldson,
Phone Gulick 689.
Piano and Violin lessons, $2.50.
Phone 3-1082, Panama.
PROMOTED President
Eisenhower has. 'appointed
Mansfield D. Sprague, of Bridge
port, Conn, an assistant aecre
tary of defense for manpower,
personnel and reserve. Sprague,'
46, is now general counsel of the
Defense Department.
PLANS INC.
Fund Center v
of

ia Ossa Ave. No. 41 o FOTO DOMY-Justo Arosemena Ave. and 33 St. FARMACIA
T Street o FARMACIA "8A8" VU Porrat 111 O JTOVEDADES ATHIS Beside

H t
Real Estate
. FOR SALE:-; Residential home,
concrete. First class ft- comfort comfortably
ably comfortably built. Modern conveniences
"Ample grounds, fenced. 26 me meters
ters meters front, 40 meters t, depth.
Owner leaving. For information"
call telephone 2-3012' during
office hours. .t
BUY GOOD' coffae land in Costa
Rica. Write Miguel Lim, Aparta Aparta-do
do Aparta-do ,1 38, Ala juela, Costa. Rica.)
FOR SALE:'' Injo'yiving at
Gorgona Beach. -Only, SO miles
from Balboa, fully furnished
house; electric light, gas : stove,
refrigerator. Phone Balboa 4474.,
FOR SALE: Seven-room house
Of mixed construction; first class
condition, running water, mod-,'
ern- sewerage system,, en 2619 :.
square meters of land,. several
fruit trees, delightful climate. In
Puerto Piion, a rapidly develop-
ing Atlantic tide city, with amas amas-ingly
ingly amas-ingly bright prospects for the fu-v
, ure. Call Phone -1 095 or 891,
Colon.:1
Motorcycles.
FOR SALE: Motorcycle Excel Excelsior
sior Excelsior 1954 Tailsmen Twin. Best
offer. Navy 25-3177.

Army Program Tp Raise Educational
Levels Outlined For New Personel

u - J P
In a recent 'orientation for
new personnel at FOrt' : Kobbe,
pnnup r. .Hougnton director at
educational rJeveiopment or mil
itary personnel, outlined the
Army: education center's pro
gram to raise the educational
level of -each individual, on v the
post. . :
. This la done, : he' staged, by
four means, group study, class
es, Including extension courses
from Florida State University :
USAJPI -courses : ; testing : i and
educational advisement. As a
result, of thls. nrogram. at Fort
Kobbe an average "of eighty per.
sons ; complete a twenty hour
course of ; instruction durine;
each' three month period. Ad-
proxlmately two hundred per
sons are continually engaged in
self.-teachlns' and correspond
ence work, and- over .twenty
complete courses m local qivu
ian; college programs fliumB;' a
three-month nerlod. t-''''.:
woitffhton cite statis".H e a1
showln-r that the lit etimf earn earnings
ings earnings of college graduates were
boubiedecker
EAST LONDON, South ; Africa,
Feb. 16 (UP ) An airliner of the
.'outh Africa". ways' struck the
bp of do icker' bustodayi
. it was core v in for a- landing

iere.-The. bus wai damaged andlthe services of nualifled. ranul

ne passenger was injured.; TSeitatlorr and ualysis of education-

airliner landed saieiy. .. I' j.

A Heart-Varming picture
on

Wednesday at the
v-

''. One of the year's outstanding; motion pk-teres Is brought
'i U the screen of the BELLA VISTA THEATRE on Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday with the showing f TEA AM SYMPATHY M-G-M'f
film versioa la CinemaScope and color of the great stage

The picture retains the stellar team of the original east,
Deborah Kerr and Join Kerr, with the screen version Wrlt Wrlt-.
. Wrlt-. tea ky the play's author, Robert Anderson. Ho baa dene a
'ntasterfoJ Job in transferring this eo m passtona te, dramatic.,
ally regent story of a aerentem-year old pre school boy
ranrht oa ra an mfatoatlon with the wife of hts beotemas beotemas-ter
ter beotemas-ter to th wider ranra affrr1rd by the rwnfflt
cameras TEA A.D SYMPATHY is a eentrorersial film tn tn-dnwr
dnwr tn-dnwr with a rare slramath trmrb. Dent ferret, ft plavs on
Wednesday at the BELLA VISTA. t

Home Articles

FOR SALE: 16 pcsV Japanese
. glassware, v solid- bubble base v
Balboa 2-2341. i
FOR SALE: Kitchen cabinet,
dining, table, chairs, 'child's bed,'
many ether household items. Call
C.Z. 4-483.
4
SERVICES
$2.50 for local Ty- service calls
UNTIL, March 15 to' acquaint
you with our service. SAME DAY
SERVICE if you call before. 7
; P.M. Our work is unconditional unconditionally
ly unconditionally guaranteed. Open 9 A.M. to
10 p.m. daily. Phone, 2-4616,
fU.S. Television imU service
c.o.d.).
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE 1 6-foot boat com complete
plete complete with 10hp. Johnaon eut eut-board,
board, eut-board, .life jackets, fittings and
trailer,. $395. 821X Croton St.,
Balboa.. t .' ;
FOR SALE; 6-cyl.' Cummins
diesel with marine transmission.
Best offer 'over $1000. Com Completely
pletely Completely overhauled'.' 'wrthv extra
parts. Call 83-4241.
FOR SALE: 11 -ft. cartop boat,'
51"- beam .-' and 5-hersepewer
Seabee. Albrook 86-3214.
on an. .average" Of $10Q,0uO! more
man unose with rjigrh school ed educations
ucations educations and $150,000 more than
those with grade school educa educations.
tions. educations. The Army has found, he
continued; that the capacity of
eawi mamauai 10 absorb com
piex tecnnicai information of
modern military operations is in
direct proportion to hV educa educational
tional educational background and that each
sucpessive level of Army train
ing- on : amy requires a higher
aegree oi unaerstanding-. A gen
eral education, by Increasing
the ability to understand.
wie potential oi each individual
oiaier for leadership responsl
blUtles and matur tudsrment.
In describing the functions of
tne eaucauonai nroarranl at Ft.
Kobbei Jloushton stated, ? that
approximately two hundred and
fifty tests are administered each
three-month period- for: certifi certificates
cates certificates 'of eouivalehcv ftnft nf
these, seventr five, per cent are
successful at hl?h school level
as compared to ninety net cent
at elffhth ferade, level. The otio
or achievement at the one year
college level ls: twenty rlv ner
cent- 'r - :'-;r-
Antltude tests predicthn the
ability of the Individual to An
sncnessfuf work, on the .' next
highest educe tinnnJ level are a-
ilable at Fort Kobbe's Armv
F-ducatlonal f center- alrnit: with
'a.i problems.
Bella Vista
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WANTED; Maid, fuH time,
: must be good cook. Reference.
required. Call Ft. Davis 563.

Episcopial Woman's Auxiliary

In Annual Meeting Thursday

The..' Woman's Auxiliary of rthe
Panama Canal Zone missionary
district of the EDisconal Church
will hold their 19th annual meeting
on Thursday, and the morning of
Friday, at the Cathedral of St.,
Luke, in Bishop Morris Hall.
V Delegates from Colombia, west western
ern western Panama and the Canal Zone
will arrive during the week to be
present j at the meeting. In addi addition
tion addition to the delegates, the meet meeting
ing meeting will be attended by the clergy,
members of the board and visit
ors.
Of special interest on the pro program,
gram, program, will be a Welcome by Bishop
R. Heber Good en; an address by
the Rev. James Peter Farmer.
rector of Christ Church by-the-Sea
L-oion; me election of new officers,
and panel discussions presented by
Mrs. Carol Webster, Mrs. Eliz Elizabeth
abeth Elizabeth Robinson, Mrs. Mary Jane
Weade and Mrs. ''Betty Renew, I
wim miss Vivian witter acting as
moderator.
Mrs. Mainert J. Peterson; dis district
trict district president of the auxiliary
has announced the ''schedule
events will be as follows:
rnursday:
8.30: Registration of board'

Surgeon-Philospher-Monk-Poseur
Takes Turn At Teaching School

NORTH HAVEN, Maine, Feb
16 (UP), Master lmposter Fer
dinand waido Demarai Jr. 36,
iouay was exposea again, mas
querading as a high school Latin
and English teacher on this resort
lsiana. - r. r
I Fjngerprintg tmsK beer 'can.
oisciosea rus true ldentuv. 'State
police arrested Demara who, brief!
iy, nas naa oriuiant careers as a
surgeon,' philosopher, theologian
ana monx. ne was seized aS' he
drove up to the school in hhs car.
Demara was accused of using the
name and credentials of Martin
D. Godgart of Brooklyn, N.Y.. to
obtain his' teaching certificate. He
was charged with cheating bv
false pretenses.'; iVJf:,
Trooper Det. Millard "E Nick-j
erson said Demara readily ad
mitted his true identity when they
arested. him. nrr- ,, ,i i i.j
Nickerson said a susDicious is
lander,' whose identity he did not
reveal, had asked for an investi investigation
gation investigation which began three weeks
ago. He said that the islander
brought over a beer can and a
glass bearing the teacher's finger-
wis, enabling them to identify
the huskv Harvard-accented
teacher as an imposter.
i Islanders also identified 'photo 'photographs
graphs 'photographs of Demara who also
taught a Sunday school class in
the Baptist church and who had
organized a Boy Scout troop. He
came here last fall. ,. ,- .v-
.- "-.'-h'-'V -X t v i j
"We tried to 'makethe arrest
as quietly as possible," Nickerson
said. "The people on the island
are crazy about him."
This Penobscot Bay island .'Is
the summer residence of John D.
Rockefeller 3rd,; Senator Leverett
Saltonsta ll(R-Mass) and dozens
of other prominent Americans.
Caretaker Galon D. Brown of
the Rockefeller estate said "my
two boys were taught by him
(Demara) and they liked him real
well." -. 1
Clarence Stone, whose daughter,
Marjory, was a pupil in Demara
English class, said "far's I know
he's all right." v
Stone said Demara had been
rooming with a widow, Mrs. Hope
Ames. He said there had been no
criticism of the teacher's behavi behavior.
or. behavior. : ;-
State police said, however, De Demara
mara Demara had "talked big" arousing
the suspicions of one oi the
islanders, .rho remembered pa
magazine article detailing the tin tin-poster's
poster's tin-poster's exploits as a Royal Navy
surgeon performing delicate op-j
erations on wounded merr In the
Korean war.'
- At that f!m ti nnA It T)r.
Joseph C. Cyr aboard the Canodi-

-o44.00 UOWiN lAYMLSi
for one bedroom Chalets, dlnlnr ana
living room, bathroom, porch, washtnk
and 3N meters of land at 161b Street
Rio Aba. Only S?SM monthly ay.
ateat; total price 84444 aa.

v."s.x n nuius mMM a k y

CASA PROPIA,

Street East No.
1'

WANTED: Competent pastry1
maker, male, with.: references.
Good salary. Apply personally re"
Cocd)l Clubhouse. ,. V'v

HERE TO STAY
AKRON,' O. CNEA) The "Na "Na-tional
tional "Na-tional Industrial Basketball Leagu
now is in its 10th season.
memlwirs, delegates and visitors
8.30 9.30; "Holy Communion, fol followed
lowed followed by presentation 'of United
Thank Offering by delegates 1
- 9.30 10.30: Coffee, hour i
10.30 12: Welcome by Bishop
Gooden; address by the Rev.
James P. Farmer; and. report bf
president t
1.30 2.30: Minutes of last ani
nual meeting; presentation oi
slate, by nominating committee;
report of the treasurer; adoption
a, 'i siiiii trrri. Hiiiiiii.iiiny nr. rnnci i
uon and by-laws;, presentation of
study program; and balloting dur
ing the meeting
2.30 3.15: Panel Discussion o$
MWhat is the Woman's (Amxilia
ry?"f "Why do we carry on out
work?" 'Who wiU it reach?
and "Where is it leading us"
3.15 3.30: Closing business
3.30 4.; installation of officer!
in the Cathedral and closing pray
era and blessing if Bishop Goodef
Friday;
8.30 10. v. Holy Communion, foli
of, lowed by breakfast hour
10.00 12: Closing business' anl 1
preparation of next year's busied
ness by. working groups.
an destroyer Cayuga and ? evei
.extracted a tooth for tha captain,
-Education department record!
at Augusta where Demara wai
taken -after his arrest disclose J
mat as uodgart ,he had a bache J
lor of -science degree from Wa
ner College, ..Staten Island,' N:.y,
and -a master of arts degreefronl
City College of NeWTorkVsi
.'; '-ij.,'..-.: y$?.K-'i
( When, brought i to tiktaitr po1tc4
headquarters aiAugustaaftei! bo
ing removed from-vthe island In l
Coast Guard boatDemara r
fused to answer-any question pui
to him by newsmen, ,;:
State police : SaTdC ttewbalaof
disclose how A he had obtainei
.-Gedgartr.- t;redentiaisfi';-f : '-W' ;;;
j;W:';.;;. 7;$ .'J S --
H Dem araV'who ; weighs r ahiut' 2
pounds and, stands,- six feet jdtalj
Was placed in a Kennebec Counts,
la&Vcell for the .rrisht M 'ni
scheduled to be arraianed in TAu
gusta Mupiclpai Court tomorroa
Biornlng,
In Stock:'
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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17. 1957

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THE SUNDAY AMERICAN

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ippTMRS-TKLD- O. WEA) The

critical shortage of school teach-(

r that is nlaeuina educators, gov

ernment jmhT pupils would be eas

ed considerably it inere were a
few thousand 'more women like
Mrs. John W. De-Long, Spring Springfield
field Springfield housewife and mother of three

children. ',.'
Mrs.-ifeLong yearned to teach.
She knew it would mean intensive
study and training, but figured she

could cram the work into her al
rrfv "full" dailv schedule.

. So when Wittenberg College here
started ;a cadet teaching prepara

tion nrocram in. February. 1955.

she was right there to sign up- for

the courses.: now,.', just iwo years

later, shels ready to begin teacn teacn-ingin
ingin teacn-ingin elementary gfades.
Whan Mrs.' DeLong first signed

up for Jthe program, she, planned
tfo- take evening classes for seven
semesters and to do her student

teaching the eighth semester, thus
earning her cadet teaching certifi certificate.
cate. certificate.
, However, Mrs; DeLong is a de determined
termined determined woman and because she
is so determined, she is going to

reach ner goal .much sooner an
planned. -When she completes her
: student teaching tequirement ?4n
v June, she will need just six hours
of summer school courses to com-
Elete the 64 hours required to earn
er teaching. eertificate?She speed speeded
ed speeded things jud by taking' the maxi

mum number "of evening class"

hours permitted' and a full load
during two Wittenberg summer ses sessions.
sions. sessions.

The cadet system, a plan to en enable
able enable persons without college de decrees
crees decrees to teach, is a condensed col-

I tieeree in education.

After the first two years, the
teaching student begins teaching

full time with a temporary certifi

cate.: Courses are generally taken

over the next two summers, after

which the final certificate is a

warded. The temporary certificate

is rescinded after the four- years

are up. The student must complete

the course if he wants to continue

teaching. s
Mrs. DeLong Will be a certified

teacher In August, 19 years after

her nigh school graduation. She is

the first: evening session student

to receive, a cadet teaching certifi certifi-cate.,:'pSv
cate.,:'pSv certifi-cate.,:'pSv 4l.
She meant to' start teaching

when two year-old Jimmy,, her

youngest son, entered kindergar kindergarten.
ten. kindergarten. But,: ahead of schedule, she
now hopes to become a substitute
teacher next fall and a full-time
teacher when Jimmy g o e j to

grade school.

I ve- always loved kids," Mrs.

DeLong explains, "and in going in

to teaching,-I'll be in a field, that
will heiv keen me young."

? And Dr. WendeU iC.': Wystrom

dean of Wittenberg, says: "In 0 0-hio
hio 0-hio alone, more than 7,000 new

teachers will be needed every year

for the next 15 years. At present.

only 5,000 persons are being pre

pared annually to mi these post
tions.' '"' 'l,u
A couDle of thousand like Mrs

De Lonf; would help very nicely v.

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Wool, in wonderfully Hjht Weights, foes on Into spring for day daytime.
time. daytime. It's shown here in thre designs, each offering com completely
pletely completely different and fresh silhouette. Gossamer-weight wool
costume by FaVline Trigere (left) & Jn sand beige, has small
shaped and curved jacket It's cot ta emphaslae a, striped, co

ordinated blouse. Sheer chiffon worsted sheath dress is worn
(center) with muted cheek cape-jacket in another costume from
this designer. Cape-jacket Is lined In taffeta. Light weight tweed
suit from Monte-Sano and Pruxan (right) has btoused jacket
that ties at waist. The color is turquoise.

rsuf; yeatcs With C
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woman buys a fashion in : wool

these days, she may have any cf

the four seasons, in mina. ne can
expect her costumes and dresses
for spring to see wear in other sea seasons
sons seasons as well, perhaps without ever
retiring into garment bags,

.for, increasingly, wool is used

far fashion the year around. It is
also jUsed in .weights far lighter
than those worn even a few sea seasons
sons seasons back.
There are good reasons for this.
Most women have an appreciation
for fashions in wool,-just as they
have for the other good things of
life.-

They find that wool lasts, that
it looks good in the wearing, that
it travels well, that it returns
from a trip to the dry cleaner
springy and full of zip. Just as a
wool sweater is a comfort on a
chilly day, so Is a' lightweight wool
suit or coat a joy to wear in the

changing temperatures of Spring.

Knowins this. New York's top

designers use wool in every con4

Ceivable way- and -in eommnauon

witfc nearly every fabric. Pet.com

bination this spring is wool with
silk, chiffon practical and pret-

tyi too. . ; j

Coxcercide Upt

MOUTH-WATERING Veal chops are filled with real and ham,
erred with broiled mushroom cro-wiw a real gourmet dish.

- BV CAYNOR MADDQX
NEA Pood and Markets Editor

DRESSED up veal chops piake

a big h't at special parues. ueu ueu-full
full ueu-full nf tat surprises, a

gourmet dish, they are fairly quick
to prepare. Boiled ham- and good
Swiss cheese combine With the
tender real to produce one variety

of this fancy fare.
--''.Veal Chops Neapolitan
(Makes 4 servings)
-1 t .. -;
Four veal chops 1 inch thick (2
. pounds). 2 auces bpiled ham, 2
slices Swiss cheese 1-8 inch thick,
2 teaspoon! .-kitchen bouquet, z
tablespoons fat,-1-2 teaspoon aalt,
14 teaspoon marjoram,. 1-S tea-

aprnm pepper. - -
Have butcher cut a pocket jn
.each chop. Cut ham and cheese in

U for larce enoueh to fit into

"urVover dishes and orna

mr. 'eedafbe polished a often

tf jmu jvv uem a gooa suasy
w jjrt once a week, rinse them
wrrh very hot water and dry them

a flannel cloth.

pocket of chop) and'CH each chop
with a slice of each. Brush chops

with kitchen bouquet

Melt fat over moderate heat in
large frying pan. Cook chops until

brown on each side.

Transfer meat to a 12 x 8 baking

dish. Add seasoning and bake, un

covered, in a moderate oven (350

degrees T.) for 45 minutes.

Serve with broiled mushroom

crowns, it desired.

Cauliflower is good how. Enjoy

the tweet, nutlike flavor it has

When eaten raw.
' Raw Cauliflower Salad

(Makes 44 servings)

Three-quarters cup ground nut

meats. J-3 cup ground raw car

rots, 3-4 cap ground raw cauliflow
er, 3-4" cup ground raw celery, 2
teaspoons lemon .Juice,' 12 cup

mayonnaise, sau ana pepper.- to
taste, lettuce cups.
Mix together ground nut meats.

carrots, cauliflower and celery.
Add lemon juice. Combine with

mayonnaise, salt and pepper..
Pack tightly into S or 8. indivi individual
dual individual mckis. Chill throughly.
Turn out in lettuce cuds and cira

ish with rioe olives, if desired. :

TOMORROW'S DINNER; Veal

chops .eapoatan, scalloped pota

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Fresh springtime eharM of white ana rose give, an j
' to this small bedroom, White curtains and matching bedspread i
of dacron are washable. Wallpaper la white and Is patterned, j
with tiny red roses.

ALMOST' ts stimulating as a
spring tonic are plans. to freshen

up a dreary bedroom.
A few changers can perform wow

ders. Because a bedroom: is apt to
be small and furnishings take up

most of the space, windows and
walls need first attention.

Light shades of color for Walls
tend to make a room appear larg larger,
er, larger, but that doesn't mean you have

to settle for a pallid pastel or a

washed-out neutral.

Many of the new wallpapers

have light or white backgrounds.

Their lightly handled patterns are
widely spaced to add an air of o-

penness to small quarters.

Delicate crimson roses, tor- ex

ample, scattered over a bone-white

background, or tiny blue flowers
interspersed with avocado-green
foliage on a pale aqua ground are
a far cry from atifling, old-fashion-

ea nouquets marcning monotonous

ly up the wail.

Light toned paints can have
warmth and life. Beige can be
perked up with a pink cast, pale
blue can be deepened to Wedge-

wood, yellow can have the rich-

wess di cream. v
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Faclj

One of' the beadty problems1 that 'iugties Most Women' is that
of the spreading hips. Piet wont Uke care of itntlrely. Mothing

wmi iKiP g miH aowai ue tatty tissue with hip- reducinr
exercises. We show here exercise designed for th. pwMt
HrfiKe"sw!L,U,r "ppr ktt) lb t siUoT:
der height. Sbeoends her knees and places feet on floor close
fVh'P; Next, she drops both knees to floor at one side (lower
left), thea comes back to flrtt position a.d drops bU kes

to other side. She does this for a coat ef twenty. Next, she
sits floor (upper right); with Jen straight oat In froat. She
rolta over on one hip and catches weight with hand oa that side.
Then she rolls over to the other hip, repeating process. Do
this over aad back twenty times, keeping both heels on floor.
TSow, she Mil on floor (lower right) with lers strairht in front

and arms bent She "walks" on hips forward and backward. I
reaching forward with whole leg each time. . ,-

By ALICIA HART

Take an honest look at your liips

and thighs. If they're too well-padded
from sitting at home viewing
TV after a hard eight hours of sit sitting
ting sitting at the office, youll be -an un

happy gal in we easier ranae.
But there's still tlmejto do some

thing about it. And if pride in ap ap-nearance
nearance ap-nearance : Is a i strong point with,

you, you will ; ' ,'

Although .'-'dieting will reduce

mir nver-all weieht. it take exer

cises to get rid of the bulges that

seem to appear exactly wnere you
want them least And most people

JTuiger paint that -washed off is
no mi the market. Since young

painters usually prefer the -walls! toes, artichokes with lemon but-

to paper, ask for this new pamtjter, French bread, raw cailiflow cailiflow-next
next cailiflow-next pm yon' shop. It conies -iner salarf, open-face applesauce pie
ti r arl 1 1 nri . sntn Vi in niA. i arifli m.-kf nrvawl t- m m

"w"-", av :jimi -"-., aotwoN- i w ' r v ,- si in, vucev VyA-

more fun than rigid dieting.

For reducing the hips and thighs

here are tome exercises used in
famed Elizabeth -Arden Salon:

To sum down the bips, sit on the

floor with your legs straight in
front ami your arms bent Elbows

should be out to your sides, and
hands close to the chest Walk on
your hips by picking up one hip
and reaching forward .with the
whole leg, then repealing with the
other hib and" leg. .

Here's another' that ''reduce

thighs, as well, as the hips; Lieshoulders. Bend the knees and

on the- floor- with' arms outplace the feet on the floor close

straight at snoulder, Height. Bend to the hips. -s-

the elbows, placing fingertips on Drop both knees to the Door, to

..?

Baby will outgrow

shoes- rapidly, so it's

to, form the. habit of

toes of his shoes every few weeks

to form the habit of feeling
of toe room, if he -hasn't it's, time

omeinaiuna

his firs titry to zo about your business ca-

X good idea sually, as if the whole thing were

reeling toe not important But don t let him

would agree that exercising is lotjfor a new pair of shoes. Be sure

feel he can be rude and ge away
with it Dont be afraid to let him
know that you have your rights in

the same sense that be has bisv

you make the test while Baby is

standing.
The latest shelf papers ean be
wiped clean with a damp, soapy
cloth. And they come in cutter cutter-edged
edged cutter-edged rolls just like wax paper.
Baby is bound to have a temper
tantrum now and then, simply be

cause fie's acquiring his own sense with his affection for the new ba ba-of
of ba-of beicg aperson. He may also by sister or brother. So dont ne-j
feel frustrated in his Own small gleet to reassure Baby that 70a

wana. wcen .BaDy has a umrunv sun lave mm.

- Never wash your wooden aalad
bowl. Pour out any remaining oil
and vinegar, wipe it clean and dry
with paper towels and put jt a
way.
It's always safe to assume that

Baby feels tome jealousy along,

the right side. Bring them back to

starting position, then drop both

knees to the left Try this one 20

times. ; .- - :

For the upper thighs, the. salon

recommends that you sit on. the

floor wth your back straight and

legs straight out in front Roll over
on to the right hip and catch your

weight on your right hand. Then
roll over to the left hip and catch
your weight in yoor left hand. This,
too, should be done 20 times eve every
ry every day. y :-
Any one or all of these exercises
can help you trim down. It's lot

help you trim down. It's a lot ea

sier to let that extra weight creep
up than it is to get rid of it And

it wont disappear unless you ap

ply yourself diligently to the task
of whipping it off. j

There's not enough time before

spring U make a few haphazard
starts before settling down to a

hard-wjrking routine in this re

spect. If you have bulges to re

move, ret at it now.
Your mirror will reward you
amply for your effort.

Of course, one of the outstand outstanding
ing outstanding virtues of wool jersey in suit
form or any other form Is is
wrinkleproofness. The ease with
which it- withstands the rigors cf

pacxing ana Deing worn for long
stretches makes it an ideal travel traveler,
er, traveler, r,. -
Basket weave wool, favored for
robes and peignoirs, should be &
loose weave but not so loose that
you can see daylight throught it.
It looks fragile but actually, is
fairly sturdy.
If you're planning to wear a cer certain
tain certain dress in your wardrobe to a
dinner or party, try it on well in

.uv.in.-e, grange tnings seem to
happen to clotheg as they hang in
closets and you may find your-

vu mo evening 01 the affair
ih dre" th't fits only nere nd'

If you check the paint store'Si.(X

ferings, 'almost any shade cant"e

iouna. , t ,J,'
Easy-to-hang murals 0a canvas,
with open, airy scenes,' can be us used
ed used in Bedrooms where wall space
permits.
To replace the third curtains,
take a day of shopping to look
over both the yard goods and the
ready-made curtains. Once freed
from my own bedside stint, I spent
a profitable day among the new
curtains.
Especially eye-catching, I think,
are the inexpensive and washable
embossed dacron tiers with
matchin bedspreads; the faithful
copies of imported, tambour cur cur-taiitg
taiitg cur-taiitg in nylon; filmy white embrol'
dered organdies and sheer lae
panels lovely in white and the pa-"7.
tels.. t j
.1 A
A tihy glint of metallic gold 006."
silver highlights other crisp, ruf-
fled, tje back white curtains and
the loose, open weaves of net.
. For a bright accent color for a"
bedroom, don't overlook the high
style rugs in rayon or cotton. Turv'l
quc-ise,- red;- ceruIettbluew.spari-V
b In smaU rugsvThese areot'
'pensiveV:C.,.V 'T,,
Some of the new off-white xW(
are particularly suited to the beaV
room. I'll admit I would think
twice before introducing a white
rug into mv home. hut. th ..j

for them. has been

to encourage several companies Jo.
offer thpm in isi-in... iflJ1

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Even though you're careful !,a
bout using a hand lotion at night night-your
your night-your skin may still be Iry. That',.,
because the moisture is gone from--the
skin. r.
To replace thu moisture, your
hands need more frequent cream-
ing. During the day you should uso
a cream of lotion, working itoin
well after each hand-washing ;or ;
dish-washing session. -ui

THE ELVIS TWISr-Dane-

ing teacher Pat Cage, of Hop Hop-kinsville,
kinsville, Hop-kinsville, Ky, oemoostrates an

Eltia -stylo wiggle that Is part of
a new dance style for modern

jaxz music She was one of 90
teachers learning the new tech-
nkjue at the Chicago National
Association of Dancing Masters
convention la- Mwwph'J""-

bir : S "J
III -: I i..te
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If yojre .a homemaker this it
managed easily enough by a bottle

Of lotioi kept on the shelf above
or near the kitchen-sink. 1.

But when you go shopping. It'
a different story. You wash ybOT

hands oefore and after, lunch, beit beit-way
way beit-way to manage haftd tubrlcattott
when you're out of the house is'Xtf

carry a plastic tube of band cream
in your purse and use it often.

The Business girt ean make IT"

part of the equipment she stows jn
her purse.. Thus, it can go with
her easily oa each trip' to the
washroom.'

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i THE STORY: Rancher Bentain was the one
who could have cleared Jim when he was unjustly
accused of cattle theft three years ago. But Bentain
refused to testify. Tow pardoned, Jim goes to the
ranch and meets Quail, his daughter. He tells her
they are no longer engaged.

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JIM FINAL swung away from
hnr his harp.fnoted stride taking

him over to the bunkhouse. He eastern flank, maybe 20,000 acres,"
went inside, banging the door shut, he said caustically.- "Five thou thou-He
He thou-He pulled off the torn shirt and sand a year! Where did your fig-

the improvised breechclout ana
got into the clothes he had tossed
on a bunk. He found a hat ana
put it on and got into the boots.
These were some of the things he
had left here the only ones he
had any use for.
Except his rifle. She hadn t
fetched that.
When he' came out Bentain was
beside her. The man looked twice
his age and the band he tentative tentatively
ly tentatively pushed out trembled visibly.
"Mighty good to have you back,
my boy.. The false heartiness
ran out and Final gave him no
hclo. He didn't glance at the hand.
K "in sairt nervously, ft 11 :
not like you're thinkin' ...
"What do you know about a jail
bird's thoughts?"

When the man s rneumy eyes fstem 0f scissoring out "obiec "obiec-slid
slid "obiec-slid Sickly away Final Is s t a r e f ontbje jtems and began using
swiveled around to find the cook stead & coiumnWide ink roner.
on a horse. "How long will it take : The new gystem was inaugur inaugur-tp
tp inaugur-tp get that bunch back here? t eA with today's air mail edition
The cook eyed Bentain. 0f The Miami Herald which was
the rancher drew a rig g e a ace( on sae in ocal newsst8nds
breath, the wet eyes peering dis- j, a thick bIack stripe inkinf,
mally out of his ruined face. It t top half of tne third
you'd lay off the rotgut, mai 0iumn page two, a news item
," and auit, inwardly wincina,referrjng tQ Cuban political
when he saw QuaiKs eyes. Ben- r,.oblemSi
tain put both hands behind him as ( At the same n revoiuti0nary
though to hide their uncontrollable ,,rrorists reacted with more
ague. "Thmgs've changed.... He himbs to the government's action

cleared his tnroat.
much of a can crop, we ve i.u w
let most of this place get away-
"( uasn'r thir -m0. about that.
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The rancher flushed. His eyes
iimed around and then cam ei

. "We've1.". uuusw tiros -Mwiwieu

Dae w rumi
only got four men on the piace.
Counting Tom here. Two sorry
punchers."
"Mavbe you better hole up in
town. I ve been w ma dijiv'K"
Final stopped
Thorn's Tlt. .
speaking, staring, as a girl came
Quail fol-
imu ui
owea nis z
10U anvthine
d,l"-LrtMnKn'
nui Rc xu!
".""""'w invthlnB
iW. thi, H 'wca led 1 Bentain'I
. j :
e't as a Raupiy ss
,. in rnild-uD levis. a mane
of rust-colored hair and more free- j I

kles. to me inca J"",""
i:roffsta?.cracker-Hedra8led Shakeun As

The only imng sno i
a parasol. The freckles were gone, i
He skin was like ivory, ner nair
was red gold. Unruffled, unsmil-
in Si e"'" r
nim oacn iouiv i
loo. Yet Jier regara was wm.
boldness, revealing no more than
a girl's natural wonder which she
withdrew now, coloring prettily,
asVBentain said "Jim, my dear,
used to work on this ranch.
JIM was considering the man ir ir-mhen
mhen ir-mhen the rancher asked,
" 'it n'?s that you
were saying
bo'it Mad Springs
i
warl
1
would
the
y rney re puum
paint.'
can't believe Taunee
jeopardize .
5"You don't have to gamble with
im livps OI inese Kuia. mc
mar, in vou tnan wnai
hseppened to a ramrod that got
charged with stealing cattle.
Bentain made an effort to pull
hifnself together. "I haven t been
well," he said, nevously. taring
past Final at the dust of the de departing
parting departing cook. "Rumors. I serious seriously
ly seriously doubt if these Apaches are go going
ing going to do any more than beat a
few drums. Taunee's whole rec-
"""You won't be dealing with Tau Tau-pee,"
pee," Tau-pee," Final said. "Chuleh's t h e
one you're going to be stuck with.
And Strunk."
"Strunk ain't running me out!
"What about that grass lease?
Final said dryly.
The rancher glared. "I suppose
ou think I've been tradin em
W -:tkv I'll s-'" v"'
Jim' followed him into the house
then caught hold of him. "Get
The ancher shook off Jim'
hand, drawing himself up in a plU plU-.ful
.ful plU-.ful travesty of his former grand
' ..n.r "I'll thank vou. sir. to let
mv affairs
v.v Aninr real fine. Got
lira a f.
v.. one spoken for?
', Jim didn"t bother to hide his con-
i.nni how many P"
reckon she'H fetch?"
THE rancher went livid. He ex

ploded in tremDiin o u T
J-There are Umrts to what I U
,'ake off yoa! Bein engaged to
Ouail don't
.-u'.v. nn aid man. That was

."all broke off before I took that
vou it Strunk hand onto

i j
n" .: faard -back
at
thougli Jim had nick him.
i-i. off . The man og
-over and done with." Flat I
J harhlv. "If there's ome
hing ywTe got U show me, get
H it: take J how girls a ad,
uei c wu
Beotam wasat listening.
M.r u the f aft and
He'd
spun
dial end got it open, grum-
bU"g anrier bn breath, ow e
twirted aronnd ami timut a piper

Final skimmed through the
phraseology impatiently. "All
right. You've got a lease to Horse

Mesa and everything west of its
ure to get that Kina oi money
"I'll get it."
(TO BE CONTINUED
NEXT WEEK) .,
Cuba Imposes Ileus
Blackout Oii Items;
Published Abroad
HAVANA. Feb. 16 (UP) A
writable blackout on Cuban news
as published abroad was imposed
,jday
Censors abandoned the original
j, putting a price on their heads
Two explosions in the Havana
f rea last ni ht Jnjured tw0
., ri ".ak;i
""lt,l live auiviiiuuues wcic
. ... . flvin anA
n mnnv hnnsp i wpro tell aft prnH
hyi a blast in suburban EI vedado.
A second bomb exploded in the
I nearby village of i Guanabacoa
vnder a highway bridge neai the
Civil Hospital., The blast ruptured
aer mains and caused consider-
'rne explosions were the 13th
i. ,nd 14th m the Havana area
'one since
Of
President Fuleencio Batista sua-
Tended constitutional guarantees
snri imnnspd ppnsnrr.hin nn .Inn
""d imposed censorship
on
to combat political terrorism.
US Officials View
New Sign Of Unrest
WASHINGTON, Feb. 16 ( UP)
U.S officials today viewed the
top-le-vel shift in the Soviet For
eign Ministry as the beginning
of a new attack on unrest inside
the Soviet Union.
Experts studying the surprise
shift of Andrei A. Gromyko for
Dmitri Shepilov as Soviet For For-eien
eien For-eien Minister doubted that it
j meant the start of a tough new
foreign policy,
They said the bulk of avail-
able evidence indicates that
shepiloV has been shifted from
lne f oreign Ministry to tane on
the Job of bucking up sagging
niitirsi iui tuc iUiuuiuuinb rtxi
ty and its ideology on the home home-front
front home-front Western officials for many
months have been hearing sig significant
nificant significant reports of unrest, dis dissatisfaction
satisfaction dissatisfaction and disillusionment
inside the Soviet Union. They
have chiefly Involved question?
lng of Soviet policies by workers
and students. Most of the re.
ports followed the fall uprising
In Hungary. .-
BALHOA TIDES
MONDAY, FEBRUARY IS
HIGH LOW
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p.m.
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WEST BANK SCOUTS AND BROWNIES and some of them getting off Army buses which brought them
Stokes. Gloria Cassidy. Haron Holmes, Lauri Mangels. Mrs. W. H. Griffin a troop leader, Sherry Ives,
Margaret Powers. Jeanne Sant, Adrtenne Clark. Mrs. John L. Blackwell with some of her Brownie Troop
Eder, another leaders Mrs. E. Smith, Anna Massey girls present by not In picture were Karen Seabury,
Wood. Pamela NeaL- Jo Ana Griffin. Sandra Lee Eller, Coleen Downey, Angelina Nairn. Lori Roby, Patty

Augustine. Yvonne Lindgren. Riaa Neal Janl Gilly. Carolyn Nartn and Patricia Lawrence. Other leaders present, but not in photo wre MraHerDert
Eder, neighborhood chairmajv Mrs. fitephen.F. Denelan, Jeader of troop 51. Mrsv Edward J. Augustine, -and Mra. JaytwliCOX and Mra.1. L

7500 fo Participate
In 6Scene Review

At Fort

Story by, ETHEL C.
Pictures by VASKEN

On the evening of Feb. 21 the Girl Scouts of the Ca
nai Zone, International Cir Scouts, and the Muchachas
Cuias of the Republic of Panama will be uniting to present
a pageant "Girl Scouts in Review" in Konor of the Cen-.
tenary birthday f the man "whose ideas on women's
education is helping to ahape the .lives of some 1500 Girl
Scouts on the Isthmus. i
The man was Robert Stephenson Smyth Baden Baden-Powell
Powell Baden-Powell who started the idea of Scouting' games for boys
while he was still and officer in the British Army. v -i
Because Baden-Powell was one of the first supporters
of Scouting for girls, the Girh Scouts this week are joining
in Baden-Powell Centenary" Celebration being observed
by Scouts and Guides all oyer the world.

Baden-Powell's idea for a
seoutinq game started with 0
book. Aids for Scouting' which
he wrote in 1899. The idea
caught on so fast, he had to
retire from the army to devote
full time to his new youth
movement.
One of the first Scout rallies
in London had so many girls In
makeshift Boy Scout uniforms
that Baden-Powell, to the aston astonishment
ishment astonishment of many, decided to
launch a similar organization
for girls. He promptly started
writing a Scout handbook for
girls. '
fAT(w7 shall be told that I
am trying to make girls into
tomboys," he declared. ?Not a
bit of it quite the' opposite.
But girls', don't want to be
dolls, and men do not desire to
have dolls as their wivesthey
want comrades.""
In 1918, a few years before
women were to vote in the Unit United
ed United States, he noted that "it is all
very well for girls to learn the
three R's and the' amount of
knowledge given in schools but
this merely supplies the ground groundwork.
work. groundwork. she is to be equally
effl

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NARRATORS ON STAGE are Judy Butler of District I. Atlantic
Side Canal Zone Girl Scouts: .Joyce Jorden and Elenora Mc Mc-Farlane,
Farlane, Mc-Farlane, both from the-International Girl Scouts; and Shirley
,Kris of the Muchacha Gulaa of Panama; Each girl 'is by
lingual and Is narrating, her part both in English and Spanish;-

Clayton

WINSKY
HEK1MIAN
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LORD ROBERT BADEN BADEN-POWELL
POWELL BADEN-POWELL cient with her brothers for work
in the world, a girl must be giv given
en given equal chances with him,,
equal chances for picking up
character and skill, discipline
and bodily health, and equal
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A GROUP OF FOtK DANCERS from Panama linkup for "Tamborito" outside the "old Fort diayton Theatre prior to VtCvfaJ 1
frnm rehearsal. AWas nnrvurino in nni pi-o an-- Taiui nn wm. u.ltu.'-hiL :Ti r" .1B; rllVi w .ieajFUiBj-5. -i

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gela Maria .Monger Quiomara
chances tor using: these t when
she, has got them."
Baden-Powell had eleven bro
thers.' no sisters. He went
through schools mainly on scho-
larsrups, ana entered uie janusn
army as sub-lieutenant- In 1876.
His life for the next 30 years
was a series of high adventures,
missions and escapades in Afri
ca and India. He was knighted
by King Edward ; VII "and was
named Lord Baden-Powell of
Gilwell by King George V in
1929.
His interest'- in Scouting)
which he always, considered a
game, dates back to his school
days. He spent many hours in
the "copse", O' wooded area
near the school, and used
scouting skills to avoid school"
masters looking for, boys who
were out of bounds.
While still in his teens, he and
his brothers bought a ten-ton
boat. For- a whole summer, they
! cruised along the coast of Ene
land and Scotland looking for
ships to salvage :
Observant t witty', outspoken.
with a soft for -understanding
children of all ages, Baden Baden-Powell
Powell Baden-Powell "travelled j' around, the
world organizing Scout groups
until retiring at tne ae or ei,
Baden-Powell Mied in Kenya. A
frica, in 1941
Sharing some of the Ideas of
the principles of Scouting
which were, so dear to the
heart of the founder of scout'
ing are many women her' on
the Isthmus who are working
together with the various
scout troops and brownies to
present this Pageant in his
honor based on International
Friendship. ;
Many of these women are
teachers writers, musicians, so social
cial social and civic leaders in the com community
munity community who have combined their
talent and. offered to produce
the pageant "Girl scout in Re
view." r-, : .j'i
The pageant was planned- and
organized by tne program com
mittee of the executive council.
with Mrs. Louis V. Hightower as
chairman. .. :,;
As pageant plans progressed
Mrs. John D. (Margot) Arthur
offered to write the pageant
Mrs Wesly H. Townsend. then
president of the Canal Zone Girl
Scout Council, took over the Job
of coordinating the pageant. As Assisting
sisting Assisting Mrs. Townsend are lead leaders
ers leaders from all three Girl Scout or organizations
ganizations organizations which includes: Miss
Errestina Sucre, Mrs. J. Edward
Healy Jr., Mrs.. Andrew M.
Wright; Mrs. Ella A. Talley. and
Mrs. C A. Chapman pi the Mu Mu-chachas
chachas Mu-chachas Guias; Misses Gennet
McFarlane, Elga Good en and
Mrs. Una S. Genore of the Inter
national Girl Scouts; and Mrs.
John E. Hagborg Mrs. Louis V.
Hightower and Mrs. Glenn 1 E.
Murphy of the Canal Zone Girl
Scouts.. : :. v .' .;
Music for the pageant Is unv
der the direction of Miss Emily
Butcher, with the Misses Mable
McFarqubar and Blandina Wa
terman assisting. Mrs. Roque
Cordero is responsible for the
music for the Muchachas Guias.
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to the rehearsal. (L.to r.) Vlckl Wilson. "Linda
Mrs. H. M, Maneels another leader. Patty Russell,
Paula Martela. Elizabeth Lee. Irene Lewis, Virginia
Mary Wood. Maile Miller, Cynthia Smith. Marlon
Basham. Penny Burnam.) Mrs. Harry J. Nairn eo-

Henderaoo. Inez Pollard. Roberta Doneian. uret

ChiarU JoseftoaHertiaowlez pe

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THE ALETAS (BROWNIES) of

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leaders. Here Mrs. Arthur is giving-them last minute instructions on-what she wants them
to do before entering the theatre,, Also. in group with. back toi camera!' 1 Mrs? Francio Cor. s
nejo, president of the'Muchachaa Guias ol the Province of. PaAama and Miss Ernestina Sucre I
T., who is executive director of the Muchachaa Guias. .Several T&rt?oT mxoL VLot nas

The job of tryouts and assign-
ins naeeant parts fell to the
district chairmen and in turn to
the neighborhood chairmen.
Leading off from District one
is Mrs. S. Frank Mason III. from
Cristobal, assisting her as neigh
borhood chairmen are: Mrs. a.
O. Engelke of Margarita,? Mrs.
Clark of Coco Solo: Mrs. BjG.
Thomas of Gatun-Crlstobal and
Mrs. Ernest Osteon of Fort Gu-lick-Davis,
i. The Atlantic side
troons will participate in the
Prelude of the Pageant,
The chairmanship of District
Two is under the -leadership of
Mrs. Roy Perkins of Balboa with
the following leaders assisting as
neighborhood chairmen: Mrs.
Phil Euper of Balboa;, Mrs. Per Perry
ry Perry M, Woods of Albrook; Mrs. R.
E. Hopkins of Diablo and Mrs. R.
M. Donley of Curundu. f
District Three Is under the di
rection of Mrs. Hathaway of
Rodman Naval Station, with
Mrs. Sanford Coffin of Ft. Clay Clayton;
ton; Clayton; Mrs Herbert R. Eder of Ft.
Kobbe: Mrs. M. S. Herring, of
Gamboa and Mrs. Thomas A.
Bell of Rodman-Rousseau-Coco-11
serving as neighborhood chair
man.",. :
Programs which are necessary
for admission to the pageant.
"Girl Scouts in Review" may be
secured from any of the neigh
borhood chairmen. i'
Since the program is a lick'
et to the pageant it is neces'l
tary to get in before curtain'
time which is 7 p.m. Feb. 21,1
at the old Fort Clayton Thea.
ter. ; J, '.
Arrangements have been made
i

Idannla Rajnea, Deidamia Hodritniey

im.io cuvi, vciut iso-ovi
WefBb&tueMi -few)

Panama arriving In 'their -private' bus' with orr? f 1

with the Transportation Section
of the Panama Canal Company
for special coaches to be added
to the regularly scheduled aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon train which leaves the
Colon station at 4:40 p.m. Feb.
.21.-.". ''V:.:,'v.,tv:v.!; .-.
Special rdun'd -trip rates of $1
eacn have been arranged f or
persons uving on the-Atlantic
side and desiring to attend the
pageant, and return xn the reg regularly
ularly regularly scheduled 10- o'clock, train
irom Panama..:- The train wliy
ton. . :r. ::- v'W v'W-Xs
Xs v'W-Xs i. -; -.'.ft
. The special' price tickets will
be issued to any individual in 1
possession of a pageant pro-,
gram "Oirl Scout in Review"
or by presenting a current
iiri scout Membership Card.
to the ticket agent; .
JiJWiWWWSW',1W
Ft-

THE ONLY TWO MALE VISITORS to recent Girl Scout
pageant rehearsal was David Dunlap -and Robert Arthur, both
of Boy Scout Troop 5 from Ancon. When ask their -opinion
. of the pageant It was; "No comment." -'x..'

CZ. Airborne' Association Form

A Canal Zone Airborne" Amo-
ciatlon, formed In conjunction
with the International Airoorne
Association, Inc., has held its
Xu-t meeting and elected offi
cer!. -.'.-.
All "men who have ever been
parachutists or gliderkts and
have been assigned to airborne
duty with a unit of the U-S. Air;
Force, have been Invited to Joi;
by the new president. Major ;
OUn Smith, executive officer.1
Third Battalion. 20th Infantry!
Regiment. The next mtnng in
slated for-Feb. 20 at 7 pjn. at
the Fort Davis NCO Club. j
The Airborne Association Js
Just over one year old. Member-
ship now Is in excess of tflG0
nd- the-crgaoixatioa has' its

uarcttlno. iumilia Ka-nohCT AYtJ

guez 4 Appearing in 'montunSS;
at, ))a y.v
The following is a. list1 of the
troops represented in the vari various
ous various scenes .of the pageant:-
The Preclude consists of troops
from the. Atlantic sldeexclu
sively;-; -'-r. 1 - f v i
Scerte'I, Is' made up of Scout'
fr6nl Troops Six '10 and 51. i
Scene- Two, is made up of
scouts from Troops Seven. 13, 15.
17, 20, 56, 42, 55. 5T 63, 76. and 71,
Scene Three is made up of In International
ternational International Girl Scouts. :
v Scett.. Four-Is martimf
Scouts fwm .Troop 29.
Scene Five ls made up of
Scouts from Troops 22 and 80.
Scene Six, is made up of Mu Muchachas
chachas Muchachas Guias from, the Repub Republic
lic Republic of Panama, -,sv
The Finale is madfl' unV otri
Scouts and Brownies from tfoopa
-147,49. 52, 65, 70 and 72.
inree, live, 12, 21. 27 2&V39. 48.
4
4
own magazine, the Airborne
Quarterly, as well at a newslet newsletter,
ter, newsletter, the Airborn News.
la addition to Smith,' officers
chosen at '--the first meeting
were: vice president, SFC Den Denver
ver Denver Uy, M Company; recording
ana corresponding secretary Lt.
Chester Ward Adjutant, 3rd.
Battalion, 20th InfantryMreas InfantryMreas-urer,
urer, InfantryMreas-urer, SFC Doy McPhafi, L Com Com-pany;
pany; Com-pany; -and chaplain, Capt,
Thomas McMlnn. -PriDcipal
business at the next
meeting will be the report cf tna
constitution -committee b Lt.
Jerome Anderson, L Company
Motto of the-laree organize-
tion, starting its fKsV chapter Iti
Panama 1 "AnyUtin, Any
(where. Anytime Airborn." i



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LETS GO TRACK-HUNTING ON: PAPER.
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ITS

to hunt and Identify th spoor
or footprint of wildlife In new
f alien anow or aoft earth. Let'a
pretend we've embarked on a
talniatur a a a r e h for them.
Tracka made by alx fairly well
known animal, both wild and do domesticated,
mesticated, domesticated, are shown in aome
r flatail above. Additional clues to
- their Identities follow. How many:
. do you recognize? -,
A. This ttomeatlcated beast la
remarkabla- fo lta, JntaUigenoa
and itf attachment to man, its

y vaxteuaa xatttx., widely, la

siae and anatomical characteris--tlca.
It has non-retractile claws.
: B. Because it hibernates, you're

not likely to find .thia animal's ;

tracks in winter, it iiaa long,
. non-re tractile claws, a short tail
and a long fur coat'
O, Thia small gam -animal
runs ao fast that lta hind feet
register ahead of Its front ones.
It la commonly gray and has
oottony-whltf talL.-
, D. This animal Is known for
its engineering .. ability. .. It has
webbed hind feet' and. a large,
broad tall,' It Is valued for its fur.-'

' E. This animal la said to be
the most attractive member of
Its family. It has a. habit of alt
ting on Its hind legs and eating,
with its forepawa. It la common
from the Arctic to Florida.
F. These animals are noted for
their grace of structure and fleet fleet-nesa
nesa fleet-nesa of motion. They have be become
come become a hazard to motorists oa
U. S. superhighways,
-; Answers axe given below, If
you need them. No fair peeking,
of course,
'" la-i noa

Yqn 'Catf Figure" pit Truks Here

TpARMEE tOLl, J0NK3 and his '.

' firtend jaiuv Brown wen? to How

lawn to put their money in the,." 195 T?

v TO S0L79 tm vita teaUr,vro-

" I reel oa n ereasumi pu
l0, uting umbr imttui
J lattsra for th9 atumtr. luaert
ingl0 ligtt in each aquart. Thm
, trick it t9 gat answer tKat wUI
. function aeroaa ami down
, J ACROSS
- 1, Which letter of the alpfitftet
: la river in Scotland? An ta--;
sect? A plural verb?
5. Income tax lament: t
Now aome that aaaaon of
, JS -.tha year when f ait down
, Dtjeiaur
' f And with "great joy", r
: '. ; take, and fiU U out with

r i
8. lashes.

many Tuesdays m

r.ln Secret Code

GAN you Interpret thlq message
. written In secret! cade?
G8V VKLIO RH XLDTXO
Here's how t solve its
Carefully latter the entire al alphabet
phabet alphabet from A to Z. Then direct directly
ly directly below it letter the alphabet
from Z to A, making sure A la
above Z, B above X, eto. This Is
important for VA becomes Z In
this coda, B becomes Yt and1 so on.
- If you have written the alpha alphabet
bet alphabet both ways exactly according

to directions, syou will note that

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41 A.

" 44

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Sr. CZ
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54 53

E M) N j I R Ml ATI
thj .1' TTl I t i I
ito a. up. aw, m aa. MW
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M aaM. w m 'KYI imi- : 111 I, i :-X ftj-'v
wr- -" rm ::ffi:'x' :f nf
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S' - it
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tl.,,.! ra-ttfrrreJ t tM?l I I I

. them? i
To begin, copy
- all of tho letters
now showing in
the empty spaces
.directly halo w
each. That is to
say, in tha dla
gram at upper
left copy the B
In tha three
blanks below It;
the M In the five
blanks below It;
etc. Then, em employing
ploying employing atrial
and error method
of letter Inser

tion, see how many shorter worda

you can and in the lower dia- lnscra.mhh tbe 'Gra&rv Lirt
gram, .cm; course, each letter you umcramaur ujc vxruunry UlSt
try must also aerva an entire pHNNT UNIPEat took tha foUowmg Ust to the
Vertical row. J socerli. How many of its items can you iden-
From these shortar words may tlfy T nftv been anagrammed, of course, which
be deduced the missing letters of mtan, tj,at utters require unscrambling.

t. Uts T. Imlk
8. anbea 8. lokeoca
4. lofur 9.' raebd
6. paoa v 10. velcoa

necessary to nil In an entire dia diagram
gram diagram to And, tha key words, but
it Is Interesting to note how
many shorter words each key
word contains.
Proper names are permissible, tftog t
in this Instance. -i.

TKHtDBT r -M.- n..-f

jcwrauwii s I AiniTllfm I 7ti (111 mil

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tuuvj itopiaatfoM lq

M ANT have
noticed, at

A?

bank. JonQS had 8100 and Brown
had 848.
: Arriving at tho bank, Jonts de de-pttkited
pttkited de-pttkited twtoe as much as Brown
aatf then discovered that ha still
had threo timas as much left for
spending nvmeyaa had his friend
' Sow much moaejr Ad ach de
tpatt ha tho bank?

BottJhatLine!

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vBy. JBapfcoel titaOaoM
CAN you duplies tha figure -abovo
wltk one cohtlnuous
'motion of your pencil? Let's ;

These am tha rules which you

.ajAaslce4 to observe:
- i, Ltnea are not to fcs crossed.
: I. Lines are net to be retraced.
! 8. Corners way touch.
' Yarn may begm anywhere on
; tha fignraf .- '. j.
A solution is given olsewhero
in tha page, In case you falL .

11. One 8 one 2. : ;

Ii- Find four numbers In this
lover's' dilemma: One's a honey,
and one's got money.
DOWN
. 1; College bred: A, year loaf
mad with father's dough,
LkMwl There are things
J cant stand about her, he faeat
M Clue: An expert Is one who
la fstdom In doubt but ofta m
error. -.i ..
; 4i How tnany members in th
United ffations?
.... f. Baecharin Is about two, Toof,
six or eight timea as sweet M,
sugar?
7. What U thera in thia -Ufa:
that pooka ;
. JTera thnil than a refunded

fneome taT
-: 8. -A osach and r- -8.
Tha time tit 12:85,
10. How many hidden animals
In: A cat or dog eannot b a very
good pianist ..
11. A alngla unit
13. How. many letters In tha
name of the state that la lowest
In population? k
- 13.. Number of states in the
Old Confederacy.
- IS. Riddle: How many books
can you put Into an empty school
bag?
18. You go to sleep at eight
o'clock having aet your alarm to
arouse you at nine in the morn morning.
ing. morning. How many hours of aleep

do you get?

6CENE3 In the life of a famous American born

February is hidden here. Start at dot X, draw

connecting lines from dot to dot until you reach dot
86. and vou will diacover what it Is. Where only

O Is below T, M is below H, and 1 one dot appears near two numbers, use the same
V ie below E. Therefore, GSV dot for both.. What scene la vortravedf Hint: It

spells THE. Now What is the rest was a time of untold suffering by American troops
of the message? in Pennsylvania in 1777-78, ..
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COOKIE DUSTER'S SAD LAMENT

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Wijin-

Pvramid Buildin?

v .; y o one time or an-
C0N8TBUCT a word pyramid other, a glass Jar
by systematically replacing filled with copper
the stars in each norizontal line cents on view in
with a word denned below. Be- a. store window
gin at the tip and work your way as a provocative
downward adding one letter and attention-getter,
rearranging the remaining letters observers are
to form the next word.. invited to guess

the number' of

, tents in the Jar and-the one whose guess comes
, closest to the actual count wins the grand prize. No
Indication is given of the approximate amount in
the jar beforehand.
Here, four Jars are shown and thia time you are
"stven certain definite Clues to the contents of each.
YOU do not have to do any guessing,. Simple arith arithmetic
metic arithmetic will give you the correct answers.

8. About. J. Bage. 4, Ceremony. The number of cents in A, plus half of the cents
8. Belonging to them, H. Here- u 5, c and D, totals 740. Jar B, with one-third of
- ward!, 7. Therewardt; 8. Aa yet. a C and D, totals 740. Jar C, with one-quarter of
After you've jBhlshed this one a, B and D, totals 740. And Jar D, plus one-fifth
try making up a word pyramid of A, B and C, totals 740.
by yourself. How many cents are there in each of the four
COLORING EXERCISE FOR JRS.

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1. Two' of them in February,

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CAREFUL CARRIS? was asked to bake eight gin gingerbread
gerbread gingerbread men exactly alike, but sad to say, aha
failed. Of the batch, only two are duplicates. Which
two?

rtH easy to
make a sur surprise
prise surprise feature ap appear
pear appear la the mass
of lines at right
Usings eelor ed
pencili;; wr'cray--
ens, shade In' the
vurious segments
:as followsi O
: stands for Oreen;
'.B is for Blue. Put
i Red Where you
see letter A, and
( TelloW.V'yberevev
; you see .T, .If
you do not have

a n&K : crayon,

uM;Red' ligbOy

to mas: a rax,
. where you see

TJ en jo o eto e f. ,'aatter.P. V Standa

Riddle Me Tim

What letter in the alphabet can

travel tha greatest distance ?
imjam mm m am .f

sol )t eeneaeq a Wl VL Mini

Matter of Class L Involved M a !m
i)lUllCT VJ KlUii JJ X11WIVCU hold that une" solutiomJ for Brew n and
THE contest of school classes for marazlne sub ?bU SJ t'i I ''t "i BK stands V 0 r

IN THE contest of school classes for magazine sub A n a possible
scriptions. Class A topped Class, D by 20. Best method of

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vt imi! fisi-n w- o-g
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RIGHT OR LEFT-EYED?

score was 40 subscriptions. This was 28 more than

the bottom tally. Class C beat Class B, whose score
was Just half of Class K, From these hints deter determine
mine determine how many subscriptions each class obtained.

Solving the
poser. Tou
may have dis discovered
covered discovered a va variation
riation variation of it

11

Black. p sUnd
f or Orangey What

c Hunorj v tnymm is
T portrayed in the
' scene? --''::
t'anrtetMrieini

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LB78 a simple test with

which to tell If you are left or

right-handed.
- Select aa object somewhere in
.the room. Point to the object
with an index finger. With both
eyea open, line tip the end of
your finger with the object Now
shut one eye (either one). Note
the distance the end of your fin finger
ger finger appears to' move to. either
right or left of the object
Now, ckse this eye and open
the other, again noting finger
movement If the distance is
greater to the right of the object

(your right), you are right-eyed.
Vice versa if It moves to the left
It's a Brain Teaser
' v
THAT single word could you
Wf write m six totters to in indicate
dicate indicate forty dollars borrowed
from you?

Aiiiateur Magic

VrrHEN the amateur magidaa
is visiting a friend who has
a cat, he announces that he pos pos-.
. pos-. seses a marvelous power over
animals and can make them do
anything he orders.
"For instance, I win make the
cat wash Itself at my command.'
1 says the conjurer. ?
Then as he makes a few magie
passes over the cat" a head. h4

strokes the animal's fur. A mo-

ent later, the audience will be

surprised to aee the cat start to
wash itself.
The secret of thia trick consists

of rubbing a little butter oa the
palm of the hand. When the ma magician
gician magician strokes the cat the butter
is transferred to the animal's fo -and
the cat then proceeda to
aah" Itself by licking off Jthe

butter thualy applied.

By JFuoene Shelter
., HORIZONTAL
' 1 Biblical name (1 Chron. 8:4)
4 Abimelech was king of what'
placeT (Gen. 20:2)
8 What Abraham was first
called (Gen. 12:1)
14 Feminine name.
1 Elevate.
1 Climbing plant
17 One of the tribes of Israel
Ex. 81:6)
18 Father of Josaphat (Mat 1:8)
15 Read metrically.
II The same 4abbr.)
22 In what guise did the spirit
of God descend? Ofat 1:16)
54 Lacerated. -25
Female deer.- - -.
JS Axial cylinder of plant
3 Conflagration. .
2 Speeds.
ja-rlockT .
tl Five-anfJed. five-sided figure.
23 Street railways (abbrj
24 Part of a trunk.
5 About what wdght was the
hailstone? (Rev. It 21)
28 Symbol for barium.
a Gait
' 40 Set in order.
41 Symbol for iridium.
42 Son of Benjamin (Num. 28 M)
44 Wild plum. ...
45 Grow old.
44 Country under a ; particular
government
4s Bishoprics.
45 Persona before mentioned.
81 CaroL
52 Young salmon.
ii 1 Poaseasive pronoun.
84 Smooth. i
SUMI rfrink.

Correlative of either.
57 Taahioe.

54 Confer.
55 How many eiden of (he city

1 did Boas rail together to con consult
sult consult with Naomi? (Ruth 4:2)
62 Drawing-room. -64
How many tons did Hannah
have? 1 Sam. 2:21)
06 Note in Guido'a scale.
'". 67 Overact
66 Periods of time.
60 SnvaU drink.
VERTICAL
1 A tribe of Israel (Num. 1:23)
2 Room in a harem.
8 Male geese..
4 Somber.
. 8 Comfort
i 6 -Narrow inlet"
. ', 7 Roman coin. .
s Vneition place.
9 Wings.
- 30 Storage compartment
11 Sua rod.
12 Negative loft
12 Wbo, with -the Persians, re received
ceived received the kingdom? (Dsn.
1 8:28)
20 God made male and female
from the beginning of what!
Mark 10:6)
, 22 Ancient
24 Wee.
JS Sand hOL
26 A man of Belial (t Sam. 2frl)
87 Descendant of Ephraim (1 Car.
7 25)
28 Exploit.
2 Characterization,
II Vowed.
82 High wind.
. 14 English railway car.
86 Name Simeon was. called--(Acta
18:1 -,
27 Lock of hair. 1 s
J9 jrtrm of weighta
40 Thrash. ,;.'.
- 43 March date. ;
44 Function in trig-onometry.
45 Oxygeoatea. ;
47 How many cubits In tentih
f) OH, th readme 8j ail its, tea.

was the wall of the building 55 Prophet

before the separate place 01 07;

the temple? (Ezek, 41:12)
48 Dejected. -
4 These and
50 King of Tyre (1 KL 5:1)
52 Natives of Poland.
64-Solitary.

Pithy earing.

8 zpocnv
60 Samuel ran to him (1 Sam.
8:8V
61 Forty winks.
63 Behold!
65 Personal pronoun.

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By Millard Hopper
IT TOU don't think appearances
are deceiving In checkers, ex examine
amine examine the board above. As things
, now stand,. Black doesn't appear
to be In any danger. But White,
moving up the board, moves first
and wins in four turns.
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I,";- HEADING FOR HEIGHTS- The new Hughes Model 260 helicopter goes up for a -jr
-i, v demonstration flight at a plant in Culver City, Calif. The ultra-light craft can I
3 carry two men. Radjlcal in simplicity and economy, it has 170-mile cruising range. ',

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BRAND NEW BEREf There is something "new- In' that(

f.t 1 "0l nandby, the cer.-xms moaei is snowing on. one ;

, r, a : irom a recem nax aispiay.jn: juonaon.. xt nay emoroi-t

' dere'd silk taffeta. banded with stitched satin in pink,

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i CDKUU1M milBCB ma FNinP?-ur)r HnwarH H. Fliprl. assnpiate nrofessor in.r '. .'

; geography at the State University of New York, will instruct the first televisions .X r a
' rnurse known tn nffpr hitrh school. seniors eolleee credits toward decrees trior '": v -'

to entering college. Course will, be carried over- tV station WRCtB in Albany."- K-J. -y f

A REAL DREAM GASTLE

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f I ITT AT-M ntlilli m

r1-". man'thomr being' his ;;.t.-
castleiisa-reality,for

.with nn nrmtiAn

built his rcastle himself. A

Angeles county sheriff's f -; I s

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office he did ,every bit of

theworkr : including the 1 S.
V Aeftfivet on1 tiQiilmiv' fi r4

.materials as well as the-

building of 'his-castle. The,L v f-
idea ior' the castle began' F

seven years ago when his 1, F

-wife,. Josie, .5aid .she D
: wanted a "olace to be our ?

'.own castle," Today, Josie -t :Mr I

is a victim or -arthritis and

Tj.l.vr AVV1J VVOJlUll"
. 1 i .... 4 :

, ai pain irom an acciaent in
his youth. He was crushed
between 4 Chicago trolley,,
car and, a truck. His spine'

' was damaged. Jbfldly in,-this v-

accident; They receive $140
monthly in pension and

social security. So, 1- if

though they are living in.

castler one could lay they;
'hav not 'been having a

: royal time of it. but thev.' licJAassi

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Pietro Appetitl, a specialist in Vatican pictures for the .,
' past 35 years, selected this view of 3t.Peter's a one i
of his favorites. Fountain is in foreground. Photo-was

maue mi one ui lew iuucs rem a mas muuiuiaicvu

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the Metropolitan Museum o Art in New York. Clark seemed to thin mat tne
taffeta lacM and whit linen trousers pji one mannequin were on "square" side.

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tion set of movie which also co-stars Gary Cooper.. Seven ytors tf iober went building of castle, present for Mrs. Hopkins.,

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ranee. Tcp row 0. to r.) Harold Trujillo, Patrick Tru-
f"2o, Gccrco Arias, Chester LuhK Bottom row Henry
(Incaid, Charley Garcia, Bob Sprague, Roger ((at,
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THE PAUSE THAT REFRESHES John Eberens,'Pt TrnjUlo, Charlie Garcia, Ralph Shuey.
Bobby Adams, Rusty Glazer and Chester Luhr. .

1- A STOUT KOrl In handy for Leo TrojiUo and

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AT THE ANTON RIVER Harold Tnjilhv Jo ff Hare, Randy Colclasure, 1m TrnjUlo, Ralph
Shney, Charlie Garcia, Eric Robinson, Bob Spr ge nd Rnsty Glaxer.

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ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION (strictly practice) lor Roirer Kat is administered by Eric Robin

son, Billy Hanna and Leo TrnjUlo nnaer mo eye oi sconimasier bod kvcuc

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.n. inj nMrfiil-r4J!em the lone

rolling hills echoed a cresendo of

laughter, snouun ano maw

Thi. r t)i beEHinine of a

three-day adventure, the result fj

much- claiming ana niscusaiuu vj
Scouts oi Troop t Balboa, spon sponsored
sored sponsored ; lythe ? America JLegipa

Post Na 1 and Troop
sDonsorcd b the JElks of ; Balboa

Lodge lu?-r&-
a cool and crisp Friday

whn the Scouts of the

two troops arnvea ai wie ftowuiw-

Dlie UUO vamp.. -ifv-;v..'...
.Onrrvintf and scampering from

the ears in no time flat, the area

was quickly explored oy we curi-

Vriut wind .was starting to Wow

furiously outside. The air was nip-j

py and t he boys soon iouna n
more pleasant sitting in the great
hall for friendly bull sessions of
jokes, tall tales and justJ)anter-(
mg. -
Work details were formed and
the kitchen crews quickly turned

out hot snack: of Texas Re4
HoU. hot checolate-'and cake, r,
r StvM WtH hot dot n4 Umm ;
t lions of cocoa wore twwuiiwdl
in aw timo fUt. r Kiichwi poiic -Wro
assionod and the placf wa v
(a epic and. span. .',"'
The Scouts picked their 'own
roommates and began prepara preparations
tions preparations for hitting the sack Scout Scoutmasters
masters Scoutmasters Roche : and Fallon,- with

tongue in cheek, thought (hoped)

that the lights could toe turned out
at 10:30 p.m. and not a creator
would be stirring after that time 4
so promptly at 10:30 bed check by
Jeff Hare of Balboa and Ralph
Chuey of Diablo was made and or
ders were given for lights out. ; :
Thirty Scouts lay upon theif '.

beds-sHent as though- in sleep.
The crickets chirped, the s frogs
croaked and the wind whined and

whistled. ,. ,' i,
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bellowing roar: "Somebody put a
toadinShuey'sbed'." i

uid you ever nave a com ciam ciam-my
my ciam-my frog in your bed? Shuey'g
roommates swear- tha,t he flew

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' ""-j. Hanna and Chris Skeie quickly learned. i,

'straight up, in the air-r-horizontal

ly and came down on his feet

four feet awav. -1

Ghostly -Bhadowy i figures were

. staucing au over tne place creaic--.
ing doors and muffled snickers as
new stunts were planned. -
: One enterprising group devised

a Dag m water over xneir ooor to
be cascaded down on the unfortu unfortunate,
nate, unfortunate, one who had the mistortune

to open, ii ana wane in nnannounq
i When It was "seen "there wasn't
Being te be much sleep for a
timers midnight, moonlight hike
Wt organized under Fallon, to
I to remove, tome of .the vine vinegar
gar vinegar which was running through
the Scouts' veins.
.;,.;, Sweaters and jackets were don

Bed and the boys took off. Roche

was to remain :at the Camp to o-

versee.pie activities mere. j ..ji

After a .brisk, i five miles.' the

Scouts returned with Fallon drag dragging
ging dragging up the rear. Activities were
renewed.
Coklasure" played .his trumpet,
Dave Pasqual played some lively
tunes on the harmonica and
; Sprague blew taps, and El Valle
was ringing ; at 2 o'clock In the
morning. ,...
Finally' at 3 a.m. ; the Scouts
crawled wearily Into their beds'

and the' quiet returned to the cric crickets
kets crickets and frogs and the valley.
Saturday mnrainff at aun-iin. the

tired old Scoutmasters were arous

ed oy nungry acouts clammenng
for foorf'Th IrifohAti wii nnlnjlr.

ed Scoutmaster Law never leave

any tood you want saved lying a a-round.
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1 tint hrnlrfafit. Af ham afftfa nnnnm

oreaa ana ouuer was Served. Six

ty eggsany style, two hams and
six loaves of bread vcr rnnanm.

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rector knows es the "Professor"
also ate. It is not known definite definitely,
ly, definitely, but ft was said that h con

sumed civ man. lw aliraa. $

ham, several cups of cocoa and J

ioar or Dread liberally butter
ed. Wi-rs,'- v"' :mwi-mt
After breakfast it Hr Jininunit.

ed that any Scouts straying away

irum me group would De punished
by having to scrub the kitchen
floor With a tonth hnish In adrfi-

tion tf nrjishintf vanfl ...riminir th

uioiiea.; .me puuii was aosoroed

and the boys stayed together.

Aner me camp was cleaned tip,
Work wan fttartftf nn Adviniunint

in -1OmDass tests, rnna tvinu ami

first aid, with older Scouts who

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ATOP IGUANA, MOUNTAIN Left to right, from top down) .Ken MacKenzie," Randy Col-

ciasure, Bin uanna ana bod Adams; Bob Spraue, Jert Hare, Bob Koche, Chester XnhrT Rusty
Glazer, Henry Kincaid, Chris Skeie, John Ebe rem, Charles Garcia,. Ralph ShUey, Erick Rob Robinson
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JULIOfebrero 14 POETRY PAGE PAGE-WARNING
WARNING PAGE-WARNING TO CHILDREN
By Robert Graves
Children, If you dare to think
. Of the greatness, rareness, muchness,
Fewness of this precious only
Endless world In which you say
Vou live, you think of things like this:
Blocks of slate, enclosing dappled
Red and green, enclosing tawny
Yellow nets, enclosing white
' And black acres of dominoes.
Where a neat brown paper parcel
Tempts you to untie the string.
In the parcel a small island,
On the Island a large tree, ;
On the tree husky fruit- -Strip
the husk and cut the rind off:
In the centre you wiil'We ,y
Blocks of slate enclosed by dappled dappled-Red
Red dappled-Red and green, enclosed by tawny
Yellow nets, enclosed by white
And black acres of dominoes,
, Where the same brown paper parcel-.
Children,-leave the string untied!
For who dares undo the parcel v
Finds himself at once inside it, ..
On the island, in the fruit,
Blocks Of slate about his-head,
Finds himself enclosed by dappled
Green and red, enclosed by yellow
Tawny nets, '.enclosed by black
And white acres of dominoes,' -But
the same brown paper parcel
Still untied upon his knee.
And, if he then should dare to think
Of the fewness, muchness, rareness,
Greatness of this endless only -....
Precious world in which he says
He livesr-he then unties the string.
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Li ZJJi.T.uti huiidinn which wLU nous ta Enrico

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WASHINGTON There is good
reason for U. S. Government inter-

t in Saudi, Arabia.' wun Ameri

can oil leserves limited, Saudi A A-rahia
rahia A-rahia renresenti the richest re-

maininfi oilfield in the woritt I

though' the areas around, it large

ly developed Dy ine onusn, are i

so important.
' However, the importance of
this oilfield ie no Justification, in
th opinion of many Senators,
for normittina the oH companies
hoMinfl hl area to fot away
with overcharging 'the U. $. Na Navy,
vy, Navy, with violation of the an antitrust
titrust antitrust act, or with oostiWo crim criminal
inal criminal violation. .,

It is als no reason lor permit permitting
ting permitting them to dictate the Near East

policy ol the unuea mates.

As reported is an earlier column,
th Arabian-American Oil Compa

ny was sued by the Justice Depart

ment lor S67,UW,UW I Of ovcxcnus-

ing the U. S. Government. j. -If
your inquire at the justice De

partment as to '- what has i hap-i
pened to this suit, however,' you
will draw a blank. One whole day

of inquiry at the Justice' Depart

ment by this column lauea u get
any -information on the status of
the suit, whether it still existed,
or, if not. whether it was ever set-

V At th time the overcharge was

reported by a Republican-dominat

ed Senate Investigating Commit Committee.
tee. Committee. Sen. Owen Brewster of Maine,

its chairman, charged criminal

conspiracy against the oil compa
nles in the Aramco combine.

However, the then Democratic-

controlled Justice Department un

der Attorney General James Mc-

Graneyry let the statute of limita limitations
tions limitations run until it was to late to
bring a criminal ease. A civil suit

to collect the overcharge was final

ly file J.
3 l OIL ; CONTRIBUTOR -l
'The eads of some of the com

panies which i now own Aramco
were honored guests last week at

the state dinner given by Presi

dent Eisenhower for. King Saud.

Thev were: Fred" A7 Davles.

chairman of Aramco; Brewster
Jennings, chairman of Socony Mo Mobil,
bil, Mobil, who with his family contribut

ed 17000 m tne cisennower cam-
tailsr A n ahiafna TambT ailietr'.

yenAgng nuuam w aiwui vuu"

man of Texaco; Monroe J. iiaiB iiaiB-bone,
bone, iiaiB-bone, president of Standard Cf

NewIeKey vntrihuted 11000

overcharce was made, against 'the

U. S. Government is interesting,

The Navy's contract for Arabian

oil was signed in June 1945 after

the war in Europe had end Id and

when the Navy was getting ready

for the big push, against Japan.

It was considered cheaper to

pick up tha oil in the Near East,

thus saving a haul halfway around

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The' two Naval officers' who sign

ed the contract were M. J e a n

Walsh, later with SUndard of N.

J.; and Lt D. E. Bodeaschats, lat later
er later with General Petroleum. :

When Aramco asked a price
of six cents ialleit for gaso gasoline,
line, gasoline, SMS barret for fuel ell,
and Mt a barrel for cfleeel oil,
the two Uovtenants bolkeel,Uf c
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lit lf4T, James Meffetf, fonnor.'
ly of StandaroVof N J than roi
presentinf ArsHisev had written
a, letter to ther Navy eefortnsj gas
at thri cents a eatlen, fuel oil
at 40 cents st barrel, and diosef
oil et73 cent; : vWa ic i
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The two Naval officers knew that

the prices asked by Arame were

identical with the prices quoted t
the Gulf of Mexico, htt-:'-

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In other 'words, Aramco refused

to- give the Navy ; any reduction;

for picking up. the oil m the Near
East instead of hauling it half way

around the world from Texas,, v

Nor was theNavV to let any

reduction as promised by Aramco

in 1941 la return for loans ana

lend-lease advanced to King Ibn

Sadd in lieu of increased oil roy

alties. ,-.:"V

Naval Officers Overruled
So the two TOuni Naval officers

refused t accept the higher pric prices.
es. prices. The negotiations dragged.

TTanriltnff the neffotiations for A-

ramco were IL G. Denham and C.

W. Barthelmes. v-

- later Barthelmes,! no longer

with Aramco, informed this writ

er that he considered the price

asked by his company far out of

hue.' even disregarding ine Joans

am grants to tung ion aua.
V "The Government paid the Ara

bian-Americaa Oil Company a sum

in excess of $33,000,000, Ba

thelmes said, "resulting in an es

timated profit to the eompany. o-

ver and above production, royalty,

and manufacturing costs el approx-

imately l309,eoo.

lie said he haf Ui ehanee to

look at the tost of production fig

Desnite this, hieher-uns in the-

Navy overruled the two lieutenants
and signed a contract with Aram- s
co for high-cost oil and gasoline. T

When Barthelmes was asked by 1
this writer Why the Navy had sign signed,
ed, signed, he said he only knew Lts,
Walsh and .Bodenschats complain s
ed that someone had gone over
their heads.;;
VYalsn, when ewestiened by rhfe -writer,
said he had vigorously oe
posedf the contracrv but svpe.
rlore hae) reversed hbn. He did
net name the superiors.
One superior at t he time was k k-kin.:
kin.: k-kin.: Andrew F. Carter, execu executive
tive executive officer of the Army-Navy Pet Petroleum
roleum Petroleum Board, a former oilman,
who after the, war went to wort
for the Overseas Tank t Corp., a
subsidiary of then two chief own

ers of Aramco Standard of Calif-

ornia and Texacer-
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claimed that Admv A. F.. Carter-:
had nothing to do with purchasing
oil supplies. His brother; Adm. WiK
Mam t. Carter, chief of the Bureau- --.
of Supplies and Account", was in
cbarxe of buvinn oil." -Vr. ; , v

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n aj t&v, turn, vu Wll uvugHI i.
ind purchases continued despite
Report No. 3771 of the U. S. Naval 4
Boiler Testing Laboratory made
Sept i4, regarding ; Arabian ;
oil, which stated: r r
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pies described herein constitute '?
comparatively high paraffinic prod-1 -ucts
which paraffinieity imparted
adverse pour and Incompatibility
qualities thereto." r ; .;
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Department's civil suit to recover
$67,000,000 from the Arabian-Amerv ;
ican Oil Company, whose execu'
tives and parent board chairman -v
were entertained by President El
senhower in honor of Xing Saud at
dinner last week.
: Note The' Roosevelt' administra-'
tion advanced $99,000,000 in loans
or grants to King Ibn Saud during
the war, much of U at the behest r
of the oil companies, according te -the
official report of the GOP-con-trolled
Senate Investigating Com-
mittee.' ; ;' ?-- r "'
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mittee reports that the profits of
the companies involved in Aramce-

have increased 37. per cent during-

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ad fart is that President Eisen-

' i bower's school aid program-is now
given only ft little better than 50-

60 chance of .passage -by Congress

this year;;;t;;j.',;:v'fc .$.. -ft

r This is in spite qL few. factors.

that woi.Jd indicate mere favora
bin actio, ','f.1' ;.iJ.4. 1

t- The one very opeTuV fac tor jfo

that miay congressmen campaign-'

ed last year on promises to yote

r for school aid legislation this year.

f Both party platforms -endorsed

School aid. So politically," the di-

mate f of passage should be better.

- Furthermore, the shortage ? lof
e classrooms and teachers is greater
. this year than last. Pressure on
congressmen from parents and lo

cal school officials to ; do tome

thing is getting heavier all the

time, y s

i But sf.. President s Eisenhower1!

school' program which, was present

ca to congress this year is much
the same as the program which

Congress turned down last year.

The objections to it are likewise

still the same.'

This outs the administration's

- legislative leaders- up against the.

- problem of planning new strategy.

In the. long run, they hope it will

i permit passage, of some kind of

an aid -to education program be-

lore tne end ot the session
Early action is out. ;

. most promising aspect soj
r. far is the idea of having Congress

take up civil rights legislation be

fore tackling the school aid bilLJ

There is growing; seatiment a a-mong
mong a-mong southern congressmen to al

low passaged a minimum civil

ngnts program this year. This t

rises for two proposes.- First, it
would satisfy northern leaders of
both major parties wbs want some-j

thing done for their Negro voters

Second, it might quiet increased

agitation for greater civil liberty
by Negro leaders in the South.
If a limited civft rights program
could be cot through Caen-ess

- long the lines proposed by Presf-I

nent'Jiasennower in ais state of
the Union message, It might do

much to take thee heat-off school
aid legislation.

Court decision agalnst -segregated

lachools L

There is no .doubt that Rep. Ad

am Clayton Powell (D-NY) will

have- aura -an -amendment agsm
this year; Ills .'amendment was

passed-last year.-But it got some

Democratic votes which were then

switcbe(Ltb.dJL afcrowded .leva-

It might permit passage of a
achool aid bill without a Powell -a-tnendment
barring federal scYx)
construction funds to -states that
bad not complied with the Supreme

on final passage 224 to 194, with

If absent and not. votanav. ,u He

resident tisennower wants t a
school a'd: law without the Powell
amendmentrAv switch of 23 votss
might; do it.:-i-'v'J;i'S-t;:i'

iTO AVOID ANOTHER disastrous

defeat in the Jtouse... 'again ; thi

year, the principal; strategy herng

tauea ot is to get the senate to
act on tho "school aid bill, first.
This assumes that the Senate

wohm pass a bill "Without the flnti

segregation amendment and that
tnia would give the Kouso the
essary incentive to approve Ike

legislation in the same form.

But thr is one other Division

in th school aid biU which While

House and Department of Health

Education and-Welfare legislative!

liaison me- fear.-; This-' is- the

Walsh-Heaty Public Contracts Act

It provides that the secretary of

iator i snau set minimum : wage
rates for all labor employed .en

government contracts.
There is a Walsh-Kealy provi

sion in every public works appro appropriation
priation appropriation bill; It goees through Con Congress
gress Congress without protest But it can
meet with opposition in tha case

of federal aid for school construe
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The reason is that this mony

would I reach; into many s mall
towns and even into many ruial

commuritier -where t co"KOlidi:ef

schools would be built by ; local,
nonunion labor. Employers in those
smaller communities object to b v v-ing
ing v-ing big city wage ratea introduced
and imposed on them.

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over cocKiaiis to renewoiu ac acquaintances...'!
quaintances...'! acquaintances...'! j ;

Most recent .affair of this kind

war a little -"do" thrown by""le
National Association of Manufac Manufacturers
turers Manufacturers t.1 introduce their president,

firnest (i. Swigert.i

It was really very modest.' A-

bout asa persons showed ud at- the

Statler and worked their s w a y

mrotign su oars scattered arounu

tne rooms :' f '.

In the, middle there war a bis

nnitet win rrun hrimn liinnnn.

pie wrapped in bacon, miniature

pizzas, oysters wrapped in bacra

codfish balls, hot dogs wrapped In

oscon, caviar.; salami coronets.

aeviico eggs and meat balls.

Then everybody- went home p.f

naa amner; ; f

THERE'S NO TELLING what

the national debt will do next.

Up on Capital Hill other after

noon a group of oongressmen jam-

men -into an elevator along with

an nonest-to-xoodness Indian.

.mere nad been some wisecrack wisecracking
ing wisecracking a few minutes before about
"giving the pountry back to the
Indians." ; '.' j:

Thitt mwmpted Rep. Clarence
Brown (B t Ohio) to ask the rea

man u ne wanted to take the coun

try m for his people, i
"Owe too much. Owe too much,''
answered the Indian. "No. N,o, No."
- SEN. ESTES KEFAUVER m

Tenn) no doubt wishes he had ul

ed the stairs in theWillard Hotel

ok ouier oay. T

Gllmort

tor, he rpotted a blonde trick whn

looked very new to town.
. That turned out to be the under-

estiraaui of the year.

"IJtof do you do," he said". "My

"mi is cstes Aeiauver."
' 'Who?'V she asked with a puz puzzled
zled puzzled expression.
"Sen, Estes Kefauver," repeat

ea me democratic r canJirtate.

'I don't know my senators very
well" she. persisted. ."Where all

are you from, ; auh?'v

'lenntssee.r said the senatort

and tne conversation came to
jarring halt s. ,

. REP; JIM WRIQHT (D T?t.)
asked h.s 11-year-old son recently
whether be understood the system
of checks and balancsc hWm

the. legislative, judicial and execu

tive orancnes of, the government,
"Sure, that's easy," replied the

ooy. .-write too many checo and

you aaven't. any balance.-'

: WfFI OP NEWLY ELECTED

Hep. Al Ullman ; D Ore.) is a
mighty unhappy lady these days.

seems all Mrs. UHman's cook-

dook wcr lost in; the mail when

they were shipped from Baker.

v., io Ariinsion. va

She bought a eouple of new ones
here, but they'll -never be able to
replace ber prize cook-book. It's a
collection of recipes in a loose-leaf

noteoook gathered from friends
and Democrats in Oregon over the

last 10 ears.

"It's full of

wonderful salads;

Walter Winchell I

desserts meats, rolls and specia'
dishes," moans Mrs. Ullman. "Mj
children are so used to thesa re
cips that they're not satisfie
with anything-1 can buy." ;
BOARD OF DIRECTORS at th
Yale Club of Washington got u -gether
here a couple of days ig
to lay cut plans for the gignntii
annual dinner in April honurtht
Yale, President ,A- Whitney Cm
wold. : ,;
On the board was Sen. Thr us
ton Morton (D Ky.) who takes m

keen interest in his alma mater

By unanimous :- Consent Morton

was apTointed chairman of the

committee in charge of inviting
foreign dignitaries to the banquet.
, "Ws'Il call it the foreign re a a-Uons
Uons a-Uons ommittee," someone crack
ed u :. ,:
'iWell, at least I made it here,M
replied the former assistant secre

tary of f tate, who was not appoint appointed
ed appointed to the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee. .:,. .,

SUPREME COURT JUSTICI

William Douglas used to breeze
through a half dozen parties in one
night and think nothing of it. Oft
en he. was the last gvest to leive.
The world traveler, and hiker,
who got -married for the second
time a couple of years ago, has
cut down his pace drastically.
Other evening Douslaa and his.

wife checked out of a party at the r.
ridiculously early hour of 10.

ne s got a lot of eases -to hear

in the morning," explained bis
pretty rponse.'
"Thai's right." mumbled Dmia.

las unhappily.

FINALLY, THERE IS strong

opposition to federal Interference
in public school affairs. There's a

ieciing uiai mmu iuibbcimi iui
for school -construction would bel
the foot-in-the-door to final federal'

control of local educatioa (THE JUVENILE' DELINFUNKS

Strong states-righters will aw -

most anythin to stop that exf Two of th fow mldinvn iv

ceptmg, oi course, tne raismg et.nlie? delinpunks, who sent three

state ana local taxes tp pay newspapermen to St. Clare's Hoa Hoa-needed
needed Hoa-needed school construction in thei nital last Fall; were found Guiltv

New York

own eommuaitio.

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LIXC FATHT LIKE 6C"?-CUffart Mlron and kis son,

vuieo z c fUwauiee, iiafuIZy com para thdx casUboond lass,
toth arti on tha sama day. The father slipped an lea at
f's IructlpO Job. When ba returned from tha hospital, ha

tiiui r t"taa c- ti-u ti f?ne, out at hia;

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Ui. JAY,- iXEI.i, AKy-J f-u.l 'h

EFH;

treating a perilous epidemic as an,

ordinary sniffle ... Not many A
mericans are aware of two shock

ing facts: According to Attorney Attorney-General
General Attorney-General Brownell, over one mil

lion new delinquents invade our

communities each year. And John
Edgar Hoover has reported that

nair oar du criminals are form
er juvenile delinquents.

The- battle ataiiMt' arlme It net
an athltfU Contest. It is fiohf

ror lire,. Tne police e net act as
referees Between lawbreaker nA

(awful cHtseno. He stoee the erim-t

iMi mm wpimr nrn. rauuro
to protect one lawful ctthen Is a

Signal .to an criminals ', rhaf the

cemmuBfty It wnpro e c t e a. In

brief, there Is aither fv law w

jaw, . .'

A recent Reader's Digest includ

ed a provocative essay authored

last : week;., the : candidates v, for

Sing" Sing -Prison (Joe Ware and

Richard Nelson) were promptly

released on si.ooa bail... ma last.

tima these two bad ads for tha hu

man race were freed on bail .they

wera,loon. arrested for allegedly

attempting a Tobberyi The police

said one Jiad a lethal switch-blade

knife on him... One of the slugged

newsmen, (photographer Lenny
Morgan of "the N. YU Joutnal-A-

merican) had to be hospitalized farl

almost 3 weeKSJUoctors announcr

ed that the unprovoked beating left

Morgan witn an injury to a neart

artenr...; He is 4tt and the parent

ol several Children ;t Aa Nelson
was tearing at him for the second!

tima cameraman Morgan snapped:

his picture-? and ithea went down by J)n Ruth Alexander. Instead
-the blood gushmgr from au, parts' explaining or .white-washing .de-J

municable, regardless of whether
they feel 'hostile' er 'rojected.'
Nor d the quarantine laws in inquire
quire inquire Info the patiaat'a ago or
cause or his disease. The laws are
concerned exclusively ana correct correctly
ly correctly with the throat of epidemic. If
crime is to be called sicknoss it
mutt : be treated as sickness.
Young criminals must be taken
oof ef the hands af raiMial

welfare workers, who protect law.
breakers, and put back into the
hand! Of law nfercemafittefftMra

who protect the law-abiding."

of his .head... It was that photo

tnat helped convict iMeison ant

Ware ... It also helped save two

others because the on-the-spot-

shot showed- them trying to stop
the maniacal Nelson ... What' Bus

tles this column is why His Honor

let Nelson and Ware free on bail

Considering that they thumbed

their noses at law and order the

last tima they were arrested on

tho attempted burglary charge.

You'd think these teen-age ani-l

mala fther call 19 teen-aged) were

old enough, to know that the long

arm of the law has a knockout

punch. -.?'

linpunks, the article cornea to the
'defense ol society. It properly con-

tenasi A thousand -sociokgts
plead ihe cause of tha Juvenile de delinquent
linquent delinquent I plead tha cause of his
victims, the cause of. society, the

causa ot you and me,- mght and

day 4 dangerous young criminals

stalk' the streetst the parks, the

laygrounas, tne eomdors of ptu

c scnoois. Not only are,' then

crimes softened by the word 'de

linquency' but youthful .crime is

called 'sickness.'

;

Although delinpunks live 'in

bedience to brutality and acquire
tha guile and terror of beasts, so-

Xne coldly clinical psychatric e j- cioioguw ana psycniatnsn- oe-

Hmif nf tiivenile delinauehta is SCTlbe them it "Mict boys r and

that they are Vemotionally disJgins." increoimy, iv receive pro
turbed.'. The -Innocuous. ,vphr asa tection father. thaa justke la nu-

fails to convey- the blood and ter

ror of tho problem. In reality,- Ju-

venile oelmquency means burgla

ry, drug addiction, vandalism, sex

al perversion, sadism, rape and

mrder. "Emotionally disturbed"
creates tho impression that JD is

ailld disease- no worse -ttiani

tbe eettme colfl; iTrag i t nl 1 y.

meroua- communities.: In many

States, you will be stunned to

learn, cops remove their uniforms
and bring in delinpunks in ordina

ry car so that tne darling rats

will net be publicly humiliated.

Reader's Digest makes Hits Im-

ent ; eelntt ''We i aenfine jsleai

ItbfleVoaj, wbeee, at. Jg j.en

Psychiatrists, and sociolbg i s i s

are quic to oaer solutions ,rfor.
Criminal problems. Their answers

are literate, intellectually suduk
latiog ;and often far beyond the
bounds of reality. A cop seldom
deals 'in visionary : theories or i-,
dealigtic concepts. He in vital
part of reality. And reality is fre-;
quently dirty, heartbreaking and

hazardous, A .street can become

bis battlefield and the criminal is
a foe intent on killing him. In ma

ny cases a cop's survival depends
on being quick-oo-the-trigger...Le-

g matures pass laws and courts

provide' Justice.. Nevertheless, our
whole legislative and Judicial
structure would collapse without

the support of the cop on the beat.

In the commission of a crime

against bim a citizen Is entitled to

more than permission to purchase
a pistoL He is entitled to the as

sistance of the .police. And those

who Obstruct the police in any

manner become fellow criminals.

The demands for stern methods
La dealing with Juvenile delinpunks 1
have been echoed by leading news- -v
papers as well as police officials
and Jurists. For instance the -Herald-Tribune
baa editorial'd: 'A
little more toughness by police
and courts might work wonders'

in raising the standards of juve-

nUe oebavio by- applying prcs-

awljajtjibe fam)iy hearth."

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cia; Garcia; Eric Robinson, Jeff Hare, BUI Hanna and George Anas.
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C.Z. Scouts Take to Hills
' (Continued from rage 3) '. '-

K had passed previously criticizing

r the newer scouis. .- ;
The target for the field trip on
- .Saturday morning was 'the cross
atop the mountain on the other
tide 6 the valley. Promptly at 10
o'clock, canteens were filled and
the troops took off.
fho frin 'ilnwn and across the

1 valley was interesting, but unevent-

ful. Foliage ana trees ana piams
. were pointed out, older Scouts tell tell--
- tell-- ihg the relative merits of each.

One plant fliscussea was uiai.

tKo cioht frnrrt the ton was'mag

nificent panorama of clear; blue

sky: offset witn green aim kuiu

nlllS 01 me vaney ueiuvr

Tha ilucant wll' quiete rapid,

(nr th bovi wr hungry and in

quest of- new advnture-rhrte-

BfCK naing ana wimmn'.

A brief stop was" made at the
hotel for soft drinks and rest, then
on back to the envampment for

lunch.
Aftpr a heartv lunch. Patrol

known as Cow it-, plant whg, ZtorX
if rubbed on: a teacher s or a stu f i ulmx.!!.. tv. i

dent's Densil could lorce him or
her to quickly leave the room wUU
; an unbearable itch. i
Roche and Fallon, aware of this i
were constantly on guard to see

that none of these plants were coi
lected.
;. With Roche leading : and Fallo i
in the rear of the Troops, the as
cent started.- .,. ; '.

evening meal with Fallon. The in ingredients
gredients ingredients were: 10 lbs. of round
steak, IS lbs. of potatoes, 5 lbs., of
carrots, 5 lbs. of onions, and one
gallon of tomatoes. The whole
works were thrown together and
simmered all afternoon.
The Scouts (hen took off for the
valley and an afternoon of frolick frolicking
ing frolicking m the pool and horseback rid riding.
ing. riding. Around 5:30. they ; returned

to Camp and enjoyed two hours of

Volley Ball. Troop 3- whipped tne

tar out of Troop $ nearly every

game: : ?

Upon chow .call.' both Troops

promptly dropped everything aad
consumed every drop of stew and

three gallons of cocoa

I. After dinner and- clean-UD. the

It was a rocky, steep winding Scouts assembled out front. o v

trail, and after a lot of sweat, the! porch; watching the sunt sink be-

wina-swept top was reacnea. hind the purple hills. .-'"-.
Weary Scoutmasters sighed andt David Coclasure and Dayid Pas Pas-.
. Pas-. sprawled out, but not the Boy, cual rendered harmonica music

Scouts, they wanted more. Underhand Bill Thrift and Randy Colcla-

It was decided by the rw ld ld-rs
rs ld-rs that it would be easy on the
Scouts if they would take a five
minute break every half hour.
After SO yards of, walking,' the
leaders conferred! again and a
new policy was announced; Walk.
. five minutes with "a half hour
break for rest,

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the Patrol Leaders, some of them

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Sunday morning, after a hearty: iV-iT
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V TUE LIGHTWEIGHT division iajusjE one big, hap hap--
- hap-- py tamlly. Everyone want s to fight champion Joe
' '! Brown, and Brown wants to fight everyone.- s s-ff
ff s-ff .Brown kept his title Friday night with a technical
' knockout over former champ Bud Smith In Miami
- .Beach. A commission doctor stopped the fight after-
the 10th round-, It went down in. the .books as an
'' -. lUh-round technical knockout. - 4
' It was the first defense for Brown since last Aug Aug-"tust.
"tust. Aug-"tust. when he won the title from Smith and broke
" iiia right wrist in the process. This time, Brown co
lected $16,000. his largest purse ever1 But Brown call call-ed
ed call-ed thai "peanuts" compared -to.. what he thinks he
- will earn In the future. ; -
The 30-year-old Brown said he Is willing to fight
again In three weeks. He'll meet anyone... Larry
Boardman, Kenny Lane, Ralph Dupas or Orlando
r- The international Boxing Club ttlll try to match
- Brown with Kenny Urns in May, IfrtW to MlamL
Lane a southpaw is ranked second behind DuUtO
w Loi (Dwee-lee-oh Loy) of Italy among contenders.
" Lol's manager wants a title fight wywhere on,
- ; any terms Zulueta's manager offerd a $35,Q00 guar-
antee for a title bout. Brown said Zulueta-a smart
boxerwould give him the toughest fight.- He
. I.- thought Boasdman a wide-open puncher would pe
. easiest- ;- , ;
' Weltehwelght Art Aragon has testified that $500
hlch he is accused of offering Dick Goldstein to
' throw a tight actually was Goldstein's purse for
' the schedule toout, '.'-.', ", V "

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UNCLE SAM may have solved the problem of the
gull of Aqaoa but the Gaza strip seems as a hard

a nut to crack as ever l

" The United States has agreed in effect to guar-1 racket" set residents hack on their heels this week:

INCLINATION TO CLOSE ttl town of La Boca
forthwith' because of 'residents unruly attitude to toward
ward toward police and the mushrooming of the contraband

antes a promise by Egyptian President Nasser to U.N.

secretary uenerai nammarsKjoid that israeu snip snipping
ping snipping will be allowed to move through the gulf of

Aqaoa.

At sL community niedtlnar called bv th civic Coun

cil some 300 men. Women and children heard from
their elected- reDresentativos that Gov W. E. Potter

Is 'disposed" to finish off La Boca because Of the

J .8o Israel at last seemswllllng to give up the base: repeated offenses; which residents have made no ef

It cantured at the mouth of 4he- itulf

The Egyptian press Is furious over the American
stand. Tne Cairo editors said Egypt should keep up
the gulf of Aqaba blockade as a means of putting
pressure on Israel concerning the Palestine Arab re,
f ugees and that the United States ought to help
'make Israel take back, the Arab refugees as a price

lor being allowed to use the gulf of Aqaba.

fort to curb-

- Potter has riven the Council a chance, however,'
10 came tip -with a plan for cleansing Itself of the.
hoodlum element resident and non-resident.
Balboa's District Police Commander, Capt B. A. A.-Darden,
Darden, A.-Darden, told tjie meeting that -attempts to maintain
iaw and order in La Boca, as well as the Latin. A A-merican
merican A-merican towns of Paraiso and Santa Cruz, had met

The American support of Israel on. the Aqaba small encouragement from those eniovintr the nrivi

queauuu au umy ue surimg uiicsauicss vmiu; icbcs ana quarters ana commissaries there,

lest the United States he in build new oil pipe-

lints from the gulf across, Israel to the Mediterra -nean.
' That would provide formidable competition for the
Sutez canal oil traffic which normally Is very profit--able
to Egypt.
But Egypt Is In a poor position to block the solution-of
the Aqaba question now,
On -the other hand, If Israel continues to .refuse
to accept United "Nations occupation of Gaza and
doesn't get out of the strip, the prospect that sane-'
tions will be voted against her. in -the UJI. is becom becoming
ing becoming quite real. ,...,- '
- On the surface, the Senate would seem to be get getting
ting getting Into' a meaningless .battle of semantics over the
Eisephowet' Doctrine 1 '

'".' ..,- f. r-vint Pm-t.il rtf roluniblaa' rela-

tiv midget amonir collegevbasketball giants. has

wnvfn raift ,that this little Mnan ta better than tnt -t,.,!.; jn-i,.,.. t,j.v, t.iaf ratfirht fai ohane Mm1

tallest pf them. .1 ,., the wordinn of the Eisenhower doctrine .-resolu,- ; : ,. v

. Wv. SW'i .. u'.; 5. nary gored in the thigh by a

jurue iwuiou w. I witt Th RtHt" nere ,B ""a."0, souaipiu- over wub is iu suuuk uiamiueu uun HDoara a cattle snip is recovering in.

ine senators Who nave oeen- orariinit ine iinai uoras arier naving been lifted from the vessel to a

Darden Said solid Citizens catv nev have on nr.

derly community unless they are i willing to stick
their necks out and testify against miscreants. s
Nobody, he reported, has been willing to tell po-
lice wh stoned a police sedan a patrol wagon, an'
American policeman and a Panamanian police
guard 10 days ago.
-. The Civic Council must report to Potter by Feb. 20.
Whethar ferry-ramp hoodlums and contraband sell-'
ers will wreck La Boca or the respectable, law abid abiding
ing abiding element will be able to save, the town was a moot
question at week's end.
; New York's bit waterfront strike bids fair to
jockef Panama Line sailings considerably If -it xoe -on
long enough. But the liner Ancon Is due to shove
: off from Cristobal tomorrow for Haiti and New

xvtk, or wnerever she can tend on the East Coast.

vr-Hral enrlnir load AVfr Wilt "The Stilt'

of a point per game. It also lvt,r fi?.SwS5 version" of the resolution to report to the floor for .Canal launch by means of
Chamberlain of Kansas by a margin of J" debate have gotten all wound up In a bitter dlsoute The bull caught Dr. Uldrlco

over whether congress should 3 authorize President
Eisenhower to defend ,th'Mlddle East with Ameri American
can American forces against-' Communist aggression.1, .or
whether to approve, in advance, such action by the

President, if necessary, i. or whether merely to say

tecord for a Columbia player and ties him for high
ilnsrle game In the Ivy League. ; '"i"
Whfle Forte breezed through another semational.
performance. North Carolina ran its unbeaten strliig
fc 20f by beaUng Wake Forest, 72-W. But, for th
fourth straight game, the Tarheels had to do it in
the losing seconds, with Tommy Kearns providing
the margin of victory. J y
- .' In other top games, Seton HaU beat Cahslus, 102-

7. Bowling Green beat Toledo, la-os, in overwi
Kotr DamV topped Butler, 70-65. LoulsyUle whipwd

A wianmvanntnno uinh

Caueht Dr. mriHnrt T.nmharrll hit imrl a'.

he Was Kivine ftri inler.tlnn t.n nnnthvr Dhlmal Tit.

wound Is located near the groin, a spot where fight
big pulls often' gore matadors. -

Fire Which started on a. hsro- t Pjrtrn DmiAl'

the United. States Is prepared .to fight, to keep the suited m the sinking of the pleasure craft Virginia
communists out and damaging of two other cruisers, the Aranco and
Authorize... approve.., be prepared to fight. : is the Hilda- ,.-- ,, ,

there really any great difference in tnose worasr
Don't they add up to the same thing 1

rw "?u??'Z?rtSi T ir.nfiinirW heat-Wl- iJ,e answer is yes.wey ag niesn, lor pracucai

iwarqueise. T .'. purposes, the same -thing should the Communist move

fhlta, 82-76

I North Carolina State would 1 like to hold its wjf in,
Wstinatlon ot charges that it violated basketball re-
cruitlng regulations.- .... .
State made the proposal in comment on an Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Coast Conference decision refusing again to hold
further Investigations of theJackle Moreland case
Hie Conference and -the NCAA both Imposed stiff
penalties on North Carolina State tor allegedly offer offer-lntr
lntr offer-lntr Moreland money and other Inducements beyond
wrat the regulations provide. .
In reviewing its decision last weekend, the Confer-,
ence did cut a t5000 fine against North Carolina
State to $2500. But that was all-
- Stat firbixjsed what It called- a "full and comntete"
Investigation on Its own. asked I witnesses In the
cse to apnenr at the school Feb. 23 for the hearings.
. ii.. ni.t r.t fh haslr.et.hall news. ... :.

- The trend to tell timber eould very wel be hroken- hands Qf

vn bv a youna tnani in a viuae, "-r ...
rMa. Tbe' bov now stands sevn fe.t-"rne,u, and
doctors eay toe mav grow to M feet. Only trouble Is,
hes. never even seen a basketbalL
There' was plenty of action on baseball's contract

iro",

Into the Middle East by force. President Elsenhower's
reaction could and would be the same under any of

the .three lorms suggested. - ;
' But constitutionally. ., and for future American
Presidents and Congresses, too;, '.there could be a
"great difference.
Democratic senators who fought to drop the word
."authorize" from the resolution had two things in
mind: 1
One .tljey wanted to avoid any implication
that the Congress was delegating Its war-making
powers to the President. In advance of a declaration
of war. To authorize the President, in advance, to
engage the United States armed forces Jn war ac action,
tion, action, could be Interpreted that way.

.- The San Francisco Examiner foresees lower tolls
for the Canal as a result of the recent conference
between Canal, executives and Pacific Coast ship ship-ping
ping ship-ping lines. ."

Austin, donnnrt hnseman -Nellie Fox siefted with the

; Crt'caro White Sox at a slight raise after hitting .296.
year.'-"-' ..
The CIeve)nd Tndlar4 signed first baseman Vic

. .W't! to a $?s.000 contract.

'Two... they also wanted to avoid any implication
that the President didn't have power to act on his

own In an emergency in the Middle-East, or else elsewhere.
where. elsewhere. Some feared the. resolution would tie the

President Elsenhower. . or some future

president... hi this way: to leave the word authority
In, wouldMmply that authority were neededT,. and
therefore a future President would be reluctant to
move unless he obtained the authority. Furthermore, s
by retaining the word authority, it would indicate
the President's power to act were limited by the
resolution. .he could not go outside it. That was an

other thing which troubled some of the constitutional

experts.

r

Some favor a sea-level Canal, others a locks and
, lake realignment, but various commentators hr the
Statos-partlcularly In the Congress voiced a wisn
that active moves be taken toward solving the Canal'
long-range, problems of capacity and vulnerability,
Burglaries1, thefts and other crimes diminished
nodceaoiy in Panama City during the week as police
authorities rounuea. up more than 4U noodlums, some
of wnom were sentenced for vagrancy.
Pouce aiso tracaea tiown the man who stabbed a'
Pauama-cuy resident wno awoke in his bearoom to
grapple wiui a. tnie during an attempted gurglary.
A young man wno stole some jewels irom tne own- -er
ot a house ne was painting, and tne hoodlum who
failed in an attempt to wrest a ticket venaors purse
from her were also nabbed by the police.
' Government intervention was predicted Into the
, gasoline price war which features some service sta-
tions celling gas at 29, 30 and 31 cents per gallon
instead of 34 as established by the price regulatinr
office.- ; 1,
i. .M -,
- A group of gas station operators met Tuesday and
agreed to request government inspection of all gas
stations to establisned whether gas pumps are dis dispensing
pensing dispensing a full gallon and whether the petrol Is being
mixed with other liquids.

The administration never took a stand speclflcal- The Panama government is reportedly making

Cateher J. W. Porter -s Kned with Detroit,-leaving - i7i fiAn' ?ian? w,IaPmei .9. contr the smuggUng

.yers yet to come w Z"t-.-' "'Ta "F'.?m mm Manama. ?

the Tigers with only
terms- :-

eight players

The New York Yankees cut their unsigned list to
17 by comoletlnst contracts with outfielders Norm
Riphem and rookie Bob-Martvn.

And the New York Giants signed up shortston Darvl
Boencer; third baseman Foster Castleman and south- ;
. paw Jim Constable. The Giants v have .only, rookie
' Curtis Bartley still. to sign. - V---'
,., .. ,,
- The defending chamnions barely won Thursday
the mixed foursome golf tournament xln Boca Raton,
Florida. : v ''
i Walcott Brown of Manasquan. NJ.. and Anne Ouast
LMarvsville, Washington, reached the quarter-finals
rtien Brown sank a 15-4oot putt on the lth hole..
That gave them a 1-up victory over Don Hoenic or
Wethersfleld, Conn.; and Polly Riley of Fort Worth,

.Texas.

seeking such a direct answer were ducked- The ad

ministration position was simply thfs: whether or

not tnerresiaent tne power, a. joint aeciaration tional contraband inspectors If they are provided by
of th Congress and the President of our intentions tn Government

m tne Miaaie East would be neiprui.

In addition, the Panama Chamber of Commerceis

said to be disposed to pay the salaries of two addl-

-. The democrats say that's what the President .is
getting. And so they lopped out in committee the
word authority and substituted a flat declaration

that the United States is prepared to fight.

the government.

, Eight nersons were fined dnrinr the nast week

for oossesslnr commissary sucar. cirarets. beer and

Britain followed up Its grimN warning against an
atomic rocket war by handing its allies a secret de defense
fense defense outline. t

Plans' to solve Panamas water problem were dis-

, cussed at a meeting Tuesday of the Aqueduct and

eewer committee headed by Health Minister Mrs."

uecuia nneitemon.

1

I. Immediate' steps to be taken include a plea for the
public to avoid the needless waste of water, the in-'

stallation of 6,000 new meters in suburban areas and

The Foreign Office announced that "a certain pro

posal aoout tne iuture pattern 01 our iorces- wasthe setting u of three tanks In ax manv mihnrhsTn
given' to ambassadors of the western union nations mSjiZ P f"6;"?1" m manT owb&n
in London Wednesday. ,; .. .

' The secret proposal apparently -contains the de- M -
in San Antonio Texas, the par-breakers went to "tails not mentioned in Defense Minister Sands report far ag can be forecast, thc-pefense Department will
? V 'T.-j 1. V. Vr. 0 m mriioint fi.nihn hinti Rritoin win i.t honk- seek a renewal. ,.. l.

7ork In the first round of the Texas Onen. Former
National Ocen-champion Ed Furgol and Bob Kay of
West Hartford, Conn., led earlv finishers, each with
slx-underpar 65. With half the field in, they led

Johnny Palmer, and Ilmmv Demaret bv one stroke

ta Parliament. Sandvs hinted Britain will cut back see

irnMind inri air fnrfmltmpnt tn NATTl nnif

promised to end the British draft atf soon as possible. A New York drug firm had a special greeting for
4. m -:. s --r sweethearts and lovers on Valentine's Day.
He also warned that Russia soon will be able" to Dan Cupid put arrow to bow and let fly. The re-

I Orouooeodo at BT were-National Open rhamnlon car- blast Britain- and most of continental Europe with sultj -loye perhaps. y head colds erasure, -jays the.

I 1 mutulc.ulAi imiu munin.!.! w u.. u.i m-- sr - . . . . . .-.

and amateurs Juan Estrada oof -Mexico and Re "All idea of defending BrtUin with lighter .aircraft
Bxter -..,-.-"' i...1s.1ii lias been abandoned."; r ..- y--
Dow Flnsterwald who won the Tucson Ooen on ; In Washington.5 observers see no chance" that the
Monday decided to nass mv the Texas Open in-favor United JBtates will foUow Briteln's lead in planning
V of a rest Flnsterwald ald hehas a sprained left an early end to the military draft. They sav the A-
htnd- merican draft act runs until raid-1859 and that as

-The-company says "the odds are ten to one -that
boyfriends and husbands will pick up cold if they
hand out kisses along with their Valentine, greetings.'
The firm is offering a free-supply of cold tablets
for who catches cold along- with love.

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GLOW OVER A LITTLE DOLLARS WHEN YOU

TWO-BIT DEAL?

J-USTAFEW.

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IF PROMOTER-IF BIX DOES HIS JOB AND VANISHES WITH WITH-THE
THE WITH-THE KID THAT'LL GIVE THE WIDOW A CHANCE
TO MARRY THE BOSS. ONCE SHE IN THE

MONEY I CAN BLACKMAIL HER FOR THE

REST OF HER LIFE IF

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