Throughout the world
more people buy J j
than any other
"Let the people know the truth and the country i$ $afe" Abraham Lincoln, x
TeL Panama WI975 CoWn 779 797
PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, JANUARY XT, 1959
TEN I 'KNTI
' HOMEWARD and
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Dept. US Army
The U. S. State Department and
the Department of the Army were
branded as "racketeers" last night
by student leader Carlos Arellano
Lennox to climax a "sovereignty
rally" which got under way sev several
eral several hours late.
The rally, orgamzed by the Dos
de Mayo Movement, a faction of
the Manama uiuvem.j y.
Union led ,by AreUano, had been
scheduled to get underway at 5
p.m., with a parade from the Le Legislative
gislative Legislative Palace along Central Ave.
up to Santa Ana Plaza.
The parade was apparently
called off owing to the small
number of demonstrators who
showed tip. However, the orga orga-nizers
nizers orga-nizers managed to get a group
estimated at aout 150 to gather
t Santa Ana Plaza more than
two hours later to hear five of
the seven scheduled speakers.
In addition to Arellano, the
speakers were Assemblyman Aqui Aqui-lino
lino Aqui-lino Boyd, Ramon Pereira, Jose M.
Ouiros y Quiros and Julio Sosa
Arosemena, secretary general of
i J AMiaii A m nn s-
the university, auu niu
sador to London Cesar Guillen,
were not present.
The crowd swelled to about 250
to 300 by the time meeting ended
at 9:15 p.m.
. .i..u.n Wall Street
Areuanu isu uian -for
the attitude of the United States
towards the recent extension of
Panama's territorial water limit to
12 miles, ana asKeu.
ih tt S protest
when strong countries bke Pent
extendeo tneir iernun now.
, :a i nog ViR(niise the
Areiiano sam ii rr:
tension "did not aueci u-
terests ot wau auwi.
The student leader,
..i ...i.itnf in a Catholic
Srivate scnooi,, 4
inlted States .claims rights In
the Gulf of Mexle and now
wants to deny Panama's right in
rV n T TanfAl.T.
Referring to u. o,
Flood (D-Pa.) Arellano said he
wished he was here to see if there
were any puuut b-
among the speakers.
... j s.ia Panamanians
are a democratic people who are
well aware oi me us
" "Although we are demowato we
are not msposea io
tit ii oi.nf im1 la IT GO.
Following wis icuia,
thanked his Usteners and the meet
Sack Fades; Paris
Designers To Give
The Boys A Break
PARIS; (UPD- Paris fashion
designers are going to, give tte
boys a break this season by bring bringing
ing bringing back the waistline. But they re
not going to overdo it. Bosos will
H.a?Crseeeason's high "empire"
waistline seems to be on the way
out. The sack of preceding seasons
is only a memory. Starts will be
This is the consensus among peo people
ple people in the high ? fashion know
with Paris about to unveil to the
world press its pace setting col collections
lections collections during next week's twice-a-year
The dictators of this fashion cap capital
ital capital are as hush hush about the
details of their forthcoming models
as Detroit automakers are about
But several of the dressmakers
and members of their staff sto sto-u
u sto-u took the pins and needles
mi their mouth slong enough
- jf u. naneral trend.
"The waistline will bewhere it
ioMrprs as well as
dresses," said a member of the
house of Jean Fatou, lnarcnuuK
sacks and chemises of past Sea
sons are truiy passe.
Couturier Jacques Helm echoed
this 'sentiment. He said gowns
kouo nlentv at shnTM but bUStlinOS
would not be of "the Jayne Mans
The Italian designers currently
showing their collections have
won ma'sculine applause by their
auurAiii trftatmatnt m4 the bosom.
Unt oft of onlno snlnff thrniiffU
flii nrlr npriiW nnrl a mainr DolitlC-
al crisis, French dressmakers seem
ro De in no mooa tor ecceniriciues.
mis season's une wul he weii
nfiatrntpH and tiroll HiflnpH
Heim said. "Women will feel at
ease wearing .v
The consensus was that skirt
one inch to one and one half Inches
. it. 1 A.
longer man last season, out more
designers said that specific lengths
wouiu ueveuu ua iue ijrpt t aress.
STARTING AT THE TOP is nothing new for these two Army En Engineer
gineer Engineer painters as they jfiye an annual coat of silver paint to the
flagpole in front of Headquarters, U.S. Army Caribbean, Fort Ama Amador.
dor. Amador. In case any acrophobia sufferers are wondering, the pole is 74
feet six inches from top to terra firma. (U.S. Army Photo)
Advises Castro To
WASHINGTON, Jan. 24 (UPI-
Rep. Charles O. Porter (D-Ore.)
just back from Cuba, says the
more than 200 persons executed
by the rebel government "aerserv "aerserv-ed
ed "aerserv-ed to die."
Porter, a freauent critic of La
tin American dictators, said the
storm ot protest in mis cuuuuy
aoainst the killings was "half-
cocked even though Well-inten
"All evidence was that the trials
were just ana naa oeeu uuue piu piu-perly,
perly, piu-perly, Porter said. He said that
those executed were convicted of
torturing and murdering aeiense-
Several lawmakers who have
been critical of the rebel trials
and executions declined rebel lead
er Fidel Castros invitation to
come to Cuba see for tnemseives
cHcs nrierates. Porter
j 7- ....
who spent two aays in uua, iu
his investigation uncovered no
nrnnf of anv "drum-neaa coun
martials or bloodbaths."
Tho tho rnneressman said he
recommended to Castro that the
i i i J ,lui "onanlaplo"
repei leaner swy olit-v..
Segregation Battle In South
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (UPI)-A
new battle on the broad front of
Negro segregation is heating up
in this first1 capital of the Confed Confederacy.
eracy. Confederacy. It is being waged over Negro
It has the potential of over
shadowing, by far, Integration of
the schools -for it goes clear to
the roots of white supremacy in
the Deep South. In one of the
counties affected, Negroes out outnumber
number outnumber whites by seven to one..
Involved is the effectiveness of
President Eisenhower's new Civil
Rights Commission in conflict with
state sovereignty, involved lndl
directly Is Tuskegee Institute, the
78-year-old ? Negro university lo located
cated located 40 miles from here amid the
red day cotton and peinut fields
Justice In Trials;
of trials in the Havana Sport Pa
lace where thousands watched the
proceedings. Castro followed, this
Porter said his trip convinced
him that the new Cuban regime
is not made up of a "rabble in
"They are not that type of peo
ple," he said. 'They do not be believe
lieve believe in promiscuous killings."
Porter said one of the greatest
needs of the Castro government
was "the friendliness, interest and
forebearance of the American
MONDAY, JAN. 26
10:59 a.m -0.9 ft.
11:19 p-m -0.4 ft.
and the piney woods.
Caught up personally are two
young judges, once ciassmaies
and friends at the University of
Alabama; now at opposite poles in
the segregation struggle.
The first skirmish reaches its
climax tomorrow morning in a
Montgomery federal courtroom
when U. S. District Judge Frank
M. Johnsor Jr., 42, hears con contempt
tempt contempt of court charge against
former Circuit Judge George Wal Wallace,
lace, Wallace, 39, that could put Wallace
Wallace Is charged with defying
a federal court order to make
available to investigators of the
Civil Rights Commission the voter
registration records or nesiroy
Barbour and Bullock counties
where complaints have been made
Cano Zones Carnival Preparations
Gather Steam; Flag-raising Thursday
Following the announcement by Gov. Willi am'E. Potter that Victor Herr was to act as gen general
eral general chairman Of the Canal Zone Carnival Committee, plans were underway at weeks' end for what
could add up to one right-jay-week of activity as more and more people begin to the charm
of the Carnival Season.
The official Canal Zone Queen, lovely Carol Dimpfl, was in attendance at the initial committee
meeting along with others who will work on the co nmltttee including Nellie Holgerson Flor Marie
Diez, Pasquale Monaco, Air Force Sgt. Ronnie A mato, Arthur O'Leary Jr., Bill Mallory and Victor
Kick-off in the Canal Zone initial production will be a flag raising ceremony next Tuesday at
4:30 p.m. to be held in the circle opposite the Po st Office in Balboa.
Music will be under the joint
sponsorship of WO Englart and
Sgt. Ronnie Amato.
All Queens who participate in
Carnival and their courts will be
invited to attend. The raising of
the official Canal Zone Carnival
Flag by Potter and the reigning
Queen of the Republic will usher
in the gay Carnival.
Celebration in the Republic is
not unlike Mardi Grass or Shrove
Tuesday which is the last of seve several
ral several days of fun and festival cele-
MOSCOW, Jan. 24 (UPI) So Soviet
viet Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev
said in a speech made public to
day that Russia will continue to
hold the missiles ana saieuiies
lead it won despite U.S. attempts
to retard Soviet development.
Tass, the official Soviet news
agency, reported on the speech
Khrushchev made yesterday at
Leningrad at a luncheon for visit visiting
ing visiting Finnish';, President Urho Kek-,
konem C. '
"America does noi trade with us,
and is donducting a discriminato discriminatory
ry discriminatory policy," he said. "But this does
not worry us. T should say that
American policy is suffering a nas-
"The U. S. ruling circles thought
by their trade restrictions to re retard
tard retard the development of our eco
nomy, the development of our
science and techjology. And what
came of it"
Khrushchev then listed Soviet
missile feats as an indication of
"the high level of science and tech
nology" in his country.
"I think the Americans, too. will
develoo rockets and launch
them." he added.
if S ..."'
GREAT BALLS OF SNOW! Ik Flower, near Saranac Lake, N.Y., is a mass of large
snowballs, rolled by quixotic winds. A rare combination of wind, snow, temperature and
humidity made the phenomenon possible. Goggle-eyed residents stared unbelieving as thou thousands
sands thousands of snowballs rolled around the lake as if by the hands of Invisible men.
Gathers Steam Over Negro
that Negroes were being denied
the opportunity to register.
Wallace Instead put the record!
in the hands of county grand jur
ies which he had summoned. The
records subsequently were shown
to the investigators by the grand
juries, but Johnson quickly or
dered Wallace to snow cause why
he should not be held in contempt.
The case can be heard either
by a jury or by Johnson himself,
depending on his own decision. If
a jury should una Wallace guilty.
he faces a maximum possible
sentence of SI .000 fine and six
months imprisonment. If found
guilty by Johnson, the maximum
penalty is $400 and 45 days in
Johnson, a Republican appoint-
brated just before Lent begins. It
is like a great fair.
The European Cities of Paris,
Rome, Nice and Venice havo long
been famous for their celebration
of it. Masks, costumes, parades,
elaborate floats, flags and noise noise-makers
makers noise-makers are everywhere.
After raising of the official Car Carnival
nival Carnival Flag in Balboa Miss Canal
Zone and the National Queens and
their entourages will then officiate
at a ceremony in the Tivou uuesi
The Canal Zone Carnival Com Committee
mittee Committee hopes that everyone, in
?ome way, participates in the of official
ficial official Carnival both in the Canal
Zone and in PanamS.
Highlighting the plans which are
not vet complete, will be the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Ball at the Tivoli Guest
House Saturday, Feb. 7, with
music again furnished by Amato.
This function, presently schedul scheduled
ed scheduled as a dinner dance, will be at attended
tended attended by the Canal Zone Oueen
and her court with the possible ap appearance
pearance appearance later that night by the of-
For Space Ships
Main Problem Now
, MPSCOW (UPIV-Soviet scien scientists
tists scientists have designed Several types
of interplanetary rockets and are
working on navigational devices
for space travel, Pravda reported
The Communist party newspa newspaper
per newspaper said the main problem now
was the development of naviga navigational
tional navigational instruments to guide space
Vasily Siforov, a member of the
Academy of Sciences, suggested
in Pravda that artificial satellites,
such as the Russian cosmic rocket
now orbiting around the sun,
could be used as radio beacons to
aid in navigation.
He said radio communications
facilities would be installed in the
first space vehicles that "soon
will travel to the moon, Mars and
ed to the federal bench by Eisen
hower in 1955, is known as a
strict disciplinarian. Wallace is a
Democrat and was defeated in the
last party primary by newly in inaugurated
augurated inaugurated Alabama Gov. John
Patterson. Wallace's term as cir cir-cuit
cuit cir-cuit judge ended last Monday.
Wallace has strong white back backing
ing backing in this city which has seen
racial troubles for the past sev several
eral several yeairs involving the Rev. Mar Martin
tin Martin Luther Kin Jr. and the bus
boycott and the bombing of Ne Negro
gro Negro churches.
The case is the offshoot of the
first field investigation Eisenhow
er s Commission has made oi
Negro voting discrimination. The
commission met here in Decem
ber and heard reports of denials
of Negro registration.
ficial Queen of the Republic. Also
in the planning stage is a recep reception
tion reception by B.P.O.E. 1414 of Balboa.
The last official Canal Zone bit
in the weeks-long list of interesting
activity ""11 be the Carnival float
which w enter the parade on
Tuesday, Feb. 10.
From GOP Polilicos
DES MOINES, Iowa, Jzn. 24
(UPI) Discordant sounds from
Republican Congressional cam campaign
paign campaign chairmen put Presiden' Ei Ei-fenhower
fenhower Ei-fenhower on notice today of a deep
seated demand for more aggres aggressive
sive aggressive political leadersh p on his
These off-key notes came to the
GOP National committee on con consecutive
secutive consecutive days from Sen. Barry
Goldwater (Ariz.) and Rep. Rich Richard
ard Richard M. Simpson (Pa.), chairmen
of the Senate and House cam-
paicn committees, respectively.
Both in effect challenged the White
Kouse to take the lead in showing
where the Renubl can party stands
and how it differs from the Demo-,
The national committee took no
similar action at its two-day meet meeting
ing meeting which ended yesterday. It a a-dooted
dooted a-dooted a resolution praising the'
leadersnip of Eisenhower and Vice
Pesldent Richard M. Nixon.
It approved another adopting the
Eisenhower backed program out outlined
lined outlined by party chairman Meade
Alcorn to rebuild the party orga organization
nization organization to try for a comeback
in 19G0. His program also called
for a GOP committee to write a
declaration of long range princi principles
ples principles for the pprty.
Only Daniel E. McLean, Massa Massachusetts
chusetts Massachusetts GOr chairmar spoke un
in open session to reply to what
he called "unwarrpn'eH criticism"
of the President by Goldwater and
One document drawn up by
Tuskegee, noted that in Macon
County where the institute is lo
cated, there was a Negro popula population
tion population of 27,384 and 3,177 white resi residents,
dents, residents, but that only 1,100 Negroes
were registered as against a.uib
Dr. Luther Foster, president of
Tuskegee, gave as examples of
Negro discrimination the cases of
two members of his faculty, ur.
Daniel Wynn and Dr. William
Wynn has a doctor of philosophy
degree from Boston University
and Hunter, acting dean of the
School of Education, has a doc doctorate
torate doctorate in education, but both were
barred from registering after tak taking
ing taking tests on educational qualifications-blunter
estates US View;
Speech Coming Up
WASHINGTON, Jan. 24 (UPI) Reo. Daniel J. Flood
(D-Pa.) has exchanged letters with the Department of
State concerning Panama legislation extending coastal
waters to a 12-mile limit.
The State Department in a letter to Flood said Ar- ;
tide XXIV of the United States-Panama convention of
1903 meant that unilateral action by Panama cannqt
modify United States rights under that convention.
Flood in a House speech earlier this month charged
that the extension of Panamanian waters would surround
the two seaward ends of the Canal Zone with Panamanian
Flood is now preparing a new speech on the subject,
expected to be made in the House of Representatives
The State Department letter to Flood was dated Jan.
IS, and was signed by William B. Macomber, Jr., Assist Assistant
ant Assistant secretary of state for Congressional relations.
The text of Macomber's letter
o flood was as follows
"I have for reply your letter
dated Dec. 22, 1958, addressed to
the secretary of state, in which
you refer to the approval of legis legislation
lation legislation by Panama for the purpose
of extending its coastal waters to
a limit of 12-miles.
"Your comments on this action
by Panama and its possible impli implications
cations implications for United States interests
"The Department of State close closely
ly closely follower! the preliminary poli political
tical political and legislative developments
leading to enactment of this legis legislation
lation legislation which has as its purpose
the extension of the territorial sea
of Panama to a distance of 12
miles from its coast.
"After care.ully studying law
No. 58 embodying this legislation
as signed by the President of
Panama Dec. 18, 1958, the de department
partment department instructed our ambas ambassador
sador ambassador to Panama to deliver a note
to the government of Panama in
which this government states its
non-reeognition of the provisions
of the law and reserved all of
its ri hts in the area which is
the subject of the law.
"The note was delivered to the
foreign minister of Panama, Jan
9, 1959 The department has also
issued a press release, a copy of
which is enclosed, which embodies
the text of the note
"As of interest to you, I refer
to that portion of the provisions
of Article XXIV of the Convention
of 1903 between the United States
and Panama which sUtes, no
change either in the government
or in the laws and treaties of the
Republic of Panama shall without
the consent of the United States,
affect any right of the United States
under the present convention, or
under any treaty stipulation be
tween the two countries that now
No Thank You For
LONDON, Jan. 24 (Urn Field
Marshal Viscount Montgomery
ruefully admitted last night that
President Eisenhowe; is no longer
corresponding with him since he
criticized Eisenhower's conduct of
the war in his memoirs.
"If I have lost the friendship of
this great .nan it would be very
distressing to m very distres distressing'
sing' distressing' Mon'gomery said.
Montgomery said he sent Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower an autographed copy with
personal inscription of his me memoirs
moirs memoirs but had -eceived no acknow
ledgment from the President. His
Christmas greetings brought only
silence, he said.
Mon'gomery made the state statements
ments statements in a British Broadcasting
Corporation interview with two
former war correspondents, Rich Richard
ard Richard Dimb'ey of the BBC and
Charles Collingwood of the Colum Columbia
bia Columbia Broadcasting System.
During the interview Montgome Montgomery
ry Montgomery criticized the "American con con-ceptios
ceptios con-ceptios of military action" in Eu Europe
rope Europe during World War II and said
the world's troubles today stem stemmed
med stemmed from a divided Germany.
In his memoirs Lord Montgo Montgomery
mery Montgomery called the President a "grea"
man" but said in his opinion Ei
senhower s stratefiy was expen
sive in lives and resulted in hard
feelings between the Americans
and the British.
exists or may hereafter exist touch
ing the subject matter of this miiu
"Accordingly, such unilateral
tion on the part of -Panama can
not modify or impair United States
rights, power ana au'hority under r
th Convention oft?08.; y
For National Ills
WASHINGTON, Jan. 24 (UPI (UPI-Sen.
Sen. (UPI-Sen. Paul H. Douglas said today
the Eisenhower administrative's
anti-inflation program whould give
attention to unemployment prob problems
lems problems and slackening production as
well as price stability.
The Illinois Democrat said thi
President has created "another
committee" to do a job which pre presumably
sumably presumably was being done by Ei
senhower's council of economic ad advisers.
visers. advisers. The President created a special
committee yesterday to make sure
government purchases and other
federal activities do not fan infla inflationary
tionary inflationary fires by driving up pricei
"All these factors need to be
considered substantial, equal en
ployment and maximum produc production,
tion, production, as well as price stability
Dpuglas said. "We had all three for
the 21 months between March 1951
and December 1952, when the Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower administration came in.
"Since this administration took
over, the rate of growth has slack slackened,
ened, slackened, we have had two recessions
and an increase in prices."
Reds Curb Progress
At Geneva Talks,
Say US Officials
WASHINGTON Jan. 24 (UPI)
American officials charged today
that Russia is blocking progress
1 the nuclear ban (test talks in
Geneva and rying t shK ths ths-blame
blame ths-blame onto Britain and the Unite
They said Russia obviously was
trying to obscure the fact that the
western powers have made a sub substantial
stantial substantial concessin in an efirt to
reach agreement on con'inued sus sus-pen
pen sus-pen ion of nuclear weapons tests.
This was the conclusion of top
U.S. o'ficials after an analysis of
Russia's Thursday statement in
which the western powers were
accused of trying o "bring" about
failure" of the Geneva itaftr by
raising technical p'oblems.
Officials here sai-' the lengthy
Sovie statement, v distributed by
the official Tass new- agency; un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly was put out to, try to
confuse wo Id opinion and obscure
the major concession Britaia fend
the United State' made last Mon Monday.
day. Monday. ..
At that time the two western
powers abandoned the'r insist insistence
ence insistence that continued suspension of
nuclear testing be deodendent
. i ii . m .. at etj
pon progress in other fields of dla
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LOOKING AT THE QUEENS
$U an observer, and with strictly no qualifications for judging
beauty confesta other than being an average male, I would like to
QffVr some comments on the judging of the Canal Zone Queen at the
Central Theater last night.
""Never having seen such an array of both Panamanian ana
American beautv under one roof before, I can understand how a
mere male, juage or no, couio nt iiuwiiuci uv una uomiuis ..&.. i.
By ROBERT C. RUAK
An old chum of mine, Mr. Earl
Thacker of Honolulu and the world
fell into the house the other day
as pari on his latest trip around
the wo-ld, and seemed a little
younger, if anything, for being 60
years old, millionaire, retired,
and just about to art another HO
robust years ot having a great
ti.ire for himself.
I suppose that anyone who has
ever been to Honolulu or the Ori Orient
ent Orient would know Brother Thaeker,
because he has been a steady Pa Pacific
cific Pacific hand fo. about 35 years.
Maybe there is somebody Earl
doesn't know, but if he doesn't
they've never beei. to Honolulu,
Japan, the Malay States, Hong
Kosg, the Philippines, or the West
Coast of America.
He is a most difficult man to
describe, being practically ageless.
He looks younger at 60 than he
did at 50, and 1 presume he looked
younger at 50 than he did at 40.
He is a touch on the heavy-set
side, bui thei. he alway.s was.
And when it comes to riding a
Nonsense! Who Ever Heard of a Skinny Pig?"
jijvic; in-- juuftv v-A .a, - i .....v. ... v -
However, beautiful legs are still a prize requisite in this type ot fractious horsu up or down a moun
contest the world over. Because oi this, in my opinion, inu. o dim
No JO, charniiitg though thev were, had no place in tne nnai.s.
In their place I would have chosen the little dazzler in the white
.suit. For some unknown reason, she was eliminated early in the pro proceedings.
ceedings. proceedings. Two exceptionally good figures in my opinion also, were
t No. 2, a tall blonde showgirl type, and No. 17, a trim and tiny
Hail to the Canal Zone Queen, who displayed remarkable grace
and poise, and to the Panama Carnival Junta for this gesture of
cood will to their American neighbors. Also, the stage presentation
and the Panamanian musicians and dancers were much en.ioyed by
Viva el Carnival.
Although I have been on the shelf for a few weeks allow:
me to congratulate the active Panama labor inspector who
secured an increase in pay at the brewery from 27 cents to 30
cents per hour and the privilege for employes of working 15
hours daily at the same rate of 30 cents per hour.
I learned about this wonderful increase in pay when giving
one of the workers a lift this morning and he said that due
to increased production the employes are allowed to earn this
extra money if thpy want work 15 hours per day.
Another item of note is that I had a letter from the
International sales manager of one of the biggest breweres in
the world and he states that he is interested in the market
here and the new brewery being opened at David -- "El Baru"
Brewery. I am trying to convince him that, like the powdered
milk Industry, tnere would De notning so iorceiui as me as association
sociation association of a powerful U.S. brewery with this little plant to
push it and wages to the place where they belong.
Before I close let me say this the minimum wage in the
Canal Zone is 50 cents per hour for men learning their duties
mtj when time over 40 hours per week is worked they get paid
pv&rtlme' at rate of time and one half or 75 cents per hour.
Aii' the Panama students able 'to figure wages and over time
mmn knocking the about the pies in the Canal Zone not being
Marked "P. P. P." and do they prefer starvation wages as long
BAihey can be patriotic.
viva Panama, adelante siempTe.
'". Wm. Worker.
I Ijwas at dorgas hospital Wednesday afternoon when an
ambulance brought in an unconscious man wearing uniform
! 3152 bf the Canal Zone penitentiary. I was told that the
warden had punished this prisoner with 60 days in the hole for
' talking back to a policeman. The prisoner, apparently hard
', hit by this treatment, was said to have tried to hang himself.
This Is the second such story I have heard of from the
t penitentiary in less than 10 months.
An ex-convict tells me the Hole is roach-infested, almost
airless, damp and has no beds. If, in addition to the hard
" labor that is part of their regular sentence, prisoners must be
further subjected to this sort of inhumanity, the matter should
- be brought publicly to the highest authorities on the Zone.
C Sergio Cuealon E.
The general public may not know "To Where from Here?"
(Mail Box, Jan. 30) and the earlier writer Fool No. 73" are, but
most of the pilots believe these letters to have been written by
. cne and the same individual, and they know his identity, too.
Since he is so anxious to let the public know about the
: activities and problems of the pilots and their union, why
' doesn't he let the public know all about the matters he writes
Why doesn't he tell them that he is really the "Know
! Nathing Party" he refers to, and why doesn't he tell them that
the reason he knows nothing about the pilots union any more
" is that he is no longer eligible to attend their meetings Why
' doesn't he tell that he pays no dues whatsoever because he has
s been suspended from membership as of last year?
Why doesn't he tell the public that the only constructive
thing he ever did for the pilots association in a'l the years he
was a member was to get himself kicked out so that the rest
." of the pilots could get down to work and try to accomplish
Most of all, why doesn't he shut up?
Much has been written in the Mail Box about the postal
service in Panama, but nothing seems to have been done about
it. I am tired of receiving my mail a week or more after it
arrives in Panama.
Why doesn't Panama's Director of Telegraph and Mail ask
Governor Potter for a little help? Perhaps some of the Spanish Spanish-speaking
speaking Spanish-speaking Zone postal employes could visit Panama's Central
Post Office and substations as observers and suggest improve improvements
ments improvements in mail handling, as well as stressing the importance of
mail to the general public. I believe this would improve the
tervice and possibly put a stop to the long delays in mall
despatch from one office to another.
Let's do something to Improve the service.
For Good Service
toin trail or ch sing a Nauru deer
afooi on his ranch in Molokai,
h is still as frisky as a colt des despite
pite despite the bulk.
Thacker's success story is con considerable.
siderable. considerable. He went lo sea as a kid,
and by the time he was 24 he had
a master's unlimited license, and
was chief officerof the President
Wilson on the Far East run. I
He paused for refreshment one
("ay in Honolulu and it had to
be coconut milk, because Ea.rl
doesn't drink liquor or -smoke
and decided that a swamp called
Waikiki looked like a reasonable
chunk of real estate.
Whereupon, he jumped ship, if
an officer can jump ship, and set
up shop in the Dil'ingham Building
r 1930. He was handicapped by
rot being a missionary's son, and
so didn't get in on the real ground
floor of Hawaii's lush development
But he had a keen eye for p"oe p"oe-ty,
ty, p"oe-ty, whether it was a swamp ooze
One way or the other. Earl Tha Thacker
cker Thacker had a stubby finger is most
I of the develoDment that made 'he
Hawaiian islands the daezling
spectacle they are today.
He had the Thacker Corp. and
the Earl Thack. Co. For 20 years
1 was director and Vice-President
of Hawaiian Ho'els, Ltd., now the
Matson hotels, and was president
of the Honolulu Realty Board and
chairman the Real Empire Com Commission.
mission. Commission. He was a director of a
transport company called the
Cnay Lines, and commodore of
the Hnolulu Yacht Club beFore the
Ja.os did it over in 1941.
His hospitality has been almost
u.iparalleled. A letter or a word
from even an acquaintance, and
Thacker's horrl ranches and ho-tel-and-transport
at you- disposal.
Several thousand individual sol sol-.iers
.iers sol-.iers and sailors will remember
that his opei. house, during the
v ar. turned Oahu into something
m:re than a manpower encrusted
rork in the ocean.
Possibly he "ot tired of turning
enormous real estate deals, be because
cause because the other day he signed
over all the business to his 28-
ear-old son, H. Dickev Thacker.
and departed for another swing
around the world.
He stopped off to see a couple
malnnjihs, the new Pope, and
me and A'tie Shaw, in Spain, be before
fore before he went to New York to have
work with such real-cstaters as
Willi-m Zeckendorf and Charles
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Half a Column More or Less Now and Then
by CREDE CALHOUN
Noyes. He may be retired, but the
old hoy sure isn't inactive.
I believe I never saw any man
have such a ma.-nificent time cold
sober with a bunch of bibulous
fnends, who had more fun giving
other people pleasuure.
This even extended to his son,
Dickey, who learned about his ap appointment
pointment appointment as president of the lit little
tle little empire by reading about pa papa's
pa's papa's retirement in the papers.
Thacker handed junior a million million-dollar
dollar million-dollar portfolio and commanded
him to "go forth and make a few
In the meantime, Father Thacker
suffers from the gout. It must
come from intelligence, becau?!
as I mentioned, in all his lusty life
he had never had a drink, and
nicotine knows him not.
If intelligence runs in the fam family.
ily. family. oung Thacker is a cinch ofr
a so e toe jefpre he's many years
WINNERS AND SINNERS
WATCH YOUR LANGUAGE
My disappointment in Theodore
Bernstein's book, "Watch Your
Language," is not because he in included
cluded included his wife, Beatrice, in the
dedication, nor because he added
Lewis Jordan, assistant news e e-ditor
ditor e-ditor of The New York Times. It
is because he left out of the dedi dedi-tation,
tation, dedi-tation, President Dwight David
Eisenhower, who watches his lan languages
guages languages less that any man in pub public
lic public life today.
lheodore Bernstein, Ted, to all
members of the New York Times
staff, who know him, and most of
them do, is assistant managing e
ditor, ,and one of the top editors
of the present time. He is erudite
without being pedantic except
perhaps on some moot question
of English grammar unassum
ing, friendly and with a sense of
humor, ,a,nd a great affection lor
the English language.
He is far removed from the fic fictional
tional fictional idea of a newspaper editor,
of the type displayed in "The Front
Page." I have known him for years
when he was just a member of
the bull pen in the news room of
The Times. Now, as assistant
managing editor, he sits just out outside.
side. outside. He has been a teacher as
well as an editor to whom many
reporters from the graduate school
of journalism at Columbus Uni
versity and the staff of The New
York Times, ,owe gratitude for les-l
sons in how to and how not to
Jacques Barzun, dean of the
graduate faculty of Columbia Uni University,
versity, University, wrote the preface to the
book. Barzun was born in Pans in
1907, two months after my first
arrival at Colon, and although
French was his mother tongue, is
an authority on the American lan language,
guage, language, as Henry L. Menchen pre
ferred to call it. Barzun'j Ameri
can was first edited by .Ted Bern Bernstein
stein Bernstein When the former was a fresh freshman
man freshman at Columbia.
Professor Barzun, now an Ame
rican citizen, is concerned about
the American language. He writes,
"the truth is that unless some ef
fort is made to arrest the black
rot that we try to disguise by call
ing it tne proDiem of communica communication'
tion' communication' it will presently bring us to
the last stage of mutual incom incomprehensionthat
prehensionthat incomprehensionthat in which we think
we understand one another when
we do not even understand our ourselves.
selves. ourselves. The language is un unquestionably
questionably unquestionably in a precarious state."
"Watch Your Language," is de derived
rived derived from many years of watch-
THANKS FOR THE FURNITURE
Most of the time the Mail Box is filled with letters of com-
3alnt. criticisms and petty jealous4es. I have instead a few words
gentle praise and sincere compliment.
Quite recently we moved into unfurnished nuartera, and be be-re
re be-re buying new furniture we did some comparative shopping a a-ound
ound a-ound PanamA City. Finally we chose the Muebleria Berlin in
lowntown Panama, where we found not only what we wanted, at
iht right price, but received many added courtesies during the
iransaetion. These courtesies were far above and beyond the
uual call to duty.
So for the considerations given, the gracious manner, and
he prompt deliveries of our beautiful merchandise we would like
O say publicly a most sincere thank you. A small enough tribute
Bdttd when, one considers this service was so renderd at the
tusUst season of the year, just before Chirstlmas.
Read Our Classifieds
ing the language of the news and
editorial staff of the New York
Times by Bernstein. About seven
years ago, probably when he
couldn't stand the pressure any
longer, he began issuing "winners
and Sinners", to some 600-odd writ writers
ers writers and editors of the Times. He
labelled it as "a bulletin of second-guessing
from the southeast corner of the
New York Times News Room."
Of course, to the Times Staffers
the southeast corner was the bull
Perhaps, as a Sinner I have re received
ceived received the bulletin since its birth.
Often I regretted that I hadn't sav saved
ed saved and filed the bulletins, but new
the author has resolved that re regret
gret regret with "Watch Your Lan Language."
guage." Language." It is the cream of the
Winner j and the clabber of the
Sinners. The mission of the buite
tin was to make The Times bet
ter better written, ,beter edited,
more interesting and? easier to
Just as there is $dniething In
The Times for every reader, e,x
ceDt the devotee of the funnies.,
there is that for every reader In
"Watch Your Language," with a
lot of fun, that is funnier than
the funnies, thrown in. (There I've
ended a sentence with a preposi prepositionhopeless
tionhopeless prepositionhopeless Sinners that I am)
Let's look at a few samples.
FOR PURISTS LEAVE A-
LONE. Obviously we cannot, ,even
if we would, .reform the English
language. What we can do, how
ever, is to make the best and tne
most precise use of the tools at
hand. One way to do this is to
let each word express a meaning
of its-own, and not burden' It with
some additional meaning that is
more exactly expressed by an.
"For example, despite common
usage (which the dictionary re
flects) "leave alone can have and
should have a meaning different
from let alone. Leave alone can
and should mean exclusively
'cause to be in solitude' and let
alone can and should mean excm
sively cause to be undisturbed
Lest It be thought that the point
is purely academic observe the
ambiguity of this sentence:
' "Something new was added
when Durocher was seen to leave
the third base coaching line dis
creetly alone. "What was meant
here was not that Durocher walked
away in solitude, but that he did
not erase the white coaching line.
as had been his custom, The
phrase should have been "let -,a-
CERVECERIA NACI0NAL. S. A.
(National Brewery Inc.)
We wish to remind you that the regular
General Assembly of Stockholders of this
Company will be held in our New Plant in
Pasadena, Trans-isihmian Highway, on Mon Monday
day Monday January 26, 1959, at 7 p.m.
In accordance with our By-Laws, this
meeting can not be held unless one-half plus
one of the total number of stockholder are
present or represented by proxy, and a
minimum of one-half of the capital clock is
Stockholders who are unable to attend this
meeting, SHOULD MAIL THEIR PROXIES
in due time to Apartado No. 536, Panama
Baseball fans may not appreci'
ate the distinction (difference)
here between let and leave alone,
but Durocher need not be identifi identified
ed identified for them.
ABOUT LADIES AND WOMEN
The social distinction between "la "lady"
dy" "lady" and "woman" has no place
in the columns of a newspaper.
"Ladyu may be admissable as a
humourous gimmick occasionally
but normally it has no more placo
in a news story than the word
"gentleman "in place of man."
Porter G. PerruVs Writer's Guide
and Index to English cites the wo woman
man woman looking for work who asked;
'Are you the woman who wanted
a lady to wash for you?"
GROOM Walter Winehall will
not agree with this one, "Sara D
lano Roosevelt, .and Anthony" di
Bonaventura. .were married yes
terday afternoon in a small Ita
lian church. ..to which the groom
and his family belong.' Make it
"bridegroom" except for th;men
who makes bis living caring fr
THE MANLY ART- "It was a
surprise to see Fulmer 'heel' Ro Robeson
beson Robeson in the fourth. Fullmer was
warned for 'heeling' Robinson in
close. "Fight fans know, but do
you want to know what 'heeling'
is? Then buy the New York Dai Daily
ly Daily News: . pushing his gloves
in Robinson's face.'
FOR HORSES PLAYERS Bern Bern-Stein
Stein Bern-Stein just doesn't like unanswer unanswered
ed unanswered auestions in news stories. "A
story about Mohamed V on a visit
to the West used the term 'quar 'quarter
ter 'quarter horse' jn head, picture caption
and story, all without further
explanation.. Eight students at a
nearby journalism school (Colum
bia no doubt questioner, prob probably
ably probably Bernstein Calhoun) were
askpd to write down what they
thought it meant. Only one knew.
"The others ranged from,' a riaV
ing horse kept close to the rider's
quarters' to 'In my childhood I
used to take pony rides for s dime
considering inflation and tht fact
that a horse is bigger than a po pony,
ny, pony, I don't think that a quarter is
too much." A few of our readers,
writes Bernstein," live out on the
range, where these horses of un un-sual
sual un-sual endurance under the saddle,,
able to gallop at high speeds for
about a quarter of a mile, are
MENIAL- 'Menial' earries the
connotation of something degrad degrading.
ing. degrading. It is inappropriate to speak
of 'porters, janitors and other me menial
nial menial employes'
But, Ted, how about the public
relations boys, who, according to
Ed Murrow, procure call girls for
clients of firms for which they
smooth public relations? But may maybe
be maybe 'Menial' isn't the word for that.
There is one item from Winners
and Sinners that I read when it
was f'rst printed that I have re
I lated to many friends, and I have
three or four, that many review
ers of watch Your Language"
used in the leads of their pieces.
I nad decided not to use it at all.
but here it is.
"Elm Beetle Infestation Rav
ishing Thousands of Trees in
Greenwich,", read a headline io
The Times. Bernstein warned the
copy editor; "Keep your mind on
your work, buster. The word you
want is 'ravaging.'
"Watch Your Language" is
I printed by Channel Press Tne
urept Neck, New York. If I nad
mv wish it would h on the non-
fiction best sellers list Msybe it
is, I naven t looked.
SLOTHFUL RABBLE, while you 'were snifflina away at
your wretched nit picking all week, I was out among re record
cord record breakers and other celebrities. ; :
Such record breakers, for instance, as aenial Jim Cos-
re II o, of the Hotel Nacional in David, who holds the
world's record for a marlin caught by the tail by a pub pub-keeper.
keeper. pub-keeper. Some 400 lbs. the fish was, taught on a 50 Jb.
test line Dec. 27 last and boated (also by the tail) after
a three hour 40 minutes fight down at, Hannibal Bank.
off Coiba Island. j
And record breaker Bishop Tomas Clave! of David.
who holds the world's championship for the 100 yds. re record
cord record for the episcopal freestyle, established in a poo) in
the Chiriqui River last month when this country-reared,
36-year-old churchman shed his cassock, dived in and
saved five young orphans from drowning.
I was also privileged to view the hammock atop the
bishop's palace in David from which can be obtained a
free and a first-class view of the ball games m the ad
jacent David Stadium.
What other celebrities. Wellthe week brought the
first time I have seen two presidents under the table, and
with the champagne scarcely broken out yet Shovel-toting
Mario Echandi of Costa Rica and,Ernesto de la Guar Guar-dia
dia Guar-dia Jr., of Panama came to the surface at last with the
explanation that all they had been doing under the table
set up on a grass-thatched platform along the Costa Ri Rica
ca Rica n border was shovelling concrete and laying bricks.
This is an alibi which wouldn t even calm down the wife
of a lock operator who linaers overlona at the Balboa
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a couple of presidents can get away with it.
Topping off the occasion, Echandi presented Ernestito
to with tjhe 15 cent, non-ball-point pen the Costa Rican
chief executive's, father had used, as foreign minister of
his country, to sign a 1942 accord settling long-standing
frontier disagreements betwen Costa Rica and Panama.
I can see, under this new patern ot thrifty symbols,
Eisenhower presenting British prime minister Harold
Macmillan wirh a misshapen piece of lead sentimerttaly
described as a shot found on the site of Bunker Hill, while
Macmillan in turn could present French President Char Charles
les Charles de Gaulle with a couple of ravelled objects described
as a pair of sox Napoleon wore while in exile on St Helena.
Now where else do we go among the famed and the
lamed? Well, there are the two intrepid birdmen who fly
top cover, for Copa in Chiriqui, ensuring that the airline
doesn t got bounced by tormatrons ot bankers and mort
gage-holders1 I referto Carjo? Carles and Marcos
Hooper, who hefted Copa's DC-3 and contents, such as
me, off the ground at David and moved same across to
such a smooth" landing t th'Cfiiriqui Wrid Company's
airfield at. Puerto Armuelles that I still swear .Carles slip
ped the plane in on a banana skin. As some of you konw,
the Puerto Armuelles airfield is on the golf course there,
and Copa is the only airline I know of whose cockpit
procedure on the approach to land goes: "Wheels down
and locked. Half flap. Fore!"
-There exists a certain amonut of confusion of com command
mand command in the Chiriqui Land Company right now, as best I
understand. You have heard it said of a man who exer exercises
cises exercises responsibilities in two distinct fields that he wears
two hats? In the Chiriqui Land Company there is a snap snappy,
py, snappy, chocolate-colored hat that, on the other hand, covers
For much of the frontier ceremonies Thursday I saw
this distinguished sombrero topping the fine-cut features
of the Chiriqui Land Company V top bqnana, Andy Hoi Hoi-combe,
combe, Hoi-combe, who was President de la Guardia's attentive host
for all the time the Chief Executive was on fruit company
lands, and indeed while the presidential party was mak making
ing making inroads into the fruit company sandwiches and other
anti-malarial nourishment upon the frontier,
The fallowing day the still-distinguished Sombrero was
topping the round-cat features of the Chiriqui Land Com Company's
pany's Company's public relations officer Esteban Lopet, a, caballero
of such nobility of mind and graciousness of gesture
that the bananas straighten respectfully on their stems
as he moves elegantly through the plantation of Chiri Chiriqui,
qui, Chiriqui, composing a quatrain here, chanting a' madrigal
there, qs the broad leaves ot the palms rustle soft ac
companiment to his, songs, and he wonders where he can
have left the keys to his desk. ;;,.
Among the other champions in their field who I have
met while you have all been dully trying to get to your
desks on time is presidential aide Raul Arias, who on the
latter stages of this safari doubled as officer in charge
of losing and finding baggage, carrying out both assign assignments
ments assignments with a crisp precision any supply officer would
envy. Raul is one Of those thrifty characters whose idea
of unnecessary waste is the extra paper they put round
lL. L.ll -L-l -it . .. f I-
rne ouuseye or a pisroi or nne target, ne never Tinas
use for it But he can find hand baggage, specially
mine, even if the baggage is getting chilled along with
Ernestito's party in the rare, cool airs of Cerro Punta,
while I am getting warmed by the rare cool wares of Da
vid's Hotel Nacional, J. Costello, prop.
rinany a word ot acknowledgement to Mike de Puy,
Copa's senior pilot, and his agile assistant among the
buttons and the dials, co-pilot Jorge Rodriguez. They
gave me so smooth a ride back from David to Tocumen
lam convinced they were operating in a custom-built sky.
After all, Mike has flown that payid run sq often now
that come the dry season the northeast trade winds,
upon arrival, stop by to ask him Which way from here.
PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT this week is the 65
thousand dollars estimated cost of the joint frontier post
started on its way by the presidents of Costa Rica and
Panama Jan. 22, which makes
something to consider as a peaceful declaration of
mutual good faith and fortune. You like that, last?.
f AGS TSZT'
SOTOA?, JAlffUAET tit 1959
THE SUNDAY AMERICAN:
Architects Confer 0
To Bogota, On Trends Of Americas
. X 7
; i i-
K: Hav yen wished and wished
somebody la your town Would
Uckle the problem oi finding jobs
for older workers?
Well, for 20 years since major
'depression days Philadelphia
volunteer, group Jias been doing
just that, ft ladies-
The group is the Senior Guid Guidance
ance Guidance Council. Back in the '30s four
clubs got together to start a free
employment service ior business businesswomen
women businesswomen .' over 35 who had be be-.dropped
.dropped be-.dropped by the wayside in "cut "cut-Backs
Backs "cut-Backs i ,'"'
Today, the group can boast of
, -v having placed several thousand
' women over 35 who bad been
agts ranpad from the mininom
' tf 35 to 821 Th H-year-eM was a
i seamstress who put 'experience
! and stlll-nlmble finger to work
' in an alterations ob In dross
' Shop. i'' p. ';6;-i
And; according to Miss Anne
LaMott, council president, the
group is proudest of all of employ employer
er employer comment! like this: "You've
MM -mm nn matur -workers. "I've
found they're reliable and ener
getic, witn mem, mere s no ume
wasted ori coffee' fcreaks"
The council started its Good Sa Samaritan
maritan Samaritan operations in a little of office,
fice, office, financed by, contributions
ifrom the clubs For the past two
varc Cimhel'i "the Philadelphia
department- store, has, provided
the group office space and) telephone"-
"But with some 15 clubs and a
iMi number nf individuals on
our- membership list now, wir are
thinking of moving ana expand expanding,','
ing,',' expanding,',' said Miss LaMott "We now
have volunteers available for in-
turviewinff four davs .a week, 10
a.m. to 3 p.m.
."Wi'm tn hire an Pec11
tive secretary and stretch our In
The council has placed women
in clerical, secretarial, reception
mnA utfo vorintv-. nthftr iflhs
with hundreds of employers it
ttivi iit nf tho rinmpstic field A-
mong its success stories is that of
a middle-aced woman wno naa
been let out of a good position -"Sho
came to us whan she was
down and out," said Miss La LaMott
Mott LaMott "Wo found her a job that
meant a cut in salary Now the
wMi firm -Amnmndt on har"
One of the council's top services
is boosting morale a oeauty oper
that meant,"? said Miss LaMott
Each vear. tiie council nas a
Christmas tea Grateful "alumnnn"
of the project decorate a tree Tne
ornaments are dollar Dills 10
help guarantee that mis. line pro?
O Can ar person draw Social
Security and unemployment com compensation
pensation compensation at the same time? L
WY .-. . f -
A Social Security is paid to
anyone who meets the require requirement
ment requirement In some states, a Social
Security beneficiary gets a red reduced
uced reduced ''amount of unemployment
compensation Check with your
Bureau of Unemployment Com Compensation
pensation Compensation about your case
, Q I know that, as a Social Sec
urity beneficiary, I will get "dock "docked"
ed" "docked" for earnings over $1,200 a year
At what wage figure to all Social
Security payments stop? M J
A You get no payment at all
If you earn en cent over $2,080
ator-donated hairdos to the Job-
Over the first intercontinental
You'de surprised how .inucpfrao4etephoBe-lwPjtof carry
SUCB (BQ etuuso, uinixi Auou-
er, Alvaro Ortega of Harvard, Pa Pablo
blo Pablo Lanzetta of Colombia, and ota ota-r
r ota-r internationally distinsuished ar
chitects will conferrjanr 29 be-1
tween Bogota, Colombia, and To Toledo,
ledo, Toledo, Ohio, ,on similarities, dil-lrtn-
Ohio.." on similarities. dif-
tiin of the Americas. . !.'
John Noble Blchard. president
of The American Institute of Ar Architects,
chitects, Architects, will jnoderate; the ym ym-posium,
posium, ym-posium, .which is. being organized
by Owens-Corning Fiberglat Cor-i
Henry Fv .Holland, former As Assistant
sistant Assistant Secretary of State for Inr
ter-AmericBn Affairs in the ,: pre present
sent present administration, will keynote
the. proceedings with an address
in, Toledo. '.
nthpr nvmDosium Dartieipants in-
elude, besides Breuer in the Bo
gota panel ot inree, ramo anzei anzei-ta,
ta, anzei-ta, Dean of the School of Architec Architecture,
ture, Architecture, National University, Bogota,,
Colombia, and Julio C. VOlante,,
lipiU llllll,U .11)
... .'.."Uf-.l', -ri-jjjRr
FERTILIZER AIRLIFT In a few hours, forage fertilizer can
be applied to wide areas oi rangeiana oy -DomDuig runs,"
saving days of work. Planes used in the operation at Napa,
Calif,, are old radial-engined ex-Navy N3N's, above, capable
of distributing 1,500 pounds of fertilizer. While the fertilizer
is loaded in the aircraft via pipe, one man checks the plane.
Another guides the spout and a third controls the transfer
mechanism in the truck cab.
Argentine-born architect now prac practicing
ticing practicing in Caracas, Venezuela.
In Toledo, the conferees will be
Alvaro Ortega," visiting professor
of Architecture at the Harvard
Graduate School of Design, LM.
Pei, of New York, designer of the
unique Mile High Conter in Denv
er Colorado,'' aad Carl Koch, pro
minent arcnitect oi camDnage
Advisor to the Symposium in or
ganization of the meeting is Leon Leonard
ard Leonard J. Currie, A.l.A.,, head of the
School of Architecture of Virginia
Polytechnic Institute. From 1952
to 1958 Currie was Director of the
Inter-American Housing and Plan Planning
ning Planning Center in Bogota.
The announcement of the sympo symposium,
sium, symposium, issued oh behalf of the par par-ticioants
ticioants par-ticioants by Currie. says in part:
"ln recert years, ji nas oecome
increasingly difficult to judge from
its appearance' the geographic lo
cation of a modern building. In-
deeed, there is' often little to give
a clue as to its function.
"In revolt against the severe
cubes of glass and metal we see
two recent and sometimes related
movements. One school exploits
shells 'and other structural, ele
ments to create new, sometimes
novel, and occasionally expressive
forms. Another school follows the
plastic (not always structurally
eenerated) expressions of Gaudi,
Mendelsohn and Corbu's Ron-
"Are the similarities in our ar architectural
chitectural architectural expressions an inevita
ble result of modern Communica
tions. 20th century technology, and
a shrinking world? Or do coun coun-trits
trits coun-trits and localities still have uni
que personalities and a local flav
or that can and should be express expressed
ed expressed in the local contemporary ar
, "The purpose of this internation
al architectural symposium is to
probe and explore the similari
ties and differences in architectur
al philosophy, expression and as-
CRIMES CONFUSE HIM
CHICAGO (UPI) Joseph Pan
czko, alleged professional burglar
already under charges of falsify
ine his driver's license applica
tion., today explained why he
missed a court date yesterday
for arraignment on a burglary
I lust got confused with so
many cases pending, he said,
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SHARING THEIR BURDEN Seven-year-old twins Julia,
left, and Magdelina Urdiales, of San Antonio, Tex., are iden identical
tical identical even in misfortune. But they make a smiling appeal for
contributions to the 1959 March of Dimes campaign against
polio and other diseases. The girls are believed to be the only
identical twins stricken with 'paralytic polio at the same time,
Afflicted at the age of six months, they wear long leg braces
and etill receive out-patient care at the Robert B. Green polio
clinic at San Antonio.
' 'LONDON, Jan. 24 To the in interested
terested interested observer, the world in
eeneral Is a soft of strip cartoon.
i'he characters come and go, but
as we watch, the main efiect is
"a continuing picture of the pat
tern of life" the phrase used so
aptly to introduce Britain: An
Official Handbook, 1959."
Les than twelvemonth, it
seems, since the postman tried,
in vain, to wedge the 1958 edition
through my letter box. Now along
comes Us successor, the tenth in
its line, cunning to 538 pages and
still the most human official hand
book I know.
Unlike a strip, cartoon- "Brit "Britain"
ain" "Britain" can be tapped at any point,
forwards &.' backwards, without
waiting fir tomorrow's instal
ment. From Zeta, the latest in
controlled thermonuclear reactors
you can flick the pages back in
time to the ancient Iron Age Brit
ons, or pin-point the comings and
goings of the modern housewife
as she roams the super-markets.
Or you can follow the activities
of the 35,000 overseas students
now in the United Kingdom or the
weekend pastimes of the home homegrown
grown homegrown citizens. Or discover why
this small country, 75th in size
among the countries on this earth
ranks second in w Id trade and
provides about a fifth of the
world's exports of manufactured
goods. Or visit the sports stad stadiums,
iums, stadiums, the "pubs" and depart departmental
mental departmental stores, the churches and
dance halls, factories and ship shipyards,
yards, shipyards, and see life as it is lived
all the year round at the heart
of the Commonwealth.
Are we in the United Kingdom
too busy getting and spending 'o
take a look at ourselves? It
would seem so. "Britain" had run
through six .editions before it ap appeared
peared appeared on our own bookstalls four
,.,-ars ago. Until then it was only
available overseas, the mainstay
of the British Information Serv Services
ices Services in many countries. The idea
was appairently current that citi citizens
zens citizens in the Mother Country took
all th good things in tjieir stride,
armed with an encyclopaedic
knowledge, embracing everything
from the workings of Parliament Parliamentary
ary Parliamentary democracy and the duties of
a police const, ble, to the amount
of whisky exported annually to
Canada and th tonnage of our
merchant navy, the largest active
Mercantile fleet in the world.
As it turns out, booksellers in
these islands will tell you "Brit "Britain"
ain" "Britain" is a first first-class selling
line. For contestants in radio and
television t)Uiz pmes I can think
oi no better guide, counsellor and
friend on all matters pertaining
to the British Isles.
PICKING THE GEMS
To pick the gems from among
om pages is no easy tasK. statis
ticians, will discover joy on al
moat every otner page. The re
cent splendid improvement in
Britain's balance of payments, the
3C per cent real increase in gross
national output in the past ten
y.are, the fimitine of unemolov-
uent in that time lo less than two
per cent. Ui'Sfc facts, along with
the rise in exports from $3,197,600 $3,197,600-000
000 $3,197,600-000 in 1947 to $6,916,000,000 in 19 19-57
57 19-57 dazzle the layman with astro astronomical
nomical astronomical figures that leave him
groping for others more down to
earth that he can touch and
One of the most striking dis disclosures,
closures, disclosures, not forgetting vast road
development and engineering
schemes going forward in the U U-niled
niled U-niled Kingdom, is the amount of
construction work British engi engineers
neers engineers are carrying out overseas.
About 62 firms were engaged in
hydro-electric schemes in Uganda
and Turkey, big harbor works in
India and Ghana, power stations
in the Union of South Africa and
New Zealand, home and industrial
estate development in Canada, the
Auckland Harbour bridge in New
Zealand, and large-scale irrigation
works in India, Pakistan, Egypt
MEDLEY OF ACT5
To come back home, here is a
medley of facts to delight any
quizmaster. How many children
a..d young people attend Britain'3
schools, universities and technic technical
al technical colleges? Answer: nearly 9.-
000,000.' The number of qualified
scientists and engineers is in ex excess
cess excess of 142,000, and in the next
ten to. 15 years the annual output
of newly-trained ones should rise
Nuclear nower for peaceful mur-
poses: With Calder Hall having
l.a the world as the first com
mercial-scale njclear power sta station,
tion, station, Britain plans to provide 22
per cent, of total electricity pow power
er power consumption by a chain of sta
tions to be completed u 1966-67.
Air transport: In 1958 Britain
inaucuratpd the first transntlflntic
jet air service with the Comet 4.
How many houses in the United
Kingdom? Nearly 16,000,000. The
average house with three bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms costs $4,160 to build. At a
Post Office counter the citizen
can draw his pension, buy a lic license
ense license for his gun, dog, sound radio
or television receiving set, re renew
new renew his car license and buy Na National
tional National Insurance as well as post postage
age postage stamps.
The facts are there for the choo
sing, plus 47 photographs ranging
from the London Fire Brigade at
a real five to the Dounreay nuc nuclear
lear nuclear energy establishment and a
scene in a typical English village
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SENTENCED TO DEATH
ALGIERS (UPI)-A French mil military
itary military court in Orin has sentenced
ix Moslem nationalists to death
of killing five persons and wound wound-ng
ng wound-ng several others in 23 separate
terrorist attacks, the government
.eported last night.
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swept from its foundation in Murphysboro, 111., by the Dee.it
18, 1957, tornado. The savage storm which swept the small t!
city in the south of the state, left nine dead, 81 lajured and I
110 homes destroyed. -
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Announcement is made here of wedding
jOF MISS STAFFORD AND ERNEST COTTON
i Mr. an Mr.. O. K. Stafford of Atlanta, Tex, haw nJ"
fed the marriage of their daughter, Kaye. to Mr. Ernest Lee Cot Cot-W
W Cot-W son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Cotton of Margarita.
Rev A. M. Basden, pastor of the Gaston Avenue Baptist
thurehDaila. Tex., officiated at the evening ceremony January
10 In the presence of a few close friends.
f The bride attended North Texas State College at Denton,
(Tex, Mr. Cotton will be graduated from that school to June with
ja major to Journalism. He is a member of Sigma Delta Chi frat.
fAfter graduation, he will report to Pensacola, Fla, for Marine
TnSfyeds are at home at 4117 Douglas Street In Dallas.
Mrs. James Mayden, the form form-'er
'er form-'er Peggy MacMurray, ,and John
!MacMurry are expected to arrive
in Panama this week for a visit
with their mother, Mrs. Charles
Freeman MacMurray of La Crea Create.
te. Create. Rebekah Lodge
. Th Isthmian Canal Rebekah
Lodge One, I.O.O.F., held a closed
installation at the Balboa Wirz Me Me-morial
morial Me-morial to install Mrs. Nellie Aynes
worth as Noble Grand. Serving
with her will be Mrs. Sarah Roth Roth-well,
well, Roth-well, Vice Grand, Mrs. Louise
Merchant,' secretary, and Mrs. Ve Vera
ra Vera Bolek, .treasurer.
Also appointed to office were
Mrs. Edith Eppley, Mrs. Yvonne
Bakker, Mrs. Ruth Kongable, Mrs.
Ethel Clarke, Mrs. Kathryn Brown
Mrs. Lucille Smith, Mrs. Evelyn
Crosby, Mrs.- Edna Balcer, Mrs.
Frances Sebastian, Mrs. Maude
3Unchard and Mrs. Peggy Park Park-tr.
tr. Park-tr. The Degree team for the install install-ition
ition install-ition included Mrs. Edith Eppley,
Mrs. Maude Clinchard, Mrs. Y Y-ironne
ironne Y-ironne Bakker, Mrs. Lucille Smith
Mrs. C. Carlson, Mrs. Helen Stern
and Mrs. Edna Balcer
Special euests from the Cristo
bal Rebekah Lodge Two were Har Harvey
vey Harvey Gullickson, district deputy So
vereign Grand Master, I.O.O.F.,
Mrs, Gullickson, Mrs. Ros, Mrs.
Plaisanee. Mrs. Coleman. Mrs.
Farris, Mrs. Stern and Mrs J
Stuart of Buffalo, N.Y.
Mr. & Mrs. IGNACIO MOLINO
Are deeply grateful for the expression of eympathy
In their bereavement
Panama, January 20, 1959.
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Refreshment hostesses for the
meeting were Mrs. fcuna uatcer,
Mrs. Evelyn Crosby, idrs. Char
lotte Wyman, Mrs. Ollie Bee Mable
and Mrs. Juanda fennington.
At Taroon Club
The regular monthly meeting of
the Atlantic Side Newcomer's Club
was held rnursaay at me tarpon
Club, with Mrs. W. Reinheimer,
president, conducting a con dusi
A readint. Hie Legend oi me
F.sh". was presented by Mrs. l
A. Clark. An interesting display ot
polleras. pollers montunas, mon
tunat nad montunos was snown
by Mrs. Ray Smith, who described
each costume asd the accompany
mg accessD les. A montuna maae
by Mrs. H. Jones also was snown
Co-hostesses for the afternoon
were Mrs. Floe and Mrs. Craig
Others attending were Mrs. R. C.
McClean, M.rs. M. Nolte, Mrs. H.
E. Die, Mrs. R. 0. Wilcox, Mrs,
G. E. Henning Jr., Mrs. R. Lind'
R. E. Pinkam, Mrs. E. E. Daniel,
Whitsell. Mrs. R. Dougherty, Mrs.
(mist. Mrs. D. Boniface, Mrs. W.
Mrs G. W. Pfllliam, Mrs. P. H. Jud
son, Mrs. R. J. Roane, Mrs V. F,
Crichfield, Mrs. B. W. Duree, Mrs
T. W. Gove, Mrs. J. Borgstrom
Mrs. E. J. Berger, Mrs. C. E
Williams, Mrs W. Vantine, Mrs.
G. Gillespie, Mrs. T. E. Brown,
Mrs. J. J. Bonanno.
Guests Included Mrs. H.D. Mor-
tan, Mrs. F. B. Spifcer, Mrs. G
I. Cardweil. Mrs. C. Merrill. Mrs
M. L. Reinheimer, Mrs. D. E.
Filler, Mrs. G. Smith, Mrs. D
Youngblook and Mrs. M. Gillespie
College Club Plans
The arrangements committee of
the College Club on the Atlantic
Side met last week at the Mar
earita home of Idrs. E. W. Wrenn
chairman, to further plans for the
annual Penny Social.
"" The event, to be held this year
Pan American Record
mm mm gaa m
on February 7, is an outstanding
occasion or Atlantic Sid resi residents,
dents, residents, who have fun while contri
buting to the fund used by tne
club for scholarships to outstand
ing Cristobal High School seniors.
Attending the meeting were xurs.
W. F. Grady, president, Mrs, P.
L. Beck, Mrs. E. W. Argo, Mrs.
D. G. Peters, Mrs. J. H. Pfau,
Mrs. C. J. Genis, Mrs J. M Pur Pur-vis
vis Pur-vis Jr., Mrs. V. B. Middtemas,
Mrs R. A. McC jan, Mrs. Harry
Eno, Mrs. J. F. Manning and Mrs.
M. S. McLaid.
Tickets fo. in social are now
available from all club members.
Tickets will entitle the holder to
admission to the Social, refresh.
menns, entertainment, a chasce
on the grand mystery pne and
twenty chances to win gifts do
nated by College Club memebers.
Balboa Woman's Club
To Meet At Westwooe)
The Balboa Woman's Club has
announced plans for a meeting
Wednesday at Westwood. the coun
try home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Schilling, near Arraijan.
a board meeting is manned for
10 a.m., and a picnic lunch will be
served at 12:30. Members are
asked to bring a covered dish
Further information n tran
sportation and food may be ob
tained from Mrs. Stella Nita, Bal
boa 2651: Mrs. Peeev Parker. Bal
boa 1412; Mrs. Ethel Cheste, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1822; Mrs. Loretta Snodgrass,
aaiDoa 2384: Mrs. Kuth Auble. Bal
boa 4433: or Mrs. Emilv Bolton.
To Until! Officers
The Women's Auxiliary of the
Margarita Union Church will have
a monthly meeting Tuesday even evening
ing evening at 7:30 in the church.
Officers who will be installed
are Mrs. Mildred Longwood, pre president;
sident; president; Mrs. Anita McClelland,
vice president Mrs. Hazel Rich Rich-ards,
ards, Rich-ards, treasurer; Mrs. Beth Dau Dau-gherty,
gherty, Dau-gherty, recording secretary; Mrs.
Dorothy Sanders, corresponding
Guest speaker at thi meeting
will be Rev. T. Franklin.
Patients At Gorges
Several groups have provided
activities for patients at Gorgas
Hospital this mon'h.
The American Legion Auxiliary
Unit Seven, conducted a bingo
party in the Red Crosj lounge with
Mr. and Mrs. Glean Chedester,
Mrs. Emmiline Thompson and
Mrs. Arrieta acting a hosta and
Mrs. Maria Tarbert gave a pro program
gram program of piano music in wards 10,
12. 13 and 14.
The Ladies Auxiliary, Fleet Re Reserve
serve Reserve Association gave a bingo
party in the Red Cross lounge
Wednesday. Hostesses were Mrs.
Peggy Beard, Mrs. Martha Alex Alexander,
ander, Alexander, Mrs. (Barker and Mrs. Tal Tal-ley.
ley. Tal-ley. m
Carl Maedl Gets
Silver Beaver Award
The Silver Beaver, the highest
award that can be p-esen.ea tor
service to Boy Scouting was
presented to Carl Maedl during i
special dinner at Margarita last
Around 200 adult leaders of
Scouting from nil communities in
the Zone were presented for the
ceremony which was a highlight
of the annual Recognition and
The presentatios was made by
W. R. Price, Scoutmaster of
Troop I, Margarita and himself
a holder of the Silver Beaver,
Maedl, a resident of Coco So Solo,
lo, Solo, didn't know until presentation
time that a special committee
had selected him for the award
given for "noteworthy service of
exceptional character to boyhood."
Active in Scouting on the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus since 1943, Maedl was a
member of the Canal Zone Boy
Scout Council in 1957-58, has serv served
ed served as Chairman of Courts of Hon Honor,
or, Honor, and served as camp director
during. the first session of the
1958 Summer Camp.
Many of those present for the
dinner rode over from the Pacific
side on a special tram. The an
nual dinner, exclusively for ad adults
ults adults in Scouting, also saw other
These included the awarding of
six statuettes, given for outstand outstanding
ing outstanding service to boyhood on a lev level
el level just below that meriting a Sil Silver
ver Silver Beaver award, and 12 certi
ficate awards lor service just be
low mat warranting a statuette.
A special committee chairman chairman-ned
ned chairman-ned by Carl Widell of Curundu
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chose those receiving the awards.
The committee also nominated
Maedl who, technically, received
his award from the National Coon
cil on the basis U the local nomi nomination.
nation. nomination. 1 ,.
Receiving Statuettes, which
were-presented by Widell, were
Charlotte Kennedy, Wesley Ken
nedy, John Gough, Charles Holmes
sgt. Roy Barret., Ewald A. Wib
erg, and Col. L. Frank Wilson.
Wilron, who departured from the
Isthmus last week-, actually re
ceived his statuette prior to his
Certificates -w re awarded by
1 a. Jiauier. tenmcate winners,
some of whom were not able to
be present for the ceremony were
Henry Carpenter, Floyd R. John
son, L.t. COL T. M. B. Hicks, Lt,
loi. r. j. MacDonald, Harry
Butz, Michael Papain, Sgt. Louis
G. Blakeley, Robert H. Stewart,
Cap. Robert S. McClenaghan,
nowiana a.. Hazard and W. E.
By J. HETTINGER
Greetings, fellow humans. if I
may call you that. Well, the dav
oi juagmeni will be here Wednes
1 i . i.
day, and I hope all pillows are
weu paaaea because the semes
ter exam marks are also on the
report cards, in case you've (or
I notice the Parrakeet is offer offering
ing offering pillows, padded with a nice
firm substance, of coursa, for a
limited time only after school
Wednesduy. It might be a good
idea to look into that if you're un unsure
sure unsure of your math grade
Now, to a more enjoyable con conversational
versational conversational topic, and all the fun
of the fast approaching Carnival
Carol Dimpfl, and her court will
maKe the C stand out in the fes
The Pan-American Club his
elected a queen and court for
the BHS Carnival Dance.
Anabel Vartle will re'gn at
this gala affair and will be es escorted
corted escorted by Rolando Chanls and
The court and their escorts are:
Ligia Arroyo escorted by William
erro; Ada Tapia, Carlos Lam;
Eva Johnson, Ronald Legierre;
Florita Vales. Gabriel Castro: Mar
cela Arosemena, Peter Greene:
Edith Pierce, Fran Baggot, ,Monse
Burillo, Helmuth Stahl; Marian
Clare, George Gattoni.
A word of compliment to the
Science Club for their interesting
aispiay in me snowcases for this
past week. The jungle they mov
ed into the showcases with the
tape recording describing the ani animals
mals animals in there with their own neeu-
liar sounds was a remarkable
and novel idea.
The Parrakeet will be out, bar
ring emergencies, sometime this
week. Emergencies meaning some-
tning tne zonian staff might come
ur with to alter the efforts of the
hard working newspaper hounts.
Zonian is campaigning for baby
pictures, so, if you have any pic-
cures ot you wnen you were a wee
to, drop them in the Zonian Infor
mals and see yourself as vou were
In the 1959 Zonian. The yearbook
this year, under the direction of
capable hands, should turn out to
be something quite different.
jmo more imperative news to
speak of so I guess I'll have to be
moseying along, as George Gobel
says. A final word of sympathy
first. Being mad or sorry does not
change a low mark. Workl
SLIM FAT AYAY
If fat ruins jour flaw or ttutlwe
7u short of (math and atsnfora
your ltMlth, you will and It asay to
loo wolfht with tha now Hollywood
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or axorcls. Ask your dragster for
Formod. and stsxt sllnmtne at i
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By CLAIR! WHITE
Hi Igain everybody! That time
it here once more.: This was the
week of the midnight oil with se
mester tests and we' end ot tne
six weeks .descending upon ut u
at once, Af usual, everyone seem seemed
ed seemed to have left everything until
the last minute and the cry was
"worn, worky wow."
The. thirty-flrst of this month
there will be a dramatic reading
of our own. Mr. Fattorosi's book
Orpheus. Pau. Beck, our principal.
Bill Hayes, Lesley Berger. Claire
White, Ronald Frankel. Arnold
Brooks, M. Reeves, our shop
teacher, Mrs.v Purvis, and Ricky
Maedl will be dome the readme
under the able direction of Fred
saur who teaches journalism and
English at CHS. The reading will
:e ned at 7:30 p.m. at the Critto
bal Masonic Temple and should
be a real treat for all you litera
There has been Uuch talk about
the name or the new school. All
the Tigers are glad that it will be
named Cristobal High School. Ev Even
en Even though our home will be chang changed,
ed, changed, the CHS Tiger apirit won't
chanre. As the .ehr "Oh
that Tiger spirit'! something that
is reaiiy neat," .
The lunto't have started makine
pians tor tnis year s worn and ev
ery noon you can see buzzing lit
tie groups of juniors which sto
buzzing whenever any "Alelns"
)m- near. All the seniors hope
tnev pe eooKing up something good
ij'ns- gym clashes at chs are
taking up soccer now. It's the first
time in the past five or six years
at least that H has been tried, If
you pass by Strod Field you can
see a group of white-clad figure
running b-ck and forth, up and
down the field. You, have to look
ou' for crab holes or you'll end up
witn a sprained ankle or w o r s e.
This is a rough and tumb'e gome
t take c-retui aim, girls, when
o t Kifk a soccer ball.
Keep off the roads people, here
we come! Driving class's take
the'r final written tests Jan. 26,
and should be on the road shor'lv
there-after so keep your eyes open
t'mes. Ther are about '42
people taking driving course this
semester and our teacher is Mr.
We have one o' our Christmas
casualties, Fran.. Cordgan, back
vv' h us !""-. i n
mix-uo among Frank, his car and
another car but it looks as thoi"h
everything is running smoothly
now. We'rome back. Frank. Speck Specking
ing Specking of Christmas casualties, we
have one oth" one bk with in.
tVom Selle-s. It look as if wheel
brouph' woe to som of CHS'
Although we have only two torn
panies iis year, we are very
proud of our ROTC. T" compan''
sponsors are Nancy Gibson and
Martha Johnson. Our battalion
sponsor Is p-etty and petite' Huey
We think we have a pretty
sharp drill team too. It's under
the direction of Cadet 2nd. Lt.
Dick Smith and. they reallv add a
lot to our goo" work. Why don't
some of the People come down
to Strode Field and watch one of
tne reviews sometime?
It's just about time to sign off
again so with' his aunteri nhierv.
tion, "Thinking is the hardest
work there is, which is the prob probable
able probable reason to few engage in it."
' ye now.
FLOODS THREATEN WINDSOR
LONDON (XVP1 S.t.tor,i
floodr in the nearby Thames' Val Valley
ley Valley turned, the playing fields at
Eton into a vast lake today nd
threatened the gardens of Wind
ORIGINAL DESIGNS o REASONABLE PRICES
BOB and JOYCE
' SLAVATION ARMY
M,K Dav with God" it the title
of today meetings t The Salva
tion Ary Central Crops in Colon;
The public is invited to attenq
and take oart in.sll three sessions
of the Jay 10 a.m.. 9 p.m. and
A but load of Salvationist with
Maj. and Mrs. W. Binhop and En Envoy
voy Envoy and Mrs. C. Koseley, heading
the Panama City Corps and Pa Pa-raiso
raiso Pa-raiso Jelecation. is leaving for Co
lon at I a.m. from Army Hall
Apart from the sectional lead leaders,
ers, leaders, Maj. and Mrs. John Sundberg
end Sr. Capt. Lorraine Rhodes
m charge of the three meetings,
two ouMandin rhurchmen and
leaders are scheduled to speak.
The Rev. p. Morgan will deliver
a message in the morning session
nd in the evening he Rev. W.
T-toestone will nreach. Sr. Capt,
S. Ta.vVw, Mr, Sr Cat, H. Grant
as well ss Mrs. Ml Sunbe'e
and Mai. Bhon in ad'tion t the
rctinnal officer re ofer listed
speakers durin th day,
A united on sir menHng
a vMwrt 6t Witnes fo he HH
wTI nroeed th nltd "Wie in-
rlonr mee'ng et Central Corps on
A'f! R"sei C,w.n'' wif-
"rill v1dee vnf 1 fluetr trfwiOi''
tK Hsy. iM flw 1n1 VntS
win tH in cx', S',T".
T .nrln nuV mrit fa
fta V a.i-a tt'wnn W T"""'
Ta '. C:i1 f'n tWo''b
v...s ani ' day
V.- npl matwoWsl itroifn
tyill ha hmA t'rW. 'l cnr""er" cnr""er"-rtio
rtio cnr""er"-rtio n 11 mamVars e
ch'irch wht ende'' air earthly oil oil-grmage
grmage oil-grmage during 1958.
Te m"in nro o tls an-
nul memorial rviO is o nav
tribut" to the life and wr"-'' "id
who 1'borefl with us and whom
we lost awh;le.
An aooronriate sermon W'H he
delivered bv the oastor of the
church, the Wev. Sylvan'is A. Sccr-
lett, ,who will also be the preach preacher
er preacher t the Morning Service.
The following services are listed
to take place; 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Schoor for wall ages with Mrs.
Dori, Robinson as superintendent
The: special emphasis at this ses-
Young Law Partner
Of Thomas Dewey
Dies In Home Fire
NEW YORK, Jan. 24 (UPD (UPD-Paul
Paul (UPD-Paul Y. Macomber, 30, a lawyer
in the firm of former New York
Gov. Thomas' E. Dewey, burned
to death in an armchair early to today
day today in an apartment he shared
with another attorney.
Charles Lamar Barnes, 39, who
with Macomber had worked fr
the firm of Dewey, Ballantine,
Bushby, Palmer and Wood for a a-bout
bout a-bout five years, was rescued from
his bedroom in the burning apart apartment
ment apartment and treated for smoke in inhalation.
halation. inhalation. Barnes told firemen he had been
asleep and did not know what
started the fire in the living room.
Next to the Savings Bank
Every Monday from 9:30 to 10:00 a.m.
Your Communily llelwork YCH
SUNDAY, JANUARY. 23, 1951
slon it "Know Your Bible.' H m.
Divine Worship, the preacher at
this service will be the Rev. Scar
lett. Inspirational music and. dy dynamic
namic dynamic preach.ng will ehtrsctevis
this service.,.'. ,t i
p;.. Training Union under the
leadership of Cart C. Pick. T p.m.
annual memorial service. Friends -and
relatives of the deceased ire
urged to contact the pastor of the
Church at the- latest thii morning.
Miss Laura Burgos, peciat re representative
presentative representative for Germaine Mon Mon-teil.
teil. Mon-teil. is visiting Panama, She
will be pleased to give beauty
eonsultations and clactet at
Set For Today
Funeral services wiil be held
this afternoon at 3:30 in the San Santa
ta Santa Ana Church for Joseph Pom Pom-pey,
pey, Pom-pey, 72-year-old Jamaican who
died in Santo Tom as Hospital, Fri Friday
day Friday afternoon.
Burial will follow in the Herre Herre-ra
ra Herre-ra Cemetery.
A retired Panama Canal emplo employe,
ye, employe, Mr. Pompey was a former re resident
sident resident of Red Tank lor many
Mr. Pompey is survived 'bv" his
' fe Ca-. H.; h'i son. Reginald;
his daughters. Mrs. Marta' Bowen
Lugo and Mabel (Sweetie) Bov n,
and other relatives here and in
the United States.;
CRASH KILLS THRPE
AMMAN, Jordan (UPI)-A Jor Jordanian
danian Jordanian airliner carrying 14 ner ner-ons
ons ner-ons cra hed 10 m'les west of
here yesterday. Three persons
were killed and three were in injured.
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' IV:- Att.M-' RpRESENTATITES at Thifrsday'i Feder! Aero nautlcs Administration meeting in the Civil Affairs Building Balboa, I
' Usteninc to att exnlanatiori of problems and methods involved in the installation of' an automatic teletype, awitching center 'at. the FAA
: 7.r!r ti?-JL -t-nHi0 th. mit.ncr from irlihe which oDeri U throueh Panama, and from the vS armed forces and other aaen-
?iHff'JJ2!!i cI-lK-f APA.,AiiJWn mnt.-aiwi Nannt Marti nM. ASA: Manuel Jacome.' Avianca:- R. C. Hatch and Henry J.
Mirknnm3M-RoM:iMt:ilMqtiin Victoria, KLM; John Al brittoni LAN v Jose Fuenmayor and D, E. Vergara, LAV; Andrew
-.mZZU. BAi-Pnm. nir- Rj A,.Caeheux and Francisco de la Quardia. Jr.v Panagra Panama ouice; v. Arnold, H. A. uver
ji.wiw.vu, ,, T.m r Tamhort T A Stpnn and W, Silva FAA Blhna
kt i i unirm nro av rppmnHi MviuLiuri hbhilhiii:is uuuu. ri iiauini m v r r i ...
.;k. .- VioiiiA b Ramirez. Toeumen communica tions cenler-and control tower, respectively; E. T. Ferreira.
tADefense COTtrol Tower; Lt. Col. John W. Sims and Maj. A. J. Gironda, USAF, Albrook; and J. Barber and Austin F. Enzer.
To Be As Garish
1st. Lt. KENNETH BUKOWSKI, chief Instructor of the Signal Section at the VS. Army Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean School, Fort Oullck, demonstrates one of -the circuits used to train Latin American of
fleers, and enlisted men at the school to Lt. Gen. James F. Collins, deputy chief of staff
for personnel, Department of the Army, and Col. Water A. Downing, new commanding of officer,
ficer, officer, Antilles Command,! U.S. Army Caribbean. From left to right: Brig.' Gen. Milton L. Ogden,
deputy commanding .general, U.S. Army Caribbean; Collins; Bukowskl and Downing.
" (U.S. Army Photo)
'THE NAMED AND THE DEAD'
THE PICTURE THAT WAS FILMED IN PANAMA AND
THE CANAL ZONE OPENS WEDNESDAY AT THE
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LONDON (UPI) Officials
planning to rebuild London s Pic Piccadilly
cadilly Piccadilly ,Circus had to choose be between
tween between sin, sings and garish glider
or dull, dead respectability.
They chose the former and mil millions
lions millions of Londoners cheered.
Piccadilly Circus described as a
"beatiful, vulgar mess," is to
live on in its present form. The
thousands of flashing neon lights
advertising everything from the
beer that is "good for you" to
sexy movies (tnat may not ne)
will still illuminate "the hub of
And the street walkers will still
ply their trade in the shadow of
Eros, the god of love.
Only a few dissenting voices
were Heard when the London
County Council decided not to
make any major changes when
rebuilding plans came up for dis
cussion. The dissenters were
mostly architects. "A neon hel!,"
was one description of the famous
intersection. "Tear it down," they
"What I see in Piccadilly Cir
cus today strikes me not as being
anything benefitial to the. British
Empire, but an absolute degrada
tion,' said Tom Braddock, an
architect. "How can anyone say
that there is anything gay, look
ing at the garish, vulgar adver
tising. maUer which -. surrounds
Piccadilly j-GircusH. j
County. Councillor Miss Leslev
Nettlefold took uj- the challenge.
"Piccadilly Circus is a beautiful
mess. . .1 know lt is garish and
vulgar but let us be vulgar and
garish and fell those things at least
at. one place in London. .Hands
off Piccadilly Circus."
While tho Circus will be retim
ed as a ccnler of London's enter
tainment woild. long-term flails
call for the demolition of nunv eld
buildings, including the famous
Criterion Corner and the London
Pavilion movie theater. New build
ings that incorporate ilhminatcd
signs in the display will be erect erected.
ed. erected. Underground parking lots and
new roads also will be installed.
Despite these changes, there
will be no "farewell. Piccadilly.
goodbye. ." For no place in all
oi Lionoon or anywhere in the
world wherj Londoners gainer, is
so much talked about, go much
criticized and so much loved, as
Firm Leases Oul
-Plane Or Barge
: SAN FRANCISCO -(UPI -The
pilot of a twin-engine trans transport
port transport plane in Colorado and the
skipper of a barge off the Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia coast have one thing in
The craft they command both
belong to a behind-the-scenes en
terprise in 'ha business world, the
United States Leasing Corp:, an
eight-year-old firm that rents but
everything from bulldozers to
Unlike the leasing of property,
and even flets of automobiles, '.he
leasing of a wide range of ma machines,
chines, machines, store fixtures and equip equipment
ment equipment is fairly new.
Leasing became feasible be because
cause because of "tight" money policies
and because companies sought to
avoid being saddled with equip equipment
ment equipment that became obsolote be before
fore before it could be depreciated.
Lt. Gen. Charles B. Stone. USAF
Ret., chief execu'ive officer of
U.S. Leasing, points out mat
"some firms in the electronics and
missiles fields lease all equipment
right down to the stapler on the
In leasing business equipment.
the firm needing it snecifies whose
material it wants and then makes
a lease agreement for a reason reasonable
able reasonable period. U.S. Leasing then
pays the seller at the standard
price when the equipment is deli
vered to the lessee. Whenxa lease
is up it may be extended at a
Gen. Stone adds that while
leasing costs more than outright
purchase, the cost be weighed a
gainst the increased earnings that
result from keeping working capi
"this Naked and the dead ". the film
version of Norman Miller's great novel of
World War II, which opens on Wednesday
at the Deluxe Bella Vista Theatre, has been
brought to the screen with all the power
and rugged realism of the best-selling book.
" For tho Cinemascope and Technicolor
production, producer Paul Gregory has as assembled
sembled assembled a magnificent cast, headed by Al Al-do
do Al-do Ray, Cliff Robertson, Raymond Massey
and LHI St. Cyr. Directed by Roul Walsh
from a screenplay by Dennis and Terry
Sanders "the "-picture's- supporting cast
Includes such Outstanding players as Wil William
liam William Campbell, Richard Jaeckel, and James
Gregory found Panama to be very similar
In terrain and vegetation to the South Pa Pacific
cific Pacific area described In detail in Mailer's nov novel.
el. novel. Tho troupe from Hollywood spent two
months shooting In the green jungles and
i mountains and on river and beach setting
THE NAKED k THE DEAD, brings to together
gether together three principals in another outstand outstanding
ing outstanding war drama, "Battle Cry'', director Walsh,
and stars Ray and Massey. Ray portrays
the tough, bitter efficient Sargeant Croft,
in command of the battle-weary reconnais reconnaissance
sance reconnaissance platoon around which the story cen centers.
ters. centers. Massey plays General Cummings, tha
cynical and eccentric commanding officer,
in charge of the island campaign. Cliff Ro Robertson,
bertson, Robertson, portrays Lt. Hearn, who dares to
taunt a general and Llli St. Cyr the famed
exotic strip teaser, heads a bevy of other
strippers in a riotous sequence in a Hono Honolulu
lulu Honolulu night club.
. Don't miss this big-scale Technicolor dra drama,
ma, drama, which opens next Wednesday at your
Bella Vista theatre.
CHHISTCHlRCH, few IngUnd f
(UPI) A dog was mmaskeu yes-,
terday as the cuipnt in the disap-
pearance or a valuable diamond t
ring at an engagement parirMa
nearby Greytnouth. The ring, a
family heirloom, was p s s tf
around at the panty to be admired ;
by the guests. A short time later, :
it disappeared. Everyone laughed : :-when
when :-when a guest facetiously blamed
the dog, but X-rays taken at a
hospital showed that the dog had
swallowed the ring.
Has Two Sets
Of Faculty Twins
D WIGHT, 111., (UPI) -Dwight
two sets of identical twins on its
Josephine ani Catherine wieg wieg-man
man wieg-man both teach sixth-grade Clas
ses. They live together, dress alike
and belong to the same profession
al and social organizations. They
both graduated from Illinois State
Normal University and earned
masters' degrees from the Univer University
sity University of Illinois.
Tom and Tim Hall are the other
Dwight faculty twins. But thep
don't dress alike and they do not
live together. Tom is married
and has three children. Tim is a
The borthers were graduated
from Iowa 'Wesleyan but then
each went his. own way?'. Tom did
his graduate work at Illinois Nor Normal;
mal; Normal; Tim was awarded his mas master's
ter's master's degree from Southern Illi Illinois
nois Illinois University.
Tim is a coach, physical educa
tion instructor and eighth-grade
social studies teacher at Dwight.
Tom is principal of the school.
CORNS CORN WINNERS
WASHINGTON, Ind. (UPI) -George
and Carl Corn today were
declared winne.s in the Pike
County corn growing contest.
SPACE COCONUT A Thor missile data capsule looks like
a large split coconut after its recovery from the sea. The shell
is foam plastic protective covering. Ejected at 25,000 feet, the
capsule was found more than 1,000 miles from its Cape Ca Canaveral
naveral Canaveral launching spot. Magnetic tape recorder, battery power
pack, radio marker beacon, dye marker, and a "Sofar" ex explosive
plosive explosive bomb were placed in the 18-inch globe.
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PERLAS CATCH-Serwant First Class John Chiles Jr., a member
of the newly organized Fort Kobbe Skindivers Association, shows
an amberjack and a snapper taken on the club's expedition to
the Perlas Islands. Sergeant Chiles, who is With the VS. Army
Caribbean Ordnance Section, and other members of the group
f came home with 35 fish which weighed- nearly 500 pounds.
"4 (U.S. Army Photo)
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The News You've Waited For!
NEW EQUIPMENT FOR
Race Track Graded Entries
6th Sri$ Imp. 7 Fg. Purt $450.00
1st RACE OF THE DOUBLE
Pool Clottt 1:00
3 Valdina J
4 Dawn Song
5 Lady Edna
A. Alfaro 116 Form indicates 3-2
G. Rivera 110 Could make it here 2-1
Hernandez 112 Impressive win last 5-2
E. Dario 108 Dangerous contender 4-1
B. Baeza 108 Disappointed in last 5-2
fnd Race 5th Series Imp. 7 Fg. Purs $500.00 -2nd
RACE OF THE DOUBLE
Pool Closes 1:30
1 Now Then
6 Towns Wall
J. Phillips 106 Should beat these
J T.alavera 106 Best early speed
A. Reyes R. 105 Has shown nothing
V. Tejada 103x Jockey handicaps
A. Credidio 106 Reportedly ready
S. Carvajal 105 In fight to finish
3rd Race "F" Nitives 5 Fgs. Purse $375.00 Pool Closes 2:00
2 Golden Moon
3 Don Grau
6 Rock'n roll
7 Tito Preque
. Credidio 105
G. Milord 110
. Sanchez 115
C. Ruiz 113
Lacks early speed
Could make it here
Good earl) speed
Distance may help
Hard to be it hert
Raves good chance
4th Race 8th Series Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $400.00 Pool Closes 2:30
Special Race for Apprentices QUINIELA
1 Greco H. HMalgo 109x Wide open race
2 Riscal J. Shaik HOx Ran well recently
3 Clarucha H. Pitty 112x Chance on class
4 CoHfato C Quiros 117x Mutuels favorite
5 Thunderstreak R.Preston HOx Bad legs hampei
6 La k S. Lanza 117x Quits without challenge
It Can't Be Proved At Site
But I960 Olympics' Village
Is Almost Half Finished
5th Race "D" Natives 7 Fgs. Purse $400.00 Pool Closes 3:00
FIRESTONE TREAD DESIGN
jr. v x.
"THE WORLD'S SAFEST TIRE"
2 Black Bee
3 Tuti Fruti
R. Preston 103x Early speed only
G. Milord 110 Would surprise
A. Ycaza 118 Form indicates
J U.lloa 113 Pooi effort in last
A Gonzales 104 Rates outside chance
G. Sanchez 113 Rates good chance
6th Race 7th Series Imp. 6 Fgs. Purs 450.00
1st RACE OF THE DOUBLE
Pool Closes 3:40
1 Miss P J. Talavera 108 Good recent races
2 Victoria R B. Baeza 108 Jockey may help
3 Empire Cross A. Credidio 118 Returns in good shape
4 Doble Fna
6 Ru til ante
G. Milord 110 Should beat these
V. Castillo 110 Poor recent races
J. Cadogan 108 Best early speed
S. Hernandez 105 Could surprise
J. Reyes 113 Improved in last
7th Race 4th Series Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse J600.00
2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE
Pool Closes 4:10
G. Milord 113
S. Hernandez 108
A. Credidio 115
J. Phillips 120
A. Ycaza 118
V. Castillo 115
G. Rivera 103
A. Alfaro 105
Best early speed 3-1
Distance will help 4-1
Long overdue 3-2
Has beaten better 5-2
Bad legs lumper . 10-1
Bad legs handicap 10-1
Rates good chance 4-1
Depends on start 5-1
Nothing recently 5-1
8rh Race Special Imp.
6 Cgs.Purse $650.00
Pool Closes 4; 40
1 Account R
7 La Fama
G. Sanchez 110
J. Talavera 135
E. Dario 105
G Milord 112
R. Cristian 113
J. Samaniego 120
M. Guerrero 100
O. Bravo 108
Reportedly better 3-1
-Will fight it out 2-1
Prefers distance 8-1
Weak-hearted quitter 3-1
Has best iinuh 5-2
Form indicates 2-1
Would pay off 10-1
Under new trainer 10-1
9th Race 3rd Series Imp. 7Fgs. Purse $65u.00
Pool Clows 5:15
By HENRY MacLENNON
ROME (UPI) Anyone who
spends 16 cents on an Italian foot football
ball football pool can say he helped build
the ultra-modern eight-million-dollar
Olympic village now being
constructed outside Rome.
However,-there could hardly be
any satisfaction; even for 16 cents,
to look at the village right now.
ft is still only a stretch of barren
The activity on this 1,300-part-ment
village project has been the
construction of a small shed.
"A lot of people think we will
never complete the village in time
for the 1960 Olympics," said Ma Mario
rio Mario Giacomim, of the Olympic
Committee's press office.
"I'll let you in on a secrett" he
added. "We will because the vil village
lage village ip already about half com completed.'
pleted.' completed.' Giacfinini said a good part of
the construction of the village is
being clone in factories which turn
ou( rjre-fabricated houses.
"Drains, gas mains and under underground
ground underground power lines were laid down
years ago bv the Rome City Com
mune on this sue, Giacomim
said. "All we have to do in 12
months is sink pillars, assemble
apartment blocks and lay down
roads and gardens.'
The vllaee, in the exclusive Pa Pa-irioli
irioli Pa-irioli suburb of Rome, is about a
mile from the Foro Italico, the
center whfre most of the Olympic
games will be held. It will house
7.900 athletes scheduled to attend
the sumrripr games, which open
Aug. 25, 1960.
Not more than two nerons will
occupy each of the 7,250 rooms of
1.300 apartments. A bath and show
er will be available for every
groun of six athletes.
Self-contained in every way. The
village will have four post of
fices. 14 naronal restaurants, an
international restaurant, office
space, meeting rooms and park parking
ing parking lots.
Olymmc villa ee apartments will
l;p raised on pillars so that ther
will be free access under each
apartment block leding from one
thronqhfore to another.
Officially, work on the project
began' Mav 12. 1958. after a seri serious
ous serious financial headache.
The Italian atio""! Olvmo'c
Committee, CONI. believed the I;
talian government would prant a
major share of the costs, bu4 the
government said no and CONI
was forced to look elsewhere.
Evervthing went smoothly e e-nouTh
nouTh e-nouTh for most of the Oivmnic
nroiects financed with funds ac accruing
cruing accruing from the national fonthali
oool, Totocalcio. o' which CONI
ets 24 ner cent. Rut the monev
for tho Olympic village was not
After months of negotiations,
however. CONI succeeded in get getting
ting getting several Rome banks to lend
it money. The collateral: Future
part income of CONI's percent
age of the -weekly pool, Totocal Totocalcio.
cio. Totocalcio. v
The Italian Housing Society gets
the village after the games for as assignment
signment assignment to state employe fami families
lies families such as post-office and rail rail-war
war rail-war workers and police.
Begin This Weekend
For Davis Tourney
Qualification tryouts : are' begin
ning this weekend for '. the cham
pionship tourney scheduled by the
Fort Davis Golf Club for Feb. 28.
Only club mem'jc: are eligible to
compete, and will continue the
qualifying rounds until Feb. 7.
All golfers on the Isthmus are
invited to participate in the club's
monthly four-ball tournaments.
The team of Dr. O. C. Irion. Ben
jamin Slaughter, First Lieutenant
Von W. Freenian and Howard H.
Carey took first place iu the Jan January
uary January tournament, with an aver
age score of 69 for 72 holes.
Major Fred Vigil of the U.S. Ar
my Caribbean School presented a a-wards
wards a-wards to the winning foursomes.
On the second place team were
Specialist Five Newton Moseley,
James Collins, Master Sergeant
Josepn l. Dpuglewicz and Special'
let Fiv PlvHn rVirorhv
Taking third were Corporal An Antonio
tonio Antonio Belhcci, Master Sergeant
Robert Upp,. George Neilson and
William Staats, and members of
the fourth place team were Serg Sergeant
eant Sergeant F. A. Stephens, Arthur Bern Bernstein,
stein, Bernstein, Master Sergeant Clayton
Merrill and Sergeant First Class
A special award was presented
to Sergeant First Class Gilbert C.
Edler as the winner of a, pitching
contest on hole II. He drove a baU
to within, nine feet three inches of
the pin on a distance of 197 yards.
FELIPE MOTTA SPORTS
The participating golf pros and,
amateurs who will compete in
the Jin. 29-Feb. 1 $10,000 Pane Pane-ma
ma Pane-ma Open will have good
chance to pick up some extra
prizes in the tournament.
Among the added incentives for
good playing will be two bot.
ties of Va, 69 Scotch wshisky for
each player who turns In an 1-
hole round of exactly 6 during
the four days of play in the O O-pen.
pen. O-pen. ,,'.-...
The donation Is being made by
Felipe Motta and Son, local dis distributors
tributors distributors of Vat 49:
2 El Agheila
7 Play Boy
108 Impressiv. win last
108 Not against these
112 Should be clost up
lin Nothing in month3
106 Best early speed
lOlx Not with this rider
110 Last doesn't count
105 Must go lo ei
110 Barely won last
118 Seems best here
10th Race 1st Serie Imp. 7 F9S. Purs 1,000 Pool Closes 5:40
R. Cristian 115 Seems best here
G. Rivera 108 Could be upsetter
VOGHERA, Italy (UPI)-Police
yesterday held man identified as
an American for allegedly showing
off two nistols, in a 'local bar.
Police identified the man as Don
ald James, 28, of Virginia City,
Mont. They said they weire holding
him for investigation after he
brandished the guns in a public
place. James claimed he was a
collector of guns, police said.
E. Dario 100 Completely outclassed 25-1
J. Ulloa 112 Better this week 2-1
11th Race 5th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.Purse JSOO.O
3 Mar Bravo
5 High Day
8 Don Cirilo
J. Ulloa 110
H. Pitty 104x
A. Reyes R. 115
G. Milord 112
B. Baeza 115
B. Aguirre 110
G. Sanchez 110
O. Bravo 113
R. Cristian 115
A. Credidio 110
Form indicates 2-1
Must go lower 15-1
Way above head 15-1
Razor sharp form 3-1
Usually disapooints 5-2
Jockey handicaps 3-1
No chance apparently 15-1
Gets real test here 4-1
Could score again 5-1
-Not good enough 10-1
.: v 1 '4.-T '., l I 7 SfS.
informal, Critico, .Loop
Only Other S&ter5ln5
$1000 Seven Furlong Dashl
The Stud Cuatro Ases speedster Dependable
groes .after his second gtraight triumph in the Pres President
ident President Remon racetrack's" top class th,is afternoon
when he opposes Crio. Lobo and Informal over
seven furlongs for a $1,000 purse.
Last Sunday Dependable flashed
six furlongs in 1:12 while whip whipping
ping whipping Ragazza and Perdulairio with
something teft. This time he
should be able to accomplish anoth another
er another victory wit much more ease.
Cristian Rebolledo, who rode Dan Daniel
iel Daniel Ciniglio's pride in his last start,
will again have the, kg up on the
long-striding ;.English colt.
Dependabla will tote ll5 as com compared
pared compared to ll? fcr Informal. The
latter; was fourth last week while
carrying 116' against 108 f,or the
winner. Jose Ulloa, as usual, will
Critiqoj which scored over Hora Hora-cio
cio Hora-cio in the lower brack his last
time out, in with 1ft and will
be ridden by competent Guiller Guiller-mo
mo Guiller-mo Rivera,. Lobo, hopelessly out outclassed,
classed, outclassed, will be guided by veteran
The secondary attraction shapes
up as a much more attractive e e-vent
vent e-vent than the feature. Mondesir
will try for the tnird time to score
a victory in the thin" series.
Braulio Baeza will be aboard th
Stud Venezuela racer in the $650
seven lurion dasn. He will be op opposed
posed opposed by Eicabu, Abolengo, Play Playboy,
boy, Playboy, Mouche, Chacotero, GAvilan,
Distante, El Agheila and Xistulla
ri. Of this group, SicabUj Distante,
El Agheila and Xistullari were all
winne-s their previous times out.
Another race that shapes up on
paiper as a sure fire thriller is the
nightcap in which Vrgniaux,"Mar
tlet, Mar Bravo, Mariman, High
Day, Coltro, Trirreme, Don Cirlo,
Cheyenne and Teddy .will match
strides. Mariman, Don Cirilo, Che Cheyenne
yenne Cheyenne -.and Teddy all won their
Eight other interesting races are
included on the card. '"
Double Four aft:r an absence
of some 'seven months returned
in top form yesterday to defeat
a field of second1 series through-b-eds
in the feature event.
The Cococha Stable's color-bear
er sped over the six furlongs in
the good Ime of 1:12 3-5. Second
was the Stud Chumuneu's Homan
and noses- apart were Alpina and
Rosila Maria in the third and
fourth sports. J. Talavera"' rode
A favorite in the betting, double
Four paid $4 to win and $2.80 to
place. The one-two Double Four Four-Horn
Horn Four-Horn an paid $31.20.
Biggest upset of the afternoon
was the' $596 one-two paid by the
Last Dust-Festival combination in
the ninth race. The Quintero-own-ed
mare paid $18.20 to win, and
$11.40 for place while rank out outsider
sider outsider Festival returned a juicy
$55.20 for place.
1 Maglia $10.20, $5.20
Camakas $5.20. V
1- Plucky $5.40, $3.20
2 Cleron $3.60
first double: $27.20
1 Soberano $5.40,- $3.40
2 Chito $5.
1 Condottierro $6.20, $3.60
2 Arancel $6.40
1 Solito $17, $5.80
2 Tingat, $5.20
1 Saprlsti $12.60, $3.80
2 Manandoagua $2.60
1 Manuela Pedraia $14.0, 4 .40
2 Posiblemente $2.80 ',--v:
SECOND DOUBLE: $i3i
EIGHTH RACE f i a- ;
1- Le Matelot $i, $2.8 ?
2 Alhajar $3.60
1 Last Dust $18.20, $11.40
2 Festival 55.20 -,k
1 Double Four $4, $2-80
2 Homan $3.80.
1 Lady Edna
2 Now Then-
3 Don 5ru
5 Tutl Frutl
11 High Day
; Roek'n Roll'
; Debt Fia
LOS ANGELES (NEA) Ted
Bates dropped into his home city
of Los Angeles to pick up his NEA
All-America awards and the Ore Oregon
gon Oregon State tackle disclosed that
he's troubled by a weighty pro problem,
blem, problem, Bates wants, to put on a few
pounds about 30.
Young Ted wants to be a pro professional,
fessional, professional, you see, and the poor
kid is just too small, He only
weighs 220 and stands no mora :
than siiitwo,. ,;,.. ,t
.-"But. all the pro pebpl' tell me
I'm" not big enough," says Bates
with a worried look. fMaybe
they're right, but I'd sure like fo
give it a try."
11 S P E
1st, 2nd 6th, 7th RACES
DU P LETAS
3rd and 9th RACES
4th and 8th Races
8TH RACE IMP. 6 FURLONGS
POOL CLOSES 4:40
1. ACCOUNT RENDER G. Sanchez 110
2. MANIART J. Talavera 115
3. DAMAJUANA E. Dario 105
4. GRANADERO R. Cristian 113
5. PORRO "... G. Milord 112
6. ALDAR J. Samaniego 120
7. LA FAMA M. Guerrero 100
8. MULCHEN O. Bravo 100
For the convenience
of our patrong we are
now operating at the
Arena de Colon.
Children Are Not
Allowed At The
M A C E
PRESIDENT REWL' ON
iTJNDAY. JANUARY 15. 1959
Ever -Moving Globetrotter
mereiv routine s-or
Bacltbreakingi ? Schegu ei
David, Aguad ul ce Fans fa See
.... i vf.t : 0
PANAMA PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE
Teams ; ; K M CV CB
Kings t V. ,t . x ; v 7 5 8
Marlboro ..3 xy 6 6
Crvza ; Balboa 2 3 5 x.
Totals :...9 14 '16 19 58
, TODAY'S GAMES (2)
At David: Marlboro (Hardison 2-3) vs. Cerveza Balboa
-Game time: 10 a.m.
At Aauadulce; Carta Vieja (Anderson 2-5) vs. Kings
, : Game time: 2 p.m.
NEW YORK (UPI)-Some gap gaping
ing gaping holes would have been left in
baseball history had the stars of
yesteryear followed the recent mi mi-ior
ior mi-ior league suggestion: Quit the
lame if you don't make the ma major
jor major leagues in five years.
That five-yeats-or-quit sugges suggestion
tion suggestion was one of the rebuttals frojtt
baseball officials against the cam campaign
paign campaign of International. League
players to- get a pension plan.
Perhaps the officials have for forgotten
gotten forgotten Marse Joe McCarthy, a
9Mi'lHp in 'Htm triihofi- for 14
years.. Joe stuck It 6utfaid W
eame a manager wno iea ine
New' York Yankees' to eight Amer Amer-Icanv
Icanv Amer-Icanv League championships and
lix world titles.
,The long list of those who re refused
fused refused to give up in the minors
Includes, of course, Paul Rich Richards
ards Richards called by Casey Stengel
"one of the best brains in base baseball
ball baseball today."
Fourteen Miner Ysars
IRichards spent 14 of his first
it baseball seasons in the mi miners.
ners. miners. But he's $75,00O.a year ex executive
ecutive executive in the game .today, with
Baltimore. And he's, .probably a
lot happier than .if he. .had turned
to some other occupation after
five seasons in 'the minors.
Jim Turner; spent 12 years in
the lower echelon before he won
20 games as' rookie for the
Boston Braves la 1938- And loday,
thanks to his perserverence, he's
one of the .m.osA aK1Up and high highly
ly highly paid coaches in. the business.
He picks up ljis Annual World Se Series
ries Series check wrth the New York
Yankees and is doing quite well.
Exceptions Well, Jt's a. long,
long list; and it includes, men who
starred afield s well as in man
aging or coaching capacities later
in peir careers.
Maalie Modern Example
An excellernt uvodern example is
that master curve-baller Sal Wag-
lie. One of the National League's
authentic greats, he pitched the
Giants to two championships and
helped the Dodgers to another ie
naa spent seven years in wie mi
nors "learning his trade."
Want more? Johnny Mize ..
Fred FiUsimmons -. Marv, Gris Gris-soim
soim Gris-soim . V ftick i Pohovan .: .Stan
Covelski J Max SurkonU. Joe
Collins . etc.
Mize. number nine on the all
time homerun list with 359. was
seven years downstairs before he
made the big time: Fltzslmmons,,
the great knuckle-bailer who won
214 major league games; ,came
up:to the majors' in his seventh
years in the organized sport.
11 Years In Minors
, Grissom, one of the senior cir circuit's
cuit's circuit's finest relief pitchers of the
past two decades, spent 11 frus
trating years in the minors. Don
ovan. right-handed ace of the
White Sox, was a minor -leaguer
for eight seasons.
Coveleski didn't quit after eight
minor years. He ?went en to win
20 games four times for the In
mans, as well as chalking up
three World Series victories in the
Surkont put in nine years below,,
but he came ud and set the mod
ern record' of eight consecutive
strikeouts while pitching for the
Braves, ,May 25, 1953. Collins? He
was down there 10 years but
climbed up and walked off with
six Yankee world series Checks,
r FREE COURSE
By J. J. HARRISON Jr.
Pro League activity again shifts
to interior towns today. The last
place Cerveza Balboa Becrmcn
are scheduled to play the second
place Marlboro Smokers in David
at 10 o clock this morning anq tne
league leading Kings are set tor
an afternoon contest at 2 o'clock
Probable pitchers are Pat Sacn Sacn-tlebury
tlebury Sacn-tlebury (2-5), for Cerveza Balboa
against Jim Hardison (2-3 for
Marlboro,, rfnd Bud Black (4-Z), for
the Kings, against the Yankees'
John Anderson (2 5).
Th (Oin.9 who art-llv gam
ahead of the Smokars, hav
practically sewn up tha flag.
From hare en in th main barM
will be for second place between,
1h Marlboro and Carta Vieja.
Two games separate the second
and third place club's, with the
Beermen trailing ten games be behind.
The Kings all but clinched the
pennant Friday by comin up with
four runs in the bottom of the
ninth to score a dramatic come come-from
from come-from behind 5-4 victary over the
Pumpsie Green, hit what was
probably the mo:t impor ant dou
bid of his nir.. twobaggers this
season, to drive nome three run
ners with two outs and leaVe the
Smokers on the field. Jim Hardi Hardison
son Hardison was on the mound at the time.
as tne players and. umpires
walked off, manager Stannford
Graham, who could have been
likened to a dying man catching
at a staw, protested to the arbit
ers that G.een't hit had been of
the ground rule variety.
The ball had dropped in close
to the left field line and rolled
into foul territory near the bleach
ers aa George Altman tried vain
ly for a shoestrig catch.
Had the hit been a around rule
double as Graham argued, Vibert
uarice, who scored th. winning
run all the ay from first, would
have had to stop at third and the
game would have been tied up 4-4
However, the shook-up pilot,
who knew as anybody else, did
that his beef was unjustified, cut
his argument short and wat'a sad
looking figure $ he walked un unbelievingly
believingly unbelievingly to the dressing room.
The same had cone into the low
er half of the ninth with the Kings,
iraumg -i ana mree oi tne smoK
er funs beine unearned.
! Ihd ft .not been fofcfcostly errori
s one, .the. .score would have been
i-r up to the bottom of the ninth.
ine amoKers only earned run
came on a-homerun blow by Rob Rob-by
by Rob-by Prescott in the fourth, and the
Kings; first marker was he pro product
duct product of a roundtripper by Gail Hen-
iey in me eigntn.
The breaks truned in favor of
the Kings in the ninth, and they
did Just what has been typical of
them all season: took advantage
Both losing pitcher Humber Humber-to
to Humber-to Robinson, who gave way to
Hardison with the baei load loaded
ed loaded and one out in the ninth,
and MamavMa Osorlo, who was
the victim of his mates' miscues
before he was lifted for a pinch,
hitter In the seventh, gave top top-notch
notch top-notch performances.
Winning pitcher Stanley Arthur
also was at his best in the game
where sood pitching stood out pro prominently.
minently. prominently. Little Stan the Man allowed only
one runner to reach bane in the
two frames he worked.
With two outs in the eighth
Manitn Bernard 'trnt ah mhmm v.
was hit by a oitch. Three batters
who faced Arthur went down oc
The game was arobably the
most thrilllne of host of exeIN
Ing contests Jhat have been play.
To Make lone
Ambitious is the word to des describe
cribe describe this season's undertaking of
Abe .Saperstein's nomadic
Harlem Globetrotters of basket basketball,
ball, basketball, whose itinerary includes an
appearance tomorrow night at th.
Panama Nat opal Gym. The Trot Trotters
ters Trotters and the N.Y. Nationals will
play each other after a game in
which the female stars, Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood Queens, begin the program
They're not only touring Am America
erica America and Canada extensively in
this, their thirty-second consecuti consecutive
ve consecutive season of play, but there's a
junket to Australia, New Zealand
the Far East and the islands of
the Pacific on the schedule.
In addition, another group, res responding
ponding responding to Vice President Richard
Nixon's request for more visits by
American sports groups to stimul stimulate
ate stimulate American prestige in the coun countries
tries countries Jo the south, takes in South
and Central Americas,' Mexico and
the islands of the Caribbean.
A tenth anniversary summer
tour of Europe also is on the
agenda for 1959.
Extraordinary, you say? No,
just routine. Take a look' at the
October, 1957, through August,
1958, campaign completed by the
greatest basketball aggregation
the world has ever known.
Their regular winter activities
saw them win 163 of 164 games
Dlaved. Thev went out to aeain
win, this time by a 13-5 margin.
tne annual April world series of
Basketball from the 1958 Col College
lege College All-Americans, and then
their annual summer tour of Eu
rope saw 101 victories record a-
gainst the United States Stars, a
piCKea team of pros and college
aces who accompanied them.
Aeain enhancing tlhpir remits.
tion of America's Ambassadors of
Good Will, the Trotters inoreased
their number of performances at
the Brussels World's Fair and
staged a number of free clinics,
at tne -request of the U.S. State
In addition, accepting an Invita Invitation
tion Invitation from Drew Pearson, nationally-known
syndicated colu m n i s t
and again with the blessing of the
State Department. Saierstein twt
together a unit of Globetrotter
players, an opposing squad of
white professional,stars, refrere,es
entertainers .nd officials,, paid all
aaianes puim jiis own pocket, ,and
accompanied a Pearson group of
performers on a tour of A
military bases overseas. Thous Thousands
ands Thousands and thousands of GIs who
couldn't get home for the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas holiday wpm maHo hannv htr
free appearances in Morocco,Li-j
oya, ,r.gupi ana Bermuda.
No Wonder Senator Hompr fa no.
hart (Rep-Indiana) wrote Saper-
'Sometime T thlnlr Aha that
the United States Government
should put up a big monument to
you because of the good-will you
nave spreaa ail over the world."
No wonder, too, that President
Eisenhower Hinatihorf a
ly-autographed photographed of
nimseit to Saperstein with this
the servicemen of America in for-
25TH FOR $14,000 Don January,
who tied for 11th in the 1958 Pan
ama Invitational Open, will be
making his second attempt to wio
the Seagrram's Cup and the Pan Panama
ama Panama Open title at the Panama
Golf Club this week. Don will be
sponsored by Cemento Panama.
Widener Chute Rammed Dovth
Fan s Throats For No Reason1
Stewart Granger in
"Harry Black and The Tiger"
Cinemascope and Color!
Mickey Rooney in
"A Nice Little Bank That
Should Be Robbed"
By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YOK f NEA1 The ahan.
donment of the Widener Course
at Belmont Vark is hailei by New
York racing fans as the greatest
thing that happened to them since
the leeali. a tion of Darimutul
It took the inroads of night trots
.at ultra mode', tracks to finally
force those in charge of flat rac racing
ing racing to finally get rid of the most
cordially disliked course in the
long ht tory of the sport.
The Widenei Course, as the mil millions
lions millions who came to despise it
throughout more than 30 yeas
know, was a six and-a-half furlong
chute cutting diagonally across
the mile-and-a half track. The tote
board hid seven-eighths of the
chute. Spectators had little or no
view from start to finish, knew
even less about what was going on.
BECAUSe THE W DT'JER
COURSE largely was associated
with two-year-olds, nea- old-tim
ers wht) professed to see some good
on it, asked how New York racing
would accomm date the large
nelds of the past.
They wanted to know what
would become of all the juveniles
which participated in those caval
ry charges down the straighta
way. The -50-foot width of the
Widener Course at the stat ena
bled it to accommodate a double
gate-'oad of horses, 28 in one race.
No other course in the country
could safely hold such a large
fiild. The .nain Belmont track ac ac-commoda'es
commoda'es ac-commoda'es no more than 14.
This wa important to the coun
try at large, ,the near old-t mers
pointed out, because New York
supplies most the racing s ock
Would owners of two-year olds
now have to wait turns?
What were the physical prob problems
lems problems involvec' in moving- races
from five to six-and-a half fur
longs to the main cinirse?
THIS SOUNDED SERIOUS, .so
we contac ed F-ank E. (Jimmy)
Kilroe, racing secretary and offi offi-c.al
c.al offi-c.al handicapper at all New York
tracks and Santa Anita Park.
"At Belmont's last SDrine meet-
ing; which ran 'rom May 12 to
July 5," says Kilroe, "only 31, o
slightly less th n half of the two
year-old nres, drew more than
12 entrie". Fourteen closed with
20 or more, and since five of thee
were divided, we had only nine
which nnde full use of the Widen Widener
er Widener Course.
"At the autumn meeting, which
"an from Aug. is8 to Oc 20, the
two-year-olds were In full swing
after the usual spring epidemic of
coughing and other miseries, and
61 of 87 two-year-old races had
more than 2 entries. Only 20 of
these races were rua on the Wide
ner Course, generally limited
one race a day in Ihe fall. 1
"The Widener Ciurse 'ast .sef
son was essent!al to only 29 $
the 150 two year-old races run i
Belmont." , T
THE OPPO t, UNITY TO Rtf
two-year-oids is bound to -be,'JeB
fened some by the closing.'! -'n
W'dene Course, but, it-Jinj'
Kilroe, points out, the over alktri
feet on" New York radnfftnayh
to bring it into better"' balaf
What he means is that there wl
be more r-cJ and stable 'jrotm
lor older horses-.-
As for physical problem in
movii.g baclc K the. main track,
Marshfll Ca si' director of rac rac-ing
ing rac-ing at New York tracks, points on :
that youngsters in -a: .flve'fis'lojt:
race at Belmont w'll run, TOO. fee
before hit ing the wide far turn
where 330 feet would be enougl
tor a flld of 14. , ...
"Most trJners objected toM'
Widener Course anyway,' racin."
o'ficials te'l; y .. "becauae-youn:
horses frequently were upset Whe?
put back on the turns. Those wh wh-favored,
favored, wh-favored, the chute had a, selud
motive. They bad more opportuni
ty to train youngsters, to futr'jttl
the-faste- cen er of a crowit truck
On all other courses, "the" ma'n it
dea was to get to the rail and tak
the shortest way."
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'NO TIME for SERGEANTS"
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'Harry Black and The Tiger"
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WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi
4nt' Eisenhower said today fed
ml agencies are studying what
'1ey can do to educate the chil chil-'Wlren
'Wlren chil-'Wlren of military personnel in
Norfolk, Va., and other areas
.'where public schools have been
.closed to avoid desegregation.
i-He told his news conference that
inch children constitute more than
i third of the 15,000 students af affected
fected affected by the school closings in
. He said the Navy and the De-
lartment of Health, Education
. inrl Welfare are working hard on
he Droblem to determine what
Jiey can do to provide schools for
There is no question, the Presi-
lent said, of the federal govern
ment's legal right to set up
; schools for children who actually
. live on military reservations.
But he said it is not so clear
hat the government can do about
jhlldren who live outside such
posts. Only about 500 of the 5,500
shildren of military families in
the Norfolk area actually live on
: the oost. he said.
Eisenhower was asked whether
i9t bad ny comment on the ap-
ealfOf Gov. J. Lindsay Almond
ifVlreinia that people of his
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Just a couple of weeks ago two
Assemblymen had themselves a
heated battle during one of the
sessions of the National Assembly,,
that incident passed and apparent
ly filed away in the memory bag.
Thursday last week saw one of
the Assemblymen involved in the
first incident, roughing it up with
another Assembplymen. It was so
good that there was real dramatic
flare during the gun-play. We do
believe that such actions is not
viewed too well by the outside
world, on the other hand it does
not lend to best interests and es esteem
teem esteem of the legislative body.
Attending a party for Neida
Harper last Tuesday evening eas
Keith Francis, Wayae Harper, Ju
state stand fast in their resis-
tance to integration, despite new
rulings by state and federal
courts that Virginia's "massive
resistance" laws are unconstitu
The President replied that the
laws have been held invalid by
the state's own highest court. In
this situation, he said, the ques
tion seems to be whether citi
zens are ready to obey state and
A reporter told the President
that some people felt it would be
helpful if he declared himself in
favor of the Supreme Court's de
segregation ruling, rather tpan
merely saying he has a constitu constitutional
tional constitutional duty to uphold its deci decisions.
sions. decisions. Eisenhower replied witlh some
heat that he does not believe it
is ever desirable for the Presi President
dent President to express approval or dis disapproval
approval disapproval of any Supreme Court
The implication of such an ex expression,
pression, expression, he said, would be that
he might enforce some decisions
with more vigor than others,
whereas he has sworn in his oath
of office to uphold all court rul
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MUNICH (UPI) Justice offi-
cials'said yesterday they planned
to ask the United States to extra extradite
dite extradite lawyer Hans J. Glauer, cnurg cnurg-ed
ed cnurg-ed with taking part in a million million-mark
mark million-mark ($240,000) embezzlement.
Glauer was arrested in Las Ve Vegas,
gas, Vegas, Nev. He allegedly smuggled
the money to the United States
after victimizing an unidetil'ied Mu Munich
nich Munich businessman.
FOR SALE: 1957 Plymouth
convertible, push-button trans transmission,
mission, transmission, power steering, power
brakes, radio, 16,000 miles, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-2989.
FOR SALE: 1953 Buick Super,
2-door, hardtop, Dynaflow, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. Call Navy
FOR SALE: 1958 Yauxhall Vic Victor
tor Victor Sedan. Driven only 1500
miles. $1550.00. Phone Balboa
WAKGRAVE, England (UPI)
Thames River floods have forced
local merchant Tony Saw to
make his deliveries in rowboats.
Shaw selLs fish.
dith Johnson, Naida Innis, Nornv
ly Blackwell and Chela Walker a
The event was in celebration of
the birthday anniversary of Neida.
Many happy recents, although
Speaking of birthdays, photoman
Norman Bennett, naa niraseir a
real gone time last Friday, when
numerous friends and admirers
of the genial Norman dropped in
and even surprised him for the oc
casion by so doing.
Norman claimed that his mind
was more centered on the Carni
val and the new scenery he is
planning for his new ultra modern
studio on Central Avenue than on
the birthday celebration. A gay
chap, Norman did, however, en
It is said that 93 employe of
the Panama Canal would be re receiving
ceiving receiving awards now for services
to the company government.
That's a migihity fine gesture,
but there is still some; amount of
squawk about the application of
this single wage deal.
Over en the Atlantic side the
former Gov. Ramon Mendei, in installed
stalled installed the officers of a newly
organiied social club known aa
Club Social y Depertive Fidelia
Taking the oath of office were:
Clarence Lebert, .president; Ri Rica
ca Rica rdo Nelson, vice president; Re
ginaldo Chambers, secretary;
Francisco Bolt, press secretary;
Emilio Dixon, treasurer; Eddie
Cobham, business manager; Vie
tor Grinion, trutee.
Here rs wishing the new club
the best of everything.
We had occasion to come in
contact with insurance man Ri-
cardito Arango, during our opera
tions last veek, and he quipped,
"whdn more people become acci accident
dent accident conscious and insurance con
scious, then it really won't be so
difficult, to reduce the number of
fatalities brougn. about by acci accidents
dents accidents and the number of families
left in difficult economic condition
when the head of the household
We do not want to comment too
much on this fact, but we will
say that "Ricairdito" did strike a
definite point and a serious one
at that. It would be very good if
more serious consideration be gi
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FOR SALE: Wilier hard rock
maple drop leaf table-extends to
108". Six chairs and custom
made table pads. Cost $500, sell
$300. Emerson console radio, 3
speed, phono comb, $75. Call
FOR SALE: RCA radio, phono phono-graph
graph phono-graph console. Rattan corner set.
Consist of tiered corner table and
3 sectional chairs with inner
spring seat and back cushions
with attractive covers. Rattan
round coffee table new, Nice
green leather Bar. Vacumm
cleaner. Phone 314 Coca Solo.
House Number 235-4.
FOR SALE: Mahogany bunk
beds. Mahogany dining room set
table, chair and China closet,
0595-B, Bayano Street. Phone
FOR SALE: Six, piece bamboo,
livingroom set. Via EspaAa No,
2027, Tel. 3-2150.
FOR SALE: Baby carriage, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, $25.00, phono
FOR SALE: Chinese ebony liv liv-ingroem,
ingroem, liv-ingroem, ten pieces, sold together
or separata. 34th St. No. 4-58.
FOR SALE: One beautiful ma mahogany
hogany mahogany dining room set. Com Complete,
plete, Complete, lifce new, consisting of 12
pieces. Also: Beautiful Italian
figurines, Italian crystal and Chi China
na China with silver. 4 sets of nylon
vertical blinds. Call Balboa 2-
3380 or home address 0788 Wil Williamson
liamson Williamson Place, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Dining table and
four chairs set, $25.00, Kelvi.
nator refrigerator $35.00. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-7457.
FOR SALE: Mahogany dining
room set. bamboo living room
furniture. Singer treadle sewing
machine, 7 cu. ft. 6.1. Freexer.
Good condition, reasonable. Phone
FOR SALE; One rug, wool,
gold. 10 ft. by 12 ft. Telephone
two point. What gay
Guests at a oartv riven In n.i.
bow City last evening for Marcia
ivuwe, inciuaea, rem Ellis, Ceci Cecilia
lia Cecilia Dottin. Eduardo Cumharha,tih
Roberto Cumbatch, Amelia Rowe.
naiuia nosemona, vaiina Grimes
Veronica Lewis and Patricia Dray Dray-ton.
ton. Dray-ton. Returning from renresenflna Mi.
National colors in the recent Olym Olympic
pic Olympic games held in Venezuela was
KODerto lynu, who participated
in the soccer games.
Beverly Stevens of Colon, was
over in the capital last weekend
as the guest of Miss Raquel Ty Ty-rill.
rill. Ty-rill. Our condolence to Margarito I I-saac
saac I-saac and family on. the recent de demise
mise demise of their next of kin Etienne
We were told by friend Gui Gui-llermo
llermo Gui-llermo and Tonus Le Blanc of lo local
cal local undertaking fame, that soon.
very soon, they will be presenting
the Isthmian populace with a real
gone surprise. ."Just you wait
auu see meu sam.
Miss Alene George Is present presently
ly presently playing host to Mrs. Rose
Brown de Adams of Now York.
She is accompanied by nor ton
Pvt. Llewellyn Bernard, who i
stationed t Aberdeen Broving
Grounds in Maryland.
National guardsman Roy Fran Fran-cis,
cis, Fran-cis, last Friday came in for greet
j"B gaiwe irom nis numerous
mentis. ,ine occasion. .well
you should know his birthday ol
The Jets combo opened at the
Cafe Casa Blanca last Friday even
ing to a solid house with good mu music
sic music and solid shows.
The popular recreation rendez rendezvous
vous rendezvous will be solidlv booked arh
night of -the week with as many
snows as tne folks are willing to
Grin and Bear It: "Why, are you
home so late, dear?," was the
question posed by a father to his
"Well," replied the boy, "I miss missed
ed missed the streetcar at the corner
Then I went around the other cor corner
ner corner to catch the bus, but I missed
that also, so I ran all the wav
home behind the streetcar and
aved a nicke! fare "I think tha
was really silly of you son," said
the father. ."why didn't you run
Deninn tne dus and. save a dime
Instead P" s
Thought for Today: The mind fcs
its own place, and In itself Can
make a heaven of hell, and a hell
of neaven. Milton.
Piles Hurt You)
Don't suffer from painful, Itohlnr
?Li iiot.h,' hou'! without trying trying-ChlMreld.
ChlMreld. trying-ChlMreld. Upon epplloatlon ChlnarolS
etarte eurblnf Pile mlaerlea t waye: 1,
laws pain end ltohlnf. t. Helps shrink
sore, awoll.n tissues, I. H.lp nature
5iil,rrU,t,d "embrenee end ellay Pile
FOR SALE Beautiful and deco decorative
rative decorative artificial flowers, plastics,
Spanish and Italians. The best
prices. Your visit will be appre appreciated.
ciated. appreciated. Athis, at Mini-Max.
FOR SALE: 10 cu. ft. Sorrel
electric ice box, excellent con condition,
dition, condition, 04 19-A, Yenado Street,
FOR SALE: Electric plant. 9.5
KW, 1 10220 volts 1 phase. 60
cycles, goad condition. $300.00;
steel file cabinet; dining table
and six chairs; .Well seasoned
mahogany lumber 25c. board
foot. Balboa 1-3630.
FOR SALE; An independent four
room house in Pueblo Nueve
$60.00. (Phone 3-0351.)
FOR SALE: Excellent lot 900
M2 between Ave. Federico Boyd
& New Balboa Boulevard
$25,000.00 (Phone 3-0357).
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Fiberglass beat,
finished, 19 ft. bottom, $.1900.
Boat, not painted, fiberglass bot bottom,
tom, bottom, $1700. Fageel motor, used,
50 h.p., $600. Fageel motor,
new, h p.. $850. Two Evinrude
motors, 30 h.p., with electric
starter, $475 each. For more in information
formation information call 3-7206. Da Lator-
Will sell or trade for boat or
motor, new Kenmore gas water
heater. Mr, Sweeney, 3-6426
No Message Message-Just
Just Message-Just Good Fun
By DICK KLEINER
NEW YORK (NtA -,erry
Mulligan, the great jazi saxophon
ist, is probably the world's only
tall, thin-man who k alwaya over overweight.
weight. overweight. . i
But what's: overweignt isni ne
man, but nis music. ieny w
the road most of the time and
he won't go without his record
player and his records.
"wnen my Daggage wbu
in," he says, "I'm always over
weight. I bring my recoras aiuug
and relax mat way aner mow mow-Mostly
Mostly mow-Mostly Bach Johann Sebastian.
that is; these Bachs are a targe
family. I mean the writing Bacn.
He'a good for almost any occa
Gerrv settled down in one place
long enough to do the wonderful
John Mandel score behind the mo
vie. "I Want to Live," starring
Susan Hayward. There are two
albums out on the United Artists
labrl on this bold music, and Ger
ry thinks it should lead to an Aca Academy
demy Academy Award nomination for Man Man-del.
del. Man-del. Mulliean is a Marion. Ohio, pro
duct who was first attracted to
iazr hv some records his parents
bought records featuring Paul
Whiteman and McKinney's Cot
ton Pickers. He was around four at
He started out playing the piano
and then, still in grade school,
switched to the clarinet. Then he
started in on the saxes first
tenor, then alto, now baritone.. He
also plays the trumpet and cornet
and "knows the trombone' pretty
well, although I an't play it well."
His next ambition is to tackle a
strine instrument either the
viola or cello "but not for public
consuption, just for my own sake.
The sandy-haired blue-eyea mn
sician nnas playing music run,
"otherwise I wouldn't be in it,
I'd be writing music.
But he does have one son a II
gripe, which is the jazz critics who
write articles and imply he's doing
this or that.
"When I get up to play," he
says. "I'm not trying to prove any
thing just playing what I like, the
way I like it. It reminds me of
that story about Chopin. He was
complaining about the articles
which tried to say he wrote a cer
tain piece for one reason or an
other. 'Would they believe me,' he
asked, 'if 1 said I wrote this niece
because it was raining and I bad
no place to go?"
For hl-fl buss (which if
species no exterminator can
touch), there's an interesting new
gimmick called the Institute, of
High Fidelity. For one flat fee
($10 a year), a hi-fi fan gets a 'test
tape or disk to use in getting best
reproduction, a newsletter, a sub subscription
scription subscription to one of five hi-fi maga magazines,
zines, magazines, a book, advice when need
ed and even a lapel pin and wall
certificate. The only thine you
don't get is a bottle of invisible ink
and a secret code. i
The Institute (at 125vEsst 23rd
St.; N.Y. 10) is an arm of the In Institute
stitute Institute of High Fidelity Mamifct
urers, so all the advice and other
infroraation is accurate. This is
not for the casual listener, but the
real hi-fanatic might Investigated
Jack Haskell's new record "Be
FOR SALEr Lots 500 and 1.000
meters, in the Nueve Hipodrome
Urbanization, across the Ramon
Racetrack. AH lota with street
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBarnett.
FOR SALE: Concrete chalet,
two bed rooms, eighteen Miami
windows," wil give free of charge
all furniture, tools seta, etc., to
buyer, only $10,000.00. Come
out and aee it, dosen't cost any anything.
thing. anything. BDA.v DOMINGO DIAZ
Street, El Buen Pastor House No.
430. Tel. 4-030J. Panama.
FOR SALE: Bargain, beautiful
farm at Cermeno. Phone 2-3162.
Piano lessons, group (6) begin beginners.
ners. beginners. $1.00. Monday, Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, Friday, 4 to 5 p.m. Amer American
ican American Legion,, upstairs, Mrs. Tor Tor-bert.
bert. Tor-bert. SCHOOL FOR DOGS
LONDON (UPI) The league
for Canine defense presented
tilan yesterday that would send
bad dogs to reform school instead
uf beina out to death, xne league,
which will submit the plan to
Parliament, wants to lock up de delinquent
linquent delinquent dogs and tram them.
Certain delinquent owners, it said,
should be anned from eeping
dogs for life.
Jack Haskell amy Mailkaa
Sure, Make No Mistake"- on
Thunderbird brings this accom
panying letter from Thunderbird's
head man, Jordan Ramin.
"I have decided to release the
enclosed record despite bodily-
armed threats about doing so. Jack
Haskell, who is completely blame blameless
less blameless for the material, has been
blackmailed by me into doing the
session, since I not only wrote
these songs, but published them,
recorded them and waited in line
at the post office to mail them.
And they happen to be good.
Haskell foes his usual fine job.
He's what could be called an un unsung
sung unsung singer, if there is any such
TAIPEI. Formosa (UPI) Mos
lems on the China mainland are
turning increasingly anti-Communist
because the Communists are
forcing them to eat pork, which
violates the islamic religion, a
Chinese Moslem leader said Fri
day. Halid Shih Chish chou,
president of the Chinese Moslem
Assn. in Nationalist China, told
the nationalist newspaper China
News the Communists had banned
Moslem worship, closed down the
mosques and forced Moslems to
work 15 hours a day in communes.
Worst of all, he said, the Com
munists did not permit the Mos
lems to prepare their own food
and forced them to eat in publie
mess naus wnere pork was
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1st. Street No. 3, Tel. 3-1226.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY,
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Sealed bids, for opening in pub pub-lie,
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.M., January 30, 1959, In the of office
fice office of Superintendent, Store Store-house
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tal dental cabinets; clinical chairs;
steam cleaner; water cooler;
compressors; core drills; drill
sharpening machine and acces accessories;
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blueprint and whlreprint ma machines;
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phorelemeter; prelector; scales;
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JACKSON, Miss. (UPI) When
police spotted a man shoplifting
in a dowtown store yesterday he
left so fast he didn't bother to
open ,the glass door just ran
tnrougn k ana got away. 1
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For better Home Service, Always
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BALTIMORE. Md (UPI)
The nation's largest producer oJ
noise suppression equipment db db-lieves
lieves db-lieves it has solved an age-old
problem of the steel industry
the tremendous noise creaiea dj
so-called snort valves on blast, fun
aces. s ' '" :
The sound eontrol department
of the Koppers Co., Inc., Balti Baltimore,
more, Baltimore, has developed a' four-ton
silencer wnicn nas Deen teswa ai
the Kaiser Steel Corp., in Fonts
... j 44.. .J
US, Lalll., proven eiwcuve, mm
has since been installed at two
other industrial sites.
The Koppers Company, which
also is. pioneering in the suppres suppression
sion suppression of noise created by jet plan-
es, oescrioea iva ucrwyiu.
a large column encaseu m -gauge
steel shell and filled with
spun metallic wool. j
The' assembly is simply suspends
ed at the outlet of blast furnace
snort valves to "dramatically re reduce
duce reduce noise to acceptable levels.
R. D. Lemmerman, manager of
Kopper'i sound control depart department
ment department aaid that "management to today
day today is becoming increasingly con conscious
scious conscious of tho f?ct that naii eoitt
"Excessive noise, Be laid, ean
not only eause physical damage ta
employes exposed to it over a pe period
riod period of time, but it also affect ad adversely
versely adversely both Plant effieitney md
- r Rift. a
Revealing tale Of Brigitte:
AmerkpQMaks Frighten Her
Jewish Women's Leader
To Visit KSI Sisterhoob
faww jfi i I
;? 5 Editors Note: American wives
who've wondered how their hus hus-t
t hus-t 'bands would behave with Brigitte
.Bardot need have no worry is B is
afraid of American men. In the
following exclusive interview with
UPI correspondent Robert Aliiex,
she tells why.
PARIS fUPI) Brigitte Bardot
came out with a startling admis admission
sion admission today; American men fright fright-i
i fright-i en her. "" "
So much so, ,in fact, that she
! doesn't want to go to the United
States and meet them. She said
in an exclusive interview that
Erenchsan, de.sjpte their repute
Don. a tier u nnale.
"I would lovt to visit the States
as a private tourist with nobody
staring at me in the stret," she
said' en location at Jo nville out
"I'm sure I would love it and
I would have a lot of fun. But
to go as movie star and be showiij
otf like tne statue of Liberty
.'l don't like that sort of thing
and in -any case I'm afraid of A--mricn.:men."
This was .a startling admission
coming tjcom the girl whose naugh naughty
ty naughty adventures on the screen have
won her world-wide fame as the
"sex kitten."- Naturally Miss Bar Bar-dot
dot Bar-dot was asked why.
"Every week I get some 200
fanmail letters," she said, .the fa
mous pout much in evidence. "A-!
Strange as it may be, a doctor
usually knows what weight is
right for a woman. And, as one
matures, it is wise tn check with
: a competent physician about what
weight is most healthful for you.
Tn cntna r o a no If
dujho. vp'ocii may uc a lew
more pounds than a girl would
I'ke to slip into her girdle. But
chances are she will feel better
f.or.'ihe added poundage.
Young girls like a smooth heel-to-toe
look and they should also
take a second glance at their
knees. While bathinp, scrub legs
and feet with a stiff brush. Give
special attention to extremely
rough spots. Then dry throughly
and apply a good lubricating
Women who decide what they
want to look like and then trim
off excess we'ghf by not eating,
or existing on coffee and ciga cigarettes,
rettes, cigarettes, are fighting a losjne battle.
Instead of a more attractive ap-
u ... :..,f
fppk which poor dtet and resulting
nun ih H'R. I rv wrni Ml.. M rf uru
Legs often take on dry'Sealy"i"
pearanee which means they have
neer overlooked. Relief for this
1 Is to to rub them while wet with a
handful; of. salt It will take more
than a day to correct, such sk'n
problems so continue beauty care
'until you see results.
AsS f'dR It AX Yd)CK BEAtJTx "SAION :
Distributors tn Panama
JULIO VOS, S. A.
:, Second Diagonal (Old
, ; Boa No. 1191
bout half of them are from Ame Americans,
ricans, Americans, proposing marriage or
simply offering,, to take care of
'Imagine going to tht Stales
nd meeting all those people. I'd
never be. able to keep ttitm oft."
Brigitte talked on the set of her
latest movie, in which she switches
from sex to smiles to play the
frothy comedy role of a girl sol
dier in the wartime French army.
"I'm not going to get undressed
in this picture," she said firmly.
"Anyone can come to see it-even
"Don't -think that I have given
up sexy parts. I'll play some more
But I have to feel in the mood,
and right now I want to show peo people
ple people that there is another side to
Miss Bardot also scotched ru rumors
mors rumors that her engagement to guitar-player
Sacha Distel was on
the rocks. Left Bank gossip has
had them drifting apart for some
"Just as soon as we can find
some time and a quiet place, we
are going to get married," she
said. "We want the ceremony to
be a private affair.
Women who wear neck scarves
often must sort through them in
a drawer. Keep them neater and
make it easier to select bv hang hanging
ing hanging them in the closet. Mount a
strip of foam plastic on a closet
wall or door. Then pin scarves
from one corner onto it.
Plastic refrieerator-freezer con
tainers can help a woman cut
down on runs in stockings. She
can wash her nylons in these filled
with warm soap suds. With the
top on, shake the container brisk briskly,
ly, briskly, then rinse out the suds under
running water. Squeeze stockings
in a towel and hang to dry.
There is more to remodeling a
home than just telling a contractor
'o go ahead. Remember to plan
for reasonably future space or a
rearrangement of familv members
as the family erows. Parents must
consider ell phases of the fam'ly
cycle, which seems to be a larce
memory load when coupled with
fiances and other nroblems of re remodeling
modeling remodeling or building.
Imw trisnv women are left who
cook from the very beginning?
Thrve who do mieht take hert
from economists' findings. Pie fill filling
ing filling mixes, for examnle, save about
4 minutes prenarat'on time but
cost about 75 ner cent more than
the individual ingredients.
Wash and wear durability de-
nends to,..r,eat .extent ; pn the
resin tinisnes. inerewre, u is uc-.
ABccarv tn nrpserve thpse finrnes
to minimize wrnkline. To do this.
ti'h in wrro water "f ion Tn J'"
de'grees. Heavily soiled garments
moy be washed in hotter water of
t20 to 140 degress.
" Refinishing furniture Is a fav-
u.tl,,, tn TT C hnmps since
o-it-yoiirself came "nop the rr
une proniem "Cuuuuiuiub.
running in of one coat into another.
seal tne tirsi coai.s. ion may ut
. not nt chiisr tn do this or use
a special paint sealer.
TO ISSUE EARMUFFS
- LONDON (UPI) The British
Overseas Airways Corn, an announced
nounced announced yesterday it would issue
enrmuffs to all airline personnel
who frequently were in contact
with jet noise. BOAC said the
sound-de adenhtj muffs would re resemble
semble resemble headphones.
Whenever th pains of Rheumatism,
Arthritis, Nurltls, lumbago, Sci Sciatica,
atica, Sciatica, itiff muaele and awollaa
iolnti mak you mlinrable, get
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By MARGIE ROTHROCK
Mrs. Vera Elliot has found her Utopia.
She and her husband, Capt. Hans Elliot, have lived
in homes in their native Sweden near the Baltic Sea, in
Panama City's La Cresta, and in New York.
"But I have found my real contentment in Boquete,"
she remarks with quiet emphasis.
Mrs. Elliot not only enjoys life in the almost-untouched
spot in the Interior, but she also enjoys sharing the
tranquility, the weather and the natural beauty of her
She and her husband own and
operate the Panamonte Inn, a
small and charming hotel near the
village of Boquete, where visitors
may find respite from the rigors
of every-day business life. They
aim to please and the complimen complimentary
tary complimentary remarks of those who have
been Panamonte guests attest to
What does Panamonte mean?
"Notning," says Mrs. Elliot. "I
just made that up"
Capt. and Mrs. Elliot came to
Panama more than 30 years ago
and first were associated in the
shipping business. For some S
years he served as the- Swedish
consul general in Panama, and it
was during these years, remarks
Mrs. Elliot, that she learned to
entertain. Open house was au
everyday event at their home dur during
ing during those times.
Tht Elliots learned to lova Bo Boquete
quete Boquete when they maintained a
country hous In th area. They
later purchased the noma of
.''Pop" Wf oht, a familiar name
to long-tiiite Zonians, and trans trans-formed
formed trans-formed ttto1 the Inn.
That unmistakeable "woman's
touch" is evident from the "front
gate to the charmingly-decorated
bedrooms. Crisp white, curtains
hang at the windows, complement complementing
ing complementing .he .oolong
Tbe'paintfcgs. on the walls are
a part of the Elliot's collection.
Mrs. Elliot is a flower lover, and
She hag taken advantage of the
rich -("everything grows") earth
to pamper plants of assorted herit heritages
ages heritages as well as vivid tropical
blooms. She points proudly to ,blue
Hydrangea bushes, pink begonias,
geraniums and unusual red and
She also has added a charming
touch to the homelike atmosphere
in the costumes of th3 waitresses,
who wear ruffled frocks of gay
gingnam with starched aprons
irlmmsd in Swiss embroidery.
Mrs Flliot attribute: a great
deal of the popularity of the Pa Panamonte
namonte Panamonte to her staff, many of
The private life of actress In In-grid
grid In-grid Bergman has been filled with
as much drama, conflict, romance
and sensationalism as any of her
scores of motion pictures.
At 41, the tall Swedish beauty
has twice risen to the pinnacle of
success as a screen star. She has
won two Academy Awards and
now demands and gets J3), J3),-000
000 J3),-000 for a single starring role.
She has been married thr?e
times, borne four children. She
has been damned by American
clubwomen because she bore Ro
berto Rossellini a child while she
was still married to Dr. Peter
Lindstrom, praised by movie fans
throughout the world because she
dared flout convention and hap happens
pens happens to be a good actress.
Ingrid Bergman, born Aug. 23,
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whom are long remembered by
guests witn cards and Christmas
Lean and lithesome Flato, who
has ttianded guests for mora
than 10 years, has proved his
adetnesi from balancing a tray
of Hquio refreshments to light lighting
ing lighting th fireplace in the living
Untouched nnure is but a few
minutes trom the Panamonte, and
the Elliots invite their guests to
snare it. Ihey nave iniroduced ci city
ty city awiiirfii U the exotic beaaty of
tropicai bails and lusVgiowths ol
blosa'rt s, including wuj orchids
which )U guides will pick
from the trees for the visitors.
She ;iclU'-. i,es gueSU to see her
nature h -;ghnorhood to the point
of proJiung p.cnic lunches for the
wand r sithtseers.
Cleanliness and good food, as
weil as a hospitable atmosphere,
are the keynotes to Mrs. Vinci's
policy in operating the Inn. She
arranges an international cuisine
to satisfy the tastes of her inter
national clientele, but on Sundays.
the delicacies of her birthplace get
top menu billing.
Dinner on that night is strved
in traditional Swedish Smorgas Smorgasbord
bord Smorgasbord style, with many of the
dishes featuring tho tastes of her
. Most of the. food served. at U14
ranarapnie 1S merany, nome
grown, fruits, especially the sweet
seedless Boquete oranges, may
be picked by guests at the nearby
Beef comes from the Elliot's
2,000 acre cattle ranch near the
Mrs. Elliot's hostelry accomod accomodates
ates accomodates 34 guests comfortably, but she1
recalls one occasion on which she
had 650 luncheon guests. The bar-1
b?cue party was hosted by officials
of the Panama government during I
Vice President Richard Nixon's vl-l
sit in 1955.
Another unusual group of guests
entertained at the Inn was a con contingent
tingent contingent of scientists from Califor
nia, who had twice searched in
No Less Sensational Than Her
1917, was orphaned at 12. She was
brought up by an uncle who
thought acting was sinful, but by
the time she was 17, She was con considered
sidered considered one of Sweden's greatest
"Intermezzo," her first American-made
picture, shot Miss Berg Bergman's
man's Bergman's name into the Hollywood
star galaxy and she was hailed
as the successor to another Swed Swedish
ish Swedish beauty, Greta Garbo.
In 1937 she married Lindstrom,
an internationally famed brain
surgeon, but continued to star in
top movies, among them "for
Whom The Bell Tolls," for which
she won an Academy Award in
Then, gradually, she said later,
her marriage began to pall. She
saw "Open City" and "Paisan,"
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And the interior of the Inn,
vain in Guatemala for "that coun
try's national bird, a nearly-cx-
tinct Bird of Paradise.
On inquiry, Mrs. Elliot had mail mailed
ed mailed them a tail feather from the
aforementioned fowl as tangible
evidence that the birds really ba ba-bitate
bitate ba-bitate the Boquete region. They
came they saw and they captured.
The search consumed all of ten
minutes from the front porch of
the Inn, reports Mrs. Elliot.
The Elliots two daughters also
have adopted Latin America as
their home. Inga, now Mrs. Alfre Alfredo
do Alfredo Collins, and her husband reside
nearby on the coffee plantation
which they purchased from the
late Tollef Monniche. Daughter A-i
both directed by the Italian, Ros Rossellini
sellini Rossellini and wrote him asking that
she be allowed to appear in his
It was during the filming of
"Stromboli" that Rosselllini and
Miss Bergman began their affair.
Their son Robertino was born in
1949, a month before she divorced
Lindstrom by proxy in Mexico.
The price she had to pay for
her freedom was high: A promise
not to see her daughter Pia again.
It was not until 18 months ago
that Pia now called Jenny
was reunited with her mother.
"Stromboli" and other Bergman
films were banned in many Amer American
ican American cities and the actress was
condemned as an evil woman by
many women's clubs and religious
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nita and her husband, Gunnar Lin-
dhal, make their home in Cali, Co
Mrs. Elliot normally operates
the Inn only during the dry sea season,
son, season, but she hopes to make it
a yea r-a round resort s net im improvements
provements improvements to th road frcn
Panama City to Boquete. have
made driving conditions mora
practical, especially for families.
Mrs. Elliot's Utopia, so close as
tne bird flies, is a far cry from
the bustling and noisy city.
She. notes the changing seasons
for the benefit of visitors, but, she
insists, there are no seasons in
"It's always spring."
After the birth of their twm
daughters Ingrid and Isabella, the
Rossellinis drifted apart. Rosselli Rossellini
ni Rossellini was reported having an affair
with a married Indian actress and
Miss Bergman went to Paris and
London to make "Anastasia,"
which won her a second Academy
Award two years ago.
Last summer she began seeing
a millionaire Swedish theatrical
producer named Lars Schmidt,
and on Dec. 23, 1958, after Rosse Rosse-lini
lini Rosse-lini obtained an annulment of his
marriage, Schmidt and Miss Berg'
man were married.
Now she and her former hus
band have entered countersuits
for custody of Robertino, Ingrid
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' Panama City
Miss Jane Kvanc rocnen'nari 91
an outstanding authority nn com.
munity organization and interna international
tional international affairs, will arrive on the
Isthmus next week to meet with
leaders of tna K S I Sistirhnnt
at' a series of round table discus
sions ana seminars.
Announcement of her impending
visit is maHfi hpra tnriav hv tr
Stanley Fidanque, president of
.1 r a 1 1
The noted speaker is expect expected
ed expected in Panama Monday. Sha will
address tht membership of the
Sisterhood Wednesday afternoon
at 4 at a general meeting in the
On Thursday, shp will h th
BUPSt nf the Sistprhnnri in Pnlnn
A luncheon in her honor will be
given at the residence of Mrs.
Miss Evans will preach the ser sermon
mon sermon Friday evening at 8 at the
K.S.I. Temple, a service open to
the public. A reception in her hon honor
or honor has been planned for after the
service in the Community Hall.
miss r-vans nas served since
1933 has pxeriltivo riirpolnr nf th
National Federation of Temple
aisiernooas, wnicn engages in a
Droaa program of service to Je Jewish
wish Jewish and humanitarian causes. It
includes over 100,000 women in
nearly 550 Sisterhoods of Liberal
Jewish congregations in this
country and in Canada, Cuba, the
United Kingdom, the Union of
South Africa, Australia, Curacao,
the Netherlands, West Indies, In India,
dia, India, New Zealand and the United
Born in New York City,. Miss
Evans resided for a number of
years in the Midwest, and was
educated at New York University
Hebrew Union Cnllpoo Vn.,
ier University. She is widely
ruuwu as a lecturer, as a contri contributor
butor contributor to various magazines and
as editor of several publications.
During the San Francisco Con Conference
ference Conference at which the United Na Nations
tions Nations charter was drafted, Miss
fcvans served as a consultant to
the United States delegation. She
is a former president of the Na National
tional National Peace Conference and a
former vice-chairman of the con conference
ference conference group of the U.S. Nation National
al National Organizations on the United
Nations for which she now heads
the committee on technical as assistance.
sistance. assistance. Miss Evans has been in the
forefront ol the movement to aid
in the rehabilitation of displaced
persons and other survivors of
iVSZl Derspoutinn 1c
tne American Jewish Conference's
v.u.,..u,uee on Displaced Persons,
sne headed nplpoatmna -i
nf tU TT '. j X? sessions
rJ K'iVm-ed Natlon? Relief and
imniV1". ministration :U-
IMKKA) Which urors h.l.l I- --
United States, Canada and in Eu-
The National fiJ.. ..!..
temple Slsterhnnrtc n,hn....
ties are directed by Miss Evans
i the women's division of the U U-mon
mon U-mon of American Hebrew Congre Congregations
gations Congregations (the central organization
of Reform or Liberal Judaism in
the World Union for Progressive
Judaism, which has its headquart
ers in London.
As its contribution toward inter inter-rehg.ous
rehg.ous inter-rehg.ous understanding, the Sis-
Hearty Chicken Tetrazzini
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WARMING, rich- and different is this recipe for chlekeir
tetraziinl. Flavorful mushrooms are a tempt iiur lntredient..
BY GAYNOR M ADD OX. NEA Food and Markets Editor
(lntf Hi f for Ant nrtiitiotiin
WVUf UIUV1V1IL, IlUUi IdlllJSl
Here's a really exciting dish with
an Italian accent:
Chicken Tetranlnl (Serves 4)
Four ounces elbow macaroni, 6-
ounce can sliced broiled mush mushrooms,
rooms, mushrooms, 2 cups cooked chicken or
turkey cut in strips, 3 tablespoons
butter, 3 tablespoons flour, 2-3 cup
chicken broth, 1 cup milk, 1 tea
spoon salt, 1-8 teaspoon pepper,
1-2 teaspoon kitchen bouquet, 1-8
teaspoon powdered rosemary, 1-2
cup grated Parmesan cheese, pa
rook macaroni according to
package direct ons. Arrange 1-2 of
macaroni in the bottom of a greas
3d 1-quart casserole. Drain mush mushrooms,
rooms, mushrooms, saving liouid. Place 1-2 of
"hicken and mushrooms on top of
macaroni. Add the other half of
he cooked macaroni and top with
hicken and mushrooms. In a
mall saucepan blend butter and
lour. Add chicken broth to mush mush-oo
oo mush-oo m liquid to make 1 cup. Add
io fat-flour mixture with milk, salt
MISS JANE EVANS
MRS. STANLEY FIDANQUE
terhoods conduct institutes on Ju
daism for Church Women, de designed.
signed. designed. to acquaint them with be beliefs,
liefs, beliefs, traditi nns anrl rilnale nf Tit.
daism. More than 10,000 Chris
tian church women have been
guests of the NFTS and its local
Sister! nds at these institutes
Among the other activities... of
this organization are its work on
behalf of the blind; maintenance
of a Youth. Educati nn anrf Sistor-
hood Fund; efforts to imprest
publitiing of various educa
tional materials; and the conduj conduj-ting
ting conduj-ting of Leadership' Training ins institutes'
titutes' institutes' 'Under the direction of ilisi
In addition to being the execu execu-tive
tive execu-tive director of the NatioBarFed.v
eration of Temple Sisterhoods,
Miss Evans is treasurer and
member of the executive board
of the Jewish Braille Institute ,ef ,ef-America,
America, ,ef-America, and of the faculty-of
the New School of Social Re Re-feareh.
feareh. Re-feareh. She is also a member of
the National Council of the Joint
Distribution Committee and' d
the governing body of the World
Union for Progressive Judaism,'.
Add Flavor To
pepper, kitchen bouquet and rose rosemary.
mary. rosemary. Cook over moderate heat,
stirring constantly until sauce thle.
kem and boils. Pour sauce over
rooms. Sprinkle with grated Cheese
and paprika. Heat in moderate o o-ven
ven o-ven (350 degrees F.) for 20 to 30
minutes. Serve immediately. Usinf
r ned broiled mushrooms, also,
here's a goo relia recipe:
Cold Vegetable Relish
(Makes I pint relish)
Ten-ounce package .quick-frozen
mixed vegetables, 3-ounce can
chopped broiled mushroom 14
cup mayonna'se, 1 tablespoon le lemon
mon lemon juice 2 tablespoons t!ho&i4
pickle relish. .mi
Cook vegetables until just tender-crisp.
Drain thoroughly ,and
cool. Drain and add mushroom.
Bimri togetner mayonnaise, le
mon juice and pickle relish and
stir into vegetable mixture. Store;
in refrigerator until thoroughly!
chilled. Serve 'as relish with hoV
or cold or seafood.
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Island of Flowers," a Califor-
landscape. The flamboyant
and-shovel man witn
Tahiti and the Trquesas
(Photos by Olive Brooks)
. THE STORY: Jim Bennett, a private investig investigator,
ator, investigator, has been assigned by nis-agency to,, the Ho Howell
well Howell case. Hugo Howell seks to break off a romance
between his son and Sandra Osterman, Jim believeB
they are already married, but agrees to- check the
woman s background.
ON TABOGA SEAWALL The States visitor makes eight (count 'em) new friends in less, than
eieht minutes Almost as much at home in the water as on land, the friendly youngsters have just
beer, presented with some cans discarded by a visiting yachtsman. Cans are useful for gathering
fruit, shells or coral.
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AT LA RESTING A the popular stopping place for a final dip and a
draft of cerveza before, boarding launch for Balboa, the California
visitor pauses beside an old ship's anchor left from the days when
Taboga and its adjoining Morro Island enclosed the deep-water
port-of call for clipper ships on which the American 49ers sailed
up the Pacific to the West Coast Gold Rush.
at inw TIDE VISITORS CAN LEAVE the wide sandy beaches
to waft on the volcanic roc' rimming the walls that protect many
.iT nn the seaward side. Between the tall trees m one garden.
' the Virgin of the Sea looks across the bay
a welcome sight to
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'1:35, 4:0!V 6:30, 9:00 P.M.
: story of ;
5 orM!IMII U
IN THE NARROW space between
two seaside homes, water-stairs
reminiscent of the romantic coasts
of Italy lead down to a dry beach
WITH THE NEW BOX-OFFICE CHAMPION!
SWEEPING UP FROM THE HELL BELOW...
hate at her helm... death
In her bowels...and some
where ahead -the great
war prize of the Pacific!
When I came to the last cottage
the path ended, stopped,' peered
between tree trunks and saw a
grassy back yard, t minnow buc bucket
ket bucket beside a rear screen door, a
low-slung canvas chair, a yellow
navy surplus lmlated raft. On the
grass beside the chir were a green
and yellow striped towel and a
squat brown jar which I guessed
contained sun tan lotion. I waited
a moment, saw one, and then
walked across the grass to the
back door of the cottage.
I rapped loudly on the screen
door and waited. Receiving no
response, I walked around to the
front. I went up three wooden
steps and rapped again. Nothing
I gazed across the sand to the
lake -and sat there for maybe 10
minutes more, enjoying the sun
and the breeze. Then I stood up,
wondering if I should wait any
longer. Maybe Sandra Osterman
or her brother or Wayne Howelt
was on the beach in front of the
hotel. I started around the cottage
but before I reached the corner
I saw with a small start of sur
prise that the reclining canvas
chair in the back yard was now
occupied by a girl m a white bath
I recognized the girl I'd seen
by the beach and started forward
When I neared the chair she
turned to gaze at me. I said,
"Good morning," and stood by her
chair. Her legs were long and slim
She removed the sun glasses
and gazed uj at me coolly. Her
eyes were a deep blue, bright with
and almost flinty glint, with tiny
lines at the corners. She had
short, thin nose with delicately
flaring nostrils. Her mouth was
small, but she h- made it aP'
pear larger and fuller by the skill
ful application of lipstick. She
was 30, maybe older, but still an
attractive and desirable chunk of
female. And she knew it. "Good
morning," she said.
Her lips curvea in a faint smile
and she leaned over to pick up
one of the packages of cigarettes
on the grass. The movement caus
ed the suit to fall away alarmingly,
She placed a cigarette between
. I struck a match and held, it
for her. She drew on the ciga
rette, and then looked up at me
through swirling smoke. I had the
feeling that all of her movements
were delicate, calculated, and de
cided that a strange man, any
man, was hei dish, to handle a
the mood pleased her. "If you're
Loking for Vic," she she said, "he
won t be back until tonight.
"I wanted to see Wayne How
ell. May name s Bennett.
Her gaze shifted away from
mine. She drew on the cigarette,
and then said in an oddly strained
voice, "Who told you that?"
in Cinemascope and metrocolor
DIANE BREWSTER DEAN JONES h
Dirtdtd by Producd by
T: JOSEPH PEVNET EDMUND GRJM
AN M-G-M PICTURE
WATERGATES AND BOAT-RAMPS' abound along the curving cre crescent
scent crescent of the Taboga shore. This one along the balustrade of the
town park is a spot for loading pineapples or bottled sodas when
tide come in, or for bringing the fish and shrimp catch ashore.
American Farmer Grows Large Crop
Of World Schoolkids With Food Aid
NEW YORK (UPD American!
farmers are helping to raise a
bumper crop of school children a a-round
round a-round the world, according to
CARE (Cooperative for American
Relief Everywhere, Inc.).
The "crop," says CAKfc, is
growing in 14 countries wueic
seven million undernourished chil children
dren children are sharing in school-feeding
programs based upon the organi
zation's distriDution ior u.a. iaim
In Bogota, uoiomma, pudik
crhnol enrollment ros from 70,
000 to 90,000 and classes have had
to go on split-shifts since a iree
lunch program started last martn.
In La Paz. Bolivia, one school re-
nnrts truanev and absenteeism
K . .
down 50 oer cent since siari oi
the food program.
Tn the Philippines, farm Kins
who used lo stay home to help
their parents during the harvests
have been at their desks every
day: they don't want to miss their
In Cevlon, when a mix-up de
layed the baking of flour into buns
60 school principals sent l e l e
grams of protest to the Ministry
In Costa Rica, where 125,000
nrimarv ouoils have received sup
plementary food every school day
for the past year ana a nan, n
fuel Murillo. Director of Ednca
tion in the Province of -Heredia,
"Of all the programs which the
United States are conducting in
my native land, CARE is the most
effective... The school feeding pro
gram. ..has helped greatly in im improving
proving improving the effectiveness of our
Servincs to school children range
from a mid morning glass of
milk, or milk and a roll, to a
cheese sandwich with milk for
lunch. The makings come from
milk nowder. enriched flour and
cheese given to the nonprofit in international
ternational international relief agency from U
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ntnmi O..- -.
She mentioned toward the beach
"Wayne's down along the lake
somewhere." Her liips curled a lit'
tie "Wayne dearly loves rock for
mations. And sediment. And fos fossils."
sils." fossils." She looked up at me. "I was
sure you were someone to see Vic,
someone scientific and boring."
"I'm not scientific," I said
"Maybe I'm boring. Who's Vic?"
"My brother, she said. "Doc
tor Osterman. Not an M.D., but
very scientific. She gazed up at
the clear blue sky, gracefully pois
ing the cigarette to her lips. She
your brother are living here this
She turned her head and gazied
uo at me slantwise. "Did you think
Wayne and I were living here a-
I knew by then, of course, that
she was Sandra Osterman, the wo
man Hugo Howell called a schem
ing, greedy woman who, accord'
in i? tn HoweK'. was interested in
his pure and innocent son for xne
sole Durante of Vetting her hot
little hands on the money in
Wavne's trust fund. I said to her,
Why shoulddn't you be living here
with Wayne? You're married,
'Still she didn't look at me, and
a small frown appeared between
her smoothly plucked; brows. She
smoked silently for: moment, and
naa a Darning Deaut pin-up pose.
"Didn't I see ;yo tip fcyfthe hotel
lime wmie ago, v
'That was me," f said. "I saw
you, too. So you and Wayne and
nen laugnea snoruy and bitterly.
'Well, weJ ." she said, "hero wa
"You're another snortnor hiroH
by the old man. The third nn
this summer, and I'm .sick of it.
so is wayne. You'd better get out
of the here before he comes back.'
She flung the cigarette across the
grass with a vicious snap of her
A screen door slammed behind
me, and I looked toward the rrt.
tage. Waynt Howell was comina
r. .L. 1 1
avivss uie lawn lowarq us. Th
tan bathing trunks he Wore wer
wet and., nis. stocky, tanned body
gusienea wun water. In one hand
he held a biack loose-leaf not.
book. Without his dark-rimmed
galsses he looked more youth ul
than ever. He came up to where
I stood by the chair, squinting in
the sun and frowning! His sensi-
tive mouth was compressed and
he clenched his fist.
The woman said, "helln. riar.
He didn't answer, seemed nnt
to have heard her, arid said to
me, wnarre you doing here?"
"I wanted to talk to you Wayne."
(To Be Continued)
He stared at ide iai a second.
arid then said shortly;-'! want vmi
to leave her alone and me.
too. I warned you last night." Hie
blue eyes were dark with aneer.
. I smiled at him. "Take it easy,
nayne. i ve oeen tninking about
our conversation last nieht and I
just wanted to talk to you. And,
iranKiy, now mat I've met your
wife I can't understand your fa father's
ther's father's objection to her. She' seems
like a very nice person. Anvhow.
1 I'm on kind of a spot and want
you io neip me.
, "Help you?'' he asked suspici suspici-ously.
ously. suspici-ously. "Yes,, You know why I'm here,
and I'll put my cards on the ta table
ble table I continued to smile in
what I hoped was a friennly fash fashion,
ion, fashion, and tried to look and sound
sincere. "Your iather has hired
me for certain job and, just be between
tween between the two ot us, I don't want
to do it. But I'm working under
orders from my superiors. If you'll
CMve VAiir fllrta nf fhie tbi.irt
tt- V"l wi WJW VI 'Ulfyf
it'll help." I realized that since
meeting1 the woman named San Sandra
dra Sandra Osterman I'd lost most of the
scruples I'd had about d.iing the
job for which Hugo Howell had
originally wanted to hire me. She
certainly did not seem the proper
type for a quiel, serious, studious
oung man like Wayne Howell,
laybe if I was FATHER I'd feel
the same way. And I had no doubt
that I could break up the alliance
if I wanted to.
A little, of the anger had left
Wayne's eyes, but he was still sus sus-picous.
picous. sus-picous. "I don't understand, sir,"
he said quietly.
I was pleased with the sir."
It showed that I wa making a
little progress. I said to him sin sincerely,
cerely, sincerely, man to man, "Wayne, I
mean it. I want to help you."
"You can't change my feeling!
about Sandra.- Nothing you can
do will, separate us. She's my
I thought blealfly of a number
of things I could do to turn him
against Sandra, even if he was
really married to her. I said
"When were you married."
(To Be Continued)
ME AND THE
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SEE if you can identify this
mobile, animated machine:
It's housed in unprocessed
leather. One end of it is
equipped with a mower, a
grinder; bumpers, headlights,
wingflaps, and a foghorn. In
the central area there's a con conversion
version conversion plant consisting of a
combination storage and fer fermentation
mentation fermentation vat, three convert
trs in series, and an Intricate
arrangement of conveyor
tubes. The machine Is also
equipped with a central heat heating
ing heating plant, a pumping system
and air conditioning. At the
other end is a milk dispenser
and an insect repeller.
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Spot Check In Online WHICH THREE FAIL TO JIBE?
VOU can thank your stars or rather, your knowledge of the heav-
enly bodies for a good score in this test
Pictured above are three .sets of boxes, each divided into four
squares. Boxes are labelled Planets, Satellites and Stars.
Listed below are names of twelve celestial bodies, Including four of
each of the three categories, noted.
You are asked to identify each body listed, and insert its number
in any square under the proper heading.
Correctly Inserted, numbers will totaJ 34 in each of the boxes.
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Test Has Teeth Used Car Pool
A GROUP of "cars" used in or ordinary
dinary ordinary conversation is listed
below. Some are slightly less
"used" than others and therefore
more difficult to Identify. Let's
take Number 1 for example: To
arrive at thetUMwer, simply add
T to the word CAR. Definition:
Wagon ; "Car" -CART. It's
that simple. Ready in the driver's
1. Wagon CAR
3. Builder CAR
8. Fish CAR
ft. Oun GAR ....
8. Hoagy CAR
. 6. Christmas air CAR .
7. Italian tenor CAR .
9. Rabbit food CAR ....
. 10. State capital CAR
"11. Man-of steel CAR
12. New Mexican
caves : CAR
14. Magio con
veyance CAR ...
13. Spanish city CAR
17. St. Louis
18. Motor black
guard CAR .
20. Rye bread
seeds v CAR ....
As a test for two or more, list
answers on a sheet of paper. N
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Creature's Bigger Than a House
A SMALL cam engages a large
"gear w h e e 1, as indicated
above. The small cam has eight
teeth; for purposes of the puzzle
they a.re numbered. The large
gear-wheel has 24 teeth.
If the cam begins a revolution
with No. 1 tooth uppermost, how
many times will No. 1 tooth be
vertically uppermost again in one
complete revolution of the small
cam around the large gear
Consider the gear-wheel sta stationary
tionary stationary for the test.
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ANSWER TO Sl'UT CHECK POSER
A solution pf
i I s e where in
the page is
given at left
Emma CM ? H6AN
TO cumplete this picture, draw
c -j.ectlng lines from dot to
dot Sorting at dot A draw to
B, C, D, E, F, O, H, I, J. K,
L, M, N, O, P. Q, R, 8. T, h,
V, W, X, y and Z. Perspective
makes missing figure bigger than
house in background.
ROM'TION TO CAKE CUTTING
One. possible -solution
of the ;
sis where ,ui
page is sho-n'
Hold the Phonetics
DO people frequently request
you to repeat something over
the telephone? Don't assume it
is because they are deaf. l may
be that your enunciation is faulty.
If ,you can repeat each of the
follqwing sentences rapidly three
times without making a mistake
your enunciation is In good work working
ing working order: I. the' sun shines on
the ship signs. 3. Round the
rough and rugged rocks the rag ragged
ged ragged rascal ran.' 3. Old oily Otto
oils oily autos. 4.-The old gold
scold sold a school coal scuttle.
CUT out this, illustration and
mount it on a piece of card cardboard
board cardboard five or Six inches square.
Pierce the cardboard with a pin
Now, for an interesting optical
illusion, give device a spin. Note
color changes at center.
THIS is a unicursal or single line poser. .Starting
at either of the dots In the two Shaded squares,
and without lifting your pencil from the paper,
draw a line that traverses all of th' 58 dots once
and once only.
The route must both start and stop on the two
dots In the shaded squares.
Remember, all dots must be crossed in the process,
A solution appears elsewher in the page. More
than one answer is possible.
What Is Each Sister Doing?
N Mr. White's living room, his four daughters are
sitting around manicuring, knitting, sketching
and reading, respectively, while listening to some
records. Margaret isn't manicuring or -sketching;
Mauds isn't reading or knitting. If Margaret is not
reading, Desdemona is not manicuring; if Mary does
not sketch, Desdemona is not sketching or reading.
What is each sister domgT
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TUST use your eyes to
J find what's required in
A a quick glance, all
the acrobats posed at
Tight appear to look alike.
But that's eTroneous.
Three of those pictured do
not conform In detail with
the rest Time yourself
and see how long it takes
you to single this trio out.
You'll have to study the
carefully. Of course, you
can peek at the' answer
below, but that would
spoil the fun.
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Ups and Downs
M' lady't cat climbed up
Which was sixty feet and
Every day she climbed
Every night she came
Tell me, if she did not
When her paws would
touch the topt
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Crxpto-Quote Friends Take the Cake
Jl t" 4 i OMITH. was d
FARMER ED PLOWS THROUGH
Close Eyes For This One
PR a diverting party pastime, supply guests with
pencil and paper and ask them to do some
drawing in accordance with the following instruc instructions:
tions: instructions: First, they must close their eyes.
Next, ask them to draw a snowman In the upper
right hand corner of the paper. Now direct them
to draw' a fence in the lower left corner of the
sheet The snowman has a pipe in his mouth. Ask
them td go back and draw this. Continue to have
them hop around the paper- drawing a gate on the
fence, a walk past the snowman, a house, etc., for
several minutes more. Then compare papers; A
prize is Indicated for the best drawing.
has found a
new source of in income
come income during win winter
ter winter months plow plowing
ing plowing out suburban suburban-Ites'
Ites' suburban-Ites' driveways.
You can have
some fun follow following
ing following his path in
the maze at left
as he starts on
Ed begins at
(small arrow in indicates
dicates indicates path) and
visits homes 1, 2,
3, 4 nv numerical
order.. Ed's route
from site 4 takes
him back to
where he began,
(see second ar arrow).
row). arrow). Of course, it's'
to Farmer Ed's
advantage to fol follow
low follow paths that
are most direct
and he does not deviate from the
main arteries Indicated.
See If you can make your way
along Ed's route on first try. If
someone else cares to try, cover
the diagram with tissue paper
before you begin.
DIVIDE 99 into two parts so
that one-third of one part
plus one-quarter of the other part
plus seven gives the same result
as the larger part divided by the
ONE of Voltaire's thoughts on
the siibier.t of wronsrdoine
provides an interesting and time timely
ly timely substitution cryptogram. In
this type crypt, of course, one
letter has been substituted for
another wherever it appears In
the quote, and you are asked to
decode the lettering.
"VXB AXOYB NA NE
VXB WEVYB, EMV NE
REPETITION of one word
three times and another
twice provides an obvious clue
with which to start. To make it
easier, we'll give you the word
repeated twice "in."
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QMITH. was de-
- lighted when
his girl baked
him a delicious
but then 'four of
cake, so let. him
bf it, and we'll
split the rest four
ways," said one
of them, smiling.
wicked gleam in his eye, said, "Okay, boys, I'll
take this quarter (shown shaded, above), and you
can have the rest .provided all four cuts of the re remainder
mainder remainder are exactly the same size and shape. And
no cutting horizontally!"
How could this be done? A solution is shown
elsewhere in the page.
UP AGAINST A STONE WALL
xi-X)auu pu 8.tifl
"AHA, here's a
clue,," shout shouted
ed shouted Pedro S 1 y e.
on a brick wall.
I'll bet it is a
A section of
the brick wall
was lettered as
shown in the
drawing at right.
"Sure enough," fc;'"'-!-
said Pdm. aftpr t.?33'??
i i r
wall more close
ly. "Deadeye was
here. He'll be
back soon. Shall we wait?" n 1 1 r 3 xr r o
"No," said his pal, "let's go KeaCV We LllO, Of XOlir KOpCf
get something to eat and come ....
back at the time he suggests." In the mi"st f a meadow, well covered with grass,
Can you figure out the mes- MS a" are was needed to tether an ass;
sage? You've got to start at How long was a line that reaching round,
the right letter and move one Restricted its grazing to an acre of ground f
brick at a time to read it. -spja u adoa jo tn2u aqi 'gj'BS s sun jo joo; .mnf m
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It's Your Move
By EuOent Sheffer
5 Melcnlzedek was king of this
land (Gen. 14.18)
10 Mount upon which Aaron died
13 Inner coat of the iris.
14 This gofth before destruction
15 Name Naomi chose for herself
16 Bulgarian coins.
17 Mohammedan prince.
19 Marine snails.
24 Fall flower.
29 Systematic piles.
33 Objective pronoun,
34 Narrow boards.
37 Pianist Templeton.
41 Cry of the Bacchanals.
42 Nobleman's landed estate.
44 Ha'vailaiY greeting.
91 Feminine name.
53- i-Writlna implement
54 He defended Acre against the
87 These of the evening art
. ; stretched out (Jer, 6:4
61 Excited with expectation.
62 List of official candidates.
6 Type, of horse
66 Mother ot lshmael (Gen. 16:16)
67 The 15th book of the Old Tes Tes-tamenL
68 Spread for drying.
-70 Do the same thing with those
'uhn tin thl iRnm 1SI-1S1
3 One of the tribes of Israel
4 One of the titles by which
Jesus was called (Mat 8:19)
10 Jesus was led Into this by the
soldiers (Mark 15:16)
11 Heraldic bearing.
15 Birds do this In Spring and
20 Worthless bits.
24 One of the places to which
Paul and Barnabas went (Acts
26 City in Italy.
28 rFather of Heber (Luke 3:35)
30 It is forbidden to do this (Ex.
31 Spend this in Norway.
'THE Ayeville Sockers played
, the Beetown Sluggers at Bee Bee-town.
town. Bee-town. Neither team scored In the
first eight Innings. No home run
was hit during the game. The
final score was 5 ,to 2. Which
team won? Can you answer in
one minute T
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38 Ropes in rigging of a ship.
40 Herder of sheep.
43 Marsh grass.
48 He cured Niaman of the lep-
. rosy (2 Kt. 5:B-9)
80-One of the AposUes (Acts 1:13)
52 Relative by marriage.
55 Chills and fever.
57 It shone in the East (Mat. 2:2)
59 Take heed of.
60 Small fasiener.
63 Moslem title.
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By Millard Hopper
VVHITE has his opponent set
up for victory In four moves.
It's White's turn moving up the
board. See how quickly you can
play out the game in the manner
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I STJXDAY, J AMI ART 25. 1959
THE STOBAT AMERICAS
HUT AND THE P1BATEJ
By GEOKGS WUNDE1 1 THE STOBYCF MABTHA VAYNB
--. Bf VILSON BCXIGQL
LETS 60 SOMEWHERE, UAUCV. ALL THOSE
rvnt incfi7 TV HHH.r BV II
THATS RD6BS.MV FIANCE. 1 HAS
MONTHS N THE P.O.W. COMrOUUD I STEMTj
uts ao our.,, ims so so
DSEAMW6 ABOUT WHAT tO DO
lMXTO TELL UIM THAT JWAT SOUSE
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FUCIIXS AND HIS fUEHGS
By MXBBILL BL06SEB
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Herp and pur My
MIND AT CASE I
By f. HAMLIN
MjZZZZl EH? WEU,BLESS L FIVE-FOOT-
3F' BESS! YOU'RE LA. NOW TVO,EVfesJ
T I HATE 10 TELL RIGHT, OSCAR WHAT WA5 OF AND
f YOU, BUT OUVE I OMJGED IF ( I THINKING J BLUE HER
GOT THIS UNIT IN J I PIPNT v ABOUT? NAME'S
'WHY, W.Wff6ut7 YEAH SOME SOME-I
I SOME-I NEVER NyOU KNOW BODY CAN GET
HEARD OF 1 TWS IS A AltSANGEP UP
ANYTHING PRECISION F.YOU PONT
YEH? WELL,! THINK
fTS TIME SOME-
BODY DID GET JL
BANGED UP J
TMOUSHT; V BANK??
QOINSTO l YOU GET
A BLOODS THAT
ISN'T ) .SUREi WMatS'
TH IS K jTABOUT ITfJ
WHERE1 ) v ... C
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7-YOU'RE' TTCV A
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CWEF.THI5 FELLA I5Vt NOIJ WANT WITtt TMSMl? r-i
LOWIWa FOR. TH056 I
TWO MEN WE'ffB SO
MOT M LlftEPLTVf U0TM' UMKr? VOUtL
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if tpu know wjy-v ok nuke you
COOFEk ATft YOUNS MAUL NOW
TELL ALL YOU KNOW ABOUT
THOSE MfrW.0RyOU' M
AtceVKr fnr REAL TROUBLE1!
By DICK CAVALL1
, ..I .1, I
THAT? THf UT FAULT, MORTY X
LAST TIME I S. S
EVER COME V, I 7TIGER BOB
HERE FOR t A tIM(Be
JHE FIQHT& AAl
AFGHTER? I COULD LICK THAT ) J 2k fflg
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wHh k MAJOB HOOFLB OUT OUB WAX
BT J. B WILLIAMS
Al A.-OR VOU TOOKTHE-gAVTX HAD
tuat I FTTEE POSTED FROMTHfcl
E6AD, A LETTER FI35MTM& V PENTAGON 8V A NEPHEW OP
PENTAGON UM.VAS, A REPLYl TATinNPDTriERE-ALL
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"George always puts off his resolutions till the
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this miniature painting. Carefully detailed' tba sneiltlv i
one of a number displayed at the Ccwoty Art-GaJkry-f i
Westbury; L.I, N.Y.
True Life Adventures
1E MANTIS, OP THE
INSECT VADKLP, PCESNT HESITATE
"TO 60 OUT OF HIS OWN CUAjSS.
THB PAUNTLESd IMSECT HAS WEEN
-BO fQOUT A HUMMINGBIRD.
HAf exreww-MTiMa WITH imr
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TO BE THIS
"Who's the announcer, Mommy?,
faltering Philip i
fhillpl Bte k 0Ue4 ttb bwtoee,
Eiri wonld lem Bis hone Hke new.
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3:30 Chapal ot Th Abp
4:00 Town Hall Plrty
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