The Panama American

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

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Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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PANAMA, R. P SUNDAY, FEBRUARY I, '1959
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READY f OR FESTIVITIESCo-
ronation plans for the Panama ana
Canal Zone queens next Saturday
have been completed. onowa
above is El Panama Hilton's love love-lv
lv love-lv Gueen Aida I. who will be
crowned in the beautiful setting
of the hotel's patio, a special
price will be' ilven for -sets ; ot
tipkota for the four mehts of ac
tivity, and tickets are on sale at
the Hotel's reception aesn. neum
I, Panama's Queen, and her en entourage,
tourage, entourage, including Carol I, the. Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone's queen, Miss Universe
and Miss Costa Rica, will atteud
the Fort Clayton Service, Club's
"Carnavalito;1. Feb. 10.
Norwegian Travels
Thousands of Miles
In I Years $25
'-''''JaniniEai'-seen: its fair
w i '2 Globetrotters pass
through the crossroads ot the
than ;ErlinffrfAadla"d31' j
Bergen, 'orwy,-. wu--5
the Isthmus' few days ago-in
the latest-phase of a.wander-ing-Journey
that. hargone ,or
W Since AprU 1956v .
Wliat is so novel' Moat
Munt Noiwe8lan's Toyagingt
He has been doing It without
money, b mean accomplish accomplishment.
ment. accomplishment. ;. : m :
At the; jnomenta. Aadlancfc Is
trying to get to Bogota,: Colom Colombia,
bia, Colombia, .to try to persuade Colom Colombian
bian Colombian -shipping' officials to trans
port an old used automobile
f ram Puntarenas. Costa Rica,
to a Colombian port of entry
for a subsequent tour of South
America. :
The car --was-ft gift from
well-wishers in Texas to -Aad
land and his traveling compa
ninn. oottfried Muschalik, a 35
year Old Cterman who is wait waiting
ing waiting with 'the car at the Costa
iRican oort :while bt pays his
(expenses, refereelng o e c-er
matches.
Unless they can manage to
obtain some transportation of
fer the car' win nave to oe
abandoned.
fhn Nnrro!Pian's world lour
ney began whe he was paid off
his ship in Rotterdam nearly
threes ears ago.i
i Starting-with only $25 and
cushcart. be deeided to "see the
world and ; struck?' 4fK on foot
-through -central Europe, Spain,
, finally managing a lift to Mo Morocco
rocco Morocco in, North Africa. v .-
" In Morocco Aadland Joined
forced with Gottfried similarly
The pair reached Dakar in
t French:;' West Africa.' where
mall, contributions from' lo local
cal local inhabitants enabled them
i to take passage for Martini-'
que,Irth;'WestInflte,,'''"
Theav Venezuela. Colombia.
Panama and uo throuzh Cen
tral American and; Mexico to
Texas and a three-month tour
Nof the united States south,
southeast and ? far west;
Despite the gift of the car
ne resourcciui pair lound
their progress a bit arduous
t In the States where they were
i several times theatened with
i deportation for lack of funds.
So they. set off again, this
, wme wrtn transportation ; of
sorts wirougn central Ameri
-,ca hoping to reachT South A
mm-toa mtt.Yi the tiarS
Now both car and Journey are
. Bianea at runtarenas -until a
transporting; angel can be found
in Panama ors in Colombia.
" Any angels about these days?
Interview
IViUi Golf Victors
' At tonight sportscaster
Walter -Watson will, interview
the 1959 Panama Open Profesf.
Irtonal and, Amateur Champ-'
ions at the Panama Golf Club
over station HOG on the
same program. He will also in in-;
; in-; tervlew President" Ernesto de
la Guardia Jr.j i Panama's
ambassador te Washington
Dicky Arias, a participant In
, the' .Open; George L. Hall,
: PGA tournament : supervisor
and Frank Marshall, vice
- president of Seagrams, eo eo-;
; eo-; Sponsors of the Panama Open
Jt Csribbean golf toys

Atomic Group Senator Wants

$728 Million Nuclear Plane

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WASHINCTON, Jan. 31 (UPD Sen. .Clinton P. Anderson
(D-N.M) will ask Congress to override. President Eisenhower and

vote additional funds to speed

and atomjc power plants.
- 'Anderson said an extra 280 million dollars would enable the
country to get a nuclear plane in the air in four years.
- At the rate the administration is going, be said, this will be
delayed "into the 1970's.
, The Senator disclosed his plans at a news conference shortly
after being elected chairman of the Joint Congressional Atomic
Committee. He replaced Rep. Carl Durham (D-N.C). By agree
ment, the chairmanship rotates between the House and Senate.
- Anderson, who said he spoke only for. himself and not the
committee; said his proposed atomic power construction program
would cost about 875 million dollars over the next six or seven
years. The President's budget contains nothing for such construe
Won."1 ""-'"1 ', ' '

He said a "firm"' program for
nuclear flight in 1963 would
cost- an additional 45 million
dollars a-year for four years.
This would be in addition to
the 150 million dollars annually
which the administration plans
to spends. ,
Meanwhile, Wernher. von
Braun sees the revelations now
coming from space exploration
as "evidences of God's immense
plan." 'A
He warns that unless man
will accept divine guidance, he
mav be tempted to ,rexploit space
with aggressive designs" and
try to lommate eartn oy con conquering
quering conquering the universe; ; ;
- The German-borii rocket ex expert
pert expert who heads the Army's mis
sile nrotrram last night told a
session ol tne women s rorum.
on. National Security:
"The first ventures into re regions
gions regions beyond the sensible
atmosphere have produced
new '- knowledge which points
uo the-beauty and order of
creation,- which' -verifies the
natural laws" governing all
life and which logically hould
etfhance our reverence."
- Allen W. Dulles, director-. of
theCentr al Intelligence Agen
cy toia tne xorum yesteraay
that the" United States cannot
leave hewly-idependent coun
tries, "alone and -unaided" in
their; ; 'choice between. Com'
munlsru and freedom.
AT CAPE CANAVERAL; The
Air Force fired another stubby
raor equipped with, a Deacon Deaconlike
like Deaconlike banker last night in an at attempt
tempt attempt to see exactly how the
missue oenaves on a l.iuu mue
flight. ::
Third Man Arrested
In Marine Murder
Juan Arzoz. a Spaniard
sought as the mastermind
behind the robbery attempt
which resulted in the Friday
night strangulation 1 murder of
77-year-old Americanv; Thomas
J. Marine, ww captured in a
house in Mont oscuro, m tne
outskirts of Panama City, yes'
terday afternoon.
He was 'pale and apparently
nervous under interrogation -at
Secret Police headquarters last
night. i
He denied association with
the crime in connection with
which Jose Felix Prado Pana
manlan, and Juan Lumbreras
SDaniard. are being held.
-However, ne was reponeaiy
unable to explain a call he
put through Friday tight to
the Central Hotel, where he
lives, asking whother the Secret
Police' had been there looking
lor mm.
- Prado and Lumbreras are
uriderstord. to have named Ar
zoz as the instigator of the
crjme. They say he acted as
lookout in Santa Ana Plaza
while they entered Marine's
apartment above his shop there.
'When Marine entered a little
later Prado and Lumbreras,
Intent on,; theft, are alleged to
have knocked him down, strangl strangled
ed strangled him with a towel and at attacked
tacked attacked his wife Rita till her
scream attracted the neighbors'
attention, na they called the
police. . k
Baffle Of Bare
IJVS VEGAS;: .Nflfv; (UPI-The
battle of, the bosoms moved from
flits city's g tady nightclub
"ktrip" to the- nails of the- Ne Nevada
vada Nevada Legislature today in a fight
to ban nude dancing girls from
La Vegas', plush, hotels. ; A
Aligned on opposite sides of the
fleshy battle line aire four hotels
,:JE1 Rancho VVegas, Stardust,
Thnndtfrbird and Duneswhich
present bare-bosomed girlies, fac facing
ing facing off against lawmakers, clergy
and the non-nude hotels.
State senators Floyd Lamb and
Fred fiettelemeyef introduced a

construction of a nuclear plane J

It was the 33rd Thor fired
since testing of the interme intermediate
diate intermediate range weapon started here
in January 1957. The Douglas Douglas-made
made Douglas-made Thor' is "now operational
and is on guard in England.
but testing is expected to
continue for many -months.
The latest Thor had v a
strobe light generating 17
million candleower- attached
just below its nov seeone. This
blinking light was designed to
assist tracking crew with
powerful ballistic camera I to
poinpoint the missile's tra-
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Another purpose of the flight
was to: earner further data on
the effectiveness of the Trior's
live-foot nose cone. Tne cone
is designed to shield ft hydrogen
warhead from the extreme
temperatures generated by re'
entry into the earth's dense
atmosphere from space,
in its continuing' testing oi
the Thor. the Air Force hopes
to increase the 65-foot missile's
reliability to 80 or 90 percent
by the end of 1959. If the
effort is successful, the United
States could fire 10 Thors in
anger and be sure nine of them
would hit the target.
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Local Rate High
PAR
One hundred and thirty three
senior studnts are to be graduated
from the Paraiso High School
Tuesday during commencement
exercises ip be held in the. rarai rarai-so
so rarai-so Theater at 8 p.m,
Sigurd E. Esser, Superintendent
of the Canal .Zone Schools will pre present
sent present the diplomas to the graduates
after being" introduced by Ellis L.
Fawcett, principal of the Paraiso
Junior-Senior High School.
The speech of welcome will be
made bv Claudettel Soley. Senior
Lclass salutatonan. The farewell
tddress will be given by Mama
Icaza, the class valedictorian and
the msin address will be given by
honor student Yvonne Bruce.
Music will be furnished hy the
high school orchestra and the
school chorus under the direction
of Blandida Waterman.
The Invocation will be pronounc pronounced
ed pronounced bv the Rev. Fabian HV Walters
of the First Baptist Church in Pa Paraiso
raiso Paraiso and the benediction by the
Rev. Paul C. Loeven, C. M. of bt,
Marv's Mission in Balboa.
The complete list of graduates
follows:
Rov Aird. Norma Allen, Vilma
Allen, Leroy Alleyne, Glen Ame-
de Mairva Anderson, Herman
Arctibold, Andrea Ashley, Cyril
Atherton. Gloria Atherton,' Clifton
Bailey, Elyarado Baptiste,' Celin-
dr Barber, Hepburn Barber, B
Susanna Barber, Gloria Benjamin,
Americans Want
To See Russia,
AA Reports
WASHINGTON (UPI) Ameri
can tourists, who scent more than
two billion dollars overseas last
year, want to see more of Russia
Approximately 88 per cent of
this country's overseas tourists
favoT increased contact with the
Soviet Union, according to a sur
vey, completed 'by the American
Automobile Association.

Bosoms Shaping Up For Nevada Legislation

biU Yesterday' designed to cover
up torsos of the torrid' terpsichor terpsichor-eane.
eane. terpsichor-eane. i" i
Latnb, denyina he' is a "crusad "crusader,
er, "crusader, said, "I don'Helieve the pub public
lic public should be permitted i to watch
a is "type of show. They take me
ick.to the orgies of the Roman
Etnptre." v. -f,; -..3, .:
; : . .i i .''
Since the trad shows were first
attacked by tne clergy last fall,
the' undraiped extravaganzas have
gained in popularity and numbers.
Only this week brand new
show, tt Mouvelle Eve," opened

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WATCH THAT LIMB, warns Ray Coldwell (hand upraised) as volunteers work on the road system
for the new Boy Scout camp at Madden Lake. Bull dozed operator Bob'Harrington, in the driver's seat,
spent -most of last Saturday and Sunday, along wi th a number of others, in finishing up the first
Shase of the road network for the.new eSmp, Loo king on at the right in the picture is Frank Lerchen,
ead of the Maintenance Engineering Division of the Panama Canal Company .1 The hew camp being
built at Madden Lake will replace that tamp at the Volcan and make camping facilities more avail available
able available to more Scouts. (Official Air Force Photo)

1 1 I

Sctiools In Commencement Exercises Tuesday

AISO
Jesus Becker, Agnes Blades, Al-
bert Blades, Frank Blades, Leo
Blades, John Bovell, Norm no no-veil,
veil, no-veil, Delphina Boyce, Amos Brath-
waite, Sandra Brathwaita, Virgi
nia Bratnwaite, Julian Broods,
Hazel Brooms, Norma Brown,
Yvonne Bruce;
Gilma Cafiizales, Ferdinando
Cherie, Edna Church, Shirley
Clark, Wilhelmina Daniels, Nico-
medes Diaz, Victor Diaz. Myrtle
Dixon, Rudolph Douglas, Alfred
Evans, Winston Faulkner, Ed Ed-Ward
Ward Ed-Ward Ford., Vincent Forde. Wil-
bert Forde. Darnley Foster.
Cairios Garaett. Steven Gar-
nett, Violet Gaiskin, Holland Gayle,
Damian GUI. Eusebio omez. Ar
thur Grant. Oswald Headley. Bea
trice Henry, Ronald Holder, Leon-
le Holmes, Maida icaza. Alfred
Jackmas. Lincoln 'Jackson.. Cle
mentina jams.' victor Jimenez.
Troy Johnson, Alfred Jones, Ri
cardo Jordan, James Kennedy,
Gerald King, Linda Kirkaldy,
Ralston Kirton;
Herman Lainc. Myrna Lash-
ley, Ethel Lawrence, ; Joyce Lawi
rence. Anabel Layne. Audrey
Levy, Alston Livingston, Carmen
Lloyd, Ivan Lord, pniiip THalcoim,
Ehcia MarstiaU, George Maynard,
Gilbert Maynard. wuvia Mendo
za. William MUtett. Gilberto More
no, Florence Morgan, VEdUardo
Morreu, Frederick Mcenzie, and
Claude McLeod
Rosita 'Nurse, Dolores Oakley,
Francisco. Oleda, Winifred. Osbor
ne, Ernesto. Paddyfoot, t Robert
Pate, Dolores Peterkin, Hugh
Powell, Winston Powell,' Sylvia
Prince, Adolfo Reyes, Felix tios,
Herman Rios, Bernice Rueda;
Errol Sainten, Ruthwin Samuels
Elda Sanchez, Foriidio Sanchez,
Sylvia Sanchez, Aleck Scantlebu-.
ry, Ernesto Scott, Beverly Seaies,
Eric Shaw. George Sobers. Clau-
dette Soley,. Julia Soto, Louis
Sprauve, Ernesto Stewart;
Joel Tappin, John Taippin, Har
old Titus. Oscar Townsend. Eus
tace Trotman, Estanislao Vorgara
Ruth Waldrond, Stanford Walrond
Winston Walter. Robert Warren,
Albert Watson, CleophaS Wil Wil-liams,
liams, Wil-liams, Eugene Wilson,' Mabel Wil Wilson.
son. Wilson. Kenneth Woodcock, end
. Gladstone Yearwood.
at the El Rancho Vegan. .This
show, along with the Stardust's
"Lido" import from Paris, claims
to be "art" as against a- mass
striptease act
This has brought about a
schism among the nude show hos hos-telries.
telries. hos-telries. .."
The Minsky show at the Dunes
and the Thunderbird bare-chests
rated at the bottom of the totem,
pole. ' ''
However, Marion Hicks, oper operator
ator operator of the Thunderbird says his
girls have been covered up for

three -weeks. addiai that be tatieylre not. good for Las Vegas."

T

RAINBOW CITY

Commencement excercises for
the Rainbow City High School will
b- held Tuesday nieht at the Came
Biord 'Theater. Ninety-seven sen
iors will be given their diplomas.
The graduation ceremony will be begin
gin begin at 8 p.m.
rne graduating class will be pre
sented by Alfredo Cragwell. prin principal
cipal principal of the High School. Charles
A. Dubbt, assistant to the super superintendent
intendent superintendent of Schools, will award
the diplomas.
The Rev. Victor Watson of the
Rainbow City Methodist Church
will deliver the invocation and the
Rev. Daniel Renaldo, CM., of St.
Vincent's Church, will pronounce
the benediction.
Speakers, will be three honor
fraduatas. Lion King will be the
alutatorian, Frank Watson will
talk on "from this day onward,"
and Lionel Fergus will be the
Valdeictorian.
Music will be provided by the
School Band, under the direction
of Reginaldo Prescott and by the
School Chorus.
The li& of the Rainbow City
High School graduates follows:
isari Agnoiy, Kan Alleyne. isi-
ma Anderson, Lesley Anderson,
Alfonso Archer, Ann Archibold,
Thelma Ashby, Wilbert Bailey,
Carmen Bennett, Nora Best. Con
rad Boys, Stanley Boys, Alicia
Brady, Constance Brown, Clinton
Burke;
'Norma Cameron, Ronald Cham Chambers.
bers. Chambers. Merle Charles. Iris Chevan
nes, Elsie Clark, Bradley Court Court-Ley,,
Ley,, Court-Ley,, Marvin Davis Edginton
tonio Downer. Olga Downer... Ju
dith Drayton, Joseph Drew. Rober
to Dun Moodie, George Kins, Jer
ry Escalona and Fred Fergu
son. ;
Gilberto Fernandez, Clarence
Fields. Betty Forte. Roger Gar
Goddaird,' Vida Goodrich, Cladius
reene, Mtrva Hail, aooh Haw
kins, Barbara Hewitt, Lorenzo
Holder, John Hoy, Eleanor Hus
band. Claudette Hyman:
Francis-Jolliffc, Edwin Jones,
Percy Joseph, Alphonso King, Ju
dlth Kirton. Cielyn Laine, Ca
rol Layne. Edgar Lewis, Paul
fsvor of eliminating nudes alto-
getner -t
El Rancho owner ueiooe &aue-
man states Ais own case
"I first saw the 'La Nuvelle
Eve' show (in Paris with my wife
We were both imroressed with the
beauty and charm of the young
ladies. It fa in excellent taste. It's
all matter of the manner in
which the- shows are presented.
VThrow' 'em out," say s Jack
Entratter;' art owner of the
Sands Hotel. "Naked girls aren'
good for the resort business and

Lowe, Vincent Lowe, Carmen Mc-
Couriy, Frederick McDonald, Cle
mem mc ariane, s Daniel McFar McFar-lane,
lane, McFar-lane, George McFariane, Maurice
McLean,. ani -Silbert McNaugh-
ion.
BerVl Marshall. RoRit.a
Violet Maxwell. Gloria Mn-ris rZ
ginald-Muir, Sidney Myers, Alda
Myrie, Reno Patrick, Vilma Per Perkins,
kins, Perkins, Roer Pesso.a Loth a n
Raphael. Glenda Reid Walla
Reid, Dorothy Rennie, Vilma Ri-
cnaras, Maria. Roberts, Yvonne
Sisnett, Enrol Small;
Marva inomas, Norman Thom-
as, Norman Thomas, Rudolph
Thomas, Ricardo Thompson, Lio Lionel
nel Lionel Thorne, Glenville Walkes,
Frank Warner. Kenneth
Norma Watson, Albert Welch,'
Claudette Welch,. Shirley Welch.
Clementina Wusins. and Unvd
Wilson.
OipiArVS BABY SALES
WASHINGTON (UPIJ-Sen. Es
tes Kefauv'er (D-Tenn.) has intro
duced legislation to outlaw inter
state sale, of babies.
Kefauver said in, a statement
that the measure was needed to
stamp- out "interstate baby rack
eteers" and li protect thee sima
ted 160,000 illegiim ate children
born in the nation each year,
their mothers and prospective fos
ter parents.

'-...'. .... ..... LmiJIlUlHMIi HUlj f'"'"t

TJP THE BAYANO in a cayucd to.Eie bydro-electrlc camp site of Compaftia Panamefla de Puet.
la y Luz goes engineer S. P. McCasland of the Ebasco International Corporation, Inc, of Ne t
Yorlo McCasland and engineer Richard Mascolo, also of Ebasco International,, are heading ut v
a 19 man Panamanian survey team gathering Information which will be used to determine .tnl i
economic ieasiblllty of develcalna turdro-electrio nower on the Bajano JBlxex..' .,, r .. 1

for

Arctic Darkness,
Ice, Fog Hamper

Search For Vessel

ST. JOHN'S, Nfld., Jan. 31 .(UPI) Arctic dark dark-ness
ness dark-ness and worsening weather conditions closed in off the
Greenland coast tonight dimming hope of survival for 95
persons aboard a Danish ship that hit an iceberg and was
feared to have sunk. 1 I
"As time goes on the chances diminish but we're all
still looking," a Coast Guard spokesman in New Vork
said.
The cargo-passanger vessel Hans Hedtoft was last
heard from about 24 hours ago when it reported that it
was sinking slowly. Searchers have found no sign of the
ship.
The U.S. Coast Guard cutter Campbell, which
reached the area about noon, was expected to stand by
during the long, cold night and resume its search in the
morning.

The Coast Guard in New
York said weather in the disast
er area tonight would be mark
ed by 35 to 60 winds, seas as
high -as 22 to 27 feet, visibility
of less than one mile and snow
changing to rain. A spokesman
said the winds were shifting
from north to south, brineinc
in fog, mist .and, pushing thd
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The official pointed out the
difficulties of finding anyone
in the remote area cold, Ice
isolation, and only eight hours
of daylight each 'day.
The cutter Campbell report reported:
ed: reported: "Ice conditions make navi
gation in the search area very
nazarc-ous."
Ailing Sentry Dog
In France Vyins
New Lease On Life
WASHINGTON (UPI)-The Air
Force has granted a reprieve to
Blitz, the ailing sen'ry dog
wnose master was court jmartlaled
for using a faked animal death
certificate to save his pet from
a death sentence.
"Blitz will not be put to sleep,"
the Air Force announced yester
day. "Further disposition is being
studied.
Airman Tom Rhodes, of La Plata
Md., Blitz master, said the news
"sounds pretty good to me." The
25 year old airman drew a $75
fine from a summary court mar
'ial in France last week as the
result of his efforts to save the
disabled 105 pound German shep shepherd.
herd. shepherd. Air Force regulations-don't per permit
mit permit nonworking sentry dogs to re
main on the food rolls, and the
animals are considered too dan dangerous
gerous dangerous to be sent into, civilian life.
The death sentence followed.
But Rhodes locked Blitz away
and asked an Air-Force veterina veterinarian
rian veterinarian to make out a fake death
certificate. Charges against the
vet still are pending.

LOG
ST. JOHN'S, Nfld., Jan. 31
(UPI) Chronolotfv of tho
iceberg collision of the Danish
freighter Hans Hedtoft.
11.54 a. m. iday.Th first
ffles ?airvNw received frsm
Due Hans xlilAotl indicating she
had collided with an iceberg
and was 37-miltKgOuthwest of
Cape Farewell, Gretffcrnd,
3:36 p.m.-Fridav. fiaessasfl
received from the Hedtoft:
am siowiy sinking and need as assistance."
sistance." assistance." 5:56 p.m Friday. German
trawler Johannes Kreuss arrives
in area and begins search-
i:oo a.m. -isaturdav. A it a
Navy "Constellation leaves from
Argentia, Nfld. to search for
the Hedtoft.
2:00 a.m Saturday The
German fishing vessel Johan
nes Kreuss messaged It could
find no trace of the Hedtoft or
its passengers and was abandon
ing the search. The Kreuss
later decided to remain in the
area.
5 a.m. Saturday. Navy Cons
tellation arrives over distress
area and begins search. s
6:30 a.m. Saturday. Conste Constellation
llation Constellation reports it has searched
100 square-mile area and found
no trace of Hedtoft.
6:30 a.m. Saturday. Trawl
er Kreuss reports it still can cannot
not cannot find any sign of missing
ship.
BALBOA TIDES
MONDAY, FEB. 2
HIGH
Time Ht.
10:30 a.m 13.9 ft.'
11:03 p.m 13.6 ft.
LOW
Time HL.
4:24 a.m 1.7 ft.
4:49 p-m 2.2 ft.

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CITIZENSHIP

Sir:

r PtpnH mv stjnrpciation and congratulations to Deputy Jose

Domir.ador Bazan for proposing the Bill to ensure we Panamanians
of Wesi Indian origin are citizens of the Republic of Panama. Now
that it had been passed, 1 do hope that the other Deputies will re remember
member remember what they had promised. We are still waiting to see their
efforts in the National Assembly.
F. A. Lawrence.

PARTIES, ANYONE?
Sir:
A cornica' aspect of the new wage bill is the rash of parties
among the American culony of the Canal Zone, the guests of honor
eing the hosts' immediate superiors. The idea is that after the ball
" is over the host will be the superior's fair-haired employe in the

- jockeying for favored positions under the new regulations.

I ed at the sudden determination of employes to wine and dine them.
- The more pstute realized immediately that they had not been so
r nnnular in tli nasi Thp less rnnnine or trained Buests are iust be-

I" ginning to feel a little foolish at the implications behind the invit-

, JlleilUr.

SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

Sir:

A. Bust.

There is always something going on here.
Tomorrow the Texas Medical Association meets with a few more
than 400 delegates, but there are more than 1.000 here already. No
law against camp followers.
They say the Pan American Highway to the Canal Zone won't
be complete ir. -less than 15 years.
Also 'here is much talk of the cost of a Third Lock for the Canal
when they had better be thinking of a sea level canal on the Mack
Tenny survey under the divide in Nicaragua. I expect to live to
see it.
There h r lot of Cortisone here and I am feeling fine.
Pop Wright.

N-ECKING CLASSES

Sir:

If one were to walk about on Roosevelt avenue by BHS on a
school day when classes are changing, one might see 'education"
at work with a new and romantic twist. On the ramp connecting the
Junior College with BHS. or during lunchtime under the palms or
elsewhere on the campus, young lovers can be observed strolling
arm in or by arm or lounging against the wall in "close" conver conversation.
sation. conversation. One feels a little abashed remebering one's own high school
days, when all work and no play made Jack a dull boy but then
times charge. To the lavman who understands titllo of mnrlern tiloh

school proTaure, BHS operation ian eyeopener, providing" of course
that It .an. U 1 J...Li. t I L . i i

uiav ii la uui ins uaugmer wno is Deing mauiea.
One would find upon a little further investigation (any student
will tell you that inside the school building the same romantic sit situation
uation situation prevail in hallways and corridors. It is SOP.
The administration is aware of this situation, and has been for
some time. When I mentioned this to a teacher friend of mine the
teacher informed me that discipline in such matters is non-existent,
due to the failure of the administration to follow through on corn corn-plants.
plants. corn-plants. The guiding principale is that happv children make happy
schools and that happy, school (capita) make happy and problem problem-free
free problem-free administrators, so Iet-'m-be-haopv
As a parent I have always fried to be modern and progres

sive in my inmKing, but this is too much. Shortly. I shall be sending

t i? "",." scnooi. i ennse lo tnmk of the possibility
of her being exposed to this tvpe of thing, as I think anv parent
would Modern or not, I still think of hish school as a place where
a child can receive an education, not learn necking from some Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Elvis Presly.

Abashed.

;Hr:

DEMOCRACY AND HYPOCRISY

Ruarkous
Comments

In recent columns published here news analyst James Mar Mar-f
f Mar-f tw has discussed the present Castro situate- in Cuba. At one!
i oint he called Castro's government a dictatorship rather than
- i democracy, and at another point he ascribed Castro's resent resentment
ment resentment or US criticism of his activities as a sign of fatigue, or poor
Udgment.

- manows aeuniuon of democracv would be interesting to
" iJ 0r lnstance' dees Jt emcompass that country where a few
months ago a Negro was condemned to death because he stole a
.ruling amount of money from a white woman? It was only after
ja overwhelming; body of protest arose from Negroes In that
Jountry and elsewhere that the sentence was commuted.
. Does his definition of democracy encompass a country where
fjn over-ambitious governor can deny education to thousands of
,'Mdren?
Is a country democratic in which the voting and other civil
;lghts are denied to a large minority of citizens solely because
i-lielr skin is black?
As for Castro's resentment of US criticism, It Is the US cus custom
tom custom to ascribe any such resentment to Communism, so Marlow'a
..fatigue" of "poor judgment" is at least something new.
The truth Is that Americans have been so used to dealing
:nth first name buddies (or stooges) that they find it both dif difficult
ficult difficult and annoying when someone looks them straight in the
-rye and tells them to go to heir.
; Castro narrowly escaped death a thousand times in his three
tears in the Sierra Maestra. He saw comrades in arms and their
.toved ones suffer. He won his victory through shrewdness and
-111,
He wuld hardly be expected to be on back-slapping terms
rith the country which blamed him for the misery Batista In Inflicted
flicted Inflicted on Cuba. He can see as clearly as anyone else, perhaps
more clearly, the hypocrisy of those who preach against dictator dictatorships,
ships, dictatorships, then support the dictators In question with weapone with
Vhich to slay the people they oppress, then to criticize the sur survivors
vivors survivors for rising up and executing the murderers of their com comrades.
rades. comrades. Castro Is not fatigue, with anything except mavbe U8 hypocrisy.
Many South American nations feel the same way, whether they
express it so forthrlghtly or not.
I Furthermore, if the Batista dictatorship was acceptable to
Marlow and other Americans, why not a Castro dictatorship? Un Unless
less Unless It be that Batista could be bought by the US, and Castro
cannot.
Reconsideration,

By ROBERT C. RUARK
My thirst for knowledge has

been known to lead me up strange

pathways, and right now I go a-

round mumbling. If I had a pray prayer
er prayer wheel, like a Tibetan monx,
you would be able to hear it whirr.

Education when I was a boy

class president, 20 miles a aay
througn the, snow, teacher's pet,
our class won the chocolate cake
education, as I was saying,
when 1 was slopping the hogs and

milking 16 cows every morning
before I split the kindling and
cooked the breakfast education

was different. Yessirree bob.
i
You went to school. You raised

your hand to go to the little boys,'.
Voj smoked in oh. no. that

wasn't me, that was my brother
but ma'nly you got kept in af after
ter after school if you flung spitballs
or paper airplanes or dipped thy

neignnor s pigtails in an inkpot.
Even the Penrods and Tom Sawv.

ers managed to behave slightly

wnue oeing forcibly subjected to
the rigia trinity of the inexnrhl

"R's".

Id tM olkuinf UA .I,. .11 ...'-!

3 rw aiunai v uic 9AUU Vr.lll
rt 1 1 0S niinaiAnnllii ntltnn

ed tc jack up the price of rabbit-
4..U I 1 ,i

iuujuiu auer you zouna uav tno'
teacher was a secret user, but

musuy mey reirainea iram nav-
ing to kill us to keep us quiet.
m .... ... II.,:

u irv wcio u juue ruugn on
ClllClif ,.Ak... U I l

jML'sumic bcaucia 11 was DC-
cause they were sometime things,

urn witiviy nep, ana were only
mnlrina rnariimn 4aita1ip. ma..

a uuiv jncu j mvucjr
anyhow. I heard tell that some
ft I It.. n .MA1.nJ i ft

ui uiciu aiuu&eu uiiu uecitea, too,
but anyhow I was big for my age
and that is quite another story.
. But now" I am confronted W th
the thpnrom that in

v..v V. w... 111 W III-
still a little rudimentary Chaucer
and simple subtraction into mod modern
ern modern minds, we are fated with the
necessity of either drugging the

ui ucois or unsung mem brisk briskly
ly briskly about the sitzplats.
One school of thought is go'ng
tn trv tronm, (living Kllt. Ail

unruly, hereinafter described as
"hyperactive, difficult children,-
on the urnnnM. than ... n

ally disturbed and need a nudge
of Nembutal to quell the beast
that dwells within. That's In the
Bronx N.Y.. where sterner things
have happened.

ivow, in Stamford, in the manK
cured acre nf rnn.u...i .l ..

, vviureiui-ui, mey
just conducted a secret poll a-

ipacners, and, cloaked in
anonvm tv th

he chubby little students. The
achers reported that out of 14,-

'i fer5iencraiscip una unary
ry unary problem pupils." irf the ele-
nh!rAgTades',thfire were so
Jso Bad hats among a rough 8,000.

nuuuieu oui of 5000 in iu-
nEersaTea!:i6h ?,rh00ls were stik stik-Srs,
Srs, stik-Srs, leach said..

j 'ivuiumcuueu mat tne
younger footpads be paddled, and

n y u ,i""'pie uearers be ex expelled
pelled expelled "when .11

Control faii: means 01

ine teachers blamed parents,
as usual for the state of anarchy

er not at home" and "material-

-.I r, u ana Permiss ve
parents ahcnrKaH u-

Juniors misconduct and little
Tessies predilection for sticking
out her tongue at the mere sug-

l,wu" a upeiiing Dee.
I am with tha CfAMAMj

in principle, since I do not see
how pilUaking is going to tran tran-quilize
quilize tran-quilize some little highbinder who
ought to be in reform school ihto

ui,, rippa masses"
might COmnetA nrlrh h...

M 1 nviiiui I11UV-
ie. Ymi start IrM tl

kind of pill that forgives him for
teing a little animal, and you got
a candidate for a life of steady
substitution of personal responsibi-

y umcr peopit s lancied frailties.

W'hst baffle me most, though,'

.- .v.. t VI lIlr class classroom
room classroom lost rvrntml ,... u..

ing mischief-makers in the first

Wlutever hihiuti.J -...1

"-kkw.cu iu auinon-
ty, tnat you have to set cops to
ratrol line th c.hnni. 5

teachers whimoerlng that they

"i mmim me overgrown 0"fs'
It's somebody's fault and I'm
not sure you can blame it entire entirely
ly entirely On th atllHenti T .1

. am almost
-CrtMnwtht 8 Mflrlne sergeant
niiW.i.b'v? ry litHe ff'c"Ity
Z i5.ttJ 5 itch-

But it tem. rn Knll J

whether you drug them or batter

"-.! into an unwilling accept acceptance
ance acceptance nf lrnntvlo1rk .J t

4, .., .t lu wonaer
If it's worth thT effort? From

1 reaa tney seem more tail tailored
ored tailored for a itretch in the work-

lege cnoiarsnip to col-

- -w 4. yj& r
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CRAZY DOORKNOBS Not the least among the unusual things a passer-by might spot in
New York City are these unusual doorknobs. Peppermint cane, left, is a year-round decora decoration
tion decoration of a candy store. Gay blades pull a saber "plunged to the hilt" In a restaurant," upper
right. A jewelry store featuring macabre pieces welcomes visitors with an outstretched metal
hand, lower right.' 'y:(X

CASH RELIEF

Eir:

. How la cash relief to disabled employees computed. Hundreds
Jhave service from ditchdljtglnj; or Isthmian Canal Commission
days, The Panama Canal, Panama Canal Company and the U.S.
Amy prevtdua to the Civil Service, when retirement was beint

paid to civilian employes and all previous service rendered on

Wia istnmua was U.S. Government service.
' All of ua whrt have rendered service nrevlftii. t.n t.ha first. r.

tframent Local Rate employes feel this matter should be count

90 ai us. Government service on the Canal and that we are
entitled to cash relief.
f I trust that we eld dltchdltgers of 190 will one day be con

sidered eligible for cash relief for all of this service and not just

for the employment described in the recent bill signed by the

resident, which grants disabled Canal employes cash relief for

ha A 1 --r

iyov jqs-rs service. ,r

Haif a Column More or Less-Now and Then

CREDE CALHOUN

by

ma

AFTERNOON AT VACAMONTE
Vacamonte is, I suspect, a con contraction
traction contraction of "vaca de monte,"

which means "mountain cow" and,

is a native name for the tapir. It

is a high ridge on Biquez Bay that
points out into the Pacific.

There is a small loaf-shaped is

land nearby that -is called "Va

ca," but it certainly isn't of the
mountain, but rather of the sea.

The point might better be called

"Vaca del Mar or sea cow.
That is the place John Collins

dreamed about so often that be before
fore before it became a reality he had

already planned to build a house
there.
The dream was so persistent

that he enlisted the .aid of Capt.
Hans Elliot and started to look
for his dream site. They cruised

along the coast and one day they

found it on Biquez Bay.

"That's the place, Hans," said
John.

They went ashore and explored
the point. Then John bought it
with a considerable portion of
jungle from the Ycaza Family.
There he and Wynter and Fritz
built the Casa Collins that has
many views and ail of them pleas pleasing.
ing. pleasing. Let me tell you more afcout It
by cribbing the first verse of a
poem by Olive Brooks.
Full bnrn was his dream of it,
This sage whose sleep was
sound...
He saw a mystic headland rang ranged
ed ranged aroUnd.
On three sides more,
By ocean brine;
A tall deep-jungled headland,
proud...
Where frigate birds glide
Forever under the cliff
And the shore was loud
With warm touch of foam
Against black columns.
Of tumbled basalt
Where the searching hand of the
sea had wrought
Three caves to harbor creatures
Below the limning of his
dream. v

We found John in good form

er and producer. Be 4s opening k
Swedish '.version of "My Eair
Lady" in Stockholm on St. Valen.
tine's day:V:
Elbert Lareen is great Dane
of the theatrical rather that the
canine variety, and a former
member of the National Theatre
of Denmark. Now" he' is a free
lance and is vacationing in Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. John greeted. Wally as MacMil MacMil-lan,
lan, MacMil-lan, and he does look like the
great Englishman, nnly taller and
Handsomer. After greeting Larsen
John told him solemnly that he
had retired after building the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal.
v I was interested when Larson
said that he had played the part
of Sakini, the interpreter, in "The
Tea House of the August Moon"
in Danish in Gopentiagen.
"I loved-it." he said, "Never

had so much fun lniny life, Latef'

in Istanbul I saw It in Turkish.

Of course, I don't know Turkish,
but I did know every word of the

play and co,uW. watch the-jesctipn
of the audience';. It as Jhi satiw
as in CoDetmafi4nd dn Je

York. A good -play; is a good VW

in any language.

"How did. you translate h

Cockney in f'May Fair Lady"' in
to Swedish?" I asked Wally.

"We have a kind of Swedish

that is like Cockney," he said.

"and we used that. I've read the
translation twice," he added "and

it is perfect.

"Do vou happen to know Jose

Ouintero the Panamanian?"

"Not Dersonallv. but I know his

work and I consider him one of

the greatest directors in the thea
tre today."

Drinks were passed and pass passed
ed passed aeain. I was about the only

one to take hard liquor, f-Scoteh,

and water without ice. The vth

. . a

ers, dranK milt juices irom ine
oranges and grape fruit of the

And Winnie, well, just Winnie Collins finca. The trees are load1

which is all she ever needs to be.
We were just getting settled when
their big great Dane puppy rais

ed a row over the arrival of Fritz
and his suegra, Vera Elliot The
Dane had hardly" Closed her eyes

when another car arrived, carry carrying
ing carrying Gus Wally and Elbert L'arsen.

Fritz and Vera heed no intro

duction, except, perhaps to men

tion Lerida and the Panajnonte
Hotel in Boquete. GuS Wally is,

among other things,' a play brok

ed with big golden globes the

Bweetest grapefruit I haver, ever

Then we were told tnat George
and Etta of the Collin's.. menags
were going to dance for. us, They
pushed the dining table behind a
screen and the stage was set -for
one of the most interesting and
unusual dance recitals I have

ever seen.

George was the chorelgrapher

and principal dancer and Etta

7 to.

mm

Jul '1fm

was the co-star and chorus. Tney

danced to recorded music, but

Were was nothing so rigid or re
corded about their- dancing.

One dance that I'didn t taae

personally, interested me intense

ly. It might have been called

"The Fountain of Youth," or tne

Viejo Verde."

Etta was waiting and marking

time with an easy grace when

George came on, an old man with
wobbling, crooked legs, supporting
himself with a cane.
Gradually as the dance warm

ed him 'and Etta enticed him, his

legs and body straightened. Then

he got so good that he handed Et

ta the cane. They were really
dancing at the end when Etta
hooked the crook f the cane a a-round
round a-round George's neck and pulled
hitn behind the screen.

oYX MOW

MI Ttf
f.tXn 11 ui 1 r v ,f i ;

Mfelpretation of Maurice RaVetf.

Bolero as George feels it. The Bo Bo-ten
ten Bo-ten is a Spanish dance, but there
was nothing Spanish about

George's Interpretation, which

vfrnfef. ni-lmiti,ra iunola urith rrtnta

l( " ..... v. JUUt,''
UB. his remote ancestors. The Spa

nish bolt o involves swift move movements
ments movements and thundering taconados
stomping with the B e e 1 s.
George s version was almost
breathlessly silent. He had long
ago cast off his shoes and now
his fine torso was bare
Out from under the table came
two black snakes George's arms
and hands, then he snaked his bo body,
dy, body, prone on the dull red tile
floor, into view, the muscles of
his back and shoulders writhing
serpentinely.
Slowly he rose until he was
standing erect with the black
snakes of h's arms writhing a a-bove
bove a-bove his head. He did a few styllz-1
ed steps back and forth, then
front side to side with his. supple
arms moving, always in harmo harmony
ny harmony and rhythm with the music. At
the end of a period he sank to
his knees, and slowly bowed for forward
ward forward until his forehead touched
,the red tile.
Again he rose slowly to a stand standing,
ing, standing, posture and changed tttafurm
of his movements and repeated
the stylized steps. He repeated
his figures only when tjie -theme
of the music was repeated by. the
orchestra. v :
.- Not once was there a broken
line nor an awkward movement.

There was something fascinating

about his dance that put one un

der a spell. The contortions of his

muscles were like snakes under
his shining black skin.
The climax canfe when hs sank
to his knes and slowly bent back backwards
wards backwards until his head touched the
time then the movements of his
fine muscles grew dimmer- until
at the last note his body was still
as if carved from ebony.

iiifaiwmiiiiiwiiiiniwiiiiw'i

THE SOUTH WIMS-John Payne, holding the Stan and Ban
evokes a military pose from fellow-actor Henry Hull. The -pair
are rehearsing scene for a. television, ahowi In. which.

.The applause broke the silence.

"Marvelous." said Gus Wally,

an authority on the dance both
frohf pjersonal experience and long
association with the ballet and

tb6 thrcstrc
, "Wonderfu'l.7 said Elbert Lar

sen, 'lso an authority." One
wouli' never see anything like

that in a Danish drawing room.

That was really the end of an

afternoon at Vacamonte.

h Wally had a long talk with Et

ua and George I should have, been

nanov. to near. v-7

. I'll Jsk Etta and George about
it the. next time I see them and
I'll also ask them to dance1 If they
are in the mood.

COFFEE TIL TWO.
LOS ANGELES (UPI) -Beatnik
coffee houses have .been, told to
close at 2 a.m. and procuro en en-tertainnunt
tertainnunt en-tertainnunt licenses, despite the
entertainment being provided by
the cuslomers. ouiiysupervlsori
said the 2 a.m. closing hour will
eliminate a potcutit' law enforce enforcement
ment enforcement problem and heen ttenagers

Ifrom sitting in ..the '.houses all

. POONA WALLAHS AND PUKKA SAHIBS, this being
the season of carnival jubilation 1 wish to set all adverss
rum-s at immediate rest by revealing that the appearance
of a fountain' on Cov. William E. Potter' front lawn is not
part of the pipe-raising project 'linked with the approach approaches
es approaches of the new bridge at the Limit Instead h is hospitable
tootsies. j
facility in whjch a. tired Carnival queen can cool her regal
' What with one eadh'from tha Carnival Junta, the Ca-

nai Lune, ine union viuu, ci ronania niixon ancj WflO
knows where else, there are so many aueens' holding

sceptered sway over these republican areaa this week that v
you have to build a fountain on the bigglsh'side to 'accom 'accommodate
modate 'accommodate them all. V"-
The fountain is certainly not being built to that size
as an ungentlemanly comment by Potter on' the size of the
queenly feet. The muy caballero governor Is not the 51 an
to countenance any such fnnuendoraricf I'm all on his side
in thi matter.
All right then, any' more questions about the fountain?
Pleased I am to record that while the politicians In
Washington and down in Panama's National Assembly are
giving each other earache and ulcers with charges and
counter-charges, a whole bunch of people on both sides of
the Fourth of July have been demonstrating themselves to
be possessed of more good sense than a smoke-filled--roomful;-if-
'fwMflotarwr- s."
Take,, for Instance, the get togethrat vth r aislhg
of the Carpiyal flag at Balboa Thdrsday
seemed to? get rather more bipartisirl'adlil ti ti
planting of the Panamanian flag at, 'itai9FjBI$t
by university students in Operation Scelgntyliy 2
last. Thursday hert .was 'dancing1 and. faugKfet-kritriusio
and not a word about what the ChambeetSCdrrttnerce
thinks of the Panama Canal commjsssrlslrptOTAasIng

poimes. -i ::. ' y;-'- -t i-l?r :
Pettriu ullA wo $U'ktlrk' 4atla tviA i4 Clmlt.mm-Dmn-

ama relations were 1 'left iff the- hands of Canal Zone car
nival QuMn..jCarb)v; 0rrjptl'.;and Panama Carnival Queen
Renee Tercos things twbuld go a whole lot smoother than
in the hands ofeaylxRep, Daniel J. Flood (P-Pa.V and
Assemblyman Alfredo ("Bab") Aleman Jr. In the first
place, my friend said, the girls are 'prettier thrrthe daunt dauntless
less dauntless knight9atlr Unwilling to appear
to be intetfeVjflg;rW affairs of a sovereign
power, I neither concurred in nor disputed his viewpoint.
One cannot be too careful In the delicate atmosphere of
international affairs these days.
Equally encouraging a manifestation of the good sense
of the ordinary folk was the attendance of Zone gringos
at the Harlem Globetrotters Monday night. I have at times
heard loud noises 'affronting tropic air as businessmen
griper about the unwillingness of Zonians to pome, lntpt Pan Panama
ama Panama to see hat Is offering.

The National Gym can hardly be described as lying
In the most desirable area of this historic capital, although
indeed one of the neighboring' buildings haa,b0eri'ithe oc occasional,
casional, occasional, involuntary home of 'some of the nation's most
distinguished leaders. Yet when the,, hjgh-uality, low low-priced
priced low-priced (box officewise) Globetrotters came..to towinf, there
Jwere probably more Zonlftrtft'' In thet National' Gym' than

there were on Central Avenuef Naturally there 'were rows
and rows of Panamanians, too. All attracted. by, a good
product at a reasonable price. Must be a moral in this
for someone. s-ni ?4ri -;;-t'i'i
Same has applied, but'tott' fessef degree, to the Pan Panama
ama Panama pro baseball league. There has been a fine, brand or
ball played here this season, and despite the' -authorities'
apparent unawareness of the fact, that an accessible, or orderly
derly orderly parking lot is as important to a bail park these days
as the base paths, a steady coterje of Zonians has been
along lb see the action. ;
Not as many, in my opinion, as the caliber of the
games warranted. When Carta Vieja-was playing there
were apt to be more Gringos on the field than' in the stands.
But on the season-long haul the -baseball story is the-' same
as that for the Globetrotters Zonians will come tOjtowri
if they get value for their money.
Given this assurance, they care as little for what any
treaties have to say about who should spend their "money
where as if said treaties were graver on temple wall in
classical Urdu, and framed t Jjyiibaeliefsflhfe typja
which form such specatoularerimi-h'$ppensl
and imagination ef the p ratlf firatiriS'.-5 l5iyfi3J treawt
sub-continent of India. -'yS: : r';':::$$)3'00f$
Just these last oouplaf'wakf,vUv-i4.Jiap.i; Indi Indications
cations Indications have oome to my ears Mktst jaa$!
nian outfit has got the message. V
It's getting to the point where Panama City ha about
as many supermarkets as cahtirias.. That ; ill right Idr peo peo-nh
nh peo-nh who like superpiarketsLiv and let; llvi,-1 lik can-
tlnas. kiV .ftlsMf i
But one of these supermarkets 1sf fror lotlndi hear
among the suds, having better : luck than the others at
Turin the commissary-coddled Customed Intp the terra In
cognita of Via Espafia. It Is Mihtmax, the large larder that
looks, like a bunch of cocked dice Out by where, the Juan
Franco track used to be. Canal Zone plates are a regular
sight in the parking lot, I'm told. I wouldn't knowi The
place cjoesn't sell beer.
Are the : Zqne shoppers there because some treaty
says the shou1dbe? Nope. They're there for the same
old reason ?they'J consider the combjnattoij of prices arid
quality available provides a better bargain, in soma line's
anyway, than rthosb offering in the commissary and pret
sumably In thi other supermarkets which dont draw Cai
nal Zone trade as conspicuously as does Minlm: 4,
Women ere notoriously impractical creature. Thare ar
Zone housewives more interested in saving pennies Iri their
shopping than they are In the grand and fasting things,
such as speeches by congressmen and National Assembly Assemblymen.
men. Assemblymen. 1 '"''""f'j-r".
Again, 1 may be just as wrong In thl a ) was last
week when both fingers wandered idly over the noisy key
and cam up with Carlos Carles as the)nam oft the gentle
eagle of Chlriqul, Copa's Cajt. Carlds towel? hereby re retract
tract retract the error with the speed; If rottfc amooth skill; with
which pilot -Cowes retracts .the landing gear pf Ws,;PC-3.
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PAGE. FMTR
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THE SUNDAY AMERICAN

.v,r. Dir ri!vs rant Maurice E. Kinnett, commanding officer of D Battery, 4th Gun
INSPECTING BIG GUNS rCoai te workine of a 120 mm antiaircraft 2un to members of
Battalion, ol.th Artillery expla ns tne w e week ghown ft to right

the Panama Koiary wuu. wi.u .Br ? r idnt wmhP-tn AnnrhPs and Kinnett.

are Roge.Ho Arosemena,

John D. Mayles, club p resident, Humbeyto Anorbes and Kinnett.

Hollywood's Biggest Suspense Drama
Begins Casting With Oscar Ballots

HOLLYWOOD (UPD-Filmfolk
were busy this week marking Dal Dallas
las Dallas for the 31st annual Academy
Awards nominations which w HI
whittle down Oscar contenders to
five in each category.

Because there is uu a."6 a."6-Standout
Standout a."6-Standout picture in the running
this year's Oscar steeplechase
holds ma-e suspense than an Al Alfred
fred Alfred Hitchjock whodunit.
Best bets to enter the finals
Feb. 23 for iop picture of the
year are "Gigi," "Cat on a Hot
Tin Roof," "The Defiant Ones,
"The Bi" Country" and "Sepa "Separate
rate "Separate Tabfes."
Not to be counted out, but less
favored are "I Want to Lwc,
"South Pacific" and "Teachers
Pet." The latter is handicapped
because it is a straight comedy.
Strongest, most exciting race is
among Hollywood's leading ladies
and in a year that generally
was devoted to films dedicated to
Strong roles for actors. No less
than eight beauties are decided
candidates.

Favored to contend as finalists
art Elizabeth Taylor (Cat on a
Hot Tin Roof), Susan Hayward (I
Want to Live), Jean Simmons
(Home Before Dark), Shirley
MacLaine (Some Came Running)
and Ingiid Bergman (The Inn of
the Sixth Hardiness).
Rosalind Russell (Auntie
Mamet, Deborah Kerr (Separate
Tables) and Mitzi Gaynor (South
Pacific) also lo:m as possibilities.
' Best ac'or category is confuted
this year by several possible nom nominees
inees nominees wno co-stirred in the same
vrodur'inn. S'ronges' nominee
contenders a 'o Tony Curtis and
S dnev Poiiior. who co-star -ed in
"The Pefhnt o-c ."
r Frank Sinatra and Dean Mar

tin, another pair of possibilities,
shared billing in "Some Came
Running." The same is true of
Maurice Chevalier and Louis
Jourdan, co-stars in "Gigi."
Both Paul Newman and Burl
Ives, stars of "Cat on a Hot Tin
Roof," are under consideration
for nominations.

Two other actors certain io gei
a heavy vote are Spencer T-acy
(The Last Hurrah) and David

Niven (Separate Tables).

When Feb. 23 rolls airouna me
real race will be underway with
nlavers vying for Hollywood's
Golden Oscars the most treas treasured
ured treasured awards in the zany world of
movies.

By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service

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Quote Unquote

WASHINGTON Gen. Thomas
R Power, head of the Strategic

Air Command, on placing' a fleet
of bombers in the air constancy
to retaliate against possible en en-em
em en-em v attack:
"I'd like to put one up there.
I'd like to see one as soon as
possible.

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East and West vulnerable
West North East South
3 V Double Pass 4 A
Pass Pass Double Pass
Pass Pass
Opening lead 4

NEWARK, N.J. A 14 year-old
boy, on whjt he set fire to a 1,600 1,600-pupil
pupil 1,600-pupil grammar school:
"I did it to get even with teach teachers
ers teachers who have been picking on
me."

CHICAGO Free-lance diver
Frank Hefling, 55. on being
trapped more than 5'-2 hours in a
water tunnel 70 feet underwiter;
"1 was wet up to my neck from
water inside my suit. I could
have drowned in my own suit."

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STORY OF
THE SERGEANT WHO "PROMOTED"

HIMSELF TO
GENERAL...
and won
the wildest
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GLENN FORD ZJl

One of the hardest things to

learn in bridge is that no matter
how the bidding goes you stilly hold

the same 13 cards you nave Dcen

dealt.
North knew that West was tryin;

to shut him out with his three-heart
bid. He also should have realized

that his own hand warranted no

action at all. but North was not

going to be shut out. He cried,

"Double!"

East passed to see what would

happen and it was up to south

South also knew Wat West was
trying to shut him out and South
was going to show West. He leaped
to four spades.
East looked over his 13 cards
carefully to see that there had
been no misdeal and doubled.

West opened his singleton club

and East's mne fell to Soulh's

jack. South led a trump which

East won. East played ace and

another heart which South trump

ed. South next led another spads.

The second trump lead turned

out to be a serious mistake. It

gave East control of the hand. He

won the trick and led back the

nine of trumps. South took his ten
and two club tricks but that was

as far as he could go. East rutfed

the fifth club, drew South s last

trump and led a heart to his part

ner.

LONDON, Jan. 31 -- The story
of P. J. Smith's pigman has de de-l
l de-l ghted me in a week in which
nearly everybody and everything
in the United Kingdom seems to
be on the move. The less the pig pig-man
man pig-man move,, the happier is Smith.
A farmt in the English county
of Staffordshire, he has been tell telling
ing telling an Oxford conference how a
work study expert helped him to
streamline operations in the pigs'
fattening house.
Originally the pigman took 18 1-2
minutes to feed 180 animals. With
the new routine it took him only
seven minutes. And instead of 520
yards, he walked only 38 yards.
This meant a saving of 200 miles
walking in a year.
LAND AND AIR
So much for the Staffordshire

pigman. Elsewhere the news is
not of less movement, but of more
of a mighty rushing hither and
thither. It covers everything from
lighter and swifter baby carriages
to hold a driving license. The Ko Koto
to Koto the quickest (seven hours 22

London and Montreal, from "fly

ing without frills" on Britain's new
Air Bus at two cents a mile, to
plans far television entertainment
from a Comet airliner zooming o o-ver
ver o-ver the Rockies to Vancouver.
Beginning with the babies, the
North of England Pram Fair has
shown that glass fibre perambula perambulators
tors perambulators are the favoured mode for
speed on the sidewalk, with maybe
a leopard skin body for elegance
and large wheels or saefty.
More tha.i 2,000 .patents for baby
carriages have been taken out in
Britain in the past half-century.
Ouir mobile youngsters cannot com

plain of neglect.
. Now, by the time they are 16,
they can qualify for automobile
driving lessons, although too young
minutes) Come- flight between
yal Society for the Prevention of
Accidents has initiated off-tbe-road
training courses during school
term time so that young people
can already be proficient drivers
when they reach the licensing age
of 18.
RIVER AND SEA
In comparison, rowing on the
river may seem an archaic form
of locomotion, but the 21s and over
at Oxford and Cambridge Univer Universities
sities Universities aire working up a tine frenzy
of excitment over the famous U U-niversitv
niversitv U-niversitv Boat T.ace on the River

Thames, not due till the end of
March but already bringing the

crews out for practice rum in
gales and snowstorms.
Not for them; in their frail willo willowy
wy willowy skiffs, the tasselled luxury of
Queen Victoria's ceremonial barge
which we have just seen shipped
off to the -Maritime Museum of
Canada at Halifax, Nova Scotia,
as a present from the Admiralty.
Talking of queenly vessels, I
was in lime to see the royal
yacht Britannia flide ut of Port Portsmouth
smouth Portsmouth this month on a iround-the-world
trip of 28,390 miles.
At Rangoon towards the end of
February she is due to embark
the Duke of Edinburgh after his
visit to Pakistan and India.
She will then take him to Sin Singapore,
gapore, Singapore, North Borneo, Sarawak
and Hong Kong and various Paci-

tic isiancs betore returning
through the Panama Canal to the
West Indies.
The Duke will fly back to Bri Britain
tain Britain from Nassau in April, but
the Britannia is not due back at
Portsmouth until May 8.
She will then have a month to
prepare for the Royal visit to Ca Ca-nada'for
nada'for Ca-nada'for the opening by Queen E E-lizabeth
lizabeth E-lizabeth II of the St. Lawrence
seaway in JUune.
FLYING BACKWARDS
Amateur mathematicians in Bri

tain are getting caught up in argu

ment over the Royal Air t orce s

new all-weather fighter, the Eng

li.'lh Electric Lightning, which
has just achieved 1,280 mph
twice the speed of sound in
level flight.

If the Lightining could maintain

" t

this speed over the Britannia's
route, she would cover it in little
more than 22 hours, which is faster
than the Earth's rotation. The ques
tion h, when would the pilot find
himself back at yesterday? And
how soon would be qualify for a
glass fibre perambulator?
Forgetting such flights of fan fancy,
cy, fancy, the air news that means much
to the ordinary man is the first
flight this month of the Argosy
Airbus.
Sir Roy Dobson, managing direc directors
tors directors of the Hawker Siddeley group
which sponsores it. has said the

Argosy "ushers in a new era of

"flying without frills".
Powered by four Rolls Royce

Dart engines, this double-decker
Airbus can carry 130 passengers
at 300 mph for less than two cents.

a mile. Or it can take 30 passen

gers and six cars, or the contents

of four six-room houses, or five
truck loads of trops. If has just
been ordered by Royal Air Force
Transport Command.

AIRBORNE CABARET
This remarkabie machine seems
the answer to flyi..g for all at fares
competing with surface travel.
One interested operator already
'imns a prosperous freight service
between Tasmania and the main main-lnad
lnad main-lnad of Australia.
Others attracted by the Airbus
include Jersey Airways, who run
holiday trips between England ad
the Channel Islands (off the coast
of France) in summer, and freight
loads out of the holiday season.
While waiting for holiday time,
we at home are promised flying
thrills on Independent Television
by impresario, Hughie Green, for
me- transatlantic ferry pilot' for
the Royal Canadian Air Force.
Having already serenaded us
from the Atlantic with filmed ca cabaret
baret cabaret shows on a Britannia air airliner
liner airliner and the Canadian Pacific lin liner
er liner Empress of Britain, he plans
something similar on a Comet air airliner
liner airliner crossing Canada from east
to west.

A WARlCAND EXCITIN6;DRAHA t fK
OPENS ON WEDNESDAY AT THE BELLA VISTA!

13-day Thawing Out
Period Ends
For 'Human Icicle'

SAULT STE, MARIE, Mich.

(UPI) William Korpi, the "hu "human
man "human icicle" who spent 19 hours

"frozen stiff" in zero cold weath

er, was back nome on Drum-

mond's Island today after 13 days
of thawing out.
Dr. William, F. Mertaugh( who
treated Korpi, srd. the 54-year
old o u t d 0 0 r laborer appeared
none-the-worse for his exper experience.
ience. experience. The only evidence remain remaining,
ing, remaining, he said, was slight discolora discoloration
tion discoloration of the hands, and the loss of
some, exterior tissue on one finger

of the right hand.

Korpi's only complaint about his
treatment at the hospital was that
the dry-cleaner was late return returning
ing returning his trousers, and that his
room was too expensive.
Korpi was found semi-conscious
and groaning in a snowbank on
Drummond's Island two weeks
ago today. His body was so stiff
that he did not bemi when two
surveyors who found him, lifted
him by shoulders and feet.
Korpi admitted he had been
drinking heavily and three bottles
of liquor found beside him in the
snowbank were almost empty.

South wound up down five

for a 1,400-point loss.

tricks

13

GLENN FORD

Q The bidding has been:
West North East South
1 Double 1 V 1 N.T.
Pass 2 N.T. Pass ?
You, South, hold:
AA4 VJ96 5 K9 8 9654
What do you do?
A Pass. No one likes to stop
at two no-trump, but you Just
can't And any excuse for a fur further
ther further bid with this hand.
TODAY'S QUESTION
Again your partner has
doubled one club snd the next
player has bid one heart. You
hold:
AAK876 V9 7 AQS 9 5 4
What do you do now?
Answer Tomorrow

PLAN OIL PIPELINE
ROME (UPI) Italy has
nounced "Plans to cons'''l",
pipeline system to funnel
imports to Switzerl nd no
port of Genoa. Officials said
day the project will sharply,
duce land shipment costs for
needed by land-locked Swit
land.

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The four-time Academy Award winner,
Joseph L. Makiewicz has done it again. The
writer-producer director of such films as
"Letter To Four Wives" and "The Barefoot
Contessa," has with his production of "The
QUIET AMERICAN" which opens on
Wednesday at your Bella Vista theatre,
through United Artist release, turned out
a film that is replete with everything a good
motion picture should have; warm drama,
high excitement, taut story, fine direction
and top performances.
The drama which Mankiewic adapted
from Graham Greene's bestselling novel has
Audie Murphy in the ttle role. Michael Bed Bed-grave
grave Bed-grave as a cynical British reporter, and a
lovely newcomer, Giorgia Moll, as provoca provocatively
tively provocatively stirring Vietnamese girl who falls in

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The fine French actorr Claude Dauphin
gives a brilliant performance as art, easyV,
going- but perspicacious police officer investl-;
gating a political murder. .X v ;,
Set in war-torn Indo China, THE'
QUIET AMERICAN tells the action-packed
story of a clash of wills between an Ameri American
can American who wants to help the people find free
dom, who looks, upon the American a
helpless blunderer. In trigne, violence' and
murder are interwoven with a tender, bitter-sweet
love story as the adventure of
these three fascinating characters unfolds.
Don't miss this sensational release, which
comes on Wednesday at the Deluxe, BELLA
VISTA Theatre.

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in CINEMASCOPE co-starring
RED BUTTONS
TAINA ELG

DEAN JONES

RED BUTTONS'

FIRST SINCE
HIS ACADEMY

AWARD FOR

"SAYONARA"

INVITE IRISH PRESIDENT
WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi

dent Sean O'Kelly of Ireland has

been invited to visit the United

States later this year, probably

about the time of St. Patrick s
Day, March 17, informed sources

repor.

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"ESCAPADE IN JAPAN"
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"CORONATION OP POPE
JOHN XXIII"

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COCO SOLO Andy Griffith Myron McCormick
2:30 7:00 "NO TIME FOR SERGEANTS"
DIABLO HTS. Alan Ladd Olivia de Havllland
2!30 7:00 "THF PROUD REBEL"
G A M B O A Stewart Granger Barbara Rush
7:00 "HARRY BLACK AND THE TIGER"
In Cinemascope & Color
G A T U N -k Clark Gable Burt Lancaster
2:30 7:00 "RUN SILENT, RUN DEEP"
MARGARITA Clifton Webb Dorothy McGuire
2:30 7:00 "The Remarkable Mr. renny packer"
In Cinemascope & Color
PARAISO -k Henry Fonda Anthony Perkins
7:00 "THE TIN STAR"
SANTA CRUZ Robert Mltchum
7:00 "THUNDER ROAD"

Methodist Bishop

Cautious On Unity
Bid By Pope John
WASHINGTON, UPI) Metho Methodist
dist Methodist Bishop John Wesley Lord of
Boston said Protestants "should
be cautious" about acceptihgany
iiwitation from Pope John XXllI
to take part in an ecumenkw
council; ';h f'V Jt;
He said in a formal statement
yesterday that the Pope's recent
plea for a church unity meeting
appears to have been "directed
p-imarily" to the Eastern Ortho Orthodox
dox Orthodox churches, and there is no in indication
dication indication so it that Protestant
groups will be invited to partici participate.
pate. participate.
Even if they are, Lord said,
they should inquire closely into
the "basic asFumption upon which
the conversations will be initiat

ed."

He said Protestants "must 'as 'assume"
sume" 'assume" until they hear differently
lhat the "one church" the Pope
has in mind "would be the. Ro Roman
man Roman Catholic Church, perhaps
with some minor compromises
and concessions."
The Methodist bishop said .the
chief stumbling block to church
unity is "the fundamental doc doctrine
trine doctrine of the Roman Catholic
church that it is incapable of er

ror in matters ot laitn ana- morals."

"Such a doctrine tends to sanc

tify abuses in the church rather
than to abolish them," he said.
"It is sheer arrogance for any
church to declare that it alone

embodies Chris,ian truth. Consid

eration ov irroiesiani union ira
this asuh:ption amounts to the
betrayal of our Lord."

Rep. O'Hara Insists Negro
Be Page, If Only For A Day,

CAMP BIERD
7:00

k Tyrone Power Marlene Dietrich

"WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION"

Salvation Army

Youth CenterV

Plans 3 Sessions
After a week of camoaign-meel

inss held at Paraiso Corps Youth

Center, three sessions are slated

to bo eld tomorrow the new cen

ter under the title 'Building with
Christ"
Groups of young people are ex expected
pected expected from Colon, Panama Ci City
ty City and Rio Abajo at ages between
13 and 30 Sr. Capatin Lorr&ine
Rhodes the Sectional Youth
Leader announces.
The three meetings Sunday will
.4 1 ft o m1 C mn with

Plan tu iu a. hi. turn u ,F'1W
A 1-c Russell Cloer the main

speaker, supported Dy Mrs. v,nci,
Sr. Captain Rhodes, Major and
Mrs. J. Sundberg.

WASHINGTON (UPI)-A con con-gressman
gressman con-gressman vowed' yesterday a fight
to the finish to make 14-year-old
Jimmy Johnson the only Negro
page in the House of Representa Representatives
tives Representatives ven., if; only for a day. ";
The. pledge wa3 made by Rep.
Ilarrak O'Hara (D-Ill.), the center
of a patronage mix-up which saw
Jimmy show up lrom Chicago for
a page appointment which wasn't
available.
The 76-year-o! congressmen, a
veteran of the Spanish-American
War, said he had "fought all my
life" and would "not stand by and
see this fine boy go home with a

broken heart.
"Regardless of the conse consequences,"
quences," consequences," he added firnijy.
The Chicago congressman said
that before jimmy's plight got so
much public attention he had as

surances" the youth would get an

$l,800-a-year Job as a House page

wi'hin a few days or by March 1
at the latest."

But Chairman Francis E. Wal

ter (D-Pa.) of the Democratic
patronage committee, told,, news

men he had informed O Hara that

there was no. job for Jimmy and

the boy should not have come to
Vashington.

O'Hara, who conceded his fight

might be difficult; sad he'mlghi

i.n hh 11 f iiim nr m 1 na ma id Tiruw

next week, He described, ij as a
"sad misunderstanding,";,', caused
,4 "?iftqil,enc,e,!i f; unfprtutwtf
m)surMertandings.r" ... , ,, .,1
"The deceit thln to A" it
said, "would be to" make Jimmy
a page if a "page just for a day.'.'
O'Hara said there was no indf.
cation that southern lawmakers
were trying tp block the appoint,
ment. . ..
But Jimmy said: "Tho southern
Democrats are against ihe." ...
There currently are no Negro
pages on either the Senate or
House side of the Caoitol anJ of officials
ficials officials believed that Jimmy wouli
ba the first if he ever ge his
appointment. However, Capitol
records on tho matter -werer not
complete.

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ICXDAYjTEBRtJART'lj' 1959
TBI 8UNDAT AMERICAN
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Sashcord, Tape Found At New

Wtiys'&esptte Otipd&t ion
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ATLANTAUPD-You hear on
mrjr aid in the South today the
flat I and 'uncompromijing point
that: tola region, will never inte integrate
grate integrate .Negroes and whites. 1 -.
f The,.;White;ijrtand is that the
South not only will not in integrate;
tegrate; integrate; "but by tradition, culture
and decades of custom, the South'
cannot integrate. ".
And yet on every "side in- var var-urns
urns var-urns ways and in individual in in-stances,
stances, in-stances, the South is ia ,act
Integrating. .-
. The schools of Ncmolk Virgin Virgin-fa'
fa' Virgin-fa' largest city, and .three other
communities in the, state appar apparently
ently apparently are feoing jto admit-' jmall

morning after, collapse, of the
"massive resistance' laws which
closed nine .schools serving 13.000

.students, .-; U'--." v
Atlanta, the South's great met metropolis,
ropolis, metropolis, has just quietly accepted
the desegregaUota ef Negroes on
Hultrollev svstem. There has nnt

been" en incident; over tt. Thirty-

lour ouiersouxnera cities now
have integrated buses, including
Little Rock New Orleans, Miami,
Nashville, Richmond, Ohatta Ohatta-nooea.
nooea. Ohatta-nooea. DaHas. Raleieh and Char

ter

ioiie.

MIXED CLASSROOMS
On the border states. more

than a quarter-million Negro chil

dren ? are .-now '- going to public
schools with whites. There are

10,000 more In white classes in
Texas. North Carolina has token

integration. t
Alabama. Florida. vGeoreia.

Louisiana, Mississippi, South Car Carolina
olina Carolina and Virginia up to sow sow-are
are sow-are segregated at- public school

levels and most of those states

have authorized the governor tc

close any school faced with in
tfirration.

Rut the wedge haa been nnanut

on tne college level in three of
them Louisiana, Virginia and
Florida.

Just otside Montgomery. Ala..

uie nrsi captiai ot me Uonieder Uonieder-acy,
acy, Uonieder-acy, a state circuit judge went

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LABORATORY TECHNIQUES of Sfc. David D. Martinez are watch watched
ed watched bythe hew U.S. Army Caribbean chief surgeon. Col. Homan E.
Leech, and Capt. .tseph John, dispensary commanding officer,
during Leech's orientation tour through the Fort Clayton dispen dispen-sray.
sray. dispen-sray. v (U.S. Army Photo)

Veteran Diver Admits He Prayed

After Rescue From Under Water

4 L X

p. CHICAGO UPlj-Veferan diver

-Frank (Lucky) Hefline. 55. man

aged a weak smile following his

dramatic rescue irom a painful
trap "75 feet under icy ater
trap 75 feet under icy water last
Bignt and said "I prayed."
Hefling wa freed by two fellow
divers and hauled t;o the surface
after more thair'fiv; ahd'one ahd'one-half'hoiif
half'hoiif ahd'one-half'hoiif ordeal in a tuhnel' shaft
J60; feet below ground oh Chica

go's South Side.
'.
The Tiusky Hefjihg, who learned
his skills as- a Navy diver during

World War II, was reported in

"pretty good" condition at South
Shore Hospital.
Thousands ot persons hunried
about their business long the
streets of he busy South Side
rea, unaware of the life and and-death
death and-death struggle going on in the
water tame! beneath their feet:
Hefling went down the shaft
yesterday morning for the "rou "routine"
tine" "routine" job of repairing cracks in
large Water gate separating two
tunneK.,First nis fight ism (be (be-cam
cam (be-cam -pinned in the gate by the
waiter suction. He fireed the arm
after about three -hours only to
have his leg. jam under the. gate,
traipping huh .in. a painfully
cramped position.
In addition, a sleeve of his div diving
ing diving suit ripped, and 40 degree
water filed the suit to his chin.

"'I realized this, was one time
in my life when I didn't know how
I was going to come up," Hef Hefling
ling Hefling said later. "I could have

drowned in my own suit. But I

Was able to keep the water next
to me below mv chin."

Hefling managed to maintain
telephope communications with
his rew overhead and two pther

uiveis, man. ivieicer, 01, auu bea bea-llA
llA bea-llA lTliafthor 90 ora ennf' in hie

aid when it became apparent he

couia not iree nnimseii.
The divers lacked oren the

tsate and Hefline mulled hi le?

clear at 4:46 p.m., 5 hours and

36 minutes after he first be became
came became caught and more thah six
hours flftpji- hp hari Antnrt tho

shaft.

Thm niSffeH divpr InViKoH

"Lucky" by fellow, workmen after
several nrevinns tnrgna: mi

brought up slowly in a "bucket"
in Order to avoid Hia Han per nf

bends, severe cramps caused by
sudden changes in pressure.

FOOD POISONS 20

NEW YORK rtTPTV-Srtm. on

students at exclusive Finch College

for Women became ill from food

poisoning yesterday, apparently

from contaminated tuna fish sal salad.
ad. salad. Eight girls were kept in the
infirm arv hut nnne urac nneirl.

ered in serious condition.

In Virginia Side

With Almond's Plan

RICHMOND, 18., Jan, 31 r-

(UPI) Virginia's general a,ssem-
hlv annarpnHw nnahln tn onme nn

with a "satisfactory plan to block
token race mixing Monday, was
ready, today to give final approv-
ni n .... t t a l. i

new anti-integration program.
Almond's basic proposal to the
special session was a $250 annual
tition grant fdr students wh o
would choose private classrooms

over integrated schools.
SMinnls in Nnrfnltr ind Arlintf.

ton are scheduled to desegregate

Monday anri a riiphard ceffrecm

tionist bloc of legislators discuss
ed 'scores, of ideas in a last min.

ute bid to assure continued segre

gation.

A few were nresented to i the

essembly. including new bills to

permit the governor to c 1 o se

schools he deems "inefficienfand

another empowering the governor

ana me siaie ooara oi education

to distribute school funds af their

discretion.

Another "last resort" measure

would segregate students bv se.

It's proponents contended schools
such as Arlington and Norfolk

could close while they were "re

organized" to provide separate
clasrooms for toys and girls.

Almonrl w rennrteri In hovs

Lturned a cool shoulder to. all the

uesperauon oias, suciung By nis

stop gap program which also in

elude repeal of the compulsory

scnooi attendance law. This would
orevent forcin" students to at attend
tend attend the integrated classes.

Mikoyan Sends Gift
Of Gold Walch
To Airline Pilot
MOSCOW, Jan.. 31 (UPI) The
pilot of the Scandinavian airliner
that developed engine trouble
while Soviet First Deputy P.,nier
Anastas I. Mikoyan was aooard

received a gold watch from Mi Mikoyan
koyan Mikoyan yesterday.
Pilot Karl Arne Shultzbere was

greeted at Moscow Airport by a
Miknvan aide who also was a-

board the airliner when it was
forced to make an emergency
landing at Argentina, Nfld. on

Jan. 20. Mikoyan and his party
were returning to Russia from his

American tour.,

The aide said Mikoyar was bu busy
sy busy at the 21st congress of the Rus-

Bian Loramumsi ra iy, uui ue
wanted Shultzberg to have the

watch. Inscribed on the back of

the gift, in Engish, was:
"To brave pilot Mr. K. Shultz

berg, A. Mikoyan."

through the motions of keeping

voter registration records in two

neavy xsegro counties from Pres

ideht Eisenhower's new Civil
Rights Commission. tt tnrnri

them over instead to county grand

juries, out tnose bodies promptly
made the records available to the

leaerai investigators

Sen. Lyndon Johnson's nroDnsal

for some sort of "mediation

hoard nn eprafffltlnn rliermtAs

eviaence mat uie very top south

ci a uriuucriuc leaaersmp leeis
the South must take some new

positive approach to the prob

terns.
CITY MUST ACT
V f Ait ..

idiue kock nas become a svm

bol of the South's determination

to snut the schools if it is neces

sary. But ,the city's new school
board is now fared with foWt.t

order to proceed with the re-open
ing of controversial Contra Uiah

- r

ocnooi ana to admit some n.

groes. It is noteworthy that half

a dozen other Arkansas commu

mues nave integration.

A factor nf

vuiuA OlKIIlll

CailCe IS thf Pmwino mnmanfitm

- O illvHIUllVU III
Of tllOfiP mnnprnto tnnfkAfn

-- uwumi,! u iui

wno are not willing to nav the

price of a complete shutdown -of

tne public schools. They are
prominent here in Atlanta where

signs can be seen on automobiles,

re want uur Fublic Schools.'
It 1S not a OllPstinn nt snHtham

er going Over to the aide nt Info

grauon. Foils have shown that six

put or seven whites are against it

BUt tne.V are frnstrntorl nH i.

traught at the endless skirmishing

uu maneuvering and employment

ui suoienuge to get around it

It dominates almnsf

versation. Thprp In Tin nitoef ivn nt

-" w fuiOMVi VA

souinerners not want.mcr n toiL-

With the Outsider shnnt it Tt J

11. AliOtC d U

iney are movingly eager to get

ineir point oi view across. There

is reason to believe they are mak
mg headwav in convinrinw nnrth

erners that this matter of proceed

? at aeiiDerate speed' means
integration should be going more
slowly than it is.

The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther

nong, p r o d a o I y the foremost

sposesman lor tne Negro integpi

nuii iuhc, sees Ganger in tnis.

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"Gradualism in the white Smith

means never." he avs "forfait,

ly the process of Negro equality

IS going to take time W Ai

think that integration is going to

cum tomorrow, certainly there
are cultural and educational lags

on the Negro's Dart in a numw

oi areas in the South.

But the 'southern' nrhlfoa AH

T .. . n (J iii t

want it to come gradually why,
the Little Rnrlr ntan 11

take 10 to 12 years. It was the
epitome of gradualism.'
It Wll intorecf inrr in nt- iu.

impact made in the South by Sen

nciman i a i m a a g e s proposed
amendment to th ir e

tlon. It would friirn nvir

tration of public schools exclusive exclusively
ly exclusively to the states and their uhriiu.

sions.
"He fTalmartffAl

,. 1 ft v. ii i. a ill t7 me

tirst weep south senator or con

gressman publicly to state the

supreme court decision on the

SCHOOLS 1.1 an irMmnli.h.J .

which will remain so until it ei
ther is reversed by the court it

sen or nullified or modified by

we congress or tne people.
"It cuts through the hypocrisy

ui vunucs in me Deep South.

KOOa V9 ner pent nf c..ui.

political leadership has all along

.uiiuiicu mat me court's action
was constitutionally valid. They
have sa'id. Drivateiv 1, .:.

it is inevitable that the hni.

pviiuuia

is taken But publicly they have

. ---- me uaicrs

tne minds which think in terms

oi oomDing cnurcnes and schools
by the most outrageous vilifica
t'on and denials of court author
ity and law."

YmmcA J

rTm-Aruv' TrPT a k. She was divorced" from Petros

sash cord andUne. found Vt carried

scene of a burglary and shootine lnnsiMaIOS September, 1958.

here Sunday, may lead to the so solution
lution solution of a dnuhle murder in

Clarksburg. W. Va.,' nearly four

years ago, police disclosed yesterday.

The pnrri enH tan' were fnnnH

in an apartment where Nick Pe

tros, at, an ex-convict wno served
time for killing a Chicago police

man, and his companion, Clem
Pakaris, 28, were shot

Lt. James McMahon of the no-

lice homicide squad recalled that
Clarksburg, W. ,Va., authorities

had, nearly four years aeo. out

out a circular saying that sash
cord and tape, used to bind one

of the victims, were found in the
home of Dr. Carl Laughlin,
Clarksburg, when Ms wife Fran

ces, 44, and her maid, Mrs. Joan

Bland, 31, were discovered shot

to death. Mrs. Bland had heen

tied up before she was killed.

Petros and Pakaris alreaHv

were in custody here. They were
shot bv Eueene Chrisitnfalnx 98

who is married to Cora, 30, for

mer Wife Of Peteos. When Chris.

tofalos and his wife came home

Sundav thev found Petrna and P.

karis waiting for them. Petros

said he was enmu tn kill rnm

She iumneH from a thirri fnnr

I window and Christofalos shot both

men.

Thev nrevioilslv had hurcrlariTerl

the apartment, and had returned,

Dnnging me Dag of cord.
McMahon informed Clarksburg
authorities nf hia ri ifipnverv ttrtA

four West Virginia officers came
here to question Mrs. Christofalos
and Petros. Petros refused to
talk.

But MrS. Christofalos Chinaem

police revealed, told a detailed
story to the Clarksburg and Chi Chicago
cago Chicago authorities.

Petros at the time nf her mar

riage to him was a gambler, she

said, and at the time of the

L,augnnn slaying they were living
in a Clarksbure hotel.

She said Petrna fnM h

-' viia i
he and a "fiuv named .Tne

whose full name she did not re remember,
member, remember, had been "casing" the
home nf an nrt.hnnVnticf mill. u

idea of burglarizing it.

Mrs. Chri.stnfalns caiit hor k...

band told her the alinmnt ,-,-

made, and when Petros and

Joe returned. Petrn tnin hor

we had to kill 'em Uov

sisted." She said he told her that
Mrs. Laughlin was killed because
she fought and that Mrs. Bland

was tied up and then killed h

shot fired throueh a nill

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Eisenhower Asks
Breakfast Buddies
For Budget Thrift
WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi President
dent President Eisenhower urged key House
Republicans todav tn work harrinr

to hold the Hue in Congress ior

nis Daiancea Duqget.
But he conceded the nrnhahilH

that the Democratic rnntrnliprt

Congress will vote to apend more

man me 77 Diuion dollars he re re-cbmmended
cbmmended re-cbmmended in the next fiscal
year.
Budtret talk dnmina.terl tha Pre.

sident's second successive break breakfast
fast breakfast with GOP leaders. Today's

guests were floor leaders and
ranking Republican members of
committees of the House.
The Party's House leader Ron

Charles A. WnlWlr nf Inrii ana

said there was unanimity that1 the

nepuDiicans' "no. l objective" in
the money battle would be holding
the line on the President' nr.

cariously balanced budget.
Another prominent guest, who
preferred to remain anonymous.

said the chief executive talked

more about the need for holdine

down federal expenditures than
any other subject.
This member quoted Eisenhower
a navinff unleaa.a tioht tnaAa

to hold expenditures' Id line with
income, thu ovfrnmnt xinll anH

up with another serious deficit.
Halleck and Rep. Leo E. Allen,
ranking Republican on the Rules
Committee, said there also "was
renewed talk of a possible tax
cut eventually if the budget is
balanced.
"Thrift and frugality -that was
the note of the imeetihg Allen

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AT COCKTAIL PARTY FOR DISTINGUISHED VISITOR
' J. Paul Sidebotham, manager of the First National Cit yBank of
New York ir. Panama, and Mrs. Sidebotham entertained Friday
evening in tee Washington Salon of the Panama Hilton Hotel in hon honor
or honor of George E. Moore, execut.' vice president of the bank.
Invitations to the cocktail party were ilssued to a select group
of friends.

Atlantic Camera Club
Plant Picnic Outing
Members of the Atlantic Came Camera
ra Camera Club will1 have a picnic and picture-taking
outing Saturday, Feb February
ruary February 14, at Summit Gardens. A
guided tour of the gardens is
planned for 8:45 a.m.
' Members should bring their own
lunch for the picnic at noon,
i The next club competition for
.color pictures will be devoted to
;the subject of children.
The meeting originally scheduled
for Monday has been cancelled for
the picnic.
Clayton '0' W ves
To Have Luncheon
The next meeting of the Fort
Clayton Officers' Wives Club will
be a luncheon Tuesday at the Fort
Clayton Officers' Club. Mrs. A.
E. Bonniwell is chairman of the
jneeting.
A Valentines theme will be used.
-Mrs. Carleton G. Shead of Quarry
Heights will demonstrate how to
make corsages from native or orchids.
chids. orchids. ; All members are urged to at attend
tend attend with guests. Reservations
should be made by Monday noon
with Mrs. Robert Taylor, 87-2182.
Study Group To Meet
With Mrs. Paolucri
The Wednesday Morning Study
Group of the Canal Zone College
Club will meet Wednesday mor

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Hagerty Inspects
Site Of Ike-Lopez
Mateos Meet
MEXICO CITY, Jan. 31 (UPI)
President Eisenhower's press se secretary
cretary secretary James Hageirty inspected
the site today of the forthcoming
Eisenhower meeting with President
Adolfo Lopez J'. teos at Acapulco.
Hagerty flew to the Pacific port
last night after ironing out the
final details of the informal confer conference
ence conference with foreign Minister Manuel
Tello. It was believed the meeting,
scheduled for Fb. 19-22, would be
held in one of Acapulco's most
exclusive hotels, a waterfront re resort
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Meeting

Buccaneer Flyer
The Buccaneer Flying Club of
Fort Koobe will have a -monthly
meeting Monday evening at 7:30
at Hangar Four, Fort Kobbe.
Conversation Club
The Canal Zone Spanish Conver
sauon Cluu will hold its weekly
meet.ng Wednesday at 7:30 at the
Quarry Heights Officers' Club.
bports shirts or other informal at at-tire
tire at-tire will be the appropriate dress
Instructions in the tamborito and
other Panamanian dances also
will be offered to members.
Diablo Heights PTA
The D.ablo Heights Parent Teach
er Association will meet Tuesday
evening at 7:30 at the Diablo
school gym.
Topic for the evening will be
Children s Health", and three sne
cialists from Gorgas Hospital will
give brief talk son the subject. A
question and answer period will
follow the speakers.
An informal social period with
refreshments will close the meet meeting.
ing. meeting. 'Murder In Cold
Blood' Charges
To Be Heard At UN
UNITED NATIONS. N.Y. (UPI)
The United Nations Security
r.nnnril meat tndav to lnvestl-
irat a chare of "murder in cold
blood" hurled at the United Arab
Republic by Israel.
Israeli Ambassador Abba S.
ffbsn made the charee in a letter
Monday to Tunisian Ambassador
Mongi Slim, Security Council
chairman for January, in which
he also cited seven other acts of
aggression" by U.A.R. troops in
Syria.
Slim scheduled today's meeting
for late in the afternoon so as not
to conflict with the U. N. visit of
President Arturo Frondizi of Ar
gentina. Frondizi will be given a
guided tour of the building oy bee bee-retarv
retarv bee-retarv General Dag Hammar-
skjold and be guest of honor at
a luncheon in the Security Coun
cil lounge. n
Eban's chief charge was that
U.A.R. soldiers in Syria opened
fire on two Israeli sheoherds in
Galilee last Friday and killed one
of them. He said the shepherds
were on "their usual grazing
ground situated inside Israel."
The Israeli delegate also listed
seven other alleged acts of ag
gression by U.A.R. troops which
he said happened since the coun council
cil council last considered the Israeli-
Syrian border situation Dec. 15,

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Mitt Midnight's Notebook: The
Gary Coopers cooled daughter
Maria's romance with Tab Hunt-
o hu rmnuin her bam tbo

scene of action. They toted her
off to a Sun Valley vacuum, Dop Doping
ing Doping sepr4tion won't make hur
heart ortrai fnnder...The Duchess
of Aiba-Cova movie, as interpret-
. . i a in
ed by Ava uaraner ana iony
Franciosa, is being shown in Ita Italian
lian Italian xinmse unit rppeivinB the
kind of notices that make produc
ers cringe.
Several of Fidel Castro's offi offi-ficers
ficers offi-ficers now in New York, and all
ITnalieh.anaaV ns wpr offered to
the top TV variety shows, but
rkafA lira nn ca Ip The phaoa who
run the programs decided Castro
aides didn t gune come unuer mc
heading of variety entertainment
noAfoo Hoianrhinp me iameu
choreographer, is making a quick
recovery at Doctors Hospital. He
tunn't ranuiro inrEerV after all ...
va Wvnn whose video series left
the air recently, remains optimis optimistic
tic optimistic about his future in the med medium.
ium. medium. He'd like to try it again if
someone could come up with a
good idea for a format.
Martha Raye is feeling on. top
f th ii;nriH a ua in She's doin
ul lu ... tvsi.u e
the town wearing a new chincni chincni-Ua
Ua chincni-Ua coat (estimated price tag, $28,-
000) which was a present to Mar Mar-th
th Mar-th fmm Martha... Young singer
Tina Robin flew in from Boston
the other day to audition for a
role in "Gypsy," arrived at me
thaatf at what IttlA thOUSht WJS
the specified time and discover
ed there was a aancers iuuhwu
going on. She couldn't find any any-...
... any-... fonnanWeA hpr nr knew
her story, and got the "Look, kid.
dance or stop wasting our umv
type of reception.
Iwi. nv'. not film. "It Han-
pened to Jane," will bring her
almost a million aouars on a cu cu-production
production cu-production deal...Even the cops
An'l tioura nut tha ciffn on that
automobile frequently parked in
front of the Waldorf. It reads:
"Official Car Member of the
Old Guard."
Acapulco is the scene of what
might- be considered the perfect
rnfflin' TorlHv Stauffer. ex-bus-
band of Hedy Lamarr,' and Pat
Gaston, ex-wife ot Tommy .Man .Man-ville,
ville, .Man-ville, are the principals ... Peter
TnumcsTiH i aHitinff pvprv inch of
the travel film starring hlm. He
wants to make sure notning in it
appears to exploit nis personal
life. .
When Bobby Short opens at me
Weylin, Feb. '3, he'll delight the
aficionados by reviving an old,
nlH Truinff Rrlin snnff titled "The
Teddy Bear" circa 1917, and a
hoot. It features the socially pro
minent names oi mat era .
TTrionHt hour that inst before his
death Cecil B. DeMille was slap
ped wim a spectacularly large
back income tax rap.
Dore senary, wnose xaients are
nWinff rpnrnp nlanx tn
write, direct and produce his next
mntinn niptnrp Miltnn Rerln. who
certainly knows how, is coaching
. : a. i a.
Kooert wagner in me an oi
stand-up comedy delivery for the
vnunc artnr'a nrntraval of a KOnS-
dance-and-funny-patter man in an
upcoming mcKer.
Billy Daniels is in town to see,
aftniit norciiaHinir tha nnlifx da.
partment to re-issue his cabaret
card, which is absolutely necessa necessary
ry necessary to work in any Manhattan
night club. Billy "blew it" when
he became involved in a shooting
i J i. 11 1 U ....
inciaeni in a naiieni puu a cuu cuu-ple
ple cuu-ple of years ago.. .Many big name
Wannh fttore ara Aarninff tram.
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jaunts in me desert regions ot the
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Pleasure ouogry pu tenia iej wao
tiy the stars trom faris ana back.
They pay what amounts to $25, $25,-000
000 $25,-000 in U.S. money for each jun junket.
ket. junket. Mort Farber, a lawyer promi prominent
nent prominent in show biz circles, is form forming
ing forming a syndicate of three of his
money-making clients Johnny
Math.s, Tony Bennett and George
DeWitt to buy controlling inter interests
ests interests in several major Las Vegas
properties. It'll make big news
in the trade.. .Greer Garson cut a
record album for children the oth other
er other day.
Songbird Rosette Shaw ensineer-
l ed her release from Don Rickles
in Miami Beach so she could
form a team with her stepbroth stepbrother
er stepbrother Buddy Rich, these who've
seen rehearsals of the new rou routine
tine routine say it may -well click in the
Louis Prima-Keely Smith manner
...Film director Michael Curtiz
yearns to star Ingrid Bergman as
a sophisticated comedienne in a
television series with a French
Riviera locale.
Vincent Lopez, the bandleader
whose avocation is numerology.
nas come up with his Dig political
prediction: He sees President Ei
senhower resigning in 1959. with
Vice President Nixon succeeding
him but remaining in office only
until 1950, when the nation will
have a Democratic President a-
gain. Lopez's juggling of the num numbers
bers numbers indicates that Adlai Steven Stevenson
son Stevenson will be the next man in the
White House.
AWOL Hitchhiking
Sailors Confess
Slaying Car Owner
HOBBS, N. M. (UPI) FBIn
aeents said today one of two
AWOL sailors held on the Dyer
Act had admitted suffocating a
Mississippi man who gave them a
ride to Livingston, Ala.
George. Eld or as Blauvelt, 20,
Canadaigua, N.C., signed a state statement
ment statement admitting he smothered
Wilham G. Shirley of Meridian,
Miss., in a hotel room the three
rented early in the morning of
Jan. 11.
FBI agents quoted Blauvelt as
saying he and James Henning
Parkerson, 19, Rockmart, i Ga.,
then stuffed Shirley s, body in uie
trunk of his own cat1 .and drove
to Rockmart, Ga., Parkerson's
home town.
The night of Jan. 11, according
to FBI agents, the two sailors took
Shirley's body to Blue Hole Lake
in the country near Rockmart,
and, tried to weight it down with
rocks,
According to the signed state statement,
ment, statement, Shirley's body wouldn't stay
down, so the two merely dumped
it in the lake.
Agents said both men reported
it sank, and said officials in
Georgia had begun looking for the
corpse early today.
After that, the statement said,
the AWOL Navy men drove to
Parkerson's home again, then to
Blauvel't's New York Home. There
they bought license plates and
swapped them with Shirley's auto
tags..
They were arrested here and
charged yesterday with interstate
transforation of a stolen vehicle
(Dyer Act).
At first they denied knowing
anything about Shirley's where whereabouts,
abouts, whereabouts, but Blauvelt broke down
under questioning early this morn morning.
ing. morning. Authorities said the men had
been using the slain victim's gaso gasoline
line gasoline credit card to finance their
cross-country trips.
The FBI said homicide charges
would be up to Alabama authori authorities.
ties. authorities. They said the Dyer Act vio violation
lation violation was the only federal charge
against the two.
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ONE OF THE CLASSROOMS In the new elementary whool at Coed Solo Is Inspected by" mem members
bers members of the Panama Canal board of dlrectori who were accompanied by Oov. W. E. Potter and
Lt. Col. Robert D. Brown, Engineering and Construction Director. Froni left to right are U
rectors Odgen R. Reid, Ralph H. Cake; and John W. Martyn; Brown, Pottef, George H. Rode Roderick,
rick, Roderick, assistant secretary of the Army and chairman of the board: and Robert p.

Tiger, Tiger;
Burning Bright
By CLAIRE WHITE
GrVetine and aalutations tn all
you good people. Flash!, Our pfayj
"Inside Lester has been postpon postponed
ed postponed until Thursday night, ut 8
p.m.. One of our leading ladies,
Marguerite Engelke, has broken
out with 'those fateful red spots
known as measles. This gives us
a few more hours of grueling
practice so we should really be in
tip-top shape for the periorman periorman-ce.
ce. periorman-ce. Let's hope each one of you will
be there for an evening of laughs
with some gbod acting throwo in.
The Nurse's Aid Club at CHS
was fortunate in having Dr. Bruno
Eisen of the Coco Solo Ho3pital
speak in general on the field of
nursing. He spoke .Jan. 22. This is
an active club, at CHS and it trains
gins w wui n ao aiuca 01 111c lwlv
solo Hosp.tai during the summer
The officers of the club are: pre
sident, Esther Miller; first vice vice-president,
president, vice-president, Jean Seaman; second
vice-president, Mary Louise
Washabaugh,.. secretary, Judy
Grufon, treasurer, Carol Seaman,
and historian, Betty Limkemann.
ineir able sponsor is Miss McLm McLm-ans.
ans. McLm-ans. They have manned a field
trip to Corozal llbspltar for
March 7. n ,
Senior name cards arrived at
CHS Jan. 20. Ever since little
white cards have been seen flash flashing
ing flashing around the school at every
turn;
Excitement is building up little
by little among toe seniors in an anticipation
ticipation anticipation of graduation. Tassels
for graduation bae. already betn
ordered.
As this will be the last class to
graduate from the Present Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal High School Auditorium it will
be a doubly important moment for
the class of '59. 1 here will be 67
graduating seniors now that Terry
Williford has returned to comple complete
te complete his senior year.
The freshmen at CHS have been
as beavers lately working on their
assembly which is to be held Feb.
25. They have an active class
wich should certainly make its
mark somewhhere. Most classes
do and I'm sure they will be no
exception.
The freshman class sponsor is
Miss Margaret Gately and the
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KON COMMUTER
NEW YORK (UPI)-Gov. Nel Nelson
son Nelson A. Rockefeller Thursday
named financier Robert W. Pur Pur-cell
cell Pur-cell as special consultant to deal
with problems of commuters who

come into the city to work by
tra'.n, bus and car.
Purcell, a resident of Park Ave Avenue,
nue, Avenue, walks to and from work ev every
ery every day 24 blocks each way.
class officers are: president, John
Wainla; vice-president, Ronald
Chan and secretary-treasurer, Col Colleen
leen Colleen La wson.
The Coco Solo Teenage Club held
an election of officers recently.
The officers newly elected are:
president, Bob Irwin, vice-president.
Joe Lorenzo, second vice-
president, Darce Haiise, secretary,
Gmny Favorite, ana treasurer,
Leila Leon.
Our Coco Solo Teenage Club is
an active club on this side of the
Isthmus and a great majority jf
the students of CHS are members.
Good luck to tf 3 new officers.
The CHS yearbrook, "Tae Carib
bean" was mnilct to vthe United
States last Wednesday; We are
honing to recei' e the books at the
end of May.
Tho- in the journalism class
have been working like demons
ever since schoil began. There
were seven people taking journal journal-Ism
Ism journal-Ism first semester; Sandy Chester
Nancy Gibson,' Martha Johnson,
Rita Engelke; Randy Alberga,
Bob Balir and Bill Hogan.
Journalism has two additions
for second ielheater Thev.are JSon
ala Frankel and Bill Hayes. Bill
.HdgaB; is the only-cne dfflPftwg
journalism I second se mester.
Thanks so much to all of you kids,
Mr. Saur. your teacher, and keep
up the good work.
Crash! It's strikel CHS met
Balboa and Junior Balboa College
In a Bowling Tournament Jan.
22. We came out on top. The girls'
score was 1771 and 'he boys' score
was 2187. Nice rolling everyone
and better luck next time Balboa
and Junior College.
Time to go again. sp with this
little reminder, "A little learning
is a dangerous thing." Bye now!
REMOVES TELEPHONES
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (UPI) -Gov.
John Patterson Thursday or ordered
dered ordered removal of 9 of the 15 tele telephones
phones telephones in the executive mansion
when he discovered his 5-year-old
daughter talking, to her .9-year-old
brother in the next room.
"This encourages- laziness,' he
said.

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Br A RETTlNCER f
Now is the t.me. What llirie?
Why, Carnival, of course, What
else? The time when contained
people become uninhibited and un uninhibited
inhibited uninhibited people, become even
more uninhibited.
Last year some of the high
scaooi students couldn't go to
the carnival, so they brougnt the
c... ai to taern, 'iney ouried their
own fish and made their own mu music.
sic. music. Human directness and not
wanting to be left out of the fun.
Around the mold-covered .iialis
of BHS, everyone is getting ready
ior the annual v.sit of st. Valen Valentine
tine Valentine and with him, cupid. Dear Da Daniel
niel Daniel Cupid. The halls are filled
with boys in little clusters trying
to muster up the courage to ask
a certain girl to -the "Sweethearts
A'Oiever" Valentine ftanec. The
g.rls, likewise are in little bun bunches
ches bunches in the halls. But they're 'ay 'ay-ing
ing 'ay-ing odds as to how loDg it takes
Jimmy or Joe to ask, them, decid deciding
ing deciding woicn formal to wenr, and
talking about the best ,way to get
tueir iolks to buy them a hew pair
of heels. The Valentine. Dujoce ; will
be held, at the Army, Navy at Ft.
Amador ; on Feb. 13 from S. p.m.
to muliitfnCAnd, guess who w 11
be there; The. incomparable. Xu-
Another aspect of the advent c,f
St., Valentine is the r.ii'ing of i..e
showcases. About next week, soma
time they will be judged, as to or originality,
iginality, originality, neatness, and. prompt promptness..
ness.. promptness.. I shan't say anything more,
seeing as I was on one of the com com-m.ttees.
m.ttees. com-m.ttees. All the eager girls who applied
for. the Caribbe in Gils' State will
be glad to know that those who
were selected willybe notified this
week sometime.
A last-minute, reminder to you
boys who have never seen gins
plan basketball. You don't know
what you're missing., These fe female
male female terrors of the court play
every Monday and .Tuesday, for
"A" League and Wednesday and
Thursday for "B" League. Drop in
give the girls a word.o encourage encouragement
ment encouragement sometime. They needed it.
Well that's all about the news of
Balboa. Hi. A last word before I
leave you: Smile, Late; you
won't feel like it,
DOOilet
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In madium
and aoonomy
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QUEEN CANDIDATES Canuiuates m the Carnival jueen contest being sponsored by the Club
Nacionai CJ3.C. were photograpnea last week following the tally or vows wnlcn-saw Miss Shir Shirley
ley Shirley Abrahams (Morton' Whiskey) take th lead with a total of 8775 votes. Shown above are:
(I. to r.) Clara Johnson (Castle Club). Nldia CampbelU (Agewood), Gloria Nelson (Ron Cor-tez)-
Merle Lawrence (Imperial Vodka), Miss Abrahams, Ester Jordan (Royal Mounted) and
Glastoa Guardla (Corrington's). The final count of votes will be held tomorrow night at the
National IMstlllers bohlo, with the coronation of the winner scheduled for Feb. 7.
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Southern Integration Stru ggle Mushrooms
With Legal Maneuvers; P ossible Violence

' ATl5lNTA CUPI) Where does
the South go from here in iU
struggle over 'Integration of Ne Negroes
groes Negroes and whites?
Anyone who could answer that
question? successfully could be
sure right now that his statue
would go up in town squares be beside
side beside Jefferson Davis.
In the pis 10 days, I have
talked with many southerners In
Virginia, Alabama and Georgia Georgia-Judges,
Judges, Georgia-Judges, businessmen, house housewives,
wives, housewives, politicians, newspapermen,
Negro ministers, salesmen, teach teachers,,
ers,, teachers,, filling station operators.
The 'picture the outsider gets
Is that the Deep South will go on
fighting integration with a series
of legal maneuvers, school clos closings,
ings, closings, makeshift private educat on
and occasional violence by the
extremistsr1; These tactics are re repugnant
pugnant repugnant to many southerners, but
' they have found no alternative.
On the other hand, the Negroes,
through the NAACP and with the
backing of the federal govern government,"
ment," government," will f ress' even harder, not
only on Integrating schools but-al-
n Kfoetrn vntinp and in end
, to discrimination -n the parks.

swimming poolt.'estaurants and
lb;hf public-places? lM '
It could be another tragic year
of dissension, possibly even sur sur-.
. sur-. passing the summoning of feder feder-al
al feder-al troops to v Little '.Rock,
Atlanta itself has a case pend pending
ing pending that may make Ittle Rock
seem small potatoes, indeed.
A federal court will hear early
this year a suit demanding that
segregation be ended in Atlan Atlanta's'
ta's' Atlanta's' entire public school system
quite different from the token
and gradual integration started in
Little Rock's Central High School.
It is expected the Atlanta, suH
will reach the U.S. Supreme Court
for decision before next Septem September's
ber's September's school openings, and there there--
- there-- by pose the biggest test the
South has had yet. s"
The "nation'tomorrow will get en en-other
other en-other look at how the South is
going to accept forcible Integra-
. tion when Negroes enter white
achools in. "three .Virginia com communities.
munities. communities. The state's largest city,
Norfolk, is the spot to watch.
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High School Soph
Rubs Out Family
In Grudge kiUing
A&8UMC $Uri(tJPI1-A 'high 'high-ichool
ichool 'high-ichool sophomore who nured
grudges against his family shot
and killed his J father; mother,
brother and sister, "Police said he
eonfessed. to the' staying early

i today, w.-i .'t--jk v. ;f
' John 1 Jayne, 18-year-old .form-
boy,, apparently shot each of them
twicethe second shot i kind of
. coup de-grace... .. :
"I didn't "want toAee them suf suffer,"
fer," suffer," he told police. v
Jayne showed no. remorse, po police
lice police said, and matter-of-factly told
1 how he came home fromMoravia
1 High School on the l)us .Wednes .Wednes-i
i .Wednes-i day afternoon and was eating ice
1 cream in his family's farm home
kitchen with his. mother and sis sis-.
. sis-. terwhen he decided to. kill them.
He took his father's 12-gan-j
double barreled shotgun and
. killed his mother Amber 55, and
his sister, Elizabeth, 14. Each
was killed My two shots one in
the stomach and one in the head
at close range. ,'t
He found his father Willis, 6,
In the barn and killed him in the
same manner.
Jayne, waited 45 minutes for bi

older brother, Willard, 19, to re
turn home and shot him as he
' got out of his car. He then walked
a mile to the neighboring farm
of Home Young and told 1iim

.there had been an accident.
Young investigated vwhile his wife
4 called police.' i a,
State police found Willard stlli
alive and took a dying declara declaration
tion declaration from him. He said John did
the shooting, police reported.
, John, according to his confes confes-,slon,
,slon, confes-,slon, bor s grudge against 4h!
parents f or whipping he got last
f summer, c He also carried a
, ".grudge against i Willard and be-
'1ieved'liiswslstef7Bidedwlth 'his1

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Ope of the most interesting con conversations
versations conversations I had was 'with Winn
E. Martin, who has a small bank
in Clayton, Ala., in a heavily
Negro populated area. Martin is
a pleasant and articulate: man
whose son is getting his engin engineer's
eer's engineer's degree at M.I.T t,
"The numerical rat'o of Ne Negroes
groes Negroes and, whites is the crux of
this whole thing," Martin says.
"That is obvious but it needs to
be said over and over again. It's
a far different thing to Integrate
schools in a community with 'a
Negro minor ty and to do the
same thing in one of these couit couit-ties
ties couit-ties where they outnumber whites
5 to 1.
"I definitely and sincerely be
lieve the Negro has .rights o f
equality and voting. But I lust as
definitely believe that in many.
places tne ivegroea are so lanDe lanDe-h'nd
h'nd lanDe-h'nd in cultural'and civic under
standing that integration would
have the effect ..of.' pulling the
whites down to their level, And
that we cannot have.
"1 think integration is. coming

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Disc Jockey Tripp Suffered No Bad
After Effects From 200 Hours Awake

NEW YORK (UPD-Disc. jockey
Peter Tripp slept "man's sound soundest
est soundest sleep after completing a
200-hour sleepless vigil for the
sake of, science.
Tripp, 32, ended his wake-a-thon
at 7:14 o'clock Wednesday night.
An hour later L.- fell into a deep
sleep at the Astor Ho? el after phy-
siclans assured him he had bro broken
ken broken all record for scientifically
controlled wakefulness.
"Now he's sleeping man's
soundest sleep," said Dr. Louis J.
West, who he. the team of sci
entists watching Tsipp. "He has
uune someuuing no man nas none
before, and it's fantastic."
The scientists here did not rec
ognize the wake-a-thon of disc
jockey Dave Hunter of Jackson
ville, Fla. Hunter began his vigil
A 1 n. .
two nours -More iTJpp ana nas
vowed to stay awake for 225
hours, but his experiment has not
been scientifically controlled or
documented.
- A third disc jockey. Red Evans.
of Tallahassee. Fla.. tried to stay
awake ZOO hourj but gave up at
urn hours and nnutes on ad
vice of his doctor, He had devel
oped a headache. ; r r
west said he would awaken
Tripp at .11 a.m. e,i.tr his usual
rising lime, ior some psycmatric
observations and medical tests aft after
er after 15 hours of sleep. But he said
he expected Tripp to go back.' to
sleep far 8 or 10 hours.
Even while he was steemna.
Tripp was working for science. He
Cla Hnrlquz S.A.,
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Askfor it by nam

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v
'ir, t:
in the south. But I don't think ft
is coming in my lifefme. And I
doubt if it, will be 'accomplished
in myson's lifetime."
-.I' asked the president-of Tus Tus-kegee
kegee Tus-kegee Institute; Dr. Luther Fo's Fo's-itt
itt Fo's-itt .whether Negroes would not
turn in vengeance on whites, vot vot-ine
ine vot-ine only Negroes into office and
putfng on economic pressures to
drive the whites out if they ie ie-cured
cured ie-cured full voting equality.
'I don't think the southern
whites have any, reason to fear
retaliation and vengeance by Ne?
groes," he said;"! think they will
Vote for the best men and not as
a racial bloc. In the places where
the Negroes have won greater
equality, their conduct has been
VUSIllVJ VII
excellent."
Says R. Carter Pittman, one onetime
time onetime head of the Georgia States
R'ghts Council:
"Racial inferiority heaped bn
scholastic inferiority makes a
devil': brew that leads to peni
tentiaries and execution cham-J
bers and worst of all to a de demoralized
moralized demoralized and degraded social
order.'
dropped off too quickly Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday nigh for arr:ngemenis or a
recording of his brain waves lo
be completed. But his pulse, body
tempera'.u-e and other physical
activities were being measured.
West said he did not believe the
long vigil had caused Tripp any
harm which sleep could not era:e.
He said the experiment had
proved that "there is a -measurable
disorganization of mental func functions
tions functions tantamount to a major per personality
sonality personality change when a great deal
of sleep is lost."
"Tripp vacillated between bel belligerence
ligerence belligerence and submirsiveness," he
sid. "There was a progressive
disturbance in his thinking, and
feeling, a deteriorating in his per
formance tests that was, getting
worse ana worso. rauongea loss
of sleep is not good for ariybody,
and I can testify to that."
The scientist likened Tripp's ex experiment
periment experiment to some of the (Pioneer
ing volunteer work done in the
fields of yellow fever, polio, and
cancer research.
Tripp had started oft with no
Stimulation not even coffee. But
since Monday he has been taking
a chemical stimulant in pill form
as a part of the scientific tests.
He admifed he probably couldn't
have gone on without the pills and
the presence of his wife and
friends.-. .,...,!.',,,
"I've learned one major thing,"
Tripp said. "You can't stay awake
alone. You need someone there to
keep vou awake, to keep telling
you up, ooy, up ."
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The monthly social meeting of
the NCO Wives' Club of Fort Gu-
lick was held in the ballroom of
the club.
Bingo prizes were won by Mrs.
Jody Morris, Mrs. Phyllis Card Card-Mrs.
Mrs. Card-Mrs. Nora Perry, Mrs. Viola Hirn.
Mrs. Eva Balcazar Mrs. Trudy
Bray. Mrs. Alice Flight and Mrs.
Nancy Williams.
Mrs. Nuu Rosenthal of Ecuador
was the guest of her daughter,
Mrs. Eva Balcazar. Hostesses we
Mrs. Rita Gomez and Mrs. Counie
Norris.
Others who attended were Mrs.
Sue Viel, Mrs. Caroline Wier, Mis.
Barbara Brown, Mrs. rachel
Schnell, Mrs. Helen Murdoch, Mrs.
Anne Solis, Mrs. Terry Trask, Mr
Martye Saunders, Mrs. Frances
Ledue, Mrs. Kate Killip, Mrs. I I-sabel
sabel I-sabel Santos, Mrs. Frances Berger
Mrs. Alvina Mulis and Mrs. Dotty
Foster.
Gimbea Woman's Club
To Sponsor Dinner
The Gamboa Woman's Club will
sponsor a chicken and spaghetti
dinner Friday evening from 5:30
to 7:30 at the newly-renovated
Gamboa Civic Center.
Door prizes d entertainment
will be presented.
All residents of Gamboa and oth
er town friends are invited to
attend, Proceeds will be used for
the club's local and charitable o-
bligations. Tickets are avaiable
from club members. Mrs Audrey
Rogers and Mrs. Rose Jones may
be contacted for further Informa Information.
tion. Information. Mamie Returning
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, WASHINGTON (UPI)-Mamle
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exclusive Maine Chance beauty beauty-health
health beauty-health rahch in Phoenitf, Ariz.,
where she lost five pounds last
year.
A White House spokesman said
the First Lady- planned to go to
the olush resort by trin wuh her
sister, Mrs. G. Gordon Moore,
who also accompanied her in
1058.
' It was not announced how long
Mrs. Eisenhower planned to stay
or just when she would go to the
resort which is owned by cosmet cosmetic
ic cosmetic executive Elizabeth Arden. The
ranch charges its wealthy clients
560(1 a week.
, Mrs. Eisenhower's last trio to
Maine Chance created a stir in
some' quarters because President
Eisenhower took her there in the
presidential plane Columbine III
on his way back to Wasliinglon
irom Thomasvule, Ga., last Feu
ruary.
TO VISIT U.S.
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ally exceptionally attractive eleven-race program at the President Re Re-mon
mon Re-mon racetrack.
One of the features is the $2,000 added seven fur furlong
long furlong $750 Rolando Lopez Gil Handicap for second series

imported thoroughbreds.
The native classic will pit two
of the best native products of all
time against each other. They are
the brilliant unbeaten four-ypar-old
filly Janina and the vastly improv improved
ed improved four-year-old colt Henco.
Janina, unbeaten in 14 starts
won her last start after a layoff
of one year in 1:28-45 for seven
furlongs while Hencr won the same
day in 1:27 35. In thre? previous
meetings, Janina decisively whip whipped
ped whipped Henco each time but the latter
fs a much better horse now a? is
attested by his five consecutive
victories two of them against
imported horses.
Also entered in this race are
classy Lady Edna, once th; queen
of the natives. Lady Edna is back
in top form as may be gleaned
from her 1:27 15 turned last week
over the same distance a.; today's
classic. The only other scheduled
starter is Titita, a full sis'er of
Janina with a victory over Henco
to her credit.
Leading jockey Braulio Baeza
will be aboard Janina while Jo;e
Talavera will guide Henco. Jose
Ulloa will ride Lady Edna and
Amadio Credidio will do the boot booting
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1st, 2nd -6th, 7th RACES
DU PLETAS
9th and 11th RACES
ONE-TWO

QUINIELAS
4lh and 8th Races

PRESIDENT

Henco Resume

Sprint
The co-feature will pit Siete y
Medio against nine other second
series racers. His top contenders
are expected to be upsetter Mou Mou-che,
che, Mou-che, Alpina, Rosita Maria and
Ouickie. Also scheduled to go in
this race are Michaux, Sculptor,
Behader, Don Lucho and Phillipi-
pon.
The Ernesto Navarro Classic is
an annual feature honoring the
memory of one of Pan&r.iti's pion pioneer
eer pioneer horseman and a true sportsman
and gentleman. Don Tito loved
horses and horse racing so much
that he was never too busy to giw.'
advice or lend a Helping nar.d 'o
anyone who requeued it. H2 own owned
ed owned some of the finest horses that
ever raced here and was one of
the best Panamanian trainers rf
all time.
The Rolando Lopez Gil Handicap
commemorate the second an anniversary
niversary anniversary of the accidental de.ath
of the Cuban jockey who died in
an auto accident Feb. 2 1957 in
Panama City:
Nine other prospective, turners
ire included on the card,
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By CONRADO
1 Joyero
2 Soberano
3 Victoria
4 Thunderstreak
5 Pilluelo (t)
Don 3 Lnda
Sahr
Noticion
Rutilante
Goldei Wonder
Cheiiton
Vergniaux
Jaco ()
Alpina
Henco
6 PJatano
7 Bright Spur
8 Gran Capitan
9 S ets y Medio
10 Janina
11 Princesa Gitana
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Teams
Canada Dry Hi-Spot
Dillon-Hickman
Grecha Music Store
Camel-Winston-Salem
Bass Shoes
Pabst Blue Ribbon
Boyd Brothers Ins.
Turco Products
Paper Mate Pens
Pascual Cookies
Ideal Bread
Ebonite
Averages Nickisher 171,
Rudy
169, for the men.
For the ladies Rudy 154
and
Metzger 154.
CANADA DRY 0 BASS SHOES 4
Since October 15, the stalwart
Canada Dry Hi Spots have not been
shut out. but this week Bass Shoes
fro mWilton Maine with the help
of the U.S. Navy Personel, Pan
Panal Policemen and two natives
from Germany applied the white
wash brush to Canada Dry.
By winning, the Bass snoe?
threw all of the first division
teams into a mad scramble be because
cause because only seven points senaratr
eight club with 12 more points tp
go. The Bass just naa me iuw
reserve in the clutches becvise
they won all games by close mar margin.
gin. margin. .18, 14 and 10 represented the
difference.
Frau Elsi Kleischman and Navy
Wife Betty McGnire were the chie
upsetters with 559 anil 509 hder
sets Navy Officer 'Pon McGuire
assisted w'fth 555 and the "BeaErt'!
himself Herr Kleischman 532. the
Canal Zone cooper just missed the
5 C by four pins.
Canada Dry rolled well, but
rraild not set toeether Bruce Hast
ier and Georee Metzger got their
son, scratch. 510 and 505. Mamv
Fprnnnde fetched 535 and Minv
Mt7ppr 532 in the hden division
DILLON HICKMAN 2, EBONITE 7
The Ebonites threw a real scare
into- the ranks of the Dillon-Hick
man contractors. A recheck of the
first game revealed the Ebonites
winners bv ten. instead of a drew
as indicated on the sheet. The Dil-
lions took the second one bv 52
hut the Ebonites did it again by
Hand split for the evening. Even
hv sDlittine the DH's gained on
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9th RACE SECOND SERIES IMPORTED 7 Fgs.
PURSE $ 750.00
POOL CLOSES 5:10 ONE-TWO

1. MOUCHE R. Pretan 105
2. MICHAUX R. Cristian 10'8
3. 2UICKIE ...C. Milord 110
4. ROSITA MARIA F. Alvarei -108
5. SCULPTOR, ...Vm A- Credidio 103
6. BEHADER w. F. Sanchez 101
7. DON LUCHO J. Talavera 108
8. ALPINA ,........ ..... J. Ulloa 110
9. SlETt V MEDIO . . w B. Baeza 1 20
10. PHIlilPIPON i M. Chalmers, 1 97

the top runners and are only t-h
points out of first.
Lee Clontz came, up with a 512
scratch and 548 hdep, and Trudi
Garni kept him company with

536 hdep. For the Ebonites it was
a combination of two gals and a
feller to break the 5C pin barrier.
Bess Shepard 531, Marry Morrow
504 and Burt DeVeau 546.
GRECHA MUSIC 3, PABST BLUE
RIBBON BEER 1
Grecha Music Majcers fiddled
around in the curtain raiser and
the Pabst Blue Ribbon Beers foam foamed
ed foamed through for a refreshing win.
The Central Avenue musicians got
on to a steady beat and edged the
Pabst Pinsters in the second try
by 14 sticks.
The Pabst were still ahead in
the total pin going into the night night-"ap.
"ap. night-"ap. but the Grechas were not to
be denied and won by 60 pins, and
"haiking up three tallies. This left
"recha only three tallies out of
irst place with 12 points in which
to close the gap. ,B lackie Miller
ind Harry Bouse, both of Albrook
were the chief knock-downers of
lins with 540 and 559 hdep.
The male trio of Grecha nlaved
he popular tunes on the pins, Bev
laamay Lou Glud 512 Don
Hudy 546. Don's Was the snappiest
urie because H was a scratch ef effort.
fort. effort. V -c
TURCO PRODUCTS 3, IDEAL
' BREAD 1
The Bakers of Pan Ideal ran in
'o a snag in the form of Bill
Vickisher who had a 583 scratch,
?08 single and 604 hdep set. Anoth Another
er Another relevent factor in the Iripgl
bread's downfall was when Lou
Castro legalized a 509 scratch and
30, hdep. The Vic Ortiz got into
'he act with a 542 hdep, and this
"neant three winning taps for the.
Sultans of Turco Products.. Only
:n the last session of bowling were
he Bakers pan out a win by 16
sticks, after dropping a heart
breaker in the second by seven
maoles.
The Barnes, Al and Doris of
iaeai, naa tneir own lamuy pn
spat with Doris teaching Pop how
to kegie 559 to 544 hdep.
PAPER MATE PENS 3, BOYD
BROTHERS 1
The Paper Mate Pens are' get
ting to be a feared team since the
aquisition of Raul Alvarado, and
the Pens were mightier than the
Boyd Brother Insurance Policies
by a 3 to 1 count. Only in the last
session did Boyd s avert a com
plete rout when they won a close
tussle.
Alvarado shot a 204 singleton,
528 scratch and 534 hdep. Carmen
Flores from ciudad de Panima
tabbed a big 568, and Tex Ritter
522. For the defunct Boyd Brothers
trio of male bowlers carried on
with the show. Curly Bates gaet gaet-ting
ting gaet-ting 533 and Mel Liedner 525. and
the leading lady was Nita Karst
with 532. all hdep.
CAMEL-WINSTON-SALEM 2'i
, PASCUAL COOKIES V
In the last frame of the last
game with the last bowler, Joe
Bieber on the approach, Joe de delivered
livered delivered one of those delayed
strikes, and with that it meant
that both teams tallied the same
Total Pins and had to split the
point.
In the other three efforts, the
Papcual Cookies were, on the short
end of the 2 to 1, and the winners,
Camel-Winston-Salem Cigarett e s
are now tied for fourth placa with
Bass. The cigarrillos were handi handicapped
capped handicapped by the absence of their
Tiny Lindenberi but the remaining
auarter of Ann Jerry Hill, and the
Pates- Bertha and Jesse gave a
good account of themselves.
Mim Smith of the Cookies was
Stricken by split trouble, having a
bakers dozen. Joe Bieb.er from the
Navy was the Cookies big. Cookie,
and he had ample support from
The Blaneys, and Rolph Dietrich.
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Jocker
St.
1st
Race
Special Imp. S
1st RACE
Pgs.
OF
1 Voltage
2 Edward J
3 Black Set
Dofta Linda
5 Amelia
6 Peter's D
7 Joyero
G. Sanchez 110
F. Alvarez 110
A. Ycaza 115
Hernandez 106
F. Justiniani 100
G. Milord 115
B. Aguirre 110
8 Second
B
2nd Race
Natives 7 Fgs.
2nd RACE OF
B. Baeza 114
J. Talavera 110
G. Milord 103
A. Ycaza 112
A. Credidio 110
O. Bravo 118
1 Sahri
2 Soberano
3 Blanquita
4 Jabalina
5 Kalalu
6 Pacho Lopez

3rd. Race "D" Natives 8 Fgs. Purse $400.00 Peel Cleses: 2:00
1 Niticion G. Sanchez 112 Better this week 4-1
2 Daniel J. Padilla 112x Ridej- handicaps 10-1
3 Black Bee G. Milord 113 Distance should help 3-2
4 Victoria B. Baeza 108 Jockey could decide 3-2
5 Solito A, Credidio 110 Wort easily in last 2-1
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4th Race 7th Series Imp. 5 Fgs. Purse $450.00 Pool Closes 2:30
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1 Empire C
2 Recife
A. Credidio 110
J. Talavera 112
G. Milord 108
V. Tejada 103x
B. Baez 108
3 Boble Fia
.4 Victoria R
5--Rutilante
6 Thunderstredk
7 Coral G
J Ulloa 113,,
Sanchez 115
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8 Licem;iado S. Hernandez 105
5th Ract '"E" '-Natives,,; Fgs.
1 Don Manuel
2 Don Grau
3 Golden Wond.
4 Tingat
5 Rabiblanco
6 Pilluetc
A." Ycaaa 110
G. Sanchez 108
A. Credidio 110
J. Ulloa 114
H. Pitty llOx
B. Baeza 113
6th Race Special Imp. 5 Fgs.
1st RACE OF
1 Rhea Calls
2 Camakas
3 Highland P,
4 Platano
5 Che-itcn
6 Cuquita
7 Calancha
S. Hernandez 108
A. Credidio 110
J. Phillips 108
B. Uaeza 115
R. Cristian 110
F. Justiniani lOlx
F. Hidalgo 108
7th Race 4th Series Imp. 8 Fgs.
2nd RACE OF
1 Vergniaux
2 Bright Spur
3 Oterongo
4 Cervecero
5 Ringside
6 Del Vecino
J. 'Ulloa ,113
R. Cristian 115
J. Talavera 105
A. Credidio" 106
'O. Bravo 115
G: Rivera 110s-

8th Rac Special Imp. 4 Fgi. Purse $650.00
QUINIELA

1 Gran Capitan G. Milord 118
2 Cho'Han F. Hidalgo 110
3 Quien Sera A. Credidio 105
4 Arancel O. Bravo 112
5 Guillotina C. Ruiz 108
6 Big Sun V. Castillo 110
7 Jaco A. Ycaza 112
9th Raco 2nd Series Imp.
7 Fgi.
ONE
1 Mouche
2 Michaux"
3 Quickie
4 Rosita M
5 Sculpto
6 Behader
,7 Don Lucho
8 Alpina

R. Prestan 105x .-Rates chance off last
R. Oistian 108 -.Apparently gone sour
G. Milord 110 Has sizzling workout
F. Alvarez 108 Usually close up
A. Credidio 103 Nothing in return
F. Sanchez 101xMust go lower
J. Talavera 108 Returns in good shape

J. uuoa nu
B. Baeza 120
Chalmers 97x
9 Siete y Medio
10 Phillipipon M
10th Race E. Navarro Classic 7
1 Lady Edna J. Ulloa 121
u Titita A. Credidio 107
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PURSE $2,000.00
Pool Closes 5:40
1. LADY EDNA J. Ulloa
2. TITITA A. Credidio

3. JANINA
4. HENCO

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Purse $45.0f
THE DOUBLE
Peel Closet
50t
50-1
3- 1
3 2
4- 1
10-1
EVEN
50-1
Much too green.
Reportedly improved
Distance to liking
Improved in Mat
Has good workouts
Form indicates'
Trailed badly in debut
Purse $450.00
Peol Cleses 1:30
THE DOUBLE
In fight to finish
Form indicates
Good eariy speed
Sharpened for this
Could get up here
Poor recent races
2- 1
3- 2
10-1
2-1
34
4- 1
Badtegit hamper
Could surprise
Rates good chance
Brief early speed',
-Could gb alLthe wiy
10V
52
3-J
3 2
5-i
81
Should score 'again
Returns from layoff ;
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Would pay nice adds
Purse $375.00 Pool Closes: 3:00
Enjoying rare form 1-11
Impressed m last 31
Could get up here 3-2
Mutuels favorite 3-2
Not with this rider 8-5
Can set easy pace 8-5
Porse $650.00
THE DOUBLE
Pool Cleses: 3:40
Ran well in debut 5 2
improved in last, 2-1
Distance to ukirfg 3-1
Should score here tf-2
Usually disappoints 5-2
Has good speed 104
-Depends on start 10-1
Purse $600.00
THE DOUBLE
Pool Cleses: 4:10
Razor sharp forht 3-fe
Returns in goorf shape 5-2
Good early speed 15-1
Distance handicaps 3fl-l
Excellent race last 31
No. 1 contended ; 2-1
Pool Closes: 4:40
Has speed to spare 3-2
Handicapped in debut 15-1
Hasn't snown much 101
Last was revealing 2-1
Can run; fractious 25-1
Good early speed. 2-1
In fight to finish 21
Purs $750.00
TWO
Pool Closes: 5:10
41
13-1
41
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25 1
50-1
81
2-1
EVEN
80-1
usually dangerous
Should beat these
Hopelessly outclassed
F Purse $2000.00 Pool Cleses: 5:40
Back in best form
Light weight helps
5-1
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ByOSCAR
NEW f YORK, UPI Wt Mickey
Mantle; the- man the. New York
Yankees expected to be the '"new
DiMaggio' obviously, was ay step
deeper in Casey Stengel s dog-:
house today as result of his al alary
ary alary holdout.
Mantle reportedly receives from
$70,000 to J$75,00o. He is believed
to foe askingi for $90,000.
Stengel believes Mantle could
earn $125,000 but adds "he has
kept himself from earning it."
the Mick obviously, was one of
Stengel's main targets as the
gnarled Yankee skipper announc
ed a new get tough policy In wnicn
laggards will be fined and those
who fracture training rules had
better be able to .. tell midnight
from noon" on the. threat of .being
hit in the ear bumper by a mov moving
ing moving van. In other words, those who
don't put out 100 ppr cent may
be traded. This could include Man
tle. ,;
CIHs F tiding Defictoncos
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Mantle is a man of great base baseball
ball baseball talents. But he has not be
come either "the hew" DiMaggio
or a fairly acceptable facsimile
of the old one.Last season he drew
official wrath when he missed the
train on r western trip. Stengel
has made a point of his fielding
deficiences and said, on signing
his current, managerial contract
Mini, .uauvic raa iio, glcalcD ul(l
appointment." r
Mantle is. inclined, to be sulky
and petulant. Thus you can draw
your ownv Conclusions whenv Sten Stengel.
gel. Stengel. says:''
"I wouldn't want a dissatisfied
player. If he doesn't have a 100
per cent feeling, I would have to
say we are open for deals. No Nobody
body Nobody has a good year every yar.
Mantle led in three ; departments.
He could have-led in ive,Vfor he
has the points; to dp il v
Rules Mors Strict
Thus when Stengei launehes in
to a tirade against .' those who
don't run out every, Jball,? and a a-gainst'
gainst' a-gainst' violators: of the Yankees'
unofficial curfew, most of the sieiis
poinf in Mantle'a.direfitipn;' He .al .also
so .also -fa Irritated, in a tnorc' mirdr,l
"The rules will be mtire strict
this year," Stengel says as he
looks forward to the s e a s o n
("They're gonna haVe to hustle or
they'll be fmed. And thSy Better
obey the training rules Anybody
who thinks he's bigger than the
ball club might find himself trad traded."
ed." traded." Stengel, under all his ramblings;
is concerned with those who stay
out too late ax mgnt ana it can
be added that Mantle is not one
of those with a reputation for be being
ing being "healthy, wealthy and wise."
Put Out Or. .
"You know who's out At night."
Stengel barks when asked to name
3 Janina
4 Henco
11th Race Special Imp. 7 Fgs.
ONE
1 Cool Cat II S.' Hernandez 108
2 Festival R, Cristian 114
3 Metafierro A.Reyes R. 105
4 Tarawa R. Prestan 97x
5 Alamito F. Alvarez 108
6 Princesa G G. Sanchez 118
T t,a Desire B. Baeza 112
8 Mauricio B. Agdirre 108
9 Madame Cucu J. P.Diaz '99x
10 Resolana D. Bairret 105x
121
107
119
122

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names. "They; have 'em on every
ball club: We do,' too.- I've been
accused of being- too easy.' Well
the manager is responsible for Jul
men getting in at night. Ours art
going;to do .just, that.:; u
f ;. -.,:
'That bait club thouldn't bet
robbed because some guy is tiretf :
br is1 doing three of four other,
things that he shouldn't -be doing,"
Stengel added brusquely. V.Any
man who is too tired to run 90
feet, will get fined on -this club.
Then, if that doesn't work, I'll
have to change my mind and get
rid of two or three player I don't
want to. get rid of."
In -other words, the Yanks can
expect to put out or get out.
Even Mantle is no exception.
Cubs Should Finish
Second To Indians

In Player Jignings
NEW YORK, Jan. 31 (UPI) (UPI)-The
The (UPI)-The Chicago Cubs look like a good
bet to finish second behind the
Cleveland Indians in baseball's an-
nual pen-and-ink derby. .-

Frank Lane, the Indians' hustling
general manager, ioke his own
record for tftntract signing earlier,
this week when he announced all
members of the Cleveland club
had sighed new pacts.
The Cubs, meanwhile Were left
With only five unsigned players
when outfielder Chuck Tanner ac accepted
cepted accepted his hew contract, Tanner
batted 562 las year.
Plt-hers DaVe Hillman, len
Hobbie and Marcelina" Slisjf utility
man Earf Averill Jjr; and catcher
Gordon Massa are' the'five,ub
players till unsigned. Hobbie and
Massa are 4n the service but are
expected to tome io. betm -when
they jeltae4; t.:j i S jl
The Chicago White So also are
maktag.goMTjKogress in lining up :;
be" of the club to sign yesterday.
Mueller, obtainul from the San
Francisco Giants last year, batted
.253 in .70.' games with? the .White
Sox.
The KanUs City Atheletics sign
ed two young pitchers, Howard
Reed and Dave. Hill, while the
Philadelphia Phillies announced
the signing of inflelder Ted- Ka Ka-zanski,
zanski, Ka-zanski, ho batted .228 in 94 games
last season. ;
The San Francisco Giants nag-
ged their 20th and 21st players
Whitey Lockman and Bob Speake,
Lockman, oldest Giant in point of
service, batted .238 in 92 games
last season. Speake, used mostly
as pinch hitter, hit .211..

B. Baeza 119 Get stiff test here 1 v EVEN -Talavera
122 From' indicates EVEN

Purs $650.00
Pool Closos: 4:05

TWO
Last was dubious ,: : 5-1
Has strongest finish 3-1
Has shown nothing v 100
Good early speed 20-1
Morning glory? .4-1
Long overdue 1 3-2
Baeza' insists 24
Could be -upsetter 10-1 K
Wfiuld pay off 25-1
Showed speed in debut 15-1

TODAY

COLON:
For the convenience
of our patrons we are
now operating at the
Arena de Colon. :

Children Are ot
Allowed At The
Race Track
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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1951

THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
Mac wmi
Lead In Panama Qpeiil
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Ttt IT a

aintains

Veteran sPro,

if liaum FniiriSStro kg

By WALTER VATSON
,,Pete Cooper $p,oispred;by -Esso, Standard Oil Co..
increased his1 lead to four strokes over Don January at
the rnQmalolfp.MV yesterday as he smartly played the
18 holes for a tWo-under-par

Don January. sponsored i by
Cemento Panama, S-S,, valiantly
tried, to overtake the yeteran
Cooper bufe his best effort net netted
ted netted him 71: V
Bot Watson defending
chanipioh. sponsored by the Co Coca
ca Coca 3ola Bottling' Co.r could do
no better tKari January and re remained
mained remained in third place With slk
I rokes between him and the
leader. In "1958 Watson trailed
Art "Wall by -.-five strokes at the
end of' the third round and ma-
Promises
r f A
Over
Llghweight bexer Rafael (To-.
' re) Brathwite, an .employe of
the stereotype department of the
Panama American, hat prom promised
ised promised hit co-workers a win over
Andres (Aseslno) Allan, in one
of ton'mhf two ii-round tewif
final bout at the Colon Arena.
In the other semifinal feather,
weights Patrecinio Allen and
Valentinr Brown Will swap leaf leaf-herv
herv leaf-herv w A ;
The ten-round main event is
between 126-penders Tito Marsh
all and Jorge Quintero and in
tho four-round eurtain raler Jo Jo-se
se Jo-se Ibarra and David are set to
exchange punches.
Gnral admission ts 75 cents.
r
Feature Race
Usually consistent Mondesir,
which Jippareatly didn't like
last week's, wet after an un-seasdhai-
downpour, yesterday
regained 'his best form and
raced to a two-and-one-half
length victory in the six fur fur-Ion
Ion fur-Ion main event for third seriep.
imported thoroughbreds at the
President Remdn racetrack..
Mondesir.' one of two winners
booted home by leading Jockey
Braulio Baeza, returned $5.40.
Baeza's other winner was Cha Cha-rlcleia
rlcleia Cha-rlcleia which overcame brazen
Interference from Chilean Jock Jockey
ey Jockey Guillermo Rivera, who the
lepc up on mutuels choice Ifa Ifa-dir,
dir, Ifa-dir, in the homestretch before
going on to win by three-quarters,
of a length,
Mutuels favorites; or second
choices dominated it the card
with Lark, one of two winners
ridden by Bias Agulrre.; returned
the day's best win odds- $18.40.
Felix Sanchez -and Alejandro
Ycaza also brought home a pair
of winners.
The" dividends:.,. ....
FIRST. RACE
1. Account Rendered $5.80,
$2.80. 1 ,i
S.Granaderd' $2,405 J&i ,5
i 4a its
SECOND RAf
iACE A 'a..
1. Ionia's Pet llL -$4.6(r.'i.iJf
-Ionia's Pet vfcll .'$4.8
'M
2. Etoily Mary $3.20.
First Double: $33.40.
THIRD RACE
1. Silver Girl $11.80, $4.80.
2. Don Luis $3.20.
Fourth' .race
1. Lark $18.40. $8.66.
2. The Squire $7.40.;
Qulniela: $40.
FIFTH RACE
lA-Tuttl Fruti $5.80, $8.80.
2. Mellfzo-$5.40,-.
'SIXTH RACE
1 Nebrisca $7.80. $3.40.
2-Aldar $250.
SEVENTH RACE
1. Mondesir $5.40, $3.
2, Bucalemlto $3..
iElGHTH RACE
' Second Double:$51.80.
1. Mi Locura $4, $2.20.
2i Luciente $3.80.
Qulniela: $9.

Cops

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NINTH "RACE
lVColtro $8.20, $5.20 ..
t. High Day $3.60
One-Two: $45.00
TENTH RACE
1. Charlcleia $8, $3.40.
2 Kadir $2.60.
,'
ELEVENTH A CE
1. Esrardlllo $U.B0i $6.60
2. Alha1ar $4.401 f
One-Two: $33.'. K ...

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Shoots 70

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ny will be his J ollowers tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow to e if he can again come
roaring from behind to retain'
his crown.
At this point in the 1958 Open,
Wall's score was 200 followed
fay Watson with 205 and by the
man rtowrunnmg in front, Pete
Cooper, with. 206.. This year;
however, the tables' are slightly
turned and Cooper's score is 203
and Watson's 209. Pete who has
scored 69, 64 and 70 only needs
a good 67 to break Sam Snead's
and Bob Watson's record for the
7,2 holes of 271 while Bob to
tie or break; his own record will
have to tie or better Roberto
DeVicenzo's 1955 super score of
62.
'Roberto DeVicenzo sponsored
bfir Viceroy., cigarettes shot, yes yesterday's
terday's yesterday's best round as he card carded
ed carded a three under par 69 and
was able to knock two strokes
off the lead. He is now tied
with Ernie, Vossler and Dow
Finsterwald sponsored by Pa Panama
nama Panama Insurance and George
Novey, Miami Window Corp.,
Respectively for fourth place
With 211.
Bob Toski, C. B. Fenton &
Co.'s entry, ended up his third
found with 214 followed by An Antonio
tonio Antonio Cerda at 215, Tied at par
for the three rounds are Osval-
to DeVicenzo an&. Porky Oliver
with, 216.
In the amateur division Ca
nal Zone veteran dentist. Herb
Mitten, 1947 Open Champion
moved into a commanding lead
as1 he equalled the best pro
score of the day with his three
under par 69. He now has 215
'for the thre day's work follow followed
ed followed 'by; Tony' Jankus and the sen
sational Jeff Kline with 221.
Dorsey Nevergall, defending
chambion. after flrine two nar
romids; fouttdr hirAself without
his lead and -M third place as
ne could ao no Better than 78,
His three day total Is 222.
1 As In- the case of Bob .Wat
son, Dorsey., Nevergall had to
overcome a big lead on the last
day of play last year. At this
point sandv Hlnkle led the am amateurs
ateurs amateurs by six strokes and Never
gall was eight strokes back.
However, when the smoke
cleared Gallndo and Nevergall
had tied Sandy and in the sud-
aen -oeatn piayorr, after Galln Gallndo
do Gallndo had eliminated himself on
the -first hole, Nevergall and
Sndy battled to the fourth
where the champion gat Ms
par and the title as Hlnkle bo-geyed-the
three par hole.
So' it would' appear that both
Pete Cooper and Herb Mitten
have their work cut out for
them tomorrow to maintain
their, apparently comfortable
margins against these stretch
runners.
Third round scores follow:
PROFESSIONALS:
Cooper
January
Watson
Vossler r
Finsterwald
Roberto DeVicenzo
Bob Tofjkl
Antonio Cerda
Osvaldo DeVicenzo
Porky Oliver
Hernandez
203.
207
209
. 211
211
211
214
215
216
216
218
218
-s 218
219
219
220
220
?"".
223
223
223
225
Sala
Castillo
Furfbl
Strafacl
ffamrlch
Barron
Pott i
Moore
Armstrong
Bernardln
Erfurth
Bdrek
Booe
AMATEURS :
Mitten
Kline ;
Jankus.
NeveTgaU
215
221
221
222
225
226
226
230
230
230
232
232
333
233
234
235
235
237
238
.239
.239
241
Crishton
J. McMurrav
Connell
S. Hlnkle
C. McMurray
Geo. Riley
A. Gallndo
Sterling
Chaffnian
Kamlnske
J. de la Guardla; Jr.
Deslondesi,t,v,i.';,
Chadwlck''I ',',.
aiickenbaW'T,H'.;
Col. Hurr j -'-f-'-' :..
Cllsbee' :..;L,
Comptoase',3,1
- 841
243
f 244
:,246
rancaid'f'u" ...
Z49
Murphy
246
247
247
250
Maxquard $
Frank Daj'
Lilly- A

LCapt. Kade

Kids To See Smoker-Beermen
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Contest Free Today; Yankees,
Kings Play In Colon At 10 AM

All children 12 year old or
unuer wul be admitted free to this
afternoon's contest between the
second-place Marlboro Smokers
and the last-place Cerveza Balboa
Beermen. The game will start at
3 o'clock at the Olympic stadium.
The champion Kings will meet
the third-place Carta Vieja Yan
kees in a niorning game at Colon
Stadium scheduled to get under-
wav at 10 o'clock.
This is "the last week of activity
ifi the Panama Professional Lea League
gue League for Lhe 1958)59.
The Kings copped the bunting
Thursday night when they defeat
ed the Smokers 5-4 in a ten-inning
, 1 'n. .'j it- r : .......
inriiier. ana me amuseis in. ium
clinched second place Friday
night 1 when the trounced the Yan
kees 9-4.

Southpaw Pitcher Jeff Kline

Makes Good As
By WALTER WATSON
A storm that .has' been brew:
lng in the suburban area of Pa
nama City and more parweu
la'ry In the Golf Heights area
has suddenly unleashed Its full
force. ""
Those who frequent that area
realize now that all the furor
and commotion was not caused
by the elements but by the, ar arrival
rival arrival on the Hotting -scene of
a young fellow who has caused
adults, prorassionais ana oud
bers alike, to stand up take no
tice. .. .-
This younp fellow, due to
reach his 17 th birthday next
Julv 5. is Jeff Kline, a bes-
pectacled, modest athlete who
is causing sleepless nights
for the better Isthmian golfi
Jeff standing in his socks Is
getting close to six ieexi ana
wplphs annroximatelv 155 lbs.
He is well built and has the
good legs and fine hands of the
professional golfer. He Is a ju junior,
nior, junior, at the Balboa High School
nd As nn averaee student, as
. ;(
hoTnodestlv admits.
But, let's go back a few years
In the life of tnis young ienow
who has been hitting the head headlines
lines headlines for the last few- months in
the sports pages. His father,
Chick as his friends call him,
is employed with the U. S. Army
at Fort Clayton and his mother,
the former Audrey Eisenmann,
runs a top flight pumio rela relations
tions relations agency.
He has a regular, .normal
home life with his yountr. bro
ther (who doesn't play goir yet)
and his sister who is in the Las
Esscclavas School In PanamYHe
resides, you guessed 'it. on the
fringe of the Panama Golf and
nowadays spends most of. his
free time there.
Jeff is one of these unusual
neonle who does everything
Jeff handed, except play golf.
Panama Martin
Club News
The past two weeks hVe yield yielded
ed yielded a record number of marlih to
eager fishermen who were able to
get down to Pifias -Bay. Th Cai Caiman,
man, Caiman, Sei, Flying Scot, Yankees
and La Reyhad. a wonderful 10
days in the midst of an abundance
of billfish.
The fishermen ana women saw
more marlin than ever before
in so short a time. The seas were
choppy, rough attimes and thej
winds strong. .But. the fish -enjoyed
the weather ;. and came :to the
surface to see" what was going on.
At times they said the sea was li
terally boiling with all kinds of
fish.
The Caiman had 29 sstrikes and
boated 14, the largest going to 620
pounds, all black marlin.
' The seri raised 15, boated six
black and one blue marlin.
The Flyin Scot raised 10 and
boated four black marlin.
The Yankee got four marlin.
Most or me marlin caught were
around 250 to 300 pounds.
The Flying Scot come in after
five days, changed crews and
went back to Pifias Bay. Her se
cond trip was not as successful
as the first, as they had difficulty
getting bait, They had adouble
strike, however, and managed to
boat one.
Sailfish were numerous too.
The Caiman got seven, the Seri 15,
the Flying Scot six and the Yan
kee one. The Seri, rock fishing as
well as a few days goinj for mat-li-,
caught 294 various fish on her
O'. The Pecadora .flshlhjj out of
tocos, reports'! catcnina thine
large amberjackvand 1 a load- of
dolfin; v ..,:" A.. ,.. ,.
BENEFIT FOR "DOBBYN
NEW ORKJtJPIwrh W.W
York ; Rangers announced Thurs Thursday
day Thursday that farmhand BiU Dobbyn
will benefit from U receipt of a
Feb.il7 exhibition game between
the Buffalo Bisons and the Amer
ican Hockey League -iAll-Starg.
Dobbyn recently lOst the sight in

253'onti eye" inU hockey mishap.

The champs re in front by five
gameg, Marlboro is runnerup by
four-and-a-half games over the
Yanks, who' are two-and-a-half
games in from of the Beermen.
The rest of the schedule, which
ends Thursday, is as follows:
Monday (2) Marlboro vs Cer Cerveza
veza Cerveza Balboa
Carta Vieja vs King.
Tuesday Carta Vieja vs Marl

boro.
Wednesday Cervpza -Balboa vs.
Carta Vieja vs Kings
Thursday Cervtza Kalboa vs.
King.
The Kings will leave Tocumen
Airport Monday, Feb. 9. to repre represent
sent represent Panama in the 11th Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Series which gets underway
in Caracas, Venezuela, Feb. 10.
Righty Golfer
This he does right and When
I asked him why he told me
,' that Charlie MacMurray, who
started him on his golf career
in the open lot adjacent to
the Balboa Railroad station,
had told him that it would be
easier to play that way and
much easier to get the equip equipment
ment equipment he would need.
So, easy as you please, Jeff
found some clubs, which Mom
constantly refers to as sticks,
and started putting around. He
credits Charlie with giving him
the incentive to play and for
great assistance in developing
His game. 1
He is also grateful to Al Cor Cor-sale
sale Cor-sale and Norm Letwer for their
help and of course, he admits
that he always has his eye on
ttie top Isthmian golfers to
learn a thing or two.
That he has picked up every everything
thing everything that he should have is
evidenced by his record In rec recent
ent recent Isthmian golf tournaments.
Last year he gave the Panama
Open a try and didn't do too
well but that we chalk up to in
experience as he qualified with
a sc'drfe; of 158 for 36 holes; ten
strokes above this year s mark,
and then blew up.
The experience gained In the
Panama Open stood up well for
Jeff as most of the golfers on
the Isthmus well remember for
he was runner up in the second
flight of the Mercurlo isthmian
Amateur Championship second
flight, finishing behind V. J.
Annarcharico of Cocoll.
He then won the second flight
of the Braniff Championship
at Summit In October and
dumbfounded the experts when-
he took top honors in the
King's Ransom House of Lords
Tournament at the Panama
Golf Club last month.
His biggest thrills In golf
have been winning the King's
Ransom -tournament and es especially
pecially especially getting an eagle on
the five par number 12 hole
in doing So and his opening
round of 71 In this year's Pa Panama
nama Panama Open.
At this wiritlng, after the
third round of play, Jeff Is tied
for second with Tony Jankus,
six strokes behind DOc Herb
Mitten. He has carded 71, 77
and 73 for the three days play
but to me his most spectacular
achievement in this tournament
is having scored 33 on both
nines of the beautiful Panama
course.
One of them was the 33 he
shot yesterday -on the front nine
when the contestents were re
quired to use the back tees, a
feat accomplished on that day
by one pther gojfer and. he a
pro by the name of Bernardln.
win, lose or draw tnis young
fellow has earned the admira admiration
tion admiration and respect of all his fellow
players and the envy of many
who would settle for half the
distance on some of his good
drives.
If more time was available
this story could go on and re
count manv more athletic feats
of Jeff Kline but as this has
to eo to press let us just close it
with one of Jeff's baseball feats:
As a member of the VFW
team that traveled to the
United States in 1957 and
brought back the champion championship,
ship, championship, Jeff : played a stellar
role in pitching his team to
victory in a crucial game and
believe It or not hii opponents
were allowed hut two scratch
hits.
The Isthmus haa produced
many great golfers and it Js
the general opinion of these
who know that this fellow who
hits them a country mile will
before long find his name in
the Isthmian golf star studded
crown. .All of these who have
seen hlmiplay and admire his
courage and will to win wish
him only the best. 1 1 ? 1
SHUFFLES CABINET
AMMAN,: Jordan (UPIV King
Hussein has 'shuffled his cabinet,
relieving Premier Samir Ridai of
hi?, duties as defense minister.
The defense portfolio went to Ah Ahmed
med Ahmed Tarawnehvi former-? finance

ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE
Standing as of
Teams
Mutual of Omaha
Elks
Legion
Pirates
Cora Cola
Police
January 28
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2
3
4
4
4Vj
Mutual of Omaha 8, Legion 4
The Mutual of Omaha team won
its sixth straight game in the first
half of the Atlantic Little League
at Margarita on Tuesday, January
27 when they took over the Legion
nine by an 8 to 4 score.
Errors, which seem to be plagu plaguing
ing plaguing the Legion boys, were the de deciding
ciding deciding factor in the game as both
Ronnie Riefkohol for Mutual and
Henry Shirk for the losers pitched
pood ball. Riefkohl got ten via
the strike out route and allowed
six hits while Shirk chalked up as
many K's and gave 'up but five
hits.
The Legion made five errors
while Riefkohl had good suobort
from his mates, who committed
but one lapse in the field. The
winners had the game on ice after
the first two innings of plav as
they came up with three runs in
each of the tw oframes. It must
be said, however, that It mifht
have been a different story if ihe
Legion team had played any type
of steady ball defensively.
Shirk was the big hitter of 'he
came, too, as he had a nerfect
dav at the plate with a doubl1 and
a brace of singles. Jackie Blair,
who playpd first -fof th Lijion,
had two for three, a pair of one
base hits. Nobody on the Mutui'l
team collected more than a soli
tarv hit with Doug B'llison. Les
Highley and Luther Ouinn geirg
doubles and Georgie Evnns a lone;
triolel Larrv Quinn ?ot hi team's
fifth hit while Bobby Thomns.
with a double', was the oniv Lion
boy to hit safely except for Sh'rk
anH Blair.
The Legion fans, and, there wfr
manv at the game, had a cha'T-p
to cheer in the bottom of the fifth
as their team put across three
runs. Thomas doubled to right.
Clement walkpd and Shirk hit the
loft field '.Wall or two bases as
Thomas scored. Blair then bounced
his two bagger over the rieht field
scoring both Clement and Shirk.
That ended the scoring for the
dav as Shirk died on second.
Riefkohl has a three nothing rec record
ord record for the season while Shirk
has lost two, both tough ones, and
won one.
The -box score:
MUTUAL OF OMAHA
ABRHE
Ouinn, Larry, 2b. 4 110
Evans, c. 4 2 10
Billison, 3b. 4 110
Ouinn, Luther, lb. 3 2 10
Highley, If. 2 111
Riefkohl, p. 2 0 0 0
Seeley, cf. 2 0 0 0
Mans, rf. 110 0
Plain Shirts Defeat
Fancy Shirts 63-54
In BHS Track Meet
The Plain Shirts, captained by
speedy Charlie French, won both
relav events and in so doing wrap-
ed up the first track meet of the
year. The two teams came out
even in the first place points, dm
ended up with a nine point dif
ference when second and third
place markers were totaled. John
Morris and his Fancy Shirts put
up a good fight and except for a
few necessary substitutions at
crucial points could have come
out on top.
None of the performances were
outstanding, but in a few cases
could be called good for this time
in the season. Abel Lagassie with
his 5;07.2 mile can expect a much
better time in future outings when
he overcomes his slow last quar
ter.
Solly Toussieh and Doug Pajak
both reached the 20 ft. mark in
the broad jump. Dick Sc6tt turn
ed in a 2:18.2 in the 880 event and
could expect to improve with a
better finish.
Plain Sh.rts 63
Fancy Shirts 54
7. yd. HH-1. Doug Pajak (F),
2. Charles Leves (P) Time 10.2'
100 yd. 1. Charles French (P)
2. John Morris (F), 3. Phil Cage
(F) Time 10.5
Mile 1. Abel Lagassie (F), 2.
Ken Majors (P), 3. Pete Leach
(F) Time 5:07.2
4401. Dave Adams (F), 2. Ed
Suarez (P), 3. Doug Sikorsky (P)
Time 57.6
440 relay 1. French, Scott,
Toussieh, Ness (P) Time 49.0
180 LH 1. Tim Days (F) 2. Buz
Rathgebcr (P), 3. Ken McKenzie
(F) Time 23.2
8801. Dick Scott ,(P), 2. Bal Bal-bino
bino Bal-bino Caldido (F), 3. John Searcy
(F) 2:18.2
2201. Phil
Cage (F), 2. Ed
Buford Carter (F)
Suarez (P), 3
Time 25.8
Sprint Med.
Rathgeber, C.
Relay 1. Sprague,
Leves, Persingcr
(P) Time
P.V.-l.
Phil Cage
1:54.6
Lloyd Brown (P), 2.
(F), 3. Mike Beltsak
(F) 9'6"
H.J. 1.
Tim Days
Frank Leves
(F), 3. Dave
(P), 2.
Adams
(F), 5'6"
B.J. 1. S. Toussieh (P), 2. Doug
Pajk (F), 3. John Morris (FJ
SO'o'
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F., Leves
42'3"
John Snodgrass (F), 2.
(P), 3. U. Scott, (P)
d scuts 1- Charles
2. M. Schock (P). 3.
French (P)
A. Lagassie

Kredell, rf.
McBride, es.
Totals

0 0 0 0
3 0 0 0
25 8 5 1
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2 10 3
2 (1 n 0
3 2 3 1
3 0 2 0
3 0 0 0
3 0 0 1
3, 0 0 0
3 0 0 0
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Element.
ss.
cf.
Redman,
Shirk, p.
Blair, lb.
Austin, 3b.
Brians, c.
Coffin, 2b.
Halcomb, rf.
Thomas, If.
Totals
Score by Inninat
Mutual
Legion
330 2008
000 1301
Pirates 7, Elks 5
The Pirates continued to show
their power against the Elks on
Wednesday afternoon at the Mar Margarita
garita Margarita Playground as thev slam
med out six hits in the second in inning
ning inning to score seven runs, enough
for a 7 to 5 victory over Milt
Sanders' hoys.
The Elks eot away to a 3 to 0
lead in the first but the roof riv rived
ed rived in o nthem in the next inn-no
when five consecutive hits, a base
on balls, a nerror and an.itbpr
single Were good for seven runs.
Five of the runs were earned
and were charged to JarVie Sn
ders, who started for the Elks. Th"
last two were scored when Jerrv
fabon, third hasemnn. lost a ball
m the sun when Billy Acheson
threm from first to cut off a base
runner. Nicky Brooks came in tn
nut out the fire ond st0pned tin
Pirates from scoring the rest of
thr game.
Tom Mickey pitched a fine nmp
for the Pirates a he W t Eli";
''own with but five hits, two of
thorn coming in the last inninq
'vhen th lors were still fit
in? to win. The bottom of th0
winners' halting ordpr was the
-l firinc linp of the game as
Mikp Nnnley, Jim Ebdon. Evprr.
do Urrio'a. and Frank Tortoriri
soeountpd for sevpn of the (n
hits mide bv the Pirates. The only
extra has" Wnws of the game were
made hv Motta and .Sanpr of th
Elks. Panrbo setting a double and
Jackie a trinlp.
The Elks lost ? run in the firtf
inning as Nicky Brooks, who had
apparently scored from second,
was called out for interferine with
the Pirates' shortstop. Go off
Thompson, while running from sec-or-''
to third.
The box senro-
I RJRATES
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We
0 0
AS R
2 1
Sanders. Bob.
lb.
ennstoph. c.
Wibprg, If.
Wickey, p.
Thorn nson. ss.
Nunlov, of.
Ebrion, 3b.
TTrrinla. If.
Tortoriei, 2b.
Totals
ELKS
Will, rf
pabon. 3b.
Rrooks. N.. 2b-p -Sanders,
John, ss.
Motta. c.
Deboyrie, cf.
Sanders. Jack, p 2b
Acheson, lb.
Hopkins, If.
28 7 10 3
AB ?
3 0
Totals
24 5 5 1
Scere by Innlnot
Pirates
Elks
070 0007 10 3
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PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Cler R. de P. H0" f f-iiami
iiami f-iiami 1-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
jflHl' private Santa Clara Home
Guest House. Both overlook
it mi, to Beach). Home
Wns; marimba accomodate
$ Guest House 8. Playground
flighted nights! pingpong, bad badminton,
minton, badminton, archery, barbecue etc.
' Putting 9nw s w pasture
i golf in front. Your own fcehi
beach. Navy 3812.
foster cottages, between Santa
Clara and Rio Hato. New low
utes. Phone Balboa 2830.
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VALDOSTA, Ga. (UPI)-E. L.
' -ner, 95, received $5,000 from
."j insurance firm because he
ad past the paid-up date of
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railroad rail rides on 34 flat cars, so flexible that it follows
curves as the train comes off a siding. The rails were welded
by the new NCG continuous rail-welding system. Standard 39 39-foot
foot 39-foot length rails are fed into one end of a traveling welding
car and emerge at the other end as continuous ribbons of steel
on the flat-car train. Sponsors of the new system say welded
ails will save millions of dollars in track installation and main main-tanance
tanance main-tanance costs and in reduction of damage to rolling stock and
'freight caused by the "rock-and-roll" as car wheels click over
I the gaps between old-fashioned bolted rail joints.

iCommercia

Advertise in this section Ads only cost $25.50 per month
FOR INFORMATION CALL 2-0740

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FOR SALE
FR10ETTE
AIR CONDITIONER
FOR AUTOMOBILE
$270.00
RATTAN LUX
FURNITURE
Tel. 3-1293
IS NICKELCADMll M
EVERLASTING BATTERY
Foto International
155 Central Ave.
Corner "K" Street
1 block from Railroad
Station.
" -GET STREAMLINED"
the McLfvj u-ay Bod; Mmafe,
txrerclsiiiK Machine. Tuiklsn
Oath. Trained operators tor ladles
tad gentlemen Get reults
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Apartments

FOR RENT: Completely fur fur-nishew
nishew fur-nishew two bedroom apartment,
hot water, Campo Alegre, linen,
dishes. Phone 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Furnished one bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, kitchen, living
room, dining room, $85.00,
Automobile Row. Phone Balboa
4169 days. 2870 nights.
FOR RENT: Apartments and 2 2-roomi,
roomi, 2-roomi, Via Espana No 501 0-A,
$40.00 and $25.00. Phona 4 4-0051.
0051. 4-0051. FOR RENT: Well located apart apartments,
ments, apartments, furnished or unfurnished,
4th of July Avenue No. Tl-352
facing Quarry Heights tntrancc,
for information call telephone 2 2-4204
4204 2-4204 or same building, apart apartment
ment apartment No. 9.
Full day excursion
SAN BLAS
Sunday February 15
COPA twin engine
DC-3 Transport
F1DANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. 2-1661
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
C.cneral Agrnt
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates nnd information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Mnndav thru Friday
B:00 a.m. to 12:00
2:00 p.m. to 5:00
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. to 12:00
JUDSON
Super chargers
for your
Volkswagen and (ihia
M0A, Dauphine
50
more power
Cia. Istniena de
Auto Servicio, S.A.
Frangipani St
Tel. 2-1870

Automobiles

FOR SALE: 1949 Pontiae 4
door. Excellent transportation.
Cash sale $235.00. Call Panama
3-6715.
FOR SALE 1955 Fordor Ply Plymouth
mouth Plymouth Savoy Power Drive Duty
not paid one owner two new
two newly recapped tires good
spare call Balboa 2506.
Fire Due To Faulty
Wiring Claims 9
Elderly Patients I
r.t.f.N f.T.t.VN Til.. Jan 31
tnvi Officials todav tentative
ly blamed faulty wiring for a fire
which took the lives of nine per persons,
sons, persons, eight of them elderly pa
tients, when it turned a nurMU
home into an inferno of smoke and
flames.
couon nt thp dead in vester-
day's fire were invalids who were
crushed to death when flames
collapsed the roof minutes after
firemen arrived, in eignin iaiai iaiai-i
i iaiai-i oisc in a cod natient who died
on i-nnfo tn 3 hnsnital and the
ninth was a volunteer officer of'
the suburban fire department.
nffirinis said the 25-year-old
cdicpn VinilHina built in the style
of an Italian mansion, had passed
a fire safety test in, July but that
as recently as last week it had
undergone repairs for -venoaaea
electrical circuits.
Glen' Ellyn fire chief James
Rrnriv said his department consi
dered the nursing home "the most
potentially fire-dangerous build building
ing building in town."
Airicans Arrested,
Returned To Homes
In Belgian Congo
LEOPOOLDVILLE, Belgian
Congo (UPI) Native troops mo moved
ved moved through the Dendale African
sprtnr nf LeoDoldville today ar
resting non-residents and send sending
ing sending them back to their native vil villages.
lages. villages. The operation was the beginning
of a series of clean-up actions
launched by the government to
end violence in this city.
Thousands of Africans have
been floocking from the outlying
country to Leopoldville. Th e se,
plus the 30,000 Africans out of
work in the area as a result of a
recession, have kept the city in
ferment.
It started as a political uprising
Jan. 4 but since has turned into
vandalism.
Plans were being drawn to or organize
ganize organize youth camps for jobless
Africans between 14 and 18. About
5.000 more are scheduled to be
hired on public works and road
projects in the Leopoldville area.
pj o d e
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Service Personnel
Finance Your New Or
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LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new cars
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Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Aut Insurance
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Home Articles

FOR SALE: 3 Venetian blinds,
for Duplex bedrooms, good con condition.
dition. condition. Bamboo Match-stick
inches. Good condition. Lattice
drapes, 8 p a n e I s, 84 by 62
inches, and 2 panels, 84 by 36
enclosure for basement. House
1540.B or Tel. Balboa 3635.
FOR SALE: Modern furniture,
used 3 months. It is a bargain.
Call 2-2680 Mr. Flavin.
FOR SALE: Airconditioner,
York, separata condenser-compressor,
new 1 h.p. motor 110
volt $150; Fischer Spinnet piano,
full string, beautiful $450; solid
mahogany dining set, table, six
chairs, buffet, service table,
$300; No. 5407 Harrod Place,
Diablo.
FOR SALE: 2 youtli beds. ma.
hogany, excellent condition. $40,
44 Street, phone 3-0410.
FOR SALE: Solid mahogany liv liv-ingroom
ingroom liv-ingroom suite Inner spring cush cushions.
ions. cushions. Navy 3165.
FOR SALE: Furniture, includ including
ing including Chinese hand carved, maho mahogany,
gany, mahogany, and yard furniture. Also
selling power tools, power mower,
and many miscellaneous house household
hold household items. Moving, must sell.
House: 0904 Amador Road, Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Phone: 2-2916.
I BET I'VE GOT
Whatever you want! a table? A
tool chest? 5 piece bedroom
suite? Rug? Dishes? Meat tlicer
Chinese hart etf. ate. No. 52,
50th Street.
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: Lambretta scooter,
good condition $250.00. Call
Balboa 6421.

Prominent Businessmen Masterminded
$20 Million Thefts, Chief Charges

TORONTO, Ont. (UPI)- A po police
lice police chief" charged yesterday that
a group of prominent business businessmen
men businessmen masterminded a series of
Canadian robberies that netted 20
million dollars.
Authorities following r"i trail nf
stolen cash, securities and jewel jewelry
ry jewelry have made arrests in Canada,
the United States and other coun countries.
tries. countries. PoliflP Chief Wilmot Vnnrto nrhn
. - v -
was asKea to come here from
Brockviiie, Ont., to confer with
Atty. ben. Kelso Roberts, mane
the charee. He rt'.d not iHpntiiV
the businessmen, but said that he
Knew who tney were and hoped
to get enough evidence to arrest
them. He said they were in
"places of trust."
HEAD HOOP Sharalynn Cole
demonstrates the latest in hoop
spinning in Miami, Fla. The
headpiece is called the Bee Bee-Ne
Ne Bee-Ne Hoop.

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Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Hi-Fi Gerard. Beau Beautiful
tiful Beautiful tone $100.00. House 875.
Morgan Avenue, Balboa. 1951
Lincoln, duty paid $500.00,
good condition.
FOR SALE: Baby Grand piano,
in perfect condition $390.00.
DeSoto car 1952 $200.00. Call.
31 No. 4.41.
FOR SALE: Goldfishes, tropical
fishes, German canaries (guaran (guaranteed
teed (guaranteed singers) pet accessories.
ACUARIO TROPICAL PET SHOP
49 VIA ESPANA. PHONE 3 3-5411.
5411. 3-5411. FOR SALE: Quartermaster Bed
Complete, Maple Platform Roc Rocker,
ker, Rocker, Electric IBM typewriter 9x
12vand 6x9 Green Rugs. Call
Balboa 2-3782.
Boxer puppies for tale AKC.
Phone 2-4258, 6 weeks old.
FOR SALE: Registered Beagle
Puppies. Just out of quarantine.
Beautifully marked, "full black
blanket, white stockings. Call Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook 4193.
FREE RIDES
BRANTFORD. Ontario (UPI) (UPI)-Starlings
Starlings (UPI)-Starlings are slowing the clock on
the post office here by riding the
hands down from five to 25 min minutes
utes minutes past the hour and then hop hopping
ping hopping on again for the ride up
from 25 to five minutes to the
hour. Their rides last from 20
I minutes on the minute' hand to
four hours on the hour hand.
In New York, the FBI said that
six persons, including two paper
company owners, have been ar
rested in the United States in
connection with bonds stolen in
Lanada. Tne FBI said that more
than $300,000 worth of stolen Can
adian securities has been recov recovered
ered recovered in the United States.
Youne said that the biseest inh
pulled by the alleged crime syndi syndicate
cate syndicate was the 9-milI:on-dollar bur
glary of the Brockviiie Trust and
Savings Co. last May. It was be believed
lieved believed 10 have been the largest
theft in North American historv.
Roberts said that if the charges
made by Young were true "eve "every
ry "every man in the Criminal Investi Investigation
gation Investigation Bureau wjill be 1 1 r n e d
"loose", on the case.
Young charged that he busi businessmen
nessmen businessmen hired "workmen" to car carry
ry carry out the carefully planned
crimes, while keeping themselves
in the background.
He described Rene Martin, 23,
who was sentenced to 12 years in
prison for his part in the Brock Brockviiie
viiie Brockviiie burglary, as one of these
"workmen." Martin has been the
only man participating in the bur burglary
glary burglary to be arrested.
Safecrackers cut into the vault
of the Brockviiie company last
May while the firm was closed
for the week end. The same me method
thod method was used in the theft of near
ly 2 million dollars from a trust
company in Montreal in Janua
ry.
Other burglaries of similar tech technique
nique technique have included about 3 mil million
lion million dollars in securities stolen
from a bank in Outremont, a sub suburb
urb suburb of Montreal. (
Securities valued at $7,592,000
have been recovered by authori authorities
ties authorities in the Brockviiie burglary,
but bonds, cash and jewelry
worth nearly 2 million dollars still
are missing.
Besides the United States, the
stolen securities have been traced
to Switzerland and Latin Ameri-
2135
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Real Estate

FOR SALE: Lore 500 ad 1.000
meters, in the Nuevo Hi pod ro mo
Urbanixation, across the Remoa
Racetrack. All lots with street
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBarnett.
Tel. 3-2567.
FOR SALE: Lot 1,066 square
meters in the best location of
La Cresta, situated between "V"
Street and new street. For infor information
mation information please call Tel. 2-2170
from 8 a.m. to 12 noon and from
2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: i hectares located
in Cerro Ami; beautiful ocean
view, cool climate all year, cul cultivated
tivated cultivated fruit trees, cement house
built, living-dininf room, two
bedroom, kitchen and toilet.
Miami window. Phono 3-1456.
FOR SALE: Properties in Santa
Clara, 6 to choose from, all fur furnished.
nished. furnished. Prices start at $4000.
Cucalon y Cia., realtors.' Phone
3-3330.
FOR SALE: Commercial pro property
perty property on corner of automobile
row and "T" streets, nets 1 1
of your investment,' $100,000
full price 340.000, mortage for
impection. Call Cucalon y Cia,
realtors, phone 3-3330.
FOR SALE: Residence on Euse Euse-bio
bio Euse-bio Morales Ave. (El Canajreio),
3 bedrooms, living-room, dining dining-room,
room, dining-room, breakfast-room, glass cov covered
ered covered interior patio. $36,500
mortage of $9,000 inspection by
appointment only. Cucalon and
Co., realtors. Phone 3-3330.
FOR SALE: Wonderful oppor opportunity,
tunity, opportunity, level lot of fand on Golf
Heights. $3.50 square meter,
for quick sale. Cucalon & Cia.
Phone 3-3330.
FOR SALE. "Chalet, near "Co "Co-legio
legio "Co-legio Maria Inmaculada," 40th
street No. 4-75. Phone 2-1802
and 3-0243.
Boats & Motors
)
FOR SALE: lohnsen outboard
motor, 10 h.p. with Remote 6u
gallon fuel tank, extra propeller.
Phone 84-3235.
FOR SALE: 15' runabout, with
controls, raparound windshield,
has all extras, 40 h.p. motor,
Gater trailer. All like new, full
price $750.00. Will trade. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-2887.
FOR SALE: One nearly new 15
foot Fibre-glass boat mark, 25
Mercury motor with electric
starter, bargain price US $800.
Please call Panama 2-0055 or 2 2-2643.
2643. 2-2643. W f j
man, ,xr 4itj(
QUEEN AZALEA VMBonnie
Ruth Buchanan, 18, above, will
reign as Queen Azalea VI at ;
the International Azalea Festi- 1
val in Norfolk, Va, April 13-19.
She's the daughter of Wiley T
Buchanan, U.S. chief ol protocol j
and a descendant of James
Buchanan, 15th president, J
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CZJC Continues
Preparations For
Comedy-Thriller
Work is progressing steadily in
the Canal Zone Junior College on
the preparation of the smash-hit,
comedy-thriller "Murder Takes
the Stage," which will be given at
Diablo Heights Theatre the last
week in February.
"Murder Takes the Stage" is
the newest of the new in theatre
fare. It as written about and for
the "straw hat" summer theatre
circuit. The performance by the
local college drama group will be
the first non-professional perform performance
ance performance outside the United States.
A cast of six men and seven
women from the JC. class in dra
matics began work on the comedy-thriller
before the end of the
first semester. Half a dozen other
students also enrolled in the class
will be connected with the pro production
duction production in staging and producing
work.
While there are overtones of the
joys sorrows of the theatrical
profession in "Murder Takes the
Stage," the play is actually not a
completely true picture nor is it
intended to be such. There are ma many
ny many excellent characterizations and
the action is always plausible.
Thrills galore and true 'enter 'entertainment
tainment 'entertainment are promised to all j)er j)er-soris
soris j)er-soris who attend" the college pro production
duction production of "Murder Takes the
Stage," at Diablo Heights Theatre.
DOG'S BEST FRIENDS
VIENNA, Austria (UPI) Far
mer Franz Napetschnig was nuz
zled when he found his chained-
up dog munching on a 12-pound
piece of smoked pork, ,1 J ;
He informed gendarmes who
said a pack of wild hounds op operating
erating operating near the village of Diex
Auf Der Saulalpe in the Carin Carin-thian
thian Carin-thian Mountains raided a nearby
farm and took the meat to their
lonesome friend.
I AROUND
BY
Popping into the local baseball
seaenn and uridine some life to it.
the Kings took the measure of
the other three teams sumcient
times to end up as Panama s ra ra-nresentativA
nresentativA ra-nresentativA tn the Caribbean Se
ries which gets underway, in the
next week.
The Ipdpiip also did a booming
business from the point of at attendance
tendance attendance which proves that.then
the fans got what they demand
they will certainly cooperate.
"Arms Week" is beine observ
ed with a certain degree of re
gularity. Only last wecK several
thousand dollars of "ammo" and
enninmpnt wefe hflBEed. HOW the
stuff got into the country seems
to be the question.
T.ast Wednisdav evenlne a par
ty was given by Mr. and Mrs.
Adrian McCalla for their son, on
the occasion of his fifth birthday.
Enjoying the playing ot games
and serving of refreshments were
Lynn Wallace, Sonia Haskin. Che Che-rvl
rvl Che-rvl 'Mnvoll Hermina Pacheco. Eve
lia Romai'n, Judith Melbourne, A-
melia Clarke, Larlito Facneco,
Carlos Johnson, Antonio Thomas,
Orlando Novell, Reynaldo Lushing
ton, Calvin Thomas and R aul
Myers.
M. St. Darling who was
confined in th Panama Hospl-.
tal for a few days was discharg discharged
ed discharged last Friday and is now r r-cuporattlng
cuporattlng r-cuporattlng at homo.
Condolence went out during the
week to Arturo Thomas' and Mr.
and Mrs. Erving Whitfield, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Smith and Mrs.
Inez Jones on the death of Mr.
Imogene Thomas.
Friend Roy Tasco Wesley, left
for Washington and a three three-month
month three-month course.
Roy an employe of USIS for -bout
four years, specializes in
library work. There is no ques question
tion question that the opportunity afforded
him will prove to b vary valu valuable.
able. valuable. ;
Although Christinas ,. U imore

Miscellaneous

alcoholics Anonymous
DRAWER "A", DIABLO i
BOX 1 21 1. CRISTOBAL, C2.
, f H0NI BALBOA 70f
-- NURSERY SCHOOL
Monday thrw Friday,, S a. II
a.m. 2Va ytor to 5 yoani, f on on-etant
etant on-etant supervision, trantportatios)
fMvili tfn Blk Dil i,
FOR SALE: Now unpack! RCA
WHIRLPOOL 34 ton aircondi airconditioner
tioner airconditioner Motorola portable Radio
$4, Cocktail Shaker $2, Doxen
Golfballs $3, Long mirror $2,
Haiti large Rug $3. Phone BaU
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS
FOR SALE 1
Sealed1 bids,, for opening in pub public,
lic, public, will b received until 10:30
A.M., February 6, 1959, in th
office of Superintendent, Store Storehouse
house Storehouse Branch, Balboa, for Spar
Parts for: motor vehicles, drills,
engines, auto glide, lead pack pack-or,
or, pack-or, puitps, generators, ranges,
tractors and mowers; and wir wiring
ing wiring device and accessories. In Invitation
vitation Invitation No. S-59-426 may b
obtained from office of Superint- I
endent. Storehouse Branch, tela- 1
phone 2-1086. v
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY: A puppy,
Doberman pinscher. Call Panama
0397.
Domestic Employment
WANTED: Maid for general
housework must give references
Arboix Building, 5th St. Apt.
No. 8. ;
'
WANTED: Experienced cook
to work tor family and willing to
sleep in. Call Panama 4-1175.,
WANTED TO BUY: Kerosen
refrigerator, used, In perfect con condition,
dition, condition, Phone 3675, Baboa, Gar-
FIRE KILLS FIVE
KIDDERMINSTER, England -(UPI)
Five "boys and their moth
er were trapped in their homi
and burned to death yesterda:
while their father stood helples:
outside and screamed for help
Alfred Thomas Cook, 40,. wa:
taken to a hospital for treatmen
of burns and serious shock aftei
firemen arrived. The bodies o
Mrs. Cook, and the five boys rang
ing in age from 15 months to :
years were found on the secom
floor.
TOWN
TOM
than one month passed, every ic
often we still receive; some kind
of gift or memento. Although wt
are real sound sleepers and d
very little day or night dreaminj
day or night for that matter, wt
received a dream book during the
week from undertakers. Guiller
mo and Tomas Le Blanc.
Picnic plans are being movec
ahead by several organization!
planning to take advantage of the
dry season for jaunts to the in
terior of the republic. A mo n;
these are the Club Health Bu
reau, Corozal Sales Store Glut
and the St. Paul's Church group.
On this week's birthday scrol
we have Mrs. Catalina McDonald,
wife of Chesney McDonald of the
Chase Manhattan Bank, who ob
servers her birthday come Tues
day.
Also on Feb. 3 is Mrs. Ula Wil
liams. She is the wife, of Ladrick
Williams of Calle Estudiante.
Here is wishing the two genial
matrons many happy returns oi
the day. 1
Ti'. v.rntinn time for the kidc
in Panama Schools ... well, you
asked for it..., now were win pe
no resi peace of mind ... Dennis
the Menace,"'is let loos.
GRIN AND BEAR IT:
The army recently inducted
recruit of more than average li literary
terary literary education. On his first day
ot thp ramn he was utterlv ex
hausted after several hours oi
drilling.
"At ease" finally ordered tn
officer. i
"How wonderful 1 death," rant
tered the recruit
The officer turned Instantly.
xttfViA iiid that?" ho rWnanrlart
The officw turned instantly .."Who
said that?" He demanded. Tne
culprit smiled weekly and replied
"Shelly, I believa, stf.Ht (
THOUGHT PoTT0DAYt.?0n.
man's word li no man's word wt
should quigtly her both rtds.
. COfHf,

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f. FOR YOUR Valentine try this heart-shaped pie with luscious
Lmocha flllinjr. ..

A luscious mocha fillin for a
heart-shaped pie results. m a. de delightful
lightful delightful -Valentine Bay surprise
dessert, Incidentally, mocha is
very popular, Jlvor with .men.
For the message,, use a" pastry
faihe. Or eise use heavy writing

paper fortfted ln6 a cone-,'f-use

Snip off a little of the tip. leaving
1-8-inch bDeninjf. Fill con with

melted Aemi-sWeet chocolate mor mor-i'
i' mor-i' sliehtlv' cooled and1 force

through cone-to write message.
' Mocha Velentlne Pl
, (Yield: ,1 Mneh pi)
One e-ounce "tackae (l'cup)
semi-sweet chocolate morsels,' one
8-ounce package cream cheese,
softenedr V cup plus 2 tablespoons
firmly ;: packed brown sugar, 2
ahiMfirinna instant coffee. )-8 tea

spoon salt, 1 teaspoon vanilla, .2
pes, seoarated: 1 cup h e a v y

creami whipped; one 8-inch bak baked
ed baked Aeart-shaped pastry shell.
Melt semi-sweet chocolate mor morsels
sels morsels over hot (not boiling) water.
Remove from heat; cool 10 mln mln-uteB
uteB mln-uteB 'Combine and blend in mix mixing
ing mixing howl, cream cheese, 6 table tablespoons
spoons tablespoons 'of the- 'sugar,' instant cof coffee,
fee, coffee, ealt and vanilla. Beat in one
egg yolk- at a time. Stir in melted

So your husband doesn f ap appreciate
preciate appreciate you. Well, maybe you
don't "appreciate him, either;
Dd yOu ever let him knov that
yoil realize' he is carrying' quite
a load supporting a family?' j-
Do you thank him for a good
time when he takes you out in the
evening, the way you used to
thank arour dates?. : -t
Do ..sou aotice.,.when- he seem
especially tired 'and make an ef effort
fort effort to see that nothing disturbs
him,; even if it means keeping the
kids quiet?
Do you ver tell hini how nice
he IflOki when he starts off to
vok, wearing a new tie or a new
suit?
VDo;you make him feel that you
are happy with your homo and its
fuMKhifigs. instead of orcveri tell telling
ing telling him about the better' homes
and better furniture otner women
Dp yeu'ever ask his advi:e
when' SOU ,re planning on buying
a neW 4res$ or cont'&erins what
color puint tile living roojn?
Do you-manage td stretch His
pay -check as far as it will q with without
out without talking about your penny pinch
ing so that the world looks on
him as a good provider, instead
of on you as a gool manager?
Do you show genuine interest
In his Iqb a'ttd take as much pride
ihis successes' as yoi do in your
Children's accomplishments?
Do you litten with respect to his
Ideas? ' .c
Have you' taught your children
to look up to their falhor nd nip nipped
ped nipped in the bud any criticism tf
him by therh?-
Do vou acceDt his Eiits with

pleasure, instead of wondering why
fie bought you something; you
didn't -really need wnen there
were so many things that you

did?

Do you listen as attentively
when he is in a talkativj mood as
you listen to the mea you meet

socially?
Do you ever tell him you're a
lucky woman? ,

Do you '.try to .coonflratp when
he asks you to .cut .dovn little
oo Spending,', instead of, setting
any?
Do you try -to show him every

day in little ways that he is the
most important person In your
life?
If you can't pass this test with
flying colors, chances are your

husband feels taken lor granted,

too.

semi-sweet morsels. Beat egg
whites until fluffy, but got dry. Gra

dually add remaining 4 tame'
snoons suear: beat until stiff

Fold into chocolate mixture, Fold

in whipped cream. Turn into pre

pared shell. Chill until firm.- To

garnish pit, trace heart outline in
center or pie' with end' of wooden
pick. Spoon in additional whipped
cream: spread evenly inside out

line. Force additional melted semi semi-sweet
sweet semi-sweet chocolate morsels through
narrow opening of cake decorator
or paper cornucopia to write ap appropriate
propriate appropriate sentiment. Note: To bake
heart-shaped pastry shell, use 8
x lVi-inch heart-shaped layer cake
pan.

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anal Zone 5

5 Queen 3or Jke Camtval

By MARGIE ROTHROCK

fashion

A pair of glittering new shoes
is one way to pick up a tired
winter wardrobe. Try black pat patent
ent patent leather and see what it dun
for' both cloies and spirits!
The clue to 1 o o k I ng well well-dresSed
dresSed well-dresSed ties In ona word: simplic
ity. If you like eocor, wear it. But
wear it subf!y. Don't mix colors
unless you'vi a rep) flair. Wear

black if yo.rllke but highlight in

with accspsorKs that, have a
gleam. And never wear too ma

ny ornaments at once.

A price tag is not always in

dicative of quality So don't rHy
on it as a sure f.uide when you
shop for fashion. Tt's best to de

velop your own judgment.
-If youPtlihKcifie budget is sm-all,

look for simpi?, tailored things in
a sood Quality nvlon. Stay away

from cheap '.ace &rd ruffles. They

There' sometWng special about the senior class at
Balboa High School this year. It has two queens young
beauties who already have assumed their roles in reigning
over Panama's gayest event of the year, the Carnival.
' Blonde, grey-blue eyed Carol Ann Dimpfl (you say it
Dim-full) .is the Canal Zone's first queen to participate in
Panama's Carnival. 1
Her classmate and fellow queen, Renee Tercos, has
been named as Panama's choice for the festivities. She is
a pert brunette with eyes to match.

Queens Car6I and Rehee; with
officials of the Zohe and Panama,,
presided at a flag-raising ceremo ceremony
ny ceremony Thursday, afternoon in the
small park across from the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Clubhouse.
The Carnival banner will. fly
there during the next two weeks,
an invitation to 2onians to join
the merrymaking and frolic in
Panama City for the four-day,
non-stop party.
Beautiful,, as well as moral, sup support
port support will accompany Carol as she
makes the frantic rounds of cere ceremonies,
monies, ceremonies, presentations and parties
which are part of Carnival. Her
court, all Balboa High students,
Includes Diane Vestal. Melissa
Downing, Irene Michaelis, Judy
Meyers and Sally Sack.

Carol's well-proportioned physic physical
al physical attributes' have brought other
regal titles. She was her school's
Christmas Formal queen, and al also
so also .has reigned as Frolic queen.
Seventeen-year-old Carol Dimpfl
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Dimpfl of Curundu. She is
a native Zonian, .born in Colon

detract? from the
slips and (;owns.

appearance of

Wire hangers 'ire. not ideal for
your clothe. They tend to make
clothes stretch and sag ou of
shape. So discard them is they
come from the diy cleaner's and
buy padded hangers at a depart department
ment department store.

Children With Birth Defects Need
Special Help, Advises Dr. Rivers

By PATRICIA McCORMACK
NEW YORK (UPD- This is

about so-called "birth-defect" ba-

bies."There are 250.000 such in

fants born in the United States
each year. Some die at birth or
soon after but many live.

For those who survive, and their

parents,, life can be hard -r-but
sometimes we ourselves add to the
pain." 5- .';- ; "' "'

Maybe you Know such a cmm.

A boy or a girl with palsy. A
tot with only one ear or one hand
or a twisted foot or leg. What

happened to make them so? I
According to Df. Thomas Riv Rivers,
ers, Rivers, parents, neighbors and -relatives
must first of all accept that
there is no stigma attache e'1 ''r
to the child or its family when
nature doesn't stick to its usual
blueprint.
It is suspected that something
made nature's complex reproduc reproduction
tion reproduction machinery zig when it should
have zagged during the months
preceding birth, Rivers said.
The National Foundation, of
which Dr. Rivers is medical di director,
rector, director, is engaged in research
aimed at pin-peinting the causes
of these defects, so that some day
they may be prevented.
Right now "we all can help to
clear the air about malformed ba babies,"
bies," babies," he said, making these
points!
v If there's one "birth defect"
baby in a family, mothers and
dads should be discouraged from
fearing needlessly that subse subsequent
quent subsequent children will be similarly af af-fliated.
fliated. af-fliated. German measles, powerful
drugs, narcotics, excesses of al alcohol,
cohol, alcohol, extensive X-ray and pro prolonged
longed prolonged operations under heavy an anesthesia
esthesia anesthesia during pregnancy are

among suspected causes of birth
defects.
Through rehabilitation, many
malformed babies can be helped
to become useful and productive
adults, for rehabilitation is "much
more of a miracle than many of
the so-called miracle drugs."
-Families should seek the bene benefits
fits benefits that modern medicine and
surgery can provide for these chil children.
dren. children. ,' n

Maturity! Joesn't mean a wo woman
man woman stops, a beauty routine. Each
year it u more Important that the
have a coiffure that is becoming,
uses special creams to kejp her
complexion clear and soft and has

enough exercise to keep her as

trim as possible,

A facial massage leaves the skin

look better. A simple massage can

be done while you wash your face
with a soap and water or are

creaming it. Massage with a cir

cular motion from the neck up upward
ward upward but avoid rub-bring briskly

around the eyes because the skin

is more tender there.

A shampoo does little good If

you continue to, use a dirty comb
and brush. -As part of a home

hampoo routine, clean combs

and brushes throughly before
washing your hair. Also, change
your pillowcase and keep your
headscarvei clean. This simple
cleanliness trick actually can
mean more time between shampoos.

Young Students Are Keyboard "Guinea Pigs

By PAtRICIA MCCORMACK

' Nv.w vrinirnpn "Hittina

the books". t also means hitting.

type-writer keys for some very
special fourth and fifth graders
in SO Illinois, New York and Mas Massachusetts
sachusetts Massachusetts schools.
. The children are using typewrit typewriters
ers typewriters during class in connection
with research directed, by educa educators
tors educators from Boston University, ,Co ,Co-Jumbia
Jumbia ,Co-Jumbia University, Teacher Col Col-Ufa
Ufa Col-Ufa and th rrnivrttv M Tillfinlj

The purposes;. to deterroin,, ihe

iwiuoBct i. orpewriiet use oo puu puu-jdationel
jdationel puu-jdationel ievelopme,nt & elejitent-.

y At the hd of the school year,
achievements of th tyiwrls
ing children will b compared
T' Hb Hwm .ef aMldreit' of the
m who did nor use typo
Writers, n

! Dr. iiwrence W. Erickson, pro pro-feasor
feasor pro-feasor of education at Columbia,
said fourth or fifth grader can
write about '12 .. words a minute
with a pen or pencil.
"Because children of this age
are so concerned with, the me mechanics
chanics mechanics of permanship, writing is
a clumsy and: slow process,"
Erickson said.

"Earlier research has demo-

strated that 10 and ll-rear-oldi

can learn to, type by the touch
system, but this is the first time

tha children in so many differen
school systems have a typewriter
of t,hir desks' for use during the
entire school 4tf."
' Dr." Donald D. Durrell.' torofea-

sor of educatiori at Boston Univer

sity, another of the experts direct

ing the experiment, sua "type

writing should prove especially

useful to bright pupils working at

advanced tasks. It should be equal
ly advantageous to the child who

is poor in reading, spelling and

TV. lllCU CA1 VDDlVUl
"Quality and speed of hand handwriting
writing handwriting Is, of course, of concern
to us during the experiment. But
possibly the neatness of type typewritten
written typewritten work w!H encourage im.
orovement In handwriting."

The- research- is supported by
grants from the Royal MacBee
Corp. Philip M. :Zenner, president

ef the firm, said "we believe it is
our place as a maior manufactur

er of typewriters to take the lead
in providing financial -support, for

this completely scienunc ana pro
fessional study."

. Portable typewriters assigned to

the children wiegn seven and one

half .pounds vvThei itudents may
take them home, after school for

homework., ,,,..

Hospital. Her father is a civilian

employe fqr the Army, and her

moiner now worxs wiin iauo ai
Fort Clayton.
Carol has visited inv the States

three times, but has yet to see
het first snowfall. She probably

will have that opportunity next
fall, when she is due to enter col college.
lege. college. Her sister, Joan, is a freshman
student at Oberlin (Ohio) College.
They are hoping to attend eifher
the same or nearby colleges next
year.
She has chosen home economics
possibly dietetics, as a field to
follow in higher education. At
Balboa High this term she is tak taking
ing taking Latin, American Government,
English Composition and drama.
Carol says she enjoys helping
at home with the housework and
cooking, but has no culinary spe speciality.
ciality. speciality. For recreation, she e n j o v s
swimming and horseback riding
"when I have time." She will not

admit to having a regular boy
friend. She is petrless and hobby-

less.
The Dimpfl family attends the
First Baptist Church in Balboa.
In spite of the feverish activity
surrounding Carnival preparation's

Carol has managed to maintain
scholastic average. She has alrea already
dy already figured out how she can sand sandwich
wich sandwich homework between school

'1
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MISS CAROL ANN DIMPFL

hours and Carnival events during
the big show. Just when she will
sleep has not yet been resolved.'
Since she was named Miss Can Canal
al Canal Zone, in the Central Theatre
Judging, Carol has ..been' ttfking
instructions in the natve Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian dances, which play such
a prominent part in the Carnival
entertainment. The qucnly hon
or caught her without the tradi traditional
tional traditional "potleta, but she. has bor

rowed an appropriate costume.
The first b'g social event of
her reign is Friday night, the
Elks' dance in Balboa On suc successive
cessive successive days she will lead coro coronation
nation coronation ceremonies at the Tivoli
Guest House, then join other
queens for Pollera Day, Costume
Day and Comparsa Night.
All in all, it looks like Miss
Dimpfl, a pretty eyeful, will have
her- hands full.

NF.w YfiRX (NEAi What

happens io a woman who once up

on a time covered muraer iriais
for a metropolitan newpaper?

Well, if it is someone life New

Yorker Hannah Simons, she
writes children's stories.

Mitt Simons sees no reason lor
raised eyebrows as she discusses

her rough-ana-trumoie reparun
background a4 her preent avo avocation.
cation. avocation. "After all," sha says, "I believe
wriiine for children is the same as

hp-mi? a rpoorter. Both iobs call

for curiosity, humor and accura

cy."
Actually, she made up charm charm-ins
ins charm-ins stories for he: son and the

neighborhood children when her

son was very young. JNOw mat ne
is 15, "he's a little embarrassed
by it all."
However, he is proud when his
classmates ask for autographed
copies of mother's "Elihu, the Mu Musical
sical Musical Gnu" for their younger bro brothers
thers brothers and sisters.
How Hannah Simons got into the
children's field is of interest to all

would-be writers.
"While in Florida several years
ago, I told my son a story about
pelican. When 1 heard another
child reciting, it, I 'thought I had
better wrhe it down. Why? Be Because
cause Because chldren are the hardest au audience
dience audience to please. .ihey insist on
no changes and are so precise.
For tnese demanding reasons
sho nrnnnsAH a revolution in pub

lishing nouses. They all should
have a child as a consultant on
childres's books.
It may hurt, she admits, but a
child will ive a straight trom-the
shoulder opinion on a s.ory.
Parents who aire worried about
their children reading poorly
should take stock. Too many
ptrents, Miss Simons ieels, use
TV as a babysitter and neglect
reading to their youngs.ers.
Incidentally, publishers are
seeking manuscripts aimed at
children. According to the Chil Children's
dren's Children's Book Council, 1,400 new
titles were published in 1958. An
increase in population is a big
factor in this field's growth, but
so is increased interest, says
Joanne Foster of the council.
With missiles and 'satellites
banging awiay at outer space it
looks as through the dragon and
the shining knight may be going
out of style. However, Miss Foster
feels a balance has been establish established
ed established between the fairy, t ale and
-,riiai stftrips. But the editors at

Whittlesey House juvenile division

of McGraW-HlU, disagree, iney
t jv thoro is a ile'initfe shift from

fen asy to fact mainly because of

the poor coverage ot taciuai ma materials
terials materials in past years.
, rrArrm oM-tino thnnuffn manu-

scripts uch a Hannah Simona

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By Robert Martin J

-Ifi none of your business," was teUjiim you were gettting

he said, "But we were a

three days ago in Kentucsy.
dra's brother went along as best
"Tfcen the full amount of the
trust fund is no .v yours?
. "So Father 'old you about
frat," he aid bitterly. "That s all
he e'tres a'jout the money."
"Why didn't ou tell him you
were married?"
"He'll find out soon enough. I
eent a photostat copy of the cer certificate
tificate certificate to the bank in Detroit.
Thev'l! notify him."
f "He's your father,'' 1 said gent gentry.
ry. gentry. "The least you could have done

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married."

He shook his head stubbornly.
"He'd have just tried to stop us,
ranso more trouble. He's caused

prion sh already, trying to break

Mother's will, attemp.ing to get

eon trol of the trust fund. He's

sauandered everything else away

even our home in Detroit but

Mother was smart enougi- to look

ahead and set aside this money

for me. If he hadn't acted the

way he has, I might have waited

until I was 25 beiore marrying

Sandra, and he would have auto automatically
matically automatically received half the fund.

But Sandra didn't want to wait

and nei'.her did I.

"Your wife knew about the

terms of the mist agreement?"

"Of course. There are no se-

rrpts between us

"And now your father is out in

the cold without a ceiu.'
"Of course not. No matter how
he-he treated my mother, he's
still my father. I've instructed
the bank to send him $200 a month
for life."
"He can't live on that not the
wav he's been living."
His nviith set stubbornly.

"He'll have la. Sandra say it's

plenty for an old man. He wont
starve."

"Sandra says?" I said, thinking
that no matter what my opinion
of Hugo Howell, he was still my

rlipnt. "Who's the boss? You or

vour wife?"

His eves flashed and he said

hotly, "My mother earned it!, If
it hadn't been fJr her, he would
have spent it long ago, on gam gambling
bling gambling and drilling." He tood a me menacing
nacing menacing step toward nfe. "And 1
don't like your remark about San Sandra."
dra." Sandra." "Sorry," I said, watching him.
I was a full head taller than he,
but he .was built like a fullback
and I didn't want any scuffling
with him. "I guess there's noth

ing more to say. Goodbye. Wayne.
"Get out," he said, and he
didn't add "sir."

When I reached the path at the
edge of the woods I turned and
looked back. He was still standing

in the sunlight watching me. Be Behind
hind Behind him the screen door opened

and the woman v came out. She
suit.

I paused to light a cigarette,
and as I did so I caught a flash

of something white ahead of me,
It was along the path on my right,

beside a clump of low evergreens.

I drew on the cigarette and stroll

ed along the path and when I was
abreast of the evergreens I moved

mv eves without turning my

head.
T saw a slim brown ankle and

white buckskin moccasin beneath

the low trunk of one of the ever

pwcns. I stemmed quickly off the

path and flur c tack a thick brenih
of blue-green pine needles.
Honey Campbell, the daughter

of the chief of police lnaKetpon,

I t out a statled littlefgasp and

stared at me with fear ih har love
ly eyes.
(TO BE CONTINUED
NEXT WEEK)

Inter-American solidarity and
unity were stressed during the
Agricultural and Economics Fair
presented at Escobal by the
Agricultrual Department, of the
jovince of Colon Jan. 23 24 and
25.
The fair, under the direction of
Hemy Simons Quiros, chief of the
Agricultural Department, Alber Alberto
to Alberto t. Aloa, uuectoi of the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus Fair Department, nighhght nighhght-ed
ed nighhght-ed the importance of research and1
exploitation in various fields which
bolster economic and agricultural
progress.
In the field of medicine, several
booths were on display. One was
devoted to the control and eradi eradication
cation eradication of malaria and yellow fe fever.
ver. fever. Itwas divided into two sections.

In one section specialists ex explain
plain explain yellow fever-and its symp symptoms,
toms, symptoms, while others administered
yellow fever immunizations to the
public. In the other section of the
booth the historical background of
malaria was presented.
The mosquito responsible for
the transmission of malaria in
Panama was shown in the form
of a giant replica made of wood.
There were pans full of water
showing the various stages of
the life cycle of the insect.
' The mosquito, it was shown, is
merely a carrier and not the di direct
rect direct cause of the disease. It just
happens to be- the only one of its
species which can pick mala malaria
ria malaria one person and inject it into
another.

Two of the men most involved

in the research for the control of

malaria and yellow fever are Drs.

Reynaldo -Diaz and Morises Be Be-renguer,
renguer, Be-renguer, who declare:

"We have proof that by a farm

er being healthy his farm will

prosper thus assiting the agricul

tural and economic progress of tne

nation and perhaps of the world
for a mosquito knows no bound

aries and recognizies no govern government
ment government as its ov.a".

This department is most com

monly known throughout the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus as SNEM and it will continue

as it has for the last five years,

toexplore and arsist those in the
remote areas of the Interior aided
directly and indirectly by similar

organizations m the Western he

misphere in the ever present strug struggle
gle struggle for a better and more inteli-

gent community.
Another popular booth was that
of SICAP (The Cooperative Inter Inter-American
American Inter-American Agricultural Service of
Panama). The booth which was
under the direction of Bernardo
Ocano, director of the extension,
Colon, assisted by Bet E. Despain
Agricultural Extension Advisor
and E. Pedro Lezcano of the Soil
Section of SICAP. present ed

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RAISING OF THE PANAMANIAN FLA sets off the events at the Escobal County Fair. Local lrls 'Tollera" were guests of honor.

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SWEEPING UP FROM THE HELL BELOW...

hate at her helm... death
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war prize of the Pacific!

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Co-Starring
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ANM-G-M PICTURE

U.S.-Philippines
Relations Hot So
Bad As They Seem
MANILA, Jam 31 (UPI) -Two
top Filipino leaders have given
assurances that Philippine -U.S.
relations are not so bad as the

shouting would indicate.
No less than President Carlos P.
Garcia said that the cordial ties
between the two countries have

not "deteriorated" in the face oi
their numerous problems.
And Philippine Ambassador to

Washington Carlos P, Romulo re
nnrted to the Senate Foreign Re

fations Committee that the U.S.
dismites.

me major proDiems mciuae ine
revision of the Philippines-U. S.
military bases pact, the increase of

special import tax on American
Eoods and U.S. indifference to

crant develonment loans.

Time Magazine s "nnucai arucie
on the Garcia administration drew

loud protests from all government
quarters. Time correspondent

James Bell was denied a visa to
eome here.

Bell was refused a visa the

Philippines Consul General in
Hong Kong on grounds of allegedly

"maligning" the jnnpino resi resident
dent resident in several Time Magazine ar articles.

"Bell Is persona non grata to
some Filipinos," said President
Garcia whom Bell described as

'luxury loving."

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some interesting factors in soil play were Mrs. Josefina Alba, na

conservation, curing and methods

of growing bigger and better pro-

duels.

In the canter of the fair
grounds was a cute little house
made of bamboo rods with a
thatched roof. In this hous

l,there was a allkay and two

bed room. In one oedroom was an
excellent bed Made of bamboo
with knitted covers. In the
other was a baby crib, hanging
from the ceiling and gently
swaying to and fro by the light,
cool broze floating In through
the open window.
Across the hall was the living

room with three hand-made bam bamboo
boo bamboo chairs and a coffee tible de

corated with a bouquet of lovely

artificial flowers and palms.

Opposite the living room the

work chamber with one of the least

likely but adequate washing

machines of modern times

The kitchen sink was made up

of tivo pans inmprovisd of two tins
about 2 ft. square for washing and

raising dishes.

Highlighting all the efforts of the

women of Escobal who built th

house and itscomoonents unaided

was aclav stove, baked hard and
perfectly symmetrical in three sec

tions: 1. The chimney made of
five-galon cans, one atop the other
2, The cooking spaces, three for

pots and pans with five-gaiion can
lids for covers and another space
slightly larger for baking 3. The
ash reserve and cleaning equip equipment,
ment, equipment, all hand-made ffom bamboo
palms and empty Cans.
A big advance in the Home
Economic Division w demonstrated-
in this one small display.

The efforts of the ladies were,
much admired by Alberto Boyd.i
Minister of Agriculture Commer

ce and Industry. Primarily respott

Isible for the success of the dis-

tional leader oi the Home De

monstration Program and Miss
Ethyl Halloway, US Home Econo Economics
mics Economics Advisor.
Last but not least was the ve

getable and animal sections, de-

mostrating purification, sanita sanitation,
tion, sanitation, husbandry, disease control,
cures and as a last resot, exter extermination.
mination. extermination. The extermination of parasites
with insecticides and the research
being conducted to produce better
and stronger insecticides, were
explained.
In the Animal section the con constant
stant constant fight against the hoof and
mouth -disease was stressed.

Various methods to detect the

disease and to prevent its spread spreading
ing spreading here described.
It was txptained that there Is
no cure as yet discovered for
the disease and its best method
of control is by extermination
of those animals already affect-
d. This department has had a
though assignment and "-wilt
continue to have one until there
is a direct control to stop the di
sease besides killing off all the
1. animals. N
As one employe put It: "Hqw do
you explain to a farmer who has
worked all his life, eiven every

thing for the two cows and a bull
which he owns, that he must kill

the bull to save the cows."

And so. the fair was over, the

awards presented and everyone

was packing up trying to beat the

rain home from t,scoDai. me cu

rious the interested and the mer

ry-makers continued on to the
dance celebrating the successful

after fair.

The young went to their games

the old and tired to their favorite

Chairs. The people of Escobal held
their nrond hetds high. The oarti-

cipants in the fair were tired,

but ten a sense oi accompusn
ment.

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DR. MORESES BEEKiGUBR explains, the typical"" posture position 'of thetMalariarfcarrying mosqui mosquito
to mosquito in Panama to two-high school students from Co Ion during the Agricultural. andEconomics Fair at

Escobal,

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Grim Groundhog
Poses Problem
SHOULD Qroundhog Day be a holiday? The
groundhog at right thinks bo and he's sounding
off about It to a group of imps who are cavorting
among the branches of a stately walnut tree. For
one .thing, aays this fine furry specimen, there Isn't
a groundhog going who wouldn't rather spend six
more weeks In a warm, cozy bed than take a chance
on freezing his whiskers outside. For another, why
should a- groundhog stick his neck out predicting
weather,"" when air he gets In return is ridicule?
At least 10 Imaginary beings showing various
degrees of. sympathy and amusement are hidden in
the picture. How quickly can you find them?
Read Mystery Message?
' OA UNTERING SARAH, walking down the street,
found a sheet of paper bearing the following
unusual note:
am not Paid
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looking notb
Thinking It was a cipher message, Sarah carried
it swiftly to the police. A member of the depart department
ment department recognized it immediately as a letter-rebus,
perhaps sent by one puzzllst to another, and read
it without difficulty. t
Can you figure out what it says?
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There's Nothing to This One
The snm of four numbers In value should be
Above seven, thousand nine tiundred and ninety,
three.
But when they are halved, -as you see very plain,
Their sum Is nothing. Now this mystery explain.
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A KIND of col-
oring puzzle
that la distinctly
not child's play
is illustrated at
right. The prob problem
lem problem Is to color
the group of 64
small squares
with four differ different
ent different colors in
such a way that
four color designs
are formed, each
consisting of 16
squares and ex exactly
actly exactly of the same
formation.
Names of the
colors to be used
are indicated by
the letters B, Y,
R and G, in four
of the squares.
They, of course,
mean Blue, Yel Yellow,,
low,, Yellow,, Red and
Green.
In working out
each of the four

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77 75 7? Id 27 22 23 2V
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Cryptarithmtic Tester
DIGITS In this division problem have been re replaced
placed replaced with letters. When solved, the letters
representing the digits 1 to 9, will spell the name
of a well-known novelist. Object, of course, is to
replace letters with figures.

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Hint: In the second product, P times P equals P.
What is the only number that when multiplied by
Itself gives the number?
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SEX WHEELS IN MOTION FOR A DIP?

' V PAT PENDQ'S anti-splash iKAJ VT
' -a y 's dog-washing machine is 7X Jil
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" Vj LC viously about to undergo another 0 y Ml M It w
yji dip- Assumlg the rope in Pat's L fitlfl in
f ) ( Ps$Xl hand "dictates rotation of the f J
V y three Interlocking gears, see if SK.,- 1"- W H
"7s, 1 you can determine whether the ,y
t 1 roPe mu8t now be pulled or re- ,T'
''jjr leased In order to lower Rover
, s 1 yvA lnto the tub-
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You Be the Doctor

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Vv appetite wear a plaid vest
' or coats? -namo
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shown In operation above. Rover,
suspended above the tub, Is ob obviously
viously obviously about to undergo another
dip. Assuming the rope in Pat's
hand 'dictates rotation of the
three interlocking gears, see if
you can determine whether the
rope must now be pulled or re released
leased released In order to lower Rover
Into the tub.
Naturally, we must also as assume
sume assume that gears and counter counterweights
weights counterweights function properly and
that ropes do not slip.
The question here again is this:
Must the rope at left be pulled
or released In order to set wheels

In motion to lower the dog Into
the tub?
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HIEN each of
" the guests
at a gathering of
mat hematicians
was asked to con contribute
tribute contribute an Idea
for a game or di diversion,
version, diversion, one of
the visitors based
his suggestion on
this design (see
right) which was
apparent in the
tile floor.
Inviting each

of 25 guests to play, the leader distributed slips of
paper numbered from 1 to 25.
"Now," he said, "when I call your number, you
each go and stand on the particular tile I Indicate.
First, I'll call out all the odd numbers."
He did this, and all these guests found them

selves standing on the center tiles bearing the cir circular
cular circular patterns. The mathematician then arranged
the rest of them, and at the end, asked them to
total up their numbers along each row, In both
directions, and also along both diagonals. Their
' surprise was complete, for in every case the total
was the same. How did he arrange the guests, and
what was the total?
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True or False Teasers
TRUTH is stranger than fiction, 'tis said, but not
necessarily in the following test. See if you can
point out If each of the statements Is true or false.
1. A square Is a rectangle.
2. Earth Is the moon's satellite.
8. New York and Madrid are at approximately
the same latitude,
4. A Cornish hen is a guinea hen.
5. The ukulele is a native Hawaiian Instrument.
6. Nature's most predominant color next to
green Is red.
7. Sir Walter Scott was a Scotsman.
8. A day on the moon Is longer than a day on
the earth.
9. Oysters are edible all year 'round.
10. No one knows definitely when glasses were In Invented.
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Repeat Thrice Without Fail?
O EPEAT the following sentence aloud three times
rapidly without tripping your tOngue:
Ferguson stood at the door of Fargus' fish-sauce
shop welcoming frolicsome seamen ashore.

actly alike in size and shape, in include
clude include in each design the square
that bears the initial letter which
indicates the color to be used.
Thurs the square numbered 37,
which contains the letter B, falls
in the design of 16 squares which
are to be colored blue.
After you have solved this, try
working out another classic poser
with crayons or colored pencils.
Draw a design having 11 rows of
11 boxes each, or 121 in all. Now,
using 11 different colors, color 11
of the boxes with each of the
crayons so that no color appears
twice in any vertical, horizontal
or diagonal row.
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Optical Illusion
T TPON a piece of plain, bright
red paper, draw the outline
of a house, flower, or other ob object.
ject. object. Cut out the drawing and
mount it on a piece of plain
white paper. Hold this sheet of
paper in one hand and In the
other hand a similar sheet of
white paper. Gaze steadily at
the white paper with the design
for about 20 seconds. Then Im Immediately
mediately Immediately transfer your gaze to
the blank sheet of paper and you
will see the drawing appear
there in another color.

Well Seasoned Pair of Words

A PAIR of fla fla-v
v fla-v o r s o m e
words (well
known in the art
of cookery) have
3een skeletonized
in the diagrams
at left and below.
You are asked to
restore mis sing
letters.
To begin play,
copy all letters
now showing in
the empty space

or spaces directly below them. At top left, for In Instance,
stance, Instance, place M in the single blank below it, S in
the three blanks, etc. Then, using a system of trial
and error, insert

m s a d

additional letters
to form shorter
horizontal words
as dictated by re remaining
maining remaining blanks.
Trial letters are
Inserted In all
blanks of vertical
rows, as before.
Desired le 1 1 e r s
will function in
all horizontal
words, including
the top or key

words which are those you are asked to identify.
It is not necessary to fill In the entire lower
diagrams to determine the key words, but It is
Interesting to note how many smaller words serve
to make up the larger ones.
One possible solution for each problem Is pre presented
sented presented below,
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HELP FIGURE OUT THIS NAME

TF YOU can give
the answers to
the seven arith arithmetic
metic arithmetic problems
shown in the dia diagram
gram diagram at right,
you can help find
a famous name.
The answer to
each problem
takes the form of
a number, of
course. After you
have found each
number, count off
that many letters
in the alphabet:
For example 1
is A, 2 Is B, 3 is
C, etc. Then write
the seven letters
in order to find
the name.
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Its Your Move

PUSSv'HLOVV is having some
fun with a playmate that
rarely shows this much courage
when kittens are around. On the
other hand, this same creature is
noted for 'lightening elephants
and causing 'adies to stand on
chairs. You've probably guessed
the creature's Identity, but to
cheek the answer, simply draw a
continuous tine from dot 1 to dot
2 to dot 3, etc., until you have
touched at all of the numbers.
Where two numbers are beside
ona dot; use the dot for both.
Afterwards, you may wish to add
appropriate colors with colored
pencils or crayons.

Word Square Poser
LETTERS of the five words,
RIVER, VICES. COUNT,
ALICE and ALONE can be used
to form a word-square. With cer certain
tain certain letters Inserted in their
proper positions as a starter, see
how quickly you can complete It
C x x x L
X X X X X
X X I X I
X X X X X
L x x x 8
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By Eugene Sheffer
HORIZONTAL
1 Tue 18th book of the Old
Testament.
4 Valley where Achan and his
possessions were destroyed
(Josh. 7:26)
9 Greek Island.
14 Anecdotes.
15 American Jurist.
18 One of David's mighty men
2 Sam. 23:25)
17 The spider spina this.
18 Bitter vetch.
19 Lining of the iris.
21 Near.
22 Measure of length.
24 He and his offerings were re respected
spected respected by the Lord (Gen. 4:4)
25 Wartime agency (abbr.)
28 House passage-ways.
28 Jesus found these being sold
in the temple (John 2:14)
29 Profit
30 Plant of lily family.
31 Typographers.
33 The cotton
34 Metalliferous rocks.
35 Joined together.
38 Indcf.nite article.
39 Verlly.
40 ATetal of the gate into the city
where the angel led Peter
(Acts 12:10)
41 Bchold.
42 Re-fastens.
44 High cards.
45 Struck.
48 Left helpless.
48 Ship's officer.
49 Woe, is me.
61 Rambles1.
63 Made hole through.
53 Title of address.
54 Favorites.
55 Fall.
68 Samarium (abbr.)
57 Nimrod's father (Gen. 10:8)

58 Gardening tool
59 Cyprinoid fish.
62 Where Saul's witch lived (1
Sam 28:7)
64 Ezra proclaimed a feast at this
river (Ezra 8:21)
66 When Is the day of salvation?
(2 Cor. 6:2)
67 Grasp.
68 Illustrious.
69 To the light
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1 God made an opening In this
to givi water to Samson (Judg.
15:19)
2 Single unit.
3 The men of this place made
Succoth-benoth (2 Ki. 17:30)
4 Copycats.
5 Program or menu.
6 Possessive pronoun.
7 Upon.
8 One of the tribes of Israel
(Num. 1:21)
9 Blind.
10 Wing.
11 Note in the scale.
12 Relative of the giraffe.
13 The devil.
20 Hazarded.
23 Malt beverage.
24 Central part of anything.
25 Hop kiln.
26 Mother of Ishmael (Gen. 18:15)
27 Straighicii.
28 Son of Jcrhhmeel (1 Chr. 2:25)
29 Wide7 smile.
31 Foretells.
32 Son of Seth (Gen. 4:26)
34 Hebrew measure.
36 Choicest part.
37 Was overly fond of.
39 River-Islands.
40 Frosts.
43 Russian rUler.
44 Annexes.
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45 Dwelling unduly on.
47 Brother of Joel (1 Chr. 11:38)
48 Low.
49 Beasts of burden.
50 Climbing plant
52 Food.
54 Chaste.

55 Bird of peace.
57 Father of Anub (1 Chr. 4:8)
58 Head covering.
60 Female antelope.
61 Female sheep.
63 Pit-fix: douole.
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