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

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

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Pleases President

THOMASVIULE, Ca, Feb.

hower beartied today with pleasure reports from Cape Ca

naveral that firing of the big

pletely successful" in demonstrating the workabilityof the

first stage of the intercontinental missile.

The president .before starting out on his third day of

quail shooting at the estate of
Ceorge M. Humphrey, received
n yesterday's Titan shot
Press secretary James C. Ha
jerty said the shot was a cora-
jtetely successful firing of 1 the
5rst stage" covering its planned
pest distance of more than 200
miles. He said" the! President was
'pleased and welcomed the je-
ports," -m ; v1 : ('" '. i'r.
Eisenhower also receivea news
irom Secretary of State John Fos-
t Dulles on his xecent London
alks with British Prune Minis-
er Harold Macmuian, uuues
ave. the President a preumina-
y report on the British talks ear-
Queens Crowned;
"f "f" 1 '-T--"
Nlera parade
IhtAfteriicon
Thrpe Isthmia Queens wece
crowned a,t the capital city's sta statural
tural statural last Night. Another receiv receiv-ed
ed receiv-ed her coronet in Colon. Queen
Korita I of the Gold .Coast and
Dueen Renee l- of :- Jfaoama are
lha tnn ladies of their eaily deck
ed cities for the next, three days.
Among otner ; queens v crowneo
fa the fanfare were Queen -Carol
of the. Carnal Zo&e; Queen Ani Ani-ta
ta Ani-ta I of the Chinese Colony;
Queen Aida I of El Panama Hil Hilton
ton Hilton and Queen Vilma l of the U U-oion
oion U-oion Club; -' ;
Gala parties at which many
guests wore evening dress were
held at many clubs and hotels
aE over the Isthmus and ia the
Interior Toldos flso did tiiriv tiiriv-Ing
Ing tiiriv-Ing business.
The litxt tvtnt for the four four-day
day four-day Carnival Is, this afternoon's
informal poller 'paradt eentjri
ing alon Cntrl Ayewt. To.
day there, will be no reitrie reitrie-tions
tions reitrie-tions en Avonuo' traffic, but
many revelers will celebrate en
foot.'"";.'
From about S p.m. on wiU Jbe
the best time to watch. Many Zo Zo-nkina
nkina Zo-nkina are olannine to Dark in the
area of Tivoli Guest House and
then J. walk o"er to loia'v the
crowds. Color 'photographers are
stocKingup on.ium. 5
- Toaieht Dolleras-iand for men
montunos will be the favored
dress for dancing but many
women, will weai1 montuhas. To
morrow nirfiL.' various costumes
will be worn. And the same is
true of the final day and evening
of Tuesday. 2
rofficfalylSietday -is eomDarsa
day when groups .parade and
dance alike or to represent a sin.
glS colorful theme. ,v
"The highlight of Tuesday, the
big day of Carnival is the parade
to start from El Panama Hilton
at'' 3' p.m. '.' ... vti?5
at -will move along via, Espana
to Justo Arosemena Avenue,
cross the railroad tracks, at the
station Snd continue down Cen Central
tral Central Avenue to Cathedral Plaza.
U From the Oaithedr,al the line of
Inarch is to Avenue A and thence
to jthe limits and 4th of July Ave-;
tue.-- .; -.' v -:
, "" y v.-; ". '-
rroceedihg along fhe bternation bternation-boundary
boundary bternation-boundary when 4th of July be becomes
comes becomes Tivoli Avenue, the parade
will pass Tivoli Guest House and
urn back into Panama and onto
National Avenue (Avenida de la
. ssa at" Tivoli Crossing. It will
i ,roceed to the rstadiuip to dls dls-j
j dls-j .and.-f.C.-.-:--. .v (""
J About 10 v. float arranged .by
ho Carnival Junta will tako
Mrt in Tuesday's parade.
There will alto be scoros. ef
,' acorattd vohicle will be el
owtd In tho pirado.1 J ',"..:
Canal Zone: Sfamllies 1 wishing
see the. parade soon after it
arts often find it; convenient to
irk early on oie o' the Bella
vista side streets off Justo Aro Aro-..sernena
..sernena Aro-..sernena Avenue in the 30i or '40s
and walk over to the parade
-route as the...fioata approach.'

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f (UP) President Eisen
Titan war rocket was
former Treasury Secretary
a report from Washington
lier this week before -going on to
Paris and Bonn. ',
Haeerty said the second report
on London was sent' by Dulles
from Paris before he left for
West Germany.
Dullot is schoduled back In
Wcthington oarly next wak
and prosumably will givt El-
seiihower hit reports In parson
on hit conferences with French
and German loaders.
Although the. weather was fine
and- the hunting eood. the Presi
dent made another switch in tra travel
vel travel plans today and decided to
return to Washington, Sunday
night,
For two straight days, Eisen
hower and Humphrey ..shot 20
quail between them, and from
the looks of the sunny and slight
ly hilly weather.' this morning,
their Juckvteday, was?; expected 'o
They planned to sunt on we
Humphrey; plantation some of
wmcn cups over ine ooraer mto
Floridathroughout the day, hav having
ing having lunch in the piney woods
from their well stocked hunting
wagon. ..... ... (
E isonhowor expoctod to re return
turn return to the residential ; section
of tho plantation in mid-afternoon
and preside tonight at a
birthday parly' for his, doctor,
Maj. Gen., Howard McC. Sny Sny-dor,
dor, Sny-dor, who was 78 today.
Humphrey cave a small dinner
party for: the President and his
friends last night. Present were
Humphrey's other house guests,
Barry Leithead of 'Cluett. pea-
body Ce., and William E. Robin-,
son, president of the Coca Cola
Co.As an extra guest, Robert
Woodruff, former Coca JJola
board chairman, drove over for
the evening from his, estate near nearby
by nearby at Albany, ,Ja. .VS.- a..,;

Escapee In W&t Shirt Drops
In To See Forrest Dunsmoors

The capture of Julio Santarna Santarna-ria
ria Santarna-ria yesterday in a Balboa Heights
home leaves only two men at
large from a total of six who es escaped
caped escaped from Canal Zone detention
institutions during the vpast week,
Santamaria, a 20-year-old Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian is one of three inmates
who escaped from the -Corozal
Mental Hospital last Saturday.
Two of the three mtfn who es escaped
caped escaped while working on .a Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa Penitentary, road gang
Wednesday were captures on Fri Friday
day Friday afternoon.
Still at largo are 25-yar old,
Ceroid Magallon, Panamanian,
eno'of tho Coroial foBitivos,
and Quintin Gonzales, 73. Pana Panamanian,
manian, Panamanian, who is tho last of the
road gang trio who bolted to.
freedom. - 'P
' Snntanmria 'was taken at 12:50
p.m. yesterday in the home, of
Forrest G.i Dunsmoor of Balboa
Heights. Dunsmoor is Administra
tive Assistant to Canal Zone Gov,
W. E. Potter. He is also a mem member
ber member of the oarole board.
Both "-Dunsmoor and nis wiie
were at home late yesteraay
morning. He was busily raking
leaves while : Mrs., Dunsmoor
cheerily went about' her house household
hold household chores. The attrac'ive resi
dential district in the vicinity of
Ridge and Gorgas Roads, hist a
stone's throw from ; the Gwer-
nor's mansion, was peaceful as.
usual. :;-, v f
Suddenly the stillness Wasbro-
ken by a loud scream. Dunsmoor
rushed Into the house to find his
frightened wife' standing'" in ; the
middle of the living room. ;she
told him there was a mift in the
hoiise. that he haq wvksd quieti
ly into tne- nving roon an- a
moment before jiad gbne just as
silently into bedroom..
In the bedroom Dunsmoor found
the slight, bewildeied Julio Snnta-
maris. Ho seemed very ; docilr

com- I ..t 3

GOVERNOR ISSUES SCOUT WEEK PROCLAMATION Gov. W. E. Potter, surrounded by six honor Scouti' and their Scout Scoutmaster,
master, Scoutmaster, is shown as he signed a proclamation designating the, week of Feb. 7-13 as Boy Scout Week. The' Scouts, all mem members
bers members tof Troop 4 which is sponsored by-the Balboa Elks Lpdge, are, from left, John Fisher, John .Qarlson, Russell Poore, John
Cooper David Colclasure, John Bundy and Scoutmaster Robert F. Roche. Carlson and Colclasure are patrol leaders and Fisher
is an assistant patrol leader.

Boy Scouts Observe 49th

i 1 ..
foday marks thi 49thanniver
liryfofc the foohdii
sarv
Seout'r' 'bf ? 'AmtiU" wWtmwas
chartered by the Congress of the
United States a program for
all the boys of America. r
In proclaiming the week., of
Feb. 7 to 13 Boy Scout Week in
the Canal Zone, Gov. W. E. Pot Potter
ter Potter noted that there are now
more than 1,400 active Scouts in
the Zone.
He also urged "our residents
to support the unselfish, patriotic
service being rendered to our
community by the volunteer, lead leaders,
ers, leaders, who give generously of. their
time, their efforts and their, ener energy
gy energy to the benefit of the youth of
the Zone."
Today' there are more ".than
4,500,000 boys enrolled hrthe .ad-
. venturous game of Scouting. A-
boot one of every four boys 8 to
16 years old is enrolled
In the Zone there are 686 Cub
Scouts 490 Boy Scouts and 259 Ex Explorers.
plorers. Explorers. i"
As Brig. Gen. George F. Schlat-
and exhausted and simply stood
there in the middle of 'Jie room.
When addressed by his host both
id Spanish end English he made
ne reply. Neither did ne Wake
any "effort to move from the spot.
" Meanwhile Mrs. Dupsmoor -had
already telephoned Balboa police
and a squad car was on the way
Examinat'on showed that San-
, famaria had cut his wy
through a bathroom window
panel and entered tho house
' by way of tho shower, V
When apprehended, the mental
hospital patient was weanns his
hospital pants and a pair of
shoes reported missing from a
Balboa Road home eativ this
week-. He was also wearing a
clean shirt, soaking wet. appa
rently just -taken from a nearby
'clothesline. (
. Santamaria offered np resist resistance
ance resistance as he was led away by po police
lice police
. Dunsmoor postponed his leaf leaf-raking
raking leaf-raking for a ime.

Publicity Hounds Pester Poor Presley

FRANKFURT. Germany (UPI)
A lot of people are trying to
cash in on Elvis Presley's pres presence
ence presence in the American Army in
Germany. r
Some of the means used by
West German firms or individuals
to identify themselves or their
products with Elvis areVpretty
crude.
A-lesser man might grow an annoyed
noyed annoyed at the attempts : made to
get a hand hold on his coat tails.
Cut" neither Presley, his father: or
his grandmotherboth of whom
tive neic as his dependentshave
expressed ithe slightest anger. r
Some ofMhe things that have
happened have been enough, how however
ever however to try any maji

t; vhn ? o "xj b rue 1 1

.

V

terj -president of the Canal Zone
we 1 mo$tc!bgnifr
has it beefrso impdrtant er lm lm-perative
perative lm-perative that the youth of our na nation
tion nation be trained to high idealism,
acquired through unselfish Aserv Aserv-ice,
ice, Aserv-ice, by self-reliance, and cooper-,
ative effort."
The weekly neighborhood den
meetings of the Cub Scouts who
are 8, 9 and 10 years old are full
of fun as they take on themes of
American history, geography, nat natural
ural natural science and safety. At month monthly
ly monthly pack meetings they put on in interesting
teresting interesting demonstrations and pro
gram features and meet the par parents
ents parents and members of other neigh neighborhood
borhood neighborhood dens. ,v
Boy Scouts over 11 make
friends as they 'form patrols in
the troop, elect theh own boy
leaders and, plan their programs.,
Tneir menasnips are strenstnen strenstnen-ed
ed strenstnen-ed as they camp and hike togeth
er. ; i
The new Explorta urogram for
high-school age young men pro-
Mickey Rooney Sued
By Fourth Wife
Elaine
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Mickey
Rooney. known to a generation ot
movie goers as the brash little
guy with a heart of gold, was
sued for divorce yesterday by his
fourth wife, actress Elaine Mann:
ken. ?
The 39-year-old former child star
of the "Andy Hardy".: film series
was charged by his wife of six
years with, cauuing her met al
distress, suffering and anguish.'
She asked $2,353 monthly all all-money
money all-money pending a hearing sched scheduled
uled scheduled Feb. 13. They have no chil
dren.
Miss Mahnken estimated Roon
ev s income at $350,000 a year.
derived from his television, night
club and movie appearances.
Rooney and Miss Mahnken sep
arated last June. They were wed
after a six-week whirlwind ro.
mance on Nov. 18, 1952.
The cigar-smoking actor pre
viously was married to actress
Ava Gardner, beauty queen Betty
jean itase ana marina vicxers.
The first person to cash, in on
Elvis as a PFC. in the U. ?.
Army here was a pretty BlonJe
and pleasantly plump 19-year-old
Frankfurt secretary. ;;
When the 24 -year-old singer got
his first pass to town, a Ipcal
photographer appeared, with Miss
Margit Buergin in tow, and talked
Presley into posing wih her.
A few .dates followed that first
meeting. '-' :i ;
The result: Margit has .become
a model and is considered top
picture material, by. most, of the
German t a b 1 Ai d'; newspaper!)
Prominent in most, 9f the pic pic-Prominent
Prominent pic-Prominent in most of the ple pleated
ated pleated in the caption, Is the wrist
watch Elvis gave her for Christ

.

Anniversary This Week

vides'a series of social experienc experiences,
es, experiences, that help Explorers increase
their skill in working and living
with others'.
World Scouting today covers 61
nations and has 7,600,000 Scouts
enrolled.
America's and the Zone's
Scout make friends with those of
other lands at world Scout jam jamborees
borees jamborees usually held every four
years. Next July several hun hundred
dred hundred American lads will camp
together with about 12,000 others
from all parts of the world at
the 10th World Jamboree in the
Philippines.
In the Zone, Boy Scout Sunday,

Nye Seeks US Embassy Help
To Disprove Cuban Charges

HAVANA, Feb. 7 (UPI) -For
mer U.S. Navy pilot Alan Robert
Nye turned to the U.S. Embassy
today for help in disproving
charges The was a hired gun
brought in to kill Fidel Castro
for $100,000.
- Nye, of Whiting, Ind... and Co Coral
ral Coral Gables, Fla., denied Cuban
newspaper reports that he had,
confessed to trying to kill Cas
tro for former dictator FulgenciO'
Batista.: He issued the denial in
an Interview with UPI in his cell
at the army's Camp Liberty
headquarters.
The -y.s., EmDassy said -"sye
asked American Vice Consul
Hugh.Kessler to arrange in inter interview
view interview with Cuban Foreign Minis Minister
ter Minister Roberto Agramonte so he
could prove his innocence.
An embassy statement said "thfc
embassy has been in contact with
officials, of the foreign minister
with regard to Mr. Nye's case.
The enihassy has not boen noti notified
fied notified of the specific cnarges on
which Mr. Nye is, being held and
will continue its invest.gatlon of
the case."
; Nye; previously had refused em embassy
bassy embassy help in protecting his inter interests.
ests. interests.
"''M Chicago Nyp's mother,
Mrs. Daniel Lynch. 50, it Thit Thit-)ng
)ng Thit-)ng Ind., announced she had writ
ten a letter to Castro saying her
son was to6 honest. kin.i 'and
thoughtful" to agree to assassi
mas.
Following Margit's example,
mov'e starlet Vera Tschechowa
decided to cash in on Elvis popu popularity.
larity. popularity. :.y
While Presley was on maneuv maneuvers.
ers. maneuvers. Miss Tschechowa and natu natu-raly
raly natu-raly a photographer went to
camp headquarters and attempt attempted
ed attempted to sweet talk the Army into
bringing) Elvis into camp to re receive
ceive receive a Christmas tree. Miss
Tschechowa i argued, to no avail,
that she. only wanted Presley to
have a .nice, homey Christmas.
The Army did not budge, but
Miss .Tschechowa nevertheless
bit most German magazines and
newspapers with a picture of her herself
self herself posed beneath a lamp-post

today, is being observed in vir-

. tuillyA altwSurbvM116
scouts attending servtteHfB
form; Jewish observances took
place Friday evening while mem
bers of tne Mormon cnurcn rec
oenized Scout Sunday Feb. 1.
- Scout Week traditionally fea
tures window displays and other
concrete evidences of, Scouting
and this year will be no excep exception
tion exception on the Zone. The displs,
nrep-red by the Scouts, will De
,in commissary, post exchanges
and other prominent areas. They
are geared to show the public
how important Scouting is to
Scouts,
nate the Cuban revolutionary
leader.
(She' said Nye's ancestors
fovght and died in the -Spanish
American war tor Cuba's free freedom
dom freedom and that hjr son was a man
of "eharacter without biem:sh ")
' Nye told UPI be was complete
ly innocent of all charges listed
in the Cuban press.
March Paris Meet
To Prepare
For USSR Talks
PARIS, Feb. T (UPI) The
foreign ministers of the United
States. France, Britain and West
Germany will meet in Paris a a-bout
bout a-bout March 15 to prepare for pos possible
sible possible talks with Russia, informed
sources said today.
The sources said this will give
the Allies a chance to study a re report
port report on Prime Minister Harold
Macmillans' forthcoming trip '.o
Moscow before deciding how to
meet the soviet threat to pull out
of Berlin.
The initiative for a meeting
with the Russians still will be
left with the Soviet Union, the
sources said.
The French foreign ministry re refused,
fused, refused, to comment on the report.
In Germany
In an obvious illustration of the
opening lines of that old soldier
favorite, "Lili Marlene,"!
A top West German rock 'n'
roll singer who sounds surprising surprisingly
ly surprisingly like Elvis and even uses many
of the tunes that Presley made
famous recently "invented" a
four-string guitar. To give his
sales: campaign a small boost, he
sent a; free Instrument to Presley,
and made sure the papers heard
about it. f
The U. S. Army Itself has not
been reluctant to use Presley for
publicity purposes, although, in a
good cause.
Presley was among 150 soldiers
who recently donated blood to the
West German Red Cross.

US Can

Soviets

WASHINGTON, Feb. 7 -(UPI)The Russians now
know how well the West's electronic ears and eyes can
follow their jet plane operations right into their ground
control centers along the Iron Curtain.
They learned from the State Department's "abso "absolutely
lutely "absolutely authentic" tape recorded evidence, that Soviet
planes shot down an unarmed U.S. transDort over Rus

sian last September,

The extent of electronic surveillance of the Reds is
secret. But the Soviets are forced to assume that it is far-,
flung. They now have convincing evidence that it is ef effective.
fective. effective.
If the United' States gets no further satisfaction
from the Russians in the shooting incident, officials con
sider they have dramatically exposed as a lie Soviet claims
that Red pilots did not down the U.S. Air Force C-130
plane.

There were 17 men aboard.
Six bodies were recovered but
the. Russians never have account accounted
ed accounted for, the other. 11.
The State Department would not
say how it came by its recording.
But evidence of effective electro electronic
nic electronic monitoring. ,was .Jiguratively.
written all 'over 1 Jhe documents
made public Thursday. 7
Whoever did the monitoring, pos possibly
sibly possibly in Turkey, knew the fre frequency
quency frequency on which- Red ground sta stations
tions stations transmitted voice communi communications
cations communications to jet fighter pilots.
The translated intoreopts of
Russian pilots' radio conversa-
Red Daily Says
Dulles Patching
Western Unity
MOSCOW. Feb. 7 (UPI) Prav
da said in an editorial today that
U.S. Secretary of State John Fos Foster
ter Foster Dulles' trip to Europe is a
"desperate' enterprise" designed
to patch tip western unity,
It said the fact that the West
has not yet replied' to the Soviet
proposals on Berlin and a Ger German
man German peace treaty are signs of
western discord.
"The principal aims of Dulles'
present visit consist in fiding a
common denominator for western
policy," the official Communist
newspaper add. "It is a vital,
and ever desperate enterprise.
"The fact if that the much-ad
vertised united front of the West
U by no means as solid or as u u-nited
nited u-nited as It is made Out to be. Dul
les journeyed in order to offer to
the west firmness and unity at a
moment when certain rather sin sinister
ister sinister portents have manifested
themselves.
fGOP Economists
Would Cut Airport,
Housing Bill Costs
WASHINGTON, Feb. 7 (UPI)-
Republican economy forces mass
ed' today fur an effort to cut the
cost of airport and housing legist
lation now speeding through Con
gress on tht crest of Democratic
majorities.
The Senate last night passed a
465 million dollar airport aid bill
by a stunning 63 to 22 roll call
vote margin. The bill was twice
that recommended by the Presi President.
dent. President. But a GOP move to reduce the
four-year program to 252 million
dollars was defeated by a 53 to
35 vote despite repeated, Republi Republican
can Republican echoes of the President's eco economy
nomy economy appeals.
Republican leader Everett M.
Kirksen (ill.) warned that unless
the meaeure were cut urther
the Senate would continue com
mitting what he called "a kind
of fiscal suicide on the install installment
ment installment plan."
Any hope for reduction of the
airport measure now reposes with
the House. There were ndica-
tions the House might be getting
the economy, spirit, v
, A surprise decision late yester
day by House Democrats to slash
875 million dollars off their catch-all-housing
bill was interpreted
as a "good sign" by GOP ecooo-
Nmy advocates.

Trace
Jets,
Learn
Hons, tho department said, pave
a running account of tho shoot shooting
ing shooting down of what the rscordod
Russian volet called a four
onglno transport.
TheAlr Force urbo-nron olano
iwaa. downed last SepU 2 t'av
lmenae jugnuirom Aaana-WlJu
the Black Sea and back to Ada
na via VanrTurkeyrnear the L
ranian border. It went down
near Mt. Algaoz, well to the east
of Trabzon and about 21 miles
inside Armenia. The United
States said it accidentally wan wandered
dered wandered off. course.
The Russians said it crashed
in flames, but denied attacking
the craft.
The plane, a high-speed trans transport
port transport used chiefly To move ground
troops and heavy equipment, wa$
marked with "U.S. air force" on
its nose, "U.S.A.F. on its wings,
and the Air Force star on Us
rear fusilagev-,
The only severe, weather fore
cast for it flight was in the Trab Trabzon
zon Trabzon area where rain,, lighteinj
and scattered clouds were expect expect-ed.
ed. expect-ed. It could have got off course by
accidentally' picking up the Rusr
sian radio beacon at Batuni, ia
Soviet Georgia, of Yerevan, in 5
Armenia instead .of apparently"
less powerful navigation .aids t
Turkish check points. f
Normal international custom la
such instances is to intercept an
announced border crosser and in-
struct him to land his plane. A-
long the Iron Curtain in Europe, 1
Russian and Western fighter pi.
lots are said to have a nodding
acquaintance and often escort
each other back to their own
frontiers when they aeidentallyi
cross.
rhe American C-130 was "ear.
ticipaiing in an air force world
wide study of radio waves propa propagation'
gation' propagation' (radio reception) on its
ill-fated flight.
Tho Air Force says such flights
are made routinely throughout
the world to check communica
tions. f
3TDay,Cease Fire
Chinese Hew Year
TAIPEI, Formosa (UPI) Na
tionalist and Communist China
both oroclaimed a cease-fir e at
battered Quemoy Island yesterday
in honor of t ne Chinese New
Year. It will last three days.
The Taipei and Peiping govern
ments announced the cease-fir
almost simultaneously. If will be be-gin
gin be-gin today, new Year's Evo
under the 4,656-year-old Chinese
lunar calendar.
The temporary truce was the
third holiday cease-fire ordered

since massive and almost conti continuous
nuous continuous Red bombardment of Que Quemoy
moy Quemoy started nearly six months
ago. The others were for Christ Christmas
mas Christmas and the Western .world's
New Year.
The cease-fire actually affected
only two days on which shelling;
would normally occur today
and Monday, the Communists
have been observing an alternate
day cease-fire on even-numbered
days of the month since Novem November.
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' C Ecation Not so with the CA & AF Exchange Service, every every-SSui
SSui every-SSui "kt in the dark. There is a rumor that the majority of the
'SSSiMwibe classed as "security." Panamanians holding
such positions will be given an "Irish" promotion, and will be told
to trai "saUside," experts who come down here as super duper
and are trained by local rater, and later they will become "experts."
Panamanains held such positions as managers bookkeepers,
cashiers Sg the dark days of the. Second World War and served
efficiently and were loyal to the USA But the war is over, .these
same jobs will be given to Germans. Poles and Japanese, who have
acquired a coat of Americanism, naturalized Americans. There
have been instances where some of these so called loyal Americans
have boasted that during the war they killed so many Allied soldiers.
But to date, no Panamanian, has ever tortured an Amencan
soldier that there wili be no more Panamanian man
agers cashiers-, sales clerks in certain large stores. I hope the tell tellers
ers tellers at the local banks, read this, because if this is true, the cashiers
- at these bank will be replaced with U.S. citizens. Think .about, it.
You can see why Panamanians are sore. Many positions will
be downgraded', for example a stock room manager who has a
monthly fraffic of over $80 000 of merchandise will get a top salary

r wiiv 1 nr hnnr clerks in eharee of the omce wui gei a topi

- salary of $168 per hour. So you can see there has been no gain in
the implementation of the new treaty.
New managers and other personnel are being recruited from
the USA, No consideration is being given to even some US em employes
ployes employes who are qualified for these positions. The people at Amador
. can be fooled all the time. Very few local raters have been hired
in the main stores recently, probably for reasons of color. Something
v ghauld also be done, so as to stop them from working certain peran-
; nnm employes over the 40 hours. I hope this will open the eyes of the
.. people at Amador.
Fair Play.

TREATY
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They now say we are overpaid
We should work haider than a common housemaid;
You're a checker, but when checking's done,
You better lift boxes, but don't sit down.
(Chorus)
The treaty Is here, should it stay?
No, no, no, no, no, take It away.
But aren't you satisfy with equal pay?
Not if It is like we're treated today.
Everybody waited for the big news,
Figuring to buy some new pairs of shoes;
Thinking of paying up their back taxes,
The news came down you can't even buy sock-es.
(lemme' hear some chorus)
You will work straight through 'til the final gong,
But don't you dare say you are treated wrong;
If you are so tired you can't go to bed
Don't you complain or you are called a 'Red.'
(on with the chorus)
Everybody walking now with their faces long,
And In their mind they are singing this song;
The treaty is here, should It stay?
No, no, no, no, no, take itaway.
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By ROBERT C RUARK

I see by the latest pigeon-post
it will not be very long now be before
fore before the 20-hour-work week strikes
the land. I have as authority one
Dr. Brois Pregel, an ex-presid
ent of the New York Academy of
Sciences.
The doc. a physicist, is a touch
worried about all this spare time,
which he fears might fetch a class
of "leisure stricken" individuals
to replace the old definition of
"poverty stricken
Dr. Pregel was glowing with
all sorts of future goodies in his
Speech development of algae
that would eliminate food prob
lems, for instance, and a whole
new civilization based on cheap
atomic power, which would even
tually replace the Four-H clubs and
the Woodsmen of the World as so
cial forces.
Me, 1 fret some about an un
stinted diet of algae, being in e
of a rare beefsteak boy myseif,
with a sneaky side fancy for
shrimp and lobster and some of
the riper cheeses.
You let the doc make it on
algae a rootless organism that
can be defined as dwellling in pond
scum and similar untidy places.
Just pass the peacock, honey,
and keep your dirty fingers out
of the foie gras.
Little communities around atom
plants don't bother me, because I
am still trying to persuade the
fireplace to draw, the grass to
grow, and the weeds to cease and
desit. But this 20-hour-work week
man, I am sending in an appli application
cation application immediately.
All my life I have had one de
sire. That is to be rich enough
to be lazy.
Vnfortunately, the dogs 'will not
accept algae as a substitute for
hamburger, and my hive is buzzing
with sufficient drones, 'all clam clamoring
oring clamoring for food and clothing and
horse-race money, to keep the old
boy's nostrils in a perpetual state
of burnish from contact with the
grind-stone.
As I contemplate the dogs and
wives and relatives and relatives
of relatives, I often wonder what
would happen if I just decided to
sit down and cry, leaving the
work undone.
Fancy the flap, the dogs wring wringing
ing wringing their little paws, and Mamo
and Carmen and Cristina ard Pas Pas-cual
cual Pas-cual and th butcher and the baker
all confronted with the same dread
tidings: Riiark is on a 20-hour
week!
The piteous moans of th? agents
and lawyers and secretaries would
blend into a horrid whole with the
anguished creams of the Scotch
distillers and the gin makers and
the people who can salmon for
the wild tamo cats that infest the
back yard.
What wojIJ the doorman's In International,
ternational, International, the hatcheek conces
sionaires, the post office, the cable
office, the saloon keepen and tai
lors and practitioners ot haul cou couture
ture couture do if the word went out:
Ruark's on a 20-hour week?
What about the people in the
Bureau of E'ernal Vengeance?
How would the airplanes fly, and
their owners eat; how would the
restaurants exist who would make
Toots Shor a millionaire; what
would happen to the cab compa
nies and the Hotel Elysee in New
York, the Savoy in London, the
Norfolk in Kenya, if I went on a
20-hour week?
1 tell you, it makes a man
thinks. (I am allowed by the con
trol board an hour before lunch
and ten minutes at coffee time
for thinking, but only or. construe
tive projects, and I must submit
a written report on the thought
processes to the wardens or they
will take away my rubber ducks.)
wonting a zo-nour day. I can
barely come out with a minor de
ficit, meaning that it's not getting
clear of debt, but just owing less.
Multiplied by seven, that's 140
hours a week. (The keepers give
me four hours to sleeD, but insist
that I record any subconscious
plot switches or column ideas that
crawl into my busy little brain
While I snore.)
I might very well be the onlv
writer you know who takes in writ
ing and washing, simultaneously,
and who pumps the village organ
w th his odd foot. That is the foot
whirh ia Tint rnrkintf th ra4lA
because they have incorporated1
naoy -sitting as extra additional du
ty.
Man, I want some of this 20
hour-week stuff, if the doc will
just tell me the formula.
But if you 11 excuse me. I have
to rush off to the kitchen now. I
had a dirty feeling that cake was
going to fall. And if that's the pot
roast I smelf burning. Ill be strick
en, all right, and not by leisn e.
32ACI
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an Englishman of letters, the
18th century author, Oliver
Goldsmith, ws born and edu educated
cated educated in Inland. Ha was bpra
in 172 at Elphln, common,
Ireland, of Saxon parents. His
fther was a clergyman. At
Trinity College, Dublin, he
ranked near the lowsst in his
class, but he finally carried a
bachelor's degree.
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Half a ColumnMore or Less
by CREDE CALHOUN

HERBLOCK'S SPECIAL
FOR TODAY
If a Gallup poll were tdken to
learn who is the man most dis
liked by the present administra administration
tion administration in Washington, it would not
be Harry Truman or Dean Ache Ache-son.
son. Ache-son. Herbert (Block, cartoonist for
the Washington Post and Times
Herald, would win by margin
comparable to that of the Demo Democrats
crats Democrats in the recent Congressional
elections.
He would also win first place
in a contest for the person least
fooled by the present press a a-gents'
gents' a-gents' set-up in the capital of
the United States. Herblock can
spot a phoney and expose a false
premise or conclusion with equal
facility. If you have any doubts
aDout tne foregoing get a copy
of his latest book of cartoons and
"text published by Simon and
Shuster under the title1 of "Her "Her-block'g
block'g "Her-block'g Special for Today."
I have kept current, but not
completely up to date, on Her Her-blocks
blocks Her-blocks view of the Eisenhower
Administration through his car cartoons,
toons, cartoons, clipped and mailed to the
Zone by Charles Wahl, former
local labor leader and now a trou trouble
ble trouble shooter for the (National La Labor
bor Labor Relations Board in Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, But the book covers the last
three years of wobbling and wish wishful
ful wishful thinking that have left the
world guessing.
Roarnp Driimmnni in a rpvipw
of Herblock's second bool "Here
and Now," which J am aiso hap
py to own, says oi werbiocK' :
He is a triple threat.' He can
think, he can draw and. he can
write like nobody's -business. He
can unstuff a shirt with, his era
yon and he can' unstuff an id(,
with his typewriter; He comes
very near to being unfair to or organized
ganized organized writers, he is so good at
a profession he doesn't reguarly
practice."
Herblock's book covers the po
litical scene and its "Personaliz
ed Candidate," "Togetherness in.
Politics" which was inspired by
tne Madison Avenue oress agents
rather than by McCaU's. he
doesn't miss 'the witchery of
"The Vanishing School B ill,"

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nese mainland irom American
newspapermen by John Foster
Dulles and the State Department
which he visits occasionally.
Statistically the book contains
430 Herblock cartoons and 30,000
words of text that is just as good
as the cartoons. I'm sorry I did
not keep sccre on the laughs as
I read the book. But I am a
Democrat and I laugh at things
that make Republicans groan or
worse. If the presenijmhiistra-.
tion is noted for anytning it is
for its deadly seriousness and al almost
most almost total lack of a sense of hu
mor.
The administration's undercover
censorship and super-sr'recy con concerning
cerning concerning legitimate news comes in
for a going over, as Herb'ock be
lieves in and practices freedom
of the press. "Information Please,
Dammit" is the tile of the first
chapter. He points out that it is
much easier to stamps a docu document
ment document "confidential" and file it
than it is to read -it.
"Through the efforts of the
Moss Committee," he writes," we
have also had some revealing
glimpses of the kind of secrets
which fill. .575 miles of drawer
space. They have included such
exciting documents a,s a report
on bows and arrows, and anoth another
er another on man-eating sharks, which
itself included excerpts from a
1916 magazine article on the sub subject.
ject. subject. "One can only speculate wheth whether
er whether these secret files might also
contain some stale sandwiches
which government employes of
bygone days might have brought
to the office wrapped on old
newspapers which were promptly
stamped "secret" and locked up.
Somewhere in those files, there
might also be a yellow-page tel telephone
ephone telephone direc'ory carefully sealed
away because it carried the word
classified.'
In the last chanter of tse b'-ok,
"Words, Words. Words," Herblock
touches not gently on the adula adulation
tion adulation of 'he one-nartv press for
Tke and the Renublicans and
their disdain for Harry Truman
and the Democrats. He prints a
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- pair of editorials, homemade he
ahlv violate copyright to quote
them in full. You should get the
.book and read them. I'll give you
a taste. One is called ''Wet Blan Blanket,"
ket," Blanket," and it says in part.
"The nation has once more
been treated to the unedifying
spectacle of a former President
of the United States shooting off
his mouth, in a rash, ill-timed re re-.
. re-. L ..-i mA
marK cnaracieruea Dy uuimuuicu
partisanship and profanity.
"When reporters accosted Mr.
Truman on his morning stroll
yesterday, they inquired what he
thought of the weather. In his
cockiest, shooting from the hip
manner, Mr. Truman told the as astonished
tonished astonished group, 'Boys, I ;think it's
going to rain'like hell." '(
Then the editorial points out
that Truman must have known
that his intemperate statement
was contrary to the official wea weather
ther weather forecast, which was "Clear
and Sunny."
"He was, in etiect," the edi editorial
torial editorial continued, "casting asper aspersions
sions aspersions upon the present Adminis Administration,
tration, Administration, under which the Weather
Bureau operates, and, indeed, up upon
on upon tne Piesa, wnicn laithlullj puo puo-lished
lished puo-lished the Bureau's forecast.'
The fact that they' did have
some 14 inches of rain that day,
according to the editorial' did
not alter the fact that "Mr. Tru Truman
man Truman is not an authorized weath weather
er weather prognosticator and, in fact, he
no longer holds any public posi position
tion position whatsoever."
' The other Herblock editorial il illustrates
lustrates illustrates what I call the cover cover-up
up cover-up coverage of the Eisenhower
press. Mistakes are turned into
triumphs and any crticism is so
gentle and quibbling that it be becomes
comes becomes an accolade. 'Clearing the
Air," the second editorial has to
do with" an alleged report by a
non-Eisenhower newspaper of the
sale of the Washington. Monument
to a Texas oil millionaire for use
as an oil derrick.
The editorial deplores the par partisan
tisan partisan cry of "giveaway despite
the fact that the Texan nid $55
for the monument and converted
it from a liability to an asset
which will helD balance the budg.
et. It is timely today :when the
President is imploring Congress
to adore the "balanced budget."
Now please keep your face
straight. It is un-republican and
un-American to laugh, especially
at a spoof on the Administration.
iBut it is pro-Prepublican and pa-
uiuuc, iu k11". Knn, grin, parti particularly
cularly particularly when facing a news cam camera.
era. camera. .
ADMIRAL HOLDS TALKS
BANGKOK. Thailand (UPI)-
Adn). Harry D. Felt, commander-in-chief
of U.S. Pacific forces,
conferred here Tuesday with Thai
urmv and navy leaders and
SEATO military planners.' The
talks ended a three day official
visit by Felt.

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WASHINGTONAnistas Mikoy Mikoy-an,
an, Mikoy-an, the fart-touring Soviet deputy
premier, is going vo get the steel
pipe which-me atate xepartment
denied him, after all. And guess
where he's going tOvget M rom
Wk Germany,
Wne'n crossing the USA, Mikoy Mikoy-ao
ao Mikoy-ao mentioned: to American steel
men that he wanted to buy around
$300,000,000 worth of steel pipe,
which is not a small order.
But while American businessmen
were licking their chops over such
an order, the Defense Department
in Washington was getting wor worried.
ried. worried. And when the deputy prem
ier of Russia met with deputy Un Undersecretary
dersecretary Undersecretary of State Douglas Dil Dillon,
lon, Dillon, Dillon flatly said no.
This was why Mikoysn hit the
ceiling. ..
However, he is now arranging
to buy tne same 'pipe from West
German businessmen. Ironically,
it was Chancellor Adenauer of
West Germany who kept bombard
ing Fosiet Dulles against any rap rapprochement
prochement rapprochement between the United
States and. Russia over Berlin
and even sent a special emissary
to Washington to-keep an eye on
the sometimes changeable uuues,
.. SECRET OAS STRATEGY
Congressman Oren Harris, the
diligent Arkansas Democrat, has
not been idle at this session of
Congress.
. His name has not been in the
headlines probing Bernard Gold Gold-fine
fine Gold-fine and Sherman Adams, but he
doesn't want' any publicity- on
what he's doing now.
What he's doing is to buttonhole
17 Congressmen on the Interstate
Commerce Committee,, over which
he rules, to vote for his natural
gas bill. He wants them to line up
for the bill and get it out of com committee
mittee committee without hearings.
In the past,' Northern mayors
have trekked to Washington to op oppose
pose oppose the gas bill, and their pub public
lic public testimony has stirred up nation-wide
interest. Mayors Dilworth
of Philadelphia, Wagner of New
York. Daley of Chicago, Miriani
o Detroit, and Celebrezze of
Cleveland have mobilized public
opinion against higher gas rates
to their cities,
Now, Harris wants to avoid pub public
lic public hearings and slip the gas bill
out of committee without any fan fanfare.
fare. fanfare. Then with the powerful help
of Speaker Sam Rayburn he hopes
to zip it through the full House of
Rep'esentatives.
HUMPHREY'S FINANCE
Fifty-six' well-heeled Democrats
met in a private room of Club 21
in New York City last week to
give the once-over to Sen. Hubert
Humphrey of Minnesota as a pres
idential candidate. The idea was
that if they liked Hubert they
would dig down in their jeans to
finance his campaign.
Max Schus'er, the New York
publisher, joked that it would be
an eight-hour luncheon. He re remembered
membered remembered the eight-hour session
between Senator Humphrey and
Khrushchev.
The Senator from Minnesota
spoke, however, only 22 minutes,
then answered tough question for
half an hour.

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BURMESE LEADER BECOMES lvibNltRecting Buddhlai
prayers in Rangoon former Burmese Prime, Minister U Nu (
kneels to take his yellow robe and palm leaf fan as he is re re-ceived
ceived re-ceived Into the priesthood. He chose the religious name of
Shin phammadaia as he btgaq Jus. new, life. .

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The New Yorkers seemed to like'
him. Most of the groap had rais
ea money tor Aalai'ISievenson iri
i5 and 1956, and some indicated
they would ante "uo forHumohreV
INTERESTING. OMISSION
There was one interrjni? nmln
aion irom the Pfideiit' rnSM pit
U Congress asking for. 'ahew Labi
Officials of to: Labor:-Depart
merit Who Dreoared matpna) tni
Iks s labor message were aunpris
ed that this particular set Oi fig
urea was dropped from the met
,: t hey;iad 'teat he: mite Hre
a ; survey on mbor -, oroductivitv
specifically 'ordered .by the WhitJ
House. : The survey was quite reJ
vealing.-It showed that most is
dustrial workers had increased
their production by. about x per
cent ffl!tiie past year..-
in other -words, -tree average:
worker s output was proportionate
ly about as great as his increase
in earnings. i
However, the President had re
centiy accused labor leaders
causing iimauon. by asking wage-
increases, so the labor study wa
left out of the message to Congress
KtsPUHLICAN -FINANCES
GOP chairman Meade1 'Alcorn
called his top aides into a secret
session recently to untangle the
Grand Old Party's purse strings,
Republican candidates are Brum,
bling oyer the way tihe money wai
handled during the last campaign
They couldn't beg or borrow mon
ey from the national organization
until the last five eeks; SomeJ
candidatee actually .didn't receiv J
iinanciai. neip unxu aner tne eiec
tion
They are particularly sore a
congressmen imck Simpson oi
Pennsylvania, the-' Congressiona
campaign chairman.-''met: raiser
thousands of dollars' from wealthy
coninouiors, men spent mucn oi
it defeating Gov. George Leader
for the Senate in his home state,
Pennsylvania.
California Republicans ax also
complaining that the Rockefellei
family spent a fortune on Nelson'i
New York campaign, but refused
to send a red cent, to SenStos
Knowland in California.
Alcorn asked his staff for sug suggestions
gestions suggestions on how to soothe the an.
gry uproar. National finance chair
man Spencer Olin of 01in-Mathie4
son, one of the nation's major in
dustrialists, suggested signing unl
the Republican fat cats far monthJ
ly contributions. This should fill
the GOP treasury to overflowing,!
he said, far ahead of the 19601
campaign.
Ab Hermann, the national com
Mitte's executive director,1 urge
setting aside a sinking fund fof.
Congressional candidates. He pro-l
nosed that the money be earmariw
ed so It 'could be used for no otb.4
er purpose.
The connmittee could r a i s
enough, he predicted, to guaran
tee each Republican candidate $10,.
000. The only" finaA decision, how-
ever, was that the Republican
party should go into the next
campaign well heeled.

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1 VDI O LUAICH-Thanks to their "buffalo robes;" this pair of bison at Fort Hays (Kan.)
fitatoPark dSt mmd recent record snows. They manage to graze despite the fall.

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LONDON, Feb? 7 The city of
Leicester, plumb in the heart, of
the English Midlands, is setting
a fine, example to the rest of the
country by opening Britain's first
"drive- in"; bank for' motorists.
The idea is not new on the oth other)
er) other) sider of the Atlantic, but Mar Martin's
tin's Martin's Bank, its sponsors in the U U-nited
nited U-nited Kingdom, i merit praise for
introducing siich a novelty in a
land where even the ordinary
street-corner bank can breathe
solemnity of a temple or cathe cathedral.;
dral.; cathedral.;
In. Leicester the motorist will
drive through-a covered passage passageway,
way, passageway, to,,) an, armor-plate glass
window, behind, .which,, a cashier
Will, jpress knob thrusting forth
a drawer, to the customer seated

! in' hia jkiilnmnhilA. '.J.

,-. nawiK. Eiven ocnreceivea -casn,

the .motorist will drive off with without
out without I having actually entered the
bank. This is a bracing thought

of those of us in whom the tra

ditional bank atmosphere breeds

mued feelings.
SUB-CONSCIOUS MEMORIES

How puny and insignificant
seem our own transactions against
such j an august backgroundthe
throb of accounting machines, the

crinkle of other people s bink

notes, the cascading of cash and

the mystical rites of the nerson

ages behind the,' grilles. Maybe

it is "theiriatihematical. mysteries

of the business that rouse in us

sub-conscious memories of mathe
mattes ats school, v?

FoE.,myseifi I Have always got
along with addition ?and subtract
tion and a- little long division.

Ana, juaging om tne orignt .tac
es on both sides of the bank coun

ters these' days." I do ribf imagine

that quadratic equations and
other algebraic beadaches keep
the ordinary man a w a k e at

nights.; Automation has smoothed

tne. Mows of the banking frater
nit.v. 'i '., '-.

- They are', particularly jubilant

just now because, inrthe words

of Anthony Tuke, chairman of

the big ..Barclays Bank oreaniza

tion, ; they x are ;celebrating theirJ
"release, from, bondage,-' meaning
the ending of the credit squeeze.
: The chairman of Martin's Bank
has. described 1958 as 'ah adven adventurous
turous adventurous year for English- bank banking,"
ing," banking," jis; i well i he might The
banks are basking in the sun sunshine
shine sunshine of Britain's new- found e e-conomic
conomic e-conomic strength. Our gold and

foreign currency reserves have
been reinforced, convertibility of

swung resrorea,. ana .now. the
- jpotind can turn is tt)ud face" on
'r every ther: currency including
the,4pllar,.. s-XkWJ,-'
' v Our dollar exports have touchr

, ;ya new, recuran, ana H.1O0KS as
"' If our balance of payments ac ac-,
, ac-, count for 1958 may. show a -sur

plus of just over $1,120,000,000 the
highest since World War II.
HEART WARMING SCHEMES

' ; The most inhibited customer

' must admit mat we names are

much friendlier places today. The
freeze-UD is over: chilly faces

behind the grilles have (hawed in into
to into smiles. ''
5 The end of credit restrictions

has brought more competition be

iween banks than we have seen

?ince 1939, They are Wooing cus

tomers in the lower- .income

xroups wno have never had bank

ing accounts beforehand' warming
v ur; hearts :' with personal loan

enemes wmcn only s year ago

luxury as Cottaea an Mrii

If the banks are -more" human,
- jo a,re; tiie post offices, and this
recess-,ha.;been,i jgolng' on'rfor

. 5 A !?iklBf( mstance of "human

aensiniuiy 4a ji. .Qevernment De

partment occurs in connection
with the bicentenary of the birth

01 jioneri Burns, Scotland s na
tional poet. Burns was born in 1

peasant's cottage at Alloway,. in

tha Scottish county of Ayrshire

This year, Jan. 25, anniversary

of the ipoet's birthday, was a Sun

day. In Scotland, Sunday closing
is strictly observed, but, it was

announced, for this special occa

sion the Alloway post office

would be opened on the Sunday

morning so that letters coma be
accepted for stamping "Alloway,
Ayr. Jan. 25, 1959 1 a date al

most sacred to Scotsmen all over

the world.

Moreover. neoDle living awav

from the district could send pack

aged letters to the Head Postmas

ter in the neighbouring own of
Ayr1 for posing from Alloway on
the poet's birthday morning.

COMMONWEALTH CONTACT

The humanizing, process in .the

Ppst 'Office hgs peen strongly e e-vident
vident e-vident in the past few years, not notably
ably notably in the 1000 new post -office
buildings which have been put up
all over the United Kingdom

since World War II.

Modern in architectural style,
many are ornamented with mo

saics or wall-paintings, eauinned

with counters of Commonwealth

timber and fitted with flower-filled
window boxes.

These amenities make stamn

buying a pleasure and soften the

blow when the time comes for re

newing one's licence for the cun.

radio or television receiving set,

automowie or dog.

Dogs, by the -way, have leapt

mio me export picture. I see that

Britain s breeders have just reg

isterea r a: record eiroort if 4315

pedigree dogs last year, worth a a-bout$l,400,000.y
bout$l,400,000.y a-bout$l,400,000.y 1
The. United State tot America
was the best customer, with Can Canada
ada Canada isecond. V ''4 Xu-i
Easily the "top do" was the

mmiature poodle, accounting for

more man 25 percent of all dogs

Man Kills Sell

As Wife Dies
In Next Room

ST; PETERSBURG. Fla. (UPI)

Police said a man killed him himself
self himself with a bullet through the
head yesterday while his wife lay
dying from undetermined causes

in the next room.

Alfred T. Stanton, 46, was found

dvini? on his kitchen floor. A .32

caliber automatic pistol was found

beside him.

His wife. Lucille. 42. was found

lying on a couch in the front room
of tne two room cottage. She

wa incoherent and unable to tell

What happened.

But officers said they Sound a

note left by Stanton which said:

'Lucille in no way responsible

for any killing myself."

mey also said tests showed
that the run was fired by Stan

ton, a 1 ;

' Stanton was dead on arrival at

a hospital. Mrs. Stanton died in
the same hosnital four hours la-

ter, An i autopsy was ordered to

ucwraune me cause 01 ner aeam.

Mrs. Stanton, officer said, was

unable to give them any informa

tion before she died'.' saying she

giq not even hear a shot.

' Officer said they found evi evidence
dence evidence Of rirkilrin nnrfv

Police said they received a teles
phone call from ; Stanton who
asked them to send an amhiitn.na

to hia home immediately. He told

tnem nia wue was violently ill.

Amador Detachment
Tops Own Record
For Education
The Security Service Detach Detachment
ment Detachment of Fort Amador has broken
its previously high record for par participation
ticipation participation in all phases of the
Army .Education Program.
Education advisors in the com command
mand command feel that unit participation,
which is approaching 50 per cent,
is significant since 25 per cent of
the detachment personnel already

have a baccalaureate degiree or

hPhr.

The Security Service Detach

ment is represented in all educa

tion activities currently in pro

gress, fficnaini tne testing pro program,
gram, program, Florida State University
and Canal Zone College courses,

off-duty group study, on-duty

group study, guiflance ana coun
selling aspects and corresponden
re stndv.

They have established a broad

program of activity which covers
study of foreign languages, photo photography,
graphy, photography, English, mathematics,
history, education, public speak

ing and many othei subjects.

Dunns the past lew montns se

ven men from the aetaenment

have completed the necessary

work to achieve one year of col

lege credit.

Young Negro Signs

Phoney Royal Name
Once Too Often

TAMPA, Fla. (VFiy-A. young
Negro who traveled over the coun country
try country posing as an African prince
was sentenced to a year and a
day in federal prison yesterday on
a bad check charge.
Kdward Lee Woods. 26, alias

Prince Nkabouri Awama Mboyta

of Ubaingi Sheri of Portuguese

East Ainca pieaaea guuvjr xu u.u
TinatrnVt Court to interstate trans

portation of a worthless $187
check. 1 J
The Negror a former farm hand

from the MacClenny Comimunity
nad traveled about the country

checking into hospitals with his
storv about being a prince and

TOmijlaininig of a kidney ailment,

Each time he left without paying

his bill.
He was arrested at Fort My
ers Jan. 5 when he sought to en

ter a hospital. Authorities, noting

his claim of being a prince, re
membered reports of such inci

dences in other states and called
the police.
Woods admitted, writing the

worthless check in Danville, Va

which he signed as Crown Prince
Kawaima Laioola Adamole of Por

tuguese Eaat Africa, on a bank

in Roxbury, Mass.

BY MARIE DAERR
What" Bnandnarent hasn't been

accused or hasn't accused -him

self .of spoiling his grandenu-

dren? -;

Is the opinion of at least one

social worker, Grandma and
Grandpa often play just the oppo opposite
site opposite kind of role. Mrs, Nelida Fe Ferrari,
rrari, Ferrari, who recently finished a
three-year study of older people,

sees them as a useful nenavior
brake" for Junior in this fas

paced world.

cine lust wisnes irranama ana

Grandpa had more chance to
use that brake.

Modem living arrangements

always don't permit grandparents

to see their grandchildren often
enough," Mrs. Ferrari said.

There, should be more commu

nication between them.

"Actually, grandparents havs
much to giva thtif grandchil grandchildrenand
drenand grandchildrenand I don't maan bikes
and dance dresses.
'The mere fact that these old-

er oeoole have lived so many

years makes them : lnvaiuaoie

companions to their graochildren

"They nave maturity and expe

Hence. With 60 or 70 or even 80

years of living behind them, they

can give our youngsters a valu

able new perspective.

Naturally, grandma and grand'

daughter, or grandpa and grand

son, atren't going to see eye to

ye. v

''Of course, they will disagree",

Mrs. Ferrari said. "But Junior

and his sister also disagree with

their parents and with other

youngsters. A little quarreling

won t hurt the relationship a bit."

Mom and Pop, of the middle-

ged generation, can learn some

thing from their elders, too, Mfs
Ferrari believes.

Many middle-aged people

are ust plain scared of retire

ment," Mrs. Ferrari said.
"They can't face the thought of

growing old, because they are

completely unfamiliar with the

experiences that come with ag

ing.

But'iftihey talk to1 'persons

who bave had these experiences,

they :will leaim things Jhat will

cnase away many 01 toeir iears.

Q- i My husband' died nine

months ago. Recently a man of

my own age. whose wife died sev

eral years ago, asked to take me

out. I'm hesitaprt, because I won

der if ttus wouldn't be "stepping

out" too soon after my husband's
death. What i your opinion?

Mrs. J.R.

A Traditional periods of
mourning seem to have yield yielded
ed yielded completely to modern cus custom.
tom. custom. I see no reason -why you
shouldn't accept this man's in invitations.
vitations. invitations. Q I am the wife of a man

on Social Security. I am planning

to take the reduced benefit at
age 62. When I reach 65, can I
get the full payment? Mrs. L.
W.B.

A No. Your payments will
continue ,t the reduced rate e e-ven
ven e-ven after you reach 65.

'.1

Brothers

Of Colon Bid Low

On Clotheslines

NEW YORK (UPI) Historians

argue about how religious a man
Abraham Lincoln was, but agree

ment is general that he was an
ardent Bible reader and quoter.

The American Bible Society re

ports that Lincoln and Theodore

and Franklin v. Kooseveit were

the most enthusiastic Bible quoters
of all presidents.

The Rev. Dr. James Z. Net-

tinea, society secretary, told

United Press international in an

interview that Lincoln's speeches

are sprinkled liberally with Bibli

cal quotations.

Lincoln referred to the scrip

tures so often in his famous de

bates with Stephen Douglas, in

fact, that Douglas finally asked
him in exasperation if he was

'the voice of gospel."

The Bible was tne first book

Lincoln learned to read, and he

could quote, whole chapters from

it. He read from the gospels aloud

before breakfast. Often, before

lunch he stretched out on a White

House sofa to relax for a few

minutes by reading the Good

Book.

LIVER TONIC
H luy UviM-caUMi you to uRr
from indl mMm, tu, hmr'tburtt, con con-tlpaltoB.
tlpaltoB. con-tlpaltoB. fcMdachw, bad breath,
taoa, btllauMMM and akin blamlihaa,
tot Hl8Mn (rum row ohamlit today,
Hloaton la a ral tenia to th llvr and
iBUatlDM. 0t Hlgil'n at drugitore.

Falls Cause More

Deaths Alter 65

Than Auto Crashes

CHICAGO fUPD The Ameri

can Medical Assn. had advice to

day on how o prevent laus,

Mtw a v m Tne lev ana snowy

weather which has prevailed

across the northern half of tne

enuntrv since early December.

It said that if a person must

walk on ice, he can help to keep

his balance by using a riat-iootea

shuffle end keeping his weight for
ward.

Tar the elderly. the, advice is

that when sidewalks aire, slkk to
etnv indoors.

An article in', the current. To

day's Health, published by he
AM A, said falling is,;one of the
commonest but most nnecessary
hazards facine the older persot.

The article, by Edward D. Fales

Jr., of lime, Rock fetation, conn.,
said more persons .die' after 65
from falls and their computations

than, from automobile accident in
inrilPS. '1: v .

Fales concluded that the most
dangerous room in the bouse is

not Jhe kitchen but the bedroom
"ThU h where most elderly per

sons, fall, fc r

Wright Brothers, of Colon, en
tered a low bid of $8,692 on a Pa

nama Canal project specifying

the replacement of clotheslines in

various Canal zone communities.

The bids were opened yesttrday

afternoon in the Administration
Building at Balboa Heights.

Dillon Construction Inc. made
an offer of $9,474.60 while Diaz
and Guardla bid $11,877 on the
project.
The work will consist of the
replacing of approximately 180
umbrella type clotheslines with
"T" type installations in Panama
Canal family quarters located in
Margarita, Gatun, Aneon, Balboa,
and Diablo Heights.

ST. LUKE'S
Ancen
A call to all Scouters of our
community is made to participate
in the annual Scout Sunday serv service
ice service at the Cathedral'of St. Luke in
Ancon, which will be held this
morning at 11 o'clock. Explorer
Post No. 5, Boy Scout Troop No. 5

and cub Fack No. 5 will be pre present
sent present in uniform to participate in
this colorful and meaningful serv

ice. The Very Rev. Mainert J. Pe

terson, Dean of the Cathedral will
officiate and oreach on "The Wis

dom of Scouting," assisted by the

itev. can rnunp ijams. Also par participating
ticipating participating in the service will be
Explorer Master Robert 13. Schultz
and Scoutmaster Robert Stewart.

Underlying this celebration of

Scout Sunday is the Scout law, "A

Scout is Reverent." This is not

just a statement that he respects

tnings, out is in complete conson

ance wih the part of the Scout
oath which says "On my honor, I

win ao my Dest to do my duty to
God and my country."

Scout is a great ideal in which

ine Doys ot our community are

made better citizens in this world

and the next. The whole program

is geareo to an order of life in
which God is recognized as it?
founder and His moral law re recognized
cognized recognized as the basis of life. So
the act of. worship in this special
way is the call to all Scouters to

make a public witness of their
pledge found in both the Sceut
oath and Scout law. All members

ot the community arq cordially

mviiea to attena.

'? V" f 1 1..

ETCHED INTO HISTORY A skilled engraver at the rederal
Mint in Munich, Germany, makes castings for a series of .gold
medallions that will be issued at banks in commemoration ot
the crowning of Pope John XXIII, Using a special machine, the
engraver moves a stylus in his right hand along the etched
portions of a large master die. A cutting tool, rear centerMJs
linked mechanically with the stylus. This cuts the reduced
design on a casting that will produce the actual medallion

Bible Society To Honor Abe Lincoln

For Devotion And Use Of Scriptures

As tribute to Lincoln's serin'

tural interests, the Bible Society

is observing his birthday with

special exhibit in his honor at its

Park Avenue headquarters, begin

ning Monday. Next week, the so

ciety will similarly honor the

birthday of President George
Washington, one of the founders

of the Army chaplain corps.

A feature of the incoln ex

hibit is a Testament that stopped

bullet during the Civil War

battle of Chancellorsville. Also on
display will be the Bible Lincoln

sent Union soldier Charles W

Merrill to replace the one that

saved the soldier's life.

"Lincoln found it difficult to

unite with any particular church,'
Dr. Nettinga said. "There is 1

ttnfrnvnirev in 4onf aitam VI

vunti viviu; ia invit) vtci sua
religiosity, but it is known he was

Bible reader."

The great Civil War president

always carried a pocket devotion

al containing daily Bible readings,
In 1847,' he ; gave his wife, Mary,
a large family Bible. Some years

before that, he found consolation
over the death of Ann Rutledge

in reading a Bible given him by

menu.

"It was the best cure for the

blues," he said of the volume

given him by Mrs, Lucy Speed

in i84i.

Scholars have found 77 direct

quotation from the Bible in Lin
coins speeches, state papers, let

ters ana recorded conversations

Most of the 1 citations are from

the four gospels and the words of

Jesus. Genesis was his second fa

vorite source and the Psalms

came next, Nettinga said.

in tne election of 1860. Lincoln

learned that of 23 ministers to

Springfield, 111., only three were

going to vote for him because of
his anti-slavery stand. He retort

ed that the Bible was against

slavery and he was for freedom

and added:
"...With this book in their hands.

in the light of which human bond-

b cannot live a moment, they

are going to vote against me."
Lincoln is known to have read

the Bible while' riding horseback
in making the rounds of the Illi Illinois
nois Illinois judicial circuit during his

law-practicing days. He read the
Bible aloud to the White House

staff. And in 1841. he narticiDated

in a campaign to put a Bible in
every home.

The American Bible Societv

made him a life director in

1863, in recognition of this effort.
To point up presidential use of
the scriptures, the Bible Society

has brought out a film-strip and

recording series called "The Bible

and the Presidents," with Quota

tions used by Lincoln, Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, Thomas Jefferson and Theo

dore Roosevelt.

hf D' PARTY GAINS

LONDON fUPD The -Cnmrnn

nlst Daily Worker reoorted todav

that Britain's Communist Party

gained 4. members this vear

ine newspaper published a state

ment py tne party's political com

mittee announcing that total 1959

regisration was 25,303. Britain's

total population IS close to 50

million.. ..'fr- i

ANOTHER LEE s

COLUMBUS, Ohio (UPI Gen

eral lee Will officiate at the

planting of the Lincoln Memorial

tree here Feb. 12.

He is Gen. Harold R. Lee,' U.S.
Marine Corps, in charge of the
military delegation to the cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies for the -dedication of Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln Memorial Hospital

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MRS. CHARLES W. GUNN

NATIONAL PRESIDENT OF LEGION AUXILIARY
Ut RIVES NEXT WEEK TO VISIT ON ISTHMUS
Mrs. Charles W. Gunn of Portland, Ore., national presl presl-dent
dent presl-dent of the American Legion Auxiliary, is expected to arrive
' in Panama Tuesday, February 17, for a five-day official visit.
" Advance plans for her visit here include calls to high
officials of -the Canal Zone government and military installations.

After the official calls on Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, Mrs. Gunn will be guest
of honor at a dinner for Depart Department
ment Department officers and husbands, De Department
partment Department Legion officers and

wives.
A sightseeing tour on the Pad'
fic Side Thursday will be follow

ed by an informal dinner given by

Department officers and chair

men.

On Friday. February 20, Mrs.

Gunn will go the Atlantic Side for
a visit to the Locks and a ship shipping
ping shipping trip. A reception will be given
for tier Friday evening from 7 to

9 at the Breaker: Club in Coco So

lo, after which Mr;,. Gunn will at

tend the annual Policemen s Ball

at the Cristobal Skyroom.

She is scheduled it leave

plane Saturday. February 21.

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THE VOICE OF
BROADWAY
by Doroihy Killgallen

Public Invited

To Rock Show Saturday

The Canal Zone Gem and Mi

neral Society have extended an
oDen invitation to the public to at

tend a rock next Saturday from 2

to 8 p.m. at the society s build-
j .. : il rn r:

ing in ine oaiooa rier aiea .
. .l lff11?: month to make

well as rough material.
The shop will be open, and visi visitors
tors visitors will have an onportunily to

see the equipment which is used
in p-ocessmg the stones. All the

stones on display have been garn garnered
ered garnered from the Canal Zone.

Members of the society are re reminded
minded reminded of a business meeting Fri

day evening at 7:30 Material for

the show should be brought to
the clubhouse to make final ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for the Saturday
event.

CZ Art League
Meets Tuesday
The Canal Zone Art League,
Atlantic Chapter, will meet at 7:30
Tuesday evening at the Gatun Art
Club Building.
A special movie, "World of Mo Mosaics,
saics, Mosaics, will be shown.
' All interested persons are invit invited
ed invited to attend.

PANAMONTE INN,
BOQUETE
The ideal port of entry into
the rich and fertile Chiriqui
Highlands,
Modern conveniences, first rate
food and drinks plus unfailing
friendly service are all yours at
moderate prices.
For reservation simply wire
Panamonte Boquete or see your
travel-agent.

Woman's Club Members
To Visit Barre Colorado
The Balboa Womeu's Club will
sponsor an outing to the Barro Co Colorado
lorado Colorado Island February 28.
Members and guests will leave
the Balboa station at 7:15 a.m. for
Frijoles, where they will be taken
to the island by motor launch. A
guided tour of the game refuge
will be followed by lunch. The
launch will leave at 3 p.m. for the
return trip.
A nominal charge will cover the

entire trip. Members are urged to

bring a change of clothing and

study walking shoes.

Reservations must be made by

Monday in order that arrange
ments may be completed. Inter

ested persons should call Mrs. Sa Sara
ra Sara Rowley, Balboa 3674; Mrs. Tes
sie Luce, Balboa 1488; Mr. Loret Loret-ta
ta Loret-ta Snodgrass, Balboa 2384; or Mrs.
Mary Worley, Balboa 4203.

Miss Midnight's Notebook:
Beautiful Erin O'Brien's parting
from husband Jimmy Fitzgeralu
came as no great surprise to her
close friends, who predicted it
long ago wher sht was just an
occasional guest performer on
Steve Allen's "Tonight" show.
They were aware that she had
consulted her parents and her
spiritual advisor before tying a
six-months separation; now the
separation has been extended in indefinitely,
definitely, indefinitely, if cot permanently. .
Harry Belafonte is testing wives
on an assembly-line' basis at a
Manhattan stuaiu. He's seeking a
beautiful newcomer to play ihe
role of his mate in "Odds Against

Tomorrow.". .Dimibn Tiomkm

York late this

an important an-

Rtbekih Card Party
The Rebekah Club has planned
a card party for Monday at 12 30
p.m. at the Wirz Memorial in
Balboa.

JOIN THE ARMY AND
LONDON (UPD- The semiof semiofficial
ficial semiofficial army quarterly yesterday
told young Britons they too should
join the army and "become a pre president
sident president or premier." It noted that
six former officers are or were
heads of ste. This list included
President Eisenhower.

FIND URANIUM DEPOSITS
TOKYO (UPI) At least five
million tons of uranium ore de deposits
posits deposits have been discovered in a
small area on southwestern Hon

shu Island of Japan, the economic

newspapers Nihon Keizai reported

Tuesday. The ore s uranium con con-tent
tent con-tent runs from 3.2 to 5 per cent,
it said.

nouncement about the score for
a Broadway musical. . .Enrol

Flvnn's adventure with the Cu

ban rebels accomplished at least
one thing: the 42d St. movie thea

tres are reviving his oia pictures.

John Ireland s farewell aate at
Goldie's was pretty Venita Rad Rad-cliffe.
cliffe. Rad-cliffe. His contract with the "Des-

try" producers torn up by mu

tual agreement," ne pians io
spend the next four months in
Caliiornia. .The first stills of
Yul Brynner in "Solomon and
Sheba" have arrived on this side
of the Atlantic. He looks striking,

but hairdly recognizable, in a long
wig and beard.
Those familiar with the most

recent chapters in Liz Taylor's

thrilling life story couldn t neip

lifting eyebrows over the appro

priate title to her newiy-scneaui-ed
picture, "It's Suddenly Last
Summer". .Those scientists can
stop working on the H-bomb. A
TV network is said to be trying
to get Maria Calks and Mario
Lanza to costar in a spectacular.
. .Model Joan Baker (once wed
to Seth Baker, 'who later mar married
ried married Joan Benny) is on the verge
of, an aisle-waltz with Hubert Fe Fe-nal,
nal, Fe-nal, a wealthy Frenchman.
Broadway Guessing Game: A
famous star of show business,
who has endured more than her
share of unhappiness and scan

dal, will have to exipect the rift

rumors to fly if her bridegroom

keeps sleeping at his office in

stead of home as he did sever

al nights last week. .A guest at
the most recent soiree of a well-

publicized Greenwich Village par

ty giver was quietly nabbed by

the gendarmes at the height of
the festivities. He was toting a
pistol without a permit. .

Two 5Ui Ave. hotels refused to

rent a suite to a Hollywood lumi

nary a son currently visiting Go

tham. The lad's reputation for
loud late bashes scared them. .
Critics who panned a recent
ambitious television program did
not realize the handicap under
which the performers were work working.
ing. working. The narrator of the how
was fractured at airtime.

Gordon MacRae's wife Sheila

had an unnerving experience the
other day. Her blond Jiair turn turned
ed turned ted while she was under the

dryer at the. hairdresser's. She

spent hours making it golden a-

gain via her own method. .Mar .Marguerite
guerite .Marguerite Piazza Is in a dilemma.
She's been offered a television

series, but it would mean spend spending
ing spending four months before the camer cameras
as cameras in New York, and her hus husband
band husband and four children live n

Memphis. Tenn.
Local flicker audiences aire boo booing
ing booing newsreel shots of Gov. Rock
efeller. .Mitzi Gaynor's hus husband,
band, husband, Jack Bean, will open a
New York branch of his public
relations firm and live here while
Mitzi films "Anniversary Walts."

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Carol Grace, currently emoting

in "The Cold wind and tne

warm." has almost finished writ

ing her first play.

inose rather mysuiying adver

tisements in the garment indus industry
try industry trade paper taken by Candy

Jones and proclaiming that "in

fringement on the use of my

name is subiect to immediate le

gal action' were the result 01

Candy's discovery that a West
Coast manufacturer has been put

ting out a line of "Candy Jones
Dresses" without her permission.

uasoia staton ana jazz trum

peter Al Barry more were refus

ed a marriage license by the
town clerk ot Greenwich, Conn.,
because they didn't have a copy
of Barrymore's decree from his
previous wife. Members of the

Moslem faith, they applied un

der their Arabic names Miss A-

liyah Rabia and Talib Dowud.

.Brigitte Rohlaad, the Ballet

Russe de Monte Carlo dancer
who used to date ex -King Simeon

of Bulgaria, now appears to pre prefer
fer prefer Art Ford.

Edith Piafs success at the

Waldorf's Empire Room is im impressive.
pressive. impressive. She's been getting a

five-minute ovation even before
she sings her first number. But

no matter how insistent the ap

plause, she refuses to sing more

than 10 songs. .Roz Foy, who

runs the Foy Modeling agency,

will go to Mexico to seek a di divorce
vorce divorce from her husband, who is

also her business partner. .

When Walter Slezak, who's play

ing a gypsy m Warner Brothers'

"The Miracle," read that Eli
Wallach was pLying a gypsy on
TV in "For Whom the Bell

Tolls," he sent him a telegram

saying, Dear EU. 1 have a pair

of long
row."

earrings you may bor

Meeting

Mary tarlett Circle

T Meet Wednesday

The Mary Bariett. circle oi tne

Gamboa Union Church will meet

Wednesday morning at 9:30 at the

home of Mrs. Juan Hidalgo, Sixth
Avenue and 95th Street, San Fran

cisco de lk Caleta.
. All members and friends of the
church are invited to attend.
Balnea Woman's Club
Plant Wadnaadav fc.Mtina

The. Balboa Woman's Club will
mee. Wednesday morning at 9 at

the USO-JWB in Balboa

A feature of the meeting will be
a visit by the Panamanian twins
for whom the club has maintained
an interest since their birth 12

years ago.
Quarry Halghts Club
To Have Coffee

The Quarry Heights Women a

Club has planned a February cof
fee mee tin for Wednesday morn

ing at 9 on the pati' of the Quarry
TT.:ut. ni...f. rlk 1 ViUn.

unguis uiutu wuui n
tine a theme will be used.

All members are tuved to at

tend. Guests will be- welcome.

Virginia School Board Denied Delay

In Integration Of Public Schools

Dr. Eric Oslerberg,
Quarantine Chief
Returns From US

Dr. Eric R. Osterberg. Chief of
the Division of Preventive Medi Medicine
cine Medicine and Quarantine, returned to
the Isthmus by plane Friday
mornine from New York where

he completed the first semester!

of a course in Public wealth A(V
f -; a .i i u: tt :

ministration hi me VOiumun um
versitv School of Public Health.

Before returning to the Canal

Zone Osterberg visited the Unit United
ed United States Public Health Service
Quarantine Station at Rosebank,
New York, the U.S. Public Health
Service Headquarters in Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, D.C. and the Training

Branch of the Communicable Di
sease Center at Atlanta, Geor
gia.

The visit in Washington was
made in connection with the

training program in the Canal
Zone of the Panama Canal board boarding
ing boarding officers.
Osterberg will resume his du duties
ties duties at Balboa Heights Monday

morning.

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Clayton NCO Wives
Held Business Meeting

The Fort Clayton NCO Wives
Club held a regular business meet

ing last week.

New club members who were

welcomed by Mrs. Martin Fork

as, presideLt, include Mrs. John

Costelto, Mrs. Pat Ryan ana Mr.
Samuel Tisdale.

Plana for a trio to transit the

Canal were discussed, and Mifs.
Elmer Shannon and Mrs. Cla Clarence
rence Clarence Swanson were named to or

ganize plan and set a definite date
for the outing.
Hoetesses tor the meeting were
Mrs. Jean Collins, Mrs. Beverly
Kinsey and Mrs. Maria Muilenax.

Charity Card Croup
To Meet Thursday
The Charity Card Group of the
Balboa Woman's Club will meet
for dessert and cards at 12:30
Thursday afternoon at the Fort
Amador Officers' Open Mass.
Mrs. William Black, a non-member
will be hostess with Mrs. Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence Aider, Panama "3-4890, and
Mrs. W. A. Daniels, Panama 3 3-4711.
4711. 3-4711. Reservations should be
made by noon Wednesday.
Canal Zone women may call
Mrs. W. C. Merchant, card group
chairman, at Balboa 3317.
Writer's League,
To Meet Thursday
A meeting of the Armed Forces
Writers' League has been sched scheduled
uled scheduled for Thursday at 7:30 in the
librari of the USO-JWB in Balboa.
Discussion theme fort the meet

ing will be script wri.ing, story
and photo opportunities in Excer-

cise Bana;an nree.

League membership is open to
military personnel, their depend

ents arid qualified residents of the

Canal Zone ar Panama.
Teastmatters Honor
Carl Wldall

Carl Widell, with an appeal for

active adult particpation in tne

Boy Scout movement, was con considered
sidered considered the best speaker at Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evening's meeting of the Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian Toastmasters Club. Gibb

Stuckey received the award for the

member showing the most improvement-
The Isthmian Toastmaster will
hold a ioint meeting with the Lions

Club Thursday. February 19, at

6:30 in the Fern Room of the Ti
voli Guest Housa. For further in

formation, telephone Cdr. Sidney

E. Taylor, flavy 2434.
Lebanon Foresters
A soecial meetine of the Leban

on Foresters Count Down Five

will be held Monday evening at

8. All past and present members
are urged to attend.

ALEXANDRIA. Va. (UPI) t

Federal Judge Albert V. Bryan

today refused to grant me Alex

andria school rrara a aeiay in me
integration of .sine Negroes in the

City's public schools.

.Bryan told tne Doara s attorneys
he saw "no reason for altering
the conclusions" he had announc announced
ed announced Wednesday : enrollment of
the nine1 Negroes in three schools

Lnext Tuesday.

- School board attorneys henry
Crockett,' John B. Phillips and
Earl F. Wagner said they would
carry a new appeal to Chief Judge
Simon Sobeloff of the U.S. Fourth
Circuit Court of Appeals in Balti Baltimore.:
more.: Baltimore.: Phillips said they hoped to
have a ruling before Tuesday's
integration.
The I oard had announced it
would "pursue all legal remedies'
to block integration this semester.
The .board said if .the appeal
failed, it would admit the Negroes
Tuesday and expected the cjty to
accept the change without violence
or disorder.
The board confidently expects
the full cooperation of the citizens
in the same manner as that dem demonstrated
onstrated demonstrated by our sister communi

ties in Virginia," the board said.

Twenty-one Negroes who enroll enrolled
ed enrolled Monday in seven schools in
Norfolk .and Arlington re urned
quietly or their fifth day of
integrated classes yesterday. No

disturbances have been reported in

either city.
Bryan, in ordering the Negroes
enrolled Tutsday even though
Alexandria already has s'arted

its second semester, upheld the

board Wednesday in rejecting

five other Negro applicants.

He indicated at that time any

further delay would be out of the
question. ;.,;
Police forces at the newly-integrated
schoolf in Arlington .and
Norfolk were' being reduced as the
first week of bi, racial classes
ended.
Twelve policemen were. sta.
Uoned at Stratford Junior High in
Arlington Thursday, compared to
100 on the day the. four Negroes
eniered the seventh, grade. It was
expected that only a handful of
juvenihr officers would be left al
S ratford next week.vf
Five of the six integrated Nor Nor-folk
folk Nor-folk schools reported slight esroll esroll-mint
mint esroll-mint gains Thursday. The sixth
remained about steady. The three
high and three junior high schools
had 6,868 students "in classes, still
some 30 per cent below normal
capacngB '- -
Many Norfolk students remain
in private classes or have moved
elsewhere to continue 'school.

which is current events, will be

awarded with some kind of a

book on Awards Day at the end

of the year.

An example of one of the ques

tion is: 1

All but one of the following are

former Premiers -bf France de

feated in the elections for the

French National Assembly:

a. Pierre Mendes-Frence
b. Paul Ramadier
c. Edouard Daladier
d. Francoise Sagan
Of course, not all were as easy

as this one.

Track season and the Balbda

Relays are coming up so get
down at the stadium and cheer

our team on.

Well, it's been nice havme this

little chat with you and letting

you know what, the gist o f it,

goes on at Balboa High School,

Balboa, canal zone.

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Shellhase, 7, gives a large model
of the human ear something to,
listen to. Exhibit was dis-j
played in Washington, D.C, at j
a convention of the American i

Association for the Advance-!

ment of Science.

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WeU. well! Carnival. St. Valen

tine's Day, and dry season (t),

what more could anyone asx rorr
Except maybe to be in an air-

conditioned room.
In retard to St. Valentine's

Day, the Valentine Forma, will
be held this Friday night, don't
forget. The committee, Henry

Lavender. Eleanor Stancook, uon

Terry, Barbara Klipper, u a r o i
Dimpfl, Morgan Schoch, Joe Rey Reynolds.
nolds. Reynolds. Tim Davs. Ann Woods,

Kay Davis, John Morris, Charlie

Chase, Tom Ashton, Katny cox,

Billy Williams, and Sheila sny sny-der.
der. sny-der. has really gone all Out to

make this a dance you will ..-re

member. The Valentine Queen

and court have not been- com completely
pletely completely elected as yet that ia

they are in the last stages or

voting.
The Parrakeet was announcing
that there would be an Ice Fol

lies at the Balboa Pool next
month if everyone in school

would bring a tray of ice cubes

Of course, you never know what

might happen if they did.

wnich brings to mind the otn
er school publication, the Zonlan.

Carole Symonds Is having a time

with the informal pictures be

A a nnna tK nni4awn1aaiman

which includes junicrs too, will
bring in any baby pictures. Mon Monday
day Monday is the deadline for getting
in those droopy-diaper pics, re

member.

There are more surveys being

taken this month. Every home

room period a slip of some kind

asking if your, work and now
much you earn or asking if you

ride, walk, run, or fly to school

u passed out for yen to fiu out.

ror, tne peneot of some unaer unaer-cleismeo.
cleismeo. unaer-cleismeo. this does not include

juniors, the seal you see in the

center of the hau li not wei

come mat; that, it you do not

wipe your feet on it every time
you 'go by.

History classes took the Time

Magazine test a few days ago

The highest scorer on ibis test,

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pert star -wno mames ner oil oil-stage
stage oil-stage tirades Ott artistic tempera temperament
ment temperament i; probably just acting out
a dramatic excuse dreamed up
- by her press agent. Chances are
the 'real cause of her turbulent
behavior is a simple case of
ua J a
- Turkish soprano Leyla Geacer
declares: "Opera is one of the
- most satisfying but most difficult
professions in the world. It's im impossible
possible impossible not to be nervous in this
profession."
The raven haired prima don donna,
na, donna, who's winding up her third
tinging tour of the United States,
says that an opera star is always
worried whether she will be lik liked
ed liked by the audience and music
critics. She, explains that this on on-cerV.inty
cerV.inty on-cerV.inty always makes a star
extremely tense. "Every per performance
formance performance is just like taking an
important examination," she de declares.
clares. declares. It's this constant pressure that
Mme. Gencer blames for the
tantrums that often shower a
lingers like. .Maria ; Callas with
more. publicity than her artistic
talents,. The tempestuous Brooklyn-born
diva made headlines re recently
cently recently when she was ifired by
both the Metropolitan and La
Scala operas.
. An example of the extreme
pressures that an opera star must
undergo occurred when the Turk Turkish
ish Turkish soprano was once called on to
replace Miss Callas who had can canceled
celed canceled an appearance in San Fran Francisco.
cisco. Francisco. Mme. .Gencer txplains that
he had never performed in that
particular opera and had to learn
the entire score In a weak.
The Turkish smger admits that
ne is nervous every time she
walks on stage
' She explains that before each
performance she tries to soothe
ner nerves by drinking plenty of
hat tea or coffee. But while on
stage, she : says, that she must
constantly, remind herself to re remain
main remain calm. ..
, Mmr. Gencer admits that oc occasionally
casionally occasionally her, tenseness reaches
the breaking point. But the re resulting
sulting resulting 4.explos:ons are always
tim(5d,,s0v they won't go off dur during
ing during the, show. Usually they erupt
during rehearsals' when she lets
off ateam by tearing up her sing sing-lng
lng sing-lng script. V
Off the job, however,' she reacts
with amazing coolness to situa
tions.; that would make the;
average persons a candidate tor
an ulcer. For instance, she is
famous among her colleagues for
losing money.
In one month she lost three
pay checks worth a small for-tuner-affled
-friendr say r that
she reacted to the loss, with the
nonchalance of i milliopaire who
acddently dropslf nickel into
a storm sewer. But Mme.' Gen Gencer
cer Gencer clamly explains, "There are

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Soprano Lclyle Gencer
much
more important things to
worry about than money.
Friends find this attitude even
more amazing since her husband
is a Turkish bank manager.
Mme. Gencer eredits her huvl
band with much of her s.ngi'ngi
success. She explains that he's!
the one who urged her to become
an opera star in the first place,
And. he did it after they were
married.
"I have a very nice husband,"
she says. "He's exceptional."
Mme. Gencer studied voice at
the Istanlril 'Jonservat-fv trom
1946 to 1949, making, her debut
in Ankara n 1950.
S nce then she has sung her
way across nearly a dozen na nations,
tions, nations, proving that nerves or
not she has the ability to hold
audiences in the pann of her
hand.
The other hand holds a cup of
coffee.
JJom em a king.
Warm water is far betther for
sprinkling clothes than cold. It
penetrates the fabric more thor thoroughly.
oughly. thoroughly. For years cooks have been
adding flavoring to hot foo'J.
Now nutritionists explode this
practice, especially for boiled
.custard, frostings and candy. Add
flavoring when these are cold,
they advise, since this prevents
evaporation of the flavoring.
Never place,, a neW coat
floor "Wa ovfr in old coat.4
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TarVtborito, punto and
dance fans in Panama today
The'word which means
day Of the year is hula. She
Ruth Walea and her husband,
Sc. Wallace '(Waliy) Walea are
both native-porn Hawiiians. At
presem they are making their
home at Fort Kobbe, where he is
assigned with he A-my.
...
They arc. peruaps, better known
to hundreds oi pany-goers on the
Isthmus as a riotous comedy team
combining hula with humor. The
VValeas perioral tor tun wltn a
small group ot girls trained by
Ruth in her native dances. They
have appeared lor audiences m
service clubs, theaters and at civ civic
ic civic and charitable events on both
sides of the Isthmus, in Panama
and the Canal Zone.
Ruth Walea started hula lessons
before she ever opened a school
book. At four, shi already was
winning prizes in competition.
A true advocate of tha dance,
the denies firmly that hula it a
"texy" or "intinutting" dance,
explaining that the body move movement
ment movement it telely for rhythm ac accompaniment
companiment accompaniment at the handt tell
the ttery. Sht teachet her glrlt
a variety of hula routines, rang,
lng from ancient ta modern
talet. She either dtvitet the
manual mevementt hertelf, or
adapts ttandsrd vertiont to her
own tatte.
"Everyone does it a little dif different,"
ferent," different," she says.
She also schools her students in
intricate manipulations with the
hula implements the gourds, peb pebbles
bles pebbles and soears.
Ruth was also her husbanj'r
teacher. They specialize in come comedy
dy comedy skits. Audience reaction usual usually
ly usually centers around th comment,
"They're a rio;." '
Both olay the uklele, and Ruth
ilso plays the piano. Their son,
seven-year-old Wallace too, "sings
a little," his mother says, but is
hardly a devotee to the hula cause.
Baseball is more his speed at this
particular stage.
Besides the music and dances,
the Waleas keep the traditions of
the islands at the dinner table.
Rice is a must, Ru n remarks,
"even if we have potatoes too."
Poi is Considered a delicacy here.
She also serves a concoction of
pork, beef and fish, steamed to together
gether together and known officially as
laulau. Chicken cooked with taro
tops in coconut milk gravy is an another
other another favorite dish, as is salted
salmon prepared with onions and
tomatoes.
Ruth and Wally Walea are ac active
tive active members of the Hawaiian
Club, a group of 'ocal residents
of Hawaiian descent now number numbering
ing numbering about 80.
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dance to Mrs. Ruth Walea any
lives it, and she loves it.
Insttad of the .conservative
dinner or luncheon meeting, this
club occasionally throws a full full-fledged
fledged full-fledged luau, an event to popul-.
ar they hive to curb the guest
list. These are really "hack
home" at. airs, complete wl.h
the pit for the roasted whole pig
and the iula troupe for enter entertainment.
tainment. entertainment. An oil painting hanging in the
Walea's living room could have
been sketched at any Panama
beach. Palm trees and sand are
the foreground, the sea the back background.
ground. background. v It is, instead, Ruth Walea's first
effort as an artist, and the locale
is the shoreline of Oatiu island.
She spent her childhood in a vil village
lage village called Wahiawa, near the
Soofield barracks which gained
fame in the novel and movie
"From Here To Eternity."
Her name, in her native tongue,
is Keonona. meaning fragrance.
Even in Hawaii, she was plagued
by the nickname "Stinky.
On the Saturday night ofDec.
6, 1941, Ruth was out late, playing
with a dance band.
She remembers stirrine from
her sleep to hear her father urge
her mother to get back in the
house. This, he said, was not an another
other another practice like the ones the
nearby American fliers had been
having lately. Within minutes, the
yard was riddled with gunfire
from the attacking Japanese
planes.
,Her fattier, a police official in
the area, answered his duties and
his family did not hear from him
for nearly three weeks. At one
time, Ruth recalls, there were 18
people living in he- home, friends
who had fled the battle area or
lost homes in the fires.
She knows what unpreparedness
really means. "That's why we al always
ways always try to cooperate in civil de
fense activities. We know how im important
portant important it is."
Ruth and her titter later oper operated
ated operated a beauty thop, women't
clo'hing store and dance tchool
under one roof, but the buiineit
of the dance toon became Ruth't
pride and joy. She ha instruct instructed
ed instructed both sexet, all aget, in Haw Hawaiian
aiian Hawaiian dancet. Many of her ttu ttu-dentt
dentt ttu-dentt have been tervice perton perton-nel
nel perton-nel and their dependents living
in the Itlandt.
She avows that one Is never too
old or too young to learn the hula.
Her least-young pupil was a 78-year-old
American woman visiting
in Hawaii, and her smallest was
a three-year-old girl.
Ruth and Wally, with young
Wally. moved from Hawaii to Ft.
Dix, N.J., transferring to Kobbe a
little more than a year ago. They
afe active members of the Church
of Latter Day Saints in Balboa. A
Rum Walea likes tropical living
("the weather's a little hot").
She also enjoyed living on the
"mainland" (the States).
But she is a one-woman Cham Chamber
ber Chamber of Commerce for the Hawai Hawaiian
ian Hawaiian Islands. She will return there
with her family to settle.
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Hula Hoofing
Ruth and
BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
When her infant brother is fed,
jealous Nora gets as close to the
harrowing sight as possible.
Pressing against Her motner s
shoulder, she watches, silent, and
intent as Bryan's face takes on
a look of blissful content.
As his eyes close to a gentle
hiccup, she'll say suddenly and
passionately, "I want a oottle,
too. Why xan't I have a bottle,
too?"
Disturbed by the intensity of
Nora's feeling, her mother says
hastily, "Oh, you don't want a
bottle like poor little B.fan. He
just gets one because lie g so
weak he can t hold a glass for
himself as you can."
By thus belittling the impor
tance of the baby which causes
Nora's jea'ousy, the is really try
ing to belittle the importance of
the jealousy.
I'm not scolding Nora's mother
for this attempt. Today fewer
and fewer of us can toierate in intense
tense intense feelings in other people.
Recently, the father of a friend
of mine died. ihe got the news
as she was leaving for work. At
her usual couee counter she
found herself unable to cat her
breakfast, and Breaking into tears,
told the waitress why.
The young woman was as ter
rified by her grief as .Nora's motn
er is of the child s jealousy.
Frantically plying rny friend
with paper napkins, Khe said.
"Don't cry. don't cry. We all
have to go sometime, don't we?"
bo my triend naa to run into the
hs'treet with her upsetting emotion.
VI ii ; f ; i i i : i i
ne bib iciiuieu vy uiuiureii s
expressions of anger, jealousy
and injury because like Nora, we
learned early that these feelings
in us were disapproved. When
we kicked and yelled in anger.
the grownups said, "Is that a
nice way to carry on?
When a little sister s birthday
glories made us jealous, they
said, "You should be happy that
orandma sent Babsy a new coat.
it we fell and cut our knee.
they said, "Big boys don't cry o-
ver every little scratch."
Jaililon placid
The shirred leather pouch with
;old metal chain handle is a
ashion going lots of smart plac
es this winter.
White nylon slips and dark
wool clothes don't mix well. The
wool fibers tend to rub off on
the nylon and turn it gray. So
buy dark slips for your dark
wool dresses.
The cashmere sweater has
stretched. It's turned into a iuli-
leneth dress that's lhn hliM nf
luxury but not fabulously priced.
ruiiy nnea, oi course,

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eand
and Spoofing
Wally Walea
As a result, many of us carry
aDout with us unshed tears and
unvoiced cries.
So when our child explodes
some passionate feeling, like No Nora's
ra's Nora's mother and the waitress in
the coffee bar, wt hasten to belit belittle
tle belittle its importance. We have to do
this.
If we don't minimize the feel feeling
ing feeling quickly, our own angers, jea jealousies
lousies jealousies and hurts might become
real to us. Those unshed tears
might have their way with us.
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FESTIVE and s;ay, these aspic
brighten ValenUne tables,
By GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor
Big red hearts of tomato aspic
sparked with hot red pepper
sauce will brighten the Valentine
party buffet.
Valentine Aspics (I torvings)
Two envelopes unflavored gela gelatin,
tin, gelatin, ZVi cups tomato juice, divid divided;
ed; divided; u teaspoon tabasco, Vi tea
spoon salt, 1 teaspoon sugar; f
teaspoon Worcestershire sauce, Vt
cup lemon or lime juice, 8 bread
slices, 6 stuffed olives, one 3 3-ounce
ounce 3-ounce package cream cheese.
Sprinkle gelatin on 1 cup i the,
tomato juice in saucepan to soft soften.
en. soften. Place over low heat, stirring
constantly, until gelatin is dis-
1.
A recent study revealed that
men actually sit more, than wom women.
en. women. As a result, the girls have
trimmer hips. They also have
fatigued feet. A good exercise
to perk up leg and foot circula circulation
tion circulation is to make a circle with
each foot, about 10 to 20 times.
You can do this under your desk
if you're a working woman or
at home while peeling potatoes
or reading a book.
Listening to what another per person
son person has to say makes you very
attractive in" his Jeye"s. When
your turn comes, perhapY "the
other individual will return the
compliment.
The doctor's right when he re recommends
commends recommends low or flat heels for
wear during pregnancy. But your
morale will siiffe- if they're bust busted
ed busted down shoes. Get strong, pret pretty
ty pretty new ones.
Few persons. have pearly white,
straight teeth. However, there
ts little excuse for stained teeth
which detract from your smile
when talking to people. Proper
brushing of teeth, gum massage
and regular visits to a dentist
will keep your teeth clean.
Smoking leaves a detracting
mark of nicotine-stained fingers.

Now in the New

To be introduced and for a short time only. .
Great Variety of beautiful designs to choose from.

93 PIECES FOR 12 PERSONS
SPECIAL PRICE $42.50

Commercial Account Members
PANAMA-COLON

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solved. Remove from heatj t9f
remaining 2Vi cups tomato juice
tabasco, salt, sugar, WorcestejJ
shire sauce and lemon tjuice
Pour into 8 orie-half-cup indivl
dual heart shaped molas; t chti
until firm. To serve, cutybreal
slices into heart shapes, thr'sam
size as molds. Finely chop olivef ..
add to cream cheese and crean v
well. Spread bread with mixture;
Unmold aspic on crem fSheesi
topped bread. Serve with tnayoQ
naise using u teaspoon''. t'aVasei
to each Vb cup mayonnaise. V,
Here's another refreshing mold
ed salad, this one sparked wt)
aromatic bitters.
Tropical Grapefruit Mold
(Makes 8 servings)
Two envelopes unflavored gel
tin, Vt cup sugar, 2V4 cups, water
divided, one B ounce can- froze
concentrated grapefruit juice, I
tablespoons lime or lemon juicsj
1-3 cup medium sweet sherry q
water, 1 tablespoon aromatic bit
ters.
Mix together gelatin, sugar ani
1 cup of water in saucepan. Placi
over niedium heat, stirring;, con
stantly. until gelatin and suga)
are dissolved. Remove from heat,
Add remaining lu cups watet
undiluted grapefruit juice concea
trate and remaining ingredient!
Pour into a 4 cup mold; chill un
til firm. Unmold. If desired, "gat
nish with whipped cream.
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Vomen Vho have ldly ttajaed
fingers anay need to cut down of
their smoking. But to matter Jims
much or how little you smoke,
soak hands in lemon juice or per
oxide to keep them white.
Improper dieting can mid I
complexion as well as a woman1!
disposition. And what good doei
it do to have a svelte figure 'with
a gaunt, strained face that re reveals
veals reveals your pound shedding ef efforts?
forts? efforts? 1
MORE PROBLEMS
VERONA, Italy (UPI) Traffic
police chief Pino Ballerlni" and
city traffic adviser Amilcarefl Ar
caroli emerged from a meetlnl
on the city's parkinf proble to
find their cars had been ticketed
for illegal parking.
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Track's Best Routers TbdayjlnGarmYMlagic

Siete y Medio, Ragazza,
Dependable, Constantino
In 9-Furlong Contest

3 Four of the track's best imported thorough thoroughbreds
breds thoroughbreds will match strides this afternoon in the fea featured
tured featured $3,000 added Carnival Classic at the Pres

ident Remon racetrack.

Race Track Graded Entries

P.P. Hon

Jockey

Comma pf

Odd

lit Rice "Special" Imp. 8 Fg. Purse $450.00 Pool Closos 1:00
1st RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 Granadero R. Vasquez 110 Form indicates
2 Pardine A. Ycaza 113 Returns from layoff
3 Chiusa D. Madrid 106x Doesn't seem likely
4 Highland P. J. Phillips 112 Impressive win last
5 Joyero S. Hernandez 108 Galloped in last

EVEN

2-1

50-1

3-1
5-2

2nd Rict "C

A festive air is expected to pre prevail
vail prevail at the track on this second
day f the 1959 carnival. The Pa Panama
nama Panama City Carnival Queen and
the Canal Zone Queen and their
respective courts have been invit invited
ed invited by the track management to
enliven the classic ceremonies.
Siete y Medio, the prospective
mutuels choice despite recent un unimpressive
impressive unimpressive performances, will
have leading jockey Braulio Bae Bae-t
t Bae-t in the saddle. Baeaa alone
gives the five-year-old Argentine
racer, owned by Mrs. Delia Ace Ace-vedo,
vedo, Ace-vedo, an edge over the opposi opposition.
tion. opposition. Dependable, which seems to im improve
prove improve with every race, could be
an easy winner here, depending
on the b-eaks and the strategy
employed in this race. The usual usually
ly usually reliable veteran Cris ian Rebo Rebo-lledo
lledo Rebo-lledo will guide Daniel Cinigliois
ice.
ejttistaotino, which has been
bSnung'up the track with sizz sizzling
ling sizzling workouts, is another that
could take it all. Constan ino, tin tin-diMibtedlv
diMibtedlv tin-diMibtedlv the strongest finisher
at the track when -igh', will
have Amado Credidio in the sad saddle.'
dle.' saddle.' Speedy Ragazza also rates a
beHwrthan fair chince. She does
her best running in front and
cohW make every post a winner

ii allowed to set her pace in

hand. Hustling Sandino Hernan Hernandez
dez Hernandez will do the booting.
Siete y Medio will tote 112
pounds, Dependable 108, Constan

tino 106 and Ragazza the leather
of only 103.

Ten other prospective thrillers

are included on this unsually at attractive
tractive attractive program.

Sports Briefs

; GONZALES FACES SEDGMAN
' SIDNEY, Australia, (UP1)
.Paiicho Goniales of Los Angeles
wilLmeet Australia's Frank Sedi Sedi-mari
mari Sedi-mari Saturday in the final of the
Jack Kramer tennis tournament
.being held here. Gonzales aa aa-'
' aa-' variced to the final by beating
Aussie Lew Hoad, 15-13,4, 6-4,
Thu8day. : ,,
caWada BEATS NORWAY
, jpSLQ (UPI)-Canada's BeFe-
villMcFarlands team, which will
' rerfrsent the country In the

( forthcoming world ice hockey
' chairipionships at Prague, warmed
uo Jfpr that tournament Thursday
! by peating theuNorwegian national
I tea$jf'-'S-?. The Canadians scored
J onQftln the first period and twice
J each' in the middle and third pe-

noflSU;
tew...
SUFFERS ELBOW INJURY
NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. (UPI)
Aphltler of Niagara University,
wilfcnJiss Saturday night's basket basket-baiame
baiame basket-baiame with St. Bonaventure
becSJiiSlj. of a severe elbow injury.
Buuep, who leads Niagara in
scortng, injured the elbow when
he,ieU .heavily in Pittsburgh Tues Tues-day,night
day,night Tues-day,night in a game against Du-quesne.

Rheumatism
I whenever the pains of Rheumatism,

AlU((llls, .icuillia, UUIIIUKgU,
rnticn, stiff muscles and swollen
Joints make you miserable, get

jiW-MlflD from your druggist at

once, ku

ftOMIND quickly brines fan

tastic relief so you can sleep, wore
And live in cfemfort. Don't suffer
eedles Oy. Qtt ROMIND today.

ADD CARNIVAL CLASSIC

Yesterday As You Like Her and

Horacio triumphed in the co co-featured
featured co-featured one mile and one-ieghth

$750 second series races. As You
Like Her. ridden by Jose Talave Talave-ra.
ra. Talave-ra. beat out mutuels choice Quic

kie by one length and returned
$6.40 to win. Rosita Maria was
third.

Horacio, an odds-on mutuels

favorite, romped by eight lengths

and returned $3.80 under leaning
jockey Braulio Baeza's handling.

King's Park finished second and
Michaux third.

As You Like Her turned the

nine panels in 1:54 while Horacio
was one-fifth of second slower.

The day's only upset winner was
Chevenne in the nightcao at odds
of $20.60. Highly rated Quidico
was beaten a neck by Cheyenne
in his second local start. The Che-yenne-Quidico
one-two paid $64.60.

Baeza was the day's winningest

.lockey with three triumphs. Cris Cris-tian
tian Cris-tian Rebolledo was the runnerup
with two.
The dividends:
FIRST RACE
1 Crew's Hill $9, $5.20
2 Alhajar $3
SECOND RACE

1-EngHsh Wonder $11.40, $6.60

2 Riotous $6.60
v xFirst Doule: 78.80
THratTRACE

1 Carmelita $5.60, $3.80
2 Golden Wonder $3.80
FOURTH RACE
1 Mobjcano $3, $2.20
2 Tingat $3.60.
Quiniela: $12.80
FIFTH RACE
1 Vergniaux $3, $2.20
2 Artie Princess $2.80
SIXTH RACE
1 Recife $6.20, $2.60
2 Double Fija $2.80
1 As vou Like Her $8.40, $2.60
2 Quickie $2.20
Second Double: $20.20
EIGHTH RACE
1 Bright Spur $2.60, $2.20
2 Manuela Pedraza $4.60
Quiniela: $17.60
1 Aluclnado $5.20, $3.40
2 Aldar $2.40
One-Two $11
1 Horacio $3.80. $2.80
2 King's Park $3.
ELEVENTH RACE
1 Chevenne $20.60, $3.
2 Quidico S2.80.
One-Two: $64.60

Natives i Fgs.Purso $425.00 Pool Closes 1:30
2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 Linda Susy S. Hernandez 104 Depends on start 4-1
2 Yosikito B. Aguirre 110 Distance to liking 2-1
3 Chito G. Sanchez 108 Usually close up 5-2
4 Mellizo J. Talavera 115 Enjoying top form 2-1
5 Dr. Bill A. Credidio 108 Could, make it now 3-1
6 Victoria B. Baeza 110 Could score again 4-1

3rd Rc 8th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.Premio $400.00 Pool Close 2:00

1 The Squire A. Credidio 110 In fjgnt to finish
2 Greco J. Phillips 106 Nothing in months
3 Clarucha B. Baeza 110 Jockey may decide
4 Blue Zulu F. Justiniani HOx Would pay well here
5 Riscal F. Alvarez 105 Reportedly improved

3-2
15-1
EVEN
5-1
5-2

4th Race 'F" Natives

7 Fgs.Pun. $375.00
QUINIELA

Pool Closes 2:30

1 Rock'n Roll F. Justiniani
2 Bagdad S. Lanza
3 Bugaba V. Tejada
4 Don Vito H. De Gracia
5 Dudoso D. Madrid
6 Tanganica D. Barret
7 Don Luis R. Prestan

109x Usually close up
102x Wide open contest
HOx Reportedly improved
108x Has beaten better
107x Rates good chance
107x Could go all the way
112x Form indicates

M
4- 1
3- 1
5- 1
5-1
4- 1
3-2

5th Race "B" Natives i Fgs. Purse $45.00 Pool Closas 3:00

1 Jabalina A. Ycaza 118 Should score again
2 Sahri B. Baeza 115 In fight to finish
3 Pancho Lopez F. Justinia 112x Improving slowly
4 (Tuti Fruti A. Credidio 108 -r-Seeks third straight
5 (Blanquita J. Talavera 106 Could make it too

3-2
3- 2
4- 1
2-1
2-1

4th Race "Special'' Imp. 8 Fgs.Purso $650.00 Pool CIosm 3:4"
1st RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 Mauricio B. Aguirre 110 Good recent performances
2 Alamito F. Alvarez 108 Ran well last time
3 Zapaton J. Ulloa 110 Reportedly ready

4 Cool Cat 11 S. Hernandez no uisiance may namaicap

5 Festival

6 Cleron
7 Tarasca

J. Jimenez 115 Dangerous once more

F. Hidalgo 110 Distance handicaps
R. Prestan 97x Coujd get up too

3-1
5-2
5-2
5-2
3-1
10-1
51

7th Race 5th Series Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $500.00 Pool Closes 4:10

2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Pangal J. Phillips 106 Better chance now 5-1
2 Manandoagua B. Baeza 115 Long overdue EVEN
3 Madame C. S. Hernandez 110 Wwld pa"y nice odds 10-1
4 Reina R. Vasquez 113 Jockey should help 2-1
5 Luciente R. Cristian 108 Good recent races 2-1
6 (Silver Heels J. Talavera 106 Usually, close up 3-1
7 (Towns Wall S. Carvajal 105 Apparently outclassed 3-1

8th RACE "SPECIAL" Imp. 4 FPurse $650.00
QUINIELA

Pool Closes 4:40

1 Gran C.
2 Big Sun
3 Tolola
4 Quien Sera
5 Guillotina
6 (Condottiero
7 (Cho' Han

B. Aguirre 116 Has best speed 2-1
V. Castillo 110 Was fractious in last 5-2
C Bovil 110 Reportedly speedy 10-1
A. Credidio 108 Improved in last 3-1
C. Ruiz 106 Ran well last time 4-1
B. Baeza 116 Mutuels favorite 3-2

F. Hidalgo 106, Hasn't shown anything 3-2

9th Raco 6th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.Purso $450.00
ONE TWO

Pool Closes 5:13

1 Introduction
2 Baranoa
3 Deungalope
4 Teloreo
5 Loberia
6 Geyser
7 Nogalina
8 King
9 (Le Matelot
10 (The Gipsy

A. Credidio 110 Good recent races
R. Prestan 105x Would pay off
J. Talavera 113 Would pay good price
A. Gonzalez 110 Early speed only
S. Carvajal 108 Big disappointment
B. Aguirre 115 Could score here
J. Ulloa 113 Reportedly ready
S. Hernandez 105 Returns in good shape
B. Baeza 110 Fractious; hard to beat
F. Alvarez 106 Should help entrymate

4-1
50-1
10-1
25-1

10-1

41

5-2
3-1

2-1
2-1

10th Race "Carnival Classic" lPlirso ?30"0. Pool Closes 5:40

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Fancy Shirts Romp

In BHyjnfersquad

Second Trcck Heel

HO-I1UM Swedish heavyweight challenger Inge mar Johansson studies heavyweight champ Floyd
Patterson as the latter stiffles a yawn during con tract signing ceremonies in New York. They are
scheduled to meet in a tjtle bout before September 30 at a city to be designated within, the next three
weeks. (NEA Telephoto)

RES

1 Constantino A. Credidio 106 Has sizzling workouts
2 Dependable R. Cristian 108 Gets final test here
3 Siete y Medio B, Baeza 112 Must prove superiority
4 Ragazza' S., Hernandez 103 Could go all the way

11th Race "Special" Imp. 6 Fgs.Purso $650.00
ONE TWO

Pool Closes.

1 Edward J.
2 Cheriton
3 Rhea Calls
4 Amelia
5 Voltage
6 Black Jet
7 Camakas
8 Second Cup
9 (Calancha
10 (Cuquita

G. Sanchez
A. Ycaza
S. Hernandez
B. Baeza
R. Prestan
J. Talavera
A. Credidio
R. Vasquez
F. Hidalgo
J. Cadogan

110 Could make it here
110 Depends on start
115 Poor start in last
113 Jockey may help
lOOx Ran well in last
110 Improving rapidly
110 Usually disappoints
113 Would pay off
108 Ran well last time
103 Doesn't eem likely

3-1
32
3-2
3-1

51
5-2
2- 1
3- 1
50-1
3- 1
5-1
15-1
4- 1
41

WIBC NEWS

18TH ANNUAL PANAMA CANAL

ZONE WOMEN'S BOWLING
ASSOCIATION .CHAMPIONSHIP
TOURNAMENT INFORMATION
AND INSTRUCTIONS
Notice to: All league secreta

ries and team captains.

At the meeting held Jan. 18 at

the Margarita Clubhouse, the fol following
lowing following was duly voted upon:

All league secretaries will send

to the tournament chairman a

copy of the averages of her

league members as of Feb. 7. Al Also
so Also include any -substitutes aver averages.
ages. averages. This is important as handi

caps are compiled from these
averages. A comb:ned average

will be used for handicap purpos

es.

Place of Tournament: Diablo

Bowling Alleys.

Dates of tournament: Feb. 20,

21 and 22.

Teams will bowl on Friday
night Feb. 20, first shift begin beginning
ning beginning at 6p.m. Second shift will
begin immediately after first
shift finishes, or approximately at

8:30 p.m. If more teams enter

than can be accommodated on
Friday, they will bowl Saturday
afternoon. Time will be announc announced
ed announced later.
Each participant may enter
team contest more than once pro providing
viding providing she bowls in as many
leagues. Each new team must
consist of at least 2 new partici participants.
pants. participants. Total score for all events
will be based on the first team

entry only. Doubles and singles
will still be limited to one entry.
Doubles and singles will be

bowled on Saturday, Feb. 21 and
continue through Sunday Feb. un until
til until all have bowled. The six games
need not be bowled consecutive consecutively,
ly, consecutively, 3 games can be scheduled one
day and 3 on the next however,
whichever way you enter will
not be changed. Preference will
be given to Atlantic side entries
and .others as received. Entries
will close on Feb. 13 and no
changes will be made thereafter,
neither, will any refunds of en entries
tries entries be made.
t:- p ...:n l to en .

fcrjiiiiy itre wui ik 90. ov per c-
vent, or 10.50 total which in

cludes bowling fees. All team
captains will collect the full a a-mount
mount a-mount for "tier team and turn
same over to the tournament

'Pay-As-You-See'
Baseball Telecasts
In Calif. This Year

John Morria and hit fancy shirt shirt-ed
ed shirt-ed outfit .turned, the tables this
Wednesday afternoon "when they
defeated Charles French's PLAIN
SHIRTS 68 to 52. The -week before,
French and bis boys won' a simi similar
lar similar meet by about the same mar margin.
gin. margin. .' 1 1
Bill Gibson and Joe Garcia niade
the difference for the extra trim
boys. Gibson sailed the disc over
128 ft. to take first: place, in the
event, and Garcia took another
first in the high jumtk by clearing
5' 8." V
There 'were few surprises ra
this second warm up meet of the
current season. John Morris took
a first in the broad jump with a
jump approaching 21 ft. while Sol Solly
ly Solly Toussieh who was expected t
better his 20 ft. effort of last week
fell short because of the crow hop
troubles on his two best jumps. A

bel Lagassie could cut only 1 see
ond off last week's time for a 5: 5:-06.2.
06.2. 5:-06.2. It was predicted earlier that

he would break the 5:00 minute
mile. ' ";;
The next scheduled track meet
will be a triangular affair with'
BHS-JC-CHS competing. The date
is sext Friday, Feb. 13 and the
olace is Balboa Stadium. The mid middle
dle middle distance and distance events
are expected to create plenty of
excitement if reports from the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic side are accurate. The mile
and the 440 are anybody's race at

hthis stage of the game.

chairman with the completed en

try blank.

All team captains will instruct
their, team to be on time to bowl,
this is very important as alleys
are changed after each game.
Starting alleys will be assigned
by the chairman in all events.
In as far as possible, all entrants
will bowl on all alleys.
A playing schedule will be pub pub-lishedfin
lishedfin pub-lishedfin both local papers. A
prize list will be posted in the
Diablo Bowing Alleys before
team bowling is finished. Cash
monies to be awarded for handi handicap
cap handicap scores. Silver will be award awarded
ed awarded to champions, on scratch and
1st place handicap scores. Eigh

teen silver prizes are to be a a-warded
warded a-warded as, follows:
5 for highest scratch team.
5 for highest handicap team.
2 for highest scratch doubles.
2 for highest handicap doubles.
1 for highest scratch singles.
1 for highest handicap singles.
1 championship prize to be a a-warded
warded a-warded for highest scratch all
events. e i
1 championship prize to be a a-warded
warded a-warded for .highest handicap all
events.
Prizes have been ordered and
will be awarded at our 3rd meet meeting,
ing, meeting, at wh'ch time we will have
a dinner. Time and date to be
announced later. Bring along
your husbands and help make
this a successful affair.
Volunteers "are welcome for
scorekeeping etc., etc., etc.
For further information contact

vour tournament commmee:

Reggie Schmidt (Pacific Side).
(Balboa, CZ) Phone: .2-3019 (aft

er 4 p.m.).
Ruth Tortorici (Atlantic S i d,e)
(Margarita, CZ) Phone: 3-2445.
Racetrack Tips

NEW YORK (UPI) -Although

faced with one major obstacle,

officials of a subscription televi

sion firm are going head with
plans to introduce pay-as-you-see

telecasts of maior league Dase

ball games in California this year.
Basil Estrich, .-vice president of
Skiatron of America, Inc., reveal revealed
ed revealed Thursday night that closed cir circuit
cuit circuit telecasts of games played by
the Los Angeles Dodgers and San
Francisco Giants will be in inaugurated
augurated inaugurated in those cities "some "sometime
time "sometime in July or August."
However, Walter O'Mallcy,
president of the Dodgers, said
"We do not- have a contract with
any subscription TV company at

this time," although he admited
the plan was ''interesting."

"No company has spoken to us

on this matter; in the last six

months," O'Malley added.;
Estrich confirmed that Skiatron

still must complete arrangements
with O'Malley v -and the Dodgers

before tne, telecast schedules ave

announced, but he indicated his

firm anticipated mb trouble, along
these lines. -$"

' We already have an agree

ment with the Giants. .in which
they will receive one-third of the
gross receipts," said -Estrich, who
added that similar arrangements
probably will be worked out with

the Dodgers.

Estritch also revealed that Skia

tron hopes to add college football

games to its year-round programs

of sports and regular pay TV

shows in California later this year.

By CONRADO

1 Granadero
2 Melllzo
3 Clarucha
4 Don Luis
5 Sahri
6 Cool Cat II

7 Manandoagua

Pardine

Yosikito

The Aquire
Rock'n'Roll
Jabalina
Festival
Luciente

8 Condottiero (e) Gran Capitan

9 Le Matelot (e) Geyser

10 Dependable Siete y Medio

11 Cheriton

Sports Briefs

cut roc CArrco team

ROME (UPI) The United

States joined six other teams
Thursday as a participant in the

Olympic soccer tournament as

part of the 1960 Rome games. Oth

er nations which have xormaiiy
entered teams for the tourney.

which will be pared down to 16

teams, include Finland, Norway,

Denmark, Austria. India and!

Italy. 1
NAVY RELAYS FAVORITE
LEXINGTON, Va. (UPI)-Mary

land and Navy are favored to win

Rhea Calls the team events Saturday night

The results:
Track Event T V'-
70 H.H. D. Pajak (F) B. Gib Gibson
son Gibson (F) M. Bettsak (F) W9.T.

100 C. French (P) J. Morris

(F) B. Rathgeber (P) 10.4.

Mile A. Lagassie (F) K. Ma

jors (P) H. Feeney (P) 5:08.4

440 D. Adams (i ) E. suarei

(P) D. Sikorsky (P) 58.2. '

440 Relay (Team) (F) Mor

ris, Cage, Garcia, and Pajak 47.0.
1RO T. W T Tlav fFY ti C.

Leves, and B. Rathgeber (P)-22.-
a. r.

880-D. -Scott (P) J. Searcy IV)

B. Caldido F)-2:17.0.

220 -a J. Snodgrass (F) E,;Sua-

rez (P) 26.8. v
Sprint Med. Relay. (Team (F)
Adams, Lagassie, Morris, and "Pa-jak.-l:47.4.
;

Moid events
Hieh .Tumn J. Garcia (F) P.

Cage (F) N. Pederson 5 ".
Broad Jump1 J. Mom (F) S.
Toussieh (P) Dv Pajak (F) 20'
8".. -J

: Xole.yault I, Brown m.
"BettsaS (F J.' Se7rcy-(F) "9' 0".
Shot Put D. Deslondes (P) J.
Snodgrass (F) G. Burch (F) 41'
6" v
Discus B. Gibson (P) J. Des Deslondes
londes Deslondes (P) C. French (P)-128, 6".

Whatever
Happened to

HAL WHITE

Hal White, al- right-handed
pitcher, was a mijor league'
11 seasonsnine with the : Detroit
Tigers and two with the St. Louis
Cardinals. Never a big winner, he
had only one season In; which he
won in "double figures" 12-12 for
the -Tigers in 1942. His best was
9- for the. 1950 Tigers, but he
always was a handy guy to have
around. Overall, his record was
46-54.' ? : .'.-
Whatever happened to Hal
White? Now 39, .he is an auto automobile
mobile automobile salesman in his hometown
of Utica, N.Y.

at the Virginia Institute's eighth
annual winter relays. More than
300 athletes from 19 schools are.
expected to take part in the
games. ;

TODAY "CM W 1 V k I jgg C LASSl- TODAY

1st, 2nd 6th, 7th RACES
DU PLETAS
9th and 1 1th RACES
ONE-TWO

QUIMELAS
4th and 8th Races

10th Race 1 18 Mile
Pool Closes 5 :40
1. CONSTANTINO A. Credidio 106
2. DEPENDABLE R. Cristian 108
3. SIETE Y MEDIO B. Baeza 112
4. RAGAZZA S. Hernandez 103

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SUNDAY fEBRUABX ft ?

THS SUNDAY AMERICAN
PAGK 8EVEH

Woiiiing CleiisBoyer Next New York Yankees Lefffielder? P
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Bradle Looking r Forward
ToiReturn vTripT6 "-KIT.

,V B.fM MORI ARTY
Tbe. Bradley Bravs, knocked oft
by Xavier ; Ohio In last year's
National Invitation Basketball
Tournament, are already checking
tram schedules for a possinie re
turn trip to the New. York jambo
ree.
And Chuck Orsborn'a bots&6ts
from Peoria, W., would like noth nothing
ing nothing better than ft revenge meeting
with Xavier, which went on to win
the 1958 .NIT championship after
defeating; Bradley, 72-52, in the
quarter riinau. t
Listed Vmong the iriost-elegible
canaiaaies lor we xaa nam
mitt hv, th NTT WHnn com
mittee, Bradley, looked, mighty
impressive. ..Thursday night in
snapping Seattle University's nine
game victory streak, 86-70.
,,1-I6th Bradley Win
Danny Smith scored 30 points in
leading, the Braves to their, 16th
victory in 18 games., Thpy lost an
85.84 squeaker to Cincinnati last
month and then dropped a 79 66
. j: -i. i V :n
veruiui iu uuuisviue.
Bradley started fast against
Seattle, opening an 80 bulge m
th first t'nrp,miniits Th ukit,
ing Chieftains bounced back later
in the first half to take, the lead
but the Braves we.it ahead, to
stay on a basket by Bobby Joe
Mason minutes later.
Mason contributed 47 points to
the Bradley cause while Charlie
Brown had 2i for Seethe
St. Joan's, another strong NIT
hopeful, regained its winning form
by turning back Richmond, 85-76.

MONTE CARLO RAliv, January 18th 25th, 1959
Ronnie Adams and eo-drlver Ernest McMillen, returning

to Monte Carlo to their travel

t all night mountain section circuit. Adams was placed fifth
in the Rally and so for the second year in succession a Sunbeam
Tinier has won the Stuart Trophy for the highest placed
"ritjsh. Cpmpetitor. ,

.'RDE-D:KI
TODAY irr4croN LAST DAY!.
1 WFFK END

WESl I GAHH'S,
1 r S .f THF HIRH
i isYi rth i iTflittnieii. .-bwtf awwnjAA iyatifaJi

"For once I want
a-man to look at
ne as f were jt
, his first love Xi f M V
...not his flSgj ; J
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Arthur Kennedy is ericksom
! CHARLES McGRAW ERNEST TRUEX WWftVMnx
m RICHARD HAYDN-JUDITH EVELYN-WALLAH FORD u
. bnM ti JOSEPH KVNY Written by EWCST K-iiAIW .r? M jj v.",;

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at
11:00 p.ni.

Snnhnmora. Tnav Jackunn K,-nrfd
32 pointi and jidded J8 rebound
tor we iteamen, wno iosi inree
stralght"gimes during a recent
road trip.,
i : Caushf InWeb '; i
' Richmond put ; up t good figTl
and vied, 61-55 with 11:35 'to : go
How?ver,: the1 SpicJcrs then 'got
caught 4n t. John & web. fail'
ing4o.icor! another, basket for nli
most 'ni'n4 minutes.1 This' enabled
the Red,raeii to shoot ahead, 68-63j
as Jackson pagged 11 of their Bext
13 -pMW ", I
Utah remained unbeaten in thi
Skylihe. Conference by downing
Coloradi State. Uiuversiiy, tt-48;
The Redskins were unable, to open
a commanding lead until scoring
star ChucK Neweomir of State
fouled out with 10 minutes re remaining.
maining. remaining. Then Utah really went
to town and easily breezed to its
13th straight conference victory
over the last two season.
DELANY SUBMITS ENTRY
NEW YORK (UPD-Ron De De-lany
lany De-lany of Ireland and Villanova has
submitted his entry for the Matt
Halpia 880 in the New York A.C.
games at Madison Square Gar Garden,
den, Garden, Feb.' 14. Delany will run in
the "mile event at the Philadelphia
Inquirer games the picedng
night. Among his expected Op Opponents
ponents Opponents in. the 880 will be Joe
Soprano, Tom Murphy and Arnie
SoweH.
- stained Sunbeam Rapier after
MIGHTIEST BEST SELLER
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MIDNIGHT

Maureen O'Hara, In
"LADY GODIYA" V

By STEVE SNIDER

NEW YORK. (UPI) The
Yankees" hope to make letfr
fielder this spring out of the
third ,of the ball playing Boyer
brothers from Albf Mo. ,- 21-year-old
Cletis.
Clete, a bonus bast .. with the
Kansas City Athletic while still
his teens, clouted 22 homers
ar.a ajhoruiop .foe.. the, Yankee
farm at Richmond, Va., last' sea season
son season but the Yankees need -Iclt-fielders,,not
shortstops, so Boyer
automatically bec9mes a leftfield leftfield-er
er leftfield-er oniJhe roster of the world
champs. ' i
Hll be basins a half doi-
n other kkU but, if Cleft stick
It'll be another, link in a chain
f prepbtcies begun In W0
when pitcher Cloy d Boyer, ai
bet, rookie pro'pect, first re reported
ported reported to the St. Louis Cardi-liala."--'
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. "l,jot a yonger brother, en.
that a even better' insisted Clpyd;
And when Ken grew up to be become
come become l star, Cardinal third ,bas&
man ip. 1955, Ken insisted: !?.YoU
ought see my younger brother,
Cjetia. He's really good."
So the Cardinils. and 11. other
clubs, camped on Clete's door doorstep
step doorstep but the Athletics made the
highest bid $30,000. And when
Cletis, then 18, reported to the
A's in-June, 1955, he followed, the
well-worn trail, "I have an 11 11-yearMild
yearMild 11-yearMild brother Ronnie that's
sure to be the best ball-player is
the family."
So far,' the only true prophet;
wa the original Cloyd who
touted Ills brother Ken. 11
-Cloyd has slipped back to thf
minors but Ken is a fixture with
the Cardinals at third base, slick
afield,- solid hitter and a man
who is beginning to command
the sort of respect around St.
Louise that long has bsri resery resery-ed
ed resery-ed solely for Stan Musial.
The Yankees believe the main
trouble with Cletis was that bo
nus. It kept him. on the Kansas
City ; roster for two years when
he should have been -learning bis
trade in the minor leagues.
He played only briefly with the
A's in his bonus probation period-
and finally was a thrqw in
when the Yanketa dealt off Billy
Martin to the Athletics in 1957.
There was a technical bitch be because
cause because Boyer hadn't quite fulfilled
all his bonus term but shortly
thereafter the Yanks bought Inm
outright and shifted him to Den Denver.
ver. Denver. Clot learned th'noi at Den
ver, learned more playing win winter
ter winter ball In the Dominican Re Republic,,
public,, Republic,, and. last year under
Manager, Ed Lopat at Rich Richmond
mond Richmond began to find the range.
He hit ,284 Including 22 hom homers,
ers, homers, indicating he was on the
way, back -at last. i.
"Winter ball helped a lot."
said Clete. "I worked hard at
learning how to hit the curve.
Up to then, I just hadn't played
enougn io learn.
So Boyer reports to Casey Sten Stengel
gel Stengel on Feb. 19 for another chance
at the big leagues with all con
cerned hoping brother Ken was
as good a prophet as brother
cioya.
C.Z. Swim Club
formation To Be
Discussed Tuesday
A brotfosal for the establish
ment of a Canal Zone Swim Club
will be discussed at a public
meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 24 at
7:30 p.m. in the united states
District Courthouse at Ancon.
Designed to foster and improve
amateur swimming and diving in
accordance with standards and
rules of the Amateur Athletic U U-nion,
nion, U-nion, the Club will serve as a ral rallying
lying rallying point for stimulating citi citizen
zen citizen interest in swimming.
. Recognizing that the Isthmus
is an ideal place to conduct an
all year round swimming pro
gram and develop first cIass
swimmers, the group of citiiens
who are planning the meeting,
hope that the new club will sti
niulate further interest In swim
rnrng by sendirfg members of out.
standing 1 ability to the A.A.U,
championship meets in the Unit
ed StateSi i ;
Cooperation with all interested
persons and organizations for the
purpose' of scheduling well round rounded
ed rounded yearly programs of swim
meets for all aie "groups, -will be
an important objective of the or organization.
ganization. organization. Membership will be open to
swimmers, parents of swimmers
and all other Canal Zone civilian
and military personnel interested
in developing increased public
support for swimming activities.
At the meeting a proposed con constitution
stitution constitution and by-laws will be sub
mitted and a nominating com
mittee will present a slate of offi
cers. AN people interested in
swimming are ttrongly ur!cd to
attend.
The Club also hojies to aid the
local A. A U. Commis3tone. bv
training a corps of competent
swimming and living officials
and soonsoring legislation foi1 he
cuuiu uiuuu ui swimming poois
CAPttOClOi
i THE LONG HAtl
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KICK COMING John McMullin employs snappy legwork
when putting, and has a kick coming when he misses a short
one. The young Alameda, Calif., professional is one of the
newer stars opening another year's tour in California.

by
JOE WILLIAMS

AT LONG LAST: Army had
finally got 'round to the obvious
and most logical choice, and this
was Dale Hall, tne new lootoail
coach, on the phone. Yes, he had
signed for three years. No. he
would not, as had his predeces predecessor
sor predecessor Earl (Red) Blaik, double as
director of athletics. Yes, the cel celebrated
ebrated celebrated lonely end would be re retained,
tained, retained, do, the fact that the se secret
cret secret of J.ow the untouchable got
the s.gnals had been made-public
posed no problem. . ."As a mat matter
ter matter of face, we changed the sig signals
nals signals several times last season."
. .Next season'i prospects. .
'We need guards and tackles. We
lost seven, replacements number
only four.". .Yes, the coaching
staff was returning intact. . .A
fine break for Hall and the Aca Academy.
demy. Academy. Most of the staff had, be become
come become restive, due to top level in indecision,
decision, indecision, and bad begun to make
other plans.
OUT OF THIN AIR: A word of
warning- to fistic tankers: One of
the new Madison Square Garden
owners is a retired admiral. Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic political leaders now have
a real issue: For the first time
an American basketball team has
lost to the Russians. The teenag teenager
er teenager who fatally shotgunned his
family because he Was too big' to
be spanked is liable to get it in
the end, anyhow. C. B. L. post postcards:
cards: postcards: "And whatever became of
Bernard Goldfine." The perform performance
ance performance might have been even more
widely acclaimed if the disk
jockey had gone 200 hours with without
out without talking. Riled by criticism to
the contrary, Ted Williams de declares
clares declares the Red Sox had just as
much soirjr last season sj they
ever did. Maybe that's what was
wrong with them.
WAITED 10 YEARS: From Wal Walter
ter Walter O'Malley: "Re your jocular
column on the city fathers' tri triumph
umph triumph which led to our leaving
Brooklyn, let me say for the ben benefit
efit benefit of fang who may not have
been able to read between the
lines -that my. offer Jo the city
was to b"v the land at the citv'n
orice, build a stadium, on It, and
have te land a"d the stadium
po on the tfx rolls', with no write writedown
down writedown or subsidy of nv kind.
TjiU nrosiHon was firt
'n Nov. 47. After 10 vearn of fruit fruitless
less fruitless negotiation we 'hit he
road.' ". .Cornnnt: .Tst JiW
the Ir'h. Impulsive, Impetuous,
no catience.
in Canal Zone communities. Even
tually the Club is Interested In
securing membership in the 5! 5!-trooolitan
trooolitan 5!-trooolitan Assontitioji of the A.
A.U.
Details ftn the February i4
meeting are b'n arrnngnt by:
Judge Guthrie F. Crowo. c.ro"pil
Arthur P. Hurr; Cant John R.
Townsend, Mr. and Mrs. R. J.
Mahoney, Mrs. Vivian Holmes,
Mrs. Francis Summerford. Mrs.
Pat Bailey and Mr. Raymond
Gordon,

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ARMAS DE MUJER
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OLD ARMY GAM I: Gen. Rob
ert T. Eichelberger', commander
of the eighth Army in the Paci Pacific
fic Pacific writes: "Back in the 3ps,
when I was adjutant general at
West Point, I endeavored to have
Red iBlaik be made the head foot football
ball football coach. Eventually the ap appointment
pointment appointment went to Gar Davidson
and a year later Red went to
Dartmouth. I always thought the
Academy made a mistake in let letting
ting letting him go, and so it was with
pleasure and gratification th at
some years later I was able to
persuade him to return to his al alma
ma alma mater. Red will regret leav
ing but I had been hoping since
the end of the season he would
make this decision."
COMMENT: Why has Eichel
gerger hoped BlaiK woulu ra-
iga 'ine inference seems to
be tii at he, like otners au couranl
with the situation, recogmzeu that
relations Detween Blaik ana Da Davidson,
vidson, Davidson, present Academy head,
had reacneu a point waere Uie
coach, a man ot great pride ana
independence, simply decided life
in a new iield, tree of petty tyran
nies, would be much more waoie
some.
SO THEY SAY: It develops
that Joseph Ldward Cromn. a
member ol the San Francisco
branch of the Horatio Alger fam family,
ily, family, having started his baseball
career as a sandlolter, had com
petition lor the American
League presidency. According to
Detroit sources, frank Lane had
favorite-son backing from mid midwest
west midwest interests, and Bill De Witt,
a career sinecurist, was the Yan Yankees'
kees' Yankees' nominee. .Or "stooge,"
as the sources dispassionately de describe
scribe describe him, a distinction accur accur-ing
ing accur-ing from an earlier tour of am.
bigious duty with the Topping Topping-Webb
Webb Topping-Webb pennant monopolists. De Details
tails Details as to how the Yankees were
supposedly thwarted are not giv given,
en, given, but you are asked to believe
the decisive force was supplied
by Harvey Hansen, president of
the Detroit club, iiid John Fet Fet-zer,
zer, Fet-zer, chairman of the board. Who
dey, daddy;0?
GOLDEN STATE: Eddie Bran-
nick, in town for the baseball
writers' laugh-it-itp, reports 'the1
advance sale of the San Francis Francisco
co Francisco Giants is up A percent oyer
last spring, and that the club
will open with a million dollars
in the till, and another million
in center field. .."Get it? Mays,"
nudged the popular, ageless road
necretary. .In luring Vine- 'om 'om-bardi
bardi 'om-bardi from the football I ints.
hp r.ro7i bv Packers ) ibled
his $17,500 salary. As coach and
"eneral manager, the vintage
Fordhamite's most trying prob problem
lem problem V" in the oomi'ius pxecutive
committee, whose chronic KuesS KuesS-in"
in" KuesS-in" ho matfo th? olo a coach coaches'
es' coaches' graveyard and reduced the
rl'h tn cf"l r,,,e power. Wf
romm'-nH Lombard' couraee nd
rharitabiv rpfrain from assessing
his judgment.
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Coronation of '
Pope John XXIII
DANGEROUS EXILE
with Belinda Lee 1
HOUSE OF SECRETS
with Barbara Batea

How .Composed Will Haney Be
When Tebbets Starts Talkingr
By JIMMY BP.ESLIN the Yankees. Then they dropped, "If things work out at seoM
," I the -1958 World Series in seven base weTl be fine. Maybav el
NEW YORK (NEA) "An, -after having a ,3-1 lead. Now! year Casey Stengel wffl.-WTBiLl

winter.' fred Haney was say.ng,
'I've nau to listen to guys tell
we about the World Serie3. Hie
way th.;y tell u, everybody in the
country bet against the Yankees
'You coat me money,' they tell
me. "I bet Miiwukee and
should have won.'
you
!
'It's gjften o bad I've come 1
up with t sic answer. It cost,
you money?' I tell them. 'How
do you think I feel? It cost me
$4,000.' That was the differ differ-ence
ence differ-ence between a winning and los losing
ing losing share in the World Ser.es.
Last winter, it was haney,
manager of world champion
Milwaukee Braves. His team
had won in seven games from
By OSCAR
NEW YORK (UPI)-It being the
season of the baseball "holdout,"
millions of fans are watching
breathlessly today as their favor favorite
ite favorite diamond stars engage in ex
hausting salary battles with the
big league clubs.
Expressly for the one or two
eople who don't read the worry
a tiles in the public prints, it
goes something likes this:
FRACTURED FENDER, Tenn.
(UPI) Nicky Scantle, home run
king of the world champion Reb
els, revealed today that he had
returned his 1959 contract un unsigned.
signed. unsigned. "They expect me to work for
peon's wages," said Scantle, who
made $75,000 last season, as he
tweed his 2-mMlion-dollar bowling
alley, restaurant, cocktail lounge
and pizza emporium. "I will hold
out all year if necessary."
MUDCAT SPRINGS, Fla. (UPI)
Stacey Wrangle, manager of the
worldichampion Rebels, was irate,
aggravated and downright angry
today : when advised that home
run king Nicky Scantle was a
salary holdout.
"This bum reported to us with
a slraw suitcase and one extra
set of overalls," he snorted. "His
father was an unemployed peanut
digger and we carried him be because
cause because we were downright sorry
for him. He is a bad influence
on the rest of the team, always
being sulky and refusing to put
out. He's an all-time strikeout
artist and I don't care if he
doesn't come to terms. We'd win
without him.".
FRACTURED FENDER, tenn.
(UPI) Nicky Scantle, holdout
home run king of the world cham champion
pion champion Rebels, blew every fuse in
his -million-dollar bowling alley,
restaurant, cocktail lounge and
pizza emporium today when told
he had been chastised by Manag Manager
er Manager Stacey Wrangle.
"I'm a bum, eh?" he roared.
'Why that old hobo is lucky
has a job. If it wasn't lor iuy
hitting he'd have been back in
the minors years ago. He's just
working for the club to keep the
salaries down but I'm the biggest
draw in baseball and they'll .ty
me or I'll never report to thos-;
cheap chiselers."
MUDCAT SPRINGS, Fla. (UPI)
The world champion Rebels
opened spring training today with without
out without holdout home run champion
Nicky Scantle.
. -Manage? Stacey Wrangle said
he was trying several other "great
possibilities" at Scantle's position
and 'we wouldn't even miss him
FRACTURED FENDER. Tenn.
UPI)" i- Rebel home run king
Nicky Scantle said today he wsb
still a determined holdout who
won't work for starvation wanes"
as he put mink-lined, covers on
his. golf clubs, and drove off in I
Swce
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it is Haney, the manager who'follow.ng me around .-al the!

blew a Series. And Haney, the
manager on a spot with his or
ganuation.
.

We stopped hitting in the!fS56' ne knew he hadn't id

middle of the Series," Freu says "y"ouy on me way, up, so h
"It hurt, but if you think rminad no reason not to sleep nights
walking around still thinkinz a-!Anv 'Uusions he had about man

bout it you're wrong.
"I need infield help. Poor
Red (Schoendienst) is out and
aiei Koach is getting over a
broken leg. He was a good sec second
ond second baseman at the start of last
year. !f his leg comes around
we might be all right. If it
doesn't, we'll need help. Bobby
Richardson from the Yankees?
I'll take him.-
FRALEY,
his custom built Cadillac to in inspect
spect inspect his 2million-dollar bowling
alley, restaurant, cocktail lounge
and pizza emporium.
Sharpen EYES
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (NEA)
Three members of the Wake For Forest
est Forest varsity basketball -squad and
one freshman player are outfit outfitted
ted outfitted with contact lens.

"MAN OF THE WEST"
Dramatic outdoor aventure, opens on Wednesday
at the Bella Vista

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In the action-packed western drama which W wlate
ilZ? "V Wedn.rt.y at the Bella Vista tneitM thiffifr
th. .AJ"Vsts1re,se' Ga'y Cooper is starred in a rofe"
him un fits a holster. It Is the titl role In
' MAN 0:; THE WFST" In wMoh b is star"e with JVflW-w.n,f0B,J.f-.,hb'
Arthur 'Connel. 8nd Jack Lord! ST
M .SSSS. 8 by; Dlt
Based upon Will C. Brown's novel;, Is a .' suspenf ul
or powerful personaUties wod and bi whArein G&
Cooner, ai Link Jones, a reformed badit and killer 'Mni
n the ws-vs of western vionce by his unrl (Lee J. CobWt
is tossed by circumstances b?ck Into the clutches Cifbbi
ran? several years after h- left th tn ?o strBiPht .
Julie London famous sinrer. Is bck tn straight draffti
In her 'Man In The West, Rol'. Althought sings the'Wle
on of the film, her role of frontier rhant-us- whleh whleh-Roses
Roses whleh-Roses script nrobes to some depth, calls for a dramatic
non-finrin interpretation. y
Arthur O'ConneTI. who oortrays a cs.rd-sharp on the J
lam from the anthnritles. reached recognition after twenty 1
years of obscurity in show business, with his nnrtrayal of
the reluvtant suitor In the nroadwav nrodurt'nn of f'Plc.
nlc" Jack Lord p'ays th nart of Coaley. a hulkine brute.
to whom Conner forres Jut- f.ondon to strin' ai eunrtolnt. I
Lord mai( his Broadway mark as star of "Cat On fL Hot
Tin Roof".-
Don't miss this dramatic outdoor advmturr film, which f
opens next Wednesday at your Bella Vista theatre.' f

Center Theatres
COCO SOLO Elizabeth
2:30 7:00 "CAT ON
In Color

DIABLO HTS. Virginia McKenrra Peter Finch
2:30 7:00 "A TOWN LIKE ALICE"
G A M B O A Andy Griffith Myron McCormick.!
7:00 "NO TIME FOR SERGEANTS"
O A T U N Alan Ladd Olivia de Havilland
2:30 7:00 "THE PROUD REBEL REBEL-MARGARITA
MARGARITA REBEL-MARGARITA if Stewart Qranger Barbara Rush
2:30 7:00 "HARRY BLACK AND THE TIGER"
- ". 'In CinerfljiiScope & Color
FARAISO if AJina Mananl Anthony Qulnn
IM "WILD IS THE WIND"
'
SANTA CRUJ5 it Tyrone Power Marlene Dietrich
7:00 "WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION"

CAMP BIERD Henry "Fonda Anthony Perkln
7:00 "THE TIN STAR"'

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I When Haney took .the SB
'jwaukee job in mid-seasauf J
1 ag'ig a baseball club were de
; stroyed when Branch Ricke;
, let nim 6 ln Pittsburgh,
New, with Birdie Tebbt
moving in as vice-president c
the Braves and Johnny McHJ
as general manager renlaowr
Fred's friend, John Quinn-tvX
body expects trouble. a
Tebbetts is figured a 2-5 sh
to speak his mind about tbe.ri
the-field managing of his -tori
temporary. Birdie is no atom
equipped for silence than a war
leader.
Haney, who has- a stricfrHK'
of principles and tolerates-. ,x
tunnel-builnding unnder himse'
or anybody else, is a cinch V
lose h;s serenity if and 'whel
Tebbetts starts criticizing. ;
Mention this to Fred, .Jiane
and he smiles and takes a -walj,
For a man who has been in f ojnl
of the hottest spots, basebaX
wise, in more recent years h
acts like an unintersted,''b;'c
stander. '.l ,,j
9IE
3f.
tTODA ENCANT0 35 20
Marie Windsors in
"ISLAND WOMEN"
- and -James
Arness. in
"GUN THE MAN DOWN"

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Santa Clara K. de P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama J-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
Foster cottages, between Santa
Clara ana Rio Hato. New low
rates. Phona Balboa 1866.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet,
2 bedrooms, livingroom, dining
room, porch, kitchen, garage.
"National Santuary" street No.
4, Campe Alegre. Phone 3-2795.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished three bedroom house. In
Campo Alegre. For information
call Dela Torre, 3-7206.
FOR RENT: FURNISHED
RESIDENCE, three bedrooms, two
bathrooms, hot water, garage,
with refrigerator, stove and wash washing
ing washing machine. Next to "El Can Can-freio".
freio". Can-freio". For information phona
3-6070.
WANTED
WANTED 3 bedroom unfurnish unfurnished
ed unfurnished house by North American
El Panama room 207.
executive Contact Serrano.
WANTED TO RENT: Furnished
r unfurnished cottage in El Va Va-lle,
lle, Va-lle, during. Easter vacation period,
March 21-27. Call Reverend
Milton K. Leidig, Curundu 5105
or 7116.
WANTED TO RENT: Residence
3, or 4 bedroom, with garden.
Residential zone. Phone 3-6854
9 to 12 and 2 to 6 p.m.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Sevan office of
approximately 44 sq.m. each,
which can be intercommunicated'
according to the space required.
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City Bank of New York. AvanidTa
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FOR SALE
FRIGETTE
AIR CONDITIONER
FOR AUTOMOBILE
$270.00
RATTAN LUX
FURNITURE
Tel. 3-1293
Aid or morocco
RABAT, Morocco (UPI) The
United States is extending finan financial
cial financial aid of 40 million dollars to
Morocco in the current fiscal
year, sources close to the U.S.
Embassy said today. The aid, in
the form of loans, was agreed
upon by negotiators here.
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lectronic e-lectronic Equipment? Call
and you will be promptly
serviced. Tel. 3-7489
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FOR RENT: On 48 Street Bella
Vista modern two bedroom Apt.
On 46 street, Riviera Apts.,
another two bedroom Apt., Din Dining,
ing, Dining, Living, Porch, Balconies, two
Bathrooms, Maid's room and
Garage. Call Panama 2-4696.
From 8 to 12 noon.
FOR RENT: Modern furnished
apartment in Bella Vista, $80.00
'with utilities, Ave-. Mexico 69.
Phone 3-0553.
Rooms
FOR RENT: Furnished room,
stove, refrigerator, double coach,
private bath and entrance. No.
3, 52nd Street. Tel. 3-0638.
A FAMILY AFFAIR
CATANZARO, Italy (UPD (UPD-Farmhand
Farmhand (UPD-Farmhand Domenico Sano, 4,
changed his mind on the eve of
his scheduled wedding, kidnaped
his fiance's 15-year-old sister and
ran off with her. Police arrested
him a few hours later and res rescued
cued rescued the girt.
DROP MERGER PLANS
NORFOLK, Va. (UPI) Smith Smith-Douglas
Douglas Smith-Douglas Co., Inc., and Wilson and
Tpomer Fertilizer Co. of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, Fla. have terminated mer merger
ger merger talks, it was announced
Thursday.
THREE'S A CROWD Sr5 and

full in a hurry with the arrival of triplets Dec. 15 at Coco Solo
Hospital. Karen Marie, Carl Lee and Carol Anne are the eighth,
ninth and tenth children born to Ortega, who is assigned to the

Engineer Section, U.S. Army Caribbean School, at Fort GuiicK,
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Sunav February 15
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DC-3 Transport
FIDANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. 2-1661
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Liie liib Co..
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Monday thru Friday
9:00 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 fihia
MQA, Dauphine
50
more power
Ci'a. Istmena de
Auto Servicio, S.A
Frangipani St
Tel. 2-1870

Automobiles

FOR SALE: Due to urgent trip,
1957 Oldsmobile Super 88 Spe Special,
cial, Special, in perfect condition. Com Completely
pletely Completely equipped with luxurious
extras and factory installed air
condition. Ca.ll 3-1630.
FOR SALE: 1956 Cadillac
hardtop coupe $2600. Off. 82 82-3117.
3117. 82-3117. Res. 84-5216.
FOR SALE: 1957 M6A, excel excellent
lent excellent condition, wire wheels, ra radio.
dio. radio. WSW tires, duty paid. Call
before 2:00 p.m. 83-2183.
FOR SALE: 1957 Chevrolet 2
door, 6 cyl., power-glide under underrating,
rating, underrating, only 10.000 miles. Per Per-'
' Per-' feet condition, catle Balboa 2-,
1405.
5TO PAX RELATIVES
COPENHAGEN ;me
Danish government will pay com compensation
pensation compensation to relatives of the 95
nasseneers and crewmen who
went down with the Danish vessel
Hans Hedtoft off Greenland last
W6ek.
The Royal Greenland Trading
Company, a government company
which owned the 2-million dollar
ship, said the vessel was not cov covered
ered covered by private insurance con contracts.
tracts. contracts. Insurance companies had
offered to underwrite the policy
against total wreckage at an an
nual premium ot $tu,uuu dui tne
company turned if down in -favor
of state insurance, omciais saiu
Mrs. Sam Ortega had a house
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Home Articles
FOR SALE: Due to urgent trip,
household furniture, in perfect
condition. Reasonable prices.
Call 3-1630.
FOR SALE: Bedroom set, dres dresser
ser dresser and chert, iron bed, desk,
girl's 24" bike, freezer, washer,
(automatic dryer)., miscellaneus
items. Phona Balboa 1681. call
Saturday and Sunday morning.
Caroll.
r-
FOR SALE: New General Elec Electric
tric Electric refrigerator 8-1 cubic ft.
Simmons Chesterfield bed with
matching chair, brass floor lamp,
and ironing roard. Phone 6-444,
Gamboa.
FOR SALE: Owner leaving Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. Priced for quick sale. Ona
12 ft. Sears refrigerator, one
double oven gas range, ona 30
gallon gas hotwater tank, Vene Venetian
tian Venetian blinds, corner 'cabinets, 2
dressers, Hollywood double bed,
head board, box spring and mat mattress,
tress, mattress, electric washing machine
automatic wringer. All in excel-
lent condition. Apartment "L"
Edificip Sousa, No. 37, 44th
Street. Phone 3-4126.
FOR SALE: Maytag washer,
new 60 cycle motor, baby crib,
porch glider, Roger Chisolm,
746-A, Balbo.
FOR SALE: Modern furniture,
lamps and beautiful rugs. Deluxe
model mangle ironer. All in ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, phone 3-6775.
Alabama Officials
Charge Ueprisal'
IS
On Negro Lawsuit
MONTGOMERY. Ala.. Teh.
(UPI) Alabama reacted angrily
today to Justice Department ac
tion charging two former "black
blt" registrars with denying vot voting1
ing1 voting1 rights to Negroes-the second
such 6uw filed by the new Civil
Rights Dvision.
State oLcial hurled tnargei
of "reprisal" against Alabama
for recent civil righti investi
gation controversy. Gov. John
Patterson desenbed the uit a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst former regjslirars Grrady
Rogers and P. Livingston as
an "absolute outrage."
Rogers and Livingston refused
to testify before a Civil Rights
Commission hearing here Dec. 8-
They resigned their posts.
Justice Department claims that
the two men are proper defend
ants in the action because their
successors have not been appoint
ed were hotly disputed.
Alabama officials disputed a
statement by the Justice Depart Department
ment Department that the suit, filed in feder federal
al federal court hare Friday, was not
connected with the Civil Rights
Cam,mission,'g recent investigation
here.
Fifth Judicial District solicitor
Tom Young called the suit "ab "absolutely
solutely "absolutely ridiculous" and said it
"shows a lack of good faith and
judgment on the part of the in investigators
vestigators investigators that were in Macon
"who found nothing of signifi significance
cance significance except some clerical er errors.
rors. errors. "The suit just wants to regis
ter the Negroes that complained
because they are Negroes, not
because they are qualified."
NEW AMBASSADOR
KARACHI. Pakistan (UPI)-The
military government announced
today that Aziz Ahmed, 52, who
won a reputation as deputy ad
mimstrator ot martial law in
Pakistan, will replace Mohammad
Ali Bagra as ambassador to Wash
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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Baby Grand plane,
in perfect condition $390.00.
DeSoto car 1952 $200.00. 'Call
31 No. 4.41.
FOR SALE: 30 inch 4 blade
exhaust fan, plywood frame-
h.p., motor, brand now. Apt.,
0840-F, Acacia Place,. Balboa.
FOR siLE: Opportunity. Brand
now camera, Vrtetta Voiglander,
2.8, light motor, telemeter, $95.
Phono 2-0406.
FOR SALE: Two AVeifinohouie
refrigeratert. Call 6-373, House
0252 "C. Gamboa. v
FOR SALE: Stock of "Dry Ice,
Corp." Good pries, call phono
3-455?.
FOR SALE: TV 24" Capahart,
table modal, located in th Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu Community Build Building.
ing. Building. Check with A, Piria at Com Community
munity Community Building or with Curun Curundu
du Curundu Clubhouse manager.
FOR SALE: Carrier air condi conditioner,
tioner, conditioner, good condition $150.00.
Telephone Fort Amador 5196.
FOR SALE' Book cat bed
foam rubber iota Mcretara. Elec Electric
tric Electric are welder, now bath tub,
wash bonl, Balboa 4491.
FOR SALE Mai Boxer Puppiee
$75.00 Call Navy 3508 or
como to 833-B Farfan,
Dogs
FOR SALE: AKC Boxer pup puppies,
pies, puppies, fawn house 0764-B, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-4258.
FOR SALE: Cocker Spaniel and
German Shepherd puppiei. No. 39
Mariano Arosemena Street, Apte.
3.
ARCUND
BY
Well guys and gals, here we go
starting another column, but we
certainly ain't going to use much
space this week, because old
Dios Momo is on the loose for
four full day. So who wants to
be worrying about what a going
on around the town.
Panama's U.N, delegate George
W. Westerman, left last Sunday
for New York, where he received
the Brandeis award Wednesday.
The diplomat was being con congratulated
gratulated congratulated before his departure
from the airport on this signal
honor, which honors not only the
man but the country as. well.
Last Thursday, Ufa. Cristina
Le acock was among the in any
persons who had the happy birth birthday
day birthday chorus sung in theier honor.
bomewnat late but, congratula-j
uons just tne same.
For the past several day th
front pa gos of th local Spanish
press, have been flooded with
information, charg and coun-tor-charges
in the new municU
pal "affaire." fj
Who is right anyway th
councilmon or the auditorst
Her Briitannk Majesty's Ambas
sador to Panama Sir Ian Leslie
Henderson was expected to at
tend the opening today t the
cricket mason.
With a total of 4,035 votes Miss
Carmen Myer,s, took queenly hon honors
ors honors at the final count of votes of
the Cortes Social Club.
Next to the popular Queea Car
men 1, are lrma Baircia, Laste
nia Grizzle, Olivia Cruz and Oli
via Thousand. N
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Sealey
celebrated their sixth wedding an
niversary on Saturday. Although
WEEKLY
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Real Estate

FOR SALIs-Un 500 end 1.000
meter, in th Nuovo Hipodromo
Urbanization, across th Ramon
Racetrack. All fata with etreet
tVentt, tawag. water main and
electricity. Call W. MeBaraett.
Tl. 3-25C7.
FOR SALE-Lot. 1.066 sguar
metera in th best location of
La Cretta, situated between "V"
Street and now street. For infor information
mation information pleas call Tel. 2-2170
from S a.m to J 2 noon and from -2
p.m. to 5 p.m.
FOR SALE -Property 4n Arrai
ian. Cool location, two story
house, -well," fruit trees. For in
formation call Balboa 1317.
FOR SALE: In El Vail. Largo
four-bedroom concrete house
193 square motors. Completely
furnished. All modern conven conveniences
iences conveniences including bet, water. Sep Separata
arata Separata concrete servants' ouartars
with bath. Privet crystal clear
spring water supply. 31,342
square meters of land could bo
subdivided into building lot.; Ap Approximately
proximately Approximately 1 00 bearing fruit
trees. Beautiful location. Bargain
at $17,500, Balboa 2-3060..
FOR SALE; Income property
on "Autemati Row" nets 11
$60,000 down, rest terms, won won-eTarful
eTarful won-eTarful investment. Cucalon and
Co Headers. Phon 3-3330.
FOR SALE: 250 acres bast land!
in Chiriqui at San Andres, on
railroad near highway. Perfect
climate, '2,000 ft. elevation, fa-
mily orchard, four springs and
creek. All in good pasture and
stocked with cattle and horses.
Owner n longer in Panama. If
interested contact ROBERT
BOWEN, C.Z. Phono 6-724 or
write George C. Nickle, San An Andres,
dres, Andres, Chiriqui.
To WW
TOM
the popular couple spent the day
quietly, they- were congratulated
by friends on both aides of the
Isthmui. m tiLMt
Among the several capWalites
spending the week-end on the
Atlantic side were Mrs. Sybil
dinrms ana ner two cnuaren.
Kenneth Allen of the Capital
city had a little at home last
Wednesday when he entertained
several friends.
Attorney Carrington was afgnat.
ly honored this week by the Par
namanian government. ... 4'
The distinction cam to the
veteran- "mouthpiece" after some
50 years of residence in the Re
public and his contribution both
tovyoun lawyerViaHhe British
community here,
Mow far will this go w fiav
tot th slightest idea. .but
columnist in a local morninot
tabloid commented, fw day
ago about th practice of fu funeral
neral funeral parlor of announcing bu burial
rial burial en th "elub system". ...
subscribe today and di tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. .This is a very lousy way
of inviting guy to join his an ancestors.
cestors. ancestors. It borders being
immoral, say th least.
Congratulations. ve enntrnahtla-
tions.te the three too students of
the Abel Bravo hish a c he o 1:
xnamas Andrew Atkinson. Areo
Antonio Hyman and Rodric Os
car Bernard. For their brilliance
they received scholarships to at
tend me JNauoniai umvarsity.
Grinand Beer It
Things are going ie keep m
changing and we have got to? be
flexible- in our thinking. 'A' man
cauea up the doctor in the mid
die of the night and aid, "doc
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CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tivoll
Ave. 18-20i Tel. 2-1905.
Boats fir Motori
FOR SALE. -1 1 ft. CibinWser,
outboard. Call Clayton 6213.
LOST: Diamond wristwatcb
vicinity Panama Golf Course or
.Kobba Exchange. Call 25-3703.
Reward.
LOSTr Diamond wristwatch
vicinity Panama Golf Course e
Kobbo Exchange. Call 25-3700,-Reward.
"
Lessons
Plan Lse-:$1.00.. Beginners
Group" (6) American Legion up upstairs'
stairs' upstairs' Monday, Wednesday, Fri Friday.
day. Friday. 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. Maria
Terbert.
Communists Gaining
in Iraq Govemtnent
Struggle For Unify
CAIRO, Feb. 7 (UPI) Reports
of six cabinet resignations in I-
raq show th&c the Communists
are gaining in th struggl with within
in within Premier Abdel Karim Kas Kas-sem'a
sem'a Kas-sem'a gwemment, obseryera here
said today. .'. ''.'U w
Th seml-offlcUr Middle East
new agency reported laist night
from Beirut that the six;1leaderg
resigned. It said they are Social
Affairs Minister Nasi Taleb- A-:
nounari, foreign Attains Minister
Gen. Abdel Babbar Gomard, Com Communications
munications Communications Minister Baba Aly,
Nationiai Guidance Minister Sid Sid-dik
dik Sid-dik Shanshal, Minister of State
Fouad El Rikaby, and Health
Minister Dr.- Mohamed Salah Man Man-moud.
moud. Man-moud. Observers noted that Rikaby
and, Shanshal are the leaders f
the Baatlust and IstralalParties.
Both, parties are 'anti-Communist
and advocates of Arab unity.
ior, ?come over here right aWay!
My wife is awfully sick I think
she is going to need an operation
for aippendicitis." ; r
.in, doctor said, aniani you're ;
crazy! Your' wif eouldn't' have:
appendicitis. I tookher appendix
out myself six or seven years .ar.
eo."Did yoo ever hear of a womr
an having a eecood aiptpeodix? V
me ieuow said, "wo, uoc, out
didn't you ever hear of man
(-with a second wife?"
Thought for today
There is only one thin in the
world, worse than being, talked a-
Dout, and that not being talk talked
ed talked bout.
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THE STORY: Wayne Howell interrupts the
conversation between Jim Bennett and Sandra
Osterman. Bennet, a private investigator, has
been retained by Wayne's father, Hugo, to in investigate
vestigate investigate Sandra's background. Jim believes

Wayne and Sandrg are married.

w Th fear faded from her eyes
JlaniT'she managed a little unger unger-tain
tain unger-tain laugh. She was wearing white
aborts and a thin yellow short-
sleeved sweater which blended nice

tJy w'tn ner go'den skin and brown

-hair. "Hello, Mr. Bennett,

"It is. Anyhow, I think it's true."
"No," she said sharply. 'Wayne
surely knows that all she caies
about is the money, the trust fund
He told me about it, and he's too
too innocent to realize. She
broke off, and then said firmly,
'She can't have him."

She s got him," I said. Come

;said with a half embarrassed i on.
smile. She walked along the path be-

"Hi, Honey. What did you figure siae me. i glanced at ner, saw

she

on slugging rrk with?"

She stepped out to the path.
J'If I slugged anyone, it would be
Jier." She moved her head in the
direction of the cottage I'd just
'left
"You were going to see Way Way-lie''"
lie''" Way-lie''" I She gazed at me defiantly. "A "A-ything
ything "A-ything wrong with that?"
"No, but you'll have competi competition.
tion. competition. Sandra is there, too."
; "She is?" Her eyes widened.
'"Wayne told me she was going
Into Cleveland today, to do some
shopping."
i I touched her arm, "Honey, Way--ne
and Sandra are married."
t She looked at me quickly, pain

una snocK in ner gray eyes
2That can't be true."

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that her lips were compressed and

that she was fighting to control
her emotions.
I saw the determined set of her
chin. 'How did you get out here?'
"I rode my bike our old car
is being repaired." She sighed.
"It was a long ride for nothing."
"I'll take you back to town."
"Al right," she said absently,
and walked silenty beside me un until
til until we reached the pink stucco ho

tel on the beach. A red bicycle

was leaning against a corner of a
shed in the rear. I unlocked the

turnk of the car, lifted the bi

cycle inside. The lid wouldn't close

but the bike would ride safely for

tne lew miles into Lakeport. 1 open

ed the door for Honey Campbell.

She got in without speaking and
we drove up the road.
When we were entering the
fringes of Lakeport I made a
feeble attempt at jocularity.
"Where to, madam?"

She looked at me suddenly, as
if she'd forgotten that 1 was in
the car with her, aW smiled. I
thought then that she was dne of
the prettiest girls I'd ever met.
Not pretty-pretty, but nice pret pretty,
ty, pretty, wholesome, if you know what
I mean. "It's almost time for
lunch," she said. "Let's got to the
Harbor House. I'll buy you a drink,
for giving me a lift to town."
"I'll buy the drink," I told her.

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Just Is our drinks arrived Hugo
Howell and Ambrose Lott enter entered
ed entered the bar from the street. I cuek cuek-ed
ed cuek-ed down in the booth a little, be because
cause because I didn't want Howell to start
asking me questions in front of
Henry Campbell. They sat at the
bar with their backs to us and Ho Howell's
well's Howell's rasping voice could be heard
all over the room. Oto's expres expression
sion expression grew suddenly cold and con controlled,
trolled, controlled, but Howell paid no atten attention
tion attention to the bartender. I turned my
attention to Honey Campbell.
She raised her head and her
gaze was very direct. "This is
none of my business, I know but

1 nope you don t mind if I ask; I
why were you out there?" I

I had an answer ready. "I'm
doing a little legal work for Mr.
Howell in connection with Wayne's
trust fund."
She frowned faintly. "Then
you're a lawyer, too?"
"Yes," I said, which was tech technically
nically technically correct.
"Did Wayne mention me when
you talked to him?"
"No, I'm sorry to say."
I suggested that we orter

lunch. Honey Campbell shook her

head. "No thanks I've got to
go home and stay with Mother

This is one of the afternoons the

nurse has off."
"I'm sorry about your mother."
I said. AYour father told me."

LOUIS FATTOROSJ. a teacher of English at Cr istobal High School, pauses with His wife before
the symbolic lyre on the Caribbean College Club's buffet table at an autographing party which fol followed
lowed followed a recent dramatic reading at his poetic drama "Orpheus." Mrs. Pattorosi is a teacher of
physical education. Organ music by John Sebas tian Bach provided a background for the play pre presented
sented presented by the reading method at the Masonic Temple in Cristobal. The poem follows classical
forms m its rendering of the legend of the mythical harp-player, Orpheus, and his beautiful wife,
the nymph Eurydice, who dies of snakebite during their wedding festivities. It is a story of man's
heroic struggle to transcend the limitations of his own nature.
Poetic Drama Reading With Music
Weil Received On Atlantic Side

LESLEY BERGER, as the beautiful nymph Eurydice in the newest telling of her classical "ro "romance
mance "romance with Orpheus, enacts a touching scene as other members of the cast await their cues.
Left to right are Ricky Maedl, the second, shepherd; Charles Reeves, the first shepherd, and
Bill Hayes as the narrator. Outside the picture is Betty Purvis, -who spoke the lines for the
chorus. Hugh MacPherson and Tom Marsh assisted with the production

She sighed. "She's been hedfast

fbr a long time now. It's been hard

for Dad. with the continuous me

dical and nursing exDense. and it

ues me down. But we don t mifld,
so long as she doesn't get worse."

She sighed again. 'I'd like, to get

a job a steady one, I man--but
we'd have to hire a full-time nurse
and that would be too expensive.

As it is, I work part time at the

telephone office, and we have a

nurse a few days a week. I take

care of Mother the rest of the

time,, and Dad helps when he can

but being both mayor and chief of

police keeps him pretty busy."
I thought suddenly that if Honey

Campbell could have married

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MRS. CAROL WEBSTER, who
selected and played music by
Johan Sebastian Bach for the
poetic drama, appears at the
console of the organ.

CLAIRE WHITE, AS PERSEPHONE, speaks to Orpheus behalf in the Caribbean College Club'i
production of the dramatic pastoral Orpheus. From left to ight are Ronald Frankie as Omheus
Paul L. Beck as Charon, and Arnold Brooks as Hades. eus,

Wayne Howell, the main problem

in the Campbell family would be
solved with Wayne's, money. She

had told me a common enough sto story
ry story smacking of soap opera daugh daughter
ter daughter tied down to sick mother, fa father
ther father struggling to make ends meet.
But it happened all the time.
Honey finished her drink and
stood up. "Thanks, Mr. Bennett.
Will you be in town long?"
"I don't know. Maybe a day or
two." I stood, too.
"Maybe I'U see you around,"
ther to come out, I can get my
Honey said carelewiy. "Don't bo bo-bike
bike bo-bike from your Goodby."
iTHE waitress tot my order
for the colu-cut luncheon with ic iced
ed iced tea and went away. I watched

Hugo Howell and Ambrose Lott,

who were still at the bar and -still
talking, although Howell had low lowered
ered lowered his voice. More people enter entered
ed entered the bar, and there was a
small queue in the lobby waiting
for a table in the dining room.
Otto was busy making drinks, but
once he looked over and smiled
at me. I guessed that he was re relieved
lieved relieved that, so fr, Hugo Howell
had not started his abusive tac tactics.
tics. tactics. The girl brought my lunch. I
ate it, paid thi check and left a
tip, moved across to the bar and
tapped Howel. on a shoulder. He
broke off hU mumbling conver conversation
sation conversation with Lott and turned an angrily.
grily. angrily. His heavy face "was Hushed
and his mean little eyes looked
redder than ever. When he saw
me, his expression relaxed and
he said thickly, "Oh, hello, Ben-

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uett."
I jerked my head toward

lobby. "I want tu see you for 'a

minute."
Ambrose Lott turned and
glared at me, cold hate in his.
eyes. There was a faint bluish
mark on his cheek where' I'd
slapped him.
Howell sighed- heavily and slid
his thick body off the stook "All
right, all fight," he said in a com:
plaining voice, "but make it)
snappy." He followed me. intd the
lobby. i ? 5
When we were in a deserted

spot, maybe 10 feet from the en,i

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FREDERICK L. SAUR directed

the dramatic reading of the pas-

trance, -I said to him, "I'm pretty aramatic reading 01 tne pas pas-certain
certain pas-certain your son is married; but v101 An-associate irf
I'm. going. to check it. What' bank Si0?1 v?,11?,1!8!

controls tlie trur' fund?"

(TO BE CONTINUED
NEXT WEEK)

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Mrs. Ethel Bialkowski, chairman of the literature group, and spon sponsor
sor sponsor of the program, were pleased. with the success of the reading
and the party that followed.
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ties impossibilities from the standpoint of
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that the blocks do not grow

smaller -In' the same proportion
as do their surroundings.
To conduct some Interesting ex experiments
periments experiments along these lines, cut
out the figures provided at right
All are exactly the same height
Insert these figures In the draw

ing In the manner demonstrated by the
blocks. Take note of the stature of each
of the figures with respect to the others

In Individual settings, then switch figures
around and observe how appearances
change in the various arrangements.

ARE YOU GOOD AT FIGURING?

WHO'S FOR ICE CREAM?

s v i e.
2. F I t h tee-
3. Sr k w I e h

l o s h t.
Each dash represents a dropped
letter which you are asked to
restore.
Now try completing a piece of
popular verse usually found in
children's books:
H w o h h 1 t 1 b

b e
gV-f., -
H g V o e a 1 -h
d y
F-o e e y o e 1- g
1 w r.

FIGURINQ to put to
cross-purposes in this
test. Solve it similarly
to a crossword puzzle.
Fill the blanks with nu numerals
merals numerals in answer to the
definitions below. Insert
one number per square.
Digits function across
and down.
ACROSS
1. How many of each
has a normal person:
nose, lung, pancreas, extremity?

5. That Which succeeds like success.
6. A two-thirds vote In a count of 81
ballots.
7. If you don't know, guess: The "hu "hu-miture,"
miture," "hu-miture," when temperature is 80 degrees
and humidity is 51.
8. Bakery sign: Cakes 66 cents; upside
down cakes cents.
10. A farmer between lawyers is
like a fish between cats.
12. gallon hats are being made for
half-witted cowboys!
13. Air conditioning: You don't have
wait winter catch a cold, you can
have all summer.

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DOWN
1. Spanish proverb: A
doctor, gets less work
from six men than from
woman.
2. Big day in Decem December.
ber. December. 3. A quadriga is
chariot drawn by
horses abreast
4. A sporting term for
duck.
5. Year Oklahoma en entered
tered entered the Union: 19
7. Straight up and

down is what time by the clock?
8. Five less than this number is thrice
thirty.
9. A switch in time in bridge, stops
tricks at no trump.
10. The Order of the Garter has how

many knights?
11. Television:

vision.
13. Samuel Clemens
number ?

14. Trick: Throw cigaret away from
a package and it becomes a cigaret lighter.
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TTHIS curiously shaped geometrical fig fig--
- fig-- ure which you couldn't call either a
: trapezoid or a trapezium, offers an in interesting
teresting interesting problem in dissection and re reassembly.
assembly. reassembly. For the figure shown can be
divided into four

pfecfes, all exactly
the same size and
shape, and reas reassembled
sembled reassembled into a
perfect square..
..Divisions are
shown at' right
' below; also com com-Dieted
Dieted com-Dieted : square.
But "there Ss one

importartt faqtor in this achieve achievement
ment achievement that iln all fairness should
be revealed; It is that all of the
. pieces must be inverted to form
5 the" square as depicted. How
quickly can you fashion same?:.'
You may wish to paste the
segments to heavier cardboard
for future use as a Jigsaw puzzle.

Riddle Me, This
What should always
be looked into if you
want the truth?
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Draw a Famous Person's Picture

Let's Gq Sailing
VVnTH every Inch of canvas
W aet, the yacht, "Flying
Foam," carried off the Steerup
Cup for the club championship.
Swept along by a stiff breeze,
the "Flying Foam" made therun
to the Ako Light at a speed of
10 knots. In plain English, this
Is a speed of 10 nautical miles
an hour.
The trip back Was not so rapid!
Now the yacht had to contend
with the breeze that had proved
so helpful on the way out By
skillful tacking, the ship was
able to maintain a speed of eight
knots, Thus it required three
more hours to make the trip
back from the Ako Light than
it had to make the trip out.
How many miles from the
starting point was the Ako
Light?
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) CEVERAL persons In the crowd
av above seem to be eyeing the
Ice cream vendor solicitously, but
, there is only one among them
who Is obviously bent on making
a purchase. How quickly can you
point this person out?
Tims limit: Two minutes.
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MATHEMATICAL wizards
have many methods, of
magic which enable them to
shorten certain arithmetical pro processes.
cesses. processes. For example, suppose7 the
sum of the numbers from one to
50, both inclusive, is to be ascer ascertained
tained ascertained without adding up the
long column of numbers.
The lightning calculator first
notes that these numbers can be
arranged in 25 pairs thus: 1 and
50, 2 and 49, 3 and 48, and so on
and the sum of the two numbers
In each pair Is always 51. Since
there are 25 pairs of numbers he
multiplies 51 by 25 which equals
1,275, which is the sum of the
numbers from one to 50.

ST. VALEN VALENTINE'S
TINE'S VALENTINE'S Day
Just wouldn't be
the same If lt
weren't for light light-fa
fa light-fa ear ted expres expressions
sions expressions of affection
' such as pictured
In the dot poser
at right Begin Beginning
ning Beginning at dot 1,
draw a line to
dot 2, then to 3,
etc., until you
run out of num numbers.
bers. numbers. Dots bear bearing
ing bearing two numbers
are to be used
for both. Of
course, you may
wish to color the
scene with col

ored pencils or crayons after you
have filled it in.
You may also wish to press the
picture into use as a Valentine
for your favorite friend or beau.
Find Two Numbers
rVO numbers are in the ratio
of 3 to 4. If seven is sub subtracted
tracted subtracted from each of them, the
remainders are in the ratio of 2
to 3. The numbers are under 50.
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It's Your Move

A) FAMOUS person whose birth- J? CZCZPVl
day is celebrated In Febru- u H1 oiJ J...
'ary'is the subject of this dot IVP nd Mrs. Sparki have t
pos. To find out who it is, aim- lVI n-t "i
ply draw a line from dot 1 .to dot cwtai P ?J
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J used up all of the dots. Where f'tL len' U
' A.Lli L. k-.m: ah- Hnt than the', width. What are .Its

use the dot for.bdth. Who do

you suppose f the person is?

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By Eugene Sheffet
HORIZONTAL
1 Paul was brought here as a
prisoner (Acts 28:18)
5 King of the Mosbites (Num.
22:4)
10 Wing-shaped.
14 Seed covering.
15 Climbing plant of tropical
forests.
16 Son of Cush (Gen. 10:7)
17 Spoke from memory.
v 19 The first book of the Old Tes Testament
tament Testament 21 Wednesday.
22 S-shaped curve.
23 Night before holiday.
24 Plant Juice.
25 Matures.
27 Bring into being.
29 Pure.
81 Angelea
32 Pasturage.
35 What kind of work was upon
the top of the Temple's pillars?
(I Ki. 7:22)
36 Reverend (abbr.)
87-Felt
38 Indefinite article.
, 39 Burdened (var.)
41 Prefix twice.
42 His children returned to Jeru Jerusalem
salem Jerusalem (Ezra 2:33)
45 Pedal digit
46 Flesh food.
,48 One of the prayers or sacred
hymns of the Bible.
4t Gave nourishment
50 Makes blunt
' 51 See-saw.
j 53 Grieve.
54 Babylonian god. ( l
56 Mountain gap.
57 Goddess of malicious mischief.
58- rInstrument for making small
! holes.' :
' 61 A law officer.

63 Thin scales.
65 Brilliantly colored fish.
66 His children were returned to
. their land after bondage in
Babylon (Neh. 7:57)
68 Shower.
69 Depend.
70 Two.
71 To and in.
VERTICAL
1 avis.
2 Metalliferous rocks.
3 The archangel (Jude 9)
4 Samuel went to him after the
Lord spoke a third time (L
Sam. 3:8)
5 Do this to your persecutors
(Rom. 12:14)
6 Assists.
7 Note in the scale.
8 Makes wrathful.
9 Large vat
10 Ashe (Scot)
11 Decreases
12 Son of Roboam (Mat 1:7)
13 Grate.
18 A kind of age.
20 Came closer.
26 Merry. i
27 Indulger in extreme desire.
28 Light brown.
29-rEmbrace.
30- Streaks.
31- Guided.
33 The wise- men of this place
, were calk era for Tyrus (Ezek.
27:9)
34 Prepares for publication.
36 College cheer.
37 Bishopric.
39 Son of Methusael (Gen. 4:18)
40 Cain dwelt in this land Gen
4:16)
43 Innate.
44-i-Malt beverage.
' 46 Drinking vessel
Distributed by sting Futurta Syndicate

47 He slew the brother of Goliath 55 Back of, neck.
(2 Sam. 21:19) 57 A mountain range of Tur-
49 Associate. kestan.
50 Per 59 Stay in readiness.
52 Warm welL 60 Fine cotton cloth.
53 Blot 62 Bashful.
54 Another name for Cupid In 64 Son of Bael (I Chr. 7:7)
Roman mythology. 67 Symbol for tantalum.

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spelled with the same six letters arranged In a
different order:

or accident yesterday my barber went
all my hair, much to my great horror.

To compensate me for his whim,
I received a letter by him.
He. to give me a bottle of hair restorer.
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By Millard Hopper
IT IS within White's power to
clear the board of all but one
of Black's checkers and to leave
that one hetpjess in six moves.
White moves first, traveling up
the board.
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leaving Rome on a world tour. The 75-year-old material inside a 48-inch diameter concrete pipe in Pittsburgh, pa. tlrews also
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story six-story blaze in an unoccupied building. Note the icicles hanging from the truck.

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TURNED-UP TOWER A Parisian passerby holds his
umbrella upside down to make sure the rain doesn't
fall from the other direction as he stands near the
Eiffel tower, which is reflected on the pavement.

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A LUCKY BODY Leggy lovelies of what must be the prettiest bodyguard in the
world are inspected by their high-ranking captain of the'guard (right) in Mu Munich,
nich, Munich, Germany. ..The lovely guard watches over the "prince" in a civic festival.

CUT DOWN CROONER Belting out a snappy little
number called "Bunny, Bunny," young Basil Goul Goul-andris
andris Goul-andris "sends" the sub-teen set at a London party.
Distributed y King Jeaiuret Syndicatm :

:IT'S TIME FORTEAsi

This is a general view of a typical plantation in mountains near Sun Moon take..

SINCE the earliest days
of the clipper ships, tea
has been a chief export of
the island of Formosa. The
business cooled off during
World War II, but is get-
ting up a head of steam
again. Tea is riding the
sea lanes from Formosa to
customers throughout the
world, with the United
States and North Africa
the top buyers. On planta plantations
tions plantations that terrace the
mountainsides in northern
and central areas, women
move through the fields
and strip the tender tea
leaves from their stalks.
The total production forv
last year exceeded 13
thousand tons. The green
and black teas will bring
in more than five million
dollars, a figure topped
only by the island's ex
, porting of sugar and rice.
New strains and different
pruning methods are ex expected
pected expected to hike the per
acre yield in the future.

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