The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
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Classification:
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' THE QUEST-fcWhlle the sleek rfS-foot sailboat, moored at the Balboa Yacht Club, takes a brief
, respite from this rigors of the; sea, the. agile companion, Mr. O'Toole, the crafts public relations
officer, practices, acrobatics from his bow sprint perch. When the captain and owner, Dr. Ho Howard
ward Howard Murphy, finishes fuming points of fiterest on the Canal Zone, the Quest will transit th
anal 'to-$ontinurher.tetvelpgur ttem,.lAngele! to-Odessa, -Russia.
Odyssey ; of :0 Toole Is Off to Odessa

By MARGIE ROTH ROCK
In quest of adventurej' six 'Ame-
ficans and a Gibbon ape are sail sailing
ing sailing half way ; around the world.
Their boat, appropriately, is nam
ed the Quest. r-
, Th lek, 65-foot cht is lied
up at Balboa Yacht Club moor mooring
ing mooring for week's stop-ovr while
they -r recording the life of a
- tvojeal Canal 2on achooiboy on
film.
The .. Panama chapter of v the
Quest story will be centered around
the Canal's massive locks. .Believ .Believing
ing .Believing that real life and travel are
much more fascinating than the1
bulk, of, today's television,,. stories;
the Quest's crew is' filming a trave;
logue 'of then? adventure for pre
sentation later in the States. ...
The members' of the Quest are
.making a cruise that many men
aream.ot dub lew -experience.
IV They sailed from Alamitos
Bay;. Los- Angeles, Jan. 24 on a
journey that will take nearly a
year. They, stopped at Acapuleo,
Mexico, for 12 days, and moored
'.at Corinto- Nicaragua,: for: several
inore. '
When their photographic mil million
lion million here i completed next
. week,, the crew of the Quest will
. set sail for Bermuda, the Aiores
Gibraltar, Spain, France, Italy,
Greece,-Turkey .and their final
destination Odessa, Russia, in
the Black Sea, -;,

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THE CRtW ON TIIE QUEST
,5 one, Mr. O Toole. Bhown from
" :-.. ward Murph". fnh Mniilrmnra

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Skipper, navigator and owner of
the Quest is Dr. Howard Murphy,
an ex-Navy 'dentist. His crew in
cludes Dick.. Brownell, 42, sailing
master: kick uuiman. 27, stock
broker; Hal Dunnigan, 28, a high
-lL1-.Si.:' A j a
scnooi pnyaicai eaucauon leacner;
Bob Blackmore, 34, in the foot ca
tering business; Harlot Petesqn,
17, an isagie scout representing
the? BoJfiSctmts, Of America; and
Oodeissfe; -Si" :'.;'.;
..'O'ToolevIsaft ape.1
. The lithe Gibbon is the Quest
. companion and potential hero of
.' book for children. Crew mem mem-bers
bers mem-bers Jhave designated him as pu public;
blic; public; relations officer. : !-.;
' O'Toole : is a charmer and fits
the rote perfectly particularly
when! visited by the press.- He
greeted Wis reported, with a toothy
Umilc.r then xtended a friendly, if
hairy. clasp around the
shoulders. v i-V
But it is not until he climbs the
rigging to parachute banana peels
on nis unsuspecting t guests that
people begin to think he might be
uniniiT them- '- ..
With the exception of young
Scout Peterson, all of the crew
hails' from; the Los Angeles area.
They; are well-seasoned sailors who
nave seryea; wim xne -. yuesi ana
her pYnerlnflcean racing to Tahiti
and Hawaii. They know their boat
apd-they know the sea. i
in spu or-, auierences m tneir

Bea-lovers aU are the Quest crew members,' including the furry
left are Sailing Master Dick Brownell, captain and owner Dr. Ho-
.gnnle grniit Hejlaw ,'PBtteaon.: Rtok DUlmUli nd HaLDltoniCflU

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professional backgrounds, the
crew has a great deal in common.
Murphy, Dillman, Dunnigan and
Blackmore have ancestral claim
J to the Quest's symbol of. old .-Erin
the Shamrock.; All served with
the Nayy during World War I. 1
l:Blackmore dropped his landlub landlubber
ber landlubber position abruptly, and flew to
Panama to rejoin the Quest this
last week.
inBoth skipper Murphy 'and Dill Dill-man
man Dill-man are graduates Of the Univer
sity of Southern California, Dill-
man and Dunnigan were under
water demolition specialists in
the Navy. They.' are cultivating
cmn growtns, .uijiman in mack,
Dunnigan in copper.
"'. near tragedy with a happy
ending on their Nicaraguan stop
lies been the Quest's most excit exciting
ing exciting moment since she left Los
.Angeles. The principals were a
Sick boy,' a lost anchor and a
threatened grounding.
i The Quest was anchored at Co-
ripto when a nearby Japanese ship
lost its anchor. Dillman and Dun
nigan went over the side with deep
sea diving equipment to help thVn
recover it.
A they were diving for the an anchor,
chor, anchor, all hands on the Quest were
watching. ,
t Suridentlv without Warning the
t(ip' swent them toward the shore.
pulling their own anchor along the
mud bottom. Quick thinking and
an engine that caught on the first

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THE QUEST'S PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER Mr.- O'Toole
right, meets the press. '...

try saved them from being washed
ashore.
To express their gratitude for
the diving efforts, the -Japanese
sent a unique tank-you note. It was
a case of homemade rice oeer
and a large bottle of sake.
Later that nieht. the Jananese
returned the favor in an even big bigger
ger bigger way when young .Peterson
came down with a fever of 105.
A doctor on the Japanese ship
boarded the Quest and examined
the boy. His treatment helped
break the boy's fever by the next
morning. j
Two ships from opposite worlds
brought together by the sea parted
friends. .
How do ..you go about planning a
world cruise such as the Quest is
making? .
Owner Munphy started plan planning
ning planning the voyage more than
year ago. When the Black Sea
was chosen as the ship's desti.
nation, he discovered how dif difficult
ficult difficult it can be to peek under
the Iron Curtain.
After lengthy and involved nego
tiations with the State Department
and i official channels, he finally
received permission for the Wuest
to enter the Black Sea and visit
the Red port of Odessa. He expects
to arrive mere in late August and
will be allowed to say 30 days
On the return trip, he will take
the South Mediterranean route.
And it will be California for Christ Christmas,
mas, Christmas, says Murphy." His wife, the
former Barbara ( McCartney, and
their 12-year-old son Michael plan
to fly to a Mediterranean porrto
join the Quest.
Murphy and his wife share equal
enthusiasm for both sailboatihg
and photography. Mrs. Murphy
was a member of the alternate
crew in eight-meter sailing in the
1936 Olympics in the Kiel Canal
in Germany. She collaborated with
ber husband on a published book
Wied -Quest For ? Tahiti" fm
which she made the photopraphs
and he wrote the story.
Tne uuest'i current story eoes
out weekly to Los Angeles chap chapter
ter chapter by chapter from the ship's ra ra-radio
radio ra-radio to Stadion KLAC, holly wood.
The lournev. 'With Its erinrntinrml
aspects, has beet, blessed bv the
Los Angeles Public School System. 1
i no crew members of the
Quest have sea fever the affec affection,
tion, affection, not the malady. None are
paid hands. They work a rough
schedulesix hours on, then six
off around the clock. Esc't
shares the housekeeping tasks
of cook,, laundress and ianltor.
The crew's entertainment is tape
recorded music emiting from a
InilH-BH-nV""- Mirth iU- ma at
In their leisure houri, they study
the Russia language', also from
tape recordings.,
Peterson keeps busy by reading
his school books.' He it finishing
his studies at Wast Hieh in Phoe
nix, Ariz., by corresoondesce. An
Eagle scout, he was selected aa
thsr Boy Scout representative for-

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the voyage from more than 50
Scouts who applied.
Amid the Irish influence of his
shipmates, the youth states quietly
but firmly that he is Swedish. Al
though he does not stand regular
watches like other crew members,
ne usually does tne breaktast cook
ing and most of the dishwashing.
to the Quest. She was purchas purchased
ed purchased by Murphy five years ago.
from film star Sterling Hay Hay-den.
den. Hay-den. by Murphy five years ago from
The. Quest, with Murphy. 1 Brow
nell and Dillman in her crew, three
years ago raced trom tos Ange
les to Tahiti, placing second a
gainst five ships in corrected time.
iffe trim, white boat, valued at
$165,000, has four working sails-,
six racing sans and one mainsail
It carries a 98-horsepower Merce
des Benz engine, just recently
installed.
Statistically, the sea lady is 65
feet long and has a 9-foot, 6-inch
draft, it weighs 35 tons gross and
18 net.
In her compact gal ev is a 12-
Cubit foot refrigerator, and a deep
freeze tor food and movie iilm-
4,000 feet of it. The kitchen stove
is fueled by butane gas. Storage
tanks carry 260 gallons of fjh
water.
Murphy and his five-man crew
will have had a glimpse of Pana
ma, and vise versa, by the time
they unfold the Quest's sails to the
trade winds and head for open seas
this next week.
O'Toole will be sorry to go. This
is good banana country.
' ?
Scientific Approach
To Eggs Produces
Test Tube Turkeys
WASHINGTON (UPI)-One of
those fatherless turkeys produced
by! the Aer culture Department
has become a father.
In fact, 37 young turkeys with
out paternal grandfathers have
set more conventional birds gob gobbling
bling gobbling at the department's Bolts Bolts-ville,
ville, Bolts-ville, Md., research center.
The sire of the unique flock is
one of 20 male turkeys developed
parthenogenetically in a non-fertilized
egg in the spring and fall
of 1958.
Parthenogenesis is the sponta
neous development of embryonic
tissue in infertile eggs. In other
words, the hen which laid the egg
which produced the fatherless tur
key was never mated.
Only five of the 20 males de developed
veloped developed in this matter survived.
And of' these, only one so far has
produced viable spermatozoa.
The result was 37 birds without

paternal grandfathers.

Admin Shudders
Start As Cold
Ends Clutter
Speculation ran rampant last
week as the busy plasterers in
the north wing of the Balboa
Hieghts Administration Building
were sealing up walls all over
the place.
The plaster squads were also
seen to be working uneasily on
the outer walls enclosing the
Governor's chamber.
This led naturally to a burnine
question. Was Gov. William E.
Poter in or out of his sanctum
as the sealing process went for
ward? The scuttlebutt was con
flicting.
But in fact the work is the fi
nal stage in conversion of the Ad Administration
ministration Administration Building to a central
air-conoitionmg system.
The work has been going on for
many weeks amid considerable
utter on the top floor of the north
wrag.f
Concurrently with restoration
of the second floor ruins, engi engineers
neers engineers this week were conduct conducting
ing conducting final tests for the entire
system, which Is now .nearing
completion.
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If you', are envvine all thou
jucsy peopie on Bamoa Heights
you nugm oo wen to pause and
reflect. True, no -longer are the
papers flying every which way
as the gales whistle through win
dows and doors.
' Now all. Is quiet on the biU.'Ex
cept wnea Ttn i cool Cowing air
catches an open door somewhere
and slams it with a teeth-shattering
bang.
Oh well, you can't have every everything.
thing. everything.
Dogs Cause Downfall
Of John Sever
Fruit Store Clerk
SOUTHAMPTON, England
(UPD Dogs were responsible for
the downfall and the redemption
of John Seve, a fruit store clerk.
Seve told the story m court
Thursday. First, he said, he em embezzled
bezzled embezzled $1,400 of his boss' money
and lost almost all of it at the
dog races. In panic, he left his
wile and daugnter ana went to
London determined to win back
at the races the embezzled money
he had lost.
The first night he lost and the
same thing happened three more
nights, f inally Seve had only $84
left. He knew little about dog
racing, he said, but he had to
gamble. He cut down the size ot
his bets and fortune began to
smile on him. He began winning
against 3 to 1 and 5 to 1 odds.
In 11 merits of sweating agony
the desperate embezzler recouped
his losses and he wired his wife:
'I have raised the money and
am sending it back before I give
myself up to tne ponce.
Seve was fine $56 and put on
three years'' probation.
From Paysandu to
By "ROADMAP''
The car looked like any other
alopy pulled up at a corner wait
ing to enter 4th of July Avenue.
Except that if you looked again
you saw a number of piacenames
nondescriptly lettered on the se
dan body. And tne piacenames De De-Kan
Kan De-Kan with Paysi.ndu, Uruguay, deep
in South America.
Naturally, we soon had the gen
tleman parked at convenient curb,
proceeded to refresh him at the
nearest bistre, and in halting Span
ish went on with the friendly in
terrogation.
It appears that the gentleman.
Jose Martinez, 38, left his home
land on Aug. 17, 1958, in a Dodge
sedan nearly ten years old an a
journey, that will finally take him
through the United States to New
York and then back across Cana
da. Martinez hopes a year will suf
fice for this modest trip.
Stopping first in Aregentina,
wnere he had uvea as a youth,
the traveller acquired an impres impressive
sive impressive hand-lettered document for
delivery to the United States In
formation Service, New York,
thanking that off-stoned body for
various and sundry services ren rendered
dered rendered the Republic of Argentina.
From that point Martinez, who

was a furniturs designer and ma-

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52 Jobs jat Gatun
Set Ball Rolling
For Early Hiring
The Canal Zone's new Central Employment Officej
established under the Single Wage plan, faces its first
big workout shortly as a result of 52 new jobs becoming
available at Gatun Locks today.
The 52 Gatun jobs 16 US-rate and 36 local-rate
are expected to be filled chiefly through promotions with
in the Panama Canal Company. The new jobs arise front
the Gatun locks going on a 24-hour operating schedule,
ut when all the eligible PanCanal hands have fin finished
ished finished moving one step up the promotion ladder, the jobs
thus left open at the bottom of the totem pole will be fil filled
led filled through, the Central Employment Office.
Although more than 2000 persons have passed through
the initial processing for the central labor pool, only a few
have so far been placed on the eligibility register.
Gordon Frick, executive secretary of the Civilian,
Personnel Coordinating Board, attribute?; rntich of the
tinifj lag between application and reaistrotion to the mil

tine requirement of a Panamanian police clearance for.

mi nun-uj cmzens seening
Of the jobs open at Gatun to
non-U.S. citiztts 16 are for lock
men, Grade M-S.M.iSXft;for lock
operator-helpers, -grade M.s ,.andl
six are ior oosimen, a -some
what higher grade classification.
Grade M-3 pay scales range
from 53 to 62 cents per hour,
while Grade M-5 pay Scales range
from 60 to 71 cents per hour. Both
grades are work classifications
under the uewly instituted Canal
Zone Merit System. -
Central 'Employment Office of
ficials pointed out that many of
the jobs may be filled by promo
tions of eligible personnel, among
both U. S. citizen and non-citizen
workers.
However, some of them may
be filled from, the, huge labor
pool now being established by
the Central Employment Office,
after recent examination en en-nounieements
nounieements en-nounieements 1 and 2.
The announcements, the first
issued by the new consolidated
labor office, were for Laborers
and Helpers, Grades M-l through
M-6.
Eventually, most new Canal
Zone employes will be drawn
from Central Employment Office
registers of qualified applicants,
according to Frick. Needed Work
ers will be requested from the
CEO by agencies or departments
in which the vacancy occurs.
The complete changeover to
eligibility registers may take as
long as two years, Frick point,
ed out.
The fifth locks-operating crew
announced for Gatun is expected
to relieve the present four crews
of excessive, unscheduled over overtime
time overtime work, and will increase the
capacity of the locks from an av average
erage average of 24 lockages daily without
overtime to 30 lockages aa'ly.
The additional crew has been
authorized because of continuing
the Pulaski Skyway
chanic in his native land, began
making t me through Chile, Peru,
Ecuadro, Venezuela (to Caracas)
and thence to Cartagena on the
Colombian coast
Since the ancient Dodge does not
float too well, the voyage from
Cartagena to Cristobal was ac accomplished
complished accomplished by boat.
This morning Martinez drove a a-cross
cross a-cross Jhe Isthmus and in a day
or so hopes to start for David.
Form David he will more than
likely snce there is no other way
put his car on a railroad flat flat-car
car flat-car to Golfito Costa Rica, move
by boat from Golfito to Puntare Puntare-nas,
nas, Puntare-nas, Costa Rica. From that small
Pacific port he should have rela relatively
tively relatively easy going through the re remainder
mainder remainder of Central America.
Once In Mexico he can breeze
along like the daring young man
on the flying trapeeze.
Martinez said he is making the
trip in the interests of inter-American
friendship. A nobler purpose
could not be f:und. As for ex expenses,
penses, expenses, he paying them all him himself,
self, himself, a commendable procedure.
He had no audible comment a a-bout
bout a-bout how he night fare through
the United States and Canada. You
see, the gentleman speaks no word
ef English.
But Godspeed to him, neverthe nevertheless,
less, nevertheless, i

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one employment.
heavy Canal traffic. February
transits set an all-time record of
29.4 ocean-going ships daily, 7
me Marine Bureau anoupce
ment also noted that Pacific side
Locks will rema'n on a 16 hour
daily schedule until about March
16 when the east lane at Miraflo.
res will be closed to convert fre.
quency sensitive equipment for 60 60-cycle
cycle 60-cycle operation. t
During the close-down the west
lane will be operated on a 24 24-hour
hour 24-hour daily basis, i
Frequency conversion work ii
already under way at 4he Mira Mira-flores
flores Mira-flores installations.
RP Newsmen
Repudiate Bill
Sent To Solons
The board of directors of the
Panama Newsmen's Union yester yesterday
day yesterday rallied its forces against a
proposed executive bill submitted
to the Permanent Legislative
Committee of the National Assem Assembly.
bly. Assembly. The bill would make it a man mandatory
datory mandatory jail sentence for any in individual
dividual individual who criticizes or speaks
derogatorily of the President of
the republic.
At a meeting called by Ricardo
A. Lince, president of the News Newsmen's
men's Newsmen's Union, the board of direc directors
tors directors unanimously approved a re
solution condemning the wording
of the bill and calling on organ
izations of the press, r a d i'o
and attorneys all over the re-
public to voice repudiation of the
proposed bill.
Lince also sent a cable to Jules
Dubois, chairman of the ler-'
American Press Association's eom
mittee on freedom df the press,
notifying the organization of what
the union considers an attempt
against freedom of speech.

Polish Embassy
Employe Arrested
By Brussels Cops
BRUSSELS (UP1; -fhe Minis-

try of Justice announced today
Belgian police arrested a member
of the Polish embassy Thursday

night while he was passing a
message and money to a member
of a spy ring.
The ministry refused to give the
man's name or. nationality, but it
was assumed he was not of dlplo.
malic rank since he was arrested,
The ministry said the embassy
employe was caught while he was
depositing .the message and a
large sum of money in "hidings
place. He had been followed 'by
plainclothesmen for weeks.-. ;
"We have proof 'that thsi manf
arrested was a member of, the
Polish intelligence service, po
lice said. .. '. :

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J THE frblT AMERICAN V
SCNDAT, XSARCH t, USf"
TWO

THE PANAMA AMERICAN
Awhm hub published IV TM PANAMA AMERICAN MUi, INC.
FOUNDED BY NILSON KOUNSIVCIO. HI 1t
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(Stlithf Marl So. i s eptn forym tor wider, of The hiiiiM A"rj";
flMHers ere received ratefullr and sr. handled hi wholly eoi.fidenti.1
te'wi wetflbute letter don't be Impatient tt doet-'t appear
SiSaafday. Letters rt published In the order received.
LV ''Please tri to keep the letters limited to one paee length.
h3t ''Identity e letter writer! If held in strictest confidence.
jfc&rjMa newspaper assumes no responsibility lor statements or opinieni
M$ikuti hi letter from reedert.
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1ST HE MAIL SUA

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Sir:

CAN'T FIND THE MAN

. j.. ,mrn pv Fph 981 wrote that he was

Ha7 anyone ever had any success trying to reach him at the of office
fice office Wednesdays'' Curundu Resident

WHERI'S BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU?
Eh.9hil device o household item to PLeces

without 'dea what's wrong with or now pui u u,

The loss of rauney io ow

about rurnuure

Labor News
And
Comments

Soviet Economy

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ran'f rue unamori u

v, .-where we near compiaims t. v" j v.ir

washeVVWrs, etcetera that went the rep., u

worse man wneu mcj -

sa had or

eomes back at all

Discouraged

STAY-AT-HOMES ABROAD

Sirwhv do Ionian, insist on living here under A self-imposed isola isolation
tion isolation policy? And they're Americans travel all the way

! t; in a Zone house, and there they

It is rea!
the tropici

stay til .retirement or

to the tropics to pr' v; ,m.where else

irsnsici ram. ...w... !...-..

onet tney gei ncre w.cj

They

but

stay til rettremeni or """l lrroid" Vrtlh great enthusiasm, bui
Sey SZS.. tAL is not living .broad

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3. 'r.Ueys: ball g.mes .nd

within that magic ljne

In desperation, they go to

be.ches always staying

IlLfU d. S ?.P .hpUpnndrt?e tne1aam. National

nan a aoien w venture nto Panama uiy
have tomorrow. American Abroad

PANAMA THE BEAUTIFUL

Sir:

There will never b. a tJSSS.

be any ideology so -A forever

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let ine uiug.pi.."- -- ...h..,,

such as love and unaer.wiu.. . ir oWcr. Their

edift the r.ke-oli tney 'gw1"' thp most ast gmatic society

they can resnape me ""xr howevef much they may

have never felt

" Thv look uoofl it as a lump of raw material that needs to be pro processed
cessed processed by Sm?o be ennobled by their touch But life never
matfi ial a substance to be molded. If you want to know, life is the
rfr,iiDll'of self-renewal and. remaking and changing and transfigur transfigur-KsVlf
KsVlf transfigur-KsVlf It SS beyond your or my obtuse theories Aom it.
HtJattonS"ho take the law into their own hands are hor hor-iM
iM hor-iM not 1 because they are criminals but because they are machines
Mltave got out of control like runaway trains.
SSiJr J. l.i; tu.t .vnon Pastpmak wrote this he was naive

ii. l nn nuo ueueve mi .
.2:a ; ,riino .t i hat hp knew his own people, and that he knew

'fcLr-t -vnrpss their desires and. those of many other people

u. invo anri nnrierstandiiie of humanity which is so tre-

iiipntiv ridden over roughshod by leaders who like so much to appear

s if they love the people, but who in truth know no love save mai
they lavish upon themselves. ..it..,,..
A Uruguayan editor recently said of Latin America: I nave a
fealknz that an epoch with absolutely new tasks for us has come to
bietS and grows day by day without our being aware of it an epoch
boBttf the heart and of human dignity, a silent epoch which will
BtvtT be proclaimed or promulgator with trumpets or shouting.
Though wars and revolutions, strikes and discords have never
brought the freedom so often hoped for. the "portents of freedom
remain, and thev alone will make Panama a great nation. This free freedom
dom freedom should make Panim something more Iran a poor child among
nations. Manhood is coming hani t Panama, for there have been
those' who have tried to wean it too soon from economic .nd social
dependence upon the country which did so much to help give it birth.

BNUrftlMima IS mil in H-SOuri-i, jei is tmm as a uv "."v
f aftiuo af tho,;e who so abruptly waned the nation economically re refuse
fuse refuse to invest in these resources as an alternative source of their
tSfitherlavt's economic nourishment.

The precedence thfir love for tl'.eir own money takes over the
n,eeds of Panama as a nation and Panamanians as individuals Is
sowirjg the teeds of rebellion. Possession of money Is never wrong,
but selfishness is a'dendly sin which could brinn about the death of
this nation
. As a member of this republic I and hundred? like me have a
lrtfe!t necd'td know that we are wanted and necessary in the
jwtwtb of this fair country. We want to know that what little we
mav contribute to the nation's welfare is recognized by those who

teejrj'ur voie ur.ineir smmuun io ichu us. a i lamer i want iu u
sirTniat my children shall have a place in the development of their
eeunt y.
Vne planet Earth is young, and the country of Panama is much
yun?er. No one expects perfection here, but by so much as we can
Iron out vn own imperfections we can offer a worthv lead to, other
lands less perfect than ours. Apart from certain individuals, there
is nothing vreng with Panama. It Is a beautiful country, and many
Panamanians less stupid than their leaders think have made It that
way.
M. R. Crewe.

Sir:

CANAL DIGGER

Why is It I never see snything in the Mail Box but grouslne and

Drumming niiont people ana conditions in tne dear old r.nal Zone?
can't understand so thanv characters wanting to swipe away at
all those nlca red-blooded r Wens' rf the TTSA.
A? for me. I ditf the Canal Zone, 1op', stocks and commissaries.
I dig that gone Governor, mansion, white nits and all. I dig all
those fal raychecks with overseas allowances and tax factors. I'm
gone, on all those cool Army yachts, swimmir? nools and clubhouses.
And man. J die the mort those dollar-a-eart"n eigarets.
Only trouble is. they won't put me crtr rne of those fat oiv-

h fhecki.

. But yuu don't, hear me gassing about it I just want in on the

, r. ii viuus crnio.

By VICTOR RIES1L
For several years now, the
American Communist Party has
reorganizing undercover. It would
be dangerous to write off a move movement
ment movement on which the Soviet Union in
the past has spen' millions of dol dollars
lars dollars and through which n has
launched successful jspionage, sa sabotage
botage sabotage and corroding propaganda
rings.
There is one man who would know
if the re-grouped Communist appa apparatus
ratus apparatus is the plaything of a few e e-soteric
soteric e-soteric thrill seekers or an effec effective
tive effective Soviet weapon. That man is J
Edgar Hoover, director of the FBI.
I put four ques ions to the direc
tor. Here they are and here are his
Answer, j
Q: Were there any Americans
attending the Communist Pary
Congress which recently met in
Moscow?
Mr. Hoover : In recent months
manv leading Communists have
been able to travel to the Soviet U U-nion,
nion, U-nion, because of the easing of re
strictions in the issuance of A A-merkan
merkan A-merkan passports. Among these
are James Jackson, a member
of the National Executive Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, Communist Par.y, USA;
Alexander Trachtenberg, head of
International Publishers, Commu Communist
nist Communist publishing house; George
Morris, labor editor of the "The

vVorker, east coast Communist
newspaper: Morris Cihilds, Jong

time CfJmmunist Party leader

from the mldwestern area; ram

Novick, editor of th "Morning
Freiheit." Yiddish language Com

munist newspaper, and Charles

Loman, Brooklyn Communist Par
ty leader.
Two of the above. James Jack

son and Morris Childs, reportedly

attended the 21st Congress of the

Communist Party, Soviet Union,

Commun st Party, USA.
Their attendance at this Con

gress in an official capacity is in indicative
dicative indicative of the close affiliation

which presently exists between
Moscow and the Communist Par Party,
ty, Party, USA. Moreover, their pres presence
ence presence in Russia, along with the
other Communist mentioned a a-bove,
bove, a-bove, is harbinger of things to
come namely, an increasing
number of American Communists
who will be visiting Russia and
other Communist countries.
Party leaders will now have
direct persona" access to Russian
leaders, including Khrushchev.
They will be able to report about
problems facing the Party in the

U.S., and receive direct instrue-

t ons as to the proper courses of

action.

Not since the days of the Comin

tern, when American: Communists
streamed' freely to Moscow, is
the outlook id iavotib! for the

direct guidance of the American

Party by the Kremlins This, of

course, represents a great danger

to the security of our country.

y: is there still an American

Communist Party?

Mr. Hoover: Most emDhaticallv

the answer is 'yes." The Commu

nist Party, USA, is verv active

working unceasingly toward tha

establishment of a Societ Ameri

ca. Last September, it celebrat

ed its 1 39th anniversary with a

rally attended by 1,200 individuals-
at Oarnegie Hall, New
York City.
Although recently plagued by
internal dissension, the Party is
now firmly consoldated behind
the pro-Soviet leadership of Eu
gene Dennis, general secretary,
and Robert Thompson, executive
secretary, supported by William
Z. Foster; chairman emeritus,
who is currently incapacitated by
illness.
The Party's national committee,
at its most recent meeting held in

December, adopted -bold plans for
strengthening. and reorganizing the
Party and hay implemented th esp

plans by actively participating ;n
political affairs, intensifying its

work among the nation's vouth

and g vine increased attention to

infiltrating labor unions and stra

tegic industries and to agitation

among negro groups.

From this posit on of strength,
the Communist Party, USA, is vi vigorously
gorously vigorously carrvns out the dictates
of the international Communist

movement.

Q: Is Moscow, directly interest interested
ed interested 'n the Communist Party, USA?

Mr. Hoover. Very much so. The
Kremlin has consistently support

ed those leade; inside the Com

munist. Party. USA, comprising the
leftist or pro S viet elements. It
is highly nterested, as in the early

days of American Communist, in

eliminating factionalism and main

tiiining a unified Party. In Moscow
eyes, a quarreling Party is an in

fee ive Party. The Kremlin insists
hat the Party stay unified with

leadership under the strict control
of Commun st who are obedient obediently
ly obediently loyal to the Moscow line.
The number of art cles in the
Soviet press ?bout the American

Communist Party is proof of the
Kremlin's extreme interest in as

suring that the Party in the U.S.
follows the coirect lin For exam example,
ple, example, in September 1956, "Pravda"
pra sed Fester as a "noted theore theoretician
tician theoretician and Marxist historian" and
indicated continued Soviet sup support
port support for him: ;

In the most recent issue
World Marx'st Review" (interna

tional Communist magazine pu

blished hi Prague, William z. ros

ter was among the communist
leaders throughout the world giv-

tno unanalllled suopon to ivnrusn-

phev't seven-year Plan for the

Soviet Union. The very fact that

he was allowed trrso wri'e is prooi

of the high esteem in which Fos

ter is held witn.'i tne internauon
al Communis' movement.

These and other such ar'ictes
are Indicative of the surmort and

direction which the Soviet Union

has given to the pro-Soviet lead leadership
ership leadership of the Communist party,
USA. Such guidance from Mos
cow has enab'ed this frouo to be-

oome 'he dominant leaders of A A-merlcaa
merlcaa A-merlcaa Communism. Under the

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Half a Column More or Less Now and Then

by CREDE CALHOUN

SLIPPING, MEASLES
AND MAKEUP 1

"Calhoun must be slipping," a

friend of mine said to a friend of

mine.

"How come?'
"Did you read his last column?"
Mavbe I am slipping. It. is sabout

time, if I haven't already slipped,
but I was not responsible for the
slips in last Sunday's column, 1

If measles are an act ot boa,

as tney say in legal ungo, men

thev are to blame. The head make

up at the Panama American had

the measles ana ms cmei assistant
tnnlr anHrlan Inhvei. RpRCB Smith

and OUvft,Brooks did -the be?t they
Sunda'yAlirMifiwtf no M Sx

Factor job.

It hurt most to see Leo Hay's
poem mangled. Fred Sill said his
last news of Hays undated was
that he was prospecting for gold
in California- .Knowing Leo thit
sounds authentic. So many people

have mentioned the poem l am go-

; to reprint it here in duck

face type. That is, u tne make makeup
up makeup man has recovered from the

measles.

PANAMA
When I have slung my pack
and gone,
Here still will be, I know,
Slim Palms to dignify the
dawn;
The steady Trade will blow.
This little fringe of Paradise
Will shin and change and glow;
It's flowers bloom for other
eyes
Then mine who loved it so.
The bouganvillea's cloudy blue
Will week by week unfold,
The guayacan Its life renew
In blots of careless gold :

almost everything else. Some of

them, not appointed by the gov

eminent, have come up with
frightening reports?1 but the gov
erhment has placed them in opti optimistic
mistic optimistic covers and silently filed

them.'

So many missk and other scien scientific
tific scientific Czars have been appointed

mat no one knows who is King.

vzars untn, apparently u is Jm

possible 'to tell" tne top from the

bottom.' n

Uuirold known stars wlllT1 about armed

burn true

Above remembered hills
Silvered and shining in
dew
That memory distills.

the

And one will turn upon his
track . J.
In lonely times to come,
In twilights of the soul look
back
And thrill to call it home.
Leo Hays.

services

current leadership, the Commu Communist
nist Communist Partv. USA. Will continue to

be a mere puppet to be manipu manipulated
lated manipulated at will by Moscow.

Q: Does ihe Communist rany,
USA, presently belong to any type
of Communist international?
Mr. Hoover: The Communist Par Party,
ty, Party, USA, does not presently belong
tn inv nvprt r.ommun st interna-

tionai organizauoa iu
pnP nf formal membership, since

such membership would be in vio

lation of Federal satues. nowcy

er that does not mean that tne

fnmmnnUt PartV. UbA. IS Ml dn

essential part of the international

Communist conspiracy,
i. i ,p11 known, all Communist

Parties are based on the teachings

of Marxism-Lenin sm. io tne uora uora-munists,
munists, uora-munists, these teachings repre represent
sent represent scientific principles by which
Communism will ultimately oe
victorious throughout the world.
The Communist Party', USA, sub subscribes
scribes subscribes to Marxism-Leninism and
bases its activities on these teach teachings.
ings. teachings. This means that the Amer American
ican American Communis., Party operates
on the same principles as do oth other
er other Communist Parties. It has the
same objectives namely, the
overthrow of free government.
Moreover. In the Communist con

ceDt of proletarian internation

alism, all Communist Parties are
bound together in unity to Com Communist
munist Communist objectives with the Com

munist. Partv. Soviet Uimon as

th mnlrnlllna body. The Ameri

can Communist Party is merely

BYieiiKlon ot the International

Communist c-a&pracy. Its loyal

ty to- Khrusncnev or wnoever

controls the Soviet' Party.

OPTIMISM BY A PESSIMIST
Russia may be ahead of the U U-nited
nited U-nited States in the race to destroy
the human race, but no one in
the present administrate in Wash
ington w'll admi it. They are in incurable,
curable, incurable, or perhaps calculated op optimists.
timists. optimists. I haven't the slighest
doubt that the U.S. is as far

ahead of Russ a in optimism as
the latter is reported to be in the
rnpp T mpan arms race.

I happened to be in the United

States when russia launcneo tne
first Sputnick and was pessimistic
about it until Pres'dent Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower said that it d'd not worry him

one iota. It wasn't long afterwards

that the American scientific and
business gen us came up with the

hula hoop to matcn tne &ouinun.

ine opumisis Deueveu wot i"c
hula hoop would not only restore
the economy of the country, but

would provide adequate detense
against an atomic strike against
the United States, and of course,
end inflat on and probably iniprove
the President'' golf score.
There was nothing more to wor worry
ry worry about, until recently a pessim

ist in Texas, probably a Democrat
reported that he was over-stocked
with hula hoop and. can't even g;ve
them away. But that isn't going
to s op the optimists. v L
The waning of the hula. hoop if
rnjta.hle: It was such. a perfect

symbol of the foreign policy.
c far ii T know no commission

of experts La- yet been .appointee
to investigate the cause of the de decline
cline decline of the hula hoop.. But com commissions
missions commissions have been appointed tor
the last six years to investigate

ri

valry. they could learn something

from the czars of science. Gen

Nathan Twining, chairman of the

joint Chiefs, of Staff, is Quoted as

speaking of the rivalry and over

lappiug auues or me missue czars

as a "bigger threat than the Rus

sians

Take Dr. Herbert York, Direc

tor of Defense Research and En

ffineerinff. anrinintori AppArKncr

cj- X' i" wvvu&u.jug r
the Secretary of Defense, t C00
dinate and superviSr'all depart department
ment department of Defense research and en
gingering programs. 1
Bob Considine desdribes him as
a bright young man with the scien scientist's
tist's scientist's placid patience -and confi confidence
dence confidence In the fruits of proper re research.
search. research. That's very fine but what
about action? When

Secretary of Defense McEIroy,
issues much' slicker statements
than his predecessor "E n g i n e
Charley" Wilson perhaps, r be because
cause because the soap business is natu naturally
rally naturally slicker tlur making and sell selling
ing selling motor cars for General Mo Motors.
tors. Motors. Listen to this,, please.
"We will proceed" with deliber deliberate
ate deliberate caution with respect o priori

ty and production responsibilities
in order not to lose any- ot the
momentum the program has de

veloped."
But the critics say that pro

gram has produced cinfusion in in-s.ead
s.ead in-s.ead of momentum. York's job is

described as stimulating and as

saying weapons so awesome that
the Soviet Union' will lose what
must be its temptation to attempt

a saturation bombing of the Unit

ed states and our bases overseas.

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Here two the optimists get in
their share. Prophets -of Gloom

and Doom, some of them liotecV

scientists ana prooaoiy most oi
them Democrats, have warned of

ine noiocausi, sucn( Buraumg
would cause. x
But apparently a lot of that is

just anti-adm.nistration pfopagan
da. A high authority, and certali

ly high in the circles of optimists,

has reported thrt such a bombing
would no kill rr ore that sixty mil million
lion million people at the most. Certainly
that's a hopeful prospect, r

There's nothing like being opti optimistic
mistic optimistic and "playW 1t lave With
"deliberate caution
Here Is an instance. Recently
Mrs..Jouett Shouse, widow of a
prominent Democrat and vlce-pre

sident of the NFftonar Symphony
Orchestra, has been cleared for
membership as a member of the

board of trustees to establish and
V. ........ '.J 1? M. ,1 M ..

encourage a iNauonai uuiiurat cen center
ter center in Washington. D. C.

Of course, the establishment 'of

the center depends on the raising
of $25,000,000 by private sascrlp

tlon so there will be no inter

ference with balancing the budget.

But the project is being rushed
with all due optimism, as, after
careful Investigation, the FBI', has
clared Mrs. ShmiSe.
It goes without saying that she
did not admi. liking Russian mu music,
sic, music, but after all, with due respect
to the distinguished lady,' that
might just 'be another subterfuge.
Yoii can't' trust i Democrat Re Remember
member Remember that sueh an eminent au authority
thority authority at Vice President Richard
Milhaus t Nixon- has said that
they're "soft oa Communism."

YoiaoirfBREAKs:okrc"ouf-..tr;:'

progress, a formula, has been arrived at for1 Settling tha
matter betweerr CHS principal Paul Back and Atlantic Sida
cop A. R. Hauaar pyH; the haadlina MDrivai;j Education al
Chriatobal High School" Jntha program for thfraewrt 2
annual, ball-of the Cristobal branch of the .C2: Pljce As.

Insofar as Canal" Zona CoWiiliam?"C.;'Po

in tha program in a dark suit, compromita and adiustmant

are plainly tbar, kayoota. Therefore I suggest Backhand

Mauser choose between tha; replaoemen1: iheadlihaa'0rive
Educatiori at Cbco ;Solo'f or "Christobal Chbusat Chuta

Chrashes.,,", (1 -,' "Ur

Como rieht down ,to it Editor. Hauser is not the man to

blarne anyhow.The fault lies) SomeWherlfiil the nfathpm nfathpm-abla
abla nfathpm-abla cellars' of the1 PhanamCAmerioHanrplr)t sfiior5..' .,.r

we will p0Qeed, thialmorning to: discuss ?certaJn-, -matters

concerning the Canadjarv- anti-submarine deetf oyei 'HMCS

urescentWe win not dfecyaOhe'flurwej df fcupthe ves vessel'
sel' vessel' carries; nor: the number o'mfriesforpedoesbir" bottles
of gin in the'ivardroomr&uch armament details (are avail

able from Jane's All the World's Fighting SMps, obtain-

aoietrom almost any Dooicstore. . "J"

i But if "Khrushchev's ricebouncf navil mlelligence boys

ever get around tqr Inquiring. Into the. state, of the liver of

wi vui v svTiiiaii rvi(,k, f (Viiioiuuo,' liivy II fun T llll) is
security screen, that will make", the details of the atomic

engines of the US Navy's upcoming .carriers seem as readily

accessible as a Canal Zone parking ticket. ;

Toffiemlre s liver arrived Tuesday at ivfldman, tenderly

wrapped in Tofflemire, following two-days of 25 knot

speeding which brought the Crescent to Rodrnan 43 hours

1 In a community1 lirikerf as this is with i tha seawava- of

the world, it, seemed, a matter! of "Interest tolearn fust

what it was about Seafarej Toff lemlre'a liver Which caused
the engineering officer of the Canuck craft to put so much

more wrap on tne iir. , , -,
An operative, ci, thi news media. therefore established

contact with the officer of the Witch of the Crescent by

the devious stratagem of calling up Information and asking
the number of the telephone fine which had been put aboard
the vessel, ,.. ...

"Where does Toffiemlre come from? :
"Tofflemire?"
'The sailor who Is in Corgas after you sprinted for

two days to bring him here." r

. "Yes, I do believe there Is a someone of that name.
"Can you give us his hometown?" j,
"You'd' have t Kask thtfpfiflh.""i9M Tsndw:";; v
"Twould give us a mass of gladness, chappie. Could
ylj put him on the' jolly old blower."
, ,"l'm. .afraid hels; ashore, you know" ",ii
-"'When' Islfr harbe biek" nbfoau iwpj
' "Sofryfu "Nraily $6rfV fTaVtthe''slfghBt Idwa.".'
Thus reassured that Brttilh Ff irfiV M'fftlStdfWiiroid Mac-

millan's recent Moscow conferences with Khrushchev had
done nothing to diminish the strictness with which a sailor's
hometown is a matter for his captvin's knowledge only, the
inquiry into the condition and hometown ot Tofflemire'
liver wasedirected through what .are) laughingly, called
normal' olmltf 9 v- wA -.ws. v. :
Oorgas Hospital, : fazed by' th cbmple'xrfy bf such: a

project as asking the doctor tne oondition 0f the liver and
asking Tofflemire to put down that nurse at least till he

had disclosed his hometown, bucked the issue to the 15th

Naval District.

This ai the first indication that th ISthDV mis

sion includes exclusive redublicatlon' HrhlsdVeru the livers

of all such Royal Canadian Navy-tars as may fetch up

here. The first indication, that is, to the 15th ND an,d to
this paper and to .the 15th NDboth,.

Came the word from the '15W NOr'I'We-htfei-stand

the Canadians are handling their', wn "-information.'

Another phone call to Rodmah. Came the word from

the Crescent: "The 1 5th ND is handling .our information."

A call stO'tthe British fErrrbassy, which "might iireaum iireaum-ably
ably iireaum-ably be thWght to have Something to do with-the care
and maintenance of Tofflemire' liver after he was removed
from the ship: "No, we're sorry, we really, don't have any anything
thing anything on his hometown. Actually we're working through the
15th Naval District. But the captain of the'-Crescent drop dropping
ping dropping in this, morning to py his Aspects." -v
Clearly this doughty 'seadog was not going to; con confide
fide confide in even the Embassy over such a security-shrouded
matter as the state of Tofflemlre's top-security, liver, nor
his hometown. .' Kx f
Considering, this "wa the ;day the Pentagon's top
security operatives saw no.danger.in releasing to the world
the InfOTtnitiopirtbat atorh-age Secretary of. State John
Foster Dulles himself had contrived to become radioactive,
they must have been consideration of the weightiest
mature which surroMnded the liver of seaman Tofflemire in
such conspiratorial ; hush, j .- t r
The plot aj Ijhey Jeem, to have an Increasing tendency
to do round, het,;thaef days, thlckerted."-' t
. Indications were that; the keen-mlnde'd" counter-intelligence
forpes of the two most powerful naVteVin the West Western
ern Western hemiphere wer going into, finely-mehd taction to
ensure that even the existence of of Tofflemire' liver re remained
mained remained conceajed from the alert operative the" Kremlin,
and anv sauasti which mip-ht nrov thulr'uhwittrho' ao-ent.

.. T. I k h k . ,... r I

ii js njire,ningiTo a Taxpayer TO Know, TnaxBucn re-

sourceful, tight-lipped men are guarding th free world's
vital "ilormrTftt frfSntlon Tefflemire's secret vitals.

Give, ortaiertitthinff iitlmuU to thlnlcralJcaiTauririg

tnose long nours in line waiting tor rviiraTiores ormge' to
close. 1
A pitVthUn, tKdthe-lmealcil offlceftf the Crescent,
wrongly, .looking on,;Tofflemlre uv-. patient rather than
merely the;iWripplnge)r tne mt top-secret liver In recent
naval hlstoVyievaleoL right from his hip that th Tof Toffiemlre
fiemlre Toffiemlre liver, appeared' to be -In, good; ehape.four broken
rib when;' wave threw him against a.atch, but the Ifyer
none too 'affat a had by. than bH discovered. j
lndeedrth unsretive .sawbones seemed to indicate,
the Toff lemira Jlvef was by away ofbo!hg In lust as good

shape as th livers of those callers inquiring, of It
Claniingiafound th ityt dsk;tiy mind filled with
thoughts of cirrhosis. A great and comradely pity forTof forTof-flemire
flemire forTof-flemire overcame m. v ' v
PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT notes that ther ira
7 sergeants and 8 corporals and 15 enlisted men of the
National, Cuard in ,th Stockad right now, and allow
as how ,.,': ... '. x
1 seemed lur'ky enough lor Emestito last weekend to b
worth a whirl for ls eminent praMS lls week,



SUNDAY, MARCH t, 1959

THE. SUNDAY AMERICAN
FAoaTr)

r

' t -. 1 -j t N ft ; '

v 'CDON,' Marcfr ? At Gmeldom is the world's greatest ,e:

wta'tha workers of Britain have

v much done for their welfare
it is heart-warmwi to find, kind

is thoughts' directed towards v nae
t comfort- "ndn welfare of the
"j'JMs,;' fc,. J ';. v
. 'WhaVSorFof chair does- the'gen-

a lor texecuti v. spend his Um dtf
11 dayl, Doer Phe jisk ; f atiguo

;fj acning -oacK. ana oaa curcuiauun
Is leg cramp a vocational hazard

of. management, and .does promo-J
f Jtion W tha' executive suite invite

- iwollefk-ankles tfnd Slipped disc?
N iAecorffingttxDr.sH. Wright,
' head of the Institute of Directors'
medical research unit; the mddle mddle-'jffsrt
'jffsrt mddle-'jffsrt director Ii the' neelected fac

tor in Britain's working popula popula-:
: popula-: tion: That is, why heand-.Dr.'W.'
- J". Eloyd, physiologicalvwert, of
Middlesex. Hospital,, .are zangujg
- London bfficfes these days with
an impr!mfintkr executive' chatt

from which' may 'evolve' ths .stU

entif icaliy. perfect aptamen4 t
High, executives. re-be,ng.sk--,
ri tn nit' ih if while the straws jpn

- 'leg and' bcV m'ukcTes 4te' hoteU
'The chaflraS-toilt-W-'gituges ,10
, asure AhS" height 'and girth, of

its occupants. ,,.",-
, IMVY .Of, THI AMATEUR. ,,.
1 The fwVdoctdfSwiir'be the'eii
vy of "thit vast 'imateUf army of
fact-finders who haunt the public
libraries from morning. to, night
and make up so much if 'bur po population.
pulation. population. ' "'J '' J
- At one time it was thought .that
. radio and television, with, th'x
": nrwti crested entertainment.' woud

uell (he spirit of inquiry. But a I

' tvU9A.UUHi 1 JVW
t White Paperorf-the nation's librS'
ry services shows the v -thirst ,for
' facts t6 be virtually unslakable..
1 There are now' just under 13,'?
OOO.tiOO registered book-borrowers
at puhlieJibrarles. compared with
only 2,683,000 ia-1924, -when radio
had only, just begun.
i And this take- no account of
the multitudes' who daily browse
around the reference shelves in
obscure village libraries or busy
town establishments;.; plucking Bp
facts like anteaters, s with the
. same-assiduity; as those two.dcp-
' tors with their executive "gumea "gumea-1
1 "gumea-1 pigs."
'Beauty uiiadorfted," adorned the-jnofe,'"-
sang the undemanding,
poet, and iUfftW ifyJffiS
with Britain's knowledge-sekkers.
Unembroidered facts and fig
cres are beating fiction, except
perhaps the crime variety. So
widespread 1 is the hue a"nd cry
for ..general knowledge that 'b,ne
H tpttiD'ed to-- ascribe it to the

fanatical plrfihe.telvii)ivJ1

- nulz... jKvenyonwouiioir ijw.,,uw
but even with the. friendliest of
" ijuiz-masters, such sums are not
won-without-a T basic knowledge
of the world "and affairs.
Lucky the quiz contender who,
' with science and technology as

his theme,' should come 'toto pos

session of the 44-page dossier or
facts that reached me- last week weekend.
end. weekend. !., ,
Prepared for the help of-'in-quirers
at United Kingdom In Information
formation Information offices .: overseas, it
rrvstalliifts Rrita'n's contributions

to science;,industry.'and,,techioloi1
gy ovet the 'pa's: ;209 earsv

FASCINATING JUXTAPOSITION
f What t found so fascinating
was the juxtaposition of the new-
est development in .eaclviield
longside the first d scovery' or ,in
vention !thar'iniide"it passible. "'
Let me give i few examples,
tin iwclear energyBritain has
been, the first country 'to' gener generate
ate generate nuclear power on a commer-s
- .1iil1clle.-2'- '!f' ,lf"
, rf The sCaldet? Hall station; Vrfeed
ing electricity into the national
grid since1 956, could be said to
Save had its -genesis back in 1911;
. -when IatA Jiufrcrford fa' New

-Zealander wdrking- In Engtandr

prrf d the atom must, nave,a,nu-,
deus. In 193 came the momen momen-f
f momen-f tous -jachievement-j of'the British
hys cists Sir" John Cockcroft and
- Dr. E.T.S. Walton in first splitr
ting the' atom,,,L ''
Or take electric nower. Be

tween 1954 and'-1957.. vbe,. British

electrical industry sported $2,800,-.

vwtuuii warm' oi equipment, .que
word'electrie'' 3wascoined "400
ycars-aito fcyr WHiffm rilbeft:

physician t&Jueeti(Elizabeih I of

Pre-Fab. House 1834

In electronics the United, King:

,ex

porter.- V. - a

-The termlonic valve or tube.

from jijhiclKJtne- science of elec

ironies ns "jai;geiy siruujs, wai
invested by th" Englishman Sir

Ambros'.Flemmg mi 1904.
-The,, work' fi&t -public televi television
sion television service, wasopened in Brit Britain
ain Britain in"Ji936,- 1

we find Britain's contractors at

this moment 'engaged on over

seas contracts r valued -at over

- HarkuigbacK;1 the record shows
Britainf- -hid the world's f i r s t
steam; railway hr 1825, the first

pre-fabrieated house in 1830, the

first railway tunnel in 1831.

In I80-91, British engineers built
thfftrst railway tunnel under the
Hudson River,1 Kew York. Among

recenj; .proejets, British contrac contractors'
tors' contractors' havgr'cqmpfeted the world's
largest oil harbor, at Arden, in

V ,lB'the"fieldof "'prime movers,

f.i gas-trpine ,a.r,ners nn the
sternMiOridA until mid-1958, had
Ifeen Ibuiit in iBntain.

(The iirst prime mover, the

steam, engine, was invented in

Bwtaiiy in- tthc mid-18th century.

in 1884- the, British pioneer Sir

Charlesi Parsons made tlie first

steam -' turbine' driving a high high-speed
speed high-speed electrical generator, fore-

unner- efi the modern power sta station:
tion: station: And.- incidentally, his steam
turbine foreshowed the princi principles
ples principles of the, gas turbine.

rake ship-building. United King

dom yards turned out" 17,000,000
gross;j tons of merchant hipping
between ; 1945 and 1958. The
world's first practical steam-driv-eh
hr-"?ln Charlotte Dunda s.

was launched in Scotland in 1802.
i How easy to go on quoting

now nam ftOiStpp. x.et any fact factfinder
finder factfinder .dipping into this book
would' confirm''' have no more
than 1 skimmed its surface.

NEW TEXT BOOK
BUDAPEST (UPl) A new

schovlbook for students 10 to 14
years old yMJ. teach; "Norms for
Sexual Life" forUie first time as
well as Marxism-Leninism, It was
announced yesterday. The official

i-.um'niuiusr ranv newsnanpr Mn.

szabadsag said that by providing

come othe basis for wnrn

W JPWiWX- tor the Hun

PICRUPPIONJEER ROCKET

MANCHESTEft England '(UPI)

Tne Jodreir ivanx radio teie teie-scops
scops teie-scops ricked ;up the American
rocket Pioneer, today as it rose
above the horizon and said it was

about 280,000 miles away at the

time

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COMPANY COMMANDER PROMOTED Members of the 518th-Engineer; Company (Combat),
Fort -Kobbe, gather to congratulate their commanding officer, Capt. DaVld P. Larsen, ,on his
promotion. 1st Sgt. Bruce S. Hassler is among the first to offer & handshake and best wishes.
' v (U.S. Army Photo)

Newest Religious Body Symbolizes

Breaking Down On Ancient Barriers

TURNABOUT IS...

CLINTON. Tenn. (UPIV-Trooo-

er Fred Brown arrested motorist
Oliver Hv( Anderson for speeding

and drove him to? Jay to lodge
the complaint.
Anderson charged the trooper
with exceeding the speed limit on

the trip to jail.
So far, the charge against An Anderson
derson Anderson has been dropped. Brown's

case suil is pending.

America's newest major reli religious
gious religious body symbolizes, in its
drive for Christian unity that is

name and historv. the Dowerful-

gradually breaking down the an--J

cient barriers of Protestant de-nominftionalism.

Its name is the United Church
of Christ. It was. formed on June
25, 1957r iby the merger of
the Congregational C h ri sti a n
Churches and the Evangelical and
Reformed Church.
Wnen the merger is completed
the United Church will have a
membership of about 2,100,000,
and will be the nation's seventh
largest Protestant body. :
Although many congregations

hf'fc begun using the new name,

no local church Is legally affili affiliated
ated affiliated with thu United Church ot
Christ at present. It will exist
only in spirit and on paper until
a constitution, now being drafted,

is completed and approved.
Some local Congregationalism
churches have served notice they
willl not affiliate with the United
Church. They have formed the
National Assn. of Congregational
Christian Churches. This organiza

tion reports a membership of 171

local churches, out of total
of. 5,544 congregational Christian
churches in the nation.
j Four of the dissident Congrega Congrega-tionalist
tionalist Congrega-tionalist churches and 10 individu individuals
als individuals have filed a suit in the fed federal
eral federal district court of New York

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challenging ,the legality of the.
merger. An 'earlier legal test, in

New York state courts, resulted
in a clear-cut victory for the pro-

merger forces.
Despite these birth pains, the

United Church is already regard regarded
ed regarded by students of church history

as a tremendously significant
milestone in the ecumenical
movement which seeks to draw

together the divided Christian

family.
Unlike other church mergers of
recent years which have united
Methodists with Methodists', Pres Presbyterians
byterians Presbyterians with Presbyterians and
Lutherans with Lutherans, the
United Church represents the con confluence
fluence confluence of two entirely distinct
streams of Protestant Christianity.
Congregationalism, which came
to America aboard the Mayflower
in 1620, is an offshoot of the Eng English
lish English Reformation. The Puritans
felt that the ecclesiastical hier hierarchy
archy hierarchy of the Church of England
was stifling true Christian faith,
so they established in New Eng England
land England a new kind of church in
which each local congregation
was completely free to manage
its own affairs, This emphasis on
congregational autonomy remains
until thdisay a distinctive feature
of Congregationalist Churches.
The Evangelical and Reformed
Church is a product of the Con Continental
tinental Continental reformation led by
John Calvin and Martin Luther.
It came tb America with the first
German and Dutch immigrants to
Pennsylvania. Like other churches
of the Calvinist tradition, it has
a representative system of gov government
ernment government (caled the Presbyterian
polity) in which regional bodies
called synods administer many
church affairs.
Working out a compromise be between
tween between these different ecclesiasti ecclesiastical
cal ecclesiastical structures is the main prob problem
lem problem confronting the constitution
drafters of the United Church.
There are no major doctrinal is

sues to be' resolved, because both
denominations eschew o f f i c i a 1
creeds and leave the individual
believer free to work out his own
understanding of the Bible within
the basic context of faith in Jesus
Christ as divine Lord and Savior.
Worship customs vary widely in
both denominations with each con congregation
gregation congregation free to make its own
rules.

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MR. AND MRS. ALEXANDRE NIKOLAJEVIC
ENTERTAIN AT COCKTAILS FOR VISITOR
Alexandre Nikolajevic, director of the Panama Trust Com Company,
pany, Company, and Mrs. Nikolajevic entertained last evening at the re residence
sidence residence with a cocktail party honoring Philippe Colomb, director

of the National nana 01 commerce ana muusuj vx
Mr. Colomb Is visiting In Panama City on a stopper

a trip to France.

Quarry Heights Club
Plent March Luncheon
The Quarry He ghts Officers
Club Wednesday at 12:30...
Mrs. 0. K. Worley of the Can Canal
al Canal Zone Gem an' Mineral Socie y
and Mrs. C Daughity will speak
on gems and minerals to, be found
in this area, and will show some
jewelry they have made.

Luncheon cancellations should

be made by noon Tuesday witn
one of the hostesses, Mrs. R. M.
Anderson, 82-2209; Mrs. R. D.
Hand, 86-7241, or Mrs. J. L. Waltz,
87-4132.
Sorority Initiate
Miss Stephanie Back
Miss Stephanie Beck, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Beck of
Cristobal, has been initiated into
Kappa Alpha Theta sorority at
Demson University, Granville, 0-hio.

She Is
Denison.

a freshman student at

Mrs. J. 0. James
Returns To States
Mrs. J. 0. Barnes left by plane
vesterdav for Miami enroute to

her home in Ridgeley, W. Va She

visited here a raontn witn ner
mother, Mrs. Gerald D. Bliss, her
sisters, Mrs. George A. Walker of
Cocoli and Mrs. B. Donald Humph
rey of Coco Solo, and their fami families.
lies. families. This was Mis. Barnes' first vi visit
sit visit to the Zone since'she and Mr.
Barnes sailed n November, 1953,
following his retirement as chief
of the Panama Canal Company's
Payroll Branch.
She plans a short visit in M'a M'a-mi
mi M'a-mi with ht- brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Cur'is H. Bliss.
In Tampa, she will visit Mrs. Bob Bobby
by Bobby Jacques before continuing to
Ridgeley.

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SPECIAL NOTICE:
The Panama Canal Tarpon Club,
Gatun, C.Z.
announces the change in date of the Fish Fry from
March 8 to March 15, 1959.

COME ONE COME ALL
TICKETS SOLD AT THE CLUB.

Organists Guild
The Isthmian Chapter of the A A-merican
merican A-merican Guild of Organists will
meet Tuesday evening at 8 at the
Jewish Synagogue across from the
ranama Hoepual.
Members wishng ransportation
should meet a the Balboa YMCA
at 7:30.
Union Club Officials

Entertain At Picric
The board oi directors of the U U-nion
nion U-nion Club will entertain today at
the tradii ona. picnic honoring the
Club's Carnival queen Vilma U
and members of her court.
The picnic will be given at the
summer home of Dr. and Mrs.
Casco Diai..
Charity Card Croup,
Balboa Woman's Club
The Charity Card group of the
Balboa Woman's Club will meet
for dessert td cards Thursday
afternoon at :30 at the Fort A A-mador
mador A-mador Officers Open Mess.
Reservat'ons should be made
by noon Wednesday with one of
the hostesses, Mrs. Leland Brooks,
Balboa 3527; Mrs. Grover Luce,
Balboa 1488; or Mrs. R. C Meiss Meiss-ner,
ner, Meiss-ner, Balboa 3563.
Clayton NCO Wives
Plan Coming Events
Plana fnr a hkf sale, a "tacky"

party and a trip through the Can

al were made at tne mommy Busi Business
ness Business meeting of the Fort Clayton
NCO Wives Club.
Bake sale chairman Mrs. Luther
C. Wyrick nnounced plans for the
sale, and Mrs. Elmer Wednesday
at Morgan's Gardens.
The monthly social w'll be
"tacky" parly, with a pot-luck
supper and daucing. Club mem members
bers members are planning ,a tour through
the Canal Mstrch 24.
During the business session, Mrs.
Raymond Long was sleeted to suc succeed
ceed succeed Mrs. Donald Zeis, retiring
welfare chairman.
Hostesses for the evening were
Mrs. R charri Burch, Mrs. John
Costel'o, Mrs. Frank M. Rettineer,
Mrs. Carmen P. Snee and Mrs.
Charles M. Trayner.
New members welcomed nto the
club by Mrs Martin F o r k a s.
president included Mrs. William
Black. Mrs: Wo P. Cameron.
Mrs. Joseph L. Fougere and Mrs.
Roland Johnson.
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N E W s

SUFFERS EAR AILMENT
RABAT. Morocco (UP1) Kin
MohammedV .of Morocco is suf suffering
fering suffering from an ear ailment and
must undergo a "complete rest"
for at least 10 days, officials re reported
ported reported today.

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Girl Scout Week
Starts Tomorrow
The Girl Scouts of the USA cel celebrate
ebrate celebrate their 47th birthday March
12 and the entire week of March
8-14 will be proclaimed as Girl

Scout Week. The Canal Zone Girl
Scout Council is planning a wide
variety of activities to take place
during the week.
On Girl Scout Sunday, tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, all Canal Zone Girls Scows
will attend the Church of their
choice in uniform. Many of the
churches have special services
planned where Scouts will usher,
take up the offering, present col colors,
ors, colors, and generally assist with the

Church Service.
Girl Scouts will all sit in a body

at Church with their leaders and

other Scout adults.

Monday is Homemaking Day

tor tne Girl bcouts, while Tuesday
has been designated Citizenship

Day, Wednesday Health and Safe

ty Day, Thursday International
Friendship Day, Friday Arts and
Crafts Day and Saturday Out-ol-Doors
Day.
On Citizenship Day Brownies
and Girl Scouts will be in charee

of the flag ceremonies at every

US-rate school on the Isthmus.
During ihe week many troops

plan to entertain Muchachas Guias

from Panama as part of their In International
ternational International Friendship program.
Next Saturday, two districts plan
to hold rallys. For District 1, com composed
posed composed of Margari a, Coco Solo,
Gatun, Ft. Gulick and Ft. Davis
the rally will be held at the Po Police
lice Police Ranee on the Atlantic Side.

Plans for a picnic lunch, exhibits

ana otner events are scheduled to
take place between 11 a.m. and 3
p.m.
Girls from various troops Will
participate in a flag ceremony and
a collection will be made from

each troop for the Juliette Low

worm rnenasmp runa, a tund
that fosters friendship a m o n &
young people.
The fund sends food, clothing,
blankets, money for relief in Eu

rope, Africa and the Far East; 4

coniriDuies lowara seaing ex exchange
change exchange counselors to various coun countries
tries countries in Europe, toward Interna International
tional International Gatherings at the Girl
Scout books, publications, office

supplies and uniform material for

re-establishment of Guide Associa Associations
tions Associations all over the world.
.., District H will, also Jolll,.rJlly

on Saturday at Summit Gardens
for the Girl Scouts from Albrook
Air Force Base, Balboa, Diablo,
Curundu, 15th Naval District and
Fort Amador. This rally will in include
clude include some 600 Girl Scouts and
Brownies from this district and
will be similar to the A lantic
Side event.
Although no district Wide event
has been planned for District 111,
which incfudes Ft. Clayton, Ft.
Kobbe, Rodman, Rousseau, Cocoli
and Gamboa, many of these neigh neighborhoods
borhoods neighborhoods plan activities for the
week. Ft. Clayton plant to hold

an out-door day for parents and

Scouts,

In addition to Council events, in
dividual troops will be holding spe
cial activities and event thrniiPh

out the week. Visits, tours, special

speaKers. and troop, programs and

camping trips are scneauiea.
Albrook Air Scouts
Seek New Members

Any young man over the age of

14 wno uvea in tne Canal Zone, and

who is seriously interested in avia aviation,
tion, aviation, may now join the new revi revitalized
talized revitalized Air Scout Explorer Squad

ron 15 at Albrook AFB, according

to an announcement made recently
by Lt. Col. Wendell ; F, Moseley,

Adult Advisor in the squadron.

The Air Scout Program ft Al

brook, the only one of its type on

the Isthmus, consists of 21 mem

bers whose primary interest is a a-viation.
viation. a-viation. The Air Scouts meet every
Monday evening at 7 p.m. in the

Youth Activities Building to dismiss
aviation topics, and to make plans

for a stimulating program.

Membership in the Air Scout

Program which was limited to

Teenage boys on Albrook until re

cently, is now open to youngster

residing in Balboa, curundu ana

all military installations in the Ca-

At Albrook. the Air. scouts not

only nave the opportunity to see

various types of aircraft landing,
takins off. and narked on the ramo.

but they also have the opportunity

to visit the aircraft workshops.

studv emereency and survival

methods, navieatianal plot tine

weather data, and other related

procedures used by our Air Force
mlots. Occasionally they are per permitted
mitted permitted to ride in military aircraft

fnr nripntntinn fliehts.

The Air' Scouts s participate in

TT AWL EILCXS
AND THEIR FRIENDS
The Elks Club N" 1542,
Brazos Heights, C.Z.
is pleased to announce the reopening of
its kitchen under the management of Mr.
Ernest Chong formerly of the Tropic, on
Monday, March 9, 1959.
Featuring Chinese Foods
Steaks and Chicken
OPEN: 11:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M.

CftlttL COLOR SHAMPOO

ami im

11
is

"J '-ol

' : tPrtsantad by me Dapartmant
f Christian ideation the
Episcopal Church in the M's M's-lienary
lienary M's-lienary Oieces af the Panama
Canal Zone.) :
Yevr Ivtninf Bible -' dlnf : :
r. : Phlllpplans ?:14- ,V ".1
i ,S" rMUMUINGS -r
- AND DISPUTING! f! :
' "De all thbjs 'without mur mur-murines
murines mur-murines nd etisputtings."
, The Philinninna mm BnnA nit.

BlOUH hWMM ThAc )A hail ki.

cume uuiim r wim., uie eany
Christian Cburcb in that city
were basically going in the right
direction.! Their : pai'or,- faul,
could eel : pretty ir"-1. bout
iem and thank' God for "them,
ButrDieV t,l) hill t. llira tf ri

tmngi .without mnrmuringS' and

flispuings. They mur bout
God, and they disputed with ; co

t'Why does God letrthis happen
me?" "Why doe God mike

;osj 1Ur jam over mere,
nd so hard for me, when, God

to

ri X RITTIN6III

Oh. wnat a-beautlfnl mornlntf.

is truly a corneous day. The halls

of BHS are fairly buzzing with

excitement.
First in the thought of juniors

is uiru' ana jsoyi. ute ana nere

ire ine iuckv modm wno were se

lected to iik. w v

BOYS' STATE: Bill Archibaldrf

rranK uaggot: Asa JBarley: sua

Batcheldnr! TftiT RftmhMick. Jr

Doug JB irgtre; Rocky Ble vlns;
Harrv TnlKoW. f 1 A 1 1

Phil Csaus; : : James Catron;
Charles Clarkr James Cole; Dale

uomorowsKyi aon numacn; ioe
IP . II. -i -A a 3

uarL'ii : orucii nasrsn" irinv rr

ten, Jr.; Don KeJlerrMike Kel
ly : Mike Klimer: ; Richard Law

son: James Marshall: Ken Mohl:

Richard Imorris;. Doug Pajak;

ueorge ambo; Charles Rents;
Fred Rn- Snn Rule Alan

Scott; Kevin Sheridan: Roland
Strung, Marshall, Thomas;
George Trail; John Turner Ray
Underwood and as so observer,
Pedro Janowitt. Tttiimlntf n

Doys-- counselors are:: rat Tate:

David Browne; Reed Hopkins: To

ny Womble; Paul Blades and Hen Henry
ry Henry Barker.
GIRLS' STATE: Surprisingly on,
Iy 23 girls from this side were
selected tn attanif m

of Caribbean .Girls' State. They

are: aroie symonqs, Cftristine
Huff, Jocylyn King, Karen Lytle,
Anita Leonard, Nancy- Swenson,
Caerine Watson Phriet I' rri.

son, Grace Vale. FJorita Vales.

Marvel Daviaon: nfani Un.nl).

Eve Eisenman. Judv Rettineer.

Pat McGuire, Dot Strumpf, Jo Jo-Ann
Ann Jo-Ann PiplHl Ninmi T T..

iv ; mvmu, ucaiuie
Nickerson, Dolores Wheeler, Kay

riuwcis, ana ttaroara uarieti.
Returning aa "mnnliw."' ..,.

the "lnfennx" lnf nf frnnni.

Mary Watson, Mar x MiHer, Ka Ka-thy
thy Ka-thy Cox, Judt Hote, Ceci Eggle Eggle-ston,
ston, Eggle-ston, Ann Haskell, and Barbara

Klipper

Une of the reasons that put
hese iirtiM in i. t l.t k.

Cristobal juniors know who was

going to be their inma es, andl
innkeepers for the week of March
19-26.

week '11 have the initiat-. hprl The reeular. monthly meetina bT

big show.

Remember all of you have just
Koten your drivers' license re recently.
cently. recently. Cars weren't hmlt tn ii'mK

trees.

knows.- do more work for. Gm
than John does?" "Why kd Ml
ry snub-me at the meeting yes
terday V' "Who allowed t h a
show-off 'to" becine, president o
the Womans' Guild?'' "Why don'
we ain mm ? k' a

.- m w UJV Wt Wll
nynjns.that everybody knows?'

tut uoesm our pastor eau 01
Bi more oltea?"-;''? sfis-; -!
- Murm urine-. nii

eomlaiing anc quarrelUng nai
ling and fussing: what a eonstao 1
source of confusion that blindi
our eves to thn mi mai.-

our life m the Church: Amt thS

ttitud is not 'reserved fa
Church nennl i- l fK- .....i..

lar world it Is tvto worse; Iven

on nr worn w De- done la heli
back 'and imnaHM V v

of people whor refuse to act likJ
adults. We certainly don't t ha vi -perfection,
here 09 earth. Bui
there are varv f nf na .,Vin

in such bad condition., that 4
can justify afl h grumbling thai
roes on.' We all. have inm arL

OUI reDentin- to do. and rrnwina

up Jar Christ! H,,

Takes play For ; Presidency

(UPDWThe man wh wasn't thrn

Sen. John Kcniuriv 1 fl.Maaa

stole the show at the Midwest

Democratic Conference in the ma.

neUverfnff for a irth ha aava ha ia

not seekingthe presidency.

However. Sen. MnKurt TTiimnhrav

fD-Mlnn V anotW nf tha IQOl

front runners, will hive an oppor

tunity to tate the spoUlght from
Kennedy in the conference banauet

tonight, where lie w01 deliver" 'the

main address.

Michigan, another 1960 presidential
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possinutiy wno. remained in io

really the Pacific Cob Collectors will be
held Tuesday evening at 7:30 et

tic no iu uaiwa.

lectins is invited to attend.

many events. For nmni. m

March T members of the Albrook
Squadron will participate in the
Scoutcanades. On Mav a m thav

will enter the annual cayuco' race.

moseiey stated that since the
members nart.irinata in varlvtm

functions on the Isthmus, if is nec-1

MMM. U ' 1. '.,.1. .1 .1

j ioi muse wno ram me

squadron to nurchase the hlna anri

distinctive Air Scout uniform from
the Boy Scout Clubhouse in Diablo.

rersonnei interested in ininins

the Air Scout Explorer Squadron at

AiurooK, snoma wnte to Mnseiev

at Box 455, Albrook 1 Air Force

Base.

Phone contact can alsui Tin marie

with Moseley, by calling 86-2144

during duty hours and 86-4218 aft

er amy nours.

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Cops Nab Ohio Boys

Who Put $2 Price

On Teachers' Heads

DAYTON, Ohio, Mar. 6 (UFI)
Guns for Hire." a sanr of

five boys who put a price of $2
up on the heads of elementary
educators, was broken up yes yesterday
terday yesterday before it got started.
Members of the Junior edi

tion of '.'Murder, Inc." admit admitted
ted admitted they organized to shoot

teachers or principals who gave
elementary children ,"a hard
time," but they said they had

no customers.

County, Detective Harlan

Grooms said the sann was

broken up after two months of

investigation j- ..

He said no known murders
were committed but the group

ama Been linKea wir.n eicrnt Bur

glaries and about 8100 worth of

sroien gooas.
One of the five, Frank Jack Jackson,
son, Jackson, 18, was held -In jail fac facing
ing facing possible chareea of hm-a-larv

Ages of the five ranged from 12
to 17.

' DetecUve George Roberts said

uay ue spares, l, described

b wie : ringleader," was releas
ed te the Custody of his grand,
mother. ...

Roberts said finarka hA hn

in a house of detention 10 times
and also had been sentenced
. the boys', industrial school.

jacKson nearly, lost his left
arm last year when he was shot

wm aieanng gas from a truck.

HwWscnjrt:''-1::-;-

Al Slale Prison ;

Seize Hosl:nss

WALPOLE, Msss., March 7

(UP!) Five lone-term Drison-

ers seized a deputy warden, two

guards and a storekeeper as host

ages at Walpole State Prinson-to

day. Authorities sent 100 state
troooers to tha scene.

State police said the prisoners
were all-long term trouble mat

era. ( ; 1 4 ,. t
' Stat notice aald thev were hoi

d up in a metal shop and asked

mr a comerence witn prison qui qui-dais;
dais; qui-dais; ,3 -.j.m,.s- vjz:'.
Innate Mart'w Feeney was de described
scribed described as the nriaoners' leader.

The troopers summoned to the
scene 'Included t group testifying
in a .court case at FaU River. The

Meetings

r:,

'Tn b,u. ,rjn,i 4,..,...,
long shadow of Kennedy tfilough-
ort tte day, regained some
attention-' last nivht n,k. u.

Posed in a television- anneaVanr.

mat Democrat Adlai Stevenson be

uauHWsecretary of state,, if and
when John Foster Dulles Is forced

w iv up AC JOD,
Williams, who

Sen. William Proxmire (D-Wia.i.

was greeted with a .standing ova ovation
tion ovation at the start of a luncheon
speech here Fridav hut ha

few cheers during or afterward, f

in a neaaime-maung news con conference
ference conference Friday,' Kennedy's younger
brother, tall, handsome, pencil pencil-slender
slender pencil-slender Robert Kennedy,' took the
Say from presidential possibilities
tn. Stuart Symington (D-Mo.) and
Williams.
The younger Kennedy revealed
he has been offered campaign sup support
port support for his brother in return for
taking a 'milder Une in the Senate
Labor Rackets Committee hear hearings,
ings, hearings, which he serves as chief
t

Moumblow V.F.W. Post
Lt. Garvyn K. Moumblow Mem
orial Post 3876, .l'.W., w'll have
nomination of officers at the reg regular
ular regular business inett'ng Monday eve
ning at 7:30 at the Post Home m

All members
tend.

are urged to at-

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MATISM
Mini of Rhaumatlam,

Annriua, nauruii, juumMgo, bci-
atlca, attff muaclaa and awolUa
Jolntg mk yoi miaarabla, (at
ROMIND from your druaciat at
once. KOM1ND qulokly brlnaa fan-
t teatift -relief ae jraa can alaep, work i
'MhS lfv In eomfnrt. Don't aalfar 1
aadlaaaly. Oat ROHINQ today.

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1 "i PICHER
I 1 Fresh as all : :
Outdoors jc jt

TO ALL MERCHANTS:
"The PANAMERICAN 6R0ADCASTING SYSTEM,
stations HOC (English) and, HOA (Spanish) ad-
' vise all merchants in and outside of the Republic
of Panama that it is not to be held responsible
for debts contracted by its employes, unless
' there exists a special authorization signed by Mr.
' C. Michael MoCaffirty. Executive Vicepresident,
or Mr. William A. Howard, Genera! Manager'

Get the one and only V
GERU-FIGIITING tOOTIIBRUSII

e itaaehn yon Sorgteally StarU.I
Made te stay ir'r
jfK far up to 4 inontha in tttel
O Inhibits or dntfoy ALL typn
' af g rma that fall tk at bold to K I

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NEW

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THE SUNDAY AMERICAN

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At

' Biki. Wamanl Clu

Uw.Iv.nbi Prolan,
'WKEf ClutT will
weswt, William Kosan, an autho autho-"
" autho-" rity on. Fort Sat, Lorenzo., at an,
' evening meeting Wednesday ,at the
interested, persons, both m e n
and women tre invited. to,. Jiear
i th wiKit sneaker at 8 p tn. He

-! ni li.xnM hit- mrticination in

" the reclamation rf the ancient fort
- and wUlho color move titled
W "Recent1 Diiccvene at- Fort Mn
Lorenzo. .The film will xp am his historical
torical historical events Jeadmg to the, dis-
cowries. '1 i. '-,'.-
r ciub membeti' are- reminded

' that an Important business sessipu
will start promptly at 7 p m.

Jungle Warfare films
Shown Te NCO Wives : '
The Fort" Gulick NCO Wives
Club, meeting to;th cocki
lounge of the club,' had as guest
speaker Maj.' Michael Chester,
MaJ. William Dickson and, U.,
Gewgertong -f .the, JuntfajWar JuntfajWar-fare
fare JuntfajWar-fare -Kalnilg Cehtefc Glides' wev
shown to describe the school and
its training r
President 'ihiti Katiierine KWP'
wetedmetf'as W members Mrs.
Eette Merrill, Mrs. Millie .Moon.
Mrs. Warn H. Chr stiansoni 'Mrs.
.Susan Da Majv ...Guests .j included
Mrs. Lissy Aponte and Mrs. Ma-
ria Monroe. .
Members who attended were
Mrs. Frances T. Ledue, Mrs. Ter-
ry Trask,' Mrs ettie Do'son Mrs.
Ncy Williams, "Mm. Xatherine
Killip, Mrs. Richard We r, Mrs.
George Hcnning, Mrs. Jody Mor Morris,
ris, Morris, Mr. Anne Solis, Mrs, Trudie
Beay, Mrs. Mary Jane Pearson.
Mrs. Betty Holden, Mrs. Alvina

mi 'Mrs., XlUf Flight Mrs. Con Connie'
nie' Connie' Norr sV Sirs".', Dotty .. Eos er,

Mrs. Doris Brown, Mrs. Eva Bal Bal-cazar.
cazar. Bal-cazar. Mr. ,Nprv Perry, Mrs. Do Dorothy
rothy Dorothy Badger,' Mrs. Viola Him,
Mrs.' Martye Saders, Mrs. Vir Virginia,
ginia, Virginia, Craig, Mr. Helen Murdock,
Mrs." Pearl Coin. Mrs. Sue Viel
and Mrs. Franc -s Berger.
Mrs7PhvliisCardwell and Mrs.

George Kenning served refresh

ments, i i ,

Plana were made for a suk yaki

party f or 4ms mon n s social.
Clivfon Brdst Ctub

The Fort Clayton Off'cers Wives

Bridge Club will meet Tuesday af

ternoon at one -, at the Officers

Club.

Bridge' players should call Mrs.

Jack Morgan, 87 3134, for reserva

lions.

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Fashion Consultant
ViiHLocol Shops
k Miss Marie Panayotti, a fash-

Ion eonsuttan'. representing t h e

Formf t company, has returned to
Panama for ht. third visit.
Beginning onday, she will be begin
gin begin special training courses for
local sales personnel. She will al also
so also vis't. shops in Panama and Co Colon
lon Colon which seli her company's pro pro-due's
due's pro-due's to give customer assistance.
The business visitor plans to
spend Holy Week in the Interior
to observe the religious ceremo ceremonies
nies ceremonies wh'ch have, long interested
her.

BY CAROLYN DESPAIN
The Play. ; "Murder Takes -the

Stage", was a success and loads
of tun to work on. The members

of the cast worked hard lor aev

en weeks and gave a good per

formance.

Cyntma Orr played a temper temperamental
amental temperamental actress who ook de

light in wrecking the hopes of
all those who. knew; her. Tennte

Spuriock was ner aowntroaaen
sister who was : in love with

Ru herford Rivet. Dave Mason
wrote the play the Eileen Deme Deme-rau
rau Deme-rau was producing at her sum

mer theater. Eric L'arsen di directed"
rected" directed" Bruce Spuriock and

Gladys Millei in the play. Jo
Anne Hart and Millie Gibbs were

both -infatuated with Carlos Meg

gersr, Carolyn Despcin sent for
the sherriff, Don Alexander,
when tha murder occurred.
Subert Turbyfill, directed the
members of the drama class in

the comedy-thriller. Mrs. Turby

fill -did an excellent job on the

make-un. :.

On Monday, the new members

for Phi Theta Kappg were mi'
tated in an impressive ceremo

ny. The officers and (members

who did the initatine were Ro

berto Chan, president; Nancy
Bryant, vice president; Barbara
Elich. secretary: Rochelle Head.

treasurer; Brian Cox, council
member: and Gloria Tait and

Anita Schneider. I
Turbyfill is the faculty spon

sor and is the person responsible

for" the

Zone.

chapter that is in the

' Don Alexander, Laureli But Butters,
ters, Butters, Eileen Damerau, Pairicia
Everett, Cesar Kiamco, Frances
Paige, Nancy Shedd, Tennie Spur Spuriock,
iock, Spuriock, and James Whitman re re-cived
cived re-cived theif keys and were made
active members of the Delta O O-mega
mega O-mega Chapter Judge Gu hrie F.
Crowe was the featured speader
at the initation.
: The score oi the CZJC vs. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High School Girls' Basket

ball, game was 38-25. June Bar Barlow,
low, Barlow, captain o' the JC team was

proud of her cohorts when the

game ended, crrolyn Corn, Arlene
Baxter, Joan Lawler, Dorthee
Metzger, Gloria Tait, Cecilia
Wright, and Auristela Schmidt
were the members of the winn winning
ing winning team. They played hard and
brought a roud victory home to
JC.

By LOUIS CASS E US
The biggest bargain available
lo Americans this week end will
be offered on Sunday morning in
thousands of Protestant and Cath Catholic
olic Catholic churches.
It's a bargain in char ty. Each
dollar you con.ribu e will buy at
least $10 worth of food, clothing,
med'eine and other help for needy
families abroad.
This is the Sunday on which all
Catholic churches and many Prot Protestant
estant Protestant denominations conduct
their simultaneous annual appeals
for support of religious r.lief
agencies which are ex ending a d
to some SO million person in 60
coun.ries. :
The Protestant appeal is called

"one great hour of sharing." Its

proceeds v support the work of

Church world service, a coopers

tive agency representing 35 major
denom nations.
Catholics will be asked to give
lo "Lhe bishops' relief fund"
which supports the operations of
Catholic Relief Services.
The th'rd major religious relief

agency Tue United Jewish Ap-

eal began its annual drive for

unds some t'me ago, but will still

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Discreetly Overlook
Sarah's New Spree

LONDON (UPD-Actress Sarah

Churchill's arrest on a drunken drunkenness
ness drunkenness charge vas front page news
today only in Brita n's opposition

newspapers. The pro-government

dailies discreetly passed over it.

Miss Churchill, 44 year old
daughter of Sir Winston, was car

ried into a Liverpool court by
four policemen Thursday and
fined $5.60 for a drunken argu

ment with a taxicab driver. She

was in Liverpool appearing in the
pky "Peter Pan."
. When Miss Churchill was arrest

ed on a similar drunk charge in
Los Angeles i:: January, 1958, it

was banner news on the front
pages of all of Britain's newspa newspapers.
pers. newspapers. Today, most London dailies
buried the story on their inside
pages. Bsme gave it only one
paragraph. Onl the Herald and
the Mirror, the opposition Labor
Party organs, and the Communist
Daily Worker put the story on
the front page. None of the news newspapers
papers newspapers commented editorially.
Neither Sir Winston nor other

members the Churchill family
wbul comment on thi Incident.

be 'accepting contributions this calculable force for good."

week end.
Perform 'ng a traditional church
function on a global Kale, the re religious
ligious religious relief agencies have be become
come become the main channel for "per "person
son "person to person" American aid to
the hungry aid homeless of other
lands.
This year they are distributing
about 1,500,000,000 pounds of food
. .more that 25 million pounds
of clothing. .thousands of ship shipments
ments shipments of vaccines, vitamins and
other medical supplies.
They are providing toys, books,
and other supplies for countless
orphanages. .teachers and train training
ing training materials for vocaional
schools. .resettlement helo for

refugees. Thy are o n e r a 1 1 n e

health cllncs. diixlni wells, and

conducting demonstrations in mod modern
ern modern firming and canning methods.

Because it is conducted with no
motive other than compassion for
fellow human be ngs in need, Ihis
vast private aid program has won
good .ill for America in many
lands where government spon sponsored
sored sponsored aid projects are viewed
wi'h suspicion
President E'senhower recently
described the work of the reli

gious reuer sgvncies as "an in-

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LEAGUE CHAMPS Members of the Fort Kobbtf. Regulars baseball team rush to the mound to boost pitcher Frank Damante to their
i shoulders after he hurled a three-hitter against the Albrook Flyers. The victory clinched the 59 chaionship for theRegulars.

fort Kobbe Regulars Capture Second
Straight PAF Baseball Championship

The Fort Kobbe Regulars won
flieir second consecu ive PAF
Jhampionship this week when
ley defeated the Albrook Flyers
-2 wi h Frank Damanle mirl mirl-lug
lug mirl-lug a neat three hiiter. The Ke Ke-gulars
gulars Ke-gulars won a lot of close ones, but
with superior power and solid
jitchin" from men like Jose Ro Ro-ario
ario Ro-ario and Daman they now
Sold a 3 1-2-ffame lead over the
:iayton Cavaliers with only three
ames remaining.
" They will meet an All-Star nine
fyarch 15, 16 and 17 in the PFA
Baseball Championship Series a!
Balboa Stadium, opposing a team

made up of the league's best
from the other four clubs. It will
le a two-out-of-three-series and
Will wind up baseball on the
Isthmus for another year.
; In Wednesday's contest, a close,
well-played ball game at Beam
?tadium, the Clayton Cavaliers
efeated the Flyers 8-7 to as-

t

sure them of second place. The
Flyers have made a strong at attempt
tempt attempt lately to go over the .500
mark but have been unsuccess unsuccessful.
ful. unsuccessful.
There were two home runs,
both by the Flyers. Roger Zim Zimmerman
merman Zimmerman hit one inside the park
in the sixth and was followed by
Gerald Patrie's, which went over
the fence. Walt Sauerbrun, Ca Cavalier
valier Cavalier centerfielder. was tho
hit ing star in the game,, getting
four hits in five trips, one a long
triple in the fifth. The Cavaliers
had eight runs, 12 hits and four
errors. The Flyers hai seven

runs, eight hits and three mis mis-cues,
cues, mis-cues, tit
Also on Wednesday, the Army

Allan. it. Falcons, who pace out

their victories very thinly, came
through again by taking the A A-mador
mador A-mador Troopers 11-8 at McCar McCar-dell
dell McCar-dell Field.
The Falcons were ahead 9 1 at

one time, but the Troopers began
to chew at the lead and almost
evened the count in the nin(li.
They had a single run in the
sixth, two in the seventh, three
in the eighth and one more in
the ninth but fell three short.

The Falcons put an one of t

best hitting displays this season
in getting their 11 runs on 12
hits and only two errors. The
Troopers had their eight runs on
an even amount of hits and one

miscue.

by
JOE WILLIAMS

By HARRY GRAYSON
ORLANDO, Flaj'CNEA) The
Senatora this season mark the
completion of the first century of
baseball in Washington.- They re refute
fute refute the old wheexe about the
first 100 yean being the hardest.
Things couldn't .be tougher than
they have been baseball-wise in
the nation's capital for the past
five years, k
Attendance dipped below 500,000
in 1955, and has remained static.
The club has no money and no
immediate future because it owns
no more than a half dozen play players
ers players of major league worth. The
training season was well under
way without Calvin Griffith hav having
ing having sold the telecasting rights.
Where President Griffith collect collected
ed collected $330,000 for these privileges
last season, it was expected that
he would have to settle for $200, $200,-000
000 $200,-000 this trip.
dark Griffith Stadium accom accommodates
modates accommodates no more than 28,669 and
is in a bad neighborhood. The gov government
ernment government has donated- land in a
satisfactory locality for a new
park, but it is a bond selling pro proposition
position proposition and up in the air. Grif Griffith
fith Griffith is jawing about concessions,
etc.
HAVING RUINED WASHING
TON as a baseball city, Griffith
wants to take the poor promo promoter's
ter's promoter's out and move the franchise.
He eyed Los Angeles before the
Dodgers struck gold in the golden
west. Last year he wanted to
switch to Minneapolis, but his

fellow owners, fearing antitrust

legislation, wouldn't let him.

Meanwhile, witn bands of play

ers unwanted eisewnere iinisning
dead last three of the last four

years, the club managed to show

profit with a nail dozen mem

bers of the family annually tatt

ing $107,500 in salaries. This is

done with the aid of the telecast telecasting
ing telecasting money, the concessions and
the rental paid by the profes

sional football Redskins.

Washington baseball, is strictly

a family affair, wmcn coum De

what's wrong with it. Griffith's

brothers, Sherry, James K, and
Billy Robertson, run' the farms,

concessions and direct stadium o

Derations, respectively. Griffith s

sister,. Thelma, is at .assistant
treasurer and her husband, Joe
Haynes, the executive vice-presi

dent.

Ossie Bluege, the one-time third

baseman and manger, is tne sec

retary and controller. He has
been with the cluS long enough to
be recognized as a member of the

family.

7:00

60c. -30c. LAST DAY I

TODAY

ST UPENDOUS WEEK-END

ATTRACTION!!

AND AN EXQUISITE NEW JAPANESE STAR.
MIKO TAKA in

1

U -IIUIIM
NTR1CIA OWENS RED BUTTONS -RICARDO UONTALBAH MARTHA SCOTT HIY0SH1 UHEKI- JAMES QARNEI

I HI IITIMKII

mMiikotakki

, WiaiAM GOETZ-

vllOLLYWOOD, Fla. Frustra Frustration
tion Frustration sat leeringly on the leather leather-tanned
tanned leather-tanned brow of the tall, dark-hail)
ed gentleman as he stroke fum fum-ingiy
ingiy fum-ingiy into the locker room of the
shiny, new Diplomat Golf Club
hard by the Atlantic.
"What'd you get, Doc?" his
Memphis pal, Buck White, called
out. I
; "Another lousy 65," snappell
the two- ime winner of the Na

tional Open.
Coming from almost anybody

else this singular lament mightl

have had a phopy, showy immo-1

dest ring, for a 65 over Diplo

mats 7000 yard, shrewdly trap-
pM.'par 71 course, even in a ca casual
sual casual foursome, is a large hunk of

golf.

But Dr. Cary Middlecoff just
turned 38, now in his 12th year

as a professional, nas a outer

fetid-oriwith the course; eight
times he's whipped it with a 65;
thres times he's had a meek bird birdie
ie birdie putl at the long 18th for a 64.
. .and goofed.

he grimaced, towelling his still
boyish .features. "I was just off
the edge of the green witB my
second. An easy chip, a short
puit and I'm home free, but
damned if I don't look up and al almost
most almost miss the chip entirely. I'm
not superstitious but I'm begin beginning
ning beginning to have, some very queer
thoughts about this course."
The vis:or, while responding
with a mannerly, sympathetic
shudder, was much more inter interested
ested interested in his thoughts about New
York's Winged Foot, where the
Open is to be played, come next

June.

"Gosh, I haven't seen that
course in 19 years, and even then.

saw very little of it. Freddie

Haas put me out 2 and 1, in the

first round of the National Ama

teur."
Middlecoff was only 19 .then,
and prof golf the farthest thing
from his mind. In ihe fall he
would be entering college, a den

tal student, bent on following in
his dad's forceps. It would be

seven years before he'd abandon

dicuspids for brasseys. But be before
fore before this was done he would set
a memorable example in sportsmanship.

He had been named to the Walk

er tup team, most coveted acco

lade in international golf. Inform

ed of his selection he immediate

ly declined to the proper author

ities. "I plan to give pro golf

trial. Next winter I will make the
tour in the circumstances I can
no longer consider myself an a-mateur."

Murtaugh: Mays lakesJtOyet

Brpves Cant SmpmMm.,

THE BEST ROMANTIC PICTURE IN YEARS!

as:

Was Ready to, Quit
V
A fellow selectee and close
friend urged him to reconsider.
The cup matches wou be over
long before the winter tour start started,
ed, started, thus there could be no possi possible
ble possible conflict, and, besides, he re remained
mained remained an amateur until he ac actually
tually actually played as a professional.
The appeal fell on unhearing
ears. His conception of the ama amateur
teur amateur idea was based on convic

tion, not convenience.- The Walk

er Cup was contested without
him. Two years later he. was the
Open champion, in '56 he, repeal-

en. By men ne had become one

of the giants of the gamer

in ow showered, and sipping a

t all drink, the doctor was remin

iscing. ."I'm almost ashamed

to admit this. But I was playing

so poorly at Chicago where I was

to win my first Open. I was rea

dy to quit and go back to pulling

teem. v

'Going to the 15th In the first

round 1 was five over, par. This
was a short par 4 hole, with mean
rough on either side and narrow

fairway. I told my caddy that if

I missed the fairway off the lee

to pick up my ball. I was going

to pack ana go home.
"That was one of the great les

sons golf has taught me. I mean,

now easy ana lnaetensmie n is

to quit when, the going gets a lit

tie tough. On that one shot J

grew up."

THERE IS A JOB for everybo

dy and it beats driving a truck

or toiling in a gas station.

The Washington customers are

tired of the Griffiths... however J
and the shabby deal. The. end
could be in ight.
All Gabriel Murphy, the Wash Washington
ington Washington insurance agent who owns

40 per cent of the stock, can do
is i keep1 shouting that the club is
being crassly mishandled, j

Arch McDonald, who broadcast

the games for years, finally
couldn't take Calvin Griffith, on

top of the frightful club. He quit

$30,000 a year lob when Gnf

fith ordered him to suggest to

the paying guests that the Sen Senators
ators Senators were an excellent sideshow
for a family picnic at Clark Grif

fith btadium.

Cookie Lavagettb, who had been

with winners all his baseball life

until he hit Washington. . or it
hit him, currently is suffering In
his second full year as manager.

bavagctto refers all questions a-

bout the personnel to Griffith. He

explains that be is at least gain

ing experience as a manager.

ari

TODAY ENCANTO 35 201

SENSATIONAL DOUBLE I
Susan Hayward in
"I WANT TO LIVE!"
Gary Cooper In
"MAN OF THE WEST"

T0DAY-iKiiA7iiis-TQDA

I' l T I v O L I I

C API TOL
J5c.

20c.

THE WHOLE TRUTH
- Also: -MURDER
BY
CONTRACT
-with Vince Edward3

35c.

20c.

CAT ON A HOT
TIN ROOF
Ellabzeth Taylor
Also:
HANDLE WITH
CARE
with. Dean Jonc

VICTORIA
35c. 20c.
' THE SHADOW
Chapters 1-2-3
WOMAN'S PRISON
It Came From
. Beneath The Sea

35c.

20c.

' BIO COUNTRY
with Gregory Peck
Also:
COP HATER
with Robert Loggle

' By CHESTER L. SMITH
FORT MYERS, ( Fla.. (NEA)
This baseball season poses many
questions and wheh several of
them were wrapped up and pass passed
ed passed to Danny Murtaugh, the Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh Pirates manager bad his
answers.-'"
Will tile Yankees show the ef effects
fects effects of salary hassles and Ca Casey
sey Casey Stengel's blast at the off off-hours
hours off-hours behavior of some of the
help? :
Mutaugh: "These t h i n g s
never help a club. But the
Yankees still like World Series
money. I can't see them cutting
their own throats."
Will this be the year for the
big stars, Stan Musial, Warren
Spahn and Ted Williams, to show
signs of wear and tear?
Murtaugh: "It wouldn't sur surprise
prise surprise me if two of them started
downhill. 'If I had to name them
I'd say Musial and Williams."
Will Willie" Mays and JCickey
Mantle finally take over as the
dominating players in their
leagues?
Murtaugh: "I think they will.
I think Mays has a better chance
than Mantle;. Willie can do every everything
thing everything and this might be the sea season
son season for him to do it."
Can the Braves come up with
a replacement for Red Schoen-

dienst?

Murtaugh: "They might get

one who can handle tne glove

as well as .Schoendienst and hit

for as high an average; But it

would be a miracle if he could
spark the club the way Red did.

Red was just as valuable for
the way he kept the 'club hus hustling
tling hustling on the field as he was mak making
ing making a good stop or getting a hit.
He 'won't be replaced so they
won't miss him." ;
Will, lie Dodgers 'adjust' to
the freakish Coliseum?
Murtaugh: "They'ye had 77
games there now. The hitters
should be familiar with a few
things about the park that used

to bother them and the pitch pitching
ing pitching should be better. They'll
feel more at home than they
did."
Will Orlando Cepeda of the
Giants, the 1958 Rookie of -the-Year,'
have any trouble nqw that

tne league is familiar with him .'

Murtaugh: "He's too sound a

4dMMKito. :run into much trouble,-

A j jwywtn,, ms awnw wouia

have to nave a lot of baa iuck
to go. into a tailspin. That sopho

more jinx doesn't apply to the

good ones4ike him."
Robin Roberts, wit on a fine

comeback last summer. Will he

continue and become a 20-game
winner again?

-. Murtaugh: "It depends on how

strong a club the Phillies put on
the field behind him. They don't
shape up' as being tod rugged
right now. So I hardly think Rob Roberts
erts Roberts will win 20."
Will there be a pennant race
in either lcgue?
Murtaugh; "I idon't know a-

bout that other league, but we'll.

have one in the National: League

You can be sure of that. In our
league you can't stop to sneeze
without being hurt. Yeu have a
bad week and you're likely to be

dead. One winning streak and
you're in the middle of it."

Service Cf ntrTheater$ --TODAy

BALBOA

' Air Conditioned l in
2:30 4:30 V:3Q,. i;Mi.vk

M-6-M

prMtntl In brilliant

"COLOR

REX KAY-

HARRISON -KENDALL!

til,.

JOHN SAXON: t

SANDRA DEE

ANGELA LANSBURY

mi

METMCOLOa

' Also SHOWINU

1 Also SHOWING MONDAY! ''

ir

ft:

4t;

A .4 .1 A

COCO SOLO

?:30 -7:00

ic Paul Newman Joanne Woodward ,:'
'"RALLY ROUND THE FLAG BOYS'

in Cinemascope and Color

DIABLO HTS. Elizabeth. Taylor. James Dean v

t-M-V.W- -Rock Hudson GIANT'l

G A M B O A 4: John Wayne, Janet Leigh

7:00 "JET PILOT In Color

GAT U N , Kedy cLamaW, George NaderE ,V"
2:30 7:08 'THE FEMALE ANIMAL" Sl
: In Cinemascope

c.t,

MARGARITA i( Robert Wagner Dana Wynter
2:30 7:08' Hop? Lang Jeffrey Hunter
,;i i; ,s i "IN LOVE AND WAR"
, -, tn-Cinemascope & Color

PARAISO Clark Gable "ii Burt Lancaster
7:00 "RUN SILENT, RUN DEEP1

SANTA CRUZ
7:00

r Lena Turner Barry Sullivan
"ANOTHER TIME, ANOTHER PLACE

CAMP
7:00

BIERD tAt

Ford, Jack Lemmon

"COWBOY" In Cinemascope & Color

Hit Tralnlnfl Skad
As the doctor matured lev leveled
eled leveled off, so did his game. He nad
rounds of 75, 67, 69, 75 to win his
first Open; in his second, seven
years later, he scored 77, 70, 70;
70. Poise and consistency had re replaced
placed replaced erratic, impulsive, brillian brilliancy.
cy. brilliancy. ,
Two weeks from now, starting
with the St. Petersburg Open, he
goes into competitive training for
Winged Foot. All told, he'll plav
in seven tournaments. Then he'll
spend a week adapting his game
to the Open locale' In Mamaro Mamaro-neck,
neck, Mamaro-neck, N. Y.
"Tommy Armour describes it
as deceptively severe, 1C laud
Harmon (the home pro) calls it
a monstrous hing. Armour smiles

like a noet. Harmon drools liks

a demon. Between the two,
afraid Harmon is closer to
awful truth."

WHERE OTHER MAJOR

LEAGUEclubs have bright pros prospects
pects prospects running all over the place,
Washington has only nine consi

dered promising enough to work
with the so-called varsity and six
of them are pitchers.
' "We could stand a few more
pitchers,' said Lavagetto, point pointing
ing pointing out the recruit at Tinker
Field.
This year's Washington trades
brought Infielders Ronnie Samford
and Reno Bertoia and Outfielder
Jim Delsing from Detroit for Ed Eddie
die Eddie Yost, Rocky Bridges and Neil
Chrisiey. J. W. Porter ; comes
from Cleveland for Shortstop Os

sie Alvarez. Porter has tried

catching, first base and the out outfield.
field. outfield. t
- t's the same old Washington

story more misfits for an outfit

composed of loose oaorts.

You would suspect that the oth

er ciuds, takang little money out
of Washington, would do some something
thing something about a- very sad situation.
Perhaps now that he is presi president
dent president of the American League,
Joe Cronin, who is still another
member of the family, wiH.

I'm

the

MOORE'S HERO?
. NEW YORK (NBA) -- The old

est know person to have iought

professionally was Walter Edger Edger-ton,
ton, Edger-ton, known a "Kentucky ; Rose,
bud," who KO'd an opponent in
1916 at New vYork'f Broadway
Athletic Club. The. Rosebud ; was
63. i r L

MOVING MAN
' CINCINNATI ; (NEA) w Walter
Dropo has been with four major
league teams, the Red Sox, Tig Tig-ers,
ers, Tig-ers, White Sox and. Bow the
Cincinnati Reds.
. I.'.

r

, .1 ...... t .-,.,.(

NO L.OVI AFFAIR' ,Catol
Helss'1 fondles skates f that
brought her fourth straight
,'worW figure skating; title, .'but
the Ozone Park. N. Y..,mls

insists she'll give up the" sport'

ramer man speno ne,r me
collecting souvenirs.

"SEPARATE TABLES

With 7 Academy-Award n ominations
Opens Wednesday at the BELLA VISTA

BMOJftWBsWfli

ft.

Y

; With the appearance of Deborah Kerr,
Rita Hay worth, David NWen, Wendy HUler

ana Burt Lancaster. in Helen-Lancaster s

cannot shake off the allure of the lovely
creature Who has brought him only disgrace.,!

Deborah Kerra Sibyl. w'ea S n. i

sjbr ahaxe tables", wnicn opens ,nr 1 iy, flommatea.Dy nfr muvu, u.j;
Wednesday at the Bella Vista theatre, five and romance-starved who finds i unexpected
. of Hollvwood'a fnffmnnf aUri ".Mend their trn rth mn& understanding in David Nlven,'

K Jirlxe-wlnnlng plcturlaaUon of one of Broad an Army Major who actually Is living a 1it

war s ana xonaon s jeaamg state successes.' of lies pecanse ox ou w -.j,
- Fot Rita Haywerth thta picture provide The conflicts nd problems of these and
' the most exacting dramatic role the star ftfchly drawn characters fathered Jfn.?er
has ever before attempted as art American single roof in. SEPARATE TABLES: are
. divorcee -whose veneer of sleek sophlstlca. dealt with tenderly sympathetically and withy
tion, noise and beauty Is brutally pierced lt humor by Delbert !Mannt the director of f
I j m-1-x. ..ji . n J Wti RlKhf nr irt". )'

Ig to reclaim the man she can neither .lov-j Don't mls this Vgnn drama, vhlch,

1 ow

with or without. Burt Lancaster portrays tha i onens next Wednesday at he Bella VI
object of .Miss' Hayworth's silken, wile,. who'ft'Theatre. 7;tt



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RicirackWSraHed; Entries

'Mi

Jocko

St.

: Mrs.' Delia AcevedoVcJassy Siete f Medio, heir
appareWto the track champicnshipfeft vacant by
Perdularhvfe slated to get his final itfneup race to to-day
day to-day before going after the big inofcey.in the March
15 six f urlonr$7,500 addedFrandsco-Anas Paredes
classic, i my -tpfnl, n
Sietejy Medi will tace' stretchrning Cons Cons-tantino,kpeedy
tantino,kpeedy Cons-tantino,kpeedy Critico and the outclassed Lobo over
seven fifolong foV a $1,000 purse at the President

CriticQt tU of fasUst, horsw

prised pf

am,

one rnue.m

furionn 01 w

eighth i M

on to ui

cat.

IBUIB
haflgfo etf thei-finai
on mlle .ftn30itJ
, tnh fliehforsiiO JaJ

lA I'iiU mi Kia fivorite In

receiving if .utobeBevably ;poor
Jldr from Ivirratedj newcomer. An.
5m SUva if SUvi'i rides ott Cons-
tantino andfla last week aEe
.true yardstick jof his inents as
See riderJ b teould do weU to
Sick his bagi I thef
fhofe, :Vsleekhusmng-,Amad
Credidio replaces Silva aboard
onstantin?. ,.
- o.n-a n earn ahother

JjODO seems .,n,
o:. hiii owner's snare. otJouh

pTac. money ,fiftv
mllio Dario wiU guide this ever
yin Chilean tHrBe;-
! saw terrible rides last

??ZTi.ZZ&l' manaced to eoin

wiseveHood mounts this
weekend He
to ride Critico in today 'J"J;
Venf This more or less wipes out
whatever chance the nara-ruu
Si ChUean iprinteir wm wm-Ring.
Ring. wm-Ring. -n i'"1. rfsj
fenfgefK'yBX
dil upWme tcd another vic-
tory his. long. UStf

The secondary v'attractioii is a
wide oPn s& u?long dash for sec sec-ond
ond sec-ond series 'Jfrffifa ?clt
Usted on the card,
' i... krtam Pared PS ClaS-

ir furiones. tne

is the March 15

handily over

J!atan4a

bluertonm"

j .SvirinM'-ritknv! that he

be thTwinner of lhe .p,500 an an-nuaPreature:
nuaPreature: an-nuaPreature: Yesterday win was
scored in i $730- sprint for, second
series Imported horses.
With Cristian Eebolledo urging

1 i. .

the'Afour'year- old chestnut son of

iTaiinado-Miryart only sufficiently

enough to seep a safe lead m tne
hjomestr?tc, I tae Chilean-b red
KlotieT'$fOfied the finish line fully
one leigth',and jone-half ahead of
Quicklei Don Iiicho, like Quickie
a probable starter in next week's
classic, wound up third three three-quarters
quarters three-quarters of a length behind third
pjacei J
Sicabu wound? up fourth, a neck
behind Don Lucho and Alpina was
last, three-quarters of a length
back of Sicabu.'
- Quidico showed that he has good
speed by racing head and head
with Don "Lucho and Alpina for
the first half mile? then gradually
drew away to score full of run.
His time was a creditable 1:12 45.
Form players had a field day
it nine-f-the--eleven races were
won-by favorites or second choices.
The only; two mUd upsets were
scored by-Mi Locura ($17.20) in
the-second race and Artie Princess
$10.40) in the ninth race
""Ar osnatr leading Jdckey Brau Brau-iio
iio Brau-iio Baeza was the winnihgest rider
with ithfte victories. Promising
apprentice jockey Homero Hidal Hidalgo
go Hidalgo Wa the runnerup with, two tri triumphs
umphs triumphs
The dividends:
First Race
Second Race
1 Ml Lpcura $17.20, $ft.2(J
- 2 Ringside $4.60
.First Double: $44.
Third Free
1 Marcelita $7.80, $2.60
J Fourth' TRace
' 1 Takeaway $3.40, $3.20
2 Napa $5
Quiniela: $16.60
Fifth Race
1 Atomic Sprag $5.80, $2.20
2Doble Fija $2.20
l-HighlSMiinte 5M. $2.80
2Dona Flora $3.20
Seventh Race
1 Germanio $4.80, $3.80
2 Alucinado $5.20
Second Double: $11,40

i lls)Wnem;$2.60, :$2.20
; 2GranCapita$2.40 r '

quiniela: $4.60
Ninth Race
1 Artie Princess $10.40; $3.60
2- Gavilan $4.60
i : One-Two: 29.40
Tenth Race
t-rQuldieo $3.80,' $2.40 ;f

'aWuiwt;$4.ag,

"Eleventh Raefc

lPlatano $2.40, $2.20
' 2 Damajuana $2.40
;v One-Two: $7.40
j l.llt AE m niunsn

south' Send,, tnd. -(nea)-

nugn uevore wm oe tne only
coach held over from Terry
Brennan's regime when Notre
Dame-fltartrapring football prac practice
tice practice here, Apr. 11, under incom incoming
ing incoming fiJoe Kuhacl : . :
; BACK FOR MORE J
N6RMAN, Okla.--(NEA)
Eight Oklahoma gridders injur injured
ed injured last summer and fall were
read .fpsprinf. training duty
after unaergbinl a series of re rehabilitative
habilitative rehabilitative exercises.

M. Horn

. r- J ; -.,1 ft 1 1 I
1st Race Special Imp. 4 fgu Pum 450.00

1 Dofia XHiSif R. 'Cristian lid Xrarm points tuber
2 Blue Paint A. Ycaza 112 Unimpressivt newcomer
3 Ariel Trunjpfit D. Barret 102x -Has shown nothing
4 Ensonbrecida B. Baeza 112 -Best jockjy here
5 Second Cup G. M lord 112 Belter this week
T-iVoltagr: ; -H. HJdalgo ;87x Hopeless case,
7 Edward J a met E. DariclOS -Big disappointment

Pool Closes 10

'4-1
25-1
52
2-1
ioo-i
10:1

2nd Race ,"t" Natives 4

( 2nd RACi;
1 Julie A. Gonzales
2- r-Silver Girl V. Tejada
.3 Bosilopo R. Criifan
4 Silver Sun H. Hdalgo
5 Golden Wonder A. Alfaro
6 Zia J.P. Diaz
7 Folletito J. Talaver
Rabiblanco B. paeza

Fg: Purse $375.00

Of ,THs DOUptE
11 Ran well in last
106x -rGood ear.y speed
118 -Returns 'roa layoff

1Q5.-Will set the tace
113 .-Form indicates
109z -Doesn't seem likely
118 Usually close up
109 Nothing recently

Pool Closes 1:30

31
101
3-2
5-1
5-2
20-1
8-1
4-l

Gu

' .

Ifpnde W

ins Latin American

Bowling

Championship

3rd Race "A" Natives 7 Fas. Purse $500.00 Pool Closes 2:00
1 Titita J. Rodriguez 110 -Lastdoesn't count 2-1
2 Jabalina; A. Ycaza 113 -Was never better 2-1
3 Pancho tape A. Alfaro 108 -Tougher field here 3-1
4Frijoi:to A. Credidio 110 -Could go all the way 5-2

4th Race Non-Winner Natives 4 Purse. $300,00 Pool Closes

QUINIELA

1- Don Smith J .Jimenez 112 -rCount Cufley-English Mary
2- Patsy J. Phillips 108 -Waste of time
3- Dinamita D. Barret 107x -Count, Curley-Identificada
4- Toby R. VasQuez 112 Barretin-Little Lulu
5- Golden Tab V. Tejada 97x -Reportedly improved

2:30

41
5-2
2-1
4- 5
5- 1

5th Race 5th Series Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $500.00 Pool Closes 3:00

1 Palave
2 Maureio
3 Mariman
4 Vespucio

A. Silva 110 -i-Rider eliminates 2-1
H. Hidalgo 103x Powerful jfforMast 3-1
G. Milord 104 Returns from layoff 5-2
G. Sanchez )13 Gets real tes' here 3-2

4th Race, 4th Series Imp, 7 F9S. Purse $450.00
1 1st, RACE QF THI DOUBLE

Pool Closes 3:40

l-Alhajar" A. Alfaro
f2 Teloreb ;' A. Gonzales
3-Empire Cross A. Credidio
,4 Miss Patience D. Madrid
5 Geyser C. Delgado
6 Escardillo A. Ycaza
7 Le Matelo R. Cristian
' 8-Corvlglii B.' Baeza

108 -rDistance may help 3-1
'1W5 ,-4Brief early speed 50-1
108 -Poor recent races ; ' ' 8-1
102x -H)angerous c.ntender 4-1
109x --Could make i here 5-2
110 Good early "speed 3-1
10 Fractious; can win 4-1
116 -Jockey may decide . 5-2

7th Race 3rd Series Imp. 7
2nd RACE

Fgs. Purse $650.00
OF THE DOUBLE

Pool Closes 4:10

1 Michaux. G. Sanchez 110 Got left last two 10-1
2 rSculptor A. Credidio 113 Early speed only 8-1
3 Cheyennf, r R. Cristian 11$ H-Last was poor. 31
4 M. Pedraza G. Milord 105 Hard tobeat Jiere ,. s 2-1
5 Guadalcanal D. Barret lOOx Must go lower EVEN
6 Gazape B. Baeza 113 Mutuels favorite EVEN

8th Race Special Imp.

I Fgs. Purse $450.00
QUINIELA

Pool Closes 4:40

l-CIeroJu" C i.Milord,104l r-Would surplse
'iSlApOM RP'Cristta miorm indicates 1,1
3 Madam Cucu J.P. Diaz" lOlx Distance may help;
4 Tarasca G.' Ramos 97x Rates fair chance
5 Festivar J; Jimenez 114 No. 1 'contender
6 Alamito A. Silva 104 -Should be close up

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

?th Race 2nd Series Imp 4 Fgs.

Purse $750.00 Pool Closes 5:15
TWO

1 Patasol

2 Kihg's Park
3 Ionias Pet
4 Charicleia
5 Mouche
6 Distante
7 Al Justo J,
8 Rosita .Maria

B. Aguirre 113
A. Credidio 105
V. Tejada 97x
G. Milord 110
V. Ortega 113
B. Baeza 112

Rodriguez 110
0,: Bravo 115

Jockeys handicap!
Reportedly improved
Distance to liking
Could score again
Rider handicaps
Jockey should decide
Last doesn't count
Has beaten better

5-1
1 34
10-1
44
5-1
5-2
3-1
3-1

10th Race 1st Serie Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $1,000 Pool Closes 5:40

1 Constantino
2 Siete y Medio
3 Crit co
4 LobO

A. Credido 108 May make It now 5-2
B?Baeza'112 Mutuels favorite, . .' 2-5
'A. Silva 110 Not with this rider .,104
E. Dario 100 Would pay off 50-1

Pool Closes

11th Race-3rd Series 4mp.-7 Fgs. Purse $450.00'

ONE TWO
, t
1 Golazd t). Barret 102x Not good enough
2 ManandoagUa B. Baeza 115 Could get tip again
3 Chacotefo A. Silva 102 Quits without challenge
4 Kadir G. Milord 110 Ran well in last
5 D ocese A. Alfaro 112 Could make it now
6 Behader R. Cristian 110 Rates good chtnee
7 Cervecero H. Hidalgo 109x Early speed only
8 PhiU'pipon A. Credidio 112 In thick of battle

50-1
3-1
8-1
3-1
5-2
5-1
10-1
41

Final Team Standings
1st Gulf pride
2nd Marlboro
3rd .Mercuro ? :
4th- Cerveza Balboa
5th National Radio
6.h Crawford Agencies
7thVblkswagen, tied
7th la Mascots, tied
Presentaion of trophies in the
Latin American School Bowling

League for the' season just com completed
pleted completed were presented on Satur Saturday
day Saturday even ng ai the Albrook N.C.O.
Club. The event marked the close
of one of the mbt interesting sea seasons
sons seasons in .the history of the league.
The Gulfprlde live took first
honors .oven soma, stiff competi competi-tioD;
tioD; competi-tioD; Up for special bows, on the
league winning team were spark
plug and captain, Chdck Beesler,
and Raymiin: -de- la Torr,
the most' improved boWler in the
league. Other members of the
championship Gulfpride team
are: Joe Segura, Marty. Trevinb
and Tele" Vigl. The steady sup support
port support given by tba sponsor with it's
weekly footirg' section helped
keep morale, and the team "hot."
One of the most hotly contested
battles of the season determined
the second place honors. It was a
real "photo-finish" in the last
game of the season Tension ran
h gh as the Marlboro and Mercu Mercu-rio
rio Mercu-rio teams started play in a dead
heat..
TO ad( to the interest, ,the Jew Jewelers
elers Jewelers were one' man Short,. .
but in high spirits. Despite the
slight handicap, the Jewelers took
the first game, by a few ponts,
then took the' second game going
away. Things looked good for the
Jewelers at this point; but, the

Marlboro team was not to be

counted out, anu tne ihsi uucn uai uai-tle
tle uai-tle really got under way.
The Marlboro team kept pace
with the Jewelers.. .mark for mark
strike for strike, spare for spare
...each team bowling in top form.
All attention in' the alley was rf rf-vetted
vetted rf-vetted on this fight to the finish
for second place .still undecid undecided
ed undecided when the last man came up to
roll.
The final count, Marlboro by 30
pins. .and the honors for the
numbers two spot. The jubilant
members 6f the Marlboro team
were Frank Martinez, Julio Go Gomez,
mez, Gomez, Al Taytyr,' Luis Chavez, and
Members, sponsors and suppor suppor-eri
eri suppor-eri of the Latin American School

Bowling League 'are looking for

another top-notch season of inter
esting pTay during the next sea

son play which begins March 25.
So why not-get out and root for
your favorite.

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Resorts
fetter cottages, between Santa
Oars ami Rio Heto. New lew
Phone Balboa I860.
PHILLIPS Oeeantiae Cottages
Santa Clare de P.
Mama i-ISTl Cristobal J-1673.
Houses
'0R HINT: Modern three bed bed-em
em bed-em chalet, two bathrooms,
naid'i room with aerviee. Tel.
I-J170.
FOR RENT: Completely rur rur-ilhed
ilhed rur-ilhed chalet, El Canarejo. Tel.
1-0912.
Commercial Sites
W fOR RENT: Office apace in
.commercial building" located in
f .'-ffnodem business area. For com complete
plete complete information call Panama 3-
1650'.
Brown Coed-Cola
Plans lo Celebrate
Golden Anniversary
The distinction of being one of
the first local products to cele celebrate
brate celebrate a 50th i.nrwersary is claim
ed by Coca-Cola whose '50 years
on the Isthmus will be celebrat celebrated
ed celebrated this month b. the Panama Coca-Cola
Bottling Company.
Executive vice president Joa Joa-,'quin
,'quin Joa-,'quin J. Vallarino, Jr., has an announced
nounced announced a series of events to
mark the anniversary of the pro--duct
Opening the celebrations
'will be a cocktail party this
Wednesday for representatives of
the press and radio. Invitations
also are being issued to members
of commerce and official circles
ident Eric Delvalle
UV WO'" I" , ,
for a luncheon to be held the
following week in El Panama Hil-
t0Employes aisj will observe the
golden anniversary at a dinner
dance at the Panama Golf Club
next Saturday. More than 100 per per-i
i per-i sons are employed m the three
; plants of the bottling company
in Panama City, Chitre and Da-
V'a series of barbecues will be
held later in honor of the 1000-odd
distributors who also form an in
tegral part of tne economic
tribution Coca-Cola bas made to
the Panamaniai commun ty on
its 50 vears of constant growth
paralleling that if the Republic.
Board memters will be on
hand to sreet guests at all func functions.
tions. functions. Thev are: Mr. Eric Delva Delvalle,
lle, Delvalle, preside..!; Harrp Struw Jr.,
vice president; Dr. Harry Eno,
second vice president; Dr. Hor Horace
ace Horace G Foster, treasurer; Raul
Garcia de P a r e d e s. secretary;
Georse Novey, Jr.; Col. Boli Bolivar
var Bolivar Vallarino; Ferdinand Grebien
and Jack Mercer.
vvntprf tn at end from the Lo-
i. c,.i rwnnration a e
, ,7. ct romnnal manag
er. Central American region, ana
Heinz Heubner. tieio repiwrm.
tive.
STARTS REWARD SYSTEM
KARACHI rakistan (UI 1)
The government has taken new
steps to reduce black marketing
with a self-rewarding martiaHaw
regulation. The regulation directs
all Pakistanis to report cases of
black marke'ing, smuggling, brib bribery
ery bribery and hoarding to the nearest
-,. informants mav re-
Live up to half of the fine levied
on the otienaers ury "-r"
OUTBOARD MOTOR
REPAIRS
Call LOWE, S. A.
Balboa Ave. No. 7 Tel. 2-4616
Authorized service for
Johnson, Kvinrude, Mercury,
Went Bend.
LIFE INSURANCE
call j
jim ridge:
Ueneral Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and lnformstion
Tel. Panama 2-0552
MonSay thru Friday
:00 a.m. to 12 ft
2:00 p.m. to StOO
Saturday: f:M a.m. to 12:

;' LONDON (UPI) Buckingham
t" Palace announced Friday night

tha Queen Elizabeth nd her

?jf hu- )autl, the Duke of Edinburgh,

(( win K'.iKi" meir previuuMy-pn-
J' noi'QCf vis1! to West Africa
JJWov. U to Dec. 15.. A ..

Apartments

FOR RENT: A two bedroom
screened apartment, living-dining
room, kitchen, garage, maid's
room with bath, laundry, hot wa water
ter water installation. Near Santuario
Nacional, $90.00. Phone 2 2-0481,
0481, 2-0481, office hours.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment,
living room, dining room, two
bedrooms, maid's room, wash
tubs, garage, hot water, $130.00.
Eutebio A. Morales, "Olga Apart Apartments,"
ments," Apartments," El Cangreio. Enquire
apartment No 2.
FOR RENT: One bedroom apar apar-ment,
ment, apar-ment, living-di'ning room, maid's
room, hot water garage, $75 end
$72. Via Argentina, telephone
3-4994.
FOR RENT: Wonderful two
bedrooms apartment. Camps Ale Ale-grc,
grc, Ale-grc, Cheles Apartments, $135.
Te. 3-7658. f v
Two room apartments for rent
in newly erected building in 1 4th
Street, Rio Abaio (Fourth build building
ing building on the left) $23 and $25
monthly. Apply to Champsuar,
6th Street No. 12. Telephone 2 2-2419.
2419. 2-2419. IN BELLAVISTA Large Two
Bedroom Apt., Dining, Living,
Porch, Balc'fties, Two Bath Bathrooms,
rooms, Bathrooms, Maid's room and Garage
also smaller two Bedroom Apt.
Furnished or Unfurnished. Call
Panama 2-4696.
Rooms
FOR RENT: Furnished room,
stove, refrigerator, double coach,
private bath and entrance. No.
3. 52nd Street. Tel. 3-0638.
FOR RENT: Beautifully fur furnished
nished furnished I a rue and small room in
Bella Vista, Mexico Avenue 69;
near 43rd street. Phone 3-0553.
Elusive Bank Robbe
Again Evades Police
In Stolen Vehicle
wf.i.t "svtt.i.'f ny. rupn
Frank Spren?, the flying bank
somewhere In Western life w ?YorkJ
it he hasn t once again siippeu
through police lines in a stolen
car or plane.
Thp plusivp Sorenz. who has
spent most of his 29 years break breaking
ing breaking out of jail and evading pur pursuing
suing pursuing policemen, was reported
spotted here Thursday in a car
stolen in Bessemer, fa.
Since Monday, when Sprenz fled
a $29,955 holdup of the First Na National
tional National Bank ar Hamilton, Ohio, by
plane, he has been trailed through
Ohio, Pennsylvania and into New
York. '
A proprietor of a hotel ill AI AI-toina,
toina, AI-toina, Pa., found money wrappers
in one of his .wiei rooms weunea weunea-dav
dav weunea-dav after a man of Sprenz' de description
scription description checked out. Police and
FBI agents immediately took up
the chase.
Sprenz is on the FBI's "10 most
.wl' lict fnr a eprips of bold
robberies afid jail breaks wmch
harbor the grudging respecu iu
law enforcement officers.
He is described as a mechanical
genius who is adept at disguises.
v, u-i,r, ,,i nf iail three
He nas j---
times and escaped encirclement
by police twice by .airpiane.
His last break from, jail was in
April 1958 in Akron, Ohio, Two
weeks ago he escaped officers in
Scranton, Pa., in a stolen plane
which he crash-landed in the
a ( fnnlhitls He was be-
II vniiim .... ........ ---
lieved to have ilea in a simen

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LONDON (UPI) Sir Arthur
Morse, chairman of' the British
travel and holidays board, warned
owners of "crumbling" hotels 'o
prurc up aiiri rebuild or they will
lose valuable Imirist business, lie
said V cUirun hniel .standards will
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Automobiles

FOR SALE: 1956 Cadillac 2 2-door
door 2-door $2550. Office 82-3117,
home 84-5216.
FOR SALE: Oldsmobile 1957
Super 88, two door sedan, low
mileage. Excellent condition.
5504-C, Diablo.
FOR SALE OR TRADE: 1957
Buick, four door, hardtop, power
stearing, windows, Dynaflow,
tinted glass. $1950, call 6-206
Gamboa.
FOR SALE: Packard 4 door
ftdan, new brake job complete.
1959 inspected, good buy $200.
Call Balboa 2-3218.
FOR SALE: 1952 Studebaker
Commander, hydramatic, new
battery, good tires, duty paid.
Call Navy 2256.
FOR SALE: Ford "Polarair'' air
conditioner, 9 months old $250.
Albrook 3294 or 6276 (Sgt.
Pina)
AUTOS EISEMAN, S.A. Offers
the best used cars in town.
1958 Ford Fairlane 500, 4DR,
tutone, radio WS Wall tires,
plastic covered upholstery. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition.
1956 Chevrolet Bel Air Hard Top
Coupe tutone, radio, WS Wall
tires, like new.
1955 Ford 4DR, tutone, radio,
WS Wall tires, excellent condi conditions.
tions. conditions. 1955 Plymouth Belvedere, 4DR.
tutone, radio, WS Wall tiret,
Vero good car.
1956 Opel, tutone, 4Door, radio.
1956 Buick HdTop, tutone, ra radio,
dio, radio, WS Wall tires, very good
car.
1953 Pontiac, 4DR, tutone, ra radio.
dio. radio. 1953 Volkswagen, Excellent me mechanical
chanical mechanical condition.
Open all day. Next to doca Cola
Co. Tels: Pma. 2-2616 2-4966.
FOR SALE: 1956 Opel excel excel-Ment
Ment excel-Ment condition, telephone Balboa
3-1310.
FOR SALE Convertible, Mey.,
cury. Montclatr white, with black
top, full power, radio, white walls'
tire, (1955. Cost new $4,800,
Duty paid. Sale price $1,250.01.
Telephone: 3-6121; 3-6943.
FOR SALE: 1955 Buick Road Road-master,
master, Road-master, can be seen at 0774-C,
Williamson Place, Balboa.
FOR SALE 1957 Chevrolet
4-Door' Bel Air Two-Tone -white
wall tires Phone 2-4487.
FOR SALE 1948 Buick conv.
1959 C.Z. Inspected $160.00.
1519-D Akee St. Phone 2 2-1356.
1356. 2-1356. auto, turning up in Hamilton,
Ohio, to rob the bank.
He fled the bank robbery in
stolen car and took an airplane
from a nearby field, flew half
way across Ohio and again disap
peared.
REPORT EXODUS
TOKYO (UPD The Communist
New China news agency Friday
reported a giant exodus of white white-collar
collar white-collar party and government of officials
ficials officials into the farms and factor factories.
ies. factories. The agency said the move
was in line with the party's policy
of "combin ng theory with prac practice
tice practice in leadership."
The New
NIKON
With built-in Universal
Vlewfinrler System
Panama.
FASCIST-' NOT. SLANDEROUS
PARIS (UPI) A Paris court
ruled Tursday the word Fascist
is not slanderous. The court dis dismissed
missed dismissed a suit br5118fg' by the
right-wing magazine Nation Fran Fran-caise
caise Fran-caise against theC o m m u n i s t
Party organ flumanite. The own-
ers of the maeazine claimed Hu
m"iie had sl-ndered them by
icalling, their publication a ".Fas-

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Home Articles

FOR SALE: Used Frigidaire
washing machine and dryer, both
for $125 00, Uupright freezer,
$125.00, qtrs. 144 Albrook.
phone 3190 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: Kerosene SERVEL
refrigerator from $612.00 to
$399.00, good condition. CASA
ADMIRABLE, beside Lottery of office.
fice. office. FOR SALE: FRIGIDAIRE refri refrigerator
gerator refrigerator from $345.00 now in
$260.00. Practically new. We
accept terms. CASA ADMIRA ADMIRABLE,
BLE, ADMIRABLE, beside Lottery office.
h FOR SALE: Leaving country,
Wrought iron diningroom set tablt
glasstop and 8 chairs, China clos closet
et closet with bar, 2 couches, chest of
drawers, boockcases, aircondition
unit, Westinghouse, 9 cubic feet
refrigerator, plants, odds and
ends, kitchen table, shelves,
aluminum bar, 2 wrought iron
chairs, Deustch No. 8, 46th
Street, telephone 3-4745.
FOR SALE: Wrought iron couch
and 2 chairs with cushions, $65;
3-strand Rattan couch with
cushions, $65; Rattan peel cof coffee
fee coffee table, $8; two green buffet buffet-style
style buffet-style light fixtures, never used,
$4 each; telephone stand, $3.
Telephone 3-3909.
FOR SALE: Sacrifice. New
modern white plasii couch.
Chinese carved high chest. Life Lifetime
time Lifetime dishes, (Watertown) Serv Service
ice Service for eight. Set of Golf Clubs
and bag. (Spaulding Jr.). Mis Miscellaneous.
cellaneous. Miscellaneous. Phone 2-3274,
5508-B Diablo 3 to 6 p.m
12 ft. Hotpoint refrigerator, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, $125.00.
Phone Panama 3-6895 days,
nights 3-6435.
FOR SALE: Mahogany bedroom
set mahogany diningroom set,
mahogany livingroom se, chrome
dinette set; aluminum and plas plastic
tic plastic lawn act; Philco automatic
radio-phonograph; 3 electric os oscillating
cillating oscillating fans (new); outboard
motor 10 h p., tabletop radio;
TV table; TV outside antenna;
4-oYawer chest; 3 table lamps.'
Navy Pacific 2277.
FOR SALE: S0f, beJ
matching chair. Very good con condition.
dition. condition. Balboa 2-6371.
Russian Scientists
Discount Radiation
Sickness Dangers
MOSCOW (UPI)-Two Russian
scientists Friday discounted the
widely accepted theory that hu
man space travelers would face
the danger of radiation sickness
Drougnt on by cosmic rays.
S. Vernov, corresponding mem member
ber member of the Academy of Sciences,
and H. Chudakov, master f
physical and mathematical sci sciences,
ences, sciences, said in an article in Prav Prav-da
da Prav-da that apparatus installed in So Soviet
viet Soviet rockets revealed "there is no
special reson to fear radiation
sickness on the part of any livijng
being which might be expected to
make a flight to other planets."
The equipment in the rockets
showed a great number of elec electrons
trons electrons circled the earth at a dis distance
tance distance of up to 35,000 miles,1 but
their energy was, very light

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Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Used SINGER sew sewing
ing sewing machine, pedal, good condi condition
tion condition $60.00; NECCHI automa automatic
tic automatic "Nova" model from $350.00
to $192.00 (we aecept terms).
.CAJA ADMIRABLE beside Lot Lottery
tery Lottery office.
FOR SALE: Underwood type typewriters
writers typewriters (for parts) $5.00; Re Remington
mington Remington 15 inches, $30.00, Un Underwood
derwood Underwood 18 inches $60.00.
CASA ADMIRABLE, beside Lot Lottery
tery Lottery office.
FOR SALE: 2 gas water heaters,
ping pong table, wrought iron
corner table. Tel. Balboa 2-1764.
FOR SALE: Cylinder Coring
bar and homes $250, 220 Vi"
electric hand drill $10, 2 up upholstered
holstered upholstered mahogany arm" chairs
$20 for both, slot machine for
$40, and one for $10, sewing
machine $12, juke box $80. In Information
formation Information phone Balboa 4319.
FOR' SALE: 3 piece sectional
couch, newly reupholstered,
1582-C Calabash St., phone 2 2-3536,
3536, 2-3536, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Bargain prices rugt
in large sixes. Modern bedroom
furniture and many small items,
All in good condition. Tel. 3 3-6775.
6775. 3-6775. FOR SALE: Deluxe mangle
ironer. Used three times, selling1
less than half price paid. Tel.
3-6775.
FOR SALE: Hi-Fi player. Hi-Fi
tape recorder, living room set
with tables, phone 86-5295, Al Albrook.
brook. Albrook. SAVE $70.00. Wilson-Carry
Middlecoff signature irons (2
thru 94 and 4 wood for $135. 00.
4 months old. Phone Panama 3 3-4848
4848 3-4848 or PANAMA 3-7001.
FOR SALE: Piano, Upright
painted ivory $150.00 Gatun 5 5-465.
465. 5-465. FOR SALE: Westinghouse auto automatic
matic automatic washing machine, excel excellent
lent excellent condition, 2104-C, Curundu,
Fhon i 83-3227.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS FOR SALE
Sealed bids, for opening in pub public,
lic, public, will be received until 10:30
A.M., March 13, 1959, in tha
office of Superintendent, Store
house Branch, Balboa, for hard hardware;
ware; hardware; wire and cable; conduits
and fittings; insulation mate material;
rial; material; lighting fixtures; motors;
paints and enamels; radio equip equipment;
ment; equipment; pipe fittings; transform
ers; and Parts for: cranes,
drills, hammers, grinders, jacks,
industrial trucks, power unite
and telephones. Invitation No.
S-59-429 may be obtained from
office of Superintendent, Store Storehouse
house Storehouse Branch, telephone 2-1086.
FOR SALE Complete House Household
hold Household items: 9 ft. Frigidiere,
Furniture used ladies winter
clocking Phone 3-0080.
from. 30,000 to 100,000 electron
volts, the scientists said.
Since the energy electrons were
comparatively small they could
be absorbed by thin layers of
matter, the Russians said, which
would give adequate prfttection
against the harmful effects of rad radiation.
iation. radiation. ALGIERS, Algeria (UPI) Al Algerian
gerian Algerian rebel losses rose to 864
dead or wounded during the past
week of the Algerian war, French
military headquarters said today.

Real .Estate

FOR SALE: Lota 500 and 1.000
meters, in the Nueve Hipodrome
. Urbanization, across the Remoej
Racetrack. Aft lots with street
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBiraett.
Tel. 4-0976.
FOR SALE: Lot 1,066 equar
meters In. the best location of
La Cresta, situated between "V
Street and new street. For infor information
mation information pleas call Tel. 2-2170
from 8 a.m. to 12 noon and from
2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: 5000 M2 land,
mile 1 6 Trans-Isthmian Highway,
deep well and improvements,
85c. Tel. Balboa 2-3753.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 15 feet fiberglasg
boat, motor trailer, fully equip equipped.
ped. equipped. Phone 83-3244,
Boat. Armor, Resin and fiberglass.
We sell plans, kits and material
for building boats. ABERNATHY.
New 18 ft. 86 inch beam Cabin
Cruiser, $585.00, unpainted.
Also 1 6 ft. 78 inch beam runa runabout
bout runabout and fishing boat, $350.00.
We build, repair and fiberglass
boats. ABERNATHY.
Wanted 2 Evinrude ar lohnson
35 h.p. motors. We buy. sell
and trade. ABERNATHY, across
side street Panama Hotel. Phone
3-6895 3-0264.
FOR SALE: 18' cabin crusier,
trailer, all accessories, 25 h.p.
motor, remote controls, all per perfect
fect perfect condition. $700. Call Clay Clayton
ton Clayton 6213.
FOR SALE: 16 Vi inboard boat
$1500. Saul Alvarado. 90th
Street East, Tel. 3-3887,
Lessons
SPANISH COURSE T,
UNIVERSITY '
Spanish course for English-speak-ing
people, at University of Pa
nama from March 9 topri 23,
Classes In the morning and even evening
ing evening on Monday, Wednesday and;
Thursday. Morning Students: be beginners
ginners beginners (only) from 9 ta 10Y
Evening Students; Beginners: 5: 5:-30;
30; 5:-30; Intermediate: 6:30; Advanc Advanced
ed Advanced 7:30. Registration) at Secre Secretary's
tary's Secretary's office.
AROUND
W
While the National Guard Chief
moved last wee)c to quell a possi possible
ble possible uprising in the ranks, top U.S.
officials in Panama met in Wash Washington
ington Washington for a pow-wow of the in
creasingly complex situation neat neat-about.
about. neat-about. Despite all this, what seems to
worry the citizens ot :ne ana
mpre than any other single lactor
is the Single Wage deal, which so
r. merit svstem and all seems
lo hold most of the employes in ai
state of uneasiness.
This much we sayr regardless
of what may be the overtures and
promises of better days to come
a disatisfied worker cannot give
his best efforts.
Friend Alfonso Mvrie took off
for Costa Rica and a two-week va vacation
cation vacation last Tuesday.
The popular Mr. Myne said De-
fore leaving that he mtends to
have a real gone time in tne iana
of the Ticos. ,
The Commissary Group conti continued
nued continued this week with the count of
votes for the ninth anniversary
celebration of the club which is
slated to terminate May 16 with
an anniversary ball.
All the way Stateside congratu congratulations
lations congratulations went out to Miss Claudia
Samuels on the occasion of her
birthday anniversary..
When Frank Walters, L.R.MS,
of London appears in his first of
several recitals on the istnmus it
will mark his return here after
numerous years of study abroad.
But the beauty of the whole
Isthmian trip of the .young musi musician
cian musician is that his concerts will be to
contribute to a very worthy cause
of helping Desmond Daniels a
young man who Is presently at attending
tending attending Huston-Tillosoh College, In
Austin, Texas, on a voice scholar
ship.
The new Mavnr alone With the
equally-new city Council are so far
doing a real up heads job, to re restore
store restore the lost prestige of the city
government. vY::J': t '.
The popular LollWPatifio at the
head of the Municipality has ; so
far presented a few worthwhile
project that ahould be ot some
help tq the folks in the eapital.
What would you think of a head headline
line headline something like this? j Boxer
weeps, and wails after referee de decides
cides decides he hat' had" enough." ... It
would be funny if it were not ac actually
tually actually true,' along with a generous

IPs8ffioiWffff6ii'l

WANTED: Publicity Director,
male er female candidates must'
be completely bilingual,: have ex experience
perience experience in Public Relations,
Journalism and Publicity, good
social relations, absolutely neces necessary.
sary. necessary. SERVICIOS Y COLOCA COLOCA-CIONES
CIONES COLOCA-CIONES 3-7028 Camera de Ce Ce-,
, Ce-, mercio No. 9, see Mr, Levy
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER MA". DIABLO
BOX 121 1. CRISTOBAL, CZ.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
Balboa Church of God. Headquart Headquarters
ers Headquarters Cleveland, Tenneessee, wel welcome
come welcome yott to services held in tha
Rebecca and I.O.O.F. Hall, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa C. Z. Located on Balboa
Road across from tha Amador
turnoff. Pastor C. W. Wallace.
Phone Coeoli 3035..
Dogs
FOR SALE: A.K.C. registered
Boxer pups. Call Navy after 5:3 Q
p.m.
FOR SALE: Two AKC purebred
B os tan Bull Terrier puppies,
'even Weeks, one mala, ana fe female.
male. female. Come prepared to convince
me you would be good owner.
Burnham, Los : Riot,' Phone 2 2-1654
1654 2-1654 for appointment Saturday
or Sunday.
Police Crack Down
On Mom's Teenage
Call Girl Ring
WICHITA, Kan. (UPD-Police
cracked dowtt Friday on a 17-
year-old mother's teenage call
girl ring that Catered to men
picked up in taverns and drug
stores for $5 a. date.
Tht ritigleader, .Mrft Tern Con Con-ver
ver Con-ver tnofter&iVyeaiDl8 child,
told Judge ?John.r NStiethe ar arranged
ranged arranged 'dates" for 2J girls rang ranging
ing ranging in age from 15 to 17 years.
She said she received "percent "percentage"
age" "percentage" kickback.
Another 17-year-old girl was ar arrested
rested arrested with tiiA Villi nix .. mnrhiw but
her name was not disclosed. Both
admitted prostitution but were
charged only with delinquency be because
cause because of their ages.
TOWN
TCM
o
heaving of chairs and bottles.
lhat is exactly what happened
last Sunday at the Macarena.
when Francis lost by a TKQ.
We do not believe that the third
man in the ring ought to be told
what to do in the roped off square,
but his decisions sould not be ac accompanied
companied accompanied by such near riot si situations
tuations situations as- last Sunday.
Vacationing in Panama after
coming in time for the" wedding of
her daughter Mrs. Lucille Elling Ellington
ton Ellington plans to be;,around for the
next several weeks, before return returning
ing returning to home in the Big Apple.
Officers 'of the Carnation Danc Dancing
ing Dancing Club installed last week were
V. Lucas, prexy; Mrs: D. Baxter,
vicp pres; Mrs. M, Brown, secreta secretary;
ry; secretary; Mrs. E. Dunn, treas; Mrs. H.
Lucas, chairlady: Mrs Malcolm,
asst. chairlady;, Mrs. Elling Ellington,
ton, Ellington, directress. C. Meyers, C. Mus-

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Police Officer of police Station.
, F0R RESErlVATlONS CALLr

Mr. POUY JRAIU
i.'-2-1819"! f

BALBOA POLICE STATION

,0NLV if DAYS LEFT

JR. ACCOUNTANT WANTED
Position offered by Americas)
Firm operating t in Colon Free
Zona to person with accounting
. training and experience. Apply
in writing to: Junior Accountant
P.O. Box 536. Colon, R.P.

SERVICES
TELEVISION SERVICE :
TV, Radios, Hi.Fi : Transited
specialist. We service all makes
and models. We don't pretend ta
guarantee our work. We guar guarantee
antee guarantee it. '..
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, tWH
Avn. 18-20. Tel. 21 905.
: TV SERVICES
For tetter Home Servica, Alwayg
Raly on j' ;
U.S. TELEVISION.
Phone 3-7607 Panama, Servica
from :00 a.m. ta 10:00 a,m.
Domestic Employment
WANTED: Cool, with refer,
ences. Appy house No. 501, 4th
St. Lat Cumbres, R.P. Saturday
and Sunday. B. H. Schmitr.
Wanted to Buy1
WANTED: Boys 24" er 26"
bike. Tel. Balboa 4319.
WANTED: New far uiad eta-
tionary electric hoist.' 3 ten ca capacity
pacity capacity "ELGA", Tel. 3-1650.
WANTED
American ceupte wishes lie.1 tent
house with two or three bed
rooms, unfurnished, in good res residential
idential residential sector. Phong Hotel II
Panama, room 515.
Dutch couple without cfiiloVeni
; desires email furnished ; opart'
ment for, two or hre. months.
Cell Arens, Hotel Tropicana 2-
sa, trustees, Mrs, A. (SranttHif (SranttHif-manager;'
manager;' (SranttHif-manager;' J. Brittb, asst. business
manager; MesdamesM. Grant, A.
Graham, A. Cox, and E. Tull
comprise the committee, and
Messrs: C. Sampson, R, Blades,
C. Cox and Mrs. C. Dunn were
named supervisors.
The group is planning to resume
its square dance activities mighty
cftnn
Not so long ago one of the most
used slang expressions was 'the
most." Well gates, that's what we
have heard said about Puerto Cai Cai-mito.
mito. Cai-mito. And if that is so, we are begin beginning
ning beginning to wonder just how Thanjr
busses will comprise the Club AI AI-taniira
taniira AI-taniira caravan to the interior en
April 5.
Anniversaries whether thay hap.
pn to be of birth or otherwise are
usually cause for rejoicing, espe especially
cially especially when the years already
spent can be looked at in retro
spect with a certain degree of con
tentment.
GRIN AND BEAR IT: "A man
said to his friend, 'You Know,
when I was a kid I used to believe
that Sodom and Gomorrah were
man and wife." His friend an answered,
swered, answered, "You've got nothing on
me. I thought Epistles were the
wives of the Apostles."
THOUGHT FOR TODAY: Art is
not an end in itself,' but a meani
of addressing humanity. ;
. M, P. MOUSSORGSKY.
1, Mrt, EDNA HOWEftTH
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SUKD1T; MARCH t; M5 ? J 1

THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
PAG,JIM!
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QDDuTldDil S
menca
By MARGIE ROTH ROCK

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Thesp

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fans Spring mousetrap Mystery

ouse Tomorrow 'Evening

' Thrfllins, suspgnsefui theater
comer to thei Isthnlus tomorrow
night -; when the Theatre GuiW
resents- Atatha. Christie'i ."Tie
Mousetrap" at the Ancon P'a' P'a'-housVfor
housVfor P'a'-housVfor -i week's' tun under tae
direction of Gene Simpson.
: Written by the' famous1 "author
of Witness for the Prosecution,1'
, "The Moutrap'i''-'Mllingl
absorbing masterpieceof suspense
that big broken all 1Qx-offke rec records
ords records Of the-' London stage. Since
it is still playing to capacity au audiences,
diences, audiences, it is a foregone conclu conclu-lion
lion conclu-lion that, it will also break the
lone:run( records of the. American

stage, new by "uta with, Fath Father"
er" Father" and "Tobacco Road."
From We foment ,the curtains
part gonial pitch-black .jftaae, .and
-- th audience heart; tno eerie whis whis-...
... whis-... tlirif of "Three Blind Mire? pre preceding
ceding preceding the bloodcurdling scream
p Of a. dying woman; Miss Christie
proceeds' with an artfully deyel-
' oped- plot that gradually reveals

the connection between the, tune,
tKe4mouSe. and' a oicturfesdue nai

lery ; ctf .guests at MbnksweB Ma Ma-nor'.'
nor'.' Ma-nor'.' Ad no one: Is it better hand

, than Agatha Christie at creating a
constantly mounting "excitement

until jthe climax brings supreme

JomrMayles heads the cast ns
Detective Sergeant Trotter. David
Newman and JShirley, Ann Meyer
are-the young couple who arc
startng euguesthouaa atA Monks Monks-'welLJttanorv
'welLJttanorv Monks-'welLJttanorv jwhera-all the action
take' place, r Their 'peculiar
guests,, any one of whom could
well be the murderer, are Virgi

nia jvacvuim L,ynaa ueyer, Uam
Hull, Roy Glickenhaus, and Bri Brian
an Brian Cox. Which of these eight
' cljarc.is JhB.jguytauone wUl
fiP .IWX udiencef. guessing.
Catsy Tayror has designed an
attractive staee settinp. whirh

has been constructed by Warner

Wf. aQVitlt!f James Mar-

JS.euy anaGraca MacViftia. j.

in cnarfie of costumes. Vcm u

.brey is stage manager, and Bill
, Kirklanid is handling the lights.
Stage properties are in the hands
of Julia Meyer and Ann Harvey.
Lpu' Ann Henderson will super supervise
vise supervise make-up. Virginia Roberts is
the sWipt'-'as'sistant- 'nd Rofa
, Jongs iljtf'-chafg'eflf the" pro?
gram;
Ticket reservations may be ob ob-:
: ob-: tained by calling Mrs. Mary 2m 2m-Uw
Uw 2m-Uw at Balboa 4205 between the
hours of 10:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m
only.

. Baekind86l, really good kid
. gloves Ost $L50 a pa'r and ladies
; were complaining about glove
incest- ?
.-; ? yu wear high heels all day,
... shift, to flat-tieeled' slippers' when
4 .. you get tome at fiifeht; it's a rest
. ;for your feet and legs.
. -Mois green and turquoise may
seem a surprising color combin combin-Jtion
Jtion combin-Jtion i but they're lovely together.
I You II see them in many fashion
... combinations this spring.
, American" women do not have
-: the European attitude loward jew jew-elry;
elry; jew-elry; Even chio women here
if y costume jewelry. But in
' buying' any Piece of jewelry, cos costume
tume costume or real,1 always buy the ve ve-ryhesttan
ryhesttan ve-ryhesttan afford.
Th "belovec' shirtwaist dress s
wck With us for spring. But .this
year, it has ; a" "aised WafstKne.

lfoiie li fashion 'olor you'll see
Jot of this spring. It's exactlv
what the na rar indicates : the
shade of bleached bone.
, If y4ute-ncy-er on Sstel or
tintetj stdekinf beforeS thi isj the
spr, ng to- starf There wiB be more
rnlir In ihiwi than u-

and stockings will match up.
Nothing to pick up the spirits
on a rainy sprlmt day like an urn urn-,i
,i urn-,i brella that's a flash of color.. Try
' one in turquoise with-, a, gold hand hand-;
; hand-; la. Or a SDrinB iflbwter.''bafiit inivk

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Piles IlurP You?
Ch nliw ur- Wlthou't .trtrln v
1-Vf.. ",Jlf. PU ml.eriel t way i
K.J-T.?',, ".mbrn and aJlar piiJ

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Uxecord.wnow
12:30 p.m. j
HOGTYCN
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THE QUESTIONING Detective Sergeant JroUer (John. Mayles),; left, .plies information from
vMajor wEetcali (Slam Hull) and Mrs. Boyle (Vir ginia McDuff), both prime suspects in the mysteri mysterious
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FRIENDSHIP The uninvited guest, Mr. Paravi cini (Roy Glickehhaus), makes extravagant over-

tureslto; bis hostess, Mrs. Ralston (Shirley Ann Meyer),
less-happy about the situation than he appears.

Mr.' Ralston (David Newman), right, is

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Ever see a red-riaird angpl with llvr wlnj?
Check thr dispensary at Albrook Air Fores Bass. Of
:ourse,.8he may not b in. Shs files sometiines.
- In less ethereal parlance, the "angel" is Capt. Ruth
vans, Air Force flight nurse and the only woman on active
nilitary duty on the Isthmus. Since she was assigned here
just a little over two years ago, her silver wings, with the

assist of Air Force planes, have flown her to remote spots
like Jaque near the Colombian boi'der, to nearly every

country in Latin America and even dropped her in the river
for a stint in jungle survival.

Captain Evans has been train

ed to handle a newborn baby or

an elderly cardiac case with e-

qual capability. She is known as

a real sucnier ior ner pruiussiun,

noint .for which many an inno-

culated patient is well aware.

woen sue leave me isuuuus isuuuus-in
in isuuuus-in June for her new assignment

at Travis Air Force Base, Calu,

It's easy for a woman to con

fuse being a good housewife

with being a good wife.

But any man could tell her that

there's a world of difference.

A good housewife keeps her

home neat and tidy, cooks gooa

and nourishing meals, manages

money well, and is n efficient

manager of ner time ana energy.
But many a woman who can

claim to be a top notch housewife

is actually an indifferent wile.

She may lack the sympathetic

understanding that her husband
needs from her. She may. be so

lacking In gaiety and a sense ol

humor that life with her is real

and earnest, but not much fun.

She may lack the tact needed

to soothe a man s ego when he

meets- defeat.

She may be a dull companion.
She may lack any interest in her
husband's work regarding it as
nothing more than the way he
earns nis pay check
She may be standoffish so that
his friends never feel really com comfortable
fortable comfortable in their home."
She may be such a stickler for
routine that she makes life bor boring
ing boring for both of them.
She may be such a perfection
1st that she's a shrew.
A good housew fe ean pack a
lot ot qualities that make a worn-

an a'ooawfe: v But too .many

wives don't realize that.
They are perfectly sure that
they are good wives because they
meet all the requirements for a
good housekeeper.

Cantata Evans vill carry with

her memories W the taste of

camofire-broiled iguana, inquisi

tive faces of children who bad

never seen red hair before, or re

mote places of filth and poverty,
of the exotic bea'ity of tropical

scenery.

With another flight nurse for

merly assigned to the Caribbean

Air Command, Captain tvans in
vaded the male supremacy of the
Jungle Warfare Training Center,

tromp through dense, mountain
with'-ur she says, any special

areas and managed to surv;ve.

treatment because of her, sex.
The experience was not only an
adventure for 1he nurses, but

their attendance also added some

innovations to an otherwise rou routine
tine routine outing for the instructors.

Like finding lace-trimmed un

mentionables on the laundry line

of the make-shift lean-to.

Captain Evans considers the
jungle survival training a valua

ble lesson. "It made me lose my
fear of the jungle. Now I know

hew to survive by finding food

protecting myself from snakes
and bugs, and find my way out,"

she said.
The flight nurse formerly war

assigned to Parks Air Force

Base, Calif., where she special

ed in psychiatric nursing, her

preference. During her 13 year

military career, she also has

served at Maxwell- (Ala.) Air

Force Base, at Fort Logan, Colo

and Santa Ana, Calif. For two

years she was supervisor of me
operating room at the Sweetwa

ter, Tex., hospltsi.
Operating but of Albrook; she
has flown with medical teams lo
U.S. missions throughout Latin A A-merica.
merica. A-merica. Immunizations are given,
the sick are cared for and if nec necessary,
essary, necessary, evacuated for hospitaliza hospitalization.
tion. hospitalization. Even as a little girl in Texas,
Ruth wanted to be a nurse. But
her mother, Mrs. Myra Lee Ske Ske-wes,
wes, Ske-wes, now of Dallas, encouraged
Ruth and her sister along aesthe aesthetic,
tic, aesthetic, rather than anaesthetic lines.
They studied ballet and often per-

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CAPT. RUTH EVANS

formed with theater groups in the
area.
Ruth, however, never lost sight
of her ambition. She received
her nurse's traming at Baptist
Hospi'al in Birmingham, then
.joined the Air Force., In 1952 she
was selected for flight nurses
training at Gunter Air Force
Base, Ala. The comprehensive
course prepared heV for emergen emergency
cy emergency use of oxygen therapy, surge surgery,
ry, surgery, and even treatment of pa patients
tients patients affected by atomic radiation.

Service as a flight nurse, the
school emphasized, requires a
willingness, to serve under ad adverse,
verse, adverse, conditions. She must have
a sincere interest in flying secon secondary
dary secondary to only one thing her deep
interest in nursing.
The lady Air Force captain is
one of nursing's best public, rela relations
tions relations agents. She loves her pro profession
fession profession and feels Jbe deep saiia saiia-f
f saiia-f aCtion, ofr fcjKiilgi sh has- te!p te!p-ed
ed te!p-ed others to' regain their health,
both physical and mental.
"I feel that God meant me to
be a nurse," she states with con con-vic'ion.
vic'ion. con-vic'ion. "I love it."

-.iff.

Captain Evans, like mafiyf serv servicemen
icemen servicemen and women, found, that
this overseas assignmenttSettfflier
away from home and jiojfS"es
In her case, however, it meant
leaving her civilian husbaed, Leo Leonard
nard Leonard Evans, a sales reprwfeia
tive of Oakland, Calif. In spite of
the distance, they have managed
to see each other at leastevery
six months during her tedE-Aere.
She makes her "home"'away
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MURDER

' XIX
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!' HIS lean face was haggard and
his; eyes were dull and tired tired-looking.
looking. tired-looking. "Sit down, Chief," I
said. "Have some coffee."
' He shook his head wearily.
Tvfe got to relieve my deputy. I
;left -Gus on the desk ap-' I've got
i only one man on patrol. Richard,
' my other patrolman, is still sick.'
- 'How long do you intend to
!ride herd on Howell?"
He lifted his spare shoulders
J beneath the neat blup coat. "II
depends. I want to talk to him
tow. Do you think he'll be in
shape?"
; "He'll have a wfcked hangover,
but he should be able to talk

sense'. Do you milnd if I go witn

j you?"
! "Glad to

'"Come on

have you," he said.

I left the table, paid

By Robert Martin

standard police .38, and put it
in a coat pocket. -"Thanks," he
said again as the deputy moved
away. Then he knocked briskly
on the door.
A muffled voice said, "Who is
it?"
"Chief Campbell and Ben Bennett."
nett." Bennett." Hugo Howell looked bad. He
was still wearing the same
clothes and he hadn't shaved.
His fat face was puffy and flush flushed,
ed, flushed, his eyes red and watery. He
stared at uf blearily. and then
spoke in his thick, rasping voice
"Come in. I was just getting up
Howell motioned us to chairs, sat
down on the rumpled bed and
gave us a bewildered look.
"What's going on?" he asked
plaintively. "This ain't my room.
I had a bottle of rye and 1 want wanted
ed wanted a drink, but it's gone." He

waved a hand at th. closet. "And

my check 'and followed him "Pithem clothes ain't mine."

the stairs to tne seconu tioor.

-said to the deputy, "Anytmng
JJuppen, Jake?"
''Nope. Some of the roomers
I tourists got curious, but I didn't
.'tell 'em anything." He nodded
"at me. 'This guy came in around
a quarter after two."
I Th chief shot me a quick
glance. Then he spoke to the
deputy. 'Thanks. Jake. I'll take
Mve now. Turn in your time to
Gub. If I need you again, I'll

call.?

i,

'Thev are A m b r o s e's," the

chief said quietly. "You're in his
room, Mr. Howell.'

1 said, Maybe you'd like same
colfee or something to eat?" Aft After
er After all, he was my client, even'
though I disliked him and Im

probably couldn't pay me.
He shuddered.

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Dedicated To Zip Zierten .

10th Annual Balboa, Relays
Scheduled Friday Saturday
The 10th Annual Balboa Relays vill be held this coming -Friday arid Saturday
nights in Balboa Stadium with athletes from the Elementary.'Junior High, High Schools,
Armed Forces, and the Athletic Club, runn ing, jumping and throwing against each oth other
er other in a 24-event program.
The relays are sponsored by the Student Association of Balboa High School and
this year are under the direction of Ross A nderson, member and supervisor of the
school's physical education staff. ' v-'
The relays were originally conceived by John Fawcett, now principal of Fort Kob Kob-be
be Kob-be Elementary School, and were directed by him each year except for 195 and this
year's 10th Annual Relays. j

SARA WHITNER, elected Queen
of the 10th annual Balboa Relays
by members of the Balboa High
School track team.

In its Original form, the Relays
were a one lay affair in 1950
through 1955.
Because of the large interest
and number of entries, the .Re .Relays
lays .Relays became a two day meet in
1956, and has held to this type of
Relays. i
This year th 1959 Balboa Ra Ra-lyi
lyi Ra-lyi pays tribute ot its honora honorary
ry honorary reforot, Harold J. Ziorttn,
well-known throughout the Zono
as an educator and sportsman.

Zierten attended Bradley Univer

sity in Peoria.' 111., from which
he graduated in 1924.. During his

years at Bradley, he was active in I boa: High School,
cknnl tMrti 11a nrs mamhor V Dnrinp his SO ve

school sports, fie was a member

of Bradley's football, track, and
basketball varsity squads. He was
president of the lettermen's club
and a manager for the baseball
team. He alsoihas the honor of

being a member of the Hall of
Fame in the Athletic' Field House
at Bradley. i

. Zip, to all his friends, ariv ariv-ed
ed ariv-ed In the Canal Zone Sept. 14,

1929, to oin the faculty of Bat.

Al;hope you won't want me

'Of-guys from Buffalo signed up
for a trip to the refs th'- morn
ing. .Don't know when I'll get
back in, but from the eats and
iliquor they stashed aboard we'll
be' -gone a week'."
; HjS' took the gun from his
waistband amd handed it to tne
jchie- butt first. "Here's your
Siarflware, Orville."
, The chief took the gun, a
t

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opened
into a haven
from hell
and the girl
, cam with

vthe key.

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CHIB;F CAMPBELL said grave gravely,
ly, gravely, 'Mr Howell, I want you to
try and remember what happen happened
ed happened last night. It seems that you
and your friend, Mr. Lott, got
your rooms mixed. You went to
bed here, and he slept in your
room, next door, and was muder muder-ed
ed muder-ed in his sleep. We tried to tell
you about it last night, but vou
were in ah no condition."
Howell stared at us dumbly.
"Murdered? Ambrose murder
ed. .?"

"Yes," the chief said. "We
think Mr. Bennett and I that
you were the intended victim.
Mr. Lott was in your bed in vour
room, and in the darkness the
killer thought it was you. He
did it with an ice pick."
Hugo Howell stared at the
chief.

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THE chief said kindly, 'Mr.
Howell, I don't wish to frighten
you, but your life may be in dan danger.
ger. danger. I've had a man outside your
door all night. It will help if

you can tell us what you remem-

oer, alter you and Mr. Lott left
the bar."
Howell squeezed his eves shut

and leaned forward, his hands on

his knees. "It's hazy. I remem remember
ber remember being in the bar, and that
snooty oartender, and my boy."
He looked at the ,b4e44'Vai he
there?" sfi4&wSJ-''.
"Yes," C a m p 6 l rsaid "He
wanted to talk to you. but vou

were pretty rough on him."
Howell sighed heavily. "I was
really stinko, huh? I gotta stop,
but lately I've been so worried."
He nodded at me. "He can tell
you about it." He went on "Ail
I remember is -cme and Ambrose
coming up the stairs. He went
into a room and I just opened
the next door and fell on a bed.
That's the last I remember." v
"Do you remember that vwe
woke you up and tried to talk to
you?"
"Nope," Howell 'said dismally.
"I don't remember that. But I
had dreams, bad dreams, about
my wife she's dead now and
my boy, Wayne." He stared at
Campbell, a wild glint in- his
bloodshot eyes. "Who who blood bloodshot
shot bloodshot eyes. "Who who killed Am Ambrose?
brose? Ambrose? Why?"

'We don't know," the chief

said, but since you were the
one he wanted to kill, we hoped
you could help us. Do you have

any enemies? Maybe somebody
from Detroit who followed you
here? Somebody who had reason

to kill you?

"Don't talk like that. I've

made enemies, sure. Any man in
business makes enemies, but no

body who d want to. ."

kou and jar. Lott were

friends?

'Sure. Oh, we argeued a lot,
about politics, bsseball, almost

anything. Amborse was a great
arguer, but we was friends. He

worked for me until I sold the

shop. He was m bookkeeper

He was here for a little vacation

and we just happened to meet
XX

I FOLLOWED Chief CamDbell

into the hall, leaving the door

ajar. "What do you think?" the

chief asked in a low voice

"Should I keep a man on him?'

I sighed. "Look, Chief, he's my

responsibhty, whether I like it

or not. I U keeD an eve on him

uood. Hes in your hands,

nennen. i minK you realize"
"I realize," I said sharply.

homebody, somewhere, wants

Howell dead."

He waved a hand wearily and
his tall form disaoceared Hnwn

the stairs I went back intn r.h

room. Howell, who was still sit sitting
ting sitting on the bed, looked up at me
and said pleadingly, "Bennett, I
need a drink bad. There's some
whisky in my room."
"Your room is locked police
orders." I picked up the phone,
called the desk and asked that a
bottle of rye be sent up, along
with a pot, of black coffee aud
some buttered toast.
"Skip th'e coffee and toast,"
Howell said. "Just the rye."
"It'll do you good." I sat down

opposite him. "Now. listen; don't

leave tms room unless I'm wfh
you. Keep your door locked. I'm

responsible for you at least for
today. You heard what Chief

1959 BALBOA HIGH SCHOOL track team, out
win in the Balboa Relays.

io spoil the Athletic. Club' try for a third straight

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BILL GIBSON, lone CZ Junior
College entry in this year's, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Relays and last year's discus
champion .shows the form he
hopes will cop him the broad
jump title Saturday night.

J

KEN FULLERTON, Athletic
Club, is not big in the eyes of fel fellow
low fellow pole vaulters.

RAY NICKISHER, warming up

(for the discus throw, will be an
Athletic Club big gun in the field
i events.

During his 30 years en the Zone

he has been active, in the sports

world both as an instructor ana
arbitrator. .,
. He coached baseball and bas basketball
ketball basketball for Balboa High School
from 1530 to 1935.
From 1937 "to 1947 he was an
League, and also served as an
umpire in the Isthmian Baseb.aU
umpire in the 1936 Latin Ameri American
can American Olympics.
He was an official at basketball
games for both the Army and Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Leagues from 1930 to

1938.

Zierten plant to retire Sept.
30 of this year. He has no defi definite
nite definite plant for the future but in
tondt to do a lot 'ef traveling
before he settles down.
Regardless of what he .does or
where he goes, the Balboa Re Relays,
lays, Relays, in saluting one of the Zone's
most admired and .respected. edu educator
cator educator and sportsman, wishes him
all the happiness and success in
the world in the years to come.
. Sharing the honors in the
Tenth Annual Relays and es es-pecialy
pecialy es-pecialy the opining ceremonies,
will be Miss. Sera Whitner, e e-lected
lected e-lected Relays Queen,;; and 'her
two attendants;! iMIst Manue'
Moses and Miss Barbara Bart
left. .:
Queen Sara will declare the Re Relays
lays Relays in session during opening
Ceremonies and with th heb of

her two attendants, present the
L t.l A A- 1 1 .1 1

u opines 10 me uiqiviqubi eveni
winners. f
The Championship' trophy will
be presented by honorary refe

ree Zierten.

Tickets for the Balboa Relays

will be on sale in the Balboa
Service Center tomorrow. Tues-

daysndi;3Wsday;;fomi'5:30 P-m,
to t .m; also vat the TB alb o a

High School office and at the

ticket office of Balboa Stadium
on both evenings of the Relays

from 6 p.m.

Price of admission is 50 cents

per night and 75 cents for both
nights. Student Assocatipn mem members
bers members will be admitted free upon

presentation of their cards.

riem events for botn evenings

will start at 6:30 p.m.
- The complete order of events
ia as follows: I

FRIDAY
8:15 p.m., Pole Vault (open);
8:30 n.m.. Broad Jimn ODen):

F:6:30 p.m., Shot "Put: 0Ren)

6:40 p.m. 100 trials Xopen); :
8:55 p.m.. 120 Low Hurdles.

trials (Junior High).

7 p.m. Shot Put (Elementary)
lb.;
7 p.m.. High Jump (Junior

High)?

7:15 p.m., Opening Ceremonies;
7:30 p.m., Low Hurdles finals

(Junior High); '

7:40 p.m., 440 Relay (Element

ty); -X

Campbell said, and I agree. Get
ting your sooms mixed last night
saved your life."
"Bennett," he said, "I'm 'sacr 'sacred."
ed." 'sacred." "You can't run away from it,"
I said, and added, "By the way,
I verified your son marriage.
The bank has a photdstat of the
certificate. They also verified the
$200 a month for you."
He didn't speak for a moment.
Then he said in a dull voicet
'.'That's what I expected, pea peanuts."
nuts." peanuts." '.
"I'm sorry."
'S,ly Son, He His oice
broke, and he wiped his lips with
t heavy palm. 'He's turned

against me because of that

that woman."
That woman is now Mrs.
Howell," I said. 'Maybe you ad
it coming."
There came a knock on th?

door. I got up and admitted the

white-coated youth. He placed a

tray on top of the dresser and

handed me a cnecK. l signed it

and tipped, the youth. Before he

was out of the room Howell had

gotten up, lifted a napkin from

the tray and was opening the
whisky bottle. He took a long
swallow, sighed gustily, and then
drank again.

I said, 'I'm checking on the

woman your son married. I
should have some Information to

day."

He fumbled m a trouser pock

et. "How much do I owe you?"

"You'll get a bill," r told himj
and added gently, "I hope you

can pay it.

HE muttered something I

didn't catch and lifted the bottle
again, I atepped forward and

took it' from him,
firmly, "or I'll
with me."

"Eat," I said
take the bottle

He peered up at me with a
hurt, pleading expression, like a
baby deprived of his milk. Then
he said in a low voice, "Maybe
you're right about getting what
I deserved from Wayne. I I
guess I was never a good father

to him. But his mpther raised

him and turned him against me

Maybe it was my fault. I I wish
I could go back 10 years and

start over again. He looked up

at me, and for the first time I

saw in his eyes an expression of

sober Intelligence, mingled with
a kind of latent sadness, and once
more I felt pity for him. It was

odd.
"I'm afraid it's too late now,

Mr. Howell,!' I touched his

shoulder. "I'll get you some as aspirin
pirin aspirin and when I come back I
want that toast and coffee to be

gone." I smiled at him,
"All right," he said, and added
almost shyly, "Thanks." He
looked away then and was cap capping
ping capping the bottle as I left the room.
Down in the lobby I bought a
small tin of aspirin tablets,
chatted with the desk clerk lor
a few minutes, decided I needed
some cigarettes and bought some,
and then returned to Hugo How

ell. He was standing by the.

dresser peering intently at his
reflection in the mirrow, but turn turned
ed turned as I entered,' I saw that most

of the toast was gone and that

the coffee Cup was empty, r

I HANDED him two aspirins

and got a glass of water from

the bathroom. He swallowed the

tablets meekly, and without pro

test, but his gaze strayed to the

bottle which he'd left on the

chair.

I picked up the bottle. "You

can have another drink later.

Lock your door and don't open it

for anyone but me." I placed the

bottie on the dresser. See. I'm

trusting you. "I'll he in my room

just down the hall. I'l see voj

around noon, flight now you a

better li down and rst."

, "I do feel kind of tuckered

Out." He gave me a smile that
for him, was almost friendly

"Bennett youre mothering me

like a a hen with chicks."

"Somebody has to," I said,

thinking of the murdered Am
brose Lott. I also thought, some

what grimly and sadly, that I

was probably the only -person m

tne world who cared what hap

pened to Hugo Howell. And even

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CHARLIE FRENCH, (right) BHS sprint and 440 yd. mainspring,
and his brother Worden (left) offer pointers to the family's young,
est track star, brother Louis, record-holder in Junior High School
sprints,

'7:55 p.m., 880 Relay (open);
8:05 p.m.. 440 Relay (Junior

High);

8:14 p.m.. 1320 yard inn (Jun

ior High);

8:25 p.m., 100 yard finals (o-

pen).

SATURDAY
6:30 p.m., High Jump (open);
6:30 p.m., Discus (open);
6:30 p.m., High Hurdles trials
(open);
6:45 p.m., 60 yard trials (ele (elementary);
mentary); (elementary);
7 p.m., 100 trials (Junior High);
7 p.m.. Broad Jump (Elemen

tary); v

I was beini paid to care

got paid.

if I

He came to the door with me

and when I was out in the hall
I 'Waited until I heard the lock
click. Then I vent to my own
room, called the desk and asked

if there had been any calls for

me. There had, one. I was to

call Operator 42 la Detroit,

v
"Get it for me, please." I hung

up and waited, in maybe thrca

minutes tne pnone. rang and i

was talking to Lew. Hancock.
H told me plenty.
(TO Bl CONTINUED
. NEXT WIIH) l

BALBOA TIDES
MONDAY, MARCH f
t HIGH
, Time Ht.
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Time Ht.
10:00 a.m M
10:20 pjm 1.4 ft.

RELAYS QUEEN' Sata Whitner '(left) 1 and her' attendants Bar Barbara
bara Barbara Bartlett and Manuel Moses get some track information from
,n BHS track? team captain Ahel Pegassie.-;

Shot Put Junior

rHigh Hurdles finals
Spring Medley Re-

7:15 um..

High);

7:30 p.m.,
(open);
7:40 p.m..

lay (open);

7:50 p.m., 880 Relay Junior

High);

8 p.m., 60 yard unais (Elemen

tary); .-

8:10 p.m., Mib 'Run (open);-'
8:20 p.m., 440 Relay, (open);
8:30 p.m.. 100 yard finals (Jun

ior High);

8:40 p.m., Mile Relay (open);
8: 50 p.m., Closing Ceremonies.
From the team point of view,,
the Athletic Club it .favored to'
take their third title. However,
there are somy 'such fine on-
tries from the Armed Forces
thet making a strong predict
tion at to the favorite is almost
impottiblo.
in fact unless the Armed Forc

es and the schools come up with

better balance in their-performances,
it is doubtful if anyone is
foing to seriously challenge .. the
thletic Club, 1
The most serious challenge
may come from either Fort Ama Amador,
dor, Amador, with a team strength of 20

men or the F.rt Guhck learn of

30 entries.' Little Is known of their
individual performance ( but ; if
number has any. bearing -on. team
nerformance. these two dark-horse

teams cannot ne counted tout, ..
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tcoBfcotcowUali.-
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If history repeats -itself as U
did in 1955 -when dhe US Army
Caribbean, won- the. championship,
then the fans may see the most
sharply contested meet in the ten
year history of the Relays.
- In the individual .events Bal Bal-'
' Bal-' boa . High School, and Cristobal
High Sehoot look like the two
teamt to bMItt out in the
spring medley-relay.
Cristobalv; has already brok.
the school record in. this event
but with a few changes Balboa
could beat this entry and break
the existing ejaysf tecord. Favor Favored
ed Favored in the mile relay 'willbe Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal who has some strong run runners
ners runners in -Newhafdrtfrving, Tomp Tompkins,
kins, Tompkins, and HumpreVsi 1
' The 'field veijts'!; will be a
gran battle' with Bill Gibson,
1958 discus' fchampion, returning
to defend :his title with the Junior
College buttressed hard by Ray
Nickisher oi the Athletic Club.
The high" jump and possibly
the pole vault could go the Ath Athletic
letic Athletic k Club with Carl toothman.
former BHS star In the jump and
dependable Ken Fulleton in the
vault. vi
Roughly, thiols the Way it
stands the v Athletic Club
a slight favorite,. But look for
some mighty close competition all
the wav both 4eam-; and indivi

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,hpw many degrees Centigrade?
13. A Hole and One.
15. The timers ganged up
on us like the Thieves," but
we put them all feet under.
DOWN
1. Tens digit is 3 times units
digit and units -digit is 3 times
2. It's In the bag:
Now that dresses need not
fit
I, at last, perhaps can knit
Goose egg.
" 4. A gross of marbles is sold
at 5 cents a marble. What is
the amount of the sale, in cents?
7. An adult western: When all
the horses are over
8 Seats on a tandem bike.
. 9i Three score and two.
' 10. One-fifth of one percent.
11. Air pressure in a vacuum.
13. ventured, gain gained."
ed." gained." 14. Income Tax Amendment.
16. Number of "L" states.
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jap B b' oosjad J 'sa :y toaiqojj
lFtin With Figures
AYRITE down the digits 1, 2,
. fV 8, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8 and 9, and
' then divide them into three grdups
ot three figures each, so that the
; first number" Is three times the
, last number, and the middle num number,
ber, number, is the difference' between the
' first and last groups:
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Some Entertaining
Questions of Law
SOME of the following legal
xand quasi-legal perplexities
may stump .you., Of course, you
must be on guard against loop loopholes,
holes, loopholes, etc., in the law, and in the
questions themselves.
A In the United States, are
' there any circumstances
under which a man may legally
marry his sister?
BWhen Is It illegal for a
woman to write a check
on a' Wednesday and date It for
the following (Tuesday f
CCan a man's widow testify
against him In a civil suit ?
DMay a man legally marry
a second v wife while the
first wife Is living and no divorce
or annulment has been secured?
EA jeweler sells. Wamonds
that have been smuggled
Into the country. The police know
about it, but do not arrest him
as he Is doing it legally. How Is
'this possible?
Answers to questions are pro pro-''
'' pro-'' vided elsewhere In the page.

Got His Number?
PENOBEE'S license plate con consists
sists consists of five different digits.
Fastened Unintentionally upside
' dows-the registration number is is-increased
increased is-increased by 78,633.
What is the plate number?
'8960T
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SOMETHTNG obviously is causing a commotion in
the underwater scene above; It's easy enough
to find out what it is. All you need is a pencil,
preferably one with a sharp point, and the patience
to trace some lines.
Note, that the. horizontal and vertical rows of
dots are designated by letters and numbers. To
complete the picture, simply start at the first point
listed and draw lines from dot to dot as indicated.

a cmusneirje (Ojuiz-igRosswonp diole amiss

By Eugene Sheger
HORIZONTAL
1 -One of the tribes of Israel
" (Luke 2:36)
5 Front haircut.
10 Father of Elihu (1 Sam. 1:1)
14 The last book of the Bible.
16 Cupid.
17 Courageous.
18 Wings.
19 Burloon.
20 Peter' cured him of the palsy
(Acts 9:34)
22 Greek letter.
23 Equal in social fank.
24 rPerformed.
26 Crania.
. 28-Paid attention.
33 Prior, in time.
34 Symbol for tantalum.
36 Mohammedan prince.
37 Those who do this shall be
, comforted (Mat. 5:4)
39 Roman coins.
40 The wise hearted women did
'this with thejr hands (Ex. 35:
25)
41 Derrick poles.
42 Woe is mef
43 Mount from which the Israel-
ites' were to point out their
, border (Num. 34:8)
44 i-Harass.
: '45-t-Native of Sweden.
46 Possession of the children of
V ", Lot (Deut 2:9)
47 Equivalence.
48 Beaded moistness.
50-Third canonical hour.
53 Fish delicacy.
54 Falls behind,
' "55-i-Love will not work this to his
, neighbour (Rom. 13:10)
. 57 Whole.
i 62-VThe dilL ,,
i 63 Decree.
S-4-Cnnf)nlcal' office.
'' 66-Dne to whom Agur spoke (Pr.

Hqnd-Herm '..'Pussywillows

IT'S easy to fashion lmita,tion pussywillows from a
few household materials: toothpicks, absorbent
cotton, drinking straws, crepe paper, etc.
Fasten small wads of cotton to ends of tooth toothpicks
picks toothpicks with glue or thread. Wind crepe paper, pre preferably
ferably preferably brown, abput straw, inserting toothpicks
as pictured above.
Several stalks are suggested for use as a wall
decoration or table centerpiece. Where longer stems
are desirable, substitute small branches for 'straws.

.i :
Triangalatidn Study

SHOWN shaded, above, Is 4 small triangular area,
AFE. This portion of the trapezoid ABCD lies
within the confines of a number of 6ther triangles
contained in the .larger figure.
Of how many triangles do you say the shaded
portion is a part: Six, Eight, Ten, "More? After
you have considered your answer, list triangles of
which AFE is an integral component on paper.
Then confirm list with the answer below.
Remember, only triangular figures are to be con considered
sidered considered in your answer.
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BOY bbjb papsqs aq uBaoo Bai3uBJ 3qSH :jmiuv

OWN CONCLUSION

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1 1 1 1 1 1 1 t I I

Begin at Q-12, draw to S-14,
to S-13, to T-14, T-13, U-14, V-14,
S-ll,, P-ll.
Start again at U-12, draw to
Y-14, to X-14 to W-13.
Begin anew at W-15, draw to
W-14. T-11, R-10, O-10, K-8, H-8,
J-9, K-10, M-10, P-13, R-14, U-15.

67 Statements.
69 Delete.
70 Wary (slang)
71 Strong wind.
VERTICAL
1 Father of Anak (Josh. 15:13)
2 Withered (poet.)
3 Masculine name.
4 Dream (Fr.)
5 Symbol for barium.
6 Luzon Negrito.
7 River in Egypt.
8 Nabal owned 1,000 of these (1
Sam. 25:2)
9 Rubber-soled canvas shoes.
10 Jesus drove the moneychang moneychangers
ers moneychangers out of this (John 2:15)
11 Bay window.
12 Homes and their grounds.
13 Employer.
15 Guide.
21 A wilderness through which
the Israelites journeyed (Ex.
16:1)
25 Luke and he sent greeting! to
the Colosslans (CoL 4:14)
27 Footed vase.
28 A border of the Canaanites
(Gen. 10:19)
29 Significance.
30 Biblical mount (Gen. 36:8)
31 Cardinal number.
32 Gave medication.
35 Donkeys.
38 TotaL
Pointless Pastime
GRASP all of your fingers ex ex-s
s ex-s cept index fingers with your
thumbs. Now try to twirl one
index finger clockwise and the
other counterclockwise simul simultaneously.
taneously. simultaneously. Can you do it ?
Ui.trihntad hy King Features Syndicate

DETE the dog-
catcher is hav-

a hectic day
So
ii lie nous
given
chase
seven dogs and
all have eotten
all have gotten
away. He's shown
pursuing the sev seventh
enth seventh at right.
You can discov discover
er discover the names- of
six breeds of dogs
Pete has pursued
by starting from
certain letters
uid spelling aiong
lines to adjoining
letters in the let letter
ter letter maze in the
upper part of
diagram.
Remember, six
different breeds
are sough
Names must be
ascertain e d by
spelling along
lines, letter by
letter.
How quickly
can you find the
various breeds?

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Round

CAN you place the numbers 1
to 19 in the circles below so
that the sum of any three in a
straight line totals 307
We'll give you a hint: the num number
ber number in the center circle can be
counted on both hands.
Time limit: five minutes.
Answer is given below.
Try it on friends and see if
they can solve it.
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MAZE
I
N one of those
labyrinthlan old
castles, -which
rulers built to
confuse would-be
assassins, a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful princess was
held captive. A
courageous young
gallant found her,
' however, and es escorted
corted escorted the girl to
safety.
Take a pencil
and starting at
point A in center
of maze at right,
see If you find
the route the
prince took ,10
free the girl.
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Of course, you must maneuver
through the maze of lines with without
out without running into deadends or re retracing
tracing retracing steps.
If you do not have a pencil
handy, try tracing the route by
eye alone. It's not so easy.

39 Toward the sheltered side.
41 God the Father is this (Luke
6:36)
42 Beard. 1
44 Obstruction.
45 Pigment
47 Companion of a mertar.
49 Overwhelming sorrow.
51 Son of ShemaiaM (1 Chr. 3:22)

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Snap Trick to Master

cii Round
TTHIS is a neat
A little trick
that the amateur
magician can
master.
H e places a
small coin a
dime or a cent
will answer the
purpose on the
back of the third
linger of the
hand, as shown

in the accompanying drawing. Next the conjurer
explains that he will make the com turn over
merely by a slight movement of the third finger. He
does so and the coin obediently turns over.
. The secret of the trick is that the magician really
does not move his third finger at all. He merely
brings up his thumb underneath his hand so that the
nail of the thumb touches the Inside tip of his third
finger, and then .gives it a flick. This oauses the
third finger to act as a Spring, flipping the 'coin.
Answer Required in Six Days
BEGINNING with any day of the week name six
consecutive days without mentioning Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, Thursday or Friday.
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OF THE ANCIENT COURT

Riddle Me This in 1 Minute
SOLDIERS mark time with their feet and what
does the same fhing with its hands?
Answer required in one minute. No fair peeking
below of course.
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52 Choicest part
54 Praise.
56 Recent.
58 Chinese society.
59 Peruvian Indian.
60 Lively dance.
61 Being.
64 Thrice: comb. form.
68 -Railway (abbr.)
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9
It's Your Move
By Mmard hopper
WHITE manages to maneuver
Black adroitly on first move
and then proceeds to take the
game in four more. White moves
first, traveling upboard.
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