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. ii.k la UPI V West.
.m diplomat. ..id tedsy United
Arab Republic Prsldnt Gamal
ilj.i u..' klHar Antl-Com
munis attacks may fare) it
- Soviet Union to t.ko m f
' ...r.. Envntlan.lrinl ditDUte.
- TtTitij MiAmi niisiia. wmcn v nas
i -Jinrt militarv Bid to DOto
, Egypt and Iraq,' has ignored ra ra-'
' ra-' ZffViZZ,.. that the UAR was
', yiyu. Wiw to"" : t f
vu; Via iiniirrpcjifui revolt
fcainst Premier Abdel Karim as
Moscow Radio has blamed the
. rebellion on .."colonial imperial.
, Western diplomats gaidNasser.
Lnhiftwl ;fsnnenlv yesterday
that the Communists were -trying
to conquer the Middle st wjum
change the enure, situation m
; Thev said the three 1 angry
speeches made by 'Nasser during
fi nsct thrAB daVS DTObablV Will
wove more effective in halting
the spread of Communism in tne
. vfMriu Fact; than the Eisenhower
: doctrine, which ,offerodL military
aid in iase A Communist at-
, tempts TO IBK6 nvci uy uu.
As. a result,, they said, the bfi bfi-".viet
".viet bfi-".viet Union may be forced to side
jnnth Ti-an in th a current -dispute.
- They said Nasser's attacks rilso
might jeopardize aussian aw w
? the UAR.
- In P.RI..CU., In hi. third t
: t.ck on K..Mm in many
day. Nasser ..id he had Invit Invited
ed Invited the" Iraqi; premier to meet
him- four time, for tht .ake of
Arb wnlty. facb time, ho add add-"
" add-" od K..Mm refused with "pre
Replying td Iraqi charges that
nm. TTAfc orao',flflnnns1hle for the
hi m.t atori armv volt lh northern
iraa earner tnis weex, passer
said the-Communists were trying
to create" a "Communist .fertile
,....' a .smvrfitructure
-stretching from the' Mediterranean
to the Persian uuii. j y
The tTAR president poke to
students i who nad just come from
the funeral of an iraqi rebel ar army
my army officer killed in the bortiw
Nasser said the Communists had
grown in strength in Syria prior
to the merger of Syria with E E-eypt.
eypt. E-eypt. After the merger, he said,
ji Hie vuiiiiuuiiiow. wc w
lieving tnat "Wftat tauea in yna
'will rsucceed' in-Iraq."- :
In Iraq, he said, the Commu Communists
nists Communists had -l set ;iup4! headquarteri
iwith the target of destroying A A-rab'
rab' A-rab' unity and Arab nationalism
and establishing Communism in
its place. -A ;
r, $ Naner charged KaMem had
opened the 9te. to the Com Com-"
" Com-" muhi.t. and gave them 'a free
hand to' sow-' terror- end lhmi.
s date Iraqi national. ?
t ; Marching in the funeral -cortege
of the Iraqi arm officer, were an
5 estimated half million persons,
v who carried UAR flags-and shout shout-Jed
Jed shout-Jed ainti-Kassem epithets. -f
"Kassem is a traitor,";, icream icream-ed
ed icream-ed the demonstra.tors.Sf
" VGod's curses befall on traitors.
Uown with Kassem,''r the-, crowds
t roared-as Ahey Med the historic
Omayad Mosque, where the body
'. of i Iraqi ; CaptS Mohammed f Said
' Shehab was taken irom the7 mili military
tary military hospitaL ''
Sheab, on the staff of revolt
S leader Col.' Abdul Wahab Shawaf.
was wounded in the fighting near
-: Mosul,- Iraq, nut escaped across
the border into Syria, -where he
' later died.
Billy Graham Says
For Ons Fortnight xv
MELBOURNEi:, Australia UPI)
Evaneelist illy Graham said
yesterday he had been ordered
Dy his doctors to taK a nmnweeic
vacation because ms weaKenea leu
eye was not getting back, to ijor ijor-mal
mal ijor-mal fast' enough. , ;
"They want me to slow down,
Graham said. "They've suggested
I ait down while preaching,;, but
that's impossible, I've committed
the whole matter to the Lord.' J
have no worries about it,-
, Graham -said he was suffering
from angiospastic oedema of the
macula, a fluctuation and swell-
.ing ln the back of the left eye
that eauBed blurring of vision, but
11 never felt tetter- physically
at he end of i crusade, jmt the
doctors insist I take a fortnight's
holiday : at Queensland Beach
Graham Said. He ? said the first
thing he would do is sleep a cou cou-ple
ple cou-ple of daySijji'y.-;.' '; -: :'
Graham told, a news conference
th i in his Melbourne crusade,
523,0)5 persons, came to hear him
frctt -Fe"..; 15 through March -12
?f.4 J.S'I tsrsolis recorded "de-fi-s
fcr; Christ." The attend attend-rt
rt attend-rt j ; an4 v responses i surpassed
any ctusade "of similar duration
1 he ever held, Graham said,
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. A CROW'S VIEW of the budding Curundu housing site on which Is rising the first of 100
A total of 330 famfly units Is being constructed, distributed over five ar my posts.
Major Change In West's Defense Strategy
Seen f As French Withdraw Fleet From NATO
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T'l PARIS, March 14 (UPft Military observers predicted today w major revision in Western
defensa strategy, as a. result of France's decision' to .withdraw its Mediterranean fleet from wartime
NATO control-' ,. v -v ' -
i:s Diplomatic sources said the decision, reveal ed here last night, shocked the other NATO nations,
coming as it did at a time when the West was at tempting to put up a unified front in face of the
Soviet threat to WeSt Berlin, i.
They said Western diplomats were concerned r.bout the, psychological effects of the French
move, particularly on the Russians who have been trying to split the Western defense and diplomatic
Military experts said withdrawal of the French fleet from NATO'S wartime plans for the de defense
fense defense of the Mediterranean would leave a huge gap in the Western defense scheme.
Although the French navy now
is under separate command, it
takes part in NATO war games
and other tactical maneuvers in
French sources said the step
was in line with president cnaries
De Gaulle's declared aim of keep
ing French military and naval
forces under french control at all
The French Mediterranean fleet
has a total tonnage of 120,000.
It ig the second largest striking
force in the area after the U.S.1
RVcfs" f ind.WSv i
Jets Less Noisy
LONDON, March 14 (UPI)-s-Rus-
sia demonstrated today a new jet
airliner take-off technique' design designed
ed designed to make its jets less noisy and
overcome the main stated objec
tion to Soviet jet service at Western
Tne noisy TU-104 let airliner,
which brought Communist Party
Secretary Mikhail Suslob to Lon London,
don, London, took off on Its return flight
to Moscow in a shallow climb at
Jets normally take off at zuu
nower for safety and climb os
steeply as possible to narrow the
area over wntcjn jet noise is a
minr nnnnvsnpp. T
'London Airport observers said
the shallow, a low-power-take-off
"considerably reduced the iu iu-104's
104's iu-104's noise level, 1;'v ;
Avspokesman for Aeroflot, the
Russian airline, said the new
take-off and 'landing technique
would result in a greater-silencing
effect than the expensive, power-
consuming noise mufflers Western
jet operators have installed.
Permission for the TU-104 to use
Western airports has been refus refused
ed refused in the past because' of its high
Four-Year Civil War Observance To Start In 1961
WASHINGTON (UPI) Com Commemorating
memorating Commemorating the Civil War is one
thing. Refighting it is something
else, again; The Civil War Cen Centennial
tennial Centennial Commission, set up to
plan a four-year-observance start
ing in 1961, wishes we all would
go to the movies instead.. .v.: :
;:-i-.'kvv ;;..;i-'f5 ;ft
Plans to re-enact big Civil War
batties 'are taking shape on a
scale ..that has commission offi officials
cials officials beginning to worry.,' Lee
and Grant weren't able to mobil mobilize
ize mobilize I much faster, and they were
nut to make' history, not recollect
A dozen on mors engagements
- jt 'Hv 'v
It includes three aircraft car
riers, La Fayette, Bois Belle iu
Arromanches), an anti-aircraft
Cruiser (De Grasse), 13 escort ves
sels; 12 rapid escort vessels,
about 15 submarines, a squadron
of minesweepers and a large num number
ber number of naval aikraft.
About 30 per cent of the
french fleet, was placed under
While announcing the French
government s decision yesterday
a NATO spokesman said, "it was
hardly received with great en
thusiasm by the remaining 14
Observers "believed ,v the move
wad motivated by France's desire
to keep her naval forces tree to
safeguard her communications
BELFAST, North Ireland, March
14 YUPIl The outlawed Irish
Republican Army launched its big biggest
gest biggest hit-and-run attack in months
last night in a bomb and gun
clash with police on the border
with the Irish Republic. 1
Two policemen were seriously
Injured in the skirmish. IRA ca casualties,
sualties, casualties, were not known here.
TheJlRA attack came from the
Republic side of the border near
Favdr, county Tyrone.
"Using a 50-yard cable; they de detonated
tonated detonated three landmines under : a
Nbrthern,rt Ireland police jeep,
blasting I 10-foot crater and hurl hurling
ing hurling the four-man police crew into
the road. f
Official reports here said the
TJIA men then poured a hail of
bullets across the border at the
stunned officers. The officers re returned
turned returned the fire and beat off the
attack, forcing the. IRA men to
already are contemplated by state
and local interests, and the com commission
mission commission gets rumors of more in
the works. v,:v . .: 'tfi-X:-:;
From what commission mem?
bers hear, some of- these re-runs
may cost almost as much as the
originals. The battle strategists
are hoping, however, to draw
tourists enough to refill local bills.
It is hopefully assumed also
that, all the shots this time will
be blanks. But Ma j.- Gen,' Ulyses
S. Grant III, grandson of the Un Union
ion Union war leader and chairman of
the centennial commission," would
rest easier if ; there were ; more
ceremony planned and less shoot shoot-tag
tag shoot-tag 4.
' Observers also recalled the de
cision followed shortly after
French demands for a larger
share in the Mediterranean com
mand had collapsed because of
The French claimed the British
have too many, and France too
few, top posts in the Mediterran Mediterranean
ean Mediterranean command.
African Mobs Smash
Windows, Hurl Bomb
!n Lusaka, Rhodesia
SALISBURY, Southern Rhode Rhodesia,
sia, Rhodesia, March 14t (UPI) African
mobs smashed store windows and
hurled crude 'Molotov-cocktail' ga gasoline
soline gasoline bombs in the streets of Lu Lusaka,
saka, Lusaka, Northern Rhodesia, today.
The rioting in the capital of
Northern Rhodesia was the first
serious outbreak of native nation nationalist
alist nationalist violence to break out in that
state in the Central African Fed Federation.
Sporadic and sometimes bloody
rioting has been going, on in
Northern Rhodesia's two sister
states, Nyasaland and Southern
Rhodesia, for weeks. At least 41 A-
fncans have been killed in Nyasa
The Lusaka rioting apparently
was touched off by a government
order yesterday that outlawed the
extreme nationalist Zambia Afri
can National Congress, an inde independent
pendent independent splinter group which broke
off from the more moderate Airi Airi-can
can Airi-can National Congress, v
The government accused the
Zambia African National Congress
of being a terrorist organization.
Main targets in today's rioting
in Lusaka were shops owned by
Europeans and Asians. European European-controlled
controlled European-controlled African newspapers al also
so also suffered damage.
I am much disturbed -by the
knowledge that people think of
the centennial as oniy a giant re re-fighting
fighting re-fighting of the war,'? Grant said
the other day in a statement.
"This isn't the case at ,all."
Grant insisted today it wasn't
the prospect of reopening old
wounds that prompted his state statement.
ment. statement. He said all he meant was
that the job of restaging the bat battles
tles battles is to big and too costly.
For whatever reason, the gen general
eral general is trying hard to discourage
any wholesale mock letting of
blood. As part of the campaign
he took time this week to deeo deeo-ate',
ate', deeo-ate', two Holywood figures for
their part in a Civil War movie.
The movie is known as Tle
ultra-modern duplex homes for
PC Kids Showing Science
At Balboa High Library
.Almost any scientific subject
from a chicken hatching from an
egg to the cultivation of plants
without soil and the construction
of a solar furnace will be among i
the projects to be placed on dis display
play display by Canal Zone school stu students
dents students in a science exhibit to be
held in the Balboa High School
Library this week.
Nearly avtry student In the
Pacific sid schools will have a
hand In the exhibit which will
be one of the first of its kind
sponsored by the Division of
Schools ai part of the general
science program for school chil children
dren children In th Canal Zone.
The exhibit will be open to the
eeneral public from 8 to 11:30 a.m
and from 1 to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday
and Thursday, and from 8 to 11:30
a.m., l to 3 p.m., to 6 to 8:30 p.m.
Exhibits geared to the age and
grade of the students taking part
in the project will range from the
more elementary science studies
of the sun and earth, seeds,, and
plants complicated studied by
pupils in the elementary grades to
the more complicated, experi experiments
ments experiments in physics, geology and
chemistry taught In the -nifcn
school and Junior College.
! Elementary school children will
COnauci ex,penmeuu wiui-
toys that work, stages of. animal
development, elementary ,asiruiio-i
my, simple machinery, magne
tism and even the preliminary
study of the atom, to name a tew
of the subjects covered. ,
Junior high school students "will
concentrate on the space age;
while high school students will
demonstrate lessons learned' in
general science classes, biology,
chemistry, and lAysics.
The exhibit planned by Canal
Zone Junior Collega will include
display of geological speci specimens
mens specimens obtained during field trips
and the results of experiments
In the field of lower pressure
effects on the behavior of li-
' quids and gases.
, Teachers who have taken an
active part in the preparation of
the scientific display ana tne
grades they teach are: Miss Eun Eunice
ice Eunice Monroe, first grade, Balboa;
Miss Alice Clark, second grade,
Diablo Heights; Mrs. Marion Red Redmond,
mond, Redmond, third grade, Fort Koblje;
Mrs. Rosemary Anderson, fourth
Horse Soldiers" and is based on
i famous Union cavalry raid, na naturally,
turally, naturally, since horses are involved,
they got jonn wayne tor tn
main role. William Holden was
the other actor cited.
Wavne has ridden tne jange in
ao manv horse operas he can't
recall ihe number. But he's been
classed as a star now lor ju
years, and he said ne naa passea
the 100-movie marK vceiore any
bodv even heard of him.
Some observers thoughts Wayne
bridled a little in accepting the
decoration. If so It's no wonder
They hadn'. tola him until then
that1 Col. Beiamin Henry Grler
son, whose role he plays, was dead
ly .afraid of horses
Army NCO's and eivilians.
grade, Diablo Heights: Mrs. Eli
zabeth Keighley, efi .Arieoft aad
Miss' Dolores Chaput,-of Fort Kob-
be, tilth grade: Mrs. Agnes John
son, sixth grade, Balboa: Miss
Lois Morgan and Miss Sadie
Haigh, Balboa Junior High School
John Knick and Cameron Stewart
Balboa High School; and Kenneth
Vinton, Balboa. Junior College.
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ALFRED J. CAUVIN, department commander of the American
Legion's. Department of the Panama Canal Zone, and Charles J.
Wilkins,. Pacific vice, department commander, look on as Gov. W.
E; Potter signs a bulletin -calling attention to the fact that today
through March 21 will be observed as American Legion Birthday
Governor Invites Zonians To Observe
40th Anniversary Of American Legion
In ah information bulletin is
sued at Balboa Heights, Gov. Pot
ter has called the attention of Can
al Zonians to the fact that the
week of March 15 through March
21 is being observed as American
Legion Birthday weex.
The Governor signed the Duiie-
tin in, the presence of Alfred Gau-"
vin. Department tommanaer oi
the American Legion's Department
of the Panama canal zone wmcn
includes posts throughout South
and Central America land of
Charles J. Wilkins, Pacific ; Vice
in the information Duiietm, rot rotter
ter rotter called attention to the Ameri
can Legions 40th anniversary and
invited Canal Zone individuals and
organizations to join in paying
tribute to the American Legion on
its fortieth birthday.
The text follows:
"The period from March 15 to
March 21. 1959 is being observed
in many areas as .American Le
gion Birthday, Week.
'During thii 'perioi the Ameri
can Legion is celebrating the 40th
anniversary of its birth, marking
th completion of four decades of
In Prefab Works
.Cement mixers were clanking at Curundu this week
as the first section of a record $5 million housing project
moved forward right on schedule.
Footings and floor decks are going in the first batch
of ultra-modern eduplex Caoehart homes fn, fam;i;
civilian employes of the Armed services.
l he tirst tamily is expected to move into one of tha
new quarters early in June. Units will h
military posts for non-commissioned officers.
A substantial nortion of the
Curundu tract, which will contain
100 living units, has already been
cleared, leveled and plotted. Utili Utility
ty Utility lines have been eoine in steadi
This constitutes th first pr
mannt housing built for m m-ploys
ploys m-ploys of th mllitar, on th
Canal Zone in more than 10
The Curundu project is only a
portion of a total of 330 spanking
new family units to be built on the
Pacific side. Thirty units will be
built at Ft. Amador, 54 units at
Corozal, 130 at Ft. Clayton and an
additional 16 units at Quarry
The Quarry Heights structures
will be two-story buildines contain
ing quarters lor ious tamiliea. A4
four : of the buildings will have
spectacular views5 from the hilt
The remaking units, including
those a Curundu how under cons construction,
truction, construction, will be single-story struc structures
tures structures with exterior and partition
walls of masonry, wide roof over overhangs,
hangs, overhangs, carports and outside pa patios.
tios. patios. All ot the units are to have
patriotic labors which have had a
truly great and beneficial impact
on the welfare of the United States
"This Veterans organization
which numbered several hundred
men and women in its Panama
Canal Branch as early as 1919,
today numbers, locally and world
wide, millions of members dedi
cated to preserving the free sti
tutions and freedoms that are the
foundation of the American wav ot
"I invite Canal Zone individuals
and organizations to join in pay
ing tribute to the American Le
gion on its 40th birthday."
Monday, March ie
2:21 p.nu ...
threej bedrooms and two baths to
provide maximum family comfort
Each of th family units ar
to b completely equipped with
modrn kitchen and laundry ap appliances.
pliances. appliances. All of the homes are being built
under a contract awarded last
December to Florida Builders mc
St. Petersburg, Fla. Ground was
broken in January and the build build-er
er build-er has been given 20 months is
which to complete the homes.
The family units will cost an av av-erage
erage av-erage of more than $16,000 each
and are expected to become the
most highly jrized quarters avail
able ty4he Canal Zone.
Officially designated as the Cane-
narv Housing : Project th vwqrk'
itwi madessible by
Of the Federal Housing Adminis Administration
tration Administration Armed v Service Housing
Mortgage Insurance Program for
Armed Service Housing on Gob- -ernment-Owned
T expedite construction, th
contractor is setting up pr
fabrication manufacturing faeili- J
ty in th Las Cruees Lumber s
Yard at Ft. Clayton.
The Ft. Clayton facility will be
used for prefabricating sub-assem-
blies to be used in the homes.
General administrative offices
for the project have also been loc located
ated located at Ft. Clayton. Robert Hin Hin-son
son Hin-son is in charge of the project for
the building company, which has
built more than 5,000 residential
units in the U.S. since 1946.
The homes were designed by the I ''
Jacksonville, Fla. district of the
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Contracts formalizing the $5,324
700 housing project were signed 3
last Dec. 19 in- Washington.
to Urge Firmness
In Talk Tomorrow
WASHINGTON, March 14 (TJP
Officials said today they expect -President
Eisenhower, in his Mon Monday
day Monday address to the nation, to call
for firmness and courage to meet
the Soviet threat to Berlin.
They acknowledged that the Pre
sident, among other tasks, faces
the necessity of convincing the
people and U.S. allies that the is issues
sues issues at stake are worth the stern
White House press secretary
Jaes C. Hagerty announced yes yesterday
terday yesterday that Eisenhower would
speak, from his office from 9:30
to 10 p.m. Monday over all radio
and television networks. The po-
tential audience is 50 million per-
It will be the second time in
less than seven months Ihe Pre
sident has made a nationwide ra-
dio-TV address on a world crisis.
Last Sept. 11 he used the media -during
the Formosa straits crisis
to rally public opinion behind his
"no appeasement" policy.
The President has spotcen or
perilous consequences" if the
Russians try to force the United ,
States, Britain and France from
their western sector of the former
German capital. ;
The American position adds
up, in ettect, to tne tact mat tne
United States will fight before, it
will abdicate its rights and res responsibilities
ponsibilities responsibilities there.
WENT HALF WAY
ROME (UPI) Glulio Coraggl.
21, jumped into the Tiber River
last night because his 15-
year-old girl, friend said she was
too young tt marry. CoragglS)
changed his mind af er spending
one minute in the icy water. Ht
swam back to shore and went to
a hospital where he was treated
for explosure. ;
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lem, let her read , k d tt apartment and said
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INTERNATIONALIZING THE CANAL
I haU but tacitly admitted that physical defense of the Canal
' f'SWTii would seem that the next step is to set up
! i IXlii, possibly under United Nations supervision, to
j: cSmmi the billion dollars or o spent on
mlnH. ?he shipping nations of toe wo
fa make- Dro-ratea conwiouuo u '""rr":"
" toe Canal. Then It might even be a good idea to oper
iXi. the Canal thereafter on a non-profit basis.
Xtifr the scoffers remember that the Panama canai u iajy
&n feSiSn.rjMi o.a an international public service, and tht In
The t ttrtiB.'c.B.l is vital to US national
-$m J? j?5 !PP,HSQV h.tPmat.innaUztn the Cana' would "0
'irirlSL n...rin0 th. normanent future safety of the
lrat waterway linking two halves of the world. Its hard to be
Jealous of something which belongs to everybody.
urtsii. t knvm aiwnvs rnnslHprpd ramDasine Billy Graham
EomethinK of a loud-mouthed hell and damnation man on the
podium, I did not condemn him because he seemed sincere in
trying to lead his followers to more decent lives.
But when I read in your paper last Tuesday that he is
pralslnjr the Soviets for lifting the standard of morals, and con condemning
demning condemning to; United States for degrading the am thing. I
decided that he had finally overstepped his bounds. What kind
tt an America la this man, who tears down his wn country
. .. vi!X77hA t.ntnhr. atro.hntfinsr to some (lav add us to
their list ofaliready-overtbf own countries? Would Graham like
! to aee us as another roiana or Hungary t
1--.:-. This evangelist waited until he hit Australia to tell the world
that 'while the Russians are trying "to clean ud their country
morally," the Americans are promoting a dirty book advocatine
extra-marital activities. So what kind of literature and movies
are the Reds promoting? Kill thy neighbor, tithe thy Income
to the People's Party,. Insult and lie about thy fellow man?
Perhaps these Communist "morals" are what Graham saved
all the Stateside sinners for. Since he's so hot on the Ruskles
and their morals, maybe he ourht to check to see how man
new churches thev have built in the last ten years, and how
- eften they urge their hard-worklns; people to take off Sundav
y, and go to church.
And if he thinks us Americans are such horrible sinners,
i maybe he would concentrate his effort in the States instead of
. traipsing all over the elobe, accompanied, of eourie, br his press
officer. Charity and sinner-saving both begin at home.
T'-'MKS FOR THE HELP
BY ROBERT C. RUARK
NAIROBI. Kenya A basic mis
take in the queuing of Matt Mau
was Britain decision to take wnai
was. six years ago, a purely local
problem out of the hands of the
Kenya settler, ana tne soua para
mount chiefs like the murdered
Hinga and to turn ft into a war
which was years in the iinisumg
and which inspired the rest oi uie
colored world to riot.
The- Mau Mau uprising, which
started out as a brush fire, be became
came became a roaring conflagration that
put violent, ideas into irresponsi irresponsi-Dies'
Dies' irresponsi-Dies' all over tap. world.
The continuation of heavy Irou Irou-We
We Irou-We in Cyprus, and the sudden
flare-ups all over the African con continent
tinent continent c.n be in a large mea measure
sure measure attributable lo tb huavy-lont
ed handl ng of Mau Mau, hich
really was a pnllce action at the
beginning and not ihi full-scale
war whith it became.
Jomo Kenyatta became a mar martyr
tyr martyr instead of mW.y a Communist-red
ig'ta'.r who w.is iwilling
to sacrti e hn own people to hired
thugi .lud'assasrnx. .1
Wh-ti Dr.; Hustings Banda at
temptod -!; ms : i -d th recent
ly 'iicjvered plot In wMch the
native wcr ic riso .as one and
strike down all the whits settlers,
was nothing more than a rewrite
of Kenyatta's now-infamous night
of the long knives. This night was
named in honor of the Russian Russian-taught
taught Russian-taught Kikuyu., who organized
bands that were to rise and wipe
out every white man, woman and
j't failed simply because the
nds of thugs that were hid out
in the Aberdare Mountains got it
chy and bored in the cold and
wet of the high hills, and .started
rawing on tneir own.
Then the terrorists took the
show away from Jomo, and the
noble effort became nothing more
than a gaudy showcase for thugs
like Generals China, Burma and
the late, hanged superman, th?
self-styled Field Marshal Sir D
dan Kimathi, who was consider considerably
ably considerably more beast than man when
thev ran him to earth.
The Nyasaland pattern was si
milar, with an eager martyr In
Dr. Banda, so long an expatriate
African that he no longer speaks
his mother tongue. Except in co
lor, uanaa is no more a repre
sentative African than I am, ajd
I have certainly spent more adult
years nere man ne.
A heavy spark of intelligence
nas just Been shown by the (Jen
tral African Federation's Tdme
Minister. Sir Rov Welensky. who
has refused military assistance
from Great Britain, considering
the NyasaUhd uprising, a lecsl
nroblent of Nyasaland and the
Rhodesia., to be Handled locally,
Dr. Banda and all.
SaW Sir Roy: "If we are not
capable of baling with what has
happened in Nyasaland, the feder federation
ation federation government will have failed
in its responsibility."
An honest urge for responsible
independence is one thing. The
kind of thirn? that was plsmned for
Kenya, and now for Nvasaland.
is selfishlv motivated thuggery,
and should bs dealt with a. a po police
lice police action a militia action-and
should not be dignified as a war.
Sir Roy Is using the federation
military force, composed of police
and white and African troops re.
presentatives of all three territo territories.
ries. territories. In short, this is more along
oiRnuien nnes in dealing with a
flock of roek rollers, window bust busters,
ers, busters, and ily knife wielders.
'Sam, You're Just d Bundle of Nerves"
III "- lTT
NEA Utvk; Inc
Half a Column More or Less Now and Then
by CREDE CALHOUN
A MAN FROM DEVIL'S ISLAND
I'm .orry, but here is another
obituary. Rene Belbenolt is dead.
I met him first after he had es
caped from the infamous French
prison. It was through the courte
sy of Ted Scott, now of the Hava
na Post, who found him in a Bot
tie Alley dive in Colon, run by an
other prisoner who had escaped
from Devil's Island years ago.
Belbenoit was a little man. I
doubt that he ever weighed 100
pounds, but he was tough. He had
come to Colon virtually overland
from Cartagena, Colombia, walk walking
ing walking along the beaches and through
the jungle and stealing an occa
sional canoe where there was no
beach and the jungle was impns
sable; ,. J, f t,
Tnrougn me Mau box i wisn io express my sincere grauiuae 10
irai-a iun who tmvM Vin nf tVi ffraitait aaiistanr in mm Hur-
r" .. r.. ...
Mng the illness from which I am now reruoerating.
To Lt. Homar of the Pedro Miguel fire station and his valiant
i a I extend my deepest appreciation
Thank yu very much for publishing this Mr. Editor.
Ernest P. Hay.
The good Dr, Banda, who was
aching to become a symbol of free
dom, has become a symbol of de-
lAirtoilM 1. -.t aai .
4 lirefighters for rendering me respiratory treatment when I was bloodily out of hand. He was r-
tricken: .i I rested and deported speedily.
m To John West and Claude Swaby, my neighbor., who aided me; In this respect he has joined
J To the doctors, nurses and their assistants for the dedicated and Nehru and Makario. and Kenvat
excellent treatment administered to me while hospitalized at Got- ta in the "I want to go to jail"
i -aa rioapuaj, r ouo. me spuriousne.s of the
' Ta mv manv fripnd who helnerl in in manv wave Ranriai tnA th u.v..i i. T.
I uiq AvjiafkaiiuaRB i r i ij
jmonstrated basically by their al-
iiiw.i-naiiuy usage or ineir own
peopie s Diooa in order to have
J a political point thatjs mostly a
.trciauiiai urge ior-power.
uanaa-i arrival in Nyasaland
smacke? not so much of the mar martyr
tyr martyr as of the ham. When 2000 A A-fncan.
fncan. A-fncan. draped Mm with a leopard
skin and handed him a broom
the broom to sweep out the feder-
me Droom to sweep out th defar.
ation it wa probably the lirst
leopard skin or broqm he had
seen in 40 years.
So far Nyasaland is brush flrp
At least to date it has been han
dles as one, and at least the trees
are still standing.
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From 1:00 a.m. te lt:30 p.m.
8ATURDATS: from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 nooa
Te) and I brought him" to Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. I wrote a couple of stories a a-bout
bout a-bout him foi the North American
Newspaper Alliance which gave
him some funds.
We held out a bit to play for
him at Juan Franco and lost it.
All he had was a package of
manuscript carefully wrapped in
oil cloth, the notes and some
chapters of his book, "Dry Guillo Guillotine,"
tine," Guillotine," later published by Dutton
Company, and a best seller.
While here Belbenolt continued
to write. My daughter,-Peggy, nw
Mrs. Carl Janson, translated one
chapter calied "The Red Cage
which The Atlantic?' Monthly re
turned very promptly. Another al almost
most almost mado l.nciuire, bui vss re returned
turned returned as too .improbable.
i vr oiten wondered wnat the
editor! of ihe Atlantic and Esiuire
wrought after 'iolbenoit's uook be became
came became a best seller. It was tranK.
lated by Preston Rambo, who is
not unknown hue and it war. an
Thiujs eot hut for. Bnlhonnli
here and the French Legation ns
reported as looking for ft'm to re return
turn return him to the prison hell he had
Arrangements were made for
him in an fn n I... i i i:
in Darien. He wasn't, cut out for
a banana Dlanter as he
little more than some of the big
uuuiubi oi Dananas.
He disappeared from th nlanta
Uon. Then one day I found him sit-
ung on ine front porch of my ca
sa. Beioenolt never rang a door
oni or Knocked, if the door was
not lociced. He moved with the
sueni sieaitn Ot a luncle ereatura
a small rodent with many hungry
cncmie. io tear. He never sat
aown in a Chair Without knnwino
what was behind him Thpn ha
didn't relax, but seemed poised to
lhis time he had rnflWlinn nf
tropical butterflies that would
nave gladdened Dr. 'Sanrf wtr
child of the Gorgas Memorial Lab Laboratory.
oratory. Laboratory. That was what ha had
been doing after the left th nian.
tation. He had taken time out to
mr7 daughter of an Indian
Chief a princess, he said. He
had learned to catch butterflies
in the jungles of Guiana and had
maae money selling them to col collectors
lectors collectors in the U.S.
man's explanation of the natural
The Chief spoke some Spanish
and Belbenoit spoke it well e e-nough.
nough. e-nough. lie said they were sitting
before a fire one night with plata plata-nos
nos plata-nos boiling in a pot, and both wore
"Wtiat makes it tain?" the
Belbsnoit usei ihe steam rising
from tno pot of plantains as an il illustration.,
lustration., illustration., telhug how water eva
pora'.id in the alt aui how cold
air condensed the vapor and
"You re not telling me the
truth, the Chief :vil
"Why, should 1 lie" about" ths
"I don't know,' said the Chief
al he drew orcrlus pipe and, seM a
snjall cloud of irrqts abive inis
head. See, the amok? goes up in
the air just like, rhe steam from
the pot, but it never rains tobac tobacco
co tobacco or cgarette."
. W'Uiam La Va?rc, Fellnv of the
Royal Geographic Society, first
met Belbenoit in Trinidad after his
escape from Devil's Island, Later
he wrote in the introduction to
"Dry Guillotine": Twelve months
later I was in the jungles of Pa
nama. I saw a little man with a
big butterfly net in the forest trail
ahead of me. He stood still for a
moment and looked at me as
though he couldn't make up. his
mind to run or not. I recognized
"Rene Belbenoit!" I said. "Con-
Not yet," he answered., Pana-'tion of Devii s Island.
i ...I i
ma's only half way to the United
Stctes. It's taken me a year to
I next saw Belbenolt in San Jo
se, Costa Rica where he had
married a pretty Tica.
Apparently, one of the first things
he did when he arrived at a new
place was to get married. He did
it again in the United States. .'
The last time I saw Belbenoit
was in the New York Times office
in New York. I took him out for a
drink at a nearby bar. His book
was about to be published and he
was appearing on radio, but it
was evident that he wasn't letting
a soil get away from him. i
Belbenoit served a short terra in
a Texas prison Jor breaking jm-'
migration laws? It iustl have,
seemed like a luxury Hoteib com compared
pared compared to Devil's Island. When he
died Feb. 26, at the age of 39,. he
had a store in Lucerne Valley, Calj
ifornw and at least one American
Belbenoit was nothing if not per persistent
sistent persistent so at the time of his
death he had become a naturaliz
ed American citizen. He also had
a son born in the United States.
I had an autographed copy 6f
'Dry Guillotine," but lt has disap disap-neared.
neared. disap-neared. The conv in the library of
the Canal Zone is of the eighth
He wrote another book, "Hell
on Trial," .telling mora;, of.tne ter
rors of the French penal colony
amd the bestial men and, vicious
officials in it. His exposes certain
ly helped to bring jabout tine apou-
tmn nf fWH'a TelanH. ."!
, TANCLEFOOTED DOLtS, try Vy our.' withered bait to
stand up straight The theme today is athletics.-Morrspeci-
rieallyrthe: Balboa Apartheid Relayt Scheduled for Frlda
night and last night at the Batooa"-$tadIum';v-:
Somewhere along the line they haye' been taken over
by a bunch sof rulea-makeraj who reayce Rpirfle'e PJyrrta
pic uames.lto a hign school worfcout.and) whb eouid-out r
the United Jlationi aqwn to ft group" of three iraveTagentai
Ross Anderson was assigned the jobrof voraranizlriflr
thi year's relays it waajno fault of his that come H- end
ot the meeting ine winners had good cause to scratch their
i)eads and ftSK themselves: "What have lwon?" ',
i, Forthe,firs;t few jears Qf.the relays the answer Wat
simple, and clear, and sufficient to '-'.'bring a '.warm: satisfao
tlon to the athlete, What he had won was the virtual Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian championship in his event. He had earneti himself
best claim ta be the fastest runner; or the hicrhest lumper.
or whatever in the entire' Canal Zone and Republio of Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. i ;
" -I .v,''...-..:;;-;; -:
What can ;a winner from last nijght lay, claim t?? He
can a8tonisbthe athletic world with, a .clalmltd' beinr the
fastest man over his distance of anvona whn hannena t
be: 1. Attending a US-rate school,- 2. A graduate of same;
3. A member of the US ArmOd Forces stationed here. 1
At Sears Roebuck champronaMp compared tc-those
which tised t'fie won at the same relays on. the-same
track. rN"'' -j': '-,'.' .' : -
Lloyd Labeach, a La Boca boy, is as far as I know r
the only Panamanian ever to run in an Olympics final (the
log meters Jn London'! Wembley Stadium In, 194-8). He, or
any local-rate athlete of equivalent stature, would be
disqualified from the Balboa Relays under the present rules.
! ,.1J I JAA i-T- tl ...
mis wouia, leave me iw yas. Daiwja rieiay winner witn -an
Isthmian ; sprintAtitle while an Olympic finalist walks
around untitled: and unstarted. If any more embarrassing
nonor is to ne arranged, the wrtizKidswho dreamed up these
present Balboa Relay rules will be just the ones to think
of it. ,. -,; 1 'I
- -1 i 1 '. i
If memory serves me right, the first two or three years v
of the relays produced some photo-finish sprint duels in' the
women's sprints between a couple of looat-rftte' girls who
were of international class Now they en their successors
are ruled off the track.
It ever there was a time
when furs were not prized, I
were is no record of it. Even
3,600 years ago. the Chinese
valued furl highly. In the day.
of ancient Greece, Armenia
was the center of a large fur
trade. Furs were among the
luxuries which the Romans
adopted from the Greeks. In Indeed,
deed, Indeed, It it probable that the
beginning of all trade lies in
the exchange of fun.
f ZneyelftMAls Brltannlca
"rrtow i 1
I A -t f i I i I
: I'm told that one year a tourist from' a hlp at'JPler 18
chanced to be walking by. saw the1 track 'mtet.,bor,r9wed
himself some gear and proceeded to scoop up boutfthree
titles Turned out to be a performer of. saorne' rtotesb'ack
home in Australia.' If 3:54.6 Aussie miler Herb Elliot had
happened to be passing by in like manner; last n,igrft;; Rss
Anderson would have been obliged to give nlrrf the V
up iui a year -ago,, .ana: rnayD..evext yev iffereiwere
Balboa Relays records held byrteams pr. Individuals, from
Panama. In ,a burst of pepwe-to-peopfe friendships a,nd
warmth ot fee art, thftse.'oo, haW been ruled ?ff the track
bJy antediluvian off Iclaldom 'A i- h I V
With all the sour serenades that are exchanged across
the Fourth of July, It was a splendid contrast for the Zone
to conduct what was virtually an Isthmian track cham..
pionehip meet. It also had such peculiarly. Zorjian advant
ages as tne races starting witnm i.v minutes or ;so or tne
announcedtime. All in all, the Balboa Relays of those tlays
provided al good-class track meet, With hard-fought races
and with the awards well spread around ? l
What is it now? A Visitors' Day high school' meet
Who brought the relays down to this lowly estate.? I
do not know them as individuals, .but0 uM they arisof
the noh-typical species which gives typical eAZ,otilans"His
unenviable reputation of yokel contempt for all of those jbf
Cod's creatures who are not established oh the USate
rolls.' ' ;-' !''':' it.
: "j v, t tt ; Hi'
They're probably the same bunch as see. to It pretty
effectively that there are no end'Of-season series ..between
US-rate schoolboy baseball teams and teams in the same
ap;e group from the Panama the local-rate towns. Hap-
L'tW. .4tt"iiJrili 'i'.l'iil.y',lMil.B;li.-iif..2''l.(TiLli;JI
piijr, ineir CTions nre1 nox i.vpj peruwix onociivw in "xniyioi"
rection. :v ;
He was soincr to in. th mnn...
from the collection to buy trade
uups ana men return to his wife
ana uve witn tne Indians.
Ted Scott staked him tft mnnau
untU he got returns from, his but butterflies,
terflies, butterflies, anj took him. shopping
for trade goods. After they had
aireiu me money ana left the shop
with a lot of Junk. Belbenoit croud-
ly showed Ted six pairs of nylon
stockings he had stolen.
"The ladles like them," he ex explained.
plained. explained. He 'was terribly disappointed
when Ted took them and returned
them to the shop,
On Belbenoit'i second return
from Darien he had decided to go
North to the U.S.. with the manu manuscript
script manuscript of hii book."
It was then that he told me the
storv of his talk with his father-in
law, the Chief, about the white
CORNELIUS VANDERBILT JR., noted lecturer, newspaper re-'
porter and photographer, recently visited the U S. Army Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean School for Latin American Servicemen at Fort Gullck. In
the above picture Vanderbllt, along with students from Puerto
Rico, Ecuador and Venezuela, studies one of the trucks used as
training aids In the automotive section of the school. From left
to right: U.S. Army instructor, MSgt. Antonio Garcla-Col6n;
Pvt. Ceear Eduardo Flores Vargas from Provincla del Orlo, Ecua Ecuador:
dor: Ecuador: Cpl. Jorge W. Jlminea Ramlrei from Quito, Ecuador: Van Van-derbllt;
derbllt; Van-derbllt; Cpl. Fermin SiMno Gutierrez from Tovar-M6rida, Ve Venezuela,
nezuela, Venezuela, and Cpl. Francisco Manuel Hernandez from Caragas,
Venezuela. r (U .8. Army Photo)
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L-i r.nnfar.t nnr ttiara I raanr in atnhllfih limine
on who schoolboys might fnd themselves getting flattened
by. But there Is no reason why schoolboys should;not com compete
pete compete in an all-comers traok mwt .H-'-' ' P
Reverting to the analogy of LaBeach, while the rules
bar anyone in hie; position from the Balboa Relays track,
it n vmn r Rnrin ear Rnhhu Mnrrnu lent hlmillt flrattftfl
ana was snipped aown nere, nf wouia nv pveFy" rignixo
burn up the Balboa track, as Pvt Morrow. So the rules
cannot be said to be framed to prevent the sclioolboys frqrri
getting beaten. y': '?' : v-h $.'
. at 'a Jfc
Further, the schooiuoys nave a tuii inxer-scnooi traon
season from which there should be no trouble sorting out
intersoholaatio ch.ampiQ.hs in the various evente llf necessary.
Why then have the rules been drawn up in this jrian jrian-ing
ing jrian-ing Isthmian champlonshrpsT'Oon't they want th.fansto
ner? What have tire officials responsible got against stag
see the best-available athletes competing;? Don't they want
the corrmetitors to have a chance of winnini .something
hat means sbmethlng? 'm. if:
r ihiu tlgnniri Wanriall VU lUia'a nni WOrifl
W 4lv HIWJ f fM v f wwii t ir iv wi ..-5-.
theory V reverse and come up with a one-town (Balboa)
social, 1. onomio ana atnietic concept or now xoafj giooai
problemsjshould.be faced and conquered. 1 '. i.
This ii being written before, the 1959, relays. I am
sUre the runnsrs and field events men will do their best,
and come, up with some tense races and excellent times,
I'm sure' Ro86 Anderson's organization of 1 the meetlhg
will be fast-moving and crisply carried cutv.-r-' ),
, rm also surs that Anderson eouid give nm tans anQ
athletes both a far more satisfying climax .to the track
season If he were ,; allowed by ponderou, officialdom 48
ware run. fJ :MttjM
PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENt thfi week notes that
the new St. Lawrence Seawayr built with some of the most
expensive abor and machinery in tne worja, and iceDouna
for a third of the vear, is going to charge 42 cents a ton
tolre for bulK cargoes The Panama Canalr built with cheap
labor and opsn year round, strive to sayfsolvent by charge
Ing 92 cents ft tonf ot auch bulk cargoes, and Indeed on
many occasion, for cafgo spacer which is not "Used. It Is my
thought, thereTore,',tnax.i.ff; '"T'rs
, 4292' ,. 7" v..,.,- r,; .-s..:f4-:4v'- -..
will r avtimira) nr wn en muon rrrara win un nvai u
areae .haunted by t shipping lobbyists, Panamanian 50-50
advocates, .and lottery.: Y'hdqrs. A t,.,
SUNDAY; MAECH 15," 1959
THE SUNDAY AMERICA
. PAGK THU1
' 'itired schoo1 teacher, 1 considers
' being in demand as a speaker to
' oroupa atl over her home town
' just one vt the return on "the be
' 'investment I eVer'made.M
fi Miss Fs "investment; ttade
three years After she retntfrpm
& 46-year teaching career, was a
92-dav. 20-countrv air tour..:
"I bid dreamed about a trip
. around .the world .since I was nine
"In fact: it-was such jK'thrill,
I'm starting of early this year on
a 73day trip va Ainca,
How can a retired scwolteacher
' afiord trips that1 suppbsediy be be-,
, be-, )- long' in the .visr-lass frtA
"But all my life I've done
,ithour ihins lw of other tto tto-consider
consider tto-consider essential, ht J
' could have what 1 wanted.; vw--
"I've never Owned viva coat or
seen the. inside oi a beauty parlor.
1 never, buy liquor. When I gravel,
I. don't star i expensive hotel
rooms, or load up w4h souvenirs.
"Fot 22 years I drove a 1934 car
that took me on vacations to every
state in the Union. It didn't oro oro-,uther
,uther oro-,uther me a bit that 'Prudence look looked
ed looked a lit old-fashioned. And I con consider
sider consider my 1956 .model decidedly in-
, ferior to 'Prudence' nd far as :
liability is concerned. s
' VWith the help of a.few nest
" eggs I put aside- not all in one
tasket-rl'm now doing what I've
wanted to do for years. It's been,
so wonderful, 1 cn hardly believe
.v tb:s isaseL'Vf Vvir'''
Y. Clubs, PTA's,; former fellow
faculty 'members- and friends
re gettini Very real evidence of
i Misa F'.s thrilling experiences
. jn her Illustrated lecturer .;''
ound the World With .Hsxel."
; "I rode camel, pony, burro and
1 ;' 1pnhiinft" said M ss F. "On ; the
i. rr... i..-- """
O I UCjIiA T -Ivl
i E) 03 OtZ
; f & -f M i, A
1 ? -ilJ Jm
UC'O TUC Pwtmourtf
sitter Y1 7
- Songs... I--
romance.:. ( n ;r AiV7 4
. technicolSi 5 V i jSAj
Nue I was transported in a felic-
ca, a Shallow boat crewed by na na-uve
uve na-uve boys.. Ox-the desert in Egypt,
I qlepi in a tent whose walls were
appliqued with Egyptian, and Tur-
k WK. :;
; What-fiirilicd,; Miss inost on
her journey- j-was the realization
thst; ."there's t no difference be be-ween
ween be-ween the peoples of the world ex except
cept except thajt of language." r' :t
: ,';! VVjrt-'-. ; -i
i ''lianyng that; fact was worth
the whole price of the trip' said
QHow much does it cost and
ana how- long ; does it take to get
proof of one's. age from the U.S.
Bureau W "sus? sR.- W.-'M.
A A search of your personal
eensui recorot by the bureau,
lecatcd Pl.tsburflh, Kan.,
f costs $3 and generally takes tou
to six weeks. Or you may pay
' J;, and "ge the Information in
one or two weeks.
q-My wife and I are consider considering
ing considering 'moving into a retirement com
munity. We are a iiiue ujjsci ujr
iho fpt that we will be wtih "old
sters" only, with no young people
about. Do you tmnK uus is 8""
idea? J. B.
if you are
already "upset" by
pect. 4f you enjoy being among
: people of all ages, Cd suggest
' you Stay away from a strictly
golden .age'? community.
HAMWARSKJOLD VISITS ;
r BANGKOK,1 ThaUand UPI)
United Nations Secretary-General
Dag Hammarskjold flew tQ Vien-
tiano canita.1 of Laos, -today
after a week end visit to Thai
land. Hammarskjold s makinga
tour of Southeast Asian nations.
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Germ Warfare Experts Reveal Tactics,
Effects Of Possible Biological War
WASHINGTON (UPI) This
country, is ripe for a biological
warfare (BW) reari Harbor.
Russia obviously has what
takes to wage germ warfare.
It is possible that many hours
and even days might elapse be
fore the United States even knew
it had been subjected to a sneak
The first intimation' might well
be an influx to doctors' offices and
hospitals of patients suffering
from debilitating or incapacitating
j r i i i: i jt
maiaoies aeiymg immeoiaie cuag
, These conclusions stem from
lectures on BW given at the Naval
Medical Center (Bethesda, yd.) in
connection wi.a a current course
for armed forces medical officers
on "the medical aspects of special
The lecturers, including some of
this country's foremost authorities
on germ warfare, agreed that:
No advance warning of a BW
attack is currently likely, 'v :'
All oi the maior nations are
striving to manufacture new
agents of infection which will
defy quick diagnosis, immuniza immunization,
tion, immunization, and treatment with : antibi antibiotic
otic antibiotic drugs. f
BW provides the niost effee effee-tive
tive effee-tive means of subduing an enemy
population without killing it off or
destroying its economy. .
The most effective way of
waging BW against a nation is by
means of clouds (or aerosols) of
vapor impregnated with diseasei
bearing viruse, bacteria, or
spores. Aerosol generators may be
delivered by any means -r- mines,
submarines, planes, or missiles
used to deliver any other weapon.
-The best PW is that which in incapacitates,
capacitates, incapacitates, rather than kills, the
greatest number of persons in the
shortest possible time.
BW against people, crops, and
farm animals might well be deci
sive in a.wai- in which no other
weapons were used. But it could
be most effectively used after a
Lnuclear attack which disrupted
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THE GREAT DISCOVERY
The Science of the Teaching of Christ Jesus"
ATTEND A FREE LECTURE on
Florence Middaugh, C.S.B.
of Lot Angeles, Cal.
: V Member of the Board of Lectureship of
1 The Mother Church, The First Church of
Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts.
8 p. in. TUESDAY EVENING
4 Under the auspic
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health systems, and through ra di dilation
lation dilation injury reduced a popula population's
tion's population's resistance to disease.
Participants in the class on BW
were Dr. Lerpy D. Fothergill of
the' armed forces BW lab at Fort
Detrick, Frederick, Md.; Cmdr.
W. W. Taylor J., head of the bio bio-logical
logical bio-logical and chemical warfare
branch of the Navy's Bureau of
Medicine and Surgery; Dr. Soger
C. Reid, director of .the biological
sciences divia'on of the Office of
Naval Research; Cmdr. Robert
W.-Swanson, commander of the
naval unit at Fort Detrick; and
DrvH. J. Carlson of the Office of
f7H&e speakers emphasized J that
BW is a strategic weapon aga'nst
people and that an enemy prob probably
ably probably would aim it at cities-iy; S.
experiments have shown it: is pos possible
sible possible to spread potentially deadly
clouds over thousands of sqhare
miles from ships a few miles offshore.
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COMING TUESDAY, MARCH 24
THE MEXICAN jOYS CHblR'
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Spanish program 1
EI Gran Espectaculo
with Lola Florea
with Celia Cruz
of First Church of Christ, Scientist, Ancon
A secbnd lecture will be delivered
Thursday evening at 8 p.m.
Cristobal Masonic Temple
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-WEST ?OlNT APPLICANT?
: M.w T.. o
tram wiui jwiico, i;cukci, otc,
-of Balboa and" Marcos Martin from San Jc Costa Rica. The young candidates for admission to
demy were tested tp determine qualifications for admission with the class due to enter West Point
2:45 4:40 6:35 8:30
LOVE ANU WAH
with Robert Wagner
HARRY BLACK AND
with Stewart Granger
Medical, physical and mental aptitude tests have been on the schedule this week for aDnllcanta an-
tt W tl. tC.
ren wj iiKiib. tvciiucui ivi. ue uun
Set Up Their Own
DENVER (UPI)- Fifth grade
pupils at a Denver elementary
school are doing something a-
bout weather forecasts they're
making them themselves.
The 27 students of Georfie Ptir Ptir-celly's
celly's Ptir-celly's fifth grade class at Rus Russell
sell Russell Elementary School didn't have
to spend a cent to get up their
own weather bureau.
Their wind guage Is made of
four paper cups attached to two
crossed pieces of plywood that re revolve
volve revolve on a wire from a coat hang hanger.
er. hanger. A plywood arrow revolving on
another twisted coat hanger pro provides
vides provides wind direction.
The pupils measure humidity
with a hygrometer made from a
milk carton, straw, nickel, a straad
of hair and a dash of nail polish.
They used a bottlecolored water,
a rubber stopper and a tube at attached
tached attached to a tackboard strip for
They got around the thermom
eter problem when a student do donated
nated donated one.
Each day, the students check
their instruments and issue their
forecasts. They say their predic predictions
tions predictions are just as accurate as those
put out by the U.S. Weather Bu Bureau.
reau. Bureau. ITODAY-ENCANTO-35-201
The Picture That Was
Filmed In Panama i
"the Naked and; ;Thi Dead!'
with Aldo Rayif, o
with John Beat
These are the only Authorized ZEISS IKON Dealers
in the Republic of Panama and the Canal Zone.
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Floor Lamps Desk Lamps
Table Lamps Night Lamps
Wall Lamps Ceiling Lamps
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1 mm o on fill (ddq Dy
(MARCH 15 to APRIL 15) :
type light meter with
light value factors
Completely enclosed shatter
Single lense reflex with gun gun-site
site gun-site focusing, insuring insuring-complete
complete insuring-complete accuracy
Carl Zeiss Tessar 2.8
and Pantar 2.8 lenses
Telephoto and Wide Angle
lenses available for both
the United States lr.
this summer. (U.S. Armv Photo)
t fp 11,1
llth Street near Bolivar Ave.
Edifkio Castillo de Oro
Opposite Hotel EI Panama Hilton
Plasa Cinoo de Mayo
THE PU B LI C IS IN VIT E D
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MK AND MRS. RSIS TO BE HONORED
Stastern CHAPTER AT DINNER PARTI
rehld Chapter One, Order of the Eastern Star, baa announc announced
ed announced &na for a fareweU no-host dinner bonorinr Mr. and Mrs.
Walter r. Reis. The event wiU be held March 24 at 6:30 In the
frem Room of the Tiyoli Guest House.
iUrlendVof the honored couple are invited to attend. Rs Rs-lons
lons Rs-lons should be made by this Friday with Mrs Harriet Te Te-KTk.
KTk. Te-KTk. Vfnrundu 3112 Mrs. Lois Van Horn, Balboa 3308; or Mrs.
Uaise Sorrel, Balboa 4387.
Mr. end Mr. Moort
Ve Maka Extended Tour
Lewi and Evelyn Moore, well well-known
known well-known n the Isthmus, are leaving
Burmi where they have been Uv Uv-fn
fn Uv-fn ija,Bangoon. They are planning
to sail from Bankok March 23 with
New'Tork their first stop in the
Thear itinerary will take them
BrsUeifidia, Delhi, Agra and Jai Jai-ur
ur Jai-ur They plan to spend a week
1 irin.'then stop in Israel, and
ollow that with a fortnight in
iMin and Portugal. Five weeks
live been allftted to Grmany, Aus Aus-ria,
ria, Aus-ria, Holland, Denmark, and Eng-an4-
From New York they will go
io Washington and then West to
F.KfAi-nia with stops enroute.
rhere is a possibility that later
Ihey may visit Panama.
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To Meet Tomorrow
The Asilo de la Infancia com
mittee of the Inter-American Wo
men's club will nave a couee
meeting tomorrow morning at 9:00
at the home 01 Mrs. warner no no-dimon,
dimon, no-dimon, 104 Heights Road, Balboa.
Kobbc Officers Wives
To Tour Leprosarium
Members of the Fort Kobbe Of Officers
ficers Officers Wives Club will have a re
gular monthly meeting Thursday
- 12:45 at tne KODDe uincers
A short business meeting will
follow the dessert luncheon.
Members will then leave for a
conducted tour of the leorosarium
at Palo Seco by Mrs. Ezra Hur Hur-witz.
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Union Church Croup
To Sponsor Barbocue
The Women's Auxiliary of the
Balboa Union Church will sponsor
a barbecued beef dinner Tuesday
trom 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the church.
Mrs. L. C. Hasemann, Balboa
2689, is in charge of reservations.
Amador Officers Wives
To Tour Panama Homos
The reeular monthly meeting
of the Fort Amador Officers Wives
rinh urill ho holrl Wednesday. The
eet-tosether will feature a tour of
modern and historically interest-,
ing home in Panama, with buses!
leaving tne Amaaor unicers
Club promptly at 9:30. 1
After the tour, luncheon will be
served at the Tivoh Guest House.
Hostesses for the meeting will
be wives of Military Police offic officers,
ers, officers, with Mrs. Jack M. Ernst
Red Cross Gray Ladies will meet
tomorrow morning at 9:30 in the
Red Cross (Building in Old Cristo Cristobal.
bal. Cristobal. Braios Heights Elks
To honor Officers
B.P.O Elks 1542, Brazos Heights
have announced plans for a cock cocktail
tail cocktail party Friday evening from 6
to 8 at the Elks Home.
The event will honor outgoing
and incoming officers of the lodge.
All Elks, friends and visiting
Elks are invited to attend.
Mrs. Moore Honored
At Handkerchief Shower
Mrs. Harvey A. Moore, past pre president
sident president of the Fort Clayton NCO
Wives Club, was guest of honor
at a handkerchief shower given
by Mrs. Richard R. Burch and
Mrs. Clarence M. Swanson at the
Burch quarters at Fort Amador.
Master Sgt. and Mrs. Moore
are leaving the Isthjnus for his
new duty assignment in -California.
Among guests attending were
Mrs. Ralph F. Browingin, Mrs.
Johnie Bullock, Mrs. Martin For For-kas,
kas, For-kas, Mrs. Joseph Fougere, Mrs.
William B. Freeze, Mrs. William
H. Hicks, Mrs. Paul N. Hollings Hollings-worth.
worth. Hollings-worth. Mrs. William E. Hull, Mrs.
Chester T. Jadick, Mrs. Thomas
E. Manice, Mrs. Arthur Rine, Mrs,
John E. Scott, Mrs. Elmer L.
Shannon. Mrs. Reginald J T.ru
scott, Mrs. George R. Whaler and
Mrs. Robert h. wraneic
'CONTINUED ON PAGI FIVE)
' I WISE MOTHERCR AFT . the guidance of your own
doctor . and choice of food are vital at this stage of ypur
baby's development. Turn with confidence to nourishing,
balanced, all-milk Lactogen for bottle feeding requirements.
' LACTOGEN IS CONVENIENT to use, uniform and
" safe and so easy to digest. It is of great benefit in : V
avoiding and even correcting underweight conditions.
A mMllfttff Whl raw' milk In Bawdar farm with ddfrd
vitamin A ana" D ana" Iran.
Yau mix H wHti kikawann, balka wafer and aaay'i baHM Is Mdyl
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Atlantic Camera Club
Monday's meeting of the color
division ot tne Atlantic camera
Club will feature a recorded lec lecture,
ture, lecture, "Let's Change the Subject"
by Dr. C. F. Cocnxan. The Jecture
will stress the manipulation of the.
filmed image, ana will be of inter interest
est interest to both beginning and advanc
The meeting will start at 7:45
p.m. in the club rooraa at Mount
Members are reminded to bring
five slides on the subject "Chil "Children".
dren". "Children". Slides also will be accepted
for the Annual Salon.
Isthmian Medical Association
The Medical Association of the
Isthmian Canal Zone will meet
Wednesday evening at J in Ward
17. Gorges Hospital. The meeting
date is one day later than usual,
members are reminded.
A buffet will be served at 7,
foiinwpH bv a scientific program
nH hnainsi meeting. Dr. H. F.
Pnllov of the Mayo Clinic will
sneak on "Current Use of Steroids
in the Management of RheumS;
Hewdy-doody all you bright bright-PvH
PvH bright-PvH neoDle (and I use the term
loosely) I hope everyone feels
nnite dand. BHS is a mass of
Field Night is March 20, a Fri Friday
day Friday night. Those boys in Cross
roads Boys' State will be "Let
out" so they can participate in
Speaking of Boys' and Girls
States, those who are going to
either of these, get out 01 scnooj
Thursday afternoon to do some
last minwe DacKine.
A few i-orrections since iaai
urpk. m the BHS Initiation has
been changed to Marcn 31 insteaa
nf March 18 as I said last week.
m The Junior Outing has been
cnangea 10 pru cv, nu mcjr ic
goine to have a brach party and
... 11 AH tl.Ml'M
bar-b-que at Amaaor oeacn irom
sran to 10:30. Sounds like fun.
I've seen sians of a rrosn
RnHntf Hnm. but that's all I've
heard of it. I wish people would
tell me these things!
All the banaueta are, comine up
Journalism, Sock 'n Buskin, Junior-Senior,
and a few others.
Just imaeine. only 51 more days
of school, including the final
teams. Wow6 Of course that
means only about 40 more days
to cram for the finals, too. So,
tVira vnn are.
.1 hear that the Parrakeet staff
s 1 coatemplating putting out an
ADril Fool' Issue. That is, of
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tf BOl BLAIR :
Hello azain!-Here, we ar bring'
ing you more information ; about
what the Tigers are ao ng.
On Saturdayi March T. the
Junior' RUle Club: of CHS won the
Canal Zone Championship. The
Tigers' flrit lace teams was
composed of John Ambrose, Ju Judy
dy Judy Griffon, Richard Carpenter,
and Frank Alberga with a total of
1,415 poin s. The team receiyed a
trophy, wh'le each member of the
team received a smaller trophy.
In individual, competition, Rich
ard Carnenter came in secon
with 357 points, wJiUe third place
was taken by Turner who hid
to' of 355 po'nts. The two boys
who received me nignest scores
were awarded two cartons of am
Highest scorer for the girls was
Judy Griffon, with a total of 347
po:nts, who received i silver plat platter.
ter. platter. This was Judy's fourth year
3f scoring the highest total of
points for girls.
High scorer for a tyro (11-13)
years old was Tom Robertson,
with a total of 309 point?,
Hishest point total in the prone
was Steve Franklin; sitting, cases.
Congratulations to all the mem
bers of the rifle club, and to Noel
Gibson, the sponsor of the rule
Several students have been par par-'icipating
'icipating par-'icipating in extracurricular act act-Ivites
Ivites act-Ivites of note recently.
On March 4, Esther' Miller play
ed the piano for the Cristobal
Women's Club, and last Monday
evening, March 9, Claire White
sang, and Esther Miller played
for the PTA at the Margarita
Gym. Last Sunday, the CHS Band,
under Hhe direction of O. E. or'
stad, played for the "Laying of
the cornerstone ceremony ai
the Cristobal Women's Club.
On Friday, March 6, a group of
members of the Caribe Club, a
branch of the Future Teachers
of America, were invited to the de
dication service of the new Coco
Sob Elementary School by M'ss
Francis Moomaw, principal of the
new school. Here is what some of
the members of the Caribe Club
thoueht of the new school:
Betsy Hewitt "Very modern i
Charles Lyew "Good job of re reconstruction"
construction" reconstruction" Carol Agee "One of nicest I
have ever seen",
Sally Eisen 'Liked the air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned movie room"
Beverly Brownlee "Liked the
Beth BialkowskWLihed. the
Emilv Hearn "Hope the new
school will be just as sice".
Shirley Littleton "Hope t e
high school will be half as good"
Jean Seamatn "Liked the lo location
cation location of the school".
Carolyn Peck "Liked the mo modern
dern modern equipment used to teach
Esther Miller "Liked the idea
of a sound-proof, air-conditioned
music room '.
Tryouts for the new Thespina
course, if you're all good4 little
boys and girls.
Well,, I'm about running out of
wind, and besides that, there isn't
much more to say. One of the
famous words to the wise: You
can't get around it you are in inferior!
ferior! inferior! ? '
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KINGSPORT, Tenn. March 11
-(UPI) Griizled John Sailing, the
112-year-old Virgina mountaineer
who is one of two surviving. Con Confederate
federate Confederate veterans, tonaactea
pneumonia today and grew, weak weaker.
Sall ng, who pulled through sev several
eral several serious elinesses in the past
sex years, was fighting a ."touch
and go" battlo with lung conges congestion
tion congestion and inflammation. His phy physician,
sician, physician, Dr. Mack Wallace, said
he was in an oxygen tent,, his
heart was holding up "fairly well
and there were nq apparent com com-olications.
olications. com-olications. Wallance added, however, that
"anv condition is orecarious with
his age Wallace said Sailing
lacked strenght,lo fight.' off the
lune congestion and that some
means of drainage appeared ne
cessary. The, old soldier rema n n-ed
ed n-ed conscious and was taking li-
auid nourishment. He would be
113 on May 15.
SaSing was admitted to a pri private
vate private clinic yesterday after com complaining
plaining complaining of influenza and a cold
at his mountain farm near Slant,
Va., 25 miles north of here. The
influenza, which has hit hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of school children in the
area, was described as mild.
Decorum In Staid
Hmise Of Commons
LONDON (UPI)-The House of
Commpns is noted far its Bri ish
decorum and has been tor more
years than niany can remember.
Members are addressed lormal lormal-ly
ly lormal-ly as "the honorable member for
. ." and only in times .it great
sire.s are voices raise'd above
the norm of polite oratory.
It was different last alglit
wnen the ladies mixed it up. The
voice of Dame Irene Ward,-, a
Conserva ive, sounded with great
clarity through the House:
"Oh, Edith you really are an
"Edith" was Dr. Edith Sum
merskill, a Laborite and one-time
head of socialized medicine when
the Labor Party was in power.
"It shows," replied Edith, the
honorable member for Warring
ton, "Dame Irene has very little
left to say when she descends to
Then, added. Dr. SummerskUl,
"I am surprised you should, be so
feline."' ,u-, t' -f.-,.,
The exchange came during
debate on national health service
Play, "Roomful of Roses", are
still beinc held. The play will be
presented sometime next month.
Congratulations to "Colonel"
John Boseman. who was recently
named regimental commander
for the ROTC Field Night Ex
ercises to be held next Friday at
Ralhoa Stadium. The CHS ROTC
has really been practicing hard
every drill period and the unit
looks like i'. will put up some good!
eomnetition against the Balboa
That wraDs it uo for this week,
as Tiger tiger Burning Bright
says: "Good-Bye. tor now!
Reaches you Surgically Sterile t
Made to itay Actively AntU
aaprf'e for up to 4 montht in use!
Inhibitl or destroy ALL type
of cermi that fall on or hold to it
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JOTTINGS. IN (tNCIl
latest to have its license
nut, a '."ftfotaanua .tvun
viroas: l Young screen hero Race
Gentry is making the: annulment
scene. He and starlet T r a c e y
Morgan, marries only six, mo.
ago,, have decided it was a' mir
take.4 vTha major booking ages
cies aM r calling lor headach
remedies because so many Oi
taeir temme canaries have bec
staging temper tantrums at nv
jor cafes. Earth v;'utt '
Jlair and Dinah Washington are
his current hotel engament.
was his idea that she take a
parate plane instead of traveling
with him. according tp W ',ri'
The Kremlin is planning to
among the singing- lai-ti,
figures in upsetting prima donn
scenes. .Lady Beatly" soeot tw
days in Miami Beach, incogniti
to De near t ranK smatra durin:
make spectacular outersoace head
lines on or about April 20...Somi
of the; 523 St. joints; are hypoing
business by employing ''stripettes
girls who just make the age li limit,
mit, limit, but look much younger.
They're a big' thrill to the tired
"Juno,'.' Broadway's newest
nuisical,. is a disappointment.
coming, over the Winter Garden
footlights as a king of pseudo-Hibernian
"Min and Ml,'f with lit
tle-left of the original Sean O'Ca-
sey beauty, and hot more than
three authentic Irish accents in
the entire cast. Shirley Booth
brings all the warmth and life
she can contribute to a part that
really doesn't .give her much of
anything to do, but Melvyn Doug
las is embarrassingly miscast as
"the Paycock" and the situation
leaves him fairly helnless. Heroes
of the evening are Tommy Rail
ana Glen Tetley. both dancers
and both the closest things "Ju
no cas to show-stoDoers. Oliver
Smith's sets are impressive, as
are irene bnaraa s costumes, but
tne music Dy-Marc autzstein is
uncertain and derivative, and his
lyrics will have, to be judged py
the sheet music or the, snow's,
cast album, beacause 50 percent
of the words sung on the stage
fbancial iefcohd gueaMiri. are
reeling a little over the great
block of General Motors stock
recently acquired by local Chiang
Kai-Shek interests. .The trlvja
chroniclers haven't heard the last
of Lance Reventlow's rnM
with Jill St. John, apparently.
rretty jhi nas her reservations
for the March 21 sports .car race
t Sebnng, sd she can root for
Lance. (According to Intimate.
his mother, Barbara Hutton, real really
ly really thinks Jill is a very nice girl
but doesn't want him to marry
her because of religious differ
ences.) v.- '.; .v
; Pete ftugolo'n dat book conti continues
nues continues to expand. The latest entry
is Nina Foch. .Whan Npw vorir
police nut the heat on lnoal nail
gms, .-many, of them zoomed
Qiba whrs,they'rB 'Hvin' ittii
ury- noteis wamng tor We jamb jamb-ling"
ling" jamb-ling" casinos to open and ttir up
trade.1: 7 The Harry Belaionte
family ; gets the "Person .to Per Person's
son's Person's treatment on April 17. j.
reach Dhvslcians renort "lFilr.
ing1 -results" in the treatment of
cuijjnin aiconoiism oy meang of
a solution ot multiple vitamins.
Members of the Parii film mU
ny jsay.they can't recall ,wher
n1 actor nas msm as man v
screen teilw-aa !,-rnti i
we jsaraovs widely publiciied
beau. He's darllntf looking, hut
nw acting ability doesn't thrill
producers sufficiently to m a It
them .say yes to, the high f ee he's
asKing tor nis services, so he3
oeooming known in Continental ci cinema
nema cinema circles as "th Jean ftihln
or auditions". .Palm Beach
merchants are up in arms over
Mrs. Horace Dodge's attemnta to
settle debts run up by Horace Jr.
and his wife Gregg for lust 50
cents on the dollar. An she'f-, so
ncn. -' ..
' The Debbie Revriolds-Tbny Rah
dall comedy. "The Mating
Game," opened in everal cities
to smash business. Th ; mS
PubUc and private 'drinking Hot Tin'oa arA
spots aUke are feeling the- pres- Taylor.--
sure of tbi Stats Liquor Author.- s ;' Ky' I
ty's IncrcasedfVigUance, An East Itheflituaries1ri!M
bide membersnip bistro u me 1
SUNDAY, MARCH 15, 1955"
THE VOICE OF;
... ''.i'f -Nj f--. .-y,-.
itoGM io K, i
mm,iA "7.."". wnn fta ;
I professor of English to tVV. A
, with him conitaotlyi for v t
years, during, whicl he perfected
hi r eigt speech for wWch li
"v.iub ujhoui .mraii: .
"mount i i pushing a giaottfuiwI
ip tor Italian producer Dino Da
Jf u5enH in connection with the
ilck Tempest' As tf th?!
5 .n.ml"!!ie, nvi chedui chedui-d
d chedui-d spreads on him.
Birdland ha signed Buddy Rich
introduce his new big orches-
on April 2. The band, U men
Jong, promises, to be such a
. sser Buddy's decided to break,
1? J"? n-aice.andorhedy act
- his stepsister, Rosette,..; ,
iut : ve?medienne Fay, De De-(irt,
(irt, De-(irt, .floored by a virus has re-r
urneJ to th,; club'i 'divertisst.'
New Jery .politiciaM hear ihaK
Gov. Meyner intedds to go all out
tor tha Democratic Presidentiil
".i8 1960-lthough -they
agree -he'd stand far mot
chance of success if he'd settle
for the Vic:Presidential spot.
If2 Years Old
V. WASHINGTON March 14(UP(
-President Elsenhower wished
new Republican committee godi'
peed today In 1st search for vie-;
tory guideposts for the GOP in
I960 and futura years. 5
At White House lunch for
newly named members ; of the
committee the President renewed
his endorsement of the "new-
He agreed that th members
should tackle the Job with open
minds, or, as Chairman Charles
H. ( Percy put it. without shrinking
from net answers' "if they art
novel ; and upsetting." 4 v,-,i ft ;
rercy, named by National
Committee j 41rmanr.Mietrk? Al.
corn to head the group, is a
Chicago businessman. He spoke to
the committee at its opening ses session
sion session prior to the White House
Alcorn, who htought un the idea
of the committee after the party's
stinging defeat at the polls last
fall, aid Eisenhower gave neither
advice nor instructions.
He said tha Chief Executivt
subscribed to the idea that tha
committee was a study group
functioning with a blank check
in its search for lonc-ranle
party; objectives. ,
" - i-" r
60 mDh, 16 Hurt
LYMPIA. Walsl; Marciili -4 ';
(UPI) -One person was killed and
at least is -injured wnen a run runaway
away runaway freight train consisting off
a gondola car and six boxcars;
loaded with plywood crashed!
into several building -here -yei
terdayj at 60 mph.t
r xae runaway cars smasnea f
through the Vnlon Pacific Sta-;
tion, then tumbled across a street f
into a building 'housing two cafes.
an automotive establisnment ardl
several imiller shops. Between 1$
and 20 persons were In the China?
Clipper, one of tha cafes. One eye
witness said: "Suddenly the front
of the .building seemed to ex
plods.'' - :
Tha can broke away from their I
engine about a mile from th'
POP, OO THE WIASILS
TOKYO (UPI) The .forestry
board plans to relelie thousand
of weasels in forest! Ahd fields if
an attempt to exterminate crop crop-damaging
damaging crop-damaging mice, tha Kyodo newl
agency reported yesteraay.
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-t MAECH 15,. 195
THE SUNDAY AMFRICAN
1 Sociaij card Otli
ooen at l0 a.m. and will eontiaue
thrcugh the- afternoon. Proceeds
will be used tor the auxiliary'!
charitable ac Jvities at the old peo?
pie's home, Asild Bolivar, 7
Persons wishing to make rontri-
Dut ons for the sale may. call Mrs.
Beard ; at Navy 3575. ;
'Fleet Reserve Auxiliary ,
Pirns Rummoe Sale
; 1 1 The Jades, Auxiliary of the Fleet
jReserve Association, Branch" 77,
: jtvill hold a rummage sale Satur Saturday
day Saturday inltiMLBoy Scout Building 810
at Paraiso. -: ;
' .Mrs. s Peggy Beard president,
bas. announced that the sale will
Protestant Council Issues Leaflets
inions On Religion In
' bv ibuis ca$sbl ;
Circulating ""among;; 'major Prot Protestant
estant Protestant denomination is a 32-page
mimeographed ."working.:, paper
that may1 turn Out to, be one of
the most significant documents of
the year.1-- ..
Drafted hy ipeciaf commit committee
tee committee of the National Council of
. Churches.- It : is "the flrsf step to toward
ward toward a united Protestantjtand on
the thorny; question? ' .
, How shotld public ichools deal
Catholics and Jews long ago
took f irm ana nirecuy opposue
vmrfUnns ort Mils V issue. Cath-
mffs-sav'-bublic. schools ." should
fortlj-rightlv teaclK faith in "God
and obedience to moral laws.
Jaws say tax-supported institu institution
tion institution must" follow,, a strict hands hands-off
off hands-off policy toward religion.
' trr Up committee
Although Protectants cVs.titute
a large numerical majority m the
United States, their influence in
this debat has hitherto bee neg negligible!
ligible! negligible! When Prote8tahtUm spoke
on the subject at all, it spoke in
a bablij of yokes. ,, ;
In an effort to remedy ''this it it-uatlon,
uatlon, it-uatlon, the National Council of
Churches. last year set up Com Committee
mittee Committee bBiivKfiligiDir? and Public
Education, composed of repre representatives
sentatives representatives from ,25 -major Protes Protestant
tant Protestant bodies. Thii, committee. has
takesn oh,.the.;.tormidable task of
working' out .'a policy statement
tMt wll be acceptable if not to
all Protestants, at least to a re respectable
spectable respectable number of, them.
"The "working1 paper" is the
first" fruit' of the committee's la labors;
bors; labors; Comment Is bein? invited
from the participating,1 denomina denomina-tibna.
tibna. denomina-tibna. Itf: doubtless vHl) ndr(o
considerable revision before it is
nrBsentedfor official adoption by
ht!Nti5nal "Council: But even in
it- present preliminary form, it is
a noteworthy document. ?
it e') ids .-
-1A SHOtrLD USE MNFLUt MCI
. -. ,tf i "'.! ( in:,
itssertl that ?puWl Schools
should ust their influence to sus sustain
tain sustain the f'baaic View of life" held
by most "Americans 'that God
nomics Minister Ibrahim Kubba.
is, and that He is the creator andjha been in Mos"ow durint the
sustainer of human life and of all
The report recognizes that even
this simple affirmation ; of God's
existence would conflict with the
belie's -Of ; a small minority
Americans about 4 per cent,
according to census surveys who
classify themselves as atheists.
.Bi't it says that it is "practical "practically
ly "practically impors'c" for public schools
to-"maintain a strict neutrality"
on the question of God's existence,
."The actual results, of a stud studied
ied studied neutrality is practical support
for the vi(w that God does not
BEUIFE IN GOD
It points out there is no hislori
cal Justification for any. argument
that; the U. S. Cotistitution re re-Quires
Quires re-Quires such- neutrally on the part
of public intitnUons. The found founding
ing founding fathers did not hesitate to ex
pn-F( their belie! in God in the
Dccloratioa of Independence. And
In every generation since, Ameri American
can American government at all levels has
professed belief in God by ooen ooen-fr.g
fr.g ooen-fr.g courts and legislative sessions
with prayer, by inspections on
Coins and currency, by providing
chaplains for the armed forces
by exempting churches from tax-
While calling for a forthright
acknowledgment of God in public
schools the Protestant document
warns that "it is probably not
possible for the public .schools o
go much farther- than this" with
out violating "our cherished
American principles of separation
of church and state."
"The public schools cannot cor cor-porately
porately cor-porately be comm't ed to the
Christian" God," the report says.
."The Jewish child must in no
way be embarrassed for his Juda Judaism.
ism. Judaism. No preferment, overt or im implied,
plied, implied, of one religious establish establishment
ment establishment over another should be tol
erated -for a single school ses
MOSCOW (UPD---A: state dele delegation
gation delegation from IrSq, 'which was'sched
uled to leave for. home today, nas
postponed Its departure for sever
ine nrssion, neiaea ny eco
uprising in Iraq., It is negotiating
a technical a;d agreement with
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rpur Believed Dead
AHerRre Destroys -Iome
For Th Ased
. AURORA. Dl. March i -(UPI)
r'u-e raged through a rambling,
century-014 borne for the aged
today driving close to ; 100 old
folks into, the streets. At least
four men were miss ng and fear
ed dead. - ;rv- 1
" Nine injured persons, including
S iireman who toppled from an
aerial ladder and two old men who
leaped into, fire nets, were brought
to two hospitalsMn Aurora and
nearby St. Charles, 111. Two of
the injured, one of the men who
leaped into a net and a 96-year-old
woman, were in "bad condi condition.
tion. condition. Ezra Stiles, 83, who was badly
Injured when he leaped from the
fifth floor, said 'l hung from the
ledge with my hands for as long
s I could and- then I. let go. I
uiiut 4, mi me nei eagewise.
Many of the 97 guests and IS
employes of the five-story 'Jen
nings Terrace Home for the Aged
were brought to safety by an
elevator onerated by 3 a c 0 b
Schmidt kept his elevator oper operating
ating operating up to the last possible min min-i'te,
i'te, min-i'te, bringing the survivors down
in groups of 12 to 15 from the
top floors to a point where they
co"Hd be led to safety.
Other. escaped down a fire es es-cape
cape es-cape which was later twisted out
of shape by the heat or'' were
rescued by firemen from six com communities
munities communities who olunged into the
dense smoke time and again.
The-blaze broke out at 9 a.m.
on the third floor of the stone and
yellow brick building, a former
Methodist girls' seminary which
was 100 year old last .Tune. The
home's superintendent, Mrs. Lei-.
laRoselle. said smoke began
muring from the north w'ng room
of M" Rein Kild'n and she
called the fire departmen.
IRS Vanls Tobacco
Companies To Ston
WASHINGTON (UPI) The In Infernal
fernal Infernal Revenue Service (IRS)
wants some small tobacco com companies
panies companies to ktop avoiding taxes by
making so-called -"small cigars"
.ha; are more like cigarettes.
The federal excise, tax on -small
c'gars is 75 cents per 1,000, on
cigarettes $4 per 1,000.
production of small cigjirs, as
reported to the revenue aervice,
has skyrocketed from a normal
4,826,035 last August to-80,843,059
Officials sayi it's mot ,a sudden
smoking fad. Rather, they said,
"a handful" of companies appear
to have "switched" from cigarette
to cigar production presumably to
take advantage 01 tne iower,iax
The IRS sent letlers this weeK
to the tobacco companies telling
them either to stop the practice or
to expect a ntw ruling that would
make the so-called small cigars
subject to the cigarette duty.
The revenue service declined to
identify the companiei but It was
unders'.ood that none d the major
tobacco firms was' involved.
The law say J a tiigar is a roll
of tobacco wrapped in tobacco
and a cigarette is a. -roll of to
bacco wrapped in paper.
The IRS said some manufactu manufacturers
rers manufacturers have been using wrappers
made of reconstituted or sheet to tobacco.
bacco. tobacco. Tax officials said it can
be bleached white and otherwise
has manv characteristics of paper.
The IRS has held, that smokes
wrapped in sheet toMpoo ntfy be
classed and taxed as small cigars
"provided that such product must
be prominently labeled; on the
front of., the package as cigars
and marketed as such product.'
Such labeling has been incon inconspicuous
spicuous inconspicuous of nonexistent in some
cases, the IRS told the industry
in a Feb.. 26 circular. The circu circu-hr
hr circu-hr also said some "small cigars"
have cigarette-type filler, wrapper,
filter and" packages. v
Probers Hit Army's $700,000-a-Year
School for Foreign Trade Executives
? WASHINGTON March '14 (UPI ) yesterday to determine why the
House investigators ';; set -out
-to remember o!
Car for ram eyM... tik
ear of thm walll Cm th
mdra tjt drop... that
toot, clean, ratrtihe an 4
JSr( ffVf!KENR DAn.T TO LOOK VOV BEST
SACRAMENTO, Calif. Mrs.
June Puckett; Van Wie 73, on
learning" that the man she has
sued for-divorce, Francis Van
Wie, 72, is the l7-ties-marrled
"ding" dons "daddy of the D'
line": ' . ,
"Whv I had no idea. He led me
to believe "he 'hid miitied only
' aMaxV1 a' ""'
. JUNEAU, iUaika-ACtlng Alas
kan Gov. Huch J. Wade, re mem
bering that Hawaiian territorial
delegate Jack Burns voluntarily
stepped aside last year so tne
Alaskan statehood bill could be
pushed through Congreis without
competition: ., ,.
"Only by. the unselfish action of
the people of Hawaii was the way
paved for us to attain, our cher cherished
ished cherished goal. Now we, the 49th
state, welcome them as Hawaii
enters the portals of statehood."
CHICAGO Novelist Fannie
Hurst, charging that there has
been a degeneration In the rugged
Americln spirit: .-
"Look at the popularity of the
iutobioaranhies of sick persons.
Why, when I finished my autobi autobi-egrsphyt
egrsphyt autobi-egrsphyt friends warned me that
It wouldn't nU becsuie X hadn't
been sici' ;
St RUN Dieter. Krause. 4-
yearold West Berlin construction
worker voicins a typical opinion
of Soviet Premier NIklta Khru
shchev's promise to ruberate"
"Let him liberate the East
Germn first.; We don't wan' any
more Russian here and we don't
Elects Carlos Elela
As lie President
" On- Thursday afternoon followi
ing the annual shareholders meet meeting,
ing, meeting, Carlos E'.eta A., well known
industrialist, wts elected presi president
dent president of the Panama Insurance Co.
W the new board of directors.
! Eieta replaces Roberto Heurte
matte. who due to having aceeipt
ed the post of ass'stant to the Se
cretary General of the United Na-
uons tn 'ie capacity or underse
jretary, has resigned from of official
ficial official po i ions wiih all publicly
COntrollM companies. The new
pres'dent of the msuranc enmna
py has served on the board since
In the report to the stockholders
for the year 958 Heurtematte an announced
nounced announced that the company during
the year rote total premiums
amounting tc ?1,130,183.24, and
plans lo exceed this figure in 1959.
Other officers elected for 1959
are: Eugene C. McGrath, execul
lve vice presh'en', Roberto Mop ,.
vice president, Raul. Garcia de
Paredei, treasurer, Eduardo M.
Sosa, secretary, Mary A. Cole
man, asst. treasurer, and Marcia
de la Lastra, asst. secretary.
Elected to the board were Eie Eieta.
ta. Eieta. McGrath, Motta Garcia de Pa-
redesi Eduardo Alfaro, Pablo
Duran and Demetrio Rusod'mos.
Alternates are: R. Heurtematte
Alfredo Aleman Jr., Mrs. Cole Coleman,
man, Coleman, I. Roberto Eisenmann, Fer Fernando
nando Fernando Ele'a A., Louis R. Sommer
and J. A. Zarak. The board con confirmed
firmed confirmed the continuation of Mc
Grath as mamagiag director of the
Tomas Jabriel Duque who has
erved the company as a director
for ten years, asked to be reliev relieved
ed relieved jit this office due to the pres pressure
sure pressure of his many other addairs.
The resignation Was regre'fully
ccented. On Friday of next week
the board Is tendering Duque a
luncheon ir. recognition of his ten
years of service.
ft'ova'iuuwB( is ruiuuuu 4j,iw
-yer! private scoooi lor milita
ry otiiccrs at ti idsn.uaauie
...eui w 1 t u 1 n spitting dis distance
tance distance c. Uie ienUgou. ,' v.
. i.ep. i. Gross (K-lowa) said
Dr. tfoan C. t tanagau. ueu u.
t. ,uT inning '.iav.k'. OQ .Innn
. VJ. labDh4Utll v 1
Ut.ss is a member of the House
ftiafippwu:.. M(4tzatou suocom-ul-v.lc
.vesj.gaMiiK the. icaool,
'ihe ccigressman saia he under-
3tOOU UU.. C41ikvU .W.ul.i.
rituiiusu piynology prolessor,
was rtvt..ving t percent ol a cost-
plus coJ-aci., to teacn ctucers
uow to nanoie the military as assistance
sistance assistance program overseas.
iiroas &aiu We school was using
rei.reu nig.i-raiikJig Army oiii oiii-cers
cers oiii-cers oa its teaching and aominis?
trative stafj. : ;
"They are in elfsct being paid
twice," Gross saiu, "because they
receive a salary in addition to
their regular retirement pay. U
they are needed tnat bad to irain
officers then I think they ought
to be called into, active duty."
The." Defense Department .said'
in reply that the apartment was
chosen for the school because
"suitable facilities were not other
wise available." It added that em
ployment of retired officers made
"optimum use" of their expe experience.
rience. experience. -It
said salaries at the school
ranged irbm an tverage $9,000 a
year for professional employes to
$4,000 for clerical help.
Gross said he believed tne muu-
tary should be training "its own
people in peacetime and not turn
the task over to a private school
located "within spitting distance
of the Pentagon and other big
"It's going to be interesting to
find out how much rent the gov government
ernment government is paying on all these
places." Gross said.
A'l-Ai 11 IK' 1
. If : J f ' J
if -Si I
map of the Caal zone to members of the crew of the yacht:!
ine Quest is en route' ffoBifl
GOV. W. E. POTTER showed a
wuesi wnen they .visited his office at Balboa Heights this week
rn ,rBf!?' JS?' on a PhotORraphic mission. Films made will be shown fitHol'ff
S'VH ouu. ouowo irom lert are potter; Dr. Murphy, captain and owner of thTK
;' ?la?km?re; Dlck Brownell;..Rick Dlllman; Hal Dunrrigah; Harlow Peterson,' BajIeV BajIeV-Scout;
Scout; BajIeV-Scout; and Paul Coleman, commodore of the Balboa Yacht Club v
TRAIN KILLS TWO
MONTPELLIER, France (UPI)
Five" ears of the Borieaux Borieaux-Marseilles
Marseilles Borieaux-Marseilles express jumped (he
tracks outside Montpellier
yesteriay. The conductor and a
passenger were killed and 12 per-
-isons were injured.
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LA JOLLA, Calif, (UPI)- Ever
hear of a fish that can't swim?
Such a fish, if it can rightfully
be called one, has been discover
ed by scientists at the Scripps Ins
titution of Oceanography.
As yet unidentified, the rare lit
tle species hops about on the o
cean floor Instead of splashing a
bout as a fish Is supposed to.
It. was during a recent expedi
tion to the Gulf of Tehuantepec
in Mexico tnat this strange crea
ture was hauled up in a dredge
trom a depth 01 about 3,000 feet
The scientists says it props lt-
sen up on us pectoral and pelvic
fins ami propels itself along tle
bottom of the ocean by crawling
Richard H. Rnnenriaft rnralnr
of fishes at Srrinns tvnlnlneri that
the "fish" although adapted to life
ai great depths, is related to
mnar unny creatures found in
shallower waters-He said it is al also
so also similar tn rin m h.iflch...
collected by Alexander Agassiz off
ventral America in 1891.
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THI SUNDAY AMERICAN
f AGE SIX
SUNDAY, MARCH 15, Jjg
Track s Best In FrariMiiM
Siete y .Medio, Quidico
Tangle In $7,500 Added
Six Furlong Sprint Race
Ten of the best thoroughbreds now in training
at the President Remon racetrack will match strides
today in one of the biggest events of local horserac horserac-fnjp
fnjp horserac-fnjp the annual $7,500 added six furlong Francisco
Arias Paredes Classic.
The race, formerly called the Speed Classic, hon-tfrs-lhe
memory of a true sportsman who was onft of
fihefounding fathers of local racing, later was the
owner of a large string of thoroughbreds and a fol follower
lower follower of the sport to the time of his death.
Don Pancho, as he was called J companies Blancor from Lima,
by everyone, has left his mark in i will do the booting aboard the lit lit-many
many lit-many phases of Isthmian life and tie chestnut Argentine-bred sprint sprint-earned
earned sprint-earned a niche among the im-ier which holds several sprint re re-mortals.
mortals. re-mortals. Members of Don Pan-lcords at Lima's San Felioo trrV.
cho's family will be the guests of I Ragazza's chances are practical practical-the
the practical-the track management. Mrs. Car- ly wiped out because she will be
men Espinosa de Arias, Don Pan ;ridden by Andres Silva, one of the
cho's widow, will iroha'-))" I worst Chilean jockeys to visit the
sent the sterling Peruvian silver Isthmus in many a moon. Ra27-
Closes i:oa I
6 (Don Brigido R.
7 (Yosikito J.
G. Milord 112 Could score again
B. Baeza 112 Disappointed in last
G. Sanchez 115 Rated good chance
A. Credidio 10a Could be upsetter
A. Silva llo Rider handicaps
Vasquez 113 Rates good chance
Phillips 113 Could score again
trophy to the ovyner ot the wnning
Quidico. winner of three of four
local starts, and Siete y Medio
the victor in eight of his ten local
outings, shape up as co-favorites
to take home the major share of
Double Four winner of this
tamo rate last year and gener generally
ally generally rated the local sprin cnam cnam-plan
plan cnam-plan for more than one year, It
another throughbred sure to ear
ry plenty of cash backing.
".Blancer, a record breaking
speedster which arrived from Pe Peru
ru Peru only eight days ago, is another
that will be among the mutuels
favorites. Blancor and Double
Four are top-weighted at 121
poinds each while Siete v Merl'n
and speedy Dependable get in un un-(Jt
(Jt un-(Jt 115 each.
Quidico will be asked to carry 113
uhile Ragazza and Santillan get
In under the feather of 107 each.
Don Lucho and Deauville are the
lightweights of the race with 105
Veteran Cristian Rebolledo will
glide Quidico. Ruben (Caliche)
Vasquez has the leg up on Dou Double
ble Double Four, Fernando Alvarez will
do the booting on Depndable and
leading jockey Braulio Baeza will
ride Siete y Medio.
Newcomer Antonio Marchesini.
'Special" Imp. 7
Fgs. Purse $650.00
OF THE DOUBLE
Pool Closet 1:30
1 Festival J. Jimenez 110 Usually close up
2 Tarasca F. Alvarez 105 Last was excellent
3 Lancaster A. Marchesini 115 Makes debut here
4 Madame Cucu J. P. Diaz 93x Ran well in last
5 La Desiree H. Hidalgo lOlx Early speed only
6 Alamito A. Silva 105 Quits badly in stretch
7 Cleron G. Milord 105 Would surprise
3rd Raee 8th Series Imp. i Fas. Purse 1400.00 Pool Closes 2:00
1 Lanero F. Sanchez 107x Should be runnerup 2-1
2 Ramo H. Hidalgo U2x Seems much the best 1-2
3 Greco G. Ramos 5)9x Nothing recently 5-1
4 Liue Zulu L. Tunoi 102 Early speed only 4-1
za has trained excellently for this
race and would be sure to be con.
tender from start to finish if a bet'
ter rider had been given the as assignment.
signment. assignment. Santillan, a highly rated through through-bred
bred through-bred which seems to have gotten
over his ailments, is a good, long long-shot
shot long-shot bet. This big brown five-year-old
Argentine son of Sind-Langres
was rated as good a horse as Snn Snn-turron
turron Snn-turron and Perdulario in h is
Jos Talavera, who was aboard
Santillan's stablemate Perdula Perdulario
rio Perdulario when the latter won this
year's New Year's Classic,
will attempt to win another big
race for the Stud Los Siete.
Deauville, a British speedster
which apDears to be outclassed,
will race in an entry with Santillan
and will have hustling Amado Cre Credidio
didio Credidio aboard.
Don Lucho, a consistent and
stout-hearted colt, is another upset
possibility. This son of former
Juan Franco star The Bath Road
never, fails to give his backers a
good run for their money and
could surprise. He will ridden by
imnroving Guillermo Milord.
Evening Star, a classy little
Chilean-bred filly, will carry 'he
lightest weight of all the starters
only 102 pounds. She will have
promising apprentice rider Homer
4th Race "D" Natives
6 Fgs. Purse
$400.00 Pool Closes 230
7 Linda Susy
B. Baeza 115 Should score again
G. Sanchez 110 Nothing recently
H. Hidalgo 10'Jx Distance to liking
C. Quiros i03- Returns from layoff
D. Barret 105x Early speed only
J. Jimenez 105 Has strong finish
S. Hernandez 110 Rates good chance
J. Talavera lie Should be runnerup
3. Agunre 108 Enjoying good form
5th Race 5th Ser.es Imp. 4 Fgs. Purse $500.00 Pool Closes 3:00
2 Highland P..
3 Cool Cat II S
O Mttard 111 Last was revealing
H, Hidalgo 109x Could go all the way
Hernandez 103 Has sizzling workouts
G. Ramos 97x rLongshot possibility
6th Race 6th
a top class Chilean- jockey who sc-Hidalgo in the pilothouse.
3 Don Cirilo
4 r-Crews Hill
7 Dona Flora
8 Town's Wall
Series Imp. 8 Fgs
1st RACE OF
Pool Closes 5i4t
Could be upsetter 15-1
Jockey will decide 2-1
Hard to beat liere 3-2
Distance to liking 5-1
Doesn't seem likely 15-1
Jos Rodrig. 113 Must go much tower w-i
B. Aguirre 112 Could make it now 3-1
S. Carvajal 115
B. Baeza 112
O. Bravo 118
A. Credidio 106
F. Alvarez 108
M. : Horse
7th Race 5th
2 Le Matelot
6 Cordial "'
.j.r ;Jeeke, '-Series
Series '-Series Imp. 6
St. Cemment Odd.
Fgs. 2nd RACE OP THE DOUBLE
4:10 "Jimmy Cowen Handicap"
'A; Silva 106 Not with this rider 15-1
R. Cristian 112 Enjoying rare form 2-1
A. 'Credidio 108 Could be upsetter 5-1
G. Montero 113 Has good dunce 5-2
' A. Ycaza 115 Distance handicaps 5-1
G.,Bedoya 103x Waste of time 100-1
A. Aifaro 106 Hopelessly outclassed 50-1
J. Phillips,l05 Distance much too short 8-1
J. Rodriguez 110 Could go all the way 3-1
R. Vasquez 112 Has good workouts ,. 5-2
B. Baeza 110 Best early apeed 5-2
Ith Race "E" Natives 5
Fgs. Purse $375.00
Poor Closes 4:40
2 Silver Sun
3 Golden W.
6 Black Bee
J. P. Diaz lOlx Rates outside chance
H. Hidalgo 99x -Got left in last
A. Aifaro 110 Distance handicaps
A. Gonzales 114 Form indicates
J. Talavera 108 Doesn't seem likely
R. Vasquez 115 Could make it here
9th Race' Fco. Arias Classic 6 F.
6 Don Lucho
7 Blancor A
9 Siete y M.
10 Double Four
S. Hernandez 102
R. Cristian 113
J., Talavera 107
E. Alvarez 115
A. Credidio 105
G. Milord 105
A. Silva 107
B. Baeza 115
Parse $7500 Pool Closes
Bad post position
Class horse; ready
Distance to liking
Doesnt seem likely
R. Vasquez 121 Seeks repeat victory
10th Race 3rd Series mp. 6 Fgs. Purse $650
Pool Closes 5:40
1 Cervecero R. Cristian 112 Depends on start N
2 Chacotero A. Silva 110 Mutuels favorite
3 Behader S. Hernandez 110 Better this week
4 Michiripa A. Ycaza 112 Returns in shape
5 (Manandoagua G. Milord 108 Last doesn't count
6 (Mi Locura B. Aguirre 110 Good early speed
11th Race 2nd Series mp.
Could get up here
No. 1 contender
1 Charicleia G. Milord 105
2 Distante B. Baeza 110
3 Sicabu J. Talavera 110
4 King's Park S. Hernandez 106 Better thisr week
5 Play Boy J. Rodr 110 Rates good chance
6 Mondcsir A. Perez 115 Returns in good form
7 Ioniaa Pet H. Hidalgo 97x Besf early speed
Bright Spur Scores Thrilling
The Stud Muriel's stretch burn
ing Bright Spur yesterday returned
from brief one-week layoff in un
proved form and thundered down
the homestretch to overtake pace-
settinf Alnina for aineck victory
in the featured $750 seven furlong
sprint, for; second aeries imported
racers at thai President Remon
Alpina had outsprinted Homan
and Gazapo and moved into ., a
three-length lead entering the
homestretch. She appeared a sure
winner up to the final sixteenth
where Bright Spur flashed into the
Under a capable hand ride by
Sandino Hernandez, Bright Spur
woke down Alpina and hit the
finish line a short neck to the
good. Gazapo, which was second
to the homestretch, finished third
some seven, lengths further back.
Bright Spur turned the seven
furlongs in a creditable 1:26 over
the fast track and returned $7 to
win and $4.60 place:. The Bright
Spur-Alpina one-two combination
Hernandez and leadine fockev
Braulio Baeza shared saddle hon honors
ors honors with two victories apiece. El
Pequefio's $15.80 in the third race
was the day's best straight odds
in an afternoon of formful racing.
1 Rhea Calls $8, $4.80
1 Dofia Linda $3.60
2 Atomic Spring $5
2Atomic Spring $5
First Double: $55.40
1 El Pequefio $15.80, $2.40
2 San Vicente $2.2Q
1 Janina excluded from
2 Thunderstreak $8, $5.20
3 Grimilda $14.40
1 PUtano $2.60
2 No place betting.
. Sixth Race
1 Acc. Rendered $3.40, $3.
2 La Brisa $5.
1 Sapristi $4.60, $3
2 Oliver $2.80
Second Double: $(.60 ;
Eighth Race. j
1 Gran Capitin $5, $2.60 1
2 Don Sam $3.40
()uiniela: $12 ;
' .NtathTtaee .'.
1 Bright Spur $7, $4.60 1
2 Alpina $6
1 Artie Princess $5, $2.20
2 'Manuela Pedraza $2.20'
2 'Guadalcanal $2.20
1- GaviUn $4,' $2.40
2 Sunsque $5.80, '-''',
By CON R ADO
Siete y Medio
TO TELEVISE MASTERS
NEW YORK fUPD-J-Thft Colum
bia Broadcasting System U1 car
ry radio broadcasts of the dpily
play in, the ; Masters golf ;tourna
mem ai Augusta, ui., npru -o.
A previous annouscement aaidfit
would televise thcactlos April 4-5.
FRANCISCO ARIAS PAREDES CLASSIC
9th RACE 6 Fgs.
ONE TWO POOL CLOSES 5:15
1- EVENINC STAR S. Hernandez 102
2- QUIDICO R. Cristian 113
3- SANTILLAN J. Talavera 107
4- DEPENDABLE F. AIvarez 115
5- DEAUVILLE .... A. Credidio 105
6- DON LUCHO C. Milord 105
7- BLANCOR ..... A. Marschesini 121
8- RACAZZA A. Silva 107
9- SIETE Y MEDIO B. Baeza 115
10-DOUBLE FOUR R. Vasquez 121
fii i 1 ,i in ii i A f 'I i in'11
JIMMY COWAN HANDICAP
7th RACE 5th IMPORTED SERIES 6 Fgs.
POOL CLOSES 4:10
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLES
1- TEDDY .........(1) A. Silva 106
2- LE MATELET .....(2) R. Cristian 112
3- NEBRISCA (3) A. Credidio 108
4- ALUCINADO (5) C. Montero 113
5- PAQUIRO (6) A. Ycaza 115
fS-CORDIAL .........J... ...1...... (8) C. Bedoya 103 x
7- REINA (9) A. Aifaro 106
8-TRIRREME .(10) J. Phillips 105
9- NOGALINA ....(11) J. Rodriguez 110
10(SABIONDO (4) R. Vasque 112
11 (GOUVERNANT ...... ..(7)z B. Baeza 110
. i i i i i
1st, 2nd -6th, 7th RACES COLONt V ' '''' ''
DUPLETAS QHNIELAS For the convenience ;, ''' CMml0l
9th and 11th RACES of our patron, we lire Md A
4tjj anj gtn Race9 DOW operating at the , r2,L ".7
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.: .Editor; COfer1'?' 5ARCF.NJ J
-iTH I NAVAL' MIXED LEAGUE
Sea Devils .
' Sea Wolves ;
Uading 'averages' (Men Rimmer
16K King lee, uiuu i
Bfibt 147, Tyndall 136 Burcn-
-4.4. i9d ;"'' "" J
Sea ttopifds 4 See Dragons 0
thm Sim 'Leonards did not
.h.noA thpiit winnine spots ami
a result they are in the top
.tw) althoilch the seasoff is
quite young they already have a
three game advaotag This week
t. T.nnardi toved around with
the Sea Dragons who were with
out their- usual tire ana 11 was
jin vietnrv for-the Leopards
,-Barrister Lou Castro and his
fr laHv Dolores : enlisted the
aid of Herb Finch in breaking in into
to into the 50ft society. Lai's was a
K17 scratch. Dolores 522. and
Herb's 535 both handicap. The
niv Drseon not dragging was
wii:5 Watson with 518 scratch.
Both Lou ani Willie ejected 200
and 206 singles.
h Sea Foxes 3 Sea, Owls
Vnr aurhiie it aooeareii thai the
'Be Foxes' would be trapped and
kinned,,ior alL rour poraw, oe oe-causa..offailure
causa..offailure oe-causa..offailure of failure to
field : team, bu the night ; was
aved when th. tardy players ,p ,p-iwarcd.
iwarcd. ,p-iwarcd. and then proceeded to
stuff the Sea Owls for a 3 to
ount. 0l7 in the midille game
where this 1 Owls, ablei to- hoot,
when they won. by 9 sticks.
' The Owls .chief .enemies., were
In the fom ol Marge Moore and
Cliff Sweigert-en this ,'wpsome
tirbke through with CQ handicap
series. plus '. TQmmi4 Weisnaar
nn- ifilme- Moore baekea UUI
twosome of 1 "epa:" Wwlets wiai
so?' ana an caucucap st's. mt
Owls were la tough luck because
(our of their five bird hit 500
handicap seriti. Steve SathjUst
;orxy- doppert 7S'aiM nft
little woman v.ana "H JU"R
' Sa Cati 2 Sea Lions 2 f
In a battle of the felines all
honors were'eben for the eve evening.
ning. evening. Sea',Cats scratcheil an; 18
pin win Ui tuc openei. iJien. ine
Lions were not loaling when the
took the next one by 55 pins, but
thn Sea Cats came back with a
37 Din win but fell short for "the
Frank Potter, witn ms 233
game, xeaturea ine maicn, nu
his 534 scratch series was high
for the night. Willie Bathurst
flash ai) enod form for a' 534 ban
dican. All four of the Sea lions
that were present scorea auo nan
Hfrao series. Mario Mitchell 5060
and ner man nowara wo neien
Glud 592, and her man Lou 509.
Sea Devils 3 Sea Wolves 1
DesDite the fact that their big
bowler George Rimmer collect
ed 214 single and 545 scratch, ihe
Wolves were skinned by the Sea
Devils 3 to 1. The Satana of tne
Sea also had their big man work
in when Dorsev Tyndall smack
ed 547 mi wiped out Rimmers
Only in the middle game were
the Wolves able to howl and it
took Rimmers 214 game to turn
the tide. Other Sea Wolves that
stood up well were Pat Kimbley
with 532 and Jonnny Matcnein
534 both handicap. Tyndall had
two maids and a man helping
him. his .wife Betty 511. Lena
Burchett 529 and Dewey Bowman
, By HARRY GRAYSON t.
FORT MYERS, Fla. NEA
With Frank. Thomas traded to the
Reds, Richard L. Stuart looms
like a California redwood in the
now ambitious Pirates Jlani.
Dick Stuart must supply' rigtuy
hand thump, for Danny Mur Mur-taugh
taugh Mur-taugh admits his club could not
have made the remarkable run
of last season without him.
This is the same Stuart con
sidered to be a: bit whacky when
he showed up here two years ago.
I asked MUTtaugn n young
Stuart had straightened out
"f don't know whether he baS or
. T.- 1 L A- 1 r.. Anil
not, out ne. ,siraB"":"a
out pretty good,?. ,: fephed r otts-
ourgh's 1D5H manager 01 me sear.
"I don't know about his attitude,
but the altitude has changed.'!
When Stuart first snowed up oa
this lovely bank of the Loxa-
natcme.Jtuver.in we spirng
he was .'a recruit out of San Car
los, Calif., who had manufactur
ed 66 nome runs lor uncoin 01 me
Western League' and didn't mind
letting all hands know he could
bit a ball from town to town.'
Almost at once, he became Base
ball's most colorful character
aince Dizzy Dean, the most contro
versial since Ted Williams first
popped up at Sarasota.
When exhibition games started.
a Fort Myers jeweler offered $3
to the Pirate belting the first nome
run. in nis tirst trip w we piaie,
Stuart hit the first ball pitched to
him over the trees in back df the
left held fence.
To their astonishment, the
writers in the press coop atop; the
little Terry Park grandstand al
most immediately found them
selves being tapped on the should
"Where's my $5?" demanded
The Pirates kidded Stuart about
his boasts and the 66 home r
Schilling; Pace Sweep
Ftrl(obbe-Back Into PAF
Tennis Tournament Lead
Winning ae pa ra t e single
matches, sgi. Bay sscnuung ana
SP? Bill Pace iwept Ft. Kobee in into
to into t two-point lead In the PAF
Tennis Championships yesterday.
, Second-seeded Schilling made
'quick' work of nd Lt. Dave Ho Ho-'wajrd
'wajrd Ho-'wajrd of Kobbe in straight sets,
6-0y 6-1. Pace defef ted Albrook air
mu John Redmond in hree sets,
6-21-10, 6-1, A
; flaying as a doubles team this
morning, Schilling and Pace, were
scheduled to take on the Navy's
Ncl'2 team. Cn.dr. James Hiegel
'arid Cdr. Georee Bell, in one of
j the day's two semi-final matches,
j If they win as expected, the two
SArimy netmen will automatically
guarantee Kobbe of,. at least a tie
. 4' ietory would give them nine
Doints to second-iDlace Navy's six,
They are assured of a tenth point
when they meet each other Svuv
day in a semi-final singles match.
Concedine' this morning's dou
bles meeting, Navy cannot register
more than 10 points even u tney
ww aU of their remaining matches,
' Lt. (Jg) Kayesbltt ;and tmar,
Richard Sexton'Navy's flfst' dou
bles team, are favored to whip
Albrook Colonels Nicholas Powel
and Roland Sliker this afternoon
But from there on Navy will
be in a battle to; keen Its cham
pionship against the younger and
favored schilling ana race.
Lieutenant Nesbitt ls'nltted
gainst Colonel Powel in the other
semi-final singles match Sunday,
Both meetings are. set for 3 p.m
( iflBie finals wJUl belield next week
NEXT WIPHESDAY AT THE "CENTRAL"
Smouldering Drama! Emotional Fireworks!
Armed Forces 4 Best Netmen
In PAF Tennis Semi-Finals
The Armed Forces' four best
tennis players in the Canal' Zone
cross rackets today in the semi
finals; pf the PAF Tennis Tourn
ament at Rodman. --
Navy Lt. (jg) Ray Nesbitt, the
1958 1 champion, meets Colonel
Nicholas. Powel of Albrook; while
Army Sgt. Ray Schilling is match matched
ed matched aga'nst Jus Ft. Kobbe team team-nia!te;
nia!te; team-nia!te; SP5 BUI Pace. ; :. ;
Both jnatches are scheduled for
The Nesbitt Powel duel is ex ex-pected
pected ex-pected to produce the most in interest.
terest. interest. Nesbitt, nearly 15 years
Dick came back at them,
wasn't exactly tne mos.
member of the crew. He was r.
ing life and limb im the oii-"
Then he started, striking out ..too
mudh. The first thing ne Knew ne
was with Hollywood, where the
Pittsburgh front office decided ais
peculiar talent was best fitted at
Stuart hit seven home runs the
first week there. Pictures of Wm
decoratei Los Angeles sports
pages. Visiting a movie studio, he
was introduced to Jayne Mans Mansfield.
"How come you get your pic
ture in the papers more than: I
do?" she asked.
"You don'tvhit the home run,"
But the holes m Dick soon show
ed, and. he wound up. back .ia his
old A league stamping grounds in
Manager Larry Shenard of Salt
Lake City had the most import
ant, hand in the development of
Stuart., For whicii the Pirates are
thankiul. Stuart helped tnem nop
from a tie for last piece in W57
to second last season a'i'1 they
were in it until mid-September.
Shenard had Stuart when he hit
the 66 home runs for Lincoln. But
the young manager did the big
10b last season with Salt Lake
a position for him,' explains
Shepard. "He'd fall asleep in the
outfield while trying to figure Why
ha mooed im. Brineins him closer
to the batter kept him awake. He
might get hit on tne neaq oy
a.DaueQ pan u ne owo im i
first. That woke him up. jnow, uKe
most sluggers, all he has to do is
cut his strikeouts.
"Dick was eccentric, but he was
never obnoxious. And he is a
good thinker, although he had
lapses at times.
"Salt! Lake had the bases full
and the count on the hitter was
3 and 1. Dick was on third base.
I told him there was no sign on.
pie batter was hitting straight
away. As the pitcher wound up,
I. shouted, There he goes!' with
the idea of perhaps helping the
batter to a fourth ball or taking
something off the pitch..
"Dick broke for the plate and
was caugM flat-footed as the bat batter
ter batter took the second strike.
thought you might have changed
junior, will pit his stamina anc1
combination of soft ra urns an
lobs against Powel' s low sinking
lices and remarkable court stra
Although he is first-seeded play
er in the tourney, Nesbitt wil
have to be at the top of his game
to beat the qlever, foard-hittin;
In practice matches they hav,
usually ome out even in twe
sets. But in the last week Nesbitt
has been nable to defeat eithei
Schilling or I ace in workouts.
Powers questioned ability to gc
all out in five' long sets, which re
gulars followers of the PAF
matches are predicting their mev
ing wi'l go, probably will decide
The Schilling-Pace match
brings together two of the Zone's
long-standing court adversaries.
Second-seeded Schilling is rated a
soon jtaur 'mind,' he told me.'
"The main trouble was finding
Stuart had 31 homo runs and a
.311 average in 80 games for Salt
T.ak Citv. so he was called up
by the Pirates during the Ail-war
Game breaK. ne nit a nome ruu
in his first same in Chicago,
grand slammer the next. He was
off. He hit a home run m every
National League park. The Pirates
Thrived with him.
. h hit a 455-foot triDle over tne
Cnh's Bobbv Thomson's head that
hnnni-ed off the center field fence
at Forbes Field. Asked If that was
the loneest biall he ever ht, he re
plied. "No. hit a ball 550 feet
in Pueblo. The ball stuck in
miidhanir and thev measured it.
After all I had heard and read
of Stuart. I expected to meet an
otber,Billy JUoes. instead, Miepam
introduced me to a good-looking,
nloaaant voune man who at 26
has an even 200 pounds packed on
a six-three frame.
Stuart's pretty blonde bride of
10 months Lois, sat beside him in
an automobile outside Terry
Park as we chatted.
"They told me you were a pop pop-off,"
off," pop-off," I said.
"I was," replied Stuart, "but a
lot of those stories were made
I asked Stuart if he believed he
could continue hitting National
"He'd better; his wife said.
tvori'e off his brilliant court
me thus far.
Aunner-up to Nesbitt last year,
.hilling has been playing per per-aps
aps per-aps the best tennis of the tourn tourn-tient.
tient. tourn-tient. He seems to have shaken
s occasional tendency to play
sfensive.vennis and has been put put-ng
ng put-ng away opponents in straight
e's witlh a net-rushing game.
Pace, Texas State High School
'hampion in 1955, encountered
I'ficulty Friday in defeating
ohn Redmond, only an average
-layer, when the Albrook airman
ook him to three sets after whip whipping
ping whipping him ift the second 10-8.
The 22-year-old Army specialist
lays a colorless but deceptive
?ame. To a spectator on the side side-ine
ine side-ine he looks unspectacular and
mechanical. But opponents re regard
gard regard him with more respect.
Ask Schilling, whom he defeated
"or the Kobbe singles champion championship
ship championship last month.
. ... mill ; 1 1 nm..n imy-il
SEEKS REPEAT WIN Double Four, shown after his thrilling
post-to-post victory under the guidance of leading jockey Braulio
Baeza last year, is again one of the favorites to grab the major
share of the $7,500 added purse in Sunday's six furlong Francisco
Arias Paredes Classic. Double Four, which will be ridden this time
by Ruben (Caliche) Vasquez, drew the advantagoeus No. 10 start starting
ing starting position.
LAS VEGAS (NEA) -With a
record number of 26 golfers qual qualified
ified qualified for the $40,000 Tournaratnt
of Chmapiotis, Apr. 23-26, at the
Desert Inn heft, a morning lino
on the event has been set.
Ken Venturi is listed as favor favorite
ite favorite at 5-1. Cary Middlecoff is nect
at 6-1. Art Wall, Gene Littler
who won the tournament three
times amd Billy Casper are 8-1.
Military, Civilian Golfers
To Play In Annual Charity a
Golf Day Handicap Tourney
Military and civilian golfer
have been invited to enter th
third annual charity handiia
golf tournament lnternauonr
Golf Day sponsored by th
Military Police Association.:
The slogan for the 1959 MP.
tourney is "Beat Arnold .pr:
mer." Palmer, defending chau
pion of the Master's Tournament
will match his first round scor
in the competition against a
entrants in MP A play. He wi
sink his final putt in the 1959 in
ternational Golf Day Aprii
as he completes the first round
of his title defense at Augusts
National Golf Course, Augusta
Winners of the 1959 -IGJ will
receive key rings with rose bronze
medallions. Each medallion bears
the words "I beat Arnold Palmer
on MPA International Golf Day,
1959" on one side and on the re reverse
verse reverse is the MPA insignia.
Golfers desiring to enter the
tourney may play their rounds
any time before midnight, April
2, at the following courses: Fort
Amador, Rodman Naval Station,
Fort Clayton, Fort Davis, Gam Gam-boa,
boa, Gam-boa, Summit or any course in the
Republic of Panama v.
intry tea is l, plus greens
cards are available at the coif
clubs listed above. An individu
.1 may play, as maviy time's 'til. lie
.:ooses, provided he pays" &n n n-:ance.
:ance. n-:ance. fee each time. .fine1. Waif
te entry will be donatea' W the
Jancer and He?'rt, Fu$T&.
The -tournament is played" tin tin-'.er
'.er tin-'.er IJSGA and; local couf .eJfles.
.ny 18-hole course or two con consecutive
secutive consecutive rounds over a aifte-hold
:ourse may be used.
Players must decide In ad advance
vance advance whether they will use their
established club handicap or tbo
Callaway system. Ladies muy dd
seven strokes to their established
club handicaps before subtract subtracting
ing subtracting from the 1959 International
Golf Day score if they do not
choose to use the Callaway system.
All signed and witnfyse score
cards may be turned in at any;
golf course or, givea to any Mili Military
tary Military Policeman. s
Prizes will be mailed direct to
winners after results have Been
compiled at JGD headquarters.
BOOTS FOUR WINNERS
BdWltf, Md: (UPI) Jockey
Howard Grant booted home tour
winners at .Bowie Wednesday.
Grant-won aboard Ellie Dear
applicable. v6oeire4.40," TaWttan- Ptihcr($7.00).
Kings una pel k.du; anu.neau
Dancer ($8.40). J
V,s ' ' ,.''C'-t-' i
The effect of an Intense heftt wave on an emotional,
"volcanic. family in a small Louisiana town in dramatically
portrayed in Hal Wallls' new production for Paramount,
"HOT SPELL," which arrives next, Wednesday at the CEN CENTRAL
TRAL CENTRAL Theatre. The VistaVlsion drama stars Shirley Booth,
Anthony Quinn, Shirley MacLalne and Earf tbllhnan, with
Eileen Heckart In an imnortant rolo," -. ,
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hits, -Come Back, !Uttte SheM," "Tfta RosB fTatoo 'TH
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f PHILLIPS Oceanaid CoHaew
I SantrCtar P.
ame"l-l77 Cristobal 3-1673.
I ettt cottages. ,tween
Clara and Rio Halo. Ntw low
J rates. Phona Balboa 1 86.
FOR ltENT: Sp.aciout and mo mo-(lam
(lam mo-(lam sin. Ritarde Ariai Street,
"Esparta Building." Phona 3 3-4994.
4994. 3-4994. itKuieaiscs CIICPFNDED
ANKARA, Turkey (UPI) -The
'newspaper Ulu wa juspended for
one month and its editor, Ulku
Arm an was senieuceu iu i
montns impnsonmem vv.r
rjubhshing a story cnucai i mc
-government. The papers
eyg said the decision will be ap-
llGN TRADE PACT
LONDON (UPI) Britain and
an have signed a commercial
eaty calling fr an increase in
trade' between the two countries.
j A HOUND
This week there are a number
birthdays on tap in auuiuiu..
" --i-K inclii, line
teat of the "pause that refreshes"
' tins get-togeiner was uu
'the Union Club last' Wednesday
evening and we had occasion to
'pick up a couple of solid Quips lor
1 instance that Coca-Cola and Car Car-vta
vta Car-vta Vieia made in Panama, are
teally a boost to the productivity
. V nna hand
nf the young nauim.
Wt saw newoui-""" -,u
"stabla shooting the braze with
J .,.-.n. i iinvit v illi
HOG a wane nowaiu,
tional uuara mei -lighting
up on a Kent, and being
briefed about Altamira's picnic : to
Jjuefto Caimito commented the
' group ii teally doing a great job,
i that it r.
and menu me uyiAi
PA'i Olive Brooks, looked ench ench-'
' ench-' anting o say the le-ist in her blue
outfit while editor Reece Smith
lipptd P in Liquido, Eric DelvaUe
one of the wheels, with hs ench ench-antirs
antirs ench-antirs smile offered Panama cig cig-arrettes
arrettes cig-arrettes to Dave and Maximo Lu Lu-que.
que. Lu-que. while listening to vice-president
J. J. Vailarino's. jokes...
, In the meantime flash bulbs
ftched into briU'a'ieo the ctiv'ty
of the evening and two of the pro pro-togs
togs pro-togs on the scene rivaled wuh
each oiher to see who could rea h
to Dave, yours truly and Miss El Elba
ba Elba Co'lavos with their new Balboa
cigs, which really went along fine
with the beautiful souvenirs in the
form ol lighters with a golden bot bottle
tle bottle of coca-cola incrusted ... The
reading on the back side said" 50
years of bottling in Panama? ...
On the birthday list was little
Barbara Blain, who spent hei-s
last Tuesday evening with a par
ty given bv her parents Mr. and
Vr. Bertran Blain of No. 1, "Q"
arbara's guests included: Tere
sa E. Chan, Sandra and bracieia
Thomas, Berta Alicia Chan, Olilia
Rosem'an, Damiel McD ariane, ura
ripia Cowan. Samuel Shorter, Hec
tor Mes, Dorita Blackman, Rodol Rodol-fo
fo Rodol-fo Allevne. Nilsa Ogilvie, Car
men Sealey and Rolando Miranda
Dancing, serving of refreshments
rounded out the get-together tor
February was said to be the
Advertise m this section Ads only cost $0.85 per coW inch
FOR INFORMATION CALL 2-074O
Call LOWE, S. A.
Balboa Ave. No. 7 Tel. 2-4616
Authorized service for
Johnson, Evinrude, Mercury,
West' Bend, Buccaneer, Elto.
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
tor rites and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Monday thru Prlday
t:M a.m. te 12.-M
2:0o p.m. to 1:00
Saturday: i.Ot a.m. te 12:00
SHIPS TAKf REFUGE
KUSHIRO, Japan (UPI)Local
maritime safety board officials
reported today 25 Japanese
ihipping vessels had taken re refuge
fuge refuge in Soviet waters as a result
' VI SUM III UU CtUl UlU 1BIHI1U,
W FOR SALg
FOR RENT A two bedroom
apartment, maid's room and bath,
independent laundry facilities,
garage, cedar-lined closets with
locks, wall sate, hot water plumb plumbing
ing plumbing and heater. Call Jose Mar Marti,
ti, Marti, El Cangreio. Phona 2-3094
9:00 a.m. to 1 :00 p.m.; 5:00 to
FOR RENT! Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
two bedroom, stove, refrigerator,
Bella Vista. 43rd No. 64.
FOR RENT: Bella Vista two
bedroom apartment, very modern.
FOR RENT: Furnished two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, living-dining
set. San Francisco 86 Street No.
6, near Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartments, living room, dining
room, hot water, maid's room,
building recently built on Via
Argentina, $75.00 and $72.00.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment ($55.00). All conven conveniences.
iences. conveniences. 168 Via Belisario Porras.
driest one iln 68 years, and no kid
ding, probably on of the hottest,
Condolence goes out to Victor
Smith and family over the recent
beravement caused by the deatn
of George Keith, Vic's father-in-
Coming over to the capital on
business and to visit friends at the
same time. Iris and Mane Ware
ham, were teem around town last
Miss Violet Witter, was put back
Into office last week by members
of the Pacific Evergreen Garden
Club, which is presently planning
a fund raising activity.
Other officers who comprise the
board are: Mrs. Eva Fergus, first
bice-president; Mrs. lone Thorpe,
second vice-president; Miss Inez
McKemzie, corresponding secreta secretary;
ry; secretary; Mrs. Evelyn Wfcson, treasurer,
and Mrs. Vera Noad, chaplain.
The Social Security set-up in Pa Panama
nama Panama although it could stand
some improvement really, Is a
great help to families. It is our
confirmed opinion that members
of the community should concen concentrate
trate concentrate more on the advantages and
peace of mind to be had through
owning an insurance. However, it
would seem that because of the
unfamiliarity with the terms used
in policies and the manner of ac acquiring
quiring acquiring same, a goodly number ot
persons are inclined to consider in
surance as something far-fetched.
We hope to throw a little light
on some of the terms used and
their simple meaning to the man
on the street in subsequent, Hap Happenings
penings Happenings Around Town, this we be believe
lieve believe that we would in some mea measure
sure measure be rendering a social service.
Mrs. Euralda McDonald
listed today to come in for
share of congratulations on
occasion of her birthday.
Meanwhile, we take time out to
congratulate friend Jack Toppin on
his appointment as Magistrate of
Calidonia...A solid guy Jack, has
had the distinction of receiving
the first appointment made by Al Alcalde
calde Alcalde Heliodoro Patino.
Finance Tour New Or
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new car
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
NOT iO "OFFICIAL"
NAPLES, Italy (UPI) Police
said they have discovered a clan clandestine
destine clandestine cellar printing shop which
specialized in sinned "official"
Many local' criminals had ob obtained
tained obtained positions of trust with
firms by exhibiting the counterfeit
documents, police saldi
ON THE MOVE
LEAVE YOUK AD -WITH ONE fit- OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES At 13-ST H" STREET, PANAMA LIBRERIA PRECIADO I Street No. IS AGENCIAS
INTERNAL. DE PUBLICACIONES No. 3 Lattery Plaza CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 45 LOURDES PHARMACY-182 La Canaaqulllaf FARMACIA LOM-BARDO-JJo.
2 "B" Street MORRISON 4th of July Ave. ft J St LEWIS SERVICE-Ave. TlvU No; 4 FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS 149 1 Central Ave.
. iiDiiiru Mix 1S4 Central Ava. m HnilSFHni.n EXCHANGE J. Fco. 4e la Ossa Ave, No. 41 FOTO DOMY-Josto Areaeaaena Ave. an 33 St. FAR
MACIA VAN DER JIS 50 Street No. 53
Beside Bella Vista Theatre and Branch at
FOR SALE: '54 Mercury con convertible,
vertible, convertible, radio, automatic trans transmission,
mission, transmission, new tires, call Balboa
FOR SALE: 1957 Plymouth
Plaza Fordor, pushbutton drive,
12,000 miles, one owner, perfect,
$1650 cash, will trade, for older
model, call Balboa 2-1744.
FOR SALE: 1956 aation wagon
9-passenger Country Sedan. V-8
engine, Fordomatic transmission,
dual exhaust, low milage, new
WW tires, safety pack, large
wheel disks, tutone paint, and
rear bumber luggage rack. Phone
Albrook 86-6238, Quarters
FOR SALE: 1958 Vauxhall Vic Victor
tor Victor 9,000 miles. Excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Economy driving. Amer American
ican American owners. $1,500. Call Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-7374.
FOR SALE: Station wagon, 4
door, 1958 Ford. Perfect mecha mechanical
nical mechanical condition and appearance.
Priced below blue book. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Gambol 6-731.
FOR SALE: 1950 Ford,
car. Phone Balboa 3204.
FOR SALE: Model "A" Ford,
truck type body. Good condition,
WANTED: 1957 Lincoln or
1957 1958 Cadillac or 1958
Buick Super. Phone 2-0261
FOR SALE: Leaving coun country,
try, country, Citroen automovil, perfect
conditions, new tires, perfect
conditions, 25 miles per gal gallon.
lon. gallon. GO HANC--This is the latest
for executive offices, a leaning
strap. It was designed by Jack
Waldheim and Earl Koepke, of
Milwaukee, Wis.. It is sup supposed
posed supposed to revive tensions and
provide muscle stretching.
We have been told that over on
the Atlantic side, Mrs. Una ig ignore,
nore, ignore, Betty Reid and Esme Roch Rochester,
ester, Rochester, are handling the sales of
Altamira picnic tickets, for the
GRIN AND BEAR IT: First Hus Husband:
band: Husband: "My wife finds my money
wherever I leave it.'.'
second Husband: "My wife nev
er finds mine. I put it in the bas
ket with the undarned socks.
THOUGHT FOR TODAY:
"Tis easy enough to be plea
When life flows along like a song
But 'the man worthwhile: is the
one who will smile, when every everything
thing everything goes dead wrong.
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
With built-in Universal
NEW YORK (UPI1 The tta
tional Industrial Conference Board
reported today that 20 percent of
the nation'! 175 millions person
changed their residences between
1957 and 1958.
One-six'h of those
grated to different
movinp mi mi-states,
states, mi-states, the
H iv" :!r;i
FARMACIA EL BATURRO Parqoe Lefevre 7 Street FARMACIA "SA8"
Minima Super Market en Via Eapafia COLON OFFICE: 15th and Amador
FOR SALE: Simmons sofa bed,,
matching chair, new General
Electric refrigerator, 8.3 cu. ft.
FOR SALE: Rugs in large sixes,
Excellent condition. Mangle irpn irpn-er,
er, irpn-er, like new. Phone: 3-6775,
FOR SALE: Two beds With
springs. $30.00. Call Balboa 2-
FOR SALE: Bargain. One only
DeLuxa Kenmore automatic
dryer No. 553890 Floor Sample
3 temperature control protecta
fabric. 10-lb. capacity, porcelain
interior. Regular $269.95, sale
price $99.00. One year guar guarantee.
antee. guarantee. Sears Roebuck, S.A. on the
FOR SALE: Bargain. Two each
Kenmore automatic dryer, floor
eample-demostrator, 9-lb. capa capacity,
city, capacity, porcelain interior, regular
$229.95, sale prico $99.00. One
year guarantee. Sears Roebuck,
S.A., on the Transithmian.
FOR SALE: Quatermaster din dining
ing dining table and 2 mahogany chairs.
Excellent condition. $10.00.
523, Ancon. Tel. 2-1337.
FOR SALE: 4 burner gas stove,
Mrs. Walcott, Rio Abajo, 12th
Street. Price $55.00.
FOR SALE: 3-pieco living living-room
room living-room set. Chair .with ottoman.
Radio-Record player. Frigidairo
9 feet one year old. Chair,
tables. Miscellaneous accessories.
FOR SALE: Kitchen Items. Mo Mo-dern
dern Mo-dern Center-Table $7.50. Up Upholstered
holstered Upholstered chair $7.50, Hamil-
ton-Beach Mixer $25.00. Pot Potted
ted Potted Plants. Table-Center Mir Mirror
ror Mirror $10.00. Canopy 8'-6" $7.50.
Two Oscilating Three Speed 16"
Fans $17.50 each. Colliers En.
cyclopedia W Harvard Clas Classics
sics Classics $175.00. Three Large Potted-Plants
$7.50 each. Metal
Coat-Rack $5.00. Royal Type Typewriter
writer Typewriter $75.00. Adding Machine
$85.00 3-0207, 2-2217.
PHILADELPHIA fTJPD Ynur
teeth are a permanent health chart
Every disease and injury you've
suffered is recorded In them, ac according
cording according to Dr. Maury Massler,
head of the department of pedo
dontics at the University of llli
nois ueniai jscnooi.
Teeth are like trees, he said.
adding concentric rings as they
grow, ine rings of the teeth are
the layers of enamel. The first
layer is formed by the fifth month
after conception and from then
other rings from regularly. This
applies to baby teeth and to per
manent teeth alike.
Dr. Massler said that any injury
or disease causes a change in
the layer of enamel. Thus, by get
ttng a person s baby teeth when
they come out and by cutting them
across to study the rings, a doc
tor can determine accurately when
the child was ill even i'vit tyas
before birth. i
More than 40.000 teeth from
over the world have thus been a a-nalyzed
nalyzed a-nalyzed by Dr. Massler, who be believes
lieves believes the time of injury or ill illness
ness illness can be pinpointed within a
month. However, he stressed that
this method tells nothing of the
i exact nature of the illness or in
Mk for it by namej
Cla Henrlauei S.A.. Apartado 4S9. Colon
Isaac Brandon V Bros.
FOR SALE:. Mooney M-18-C
Airplane $1500.00, cash. Also 38
foot Diesel powgred boat. 2 2-3578.
3578. 2-3578. FOR SALE: Gorman Hi-Fi and
radio console, dark walnut. Seen
5:00 to 7:00 p.m. 0431 -J An-
FOR SALE: Long focus lanes
Eln.ar 90 n.n. F4, Hektor 135
nn. F4.5 motraphot light meter
will fit all Lcica camera $100.
Curundu, 203 1-B, 2nd St. Tel.
FOR SALE : Preferred (10)
and Common Shares of 'Finan 'Finan-xas,
xas, 'Finan-xas, Inc. Call 3-7833.
FOR SALE: Living room sat
Maple $90.00, bedroom set
Simmons $150.00 Hoover Vac Vac-cum
cum Vac-cum Cleaner Electric $35.00,
two girl's bicycles $10.00. Ca Ca-rundu
rundu Ca-rundu 203 1-B. Tel. 83-7219.
PLANNING A STATE VACA VACATION.
TION. VACATION. Beach home on Chesa Chesapeake
peake Chesapeake Bay in Virginia for rent
by the month or season. Three
acres, sand beach, all utilities.
For information call Canal Zone
3-2915 or write Box 317. Mar Margarita,
garita, Margarita, C.Z.
FOR SALE: Special prico 2.
Round Trip Airplane Tickets to
Lima, Peru. Phone 36-707,
FOR SALE: Bolex 16 m. .,
movie camera and accessories.
Phone Balboa 3204.
FOR SALE: 26" bike, $25.00.
Yellow canary and cage, $7.00.
Chaise Lounge, $25.00. Writing
desk, $20.00. Occasional tables.
Phone Balboa 2409.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE! 1955 Johnson out outboard
board outboard 25 h.p., good condition
$250.00, Tel. Balboa 3417.
Brooks Hays Tells How Telephones
Buzzed During Little Rock Crisis
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (UPI)
Former Rep. Brooks Hayg told
today how the telephone lines
from here to the White House
were kept humming during the
1957 school integration crisis.
Hays, Arkansas Gov. Orval E.
Faub&s and ,then Presidential As Assistant
sistant Assistant Sherman Adams were the
principals in a historic drama that
preceded the sending of troops to
Little Rock's Central High School.
Hays reviewed the circumstanc circumstances
es circumstances of the fateful September of 195T
in a new book out today entitled
"A Southern Moderate Speaks,"
He said integration was headed
for an apparently peaceful start in
Little Rock but that the appear appearance
ance appearance on the scene of then Georgia
Gov. Marvin Griffin and a Geor Georgia
gia Georgia states' rights leader, Roy V.
Harris, turned the minds of the
Hays said Adams asked him to
serve as a -sort of intermediary in
Arkansas between the state and
the White House during the criti
cal stages of the explosive inci incidents
dents incidents at Central High. j;
It was during some of the nu numerous
merous numerous calls Hays made, to
Adams that a conference was set
up between President Eisenhower
and Faubus at Newport, Conni
Hays said Eisenhower told Fau Faubus
bus Faubus he did not' criticize the gov-
Inc., P.O. Box 387, Panama City1
': v! IB
Via Porraa U eNOYEDADES A THIS
Guerrero No. 14221 TeL 432.
FOR SAltWUt 500 and 1.000
meters, In the Nuovo Hipodromo
Urbanization, across the Remoa )
Racetrack. All lots with street :
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W, McBamett.
Tel. 4-0976. v
FOR SALE: Lot 1.066 square
meters in the bast -location of
La Cresta, situated between "V"
Street and new street. For infor information
mation information please call Tel. 2-2170
from 8 a.m. to 12 noon and from
2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: No dealers three
houses built on ono lot of 2643
m2, in Vista Harmosa. Apply
personally to Libreria Preciado.
FOR SALE: Santa Clara. One
large house and one small house.
Completely furnished -on one
large lot with shades trees. Walk
to beach.- Near Phllps cottages.
Phone Margarita 3233 or visit
on March 1 4th fr 15th.
FOR SALE OR RENT: Furnish
ed residence, luxurious, at E
Cangrejo. Phono 3-0912.
FOR SALE: Triumph Thunder Thunder-bird
bird Thunder-bird motorcycle, excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, extras. 0437-F Frangipani,
FOR SALE: A.K.C. registered
Boxer pups. Call Navy 3689,
after 5:30 p.m.
BATTISTA EMPLOYS CASTRO
MIAMI, Fla. (UPI)-Mrs. Ellen
Castro is working as a waitress in
Battista a Restaurant.
Neither she nor restaurant own owner
er owner Ralph Battista is related to cer cer-tain
tain cer-tain Caribbean celebrities of he
ernor's calling out of the National
Guard that ,four only difference
is that I would have given them
The former congressman, whose
defeat last year was attributed in
part to his moderate stand on the
race issue, said Faubus came
away from Newport in a pensive
He said he attributed this to the
impression gained at Newport that
then Atty. Gen. Herbert Browneli
seemed to have blocked a defi
nite commitment to work for de
lays in further court action" pend
ing elarification of state statutes.
Hays said he repeatedly urged
Faubus to recognize "that the
power of the federal government
would be used to uphold the digni
ty and authority-of the courts. At
this stage the governor need only
have instructed the: guard to ad admit
mit admit rathern than exclude, the Ne Negro
gro Negro students."
After nine Negroes had been fi-
nil.. -1 : n J 4 n n tt:
nays 'related r.tnat,tnelattle Koc
mayor told him has chief of police
had reported fighting had Woken
out over the integration and that
150' soldiers were needed as son
"Being the only contact these
responsible oficials had with the
White House at thismoment, I
felt it was my duty teTelay their'
mtssalge," Hays, said.. "I lulled
Sherman Adams ind'he comment
ed cryptically, ,MThat"slL-the;.inif
formation I needl'ii:' i:
The wheels Werf thenf:Set, in
motion to send airborne, troops to
Little Rock. ;:' r
CARGO SERVICE FROM NEW YORK AND U.S.
ATLANTIC PORTS AND U.S. PACIFIC PORTS TO
THE REPUBLIC OF PANAMA AND CANAL ZONE.
PASSENGEIt SERVICE TO WW YORK AND WEST
PAMAMA AGENCIES! CO.
, Tin r mi u "' r. .,
vt? FOR INFORMATION
i ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS f
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 1211; CRISTOBAL, CX
.' PHONE BALBOA S709
Wanted to Buy
, "WANTED:-! 953 1954, 1956
Chevrolet Station Wagon, pre preferably
ferably preferably t passenger. Phone 2-
SHE TALKS Joan Collins,;,
J English lass who made good mj
I u.o. movies, is nappy aooui nepd
role in "Rally Round the Flag,
Boys." She has a meatv corned v
part that should make movie-
goers nappy as wen.
ALL-STAR CAST, SPECTACULAR AFRICAN ;
LOCALES IN CINEMASCOPI'bRAMA,
THE ROOTS OF HEAVEN'
' r til f fe ,1 U i tf .14! !;; 4s&t
f 11' V
THE ROOTS OF HEAVEN, Darryl P. Zanuck's lonr lonr-awaited
awaited lonr-awaited Cinemascope, De Luxe Color production, based on
Remain Gary's prize-winning best seller, opens next Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday at the Bella Vista Theatre.
. Starring Errol Flynn, Juliette Greco, Trevor Howard,
Eddie Albeit and Orson Welles, the-film is the first Joint
effort of producer Zanuck and .Academy-Award Director
John Huston. ,
The fascinating story revolves around one man, Morel,
an idealist who goes to Africa to live among, the elephants
whom he thinks of as the last "roots of heaven." He is gen generally
erally generally disappointed with civilization and launches a privat
campaign! against all elephant hunters, whether for hobby
of for professional purposes. Trevor Howard essays this role
and his crusade t save the elephant from extinction
touches m the lives of an assortment of characters por portrayed
trayed portrayed in the film. Errol Flynn plays a derelict, ex-British
Major who joins the crusade lor lack of anything else te)
do; Juliette Grego, sensational French discovery is the night
elub hostess' who falls in love with Morel and follow him
Into the junglCf And Orson Welles is an American TV com commentator
mentator commentator who tallies world-wide support for Morel's move movement.
ment. movement. t' i?" ' ',V,-A',V':
Don't, mis this all-star cast, spectacular CinemaScope
drama of 20th Century Fox, which opens next Wednesday,
at the air-conditioned Bella Vista Theatre.
4 COAST SOUTH AMERICA
t? (: PANAMA J-078.
BOA 2150 2119 y & jfS'V 1
IS TOR SALE
s TELEVISION SERVICE1
TV,- ; Radios, Hi-Fi Transfers
specialist. We service all make
and models. We don't pretend te
guarantee ow wirk, Wr guar guarantee
antee guarantee ft. i
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tivel
Ave., 18-20. Teh 2-1905.
- TV SERVICES
For tetter Nome Service, Alwtyg
Roly n - i i
I W.l TILEVisiOW,
Phono 3-7607 Panami. tervtee
from, $i00 ', JO:00 p.m.
WANTED W Coof eok and
r laundress house keeper, will
stay in, aH 2-2964, Call after
WANTED t Experienced Me
male, cook with references, for
one week at El Vail. Pleas call
3-0196, after 1:00 p.m. Mon Monday
day Monday or Tuesday, . -.
VATICAN CITY (UPI Pon
John XXIII yesterday received on
audience Kobert C. Hill, U. S.
Ambassador to Mexico. Hill, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by his wife, arrived
here Saturday on European va vacation,
cation, vacation, r
Help Your Pile,
Don't. Buffer from painful. itohina
Pllea another hour wlthanV irJi-f
heal Irritated membrane. 5 u
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SUNDAY, MARCH 15,195$;
THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
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lettlemenls Puerto Armuelles. oa
the Pacific tnu Almirante on ;tna
Atlantic coast teem to have drawn
ioser to us, or rather wev,to them.
s, COPA'a new schedule has come m
bery handy for week-encers., wiio
, like '.to come up -from the low-,
lands via David to Boquete and
cool off a bit. ;
' There is also a hew line v RAP RAP-SA
SA RAP-SA Butas Panamenas Sur Ame America
rica America with home office at Paili Paili-.11a,
.11a, Paili-.11a, Panama City, making good
. connections with Ciangat..o! ou
$e Pacific side.
Our first guests to appear in
Panamonte via- that route were
a young" cduple, Australian he he-licopter
licopter he-licopter pilot Sid Bignell and his
Welshbern -wife -Ann. ...
Upa arrival the Bighells were
shown the suite "Los Novios!',
, Nothing doing they had been mar mar-f
f mar-f ttebeteeady -for ten whole months!
; ; BigneW a.Royal; Air Force man,
l$ nowBmpbyed fhy ah .English
edmpany-.'ih.e Fife Airwork Ltd.
fi! service were contfacted-by
he United Fruit; Company.
! t .According ,to the yQung .man,
be needed a "paseo', for,ue had
kepousy in the air for fourteen;
i'MK?''l)urh every 'week-day,
when the wind soperjnitted,: ho
hai beuj tip i his iiJiCopi r for
Mhottrj''. or more snrayia ..'e
Chiriqui .Land's banana plant
m in Changuirio. a g :i t
t) jSykaloka disease. :1 A persii persii-Itiftt
Itiftt persii-Itiftt gardening job that was!
So wonder young Ann Ihad
ned for a hurricane or at
least a storm now and then. .Or
did she have herself too well, un under
der under control vfor such malevolence?-,
Most likely so for nobody
icould have appeared more agreea
ble and well poised than did
she. 1 J :
. Ann had come over all the way
from Cambridge, England, ,to
. marry Sid in ChanBuinola 'and
make their home there. Quite an
French Appetites Revolve
PARIS (NEA) Half a loaf
inay be better than none to the
average American housewife, but1
not to the vwomen of France
They want a whole one ajd
Bread, aH sizes ami shapes, is
an important feature, an essen essential
tial essential one, to the French meai.
p9rt from tradition, bread is the
one cheap staple t(iey can count
on in a high-pr.;ed economy.
Not long ago th0 Freoj' "i" "i"-efnment
efnment "i"-efnment was Jolted by a "bread
revolt" that apeaa t..roagu i.iu
country. , ,t ..
' At the time, bakers demanded
a one-franc-per-pound increase In
r. Ahe government-controLeo 'price
of bread.' When they were refua-
ea, ovens au over t rancecooiea.
i shop strike,1 h t'ng the French
J where it hurt most ci th-) smo-
f tier table. Long lines formed ior
3 the little bread that was ration-
Zed, French army ovens were
" pressed into service, amd rocks
7were hurled through bakery win.
40WS. ' '.;'-
. in time a compromise' was
reached between aovernment and
V-1 t. . All . i
uineri, out noi uiim many timt-
lie were .forced to endure bread-
-Bread everywhere in France
tastes lust ahmit the same. Lau
'j prohibits the use of preservatives
t .in the loaves, so the bread must
!tf i be iaten the same 'day it IT made
'I oi k becomes hard at a'-ronk.
I ; TAlthougn there U, little differ
ence in. i taste, French bread 4s
found lit' evert Ymssihl ahane.
Spme, loaves are 'pencil thin, oth-
e.are.as big as barrel tops. One
oi roe ..lost- popular designs 1
t oougnnut-snaped ioaf. nerfect f
doughnut-shaped loaf, nerfect for
a inging over' thr handlebar of a
r France eats more1. breafV per
J P?raoo .thaa ny country of the
S world. The annual consumption
J! in Paria ttlone equals all the ;tlm ;tlm-'t'Jn.
't'Jn. ;tlm-'t'Jn. W tbt big forest parka of Bou-
cornea thronrh clearly In thii
adaptation to climate and sur
roundings, was necessary, j nut
nothine seemed to have, been
easier. They are one of twenty
families living at the farm out out-side;
side; out-side; Changuinola on the so call
ed "base line'. Distrations aro
movies twice a week and lishing
in Sn San river.
Curiously enough, the Boque Boquete
te Boquete countryside reminded the Big
nells cl Wales. They seemed hsp hsp-py
py hsp-py liko "two kids witht ut n wi ivy
In the world" and thoroughly en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed tneirplayti'!W -nen tfcev
leit to go b.-.'ck tc Chanuinoia,
they w;re yen m.;ct- missed in
But them, that is part of run-J
nihg an inn. Meeting and parung
witn so', many people you come to
like. The'-'ever 1 JS"'i
traffic brings the..i J
from near corners ba. ir-j... .ar
ones or -vo.m ife v
ine time is when the guests seem
to hate leaving more uiau juu
dq to see them go. .
It may sound daring feut it will
be a Jiff to ? your, spirits this
spring:' pair of la'vendar kid
pumps.. Pretty, with navy tolue
andr atunning with the softer
blues.' ; ,.,,-''
Best investment you: can make
for the interior of ;yoitf handbag
cosmetic clutter -gathered togeth-
er inside, your bag and thus keeps
the bag neat. There, are many
versions In leatherand: fabric on
the market &-"; ft.;;
- Courage wit-i x.oiR is the one
thing that keeps the clothes: we
wear from looking drab. But if
doesn't mean, ever, that a-, rel
hat and green shoes will mi, lo
look well, colors must blend not
. ; i i.i i
loan "anl' Vineennes nearly half
a million tons.
: On this tasty bread Parisians
yearly- spread enough cheese lo
equal the columns of the Arc de
Triomphe--4a OOO tons.
For the French homemaker,
choosing bread each- morning for
tbs day's table 4a as important as
brushing her teeth. A trip 'to the
local bread atoreuaually only a
few doors away is made just
the moment shei knows the bread
la coming hot from the ovens.
In the bakery, a gentle squeeze
of the t loaf- assures her of ita
iresnness, the price la paid, rand
the ritual is complete except lor
Scholars j nlajr ddobt It;! out Jthe
course of history probably was
influencel by bread.
When a ; hungry crowd, eather.
ed one day before the Palace of
Versailles' iney were 'ireeted
Th woman who, qult
Zon schools, has returned
She Is Miss B. $turtevant Gardner, now of Woodstock,
N.Y., who for 25 years was the guiding light behind paint
brushes and charcoal sticks Injhs hands of Zone students
on both sides of the Isthmus.
Mist Gardner is a "retiwd
teacher who has not really retired
at all. In fact, she appears to be
busier than ever. When she left
the Isthmus four years ago, ne
chose her ideal "Hometown, L.
c i u i natiirallv. in a locale
w'eli-populated with artists. The
Woodstock art colony was started
v.. ..isrtpt n lrtists now num
bers well over one hundred. Mu Mu-mr
mr Mu-mr ooiipripB. theater ana
literary groups are prominent in
the community life.
with .ffuptinnate reBard for
the Latin America area in which
u. liverf for n manv years, Miss
AtAA to name her
un. m mnitntalnside "Finca
MffUty Little Farm. While the
name sounds quite applicable
w. it rildn't "take" too weU
with' her New England neighbors
"They assumad It was sup supposed
posed supposed to b 'think' -or soma soma-thing
thing soma-thing and I had misspelled
At any rate, her finca is now her
central point ot operation.
cinAi this return trip to Panama
Miss Gardner spent some time in
Hawaii since moving to.the States.
And there have also been a couple
of winter trips to Bermuoa.
Wnntetnolr npstlfld in lUC t-at-
skill Mountains in upper New York
State, is popular as
enrt th var around, but particU'
in th Rummer when New
York City teachers and students
maira th annu'l VBcatioin inva
sion. Summer is the busiest sea
son of all for Miss uaraner. 101
she teaches creative painting to
students of ail ages. .j
TJoiH bitrrtducinlf art W
ntiior. Miss Gardner keeps her
own brushes busy. She has ex
h!v;t.i in.wnndstock and the sur
roundine area, tn three galleries
in New York City, In Newport,
R. I., and Florida.
Art enthusiasts on the Isthm Isthmus,
us, Isthmus, who came te racegnlie btr
talants both through her Jin Jin-jtruetiont
jtruetiont Jin-jtruetiont and exhibits ntre ntre-will
will ntre-will be intarosttd to learn that
the has altered her style from
stml-abstract te complete ab-
ch that a nainter, like
any professional, must change his
pattern in time or become stagn
Her naintings were widely
shown it -the Tivoli Guest House,
Doiknn VMf!A and USO-JWB dur
ing the time she lived here. And
one of her murals may be see at
the Cathedral oi St. i-ukb, m u u-Cu'nat
Cu'nat u-Cu'nat hrmicht her to the Isthm
nc? sh answers, too logically.
hin", In exnlaination, Miss
Gardner remarked that she was
Marie Antoinette's surly, remark,
"Let them eat cake."
Not-a race to substitute cake
for bread, the French revolution revolutionists
ists revolutionists responded by cutting off the
heads of Marie and King Louts
XVI, and a republic was born.
The French scientist vParmen
tier in 1772 wrote at length about
the merits of oread connrm
ing what every Frechman knew
even then. He said:
"Bread is suitable to every
time of dayu every age ot .me,
amd every temperament. It lm
proves other foods. It i ao 'toer
fectly adapted to man1 that we
turn our hearts to it. almost as
soon it we are. born, and never
Ure of it."' ' S d
Modern-day Frenchman- have
been known to say It another
way: ,' ;:
-"A meal -without bread 1i f .like
literally, brought art to Canal
lor a visit.
at one time, a firm believer in
ship travel, and would go any
place one would take her.NAboard
a freighter in 1946, she,'' says,
"I painted my way around South
She has visited South America
four times, ad exhibited the
paintings she made there at a gal gallery
lery gallery in northern Peru.
Miss Gardner is a native-born
New Yorkor, although she spent
her childhood in southern Or Or-ange
ange Or-ange County. She profara to us
htr mother's family name,
She was graduated, with two de degrees,
grees, degrees, from Columbia University,
where, she says, "1 had the fin finest
est finest instructors in the world." She
received her master's degree
from the University's Teachers'
After a stint at teaching at East
Strasbourg, Penna., and other
schools, she traveled, by ship, of
course, to Paris. There she studied
with instructors at the IJeaux
Years later, on the other side
of the world, she spent six months
m.the Hawaiian islands painting,
exhibiting and studying Oriental
Besides learning of both an ancient
cient ancient and modern aspects of the
Pacific islands, Miss Gardner
brought home from Hawaii
some colorful and tasty recipes
for the gourmet.
One concoction which the has
served during her current visit is
a delightfully cool and nourishing
refreshment, a blend of orange,
pineapple and grapefruit Juice,
Danana. papaya, and she says,
''anything else you have handy".
She has noted a good many
cnanges noun in Panama and in
the Zone since she last saw it.
She has speci .1 approval for the
new construction and "beautify,
ing" projects underway. Noting
all the clearing being done in the
Interior, she remarks that "it is
beginning to look more like Tex
Miss Gardner Diana to'" return to
her home in Woodstock within the
next two weeks to begin a busy
round of summer teaching and
exhibiting. She also serves as pre president
sident president of the Woodstock Guild of
Craftsmen, which maintains a
Social Dictionary of much-used
phrases and their actual mean meanings:
ings: meanings: 'Do come by and see us some
time.". Not to be taken literally.
The person issuing that vague
invitation would be mighty sur sur-prised
prised sur-prised if you did happen to turn
up next day.
"Don't go to a lot a trouble."
This is a 'phrase used not to
lighten your load, but to ease the
conscience of a person putting you
to trouble. -i
"Itjvas a lovely party." This la
a remark women guests use to
describe all parties, good, bad and
"How Interesting." A useful
phrase, for it can be used when
you can't find any other word. It's
especially helpful when you are
being shown a contemporary
painting an obscure .gadget or
even when you are told a long -winded,
"We're having a few people In."
A "few people" can be, six, 16 or
200, depending oh your hostess.
Women, for some reason or other,
never 3mit to having a big.party.
"About eightish." nen your
hostess uses that phrase, don't ar arrive
rive arrive on the dot of eight. If you do,
she probably won't even be dres dressed
sed dressed to receive guests. Women' who
sag 'eightish' instead of eight are
never on time, even for their own
parties.- v ; -: X' "- '
"We really should, be gon.,;,
That doesn't mean that guests are
planning to leave. And vmi'll
suit them if you jump to your feetl
ami man snowing tnem, to the
doof.: The' thing- ypK are auppoe$
to lay after that remark Is, "It's
early yet. Do stay a litle longer,"
LOS ANGELES (UFI More
shirtsleeve weather was predicted
t0fy Xor th,'8 smog-famous city,
with the high temperature ex expected
pected expected to hit 83 degrees, v
Wednesday was the wafmM
day bf the year with a high of
86. bringing thousands of Aqge Aqge-lenos
lenos Aqge-lenos out Into imog-free air to
bask In the unseasonably warm
sun. The early heat wave extend extend-ed
ed extend-ed as far as San Diego, 126 miles
south, where the thermometer hit
a A-mmttg. J"
t jrf,-. ';''
MISS B. STURTEVANT GARDNER
ORIENTAL TOUCH Miss Gardner chose- a burnt-orange
hostess robe, an Oriental fashion she found in Hawaii, to re receive
ceive receive guests at the home of a friend.
cooperative craft shop and gal gallery.
lery. gallery. 1
A tribute to her artistic ta
lonts was her inclusion in the re-'
cently-published first edition of
"Who's Who in American Wo Women".
men". Women". She was among seven art
ists mentioned, from the Wood Woodstock
stock Woodstock area.
Miss Gardner has discovered art
entirely different trend of throught
concerning art, in Isthmian re residents,
sidents, residents, as opposed to Stateside.;
Starting Tomorrow Monday
Pre EASTER SALE at
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The tnost marvelous assortment
of Originals in
(Bride's Qowns at
RO-MARI, S. A.
No. 3-29, 40th Street
Opposite Maria, Inmaculada School
"People here are well-traveled,
and their viewpoints are broaden broadened
ed broadened as result," she says. "Fur "Furthermore,
thermore, "Furthermore, they travel for pleasure
rather than as a necessity to at attend
tend attend a wedding or visit, a friend friend-They
They friend-They have a wide variety of in interests
"And I believe their Interest In
art is sincere. I credit it to the
"Of course, I would," sine add3.
s HILTON j
l y 1 t
No. 329, 40th Street
Opposite Maria Inmaculada, School
XjtGHT from the old sod Itself
just In time to make St. Pat's
By GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor
From County Mayo, Ireland,
comes this festive St. Patrick's
Day recipe. Elizabeth Bennison
Keegan gave it to us, saying it
was her mother's favorite in the
old country. It takes it's name
from Irish moss that covers the
beautiful Emerald Isle.
.Elizabeth Keegan'! Moss Baskets
(Makes I 3-inch cakes)
One-half cup sifted cake flour,
Vt teaspoon baking powder, Vj
ciip butter or margarine, soften softened;
ed; softened; Va cup sugar, Vi teaspoon va vanilla,
nilla, vanilla, 2 eggs, beaten; 1-4 cup apri apricot'
cot' apricot' jam cup heavy cream,
whipped; green food coloring, wal walnut
nut walnut halves, 1-3 cup mint-flavored,
green -cherry -halves, drained (a (a-bout
bout (a-bout 15 cherries).
Sift together flour and baking
powder. Beat butter or marga margarine,
rine, margarine, sugar and vanilla together
until light and fluffy. Add eges
and blend. Add flour mixture anfl
mix well. Turn into 8 greased 3
inch fluted tart pans. Bake in
moderate oven (350 degrees F.)
20 to 25 minutes, or until cakes
test done. Cool 5 minutes; re remove
move remove from pans. Scoopvout cen center
ter center of each cake. Fill with apri apricot
cot apricot jam. Tint cream to desid
color with green food coloring.
Top apricot jam with cream, wal walnut
nut walnut halves and cherry halves.
If it's more green things you're
looKing tor to serve on bt. rat rat-rick's
rick's rat-rick's Day, try these:
Cherry Party Sandwiches
(Makes about 2 cups spread)
One 8-ounce package cream
cheese, softened; 1 tablespoon
the rfgHt time
for imm Sss
Italian Stfiss Colony
Btaee 1M1 at
are these Irish Mosa Baskets,
day a. taatUy memorable one
mint-flavnrp 1 trrppn rherrv lulna
1 tablespoon lemon juice 4-i eup
cherries, drained (about IS CUer-
nes); Mj cup chopped' Hates, tVt
i-iHJupea wainuts. outteren
slices wholewheat bread, 2
Combine cream cheese cheery
juice and lemon juice. Add cher cherries,
ries, cherries, dates and walnuts;' mix
well. Spread on bread to mike
There is a genuine quick-rfnx
Irish soda hrarl nnw in manw
supermarkets. May be what jfou
are a-uanneriug ior.
i- .- ,'V
Save the big $ieeel for- the)
larger rooms. Smaller furniturt
in a small room helps give an 11
lusion of spaciousness.
If there's asparagus in that su
per salad you plan to serve,, try
this: Open cans of whole asparag
us spears from the BOTTOM 10
that tips will not break when re removed
moved removed from the can.
When cooking spaghetti or ma macaroni,
caroni, macaroni, add one tablespoon cook cooking
ing cooking oil to prevent boiling over,
Tn starching clothes, put the
wrong side out. For white gar garments,
ments, garments, use the starch as hot -as
you can handle it. Starch those
you want stiffest first. f
You can grow an exotic,-palmlike
plant from the top of a. pine pineapple.
apple. pineapple. Planted in a pint jar' of
water, the top will quickly sprqut.
Mt for sn occasion to.
fllian Swiss Colomi,,
wines. You and your friends wuti
enjoy these delicious wines any
time! Smooth, subtle, mellow
. . because they're aged in retf"
wood, mellowed in redwood...
they've won more official
awards for excellence than any
other California vintner. No
wonder so many people serve
Italian Swiss Colony wines with
confidence and pride.
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With Bilingual Cast .
FnrrOR'S NOTE: As a feature of the 1959 International
Theater ?ebtio the unusual Potation
ta Spanish on one night and in English the next, b the
Si aaine cast, will open tomorrow evening at the National
; Cheater on Panama Bay.
!i On an early morning in 1936, in an arroyo outside
i the Spanish city of Granada, the young poet Fedenco
ilCarcia Lorca met his death before a firing squad. His
beloved Granada has been termed "the city that killed
f Its poet." In the intervening years the work of this poet
f,has betfome ever more famous and more Influential. Hie
poems and plays are now read and presented in all the
Imajor languages. In North America his plays have be become
come become favorites among university and exper.mental thea-
' 8STe production of Lorca's fork tragedy "Blood
i' Wedding", to be presented this week at the National
theatre, Lorca's intentions have been carried out with without
out without compromise. There are some aspects of thie play
which are surprisingly different, requiring a word or
Mfwo of explanation.
" Lorca, even in the writing of
bis plays, was primarily a poet.
Thus his dramatic dialogue is
frequently pure lyricism. The
world he presents is one in wmcn
Individuals from any walk of lue
speak with poets tongues. Never Nevertheless
theless Nevertheless his verse never ceases lo
be part and parcel of the Spanish
earth and its people. It remains
Wraple and direct as a folk bal
As with folk ballads where the
fantastic assumes flesh ad Moot
so in Blood Wedding do aspects
of folk superstitions become ac actual
tual actual characters.
The audience meets, for exam example
ple example a personification of death m
the form of a loathesome beggar
woman. It sees the- rising moon
as a young man, and hears him
speak of seeking the fugitive lov lovers
ers lovers in the dark woods where they
have taken refuge.
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cast as THE BROODING LEONARDO in "Blood Wedding" ts" Edgar Ameglio. In this scene his wife, .e!;'?""
Szo trfe! SteKtahta'haie so hard across the Spanish plains. Claude Aycock, J-1!
'ZnlmLmLlnttomt the group. A, M- lingual cast will give the play in span sh tomorrow night and
fr, wnS TuLdy S at the-National Theater. Panamanian and American residents of the capital ity and the Canal
z& li imi backstage work for toe djama sponsored by the panamanian-North American- As-
BOSTON (UPI) -The Russians,
who claim a world of "first," un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly did produce the first
man-made satellite. But apparent apparently
ly apparently it was an American who
Hihi'eht of it first.
JFoor Score and eight year
before Sputnik, Edward Ever Everett
ett Everett Kate manufactured "The
Hale's-satellite got off the draw drawing
ing drawing boards all right. But it cir circled
cled circled the-earth only in an 188$ sci sci-sne
sne sci-sne fiction article for the Atlan Atlan-Se
Se Atlan-Se Monthly magazine.
"JIale lent a great name to the
sause ot-science fiction. His fore fore-ears
ears fore-ears included Nathan Hale who
gretted he had only one life to
ive for. his country.
His uncle was the orator Ed Edward
ward Edward "Everett, who spoke for two
jours 'aC Gettysburg, Pa., just be before
fore before Abraham Lincoln got up to
ipeak for 10 minutes.
Edward Everett Hale will pri primarily
marily primarily be remembered for writ writing
ing writing "The Man Without a Coun Country."
try." Country." But he should also be re remembered
membered remembered for his "The Brick
'Bale's story, which was serial serialized
ized serialized in the October, November
and December, 1860, issues of the
Atlantic, concerned some Harvard
They first figured on launch launching
ing launching their tatellite of brick "by
, gigantic pea-shooter," but fi finally
nally finally used two "gigantic fly flywheels"
wheels" flywheels" to flick the satellite
. Wale's satellite men estimated
their "new moon" needed to
climb 40 or 50 miles to escape
"the earth's atmosphere." Build Building
ing Building and launching it cost them
Thp hrif-lf mnnn a?pidprrtallv
slid down its giant slide and into
the flywheels one snowy day near
Skowhegan, Maine. Thirty-seven
persons, including designers, worK-
men and tneir famines, were in-
siae iinamg sneiier irom ine
snow at the time and they all
ended up in the first satellite ap
parently ever dreamed of by
Hale's, fictional moon circled
the earth in an orbit (he used
that word too) 5,109 miles -bove
Its purpose was to provide a
man-made North Star for better
navigation for ships at sea.
Buz Hale also said the brick
satellite, duplicating one fuction
of the real moon, would be "the
second cynosure of all lovers up upon
on upon the waves and of all the girls
lett oenma mem.
. The space travelers in Hale's
moon reDorted bv signals, nicked
up by telescope, that trees and
grain grew on theier satellite
, Snow picked Up on launching
provided adequate drinking wafer.
All in all, it was quite a suc successful
cessful successful launching and Hale ap
parently thoueht well of the
He signed the first chapter
"Capt. Frederic Ingham." By
the final instalment, the author
had promotp-' elf to "colonel
style only; they are not part of
the Dlot. This has to do with sim
ple but powerful folk to whom
death and distraction are an ever-hovering
presences, a people'
who live hard, scratching a live livelihood
lihood livelihood from 'the dry soil of cen
A key character is that of a
mnthor whn havins seen her
men die by the knife, is possess
ed By a tearsome areaa oi any
thing "that can cut tne nesn oi a
man." Mrs. Shirley Berger plays
Eduardo Frangias, seen so
frequently in Panama th pre
sentations of the Teatro fe. -n-mental.
is cast in the role of
the bridegroom. It has whoi whoi-someness
someness whoi-someness and honesty of youth,
but adds to it the passion of
youth when It is embroiled in
events full of fooling but diffi diffi-cut
cut diffi-cut to understand.
Thpr i tho bride, a eirl who
lives' with her fatherMn the heart
of a dry wasteland, miles from
onv nthoi timica As sllfl WOrk
through the long day and nno tne
nieht she seldom sneaks, being
deeply troubled insic by the e e-vents
vents e-vents of a fiery past. It is she
who turns to the young bride bride-groom
groom bride-groom for security and peace,
But fate deciaes otnerwise.
Mrs.- Egla Blouin, who han handles
dles handles this highly complex role, is
graduate of Hunter College
where she majored inx Spanish
literature under Francisco Gar
cia Lorca, the poet's brother
The only person in the play to
urhnm the Tllavwireht ascribes 8
name Is the brooding and impas?
sioned Leonardo, played by Ed Edgar
gar Edgar Ameglio. Lionlike as his
name suggests, Leonardo is mo motivated
tivated motivated by both inner and outer
forces far stronger than himsell.
Unable to resist these pressures,
his actions impel other lives a a-bout
bout a-bout him onward to a tragic end.
In this play, as in au ot Lor Lor-ra's
ra's Lor-ra's -nlavs. it. is the women who
are made to bear the heaviest
Thi'c is hprause it was
through the women that Lorca vi visualized
sualized visualized not only the essential
spirit, but the essential tragedies
of Spanish life.
Two women who are swept
up in the rush of events through
no fault of their own,' and who
must share in the bitterness
which fellows, are the tender
and gentle wife of Leonardo
end his mother-in-law, rolfs
played by Thelma Carrizo and
riaiirla Aveaek resDectiverV.
So far as is known this is the
nnlv nrrvhictinn of the.' 1959 Inter
national Theater Celebration that
feature: 9 hilinPllfll cast. Manv of
its members are well-known local
ly through their previous, stage
nnnearairipps' others will D6 ap
pearing here for the first time on
The cast also includes Seymour
Barkowitz. Lednor Richey, Betty
de Sasso, Dody Moses, Carlos
? .' ,, ,.,iti ,iTp1nnnninf1iT'',v""f
" -'J' I
tha TVansiirv Tleriartment. for al
feeeJ income tax evasion. Not
nmtnui pieoMirnnnen. fnioruv ait
erwanl he'a sold out to a multi-
mlant enmhinA. Annarently retir
wiHnver. mie -. son. veteran
.single, Junior at Ohio State, geo
logy.. crettv gooa up uniu mi ee
-tnnnfhs on Nnt so pood now. A
couple of checks had. bounced
and he was currently" overdrawn.
Rank was tolerant because of
fairly large trust fund set up by
h loie Mra, i Howell "f, in aoa'e
name. Home m Detroit was now
mortgaged, to the, hilt. Heavy
drinker, gambled excessively. Vio Vio-lont
lont Vio-lont inmner Nnt nnnular ; with
employes, mucn union iruuoie,
mostly grievances cane tsrawg uu uu-foi
foi uu-foi laKnr nr-tires: One strike
.u m w r' - .v.-T- ...
lectins three weeks. No DOUce
record, except one ,arunKen tuiv-
"That's line. iw.
a'a. Tjw aiil.itt seems that
b .x.ntrikiitari lairv ( penerouS-
ly to a number of charities. Even
donated an iron luna w
dren's polio hospitair-iii the name
nf hii HasH wife." ,.-'
I was surprised. "Are you
speaking of Hugo H,"Howll?"
ov, of onurce charitable
donations are duductible, so dont
VAn'r ton cvnical. Lew. .He
ean't- ffet tt ail nac m utcuuw
tax. Who'f next?"
'Lott, Ambrose- C
naphelnr 49. no Known- reia
(TO BE CONTlMVlED
' NEXT WEEK)i
Greek Orthodox Church Will Push
For Recognition By US Congress
LEONARDO'S WIFE, playecTlDy ,Thelma- Garrizo, la advised by:
her mother. In the person of Claude Aycock, -as to what must
be done after the final- tragedy occurs In Garcia Lorca r,
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- t 7 ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS!
GENEVA (UPI)' Metropoli Metropolitan
tan Metropolitan James of Melita, newly-named
Greek Orthodox Archbishop for
the Americas, hopes to put his fol followers
lowers followers on an officially equal foot
ing with Roman catnoiics, rro rro-testants
testants rro-testants and Jews when he as assumes
sumes assumes his duties next month in
From his flve-story cnurcn
headquarters not far from New
York's Greek Orthodox Cathe Cathedral,
dral, Cathedral, the Metcopolitan will head
a spiritual community of 1,500, 1,500,-000
000 1,500,-000 Greek Orthodox churchgoers
scattered throughout North and
His annnintment was announced
.n into Fphmarv bv the Rt. Rev.
Ezekiel, Greek Orthodox Bishop
for Chicago and tne miawesi.
Born James Atnanasius l,ou-
couzes, the 48-year-ow Metropoli Metropolitan
tan Metropolitan succeeds to the post left va
cant by the deatn last juiy oi tne
Most Rev. Michael.
Motrnnnlitnn James. Who Cave
up his Turkish nationality in 1950
to .become an American citizen,
said he plans to push for U.S.
congressional recognition of the
ureex urinouuA mini.
.... ,' . 4. BAH.M.UtAM f
winning sucn ith;;iiimu,
ready, accorded to the Roman
Catholic, Jewish and Protestant
churches, will be one of his first
projects In office
n wmiiit Mun the v for as
signment of Orthodox chaplains in
the armed forces and in prisons,
and tor urtnoaox neneaictions
along with those of the other
major faiths at opening ses
sions of Federal ana state iegisia
"It would have a tremendous
moral value for Greek Amer
icans," the Metropolitan said in an
interview here, where ht is the
representative of the Orthodox Pa Patriarchate
triarchate Patriarchate in Constantinople to the
World Council of Churches.
"Tt would mean Greek Amer
icans would be freed once and for
all of what could be called their
inferiority complex. And it will
give them assurance hey will be
accepted and be part ot tne Amer American
ican American community," he said.
The Metropolitan speaxs irom
extensive experience with the
Greek Orthodox community in
the United States, whose mem mem-bers
bers mem-bers are concentrated in New
York, Chicago and Boston and,
extend into Pennsylvania, Ohio
and most of New England.
The spade-bearded, greying
churchman was horn in 1911 on
thp Turkish island of Imbros in
the North Aegean Sea. He first
went to the U.S. in 1939 to serve
as a deacon in New York. From
fhpn until 1K5 ho Wnrlcpd as B
priest and educator in theology at
churches ana weeK urtnoaox
schools In New York. St. Louis.
RnQtnn nnd Hartford. Cnnn..
He was assigned to tine worm
Council of Churches, oraamea a
bishop in 1955 and-promoted h
tha rank nf Mptrnrmlitnn in 195ft.
His title, James oi Melita t Mal Malta),
ta), Malta), is considered a special honor
elnoa It. malraa him tho hond nf a
small Christian community whose
origins are said to go oacK to a
landing on the island by St. Paul
Churchmen here say lames Is
one of his faith's top spokesmen
and Is dedicated to tightening Its
tins Orith nthor rpllfflnna.
As head of the largest oi two
Orthodox archdiocese. he ranks
second onlv to the Greek Ortho
dox Patriarch Athenagoras, who
directs the church from Constan
tinople. 1 1
The Patriarch himseir once
served as archbishop of the Amet
icaa irom an w una
" 1 1 "''mvW'-V
THE ROLE Or THE BRIDE in "Blood Wedding te played by
Elga Blouin. In thiyecene he tries to clear her good name ra
the eyes of the bridegroom' mother, Shirley Berger...
Meggers, Haydee Mendez, Rila High' School
Jones, Vena Bennett, Luis Marlt
nplli. Dalva Bremr. Eddie' Ed
dleman, Rolando Chanis, George
usrcia, Aitreao' snuarer, uioria
Toledano, and Sandra Turner, i
background mulo drawn
.from, that written by Lerct
himself If being provided by
Ftdarico Garcia Vatlo, playing J
- tn namturria, ana jota uuiner uuiner-mo
mo uuiner-mo thlarl, playing tha fulter.
.'The production is under the" 41
rection of Donald E. Musselman,
director f dramatic at fialbM
The Din v will be hresented first
In Rnnnioh tnmnrrow nipht. fol-
nn Tiiaflil.ttV tlicrht. hv Ihft
Anglian penomrance. ncaets ior
iwk' nAyfAvmnflftfrf 'VnAV 1 hA- nur-
chased at Morrison's Fourth of
t..i.. .'..j.. io i no
rfUiy AVCIIUC, AUUIUHW'.V!!' T,'""
Curtain. Ume is a:au p m. ..'.
la (UPI) "At i least 14 persons
.InfiiraH '-Tat I ftiffht in a
clash- between university students
C1IIU 1 V A. w... i
.Military SohooV it -wait jeporUd.
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George Pal Production
All Bate nf Pnkistatl 1 that ntxnr
ecretary of the Baghdad Pact
.uuuuu uuiuuig its tiixin. meet
ing m Karachi, Pakistan's cap-,
Ital. He renlanert A-urni 'R'kalfri'J
accountant ana uice bw"s!u r .".""Vk
No police record. Lived alone in a wuow t hs sovernmeni
small apai imou v -:
HaH not worked since Howell
lj .th. nKtniw mnn. dul seeiu
d to have money. Collected rare
k. nut t ntt was m. a aeaiei
h iiMtt. collected and kept what
ne coiiecieu. vjuwi vv
sionaliy naa peopw m uu put-
ment but never any aisiurDauc-
es. A weeK ago naa bsb.bu
in apartment building to noia
mail. Was taking a short vaca vacation.
tion. vacation. Had not yet returned.
"And he won't return," I told
Lew "Lott is dead."
. "Hromm," Lew said,
' "Go on. Anythint .else on
"That's all And now we come
Onndra Dcterman; I had a lit
.tie trouble then., Jam, but I was
Not "exactly. But her husband
"Husband?" I leaned torwaira,
my fingers gripping the phone.
"DUKE CALVIN, a ; racketeri
'small time, mostly nuisance protection.-
its small shopkeepers
afraid to squawk to the. cops,
, n,r stuff like that.
He" also a back room pool hall
JTvi. -. trairlr character.
'.. ... i tr.H 1j.aaii.b. no
Skippea town m ma j
was wantea ior quuut,
. ...itv, hnncr-tall. dODe
deal. Jockey confessed that Ul
Vin gave mo
"What- abo t Sandra?"
' 1IXY.4 4aA r mu nh ; thctTaV Jim
romea from a decent family pui
wild. Parents dead, out. sne
a brother who is a professor of
nimi bit Mijhi trmn State. : Alter
Calvin ran out on her, she gave
up her room and told her land
l.j., a, eh. m mime to spend
the summer with ner dtuuhu m
a cottage on Lake Krie musi m
1 knM vnll nrA now.
"It's Close," 1 said. ; wnen uiu
she marry Calvin?" -. J
1 guess she supported. Calvin, part
of -the time-worked in beauty
shops off anas on."r
"You're sure sne s trau mm.
te him?" ' J.
1 111. BUIV. ,1 11
ed tM court house personally.
'AnH nrr twilfoe record?k'.
"Nope, not on the book.
i- tiuinn ani rtin Sandra
have any othei boy iriends?
xitAtiKitf i laxnrnMi siie was
keeping company with a big shot
m the auto inausiry,. uu. van
give you his name over tne
"All right, uew. ic wura.
Figure your time and expenses
and' charge it to the Cleveland
ffi I'll nlrav. tt to the BGCOUnt-
ing boys In New .York. And -re-
mma m w mi jw
I see you."
iio laiivhed. "Clad to be? of
help pal, but it'll cost you 'more
than a beer. ..
t PICKED up the Imone 'once
my t asiren ihft onprntnr ume
cottages at Mariana Beach were
equipped ; with teiepnonesj one
saia, mat mosi oa me cwma
tYturM noro nnt pent a few
which were rented for the entire
season. I told her to try ana gn
me the cottage rented by vicwr
rw.i-,.1 an .ho nid she would
try, sir. I held on for about three
m mutes, men man s voico u
impaUently, "Hello, hello.
"Mr Victor uswsrmanf
Russ Tamblyn alan Young
Terry-Thomas- Peter Sellers
" Mr vicxor ubihiiwui
Yei;' yes. What do you want?,
"la Sandra thera''
TODAY we today
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BEST. Ay.WHY -IRISHMAN?
SURJS and It wouldn't be St
Patrick's Day without a story
about an Irishman. v Here's one
with a Western flavor. IP some
thing of a wiU.testerr v.
It seems' there' was poker
of a Western saleoii,; Other par-.
ticipants had faded out. Left, at
the table were three professionals
and an Irishman who was pegged
for a tenderfoot The Irishman
-had been aroundr however, -arid
was ready for their trickery. ?
The Irishman guessed the big
lpot had "come up when he was
dealt four aces and a seven. He
, was stire of It when his tentative
bet was substantially,; raised.
If his hunch was correct, he'd
J-jUUUCI VV UlUy
IT takes many steps to make a
town into a city. However,
TOWN,: can be transformed Into
.CITY in no more-; than 'Jseveh
; "steps- by the word adder method
of changing one letter each step
to "leave a commpn ". word. The
. order" of letters ,ca'nnot be'
changed.) Can you effect the
. transformation ?
Example of the method; Boy,
bay, ban, man. ;
? "itjo "9H3 bjiuj 'ejoui 'bjoui 'bjoj
'aoj 'umoj B Asm 8uq intiBV
,pOR some fun at your next
T party, have v ready several
bulky, odd-shaped cobjects and
Wrapping materials. Have two
couples at a time race in wrap wrapping
ping wrapping and tying packages. Each
couple must stand together; using
one partner's right hand and the
other partner's left hqfid. They
must hold the other hands behind
:them clasped firmly together.,
TO find the identity .of i two ";
members of the animal king
aom niuueii m um P' oove,
dolor me areas as' inaicatea. f
Where R-.appears, add Red; B,
Violet: Bk Black; Br, Brownr O,
Green. Later, you may wish to.
cut the' tolored segments apart,
and makes a Jigsaw puzzle of the
completed, picture. j. j-,
Can you 'guess what's pictured ?
.Some of the lines are' meant to
deceive you, of course.
find himself backing his four
aces against a straight flush pro pro-(duca1
(duca1 pro-(duca1 by sleightof-hand, with
the other two opponents having
dropped, out after a raise or two.
Of i course, he ohld-toss in his
hand and ref use to bet, but he
wanfed to outsmart the smarties.
.- As it turned out, he did. Op Opponents,
ponents, Opponents, hands are shown above.
How did the Irishman win, as assuming
suming assuming that his hunch, about a
rigged deck was true ?
-raw jo j)Bd mi bom pus 'qsny
JH3BJ8 8jaduioD oi luisjp ABq o
8SA juauoddo sm pjso q oM asm
-qBijj -ljaap pajbBjB eqj u( mbjp
em jo japao m SuH1s8dn.iq3.raqj
'doj -?qj jjo esaqj Bsp pu UMop
Hp eqj jnd oj pq J8iB9p sq) juooui
E!4X 'Biqvj sqi uiojj lB8p '8jaqjo
Aiqj joj paiss pus sp.iBD 3.iqj
pspjBasip UBiuqsJi eqjl : jasuy
Shorthand 1 Class
IAT type of instrument re-
v corded the unusual mark-
tags above? Seismograph? Car
diograph? Lie Detector?
Truth of the matter is, it
wasn't-recorded by any instru-.
mentj but rather by a pencil held
in a human hand". Toni and Mary,
a couple of young ladies who take
shorthand together, hit on .this
handiwork as a secret means' of
vEach of the horizontal spaces
between lines represents a par particular
ticular particular tetter. The message is
read by following the heavy black
line, from letter to letter. Small 1
circles indicate ends of individual
words. ' '- '. ;
The message is read from left
to. right For your information -the
t.message is written 3n' th9
form of a. letter.
How qliickly can you
the code ? i
-Bu aqj ,.:)uoi 'piqui jou op )U8
-jBd jiioX J 'asitoq jnoX IB .tspung
pusds oj Sun ;pnoq JB8Q.
a '3 'v 'a' 'n 'i t s 'h 'd
'n fl "X 'J. 'd -N 'A BJ8jj8 luasa.idsj
uiojjoq oj doj iuojj ssosds immiov,
XT' 1 rj 46-Elishs casi
11 lOU COMlt? Ul
--Ry tnIs on friends! PJCk up
certaln.number of coins and l1 (cono,
If I had as many agalrt, ball
as many, again and two and a.
half I mniiU hnvo 2(1 rnln In
,. T -
my hand. How many coins nave
' I Jn my hand at present ?". 88 Sacred, picture. (
See if you can determine how-lV2?rSaJP' l
ai. i 71 Father of Menahem (2 KL 15:
many corns are necessary, Tor the .", 14) 1
. stunt to work. -. 72l-rPilaster
-ppau a foioa nsAsg UMauy 73 King of Tyre (2 Sam. 5:11)
' r I
Ah Spring! Tis Here,
Hilt tit Mtrtt A vvi
'. .. i' i. . t
i Km c,i .Ui
eridge, tends Itself appropriately
to the following test. Spring is al already
ready already here, it seems, but owes ltsN
appearance to certain incomplete
words for which definitions are
given. Howmany can you com com-'pleteir
'pleteir com-'pleteir ."..
(A) 8P- Scarce
--RI-- Try hard
N G Be the property of
8 P - - To scatter
--R I -- Deserves
SP--- A talk
--R I A long step
---NO A. thread or cord
(DJ S P A form of the piano
.-R I -- Showy
; NG Subduing
SP--rr Thin .strip of wood
---- N Q
'SunoA jjJn ')Wi(ls a gu
qneadB 0 SuoJ) HJiaui 'psajds g
In Black and White
HUN something is down in
black and white, we usually'
regard it as so, but not here.
Hold this drawing about two
inches fronf .your eyes and stare
at it intently. Things will begin
to happen. Blacks, whites
which are which?
ON a class field trip, these
youngsters saw some strange
and wonderful creatures. You can
find out where they went and
what they saw by drawing a line
from dot 1 to dot 2 to dot 3, etc.,
Btr Euoene Shelfer
1 One of the gifts brought to
the infant Jesus (Mat 2:11)
5 Mohammedan clerics.
10 In a prophecy this type of per person
son person would not be called liberal
14 Curved molding.
15 Mount upon which Moses re re-,
, re-, ceived the Ten Commandments
, (Ex 19:20
16 Ox of the Celebes.
17 A Semite.
18 Stage whisper.
20 Spanish women.
22-4Peak of the Himalayas.
24 Cereal grains'.
26 Geological age.
27 Jesus gave this with the fish
to (he disciples (John 21:13)
30 The sun.
32 Among the forbidden foods for.
the Israelites (Lev. 11:30)
SO-i-Foam of soapsuds.
38 Church bench.
41 iForest tree.
42 A chief priest (2 Ki 25:18)
46 Elisha cast this Into the pot
49 Crowlike birds. y.
56 Babylonian od.
,i 58 Ecclesiastical courts.
:' 60 Placr in" which Ahab
- nviT laraoi 11 ki ik:ziu
7 IO 2 q
. s 16
- 4 .2
v't toe are Irish t -"
1 toea are Irish
(risb up In any
potato by turning
It xlnto a iham iham-rock
rock iham-rock printer. You
can have' aome
fun reproducing this design for St Patrick's Day. A
potato, knife and green poster paint are needed.
To 4egin, cut a good-size potato in half. Carve a
h am rock design on either half following the pat pattern
tern pattern above (cut away white area about one-quarter
of an Inch deep).
When finished, apply poster paint to design. Press
design down on paper and lift straight up.
STRIKE OUT FOR FUN!
By B. 0.
strike in t
diagram at right,
that .is, to suc succeed
ceed succeed in crossing
out all of the
must find the cor correct
rect correct answers to
the definitions be below,.
low,. below,. If the an answer
swer answer to No. 1, for
Instance, is 0,
cross out 0 in the
diagram; if the answer to No. 3 is 4315, cross out
4, 3, 1 and 5, etc. Answers may have as, many as
five digits. Can you bowl a perfect game?
1. A handful of fingers:
2. A sextet, a septet and an octet: ,
8. Theatrical note worthies: Franchot T and
4. Canada embraces the standard time tones
of the U. 8. plus others.
fl. Pluto, planet number nine, was discovered by
Professor Lowell, of Harvard, In 10
'(0E6I) oji 8jql i om pa jnoj '(uiuS.ioa
"euoj,) uiu uo 1 'jqSl 'oitti 'xig f 'i i (isjtinv
until you have Used up all of the numbers. Where
two numbers are close to one dot use the dot for
Afterwards, use colored pencils or crayons to
color the picture appropriately.
umiWib qj js J iJ8jlanoX eqj, : jataf
74 There were twelve wells of
water here (Ex. 15:27)
75 Engage, as gear teeth.
76 Oriental weights.
77 Oriental coins.
1 Tibetan gazelles.
2 Fairy tale monster.
4 Rebekah's nurse (Gen. 35:8)
9 His father was prepared to
offer him as a sacrifice (Gen
6 Fails to hit
9 Sifting utensiL
11 Arrow poison.
12 Parcels of land.
13 The Orient
21 Excursions on horseback.
23 Bitter vetch.
25 He accompanied Paul Into
Asia (Acts 20:4)
28 Demolishes (var.)
29 Salomon was wiser than he (1
31 Hawaiian garland.
33 Directed toward.
37 Corded fabric.
89 Armed conflict
44 He was hanged on the gallowt
he had prepared for Mordecai
XTs at Face Vahie
i A squaicu lumuies pool i
r j i r.
clock la the same as seven
times X minutes before 8 o'clock.
how much la X?
Answer in 1 minute, If you can.
-' 1 'AU t aniA ,x uv
OUtrlbulkd by Ring rture Syodlcat
parade la a
lot of fun, of
course, but a dar daring
ing daring young man
among the spec spectators
tators spectators at right is
anxious to meet
his, pal -on the
other side of the
tine of march. Be Beginning
ginning Beginning at point
A, at top, he
makes his way to
point B, bottdhi,
finding a break
in the procession
at point X, cen center.
ter. center. Progress of the
parade Is as fol follows:
lows: follows: Beginning
at small arrow,
through point X.
center, and end ending
ing ending at arrow, up upper
per upper right
H o w quickly
can you trace the
young man's path
and also the path of the parade ?
More than one person can par participate
ticipate participate if the diagram is covered
with tissue or tracing paper for
rIE longer a substitution
crypt is the easier it is to
(solve, ordinarily, for it provides
you with more clues. Short ones
usually are tougher. This one,
with a total of only 35 letters,
however, should be fairly easy,
for all the words are short and
Jamiliar. There are two two two-letter
letter two-letter words, and a repeated
three-letter word to give you
Solve it and read a timely
quotation from Tennyson:
XS 3 V
I qojq ,,"J88u
Sao f.pjq qi Xq
trio of sep
In the diagram
at right All three
make sense, how however,
ever, however, if you fol follow
low follow these in instructions:
structions: instructions: Cut out the en entire
tire entire drawing (in
To see the first
scene, fold, dotted
line I down to
meet dotted line
3. Hold this in
place and fold
dotted line 4 down
to meet dotted
line 6. What do
. Scene 2 will ap appear
pear appear as follows:
fold dotted line 2
down to meet
dotted line 4.
Hold in place;
fold line 6 down
to meet line 7.
To see the third
scene, fold line 3,
down to meet line
5. Hold in place.
Fold line 6 to 8.
47 His children were among those
who returned to Jerusalem
and Judah (Ezra 2:45)
50 Distinctive aspects.
62 Indian weight (var.)
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mains there when his hand is removed. The trick
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exerting a strong upward pressure. The coin will
remain for a surprisingly long time.
Defying Gravity: The performer displays a half
dollar and a small piece of paper. He states that
he is willing to bet that If he drops both simultane simultaneously,
ously, simultaneously, gravity will cause them to fall to the floor
at the same time that is, the paper will fall as
rapidly as the coin. This seems unlikely, of course,
but it can be made to result If the small piece of
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62 Pithy sayings.
63 Operatic solo.
64 C-od of war.
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