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THIiS GROUP 6 ATLANTIC SIDE DELEGATES, arrived by train to attend Crossroads Boy
Btate 2d Caribbean Girls State this Veet at the USA3CARIB Annex Fort Clayton. Greeting
tolirPacifib "3de Sosta are (left to .right) : Alar ianhe Smith, Michael McBride Diana -Smith,
Maurice Belanger and Pete Ender. , (US Army Photo)
Commission Type City Government Is Choice
Of Boys Staters; Girls Elect 2 Christines
rrnssroads Bovs State delegates decided in a commission form of ity government late,
yesterday for their town of Lockport which was converted into a city during yesterday's ses-
Si0nlpanwhile.Ythe Caribbean Girls Stite voters selected the mayor-city council type of
structure for their cities of Ghiquita. Corners and Tippecanoe; and the Najtionalist party
rame out oiT ton over the Federalistparty in election of city officials.
In Chianita Corners the Nationalists elected Jeanne Nickerson, comptroller; Christine
Huff mayor, Karen Lytle and Helen Smith, council members, and the Federalists elected Ruby
Hall 'and Virginia. JPerra to the council.
Suzanne Hele,; Comptroller, and
Christine Harrison, mayor, headea
the list of successful Nationalist
candidates in VTippecanoe, iobciu iobciu-er
er iobciu-er with, their party's, Ellen Renme
and Carole Symonds on the coun coun-cil.
cil. coun-cil. The. FederaUst council mem mem--
- mem-- bers are- Diana ;Ra& Smite and
Final outcome of thet hoys e e-lections
lections e-lections for. town officials of Lock Lock-port
port Lock-port : were George Rambo, town
clerki Grady 'Hesters, J ,nd
Jim McGloin; -moderators; and se selectmen
lectmen selectmen PhilUp 1 Casaus, George
Trail, Bud, Batcheldor and, Don-
Boys' election officials -chosen
were Ray cataweu,; .evm nen nen-Aan
Aan nen-Aan and Alan Scott; with alter'
nate James and William. : Will
and Melvin M. Fields. 1
Th most 'significant vent
of ywterday's program was
meeting by Grv; W. E. Potter
'-and mtmbtrs of the U.S. v com community
munity community eh1c councils at, 7:30
p.m. deonstrating how ahlrt
sleeve conferences oprate for
the benefit of a joint 'assembly
of the Boys and Girls' State dU
agates. ." .
The hoys and i girls organiza.
lnna will continue to pursue
hoii indiinendent programs : of
practical work in citizenship and
government auring uie u.
Thu hnvs erouo visited (the BSl
boa Police Station 'yesterday
morning for instruction by .Capt.
nHrii Wll' anH his Staff OA W
cal, county, sta,te and national'
law enforce ment. Police instruc instructors
tors instructors included Ca,pt. Stewart P.
. Trail, Lt. Harvey G. Rhyneand
Sgt. Walter Alves.
1 Then the1 boys carried' out' the
campaign for I city elections and
vote fop their municipal officials.
During the' day -the girls stu
died country government wun
Charles i M. Wilson, Jr., education
advisor at Fort Clayton, This, was
followed by a period on state gov government
ernment government by "David : A.'Sneir. in
structor In government and hlstoj
ry at naiooa: juign, scnooi. , v
Yesterday afternoon .the two
girls parties, Nationalist and Fed Federalists
eralists Federalists met in 1 separate rooms
to draft platforms for tha tat
lectionsand hold primary elec
tions of candidates for the state
offices. The girls are supervised
by Dr. Merril G. Symonds, direc director
tor director of the Canal Zone program
for Florida Staia University, and
the Girls Sta'te counsellors.
Beth boy and girl delegates
attended an inaugural ceremony
for city officials at the USAR USAR-CARIB
CARIB USAR-CARIB annex building in Fort
Clayton last night at 7 o'clock.
Parents have bn invited to
The high school delegates work
ed nearly a full 12-hour day Fri Friday
day Friday during their first full day of
SENIOR COUNSELLOR. Eugene Rothmund (standing center) handles a question on different types of City governmenta during
a meeting of the town cf Lockport, held by young delegates to the Crossroads Boys State at Fort Clayton. Listening to the ex exchange
change exchange 'are (left to right) senior counsellors James P. Movers and Robert E. Hilden, junior counsellors Tony Wemble and Reed
Hopkins, Rothmund, and delegates Grady Hesters, Jr. and George Rambo. All senior. counsellors at Boys State are soldiers
coutsgs graauates especially selected jrom ueAJttuAJtt
'JLef 19 people
They wre addressed pn citizen citizenship
ship citizenship by Alfred J. Gauvin, depart department
ment department commander of the Ameri American
can American Legion, and by Lt. Col. Ar Ar-tnur
tnur Ar-tnur G. May of the USARCARIB
School, Fort Gulick.
Paul Runnestrand, executive sec
retary of the Canal Zone, spoke
on problems of the Canal Zone ci
tizen. Mr. Lovelady is president
of Lodge No. 14, American Feder
ation of Government Employes.
Final speaker for the Friday
evening session was James El Elliott
liott Elliott discussing "what labor unions
do for the Canal Zone citizen. He
is an instructor in the zone
schools and a union official.
know the truth mid the
PANAMA, B. P., SUNDAY, -MARCH 22, 19S9
Press Gag Law
Tftlecations of newsmen and ra
dio announcers from all over the
republic of Panama gathered last
night at Aguaauice tor me Diggesk
newsmen's conference in the his-
tory oi me repuouc mua j
- The congress was sparked by a
recent government-sponsored de de-sent
sent de-sent to the Permanent Le
gislative Committee, proposing
; new curbs on publications and
siaiemcDis uontciuius uic inc incident
ident incident and other govfjrnment of-
Hundredsf observers are also
scheduled to attend today's, con conference,
ference, conference, which is sponsored by the
Panama Newsmenrs Union. Work Working
ing Working sessions are scheduled to be be-ein
ein be-ein this morninc and end tonight
whNuj. the delegations '.will Start
back for home.
-The decree was submitted by
the Permanent Legislative Lonv
raittee' to a two-man suhcommit
tea for study and recommend recommendations.
ations. recommendations. v
Following a hearing attended by
newsmen, editors and radio sta station
tion station .operators, the subcommittee
announced that its report wouia
not 'be ready until after today's
press congress was held.
The Aguadulce congress Is
scheduled to consider a proposition
calling for a complete streamlining
oh existing laws government the
press, including the operation of
radio and. television stations.
Sets Ft. Kobbe PX
The Fort Kobbe Pbst Exchange
was temporarily closed yesterday
for a mopping-up operation.
Emoloves arriving, for work at
the exchange were greeted by a
minor flood. After paddling up
the first flight of stairs and fol following
lowing following the current, the source of
the stream was located in the
men a room.:" ; ? ;
All 12' SDisots were partially'
turned on, and apparently had,
been flowing throughout the
An Armv spokesman said the
incident is believed to be the work
of a prankster, but the facts are
Thn wash basins, uname to com
tain the water, spilled over, with
th water working its way over
a large part of the west' side of
the second floor of the exnenange,
which contains men's wear, ew-
elrv and records, then dripped
through the ceiling to the Slower
floor. Part of tne tiooa waters et
caped down the stairway.
Bv noon, however, the watery
mess had been cleaned, up, and
the exchange was open for busi
ness as usual.
Army-officials said the damage
to stock and fixtures has been es estimated
timated estimated at "several hundred dol dollars."
lars." dollars." ,
ecuntry-it m" Abrthmn Lincoln.
U W U U Id JJ
THE BROTHERS CARRIZO Just before take-off time, they are
Drs. Aristobujo (left) .Herminio (center), and Father Jose.
'Panama This Month' Tells
Of Flying Father Carrizo
The current issue of vPanama
This Month, edited by Hindi Dia Diamond,
mond, Diamond, Mis how a group of pious
Panamanians in the interior oi
Panama was shocked recently
wften their young Reverend Fath Father
er Father Jose Carrvzo stepped,' out of, a
new (Bsna!6 jinjnov
in a makeshift airsttiji surround surrounded
ed surrounded by farmBdusesr "T'
The 3-year-old priest proo proo-ablv
ablv proo-ablv Hie only flvino priest in
Central American had purehas-.
td the new plane m wicnita,
Kansas and flew it down to Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, thus fulfilling a promise
he and hit brothers made to
their father just before he died
three years ago, the Panama
This Month story goes on.
The plane, which is used joint
ly by Father Jose his two broth brothers
ers brothers who are doctors. Herminio,
35, and Aristobulo, 45. is now in
constant use oy tne young pnegi
who soloed after only li nours
flight instruction at Panama's Pai-
tilla Airport. T
By using their new plane, me
three brothers who own a cattle
ranch in Panuga de Veragua (a (a-bout
bout (a-bout J30 miles from Panama Ci City)
ty) City) can cut their arrival time
frpm 10 hours auto-and-horse trip
td' 35 minutes. ,f
Just before their father aiea
they discussed plans with him and
began clearing a strio of land
near their farm. Now they put the
British Army Has
Surplus Of Brass
LONDON (UPI) The British
army has too much brass.
A report on the 1957-58 army
appropriation account said today
the army had a surplus of 1,400
000 feet of brass, valued at $750, $750,-000,
000, $750,-000, and there was no known re requirement
quirement requirement for it.
airstrip to good use with week weekend
end weekend flights.
Father Carrizc became a priest
a 24, the youngest in Panama
Now he is the youngest pastor in
tms region, heading the 200-year-old
iglesia Santa Ana hich
boasts. lS,WBrishfoiners. H
The sil'000 plane is being us used
ed used for a' fhree-fel4 purpose. Be Besides
sides Besides getting the Carrizos to
their farm each week, the doc doctors
tors doctors Carrizo are now able to
to bring free medical care to
farm workers and neighbor in
the region, and the young Pa Padre
dre Padre uses the plan for mission
work in the interior to areas
which would otherwise be inac inac-cesible.
cesible. inac-cesible. Father Carrizo received a well well-rourided
rourided well-rourided education which includ
ed stiMies' at Costa Rica, fvP
lane University in New Orleans
and St. Bernard College in Bir Birmingham,
mingham, Birmingham, Alabama.
He feels that until a few years
ago the priesthood was ultracdn ultracdn-servative,
servative, ultracdn-servative, but now, gradually, he
says "our people are accepting
Regarding his airborne mis missions
sions missions he believes that his par
ishioners are becoming accus
tomed to his arrivals by plan
and are beginning to enjoy this
novel type of church-going.
"And as long as they like it, 1
am. happy," he adds.
New Soviet Airliner
Outclasses US Jets,
NEW YORK (UPI)-The Soviet
Union soon will be flying a giant
turbo-prop airliner that will he
bigger, fancier and more po po-ful
ful po-ful than any passenger plane c r
built In America, Sen. Warren
Magnuson (D-Wash.) revealed
The Red airliner, called the
"Roossia, will be much faster
than U.S. turbo prop planes an''
just as fast' as U.S. commercial
It will carry 170 passengers and
fly 5.000 miles non-stop, he said.
It will have an elevator, a res restaurant
taurant restaurant which can seat 48 persons
and a movie theater.
Magnuson detailed the Soviet
plane in a speech before the
Queens County American Legion.
Sen. E. L. Bartlett (D-Alask0
read the speech for Magnuson who
was unable "to appear because of
injuries he suffered in a fall at'
his Washington. D.C. home.
Magnuson said the Russian turbo-prop
airliner will be able to
fly as fast as America s pure
Jets, which now are crossing the
continent in 5V4 hours. But he
pointed out that U.S. commercial
jets, which carry about 130 pas passengers,
sengers, passengers, can not match the new
Red -turbo-prop in. range or pas passenger
senger passenger capacity.
He said the Roossia, also called
the Tupolev 14, uses "four of the
largest turbo-prop engines ever
"In addition to the extras, it
has its own telephone system and
private cabins for deluxe serv serv-ice
ice serv-ice he stiid
"This fleet of modern planes
will make ideal propaganda
equipment for the Reds, for each
plane is a symbol of the technolo
gical capacity of tne ouuding na
Uon Magnuson auaea.
Throughout the world : Q
more people biiy
than any other
Say Today's $
Buys Less Food,
Local Rate labor leaders yesterday' expressed em
phatic disagreement with Canal Zone figures claimina
to snow that the local-rate cost ot living had risen only
.5 percent since une 1958.
They were just as emphatic in doubtinq an earlier re
port by Panama's assistant
Cullough, that the cost of living in Panama had declin-
ed 2.3 percent since 1951.
Union officials scoffed at either figure being a true
indication of the cost of filling the family larder for
thousands of non-U.S. citizens employed in the Panama 1
Canal Zone. r
They pointed particularly to the crucial matter of lust
what items make up the market basket.
"Both figures seem to me to
reflect what is spent, said Lo Local
cal Local 907 president Alfredo J. Mor Morris,
ris, Morris, "but don't give any indica indication
tion indication of the great i;number of fam families
ilies families who during the past two or
three years have had to buy
cheaper and cheaper, foods to
make the market dollar stretch
the same distance."
"More and more families have-'
to get along by buying cheaper
and cheaper-cuts of mea using
lesi sugar and mii&ief en doing
without these" and other staple
items part of the week," Morris
William Sinclair, international
representative for the AFSCME,
to which both locals belong, smiled
as he put the case even more
"A year or two ago I walked
out of a Panama supermarket
with $20 worth of groceries which
almost filled my arms and left
barely enough arm length left
to carry my small child."
"Well, the child has grown some
since then," Sinclair continued.
"but today for the same $20 I walk
out with enough carrying space
for both and enough left over to
carry another small bag of groce
"Sure, we eat as much," said
Sinclair, "but the quality of what
we eat slowly goes down."
The union officials point to the
fact that cost of living for U.S.
citizens in the Zone has steadily
risen, 4.9 percent since 1956 ac according
cording according to Canal Zone Gov. W0 W0-liam
liam W0-liam E. Potter most recent fig figures.
ures. figures. That is b'. probably risen more
is indicated by mo"e than 10
percent in cost of living in increases
creases increases granted US manual
workers since January 1958.
Morris noted that no such cost
of living increase has. been grant granted
ed granted non-US citizen employes during
Non-US, citizens emoloved at
the first 10 manual erades and
the first three non-manual grades
are entitle lo wage revision only
as determined by cost of livinc
increases in Panama.
Senator Warns US
Must Be Cautious
WASHINGTON, March 21 (UPI)
Iwo freshman Democratic Sen'tl C A rnr-
ators want President Eisenhower
to warn the Soviet Union that
this country will use nuclear wea weapons
pons weapons to keep West Berlin free.
Sens. Robert C. Byrd (D-W.Va.)
said he thinks the Russians are
bluffing in their demand that Al Allied
lied Allied troops be pulled out of West
Berlin by May 27.
"If they are not bluffing, we
might as well get this thing over
now as some time later, "he told
the Senate yesterday.
Byrd agreed when Sen. Stephen
M. Young (D-Ohio), another first first-term
term first-term Senator, asked if it wasn't
"high time that the Commander-in-Chie
say this nation will re resort
sort resort to nuclear weapons to keep
West Berlin free."
Byrd also said the United
States must be extremely cau cautious
tious cautious of the dangers involved in
a Summit Conference because
"our record at previous top-lev
el conferences with the Soviet V V-nion
nion V-nion strongly suggests the load
visabilitv of another venture at
comptroller, Eduardo Mc-
The labor spokesmen say the
are not questioning the apparent
integrity of either Canal Zone oi
Panama official cost of living sta statistics.
tistics. statistics. But they believe the official fig
ures are misleading.
They would, all like to see som
study given, both by Panama
the Canal; Zone, to, the dimuwiv
ing quantity and quality of the lo
cal rate family's market basket.
Held Here For
Panama Secret Police authori authorities
ties authorities revealed yesterday that Vi Vicente
cente Vicente Pio Castillo is the real
name of a man who was arrest
ed last Wednesday by Panama
detectives- who took him off a
plane at Tocumen after identiiy identiiy-jng
jng identiiy-jng him from a police circular.
, He was traveling under the
name of Alfredo Lombard!, but
admitted to detectives yesterday
that it was only one of his sever several
al several aliases.
Castillo is wanted in Venezuela
by Interpol for the alleged slay slaying
ing slaying of a companion and a swin swindle
dle swindle involving several, thousands of
He has denied both of the
charges, but admitted to deteo
tives that he is wanted in. Argen Argentina
tina Argentina in connection with a deal in involving
volving involving some 300,000 pesos.
Castillo was visited Friday by
two Venezuelan newsmen, with
whom he talked freely. A Vene Venezuelan
zuelan Venezuelan police escort is 'reportedly
en route to Panama to arrange
for Castillo s extradition to Vene
FSU Zone Program
The Florida State University
Program for the armed forces in
the Canal Zone is seeking ins
Civilian or military personnel
interested in teaching in thi$
program should have a minimum
of a master s degree with 15 se semester
mester semester hours in the subject
field. Courses include business ad administration,
ministration, administration, social studies, En English,
glish, English, history and economics.
Qualified personnel may arrangi
interviews bv contacting the F1a
rida State JUniversity director i)
ron Clayton mi:
VJ iliiy ucavnci
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fanea in rrance
For Drunk DriviW
GUISE. France (UPI) Wayne
Powers, American Army desertT
who hid out for 14 years in th
home of his French sweetheart.
was jailed yes'erday on charges oi
drunken, driving and insulting po- 7,
lice. s ,
Police sa,id Powers, 37, rammed
his borrowed American automo.
bile into a railroad bridge at 60
miles, an nour near tne vuiage oi :
Mont Dorigrvy, 0 miles northeast
of Paris. He escaped injury.
Powers, former Missouri farm
boy, went AWOL just before the
Battle of the Bulge. The Army
found him last year living at the
home of Yvette Bleuse, mother ot
his five children.
Powers was convicted by a
court-martial last summer but
was freed in October. He has been
Jobless since then.
SUNDAY, MARCH 22, 1959
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THE MAU BOX
; WORDS. AND DEEDS
v slr: i.., tr twp sure was a dllly. No mincing words,
i Ernestlto's letter to Ie.fu.j. system,
I either. In plain words he tells the us. "d sVTtem writ
i s waste
although there has been a perceptible crack in
s its own employers that there Is Rfnuim s merit and even Business
buAV SAjETci aO-3P5 cenVt an ho pay seal,, who work
in cffiie jc&. There are even shopgirls on Central Avenue
t 5g?M milts 1 Per day for nine hours ,o work.
COUl this be enouier case ui w-
DOPING AT RACETRACK
i 8,r:Tha recent decision of the Panama Gambling Board (Patro-
tr saliva testa craved the horse was drudged, has added prestige
f te the racing letup at the President Remon racetrack.
I V thV saUva test system was introduced sometime last
f year many were the scoffing remarks made to the effect that
' we& Jpp.ni.vln which Z
I cvlved would paw by unnoticed by track officials.
TheuSnPt?kn this week by track big wigs certainly put
1 owned bv Carlos (Chicho) de la OuardlH
; a brother of .far. President of the Republic. ChJcho will lose a
$7275 purse and ft valuable trophy he picked up after Santillan t
I e'cynicaalof auch a thing could never happen. Are they
5 convinced or tneir error, now t
All JaB31AlK 'iiUliliVO All -----
t..Jw. r..rk;A 1? r.iirA caiH that tha lrv in enrh rspR 11
nstlitiJB; analo indicated that embei4ia)lt,'1'4!llti.lftf. .yW.
or 'meii oi violence. .. ..
If Crowe says that'i the law, L tak m wora ror u. Me Knows
more about the law than I do. He's a good judge.
But if It is the law, this voter and taxpayer holds the law to be
to n4d of changing. I cannot ee the slightest difference between
! the guy who spends long busy days dioping into the till a little bit
r at a tima and the guy who sDends half an hour one night with his
do-it-yourself chemistry kit Wowing the safe and getting the same
total in one dynamite dip. It's two forms of theft, that's all. and
. whoever doe the Jaw writing round here ought to adjust his ubsec-
tions accordingly. Theft Is theft. The efectivo has evaroparted.
!' In my view a safeblower who, upon being caught but not be-
i lore, comes up wun remorseiui promises' kv.i!p.imm vpt-?
, is in the sarna.category as an embtnler who does the same. If the
i emDczziei rates susoenaea senienrp, so nues mib suibuiuww u mc
Safeblower rates Gamboa, so does the embezzler. Just even it up,
'that's all. Senators, representatives and ancillary lawmakers please
Lead-piping someone to get at their wallet is something dif dif-again,
again, dif-again, but maybe the law could be divided so that the robbery
was one crime and tbe slugging another. Then again, perhaps there's
nothing mueh wrong with the robbery -with -violence laws as they
stand. Violence against a person, that is. Not against a safe. If a
Titian blasts my safe open it doesn't follow he plans to do the same
' temv head.
But, to get back to mv original point, till such time as someone
Is bopped one kind of robberv is just as jail-worthy as another in
my book, if not in the law books
-,-HS-t've never heard the poisoner who feeds hii victim the old vita vita-,
, vita-, rain-enriched arsenic a few grains at a time getting a better break
i than" the murderer who achieves the same purpose with one quick
flick of his machete wrist.
1 would be Interested therefore to hear the reasoning with which
the authors of the Canal Zone Code defend their differentiating the
bit-ftT-bit crime from the one-shot onpration.
But best thevkeeo it simple. I don't understand too much about
parking law, either. Nor alimony. And torts is what teachers do to
By CREDE CALHOUN
The United States Newt and
World Report not one of my fa
vorite weekly publications, ruus
question and answer interviews
with prominent people on impor important
tant important subjects.
Recently there was one with
Senator Theodore Green of Rhode
Island, who, until recently was
chairman of the Senate Foreign
Once when Green visited Pana
ma I said to him jokingly that 1
was the oldest Democrat on the
"No, you're not," he said with
a smue. I am.
Although I Want resident De
mocrat, I was wrong as Dr. Har Harry
ry Harry Eno must be of the oldest and
best Democrats on the Isthmus.
I don t know how old Green was
when I met him, but he is past
91 years now, and apparently the
yean are beginning to tell on him.
Here is an excerpt from his interview.
Question We read in the
all about the nuclear aee. Are
you fearful of our future? Tin VOtl
think we are going to be destroy-
Answer What difference does it
Quettien Doei it male nn Hit.
Green has a right to speak that
way for Senator Green, but not
for any other person. He is a mil
lionaire and has bad a long and
useful life. He is a bachelor so he
nas no dcendants .to whom it
might make a difference If the
world were destroyed.
I have always admired him, but
now I am glad that he no longer
holds the important post in tha
Senate Foreign' Relations Com Committee.
mittee. Committee. If Green had as many children,
grand and. great-grandchildren as
Lhave he wouid probably be more
concerned about the fate of the
world in which they will live if
that world is not destroyed.
This may sound like bragging
but I have 18 grandchildren and
two great grandchildren. I have
one grandson, I have never seen,
and I expect him to be President
of the United States, if our coun country
try country lasts long enough. Vice Pres President
ident President is the closest any Calhoun
has com so far. I certainly want
to see him before the holocaust.
Green as a mimpnaire" mb
know the value of hilars, but he
RECOGNIZE THE BLONDE? M you dont know who the blpnde 1 at right, ifs because
you're used to seeing her as a brunette. Sophia Loren, known for her dark, aiiury iwuaa
look, left, wears her hair blonde for part Jn "Heller With a Gun,"; western; ;
cannot appreciate the value of
either children of granchildren.
I wonder whether ne nas tnougni
of the loss of beauty, both na natural
tural natural and created by man, if Uie
world were destroyed.
I wonder whether he has ei,or
seen the Bay of Panama In the
evening with the shrimp uu ...
lacing up to the ebbing tide, like
soldiers on parade.
nas ne seen ine green nuis
beyond the bay and the dim is
lands farther off shore?
Has he felt the spell of the even
ing sky against which frigate
birds fly with a grace that is in incomparably
comparably incomparably beautiful?
There are many other beauti
ful bays in this world-some, but
not many, more beautiful than
the Bay of Panama, which the ar artist
tist artist Joseph Pennell called one. of
the most beautiful in the world.
He is the man who spent months
sketching the construction of the
The Canal is not ugly and as
one who had a small part in its
building and operation I should
not like to see it destroyed.
One cannot imagine what the
Bay of Panama would look like
after a blast from an atom or
hydrogen bomb. Certainly there
would be no more shrimp boats
with their brown nets drying, no
green hills and -no graceful frigate
I wonder whether Green nas
thought of thelosfDf the master.
pieces' of art i the great paintings,
the great sculpture, and the great
buildings; .all things of beautv,
that, would be lost with the des destruction
truction destruction of the world.
What about the great music, mu music
sic music so great that "ty leems destin destined
ed destined toSive foreverf All that would
Maybe Green is right. What dif difference
ference difference would it make if there
were no people left on the earth
to admire and enjoy uie beauty?
But after all beauty,' at least
the natural beauty does not need
to be admired and enjoyed to be
beautiful. Think of all the natural
beauty in. the world that has
never beep seen by the eyes of
man, and there i still much of
It would be destroyed, too, but
it would not be less beautiful be because
cause because it had never been seen.
Perhaps it would make no dif difference
ference difference to Senator Green, but it
would to millions of other people.
MORE ABOUT SALOMON
DE LA SELVA
Evelyn Moore, writes from Ran Rangoon:
goon: Rangoon: "It is very sad to know that
Salomon has died. The Lupfats
and the Moores saw him in Me Mexico
xico Mexico in the spring of 1937. 1 at attended
tended attended his tlass in the history of
Mexico, given to half a dozen
wealthy American girls who were
living in a villa in Coyoacan,
being given lessons in art and
architecture and chaperoned so
'Salomon fed them an authentic
cally subversive diet, while they
served, cookies and milk on a ter:
race overlooking an elaborate,
- Please, tell Crede how much wa.
enjoyed'-'hta article; perhans he
would make, the story of an in-
tellectual and a rebel, but sadden
ing, Joo, as his great gifts never
aia come inrouun. iu iuoxiku ne
used them in -the
capacity of a
'Do you happen to remember
when the Spanish poet Rafael
Alberti stopped off in Panama en
rout0 to Buenos Aires solely to
see Salomon whose work he had
read in Mexico?. Poor Salomon,
the Albertis arrived at his apart apartment
ment apartment one Sunday morning and he
hadn't 25 cents on him.
"He and Melida brought them to
us and we gave taxi fares and
sustenance to tne party for vta
rest of the day. It was a worthy
experience to us, &s Alberti was
a fascinating personality my
memories of the day are vague,
but I do know he recited some of
"In spea$nM2 his bi-lipgual
qualities OTede might have men
tloned that while he taught
Spanish' to Americans and English
to Panaraithiins, -.Re also taught
Latin to a group in the Canal
I might add that Saolomon also
had a thorough knowledge of
Greek and great 'familiarity with
the classic's and that French
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IGNOBLE RABBLE, by way of a footnntA tn last Sun-
couple of ParaFsb Joy.SPt tham8ervV .ccepta'd;foV th?
day's dotty diatrib in this apaga, J hopayou aawthat a
fray at Balboa gtadiumj 'though not : Indeetf forheB-lboa
wwiaya lownionniryfaquiramanif- rarfiairt, a fconiplicataa
and as eitcFuaiva, aa,initiationjrHo'ihe.jDg)ttatVf tha
American Rairokrtion.? -u-AJrw 4wt
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday 'last w'eekf On-tima Pai Pai-ralto
ralto Pai-ralto High" School' ballplayer', JLert 'Citte'naf f "th4 Kobbe
Regular8t-and Jrv J4aynes of Amadpr itMt&'aiawfiArmed
Forces LeaguS Alt Stars; Wr the oppoaihg catdners in the
dnd-of-seasop aerieVafsil for rising funds fo rtKe; tioy'a' Stat?
and Girls State encampments. At present undef "way t Ft.
Clayton. r .m-- "&-, iw
It would be- suitable, In my twisted view, for those
In charge of these two encampments to draw'tb the atten
tion of the;jySHrate, kids; recifstered therein;. the, extent to
wnicn -tnt-atf wis of these, paralso boys, nowQSv'ihslped
make Crossroads Boy State and Caribbean CiritState ivs ivs-sible.
sible. ivs-sible. It could' be mentioned at the' same time thai both
the Armed Forces. teama in Jast.waek!setles'Trt Balboa
Stadium Included; other play ers;fj-otn -local-rate Canal. Zone
tuwna and-Panama.- , -i -.-wv.: r
Tl j Boys and Girls Staters uould then retumto school
after the Easttr -vacation "and engage certain of their mentors-in
debate,,as tq how come It's. no Jonger. good, enough
for a non.US citizen athlete to compete in the once-open
Balboa Relaysv but it's quite ?good enough' for tifrrto com compete
pete compete In m stadium (at anbmeripober rIp
raise funds for teaching AmojrMi kida -tbt 'tues of
The doctrinaire answer would be. or BttutMi tk
members of the Armed SVHces Cttens, Hay ne Ind h
other Isthmian-born baltplayera woWd :have Nentequally
qualified to compete in the Balboaftelays.; : 'v.:.,.
It is to be hoped that some of the mobey thVbailpiayers
helped raisS-Is "being devoted; to helping the yyrit Boya
and Girls Staters Jookl beyond doctrinaire and bureaucrltic
answers to the enduring though sometimes amoke-screened
truths byiwtdfrhey might be encouragef toBask their
teaohers,;)r inaioe, wha); pwisefy wpavCSh he
dlfferencelhetweaft; competihg' With Len" Gltter' fijthe Bal Bal-ooa
ooa Bal-ooa RelaysVan.d coifipeting against his Paralao brother who
had not joined- tt Army? Yet one would'have beert per permitted
mitted permitted and ;t6onv?f qrbidris.il (I w3nW Git Git-tens
tens Git-tens has afOth;cMost GittehshavehamTrf buniance.
I have also, ha- it dravirh to my.attent(on that while if
Olympic sprint ?hAmpion Bobby Morrow had been drafted
and stationed helhe iyiri-U
for the relajrs as'staied, shouicl he- hris momerttfsprint momerttfsprint-ing
ing momerttfsprint-ing backwards round the wrong track have loinect th Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company he would have been Just as' verbten
as a Paraiso boy. Not a graduate of a US-rate Canal Zone
school '.v t v- i'-- '" & v
One thing u can say? i' praTsX-Tthsrlbifiilltude
cf some Canal Zone rules rulesmakers, they don't -iscriAi-hate
assto who they discriminate against.
Through the barroom; gloom you' may have noticed
some front page flutteringjoyer recent.weaks concerning.
amVHri?inWPBWnW- for'novf DerceotibUrraaaon.
uMis!rpwd it intota biogrlphyiittwn-a-l-'h----A .pound otl known- aMhe iSingl-WagaiLaw
I Whatman .'-Interesting biography 161 sausage. -J ' vs v
unev ooserver explained to me that Panama's President
Ernesto de la Guardla Jr. wrote the US's President Owlght
D, Eisenhower proposing that they pool their presidential
wages and .spjthm, 0.0. l.-jrt.sldftnti.har
fore equaiil pay. I am not confident ths is
the correct interpretation ef recent events.
I am in bomplete'supportof the Panama Canal Company's
patriotic attitude towards .security job,...Jharft"&:majiy
positions in whjh only USjcitiznflvca'ii;rMat-;itOithuffle
papers or do tnfe typing wltfr'tofficientiheefd jfor security.
These ar thellmportant jobs on .the Canal, as everyone
knows. Good, steady paper shuffling is the throbbing; heart
of the operati-tjAsIc anyjob analyst: i. o .ir
It wouldf3).-ivial and capricious to sup;5res,t that any anything
thing anything an antjtized g-neral miht babble concerning
rockets and redheads as one of Gorgas' Panamanian doctors
worked exDertly over him could bet of greater.:aecurity Im Im-nortance
nortance Im-nortance than steady pkpir hwff1irtje. ''
Likewise it is playing; fast and loose with'the facts to
suggest that one of the Canal's long-service., hily-profes-sional
engineers might have a clearer inkling of the details
on an lnstpHa,t3onrlbe .worked on mvsalf than doef a security-position
US : titizen j patflotioaily ;helplnif hurl the
documentary confetti arour)dBlslboaHights..v, ,:
Tha facts should not be toyed with In so serious an
issue. This Is .a' time for calm appraisal.
No ti,meA for instance to ask out'Joud I How it'tonies
about that the Panami Cn'nttf ehtfiaJly-jaifViilo' "h. fjpr: to
many years now assumed, the responsibility oCtoKoolinfir
locaNrate kids resident ort,' therZorte through ,t;1gh -chool
standardsivet does, not seqm "ln,jftll. ihti tims' to hav bii
able to InstilUsufficient tr4lnthglrtto any, lorsaj;rate PmdiI I
know of toepable himvte qye ahead to a Panama.Canl
apprenticeship t t .m:At tbi trades tatipht at t(ie Nal Nal-rat
rat Nal-rat high' qh.obfes'i 1f IthXiamelme;, there Jwvjtffreen
cams of erradiiates of locaWate hip-h schools doing tolerably
well at StatesidevumvcsitifSs.; Strange.. rt- g s,vi
An apprenticeship canead In due cojurs to I journey journey-man'a
man'a journey-man'a job. Should anyone ever so much as hth m that
such a atranNi'"iipprah'rbackwardnass' In the syllabus has
any suDp-Tt-frew-theUS-rate unions on-4hVefwuld
Jnstantlv brand the speaker as an inellent and scurrilous
The EoVia esteHMnwhilff twimf-ii! t"
Canal Zone Gqv3 William E. Pottarnor.fo Pain?: CiM
personnel director" Ed Ooolani but to the lata CeorM Orwell
who 1r hla M194" sat It out more olelnlv than have Potter,
Doolah7SEriMiIor env:'l6n'jomeri-i":' :'
"Everyoha -Is f aiial," wrMrjamelk'hMMoma m mora
"A-. :r--. .J---03ii--V.'y'
PERCY'S PEERU8S ?0TENfthlsVeSk' balahoes
nop-commlttally hetweetha i2;A pjsreent hv which, asswt-
ant comptrollar Edgrd4JCMpii!
living In' Panama has gone down, since 19B2,andthe 2.1
oercent bv which local-rate flommissrvrnrlr rose during
tha mocfh ..of January alone, acqotdlnmi Potter, ;
.-. r--': v'.'.v-v V"'V' ".-i '.' : ''
rt : I can but offer the one Statistic in my oossession, un-(
heloful thouftrh It may be. A 'pint bottle of Balboa beer.t-mains-at
lt-,vll52 etaH price t,t almost anv nantlnatwhara
you may happen t havi rernalned'klnts 'W&Ztftyy't v'
; U Thartimij bave;lean Inflation In 0fiim but ..1ta
not In the tfWM Ibt ser. It's In tha thtt lot the customer. ;
Ask' 'anyone' you htppsil to find wadgsd In. t doorwiylli
tha JWBL f. a, t -Tr. t
:f A .7-
. itOIT) ATMAHCH 12. 1959'
THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
I j tyuiiw C3mAw
10ND6n, Warcta! 21 Marlb
roucb House, the Royal residence
' len 'Queen Elisabeth II fcas just
- made'-, available as a- Common Commonwealth
wealth Commonwealth centre in London, has about
l it a massive dignity 'which is net
. ,1her overshadowed bjrffce still old older
er older St, James's Palace adjoining it,
. nor outshone by the splendid -and
comparatively modern facade, of
, Buckingham Palace, 'the Queen's"
own residence, peerinf at ft from
' stress the- famous-Mall
i As the traditional home oT-the
'throne or the widows' of former
' Sovereigns,' Marlborough House
has not normally been open to the
The only time. I passed through
its pillarc' jMHrtico,, ;to, climb the
magnificent "cfaircase leading to
the State drawing room, was three
year ago to view an 'exhibition of
, the RciyAl School Pf Needlework.
The school, had been t an enter enterprise
prise enterprise dear to "the heart of the late
Queen Maryour present Queen's
grandmother,, who spent her 17
years .of widowhood" at Marlbo Marlborough
rough Marlborough House .until- her 'death tin
WALKING' (NTfl HlSTOfcY ,J
Leg than an hour In the mansion
was enough to fill me. with a sens!
to waucing into' nisiory.-
The' master-architect. Sir Chris Christopher
topher Christopher Wren, built it 250 years ago
for the first Duke of Marlborough,
victorof Blenheim and ancestor
- of .Sir Winston -ChurchiUi- Much of
lisy spienao ; remains ioaay, re-
' fleeted especially in the States Din Din-,
, Din-, ing Room and the main staircase
of solid iblack marbles i
It is difficult t6 imagine a more
fitting venue for Commonwealth
Prime Ministers-when they meet
. in London.
1 Many, other Commonwealth con conferences
ferences conferences will also be heltfvthere-r
for example; the fortnightly meet meetings
ings meetings of the Commonwealth Econo Econo-,mic
,mic Econo-,mic Committee and it Is hoped
to provide a reference library or
Commonwealth students,, ,,
When giving the news to the
House of -omons,vHarold Mac Mac-millan,
millan, Mac-millan, the United ; K i n g d o m
Prime Minister reminded mem members
bers members of the,, welcome, at the Mon-
" treal 'Conference: last September
to i a British t suggestion that the
Government provide a Common Commonwealth'
wealth' Commonwealth' entre in London. The
loon of Marlborough House was
Queen Elizabeth's- own suggestion.
; : With its 200 rooms, the Roysl
, mansion ;yUl,,ivenCmmQnwelth
statesmen, and their secretaries
the elbow room which has been
missing at the Prime Minister's
otfic'al residence., at 10. Downing
Stret. i.(V v .. ...
-, Incidentapy. Matthorough House
. !sMostv witMiif 'hiiilihg distance
of the Houses of Parliament. Nv
10 Downing Street could be reach-
' d itf 4wo: i minutes 1 by car, and
conference members wishing to
walk though the 'laJ of. St.
James's -Park could cover the.
ground n"fiveW si 1 minute.
FOR GARDEN PARTIES, TOO
Conferences at Marlborough
House would, I imagine, he held
iw.the ereat uillard drawing room,
oboirtifiO itildtig. with' tall windows
looking vacrofi th, private jMSrden
witli- its, old mulberry,, tree to
fie Mafl and St.. James's Park.
No, 'doubt the grounds would be
tis'ri for Commonwealth; fgarden
. parties,::-; vA-..v:i;,,, ;.
News of :. this-. Commonwealth
T'ed-a-terre in London has set peo-
, pie remarking what a lot of Place
n?mes to- the forthcoming Royal
tnui of Canada give tfee, Mother
Country a footing, so to speak.
' To ; begin with. Queen Elizabeth
on the other-side d the At'unUc.
ECHOES OF SHAKESPEARE
and the Duke of Edinburgh arrive
in Newfoundland on June 18 at
Toirbay Airport, recalling memo memo-r'es
r'es memo-r'es of the famous Torbay yachting
stretch off the English country of
Soon after, they will be. leaving.
Ottawa by train for Hamilton,
namesake ,; of a busy Scottish
town, epi- route for Stratford, with
" its' echoes; of Shakespeare''s Eng-'
Will in Ontario,- they proceed tn
. of al places-rWindsor, conjur
Ing up the Royal 'Castle in Wind Wind-etor;
etor; Wind-etor; England' 'after passing
' through; London-ind 'Chatham To
the-sailor ;. Duke;, the lasfc can
hard'y fail to. stir:momf!or.i3S of
the English naval port of the same
milft"'j-iM:i'Mi(i' nMi."i )..
After a brief visit, to"the:Umted
States ot America. ithe Roysl
guests re back in Ontario at Fort
William, "opposite number" of the
popular holiday town in the Scot
Then to Banff .named after the
grand old Scots fishing port ;
In British 'Columbia they an al
most on "home grounds agate at
New, Westminster A
Later they encounter such fami-
fliar English Place names as Ed
monton tATDerta); Hanley (Saskat
chewan X and Sudbury; (Ontario) be before
fore before aailing n July ,29 to Pnnce
Eward Island and, Hailif ax City,
namesake of England's world-famous
Yorkshire, woollen town.,
SAYING tT WITH FLOWERS
Talltinr ct Britain aKrnad
Corner of our islands is to be tran transported
sported transported foi Paris, France, for the
international flower- show there
from April 7A, to May 3.
''"If wftl Include' a display of or-
chidi from- Queen Elizabeth's col collection
lection collection at Windsor Castle: A ear-
den covering 400 square yards-will
contain many nybnd rhododendro
azaleas, flowering cherries and
woodland plants for which Britain's
growers are noted.
r The feast of color will be enrich enriched
ed enriched with carnations, roses, gloxinias
ana giani poiyantnuses
Taking a hand in organizing the
display is the British Travel and
Holidays Association; its members
believe, there are few better ways
of inviting guests from, j abroad
than by "saying it with flowers";
especially with blooms, of the sort
that, make our islands a garden
Oi qeugnt tromApru to September.
Fresh as all
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Counselors To Guide Students On Educational
Paths Get Financial Aid For Slimmer Training
The federal eovernment is -pre
paring to invest two million dol dollars
lars dollars a very modest sum Jy
Washington standards in snoring
ud one of the weaK spots in
U.S. education. 1 11,
The money will underwrite the
operation of about : 50 summer
training, jnstuutea ior mgn acnooi
guidance' counselors.;, wi wr, 4
Th uiaance counselor a
relatively new figure in ; Ameri American
can American education. But. in Cbe last 10
years, be haa taken-On-a tremen-
He is charged with helping nigh
schools students choose ; their
emiraeai'-On MtA '"more directly
than anyone el?e rests the respon
sibility lor ateerwg Doys-Jina gins
into i wise selections t from the
educational ; smorgaabord : -spreaa
befor' them by. the- modem .sys
tem of free; eleetives k
It's ms joo sporpweouai
scientists7 and engineers r-j.-nd
encourage them to take' the -math
and sciences courses, tiieyll need
for a foundation; to-help provide
the motivation and the means for
able students to go on to college ;
to match' aptitudes 'against career
opportunities for those wno pun
to go ,tQ : work after high- school
graduation. x kj- c'
Counseling is rflo -joh for; an
amateur. It requires a thorough
knowledge' of education (ideally
including experience as a teacher)
coupled with special training in
psychology, testing and counseling
At present, U.S. high schools
have a severe shortage of trained
like ur." James is. Conant jay
there should1 be at least one: tull tull-time
time tull-time counselor for- every 250 to
300 nigh- school students. But U.S.
Office of Education surveys indi indicate
cate indicate the actual ratio, on a national
for every room
in your house
-'i'. .41 A, ;,
r- .-' '..'.if a- iLiit 1 ;
basis is about, one counselor for
every 750 students.
like au national averages, this
one hides many peaks and values.
A few states Connecticut .is an
outstanding example have ex-
cellent systems in which Uie
counselor student ratio aDDroxi-
mates the ideal ofl to 300. But Office of Education's division of
there are thousands of amall highthigher education estimates that
schools that have no counsellors,
U Overcoming the. shortage; and
raising me general quauty ot
counseling services was one of the
specific objectives of the National
Defense Education and prepara preparation,
tion, preparation, this phase of the federtfl aid
program is about to get under
way. ine u.s. utiice of Education
Of Local 900
Officers, for the new term were
installed at a meeting of the Wo Women's
men's Women's Auxiliary of Local 900,
AFSCME-AFL-CIO at the Union
New officers include Mrs. Olea
Adamson, president; Mrs. Justine
Herdman, vice president: Mrs.
Isada Green, secretary; Miss
Gladys Garvey, treasurer:, Mrs.
Constance Anderson. chaplain.-
Mrs. Anatacla McNish, director.
Officers of Local 900 who attend
ed Peter Alexis, Atlantic regional
vice -president; Charles T. Ed
wards and Richard Chile ott,
tustrees; Saturmn Mauge, vice
nresident: and R. A.. Dean, orean
fzer, who also acted as installing
Refreshments were served after
the installation ceremony.
C)a Henriquez &A.
, Isaac Brandon fc Bros, trie,'
Askfor it by name
W I? I
has arranged with. some 50 col'
J leges and universities, in all parts
or we country, to conduct special
training institutes this summer for
those who are engaged in, or pre preparing
paring preparing to engage, in, high school
Dr. C. Harold' Mrrniiw nt th
between 1.500 and 2.000 men and
women will be enrolled in these
institutes. Applicants from both
pupiic and private schoor systems
are eligible. . u v,- -rt
Under the law, the federal gov government
ernment government pays all jA their tuition
costs, i or public school employes
only, the government will also pay
living expenses at the rate of $75
a. week plus $15 a week for each
Total vcost of the program will
be somewhat less than twn mil.
lion dollars or about the same
as one Auas missile.
VIENNA (UPI) Austrian
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poned postponed his scheduled visits to the
Soviet Union, Sweden and Fin Finland
land Finland because of the forthcoming
general elections In Austria, ft
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Richtrd Wickiewlci of Rodman
Naval Station. He aha served as
usher with Norman Gagnor.
For ner aaugmer s weaaing, Mrs.
Malone selected an ensemble of
mhriiirltpfil hlii taffeta. She wore
ft AiwafiffA nf uM' rarnArinns.
The weaaing reception was nem
on the patio of the Tivoli Guest
House. Mrs. G. J. Fox presided
at the coffee service, and Mrs. T.
W. Womble was t the punch bowl.
Miss Judy Hotz had charge of the
bride's book, and her mother,
Mrs. Ted Hotz, assis'.ed in serving
the bride's cake.
the young couple chose El Valle
for their honeymoon. In mid-April
they will leave the Isthmus for
San Diego. Calif., where 'be bride bridegroom
groom bridegroom will be assigned with the
Marine Corps at the San Diego
The bride was graduated from
the Canal Zone Junior College and
a'tendjed the University of Flori Florida
da Florida at Gainesville, F!a.
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MISS SHARON STILLMAN
BETROTHAI, OF MISS SHARON STILLMAN
JTO LAWRENCE F. COTTON IS ANNOUNCED
! Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Robert Morris Stillman of Lackland Air
'Force Base, San Antonio, Texas, announce the engagement of
their daughter, Miss Sharon de Russy Stillman, to Lawrence
Frank Cotton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lawrence Cotton o.'
'I Margarita. 'j 1
Tha bride-elect attended Kent School In' Denver, Colo., and
ii presently a student at Trinity University. : ;
u.. u a first classman at the U.S. Air Force Academy,
land is scheduled to be a member of its first graduating class In
'UnTh wedding is planned for June 8 at the Lackland Air Force
Mit Malone Wtds
In Candlelight Nmtlall
; In a candlelight ceremony at the
i Balboa Union Church, Miss Linda
"J Malone, daughter of Mr.-, and Mrs.
jt. L. Malone bf Balboa became
1 the bride of Mr. Dennis Mazerolle
ton of Mrs. Cecilia Mazerolle
; Limestone, Maine.
" Rev." Oicar W. Olsen officiated
j Arranfeemehts otwhite gladioli,
Easter Lilies ana luues oi me vai-ley-were
used in the church decor
tions. Pre-nuptial music was Way
ed by the church organist, Mn
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, chose a s'reet-length
frock of white chiffon and a fin
gertip veil caught to a crown of
pearls. She carried a white Bible
topped with fcaasusiatt othiMr-
chids and gardenias.
Miss Maxine Conover, maid of
honor, wore a dress of yellow ny nylon
lon nylon organza, fashioned with an
Empire waistline and a matching
underskirt trimmed wih satin rib ribbons.
bons. ribbons. The gown of the bri4ei?fla
Miss Mimi Conover, was similar similarly
ly similarly designed in blue. They carried
nosegays of blue and yellow flow flowers
ers flowers with matching streamers.
The bridegroom was attended by
IAWC Beard Meeting
4 hnarrt nf riirivtnrs mfifttinff of
the Inter-American Women's Club
of Colon will be held Monday at
ternoon at 4.
Guliek NCO Wives
Have Coffee Meeting
The monthly "Hail and Fare Farewell"
well" Farewell" coffee meeting of the NCO
Wives of Fort Gulick was .held
Wednesday in he cocktail lounge
of the club. i
Special guests Included Mrs.
Leon Green Sr., Mrs. Steve Kish,
Mrs. Blanch Eglint0nt MrsvThe MrsvThe-rese
rese MrsvThe-rese Sherry, Mrs. Flo Paris, Mrs.
Kay Pratt, Mrs. Shirley Stutgman,
Mrs. Rebeca Meyers, Mrs. Beth
Arroyo, Mrs. Kay Fredok, Mrs.
Mary Garvey, Mrs. Lissy' Aponte,
Mrs. Lisa Wiley, Mrs. Eula Bau Bau-mert,
mert, Bau-mert, Mrs. Victoria Van Buskirk.
Members 'who at'ended were
Mrs. George Henning, Mrs. Den Dennis
nis Dennis Saunders, Mrs. Sue Veil, Mr?.
Sylvia Hedges, Mrs. Mary Jane
Pearson, Mrs. Nora Perry, Mrs.
Frances Ledue, Mrs. Betty Holden
Mrs. Katherine Killip.
Mrs. Isabel Santos, Mrs. ,Jody
Morris, Mrs. Millie Moon. Mrs. H.
M. Craig, Mrs." Mrs. Trudie
Bray, Mrs. Frances Berger, Mrs.
Nancy Williams, Mrs. Dotty Fos Foster,
ter, Foster, Mrs. Terry Trask, Mrs. Bar
bara Braunr Mrs. Dorothy Badger,
Alicelight, Ms. Viola
MR. AND MRS. DENNIS MAZEROLLE leave the Balboa Union
Church following their marriage March 13. The newlyweds were
leted ftt a reception at the Tivoli Guest House, then left for a
"honeymoon at El Valle. They plan to leave the Isthmus next
Jnonth to make their home in San Diego, Calif.
- i Ancen -'
Thex morning schedule lervice
an Palm Sunday will include Holy
Communion at 7:00 with Bishop
Gooden as celebrant the Church
School family service at 8:13-with
the children ,ln a "Procession of
Pilms", Escuela Dominical at
4:15 in the Chapel of All Souls, the
regular session of Classes includ including
ing including the Dean's Bible, Class, at 9:45,
and the Service 'of Holy Commun Communion
ion Communion with Sermon at U.
Bishop 'Goode. will preach at
that service on the subject "The
High Cost of Living", Dean Peter,
son will b& the celebrant, and the
Choir Guild will sing the anthem
"Ride On, Ride On" by Scott.
In the evening at T o'clock the
Choir Guild will render the Easter
cantata: "The Seven Last Words of
Christ" by DuBois. The soloists
will include Mrs. Marts Spoel, so soprano
prano soprano John Cooper, tenor and Ro Robert
bert Robert U. Schul'z, bass. The choir is
under the- direction of the Rev.
Carl P. Hams, assistant to the
Dean at the Cathedral, and the or or-ganis1
ganis1 or-ganis1 it John Hoye.
Daily morning services at 6 and
8:30 will be held on Monday,
Tuesday Wednesday and Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. On Maundv Thursday night
at 7.3ft, there will be a fami'y ce celebration
lebration celebration of Holy Communion u
commemorate the srift of the Sac Sac-re
re Sac-re mnt of HoW Communion at
the Last Supper.
On Good Friday, Morning Pray Prayer
er Prayer will be said at 8:30 a.m., the
three-hour Service will be held
from noon to 3 with. Bishop Godd Godd-en
en Godd-en as the preacher.
In the evening-at 7:30 the Sta Stations
tions Stations of the Cro's will h ipM in
the Chapel, wi'h the Bible Study
Group immediate'v following. On
Ho'v Saturday, Morning Prayer
will be said at 8:30 a.m., wih
."iisms administered at 4:30
TJie Management of Radio Station HOG
wishes to inform all clients and listeners that HOG
will b off th air tomorrow, Sunday, March 22, due
to repalri taking place in the studios. However, the
Lottery will be brought to you at the uiuaf time. Be
sure to tune In bright and early Monday morning
when we'll be back to bring you the same fine en entertainment
tertainment entertainment all day long.
Mrs. Phyllis Cardwell, Mrs.
Connie Morris, Mrs. Eva Balca Balca-zar,
zar, Balca-zar, Mrs. Caroline R. Weir Mrs.
Helen Murdock, Mrs. Alvina Mills,
Mrs. Lettie Dot&an. Mrs. Doris
Braun, Mrs. Anne Solis, Mrs. Bet
Mrs. Trask was in charge of re
'CONTINUED ON PAGE FIVE)
Asthma and Bronchitis attacka ru!
your aleea, undcrmln your atrangtb
and weaken your heart. Mandate
atart to work through your blood ta
overcom Mtnma and bronehltla at
fecks. It helps diasolve strangling mu
cus and promotes tree, easy oreatn oreatn-Ing.
Ing. oreatn-Ing. Mendaeo's action Is effective evea
In old and stubborn eases. Oat Man
daco, from any drugstore today and
see how much batter vou aletD and
breathe tonight, and how much bette
you win reel tomorrow, menaaea
iignta discomiorts or Asuma, an
MUa and Hay Favet.
"the secret ef m VUJ:y
i that reaver: S', )
(Presented by the Department
of Christian Education: of the
Episcopal Church in tho 'Mis 'Missionary
sionary 'Missionary Oioceso of the Panama
Canal Zone.) s. '' '
Your Evening Bible Reading.
. St. Matthews J7;1.-54 ;
! JESUS THE KINO'. t( i
"and lesus stood before the
fl6vrnor: and the governor ask asked
ed asked .him, saying, Art thou the
King of the Jows? And 'Jtsos
said unto him. Thou saytst.'
-Jesus was accused of claiming
to be "king of the Jewi" strict strictly!
ly! strictly! political claim. He does Hot
deny the charae. yet He does, not
brother to tell Pilate what 'Jt
means by it. What Would be tne
use? Pontiu (Pilate and- tne
world could never understand the
meaning of His" Kingdom.
It Is hard even for us to iinder iinder-stand
stand iinder-stand it after two thousand" years
in the llife of the Christian Church.
If He Is king of all kings. why
doesn't He come down from the
cross and blast His does and
take His chaotic planet in hand?
wny ooes He continue' to auowi
wars and privation if He is truly!
the King? Why does He permit
our loved ones to die If He con-i
siders us In Wi rf Kingdom?. A
King is pledged to take care of
his sublects. and yet He has al
lowed the world to form side
again for the holocaust of world
war. -.v'v '
We may well wonder at these
things. Yet. as the ages pass we
see one strange. tinff. lf.we have
eyes to see: that the so-caned
"successful" : kingdom of this!
world pass, but Hit kingdom re-
mains. ; :'
' Our citizenship in His kingdom
gives us the most final answers
to. these dread questions' so that
we gain in strength In and through :
them. '. -
:, Jesus the King still reigns ii the
only kingdom whose ihfntng
bounds increase,. while empire!
wax and .wane, 1
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ,
The effectiveness of prayer, in
healing the sick wiU be. stressed
at Christian Science servicea to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow in the Lesson-Sermon en en-titled,
titled, en-titled, ."Matter',
From the ; Gospel' tccordlflg to
St. Mark will be read the healint
by. Christ Jesuaof tharyount laa
who had "a uumb spirit" The ac account
count account ends with Jesus' comment
to hls'disciples, ,Tb,l Jrjnd caa
come forth -by nothing; J but bf
prayer and fasting". (Mark 9:29).
. Also- emphasizing the power of
prayer are P a s s g e s .from
"Science an4 Heaiffi; withiKey
the Scrlptures'fc by MaryBaket
Eddy, including the following
(15:9) : : :
To enter into the : heart of,
prayer, the .door ? of j the erring
senses must be closed. Lips must
be mute and ;baterialism silent,
that man may have r audience
with Snirit, the divine Princinle.
Love, whldi destroys,. U ecror.H
MEAT is so much more delicious when
prepared with MAOOI Tomato Sauce!
M.k. yoyr dlis.i i taste eve better: UM MAGGI Tomato' Su for
that final touch" te your favorite di.hr. of msesroni, .p.ghetti,
beans, meat or fish.
0l ssllcUd iaity ripe tateMarenedinU..preparadoofMAGGI
.ik w nnwu ,,vor n" D" nhinced by the addition
of black pepper, hot peppers, salt and ipicei.
Try this dtliciaas saase aut tins; your
family will love it becauaa .'.
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th (Mrei of that rich flavor" Buy tome cam today!
WESTFORD, Mass. (UPI) -Presxaeni
.0 scientists at tne Lincoln ba cu curatory
ratory curatory oi the Mass. chuseits Ins.i Ins.i-tu.e
tu.e Ins.i-tu.e of Technology who bounced a
raaio signal oil venus for the first
contact with another planet;
Congratulations to all involved
for this notable achievement tm
our peaceful ventures into outer
WACUTflTrtlM Hon William
M. Colmer (D-Miss.), a leader b
the congressional economy bloc,
OB a discussion he naa witn lreas lreas-Sv
Sv lreas-Sv SBcretarjC IRfibert Anderson
abeu; "he nation'! linances:
f"Whpn t started I was worried
about the future of my grand-
Philrlpon Whn I BOt "through 1
was worried about myself."
SOUTH CHARLESTON, W. Va
m-c tiwt- UalHuuin whn with
-WD. uillin 11 1
her three children was held host
age by ex-convict iticnara a.
Pavne commenting en their treat
"The kids were never scared.
-i-.-i, .. i,
ne aciuauy was very uico mi u.
YT?MT4 Ohin Loelio MapFad-
den, president of Beaver Creek
Township scnoors Booster ciuo,
tn thd Txrlslatiim to
Ira fU.V,.. Kshit at orarip
icuuuv ii.anvi a
. i li 1 tl J it. C
crossings isuowuis uie ucauis 01
10 persons in a station wagon hit
oy a wain;
u. V i V
aa bviiimuu mwvwi uhcvh
bXlCa 3 T1- WO MIS U4I1VMVUV
onstration on tne.statenouse lawn
anyoooy has ever seen."
in the Miss Universe Contest
Miss Costa Rica was honored
with the title of "World's
most charming woman," and NOW
gives you the added pleasure
of her gracious charm. on all
mm EVENING H
as effonepusly announced last rnaay; ; v, e i?,T i?,T-Dining
Dining i?,T-Dining and dancing in the Bella Vista Room
tonight Clarence- Martin' Orchestra
Reaches you Surgically Sterile I
Made to stay Activity Atiti Atiti-Uptle
Uptle Atiti-Uptle tot up te 4 months in umI
Inhibits or destroy! AtXtypn
of germs that fall on or hold to It
MEXICO BAN SALVADOR
GRAN CAIMAN HABANA
MIAMI COSTA RICA MANAMA
- is shown when she was crowned
MISS COSTA RICA
- and will be very pleased' to serve you
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5 EUDAt, MAHtd 11, 1551
octal", ana i Kfherwi
Panama YSchf Club' ;
Plans Pithlon Shsw
Ttie Panama Yacht Club oft Bal Bal-fcoa
fcoa Bal-fcoa Avenue acron from the U.S.
Embassy bat atinouaced plana for
: moonlight fashion ihow Friday
evening, April 17, at 8 p.m. !""'-
A group or canal zone girii wo
el beach appear! brought here
lor me occasion tty ueorie i M.vnpar?P
'euro, local, repreaentative i for
Jantien wim'iauiU.Vs, s v t
Music will be furnished by Lu Lu-choAmfrafM
choAmfrafM Lu-choAmfrafM who Jiaa just re returned
turned returned to Panama from an exten extensive
sive extensive tour la the "Stitet, "
Tickets will be sold by membWs
o( the Yacht Club, and will also
be available at Colpan Motors,
Madurito'a and Felix Maduro's,
according to publicity director! Ed
Abbott and Frank Hirt.
Margarita Union Church
The Women's Auxiliary of the
B Bob Hair
MONROE, Wis. (UPI)-City of officials
ficials officials were reported confident to today
day today that voters, nowed n twice
this month, would approve pur-
cnasa oi me town's first
Ifil It's time to brlni you some
mdre : Information about what
tile Tigers are doing around CHS,
The t)ir event of this past--week
was the ROTC Field Night Exer Exer-eisrt,
eisrt, Exer-eisrt, which took place Feb. 20 at
Balboa Stadium. Both the Tiger
unit, and the BHS unit gave
Last, week the Junior Boys and
Girls of CHS packed their suit suitcases,
cases, suitcases, and 'ran, -off i to Boys and
Girls State for one week.' Here
the Juniors frill learn more abon'
how the government .'iof ; the V .',
nied States operates. : ,,
This week the column will
fair IaaV t th' hi oh rhnn'
Itself., Since 1929.' Cristobal Hn'Wa inoth.V&Tr -'witSoA .5
has been a member ,,of th, -MM,'- S&vciZ!&
ae spates Association or uoii"
?es, and Secondary Schools J
b United States..
Ha.ve you ever wondered about
th. SA' (Student Association) ot
C"S?, p. 1
Msrgarlti Union Church' will have
a monthly meeung luesoay eye eyeing
ing eyeing ai'iO. -fr'
Mr. Ku.ii Hysong of the Naxa Naxa-rene
rene Naxa-rene Church will : lad the devo devo-tionals,
tionals, devo-tionals, and; ht guest speaker will
oe sort. iancy Wttesuey of the
Methodist Seawall Mission. She
will wkuss toe We and people oi
Doir' Wives Club ..WiTf..
. The Doctora'jf Wives Club will
have a coffee meeting by the Fur.
Kobbe swimming pool Wednesday
morning at 9:30.. "."'-, ;
Highlight of .he program will be
a crazy hat contest.
Fort Kobbe doctors' wives ".' will
be hostesses, with Mrs. Joy Ha Ha-gan
gan Ha-gan chairman.
Clayton Officers' Wives
Bridge Club Tuesday v
The Fort Clayton Officers Wives
Bridge Gob will meet Tuesday
af ernoon at one at th Officers
Members are asked tomake re reservations
servations reservations with Mrs. Jack Morgan
Amador. '0' Wives 'r;
Plan Western Hoo Down
Members of the Fort Amador
Officers Wives Club are lurther lurther-Ing
Ing lurther-Ing plana for a Western Hoe Down
Saturday evening, April 4, at the
Amador jOfficers Club.
After a chicken-in-the-basket din dinner
ner dinner at 6:30, square dancing will
be featured to the music of the
Cotton Pickers. Members of the
Ssr and Circle Square Dancers
will be on hand.
aeservations should be made
k Mrs. :harles Jagoe, 82-4249.
Piles llurf You!
F$y Collegh Program Goes
Into ; Second T Term April 6
The Florida- Slat University
college program for armed forces
In the Canal Zone will move in'o
its second term of the spring se semester
mester semester with c 1 a a s beginning
April through 14. 7- .-' ;
Registration is scheduled oh the
Atlantic side for April 2 at Build Building
ing Building 400, Fort Gulick, from 8:30
p.m. to 1:30 p.m. On the Pacific
side registration may be made as
follows: At the Fort Clayton Edu Education
cation Education Center, Building 214, April
6-7 from a.m. to noon and 1 o.m.
to 5 p.m., at the Albrook Educa Education
tion Education Center on April 9 from 8 a.m.
to noon; at the Panama Canal Co
istration Building rotunda. BalbOd
Heights, on April 9 from J p.m.
to 4:30 p.m. and the Fort Kobbe
Education Center, Building 711,
on April 10 from 9 a.m. o noon.
All military personnel who have
been graduated from high school
oiyvqo nave a mgn school equival equival-er
er equival-er iS; certificate will be allowed
to participate in the program. Al Also
so Also eligible to enroll are all citizens1
of the United States who meet the
Classes !or the eight-week term
bepin at 8:30 an end at 9:30 two
nights a week. The 16-week sched schedule
ule schedule meet in 4he evenings from
6:30 to 9:30 or Saturday from 8:30
to 11:30 a.m.
At Fort Gulick" the school pro-
gram, for graduates or under
graduates, will be offered in the'
eieht-week course on Tuesday
ahd Saturday and in the 16-week
course the his'ory of western ci civilization
vilization civilization will be taught' on Mon-davs.
The courses on the Pacific side
are U.S. 'history (post-Civil Wr).
on Tuesday and Thursday at Fort
Kobbe, and economic history of
the United States, on : Monday
and. Wednesday, at Fort Clayton.
Other eight-week courses being of offered
fered offered are, ; elementary : statistics,
which will be taught on Tuesday
and Thuraday., at Fort Clayton;
principles of guidance. Monday
and Wednesday at Fort Clayton;
indiis'rial relations on Tuesday
and Thursday at Albrook: ceneral
astronomy on Monday and Wed
nesday at Fort CJayton and gen general
eral general mathematics on Monday and
Wednesday at Fort Kobbe, In the
16-week course, calculus Twill be
taught on Monday and Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday at Fort Clayton and the fun fundamental
damental fundamental of physics on Satur Saturdays
days Saturdays at Fort Clayton.
All courses excent calculus, as astronomy
tronomy astronomy and princlpfts of physics
carry three hours of fullv trans transferable
ferable transferable credit upon completion of
all admission requirements. Cal Calculus
culus Calculus I carries five hours and as astronomy
tronomy astronomy and physics carry two
The eiirht-week semester- ends
May 28-36; the 16-week semester
ends July 20-80.
The cost for Army personnel .Js
84.50 per semester hour plus a
5 on th first registration on only.
ly. only. To civilians and those Nw
personnel, not eligible for tuitioi
.ti 1 . ... w
s5 auce, mo CO'I Will De Jli.
semester hour p'us a 85 fee on
the firs' .registration only. All
text books for students are extra.
Armv oeronnei must preen
an approved reauest for tuition
assistance, DA form 2171-R at
the Mme y ot their registration.
Forms ar avalMb' ct U Hmh.
tinn center and may be obtain obtained
ed obtained rom AG Publications and R
in oraer o exenanse weas 0
the students, and H encourre
wftlrioatJon in fchool 5tH,
tiV-1he SA was brgamzd 'n
103'; anfl has the fentral rrni rrni-trol
trol rrni-trol of .funds for H.. activities.
T'-e income 0' the SA is nb'"ti.
9' hv tho sIe n' memberrM
tii',". tlf"S. thletio. Avr
tisements for the school news-
S"rtol functions. v t
The-tstud"." poiinfcft U comno.
S"? p the 5 ff'j.t -; vifho ""er
president, John 'Weman; vlce vlce-.
. vlce-. ffesidenti Jim Wll1: secret r
Pt Lswson; .treasurer. ,Bh
B'H Will. The council aluo include
ce rreaentative and one al al-t"naf
t"naf al-t"naf from e"rh HniPr,,',i
The SA is nonsorrt bv Jaw"
Pfr -in' th '-(ci'l'y 're"--'"
j-eis;taitea' loow'at mesSfninr
cUssfMamI'ou Washabaugh is
; president of the c'as. nd
. recently taken a auallfvins tt
; for ? entrance intd a nursing
icnooF aiitne sacred Heart Hos-
pltal inAUentown, Pa. The 4es'
was f given' by the Psychological
Corporation. Commenting on th
test. Msrv Lou thousht the math
i was, aiffieuKrbut he. th?ht
' the rest.VasTi Ittfif ieaslef.' Mary
Juou plans to gt a degree n
nursing, and follow the nursing
ifareer in the future.
.t Another member of the Senior
vvc'ass. will Limkemann is visit
tag the Central" "American eioun eioun-tries
tries eioun-tries with his father ,rover the
Easter vacation; They will, yisit
Costa Rica, Nicaragua,, Hondu-.
ras, and Guatemala, t: !or the
, perpose of broadening j their
knowledge of thee countries, and
placesiof interest, ,. v.,,
' In llrlj'i-baeketball.tthe-.rTigres-tea
won, the4'B't toafiut; Cham- ;
Slonshtp, JastMottdayfor beating!
.:'i;siora 0 frm
: Somewhek-s" irdund "April 18,
the f CHS music department, un under
der under the direction of O.E. Jorstad,
will present the Spring Music
FesUval.The program, will copals V
f solos from ;,th chorus;, band,
and orchestra." 1 :
The Thesniana and rjram'tiii
Club o CHS will present their!
- new play,:;;' A Roomful of Roses",
by Edith Sommer, April 24.
lit's time : to say good-bye for
Tiger fcTier Burning
' Bright hopet you all have a real
1 happy Easter "Vacation. v j
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mim 'Him Mtol if ti
np-vi IT' l-
;Use it on rice! Set how
delicious it is with tea
food, .-jpaghettl, meat,
eggs,; se.hdt every every-thing.
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THl SUNDAY AMERICA
Today In Al;;Afti3iiy
Miilf Again!! ESqpSerierice
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jft.OVE STORY SO BEAUTIFUL IT WILL HOLD
,YOU SPELLBOUND WITH IT'S MAGIC!
THE WIND CANNOT READ is the story of faceting
between East and West... a bitter.sweet meeting between
a young R.A.F. officer and a beautiful Japanese girl. They
marry. They are idyllically happy and then, a tragic turn
of erents brings their joy to an immensely moving climax.
The film the fourteenth which the producer-director
team of Betty E. Box and Ralph Thomas have made to to-gether
gether to-gether i- set amid some of the most spectacular back backgrounds
grounds backgrounds ever seen in a film. . the fabulous Taj Mahal.
Delhi's Red Fort... the fascinating native bazaar ... an
amber coloured Maharajah's palace... some scenes are set
.in the 1500 year-old runied town of Old Jaipur.
The film's title is taken from a Japanese poem, one
verse of which lends added pathos to this delicately-traced
story. It reads: "Through on the sign it is written: "Don't
pluck these blossoms" it is useless against the wind which
cannot read." ....
Dirk Bogarde and newcomer Yoko Tani, co-star In this
forbidden love-drama, which opens next Wednesday at the
Bella Vista Theatre.
Really Had A Ball
-tOS ANGELES (UfrlV You'ro
sitting in a stadium watcning a
football game when 22 helmetea,
;pa"dded players rush into the
stands and grab all the valuables
That .would .seem strange f not
to mention frightening to most
Americans, but to the ancient Az
tecs it was all part of a game can-
According to anthropologist H.
Ir Nicholson of the University ot
California at Los Angeles, alter
each goal scored in tlachtli, ma
playtrs would make a "collec "collection"
tion" "collection" Irom anj of the spectators
they could catch.
In tlachtli, though, scoring was
no easy task. The hard rubber
ball nsed in the game had to be
hit through rings set vertically
from the wall of an I-shaped couri,
The rings were slightly larger than
the ball which was a bit smaller
than the modern volley ball.
To make it tougher, players
could not use their hands or feet
to hit the ball only their elbows,
knees and hips.
Dr. Nicholson uncovered one ot
the courts while excavating at a
remote village of a little-known
Aztec tribe in northern Mexico.
At 3 O'clock
TODAY -ENCANTO 05-20 1
Charlie Chaplin in
"THE GREAT DICTATOR"
Francis Lederer in
El Gran Recuento
(Life of Fidel Castro)
PASO A LA
with Tin Tan
T IV O L
with A. Kennedy
- Also: -LIVE
with M. Murphy
with Tony Curtis
- Also : --,
I WANT TO LIVE
with S. Hayward
MAN OF THE WEST
witfr Gary Cooper
A battle of experience against
youth loomed today between Air
Force Col. Nicholas Powel and
Army SP-4 BUI Pace in the sin singles
gles singles finals of the Panama Armed
Forces Tennis Tournament.
The big match, set for 3 p.m.
at the Rodman Naval Station, is
rated, a toss-up by Zone tennis
veterans. Only fellow players of
the finalists seemed to willing
predict a winner.
Sgt. Ray Schilling forecast
victory in four sts for hi Ft.
Kobb collgu Pact, who up upset
set upset Schilling in th smi-fianlt-last
"I think Pace will win," declar
ed Schilling, "if he plays his u u-sual
sual u-sual net game. He hits the ball
deep and hard and he certainly
has the game to win.
On the other hand, Navy Lt.
(jg) Bay Nesbltt, last year's sin
gles champion,, favors Ptiwel.
"I look for Powell to take the
match in four or five sets," Nes
bitt said. "He hasn't really ex
tended himself yet and even if he
has to run. against Pace I think
a Mn win;
After last weekend the Navy
netman is perhaps more familiar
with Powers game than anyone
else on the Isthmus. He was drub drubbed
bed drubbed in three straight sets by the
Reflecting on his own chances
after watching Pace beat Schill
ing last Sunday. Powel craeked
"They run like a couple of deer
don't they? I don't have any busi
nass playing with, these young
But the 48-year-old colonel has
not only bten playing wijh young
sters; he s been beating them,
i Today h will b pifttd a
gainst the tourney's youngest
and bst in facing Paco, giving
way 26 years In ag but hav
ing the edge in expperience
Pace was high school tennis
champion of the state of Texas in
1955. He considers his forehand
his .best stroke.
Powel, a baseball player in his
youth and varsity man fn $e
sport at West Point, did not take
up tennis seriously until 1953. But
he has assembled an enviable net
record since then.
In 1956 he was the Air Force
Middle-Atlantic senior men's sin
gles titlist and a member of the
top doubles team.
The colonel played doubles with
Teddy Burwell. Washington. D C.
lawyer who was one of the IS top-
ranKea players in the States in
the late '30s. They were ranked
second nationally in senior men's
doubles in 1957.
Last year they won the TWiddl.
Atlantic title for the third vear
in a row:
To add the PAF singles troDhv
his collection today. P o w p 1
will have to call on all of his court
savvy and perhaps some moral
support from his attractive wile
Muriel, his biggest rooter, on the
The Pace will tell.
Youth bowling got off to pin
smashing start t the 15th Naval
District, Annex allyi in Fort A A-mador,
mador, A-mador, when the Amador Teen
agers League ana tne Amaaor
Junior League each commenced
its 15-week-schedule in mid Feb
ruary. The teams in eacjQ. league
are composed ol equal nomDers
of dependent boys and girls.
Members of the "Teenagers"
league most have the word
group. The Teenagers reservations
call for bowling each Wednesday
night, while the Juniors have the
alleys all to themselves each Fri
day night. Both leagues .are fi
nancially sponsored by the Ama
dor Community, .Youth Program.
The new Teenagers league is
the third such league to be con
ducted at Fort Amador.. The
first, which bowled from January
to May, 1958, is believed to have
been, the first all-teenaeers bowl
ing league in the history of this
section of the world, the sec
ond Amador Teenagers? League,
June to Sept. 1958, also made his
tory tor itself by nroducine the
Amador Aces, the team which
won the -Junior ; Bowling Cham Championship
pionship Championship of the Canal Zone. The
newest Junior-league is the spc
ond Amador Junior Bowline
Championship, of the Canal Zone
The newest teenagers league is
proud to be therVhome of the A-
maaor Aces- ?and exDects l.r.
make records of its own wro
us scneaule is completed.
.President Teddy Sexton.
Secretary Robert -Reade.
Treasurer;'-' Maggie Miller.
pi'.' ; Teem Captains5
Romans Pete Stafford.
Spartans Maria, Castro.
Tribunes Jenny Sullivan.'
. Trojans : Margaret Daugnity.
Crusaders Vaughn Avers.
Vikings Maria Calkins.
Uth ANNUAL TOURNAMENT
The Pan American Record Show"
PBS PANAMERICAN BROADCASTING SYSTEM
The newest Junior league is Ihe
second 'Amadof Junior Bowline
League. Although conducted as a
competitive league, and under the
same rules as the Teenagers
League, the primary purpose of
this league is to teach the funda fundamentals
mentals fundamentals of bowling before the
youngsters' ages graduate them
to the Teenagers, League.
However, some of the junior
bowlers are as good or better
than most of the teenagers (and
better than mrfny adults.) The
averages of Teddy Sexton and
Robert Reade, in the Juniors, top
all averages in the Tesnaoor
League except that of Jerry Sul Sullivan;
livan; Sullivan; 11-year-old Priscilla Reade
the queen of the Juniors, .tops all
gins averages in the Teenaaers
League except that of Ruth Lar Larson,
son, Larson, the top-girl of the Teenag Teenagers.
i . i ('
Teddy, Robert andPHscilla use
the "spot-bowling" system and
thj-ow "hooks" like veterans. In
the "bowling conscious" commu community
nity community of 7ort Amador and 15 Na
val District Headquarters Annex,
where sntire families go in for
the sport on a regular basis, all
of these youngsters (teenagers
and juniors) take their 'bowling
NEW YORK (UPI) The Ml-
iuping granapappy is running a
photo finish with father time to today.
day. today. ,-
Johnny Longden. at 49 the wih-
ningest jockey of them all, says
he's going to hane ud his tack
come July. It's startling news in
the turf world from the man who
said he would ride as long asie
could do justice to his mounts.
ine inference, of course, is that
the rigors of ridinc finally have
become too tough.
Long Time Coming
One thing sure, it wa a Inn
time coming. Thirty-two years of
riding have gone into the record
books since the wizened little man
with the squeakv voice rode the
first of the 5,250 winners he had
earlier this year. That's a long
time in a field where youthful
muscles, vigor and reflexes are
regarded as the most necessary
How long Is lt really? You can
only appreciate the length of that
span when you consider that when
Longden rode his first winner a
young man named Bobby Jones
was three years short of his golf
ing grand slam, Jack Dempscy
was the heavyweight champion of
the world, the Ruth Snyder-Judd
(ray case was in the headlines,
Calvin Coolidge was president and
a New York attorney named
Franklin D. Roosevelt was being
mentioned as a candidate for gov
ernor in New York.
Exactly like adult leagues, the
teenagers and juniors each com compete
pete compete for their own set to trophies
and upon completing thi'ir tphi.
ules (in June), each will have its
own party for trophy presenta presentations.
tions. presentations. The Teenagers League has
applied for sanction from the A
merican Junior Bowline Cmomov
and will become the newest and
youngest member of the Pan Ca Canal
nal Canal Bowling Association.
The hew teenagers .and junior
bowling leagues will be the last
to be sponsored and managed by
CWO Pat Kimbley, USN (Coach
of the Amador Aces, and "adont-
ed daddy" of all children at Fort
Amador and 15 Naval District
Headquarters Annex). Pat will
ge returning to San Diego, in A A-pril
pril A-pril or May, to serve his last 6 6-months
months 6-months before retirinc frnm h.
USN after 30-years-service. Bur
ing his 16-months tour at Naval
Commandant Station BALBOA, Pat
has organized, sponsored and
managed 3 teenagers leagues, 2
junior leagues, .organized and par par-ticipated
ticipated par-ticipated in 5 adult leagues, and
conducted a Slimmer Recreation
Bowling Program for 42 teenage
ers and 46 junior bowlers.
Now that tne ltn Annual Pan
Canal Bowling Tournament be belongs
longs belongs to the past, it was interest interesting
ing interesting to go deeper into, the past and
compare tne results of ten years
ago, and also the "figures of 15
years past. Delving into the oast
does prove one wing and chat
bowling recognizes no: age limit.
because many of the -names on
the record books of 15 years are
still "in the limelight in 1859.
i J959 Handicap Team 1 NCO
1949 Handicap Team Stink,
1944 Handicap Team Ord Ordnance
nance Ordnance .9QB8.
1959 Scratch Team Age Age-wood
wood Age-wood 2738 i
1949 Scratch Team Nash
1944 Scratch Tem Ord Ordnance
nance Ordnance 2771. t
1959 Doubles Handicap Ro-dngeuz-Feichert
1949 Doubles Handicap Har-
1944. Doubles Handican
1959 Doubles Scratch Char-
1949 Doubles Scratch Best-
1944 Doubles Scratch Wal-
lace-Balcer 1237. r
1959 Singles Handican Ru
dy 668. i
1949 Singles Handicap Mc Mc-Carragher
Carragher Mc-Carragher 641.
1944 Singles Handicap Nor
1959 Singles Scratch Ru
1949 Singles Scratch Crooks
1944 Singles Scratch Nor Nor-ns
ns Nor-ns 637. ..
i959 All-Events Handicap
1959 All-Events Handicap
1944,.- AU-JSV,enti. Handicap -Hbwatd
1959 All-Events Scratch Ru
1949 All-Events Scratch
1944 All-Events Scratch
If the keglers recognize an. Or
men, they win rusn aown to
lie J and fortify themselves with
1943. because the identical scores
were posted during the war year
of 1944, and this year, in tpe au
Event Handicap Division.-.
NEW YORK (NEAjcTWanangv:
ing pattern of neonle who enter.
the sports business in the' city is
shown clearly by those jnvoiyea
in1 the Floyd ; Ptterson-lngemsr
Johansson heavyweight title pro promotion
motion promotion set for New York m late
June.- -".., '
- I- "... ' A
' BUI Ro8ensohn the promoter,'
is basically a Mgh? ievel sales salesman..
man.. salesman.. Bill k Zeckendorf, Sr., and
his son are power play realty
men,. ; Both are involved1 xtr-w
$600,000 guarantee. t Rosensohn'
which swung the fight to New
York, where Zeckendor's botL
Interests -should get a piece of
the estimated, $55 'million in buy buying
ing buying power drawn into New YorJb
New, Yorkls last top fight pro promoter
moter promoter forgetting : Jim, i, Norrjs,
who has to be classified as a TV
booker was Mlke-s Jacobs. The
only selling he ever di(L;was to
1 DEPATUR, Ala. (UPIJ -Trofei-siooalwresyer
been arrested here on jtnrgeoJ
assault,, with intent to' murder a
16-year-oJd, boy during a scuf scuffle
fle scuffle with, spectators;- 'fll:r
Grant, was taken wtp custodV
Wednesday and placed',,, under
$1000 bpnd.V-' -v
.Police said Grant, wno wrest wrestles
les wrestles with his .brother as the Grant
Brothers- team, i wg accused
hitting' young Joe demons with'
his fist during an altercation at
a March ni wrestling 'match- ;
The boy was said to. have Been
hospitalized for two days.-,-?--
hilv xtraw suitcases and stand on
the pier, and sell them' to -soldiers A
returning from World "Wa--1.
That Plus Tunnine' a ticket b'rokr i
ersge a half block off Broadway. J
UPAY Q) I u yij4i U L J V,
LAST DAY!- ck Wff LEASSf::
SWEEPING UP FROM THE HELL BELOW..
hate or4 ther. he1m'y.
death In her Dowels...
head ithe great Var
ilpriw ,of;the, ferclri?
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In CINEMASCOPE andTipCOLOR
mau ait (WM una mints
Through his teachings, some of
the teenagers and juniors are on
their way to becoming excellent
bowlers. Pat's relief, as Bowling
Instructor for- the Amador Com
munity. Youth Program, will be
CWO Phil Vesciot USA, a high-
average bowler of wide repute -in
lpcal bowling circles.
The organizations of the new
leagues are as follows:
President John Dworak.
Secretary John Reade, Jr.
Treasurer Leslie Eastwood.
Dukes Jerry Sullivan.
Bee Bops Ruth Larson.
Cool Cats Judy Sullivan.
Live Wires Wally Stielau.
Jive Jets Donna Brigandl.
Teen Terros Melinda Weis
Members of the Amador Aces:
Remaining members are Jane
Miller and Charlie Concannon, Jr.
THE SALESMAN niakes a difference
and So Does THE
You can bet on it a repu reputable,
table, reputable, believable salesman
will make plentji of sales
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believe?HOG because HOG
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life RepeM Victory
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lt Rae.'fth; Series Unp.. Fg,uPurM W50.00 Pool Coses
W t 1st 5 RACE OF.THR OUBU5pri
&6HmW V,- Tejadm Rii well iA:1tii
jThe'.&uire' ' J7.Jimenez' 110 -CouIdeJrup. texe
SBen My.li.r "X Sanchez ift5x -Last "dubious
4fcutUante Gt Montero lor -Could be .upsetter ;
S-Grah Finfkh B.'Vasqii"ez"ll2jE-Bad legs hamper
jBrxPqcai Pilchjii tredididr 110 -Has frown nothing
TRamo -'. F. Hidalgo tlO i-Could be runnerup
MLaA fftt Hittalgo STx-Rater-woodsmance too,
-Renata F. Alvarei'Ufr -Excluded iron r, betting
2nd tieeSoeelal" Imp. 4
Jesf.r.' ; 2nd RACE
1-Cho 'Ha- i T Sanche 100x -Reportedljf Improved
J-Ujuiea Sera,- Bv, Cnstian lOfe -Hasn't-shown, much
3 Pops fl-v: B. Baeza lis Good, workouts ;.
Lozbelp "i- H. Hidalgo lOax-HMfbjew cratched
SGraBrCv-, B. Aguirre 116 r-SeeRiabest, bfre.
Ciaa Salvador A. Credidio HQ ,-Dependr on start i
, 7-Juanita -,'-4. UUoa 112 -Could bf, .VPer
.-MareU' Jv4atin1aol4.03i-Rail-wJeU.u debut
J-AraBcel ,i A.t Alfaro 108. -7Bateav good clnte
10-One' For Me V. Caatfllo 115 -Could iurprie
J U-Doii Jadeo T.D. Bsrret lOlx -Nothing, to date
I i!-i.Ji, -fV?.l mSi i.V'-, .....- rswaJ htvttft-
a H RaTa'11?
aRoBlnnco A.' Credidio 110
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4 Don" Grau Credidiojl08 FrwUbus.-fratea chance
5 Tanganica Jj' Jimenez 110. t Ran well ill last
C Zii -r H.' Hfdalgo otxEarly speed'only
7 Black 'Bee "Aj Ycaza 113 only handicap
t it R kWiM .4 4V V 1 !) if .-.trti.. : 1'..
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S Frijolito A. Credidio J12
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. F Alvarez J15-
IT; Sandier 07x
B Dagon r
7th Rate 3rd S.rltJ Imp. 7 Fgt;
2nd RACI OF
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H. Hidalgo1 JOax
Hi Rae 7th Series Imp. Fgs.
1 Owef B,guirreiti-!i
Sftppml rJV jlrediditf W3
1 Manueia G.r Milorpt 104 't'Eh joying
2 Cheyenne1 K. Cristlan 110 couicj be
t Ssvuaa W
VHt sJ QUlNIELA
1 Victoria R. Vose Rodri. 10$
2 Doble Eiia- rB. Aeuirre 110
i. FhiUips 1U
A. Gonzales 110
a. treawio i's
hnRaet'ind Jirles I'mK'
a-CharifleFa H.'liidilgo T'l02x
8 Manandoagua A. Alfaro 105
4 Artie Po i iGh. Miltftd 108;
Santillaiiv i-fJi TalaVefRllO
-Monderr Rodriguez lioi
J Lobo J
0 Alpina F
i-Aa You Like H.
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. Alvarez 112
G. San. 110
E niiA 1 rerci
"iy-Gutipo B. Baeza. 110
A. Perez 110
10th Race-5th Series Imp. 7 Ggs.
1 Chiusa G. Bedoya 107x
2 Evening Star B. Baeza 113
$ Zapaton R Cristian 115
4 Last Dust V. Castillo 113
Ist;2iiI-6th, 7th RACS
and 1 1 th RACES'
4th and 8th Races
PRESIDE pqiEil Oi RACE TRACK y
lit X. lut It .-
, 5 3
Pvet Clnet :00
nark in 'ton form
-Could'-go 'all th
Purw J37S.00 fool Closes
-Must impVoye liere
Could acore here
Pool Cltitt 3:01
- Bette 49iUweek
-Form' Ihdicatlta i
f00.00 Pool CIomi
-3tatei upset chance
-iJockev mlV decide
Hard to beat here
Pur.. JiJO.OO Po
Jpciey "gives edg,
' J-Best ea,ri speed
Pool Closes 4:40
'In nevi handsnow
-Seems next best
Could take it all
-Brief1 early speed
should be runnerup
P'wsTSl.'OO Pool Closes $:U
Doesn't seem likely
V Consistenf performer
- Couiki.'goall the" way
Rates outside chanm
Would pay off
Distance to liking
Back in best form
uacx in Desi torrn
Purse $500.00 Pool Closes 5:40
-Not against these
-Gives Lancaster test
Could get up here
Goes Atiafnst Teh Foes
Tht Stud Muriel's stretch-burning Bright Spur
islli&ci selector to grab the
dinner's share in the featured $750 one mile this af afternoon
ternoon afternoon at the President Remon racetrack. x
Ten: other second
matdhtrldelr frith the four-year-old Irish colt.
Bright ; Spur is considered the
horse beat on the basis of his
thrilling necfc viotory oyer speeoy
Alpina last week over seven fur furlongs.
longs. furlongs. Strong-armed Jose UUoa
wfll guide Bright Spur .while Jose
Talavera1 win asain ride Santiliin't
Alpina, at i disadvantage because
of the added furlong, will bave
her favorite rwet. Fernando Alva Alvarez,
rez, Alvarez, in the saddle. Playboy and
Mondes'ir first libd, second respec respectively
tively respectively in one lof two second series
brackets last' week, have exchan exchanged
ged exchanged riders. ' ,
v Julio Rodriguer, who rode Play Playboy
boy Playboy to' victory,, has switched to
Mondesir this week while Alejan. Alejan.-dro
dro Alejan.-dro Perez, loser on Mondesir,, will
guide Playboy. ;
Sprinter Gazapo, despite having
leading jockey Braulio Baeza to do
the riding, is rated no better than
a1 good longshot. 5 , ;
Kadir, Artie Princess and Ma
nandoagua, all winners their last
times out, are considered rank out
aiders this time. Amado Credidio
will rideKadirwhile Mahadoagua
will have ArqUlmedes Alfararo
aboard. Guillermo Milord will do
the booting on Artie Princess to
their latest wins.1
As Yoa Like Her. winch will be
riden by Jorge-Phillips, tould be
an upsetter because of her "liking
for distance. Lobo, Usually close'
up, is anotner outsider who could.
surprise. Charicleia appears to be
Also of interest Will be newco newcomer
mer newcomer Lancaster's second appea appearance.
rance. appearance. The hefty son of Bahrain,
won easily, ;in.his -debut last week.
This week he 'is expected to- net
stiff competition from Evening
Star and Mariman.
Unbeaten native filly Janina goes
out in quest of her JOth consecu consecutive
tive consecutive victory. She already holds the
local record -of 19 in a row. SB
has beenn excluded from tha bet
ting although going against im imported
ported imported throughbreds in today's
in today's eight race.
Leading jockey Braulio Baeza
again was the
races in jiine tries. -He easily
the feature with Princesa Gitana
and also scored with native debu debutant.
tant. debutant. Tlnn Tlifurn tf.nf.ri PI...
Zulu, Alucinado, and Second Cup.
Princesa Gitana scored by fully
five length over. Golaso. irt the
ieaiurea ,iourui. series seven tur tur-long
long tur-long sprint. Second choice Ves-
pucio wound up thurd. The win winner's
ner's winner's time was a slow 1:28 45.
Baeza, barely missed with Plata Plata-no,
no, Plata-no, losing; -by a head to .Teddy af after
ter after meeting interference. He was
secondtsmaelc with 'ntwebMisr
Yucatan andout of the money only
once aboard the faint-hearted
Atomic. Spring, -, r
Highly atedewiomer His Ma Majesty
jesty Majesty was scratched from the tenth
Jt. .Hidalgo 97x
G; Sanchez 112
O. Bravo 115.
b. Aguirre no
11th Race 3rd Series Imp. 7 Fgs.
1 Chacotero A. Perez 110
2 Diocese A.. Credidio 108
3 Miehirlpa A. Ycaza 110
4 Cerveeero H. Hidalgo 105x
5 Sculptor B. Baeza 115
6 Mi Locura ? i GMilord 108
7 Behader V J. Ulloa 113
big news, at the race
tW whenhe oft'six
series thoroughbreds will
race but this probably helped to
make the event the thriller it was.
El Tunchi. which went in an entry
with Jaymah, outlasted Yucatan
by. neck in a nip and tuck
homestretch battle. -ARJONA
ADD BRIGHT SPUR
Longshot specialist Jose Tala Talavera
vera Talavera pushed Recife to an $18 up
set victory while Teddy, which
barely lasted to nip Platano, paid
5315.60. Favorites swept the other
'1 Maniart $3.40, $4.20
2-"-Argossy Royal $4.20
1 Recife $18, $9.
. 2 Alhaiar $7.40
First Double $58
1 Don Tuturo(excluded from
2 Dinamita $3, $2.40
3 Golden Tab $3.20
; 1 San Vicente $4.40, $3
' 2 Golden Wonder $3
1 Blue Zulu $9.60, $2,60
2 Gregb $2.20 1
1 Teddy $15.60, $4
2 Piatand $2.40
r J Alucinado $4, $9
" 2 Gouvernment $3.80
Second Double: $32.20
1 Eighth Race
1 Chito $3.80,, $3
' 2 Victoria $25.60
1 Prinpesa Gitana $4, $2.80
" 2 Golazo $4.20
T El Tunchi $3.60, $2.20
2 Yucatan $2.20
1 Second Cup $5.60, $4.20
:-r(RrlfPi$ng j-i4.irt ori
, One-Twoi $27-" ''
4 Black Bm
8 Doble Fia
10 Evening Star
Apparently outclassed 25-1
Lost two toiiah ones 5-2
Top class material EVEN
Early speed only EVEN
Purse $450.00 Pool Closes.
Early speed only
Better this week
Could make It here
Jockey may help
Razor sharp form
In fight to finish
9th RACE 2nd IMPORTED SERIES S FGS.
s POOL CLOSES 5:15
AS YOU LIKE HER
At Sanfa Rifa
The powerful Altamira outfit
turned Iback the highly rated
Marlboro team last Saturday
morning in' an overtime contest
at the Santa Rita Ballpark.
Foxy Stanley Hall ot the Altami Altamira
ra Altamira team failed to weather the big
bats of the Marlboros and had to
be removed in the third alter
yielding 3 runs, things progress progressed
ed progressed in real slugfest manner as
both teams made good their hits.
Scheduled for seven innings the
game was tied at 10-10 and in the
top of the seventh the opposing
Marlboro went ahead 12-10 only
to have champion Altamiras tie
the score. A repeat performance
of score tying was the result of
the 8th frame.
However, the wholfe matter was
decided in the ninth when Marl Marlboro
boro Marlboro went ahead 16 to 14, but, the
undaunted Altamira squad took
advantage of having the bases
loaded in the last half of the ninth
and with no outs, act. manager
Lyder, of Marlboro sent his ace
to the mound in a change of strat strategy
egy strategy to squelch the Al&mira up uprising.
rising. uprising. The Marlboro ace E. Mor Mor-rell,
rell, Mor-rell, one of the best softball pitch pitchers
ers pitchers hereabouts, failed as he walk walked
ed walked one, beaned another, struck
out 1, and subsequently his- wit witness
ness witness was responsible for the 17 17-16
16 17-16 victory of the Altamira.
Highlights Of the game was
Bratnwaite 2-2 and J. Eversely
4r5 for Marlboro while C. Jones
of Altamira had 5-6.
Managerial strategy played an
important part in the outcome of
the game as Altamira's Ed Jo Joseph
seph Joseph matched Marlboro's Dan Ly Ly-der's
der's Ly-der's at every move of the inter interesting
esting interesting game, as' filled stauds
cheered both teams.
Pitchers for Altamira were: S.
Hall, E. Joseph and (Newland,
who was credited with the victo victory.
ry. victory. For Marlboro: C. Haywood,
H. Johnson, the loser and E. Mur Mur-rell.
rell. Mur-rell. Because of big plans being
made for. the Altamira's annual
outing to the interior scheduled
for April 5, manager Joseph has
announced that the next game
will, be played April 11, with the
Coco Solo Health Bureau.
No British Okay
Given Brian London
LONDON (UPI) Teddy Wal Wal-tham,
tham, Wal-tham, general secretary of the
British Boxing Board of Control.
saia dti aa y urian -Lonaon
would have to obtain its permis permission
sion permission before he challenges for
Floyd Patterson's heavyweight
title April 21 at Las Vegas, Nev.
The board rules with a stronger
hand than any United States box boxing
ing boxing body. All British boxers must
obtain its permission before fight
"No application has been re
ceived for Brian London to box
abroad, so far," Waltham said,
"When London does apply, the
matter will be dealt with by the
stewards of tht board.
Meanwhile, i can make no
comment concerning. London
going to America to meet Pat
London recently lost bis British
and British Empire heavyweight
titles to Henry Cooper.
Cus D'Amato, Patterson's man manager,
ager, manager, announced Wednesday night
that the champion would defend
his crown against London in Ne Nevada.
vada. Nevada. D'Amato considers this a
tune-up for Patterson's June 23
title defense against Sweden's In In-gemar
gemar In-gemar Johansson at Yankee Stadium.
J. Ulloa 115
H. Hidalgo 102
A. Alfaro '. 105
G. Milord 108
....J. Talavera 116
J. Rodriguez ....110
...J. Phillips 110
F. Alvarez 112
A. Credidib 108
G. Sanchez 110
A. Perez 110
B. Baeza 110
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etae yur minimum, three bed bed-.oms.
.oms. bed-.oms. one wi ir ondit.on.ng,
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tnatlc waiMng machine. $200.
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FOR RENT: Spaeioui and mod modern
ern modern it. Rieerdo Ariai street.
--.. n ruT I .-a enure, tuit-
rvK i" -
able for storage or shop. Also, a
small space, suitable for storage
or shop. Apply janitor at Tl Tl-132
132 Tl-132 or phone Hopkins, Balboa
FOR RENT: Professional or
commercial office on ground floor
dtficio Urraca, corner Ave. Bal Bal-,
, Bal-, boa an Federieo Boyd, 82 square
f meters, $125 00. Call Panama
REPEAL SALARY LAW
" INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UPD -Satate
Auditor Albert Steuiwede
said a study of a newly-passed
law raising county prosecutors
salaries beginning July 1 showed
Jaw providing for any salary pay payment
ment payment at all.
ASKS WAGE EXEMPTION
COLUMBUS, Ohio (UPI)-State
Rep. Richard Metcalf asked that
eaddies be exempted from a $1
Hourly minimum wage bill during
Voi-incn: nn thp measure.
it ninnlrl rmn the ffame of eolf
"j$y sptaUp it up.'5'ht explained.
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CARGO SERVICE FROM NEW YORK AND U.S.
ATLANTIC PORTS AND U.S. PACIFIC PORTS TO
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PASSENGER SERVICE TO NEW YORK AND WEST
COAST SOUTH AMERICA PORTS.
PANAMA AGENCIES, CO.
Advertise in this section Ads only cost $0.85 per col. inch
FOR INFORMATION CALL 2-0740
Gibraltar Lite Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama Z-552
Monday thru Friday
:0l a.m. to 12:00
2M p.m. to 5:Ut
Saturday: : a.m. to 12:0
IRST THINGS FIRST
LONDON (UPD- When a fire
gwopt the Pembroke dock fire
ilalion loaay, nremen weie un unable
able unable to save two fire engines and
other equipment but managed to
carry a TV set and a billiard ta table
ble table te safety.
TAKEN AT WORd
SOUTHERN PlNfiS, N.C (UPD
Store owner R. C, Johnson ran
a newspaper ad saying: "All
rock must go,"',
lie reported today that thieves
, bruke into the place and a uhled
. away fon: valued at $1,200.
FOR RENT: Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished one bedroom apartment
high in El Cangrejo, large living
dining, porch, large kitchen ga garage,
rage, garage, all screened, call 3-7453.
FOR RENT: Two bedroomi
apartment, very good house.
"Chelet Apartments," Campo
Alegrc. Tel. 3-7658.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 3 bedrooms. Madurito
Building, Cangrejo. May 15th to
September 15th. $250.00. Phone
3-1892. 8:00 a.m. and 7:00
FOR RENT: Modern and kool
apartment, two bedrooms, Can Cangrejo,
grejo, Cangrejo, Via Argentina. Tel. 3 3-6905.
6905. 3-6905. WANTED
French Reds Seek
PARIS, March 21 (LfP"I) -Com
munist Leaders are seeking i
"permanent popular front" with
the dissident Socialists who team
ed with them in the recent nation
wide municipal elections.
The latest overture to the So Socialists
cialists Socialists came at the windup of a
closed-door strategy meeting of
the Communist central committee
in suburban Gennevilliersk 1
The secret meeting, presided o o-.er
.er o-.er by ailing party leader Mau Maurice
rice Maurice Thorez, was called to man a
new offensive against President
Charles de Gaulle's government.
A resolution adopted by the
central committee congratulated
the party on its "great victory"
in the local elections held
throughout France on March 8
Left-witfg gains scored in last
Rundav's. run-Affi. voting Werejpart-
ly due to last-minute Communist-
socialist "popular front amancps.
Pacts such as these wore signed
in at least 50 communities in (di (direct
rect (direct violation of orders from so socialist
cialist socialist leader Guy Mollet.
TO TELECAST ; ELECTIONS f I
! LONDON ('UPD Britain's two
television services said today thev
wni'H f"or th 'nr'hrnminf npn npn-eral
eral npn-eral elections with party political
BALBOA 2150 2159
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LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
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No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone .3-4984 3-4985
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ram In4l(etla, cae. heartburn, con
tie lion, headachee, bad breath, rili-
Mbm. btlleueneaa and akin blemlahea,
Hlgeifn friim your chemist today.
Mioaloo la a real tonic to the liver and
Inieetlnea. Oat Hloal'rt at dru.atore.
FOR SALE: Beautiful Sunbeam
Alpine sport convertible. For in-
formation call 3-1141 from 8
a.m. to 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford, station
wagon, 9 passengers, Fordomatie
$900.00. 793-A Tavernilla St.
Balboa, phone 2-3406.
FOR SALE: 8 cy. Plymouth '56
hard top, 4 doors, perfect condi condition.
tion. condition. Tel. 3-6298.
FOR SALE: Morris convertible,
1955 $550.00, Morris, sedan,
black,' 1955, $600.00. House
No. 2162-B, 8th St., Curundu,
FOR SALE: Station wagon 1957
Chevrolet, for details call 6-455
or 6-755 Gamboa.
FOR SALE: 1957 Dodge 4 door
aedan, Custom Royal, blue book
price, 460 Ancon Boulevard, An An-con.
FOR SALE: 8 cyl. Plymouth
'56, hard top, 4 door, perfect
condition. Tel. 3-6298.
WANTED TO BUY: Heater for
1957 Lincoln. Telephone 2-0261
or 3-2632. Mr. Freund.
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Main Mainline
line Mainline four door, radio, WSW. Call
FOR SALE: 1950 Nash sedan,
two tone with radio. Revised.
$150.00. Tel. 3-2737.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 52,
powerglide, duty paid,, under under-coated,
coated, under-coated, excellent condition. Tel.
FOR SALE: 1957 Plymouth
Sport Suburban 9 pass., station
wagon $1500, Revere movie
camera $50, chest of drawer $5.
Telephone Panama 3-6649 after
4 p.m. or can be seen from 12
to 4 at 0784, Williamson Place
Balboa or Lee's Streak House op opposite
posite opposite Sears on Isthmian High High-way,
way, High-way, from 4 to 8.
FOR SALE: 1958 Vauxhall Vic
It tor Super. Sedknii At Sacrifice
Excellent condition. See to ap appreciate
preciate appreciate value. 3-7374 (Pan (Panama).
ama). (Panama). .FOR SALE: 1958 Mercury "Vo "Voyager"
yager" "Voyager" 9 passenger station wa wagon.
gon. wagon. Powers steering, brakes &
it-ear window. Push button drive;
Porcefainixed 4 undercoated; Ra Radio,
dio, Radio, heater, clock outside mir mirror.
ror. mirror. Brand new plastic washable
Seatcovers, royal blue 4 white
00. Call 84-6277.
With built-in Universal
Call LOWE, S. A.
Balboa Ave. No. 7 Tel. 2-4618
Authorised service for
Johnson, Evinrude, Mercunr,
West Bend, Buccaneer. Elto
FOR SALE: 61x19x42 solid
knotty pinebar wooden mahogany
colored desk. Automatic dryer.
Dresser and 3 chesti Odds and
ends. 0777-D Williamson Place.
FOR SALE: Simmons sofa ted,
matching chairs, new, 5 months.
FOR SALE: Walnut secretary
$30.00, green pattern rug 9x12,
$15.00 dresser, chest of drawers
$7.00 each, 2-sets encyclopedias
$20.00 & $7.00. House No.
2162-B, 8th St., Curundu, C.Z.
FOR SALE: Small Hot Point
refrigerator in excellent shape.
Please call 3-4086.
FOR SALE: Beautifull 6 pieces
mall living room set. Almost
new, please call 3-4086.
FOR SALE: Automatic Laun Laundromat
dromat Laundromat Westinghouse washing
machine in perfect conditions,
please call 3-4086.
FOR SALE: Buffet, antique
wardrobe, tables, chairs, rugs,
Frigidaire, name it, I have it.
FOR SALE: Living room set, bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, tefrigerator, pantry's baby's
bedroom, recordplayer. Tel. 3 3-1739.
1739. 3-1739. Dogs
FOR SALE: A.K.C. registered
Boxer pups. Call Navy 3689,
after 5:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: AKC Cocker Spaniel
puppies, champion line, pedi pedigreed,
greed, pedigreed, sired by general-tuff-guy.
Call Panama 3-4678.
The president-to-president letter
sent by the Panama's chief exe executive
cutive executive to the U.S. chief of state,
this week was hailed by labor
leaders of the Canal Zone, as pav paving
ing paving the way for a better under understanding
standing understanding of the wages paid on the
Here's hoping that solid results
Off to Chile and advanced edu education
cation education this week was Luis Shirley,
recent graduate of Instituto Na Na-cional,
cional, Na-cional, and son of Mr; and Mrs.
Owen B. Shirley.
Tho lad deDarted from Tocu-
men airport on Monday amid the
expressions for success from his
many schoolmates wno nau ac
companied him to say Don voy-
Returning to his home In Los
Angeles, California, after spend spend-inn
inn spend-inn three weeks en the Isthmus
to visit his ailing mother, Phil
lip Ward departed on Saturday
whilo nnm'me in from the Ap
ple to spend some time here with
relatives was Miss Irene Church.
Tr.mii and Mariela SDence.
daughters of Mrs. Enith Spence
of Rio Abajo arrived from Jamai
ca, to soend the summer vaca
tion with the family.
Over the weekend a big press
and radio pow-wow is slated to
take place in far-away Aguadul Aguadul-ce,
ce, Aguadul-ce, to protest the government government-sponsored
sponsored government-sponsored gag-law and to set a
form of permanent vigil to pro protect
tect protect those of us who must speak
or write to make a living. But, it
will also be in de ense of one of
the most precious possessions oi
a people in a democratic set-up.
freedom of speecn.
' ttirrhday greetinfls went out
early in the week to Heri&erto
N. Soley of the capital, wnue
Miss Joyce Williams of Calle
Estudiante and a student of the
Pan American Institute, will ob observe
serve observe hers on Tuesday.
it will be recalled that we
pledged in last week's issue to
give imormaiion reaium mui mui-ance
ance mui-ance and the benefit of acquiring
Dolicy and certain terms, even
though simple, the layman quite
often is apt to misinterpret their
In order to realize the impor importance
tance importance of an insurance policy the
prospective holder should try to
avail himselt of all the informa information
tion information possible regarding unction of
an insurance company and the
euarantee that it offers for his
investment. .namely a policy
for a given sum of money, month
lv nuarterlv or annually.
The next step naturally is what
would vou Hike to accomplish
lhrouah acquiring an insurance
Dolicv. whether it would beforthe
purpose of educating1 the children
or having some iorm oi proiec
tion for the building of a home o;
FOR SALE: Airplane Cessna
140-A, blue and white. Colon
Airport. Phone Cristobal 1-1942
FOR SALE: One commercial
beer cooler. 5 compartments with
compressor, 6 cycl. 110 volts. Ft.
Clayton Officers Club, Tel. 87 87-428
428 87-428 1 er 4283. Beit effer vvef
FOR SALE: Hi-Fi stereo, for
records and tape, complete with
cabinets and quality components.
FOR SALE) 6.E. refrigerator 9
ft. $200, air extractor $50,
Perrid Boxer pup, six weeks eld,
$75.00. Tel. 3-6125.
FOR SALE: Hi-Fi phonograph
AM-SW radio,, console, excel excellent
lent excellent condition. Also CRIB, phone
To Give Lecture
The Rev. Raymond G, Jolly,
who will lecture at the French so society
ciety society Hall Tomorrow at 7 p.m.,
has been a lecturer foi ever
years and is the editor of
"Bible Standard" and other
He has just returned from an
extensive European lecture tour
where he was enthusiastically re received
ceived received by many large audiences,
even in Poland, behind the Iron
His subject will be "Is God or
Ctn lUm.inn" ..nA 4n PnUn
and ki Colon
0aia.11 r, lulling,
at the Dunbar school hall, on Tues
day at 7 p.m.
economia assistance during
later years of life.
Or to provide a certain amount
of security for the family should
one die early.
It would first of all be wise to
determine what one would like
to accomplish and set out through
a good solid company, local for
that matter, to get a policy.
Friday, March 27, (Good Fri Friday)
day) Friday) Graciela Maria Thomas'
fifth grader at the Escuela Re Re-publica
publica Re-publica de Chile and daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. George G.
Thomas of the capital will be
observing her natal anniversa anniversary.
ry. anniversary. On Monday Mrs. Pearl Gest,
will be on the scroll for congra congratulations
tulations congratulations on the occasion of an another
other another birthday anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe D. Henry, of
Locona are being felicitated by
friends on their recent wedding.
Grin and Bear: A recent re request
quest request for a hi-fi set wasvmade by
a young lady to a local furniture
store. However, the salesman
THE MEXICAN BOYS
-TICKETS ON SALE DURING BOX OFFICE '.HQUjfeS-li
FOR SALE:-r-Lots 500 and 1.000
meters, ia the Nuevo Hipodrome
Urbanization across the Remoa
Racetrack. All lets with street
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBamett.
FOR SALE: Lot 1,066 square
meters in the best location of
La Cresta, situated between "V"
Street and new street. For infor information
mation information please call Tel. 2-2170
from 8 a.m. to 12 neon and from
2 p.m. te 5 p.m.
To Combat Enforced
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (UPD-
An estimated 2,000 delegates to
day began formation of a
laymen s union at he grass
roots level to combat enforced
integration of Methodist churches.
Circuit Judge Whit Windham of
Birmingham told the group at an
organizational meting last nigni,
"We would be mentally unbalanc
ed if we let our children run with
those who records show have the
nighest crime rate, different so social
cial social habits, and different habits
in sex and morals."
Windham, who was elected
president and who was one of the
34 original founders of the group,
said that "hate, dislike, ill will
and prejudice, are not the basis
for this organization.!
The elegates, who represent
over 300,000 methodist in Alabama
and West Florida, adopted resolu
tin-c tr. nnKfv th peneral confer-
i"?". .. li 1.1..
body, that they were inalterably
opposed to any attempt at iorcyig
The last general eonferenet in
1956 condemned segregation and
aDDointed a commission to siuay
way of bringing about race mix
I am'mitte' of Methodist few.
vpr was formed to study the
status of church property in event
the general conference attempts
To lorce lniegrainm vu uumu
A commission was formed to
determine if any church groups
cnntrihirtinrt money to
for inte.ration. Anoth
or rpsniiition called for formation
of a gr6u,p to study church and
school literature to determine if
it supports integration.
BLASTS VITAMIN PILLS
mfmphts. Tenn. (UPD Dr.
Louis M. Orr, president-elect tof
the American Medical Associa Associa-tion,said
tion,said Associa-tion,said yesterday that the vita
min pill fad causes tne pumic w
spend a billion dollars a year on
Orr, an Orlando, Fla., urologist,
said our food supply provides all
the vitamins and minerals neces necessary
sary necessary for good health.
was taken aback when he sug
gested some of the records that
was on hand, as tne young iauy
c.iri that she had no need to buy
any records, as the purpose of
hnvin? thp hi-fi set was to have
her police record played.
Thought for Todayr Where there
is no vision the people perisn.
TUESDAY 8 P. M.
WANTED : Barber. Apply Al
brook. Base Barber Shop P.X.
DRAWER "A". DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.X
PHONE BALBOA 3709
AH cameras held-In our Repair
Department 90 days after this
publication will be' sold at the
cost ef the repairs. Kindly call at
our stores for your repaired cam cameras
eras cameras as soon as possible. KODAK
PANAMA, LTD. Panama-Colon.
BABY-ORCHID corsages bou bouquets
quets bouquets delivered anywhere U.S.A.
Canal Zone, Panama. Tel. Pana Panama
ma Panama 4-1241.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 38 ft. beat, Buda
Diesel 6 cylinder,! 460 gal fuel
FOR SALE: 14 foot, Modified
playboy run-a-bout 35 h.p.,
electric start outboard, break breakdown
down breakdown type gator trailer, all ac accessories,
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television was to t)icktjp read
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them to medical experts ki the
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conference and the demonstrations
is construction of a oush-binn
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"How do you ay 'thank you' for these wonderful,
. If a bater way than, those two simple words has been
found, Dorse Waites would like to hear about it. For the
past 12 years she Jiaa contributed her talent and energies
to transform little girls into poised and graceful creatures.
I On April 30, she will close the doors of the Dorese
. Waites School of Dancing for the last time. And the patter
Of innumerable little feet, however noiseless, will cease in
the Knights of Columbus Building in Balboa.
' With this interview, Mrs. Waites
makes it official that she and
her husband,,. V7., R (Rndy)
Waites, are really leaving the -a
nal Zone. Since Randy's retire retirement
ment retirement from the Instrument Repair
Shop of the Panama Canal Co. a
month ago. they have toyed with
the idea of staying in Panama or
leaving the Isthmus, and friends
have plied them for an answer.
Her reply is now "Yes, but it
will be so difficult.'
For an artist who has spent t a
good deal of her life centered a.
round expression, she is finding
that "good-bye"1 and "thanks for
everything" are natural to feei,
but harder to ,;describ thah a
complicated adagio. During the
next six weeks, she will try to
tell her students, their parents,
friends, her K of C landlords, Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal Company officials
and so many others who have
been involved in her busy life
here, what the .Canal Zone has
meant -to her.
Dorese waites had heardly got gotten
ten gotten her feet, firmly established
viMA jhe oPecUhe scbpaK oflly
Si' months after 5 'arrival. The
school originally x was in the
Knights of Columbus building,
now razed, which stood on the
present site of the Chase Manhat Manhattan,
tan, Manhattan, Bank parking 4ot. When -Kmghtr
plamiedthcii new home,
Mrr- Waites' school" was remem remembered
bered remembered and included.
Little girls ("heaven Icnews
how many") from three years
through high school age have
dottrel leotards and bailer slip slip-pers,
pers, slip-pers, to1 Study ballet, acrobatic!
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who introduced walnut trees to
the United, States and. to Joseph
Sexton, the orchardift, who was
the first to plant thenv as a com commercial
mercial commercial venture in 1887. .v.Pv:!
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of the walnuts in the nation and
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and tap dancing with Doreia
Waitet .She Is tutoring about
150 students at present, In dif different
ferent different groups of age, advance advancement
ment advancement and specialty.
Not that she has overlooked lit lit-the
the lit-the boys. There have been a few.
But, she laughs, somehow wlien
baseball season rolls around, like
now, the little boys tend to over overlook
look overlook the dance lessons.
During the years she has oper operated
ated operated the studio, Dorese Waite-i
hag presented her students in 10
recitals, end-of-the-season events
ior which the student prima don donnas
nas donnas practice laboriously through
the school months. Each of the
recitals, Mrs. Waites points out,
have been given for chairty ben benefitsproceeds
efitsproceeds benefitsproceeds going to such or organizations
ganizations organizations as Girl and Boy Scout
and summer recreation programs.
This past Christmas, she pro
sented groups of her students in
a holiday show at the Balboa
Whether or not the little balle ballerinas
rinas ballerinas ever continue the art to the
big-time stage, their instructor hi hi-Ueves,
Ueves, hi-Ueves, firwly ,Jiat this type of
training' is invaluable in setting
the pattern for poise, grace, goou
posture and breathing, charm -all
the attributes which make a lady
Due to the nature of the tran transient
sient transient population here, most" of
her' student have been short short-timer.
timer. short-timer. Two, however, Started
thir pirouettes and tow-tapping
techniques in the first grade,
and they continued through- high
They are still-practicing what
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hump in the center; if sprinked
hump in center, it sinks.) Beat
egg whites with, salt until famy;
add augar gradually snd beat un until
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form. 'This should be a hard me me-ringue
ringue me-ringue as for a torte, not a soft
meringue s for pie. Spread evenly-over
both layers, but do not
seal to edge of pans. Bake at 350
degrees F. 35 to 40 minutes (this
ii 10 minutes more than package
directions pall ior). Cool on rack
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and eomple cooling. Meringue
r'"-'e!tle, forming a basket for
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salt ntil thick and' lemon-color-edv
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continue beatiiur until verv thick.
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DANCE INSTRUCTOR to hundreds of pint-sized ballerinas, Mrs.
Dorese Waites has decided, with difficulty, to close the doors of the
school she has operated for 12 years and return to the States
uores,, waites. preacned,
passing along her Instruct!
Sue Mable, now a freshman stu student
dent student at the Women's College In
North Carolina, is teaching memt
bers of the Tap Club, she writes
her former 'teacher. And Lynn
Raymond received a distinct hon honor
or honor for a first-year student-at Flor Florida
ida Florida State College1. She was select selected
ed selected for a dance, trouDe which has
performed throughout the state
and in Georgia.
Mrs. Waites has not stopped
studying herself. Ten times sne
has returned to the States for
workshop sessions conducted by
Dance Masters of America, one
of the largest dance organizations
in the world. As a member of
Dance Masters, she has kept a a-breast
breast a-breast of new, modern trends in
technique and teaching from top top-notch
notch top-notch instructors in the field.
She prefers teaching to perform
ing, and has had a healthy smat smattering
tering smattering of Both, She danced In oal oal-let,
let, oal-let, adagio and modern stage pro productions
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AfterfMft maffiea 'f Traveling
mart," she set f up "dance; '"shop
wherever her husband's a s s i g r
ment took them in Kansas, Mis
souri, Louisiana, Arkansas, and
the Canal Zone.
u Mr. and ,Mrs. Waite plan to
look around a bit before settling
on a new hometown. Arizona or
New Mexico is the probable loca location.
tion. location. It's a pretty sure bet that whei
ever they park the suitcases, it
won t be too lone before anoOfei
Dorese Waites School of Dancing
opens for business.
When asked if she Dlanned tn
start teaching again in the States,
sne repuea, "wen, i guess there
will always be little girls."
titiiNiiVA (UPI) Police ti
day were looking for the fas
operating thieves who shot a hole
in the window of a jewelry" shop
last night and then used
needle-nosed pincers to lift out
some $24,000 worth of rings and
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Isthmian Dauahters At
Play OffrDuty Roles As
Students and staff member; of
the Holy Cross Central School of
Nursing at South Bend, Ind., are
finding they have a self-appointed
public relations agent from the
Canal Zone In their midst.
Sne is Miss Gwen MoCullough,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George
S. McCullough, of Balboa. T h e
freshman student of the school,
She was graduated last year from
Balboa High School.
Sister John Francis, publicity di
rector of the school, mentionea
the local girl as a,"one-woman
Chamber of Commerce" in a note
accompanying an announcemeni of
the recent festival at Notre Dame
"Miss McCullough," remarks the
Sister, "is proving herself ,sucn a
fine public relations officer for the
Canal Zone that mere may be a
rush of applications to the grad graduate
uate graduate staff of Gorgas Hospital. We
would indeed be pleased to pre prepare
pare prepare professional nurses for lhat
part of the world."
Sister John Francis added that
Holy Cross Central has two other
'daughters' Connected with the
Zone. Frances Thompson, daught daughter
er daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul T. Thorn
son of Balboa, is a senior student
there and will receive her diplo:
ma in August.
A former student, Mrs. Barbara
Whitley Whitehead, came to the
Zone to be with her husband, woo
is assigned here with1 the Army
By RICK DU BROW
v HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Lana
lumer says she has learned
tne last year how to be
without being ii. love.
"It's part of the change in my
values," she told U P I in an in interview.
terview. interview. "I have found there are
other things work, for instance.
But above all,. I have the feel feeling
ing feeling of be;ng able to contain my myself.
self. myself. I don't mean I'm aloof or
pulling away 'from life. It's that
I no longer jump without think thinking."
ing." thinking." Lana told of the changes in her herself
self herself shortly before she left here
for a five-city, 12-day tour to
promote her new movie, "Imita "Imitation
tion "Imitation of Life."
Choosing her words carefully and
with much thought, the bbnde
star said: i
"This is my first real tour since
that war bond dreves in World
War II. I think it's time I get out
and meet people again."
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NURSE-THESPIANS Miss Gwen McCullough, front row at right,
student-nurses who participated in the variety show of the annual
On her itinerary were Chicago,
Cleveland, New York, Boston and
"It's important to show people
that I'm still active," Lana saidl
"Now and then, paricularly if one
has a picture to- be released, one
should make a legitimate effort
to stay in touch with the people
who made you what you are."
Another point, she noted, is that
she owns 50 per cent of the film.
Lana said her sense of values
has changed greatly since her
daughter Cheryl, 15, was made a
ward of the juvenile court and
placed in the temporary custody
of her grandmother, Mrs. Mildred
Turner, las' year.
"I live alone now." he said,
"which I've had to adjust to.
"I've also learned that when
called upon, you can live as well,
if not be'ter, when you're not
possessed by possessions. If I had
to so away tomorrow, I would
walk out and not worry. When
we had our big house, I was ter
WHAT PANAMA PRO
In Values, For
rified to leave if the maid wasn't
there. My material possessions
meant too much.
"I've found out too that there
are more good people than bad
by 'the way they came through
with encouragement and sinceri sincerity
ty sincerity when I needed it. Total stang stang-ers
ers stang-ers friends who never were too
close before gave me warmth.
Is L,ana satisled wih what her
career has brought her?
"Yes, mostly," she said. "I'm
grateful for the recognition, the
monetary reasons, the chance to
see the world and to give my fa family
mily family what I desired then to
The major drawback, she said,
is a lack of privacy.
"I take issue wi'h people who
think we are public property."
she said. "If I were jus' an ordi ordinary
nary ordinary working girl and somebody
askeH me some of the questions
I've been asked. I'd say, "Get
lost. Buster". But I just take a
deeip. breath and try. to answer.
it's a product
more reason to
consuming our products
we help our
- A) SI-
of Balboa, is pictured with felled
Mardi Gras carnival of Notts.
"Sometimes, when I -don'feel
like it at all at press. ijbjifer-.
ences, for instance I have to
show stren-gth and calmhes$i"when
I'm quaking inside and feel 'like
running away." -t
In "Imitation of Life,'' Lana
plays an ambitious actress: Cho
has a temporao split witB her
teen-aged daughter becatfse 61 a
misunderstanding. They 'witttf tjp
together and happy at the"'elnd.
"I don't mind playing 'mtrtljer
roles," said the actress, "so Ions
as the parts are good, "f placed
my first mother part in Peyton
Place and I got an Oscar ag agination
ination agination for it. I just wanU-ithe
chance to play roles that Sjjfijy i
the growth of a charac'er.l',,
What does she want more 'hs
anything else in the futureJ
"I want," she said, "continued
health, peace and the opportuni opportunity
ty opportunity to seek and find much mot
knowledge about many,, thBS
than I now have." 'v
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AUTHOR AND FRIENDS AT LARGEST PETROGLYJH SITE For purposes of study and photo photography,
graphy, photography, Mrs. Eva Harte ran common' white chalk through the center of the deeply carved lines.
TMs large rock at Caldera, between David and Boquete, has more prehistoric carvings than any
otfter vet found in Panama. It
Editor's Note: The author, Mrs. Harte of Curundu, is a past pres.
Idenl of the Archaeological Society of Panama. She came to the
Isthmus from Daytona Beach, Fla., in 1941, and is a member of the
clerical staff at Gorgas Hospital. With her husband and two daugh daughters,
ters, daughters, she has explored many parts of Panama in search of archaeolog archaeological
ical archaeological sites and has enjoyed making friends with the San Bias, tno tno-co
co tno-co and Guaymi Indians. r v.
By EVA M. HARTE
I went on a two week trip into the interior of Panama,
in search of ancient Indian rock carvings, or petroglyphs
which is the scientific name applied to engravings in stone
My trip took me from the Canal Zone to the Costa
Rican border, driving my little Opel car to ELVoloan., From
there to Santa Clara, which is five miles this side of Costa
Rica, the trip was by power truck and the rest of the way
by horseback, to the other side of the National Guard
station at "Piedra de Candela," where I presented my
papers and had no difficulty in coming and going.
I left home on a Saturday morning and drove to Sona
Where I spent the night at the hotel. Everyone was amazed
vyhen they learned I was going to El Volcan alone. Every Every-Minere
Minere Every-Minere 'along the way there was a look of incredulous belief
and the word "solita" was whispered io anyone who hap
pened to come by. I could imagine their thoughts: 'There
goes a loca gringa." My Spanish friends aren't the only
jones who think so; my Zone friends and working cohv
.janions feel likewise.
1 Next mowing as I started out
for El Volcan, everyone a the
5oxl wisned me "Viaja Bien."
"hough my Spanish barely gels
Une by, I really acquire:, two new
terms for my vocabulary, solita
and vieja bien, which i heard ev everywhere.
erywhere. everywhere. -Arriving at El Volcan in the
Tate afternoon, 1 located a Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Whiting, me ten
years ago when my husband took
ur daughters and me jn an ar archaeological
chaeological archaeological 'rip to Chiriqui.
ffheir ihonie was my headquarters
firing my week's stay at El Vol Volcan.
can. Volcan. ?nd vicinity.
" '"The weather was refreshing,
but a lit4le too cold to suit me.
Though I was prepared with
warm clothing, I developed a
bad cold and lost my voice for
What a predicament! T'was bad
enough to struggle with my poor
Spanish but to cope with hoarse hoarseness
ness hoarseness and squeeks was realty a
dilly. But somehow the people
managed to get what I was try trying
ing trying to ask and were very helpful
with giving me the informa'ion I
was looking for.
On my trip to the frontier.
Louis Har man, who pioneered
the country, acted as my suide
and we went in search of the
"Piedra Pintal" but couldn't lo loca
ca loca it because of the dense over overgrowth
growth overgrowth of the jungle. On the re
turn trip to Santa Clara, the
home of Hartman, we passed an
isolated finca and saw a herd of
goats ribbing madly down
slope, Hartman said that
h AS INTKICA rE TiESIGN is carved deply into": this natural black black-.
. black-. board five feet, wide and two feet high'. It is at Palo Santo near El
volcan, in Cniriqui.
is covered with incisions on all sides
must have been frightened by a
moun'ain lion or tiger. Shortly
thereafter we heard the terrible
bleating of a goat fighting for it's
U Tha night I went to bed with
the cried of the animal still ring ringing
ing ringing in my ears.
Next day, Hartman and I
rode on horseback through
10 ire of the worst terrain "I
have ever ridden. At on mo moment,
ment, moment, I would be hugging the
horses neck down steep slope
-' '''e next time I was hold holding
ing holding on for dear life going up a
I had 'he feeling that I was go going
ing going to slide right out of my sad saddle.
dle. saddle. We finally arrived at Rabo de
GMlo where we located two very
interesting and well executed
rock carvings. I had to clean thei
rocks with a wire brush and then
fill, or rather trace, the carvings
wi'h chalk so that I could photo photograph
graph photograph them.
On the way back to Hartmans,
we ran into a downpour (this was
supposed 'o be dry season) which
lasted about an hour. We were
wet aid freezing cold, the rain
ran down my pants legs and fill filled
ed filled mv boots with water.
When we got home I was
shkinq so that I could hardly
get out of my wet clothes. I
stood in front of the stove to
Next day I returned to El Vol Volcan
can Volcan where I spent three days
fnr -e- -'vn' T nhoto-
graphed some at Barrilles. where
ie amazing stone statues were
and on top.
found that are now at the Pana Panama
ma Panama National Museum. We also
located some petroglyphs' at Pa Palo
lo Palo Santo.
Monday morning I left the Vol Volcan
can Volcan for David. My ten year old
dog, Trixie was glad to leave the
Volcan. Like me, she didn't like'
the- cold weather. I took her along
for moral support though she
wouldn' bite a flea. She loves lo
go on exploration trips. Whenever
I put on my blue jeans she knows
I am going on a trip, so she
jumps in the car without even be being
ing being invited.
En route to David, I lost two
days tracking down rumors and
trying to locate petroglyphs, in
and around Alanje and Divala,;
but will have to make the trip!
again some other time because'
the' guide was not af home. At
sunset I left for David where I
spent the night. The following
morning I left for Boquete where
I hired a jeep to take me to Cal-
I was aiViazed at the size of
the rock at Caldera, it it the
largest located so far. It has
numerous carvings, well defin.
en', very interesting but quite
complicated to understand at
On the return to Boquete, where
I left my car, 1 did some shop-
ninn looked over some pensions
for future reference and bought
some fresh vegetables to take
home. The large potatoes- and
green peppers were especially
nice. I spent the night at David.
I left for Sona the following
morning. On the way I stopped
ar han enx, :-. wnere I found a
guide to show .me the location of
a large petroglyph. It took all
morning to clean and preoare the
rock for photographs. By late aft
ernoon I headed for Sona, where
I spent the night.
I spen' the next two days look
ing for petroglyphs, and was for
tunate to photograph some. I be
lieve Sona is the hottest place in
So in San Felix, where I felt
sorry for Trixie who had to
walk while I rode horseback, I
slung my knapsack over the
horn of the saddle and strapped
Trixie inside. She rode like a
papoose and was very content,
the horse didn't mind having
her on his neck either.
'That night I arrived at Santia Santiago,
go, Santiago, where I met some friends
from the Zone who were also
staying at Hotel Santiago. Next
morning after breakfast they left
for Sona and I started home.
Arrived at Curundu at mid-aft-
ernon, very tired but satisfied
with my trip. It was good to be
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TODAY!' 75c. 40c.
TREVOR HOWARD EDDIE ALBERT
C)NMoKr COtOR ky DC LUXi
THE ROUNDED TOP of this rock at Rabo deGallo, in Chiriqui near: the 'Costa Rfcan border, is
covered with petroglyphs. About four feet in diameter, and four. feel deep, the. boulder incisions
show greater artistic talent than some of the more primitive pictures Jpuod ielsewhere.
home! After a goofl night's-rest,
it was back to more routine
things. I had had no flats or me mechanical
chanical mechanical difficulties, though I
passed many on the roaH who
IT COULD BE A SNAKE or
tuck ai yueoraaa ujo ae-Agua in the Volcan, Chiriqui.' TheDoulder
is 7 ft tall, and the earving 18 inches in diameter,
SPIRAL AND WINDING CURVES atop a small rock at Palo Santo,
in the Volcan, stand out ast possible shells or reptiles.
VAN NUYS, Calif. (UPI)-The
district attorney was trying to un
tangle today a Hollywood horse
opera that had singer Guy Mitch
ell galloping up to take a poke at
a lumber dealer and actor Jose
Ferrftr stepping into the fray as
Mitchell, 35-year-old singer re reported
ported reported to earn $200,000' a year,
admitted fighting with Abraham
Berman Wednesday over $100
worth of lumber allegedly taken
from Herman's lumberyard for
use on an addition to Mitchell's
Berman said he was sitting in
his car in" nearby Chatsworth
when Mitchell rode up on a horse,
dismounted and said, "I'll pound
hell out of you."
Berman said the singer hit him
while he was still in the car and
then dragged nim out and hit and
kicked him.. He said he wag treat treated
ed treated at a hospital for contusion,
abrasions, lacerations and possible
fractures of his fingers.
Snorted Mitchell, "I didn't even
get a good hot in. All he got was
a scratch, one the, cheek. T didn't
even have marks on my handsi1'
According to the singer he was
out enjoying- peaceful rida on.
In summary' here are some
EL Volcan has
mate, Sona the
the most ideaL
. the coldest cli-
The jnost petroglyphs; so
only a'spbjaf design oh'shadedv
when he spotted Bee-
we started arguing, 1 1 was
leaning on the window of his
car," said Mitchell. "He took off
nis glasses and took a swing ut
me. men ne opened the door and
came out and we began rolling
ai ounu on me ground.
Ferrer said he came along and
saw the two men wrestling.
"I thought they were workmen
wrestling at lunch time. .When I
saw that it was an earnest fight.
I jumped into it and pulled away
one ot the men. It turned out -to
ha din, Mitnknll M k. ..U N
MONDAY, MAkCH 2S
income areaK were found in Palo
SantO,r El Volcan, Chiriqui. ;
The largest and most interest interesting
ing interesting rock carving was at Caldera.
The worst part of highway is
between Sona and a point this
side of David where the new pav-
Looking ahead, I hope to re record
cord record and locate in Panama as
many rock carvings as possible.
I intend to do research and make
an extended study of these petro petroglyphs
glyphs petroglyphs in. order to determine- if
possible what group of people liv lived
ed lived here and left behind these- in-,
teresting carvings as' proof of
their existence. j
What are their meanings? Are
they religious? Do they serve as
guide posts, or an account of
some nistoric event? I shall
keep searching, hoping to find
the key to the mystery.
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LJohn '' Sandra
SAXON 1 DEE-
I viVvM m
THERE was nothing I could do
now until i a talked to Sandra.
wno was married to two men.
Duke Calvin and Wayne Howell.
i oouDteo that Wayne would
be everjoyed at the news. It
meant that Wayne's marriage to
Sandra was not legal, and unless
he, married again within the next
month, before his 25th birthday,
half of the trust fund would go
automatically to Hugo, which
was what Hugo had wanted in
the first place. I felt a little joy joyous,
ous, joyous, too. because my client would
now tie awe to pay the agency s
I doubted tha Wayne would
meet and marry another woman
in a month s time, even if he re
covered from a broken heart that
quickly. I felt sorry for Wayne,
but not too sorm :l was con
vinced that he'd be much happier
without Sandra: iio matter what
tender passion heiltelt for her
now. And I decided definietly
that L would not give Hugo the
good news until .after I'd pulled
il i ; i r
uie rug om iroui unuer oauura.
I had no doubt ihafc; Hugo would
soon run through his share of the
trust money, but 1 didn't worry
about it. I'd done the job for
which I'd been originally hired.
and I d done it without resorting
to unethical procedures.- I felt a
little smug about the whole
I didn't worry too much about
the safety of Hugo Howell. He
was down the hall in his room
behind a locked door, sleeping.
hoped. I was certain that he was
too frightened to venture out. If
he did go uot. after I'd warned
him not to, it was his neck. I had
disliked the. man. but my opinion
of him had undergone a subtle
change in the last hour. Perhaps
the news that he had contributed
to charities had softened my
feelings toward him, that and the
revealing flicker of intelligence
I'd seen in hi? eyes. I told myself
not to sel Hugo short. I still did
not exactly like him, but I'd ac
quired a little respect for him as
a human being.
I doubted that Ambrose Lott's
killer was still lurking about, at
least not in the' daytime. But one
thing prodded the back of my
brain 'and it was definitely a jar jarring
ring jarring note; I couldn't forget the
blow on my head and my frantic
fear in the water when I was
certain I was about to drown,
-Maybe Ambrose Lott had done it,
in revenee for his friend and for
mer employer. But Lott was dead
now, and beyoned all reproach.
Mavbe it had been a sneak thug.
a nameless stranger, intenir'upon
robbery, and then frightened
away at Wayne Howell's fortu fortunate
nate fortunate approach.
WHO wanted Hugo dead? The
same person who had attacked
me. maybe watching in the Har
bor House bar, seeing that Hugo
was drunk and apparently wen wen-heeld?
heeld? wen-heeld? I walked to the police station,
When I arrived there I remem
bered that Chief Campbell had
been on duty all night and would
probably now be home sleeping.
Gus, the young poli-eman, was
behind the desk. I asked if any
information had come in from
the Detroit police. He said, "Yes,
early this morning.
"Mind telling me what it is?"
"Not at all. The chief said to
tell you if you asked." Then he
gave me. practically the same
information on Ambrose Lott and
Hugo Howell that I'd gotten from
Lew Hancock, and mentioned
that Howell was on the books in
Detroit for only the one drunken
Gus said. 'Since mis Lott
diwsn't have nnv rolfltivps T ann-
Sose the county will have to bury
"Howell said he'd talp care of
tne tunerai." l torn mm; "Ten tne
chief to see him about."
I did not mention the informa information
tion information I'd r e c e i v e d on Sandra
O'stprman Calvin Howell hut
decided to tell it to Camnbell
when I saw himiaiiiSniatterjof i
policy. He wasn't as interested;' in
Sandra as I wWi.'la6'.I&MM':e'
no connection between1 ;v Sandra
an,d Ambrose Lott' jdeathbt it,
never hurt to show U your cards
10 tne law wnen k jpeait
I asked Gut to tell Campbell
that I would see him ktee in thV
'J n ,t Vl J'1i .LJ-t
aay. uus repueq .mai tuia tijie
would be at thtt-itetio'&il;-'raj
the evening, to, take ,oy er ahe'
night desk tricfcf l i.returncdl to
uie riaroor tiuuse. ii -,,,wai 'vuiy
11 o'clock, too early 1 for'.f jnch. I
decided to check. smy clieotj.
THERE wa nsVnl&:)r
knock on his door.VI .ftried-lile
knob. The door was still locked.
I knocked again, loudly. Still no
sound from within. I called his
name and rattled the knob. Noth Nothing.
ing. Nothing. I got worried and decided to
go down to the desk and eet a
key. Then a voice spoke behind
I turned and gazed at Hugo
Howell. He had shaved and
looked quite neat, for him. And
he seemed fairly sobery. I saw
that .he'd put on the blue sport
shirt I'd seen in his bag. It looked
fresh and clean, as did bis white
duck trousers. w :
I said coldly. "You were sup.
posed to stay in your room."-
He waved a hand. "Aw, don't
get sore. I got fidgety1 in there.
So I cleaned up and had a drink
-just a little one." H held ui
4 thiok thumb and forefiAgef aj
inch apart and grinned at me.
"Then I took t walk. You got
any more news for ma?"
I was tempted to tel him
about Sandra, but decided? to
suck to my resolution to wait
until I'd talked to her. "Not yet,"
I said. "I should have somethinf
"All right," he said. "We got
the afternoon to kill. Let's you
and me go finishin'."
We went dowa the stairs togeth together.
er. together. I told the 'desk clerk to take
anyAmessages for me, and that I
would be back later in the day.
We went around to the street
and I Stowed the fishing gear on'
the rear seat. Lowell got in and
I was about to go around to the
driver's side when I saw Honey
Campbell crossing the sidewalk
toward us. She was fresh and love
ly. in a pale blue' strapless sua'
dress and flat thite sandals. The
sun made broe glints in her
brown hairvand,cast a warm gold golden
en golden glow over her tanned should shoulders.
ers. shoulders. ;St
"Good mornink Mr. Bennett."
"Good morning, Honey." I
nodded at Hugo Howell. "Do you
know Mr. Howell?"
She smiled it him. "We haven't
met formally w-but I kndw who
I said to Howell, "This is Honey
Campbell, daughter of the chief
"Oh," Howell said, tipping his
hat. "How f ou do?" He show show-ed
ed show-ed his teeth infa rueful grin. "I'm
afraid I've jnet your daddy not
knowshe said, still smiling.
'Do you; know where I can reach
Howell frowned. "Vmi
boy?" .. T
"I See. Miss." Howell ehtftnil in
the seat so that he could look her
over more carefully. "Right now
I don't know where Wayne is. Did
you try the cottage where he's
"He isn't there." She tried to
smile, but it didn't wnrk. nh
well, it isn't important." She nod nod-ded
ded nod-ded at the two of us and walked
quickly away with a long-legged
As we headed for the lake hfffh.
way, Howell said, "Nice .looking
"It might be of Interest to von
to know that Honev CamDbell in
in, Jjovp wjuhnur son anyhow, I
think she is. When I told her he
was marriedY, she became quite
He turned toward me.
"You don't say!" Howell ex-
claimed. "Why couldn't the boy
have pkked,a girl like her, instead
of that cheap floozie?"
"une-ot those -things," I said.
He grunted something I didn't
eatch, and I said, "You call the
"Kppn oniirtff 'SetraioVit n
He reached around into the rear
seat, lifted 4he tackle box to his
lap, opened ft and took out a pint
whisky bottle, unscrewed the cap.
"Have a snort, Bennett. It's good
I shook my head.
He tilted the bottle and swallow
ed several times. I shuddered a
little. He drank again, recauoed
the bottle, wiped his mouth with
the back of a hand. ''Stop at the
third house on the left. We gotia
get some dbh. :t
We were well out of Lakermrt
mow", with tha lake on our left ami
scattefe houses on our neht. I
pulled- off the toad in front of a
house.. A sign in front said "Live
Bait." W got out and walked a a-round
round a-round to the back. Howell carrv.
ing the minnow bucket. A fat wom
an to dirty yellow slacks came out
of a chicken house. Howell told
her what we: wanted. She nodded
silentlydipped jsome minnows
and'jfjlled a can with moss and
squirming worms. Howell paid her
and we returned to the car.
SWCVCame to a sandwich and ice
rCfeam drive-in I'd spotted the day
before. I drove ?un beside it amd
stopped. A uniformed girl came
up and hooked a tray over the
window ledge.: I 'told her to bring
fee a ham on ryel and a large glass
6f milk. She looked at Howell, her
pencil poised. He shook his head.
"Nothing for me, girlie."
He wai, silent as I ate and took
small nips from, the bottle from
time to time. When we were once
moro on the road, I said,' "This
woman7 who married your son
Sandra. You said you talked to
her, offered her money to leave
; "I talked ito er. She knows
what"! think of her, all. right."'
I watched the road ahead and
said carefully,:: Would you say
that Sandra disliked you enough
to tp sck an ice pick into you?"
He looked at me suddenly.
He didn't speak for a second.
Then: "I can't think that. She had
no reason. Maybe I was pretty
rough with her, but she had
Wayne hooked,1 and,.."
"Then who?'.' I asked."
He picked, up the bottle' and un-!
screwed the -can. "I r dnn'i
know, Bennett,' he said in an un-
steady voice. 'Honest, I just dont
know..." ; v
US sr i nmrrk nr? Yvhccvc WITT CA 1J CJ .TP
Ml SUREFOOTED m TRAUSAttfLnrA sua J s o i
r rl' y' - v, ''Adyi.:? J m Greek crow to which eacn I Wit Tease
IN .yVUMil wi aMsMBiSMMBMB( am
as Its length
oft four equal
I put together, y
u of the orig- G
rocesato leave N J
is complete. N 9 I
ters on the ac-
"M" and has
f : ' W r i K f'ft tf &rFQ'LLUM-rS I placet which, when put together, xv
"r""' r?TKl I 1. XV I i I 'fl; V V 'FfiiiV '1 I will form another OreeJi cross k
! Yj ll J qQX y I V O NlgOOHVXVl a creek cross complete. ,' I
I y T SVS5rvTO ,.' tHILB? G1Ueo WM hUtelescope with Its am indicate DNICJ y L!
CI i ... YrH iNfi 1 D W concava eyepiece tor the epochal first time, be now this may be -JX rrl
. 1 fW'YJA m iW 1 J1a r .aid to have detected peculiarity about the done. Bisect C O NL
f""! l l ijvi t ii i I niMn ttatupn. since hia uiesooix naa not aumci- h. r r. it n. I s
I ;w ft "H trjd: FRONT
. front Nrm ai.-s
j- 1 ;.t., , v ;,:mak -; : rrT ' rear
I...J,Jri .I10NT ) 9?m i' ll i which many of the lettara ware transposed. To wit: V, I I it W, T -i I fj p
'1 tl ft I1. I lla Hma.mrmiimooetalevmibvnlenvettavlras. H at X and M U r lN
E t 1- fill Jin a'i ii'
t i n mbw sar i si r-k' a w bbb am
C VenUpede with a wooden leg,
" or bunny bent on the1 hare harebrained
brained harebrained antio pictured above,
could succeed in confusing 'things,
but most animal tracks We read readily
ily readily 'identifiable,; Nearly' Every Everyone
one Everyone has aeen'one or. more of the
tracks abov$ in snow, sand or
mud, : From certain" characteris characteris-itlc
itlc characteris-itlc that In most cases tre fairly
-obvious nearly' all of the others
tan be puzzled out How quickly
can' you succeed in doing this?
Silhouettes' of the animals in involved
volved involved are provided at bottom of
drawing. Pictured are a cat, dog,
deer, beaver; bear and rabbit
panel Include an indication of
Individual trotting or walking
postures. In actual field studies,
these and other; considerations
tnaka for Intriguing, detective detective-like,
like, detective-like, adventures.
-BUNNTS EYE-CUE DRILL
IT OW quwkfy
i can you cross
cross i out all of
by drawing four
from border to
border? Use of a
niler ;nr atraiem
object of this test
is to cross out all
of the bunnies
eyes with .four
One of these lines
will cross four
eyes; the others,
three, --g jo
IJ9I "J jo X jqS(j
w3u jo ia uiSij
qatlPJ'U u Mjq -g jo X :g ;o
a A3 t jo SXa- )q9j qanoaq u
aud i jo e jjai z 10 Wl 'I J
jCa qSnaiqi au fua :aoiiiiog
Murder Kf. 'Suicide
'AN a person who cotnmfts
suicide shoot himself twice
' thwih the heart?" That was the
question, Elmer asked me and 1
-had to think twice about, it before
;i replied, ''Impossible!"
That's Just what the police
; said in an actual case some time
! aa-o"ln Cleveland" Elmer ex
plained. "A woman was found
with two bullets in her heart
rhe husband was accused of mur murder.!
der.! murder.! But, the investigation of
clever detective exonerated him."
now? z N t
- -auo n ana qj
iji inoq put )JU qt aiuii paJg
-jq qj if Hani nm pas pJ aq
dbu uo J Mt ml pur m
-ii.no lSuw 1U0 nit Jqi lq)
inugi) Aitlp qx '"""
This Will Give
You the Shakes
rN. friends met and each
. shook hands with every
other. (Mr. A shook hands
with 9 others, etc.) How many
handshakes were there in all?
uo o uU iuojj tjaq
-tuna wi lo' uitw eq 'fl wojjm
ii jamuB qx (pajunoo XpwJ
a pim, v tasqw uAt qj puq
asiqt 0 'm (Punoo XpW!
w MK Jqv qlmi PUM
3iisqs B 'JH Jql0 ain qi!
. I.. B ITU MUIIV
Bu4 i..Ha ,y
clue lh this substitution
crypt N is substituted for t.
8 M F M
ilrHILB GalUeo was using" his telescope with iu
" concave eyepiece for the epochal first time, be
is said to have detected peculiarity about the
planet Saturn. Slnca hla ulesoops had not suffici sufficient
ent sufficient refractive power to show a separation of the
rings, Saturn looked to Galileo like three bodies ar arranged
ranged arranged In one direct line, the middle body being the
largest of the three.
The immortal astronomer announced his discov discovery
ery discovery to his Illustrious contemporary, Johannes Kep Kepler,
ler, Kepler, In the form of a logograph penned In Latin In
which many of the lettara ware transposed. To wit:
Restoring the letter to their proper places the
"Altlsslmum planetam tergeminum observavi."
In case that may still be somewhat obscure, here
It is once more, in Englisn witnout any transposi transpositions
tions transpositions of letters and with the vowels a, e, 1 and u
represented by the letter o:
ITOBOTHROOFOLD OHOVOOBSORVODTHOM08TDOSTONTPLONO-ITOBOTHROOFOLD Can you make It outt
q oi aia jujbip jgoia etfj paMMqo Aq i sjjhv
Just for the Time Being
AT the moment, as you an see above, one clock
says 10 minutes to 8; another 7 minutes to, 8
and a third 6 mlnutea past 8.
One Is four minutes out, another T minutes but,
and the third is 9 minutei out -Which
Is which la not revealed.
What is the correct time?
STRETCHING A DOLLAR
now this may be
done. Bisect C O
at N, F G at O,
K L at P, and B
I at Q. Join N
H, O M, P A. Q
E, Intersecting at
R, S, T and U.
Bisect A R at
V. E 8 at W. T
H at X and M U f
at t. Join V Q, N Y, W P, O X.
N W, V O, Q X, Y P.
Next, carefully cut out from
the. original cross the ; newly newly-formed
formed newly-formed cross. The four( odd odd-shaped
shaped odd-shaped pieces from around it can
be fitted together, as shown In
miniature by the third cross in
the center, to form another.
Fun With Figures
TEST your wits on these:
1. Two numbers consist of
the same two figures reversed.
Th smaller figure Is one less
than one-half the larger number.
What are these two numbers?
2. The last of five consecutive
numbers under 100 is one and
one-half times the first number.
What are these five numbers?
3. If a certain number is In
creased by 3, and the result Is
then divided by 2, the second re result
sult result is twice the 6riginal number.
What Is the number? This should
be answered within one minute.
no '8 aii
uA8 ul 'earn "mH3 I )
pu AB-Aiux 't :"V
E W M J T,
M B M Nv
Remember, each letter Is a sub substitute
stitute substitute lor soma other letter -the
same letter throughout.
j9dubxiy -uiojj aojjonb M"it
uijo tm Jlq n. "Ai uiui
8Kui Am JSA)tqM !HiOg
1 OME folk!
seem able to
make money go
farther than oth others.
ers. others. Are you
such; a person ?
U.fa'i an n-
else in which to find out From a given point In the
room, balance yourself on one hand and see how
far distant you can place' a bill or coin. Then let
someone else try. That person who places It at the
farthest point wins, of course.
A yardstick or piece of string stretched out on
the floor makes a good starting point Balance
should be kept on one hand; knees above floor
UNMASK YOUR HIDDEN TALENT
TRY these wits testers oh your yourself,
self, yourself, then on your friends:
(1) If your observation is good,
you should be able, to spot the
similarity or other affinity be between
tween between each of the groups of
figures or letters below.
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(2) Strike out a certain com combination
bination combination of two letters and read
a well known ,proverb.
Wutasuttute nutotut wutanutt
. (3) What three figures multi multiplied
plied multiplied by 4 give 6 ? Sz i ()
iitm 'jou 8,bM (?) ZZ It01 sdnojJ
ujoq bum qvinoj HI pul'tllJ 8J8 soaj
jo poduioa dnOaa qjoq "aun
IT'S easy o learn to draw characters by the oval Solve ail AftagraiU
I system, illustrated here. Start with an oval, then yjjjfc who wa, ieav ieav-add
add ieav-add features progressively. With practice, charac f mg New york for the Medi.
tera will Improve until you may find yourself draw- terranean wrote a friend that he
ing some good likenesses of people you know. Most WM golng t0 "plant onions, etc."
anyone can acquire a mechanical facility for draw Can you figure out his des-
lng by this method, persistent practice tlnation?
m.lalt tnr hpo-lnnert. Of course. doanauoi) :Jif
- r w
dimes in a
pile equal the
height of a dime
One Thing and Another?
fANE opucai u-
lusion some sometimes;
times; sometimes; leads to an another.
other. another. Take the
at left, for In Instance.
stance. Instance. Cut out this
drawing, mount it
stick a pin
through the cen center
ter center and give it a
gentle whirl. Note
the amusing dip-
sy-doodles performed by the various components.
Now, Just Tor run, axaw tne ngure twice jua pies pies-nt
nt pies-nt size; omit one or more circles, add colors, etc.,
in an effort to produce unusual effects. Give this
second figure a whirl to test it for new Illusory
effects. Chances are you'll be successful.
Wits Tester for Pole Stars
YOU'VE heard it said, "1 wouldn't touch him with
a 10-foot pole." Well, suppose you had a 10-foot
pole. You don't want to touch anybody with' it, you
want to cut it into 10 equal pieces. Go ahead. How
manv cuts must vou make? mo au ai reaeid
jol t until H W 0t uwurioui pn lnb OT OW J"9 JI lod 0 n8 ."""ll ld
uitl jsmuij J oq H ( oo n noX j sod 01 npoJd in fjns UN hj.iov
COMPLETE AN EASTER DESIGN
ING ENDEAVOR-ING to fash fashion
ion fashion a new table tablecloth
cloth tablecloth for BJaster,
has reached the
half-way point In
Its design: To see
the pattern aa it
will appear when
completed, fill In
all squares con containing
taining containing dots on
the left-hand aide
of the diagram.
the shaded areas
In reverie on the
right, hand side
of the diagram.
How quickly Can
you fill It in?
You may wish
to duplicate the
pattern on trac tracing
ing tracing paper for col coloring
oring coloring purposes.
AN American hunter with only
one bullet In his gun' found
himself beset by a panther, a
puma and a mountain lion. How
did he save himself?
Can1 you "answer in less than
lqi J iwany
tiotograpb for Junior Readers jpMgMpjjBli
Its Your Move
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don't a certain frisky crea creature
ture creature seems :u have;, hopped tight
out iSfthe picture above; To have
th mtsBlng figure Mlappear, draw
a continuous line from dot to dot
alphabetically lThat..i.Ltrom A
ta B ti C to etft Afterwards,
vou may wish to apply colors.
IVHAT W ltth
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viften than jth
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man wun oao
It's Odd Figuring
1. One thousand, two hundrea,
nothing and one is bound to give
you plenty of tun.
2. From five take five and leave
3 To a half dozen add six and
fiVa hundred ahowlng a result
that jt clear, lucid and glowing
One thousand, fifty and one
arrange to b a fruit on mart
or changa. -Detect
tht "gimmick" ?
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. ujai MJidtf euj,) (Uioo ioli
By Euoene Sbejjer
1 The third book of the New
5 Greek letter.
9 Father of Ahlam (1 Chr. 11:
15 One of the cities of Judab
18 Organic compound.
17 Sword handle.
18 Air: comb form.
19 Seed Integument
20-Sacred musical compositions
26 Allowance tor waste.
27- Plat tableland.
38 Feminine name.
39 Joseph and all his
threshing-floor of this place
. (Gen. ou:iu
41 Father ot AnsK (Josh. 21:11
42 This poasession of Moses be
. came a serpent (Ex. 4:3)
43 Eats dinner.
49- Arabian garments.
51-Portia's maid, i
35 Pertaining to anatomy.
60 Radiotelephone code signal
61 Artiflcisl bait :
66 Jacob made Joseph one
many colors Gen 37:3
. 67 -Gash ' S-?l.'s.
68 Son o Adam (Gen. 6:3)
69 Sea eagle... ..
1 He was slain by Emanan (1
3 Scottish Highlander's skirts.
4 Regarded highly.
5 Four of these were around
the throne (Rev. 4:6)
u .'in. int. m -
7 Tropical plant of arum family
8 Without animation.
9 Fabrics. ,
11 Box for sacred utensils.
21 Woody plant
25 After a thousand, years he U
v to be loosed from prison, y
28 More certaia
30 -A book of the Old Testament
32 Oceans. ,
33 Name chosen by Naomi (Ruth
84 Type of lacket
37 One of the cities built by As
shur (Gen. 10:12) -40
Nothing to This
SEES bow long It take! you to
figure out the "subject":
you may ny that worth-
Vatn and ratk 0 tpeecK,
. but th tnttfc.loiH qWldy appear.
Only mt, aright,
Th labor it KoAf.r
I'tt mak$ your hundred
A thowand appear,
(Jtdd 0001 pwpanq suo
jam iiuanaul a u laouawa
by Kins reaturw synaicaM
43 Prophetess wife of Lapidotb
46 Lakes and rivers.
48 A son of Jonathan (1 Chr. 2:
50 One of Paul's companions.
52 Wild animal track.
53 Type of automobile.
54 Sharp mountain spur.
56 Frenchman's Christmas.
57 Division of Northern India.
68 The third power (math.)
62 Steep flax.
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11LLARD HOPPER poses an-
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fans who would like to play a
better gamer White checkers,
moving up the board, to move
and win In six moves. Can you
meet this challenge?
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