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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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MORE TOURIST FUTES
f HOMEWARD VIA
SeagramsYO-
CANADIAN
WHISKY
let the people knqte the truth and the country is safe' 'Abraham Lincoln
S2nd TEAR
PANAMA, P., SUNDAY, MARCH 31, 1957
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TEN CENTS
Canal Transit Records Tak e Beating This Month

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800 March Transits Already,

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More

Ships from the high seas are churning the Canal's brackish waters in both direc directions
tions directions today, ; '. -
.They're reaching for a "pair of-800-a-month ceilings that will mean quite a jump
from the all-time monthly transit records broken on Friday,'
One 800 mark was passed yesterday when late afternoon transit figures for the
day stood at 23 "commercial and three government ships.

Added to, Friday's cumulative total of 790, this makes a total of 816.

Refugee Tells
Of Cannibalism
In Slave Camps
WASHINGTON, March 30
T (UP) Sen. Olin D. 'Johnston
, (D-S.C.) demanded today that
charges of widespread canni-:-
balism and political breeding
in Soviet slave camps be taken
I before the United Nations.
, Johnston urged the Senate to
pass a resolution calling upon
the State Department and U.K.
ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge
to forward the charges to the
International, organization. -.The
charges were made in
testimony yesterday before the
Senate Internal ,-Security sub sub-committee
committee sub-committee by a refugee Hunga-
rian professor of Latin who said
he spent 10 years In 60 different
slave camps tn Russia, ...r,
'' The 41-year-old refugee, tes testifying
tifying testifying under the 'name of
, George Baton, unroiaea a
horrifying tale of cannibalism,
political breeding, unspeakable
filth" and disease common to
the lot-of 80 million, people
imprisoned by the Red regime.
Baton,' speaking through an
Interpreter, said that life in the
camps some if V vhich hold
300,000 prisoners h is"hard to
picture."
"You become As an" animal,"
; he said. ' .;
, One one occasion lit 1946, Tne
said, two Russians and a Tar"
tar friend axed to death A
Russian named A vr am Avram
ovitch to get food to 'Jteep a
, live. if V "'
Asked if he had partaken In
the cannibalism, Batori Replied:
"No, though I was near starv starving,
ing, starving, I couldnlf eat iilm."
He testified that after his
friends had finished their grisly
repast, they buried the remains.
But he said the Russians un uncovered
covered uncovered the bones the following
year and probably executed the
cannibals as a- results
, Batori said persons of Russian,
German, Japanese and other
nationalities are r herded into
the horror camps... -'-i- 5;,; v
i He .said the Russians 1n
j charge of the camps mix eth eth-.
. eth-. ak groups for mating purpos purposes.
es. purposes. 7-'
Shortly after the baby is born,
he said,-' it is taken from its
mother and sent to special in institutions
stitutions institutions for rearing- according
to communist principles. 1
By Widow As Heir
To $739,900 Eslafe
NEW; YORK Mareh 30 (UP)-
The "angel" that brightened t the
(days of a lonely old woman wag
the room service waiter' who
brought Mrs. Margaret Currie
Nahra ber meals in the Hyde Park
Hotel,, a psyehiatrie nurse testi testified
fied testified yesterday 1 in Surrogates'
Court. J"
The 8s-year-old widow left Cu Cuban
ban Cuban waiter Angel Estevez the
bulk of her $739,900 estate when
she died in 1955 under will made
out in 1952. Three charitable orga
nizations wnicn oeneiited under an
arher will and the public admin administrator
istrator administrator are contesting the 1952
wui.
t Mrs. Myla Kondrach, a psychis psychis-trie
trie psychis-trie nurse of Fort Lee. N.J., said
Mrs. Nahm, who lived in the Ho Hotel
tel Hotel alone, told her -that Estevez
bad "done everything for me, and
J want to do aomething for him."
' Mrs. Kondrach retailed that
nee, When Mrs. Nahm seemed
depressed, Estevez put his arms
around ber and kissed her fore forehead.
head. forehead. She said Mrs. Nahm imm
diately brightened and seemed
well.
Sales Stalk'
MEMPHIS.' Ten, March 30

,JIOtrrs ana produce ikan progress in development cf
distributors reported a 60 per the IRBM rintermediata range
cent increase m banana sales ballistic missile and other weap weap-and
and weap-and credited it to the -Banana on rf the future.
Boat Sore" They said the swig The Bermuda developments and
makes pec; g think of bananas. the elevation of Air. Forca Secre-

To Come

. Marine officials warned, how however,
ever, however, that there may be a va variation
riation variation of one or two ships in
the final figures when last
night's ships clear the water waterway.
way. waterway.
For today. 25 commercial
tolls-payers and one tolls credit
government vessel are due. 1
Not all may arrive, dispatch dispatchers
ers dispatchers caution; and of those that
do, not all may be, of the 300
tons or over which puts them
in the running for the record.
Even so, marine people feel
pretty sure enough of the 25
commercials "will show lot tally
Dulles Will Offer
$50 Million Aid
To Red Poland
V
WASHINGTON. March 30 fUP)
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles is expected next week to
offer Communist Poland about. $50
million in y.S. aid, ,
But there is some ddubt anions
U.S. Officials that Poland will ac accept
cept accept the aid in view of her request
for $300 million,"
The Polish government may
question whether sao million is
worth risking 'the displeasure of
the Soviet Union "for accepting A A-merican
merican A-merican help, officials said
Several Polish officials have
pointed out 5 that Polish imports
total about $1 billion anmially and
that $50 million in U.S. aid .would
amount to only a small part of
that, ;. .......
But U.S. officials believe that
once the aid program is under underway
way underway additional amounts might be
offered.
The Polish tequest includes a a-bout
bout a-bout $200 million for surplus agri agricultural
cultural agricultural goods to be paid for in
Polish currency and $100 million
in minine and agricultural- mach
inery. v t. t .
Polish-American aid talks be began,
gan, began, here last month following ad administration
ministration administration statements that the
United States would extend help
to Communist satellites steering
a course independent of Moscow.
'.'.This view has drawn consider considerable
able considerable opposition in Congress, not notably
ably notably from Senate Republican Lead
er William F. Knowland (Califor
nia).''.;, ., :'
Bookmaker Hits
512,000-To-i
Longshot
.' LONDON. March 30 (UP)
Bookmaker Peter, philip began
saving m,oney today to pay for a
512,000-to-l longshot. .
His wife, Celia, informed him
she would bear quadruplets. Phy-
sicians estimate the chances of
woman having quads at 1
512,000. ;
Clean Plates
a MONTREAL, March 30 (UP)
The Montreal Star today car carried
ried carried a two-page advertisement
by Steinberg's Ltd., a chain gro grocery
cery grocery organization. -It
featured soaps, floor waxes,
sponees. brooms and paper. -tow
els but not a sinele mention of
food. .

Military Forces May Be
By End Of This Year If

WASHINGTON (UP)
Such j
rapid progress fa being made in
developing 1500-mile ballistic mis missiles
siles missiles that the first 'ones may be
assigned to military forces by the
end of this year, or early in 1358.
Some of tne missl-c, might be
made available to Britain at the
same time io line with the "agree "agreement
ment "agreement in principle reached at Ber Bermuda
muda Bermuda by President Eisenhower
and Prime Minister Harold Mac Mac-mill
mill Mac-mill an. ... . ... i
This assessment was obtained
from high-ranking military sources
in a position t know about Amer-

Today

to put the commercial total over
trie 800 tarsret.
If all arrive, the total will be
809 and it's not impossible for
arsurpnse ship or two to loom
over the horizon to boost the
total.
They often do.
Builder Of Torture
Chamber Charged
Willi Murder Inlenf
TRAUNSTEIN, Germany (UP) (UP)-Electrician
Electrician (UP)-Electrician Edgar 6 r 0 1 h. who
built a torture chamber in his
Dasement workshop, will appear
oeiore & court next month on
charges of plotting murder, and
extortion.
Groth, 39,- was arrested two
years .ago after discovery of an
electric chair, an acid vat, gags,
brass knuckles and tear eas ois-
tols in the basement room he had
rented to work on his Vinvention."
At aniearliep 'court appearance
Groh was released after he testi
fied he only wanted -to create
sensation to make, some money
irom tne taoioid press. But new
charges filed by the .state's attor.
ney allege he tried to lure two
persons, yinto the secret basement
room to extort money from them
on mreai 01 neatn.
fArso scheduled to a p p e a r
Groth's 28 year old girl friend.
Rosins Resinger,. who allegedly
was used as the pretty bait to get
scrap aeaier Joset taer' and mer
chant Franz Kionyck i n 1 0 the
cnamoer. she failed.
You Can't Colled
If You Know Your
Driver Is Drunk
WASHINGTON (UP) The U.S.
Court of Appeals has ruled that
if you go motoring with a driver
who has been tippling and you
Know it, you are on your own
. It says you can't collect dam
ages.
The court handed down the rul
ing ; yesterday m the case of
Bruce and Irene Quisenberry of
Washington.
The court said the Quisenber Quisenber-rys
rys Quisenber-rys called on their friends, Samu
el and Clara .Herman, one .June
day in 1952 and "each had two
or three gin drinks of the varietv
nuiown asvrom comns." j
-Then, the court said, the Quis-
enDerrys neaaen nome in the
Herman car with Mrs. Herman
at ; the wheel. .
At an intersection en route.
Quisenberry apparently became
somewhat alarmed. He shouted:
"Look out." ;
Mrs. Herman who later said
the" shout startled her swerved
the car. 1
It crashed.
-The Quisenberrys sued. s
During trial of the suit, the
judge told the jury not to award
damages if the Quisenberrys
"knew and comprehended the pos
sible danger of riding with their
hostess. The jury didn't award
damages
The appeals court agreed.
tary Donald A. Quartet a scien
tist and Mathematician to deputy
defense secretary appeared to
mark a second "new look" at mili
tary forces bringing up to date
a major modernization started in
1553. .-
-. Ten Mimta to Mcew
Military sources said the XRBM
will be as vital to Britain's needs
as the ICBM (.intercontinental ballistics-missile)
to America's. The
lntermeaiate range weapon wouia,
great fy reinforce
ts main I SDiwr
to deter war. 1
The IRBM these sources mt
could reach Moscow, from British

launching sites in about 10 min-f The Air Force for example in! forces by 800008 men. It is now
ute. 'the veir starting July 1 will drop considered sound speculation that
The United States will fot and, six wings of piloted fighters and 'the current force of 2SO0000 men
cannot under the law supply Brit- lijht bombers from its TacUcsl'may be cut to 2500000 by 1961.
'-- 1 f .. -" '

Mi

Go-lt-Alone
Suez Plan
Beats Big 3
"CAIRO, March 30 (UP) Brit Britain,
ain, Britain, France and the United States
soon will have to capitulate to
Egypt's terms for operating the
Suez Canal, Western diplomats
said today.
The thr government have
not banned vessels flying thtlr
flags from using the 101-tnM
waterway, but thay hav "advis "advised"
ed" "advised" against Jt pending final a.
greemont .with Egypt on condi conditions.
tions. conditions. ; ...... ,"
But with the first big convoy al
ready having transited the Canal
on Egypt's terms. President Ga
mal Abdel Nasser has presented
the Big Three powers with an ac
complished fact.
' rri 1 1 1 11. ,1
me snips in xne convoy new
flags of five nations Italy, Ro
mania, Greece the Soviet Union
and Germany.
Other nations will have to fall
in line to maintain competitive po
sition in the shipping world,, the
diplomats said.
Meanwhile. U.S., otnciais today
viewed with coolness Egypt s go.
it-alone Suez Plan but said it might
be used as a basis for further
negotiations.
The officials' were careful not to
brand the Canal plan as complete-
ly unacceptable. They 'said they
will ast the JBgyptian government
to give more details.
A Stat Doparrmtnr spoils spoilsman
man spoilsman said he did not consider
the plan "final, Indicating
the United States believes Egypt
it willina to naaotiat. t
Officials said the plan made
public yesterday, might serve as
a 'satisfactory" basis for bargain
ing if Egypt is reasonable. They
Ti 1 : ...ill La Inr..
said jmericHa -vicwb u
warded to Egyp; after completing
a study of it. ...
However, they compiainea xnai
among other things it does not
nKifiiiiilv abide bv a United Na
tions stipulation thate Canal be
insulated irom me, pouues 01 auy
country. ."
Th Ksvntian nlan for operat
ine the1 canal was delivered to the
United Nations and six countries,
including th United States, in a
draft memorandum" earner mis
week, c,
Suiciding Model
Glad She Is Hot
ing
SAN MATEO. Calif. (UP)
Viennese model Christine Bruck Bruckner;
ner; Bruckner; who tried to take her life
when Ber romance with a sugar
heir turned sour, was "visibly
cheered" today fby the news she
is not pregnant.
Dr. Calvin Young, chief psychia
trist at Community Hospital, said
Misa Bruckner. 32. had unaergote
the rabbit test for pregnancy and
that the result was negative.
'She seems greatly relieved,"
he said, "but she still doesn't want
to talk about her future."
Miss Bruckner pennea a iare iare-well
well iare-well note to Claus Spreckels, Jr.,
45. last Sunday, then swallowed an
overdose of sleeping pills. The
note said in .part:
I only know I could not nave
child without a father."
Spreckels said he had agreed to
settle $5,000 on Miss Bruckner if
she would call H quits. He said
he indicated "obliquely" to him
that she might be going to have
a baby. J

Using 1 500-Mile Missiles
Rapid Progress Continues

ain with toml warheaiia But it t
was made clear at Bermuda that
such warheads will be stored at
U.S. bases in Britain and could
quickly be fitted to the guided
missiles if hostilities broke out.
The rapd progress reported
with the IRBM highlights ad advances
vances advances in the whole guided mis missile
sile missile field in this country. -
For the first time as expendi
tures for missiles continue to
reach smw records military serv services
ices services are beginning to install mis-
sue units and eliminate conven
uonal lorces in their stead.
. I
' Changes in Services
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BECK MEETS THE PRESS
Beck gestures as he talks to
Senate Labor Rackets
WITNESS Nathan Sheffer Sheffer-man,
man, Sheffer-man, Teamsters Union presi president
dent president '; Dave Beckys personal
purchasing agent, wipes his
fade as he appears before the
Senate "Rackets Labor Com Committee
mittee Committee in Washington, shef shef-ferman
ferman shef-ferman told the committee of
buying luxury items for Beck
and Beck's son with union
funds. But Shefferman swore
he did not know at the time
that the money came from the
, union's treasury.
James T. Johnson
Killed In Accident
On Arabian Highway
,,. .
News has Just reached the
Isthmus of the sudden death or
a former Zonian James T- John Johnson,
son, Johnson, who was killed in an auto automobile
mobile automobile accident' in Abqaq, Ara
bia, yesterday.
Bom
in Gorgas Hospital
in
1916. Mr.
Johnson
graduated
from Balboa
1934.
High
School m
' He was the son of the late
Mr. and Mrs. James J. Johnson
and the stepson of Mrs. Molly
Johnson of Panama.
He is survived by his wife
Harriet, a son James In military
school in Michigan, a ten-year-oirt
daughter Jean, sister Mrs.
Helen Wardell, Miss Hazel John
son of Sun Valley, cai., ana Mrs,
Ruth Rose of Diablo.
H was an employe 01 Aram-
co OH Co. in Saudi, Arabia for
the past 10 years.
Air Command because the Army
now has missiles to tase over
much of its own ground support.
Th. Arm haa all but euminaieo
anti-aircraft guns as the number!
of anti-aircraft missile launching
tM (nrrri across the land. In
about a year Nike missiles will
have atomic warheads.
The Navy in some instances
well ahead of the other services
is replacing guns with missiles
and atomic explosives and -con
ventional propulsion with nuclear
power which enables ships to re-i
ma n at sea
indennneiy.
The revolution in weapons has
alresdv caused the Eisenhower
administration to cut U.S. armed

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Teamsters Union president Dave
newsmen, during a recess' of the
Committee in Washington.
Teamsters Union
Begins Splitting
Under Pressure
V WASHINGTON, March 30
- (UP) The-jhigh command, of
the teamsters union began to
split today 'under AFL-CIO
' pressure on the rank and file
- to dealt house of the nation's
biggest ohiom;-; v"y
'' The AFL-CIO "'pressure was
certain to increase. . .
Teamster secretary-treasurer
John English was the first top,
Teamster official to split publi
city witn Teamster president
Dave Beck following his suspen suspension
sion suspension yesterdays by the AFL-CIp
executive council from the AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO leadership. f
Observers said his split Shay
well provide a rallying point for
a rank and file revolt that al already
ready already is stirring.
English publicly challenged
Beck's announcement that the
Teamster executive board had
approved a $1 million war
chest for a publicity program
to counter Senate rackets
committee charges that Beck
took $323,000 in union funds'
for his personal use.
"I know of no board action
that has been taken in the mat matter
ter matter and as a board member I
have not even been consulted,"
English said.
"As long as I am general
secretary-treasurer I will oppose
any use of the union funds for
that purpose."
Beck said at his home in Se
attle. Wash., that English was
incorrect.
"It was approved in a tele
phone poll," Beck said. "Every
body was lor it.
While Man Grilled
In Double Death
Of Wife, Negro
MARIETTA. Oa. (UP) A white
man was jailed today for question
ing about the mysterious oouoie
slaying of his wjfe and a young
Negro.
Th whh man. identified as
E.G. Rodgers. told police he dis discovered
covered discovered his wife's lifeless body a
their home last night and shot the
Negro to death when he found mm
trying to. get away 'in'tho-family
car.
Cobb County Solicitor Luther rC.
Hames said, Rodgers story con contained
tained contained a great many inconsisten inconsistencies."
cies." inconsistencies." He said he hopes the man
will submit to a lie detector test
later in the day.
Hames-started a full scale in investigation
vestigation investigation into the death of at
tractive auburn-haired Mrs. Rodg
ers, 39, and the Negro, Ricnara
Jackson, 28, of Atlanta.
Search Called Off
For 67 Americans
Missing In Crash
TOKYO, March 50 (UP) The
U.S. Far East Air Force said to today
day today ft planned to call off its fruit fruitless
less fruitless week-long sesrch for 67 Amer Americans
icans Americans missing since their C97 mil military
itary military transport, plane crashed in
the Pacific last Friday.
Fifteen planes cjntinued the
search today, but Air Force offic officials
ials officials said the search would be
abandoned at dusk tomorrow if
no clues turned up. The
nimt carried 57 nsueneers and i
a crew ct 10,

Panama

At Clean

Safe Swimming

Panama will soon take the first step in a master plaV
to improve sewage disposal in the capital city and do
away with pollution of the waters of Panama Bay, a Presi Presi-dencia
dencia Presi-dencia source has revealed.
Eventually no untreated sewage will go into the Bay
and swimming will be safe at all city beaches, it was pre predicted.'
dicted.' predicted.' '; ;V.
Funds have already been secured through a foreran
loan of some $5,000,000 to start work on the first sewage
treatment plant, to be built in Bella Vista. '

Sewage from the lower section
of Bella Vista-will be eumneH a.
long the back to the treatment
plant to be built at the mouth
of the Mataznillo River near the
shrimD nlant' nresidencia nub
ile relations director Salustiano
Chacon said yesterday. ;
Later other sewaee treatment
plants will be built at strategic
points in the city and suburbs.
The Bella Vista development
will require perhaps half of
the funds secured for sewer
improvement. ( '!
To rehabilitate Its sewaee sys
tem,-Panama has established a
new agency known as-CAAP. En4
glneer Roberto Reyna. R. is ex executive
ecutive executive director. f
In conjunction: with; the mod
ernization of sewers, plans call
for the complete rehabilitation
of the bay and shore areas.
Health authorities have been
considerably' concerhed of laie
over the Inadequacy ot panania
It has been pointed out that
clean beautiful beaches on the
shores of the capital city will
be a tremendous asset both
for the city's Inhabitants and
as an attraction for tourists.'
r i'i
Author Of 50 Books'
Dies Al Age 65
NEW YORK (UP)-Christopher
Morley, author, essayist and poet
who wrote more than 50 novels
and books of poetry, died Thurs
day at the age of 66.
Morley, a leading figure on the
American literary scene for near nearly
ly nearly half a' century, had suffered a
series of minor strokes and had
been confined to his home for
most of the past five years.
Although he preferred to regard
himself a poet, it was a .novel
ist ana essayist tnat money won
his 'greatest fame.. While he
achieved; his largest measure of
eminence in the 1920s and 1930s,
several of Morley's works have
been produKi on television in re
cent years.
His best known works included
the novel, "Kitty Foyle," which
was made into a motion picture.
It won Ginger Rogers an Acad Academy
emy Academy Award for her portrayal of
a night watchman's daughter who
falls in love with a wealthy young
aristocrat.
The novel, a searching portrait
of a woman's soul, was a long longtime
time longtime best seller.
Among his other well-known
books were Parnassus on
Shop," "Plum Pudding," "The
Romany Stain," "Off the Deep
End," "The Trojan Horse, "The
Mas Whs Made Friends With
Himself,' 'The Ballad of New
York" and "Gentlemen's Relish."
Morley also was editor-in-chief
of the revised editions of "Bart
lett's Familiar Quotations' in 1937
and 194S. He was a contributing
editor of the Saturday Review of
Literature, from 1924 to 1939.
Earlier in his career, be worked
for the Philadelphia Evening Pub Public
lic Public Ledger and the New York Eve
ning Post.
Percussiii'v
. HOLLYWOOD, March 30
(UP Spike Jones said today he
will play an original musical
score called "Hollywood Euopbo Euopbo-neyia"
neyia" Euopbo-neyia" on. his new television
show Tuesday.
The main sound in the ar-

missinfliraneement is ttu clanging of

fenders on tne Moiarwooo Free-
way, he said. i

Si

- i(r
City Aims

Beaches,

4

The extension of Balboa Ave-'
nue beyond the United : states
Embassy is a link in this plan.
Work is already under way on
a double highway that will by-'
pass the yacht club beyond the
Balboa statue and continue on
to Paitilla Point.
Some shrimp boat-biilldlns;
activities near the club have had .'
to be moved elsewhere.
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Medical Diicujsionj ;
V'ill Be On CFH-TV

An Important series of 'medi 'medical
cal 'medical discussions will be presented
over Caribbean Forces Network
television facilities from 7 to
7;3Q p.m., April 8-5, Headquar
ters U.S.. Army Caribbean an."
nounced' today.
Featured will be speaker's
from among the delegates to -the
second Inter-American Medical;
convention, which will be held
at the Hotel El Panama during-
those dates.
Dr. Irving J. Selikoff, phthl-
Biologist from Mt. Sinai Hospi-1'
tal, New York, will speak on A"
pril 3 on the subject "Tubercu "TuberculosisTherapy
losisTherapy "TuberculosisTherapy and Trends."
He will be introduced by Dan-.'
iel J.. Paolucci, personnel pro-C
gram coordinator of the Panjcna
Canal Company.
The second speaker is nr. wil-I
11am F. Rlenhoff jr., proftwor proftwor-of
of proftwor-of surgery at John HoDkins trni-C
versity. On April 4, he will speaJC -on
"Carcinoma of the Lung.
Doctor Rlenhoff will be lnlfo-
duced by Paul M, Bunnestrand,;
executive secretary of the Cin&l Cin&l-Zone.
Zone. Cin&l-Zone.
On April 5, the final speakes"
of the series will be Dr. R..R.
Turnbull, department of eur
gery at Cleveland Clinic. U
He will speak on "Post Opera
tive Infections."
Henry Donovan, civil affairs
director of the Canal Zone, 'wilt
Introduce Dr. Turnbull.
William Rohrbach
Ready To Retire
From Pier 18
Waterfronters will miss thf mat
in the Army's marine transporta transportation
tion transportation office. He's been almost, a
fixture at Pier 18.
Jolly William Rohrbach doesnt
look old enough to retire; and Jit
woukln t be by the usual stan
dards. --
But Bill went to work in Chica
go as an office boy for the r my
back in 1916 or 1917. He'd '.have
to look at the record to make
sure. '.
So when his retirement papers
become official sdme day sodr,
hell have about 39H years senr..
ice ss a civilian employe vf the
Army.
He's 56 now, so that puts kim
easily within the Civil Service law
that permits retirement at U witb
30 years service.
Bui's bad almost that much ia
Panama. He's beea down here for
21 years. '
tor quae a while new, be s
been the Army's marine superin superintendent
tendent superintendent ia Balboa. -
Bill was married last Januar?.
When he and Mrs. Roorback i -1
their furniture packed and sh.
ped, and the other formaLtifs cf
retirement accomplished, they'rs
beading for Califwwa.-
They'll decide lain- hlher H
dig-in Ox-re or mtis their t
eewksre,

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"CURLY" tries to talk 'Jud' into killing himself In

Rodger & Hammersteln's thrilling story of the American
West, Oklahoma!, starring Gordon MacRae and Rod Steiger
anil filmed in hrpsf h-talcinir Cinxma.Sp.nnn. Oiw-nins- at the

! Central Theatre, Tuesday April 2nd.

Five Dolls In One...

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Adventure On The Dark Conlihi

Opens On Thursday At The Bella Vista

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; So vast and varied Is the continent of Africa, with its
spectacular terrain and wild animals, its primitive peoples
- and strange customs, that no one film or a down can even
begin to do it justice. Welcome, therefore, is Columbia
Pictures' new dramatic adventure on the Africa frontier,
"ODONGO" starring Rhonda Fleming and Macdonald Ca Carey
rey Carey at the BELLA VISTA Theatre in Cinemascope and
color by Tecnicolor. "ODONGO" which opens on Thursday
is a thundering story of violence and pasiions that storm
across the steaming jungles, telling a love story as torrid
as the land in which it was filmed.
t Don't miss this great African adventure, which opens

at the BELLA VISTA Theatre on Thursday.

'Baby Doll' Made Her A Star;
Real Baby Made Her A Woman

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NO DOLL CARRIAGE, this Is pram for Carroll's baby daughter.
She and husband Jack won't allow baby photographed.

By DICK.KLEINER

NEW YORK (NEA) The liv

ing room in Carroll Baker's apart

ment is pretty bare one coucn,

one. rug, one picture, one lamp,

one straieht-backed chair, one

table she and her husband. Jack

flarfpln constructed together.

But the nursery is a thing of

heautv. Carroll and Jack lavish

much Eood taste and much ilnon-

ey on their baby da u g h,t e r,
Blanche, who was born two -dayi

after "Baby Doll" opened.
Manv of Carroll's friends think

that although "paby Doll" make
her a top star, the coming of
Blanche is infinitely more impor

tant to her. One who visited her
in the hospital says that even

TODAY

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'THE TROUBLE WITH HARRY"
In TECHNICOLOR!

Iter in a film versi6h"'ot Shaw's

"The Devil's Disciple" 2 Her con contract
tract contract with Warner Bros; is for one

picture a year,v giving, her ample

ume to sanawicn in other pictures,
oKmore probably, Broadway

And there is the fimt. which

has suddenly pnvplnnprf har Khi

has letters from: old friends, peo people
ple people she. didn't think she'd ever
hear from again. Her mother got
a letter from an old beau, a -boy
she'd dated before she married
Carroll's father. He wrote that he

felt responsible for Carroll's suc success,
cess, success, "because if you'd married

me you wouldn't have liad such

a talented child.''
She finds many people r u d

"when I see a celebrity, I look at

mm out or me corner or my eye.

Dut some people openly stare

me now" and she and Jack spent

one uncomfortable evening in

resta urant, blushing through ev

ery course.

- "I don't know how to handle au

tograph hunters," she says. get

emoarrassed. and sometimes

that's -mistaken for lmnoliteness

I think Marilyn Monroe handles

people very well she acts like
they're old fsiends. But I iust get
flustered. I don't know if I'll ever

get used to Hi'- i

She and Jack hoDe that bv the

time "Blanche ;is ready-for the first

grade, they'll have a home in

New York suburb. Meanwhile,
they'll stay in their neat apart

ment, with time off for trips to

Hollywood for movies.

"sometime.': Carroll savs.

dreamily,, "we d like to take

year' or sO off for t'r avel. Of

course, it all depends if we re in

dependent, They way things look
now, I guess we'll be independ

ent." : ;'' i

Yes, Carroll, it looks that way

though the picture's reviews rav

ed over ner performance, all she
wanted to talk about was the ba baby
by baby and, i particularly; about her
husband's face when he first saw

bis child ;
" 'Baby Doll' made her a star,"
another friend says, "but the ba baby
by baby made her a woman."
She confesses -that Blanche's
birth changed her in man ways.
"I uid to sleep very soundly."

she says. "Now, even though we

have a nurse. I wake up at the

least sound from the baby. And I

emember the first time Jack and
took her out in the baby, c a r-

riage. We were about to cross the

street when a car came speeding

around the corner. A month ago.

Ii would have dismissed it with a
few words about some people's
stupidity.. But I've become so pro

tective I-wanted to get into a

fist light with the dirver.
She and Jack wont let any pic

tures be taken of Blanche, except
by Jack who has become a photor
graphy bug since he directed bis

first picture, the soon-to-be-released
"End As a Man." He startled

Carroll and Blanche one e v e-

nlng by turning on a battery of
flood lights to take one set of mo

vies of his first offspring.
Blanche is named after Jack's
mother, who died in a Nazi con

centration camp. She was an
eight-pound" baby Carroll says

she is "independent" ana "Knows
what she wants already" and a

pretty one. ,

Carroll and Jack had read books
about babies during her pregnan pregnancy,
cy, pregnancy, but their knowledge is still

Drettv sketchy. Blanche is begin'

ning to sleep, longer she goes for

six hours at night between feed

ings and Carroll said, "I imagine
she'll be off her 10 o'clock bottle
soon, and off her two o'clock bot

tle by the time she s a year."
(Note by Papa Kleiner: She didn't

realize that most babies sleep

through the night before they're
three months old.)

Blanche, the Garfeint hope, is

the first of many. Carroll says she
always missed not having more

brothers and sisters.
The- advent of Blanch is, of

course, the most important tning
that's happened to Carroll Baker

since "Baby vou" ma ner a

star. But there have bern other

things.

First, there are the offers bids

to do -too movies, plays. TV

shows. She thinks she'll accept an

offer to co-star with Burt Lancas-

Today Encanto 35 20
Ginger Rogers In
TEENAGE REBEL"
Evi Presley in
"LOVE ME TENDER

Today IDEAL .25
Bing Crosby in
"HIGH fOCIETY"
Saul Newman in
THE RACK"

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Jack Palanre in
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Richard Widmsrk in
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ROCK. ROCK, ROCK
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VICTORIA
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THE CONQUEROR
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ONLY ONE PICTURE adorns Carroll Baker's apartment just
now, a portrait of her husband which hangs behind her here.

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THE BEST THINGS IN
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Cinemascope Colorl
Mon. The Divided Heart"

GAMBOA 7:00 ..
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Tuesday "Best Things la
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GATUN 1:30 7:00 ..
Robert Taylor
THE LAST HUNT"
Tues. The Naked Sea"

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Ingrid Bergman
Yul Brynner
"ANASTASIA"
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FEEBLE-MINDED PAPER PUSHERS, and other as aspirants
pirants aspirants for GS-10 and over, : I was making a pass at a
pint of the foaming tranquilizer in Joe's Hideaway the
other day, and thinking how good it. is to ride in Red'
Cantuta Cab round the outskirts of town these days.
You have heard all, about the king-size mosquitoes
they have been plugging this year as one of Panama's

premier tourist attractions. 11 ...

'And about the guests at 1 Panama wno nave oeen

able to appreciate the tasteful layout of their $23-a-night
rooms all the better because thev waste no time sleeo-

ine in these rooms. Just devote their nights to admir

ing -the, interior ; decorator's inspiration, and swatting
mosauitoes. .' . (' : t

When vou ride round in Red's cab after nightfall

you get no trouble from Panama's threats to the sound
barrier. The split on the exhaust manifold is so craftily
arranged that all the exhaust comes up. through the

floorboards of the back seat and knocks off mosquitoes
as quickly, as they begin buzzing there. :";: -r
' Knocks off a; few passengers too, before' Red gets

them in : the' way of riding round with their head stuck.

away out the window in tne iresh air but tnere .is a

certain amount of wasteage in any well-planned system.

If" Red coaches his passengers too uiorouirhiv, they

get" their heads knocked off by. passing chivas, so what i
can he do? I'll tell you. ; He can collect his fare before

starting the trip,' and does. '

These, things,! was imnxing 01, ana aiso aoout tne

erief I .appear to "have occasioned here and there about

the place -through being Insufficiently jexhaustive last

week in my account of some of the guests to be found

In those sections of the Hotel Washington which are -sup-;

Dosed to have been so long sealed "from this wicked world,

ike the time capsujes they sometimes plant behind' the

foundation stone of new buildings. v .. 1

you mav recall that aurmg the Battle of the Wash-

ngton Bar (George Washington slm-ped here) I disclos

ed that in the mustier recesses 6f that "moated pile was
found a lady who believed herself still to be in the

thriving township, of Aspinwall. '"',

I have been accused of hushing things up trying

to cover favor with the administration, as it were by

omitting reference to the. marled character who claim-

ed to have driven a steam shovel in Culebra Cut, but
whose story was instantly discredited when it was re-
vealed he had never heard of Personnel Director Edward
A.Doolan. s- ;

Also I have been urged not to overlook the character
who claimed his name- was Beansley, or some such
monicker long-gone, from these areas. His .; alias :.was
blown out right away when it was chepked that he was
paying his hotel bills with his own money, and not on
the government account.' ;-" r,:
' There is also a rumor of a bunch of Panamanian
engineers found In one room on the Washington's ex-
Hlisivff Pflhwh WJt0" hlonrtirxy o. hlrfoa anmcd iha Ptt-

nal .This project,., being still in the' broad principles
stage, has not got down to 'such fine detail work as
checking1 on which end of the Canal the- bridge is sup supposed
posed supposed to he. Their draft project reaches from th? Wash Washington
ington Washington Bar (good Panamanian territory, once its taxes
are paid) .to somewhere near Ft. San Lorenzo.' -y
Rather than working on the structure of the bridge

itself, the engineers in the Washington, are reporjtedly v
designing a cantina which they hope to build on the far
end of the bridgef In lieu of a toll' gate.'
I believe-this to-be' the first time this project has
been disclosed in either, the English or Spanish language
press on. thelsthmus. ''--, ,--'
I would spend more time with the Hotel. Washington
guest list, but find it imperative at this stage to survey
the fly situation here,: there and everywhere, but especial-
ly in Diablo Heights. ,s.
: My information is that the flies in Diablo Heights
have things so, arranged now that residents leave their
cars out on the streets, and the flies about th& same
size as the automobiles, but without tail fins bunk

uuwii Jim me rugm in me carport. :,' y . .. -.:
Documentary .evidence is, before me at this very mo-
ment to the effect that the Sanitation Division ha&lhade
a thorough and time-consuming search to determine
the cause of the sudden appearance, of large numbers of
f ues-in one of the Canal Zone' townsites. The source was
round to.be improperly composted horse manure." '.
Security forbids namino- t.h

, o vjf ww iMs vv 1 liUb X a Lex. LP:
with-confidence that it is not Frijoles.
RnnS0163 too- away from the Administration -Building
to be engaged on composting problems. (
I have scant idea of how the Sanitation Divisinn

went about their work, but am mrmittino- Tnvnr

wonder whether they started off not with a fly whisk,
but with a copy of the February issue of Ihe Panama
Canal Review. ; y yr
' Therein, according to my ingeniously .planted. spies, v
fine things were said of a certain "enriched compost"
which the Panama Canal was making. available to its
householders in five-gallon drums, $3 each.
i ivn-tlwsys' an admirer of the readable presente-

u" "lB Manama anai gives to. the topics with which
It deals. Especially do I admire the clarity it accords
emanating from the Administration Building.
This long experience -oft the Panama Canal Review
SIAff unil io)i tvuiMk . .. ;

- itwi' ouuia, uicrexore en&Diea mem to
give of theJL heartfelt best when writing up "enriched
compost" emanating ?rom the Administration "Buildina.
or thereabouts. ..... .,
Madison Avenue copywriters could not have done a
better Job on the product. It was guaranteed, I am told,
to give Zone lawns and gardens a new look. The magic
potion was to be spread thinly over the greensward, and
mixed liberally; with the ordinary soil surounding plants
and shrubs. It was to serve the Carol Zone's dry sea season
son season lawns, it seems, in the same wax at Rintr rvnctm t

served by his toupee. ", y ; ...

no, I am. wrong. Bmg Crosby's toupee keeps the
I flies off his summit There may be those who think the

-enncnea compost," whether or not applied in triplicate.

uju iiu. no uie; same lor anu Zione lawns.
" I have only one word of mild criticism for the
Health Bureau's fly sheet It is regarding the paragraph
devoted to the sex life of flies. -
Easter is coming up, and well quite soon enough be
beset with a surfeit of sex lif statistics from Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. This, is an annual Isthrf ian phenomenon' every bit
as spectacular as Jha breeds. rate of houseflies. --
PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT this week, on advice
from impeccable sources on the Atlantic side, is based
on the estimated
1750 ."
doUarj it co?t the Russian freighter Ivan Eahuyhkin
lri-t?!:s,-to -transit te Car.al last veck." If j'flu can"firart
that tumbles, you migLt have an even better nutter.

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THE 'NUCLEAR PATTERN

la cheerful welcome to the name
i nrcadnoueht for Britain's first

LONDON, March 23 Britain's nuclear submarine.
. ..T.u ... : ..;nn Jniror Thn last v Dreadnought, in 1906.

Stirling Moss, with his father and revolutionised warship, design in

i titkot hihPou start W A i ,i. i

cans a "beefbureer" restaurant in , Th shape of things to eome

the former Royal stables off Lon-

Ann'n Trafalgar Kauare.

What impressed me most, be
sides the beefburgers themselves,
which' consist of prime w English
bee! on the hamburger pattern
'were this machines for serving, cof coffee
fee coffee at 6 speed 'worthy- of Stirling

MOSS ft DrOWeaS -'Ull -Ut5 uauA. -vw, i ( .... t i ,;, '.
. Without handles or taps, they Wolverhampton, will include Bir Bir-are
are Bir-are operated by merely pressing mingham,1 scene oT the famous an an-i
i an-i button, and the coffee issues nual British Industries Fair, run run-lorth
lorth run-lorth like oil from a gusher. nmg this year from May 6 to May

a . 17, the largest national exniDiuon

TECHNICAL ADVANCES , under pne roof in tne world

This 'pleasant touch of automa- MYSTERY i OF A MAGIC SPELL
TofCnoTme Other", iou mph services will link

stalks as-nimbly in cafe and kit
chen as in office .and workshop.
'- Britain's housewives aro alrea-
dy drawing cooking electricity,
,:i from the world's first large-scale
nuclear power station et Calder
Hall, in the English county of.
'' Cumberland. Nuclear electricity, electricity,-f
f electricity,-f It is true, flows in a relatively
miH stream at tha moment,
but the floodgatss will open ev ev-.
. ev-. entually, and sooner than most
people dared to hope.

has electrified as all with the hews been running regularly, since 1870.
w,f Dnt.ln'a nniiail nnurpr tro. SnmA. fif us will miss the roman-

gramme will by 1965 tieble "the tic .glamour of the smoke-belching

nuelear output envisaged in plans steam engines on ;ms: renewnea
of tw6 years ago. 1 route,', on -which the existing world
Nineteen stations are to be built, speed record for steam traction of

at a total cost of about J.460,000,- 126 'mph was set up ny facmc
iwu. ..nnJ, Tknm niitmit nf A ftflfl (vtm Xtipp MallarH vt 1937.

n.ftiiutt, ahnif a nnnrtor ftf Rut there is milfh to be said

t all Britain's electricity needs for: arriving at one's destination
1 will mean thci saving of 18,000,000 fresh and smut-free, and letting
I tons of coal annually. ; V the- glamours of steam take their

. No other country has such am- place jn history with the horse

niri m 0 ninni Tnr rna niiuiiiiuiinifNi. mi vv v a iiij ni.A ? rr t.iri.ii.

yiuvua pttsia wi wo uv7iwvhv ow o
tnr nparpfnl nu- A. mvsterv exercising the minds

poses:-Commentators have beenfof many railway students is why
n.iint nnint n.,f t h o t thooo 1 o r oor r H i pspf.plpftr i trains exert such an

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slices iof nuclear Cake are coming apparently magic spell. Last au auto
to auto us because of the astonishing tumn the Transport Commission re re-technical
technical re-technical advances of the pa s t ported that one of its new multiple multiple-year
year multiple-year or two and the invaluable ex- unit diesel : trains had increased
perince gained with the prototype receipts by 30 per cent on the

jgeneraior- hi valuer xihu. v ji '' twvc vuuacu vias vww

Bntatn f firtt nUCitr-pOWtra muuuis iuc uiucasc uuu nscu ;

nvrhant' chin'an fiOOdfl ton

tanker Which should ba afloat
within six years, it expectod to
have a reactor of tha Calder

Ha!l pattern. a : ... ings by 138 per cent, inis, as om
' Lord Mills'.' disclosure about, the newspaper Remarks, is practical

what overshadowed another Gov- Diesel multiple tinit trains are
eminent annpundenient this month being, bought Jto the tune of 32.000,-that-the'Civii
Jrd of Adnjiralty, OOt) pounds-and .soon, ,let ua hope,
"is to head atommittee bringing wey ui. Britain, T and dur overseas
together all the interest concert guests, will be whizzing over much
'd engineering,?-shipbuilding, of this delectable country in these
hippplng and Navy to tackle streamlined and remarkably si si-nuclear
nuclear si-nuclear propulsion on a big scale, lent luxury cars.
: Meanwile the public has given Talking of overseas Visitors,

has alsu bean outlined for us by
Sir Brian Robertson chairman
of tha British Transport Com'
mission, with his news that Brit Britain'
ain' Britain' first regular 100 mph trains
are expected to, come into serv service
ice service in 1958: 'i-.1,
.fine of ,-the- new bieh speed

services, s between ; London i ana

fh vamtal with Manchester and

Bristol. Hauled by new diesel-e-

lectnc locomotives, tnese ae luxe
trains.. avill. -flive Pullman tvDe

service with air-conditioned coach

es and tneals served at every seat.
Theyrailways' -1,200,000,000 pound
mnHorhjcaHnn snheme. extendine

over 15 years, will include big .-scale
scale .-scale electrification of main line

routes, with likely: priority tor the
celebrated 400 mile stretch be be-the
the be-the spnttish ca

pital, Edinburgh, on which t h e

"Flvina Scotsman" express n as

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FIRST PRIZE Col. Prank U. Miller, Commanding Officer of
the 20th Infantry Regiment, presents Mrs, Naomi Wolfe, head
librarian of the Fort Kobbe LMbrary, with a check for $75.
The check, which was awarded the first place winner in the
USARCARIB Library Contest, will be used as funds for the

Fort Kobbe Library, iu.s. Army ruw uj

scouts 6f the British Travel and
Holidays Association, have been
I going round ; the shops discover discovering
ing discovering what sort of goods last year
found the most eager purchasers
from abroad. 1
- PatMv tint, it iMitti, were

t textiles and clothing, particular-;.

ly cashmeras, knitwear, camai-
hair suitings, furs, and Scottish
tartans', 1 '.'.'v-

Next in demand were china, pot pot-itery,
itery, pot-itery, glassware, jewejry and
sports gear.
In England, the most numerous
customers were from the United
States of America, followed by

Australians and Canadians. More

Canadians than Australians a 1 a
their shnnmnp in Scotland, though

again they were outnumbered by

United States visitors.
, Th. hictopst sinele "invasion

from overseas this summer will

k.- tha ivn Knv Knnnt from ov

Ul. HIV. w,vwv -YJ
er 80 countries attending the Scout
Movement's jubilee jamboree in
August at Sutton Coldfield, in the

English Midlands county 01 war
wickshire. :1.
X .nn nf tha IviH Will llV tin.

der canvas in Sutton Park, but

rnort than 26,000 have been invit invited
ed invited to.stay hi private homes dur

ing ana, alter tne ceiepraiions.

QO nl rent

' And another route claims that
diesei electric traction, replac

ing steam, has boosted its earn earnings
ings earnings by 138 per cent. This,, as one

NOTICE
. fir
Maidenforrn Brwsiere Co., Inc., of New York,
United State of Americar hereby advise th
public that brassieres and similar articles ille ille-gaily
gaily ille-gaily bearing the trademark "Maidenforrn" are
being offered forfale in" thi country, and that
ih Jigai ewije
neceary to protect its right.

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Dietetic Internship training it

scnpps Clinic, la Join, Calilor Calilor-nia.
nia. Calilor-nia. Mr. Kilgallon is a graduaU of
Boston College, where he also re received
ceived received his M.A. Degree in Econo Economics.
mics. Economics. The wedding is planned for "August.

Mrt Rctia Rakkiilna

ifcff i Entertains At Albreok

Mrs. Bessie Babbidga was host hostess
ess hostess yesterday at a luncheon given
in the Main lounge of the Albrook
Officers' Club. Guest of honor

were Mrs. Henry Fa lk and Mrs.

George Carter Orr, who will both

be leaving the isthmus shortly.

Mrs. Babbidge spends each win winter
ter winter with her son-in-law and daugh

ter Capt. and Mrs. Howard John Johnson
son Johnson of Diablo Heights. She will
leave with the Johnsons and their
son Jim April 14 for a four-month
vacation on the east coast of the
United States.

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i MISS JOSEPHINE SPRAGUE The engagement of ( Miss
i Josephina Muriel Sprague to Mr. James Joseph Kilgallon has
; been announced by Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sprague of Balboa.
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CHILDREN MODEL EASTER FASHIONS AT STYLE SHOW
pIVEN BY GARVYN H. MOUMBLOW MEMORIAL POST
- Carefully coached by proud mothers, small models show-
ed off Easter fashions to the delight of the audience at the
Garvyn Moumblow Memorial Post Home in Old Cristobal
k yesterday morning.
The children who took part were Pamela Robertson,
'"Betti Micek, Wendy Flores, William Huffman, Thomas Micek,
: Thomas Garber, Sarah Pritham, Patriot. White, Alec Llv-
Irifton, Robert Bonzoumet, Bobby Micek, Bill Garber, Jimmy
f-uMicek, John Blair, Mary Huffman, Kar Strickland, Sharyn
"TWicek, Oma Strickland and David Coffey. Teenage models
were Terry Livingston, Sandra Woodruff, Susan Bonsoumet
r"ftd. Beverly Brownies.

'Models in women's wear Jean
toiiey, Bessie Gulllot Ann "JPeter "JPeter-Mq?
Mq? "JPeter-Mq? Georgette Robertson, Judy
Hakanson, Pat Flores, Janice
Rrownlee, Mary Livingston. Betty
. Payne, Elva Woodruff, Anita
Smith, Diane Geddes, Betty Mi Mi-,
, Mi-, f ek, Ruth Belcher, Barbara Bel-
rfaer, Eleanor Blair and Alice Gar Garber.
ber. Garber.
'.Mis. Betty Slaughter of Gatun
war the commentator.

Spragoe-Kjilgalien
Engagement Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Howard H.
Sprague of Balboa, Canai Zone,
announce the engagement of their
daughter Josephine Muriel, to Mr.

James Joseph Kilgallon, son of

Mr. and Mrs. James J. Kilgallon
of Brookhne, Massachussetts.
Miss Sprague was graduated
from Balboa High School in 1951.
She is a graduate of Colorado
State University and received her

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Summers' Houseguests
Leave For Home
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Sumner
Sr. left yesterday for their home
Lake Lotus Ranch, Bellevue, Fla.
They have been spending the
past two weeks visiting their son
nd daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur D. Sumner of Golf Heights.
During their stay the. two couples
took a three-day trip to Medellin,
Colombia.
The visitors enjoyed their vaca

tion. They took many color slides 1

of the native flowers, which parti particularly
cularly particularly intrigued them. They plan

to show these to their friends at

home.

Kenneth Vinton
Receive Award

For "Jungle Whispers"

Kenneth Vinton, of Balboa

Heights. Canal, Zone, was award

ed an Honorable Mention In the

Pageant Press Best Book Contest

of 1956. Mr. Vinton's prize was for

his excellent volume The Jungle

miiaucra, uio uau-i hjbiuk uuv u-

ventures of the author, who is one
of the few white men who really

knows the horrors-and-beauties -of

the Panamanian jungle.

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MRS. ARLENE DIALS (left), the outgoing president of the
Fort Gulick Officers Wives Club, presents the gavel of author authority
ity authority to Incoming president Mrs. Ellen J. Wilson. The ceremony
took place at the installation luncheon which was held last
week to honor the Wives Club's new officers.

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US Population Rise Poses Problems:
No Si g n Of B a by Bo o m Slackening

' By LOUIS CASSBLS
WASHINGTON' (UPiThe pop

ulation of the United States -is

growing much faster than experts
expected. It already has passed

the "peak" it was supposed to
reach in 1990.

The present rate of population

(increase 1.7 per cent a year Is

more than double, that ot the
1930s. If it keeps up. America

will have more, than 220 million
persons to feed, clothe, bouse, ed

ucate, employ and transport by

1975.

'These facts now are receiving

earnest attention at the highest
levels of government and busi business.
ness. business. They have, in the words of

Dr. Joseph S. Davis of President
Eisenhower's Council of Econom Economic
ic Economic AdviserS, "profound signifi

cance- ior- me iuiure 01 mis na nation
tion nation and for each individual who

will be hunting a job, going to
college, buying ca home or build

ing a factory in the next 20 years.

Some results of the oaoy Doom
which has been under way since

World War II already are obvi

ous in overcrowded elementary
schools and ,. mushrooming sub

urban housing developments. But
other important implications of

the ramd nooulation growth "are

not vet widely appreciated," Da

vis said in an interview.

Mrs. Ernesto Koreff

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Mrs. Ernesto Koreff of Pitnama

City left last night for a vacation

trip to Europe.

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Predictions in Error

I Tin til a few vears ago. Davis

I said, virtually all: authorities
I thought the United States had
I reached the end of its long period
I of population expansion; "and that
I the latter half of this century

I would bring a. stationary or de de-1
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The wartime jump in birth

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porary. As late as me, tne wen wen-sus
sus wen-sus Bureau forecast that the pop

ulation would be 153 million in

11960 and at the ultimate peak of

164.5 million about 1990.
But the baby boom continuel

and still shows no sign of a let

down. The population shot past

the 164.5 million mark in ivm,

years ahead of schedule: It now
is just over 170 million. It ,will
pass 200 million before 1970, and
will continue to climb with no

Deak in sieht. ,

Without making any, attempt to
guess future birth rates, Davis
pointed out some of the ways -in
Which U.S. life will be affected
simply by the growing up of ba

bies already born.
Demand for Coeds,

There will be a sharp increase
in consumer demand, starting in

a few years, as postwar children
reach their teens. Teen-agers eat
more, they spend more for clothes

and entertainment. They buy used

cars, cigarettes, record players

and sDorts eauinment.

The number of goys and girls
going to c 0 1 1 e g e or starting to
work will climb rapidly in the
1960s. Competition for jobs, espe

cially the kind of obs tnat otter
a good beginning for a career, is
likely to be intense. Getting into

college may be even harder than

finding a job.

The median age for marriage

now is slightly over 20. As sue

cessive waves of postwar children

arrive at this threshbold age,

there will be a big jump in the
annual rate of "household forma

tions" and a rise in demand for
housing and durable goods.
SomeV economists, such as Prof.
Joseph J. Spengler of Duke Uni University,
versity, University, believe that rapid popula population
tion population growth poses a serious long long-range
range long-range threat to U.S. prosperity.
They foresee growing shortage of
natural resources, rising costs of
production as the pressure of de

mand forces industry to tap sub sub-marginal
marginal sub-marginal sources of raw mater

ials, and a general downward

slide in living standards.
Davis does not share this pessi

mistic outlook. He believes that

America's lone-range increase in

productivity, which has been av

eraging 3.5 oer cent a year, or

I about double the rate of popula

tion growth, can continue to raise

living standards. He is also confi confident
dent confident that scientific and technolog

ical advances will open up new

'sources of raw materials.

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At the left is George S. Moore,
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At the right is Frank T.
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has been promoted to Manager
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bank's affairs throughout ''the1
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rience. experience. He has headed the
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COL. GINES PEREZ, U. S. Army Caribbean School Comman Commandant,
dant, Commandant, presents Sgt. Pedro A. Feliciano, of the School's Auto Automotive
motive Automotive Division, with a certificate of Achievement for bis out-
standing work as an instructor. Feliciano has Just completed
a tour of duty in Panama and will return to the United
States for reassignment next month. .

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Lived On Potatoes.

WEST POINT. N:Y. (UP) A

physical and mental checkup was

planned today Jor an 18-year oia

cadet who rubsisted on raw pota potatoes
toes potatoes while trapped in a freight

car for eieht days.

Army doctors' said Jerome Iee

Gibbons, a plebe (first year man)

from Fulton, N.Y., had been de

hydrated by his ordeal and had
lost about 15 pounds. Although
weakened physically, he was re-

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several potato bags Tuesday by
three loader who were about tq

unload the freifiht car in the Jer

sey City, NJ., yards of the Erie
Kiilroid, about 35 miles from the

U S. Military Academy."
The cadet told railroad police
this story; i. -
- Fearing thai lie tad failed a
semi-annual physical test, be left
the academy -the afternoon of Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, March IT, "Because I just
wanted to get away from It alL"
He then walked 20 miles to

Campbell Hall where he climbed
into the freight ear, believing ft

to be needed upstate toward Ful Fulton.
ton. Fulton. The door then locked auto automatically
matically automatically and Gibbons found him himself
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THE SVNDAr AMERICAN

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By Batebellort u j-
Captainvand Mr. J. K' Batchel Batchel-,
, Batchel-, lot entertained for their daughter
r Pamela -who celebrated her tenth
birthday1 and 'their son Paul for
hi -twelfth birthday ,wp "kit "kiting
ing "kiting party, and cook-out on Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. .The group met at the, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa JRollerdrome and after two
hours of skating adjourned to the
Batchellor'a quarters at the 15th
Naval District for the cook-out. -Invited
guests werii:' Mark St.
Angelo, Dyke St. Angelo, Jimmy
Wiley. John Lewis, Tim Moore,

Mike te EriV Garvin; Iddia Isa

bel!, Wndy ,Utiey,x wunny uuey,
Dorie Andrew, Pant Gaston, 'Ge 'Gene
ne 'Gene JSamTAda Snt, Marie1 S i ft t,
Linda EmoryGlorla Garvin,-Carol
DeStowhiiska, Lkrry Dengler,
Anthony .JKorehead and Johnny
fiedronute. Mis Patricia Batchel Batchel-lor
lor Batchel-lor land Sam Beckley assisted both
at the fcollerdrom and with the
eook-out, '"
Balpot ttoiMnV7-
Club terd -''T J
Croup -Meet V :

. y;.Thirtyeeven' m e m a

guests of the Card Group enjoyed
rfellcrhtfiil afternoon lit tha. noma

of Mrs.. Harry Lacy in Los "Rios

oa xnursaay. a loveiy juncneon

was served by Mrs. Lacy and the
co-hostesses, Mrs. Arthur Brown
and Mrs.; Sidney Wilcox. ix;'
. ThAco'nltehdinff ware. Ruth .teiu

Vina Rlonoha. SlM 11W W nfl I

Ipnnnlntrtorf. Martha SDennv. : Left;

na saarmen' manna namuion,
Gloria Browne, Sally Crane, Billy
Ttnrieav Marv AnAnpnin. Maudn

Clinchard. Mary Days, Winifred

Graham,' Agnes Hearon, H a t e 1
Brooks. Dottie Allen, Katherine

uooon.cn, mpuy foihwvu, iib iib-rite
rite iib-rite JlacDOnald." Ruth : Jtongable,
Mary Ruppel, Elsie Ettinger, Ma Mala
la Mala Nordene. Ruth Bourgeois. CO

Joustra,- Peggy Parker, Louise

Mprohant. Edith Browne Marion

wiVnm. Kav .Daniels. Helen Ad

ler,- Lois Van Horn,1 Marie Wetzel,

Teres Luc, came arown, woDy

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SSAS register Ft 'Clayton doctors for the Second Inter
American Cmtntkm, la chocked out on procedure by Dr.
sm efreUrv-treaaurer of th Medical Association
MtaSu crnalon Tu Clayton doctor, plan to take
SrttothV Convention. .Their chief Col. Leonard F. Wilson
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tennial centennial public speaking contest Thursday night, Is shown second from the right together with
the other six contestants. Second place was given to Donald Randall, of Balboa, second
froni the left. Standing at the far right is Miss Barbara Gegg, of Cristobal High School,
who was awarded third place.' Other1 contestants, from left to right are. Miss Linda Cun Cunningham;
ningham; Cunningham; of Cristobal High School; David Browne, of Balboa High School and Misa Terry
Lewis, of Cristobal High School.

Love-Smitten 16-Year-Old

Found Frozen fo Death

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vi -"'S-n:i, r.A
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trniverslty wiU register without fee
for the Second Inter American
Medical Convention w h i e h is
Scheduled to start at the; Hotel El
Panama and the University of Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, Wednesday. The same i pn pn-Uege
Uege pn-Uege will be extended to interns
nd residents in all Panama and
Canal Zone ospitals.
Other doctors, wdl pay $5,000
jregistration fee, which will be us us-4i
4i us-4i to defray the expenses of the
onvention. All entertainment will
)e available at the cost price.
"Following the tradiUon ol med medial
ial medial emiventioni many staff mem mem-of
of mem-of the hospital. w,nW
the younger men in tr""110."
the sectional dinners, where they
will have the opportunity to chat
Informally with the leadera in aU
Ranches of medicme who have
travelled thousands of mUes from
various parts of the United States
to lecture afthia convention. j

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barbed-wire fence frozen to death
Thursday. ;

A cowboy riding me ienceuu
in search of breaks caused by the
storm came upon the body of

Chester A. Simpson 16 mues

northwest of Amarmo wnicn nau

been the boy's destination when
he set out last Saturday.
Authorities said Simpson appar apparently
ently apparently had been overcome by the

numbing cold and wind-whipped

snow that puea up mige oruu
over the week end.

Wearing a veld jacket ana dun

garees Simpson headed xor a
nearby highway to try to hitch hitchhike
hike hitchhike a ride to Amarillo lat Saw

urday afternoon after tne ap approaching
proaching approaching blizzard had cancelled
a bus run from Boys Ranch a
home for homeless and wayward
boys.

nnrh kaid Simoson had fallen in

love recently -with a girl in Ama Ama-rllo
rllo Ama-rllo and was determined to sec
her Saturday. The storm struck
early 1 that evenini apparently
while Simpson was walking to toward
ward toward the city 35 milt, from Boys

Kancn, me giri was not wenu wenu-fied.
fied. wenu-fied. Even before the blizzard began
ranch staff members searched the

area seeking to find and dissuade
Simpson from continuing his trip.
The search was resumed on
horseback Monday.

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WASHINGTON, March 30 (UP)
Americans for Democratic
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tive conservative coalition of Republicans and
Southern Democrats in Congress
is using ,the budget, as a Escape Escape-goat"
goat" Escape-goat" to "undercut programs
they fion't want at any price."
i Joseph L. .t Rauh, Jr., ADA
national chairman, and Robert
R. Nathan executive committee

chairman, made the : charge as
the organization opened its 10th
anniversary convention.

xney tow a ew conference
that the conservative coalition in

Congress,, prodded by Secretary

or y Treasury George M. Hum Humphrey,
phrey, Humphrey, is using a "back door trick

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SUNDAY. MARCH Sl,1937
Francisco
Classic : Tops Raceh Card;
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Aria

Paredes

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Chiroke Heavy Favorite

JJV) Take $7,500 Sprint;

Double Four Dangerous

lZi The Stud Colon Boys classy British colt Chiroke is
5 "expected to go off an odds-on mutuels favorite this after after-linoon
linoon after-linoon when he tackles the President Remon race track's
libest sprinters in the $7,500 added six furlong Francisco
; Arias Paredes Classic.

Race Track Graded Entries

P.P. Hon

Jockey St.

Cemment

Ooh

1 1

n,' The annual blue ribbon event

'nee more honors the memory of

nlhat great late politician, sportsman
"and -Juan Franco pioneer Don

MFrancisco (Pancho) Arias Paredes

The members of Don Pancho's

'family will be the track's guests,
m Two of Don Pancho's sons are
(tfwners of race horses at the local
"track but they their colors will not
ijie represented this afternoon' in
; jthe feature. However, Aerto Ne
. gro) Arias holds the distinction of
importing the favorite to win Chi Chi-JJ'roke.
JJ'roke. Chi-JJ'roke. A victory for the latter should
"be of great satisfaction to the A A-fjrias
fjrias A-fjrias family.
"'
v' Chiroki, fresh from a record
quilling seven furlong victory,
..-will have tht benefit o fleading
'jockty Ruben Vasqutz' experi experienced
enced experienced handling.
.His number 1 contender, Double
Tour, will have Alfredo Vasquez a-
;oard. Double Four, always at
;Jiis best when rested, has not rac racked
ked racked since spinning today's distance
in the unbelievable time of 1:10 1 1-6.
6. 1-6. On this occasion, however,
Double Four, will be packing much
fmore weight than when he set the
; frecord.
i-
.'5 Miss Vireinia de la Guardia's

consistent Chilean bred black
horse Melendez is another that is
sure to be heavily backed in the
.mWUiels. Melendez Whipped Chiro Chiroke
ke Chiroke In record equalling time for the
even furlongs 1:23 three
weeks ago. He is working well and
is sure to be in the thick of things
at the finish.
4
Jai Ala! II, probably tho track's
fastest horse for a half mil at
present, could make it a- post-to-poit
effort if ho can bo curbed of

his tendency to dive towards tho
inner rail in the homestretch.

Gonetino, another speedster, is
aDDarentlv not enjoying top form

and is a question mark. Sprinter

Kensington and consistent ratan

are rank outsiders.

I s f -' v v -!
it i'

HALF INTEREST Mario D' D'-Agata
Agata D'-Agata trains in Florence for a
world championship bantam bantamweight
weight bantamweight match with Raul Ra Raton
ton Raton Maclas in April, probably
in Rome. .The : Italian deaf deaf-mute
mute deaf-mute is recognized in Europe.
Mexico's Macias holds the Na National
tional National Boxing Association ver version
sion version of the title.

1st Race 5th Series Imp. 7 Fg. Purse $500 Pool Closes 12:45
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE s i
1 Incaica T. Gaticti 105 Nothing to indicate
2 Copar E. Ortega 106 Always dangerous 4-1
3 Carraway O. de Leon 110 Could score again v- 3-1
4 Oyster K. Flores 115 Best early foot 2-1
5 Moon Beam R. Vasquez 115 Form Indicates EVEN
2nd Race 'Hla." Natives 6 Fgt.Purse $275 Pool Closes 1:15
2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 La Pampanini g. Mon.
2 Fablonet E. Ortega
3 Winsaba H. Gustlnes
4 Don Manuel F. Hidalgo
5 Golden Bound R. Vas.
6 Jai Alai O. de Leon
7 No Gallito B. Baeza
8 Metto A. Ycaza

112x Returns from layoff 8-1
107 Good ecent races 2-1
lOOz Can make it here 3-1
110 Has late foot ,10-1
115 Reportedly ready 2-1
106 Lacks early speed 5-1
110 Wide open race 4-1
11S Way down in class 3rl

3rd Race "G" Natives 7 Fgs. Purse $275
ONE TWO

1 -La Gazza Ladra Agul. 120 Odds-on favorite

2 Liberia
3 Toxic
4 Bagdad
5 Certamen

Pool Closes 1:45

R 'Ra(7.a 113 Kanv win last

F.-Hidalgo 112 Should improve
H. Reyes 118 Distance to liking
H. Pitty HOx Despite weak rider

3- 5
10-1
. 3-1'
4- 1
2-1

ill

Pacific Little League
V'"--- -'l v-; i. tin,- . v ,i il t. if n.-',. v..- S:,;. ,...&, 3 r.

Playoffs to Begin

Final

On Monday afternoon at 4:30 the ed Series two games to one, be- Lou French, the pitcher with tha

Tomorrow

READY Miguel Berrios has
both hands ready for anybody
between him and the feather featherweight
weight featherweight title, now that he has
gotteff over the first step of
the elimination tourney being
staged for Sandy Saddler's va va-,
, va-, cated championship.

playoffs- for ; the Pacific .Little
league, championship series will

begin at the ( Little League ;,.SU-

The champions will be decided

in a two out of three games, me
second game will be on Tuesday
and if necessary the third game

will take place Wednesday.

The defending champions, ro-

lice, who also won the first half i

honors will meet the Lincoln Life

aggregation, second half winners
This will mark the seventh cham

pionship series of the oldest Lit

tle League on the isthmus.
( Pacific Little League has come
a long way since the original se

ries in 1951 when Curundu defeat-

dth Race D" Natives 1 Mile Purse $300 Pool Closes 2:80

QUINIELA

1 Jachalin E. Ortega
2 Rabiblanco B. Baeza
3 Moonshiner Gustines
4Ika S. Carvajal
5 Olimpico O. de Leon
6 Petite A. Ycaza
7 La Enea R. Vasquez

112 Distance handicaps
108 Distance to liking
100x Excellent race last
108 Good early speed
108 Early pacesetter
112 Usually beats these
114 Seems "sure thing"

10-1

4-1

3-1
8-1

5-1

3-1

EVEN

5th Race "Hla." Natives 6 Fgs. Purse $275 Pool Closes 2:55

lLinda Susy B. Baeza 113 Can run; hard to beat
2 Francisquito Vasquez 116 Form indicates
3 Fru Fru J. Avila 118 Rates good chance
4 Que Lindo V. Castillo 118 Good early speed
5Regia G. Montero 115x Nothing recently

3-2

4-5
3-1

8-1
20-1

cth t- sth series Irnn. 7 Frs. Purse $500 Pool Closes 3:35

" AWK wmimnr nAITDTV

FIRST KAv ur inn uvvw

1 Bradomin Hernandez 103x
2 Jaqulmao V. Castillo 118
3 Mrs. Halligan S Carva. 115
4 Sweet Windsor M. Gue. 106
5 Oro Purito A. Vasquez 120
6 Socorrlto F. Hidalgo 108
7 Oliver A. Mena 115
8 Semipleno O. de Leon 112

-Would pay nice odds
-Disappointed in last.
-Nothing in months
-Not against these
-Usually close up
-Not good'enough
-Form indicates
-Impressive win last

8-1
5-1
25-1
15-1
3-1
8-1
3-2
3-2

7th Race 5th Series Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $500 Pool Closes 4:05

2ND RACE Or THE UUDBLS

1 Suntonner R. Crlstian 110 Returns from layoff
2 Vedette B. Aguirro 11$ Could score again
Maria Stuardo A. Vas. lit -Rates fair ehanet

8-1
4-1
II

4 Gourmet'
5 Genizarito
6 Tiburon
7Volcanlco'

8 Lifeboat
9 (El Fakir
10 (Greco

,K. Flores 118 Lacks early speed; J 54
6 de Leon 108 -Could score again ; 5-1
'i iVi-1711 ns Returns from layoff 8-1

R. Vasquez 115 Should beat these 3-2
B. Baeza 118 -Will fight it out ; 2-1
G. Montero 115x Rates good chance . ( 4-l
S. Carvajal 115 Must go lower 4-1

fore several thousands fans, in Bal

ooa stadium. ,..ft.,,::-i:ff.

iTWo men in the original, League

are suu. aimiaied : witn the or.

ganization. Joe Cicero,' former
major leaguer, and Canal Zone

player and manager of the now

aetuncfr pro league, was connect connected
ed connected with the St. Mary's team of the

Little League back in 1951 and
now is at the helm as manager of

tne umraitar Life.

The other holdover from the

pioneer days of Little League is
Lou Glud, president of the, league,
and back in 1951 manager of the

sears team.

)

8th Race "Special" Imp. 6 Fgs. Purse $650.

,. -. QUINIELA
1 Atomic Spring V. Castl. 110 -Early speed only
2 Celestial Fire Aguirre 115 -Form indicates
3 Hunters Horn R. Vas. 115 -Serious effort here
4 Grand Finish F. Hidal. 108 -Good early speed
5 Remozada G. Montero 105x -Doesn't seem likely
6 Posiblemente R. Crls. 115 Reported topnotcher
7 Bluno K, Flores 115 Not ready yet
8 Concrete Pipe A. Ycaza 115 -Jn 2 or 3 weeks

Pool Closes 4:40

10-1
2-1

4-1

8-1

50-1
3-5
15-1
15-1

9th Race 6 Fgs. (1200 mts.) Purse $7500 Pool Closes 5:15

Francisco Arias Paredes Classic ONE TWO
1 Patan V. Castillo 116 Razor sharp edge 15-1
2 Gonetino A. Ycaza 116 Somewhat "off" 10-1
3 Double Four A. Vasquez 118 Seeks another record 3-1-
4 Chiroke R. Vasquez 110 Horse to beat 3-2
5 Jai Alai II R. Crlstian 116 Could go all the way 3-1
6 Melendez B. Aguirre 118 Could get up here 2-1
7 Kensington B. Bae2a 110 Hard to catch today 4-1

10th Race 5th Series Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $500

Pool Closes 5:40

This year's championship will

match two equally strong teams

The Police have a slight, edge on
the offense because of the long ball
capabilities. They have amassed
12 home runs against eight ? for
Lincoln Life. For the coppers,

Kussy Potter and Doug Friester

are tied with five circuit elouts,

and Timmy Corrigan and Eddie

Wilder scored one homer each.
For the Lincoln Life the whole

team total is credited to one play

er, Louie French, with eight hom homers.
ers. homers. ,,,'V;
On the defense, manager Jim

Riley of the Police has used five

pitchers during the past campaign,
and their record was 14 wins and

6 losses. Warren Ashton lead with

7-1 record, Doug Prlester 5-2, Jim
Riley Jr, 1-2: Eddie Wilder 1-0 and

Don Sebastian o-l.

For the Lincolns, manager How

ard Engelke lused four chuckers,

Racetrack Tips

By CONRADO

1 Distingo H. Gustines 105x Not against these
2 Fenlx R. Vasquez 113 Returns from layoff
3 Kadir V. Castillo 126 Seeks repeat victory
4 Ezcasay B. Baeza 110 Big question mark
5 Michiripa O. de Leon 113 Classic candidate
6 Dawn Song F. Hidalgo 110 Excellent win last
7 Chivilingo B. Aguirre 113 Could be upsetter
ft Empire Honey A, Vas. 120 In fight to finish

30-1
154
2-1
8-1
. 2-1
20-1
10-1
2-1

1 Moon Beam

2 Metto
3 Certamen
4 Rabiblanco
5 Linda Susy
6 Oliver
7 Lifeboat
8 Posiblemente
9 Melendei
10 Michiripa

Oyster
Winsaba

Toxic

Moonshiner

Francisquito,

' Semipleno
Volcanico
Celestial Fire
Jai Alai Hi
- Kadir!

leagues most wins, 10 against 1
losses followed by Gene Beck with

5 to 2. Doub Marti with 0-2 and

Johnny Joyner with no decision.

'ine games will be governed by

regular season pitching rules:' no

pitcher will be. permitted to pitch
more than six innings, nor will
any chucker be permitted to pitch

on successive days, if a pitcher

works on the mound in four or
more innings on Monday, he will

not be able to pitch on Tuesday

or .Wednesday"s,i A

Lincoln I.lf tha tn nf

coin, and elected to be tha home
team on Monday and Wednesday,

and the Police vlayinsr host on

Tuesday. ,

The probable lineups and sea-

son s averages are. as follows:

LINCOLN LIFE

Gene Beck 3 b

Bobby Ossrea as

Louie ; French P.

Gene Beck 3b
Bobby Ostrea ss.
Louie. French P.

Won 10-Lost 2.

George Case c

Jim Farnsworth lb,

Fred, Fernandez If.

Johnny. Joyner cf

Dennis Demuig 2b.
Bobby Bowman i rf.

Rosorves

Bobby Dura
Louis Engelke
Bobby Engelke

Charley Joyner
George Kiamco
Doug Marti

POLICE

Buddy Dempsey 3b
Warren Ashton ss
Doug Prlester P

won 5- Lost i

Russv Potter e

Timmy Corrigan 2b

Don Sebastian ef

Jim Riely lb.
Eddie Wilder Lf.

Don Darden rf.
Reserves
Tommy Alves
Billy Catron
Glenn Evans
Jeff Rllev i

Peter Smith
Fred Weade

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9th RACE 6 FGS. PURSE $ 7500.00
POOL CLOSES 5:15 ONE TWO

1 PATAN
2 GONETINO
3 DOUBLE FOUR
4 CHIROKE
5 JAI ALAI II
6 MELENDEZ
7 KENSINGTON

V. CASTILLO
A. ICAZA
A. VAZQUEZ
R. VAZQUEZ
R. CRISTIAN
B. AGUIRRE
B. BAEZA

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Fastlicli League

VM SECOND HALF STANDINGS
Team f Vf L' Pet GB

Ocelot v.::'.'.' 5 1 i, .833

atomas .. ..

Conejo,.,;;:,,i4;.;.3:
Pumas ... ... ..4:..4-.

, Macaws

5 2.714 ;

.571

1 9(lrt"Hi

If you like a good sJufest this
v one .you shouldn't have
the total for b"fh

, '"".team added up to ntaeteen hits

jand- twenty four runs vasi,ie
Ocelot defeated the Pumas t! t!-Kflay
Kflay t!-Kflay aftewoon at the rastllch
v' Tens?' BftH;PapfeyM.v.rT.f
Hlih spots of the game fea featured
tured featured four home 'imns as J. Mor Morris
ris Morris "hit hV third, Reynold!, his
fourth, Vauehn his third, and
K'mco his f'rst.-
Vaushn. tht 'oertot.' Hurler,
Vent all the wav for the win Plv-
'1ne up pine runs orr seven hit.
Pearl started f or Pirraas,;
Vent flv and on. third

hen Bpteiran i? was called in

" Trrtrn rlrht field .to -tak over, f
- Th Ocelots scored three In
the first on a home. run by .7.
, Morri with two on. three n Me
, second on staple by S!nelke.. J.
.Horrls nd double bv yme.pn.
six In the fifth .on s'nFles.bv,
pombrowskl,' teipeik. J. Morri
und a home run bv Vauhn sid
Jwo In the sMh on a. single hv

p. Morns ana a nome run oy

BevnoJfK

The Pumas scored four in
the first without benefit of a

tjiit, three In." the second pn s'rt s'rt-.
. s'rt-. tries by Roe. Peart gcott und a
. -home run by.Kiamco and two
win the. sixth on.. back-to-back
O'AniihlM hv fichwarzrock Tand

turn out to watch this crop' of
players give out with their best,

wnj.cn means une sportsman sportsmanship,
ship, sportsmanship, keen competition and sav sav-ty.
ty. sav-ty. There Is no fee for the a ames

and the players and managing

personnel ieei aim appreciate
the interest of the spectators.;
. Fans are integral part of any
sport, particularly, team compe competition
tition competition and the Teeners wont let
you down if yotf ari hunting
good fast '" entertainment. The
teams play every, week day at
four thirty. At their home,, the
Fastlich Teenage Ball Park.

The box score:

Unrestricted

Draft Would
Even Things

Ab
4
'4;

5
S
3
2
3
3

Ocelot
EngelkevCf

Morris(i B..3b

Morris. J c

Vaughn -n

. v

Ammirau ss
Reynolds lb

French. 2b

Dombrowski If ....

Womblerfv.

fti'wn'-w ; Pumas

Kiamco f . ...... . 3
Roe If ;,y.v.. ......... 4
Barley- ss t 4

Schwarzrock 3b ....... 3
Pearl p, c 2
Bateman rf, p 3
Scott," A. lb ..4
Cunningham 2b ....... 2
Rowan c 2
Dilfer rf 1

22

frwoubles by Schwarzrock

, The 'jetMak '. '. hitter for! the
i ocelots. was J. Morris with .four
for five. For the Pumas Pearl
- Jed with two for two.. v
With only two games separat separat-ing
ing separat-ing the top fouf teams and on on-,ly
,ly on-,ly nin games left to play. It is
cuite possible that a winner, for
the second hp If will not bM3e bM3e-termined
termined bM3e-termined until the last, game,
. Awhin. I.ti rnhfim t,anirl with

the palomas on Thursday, April "Hialeah, Fla. '(NEAJ The
.,11. ,rj , .v. : Wheatley Stable's three year-old

. Irt W of rfiKhtTJlaynandfcraek, Bold Ruler,' puts away nine

flmt.ninninir of the Teeners it i quarts of oats ana tnree oi car

f is urgett f tftafc tjmterested ans rots after a race or hard work.

ft1'

SUMMARY Home ruiis:' J.

Morris. Kianico. R e y n o Ids,

Vaughn. Two base hits: Vaugnn,
Schwarirock. Pearl. Strike outs
by; pearl 3, Bateman 2; Vaughn
3. Walks off: pearl 6, Vaughn 4.
Bateman 2. Earned runs: Oce Ocelots
lots Ocelots ; 13, Pumas, 2. Umpires: R.
Williams and Pajak. Time: 1:42.
Scorer: Dodson.

ANOTHER RACE
New York (NEAV As recent

ly as 1915, jockeys had to collect

their own mount; fee. That often
developed into another race be between
tween between jockey and owner or train trainer.,''
er.,'' trainer.,'' ,. .'. , I

-
NOT ON DIET

- By HARRY, GRAYSON
STOTTSDALE. Arill (NEA)

Scottsdale is a modern; replica of

an old far western town mm jvU'

li msbure. ; Va.i of Arizona :.

Trying to get more mileage out

of the Orioles, at smacking, new

Scottsdale Stadium, Paul Richards
wishes that : the major leagues

would bring their, competitive set-

tin as uD-to-date as this oeiignuui-

ly different, resort in the VaUey. of
the Sun.; : f.;y;.-V
Manager Richards got the Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore club to sixth place over the
dead bodies of the Senators and
Athletics last trip, and hopes to
win more games this, but the one

time catcher doesn't talk anything

like Will HarrldgA. '?
Prid(nt Harrldffe once

anticipates a closer fight and im1 im1-oroved
oroved im1-oroved attendance. He makes like

the Yankees are no longer in the

American League, which, as a mat

ter of fact, they are not. ine com combers
bers combers actually are a wide rung out
nf the wheel, uerhaos as many as

IS games in front of the other sev

en outfits.
Richards has to tackle the Yank

ees, however, and from him you

get a vastly .more refreshing and
constructive view of the present

lopsided condition of the circuit.
f'An unrestricted draft would

balance the league in three years

repeats Richards,,; one eye.: o
fhiiripv Bpamon. a strapping 22-

xiaar nlrl Npffro Durchased from

the lowly Vancouver Coasters last
fall in time to shut out Whitey Ford

and the yaiucees. ii-
"An unlimited draft would be
the greatest forward step taken by
organized baseball since Branch
Rickey inaugurated the farm sys

tem. Bv unrestrlctea I mean wwi

' i J 1. im

any player not raciuaea ra xno o
a parent club may carry on open opening
ing opening day would be subject to draft.
"I'm not in favor of an unre-

.MM ort draft onlv because Balti

more needs helo. I'd be for it if

I managed a club overioadea wun
talent, say the Yankees."

Itefby Farrell S t il I Looking

Whip Yanks

rormuia

TUSCON. Ariz. ( DP fcka na opt

Kerby FarreU of the Cleveland Ir.

. muH, a luuKuig in vflm ior
the' secret form ula f of whipping

rwe .-ne4,,-,ihore!i Jiittinaiiand

more team speed .to win," said

xarreivout so far he hasn't liro

duced either commodity, though

uo Mas expenmemea ail spring as
patiently as a research chemist.
Thus,,, the Indians will head into

anotner American League ; cam

paign wun tne most impressive
lot of pitchers in base ball Bob

uempn,, Hern ifccore, Early Wynn,
Mike Garcia and a solid second
line but with virtually the same
supporting cast that finished nine

To

enable .independent operators to
prosper. Then a club such as Bal

timore would have a more eaual

chance at buying players from the

more!"""0" anertney had acquired a

uiue experience.

' An unlimited draft would expe expedite
dite expedite the advancement of players,
now shackled to major league
clubs for seven years, four in the
minors. It would also take a lot of

puff out of the sails of legislative
proposals which would make or organized
ganized organized baseball -subject to anti antitrust
trust antitrust laws.
The way things are now most
minor league clubs are owned or
directed by major league outfits.
Entire minor leagues have been
wiped out by the telecasting of
major league games into their ter

rrtory and whatnot, so the pick pickings
ings pickings are slim for a big league club
. i i

requiring eiaooraie reouiiuing.

ihr4 wnuid vot for an un

restricted draft ofr the good of the
minor leagues as a whole. It would

games behind the Yankees in sec-. a shoulder ailment the veteran
ond place last year Gene Woodling, Poprjrookies Joe

The loss of third baseman Al i Caff le and Roger Alarls. Maris has

Editor) CONRADO SARCEANT

To grasp the magnitude of a ioli

HKe nis, which is to make the old

at. Louis Browns salable around
Chesapeake Bay. Richards asks

you to take into consideration that

the Yankees are 30 years or more

ahead of nte orioles.

"How can we ever catch up

when the Yankees are able to con

trol as many as 400 or 500 players
for seven years?" be wants to
know.-

With the chamDionshin DracticaL-

ly conceded to the Yankees before

a shot is fired, and their dominance

becoming more monotonous each

year, the American League have have-nots
nots have-nots finally are concerned about

and searching for a fairer deal in
the open market.

Rosen, one time home run king

and the league s most valuable

player in 1953," complicated Far

rell's first season as boss of the

Indians and led to the endless ex experiments
periments experiments he has been forced to

conauci.
Experiment In infield
Until he clear his third base

situation, neither his infield nor
his outfield is likely to be settled.

He has been trying second base

man Bobby Avila-outfielders Al

Smith and Dave -Pope and rookie

Billy Harrell at third.
Farrell starts with three 20-

game winners Lemon (20-14),

Score and Wynn each 20-9. Then
he has Garcia (11-12) plus excel

lent relievers in Ray Narleski,

Don Mossi and Art Houttemao.

The catching is safe' though not

powerful in the hands of the vet veteran
eran veteran Jim Hegan, Hal Naragon

and young Earl Averill.

The bie hone to wield a big stick

again is first baseman Vic Wertz,

who came back after a bout with
polio last season and belted 32
home runs.

At shortstop there's Chico Car-

rasquel or George Strickland, both

light hitters on their current per

formance.

Avila. the league's batting king

with .341 in 1954. is the regular at

second unless f arreu nnas ne can

eb more useful hv the trouble spot

at third. In that event, Strickland
can play second or the job might
go to rookie Larry Raines, a .309
hitter up from Indianapolis,
s
Regalado Back Again
At third, there's Rudy Rfalado
back for another twirl hoping he
can hit big league pitching, plus
the others '' Avila, Smith, Pope
and Harrell, the latter a .279 hit

ter at Indianapolis last season.

In the outfield, Smith has been

stationed in center and Farrell
would like to keep him there.
n f- 1 1 i 1 1. i i i

nocco coiayuo W" nH 1 nome

runs in 101 games last year, is
back in right fieldf and Farrell is"

convinced the 25-year-old is a
comlng itaiv 7?

Other outfielders include J i m

Busby, who is back after nursing

looked exceptionally good, though

it's too early to tell, until he has
a few more looks at major league

pitching.

Must Face
Minus Pool

LOS ANGELES (NEA) A new
ruling by the California Horse Rac Racing
ing Racing Board defines the track's' re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility in providing betting op:

portunities on races with small
fields.

In the future the tracks will not be

free to limit wagering, to win, bit bitting
ting bitting only every time they fear a
minus pool. Such a rule has been

under consideration since last

summer, when Hollywood Park al allowed
lowed allowed only win betting on the Sun Sunset
set Sunset Handicap, in which Swaps fac

ed eight others.

The new regulation states that

the track must allow win,' place
and show betting if there are five

interests, win and place wagering
if there are four. The public Will
be limited to win betting only if as

few as three interests start.

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THE ITTNDAT AMERICAN'
J SUNDAY, MARCH SI, 195T
C LA S S I F I E D S
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
. THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740

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Houses Apartments

FOR RINTr Completely furn furnished,
ished, furnished, spacious, three bed room
residence, porch, terrace, 8r 8r-tiens,
tiens, 8r-tiens, servants quarters in Golf
Heights adjacent to Golf Ceursa
Talaphenat 3-1308.
Quinn Defends
Haney As 'Sound
Fundamentalist'
y HO H. PITERSEN
BRADENTON Fla. (UP) John
Quinn general manager of the
Braves today came to the defense
of Manager Fred Haney who was
' accused of bunting away Milwau Milwaukee's
kee's Milwaukee's pennant chances last year.
"There was nothing wrong with
the system Haney used" Quinn
maintained. "He managed on the
theory that if the club scored five
runs a game it could win with the
kind of pitching we had. And the
records prove that system was all
right because we lost only a few
games in which we scored five or
more runs."
Haney was second-guessed es especially
pecially especially during the September
stretch run for bunting and try trying
ing trying for one run when such slug sluggers
gers sluggers as Ed Mathews and Hank
Aaron the National League's bat batting
ting batting champion were at the plate.
Haney 'sr critics claimed he
played it "too close to the vest"
and would have been better off
had he allowed his sluggers to hit
away.
"I don't go for that rot" Quinn
said. "First off no major league
club hires anyone as a manager
who is not a sound fundamental fundamentalist.
ist. fundamentalist. By that I mean he knows his
players just what they can do
and fits his strategy to that pat patera.
era. patera. We would no have hired
Fred had we not been convinced
he was the best man for the job.
Quinn said he had not talked to
Haney about it but that he
wouldn't be "surprised if Fred
doesn't play the same type of
game again this year."
"Of course that is up to him"
he added. "He's the manager. The
TM1 CRITERION Of
THI WORLD

X& R D L EY
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ATTENTION. 0. I. Just built
modem furnished apartments, I,
2 bedroems. hot, cold water.
Phono Panama 3-4941.

FOR RENT: Modern apart,
ment, 6 closets, 2 bedrooms,
living room, dining room, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, porch, garage. 46th St.
East No. 2-61. Phono 3-1423.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment at El C a ng re re-jo.
jo. re-jo. For further information te telephone
lephone telephone 3-4946.
FOR RENT: Apartment one
bedroom, living room, dining,
room, kitchen, and bath in Be Bella
lla Bella Vista, facing Urraca Park.
For information call 2-1958. Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. FOR RENT: Apartment, 3
bedrooms, two bathrooms, liv-in-dining
room, largo kitchen,
laundry clothesline and maid's
room with bath at Campo Ale Ale-gre.
gre. Ale-gre. Information call Panama
3-4641.
FOR RENT: FURNISHED
apartment for April, May and
June. Two bedrooms, $100.00
monthly. Tel.- Panama 3-0088.
FOR RENT: At El Cangrejo.
Modern apartment, 2 bedrooms
hot water, garage. Balboa 2 2-3382.
3382. 2-3382. Panama 3-1043.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished .2-bedroom apartment sit'
uated at El Cangrejo: livingp
dining room, bathroom, inde independent
pendent independent maid's room and bath,
garage and lovely lawn, near
Hotel El Panama. For informa information
tion information phone 3-6796 Panama.
Resorts
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and largo
beach houie.-One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1 866.
PHILLIPS Oceansids Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. do P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
front office won't Interfere and
never will. We named him the
boss because we had confidence
in him and although at was tough
the way we lost out last year
there isn't any one in the Braves
organization who faults Fred in
the least.
"Ha wont a far a h rnuld
with the players we provided him.
mat s an you can asK ot any
manager."
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VAN-DER-JIS 50 Street No. S3 FARMACIA EL BATURBO Parana Lelevre

the Bella Vista Theatre.
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1954 Buick 4 doors
$1,300.00 or make offer, 5623-Apt.-C
Diablo Hts. Tel. 2-3354.
FOR SALE: Ford Panel '51
for $600.00. New tires and bat battery.
tery. battery. Cheap. Call Tel. 3 1039.
FOR SALE: 1954 Plymouth
Belvedere Sport Coupe, two
tone, directional lights, 1 tinted
windshield, radio, W-S-W tires-
Excellent. condition. 83-2119 af after
ter after 6 p.m. ', :" .... 'i
FOR SALE: 1955 Fairlane 4
door Fordomatic: sedan. W-S-W
tires, radio. Price $1,600. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Balboa 1079.
FOR SALE: 1953 Studebaker
commander Hardtop. House 130
Ridge Road, telephone 2-1484.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar life Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
TRANSPORTES BAXTER. S. A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 2-2451 -2J562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Ridinaj & Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
or by appointment.
CHILDREN & GENERAL
DENTISTRY
Dr. R. Eisenmann
&
Dr. C. E. Fabrera
C.Z. Dental-Medical Polycllnle
Tlvoli (4 of July) Ave. 21A24
(opposite Ancon School playground)
TeL 1-2011 Panama
"Sllra Vour flfura down"
BODY REDUCING
McLcvy Machines, Massage
Steam Bath male and female
' Medical belts, orth braces.
ORTOPEDIA NACIONAL
SS A. Justo Arosemena 3-221t
Dr. SCHOIX trained Chiropodist
SAN BLAS
EXCURSION
April 14 $17.50 each
FIDANQUE TRAVEL
SERVICE
"B' St. 7-27 Tel. t-1661
3 CZ Conductors
To Share Honors
At BHS Concert
Thrpo nrnmlnent conductors of
the Canal Zone will share conduct-
inff honors Thursday nieht. when
the Balboa High School music de
partment presents it annual spring
concert.
Guest conductor for the evening
will be the distinguished O. E. Jor-
stand, director of music at Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal High School. J orstadis
widely known-on the Pacific Side
of the Isthmus as well as the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Side,
He has appeared here as con-'
ductor on many previous occa
sions including the Railroad Ann!
versary program, the Goethals
Memorial ceremony, and B.H.S.-
C.H.S. joint band concert.
Don Randel, youthful assistant
conductor, will conduct the band,
orchestra, and chorus through va-
inous selections on toe program.
This young prodigy has appeared
publicly performing on v t D r a
ohone. organ, piano, French Horn,
and trumpet. He is a member of
the band, orchestra, cnorus, glee
i club, and noon orchestra. In addi
tion to appearing as a performing
artist, he has wielded the baton
on ouier occasions.
' Overall director of the program
i will be Victor A. Heir, director of
music at Balboa High School.
The program will be given In
the lower gymnasium at 8 p.m..
April 4. The public is invited to
attend and bring tneir lamines.
There will be no charge for ad admission.
mission. admission. College Dramatic
Group To Present
Mystery-Comedy
What would you do If you had
to find track big enough to hold
the body of a six foot man? That
is the question which stopped the
cast of "Some Sinister Influence,"
the 'college comedy to be given on
the stage of the Diablo Heights
Theatre on Wednesday, rapril 10.
But the problem didn't stop
them for long, because with the
help of a truck manufacturer in
the Republic of Panama, such- a
trunk is being built for the produc-
'lon ot we suspense comeoy.
".' eii and Old Tjce" usual!
comes to the mind of theatre-go-

HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fo. de

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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Circle Saw Lathe
1-4 H.P. motor, grainder 250
watts. 0805 Plank St. Balboa,
Phone 2-2188 after 3 p.m.
FOR SALE: Air conditioner,
like new $125.00. Tel. 3-4679 or
see it at Edificio Miramkr
from 7 to 1:30.
FOR SALE: Preferred shares
Cuentas Comerciales at par va value
lue value $10.00 each 8 per cent an annual
nual annual dividend. Call 2-0221 -Ele-
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS
FOR SALE: Sealed bids, for
opening in public, will be re received
ceived received at the office of Superin Superintendent
tendent Superintendent of Storehouses, Balboa,
for the following items: invita invitation
tion invitation No. S-57-340 Steel, Mould Moulding,
ing, Moulding, Fiberboard, Brass and
' Bronze castings. Iron castings,
Manhole frames,, linoleum,
" gages, hose, belting,, belts and
1 gaskets, packing, r u bb t r,
sponges, pipe and pipe fittings,
rosin, tar, t richoloreethylene
and tine sulphate, refrigera refrigeration
tion refrigeration fittings and parts, tubing,
transformers, wire, pump parts
gratings and inlets. TO BE
OPENED 10:30 a.m., APRIL 5
1957. Invitation No. S-57-341
Tubing, engine parts, valve
and gate parts, tires, hose. In Insulation,
sulation, Insulation, pipe covering and fit fittings,
tings, fittings, blocks, blocks and sheav sheaves,
es, sheaves, hoist parts, brushes, paper,
cocks, gages and parts, injec injector
tor injector parts, valves and valve
parts, tool steel, adapters
Glass, sine sulphate, compound
hose and siphon. TO BE OPEN OPENED
ED OPENED 10:30 a.m., APRIL 5, 1957.
Invitations may be obtained
from office of Superintendent
of Storehoaoes, telephone 2-1086.
General
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
YOU CAN SPEND A NIGHT
IN THE SAN BLAS ISLANDS
TAKE A "JUNGLE JIM
JAUNT" HOTEL SAN BLAS
ISLANDS, THE SOUTH SEAS
OF THE AMERICAS. Two full
days. First lour starts April
6, Saturday Return April J,
Sunday. Transportation, sight sightseeing,
seeing, sightseeing, 2 days and one night at
San Bias Islands Hotel meals.
All for $25.00; each person.
Bring your bathing salts and
camera. Plane flies straight to
Porvenir. No walking. Trips ev every
ery every week end. Reservations
must be made at Hotel El Pa Panama
nama Panama by 4:00 p.m. each Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. Day: Telephone "Jungle
Jim," Panama 3-1660. Night
telephone "Jungle Jim," Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-1326 or see "Jungle Jim,"
HOTEL EL PANAMA, Guided
by Jungle Jim.
Potter To Present
Charier To Federal
Accountants Assn.
Pans! 7m. Cnv William E. Pot-
t uliii mir tho formal nresenta-
tion of its charter to the Canal
Zone Chapter of the t ederai gov government
ernment government Accountants Association
at iiinnor meet in ff Thursday at
the Tivoli Guest House Ballroom.
Master of ceremonies for the
dinner and recipient of the char charter
ter charter will be the Chapter President,
Philip L. Steers. Jr.
Special guests of the Chapter
will include Maj. Gen. Louis T.
Heath, representing the Commander-in-chief,
Caribbean Command,
and Mrs. Heath; Rear Admiral C
L. C. Atkeson, Commandant, lith
Naval District, and Mrs. Atkeson;
Rri0 run F. W Nanier. repre
senting Commander, Carribbean
Air Command, and Mrs. Napier,
and Ori Kenneth H. Tando. re-
preseting Commanding General,
USAKlAKlB, ana mrs. jairao.
The guests of individual mem-
Kr. will infinite managers of lo
cal banks and other financial in
stitutions, representatives oi busi busi-nn
nn busi-nn maehin manufacturers, gov
ernment officials, and others
prominent in the financial manage management
ment management field both in Panama a nd
the Canal Zone.
ers when one remembers stuffing
bodies into boxes and chests. But
Some Sinister Influence is rath
er a comedy of suspense instead
of a typical mystery comedy.
There are no muraers, no norror,
nd no terror.
As in sQ fiood suspense come
dies, the conclusion explains full
the reason back of the mystery.
Tickets arc new on sale lor
"Some Sinister Influence" under
the general direction of Peggy
Lee, financial director of the class
in Dramatics ot me couege.
STUD I NT CHIEF
LewUburc. Pa. (NEA) Jack
Brothers was elected president of
Bucknell's Student Faculty Con
gress. -He one of the university s
outsuodiufc ail-around athletes.

la Orna Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMY Justo
1 Street .FARMACIA "SA8" Via Porraa
Home Articles
FOR SALE: Hammond -organ,.
$1,145. Baby Grand piano, $375.
Sofa, 145. Bar, $30. Wrought
iron table and 4 chairs, $50.00.
Miscellaneous. Bookcases and
tables. .86-4287.
FOR SALE: One five-piece
sectional upholstered living
room et in .very good condi condition.
tion. condition. One mahogany dining
room set in good- condition,,
cheap. Call Telephone 287,. Co Colon.
lon. Colon.
Phillipine Rattan set (couch,
2 chairs, end table) $100. Fath Father's
er's Father's chair and footstool ff'ed
plastic, $25, large locker trunk,
practically new $15. Kitchen
table $10. crib and mattress
$15. Qtrs. 3026 NAD. Ph. 1 925
FOR SALE: King Size bed with
box springs 7 ft by 6 ft .' less
than one, year old $140.00; Ar Argus
gus Argus C-4 Camera with case, and
flash $50.00,' leathertop Peruvian
table, new $25.00. Phone Fort
Clayton 87-6189.
FOR SALE: Vacuum cleaner,
Electrolux $15.00. Ironer elec electric,
tric, electric, $10.00. Call 2-4319.
FOR SALE: Lester" Piano
household goods. House 0805
Plank St. Balboa, Phone 2-2188.
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: Motorcycle In Indian
dian Indian "80," 1950 hydraglide.
Good Condition. Call 2-4319
Pacific Softball
League
SECOND HALF STANDINGS
Won Lost Pet.
. 6 2 .750
Lou Glud Agency
C. N. Pan. Liquldo
Hq&Hq 20th Inf.
Tasco Batteries
Blatz Brewers .
4
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.571
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Next Games -Monday,
April lc'n. Pan
Liquldo vs Lou Glud Agency,
Tuesday, April 2, BlawjBrew-
ers vs Hq. and Hq. 20tnTnfan-
try.
Wednesday, April 3, Tasco
Batteries vs C. N. Pan Llquido.
Thursday, April 4, Lou Glud
Agency vs. Blatz Brewers.
Friday, April 5, Hq. and Hq
20th Infantry vs Tasco Batter,
ies.
Hq and Hq 20th Infantry De Defeats
feats Defeats Past Liquido to Tie For 2nd
uq. ana Hq. 20th iniantry
tied C. N. Pan Liquldo for tec-
ond position In the Pacific Soft
ball League second hall race
after turning; the Beermen back
on a 9 to 4 victory with Murphy
Descant gaining his third con consecutive
secutive consecutive win in less than two
wees.
Thursday, Kobbe Lifellners
were engaged in an heart to
heart battle with Cerveceria
Naclonal at this league's home
park. Outhlttine- the soldiers.
cerveceria demonstrated a jacK
of wholesome team spirit after
the lourui inning. This develop developed
ed developed to their loss and also a
chance- to tic with the league
leaders, Lou Glud Agency, .who
they meet on Monday.
Descant of Hq. and Hq. 20th
Infantry held on to the steering
wheel of the winners hearts on
pitching with great caution to
the powerful Pan Llquldo's
"murder's nine."
With the score at 4 to 3 at the
close of the third frame and the
first half winners ahead, Kobbe
regulars caught on to "Big Mac"
Lane pitches sending nine play players
ers players to the plate. Leading off
with a walk to Mora, Williams
followed through with a bunt
single advancing- runners into
scoring position. Right-fielder
Roth in turn, lined another hit
bringing home one run to tie the
score at four apiece. Three more
runs came across in the same
inning on a single by Rosa, a
sacrifice, a wild pitch and a
boot" by shortstop Carlin.
After Pan Liquldo tallied two
runs in each of the first and
second Inning, Descant limited
their hits to two. both by catch
er Bongiorni in right field. Lane
was again touched for two runs

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announces the re opening of
their kitchen: "under .new man management.
agement. management. Try our steaks,
chops, seafood and sandwiches.
Real Estate
jFOR SALE: Completely furn furnished
ished furnished 3-bedroom cottage in El
; Valla, 10,000 square meters;
bearing fruit trees Price $
itoO.00. Phone: Friedrich, Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal 2170. ,.,4:.r
FOR SALE: Attractive, mod.
I em Z bedroom chalet, icreeiv
V hot water, ; maid's room
bath, yard, etc. 104 84th East
street bet ween 50th St. and
Via Porras. Reasonably priced.
FOR SALE: Buy rich coffee
land in Costa Rica. Write Mi Mi-fuel
fuel Mi-fuel Urn, Apdo. 131,. San Jo Jose,
se, Jose, Costa Rica.
FOR SALE: Baby feeding,
play table, Royal portable
noiseless typewriter, Navy 2511.
St. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA
DITCH DIGGERS HEAD HEADQUARTERS.
QUARTERS. HEADQUARTERS. We sell good va va-luel
luel va-luel Attractive homes at rea reasonable
sonable reasonable prices. Also can assist
you in obtaining reasonable
rentals. See TROY HAYES,
president Panama Canal Socie Society,
ty, Society, c-o A.F. WHITE, Realtor
195 fth St. North. Telephone 7 7-0344.
0344. 7-0344. in the last of the sixth. On two
outs, Rosa gained a bases-on-balLs
for Kobbo and ruhners
were plaeed on third and second
with an error by the catcher,
then Larry Chance brilliant try
at Steward's well hi t ball in
right center which bounced out
his glove sending home two in insurance
surance insurance runs for the Lifellners
Hlttine starr were Bongiorni
of C. N. Pan JLteuido with two in
two and Roth of. the winners
with two for three.
The box score
C. N. Pan Liquldo Ab R
Ostrea, .If : ,,. 4
Chance,' cl ? . 4
Padron, rf .3
Pescoa,. lb ............ 2
Carlin, ss 3
Stock, 2b ,3
Lane, p.. 3
Kosik, 3b ... 3
Bongiornt, c' i. 2
27 4 7
Hq. and Hq. 20th Infantry
Rosa, c 1 2
Mintz, ,1b 2 1
Steward, cf 3
0
0
1
1
0
2
0
1
Wesolek, ss 4
Mora, 3b 3
Williams, If 3
Descant, p 3
Roth, rf 3
Neal, 2b 0
Grates, 2b 2
24 9 5
Score By Inning ;
Pan Liquid 22a 000 0-U 7 5
20th Infantry 102 402 x 91 5 2
Umpires: Marv Metheny and
Jim Sprague. Scorer: HenrJ
Clark.
Son Follows Pop
As Ham Operator
NUNDA, N.Y. (UP) Mrs.
Clarence Martin of Nunda has two
hams cluttering up her dining
room radio hams, that is.
Mrs. Martin's husbandfhas oper operated
ated operated a ham radio for the past sev seven
en seven years, and until recently he
had no competition from any
member of his family. Then, al almost
most almost overnight, 12-year-old Don Donald
ald Donald became interested in transmit transmitting
ting transmitting and receiving.
Donald now is the proud owner
of a novice license to operate in
code. His call letters are KN2VDN.
A classmate of Donald's 11-year-old
Barry Watkins, also caught
the radio bue and transmits over
station KN2VQA.
24T 24T-CENTRAL
CENTRAL 24T-CENTRAL ATE,
' Calldfmla

VfAHT$i W Salesman fof part
time or fu.ll time. UnOw English
and have ear. Call Panama 3 3-255.3.
255.3. 3-255.3. .From 12 noon.tft''JP.m,
Boots & Motors
FOR SALE "Sea Babe-HS
ft. 25 hers ? Evinrude. Phone
Lesson i
Learn Spanish, with ; Mrs Ro Romero's
mero's Romero's Conversational System,
beginners and advanced pupils.
Lessons; 'Mornings, :' afternoons
and .eVehlngs; 4th of July Ave
nue, T i-3J2.'1n. front of Quar-
ry Heights
JL.

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DIABLO MAJOR BOWLING
LEAGUE
t
With only one more night to
go,, the Seymour Agency Major
League bowling team moved
back into first place last Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night by taking all four
points from the league leading
R.C. Nehi team. The last; game
however was a squeaker, as the
Issue was only decided in the
last frame with the last man Al Al-meda
meda Al-meda bowling anchor for NehL
Almeda, always a dangerous
clutch bowler had to turkey out
to make It a tie game, Al laid
two beautiful strikes In and all
of us thought he had the third,
but It came In a little High and
left the four-seven standing.
well that was It, Seymour
took the game by only two pins,
winning all three games and pin
fall for four points. Jack Ubben
was the star of the contest com coming
ing coming through for Seymour with a
tremendous 634.. The rest of the
teams remained in the same
order as they were.
o J STANDINGS
Won Lost
Seymour Aeency ... 69Vi 38y2
R. C. NeTii 662 4l
MethodistsPlan
To Finance
New Churches
CHICAGO (UP) Methodist
leaders are organizing a laymen's
group to help finance the building
of new churches.
John Van Sickle, lay leader of
the church's Rock Piver Coher Coherence,
ence, Coherence, announced the Board of Lay
Activities hopes to enlist 1,500 lay laymen
men laymen willing to contribute a min minimum
imum minimum of 10 each time a newly es established
tablished established congregation builds a
church sanctuary.
The board said it plans to bnild
12 new churches between 1987 and
I960 with the help of the "Church
Builders Club."
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OFFICE SPACE

to

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"J Jalii.il St Aifat: TOR. iNi 4oS
New building, located half a block from-
the new Banco Nacional building, being-.
. erected at 32nd atreet and Cuba Avenue.
Office space -available with all modern
conveniences Completely independent -first
floor with 3,600 square feet prepar prepared
ed prepared for air-conditioning'. 1 Small offices on ;
the upper floors.. ; ',
NOW is the time to moke any
changes to suit special conditions,
I such as lights, telephones, etc.
, : For farther details applr
TOMAS ARIAS
: 6-7. 32nd Street Ttl. 3-0744 r

'iv. i v. ?J. u

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WANTEt): U- Mild to da house
work. Must sleep in No. 23 55th
street. El CangreJvM'-" Ota
'Hamla.
WANTED- 'ikJ'lZ
' a I housekeepervMust bVnaat,
Heuse 4260, Los.RieitefXv v.
WANTED TO BUY'i T-iixteert
inch swing er larger? i Metal
, turning lathe and drill press
any condition.' V: Write details
and price expected to "Lathe"
C-O this paper Box 134,
Lucky Strike ..... . 61 Vx 46
El Rancho CWrden StVi TSOV.
H. I. Homa Co. :w V 54
Summit Golf Club ii 49 .5
Stempel and son k? 37 All
Fuerza y Lua T J
TOP TEN
Bud Balcer

206-22
192-15
192-3
191-S5
190-10'
189-13
187-3K
187-20 v
184-15

A. Almeda
Roily Gleichman ........
...
Bob Toiand
Bily Coffey
Earl Best
Ed Kunkel ,...,.
Del. Charters
r Don't forget the big Sponsors"
night at the El Rancho Garden.
a - ".". i j -.

Arivnrifprl ticlret. nlo and hnnlr-,:-

iiwu mB niuoi ui uic a.d.v. ana
WIBC bowlera wlU be on hind

Tr tnM-.. r.nti trumiinri and uia,

brate "the climax of this year's
bowling season. ""V' ,:-. :';

- it you nave not purchased

imiira1 liar. Tnhh V trnao Iw :

cnarae or saica. win be at rn : ?

Diablo BowUntf- Centen' Monday,- p

ador and at the Balboa Bowlinsr

Center Thursday night Port
Amador and Ft. Clayton. Col. P.

Peca. On the Atlantic side Ruth -t 4

I uri.nriri u rin iui w Hrnvn unr. ...

ici uuiiicr wui oe rctiay at i;ju.
f!omi a.rlv in nrHur to ot nln 1

up table. There will be no reser-
vations.

However, there win be a tablo ;
alontf side of tournament and '. '.

leasrue officers for dlffnitaries.

oincers or m Armea f orces
and their guests who wish to, :
come and join in with us on
this celebration. There will also
be reserved parklngf space for ' ;
the above. v ; X
- Following dinner there wlir.b ;'. s,
a brief interlude Of music and' v
dancing. At 9:30 we will go on.
the air simultaneously over ra-

ha, and Radio Cristal. This will V
nnttAH mi i ftnramtU tfrtYAPW

and awards presentations and
LUICl UUl VVA VUlUUlwu. VJ. VI'J
sponsors awards. Dancing ana
the drawing of door prizes, will

follow throughout th evening. ,,

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THE SifrDAT AMERICAN
-FAG KIN-.
SUNDAY, MARCH Jl, 199 1
Start VUatckinq jbieb
OU5C5
jpy Women s, i World

:

No one can convince stylists that dresses of this type, 1X
Jacques Helm, become museum pieces because expense make
them impractical. t

fey ROSETTE HARGROVI
I'HtA Staff Correspondent
L PARIS (NEA Everybody
Ttnows that women s way of dress
tog,' the world over, is governed
by the style trends which twice
yearly are presented by the big
name Pans designers.
But behind the scenes of the lux.
tirious salons of the Avenue Ma-
i. tienon and ,,the- Faubourg Saint
Honqre a rim battle has been
wased since. theend ot.vWoria
War,II between the. .ideals of art
. and stern economics. ;
v- a plain words this means that
as a business proposition, a-'dress-making,
house is no longer the po potential
tential potential sold mine U' was in the
roaring 1920'sSwhen designers like
Poiret, ChanelVionnet, the Callot
sisters 'and, others rules the world
w iasnion.V"S,:i-:::;-."''i --:;-f
Today the heavy burden of tax tax-'es,
'es, tax-'es, social security, high produc production
tion production and overhead costs leave a
relatively small margin of profit
which anyway is strictly control controlled
led controlled by. the state.. ( j.c-. (
'- RECENTLY A FRENCH busi
nessman quipped that the. haute
couture' was a "grande dame"
wh, lived way beyond her' income
and did not realise her hour had
struck. The. fact remains that
; since liberation "no less than nine
famous names have. disappeared
from the fashion world Lelong,
Molyneux, Rochas, Piguet, Worth,
Pafluin, Dormoy, Schiaparelli and
only a few weeks ago.v after 37
years in the business, Germ aine
Lecomte. ':
All nine had started in the good
old days when, taxes were negli negligible
gible negligible and society women (and oth others)
ers) others) from every country in the
world came to Paris to buy their
clothes. Their number has dwin dwindled
dled dwindled considerably. It was estimat estimated
ed estimated recently that there were only
a few thousand women in the en entire
tire entire world who could afford to'
dirss in the haute .couture exclu
sively with prices ranging rough roughly
ly roughly from $500 to $2,500 for a sim simple
ple simple little dress or. a grand ball
gown., -... :
Because a dressmaking house'
depends on the inspiration- of a
mere handful of people Dior, for
example, designs all his models,'
makes hundreds of sketches be before
fore before starting on a collection-Tit is
difficult if not, impossible to run
it on strictly business lines, y
Nobody has yet ben able to
convince a eouturiec- thst he need
not show such a jrreat number of
lavish evening creations which are
in effect nothing more than mu-
y MRS. MURIEL" LAWRENCE
DURING Cubby's convalescence
from measles, his mother read him
to sleep every night.
It was a pleasure. uiDby- naa
been quite Ilh He'd lost weight.
She was so erateful to him for rid
ding himself of measles that she
was only too glad to reread him
"Tba Wizard of Or." Indeed the
first day he ate all his lamb chop,
siit was so grateful that she bought
"The Tia Woodman of oi ana
bet ia to read him that
But enouca was enouen.
One night after reading him three
fhioirs from "The Tia Woodman
she had to say, "No that s a".
I cant read" any more bow. I have
to go downstairs and get my dishes
done." .-..
WITH bitter accusation. Cubby
corrected her. "You donl ae to
go." he ssid. "You just WANT to;
;"
A!!er a moment, she leaned down
i h.n thai i line.
the to'H h ra You are rizM. I ja'.
I'd! hv ta so rtonsiirs !;
v in t nsn in in ttit wotk
i--e. 1 ant to be with Daddy and

t
ililWiiili
' l- t
seum pieces. No businessman wiln
ever understand the wastage which
happens in the process of creating
a collection (cost from $30,000 to
$300,000) when a creator wi 1 1
think nothing of discarding 30 mod models
els models out of .say ISO'r':.'.'---)'
But there a creator's inevitable
retort is that you cannot produce
a unique creation on an assembly
line as you would an automobile.
MME. LECOMTE Explaining
why she quit, declared: "wnen
made a sale of one million francs,
860.000 were already absorbed by
taxes and various expenses. Be
cause! the haute couture is const
dered a luxury industry, we are
taxed higher than any other. "Vet
it is to our and -its' troroiiary in
dustries that France owes some
of her prestige in the world."
- Still bristling with energy. Mm e
Lecomte : reminisced about 1 1 h e
old days when she dressed queens
and princes, leaders oi me mier
national as well as France's so
cial sets and theatrical and movie
stars.
."But the most extraordinary
clients of all were the South A.
mericans." she recalled. "In the
days before air travel they would
. ... T . T 1 I 1 1
arrive at tne khz in rir iuuuw
A hv an armv of secretaries, per
sonal maids, valets "and butlers.
They thought nothing of ordering
anywhere from au to w aresses,
nim 10 for each of their daughters,
They spent millions of francs and
would return with a h u n djr e d
trunks chock-full of; clothes, nats,
fiirs, shoes and accessories.
i ffhe war and' post-war currency
restrictions in many countries
spelled the end ot mat laouious
era. "', '-.'''
Th mnort of the woman of to
day, who can afford to dress at a
big-name designer an v,...
ed. Whereas her mother dressed
at Paquin or Worth, very often
she prefers to spread her custom
meral' houses and will
sometimes, expenmem., wiu
known. ' V
This does not weveni pessimism
from declaring that one reason
why high- lasnion is in a ou wj
is because of the publicity which
surrounds the presentation of a
.u.tinn nri th Drcmaturo reve-
Jation by way oi SKeicnei uu v
tnifranht of anr one seasons
.ri In th worM DteSS
Annther- basic .trade difficulty
lies with the copying of the new-
XAmm, hv foreien stvle pirates
,hi, rfpfrudfnff the-couturiers of
their rights for the good reason
that they, have no copyrights
read a book of my own. So that's
w jat I'm going to do. Good night,
darling.- -
After a child's illness, there" al always
ways always comes the moment when we
want to be done with the intense
closeness his weakness has de developed
veloped developed between us.
If we love him, we'll freely ad admit
mit admit the wish.
He will protest. He'll imagine
that he wants us to continue serv serving
ing serving his every want. He'll believe
that he wants to perJctnate the in-
valid's special privileges and re
tain nis use oi our eyes, our limbs,
our energies.
BUT this is only skin-deep truth.
The deep troth is that Cubby's re returning
turning returning health wants him to with withdraw
draw withdraw its dependence oa ours. When
we declare our own healthy wish
to resume our own life again, our
child is deeply invlgorsted. i
t'ndemeath his apparent displea displeasure
sure displeasure is the feeling, "O.K. If she
ants to do things without me a-
in I mi Hm thm mtwll -ith-
nit her!"
Sometimes mothers ienore thcir
own wholesome resutance lo tne
nurse's let-me-do-everythuig-f or-

mi
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ond

I v jk ry r j- .... r q y; ,

Spring hair styles, graced by ribbon touches, show that hair,
though short, can achieve completely different coiffures for day
and evening, Chignon look is created (left) through use of band
of woven-edge ribbon decorated with bows of the same velvet.
JJair is carefully shaped, kept flat on ton. The 1930 hair style

By ALICIA HART
THERE'S something about
springtime that creates a desire
to start afresh in every possible
way.
The drab winter is nearly over
and most of us are Irresistibly
drawn to store windows featuring
(he new spring styles." We look
forward eagerly to. throwing off
the heavy clothing "'we've. -been
wearing for months. We- "want to
meet the 'springtime : looking
sparkling and pretty.
And what more completely cre
ates, the illusion of being a new
person than a new hair style?

Swimsuits to swim and sun in either now (on a winter varatioa)
or later next summer! are ready now. These miU showithe
influence of resort daytime, and evening fashions: Leaning on
.shiprail, this girl wears (left) cabana-striped swim sheath by
Sprite in an elasticized wool knit. Neckline and shoulder strap
are in a black boucle braid. The Empire line appears center) in

HEALTHY hair is beautiful hair.
And while the way your hair looks
depends to a great extent on your
general health, it also depends on
the care you give it.
Most women tend both to ne neglect
glect neglect and abuse their hair. They're
content -with a permanent and a
weekly shampoo.
This isn't enough for hair that
shines. The weekly shampoo is es essential,
sential, essential, true, and the permanent
may also be necessary. But the
shampoo should be the right type
for your hair and the permanent
should be a gentle one. v
Most important of all Is the dai
ly 100 strokes with a good, stiff
brush. A brusn witn onsues mat
bend easily won't do the trick.

The idea is to stimnlate the 'PilHX.gssinf

sturdy brush to do this. You may
1
you role. They go on climbing stairs
and carrying trays, refusing to re-
coenize tneir irriuiion at meir con-

Irslescent's over demsndingness.yft cut to special measurements:

Yet their irntation is th-lr own
snowieoee mai me ume xor inuuig-
inf H is past. ------

efyecorate Short Jt

i The hairdos featured this com-
ing season are simple and ferni
mne. Ana they 're easy to keep in
place. :. ..
Short hair still holds first place
in popularity because it's neat
and manageable. Curls are out of
the picture; soft waves are verv
uiutu -in again. ...
One hair stylist claims that the
low, side part will be seen fre frequently,
quently, frequently, with the top hair comb combed
ed combed softly awav from the face, and
deep waves at the sides and back.
. since many oi tne nais lemur lemur-ed
ed lemur-ed this spring are reminiscent of
the 1930's, another new hairstyle
is a short, fluffed, youthful coif-
prefer one that has all nylon bris bristles
tles bristles (easy to wash and won't ab absorb
sorb absorb hair oils) or you may like a
combination of natural and nylon
bristles.
Donl pick a brrsh just because
it looks pretty. Pick the profes professional
sional professional type, the kind that's used
in salons, and wash K each time
you shampoo your hair.
THE woman doesn't exist who
hasn't had a hard time being pro properly
perly properly fitted in lingerie. She may
go to her favorite store and ask
for a size 32 slip only to f i a d,
when she gets it home, that it
was cut for a giant or a awan.
LJtery, no ever, aomnning
hortful hat happened to eliminate I
lingene sues,
Designers and manufacturer are
Mining out bngeri in specialised
tixes, which mesas that a woman
can now buy a ready-made, slip.
petticoat or nightgown that's made
10 in ner parucutar i.xuic u
for the junior figure, the large
usure, ifr ine average ugure.
Let
the saleswoman mearare

with 1957 touch appears (center) combed smoothly back front
the forehead and dipped into a deep wave over each ear. There's
a flat, smooth velvet bow "on top. For evening, hair is styled
back from-face without part and given fake chignon, which is
covered by tiny cap of velvet ribbon.

fure that springs loosely from a
, low side part. Thick, full bangs a-
cross the forehead show softly un
der the new deep, brimmed hats.
The current trend in hair ar arrangement
rangement arrangement is simplicity. The clas classic
sic classic line of flowing waves, can be
set off attractively by clever use
of ribbon. This is a bright note for
those of us who dislike .wearing
hats.' P:-'-..'-'-. U'
Of course', no matter how often
hair fashions change, there are
certain basic rules we should never-forget.
Bangs, however popular, should
not be worn if the forehead is
low. If the forehead is narrow,

bamboo-striped' swim sheath with bow to emphasise the Empire
bvstline. Waffle pique lastex suit (right) is in white, is edred
with turquoise faille. The faille is embroidered la white. These
two suits are by Grace Arcuri for Sea Nymph. Sleek lines and
figure control typify these new suits. By GAILE DUGAS,
NEA Women's Editor.

By CAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor
CANNED salmon swims into
Lenten menus with pink enthusi
asm.
Let's start with individual puffs.
. Individual Salmon Puffs
(Yiold: 4 sonrints)
Eight-ounce c salmon. 1V4
your owi proportions next time
you shop. And when you get it
home, you'll find that even the
prettiest sad most fragile gown
washes quickly in gentle suds and
gives long wear.
COSMETICS cannot give you
beauitful eyes if the eye are puf
ry ana rea-nmmea irom art
sleep and fresh air. To
have,
sparkling eves, give them
daily,
'care. This includes a brisk walk.
an eye bath wub a. soothing io-
tion. and eight hours' sleep.
Avoid rubbing them and be sure
to read and work in a soft, clear

.beiu. irt-p your iiia inuj,.ui orwii.

jelean (this doesn't mean a hasty)
swrpe on the hem of yow skirt))
.ana nave me pracripuo" ciwta-i
ed by a doctor once a year.

redded

the hair can be brushed straight
back at the temples to advantage.
Fullness at the sides broadens
a narrow face; if. the face is long.
So the gal with the long, narrow
face can be in style easily this
spring.
Ears that stand out should be
covered,, and there are many at
tractive coiffures that fall softly
along the side's.
Whether you decide to buy a
new Easter bonnet or just use rib ribbon
bon ribbon to brighten your hairdo, you'll
be delighted with, the many soft,
pretty hair styles you can select
to make, you feel as new and
fresh as the springtime itself.

Individual Salmon Puffs
" '. ...
Make Fine Lenten Luncheon

cups medium thick white sauce,
(-ounce can broiled-in-butter mush mushroom
room mushroom crowns, y4 cup finely diced
in KUBcr, i cuds seasoneo
ma sbed potatoes, l egg
Drain salmon and flake
ly. Add to white sauce.
.
corse-
neservt u mushroom crowns
and coarsely chop the remaining
mushrooms. Add chopped mush mushrooms,
rooms, mushrooms, mushroom broth and green
pepper to salmon.
Mix lightly and place in 4 indi individual
vidual individual g-ounce baking dishes.
Blend together mashed potatoes
and egg. whipping lightly with
fork. Pile lighuy oa creamed sal sal-mo
mo sal-mo mixture and arrange 1 mush mushrooms
rooms mushrooms in center of each serving.
Mate la moderately hot oven
oegree r.l until tfeorousBly
hot and potato is lightly browned.
about 26 minutes, fcervt immedi
ately.
Sweet potato gingerbread is rich
and moist. A slice, slightly warn
and topped with kc c r e a
whipped cream, makes a aubsta
Swoot Potato 6mtrbroo4
. (YWdi f rymt)
u lufiftrr rup uj u-
purpose fiour, i teapoons double-

. Here's the last of a six-part se series
ries series in a new -concept of weight
' control re-education of eating
habits instead of tricky diets, an
every-day program of nutrition in instead
stead instead of fads. Working with NEA's
food editor for this article is Dr.
Charles Glen King, executive di director
rector director of the' Nutrition Foundation
and nutritional consul t a n t to
UNICEF.

By CAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and .Markets Editor
NEW YORK (NEA) The long long-er
er long-er you have been overweight, the
harder it will be to get back to
what you should, weigh.
That is why it is so important to
avoid putting on weight in early
life, why it is vital to the health
and good looks, of young people to
learn menu patterns that will prev prevent
ent prevent them from getting fat. So warns
one of our most distinguished re researchers
searchers researchers in the field o nutrition.
Dr. Charles Glen King, executive
uirecior oi tne XNUinuon r ounaa
tion.
"Obese neoole who have occa
sionally-lost some weight find it
easier to reduce than thbse who
have never ; lost any unwanted
pounds," he added, again stress stressing
ing stressing the importance of a better diet
pattern for Americans, who are
rapidly, becoming a nation of the
overfed. r
, He pointed out. tod. that as a rule.
fat children have fat parents. That
usually means that mama and pa
pa like to overeat and that the
child has picked up the habit and
shows the result. Just plain over
eating is far more serious than we
realize. There is every evidence
to prove that a diet packed with
unneeaea caiones is aisu pacnea
with hazards not only Jo personal
attractiveness, but to health and
loneevityl ;
King, wno is aiso proiessor oi
nutrition at Columbia University
and nutritional consultant to UNI
CEF, is convinced the solution tq
overweight, now a national prob problem,
lem, problem, is the readjustment of our
way oi eating to modern uie ana
what we have learned about food
values.
"Faddism is no solution to over overweight,"
weight," overweight," he stated with emphasis
"Most of the 'wonder' diets so po
Dular are not the answer. In the
first: olace they are expensive
They1 are impractical in normal
family living and fail to re-educate
the obese into eating and enjoying
a balanced diet and sticking to it
permanently.
Ha defined a balanced diet as
including everyday foods from four
groups: -.-f;
1) Good protein, such as meat,
flshj eggs, dairy products.
2) Citrus fruits, such as oranges,
ernnefruit. lemons: also tomatoes.
3) Whole or enriched cereals in
w form. He says hot Dreaas in
variety belong in this category,
tickle tne bad reputation, they
liave' wrongiuiiy gaineu. :
4) A good variety of tne usual
vegetables and fruits, with empha
sis on the intensely yellow, and
green cnes.
"These are the foods you find
in ?our market," he says. "Noth "Nothing
ing "Nothing faddy about them, no tricks.
Nevertheless, they .provide the bas
is for the .best imaginable reduc
ing diet provide you use -some
form of each of the four groups ev
ery day and in amounts required
by your body according to your
energy expenditure.
'That means the work you do

Illustrations of Balanced Menus
(Prepared by the Nutrition Foundation to snow
' use of basic, every-day foods.)
' BREAKFAST r-'tPlneappls ulceji hot cereaJ, milk;
toasted English muffins; .better j jelly; beverage.
' JUtfNCH French-omelet with 'ereole sauce; buttered
awlMchard: popovers butteri'.JiAU'impefruit with mint
ice; milk. t
' DINNER Pot roast of ,.bef; carrots; onions; oven oven-browned
browned oven-browned potato; green pepper cheese salad; butterflake
roll, butter;' pecan cupcake; beverage.
. '
BREAKFAST Orange Juice; hot cereal, milk; French
toast, syrup, butter; -beverage.
' LUNCH Vegetable-beef aoup, crackers; tossed greens
with lemon and vlnegard ginger pumpkin pie; milk.
DINNER Vegetable Juice cocktail, crackers; turkey
in- casserole; glazed carrots; baking powder biscuits, plum
preserve; fruit salad, fruit whip dressing; beverage.

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Salt. 1 teaspoon ground "ginger,
au H teaspoon ground cloves,
Set aside.
Combine 1-3 cup shortening with
I cup sweet potatoes f cooked, cold
and masned). Mix wen.
And Vt cun suiar and H tea
spoon soda; stir until thoroughly
blended. Beat in 3 egg, en at a
Ume.
Add flour mixture alternately
with tt cup mild tight molasses;
mix well.
Turn batter into a well-greased.
lightly floured txix2-inch baking
pan. Bake m a preheated moder moderate
ate moderate oven (SS0 degrees F.) 1 hour
or until done.
Cool ia pan It minutes. Tarn
out onto wire rack to finish cool
ing
TOMORROWS DINNER: Frox-
rm pineapple rripferu it Juice, in
dividual salmon puffs, steamed
rice, small peas, crisp bread or
rolls, butter or margarine, lett-oce
and green pepper salad, warm
jw-n pum sinsrmreaa u
aiila ice cream,. coffee tea, milk.

! Dr.Kinf

housewife, truck driver, student.'!
factory worker, busine. man .k.

ever It may be. Certainly the house-J

icnrcr cowries a uay
than a logger In the woods she
needs about 2.000. he

6,000," he explained. "But. what whatever
ever whatever your. work, if you eat more"
food calories a day than you use S

" e excess caiones simply pile

"To get rid ot those e x c e s s im impounds,
pounds, impounds, adjust VOUr fonri intilra in

just below the calories required to

uiauuain your ideal body weight,",
he advised. K

"Use a reliable chart to help yoiT'T
determine what your particular bo-x"'w
dy weight should ha

v f uioui ante vUUl

panies, many food companies,'-'
health departments, etc., distributa,fn"
these charts free. Get -one. Study

It CarefUlIV. Then determlnA vnnv

calorie needs and eat from the four ","r
groups enoueh. but not morr. tout"-

to fulfill those calorie requirements."',"f
"And buy a reliable scale. Usatr'";
it at regular periods, at the same ,v
time of day. In a little while yourr"'
scale will tell you that those un--T
wanted and unbecoming pounds iUi

are iaaing.away. so will your mir-
ror,. ; tl

"But, of course, you must stick"4
to the balanced diet not just un un-til
til un-til you get your weight down to
where it should be. That is not

nough for optimum health. You V
must teach yourself the new. habit

of eating from balanced menus In
amounts enough to, maintain that "'-i

proper weight, not for just a little m
while, but for the rest of your life, i
he concluded. ; r

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The longer you've been
the harder to get thin.

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Commissary Clinics Pay Off for -Doctors
!GOP Staging Fantastic Contest
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- ( WASHINGTON (UP) .Texas
J which is supposed o do every-
thing in a big way is staging a
"fantastic political contest next
Tuesday. From a field of 22 can candidates
didates candidates the votes of a few hun-
- dred thousand people will elect
one who will determine which par party
ty party controls the United States faen-

At a special election a senator
will be chosen to serve until after
the 1958 congressional elections.
There were no party primaries
or conventions to nominate candi candidates
dates candidates There will be no runoff in
case the front-runner fails to poll
a majority of the vote.
The word here is that a light
vote is expected and that the win winner
ner winner is not expected to poll a ma

jority.

GOP In Undtrdog Role

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TVia PennhllranK ha

J v r i t
ihcalimc in thp rnlp oi uncior

dog in normally Democratic Tcx-
as But because of the nature of i
the race they figure their organi-j
Ration-backed candidate T h a d
Hutcheson of Houston has ai
ohonyc tn win Therp is onlv one

other GOP candidate and he has
no organization support.
The remaining 20 names on the
ballots are Democratic candidates
including "liberal" "conserva "conservative"
tive" "conservative" and pro-Eisenhower varict
4c Tevat TipmiMTats in Washing

ton have consistently maintained
'a show of confidence the winner
will be a Democrat. But there is i

much uncertainty about the out out-cdyie
cdyie out-cdyie and much speculation about
how the votes of the also-rans will
aubtract from the votes of the
leaders.
Only a few of the Democratic

contenderds are expected to poll a
significant vote. The contest is
viewed chiefly 'as a three-way
race between-Hutcheson and two
Democrats Rep. Martin Dies
and Ralph Yarborough.
. Outcm All Important

A Hutcheson victory presuma presumably
bly presumably would depose Sen. Lyndon B.
Johnson of Texas as majority
floor leader of the Senate.

Tim Kpnatp- lneilD IS HOW 4

riPiirtrrafs ; and 47 Republicans

Inasmuch as the GOP has the tie tie-breaking;
breaking; tie-breaking; vote of Vice President

Richard M. Wixon senate uur
Leader tWilliam fV Knowland has
been, ready to move for Republi-

ever ne can'ount 48 votes. How

ever one of thetl incumbent Ke
nnhiifnns i spn William Lanser

of "JNorttt'JDakota wno ls .stiU hos

Ditalized convalescing from a se-(

nous illness.
Tho Piertion will fill the Senate

seat for the remainder of the term
to which Price Daniel now gover governor
nor governor of Texas was elected, in 195.2.
William Blakley a temporary ap appointee
pointee appointee has held the seat since
Daniel became governor.
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SANTA BARBARA, Callf.,1

March 30 (uP City employes
painted 15 private cars for free
today,, but-all the owners com complained.
plained. complained. The : employes, traffic sign
painters, were moving their
truck when thp hose on a pres

surized tank broke, spraying the
cars with, a mottled white on

one side,

if 'iy. mnn than inoinn in nut nn a mpdical convention. When the Second Inter-Amer;

Iran MPdiral rnnvpiition e underway next Wednesday and the Hotel EI PananU and the

University of Panama are flooded with men and" women in Hte, many non-medical people
will share the satisfaction of the doctors of the Medical Association of the Isthmian Canal
Zone, who are sponsoring the congress. if
If proof were needed of the kindly feeling the average Isthmian ,ha tw"dfl8.d''"
has been well supplied by the unanimous response to any request for help, from ex-patients
and others. -y ..i tnj nj

Many off-duty hours have been spent ny Yoiuiiiary "".V"-',,;' ":Cln
icils on bushels of letters; carpenters have built sign posts, and engineers have worked to

75c. PERSONAL 75c.
APPEARANCE OF
CARLOS RAMIREZ
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little boy told the
SHOCKING TRUTH!

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iron out tne "Dugs' in me simuuaneou;. rrv.h. ., ,r.

In a community as small as the lstnmus oi V.j "
years, soon takes care of some member of a number k.tl1
Thi rtav hv dav concern over the health and w eltere of the people of the community is in
banking account of appreciation they have built up in th hearts of the people.

cans at a a.m. and consultations

at commissary,, post office and

ball game clinics? are taken f o r

granted by the doctor but the fact
they are not. regarded lightly by
the patient has been brought home
in the past-weeks. 1

ive. gotta help my doctor,"

was a typical answer given to

any request for practical help t or

aavice.

Few Deode ask the "whv" -of a

medical convention, but in answer

to those who do. doctors pause

and dig back into their memories

a little. Throughout the years

spent in Medioal School, a doctor

is ronstantlv kent on his tnpti hv

top flight .specialists of. the Medi Medical
cal Medical School staff. Once out of med medical
ical medical school .and into practice "he

can seldom attend lectures by ex

pcrts, so he falls back on reading
the medical journals to keep up

wittt the research experts, are car

rying on and the new facts they

are- iinmne,

This' is. a fine method as far as

it goes, Blrtat has its limitations

It is impossibre to ask a journal
to further explain ""some point or

to discuss the results 6f- one's own

experiences with similar "fr,s e s

with a printed page.

After a while the- average docy
tor's interest, in medicine causes

him to hunger for personal con

tact and personal i communication

with leaders in the field of medi medical
cal medical research:

The profession is fortunate in hav having
ing having some leaders in1 medicine oh

the Isthmus Two of these, Dr

Carl Johnson of Gorgas Memorial

Laboratory and Dr. Victor Hirsch"

mann of the Department of Derma

tology at 'Gorgas Hospital, will

give papers at this convention a
Ions' with the sixteen other sDecia

lists coming from the United

States.

The ambition of all doctors is

to improve themselves in their pro

fession and to improve their pro profession.
fession. profession. That is why the stimulus
of a medical convention with Its

unlimited opportunities for "shop

talk" was considered a worth

while objective by the group of
doctors who decided to sacrifice

their spare time to put this meet meeting
ing meeting on for themselves and their

colleagues. -
Dr. William T.' Bailey volunteer:
ed.to act as chairman for the or

eanization of the convention. To

help him he chose a steering com com-mittee
mittee com-mittee consisting of Dr. I. J

Strumpf, who captained the first
inter-American Medical ; Convent

tuhirh urn hpld hor thrpft vearx

ago, and Dr. Frank. Page Smith,
who is secretary-treasurer of the
Medical Association of the Isth

mian Canal Zone. ;
Dr. Strumpf became program
chairman, and as such was re responsible
sponsible responsible for selecting and invit

ing the speakers

funds to assist in -bringing down
these speakers and subsidizing

them was partly answered by gen

erous donations from tne -Ameri

can Cancer Society and the Amer

ican Tuberculosis society." boid
these organisations were eager to
work out some method by which
doctors, could receive special in instruction
struction instruction 'in both cancer and tu tuberculosis
berculosis tuberculosis at such a time Regis

tration "fees paid by, the doctors

who attend the convention should

takfe care of the ; balance of the
cost. i
In charge of Scientific Exhibits,

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MAKING A POINTER LIGHT Donald Scott of Curundu
works on a flashlight pointer, which the convention speakers
will use to indicate details on their proiected slides. Scott does
Instrument repair workfor Inter-American Geodetic Survey.

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dio and.

his. skill-

ELECTRONICS COME IN HANDY TOO Jim.. Price, rai
irtrnnlr. rpnalrrtian for the Panama'. Canal, used? h

to facilitate mass production of photographs for .the- medical'
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. HELP FROM ARMT Capt. Jack J. Russell, -Army Slg. Serv Service
ice Service and William H. Kober install the equipment, which will
make simultaneous translation possible at the medical con convention.
vention. convention. Here they are putting; earphqnes ln the University
auditorium in preparation for Wednesday's Opening.

I NAVY LENDS A HAND Mrs. Dorothv Bitters, -who takes care' of Navv denendents In tha I

yOut Patient Department of Gorgas .Hospital takes;- "Just one more letter" front Dr. William

nancy. ;. Mrs. jBiuers is one oi ine many secre taries wno ,nave cheerfully volunteered their

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MEDICAL HISTORIANS Mrs. Army Mc Cor mack and Mrs. Virginia Sticti; study old photo photographs
graphs photographs of Ancon Hospital, as they prepare an exhibit on Medical History' of Panama for the
medical convention. . ',

Col. Hamilton Webb visited each will be of wide interest., j Because
city and laboratory in the terminallpf their love of history and their

cities and the'zone, and found e-'mterest in the medical profession,.

nough interesting work to make dis

plays for the convention. Among
the exhibits of general interest

will be a display on "Poisonous
Undersea Life"- by Dr. Robert

Koenig of Coco Solo Hospital. This
is a Dhotoeranhic cataloeing of

The question ofpangerous local sea plants, which

siun- aivera-Jiiaj eni-uumcj.

Capt.' Hoke's animal : pathology

exhibit describes with microscope

and pictures Some of .the illness
seen among the local animal po

pulation; and their relation to di-

This history of Panama Canal

Medicine, which hr being organii
ed by Mrs. iVirginia Stich, Libra
rian of Gortas Hospital and Mr!

Amy Mcuormaca lounaer ana pasi

president ofc the Historical Socie

ty of the Panama Cnal Zone,

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GETTING SET FOR MEDICAL" CftNTENTlON Capt. Jack
Russell and William H. Kober check their work as they insull
headphone sets ln the auditorium of the-University of Pan-,
ims for the simultaneous translation of the ierturet to be
given next week at the Second Inter-American Medical Con Convention.
vention. Convention. Lectures will be heafd over the loud speakers in one
language," either Spanish or English, and will be simultaneous simultaneously
ly simultaneously translated Into the other language over the earphones.
i

they have devoted untold hours to

poring through old photographs
and manuscripts to prepare this
exhibit in its most, attractive form.
Dr. Frank Smith agreed to head
the Commercial exhibits commit committee,
tee, committee, another Important assignment.
Drug manufacturers help to de defray
fray defray the cost of the convention by
renting floor space and setting up
booths where their products can

be demonstrated t the delegates.

This is good business; -but that is

not the only, reason why the drug
companies fall ln with this idea
so willingly. Being businessmen,
they realize that every convention
helps to build, tip Panama's tour tourist
ist tourist trade, so they support the con convention
vention convention with goodwill. ; ; t )
No convention can be all work
and no play, s6v Mrs. Charles-, O.J
Bruce was asked .to he chairman
of the entertainment committee, i
This she undertook willingly, and
set to work to provide a full pro program
gram program starting with a luncheon and
fashion show on Wednesday and
iishing with a Medical Congress
Handicap at the President Remon
uifiuroiiio on Saturday. -f
The Doctors' Wives Clubs of
both Panama and the Zone gave
their full cooperation in this under undertaking.
taking. undertaking. Iif fact the Canal Zone
Doctors' Wives will give the lunch luncheon
eon luncheon and Fashion show on ooemnr

day and a dance the following

night both a t the Hotel 1 Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. The Panama Doctors Wives,
as a special treat for the" out-of-town
visitors are staging a "N
che Tipica En Pansaa'v at the
Union Club Friday' nights.- :
The Isthmian Nurses' Assoda-'

lion are holding a" congress., coo-.'

currently wtih the convention, and
are enthusla&ticallv taking eart in

all the activRies. Their- president J
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n. ftiiiy nummej oas mvnea

u ouciori wivps u a rci id uieir

honor. Friday afternoon. "Thet tea
will be held at the Coroxal home

of Mrs. C. Saujf r, wife of Cel.'
Clare Sauter, who Is chairman oi
the Dental program for the con convention.
vention. convention. "t. f

Such a community effort cannot

help but Succeed. When the -cur-

tsta rises Wednesday morning the
President of Panama Ernesto de
la Guardia Jr. and Governor Wil William
liam William Potter will opca tne reeet
ing. ArchbUbop Fraticis L. Beck Beck-man
man Beck-man vUl give the invocation and
CoL Charles O. Bruce as prei prei-dent
dent prei-dent of the Medical Asoiatton of

i the Uthmisa Canal Zoee and

Health Director of th Canal Zone
will preside,
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Then the scientific seassiori will
start and the members o( the med medical
ical medical profession will be .rewarded
for the efforts they have made.
' Those not in medicine who have
helped to make this convention a
reality, will find ; satisfaction "in
knowing that they have helped a
body of people whose Uvea are de

voted to helping them.

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Figures With a Tivo-Way Stretch Fin t, Animals Currency in Circulation Is Your Vision Crystal Clear? jy a Riddle

nrO SOLVE this uit tester pro-

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tle, p"-tle, using, numbers instead of
letters for the answer. Insert a
Single digit in each square. The
trick is to get answers that wiU
function across and down.
ACROSS t
1. How many states demand

capital punishment for murder?

. 3. Number -to .which the sun
dial points At 1 P. M., daylight
saving time. -.
v, 6. Secorid ihonth of the year
usually has how many days, and
always should have how many
"rVta spelling?. -
' If Candlemas Day is bright

Ar i- v. ana dear-.,

-Thertm be tens many Win Winters
ters Winters in the year J
T. How many rotes does the
U. S. cast In the United Nations?
8. Don't look now, but you are
being followed by heels!
9. Not a ghost of a chance.
. 10. A quart 1ft to a peck as one
Is to this number.
11. There are how many bright
stars In the Southern Cross Con Constellation?
stellation? Constellation? :i
12. Cube one-sixth of & dozen,
then add the Bquare of onerthird
of a decade less than a century,
then subtract one-half or 668.
-" 14. It took Lindbergh nearest to
23, 33, 05, IB hours to fly to Paris
in 1927?
16. A card game.
DOWN
1. Highway sign to reduce
speed has sides; to stop,
ides.
2. Slogan for stated wooded
area: young smoke."
3. How many of the following
are spelled correctly: exausted,
mimicking, renoun?
' 4. Clues: Thanks to science,
you can now fly to almost any
place In half the time it will take
you to wait for. you baggage
after you get there!
8. If there were more than half
the states In the Union a hundred
years ago, write .21043; if not, -write
21430.
IX According to the Bible,

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completed by j inserting the
name of an animal in place of
the x's in each one. For example,
the missing animal in No. 1 is
"ape." The word is paper.
1. PxxxR.
..'2. SxxxL.
3. IxxxE.
4. LOxxxE.
5. FORxxxxING.
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DLACE any four coins quarter, dime, nickel, pen

ny will doin a pile with the largest-sized coin
on the bottom and the others in order. Consider
that the pile is on spot A, and that there are spots
B and C beside it. The problem is to move the coins
one at a time to spot C according to these rules:
(1) A coin may be moved only to an empty spot or
(2) to a spot -with a larger-coin upon it; (3) com complete
plete complete the transfer, with the coins on C in the same
order in which they started on A, In 13 moves. Can
you effect the transfer?
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5,000 people'were fed With bar barley
ley barley loaves and small fishes.
13. days in a jeep makes
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' 15.' When driving at- 30 miles
per hour one should keep not less
than how many, car lengths, be behind
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Picking Posies
LOTS of flowers can be picked
now, You can even find
some in the following sentences,
by Joining consecutive parts of
, two or more words together.
1. Kenneth Eliot ropes cattle
in a rodeo.
2. A stern parent cannot al- .'
ways command obedience.
3. The pans you prefer are
made of aluminum.
4. Linda is younger' than her
sister Sue. :
5. The Smith heir isn'tdue to
come into his fortune for several
years.
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HPRT this one on your friends.
A The only letter of the alpha alphabet
bet alphabet not used in spelling the names
of the 48 states la also the only
letter omitted from the telephone
dial.
Within one minute, what Is the
letter?

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T ET'S suppose

.the cube at
right is crystal
clear. There's a
..spot on one of its
surfaces as you
can see. But the
question is Just
where? Is it on
the outside, in inside,
side, inside, bottom or
elsewhere?
When you think
you hive decided,
try turning the

diagram a quarter-way around and then see if you
still think your answer holds. V
, Don't look for an answer here. You'll have to find
it for yourself, for this is a puzzling optical illusion.

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Wrong
Here?

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SEE BUNNIES DISAPPEAR

MAGICIANS are forever mak making
ing making bunnies disappear, of
course, and so can you In the
magic color schema above. Right
now. If you look closely,, youll
find three bunnies in plain sight.
But add the magic colors, and k
and behold! they're gone. These
are the color Indicators: G repre

sent green; B, blue; R, red; V, .-Violet;
Violet; .-Violet; T, yellow; 6, orange; Br,
brown, and Bk, black. After you
have applied the colon, cut out
the diagram and paste it to card-
board. Then cut It Into ten or
twelve segments and you will be
the possessor of an amusing and
challenging Jigsaw puzzle.

'j 'HIS "canvas," above, can be used to portray
1 something outstanding in Indian country.
Sharpen a pencil and then simply draw the following
lines:
Begin at Z-2. draw t Y-3, Z-4, T-5, Z-6, Y:7,
Z-8, Y-9, Z-10, S-13, U-10, Z-10. Begin again at
U-4, draw W-8, U-8, W-10, U-10, W-8, U-8, W-4, U-4.
Start at 8-6, Q-8, S-10, Q-12, S-14. Q-14, S-12,
Q-10, S-8, Q-6, S-6. Draw L-7, J-, L-ll, J-1L L-9,
J-7, L-7. Draw 1-9, F-10. F-8, 1-9.
Begin Z-2, B-9, Z-17. Y-16. Z-15, S-13, T-15, Z-15.
Draw A-8. B-9. Draw A-9 to B-9. Then A-10 to
B-8. You may then wish to add colors.

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HORIZONTAL
1 What sort of answer turns
ewy wrath? 0r. 15:1)
5 Shield.:
10 Source of cocaine.
14 Voluntary enrollment
18 Grayish-colored.
' 17 Mother-in-law of Ruth and
Orpah (Buth 1:8)
18 Impel.
19 Italian coins.
M 20 Jeers.
. 23 Wing.
23 Hawaiian garlands.
- 24 Bombycid moths.
20 Who obtained a good report
through faith? (Heb. Hi)
28 Masters.
. 33 Stray from true path.
- 84 Symbol for tantalum.
; 38 What had Gershom been la a
- strange land? (Ex. 18J)
87 Takes eaae. -i.
39 To what high priest did Sam Samuel
uel Samuel say "Here am I"? (1 Sam.
3:16)
40 Swedish prima donna.
'41 Nativity.
42 Greedy.
43 Golf mound. ...
44 Tropical fruit
1 45 Similar. ..,
44 Into. '
T 47 Sailor.
48 st Paul wrot many of these
in the New Testament

50 Fruits of oak tree.
53 Note la Guido's scale.
(54 Above.
55 Deed.
57 Bandage. ; T
63 Split :
63 Allurement -
65 Who died oa mount Hort
(Num. 83 39)
6 South African.
' C7 Who is be that denieth the

Tongue Tnisteroo
SEE If you can read this rapidly
aloud without tripping.
Amidst tha mists and coolest
frosts,
With bared writs and stoutest
boasts,
Be thrusts his fists against the
posts
And stM insists he sees the
ghosts.
Now try repeating It again.

spot In the draw.

ing at right with-

ln five minutes?
The artist de

liberately made

28 mistakes.

Spotting 20 or

more in the al

lotted time is an

excellent score.

When you have

finished, put away
your list and
cover the draw drawing.
ing. drawing. Then see how
many of the ob objects
jects objects In the draw

ing you can name

from memory.
It's surprising
how few .persons
can name as
many as fifteen.
Juniors can get
additional pleas pleasure
ure pleasure out of the
drawing by color coloring
ing coloring it-

Father and the Son? (1 John
2:22)
Of Insects.
70 Mushroom stalk.
71 Foundation.
VERTICAL
1 Japaneie coins.
2 Son of Judah.. (Gen. 88:4)
8 Tabular mass of floating ice.
-4 Occasion.
'5 Near.
6 Australian ostrich.
7 Father of Ehud (Judg. 3:15)
8 Fireplace (Scot)
9 Biblical verb form CEx. 21:18)
10 Visitor.
11 Willow.
12 Showing the spirit of Christ
13 Affirmative votes.
' 15 Place the Amorltes called
Shenir (DeuC 3:8
21 Male offspring.
25 Finch.
27 Doctors (abbr.)
28 Son of Raphu (Num. 13.9)
29 Estrangement
30 Eat dinner.
31 Color.
32 Fabric.
85 Military aasisUnta
88 Mining excavation.
89 What the Lord said He would
bring upon' all flesh (J.r. 45:5
4T SunuiM of Joses (Acts 438)
42 High, in music.
44 Smirch. .-

Answer in 1 Minute

HOW many square rods frgrn
an land north, south, st

45 A servant of King Joalah

Chr. 3f.M)
47 Sots.
49 UnwelL
51 The Tenth Commandment says
not to do this (Ex. 20:17)
52 Meager.
54 He was a great man among

the Anaklms (Josh. 14:13)
58 South American monkey.
88 Dress.
59 Operatic solo.
60 Throw.
8r Grafted (her.)
64 Tilt
68 Symbol for cerium. (

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DON your thinking cap for this
one.' It's a fine example of
"finish finesse." White's moving;
up the board; it's bis turn and
he plana to win in four moves.
What is bis strategy?

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MANY indoor plants transferred outdoors in warm
weather grow vigorously. To aid this growth
and enhance the appearance of such plants the
home handicraftsman may provide small trellises.
A design for a trellis of this form is suggested
above.
Lath strips ripped lengthwise, or other thin strips,
are employed vertitally and horizontally. These are
bolted at bottom, as shown above, and nailed or
fastened with thin wire at horizontal intersections.
Two or more coats of paint are indicated as
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PUS famous old brainbuster is
always new when you try to
work It out
Aunt Minnie was on the train
leaving New York for Washing Washington
ton Washington traveling at 25 mph.
At the same time, Cousin Bes Bessie
sie Bessie was on another train leaving
Washington for New York speed speeding
ing speeding along on a parallel track at
50 miles per hour.
Both trains left their respective
stations at exactly the same in instant
stant instant When the two trains met,
which was nearer' New York?
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between Washington and Philadelphia. Jn the flying udienctf were wives; of
Washington and foreign officials and celebrities. Here one of .the models parades
in the aisle of the airliner showing off a gown and a hat for a critical impection.

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ON THE HEIGHTS-The church of the Saere,Coeur
looks down from tbe heights of, Montmartre in Paris.
It is in Romanesque-Byzantine style of architecture.

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OFFICIALLY, the town Is knowjx s Forest Grove, Ore., imt one horseless carriages clatter Along the streets and stores show .turn-qf- t
a year it's called "Ballad Town; TJ. S. A.," the Gay Nineties city, the-century fashions., Many dress Jn lmstl.es, bows and frock coats.-

because it is the center for the Northwest Barber Shop Ballad eon- Thereare pancake feeds, quilting parties, parades ana dancing to
test. The residents turn the calendar back and return briefly to the tunes, popular "when you and I were young Maggie." Highlight v
era of the hoop skirt and the mustache cup. Fringe-top surreys and of the big feast' of song' is the national barber shop quartet contest.

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"WHITE SANDS IN TH? SUNS ET-AThe great natural wonder of White Sands covers
some 270 square miles 18 miles west of Alanwgordo, his is a view of the
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BALBOA HIGH won both the 440 and 880 yard relays. In the 195 Balboa Relays. They hop
to repeat this double -win with this combination this year. Reading from the left they are;
Owen Sutherland (10.8), Charlie French U0.6, Dan Winklosky (10.4), and Ken Fulleton 10.8).

Best 100 yard times this year

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RAMON QUEZADA of the Canal Zona Junior College is consistent at $ ft. I inches In tho
high jump, and has on oceasion .com eren closer t 9 feet.

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DOTTIE METZGER Is fWinr
the feel ef the track and field
neiays ana Aianiranees ana

are given for. each boy.

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Marif ranees Tueker and Linda
sport for the P coming Balboa

unaa will help her award the trophies, (

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Jacobs start as the girls get in
Relays. Dottio is Queen for the

DORMAN FULTON, another of

will be heaving the discus in the Relays as he tries to pick up
points for his. team. t ,
Ba)boa Relays

The Eighth Annual Balboa Re
lays will be held this cominc FrL
day night at Balboa Stadium when
athletes from the local schools
and armed forces run, jump, and
throw against each otnefHhrough
an 18 event program.
The opening ceremony ; w i 1 1
start ar 7:20, but some qualify qualifying
ing qualifying races and field -events will
be called at 6:15
The box office and gates to the
stadium will be open by 6 p.m.
At the conclusion of the opening
activities, the 18 event program
will get underway and be present presented
ed presented in rapid fire order.
The Relays are sponsored by
the Student Association of Balboa
High School and directed by John
Fawcett. a member of the School's
physical education staff.
They were originally conceived
to give the track and field pro
gram oi tne mterscnoiastic tague
and additional meet and were
held first as a pre-season event.
After two years of this it be became
came became evident that this meet was
going to be the highlight of the lo
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CRISTOBAL HIGH Will be counting heavily on Charles Detore t
to picrt up points In bojh the Low Hardies and the broad f
jump, Detore has a time of ti.9 in the lows and close to 20 j
, - .' in th long jump. - i

the Junior College strong boys,

cal track and field season, and
the Relays were moved to the fi final
nal final date on the schedule.
' Now they not only attract the
cream ef the crop from Criste -bal
High, Balboa High, the Jun Junior
ior Junior College, but also the Athl
tic Club and th military sarvic-
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. The eighth running of the Re
lays promises to be one of th
most thrilling and Interesting of
the series.
From the .team Doint of vi
Albrook Air Force Base is favor
ed to take their second t consecu
tive title, but there are so many
entries from other branches oi
the services that it vjsa.,,hard
task to establish favorites..
Balboa High, the only- team to
win the Relays twice,' will have a
strong entry, but it is not consi
dered strong enough to give the
Bulldogs their third title, I .
in fact, unless the schools can
come up with some talented
track and field performers, H is
doubtful H anyone is going ; t
seriously challenge the more ma



JIM FULTON AND BAY NICKISHER are talking over some of
their discus throwing problems during a practice session.

Friday Night

fur and experienced military
athletes.. . 1

Anything can happen; however,
in the field of competitive sports,

and the team title in the Balboa

Belays is no exception.

One aspect of the Relays that

snouid not te overlooked by any

one is the part of the program
'that is set up for the younger

boys. nach year these races pro

duce some of the most thrilling e-

tents.
Ancon hat Just about taken o-
ver the 440 yard relay for the
' elementary school, but each
i. year the youngrters from all o.
ver the Canal Zone come back
t the Relays bent on defeating

t llf III IV IIWIII MIIIHUV
community.
" There are usually so many
teams in this event that it has to
be run in two sections, with the
winners determined on time.

Along with this event the four
Junior high school races. The 7th
grade has a 440-yard relay and a
r lOOryard dash and so does the 8th
grade. -

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Balboa and Cristobal Junior

Higns usually trade honors here,
picking up about an equal num-

Der ot trophies to scarry back
home.
There will be nine t teams con contesting
testing contesting for the -handsome trophy
that will go to the winner of the
open section of the meet.-
These ere Albrook, Balboa
High, 20th Infantry Regiment,
Cristobal High, U.S. Marines
from Coco Solo, Junior College,
Balboa Whites, Army ; Pacific,
and the Athletic Club, r
These outfits will all have prac-

tially full entries, while F ort
Sherman has two men entered
and the 62nd. MRU has three men
entered.

little Is known of the team

strength of the Army Pacific. 20th

Infantry or the Marines, but it is

usually safe to bet they will score
in Some of the events, thus tak

ing points away from the teams
in major contention for the title:
' The Balboa Whites are made

up largely of boys from the first

JUNIOR COLLEGE will

action before the night

re a jsmall squad in the Relays and these boys will see plenty of

lis over. Dick. Klchter on the left is a high hurdler. Al Blackall is a

low hurdler, and Fred Haybourne a quarter miler. : They will all probably be on one or more
relay teams for J.C, alsqK '- r

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IF THE ATHLETIC CLUB is to win the Balboa Belays they will have to pick np Important
points In the field events. Tony Eiraldei easily clears-the bar at 5 ft. 6 in. to show he will
be a serious threat for the gold trophy and five points for the A.C.

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"KENNY FULLETIN. BHS vaulter. Is doing it The hard way here, by going over the bar on
bis side. Nevertheless, Kenny cleared 10 ft. 8 inches on this vault and will be prime eon eon-tender
tender eon-tender for the rold trophy. (Photo: Darrell Blaess)

, RITCHIE MORE Bob Fearon, and Bob Wills win be the hopes
: ef the Balboa Bulldogs in the weight events. All three of

them ara c&Mhla or ninklnr nolnla. Morn hit a Hrt Alsrna

throw ef slightly ever 131 feet, Wills is Jut a shade under ISO,
n d r nsho ndbe ftifl Oj Ja n d U feet with the ahet.

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KAY NICKISHER takes a hurdle 1n practice as he gets In condition for the Balboa Relays.
Nickiaher will see plenty ef action for the Athletic Club la the Relays not only In the hur-

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, By William Meredith
Children of mine, not mine but lent
By generous parents, what sweet grief
I take from bur clumsy make-belief..
Neither fulfilled nor discontent.
From my mock-parenthood I learn
Domestic uses, while you feed
Promiacously in your need

For love, and all love serves your turn.

The bond I gave to make you free

la childhood was my soul in prayer.
I had not thought to bargain there,
But you stand sponsors now for me. ..,
My fanfasyrtejthis: alone,
Like orphans in reverse; are whirled
The seedless godf oik of the world,
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MISTRAL

, By Barbara Howes
Percussive, furious, this wind
Sweeps down the "mountain and,
Under its pennon: of skirling air,
Blows through each red-tiled house t
Nothing were there: Mistral,
Quartz-clear, spread-eagle,
Falls on the sea.
Oust upon gust batters
The surface darkening blue
Into a thousand scalloped fans. Where
Shall our noontime friends,
Cicada,- humrrfingbird,
Who stitched the air with sound and speed,
Now hide? All rocks, islands, peninsulas
Draw neaf, hitch up their chairs,
Companions in this clearer, clean
Air, while inland fields are stripped of soil.
As I start home, a coven
Of winds is let loose at every corner;
Alone in a howling
Waste, figurehead sculptured in air,
Bent low, deafened, I plunge
On, blind in the face of the storm.
Poems by Courtesy of The New Torker.

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ZIPPY IDEA Carlin Coleman, doorman for a New York hots!,
U abo an jnventor of sorts. Above, he displays his latest
Jbraln-chlJd a detachable trouser pocket Idea is you keep

, a few spares around and whs a pocket wears out, you just
' sip In a fresh one.

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ROUND-'P ON CYPRUS-Whfle th AraMraell dispute claims world headlines, the heat is -still
on U..nother hot corner of the Middle East. That's the Island of Cyprus, .where British C
troops are still trying to subdue pro-Greek terrorists. Above, soldier of the Duke of Wellington r
regiment guard three Cyprlot terrdWsta who surrendered alter a 10-hour battle in which their
leader was killed. The juerrillas 'were hiding out in a man-mads cave near the Makheras Men- I
Nicosia.2The monastery monks Were arrested for sheltering the. terrorists.

Don Arturo

By BOB RUARK

aw

The k st news I received from .mountain

the portion of Spain I occasional

mha'it was that a neighbor of

mi. a wa contemplating matrimo

ny agar and, at this writing, had
l03sibl, formalized his eighth ven

ture mto bliss.

This would be Don Arturo Shaw.

the retired clarinet player, who
has signified his Intent to wed a

Miss Evelyn Keyes, of the films,

ana u rormer Mrs. jonn Huston.
I can summon up seven previ previous
ous previous Mrs. Shaws, including Lana

Turner, Ava Gardner, Kathleen
Winsor, Doris Dowling, and Betty

Jkern, pius a couple oi added
starters whoso names escape me.
These winsome lasses have giv given
en given Shaw more rclatives-by mar marriage
riage marriage than anybody I know, with

the possible exception of Ibn Saud.

1 am very fond Of Shaw as a

neighbor, as I am fond of Salva Salvador
dor Salvador Dali as a; neighbor, and we
often drop in on each other to bor borrow
row borrow a cup of manzanilla and tear
a shrimp together.

full of

mois-

aid

But 1 cannot fathom Shaw's aim

in persistently marrying, so many

oeautnTui women. You 4 thmk he d

Pick 1 plain Jane in once in a
while if only to vary the monoto

ny.

, Artie say? he came to Spam for

peace and to further Jiis aspira aspirations
tions aspirations to be a writer. To ; this end,
he fell off a : dry hill one day,
landed in a subterranean river

where there supposedly was no wa

ter at all, and wound up buying a

priceless

ture.. .:. .'V
Shaw, the businessman.

that from now on you could com

fort him with apples and stay

him with flagons, tie started buud

mg a castle. He was going to sit

forever more on his hillside, mane

fishing rods, write books, and nev

er, never play the licorice stick

nor entertain matrimonial ideas.
This was last year, but the Span

ish workmen were a little slow in
finishing the Castilla Shaw, and I
reckon Artie got lonesome up
there on the hill with nothing but

view as far as the eye reaches

You cannot talk to a view, and

Shaw is a talker who needs an au

dience. .- '- 'V ."
Our little fishing community ob

served-1 Shaw's efforts in the con

struction of a new life m a new

castle and made a snide remark
or so that a castle was no good
unless it had a queen in it.

We also observed that writing

was a dismal business, at best,
and that any writer of serious
prose needed somebody to y snarl

at from time to time, when Chap

ter Six developed a bad habit of

kicking the author in the shins:
A wife was the obvious answer,
and Shaw is meeting his obliga obligations
tions obligations to hij .art like a little man
It was only a matter -of time be be-iore
iore be-iore the solitude got to him.-
- Certainly, in a land where brav bravery
ery bravery is esteemed, Shaw has prov proven
en proven his mettle. Any man who, aft

er seveo misadventures in the ma matrimonial
trimonial matrimonial bull-ring, still has the
courage to step out from behind
the burladero and flirt his cape at
an eighth aspirant for his hide, is
a very brave fellow, indeed, espe especially
cially especially when he lives on a hill.
You can make one false step on
Atie's mountain and fall 2,000 (eet
into the waiting arms of one of
the best doctors in Spain.
Shaw is a constant source of
puzzlement, not only to me but to
his Catalan neighbors; and the puz puzzlement
zlement puzzlement is liberally mixed with ad admiration,
miration, admiration, r 1
Shaw is shoving hard toward
the 50s, and he is only a little less
bald than Yul Brynner. He accepts
the horn, as the Spanish say. but

he refuses to cut off the coleta.

(In the older days of bullfighting.

when a torero retired, he cut off
his badge of profession, the pig

tail.) :

We welcome the new Senora

Shaw Jo our tmy community, and

we have only a couple of admoni

tions. '"" Q"

Do not worry, Senora ft if t the

castle i not finished this year or

the next. And when Don Arturo

hits the last third of his next
book, move him down the hill td
sea level. .. '. i,
Writing in the lowlands is tough
enough, but writing in an unfinish unfinished
ed unfinished castle on a mountain-top with4" with4"-the
the with4"-the wind blowing is downright mur murder
der murder and does not encourage mari-
tal Miss, even with a lot jof. prao prao-tce.
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West's version of a flying saucer that he calls a "paraplane." The Hapeville, Ga- inventor

expects it to climb straight up, hover er fly ia sny direction, with a top speecVof S5-40 miles per

boor. It win get Its lilt from a pair of bulky, neuum-niiea wmgn. it win nave a nx-iooi pro propeller
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'market for 4 skull-doily, or hair

piece, and I am hooked on a quan

clary: What color, please, what
shape. : and What is the .node of

the cut?: Curly-or slick? Gray o

ver the temples? Or will I lust

mow off the whole mess and call

myself jsricn;von stroneira or xui
Brynner? - -
-- I always had what I was pleas pleased
ed pleased to call a high, .distinguished
forehead, but ft has recently be
come so very high and distinguish distinguished
ed distinguished that I can see all the way back

to the basic baldspot. This never
used to '- bedevil me, because I

couldn't see 'it r-' but now, man,

on a clear day. .

The trouble with this i toupee
business is that once you select
one. you're stuck with it," Y o u

might vary the part and gray it
, up a bit as age encroaches, bu 1
you have to hew pretty close ; to
the original, line or people begin
to talk behind their hands.
. There is a firm called ihe House

of Louis Feder In New Yorit that
puts out what they call a too 1 1-proof
proof 1-proof head-cozy: It is guaranteed
not ttk come t unstuck in ,h i g h

winds, rough seas, or "When .your

Dean s -aeugni runs ner uagcrs
through'' it;v:-.;t'-l', -f
A former lieutenant colonel nam named
ed named Ben Kaplan, a vice-president
f the firm, has done considerable
missionary work in taking the tou toupee
pee toupee out, so to speak, from under,

smic, svv i ,
Some of Kaplan's "customers are 'the skull, the transition if not so
Bing Crosby, Charles Boyer, and startling as If you'd waited until
- -A .in M.uAM flAant nn,n.A filratmo rink fnf flies

AttVlCr IsUKHit BU wuuiu ecviu jw unuwu m ;

nothing hot do with my toying with

the idea of an interchangeable air

vot it- is just tnat r nave oeen ac

customed to seeing hair on my

head for great many years, and

the glitter of polished skull show
big through the strands is depress
ing. It also hurts the eys.
1 Neither television nor cinema at

tracts me; I must want something
to yafik .on when desperation
strikes. and I may be starting a

new book anv dav now.

: Kaplan Advances, the informa

tion that three ouu of four Tash

avs-4hat's the trade t name for

the camouflage are crew cuts,

which, tells me something I've

been wanting to know for a long

time. J

: Nn rrew-r ut for this bov. AnyDO

dv old enough to need a toupee 4s

too old to have, a ? cropped; skull.

(The next time anybody sees Juari

Wilson, give ma toreiocK a yanx

will vou? i nave me aoots.i .

i It has always seemed unfa 1 r

rtint ,i th nahiml hmr croodes.

it compensates by growing faster

over the ears, in tne ears, ana on

the back of the necx. v -

If I could take the extras below

the nail-line and. Stack them on

top, I woman ( oe needing one w

Kaplan's nairy souuies.

ifom-whn sav the likes bald'

headed men says that now is the
time to strike, if strike I must this

old gray head.) She says that If
there is a little fuzz still left on

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WHO IS THE FAIRER? Now there are two Zsa Zsa Gabors. The haughty Hungarian with
the gift for gab is shown as she plays twin sisters in her new movie, "Stalin Is Alive!" At left
in siren Zsa Zsa as Stalin's girl friend, while at right is typical-American-newspaper-gal Zsa
Zsa. The quotable cutie is sure the dual role will be a success. .'TH act good," she says.

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Different Little Reds Familiar
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tn register hich in the romance

department. I have seen both

Crosby and Boyer with their skulls
naked, and the difference between
clad and unclad is appreciable.
As for Senor Cugat, I observed
his adornment close-up,' in Spain
last year, and it is quite a -thing
of beauty. It is cut in a sort of
liorf-tamer's roach and is a lovely
roan in color."
I tried to see where Cugie left
iff, and the ersatz pompadour be began
gan began but was unable to detect any
high-water marks or e$ht signs
of erosion. And I must say it has
livened the old boy up. He was
caperingL around the Costa Brava

like a young goat

Clan it on now. she says, disap

pear for two years, and then no nobody
body nobody '11 ever know the difference.
I tell vou. it's a difficult choice.

If the glands react in tune to a
rich mop of chestnut curls, slight-

WASHINGTON (NBA) L- Team9ce to hit a cocktail party that's

ster Dig ooy James nona can goi a genuine mc ui it,

count among bis mistakes a smart

crack he shot off at Robert Ken Kennedy,
nedy, Kennedy, Senate rackets" committee
counsel, the night he was arrested
bv the FBI.

He referred to the 31-year-old

Kennedy as "Bobby boy.

Kennedy smiled and for goodjtional Luncheon Group Number

reason. He's the father of five kids
ranging in age from six months

to six years

ly touched with p,?ret They're Kathleen, Joseph, Rob Rob-ptesy
ptesy Rob-ptesy you m8ht find" yourself run-lert, D'Bvid and Mary Courtney Hisj

and Wind uo in an ali-

mony jau. u you jee n mc

it is, you become a fogy before
your .time.--
I dunno. Maybe I've talked my myself
self myself out of this follicular operation.
First "I'll see if I can get my bead
of skin to freckle.
At 'worst, vou can go onvait tne

quiz shows, run for President, or

wife Ethel hasn't missed a day of

the hearings, by the way. She has

a couple ol iuii-tme Daoy sitters.

You understand' that vanity has wear your hat in the house,

Herewith find solution to Sunday C"sword pUI.
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BUT TRUE? SATURDAY WAS CAY. SUNDAY IS
CRAY, AND MONDAY WILL BLOSSOM BLUE.

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hower Eisenhower has had his persistent cough

and more recent head cold, the
White House has been deluged
with sure-cure suggestions from
the public.
Here are a few:
Go to bed and lock the door.
' Drink nothing but hot lemonade
with a. bit of brandy.
Try Yoga, which means stand standing
ing standing on your head like Indian Prime
Minister Nehru.
Take a brisk walk every morn morning
ing morning like Harry Truman.-
Smoke cigars like Winston
Churchill.

That's exactly the kind of "do"

Ralph and Leita Pargas threw ott

at their home before the untime

ly death of Philippine President

Magsaysay. Ralph is the rhlup
pine military attache.

Lena is a member of interna

Three, one of several organizations
of wives of congressmen and dip

lomats who meet each wees: to try
out each other's recipes.
As a new twist, she asked all

the ladies to bring their husbands

to a cocktail fling featuring Phil Philippine
ippine Philippine food and entertainment.
There was nothing stuffed shirt
about this affair. Leita's 17-year-

old daughter did a snappy native

dance with another fhiuppme Doy
her age. It was quite a trick be because
cause because they had to hop between

long bamboo poles whacked to

gether in time with the music.
The dining table was stacked
with delicacies, the most popular

of whichwas a concoction called

"Pinsek." Leita makes it by mix
ing togetHer ground pork, ham

burger, water chestnuts, bam bo)

shoots and leftovers.

wraps the combination

Harry Truman, came in town the
other day for a meeting of the
Bsuiness Advisory Council at the
Commerce Department.
When the morning session
wound up he was invited up to
Secretary Sinclair Weeks' office to
have a look at a portrait of him himself
self himself that had just been hung on the
wall.
After Sawyer had studied his
favorite face for a few minutes he
notised that the receptionist in the
office looked rather confused.
"What's the matter?" he asked.
"You look so familiar," said
Diane Mezines. Then she caught
on.
"Why it's you, Mr. Sawyer,"
she said. "Well, I'm certainly glad
they hung up a handsome man.
I have to look at that picture nil
day."
Sawyer left beaming.

and fries it in deep fat.

REP. E. C. GATHINCS (D-Ark)
an enthusiastic rice later- has
decided that the low consumption
of rice in the U.S. is due to the
lack of inviting recipes.
. So he has collected a batch of
mouth.waterina rice repines from

Then she the embassies around town to

in doug'. empt the public.

They include such exotic dishes

as Entrements Au Riz from

Russian France, Croche Di Riso from Italy,

MEMBERS OF THE

A RED-HOT RIVALRY is al- embassy have banded together w a German plate caned Kice a la

readv developing between the Air,solve "their baby-sitting problem Trautmannsdorff, and Arroz Con

Force and the Marines over whose, which has communistic overtones. Polio from Cuba

whirlvbird President Eisenhower, A special playroom has been

will use;

Although the Air Force has pur

chased two Bell Aircraft neucop-

ters for Ike's use, the Marines
have other plans.

fixed up on the third floor of the

His favorite recipe comes from

gimmicks to keep a youngster hap

py.

Russian wives take turns keep-

They're going to buy four new. ing the kids while the others go

olKOr&Ky uciicujJiers wiucu wui ue uui aim wiiugur 11 uy,

embassy. It's equipped with dolls, a friend in West Memphis, Ark.,

toys, cradles and all the latest, however. It's simply rice with

musnrooms. xou men one-eigntn
pound of butter or margarine in
a skillet, add one cup of uncooked
rice and fry until it pops like pop-

kept in the Washington area ready
for immediate White House use.
'A lot of; prestige-and publicity
will be at stake when Ike takes his

first helicopter hop and the Ma

rines don t want to miss out.

WITH ALL THE phonlnes in this

Membess of the embassy .say

they can find no one to sit wltb
their young-uns. Truth of the mat

ter is,-- they re afraid a non-Bus

siari baby sitter will be a
fluence.

CHARLES SAWYER, former

burg, it's a delightful chapge of Secretary of Commerce under

corn, put rice in a baking dish and
add one can of consomme and one
small can of mushrooms. Cook 45
minutes in an oven at 350 degrees.
Gathings has gathered recipes

bad in- from 15 embassies which he'll be

glad to pass along to anyone who s
interested.
His .motto: "Let's eat more
rice."

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TEST VEHICLE FOR GUIDED MISSILE A recoverable, unmanned craft developed as a
forerunner of other test craft in the-M-44 Navaho missile program Is shown, above, braking
-to a stop with aid of landing wheels and Its drag parachute. Operated by remote control, the
X-10, as it la called, is powered by two turbojet engines. A development of North American
Aviation, Inc, the device is said to have logge d hundreds of miles at supersonic speeds during
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DOROTHEE-ANNE METZGER, Queen of the Relays, seems to
be mighty amazed at the warm up exercise Bob Toothman la
doing. Toothman, however, doesn't mind for it is seldom that
he 'has such a pretty practice companion as the Relays Queen.:
Bob has a best time of 16 flat for the highs and will a serious
'' contender for first place. ;

Balboa
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two years at Balboa High School
and normally tney aon i ngure as
a serious threat in the team com competition.
petition. competition. That leaves it up tq Albrook,
Raihna Cristobal. Junior College,
and the Athletic Club to fight it
out.
The actual entry from the A. C.
is unknown at this writng, but
there is sufficient talent available
to them to make a strong show-
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Condition is the major factor
here, but from what has been
seen on the. practice field, it is
very doubtful if the Rams will be
hl to muster me sirangiu w
take this title.
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Nickisher, Jim Fulton, Tony Ei Ei-raldez,
raldez, Ei-raldez, and Noel Gibson are sure
going to pick up points in heir e e-vents,.
vents,. e-vents,. which will have a strong
infiupr on the outcome of the
Junior College snd Cristobal
re pretty much In the same
. boat, which is a case ef not e-
nough boys.
uru.t (h.u hava will 08 StrOnK.
SOLLY TOTJSSIEB Is the moat
-consistent bread Jumper the
Bulldogs have and be is shown
winning the event la the BH3 BH3-JC
JC BH3-JC meet with a Jump of 11 ft.
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and just like the A. C. they will
both take points away from other
teams.
Charlie Morris heads the J. C.
eane and alone with Jack Jen
kins, Fred Raybourne, Dick Rich-
ter, ana ai .eiacicaii xney, wui
score their snare of points.
For the Blue and Gold of .CHS
Bill Gibson, Charlie Detore, Dick
Williams, and mile relay team
of Bill Rankin. Jim Brooks. Wen
dv Sasso. Sam Newhard or Don
Humphrey are all potential point
scorers.
In fact, this small band of boys
might make one of the strongest
showings CHS has made in the
Relays in several years, but it
still wont be potent enough to
win too honors, v
That leaves it up to two teams
then. Balboa High and AlorooK.
The Flyers ran over the Bulldogs
in a dual meet this year 74-44, a
30 point spread..
How much this means in a
like the Relays is problematic problematical,
al, problematical, but from what was seen
the airmen are in good condi condition,
tion, condition, have fufficient depth and
Individual strength to take the
title for the second year.
The Flyers have possible firsts
in the 100 and low hurdles witn
Al Guidet, high hurdles with Dan Danny
ny Danny Mescall. who might also place
in theylows, tne miles witn r. t.
Turner, and In the discus with
Jacque Gavriiys.
In the Relays events them
selves the Flyers must be const
aered as a possible' first in all
four of them.
That paints a pretty, jdark pic picture
ture picture for the rest of the field, par
ticularly Balboa High, but note
that fit i has been said the Albrook
boys are potential winners k
these events, which is a long way
from actually winning them.
i For Instance, Bob Toothman
ef BHS could upset Dan Mescall
ki the high, and Dan Winkloiky
. or Charlie French could upset
Culdet. in the 100, or it is al always
ways always possible that Seme of
these men from the ether mil mil-it
it mil-it w teams or the A.C. will
. have winners In these events.
' Balboa, provided they can get
together with .Winklosky, French,
pwen Sutherland, and a fourth
boy, could easily defend their 440
and 80 relay titles successfully.
Also, the Bulldogs are possible
winners, in both the medley-and
mile ,- relays,, just as Cristobal
must not be counted out jn h e
four-lapper.
Roughly, that's the way it
stands. Albrook a definite favor
ite, but look for some mighty
close competition,all they way,

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6 Thin nail 55 A fruit rattan ? Poplar 45 Mother 84 Unending
10 kSKers 56 Carriage 90 Married t (South- 48 Tending 89 Vehicle
14 Partake 58r-MenUlly -92 Delayed western to disturb 91 Indian
19 Volcano healUiier 94 Food U. 8.) 47 Con- ..devil's
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tinlqu river 97-rThinka 5 Expert- 48 Blind (fal; 9JClose- V
20 Allusion AO Tern's 98 Rail ence eonry) ntting
22 Plot nest 99 Food Honorary 49-r-Crjr Jacket
23 Silly material flsh commis. 51--Harden- 94 Skin '.
24 Elastic 61 Young 102 Toddler sion ing mouUt
mineral "king of 104 River in army 52 Explainer 94 Dull
resin birds" In 7 Re-lease 53 New Tork 98 Hidden
25 Pea tree 63 Persian Scotland 8 At a great canal .. - 99 Indian
26 Man's cotton '105 Greek' distance 55 Cambric -' songbird -nick-
64 Con-"' ghost 9 Abhorrer without 100 Vaster
name sumed 106 Shoe 10 Over gloss' 101 Type
27 Young 65 Soonest fastening (poetic) 57 Requiring 103 Tin and -hare
67 Neces- 110 Keep r : 11 Cut at a 60 Sheds ,, lead alloy
29 Arctic sarily close to stroke copiously 105 Large vat (
31 Anchor 69 Fungus 111 Seaweed 12 Performer 61 Ether 107 Winged
tackle 71 Caper 113 De- 13-7-Whirled compound 108 Minister
32 God of 73 Trader frauded 14--Blemish 62 River in to ......
love 74 Of the 11 Remiss t 15 Crone Canada 109 Bring to
34 Soak power of 117 Lizard 16 Philip- ,--65 Assam ; bear
"flax endurance 119 One -pme plant silkworm .-: 111 Dell
35 Indian 76 Wishing going"- 17 Amount ',66 Made : 112 South
37 Corded 78 Among forward of assess- beloved -American
cloth (poetic) 121 Wane : ment 68 Drudge shrub ;
88 Wan -flO Particle 123 Element : IS Choice 70 Corrected t 114 Prepare --'
39 Gasp 81 Lapl- tary sub- 21 Keep 72 Munici ,' : t" for publi
41 In spirited dary's atance 28 European. .. '. ,palities cation
opposi- Instru- :124 Invasive r bird i:. sv., ;74 Mer- ;' -: 115 Tropical -) .(.:
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0 SUNDEW WON THE Grand National Steeplechase,' PRESIDENT EISENHOWER AND Prima Minister WATERFRONTERS AND STATISTICAL1 people ars
vwlth Wyndburgh second and Tiberetta third. Bet-' Harold Macmillan, at their conference In Bermu-, watching today transits tojeewhether commercial
ting was 20 to 1, 25 to 1 and 63 to 1 respectively. aa, succeeded in laying a basis for close cooperation ocean-going ships break--the800 mark lor a single
'Goosander was five to 1 favorite. between the United States and Great Britain. month. But the big alltime monthly records are al-
Sundew won by eight lengths with sir lengths be- The Eisenhower-Macmlllan talks resulted in two ready broken this month regardless of .what goes
tween second and third. Important agreements. The United States -Is willing through today. -
. Sundew carried 161 pounds, six less than the top- to join the military committee of the Bagdad Pact a- Only a year or so ago, chests were going out here here-Aveighted
Aveighted here-Aveighted E.S.B., the 1956 winner, and Rose Park who gainst Soviet Russian aggression in the Middle East. ; abouts when monthly canal transits broke out of the
also carried 167 pounds." The United States will make available to British "cer- 600 and up range into the 700s. Total transits of-tooth
Two American horses, Virginlus owned by Raymond tain guided missiles" in Jhe interest of "mutual ,de commercial and government seagoers broke over the
Guest, and Mrs. John F. Bryce'a Monkey Wrench, fense and mutual economy." 800 figure yesterday. On Friday they had already
started in the race. No American' owned and bred- . ...brokcx wlth-a-780 the: previous record-of 780 Bet In'
thoroughbred has won this testing horse race since The chief purpose of the conference, however, was May four years ago. - -Battleship
scored for Mrs. Marion Du Pont Scott in to restore close British-American cooperation in for- Friday transits also put the commercials 10 above
1938. Virginlus went down at the first fence. Later' eign affairs affter the strain on relations caused by the previous monthly record of 751- set last December. 1
Monkey Wrench met the same fate on the first cu the British and French Invasion sOf Egypt. ; o
cult of the course . Macmillan, arriving home said the conference "more ... The Ivan Babushkin, third Russian ship to
Sundew, ridden, by champion jockey Fred Lin- han met all that we expected of it." transit the Canal this year, sailed peacefully off
' ter, "led all the way to score one of the easiest vie- o into the Pacific aft(r a what appeared to be a
. torie's in the long history of-the Grand NationaL Tjaga Hammarskjold, secretary general of the Unit-! peasant transit. The pleasant send off capped
A crowd estimated at 250,000 watched the 35 start- ed Nations, returned to his headquarters in New York two days rancorous Turning on .the part of the
ers get away "to. a good start in a misty rain which after six days of talks in Cairo with Egyptian Presi- Russians.
obscured visibility as the thundering field headed for dent Gamal Abdel Nasser and Foreign Minister Man- They resented what they considered abnormal tran tran-the
the tran-the first fence. ',. moud ,Fa wzl, Hammarskjold seemed mildly optimise sit delay ,for admeasurement (the Canal said the delay
' o tic over the results of his negotiations on Sues Ca- was due to heavy traffic)- unwillinyness of Canal
New President Remon race track manager Pablo A. nai traffic, the occupation of the Gaza area by U.N. Zone authorities to permit shore leave liberty for the
(Papi) Thayer Thursday night promised turf writers trooos and the right of free passage through the crew (they had it in Cuba and Belgium); being bar bar-that
that bar-that he will start a "clean-up''vCampaign when he Aqaba Gulf. ' ,' red from purchasing a simple weather chart; 'having
takes of f ice next Monday. Thayer made the statement ,--, their cameras Impounded and Bpecial guards put a a-at
at a-at a meeting held at the Newspapermen's Home with Hammarsklold, a stronc believer in old-fashion- board while German ships transited without- such
local sportswriters who cover horse racing. e4 secret diplomacy, was uncommunicative a measures; and other2iaraisments." The ship casried
Thayer first explained that the reason he had call- Dout the results of his. visit ta Cairo. It was re- Cuban sugar bound for Siberia -- s.
-j ed the meeting wat w effort to Intensify :the pnollclty ported. that et Nasser' U gree te aothiiit : .-.'...:.f.fs-..- t
given local horse racing. He said he would make to gtlr np trouble with Israel In the Gam area Five Isthmian Americans and a States visit were
an effort to have newspaper owners cooperate with kna that he would not interfere with shipping saved In Panama Bay after the diescl-powered Hula
the race track and sportwriters along this line. bound to and from Israel through the narrow exploded and burned. The men were homeward bound
The JJew manager took notes of every suggestion Aaaba Gulf. -'..''. from fishing in the Perlas Islands.: Leaking cooking
made during the meeting, voiced his opinion on each 0 r gas is believed responsible for the explosion. An Air
one and promised to study them carefully in order to ; six Western European sanations sistned In Rome a Force boat picked uo the survivors; a Canal tug pour pour-apply
apply pour-apply the ones that will help place local horse' racing treaty under which they will establish a common ed water into the Hula, took her in tow. But another
on the high level it should enjoy, marked free of tariff barriers," and will poll their explosion wrecked the trim craft, and she sank.
' Among other things, the new manager said that atomic resources "-'to provide power for peaceful pur- v o
all Inefficient employes will be replaced by cap-pogeg A four-day round table conference on Internatlon-
able ones. He stated that his "cleaning up" cam- .'. al canals ended Friday 'with visiting LaUn American
' paign will be started Immediately after he offi- In 'signing the "Euromarket" and "Euratom" agree- justs agreeing that Panama has ground for seeking
' elaliy takes charge on Monday. u ; :i meniFraneeWeaivi'Oermanyu.Italy. Belgium, the a revision of existing treaties with the United States.
Thayer promised to spare no effort to Inspire con- Netherlands and Luxembour took a big, step toward The. fin perpetuity" clause of the 1903 Canal
fidence in the public, f , . '- unifying the economiesof their countries, Treaty was variously denounced by Panamanian
o ; The value of the agreement was shown by Russia's jurists and statesmen who took part In the con-
Catcher Roy Campanella of the Dodgers had enJ reaction. Russia denounced It. The reason is that any ference. soonsored by the summer school of the
eouraglng newi for Brooklyn fans. V , move toward European unity lessens Russia's chance Panama University.
The veteran receiver said his right liand, injured of stirring up Jealousies and rivalries. Strongest positions arainst the "in perpetuity"
last season when his average dropped to 1219, is com- ,. n o v.-v. clause were taken by the 1955 treaty negotiator
pletely healed.. Cafpanella told United Press If I v, Teamsters Union boss Dave Beck'Savs he will Dr. Oc'avio Fabrega and University professor Dr. -don't
get hurt again, I'm sure I'll have a good year. run f0r re-election of the teamsters this fall Cesar Qulntero.
Campy said he is able to grip the bat properly again ns words "regardless of anything." ;
nri it's lust a matter of eettlnsr his timing back be-' ir m h. win h a candidate even if he The concensus amone the deleeatea from ChilA

fore he starts hitting. "": should be Indicted en Income tax charges or any- Mexico, Guatemala, Cbsta Rica and other western
Roy also had a reply for folks who feel he Is near thing else. The union chief made the statement hemisphere countries is that Panama is the sovereign
Ing the end of the trail. The 36-year iol Campanella on ian(jm)t jn Seattle after two days before the power in the Canal Zone and over the Panama Canal.

v.aw "i ieei nae i can go ou iwever Senate Backets Committee. m.'

It li I can avoid injuries. ......... s i private prosecutor in me complicity trial or
Campanella is looking ahead to long future, but he He also ald the Teamsters have voted $1,000,000; former President Jos6 Ram6n Gulzado was killed in in-elready
elready in-elready has picked up his probable successor. Roy jn union funds for a nationwide publicity program, stantly in a traffic accident near San Carlos,
said young John Roseboro Just cant miss. Campy gld the campaign was designed to tell the pub- Attorney Dr. Jos6 N. Lasso da la Vega. 54, was kill kill-added
added kill-added "This Roseboro can hit, and, man, can he the true story of his tangled finances. ed when hln private car crashed into the. rear of a
run." v-v-. -. :: t loaded cattle truck while returning from Rio Hato
Also in baseball, 'Baltimore optioned pitcher Bob. The Senate Committee has adjourned temporarily at 3:35 Wednesday morning.
Harrison to SarrAntonio, cutting the squad to 35. The f0re moving Into the area of strikebreaking and He was also to serve as private prosecutor of al-
Chicago1 Cubs sent centerfielder Gale Wade to Los collusion with management in the Teamsters. leged trigger-man Ruben O. Mird and others impli-
Angeles in exchange for 'first baseman Joe Macko. : s The Labor Department has steprjed into the pic- cated in the 1955 assassination of President Jos6 A.
t;.x ..;,....'t)i-i.'4 ture to study legislaUon that may be needed to pro- Remon. ...
f That decision middleweight Willie Vaughn thought tect the funds of union workers The House Labor - r o
he won Wednesday night in Kansas City has been committee also has entered the labor investigation, A new lead in the assassination of President Remon
wiped out. i v promising a broad study of union welfare funds. apparently fizzled, but gave indications that a man
The Missouri State Athletic Commission changed V v o r- by the name of William Campbell had obtained a
the verdict charged against Joey Glardello and ruled one of America's most distinguished literary figures ceclula (citizenship identification papers) by using a
It "no decision." The reason given r referee Ray Sis- jj dead. picture belonging to another man.
Bom used the wrong system of scoring. Sissom, using Christopher Morlev.died at his home In Roslyn, New Campbell was described by Panama City at at-the
the at-the Old no-pomt system" of scoring, gave the fight York, after a long Illness. torney Nicolas C Pres as one th two "Ameri-
to Vaughn. The referee changed his card under the Morley was 66 years old. His career included the cans" who actually shot and killed President
tiAV "f1v nnlnt -must"-- svstem and still f a V O r e d v,v,Hnot( An nf mum than 5ft bnoks of fiction. OOetrV Rmnn. Vim nU thm man UA Kra In

-Vaughn. But the Commission called It "no decision" an literary criticism. Panami. but had lived In the United States for
because Sissom revised the scoring. So; Vaughn and -o -' a long time; and had returned to Panama along

iriaraeiio are ngni, oac& wneio uicj ine senate temporarily pu lva ccuituiu.v uhtc mw wun aooiio tians, notn witn ranamaman pass-
Commissioner O. G. Arnold said "It is understood drvdock by passing a more than one and one half ports,
both fighters are agreeable to a return bout. The pillion dollar rivers and harbors bill. According to Per, Hans had told him the nass-
Commlsslon hopes such a fight can be arranged in Before the final vote which was 42 to 22 the ports were being held bv the American Embassy here,
the near future.". Arnold added that the Commission Senators turned down a move to send the public but the Embassy denied the allegation.
kn..nV Mfavaa Blliinm AA Vila Kot orH that t.h mill- 1,. Lnl W U ..mmlHa. tn n Sd-ITl llli O rinllflF

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take was an honest one. cut- i - ; Later. Hamilton Hernandez, a youheer man than
a- .t o t : Earlier, the House approved a bill to continue high CamDbell. told nolice the picture was of him and he
; It's the end of the trail for Ralph Branca.- .federal corporation and excise taxes another 15 showed his cedula with a conv of the same picture.
The one-time 20-game winner "announced Thurs- months until July 1, 1958. v Further investitratlon. revealed that two rooles of the
day he was quitting baseball. The Brooklyn Dodgers t ; ; ( v picture are in the files of the Civil Reeistrv, one un-
had offered their former star a contract with their t The measure already approved by the Senate der Cmpbell name and another under Hernandez'.
Los Angeles farm club, but Branca would have none now goes to the White House fdr signing before the As th1, week ended detectives hart instituted a
of it He said this SDring it would be Brooklyn or Knndav midnieht deadline. search for the man whos hm la William ComnMi

'nothing. -It turned out to be nothing J";-'; j-;.-: 'Z w,-.; o ..,.,.'' "Y-.". r ,.,
Branca Joined the Dodgers in 1944, when he was premier Guy Mollet of France won another vote of President Ernetto de la Qnardla' 3r. w honored at
only 18. His best season was in 1947, when he. pitch- confidence from the French National Assembly. a militorv review bv. members of th U. S. Armed
ed theJDodgere to. the pennant with a record of 21 The official count was 221 to 188. This was Mollet's forces 'stationed on the, Canal Zone. Some" 6000 per-and-12.
In 1951 he gave up the ninth inning home 33rd consecutive victory in 14 months. -? sons witnessed the review. -run
to iBobby Thompson that gave the pennant to thr ""s"w""' ''-" a '
Giants in a olayoff.-Ralph apparently never got over The assembly approved of his overall policies in- FOR READT RFADTNG. . Armv guards have been
that. He sank to the minors, gave up baseball, then eluding the controversial Algerian and economic ques- removed from Ft. Kobbe Gat, lust m an" xeriment
tried a come-back late last season. . tions. ;. . thev said..'. Four conoles off the cruise hio feilani
Branca was signed by Brooklyn, but, appeared In ; l .: V 'to which docked In Balboa last .Taniry with Kick and
Only one RamCand was assigned to St. Paul, at the A search -for a pretty American woman kid- dissatisfied nasseneers. are suelng the owner for fan. fan.-end
end fan.-end of last season. But the Dodgers were Impressed naped by Iranian hill bandits goes on in wild noo. .'. Rainbow Citv neop'e and other TSthmns
by his work during the winter tour of Japan. Bran- mountain territory in southeast Iran. T : shocked to learrt of the hoodlumim in which a 14 14-ca
ca 14-ca now. 31 pitched in three games this spring. American military planes along with Iranian year-old was hpld by his heels and his v-ket. change
He gave up six runs and eight hits In seven innings, troops and camel nolice are scouring the rugged shaken out of him. The three 18-vear-oirf cninrit
The blow fell Thursday. -., ,....--; ' area for traces of Mrs. Anita Carroll of Issaouah, lso Rainbow Clfr? residents will snend t- ret
Ralph said. "I'm going to call it quits; IH probably f Washinrton. Mrs.. Carroll was kidnaped last Sun- two months in lall, .. Onlv 21 resident ot nfl. ret
try -the life insurance business.''' r j dav following an ambush in which her husband .communities attended this week's. twn iwtiiw held
7. 'Asked if he felt he'd been given it fair 'Chance, Bran-1 and another American were killed. Both men were at Diablo. .. 22 Gveas and CocO So'i hTOltal em em-ea
ea em-ea said, "I wish I'd pitched once more, that's-all. I point fear aid of flciahu -. .- ployes chleflv Panamanians (tt-rt a" vr'.
had one bad day and I found out what I was doing 4 Reports reaching Tehran said Mrs. Carroll drop- course of instruction a nursln assistant. . an the
wrona." Branca added "But I'm not bitter. Thev've ved saner notes as she was being taken away Armv' xmall animal clinics dned vnrlin Tnuitar

got roster complications that most people don't know hr the bandits. Searchers have hopes she still is pets to fapl vetcinarians at Corozal or Cristobal, or i
about but I "understand. " ; alive. ". '-":.'-. .-'.--.-., -v--. .-. td vets in -Panama, ? v ,-'
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