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

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Amti can
Iel tA people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
33rd YEAR
PANAMA, R. p., SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 1958
TEN CPttTS

Decline in Layoffs

Insp

Guarded

WASHINGTON, March 22 (UP) A high Labor D D-partment
partment D-partment official viewed with "guarded optimism" today
a .slight decline in layoffs among workers covered by
unemployment compensation.
The department reported late yesterday that the
number of new jobless workers applying for unemploy unemployment
ment unemployment benefits dropped by 29,900 to 410,500 last week.
This was the lowest number "of new claims for any
week since last December, thus indicating fewer layoffs
among the 43 million workers covered by unemployment
compensation.
This group comprises about two-thirds of the na nation's
tion's nation's 60-million-man- labor force.

The department also reported
tkt numhpr ni workers draw
ing unemployment compensation
after being jobless tor a wees or
Jungle-trained NCOs
Return To Kobbe,
Go Back To School
The seeond class of students
from the NCO Academy, 1st Bat Battle
tle Battle Group, 20th Infantry, will re return
turn return to Fort Kobbe this weekend
after three week qf training at
the Jungle Warfare Training Cen Center,
ter, Center, Fort Sherman.
v
Having completed the prescrib prescribed
ed prescribed jungle warfare course, they will
resume formal classroom instruc instruction
tion instruction which is to be terminated with
graduation exercises on April 9.
While at JWTC the, academy non
Icoms helped the JWTC tp preview
tho rnnrsP lil -trarffM 11 W V9 pre
sented hi May and June to one
NCO and one officer class from
the United States.
The class arrived at JWTC the
JA woknnH in March after a
veek of classroom training at
Wheaton Hall, the academy's tort
Kobbe home.
During the first week of train training,
ing, training, the 96-man class encountered
body rapelling down a 50-foot
cliff, crossing streams on single
rope and river crossing with a
home-made raffia palm ran.
In the second week the group
participated m live-fife, jungle ex exercises
ercises exercises and were oriented on "s "s-cape
cape "s-cape and evasion." The class was
placed in a prison compound sur surrounded
rounded surrounded by barbed wire fences
guarded by. "enemy" troops.
The students formed eseaoe com
mittees and, while a portion of the
"prisoners" distractedthe guards,
others escaped into the jungle.
The fir three days of this paStj
were spent witn classroom instruc instruction
tion instruction and practical preparations for
the company raia prooiem wmcn
included a night crossing of the
rhnorne RiVr.
Junghy Expert Badges will be
presented to quaunea blu s as a
result of their JWTC training.
BALBOA f !DES
MONDAY, MARCH 24
High Low
6:12 a.m. 12:05 a.m.
fit's u.m. 12:20 P.m.

RESCUE AT SEA. .This photo, supplied by one of the passengers who was on the Arosa Sun
when a fire broke out in the main eaglne room, shows the lifeboat which transferred burn burned
ed burned crewman Ernst Winsemin from the disabled vessel to the Sduthern Cross which brought
him to Cristobal. The 28-year-old German died scvra! days later at Gorgas Hospital. Most
Of. the passengers have already left the Zone, by planfi and by ship. The Arosa Sun is tied
up for repairs at the industrial Division's pier, u was anticipated that It would take about
"ir'tUtys to fix ISM KWlim-Ag iMp- which -was on rorlWaean crnise when dhmbied by fe-

ires

Optimism
more edged down 7,600 to 3.274,800
in the week ended March 8.
This was the third week in which
no sharp changes in this total
topre rennrted.
The Labor Department will not
compile its figures on total March
unemployment until early next
month.
Officials expect the total to
be slightly higher than the ,5137,
000 jobless reported for Februa-
Ont official said he was "guard
edly optimistic" about the slight
decline in layoffs among those
eligible for unemployment com compensation.
pensation. compensation. "Anvfhiner vninv Hnwn in unem
ployment figures is encouraging,
He said. v .i
Baptist Deacon Says
Parishioners Threw
Him Out Of Church
WASHINGTON, N. C. (UP)-A
Free Will Baptist deacon says
four ansrv parishioners- threw
him bodily from his church but
were polite enough to hand him
his hat before they heaved.
The deacon, Jack Tripp, testi testified
fied testified yesterday that his ouster re resulted
sulted resulted from a church dispute con
cerning the pastorship. The mat
ter came into court on an assault
charge Tripp filed against, the
i'our.
The case is being tried outside
the Core Point community where
the incident occurred because
peelings were running so high
tqere.
According to Trine, the riismite
began when W. J. Smithwick. 80,
questioned the congregations
right to elect a new pastor or
even to hold services in the bui'd-
mg.
Smithwick claims he hold; a
deed to the church and the land
it stands on.
Therg was an exchange of
words between him and Smith Smithwick,
wick, Smithwick, tropp said, and Smithwick
ordered him out of the church.
Tripp said He refused because it
was a religious meeting.
"Smithwick and his sons
grabbed me," the deacon testified.
"They pushed and pulled an
dragged me down the aisle.and
as they got to the door they hand handed
ed handed me my hat and shoved me
through the door."
Other defendants are Smith Smith-wick's
wick's Smith-wick's sons, Bryan and s Hinton,
and Sam Cratch, his son-in-law.
The defendants are represented
by a battery of five attorneys and
Tripp has hired two special prose
cutors.

Navy

limited'
Top Talks
OK By UK
LONDON. March 22 (UP)-Britain
would be satisfied if only "limit
ed" results developed from an
East '- West Summit cosference,
Prime Minister Harold Maxmillan
said last night.
Conference or no, he said, this
country will go ahead with its
plans to establish rocket' bases
capable of striking at the heart
of Russia and with tests to prod produce
uce produce bettor H-bombs regardless
of what the Russians say about
it.
Macmillan put bis government's
'olicies on the line in a speech at
the annual dinner of the Parlia
mentary Press Gallery.
"It is not the arms race itself
which causes war," he said. "The
causes are far deeper than that.
"Peace has boon preserved so'
far not because the West has
disarmed but because the pro pro-sent
sent pro-sent balance of power is roughly
equal. I would not like to bo re responsible
sponsible responsible for the outeom, if wo
were to abandon that balance."
The Prime Minister wainred the
west not to expect too much" of
a summit meeting. He saw to do
so would court disappointment.
"1 should be satisfied with a lim limited
ited limited advance if it were clear and
definite," he said.
Any success would perhaps be
the foundatipn for something more.
But I do want to avoid a complete
ly negative and unsatisfactory
meeting. This might well increase
rather than diminish tensions."
Lecture On Fort
San Lorenzo
Next Wednesday
The Fort Clayton service club
will put on display Wednesday at
7:30 p.m. the original document
that ordered the construction of
Fort San Lorenzo and the original
design of the fort.
With the aid of color photo photographs,
graphs, photographs, William Kosan will lect
ure on the periods of construction
destruction and reconstruction of
rFort San Lorenzo from 1570 to the
present day.
In connection .with Kosan's lect lecture
ure lecture a field trip to the ancient fort
has been scheduled for Sunday,
Aprd 3, by the Fort Clayton En Enlisted
listed Enlisted Men's Advisory Council.
The EMAC invites all enlisted
men and their dependents to at attend
tend attend both the lecture and the
field trip.
Tractidn Engine's
Lover Goes Broke
LONDON (UP )t- Some men go
1 1 t 1 1! -1 . 1
Drone Because uiey yiuuige
women, or horses, or both.
But dentist James Fitzgerald,
52, wound up in bankruptcy court
today for the love of an an antique
tique antique traction engine. 1
Douglas told the court he
couldn't- pay the total $162.40 stor storage
age storage rent for the engine which "he
bought in 1950 because he thought
there was going to be another
war and he wanted to preserve it.
He added, however, he now re
alizes his concern had been "rath
er a waste of time and energy."

Ready

LOOKING OVER THE LETTER of recommendation, that was
the only official recognition of his heroic act, is Teddy A.
Marti (left) and the man whose life he saved, Gordon Thiel.
How Does It Feel To Save A Life?

1 Felt Kind Of
You haven't seen this guy get
ting any fancy awards and you
haven't seen him getting a medal.
Although perhaps what he did sev several
eral several weeks ago should not go by
unnoticed.
It wasn't a suggestion for a new
type filing cabinet, or ah idea on
how to change stamp pad ink from
ereen to blue. It wasn't even a
way to save the Panama Canal
Company money aitnougn in
the long run, maybe it did.
All ho did was. save a man's lift.
IUjjtacted guL just as an ordina ordinary
ry ordinary mghTs work for two "buddies,
Gordon E. Thiel and Teddy A.
Marti, lock operator machinists
working on an overhaul job at the
Miraflores Locks.
It was exactly 2 a.m. on Jan.
28. and Thief was working on a
swinging scaffoled 40 feet from
the around of the lock chamber
wall. Marti was sitting on the
lower level about seven feet down,
also wnrkins.
As Thief remembers it now, he
was tightening screws on the hol
low quoin seals on tne west sine
wall gate when his wrench slip slipped,
ped, slipped, forcing him to lose his bal balance
ance balance and fall down.
"First thing I know," Marti
says, "I hoard a lot of raffling
and iftlt a body coming down.
Something told mo to grab, so
I did, holding tight on to his loft
ankle."
He can remember saying:
"Gordon, Gordon, I gotcha ...
Thiel then replied, "Okay, Ted,
I know."
Marti says he thought Thiel
might pull him down too, to the
cement floor below, and for a
fleeting second he could visualize

in,the two bodies falling, but" then

he Steadied his grip and held I met
until help came.
Marti, a 39-year-old second-generation
Zonian, has worked on
the locks since he was a boy, and
has done overhaul work before.
"It's a dangerous job we're do doing
ing doing out here from the minute
you walk through the gate, you
have to know exactly what's hap happening
pening happening every minute."
Perhaps his split-second alert alertness
ness alertness was responsible for the re rescue.
scue. rescue. Afterwards, Marti said he
felt a little shaky.
"I'll never, as long as I live,
forgot that night," hi says.
But when askod what It foals
like to save a man's lift, ho re replied
plied replied modestly:
"I iftlt kind of, embarrassed."
On the other hand, Thiel's only
embarrassment stems from the
faqt that no recognition was giv
en to his buddy's neroic action
other than a staid letter from the
Marine Director thanking Marti
for his quick thinking and imme
diate action "in catchng your fel
low workman and preventng what
might have been a very serious
accident."
"Serious accident?" laughs
Thiol, "If Tod hadn't bttn them
and boon as alert as he was, I

Peter Pan Hormone Looms For Gents Yearming To Retain

NEW YORK, March 22 (UP)
What this country needs ,1s a eood
five-cent male-beautifier. The high
cost of handsomeness is appalling.
In the case of some businessmen
who need extensive repairs but
have a limited beauty budget, the
cost might be downright ruinous.
Listen to this: "The rebuilt man
is not just an aging movie star,
a neurotic egotist, tie man who
feels nis youth failing. Today
many a businessman feels he has)

Embarrassed'

certainly wouldn't bo htrt to today
day today to tell the story."
At first Thiel though he got off
with only a bruised pinky Where
the wrench pressed into his hand.
But after several weeks of back
and neck pains, Thiel felt he'd bet better
ter better be checked,
"I couldn't turn my head around
since the accident, but 1 figured
it was just muscular."
Gorgas doctors last week had a
fHfierent diagnosis. They found
that Thiel "Was suffering from a
slipped disk in his neck.
Thay ordered the Los Rios resi resident
dent resident 'is quarters for the next
three weeks and prescribed he
sleep with a cervical traction set
and Wear a brace when out of bed.
Thiel is saving his denied hel helmet
met helmet for a souvenir of his close
scrape with death.
But more than the pain and
anguish ho suffered, Thiol is con
corned with the feet that his re rescuer
scuer rescuer received no recognition
for 'his efforts.
"When' Marti came on duty a
week later, a watchman at the
gate handed him this letter from
the Marihe Director, that's all,"
says Thiel.
"Butat least he knows that I
will be eternally grateful. Maybe
someday I can repay him."
Italian Couples
Threaten To Sue
Catholic Priest
ROCCASTRADA, Italy, March
22
(U) -Several couples in this
communist dominated commu community
nity community threatpied today to sue a
Roman Calholic priest for his
public condemnation of Catholics
not married bv the Church.
The priest, the Rev. Don Bailot
anr.vnced he would not oestow
the traditional Easter blessing on
the homes of Catholics married
only by civil authority. He said
such persons were "public sin sinners"
ners" sinners" living in "public concubi concubinage."
nage." concubinage." These were the same terms
Bishop Pietro Fiordello of Prato
used in denouncing a Catholic Catholic-baptized
baptized Catholic-baptized iouple who were not
married in the church. The bish
op was convicted of defamation
by a state-court. He named the
couple. Father Bailo did not use
names.
Nevertheless, several families
affected here declared they would
seek legal advice on whether to
brino ccafv:aetion.
iB.shop Fiordello's case rs being
appealed.
to keep up his appearance for job
security or personal reasons.
"The high cost of reconstruction
$165 toupee; $200 contact lenses;
$250 sandpapering facial blem
ishes; $3,000 teeth caps; $1,000
face lift; $200 machine for exer exercise
cise exercise while vou rest. $1.95 lifeguard
shorts; $24,9$ elevator shoes total
$4,841.30."
That is ah excerpt from an
article in the magazine "Sales
Management." It was reproduced

At Singapore

THE PULSE
OF PANAMA
A MAN accused of practicing
witchcraft declared yesterday that
he never charged for his services,
out mat nis grateful customers u
sually hve him gifts.
Antonio Felipe Quintoro, who
was arrestad along with hit wife
Rosa Luisa Dunovor during a
raid by Santa Ana police Judge
Jose Lombardo, said ho used
the bottles of evil smelling li li-quids
quids li-quids and prayers confiscated
by porice Jo do "little favors"
for his friends.
Both are to appear tomorrow be
fore Mayor Jose Cajar Escala.
A publication charging that the
Panama consulate m Barranquilla,
Colombia, is installed in a baker
shop and that the Consul, Jose Sa
garra, a Colombian, pays little in
terest to matters concerning Pa
nama. brought innumerable nro
test's today and a stalwart defense
by a newspaper columnist.
Columnist Arquimedes (Fats)
fernandez maintains that aagar aagar-ra,
ra, aagar-ra, who serves ad-honorem, 'goes
Out of his way to help Panama
nians in Colombia, oftentimes with
money from his own pocket.
Sagarra lived several years m
both 'Panama and Colon.
The parents association of a pub public
lic public school have come forward with
a suggestion for combatting juve juvenile
nile juvenile delinquency.
construction of a home for aban
doned chiJdren and frequent meet meetings
ings meetings between parents and police
judges. It also suggests the form formation
ation formation of youth clubs all over the
city.
SCRAMBLED IOGS
TAYLOR VILLE, 111. (UP)
was sunny side up today for
the cargo of a truck driver from
the "sunshine state," but he took
a dark view of it. The trucker,
Byrd A. Gelgu of Dover, Fla.,
ovrturned his vehicle and scram
bled 636 cases of eggs on the
highway.

83 New Active Cases of Tuberculosis
Discovered in Canal Zone Last Year

Exclusive of several hundred
suspicious cases which came un-
der observation, there were 83
new active cases of tuberculosis
discovered in the Canal Zone dur during
ing during the past year, it was reported
yesterday by tne uanai .one nap-
ter of the national Tuoercuiosis
Association.
While this Tuberculosis Incidence
is a continuation of the steady dec dec-lino
lino dec-lino achieved over the past few
j years, each new case cottar
ed by the hoard of the local chap chapter
ter chapter as evidence of the need to
maintain a tuberculosis control
program in tn community.
The voiunteer workers of the
local Tuberculosis Chapter Boara
seeks the cooperation of every
member of the community iin
maintaining a constant alertness,"
the board Stated in its report yes
terday.
"Every cast of tuberculosis
comes from another cast. Tht
disease is net inherited. I is
caused by living germs and
through .the years has proven to
bo a very complex disease.
It is a disease of a chronic na nature
ture nature which has been with mankind
since beyond the span of recorded
history. A major source of new
tuberculosis cases is the unsuspect unsuspected
ed unsuspected and undetected case."
One of four qualified health and
welfare agencies benefitting from
funds now being contributed in the
consolidated so icitation underway
in the Canal Zone, the Canal Zone
Tuberculosis Chapter came to the
aid of some 20 families in 1957
in newspaper advertisements by a
local store which added its own
comment:
"We know several executives
who touch up their hair and quite
a few who wear uplifting shoes.
But this is the first time we ever
saw the high cost of executive re
modeling spelled out so explicitly.
If it's a true indication of the
trend, remind us to retire as
soon as possible."
Two
'--i
just!

Set To Evacuate
American Families
From Sumatra

WASHINGTON, March 22 (UP) The Navy said
today that a cruiser and two destroyers are standing by at
Singapore to evacuate Americans from Indonesia if It is
necessary.
A spokesman emphasized that "no request" has been
made by the State Department for naval units to assist
in an evacuation of U.S. families threatened by the fight fighting
ing fighting in Indonesia.
He said the cruiser Bremerton and two desrrov are

at anchor in the Singapore harbor. Aircraft carriers and
other units of the Seventh Fleet are available in the West-

crn racinc to join, rnem ir neeaea, he said.
The spokesman pointed out that "it is customary"
for Seventh Fleet units to operate in the South China Seas
off Indonesia, Indochina and the PhilippinesT

Meanwhile action in the Indone
sian rebellion centered today a-
rgund Sumatra's big, American American-owned
owned American-owned oil and rubber centers,
where rival forces are conteding
for control of vital areas.
The heaviest activity was re
ported in the vicinity of the north
Sumatran metropolis of Medan,
iiiUaka tV iaKaIo era twin ei in
iricn. ruooer plantations.
t a all 1 f .- r
The rebels already claim con control
trol control of the vital Goodyear rub rubber
ber rubber company installations out outside
side outside Medan.
American refugees say rebel
strength in itho area appears to
bo growing.
Rebel sources sav envernment
It, troops have reinforced the jungle
area of raicanDaru, center of tne
Caltex oil ields in central Suma
tra, in preparation for a drive on
insurgent strongholds at Padang
and Bukkittinggi.
Despite the reported concentra concentrations
tions concentrations around Pakanbaru, 4?
wive, and children of Caltex em-
while the "breadwinner" was con
fined to the hospital with tuber
culosis.
The chapter also conducts an
extensive program of patient re rehabilitation,
habilitation, rehabilitation, an activity which has
been credited with being of con considerable
siderable considerable help in getting the pa
tient back on the job usually with
in eight months.
Six percent of the local organi organization's
zation's organization's receipts are forwarded to
the Natinal Association for use
in research.
In itho field of drug therapy,
the National Association h a s
made important strides in re
cant years, but still to bo attain
od is the ideal drug one which
will kill the parasMt without in injury
jury injury to the host.
Meanwhile, the struggle to er
adicate tuberculosis can be car car-ied
ied car-ied on effectively in the local
community through the Chapter's
program based' on the slogan "By
taking care of one, we keep oth
ers safe."
Tuberculosis is passed from one
person to another. The germs caus causing
ing causing the disease are in the lung.
In one cough a diseased per person
son person may send out thousands of
germs which got in the mouth
of a healthy person, readily sot
ting into the body and thus plont
ing the seed of tuberculosis.
Control o' the disease is based
on early diagnosis. It can be cur
ed.
But what is needed most is a
good doctor and proper daily care.
including a planned program of
rehabilitation.
beyond the horizon. One is chemi chemical,
cal, chemical, the other physical.
On the chemical side, a team
headed by Prof. Carroll M. Will Williams
iams Williams of Harvard reports it hopes
soon to be able to write a chemi chemical
cal chemical formula for an insect "juve "juvenile
nile "juvenile hormone." That would enable
us to produce it in quantities syn synthetically.
thetically. synthetically. This stuff, which Professor Will
iams says represents at the m-
... l D iMm Dan
seci level, a reter ran

ployei who had oroviouilu k..

evacuated from central Sum...
Itft Singapore today jn 1 f the
company's river tankers for Su Su-mtran
mtran Su-mtran ports.
A Caltex spokesman iaid orden
tO return the womin A u;i.i
to Sungei, Pakning" a7d Ddmai
were received from Jakarta yea-
CFN To Replace
Morning. Devotion
With New Series
rSSP'Q Monday, March, 31,
CFN raddo will replace its 10 a m
religious program, 'Morning De-
v2tl0v Wlth a new series entitl entitled
ed entitled "Thought for Today."
Thenew five-minute program
will be aired Monday through
Saturday from 6:55 to 7 a.m.
For the past several years CFN
radio has featured "Morning De Devotion,"
votion," Devotion," a daily religious pro program
gram program including music and a mes message
sage message by one of the Panama area's
military chaplains. Since many
people were unable to listen at
tnat hour because thev wr at
'york, CFN and the Chaolaia!;
Section of U.S. Army Caribbean
worked out a change in time and
format.
New York's Suburbs
Dig Out From Under
Two-Day Snow Slop
NEW" YORK, March 22 (UP1-
New York suburbs dug them themselves
selves themselves out from under a two-day
snowfall today and linemen weSf
t 'tempting to restore electricity
to 33.000 Long Island homes.
Power was restored to 12,009
tomes in Nassau county which had
been without electricity. Phones
also were brought back into serv service.
ice. service. But in Suffolk county, the Lobs;
Island Lighting Company still was
attempting to return power to 33,
000 homes.
Transportation in the metropoli metropolitan
tan metropolitan New York area was resummf
normal service and roads were
open.
COLLISION
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaya.
March 22(UP) A bus and a cr
tumbled into an ocean today when
they collided on a ferry dock at
Dungun, on Malay's East Coast,
reports reaching here said.
Twenty -four persons were believed
drowned.
Fading Youth
controls the aging process. As long
as a caterpillar keeps producing
it, he stays a growing caterpillar
and doesn't change into a
There is no knowledge
how this Peter Pan juice
work on what man alleges are
"higher animals," including hint hint-serf.
serf. hint-serf. But look, businessmen, we
can hope, can't we?
As for what physics offers, if
the theory that the speed of
space snip can slow down tints



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CREDIT UNIONS
Sir"
Over my dead body wffl Panama's foreign minister Aquilino
Boyd close the Credit Unions in the Canal Zone. I happen to be
a Credit Union member and have been saving my money for a
rainy day. I have always been helped by the Credit Union.
I would like Boyd to know the meaning of credit unions, as
I understand them:
1. It is a thrift organization. Thrift means provision for ill illness,
ness, illness, accident or other emergencies. Or even provision for a rainy
day.
1 We all know that such thrift is not a problem for Boyd
or thpse who are behind his demands. They can get .all the green greenbacks
backs greenbacks they, want, whenever they want them. The persons behind
Boyd's demand get this money by chiseling pennies from the
poor.
3. Panamanians working in the Canal Zone cannot borrow
money from the seguro Social. This organization serves only
persons working in Panama. Which means that, without Credit
Unions, Canal Zone employes are forced to see loan sharks. I
wouldn't be surprised if some of these sharks are behind the
Boyd demand.
There are loan shark businesses running in Panama. They
are all after the long shots. They loan money to Canal Zone
employes at 20 per cent per two-week period. If you borrow $20,

you are forcea to sign a contract ior $4 on a qmnceiia uuoia.
Then you must bring the total amount of $24 each quincena.
If you wish to borrow the $20 again, which is a must after
paying $24 out of your two weeks' pay, you are again forced to
sign another contract for $24. And so on.
I think Boyd should bother himself about the millions in
his friends' pockets, and not about the pennies in mine.

President de la Guar ma win not agree to any scneme to Den-
efit these bandits. He has always sympathized with the poor
people. Remember the San Miguel fire?
There must be reasons behind this Boyd move with a lot of
pH somewhere, because the laws of Panama do not permit a
ld$ rate higher than 6 per cent a month.
We are all for the Credit Unions at 1 per cent per month,
and not loan sharks at 40 per cent per month.
Under the Umbrella.

Half a Column
More Or Less
Now and Then

By CREDE CALHOUN
DELINQUENTS JUVENILE
AND ADULT

for some time I have been read reading
ing reading a great deal about juvenile del delinquents,
inquents, delinquents, which in plain language
means bad children.
My reading has been largely a a-bout
bout a-bout delinquency in the United
tates, but lately I've read many
columns about juvenile 'delinquen 'delinquency
cy 'delinquency in Panama. The latter was set
off by the killing of a member of
the National Guard by a young
tough.
The local columnists, all writing
in Spanish, have covered most of
the phases of the trouble and have
placed the blame on the parents,
the police, the schools, the courts

and tne government in general.

So far as the general government

is concerned, if must be recalled
that juvenile delinquency does not
develop overnight. The best that
the present government can do is

to do something about the delin delinquency,
quency, delinquency, but the cure is a long, hard

and expensive one.

Mayor Cajar Escala has been

fining the parents of the boys ar arrested
rested arrested in the police round-up. The
fine is only $5, but that may be a
lot of money to the parents.

One wonders about the boys

who have no known parents or
know only for certain their moth

ers. It seems to me that the $5

fine is like taking an aspirin tab

let to cure cancer.

BJfc

AIR-CONDITIONING

,1 wonder if the officials who are responsible for asking for

air-conditioning for the Administration Building have ever gone
up there to "case the joint."
. About once a week I drive up to the building and as I get
out of my car (no matter what time of day or night) a blast of
Wind carries me towards the entrance of the building.
" It is certainly delightful to be surrounded by such wonderful
natural air-conditioning, so why, can you please tell me; why,
do the powers that be want to spend over $90,000 to air-condition
this building?
Have these same officials ever bothered to meander by the
Canal Zone Junior High School building?
I'm sure -if they did, they would immediately strike the bid
for the Administration Building job, and convert it to the school
building.
Aren't they ashamed to publicize the fact that they are seek seeking
ing seeking luxurious surrounding for themselves while our children suf suffer
fer suffer and swelter when they should be studying to become Ameri America's
ca's America's first citizens?
I would dare one of the offlals responsible for this fiasco
to come rleht out in the open and answer me.

How About It?

SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

Sir

St. Pat comes and St. Pat goes, and they Wtill are killing

men and women for the wearing of the green.
A nice drizzly morning Is softening up the ground for that

95th anniversary they are plotting ror me on Sunday, Marcn 2d
But 95 years is nothing to brag about around here.
our oldest oassed away in January, born in Tampico. Mex

ico, and came to San Antonio at the age of ten to spend 100
years here. Find a few women here past a hundred, but no men.

They just outlive as. A couple have reached 11T years, but I hear
they're not dolnc so well.

I am going to let her fide and let nature take its course.
Don't know what kind of cake they are cooking up for me,
but it doesn't matter as I have to guard my waistline a lot these
days.
I can't see where that depression they talk of is coming
from, what with all the road building and other public work. To
eliminate grade crossings and make everything under and over
will take a lot of people, and we have about 900 roadside parks
for the benefit of motorists, with cement furnaces, tables and
seats everything but the wood, and you can rustle that close by.
See I've made a few errors for someone to correct, but my
light really is improving. I'll see how my eyes do next week.
Pop Wright.

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The great wonder is that there

are not more juvenile delinquents

in Panama where conditions are

so favorable for breeding delin

quency.

The ratio of delinquency is

higher a citis like N. Y. and

Brooklyn where conditions are

much more favorable for normal

growth and social development of
children. In those cities some of
chief, causes of the trouble are
broken homes, low standards of

living and neglectful parents.

Tt is annarpnt that nart of the

- -rr "- t

cure includes better home me,

higher standards of living and

stricter parental control.

But what of the home life of

children in families of five and
six who live in a single tenement

room? These children are forced

into the streets where frequently
they are exploited by crook s who

should be permanent residents of
the penal colony at Coiba Island.
Fining underpaid parents $5
does not hurt these crooks. The
schools cannot be blamed as the
teachers are underpaid and can cannot
not cannot act as substitutes for the par parents.
ents. parents. This city has only one Juvenile
court, headed by a hard-working
and competent judge, but that is
not enough. i
Recently The New York Times
Magazine published a round-up on
juvenile delinquency in Europe.
That makes more interesting the

report from Italy by Arnaldo Cor Cor-tesi
tesi Cor-tesi and the report from France
by Robert C. Doty.

Juvenile delinquency is hardly a
problem in Italy, says Doty. On Only
ly Only about 2 percent of the crime in
Rome is attributable to minors,

and the rate is lower in the court

try. Crimes of violence are rare
and juvenile crime runs to petty

theivery, mirse grabbing and joy

tides in "borrowed automobiles

The already low rate of juvenile
delinquency is still decreasing in

Italy and is expected to continue

without special preventive measures.

"Perhaps the reason Italian

youth is comparatively well nois

ed." Cortesi writes, "is that the

family is still a fundamental, close

knit unit, and the basis of Italian

society. Family ties and affections

are extremely strong, and boys

and girls find m the family a nro

tection against the hard knocks of

the world till much later in life
than would be the case in many

otner countries.

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Juvenile delinquency is not a big

nroblem in France, says Robert

Doty. Precocious writers like

Francois Sagan have left a wrong

impression. There are millions of

young French boys and girls who

snare "the earlier intellectual ma

turity produced by European so

up i and educational systems.

There are no organized teenage

gangs in Paris. When minors are

convicted of crime more emphasis
is placed on correction than on

punishment.

Offenders are sent first to an

observation center where physical

and psychological oroblems are

studied. On the basis of the rind

ings a children's court then decid

es on rerinmiimion measures.

Doty writes that the reasons for

'he low incidence of delinquency

in France anoear to be:

1) French Teenapers work hard
er at sr-hnol Or iob than rln

their trans-Atlantic contemporari

es.

2) They play harder, get more

physical excercise, are more

"snorHf."

3) They have healthier psycho

logical background than the leath

er-jacket and zip-gun set in the U-

nited States.

FHnratinn U a sprinil hiieinPM

in France and students headed for
the universities must put in at

east three or four nours 01 nome-

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French youngsters, according to

an nnininn noli, to the extant of

DC nor Kant nrn "hannv" or "han-

oy enough." The French youngster

is too mist 'to be bored. He seems
to enioy being young instead of

relenting it.
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enewa tp. Surest way of knowing when Ike, Khrushchev
and Macmillan have agreed on holding this much-tafked-of
meeting at the Summit will be when you see the
Grounds Maintenance Branch sending all its mowers and
other equipment out there to spruce up the place a bit.
It' you chanced to shuffle your unathletic carcasses
along to the Balboa Relays Friday night or last night you
would no longer question the decleioli to deal some State Stateside
side Stateside architectural outfit in on that new dress shep.
The convlncer is these Balboa Stadium stands. I
marvel how any architect, or bunch of same, could man manage
age manage to design new sports field stands from which no sport
whatsoever can be viewed in the manner to which it is
accustomed.
Last night it was track. The stand is placed so close
to the straight, and raised so high above it, that only the
spectators in the front raw get an adequate view of any
100 yd. or high hurdle race.
It is surely one of the few ball parks in existence
without some sort of spectator accomodation along the
first base line.
The sporting occasions for which those Balboa stands
ware best designed are such events as the Governor pin pinning
ning pinning a medal on Bill Sears, or Fourth of July speech speech-making.
making. speech-making. If as much architectural inspiration were brought to
bear on the dress shop the salon woyld fetch up with no
place to hang the high-priced raiment, and no mirrors in
which milady can fighten herself.
f guess the stadium architects thought the normal
place for viewing a baseball game was right in front of
the television set.
I do believe they have the ingenuity to build a bowl bowling
ing bowling alley with no provision for .setting pins, and a jai-alal
court without any walls. The sporting spirit runs deep
among our architects.
One thing good about the stands Friday night was
the manner in which I was conducted to my sent by a
sword-nrt cadet. Normally this panoply would cause me
to tagTiim Mac the Knife, and leave Jt at that, m this
case his efficiency and courtesy raters fayorable mention
of his name Jose Zardon. His cadet rattk? He seems
to be wavering between captain and major. Uncertain as
to whether he was going up or down I did not press the
question. AU
A brief pause will be taken here to acknowledge the
correctness of the Panamanian protest concerning' the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Credit Union. It will be recalled that Panama
contends the operations of this orgaKization in some way
constitute a breach of tfeaty provisions between the US
an Panama. ...
There's far too much of that sort of thing going on.
Fr ieistnnra. nil this bettinff on whether Jimmy Hatcher

will eet his iob back is unfair competition for the lottery.

Nor do I like the tone of voice in hich some persons
hau hn asirino- whw it has taken Panama since 1937 to

find out how xinwholesome and iniquitous the Credit
Union is.
I would remind such persons that some Panamanian
patriots not unconnected with bus lines across the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus recently came up with the revelation that the
ama Railroad was every bit as illicitly competitive as the
Credit Union. The railroad is more than 100 years old.
So what's a mere 21 years, since 1937?
" was reassured to read that, in Washington, State
Department officials were intent on doing everything to
soothe ruffled Panamanian feelings. I have been asked
with some asperity: "When is the State Department ever
going to spare a couple of seconds to soothe ruffled Ameri American
can American feelings here on this Isthmus?" I declined to answer,
on the grounds that it is not my place to interfere in the
internal affairs of a friendly power.
Passing on from Foreign, Minister Aquilino Boyd's
note, which I have heard unkindly described as Panama's
paper dart contribution to the blistic missile defense of
the 'free word, we will move on to a hypothetical inter interview
view interview with a highly-fictitious bunch of beautiful engineers
who have been sent here by some mythical group in Con Congress
gress Congress to look into the future of the Panama Canal.
Reporter: Is the Canal in its present form capable
of handling the traffic expected in, say, 20 years?
Engineer Mark I: The Canal in its present form is
beautiful. We Jove the green on the edge of it. We think,
green is the prettiest of all colors.
Reporter: Will the increasing number of sUpertankf
ers and other super ships affect your findings in any way 7
Engineer Mark li: That beautiful little toot the super supertankers
tankers supertankers give as they leave the! beautiful focks is one of
the most affecting things we have foiind here. Perhaps'
our fnost affecting findings. I myself wiped away an un unbidden
bidden unbidden tear.
Reporter: Are you considering any other Canal routes
in yqur survey?
Engineer Mark I: Strictly on the basis of beauty. The
vivid transparency of the water in Mandinga Bay makes
the revival of the project for a ship tunnel through from
Chepo to, the San Bias irresistable.
Iderftif!"!!1 Mk UJ EPMia'y when we take into con con-Jderation
Jderation con-Jderation the romantic beauty of those palm trees bend bending
ing bending in the beautiful trade winds,
mi.Eniiner S? And th0M beautiful, multi hued
moms the San Bias girl wear.
RePLrte;: 1,S turn ,meWnvtt the military as aspects
pects aspects of the Canal operation. Do you believe the waterway
defensible in these days of ballistic missiles?
EngW Mark h We think all your generate are
beautiful.
Reporter: How about the various international prob problems
lems problems which crop up from .time to time here on the Isth Isth-,mus?
,mus? Isth-,mus? Engineer Mark II: We think all your Diputados are

ueauuiui, loo.

tiful?

green

Reporter: Do you consider the Credit Union beau-

Engineer Mark I: Of course. All that pretty, pretty

PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT this week is dedi dedicated
cated dedicated to the proposition of confusion, which gives high
priority to the 214 passengers who had such varied stories
to tell of the Arosa Sun accident, and to the one mb
which wasn't on the Ancon. Looks as if

2141 fr. y..,.w,jv

should be just about confused enough to reach a

understanding with those white balls in that revolving
basket come 11 am.

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NEW IMMIGRANTS are flown by plane to their homes In Eilat, the booming town on the
Red See, In the past two years the population has grown from 1000 to 5000.
Israel Has Made Desert Bloom
In 10 Years Of Development

' 0 i
EDITOR'S NOTE Israel avowed determination to
"make the desert bloom" has captured the imagination of
men of good-will throughout the world. Some of the problems
and accomplishments of the young State, which will begin
celebrating its tenth anniversary on) April 22, are discussed in
the following article:
TEN YEARS OF DEVELOPMENT
By Mordehai Bentov,

Israel Minister of Development
In Biblical times Israel was known as the "Land of Milk
and Honey" the land where field crops and livestock flourished
fn abundance. Centuries of neglect and the ruthless cutting
down of forests by the Turks, resulted in erosion and the. once
fertile areas became denuled. It was only 50 years ago with the

commencement of Jewish colonization that tne vmw xm
of Israel was reclaimed and once again justified its Biblical

description.

of the basic fertilizer materials.
Nn lfiss than 20 fields have alrea

dy been discovered, even though

The Southern half of the coun country,
try, country, however, comprising more
than 50 per cent of Israel's pres

ent-day area, consists of aeseri
terrain. Until and unless new
methods of agriculture are devel developed,
oped, developed, -nd until the day when
peacewbetween, Israel and her A A-rab
rab A-rab neighbors may permit the
channelling of life-bringing waters
from the Jordan river valley to the
arid wastes.. f ; the, Negev desert,
this area will remain unfit for
eultivation.
Quantitatively most impressive
are the deposits of phosphate, one

THE SUNNY WINTERS and the calm waters of the Red Sea
make Eilat a perfect winter resort.

no systematic geological survey of
the whole region has been made
as yet. Israel's first phosphate
mine, at Oron, went into opera operation
tion operation five years ago and has now
reached an annual production rate
of 250,000 tons. Since the natural
P205 conterit of the phosphate de deposits
posits deposits is lower than that of the
Moroccan mines,, mechanical en enriching
riching enriching plant has been installed,
bringing the contents up to 28.5
per cent.

Plans are under consideration

for the installation of a leachme
or calcination plant which would
bring the quality up to a higher

sianaara. oo great is lorergn in
terest that three erouDs Brit

in, naiian ana uerman are plan planning
ning planning to survey the Negev phos phosphate
phate phosphate resources. Thus, phosphate
production is likely to reach
yearly production of X million Br
even several million tons within
the next decade.
One of Israel's principal advan advantages
tages advantages in this field stems from
her grographical .position. Not on only
ly only does Israel have ports both on
the Mediterranean And on the
Red Sea (giving her direct ac access
cess access to the fertilizer-starved coun countries
tries countries of Asia), but she is the only
country between the Dead Sea a-

rea and' Japan possessing all

three basic raw materials for fer

tilizer production phosphates, oil

ana potash, these vital materials
the pillars of modern agriculture

oner tne best hope to the over

populated areas of Asia of increas increasing
ing increasing the yield of their lands. These

countries are only beginning to

realize the advantages of modern

fertilizer application, and Israel
will be the nearest source of sup supply
ply supply for these needed materials.
Potash is produced from the
waters of the Dead Sea, so rich
in brine that according to Bi Biblical
blical Biblical tradition they tumid
Left inquisitive witft into a salt
pillar. Enrraction of potash
from the Dead Sea began be between
tween between the two World Wars,
mainly at the Northern end
of the Dead Sea, which bo bo-came
came bo-came Jordan territory after the
Israel-Arab War of 1948. Sinca
then, thn small plant at Sdom,
at the Southern end of the Dead

Sea, insidn Israeli territory has
boon expanded to more than the
previous combined capacity of
the two plants. It is hoped to
reach an output of 120,000 tens
of potash this year.
But Israel's planners are alrea already
dy already looking further ahead. Since
the capacity of the present
plant is an estimated 135,000
ton, the Ministry of Develop Developmentin
mentin Developmentin charge of the devel development
opment development of natural resources It

already considering a further sub

stantial expansion. An American

company has been commissioned
to make a survey of the possibi possibility
lity possibility of building a dam across
part of the Dead Sea, to form a

natural evaporation pan. The con

centrated brine would then be

channelled by pipeline to the
coast either the Mediterranean or
the Red Sea, at Eilat with the
potash to be produced at plant

located m tne port loading zone

This proposal highlights one of

tne mggest problems facing Is Israel's
rael's Israel's planners now. Until recent recently,
ly, recently, only camel tracks or rough
roads crossed the Negev desert.
It was only at the beginning of
1958 that a new, first-class road
was completed, connecting the
densely populated North of Israel
with the Red Sea port of Eilat in
the South, via the Negev.
However, Israel, does not in intend
tend intend to confine herself to the
export of minerals In crude or
semi-crude form. Future plant
iHiviaage the production of pure
phosphorus from the photphote
rock this being a highgrade
fertilizer commanding excellent
prices on world market. The
dual pretence of hotphates
and potash will alto permit the
duel pretence of phosphates
which, combining the two ele elements,
ments, elements, offers them in concen concentrated
trated concentrated form and fetchet many

timet the price of the two sep separate
arate separate materials.

Already, Israel has a large ba

the basis 6f the materials alrea

ay proaucea by the combine.
About to. go, into production in
the "Deep South," i,e. in the Ei Eilat
lat Eilat area near the Red Sea, are

iving Solomon's" copper smelted

cupper inree tnousand years ago
(with huge slag heaps till today
testifying to the ingenuity of the
famous king), the new mines are
to produce 7,000 tons of cement
copper annually. Modern machi machinery
nery machinery has been purchased from
Germany within the framework of
the Israeli-West German Repara Reparations
tions Reparations Agreement, with the. mines
and processing plant representing
an investment of over $10 million.
Numerous enquiries have been re received
ceived received from the 'Continent, as
well as from Japan. In this case,
too, Israel's position at the cross crossroads
roads crossroads of East and West offers
her unique chances for sales a a-broad.
broad. a-broad. Last, but by no meant least.

or rne maior activities of the
Ministry of Divelepment comet
the planning and provision of
sufficient electric power for the
country's fatt expanding indus industry
try industry and agriculture. In fact,
the rate of future development
it conditioned by the availabili availability
ty availability of .adequati amounts elf pow power.
er. power. In monetary termt, the
centtruction of new power sta stations
tions stations and the extension of the
supply treat never before
connected to the electric grid,
accountt for high percentage of
the Ministry's annual budget.

Plans under consideration call

for the settlement of 100,000 ad

ditional people in the Negev des

ert over tne next tive to seven

years. Many of them will be en engaged
gaged engaged in' quarrying on geological

survey, on prospecting for o i 1.

Mill otners win serve tne grow

ing stream of those visiting the

health-giving sulphur springs of

Sdom, which were already known

for their curative powers thou

sic chemical industry the Fer- gands yea" aS aS-tilt..,.
tilt..,. aS-tilt..,. .j rtkiv..i Lift, .

tuizer ana unemrcai combine m

Haifa, which is able to meet

nearly all domestic requirements,

of fertilizer, producing superphos

phate, ammonium sulphate, potas

sium sulphate, di-calcium phos

phate, phosphate salts. The plant
had a turnover of IL.20 million
(S 11m.) last year. Expansion
plans now in hand provide for a
further ,25 per cent increase in

output, this year. Moreover, it is

intended to set up whole chain

Of subsidiary chemical plants on

16-YEAR-OLD CARMIXA from Tel Aviv and 36-year-old Israel
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But Eilat is also Israel's Miami
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and foreign cars pushed their

way to record high penetration of

5.1 per cent of the market

Release" of these figures this

week came amid a flurry of ar-

ticses in trade and general circu

lation publications on foreign

smau car market growth and
speculation on U.S. industry
small car plans.
Foreign built cars sold in the
United States in January, latest
registration figures available,
number 19,293. This was below
the 21,645 sold in December, but
in a month of sales slumps it was
a bigger share of the market.

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THE SUNDAY AMERICAS
SUNDAY, MARCH 2S, 1951

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ALBROOK OFFICERS' WIVES TOUR PANAMA
BEFORE LUNCH AT THE PANAMA GOLF CLUB
The Albroe Officers Wives' Club recently enjoyed an
"historical toar of Panama followed by luncheon at th Pan Panama
ama Panama Golf Club as one of the hi-lights of the lM7-5 season.
Leafing In three buses early In the morning the mn'b5"
visited the Presidential Palace, the Church of the Golden
Altar, the Flat Arch of Santo Domingo, the home of Mrs.
Adela CaWeron de Sosa, the Union Club,
and Promenade, the home of Mrs. Artnro Motta and Old
Clab members wh" bad made a similar tour two years
ago spent the morning playing bridge and golf at the Pan-
' ama Golf Club. Among the ninety-two members and guests
who were welcomed at the luncheon by OWC president. Mrs.
Blair E Nitason, were Mrs. Truman H. Landon, Mrs. George
El "Schlatter, Mrs Arthur P. Hurr, Mrs. Paul A. artman,
Mrs. Lifia Oe Armas, and Mrs. Lola Munoz Boyd Basque.
Arrantement; for the day were made by Mrs. Claude A,
' eabb and Mrs. Edward J. Sass, Jr., with special assistance
from Mrs. De Annas and Mrs- Velasquez.
( Mr. and Mrs. Leoa J. Egolf and;
!: m r.i.h C Clement I Farewell Party To Honor

'will hold Open House next Friday Captain Norman A. Terry
ElL ? .rnn, r n clock until 10:30 1 Captain Norman A. Te

e ironi 8 o cloclt until 10:301 Captain Norman A. lerry, se

at the ClemeDts home in nior master on m,' irryuoi

253-B Umon Circle. iTesiueiuc fii "
nf4:. So. nlan nwi to honor! thousands of tourists make a part-

dii.au i J 7 i ji iiico, caiug, twuvju, vvit
. n;,i.,ni a :l it,n,dt n( hn fang uflph firv '

wan kfniiwii KMurui wi di naiian. wi v vum -" ,.,n,,uc ini a mi .at win irnu in a an

un Mrs. George D. Poole, Sr. i season, will be the honor guest at ev 1UD .mertainmeiU

in April. The classes will be
taught by Mr. Arthur Mokray.
There wul be a aeries u, eight

lessons held on Friday evening

at 1:00 p.m. Charge lor the course
will be $S.O0.
Those interested in the class

aire asked to call Mrs. A. Jfetzgar

at 5-419 or Mrs. E. A. Dyer at
3-1345.

Harnett and Dunn Jamboree
For Their Guys and DoHs
JHarneeit and Dunn will hold
their lirst jamboree for the year
on Friday at the American Legion
Club at Fort Amador. The dance
will start at 7:30.
The new dance hit the "Stroll,"
along with the "Hop" which was
popuianzed on Dick. Clarit s band
stand and originally danced by
me boys and sur.s on that pro program,
gram, program, and which was Introduced
to Hie students by miss nariteU,
will be lestured. Another popular
party uance to be presentee. is me
Homey Pokey Swing," which was
inspired by ay Alimony s new
reeoruing o. the Honey I'oKey,

Prizes, games, contests, novelty

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Quote Unquote Israel Urged

To Lift Security
Ban On Arabs

WASHINGTON Commerce Un Undersecretary
dersecretary Undersecretary Louis S. Rothschild,
an plans to spend more than 63
million dollars on airport con construction
struction construction and improvement proj projects:
ects: projects: "This is good news for the
country. This record program
forecasts more jobs for workers
producing construction materials
and carrying on the building proj

ect."

r sister Miss Vivian Couse a farewell party to be given by

onrtadv. N.Y. and Mrs.

nianc Hnrine of Reading Pa.

Mrs. Poole and her sister will
arrive here by plane early Sunday
morning and Mrs. Horine will ar arrive
rive arrive on Friday. All friends are

Jnvited to call

iu uc givi.ii v , j.mmv liunn will apl an

his friends and co-workers Satur- (Vremonie. There will

day, at the Club Atlas.
The party, which wiU begin at
7 p.m., will be a dinner dance
sponsored by Masters, Mates and
Pilots Local 27. Tickets, at $2.M

per person may be obtained irom

The stateside visitors have Any: member of the local. Reserva

.come to the Isthmus to attend the

Egolf-Dedeaux weamng w n i e n
will take place March 29th.

ATTENTJON
TEENAGERS
Sell tickets for
TEENO BOOSTER DANCE
Call or see Mr. Meyes Slotkin
Tel. 2-JW7, TENNO'
That sells most tickets will
bo awarded a portable radio
St Record Player combination
So Let's ro TEENO'S.
"SELL SELL TICKETS"

he obtained bv tele

phoning Edward K. Wilburn, at
6-170 or V.V Melant, at 6-181, the
Gamboa Field Office.
Captain Terry will leave early
in April te make his home in the
United States.

Mr. and Mrs. Cuuningham
Entertain With fish Fry
Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Cunning
ham entertained at a fish fry for
a group of friends at their home
in Ancon last evening.
Batea Painting Class
To B, Held In April
The Cristobal Woman's Club
will sponsor a class in batea paint
ing at the Woman's Club head headquarters
quarters headquarters in the Red Cross building
in Cristobal beginning some time

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jo tropny "awards lor the inter intermediate
mediate intermediate class and ntedais will
be presented to the beginners
class for the best in Jitterbug
and Bop. This contest is one o,
the hignlights of the evenings as
the boys and girls have worked
hard for this particular event.
Hostesses for the evening will
be Mrs. Millar, Mrs. Reynolds,

Mrs. Martens, Mrs. Burda and
Mrs. Searle. Judges will be Mrs.

and Mrs. Mann.

BEAVER FALLS, Pa.- Harold

J. Ruttenburg, iormer United
Steel workers chief economist, on
what to do about the recession:
. "There is nothing wrong with
the American economy today that
the sale of two million new cars
in the second quarter would not
cure.''
LOS ANGELES Rocket ex expert
pert expert Wernher von Braun, in say saying
ing saying man no longer his the prob problem
lem problem of how to enter space:

The question is simply wheth whether
er whether we commit the resources nec necessary
essary necessary to the undertaking."
CAPE CANAVERAL. Fla.-MsJ.
Gen. Donald M. Yates, chief of
the Air Force missile test base,
on whether there is any way to
stop intercontinental missiles
hunched on a false alarm:

EARLY ARRIVALS of the, 68 Albrook Officers' wives Club members who toured Panama City
recently. 8howfl left to right are, Airs Jainea e. Hopkins, Mrs. J. C. Denson. Mrs. Bert L.
Frbis. Mrs. Morris S. Roberts. Mrs. Richard Betron. Mrs. Albert F. ounnlneham. M.s. Edna

Fingers: standing on bus steps, Mrs. Claude A. Babb who arranged the Tour, Mrs. A .T. Uoyt J'911 can) change your mind. Once
and Mrs. Victor Bolado. ,we pull a trigger, they're going."

"They are not designed (so that

LONDON. March 22 (UP)

raeli playwright and novelist

Moshe Shamir today urged his
country to Irft all security re restrictions
strictions restrictions on Israeli Arabs at t
eo towards peace in the Middle
East. r
The 32-y car-old author, visiting
London in connection with the
publication of the English trans translation
lation translation of his novel, "The King of
Flesh and Blood," called for an
end to Israeli military govern government
ment government for Arabs in the country
A member of the left-widg Ha
nam Party, Shamir told United
Press that Israel should "push the
democratic hies to its extreme
limits" in dealing with Israeli

Arabs. I

He said that he was certain, on
the basis of his own experience
with Arab friends, that the divi dividends
dends dividends to Israel in the form of
faithful adherence to the state
would outweigh the risks in involved.
volved. involved. Shamir said he wanted to
stress that Israeli military gov government
ernment government was "mild" compared to
"similar regimes elsewhere and
at other times."

Key To Man's Character
May Be In His Key Case

gro school:
"Those colored peoples have the

right to go to school undisturbed.

CHARLOTTE. N.C.-Judae Zeb

V. Nettles, in sentencing three Ku Those Jewish folks have the right

omvu n am yuauii acii- i j go m cam cn umiisiruuen.
tenccs for a plot to bomb a Ne- That's an American principle."

By DICK KLEINER

'I

ivoid very thin neckties; they

vaKe mm iooK even heavier. Wid Wid-NEW
NEW Wid-NEW YORK (NEA) Peo;"e ties minimize a broad figure,
analyze character through hai. And there's more of the same
t in if anil linne nil tho mlmi fin 'l tho 9Anaira Knntlnt Tt BLnlJ

Parents are cordially invited to anc 4h h9H Nn mmi a hin anv wrvim L uiD

atton.l .-,1 ... k. .,........ II "e ...vvi.u w '""

Ivi r u w r nan who claims he can do it Dei- d?si, even out of uniform.

T .i T'A. t r and faster through key-read-Registration
for the next class
will be held on April 5 irom a., lais man (naturaUy) is in tie

m. unui noon ai me ji a i d o s .... k.i..e uu t.wnri4. nn

1 ..1 lk.jHiAk

uw IU JiKigp luaiaiici uuuugu

YMCA auditorium.

iie way a man carries keys may
!ie high-class axe grinding, but

Three fold Celebration

"r """"er WOUs jiiurpi. .Iu a nico moral involved

Yesterday provided a triple i T nii. ,h,,o r,rm

celebration for Mr. end Mrs j ol West Bend wi, makes
Werner Wolf of Panama. Mr. and, key caseS( bill: olds and
Mrs. Wolf celebrated their 5th if .rieS; has key-reading down
uillln0 annivarurv uldnu with 1

r"".r. Kiir: .w". vir: i. a amy science.

mi. nun a uuiuyiv ami uic uu in

oay or meir mree-year oio oaugnv r liiWe than reaing tea leaves,"
pr Marlene Mar tna pnlnrlmn. l i.. : i

' n savs. nut u v 11

B V VHUUIC. at U414 47K11JT

"Reading key rings is more

you know

what to look for."

Here are some of Rolf's tips on

! If jy -analyzing i
Newman a 'one kev chain, fastened to

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1'

Entertain Pres
Mr. and Mrs. David

and Mr. and Mrs. GulUarmo He a half Innn i iht itinrLr nf t.hp

rrera entertained at cocktal s lasi.j y chain twirler, who is general general-evening
evening general-evening at the Newman residence; an extrovert. The shy man
in Parque Lefevre in honor of thej keeps his keys under cover.
Press of Panama. I An oversized key ring, weighed

. c'own with dozens of keys, is the
Veteran of oreion War ftamp, of the braggart -the more
TT4HWI',,,, ff"r ikeys, the more he brags about his
Lt. Garvyn H. Moumbfow, importance. (This weighs heavl heavl-Memorial
Memorial heavl-Memorial Post No 3876-Veterans jy i the pants pocket, often creat creat-of
of creat-of Foreign Wars of he United j, ,n unsightly bulge.)
States .of menci i will hold their The key Jingler is the eager eager-nnual
nnual eager-nnual election of bff cets Mon- leaver; ho jinfiles money if he
day at the Post home m Cristobal, has it, keys if he's broke.
Dinner will be served starting at I The orderly mind is reflected

6 P-.1- h the man who keens his kevs

All members are urged to at- orderly-carrying only those he
tend this important meeting. waiiy needs, neatly and precise-

Altar Guild (Thu diaordcrlv nr. rather nnn.

TS,L M?,,i MM,,!T lorderly sort can also be spotted
The Altar Gui'd Of tho Cathe- his kuva Thri 'ar. all Vinita

dral Of St. Luke will hold its house kevs loose in side Docket'

monthly meeting Monday at 7 30 car keys in pants or somewhere,

p.m. in the Guild Room.

keys scattered hither and thither

and, also, yon

WITH OI's PERMITTED, and
even encouraged, to wear '-ivilian

clothes off duty, they're getting

Kh' a friend worth keetiinff if VP on now t0 "ress ri8nt from
biie s a menu worm Keeping u n.wlhnAlr ., ji.irihiit.H thn,.h

She'll accept

things you can

worth keetiinB if- l p m now, 10 oress r,8nl lrom
vo.r ixruses or! newt booklet distributed through
t S wamt,e U0' nt b00klet "From
1!. Wht Dress to Dress Right," was

to do without an argument, in

ennavad Kr Vm, AiMin.. Tti.fi

stead of insisting "Of course you boTs' WaTd

oil. . .4Ui has some sensible tips on what to
She never reports anything any- f . toKni k th
nnn .Hi iivi fihnul vmi nn p. i'e?r wnen, now 10 pica ciomes

T,. nd colors, even how o pack for
it is a compliment. ,ti-viino

She listens with complete atten attention
tion attention when you talk and is willing
to let you do your share of talk-
"the never says vaguely, "If
there Is anything I can do, let me
know," when you might need a
friend's help. Instead, she sizes
up the situation, figures out how
she can be of the most help and
says, "Don't worry about such

We have the best stock on the
Isthmus on Radios, Hi-Fi, TV'
and Equipment for Amateurs.
Also Parts, Accessories and
Components.

PAY US A VISIT!
INVERSIONES GENERALES, S. A
Jose Francisco de la Ossa No. 38
: (Automobile Row)

traveling

There are a lot of thinns in the

booklet that even civilians could
well use. Here are a few tips (no

point m wing out-aressea by a

soldier):
Your suit looks best if it com

plements your coloring brown
hair suggests a brown or medium
gray suit; blondes look better in

blue-gray suits; redheads should

stick to brown or gray suits

Men with short necks and broad

faces a nice way of savine fat

ties should steer clear of short-

pointed or rounded collars, and

go for the long-DOinted models.

01 ir i -V i .

aimuany, ncajy-gw men snotud

SWEDISH DISH-Latest for for-eign
eign for-eign import to set Hollywood on
Its heels is Swedish May Butt..
Her first name's pronounced
"My." but after catching her in
a sneak preview in San Fran Francisco,
cisco, Francisco, movie fans translated
that to "My, oh, my!" She's in
"The Young Lions," with Mar Marlon
lon Marlon Brando.

M turning point -in
the field of cosmetics'
A new epoch irTh field of beauty
culture has been Initiated by Placentu-
bex. Placentubex brings the lifegiving
Placenta extract deep into the germ
layer and provides a natural rejuvena rejuvena-tion
tion rejuvena-tion of the skin. Creases and wrinkles
disappear, aging skin is tautened. Ap-
.4

Jkj plication is extremely simple: PlacentiK

bex is applied to 'the skin in a thin
layer and then creamed over with a
Hood quality cold cream. Qne tube Will
suffice for several months and is obtain

able at chemists', drug stores, and cosmetic salons for $3.50. Mefz A Co. Frank Frankfurt
furt Frankfurt M. Berlin. Zurich.
General Agents:
MIGUEL ARBAIZA
P.O. Box No. 1867 Panama,-R. P. s

m -ml k

Plaeentubex
tightens and rejuvenates the skin

and such. I'll take care of that."

She asks for advice as often as

she gives it.

You are satisfied that she has

fenough judgment not to repeat

anything you tell her that you
wouldn't care to have reDoated.

SHI USES TACT

If, in a need to confide in some

one, you tell her about an unhap unhappy
py unhappy or unpleasant situation that is

worrying you, she never re.ers
to it again, unless you do.
She never runs down vour other

friends.

She never makes vou feel the

hat you have just bought, or the

color yeu have had the living
room painted, oraur new hairdo,
Is a mistake.
She doesn't take so seriously
that conversations with her are
usually depressing.

You are glad so have her drop

m even though the house isn't

spic ana span, because you are
sure she isn't silently criticizing

you tor the lack of order.

You somehow know that she

puts in a good word for, you when whenever
ever whenever she can, because you know
she does that for her other
friends.
If you have a friend lithe that,
hold onto her. Every woman
needs at least one friend with
I those qualifications.

A Glittering Array of Top Stars in
a Wonderful Musical Show

11

PAL JOEY

WEDNESDAY AT THE BELLA VISTA

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"PAL JOEY" op the screen of the Bella Vista Theatre, on
Wednesday, is as much of a hit in Its Technicolor motion pic picture
ture picture version as it was on Broadway, or as a best-selling book.
Dazzling stars Rita Hayworth, Frank Sinatra and Kim
Novak, a glittering; score by Rodgers and Hart, artd John (P (P-Hara
Hara (P-Hara exceptionally strong story and delightful characters, as

produced on the stage by George Abbott, have all been com combined
bined combined by movie-wise director George Sidney In Columbia Pic Pictures'
tures' Pictures' "PAL JOEY," for superb screen entertainment of the
highest order. PAL JOEY is an extraordinary musical comedy,
a wonderful love story j. very witty and humorous show. You
will love it and remember, it's playing on Wednesday at yopr
Bella Vista Theatre.



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Aiding grid abetting her husband in his profession
is one of woman's moat honored roles provided her
spouse likea the idea.
Qn'tht Isthmus there are many wives and mothers
whose social and community activities compliment their
husband's duties. Some are married to Canal or mili military
tary military officer; others to Panama government officials or
members- of the diplomatic corps.
But tall, dark-haired Helen Witkin is one of the
few who ha been nudged, on a more or less volunteer
bac;?. into a kind-of junior partnership in the many many-sided
sided many-sided work of her husbandRabbi Nathan Witkin.
At the JWB-USO Service Center in Balboa the Rabbi
ha b headquarter a military chaplain for the arm armed
ed armed services in Central and South America.

the center time conditions was via devious

and acting a hostess for her hus-l routes with much delay.
W.r euests sre only i small1 "I hadn't learned then," Helen

part of Bis wile's activities. -iicalls, "as I did later, always to
on six days. notice in 1941, quiet Uke some food, along when you

Hoipn came to the Canal Zone 10 travel with children.

., imimalism. Enelish and A

rrfericaji literature, at Balboa High
School.
She liked the place at once, 'n
spite of being packed into a -12.
family bacheor sin with two two-ofeet
ofeet two-ofeet teacherstotai strangers.
"Today she still misses teaching
-sometimes but has many in interesting
teresting interesting experiences to balance
its doss.
IShe also feels that her young
sen, Sam, 12, and daughter, Judy,
i3be, could not be growing up in
a better environment,
Here they have an opporutnity
to! see the biggest ships jet
planes, animals, and green plants
also io visit the sea and the moun
tains. And the youngsters, see. and
sometime meet, some pf the most

i(rtiniT world nsures. ;is we

Her orderly mind stil recoils

from the memory of the dusty,

down-at-heel condition of the liv

ing quarters on the second floor

over the JWB (it had been occu

pied by bachelors) and how little

could be done to right matters o o-ver
ver o-ver the New Year's holiday.

Her apartment today has a cool
spaciousness, yet informality that

puts the visitor at ease. Grey-ton-

ed tiles blend with the blonde

woods of Swedish furniture Uphol Upholstered
stered Upholstered in restrained colors but in

teresting fabrics. A gay Raoul
Dufy color print offers the only j
brilliant note, but etchings and a a-quatints
quatints a-quatints bung on other walls make,
he visitor want to stay longer!
nd learn their stories.

No matter how multiplex her

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COFFEE FOU-A DROP-IN GUEST is a freannt gesture offer offered
ed offered by Helen Witkin for the hundreds of servicemen, parents,
visiting dignitaries and volunteer workers who pour through
the JWB-USO center. Helen enjoys fine china, attractive
lines; often has her own family cook beat up some special
sponge-cake to supplement the coffee.

Cn t'&FSP P"Jctlon that will delifhTthe

..j ... .a ,uc viewing ana me eating departments.

ra-yo -$6unJ Parly un

s great variety of people from jntside prpiecto become, Helen's. t Washington and Jefferson Col-and building maintenance

BY KAY SHERWOOD,

IJounadteri

I i

many cultures. : L55 cmTen,!n j 3e in Pennsylvania has always

Helen herseit grew up u. i r, "f, "u"11? "r 1 j a strong bent toward science,
atald 6ld town of Lewisburg, just Whatever else I have 'taken on. e shares 6an interest m nature
eight miles into West Vuj.n a etch child developmen and ac- j hlsCyoumJ gi8ter Judy, now
from the parent State of Virginia, t vities had to be considered. the fiurth ade
and closed the Whita Sulphur htv, ; no been willing U p u s h i K5 Ways had lots of
Springs resort. n to tte 1 b---round." nsects around," Helen observes.
After receiving hsr B. A. wi h! rjn the other the stan- Judy is musical, too. Prof. Hans
an English major rom,theins ( Prcls e, to m?intaip, : nowlti comes to the center to
University in Morgantown in. r her own fai lave extende-1 f ve her pian0 lessons. And she
ind teaching for several years : in jt too her n ling of pYo J. dom es her ballet class at
m White Sulphur High bohool rams fcr the ma,lv-sided opportu t National School in Panama.
3e was drawn to the Umveisi v i es and events the JWB o for- ln junior High School, Sammy's
Minnesota by the opportumtj o lirst to young men o' the armcl ,;ading interest is held by his
study with an outstanding English ervices and secondarily to the ci- landmark Books. But his real
... .. ....... h.r! 5!?aun enthusiasm is competitive swjm-

For we uresis x T ..ii Vy r"i ,ming. He a sb takes c annet les
master's degree, she chose ; 'Char- 8jreS she feels, "it is hard no MW8 at Studio Musical in Pane

aterlstlcs WB1CB lniereou ui'" i ""1 aianaarjis ana
in Juvenile Literature." The meat principles get lost in the crush,
f it as later woven into the de- Kow and again we need to ston
nartment's work at Minnesota. d take note of ourselves and
, Ulan mpt T hat wo Anir.

At tnai UuiveiBiij, -m- v ... uvuig.

were abolished.

Helen took over most of

duties, first as a vo unteer,

if vnu want to boost your rat-

icr with- the iframmar school Set.

man u ,,. Tmw oBcaptlv"

crepe paper cirlces and,' tape or
staple to paper plate.
To make the root, sandwich a
piece of construction paper be

tween two pieces of gut wrap

yX-iisi ...u WnA g hrnther

WNioned with the 15th Naval D is- Asked for a concrete illustrs illustrs-trict
trict illustrs-trict Canal stories sounded inter- t n, she smilingly understated it
esW so Helen sent an appltca with 'Well,, we don't have too ma ma-tion
tion ma-tion to Washington but heard no-rv funny books around the house,
thing. She was about to start an- M, at the center, too, we try to
other semester back at White ftlVtier worthwhile reading."
u..- ,.,i,. th rail came to eaten i All of the Witkin rhiirimn cnm

the Zone teacher's special boat to have absorbed some concept of

out ef New York. . 't,l service, tnougn none of
Whatever discomfort she found em, so far, have indicated this
oa arriving here was'more than ts a main interest,
offset by fbe wonderful welcome Naomi, the older girl, enjoyed a
the Schools' staff gave strangers, rrtef business career before her
They did not let anyone feel lone- i-arnaee. Now Mrs. Noel Stein Stein-ir.vrv
ir.vrv Stein-ir.vrv new teacher wa-nrg, she has recently retnrniH tn

aFilitned to someone who introdu er home in New York State aft'

ed her to people, and -n o w o era vis nere

ivn d sn.

Soon Helen was in the midst vi
an active socia' life, swimming
and playing golf and taking off
o- the highway for weekends at
La Vents.
' Teacher-pupil load averaged a a-,bot
,bot a-,bot one to 35 then; and she had
; her hands full. Instructing pupi s
i minded guidig "The Parrakeet,"
ndjncidentally, coming to The
Paiisma American to read proof.
, Cutting short her school year in
1943, she returned to the States
where she was married to Rabbi
i Witkin in May. With his daughter
'nd son by a previous marriage,
ie couple found a home in th e
ew York suburb of Whiter Pains.
The Kabbi commuted to Man Manhattan
hattan Manhattan where he was assigned to
direct 'the overseas USO work of
the Jewish Welfare Board.
On the last day of 1944, Helen,
Nathan and the children returned
' to the JWB-SO on La Boca road
' The plane trip down under war

with her 18 month

ma.
Helen wishes She had more

time to read literature her first

love. Partly for contact with the
thousands of people she meets in

a year she does manage to read
the top best sellers, fiction and

general interest. Somehow she
makes room for the Atlantic

Monthly, the Saturday Review of
Literature. Time, Newsweek and

the New York Times.

From the beginning o' her life

at the center, Helen took part in

its work, and also in her hus

band's service to civilian families
of Jewish faith on the Zone.
But within the last few years,
as more Americsn service men
were sent to overseas bases in
Europe, Asia and Africa, the Na National
tional National JWB has made radical cuts

in its Budget tor the (janal Zone

their

late

t order for you:-a candy merry- paper and then cut into a circle

o round and some hints on how

with some part time compensa? TS,fMdlUv suitable as Easter

roiects, the ideas are adaptable
nr snrinetime birthday party

isp "Keeheads" can be used as

place caras or aecorauons, aim
gifts for friends, young or old,
who might be on the sick list.

Micnaei, now a pre-med student The positions of program director

tion.

The spotless appearance of the

center .is not the result of casual
day-to-day mopping and dusting.
It requires spring-cleaning around
the year, with an eye to see

when screens need brushing, win windows,
dows, windows, washing, the lawn clipping
the shrubs tending.

irom ft a.m. until 11 p.m. or
later there is hardly moment
that some group is not holding a
meeting in the JWB library or the

main hall, service men Amd m

to play records, relajTat the soda-

iounuun or auena oances. ah tins
means wear and tear on building

and furniture.

Much of the. program work re revolves
volves revolves around aid from volunteer
committees. These the coordina coordinator
tor coordinator must alert and consult with.

Publicity announcements for

newspapers andradio announce announcements
ments announcements for CFN are part, of Hel-

en s routine. While ordering her
household groceries, she mult not

forget ice cream and bottled

annus ror tne soaa-iounuin, or

heavier refreshments for some spe
cial event.

All in all its a busy life and

Helen likes it. But she did enjoy
her month with her parents at

Coral Gables, Fla., last fall much

Of it spent in and around the Uni

ersity of Miami. Every wife and

mother, she feels, needs to be a-

way from her job now and then.

about IT inches in diameter. Seal

op the edges, h you care to.

Lut a pie-shaped wedge out of

To make, .the merry-go-round

use a caraDoara iuue sum s

paperttowel core, cover w 1 1 n
nurnl. rreoe oaDcr and use as a

r

mhIw sunnnri.

For the base, ruffle two or three

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No. woman wants to go through

hat first weeK ot luzzy, uninir

ceable hair that oiien ionow
It- . MMtJ it ttl

ermaneni, nowevei w
trlnt c

e. mere are ic

a

may

that

bow ties.

Use ordinary poster paiiit to
create faces. Use fabric scrans tn

make co laxs and caps.

Hair for an egg face can be
made from several things. For

made from several things. For

pad. To set off sweet, young faces,

up and used to make hats or trim-'

ming.
Round, hole-in-the- middle iniit

drops make startling eyes, t

. ripe cleaners can be twisted
ny-which-way, and used to nak
various effects. t t
Thnsp oia hut cnrtnActiflnD va

the circle T and ovwlao lut ad 'Jl"' ".f1000" Psted imagination and ingenuity .can

to form a,shal'oW cone. Staple of K dra Jn thlm s
tane in nin W drawing them over a scissors
' bflrtp Slfrina anri

Tape center support to base and r,:-" vw'
per paste rooT to tube. Topj T.AS 5Mr

tape Or paste roof to tube. Tod

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wim a crepe paper omom.
Push candy-store fruit sticks

through paper plate base." Tape, or

ue a toomicK to tne top: of each
stick and push through needle

in roof of irierry-ge-round.

Mask toothpick ton with fo

wrapped chocolate egg, The floor

is covereu wiui an assortment o

rresn, candy eggs.
A chocolate bunnv and a chae-

olate, duck stand guard on either

siae oi me merry-go-round.

Stretch streamers from the mer

ry-go-around to .each place setting

Candy chickens nestled in the pab-

w cups in.wnicn they were pack,
ed and a couple of tiny eccs are

fsvors.
Candy fldweoots arid a snrlnir.

timet ouch. These are quickly

maue oy pasting, paper leaves to
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a iwjuipicit. aticK tne tootnpick in

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will help to prevent whs v a piece of chocolate candy left in
Mare. aiiin. I&, paper -cup, or frill, arid push
Revolutionary as it may sounp-, elly bean Into the tip to simul simul-ask
ask simul-ask your operator not to sham- te a flower.
nn vour hairv before the peTma-i

Sent. The permanent will arar what about eggs? To add more
better and with less fr s excitement to egg decorating, use
civen over hair that has not been a variety of scraps and sewina

shampooed for a ween or so. inejoasket odds-and-ends. Hard-cook

reason for this is that sBtmpoo-,tje eggs first and wipe dry and

wean, ror egg stands use card cardboard
board cardboard tubes cut in inch or two two-inch
inch two-inch lengths, or roll collars from

construction paper and add paper

of ideal

Lace paper doilies can be cut sit back to watch the fun,

supply a who e trove

when decorating eces.

After brief instruction, torn- the
youngster loose on the eggs' and

. L t r W ;.

PROGRAM MANAGEMENT for a slate of activities that ranges from fine art. and. classical
music to a chance to talk with the "family back" home" via ham radio requires lots of paper
work for Helen Witkin, wife of the director of the JWB-USO in Balboa. When thh former
Balboa High School teacher orders two loaves of bread for her family df'fdur,' she ofteh has
to add 20 for an afternoon committee tea at the center which encourages civilian participa participation
tion participation in its work.

TRAVERSE RODS
FABRICS for
DRAPES
If SLIP COVERS

ecoraciones

PI1TERSS0N

No. 5 VIA ESPAflA
Tell 3-1947

omemtimna

a

hi

a Mill iui uim -H
k.l. f it. natural

ing Strips Jfuui

oils, just as Washing your mm

removes tne mis.
Ar the Dermanent, have your

hair shampooed and set. Then

have it cut. .

This is procedure wai v;
ablv sounds startling to you but it

woeka. beautifully. When you have

viur hair cut after a permanent
you remove any friwy or sputs

ends ana leave omy v,
ural curl.

Organization can, turn beauty
routine into a matter that's plea

sant and easy, ine woman who
makes a practice of changing ler
hairdo nd her mind a dozen

times at the last minute, just

before she goes to. a party, is in

one wno emergea iuoms

Clothe sbouidaii oe ciean, re

pairs made, shoes neauy ppusn-

ed or Drusneo, nanuug in

ed boxes. If you have a routine

about clothes, you never run up

tgainst the business of trying on

six dresses m oraer w unu mic

that looks right. You've piannea

abYoa' know wbich" dresV is Aght

for which occasion and it s in
vir MntM i PMrlv fOP TOU l tO

wear. You've acquired skill in 4u-

plying piake-uB so. yiat tie wnoie

thme taxes iu mmuies irum pki-

er base to mascara. And you
emerge" Ishiniirg,' -tresh,' immacul

ate.
those oiy areas around nose,
chin and forehead can be annoy-

irie tb any woman.- Even women

with very dry skth have them.
The best; way to. treat, them i to
keen them as dry as possible.

Vnu A.n An tki i hu ptmnnninff

i. ..s uui c"-.tietn With astrtngent cleanser
ries against those nasty scales? wnile you uge cream for the rest

"""""s juuiwi your Iace and your necx. uean
nutrition expert. To heto choose k.m f,,

your, diet foods, you will flnd p them sre the snots, that

the small portions first then ask
'or more.

If only little boys were as dirt-with a fu'l cleaning. Thi, may be a MUaTamoun t o nrotein SLnc L"a iSP
resistant as the man-made fib- done Fofessionally or with a ,Tone "g? 0e S cheffi -FVA An
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cial handling even as the little 'be donefor the life and beauty cheese (two tab'espeens)

guys do. In washing a syntheti of the rug,

by hand, such as t iberglas cur curtains,
tains, curtains, never wring or twist it.
la a machine avoid wrinkles by

using short cycles, but no spin spin-drying
drying spin-drying snd a very light load. Let

the curtains arip ary

Having guests this weekend?

unce of cooked

poultry.

meat, fish or

remnvp

cottage 'them auicklv. Never nowder over

or one ',! aroao Hnrinff the Hav whn

you're away from home without

removing oW powder first.

About three out of 10 Americar.

amities do not set enough cal-

It can be relaxing or rat race, c urn for daily requirements. Ex-

It aJJ depends on. the hostess' tti-'rts point out milk has 10Q or, so

Although rugs get constant
we -r and tear, they o ten are the

tude toward neip trom ner guests, omerem tooa nutrients tor vim.

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them. Everyone will be happier, build and repair tired and fras fras-Emal
Emal fras-Emal servings o; food may led muse'e and nerve tissue and

last items in a home to be c ean- ncourege a child to eat more. A provide go power needed to
ed. Regulrr vac,j',m,ng needs to t -y tot may be overrhelmej b' i eet t lay's working and living
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absent from home on sea July I

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their mother. Firemen Mentttiedi

the victims as Dewrtt, 5, Frank,

3 and Connie, 4. The mother was

absent when the blaze broke out.

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TO SUNDAY

SUNDAY, MARCH 23, ItSt
I 1 '- J
T

Abokngo Heavy Favorite
To Cop $1,000 Mile Race

The Stud Electrico's recently imported Chilean!
i red three-year-old colt Abolengo will go off an
odds-on favorite to cop the $1,000 one mile Rotary
Club handicap for sixth series imported thorough-
Hpt the President Remon racetrack this afternoon.

-
' Members of the local chapter of
the RoUry Club will be guests of
the track management. This insti institution
tution institution more than deserves the
honor being conferred by track of officials.
ficials. officials. Aholehgo's main coirtpetmon
'should come T om distance- loving
.Maria Stuardo and Clarucha. Ann
J&ke",which apparently will do
Well over the longer distances
'when In, top form, must improve
consicTerMy if she is to be an im important
portant important factor in this race.
The other scheduled starters
Valdinfjeep, Silver Heels, Intro Introduction
duction Introduction and Chivilingo appear
to be outclassed.
The secondary is a $1,000 mile
gallop for first and second series
', imported throughbreds. This race
would ordinarily be the main ev-
fat batMS relegated to the sub sub-'
' sub-' feature role- because of the handi handicap.
cap. handicap. ......
Vastly improved Joselito, finally
living up to the advance notices
that had preceded him here from
England, will get a chance to prove
feat jje is really top flight mater material.
ial. material. Aguador, which wl.ioped Jose Joselito
lito Joselito his last time ou'., also gets his
first taste of toD class competition.
King's Park, Gavilan and Melen Melen-de.
de. Melen-de. are the other' three entries.
Melendez, Gavilan and King's
ark dl disanoointed in last Son Son-tay's
tay's Son-tay's $7,500 added six furlone Fran-
' Cisco Arias Faredes Classic out
may get back on the foam, today
' Asuador, winner of four of his
'six local starts this year, wiH have
the advantage of being ridden by
leading jockey Braulio Baeza. This
Baeza boy is one of the best rid rid-irs
irs rid-irs developed in Panama in years
and seems ready to make good a-
Inroad if he attempts the venture.
1 Baeza's areh-rival, steadily im im-hrovm'J
hrovm'J im-hrovm'J Heliodoro Gustines, will
le riding King's Park in this race.
JWnehever these two boys hook un
fa race,with horses that have any
sort of a chance, the fans are as as-lured
lured as-lured of a thriller.
Nine other prospective thrillers
flajmplete the program.
Yesterday Alfredo Perez Jr.,
fflnallv collected a winning purse
mi his. speedy Argentine mare
Rfamllla when shp scored ft
Bost-to-post victory in the fea
ture $600 six furlong sprint tor
i third series Imported thorough thoroughbreds.
breds. thoroughbreds. Oramilla. under oerfcet han-
bHr by Heliodoro Gustines,
.whipped mutuels favorite Sculp Sculptor
tor Sculptor bv almost four lengths in
i-li 1-3 for the three-auarters
bf a mile. Germanio was third
few Manandoagua last.
The six-year-old daughter of
B'im Ha,P,n-Grpcias returned
1 S6.20 to win and $2.20 place.
I pustlnes also scored three other
1 victories tn be easilv the dav's
I saddle star. Fernando Alvarez

HP' IBiXaeeaV
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TODAY

1st, 2nd 6th, 7th RACES
DUPLETAS
3rd and 9th RACES
ONE-TWO

Children Are Not
Allowed At The
Race Track
111 i

PRESIDENT

was the next best with three
wins.
Mlrtino's. $14.80 was the day's
best win odds. Favorites or sec second
ond second choices swept the program.
THE DIVIDENDS
First Race
1 Atomic Spring $9.40, $4.00
a-Flfito $4.60
Second Raee
1 Mouche $4 40, $3.00
2 Riotous $3.20
First Double: $36.20
Third Race
1 Sandokan (excluded from
betting)
2c-Aryla $2.40, $2.20
3 Frijolito $2.20
One-Two; $4.20
Fourth Race
1 Paquetito $4.80, $2.60
2 Panzaretta $2.80
Quiniela: $7.80
i Fifth Race
1 Monaco (excluded from
betting)
2 Chlto $4.60, $2.40
3 Sober ano $2.60

'Sixth Race
1 Narcotico $3.20, $2.40
2 English Wohder $2.60
Seventh Race
1 Mirtlno $14.80, $14.80
Jr-Grand Finish $8.60
Second Double: $35.00
Eight Raee
1 Muchen $2.20, $2.20
2 Pan Tostado $2.20
Quiniela: $11.80
Ninth Race
1- Mejiel $5.40, $3.00
2 Nftgir $3.?0
One-Two: $14.00
Tenth Race
1 Oramilla $6.20, $2.20 ..
2 Sculotor $2.20
Eleventh Race
1- Clrla $3.20, $2.20
2 Olimpioo $2.20
Racetrack Tips
By CON R ADO
l-Goliatv ...
... .. Lobe- e)
2- Jump Quick
3- Mimi
. ... Zumar
Damadura
flapa
.. . Toxic
... ... Mikel
... ...Joselito
Greco
, Maria Stuardo
. .Guadalcanal
Nedrey
4-Blanqurta ,..
5- Pichoto ..
6- Galisto .
7- Aguador ...
8- Embrujada
9- Abolengo ...
10- Alcaraz ...
11- Cantarina ..
HAMMER NAMED
CEDAR FALLS, Iowa (UP) (UP)-Willard
Willard (UP)-Willard Hammer, assistant foot
ball coach at the University of
Oregon, was named head football
coach at Iowa State Teachers Col College
lege College Friday, replacing C. L.
(iBuck) Starbeck, who died follow following
ing following a heart attack last Dec. 21.
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Race Track Graded Entries

M. Hon
Jockty

1st Race "Special" Imp. 7 Fgs.Purse $oS0.M Pool Closes 1:M
1st RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 La Generals
2 Goliat
3 Zutphen
4 (Emily Mary
5 CCoUens Wish
7-Lobo)
7 Gay Legend
A. Alfaro 103x
B. Baeza 113
E. Ortega 100
H. Ruiz 103
R. Cristian 115
J. Phillips 110
J. Avfla 115

2nd Raee 7th Series Imp. Fgs.Purs, $400.00 Pool Closes 1:31

2nd RACE Or
1 Jump Quick H. Gustines 112
2 Dagon H. Ruiz 105
3 Rutilante K. Flores 110
4 Violin Viejo S. Carvajal 112
5 Zumar B. Baeza 115
6 (Achieved A. Valdivia 112
7 (Tony f J. Gongora ,112
3rd Race "E" Natives 5
Fes.
ONE
1- Mimi
2 Damadura
3 Enganoso
4 Currita
5- Mfellizo
6- Radical
G. Graell 115
H. Gustines 110
R. Vasquez 115
J. Talavara 105k
B. Baeza 115
B. Aguirre lis
4th Race "H" Natives

S F8s. Purs. $375.00
- QUINIELA

1 Yoyita
2 Napa
3 r-Blanquita
4 El Pequefio
5 Filon
6 Guacamaya
7 (Petronila
8 (Avispa
9 Tanganica)
10 Guarare)
E. Ortega 110
A. Lorless 113x
H. 'Gustines 108
B. Vasquez 107x
J. Phillips 106
J. Talajrera 107x
B. Baeza 105
A. Reyes R. 106
B. Aguirre 108
J. Cadogan 100
5th Race "F" Natives S Fs.
1 Pichoto
2 Solito
3 Toxic
4 Desiree
5 (Don Grsu
(S. Cristobal
H. Gustines 106
C. Quiros lOOx
J. Talavera 107x
G. Sanchez 110
G. Milord 107x
F. Alvarez lOix

ith Race ith Series Imp. Fgi.Purs. $400.00
1st RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 Oro Purito
2 Camberwell
3 Mikel
4 Galisto
5 Salero
6 Narval
7 Cdronation D.
8 Fudge Girl
9 The Gipsy
A, Vasquez
A. Alfaro
B. Baeza
F. Alvarez
A. Reyes R
J. Phillips
113
lOOx
113
115
10
115
lOlx
110
110
C. Quiros
V. Castillo
A. Credidio
7th Race 1st and 2nd So. Imp.
2nd RACE OF
1 Joselito F. Alvarez 108
2 Aguador B. Baeza 112
3 King's Park H. Gustines 112
4 Gavilas G. Sanchez 118
5 Melendez R. Vasquezl5
Ith Rate 4th Series Imp.
15 Empire Cross A. Credidio 100
2 Embrujada H. Gustines 115
3 Orna. Star B. Baeza 108
4 Greco G. 'Sanchez 108
5 Plateado H. Ruiz 108
6 Fenix J. Talavera 107x
9th Race 4th Series Imp.
I F9i.
ONE TWO
1 Clarucha
2 Ann Drake
3 Maria S.
4 Valdina Jeep
5 Silver Heels
6 Abolengo
7 Introduction
8 Chivilingo
A. Ycaza 113
J. Phillips 112
V. Castillo 110
B. Baeza 112
H. Gustines 108
F. Alvarez 115
B. Aguirre 110
J. Talavera 105x

10th Race 4th Series Imp. 4 Fgs.Purs, $100.00 Peel Closes 1:40
1 El Agheila H. Gustines 113 Loves runnerup spot 3-1
2 Fieltro B. Bovil 105 Could be upsetter 8-1
3 Guadalcanal A. Credidio 108 Vastly improved 2-1

4 Colifato F. Alvarez 108
5 Alcaraz B. Aguirre 112

ROTARY CLUB HANDICAP
9th RACE "JL. 6th Series Imported 8 Fgs.

dMRI.

1. (XARUCHA ......
2. ANN DRAKE
3. MARIA STUARDO ........ ...
4. VALDINA JEEP
5. SILVER HEELS
6. ABOLENGO
7. INTRODUCTION ....
8. daiVILINGO

15-1
EVEN
50-1
i.l
2-1
2-1
Trie dwbli
Form indicates EVEN
Should be close up
-Accident in last t-l
-Bjui well last time -1
Better this week 2-1
Hopeless case 30-1
Even if he starts 30-1
Purse $375.00
TWO
Pool Clean 2tM
-Will fight it out 3-2
Tougher competition 2-1
Has beaten better 2-1
Still off form 20-1
Serious effort here : 3-1
-Weak effort in last 4-1
Peel Closes 2:370
Brief early speed
Last was revealing
-Distance to liking
Early speed only
Usually close up
Could be upsetter
-Weak effort in last
Nothing in months
Nothing recently
Poor race last time
10-1
2-1
l-l
5-1
4- 1
5- 1
5-1
15-1
15-1
Purse $375.00 Pool Closes iM
Jockey will decide 3-2
Nothing in months 10-1
Form indicates EVEN
Last very poor 3-2
Seems best here 3-2
Ran well in last 3-
Peel Close 3:40
Improved in last
Distance suits style
Form indicates
-Will fight it out
Returns from layoff
5-1
8-1
3-2
,2-1
15-1
lOi-l
20-1
4-1
Early speed only
would surprise
Reportedly ready
Could go all the' way
3-1
IPurse $1100. Peel Closes 4:10
THE DOUBLE
Razor-sharp form' 2-1
Gets real test here 3-2
Better chance now 3-1
Classic doesn't count 3-1
In favorite distance 3-1

- Failure to date
Should make it hem
Nothing to indicate
Improving slowly
Dangerous contender
Improved in last
Big disappointment

Fgs.Pur. $600.00
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Peel Clews 4:10
Would pay off here
Should score easily
Not good enough
Distance to liking
Good recent faces
Strong effort last
10-1
EVEN
8-1
2-1
3
2-1
Purse $1000.00 Pool Closes 5:15
"ROTARY CLUB HANDICAP"
Distance to liking
Has strong finish too
Returns from layoff
Prefers short sprints
Good recent races
Seems best here,
3- 1
5-1
4- 1
5-1
5-1
4-5
15-1
30-1
Would pay off
Unlikely longshot
Excellent win last 2-1
Form indicates 2-1
PURSE 1,000.00
ONE

REM

by
JOE WILLIAMS

IB RADENTON, Expansion may
be foe and dandy for balloons,
budgets and babes, but if New
York is counting on such a de
vice to regain admission to the
National League, we are pained
to report that prospects are
blepk.
Increasing league membership
from eight to 10 clubs is Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Ford Frick's idee. It
is. meeting with an indifferent, .if
not hostile, reception. And a rank ranking
ing ranking member review' of the game's
over-all picture, yesterday told us
why.
"The owners look upon expan expansion
sion expansion as economically impractica
ble, because no matter how skil
fully schedules are drawn there
would have to be mere games
with poor teams that don't draw,
ana fewer games witn good teams
that do.
"Frick's belief that owners
would help to staff the added
clubs is romantic. As business
men. owners iust aren't aaited
that way. Besides, the kind of
playens they might he willing to
part with certainly wouldn't make
contenders.
"Let's 'face it. First class ma
terial was never so scarce. We
don't have enough top hands to
staff eight clubs in each league.
let alone 10. Take- Pittsburgh and
Kansas City as examples. Look
at all the money and enterprise
they've spent without getting any
place. How could newcomers,
starting from scratch, hope to do
better?"
Well, if New York can't count
on expansion, what were thevchanc
es of one of the present member
clubs transferring to the big
town ?
Our friend, Mr. Brass, had no
encouragement to offer in this re
spect, either.
"First, yew must keep in mind
New York is closed es far as
the American Leegue is c e n n-corned,
corned, n-corned, hence only a National
League club would be eligible.
And as of new no National
League owner is giving any se serious
rious serious thought to moving."
The gentleman continued.
"This may shock your civic
pride, but the owners, as a group
feel the National League gained
considerably mora than they lost
m moving West. As for the 1m
portance of rich TV money, ob
viously it wasn't important e e-nough
nough e-nough to atop the Giants and
Dodgers?"
We pointed out the situation in
New York, meantime, has taken
on,a more inviting aspect Real
istic steps seem to have been tak taken
en taken toward building s stadium and
spokesmen of the Mayor's base
ball committee has even report
ed "a least two clubs are very
much interested."
Conditions Impossible
Mr. Brass asked if we were
conversant with the' proposition
this spokesman, William Shea, is
offering. We weren't.
"Well, the basic economics in
volved are such it would cost to
operate in New York than it does
in its present location.
"They'd get nothing out of the
narking concession, which as an
estimated annual value of $300,
000. They'd have to sign a long
term lease and they could stay
tCGolazo
(Pibe Lindo
R. Gomez 108
B. Baeza 106

11th Race "Special" Imp. 7 Fgs.Purse $450.00 Peel Cleees 1:05
1 Topaclo J. Talavera 105k Big disappointment 10-1
2 Histrion J. Avila 112 Same may be said here 10-1
3- Cantarina B. Baeza 112 President's Classic hope 1-5
4 Npdrey R. Cristian 110 Got tightener in last 4-1
5- Lark C. Ruiz 112 Reportedly speedy 10-1
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POOL CL

OSES: 5:15

- T WO

A. Ycaza
. . ..... J. Philips
, V. Castillo
.......... B. Baeza
H. Gustines
F. Alvarez
. .... .. B. Aguirre
.... J. Talavera

ON RACE

there 50 years and still not

a dime s worth of property.
"When you come right down
to it, all New York is offering
is the privilege to rent j pro proposed
posed proposed stadium at exorbitant
rates, in eddHier to 5 per
cent city tax which clubs else elsewhere
where elsewhere do not hove to pay.
The gentleman said he knew of
only one ownei who acctnally has
been contacted. .. "I don t know
what he told the Mayor's repre
sentative, but his statement to us
was that 'conditions were impos
sible. . .And this was one ovii
er who might have been interst-
ta."
We can assure the Mayor., broth
er Shea, and the orphaned NL
fans our Mrs. Brass knows the
score, is not trying to pressure a
nybody, and that as matters
stand now New York isn't eVen
close to getting ba m the NL,
Mantle And Aaron
Ready To Defend
1957 MVP Laurels
The most valuable players of
1957 are ready
to defend their
laurels in '58.
That's the message from Mick Mickey
ey Mickey Mantle and Hank Aaron, whose
thunderous bats led the New York
Yankees and Milwaukee Braves
into the. World Series last season.
Both got off to slow starts this
spring but they're belting away
now as if they already could
smell this year's Series dough.
Mantle smashed two 400-foot
homers and a pair of doubles
Thursday to lead the Yankees to
an 11-8 victory over the Philadel
phia Phillies and stretch their
winning streak to six games. The
Oklahoma Kid now has collected
11 hits, including three homers, a
triple and five doubles, knocked
in 13 runs and is hitting .344.
Aston, meanwhile, walloped a
pair of homers to drive in "four
runs and spark the Braves to an
11-1 triumph over the Cincinnati
Redlegs and square the world
champions' spring record at 5-5.
Aaron's spring figures show nine
hits, including three homers, nine
runs batted m and a .346 aver average.
age. average. The Pittsburgh Pirates demon
strated some long Dau power
when they beat the Kansas City
Athletics, 7-4, for their third win
of the spring.
Herb Score, still limping be
cause of a sprained ankle, tossed
11 v .
uiree scoreless innings ior tnc
Cleveland Indians but the San
Francisco Giants rallied late to
score a 10-inning, 7-5 triumph.
i
The Baltimore Orioles and Chi
cago cuds sput a doubleheader,
the Orioles .winning the first, 41,
and the Cubs taking a lO-inning
second game, 1-0 and Don Drys Drys-dale
dale Drys-dale pitched four perfect innings
but the Los Angeles Dodgers had
to jcome from behind to beatt he
Detroit Tigers, 6-4.
Not good enough
Jockey may help
4-1
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Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT

Stoneham Thinks 4 Rich
Young Men Wil Provide
Giants Solid Foundation

I By HAL WOOD
HOENTX, Ariz. (UP) Four
of the richest young men in base baseball
ball baseball playing togs will provide the
foundation this year for what
President Horace Stoneham thinks
will be a "shot at the champion championship"
ship" championship" for his San Francisco
Giants.
They are:
l.Willie Mays, the incompara incomparable
ble incomparable outfielder who makes 70,000
per year.
2. Johnny Antoneiu, the brilliant
southpaw pitcher, who received
$75,000 from the old (Boston
Braves just to sign a contract
and now makes about $40,000 per
year pitching for the Giants.
3. Bonus baby hurler Mike Mc Mccormick,
cormick, Mccormick, who got $65,000 for sign signing.
ing. signing. 4. And bonus baby Paul Giel.
0"? ex Mmnesota football star
who also received $65,000 for
signing with the Giants.
Sixth-Place Finish
The Giants finished in sixth
place last year, but that doesn't
slow down the optimism of alone-
ham, manager Bill Rigney or oth others
ers others in the local camn. Thev feel
they have the best young crop of
rookies to go with proven veter
ans and that they could go all
the way.
"In baseball." says Stoneham
"You don't shoot for second
place. We are gunning for a pen
nant."
Stoneham thinks that Antonelli
ond Ruben Gomez will win "at
least" 40 games between them.
Rieney. who thinks the team
looks much better than it did at
this time last year, won't hazard
an opinion on where the club will
finish. But he is enthusiastic over
suine ui uib new nujs.
Names Starters
"I didn't expect to find Giel
would be so fast." said Bill, who
nrobably will use the former
Minnesota football All -American
in relief roles. "I think our first
four on ,the firing line will be
Antonelli, Gomez Curt Barclay
and McCormick."
The Giant infield may be bet
ter this year than it has in many
seasons. Orlando Cepeda, a -309
hitter for Minneapolis in the
American Assn., looks like he has
nailed down first base. Danny
O Conell has been playing sec
ond; and Jim Davenport, a little
rookie from Minneapolis who hits
a long ball, has been playing
third and leading off in exhibition
games
The big improvement may be fit
short, where Daryl Spencer, with
a new oatung stance unaer in
struction from coach Lefty O'Doul
has been pounding the ball out of
the lot. Spencer, always one of
the top fielders in the league,
now looks like a hitter. He batted
only .249 last year.
Mays Plays Center
tli outfield starts off with the
one-and-only Mays in center. A
rookie, Willie Kirkland, may get
the right field job. He has a
powerful set of muscles ano,
when he connects, gives the ball
a long ride. Just out of the serv service,
ice, service, it remains to be seen if he
can hit major league pitching.

TRACK

The veteran Hank Sauer will be
in left field. Still one of the

great long ball hitters of the
Tjame, the 38-year-old Hank was
one oi me comeoacx surprises of
1957. 4
The one weak spot that is wor worrying
rying worrying Rigney is catching. A big
lad named Bob Schmidt, up
from Minneapolis, is being given
a thorough test, But there are in indications
dications indications that he may hit no bet better
ter better than last year's regular back backstop,
stop, backstop, Valmy Thomas. Thomas hit
only .249 in 1957,.
Round Table Scores
4-Lenpth Victory
In Gulfslream 'Cap
HALLANDALE, Fla., March
22 (UP) California champion
Round Table today scored g
four-length victory over the
Chilean horse Meeting in the
Gulfstream Handicap with a
purse of $110,009.
Willie Shoemaker moved
Round Table In front a fur furlong
long furlong away from the 1 wire
where he overtook Meeting.
The Chilean horse beat Oli Oligarchy,
garchy, Oligarchy, who finished third by
a neck.
Round Table ran the mile
and a Quarter in 1:50 4-5,
which equaled a track mark
established by Coaltown in
1949.
Third Brother with Manuel
Ycaza aboard, finished fourth.
Whatever
Happened to .
OTTO (MOONlf ) MILLER
Otto Miller spent his entire 13 13-year
year 13-year major league career a a
catcher for the Broolkyn Dodgers
and was batterymate of Leon Ca Ca-dore
dore Ca-dore whose death recently re revived
vived revived tales of Cadere's iron .man
stunt of pitching the longest game
on record 26 innings in 1920.
Miller never was a great star1 for
he lacked the ability to hit for
high average but he was heady
and steady behind the plate and
Cadore preferred him as his
catcher. When he ended his play playing
ing playing career in 1922, Miller 'became
a Dodger coach.
Whatever happened to Otto Mil
ler? He was out of Minden, Neb.,
originally but adopted Brooklyn
for keeps. At 68; he runs a suc suc-cess'ul
cess'ul suc-cess'ul bar and restaurant in
Brooklyn. I
Sports Briefs
RAMS SIGN ROOKIES
.'A if.
,LOS ANGELES (UP) Three
rookies halfback John Baker of
North Carolina, halfback George
Colbert of Denver U., and end
Clint Westemeyer of St. Ambrose
College have signed 1958 con contracts
tracts contracts with the Los Angeles Rams,
giving the club 12 rookies und p:
contract.

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TBS STJVDAT AMERICA!.
PAGE SETW
Pros Name Russell NBA's Most Valuable Player

SUNDAY,

w

Boston Celtics' tar Tops
Dolph Schayes In Balloting

ty MURRAY OtDf RMAN

time. This season already be has
'.set a new league rebounding re-

TtfKW YORK UVEA) Bid Rus- cord, nabbing more than 22 ca

n needed only one lull season in roms a game.

"- . I i

convince me inouuusp

BY LEAPS AND REBOUNDS

As a scorer, he's still nowhere
near Yardley or Schayes or Bob
Petti t 01 St. Louis, but on dunks
anj taps atone he can contribute

10 points a game, ne s not a nu

ish or hungry player, and a check
of team statistics shows that he's

' t K a nrnl LA

'Basketball Association uiav e
premier player in,th game today.
In a tnree-way vote race wlin
old pro Dolph Schayes of ipcuse
and high-scoring George Yardkey
of Detroit, the snake-armed center
k. Dnctnn rpltirs was named

winner of the 1958 Preslcent's Cup, second only to Lousy in vital as as-Twarded
Twarded as-Twarded by NBA Service to the Mts. Because he takes only the
outitanding player of the NBA. lhort shots that come natural to
The veredict was handed down him his field goal accuracy per per-hv
hv per-hv n Pxactinu iury, the 80 play Rentage is consistently among the
Ss toe St teams in the best in the league But to keep
ers Sc.S. ctraifrt from.tne giants from playing him too

ESCS'fh. Vir own teammates. I .dose, he has, developed dangerous

ym a tally based on five points hook shots with either hand,
for tirst.' three ior second place)
and one for third. Russell rolled! Bill smart enough oknow
ud a total ol 228 points, 30 more he can t get by on size a'one and
S.n rnnnenm Schaves Yardley 80 has made a determined effort
uTlS'vAi!P !e.rn the !!. little quirks

of Russell was revealed by his
name on JJ1 per cent of the eligible

that distinguish the great from ilw

good player and to utilize the -e-.lexes
nature gave him. At the age1
of 23, he's only approaching his

tj,,coo11c wmprsenee as the NO.!!" pnyoicai sirenem. H ne s wl

"""" T "7 ,L l IV

est now

hand'e in

igtn.

what'll he be like

a couple of years?

to

1 man in basketball, and that takes
in ail levels, should wipe out all
it. cc ,u TiAifi)t his rlp-

fen3ive feats on a national collegia Tr-""i r uci "t
champWsan Francisco team two emblematic of the award at next
veaM ago The skinny 6-10 Califor-ffasons league all star game,
'n'u wasn't sVposeUto get away previous winners of the President s
with that :$ against the .pros, gp h ave been Petit in 1956 and
n,hn hoH euvii his own size, and0" WS7-.

ther wasvlosd skepticism of his

ability to.seore enough to maintain

a place m the lineup.
The answer U that Bill has
brought back .emphasis to defense
in an era where scores rocket re regularly
gularly regularly over the 100 mark. Not only
doei he upt an effective clamp on
the big men of the 'eague, but
the mental hazard created by his
talon-like interceptions in the area
of the .basket squashes the shoot shooting
ing shooting effectiveness of the other four
opponeqts on the floor, too.
For years, the Celtics of Bob
Cousy and Bill Sharman have been
a flashy scoring brigade, but they
lacked the big man to clear the
boards and set up their fast break.
When Russell joined them after
the Olympic Games in Melbourne
last winter he provided the final
link that has them rated among
the finest basketball taems of all

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Ben Gazzara in

"THE STRANGE ONE

1

Steubenville First
U S. Smell College
Basketball Champion

STEUBENVILLE, Ohio (UP) (UP)-Little
Little (UP)-Little Steubenville College proudly

exhibited a shiny new trophy to today,
day, today, emblematic of the national
small college basketball champi

onship.
The Barons received the trophy
at a dinner Thursday night for
finishing No. 1 in the first United
Press small college ratings. Pres

entation was made by Haskell
Short, manager of the United
Press Columbus bureau.
Short congratulated the college
on behalf of United Press and
read a telegram from Leo H. Pe Petersen,
tersen, Petersen, U.P. sports editor.
Steubenville won 24 of its 25
games during the season and was

chosen the top team in the first
small college ratings by the 45 45-man
man 45-man board of coaches.

The trophy was accepted by the
Very Rev. Daniel W. Egan,

. j, li'inr Tit iiiiir jiiiiii niiiwr jb jiiwiiii.

M '2WM-

Brother Joseph Cairnes Says
'Ao' To Milwaukee Braves

Two Mexican

2 Native Bulls

at La Macarena

By HARRY GRAYSON v north of Nome. Cairnes would say .cause Cairnes has to be
no for him. why and then some.

BRADENTON. Fla. (NEA) A The Penni CornoraUon of Fram- This is Brother Jownk not

ramer ooscuie major league ciup i ginam, mass., asi year compiei- wer dUDert.

president, Joseph F. Cairnes, sua-1 ed J162 million worth of heavy con-

dently finds himself with the re- t ruction. The head man should
nutation o? being baseball's top rorry about Lew Burdette asking

hatchet man. f r $15,000 more! Maybe he would
The rash oi Mi.waukce holdouts t irow him a bratwurst.
had the stars ox other outlits talk-1
ing. "What kind of business men1 Cairnes, a civil engineer of sorts,
are they?" asked Stan Musial, the was the commissioner of public
Cardinal's $100,000 a year league works or the Commonwealth of
baiting champion, when told that Massachusetts. He also has been
Bob Buhl, the 18-game winner who li the construction business,
beat the Dodgers, got $16,000. "When you can't beat them, join

Lew Burdette, reportedly getting tiem, he laughed.

$25,000, asked for $40,000, was ol- Perini put Cairnes in charge of

fered $30,000. Burdette last fall be- tie concession at Brave Field in
came the first man in 37 years to loston in 1949 and throughout the
pitch three complete games in aiir-flung chain as the organiza organiza-World
World organiza-World Series and win them a-ltion spread. Cairnes then emrin-

gainst ,the Yankees. The exp'osive 1 ued and closed the fantastic deal

pucner put o nitro, w. va., knows i r Milwaukee County Stadium in
he will never do it again, was 3S. ..

richly .entitled to ask-for more. "My only previous- affiliation
I t'ith baseball it that Brother (111.

Shortstop Johnny Logan 1m- t?rt was mv older brother he

plied that the wasn't collecting $20,- fiid. "His real name was Phillis
000. Gene Conley was asked to take t airnes."

we iuu b per cent cut. Wes Cov Brother Gilbert wis the kinHV

ington, Frank Torre and Bob Hazle J gendary figure who raised the
who couldn't have been paid much inmortal Babe Ruth at Saint Ma Ma-more
more Ma-more than the minimum $6,500, i 's Industrial School in Baltimore,
squawked vlo'ently. With this, Joe inisisU he is not

wnar are tney doing.' asked okins to nav denreoMon waees

shown

Bro-

itft

Two 900-pound native lighting
bulla from the Kolso ranch in
Chiriqui will makt thoir "dobut"
Sunday at La Macarona but
ring.

The President Tropixy or highwi.
achievement in profesaSonai bafiJSrtbadl,

awarded- by KEA-Service as selected
by ihe players, goes to the cetvjbet

ot trie cna-Hvpion. aosxon ceittc

Akins And Logart Summoned

To Appear

At Court Hearing

uei.anms oi tne cardinals, "pay "paying
ing "paying the ushers Instead of the ae-

tors?"

"If isn't John Quinn's (generj'
manager) fault." remarked cmi :

the satis led Braves, toweling him

self in the clubhouse of Braden Braden-ton's
ton's Braden-ton's Braves Field. "That cold fish
Cairnes cuts a pretty fine piece of

chhu. lou a expect this from a
cloub going broke, but this, is a
world championship team. It has
drawn more peop'e and made more

money man anynody m baseba 1

or the last five years.

"The' rent was wmething like
a dollar a year when the clnh ,m.

ed to Milwaukee. And this vear

When the couhtv raised it hv'stnn.

000. still a bargain basement rate,

uaimes raised uie admission prices
the next day."

He says the Braves' front office

Warren Soahn is down for $65,000,
Henry Aaron and Red Schoehdi
"nst get $40,000 and Eddie Math-
vs $35,000. The payroll will total

tjOQ,oou.
But the grumbling is evident be-

Tho fioret,. fast-moving bulls
are schodultd to display fholr
brary along with two Moifan
bulla against a Mexican and ,' a
Spanish matador.

Manuel Jimonci or moxtco.

who is known as "Chicuolin" ho

cause of hi floir for oxocuing
tho graceful chicuolina pis
will alternate with Spanish rna'ti
tador Mario Carrion against iho
four bulls, oech one facing a ,,
native bull
Tickets for soot In tho shade ..
run ifrom $$ to $3 with tho gon gon-oral
oral gon-oral admission price for children
at $1.50. In tho bleachers, f
are $2.50 and $2 and $1 for children.

y JACK CUDDY
NEW YORK. March 22UP) -Tapped
telephone conversations
that preceded Virgil Akins sur surprise"
prise" surprise" sixth round TKO victory.
Victory over Isaac Logart last
night will be featured evidence at
a Manhattan criminal court grand
jury hearing, April 7.
Bible-readiiig Akins, who elinch elinch-ed
ed elinch-ed a June shot at the vacant
world welterweight title, has been
summoned to appear at the hear hearing,
ing, hearing, along with bogart, their ban
dlers and seven others.

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Thole summoned included Billy',

Brown, matchmaker of thr Inter International
national International Boxing' Club, which 'Stag 'Staged
ed 'Staged the scheduled 12 round elimi elimi-natilon
natilon elimi-natilon semi-final at Madison
Square Garden. s
Akins of St. Looit, an 11-5 un underdog
derdog underdog at ring time, floored Cu
ban Logart twice, gashed his
right brow end won a technical
knockout at 2:53 of tho .Sixth
round.

It was his second victory over

Logart in their three fights and

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Logart was heavily supported by

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lony. And the once lavoring him

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night. But there were persistent

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Each weighed 145 3-4 pounds.
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court of five and took the manda

tory eight-pount on-his feet. Then

-a right to the chin sat him on the

lower strand of the ring ropes tor
another knockdown, from which
he was up at six and took eight

on his feet.
Having risen, bloody Bee was

being battered unmercifully on

the ropes when referee H a r y

Kessler stopped the ftght. The
knockdowns appeared, legitimate,

and Akins victory m the national

televised bout was' cheered by

e 5,000 Garden spectators.

Victorious Akins, a fomer "in-,
and-outer" who had hung up
his gloves throe tlmos, was just
tolling reporters in thj dressing
room last night that bible-reading
hid spurred bit comebacks,
when a grand-iury summons was
slipped into hit hind.
A spokesman for District Attor

ney Frank Hogan s offi'ce said,
"at least a dozen summons'' had
been served last night. But he in insisted
sisted insisted that those served at the
Garden were "principally in con connection
nection connection with an investigation of
boxing that has been going oh for
some time." He admitted "They
may hav something to do with
last night's betting, but that would
be secondary."
However.' another authoritative

Who is this Cairnes, who all at

pnce finds hlmsbf a hdt notatd?
Well, in the Mrst place, he big,
handsome Irishman of 50 is Lou

Permi's "no" rnaii.

' 'Lou doesn't want anvthinn fit iti a

by -remote control," said Cairnes.

rt.ln. k L 1 1 . . '.,

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the Manatee Hotel cocktail lounge.
' 'He doesn't want jything held up

trying to reach him."

i-erini s yacnt, tne Bontina, is
now in Florida waters hut tho la.t

nine cairnes telephoned him the

ciiairman ot me ooard was at Chu Chutes
tes Chutes des Passes, wav un In th r.

nadian bush where he is buildine

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turn ot the
chase...
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and the killers
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iource told the United Press, "Uo

ionunai teieonone conversations

among persons connected with A

Kins and Logart conversations
tapped by investigators," cause-1
the shower of summons. He said
the tapped evidence will be use''

at me grand jury hearmg, with

permission ot the New York Sur
pretne Court.

tnairman Julius Helfand of the
N.Y., State Athletic Commiulm

and president of the World -Boxim?

tommittee, which arranaed thi

welterweight elimination tourha'

mem, said tersely: "I know no.
thing about the summons, and
have nothing to say at this time.

Although the gross gate I a s I
night was only 14,030, each fight

er was guaranteed $20,000 from

special TV-radio money.

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LA MACARENA BULLRING

With permission of the authorities and weather permit permitting,
ting, permitting, the Sth Bullfight of the season will be held oil
Sunday March 23rd, 1058 at 4:30 p.m.
Debut of the Brave Panamanian fighting balls from the
KELSO Ranch in Chiriqui wearing blue and red colors.
They will alternate with two brave Mexican fighting
bulla from the Quiriceo Ranch.
MATADORS
MARIO CARRION (Spaniard)
MANUEL JIMENEZ (Chicuelin) (Mexican)
Outstanding swordsman Manuel Chavez, with their
respective teams of Banderflleros and Picadores.
Bullfight Doctors:
Teodoro Arias, Dr. Anlbal Ramos and Dr. Augusta Ramos.

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rant, Restaurant, Tel. 2MI958; CONCORDIA Drugstore, Tel. 2-2954; Tick Ticket
et Ticket office of Macarena beginning Friday at 2:00 p.m.,
Tel. 3rtm.

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CLASSIFIEDS
THS SPACE IS FORSALE
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
on

Resorts

PHILLIPS Ocearuida Cataei
Santa Clara R. dc P. Phona Pa Pa-mim
mim Pa-mim 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
Houses
FOR RENT Small furnished
Chalet, one bedroom, with in in-terier
terier in-terier service, living, dining
loom, kitchen, good yard, for
informition, straet 50 No. 6.
fOR RENT OR SALE Beiu-
tiful and comroirable residence
in Urbanizacion Obarrio. Call
Julita Mediate.-Tot. 3-2671.
FOR RENT Comfortablo two
bedroom chalet. Via Porras, cor corner
ner corner 13th. Opposite Golf Heightl.
Call 3-2957.
PLANT PURCHASED

DETROIT, March 22 (UP)
C. M. Hall Lamp Co. today an announced
nounced announced the purchase of an 85,000
square foot plant here to house
its growing production of metal
honeycomb structural materials
for aircraft and missiles.

AROUND
BY
The announcement by the Pana Panama
ma Panama Foreign Office that a note was
forwarded to the U.S. Embassy
here, requesting the suspension of
activities of the Canal one Cred Credit
it Credit Union, seems a bit contradit contradit-ory
ory contradit-ory ad far fetched.
Since The Panama government
during the past three years has
been taking seriously the matter
of cooperatives, and according to
our rationalization of the func function
tion function of credit unions, we cannot
see what was used by the Foregn
office as a criterion to classify as
purely "commercial the opera operations
tions operations of the Canal Zone Credit
Ilninn. i
Be that as it may, we feel' that
nf such a request ought
to be madei n thei nterest of all
concerned and to define in what
manner the oresence of a credit
union of the Canal Zone constitut constitutes
es constitutes a eotravention of the 1936
treaty.1
Everything Is In readiness for
the grand annual picnic of tho
Pacific aide Elks of tho
IBPOEW.
Tho Uroup plans to travel 9
Summit Gordon this morning
and according to tho informa information
tion information rocoivod pleasure seekers
attending the annual event car.
be assured of a "real gone
time.
Leaving for the U.S. accompan accompanied
ied accompanied by her two children durmg the
course of the week was Mrs. Emi
lia Cragwll wife of Basilro Crag Crag-well.
well. Crag-well. n. nonntar matron will be a-
tval for about six weeks, during
which she will be observing im

vii'ivn Clal lU vs,CJ, ajv wr a. u timu vmw
prdlved methods of teaching. nehavmg g lead of more tnan

teacher at one of the gov
schools.
Tuesday and birthday
;ings will be in order for Mar-
en Stamp, aaugmer oi mi.
re. Lloyd Stamp, oi tne cap cap-lad
lad cap-lad on Thursday; Graciela
will be observing- ner
ninth" birthday.
(-daughter ot Mr. ana mrs.
t;. rnomas ui -e f,'"
I enter fourth grade at the
a de Chile school in May
lie annual vacation conclud-
nappy returns of the day
frtcketes were put on sale this
week for the Club Altamira's out outing
ing outing to San Carlos on Sunday,
Anril 20.
An official of the group announc announced'
ed' announced' that the demand for tickets
very likely may exceed the
.,mt nn hanrl and recomendeu
UWHU,
that persons planning to attend
the annual interior jaunt avail
themselves now of the opportunity
"to aCC) ire their ducats which may
be ha'a from any members of the
I club. ,
Extensive Dlarts are being made
ffortle outing, and as usual pic pic-I
I pic-I tiinlrarc fan be assured oferthe
1 tops in entertainment as this wel wel-llira
llira wel-llira nroani nation has been known
T U .mart so PYHPrls in thlS
1.1
field. L .
Special arranements are being
hv Mrs. Una Genore to fa-
i cilitate the arrival in the capital
eitjuof AUantic siaers on me
morning of the picnic so that the
enth convoy may be able to
depart together.
Vn all information in this
regard contact may be made
YALE'
Registered Trademark
INDUSTRIAL LIFT
TRUCKS AND HOISTS
. Local Representative
M. A. POWELL, S. A.
COLON
Tel. 74.10(3 Apartado 199

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Apartments

ATTENTION. 0. I.I Just bu.H
modem f urniihed apartments, I
2 bedroom, hot. cold watte.
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT Furnished three
bed-room apartment. Hot watar.
Television. Garage. Special price
for 5 months. Phono 3-2279
after 6 p.m.
FOR RENT Nicely furnish furnished
ed furnished two bedroom apartment, hot
water in the kitchen and bath bathroom.
room. bathroom. For information, call 2 2-1957
1957 2-1957 from 12:30 to 1:15 p.m.
FOR RENT Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment over Swift and Co. No.
Tit 132 4th of July Ave., living
room, bedroom, kitchen and
bath, inquire Janitor or Phone
Hopkins Balboa 2966, alto 4
bedroom apartment unfurnished.
FOR RENT Attractively fur furnished
nished furnished two bedroom apartment,
moderately priced, Bella Vista,
close El Panama Hotel. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-5024.
FOR RENT Apartments, fur furnished,
nished, furnished, one, two bedrooms $50. $50.-00,
00, $50.-00, $60.00. Via Porras. Tel. 3-2568.

TOWN
TOM

through Miss Bethune Rem at
1354 Colon and through Mrs. Ge-
Bortj.
A meeting of the groups is plan
ned for 11 p.m. in Colon today
and as these are matters of vital
importance on the agenda for
disposition, all members are urg
ed to be on time.
Work is feverishly continuing
on the renovation oi tne uanea-
rio Balboa in Juan Diaz, wich
will be operated under a new
management.
Nothing short of a swank coun
try-side entertainment center
with all the trimmings is the pro promise
mise promise of the management. An
around' the dock affair it will be.
Among the many persons who
left for short vaction during the
course of the past week was Mrs.
Zurieka Forde Straughn, who
departed from the Tocumen air airport
port airport for Costa Rica.
The well-known matron the wife
of Bertram Straughn of the cap
ital, and while in the neighbouring
republic she will visit with relat relatives
ives relatives ar.d renew acquaintances.
Miss E stella Jordon and her,
brother Patricio left these shores
last Sunday for the U.S. Jvhere
they will further their studies.
The children of Mr. and Mrs.
Eliseo 'Jordon, they will reside
with relatives in the big. city.
The second count of votes of a
contest being sponsored by Local
900 was slated to take' place at
the Cristobal Union Credit office
last night.
At the list count of votes Miss
Valencia Lewis was the winner,
300 votes of her nearest rival.
Sidney G. Leacock an army
employee, celebrated his brithday
during the course of the week. An
event he spent very quitly.
Mrs. LilHah Walcott of Rio A A-bajo
bajo A-bajo was hostess at a party re recently
cently recently at her home.
The wife of former isthmianite
Sammy Walcott the popular beau beau-(tician
(tician beau-(tician plans an extensive vacation
stateside'.
Atlantic sider Samuel Johnson
was given a birthday party at his
home last evening.
Many friends joined in lustly to
sing the "Happy Birthday" cho
rus, while the serving ot reiresn
ments, dancing and gay repartee
completed the evening's get to
gether.
Grin end Bear It: A man was in
the habit of being absent from
home nightly. Every night upon
leaving he would say to his wife,
"so long, mother of three."
Getting tired of his barb she
decided one night on shutting up
the old guy, so when he made his
famous slur she replied, "that's
alright father of one". "rom that
night the old fellow never went
out at nights.
Thought for Today. The man wno
lives and does notning lor nis rei rei-low
low rei-low man, wastes hs time.
FISHING BOAT SINKS
JAKARTA. Indonesia (UP)
Fifty-eight persons were reported
missing and feared dead today .n
the sinking of a fishing noat w
tween East Java and Bawean Is
land. Reports said 17 persons
were rescued.
UPHOLSTERING
We offer you the best in
Upholstering. Expert Up Up-holiterer.
holiterer. Up-holiterer. Finest materials.
GARAGti FUAS
Opposite Rfloseve't Hotel
Tel. 2-1995

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BAROO No
KARMACIA
VAN-DER-JIS M
til Bella Vista Theatre.
Automobiles
Will pay spot cash for good lata
model cars. Phone all day, Pan-,
ama 2-4966 or 2-2616. Autos
Eisenmann next to Coca Cola
plant.
FOR SALE 1957 Ford con convertible
vertible convertible hard-top, air-conditioned,
with all accessories. Phone
3-6966 Panama. Paalo Herrera.
FOR SALE AUTOMOBILE
1954 Chevrolet 3105, Vi ton
panel. Under 50,000 miles.
Good Shape. $650.00 or best
higher offer. Call 2-2294 Pan Panama
ama Panama 7:30-4 p.m. Not duty paid.
FOR SALE 1955 Chevrolet,
2-door, powerglide, good condi condition.
tion. condition. Call Cristobal 2457.
FOR SALE 1948 Nash Coupe,
radio, $150.00. Call Ancon 2 2-2398
2398 2-2398 after 4:30. f
FOR SALE 1956 Chevrolet
2-door sports sedan. $1600.
5289-B Diablo. Tel, 2-3435.
FOR SALE '57 Plym. Bel Belvedere
vedere Belvedere V-8, 4-D sedan W.S.W.
backup lights, sport-tone paint.
Excellent condition. Phone 83 83-2209,
2209, 83-2209, house 670 Curundu Hts.
FOR SALE 1956 Chevrolet 2 2-door
door 2-door sport sedan, $1600. 5289 5289-B
B 5289-B Diablo. Tel. 2-3435.
NIKON
Cameras
at
9 I. Limit
(Across Banco Nacional)
PANAMA COLON
TRANSISTOR
ELECTRONIC
FLASHGUN
temperature of the sun
only $32.50
International Jewelry
1S5 Central Ave.
Mail order phone 2-231?
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Service Personnel,
Government Employees
Are eligible to finance that NKW
or USED Car or Borrow on your
present car through
Agency
DICK DEHLINGER
representing
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
FINANCE CO.
No. 43 AUTOMOBILE ROW,
Panama City.
Phone 3-49843-485
SAN BLAS
EXCURSION
March 23, 1958
Fidanque Travel Service
Tel. 2-1661
PROMOTED Abdel Hamlm
Amer, above, has been pro promoted
moted promoted to marshal and named
commander -la -chief of the
United Arab ftepubjlc armed
forces by Colonel Nasser, presi president
dent president of the republic formed by
the merger of Syria and Egypt
Arter rtas Defense Mininter
Nasser's Egyptian cabinet

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Home Articles
FOR SALE 1956 Frigidara
Automatic washar, used itina
months, like now. Call 16-2125.
FOR SALE Lika Raw Kalvina Kalvina-tor
tor Kalvina-tor washing machina. $195.00.
Phono Albrook 86-7118.
FOR SALE RCA Whirlpool
washing machine, 1 957 modal,
less than year old. Leaving Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. $75.00. Telephone 3124
Curundu, Hidalgo.
Leaving must sell living room
set, gas stove, deep free 7C
ft., electric dryer, miscellaneous
household effects. Tel. 3-3525.
FOR SALE Bendfx Dialama.
tic washer $50.00. Portable
sewing machine $55.00, Chrys Chrysler
ler Chrysler 1950, De Soto 1949. Quar Quarters
ters Quarters No. 647-A, Kobbe. Call 84 84-6147.
6147. 84-6147. FOR SALE Double bed,
springs, mattresses, and foam
rubber mattress
FOR SALE
ubber mattress. Balboa 2752.
Custom designed
hi-fidelitv radio phonograph
combination, has Knight am-fm
tuner, Bogen DB-20 DF ampli amplifier,
fier, amplifier, Webcor automatic changer
with diamond stylii, university
tn-axial speaker, in beautiful ma mahogany
hogany mahogany cabinet $300, also table
model RCA radio. $15; small
Silvertone radio. $7.50, Sim Simmons
mons Simmons living room chair $1500,
Kodak 620 folding camera, with (
Kalart flash gun, $20. All in
excellent condition. Ph 83-2209
House 670 Curundu fits.
FOR SALE Ashcraft Corner
Sten Table, Coffee Table, End
Table, and Contour Chair. Also
2 lamps and Vacuum Cleaner.
Call Curundu 3297.
FOR SALE 1 set porch furni furniture,
ture, furniture, 1 Television, 1 sofa, 1
glaxe desk with two chairs, 2
kitchen chairs, 1 dresser, 1
Chevrolet '54 perfect condition.
Cable Heights 0301, Ancen,
Phone 2-3366.
FOR SALE Bamboo chair and
couch, misc. tables, hobby cabi cabinet.
net. cabinet. Phone 2-3555.

2-Way Traffic Between Britain,
Continent Spurs Garment Trade

LONDON, March 22 (BIS)-Dur-ing
the last few years women in
Britain have come to expect that
the stores in every large city will
oifer them an impressive variety
of clothes and fabric Irom which
to choose. As a result a two-way
traffic is growing up between Brit Britain
ain Britain and the continent of Europe
in import and export, not only of
piece goods, but increasing num
bers oi made-up garments. 1ms
means, in eifect, tnat any manu manufacturer
facturer manufacturer in Britain who has a spe
cialist line of goods to ofier can
iind a market for them.
Skillful development of new ti-
bres and new blends has also
been successful in the case of in
dividual fabric manufacturers
such as Ascher Ltd., of London,
and West Cumberland Silk Mills,
Ltd. of Darwen. England, both ot
whom have produced new cloths
of such high fashion value that
they are eagerly sought by coutu
riers, top retailing iirms anu ieaa
in alJ
of
mg garment manutacturers u
the most fashionable centres
tho world.
The other side of the question
is the effect of productions from
the European continent on manu
facture in Britain, xnere is no
doubt that the interchange of i-
deas which has resulted from the
freer important export of cloths
, l i f r
nas naa a stimulating eueui upvu
designers, particularly In the me medium
dium medium and cheaper brackets of
Britain's textile trade.
In the medium and top bracket
cottons Britain a manufacturers
are more than holding their own.
They have adopted amore advent adventurous
urous adventurous attitude towards 1 a r g -scale
patterns (particularly in
skirts fabircs) and are using
bright colors in an eager and light-
hearted manner. This step, com-
Dined witn' tne long traaition o.
technical knowledge i in spinning
and weaving and--even more im importantthe
portantthe importantthe application of many
new finishes, brings the great ma
jority of Britain's cottons into the
stay-iresn, easy-care c ass, ana
gives them an all round value
which few countries can equal.
In the development and applica
tion of new fibres, the United
Kingdom textile industry is among
the leaders. It was the first to
experiment two years ago witn
the blending of linen and synthe synthetic
tic synthetic yarns to amke fabrics which
retain all the qua'ities of this age age-old
old age-old cloth with all the improve improvements
ments improvements that the new yarns sdp sdp-ply.
ply. sdp-ply. f'
. Acrilan, the acyri'ic which
little more than a year i ;o has
originated In the United States a
little more than a year ago, has
been subjected within the past 12
months to rigorous tests and expe experiments
riments experiments in the Yorkshire woollen
industry; which, within this short
Itime has given it a niche n the
garment industry which was nev never
er never achieved in the United States.
Acrilan, when blended, spun, and

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE Two safes 5B and
71 inches high, double doors.
Excellent buy. Call 2-4930.
THE CURUNDU POST RES RESTAURANT
TAURANT RESTAURANT offers invitation to
bid on contract to operate a RA RADIO
DIO RADIO and T.V. REPAIR SHOP in
Curundu, C.Z. Prospective bid bidders
ders bidders are invited, to visit the op operations.
erations. operations. Bids should be submit submitted
ted submitted in duplicate, in sealed enve envelopes
lopes envelopes properly identified on the
outside, and enclosed in another
envelope addressed to the In Installation
stallation Installation Officer for the atten attention
tion attention of the Post Restaurant Of Officer.
ficer. Officer. Bids will be opened 1400
hours on 1 April 1958 in the
Post Restaurant Building. For
further information calPtu
.urun-
du 6205 or 4268.
FOR SALE Returning home.
Will sell new coat suit, dresses.
Reasonable. Call 51 7-1 Colon.
FOR SALE Pair Love Seats;
1949 P I y m o uth, DeLuxej
Quarters 427-B, Ft. Clayton,
Phone 5209.
FOR SALE Desk, inquire Jan Janitor
itor Janitor in rear of Swift and Co. No.
T1-132 Hopkins.
FOR SALE Collapsible Eng English
lish English baby cart with frinoed top.
Mattress, new. Tel. 3-1659, ca calls
lls calls F, No. 10 El Cangrejo.
, PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS EMPTY DRUMS FOR SALE
Sealed bids, for opening in pub public,
lic, public, will be received until 10:30
10:30 a.m., March 28. 1958, in
the office of Superintendent,
Storehouse Branch, Balbqa, for
empty metal drums, 5055-cal-lon,
located at the Mt. Hope
Warehouse and Cristobal Store Storehouse.
house. Storehouse. Invitation No. S-58-397
may be obtained from Office of
Superintendent, Store house
Branch, Balboa, telephone 2 2-1086.
1086. 2-1086. woven by the Yorkshire worsted
industry results in cloths which
have all th wpll-knnwn nnaiiiUa
of a fine worsted with the added

advantages of shape retention, DUluJor saiy ana nome
crease and .pleat retnetion, quiflk sae y'
wrinkle shedding and easy tailoer-J A"angements for the "dutch "dutch-ing.
ing. "dutch-ing. Moreover, these new bleriu ,reat Iunpheon to be held prompt prompted
ed prompted fabrics have a color a tape a 'J' t. 12 o'clock on Tuesday at the

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time ago would never have beenlm?e Dy the Council's health and

credited to a fabric containine
synthetic yarn.
In view of the recent amalira.
mation between B r i t a i n's two
greatest' rayon yam producers
(Courtaulds Ltd. and British Cela Cela-nese
nese Cela-nese Ltd.) there have been sug
gestions that the rayon industry
might become, seco.idarv to nthry1.
tetilxe productions. It is too ear-
ly yet to foretell the future of this
ndustry, but it appears to most
close observers that the concentra concentration
tion concentration will bring great benefits, par-
yams such as Tricel, the secon
"ry acetate yarn Dicel.
I These, spun on the cotton sys-
w.uiny as regards tne new
lem, produce a wide range of ve-
rv aorcpahi. nri a.w

ics m tne lower price brackets i?" ";"u "7U ?"", w ? ?-which
which ?-which it um,,ii h .u.i t'red in conjunction with a series

hnge. As a demonstation of confi'i
aence, British Celanese is staging,
ii 1958, one of the largest market
ing and publicity camigns it has
ever laupcneo to;spread news q
the virtues of tiies? new fabrics.
In the nylon field, many devel
opments took place in 1957. Bniir.
ed ny on yarns, in particular, pel

eu mio me wioeiy marketed stage i c..;r
and have completely changed the tie oy ScoutsL of Arneca, will
pictures for formal dothes Luxu ,reside .over esday lunch lunch-ricus,
ricus, lunch-ricus, decorative, full handling and f0",!0"111 alsVs t0 0,5 at"
easily draped, they are challencc t3nd?? Dy ine Cdujicil'-s oonorary
to the older si'k industry and ca ldent' Gov"

be offered at prices which have1 .inose persons wno nave oeen in in-a
a in-a very general appeal nave yited by the Council to attend the
The Scottish woolen industry -a I1".," re requested to acknow acknow-law
law acknow-law unto itself since it has no real 8e tneir. attendance by Monday
imitators is now changing itsia "ernopn m order to assist the
marketing policy. Hitherto, the ,com!? '" rK, Pnn'PS
greater part of the production-in'for th?..iftJr which wiU begid
some cases up to 90 Der cent of!prompVy at noon and be adjourn
turnover-has been shipped te the e no latcr 0,811 1:30 P m-'

United States. During 1957. how.
ever, ine lag in domestic consump consumption
tion consumption of woollen goods within the
United States led to drastic reduc reductions
tions reductions of imports o Scottish goods.
The resu't is that these knit
wear firms are combining thei
xorces and engaging in a combin combined
ed combined marketing and publicity cam
paign wnicn win PUB lcise the ona-
lity angle of Scottish woolens in
other overseas markets. To many
it will be the first opportunity to
obtain these high cility, artistic
productions
CONVINCING TESTIMONY
RALEIGH, N.C. (UP) Judg,
Albert Doub acquitted a womai
charged with drunken driving aft
er a witness testified the defend1
ant was "as sober as a judge."

AGEXC1AS

LOM-
CentraJ Ave
FARMACIA
Real Estate
FOR SALE Completely fur furnished
nished furnished cottage at Gorgon Beach.
Swim, fish, relax. Party who
wished to buy unable raise mon money.
ey. money. Phone Balboa 4474.
FOR SALE 3 bedroom house
and lots at 105 First Street, Las
Cumbres. Best offer. Phone Na Navy
vy Navy 3121.
FOR SALE Beautiful house et
Cerro Axul, 3 hectares of land.
For information call Monday
Phone 3-2001 at 8 a.m. to 12: 12:-00,
00, 12:-00, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Write A A-partado
partado A-partado 902 Panama.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE 22' Cabin Cruis Cruiser
er Cruiser "Gabi." Kermath 62 H.P.
with 2 x 1 reduction. Fully
equipped including galley, head
and outriggers. Celastic covered
hull, cabin tops and decks.
Launched January 1957. Per Perfect.
fect. Perfect. Moored Balboa Yacht Club.
Panama 3-0354 to 3:30 p.m.
evenings, Panama 3-0098.
FOR SALE 15' outboard cab cabin
in cabin cruiser, 25 H.P. Evinr'ude
motor, 1955, trailer, all acces accessories.
sories. accessories. Gatun 5-300.
Reward for return of small black
cocker spaniel named Lovey.
Tel. 6232 Curundu.
Safety Good Turn
Program "Kick-Off"
The Canal Zone Council of the
Boy Scouti of America will launch
its 1958 Safety Good Turn program
this week 'with a "kick-off' lunch'
eon expected to be attended by
some 150 communiy leaders and
friends of scouting.
A major etort o the local Coun Council
cil Council during this 48th Annicersars of
Boy Scouts, the year-long Safety
Good Turn Proeram was under
taken by the National jrganiza-
uon ai me suggestion M President
Eisenhower and is designed to
Mve every Scout and every lead
er, engaged in promoting traffic
1 uuvs. ijuuac nave u r. r. 11
a'1? u,"uiee neaaea ny uoi
Charles O. Bruce. In his letter o'
nvitatioh Co'. Bruce told commu community
nity community leaders "Your presence at
the "kick-Oif" luncheon will pert-
alnly be an inspiration to the 1, 1,-400
400 1,-400 Scouts, and the many police police-nen,
nen, police-nen, firemen and school officials
snaring in this important project
ine Puoiic service program to
13 ja"nched Tuesday is being un
ertaken by the Boy Scouts in co
peratlon with other .Canal Zone
afety organizations. Planning for
he traf ic safety phase o" the nrn-
pct which is the first to be placed
'iVPf4'011, includes bicycle rid-
cla"es ip be conducted each
day during April by the Can-
in
.f ruction in proper safety oroced
tvl talks k be ?iv.e.n ,he
i"" u'n" ( 'J Ti? u V"1C
7ST DrVriP? May the ,CanaJ
?!h SSSLif'S!! &
.!j,7Kr T r i
'iS",, b,cyc,lc "ety. msPections
LK1" V& ntoetot tape on
a, okes free of charge.
VUi
CREDENTIALS PRESENTED
CARACAS Venezuela (UP) (UP)-Edward
Edward (UP)-Edward J. sparks, new U.S. aih
bassador to Venezuela, today
oreseeld his credentials to
Rear Adm. Wolfgang Larrazabal
head of the ruling military junta
STOLE BIROS. JAILED
ALNWICK, England (UP) John
Cwnrriv 77.ve9r.nlrl lahnrpr
was'
jailed for a yeaf today tor
stealing his mother's pet para-
keets and lling them for $8,40
for beer money.
BUYS FULTON COMPANY
NEW YORK, Mreh 22 (UP)y (UP)y-West
West (UP)y-West Virginia Pulp and Paper (Jo.
today announced it is purchasing
for an undisclosed amount of cash
Fulton Bag and Products Co. of
New Orleans.

Ce4kaTaTa-

NE WS

Opportunity far assistant chief
accountant (male) American
firm' needs Panamanian age 3d
to 40 with college education or
equivalent. Must write and speak
English fluently and have three
to five years experience, prefer preferably
ably preferably with U.S. firm, including
one year in supervisory capacity.
Write giving qualifications to
ABC, Bex 134, Panama, R.P.

Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
Diablo Beauty Shop, offers you
a lively cold wave special for
$7.50. For appointment, call 2 2-1322
1322 2-1322 Diablo Service Center up upstairs.
stairs. upstairs. Living in the tropics doesn't ex excuse
cuse excuse your unkempt appearance.
For your own morale; for him;
for .EASTER bettei snatch' some
glamour. Easter specials. Genell's
Beauty Shop.i Cocoli Clubhouse.
Navy 3812.
WANTED Enlarger 2A x
2 will pay cash. Call New
York Studio, Tel. 391 -A, 11th
St. and Central Ave. Colon.
WANTED By North Ameri American,
can, American, businesswoman, small, mod modern
ern modern apartment, furnished, cool.
Room 210 Panama Hilton.
wa Bit of
LONDON, March 22 Among
assignments in sound radio whicn
are still enviable in these days
of television I would class that of
my friend Franklin Engelmann.
This breezy IJO-years-old com commentator
mentator commentator discovered years ago a
special flair for microphone inter
views with all sortiand conditiopsl

of mep and women at their jobs,a 1 TnL LJ n
all over the Uni'ed Kinfidom 8 "lteraI meanmg next May when
an over me unuea rungaom. o.(. n. t-i-uisinn i,.n

In the British Broadcasting
Corporation's Light Programme
he has just started a new series
of "Down Your Way", which giv
es him a fine pretext for button
holing people on the spot and get
ting them w talk about themsel
ves and their work.
Carrying his tape recorder
around like a family doctor with
his little black bag, "Jingle" to
give him his nickname is osten
siblv seeking their help in the
choice of a tune for broadcasting
(But in each case, before we get
round to the music, he has work worked
ed worked his spell 'to such good eifect
that the radio listener gets a well well-nigh
nigh well-nigh perfect sound portrait of the
person being interviewed.
AT WORK AND PLAY
Opening his 1958 tour in Oxford,
Street, London's great west
through-fare of shop and hotels,
Engelmann first called on Hugh
Green, Trade Commissioner for
South Australia.
Within a minute or two, we listen
ers at home had formed a vivid
menial impression of this forth forthright
right forthright personality as he talked, not
only about the thousands of Aus Australians
tralians Australians who came to See him
every year, but the emigrants to
Australia from Britain "a good
cross-section of the best types in
the country."
Green chose 'Waltzing Matilda'
for his signing-off tune, after
which we were whisked across the
street a big store to meet
women perfumery buyer (Grieg's
Piano Concerto), and then for a
few words with rn hotel luggage
porter whose clients are mainly
overseas visitors (German folk
sons.
"Jingle" tells me that, before

many weeks have passed, he will visory Councils to enter the Ar Ar-have
have Ar-have convered hundreds of miles, ny's third annual "Operation
calling on cities, towns and even,service Club" contest,
remote i villages "Down Youri Service club councils throughout
Way". the Panama and Antil'es areas
By the end of bis six months' are to submit in scrapbook form
tour, regular listeners will have one entry to Lt. Col. Leslie C.
a fairly comprenhesive mental ,Vood, chief o" Special Services,
image of Britain at work and play USACARIB, not later than Feb.
3, 1959. He will submit the best

CITY REBUILT
It is, of course, possible to
roam tht country without resort resorting
ing resorting to radio arid catchy melodies.
I have just "visited" the city of
Coventry, heart of the motor in industry,
dustry, industry, in the very midd!? o; Eng
land, by means of a remarkable
model now on view at London's
Building Centre.
Coventry, raked in a single
night by one of the most terrtoie
and concentrated of bombing raids
in World War II, has taken on a
new look. In 12 years about $188,
000,000 have been spent in rebuild
mg.
Londoners are seeing for the,
first time something unique m
this country-a beautiful new city
with more than 20.M0 freshly
built houses and flats, 22 primary
schools, and still only one-third
finished a magnificent cathedral

In conteirtporary style to replace Cmmf! in determining the jp
the old church which was gutted jnd Scope of service club pro pro-in
in pro-in 1941. grams desired by soldiers.

Opportunity for accounting clerk
(female) America? firm needs
Panamanian 20 to 30 years old
with high school education and
two years experience in account accounting
ing accounting work. Must have knowledge
of bookkeeping and typing and
speak and writs English and
Spanish. Write giving qualifi qualifications
cations qualifications to ABC, Box 1 34, Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R.P.

SERVICES
3 -minute car wash $1. steam
cleaning of motor $5. waxing of
cars $6. Auto-Bane, Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears.
FOR THE BEST IN TV REPAIRS
Telephone Panama 3-7607 U. S.
TELEVISION All service C. O. D.
Dependable TV
Service)
R
easonable
eliable
adlo TV
epair
Crawford Agencies
Tel. 2-1905
Tivoli Ave. 18-20
Box 1890, Panama,
R.P.
The best dinner, and drinks
are served in out modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria grill and
bar Hotel Internacional "Pla "Pla-xa
xa "Pla-xa 5 de Mayo."
Leant Spanish, with Mrs. Rome Romero's
ro's Romero's conversational system, be beginners
ginners beginners and1 advanced pupils.
Lessons mornings, afternoons
and evening. 4th of July Ave.
TI-352 in front Quarry Heights.
britm w
In a city so closely associated
with the automobile industry,
shoppers' parking problems are
solved by running the cars up
ramps on to the market'! flat
roof.
IN SEARCH ON A MONSTER
'Dowir YouWay" will take on
- "" "vaKTtusvu rsTfVia v tn
search of a notorious Loch Ness
Monster in Scotland.
Deep down in this famous High
land lake, specially protected tej
levision cameras will probe around
in an attempt to prove, or dis disprove,
prove, disprove, the existence of this fabul fabulous
ous fabulous creature, said to resemble a
sea-serpent and allegedly vouched
for by witnesses visiting Loch
Ness from all over the world.
Scientists have tended to scoff
at the notion of a monster.
What a vindication it would be
for the pro-monster school of
thought if the beast were located
on the screens at the very mo
ment next May when the institu institution
tion institution of Electrical Engineers try
out BritairTs new "flat" television
tube. This revolutionary device,
giving a front to back depth of
only five inches, can be hung on a
room wall like a picture.
It has been developed at the
Imperial College of Science and
Technology under the sponsor sponsorship
ship sponsorship of Britain's National
Research Development Corpora Corporation.
tion. Corporation. The invention uses a new prin
ciple of electron-optics. Lord Hals
bury, managing director of the
Corporation, has said it will be
equally suitable for monochrome
or color television, so it should be
able to take even the Loch Nest
Monster in its stride.
Army Service Clubs
Planning To Enter
Annual Competition
Plans are underway by U.S. Ar-
nv Caribbean Enlisted Men's Ad
entries to Department ot me ar
my for All-Army competition
Each entry will include a sam-
p e of a cmo program suRgesieu
and developed Dy me r,nnaieu
Men's Adyisory Council, and a
samde of a military community
relations oroiect conducted by the
Uervice club staff in cooepration
with the MAC.
The contest will be judged local locally
ly locally by a board o' three judges prior
to AH-Army competition.
A first prize of $75 and a second
of $50 will be given to the win winners
ners winners in eaeh of the two categories,
while the entry receiving the high-
- egt point total Will be awarded a
grand prize of $100.
casn awards will be used to im-
Lrove the appearance o" service
c;bs or for operational aids.
The Adiutant General is spons
oring "Operation Service Club"
principa ly to encourage continued
end wider use of Enlisted Men's

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Air Force Paintings
On Display in Tivoli
Paintings by six prominent artists, all members of the Society. of Illustrators
In New York. City, arrived recently at Head qus-rters, Caribbean Air Command, for ex exhibition
hibition exhibition on the Isthmus.
The 16 paintings, loaned to-the Caribbean Air Command, were done in 1956
Iwhen the artists visited Albrook Air Force and several South American Republics.
These paintings will be on display at the Tivoli Guest House from tomorrow till

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paintings of the group are
rHio nramatkv. who Was

in Dallas, Texas, April 12,

Btnrtipd at Stanford Univer

sity, Chouinard Art Institute in

LOS Angeles, anu wiui viucuit
ftinkle, Pruett Carter, and Barse
Gramatky is a member or the
hiiional Academy, Society of Il Illustrators,
lustrators, Illustrators, Salmagundi Club, Am American
erican American Watercolor Society, and
numerous others. He has won ma maty
ty maty distinguished awards and he
has works exhibited .throughout
America in galleries and muse museums.
ums. museums. .,
Gramatky is the author and u u-kuteatpr
kuteatpr u-kuteatpr of many top selluig books.
His watercolors in this collection
ar entitled "Village Near Quito,
Eetaailor'' and "Officers' Club at
PallMuero, Colombia."
The group include three oils by
Hdarer Hill, who is a graduate of
Parson's School for Fine and Ap Applied
plied Applied Art.
He has done advertising art for
host of the leading U. S. agencies
m important accounts. Hill's il illustrations
lustrations illustrations have appeared in ma ma-iy
iy ma-iy top magazines.
As a fine painter he is vice res res-flent
flent res-flent of the New Jersey Watercol Watercol-ar
ar Watercol-ar Society, and his works have
appeared in museums throughout
e United States of America.
These oils depict "Jungle Sur Sur-vlval
vlval Sur-vlval Trainine" conducted by
Caribbean Air Command in the
Canal Zone, "Intranee to the

Qtiito, Ecuador, Airfield, ana
an "Auxiliary Airfield in Colom Colombia."
bia." Colombia." John Moodie has five watercol watercol-rs
rs watercol-rs in the collection.
Moodie was born in Newark,
Sew Jersey, in 1918. He studied
it Parsons Art School and School
if Professional Arts in New York,
and also with individual artists.
Moodie has illustrated for ma ma-'
' ma-' ly important manufacturers. His
Ivorks also appear in famous ma ma-mines.
mines. ma-mines. Hennas paintings in many per pertinent
tinent pertinent collections and has had
xhibitions throughout the country.
Hit paintings include scenes
of "The Technical Assistance
Program of the USAF" done in
Lima, Peru, the "USAF School
for Latin America," at Albrook;
"FM Aircraft of tht Venezuelan
Air Force," "American Pilots"
and "Headquarters, Caribbean
Air Command."
John Pike, represented by one
lainting, was born in Woodstock,
Sew York, in 1911. He has had 18
ne-man exhibitions and has wa wa-lercolors
lercolors wa-lercolors in a large number of pub pubic
ic pubic and private collections.
Pike is the winner of the Amer Amer-pan
pan Amer-pan Watercolor Society Award;
. Salmaugndi Black and White
Prize, and National Academy Hal Hal-ixten
ixten Hal-ixten Prixe.
Hfe has done illustrations and
lovers for leading U.S. Magazines

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rived arrived at Albrook in 1956. Above, left to right: Homer Hill,
Hardie Gramatky, Walter D. Richards, and John Pike.

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Pike is a member of the Na-

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sociation; Association; Philadelphia Watercolor
Club; and Society of Illustrators.
His painting is entitled "Mission
Plane Quito, Ecuador."
A ltihograph and a watercolor
are provided by Walter D. Rich Richards.
ards. Richards. He was born in Penfield, Ohio,
and is a graduate of Cleveland
School of Art.
Richards has done illustrations
for important manuiacturers and
his works appear in leading ma magazines.
gazines. magazines. He has exhibited at Cleveland
Museum of Art and has won First
Prize in lithography for four con consecutive
secutive consecutive years.
Richards. has also exhibited at
the Art Institute in Pennsylvania,
the Academy of Fine Arts, Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn Museum, Metropolitan Muse Museum,
um, Museum, and the Whitney Museum.
He is a member of American
Watercolor Society, Connecticut

waiercoior society, Westport Ar Artists,
tists, Artists, and numerous others.

mree paintings by Allen Seal Seal-burg
burg Seal-burg are included. They er.
"USAF School for Latin Ameri America,"
ca," America," "Night Take-Off in Vene Vene-xuela,"
xuela," Vene-xuela," and "Pan-American F F-86."
86." F-86." Saalburg studied at the Art

Student's League in New York. In
his early career he did free-lance
advertising art and miin. fl.

lustration. He then worked on dec

orative painting, specializing oft
traditional American subjects.

oaaiDurg made three trips to
Paris where he worked on decor decorative
ative decorative panels end screens. H i s
paintings were exhibited at Bern-

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heim Jeune in Paris and Jones and
Erwm in New York.
He painted murals in a number
of public buildings in New York.
Saalburg then painted land landscapes
scapes landscapes and still life subjects. He
had three shows a-t Kraushaar
Galleries. He has done consider considerable
able considerable large mural work including
murals at the Nw York World's
Fair.
At present, Saalburg is printing
American primitive subjects by
silk screen process.
The paintings, documenting the
activities of the Caribbean Air
Command, have been displayed on
Albrook at the Officers' Club the
Non-Commissioned Officers' Club,

ma the Airman s Carib Lounge.
On Armed Forces Day, the paint paintings
ings paintings were exhibited at a recep reception
tion reception held by the commander of
tie Caribbean Air Command, Maj.
Gen. Truman H. Landon and Mrs.
Landon.
In mid-March, the paintings were
on display at the Jewish Welfare
Board USO in Balboa.
The Air Force invited members
of the Society of Illustrators in
1954 to visit its bases and outposts
all over the world.
The response was enthusiastic,
and groups Sp top artists made in indoctrination
doctrination indoctrination tours to far-flung Air
Force installations.
As a patriotic gesture to the
tit Force, the artists gave their
1 me and talent. Altogether, more

tian 50 of the artist-travelers hive
I resented almost 200 o" their maj major
or major paintings to the Air Force.
! In recognition of this, the Socie Society
ty Society of Illustrators has received the
'i ir Force Exceptional Service A A-iward.
iward. A-iward. Some of the paintings now are
on display in the Pentagon. Oth
er collections are on exhibit at
I Air Force bases and in leading

art centers throughout the United
States.

The Society of Illustrators has

played an important role in the

comprehensive program of docu

menting Air Force activities and

a va'uable record of our air age
has been provided by these dis

tinguished artists.

Upon completion of the Air

Force Academy at Colorado,

many of these paintings will be
hung permanently.

irot Dnito.

lass, university of California
nursing senior, became the
Navy's first Nurse Corps Can Candidate,
didate, Candidate, when shejoolc the Navy
oath at San Francisco. The
Nurse Corps Candidate pro program,
gram, program, recently Instituted by the
Navy, allows qualified student
nurses to join the Navy while
continuing their eduration.

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MAJ. GEN. ttuJOAN H. .LANDON, commander, Caribbean.
AOlr Command and Mrs. Landon are shown viewing the art
collection wben it was exhibited at the Albrook. Officera
Club.