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The Panama American
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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00692
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.tIU LD # UG E 'Preerni
shower tells newsmen Tin
Washington1 that he would be
wling to make a lot of con-
OBesiop In his attitude toward
ltiwia and would favor Big
,urxploratory talks among
ag Miisters after the
agreements to rearm Germany
are finally ratified.



ys Bishop

pr zet aon nm '_, ahLy
olin Bishop Daniel J. Feeney
wrote yesterday in ie oc
Ban weekly, Church World.
Rey. Feeney, bishop coadjutor
of Maine, said "familiar" use, of
these nicknames could lead to
isrespect for the office of Pres-
ident. which he called "the
most exalted civil office In the
Nshop Feeney criticized "the
rlit of levity and irreverence"
* h, he said, "is fast becom-
S o much a part of our
American scene."

S(nal Tugs I

Fo dp Freighter

Aigiund Alt aiboa
Three Canal tugs today will
Batain to pull out the 7800-
ffreighter Robert Lucken-
Oah which ran aground one
md a half miles north of Gam-
a yesterday afternoon.
Throughout the night and up
til noon today the Canal's
oer dredgeCascadas was dig-
Smud algsde In an at-
t to free e freighter.
three ,ugs, which were
ed t a th ship yester-
were unaWe to free her, and
dredge waS summoned by of-
he erations are
F. A. Jr., Marine
b pizta and Capt. Cin-
ifl V. the

Civil Defense Expert

Gives A-Raid Advice

Run For I

WASHINGTON, March 25. -
(UP) -4 Civil Defense Admin-
istrator Val Feterson said yes-
Sterday people who live in cities
must run for their lives in
ase of atomic attack. He said
it would be "suicide to remain."
"There is no alternative,"
Peterson told a Senate public
works subcommittee. "No one
near the point of release of thit
terrific force can survive."
Peterson said flatly Russia has
"the capability" to wage atomic
Therefore, he said, the govern-
ment must make plans to eva-
cuate "nearly 70 million people
in the-92 cities included in our
7T critical target'areas."
The Civil Defense chief testi-
fied in support of President Ei-
senhower's 18-year $101,000,000
federal-stage roadbullding pro
gram. He said more highways
are needed to escape from cities
under attack.
"Even with increased warning
time," he said "many cities
cannot be. completely. evacuated
because of inadequate high-
"Petewson said "if the pe-
ple of the world had enough
sense not to fight," there
would be no need to plan civil
H said he agrees with the
Prftdent. that "tMe more we
StE! thwimoam w* rfAUmz thlm

(our Lives
I -"
But he agreed it Is necessary
to be prepared, Just In case.
Peterson declined tq comment
on the relative merits of the
,President's road-bullding plan
and an alternate program pro-
posed by sub-committee chair-
man Albert Core (D-Tenn.).
The President's plan has run
into sharp attack from Demo-
erats. Its most controversial fea-
ture is A scheme to finance ai
$5.000,000,000 Interstate high-
way network with special gov-
ernment bonds. The Core bill
would expand the present system
of tax-paid federal aid to states
for roads.
Peterson aid, however, that
"the rapid Improved of our
highways sys-ien In vital as a
civil defense measure."
He said evacuation tests in
Milwaukee showed an additional
80,000 persons could have been
evacuated within three hours
with road Improvements costing
SStudies showed 60 per cent of
Milwaukee's population could be
moved to safety in two hours -
the maximum warning hoped
for, under existing circumstanc-

X-Ray CHnc
Work Ct(wiled

'IA msbcous ~eO member Ind a I
it- d Army ge eraL bad he AU work ezaepw eargept or e-
thinks 'nations might it use mergency X-ray wrk be
atomic and hydrogen .weapons curtailed in the X-ray Cihic at
because tey are so hoErible." Gorga hospital for the next six
weeks to permit the complete re-
modeling of the offices and
Rooms occupied by the clinic, it
Pg r M l4 has been announced at Gorgas
Generally X-ray therapy cases
medical Cl IC will be referred to Coco Solo
Hospital d-ring that period and
To ra oonely routine X-ray work will be
T o 1 orah postponed, .
Work of remodeling the X-ray
The district medical clinic in clinic was started this week and
the townslte of Pedro Miguel will include the enlarging of
will be closed March 29 and a some of the rooms; the lay ng of
first aid station will be opened new floors: the conversion of
in Paralso April..1, it has been one room nto an office and re-
announced by the Health Bu- ception room, and complete in-
reau. terlor paoUting of the whole
Dr David Senzer, who has'S ulte.
been district _physician In Pe- The remodeling of the offices
dro Miguel wjn remain on duty and therapy rooms occupied by
through March 30, however, to the X-ray Clinic and other Im-
take care of emergencycallS. provements will mark the comr-
He WWlthen be transferred to pletion of the new 60-cycle X-
Gorgas Hospital where he Will ray department which w a s
bp on duty for the next four started in 1953 when the first
months to replace Dr. Grace M. piece of 60-cycle equipment, a
th o r epla D therapy machine was received
Stewart who Is going to the and installed at a cost of about
States on annual leave. the yta at a ct of abo
Senser eventually will be trans- This was followed by two co-
ferred to the District Medical bination 60-cycle radiographic-
Clinic in Gamboa where he will fluoroscopic machines, which
assume the duties of District have all the latest devices for
Physician in charge. I efficient and economical service.
The first, aid station to be The new 60-cycle X-ray Clin-
opened In Paralso will be similar ic at Gorgas was planned soon
to the one now in operation in after the last war because most
Balboa. A nurse and a helper improvements and developments
will be on duty eight hours in X-ray equipment are confin-
each day. ed or adapted only to 60-cycle
Until the completion of the equipment and because of the
new Civic Center in Paralso, the impending conversion of the en-
first Aid Station will be located tire Canal Zone from 25 to 60-
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FORGOTTEN MAN Jose Ramon Guizado cannot see the fstal Schmeisser which brought him to
his p-'esent predicament, as Deputies and officials crowd around (left) to examine the weapon.
(Photo: Hindi Diamond)

PC Inviting Bids

For Biggest-Ever

Pintli P Contract
Bids will be invited for nearly
300 sets of family quarters an.
several public buildings in the
Canal Zone by the Panama Ca-
nal Company. This will be the
largest group of painting jobs.
ever to be advertised at onel
The bids will be opened April'
The work will include the
exterior painting, including'
roofs of 291 sets of quarters In
Ancon, Balboa, Diablo Heights.
Margarita. and Gatun.
Public buildings Included in,
the lot for exterior painting in-:
elude the Balboa Commissary
retail store, Diablo Heights and
Santa Cruz Service Centers, the
former fire station at Diablo
Heights and the two-story of-
flee building at Diablo Heights.
Most of the family quarters
to be painted are composite
buildings, although some are of
masonry construction. The paint
work to be required on the lat-
ter will be only the exterior
wood work. '
The invitations for btds, which
are to be advertised immediately,
will itemize the various jobs so
that 'prospective contractors may
inter bids on individual ebs.

AEC Postpones
Firing Of Large '
Nuclear Device
LAS VEGAS, N9v., March 25
(UP) The Atomic Energy'
lmmsl/aon decided , popta, !
yOw firing of a ihgle nuclear
evfe itop a 500-foot towr, to-
tl said it woultI geI
i r t scheduled * a.m. I
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Will Be Talking

All Day Today

At Guizado Trial

Special government prosecutor Jos6 N. Lasso de la
Vega, whose opening address at the Guizado trial lasted
nearly 13 hours and extended ovqr three days, believes
his closing address will occupy all today's session, he told
the National Assembly this morning.
SHe had already been speaking most of yesterday
afternoon and evening.
Lasso de la Vega is prosecuting impeached president
Jos6 Ram6n Guizado for complicity on the assassination
of President Jose Rem6n. He is also representing the mur.
dered president's widow, Dofia Cecilia Pinal de Rem6n.
Principal points in his current address include:
1) A proposal that aU those in the plot to overthrow
Rem6n, but not involved in the actual killing, be granted
amnesty "to restore the country's stability. '
2) A proposal that the death penalty be introduced
in P a n a m 6. Twenty years is presently t h e maximum
3) A statement that a 45 caliber weapon, as well as
the fatal 9 mm Schmeisser machinegun, was used by Re-
m6n's assassins.
This is the first open cohkadiction of confeMd kI.1
of R 0.Mr6' stde. t th"se w e ibe. m id

IsaeY b a the ntrc rateM
S o persoasahauldbe no leowtbaa12wth

d h im d the investqaon, W in addition, the pOWUN.1Or
the r r asserted. ; recommended groun i
He speculated that the group covering every ro
probably had been Invited topt police force so th fom
up money to aid the plot with minute a policeman nte th
the understanding that it was force he knows th t case of
aimed at overthrowing the Re- death his family wI ba taken
mon administration with the care of.
help of certain dissident mem- He said monthly eompena.
bers of the National Guard (ro- tons should be available to all
lice) sons of a member of Cie pole
Another proviso was that the force killed in action untithey
money was o to be del o the are 21 years old and every
plotters when Guizado became daughter until she marries.
President. The prosecutor em- Referring to arguments of dew
phasized that they probably had tense counsels FeUpe Juan Eoo-
no Idea that the plot included bar and Guillermo Marque Bri-
plans to assassinate President cefto concerning the month of
Remon. the meeting between Guizado
Lasso de la Vega moved on and confessed slayer Ruben 0.
from this point to a critique of Miro In the former's office in the
working conditions in the Ouar- (Continued on Page i1)

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DEATH WEAPON (left) is held up for inspection by Maj. Jose
M Pinilla. commander of the Carcel Modelo and one of Gulzado's
guards At left. held by Presidential Guard commander MaJ.
otonto Huff. la the Schmelspr which confused assain Ru-
en MNr identified Mbe.f te' actual murder gupa ws found.
It left Is defee att#W y Odbeo arquez Bds efo, whoe
w~. of the cMuflen oae tbe two gus was rempmable

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T 911 ONE VEAP. IN ADVANO S1.502 4.00 BY VIT4*
the Draw ewo hol
THIs Is YOUR FORUM TH. READERS OWn. COLUMN Nt o. ert regula n.. Unit Drewu P orn. 1 t .,
four-dayweek And hood; Nay d- ; vu r
r to-day ewee i d-en m t d on' tlHf\ \d from Co g s .* W aot -iNvj
SM A ILA l r ieter .oa8 0MXter ht hois rWrt know it.,from lrma t-o'.T"t
uand 1&4%b-giving.4t thought. prtectin
N T :' "" Reuther and. advisers need '' e .e"t. t d. ,- u
a -major daemdnd. torM or the 1" i .iWAn"MI
The Mol' o ison open forum for readers of The Panama American. ext t m arond for negota the G 1 Sol A I
a Letters are received groteoully and are handled in a wholly confidential tiORs with tbe. bli auto com.th. made complYtely safe b Jtne Am" lglon of whi I
S eann', ,m, ipanees. AW tr while tIW narche s membet.. Girld Scout handbook hseen copletl*
it you contribute e letter don't be Impatient if it doesn't appear thi on for most people i tries for ed upwd
*sat wa. Leers are published In the ord received. Rather ad s
Plom try to keep the letters limited to one page length.

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rsod a RIVING TESTSe natr Wsa g y ou don't like ia one. uggest1o the h ean do
air RIatterl W&fis .. .s out. Girl cut national o fliers scaled
AutV itof the I1llnc18 Amarican Le ion. Thei b d thu ge
Many persons, both In the Canal Zone and in Panama, take week into a pep rally and witha raenda" Apearently m O n he t nr
driving lessons from a retired Panama Canal employee. This man following through with a pro- h'atredns p- t-
is a qualified driving instructor; I have never heard any cqm- Taeda dri ve. Ad they to fI the Sutuire, 01k Scoutw aren't to a
in about his ser slices: .ustthe opposite, I hae heard many have th GAW for th U 17. nd tru d. to o t I outs n ue able
eudmmhndatory remarks about his work. .Ic principle from the FordNO. and country," sidboth the ole acn nw hdbok ,
son how to drive a motor vehicle, this person receives the neces- The rest of the auto Indus i oe nomeanht. t and
sar training to operate a car according to traffic lAws in the try, If not the rest of all Ae s ghtirl Souts wa eo wende b Wn rfs Al
Canal Zone and in the Republic of Panama. industry, will fall in line with tn Girl Scour ent of a dangeroud.d a i a ol.
Now it so happens that many persons fall to pass a driving some o of., payment by the de Willke. N ow the pin reads "My
test after having been trained by the instructor in question. Ofyear .eld of; by the hour i The Girl Scouts was fo :ded by a wonderful, 0orrd-
course, the lack-of adequate training is out. and the We4. ngtn ne uo te iy Lst othe
Then it could be that the person taking the test becomes What next? ng wo th named Ju.lette L Last year t or.amtion
exceedingly nervous and makes errors that she or he would not Reports indicate that the Au. that Ow its exstnce to he r ae otn o
,ake otherwise: it could also be that the perSon giving the test to Union will characterse its h sy described her as One e
Ioes not assulne the right attitude and is responsible for such a next campal n a drive for o J IIls the factu statement thay the coe"if s o rldab
State of nervousness on the part of the applicant. Ithe neutralizing of theeffectsh h t e t shap s ,in herdively minc man years orte phrase
In my estimation, a man giving a driving test should Minpire of automation. became common.s The phrase e no longer common; it's to be
confiednce instead of fear: after all, he is not dealing wit albeamed m.
=adeneid criminal. A man's attitude affects everybody If- They will have a change to So dowt orlot
rently.There are lots of nice police officers in the force that launch this new push in 1957, d&ughrto jora mo,
could handle this work to everybody's satisfaction. or in 1959 at the latest, beeauae L er ton ln a ac
As a rule, the person that takes a driving test has been op- they are determined that the SaWe an% o -
ar.arr.na car for a short period and cannot be expected to be a United Auto Workers UnWlo Will NAVY HIDES FACTS
Perfect driver. The nervous strain under whLah.the applicant not again sign a five-year con.-___-_-__,
is operating should also be taken into consideration tract. TheyS willalnupf tr WTon WOn p uic, on hhant disecrt h n bth d e pet the htgh -
A Fifty Dollar Lser short-term pact tiAs ime so ington one public, one highlyseret Onboth depdthe t
they can smooth out the Gutr- I y of thenation No. 1- the debate n oness riht now e

S i a b. we sh in to nDiseassionNo. s-Was secret meeting of a
Der Sir Many of these dmns naval officers. at hich it was a minted the a e carri.
I should be doing math problems now, but another MATS be htird in the ourse of A -- o 4 more vulnerable to enemy attack today than durg th
plane- just shook the tiles off the roof and de-concentrated me hitting speeches in Cleveland W...e. o t'Hoar.,..

Swe dYoud think that with all thiscomo lette to hi constituent, "we of the Nw Hamp- ave onl s n with this com p for tw yes. Congessrris Cotton up the workers' para hc must decide whether more carriers e. ere re two mple: t
rtth. that somebody had brains and established Rio In additIon to whooping it shire delegation at a been bmfttoi our heads a- I s p out by looking at the cornersag tone, was delmrd thle undred
| eO we Ma ian apSx eht the Ar Focbrs, abut dewoieuasedo fer, hi dy s The ai satould whic mae t aays to getr m thee postoffice Department to issue clue on progress: Upon being .ked when con-
elRemember, you guys thaudent body in Panama relayed right ive us ato their raise a strike fund, they' What a commemorative stamp. cosr- Duikobra, a weekly journalarge noted in a which he Yet, the vitalcnference of naval expert decided, that I ean no

h m create two .. e-pr.ue r cies memory the 150th anniversary of that fa- Issue that pJ. was celebrAtin, the fifth an- longer count u... radar tmo detect approaching eped ny atta
we adi bod y t t e school here but we. are compelled byot a MATw.. take the. ori ofL ther toous Hampshire landmark and tourist at- nversary of the eiery of his car to a repair This a because of the development otets
tted.s wl ""T hI o 'd ou y oi t h co rsoe w i t lth gier ttr ta tonis c tithetset heoNiewH a p- I r h only benae mealr tr cpedoTherrcet pared for nas Clon Mthet ecd
ed mnber that somebody had brains ve where it is made a triO t. In addon to whoo ping enator Cotton went to the White House 1953 a serviceman had told the owner the best ing propellr blA th are harder to detect. A highe -
bl oiMnt of how "nice" is t would be for a if the Air Force moved biably be La strd. Wooo an to di lans for a Preidetal ti to New way to start his car ws to t it ollig from qncies v been adted for search rar: t anttiae are

han that time. cr Hato, two -prebut we, thn h thought about lif 70 meg thles from Norman th anniversary of that fa- issue that J. R. asas celebrating the fifth aab the to of ahilln- too mall; and the motion prevent the arc
wht he Al vilization. The delegts wi heir cries put over his deal. Thee's a growing suspicion among highway antennae.
Don't MiLter they have in Hat. And if the for a80-houra weekor 40e hO Immediately I began shedding crocodile tears experts in Washington that President hisen- What this means, ad ,itted the Navy's top expe t their
g want. wha therer is s t tata hat trigues r. on the subject of the stamp, reciting some of shower's $101 billion road program has halted secret meeting, is that the chance of warning carrier galnst
gent wha re oat argues the lesser e vents that had been commemorated, highway planning n mar y sates. Some gd- a je- t ttack is "aero
1up ,Its n ssal te of m oftl, taxf it. It's the willbetalkof protesting that New Ham ire had been left eorsn state legislatuaes and state highway cor Yet none of this information was transmitted to orie
idt .e f enough to pay those taxes he was manning day deek. ut in the old. and in istn t t if ithe Presl- missi tons hve o taken the attitude of, "Lets wait wpch has to dectid whether taxpayers should spend m ooA
: about. ~opportur Fitt ree red-h fr the dent is coming we should have the osta, which and we wat Uncle Sam oes before we spend carriers or put their tax dollars in other weapons
........ ........Futu......... e Tax aye. would honor him as well as the other 'o0d Man.' an OOt ownmoney. "-,,, ..
B'9thre f not lite ea the a o ot tother on who's responsible for te eedete se e carrae 6y 1 h that
4g Jd nien t lk go 1 w0th r- theeqsutre p ted prou ,aseftav medrangoroul co to dey. ouUSr ] WOTE-',A ^,-
rm He Will don 's sponsoring L ;Abor Day. 70 a cflenlt of Its plnea are hiad back toe
S f ^ffitt ;thing t Har e m 30 per cent spared ro
.... w E -c (me- another dtaefurantsee.d Pn a the t wir to a recent U. 8. Chamber of Cm- D in the Korean war, for example, the Navy bo fl
fnual W e), but he and-a a rt questionnaire on special days, weeks ant ing aI sorties. t of these a s .tgeIang total 02 6,000
,L E .N I ing technicias will have an Rc better art n the Rep months obOrved in the United tated, CIO dis- sorties were strictly defensive an d ldn't doa sgle b pa
tion program reaching beydn ecor of two ears go on the num r of bills claimed s nsorship for-Labor and claim- enemy target.
merely this next horizon. Le ed. It's twice as good, in act. ed it was uncle am's re nsibility. In response Here e e other almot unbelievable acts:

Re uther be p same od ile the ew Repu an A wide n and unluh appal for to defend hal th e continental United ita
platfom. And he he have majority was trying to get organized, only four turn .to 1 time political spoils and patrona e Most mremen do't know this, not because nt's 'a
I e stage all to hilmsTelf except bills were passed. ysaems has been made by .ASsistant 8ecreta but because iey don't have Wtime to read appropriations Thear
Sor appearance ow AwL preas- In the first two monte of 1954, however, the of Commerce James C. Worthy. ,ings. But to defend Its t car rers, the Navy will use 1190atl ht-
S. dent George Me any eu their s, Republicans checked off 12 new laws, 50 per cet "I think that in our enthusiasm for etend- era. To protect half the entire United States. the Air Forde has
thereforer not like ly let this better than this year. ing the scope ~of the o il service merit system, been authorized' nly 175 fighters.
coenti go by Most imortant measure passed this year was we have come dangerously close to denying our Furthermore, carriers are vulnerable not perely to a -
themi rhetoric the authorition for thePresident to defend oital parte the sustenance they need to re tack but to submare warfare. Proof this is that o
Iost important measure pssed AGENor eeaLabas w ehavayfr 271mee ars., oie 1o denyinour

Of course, no one can entirely Formosa with U. S. forces. Among the tricky- tain their health and. vitality," he declared in vessels in a typical task group, the amazing of 32 re
S: predict just what Reuther plans track bills that scooted through this year were a speech to, personal administrators. si nad todefenh e.
1U1*JIto tell his people as the world an invitation to hold the 1960 Olympic games in "Under the American political systemm" he FuRthe more, if the task fQrce sticks toeter n
I watches the arena in which Detroit and the correction of a clerical error in continued. "some unifying and sustaining fea- tion to avoid submarines, the' whole force can beyd
NTei r he will -cock his had in that the Internal revenue code which had abolished ture is necessary. Historically, this factor has one atomic bomb. But f the ships are spread out e0bta.
Whose u decharactertic de t seh penalties for violation of the narcotics laws. been patroage... Many difficulties of the Rp the effect of atomic attack, submarines can easily thou l
also iltimis d la St lch making gesture of his specthe Communist CzechoslovakIa continues to pro- blican party today are directly traceable to what the defense. This has got naval strategists in a .-
l. ls Isu Selingo making ges ure o hi t vide Free Europe Press with plenty of laughs for sthay best be described as 20 years of me nu- The Navy's chief argument agajost_ tr Fqrcee~onbers 1.
Sd m on America Industry, refirulation behind the n on Curtain o, show tritonn" c m that they are t o'land bAes. Yt .c erser aie
dient 'd,.cor ie he insays what lhe isrr uionsbeidto C t sw tn. dependent oln 1s btes: tthe M edeepnen alone, th9 N9vy
no l ...ptIl btedto addi. ahtte40 lan aae ever iie the..
vbeen rnot heir ed l-ra-unon vste, rlI uter eths are toos bgto p.ass thrt mat canalo
r is decor i d -blueprnt the ture for i D OBeADFor all rAaYal purpose, r e
uoae eiatohThere'# lte to all m-dt 19 O pOTge-Singnlficantly, Britain. a seafar nLc.nocm
Thisto tel O SO U M its carrier program tod the bone, i concena g
tacenterence in attreDt Nbv." carriers, ves fve lY buedng sunbmarnes. r
S"Our union po t loks te eUSaoSeHect Air-Naval Rfattoie'A dm. Arthur Radfor nation's
ward to the day whntt we wa l as eegarriers. He has complained privately to tha Tofh
take our Ieoin CCan vo. b lt aet rhede man, is uTrious at the c heN
oieA r f ahe A int trah e I ': hn Ar Force chIef, that Air Force mu1

stan g an Increase in PICK UP YOUR PHONE AND CALL With Col Eesme n a rest theA
international tensions r 'o f mrpg. 8iste Department that tough old foreign Mootovl

produ tion. The timing of e You WJII Find Helpful and Willing ~Se r o R eeent tw l a to be staying in thoe b thee.
_l A t o his neV fower can be found t a'*the sp-

Wof -n Wellington Investment Fund of 143 Locust St., PPhiadelphIs, Pa. DOt t o close friend. Gen. mZavengazi, as Rusla's -

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ret' a ak' ~u te 0 ame ftt a PROBLEMS, BUT... l '
=4Zthe swter wek week
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LII p eP'",,d-" K tON-S1UCK VOUNOSTER9--TheibR boys are looking ld t over the wastes of the moon Plastic Models of present ing Paper and a com.
uIr Ithe earth rising in the backgrotad, 'ome 240,000 miles aWy. The lunar landscape Is one and
SWhen today'a hand was played % of the new "black-light" murals unveiled at the Hayden Planetarium in New York City. Special day jets, WW1 and WW2 plate line of acessorila
Sin a recent total point team paint and ultraviolet lighting give the mural a special 3-D quality and cause the stars and the
match, one eclarer was defeated I earth to glow with reality models, also cars and frdm Mounting B
by an unexpected shift to his weakr
"5-9 f suit. The other declarer expetd ships of all typs.
., Is tooPi meas OL h ,t .. s hips of all types. Piano Wire. u
101 nst T, rs LcrluJ Admits Paul Dies
"W puts up the mon for that book. dad- osp, beer n lth cases the n t a contract dMI ,iA Mc i enFELIX S
_or olaretI" wa e noarump and the open- Diploma FELIX'S HOBBY SHOP
The- first declare; tcok the ace of "--"pFine Furi-re mad"e of
US Army Chie* s Rapped hearts and spadily cashed the A" aing lr' AneJ l mAde o .
dim top.club. le .lowed.dow., To dH HMaRn And P ilan .., ......,.., o, ..,. .
d however, when West discarded a 5mNEWYOM&Hu,5 (oP pr)-es. Ii I, o ,. S
heart qn the third round of clubs. BEAUMONT, Tex., March 25 NEW Y March 5 (U)- eroo DniB. Madur A.
n the clubs wereth chief (UP) .ollce announce yes- Paul V. MNptt, former govern- bedroom, Dining Room and
Shop for the contract, declare terdav that Mrs. Pauline Schulz or of Indiana and high commis- Living Room Sets.
next gave upacldub tricto ast's had fessed the kidnapping of a sloner to the Philippines, died Productos de Madera, S. A.
For HanalingeOf Peress Wsahre :thrare yesterday. thrt aP d bober
Fd West disa arde ank. other low newborn baby here "t hurt a He was 63. McNutt was hos- "anae~on :o e 'No. 21 Central Avenue
l thi was it ,lce KodktDoyle Wingate pitalized with a, throat ailment Between Kodak Blg. and
Sito see ~ t hs partner had said Mrs. Sch~ulz, a practical here last year and was brought FIh Ave. tore
lost Interest in the hearts. It was nurse, named Sa ouston doctor the Philippines where he sud-
WASHINTON, March 25 In Peress' honorable equally easy for-East to ee that a as "the man"' and said she want- denly becameIl while on a
-SHNG OhNMarch l lh ree hon houblecchance defeat the contract. ed to "scare hell 1ut of him." round-the-world tour.
(UP)ry s En. John L. McClellan-be broeut D. u shift to diamonds was the' best Mrs. Schulze41 charged with McNutt died at his Fifth Aye-TH
yesterday sharply, Ro pr dd be br ht borea court Hence East led the t of dia- kidnapping t.Be-minute-oldb e abrtm. wee h hATIi AH m y b T
iens and sArmy RoSUnelor J tevena then dlo ed e nds, anr the e rs rattled by of Mr. and mother of three Wharar e Mii liy and ood look you wach hd wh
0.a'ad;An Corntelor Johandlvn h adask endAd stosaed agoffa- four.diamonds, setting the ton, had said previously she could from Manila..-The slier-haired
G. -Acdar! for theft handlng|hild asked Adams to Make 9L game contract.. not remember spiriting the baby politician and -diplomat, who
of -the .ontroversial Poeres loy similar Investigation after Per- At the second the declarer from Beaumont Baptist Hospitalhad been eaed in law prac- WATCH may be to b me!
Simultaneously, Stevens said He did not elaborate in hiwspert of York, Pa. Dick saw tatMs.ScuoMissing the dendability and goo looks your watch had wen
military 'legal authorities have testimony, but he told reporters he needed four club trick and Mrs. chulze, w arrsther wiof t wth lness ona rrival.ed h As-ard
ruled It is not posibil to re- later the Army Judge advocate that only a disaster diamonds h aby, arolyn ue,s i ithe sociates said later, howeverthatrrival. As- t was new? Let or skilled technician mke sur it's back
call former Maj. Irving peress general ruled that under the could endangerIevontact t hossesson at Houston early Sun-he was improvann-,and abto ev, toh aontim-all the time. And you're sure
serVic to face a court-mar- doctor draft law necompis- After very b rief thought he saw session at Houston early work daily from his apartment. on tme-a the te. And you're sure of restoring Its jewel
McClellan had raised the alon of physicians and t that there could be no master iate said the details of the box newness by adding a Jacques Krelsr watchband
question. weree revoked completely when diamonds if, West had to begin kidnapping as supplied by Mrs. doctor.
McClellan, chairman of the they left the service. Thus he that suit. No matter how the six r I dt's t check-up the dress-p your wtchi
Senate permanent investigaln said, the Army had no further missing diamonds might be divid- Schu.le, who formerlylworke a, I wanted to hurt him, Mrs.
u te. took Steves to jurisdiction over them. ed, the defenders could not take the hospital, dovetanled conm-Schul e's statement said. "I just OI
Stars anbt disclosing full de- Adams denied McCarthy's oft- more than three tricks. In the suit pletel wit t1 e given by wt wanted to make him feel for just
tails ft the Peress case last repeated charge he joined Atty. orvided that West had'to lead ne .Sch e, he said, admit- onth day like I have felt for s."-Ohr Men's bonds from 4.30
.ear tling the televised Army Gen. Herbert Brownell Jr. auri.f era.mMr. ci e sid di t- modnts.S "s hse-os0.0 Iot L di e0Snd, from $4.00
McC thy hearings. White House aids last year in Fo.....N iveWes.t .four.a ted beinH orien dly" with a doe-. Mrs. Schul e said she thoua mht
The Arkansas Democrat sa&& i.asuccessf.ul consrat,-. ...I amends to t inig-Jack, and gives tor in Houston, where she lived about coming to,, Beaumont and E IaIs-s uI
the Arms course caused block McCarthy's investigations' East the ace-ten, the most dan- with her laundry oute driver getting a baby-any baby"-and
oonlusln and erved o itt.of the Army. gerous possible division of the suit, husband, Martin. She said shonthen "scaring the hell- out of
om otea mores nt t, e uri ao Stevens conceded he delie West can begin the suit by lead- had a disagreement with the lhim."

g a v e m o r ednc h o n oa l St e v e n s c o n edre d w i t h M c ia rt h owne t o he co n t r a st h e e
ity tknd eonfusion than if you lately withheld from: last year's lig low to eatt's ace. East then
hard laid the whole thing right Army-McCarthy i investigation a leads the ten, and South r plays low. 1 I T 0 -i11 I a
t the by That gives the defenders three, but \ The are -e-" -- "% .".^- tl
out at the starVt., report by the Army Inspector That t hwe wtfers e. t H P 4 qE I EIS T 7 T II
He said Adams made a "bad general on Adams' role in the Havin com te this conclusion,
mistake" and. must accept "full Peress case. He said he did so Mler play e the clubs n such a
responsibility" fde r Per. on the advlee of special Arm y tat W t East migt .. I
eus out the ,& Wthout counsel Joseph'N. Welch. M th..e. tut. He Won'
So t *t hlW Army has Th6 Army secretary also cri the first trick wit dummy's ace
said ,aidams made the final de- ticized Adams- for 'the first ofhearts and Immediateed a1
C time. low club in order to finesse the ten1 A -M D AEI N W. RE H P Y T
.... action came as the sub- He said he told Adams after from his hand.
committee neared the end of Peress 'had been discharged The finesse happened to win, and -
Its efforts to determine who that Adams had made a mis- now Miller took the first ten tricks..- OE,- .' .
promoted Pereas to major and take. He said Adams should Even if the clut finesse had lest, l t .
gave him an honorable dis- have conferred with McCarthy. however, the contract would have
charge- early last year. Stevens was in the Far East been assured against any defense. ,
Fei. Joseph R. MqCarthy (cR.. at the time.
Wis.) had demanded the New Stevens -also said he first of the hearing in which Mc-
York dentist be court-martial. classified as secret a isat of Carthy said Brig. Gen. Ralph
ed. 28 Army officials Involved w. zwlieker was "not fit to They
McGlennan said he would the Peress ease beeuse he wear that uniform "
ex1 ore the posslbm of hay. waoted o,, . wea b ht uni, faor m. are.. o -
explore the possibilityof h- wanted to avoid a repetitio "I determined that we were ,
notgoing to have another Ro-
Sman holiday," he laid. Our newest models of the "
Adams would not agree his m f the c; s*
decision to discharge Peress was Famous
SECOND- FLOOR a mistake. Hetod McClelan
"the man was Out out of the
Army. He belongs out of the "CatalinaI
Army. He wah' a subversive."
In urging a court-martial for
had in mind the fact the den
twist signed a preliminary mill-
tary personnel fort stating he
was not a member of a sub-'
versive organization. That was '
on Way 26, 1952. 1
Peress refused to sign simt See our large variety of '
lar forms after he *as In te
Ore unpackin Amendment at a hearing when v
S. .asked by McCarthy I fhe wis Cata na
a Wrought iron smoking a Communist.
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r Musical, liquor pourers ..11.50 George Thomas, Army employee
Wrought iron. chairs at Corozal, died early this morn. 1955 styles-Junior and -_
upholstered in' colors 2.5Q. ing in $a&tno Tomas Hospital
after being rushed there by his larg sizes from-32 6
S .relatives. Me was-34 years old.
SThe son, of Mr. and Mrs. A/-I to 40.
0 smatry Iran bert E. Thomas, the dead man is-ONION
'" o*'.50 also survived by his wife, Ena.. s eo- um--er you eI 4!g
six children, his sister, Mrs. Ru- mg.k
1,lLthee by Pierre, his grandmother, Mrs. e tbken f
S......... 5.o cherry Ann Thomas, his aunt, 1718 -- 7 C tral Avenue (102) Panam c hm
Mrs. Violet Fisher, his brother,
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n the Rainbow Cityv Gym at 3 ''
.;. Sunday by the Rainbow C- TORONTO, March 25- (UPI-
"y High S school./
SHih School. eIor Oouzenko, former Russilan
seventy.-six graduates 11will be h clerk who has been lIv-
prsenmt I neaps and gowns to ino It lMhag for OWe 1" 10
he"r an address given by Rev. years, la scheduled to receive
To; .n Kg t end muwicalt le teiGthe Governor-General's award
tl of 11 .c high school chorus. o fion for 1954 It was learn-
Tr se xe 1se will be or fictmdasion horwg to award lhear
..n mission to the commnnce- to

e t d rc e cerk tay
n, exercises on Sunday, A tpril oyhe a an
n thd The problem fas the bhe Can-,
3 1. however, be restoring dto aCanAors' Asnoci a Ion,
p:. having tfc '.ctS Iais ut o s'nce a Io ,
er "nis sewahat lcle, whose awards ardsord selects the'
ay-n a ud ie wat i i wi nn dner of thc Oovernor-Oenar-
i- U e xecises will begin ai's medal, is how to award the
p-.-.tly at.0n p.m. in the gy;n prie to the former ovet iode
wI"-+ Re4itd T. Prescott di- pieto emeSo
rrO- (the llr band In the pro- ce I
r ,-nal march. u. HeSt novCl "The Fall of a Titan"
I'. ,rd Euer. superintenent h been rated by the Adaocia-.
o :--,.IO(lS ,Will present the d-I"tons board as the best fiction]
p~jrtlas Iftepfethe three top-ratik-; 1 y a Canadian citizen last year.'
t ,,n, s l T .-"s,1. to the class! .. The award is to be made at the
and audience.. _. 'annual dinner of the Association
to'. ", ,;.-' '- ;ur:p.o is convention at Queen's
rite ...... .. University, KingSo., Oent, and
i1 "an official announcement is ex-
i-ill ** * -*^B *. pected to be made soon. ,
AlCB. u. erOfficials are puZZled over the
tl troue b Gquestion of whether Gouzenkod
h elpi l he tr i Wl appear -at -the, dinner. He
le piano a Com has not appeared 1in public un-
m I oe U de r his :owni b nam except with
'1> .' his face masked since the end
I you suffer sharp. btabbing painls., 1 o t no -famous spy trials of
ointo r swolni t show your blonn I O f nds S t he
MY ( be aisW l lr4 Vtruigh fault y klf!' 1 I1946.
fction.Other iymptams of Kidney Living In tear of retaliation!
*raw are Bsurt;lnli, Itrn~lnl l'as~gelfa. i* n i< *., i.
trors, n odr tUrine, nettmin. U fo his dramatic flight from the
[rt,; oacit chm. Lhumhago 1, soviet Embassy.here with ci-
J'Kern NervoainpsM. ,I zingiu. Hlad- pher roon papers that revealed
atche, Colds. Puffy Ankles. cIrwlp pev-
detr yes, [cdla o( Binergy. Appetites.lSelaL" spying activities In Can-
49Tc. Clytex f ghts th to troublen by d, Gonnon has assumed a
I'iMpIthe idn~eys in 2 ways: 1. HelpsI adaa ouzenko has assumed a
IM= out pnitionous !d.2. C. Combats :ifferenhname. Only his legal
V I tvia urtury ytem. $.S, Boothes advisers hi- publishers, a few
s Id .Imp irritted t Ues. leOt Cystex Plose f'1-nd- and the RM^'P
*am My drulgist. See how quickly If lose friends and tie RM'P
ieu r" an s ro4 to oJnyft0 6 know where he &6es or his as- I
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part of centers, chop coarsely and mix with % cup chopped rip*e
olives, A cups soft bread crumbs, 1 teaspoon grated onion, 1
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The confusion in the minds of
many people midst conflicting
events is primarily due to their
being "mixed-up" In their mis-
use of God's gift of relationship
one with another and the ob-
struction of God's purposes.

Cocktail Party In the above verses our Lord
For Nicarag, n Apbassador sums up the purposes of God. He
Mr. and Mfa. Luls Martinz reminds us that: God created
were hosts for a cocktail party persons to be loved and things
at their residence on GoJf to be used. Refer to Genesis I:-
Heights on Wednesday evening 27,28. God created persons for
in honor of Nicaraguan Ambas- personal relations with Him and
sador to Panama and Mrs. A- with one another, and that the:
drian Cuadra Gutlerrez, who are world of things was to serve a
leaving soon for his new Dost in sacramental purpose, namely, to
Honduras. be the. Instrument of fulfilling
-relations between man and
Diplomats Give man and map and God.
Cocktail at Golf Club
Nicaraguan Ambassador to The cause of Our confusion is
Panama" and Mrs. Adrian Cua- when we are tempted to love'
dra Gutierrez were guests of things and use persons; we then
honor at a farewell cocktail par- reverse the purposes of God. We.
ty given by members of the dip- cause a log-Jam in the free flow-
lomatic corps of Panama at the ing stream of God's love.
Panama Golf Club Thursday at
5. 1 We love things probably be-
About fifty diplomats rnd cause we are afraid of being dis-
their wives were present at the appointed or hurt.when we love
party. a person or persons. As a sub-I

.. Antonio Alfaro statute for persons we therefore
Host to Ambassador love things because they %Ill
Yesterday evening at their neither hurt us nor make a per-
50th Street residence, the Anto- sonal demand of us. Children
nto Alfaros entertained at a
IN ING omed by Base Chaplain, Major V. M. Sink dinner party in honoi~ of the sometimes steal things when
Alb ING er Fore'ase, Miss Janice M. Tapylor, dVughter in Ambassador of Nicaragua and they are not sufficiently loved:
Mrs.SolonTaylor, Albrook AFB nd San Bernardino, Mrs. Adrian Cuadra Gutierrez. adults often seek consolation in
Cal ffom as united S marriage with Airman Second Class ln personal relations by the pur-
Verle Mptt, Headquarters Squadron Air Base Group. Albrook Chuck Wagonples Cl Supper ase of some "thing '-hat, car.
on Sund y afternoon Mare SO, at 4:0o p.m. In the.BOse hal The Couples club of the Bal- rug, or anything.
Follpwi ntthe ceremony a reception was held in the NCO ub boa Union Church will have a
for Morhan 100 friends. The couple will eave soon er nAr- Chuck-Waorr Supper at the Gradually we close ourselves
man Mott's new duty assignment at Norton AFB, an rnar- Balboa Police Range on Tuesday to God and to each other so that
dino, California. evening, March 29, at 6:30 p.. we are separated from each oth
Couples of the.church are in- we are parted from each ot-
VICE PRESIDENT OF EL SALVADOR VISITS PANAMA vited for informal fun. er more than ever. We searrn'
VIC Vice President of the Republic I S aNM For reservations, not later r-ore and more to find compen-
e Vice President of the Republic of El Salvador and Mrs. than Monday noon, phone: Mrs Fation in things. We then use
Jose aria Pegalta Salazar were the guests of honor at a Ross Cunningham, 2-4392; Mr. erson ach. ..fa
cockt party given Wednesday evening at the Embassy resi- Sheopard Clark, 2-1839, Mrs. irons to achieve satisfaction
denelf the Salvadorean Ambassador to Panama and Mrs. Wesley Townsend. 2-1665, Mrs Ifor self-centered needs, for the
Fran L4el o Osegueda. The Vice President and his wife, Arthur W. Smith, 2-2934. drive for power, for the advance-
retur bomn the inauguration of Uruguay's new President, Expenses will-be prorated, ment of our own ends. By using
were i paneled by the Director of Protocol of El Salvador
and Intunlo Alvarez Vidurre. Among the 45 guests were Arthur Undo persons and loving things we
man:Pm= bers of the Diplomatic Corps of Panama. Host At Supper break the relationship of God
-- Having recently moved into a 'nd His purposes in our lives;
new apartment on Via Argenti- hence our confusion.
anamanians and Zonians Mrs. Harry Saftel of Kingston, na. Arthur Lindo invited a group
ntertain Harry Saftels Mass., will sail from CrIltobal of friends for cocktails and sup-
Comp eating a 2/2 month tour tomorrow on the S.S. Ancon. per This, like other gatherings
of Latit rica, with. a we While on the Isthmus, the Baf- of the week- turned nto a "ra- A
ong v Amp lre. af tells were entertained at various dio pao." o the gues. Q
.,- stead, of the W.R. Grace Co. Available
Anthony Toledo. visltine from in
PENING-- Full Gospel Services Bogota and Miss Mary Watson 25-60
',op Fabrega. cycles

auspices Of ar
IChurch of the Foursquare Gospel sob
The gymnasium Diablo Heights of L
Sunday Evening, March 27, ther
at 7:30 p.m. ed a
II ,ed wo
S1i71 nm


S ow you amd a squae of SATINA It your
. Ilrrci you will enjoy ibme dvantakar
The iron glide smoothly over the fabrics.
The iron doesn't drag or stick, therefore
you're through muchpiooner,
SeClosthed ke ueajer ow because dust
abd dirt roll dl do "aATImX ah.
Apart .fre giving your gatments a 'like-

ri mthWa0e a&, .
.r-^~fia",i~ l^

rgle Roberts Bride
Martin Jacobs
he marriage of Mrs..,Margle
erts. daughter of Mr. and
. Arthur C. Austin of Solona
ch. California, to Martin .
*bs, son of Mrs. Rose Jaco s
Los Apgeles. California, was
mnized in the parsonage of
Union Church in Balboa.
SAlexander H. .haw officiat-
at the ceremony .
rs. Roberts, who was. given -u M q q. So a
marriage by Mr. R. K. Morris, p*umot Co a- loq "*nasetpws mi!sa
e a short gown of beRge-em-. 6s"q '**s,(ipsn opuuq... (a
ldered lace. Shelc a trred puA qooM) imaads M-I'H OAl.
auet of white o irehide nnd
ienlas. ld.l OfOst Tr 0 mhwojj-- eh aa a0,q
captain and Mrs. WilHamc R. oR sal osiN uo ssaupPol !;PP.o-moI
es were their only attendants. N-A s8.Anl iqs:a no& eaqIAuw
sent at the wedding were isnu p apiow LAlapy ql!q .ipjqinP
Alexander H. Shaw. Mr. s o ajlquod 9 a l ,55sn0i'to iOA aq
Mrs. Timothy H. Woodruff.
Shirley Eddy, niece rf the "2 ppIvj '4A
egroom, Miss Marilyn Bev-
on and Mrs. R. K. Mqrris. Convenient Terms
allowing the certmonv, a RADIO CENTER
ding retention was held at 7110 Bolivar Ave.
home of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Col6n Tel. 40
ella Vista. Among the wed-
,uests were the entire row
he M. V. California of whibh
stin Jones and Mr. Jacobs

Chriscop-rnhsank Wedding
To Be Held In New York
Mr. and Mrs. Lvle F. Noland,
of Seattle, Washington. an-
nolnce th, p Pne," eniirt of lier
sister. Miss Dorothv V. Chriscoe.
to Lt. Pol. Ernest W. Ewhnnk
Jr. Lt. Col. Fwbpnk Is the -on of
Mrs Frneit W. Ewhank. Sr. nnd
the late Mr Ewbank of Henae:'-
sonville. N.C.
Mhiss Chriscoe and Lt. Cot. Ew-
hank are emlnloyed einrren',y hv
the T.S. Army. oral*npan., in,
t)', pninama Canal Zone. After
two years on the I.rthmi,q. Mijq
r'hriseoe leaves Saturday for
New York. where they will be
married so that friends arnd
family can attend. After the
weddinpr thi ubhantir will ivp
to the west coast to their new
home at Ft. Lewis, Washin'.on.
fFor more- sorey news please
turn to page 9)

Vast a~i

time element
"The rcord ian-I~oe dfty
Ia 21 mackerel' eltan "the
transportation ozpsa. NCO in
charge at ]pier 20, Ba4oa.

The Ko.bbe %tbt differss" -
;.. p ttnet i ort,Capt. James Vail, te. Edmond
,Xao :reutniP t the Cooper, Op. R1MhOM loyd, Cpl.
"o00es that dIr t ge5 awa. Tom Raine, from Regimental
SHeadquarters company, 'knd M-
i g lI bot par t lat- Sgt. Jack Smith, Se. Charles
top island in a~iama Bay last!Harvill. Sic. Alexander Cushnie,
Sunday, the. "khaki-clad sailors" from Headquarters detachment,
managed td.boat 238 mackernel n '7433d AU--have had little marl-
two and a half hours. ThMl is a time experience.


- "H" Street No. 51

Panama City -

Telephone 2-1483

Takes pleasure in Informing-its clients
of the arrival of a new shipment of as-
sorted plastic backed materials for up-
holsteripg furniture, foam rubber in
sheets 1" to 5" thick which can be cut
to the size desired, foam.rubber pillows
and mattresses; the prices of which have
been. reduced. Pay us a visit and see for





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plus the amazing benefits of chlorophyll, Nature'%
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new, workless dinner

Just Brown 'n Serve "

New Swanson Quick-frozen Beef Piese4

due Swanson sags-,
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made from a teasured Swanson recipe." 1
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without work. You just..arewn Pies.These are B PW f -"
nd serve-you don't ea iave with plenty of beet Thiemtelse-
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months wa st- crust bakes to perfection every
ed beef pies- in time-so rich, light and fsky
our Swanson you'll probably wonder withI
kitchens until envy how we did it.
we perfected Every time you serve iRnivA
this rich home- ual Swanson Beef Pies you)'
made goodness. saving dishwashing, too.
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pie. You'll nvor find lstarchy, GetsevevlSwaMl nRMf
and keep them on ain ys e.
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over, no waste. And th yMW.
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I Street No. 13

thb ef July Ave. J st.
Juste Arommena Ave. and 33 St.

1n L Ceam ixi
Cmngal Awe. 4
Ne. I Lottey Flas

rFemth et July Ave.
Agencia Internal. de Publicaioones
41 Cemleal Ave. *
P.aque Letevre I Oeb.

Ave, Tivel 1 4
I0 Cl0 irel Awe.
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J. Sf. -doe b O Ave. Re. 41
s oW&i Ne. rf
Nil"iOA9W AT4lA
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W4e Ileve g verythipg
To e oar Lawn
and G dea Beautiful
I DUring tlb. Pry season,

a Sprayer S
Econe Soil Spray
o Sprikleffs
a" Fungiides

27s CgntrPl Ave. Tel. 3-0140

5 to 10 p.m.-Adulto. Pro-teens
*Teenagers. By appointment only.
Morinig .... Balboa 2-4239
After 5 p.m.... Panama 3-1660

Dr.. A. and E. ORILLAC
:Ialmer Gradiiuae-'
"Chire rodic @d4s life to years,
4Wy vap to life."
0g Pr e T el. .-131
i bci CtCom Lus Theatre

S "nsure In
iUre InsaIrlnpe"
rOnl0er -
Phone Panamp a-0Q5 "
4th of July Avenue No, M14-
DaIllyv :i-I':0o and 1:30-5:00
bgetprdayi @: to tIt

Canai Zong Dental Polyclinic
pr. C, g. Fibrls D.I.B.
"Dqtwr--brdlee wrk--lt brave

, i4i AIg 4veB Wl. 3|4

H ANDJa 0 Skill ersaet
| i)ofigb atyEforEaster|
l*luty Salon
Baloa Tel. 3877.

A im Ce m he tetced **et
by e w ur me salem at or
Sfter is wlms o IadStmi
. aimlr a n gas, 1fro m 1n Sal .
to P I.So
El Panama Masage Salon

Pecker Shippers Mpersw
Phey 2-2451 2-2562

Leae Rid ine ot
Rilem &~pp le 6141s deily
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 3-0279
** kit W99ftHn____

FOR SALE >-Fglideire refrigera-
tor, 9-cu. ft. 25-ycJe, excellent
condition;, also radio, fan, 1 '4
motor. Phone Cristoisl 234412.
FOR SALE:'--At'kergan prices:
Wardrobe, dining table, both in
very good condition; bed. com-
plete; drasspr; 3 chairs. Inquire
for RJTA, Call. Estudiante No.
17-54. upstairs.

FOR SALE: Leaving lpthpwp,
1955 Plymouth Belvedere Power-
flite. monv accessories. Call W.
H. Goebertus, Dutch Line 3-I1i8,
after 6 p.m. 3-2192.
FOR SALE: 1948 Chevrilet
Convertible; 1951 Kaiser 2-doer
sedan. Both very good condition.
Call Balboa 2867 daytime.
FOR SALE:- 1952 Pontiac For.

FOR SALE:-4g.E. 1-cu. ft. re- dor. rqdia, excellent condition.
frigretor, 60 cycle, 90,. pound Phone Balboa 1317.
freMeer with meiratp dr $375, FOR SALE:--1951 Chevrolet 4-
O'Keefe & Merrit table top gas r ... ..,
range, fully utomtic with grill door. l i
S ew Spe d Queen electric new seat covers, excellent con-
ironer, 60-cycle $0; ne* eibht- dition. Must sell before Apni 3.
piece Rving roomset., sfa makes Phone 3-1256.
into double bed. 3-positon re- FOR SALE:-1954 Austin Heqly
ning chair, mok nto single red sports car, like new condition.
bed $250: G.E. vac-uum dcner, Can be seen t Qtrs. 24 Albrook.
new $65; 27-inrhMa novextel- Phone 86-3195.
eviIln set $375, Qyrtrs, SO-E, -...
First Street, Coca Solto. Phone FOR SALE.-1951 Buick Special
88-151. De Luxe 4-door sedan. This car
S- is in excellent condition. Original
R SE 'n owner. 20.000 miles.. House
loom set three pieces Almort 3206 Empire Street, Boalboa.
ne%. 6406-A Los Rios, C.Z. -----------
Phone 2-2890.
"-,--' FOR SALE -1952 Dodge Kings-
FOR SALE--Two best Quality way Hardtop. w/radio. w/s/w
ten blinds 36 x60 c t i r e completely undercoated
one We.tingh.ute electric rost- ,1800 low speed miles. Albrook
er. 2353-A Owen Street. Bilboo. 3137. Quarters 115.
FOR SAE:-One 25-cycle ref FORSALE: Vaux Hell. Nw
eror 7 cu. ft. for 50. 5759- res radio Everything in perfect
B _D o. ____ conditionn $380. Easy payment.
FOR SALE.-In excellent condi- Phone 2-4702
tnon,;one teakwood hand-carved FOR SA..E-1949 Fod 2-doo
FOR SALE,--1949 Ford 2-door.
chro ccbret. one General Eec- excellent condition. $450. Call
trio rlt-,late ironer -universal 85-r482. 7-4 weekdays, or see
motor, CaIl Balboo 2.3 147. at Call, 51 No 30
FOR .ALS: Portable sewing FOR SALE -195.1 "Henr J,"
machine $30. Westinghouse economical nd clean. 2212-C.
Leundromat 119511- Bet ofIer Phone Curundu 4e1n.
Phriu o 1-4jr 02o r o I Ut No 16 93.
fl.. r'n*~- ~ ~ Pone C.urundu 4193."

rPhUe o r-- Ul o rseef a i i ivl
Jose do Fabroga. Apt No. 3.

US Indusidalist

To Speak Sunday

Al Baptt Chutch
Visiting industrialWt R. 0. Le-
Tourneau will speak at a special
service at phe First Baptist
Church on Sun lay at 4: 1 p.m.
Dr. V. Raymland Edman, preo-
ident of Wheaton (111.) College.
will be the guest' speaker at the
10:40 morni. woership service.
Dr. IOman former mIssionary
In South America for 15 year;.
has authored a mission text
book, "The Light in Dark Ages,"
a biography of Charles Finney.
He has also written a series of
five devotional books oun the
Christian life.
The public la invited to attend
both the 10:a.m. and the 6:15
p.m. service. Special music will
be provided by the church choir,
soloist and the King's Men quar-
tet. A baptiasl of believers will
be held immediately following
LeTourneau'd testimony and pre-
aedin a mWesage, "Five Things
That Must Happen Before Christ
Comes Again." A supervised
nursery is,provided at all serv-



Real Estate
FOR SALE--Spac;ous house on
beach lot Secluded. fenced, elec-
tric light plant. Can be seen any
time March 23 to April 3. NULL.
LA VENTA, one m le beyond
Santa Clare.

Billy GrdAm

Converts Hundreds

In Scoflish Appeal
GLASGOW. March 25 (UP)-
North Carolina Evangelist Billy
Graham's "Tell fo0tlad" nrus-
ade Jammed the roads leading
into Glasgow last light and
police were forced to sort out
the thousands trying to pile in-
to the meeting hall.
One woman was trampled
but apparently was not Injured
in a crush outside Kelvin Hall
that started when a large num-
ber of buses arrived pimualtan-
eously. Police ushered a group
of 30 disabled veterans from a
government hospital through
the crowd of 16,000.
Graham's sermon and appeal
won 384 "converts last nght,
bringing to nearly 1,400 the
number who have made "deci-
sions for Christ" during the
first four days of h sLx.weeks


JOIN THE TREND towards mod-
ern window cqvering, using match
stick bamboo draperies and cur-
tains. Custom-made in all sizes
and any color for immediate de-
livery. Venetian blinds, recondi-
tioning services. Free estimate.
Call 273068 or 3-4904. Distri-
buted by Productos de Madera,
S.A.. 98 Centrgl Ave. bet eeno
Kodak Building and Fifth Ave-
nue Store.
FORW3ALE:-4 Electric Mules
IYelel with station for charging
botteripe, Barggin price. See at
Muelle 4gls., Phones 2-0550.
2-0551. __

FOR SALE:-Kodak, case, filter.
Cost '$75. Priced very low. House
I 532-0, Gavilon. Phene 2- 1669

FOR SALE:-Four used tires. 4-
ply, 660x16. Reasonable. Call
Balboa 4393. after 4-30 p.m.
FOR SALE:-60-ccle converter,
750-watt. 1 1- 20 volt eopecl-
ty. Phone 5-465
Mu sic'For Your Vacation' Visit
"LA POSTAL." 13-142 Central
Ave., where on unbelievable pre-
inventory sqle on records is tok-
ing place. 12 for $1, one for 10-
sents. Come in now!

FOR SALE: Portable electric
sewing machine, under 2 years
old $65 6262 Anton Street, Los
Ries, Balboa 2-1396.

FOR SALE:-Stereo Realist Cam-
era. like new. in perfect condi-
tion. Very reasonable price in-
cludes leather case and flashlight
attachment. 100-gallon water or
gasoline tank s711 in fine condi-
tion Contact Mrs Frank G. Gute,
Santa Clara. R.P or write to Box
No 794, Balboa. C Z.

FOR SALE- Coc k er Spaniel
pups. 7 weeks old. $15. Phone
FOR SALE:-Buescher alto saxo-
rhlne in very good condition.
Phone 2-3401. House 1502-B,

RWbeIOus VIeAmm

SldeitRe lve -

(ables Urging Peace
SAIGON, Indlohina, March 25
(UP) -Emperor ao Dal today
(UPrew his support behind prn-
American Ptemier Ngo Dinh
Diem a ilnst rebellious teudal
sects tAheatening free Vietnam
with elyvil. strife.
The Vietnam chief of state
sent both sides urgent cables re-
questing moderation and com-
promise. But he indicated clear.
Ily hi preferences in his cable to
the 4 lvoutly eatholic premier:
"I am In perfect agreement
with you about t e need to ap-
Fly a progrAam o0f national un-

the loaer
his Dpptlc
tonight to
an outbres
prerwh t
the barrac
any emerge
id r

Cristoba Skeet-shooters en- Londop's Commutliit Daily gral trik.e
Sr nn Joye n e tr ofthe handicap Worker Jeered and hooted at tense sout
S IUA eshots wth aadded birds on what it called the golden haired toemg ow.
Wednesday afternoon. Some 'hypnotsat" from the United Tht Ro
84A]- N (oqd scores were made after the States, but London's more se- ment char
STAD s Gi W! b as me. moderate. date newspapers which had once led 9the
W _L Pa. tbhe doubles trap shoot, treated him 11htly gave serious troops attl
. W L iet U iLwas very annoylngr as attention to s meeting posts In
field 8 1 .750 th.ti potoned to throw ae m ing. A oven
TlRIse a 1 .750 .the y g rgetly against the Graham, in a SlIed articlethese erai
C oe_ 1 23 ..3. t in LondOn's Liberal ferW co ~ ed between
ee 0 3 .000 e ula president of the in London's beral ws nd
lane walloped Los( Uubapon club, F. BSMt with a nd cle conceded that some v a after the
4-13. lwton WLrrep kept up his leap of five added target, broke p"lp tin n-dnotb rhmine 'aetw'*-th
hot pfe bY scoring 2 points tor' 22 out of his tirot 2 targets and o"L doing things but remin Patilets L
,W4, out of hia second 25 to take readers that he had been invit- "peaceful
l 1.first place, wInaing 60 per cent ed by national religious lead-T LAe Into
STANDINGS 'of the "kitty. Pity."
I Art Sutton tjbe 410 au ar- ___ ___
iL eW rt. tist, ad Ralh "H ggI' 'Dus "
3 t .'1.7 | tied for second place to sp;lit the,
Tu 2 1 160 pe.r et of the pot for some I '
,am2 3 2 2 eelent shooting. ;
Lo 0 3 Wd Complete scos for Wednes- D TA T
I athe rive Footers' League, 1 day follow: J Bttrlese
i yvent nt 3 extra quarter 55119Add-- TIRES & TUBES
to fally get nlppedby Coronas 5dd Tpot TIRES & TUBES
in-1I. (51 tgryets) ?aToj e 50 No. 31
Toffloo Gmes was high point- -h4 23- A60!utomobile Pow
r with 7 psnte. putto 20411(10) 6 49' TeL 2-40
I_2 ..31-24 4 49,1
SQ ueter. -l(410) 4; NEW TIRES

41 0231-11iClark 1-21 2 41 100 Level
I I 1 1 2 ma*.

HoTmes .a4 Pblo ,ar-
cmed S new Spa Ori
lub and 26 members have
ntug u t daily. Interest
;ma= s tou'

6* 1

4a Nab* doubles)
Windy "eHers
P. Disharoon, Jr.
W. Brandl

wNWo mf

.. l*

Dtely 'Un redelpt of
lI wire, Diem asked
al rvals to meet him
seel wys of avoiding
Sk of unrest.
too ftos d alertedsIn
ks today to cope with
pTecy If the sects de-
i .iowdown and car-
heir meat of a gen-
an 'blockade of this
th VIiRamese capital
yal LaUtan Rovern-
'ged today Communist
It Laes (Free Law)
kicked two government
am Neu t provlnOe.
ment .an said
ive tmu ti" occur-
n thb s of March
rrh 20., seven dava
slgnTI an accord
he layTlBment and
4o0 I s for the
InteOrin of Pathet
the national commu-



ATTENTION G.I.I Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water. tet.
Panama 3,4941.

FOR RENT:-Furnished end un-
furnished 2 gnd 4-room modern
opartments. Contact Alhambra
Apartments. 10th Street, Phone
1386, Colon.
FOR RENT: Cool 2-bedroom
apartment, living dining room,
screened, $60. 56 Belisarlo Por-
res. Key apartment 3. Informa-
tion PhOne 2-2316 or 3-0234.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
ment, one bedroom, living room,
dining reoor, porch. Phone 3-

FOR RENT:- Modern one-bed-
room, paror, dining room apart-
ment in hbuse No 45, Avenido
,Jpse,Fran, sq de la Ossa, Rent
$60. DN Castro. V 24. Ave. "B."

FOR RENT:--Unfurnished apart-
ment: Two bedrooms, two baths,
maid's room. sitt.ng-dining room,
perch, garage. $100. At Bella
Vistp, N. Obarr.o Street No. 23.
See Dp Castro, Ave. "B" 9-42,
Phone 2-1616. Panama.

FOR RENT.- Modern furnished
two-bedroom apartment $130.
Apartment No 2, House No. 7,
35th Street For further informa-
tion phone Qu0iano 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
ment, two bedrooms. very cool,
elevator. Bella Vsto. No less than
six months. $110. Phone 3-1648.

FOR RENT- Furnished apart-
ment. G.I -inspected. Via Porros
No. 99.
FOR RENT--Apartment at 13th
Street, San Francisco No. 21.
FOR RENT- Furnished apart-
ment. moderate rent. North
American neighbors. Frequent
transportation Phone 3-0471.
FOR RENT:-Congrejo: Ideal 1-
bedroom apartment for a couple.
Qlols to Hotel El Panama. Call
2-1077 between 9 30 am-12
noon and 3-0601, 1 p.p. to 4

FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
ment. one or two bedrooms, good
neighborhood, lots of views, cool,
quiet, centrally located. Phone

FOR RENT:-Modern apartment
i"Ventanales Miami"), com-
pletely furnished, including re-
frigerator, gas stove, hot water.
2 bedrooms, living -dining room,
etc, private entrance. 43rd St.
No. 27. Belle Vista.

Retrial Orderod

For Child Slayer

Harry Spegal, 30

SPRINOFILD., 11U., March 25
(UP)- The Illinois Supreme
Court today ordered a new trial
for Harry Spogal, 30, who was in
the state prison under sentence
of death when oil was found orf
a farm of which he sl part own-
Spogal was convicted In the
July 11, 1953, sex slaying of 6-
year-old David Wayne Anderson
at Champaign, T11. A jury found
him guilty of murder and he was
sentenced to die.
The Supreme Court ordered a
new trial on grounds that Spe-
gal ought a trial without jury,
Ind the trial judge refused.
At the state prison at Jollet,
|pegal took the news of his new
trial calmly. He asked If the Su.
preme Court action meant the
"first trial is out the window."
Hil attorney, C. E. Tate of
Chapaign. said Spegal will
shar6 the oil Income with 12
other persons, and can expect
"ly small initial sums from the
two wells now producing.
Tate said Spegal had received
a "flood" of mail since the oil
strike was announced. One worm-
M proposed marriage, and sev-
eral writers offered advice on
IinWr: to make his will

Oera Soprano

* (VP)-
%day she

k 3then

i at Car.

ground for your picnics. 4 miles
beyond Alrafjn. -
WILLIAMS' Santa Clara Beach
.Cottages-rocklgas, refrigeration.
2-bedroom. Phone Balboa 3050.

PhiHips. Oceanside cottage 9 s,..
Spnta Clara, Box 435, Balboa.
Phone Ponean 3-1877, Criste-.,
bol 3-1673.

Gramlich's Santa Clarg Beach*
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gamboo
past-. Santo Clara. Low rates.-
Phone Balboa 1866.

Position Offered
WANTED: Automobile Sales-
man. Must be very active, neat
in appearance. Write Box 5035
Cristobol. Send photo with letter.


FOR RENT:-Smell cholet, one
bedroom, living dining roo m,
kitchen. Moderate rant. General
Jos6 de San Martin Ave. No.-6,

FOR RENT:-2-bedroom chaolt,
furnished or unfurnished. Miguel
A. Poredes, No. 26, rear of Golf
Club. Can be seen 9 a.m. to 12




'tires suitable for reconstructing.
NAL, Ave. Peru No. 7. Phone
WANTED:- By Cotillion Club,
25-ycle 16,inch oscillating fans
or large sMd type fans. Call
Cristobal 2393.

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WANTED:- Eperi ced
housekeeper. Rfer ~esr
live in.. House 42ps
Street, Los Rios -

PORT CAPTAIN RETIRES Capt. Samuel L. Brown, retirlnR assistant Port Captain at Otist.
bal (in white suit), was honored by the Panama Canal Pilots Assn. at a farewell 'l-nche li
the Hotel Washington. letting at the main t Jle with Brown, who received a sh's bell
as a farewelgift, are:' (1. to r.) 7apt. K.- RosP 4Brown, association iea-ent
Longmore a4 CaJpt. ., Andrews ,r., Cristobal Port Captain. . ..__.. I,
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AVAST LUBBERS, wtat have we here one of Morga's treasure jehaeta? Well ntrquit. J
a group of trare- hunters at the recent Aw Yajeoht Bb **RaaWe*unt at T .aLflPlaD.
. Members of the lub and teir guest partldpatig in the' tiult gathere at a ptei*BIl *
ranged area and wor given the filrt:0 to wiVA the W, wI. Vt .U..
had to find a aesond clue which l Wl a riM a N*
which .id do. ..i.iMig. l -'i- '.s *." n" l clue w-e f. w This
ry crew of the goatio "RWUe agq" eaS spe th sh~t i i In the eand. .The a uit
*tailed a gPam4 s*up&a t S u aaDa GoI, a ",'"ed a -
to the wOmners I* tw ?OfpStg oM oi t gelt tin niut-rewa aE
years chest wats %w--'.. s .0w b"-* 1ir a
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S Sailings UnIroc says
CHICAGO.'\ W& 12O6 (UP) --
-t o .Dr. Walter .Martn, president
b:0the- = nMC
Saturday. for New York aboard c potided for the depen
psal 4dyw e te depen
the Ancon of the Panama Line. dent f ashort-term servicemen
i pasengers are scheduled tolhaard and unfair.
HBZ" 8^, heMr "Bl1^ to \ Eand unfair,, ^^^
sail for Port-au-Prince, all. MarUn said the government
ow Zh0san t y a entin
opro dvroviding such e as ould trya
Captain Frank A. Muwnror J 0 use both military and civilian
- ~. Jr, Marie Director of the e- medical resources.
7:55 nDAPa pataand Mrs. Munroe
are among the passenger saUi- / Writing in the AMA Journal
Sa ing. for New York. Captain and Martin said "the availability of
Iallon" Mrs. Munroe expect to return to such care is now on the basis of
SPanama on the same ship. change proximity to a service in-
S. Passengers ftor Haiti include Hei u ae thai manl y. -
A ra. Margaret P. Marerge Mrs.i Hechaged that. n many a-
Chlistina Clenny,'Mr. and Mrs. areas government hospitals o er
lenketh H, iel and Mr. and.-e t lin competition with civlan
* 0 Mrs-. crl acker. hospitals, making it difficult for
s T \ce. S the latter to oreate "at a more

Tce M rs.Feredtosanble cost.w at
The complete advance pas- 7? reasonable cs t h wse
Sa or New Yorreuted n the waste- Arrowsland
Slown: Mr. and Mrs. William A- ful dupication of hospital fac- Tully in a drama
brams; Mrs; Hannah B ach Is- /lities, unwarranted dispersion of Artist's big Tec
Srach; Mr. and Mrs. Ster ling a needed personnel ad an in- Theatre. Coleen
NLYer a son Mr. and Mrs. / creased cost of hospital care oiur star with Hayden,
Bruce M. 8are; Mrs. Fred ,o.... .. o > |"V those who pay their way," he
Blome; Mrs. C. lifford Bolton;; a '1e'," a wid, a ai fre
J Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Brown;i "
Mr. and Mrs. Lou t Brownell; *I| Saw your daughter pricing now cars today! What kind He endorsed a proposal forW a
Mr. and Mrs, Walter 1ulut; of Di allowance do you ive her aniway n? voluntary system of insurance,
Mr. agd Mrs. Arthur Calf and "" financed jointly by the govern-
daughter; Mrs. Arthur C a I e, -- r--.... ... -- ment and the serviceman, which
Jr.; Mrs. Blossom Cale; Mr. would allow dependents a free-
a~o, anctMrs. Hart L-OE.Ce, Dr.l .. { AA l!dom sofchoice as to whether
and Mrs. Ja i nd To Ausria Dance Tonight they want military or civilian .
son; Mrand Mrs. JaaC s Ki n V medical carte. WOn i l
LIES Campb Miss Edna R. Clark; A W e At VFW Home
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin R. Conrad i
and A children and Joseph A. W s "Blue Orass" Erwin ,and his ASSIor T
I Corrigen, Jr. gang will play for a dance to-
.. Y p|| 9 ~ night at the home of post 3822, iki -- t.i.. r, 4,
6:15 8.3 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Day; Mr. LONDON, March 25 (Up) veterans of Foreign Wars, in Jon Shfha llImr
WOOD" and Mrs. Mario de Diego, Jr.: Diplomatic observers said last Curundu. w -- P
.... III Mr. and Mrs. C. L, Psher; R. night that Moscow, by inviting M mbers and their guests are i AV Ftt ^h )
6:15 8:0 L. George; Barbara S. Jeffers; direct negotiations with Austria,l nvted WV IT IIW P
w BLADE" Mr. and Mrs, Morton D. Joyce; was making a calculated move to T
Mrs. o0Wise Kraus; Mr. and bypass the Western powers. ready to -an early signing of a NEW YORtl, March 25 (UP)
Mrs. Zouis Leven; Chares Le- Official rfitish quarters re- state treaty and are still await- Former Sen. John Sherman
Ivey; Miss Isabel Lu mAn u s; served comment but diplomatic ing a reply from Moscow to their Cooper left aboard the liner l l
Mins Alice Morton; Capt. and observers considered the,Moscow suggestion. United States today to assume
Mrs. F. A. Munroe, Jr.; Mrs. move as designed to embarras3I The observers pointed out that's new post as ambassador to i
1111 1. Isobel Muryn and Mr. and Mrs. the Westernalleswho have been' the Western Big Three powers Id I
David Nelson. pressing for an early conclualton have suggested consultations of e .
Mr F.of the long-delayed state treaty, their ambassadors in Vienna to The Kentucky Republican said
Mr. and Mrs, A mad eo Pa- The Western powers have been clarify th position. But R a he was "optimistic" about the
S e Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pat- n close consultation with An 3- 1 I w et n chances of ioving.. frI u
iterson; r, andMs. Sherwood tria over Moscow's earlier sig- relations bi 1Wjid he IYA
SPeckham and son; Mr. and eston for 4-power-tlks on thi United State., He said he con-
Mrs. F. Norma. Peterson, Mr. Austrian treaty. '- .a n Prip, ter e
and Mrs. Elleton #C. Phill Ipa; Authoritative diplomatic sourc- f k 4 e lalehtu e "oine -lhe
Mrs. ward Randall; Mr. and es recalled that the western pow- greatest stateamen In the world." r
Mrs. Ablert Rosea be r g, and ers have made it clear In earl eqatd for o rre-
Mrs. Harry Saftel Mr and er consultations that the Aus-. 0 ew tle te last No-
SMrs. Charles J. Schlesinge i. trian treats is primarily a mat- vemAlber by former Vice Prey.dent
X MJ r. and Mrs. John Schultz terfor the cupying powers. AlbenBarkley.
Mrs. Rena Stern; Mr. and Mrs They have Intimated they'were
John M. Stuart and 2 Children i S .
Arthur Swam; Mr. and Mrs. Wr a o .
Lester C. Tichy and 2 children, T M R D
Miss Dorothy E. Topping; Mrs. IX I M 0 Ri, R
Dorothy Villmont and Mr. and
Mrs. Frank W. Weberman. Q fIV ET N

ENT Count Of Votes I RELEASE
At Mechanics Club I T BIUIT makes
The first vote ount of the I .lflh _.SI "
"Colb acal Los>ing tDel 4L canaries want to
Pueblo" queen contest il be
held tonight at the Mechanics,
Club hall.
The contest is belngn 0R to *SIN G "
select a queen to rule during
Los Amigos' anniversary dance
S on June 35 at the Pacfihe Serv.
Ice Center.
Music for the dance will be giS
LEY furnished by Victor Boa's or-

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bigspiali rench's Vitl-Rli
Diet for Cdn I
Only -French gives your pet
he comam of Bird Seed
SBiscuit tt promote all
'Ipund health- better feather-
la., sweetrAl. Richer than
ever in protau yitaminu and.
minerals, Fre -VITA-RICH
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Pan American's tour engine
AU-Cara aircraft will take almost
anything any place in the world.
In fact, elephants and baby
chicks, the most delicate crystal
and the heaviest machinery1 are
regular "pasajeros" on PAA'&'
SA-Cargo flights. Pan AnIlkaB
makes shipping bi Clipper a
_asy because you can rerv pace for '
shipments. You know exactly wh* n your shipment
leaves and when it will arrive because PAA A-Cwrgy ftlghts
operate on a schedule. just like passenger flights. This means you can plan
to have your shipments arrive in your markets at the best possible timd
Call your Clipper Cargo Supervisor today and let him prove how PAA .
Clipper Cargo can elp you. Ad don't erget to ask him for a1w anglya p
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MILK BOTTLE BABY-Fortified by half a bottle of milk,
Candy Gardner is in a happy mood facing photographers
at Idlewild airport in New York. Later, with her mother,
sheoflew to Germany to be reunited with her soldier-father.

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POODLI PARTY-Living a humanA'iSp.(for a short while), Maxmillian, the poodle,
acts as host to 40 other poodles at his 'st birthday party in London. Of course, Max
isn't really that old-Wh's three-but his life span is reckoned as equal to 21 human
years. The guests, dolled up i necklaces and bracelets, had chicken, rabbit, milk.

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OFFICE BUSItES--Senator William Purtell (R), Connecticut, operates the controls of
a power shovel at a ground-breaking ceremony for the new Senate office building In
Washington. Building will'cost more thah $20 million, will be ready in three years:

RMGARD SCHMIDT was recently given a five-year sentence for spying for the
Reds, but she wasn't the first Mata Hari to operate in West Berlin, nor will she be
the last. Scores of other German girls are using their charms to lure information from
servicemen and'others in high places. One of the top Berlin spots for this undercover
work is the Kurfuerstendamm,a a street of night spots and bright lights. These pictures
were posed by professional models to show techniques used in passing secrets to Red
agents. Scene is Resi night club, where there's a telephone at every table and a pneu-
matic tube which can be used to send messages to other tables. It's even possible too
pass a roll of microfilm through pneumatic tube system. This is favorite spot for GIs.
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A(IP) -i LM sa tWS a's interesting do.
1 1t. o-toesat depr Mi -w a
Ie s a hower Sttstrday aft-6 et trring l, rge w' *he mit.
a$ the first Baptis netw barri ," she admt-
e lIre. st tw P
Cub by Mrs Be iLS~~a honor of MIM ary n.W litW whole fa
wIiI, be yr, In a major d gilroady a good I
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w. .r Per m "And #w la a Melva, i,.
n er no th ron. The oth
W-S, ., ... ."^ ^, "wilt qlferen t .n JesB I: David.
S.fr lare, ew 0 b~td Martha 4, do
*1 oD theta hto things running
my "i T9, ao' to usm
tta table, which Mr to s to copt e s
SB- ou Peterson and Ms Arkthr ottt the i hlf of the de- a bg
bV :i .ttceS5 Jess pack lunch.
8p ke4trd afflth ier f i.n h. / ebre a f carry to high
l*Uvi ttb ta at 'asuais a aessar at the Unt- a hot meal, aed
Spversity of IlU s and dirtgr ttarV ary,' soups, usually
See I JeS o' th Univral h S.- B bl-&u 'iato soup.
BobEcomic ad -d VA fen co.
.* OW t. -ij search, sa i the nex major epo- home froh at noon.
T btwsge wht4 tc di no itcwled wre Their Dad l rta and Char.
rseT1311l B1b6r- sf t itnJoe'znf n*, GO:: whe be o
I,., Vbudd Haber- '76 market saturatibn ATOWM&Ily has li ext wt 'Flie menu-soup
r -d ena Rt, rr- to be corre wt. smd crackers and
O rdf Mt- JMa trl Bas. ofre some .de pius .,LU'# p1iad or fruit.
t I i tion. however with the _ "CAms of sup'- are handy in a
Sto car rd imon, John tBat ta ,tu dP ealouRi ou 'hree.rlag-clr kitchen such as
*ra 19 =5 tmarons Robn S an Waf- ably won't be a. bad as, oe do- ours," Mrs. A t added. "Help5
wil b net, CWt oi n dim N" preilon of the 30~ bt y ut on the bill, too," sir 2
p,tarf'o Churchill S seem bad enoug." explaips, "beeaqe- I can add the
SUOVrchl Wr:, JOhn. ?irr A. N He ia fd if only eigh of last bita of comni bans, potatoes,
loA d~~o icham, John Leasch Rbert the 1955 labor -force I thr*W pja', macaroni, or noodles to the
out-of work, 8 millionwould be "ou.'
s a d. featri, Montnye, E. Stevens. Charles un pled. At e depth of the The Abbott eilize on sand -
Wayne Morris. Screen ies Wil (otton, Dot y Clinchard, Ralph tePrlFgronr in 1933 one-fourthl of wiches, too. a trl favorite sand- -
be 5-0:30 and 8:45 p.m. Tickets SachneUl, Tommy Burrow, George trliedwcgg. They a tis it's just as
ma ie secured from members Edgiton, Charlotte Herr, Ralph lasty as the tiuionr and "hits
of ad i r- Hanners, Ve Bills, Lonard lone, American Legion Auxiliar esty as, the 'lu scho ad How
*t unt of the Padcific district, Long, F. B. Irwin, Leonor Nolan, Department Officess, have ju a stdwich ait eM classifies the
at the scout Office or at the box Fred Werts, Gladys Brayton, returned from a four-day of fiial way it's served. An uncut sand.
office of the lboa T eatar eorge Wertz. Olive Unruh, visit to Arub3.Baso Unit No. 1. which is piemn style because It's
S Marge Or, Bob Snder, Albert --- easy to han onto to eat out-
RKeview For Zen -Doyle, Thelma Davis; Dorothy Mr. and Mrs. Brann doors. A san which cut In half is
Llentehant Governor Brght, Miss Lela Mae Holden, Off To Orient family style One that's cut in
The Local Council of the In- iss Mildred Nleely, Mrs. JQr- After living In Panama Clt" iourtha is party style for dainty
ternatoonal Boy Scouts of The aenson, 8r., and the Misses Pat for nearly three years, Mr. and service. Here's .th kind of lunch
Canal ene have comDsleted all afford, Nancy Lesley. Dottle Mrs. David Branp left yesterday you'd get on a visit to Rev. and
arrangements for a review In Cotton, HBalle Glen. Judy Beeby, for the States, o vacation, priq Mrs. Abbott ad their seven chil.
honor of Col. Harry 0. Pason,l Gloria Rinker, Judy Risker, Nan- to taking up residentFe in Okl- den.
Lt. Governor of the Canal Zone cy Cdttdn, Georgia Smith, Ger- nawa. 1. Vegetable.-i-uw and chicken
and president of Concll -801, trude Joustra and Grace Joustra. Mr. Brann. has been transfer- oodle soup (combined), peanut
Boy Scouts of America,. to be red by his Company. While both butter apple sandwich
held at the Paralso Ball Park tc- he and his wife have travelled fruit sandwich haf a pear, half
marrow morning at 9:30. Ameriean Legion extensively in the Middle East, orange), oatmeal chocolate chip
e Visits Aruba Europe and Central America, tnis rcookies. milk.
The' eeretn6ny promes to be Mrs,. Oce Gravatt, Mrs. Ly- wil be their first visit to the Pa- 2. Chicken noodle soup and to.
a very colorful affair In which olia Nadeau, and Mrs. Betty Ma- clfic. mato soup combinedd), cream
every unit of the organization cheese devil "ham sandwich.
will Vartlcipate: as appreciation carrot sticks. ginger cookies, ap-
for the dutstanding contribution r.. .. .. b ot gicotse milk.cY
to the youth. orgnisation the No Vocation This Year? 3. th broth, illed ches
coloDel has mS durinir h .and catsup sandwich, dill pickles,
tnure of officappl pret milkI
t.. o Dotifqoiled go Mientl Then here is something to think about, a pret ilik
7 I als. ct ic orsanld sons and
St' general oubli have been mn- DO ROTHY CHASE 'S Whe TO
vited to witness the ceremony,. well known teacher of Tap, Ballet and Toe will be --b
teaching at the Balboa TMCA all summer. 9nm1M f F r That
Mrs;. F 0oloe. So PARENTS;- plan now, to register yo-t ch-id for the _
special Sbmmer course which starts Jku 8th. l U
I);ae ol11,w;m Courses will lnvude Tap, Pallet, Tpe, Baby Classes,
ie.s fol.owinfg c wo.... .. and f. B --" y- CO UG H
Jt or B os l-r-years. Dnd t 1^ dougl asia your
Severe B jot For all Information c Balbl a 1751 ,a
Mrs. Flora Cole. who was I W- u Kle,' Canaedol
severtv burned when a stove f' .','.ore .n' -
she W Uivhtlnic explod, sit. f Jl' tie Tt

8he,,as 24 years old. Funeral CARD OF THANKS
services have been scheduled, for t 9 it SIPS
Monday aWA1*ta in the Coronl Through this medium,the relatives of Henry
Chapel. .- I Gustave, express sincere appreciation for the must be
Cole l vid by h oode-over. rMilio bottles have
Mrs. Cole IR survived by her many wreaths, cards and expressions of been used. Ask your druggist for a
| husband. Wilfred,'P. hbehl sympathy. extended over the loss of our bottle of quick-amting, ple .
asting, mezpeuulve Bucley'.
san'1 Judith. In addtjmon to her beloved husband, -father and grandfather. Canadial Mitgre-todll .,.
pa-ents, Mr. and Mrs. A.leian- ...
dro Tenorlo. her waters. Ine GUSTAVE FAMILY.
and Margarlt.i, and her brother, .. .lU.w
:Jo- Banfleld. .

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SDr. V. Raymond EIduap R. 0. Letourneau
-President ChrisgtiJ Industrialist
Wheat0n "College 6:15 p.m.
(Note: Change In time of
10:40 a.m. evening service)
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2" OF TE AEI lCAt lLEIGON and, their gue
3thl i' ry. Memb f the oosu tee or the Amer
te o i0f for the ir stand- er round of applause
right. Al .Gauvin, Al Jloan, Post Commander, Joe Hearn
Jim Terry.
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Cha Cha Cha. Mambo, Guaracih, Bole, R umba, Samba,
Tango, Pasodoble, Polka, Viennese Wiltz, La Vargouvlanna,
Charleston, Onestep, Peabody, Foxtrot,
*- Waltz, Jittertug.
Tamborito, Pasillo.
4unny nHoP -aspa,
Group Classes For
Pre-teens, Teaenagers
Couples & Individuals
By appointment ONLY
Studi El Panama Hotel
.Se' .111 5. to 10'.p.m.
Call rning Balba 241239

l.ts joined to celebrate the Legion's
lean Leglon Post No. 1, who helped
during the party. They are, left to
n, George Black Jr., Art. Farrell and

i'Ulellners' Add
2 To Hall Ofe Fre
Two youthful members of the
33d Infantry regiment -- Cpl.
Thomas D. Anderson. assigned
'to Company 1 at Fort Davis and
Pfc. Thomas Pappas, Company
F, Fort Kobbe were recently
appointed to the "Llfelilner' Hail
of Fame by Col. A. C. Elegar,
,commanding offloer, 33rd In-
Anderson was selected "honor
gradaute" by the stf of the
U8ARCARIB School. asfort 0o-
.lIck upon completing a radio op-
'erators' course.
Anderson arrived if the Canal
Zone in May 1954. 'He Is from
Omaha, Neb., and attended the
University of Nebraska.
Pappas was nomianted to the

The juices of d erent, gerdea
fresh vegetables are blended into
this famous drink. You'II love it
lively flavor, and thrAve on its vita-
mia-packed good-
ness. At mealtime-
or between meals-
V-8 gives you the
refreeshment ou
want, and the nouw-
Ishment you need.
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StARTS at 8:30 p.m. sharp.

THRILL at the dives from the
upper stories of El Panama
Into a 6-foot deep tank!

LAUGH at the zany comedy diving! ,

GASP at the spectacular FIRE DIVE
of Don Hapka, world.champion diver.

APPLAUD the bathing suit fashion
show by Jantzeh.
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LEed Rhymrester Seeks 5th


MIAMIBEACH. The Scooter's contribution to the Tanks' IC
attack last season was an apologetic. .195 with only 15 Trun --- -- t.
.-driven in, and it is depressing to note that the management |I f C. e" t t- "hm
Ms disposed to acceptthe figures as a reliable gadlo of the By lOaT WILHELM olOa col HMde wl wel
,"little fellow's current ability.iB yO'TTWILHELM be an pooM
-. Generally, when a great ballplayer, even though he's getting Written for NEA Service V't tomorIrow at thjan 'FRCO
Along in years, falls off as sharply as Phil Rizzuto did last sea-Vo t J ua Fan i '
son (from .271 and 54 RBIs). the first diplomatic reaction of the track in ed $650 Class C s
-dugout is that "he just had a bad year." dafth
exercised in behalf of the 36-year-old veteran, who-tor the first chod to pose Oscar ut and s reportedly jo
S time since he came up from the Kansas City farm Iny'41-finds Agop ps .,mlo 1 eT clent.foem
himself listed as just another shortstop prospect. S a ot, Potinovl Fol ad Le Manel Y wl ride t eef.oRm
It also seems reasonable to believe that Stengel did not take -aLfa A r. Turgotu tm Sur L i MWan atle Ycsuawll Frhds tlJm R.!
kindly to interviews last winter in which Rizzuto placed a large as out a heart a&Red h~ e Potnoy d r
Part of the blame for his poor showing on the way the manager terhou e t Jr..
handled e him... "I couldn't tell whether I was coming or going.W thriller. O Oaut l the pbortdly
HF e was pinch-hitting for me as early as the third inning. Cobb .Turgot and Fil are thn to Leaden.
couldn't have hit .200 playing like that." p make things hot f t3.a 6 Rhy- Pi al novu was r aed
Probably made it mighty close, though. a ter in the early stage then Lion's Claw last week w it ,
Stengel's expanding admiration of his own genius is an un- Postinovich andr poadblM e- finshingytl r h4er t na
derstandable human vanity, common enough to men of sudden manar tden may join them for a p hoter da.ce hr
S-success after a long stretch of habitual failure. I would have no \ engtlrh. ueae old's chanues.
do.ibt, however, that it affects his sense of fundamental values. .. guiref is usual, will be .On paper, te races she up
SThe shortstop assignment, therefore, will go to the player whot her ,.., son of -Dante-g.trvalh St a ls and head.dMl e
is most capable of handling it. th wille Ruben "Calc e" tweun Turgot and Red Rhysh."
Mon nar's co orbnrer. Tur- Ten other Intereing ro
HUNTER OR COLEMAN .. NOW T OU 9o was a winner his last time are included on the rogra
The idea of opening the season with Rizzuto appears to be PAW r P*
a gesture to past brilliance, rather than an expression of hope AJTA ATro
that the Scooter might possibly have one more good year left.
f. T bls impression is based on the abrupt manner in which his H a
prospects are dismissed when the subject comes up. OLu UlA U is m tries
Almost' immediately your attention is directed to Billy Hun- oyt Wilhela ________ ____
,ter and Gerry Coleman, and very little doubt is encouraged as .* P. Boe l e Wt. COM
to the likelihood that in the end one or the other will be the 9
regular shortstop. Getting on the Giants' roster t e a JI I p r ted 4%1 Fr. P 375. Pool elesm: 124
Hunter, .243 with Baltimore last year, was part of the deal was my biggest break. I picked t sRaee the D ble
that brought Bob Turley, the fireball pitcher, to the Yanks. up my knuckle ball while in high
Coleman (.214) was, of course, the Yank second baseman in 107 school at Huntersville, N. C. No -1f 5R.V. 8 !rsfo19 lef I
"'rames last season. Going by their averages, about all thy would one showed me'how to 'hold the --.a ..J.B.raVO !20 --Dae osly. haBdraop I-1
l.beem to have on the Scooter is youth. And that could more ball. I throw it off the first two --oa18- .. . -r -d ai g a 3R
t.fhan enough.ingernails.4 M 8daste B.1a g'
Nonenofthe Yank bralntrusfershas any Illusions that Hunter An unusual twist to my career f I i 5 -Lordg L Aa.18-Aingorayf 4L, 117
or Coleman (even both together) is ever going to replace Rizzuto with the Giants is that I relieved f ri 6 I l t I a ?0 San' J1 -
1.4& realistic terms. At his best, there was none better, save for only occasionally in seven years; I I I I I 7-A-aoarda F an. 97x- od at th tanc
Hans Wagner, whose big bat gave him supreme rating. The Babe, nthe minom leagues. : y ,
DiMag and the Scooter--they were the men who made the Yanks When Leo Durocher used me
'.of their times. as a relief pitcher it turned out By HAARY GRAYSON and the Mexican Is strictly a 2nd Race "H" Imported 7 FAs.Purse: $40M.0 Pool closes: 1:1l
S* t be a largo break for me. as I *' mafiana man. Roberto Clemente, Secgnd B ce of the Double
*';" now realize that this is what I W. MYERi, Fla.-(NEA)-The a Puerto Rican drafted from the
YANKS WILL MISS HIM was cut out for. pirates are-~etter, hut you cal Brooklyn chin, is only 20, but 1-Coronelino R. Vas. 10-Quit badly in last 4
I'm thankful that the Intensity ay that out the ightes he can run, throw and smack for 2-mismo A. Angu. 109x oe wide on turns
Rizzuto, of course, refuses to yield. "I'll admit my position Cf* today's g a m e made relief fear of beea charged Wthpop- i distance. 3--. of Scone J. Jime. 10x-Couldpay juicy odds 10-1
,An't too favorable," he said, "But I'm still the Yankee shortstop pitchers necessary, for otherwise ping off. he Pittsburgh 4-Mr. Foot C. Iglsias 108 -Nothing to recommend 10-
ptil someone takes the job from me." Unlike the dugout, Riz- easily might not have collect.tonals couldn't have been much Cop everything, Haney 5-Pincel F. Hidal. 115 -Nice effort in last
to gives himself the benefit of the doubt. "It was an off year," d an $11,000 plus check for a worse than they were the past ack hp- Windsor A. onza.
e was certain. World Series three campaigns. Ard, Toby Atw and Jim Man- 7-Viajero A. Gonza. 110 -Not good enough 1 -
Vnetiier the optic aids he started using late last season are Nothing much yet has shown gan, the latter back from Holly- 8-Paragon- G. San. 110 -Has strongest finish -
g,'iomg to have any material effect is for events to prove. At any up to account for the 496,000 in wood-on a par with those of 9--Royal Claim B. Agul. 115 -Form Indicates even
;S.Kainliar with them I think they handicapped, rather than help- generously shelled out in other Holdover pitchers are Max Sur-
atmle meo accustomed thdo themc now.Beca hawn't ltbonuses thFro PirentBaV 3rd ie "E" Native FyPre: 0n 3thr cb.N t.
".: ThE Scooter likes to remind baseball writers that Bill Virdon, 1Vern Thles nd Ben Wad ONE TWO: 1 e lu : : -
reliaquished by the Yanks n the trade which brought them Enos The tip-off on the Buccaneers Roger Bowman won 22 for -Bagdad -
Slawuhter. had his eyes measured for glasses last spring, and is that, save for the catchers, Hollywood with ERA of 2,51 and agdad R. Vas. 112 -Nothing In .onthe 10-1
S..wound up leading the International League in hitting. The im- By BEANS REARDON oMenl one memberto B. Agul. 118 -Rates go haage here 2i
yplid analogy is imperfect. Virdon Is only 23 years old. 24 Years in National League only one me-mber of the party, e igtfor at tathe J -Racing to oran 4 I
n," There is reason to sus pect Rizzuto's eye condition In one of Written for NEA Service Thom inthe b enter felcottuld Frat. Myers with his wife -and -O oder Gl. 114 -rDang erous this ti 1-
Wiong standing. In '48 he skidded from .271 to .252, and he often make the, seventh-place Cubs. child and a Cubani maid. Looks 6--Tampol ick J. Pi 11 -Traoped ea take j
Somunulained his eyes bothered him that season. He seemed to QUESTION: Team A Is at bat John W. ealbreath and his like the left-hander intends to -. Tampol J. Bravo 11 -Dropped heartbreaker -3
.UMlee It waw a kick-back from a seizure of malaria be pleked in the seventh inning, with the ide the n OM Mrs. Russell tik aroundte e.Bob Garver itewho 7-8. Tme J. Cado. 11, -Mtst improve more 1
1 fithe P9afle when he was helping Sam win the war. .cor tied., Afttr one out, .they res riea tefOlr Mrs. Russell, ic around. 19 ob Garve, a o ha.
oweVer, the Scootei came back with successive years of load the bases. Their batter then the first time tis sprig the1 chance.. Hane lwk R iRon Kline,
76. .324 and .274. and it was during this stretch that he firmly hits sharply to the third base- other afternoon. 'The Galbreaths a big right-hander out of the 4th Rae "H" Native 6 P e: 27B. Paool loegs: 3:a
|astabllwhed himself as the greatest of modern-day shortstops. man. He steps on the bag, fore- also own horses, Summer Tan a armed forces. Nelson King won
e ,ear he hit .252 was his worst up to then and the Yanks ing the runner from second then last season's two-year-old cham- 4 16 for New Orleans with an ERA
didn't mpke the Series. His .195 last year was, of course, even throws to the plate. The rbtlner pion, running in the missus' col- U of 2.25 and te control requiredA 1-E Pasha L. Giral. 110 -Looks good in workouts 44
1W.rae and, signifierntlv, the Yanks failed again. Will they miss heading home from third holds ors. After the ball game, Owner rnk Thoas o fa relief worker. Lau n Pep- 2-Consentida A. Ycaza 11. -Fastest at geta 3-
in h s teayourkiddinhetfi efpwsrkhngPeut 8-1
im? Are you kidding up, then breaks for the plate as Galbreath asked his wife what ke Cub r s a bonus baby sitting out3-Pola J. Reye 1 -Longshot posab 84
-tthe catcher, after taking the she thought of the pirates. B_ who could mae C i me. 4-Sin Igual Carva. 102x-Good early speed o-10
toss, fires to first for tho third "You take care of the Pirates, -81rena B. Agul. 110 --Jockey aould help 3
'- ] s j out. But before he throw reach- John," she replied, "I'll look aft-355 doubles. He scored 183 runs, As ill equipped as they are, 6-Takeaway R. Gomez 108-Rates e -
l t) L UtS t es first, the runner from third er the horses." swiped 42 bases. due largely to the lack of lon -Volador MenaR.117x-Hardto
Sa sce .moers across the plate. Does f ... ".. must have been the alti- ball hitters, Haney wishes tha 8-.-8. Velluda R. Vas. 116 -In thick of it '-
S-- o the run count?-Chris Arame- If Gene Freese, a 21-year-old tude, ays Haney, hoping it the Pirates were in the Ameri- 9-T. THin A. Gonza. 113x -Could payoff here 1
y Herbert Moiee det J s .o s dies. who drove in 98 runs batting .332 wasn't. can Lea ue. 10-Little Blue A. Verga. 115x-Ran well in return 3-t
By Herbert Moise dent, Jefferson Joseph, vice-pres- Anqwer: No-the runner going for New Orleans, makes it. the Tom Sfell batted .297 for! L"Migt have a chance to climb u -
It, Isdent; Astor Lewis, treasurer, to first had to be safe on the improved Bucs will snort a dou- Hollywobd, Felipe Montenayor there," explains.
Its getting tor be somuch of a Cleveland "Czar" Meikle, com- play. ble play combination that can .30 for New Orleans, but the The trouble is that the Pl- 5th Ra 'Non-Winners' :
win in the Atlantic D ,visionae tofficiin scorer. orldee overto Da'e i aWol d- type shortsttop, isrout of the Ar-i "- _.., _.___. ..__' 1- so_. ao 100 --__sh wn__o___0-
League that It is the con-ensus -The Barberia del Pueblo rierer-Cbraley Wilde. my. Curt Roberts couldn't hit or 2-L. Dancer F -L on 10
Latf the fans that the Dockmen softball team of Colon continue "A. Phil Caarretta was 18 throw well knougb at second base 3J L. I u I -J. de la Crus M. Ye 02xNo qon e
..s the champs. to hold mastery over the Corozal we h p and young re is faster. 4-Dr.K
e dpth.... h u m h.en be played in the 1935 clas- I tubs Look Like Gra10eafruit- o osn nsao 2
i mpleted the first round of this day at La Boca. the Colonrtes "- ,A Preston Ward anB Dale Longn '. -Paprusa 1010
cultl, the Dockmen averaged defeated the QM Boys 12 to 8. are as even as the three coins inl ______=_,
rune per a me on about an John Quinlan outlasted Fatso | the fountain. Two years ago, AAk i l I.L -
,erage of 13 its. The team is Blackwood and Willie Jules ith Ull n rrf O nI Long, whom Matatma Rickey fL S OSt Improve [ h ]th Re Imported o FtheDPu 400,. Pel -- -e
defeated nd is apparently ample offensive support by per- once tried to turn into a left First Race the D bl
ell on the way to coping the cv Appleton, who homered with By CONRADO handed catcher, came up as theemro Vs 1 -ho i i
le's first-place trophy, two on, and ponald orz is who -- most valuable player in the Pa- 1-Remero -R. Vas. 115 -- hould win this on? $-
-The-' Raeinbow City Mgajoi triple. hb~e the runs t hat !ced 1-Black Sambo Lord Basur clfic Coast League and was re- By FED DOWN and said his arm felt good. He 2-Barrlroe V. Cas. 118 -Poor recent pces 4-
l League has tentatively the game .t.ae CoBloa Barbers. 2-Rloyal Claim Paragon turned after a two weeks' trial. had a 14-1h record o 1954. 3-A. Fulmar J. Reyes 115 -Racing to bet form 41
Sril 2p opening date tor -- S-Tampl Motto Last season, whn he suffered NEW YORK. March 25 (P) Smith also indicated that h15 4-rusada B. Agui. 112 -Could scor agaiSn 8-
5 seaon. Last season s PA TALKEB 4-S.. Veluda Volador cyst trouble, the big fellow fell Manager Stan I.ack celebrates infield this year will e compos.. 5--Golden Tap Ruis 105 -JRan well shld week '
p : D"ak Millionaires. East Lanata, Mljh.- p em ortd,' Cerveceria Na- Hevan Gosper, Michigan State's 6-Remero Golden Tan but now is given some chance. Pointment 'in a couple of days son, second-baseman Bob by i--Reflectr G. Hian. 115 2 Neds a re ora two *-
f I a Powe Garage, will I ig Ten 440' and 600-yard track 7-Bradomln Klosro' Bid Gordon, still a cut-up at with his Chicago Cubs looking Morgan, shortstop OrannyHam- ---Encachada F. Hdal. 112 -Nt ready yet 0-
l ve ^Hm ta.U flranchlses may ',ith the Sttdent 8peakers Bu- 9-G. Dame II Devonshire C. Haney gets.enough swatting in the Grapefrult League. Jones. ._____ _ i
urnrSbers of the uau. His subject Is his native In-Red Rhymester Turgot the ouield, although the little Saddled with a 4-13 record and
: JS2d Pring, prel- Australia. ll-Yokito Daniel manager is going totake a good with Phil Cavarretta on his way The Baltimore Oriole scored 7th Race "D" Imported 7 Fgs.Purse: $GO ?PoLcloses: 4;1
.. lo0kat Reno DeBenedetti, a well out as manager only a year ago, a 4-2 victory over the Kansas Second Race of the Doubhe
,.. ~~, -- .r.i n.set-up right-hand batter wno ten Cubs today sported an over- city Athlets in the e other R
.- -. *,77: hit .329 for Denver and with aU 8-3 spring mark as well as ehi ition game yteday as 1-Regal Chum M. Ycasa 105x-Dangeroea always 3-1
some authority. Dick Cole. the a record of fIve victories In six Florida rains curtailed a ma- 2--Hlgh Heaven K. Florea 113 -Ea victory in lat -1
n ^handy man, also Ui available, meetings with the American Jo rt on of the Grapefruit 3-Bradomin L. Oiral. 118 -Shouldn't mtog here eve
--aney "- wudcoie -League champion Cleveland In- schedule fort the fist 4-Kiosco H. Rulz 110 -Racing to good t rm i -1
_\ Baney would like to c dpile diana. The Cubs beat the Il- time this spring. Bob Alezan -Dark Sunset B. AguL 110 -seea repeat tory S-1
So ......Thomas in the outfield. idy srg of six consecutive Portland in the W le Coast

3Presno State alun ha s been u s at e hth Race "Speiwhoal" Is most com P e: m"M Pm 4:
fworesix years. which.ble nhasspent ce n to draw Hack's spa- foredt-t' c-ld after f"ve
in the minors. Smith, 27, hit Ling-day mand assignment innings. 1-Queatods V. Cast. 113 .In new ".fv
B Arizona-Texas C Le .a. e p tc bamme the first cub pitoer In other camps: 2-Pugillst J. Avila 115 -May it
ing for .387. set an, all-time cir- toO seven Inningst~lprin. Manager Marty Marion of the 3-Lazy rook J. Bravo 110 -Blaing early -
cult ran astoshi 115 in t amesd with tll reb let allowed on- Chic White Sax said he ex- 4-Plne.bu A. Van& 110 -ImpFesive .-1
He amassed3655 tot bas ly twohits ne a honer by peted econd-baseman Nelson 5-Lifeboat L. Giral. 11 -Dlappointn t t r
imwith^ om 32en witl 'Vie hertz struck out five Fox to return to action in tj- --Irish Profit B. Agul. 110'-Improved tilk rFek -(
with 32 home runs seven wt battsand wared oy thr day's game with the Detroit Ti 7-Majestic R. Vas. 118 orm in e
the bases full, and 11 triples and Warren backer finished uI. gers at Lakeland, Fla. Fox has
.,Ut,.uelcer hal RM ace hai., two been sidelined eight days with
homers ana a aingie to spar a a pulled muscle in his grain. TLe Ith Race "r' Imported 7 F.asParse: 5M.N Peel elaut B:15
4I*"..bT GI. Bl-bit attack onMike Uarcia white -Box have lost eight ONE TWO ,
Fl 0 TA ME R CAN T E GRAN CO LOMB IA NA, A. lHaa Newhouser w$ e roolue straight am d Ytm ad M Moight B. Agul 1 Ig-Wl win '
a BTsOTA MERCHANT GRA COhOMBwANA, S. A. Tsn Boo aorl Yaemd2AlRgalo A. Mona 1:
. omered his th 0 of the their first squad cut, optio in 3--Clepsydra M. YC i105
ANNOUNCES -hanued who hit .264 to Denver. Ce t d s-Matruh H. Ruls 10 -Lng
SDes Moines last season. now consists of 41 p er, In- 8--. Club J. Brav 110 -Wl
.l" dCuos finished t t ga ie etluding 18 pitchers.i 7-ger's T. .Gom 110 P4-
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Linoln Life 4 3 51
Agen. 4
Elks 1414 1 l .15
1414pr 1
1Wthe ashaf
7'*a X= s leaders to
-a-t- _ssept for one in-
-zing. n.the sk were le ia.
Ina the bl game by one run
whih w. theo reult of Dou
palek's homern' over the right
f ieldSfe ..-gwwver, in the 4th
a cyclone struck d wen t was
avr, 11 batters went up and six
buiz rns were placed on the
With Boy Watson pitching a
teady ga the six runs were
folrethI were needed. He mI-
0owed'only one hit and that 'as
Jek'scircuit clout. Only In the
first innIng was Watson a bit
wobbly when he walked two men
in a. rqW but he came back
r tree .and inex te in
all Roy lal'rked, ut tlu strike-
outs to his long 0 1t..
-Joe Prill comes' a..for some
gloy, itpmuch as be had a
Derfbct dWy at the Plate, three
lor three, and in the bg inning
with bas loaded be knocked In
two rungpith a arp single.
Bleaky ad Bright sBredn
pitching chores for the El. Ed
Bleakley pitched d bal until
he weakened and Tomy Brht
wa brought to put out the Me,
which he did quite effectively.
S ELKS 1414
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Budryrt 1 0 0
Corrigan, 2 0 0
Burtonr,3 1 0 .0
Pajek, s 2 1 11
Stoudnor, 2b- 2 0 0
Hern, rf 0
Porto, lf 0 0 0
Gr lf 1 0 0
C by, 3b 1 0 0



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Dioshley, p.8

Sciwanrock, lb
Rathgaber, 3b

Perantle, rf'
Bowen, rf
Dilfer, It
Dilter, If
Smith, It

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Totals 25 6 64
,altar Le 4, e Ageny 1
studbor, scrappy and de-
terinined aggregation of Gibral-
tar Life a making a race of the
second half, when they pulled up
within one half game of the Spur
Cola.- Yesterday, they had on
their hitting togs and showered
the field with eleven hits which
netted four runs and te0 ball
game aanst Seymour Agency.
/ibraltar Lifers treated the op-
posing pitcher as a long lost
[ cousin.
While the Liters got many hits,
they stranded plenty of men on
the sacks and as a result It was
a very close game, Theu sore
was tied until the fourth Innin
when Gibraltar went ahead by
one run. In the next to the lest
inning, they came up with two
runs 6 clinch the decaisop.
Dickle Snyder and Babe Mar-
quard both had perfect day at
the plate, getting three forthree
each. The winning hurler was
Gibraltars' old dependable Larry
JAckson. This "oldster" allowed
only four hits, and the only run
scored against thim, was the cir-
cult clout by Slugger Sim Allen,
who smacked his third of the

Boatwright, cf
Corrigan, rf
Allen, lb
Huddleston, p
Pearl, 2b
Pearl, 2b
McGowin, 3b
Dubbs, c
L. Brockman, if

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Rager, lb
Adams, 2b
Brandon, ss
Jackson, p
Marquard, Sb
Wilson, If
Steiner, ef
Hutchinson, c

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3 0 0
25 4 12

The Coco Solito Cubs defeated
the Coca Cola Bottlers 5 to 0 as
they played one of the finest de-
fensive games seen this season.
Alejandro Lugo toed the
mound for the ubs and allowed
two hits, six walks and struck"
out two. Behind Lugo, his team
played almost perfect ball. mak-
ing only one error in the first
Inning. They also completed /two
double pltys.
Worden French was the losing
pitcher. He allowed five runs on
five hits and six walks. Only two
iruns were earned off of Worden
as his fielders made five errors.
The Cubs scored two in the
second, two in the fourth and
one run in the fifth. '.he only
serious threat Coca Cola made
was in the first inning, when
they had two on and none out

acifc Twilight Loop 2-Day

SaitPets Underway Tomorrow

Tea --- Won Lost'

ICobbe 4 6
Caribbean Command 2 8

WestBa9 1
Carundu 8 2
Claon .7 3
Koabe 4
Albrook 1 9
Caribbean Command 1 9
Straight Season
Curundu I
Clayton 9 11
brook 8 12 TRACK STARS (Top) Robert
Kobbe 8 12 Greene of BES winning the low
Caribbean Command 3 17 hurles in a dual meet against the
i ----CO Tigers. (Bottom) Jim Des-
By WALTER C. WATION Londes throwq..i the discus at
Tony Plaia, the outstanding Lthe samme m It dondes, also
manager of th .Curunidu a membenr-ore lidogs'l track
leaguers, yesterday rellnqu sqhed 5qua, finished third In this
fhis our year monopoly on the event.
league championship, when the .
West Bank boys, under the able *
leadership t Bob Tat won the
replay of t tie sgae ofMarch
14th b te core -of to K
The urundu team that comR- elIy) -SIo11
mitted six errors on the field
yesterday did not look like the ----
tesp that batl d nine full In-
nings toa 22 last wem 4As The armed forces track team
a matter of fart. from the o' t will present. ornidable entries
inning whoe West Bank scored th the sprinta~ d hurdles, yet
two rons on passed balls, while this observer would hesitate to
Asa Barley was working on Allan make them the favorites.
Scott, is looked like it would be
a complete rout-of the cham- In the. 100 apd 220 yard dash
pions. However, Barley got Scott they ha+e 0e .eqGedman, who
to ground out and it was 1-2-S was uRable to patticipate in the
for Curundu in their half of the Armed Forces meet because of a
second. ,A sprained knee. Gene comes out
In West Bank's half of the of Pennsylvania, andti his first
second Jimmy Sutton, mainstay love in sports is football. After
of the team and a real good rea- a successful college career at Ia-
son why they won the cham- did@ University where he was
pionship, led off 'with a walk an'YlA American selection. Gene
promptly started to steal second took his football skill to the ,De-
and galloped home as Frangioni.troit Lions. Here he was an out-
threw over the second baseman's standing defensive halfback for
head and the centerfielder al- the 1953 football champions of
lowed the ball to get away from the professional world. After a
him. week of practice, Gene has post-
The West Bank bombers sewed ed a 10.3 hundred, si, for a big
up the game in the third inping man he can move, as hiS buddies
when Pee Wee Linfors, starring in the 504th P-A. will attest.
second baseman and sparkplug
of the team, belted aw hard smash Alongside Gene, the soldiers
through the hole and past the have Bob Brown, who hails from
left fielder for a stand-up two Radfod Virginia. Bob got out
'bagger, Ra n.M Gabrera bunted of llTV school' in '2 and hfias
an Barley fielded the ball well been. : the Army some 32
and Wheeled to throw to third months. In high school Bob ran
but he was fooled as Pee Wee the 100 in 10 flat, the 220 In 22.6,
had remained on second. and the 440 In 51.5. In '52/he
Johnny Torres then grounded placed 4th in the 440 in the State
out to the second baseman and High School Meet In Virginia.
both runners advanced. Bonner The 903rd will have their chips
Hadley, a tall twelve year old on this boy the night of the re-
lad, playing his first season of lays.
baseball and of considerable help
to West Bank in winning the oue of Memphis. Tennessee
pennant, was safe on the second and Vanderbilt University, the
baseman's errors as Linfors scor- 23rd Recon. Co. inherited a big
ed. With Scott at bat Ramon Ca- strong fellow to represent them
brera scored on4a passed ball and and the armed forces in the high
Bonner Hadley who had stolen and low hurdles. Because he was
second moved to third, where he in school on a football scholar-
remained as Scott and Sutton ship, claude Brown did not go
struckout. out for track at Vanderbilt. He
While his team was giving him was good enough to earn a let-
five runs, Johnny Bateman, the ter at end in his sophomore year
difference between bing the and hopes to get Back In time
champions and runner-up team this fall to bowl over a few op-
again, was working hard and in ponents.
the first three inning had allow-
ed no runs and nobhadit However, Claude competed In
one batsman and ruck out track at Memohis Central, and
seven men. However, in the top in Tennessee State High School
of the fourth he suddenly los.Meet he placed 2nd in the high
control with two men out andhurdles and 3rd in the low hur-
loaded the bases on t hr e e dles. This big fellow can really
straight walks. top the timbers.
Bob Taht, taking no chances, I'll be back tomorrow with
-more slants on the relays.

5 Pro H h Divers nmmiately lifted Bateman in
r-a v OafW DAMn ro iR, C W i b

but couldn't come through with
a hit.- compete onigH
Coca 'ollto Cubs s
Plyers A R
Fahey,b 4 0 0 Hoel El Panam
Elzey 3b 1 0 0
Lugo, p 4 0 2 Bight high divers will dive
Camacho, as 4 0 0 from the Hotel El Panama to-
Quinn, lb 3 1 1 night in the World's Professional
Van, rf 3 2 1iHfgh Diving Championship. They
Patton, If 2 1 Ohave come rom different arts
V'marizo, c 1 0 0 of the United States and/ Cans-
Lowe, c 2 1 da.
Delgado, cf 2 0 0 .Taking off from different
------ floors o the hotel- they will dive
Totals 26 5 5 Into a specially constructed pool,
Coca Cola Bottlers in the ptio, 22~ feet in diame-
Wilder, D. If 3 0 1 terand 6 feet deep. For the first
rench, L. 3b 2 0 0time.a woman will compete in
Wilder, L. ss 3 0 1 thi champlof hi.
Fre ch, W. p 2 0 0The diver part inthe
Cot G. c 3 0 ontestre:
Fernandes. lb 1 0 0 Don Hapka present world s
Sander, of 1 0 0 champion of Milwaukee, Wis.
Doekery, 2b 1 0 0 Lois Clifford of West Allis,
Rankli, Ib 1 0 0 s.
anders, P. rf 1 0 0 .erry Whitenack -of Lake
Burs, rt 0 .0 0 Worth, Florida.
Totals Roger Nadeau of St. Peters-
Ttl s burg, Fla.
".Barney Ciprian former
-and rd place winner-f DI-
trait, Mjchigan.
oss Collns 2nd plaow an-
S. nr 104 and f m runler-up-
r j ,of Toronto, Canada.
oGeorge Rath of Milwaukee.

--.,. UZ j-uaon Ua rera, With
Bateman moving to center field
and Beregere taking over at
short. ,utton, in the meantime.
had his fingertip in the way of
one of Bfteman't fast balls and
moved to left field with Allan
Scott taking over the catching.
With this make-shift arrange-
ment behind him, Cabrera' bore
down and got W anP oI to his
to Johnny Torres wo couldn't
make up his mind whether to
throw home or to t'st base and
when he fipaly threw to first
one run &ad scored and the bas.
es were sill loaded. Boniy wort-
edt Cabrera for a Walk forcing
In Barley from third with Cu-
u's second and last run.
Marcum, batting fo ers ed-
ed the inning by t.
In this imntig West iik's ri*-'--
flelder Jimmy amilton made
the play of the day. With o:ei
out Garcia ined a s erching shot
down the rightfl fouIl ln
and Hamilton .em g the ball
Ilke a major leaI er. fir4 to
second to get Gaug tly a mile.
The balance of game was
routin. St atas Ia h only
t off Cabrera t with
no dmf done Barley left
Amnato SSow iaded when
he grounaded out Ptchr to first.

The Paoulk ....-a4t League
two cay Fair WAu get underway
tomorrow afternoon as one a -
clock when Roger Willams' "QOld-
timers" baseo"m team lakes nme
tiesa in a three inng gain a-
gainst a team 0r plaeLd saue
up of "-U ere sone.- bill Uar-
hn Jr.; itda' x MOadlane jr,
will be In charge or me.- .son
at two o'clock the ne~t at-
triction at the Fair will be the
race events for the kiddies
with toot races, three legged
races, potato taes, etc, for the
various age groups.
For tne grown-ups and grand-
stand managers" there wtIl oe
the "spill the milk" game, lor
the teen-age youngsters there
will' be the "hoop-a-loop" game
and there will also be a -f-iih
pond" for the kiddies.
The "Oldtimer Sons" team
will be made up of the fellow-
ing boys: Craig Stoudnor, Alex.
Eberens, Joe Cicero, B. Mead,
R. Mead, Pete and Eddie Corri-
gan, Jack, Jr., Terry and Larry
Corran, Billy Hele, Jimn and
Dan DesLondes, Billy Black,
Lane Thompson, Jack MoGlade,
Bill Carin, Johnny Matee,
Sandy Hinkle, Owen Suther-
land, Billy MeKeown, Jim Mc-
Keown, Bob Ridge asd Timmy

Francis, Bourne

Sign For Return

Match April 24

Archie More

Barred In Cal.

-Bad Heart

The eailfornia Athletic coM-
mission has revoked the state
boxing license of 3-year-old Ar-
chie Moore because the light
heavyweight champion "has an
organic heart condition."
ciayton Frye, Southern Call-
fornia boxing inspector for the
Commission, said after reading
a midtcal report on Moore, "it

Rodolfo (Beau Jack) Fran-
cis and Isthmian bantam-
weight champion Mel vi n
Bourne have signed contracts
with promoter Louis Crag for
a ten-round match AprIl 24
at the Panama Ndtional Gym.
it leamsea todas.
it. lw be ,t tird meet-
ig betwi the two boys.
Bourne has beats FPaneis on
a 13 round TKO In a title
bout and also on a ten-round
decision. Franis, vastly im-
proved since their last meet-
lng of over a year ago, is sure
that he Is ready to avenge
those defeats now.
The complete program will
be submitted for approval to
-the Psoam a Bdxng Commis.
sion Monday evenlg.

33rd C. 0. Makes
Honorary Award

To Injured Player

may mean the end -of his career." Col. A. Elegar, commanding
officer of the 33d Infantry regi-
Conmmission physician Dr. ment, "altered his script" slight-
James B. Ryan examined ly last Wednesday during Hall
Moore, who eurrntly weighs of Fame ceremonies honoring
In at two hundred pounds, be- the "Lifeliner" baseball team.
fore a scheduled non-title Walking to the microphone
fight with Frankle Daniels in after Capt. J. D. Hynes' intro-
San Diego last "iday. Ryan duction, the regimental com-
recommended that Moore be mander mentioned an "honor-
deniaed permission to enter the ary" presentation he was to
ring and the fight was called make.
off. Turning on his heels, he strode
to the reviewing stand and of-
Ryan made a comprehensive feared his hand to a surprised Al-
report to the Commission In brook Air Force player-S-Sgt.
which he said "The exertion of Jose (Joe) Acevedo.
training and boxing would be The entire Albrook Air Force
inadvisable and dangerous. Ar- team was present for the cere-
chie Moore has an organic heart mony while third-baseman Ace-
condition.' ved, unknown by him. was
there to be desiganted an honor-
Ryan, contacted in San Diego ary "Lifeliner.' The infielder
last night when the Commis- sustained a double fracture of
sion's decision was made known, the lower leg during a game with
emphasized that Moore did not Port Clayton February 19.
have a heart murmur, but a In presenting the honorary
"heart condition which could be "Lifellner" certificate to Ser-
corrected with treatment." geant Acevedo, Colonel Elegar
said, "during the 1955 Panama
When Moore was hospitalized Area Armed Forces baseball sea-
Friday with "a stomach all- son, -n- your position as third
sent"' there was speculation baseman for .the Albrook 'Fly-
the trouble might really have er,' you distinguished yourself
been his heart. bY your outstanding sportsman
shlp, espria *ad athletic skill.
But the veteran of some 20 -'Thes qualities," he contain.
years in the ring tossed off the ued, "have gained you the re.
reports with the statement sect and admiration of not ow-
that the only thing wrosig with ly the Lifeltner baseball tealq
his heart was that It was but all who have seen you plar.
breaking because he couldn't In recognition of your contrjib
a match with heavyweight ton to the competitive spirit aSI
n#g Rocky Marelano. go5 4 relations between the 71Fy-
Weaspd the 'Lifeliners,' and as a
Moore has signed for a 10- toa of our esteem, it is a
pound non-title-fight in Las Ve- pIesure and a privilege for me
was, Nev., May 3 with Cuban td ht-.. you an honorary
heavyweight Niflo Valdez. The r. o w. .
eaniels ficrht was to have been Members of' the Lifelner base-
the first of two tuneups for this ball team received "Hall of
|bout, the second being against Fame' certificates and were con-
Dale Hall in Hollywood April 16.jgratulated by Colonel Elegar.
j. Attending the ceremony, which
Moore won the light neavy-iw .held on Lifellner field at
weight title Dec. 17, 1952, from Fort Kobbe were Col. John W.
Joey Maxim. In recent months Oberdorf, Aibrook AF base com-
he has campaigned extensively meander; Lt. Col. Joseph M. Mar'
rmong the hteavyweIgti and tin, base executive officer; MaJ.
1 as waged a bitter verbal cam- John S. Van Epps, base person-
paign in his attempts to get a nel officer; and Lt. J. C. Cotsko,
a shot at Marclano. base personnel service officer.

SEYMOUR AGENCY TAKES I o-5a w l..h for 1.oma &wi l.
THREE P.OINTS FROM "eami sutan cun aare newi t
L.,. ianzrance d :f '*,J%
The Seymour Agency insur- e.-.a y j'uz i %i
ancement took over the Colonial' .... 41. .... a V
*Isurance team Tuesday night M. o0 4 Lnuam Li b6u
at Diablo in the Major Bowling' Agency ,s,,i i
League by a score of three to s. 1. nowSa Co. z. b %
one, taking two games and pin-' ,.esouineau-
fall. 'Swede' Nelson had a big 593 weaLangnuuse 42,a 6 ,L
for Seymour while subbing for Max &. .~empel -
Curly Bates, followed by Hud- d& bon 66-.
dieston with 577 and C-rslt Her- "---- ,
mann with 566. Bob Waggoner The ten h n. a.-rage boeviom
held high spot for Colonial with as ol 'muesaaj njg4
591. followed by McElroy subbing
for Eddie Lowande. Name Games
The Fuerza y Lux "Ready Kilo- Coneiy 'd 19-i-
watts" knocked over the Max R. Balcer 48 1-.
Stempel quintet for three points Meianson 70 9+.s
to hold on to second place by Waggoner '18 lI _9
one point over Local 595 on ad- Best 7 Ig-
Jacent alleys. Stempel won the Coioert bo gi '
first game by three pins and lost' Coiston 61 191+
the next two games in the final Uleicnman 75 180+
frame. Stephens was high for Fileoaric 6d 11/S.4
Fuerza y Luz followed by Earl Huddieston 'a 1 r-
Best with 561. For Stempel,I |
Welch knocked over a big 605
with games of 180, 256 and 161 Le-Tourneau-Westinghbt .
while subbing for George Zeletes Burgoon x4b .04 18 M #
who went to the Army bowling iumpp i 147 167 1 ""
championships in the States) Morrow 13u 1U 175 1n '
followed by Hal Kaelin, who Coffey 214 161 236 ,a
celebrated his return to the team Balcer 221 188 201 1
with a smooth 555. _____ _.'.
Local 595. NFFE held grimly 854 899 9 2 a
to the coattails of thesFuerza y .
Luz team with a Vbree-point vic- vs. H. I. Homa Co.
tory over Mutual bf Omaha en Theis .1u 181 1 -
aleys 7 and 8, with RoUy Olelch- Oaumer 174 167 170 ,
man bowling a nice 591 followed Cypert 147 148 176 i I'.
by Andy Hudak with 587 and Rogers 122 194 170 576 -
Bob Bowen with 551. Tony Lut- -
tenberger, with a 233 second 878 m m 72
game, led Mutual with 552, fol- W
lowed by Lane with 550. Fuerza Luz
In the final match, Le Tour- Stephens 1.0 201 181 -87
neau-Westinghouse took three Thomas 170 170 17, 511
point from the H. I. Homa tile- Anderson 168 153 200
setters as Billy Coffey rolled a Allen 157 203 180 5
fat 611 for evening igh, follow- jet 206 184 171
ed by Balcer with 610. Bill Rog- -... ..18 .17l___
*1 917 911 WIN
r nfrl vs. Max R. Stempel & Se
ap~,,u~i GOratana 157 182 172 .61
S. Dalley 157 155 212
IA NA !Kaolin 222 160 178 .
Welch 180 256 1 lo ,
League c*Bhmidt 172 156 169
894 M 805
At West Palm Beash, FI., called- Colonial l nsurse
n Sth, rain Waggoner 193 216 W
Baltimore 400 00-4 12 1 Boyer 154 306
Kanss Cit 200 00-2 5.8 ,." lw roy 1 M I IM
Alexander and Moss. Ditmar, Colbet j7 18 1
Haag (3) and Atroth. LP Melanson 1883 200 1,j
Ditmar. T 1

At Mesa, Arions vs. Seymour
Cleveland (A) 010 100 000-2 4 1 Hermann 204 190 i
Chicago (N) 010 111 llx-S 13 1 Hicks 234 168 1
Garcia Newhouser, Mosil and Nelson 168 213 a,'
Hegan. IAush, Hacker (8) and Armatrqng 157 168 89 .
Chiti, Tappe (8). WP Rush. Huddleston 1883 198 I96
LP OGarcia. HR Werts, Rice -
2, Speaker. 6 95 8 2 A
At Fort Myers, Fla., Brooklyn ---_
vs. Pittsburgh, called' after 2 in- l oa .595, NFFE
nings, rain. Frangloni 186 172 187
Hudak 225 174 188
CANCELED RAIN Jamison 135 171 182
Bowen 168 188 196
At S Petersburg, Fla. Detroit Glelchman 234 198 19:
(A)-New York (A).
At Tampa, Fla. St. Louis (N)- 988 903 Sa I W I
Chicago (A), .
At Clearwater Fla., Washing- vs. Mutual of Onmah ,
ton (A)-Philadelphia (N). Albritton 162 190 186.
At Lakeland, Fla. Cincinnati Luttenberger 159 233 16t .
7N) "B"-Buffalo (Int.). I Foster 156 132 I54..Sj&
At Sarasota, Fla., Cincinnati Presho 135 168 190. ,6
(N)-Boston (A). Land 177 159 214
At Bradenton, Fla., Brooklyn
(N) "B"-Milwaukee (N). 7O9 891 8a15*'M

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jaONG KONO. March 25 (UP
-'O'e storied pirates of the Clhil-
! coast, knows for their bold TIRTIETH YEAR
es, recently made a braz- .
ttempt to seize a U. S. na-
Stransport in waters of Hong
ig, reliable sources reported
e attempted seizure failed, Prosecuto r
sources said, when the IST
ue' Island radioed another
Svessel for aid. A
.e occurred la st Saturday
I. naval sources would not i
Utjse the reports, current in
f11V, rennonilhlft and well-in-

S ed Chinese circles. (Continued from Page 1) police chief Bolivar Va
got it between Jan. 19
These sources said the at- Foreign Ministry, Lasso de la Ve- from Col. Elfego Monzon c
S pted attack was made by 1a said he felt sure there was temala. He quoted police
heavily-armed ocean-go- io doubt in the minds of the to prove the date of Mi
junks. They closed with Assemblymen, who will decide arrival in Panama.
League Island as it was Ithe impeached President's fate The most dramatic act
g toward Hong Kong. at the end of the rebuttals, far in the five-day trial
sources here said th e The prosecutor quoted a let- yesterday's presentation c
"obviously were pirate ter from Secret Police chief murder weapon and an
and not Chinese Commi- Jorge Luls Alfaro certifyihg Schmelsser to Assembl
naval vessels." that Adolfo Quelquejeu, 1'ana- who were given the oppol
They said the junks involved manlan Inspector with the ty of examining the Ge
of a type different from Onassis whaling fleet who was paratroopers' machinegu
used by the Red Chinese in Gulsado s office the morn- The prosecution aimed a
e ing of the date of Miro's visit. ifying statements made b
Attempt to ase I z e the left Balboa azeard the, Olym- defense in contending the
import was the first reported plc Splendor on De. 16. confusion as to the ider
Shih pirates have attempt- Quelquejeu had reportedly tion of the guns. '
I n naval yes- gone to Guizado's office to re
tp stop American naval ves- gone t of several The special prosecutor
at least since the U. S. Na- port on the seizure of sever plained the deputies th
began using Hong Kong as Onasss ships bythe eruvianer the assassination inve
creation port. go vernment .. eh i.itd ia ors hunted in vain for thi
iaall coastal freighters oc- Miro has said he-visited in der weapon, Col. Bolivar
onally have been b o a ded November. ozado, ^onthe other ino, commander of the N:
Looted by pirates. .November. iutzado.on te eo-r Guard obtained a Schi
The League Island was about hand, claims it was in Dece machine gun from Guat,
miles off Hong Kong when t Yesterday's charge by the pro- friends. This was the gun
lookouts spotted the two section that Victor Calvo, 22. to Miro which he identify
They turned off lights nyear-old Cuban whose volun- of the type he had used.
began moving in, one on ... ..e..,^_ ,v r, cadet Tejada mali
Me of the League Island. try confession has implicatedve cadt ejaamai
e side of the League Ian epile tic, was ... it was not the death weal
futed by Lasso de la Vega. Later, when the Scham
Th League Island sounded f ebLsso e a tha. which killed Remon was
al quarters and radioed The prosecutor explained that in Miro s father s house,
assistance. The captaIn Calvo is afhigh-strung. d -A positively identfled
ed full speed ahead. The ervousnefssi ar C..re-.. I the one he sold Miro in
ter junks caught up with H m ht after Calv e- member. He said he rec
slow landing ship. traced his testimony implicat- ed It because of broken
o dn siotrcted his testimony mpicat- which he himself had r
tle League Island, with few Ing G .do he becam he extra- edand by a dent on the
on with which to ward offInely nervous, and. when he later ihe two machine gu
n with which to ward off explainedO that his retraction eto ar ind amnter
ck, began playing strong we. because he was threatened foassed around among he
ghts on the junks in an by two CubaIss n-am should have is who were able to
Pt to blink the pi r a t recovered his calm, he stiff ,;e where the assassination v
mained extremely nervous. was repaired.
Ily, reports reaching here L d V pointed out The second round start
a U. I. Navy tanker ans- tht Quelque left here eday with a rebuttal art
the League Island's di- on Dee. 16 he moIld tet have Villalaze, who atres th
l, ,,- rn fh .been at '""uado' n crepancy in oufcdo's as
e.. junks. apparently fright- Dec. 20, when Gulsado main-that he saw Min ro on Dea
Ineby the appearance of a talns the meeting was held. |20 and not on Iov. 20 as
U. U ship, turned and The p ieoutor has produced ~y Miro
Srnewspaper clippings andthe, tea- hThe prosecutor cited tea
r here mid there was no timony of two witnesses to prove
a of gunfire. I that Quelque eu reported to
ormed sources said the p- Guliado on the Onassti affair
probably mistook the LST on Nov. 20.
0 small coastal freighter. He. admitted he made an er- od ,f *r
IW -. ror yesterday when referring to sughl
IL, BALBOA TIDES the two Bchmeisper submachine Fou htFatal
BLO guns- now in the hands of the
SATURDAY, MARCH 26 police. A busload of Panama
ION LOW He explained that instead of Co., employee helped fi
**11:23 em. having a Schmelsser for some fir.e in a Chbre home
S11: 47 pm. time before the assassination, proved fatal to Mrs. More
-2 - 9 .k l d Pl a

)use Whips Through Bill

Plug Tax 'Loophole'

legislative steal" for bi corra
tons. ep. Ohaes t Hlleck
(D-nd.) fired back that the
. ab lutey 'without
juifica on. n". 1
The bil would r oueal a r-
sion which allows many firms to
deduct from taxable income not
only actual expense in 1954, but
also money set aside to meet ex-
penses in future years.
It also would knock out an-
other provision under which
some flrna can defer tax pay-I
ments orn income received for
services to be performed in fu-
ture years. l ar O
Treasury Secretary George H.
Humphrey had requested the re.-
peal action. He acknowledged
the mlo in reveu would run
onMtderabln higr t dan the
ed last year e-t r Trauuy
approved thtat.
Rep. Bale Bggs (D-La.) told
.the House the loss would run to
more than a billion doaors.
Chalrtan jJ e Cooper (D-
Teln.) < ,zS t ways and

sass nobody knows for sure.
Bem. Daniel A. Reed (R-NY),
-top R l on the Ways and
t ed the Deim-
tg -Vui ass strug-
gle" in labelling last year's GOP
,tax bill "Mieh, man's bill."
A Senate-House conference
committee is ched.4led to meet
Main to
House-par p ug -a $ha
-to an bu Jwtxilito
'.orate and
sX~*^KaLtm beyond April 1.

kppe k haIve run out of
Beanm, wa~a, scme Senate
.cut tm a l f foro

ASHINGTON, March 25 (UP)
SHouse yesterday whipped
sage a bill. to plug a "loop-
-in the 1954 tax law that
experts warned could cc
government "billions of dol-
to1 lost revenue.
i. bill now goes to the Gen-
where a group of Democrats
Sto use it as the vehicle for
iw assault on the adminis-
I' tax program. They said
ill offer an amendment to
the special tax relief
ited stockholders last year.
nW house passed the "loop-
Sbill 'by voice vote after
Itoat5 an d Republicans
k~y debated which party
U9 ams reswnible when
ile Ub tax matters h
Dtnooratlc leader John
IK aae rUass.) imad the
h~ad been
a legalized .

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now the truth and the country is safe" -Abraham Lincoln.

PANAMA, I. P., FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1955 FIVE n C s

Fixes MiroGuizado


itment With ,Whale Expert

given by Gulado's son which
was to the effect that the sqn
had been told by his father that
Miro visited him in November,
Testimony of witnesses who saw
Miro In the Foreign Ministry,
waiting to see Guizado, was also

Ambrjack, Jewfish

World Records

Cli d By Miamians
Luke Gorham, Louis de Hoyas
and Ed Corlett, have just re-
turned from a 13- day fishing
trip aboard Frank Violette's
"Seri" claiming two world re-
cords and 16 new Miami Rod &
Reel Club records.

All members of this Miami
Club the three men were fishing
in the Perlas-Pifias Bay area,
making the Rey Island Club
their headquarters.
They went out for rock and
reef fish, but found the sallflsh
becoming "so abundant they
were a nuisance," said Gorham.
former president of the* Miami
Fishing Club.I.
The possible world records
were a 1771/ lb. Jewflsh caught
by Gorham. This catch was In
the 20 lb. class, caught on 15 lb.
test line.
A 78 lb. amberjack caught on
39 thread line by another mem-
ber of the party is also claimed
as a world record.
Besides $silfish jewfish, and
amberjack. two striped and one
black marlin were caught.

Crespo asserted that by In-
dueng Miro to overthrow the
Reaoin administration, Guise-
do was agreeing to the use of
any means to achieve that ob-
ject, and added the only way
to overthrow Remon was by
assassinating him.
He colicluded by calling for a
verdict of guilty "because other-
wise the destruction of the Re-
public WOuld result, and I am
certain that you, as representa-
tives of the pepole, will not per-
mit that." ,
Lasso de la Vega, in opening
his rebuttal, replied to the de-
fense's charges that Calvo, whose
testimony against Gulzado was
to the effect that the ex-Pres-
ident offered him money to do
a' ob," was not an epileptic as
stated by the defense lawyer.
He said also that if Calvo were,
that condition would have no
bearing on his testimony and the
fact that he was telling the truth
when he testified.
Lasso de la Vega also de-
nied that the prosecution was
basing its case solely on Miro
and Calvo's statements. He
said he had cited the testhno-
ny of Rodolfo de St. Malo, who
Is Gulsado's business partner,
Jose Nieves Perez, supervisor in
Gulsado's construction firm,
and Guizado's son, to prove
Gusado hbad discussed plans to
overthrow President Remon
with MLro,
Again the prosecution referred
to the coincidence of Guizado
driving to Tocumen airport on
the same afternoon that cadet
Lu t Carlos Hernandez was ar-
rivig there from David on me,
afternoon of Jan. 2.

ie dis- .

SIke's Putting Gren Invaded
tatehy-Tailed Squirrels
oBy Bushly-Tailed Squirrels

Light a
a Cole,

a wt -year o an m
housewife who died in Gorgas
Hospital yesterday.
The employes were passing
the burning house en route from
Madden Dam to Ancon at the
time. On sighting the fire they
jumped into action, pulling Mrs.
Cole out of the house and ex-
tinguishing the fire in three
The employes who took part
in the rescue operation were
Charles W. Harrison, Milton
Horter, Jr., Theodore W.
Schmidt, Robert R. McCoy,
Kenneth L. Humble, Adolphus
I. Beckles, Douglas A. Hardig,
Livingstone A. Burke, Clifton
0. Bailey, Luciano Campbell,
Rupert A. Braithwaite, Vernon
J. Maxwell, Carlos A. Donaliclo,
Jose A, Remon, Eusebio Ruiz
and Pablo Brown, who was the
driver of the bus.
Mrs. Cole was the. wife of
Wilfred Cole, a civilian employee
of the U. S. Army at Fort Clay-

Brilliant Fireball

Hisses Across UK
At RNAmnh
LONDON, March 25 (UP) -
A brilliant red fireball with a
greenish trail hissed across Brit-
ain today.
Excited Britons Jammed pol-
ice, fire and air control tele.
phones from Land's End an the
southwest tip of the British
Isle$ to Newcastle 450 miles a-
way on the east coast near the
border ef Scotland.
.-.The consensus was that the
qbject was a meteor. None of
the telephones reported a "fly.
ing saucer" although some be-
lieved a plane had crashed.
The Air Ministry said the fire.
ball traveled at 80,000 mh A
an Utude of 00 miles
it vanished tn burstt of flalnm ,
unCttll U that
31=Ni Le.a
MOWN irt

-Bernard M. Baruch, ad expert
squirrel feeder, cast a reflective
eye over President Elsenhower's
putting green yesterday. Many a
ushy-taled rodent.was in sight.
"Where is that squirrel?" Ba-
ruch asked the President with a
twinkle In his eye.'
"Funny thing," the President
replied. "I didn t know anything
about this until I read it in the
The President referred to pro-
tests that arose when it became
known White House grounds-
keepers were trapng the squir-
rels that marked ap the putting
green and shipping them to ftr-
off woods. .
Sen. Richard L. eubjerger D-
Ore.) criticized th..chief execu-
tive for attacking "an American
institution" by "deporting" the
squirrels. I. I
Baruch, a financier and elder
statesman who spends some of
his spare time on bark benches
feeding squirrels., seemed rather
Unamused groundskeepers re-
ported the problem now seems to
have been licked-at least for
the Spring and summer. They
said the appearance of soft

spring buds has lured t
rels off the green back
The President expla
use of the golf green to
an early-morning guest
"I go all around here i
up to the green. I go o
ever I can."
Reporters asked the
old Baruch how he tho
64-year-old President 1
"He's only a kid and
fine," Baruch replied.
The financier decline
cuss his private confer
the President. He said
not use the Presiden
sounding board" for
Reporters learned
chagrin they lost a gc
portunity to get the Pr
views on the White Hop
rels Wednesday. They
ask him about them at:
ly news conference.
Presidential press
James C. Hagerty said
executive had expected
question and had been
with a good-humored
refused to say what it
indicated it would hold
other news conference.

,he squir-
into the
kined his
o Baruch,
. He said
and pitch
ut when-
ught the
Iho ietikr

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(N]A Telephoto)
FERRY RUNS AFOUL lOF ICE Ferry7 which runs between Buffalo and FortEie, N.eY.lft
dock-high after being tossed against the pilings I nde of the worst lee jams In h.Stoyr of the
Buffalo area. Howling gales with ts Up to 75 miles an hour piled up ice along the sorM of
Lake e and down the agar .

CHICAGO THAWS OUT Children on the way to school step back to avoid being splashed by
slushy remains of heavy snow which blanketed Chicago. Mild temperatures melted much Or
the, snow and pedestrians who wished to stay dry had to be alert when crossing streets.

Jelke Cases Erica Steel

No Girl For Wasting $50
NEW YORK, March 25 (UP) things being equal, I should be Ward had gone out toIethes
-The prosecution completed Its Able to submit this case to you with men shortly alr Jelke In-
case yesterday against oleo heir lby next Friday, April 1." produced them ear n In
Minot F. (Mickey) Jelke, at his The millionaire playboy's seec- Once, she said, h en,
retrial on two counts of com- ond trial began March. taed "two men tfrat=V wie.
pulsory prostitution. a" at the, swank PAlerNtRtOa
-r The state summoned as wit- HoteL .* -
Judge Francis L. Valente ad- nesses five call. irls: MIs Is i Steel sad she and Mis
journed the trial until Monday Ward, Miss Cordqva, Er ia Ward were Intimate with hB
to give defense attorney Georoe Steel, Virginia Dee and Barbara men but Pat received only
Washington Hen "time to ob- Harmon. Instead of the roma $100.
tain witnesses to aid in the de- The witness said she herselfgot
fense of Jelke." oe p roseutionhr n aah fla

Jelke is charged with making
prostitutes of Pat Ward a n d
Marguerite Cordova, admit e d
Cafe Society call girls.
Herz told newsmen outside
the courtroom, "I will spring a
couple of surprise witnesses to
show that Mickey Jelke has
been falsely charged with com-
pulsory prostitution."
"I think the first witness for
the defense will be a witness
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procurer who admitted selling
te charms of his wife, Pa
Thompson, to other men.
Miss Iftee who doesnt like
to se $50 bs wasted, testifed
she and Miss Ward financed a
Florida vacation for Jelke.
The money-wise Miss Ste el,
who once was the madame of
an East Side pleasure house, al-
so said she suggesteA a double
date-for-money after Miss Ward
h.nba U*Tl a i i- A-

"Pat screamed and yelled an
threw her monegr onthe floor."
Miss Steel said. "The man who
was the host told Pat to pick it
up and, that e would pay her
the other $50 bemcaus the other
man couldn't afford t.
"Pat refused so I kicked it up
became I Just c don't ee
lying there and going to waste."

Graduation Service

i, uooU ls who testified at the firsI tr l, "o'oee wT- eL 0 Moe C0 Uuul dl
d to Herz said collect 2 Pat owed her For 95 Students
ence with "I will hold off on the sur- Miss Steeo 35, dressed fash- AlEl in... Bf, *I!
he would praise witnesses. I need time to lonably in form-fitting black UILI D OCI )IC OlI
it as obtain one vital witness who is auit and carrying a fur stole o-
his OWn now livlsg in Florida." ver her ight arm, told how she Ba aurate er
and Miss Ward paid for a vaca- Baccalaureate Sevcfor e
e men and two women that, "all Miss Steers boyf end, Ineb- las s

hiswek- t wo alw Pat Wardnto move In w h High choL o ie Son

the chief i Circuit for'the stminl& f Pan-
dr s O ris He said he didn't want Patama, who s widely In

was, but as gone be e she had se.
Sfor an- Johns there and he didn't e allot L
Eight girls and 13 s were think It was a good Idea" el seec "n b 1roSa
- - bornat Gorgas aotspl ditgt Li o de High School Gee Club, Dn
Lth week Le aguaosW dtmistthe direction of Jep T
Sthe week ending at nidnlght,| Leler asked Miss Steel tio h a^^ ,
I Monday. March 1, accord to define a "John." I digh n School Ob,,, nn,,
the weekly hospital report. W. t d o 0. and tht
There were two deaths re and you receive money," s h e "rcia ., frnto, nf t_,
ported. A total of 197 patients replied. e l shean adaates have been Invited to
S were admitted and 193 dis-:.. .. .. graduaaes .. h. di... e..
charged during the week. Miss Steel said she and MIsi attend.


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The names and addresses of *
the parents of the girl babies |
were: Mr. and Mrs. 0. 0. Rowe,
of Gamboa; Mr. and Mrs. R. F.
McArdle, of Locona; Mr.
Mrs. Stanley Carngt, of
Oamboa; Mr. and Mrs. 0. A.
Jackman, of Panama City; Mr.
and Mrs. Robert A. anson, of
Oatun; Sgt. and Mrs. J. S. i.d
linski, of Cocoll: Mr. and MfP
J. C. Boyer, of Rodman; andt
Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Braswell,
of Balboa.
Boys were born lat week to 01
the following: Mr. ad Mrs.
Frederick CarringtL, atf Pan-|
ama City; Sgt. and Mrs. H. 1.
Crilttendan, of Caonzd; Mr. anid
Mrs. W. K. K ller, of ort b-
be, Sgt. and Mrs. A Rivfa of
Fort Nobbe; Mr. M
R. Able, of Coc
Mrs. and Mrs. L. .

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rf Balboa M. .
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