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:
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]
daily
normalized irregular

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

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
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00700

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Aiks Hike CONGRESSMAN TELLS SEYBOLD: Air Travel Revival Of Airlift Ne Bll Boosts

SHighway CZers Not Getting On Credit To Berlin Possible.
Paaa- --Local Paychecks
Panam Half The Breaks Comes To RP WASHINGTON, April 1 UP)and France lastnight protested l
H a T e B Sa _km -The United States and its Al- sharply to Russia against a
1 lies could quickly revive the Ber- Communist "economic blockade"
TON, April 1 (UP) Air Travel on credit is coming lin alrlift.ff the Communists de- of the 110-miles highway con-
t Esenhower asked WASHINGTON, Aril 1 (UP)Rep. George P. Miller to Panama. de on another complete lad necting isolated West Berlin
day to increase Pan-American World Airways' blockade of the German city, with West Germany.
appropriations for the said Thursday that he believes United States citizens in revolutionary Fly Now, P a Y American officials said today. The joint protest was drafted
i can Highway pro- the Canal Zone are not getting "half the breaks that Amer Later Plan soon will be avall- However, they added that they by the high commissioners of
s a move to complete able to residents of Panama and do not believe the Russians will the three Western powers after
to-Panama section in icans in Germany and elsewhere around the world get." the Canal Zone, company offi- o all way and close off the city the West German Parliament -
te ice Pres- Miller asserted that it is "unfair and unrealistic" to Negotiations with theChase land, barge and rail traffic. had appealed for Allied inter--- -
to the Vice Pres- Negotiations with the Chase Berlin went under an "eco- ventlon to break the new "tax
Aspesker of the house, compare the wage scales and benefits received by U. S. Manhattan Bank, which will Berlin went unnoe blade" last ndnht blockn to brea k the new tde." Ca nal Zone militx to $ 0000
t iat,eongress raise his employes In the Canal Zone with the economic status of handle the financing, began when the blmde"alans put midnight blockade." y p ras go up y 7
A apropriation re- nearin ua and plans are Wen tern uon a
000 to $74.- persons ving an working n he ontnental united States in sharpncreasen taxes enter- The ed East German g. a year, starting today, accordg to a Quarry Heigh
hne y hi service available at all PAA and ln. of the Belin isuper-highway
*, wGov. John" S. Seybold, who in the United States. Chase branch offices through- by trucks which supply 40.8 President Eisenhower yesterday afternoon sied int
A5 Blt ,00 was in the made his final appearance be- He said they should not be out the Isthmus. The officials said Allied air per cent of West Berlin's food law the nw military pa i which wi ike Canal o
i budget request submit- fore the House Merthant Marine asked to pay for, through tax- Panama will be the first Latin success in breaking the Berlin will be boosted by 1,100 per whch ill hike Cnl
congress lost January for and Fisheries co nmttee today, es or fees, such "special" ac. American republic to benefit blockade of 1948-49 probably cent, effective midnight last service paychecks by ,000 monthly.
of construction. The agreed with the California Dem- tiitie as maintaining a cus- from this credit plan which will would curb any Russian desire night. US se rvicemen on the C Zone and elsewhere sta
t asked Congresr to in- ocrat that "you 'can't compare toms office, aneble Panamanians and Canal to try it again. U servicemenon t n one and el here
it by 692donfl00 to be the Canal Zone with some town It was at this point that MH- zone residents to travel to any But they conceded the new The Western protest was, for- earning their increased moneys as from today.
ever a '0e-year 0 od. In Virginia." ler broke In to assert that Zone of the 85 countries served by taxes on trucks which carry 50 warded to Berlin for delivery to The total pay boost for US militia per el wor&A
,aklo. es by $25730,000 The committee wound up employes get very few conces- PAA with only a small down per cent of the traffic in and out Soviet High Commissioner G.
authorluation requested three days of hearings with gen- loans as compared -with other. yment and the balance in of Berlin would have a "serious M. Pushkin om wide under the new bill is $745,000,000 a y .
Waited States share of eral congratulations to Seybold U.S. citizens employed by the monthly Installments. effect."
uerlan Highway- for an effective presentation of government abroad. It will be of special value-to These officials would not Contents of the protest note Although it means an extra
thrin was current problems, p es and ebold declined to predict anama Canal employs tra- predict how far the commu- were not disclosed immediately. workload for fnane officers,
000.tof which $6,- conditions in the Canal Zone. developments he Zon veling to and from the United nists would o in harassing the However, it was understood the the spokesman reported, the
a po h -cniro priod the u p csa one. developments o the Zone as a Sltates on vacation, f Iuainess or West The harassment Is re- West accused the Communists.of monthly increases ill be re-
a' appropriated s0 The future prospects of United consequence of the Panama-U.S. emergency trips: agt hrhe
States citizens in the one oc- treaty revision which has yet to arded as ati a nst violating the 1949 agreement flected in the April pa; checks.
r estimated that the coupled the legislators during be approved by the Congress. airn American as the firs Allied progress rear g which lifted the year-long "star- According to an Air force of-
wesup..ied the blleslt d a d by th Congs rli pvatpoyn btkade (eiferiinp- flla, e change t epa
dant neeid to corn- much of the third day of hear- He said mue will depend on etallment buying o ram West ovation blockade" of Berlin m_ li-a, the changes in their PaY- .VI
Sseybold said he believes U.S. treaty andtwhat extent the first to U.S. residents l a ment M The West German n 1 out the assignment of a tonal
00 citizens are now "paying their Zonegovernment will be requir- The plan caghton ayin It consulting with he t eran Banes personneL .
states share of $74,- way" insofar as they defrmy e(1 to teet the additional ex- =_.. n ..... o n -- n Britia h and West por- wers urd nh Weern The chaNt ovee
I leap, .$'7,490,000 cost of facilities a servips wenses that wrildl develop before cauld aford travel man go.ent and Bett powers to demand oneellation Ing Aone- e

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S1. l. government will mus. It also has been adopted e food d officers will he to adjust the da
continued olicyb other airlines. 1100 [M essential clmmoditles. f
A pr" ,W as h t continue as matter of ailey by 82 other airlines. thA p counter blockade of East income tax deductions of the violeic e sneece
.YO AprilI(U(P).,WashigtonBen onentrat-hthenPnama' Canalfn tat It takes its place with installment hei n tre aeet p oe dte
Sto se e th a t e n e th .. e lti ze s A c c la im e d a s so u n d b y ba n k-od r ey p oel
S two women co- ed his attack on Ward's can be kept in operation re- buying in commodities such as thAAth leastone o
Mint F (Micky)Jela t sley charging that ie ardw of any ances automobiles, television sets and I fl I d A
"; Inr toI, "new more about the fats of nn rPanama. other public needs. It is easily Fo r h eemI j re a rr ied mre r
a -ntoday of tw life at the age of 15se than my .The Zone government in- arranged for the individual, sub- rt p tero rrentsb u rev
of compulsory protto Canal Zone children n she tend insis to go slow on incorporat- Ject to the usual safeguards of Ma. Gen. Lionel C. McGarr, diately whther the terro
o United States Schools. The vaca- development is nevintable d action on the applicant'sid. Ho tal today suffering froma th
as Jury foreman Je ne i c dislocations for S cit izens nancing may cover c hares on Caribbean, wa be con. shgn at ered bot c e a- vemt
I lt, an insurance broker onlue s h ste 1and insure that efficiency transportation only, or all costs exercise director for Exer i sJe ibo -
Steo ontinu thouh th coming citizensdisaced for an international ,gle Jim. ae ainine Departmenter at waing o ab ur madhe icMa' h eee
itth me adtwotwo week thnsouht maintained. A exiting ro- Hr B rt Sherman by Personnel ftoday.A wounded American crew- r and alet. Pce brought en Cypri
n theadversedecisions hem at E 3. He declined toadmit that el otel ae ta Nearly 1100itroops from the 11tl member f the Ac chtic Maid, have been ccni.
a. to etday. y and m t hilren are wage rates will tend to levelad ig Arbore iviion Fot a hich as fverdit to n by an the y began sooting t t.. n hh ex l e
p t out near the existing S. special accommodations. nit tics teiq appli- Ig whihhn e were ordered ed
h JSW te ta w as tr eor on ci n junths employee are being given a prooginatesKentucky, wi take part Ecuadorean patrol launch a few "I don't believe these. Hours e ro tat
$a ter on e s rate aba oned committee Americn's reognition that the te exercise to be held from May days ago for fishing about 20 will be violating international
St Sw n Caf e afternoon for several than a- years notice o thte cnersion A d economy i bae o ce 6 to June at Fort Sherma, miles off the Ecuadorean island law for much longer he said The corcy e rt ver-
wa gcusd of entcina tonit Spotas Zn cosh are accessible of the job to a local-rate cate- a seriously ill Panamanian from Air Zone the annourl r Cmen- thighs and lodged in the other. a ly. oin t the merus arret buerbet l
ner ren n the dry eason. gory and ever y effort Is being El Real this morning by Albrook mand wi transport troops from Origially, today suffering from a According to the chief engiece d the
telfefa t Un ited States Schools. Thave vbeen made to find othercomar able" helicter was suce ul a fer Fbe to the Canal beone ed hat his leg as ltate. never's understanding, the cap- ?s tw e rnmbersf M
ia charged withe y iclued ys the Etholidays, will deny t r te dsad te frst tr l nig i duted at the USARCARIB rn-nand facing the possibility of not tain of the patrol boat the pendene rom rtan a
tt nthehandsl of conr thie Ester Vation week. Indivi citizen displaced fron I aii t raining enter atwalkng for about four months, oad their the i Ma d the lca mo
r- thaf10-me he ad The Caribbean Girl' their ob5. by the existing ro- He I eicopterris o r- Shermaoo in Personnel i f amily back home In battles eari a have demanded separation






gir into a eb 1955 wylP be held this year from ducked ship traffic, the Canal ing, and transferred to Santo Jungle Jim wel aid the Army in Washington, would receive the fere ktip er c ew an efat ad1 Britain, which last fall trhe c|
dea0f teomenaced to a .4.c 31 to pr 7 a Ft. zone s. expected to do ro bet- Tomas Hospital. development of organize tional erroneous reports, than he was posbe Tey mearran- ds tre g Middle Balal ,
ilcnsif 4ter waring e ter than bgram to make better use r- lo- the 33rd infantry Regireens ret. William Peck, ch e is ng ot n" hte m we eva te and getoroun ea te
lasses w be re ed Mon- to lose about $3,00,000 in the forced to return to Albrook due Partihepating troop will cse or- doctors report, may not walk e accoman h







day, Aprl 11 in al United 1956 fiscal year. to bad weather conditions.Flight ganized into a battalion combat for four months. War e tle dekrhand on Greeks eore the -
d ot consider them- hool books will be forgotten cal labor will bmat e treof a nt loss o Lan and nurse Capt. Antonette tantry battalion an airborne field dent which ocanrred Snday e recalled, "ant Homer on Ct
a s te hd and most children are making l stantdally as any employee laid provide training inI dividual and the -octor s verdict this morno T
wn he-lr o he 1modyInm his legs were in when they began shootinght us.hodlitg hiah e
SNrly ve ry o n e n a n a l unit tactics ad techniques applying while both his le were n when they, ing





aa enthetetiony said e didn't recall "any were ordered held r trial
S bcaesociety.w plans to accompany g their pa- off by his Iemployer, such From El Real cable to jungle warfare and Army casts up to the hip. A bullet fir- Peck was just enthe
tryor on special pc t employes are being given procedures n air movement. ed from the Ecuadrean patrol wheelhouse when he w pa so
whether s s to the various Istmian vaca- year's notice of the conversion A second attempt to evacuate Troop a arraft of t h u tor roh on trohe thig one f both legs. eours S -c
ion spots which are accessible of the ob to a local-rate cate- seriously ill Panamanian from Air Forceo Tactical Air Com- .thighs and d n te oter al ni where he was o
dws h cc fr riendtn during the dry season. gory and every effort i n s being El Real this morning by Albrook mand will transport troops from Originay, it had been report-t n a d tranpru by vioece d the






-aipd hi hled wit- o ag r lPecnksfalnoodrsfonal- snd alsea
e the life o t a rootitute" re tan activities have n made to find other comparable helicopter was successful after Fort Campbel to t she CanalZoned othat hiuus sleg was wo are .on ed h we and four v re ent
aI chargewt h canal Zobythe Schoolay Dieionemployment tor the displaced the first try last night failed. anl return. Today the 42-aaar-olds en d b th e w ded. C onsul of his arm, en areyeas IL
o e to the ucc eul chool ys' State in whic 5. Due to high costs and re- nts by H-19 helicopter this morn- troops in jungle or diffictics, Exercise family back home irn Seattlend Consul thereis m aid today: ham maner of
d epths of depravity...-ch 1955 wll be held this year from duct pred ship traffic, the ananl weeng, and transferred to Santo Jungle Jim will aid the Army in Washington, would receive the ---- State Department want- am and
lgi OrL t tyit have beeMarch 31 to April 7 at Ft. Zone is expected to do beio bet- Toms Hospital development rsltd nc- feld of erroneous reports, than he was ed me to get home as fas dent oA Brt il e tLmr
redi itmsraegcdit
o ell the trth." lick. tea r The chan break even n the cur- Yesterday, the 'copter, posted and equipment requirements for over his predcament. He is not possible." The made arrange- ndas
t the ere Included among the studd-rent fiscal ear and s likely by Capt. John R. Peacock was j gle warfare. insured, and according to one ments for him to be evacuate
t Classes wll be resumed Mon- tolose abt $,00,000 n the forced to return to Albrook due Partipating troops will be or- doctor's report, may not walk onh- air teho Garden will bPek arrive ar
Sct Uo waed Stic- day, who are graduat11, in all United 1wi nnounscal year. tag o bad weather conditions. Flight ganized into a battalion combat for four months.tudents oertln asain over the week- and
the to sixe no bet States schools. Sunday ybold said that the early surgeon Capt. Carlos D. Rul- tam corge istin of an airborne in Looking back over the inci- Warren Crtley, deckhand o-n Syria and Turkey ad
Strial a The Latin American Schools 1955 estimate of a et loss Lan and nurse Capt. Antonette tantry battalion, an airborne field dent which occurred Sunday he Arctic Maid. bomber range of ron Cur
barred th press and the Canal Zone closed the $300,000 has -turned ut to be Kelso wereabard both trips artillery howitzer battery, an air-The umorning,Pek r stud feelshopesthehip's skipper, apt. Homered, rongholds.
~le lfdi rst time. eschoolterm today and will re- unduly pessimistic and the Ca-s The helicopter returned borne engineer platoon, and a de- State cDeartment will reah yro reported there was no Tehe sland is dotted
Inter101pron on the thec o lr






ente prison thteaopen for the nex t term early nal company will at least break brook With the pati ent at 11 this obtachment of a regimental ia me definite understanding damage to the vesselhk- c, andwhich s ritish military I
a New York an d carried forward for aulta in the co- books or crewmen had been fishing grade. attermd fter tt et hmornoog bombing ae er.-popu de ta-
possession of before, this was thefirst
S.to thej atNearly every ne On Canal Zone Wilc l Be Bilingualt e- .
ere of al expired their e not be e Th pe aPeck, flat on his back today,
Tolo o n te on mouoyhsaid he didn't recall "any ex- ,v.
SDO cause' being offered lor the pa-
salAad dw ma liecould trol launch opening fire on his
htEasinterette!031 to ns ship, but he said he felt the
SAmercan US Schools r ram eveops ma terowrestedinthe hands
in the coming year. Teachers throughout the Lat-chool work, norma scheduled from numerous visitors who are ae h ano lame and Miami a
was a eonvicd .e Latin dAmerican Schools_ 0 .The transition represents not in American schools reported In a term, was up tt date at the educators and teachers in thelcldren who have been inform-tO
.the Canal Zone put away their only a change in the basic lan- that the young pupils displayed -l'ose of schools witd no lagging Republic of Panama schools. ed by the U. S. Consul of hi ness cnferen
Setim must rely s o kstoday and-prepar ae but one in the school cur- a high degree of cooperativeness! n studies, it was reported. An example of this was dur- plight.
tesmoy" Valente to enjoy threemonthvacationiculumwhich' accentuates an and took to the use of Spanish The changeoer rom En- Ing a recent visit of Ruben Car- "I only hope this doesn't get
e tetimonofy ofpr-after a completion-nof ahighlyUe8ucational orientation to the laiuarae with a zest lish 0o Spanishl was not with- les, former Minister of Educa- Into the Seattle newspapers," aCheo n
W ho ae snk the successful school yearin.which Republic of Panam~ for students Wtn a month to s out some mir difficulties tion' textbook author, and one was his main concern today, ham manager of
eptts of epravity... the change from nglh toeo predominantly, panamapan weeks after schools opened, and sme i .previsions were of the leading figures in the Panam an el
of tt p~ have been Spmnish weas ageinTe basic citizenshaipi.whch Spanish was being used exclu- required ThL raesultd prine field of education the X 'Benefit Casinode of y
to $#11 the treth." Ua{teuactInindergar- The changVI one which had sively in both classrooms and pall from the lack goodmus.
t, quWly between Lien an te x es. been proposed by educational on Ike playgrounds. The st- e xtbooks in two of the b- In visiting some of the socai ens T
a re hg aesemrn iorso, 5at over a nod of severaluyears. sontinue the use of Spanih Miss Emily Butcher, musicbook written by him were in The benefit ca at El e n li
LA Ad7 at Rainbow Ci- The1 forthechan WereafterclAseadjournedrsor, said that children use. CarIes expressed astonish- Rancoe Garden il be in
s t., who are graduatingantw ril announced J. t a year ago by The Interest displayed by the euroyed Spanulabsongs "t dif- mentat the aptitude of students .dper n again over the week-
but~lm ~t fib-m-oba e presented diplo .mb Go",r L. Z. L. 8tyb0 pupils.wa reflected by the large fie.ds were _l.eop.teed In ob-. IS d In silent reading tests n, dwth play beginning to-.
t exerepreente cha- number of requests received taming songboma In Spanish and thr grasp of the subjects in
has CJ teeemn Tecme toSo-midable problem from parents for training cours- for the younger echildren..The under study. e lg a f d
+. elm, school QM- pr d i uof ad timos tb both teachers so in Spanish. This resulted in same difficulty wv encounterea The ceurriculumnusdIn the featuring roulette wheoi"
.. s..1of puplsb uLe plan was in- the orgaiaon of nl"hI clas8 In obtaining satlatetory science Latil American leho lwas blekJe1k chuck-a-luck, madil
.ted ad cartled forward for adults in the v corn-,books for ellemite ti par"uMed after tual of schools the ea -populfa .-11 dice ta-


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Su echo ioue.ly ncongreia
-- committee rooms and behind
,' What's involved here is a contest
SUMMIT GARDENS among southwestern states fo
Saturday the Fort Kobbe Teen Age Club was given iS control of water i the Colerad
treat a tour of Summit Gardens, conducted oy Ry River system From the point o
ItaM^ in eM-l view of a a neutral observer, I
I a sp aveo his time, some three hours of it, in exp a perfect example of th confu
6iunn soundIn Alsilmilt oar
dlu P Ifave .arp.t.t we did Rot Wiw a rfe example,
t., Iti find that he is also an artist. ptes a tthe local level, rather
S*01tour Was started by looking at some snakes; a coral snake a national terest.
Ar-dalance which are found In this area. Then thee teak- Thergum ts that the two side
r ee wre explained to us. d throw at each other re victou
tA tereting phenomaena o bamb that it mes.up and in sdmniu .ea misleading
f. d sate'will always be the -sam, m I t does hot ,gro ti Present indicatins .e,that if the
K only An length nom the sprout. controversy is settled by this Con
I of um have noted the pamn trees on the let just after gress, it wl be the result f
e gardena and wondered wh the beoQaggleu appear- oucal lo 'olling deal VFth o
0. $ itsleaves. 1 4 paul 3unya. q
U aa ,laIed It to us this way; there is a certain ba
wM b hakeshishome in this palm by cutting the underneath The billion-dollar project to buil
'oth heavy veins of the leaves wnich then droop down two water storage dams in th
Sa shelter. Sure enough on looking up underneth the upper Colorado system bas bei
0 Re pI tree was found to have many bats in its bedirey. kicking around for ieears. On
S he sowed us chicle or chewing gum tree, demonstrat- dam would ( be1 G anyone
I wthe latex comes from the fruit which is then refinedAr., 13 ml below th th line
St ae .-for chewing gum. He got some of the chicle The other would be at Echo Park
o ,- hishdaso ,e--iove It he picked some soap berries oC10 on the tributary Green RIv.
Is sadr a very good lather and remove n three miles east of thpta
'3 We ware then give aome leavesre uahub o try tl de4l4 '* .. ,
o odor. taetually !ne of the "gal IMfsall:r c' The two b dams would have a co n;
WI were then shown a large termite heat and the fact that bledlon kioual and prove
hviT t hasve a covered runway down to earth to keep their igaon wat. dor o v e I0
y at i hihbumidlt was explained, ilso that a termite a ato atu fr ove 0
4oea not digest his own food butl- e n m w also stor watft farf
ody that converts the food to a uihablecellulose.Thee- stream delivery in dry years.
i, one could kill the parasite, the termite would starve to President Elsenhower flew ove
iM '.,the sites durug hida Colorado va
Sw were shown a shrub from which the Indians obtain cation last um i a d deored
*ad were told that many bird ttha tt of bt *ttu tiere was'-no sn4 0 asin"
aM y* n ill.. effects upon It ,but tAt the minute quanti them. The Admintraon pgran
SMate red in the bones of the fowl and there have been for this year ca for an inila
where dogs, eating the bones of a turkey or other t5 million to b1gi work if Con
I it khe fed upon the fruit bf this shrub, had been killed gipqs authonmes the project.
'al t y eof poison obtained from the bone. The total cost is estimated at
tim we Fw te palm that the fami hats are made of. 902 mi ion over a 20-yei period
It thru b of sisl fro which pildel r t.ia, Setce. avenue Lfrom t I s ale
Thee y n-ylanstm "tr h t Indi h Itr- at f t beg
veryIfr atlower eff d fromvi i r totepa cost years
l- aerfUe. T ohe ~ ip-ang-mn 1l n Ts. a a galg word Oppoton to ths project coci
Ilel earned first In the PlPpine Ilands. Sharp gave all largely'rom the down tream C0o
one qf the blosemsof thi tree and all the gfrls tucked re o water users of Aritona ad
their and 5tL CAlifornia. Most of the fight comes
we went upp tho little aond I the gardens where we fm Lo Angeles, which is th
l the two vrIetl of wter lillfes and there word some bi user of C rdo watr
5ile have abilty to run oa water. olorado power from the Hoove
ed In some detail the properties of the papyrus Diam. ,
tian seo (cyperus tOM(us) fAo1s t1he p f ". .
c ents p ape r. Thi ght go tela y CelA
i how did this by splitting small stria te days whe state the Co
pm a d oen o ding the entire manr ll rO1 a ut
hw drid ths by ltn w s a r. Vide the river Water between up
Swen the ta p stream Ond downstream u s rs.
do to .,the rit imentl .rubber tram. They All, ,i o
14-bretiS r Al signed t ept Arizona
A negag~ HE > ~ m ea (5 N ema tte.
Sy"an tree. Also a tree C-aftl- the up ownns.treami

k am tu~before U.
^ ~i~if fl 8 wd $t OUt beyond wup or hort. nes
f ii llslh1 made it up the tree, would still have a The big complication hqr is that
ato run together to the nest. Mother Nature .bi't ways co
we aw devis ear tree. rpp rated on Some
w obtained and the treo tII t th I' def 2
ar to the ineaIpple hikh 'someone asked arp ver 25 milmon acre-feet a year.
a ppe tree. But I believe that th pineapple la Sometimes it can deliver only four
iM rof t oaale whereas the pandanus have more the e lion acre-feet a year.
sm tr ,.. i Last year was,.a dry year. Power
We a tree which bore a seed pod that looked like a and waterdeliveries from Hoover
vrNh- h im. cut .ur
cent. California and Arizona are
us who have lived in the Zone for sometime and protesting. 21ds is where much of
i M N OthisW tor, are missia part of the pleasure of the position to Echo Park and
IWjus an artia as many of the htlabs Iand rees Cf the Glen Canyon comes from.
O 1dena have been lmporfed from other lands. In making their fight, all kndi
a tter of fact, if I had really taken notes could have of appeals have been made. On
S9Uaulte.AWs Lt = on the tour of 8um2nit Ga.dens as son- has been to arouse national parks
i by arp but thisa Just what I remember. fans to protest that Echo Parl
aj, F. M. se Dam would lood-out Dinosaur Na
tonal Monument.
Rep. Craig Hosaer (B., Calif.
has now raised a new objection
V 37-. ... .. It Is that ato.mil power plants wil
soon make hydroelectric power ob
,, olte, so way build any more
I a happens, however, th aI
i fa.; elN WV DRlESSE Sm there is another dam project in
K .* which southern Calrpii has treat
SI|' : -. W development in northern Ca lornia
iy "). .Hen sre the mak ft a big deal
Bm ffl f.... ---RIep. Clir Engle (D.. alif.)
^B J n chairman of the House Iterieo
io..mmi. tte, comes from the .
iaj~ fcll *a i. a b lltoreasthorise and enlarge

S The Beate Interior Ceommitee
I Ihas just eeaeluded Meho Park hear
/K in as. Ch irman of this ?ru 1
^^ P m James E. Murray (D., MBt.).
i^ i~rL Lat war both sommittees p
m '- i -reved Bhel POk Dam, but the
i r ., issue was broa t to a vote
i i k_ New variety of SkirtS T, ar the w has op ouJ
iB *w (i from tse Sepate aido thai aoes
I- a ,e tl,. -,ril e the Ho a approves zho Park t.h
Senate will not pprov T t
From $4.95 RTes e way things get do4

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uYoun d ene uIs so sore o auort m ome of the
(The Hottest BanalHin Town) not too onwere noaw ar pt took just ne phone call fu om
i xxxxx, a former oo-rhm ht T err Moore n Bo eennd: n anT t h ai.wrf- t t.To ...o
rFu can in Wsisconsin- Colema.h
l anub o rd gater, heroan i havan,,rse -elar B ha he repulse to o bne an eeer." mT. o adly sena n otordneor an e e m ve to athfie
Rbte supposedly s the man "r- Betty Geon _e (playn a e uay p emme vla n Lastuom caler Ge m.oatd Jo e ametoheeale.
spardtlb for th arker" e connected with a in n upcomn mus al) es htly lon- e planned to vote for th
la aI St i.-e be e. (no pitials ar d By .) kieotan" e call from a rich Vegas any. Last- t, to $1,000 ]ster This wool have cost the
o-t ,ebn (we pre told.)..., ths mn w., name: Lof. 0,000 the fit urst ,er plu mde of the $1,000 w
Sshe oout of over two mplteion y. tergu R. who _t 11~s lir0 tax out on Young of North D the r hd
it farm voters are Republican in name but la hag

Wi l ead on fn Wqhington.
a Youngp ai dom e houss u port from some of the i








(The rt bnea paaITown) r th another tok exchange) which apparent v haInt TnL lee lther trade to the as nt of entor a
puckersI 1'. G1 31111






s XDxx.Xxxema former con o-rhumba night Terry Mooiro In Sre b the EC. Thig outfit (I .am f lrla, was the wDemocrats' eatet w Itake mat wle
9cdab operator here (and 14 Is E&va3ImJ, rep had the reputation for being an Iceberg." f ou sidly Senato George b of Georgia, a bigo wheel on thei










Sked: How many n Cb befe o you approach ow many s haed a rammedd) committee t and caue t taxied off tP lee
t Jelke?" (Answ uppoer: Th a $ usaid the man "r- Betty Georle playn the bustyrecrs in Oye villain st summer George imosef roeased to n sthe
a got. (Hlpitals ard XX) kiestance cs from a rich Vegasgo te Thsu








idopn't want to answerf't (Would the 8ElC be -stedr) Ferg .oo ees n Teave matse redt or certain as ofrthe Taspuryo
ebuban (we- pie teld) says twihhe no&) s name: Loff. A.000_ insue. the first year plus more if the r$1,000wowt- ian








S out of ov two mi me be hearll sionby.ero stockhogeer canllion by. ergeproect- whore $20 tax cut oned the other e hand, would have
t to b phot allenadian stock "after Wonder I o ulzbergerat the ime (du r e ne leak, however.) more "t D

Swiae b L ean's fa ped heis holdings a in-rom wh a tomorrow the from abro nght? ad) knows tatIke atl ped into orose whereby of this w



Jlez-N. A. Mayr? ,- '0e- nead of Bhn g.ant Cora-el s.comn moat lepa
fated price." Pek and V(wion m the that paper 25 years of) now peddl the by plung other e ol



le wi merge sameeo et qoteo: If Winenel wdre a fbLend of mio 6 w rl Senator Oeorge. ; ahr .'.ti
s Ja o oto n gao a paaew at 43rd and B'way? rc nto f eorge oeilelm u at In on the conernNew by





1 arher Jom? ears) d hay asnat Ardo mant because do's wearing long te bland, a H s not come to In fact he
Shee hs vicen" l) what black cotton hosiery. the mosti ol pnrtantwtov Ikeone of them b pu





an ) witgh enamlevtes that mke ee's ct look big ho w ithe. I w ouldnt do it ei the 9 ace Nand coora to t xes idA m n d he

. kT. r (ciette beba nd show-biz not know enouh about the et (He-ee, ne o s od res, a one of the hvieu .m

, 1sars and two famous Prooeern.) Vee' whuFirlt yes wieh to know, ol pac?) hu adslhdnt lacersr of Doeator Oeemee.. HeI
U Patrg fam Wy q amort Sen star ulba ers Comittee in ThA re t evey indication, s George t olked

STennessee W m lat ht "Ct on Ht made publ the list of of the who rted felow or went ver t
rZ in DoM" at o the Morose e or to "Te e bought Pntepe he ed rweek bers we men tione wou, W t h oe omprom'set
1o08 1room yoozi Rotdd by sO e O ars" In sa ontdo cemhr tooformulate.











ofA" than ny show ing local. ta htorng t? Onthe inantial wrntehi reported t ut Wal St.H OTp-Ano thr Demoat whoutai epubn
S.et police protection, Pat ) eill probably D rumor yt would t eIould tell them to the tess. en Vel. p ao eeaked t George had
tlose ls-esgetts eet. bot company listedon the maricas (andhcond' ooofei encr.











St da foue uit.wno rtmseea at C- (Wanotheri tot exchange) which nparntlv o whoasn't.i w t ter, t d to the a assistant of Senator


pi brothel-hk (o .iFowm'. didl't era.- Sonatoh?...r isnt X x it _o,,tel th _nl'-und.senatrs 'an_ .ongresmen, bur- _they
rptenotsontenness ee wausmr de-w na m cr co by the SEC. This outfit (I nufrida, was the Democrats' greatest ml stak It
. TelkIo" (Answer): "Thats a XX ues to nI the acts of the Board of Direct ors In 0 Yem sI d lost Sentor George. second because th l e





don't want tow(t outhanswer n (Would tthio.aO e BBC be intristed?)t pot emrg t salu gt e ,.gers credit for certain p. w ts of t e cbm
- r l et m be board so stockholders can beaPrtet- rlla a i aeonled to George. (S p mathersal nh





t- lo frte ynt. (Wotfof Pee)t Ward and Id v h th a no'new sl a, however.) run asp n?) .

R b U-leoia knows of B dore-prs1Ngd Xx x may winat fight about between ard vit- C... T8f nOra
I famed la,, candy a trde wlo nsper teeepe on cr. ly- Atuny rate, Secretary of the T. reann
S eriS Vanderbon't think Greg Peck ansted eron e he athedly aid: "ttef noe o I which had the In AtlantA, SAuddenly cawne o m .l.,.. H d u i..
i homtorge. eS who features a Brtishtype o ir, Sa not exept o a: "If Winchell were a field (ef mine with Senator George.. B-
Is Jean DeMarco of the DeMarcosoVegassim( the couldn't hia "soaddit-4betvr been friends for Bob WoAmrufI-usuan i spends bJ ime C n New has
er groom? wears) md say don't do it because it's hard to Island, Ga. Be doe not come to Washngton much oR
The da. has a block book (taken from a ms-Be preit. nut I see nOthing canister or Improper He all h Ike tA and helped promote











dam) with names that me Jk ct look proved t i her vot either beau he I do gu cottage. forIn this cae, dent, Nomwing walla I m-re
ke skid-t anr Ole whoetlugged it out (at the-b noert know enough about the ark hh e of frends, an ter C of the all t
stars and twofamod s croo yers.) j w it yes wish o know, ?inlt papers before eloaon...
W lve oy Meyeer, Perry s rihts Comriday ttee Aftnm Pat Suerney ptluncheonr a. ., lGeorge
TennessMae MaeDonald's huatlad H. Iot made ) Is ha public the litofs a peftT ho wholdeserted fellowDemocrats retand w nt ver to tm
Tin ffoin at theas who set their o esl t th The bought Presat'ee the week before (and reversed) The vtern No' Torkrnow, yars io Is oe of
l te withalog. ond a. (B who grimaced at Ca- (We said that n reor a un and modt hard-workin leislatorintain a special lobuse...by
Ste brlaltothe B-talkb(Inh ) is owehms say he didn't y of N otW? .. 't .tt n -a-n---
Se her next groom.) 0-Men now snow th rti-Negro rabble- ally .orkq H N. 1 .






SGat Ads Dept: From Bernr Barch's did time I a Georgia ga (Bl-raud.)
statement ot March a before the ofenate I- nform----- to ferret O utt li a, ,
quiry en the Stock Maet: "Actually, it s the "Dear Walter, aslaty wa Zorte trn ; Invited -
ithermoW-eir-got teafulfever. .re ..U CsMtpi et, "I wwot to a spt The Gal y. keTheI i s
From thl olumn Feb. 10th: 'rom the u othe t J. T dJ. A tesae hi ans sefental lb Pan-Am ican at -
bright Oomm. Queestdeanre: Would. there be ad hs prnta WWi )W was my O run Again?) -
sayv danger to, the national economy?'" s" .lKf) ani 5. STh..Wt sm In e* .et the,
I WWfa answer: "Tsisis as sllyas askini If SPCA here. I asmred whlo shake wao hap blaA conIeence paprs,





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phkely to give you awh fer!" aht you a mno t on a motor bke.f It can p ofbe l
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iry) a ost at a to hat abougainst hisWalter honey, ylast i eord a bunch and most hard-workitng legit r Ro...

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r1ISS V!RGINIA FLESHER. Fort Gulick podt libralian, iecelves
at check for $50 from Col. John J. DaviL. commanding officer,
Itort Oulick. Miss Ficsher recently placed first in Ihe Panama
Arena and third in the final judging of the U S. Army Caribbean
-omDetition in the third annual Army-wide library publicity
contest. The prize money %ill be used to Improve the OulicK
library facilities.


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House Okays Bill Continuing


Corporation, Excise Taxes
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'WASHINQTON, April 1 iUPPIsponsibility They said it would
-The Hou c oilrially :,ealed force nev deficit financing and,
President Elsenhower's tax vic- destroy the newly-achieved sta-!
tory yesterday by approving an ability of the dollar
administration 'bill to contimufu The measure extends for a'
present corporation and excise; second time the higher l-x I-tes
sales taxes for another ve;.:. Imposed on business and sales In
The measure, previously ap- 1951 to help pay for the Korean
proved by the Senate. was zush-: ', ir. It would keep corporation
ed to the White House just injincome taxes at 52 per cent
tite to prevent a scheduled drop through March 31. 1956. This
In the tax rates that would have would avert an estimated S1.750,-I
cost the Treasury an estimated 000,000 revenue loss.
830,000,000.
Corporation taxes had been Excise rates which v.ould be
.ebeduled to fall at midnight continued, compared with the
Thursday from 52 to 47 :)e: level which otherwise would
eat. Excise levies were sched- prevail, and the revenue loss
ud to drop at the same time thus avoided are;
olf uch items as cigarettes, a. Cigarettes: 8 cents a package,
toinobiles, liquor, beer and gas- I cents, 185 million dollar; gak-
flte. ollne-2 cents a gallon. I z) cents,
.The blU. which survived a 250 million; liquor-S10.50 per
seriess of Democratic efforts to proof gallon, $9, $127,000: beer-
#Ielude a personal income tax. $9 a barrel, $8, 85 million; wine,
W enacted in the exact form varying rates. 10 million.
Tu ested by the President.. Passenger cars and motorcy-
e House originally voted to cdes, 10 per cent of manufactur-
ude in the extension oil! a ers sale price. 7 per cent, 300
ocratic sponsored proposal million dollars; trucks, buses,
next year. That was re- accessories 8 per cent, 5 per
by the Senate and killed cent, llP million; and diesel arid
,4..-Senate-House conference special .aoo.or fuels-2 cents a
mutee. allon. I.rcents, 7 millier.
,Jere Cooper ID-Tenn -
er of the House conter- Hele TrLbI
told the House the Demo- nelen rrauvel
backed d6wn rather than t* In r
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. 'ut he drew a loud round ol
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biradded that he still felt that
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Inated against lower income
groups. They said they merely
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- Former Metropolitan Operal
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ring role in "Pipe Dream," a
musical version of John Stein-'
been' novel "Bweet "Twdlay,"
Miss Traubel's representative
announced today.
The production will go into re-
hearsal in September for an ex-
pected December opening in New
York. according to Elizabeth
Winston. Miss Traubel's press
representative .


TEESR AND THE PIRAW


S A TIVISANP FRWPON,\ NO MATTER...-CORAPME, RIe! ET US 'OPEAIC
ILLUSTRIO e COMRAPE. TOAST THE SUCCERFUL RfULFILLMENT OF FORTfNA1E p
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olives 8 Natives of Indian 44 Roman date
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MEMBERS of the Albrook Air Force Base "Dis taff" were in the field, caring for sick and
woiMded within minutes after the All-Clear was wounded in the "Albrook Atom Attack" yes-
terday. Members of both the NCO and Officer Wives teams were on the job. Severe head in-
juries to this airman were dressed and the patient moved to a hospital. Left to right: Marion
Boyce, Nora Ayers, Jeanette Akins, Alice F~owler and Johanna Wickland. Airman John Za-
rinto prepares the litter. (U.S. Air Force photo)


Gulick Librarian Wins

Area Publicity Contest


Miss Virginila Flesher, Fort
Oulick, post librarian, recently
was presented a $50 check for
placing first i W the Panama Area
and third in the finals of the
U.S. Army -'Cribbean competi-
tion in the third annuki Army-
wide library publicity contest.
Thle final judging at Fort A-
mador,-included entries from
the PaMiama. area and the An-
tilles area of USARCARIB.
Col. John J. Davis, Fort Gu-
. lick's comnoanding officer, made
the presentation. The money is
to be used for Ft. Gulick library
reading materials or other items
of permanent usefulness for the
library. .
Miss Flesher competed with all
other post librarians in the com-
mand. The contest was designed,
to bring to the attention of Ar-
my librarians the value of pub-
licity and the ways in which it
may used to i lae sepvic


Russia, hina Buld

Nouih Korean Army,

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lof the varied resources of Army
libraries.
The contestants had to com-
pile a scrap book containing
command 'publicity material, or
material they designed them-
selves, which they used in pu-j
blicizing their libraries.
Also required was an accom-i
paying analysis, by the libra-
rian Indicating the effect the
publicity had upon the use of
library facilities.
Miss Flesher, a native of In-
dianola, Iowa, attended that ci-!
ty's Simpson College and the,
University of Denver. Arriving
in the Canal Zone in 1952, she
took the position of post libra
rian at Fort Sher~m and mov-
ed to Fort Gulick in 1953 where
rshe continued In the same du-
4ies.
The quality of Miss Flesher's
entry In the contest is a reflec-
tlon. of her nIt ulsiasm for her
jiob_ She,,f.|BE meetingg n
l0.ifhg the 1ho comet t
to te library. Se maintains'a
steady program of. improvement
in the library, continually bringr
Ing to the attention of her read-
ers, materials which she believes
they will find interesting. A large
number of her readers are chil-
dren.
She aided in furthering their
education in an entertaining and


TOKYO, April 1 (UP) practical way when she intro-
Russia an4 t mmunist China are dured the landmark series of
steadily I .~.qing North. Korean historical books for children
military igh" to free Chinese wflich became immediately po-
troops for the buildup of a Formo- ir The continuing interest
as invasion inree intell i ge n cee of the younger set caused an in-
f.ources said tday. .
The builduS of Norjh Korean- Edith Covell
ground sea dad air forces had
proceeded so .uueessfully, these o i e To H
sources pointed out,, that the Society o -oiOdI
Chinese werteble to asipounce .
nly last. t:* e ekedued Easter concert
Ithdrawail, 'I" more dv i V
sons iraeo peninsula. The Edith Cavell Friendly So-
And that's iist the beginning. city will sponsor an Easter Sun-
Strengteuiilg south or north day concert entitled "Harmony
Korean forces does not violate they n 3-D," featuring the Clef Mel-
armristice unless additional war odaires.
sbApplies are smuggled into Korea. F The program will feature semi-
The U.S is expanding f.OK classical and classical music,
strength with eqQispment L." by !egro spirituals and a special
wihtlias ying American unit,. But Easter selection.
thlt Allhes rt .convinced that the! Tickets are being sold bY
LIeds are y*otx ing the truce. members of the society.
This is what ltlied officials know'
of the North koreann buildup: I ,
Steady departure of Ch i'n e s e
troops was\ implernepted by a
lussian-Red -.Chinese agreement
calling for th', strengthening of;
certh Koreas. frMes to per m i t
u thdrawal "of Chir.se soldier |
Under the pact,' Russia equips
North Korea with heavy equip A.I N I
inent such ai tanks and China
gives "supplementarv supplies."
The Chinese, threatened by a
two-or three-front war if th e y
attack Formosa, want to build
up a string buffer f o re e of ...
horth Koreans to protect their
sear-the northern flank be-
fore taking' any action in the
bouth.
That rathe-' than aggres sive -
desigrn on Nouth Korea, appears
to be the reason behind Russian,
Red Chinese policy in Korea.
In Seoul. South Korean defense
arnister Sob Won Yil today dis- ,
closed that be asKed U nrl ed /
S trtes aecreta.:y of the Army Rob
\ert T. Stevens to arm the Repub- 'L *
\c of Korea Army with atomic
lapons" N
olntm 'd P press confer e r. e
that Styeas "pruniised lie would
Gc his ,Ist" to meet the re4ue.i.
which was sdrmitted to him dur.
Logihis .visit nere tuesday.
S-i" d atomik weapons are
ibee'.to odslance off the ejer
grot military str e n g t h in
north Korea.
The 'fenac miurster said that
he also -asKea Stevens foi monire
military aid to Korea in the ne,
fiscal ylar. Currently the United
States Is givi., $40 000,000 to thet
Repub.ie of Kbrea in military as
When-askfd his opinion un a
ti.ree-wangb retaliation against
Se e.,e Commuantst aggres-| COMPAI
4 h z &ast -ohn' saidm
'w~ tsX f*iv y to take ou c
or dipae.d acintbwith ou allies )
8--ss t ilvant L f o o...-te ...


crease in adult attendance as
parents came to the library1
drawn by their children's en-
thusiasm.


In the final USARCARIB judg-
ing at Fort Amador, which 'in-
cluded entries from the Antilles
Area, Miss Flesher's scrap book
placed third,- winning her a $15
award. Miss Flesher's book. to-
gether with the other two win-
ning entries, was sent to the Ar-
my-contest in Washington, D. C.
where judging is now in process.


MAle St de ost


Few Choke Pieces

Of Female Lingerie
MADISONVILLE, Ten. April
I (UP Male students boast-
ed "a few choice pieces of fem-
inine lingerie" today as trophies
from a foray in the co-eds' quar-
ters at staid litUe Hivassee Col-
lege, a Methodist institution
where religion is A required sub-
ject. .
'But Dr. George R. Cash, presi-
dent of the junior college. said
the claims of success "were'
greatly exaggerated."
"Hogwash," he said. !'The
boys are pulling somebody's leg.
They did get one ladder up but
it was all in fun. It isn't the
first timesomething like this
has happened. It was not a pan-
ty raid."
But a "spokesman" for the
"maidens," who asked not to be,
identified, said that about 50
male studetns raided the co-ed
dormitory and got ladders up to
the second floor.
'"We tried to get the girls to
climb down, but we couldn't get
them organized," he said. "So a
few of us went up and went in-t
to the rooms and got a few
choice pieces of feminine linge-
rie."


Dean of Registers James 8.
Farmer said he knew of no de-
tails of the reported raid but
that earlier Tuesday night sev-
eral of the boys started setting
off fire-crackers when they were
denied admittance to the first
floor' of the dormitory by the
house-mother. The boys can en-
ter the dormitory on "date
nights," he said.
Hiwassee, with an enrollment
of 285, is one of three colleges
operated. by the Holston Metho
dist Conference in eastern Ten-
nessee. Two courses ti religious
education are required for grad-
uation.


Qift for t ei/ome-


from


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entertaining.

STERLING SILER FLAT-WARE, from, genera--
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Worcester, Coal Port, Crown Staffordihire ant
Spode. In open stock so you can buy any bup.
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CHINA FIGURINES by Rosenthal and Schaubach
to add grace to any home.

ORIGINAL HUMAMEL FIGURINES .. Those true
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And ever-so many all-occasional gifts
from all over Ihe world.


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PANAMA


Tivoli Ave. No. 14


COLON
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iMPORTANT


NOTICE


MY FRIENDS:


There will be an interruption of electric current
on April 2, 1955 between the hours of 4:00 a.m.
'/and 5:00 a.m/in. the following sections:
The aref between Peru and Balboa Avenues
from 3rd of November Street to Uruguay Street,
including 43 East Street ftom Justo Arosemena
Avenue to 50 East Street. 1

Compaiia Panameia de Fuerza y Luz is
constantly working to improve your service.
So that you' are not greatly inconvenienced,
necessary interruptions will be held to a minimum.


YOUR FRIEND..



RIA PANAMENA DEIFURtYAI'


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Winnie Expected
To Resign After
Newspaper Strike
LONDON, April 1 (UPI -
Conservative politicians specu-
lated today that Sir Winston
Churchill may delay, any an-
nouncement of his resignation
at least until London's newspa-
per strike ends.
If the walkout ends before
next week, they said, Churchill
may go ahead with the plans
now accepted as almost firm by
both Conservatives and opposi-
tion Socialists and announce he
is stepping down.

Top Soviet Commies

To Improve Lagging

Farm Production
LONDON, April 1 (UP) -
Moscow radio today announced
a plan to shift thousands of top
Communist party members to
farms in a massive attempt 'to
Improve the Soviet's seriously'
lagging agricultural production.
The author of the plan is par-
ty boss Nikita S. Khrushchev.
The Moscow broadcast outlin-
ed the "new look" Soviet agricul-
tural plan which Khruschev un-
veiled yesterday at Voronezbh in
Russia's soil-rich "black earth"
region.
Khrushchev and other top So-
vies leaders are touring the pro-
vinces to win worker support for
the new policy shifting the So-
viet economy away 'from the
"soft" policies sponsored by oust-
ed Premier Georgi Malenkov.
Malenkov himself has been
reported on an inspection tour
of power stations in the winter-
lands.
Khrushchev lashed lagging
farm production and served
blunt notice that a whole new
cadre of leaders was on the way
to run Russia's sprawling collec-
tive farms.

Committee Named
To Arrange 2-Day
if o-nome Outing


A committee was appointed
last night by the Pacific side
employes of the Commissary Di-
vision to plan for an outing to
penonome on May 29 and 30.
Preliminary arrangements are.
for buses to leave Panama City
on May 29 at 1 p m. and return!
from Penonome the next day at
5 p.m.
Tickets will go on sale shortly. I


e n. .I A C LS


Scout New session" will be conducted by
Doyle with the new Order of-the
-" Golden Frog being explained.
Some 75 to 100 flplorers of The ordeal ceremony for the
Canal Zone Council No. 801, Boy Order of the Arrow will be con-
ScoUts of America, will descend dueled .by a degree team head-
on Rodman Naval Station this ed by Mike Bequette. while Gor-
weekend for their annual ren- don Balbirnils will ad off' the
deavous. The rendezvous will be Brotherhood.*flnor..
under the direction of Gerald
Doyle, Jr.; councti exploring An underwater diving exhibi-
chairman.* During, the weekend! tion will be given by. Wavy per-
the Explorer Crews will strive toi sonnel which will befollowed by
score 650 points out tof 800' to a swimming meet lidween the
earn their 2nd ,Are..Judging will
be.handled by a. corps of Scout-
ers headed by' district comrmis-
stoner Al. Sloan;, Jr. 'Ii


Through the courteSy of, Capt.!
W. B. Tucker, commanding of-
ficer at Rodman, and,'pember of
the Canal ZOne Scout execuitTve
board, a number of activities.
have been planned for their'
weekend stay. L: Cdr. A. W. Hud-:
son has ,been assigned as liaison
officer and has.completed much'
bf the original planning.
Explorer crews will check in'
today any, time* after 2:30
p.m, at the Rendezvous site just'
opposite the Marine barracks.-
Those with tents will occupy
the flat while those with jungle
hammocks will camp on the side,
of San Juan hill. Following pack:
inspection the Crews will set up,
their campsite and prepare their


plorers will t
general swira
eral inspe"tli
ed. both campte o p
A formal bal N b
or will be held in the
club as a climax to the
tlvities.


The Explorers wl &ttepd.i
ices at the base chapel Sft
morning. Closing ceremony
be held at 2:30 p.m. with 4
clal closing at 3 p.m.

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k Casa Fastlich
will pay
you


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watch band
towards
the purchase of a new attractive metal band, which
we will fit to your watch without any charge.

Attractive Metal Watch Bands'


from $2.50 up.


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STORE 161 CENTRAL AVENUE, PANAMA


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on April 10th. Don't forget to change your
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HOTEL EL PANAMA, SUITE I1I
Sto 10 p.m.-Adults. Pro-teens
STeenagers. By appointment only.
-torning ..... Balboa 2-4239
After 5 p.m.....Panama 3-166'


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CALL

JIM RIDGE
14.28 4th of July Ave.
Phone Panama 2-0552

Chliropractic Is the science that
makes people %ell and happy' "

CHIROPRACTORS
Drs. A. and E. ORILLAC
(Palmer Graduates,
$ Pert Avenue Tel. 1-19U
n1 block trom Lax Theatre,

Canal Zone Dental Polyclinic.
Dr. C. E. Fabrega D.D.S.
Deature-ibrldge work-air hrasive
General Practice
Tivoli (4th of Jul%) AMe No. 21A24
*(opposite Ancon School Plasgrnundi
Telephone 2-2011-Panama.


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LIBRERIA PRECIADO
7 Street No 13
MORRISON
4th of July Ate. & J St.
FOTO DOMY
Justo Arosemens Ate. and 33 St.


LOURDES PHARMACY
182 La Carrasqullta
CASA ZALDO
Central Ave. 45
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
No 3 Lottery Plaza


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Fourth of July Ave.
Agencia Internal. de Publicaclones
45 Central Ave.
FARMACIA LUX
Parque Ldfevre 7 Street


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Ave. Tivoll No. 4
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
14t Central Ave.
FARMACIA VAN-DER-DIJS
SO Street No. 53


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FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: Cheap: Electric
clocks, porcelain table, washing
machine, ironing board, dry clos-
et, mattress, pillows, baby bug-
gy. bookcase, fancy shelves,
swivel chair. tools, sewing ma-
chine, gross rug. tricycle, hobby
horse, surf rod, blow torch, sol-
dering iron, large micrometers,
other items. Phone 2-1596.
1513-A Akee Street. Balboa.
FOR SALE: Frigidoiro 3-"t,
freezer top. 60-cycle. $125; in-
nerspring mattress box spring
$60; electric waffle iron with
grill plates,. never used, $22;
metal chairs $2 each.; wooden
chairs $1 each; two table lamps
$4 each. Phone Panama 3-
5161.
FOR SALE:-5 venetian blinds,
aluminum witI plastic tape, for
-Type 336 house, complete for
downstairs, all now $80. Balboa
4256.
FOR SALE:-Bedroom set. good
condition: Simmnons deep sleep
box spring aid maotress. Mr. &
Mrs. dresser with large mirror,
clhaet of drawers. Tel. 2-3790.
FOR SALE:-Refrigerator. stove,
dining table, choirs, double bed,
vanity, misc. Edificlo Deveaux,
Apt. 16, Calle B-I, El Cangreia.
FOR SALE:-Less than year old.
purchased in States: Deluxe
Bendix washer; 9-cu. ft. G. E.
refrigerator, 60-cycle; 4-burner
ass stove; card table and chairs;


FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Aquariums, four
20-gallon tanks with lights; one
40-gallon with light. Very cheap.
House 5457 Diable.
FOR SALE:-$250: *4-ton G.E.
air-conditioner, used 4 months.
Priced for quick sole. 'Returning
home. Phone 83-7249.
FOR SALE: O6 good large
riding hone. $20. Can be seen
at Chive Chive NFFE Club. Call
83-3185 or 87-7140.
FOR SALE: Pedigreed To y
pups. Purple ribbon strain.
U.K.9'. registered. Amotoys IToy
Terribrs Parents very small.
Black and white tan trim. Af-
fectionate and playful. Ideal
house dogs. 9076, Ninth Street,
Colon. Phone 52.

FOR SALE:-Boxer pups, A.K.C.
registered, very good pedigree, 7
weeks old. Call 3-6430.
FOR SALE:-Metal barrels with
removable covers. Phone 3-
4502.
FOR SALE:-B esche ralte sx-
ophone in very good condition.
Phone 2-3401. House 1502-B,
Balboa.

FOR SALE:-Pieno, H. Lubit,.
German, upright. Just toned, ex-
cellent condition. Phone Balboa
4227 after 6 p.m.
I FOR SALE_- 4 Electric Mules


FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:- 3953 Ford Con-
vertible. Sacrifice sale. Excellent
condition. Radis, w/e/w, under-
coat. Make an offer. Phone 84-
:.-6182 evenings. Kobbe 11-A.
FOR SALE: Bargain. 1953
Chevrolet $1200. Leaving for
Sares Saturday, 5130 Davis,
Cell 2-3186.
FOR SALE:-1954 Morris Minor
2-door sedan. Office 83-4225,
home 86-6179.
.OR SALE: 1947 Kaiser Se-
, dan. Low mileage, one owner.
$265. 5615-1, Diablo. Phone
2-4412.
FOR SALE:-1952 Dodge four-
door sedan. New paint job. Run
like a new car. Priced to sell.,
SMOOT & HUNNICUTT, S.A.,
Colon. Phone 800.
FOR SALE: Bargain. 1953
Chevrolet Station Wagon. Low
m i I e a e Excellent condition.
Good tires. SMOOT & HUNNI-
- CUTT, S.A., Colon. Phone 800.
FOR SALE- IBargain, only
$750. 1951 Studebaker 4-door
sedan. Good condition. Law mile-
age. SMOOT & HUNNICUTT,
S A Colon. Phone 800.
FOR SALE:-Bargoin, 1947
Plynjmuth Club Coupe. Good
transfortotion, and mechanical
condition good. Only $275.
SMOOT & HUNNICUTT, S. A.,
Colon. Phone 800.


twin bed Hollvwood style; Mello 'Yale I with station for charging FOR SALE:-Bargain. "Priced to
wrought iron living-dning room batteries Bargain price. See at sell," 1950 pickup, beauty,
AL ZONE LADIES. furniture. lamps.'electric appli- Muellelnglis. Phones 2-0550, paint, good tires. Only $175.
*ANDS of skill create once. etc.. Call 3-0581. Z0of. SMOOT & HUNNICUTT, S.A.,
DS of beauty or Easter -- ---- Colon. Phone 800.
E A eay FOR SALE:-Coi spring glider JOIN THE TREND towards mod-
Y M C A I makes a bed', ticker chair & ern window covering, using FOR SALE: ar ge i n, only
Beauty Salon stand, all $25; coach $10: ra- match stick bamboo dropeSen $245. 1947 Dodge Convertible
dio and record player in cabinet and curtains. Custom-made in Coupe. Good transportation.
Balboa Tel. 3677. S50; Q.M. rockers and other all sixes and any color for im- Price can't be beat. SMOOT &
furniture, all refinished, cheap. mediate del Ii v a r y. Venetian HUNNICUTT, S A., Colon. Tel-
Floor lamps. good shades $4. blinds, reconditioning services. phone 800.
ASSGES 'C C _Sot, Sun. and Mon. 1558-A, Free estimate. Call 2-3063 or FOR SALE:-1950 Ford Con
S MASSAGES Balboa. 3-4904. Distributed by Produc- rib with radio,1950 Food man-
kind kn of-muscle ache and' toe do Madero. S.A.. 98 Central vertible with radio, ood me-
knd e El R SAE- cl e Ave.. between Kodk lding chanical condition. Can be fi-
JAWdi* nerves at h L1660. A S lene.r.aill aAvonced. Can be seen at 45th
S s~ a'slon. Tel. 3-1660 d See at aSt., Bella Vista No. 41-07, from
S-. from 10 am to 7 pm. 2528-A e'Cqol. FOR SALE:-Baby orchids. cor- 5 to 7 p.m.
Sag 4-burner sages, bouquets. Delivered any-
Panama Mass pR E Tw 4-burner as where U.S.A. end Poeeme. Tel- FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet,
St'Es;IAng dI 1* Iatn one Ben- phone Panama 3-0771, Cristo- 10 months, good condition,
rd ulig'lmaieii6hTi I$e. a1033. $1500. Not duty paid. CaU Pan-
ANPORTES AXTER, .A. Phdl 276-L, Colon. ama 3-5485.
P c ers Shippers Movers --FOR SALE: Set man's left-o lu 9
: Phones 2-2451 2-2562 FOR SALE:- Kenmore vacuum handed golf clubs end bag. Set FOR SALE:-2-ton Blue 1952
cleaner with with attachments-. women's righthanded clubs aid Pontiac Fordor, radio. Bargain.
Learn Riding at S40; G.E. iron, 1000w.. $; bag. Call 5-197. So S anytime No. 2233 Carr St.,
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL Oriental rug. 9x12 $60; Persian 2-1317 Balboa.
Riiding & Jumping classes daily rue. 9x12 $60; mahogany desk
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 3-0279 $125; chine closet $125; set of Offe*ed FOR SALE:-1949 Chevrolet 4-
or by appointment, twelve 1847 Rogers Eternallyv ros On U tered door. Can be seen anytime 5286
Yours) $60; sot twelve Royel Morrison Street, Diablo. Reason-
Crown Derby chihe $100; Zen- WANTED:- Competent.secre- ably priced. Good condition.
l itlh 3-bnd radio $60; 127 tory for shorthand-typing. Must FOR SALE: 1952 Plymouth
Pieces of crystal ware $250. Via know English perfectly nd hao Cronbrook 4-door sedan, good
I Aeropuerto No. 25. Peanma, several years experience. Phone condition. Phone Balboa 4227
Ofy 01 Ltle Girl r" noo.to 4 p.m. 2-0143 Panama. after 6 p.m. weekdays; any time
Saon week-endi.
FOR SALE:-1951 "Henry J."
found Near Detroit Armed Forces Little League conomicndclean.2212
' DTROIT, April 1 -(UP). Phone Curundu 4193.
ore "badly mutilated" body ofS
tle BarbarGaa, who disap- Game April 9 FOR ALE:-952BuickSuper
ed a week ago after leaving Convertible, fully equipped plue
home to walk to school, was rta new tires, new plastic top. Like
d in a secluded area In new. Phone 83-2228.
hborin; Oakland today. o FOR SALE:-1948 Packard 2-
o railroad workers found The Armed Forces, L it t I e An elaborate program will be door. Original paint. radio, hear-
Sbody of the seven-year-old League will present its annual presented to the many little er. fog lights. w w tires like
object of a wide-spraed All Star game at the Fort Clay- legaue fans who attend this all new, chromium rims. etc. Leev-
rance. She was lying face at 7.00 p.m., Saturday, April 9th ranking officers will make team omm m-5161.
In a small dump near the 1955. I and individual trophy awards.
road tracks. The six teams of the league The tentative prograTh for the
to Police, who roped off the have selected their five best pre-game ceremony is as follows: Th6 WOrml T1a1 6o
said the girl was fully players and two teams, the Reds National Anthem 23rd Di-
d. School papers bearing under the mnttaM ement of the vision Band. 'IaL I T-
name were found near the champion's Bob Taht, compris- Welcome and Introductions of S iuck In 1Th eMud"
l f the body sub ing stare froW Kobbe, Clayton 1955 Litle League Teams by
dpovce fearsahehdad West BankwillmToneet the AColonelH.S.ce LTulLebbs, Ptesident, WASHINGTON. Aprll 1-(TPl.
slain by a sex maniac. De- comprif thbest. from Curun- Presentation of Commanding -Except for evolutionary
discounte the postal days do Aro and Caribbean Comrn- General's Perpetual Trophy to accident in the dawn of rea-
appng when several days mand. y Mr. C. Taht, managerr of West tion, some of us might nqw be
and no ransom note was m" Me a T I' '- ngro'-e-t', related to a balanoglossus..
The following are the players Bank team, by Lt. Gen. W. K. In that ancient day, the bpsl-
body was found about a who have been selected for ne Harrison. anoglossus acquired bodily chf-
rter-mile form a heavily tra- All Star game: Presentation of Winner's team acteristics that indicated it wat
S thoroughfare. REDS plaque to Mr. Taht by Colonel headed up life's ladder toward
-la--ara's mysterious disap- ,Alan Sctt,.r amon Cabrera, TubbS. bigger and better things.
.- e touched off one of the Jimmy Sutton, Bonner Hadl.y, Presentation of First Place But while contemporaries were
st searches in Detroit his- Johnny Bateman, Billy Trotter. Inflividual Trophies to West busily turning into fish, reptiles
Jimmy Tomlin. John Fortune. Bank Team and Runner Up In- and mammals, something hap-
wre than 200 officers had iDavid Bean, Robert Fortune. dividual trophies to Curundu opened that kept the balano-
Working around the clock; Jack Burke. RiChard Rastetter. team. by Colonel Tubbs. -lIossus balanoglossus-like, which
hOpes of finding some answer Robert Speir, Marvin Matheney,I Immediately following the a- s1 to say like a vorm.
t e girl's disappearance. The Paul Hodges. hove program the Umpire in "It got stuck in the mud." the
a' tdther, Mrs. Frank Gaca. BLUES Chief will call "play ball" and Smithsonlan Institute said to-
ri daughter was .not In, Asa Barley. Joe Garcia, Ray] the All Star Game of 1955 will be day.
lt of wandering away. IAmato Don Rogers. Joe Suarez. underway. The Smithsonian evalutionary
[* and detectives were Herb Schmidt. John Frink. BrinkI The Armed Forces L.Itt l e raminations were inspired by
during the weekend by IMiller, Dick Paret, George Metz- League extends a cordial invita- the acquisition of a three-foot
2,000 Boy Scouts. Un- ger. Jim Reynolds, Jim Tackett, tion to all Little League fans to specimri of balanoglossus. prob-
direction of police of- Jim -Terhune, Terry Callahatn, attend this ceremony honoring ably one of the largest ever ob-
Sthey searched every Bob Ratazcak. 'this year's champions and the tamned intact.
building and garage- -All Star Game, which promise, It was dug out of the beach
t 10^pquare-mile area. [ .. Ito be a real thriller, at Grand Isle, La by D, Harry
On The Alleys. .. J. Bennett of Louisiana State
OrSl L Le r -\ r I 1University and six helpers. It
vrtn1esro A sanctioned ABC r r s pbowlingrts der and extremely fragile crea
iWVe Concert tournament for-U.S. Army offic- C Ca ture out whole.
e I 247"' 'ers is on tap for the Fort Clay- anmmittee il / Balanoglossus which smells
tonp ri 24 ton alleys on April 13,.15, and 1(6.CvmmItI ee 6lls strongly of Iodine, is found on
The handicap affair is being t all aeecoaut a sa fav-to te
I t z4uardo Lugo and organized by the Fort Amador Meetint nl iht dish of shrimp and lobsterThis
iWatel Bemt-- ...- .. Officers' League and the Tech- M eetii is unfortunate for shrimp and
S featured soloists dur- nical Servless League. lobster lovers. Anything that
to be presented Both cash and trophies will'be In an effort to shape a well eats balanoglossus begins to
i at $ Pacific Service awarded, i tdhes will go for the' prepared program of athletics test like iodine.
Si ie Cosmopolitan high sctatch game, high scratch for adults in the community, the By getting itself stuck in the
series, and aertch at-events to- sports committee appointed by mud some 200 or 300 million
e tured in the itas if uiof ~, e is are receiv- me Paralso Civic CouScil h years ago, the balanolossus
of Iarl c ad. calle'a Iteeting for tonight in became the worm that didn't
'Omeertino," The tsavsga.l1.ntry fee is the ParMalo gymnasium, Ached- turn.
Sbel olt.t in $2.00 lena T ntrf must be in by uled to get underway precisely at "Balanoglossus remains p -
i S hl0e hMolor." TuesdaX 4mEew lle w cl e- 7 o'clock. bly a poor relation of the hir-
i M o r be pro si% ofve and one sub- The committee is also remind- er animals," the Smithsonian
I tc r__llo stltute. -. ng ll persons Interested in the said. "A superworm that never
i' fU t& W fI- The tt secretary Ispe p eet to attend this meeting in realized its potentialities of be-
falu.be Capt. Jeta th (85-4141 or order that organationaL plans coming somue& m Bore than a
'Z 7.sa be carried teeOWb this dat vwrs.


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FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Second floor of
residenc on General Jose Son
Martin Avenue No. 6: Four bed-
rooms, living room, dining room,
kitchen, large porch. Inquire
ground .floor.
FOR RENT:-2-bedroom chalet,
on corner of Via Espeol and
Calla Colombia No. 2, $130.
For further information phone
Quijano 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Concrete bunga-
low: 3 bedrooms, 3 services,
parlor, dining room. big closed
porch, kitchen maid's room,
washrooms, garage, hat water
connections, $135. Sonny Boy,
Sabahas. Phone 3-3041.
FOR RENT:-Small chalet, on*
bedroom, living dining room,
kitchen. Moderate rent. General
Jose do San Martin Ave. No.
6, downstairs.

FOR RENT
Apartments
FOR RENT:-One-bedroom fur-
nished apartment on Ave. Peru,
facing the park. Phone 3-3099
or 3-0746.
FOR RENT:-2-bedroom apart-
ment! Living-dining room, bath-
room, maid's room with bath-
room, includes garage. El Can-
grojo "A" Street. Phone 3-2148,
FOR RENT:-Onea or two-bed-
room furnished apartments, well
located and good neighborhood.
cool and quiet. Phone 3-0276
or 3-0811.
FOR RENT: To responsible


RESORTS


Gramlich's Santa Clare leach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gembee
6-441,
FOSTER'S COTTAGES., on mile
past Santa Clara. Low rtes.-
Phone Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Coatages,
Santa Clara. Box 435, BelbhM.
Phone Panama 3-1877, Cristo-
bal 3-1673.
WILLIAMS' Sante Clare Beech
Cottages rockges, refrigera-
tion, 2-bedroom. Phone lalboo
3050.
COME TO WESTWOOD Play-
ground for your picnics. 4 miles
beyond Arraijan.

FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT: Well ventilated
furnished room in now chalet.
Residential district. with right to
living room. Meals can be fur-
nished. To femole with gsod
taste or married couple. Phone,
office hours. 2-4902.
FOR RENT:- Nicely furnished
cool. ipbcious room, private both.
48th Street No. 15. Phone 3-
3443.
FOR RENT: G.I.- inspected
furnished room. kitchen, refri-
gerator, dining room, telephone
privilege. 4th of July Ave. No.
1410. Apt. 3, opposite Roose-
velt Hotel.
FOR RENT:- Furnished room
with kitchen privilege. First
Street. House 3. Apt. 1, Perejil.


MISCELLANEOUS
COMFORTABLE "Meter-aeileD"
en route to Floride. Can ecem-
modate two an share the ex-
pense basis. April. Frank Porter.
Bolbee Yacht Club.


DR. WENDEHAKI MEDICAL
CLINIC, beside Capeollo Thea-
tr. Day-Night servee,. Phone
2-3479.


FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Completely fur-
nished concrete house in SUnte
-Clara on road to beach. All con-
veniences: Patio, barbecue, gae
stove, refrigerator. Hi-Fi radio-
phonograph. Beautifully land-
saeeped. Ideal for children. Nor-
man Hadtetat, Navy 3295 f
2433.


Young 'Mala Hari'

to Ask Clemency

FRANKFURT, Germany, April
I (UP ,-A 14 year-old German
beauty serving five years for
spying on U S. intelligence offic-
ers withdrew her court appeal to-
tay and decided to ask executive
clemency from the Allied High
commission.
The woman Trmgard Schmidt,
was convicted last Dec. 21 of spy-
ing for the Soviets. She was ac-
rused of trying to charm secrets
from American officers.
A senior Air Force intelligence
officer, Col. Patrick W. Hayes,
was recalled to Washington and
asked to explain his conduct in as-
sociating WILh her.


party only. furnished two-bed- AN ly Er
room opartmaNt. screened $130. Nearly Everyone Miss Schmidt's American attor-1
House No. 7, 35th Street, one r ey, Sarpuel L. Kobre, of Atlanta,
block from the Lux Theater. For (Continued from Page 1) said she would be eligible for pa-
further information phone Qui- C. Z. school officials have role after serving one-third of her
iano 2-2718. had the whole-hearted coopeia- Lve-year sequence.
ATTENTION G.I.! Just built tion from officials of the educa- Miss Schmidt testified that So-
modern furnished apartments. tional system In Panama bolh iet secret police had arrested
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water. in the planning stagTs and dur- l.e young student boy friend in
Phone Panam, 3-4941. ing the. past school year under East Germany and promised to
Phone nama actual working conditions. free him if she would apy for
FOR RENT:-Furnished and un- Temistocles Cespedes, chief of them.
furnished 2 and 4-room modern the technical service section of
apartments. Contact ALHAM- Panama's Ministry of Education, Thre Bo Over
Phone 1386 Colon. year as costnton i
FOR RENT:Mo -bad- gram and his assistance has beenFor Il
room apartment iMdn lls Vistad- invaluable, according to Sigurd
o1t Street No.42., Call Zubito E. Ester, Superintendent of Three Panamanians who con-
on 3 u Schools. Esser has recently an- fessed they stole an electric light
phon nounced that Cespedes will con- lant from Tecpn Corporation
FOR RENT:- Apartment,. fur- tinue for another year as con- today were bound over for trial
nished or-unfurnished, hot wo- sultant. In the District Court.
tar, garage, near El Panama. Walter Oliver has been the The defendants, Domiciano
Also ideal troe spaces. Phone coordinator in making the Martinez, Jose F. Fuelle, both
3-5692. Apply 2034 Sebonas change from English to Span- 38, and Valerio Bethancourt, 41,
Road. ish and wil carry forward the pleaded guilty to the grand lar-
program when the changeover ceny charge during yesterday
FOR RENT:- Furnished apart- i, made the hgh gres afternoon's session in the Bal-
ment. G.I-inspected. Via Porras next year. boa Magistrate's Court.
No. 99. Phone 3-2068. Oliver was head of the Pan
FOR RENT:-Furnished or un- American Institute in Panama The plant was stolen at 7:30
furnihed apartment. Ii v i n g for many years and Is wvdey p.m. Sunday from the old Rio
room dining room, 2 room, cquanted with the leaders In ande Reservor where spo
las stove. refrigerator. Upstairs, acquainted with the leaders infrom the excavation work on
43-64 Bella Vista. lre. He had been a member o Contractors Hill i being dumped.
Sthe Balboa High School faculty
FOR RENT: Modern opert- just prior to his present assign- guage. This training has been
ment, independent, $45. Via ment. continued through the school
Porros & CoirasquiUl No. 61. With the continued sueees year by organized classes two
Sr. Miguel. of the program the Can.l1 nights a week.
S Zone will become within a few
FOR RENT:- Furnished opart- years a community of predom- A two-month Summer In-
nmnts, North Americon neigh- inantly bilingual residents. stitute will be held during the
bors. Phone 3-0471. See owner Thi prediction is strengthen- coming vacation in which
this afternoon and tomorrow. ed by the intensification of the those teachers requiring addi-
FOR RENT:-1-bodroom apart- study of Spanish language in tonal training in the use of
ment, living mom, kitchen, go- the United States schools. Span- Spanish will ake study cours-
rage. maid's room. East 51st St. Ish is being taught as a required es, six hours a day and five
20, corner of Ave. Federice course in the first six grades, days a week.
Boyd. Apply upstairs. when the acquisition of a new
language is relatively easy and IOther teachers, proficient in
as an optional course in all oth- the language, will be equally
S er grades. busy in the preparation of cur-
Je h W n One of the objectives of the ricula and course of study units.
change to Spanish as a basic Teaching assignments for the
T0 Deliver I rc l language in the Latin American zest of the year are to be made
v schools was to train students to early so that teachers can con-
SA i handle both languages with fa- centrate during the summer va-
Messae n l ellity rather than substitute cation on the study of materials
,| V a Spanish for English as an every- required in the subjects they
day language. will teach.
'A spokesman for Jehovah's The change to all-Spanish in
witnesses announced plans today the upper grades is expected to other phases of the change
for delivering a special message present no unsurmoun t ab I e.will affect teachers and their
to the world. problem. assignments for the coming
Most of the older students year.
R. G. Browne, local presiding.have had at least three or four| All teachers were tested for,
minister of the Panama English years of Spanish language class- the proficiency in Spanish at the
congregation, revealed some of es, since it has been taught in end of the school term last sum-'
the details of this special cam- all grades from Grade 4 an] a- mer, and the most proficient
paign. which Includes sponsoring above for several years. were assigned as guides or
the public lecture e n t i t ed Many of the pupils n the low- teachers.
"Christendom or Christianity er grades had never had sny ex- Lzter, the best qualified
Which One Is 'the Light of the uerignce in the use of Spanish teaers were assigned to the
World'?" language. until schools opened elementary grade regardless
last fall. I of previous assignments.
All congregations of Jehovah's The Latin American schools Those teacher taken from the
witnesses throughout the world wil reopen for the comiog junior and senior high schools
i there are approximately 14,000'hool year. on July 5. The sum- for elementary grades this year
in 159 lands will participate, mer vacation for the pupils will will be resAsigned to their old
Browne will deliver the discoursebe three months. The cuining positions w).n schools reopen in
at Kingdom Hall. 21 Colon Street,/school term will close on March July.
Panama, at 7 p.m. Sunday. f. 1956 and a two-month's vaca- It was announced last year
Stion will follow that those teachers who are un-
After the discourse a new 32- Beotaitg with the 1956-57 able to qualify rT teachingg I
page booklet containing extra- school p85, the Latin Amerl- Spanish by the end'f the conm-
ordinary information will be ea nlidso-SwlB operate en theb ig summer vacation will be re-
given free to each person in at- ai. ani md vacation pe- placed.
tendance. Some 600.000 of Jeho- rio wM solseels l the Re-
vah's witnesses will also begin pu er, P eans which open
distribution Sunday of millions iin s- gl-ae s 'January.
of copies of the message in many[ -i- 7 lt school terms,
languages throughout the world. ato L from the Canal Zone .
to Panama schools
n-- lag in their echo-
REQUIEM MASS taraning. g /
flenalnpflpfration for the
A re n tme the re-i f stff
7= esou f M n. Alee matt. .,~ -1
will be b -el teawrtwow =oe- JShe omer Instit te for
I& at 6 teltck at Chrst the soff was devoted entirely 45 St No. 3 Bella iV
4D 0=u of the lea


FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:-21' adlbeat with
5-hp. auxiliary engine. Sleept
two. Tel. 2-1478 er 2A276T.


FOR SALE.- 350-watt. 110-
velt. 60-cycle AC electric light
plant, duty paid, pewaqL by
gasoline. 0,832-hp at 1 B10 rpm.
r'njt One Hundred Doelera take
it.Npply Autoac Service StWotle,
s15r Melandes Ave.. Cabs.
FOR SALE: 18-ft. Cable
Cruiser wjth two 25-hp. John-
son mte Develops 28 mph,
excellent condition. Call -.6269
or 3.-113.\


Wonte,&Position


WANTED:-Position-.. exeMl-
lent cook-housekeeper, wuh,-aa.
been with us two years. Pli
call Panama 3-1822.

LESSONS

Ballroom Dance Clams for Pro-
Teens & Teenagers are now
forming. Register now by calling
mornings Balboa 2-4239. after
5 p.m. cell El Panama studio
Pen. 3-1660 suite 111. l Classes
will start April 2nd at 9 e.m. &,
10:30 at Balboa YMCA. 12:10
p.m. & 2 p.m. at El Panama
Hotel studio. ONLY teenage
classes will be held at Balboa
YMCA 16-1'. Hour lessons
Free dance book. ONLY $10.00.
HARNETT & DUNN. '

Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY.--iat mod- -
el electric stove in excellent
condition, 3 or 4-drower filing
cabinet. Box 344 Anion, Canal
Zone.


"This BISCUIT

makes canaries

want to sing!"


says
Charlie Chirp


Heth-building BSCUIT
is the big plus in French's
Vita-Rich Didt for sumdebi
With French's Bird Seed and
Biacuit your canary gets a
completely balanced food-rich
in protein, vitamins and min-
orals to keep him healthy. And
French's Bird Seed in pure,
air-washed, and comes stea
in the package. Feed your
bird French's Vita-Rich Diet
-and listen to him sing!
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,AP ITOLID
0J '-0.15
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, WATERFRONT"
with 'Marlon Brando
"BAMBOO PRISON"
with Robert Francis


TIVbLI
.25 6.15
BANK NIGHT!
"TAZ& SON OF
COCHISE"
with Rock Hudson
"GUNSMOKE"
with Audie Murphy


CENTRAL I."r0
1:15, 3:15, 5:06, 6:59, 8:57 p.m.
RELEASE!
"DOWN 3 DARK
STREETS"
with BRODERICK CRAWFORD
and RUTH ROMAN


LUX Theatre"' ";s.'
3:05 5:00 .6:55 9:00 p.m.
RELEASE!


"TWIST OF FATE"
with GiNGER ROGERS
and JACQUES- BERGERAC


DRIVE-IN Theatre
POPULAR DAY! $1.10 PER CAR!

"TANGANYIKA"
with -
Van HEFLIN Ruth ROMAN


CECIUA Theatre .'
TWO RELEASES!
"THE LIMPING MAN"9
with LLOYD BRIbGES
Also: -
"BAD BLONDE"
with BARBARA PAYTON


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VICTORIA
g.a; -..


"FATHER IS
A
BACHELOR"
Also: -
"ADVENTURES
OF KAZAN"


3 MPOMa,,
GALLANTT BLAB S" .'
with Lrry Partk
"ANNA LUCAhTA ,
Paulette Goddard


Committee Touches Off Angry Row


Calling For 'Fair Trade' Repeal
WASHINGTON, April 1 (UP) approved a bill raising the cell- J mandatory treble damages In,
-A special Justice Department ing to $50.000 in line with a rec- private anti-trust suits. leaving
committee touched off an angry commendation by Brownell. itup to the trial judge. to say
row today by calling for repeal It also recommended repeal of what should be awarded.
of the federal "fair trade" law
on.,grounds It runs counter to
.the free enterprise system. SHOWING AT YOUR SERVICE CENTER
Chairman Wright Patman (D-
Tex.) announced his House THEATERS TONIGHT!
Small Busine s Committee will
investigate te administration
committee If no other group Balboa 4:30, 6:10, 7:50 DIABLO HTS. 6:15 7:50
does so. He said the recommen- fe-,41ROTI-l IN' s Robert STACK
nations of the Justice Depart- Might tl tcle in Color by Ursue THIESS
. mert group would -emasculate" Mighty Spctac i by "THE IRON GLOVE"
the qnti-trust laws. ECHNICOLOR Technicolorl
The 1952 "fair trade" law al- Sat 'CREST or TIE WAVE-'
lows manufacturers to fix the GIMBOA 7:00
statewide price of a product by G 'P7AYGI:0L"
agreement with a single retail- LAI L
er. provided the state has en- Saturday '"HE BIGAMIST"
'acted its own "fair trade" law.
When the fed alct was pass- GATUN 7:00
ed,I&gatg had such laws. "Flame and The Flesh"
In a report to Atty. Gen. Her- Saturday "RO GRANDE"
bert Brownell Jr.. the Justice Mg ARGARITA 6:15 8:20
Department committee said such STERLING COLIEN
pricing arrangements conflict UAVlrE Ni, AY1 JAohn WAYNE
with the federal government's HAYDEN GRAY Maureen O'HARA
"RIO GRANDE"
anti-trust policy. G
Saturday WOMAN'SS WORLD" Saturday 'HUMAN DESIRE"
Brownell said the 400-page
study will be a landmark in the .
preservation of American fn e 6:15 7:4 wayne MORRIS a Beverly GARLAND
enterprise. The committee found CRISTOBAL "TWO GUNS AND A BADGE"
that the "fair trade" law per- Air-Condilloned saturday "BRIGADOON"
mits price-fixiln agreements
which conflict with the "dvna-
ml free enterprise system." PARAISO 6:15 8:00 LA BO(A 6:15 8:20
Pcrat n and there k c ommittee's re- "DANGEROUS MISSION" "ELEPHANT WALK"
crats said the committee's re-
port would have an effect exact- '- -
ly opposite to that predicted by
trownell. Chairman John J. SANTA CRUZ 6; 15 8:00 CAMP BIERD 6:15 7:55
Sparkman >D-Ala.) of the Sen- j EL VALOR DE VIVIR" "SILVER LODE"
ate Small Business Committee '_
said the report was a "shocking
short-sale of the American free
enterprise system __










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Patman issued gj analysis
of the committee report stat- A T A T S -
ng that he "would consider it Er L 3 A r omo R W
Vtandatory" to launch an in-
estigation of the group i1 7.
other inquiry was undertaken. .. ..e
;ie- IT. u a mi'nber of
t v i4 artmef as mint-a 1 It.a a great, big wonderful woman's i
torney general in chase of an- world...because men ar in t!
tf-trust matters, said the report
"strongly., supports the basic
purposes of the anti-trust laws."
Other critics included Chair-
moan Emanuel Celler i D-N. Y
and Sen. Estes Kefauver iD-
Tenn.).who said the committee -
apparently worked 'in a vacuum
of present-day economic facts
of life."T
George J. Burger, vice presi-
dent of the National Federation u" by
of Independent Business, said IHi NI,
the committee "has done its best
to undermine and scuttle what ,11[ III VaIF /hN Fr C0
little protection has been af-1 W[DR-ALL'SU.IIU.BDLiii UIIODVIUIWIINE
forded small business under theaF L i l LlALL'CU IiI
anti-trust laws for the past_ 50 1t-1 A 20z Centhy-Fox production
years."A
A majority of the 60 man
committee recommended Con- I L
gress repeal the 1952 McGuire ,i.
Act and its 1937 predecessor, the
Miller-Tydings Act. so that "re-- -"
sale-price maintenance, as oth- -
er price-fixing practices." will' .tt. IOM I....,-JAliNILSU;I.,..,. Q[Alih,WI[OOSLU0LUUMI[
again become subject to federal -- -- -----
anti-trust controls. LATE SHOWS TONIGHT 10:30 P. M.
First reaction to the commit-
tee report came shortly after Its DIABLO HEIGHTS M R GARI
release. Emanuel Katz. president DIABLO HEIGHTS M RGARTA
of the Doeskin Products. Inc.. "R ISI c
said If the recommendations "CRISI S SO EVIL MY LOVE'
were ever adopted they "would
create more monopoly than has
ever existed in this country."
Stanley N:. Barnes, assistant
attorney gen al in charge of
anti-trust, an 8. Chesterfield
Oppenhehnim, University of Mich-m m m m
lgan law profe)Aor, served as chairmen of( the committee.
Other members were private at _
torneys, law professors and eco- _
nomist. TODAY
Louis B. Schwartz, University hows: Shows:
of Pennsylvania law professor.;
wa the only member who at- 1:15, 3 5:06, .OU-U.U 3:05 5:00-
tached a general dissent to the' 6:59, 8: p.m. 6:55 9:00 p.m.
report. He. said the rcommen E L _
datiohs would weaken. rather T TAT
than strengthen, anti trust laws. ,,,,IiLI.
Aside from "fair trade" rec-
emmendation, the coin mit tee i ------
found rao need for a major over._ -_"
haul of anti-trust laws. On the
subjects of labor and agricultur-
Labor: It had no recommen-
dations for changes in labor's
to organize or to bargain col-
lectively for wages, hours, and .' '
working condltlon. aut it rec- hers
Spimended legislation giving the
government more power to stop when
union efforts aimd at "market CA 0 s'
control." This occurs when un- shes
leoa attempt to fix the amount| mflif ilf
and kind of products which may | .i A
be sold in specific areas at spec-
S-operatlves: The committee U"tI"bWM
rommended reapprasal of ad- |' U ina J^ I ,.
ministrative procpduje applylne ierfl
to agriculturald LA-operatives. .e
!ha .groups may collectnvel" p.


bandt roesa.andmarker I
Uets. The AfScetary c'
maI order soti
FV08s to cease and desi t If *
R !.k~ ewmonopoHl* or re-
Itrade.
It rgoomienu~d the penajit' m -
f e eriinal violation of antib...
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TAHITI
ST E I W I V I T 0 R t
Central Ave. 18-45 (137) I


SECOND


We are un


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* Modern alu
nylon glid'
* Aluminum
lounge .
* All alumini
umbrella tU
4 7 feet umb
pools and g
* Folding alu
and nylon


* Modern metal table lamps in pastel
colors from ...... ................ 8
* Wrought Iron desk lamps ............. 13
* Modern iron floor ashtrays .......... 2
* Ultra modern wrought iron bars 125.


* New assortment of liv.
dining room pictures
t- a t'on No Nail Picture hi
a Plant leaves shine liqu
* Africa.,-Vfolets insect,
* Plag food in powder a
tables pk. .......


BUY NOW ON THE


SECOND FLOOR OF FIFTH


altering Philip!
tps if. iu tilled with bruises.
-worn teps and rup be uses.
irn woun leave his home like new.
Classifieds., ft the right elhel


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packing

uminum and
ers ........ 43.50
chaise
. . .39.60
um
ables ......39.50
rellaj for
ardens 35 50
iminum
chairs .... 995



.95

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ing and
from .... 1.50
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WATER VALLEy, Miss, April
I UPJ- Last week's floods in Post 3822, Veterans of Forel
Mississippi proved to be a boon Wars, and the Military order
to the fishermen. The State the Cooties will hold their an
Game-and Fish Commission says nual picnic Sunday at the
millions of German carp, which clubhouse on Chlva-Chiva r -
gnore bait, were strandedby
the, receding waters and killed Admission -price is 25 cents
andstle ichooks, tchorks, igsperson with free food. dri*Ud
an s games and music by Blue Grain
Erwin and his gang.
way express office. Moore told
the police. Meanwhile. a new policy wat
Police detained Manning put into effect Wednesday
overnight while they checked the home of Post 3822 on Curl*
his story and finally let him du Road. All drinks were serveS
go. at half price between 4:30 ar
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John Manning of Broken
Bow, Oklahoma, has been
working in the steel mills in
Gary, Indiana. He decided to
go home. He bought a used ear,
and also a new tricycle to take
to a friend.
The car broke down in Co-
lumbus, Indiana and the re-
pair bills were too high. So he
decided to abandon it and
ship the toy.
But at the railway express
office he found out his cash
assets would not cover ship-
ping a bke to Oklahoma.
So he gave the bike and the
sar to Alvin Moore of the rail-


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Captain and Mrs. Edward S.
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former residents of the Isthmus
are sailing on Saturday aboard
the S.S. cristobal for New Yo'iR
en route to their rlome in the
United States. Accompanying
them is her mother, Mrs. Ceci-
lia M. Parmeter, who will make
her home with them.
Mrs. Hutchinson came to the
Isthmus a couple of weeks ago
because of the death of her fa-
ther, the late Mr. Parmeter.'She
was joined by her husband here
about a week ago. Captain
Hutchinson was Port Captain
of Balboa.
4mbasepdor Morrice
On Brief Visit
Tne Ambassador of Panama,
to Costa Rica has returned rn
Panama for a visit of a few days
IsthmianHistorical Society To
Be Introduced To Zone Club
Members of the Canal Zcne
College Club will meet fn-- thl-r
last business meeting and the
election of oflncern un ainonai.
the fourth of April. at four o'-
clock at the JWB-USO.
Mrs. F. H. Irwin and Mrs. H
A. Starrett, two of the clubs
most faithful and active mem-
bers who are leaving the Isth-
mus to reside in the States with-
in the next few months will be
honored. Tea will be served by
Mrs. L. M. Brockman and her
committee.


Mrs. C. S. McCormack, organ-
izer of the new Isthmian His-
torical Society, will be the
speaker. She will report on the
society's activities.
(For more society news please
turn to page 9)

Freighter Rams
Navy Destroyer
CAPE MAY N. J., pril 1 -
(UP) The freighter Mormac-
spruce rammed a Navy destroy-
er escort amidships in the Dela
ware Bay last night, injuring two
men seriously the Npvy reported.
SThe impact ripped a 10-f oot
Eash in the starboard hull of the
Navy vessel the US.S. William
1. Powell, and jarred loose -a
propeller. The Navy said, howev.
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MRS. FABREGA HEANS COMMITTEE
FOR PAN-AMERICAN. DANCE


SERGEANT AND MRS. PAUL RANDOLPH MCDONALD
An outstanding wedding took place at T-00 o'clock, Friday.,
evening, March 25, at the First Baptist Church, Balboa, Heights,
Canal Zone, when Miss Mary Emma Smith, daughter-of Mr. and
Mrs. David 8. Smith of Margarita, became the bride of Sergeamt
Paul Randolph McDonald of Fort Amador, The Pastor, the Re-
verend William H. Beeby, officiated at the candlelight ceremony,
Tall floor candelabra of lighted white candles were on either
side of a high rch, entwined with myrtle greens. White candles,
banked with orange .asmlne lined the phancell air. LargeL batr -
kets of white gladioli marked the entry to the chancel and s mail-
er baskets of white gladioli, tied with white wedding rope, we*
arranged on either side. The couple exchanged vow4 under the '
arch and knelt on a white satin predieu for the benediction. The
pews were marked with flcwers tied wih white satin bows and .
streamers.
Mrs. Delmaz SwAfford, organist, and Mrs. Webb Hearne,
vocal soloist, supplied the wedding music. A program of nuptial
music was played while the guests were assembling and threr,
vocal selections, "Because," "I Love you Truly," and "Let Me
Claim Thee for My Own" preceded the entrance of the wedding
party. The Bridal Cherus from Lohengrin was used tfr the pro-
cessiona land Mendelssohn's Wedding March for the rcesgonal
music.
During the prenuptial music, the candles were lighted by'
the Misses Patricia Swafford and Nancy Leslie. On their wris#A
they wore wristlets of pink carnations tied withlight!are .
satin ribbon. ; .
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The brid.. and given in marriage b et.Herr T r,
wore,; gown r ltr antlly lace and nylon tule over l n....
The lace bodice was fashioned with a Queen Anne collar and
long fitted sleeves ending in points over the hands. The full'
skirt was of alternating nels of lace and nylon tulle with Jace
flowers appliqued on eh tulle panel. Her finger-tip veil df
illusion with lace appique was attached to a tiara of seed
pears. She wore a strand of pearls, a gif of the groom. $he car-
ried a shower arrangement of white roses with white orchid'
center.
Miss Dorothy Hicks. Maid of Honor, wore a floor length
gown of orchid lace' and nylon tulle over taffeta. The fitted
short-sleeved lace jacket had a Peter Pan collar and tiny self
covered buttons to the waist. The full skirt was of *hylon tulle
over net and. taffets and her open-crowned hat and elbow
length mitts were of aching lace. She carried a bouquet of-
yellow roses.
SThe bridesmaids, Miss Dottle Cotton and Miss Georgia
Smith, cousin and sister of the bride also attended her. Theitr
gowns were identical dresses of yellow nylon tulle over taffeta,.
Tl~e scoop-nPckcd ^bodice had an inset of nylon tulle ruffles.
Their elbow length mit4e and small hats were of matching-
tulle and taffeta. They carried nosegays of orchids. They wore
yellow bonnet-effect headdresses.
Miss Nancy Cotton, cousin of the bride, was the flower girl
and she wore a floor length dress of pink lace and nylon tulle .-
taffeta, and a pink bo.net-effect headdress. The lace bodice .
featured a bertha collar outlined with a ruffle of nylon tulle.
The .five-tiered skirt was of tulle over taffeta. Her hat and
gloves were of matching lace. She carried a pink satin rose petal ..
basket of flowers. *
Mr. Arthur T. Cotton, uncle of the bride, was best man for
Sergeant McDonald. Ushers were Mr. Jerome F. %yans and1 Mr.
Lloyd Peters01. Mrs. Smith received the guests in a floor length
frock of orchid crepe with which she used silver accesories. She
wore an orchid corsage in a deep purple shade.
Miss Mildred Neely of Curundu assisted in cutting, the wed-,
ding cake. Mrs. Warden C.. French and Mrs. John Runok presid-
ed at the punch bowls. Mrs. Arthur T. Cotton, auntol t b '
was in charge ol the bride's dook. '
The bride's table was covered within a ,and nivy el fie
centered with a three-tiered wedding cake ojApped' with a tnla -
ture bride and groom. .;
S Mrs. McDnnald, who was born in Ancon, Canal Z .ne, wa i
graduated from Balboa High School and attended Canal,40*T;
Junior College. Sergeant McDonald is the son of Mrs ,10 -
olds and the lpte Mr. Charles H. McDonald of Gore- .......
After a short wedding rp, the young couple w be.
in Curundu. ^',a.-,


The Inter American Affairs Committee of the Inter-
American Woman's Club is planning a gala dinner dance for
SApril 14th at the Union Club. Mrs. Cecilia Fabrega, wife of
SPanama's Minister of Foreign affairs, is enthusiastic about
plans for this celebration of Pan-American Day which will
feature a parade of.models, displaying the beautiful native
costumes of each of the countries of the Pan-American Union.
The President of the Republic of Panama and Mrs. Ricar-
do Arias, will be the guests of honor. Invitations are being
sent to officials of the governments of the Canal Zone and
Panama. Members of the Inter American Woman's Club and
their friends, are invited to make reservations for tables by
calling the IAWC headquarters at Panama 2-0518, the Dinner
dance chairman, Mrs. Fabrega, announced today.


Ambassador And Mrs. Cuadra
Leave For Honduras
IA large group of friends gath-
ered at the airport yesterday to
bid farewell to Ambassador and
Mrs. Adrian Cuadra Gutierrez.
The Ambassador from Nicaragua
has.beeh transferred by his gov-
ernment to Honduras. The Cua-
dras and three of their children
will visit in Managua this week
before going to Tegucigalpa.
Their eldest son, Adrian Jr. is
remanl in Panama with
friendfa tanable him 'to con
plete the school year at Anc
School where he has made quit
a reputation for himself Jn
baseball.
Mrs. Parmeter To Make Home
In States With Hutchinsons


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a V flen4 1cki departed early
ts hatrai* Kit Day Saturday morning by air ror the
In lfco Valle ose- Unitted States to jo her hUo-
brate tt agt'h day band t Arlington, Vllata
With a' bfta. Fet data where they will take theif iew
before the -tves prepare for home.
the occa potl ,d from, i f
their 5t0 M. it6 _.l OMtU ,l- HJ MBene LeaiveS64iete
te and, Up g bo4h Wl off to WiMUngton .7-
display her badcratt. A spe- Mr. and Mrs.. Mario de Diego
clal Mass. 1i htld and this yea jr., r tumed to Pan-a, after
President and Mrs. Rlcardo Arias havg spent their "atemoon
.n .....nt. ,P a neir h mon
Le KIje I mr vlntto i Panamonte In, Boqete. Mr.
totit eVNY 7his Oor''Ethe Panamanian embassy in
vane. *g A b. re', e I'l 'Wangtn, D.C. Mrs. de Diego
so souig there,' as the. Pa- is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
tro eL Fo the upec Paul Oambottt In Panama.
lng erCA ie be d ld a great The De Diegos left this week
Cava ad a t hboroMea nd ridernfor their new rOme in Washing-
throuqIa theve s.tee ad ton, d .C
then tot boeth and toalds.
The ti Caompostre, as the 1
new h As,, known, was filed
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id M ldn& Most of the
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Oguaes .ba tle peao nd Juane
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Mrs. Benefiel pepprts
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Mrs. -,,T.'Tnefel4, the former
Vickie Vjn'tVeld. was the hon-
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SLift, Up S

Your Hearts
(A Leaten feature of The
Panama American, prepared
by.the Rev. M. A. Cookson,
Alpo Churb Mue Our 8a-

CltW MEETS OUR GREAT-
US NEED
(Read I Timothy 1; 14-2:6.
"This t true saying, and wor-
thy Ml anme uto be received,
tht Chrlst caIme into the
wOl to save anners."


St. Paul is very much aware
that his greatest need is salva-
ia, aet it Is ours.'
What t4 salvation, then? Sal-
vatio is to be picked up by
Christ, and made-over. Salvation
is not a struggle, it is a mercy.
It Is not the fruit of human ef-
fort, it is an effect of -divine ac-
tion on us.-
Dr. T, E. Glover, a well-known
scholar, has a quaint illustration
*f th'. 'He ays that monkpys
and elats differ in the way they
trnglport their young. Little
makess hang opn t their oth-
*@ar Ufit own attength, wap-
ping their iar a And legs round
the od monkey's neck and waist:
and whether they get there or
not depends only on thelf own
power. 1 ht ag on. Butcats pick
up tbir kittens in, thetr own
mouths, get f strong grasp on
them, ana do not let go: and
whether get there depends sole-
ly onthe cat and not on the
Dr. Glover rightly says, we
need a good deal more cat-reli-
glon to ay, and a good deal less
monkey religion. Salvation is not
our grasping after God, it is
God's firm grasp of us: and un-
til we are weak enough, trusting
enough, flexible enough, will-
less enough, for Him to grasp
us, we shall continually be fall-
ing oft and losing hold of Him
1and doubting ithether He has
.ever touched us at all.
That is what salvation is, and
many of us still struggling in our
sins need to finli it out. Christ
Jesus did not come into the
world to influence sinners, or to
Improve sinners, or to encour-
age sinners; or to show them a
better way. He came into the
world to save sinners-sinners
like you and me.
"or mine eye* have seen thy
YVtlbI"n which thoe hast pre-
Pad before the face of all peo-
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IDemocrat Charges


FOA Job 'Haven'

For Repubians
IWASHINGTOI April 1 (UP)
-Rep. Harrison A. Wiliams (D-
N.J.) said today the Foreign Op-
erations Administration is a job
"haven" for Republicans and
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finance overseas "observation
trips" by GOP clubwomen.
S"TO put it bluntly," Williams
told the House, "political and
patronage considerations have
ad a grievous effect on the op-
erations of FOA."
0 Williams, a %member. of the
EHouse Foreign Affairs Commit-
tee, said the adminkltratlon's
falulre to decide vhat to dq a-
bout FOA, which Is due to ex-
pire July 1, is "having a deyas-
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SUNDAY


SUNDAY BRUNCH DANCE
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choice of cocktail on the house and a marvel-
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SUNDAY EVENING BUFFI
Take advantage of the dry season
we understand is more or less, hern
to enjoy this outdoor event in t
.patio. Cbef Muller's dishes delight t
Clarence Martin's orchestra the ear
wonderful surroundings the eyeh On
Max will take your table
reservations Tel. 3-1660
And during the rest of the week,
you'll find it pleasant, indeed, to-
meet in the air-conditioned Balboa
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stating effect" on Its efficiency. Republican clubwoman."
"Operation Reindeer" sent
"FOA fille dmore jobs by. the four prominent Republican wom-
patronage method in the last en and their husbands to Eu-
half of 1954 than did the entire rope during the Christmps sea-
departments of Defense, State, son of 1953, at a cost of $19.000,
Treasury, Labo rand Health, to observe the Christmas pack-
Education and Welfare com- age program," Williams .aid. k
bined," he said. Williams proposed the techni-
cal assistance and economic de-
Williams also charged that velopment programs be continz-
"funds appropriated for econo- ued in a permanent agency, sep-
mic development and technical arate from the State Depart-
assistance have been diverted to ment, but under the policy dl-
pay for 'observation trips' of reaction of the secretary of state.


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Jockey Wgt. COMMENT


ODDS


1st Race "Imported 61' Fgs.Purse: 5375.00 Pool closes: 12:45
Firf Race of the Doublehl


1-Floreno *K. Flores 114 -Ran well in last 2-1
. MIAMI BEACH. This week's "longest hitter In the history 2-Fanglo E. Ore. 102 -Longshot possibility 10-1
of golf" is one George Bayer. and before anyone else thinks of 3-Gonzaga J. Jime. 104x -Unpredictable 8-1
It I want to get on record as being the first to call him "Belting 4-Copadora 0. de Leon 105x-Could go all.the wa 4-1
BDyer." Of course. I'll just have to take my chances that 'Slam- 5-Double In 0. San. 108 -Reportedly Improved 3-1
Mun" Sammy" won't feel too upset. 6-Paques M. Ycaza 103x-Form indicates 3-2
7-V. Darling J. Phillips 108 -Nothing in months 10-1
Not only does "Slammin' Sammy" enoiy priority rights on 8- Firenze F. Hidal. Ill -Disappointed in last 3-1
eA such golf alliterations but st wasn't long ago tha he was 9-,Newbrighton R. Vas. 110 -Returns from layoff 3-1
"the longest hitter in the history of golf." As you can see, in
gol! there is a quick turnover in both history and hitters.
"Belting Bayer" just love that name is a Bob Hope 2nd Race "H" Imported 612 Fgs.Purse: $400.00 Pool closes: 1:15
protege out of California. He was working as an auto salesman Second Race of the Double
in Los Angeles, apparently happy and contented, when he was
. persuaded to join the touring pros. People around Long Island i-Patriotica F. San 109x-Distance suits style 3-1
'might remember him as the assistant at Glen Head CC where 2-Royal Claim B. Agul. 15 -Racing to best form 2-1
'he spent last season learning the other side of being a golf pro. 3-Luioso F. Hidal. 113 -Returns from layoff 10-1
Hope, however, had seen him hit a ball off tthe tee 340 yards. 4-Lord Basur L. Otral. 115 -Could score again 3-2
f "The longest hitter In the history of golf." gasped the star 5-S. Of Scone J. Jime. llOx -Nothing to indicate 15-1
of stage, screen, radio,.television and kelly pool. fl-Ocean Star F Rose 115 -Ran well in return 5-1
,. 7-L. 0' Trouble M Ycaza 107x-Was never better 3-1
An ex-serviceman ano football tackle iWashington Unlver-
aSty and then the Washington Redskins. Bayer stands 6 feet 5 I "D"
and weighs 250, and it appears this is one time Mr. Hope is not 3rd Race D"Native Fgs.Purse: 300.00 Pool closes: 1:45
playing it for laughs: the touring pros say there is nobody around ONE TWO
who can hit a ball as far as Bay--beg pardon. "Belting Bayer."
"No kididng, this fellow's really got it." gurgled Toney 1-Chepanita J. Bravo 120 -Jockey should help 3-2
Penna. "The other day in St. Pete I saw him drive the 360-yard 2-La Enea J. Avila 123 -Serious effort now 3-1
ninth, had a putt no bigger'n this" 3-Dalida P R. Vas. 115 -Rates good chance 3-1
Mr Penna held his hands apart, indicating a distance of two 4-Fllon J. Gongo. 115 -Vastly improved 2-1
feet. 5-Rabiblanco I L. Giral. 118 -Would pay juicy odds 10-1
By way of keeping? the conversation alive, someone said: 6-Valaria F. San. 107x-Doesn't seem likely 15-1
"Ll negt u pt


"Did he get bis putt?
Mr. Penna frowned.
"No. and he missed his next one too."
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THEY LACK CONTROL

/ It may be that "Belting Bayer" is fated to follow in the
frustrated steus of most of the others who preceded him as the
Sa"longest hitter In the history of golf."
-* As golf is played today,. the long ball is a particularly lethal
i weapon, but without control it is as harmless as a tinfoil sword.
-,In due time, the Californian may acquire it but now he's like
$ Tommy Byrnes was when he first came to the Yanks. When he
windss un and lets go, you never can be sure where the hall is
S *going. However, George has won all the driving contests on the
tour so his firepower seems valid enough.
S Of all the demonstrated power hitters golf has known, prob-
4ibi Ted Ray of Fngland was the most distinguished. At any
Se he had what it took to win both our National Open and the
I ritish counterpart and that's a challenge far beyond the ability
,f a mere slugger.
Most of these'big hitters have a weakness that awesome
length fails to offset. "Slammin' Sammy" that would be our old
Sfrend Sam Snead. of course, is an exceatlon in that he has
hower and a ',ell-roinderl game aq well. Yet be has never won
he Onen. and n-' thei harsh view is that's he gone away and
t left his future behind him.
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4th Race "E" Native 7 Fgs. Purse: $275.00 Pool closes: 2:20
QUINIELA


1-Tampol
2-S. Time
3-Bagdad
4-G. Wonder
5.-Rina Rol
6-G. Pick
7-Fru Fru


F. Rose 111 -Longshot possibility
J. Cado. 108 -Good early speed
F. 4ldal. 109 -Showing improvement
R. Vas. 117 -Form Indicates
L. Giral.. 118 -Dropped anothes-.class
J. Phillips 114 -Rates fair ,ehinc&t
J. Bravo 115 -Seems next best


10-1
10-1
5-1
even
5-1
4-1
2-2


5th Race "B&C" Native 6'2 Fgs.Purse: $350.00 Pool closes: 2:55


1-Nacho M Ycaza
2-Daniel J. Bravo
3-Golden Bound R. Vas.
4-Biscaya J. Gongo.
5-Joe A Oonza.
6-Yosikito B. Agul.
7-Petite F. Rose


107x-Could score at price
124 -Unbeatable these days
115 -Back in best form
110 -Could score in upset
97x-Not good enough
116 -No. 1 contender
118 -Improving slowly


5-1
even
2-1
8-1
15-1
2-1
3-1


6th Race "H" Imported 612 Fgs.Purse: 5400.00 Pool closes: 3:35
First Race of the Double


1-Coronelino
2-Sun's Moon
3-D. Maiden
4-L. Morros
5-Cruzada
6-A Fulmar


MORE GRID MUSCLE 7-Majestic
Mike Souchak, who was last year's "Ionst hitter n the -arro
history of golf" is also nere to compete In ote of the endless
chamber of commerce classics which go to make up the winter
- ,tour. He developed his academic muscle as a Duke varsity 7th Race "G" I
footballer.
I' Souchak's gaipe Is steaming hot ight now. He just shot a
A'hfte-under-par QA to win at Sacrosanct Seminole where once 1-Remero
Ja year PaFm Beech aristocracy including the Noble Little Dook, 2-Welsh Fox
S course, goes s'umming with the workers. 3-Turf Lodge
F This is the tournament Ben Hogan picks to start his com- 4-Beduino
ietltive season these days, and though he'd been practicing a 5-Florera
allntb, he still flnf'hed %ix shots bark of the burly Pennsylvanian, 6-M. Moonlight
"Starnmin' Sammy" wa closer byv three. 7-Espaglrico
9 A month p-n Foehak hit the headlines with a record 257. 8-Pinino
tlhole total pt SBn Antonlo. This was a mere 31 under par. In 9-C. Edgar
kinv unA* an in the first ioind. he hpd a nine-bo'e record 27, 10-The Bouche
lerh looked lit e this on the score board: 244-333-332.
You'd think wit that kind of scoring ouchek would have
"been far out in front there would be no sense In playing anymore. 8th Race "H" Im
V-l0ts Wrong The fart ia he led by only two slender strokes.
"Bhoot'ne in the 60s isn't uni.ual in resort oplf where courses
wte phort. bPked, fVat and. at best. superficially trapped. Thej 1-,Vamplresa
tinoff iq that on the day Souchak had 60, 21 others in the field 2-Mr. Foot
ok^e 70. 3-Atom 0
4-Pincel
., 5-Paragon
6-Encachada
7-Slimo
8-Paris Midi
9-Concejal


,._ ._ _9th Race "E" In


at LA MACARENA

SUNDAY, APRIL 3

Second bullfighting
program of the season


4 MEXICAN BULLS 4

with
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and the heroes of the
first "corrida"


JkbUS GRACIA (Spaniard)
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ELICEO GOMEZ (El Charro)
THE MEXICAN EARTHQUAKE

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. SHADED SECTION UNSHADED SECTION
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Aid row ......... 7.00 2nd and 3rd rows 3.00
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1-Vedette
2-Gay Spot
3-Barge Royal
4-Royal Signal
5-Guayaquil
6--Cormorant
7-Proud Pearl
8-(D. Club
9-(Joe's F.


R. Vas. 113
K. Flores 115
J. Bravo 115
M. Hurley 108
B Agul. 115
G. San. 110
F. Rose'115
V. Casti. 118


-Tougher competition here 5-1
-Distatice handicaps 10-1
-Should fight it out 3-1
-Nothing to recommend 10-1
-Racing to best form 2-1
-Should be close up 4-1
-Form indicates 3-2
-Poor recent races 3-1


ported 7 Fgs.Purse: $450.00 Pool closes: 4:05
' Second face of the Double -""


A. Mena 115 -Could score again
J. Phillips 113 -Has strong finish
R. Vas. 115 -Hard to beat here
J. Bravo 110 -Will score soon
R. Guerra 112x-Fastest at getaway
B. Agul. 113 -Blazing early speed
A. Ycaza 108 -Nothing recently
M. Ycaza 107x-Poor effort in last
K. Flores 115 -Returns from layoff
L. Giral. 115 -Nice race last week


2-1
5-1I
3-2
5-1
10-1
5-1
4-1
5-1
2-1
2-1


ported 61i Fgs. Purse: $400.00 Pool closes: 4:40
QUINIELA


J. Jime.
M. Ycaza
V. Cerce.
A. Ycaza
A. Gonza.
F. Hidal.
B. Agul.
J. Cado.
J. Bravo


110x -Chance in mud only
109x-Could squeeze through
112x-Not with this rider
110 -Rates fair chance
102x-Distance handicaps
110 -In another two weeks
110 -Dangerous contender
113 -Returns in good shape
113 -Should score again


10-1
3-1
10-1
4-1
10-1
8-1
2-1
3-1
3-2


imported 7 Fgs. Purse: $550.00 Pool closes: 5:15


M. Hurley
M. Ycaza
B. Agul.
B. Agul.
R Vas.
F. Hidal.
J. Bravo
V. Castle.
0. San.


ONE' TWO
108 -Better race this time
102x-Good early sper-a
110 -Should be close up
110 -Ran well in last
115 -Has strongest finish
110 -Waiting for mud
112 -Doesn't seem hIkely
113 -Must improve more
110 -Form Indicates


5-1
4-1
3-1
3-1
2-1
10-1
5-1
even
even


NEW ROLE..Brooklyn's Walter Alston, who remained silent as
the Dodgers lost the flag last season, shows a new style-which
should endear him to Flatbush-as he argues with Ump Ed
Hurley on exhibition circuit.


Lucky Strike,



Womack Play


Title Game


Lucky Strike, first half win-
ners meet the Womack Distil-
lers, second half winners, in a
one game 'sudden death' play-
off for the Pacific Twilight
League 1955 championship at
2:00 p.m., Sunday afternoon at
the Balboa4 Stadium.

Playground Sports

GIRLS' BASKETBALL -INTRA-
MURALS BHS CZJC
The girls of Balboa High
School and Canal Zone Junior
College have just completed a
successful basketball season with
the following results:
A LEAGUE
Won Lost
Nina Brown's Team 11 0
Carolyn Jones' Team 7 5
Pat Quinn's Team 4 8
Dawn Crowell's Team 3 8


B LEAGUE


Eda Altuna's Team 10 0
Pat Steiner's Team 5 4
Judy Jensen's Team 4 5
Judy Engelke's Team 4 6
Niza Pasamante's Team 1 9
At the completion of the sea-
son, outstanding players were
chosen to represent the Leap.ues
In All Star Games. The follow-
Ing girls were picked:
A LEAGUE
Margaret Sadler, June Barlow,
Dawn Crowell, Diane Hannigan,
Frances Dillon, Linda Malone.
Nina Brown, Paula Sullivan, Ca-
rolyn Jones. Shirley Ranson, Pat
Quinn. Sarah Collinge.
B LEAGUE
Etilvia Arjona, Niza Pasaman-
te, Gladys Miller. Carolyn Corn,
Margarite Williams, Judy Jen-
sen. Sue Taylor, Joan Lawler. Es-
tella de la Guardia. Julia May,
ose Hensler, Eda Altuna.


rnCOI.Er.


Edna Jenkins, Nancy Bateman,
10th Race "B" Imported 7 Fgs. Purse: $750.00 Pool closes: 5:40: Carol Geprge. Betty Falteau
Velvia Brinean. Rosalie Young,
1-Blakemere V. Casti. 120 -Last was terrible 2-1 Adele Melssner.
2-Relampago II G. San 118 -Depends on 1, ..
3-P. Countess S Carlos 115x -Jockey handicaps 3-1
4-Jaquimazo B. Agul. 112 -Excellent workouts even
5-Vulcanizado J. Jime. 102x-Apparently gone sour 10-1


Ilth Race 'Special' Imported 7 F. Purse: $5,000.00 Pool closes: xxxx


1-Quematodos
2-Pinebug
3-Pugilist
4--Lazy Brook
5-Lifeboat
6-iW. Stranger
7-l (Irish Profit


V. Casti.
A Mena
J. Avila
J Bravo
L. Giral.
R. Gue.
B. Agul.


-Shouldn't miss here even
-Looked good in debut 4-1
-Will score soon 5-1
-Good early foot 3-1
-Disappointment thus far 3-2
-Unknown quantity 10-1
-Has shown nothing 10-1


12th Race "A" Native I Mile Purse: $375.00 Pool closes: xxxx


1-Coral
2-Don Goyo
3-Portal
4-Black Gold


R. Vas.
G. San.
B. Agui.
A. Ycaza


-Another easy win
-Better chance now
-Distance suits style
-Has strong finish too


even
2-1
2-1
2-1


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1syf, ivvlad ed 1m tie EaKm Conumd the road to bettor u.


Fastlich League

Party Huge Success

Over one hundred members of
tie Fastlich Teen Age Baseball
League were treated to their
annual party by their-sponsor,
Adalbert Fastlich, last night at
the Jewish welfare Board's
home on La Boca Road.

After viewing the motion pic-
ture of the 1954 World Series,
the guests settled down to the
pleasure of eating and drinking
their fill of hot dogs, cake, ice
cream and soda.
Many of the umpires and
managing personnel were on
hand. The remarks of ail were
only of the highest praise for
the work of the league in creat-
ing good sport and developing
the players into good athletes
and sportsmen.
All were thankful for the aid
of Adalbert Fastlich and his in-
terest in "His Boys," as all the
leaguers are known, has been a
great boon to all who wort with
the teams.
'The playoff for the enampilon-
ship will start on Tuesday, April
12, at the Balboa Stadium at
7:00 p.m. The second game will
be on Friday, April 15, at 7;00
p.m. at Balboa Stadium.
If a third game is needed, it
will be played on Tuesday, April
19 at 7(00 p.m. at the Balboa
Stadium.


Diablo Bowling

Center To Remain

Closed 'Til August

Since all bowling leagues mak-
ing use of the Diablo Bowlinf
Center will have finished the
1954-55 season play April 5. the
center will be closed April 6 and
will remain closed until August
19. it has been announced by
the Service Center Division.
The closing of the Bowling
Center conforms with the prac-
tice which has been followed for
the past few years. The alleys
will be reopened August 19 to
permit league bowlers to prac-
tice prior to the opening of the
new league season.
During the time that the Dia-
blo Bowling Center is closed,
those who wish to bowl will be
accommodated at the Balboa
Bowling Center.


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Jaquimazo In Return


To Action After Fine


Speed Classic Effort

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Five Class B imported thoroughbreds will match
strides tomorrow afternoon in the featured seven.
furlong $750 sprint at the Juan Franco race track.


SLeading the field potswards
will be the disappointing Blake-
mere which finished last in his
previous outing last Sunday in
the one mile feature won by Per-
sian Countess. The Countess Is
again a starter in this same race.
Mutuels favorite, however, is
expected to be the Stud Bocas del
Toro's hard-running Jaquimazo
which will be returning to acti-
vity following a rest after his
second place finish in the sixth-
'and-one-half furlong $5,000 ad-
ded Francisco Arias Paredes
Classic. Sugarplum was a one-
length victor in the former Speed
Classic.
Bias Aguirre will be aboard
Jaquimazo with a weight assign-
ment of 112.
In-and-outer Relampago II,
who easily beat Jaqulmazo earli-
er this year, and Vulcanizado
round out the five horse field.
Virgillo Castillo, as usual, will
boot Blakemere. Carlos Sama-
niego, who has changed his rid-
ing name to S. Carlos, will guide
Persian Countess. Guillermo
Sanchez is scheduled to ride Re-
lampago TI while Julio Jimenez
Jr. will be in the saddle of his
father's Vulcanizado.
Persian Countess, off her re-


Juan Franc
By CONRA


1-Floreno
2-Lord Basur
3-Filon
4-Tampol
5-Daniel
6-Majestic
7-Welsh Fox
8-Concejal
9-Guayaquil
10-Blakemere
11-Quematodos
12--Coral


cent sterling perform m an e.s.,
would ordinarily be e.0ed- .to
go off the mutual choice. How-
ever, this Is not the cane beeaQe
of the assignment of the mount
to weak-armed Samarnego.
If Blakemere runs back to paet
performances, the race wt1 be a
real thriller. Otherwise, Jaqulm-
so could gallop to an easy ve-
tory. ,
Eleven other races are laelhqi
ed on the program. Hgmer,
with the dry season already M W
Its end, one or two of these ra
will most likely be canceled *be.
cause of darkness.

Cricket News


.By H. F M.
STANDINGS


Clubs
Surrey
Excelsior
Mills
Wanderers
Silver City
Midland


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T. There were no games played,'a
P i the Atlantic Cricket League last
SSunday because of wet grounds
&DO caused by heavy showers which
uDO fell during the early morning
Gonzaga hours.
Royal Claim On Sunday, April 3, Wanderers
Chepanita C. C. will try to stop the onward
Fru Fru surge of Surrey C. C. at .Caa,
Yosikito Blerd. *
Cruzada At Mount Hope, Midland C..C,
e Bouche (e) victorious in their last outig
'Mr. Foot and now full of confidence, take
D. Club (e) on the ever dangerous AxcililAr
Jaquimaso club, while Silver City CC.C wll
Lifeboat be gunning for the Mills U&len
Portal on the Rainbow City sward. b*


Gun Clu


JAFFRAY HIGH MAN
WITH BIG RIFLE;
BALBOA WINS'

The Balboa Gun Club totalled
536-29v in Sundays NRA approv-
ed bigbore rifle tournament, to
defeat Albrook and the 8616th
DU over the 30 shot course fired
at the Farfan range. The Albroox
-team racked up 523-1ev for sec-
ond place, while the 8616th scor-
ed 507-20v.
Bill Jaffray and Archie Turner
finished in one. two position in
this tourney just as they did in
last year's Cerveceria Trophy
Tournament. Jaffray fired 141-
10v while Turner compiled a
score of 138-6v for second. Archie
outcounted Ed Coe'of the Al-
brook aggregation by only one v,
as the Air Policeman fired 138-
5v. A. 0. Perri took fourth place'.
and high score on the Army team


b Notes


by firing 132-7V. Lt. Co. George
M. Manning of Albrook also. ft'
ed 132, but only had loutr v,. in
shots, so he and his band nki[
rifle had to be intent with fifth
place individual. One of his t,
mates was heard to say, d I
should have used Jaffray's rifle,
we might have won."
Scores were all on the erratle
side, and somewhat lower thaf
were expected. There was no
possible fired in any position All
day. Jaffray and Coe got 48v
standing, Turner a 49 rapid sit-
ting, and Turner, Todd, Perri aAd
Manning 49s rapid prone for tle
best performances in each ps.l-
tion.
N. E. Dillman was Tournament
supervisor, representingtue Na-
tional Rifle Associatlin, and
Wayne Lucas served as Executive
Officer. The scores follow:


BALBOA GUN CLUB


Jaffray ..............
Turner ..............
Dillman ..... .....
Toad ...............


Stand
48-4v
40-2v
44-3v
34-2v


Rapid
Sit
47-3v
49-1v
41-1v
44-1v


Rapid
Prone
46-3v
49-3v
42-2v
49-4v


TEAM TOTAL ............. ......**** ...
ALBROOK


Stand
Ed Coe .............. 48-2v
Manning ..........- 44
Kennedy ............ 45-1v
Keller ............ 39


. Rapid
Sit
47-2v
39-2v
40-1v
42-1v


Rapid
Prone
43-1v
49-2v
46-2v
41-1v


TEAM TOTAL...................**** *..
-4616th DU


A G. Perri ..........
J. F. Cargill .........
E. F. Ruperto ........
E. V. Chandler ......


Stand
38-1v
34-1v
33-2v
37-1v


Rapid
Sit
45-2v
47-2v
46-3v
45-1v


Rapid
Prone
49-4v
48-1v
45-lv
42-1v


TEAM TOTAL ............................
INDIVIDUALS


Mel Millard .........
Dude Lucas ..........
C L. Roberts ........
Jack O'Connell .
Ned Simmons ........
Jeanette Orr ........


Stand
36-1v
41-1v
41-2v
41-3v
32-2v
40-lv


Rapid
Sit
45-3v
34-1v
38-1v
36-1v
35-2v
38-lv


Rapid
Prone
46-2v
47-2v
43
42-1v
45-3v
24-3v


Total
141-O1V
138- ::
130-
127- 71
936-29w



Total
138- T
133- 4v
131- 41
-122- St
sn--if


Total
132- 7t
12- 3V
124- 6


Total
117-
110- f

112-


In fairness to the shooters, it timing or reloading trouble. In
should be pointed out that many sustained fire. the only rmmdy
of the sub-standard scores fired for this is getting In eounw
by capable shooters were not practice until tim mg and reload-
due to poor shooting, but to poor ing are second nature.
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.45 CALIBER PISTOLS
TO BE CALLED ON AT -
FARFAN THIS SUNDAY
April's pistol match has been
moved up one week to April 2nd
so that It will leave shooters free
over Easter week end to concen-
trate on the holiday. This match
will take place at the Farfan
rtge of the Balboa Gun? Club
and firing will start at 9 a.m.
The course to be fired will be
the Natioal" Match BW and
th* ipon to o. awd Mm to
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BLIND HOLD-Norman Balot, let, -aw% see his wrestling op-
pont. ELzr&Kulko, but this 21-amrola blind City College of
Now York wreatler atill does wel to pace his team He's
a B student, too. )

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the .45 caliber pistol or r
This is the first NRA aip
tourney herr wth this w
and these scores will be th
.45 scores from the lEtha
be recorded nationally fer
sificatlon. The match will
for the club pistol champ
Scores will count alo ft
club all around e l
with re-entries permissbe
any center fire weapon,
re-ent aeores to count a
the an Around
They win not ewmtto-on
aporovga aonmeunm. *


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i nadian Club Tourney Set For Brazos BrM


Play Includes Three


Separate. Competitions


Hiram Walker and Sons of Canada, through
their local agents, the Henriquez Co. of Colon, are
again sponsoring a Canadian Club tournament at
the Brazos Brook Country Club.
"* n an effort'to ensure that For the ladles with established
everyone has a chance of win- handicaps (and this has no re-
ning a prime, the tournament ference to the married), a tour-
coinlttee has announced three nament similar to the above but
sepatse competitions as follows: onlyover 36 holes. Play under
P t the males with establish- Foer ladies and, .tlenmen who
ed handicaps, a 72-hole medal doe not have estabmlshe hand-
play with three-quarter handl- capsl a blind bogey over 36 holes
cap -allance, the first to be has been arranged and they are
completed by Sunday evening, requested to obtain details from
'ptfl 4and the subsequent the bulletin board.
rundi to." be completed each Hiram Walker and Sons have
succeeding Sunday. P lIayeer s donated silverware and plenty of
should declare their Intention of Canadian Club, Whisky as prizes
lJaylng these competitive rounds and the tournament committee
befame driving- off No.- 1 tee as It hopes that the membership will
is'dealrable that they play in the respond by making it a point to
tofanvow of fellow competitors. compete.


Nokan Pickum
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een 'ftading those Relay
Salts for over a week now, ana
I ust cant" keep from prognos-
tlcating. (Yeah! That means
ticling the winners). confiden-
tially, the only time I've ever
run personally was to get away
from a cob, and I have never
sn a trlck meet; which all
Would make me a local expert.
The wat I'll try to do this tos
list each event and give you the
1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners.
VTink that's easy, do you? Well,
these fellows have to qualify in
thE preliminary heats in many
cases before they can even run
tonight. Hell, at Juan France,
unless the horse keels over be-
tote e an walk to the starting
it-_" -_ _il>i. <

Mile Relay (1) Armyr (2)
6lbrook; (3) BHS.
pole Vault: (1) Huff BHS; (2)
Jeffrles: CZJC; (3) Studebaker-
Army.
High Jump: (1) N/.3ibsonP
AC; (2) qraldez, Albrbok; (3)
Montovani, BHS.
Shot Put: (1) Fluellen, Al-
brook; (2) Morris, BHS; (3)
Nickisher, CZJC. -
Broad Jump: (1) N. Gibson
AC; (2) McKeown, CZJC; (3)
Itaybourne, BH6.
Discus: (1) Barker, Army; (2)
Nichishpr, CZJC; (3) Fluellen,
Albroo
Team Standings
First -- Army 38 points.
Second Balboa iftSh School


Sn the race es cl 4 points. .
bookies have to dsis pick the Third Albrook Flyers 23
rin. place and show guys. points,
" t before I lot to the pick- D
te I want to mkke just one lit-
oo.. o .":Don't Shoot
tMe pnrrddctiour to contradict .that. "I
Slants writer about records tud-
blinf. The track will be wet and A
ow a 25 miles an hoCr he Aookell,
d will b gtng run-
ners (that ne was theotwo days wbeen blowhen
all week), and there will be athe frstkell opy ap-
low my (lng so that pole jumpiN ared in W ar
le n: (e ) Orolfind the 12 pn ootn





r-0 eis" BH s "M d ";btful
little wai s running. No bowhat cue ht SAN FRANCISO,kCalif. -
P- x a (NEA) Bil Miller, who Is
H 25 urL.'Hl' 'k(l) beitingi thedrums. for the
S-^ *ArmY4 (2) Orvis- Marciahb.-Cockeli light here,
-not Ghin3 hereene-B (S. Anc was -onie the job two days when
* .y. 3 ? Dash: (1) Gedman the first anti-Cockell copy ap-
A y;(2) Dab ouglas; (3) Blbo are ame 'shoot f papest .
iN-0le BHS. Sensing an early landonlide of
'.le itun: (1) O'Connell paper opinion on the English
B-. d n AC; (2) Brown Army; challenger's doubtful value,
(3 Fogel BHJS. Miller hastened to silence the
Slemafntary 440 Relay Real- early knockers.e Lea
lys guy m leaves mey cold. I haven't I'm working this fight," heb tough-
er the minute. (1)g about any (2) rote, "and when I work a
little kifs runni. NO boy, JI' fight I'm like Barbara Friet-
not q(ltting here. (1) BHBAncn; hi wenTIC LITthe Confederates
(2) Diablo (3) Balboa. p came 'shoot if you must this
80 yd. Low Hurdles: (1) Gul old gray head, but don't you
de. Albrook; (2) Brown -A-r knock my fight."'
',.O yd. Relay (1) Army; (2)'
-*': (3) Albrook-.ea
'. Grade 40 yd. Relay- This Little Leatfue
siBnts guy makes my Job tough-
er by the minute. (1) BJH; (2)
Cj-; (3) JHS -HS ATLANTIC LTITE LEAGUE
A G'rade40yd Rela (d The Coca Cola Bottlers again
4 played the role of giant-killer, as
Shey downed the Police Pauls b
int yd. Relay: (1) Army;(2 a score of 7 to n i, thereby knock-
1brd BJHS; (2) Cabaza with the Mutual Omaha team-
eller, Nare and Narago In three previous victories, thea
eller LP Maglie HR s Pals came from behind to defeat
the Bottlers, andothey almost re-
eated. Going Intout the lasme t in
At ColumbusPals made a game try, only tc
have the tying run cut down at
icago (A) 000 110 000 0-2 8 0the plate.
SLeague 01100 000 13 10 1 ordle Sanders was the hero of
this play as he hustled after Paul
Ebdon's hit in center and got it
into George Cotton in time to
At San Antonio cut down Keith Kenway at-
Cle. (A) 004 400 204-14 18 2 tempting to score from second.
N. York (N) 1a 3200 014-11 14 .j Johnny "Red" Cronan won his
Peller, Nariese and Naragon.b first victory of the season, and
Mag~e, Wilhelm, Spencer. Mc- one he won't forget, toppling the
Call and Katt, Orasso. WP first half champs and giving I
FeUer. LP Maglie. HR Kin- Keith Kenway his only loss of
fig, Mays, Dart. the season. Both pitchers were
well hit throughout the game but
At Columbus the devil may care attitude of
Chicago (A) 000 110 000 0-2 8 0! the Bottlers Is what really
St. L. (N 0oil 000 000 1-3 10 11 seemed to bring them through
Fornleles, Pierce and Courtney., on top.
rot.olsky. Tiefenauer, Jacobs and
Bt".ni. Rice. WP Jacobs. LP .- The box score:
Pieroe. HR Miftoso. Dropo.'
Moon. POLICE PALS


It arasota Player
#lla. (N) 100 100 002-4 10 1 Kleefkins, cf
stn (A) 220 110 00x-6 10 0 Kenway, p
iMtyer, Dickson and Burgess. Carpenter. If
Parnell, Henry and White. WP Palumbo, is
Parnei. LP Mayer. Ebdon, lb
----1 gger, 3b
U Daytonm Beach Blalkowski, c
Pt. (N) 020 030 001--6 15 2 Goguen, 2b
Baltimore (A( 000 001 301-5 II 0 Orr. rf
Grunwald. Kline. Donoso and Smith, rf
Mangan. Byrd, McDonald and Karpinski
Smth. WP Grunwald. LP-
rd. Totals
NEw "Orleans COCA COLA
'imln (N) 000 010 010-2 4 0
(Uu ) 000 010 xlz-3 11 1 Wilder, D. If
"- kle, Labine, Negray, La- Cronan, p
I a nd -Oam'n-la. Spahn. Wilder, L. 3b
'UUMsJoq QnCrai1. White. French, W. as
\ t .s. VP- Jolly. LP Negray. Cotton, G. c
Rankin, cf-2b
1 4gi jTaber, lb
A ) G el001 110 010-4 10 3 Farnandez lb
Hye and Oldi& famders, P, rf
Aatkg. Podihaaa d Sandm, 0. ef
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AB R H
4 0 1
4 1 2
4 0 1
2 1 0
4 0 2
0 1 0
2 1 1
3 1 2
2 0 0
0 0 0
0 1 0


A BOTTLERS


3 1 2
3 0 0
3 0 0
3 3 2
2 1 2
3 1 2
1 0 0
2 1 1
1 0 0
0 0 0
3 0

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PERFECT FORM Meiican bullfighter EUceo (El Charro) Gomez displays perfect form as he
does a "muletazo" before a capacity crowd in M exico City. Gomez will compete against Spain'8
Jesus Gracia Sunday at La Macarena in San Francisco de ,la Caleta when they will fight two
pure-bred Mexican bulls each. The public is invited to see the bulls between 5 and 6 p.m.
this afternoon at the San Francisco bullring.


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THESE FOUR SPRINTERS will comprise the Army 440 yard relay team set for action In to-
night's Balboa Relays. From front to rear are Bob Brown. Clarence Johnson, Aubrey Hatke, and
anchor man Genp4Oedman. Gedman holds the Fort Kobbe record for the 100 yard dash at 10.5
seconds. (U.S. Army photo by Cpl. Joe Seigel)
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ARMY'b TRACK TEAM The squad which will represent United States Army Caribbean in the
Balboa Relays tonight: sitting, left to right, St ephen Newland, Jim Douglas, Juan Ruiz-Valle,
Nathaniel Cousens, Henry Aiken, Galen Mack, and Jose Collazo-Mangual. Second row: Aubrey
Hake, Lance Melson, Bob Brown, Bob Slinker, Gene Gedman, Clarence Johnson, Roland Poin-
dexter, and Claude Brown. Third row: George- Patterson. Lloyd Hesse, Bob Bryant, Bob Mc-
Clelland, Andy Wittman, Charles Baker, Andy Curtis, and Lauren Studebaker.
(U.S. Army photo by Cpl. Joe Seigel)


HURDLERS LANCE NELSON and Claude Brown get in a practice
stint at Balboa Stadium n preparation for tonight's Balboa Re-
lays. Both speedsters will enter the 120 highs and the 180 lows.
Nelson Is from Battery "B," 504th FA Bn at Fort Kobbe and
Brown halls from the 23d Recon. Co. at Fort Clayton.
(U.S. Army photo by Cpl. Joe Seigel)


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Johnny Saxton 2-1 Favorit


To Turn Back Tony De Mbrc
By JOE PHELAN

BOSTON. April 1 (UP) Wel-
terweightchampion Johnny Sax- her Team St Op Laughln
ton was a solid 2-1 favorite to T *w
!successfully defend his title a-
gainst hard-hitting Tony Det
Maco Ina At Funny Pittsburgh Prats

Both boys figured to be P-t
champion tomorrow morning By JOHN GRIFFIN on the rosters. The meot
but Saxon was more confident known casualty was 3-yar
the oke would be on the husky NEW YORK, April 1 (UP) outfielder Johnny
23-year-old challenger after The Pittsburgh Pirate have given his unconditional rel
their April fool's nrght battle. been pretty funny.for the last by the Phillies. Wyrostek, 5
In fact, the 24-year-old New three seasons, what with their hit .239 In his llth maJor-lea
Yorker predicted his first title "space helmets," leaky infield, season last year,' propntly wl
defense since taking the crown and humpty-dumpty punching the Olants for a Job and
from Kid Gavilan last October staff, but all of a sudden the turned down. Pitcher Howie Ju1
would not extend him beye 10 other major league teams have son, only 09 although a lon
or 11 rounds, stopped laughing. time big leaguer, was optIotl
Saxton olaimed he wasn't un- For the amazing (ands amus- to Seattle by Cincinnati.
derrating the fourth-ranking Ing) last-placers have compiled
contender but he said "it won't a .667 winning percentage in The Detroit Tgers eat tsWA
go more than 10 or 11 rounds." Florida and it's starting to look players, Including relief pidehbe
His manager, Frank (Blinky) like they can hurt somebody In Dick Marlowe; the Betesitw3
Palermo, was a bit more conser- the National League pennant Sox sent eight players, t
vative but hardly less confident race this year. eluding pitcher Truman Cle
of victory. As Branch Rickey's club enger, to Louisville; the Nem'
"The Kid (De Marco) can't go breaks up Its training camp at York Yankees lopped off ftve
that long. If it goes 12, we'll be Fort Myers, Fla., today and rookies; and the Kansas City
home in a walk," he said. starts the barnstorming trek A's sent four men. naeluding
If their predictions were cor- northward, the Pirates show first baseman Lou Limmer, to
rect, Satxon stood to take home this totally unexpected record: Columbus.
some pretty fancy change for so vs. Amercan League teams, But this milestone was a hap-
little work. Since the bout will be 9-2; vs. National League teams, py one for several players, ameng
neither televised nor broadcast, 5-5; total vs. major league them: husky Bill Skowron, nam-
the expected near-cap a c it t eams, 14-7. And they've done ed as the Yankees' regular/firsa
crowd of 13,909 paying a $20 top it the hard way eight of baseman over Joe Collns: RalPb
would leave a $100,000 gross gate their win have been by one Kiner of the Indians, who .wa
and Saxton's share is40 per cent. run. finding his batting eye with'
De Marco gets 20 per cent. So a hasty second look Is be- homer and bases-loaded double
The winner faces the pros- ing taken at the P rates and vs. the Giants yesterday for a
pect of even more lucrative their chances of claiming out of total of three spring homers; yTt-
pickins. A contract clause sti- the N. L. cellarThe re-appraisal eran southpaw Johnny Seht
plates that regardless who discloses: An Improved Infield of the Senators, bo w lth
wins tonight, he must put the with basketball great Dick Groat strong seven innings vs. Cl.
title on the line again Car- back from military service at nat to ive indication of
men Basillo April 29 at Syra- shortstop; a dangerous outfield other good season; and lefty
cause, N. Y. If Sgxton loses to- that includes speedy rdekie Rob- Parnell of the Boston Red
night, the winner o* the April erto Clemente to teal with a sore-armed hurler last
29 match would hate to meet hard-hitting Frank .Thomas and who became Boston's first -
him first. possibly Sid Gordon; competent er to go seven innings wll
Saxton took an experience, catching in Bob Sheppard, who six-hit job against the
height, weight and reach ad- hit .304 last yeat' and an im- and now has a 3.50 earned T=
vantage into the ring. For Do proved pitching staff on which average for 18 innings work.
Marco, who has never gone 15 em Law, Dick Littletfel, and
rounds, that would be a hard Max Surkont mybeheped by
combination to beat. ex-Dodr e ant A A
At least, the boys who lay Roger owan l-ga win An Answer
down the rent money on such a- at Hollywood), Nelson King (16-
fairs think so. game winner from New Orleans)
----.....__ land-Al Grunwald (9-2 with t'wo i I

AAAATennisDoublesaS "^To Hurricane
AAAIi'R nnlt UU~ViMl uuout'aw Gruwald hurled four T ua
"shutoutinin sas the Pirates
,beat the' Baltfimore Orioles in
EIimmallon$ 691 another of Ihoe on-run dam,
Eliminations Get btatthcsgg: BbOwoUt
-, Daytona Bamh Thlursay.Blowout
Bel.er ach Peiak Also delighting manager Fred
D n|6r Cd~n K K S. Haney were outfielders Fepe --. ....>
S" r1 P ee Montemayor and veteWi' Hoot _,,
Activities in the current AAAA vers, each of whom bafged four e IlseW YO LrMeh*s
doubles tennis eliminations arei.hits iUe Osenborg, ma reaching fever heat as could be The training camp phase of St. Nicholas Areas bea sed
judged by several matches play- spring training was at an end he called the- press to an-
ed this week. The doubles play for the other big-league clubs, ounce the signing of
has featured several prominent i too, with almost two weeks of "Hurricane" Jackson for thrb-
performers to date, and accord-' barnstorming ahead before the bouts.
Ing to observers it Is difficult to start of tht season. The Hurricane Is on the road
predict which pair will emerge This turn of the road was, of back and G.Ienberg ___!
victorious, course, the end of the road for him. on firm. t i nmgl
George Gercich and BudI some of the "borderline cases" Archie McBride, heavyweiAt
Stroop have been displaying onA april 4: ...
some rather outstanding form l in "We w..ill handle. a. s
their matches, and have given *01 matehing'for the fighter in itb
all indications that they will be I next couple of months," GO

oung-oy Watson combination, ages-of-recerd will be dol*
6-3. 6-1, and. returned later to Willie exploded:
eliminate Eddie Heturiquen-eand The Girls' Basketball All Stars W "Managers? Thb fig i
Swereoff to a big start lat week wasn't managed. He was mm
Benito Charrie. recently as the Balboa A League trounc- handled." -
Archillp Pettit, wo recenis sined the College Six 52-7. The
was crowned Panama tennis s height o the A Leauers, com-
ales champion, teamed up with bln ed with" eert p4[ilng an A
mphroy for a 6-1 6-3 triumph o aa CINEM SCO
over William Artheiur and accu te. shooting. weu re epon- FlN
Gusrardiht blanks 6-0, 6-0. Thsibl of an early lead and ever- Barbara Sta
The most amazing perform- increasing Th Colle "BLOWIN
ance n thecurrent to y was scheduledht betwllaeen however Balboa Robert
e tes il d ove until the "TDAC O Kor
Thursday's match feature g Majl. a tn whistle. T "TAe our nto i
Hayes and artou Taft against na t hOred M n I "SNSCT ITHE T'
Huntley Dunn and Yerw Mondaythetraveled
'with the former combination to Crfftoal, and were defeated CINEMA$COPE:
sweeping off their opponents in 40-9. Aga n pccurs4 shooting / 7lus: Gary C4 "
straight blanks 6-0, 6-0 This paid off, and Crist b-l- emerged Barbara Stan
pair gave fine samples of eort 'vlcto.rous. "BLOWING D


Li0Ie Loon Champs
At a banquet, held at the Rod-
man CPO Club, last night, the
Cocoll Civic Council. sponsors of'
the Armed Forces Champions -
West Bank, feted their boys In
real style.
Over fifty people attended thel
banquet honoring the cham-I
Dions. tncludine the Command-i
ine Officer of the Rodman Na-!
val Station and Mrs. W. B.
Tucker.
Walter C. Watson was master'
of ceremonies and. after review-
ing the accomplishment of thel
champs, presented Captai n
Tucker who praised the team and
referred to each of the boys as
a major league star in disguise.
Captain Tucker, on behalf of the
Civic Couneil, presented each of
the players with a beautifully
engraved sterling silver identif-
ication bracelet, bearing their
nick names.
Several parents and friends
were called on during the im-
presbie testimonial ceremony?
and Alan Scott and EUgene "Pee
SWee" Lintors spoke on behalf of-
their team mates.
At the suggestion of the West
Bank team othe coll C iec
Council will arrange to hav Ute
Uttle MLeague Park at oNoT
na m Tu-cker Vlid It swp -
clation fto the &.uat&LA1v sup-
part which Captain ToO er gBWsi
the team during tae uast sIamon.
sm ft" the athmhm


Destiladora Nacional, S.A-.


Proudly announces
the winners of its third


ANNUAL BARTENDERS
CONTEST
held on March 31 at the
Panama Golf Club
1. AMBROSE JOHNSON ,
IFt. Arnador Army Navy*01ub


2. JOHN McELFERSH
Good Neighbor Bar -


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3. ALFONSO ENGLISH
Tropic Bar Colon
4. ROY NURSE
Officers Club, Albrook A. F..B.
5. CLIFFORD GREY
Esquire Bar Colon


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VIGOUR
.-erere from lon of v. our. rr.
w, weak body. Imnpure blood.
rmemr a~mo a w aed who l e Il
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Zvonwe 1PopulaW tiRon was.

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LAN INDEPENDr" 1 DA rs. Pr omheO.
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Lei tke peo take k in 140 of the iviliand so u ar bon oe the'- a bief oln.
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was 38,953, a decrease of 3,096 Armed Iorees personneL 'eason, is nt uus al o *
1111from the 42,04 shown in the T re was a tremendous growth Chagrea 242 Dilther tOf" the o f "h

1 ndthe.S. Nvy tU B edby ^apt. resid ens ep unifomed per- and 3 e lsh an wens por t erTstoba 1, 3fa edxl nintices and m "eles fomed Aants, ., q o


Shaand die, then turned to help other survivors, 0 and tecensus taken In Population hia aned wel U n
l above the 40,000-mark and Tota.l Atlantc area, excldve..
ears the Canal Zne cian tn of military reservations: 10,19. Stts tis w
S--3- w eth..,a0 1 U- .acaw compares na of popl "
Shd dropped below There waen separate n war- lD I not po le for al f

proJects was at its height, nittes for the two years, becoduat of .....
10 tak43 were n 1 of the o nly two year some o tb th e figures.
during the wartime period and either of the p
later whn the. population ex.- l To nw towns were listed in
Accon to t n akbceeded R50tt000. th I 1954 ensuiRs which did no
lAst Dcerding the popnsul The aae uatotual cponsulati of th e e fol antid one isown ms i
vlan po ltion has been tak- ed i Tn 9Ifl 3 d not appear hn the
The38953, a decrease f 3,0 one of last November, Los o is unusuand Rainbow City
from the ex42,049 shown In the e was a tremendous growth Chaipea 2n is ot tn e
(NUATelephoto) previous census taken isn June in a Canal Zone o during rthe" Oatm.802 Drge-thu tadadimesfat h aloTrn p the ,






Tand was handled and Coor Eterean ar and a half
Sed by the Personfnel Burea in between the wo onts.
cooperation with. other Govern-
aboard the Us Navy t ort. Bayeld by Capt. residents except uniformed p met anesivilian census for the N3 Red sbal 10 n ad lr n armed Atlanta pa.
ln upon te s rI snnel o the Aed Fes atter year showed 4 eat l-a dev ln of over 1000 and most oc ee t t -
rof the crash of the Pai n American Airways pin The rowe d th of the te Z d e r te rsain City 4,4s, plus my in L e te rs n In -
y J praiseusd the heroism of Mrs. Darro w saw Sinc ha the ther.t a- ca m d to Paro to
lsons otcnlbepytg Pamoe a sn l tt pulation from 1,86 aien 195
r hband die then turned to help other survivors 1ana' and hemenssat tk In pu atn ar goed we
O.reachied a.n alt high In of milit reservation ons: 10,10







dents whmenativi. on war- .ns ae not posse for all of



B o. A lut we dp t to maii l G. en digure s dist o e ..Oo1er meno he s e n twm on e oe, day l K|7 .
.off he oato Ue_ tt o i uae the R ail fiyn o o Canal Zone i theanal Zone civilian commu- 0,0 All
S" projects was at Its height. it.es for the two years, because









Years of 1942 and f the differences in tabi
.3 werme s h only two years somt e of aic sie fiurothe
during the wartime period and


















Slate woen tha population ex7 sTw n w towns wem e listed n S.



lfd Palfi. I twop~ c-er- I V S lepr' p C on tro voters ve to our, th5 '" -- lf.ag IDl *d c el m b V
Sceededo r00. the 1954 c ri us which did not
.d Ir l ThlhpuI iI "esu i "Thed toonual census of the cical appThe e ear before and o ne town list- e c Io wI .CtoPo i b a> 1 I
vilian pp tion has been tak-adoIin t 1 P d not appear In the





















y .e -.t mthe population bl pu-y ates 337 ,893 United. 8* Ts rhool vacation pro1rmI. _., who ^wll elA I uire/ aper:tio, of the Setrv,

a decided chane in the Canan-l 1954 tbul .the
1 t Degnocra of a, I ........i. ality of residents.
The one of last November, Los RION and Rainbow City r
tterr~neveryw The a s co id that ever s nsiderably more were the ol w towns, and Red












.extenhurci Su the an those In the Past Tan dsppeared during the
and was hand thled and coordinat- intervening year a a half
ed by the Personnel Bureau in between the two counts.
























it of discriminating a [,r con -toether With ploymen, of more person ol ----- ram l r April 8 and wll EC DAN
les e xt coral P anamanian itizenship other thern-
Ste r We oretiement of many Wist In- N 53 Re d ank had r. dparpted u-
Aiona. thevarious data dew- nation of over 1,000 and most of













aptiously temperi'ng IBut we daIdet t o maliciousl Graduation exercus for th The following figures dhow the r,, w"eek n ,,aug -mdn 1. hr. will continue until the opeg day 1 I
elope.hrough t"e Nove mberthus rodents, plus many in Ll













Stgh School will be Su densus wain the two ears, are removed t aaso to s well
wnt to cla ternoen t :30 in the Rainbow r e n 1953
p thuates;theaisiCeoffity tymn;oium. 1 byh oser 3,00a lst Novem-e. d rd 1h
a ou da attend hage sl alt of tlwsi livingtos























pa atca e s hepatoal t ~_- .. .. .me-i-~.2092 0t1ti7L3"~d'" .. 0 .4 total of 21 pation- were k.col ad ic e s"
Ct p oeOfThe ss rduates w tihPanemanirn 12d41 14-880 mte rnmed agnd itre d ih .atIe,












es oPrincipal of the ainbow Ci- Others 1,503 1 an s ai y bsl IUo, ing
a la ts o1 af ie nnevenir of the Dtari b n Ptds of Schools n o.the en are ll ..
naZiml bofo m" qehbw3) covered by the census, shown In the following table: All- w











SoIA A ls th drn ays Stratocrulser which A summary of thetion by townaetes PF G, b ; M. a m











oft emie 't ofis o m to p h vir tori; transport USer Bayfield figures forn the Canal o ne shows at rs. F. A. Ryb, 8., of Rs-hoolnll
aNovember showed 1,200 men, Pacificsid
l than Panama city 9,074

V I pIUI Jn di by more than five to our, this --hasr.e-t
.Is. .not. aTtowl46,651 tesiv thelastforrecreation has again ee nwt.medas Local- eatlota will n


fe 'Rooo manh lor y ,athe mea r.ght,- out-. 337,893, Uniteda_ StIates.,,,m l,.j,,; theu -aervice0











ecsc i acse te uda pine apel UWE tUJ pn ad helttr t in IO n


In nr 1i0 Ana Bau lsz- 1D.:e MO B'WIsw*. sorref6, 0 Thgs nimram Will offeseries
ail. archbbihopsi An al another pr The Reve arnd Charles Jacobs, r second third places Fort .ayton, Mr. Mr. C. A. a ts whieh wil1
a,1ltday shame- Iovernm2 n ersSSeIr t osday C.M. of St. Vincents Church ic ye poulation oe i,- o. RCi.1 NksA r a_ t la Renl b ,
merts they did made the nratBMte reference Rainbow city will yve both the o n of theai Mrs. E. C. Nickels. r of. are tAe" tes,i
e the hidden accom- to possible n. chur ch invocationand the t fenetion I -. e efollows:ma tinsony nof gt. aa mrs. n tmpLs o at ,
beeauasea.nd state IB n .4rig ge Musilie % BW rIed by the Gr ls as follows: w ea r of ra ae po ad a.c
U1e Christ in current Pafabow ool Band Ancon 1,200 Ghirl were bor t w ee wto
dmble oes, ts m j After nf the and Chorus the direction of Balnoa 2,709 gell.Bod e Lo n L of Bocs a g. I- prugrotil beacc luB-
AM serad a rsR.iT, BALBOA TIDES ..S S vkFr .ot o

-eis to 4brookf Cofo;0qMr, Mr.ad3i. D
-IMiguel 411 Me*%4,of Em No-Mr. anqdWl
IIc- ....... cJ .-=.I i. Rural areaII 380 retto, of Pa-]nama CW _gIf. wh o ".w





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