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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Genre:
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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ocm18709335
Classification:
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System ID:
AA00010883:00748

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;WA OTU I[yAll .( UP)'-- ah ube Health Service, teday rejected the'-.
pmWAlIty ofetretohi n oroe pOto yVaboinOLppine. by reducing the amount given in t
each huL.
Sh4uftneouslyilt anoth.. recom nation that could slow the mass Inooula-
tion pro.gramItferhrin the Ihterest of aaety, '
1 .urged .aut on before adrO*irtering :finat shots of the vaccine during the
poriod -oming la'tr title umm*r hen' the poIlo. season will be stats peak.
That. period range from m dA".gu to ri~d-September in various. parts of ti..


yuunui .
The service said It WW be ate
to give acon'd shot W
time. But it amid .
should not be started e *Ath-
out "careful consideraon of all
the ircumatasee in the parti-
cular episode." I
Thins. eoamendstleo WaM
based on the fact that 4iJe-.
tions of any kind at the eight
of the polio season are known
to prooe aal ~~in a p.r-
son if the diseehas been in-
eubating.
The recommendation appar-.
ently means that, the health
service will leave It up to au-
thorities locally to decl4, on the
basis of polio prealIOece In
their area whether first shots
should be cancelled during the
peak period.
The service announced its ree-
ommendations last night after
receiving them-fromi a co*mlt-
tee of the nation's top polio ex-
perts who spent all day yester-
day studying the problem. 1he
group included Dr. Jonas Salk,
developer of the tuccine.
The service said the prpposls
were being "immediately tra' -
mitted to medical and pubc
health authorities gor their guM-
A Ce." .. .
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Bramn AdI P A
Redinuces I d Tdp
Fares Te'Ni
In as ao '=aiite
air travel I to
Miauii, B I an-
American WaMl Aryewas a y
announced a mr tip
fare of 125 om WB I -
mi and return The w MiwEt
become effective d- Ina R, Ond
tickets will be go S -1days.
The $125 fare wll apply oa DC-6
tourist services operated by Bran-
iff Airways and Pn Ameielakn.
However, 0 IB. of tre a|-
Pan AmerieaTadd Braniff Air-
ways operate total of te tour*
ist weekly from Panama
to ZiEUI
This UMal fare, saleable only
In PUan is delgned to enrease
air travl by Isthmiana to Miami
for shoplng ad vacation exeur-
dens. The new low fare will frth.
or strnwt ties between Pana-
ma and the U.S. a
resort for Americns
Miami has luxzrsu hotels a'd
barpia summer d s
in Miami b ai Id ptime
for many Pu u a..
Panama repre of Pa n
American and Braatf Airwa y
called the fare st%.M pr st
Ander the regular toiriuto re,
ty of Panama's = pro-
grass. Many p twe t'iom air
travel was pto eoW-reach,
now M fQ t to Vit
the U. & bo thgo bpeqai-

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Gyor


another .four week delay In
the al.r*dy.Ul nluDnproram.
Top ffals of e national
Fo 1datimn for .Infantile Para-
lysi allped quietly into Wash-
ingtn hursday.
The officials were understood
to be disturbed over confusing
actions and statements by the
government on the vacelne pro-.
gr which the foupdation-plo-
neeredd. -
-Informed sources said they
hoped to get the government to
speak with a "clear, single
voice" 'so everyone 91lll know
Just what the situation is.


. O'Connor said only that the
foundation officials wanted to
,discuss ."a number of things"
with government representa-
tives. .
Van Riper, asked for comment
on Oie foundation plans, re-
piled: "Why should I add to the
confusion by making more
statements?"
The experts also talked with
Salk about evidence he had de-
veloped indicating the dosage of
the. anti-polio shots can be re-
duced drastically without meas-
rurably lowering the effective-
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A T-33 JET AIRCRAFT attract
.. I^1 .f.m ft.fc.


SFIBST YOUNG VISITORE to the Armed Forces Day Open House at Fort Kobbe busily operate
the controls of the electronic device on the 75 mm Skysweeper Antiaircraft gun.
(Official U. S. Army photo)


EAMLY ARRIVALS at Albrook's Armed Forcesiba Open House view an electronics display of
the Arhways and Air.Communications Service in one of the six hangars set up with Armed
Forges Day displays at the Base. (Oficial USAF photo)


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Other CZ Posts,


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An estimated 9000 Armed Forces Day spectators
streamed through Albrook main gate as early as 110-
today. Air Police traffic control reported.
Some 1000 vehicles were on this one base by
indicating that this Year's Armed Forces Day crow
would rival previous records.
ted many of t*early viewers of Albrook's Armed Forces Day With seven* -U.S. military installtio 0on the Cgh
open House displays. (Olfotal USAF pohot) Zone participating in the annual celebrations, cw
were well divided, making a lighter show a some focafq
A highly ht of forenoon activ- Stations vs well as the Fort Ai
Itles was t helicopter arrival ador Headquarters' of the 11
St beside SOpea k ers W arn of Caribbean ommand iCo- Naval Ditrict ere hosting
wander, Lt. Gen. Willam X. than 2,000: ithmian Argm
Harrison at the site of the Al- Forces Day guests at mil
brook exhibit row. officials there reported.
Of Slim Margin Of Strength Shortly after Harrison' rrv-
o al, crowd surged to the eight S. A bassado-
line to witness a JATO (Jet As-
WASHINGTON May 21 (UP) son and deputy defense secre- slsted Takeoff) takeoff of an a
-More than 5,00h,000 Americans tary Robert B. Anderson. BA-16 rescue aircraft, which Selden Cha1pin
trooped to Army,.N.avy and Air Similar parades were sched- simulated the procedures em-
Force bases today' to see Armed uled for New York, Chicago, played when extremely short Mo "
Forces Day demonstrations of Dayton 0., Baltimore and many sunday conditions or other ha-
Slatest weapons in the na- other ties and, nX.w rds ie t o ..
wa1 A s.imte
As "illes alti F-o stru onse inFrt
rades throwat the nan II defense. *ad Fo
cedlebrating ti annual tribute Gu i a of
to the serfo high military In Los Angeles last night, Gen. U.anch-
offlcers waiftm that in many Nathan PF. Twining, Air chief of ad 911.
emases this- n's weapons staff, threw out a strong hint RodMaD an oco 0Solo Naval
hold a ypefmly slim margin that Russia's newly revealed
of spere over the Rus- strides in air power may force
sians. the United States to build a big-
Theme of the occasion was ger Air Force to insure its lead. o* .
"Power for Peace." He referred to the impr ess t
Defense Secretary Charles E. Ive display recently over Mos
Wilson, keynoting Armed Forces cow of new Ru jian Jet bomb-
Day In a speech last night, said ers, supersonic flfhters and
this country's "tremendous pow- all-weather planes. Launched Al Sub
er" is being built "in an unre- In Pittsburgh, Gen. Thomasrn
mitting effort to achieve world ID White, Air vice chief, warned LONDON. May 21 (UP)-Mts-
peace. the nation not to assume that cow radio denied today that the
Wilson said the government we can automatically keep a United States has launched an
will not be deterred by propa- technological lead over Russia. atomic submarine.
gapda of enemies or wishwil In Chicago, Air secretary Har- But the Soviet broadcast in-
thin.inr at home or amen old E. Talbott said the nation's dicated some agreement with
alsW from pursuing a steady air power program is "Just a- President Eisenhower on the
buidup for an indefinite pe- bout right" but will be kept un- possibility of a globe-girdling AMMASADOR CrAPi
riod.. der "constant review" jn light of atom ship-without mentioning
More than 7500 marched in a Russian advances. Mr. Elsenhower. -----
parade here, reviewed by Vice WASHINGTON, May 31
President Richard M. Nixon, Wil- *..I.u.-i' I_-... Of the recenAlv-tlestd nucear I-President ElsenhoweTA


3-Year-Old Runs
Into CZ Prowl Car;
Breaks His Leg
Three-year-old Antonio Dixon
was Injured yesterday when he
darted out from between two
parked cars and ran into the
door of a police patrol car that
was moving at 12 miles an hour
along Palo Alto Street In Paral-
so.
Antonio lost a tooth and suf-
fered a broken leg and some
head injuries but his condition
was not considered serious after
he was admitted to Gorgas Hos-
pital.


J m i Proposm
Mlbg Backfire


U-boat Nbutils and S. 're-
search into atomic propulsion
for planes 4ad aircraft carriers,
Radio Mgesow'aommantator V.
A. Leshkotsev delared:


HELSINKI, May 21 (UP)-A So-
viet proposal recently against for. "In spite of the desperate
eign military bases might back- propaganda hue and cry which
fire and logically lead to evacua. accompanied such reports not a
tion of the Soviets from Pokkala single one of their works has
Naval Base on the Finnish coast yet been accomplished.
south of Helsinki, leading Finnish "What has happened more
party paper Vastra Nyland said than once, the Americans are
The paper said editorially, "A to Intimidate the world
realization of the proposal (to the with weLpons which have not
disarmament conference in Lon- ye been built.
don) would mean that Finland be ,"In the Soviet Union work on
released of the obligation which I, thsov U o wor o
the country accepted through the the peaceful utilluatitn of atom-
armistice agreement and wt i c h ic energy is being carried out on
was confirmed in the peace trea- a large abe."
ty, namely that the Porkkala a-
rea be leased to Soviet Union for An atomic sub, Leahkovtsev
a naval base for 50 years." said, would be "especially good


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day appointed career ap
Selden Chapin as U.S. Am]l
dor In Iran to succeed Bigr
Henderson.
Chapin presently Is AmlmR-
dor to Panama, where h,
sent in January 1954 after
ambassador in Holland an(j
viously Minister to Hunga
His appointment ut
proved by the Seal4U to bS
effective. *i' .
The White House gave nw94h
dication who would be ChaP
successor In Panama. '

Ike May S..1 t
To San Fraincsco 1
For UN Anniversay


He is the son of Edward S. It was the first time a Finnish for Arctic waters" since it could
Dixon, a grounds maintenance paper dared taking up the idea operate winter or summer under WASHINGTON, May 21 (1
worker, who lives in Paralso. of evacuation of Soviet troops. the polar Icecap. tha Wet t e House ad a
Shat tne question of
Elsenhower going to W I
r*o*me I i -__cisco for the Unite
First Voluntary Rent Reduction '. ndr n .J
"under consideration."
Press Secretary Jawnes S 1
SI gerty made the statement in

In 17 Years Recorded Stateside euo.ba.n
held June 20-M M.an
WASHINGTON, May 21 (UP)- lined slightly on 'he average, in. of four-tenths of the one per cent er will be on a 4e t
The cost of living dropped slight- dicating that the long rise is end.-in food prices and some wh at speaking and fishing trip
Jy last month due chiefly to lower is. smaller rises in medical care and 22-27. That would le 1
uto prices and the first voluntary But she said neither the drop in'personal care costs. days for a po laIhh)H
duction in rents in 17 years, the rents nor auto prices indicated a- The food price rise was due visit to Ban ..
government reported today. ny break in those markets. chiefly to a sharp rise in fruits Mr. Eisenhower ., to e
The Labor Department's Bu- It was the first overall decrease and vegetables. Summer crops England.
reau of Labor Statis tics also said in rents since they were rolled were expected to bring some food
the take-home pau and purchasing back under federal controls in price reductions.
power of the average factory 1rM42 at the start of Werld War II, ......
workers were a trecrod highs for and the first vwmary decline Factory workers en jo yed a I eenaq f
April. since 1.83. mam lin4ase in average hourly
However they were slight be- New and used auto prices fell a= April but this was A drive s
low te all.time record set in an average_ per last auth. more th| by a drop in the S3
r.Mrs. W dt o .sat deeuse work t me sft
The b_ fau reported that h in steammed ftret rad all, Dbroot a sm aII
mid-pits consumer price tb. lowancesa I*eaaas t aworkers'dpurchasing
puge of average Mvin anted by dam With Lar a lower uvMg east. Pa.
was -tnth of meparo e as ,not met sohv a el sag t A after taxes for be
cent beow arch. f t Ittod t r amt1to l prioea m a mew dependents to-
pr2 ft average 2W 40 ear. sta a decline at OA
was the is sha g "e auto ab ms sMarch. .
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Labor News

And

Comment

By VICTOR DIESEL
LONDON The main streets
of Am.rica have a big stake rid-
ing in the b4 political race here
scheduled for May 26.
It is my beale--and I pass it
on to you strictly as such-that
if the Britsh Labor party wins,
ic U.S. loses on the world trout.
I should adL that that, too, is the
impression of some American ob
servers here and some of our na-
tional labor leaders who have Just
ai-ived in Europe on their way to
Vienna.


L.J. ma ewoparfrom ra d ,o ,upon, -.. ...w .u *e -," .n...ws If the Labor party upsets the
e in letters from readers dds and wins, it will be a victory
a for world socialism, which for the
* TEENAGE BASEBALL i.iost pert is either infiltrated by
i general principles or pro-Soviet
i. because Socialists everywhere ate
Convinced tnat 'they now can do
, In 1951 the United States citizen residents of the Canal ne, business wicd the Russians.
t.cluding Arnly. Navy and Air Force personnel, responded gen- If you don't believe this, just ask
grously to the campaign to raise money to send a Little Team to Central Intelligence to pick ue
Williamspurt, PennFylvaniL, to play in the championship ellmina- some of the documents now being
tcn. The goal then was $5000, but the response was so gener- prepared for the Fourth Congress
G.as that the voluntary contributions totaled more than $5400. of the socialist International sched.
Ii ed for London July 12 to 16.
Now the Teenagers are endeavoring to raise $3000 so that 15. That Congress of world Social.
(anal Zone teen-age all stars may go to Hershey, Pennsylvania, Lst paru(.s will be turned into an
to narticluate in the elimination finals for the Teen-age base- eti-U.S. rally. It win be greeted,
all championship of the world. ithe name of Britain's Social
Sits, by Clement Attlee, leader of
`1 .... t +inif ....... ....itv, or,,i ,iui.miyded A Unit... ithe British Labor party, the next


S -'--,Ili I Vrl.e.V Ati Ji CeverytI communIIJI.y au ,acv-l* i.--
edf.t.ates citizen wage-earner on the Canal Zone will contribute
: Jimone dollar toward this worthwhile community enterprise.
Contribualon t thus far have been extremely slow in coming
S in I'm sure the Canal Zone people are more generous toward
such a worthy cause than this slow response Indicates. I suspect
thj-nmany who would g.adly-contribute don't read the Sports
Pae and for that reason simply don't know about this campaign.
.,There are 15 of these youngsters, all between 13 and 16 years
of be. They were selected from among the best players of both
th celfic and Atlantic sides of the Isthmus. I'm sure that if
they are sent to the United States they will give a good account
of themselves and be recorded in the history of Teen-age base-
buFl as worthy rpresntatives of the Isthmus of Panama.
Let's react spontaneously to this plea for voluntary contri-
butions toward the $3000 goal cet by the management of the
T-en-agers as the minimum needed to send these boys to Her-
shey.
Put your contribution in an envelope and mall It to Box 856,
Balboa, Canal Zone, or hand it to any member of the VFW, the
managing personnel of the Teen-age baseball club, to Adalbert
FstUlich in Panama, or to Lou Glud, a civic-minded man known
to everyone.
Teen-age Booster


[At Home and Abroad


"' ACROSS
1 "The-
Folks at
Home"
S4 Italy's capital
8 Parisian mius
1 3 Sacred image
;14 Individuals
S15Cleooatra's
snake
128 Logical
S18 Conductors
J .20 Puff up
.21 Operated
22 Ages
24 Ram
S26 In addition
.27 Pat
Sq30 Each
: 32 Remove
4 384 Throat growth
S13 Revised
a ~6 England (ab.)
7 Drop of eye
fluid
S39 Peruses
[ 40 Pastries
41 Noise
S42 Not from home
a 45 Mimic
.49Deserters
V I 1 Sailor
; I' Above
Hunt
4 4Rooffinial
5 55 English letters
S I Inquires
AT Oriental coin.
S DOWN
..I !Spoken
S* unsuccessful
3 Leaving home


Answer to Previous Puztl*


4 Ascended Eu f f
5 Scent
6 Bite
7 High priest
(Bib.)
8 Labors
9 He was at
home in Peru '
10 Flesh
11 Poetical island
17 Pestered 28 Solar disk
I Appointments 29 Sleeping
23 More impolite places
24 Diminish 31 Quoting
25 Atop 33 Legal
26 Volcanic 38 Stage
mountain whispers
27 Explodes 40 Equals


41 Round plates
42 In a line
43 Tax
44 Arrow poison
46 Humble
-47 Narrow fillet
48 "Emerald Isle"
50 Biblical name


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ps ime minister ofGreat Britain
f his party wins a few days from
now.ommns o
Clement Attlee has denied un.
fraendliess to the U.S.-but the
gentle, balding and be-mustached
er-Prime had Mmster has said that
the Communist.invasion of Indo-
ch0 woa ast year was "part of the- -
proes of bringing to an end an machme and sort of wan- f es nd from tihe service an a good, tough
obsolete colonialism He made
that statement in the House ofng, Att u got no pat answers to what _f Amrican youth nonsense out of them they'd
eeommons on June 23, 1954.thers yu an all you've read But t
On Aug. 18 Atys ee told a vicihe herd doest help. The sub cally a cred to u. They under
ouslyanti-U see ay overt Russia crowd of Commu-t so ofen s these days stand law and order. e few dis I saw in the rvice seldom re
was tol the expansion of tradeet sffled by the patrol kind or otherwise. They we what
between Britain and Sovietized
China-altough the Peiping gov pled guilty, right wy, this y reap. Oce i a log crs. I am iclied to believe
ernment had seized some $9 us use e subject isn't neatly knit, i get into tough tr0,000,ouble, and so of o-pers. .
rwo worth of British property 'in
hat city Teh included banks, utilans homeOnce there'd awhile you sit down nd yaellos P ortsmouth or o rich: Maybe if you th e m into
Andes, factories and commercial at the mache and sort of wan- fat mlind thes and from stinking slums the services an a good,ills calltough
uses going back 100 yearned tr around on the keys because They a fe th re broad ro-sctih a exbsun or thu whop kick llsocked a litlously.e
constant 2 in Hong ong, Att Chi u got no pat answers to what TAmheyrican .youth. onsnow at nse out of themrence to they'd
lee to"impreed withress conference thatde bothers you an all you've read ut tey headlinve. daily ar i the ane the arong toa yuir.
during 18 days in 'Red hina he fand heard doesd't help. The subl cally a credit to us. They under, Rut I doubt it. The real bed ones
did not see any overt RussianJctve.is it so often Is these days stand w and order. few di I saw in the elsrvice seldom but tart
control" an-l t h a t Communist sklds, and what makes em arnters from basic 4dant behavior s,,nded to any sort of treatment,
China tolerates the Russians only o. oet snaffied by they shore patrol kind or otherwise. They were what
because it needs them. Defying around. You sldeck court r worsen t is the Aussies used to call ntistics -hop-
the ombent is basnteigen th services expressio gn uilty, the bullfight was threattheningey rthe police n a ong crs. I am inclined to beln't vegoinwe
ipl the free world, Ate said that wont be a neatly knit essay. Bed in ile a backed kid, a real bad kid, have t pawny less a partial generation
,he Peiping regime has sent "usruse the subject isn't neatly knit, wilarget into tough trouble, and so oy nt thoersort of legal dis
an te dmicttd thatns home. "found ande there'd actually besoldo subject hic makes Portsmouth oroccasion Maybe wethat the armed servand-
hina being run by Communists.e'il just ramble. .off the spirits whoy execution But hardly ever punishment applhing all wrqng. A basi
And contrary to the combined Item. The other week I was at And these boys are in theSan war year old thug who kieylle. callously
iA telligence das lterf the free labor ments a that's befight in Barcelona, at bines,ho ith an excuse fobeca.miuse But y of murdrcannot see into the
ments of the world and tex-Prime icall and tanned .S.th Fleand shwas vin h wanorts to bere is suchter andkulls of th wild kids. There allously.
Mionstant e x p os u r e s borrowf Chin n towiten fuice. There well-b rehav,000,ed and do They not now at ndast s n difference tof the
fromave labor, Attlee said he ws aybe 10,o bluejackets and Msur- cray, str ixedup yootrawl." p ionshe c sheirYou cannot call a theur-
impresedwth clikrtin very de Ru- rounding.at the buht on shore he are't kidadlines anily more. domplete-a delegationn of senst."ible -
nite refor edthat marks a new Nowave. Down where the rougher cities. I see little else to do but M start
departuree in China's government. district' Lord only knows how hitting the "yoots" with the book.
It has ne a remarkable piece of many lfrom. ds were wondering around You slide back then to the The horrifying some early tistics ation teen
Work. .1 sw evidence that the The nportnity for massive self- ga of Nw York who are now nfoger resentme makes me believe the
government is based on the prn-expression at the bullfights was threatening the police force, the erasy mixed up kids aren't going
ciple of goodwill of the peasant tremendous. Nothing happened in uirty-nccked girls who have gang to get any kIcs crazy or mixed up
population." the U.S. govern crowd of about 30000 with beer wars over a jmakesdition of bothriuntll the sande sort of lewithout dis-
Headmitave liked that he found Jerseyd. Thbrndy freely sold, and a for- iriends, complete moral morose cipline that the armed services en
L(hina being run by Communists.' eign city to work off the spirits who shoot innocent kids off bl- force is applied. And that's basi.
Very profound. in. The kids looked like advertise, eyles-the likes of "Tarzan" San-i cally eye for eye.
A few days later, on Sept. 13, ments for all that's best in Amer- t.na who carries a gun because But Y still cannot see into the
iu Sydney, Adstralia, the ex-Primelice'-tall and tanned and sharp in he' wants to be a fighter and skulls of the wild kids. There is
Minister said he was borrowing tneir wrlite suits, well-behaved and "doesn't want to hurt his hands no Justification of their insane ac-
from L S. history to justify the! actually sensitive to a foreign sur- in a street brawl." tons, their lust for blood, their
Red Chinese He likened the Rus. rounding. There aren't kids any more. complete, negation of sensible ac-
sian. sponsored and Russian- Now I know where these kids 'they are creatures. They are ani- tion. At least the Mau Man eof
armed invasion of China to the come from. ',hey come from Har- mals for whose existence I can Kenya nad some early Justification
War Between the States. Icm ani New Mexico and Puerto see n, reasonable explanation. tfr resentment. Our American
He asked his press conference:;ICO and the Philippines and South since na environment can PossiblyF Mau Maus are just plain mean,
"How would the U.S. govern. (arolin- and Bro n and New be bad enough to make dirl- vicious and murderous, without
ment have liked it if Jefferson Jersey. They are black and white murderers. case.


Davis bad taken refuge off their
coast and been maintained by a
foreign power?"
His reference here was to For-
rnosa and Generalissimo Chiang S
Kal-shek.
omali wonder then that the left.
wing, the Bevanite bloc, has said
tfat Attlee must remain British
Lab6r's "quidisputed and unchal-
lenged leader
A ', remained for lanky Dr WASHINGTON (NEA) Pub
Eua iummerskill, one of the del "ic Hedth Service clearance of the
egation of lahor members of Parli- Salk paio vaccine will leave ev.
ament who accompanied Clement eryting just about as it was a
Altlee "t the Orient, to top it all. cuple of weeks ao but only af-
Last Febrary, she shouted that: ter a 'erribie hulabaloo.
"'The workers of this country The question many medical au
(Great Britain) will not support thoritle. are now asking privately
the claims o* a discredited dicta- 's wh-'her all this excitement
tor against the workers of the c(uld not have been avoided by
recognized government of the co xerc ising the precautions normal
pie's Repubtic of China." IV used before any new drug or
Thus speak the policy makers treatment is approved.
not only of the British Labor ar- So far only one organization -
ty, but of world socialism. If Brit- Council of the Calitornia Stata
ish Labor wins, they too win. The Medical Assn has dared criti-
U S. loses. Obviously cize the lacic of scientific discus
_-_ ep sion before the polio vaccine was
;cleasen
The careful, step-by-step scien
tific papers were not released to
L' the great boay of American virus
^ experts for checking. There was
considerable secrecy in its develop.
n "" nent. 1' culminated in the bally.
heoed announcement April 12 when
everybody climbed on the bandwa
Lon of approval, including the us
ally sluw moving American Med
Scale Assn. itself.
-^ --l AMA in its 1954 convention had
17g criticized voluntaryy health organ
iz* tions f' or not consulting state


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fore planning national tests of new
drugs and methods.
It is row teing pointed out thai
fewer than 18 months have elapse
since air. Jonas Salk announce
that poho vaccine could be test
through mass. inoculation of chil-
dren.
This announcement was made
alter only four years of research
on a Nation.1 Foundation for In
fantile Paralysis grant to Univer
ity of Pittsburgh Virus Labora-
The first children were inoculat
6a in Pittsburgh. February, 1954


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By Peter Edson
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A ntth later Doctor Salk an- cldetists more knowledge of the
n&dund that the vaccine might disease than they hav :
g:ve lifetime immunity to children. The lirst diphther antitoxin
Dr. Albert s. Sabin of Cincinnati was discovered nl 1886 seven
said it had not been chemically years after the bacillus was iden-
tested long enough to make sure tifled. One auman patient in Ber-
tnat it was safe. h was treated with this antitoxin
Nevertheless, that summer tests the next year. She recovered.
were made on 1,800,000 children in Dr. William H. Parks of the
44 states. Only a month has New York City Health Dept. de.
elapsed since University of Michi veloped methods for large-scale
gan Evaulatfon Center announced production of the diphtheria ant-
these tests were 80 to 90 per cent toxin in 1893
effective and mass inoculation Dr. Abraham Jacobi used this
was bequn. serum to treat the disease in the
By contrast, medical authorities New York slums, where it was
point out that penicillin was kept rampant and often aceomanied
under careful control all during by scarlet fever. Jacobi foghthe
the war before it was made gen- frequent epidemics against the
erally available. And 60 years threat o0 physical violence to hin-
were required to perfect diphthe self. The treatment didn't always
na antitoxins safe enough for the work. This was ten years after
first national immunization drive discovery.
in Great Britain 1940-42. It w&b another five years be
It is admitted that laboratory fore methods for making a non-
techniques today are far more ef toxic injection were discovered. It
licient than in the previous had. was 1914 before horses were sue
century. l cofuily immunized against diph-
Also, through organizations like theria in Vienna.
the March of Dimes, more funds And another five years went by
are available for public education before it was first suganted that
campaigns and concentrated re diphtheria antitoxin be sed to
reareh attacks against specific di uammnize children.
t-eases. Many Improvements we made
In spite of these factors, the in the serum over the et
Shronolngy of the war against diph- yws, and methods we rfe
heria i cited for contrast to tecd for* Its prificatalm
buried-up development of the po. today diphtheria n is
ho vaccine ed f pi e ce _qnt av .
The diphtheria bacillus was first By contrast alk w
identified by the German scientist eie is rated ..
'-a" in 1883. A effeetve. Dotrd
B contrast, scientists today sase M that it earm eid
dont know what causes infantile proved. To apect perect d
paralys, ur poliomyeitis. l y so mon Is t .
'on't knww how it is transmitted.
They have identified three main o 'r .ee
it .M Mi prevalent in summer.
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pIt Volf ba'tics above
the bes- lW fptf the country,"
Ike ream e y at a it
week's secret n House meet-
ing with GOP, eiogressional lead-
CES. ,
"I hope ou. redouble your
elforts tq et kT jegiasation out
I comns o` can at least
Lave a oit[ t," e urged GOP
chiefs I r the informed him
that the o O2,0000,000, 10- year
highway pro~a Was being ef-
fcctivey .stalled. both Houses,
partlcul thea tA.
"Our eante econuoay geared
to the highway program; he add-
ed. "It is tied n with steel pro-
duction, transportation, and ether
industries an, of course, employ-
ment in these dustries-ot to
mention the. employment that
would Le provided by the actual
building of me. highways."
Ike was plainly Irritated by the
charges of Tennessee'e Sen. Al-
Lcrt Gore chief Democratic foe
of the r.ad program, that it would
wreck the federal budget and
Mill leive our highways deficient
after the money was spent. With-
out nmentioning Gore by name the
President remarked caustcally:
"The best brains we could get
tell us the program is needed and
that it will work."
The automobile manufacturers
of J)etroit were "greatly con-
cerned" about the hold-up of the
nsuperhohway legislation, Eisen-
h',wer also reported. He added
t'at auto production would be hurt
fn the future unless our highway
system was brought "up to date"
with the increasing problems of
transportation.


WOODROW WILSON'S CANE
But for an unforeseen hitch at
an auction by the Women's Na-
tonal Democratic Club, former
president Harry Truman would
now be th proud possessor of a
t.old-headd cane used by another
Democrats occupgnt of the White
House, Woodrow W on,
However, Truman, who swings
a mean walidng tick himself, is
happy y that the prized cane wound
up'In the possession of his lose
friend, Mrs. Leslie Biffle th h
be -pil y wVtnh't h6ow e "isd e
.tory until he reads it here.
Without telling Truman, a group
of his former aides got together
and quietly raised $N00 to pur-
chase the Wison cane when they
learned that Mrs. Wilson had don-
eted it for auction to the Demo-
cratic women. About '15 in aDl
were in on the deal, including for-
mer Interior Secretary Oscar Chap-
mnan, John R. Steelman and Dean
Acheson.
They planned to present the
gold-headed cane to Truman at
tne ground-bi making ceremony for
has memorial library in Missouri
this month. However, when the
auction began, the spokesman for
the Trumanites, former W hit e
House aide Martin Friedman, sud-
denly fund himself in active com-
petition with a "sleeper" bidder,
Cortland Silver, of St. Paul Minn.
Silver, a house guest of the Bit-
fles wanted to present the Wilson
walking stick,as a parting gift to
Mrs. Biffle, who is still recover-
ing from an accident and needs
a cane to get around. Every time
Friedman made an offer, Silver
blithely upped the ante, unaware
that he was bidding against the
Truman "syndicate."
Silver finally won out with a
Lid of $625 However, Truman's
friends have since given him a
check for $1,200 for his library,
which they tldnk he'll appreciate
even more than the walking stick
of the late Woodrow Wilso.
THE EISENHOWER JACKET
President Eisenhower did
a doublee take," then grinned
from ear to ear as Floyd Perm-
berton of- Detroit, the American
Trucking Association's "driver of
the year," walked into his office


SIDE GLANCES


in jeeps id the jit taillot
house became wtrinked and
etwn a :t waig O)wd3
one of the to wr o
guess tat's my me wa
attached to It."
Pemberton, his wife and thre'
children were given several soa.
venirs during the. visit Jncuing
mnechav'ical ~penilb with the. ko
g inscription: I hot par
Eisenhower."
"Thank you wary much Mr.
President," said the attractve
rs. Pembe'rto. 'However, before
we go, there is ones qeoh I
would like to ask you.- Sow Is
your wife's health?'
"It h e to me that I have
heard that somewhere before,",
smiled Ike. "I'm glad to tell you
tnat Mrs. f.isenhower is feeling
much better, thank vou. nSh. was


PATRONAGE PROTOCOL
Though President Elsenhower
I.,s been considering Senator
George of Georgia as secretao y
of state, tnat Osnt seem to
cut a bit of ice when it comes to
Ute political muestiop. f patronage
in the senate's home state.
Senator Gjorge is able to cofter
at the White Rouse whenever he
wishes, has been invited to be
Ike's personal guest at Augusta,
and p listened'4t by the admin-
iFtrafen when it comes to the Big
Four conference. But he's ored
fom petely in regard to. apining
federaI officeholders in the tate
uf Georgia. Hes the Old patronage
gravy train Ip rolling. On that
practical political level, jobs are
a lot more important than foreign
Oftcy. ,


Recently, for Instance, the El-
senhower administration has been
trying to find a job for William
lienry Harrison, former GOP con-
gressman from Wyoming, who ran
agaimpt Sen. Joe O'Maeoney for
the-Benate last year but lost. Nom.
finally Jlarrisos is from Wyoming,
though actually he hailed from In-
dian both of which are a long
way from Georgia. Harrison is
also no friend at all of the senator
from Georg.a.
However Eisenhower has just
appointed him federal housing ad-
ministrator for the Atlanta dis-
trict-despite the supposed Presi-
uential friendship for Senator
George.


ANNIVERSARY-New Aus-
tMa-s'stbinp commemorates the
10th annlveridu of restoration
of independence to the Republic
of Austria on April 27, 1045.
Ufder the qpunmry's coat of
arms is a flagomposed of the
words: "Freiheit fur Osterrelch*
(freedom for Austria). Stamp
was issued Just prior to Big
Four meetings to draft an Aus-
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n ed at a tilling station dur-
ing t winter when hi car broke
down, ,he wet inside to get warm
beside the potbellied stove.
"W'WHCd you say your name was,
mister?" asked .the gas-ptation
owner.
"Kr Scott,". was the answer.
"WeD I'U be danced if I didn't
vote fOr you juS for the heck of
it I" declared the station proprie-
tor.
'The senator says a lot of people
voted for him not 'because they
knmw him bIt jast for the heck
of it.
S1 8cott studie'- agriulure in col-
lege served briefly in the Army
in World War I, the started a
career as an agricultural official
in state and federal government.
EIected governor in 1948, he built
a massive record for getting things
done. He pushed port development,


are probt WI' eftcts on b'
-aOp of cheial substances
40wa to bhe prent in tobacco
St r t at *glcultural re
ont .i e.ust kem abreast of
medical -researchers in the fight
to solve the lung-cancer mystery.
For example, he wants the Ded
parent, of Agriculture to ush
avelien into the chelnaal
compostion of tobacco and to find
means of controlling that comnpo
sition with variations in e g
and cultivation.
Then, he claims, medical work-
era wfil know more about what's
in tobacco, and tobacco growers
will be prepared to raise leaf that
lacks any harmful substances.
Scott. wrestles with another to.
bacco problem. That's the factU
that other countries, onre good
customs, are learning to grow
the fragrant weed themselves. So,
at the same time that U.S. cigar-
ette consumption is falling, toe -e
0o exports are dropping. Mean-
while U.S. tobacco production has
iken. At present the government
has a two-year -surplus on hand,
acquired under the price-support
program. To increase foreign sales,
Scott wants Congress to amend the
law under which the U.S. sells
surplus commodities abroad for
local currencies. If, for example.,
we canceled the requirement that
half of such commodities be
shipped overseas in American
ships, the British might buy more
U.S. tobacco.
FREE TRADE-BUT


UTTER LUCIC.NEXT TIME,
-rteAkled Rbbert Meali, 12,,
was diaqualfed when he tried
to enter his bullfrog lAinth
butter churning contest at the.
third annual Butter Day. Ceiu-j
bratUoi. In Mansfield, Mo, tR '
ert wanted to drop the. frog
into the bucket of creamnMl,.
let the croaker churn it t
ikin' around. Might have
worked, too, but the judgem
thought the bov should do the
churning himself.
should it bi world-wide? I don't
know. But I think it has .to be
world-wide." : e
Nevertheless, Scott thinks the
change in the South's thinking
may help make the going rough
for the administration's foreign -
trade program .in Congress this
year.
HORSE-'N')BUGGY SPITTOON


nuaaUU 4 4,M new napita neas, T e
andut 14.00 .mnea of roads n the other hnd wThe entor keeps 'a supply of
pand. 1400qm a of roads On the other hand, when It North Carolina plug in his desk for
didn't want any Democratic comes to U.S. triff laws, Scott visitors and regrets the disappear-
Sdidn't want ,ny Democbra.icIsn't so sure he can support the dance of the old brass spittons
roads, or any Republican roads, dea of freer world trade North from the halls of Congress. He re-
or any anret Net "Ionl wanted Carolina is now a major textile calls a hearing on tobacco taxes
in retrospect. only wanted to producer, with more spindles than a few years ago, when he was
put the roads where they'd serve Massachuset ts. And many testifying before "Muley" Bob
He folkcredits his success to this of Scott's constituents worry about Doughton's House Ways and Means
nonHe' credhs his success toth low-priced foreen textiles coming Committee.
nonpartisan approach. in to compete with North Carolina "Heck," Scott said to Doughton,
CIGARETTE CANCER wool, cotton, and synthetics. also of North Carolina, "here we
CIGARETTE CANCER "You got to trade." says Scott. are, all us folks up here, talking
Kerr Scott (he pronounces t But you can't trade at a disad- about tobacco and not a spittoon
....... K ,_co.... t pro nn ce_ vantage. You have to live. in. the place
car") finds much o his time "I still believe in a low tariff. Just then,". Scott recalls, "bells
takeprobl these days by tobacco ou know the foreign-trade line rang and peOple shouted and a
probthe n t roduer of cinartia in the South. It's low tariff. But few minutes, later porters came
leaf. b Sht now he' cnce u otta have prot6tion for your running in from everywhere and,
about the lI -cancer scare a D d try .. .boy, you never. a. more gob-
t-b effect it ulhave taon hihs tate'S sll ,te protection be boons in your life. We had a real
ffect ha on his just for American .industry, or spittin' time, too."


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mwere homeless k1 CoOrado Dkl-
AMnia 'and Texas and .at Ileast
hee deaths were .1orted, A
urtb person was missing. I
Weather forecasters, however,
aid the rains were'movlng, east-
wIrd into Arkansas an# M*wuri.
They stopped- in Colorado adid
the' sur came. out, but the- *state
Was still worried about runrf f a
from the mountains where heavy
anows -fell. .
Trinidad, Colo., the rampaging
Purgatoise River began s'eceming
rapidly after driving 1,000 persons
from their homes and aauing
damage s of between 2 and 4al-
lion dollars.
A church was 'split in halt by
lood waters at Trinidad and an
8-year-old motorist drowned
the Purgatoire whelu h drtve' as
ear off a bridge. At Manzandla.
Cola., a woman drowned d han ir,
igaton ditch. .
At LaJunta, Colo., another d ard
hit town, damage was eonfli:ed
mbstly to flooded, basements.-
Water was so high at Waurikx
twe houses floated through the
town this morning. H'
About 25 highways were closed
in Oklahoma. .
The heavy rains that produced
the floods were widely hailet*- as
breaking a five-year drought in
the area, but some officials
warned that all is not over yet.
Harold Hutton, president of the
Oklayoma Agricultural Board, said
the lbst four years of drou gh t
were so severe it will take four
more years of normalcy to repair
the damage.
. "You don't recover from some-
thing like this over night," Hutton
said.


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S N We ow printed.
Gae Ro w Boyd sald both sides reached
final agreement on "all "terms'
WASHINOTON, May 21 (UP) after going over Robeo1son's rc.
.-The Louisville and Nashville ,ommendations for more than
i.aroad and 25,000 non-operat- two hours.
ng employes today reached a
I ial settlement in their long He said the new c6ntratt ,ro.
age dispute. The dispute led to vides for health and welfare
e second longest railroad plans, one of the union's prima.
1::e in the nation's story. ry objectives and for holiday
"lie National Mediation Board end vacation improvenienta al-
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on, recommendations of a govay- non-operating unions and all
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ad aEreed in advr-nec to accept health .and welfare pli :i wUxtt
JIq decision, the contract is signed.. > 1
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while two e Ionedhs wt ackson e an. tat by," Mrs. r o- howev
ade me go to the aoo ,
*1yS6^ theytta- dren, ^ w don myaw o serk
dlyo i beB lm t vw. mWheh she eft, they tied me robbes I a 152
Sa th for work. oy quoted the bandits a The r robber came toaeko CWBs I hio Wic

t. o I, e tho vult'. hou ahead of .chedu"tedst- em,. unmae and nealy dres- l" e w no otea to
he o they cou plunder it. iag tie robbery may a de been ed ,pon a melptes, appeared. doort g withd Cero aH
Th e -trobber te oi ore planned on Eastern tune which be. irt oae. as a reporter a e aownG* a n da C"
bid raced off into the h-illsmar- gl at the nearby- Georgia line. from hearry naston. He asked nooga, fTa.
g this little teachers' l. Alabama is on Central time, to ee Woo '
e town in the otheast Alaba- Not a ho was twfired during the "We went nto another rtiooed mt a
h Pedm t two-hour operation and not one o and one pulled a pistol and mobilecense tap
They eurled between $85,0 00 the 11 victims of the criminals other sone a shotgun," Wood said.
,hcd *5000 oin the ntak official Pds was harmed. ."Then two more men came nto ed ln C' Co
ThVefcase -and la hBack suitcase Jesse N. Wood a"russistant e and they ad guns also. That's
be.s he ad .brought with them. president and casiler of the First when they tied .up my children,"t the townate
TIto a widespread hunt for the National Bank, played his role aged l and e and 3., G., and a.
killed bandit Oeam plunged the A- with tenor tugin eorg i at him. Mrs- Wood said.later the second hoop, Tenn.
Rham *and Georgif Highway Pa- The robbers-had told him that two thugs wore masks and rough
Scountyand oc police add at. the first sound of a polcq sren work -clothes. This pair sta yed
town in the northeFBbeore the robbery was completed with the "W e family while the first
The fg itdvem abandoned oe hi wifeo- and two little daughters two took Wood to the bank.
tUgh-powered ear two miles north at home would be slaughtered. "When I left with them this
if Jacksonville tut-were believed At one point during the family's Imornipg I didn't expect to get
Sb have stolen fother.n fearful ordeal the robbery plothback," hWood said. Wood said.
ndMore the 75 officers joined the truck a parallel with the current "They didn't have an automo-
Shnt for tte four, who had' made Brieadway stage thriller, the bile with them. They made men,
lure the trussed-up bank staff "Desperate Hours" the story of a drive my automobile to the bank. .
Should get no help by hanging on home taken over by escaped con- Both sat in the front and watched
-he-F B -be-ore the robberywas me very carefully." whie e
The ii on' h e and twolie daughters two tWood said the men talked all
lgh-powered ear I miles north t;bome.would be slaughtored. rWhenv I left -with them sta i og





ifa v Iile Tru-we Life rAeW a'rs the way but the FBI told him not tdrntefml'Iintexpectr
Shave on w.thir descr options. Mrs. Wood said
nt fr four, who had-m d wtr r, later wthe unmasked. mren wer r e m


re the trued-upbnk st a "a"Desperate Hoursthetory of adrverae looking, in their late 30
irould get no help hanging on home taken over by escaped con- Both sat in they were very firm and atheyne



"NUKU NUKU.. W UNP NrCFW RUB o frequently, told me they would kill VIA EPAA
SS OMTflM EMB5 TO 60 Tt anyone who got in the way of theirve
ANAsrICi descriptions.xu Ms plans," Wood said.


A A FEW OP MER M .t "When we first ot to the bank,
A q AZZII NS PEO 6N"O_ the two with me wayed up the jani
AZ ,N I .R.. the two with me tied up the JRani-
tor add then the employes one by TOR OW
one as they-came in. As each one
entered the men threatened to kill A
them-if they made an outcry. U
They were well organized.
"After'they took the money they
made' me go back to my home
with them and tied me up. My
wife was hysterical and crying. I
She still is but they were not
S- 3LDUTTIRFLY '*;\ harmed.
1F01 614H "Then the four of them left. I
vatDm ., w finally got untied and then untied
-my family. Then we called police.
"Before they left they made one
parting threat. They said 'we'll
return to this house and kill you
if you give the alarm.' "
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aMrh. Woqd recelled the emen '"
lBANPlPPI .F H -at the howie were "worfed about-
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hurt us unless y:d to. They
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yoH (lsb of July) Ave No. 21
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Phone Panama 2-0552


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rwt SatL.-rum iw huirp rmauw,
bedLoom furiture. living a
furniture chlidro'o fumileq.
Nicenor Obarrle Av. No. 31,
Apt. No. 3, Anaenesi Apts. -


FOR SALE:- embeo wicker 5.-
piece living rabm set $60, re-.
frigeretor $15. Balbee 2-63Sl141


FOR. SALS:-'Exqdlants eelldo
ma pIe bdroaoq elle, immr-f*
spring maitres. apdlg, Ool sWj
raine, sfof-hed. Phome Albreak
6290. ..
FOR SALE:-GenOmrs olect 7-.
foot refrigerator $175; $ wbk.;
porcelain kitchen tableau $ a s.
Phone 3-2171. '
FOR iALE:-One chid's word,
re droesser; Stoaklteo, $11.
Panama 3-2025. *
FOR SALE:- Deouble hod -
plate,. 2 night tables, drsese
with beautiful mirror, A-1 qnel,-
ity and condition. lBtelr Trans-"
ports. Aik for Jemes, phone 2.
23116. Price $2251 .
FOR SALE:-Wroght Iron dip-
ing room table, 6 chair; bed,
dresser, chair, mahogany seere-
tary end chair, kitchen table.
formica top. 3 chairs; two pairs
drapes, pictures, matter rugs.
Qtn. 2721-A. wll i, Phoe
Navy 30ll.
FOR SALE:- Maytag 25-seyle
waiher., excelled eiidtlon, aed
20 months. $SU. May b seen
at Quarters A. F PaIr Radle.
Phone 3700.
FOR SALE:-8-cu. ft., 25-a.ylp
refrigerator, excellent condition.
Phone Navy 3071.
FOR SALE:-9-ft. electric re-
frigvrator with 80-lb freezer
unit, excellent condition; patty
chair;stroller-type carriage; A-
merian Beauty electric, Irei.
Phone 47-6206; 355-A, Fort
Clayton.


FOR SALE:-25-cyclr refrigere-
tor, good condition. 5IS. Cq.-
rundu, Phone 83-7161 -.


-, FOr t4. .4-,.A
peed O do-phono ph eol
venetian blinds; desk-bobeahel
porch pertiion; electric trains;
tsnk-.tppy. air sprea.. outfit
.comiptle; mel. poeshlayput-
fit; 2 bicycle; .cabne. Tele-
phone Balboaee 2731.

FOR SALIe-2 mahoegan living
room chain, with cenble; 1
mahogany ettermanr Kodak Re-
tine camera f2 lens; Kodak IIA
sliol pr e"e. Phone Belbae
3627. 6409 D* B St., Los
Rim.


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FORRAENTl


FOR RIHWTs -AvrSlble Ao
15. 48m i nwd Urgay. r*ih
Sbodre* mim's rma, m s-
rage. lnformoref a cal 3-2244.
FONR RENT.- Te bdemnq,
two'bothroemst, gar ad pa-
tio. Choet hboa No. 43 Via
Parnead, do Cordove corner
with 3rd Stroet, Viet Herumse.
For imf m om col Me. Taaisb,
phon. i 497 'o 3-4209.


FOR gENT-r Two-sry bouse,
corner Avenid Federice Boy
and 50. Street: 8 badimoms. 3.
bathrooms, all.meor convedi-
onces. Felly fpsmbhud end e-
quipped. 'For sl- madths from
early Junoe. Apply 2.-27"6 office
hours. 1-4973 atear 6 p.m.


FOR RENT:-.4 a11 chelae, one
bedroom, living dinig room,
kitchen. Moderate sent. aCoal
Jone do Son Marti Ave. No,
6, downstairs.
NATIVE SMORGASBORG (CRE-
OLE BUFFET TONITE AT "EL
RANCHO GARDEN" .95 PER
PLATE.

FOR RENT:- Furnished chalet
with 3 bedrpms. Call 3.4736
from 12 noek to 6 p.m.
FOR RENT: Comfortable
home, large living room, dining
room, two bedrooms, both, and
laundry. Spacious grounds, fa-
cilities fresh tpe and vegets-
bles. 15 minutes canter Panama.
Reaewble reantl. Appoint SBl-
beeoo 745.


FOR SAlsl!'M'sM 0W
fe saspo"'t =, TheM '
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horspower ob fluoter,.'


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very M1 -tle 4 0 54.A. Al


i so ellnt ead"i t. Gerp
Elias, Phone 21I19f,


WANTED:-ReesaMnly rd,
Slarge used suitcases.
Bhe 21711.
boo 3745.


S:FOR SALE


FOR MI --1950 Csimsn-
acoota, recently campil4ajy
overhanled. plus sew palnt ead
entries. ideludlig 2lspood trend
mission. Price $5s. May e
seen at Qb Oste A, Redio Ferp
fan, Phone 3700j


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FOR RENTi -
apertnt C AA M-



ter., Via Pwir Ii. 120. Phme
3-5024. -.
FOR. RINTM.- MHderas pett-
mont. 2 bMdluesm, sMid' i m,.
2 bathe, hl'tI0i niig room.
perch, gaoM htst Wa'r $110,
*t "El CongeMj."-S trest No.
2, house "CGrad ." See Dbe
Caiso, Avenue- 9443. Phone
2-1616 Paname,
FOR RENTs-Ni- fumished a-
partment, indeplndoet entrance.
two bedrooms, prote ed against
mosquitoes, hot end cold water
and refrigerator. Phone 5-4976.
House 23, 4rd Streht, Bllo

FOR'RENT.- Two-bedroom a-
partment lan C4agrojo, screen-
ad, large klthen, mod's room,
large sitting.dining rnem. play-
ground garage. Cell 3-3742.
FOR RENT.. -Forglehd apart-
mont. 2 bedrooms 2 bathrooms,.
porch. 48th Street No. 27. Call
Telephone 3-Y097.
FOR RENT:-Pmrniebed J1-bed-
room modern apartment garage.
168 Via Bellrie Peortsi.
FOR RENT--Unfurnhhed two
bedroom apartment. 2 baths,
garage, mild's questers. Phone
-0815, 44th St. No. 32.
FOR RENT:-2-b1droom corner
apartment, partly furnished. liv-
ing-dining room, screened. $70.
Beolierio Porras No. 56. Phone
2-2316 eo 3-0234.
'NATIVE SMORGASBORG (CRE-
OLE BUFFET) TONITE AT "EL
RANCHO GARDEN" .95 PER
PLATE.
.-FOR RENT:- Nice apartment
for married couple or bachelor.
Apply Perajil. house 7, Coronael
Jimnnex Amv. Phone 3-4812.
FOR RENT: One-room fur-
nished apeatment. Bleoutaifl res-
Idential action. All modern
conveniences. 41rd Street No.
II, Belle Vista.


WANTED.---25-cycle air pump
for fhb toeak. Phone si pe
I31SC, .


LOURDES PHARMACY
s3a u CMavenlla
-CASA ZALDO
Cetral Ave. 45


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,t S M Lir mea


. FOR SALE


Tudor Co 'den, errivd,
hillheldeMu, di, elHeenent
c' ondltia, $4|0 o.h. Balb. 2-
1744.


fOR SALEl 1955 Morcory
Montuihr, WI end groPie,
w/s/w. pwer brakes. 4000
miles, eeo eondillon. See at
. 2509-A Cosell or call Navy
3049. :-


. FOR SAIJg---ld Thunderbird,
Srdlao. h ,f/. s/e/w. Call SIt.
Conmer, .si4f Albreok.
FOR SAL 1"- 1949 Ford VS
ador, oxillent finish and on-.
gine. AS _9-.g. ft. Westingr..
honue rofleritor, 25-cycle.
.Leaving for'States. Phone l-
bee 019.
'FOR SALE.---1947 Aier-Fleet-
line ted. Zheyrolet, oetlide
painted o r tirs, good me-
shonical 4d"fon, ($150 In e-.,
painrs since January 19551,-
$50 cash. Call Redmon 3507.
NATIVE SMORGASBORG (CRE.
OLE BUFFET) TONITE AT "EL
RANCHO GARDEN" .95 PER
PLATE.
FOR SALE:- '49 Ford Tudog,
daty paid, $440. Call Panama
3-6209.
FOR jALEs-'52 Ford-8 Coun-
try sedon, excellent condition,
18,00Q.-mleso, $1500. Albrook
Phone 1291..
FOR SALE:- Late 1948 Super
** smedan. poe owner, oar ox-
celent condition, radle, wind-
.soM washers and other extras.
Mdy b een a' Quarters A,
F e le Rdlo. Phone 3700.
*Price 9O00.
FOR SALiE 1949 Chevrolet
4-deer $500. P. No.. 2-6371-
5773-A Diableo Heihts.


% WANTED r
I Automobiles '


* WANTED--- 1948-49-50 Ply-
Itrde-isa on iter mode r are.
Will give top prices yer car as
down payment. balance to suit
your ineiyq Phone Colon 74
weekdays, 1-5 p.m., ask for Mr.
Misky.


lombia yere s ect recently to
prior censordsp, the tint o Wtm.
for publishing reports on economic
matters and the two others for
items concerning public disturban-
ces.
El 'Tiempo, Colombia's leading
newspaper, commented edibriasl
today that "the constant threat of
ceAsorship hangs ovet the news-
papers l1e a sward&.of Damcles."
Meanwhile, classes at the Na-
tional University were virtues lly y
suspended and students were er-
ported'organizing a general strike.
"Te uomversity's board of direc-
Itn nri rdere seven students sus-


BOGdTA, Colombia, May 21 peie or the remainder of the
(UP)- The National Press C6m- year qad requested Rector Jorge
mission met today to study the Vergara to withdraw his resigna-
situation created by recent official tion.
measures curbing freedom of the .r n a _
press. Vergara reelgned a few days
ago after student leaders criticiz-
Newspapers. and radio itqtions ed the "moral and administrative"
have been 4:rected to refr ain managinent of the university.
from uding ny reports about Vergi agreed to withdraw the
p blie M ces, the current ru tiotn saqidering that s u s-
dispute the rector of the pnion ofJthe tudeet leaders was
n tional university and a, group adequate punishment.
ot students, and economic prob- .
lems. Among those suspe n d e d was
Crispln YVWazon de Arnas. presb.
The newspapers El Espectador, I dent 'Ot Colombian Stude n t
La Republica, and Diario De Co- IFederation. '



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The trip of your life kboerd El
Panemea( Pescadoral A thre-
Jey Jangle Jim Joant thm. the
Penln-i Conal to Cole. son
She end Porto aloegl 'Lea
- e a, Friday 6:30 a.m., errlvo
2 :30 p.m., levo Colon
m. for colorful Son Rles
Sic Porte Belle. return-
l leM Sunday afternoon.
Canal Monday 6:30 a.m.,
i fl M Strngersa Club re-
Sto alboa. Meals catered
I Peasme. Bring ilaeks.
bathing s~s, jeeket,
12pp end spear for pidoer-
Swer fishing, your cameras and
plor film. Canal trip only-
$1r.00. For further Informatlen
pha e Jungle Jim Price PIanea
3-1450.


,' FOR SALE U
4 Misfellaneous
FOR SALE:-'49 Packard Clip-
per, excellent condition $500;
1954 Westinghouse refrigerator
9-cu. ft., self-defrosting $200;
hooked rug 6x9 $20; desk and
matching chali, excellent con-
diklon $40; extra large eoven-
poat $75; irer $#. Phone Cu-
snd.u 2233. House 510-A.
smill live dalilUtor and fish
FOR SAtE;: -German Shepherd
puppies, four weeks. 53 Via
Perres (Sen Fruneiso Read).
FOR SALE:.'- 0-gallen glass-
lined, gas hot water heater,
practically new. Cell Panema
3-1276.
NATIVE SMORGASBORG (CRE-
OLE BUFFET) TONITE AT "EL
RANCHO GARDEN" .95 PER
PLATE.
FOR SALE- Rofleicerd camera
with 35mm. ladpter. Call Navy
3764.
!'W SALE- Wardrobe rnk.
good Condition, reasonable. Tel.
2-803 after 5:30. *
FOR SALE:-.fGeamon Shepherd
puppies, thoroughbred. Sirel
U.S. Sentry Dg. da imported
U.S. (AKC). Via Epopfl 37-
46, Apt. 7 MetrO GodMwyn).


FOR SALE: Spinet piane
Bldwin Acrosenic. 6 months
old, $725. Leaving for States.
Phone 2-2671.

Help Wanted
WANTED" Woman to iron
every Moqdey in family with
children. Apply at 12, Tenth St.,
Seon Franciee.


Benson Winds Up

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Agriculture Secretary, E z r a T.
Bensqn today completed the gov-
ernmiMt price support schedule
for this year's five basic crops by
ordering a slash of five percent-
age points- ice supports.'
Acting under President Eisen.
bower's new flexible farm l aw,
the center of an angry controversy
in Congress, Benson set federal'
price guarantees on this year's
rice crop at 85 per cent of the
"fair" parity price. The support
level was 90 per cent last year.
. Benson, who acted in a move to
cut down costly government-own.
ed surpluses, noted he already had
Imposed stiff production and mar-
ketlegu controls on the 1955 rice
crop. Be said last year's big crop
resulted in a record carry-over,
Benson previously had set price
supports for the other four "basic"
crops. He continued peanuts and
cotton at the 90 per cent level
which was mandatory under the
old farm law, but cut corn sup-
ports to 87 per cent and wh e at
supports to 82 per cent. |


Parity is a price designed to
give farmers a fair return for
their crops in relation to the ov.
erall economy. The new price sup-
port n rice will provide for a na-
tioal average federal floor of $4.-
66 100 pound. The supp o r t


* WANTED
Miscellaneous


OER RENT- Fumrealod peart-
ents, new furniture, screened
and government inspected. Call
Penema 2-3065.


ilolo v Tells UN.

He Will Attend

A nnersary Session
UNITED NATIONS, M. Y., May
.21 (UP)-Soviet Foreign Minister
Viacheslav M. Molotov informed
the United Nations today he will
attend next month's 10th anniver-
sary session of the General Assem-
bly at San Francisco.
Molotov's acceptance of the Invi-
tation to the meeting, received by
Se*metary.General Dag Hammar.
skjohl, increased possibilities tor
a meeting of the Big Four foreign
ministers in conjunction with the
San Francisco conference.
U. S. Secretary of State John
Foster DuiHes has agreed to at-
tend the San Francisco U.N. com-
memoration, and 26 other foreign
ministers have accepted invita-
tions.
Acceptance from British Foreign
Secretary Harold Macmillan was
not to be expected before th e
Map M election in Britain.
French Foreign Minister Antoine
Pinay already has accepted.
-In addition, although President
Elsenhower has announced other
plans tentatively, the U. N., held
h hopes he would be present at
the meeting.
Ever since the Big Four heads
of state agreed to hold a meeting
"at the summit" in order to ease
the cold -war tension, it has been
understood their foreign ministers
probably would hold a session .to
pave the way for the chief's con-
ference.
The San Francisco U.N. gather-
ing, staged to mark the 10th anni-
hr"ary of the signing of the world
ntiM'us charter there on
June Is, 19M5, appeared to be a
logical scen for the Big Four for-


price last year was $4.92. lpit sisters sget-togw er.
The new farm law. passed by usamarskjold said Thurs da y
last year's GOP-controlled C o a.- i esniversary gathering would
gres permits Benso to set price an atm ere which "will
wppts on the five basic crops ee"~ for those onstage
at from % to 90 per cent of part. F talks which are lie-
ty. The "flor" will drop to 7 1 A
per cet next year unless Congres 4
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PKILLW Onetaio Cottages.
Santo Clar. oxe 435, Belboa.
Phian Penome 3;"1177. Cristo-
bel 3-) 673.
FOSTnR'S COTTAGES, one mile
past Soete Cloe. Low retes.-
Phone Bllios 1866.
WILLIAMS' Santa Clara Beech
Cottageq -- ockgoo, refrigero-
tion, 2-brdroom. Phone Balboe
3050.

FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Small house in
Cerro Cempanoa 10,000 Ms.2,
running woter, 4 beds.. table,
chain, farm implements, stave.
refrierator, convenient glass
miraedr, boet view In the place.
Phoe 3-0088 Panama.r
FOR SALE-- Productive Albe-
modele County Form near Char-
lottseville. Vitginia 305 acres
of lush stream fed posture with
excellent ferm buildings a n d
tenant house. A modernized,
comfortable 7 room home with
panoramic view of the moun-
tains. Excellent form manager
capable of running farm. Price
$87,500. Taxes $101.85. Write
for. Illustrated Folder EDWIN
G. LEE, JR. REALTOR. Box 376,
Cherlottfeville. Va., U.S.A.


IT'S JUST MOM, PA AND THE IDS! Pfc. Ray tond Chester- (left) and Pfc. James Sullivan
show off some new'additions at the Jungle Warfare Training center. The two 33d Infantry ,
Regiment zoo keepers are lending a controlling hand to Mr. and Mrs. Boa Constrictor and a
few of their 38 youngsters. (U.S. Army photo by S8t. George Glassick)

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uae year, has titles as a toble
we, with nea h ae o ated4
@c4) 1 "Will success poal Rock
Hads but felt udson maigh
Sobject "way ll oat called "Will
Gl Virn Martinell er fr who quit
"Opera Cameos" in a huff, is pre-
Sar ing a new opera TV show on
falth fr next fall Hontralto
oth Reynolds, o f CB-Rado's er
"Music Room," doubles as a top st lve Fit Aenue, he
bowler, with a high game of 245.
S.In her spare time?w f eRicsar d "
ei o m W"Medic" is now making a babe him and put he m to hee ,"
movie, Away All Boats,"n the win. n says. "And we don't have
.Virgth Islands. Travelers from a.subatitute nurse. When our urse
down thataway report that lDck baf her day off, I stay home and
had.a lot of fun at a party. jump. take care of him myself."
ing, lo a swimming pool fully She looked out the window again.
clothes. Object in point: Highball 'Ae aspect seemed to fascinate U
-- glass. g n Jack Barry ias signed the her.
I. I whole On the Waterfront" Ncamw I ust love Fifthe Avnue," she
W I... V I.&j era crew for his new film serIes, said. "This city is so convenient. If
SL I"Coiiflict." I want to go to the market, I just
S Jim will knowbetter than to call home at noon after he's Rort t echoed the nam a son afthecorner andthere
arrived a few w k-wait l she runs him ra ed for Anne Jeffre stood at the win. is In California, I have to get in
SMO ., TV)bby pins and pot -hold ers" dow of her Firfth Avenue apart. the ar and drive two miead aI'll
iment, looking out at Central Park. takir ew York."
It was green and beautiful -
"I love to et back to New li Alexander, the Frank Smith
York." she sai dreamily."Ike on "Dragnet,,' operates a chain of
O to come hTere early in the spring seven gas stations maned by ex-
SO when everything is still black, an e Navy buddies. The proof of their
watqh spring cqme." devotion to their boss Is the fact
Her husband co-star in "Top. that six out. of the seven have
per," Robert teft echoed the named'a soa after him-Nicholas,


---- o '' .* 7 } York used to TbeToseanlil's NBC Sym-
holds,"e sate Bt he bought up a which it his real first same. And
lbMood d iV RADIOthWseenthr no m ha dbe practcln Waea lt hul se n Calt tt om Jath nE i c t that ahelrad a

AM 8 r h macuia as
OL[ YWOOD e (NEA) HAoi. hhade s o J-Ca. ey and te We have to maintain two house- hop Qy) is eW a t a 20,00-e netours


twrood and rat PineWomen'diranuithe hoveonMae hods," he said, c "which gets ex. oft ifar aest. And first rep or ts
the t da Lupmo.M t New York. This o real home, the to drawing car
,Its. S h' d -~ 't lae yjr. .onys.,k nee ...sJ.
S 'l y cont t o e UU months here. we. hve d h s ns sight and
lei -oniac s it e fa : liciates of almost everything-one sound of a manor occidental or.
j- t hre, one' set other Ichesra. And the Japanese are evenl.-
Ioada''h o da ve K'eee Basrar i-s -lJ-162t. D .: "W even ave twodentical standing in line for more than 24
arU1 Frrest a eral 3k aTwer s oW n ) hl..silver platters" AnAe,sid, "I have horse to get seats. Al the concerts _
their %i-st big cbaAces, r ~s onwdi w'o setso othbnF and even two so ar have been selouts. rQr base-
ering the pact Deb Rey- There ill be more Ladds In theo s es aTep st a eA CK P a pre ty
teir, '-t bg cace.-,-- o.---" -. ....- ..sets of make-up.' ball-happy Japan, that's a pretty
o e er hae e- vie business. now that Aan and T ear they trekked eastwrdhigh baton average.





aof li gnd .ddie rfsher f haven de-It ownhe"yon .sn..fir
i t's .itime In July,."H is 8is-.i '.'mpary, Juar, current with their young son, Jelfreys, who Newest method for Broadway
ing engagements will keep M';i;g their. first picture. fin Is t now about nine months old. Im stardom run a dancing school

















aMIAMI, May 21
away from Hollywood until July 1. i ,Ladie, now 1a and daugwe, a Caliern B aptists called ona partularfirst. Carol Haney.y M tge Ca
Liber:,ce a will wah ble fr r Who's j.st 12, are Interested type on crib wlhch Anne swears Pon, Gretchen Wyler mad Gwen
angsd and oI.l have 17'- count auIn t s p So end t sof country rdo.fromil either had a dancing
Th podaac uonrsiIn-h t'ibinh. iI es Alan a o We left it here," she said, school as a teenaer or helped
sCreen Warner movie, "Siberaey : figuring we'd biy another one out around one rn by a parent.
Yours." "That's mainly wh I went into here. I'm set in my ways, and I Mary Martin was the first o use
this n.edepedaent ws an wes i onlympat like certain things. And so, that avenue to fame and chariy-
Aldo Ray's football r : P7ying ta d ca cip at ini al when I found I couldn't buy one horses.
brother, Mario da Re, w d Bar- r ptca '1 it s* o'- here, I sent for our old one by air -
ra Freitar a Crockett, Canif express. The charges for shipping Dick's Quickie: The card cheat
belle, ia July. Peggie Castle Short Takcs: Mario La-. .w it were $34 more than it cost decided to take up Scrabble. but
sn oc thT coic hsr" r m.. r aoriginaldely." gave it up after he discovered
turned moviy director, tangled r- We"er, gt l*pb -e s ,..l Bob tapped his head sig ant- he ouldnt buy dpla d a loaded
ig the rehearsals for "Wet Backs" .ta.suiner. .singingstars "yVery sick woman," he said. dictionary.


















pizz-.s mmer,, hassnnbegnsmarves!The convention received a res-
end Pggie walked out. ing Weler fpr te reve ofu The Sterings arfrom the Rev. L. E. Bar-
do -two million doLrs. Whl* rWeiler, ants, for show business. They pre- JACK PAAM ("The Morning
Lynn Bag,.ett, who made head- s .countersui-g for 5 ,000 in-com- fer to spend their evenings at Show," CBS-TV): An inferiority
hLes in her it-and-runcase hes, e s ~ gomery. with their son. complex would be a blessing Ci
around Bevetly Hills onea bicycle.reI'm always home to feed him, I only the right people had it.
Courts ruled that she can never g
again drive an automobile. s to separated c .1
"Noa noa,' the screenplay based
on the iife of Paul Gauguin. is free IT caught tsll









A t 't war over money surprisewa
of lig-on and ready or filming.to committee for ur
she flavdtihi "ot,. rwAAhner m Nathon To ver Worndld War
shelved it f months. .. Dan com-
Dailey'q court action to get legal INn e r WW a
custody of his son each summer ,Don't lotthlig ama -- i _
may have o be revised. His ex t S MIAMI May 21 (UP) -Southn- tin Lfe Oommiion, said the
ile, aow Mrs. Hudson L_ Me- or oter blemh Convenon dfurl yourp
aLuirs, hlas moved back to movie- and embarri you another with ern Baptists called on the na- fruits of Universal Mli




















b~ Ni iliaThis gTraintg buiapproval
n from Kansas with her hus.- tuh g t m n tion's leaders today to save our Tralnlj wotd further weaken










A. the oe factor aIn the chepa twhe-
baso and son. oftenanthesnore e ofskintrolullen country from the "unspeakable the prociplp f freedom and n-
-- That 1isiwhy NIod*rm soqucl aima tragedy" of another world war crease the danger of the United
Anne Bax'tr and Judith Ander- Uxs em rm your d by every possible means. States becoming a milltarry l-
n 'are both, in the cast of "The AodaM- eew MChow m betterE, ".We are deeply concerned lest vilization "tempted to world
'Ten Commindments" and their in" -d fat*" I impatience or panic or an Irra- doInation."
cbumaness spikes rumors that _____ tonal sense of national pride or c ta
they stopped peaki'g when Ann hate shall plunge t world Into "It ia our conviction that
iepxh aiJAndcrson opposite Tyrone ha .tshallplung e gth e s re the cause of peace will be sei red
'I* -M esntngnerly's Booy."by greatly extending the pro-
we m "John Brown's Body." "'-,*..:: .awaresenting nearly 9 million Bap- rep-
S..... .. twist agreed. gram of publishing to the world
SIS HOLLYWOOD. MRS. Nothing our pure of peace and the
4 S8. Tony De Necola, a movie-The convention received ares- principles of individual and so-
to pizza maker, has been movedThco nvn tin rcie a res cial freedom."
t,. a spotlighted place in the front giv olutlon from' the Rev. i Bar- The convention elected the
wtdow of ice Italian restaurant VO ton, a retired minister of Mont-Rev. Kyde M. Yates, pastor of
where lie wcrkm since he played meat a gomery, Ala.. commending the the Second Baptist Church In
the brief role of a plzLa baker for- Argentine government for mayov- Houston Taptasecond vCcn
Jack Webb's "Pete Kelly's Blues." LAV ng to separate church and Houpreston Tt.exw u over the
Tiere's even a sign in the win. F Lw V' state. preasd ent. He won out ryoverof Ate
'Disc'wered by Jack Webb." LIF The resolution, which caughtla t, ad JS VvuhtS o
:Not in the script: Robert Mitch-. the Baptiste by surprise, 'was l. Tec., and W. 0. Vaught 01
unm, on his medical knowhow af- referred to a committee for fur- Lite Rock, Ark.
ier fiishing "Not As A Stranger": like other study. There was no Indi-
"b think maybe I could bandage cation It would acome out uf con-
a figer "' mlttee before the meeting ad- d r'
Duke r Joi-tleT dir- n jouns tomorrow night.
lODund Gis t %oge, h eaTcdi'ee- In adopting tte recommendsa- 111 I OL|
t4f their rcoiiitkOe despite the ..a | ptist Convention also express-

p iBALBOA factor In the ach.eve-

SHOW ONLY! i* Z,y Ublede' "we decry the spirit of h -s-
erarem im l tflty that buinds to the sure ef-,
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8 M Cristobal
Ca. r of Malendes Avenue and
Third Street.
SPbhon '-140
N. 0 DavlisM Executive See.
SSupply Pass from anlllrh
Ig Rev. S. Walpfi and Rev. P
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am1 Sunday School for all 'ag.
ma.m. Worship s-vl~e a4d church-


Rev Mainert J Peterson, SQpply
a B Sunday I '.L l


Re- m aul H. i Olander. Pasthr.
School l
4 Worn rviDeo and Churel and
Bout Pa nlrW n


Rev Alexander R Shaw. Paste
I od. at San Pablo StL
2- 4 urch Ofice 2.32
ShisaRe Dist-uin Grout.
m p Service bThe ane
and Junmor DCva.
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Fellowlp.


M. Alderton. Minister.
1-470-Reidestee Phase
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AlI F'rfc basea and Nvaml ei em.
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ST MARY'S CHJkCH-.L1boe
Sunday'Masmes: 7.00,' G.S', 1000 and
12'00 a .
Holy Day Masses: 5111 8:00, 11:55an.m
and 4 00 p.m
Confessions Saturdayf 3:30 to s:00
and 7:00 to 00 pm, Thursday, before
First Friday: 7 00 to 8:00 p.m.
Mlraculous Medal Noy na: 7:00 'pa
on Monday.
Catechism class: after the .0O mnas
on Sunday.
High School Study Club 6:30 pJL. On
Wednesday. .- ,
"SACRED HEAT-'Aneon D
Sunday Mysses 5:a .r50 & 9:30 a.S.
Holy Day masses: I a.m. and 5;00
p.m.
Confessions- Saturday 3:30 to 5-00 and
7:15 tit 3:00 pm. Thursday, before FLt
Friday 7 00 pm
Sacred Heart Devotions: 7:00 p.m. on
Friday I
Catechlsm Clan: 3;14 to 4:45.pm. pmn
thursday.
OUB LADY OF FATIMA-Curundd
Sunday Mass at 8 00 a.m.
Holy Cay Ma.-.q at 830 prm.
Confesmlons: 6 00 to 6:451pan. on Bat*
urds.

ST. JOSEPH-Paraise
Sunday Masses at 7:00 and 8s18 a.m.
Holy Dly Mass at 4:00 pi, /
Weekday Ma'se .. :00 am.
Confessions. Saturday 3 lto 4:30 and
ll30 in 7 10.
Catechism Class: Sunday 3:00 tq 4.00
p.m
Miraculous Medal kbyena: 7:09 p.m.
on Friday
Convert lnstruclionst Thursday .0iO
p.ml.


ST. VINCFNT'S-Panama City
.Sunday Masses" 6:00 and 8:30 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 8:30 and'S00 p.m.
(It it falls on Saturday the Masse are
6:00 and 8 30 a m I
Confessions Samurday 3:00 to 5:00 and
7:00 to 8-00 pm Tnursdgys before First
Friday 7,30 pm a
MIraculous Medal Novena and Sta-
tions Af the Cros Friday 7 00 p.m.
C.techism Clasq After 8'30 maw on
Suonert Class 6 30 pon. Tueday and
Thursday.
ST. THERESA'S-Ceou
Sunday Mass- 8 30 a.m.
Holy Day Ma" 6:00 a.m. (It i falls
on SaturdAy-F 30 a.m. I
VateebaoJi Clma 3:30 to 5:00 p n14 on
i6pdav".., "
SConitq'lons. 8 00 to 8:30 a.m Sunday.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DE itA SALLB
Parque Lefevre '
Sunday Masses a:30 and 8:30 a.m.
Week Days Mass: 6:30 M i., Thurs.,
Fri and Sat rlst Friday mass: 600 a.m.
Holy Day Maassr 6:00 iaai. to 6:00
Confesslons- 3.30 to 4:30.hd 7:00 to
8 00 p bm. on Saturday, "-rr., ..,
Miraculous Medal(Novent4'5liday 7:00
p.m
Catechlsm Class, 3"30 pm. on Sunday
Convert Cl$: 014oV.da030 0 .Tud

ST. THE DESE'-b-LI ian
Sunday Masss 7 00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass 5:30-p.m.
Confesslonsk Saturday' :30 to 7"30 p.m.
Thursday before First Friday 6"30 pm..
Catechism Class: 3:15 pin. on Sunday.
Sacred Heart Novena: 7.00 pm. on
Friday
Convert Class: 30 p.m. on Thursday
ATLANTIC--
MIRACULOUSY MFDAL-CrldD6bal
Sunday Masses: 7:00. 800 and 1030
Holy Day Masqse 6-00. 8.00 am and
5:00 prm.
ConfessloMn: Saturday 4 00 to 5 00 And
7-00 to 8:00 inm After Rosary each eve-
ning.
Miraculous Medal Novena- 3.00 antd
5:00 p m aon Mo100day
Ca.,chimmi ClaO After R00 mass on
VlraL' Friday Expo.Itlon all day Dur-
Inn the School Year
First Saturday: M.5s at 8.00 a mrn
HOLY tAMn.1 tCHURC.-iMariarllta
Sunday" Maes: 7-30 a i' 30 am
Helv bay Masi: 6 00 am and 5 00
onfesms. 4u00-t0 5:00 and 700 to
'ulracultm Medal Novena: 7 00 o m
on Moday
Teen-age Club. 7:15 p.m. on Wednes-
daatechism Class: 4.00 p.m Thursday
rirst Friday Devotions: 7:00 pm

S.' JOSEPn'S-Colf
Sunday Masses: 5"4-0 and 9.00 a m..
Roly ay M es.: 5:45 and 8:00 a m
angd a4aDinm.
Confteonf : Saturday 4:00 to 5 :00 and
7:004to 800 pts. s e
Miraculous Medal Novena: Wednesday
6:15 mad 7"00 p.m.
Sacred Keet Novena Friday 7 15 pm
Sorrowful Mother- Sunday 7.15 pm.
Convert Cass: 7:15 pm. on Monday
and Tl rsdats.
CatechIsm Class: 3 00 to 4:00 pin. on
Sunday.
OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL
SGambo
CSunday Maass 7:00 and 8:30 po.m
Holy Day Mames; 6:00 a m. and 5:00
SSnfepai I. 77:00 p.m. on Satueday
,Miraeulous 141a Novena: 7:00.n.m.
Catlechiam Class: 3.301m. on Sunday
S_ a .S.et Ha Woveu-. 7 00 p.m on
RBleion itnslCon: 4 00 p m. Thurs-
daLrMe & & enedlctlons on Sunday 4:30
'p.m.
IMMACULAT.CONCEPTION-C6alfl
,unday MaM: 7:30 end 9-00 a m
1'floy' ay Mil3ea: 1:00 a.m. and 5"00.
Confeselmd.t 6 to 7 30 on Friday.
MJrasoealws Mdal Novena: 7.15 Dn.m
at. Tuesday. ,
Cqechnm CU-: 3.45 to 5:00 pm, on
Tuesday.
S St. .nNCjerS-Ratnbew City
Sunday Mslse c6:30 am. and 8-00am.
Holy Day Mai : 61.0 a.m. and 5 00
Confeeadonas: 4.00 to 5:00 and 7:00 to
8:00 pA. Saturday
Catechim Claw 11:00 a m. on Sunday
MIraculeiJip I Novena: 7 00 p.m.
Sacre llmit Rpvenma: 7.0 pa. on
Irlday.


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Row. V H. Armstrong
fl, City
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Re .- Saber Gooden. STA


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SUODAYS
, Bl Commuos ... ... T:, 0 41O ,
Churc hpaol and.14uit
Bhibl Class .,,.. ... .. '31 3a m.

.1irs Sunday u ti. Mooit
Holy Oommunhoo- and eff-
maI ....... I. 10*4 am.
Evenmns Pranad Sermon 700 pD.m
W lT AYi nd Hobly sDay
Holy ComUsuL .......... C111M 4 .1SA
CHURCH Of' OUR SAVIOUR
Third Street, New Cristdbal
The Rev. Mliton 4. Cookson. Pastor
Holy Commmni on ........i 7:30 a.m.
Church SLcool ....... .. 40 am.
Bible Clas .- Morning Prayer '
and Sermon ...........i. 11:00 am.
(First Sunday, Holy Communion)
SWednesdays
Holy" Communion .......... 8:30 a.m
Choir Rehearsal..........7:30 p.m.
A House of Prayer or all people.
COCOLJ
Church of St. Andrew
The Rev. William W. Baldwin
Holy Communion.
Family Prayor and Church SchooL
C,30 a.m.
Morning Prayer and Sermon 11 am.
(H C. first Sunday in Month).
Evening Prayer. 7:30 p.m.
Weekday Praver. S0:00 a.m.
tCOROZAL
Van. L. B. Shirly, Archdeacon
18.0 a.m a very Friday. Morning fray-
(h.C. U Lt.r day-
GAMBOA
St. Simoni's Church
The Rev. John Spear, Priest In Charge
SUNDAYS
Morning Prayer, 1st and 3r.
Sundays..................10:30 a.m.
Holy Communion and Ser-
mob, 2nd and 4th Sundays .. 10:30 am.
SUnday School ........... 3:00 p.m.
Yoh Fellowship ......... 5:00 p.m.
Evening Prayer ........... 7:00 p..
MONDAYS
GlW Friendly Society ... 6:00 p.m.
WEDNESDAYS
tEveting Prayer and Sermon 7:00 p.m.
THURVDAYS
Holy Commition ......... 5:45 a.
Worn's Auxiliary,- 2nd and
4th Thursdays ............... :30 p.m.
S LA BOCA
& St. Peler's Church
The Rev. John Spear. Priest In Charge.
SUNDAYS
SChoral Eucharist and Sermon 7:00 a.m.
' Morning Prayer and Church School
A Children' Eucharist, 3rd Sundays 10
a.m.
Holy Baptism 5:00 p.m.
Evensong and Sermon 7:30 pm.
WEDNESDAY
Holy Communion 7:00 am.
FEAST DAYS L
Holy Communion 7:0S a.m.


at81. araret' up
IN iMarRasla Ho* The Rev M A CootnCso
Sunday ,School 39 na.venlns PPray
1:00 m. D
PALrO aeCO
Church of The Holy Ceoforter
Ven. L. K Shirley. Archdeacon
Every Monday 8o30 a.m. Holy Corn.
nminion.
Roe. 0. A Osborne
8:00 a m riiolyv Communion 2nd SuAda1
9 30 a m Sunday School,
530 Pm. Evening Prayer: Gnd and 4tW
Sunday
Monday: 1:00 pin Youth Meeting
Wednesday: 6.30 om Girts' rreindJli
IED rANK
St. James' Church
S Rev. D A Osborne a ad
Rev C A Craw"all
W PAI'L'S. Hl'RI RH
Van. L. B. Shirley
and The Hev RILIz Rletiaiu Atwel
CH181 CHURCH *--rFU-flLA
-Epli&rogp-
Colon. R de P
lOpooslte Hotel Wahlngtonti
rbe Lev Manimers I eldnon. erloi
SUNDAYS
6 tu a.m i Aoly Communion
9 00 a.m Choal Eucharist and Sermon
10:3U a-in Church Schoon Semlor
7 u o4n Solemn EvensOng and Se.-
mon.
WEDNESDAYS
600 am. Holy Communion
2:30 p.m. Evenlng Prayer and Sermon
8:30 D.m.Adu onfirmation Class
50 p.m. P uiL
m10 q.%ldren's P iebart.
SATI=A Y7
10:00 a.m. Junior Confirmatlon Clam.
130 p m. Complne amd MeditaUion.
.8. MAI. rFB .1 hIMA
Sliver Cityt CZ.
Revd. Arnold d.WIldock.
92. UbtUKGItb lUhJCD
Gatun. V. Z-
aRev'd Arnold C WaidocLa.
Priest-in-chtmrie.
S. Clh~ pber's Chureh.
me SL Puta r le V "
Rev. Clarence W. ays
Hioly .II 0uoi ..... .. 0 *mn
Sunday, / ........... 10O
Sabtaim I oa o-m .i a t 4tb Sun-
Ieisun PftIr-Blble 0" 3 m-.l
ult and d Swdaya.
Womap Auxiliary Ind& th Sundavs
1:00 pa
Holy 'v mnmuial"n Wedneave 7 I m

Seventh Day


Adventist
Weekly Servicer in aD Churches
as folWlon:
SATURDAY: -
Sabbath SchooL -30 a s Olvine Serv-
ice. 11:00 u.. Youth's Meeting, 4:30 Dm
SUNDAY: Bible Lecture. 70p5 m.
WEDNEDAY: Bhibe Study and Prayer
Service. 1:0 ma
Side.-Panama Balbo
Pasot Pastor -- WL_ Wow
(Tel. 8-- IH3)
Cable Verde, Avt J de tF r Osm No.
ni. PMa o Joamaica s e Hall
*"S" St. 3 Chrrillt. Ut L No. 27.
Pueblo NuMvo. 3A St bIem-t3rd and
4th Mta Rio gt 3 27,
Balbos Chapel, iiafD ]Whom
, Saturday oMlvi R
5 PNPa tor -. SSluft tf
Panad. Caste Darn t CrIitftbaJ.
Lth St. Bolfvar Ave.
Gamboa & Frtlola
OlDtlet Pastor A. Oriale
(Tel. 6 302
Gambom. Praitt Parkway. Frijola
Atlantic Side-Cold b&Crletbal
District Pastor V. -'Nrm"Mi
(TeL .8I- S1.)
Colon. rd. St & Con6lM Aws Chrts-
ol. l16th St & SolingW

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PACIFIC SIDE

FORT AMADOR
Sunday School toe
Moria Woranip ..... ....., 10:00
FORT GLAYTON
Sunday School (Bulding No. 164)). 30
MonI Warso p ............... 10:16
FOR KOBBI
Sunday School (Building T11... *9:
or OR Worship.
oenlc Worship ...........i._
r WM ...... .. 3*.
Sunday School................. 90
Morning Worship ..... ....... 10:
Youth Group ......... d:30 and 92J
U.S. NAVAL STATION, RODMAN
Sunday School lBuilding Ijo. 1) *'U
Morning Worship ........ 110
15th HEADQUARTERS CHAP
Sunday ..... .................. 9.. 0
Holy Communion E plscopsli Sunday
,7.-30 Dvie Worship 3.10 iHoly Comt.
fmunion on the first Sunday In the
'w month). 046


FORT AMADOR
Da -LMa A.............. a
Daily Mass............30 & 0
FORT CLAYTON
Daily Mass ..................... 7:13
Sunday Mass.............:00 a 7.15
C ROZAL
Sunday Mass .................... 01J0
PORT KOBBE
Tily .. ..s...... .. ........
urdy M ass................. 00
Sunday ............... 7:110 and :00
.(Itldsh) 8:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE DABI 4
Dally Mass ......... 610
Saturday Mass ............. .
U.S. NAVAL STATION, RODMANM
Sunday Mass ....... ............. 10001
JewlaI
Dally Mas ;.................4 p.m.
ALBROOK AIR FORCES BSAS
Saturday ....................* 4 p.i.
FO T KOBBE
Tuesday ..................... .m
Divine Worship ............. 0 0.m.
ATLANTIC SUIDb
Protestant
FORT DAVIS t
MnngWorsilp ........... .0
.ORT GTUCK %, 1. 90
Sunday cshool ................*, 5;
M ng Worship ................ 11:00
COCO SOLO NAVAL STATION
Sunday School ....... ........ 9:30
Morning Worship ............. 1:00
Church Time Nursery .......... 10:30
Catholic
FORT DAVIS ..l
Sunday Mass.............. 9:30 & 10!45
FORT GULICK
Sunday Mass ........... 1100
COCO OO NAVAL STATION
Daily ass ................... 7:00
Sunday Mass .................. :00
COCO, SOLITO
Sunday Mass .... .......... T30
FORT GULICK
Saturday .................... 3 p.n.


Other Churches
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENB
Aneon. C.Z.
Minister W. A. Jordan
Box 58, Ancon- C, Z Balboa 260s
Sunday School ........... 9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship ......... 10:30 a.m.
Youth Service ........ :4 p.m.
Evening Service......... 730 p.m.
N.F.M.S. Service ......... 7:00 p.m.
Prayer Meeting. Wed...... 7.30 pin.
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama R.P., 23rd Street East
Rev, a. N. Brow, Minister
SUNDAY:
ivine Worship. .......... :30 am.
Sunday School ........... 3:00 p.m.
Sunday Masses ..........7, 7:45 11:45
fto a a4RJ,. SR.S 8unday ca m at
1:00 p m.
JEHOVAo'S WITNESSES
Meetings Thursdays and Sunday -
7:30 p.m. Win emorial. 106 Balboa
Road. Balboa.
C C OFP JagU CB
OP LATTER-DAY SAINTS (Meeas)
Sunday meetings p the JWD-USO, La
Boca Road. Balboa Primary and Priest-
hood .30 a m. Meeting. Sunday School.
9:25 a m.: Sacrament Meeting. 10:30 atm.
For address w fn r e Atlantic Branch
services will be held. call Crist6bal 2897
or Coco Soln 324 Priesthood 3 anm. Sm-
day School 10. Sacramente U
CLJMKUWL tfNm olAXN
CHURCH
Rev Paul Holloway. Pastor
Office. Curundu 5105
Home. Curundu 7116
Sunday. School................. *-45
Morning Worship ........... 11 a.m
Youh Meetin ................ 6 pm
Evening Worship ............ 7 p.m-
Ouw LarIUiLIt CHbICB
St Rmal ael The Arebansel
13th St Wom No I
Holy ICucharint- Sunday at j20 ejS
Tuesday. Wednaldasa and furrudmy
ioa aIm
Sacrament ol Uanc. oT IHe ea 0e m-.
vic i Firt Sunday of O each month a.
7,30 oDn
Mo alsUbS .Ch Sr Caesb
Panao* R P
RL S T..sn as i. BtGLsa*
MornIng deWo*So- ...a,. .60 ma.ma
Feoblp Wonm ...... 1U .0 ai
unday Schoo at ......... 0 D
alvine Servloe at ..... ... IS pi.

54 Frst Street
Urbanizacidn EB Carmen, Panama City.
iuaornmiu Talk and Dlscilione
Thursdays..................8a0" pja
Colet. Mb & IrFe Streets
(updain s Aerkfan Siamar)
Study Clase......Thursdays. 1403 p.m.
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH=
Rev. Waldaha Bl. Stewart Pratr
Red Tank. CZ-Sunday. U a.m. divine
worship: 3.30 p.m. Sunday School 730 p.
m gospel service.
Parque Lefevre. R.P. 5th and 1st SBi,
No. 40 Sunday. P.m Bible school
Wednesday& Bible rd,' L i
Paraiso. CZ-Sunday. % pj. Sunday
School at the msaadfln.
THKE MUUMD OF GOD
Raye G. W. Oeanise
7438 Cae a, C lME
Morning Worshwp ........... 130 am.
Sunday School .............. 00.16 a m
Evening Worship ....... 730 pm
"N' a- Meamoa Areaesens ats.
Pmmam Cky
Ree Was JoebeLa Pltea
Sunday School ............. 930 a.m
Morning Wonshi ............in a m
EvangelIstic Service ......... 7 30 p.m.


New rawias-
Mrs. MaIde WI m. Pm Str
aundav School .................0.00 a m.
Morrina Wnrship ...........11-00 am.
Evening Worship .................7:30
Isth StreeR, AR)e
Rew. WaUIem U aM. Faster
Sunmav School .............. 9 3u am.
M-inl, Wnrmahl ............I-"' '
Evening Service ............ 7 30 pm.
BIdR. 5142 Diae etlebts,. C.Z.
Rev Wi. Livlbot, Pastor
Mnrnilng Worship .......... M30 a m
Sunday School .. ..... 1 6.30 a m
Prayer Service Thursday
Night .. .................. 7.30 pm.
THE cHRISTIAN X-1 ON OF
P B .
Stations: f d CborriUlo, La
Boca
Ministersm: L mWster. S C.
Taylor. C U. a A-Trnan.
Service. W i ry sunday 11
Sundery HebOc eSa n a fellow-l
Cold It 4 & 4:w 5 m-

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Pan 1Par P. h


"What should I .done with
the South hand?" iks g Dallas
correspondent. 'I2 "Pct that I
was in trouble &' -Utg ssed
the double of one -.rt but I
didn't know how'lto Wrivhle out. I
wasn't spre that-a t- ube would
clearly demand a rqune by. North;
and if there ws as chance that
North would pass I cetinly didn't
want to redouble. I finally decided
to pass and take my chances at
one heart doubled.
"The defense was accurate, and
I took only my three tap trumps
and my ace of clnb, W*at opened
the king of clubs, holding the trick,
and switched to the king of spades.
East overtook with the ace of
spades to return the jack. of hearts.


"I won with the ace of hearts,
cashed the ace of clubs and ruffed
a club in dummy. East overruffed
and led the three of hearts to
force out my king of trumps. I led
a low diamond, trying to sneak
the trick by, but West stepped up
with the ace of diamonds, cashed
the queen of spades, and led an-
other diamond. I

"East ruffed and led another
trump to force out my queen. Now
there was no way tQ atop East
from-taking the rest of.the tricks.
I lost 800 points on a hand that
was fairly safe at two diamonds,
but the question is how to get to
that contract?"


Most experts play a redouble in I
this position as demanding take*-
out. When you're not. sure that)
your partner will understand the
redouble, you get on your 'bicycle
and pedal away for dear .life.

In this case the way to start the
rescue operation is with a bid of
one no-trump. Your partner will
know that you are trying to get
out and that you are weakish in
spades (since you skipped over one
spade in order to bid one no-
trump). Hence he will bid two dia-
monds, with the actual North hand,
and you will be off the hook.

CHURCH OP COD (Pentecostal)
Rev. B E. Watson. Overseer
Pbome 6-428. Box 253. Gamboa
Churches at Paralso. C.Z tRev. and
Mrs Herman G Whytei. Colon. R.P.
Rev. Fernando Lorencel. Rio Abajo
(Rev. -and Mrs. Charles Haynesl. and
Cativi (Rev and Mrs. Clifford Greaves).
Sunday and weekdays services at all
churches.

Lutheran
SREDEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
"The Church of Ibe Lutheran Hear*
Tho Rev. Herbert T. Bernthal, Past
0 Ballsba Rad. Balboa.
Phase Balboa 3570.
Sunday School and Junior and Ad*M
Bible Classes at 00 am Worship Sere.
Ice, 10:1 a.m. Regular covered dish sum.
per e second Sunday of each month
at the Lutheran Service Center at a:30
p m. Holy Communion the first Sundla
of Ich month, with a pre-communleas
evoa and regqstration the Friday
previous at 7 p.m.
ATLANTIC l$ME
Regular services an*' Sunday Scho
every Sunday at 2'15 p m. at the Mar.
r fa mnasm, conducted by the Rev.
S. ernthal of Balboa. Holy Corn.
miunls the first Sunday of each monthW
CHUR OF THE FOURSQUARB
GOSPEL
(Full Goesell
DIABLO HEIGHTS
School Gymnasium Hains St.
Ray. Vloto Johnson. minister
Sunday School .. .. -.30 am.
MorIng Worship 11.00 a.m.
vanelitc Servlce ... 7.30 pjn.
Thu., Prayer Meeing in
Church in Panama City.
(Cor. Q St. and Mariano
AroeaM ) ....... .. 7 30 p.m.
ATLANTIC SIDE
Sev. T J. Tuttllie. Sup.
Phone: Colon 1094.-
RAINBOW CITY
Cor.'Randolph and Klamouth Sts
Rev. and Mrs. T. J. Tuttle. pealors
Mr Paul Bryson, At. s"stor
Sunday School 9 30 .m.
Morn Worship ....... 1 00 am
Service ........ 30 m.
e... Gospel Service 7 30 pm
Thurs., Spanish Service .... 7 30 pm
COLON
20Anmador GuerrerG St
Sunday School 3...... 3 00 p.m.


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died plant-taxonomy at the Loui-
siang -State University at Baton
Iouge under a Ford Felloqwship
grant.


"A cordial invitation is extended
to mlary personnel and their
familU and to the public both of
the Caal Zone and the Republic
of Pea to attend the exhibit
at theYw Gallery which is lo-
cated at the USO-JWB Armed
Forces Service Center. The Galle-
ry is open from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00
p.m. -daily.


" MEETING



Ebach ealce for auclusil n I this
column should submilled hin Ip.-
witlea (onI and miead lone ofi
the box numbers tilted daW In "nSo-
clatl bd Otherwise," or delivered
by head to the oUlle. Notics a
meet caumoe be accepted by itle.
Phont.
Cristobal Rainbow Assembly
Thursday


Miss7 Pamela Hawthorne will be
nstaUlled as Worthy' Advisor of
Cristobal Assembly No. 2, Order
of the Rainbow for Girls, at an o-
pen installation of officers to be
held at the Cristobal Mason ic
Temple on Thursday-evening, May
i6th, at 7:30 p.m.
Miss June Rowley, who ti com-'
pletiqg hqr term as Worthy Advis-1
r. Will be 'tthe Installing officer.
All parents and Interested,
friends of Rainbow are cordially'
invited to attend.- Refreshments
will be served in the banquet hall
followingg the installation ceremo-
nies.


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Mrs. 'Selden Chapin, wife of U. S. Ambassador to Panama, 2
!waves goodbye to friends-as she departs by air for -New, York.
Thq Aplbassador will follow as soon as hisraffairs In Panama
are In order. He will join Mrs. Chapin in Washington. D.C, for p
a brief stay'befdre heiaroaa his new ddtJes as U. 8.,imbtts- o
ssdor to Iran. President Elsenhower announced Chapin's ap-
p6intment May 20th and cent It to the Senate for confirma- i
toen.--The, Chlpplfsarrhed In Panam.lta January, 1954. i
During their stay inl Panama Mrs. Chapin not only was \
concerned with the activities of the Diplomatic Corps but al- f
ways, found time despite her illness, to devote time to the r
charities of Panama. Among the groups who gained her sup-
port-were The Bell& Vista home and. CARE. For CARE she
oeasizsd -, group of vjuluj$n9rs t- aid in the distribution of
fo1. .A she departed last eight board Admiral Milton E.-
Itue amphibian plane her warm' "edios" to Panama was re-
tumUed, by those whose friendatsip she has won.

Bwil Hmpis on of four months in the United
Have Daughter States.
Mr. and Mrs. C. William Homa The Boweps plan to visit their
ofr Gamboa announce the birth of parents id Guflford, Connecticut.
a daughter at -Gorgas Hospital on Later on they will visit New El-
Tueaday. The bpby will be named lau.l qnd go to AruJnton', Vrga'
Diane. Diane joins Bruce and Ga-'to Visit Mrs. Bowqn's brother .,
rv in the Homa's home. I
Paternal grandparents of the NewOomer's Progrqm Provides
baby are Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Ho- Gift For Bride To Be
ma of Tivoli Guest House. The regular monthly meeting of
--- the. Newcomers' Club was held in
the Cristobal Union Union C
Farew pl Luacheon Honors Thurday.
Brazilian Amb. And Wife
As a "despedida for Brazilian The tables were decorated with
Ambassador to Panama and Mrs. colorful Maypoles. The hostesses
Abelardo Bueno do Prado, who were Mrs. L.-F. Gerspach and
leave, for their new post in Gerrma- Mrs. Richard Hogan.
ny in .the near future, a luncheon I The Guest Speaker for. the day
was 'given by Chilean Ambassador was Mrs. James L. Facer of Coco
to Panama and Mrs. Enrique La- Solo who gave an interesting dem-
gree. at, the Epmbassy Residence onstrption on "Hat Making As A
yesterday. Hobby." Several members
brought materials to make their
rilyro Fishrs Entertain own hatr.
Mrs. Bender Of San Francisco
Mrs. Myron Fisher of Bella Bin- It was prearranged to h a v e
ta' has just returned after spend- Mrs. Facer make a hat of white!
ing several months in the United lace in her demonstration to be!
States.'She has as her h o u s e presented as a-. surprise gift to
guest, Mrs. Robert.Lee Bender of Miss Marlene Gerspach wo will
S Pi Franelsco. California, who is be married in July.
viftki here for several weeks. Mrs. Charles Chad accepted the
Mr. E. G. Bromilow was host duties as Hospitality Chariman.
foat a dinner on Wednesday night The next meeting will be on
at Hotel 3El Panama in honor of Thursday June 9, when the pro-
Mrl. Bender of California. gram will be a tour of severallo.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Sudron Ical gardens followed by a tea.
had a few friends to a buffet last' Any newcomer to the Canal I
eemning at their residence in An- Zone from the States may become
cos also honoring Mr. Bender. a member by contacting M rs.
S -- Robert Micek, Tele. 3-2723, Pres-
Th James Biwens ident. or Mrs. Howell Wynne, Tel.i
To Sail loday 3-3189.
ifling Sboard the S. S. Panama Club meetings are held every
are and Mrs. James H. Bow- 2nd Thursday of each Imont h.
en*of the Diablo Heights and their Residence in the Canal Zone less
children, who will spend a vaca- than two years is a requirement


Don't be misled!
Disregard the price!

ADemnand ROUX TINT

at all times!

R.t e~~ejs the largest sales volume in Panama, United
States and other countries, mainly because it does not
ceate difficulties with your hair, it does not Itch ob
otheq e e
r mus e suits desire .
-,, w -'e lepullie of rPaIUm sa l
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M Then foeow the presenip-
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lA&I A ^aU)frstgfriu nd the IMS fabricator to be asmeil eaeh
ite-rata to Spain arnd Wth f e 5 on t,:e smz"y Women s
and thtace to the new e
IDwb Berenen, it i o- a o re naed


'Wit cease to tau e any netle of yeu


For years I have cherished d
ec~pe for Eggplant Parmiglana
and in talking with the subj et
of our coming attraction, "We
Cok Of The Week,' I ohelaed
and tound that she and I foioW
generally the same method. You
see, I have already given a hint
about our cook of the week, slo
is famous for her Italian food I
You shouldn't miss her story and
her wonderful Italian dinner re-
cipe tomorrow but as our Egg-
plant dish is a rich one and can
well serve as a nice main lunch-
eon course with perhaps a toss-
ed salad with anchovies, 'll, pass
this along separately.
EGGPLANT PARMIGIANA
1%-2 pound eggplant
I egg
bread crumbs
olive oil
ohnnOuIed arslelp


IN pound Moztarells
1 cup grated parmesan cheese
Prepare a Tomato Sauce
Pare and cut eggplant Into
14 Inch slices. Sprinkle with salt
and let stand for 1 hour to drain
off liquid. Rinse in cold water,
dry between_ absorbent paper.
Mix egg and salt and dip slices
Into mixture. Dredge with bread
crumbs. Saut6 in hot oil or but-
ter until tender and delicately
brown on both Sides. Arrange
alternate layers of eggplant,
grated cheese and tomato sauce
In shallow baking dish. Top witli
sliced mozzarella. Bake In mod-
erate oven until mozzarella turns
golden brown. Serve at once.
Serve 4.


Whatsoever.
He will devote his tnmt in-
stead to the happy and well-
nourished purqpIt of fleet-
footed blondes through all 'the
corridors of the Administar.-
Uton BuUdfng.

Father Spear, Back

At S1. Peters

After Furlough
The Rev. John Spear, priest in
charge of St. Peter s Church, La
Boca, will officiate and preach at
the choral Eucharist and evensong
tomorrow. ";-
Together with his family, Fath.
er Spear spent two weeks in San-
ta Lara taking a rest, arriving
home Friday afternoon.
The Eucharist tomorrow, com-
memorating the Sunday after As.-
ceffsion, begins at 7 a.m.
Daily services during the week,
wnicn were suspefaeu wnile Inc
priest was away, will be resumed
on Monday: 'inese are communion
at 6'a.m, daily, except Thursday
at 9, and evening prayer 7 p.m.
The Woman's Auxiliary wili pre-I
sent their united thanx offering on
wmitsunaay.


A Zonian is


Cocina Corner's


COOK Of The WEEK


UNIVERSITY OF PANAMA
(SPANISH COURSE)
Six weeks intensive Spanish Course for English speak-
ing people from May 23 to June 30, on Monday, Tuesday,
* Wednesday arl T hursday. ..
BIEMI NTARY iBasic SpanLsh': From 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.
ADVANCED: 'Prom 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. (Special-attention
dedicated to good speech, composition and
translation).
Registration opened at Secretary's Office (main build-
ing of University i from 9 to 12 and from 3 to 6 p.m. High
School Diploma required to students enrolled for credits.
Students for non credits also admitted.


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Do you know the
COOK OF THE WEEK?
Read Sunday's Cocina
Corner.


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HAS THE P.lEASURE TO ANNOUNCE THE
RE-OPENING OF HIS FORMERLY

BEAUTY SALON
(Air-Conditioning)
located at Madurito's Bldg. (El Cangrejo)
Monday, May 23rd.
CALL FQR APPOINTMENTS
Tel. 3-0547



ATTEND CHURCH THIS SUNDAY
at the

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
BALBOA HEIGHTS, 0. Z.
9:30-8IBLE SCHOOL (for all ages)
10:40-"WHAT JESUS BECAME"
(Series on Book of Hebrews)
6:30-B.T.U. (TRAINING IN CHRISTIAN LIVING)
7:30-EVANGELISTIC SERVICE
Dr. C..Y. DOSSEY Speaking
Nurseries Provided Broadcast-HOXO, 760 Kc.
EVERYONE WELCOME


"LOS PANCHOS"


without doubt, the most popular trio
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Hear these masters of the guitar and lose harmony
sing at 10A30 tonight in the Besi Vist Room

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Tonuesob........rs nb.. 2 1 012 0
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Jones 3b ......... 4 1 0 a of New Or-''

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.hhe.s....... .40024t
Robertta p .........3 0 0 0". 3-27. ., ,d mat"h .. .
Totals Dodge31 5 6 27 11 Celebrated Here u e- 4 UP'] ... ..durin- .. -.
Gonilliam 2b2 ...... 4 1 1 .. 0 I If B
nie ...... 4 0 1 2 0 National Golf Day will be cel- permitted to day 0t oy
Campanella a .... 4 1 1 4 biated in the United4 states and athe week event.
Amooros if ........ 3 0 0 0 here on the Isthmus saturday Natio b co
Hodges lb ........ 4 1 2 14 0 June 4. Local golfers will be able sponsors by W. Slne and
Furillo rf ........ 4 0 0 1 0 tocompete locally against the the profess n s"AAocise- 'th e
Robinsonb ...... 4 1 2 2 5U.S. Open Champions tor 1954 tion, In cooperatton withthe U.S. St ..,
Loes p ........... 2 0 0 0 0 who will be playing at the Olym- olfers AellAtIP. a .mpr tieso .
Roebuck p ....... 0 0 0 0 1!pic Club at San Francisco. 'PSartia 4-_mi. dethi d snap teirt
a-Walker ........ 1 0 0 0 0, *the purpose, of G-OII Go lf te sk
Hughes p ....... 0 0 0 0 players will be given full cred- Day is to glrt l to the e a e- J Mll
Lab-nel ......... O 0 0 0 0 r for their USGA handicap and great game ot ,;g 6to e ma- in the 3, o- t a
b-Howell ......... 10 0 0 0 those who do not have handeap jor charitable and ,^-- ga / f or
T 353 2716zating, will be judged according help worthwhile project con- t Mi ,-e gthiml five f B to a
Totals 353 82710 the callaway HandicaSyl nected with ,golf. -- ht l S -it he la y
a-Grounded out for Roebuck te m The men will try to win a All receipt l r to be forward- i tyea. ith the P1-l.s i ton-i i n-
in 7th. medal by beating Ed Furgol, Na- ed to the Nt"ona- Dolt runnd., lis a ho, ted to FC.l tnEm at
tonal open champion. This inc., and the Sd ros will re- .. nash tict wek Tull
z-Rolled out for Labine in 9th. yar, the women will be corn ceive forty per .cW.t of all pro-.." 1 a a 5.S5 ah". S
Errors: Reese, Hamner. RBI: peting against Mrs. Mildred ceeds. Each golf clhb will. man- ., fIv .Ian g. h
Semimck 3, Campanella, Ham-I Babe" Zaharlas, women's cham- age the. toErhaCnut for its ij..i t- I taSMt f s i ov.ner & hp
ner, Ennis, Robinson, Gilliam. pion for a replica of the men's members and those who use.its -o .- dtrrb TitiE M aw nd Ga nichingr
2B: Jones, Seminick. Lowrey. medal in the form of a bracelet facilities. l l d forhe h .
Hodges,. Gllam. Triole: Gitam. charm.I Members of the promotion eII .. B Ia thSa-heedI. u h
Home runs: Campanella, Sem- ommitbee which now engaged promotionbo E, 19. thr
nick. Stolen bases: Robinson, All o the golf clubs In the n orgmmanitteeing.olf ay have b"hlaptet Smfa u inMo tf ltheb
Sacrifice: Roberts. Double-play; Canal Zone, as well as thepa onferred wotith ntepresent.lDtihve a 0pit the fao Ro r l and oes.ue


l. Hits off: Loes 34-5, Roebuck 0-oth to e p tay .oe i tl.oee ae rqen oNre anl the "r h.lldy aent eml nl fo teaB UT hr tho Ai Ithe i
-MorBro-Corgy lnsRol-de.i- Roberdl a t nepast April 30. Ish a 1-4a


Sulid fessona andt maaer toiry od the Dodg.ers suffered b o.



3 Lm Loes 4-2) mb be, made available and wd imCe dCring his da ame Hoy work- e Pin three un with a two- IPti G
be own oon n each o the ot with Jose Edwin and Her- a homer as Rob- ntreal 23 11 .676 -
r club the Ithmu rt DouglaBoh Ed in and obert gained hisot fithe viT-t" .. 0 1 .*Ri 14
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eMAOR esdUEtof ADEBrazon hiopro debu t n t udtan hheo m er htahp syRo cu. .. al "
Brook -ounr C and Clyde iii RiOrw inP gaine dfosfrfroi-d 5- i
El isNprofes sion polnanconaeageron.HandtheDodgersnlsoh onrl 3
ofe the Gambom Golf and Coun- their fourth loss in a row. Le a0
in connection with National clinmb to within 6% games of
SU I I pI rideGolf Day, a gOlf t lning films -As. usual, the jolter has been the sputtering ROdgers .with ar -
rl ben made- avalab an r 'tlose duhrilng hdaoly work-ae &o nc hter Bl0yoAf02 1 .67
Mueler MN Y. 20 123 1impr e idrin is a n uphill 6-3 victo over the P Sc Tr t7) ad r-
Sella, Bkln. in 125 ach o43 .344 ago, i Jose Edturin andto tHer-e r ates. Pinch ht Warren ylor ontreal, W... 2 h11 .6 ob
olfubs on the Isthmus. bert Douglas. Bot his will band apped a -all tier khent and Bto rbrin. WP-S 11 t t.4
Schoen. L. 2 112 20 38 .339 the fouglrth meetill also ppear on same itches into the right field Havana ..ashol
Shburn la 20 8 26 333 two boxers.t Brown stands for a homer with two n Columbui. 15 15 .500 6
i Edwin meets Ernesto Reid In In the ninth inning. Hoyt Wit-Buffalo ...* 10 J17 .2 9
the eight-round 147-pound sem- helm, wbo relieved John (Win- RIond ." 10 20 .2 11

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O- P i: rtegain fou 97 up hi. M first victory of the sea- i
S."..B y UNITED PRES t Spoundk Mcontest. al s fo aT sra o. n T areas P110000- 9 1
Ii LEAPDING DA RKS program will be between ho- Rookie Bob peakets who gile human and ucha -- rahr.
i i iim i." atats bertoh Muoho and Jpi an t pro e of taking yer .I.n Hetall .(f), eore (38) pud Gid-
2l-fko uedleds .... 10 betoMuthearteid by Klugging mantle with,:e fln. l.rat..&.-.ColL
Io. DodgerM ........ 9 Cimo enabled over four round Cubs, blasted a two-run o f two-me fer ..t.e
IRo onIa N 1 A O or less. l edn the lone rn of tO he ink t e Bu ft of 1 0 l n "-liefe
SnBUNS BATTED IN l Armouthrls, who droet a Braves 4-2 and keep Chicaoe Ca oloeatsteIr IOed ol00-is
Playider, Dodgers ... .48. close but th killing decorn to the Giant' *heels. Bpeak'sy hom- hult Tkay ) a reu
ue ,. Jo nt T .llts, hDodgers ....34 goueto er came off southpaw Warren th If.l olj, W htI t (68)' .Jaobl







R O V I S Ahpfl3ewes h*. 3t thirdapnwc entered ga mole na sm)anBp A TrlnT Wpot.
sthoen t bSt.t Lt 2. B1t 203839Ithe fourth meeg b n th tl th. A first inning trL A_ EICL A
Ashburn, Phlaf. 20 78 14 26 .333;two boxers. Brown has won two, by 8peake also figured in one of ._
gers ......... 2 enter one. tho, run. HalJeffoat
RN wLeUhnE ashofifth victory wn Y C
Power, X. Cty25 22 .2a defeat Cc after relieving Bob 0 0 1i
SRuh in the seven h.
ne, Detroit 33 129 27 49 .380g -lookIng Ar
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Mttle, N. Y. 31110Dodgers.... 34 e a36dlh .327 o t g 1 t
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th Mantle, Yankees ....... 11 victory..Chico .Craquls baseball tam will p lay .M-
e number, Dodgers ....... NEW YO May tird ing *ingle and Wil- man tomoEno at pAB as
eder DodgwTbees....... 11 NEW-YOKayw ,lard Marshall's ninth inning CO.O
I! = -ussswa Redlegs .... n10 Stut.hearted pitching by Ken llp were the only hits offC
.rnobal. Athletics ....... 20 Leman and the hitting of Gino imar, who reisteed his The e wll be the d
.faEllno, Dodgers ........ 9 Cimoli enabled the. Montrealfir tr K a Cit scor of atwshgamew sres fo
Roylr.tginas1.le8dfirst vitorhr..Kanss 2city scor-,- of a' two-samest s.e. f,t10.
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3dc, Dgrs .pe ain. the Iant first Inning: scinogles by f lusto Stunday..
e Athletics......C29 hilt and ClwolllsmaoedeAotwo-
Vernon, Senators......029 run homer to help lel N OtheNhpy-
- -r FurilloDodgers.........029 alto a d R6-3 Victory or tile 19V%0-
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Men SchoolDOby Sports I

RunIMNRAUUAL PROGM I ed to, competed for the .c6ao-
I t- fthip- of the vaoUscs weitsa
et Daring the school ea 3i l. w*nnersa p tea ca were:
151 boys took an active part iz theL redrilco rid, pWle s -Iva'as;i:
intrtmural prg.a... Due *.. John Goldre,. 16 lb. clps. Vic-
close co ep pp for arst ftr Azrab, lb elsr
S .25..."B"s ettr 112 AL es Ri
s ed instead, of t-e usual T.&t e 03 lb. class ant Dasvad rown, 9
boys tiedforwa the li t een i r b lass.
The bOys were able to e arn Following the wrestling, ping
Oi MaSy 31-(UPfl- points by playing ia scheduled pong was begun and 60 boys partl-
m4thm New York At- gapes orn individual events; 'be cipatied in this tournament. The 8
on had a buay capi ns of various teams; being top boys were .awarded medals
m two figh taman- o-winnig teams-points were a-ifor this competition. They were:
g others abour,; warded according to the teams 1t, George Aleman; 2nd Bolly
r tie-ips and final standings- winning di- Toussieh;b: 3rd, Lea lrkland; 4th,
aIL JuBinta bout vidual events and officiating at Charles Hill; 5th, Mike Bettsak;
games. 6th, Roy Watson 'th, Mike N-s-
Bi. suspended tma mad; and 8th, Jesse Crawford.
Sa land Ta The activities for the year in-
to tes.ify at- luded -team ad individual At the conclusion of the pI ng
se -. Daly and sports. The Junior gbh year pong tournament, a basketball
m 1t w.th "with touch .fobtol ando3eleague of 8 teams with approxi-IlF


m-n pote hro casio es'were organized.tTeh.er uemstel of ybteas withbprsp- Ia 0I mn me ws I ta.d 1a J start.htoPlaum, rearb:ai k And throw ndsa
Sd atio n byothe Com ret s C ee 9is bos p i w towering m- d ruckt out the nPittsburgh Pirate side after wi Fre be fl r
on were 6 teams n "C" league and organized. First place In this ninth Ing. That clod cu the season's initial maTor league no- no m a
thtfdlewnoont sesi on, teams in the "B" league. Chinm-league was won by Laem K n r k-iN cabt'swo ert ninrt, -n, ha e- at
a sdl a nnl. ns irp-, on of the e"C" leagu we rlte R land's team, followed by A!ex I N -, t. -ial ue- s ye, ad C ts.
m n asked manager sell Snow's team and ChampiopsRuiz's team;.
m w e thun and Hymle Wall- of the "B"league were Alex' Ruiz
m am about their associations team. s A number of boys participated had a swimming meet a n d 16 school year: Alex Ruz, Leam Kirk-' Snodgrass, James PeddiMrrd, .
$-o BU CcFrane C arbo. Both denie in the Balboa Relays, and 27 won competitors won points from this land, Henry Barker, Uc,1ando Cha- nard Payne, Pete Corig.
sl deI with Carbo. Wrestling was the net eventpoints towards the "B" award at meet. nois. osly Toussieh, Michael Nab.Herrera. Frank StA bler, Her
The c sailsalon also rejected and forty one boys answered the'the end of the year. i ad, Jesse Crawford, Roy Wat-Wilkinson. e l Ma
otractsforaSracuse bout be- call for thissport. Thboys were At the JuniorHigh award as-son, Davd Browne, D ChaToes, Mitty'M r,,J m
Stweenlmiddleweights Ray Drake graded on knowledge an Io.l IFollowing this, the-Junior High sembly, the foliwing boys were sin, .Chester Pearson, R on ar aih, HAenry. Lavn, Abl
and ny Oovanelli. Chair- tion. At the end, tho who an awarded a "B" for the 14 5 Bennet, Michael B a it ak, Jon an uk
Amr p ):h figh o'.-r man&q by the l, ,
mariano o recently uand there
still Is 'some question as to who
Aea s w f .er ...... headtl$ Drgke at the present.
INThe '.for ."A". company .Tirst bttalo i. v The c em miniton had planned
Wllliet b TSfsrans o~re y i to winds v up it. hearings vepster-


Am, nou's"mnaterotAl beakln hso
i ..@ -fAort P a n aneb i tar o-Cll tA ns day, but Helfamo n d says a "clean-
S o te iatio h basketballng areuInrtoe tebhupwaetsif"cwillbhrOmtsonm-


r the for*lptsrchIano e n enreboundarehOfroUWt
pLtye: peStobblef teld M(), pI. lewod Omer eas BritishWESono ner Idae
c th 5. it proesGeorge company went on to win, 48rot ..
S nIuw-Crmhghoer, Ae'Mh JackPI BolWmoniEs landed In London.
AmyuPhoto b Cp Karlly 8wit .higed Brita tigsh reaitarL
r amhMarciano-Don Cockelln return t-oC nAatio W
I N Ioo .mn. tiesd -e e dewho saw Marhan p anr lon syWeCn A
at the at, the~rTrbl arst M sOday night, says "There
asu h chance a return bout
8wl tpaelace in London." The


o er Wl a'ha fatS I,.British promoter says Marcia-
aer aL shaed t taerno's mana gr aAl Weill, has ba-
reed to an English referee


eSAN FRANCISCO. t Since Martao-COeck enl did leas o the oalo ai says e willas uprt P
soeo at the gate, the y w ere sa Yelearound tUi today thle b shouts Of "foul" from some
Eight was iaflp. This depend ds on whose yaensti mck you responsible quarters following -
measure the ricepts b y. Marcia no a's nin th round win at

Originally; promoter JiM Murray estimate Ws $8000. ecrteta Teddyther antam of
Later this was shaved to $500000. stil lter, or a weekbefore terEtishoing u l is
t'e fight, It was evldene that If eusome mer yhabitsib,8atenl ofo Mrn teDrt.ith Dzn Bardels


sealed evi the r- hie dre as- WESTleino Ieo. r ,ob n,
vance ol t h m wastheflgwould; be test-presumably upo ptorh1ve .





00t ht oretpoeahce.ttT e worldm
lucky -to4fOwA. O An committee of professionalebox singbruAPS4 &e
.t Mnptnaxen othtg, except Murrayidoesn't kn w. fistic3 m tnnPr tmoh.. ,


b w la" r._, ercet thte owayeer the bout who-I
vowalesft, Wlec .te le .et-n .. ed.allotham Psayse texgu
'nte ou have tonpeogze for yurttaeto y aren't tablished a ca for boing
ghigo b haKays a box-eesnea thqrdst within a Aneithat o wa the com ris onqrs throughout thel- A
to wlth the B otial oEmrtic champion He bad a spo recordworld to get together &amnd set up
eat e took a mbhewx' hoease. Bsdeso the younteg pig farmer International ruled.
it, Teflf lo lkn e ab ig hter.There wU nothing resB Oring




abuhtn hio a appearance. remd leest h a io n T e
tm here ond T yal eato, Wasn't he a fat es, too? Yes, In- I nt
a wagy. woe' but t ,e ib* ey tavern keeper haid early esab-




p curate left-h kr. Even whenrhes on the wy
omt, he iI bthad denoughe1eto jounceo J04 LuIso



ele ihwas b lot Into an opponent for the American cha- Sire o ic e
lhinl onthe basisltho e wins over arMatthews I know many Peoplye havie nt
wo h away been le a fighter wthan a figment of old Jae articles in on the recenthe-
Murraey's promotieonal brain, Sn Yorway. tion ofh the Teener team and h
nothing has been published. To



wSeattlet i Matthewri' home base. Unted fortunately, foren Mtur- starts with the Atnt aide the
oeray andhs et v tebox-of flee dreams, Seattle isn't too far selection Was by ar one-man con-it
from here a d the locals know about Matthews. Conseq pent- mi thtee hand not boe ya a ngrou asof
IV they wouldn't buy. was origdlduinaley supposed beetonavno fh uitrae



Unheon h a t h. percent o the lromotboe H v uhd madewr hathedp t toet eo nn
oi fscoreshDtof rrothEAtlantuiSaide teambee HohavTe youw atedfn .milutae
Murray figured 50 percent of th e crowd, to turn eupls he mistic with the scores ofthe br oys who
onyu, wi from out of town, and the visiting firemen, most e i e you receive
w om wseit for, the $40 ringideis, accounted for pera cept of the l o b who didn't play this
taiynptout w o ear atm all on the Pthony bLeagueT
W b t whipped ull ," he saId, "was the locita did' support of Teenage team are also an
Immo, this'w h us he. w o u n America to try fair to our boys who gave their orCongaablheunsdr Prizesfrofh C A
to. sel Qockell as auforst able challenger. Besidesrhavin a all during the season? Prancisca Ryes, winner of a Rsdio with tme ticket numbered 76M Contena thedw ofnuary. r
ioo oMatthIews. thelocale couldn't get over the fact ta .Yours f NGot/sousansp ean timennational Lottery Drawing of february 27th,1 alvaderC r t anr
R YMu I'rl t middleweight, had stopped the Dn tesher. flepde of ar Aguadulce Agency makes the deiery. Alelandro A. Duque Jr, Manager of "CA
Thehloeals know all about middleweights. This Is Robo 01.-



h0re1itb 'th1,, obo-e Andwheayoueemelgh0d.-tow


trotheri of 'be Kansas City Ath-
Admittedly Cockell was given a quicker brush by some than letics develuped-Oscar Freulich. ;
Was altogether fair, or even mannerly, but on the wholu our A. At PoettoUtw, Pa.
ycung men had the visitor pegged pretty samctely. ----
After al, he did sget the living daylight punched out of him,
and while Marciano's wild exuberancebe him ito re- hll(
pated fouls, none of which did the tiltor any good. It-well, to
put it bluntly, It wa no contest.
Abe"gt i th e anbeM for Cookel is t.the Sue1 and
fouge than theba Us pond h jo sae r ulB

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Chosen


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A 17-year-old M
has been selected
for the Naval Re
Training Corps pro
it was announced
Canal Zone selecti
Harvey Don Sm
Mr. and Mrs. Hai
of Margarita who
ing Cristobal High
youth.
Harvey is enjoy
rounded extra-carr
as well as being
student. He has
high school bash
captain of the Cris
year. He played w
mian basketball te
and spent two se
High School track
A member of tl
and orcnestra for
years, he recently
ohn Philip Sousa
best band member
Outstanding science
is president of th
Wizzards, a school
Hargey is also a m
National Honor So
Club and treasurer
Senior class.
.Under the NRO1
Sith is eligible f.
college at the expi
8. Navy and then
three years active
Navy. At the end o
years on active dul
o";ion to accept a
contract.
Ye will be commit
up n the completion
et his choice. A se:
aptitude tests and in
be successfully cor
the application read
se'oction board.
He was chosen i
of eight applicants
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AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAP




Panama A


"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" -Abraham Ls u

THIRTIETH YEAR PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, MAY Z1, 1955 I, .. .


ci ~ IAI,1, ~I4 A14 D ~~f~jj


ifai #1 iiuI yvv'uViwi w 'x^w1 VV
q SMITH. JR.


r L Any Formosa Ceasefire Deal
TAIPEI. Formosa, May 21 (UP) Yul said the Nationalists would K. Krishna Menon's mission to He also was reported ready to
F Nationalist Premier 0. K. Yua not agree to a ceasefire in the Peiping and the proposed Western ask for a Geneva-type conference
'said today the results of any in- Formosa Strait since it would fourpower talk, Yui said: to settle the uetlon of Formosa's
or terr5tional conference with Red "recognize the fruits of Comma- "No conference without Na. future- posafl y on basis of a re-
Chlna'-which excluded Nationalist nist aggression." tionalist China will have a right ferendum. ;
SChina would not be recogni zed Asked at a press conference to to discuss matters related to our Diplomatic soures a Tokyo, in-
Cours here. comment on Indian diplomat V. problems. No a reement would clud ng Chinese Nationalists said
ours here. binding on toe Republic of they saw "little hope" for the re-
China." ported Indian plan for a Formo-
He added, "Any internatio na lIsa truce.
conference with the U.S.S.R. will These sources said the'plan call-
argarita youth not contribute to peace." ed upon Nationalist (China to make
as a candidate Red China's Premier Chou En-all the concessions necessary to
serve Offwic e rlai has said his talks with Menon its success.
ogram for 1955, on a solution to the Formosa crisis .
recently by the are going very well. a u n
on board. Abroadcast of the governmentdAMOna e S peeds
ith, Jr., son of of India information service said' oF .m Jw
r.ey Don Smith the Chinese Premier reported the
s now attend- progress of the talks was suchD rve o R
School, is the that one could look to the future ..eweeen. N e
"with hope." IW.. / amS.
yin well Communist Peiping Radio re- wl I IIUI
yin a pr a ported last night Meon was re-
icular program ceived in an almost unprecedent- BONN Germany, May 21 (UP)
an outstanding ed closed-door conference by Chou, -Chancellor ondd Adenauer a
participated in R-sscao In .A.r na ..... "
participated thVice Premier Chen YI and Com- feared to be embarkina today on
etball as the munist Party Chairman Mao Tse- a high-speed drive to rearm West
;tobal the all-Isth- tung. Germany quickly in order to nip
am this season While the nature of the c on. the Soviet campaign to neutralize
asGns with the ference was not disclosed, it was it.
team. presumed the higb.Jevel meeting The chancellor was reported to
wouteam.d concern itself with the For-be deeply perturbed" about the
he school band mosan issue. Kremlin neutralization plan, which
the past four Menon has been In Red China he believes would roa.te a "pow-
received the for more thn a week on a ms. er vacuum" in the mddle of Eu-
award for the daon observers have hoped may rope.
r. Smith is an lead to a meeting of the United In particular he was said to have
Student and ates and Red China on the For. been shaken by Pres. Eisenhower's
e Torrid Zone mesa crialsis and result in the re. press conference statement t h is
science club. .lease of a group of Amerl c a a week that Germany might become
member of the airmen Imprisoned lan Red Ch- part of a nAutral belt between the
city, the "21" na as "sples." East and NWest blocs.
of the 1954-1' ,Diplomatic sources said the con. The chancellor met for the sec.-
So f) terence in' Peiping, as reported end straight day at his black for-
rc prog r a m COIIU1CKI'CAMPAIGNS England's fomme e t by the' Communist Chinese radio, est vacaton retreat at Bush I r
Or four years Sir VrIston Churchill emphasizes a point as he was highly unusual and obviously Roehe with defense chie Theodor
Ise of the U. am .ptary is-election campaign in his WQodford lency. most important since it is virtue. Blank lad i two clef military
is obligated to Chilrchill traded verbal brickbats with Labor leader Clement ly unknown for Mao and Chou to planners.
duty with the Attlee. charging that the latter was "piebald," because he had to meet at the same time with any. Later Neinrich Von Brent a n o,
f his first two shift from Right to Left to accommodate different party factions, one. who is slated to become W ao t
Ly he has the It was reported in New Delhi German foreign minister in the
regular Navy t ** Thursday Menon has advanced a near future when the chancellor
A..lr,,, ., plan for a five-nationp truce com. steps. down from that job, was
issioned ensig Jn iF or e s T W In In g.ri[aIn mission to keep the Communists 'cllosetedalone with Adenauer.
issioned ensign .e .e.w .n e aand Chinese Nationalists Out of a Aides said the talks could con-
ties of college war in the Formosa Strait. tinue throughout the weekend. Next
terviews o mustole week Adenauer has scheduled a
npleted before ue meeting with his three key am-
mpesthed bforer lUS Leads Russia ,In A l Pow rBALBOA TIDES bassadors whom he has summon-
ches the final ed back from Washington, London
from a group o SUNDAY, MAY 22 and Paris to map plans to block
roma Itrop HIGHLOW and neutrality moves at the forth-
to reach ,the LOS ANGELES, May 21 (UP)- power on both sides, the dangers :38 a.m. 9:58W a.m. oming Big Four talks with the
Snfahtan F. Twining said today he we face are not a sreat" 3:3 10.. 9n56 12 m. Flo tkwetsB oI


.Smith is planning to leave the was confident the United States
Canal Zone this fall to attendI was ahead of Russia in air power
nensselaer Polytechnic Instit u t ebut he warned "we must stay I
jp the United States. ahead to remain free." El S k To D o I
E am. I B Addressing an Armed Forces
E pian, Isaeli Day celebration sponsored by the Dear Editor:
LQr Angeles Rotary Club, Gen. The Elks Minstrel thought It
rCej Wt~age Ar.__ Twining expressed "concern" ov- had drawn the curtain on its final
For age ar v advances in the oduc- performance for this year, howev-
es age er Soviet advances in the prdu er, one of our prominent (rather
tion of long-range jet bombers. I abould say very prominent)
uel At a orer .... gentlemen, who had a lot to do
SIn pointing out the necessity of with the Show being the tremend.
GAZA, Egyptian-Israell Pron- staying ahead in the air race, Gen. ous hit that it was, ups and gets
tier, May 21 (Up)-Z yptian and Twining revealed in detail recent himself appointed Chairman of their
Israeli forces fought a two-hour Russian aviation advances. Cancer Campaign for the Atlantic
duraell withfortrsrtille Side of the Isthinus. For you peo.
duel with mortars and artlery pie who do not know about whom
on the border of the bloody Ga- He said that the Soviets, in an I am referring, is none other
sa strip today.. effort to develop something new, than our own Mr. George A. Tul-
The new eenthreak of hostll- turned out turbo-prop aircraft this ly, Jr., most recent Past Exalted
ites between them two nations oc- year Ruler of B.P.O. Elks No. 1542.
curred in the same area near year. Mr. Tully came up with the ve
S sufm and El Balahwhere "But the airplane that gives us ry brilliant idea of having t he
Irael trup an lan outpost real reason for concern," he said, Minstrel put on two benefit shows
blw up an aimed "anoutpost i "is the Soviet long-range jet hea with all proceeds going to the e
on" raid forthe death of threvy bomber. Last year, in the re- Cancer Drive. When he contacted
onraeli officers ine land mine hearsals for May Day, there were te members of the cast their re-
So esday m flights of more of these long range p y was a unanimous and sponta-
b st on .uesday. ... it-.- enough that we have to ac- neous "YES."


An Egyptian military spoces-
-man said Egyptian forces suf-
';red no aates in the sharp
new battle this morning.
But he said the Egyptian guns
were believedato have inflicted
rcualties on the Israelis.
The uptiln spokesman said
te Isr la chrWed the border
Ssix trucka ad tried to attack
sam e outpost they bhit
In Tel Aviv an Israeli mill-
y. ty spokesman said today's
h was started by the E-
ansand that Israel fired
He said the Egyptians
*maeWaie and mortar
o IsrteL a patrol moving
the border and that the
of Israel returned the fire
nd artllry.)


no .Po
VmLsed.


cept a rate of production."
Twining warned that the Rus-
sians have upset the timetable in
aircraft production and a d d ed,
"they have the ability to produce
nuclear weapons and first-c a s
aircraft to carry them."
He said the Soviet advances had
to be taken into account in the
continuous review of our air
strength.
Twining scorned the idea of a
"nuclear stalemate" with Russia
declaring, "there is nothing in his-
tory to Indicate that stalemate is
possible."
He said conditions were cons-
tantly changing in such an arma-
ment race and the problem was
to stay ahead and keep the lead.
He argued against a ban on nu-
clear Weapons, declaring it would
give the Soviets a "tremendous
advantage."
U... I A i ... 11


t Again-For Cancer Fund


Now this Is where you people
on both sides of the Isthmus come,
in. Let's get behind this year's
Cancer Drive and make it the-
most successful that the Can al
Zone has ever had. Let's not be
satisfied with anything less than
100 per cent participation. Always
before when we pushed our tick-
ets for the Minstrel it was be-
cause we felt we had a good the
last act was over.
This time we are pushing the
tickets for one of the most humas
nitarian causes that exist.
This time we are urging you to
purchase a ticket even if you have
seen the show or If you cannot
make the performance, p 1 ea s n
purchase' your ticket and feel
that the $1 that you have contri-
buted will go to help fight one of
the deadliest enemies that society
has ever known.
Only this way can you do yu


dmal part for such a big drive.
The benefit shows will be given
at the Margarita Theater, Friday
VT May 1955 and Saturday 28 May
at the Cristobal High School Au-
ditorium.
'Through coordination of -the At-
lantic and Pacific Campaign Com--
mittees, tickets for the benefit
performance at the Cristobal High
SCLool Auditorium, will be avail-
able to residents of the Pacific
Side who wish to see the show.
(More detailed information "c o n-
cerning this will be published by
the pacificc Side Committee).
A or the Atlantic Side residents,
-tilkets for both performances will
be available from any member of
the east, the Margarita Theater,
the Elks Home and at the door
on the atLe of the shows.
(SgA. WAWr Elks Correspondeat.)


* aHe sad unless all arms were
wayS al bond, it would mean we
he = = have* to increase land, sea
r" 00 We-l fea
de bwwU th Air Force would
an ad l l t -epoiy quadru-
di a h-fc.^^ba Air Commiand.


MN 4. EUROPEAN TRI2 With Pred det* MW
Bfoster Dusef sits behind oe microphone to
a .iW|M^ e radio -and televlao A-dience on-w i.-nne.


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May Help Hqymes FihtDe
SAN F ANCISCO, May 21 (UP) claimed Hayms failed to get a held tht a
-The erment's deportaton formal permit "to re-enter th e ed t soi l of1 .4t;
a O ikass outr. upo n his return from PHFa.P t4 3 al Uin e-
lost d m g today because o a wa oand Itb ue

case of an obscure Filipino fish. Dwever, Federal appellate e e
erman. tour in San Francisco undermin, Phas that if t h e United

band of Aress Rita Hayworth, bane.. down a-decisuion in a case" w
was arrested for deportation on parallel to the Haymes situation. cantrat decision wo hy tme Al.
Aug. 6, 15, a month after his re. The ru in,. by circuit tat e n would t
turn from a whirlwind trip to Ha- Judge William rverad ase.
wail duringWe courtship o fthede tiim aintFr a He voted thafe-HS
wall during his courtship c .the deportation order against Filipino nor Alaska fal lIt nedefi"Atioa
film star. fsprman MAe Raca Alsana a "f f oll utlyg e
He had previously been declar- tra, who leftS to to toAla-- s as a iorn rthe meaning o
ed an alien'Ineligaible for citizen.- ka for the fishing eason and was mcCoarran Act.mu of e
ship because he idiegedly avoided picked up for deportation uponhis A spokesmaforthe U.
the draft in 114 by declaring he return. mi graeto Oe a for the U. S. In -
was a citizen of a neutral coun- The opinion, concurred in by be ..hi..ed. who'decinedto
try. in bybeidentified, alted that the do.
Circuit Judge Walter T. Pope and partmint was Cnmn about th
The U. S. Immigration Servee District Judge Oliver B. fnn, Aantra a s e uect on th
ra y e iat s tr. on
House Democrat Raps Government heanied"'" 's k
S o :r n matter of re-atry of an alien

Ath uchpulou -hoed" Las ca
WASHINGTON, May 21 (UP The ArkAnsas Democrat said a re on ept. 5
A House Deocrat accused th new loophole was made si- bilnt .hn In med of
administration today of "deliber- ble by a Sword proviso in the ad- ta adpa'.Ipd ofp
ately" opening up P second tax ministration'r a tax 1 a-w 'at w 'I h ad.
loophole through which corpora approved last year by t*e GOP- will contact jay lawyr in Wash
tions- could get a windfalll ctrdl Con ffr s.
billions by playing the stock mar- et 6 dIE, Hietaln
ket. "There couldn't be any question' went.en rcon, ru= l
The charge was made by Rep. but that this was deliberately pr.- we apply e.
Wilbur Mills (D-Ark.), a top mem. posed" by the administration "to
ber of the tax-writing House Ways provide a windfall- for corpora-
and Means Committee. tions," Mills told newsmen. Little League:
Calling for immediate repeal of Se said the clause, reversing a Ve
th nprnvio h e said unless 'n. trend of recent a.t d.. i. -
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gross acts the Treasury eventual-
will lose a billion dollars a year
or more.


It was Mills who first brought
out another "loophole" in last
year's catch-all tax bill that Con.
gress is now rushing to repeal.
Treasury Secretary George M.
Humphrey requested -the first
proviso-a tax accounting loop-
hole-that gave an -"unintended"
windfall to corporations.
Mills said he now has written
Humphrey asking him to look into
the new "loophole."'
There was no immediate com-
ment from the Treasury on Mills'
charge.


U.S S. Seeks ist

Of Parley Propoed

By VieHa's Di&M
WASHINGTON, May 21 (UP)
-The United Sttes has asked
Premier Ngo Dinh Diem of
South Vietnam for more infor-
mation on his request that
American ,rtlsh and Frenc~
diplomato'miot.with him in Sai-
gon on "mprtant problems."
The Ul Sttes '*rmed
Diem wBdiy thMt ywuid
co under A oafrenc if Iem
thou ht one absolutely nbces-
But officials felt a conference
might not ne -rtrled once dtm
Y undae tesdsha Mthe tUnt-
ed States had w6n-France over
to fll suodrt, of:tpmge t m 'a
l tovenunoen. .s -
The State. bapaimeuatmaid it
had received a bfrofm Diem
for a "nueeth of reprmnta-
ties of the three powerat 04 i-
gon.1'
But the d. pArtent dd
that -Diem had not peeled -the
'qld' tof the ,ropod mswmag
One report from ag n-
der State DepartmenA study id
Diem wanted a f
twen Screty .of
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empted corporations from all tax-
es on profits made by buying and
later reselling their own stocks.
Such profits now are taxable as
capital gains at a 25 per cent rate.
Mills said many corporations
are holding re-purchased s to c k
and-are in a position to cash in on
the ",tax windtall." But said he was
even more worried over what he
called an "open invitation" to cor,
portions to "speculate in their
own stock and drive the prece
down or up-anything to increase
their, profit."
Mills said the stock provision ap.
plies only to shares Issued by a
corporation and the nre-purchased
or other wise re-acquired and held
in its treasury. It provides any
"gain or loss" resulting fro thep
subsequent re-sale oi such shares
by the corporation shal not -be
coiuted for tax purpose.
The theory is such stock Is not
an asset comparable to holding
shares of stock in another corpor-
ation but is actually part ot the
corporation's own capital struc-
ture.


Girls 5, Boys 2

Seven birth were reported at
Coco Solo.- e hital during the
week ending .t midnight ednes.
day. There were 1 patients ad-
mitted and 70 discharged. One
death was reported;
Babies were b-o to the follow-
ng AmericanM e end:
Mr. and Mrs. James Evans, of
Coco Solifo, daughter; Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard St. John, of Coco
Solito, daughter; CpL and. Mrs.
Alexander Vernon, of Rainbbw Ci.
ty daughter; and W add Mrs.
Wlard Wiersenski, Coeo Solto,
son
S were 11lpr-
ig p -ot P at c nation*
a_: Mr. VMd rs. V.tor Reed,
of lainhow C ay. uhter; Mr.
and Mrs. George B. Jonn. of
Rainbow Cty son; ",-nd i
Irs. Frank H. Brown, o
daughter.


Democrats Seek Senate Okay Of Own

Pay'As-You-Go Road-Builg Bl


WASHINGTON, May 31 (UP)- would oat the government
Demoerate opened a dt e for 11% *ilion dollars in-
Senate page o teir own "Y- 1 Oo r seAr atA-
u- ior" r biui b11a t1l t- R e
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