The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
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Classification:
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System ID:
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.PANAMA, R. P, SATURDAY, ATRIJ. 7, 1951 i

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HER- GRACE

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' GOING TO HER PRINCE Actress Grace Kelly flashes a smile
-' on board the SS Constitution before leaving New York, for
f f Monaco, where she will marry Prince Rainier.

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RUBBER HEELS PEAR NECTAR,
TACKS, SANDPAPER CODFISH

PCTo Auction

. 7

notne trolne ffone f

Next Saturday April 14, Rich Richard
ard Richard Chessori, auctioneer for the
Storehouse Division, will again
pound his Ravel and auction otf
to the highest bidder a collection

of miscellaneous items ana.sur

Dlu. furniture being" placed on

sale by the Panama Canal com company.,
pany., company., ,'

' The Items to be sold have been
divided into 280 lots and ranee
from one case of rubber heels to

453 cases of pear nectar, and

from upholstery tacks to agricul agricultural
tural agricultural sprayers.

. Most of the customers, now
ever, probably will be interest
ed in the wide selection of sur

plus furniture and In the vari various
ous various lots of unidentified Items
of personal property including
suitcases and a steamer locker
and their contents.

12-Point Program OrCd

By Two Local-Rate Unions

a snnkpsmnn for the adminis

trative committee of Local MO
omrnn afi. & CIO. announced

today that at the last session the
members of the committee ap approved
proved approved a'12-polnt program, set-

tins; iortn ma oojecuc vi
organization.

Ti nrnvram' was later tP-

nrnvKri and endorsed by Local

907. Both unions have agreed to
ronrriinate -their activities and

assist veach other In achieving
these objectives, v
In addition, the administra

tive, committee decided to pay

bers are invited to attend these,

meetings, urged to ask questions
set forth their opinions on the

situation, and decide whether

they approve the actions taken
by the administrative commit committee,
tee, committee, .-v

A similar meeting will be held
at Gamboa at a later date.
1. Promote the Interest of or organized
ganized organized labor.. -:

J. Continue to press for Im Improved
proved Improved wages and working con conditions.
ditions. conditions. : .- ...

Fourth Straight
Dav Of Firing

Rocks Gaza Strip

The furniture include 1 com. ., W, VAlnat the 3. aiatutory j minimum wage

Mrnnm -h. rh 'it h-' r,r w.k" .hunir- lor we wanai aone,

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G0ODBY KISS FOR NEW YORK Grace Ke Hy blows a farewell kiss from the 83 Consti Constitution
tution Constitution as liner leavei New York for: Monaco. With Miss Kelly are her parents, Mr. -and Mrs,
John Kelly. .. ,,. ;

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plete bedroom sets, each set be

ing made uo of a singu bed with

spring, a single mattress, a. met-

ai dresser and a night table:

nine dining room sets of table,
chairs and sideboard; hundreds
of single metal beds, both couch1

type and regular type; dressers
and tables of wood and metal,

sideboards, metal ice refrigera refrigerators,
tors, refrigerators, single mattresses, metal
chiffoniers, family dressers, hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of wooden chairs v of rail
types and a number of single ta tables
bles tables for the kitchen,' the? parlor
and bedroom.

Miscellaneous items Include

nylon piece goods, upholstery

material, iron ware, sandpaper,

engine parts, electric meters

canned goods creosote, floor re-

sunacer material, paint materi

ais including paint brushes ana

10 boxes of codfish ..
- In addition tWe will be
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4 us I 1 t M'it
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Prosoectlve liidden are ureed

to inspect the property offered

ior sale prior to makine bids.

-inspection oi tne items to be
auctioned mav be made between

the hours of 7 and 11 a.m. and

13 noon to 4 pjn, on April 11,
12, and IS.

The auctions Is scheduled to

Deem at 9 a.m. Saturday. 'Anril

it, ana win. conunue until ait

items are sold.

On the dav of the auction.

however, the building will be
open by 7 a jn. and all persons
expecting to make bids are re requested
quested requested to. come early so that

they may be registered and giv given
en given a number.

Bids can be made by any
employe of the Panama Canal
Company-Canal Zone Govern
ment, Army, Navy or Air Force
and by any resident of tbe Re Re-publ'e
publ'e Re-publ'e of Panama, who accord according
ing according to the Treaty, has the priv priv-liege
liege priv-liege of participating In a sale
of this type. '..
Successful bidders will be re

quired to deposit at least 20 cer

cent of the value of the Items

bought with lull payment to be
made prior to the release of the

property,

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GRACE KELLY'S FAMILY Sailing from New York aboard the SS Constitution are members
of Grace Kelly's family. From left to right: her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Levine; her sister, Mrs. George Davis and her daughters, Mary Lee and Meg Davis,
who will be flower girls at the -wedding; and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly.

organization which were incur

red by the former aamuusu aamuusu-tion;
tion; aamuusu-tion; whenever It is possible to
do so. The committee also plans
hv infnrm- tn membership -In

detail of those liabilities Which
would be scheduled for payment

In th nronosM budiet. in or

der that the membership will be

made aware Of the true tacts as

the committee has xouna mew

to be.

Thnmmlt.te also aoDrovea

ihs nnllirv nf oreanlzine accord

ing to group, occupational or dl dl-vUlnnnl
vUlnnnl dl-vUlnnnl interests which-Will be

carried ouj gradually. Under this
new. phase of organizing, it is

felt that the memoers in -a par particular
ticular particular division or classification
will get more service and have
their problems aired completely

and at -th same time create a

closer relationship between me
membership and the leadership.

.Moeti, s .Jch are scheduled

to b held to inform -the mem

bershio of the true status of Lo

cal 100 are;.

Paralso 'Service center, 7:30

p.m. April 10. ',; :

Rainbow C 1 1 Gymnasium
7:30 p.m., April 13. .. ...

j Pacific Service j Center, 7:30

p.m., April it.
AH members and non-mem-

JERUSALEM (Israeli sector), April 7 (UP) Big guns
blazed on the Gaza strip border for the fourth straight day
today. The shooting spread to Israel's border with Syria.
For the first time since the Gaza shelling started
Wednesday gunfire rattled in the north; Israel charged

4. -Higher Administrative Mi- ,,u" u' K" H '' "wu. ...
nlmum wage for the Canal ZoneJdea Of Galilee early this morning.
5. Promote the establishment! I- ,,.J k II Kl Mlv.J Ari: rm.

of a minimum wage In the Re' ...' x- 1 li
public. -k Imission today that Jordan guns tired on Israeli hikers 1.1

,?Kifgt ta.Ifetri,,of le?allthe Bison valley yesterdayand that Jordanian snipers
publications and public rela-i j 1 j vr
tions activities appropriate to'opened up on a guard at an Israeli dam.

tne union, 1 t ...

. v ,. 1 nut tne Dig iiuut in uic biiuvi.-
7. Engage on a laree scale In ng. caused at least 67

legislative acUvltv on matters 0f;"Por"a.aeauls. ims.w.e.eic w"

Interest to non-U.S. c 1 1 1 s e n

workers in the Canal Zone.

8. Provide' maximum services

commensurate to dues navments.

and benefits to union members.

9. Promote the establishment

of an employe co-operative for.

memoers 01 botn local unions.
10. Develop a social and edu educational
cational educational program for employes
and their families, r' v-,
11. Ure ihr Ti?"nrh fS'-
t-. 1 er.f. to z nue ts 1 1 '. v a

gitat ro'tt in n.iiwi-.g the unions
with-representation In Wash Washington
ington Washington and press for the derel

opment -of an : expanded low-

cost housing program in the Re Republic,
public, Republic, etc etc. 4
. 12. Seek assistance from and
utilize the services and advices
from officials of Polnt-4, CARE,
GCEOC, the AFL CIO and all
other agencies connected with
the Panamanian and U.S. gov governments
ernments governments to put over this pro program.
gram. program. -5

still at Gaza, where both Egypt

and Israel accused each outer 01
renewing the fight

sualties included eight children
and 32 women.
Israel placed Its losses at tl.rte
dead and six wounded, including
four civilains.
A spokesman said Israeli loss losses
es losses were lieht because settler imi

An Egyptian spokesman said j shelters when the alarm a as

Israeli euns flrea first on an sounded

Egyptian position at Beithanoun,
or uamra.

An official U.N. report, tr-d
on tabulations by truce odmhytis
in the area, save EtrVDtii. i

as 69 dead, including ; ga

Ervntlan troons were "forced

to retaliate.'- ne saia. ana winieiib iwna, ine u.n. oreaKaow;; i

shooting lasted from 7 a.m. to lOivilian casualties listed ?-

m .. u .1" '1

' 115 womnj iir-i ,n

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Ivil-(n

Then, early till alterntn.. ac-.A.oj ui

Gen. McCarr"'

Leaves Monday

On Five-Day Tour

MiI. Gen. Lionel C- McGarr.

comminding general U. S. ; Army
Caribbean, is scheduled to leave
the Canal Zone Monday moraine:

for. a five-day inspection tour of

U. S. Army Military Mission acti

vities in Honduras, El Salvador!
and Guatemala, Army headquart

ers announced today.

thhrAoY Leaves
FrbndlyBrilain,;
Fbslkppilyllenie:
LONDON, April T (UPJ -Georgi
Malenkov flew happily back to
Russia' today with a friendly good goodbye
bye goodbye from Britain. ...

Malenkov finished his t h r e it it-week
week it-week goodwill tour of the- British
Isles" by boarding Russia's big,
new Tu-104 jet, which arrived here
two days ago to return him to

Moscow. ;
It will return In 13 days bearing
Premier Nikolai Bulganin and par party
ty party secretary Nikita Khrushchev,
both of whom will find that Ma Malenkov
lenkov Malenkov effectively laid the ground groundwork
work groundwork for their visit. j
The 1 one-time Rtssian premier
surprised his British hosts by pre presenting
senting presenting a pleasing, smiling and
impressive appearance during a
jammed visit that included every everything
thing everything from visits to power stations

to quotations of Burns and unprc

Rescu3 Crash Boat

Rushes To Aid
01 Strerd Boat

An Albrook'rescue crash boat
Is rushing to the aid of a tuna

boat belonging to the inter inter-American
American inter-American Tropical Tuna Com

mission working under Point IV,!

when u stranded about 10 mues
south of 8an Jose Island this
morning after developing engine
trouble. t
American skipper of the ship,

Tony Landa, and four crewmen

were reported aboard tne dis distressed
tressed distressed vessel, k floating labor laboratory
atory laboratory for marine ufe
Word was received that the

tuna boat was In trouble through

the Rescue coordination center

which early this morning dis

patched an SA-18 to the area.

Visibility wa poor at 8 a.m., but
the stranded vessel was sighted

bv the nlane.

The rescue center then order ordered
ed ordered a boat from their 3rd Crash
Resr.u unit to leave for the aren.

Plans at nress time were to

cedented,. free-swinging press con-tow the disabled vessel to San

ierence. Jose isiana. (

ex-

aui

cording to Egyptian spokesmen,
Israelis opened tire with Auto Automatic
matic Automatic weapons on an Egyptian
position guarding a refugee re

serve at Bureije. The snooting
continued through the after

noon, the -spokesman said.

The Israeli military spokes

man, Col. Nehemia-Brosh, charg

ed Egyptian rifles and macmne macmne-guns
guns macmne-guns opened fired at 7 ajn. in
the Kissufim area..

Two hours later, Brosh said,
the Egyptian positions loosed
new volleys on Israeli positions
in the Mefalis and Erez areas.

There was no mention of casual-

Ues.
The death toll In (wo days of

artillery duels along the Gaza

Strip reached 67. Another 108 cl

vilians and troops were wounded
in the worst outbreak of Arab-

Jewish warfare this year.
An official Eevotian communl

que yesterday reported 69 civiM

lans and four soldiers were kui-

ea in Tnursdays israen pom.

bardment of the Gaza Strip, the
worst trouble-spot on the Arab Arab-Israeli
Israeli Arab-Israeli frontiers, Egypt said one
soldier was killed today. The ci civilian
vilian civilian dead included 28 men, 27
women and four children.
The Cairo announcement said
102 oersons were wounded, in

cluding 93 civilians. Civilian, ca- ed it felt both were responsible

An Israeli snokesman s?rtci

ithtie ,was "no conceivable ex

cuse" tor tne outbids but
uiamed it on Egypt. He accused
the Egyptians ui almost dai:y
shooting attacks across the do do-raarcation
raarcation do-raarcation line.
The United Nations headquar.
ters here refused to pin the

uiamc on eitncr siQc out inaica

the field of planes and missiles. duce even farther already-dim hop-

rne joint cruets of stau re- es 01 an income tax cut tins year.

1 T 1 1

uemucrauc aemanas ior mgner

defense spending have been

Increase Oi M
For 'Critical Items Sought By Ike

" WASHINGTON, April 7 (UP)' race with Russia-particularly In ed budget. However It would re-

Fresident Eisenhower will -ask
Congress soon to step up military
appropriations for "critical items
such as planes and possibily guid guided
ed guided missiles, congressional sources
said today.
The exact amount of the in increase
crease increase was not revealed. But some

informed sources said they expect
it to be "auite larse."

The President's defense budget Chiefs.

lor fiscal 1957, starting j July 1,
calls for 351 billion dollars in
overall, spending, of which $6,800, $6,800,-000,000
000,000 $6,800,-000,000 would eo for plane buying

and about $1,300,000,000 for guided
.missiles..' .' ';-
Democrats have assailed the ad administration's
ministration's administration's military program as
too little. Some have charged this
country is lagging in the arms

viewed the nation s defense pro program
gram program at a secret conference in
Puerto Rico last month.
Rep,, George H. Mahon (D-Tex.),
chairman of .a House Appropria Appropriations
tions Appropriations subcommittee studying the
military budget, said his group is

awaiting a report from the Joint

He told the. United Press he
understands the administration is

taking an "additional look at the
budget" and that "something is

in the works." ...
There was no immediate indica indication
tion indication what effect a defense spend

ing boost would have on the ad ad-ministration'r
ministration'r ad-ministration'r precariously balanc-

strengthened i by statements of
Trevor Gardner, former assistant
Air Force, secretary. Gardner, an

Eisenhower appointee, quit last

February with a blast at .what he

called insufficient emphasis on de

velopment of new weapons, partic

ularly long-range bombers and

missues,

Sen." Richard B. Russell (D-Ga.V

chairman of the Senate Armed

Services Committee, has asked the
Air Force to give a breakdown
on what it would do with an extra

11 billion dollars if Congress
voted it. -1

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GRACE jCAUSES TRAFFIC JAM -- Grace Kelly causes a traffic Jam of cameramen as they
struggle to take pictures of her aboard the 8S Constitution prior to her departure from New
York for Monaco. It was one of the most jam -packed assignments they ever experienced, ac according
cording according to some of the photographers.

an dsraeli

hit on hospital. Egyi.
two hospitals were destroy
Israeli guqfire.-

Both Egypt and Israel

cnangea angry charges

tnreats.
Israel accused Eevnt nf mi:s.

Ing troopg on uie poraer and
kgypt reuined tne lsi aelis at a
just looking ior war." n

tgypt warned the entire Egyp Egyptian
tian Egyptian $u-my wouid open up n u3

lsraeu cuns were hot sliencea.

Israel told U.N. oillcials i
guns woum repiy whenever tna

Egyptians iireu first.

Egyptian spokesmen accirrj
Isrei ,pt launching an "inexcua-

aoie ana premeaiuted" nuai s
in Thui'saay's bombardment.
Tney chaiged tne lact that t:
Israeus cnose marwn(t day m
r e t u g e e-pacxed Gaza ;
"proor they wanted to kill i s i
lajgebt possible number ot ci- :
viaana.

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FLOWER FOR GRACE Jessica Faraday presents a white
carnation to Grace Kelly as she leaves her New. York residence
to board the S3 Constitution for her voyage to Monaco-and
marriage to Prince Rainier. w.v-'

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TES PANAMA AMERICAN
AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NF5VSPAPE3
SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 19;

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THE PANAMA

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If VM ceatriiata Itttcr aaal

Lattan or aualtthts ia tfca SfW MCtivM.
luu try Is kta Iks latter K-rtaS r mm HK feaflth.
" MtRtity Wrttr wriHn is Mi la itricfn caafidaace.
Thit mvimM enaaaas as leisaaiiaillty 1st ttsrtaMari at eMeM
tRtrtuMl is lattai frsm Maden.
i HE MAIL BOX

FUND FOB BOMBERO
Sir: ,.'
We the members of Canal Zone Local 13, International
Assn. of Fire Fighters, have been asked by the Club de-Clasea,
Cuerpo de Bomberos, Panama, to assist them in the following
undertaking.
A memoer of their organization, Orlando de la Otiardla,
suffered a heart attack during the parade of November 4, 1955
in Panama and another on March 2, 1956. He has been em employed
ployed employed by the UJS. Army at the Las. Cruces motor pool and
therefore was taken to Gorgas Hospital. The medical report
from Gorgas states that he Is in need of cardiac surgery and
that no facilities are available on the Isthmus to perform this
operation.
As a result It will be necessary for him to' go to the
United States for the operation. We believe that this can be
accomplished for the sum of $1500. At present we hope to be
able to send Mr. De la Guardia to Philadelphia, Penn., for
this operation. This amount would cover his transportation,

hospitaLnd post operative expenses. :
I Our secretary, Joseph F. Dolan of Balboa and the presi president
dent president of -the Club de Clases, Ruperto Cleghorn, have made ar arrangements
rangements arrangements with the Chase Manhattan Bank, Balboa, to estab establish
lish establish a fund for this purpose, to be known as the De la Guar Guardia
dia Guardia Fund. Any and all checks drawn against tilts' fund must
be endorsed by both these men.
'We are hereby making an appeal to the general public
for contribution, to this fund in order to restore Mr. De la
Guardia'i health -and to prevent his wife and children from
:bscominjr deprived of the family wage earner. Contributions
ran be made direct to this fund at the Chase Manhattan
Rank, Balboa branch., or to the, Club de clases, Cuerpo de
i Bomberos, Panama or Local 13, Box 1059 Balboa, Canal Zone.
' Local 13 is very happy to ooen this fund with our contri contribution
bution contribution of $100 and we have already received $10 from Post
No. l The American Legion. All contributions will be acknowl acknowledged
edged acknowledged through the local press.

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FRITZ MARTl'S
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gAVmy A v w a H n"u I r
Ithrough the Mall Box, the. following letter telling about his

tasrd Birthday, celebrated March
iin El
Ha to del Volcan, Chlrlqui:

;year nena;
.1 Your cute and lolly birthday message made me very happy,
Clod Bless yon for Jt.:..,. ,. ";' ....
It I don't know why so many people did come to wish me a
" appy birthday, and bringing presents and flowers and blrth-
t "r'tn aiternoonS there". w some I-fcad. to-talk in
. rench, others Bpanlsb, f hers German, others Swltaer Dutch

i. Roma school children did

i "owers, then standing In a line and singing in English; "Happy
!wirthdav dear Papy. happy birthday to you."
H WeU dear Mr.lhounj -life if -U11 wet, if you put a lit-
fit sugar in it .,
J! Greetings,

U; S: Ts?T'AG Ej
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"UP FROM SLAVERWThls'sump is being Issued to mark
the 100th birthday of Booker T. Washington on April 18. It fea-
' hires a log cabin similar to the one in which the famous Negro ;
educator was born a slave at Hale's Ford. Va; Washington at attended
tended attended Hampton Institute after the Civil War and was graduated
with honors. He later founded Tuskegee Institute for Negroes in
Alabama. Author of several books, Washington died Nov. 14,
115. The stamp will go on sale in Virginia on April 8.

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Atlas Club
Fndqy and-Sturday night
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.For a real

1 fknwnbsiA
' We Have Two Shows Nightly
And It's Smart and Economical to Say
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R. G. Condon,
President, Local 13
I.A.F.F., Canal Zone.
BIRTHDAT PARTY
t.h man- friends nf Fritz Marti.
23, in the cosy Maru coinage
El Volcan, March 23, 1956
come toll dressed up nd brlnglnr
to Jths
mod time

Labor News
V And 'V-: :
(loiument

Br VICTOR RIESEL
Across the underworld's elec
tronically swift communications
system, the word has flashed that
ue government is out to get the
summertime.
. The government wants to smash
what has been described as a Dan Dangerous
gerous Dangerous combine between "big time
labor leaders and known criminals
which threatens a revival of boot
leg era lawlessness."
So the mob is checking its own
security system. It is looking for
leaxs, wtucn it has begun to plug
with lead. The mob inside labor
is no different. It too. wants to
protect, its terruic take, so, it's
time to outline exactly how a
racket works, inside labor. Just
now aoes ue moo mate money
out of labor?
Take the milk trucking busi
ness, for example. A tanker truck
filled with milk is worth over
$2,000. The same truck loaded with
cream costs anywhere from $10,-
000 to $12,000 wholesale. Threat
of delaying delivery has brought
some Teamsters' officials tens of
thousands of dollars.
This money has been mulcted in
Jersey, New England and the New
York milkshed. How do you delay
a truck? You put sugar in the
gas tank, or emery dust in the
engme, or kerosene in the milk.
The records are in government
files.
Or. for example, you and your
family eat eggs hundreds of
them a year. Big trucks haul them
in from all over the nation. If the
shippers don't pay up to the mobs,
the crates are dropped. The trucks
stall. A driver gets sick enroute.
The truck takes the wrong road,
or goes over onto the son shoulder.
Those eees that don't break-can
spoil hi the heat. The records ot
such cases are also in government
files.
How do you pay up? Your truck
comes into the major mancei-
place of a city. The driver is ap approached
proached approached and told to hire special
men to ehlo him unload. Now, he
dowesn t have to hire tnese men
but if he doesn't, he just won't get
to the right position at the unload unloading
ing unloading platforms of the big warehous warehouses.
es. warehouses. And his truck may cot get un unloaded
loaded unloaded for days, f
The eees or whatever other
Wood he's shipping spoil.' The
pattern is all the same, me records
are in the courts ot tne una.
There're still plenty of muscle-
men around, and they can put
acid on dresses or "sunk bombs
on food or in restaurants. But
that's crude. The dress trucking
racket works ; another way these
days. .. ... ....
The,-boys form -associations.
Dress manufacturers who vnever
beloneid to. w even; heard of these
"associations" are told Jo join if
they' don't want trouble r if they
want to have a steady 'supply, of
labor which shows collusion
with mma local unions.
Th "association." controlled 01
course, by the big time mobs
"suggests' to each manufacturer
which trucking company he should
hire Otherwise,- trouble. Once
the producer is signea up wiu
snecul mon-irucsinK company,
h can't chanee to any other
and no other truck company wui
"ninte" his business.
Favored truckers are permitted
by local unions to operate non
union and with only a small num.
ber of employes. This puts the
other trackers at a competitive
disadvantage wherever there Isi
room tor competition:
Then there are the tough boys
in the garment area who move
in as partners of legitimate busi businessmen.
nessmen. businessmen. v
They not only move in and say
fh-'r nart of the firm when
they're not wanted or needed but
they won't even let the original
Skilled owner go out oi Business.
There's one multi-million dollar
ladies' garment firm owned by an
elderly man. The mobs moved in
on him 20 years ago. They just told
him they were his partner. Today
the old man wants, to retire. They
won't let him.
The biggest shot in the arm to
smaller hoods has been the influx
of non-English speaKing rueno
Ricans into mg eastern ciues.
These poor workers rarely know
what is happening because of lan language
guage language difficulties; and because
they're understandably frightened
of the new land and its processes.
They are literally bought and
'The boss Is forced by local
unions, many of them phoney, to
nay the dues and initiation fees of
the Puerto Ricans. This money is
taken out of their wages. No meet meetings
ings meetings are called. No union really
exists. The boys pocket most of
the money simply because they
"own" a charter.
The mobs prey mostly on small
w.i .. Th rin't tackle the
i .tx.1 nr' auto industries -, which
liare the "territory" of the gamb gamb-llintf
llintf gamb-llintf combines in the b&Planta
so they terrorise the little feUows
I with picket lines and the sale of
. easy wage contracts. Fight and
I youe Picketed, Sign and they'll
go easy on wages and other con-.
iiditions.
l ah .1.... nif R
hundred more
Mil UICBB
IlrackeU prosper m aooiuou i
M .... A.

lithe welfare ana ."-" i
Ir I The government is helpless
'most of the time because the busi busi-.
. busi-. ,ness men are frightened most of
!the time and won't give evidence,
i. I But now the federals are moving.
.The lid will be ripped open if
I the vicUmiied businessmen wul
talk.

SLIGHTLY DILAYED
I BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (UP)
honeht a new auto
mobile for his wife, but she had to
wait awhile before she could use
it i ncurr was driving it borne

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V
GOROKA. New Guinea Ian
raireiy Graham Downs is a
stocky, short-nosed blue-eyed Scot
with a Royal Australian Navy
background, and 22 vears as a
New Guinea hand, ranging from
caaet patrol officer before the war
to recent district commissioner of
this area. j --:.. ,t
He was standini outside his un
finished plywood house. He was
smoking a cork-tipped cigaret
until it was burning his. lips, and
he was wearing neat gray-flannel
shorts, blue knee-stockings, and a
sports shirt.
"When' we finish buying the
food," he said, ''we'll get Into
town. There s a sort of doings on
at the golf club, but I always buy
the food the locals bring in. One
reason,, it's a close -market for
thtm.v Another T that If they're
assured of a fair rice., one sweet
day this daily purchase might just
possibly insure my labor supply,",
tuown employs 75 to 100 natives
on his coffee plantation.)
The customers trooped up the
hill, on which Downs' property sits,
with a staggering view of moun
tains. The customers were about
300 in number, evenly divided into
maries,- which are women; pica pica-nins,
nins, pica-nins, or babies, and man, which
are men.' y ;
The maries were all naked, bar
a strip of fiber in front and behind.
The men had a fiber strip in front.
and a clump of green leaves be
hind
"Only place in the : world,"
Downs said, "where you can pick!
WASHINGTON (NEA) Re-

form of U.S. election laws to elira-jdidate. The limits on a Senate
inate undue influence by lobbyists! candidate's spending are from $10,

disguised as campaign contribu.
tors presents Congress with a dou double
ble double riddle. And the two parts are
contradictory. v ,,y
The first Is how to permit can candidates
didates candidates for federal office to spend
more money on their campaigns.
The second is how to limit fat
cats who have always made bis
; political contributions so that
they won't give so much.
At the same time, there's a Tan Tan-tic
tic Tan-tic search on-for incentives to
make more average citizens give
more small contributions to make
up the money needed to finance
costlier campaigns.
At first glance, this does not
seem to make sense. But the para-,
dox is based on two political real realities.
ities. realities. On the first point, campaigning
today costs more. On the second
point, big contributions are regard regarded
ed regarded as exerting too much Influence
on legislation, -.u VvK'vVfc''
That's what's suspected of, hav having
ing having happened in getting- Congress
to pass the natural gas bill. Pres President
ident President Eisenhower had to veto it
for this reason. This opened up the
whole field of campaign financing
to investigation by the McClellan McClellan-Bridges
Bridges McClellan-Bridges lobbying committee.
cxisung law puts a inree-mu-

lion-dollar limit on the amountmaximum for each party in 1956.

spent by any one political organ-

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Way To Market

By BOB RUARK
yourself 1 new Pair of cants in
the morning."
The men came along only as
escorts..' They were fierce-looking,
some painted, many with a circle
of pig's tusks through the septums
of their noses,' some with plumes
stuck through the top of the noses,
all 'smeared with pig's fat, some
smeared with ash for mourning,
others with fingers chopped off
for mourning. .- w,v .......
Some of the men wore shell ath
letic-supporters, and some had
necklaces of possum tails. Most
carried hatchets and ripping knives
stack into leather belts.
The maries carrfed net bags
with as much as 75 pounds of
kau-kau (sweet potatoes), or Irish
potatoes hanging down from their
foreheads. They wore circlets of
gold-lip peart shell around1 their
Other, carried faggots of sugar
cane and bags full of the commer commercial
cial commercial passion fruit, which goes to
make soft drinks. Some carried
garden truck, which Downs would
jerk a thumb at, and say, "Im, he
stoo lonir eook-boy.V meaning to
itake the stuff for personal use in
Uic uivucu.
Downs had stacks of shillings
and sixpence on a packing easel
located behind a mgn-nangmg
scale.- Meekly and in good order.
the maries would approach with
their bags of produce, and Down's
assistant, a "turnim-talk," or in interpreter,
terpreter, interpreter, would heft them onto
the scales. Downs computed ra
pidly and spun a coin or coins at
the owner.

Campaign Costs
By PETER EDS0M

ization backing a presidential can
uuu to a,uw, ai ue rate oi uiree
cents for each voter in the last.
election. For House of Representa-
tives candidates the limits are

$2,500 to $5,000. i ;s J l v funds as they chose. This will be
' changed to put a $10,000 ceiling
These ceilings apply to Npvera- on the total amount any one con con-ber
ber con-ber elections only. They do not trihutor could give and force him
apply to primary elections, on to report all his contributions on

which mere are no limits. 'a consolidated statement
But all limits are more or lessi

openly evaded. Duplicate political

committees are iormea. umtruKat Jio.ooo a year.

utors mans muiupie aonauons
through "dummies," who are pri
vately repaid. :r:-T-.......-,-.i
So the Johnson-Knowland b-t-which
now has 80-odd sponsors and
would pass in a minute if put to
a vote --. proposes a ceiling on
campaign expenses of 20 cents for
each voter in the last election, with
a maximum of $75,000 in 'Senate
races and $15,000 in House of
Representatives races.
An earlier bill introduced by Sen.
Thomas C. Hennings, Jr., (D-Mo)
would put the ceiling at 10 cents
a vote,, with a Senate maximum
of $50,000 and House maximum of
$12,500., :-o----.4A-f.
- Both the Hennings and Johnson-
Knowland bills would limit nation
al committee campaign expenses
to 20 cents for each vote, in pre previous
vious previous presidential elections. This
would mean a 12-mullon-dollar
As for campaign contributions,

or a Zpg?"

He only turned one person away,
a man with a bunch .of overripe
bananas. "Banana im he sunk.
rausim?" he said, or "Take it
away.
A picanin came shyly with 'some
scraggly lettuce.
"I'll buy," Downs said, and then
addressed the "turnim-talk." "Tell
him, damn your eyes,", he said
gently. Dis fella let's he no man
vet. Sunnose'm ha ston moa knf
ground, he grow strong belly be belong
long belong im.'" -.:.
He turned to me and said), "Next
ume we get better neaas in tne
ienuce.: ft.,?.'.;;-..';':s, v -.
As Downs bought he counseled
on agricultural techniques, on sup
ply and demand, and out- ot
hundred barterers there' never was
an argument. Downs boueht prod
uce, too small ., for .payment in
money. "Im he kissim sal," he
said, or "We pay or that m salt."
At the-end, all was bought; for
immediate use. for extra sale, ex-
cannibal mouths spread in smiles,
and the red-noe-piinted warriors
took their maries and went down
the hjll, to the road Downs made
them build for their own benefit.
I thought of the Inequality of
Downs, Mrs. Downs, and myself
among 300 savages, and remem remembered
bered remembered that he once assembled
10,000 warriors in a spectacular
display of arms. My respect for
Ian Downs, and for Mrs.Dowas,
soared, because the' same people
were shooting arrows at them just
the other day.
, the Johnson-Knowland bill orieinal
ly retained the present limit of
; $5,000 from any giver to any one
poiiucai luno.
But donors could give as many
five-grand contributions to at manv
The Hennings bill puts this limit
This provision is not liked by
individuals wno nave been big,
multiple-gift contributors in the
past, by the Johnny-come-lately
union labor political action funds.
nor the candidates who have to
finance their campaigns. It may
tnereiore be presumed to be a
dead duck, though it would make
politics more respectable.
The Hennings bill proposes that
tne first sioo of any political con
tributions be made deducible for
income tax Purposes. The John
son-Knowland biu follows this pat pattern,
tern, pattern, but may be changed to allow
a $10 tax credit on ail political
aonauon;i.....si...,..1u.;j,1...,;
Both proposals are considered
good first steps toward encourag encourag-ig
ig encourag-ig more small contributions to
political campaign funds. But they
by no means offer a complete an answer
swer answer on how to clean op political
funds and end lobbying through
campaign contributions.

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f.lEnnY-Go-Roo
y PHEW PEAK SOM

WASHINGTON If
to investisata
larities, you should investigate a
doctor, a small businessman, or
an unimportant congressman. Don't
tangle with a big corporation or
luieui congressman.
mat is the advice I would riv
internal revenue agents who want
to go places.
to illustrate, here is the careful
chronological record of internal
revenue agents in Texas when thv
tried to investigate the taxes of
me niggest contracting firm in
the South, Brown and Root, which
built the Corpus Christi N val air
base, the Marshall Dam, part of
lk i. IM
uiB present ua. .navai and air
Oases In SDain and whos nartnAn
dominate Texas Eastern Pipeline,
Algonquin Pipeline and Texas East Eastern
ern Eastern Production, v 1
On June 22. 1942. the tax avAnt
first met in San Antonio. Those
present were George K. De Shazo,
W. C. Jackson. E. C. Wernor and
William Belaote. They worked un under
der under special agent James C Coon Coon-er
er Coon-er in charge of intelligence in Tex Texas
as Texas and Louisiana. Later, scents
A. X Smith, William Malone and
Alexander Morris joined in the
case.'-' r ..-i ,-,.;..
On Oct 23. after manv -weeks
of digging, the agents discovered
evidence of a false profit distrihn-
tion by a Brown and Root subsid subsidiary,
iary, subsidiary, Victoria Gravel Co., in the
form of fictitious lawyer's fees to
VJ 1 1 L.'.L
ugar juuoieiui, wucn 1 ne usea
for contributions to the Lyndon
Johnson senatorial campaign, as
previously reponea in wis col
umn. 5-.";'
BROWN AND ROOT- COMPLAIN
Oct 20 A call came to Dallas
from Commissioner of. Internal
Revenue Guy Helvering in Wash
ington that Brown and Root com
plained the tax probe was hinder-
7 .1 1 m..
mg incir war wors. ine agents
were instructed to hold up their
investigation pending further word
from Washington. The complaint
in mrasouiEiou came unmeaiateiy
after Brown and Root s attorney.
Edgar Montelth, was interviewed.
' Nov. 24 Special agent in charge
Cooner received a message from
chief of intelligence W, H. Woolf
m Washington, not to openly-re-sume
the investigation until you get
the go-ahead from Washington.
Dee. 17 Dallas was instructed
to send the entire Brown and Boot
file to Norman Cann, assistant
Commissioner of Internal Revenue
in Washington.
Jan. 12. 1943 Agents w. V. jack-
son. J. M. -Cooner and E. C. Wer
ner were ordered to Washington
and held three days of conferences
with Cann and Chief of Intelligence
Woolf. ;k UJ, :'.,.
Jan.' 14Assistant. Commission
t-Cann. instructed the agents, to
proceed with the Brown and Root
ease but to be 'diplomatic'.1!. They
were to interview no outside wr
sons,- only, those within the Brown
ano; Root organization.
' June 23 After six months of
"diplomatic" investigation, during
which various irregularities, pre
viously reported in this column,
were uncovered, the agents were
again summoned to. Washington.
They were finally instructed to
complete weir- investigation of
Brown and Koot s boons for the
years 1940-41 and to 'make such
inquiries as necessary tor a com complete
plete complete investigation.
MORGENTHAU SAYS GO-AHEAD
i During the ensuing months. Rev
enue Agents began digging into the
big bonuses paid to Brown and
Root executives, either just prior
to or during the. Lyndon Johnson
primary. Bonuses to executive are
a frequent device used oy corpo corporations
rations corporations to make campaign contri
butions; and the agents were
interested in the following large
bonuses: .'...-'.:
W. A. Woolsey, vice president,
$45,000. L. T. Bonn, vice presi president
dent president $25,000; J. M. Dellinger, vice
president, $28,800; Robert Thom
Girts and Boys
ACROSS
1 One of the
Crosby boyr
4 She had a
little lamb
I Tense
13 Grow old
4 Latin
children's ;
mother
Wing-shaped
6 Wakener
TSUU
Baked day.-:
"Century Plant .,'
14 Nested boxes loProd
15 SbtU,,"-" Girls' and
Williams borf
It Redundancy playthings
18 Tray 17 Monster
20 Heredity unit 19 Mercenary
21 Air (prefix) 23 Audible
i 22 Auricles 24 Tallow
24 Endorse (prefix)
J 28 Heraldic band 25 Girl's name
27 Consumed
30 Hire
32 Indians
34 Popular girls
35 Theater
attendants
38 Vert suffix
39 Sea eagle
40 Trousers
support
41 Wine cup
42 Coral island -45
Had
confidence
49 One who
, pleases -81
Employ
32 Malay dagger
S3 Operatic solo
26 Estonian isle''

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55 Soap making
frame,
5$ Numbed
5Prscias
DOWN
1 Baseball tools
2 Molding
- 3 Bemire

as, vice president $35,000;- J. T.
Duke, treasurer, $17,000.
The agents reported to Washing Washington
ton Washington that although these bonuses
were authorized under, minutes of
a company meeting Dec. 27, 1940,
they had evidence that the min minutes
utes minutes were fradulent and had been
written afterward in order to jus justify
tify justify withdrawals for the Johnson
campaign.
On Nov. 3,1943, Secretary of the
Treasury Morgenthau, a conscien conscientious
tious conscientious public servant sent word
that the Brown and Root case was
to be "handled as any other case"
and the "investigation was to pro-.,
ceed in any manner the agents
saw fit" v
, After this, the agents dug deeper
into the evidence of political con contributors...
tributors... contributors... Am-
Dec. 22 The Dallas office was
warned that Washington was com complaining
plaining complaining again. ;
ROOSEVEUT SAYS NO
Jan. 1. 1944 J M Cooner

warned agents to be "extra tact.
ful because of complaints which
were oeing registered m Wash Washington
ington Washington relative to investigation of
political donations."
Jan. 13 Congressman Johnson
and Alvin Wirtz, attorney for
Brown and Root called on Presi
dent Roosevelt. ;u ;
At 4:30 D.m. at the aama Av
assistant secretary of the Treas
ury irey phoned Dallas that he
had to be at the White House at
10 next morning to give a full
report to the President' as' a re result
sult result of the meeting with, Johnson
and ; wirtz. irey wanted '. a: sum summary
mary summary of the Brown and Root case
teletyped to him by 9 a.m. Jan. 14.
Jan. 14 At 7:50 the chief points
in the Brown and Root case were
teletyped to Washington. However,
the teletype broke down and part
of the information was telephoned
direct to Irey with his secretary
Mrs. Williams, taking notes,. Irey
informed Dallas that one criticism
made in Washington Was that tax
agents had been making inquir inquiries
ies inquiries about Speaker Sam Rayburn.
This was not the fact 1
Jan. 17 A. new agent war sent
to Dallas from Atlanta and after
a series of conferences, the Brown
and Root assessment was scaled
down from $1,062,184.87 plus a
fraud penalty of $531,092.45, to
$372,000. Proposals for prosecution
were dropped.
, Note Senator Johnson, in in intervening
tervening intervening at the ; White House,
probably did what many senators
would do for a potent constituent
who had helped their campaign. -The
Irony is that having been the
victim of the high cost of a Senate
primary, the senator now opposes
regulation: of campaign, contribu contributions
tions contributions in primaries.
;.1'. T,.,!, j, 'fill afl;
ICE pH. THI WINGS
NEW BRITAIN, Conn.' MUP)-
Police charged a man with steak
ing a chicken from a grocery
despite his explanation that v"it
must have flown under my coat."
They were skeptical of the ability
of a frozen chicken to fly;
Answer to Previous Puzzle
27 Thistles v 42 Inquires
28 Sea bird 43 Weight
29 Essential being deduction -31
Heraldic H 44 Elevator
bands .-- Inventor
33 Throaty noises 48 Check
38 Dress
47 Birthright
seller (Bib. 1
40 Complete
contpntmenf
48 Sand mound
41 Emanations
90 Obese

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slaaiaiiaaraiaa. apHcea aeara wanfeia aa4 araat iafakw actririaa.
UaNaaa pro treat Nee ta Haaa. Deaawtaariaai kwviaf
ajaj om a rw aiaaiialiaa oat Htrad aadat "0raa Caarcaea Aad
terrkaa." A apacial Bariat B) aacladad' rat lorwooo at Anary paata.
Ah PtM kwOaa mti HwaaJ Otarkawa.

Miaaslaro. ckaraB aaciefarlaa

the sow week la arritiaa By Wadaetaey aae at raa latett or
caaaaai tar two coatia Satataar't carta pea.

Christian Scisntist
first Church at Christ Seianust Anew
eee ajkso swuievare.
Sunday 1140; Weaneeda W
bmlM School 4M am
rtntcearcftet canst amristu
UIB Street Bouvmf ruanwi
Sunday ll:M -m- wtaiman '" P--
Cslhciic
nun rwiTHTtl Ralbao
Sunday Masses! 1Mb 140,
"HoVSb Mam-liJ. U
an? t. a -en
Confessions; owm. r: r
and I S to p-m. inmroj. mhx
first fridayt H"-.
Miraculous Hada) Navanai t BJS
OB i Moodaya.-
Catacbism ciaaw i-
Hiih School Stodjr Ou IJB aja. an
w airam imiT Haiaaj
m iaa ai lo Bjn.
B0I7 Oar maaMBi M uiuJW
Contelonf Baturdajlat ta 0
IS la 1WV .m. UHHI awav
WW.; ....
Ca tec run uaasi w v
Tbaridaj.
Oim LADT or FATIMA Caraada
Bund. Kan i i:0 a jo.
Holy Day Man at I JO p-ia,
Conianiow: :08 to M -m- OB Bat-
. BT. JOBEPH-Patataa
Sunday Mawai at IM and 1:11 bjb,
Holy Day Mast at : P-nt j v v
Coniauionsi Saturday I J to 438 and
m ,a Ik im ....
uatacnum uaan uo
Mlraeuloaa Madal Horanai aJB.
m.i.. i i
rumvart nanrwaonn uww
ST. TlNCFJtrB PaaaaU Ch -Sunday
Masaee: 4:00 and I JO a.m.
Holy
Da;
v sat ana ow sun
(It It falls on Saturday the Massae are
.na mJ a-an .ml
'Confessions: Saturday I AC ta I M and
7H to :0O p.m, Thursdaya before rirat
. Mh4iioua Medal Novena and Sta.
u. h. Crnaas Prida 7:00 Cm,
Catachlsm Classi Alter I JO mate on
Con'vert ClasBi 430 p.ak Tuesday and
Thursday.
r ST.'THHtKSA'B CseeB
m U. a-UI WA.
u.iv flay Mass: 1:00 a A (It II talb
on "Saturday 430 a.-)
Catechism uaaas iw
concessional a.w w w
Bt'aNAimsI' Ii tA lALU
r Parque Letevre
u...' a-.m and 130 a.m.
, t v -n... Max; S 'JO Hon. lltUTB.,
a. i m ... n rWrfiv flaass! 444 a m.
erj. y V .. ami
Unl latlV .MM1SSBBB). aw msbw Wl wai wee
talons: tflO ta 430 and IS)
lo pjn. n
.. 4P t.uulnef
Miracuioua aoeaea wiwi
P-D ti !. .', an Sundae
aiecniOT v-. r
Convert Class; aaonoay
f ST. THEBESKB-la
Umidav Mass: 7:00 ajn.
Holy Day Mass: 5O0 pm
.iJ.11.. Chmia 1:30 tO IflO PA
. j rhri Trida I '30 P.m..
Catecrusm uieas: r
Sacred Heart Novena! 70 p-nv, en
convan wiaww f --"
'ATLANTIC BIDS
ST. JOSEPH iCeloa
um! 1:43. S4 and I:1S in
Holy Day Masses: : and 40 a-m.
"oinfetslSw Saturday M to 10 and
70 to a p.m. Vl -j
. Miraculous Medal Jonai. Wadnaaoay
CK 4nn n mr
Sacred rieen Movene: inmj k
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 P-m.
Convert Classi 7 J5 D-m. 00 Mondays
awl TlMIr1 VI ")
11:4 ajn. 1:00 p.m. to w pm.
eTlTMrt IVlflBWf:ilMUnnn 01 mfBBL DiaSBBP-
ed Sacrament aU day. Reposition at
ajn. Saturday morning.
First Saturday vevouora is wr Kmij
of Fatima The HOiy nosary-o wi m.m
First Communion instrueuona sor cuu
dren Mondays, and Touraaaya
70 pm. j y ; .;. ;
MTaACrtLOUS MEDAL-Crlstehel
h,r,rt. lima: 7 0. 1:00 and 10 JO ajn.
Holr Day Maasea: 5:00. 440 am. and
55 pjm.-.. "' 1; ,:f'
Confessions I Saturday 4M ta IM and
70 to 1:00 pm. Alter Rosary each eve-
Miraculous Medal Novena! 401 and
7:m nm. an Mandav. ..
Catechism Classy After IM Mass an
Sundav.
first mas sorposiuon au oay ournig
the School
18
First Saturday
Masa'at I.-00 am.
HOLt rAMTLY CHURCH Marrartta
Sunday Masses: IM end 030 in
Hoi Day Mis as: IM sua. and IOS
pjn. !'.'
Confessions! 40 to 10 and 7M
4-00 ta, Saturday.
Miraculous Medal novena: lap pm
on Mondav.
Church History Croup every Tuesday
at 7:30 pja.
TectvAag Chib: 144 pm on Wednes-
oay. : '..'...
Catechism Class: o pjn. Thursday.
First Fridav Devotions: 70 Dm.
Inaulry-Diacussion Group : every Fri
day 1 JO PJD. i;.-.., i'-'V ,.-f-:T
' BT nNCtgrTS-Raaaaw City
Sunday Maaaessi 4J0 a.m. and IM
.m. -. it
Holy Oay Mastesi 4M sjb. and M
Confessions: 40 ta 50 and IM
40 p.m. Saturda.
Catechism Class: 10:45 a.m. on Sunday.
Convert Clasa every Monday at 7M
aitracuioui Meaal novena l 7 SO bjb
on uneasy.
sacred rJaart novena: 140 P-m,
Friday.
IMMACULATK CONCETTION-Cataa
Dunaay atass: s:l ajn.
Holy Day Mass: 5M pjn:
Confessions: SJO to 70 am. en Sat.
uruay.
caucnism Class: 40 pjn. an Monday.
OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL
- Gas-baa
Sunday Ma-wee: 7.-00 end 4J4 an.
: Holy Day Masses: 40 an. and 5M
pjn .f .'...,. '....,.
Cordejaiona Saturday at T0 pn and
Baptisms by appointment
Miraculous Medal. Novena: 744
on Tuesday.),
oacreo. neart. novena: 10 pm- en
IlUiJ. ....
Sunday School: 4 JO a m' 00 Sonde
Rellaioua Instruclioa Clan in. run.
dren. 4:00 pn on Thursday
Reilelous usctrudion for arhili. irs.
oucicu m onanism : in on an Man
Convert Instruction by appoinunent

RCM

NOTICES

tfto
aarriraa aad aa erriliaa
hm eaaplaaat art aeked to
Episccp.1
The Bt Be. B. Heaer Gaedaa, S.T.D,
. Biaboo
Tha Vary Be. M. Bkaard HaeDaaald
ANCUM. CJ 1
thjc cathedral or st. lukb
SUNDAYS
TA0 aa tioty Communion.
M la Santa Communioo (4tk Sun
day).
15 tJL. Church School. T
45 .nv Escuela llonunicaL
1140 a ai. Morning Prayer and Sermon.
. iioiy communion, first auo auo-davk.
davk. auo-davk. IM f as, ivening Prayer and
5 '30 am. Holy Communioo. r
M pro. Svening Prayer.
. HOLY DAYS
4M aja Holy Communion, ,1
W ojb ttoiy Communion.
" DAILY l
:15 an. Mornlni Pravar.
UM Mi,-da Missionary Prayers.
CHUBca or oub savmhjb
Third Stre. Maw rWtAnl
ne. autop i
SUNDAYS
I :
Holy Communion .........
7 JO an
I JO an.
cuurcB acnoei.
Momins Prayer
wUwPBV
and Sermon 110 an
uirat amnaa. hoi voaimunlonl
Vesper Service and-
Youth Fellowshin .' .' a-nft
WEDNESDAYS
Holy communlna aaaaa
Choir Rehearsal 1 JO njn.
A House of Prayer for all people.
' cocou ''
Chnrrh ad SI AeeVM .1
Tha Rev. William W.. Baldwin, Most
la Charse
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion t
Family Prayer and Church School.
IJ0 an.
Morning Prayer and Santo U 44.
memm aunoay in MontaJ.
Evening Prayer. I JO pn. ;
Weekday Praver 4:00 an :,
tWAi
Caaael at tha taeed Shepherd .:
The Rev. Clarence 0V. Haea
IM an. Every Friday; Morons Pray
ULC. 1st rridey.r
J,' 'OAMBOA ''':' !s '',:
:' '. niaua'a riin...k
The Rev.' John Spear, Priest to Charge
Mdrnina Praver. let and 3rd.
Sundaya..,. 10 M an
. Mhlv 1 'raamirnlraa nnaB E
mon, 2nd and 4th Sundays .. 10 JO
ounaay scnooi .; s:u pm
iouui eenowanxp a w pn.
Evenlnc Pravar Iwan
Girls' Frlendr Bodet .. 440
WEDNESDAYS. ..
Evening Prayer and Sermon 144 am
Holy er.mmuTiton IM
Woman's Auxiliarv. Snd and
4ta Thursdays 1J0 pn
; LaV SKfCA .,
It Petar'a Chaveh : I
The Re. John Spear. Priest IB Charge.
SUNDAYS ., ( V
Choral Eucharist and Sermon 7M an
Mornina Praver and Church School
to ihi a m .' w.--
Cbil(u en Eucharist, trd Sundayo 10
m. ..i- ':"-.' .1,, ,-t-:.:r.i.
Holy Baptism 50 pn.
Evensoni and sermon TM s.su
MONDAYS THRU SATURDAYS
rioiy communion ......... 10 a.m.
awenmir prayer 70 run
except Saturdays. Comnline TJO nn.
1st TUESDAYS 3rd MONDAYS'
Women Auxiliary ........ 1 JO pn
, MARGARITA ."..
ClniTCfa el St Marraret
Cornn of Espave Ave, Brazos Blvd.'
The Bt. Milton A. Ceekseau Paster
SUNDAfS. 1..'J..,..
4:30 a va Church Scnooi
4:30 am Morning Prayer and dertaon
ilst Sivdaya, Holy Communion)
JO an. Confirmation 'InstrucUatav v
... a ALA aaJLv .. ...-,
Chaaet af The .Bel Cemferlei
Vea, L. B. Shirley. Priest n Charge
tvery IMeaaay 5:30 a.m. Holy Conv-
. rABAISU .('
St Alban's Choreli ;
T Rev. David A. Oiboraa,
- Priaat in Chare -.
SUNDAvlt- ':
40 a.m. Choral Eucharist Sermon
17:00 itoJi) Infant Baptism 1
3 .00 in. Church School
(heid In Building 1311 i
SAO pm. Youth TeUowahip
10 nm. Even-one ami Addisss
Ind AND trd WEDNESDAYS
1 JO pin. Woman s Auxiliary and Al Al-i
i Al-i tax: Guild Meeting, r A
s"t St Panl'a Chereh
The Vca.- Lemoel B. Shirley, Recta
The Re. Fits B. Atwett. Deace i
SUNDAY ',
40 an. Holy Communion
40 a.-n Suna Eucharist A Sermon
14:45 a oi Meaning Prayer and Church
acnooi
140 nect" Holy Baptism :
70 mi Solemn Vaaners
TUESDAYS .- -' ?'
4:30 11 Hot Communian
WEDNESDAYS t .-, r- s
00 am Holy Cornmunlan :
7:00 nn. Evenlnc Praver
THURSDAYS AND FRIDAY! j
l:w 1 m Hot Communion ',
HOLY DAYS
40 a.m. Holy Communion.
CHRUTI CHURCH lt4tMUi
Colon. R de P
(Opposite Hotel W.htnfton
The Van. Matnert 1, Petersen, Bectst
:! in ne Henry A Blake ,t
. ,. .. Associate Rector -c
SUNDAYS ''
4M am Holy Ommurdon.
4M a-m Choral Eucharist and Sermon.
10M an Church School Session
730 an Solemn rrenaong and Ser-
t':' WEDNESDAYS '"
IM am Holy Communion.
7M pm Evening Prever and Sermn
1 4 JO on Adult Conflrmstlon Claso
J THURSDAYS
IM frm Piavet Guild.
. FRIDAYS
M am Children' bicnaris.
8ATUBDAYS
I0M an Junior Confirmation Class.
IM am. Compline and Meditation,
a HOLY DAYS
M am Holy Communion. j
RAINBOW Cm
Cmmh at t Mary, the Vlnra)
: Tha Re. John A. Spsldlag,
1 meet la Caari
SUNDAYS :
Sung Eucharist ........... T JO am
Chur-:h School 05 em
Evem-eV and Saiiiiun IM nn
WEDNESDAYS

Even i..- and lermoa .... 130 pm
rHURSDAYS
Holy Cnnmunlon. 1 IM am
GATUN .;
";k: ,St George's Charcfe
Tha Be. Jena A. Spawns,
Priest to Charge
1st AND 4rd SUNDAYS
Holy lemmunion 4M an
Jad ANP 4th SUNDAYS. .-
Mor.iirs P-avar "" .' .'
and Semen ...... I JO an
Church School, each Sun. 10M am
' KM) ABAJO 'V
CaitJluptni't I'herrh : '.
14 SI' Paraaw letevrt '" ''
, Ta .Be Clarence W Bayat,
Priest in Charge.
. Htd. .vwniiMimm i-sj ifi
8unda School ........... 10 JO an.
rJatHtanw It t en tno U aw.
1aya- ,' ;.. -t ,-
Svenun rrevet Hi bis Sr-sav on
tm ano rt Sunoays
Wnman's Auxiliarv ajto U Sundav
oo om
' Bolt Commie mri wennesaav I an
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Othet Churches
CHURCH OP THE NAZARENB
Aneon. C.Z.
' Slmtstert Re. Elates a Nebna
Box as, Ancon, CZ. Balboa 2004
Sunday School ........... 0:4 an
Morning Worship ......... 10:30 a n
, Youth Service 4:45 pn
: Evening Service .......... I JO pn
,NSM3. Service 70 pea
Prayer Meeting, Wed. .... 7:30 pn
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
J Panama R J 23rd Street East
Re. S. N. Brewa. Minwtar
SUNDAY:

Divtna Worship ,. par an
aunoay scnooi
Sunday Masses ...
ai.A 4B.VW IMll
afa BW UM
44 at. jk 11.it
. tut, jUaan ski'. dunoa
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Meetinai Thursdays at 7 JO pm and
sunoays si a pm. win Memorial.
804 Balbva Road. Balboa.
church or naus christ
OP LATTER-OAT SAINTS (Msrmaal
Sunday BMetina In the JWB-USO. La
Boca Road. Balboa. Prunarv end Priest
hood 4 JO a.m. Meeting; Sunday School
4 J5 usj Sacrament Meeting, 10 JO am
, Atlantic Branch
Buildlni 300, Schoolhousa Road,
Gatiin. Canal Zone.
Telephone. Gatun 164 er Crhrtobal 7
eAinday scnooi 10:00 am Sunday sac-
.-ement Meeting 4:34 om Prieshaod
Meeting 4:30 pm. Wednesday Prinary
S JO pm Wednesday Belief society saaet-
mg as anrKmncea.
- vvewnirw rwaimaaaun
' CBURCB V
- Be. Paul Holloway, Paster
- -l Office, Curundu 5105
' Home, Curundu 1114 '''
Sunday School 4:45
11 am
Youth Meeting 4 pm.
Evening Worahip ......
,. OU) CATHOLIC CHURCH
Si Bapaael The Archaaeel
Utn St West No I
Hot Eucharist: Sundav at IM am
Tuesday. Wednesdays and rhurada
430 am
Sacra mem at Unctloa (Heaimt aer-
vlcel Ftral Sunday af each month at
fMam '. .... ..
Meaart Rallbet.
Panama RP
. Rt Re. T. amea D. K
oefJoatlns.
Morning oeeuiln a 4M an
Fallowahip "Jorahia al U4 am
iunday Scnooi at .... .......
l0pm
Lina service at
iao
RARAI CENTER
' BAHAI'S CENTER
' 54 First Street
Urbanhacifa El Carmen, Panamd City
iniormai Talks and Olscuwkms
Thursday.. ............. ...0:00 pm.
' Ceiea, 4th Preot Streets
(aeatalrs Aaterieae Bassar)
Study Claases Tbunaava, IM an
Vv'i. BETHEL MISSION CBTTtCR
Espalaba St, Psralso, CZ.
Re Walaaba H. Stewart, Paster
.Sunday: 110 am Worship Service,
30 p m. Sunday School.
7:15 ta, Gospel Service..
Monda: 1 JO Young People'! Society
Wednesday: I JO Mid-week Christian
reiiowsnip.
Thursdav: io cnotr rienesrsai.
Fridays IM Women's Missionary So
ciety. i ,.: v a ... i i
' THE CHURCH OP GOD :
7034 Eighth Street Celea)
Re. G. W. Grass! li em. Pastor
Sunday Schol ...i.. ........ 4:30 a.m.
Morning Worship ........... 10:30 am
nigni service w pm
FIRST CHURCH OP GOO
' rCar. Jamaica and Trinidad Sta,
Rainbow City, Canal Zona
Re. G. W. Graadise, raster
Morning Worship 0 an..
Sunday School t.. ........... 10:30 a.m.
Night Service .IM pm
THE CHURCH 6P GOD
- New Providence
Mrs. Maude Hlaaa, Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 an.
Morning Worship ............ 110 am
Might servMa is pm.
TBI CHURCH OP GOD '.
' Panama City
Car. "N and Mariaaa Araaemena lot
Rev. Was. J. Jihssia. Paster
Sunday School .............. 4:30 an
Morning Worship' ............ 10:30 am
Night Service IM pm
THE CHURCH OF GOD Rla Aaaje
Menu Oscure U4-ista Bt.
Re. Wa. J. Jeliasea. Pastor
Sunday Schoo 4:30 on
Morning Worship ........... 10:30 an.
Night kervtce i-f pn.
CHURCB OF TrTF, POURSQUARB
'.. ";' COSPtL ...
(Full Goapall
5ALWM
At Rebecca Lodge. Balboa Road at Lt
Boca Rd. Re, and Mrs. Carl V. Thomp
son. Pastors.
Sundays School .,
Morning Worship
m.IOM am
,,.....n am,
youtn service .....
Evangelistic Service
..... e.w ifii.
...... 7:15 pm
, CHURCH OP GOD (Pentecostal)
Rev. R. E. Watson. Overseer
Phono 4-424, Box 253, Gamboa
Churches at Paraiso, CZ. (Rev. and
Mrs, Herman G. Whyte), Colon R.P.
(Rev. Fernando Lorenee), Rio Abajo
I Rev. and Mrs. Charles Haynesl, and
Cativd (Be, and Mrs, CUtford lireavesi.
Sunday
and weekdays services at all
ehurchea.
Posts and Bases
PACIFIC IIDR
4 Protestant ...
FORT AMADOR ;
Sunday Scnooi
Morning Worship
Church-Time Nursery School
IM
i 10.00
10M
FORT CLAY TUn
Sunday School (Buuaing so.
, IM) ...
Morning Worship
Wednesday Evening Prayer Meet Meet-Ins
Ins Meet-Ins and Bible Clan
,..r
00
10:15
IM
FORT KOBBE
Sunday Scnooi (nullding na
7111
Morning Worship
Evenlna Worship
I JO
10:45
4 JO
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASK
Sunday School 0JO
Adult Bible Clasa (NCO Club).. 4:30
Morning Worship ....... 5:15 10:45
Youth Fellowship- 4:0
Eevenlna Worship IM
U.S. NAVAL STATION.. Hodman
Sunday School ... 0-SO
Morning Worship II M
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month I
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
nwj wmiiiuiiiun invuvufiajr...
Morning Worship IM
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month)
'. :' CatasHa ; i -i
FORT AMADOR v
Dslly Mass ....4:30
Sunday Masses :.4:34 A 4:00
Confessions. Saturday .. 4:30 & 1:30
Sunday ....... .L.........4J0 A 140
FORT CLAYTON
Daily Mass 4:45
Sunday Masses '.7:43 4:00
Confeasione. Saturday T JO A 40
Sunday Mass .................. 10 JO
FORT KOBBE
Saturday Mas 140
Sunday Masses IM A 40
apsnisn ao
CUKU4AL. i :
.Diiil Maes 4m, 4J0
No, 1111 ........7:00 A- 4M
CoMessions, Saturday (Building r

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FLIGHTY Thii gprinf hat
features a pink-feathered "sea.
lull," with the sTOceful bird's
"bttV clipping low on milady'
brow.;lt'4 a creation by Ca Ca-ness4
ness4 Ca-ness4 of Rome. ;
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A2ALEA QUEEN Pretty
Alma Eleanor Eastland, daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mississippi's Sen. John O.
- Eastland (D), has been named
Queen. Shell reign over Ait-,
lea Week Festivities at Norfolk,
Va Aoril B-15. '1
amnnnsr AIR FORCE BASE
Daily Mass ..,.. M
Saturday Mass :00
' Sunday Masses 7:45 a 11:45
Spanish 740
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Dally Mass 4
Sunday Mass t
a, Jewua
FORT KOBBE
Saturday
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASK Tv
Saturday ......................a I JO
USO-JWB (Balboa)
Ofioay, ...ivf'wvta" "ir
' "ATLANTIC SD,
5 t ProtatuuU ,.y
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School
4:45
110
Morning wocsnip
Midweek Fellowship. Thursday.
, 1J0
ma rstn-.tmr
Sunday School J.... ............ t:45
Morning Worship 110
Yauui FeUowshiD. Sunday 0:00
ft L WAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Sunday School .,, t:30
morning Worship 1140
Holy Communion First Sunday
. -of Month) r, ":
I CatheUo
Dailv Mass 7:30
Sunday Mass 0:30
Confessions, Sunday 1:45
FORT GUUCK
Daily Mass
... ..... .. n ..
1:00
7:45
bunoay
Spanish ...... ......v.. .........
Confessions, Saturday ...4:00 it.
4:45
IM
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Daily Mass
7:00
1:00
Sunday Mast
COCO SOLITO
Sunday Mass ......
7 JO
Jewish
FOKTGUUCK
Tuasday .....
IJJ
Seventh Day
i Adventist
WeeVlv
Services in all' Churches as
follows
SATURDAY:
Sabbath School 1:34 a.m.
Divine Service 11:00 an.
Youth's Meeting 4:30 on.
Wednesday Bible Study and Prayer
service :je p.m.
Pacific Side Panama A Balboa District
Pastor W. H. WalUuy-Tel. 25 J 3504
Cabo Verde. Ave. J. F. d la Ossa Ho.
17.
Chorrillo Z5th No. 47
Pueblo Nuevo 3-A 8L between trd
and 4th Sta.
Rla Aba to 11th St No. 17
Balboa Chapel 0844 Cavlltn Rd. Bsl
Doe (Saturday omyi.
Spaalsh Churches Psassti aad
Cristobola District
Pastor Ruben Rult
Panama, Call Uarlen No, 3
Cristobal, 16th A Bolivar Ave.
Gamboa It Frljoles.
District Pastor A. A. Gristle
Tel. No. 4-102
Gamboa Praitt Parkway Frljoles.
Atlantic Side Celea and ''..
Cristobal District
Pastor Neblett Tel. 34:121
Colon trd St. at Central A. Cristo
bal 16th A Bolivar Ave.
Central office:
Gavilan Road Tel 2-
1854. ?
Jewish
Jewtn Welfare Board Bid TM-X La
Boca Ooail. Balboa. CZ. Ribbi Nathan
Witktn Director. i
Service, Friday. 1 J0 pn. Baturoay,
o-jc pm "'.
(See sifd astmn of Jewish earvicaa
uncer Posts Bases and Stations i.
ConiikiuiKon Kol Shearlth israet Ae
nlda Oiim and 46th Street Bella Vista.
Panama City. Servlcea 440 pm
Lutheran
REKDRHEB LUTHERAN CTTURCR
Balbea Read at Wi(ht Street
' Re. Robert P. Gossiek, Pastat
P.O. Box SC Balboa.
Sunday School, Bible class 80 am
Divine Service 10:14 an.
Divine Service at Margarita Sunday
S.vm viw

Foreign Service
Advisory Group
Named By Govt.

-WASHINGTON, April T (UP)
The State Department has named
an eight-member eommittee to ad
vise it on operations of the For Foreign
eign Foreign Service Institute.
The institute trains foreign serv service
ice service officers in various aspects of
diplomacy.
Named to the committee: Rep.
Frances P. Bolton (R-0.); Ells Ellsworth
worth Ellsworth Bunker, president of the
American National Red Cross; Ro Robert
bert Robert D. Calkins, president of the
Brookings Institution; Robert Out Out-ler,
ler, Out-ler, director of Old Colony Trust,
Boston.
Clyde K. Kluckhohn, Harvard U U-niversity:
niversity: U-niversity: William L. Laneer, Har
vard University; Charles E. Saltz-
man, Henry Sears a Co., N. Y.
and Henry M. Wriston, Colum
bia University.
3 Airmen Killed
As Globemaster
Crashes, Burns
TRAVIS AFB, Calif., April T-
tUf) Alour engined C-124 Globe Globe-1
1 Globe-1 master crashed and burned on the
runway here, killing three airmen
and injuring four others.
Witnesses said the enormous 222 222-passenger
passenger 222-passenger aircraft had just got
ten airborne and was between 100
and 200 feet in the air when it falt faltered
ered faltered and plunged back to earth.
The air force said the plane, at
tached to the 1501st Transport Wing
of the Military Air Transport Serv
ice, was on a-routine test hop at
the time of the crash.
, DID THEY? ;
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (UP)
A sign in a local radio shop
read: "Will the person or persons
who stole the transistor radios
from this window please come in
and get the cases, as we nave no
use for them now." The empty
cases were next to the sign.
FARNAM
The moot amtzint fly fly-killer
killer fly-killer ever developed!
Flies are attracted to
ft, feast on ft, then die
withia mfnutet. Juit
ocattorift where flies
gatber.ir diotoiv it nn
water jrad tproy of
paint it wherl fliei
gather.''-;
NO rlY TOO TOUCH for Die-PIyt It
docs the job Where others fail. Kills
resistant, as well as aon-resistant
trains. Residual killing power lasts for
weeks! We have it in 10-Lb. tint and
l-Lb. shaker-iiop cans. : ":' i
HUNNICUTT EXPORT
C0MPANIA.S. A.
Tel. Colon 43
FREE ZONE
Col6n,jUP.
my

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You'll Love EVERYTHING Abour
SANTA CLARA BEACH J
It's THE Place To Go!
: :-. .'-. .. .; -White
land, sun-drenched beach. Scenic Moimtalritr

. interesting interior towns an iasy drivi-'
: from Santa, Clara

WELCOME NEW FRIENDS .f .. -t-VISIT
OUR REFRESQUERIA ON THE BEACH FOR
COLD DRINKS and BEACH RENTAL 'n-

INSTITUT 0

LENGUAS M0DERNAS
PRINCIPAL', Prof. R0D0LF0 JACOBSON
5-39, Fourth Street (between Central and A" Avennes)
Phones: t-1393 and 1-4294 ,''',
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INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
Wt make loam with guarantiee on first mortagts
or other sectfrititt.

25c. -50c-$1.00 and $5.00
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Individual saftty depoalt boxti, f or. Jiwelry and
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magic of a new "Jet Proceuox-
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gemi pf Nescafe" I V ;
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Elementary Courses .K ",
Intermediate Courses -Advanced
Couriai ;
Converiation Counts
SpBich Counei
Special Children's Courtis
aintnni sizii.
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$HS Students To Present
'Land Of Dreams' Tonight

This evening Balboa High School1. The opening :
students will present "I.aa i"11?"?1 4'

number of the show

"Land of Drams" and

r V... n 1 ill -.f ...... T.nn ibi... fna

ri v, m at the visvwm row. iwui f""'-
r; h will start promptly at 8,Berg, Camille Ellis, Gladys Stiller,

ix m. mere "wui dc nu fl'-,wu
Rioarhprs and chairs are

being placed on the pool deck for

speciuui

By OSWALD JACOB Y
Written for NBA Service

NORTH U
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Ps"--' Paas ---r-r-
'-Opening ted X v

;' It isn't easy to nake three no no-trumo.
trumo. no-trumo. nv today' hand again a
' eiub optsing lead. The detetiva
' threaten to take three clubs and
' two diamonds befor you can de

velop nne tricks.
A lusat bit of reception helped

: L. Miles.' Jr.. ax Nonoit. ores

dent, ni' the American Contract
..Bridge League, when he played
the south cards. East won the first
trick with the ace of clubs, and

"Skinnv".. Miles dropped the king,

; East looked at this card with
i suspicion. His partner had led an
'obvious foirth-best, so South was

hound to Have a secona ciud,

r Moreover, it was unlikely that

South had bid no-trump with a
singleton. regardless of, West's

"nncninir lead. -:' ?

South was trying to fool him.

, East .decided. South must have
thrown the kine of clubs from a

.foldintfof Tdoubletbn'K-Q. In this

i case the club suit was pretty hope-,

. less,: so Easr shifted to me aeuce
ot spades.
. Consealing his satisfaction," Milea
i ...-fl.J Mak unfit tViA VtnS

. ci spades and led I aiam6nd."EaSt
, took the king ,of diamonda nd
ak3Mv pA another aoade.

' Now there was. no way to defeat
! tfu miteL South won with the

' ace of spades and led another dia-

"mrain t knntl OUl Uie ace. up

I.clarer' was sore of nine tricks
' i whether or not the defenders snift snift-!
! snift-! led-back to clubs for he could
I. count' three' spades, three hearts,
" and three diamonds'. i
' 1
'"V t v v
-LOST AND FOUND

' WEST HAVEN, Conn. (UP)
' nu. driver Robert Fonteyn Is

' thinking about opening a Bureau
ol Missing Purses. Within one week
'. hm found two purses, conUimng

several hundred dollars. In his bus.
' The owners were found.

Jlareia Musser,: Virginia Rey

nodls, Rachael Trapnetl, Pat
Tubbs, Marifrances Tucker, and

Mareie Williams. To cive the im

pression of being in a dream
world, the girls will have glitter
onOheir flutter boards, v hi will
be used to form patterns.

Harlem Nocturne, with Ida

Straus, Shirley Ransom, Carold Pe-

ranue and Judy Juigeike. is one
of the hardest numbers in the
show. The stunts used are consi considered
dered considered the most difficult and the

strokes are unusual.

David Behar, Bill riack. Bill

Hatchett and Joe Reynolds w i 11

give a diving demonstration which

wut be followed by "Slaughter on

10th Avenue." Three of tin rnior

girls, Camille Ellis, Shirley ISan ISan-som,
som, ISan-som, and Ida Straus wll" be doing
this number with Jo Blackburn,
Steve Herring, and T.arry Siogel.

xne "St. wuis Blues March"

features Inei Berg. Carolyn Hol Hol-gerson,
gerson, Hol-gerson, .Camille Ellis. Fat Tubbs,
Marifrahces Tucker, Mickey Wal Walker,
ker, Walker, Mary Watson, and Margie

Williams. These girls-will fo-m a

U. S. A. as wen as other forma

tions. .'. v :. K' 't.

"Aumn Leaves." a solo, by Ida

Straus, promises to be one of the

best numbers in the show. Each

year the best swimmer in the
group is given the honor of swim

ming the solo number.

"South," written by Pat Tubbs

is performed by Gladys Miller,
Carol Perantie and Virginia Rey Reynolds.
nolds. Reynolds. These four girb bve dune

a very nice job this year. 1

No- show is complete 'without a

comedy number, and David be behar,
har, behar, Bill Black, Bill Hatchett, and

Joe Reynolds have vorked bard
on their-routine. Don Ryter, the
narrator, will also do his bit to
add a few laughs to the show. As
a comedy number by the. girls,

Camille Ellis, Shirley- Ransom,
Carol Perantie, Ida Straus, Pat
Tubbs tt Margie Williams wil' do

the -"Eleohant Tango.'

"Persian Market" has mostly

the newcomers such as Inez Berg,

Carolyn Holgerson, Rachael Trap-

net and Mickey Walker, along with

Carol Perantie. who swam i as

year. These girls have come a

lont wav.

"The Most Beautiful Gins : in

the World" is one 6f the longest

numbers featuring ten girls: Jan Janet
et Janet Adkins, Camille Kills, Cladyj
Miller. Marcia Musser. Shirley

Ransom Virginia Reynolds, Judy

EngeieKe, rat tudds. warurances

Tucker and Mickey walker.

vThe last number of .the show is
entitled "The Moon is Blue.-' AB

the- girls to this number have ap-

nearea in me past s iows. vuhiui

MUler, carol reranue;. fat kudos
and Margie Williams will be back

next year, while camM'e is l it s.

Shirley Kansom, ana na airaus

will eraduate in June. Special

lighting effects wul be usei tor

this number.

- This show has been made p -ssl-

ble through the efforts or the fol

lowing: general chairman, Ida
Straus; publicity, Judy Sigl;
script, Gail Haseman; narrators,
Judy Sigl and Don Ryter; cover
of program, Marifrances Tucker;
lights, Pvt. Donald O'Connatl;
staging, Miss Marge Lund; ush ushers
ers ushers club, ushers; faculty sponsors,
Mrs. Mildred Trimberger and Miss
Dolores Peter.

(ikD&iji True Life Adventures

Us ."0

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150 FEET AWAV, HB' PLARES OUT FOR A
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tAMPERfi UP THE TRUNK FOR ANOTHER FKOUSOME FU6HT,

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fVell-wftrn steps and rags sa asea.
ffepaira wonlA teata hi home tike aew
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tSS STOUT OV MABTHA WAT

Breaking the News

By WUSON SCRUGGS

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Katk UrC IM taclmiaa ia thtl
- hIiim tbaaM rabaunt to tyae-
wnlua Iwa n BiiM la Me al
till mx aamaan UMea till la "So "Social
cial "Social a UlimwM," m delivered
kjr aaaa Uw itic. Muto al
uauafi M1 ka arteate J

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PosCcnAv
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Fcr GS-5 Lbtrim

Willi Ccrib CcrnniEnd

A permanent librarian position

with a GS-5 rating is open to a

U.S. citizen with a .degree in lib

rary science from sr accredited
university, the Civilian Fersonnel

Officer, U.S, Army Caribbean an-;

nounced today.
The duties for the position inc-

Uude administering h main post

library containing, a ta!ance4 col collection
lection collection of 5,000 to 15,000 .volumes:

serving as bonded aecountaoi 01
fieer for library stock recoid ac account;
count; account; maintaining book slock and

account records for annual Army
audit and conducting acnuaf inventories;-
' v -"JV" -.:
Other duties include devising
charging desk and other technic technical
al technical avl mechanical procedures; re re-commendinB
commendinB re-commendinB changes in operation

al schedule for improved service
and establishing specirl scn iccs or
collections to meet wtt require

ments -such as children s story

P.V,

rom

By KAY SHERWOOD

l-who Ifad heard me grousing about
the scraps of paper and stubs of

- fc-M-ULKAiiE your cnuaren to pencus mat ninaerea ray iuaiei-

make the gifts they give on fami- ing lists. She painted a metal
ly birthdays, anniversaries, to the memo-pad holder and frozen frozen-ill
ill frozen-ill friend or favorite teacher. Be- juice can (for pencils to match
sides relieving some of the stress mv kitchen colors, then mono-

on their allowance. thevH be croud' crammed both and added two

Rainbow Obligator Sunday
At oatua uniua cnurca-

OmiHnAu CariiiAai m I f 1 in f?ntm

Church wiu begin witn murch.'hour, music room and record col-

bcnoot at :44 a.m. Wonmp aerv

ice will be field at U:W a.m. ine
Ke?. Kay Bianeiey subject tor
ui service is wanisaing Kaua-

dows," 'inu is Rainoow Obliga

tion Sunday, for tne Order ot uw

Kainoow.

ENGAGEMENT CEMENT Mr.' and Mrs. Bruce Bate--
man of Cocoll. C. Z ,' nriounce th engagement of their
eraughtcV; Nancy; to Sgt' WilUam Uohraon, son of Mr. and
Mr .Robert L, Johnson ol War, West Virginia : .f.
" Miss Bateman Is a graduate-of Balboa High School and
Balb(unlo"cTege;clapf 195S, and Sgt. Wil ianv Johnson
is a mduate of Big Creek High School at War, At prtsent
ba lsffiioned at Rodman, C Wirtth tha; SLforpfc '--.
An tafomal narty to announce th WrwL!l!fS
by Mr. and Mrs. Bateman to honor of theaughtend, the
Mgroonv to be. Those who attended werr Mr; and Mrs. Jesse
lYiese of Fort Gulick, Mr. and -Mrs. Woodrow de Jernette,
and MrsT William S, Stanley Mr. and mj T Oonzalea lof
pma Mr and Mrs. Muriel Murt of Panama, the Misses
5itUFtteS Eunice r. Wese. Fulvla Murf; Messrs. Bruce.
SU Snd John Bateman; brothers of Miss Bateman,. and
WaS2ii 't tentatively for some Urn.
in lata July. ..''"

Dart

,Tha TtarntlM FrC d R0set

Dessandra left yesterday-for San
Salvador to rejoin her husband,!
- af'r i"""-? i"V weeks in Pa Pa-aama
aama Pa-aama a .e liuiigust of the 1 1-tahaa
tahaa 1-tahaa Minister-and ...H'ri. Ricardo
Mosca'tL;U yjy.:: J.it'l K

Mr. Richard towcubo nas ieii
for Naw York oa a business trip. I
, 1 El Valle J
Mrs, Max Heurtematt Is ipend
.' lag a few days in El Ville.
irtk Aiaflcemnt
. Mr. aad Mrs., Luis Carlos Ale Ale-mi9
mi9 Ale-mi9 ara th croud parents of a

girl born; recently at the San Eer-

aanao uimc.
'HFreell Diaaers For; -i
v Bsnry Altataas
Mi. and Mrs. Harry 'Altman,

- who art leaving shortly to take

. uo residence in tauiornia,- were

honored at farewell dinner at

the Bentiicencia tsraelitat de Pa
- a,ma on 1'riay 'night. i

Tomght they wilt be tendered a
familv dinner at the home of Mr.

and Mrs; Saul Altman. Mc." Saul
AHman is Mr.1 Jlarry -Altman s

brother'. v .'.l,''.?,;
Lravea Or. Holiday .N'-t V i;
, ah Rev. Nolan G. Akert, Dio-j
eesaa.Missioner, is in: Costa tRka.
to; spend a vacation with friendsj
Escu. He lelt thelsthmu Fri-i
day, and will teturn to the Uth
anus in the first part of May.
' Ion Far Donald L. Reeves'
The birth of a son to Mr. and
Mrs. Donald L. Reeves was' v an-

' nounced Monday, April 1, at Gor-

gas Hospital. The baby wui be
L ehristened Donald L. Reeves, Jr.
Mrs. Reeves is with the Caribbean
Air Command at Albrook.
' Dttinfalshed Visitor '-

' Dr. t'lrich Haberland, President

of Farbenfabnken Bayer, of Lt

verkusen, Germany, has arrived
en the Isthmus to spend a few
da vs. He is on a tour which will

take in Braril, Argentina, Chue,

Entertainment Far Orphans

Mrs. Tiffany Richaruson gave a

luncheon ana swimming pwty: at
her borne in Golf Heiants lor 50

orphans -of the Qrpnanage ot Our

Laay Recently: ... ;

y Mr. an Mrs. Robert Ryle. of
West Paim beach are visaing on
tne Jstnmus lor two weens.
Fort Clayton OHicers' Wives'
Ciuo Bom meeting
ine j) on uatun Officers

Wives' uun-nid its regtuar cot-

tee and business meeting on April

5, Airs. 1. & WasuDurn yresiuuig

- Hostesses for the occasion, were

Mrs. W. C. rencn and Mrs. a

Fowler. Mrs. Washburn welcomed

the new members, Mesdames at-

tnur. col ins. Turlington, Ureen-

walu and Kainey and Mrs. Dunn,

a Euest. Members attenoing tne

meetina were the Mesaamcs Ar

tnur. names. Bradbcrry. Murk-

han, Bryant,, tmver, i-oifin, Col

lins, un, jancy, nsu, mwra,
a A. t rencn. heck. Honn. Kinsei,

Kreuner. 1ft one. Lovelance, Mc-

Clug, McGmn, M,essner, Morden,
Moirissey, eca, Powea, Robert Robert-nn
nn Robert-nn : Siauspr. Sevmour. Slatorotf.

Strom, Taue, Van Mosdale, Van

Kmst, ana wasnourn. ;
Ladies AuiOiary Of Lt. ?
Frank Albreok Post r J i ; ; i
Na. ai22 Hold Meetinat

-. I he Ladies Auxmaiy of the LL

Frame tV Albrook Post No. SH22
elected the following officer for
the coming year; President, Ola
Furman; &iv Vice President, M
garet Ribiki; Jr. Vice President,
cssit Taylor; Chaplain, Vera Bo-

lek: Conauctress, fcuzanetn ucy;

Guard, LUlie Buell; Treasurer,

Clara Purvis, Secretary, Helen
Beilineer. Patriotic instructor,

Jerry Warford. Two Year Trustee,

Margaret Hix and .Three Y ear

Trustee. Sylvia LeM asters. Open

installation will be held April at

2:o.m. at the Post Home. Mrs Het

tie Stowe of Ft. Kobbe will be

the Installing Officer and M r s.

Betty Micek of Cristobal iU be
the Installing Conductress.

An invitation is extenaea 10 au

vacation at the Panamonte Inn.!

Panama, Canal Zone Alumni

H wotre liame : '.'' j
1 Mold laxja Club Banquet

ine ranaiua-lanal ione Aium-:

ni will ousei've Limversai Moue

Dims Nigm on monaay, witn a

banquet at ine Union uuo in ra-

nama-Uity at 7:w p.m. ;-

tach year the second, Monaay

after faster is ooserved as tne

Ket-toeeiner uaht jot ad alumni

and lormer siuuenu u-iuire

uame. :-,--t--

: ":v i .' '!.;'': V1-

President William Sheridan of

the local ivqire juame Uuo wui

preside over tne oanquet. former
stuaems trom f anauia, tinn
Zone, or tne Armed oerviees are
invited-to attend and may mane

reservations by contacting eiwver

Larry uomagosa oi ranatna city

(telephone et&tm) or-
kixua (Ulepaone z-30d4). '-

. in ine .event tnat prior reserva reserva-tious
tious reserva-tious aie nui maue or ine dinner
banuuet, toiiner members -are

stui uivitett lu. atleni uus annual

gei-toguier,
Society of American Military
r.nfmrer. tanai .one fost

iue caual uue roL society of

American. m unary engineers, wui
hour its xeguiar monuuy meeting

Monday evening at tue. AlDroo.

Air force uasfc Uuicers mess, a
social nour wiu be new at a p.m
touowea ny uinner at (t:w p.m.
ioiiowing ihe amner; Major gen general
eral general K. v ttooo jr., Commanaer,
tanboean Air Coinmanu, will

gpeaK. iteseivaujus may vt inaue
who taptaui Lawrence rf, Worion,
omce bo-aM4 or cownet iiawara
M. urgwuer, 1r., ucites., ouice

lection, military science grouping,

resnonal Latin American cuiection.

The job also calls for assisting
in related activities on the. post or

in civilian community with spe

cial displays or other publicity s
applicable to library, materials &

facilities..
Annlication should h submit

ted to the Civilian Personnel Div

ision, .4JSARCAR1B, B'sildiiig 23,.

Corozal.

Peru,- Ecuador. Colombia, Vene-I fnds to attend this Installation

luels, tosia Ric, Uioa ana rana

Eatertaia '. J :
Mrs. Elida Maria Zubieta gave
. a luncheon and card party yester yesterday
day yesterday for a group of friend at ber
"fine" in La Chorrera. v- i
' Oiea Bense At -''-.'V ).

T Geerge Aria $'

At Panamonte Inn

Among recent guests at the Pa Panamonte
namonte Panamonte Inn, Boquete, have been
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Wunderlich, of
Panama; Mr. Henry Ford, Pana Panama;
ma; Panama; Mr. and Mrs. Gustavo Trius,
Panama; Mr. C. P. Hall, Pana Panama;
ma; Panama; Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Darling Darlington
ton Darlington and children. Panama: Mr.

and Mrs. J. P. McEvoy, New

Final Flower Arrangement Class, ";

me maaing ot corsages will be

the suujew w ,we mi. ciasses iu
me wer Al iantiuieiik-; course

un Monuay. ai a a.u. anu 4 p.m.

hi "iius' nk.ixia YMCA-liao. Maitt-

lials lor me comages van no

cuieu at lue ci sessiuu im' fiiu fiiu-ueuts
ueuts fiiu-ueuts may uruig maienais wnicn
luty hav: avaiiute. ...

Mrs. rat Morgan, .nsirusiui tui
this course, wui atmonstrate how

to mane, a proiessionai aiyw vur-

. a reoarauons are oema uu!

the lower -mow on.Mouaay, Apia

16, at wnicn time, every aiuucui

Pians 10 enter an TiauBcm.uv
i 1 1 ... lm)HI'(

eacn 01 tne IOUOWIUK, vv uynwa,

uihta anu vegetaoies, onea; anu

exvtift Mrs. tuise atoms a. u u-cnarge
cnarge u-cnarge ot arraogemenis or uie

snow, sne is assiBieu uj

r. lusenuson. Lnau-man lor iue

. a ...

mnrnin class ana Ml, a.

ti. uiauman tor tne evening

ciass. A. 'i

Candlelight Daaee v,

, The semimonthly i "Candlelight

Dance" will Dt neid at tne UsO UsO-ii
ii UsO-ii Armed orces Service Cen

ter on junuay,.irom : P n. to

, Popular music irwiu v
corded nit tunes wiu De enjoyed
lor oancing. the young ladies, of
the DSO-awB uub nave been sent
invitations for the aiiair.
Military personnel and I n e l r
families are invited to attend.
Bishop Gooden
Td: Confirm Class
At Porque Lefevre
At St. Christopher's Cliurcli, Par Par-que
que Par-que Lefevre, a complete schedule
of services will mark the observ

ance of the First Sunday after

Easter commonly called u Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. --''"? I'-, ,V..-5-.
The dav will begin with a celeb

ration of the Holy Communion at I

a.m. and end at 7 p. nj when Bish

op R. Heber Gooden, WUI confirm

a class or cnuaren anu aouns. in
Bishop will also deliver tb serm

on at This service. t

Adehluer Summons
Foreiin Minisler
For Urgent Parlay

BONN: Germany. Anril 7 (UP)

Chancellor Konrad Adenauer haj

summoned the West German for foreign
eign foreign .minister to his Swiss vaca vacation
tion vacation retreat for an urgent confer conference
ence conference on the German re unification

issue, a government spokesman
said today. V" m :
The t spokesman ; said Foreign
Minister Heinrich von Bre.itano
would- meet witlr Adenauer in As As-cona,
cona, As-cona, Switzerland this weekend.
Stale Secretary Walter H a 11 11-slein,
slein, 11-slein, en route home from a con conference
ference conference in Istanbul, also may be
called to the conference, the
spokesman. sald.-.few.-.;,;
Government v circles here said
tha conference- was sparked by
French Premier Guy Mol'et's
Statement in a U. S. magazine
interview that disarmarrent shou'd

get priority over German unifi unification.
cation. unification. The West German ForcWn Of

fice last night issued a .communi

que which accused Mottet. in pi pi-feet;
feet; pi-feet; of yielding to SiM?an de

mands that disarmament bo plac placed
ed placed above the unific-ition issue.

fk Bonn'Foreign Off.c saures saures-man
man saures-man also reiterated today that
West Germany would regard as

an "unfriendly act" Ihe estabilsn estabilsn-menl
menl estabilsn-menl of diplomat -relations with
Communist East Germany by any
fripfirilv tiovrpr. s lT, :

of -their efforts.

You and I know. too. that the

gift that carries the thoughtful
message '1 made it just for you"
is usually the more deeply valued

by the loving grandmother,

or adult iriend.

If your child can sew or knit, the

list of handmade gifts is long.

But even if she cant, many useful
and prettv gifts can be made from

such simple materials as empty.

coffee and juice cans, sun boxes,
round cardboard containers, scraps

of hardboard, short lengths of

adhesive vinyl plastic you use for

shelves, colored tapes.

Encourage her to use her" lm

agination and observation to fit

the gift to the person.

Is crandmother a busy corres

pondent?- HowC about something
for her desk? A strip of adhesive

plastic wrapped around the lower

half of an oatmeal box makes a

sizable box for pencils, address

ing crayons and ball noint pen.

A suit-box top trimmed to size
and given-cardboard 'ends then
covered with more, of the same

plastic needs only a blotter fitted
into place to be tne matching pad.
Inexpensive metal book 1 ends,
memo pad holders or letter files
are easy to trick up with paint or
plastic. One of the nicest pres presents
ents presents 1 received one birthday was

from an observant 13-year-old

sham pencils for a final touch.

Look to personal habits tor
other clues for-homemade gifts.

Does dad, for example, empty his
Dockets each night all- over the

dad top of the dresser to mother's ex

pressed annoyance?
For his birthday, a neat tray
made from a wooden box painted
on the outside, lined inside, with
wipeable paper or a bit of quilted
plastic will be greeted with
genuine enthusiasm.
A decorative and useful hang hangup
up hangup board for mother's scissors, or
jointly used manicure scissors,
tweezers and clippers can be
made from a small strip of hard hard-board
board hard-board or plywood painted and
bound around the edges with
heavy colored tape. ', Cup nooks
or small nails hold the- objects.

Free-hand cartoons of what's to

be hung up can be painted over

the background.

For tha' sick friend., a set-well

card is cheering, but add an
imaginative touch.- Tuck y o u r
card into a simple large envelope

cut from clear piasiic ana sunn sunned
ed sunned or taped together along the
edges. a
The convalescent will then have
a place to slip all her cards and
keep them clean and unspotted by
water 'glasses, or spilled medicin medicines.
es. medicines. ;

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AL CARONE JONES!
Foil Won a Bottle!
YOU MAY4ILAIM IT THIS
.SUNDAY NOON DURING
THE DANCING MATINEE. I
WIU NOT CHARGE YOU
CORKAGE IF, YOU COME
WITH THE FAMILY AND
ENJOY SOME OF OUR NA-
JIVE DISHES.
YOUR HOST,
Tony Friedman

elra1scho
?: Garden

CASUAL INFORMAL

Valnr simple xoateriaU and her Imarinatlon, this yeiinc ( irl as
tnaklnt a colorful desk set a a birthday cift Set eonsiaU of a
pencil bucket, metal book ends and letter file covered with cheeked i
adhesive vinyl plastic. There are also a desk pad and letter tray.

Mr. and Mrs. George Arias heldjYork: Mr. Antonio de Roux. Pa

open house' at their-El. VaUjntma: Mr and Mrs. Rafael En

home, Friday, to celebrate t n e dara. Panama: Mrs. and Mrs,

birthday of Mrs. Arias.

A large group of Mrs. Arias'
friends dropped in during the eve evening
ning evening to offer their congratulations.

jjianer Party

Guillermo Herrera 1 Franco, and

daughters: Mr. Leo Meyer, Pana Panama;
ma; Panama; Mr. Eustace Lee, Colon; Mr.
D. E. Laurie, Colon; Dr. and Mrs,
Carl Goebel, Indiana; Mr. Luis
Oniiano Panama: Xfr. Thomas

Mr. and Mrs. Harry s. easier i jyeuillet, Panama; Mr. and Mrs.
of Golf Heights were hosts at a Carios Quijano, Panama; and Mr.
small dinner party at their bome,nd Mrs. w Hall, Panama.

recenuy.

ur. Henry ttoimes, notea Amer

Leaving On Vacation

Mr. ana Mrs. Maicoim siagru

ican lecturer, and his wife, return

ed to the capital after a two day

Aa ,.Mmnt.i.J Kv iWexr .nna'vir.if at lha Panflmnnfa Inn

Bruce and Munro. will be emblan f Mr. Arturo Motta and lamlly.

ing next -Friday for Washington,, and Mr. Felipe Motta, returned to

u. pa tne jirst tap oi veir v iuirirapnai atier speuumj iue
r?tion .: Later thev. will ?ave for ter week-end at the Panamonte

Europe. They expect to return to Dr. Guillermo Chapman and his' his'-Panama
Panama his'-Panama about the middle of July. iily are spending a prolonged

c:7

WISDOM 1Y THE SPOONFUL,

GOOD FOR A SPRING TONIC
What every woman doesn't know

That even though her husband

claims he never wants 1 her to
change, he would be the, first to
be bored with her if she didn't
keep on growing and changing and
becoming more of a person

tnrougn the years.
That a wife can keen ner-hus

band closer to her through- the

years by r giving him as mucn
freedom as he wants rather than

by trying to keep him constantly
at her side. 1 : -.
- That boredom Is the worst threat
to marriage. The wife who keeps
things humming is doing a lot to

keen her husband, t :

. That even though a man knows

nothing about feminine fashions he

knows when his wife looks well-

groomed and attractive. So her
efforts to look ber best- arent
wasted on him even though she
occasionally gets complimented on
a "new dress", she has had Jot

three years. ...

That most men are happier piay

ing host than guest. The wife
whose husband never wants to go

anywhere can be made more

sociable, by plenty. of entertaining

at home.

Happy Laughter Is An Asset
That, nothing does more for

man's contentment than the sound

of a woman's laughter. The more

a wife finds to laugh about good-

naturedly the happier her marriage
will be. ""

That taking care of the details of

family living and straightening out

minor crises are a woman s re responsibility.
sponsibility. responsibility. The less she worries

her husband about small matters

the better.

That tears aulckly lose their

effectiveness u often resorted to.

It is easier fo. a man to run from

a woman's tears than to cope with

them.

That no victory won by nagging
is worth the nrice which is being

regarded as, a nagger by the man
who gives in. i

Mot every woman knows inese

facts about men and marriage. I
But lucky are the ones who do.

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Geo Gloriously
Coft Qliln In 7 days

When you start using Cuticura Soap and,
Cuticura Ointment-blackheads, oily shine, ex externally
ternally externally caused pimples and rashes clear, up.
In just 7 days your skin begins to look soft,
fresh, dear, radiant. Get Cuticura Soap- and
Ointment at druggists right away-and do try ;
new Cuticura Talcum and new greaselesa

Cuticura Medicated Liquid. ;

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CUTICURA

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if .M

The
best milk';

for
your family

Creamy-rich Klim ia the be$l
aource of complete nounsh nounsh-ment
ment nounsh-ment for your whole family. It
gives your children abuiklant
amounts of vitamins, protein
and minerals. And you'll lova
the fresh taste of Klim as much
as your children do.
Keep your whole family
healthy with delicious, fresh fresh-tasting
tasting fresh-tasting Klim milk every day.

Tfcs Pc?f TRIO EL ARRAKQUE
playina; ONLY TONIGHT this weekend kt tha
; CLUB 4:30
' In the alr-condltloned Balboa Bar
from midnight to 4:30 am,.

Meet Jour Friends Hera Listen

Ta Your Favorite

(Niihlcaa Oa Tha BauH

re Listen -f
at :3 a. I

Don't be misled!
Distegard the price!
Demand ROUX TINT
'at all Hnac!

--aa-n

it eniutf xr.t tareest sales volume In Panama, United

States and other countries.; malnlv because It does net.,
create difficulties with your hair. It does not Itch or
otherwise bother vour scalpl
It nevt-i falls to give the results desired!
Distributor In tlir Republic ot Panama and
' the Canal Zone ; i
j u ii o 'v 6s ;
No 3 "A"' Street Tel. 2-2971. Panama ,'
RFX PHARMACY colon

The Pacific Sleam Navigation Company:
, (INCORPORArED- BY ROYAL CHARTER 1840)
. V.'fast' fr'emSht AMJtpSSENrR Services J
. TCOLOMBli, ECrADOR?LTt(rANn" CHILE v
s.s! "cuzco" ... Ji I : ,y. -April' in'
S.S. "COTOPAXI" ......;'.:, v 1; .v April 2.
TO IKITED7KINGD0M VIA CARTAGENA," KINGSTON,
HAVANA. NASSAl'. BERMUDA. SPAIN AND FRANCE
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" (U.MI Tons) May l&
"TO NITeVk'iNGDOM "VIA "CARTAGENA. LA GtAIRA.
TRINIDAD, SPAIN AND FRANCE (
S.S. "REINA DEL MAR" (20,000 Tons. ,, i,' U
(Air-conditioned) I
, To mfED KINGDOM DIRECT
M.V. "8ARMIENTO" April 13,
M.V. "SALAVERRY" .April 18''
R0VAL MAIL LINES LTD.H0LLAND '!
" AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS

' S.S. "ARENSDYK"'
S.S. "DRINA'. ...............
. TO CKCONTINENT
S.S. "DIEMERDYK" ...
. S.S. "LOCH .RYAN" .

...April It:
...April S3

.April 18
..May I

'"All Saillnga Subject to Change Without Notice

PACIFIC STEAM NAVIGATION Co.. Cristobal Tel.t 1654S
rcn rn IV; fPANAMA-AveJ Peru No. 5S Tel. M25t8
FORD CO. INC.1BALB0ATeriM BW)t nj. moos

ST

UNITED FRI III. COMPANY

; Great White
New Orleans Servk

S.S. "TIVIVES" ..
S.S. "L. H. CARL" :
S.S. "CIBAO"-
S.S. "SIXAOLA"!
S.S. -MARNA" .1.
S.S. "TIVIVES" '",

Heet

Arrive
Cristobal
,. .jr.- v
April I
......April IS
.....April 13
......April 22
April 28
......Anril I
May i

'Also Handling 'Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo'

New York Service

S.S. "PARISM1NA"
S.S. "JUNIOR"
S.S. "CHOLUTECA"'

S.S. "LIMON"
S.S. "HEREDIA" ..
SA "COMAYAGUA"

v

. Arrives
Cristobal
..April 9
April 16
.,!.... April 19
....... April 23
..April J
..,... .May 7.

Weekly sailings of twelve passenjrer ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
t and Seattle.
Special round trip fares from Cristobal to New York,
San Francisco and Seattle.'

:ii New. York and Return .'. V 240.00 :

fo San Francisco and Seattle $365,00"

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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
Honschold : Antomobiles alcoholics anonymous
BOX 2031. ANCON, CZ.
- FOR SALE: Camalate set Mia- FOR SALE: 1955 CKryslar J0X 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
( Urn china ana crystal Haute I Windier, .9000 miles, $2100.' 111
3360 Diablo. Plane 2-2911. Phone Navy 3675. Bids will fee received in the ef-
" lice of Hie Supply and Employee
, FOR SALE: I9J4 Crmlay ra. FOR SALE-1954 Ckemlet 4. Service Director, Balboa Heights
, frlferater $22$, gas stove $100; door sedan in very good condi. :: or the General Man.'. Com-
2 beds, 2 charti Quartennaarar. -horn, .maroon finiih, 1 6,000 iniwary Division, Mount Hope,
All $325. 50rk Srnat, Apt. 21 r "iles. Priced at 1500 dollars. Canal Zone until 10:00 a.m. en
House 23. Call 13-2107 Tuesday. May 15, 1956, when
FOR SALE-6.I. refrig.ntor. I FOR' SALES : 1954 Ford Cos-' famisWn.C'Roated WhSu
,. ft, 60-eydo. excallent con. jremlio. 4-doors.d.n. vinylplas IU.pi cTf? tV th?MfrWM
dition; Singer oawint macbine. tic teat cover.,-wtw? radio. DiJi.io. fV.m jIr. XsTSSZ'
with motor, brand new. Rio Aba. ,14,000 mikf. Car look. like, f S? T'lM? UvitJtta TtVs!d
K17.hWN..,Ap,.3.. ""-A, U. C,.- ttZXUS-
FOR SALE:-Bedroom .1- .. W- be obtained 1. the office o the
moat new, I places $225; din- FOR SALE; -i." 1954 Ford V-l iupph ,n Emp,OYM Swk Di"'
int room sot. Move. Juste Are- Country Sedan, 11,000 s miles. r,rt0'' Bl,ba Heights, of the
semona Ave. No. 97, Apt. 4. new ear conditien throuahout. I p""1 Manager, rCommteoary
.n, .... r 550. Howe B574, Margarita. Haf'J C""
, FOR SALE Furniture, house-..... CZ. Phona 3-217$ Zone. ... .v
hold effects, radio-record player; '75.
typewrit.,. 196-A. Gatun. Tele- FOR SALE: 1954 Ford Main- .Jti"". MEDICAL
phone 5-437. line, OHV. V-S i excellent CLINIC. Day tV Night ..rvice. ;
... condition. Murt sell 'immediate- Oppire Chm B.nk Phen. 2-
FOR' SALE: -Dining room tt ly. Call 6-739. C.Z. 3479. r ?. ;
.(mahogany), I teenage mahog- .' .".
any bedroom set. Phena 13- tna tit r v;;'5-; ? ''"V'::;;
tV2u ; F0R;SALE:::
i ) ii o-te, radio' and lun-Vnar,,.: ',
WANTED MargJriT J'.W,WNI.-',"(M'V:: 'Miscellaneous,
" ru .. ( FOR SALE: Airplane Stinson
AU9CelIaHeoni FOR SALE-1951 Bnick Road- Mod.l 101-2 Station Wagon,
" 1 1 ster 4-door. Extra chrame i excellent condition. For p.rticu-
FOUR LITTLE CHILDREN want l f essorie. Very good lars call Canal Zone 3-2915 or
sn automatic vwasker so their ". throughout. See to ap- : write-Box 317, Mara.rit., Ca-
, mother can spend more time S??; !'" '00. 5776- nal Zone. :
f with them. 25-cycie machine. 0xM; 2-2608.
new or nearly new. Can yeu son sieirr m ''' F0R LE-Iedak Medalist II,
4 kalp ut find one? Phone Balboa ZLj"? .Flf i f-3-5. 100mm Ektar liens, ha.
. 2172. wean, Mainline V-l. Undercoat had very little nse, complete with
' jPZ!U h '"' Hash and carrying case. Original
I OT Fr FOII Mfl t& T I" Mi 4: pnc. .v $300. wm p
LUO l V rUUINU 00 .elUnt condion best offer over $1 50. Call Colon'
: .'"r 11550. Call Balboa i 74 or 73 x
LOSTt Male white cat with m8- ? -i '-. i
buhy tail. Call 2-2S18. Reward. ,ott SAiri.. i I T F0R 5ALE-G.E. radio 5 tubes,
- 7! 5"" Z LE-1954PentIac.8se-- 2 wicker chairs, sideboard, single
'Jllxm J": Standard .hift, 5000 mile.. bed with mattre... b.by. crib,
VFl' DAfl Q?C k -'' liKl.andout$l550. 1949 Plymouth food condition,
frll rOH J0j) Frie,d U. Tele- ,$450, .t.e "..hionK NoJ
nhene Balboa 2-2613. 7201, Prado. Balboa. ...
AlCocoh 1 ..e. ..

hslals Officers
tilstallatfnii
leld last night at. the General
George W.Mioethals Post, Cocoli,
No. 3835 of the Veterans of Foreign
ars 01 uie unijM states. Uonald
0Neil acted as the installim?
Officer. ;:: ; i
The new officers installed v. for
1956 were post commander Sol J.
Kaplan; senior vice ; commander
David H Searle Jr.; junior vice
commander William R. Stairs;
quartermaster Micnaei r. Milculalc;
adjutant George Alexander; chap chaplain'
lain' chaplain' Tommy De Grant; post ad advocate
vocate advocate George Alexsnder; three
year trustee Joe Galloway Sr.:
post surgeon James T. Wimpee.
The new house committee chair
man is John H. Tverstol. Officer
of the day, Kenneth V. B. ow-
ierv ,, .,
me appointed officers are as
roiiows; post legislative officer
Roman H. Bowe: post service of
ficer John H. Tverstol; patriotic
instructor Frank L. Blankenship;
post historian and public relations
officer Walter C. Watson: .guard
Robert E. Kent; Assistant adjut
ant, cnaries H. lister, assistant
quartermaster George Holder and
employment officer John U. Tver
stol.
Mrs. Lacy was the instituting of
ficer and installing officer of the
Ladies Auxiliary. The officers in
stalled were president Mabel Alex Alexander;
ander; Alexander; senior vice commander
Ruth A. Mikulak; junior vice com commander
mander commander Ruby Galloway: chaplain
Mary J. O'Neil; treasurer Dbrothe Dbrothe-a
a Dbrothe-a M, Kent; secretary Janette Wim Wimpee,
pee, Wimpee, guard CamiUe Tverstol, con conductress
ductress conductress Ada M. Fowler.
After the installation ceremonies
werje over, a buffet dinner was
served with refreshments. Music
for dancing was provided by Geo.
Miller and his jorchestr.
Among the guests were Ma), and
Mrs. Van Epps representing the
commanding officer of Albrook Air
Force .Base. The Department of
the Canal Zone of the V. F, W.
was represented by past command commander
er commander Don Hughes, chief of staff Zacha Zacha-ry,
ry, Zacha-ry, inspector D. J. O'Neil, chaplain
Coe, quartermaster Soke, surgeon
Warford and service officer James
E. Alexander., ;.
. Post No. 40 was represented by
commander Krankowsky, Post No.
3876 was represented by com commander
mander commander Robinson and commander commander-elect
elect commander-elect Bonzoument.
The Ladies Auxiliary of Post No.
3822 was represented by past pres presidents
idents presidents Mrs, E. E. Lacy, t and
Mrs.; J. Wrford, and president
Mrsr Qara Purvis. The Ladies
Auxiliary of PostTNo. 3876 was re
presented by president Betty Mi-
cek and presiaeni-eieci cars, buu
toumet,
PUBLIC NOTICE
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ficer.' Officer.' WlveV Cluh TV Baffle ac.4 ac.4-ted
ted ac.4-ted for 1 AprU ai adTtocd the fol fol-lowlnc
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Holder, of ticket, bearinr any of the
above nnmbrrs mavenrhanira of sew
ticket, at the Raffle Batarday eve eve-Fine,
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tlckt h-ld r Mm. Comwr, OnaHr.
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WELL-TRAINED SUNDAY SCHOOLERS Shepherded by
iheir pastor, Rev. Howell S. Foster,- extreme right, background,
Sunday SChoOlt Students of the Church nf th r.iwl .ihrhH

Bueha' Park, Calif., throng ."from

-ine congregation is holding services In the old country church at
Knott's Berry Farm, popular southern California tourist attrac attraction..
tion.. attraction.. Crowded out of the chapel, the 125 Sunday school students
meet In coaches of the Ghost Town and Calico Train, only narrow-

gauge passenger railroad m operation in the United States.

Unique VistaVision Comedy
"WE'RE NO ANGELS" ';
Stars Humphrey Bogarr, Aldo Ray, Peter Ustinov:
Opening Tuesday 10th at the Central Theatre.
TAree of, the most remarkable cutthoats ever to
: escape from Devits Island wf' invade the Central
XTheatre next Juesday, 10th,. 1..., V

Devil's Island escapees Humphrey Bogart and Aldo Ray
admire Peter Ustinov'! uncanny talent tor opening locked
boxes in '"We're No Angels," the unique VistaVision drama
due Tuesday 10th at the Central Theatre. The remarkable
trio use their talents to help Joan Bennett out of her finan financial
cial financial troubles but stir up a hornet's nest instead. Michael
Curtis directed., Advt.

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their improvised, "classroom.',
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FOR RENT

Apartment
ATTENTION 6. I.! Just built
mador. furaitkod artmoara, I,
2 badreean. bet, cold wataa,
PboM Peaaaaa 3-4941.
FOR tENT-Modern apatnieirt
at El Cangreje; 2 bedrooms, etc
garage. For more details phone
3-4946 or 3-6737. v
FOR RENT: Modem anfur
stished apartment at EL CAN- ..
GREJO: 2 beaWms, 2 bath bath-'
' bath-' rams, dining-liivng room, maid's
room with bath, garage and hot
water. Phone kuiinet. heura 2-"
0321. Sundays 2-3525.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apart--
- apart-- ment, bedroom, living 1 room,
kitchen. 16th Street No. 2-A.
San Francisco, close to SAS Com-'
missary, $80, fa. Included. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 3-2930 or 3-2628.
: FOR RENT:. Army-inspected.
I furnished -bedroom apartment,
kitchenette, refrigerator, bet
water. No. 17-18 Fourth of July
Ave. Phone 2-5133.
FOR RENT Furnished apart
ment, living-dining room, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, tat stove, refrigerator.
43rd Street No. 64, Bella Vista.
, FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment for bachelor, one bedroom
and bath. Bella Vista. Phone 3-
1648. .:.'r-J
FOR RENT Two furnnJied a a-parrments,
parrments, a-parrments, $55 and $65. Milita Military
ry Military inspected. Via Poms 99, Tel Tel-epheno
epheno Tel-epheno 3-2068. ;.
FOR RENT: Fumithed apart apart-ment,
ment, apart-ment, $50. North American
neighbors, regular transportation.'
Phone 3-0471.
Ilcrma DeSuzc Vedj
Egbert Vemon i
Af Christ Church
Wit. IVnrma Tm : S, 4-i,V.
. UlUgll-
ter,.of Mr. and Mrs. David De
2UZe Of Gamhna horam.. IV.
bride of Egbert Vernon, son of
Mr. and Mrs. IT. Vernon of Colon.
The ceremony took place at' Christ
Church by the Sea in Colon last
aaiuraay evening wiui ven. Main
ert J. Petersen nffifintinw
ine oride entered the church on
the arm of her father, while K.
Lawson nlaverl tha nro.n fi h
wore a gown of chantiUy lace with
accuruiun pieaiea 8 Kin, crysui
trim with rhinestnn tr-ar rirnna
a head niecn .If nvlnn nt nnKlv
embroidered, and lace' shoes.
She carried a bouquet of Easter
uues. me cniei bridesmaid was
Miss Agnes Burnett while Lester
Dalev was best man. AtW th r.
emony the party motored to Gam-
ooa ai uie reswence oi tne oride s
narpnt. urhprat an AluKArnf-
tion was held, with George HamU
ion as toastmaster. Uancing was
the main feature. The cakes- were
decorated bv Herman Jnn
Dancing continued until the wee
oours oi uie morning. .. ... ..
"Those who attended were Mr.
and Mrs. O. Malum, Mr. and Mrs.
C. Cox. Mr. and Mrs. W Elling
ton, Mr.- and, Mrs.' C. M. Grant,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Fowler. Mr. and
Mrs. A.' Beach, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Mayers, Mr. and Mrs. J. Belme,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Vernon, Mr. and
Mrs. R. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. L.
Reid, Mr. and Mrs. H. Luscap,
Mr, and Mrs. L. Beach, Mr. and
Mrs. R. Samuels. Mr., and Mrs.
F. Moore, Mr. and-Mrs.' H.' Rob
erts,. Mr. and Mrs. A. Evelyn;
Mrs. R. Linco. Mrs. D. McRevil.
Mrs. R. Burnett, Mrs. C. W. Mark-
ham, Mrs. o. firatnwaithe Mrs.
V. Evelyn, Mrs. M. Belenfante,
Mrs. C. Vernon Mrs. J. Allen,
Mrs. H. Palmer, Mrs. C. Forte,
Xfm .. X PiliBf.ile Ull, i P
Thompson, Miss R. Newlang, Miss
A. Herbert, Miss P. Gale, Miss A..
Burnett, Miss J. Stewart, Miss C.
Stewart, Miss C. Cesser, Mist H.
Bryan, Miss a. Burnett, Miss M
Matthew, Miss E. Taylor, Miss R
McLean. Miss L QuinlanrL Miss K
Duncan, Miss M. Harbing, and
Messrs. V. Baquie, L. Hall, F. A.
Lawrence, G. Gordon, J. Laurie,
D. Davis. C. Ford. F. Vernon, D.
Bell, S. Harrison, N. B. Nelson,

PANAGRA ART CONTEST

The -artists of the countries
served by Pan American Grace
Airways, Jnc (Panagra) will
have an opportunity to put their
brushes and crayons to compete
against eacrt outer. Tne reason
for this Is that the airline is
snonsnrinir an art contest for the
purpose of obtaining art wora ro
be used in a publicity campaign.
Here are the rules -under which
r.hlo rnntast will b run.
1, The contest would be open
to anyone living in uie coun
tries served by Panagra. Panagra.-9
9 Panagra.-9 Thn entries mav bo colorful
native scenes, animals, birds,
liowers, cities, or .any scene
'" that is typical of each coun-
... try, .:- V j
S The nftlntincx should he In
. the respective Panagra sales
onices no jaier uian wuiy
1st They may consist of oil
-' rjaintintrs. water colors, tem-
pera, pen etchings, carbon

Help Wanted

WANTED: Yeung girl as nurse nursemaid
maid nursemaid to help fake care of little
girl. Arboix Building, Front and
5th St Apt 6.
WANTED: Good cook. Mutt
have references. Good salary. Al Alberta
berta Alberta Navarre Street No. 26 (El
Cengrero).
WANTED Maid for general
heusowork and care of child.
Meat jive i.. Apply Sunday
5615-C. Hodges, Diablo.
WANTED: English speaking
maid. Lfva in. Reference.. Apt.
: 4, Monterrey Mdgn Via Argen Argentina.
tina. Argentina.
WANTED
Houses
AMERICAN .COUPLE desire
modern new unfurnished 2 or
3-bcdreem house fa good lec lection.
tion. lection. CH 3-6818.
WANTED
Apartments
WANTED.- Vacation ejuartert
urgently needed by May 1, 6-8
weeks. Balbaa 1405.
PosiHon Offered
WANTED: Librarian for Army
position. Qualifications: degree
: in library science from accredit accredited
ed accredited library school; maximum age
40. Apply -to Staff Librarian,
Special Services, USARCARIB,
Bldg. 156, Ft. Clayton. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 87-2295
Cfeo Half Wins"
Commissary Club's
Queen Contest
Miss Cleo Hall laat nioht
,
the Queen eontrst annnnrrl hv h.
Pacific Commissary; Social and
aporung uuo alter a close race
with Miss Juanita Montoute. of
PalKn. rAMH.: ..... '.':..
Miss Hall amassMt h tofal nf 11
841 votes to Miss Montoute's 11,-
vu-ginia aancnez ot ht Boca
commissarv nallerl A im- Rr.hai
Johnson of Gamboa, 3283; Brenda
ra w uianio, zoeo; Mabel Gus
tave of Ancon, 1080 and Gloria Me
Lenn of Parainn 455 m,
Miss Hall will preside over the
club's sixth anniversary ball which
mi i. ii ... n
wui De neiu at uie raciuc service
Center mn Anril 21 with Armanrln
Boza and his orchestra following
her coronation. -Male
guests attending will be
expected to use lormai or miorm
al wear, but not snort wear: Fern
ales guests have a choice of form
ai or semi-iormai aiure.
VH7 Post l!o. 1C3.
Installs Oliicers
At a meeting of Panama Canal
Post No. 100, Veterans of Foreign
Wars, held at the post home in
Margarita, Canal Zone on April 5,
the officers for. the ensuing year
were installed. ;.,-,4-w
Thomas L Sellors. a past-Com
mander of the post, was the in
stalling officer. Sellers installed
the newly elected commander.
Murphy B. Alexander, as presid presiding
ing presiding officer for 1958-57. Others in installed
stalled installed were: senior vice 'torn 'torn-minder,
minder, 'torn-minder, Marvin. F. Redmond; jun
ior vice commander, Harry L.
uoya; quartermaster, Henry n
Chenevert; chaplain,- Robert W.
Hartwig; and three-year trustee,
Jesse u urewer. v';.'-
Appointed of fie ere Installed
were as follows: advocate, James
Davenport; adjutant, Rasque; pa patriotic
triotic patriotic instructor, Worlev Hr Ev
ans; service officer, Walk e i
Treadway: legislative officer,
Thomas L. Sellers and publicity
officer, Maurice E. Fitzgerald.
After the meeting refreshments
were servea.'.,,-r-"-.'.i.
- : t
J. Hamilton k Bro.. V. Maxwell
J. B. Charles, A. Beach, C. Jones,
J.- Davis, R. Griffith, D. Moore,
f. .Henry. s
i pencil drawings, etc They
mav "be of any size but It is
desired that they maintain
- ,the 18 cm. width s 24 cm.
helcht nrnnnrttnn
4. The prizes are also quite iri-l
, kcrcsuuK, ncro uiey are:
prize $300 US; 2nd. prize $200
US; .3rd. prize $100 US.
S. The entries will be sent to
New York City at Panagra's ex
pense, wnere tnree weu-Known
American artists will judge the
paintings and decide the win
ners. All works sent to New York,
whether or not they obtain a
price, will automatically become
the nronertv of Panagra.
The airline believes that this
is an opportunity for soma young
artists to get tne cnance.iney
have been waiting: lor. as win
ning one of these, prizes will
mean a trood deal of nubllcity
and may very well be the first

step to tame.

RESORTS

Swim and relax at Shrapnel's
hoach home., Santa Clara. Phone I
Thompson, Balboa 1772. f-
.FOSTER'S COTTAGES. Oat snile
past Casino, law rate. Pacac
Bolboe 1866.
PHIUIPS Ocoeasido tottagea,
Santa Clara, tea 435. Balboa.
Phone Pinanto 1-1877. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
FOR RENT
Sliscellaneoas ;
FOR RENT: Attractive offices
In cammarcial row- in .front Ho-
tel Panama. Apply For. Halcon,
.ante vicinity, ; Phone 3-1 179,
3-6082.
FOR RENT
i? r
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-4
FOR RENT: Famished
with private bath and entrance,
Suitable for bachelor or couple
Call 2-0434 or 3-4207.
FOR, SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Lot. in Las Cum Cum-bret;
bret; Cum-bret; No. 265 and 266, 4889
metert, 50c meter, CalL Cur.
5100. 1 1 j.

CENTRAL AMERICAN SUBMARINER Canal Zone Naval re reservist
servist reservist Lawrence C. Cox, 19, who joined the regular Navy,-is1
sworn in by Capt. V7. J. Catlett, Jr., USN, Commanding-Of-
fleer Recruit .Trainint- Command, U. S. Naval Training Cen-.
ter, Bainbrldge, Md. .Cox, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Cox
oINHouse 59, 3rd Street, Cristobal, Is a former forestry major'
mi. 1 A a H.. -J J.w 1 A will Malt.. AM-'

earlier ambition when he reports for Submarine School in New -London,
Conn4 to prepare himself for the underwater Fleet.

fmi- 1i-'

YANKEE BLUEJACKET Canal Zone Naval reservist Paul B.
Gibbs, 20, who joined the regular Navy is sworn in by Capt.
W. J. Catlett Jr, USN, Commanding Officer, Recruit Training
Command. U. S. Naval Training Center, Bainbridge, Md. "Gibbs,
son of Mr. And Mrs. Earnest. S. Gibbs, 776 Barneby Street,
Balbea, ws forr-rrty a Lberal arts stndent at the Canal Zone
Jsnwr Ci .s. T e youth, who joirted the Navy for the -opportunity
(j J Sulimaritie s1ool, is slated to spend a 14 14-tiay
tiay 14-tiay leave t ie br'-e rrrort.nf to New London, Conn,
al(.e 1 e will r-"-. h anucrwater ambitions. -.r ..

FOR RENT
i Houses :v,;

FOR RENT: Chalet en Golf
Heights, completely furnished, I
. bedrooms (one air-conditioned). "T
maid's quarters. Call 2-1050,. -J
FOR RENT r Concrete house. ; 2,
- ffotrs, spaciou, ventilated, near v
ao San Francisco, $80. Tale- ;
pk no 3-63J9..--.,.,
i FOR RENT: Furnished l-beJ
' room chalet.' 31st Street No. 27, 1
Phone 14925.:..--"'- -.
FOR RENT-2-badreom chalet.
? Living dining .roosa, bathroom,
. kitchen, maid's Las Com
bras, Boyaca Street No. 2107.
K FOR SALE:
' Boats & Motors
FOR JALEf Keet wlboat J4.
Fiber-glass. MIL' Farrmrty
"Zombio." Coca Sole 609.
FOR SALE : Twenty-foot out- -.
beard cabin' cruiser with v two -;
bunks and marina toilet. .', Ono
25-hp. EWnrudo outboard motor '' '..
, with electric tartar aad battary, battary,-alto,
alto, battary,-alto, a small emergency merer.,
One frailer, i Boat is aqaippad
with remote controls and Is
, excellent condition. For infer-
' tnatioa and price call 82-3230,
I 8-4; and S2-3270 after 4. 1
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Senate-House Conferees Hand Ike
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Smashing Defeat On Farm Bill Issue

WASHINGTON April. T (UP)
President Eisenhower summoned
Secretary of Agriculture Etra T.
Benson to an urgent conference
today to decide what to do about
; the Congress-bound farm bill. -1
Senate-House conferees yesler-
day-dealt the President a smash smashing
ing smashing defeat by approving 8-S a com compromise
promise compromise farm bill. including high
rigid price- supports for one year
and a handful of other administration-opposed
features. ;
- Some Republicans predicted the
President will veto the bill if Con Congress
gress Congress passes it even though it con contains
tains contains his $1.2 billion voluntary soil
bant program. However, the Pres President
ident President said Wednesday he would
not demand perfection if he could
get a "good bill for farmers,"
Mr. Eisenhower .scheduled .' a
meeting with Benson for the sec sec-end
end sec-end time in two days. Benson cut:
short a trip to Salt Lake City,
SIDE GLANCES

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v.'Aif voii can fieurout whaft wronr

0V7fS' TV HADIO
by Erskint Johnson

- HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Ex-1
dusively. Youri: The smart set is
making such a big thing of Grace
Kelly's weddine. says Alan Wil
son, ihat the. subject has changed
from, "Did; your relatives come
over on .the Mayflower?'', to ''are
you going over on the S.S. Con-
stirution?
, But don't get excited. Myrtle. A
new .movie "Kelly and Me," has
nothing, to do with Monaco or
Prince Rainier' true confessions.
This Kelly is a dog. A white Ger German
man German shepherd that breaks into
Vaa Johnson's .vaudeville act, be-i
sondes his partner and both go to
Hollywood.
f But tr s tho 409 named Kelly,
Mott Van,, who .wins stardom.,
universai-imemauonai naa
Um
Angers crossed, noping were wiu
be no 'objections from Grace or
her prince about the title.
'" ; LEX BARKER'S first rote' as 'a
, romantic.leading man- in "Price
of Fear" puts him in the strong.
silent-type league.with John Wayne
and Alan Ladd i 'v Margaret
Uniting sold a national magazine
an article titled "My Funny Val
entines. It s about, the comedians
gheV worked with.; i ; ;
Edmund Purdomi who made Lin Linda
da Linda Christian forget Ty Power, lift lifted
ed lifted .eyebrows on ihe set of "The
Intruder", during a discussion
about, film; acting.' Said Purdom:
i "The, best I've ever soon was
fy Pewar'e Mrformanct In 'Night-
Errol Hynn'r birthday cake for
bis nine-year-old Rory was decor
ated wUhhe words, "To Rory
from the Baron.' When one 'of
Sie kid guests asked, "who's the
aron?" Rory replied: That's
pad. We'call him, the Baron.'',
Director Norman Taurog after
bis sixth movie with Dean Martin
and Jerry Lewis: i
( "Dean is becoming a better ac actor
tor actor and Jerry isn't mugging as
ihuch

t "A wiae-eyea Taurog aoout ineir, nesiaurani ana saia sne was a
Jjne reading: jnewly arrived actress seeking a
i "Peoole dont suspect it. but i movie career.

every day they know their lines

bacKwaras. iod i as raeoeftyH murpny.

Utah, to meet with Mr. Eisenhow-

er vesterday afternoon,
The farm aid bill designed to
increase the electioa year in income
come income of farmers $1 billion will
ge e Cengress next week. The
House was expected to begin
eoaiidertnf it Wednesday.
Sen.- George D. Aiken (R-VU.
congressional leader of adminis
tration farm forces, told reporters
the administration' will make an
all-out effort in the House and
Senate to bring the bill more in
line with the President' flexible
support program.
As anally approved by a con
ference committee after weeks of
wrangling, the bill also would au
thorize a two-price support plan
for wheat It would increase the
cost of producing bread by about
one cent a iom. 1
" The Democratic backed bill
wa a smashing defeat for Mr.
Eisenhower, who opposed s sub-
Bv Colbrcirh
wrong' with' my,
they study them because 1 don't
know."
. ERNEST BORGNINE'S girl
friend in "Marty." his pals insist insisted,
ed, insisted, was a "doa."

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UlCCIE 13 leil'
it. u 0,e ot tne blonde
with mother-in-Uw nmhiams
v t first movie role
but you d never recognize her now,
Playing a luscious Air Force of officer's
ficer's officer's wife in Bill Holden's "To "Toward
ward "Toward the Unknown.'1. Or in her
?xt ."'.corta.rrmg role opposite
Vic Mature m "Sharkfighter."
I was a real don in 'Mrv',:
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Vbit linrfpi". B1V Bv.. ,UU .JL..:...
I u r w,u, auuesive
uiiie.
But her acting was terrific.
1 Even "Bill Holdch's on a soap
box about her, saying: "The best
acting is in the eyes When Karen
reads lines, you know she believes
them." -j. y -'if?'! ; ..... '. ...
m The young actress, raised in
Honolulu, is the daughter of Percy
Davis SteeV, assistant administra administrator
tor administrator of lhe-'Marshall Islands. Land Landing
ing Landing the role in "Marty," she says
"was a big fluke. Everybody
thought I was from New York."
She studied acting for a year
at Rawlins College in Florida and
had been in Hollywood only a year,
working in TV, when r,Marty,"
gave her a movie career. She's
a' real 195$ star bet.
the witnbTj Overheard at
Jack's at the Beach: "I find it
easy to file my income tax but
tougn to -grind any of it off."
Not In The Script: William Hoi Hoi-don,
don, Hoi-don, about many of Hollywood's
young would-be stars: "They make
the mistake of comploxlne them
selves into something they're not."
This Is Hollywood. Mrs. Jones:
A doll walked into the Saratoga
Her nsme, she said, was "Bry

stitvtion of high rigid price sup
ports for th administration's
present system of flexible sup supports
ports supports on wheat, cotton, corn,
peanuts and rice.

Although Mr. Eisenhower soften softened
ed softened his criticism at the last min minute.
ute. minute. Sen. George D. Aiken (R-Vt.)
told reporters the President will
veto the bill "unless be has com
plctely reversed his character, his
disposition or his knowledge of
farm problems." "',
However, some congressional
experts thought Mr.. Eisenhower
might accept it. Two weeks ago
he denounced the. measure as un
workable." t f
In any case, Housj Republicans
were talking, of offering a substi substitute
tute substitute measure next week pegging
price supports at 87- per cent
of parity. The House is expected
to take up the bill Wednesday ana
thft Senate later.
Republican farm leaders said a-
ny compromise they may offer
when the House takes up tne diu
would have to be cleared with the
ad m inistration. 5 s :
The bill, which already is a
major-Issue in the 1956 presiden presidential
tial presidential elections, has been hanging
fire in Congress for nearly s i x
weeks. The Senate opened, debate
on Feb.' 22, and at first it looked
like Mr. Eisenhower was set to
score one of his most important
leeislative victories. 1
The Senate, with Vice President!
Richard M.. Nixon .breaking a tie
vote, rejected flat 90 per cent
once supports.. But Democrats,
working amendment. by amend amendment,
ment, amendment, steadily forced through pro
posals wnicn in etiect scrapped tne
administration's flexible supports.
The 'Senate, bill was then sent
to conference with the House,
which last year had passed, by a
five-vote margin, legislation to re
turn to 90 pa,- cent supports.
As it starts, the bill would.
Eraist support prices for corn, cot-
ion, aairy prenvcia, iwa vlanlli
paanuts, rice and wboat this
year. Price; supports; would so
back to the iltxiblo progranv
naxt year unless now legislation
io passed."- -vf '' v' v'-:Hefe
:Hefe v'-:Hefe are price supports for in individual
dividual individual crops under the bill : :-'
' :-' Commercial area corn, Jl.e'"
bushel; non-commercial are corn
$1.39 a bushel, cotton, 31.7 cents
a pound; butterf at, 58.6 cents a
pound; manufacturing milk, $3.25
a hundred weight; barley, $1.12
per bushel; grain sorghums, $2.18
a hundredweight; oats, 72 cents
a bushel; rye, $1.40 a bushel;4 peanuts.-
$2.2 cents a pound, rice donv
estically-'consumed,:: $4.88 a hun hundredweight;
dredweight; hundredweight; rice average $4.44 a
hundredweight and wheat, $2.26 a
bushel. : ''
. The b 11 l's 200,000,000 soil
bank is designed to cut down farm
surpluses and conserve the soil
by paying farmers to let cropland
lie idle or plant conservation grass
es and trees on it. The committee
also voted an extra 500 million
dollars to buy up surplus perish
able crops.
Aunt Ellen Kiddies
fashion Show To Be
Presented Jonighl
mand for tickets to the Easter
Parade which Aunt Ellen Club is
sponsoring at .the Pacific Service
Center tonight in aid of its chari charitable
table charitable work.
The curtain goes up at 8 on the
all kiddies-fashion show, in which
models will compete ra various
fields for prizes, 'included are Cin
derella dresses and boys display
ins snort shirts.
, Some qualified women have con
sented to serve as judges, while
Dave Constable, newspaper man
and radio announcer, will be the
narrator. ,..W,,i,.'.i-j
An entertaining program has
been arranged in connection with
the show, and an orchestra will
be in attendance. :
YOV are given a telephone mes message
sage message but forget to call backg Ad Admit
mit Admit it. Don't pretend you, never
got the message. You are not only
being dishonest if you attempt to
cover up your own mistake but
you are lacing the blame rm some
one else.
One should never be so a
shamed of his social lapses that he
is wi ling to lie to try to conceal
them.

ygy-'' MAKE WENDS

Whot Are We Laughing At?. .1

Topnotch
Sense Of
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By DICK KLEINER
NEW YORK (NEAV Whv did
the chicken cross the road? If you
say the perambulating pullet
wamea to. get -to, the other side,
you're as out of date as a dino
saur. Humor, like dinosaurs, has
evolved into higher forms. And a
survey oi top comedians and gag gag-writers
writers gag-writers highlights this evolution.
Take the road-crossing rooster.
Dick Shawn, one of the better
young comics, says that used to
be pretty good as a laugh-setter.
Bu today?
. 'Today," Dick says, "with the
way audiences are with their 'go
and show me attitudes, the same
joke would have to be twisted
around given a new, strange.
weird, sick slant. It would have to
go something like' this:
"Bill: Hey, manli Why did that
crazy chick cross that road there?
"Joe: Boy, that was no chick.
That's my father. ; He's got
prowems. v
The surveyed comedians do not
agree that the changing American
sense of, humor is progress.
"The standards of humorous
material have been lowered," the
late Fred Allen said in a reply
shortly before pis death, m a
mass production era the humor in
radio, television and m o 1 1 o n
pictures comes off the assembly
line. These media centered in New
York, Chicago and Hollywood have
eliminated regional humor its
writing and performance,"
Jack Paar aerees that all is not
well in the' humor faptories.',
'Because of llie beavy. barrage
ot; comedy via.,TX radio moviesv
newspapers, magazines, cartoons
and even the back of cereal
boxes," Paar says, the average
American ts exposed to humor of
some form for the best (or worst)
part of the day. This saturation
takes its toll and the public soon
becomes jaded with contemporary
styles of humor, tor instance,
whatever happened' to' the Little
Audrey -stories, the Little Moron
iokes and 'Knock, knock, who's
there
JLMMY DimAStTE: TV
edu-
--tedge6ple toumor
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But Edgar Bergen takes The!
view mat tne change is for tne
good.
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of the educational pressures of
both radio and television."
Jimmy Durante is another one
who looks at things happily. "TV
has educated people to humor," he
says. "They know if they've heard
it before and you can't tell a bad
link.. Afl ntillinn nionnin,
They almost all agree that the
deep, basic nature of humor is un un-uncnanging.
uncnanging. un-uncnanging. But style ; changes,
topics change, the surface humor
continually changes. As- Robert Q.
Lewis puts it, "Basically, the Amer
ican sense of humor nas never
changed and never will. Some of
the specific topics for jokes have
become outmoded. 1
"In an old
across this:
joke book, I ran
Zcke: That horse you sold me
last week is -no good. I can't get
him to hold his head up.
"Rube:- It's just cause he's
ashamed. He'll hold it up as soon
as you finish paying for him.
"This is probably one of the
earliest installment-buying jokes on
record. With the advent -of the
LUCILLE B'ALt: "Tbe.- frames
rf of life change
automobile, shame was given- as
the reason for the engine coughing
and. when the air age is really1-
with us; it wilt probably be used
as an excuse' for the family hell hell-copter
copter hell-copter being unable to get off the
ground.
"All any Joke" needs to bring it
up to date is just a little ehanee,
of props. In the year 2O0O, with,
rocket ships and .space travel, thei
old walkinghome-from-the-buggyf
ride jokes will become parachute
jokes; the he-she luvemakmg jokes!
will still be the same, only instead i
of gazing' at the moon, the boyi
and gin win smooco beneath an
artificial satellite."
This entimcnt is echoed by Milt
Josefsberg, who for years wrote
for Jack Benny and Bob Hope, and
is now NBC's executive in charge
of developing new comlncs and
comedy shows. ;
"Jack Benny will today take a
script," Josefsberg says, "that was
done 10 or IS years ago', cut out
the dead-Wood, remove the topical
gags and spike it up with a couple
Inf mniArn hit This, fannnr htt
done with all scripts, of course.
but it can, and has, been done with
j many of uiem.
f Josefsberg's reference to topical
i gags is important.. There is uni-
same gag, but update the name.
' "Wo used to do gags about
glamor girls like Hedy Lamarr and

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lAnn Sheridan." Josefsbere savs j
"Today these same gags are being
done about : Marilyn Monroe and
Jane Russell."
"The frames of life change," Is
the way Lucille Ball puts it. "It!
isn't possible' to get a laugh from 1
the British about its loss of the
Colonies, for example. At the timej
when 'the sui never set on the!
British empire, they could be'
kidded about it.
- "There is a 'certain humor that
is derived from the headlines,"
says Mel Tolkln, writer for Sid
Caesar. "That, of course, changes
daily. What's funny about the'
gasoline shortage?
So topics keep changing. Yester Yesterday,
day, Yesterday, it was the gasoline shortage.
In some distant tomorrow, it may
be rocket fuel, "-- j
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ahead. -. .-.it.. 1
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V NEW YORK, April 7 (UP)-Worried Walt Al Al-ston
ston Al-ston today admitted Brooklyn's pitching situation
has grown "extremely desperate" and. indicated no
obvious help was in sight with the season opener

only ten days away.
"Our pitching can't possibly get
any worse, moaned the manag manager,
er, manager, of 'the world champion Dodg
ers. "The way things are going
now I'm going to keep as many
' pitchers as I'm ; allowed -right up
to cutdown date on Hay 17.
Even though Alston is in t h e
South, he certainly isn't whistling
Dixie. He has every reason to be
concerned in-as-much as Brook
lyn's once-talented pitching staff
has-shrunk to almost nothing.
Carl Erskine has been pounded
for 33 hits and 17 runs in 15 in
nines Billy Loes' arm went dead
and he was sent home. Don New New-combe's
combe's New-combe's arm has been slightly
. sore and he has worked only four
.times this spring.
Compounding Alston's pitch pitching
ing pitching problems has been tha fact
that Don Bestant has com up
with an Iniury and that .Kan
Lehman, a 22-game winner at
Montreal last season who was
counted on to take Johnny Po Po-dras'
dras' Po-dras' plica, hat been slammed
for 23 hits and 20 runs in 22 in-
: nings- so far.-',: w; ...
The Dodgers'; weary pitching
staff received a welcome day of
rest yesterday when a scheduled
samp, acainst Milwaukee at Chat
tanooga was called off because of
wet grouns. :
Detroit manager-Bucky Harris
has troubles, too. Four of his play-
orit-nitchen BilLv Hoeft ana Vir
gil Trucks and outfielders Al Ka-
line and Jim ueising nave come
up with sore arms which required
soecial. treatment at nous ion,
Tpy... vesterdav.
Mike Higgins of the Red Sox
was one Big League manager who
was wearing a smile, though, and
rookies Don Buddin and many
Keough were the cause. Each
slammed a homer with the bases
full to lead Bostod' to a 19-4 tri triumph
umph triumph over Jacksonville of the Sal Sally
ly Sally League at Jacksonville, Fla.,
yesterday: Dick Gernert and Geo
Kits also homered for Boston.
Rain forced cancellation of the
game between the CardlriTkuTand
White Sox but.lhe Carda -took ad advantage
vantage advantage of the lull -to purchase
h. ;nnti-if nf Jiokift Brandt. 21-
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year-old outfielder, from Roches Rochester
ter Rochester of the International League.
Brandt batted .290 with St. Louis
this spring and manager Fred
Hutchinson said ho would be giv given
en given a change to win a regular out outfield
field outfield berth.
' Another youngster making a
determined bid to stay in the,
big time is Yankee infiolder
'Bobby Richardson. He drove m
four runs to help the Yanks boat
the Phillies, 7-4, in 10 innings at
Mobile, Ala., yesterday. Don Lar-
son pitched the first nine innings
a-nd was the' winning pitcher al al-though
though al-though ho was nicked for horn horn-ers
ers horn-ers by Joe Lonnett, Murry Dick Dickson
son Dickson and Dal Ennis.
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Washington edged Cincinnati, 4 4-3,
3, 4-3, at Florence, S. C, as Dean
Stone of the Senators shut out the
Redlegs during the seven innings
he worked. Stan Palys hit a three-

run homer in the ninth of wash
ington reliever Connie Grob.
Pale Long smashed his fifth
nomer of ice spring, plus a pair
of singles in leading the "pirates to
a s-a decision over the Athletics
at Austin, Tex., and in a game
played at Waco, Tex., a second
Pirate squad defeated New Or Orleans
leans Orleans of the Southern Association,
14-7. as Bob Fried went the full
nine, inning and gave up 11 hits
First baseman Gail Harris poled
two homers to pace the Giants to
a 13-8 victory over the Indians at
Houston as Johnnv Antonelli Ditch
ed eight innings and contributed
a three-run homer himself. Hoyt
Wilhelm pitched the ninth inning
for the Giants and was racked for
three runs. Hank Foiles and Earl
Averill each homered for Cleve
land.. ; .'
A three-riiri homer hv V.'r n I e
Banks featured a five-run rally in
me sixin inning mat neipea tne
Cubs to a 15-11 victory over the
Orioles at San Antonio, Tex: Tito
Francona, Bob Hale and Wayne
causey homered tor the Orioles,
Fort Amador Winner
In Panama Area
Golf Championship
Fort Amador won the Panama
Area Armed Forces golf cham championship
pionship championship for the third straight
year yesterday at Ft. Davis, edg edging
ing edging Fort Kobbe's team by two
strokes.
The Truopers, led by Maj.
Charles .McGowan, fired a 72-hole
total of 1.200. Kobbe followed with
1.802. Fort Clayton crabbed thirrt
place with 1,208,-and was follow
ed Dy Albrook AFB (1,240), Army
Atlantic (1,262). Navy 'Pacific (1.-
ouo; ana navy Auanuc U.ooU.
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vie. Ray Barnes of Kobbe fired
a final round score of 74 to edge
Maj. McGowan for medalist's
honors by one stroke. McGowan
led by one stroke after the first
nine holes, but then carded a one-over-par
37 on the back nine while
Barnes1 birdied the final hole, sink sinking
ing sinking a six-foot putt to beat out the
Amador major, 288 to 289.
The results:
TEAM
1. Fort Amador
Fort Kobbe
1,200
1,202
1.20ft
3. Fort Clayton
4. Alciook ArB
1,240
5. Army Atlantic
6. Navy Pacific
7. Navy Atlantic
1,262
'1,303
1.337
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Barnes, Kobbe
McGowan, Amador
Brophy, Clayton
Goodman, Amador
Dickens, Navy Pacific
Cameron, Clayton
Oliver, Kobbe
Riggs, Clayton
Connor, Amador
Pearson, Albrook
Harrison. Kobbe
288
289
295
298
298
299
299
301
305
309
311
311
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CPO Atlantic Teen Champs
On ll-t6-3 Wiri Over Mottas

The CPO' team rlinched s the
championship, of the Atlantic
Teenage League yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon when they trounced the
Motto's club. 11 to 3.
What promised to be a close
game was ruined in the second
inning when Harry Dockery's
boys booted the ball around to
give, up six unearned runs on
one hit. Losing pitcher Skipper
Petersen deserved a better fate.
Russell Favorite, Chief Thomp Thompson's
son's Thompson's meal ticket throughout
the season, had an easy time
after the Motta defense came
apart. The righthander display displayed
ed displayed excellent control as he fan fanned
ned fanned 11 batters and walked only
one.
GUN CLUB
There will be a "trap shoot"
held at the Gamboa Gun Club
tomorrow, commencing at 9 a.m.
This shoot will help participants
get ready for the "State Shoot"

Warriors Can Win NBA Title
By Dealing Pistons Tonight

PHILADELPHIA. Anril 1 (UPV
-The high ; flying Philadelphia
Warriors can i wrap up their first
iNauonai uasKetnaiL Association
victory since 194T- tonight by de defeating
feating defeating the Fort Wayne Pistons in
the fifth game Of he best-of-sev-
Tha Warriors, with three play,
off victorias to one setback, era
heavily favored to turn back tha
Pistons on tha Convention Hall
court. A capacity crowd of mora
than 11,000 Is expected to wit witness
ness witness the clash between the
NBA's top Eastern and Western
Division clubs., ( (-Philadelphia
Philadelphia (-Philadelphia won two of Its
three victories at home and nipped
Fort Wayne, 107-105, at the India Indiana
na Indiana court in the fourth battle. The
only Warrior defeat was an 84-83
squeaker last Sunday night on the
Piston's' home floor. And in that
one, the Warriors claimed they
were "robbed" by the officials.
A victory over Philadelphia
would bn a sweet one for coach
George Senesky, former 'Warrior
and St. Joseph's College star now
DESTILADORA

1 ETHELBERT McKINNON
OK Amigo Bar v
2 FELIX BRAVO
- Fort Clayton Officers' Oub
3 JQSELYN O. CLAIZE
Fort Kobbe Officers' Club
'4 CARL D. SCOPE
.Elk Club, Margarita
5 ARMANDO BERNAL
Balboa Bar, Hotel El Panama

(6)

Dominguin, shown here putting a perfect pair of banderillas
attempt tomorrow to duplicate many of the feats executed
appearance. Dominguin and El Calesero Alfonso Ramirez will
tomorrow afternoon at La Macarena bullring.

Don Bruce starred for the los losers
ers losers in centerfield where he cov covered
ered covered a lot of ground, accounting
for six putouts which included
some great running catches,
The box score:
AB
4
Pabon. 3b
sancnez rf,
Humphreys.
3
4
3
2
3
3
3
1;
1'
1
Bruce, cf.. ..
Hytinen, ss ..
Fields. 2b. ..
Tompkins, If..
Petersen, p ,.
Blevins. p
a-Clark
Totals
t fc 28 3 fi
CPO AB R H
Karplnskyrf, ,U 5 1 V 2
Eberenz, 3b.. .. .. 4 0-1
McGrawlb-rl.ti ;.8
Favorite, pTk !T .. 1 2 0
Wilmouth, cf. ,. t: 4 0 1
Ambrose, 2b., .. ., ,. 3 1 1
Crawford, c, 4 2 0
Bird. ss. .. .. .. .. a S 2 l
pfarshaU, lf -fc,,. 4 1. 1
Totals
31 11 7
itt his first season as a full-time
NBA coach. He took over at the
start of the season after serving
nis apprenucesnip .wno owner aa-
die Gotmeb,,Ativ-.'--4.---
. With a do-or-die nronOsitlon far.
mg the Pistons, coach Charlie
Eckman Is expected to throw cau caution
tion caution to the y winds when Fort
Wayne takes the floor here. But
being backed to the wall is nothing
new to the Pistons.
In tha Western" Division play playoffs
offs playoffs 4or ; the title hotr fort
Wayne was trailing, 2-1 in Its
best-of-five series with the St.
Louis Hawks. But the Pistons
came back to win the fourth
game at the St. Louis court and
the final at the Fort Wayne
Coliseum.' ; 'C'"r
In the pistons should beat Phila-
aeipnia lomgnt, the sixth game
would be played tomorrow night
at iort wayne. Another Fort
Wayne triumph there would bring
the championship final back here
next Wednesday night
' f ..i.i ...
NACIONAL, S. A.

Proudly Announces
The Winners of Its Fourth
ANNUAL BEST
' BARTENDERS CONTEST
Held on Friday April 6
at the Panama Coif Club

, DESTILADORA NACIONAL S.A;

The Vomack American Whiskey Co.
Tel.: S-1791 Panama
:jiHp.i;,.fji:;'.','!''':

Venturis 135

Low Score In
Masters Event
AUGUSTA. AprU 1 (UP) San
rrancisco amateur Ken Venturi
yesterday maintained his lead in
the second day of play in the 20th
Masters Tournament by shooting
a three-under-par 69 to make his
36-hole score 135. ..
It was the first, time in the his history
tory history of the Masters that an ama amateur
teur amateur led after 38 holes of play.
Cary Middlecoff was in second
spot after yesterday's round with
a low score of 139. Argentine Ro Roberto
berto Roberto DeVicenzo finished the day
in tenin place. -t
A total of 79 players, including
pros and amateurs are taking part
in the tournament -:
'Low scorers:
'Ken Venturi, San Francisco
69135.
66-
Cary Iiddlecoff, Dallas 7-72
139 -,
Doug Ford, Mohopac, N, Y; 70
72-142
Tommy Bolt, Chattanooga, Ten.
68-74-142
Pete Cooper, Birmingham, Mich.
72-70-142 -,
Shelley Mayfield Westbury' N.
Y. 68-74142
Jack Burke, Jr., Kiamesa Lake,
N. Y. 72-71143
Jerry Barber, Los Angeles 71-72
143 s :
Fred Hawkins, El Paso, Texas
71-73-144
Bob Rosburg, San' Francisco 70-
74144
Mike Souchak, Grossinger, N. Y.
73-73-146
Walter Burkemo, F r a n k 1 y n,
Mich. 72-74146
-
Millman Robbins, Jr., Memphis,
Tenn. 73-73-14&
Lloyd Mangrum, Apple Valley,
Calif., 72-74146
William J. Fatten. Morganton,
N. C, 70-76-146
Harvie Ward, Jr., ban rrancis
co, 76-70-146
Lew Worsham, Oakmont, Pa.,
74-72146
Al Mengert, Westfleld, N. J.
74-72146
Roberto De Vicenro Mexico City
75-72147
Frank Stranahan, Toledo, Ohio
72-75-147
Dow Finsterwald, "Bedford
Heights, Ohio 74-73147
Ben Hogan, tort worm, Texas
1-78-147.
Eight Teams In
U.S. Wheelchaif
Basketball Show
CHICAGO (NEA) An tM-
team tournament at the Chicago
International Amphi theatre. Anr.
6-8, determined t h e National
Wheelchair Basketball Chamn'on-
ship.
The project is the product of
the 52 Association, a group 11
years old and having 1 3,500 mem members
bers members throughout the nation. It is
made up of men who. contribute
$2 a year and throw as many
parties for service veterans who
are paraplegics. .":
,.- '.,' '-y
In New York alone last year,
1,900 52 members spent $150,000
making sure wounded war vet veterans
erans veterans obtained front seat at
sports events,
The 52 Association places vet veterans
erans veterans in jobs where they can
work in wheelchairs

Barney Cipriani
Leads Hapika In
Diving Contest

Barney Cipriani, who was a
contestant last year, took the
lead over defending champion
Don Hapka in- the World's Pro
fessional High Diving Champion-
snip, wnicn got underway before
a good crowd at El Panama Ca Cabana
bana Cabana and Tennis Club last night.
The program began with a
showing of old and new bath bathing
ing bathing suits featuring the new
Jantxen. models. Otto Schmidt
and his dimtnntiTe wife Don Donna
na Donna Lee were next with a crowd
pleasing tumbling act
Donna Lee had hurt her back
In practice yesterday but de despite
spite despite her injuries, Insisted en
going on with the show. Sam
Howard, director from Miami
Beach, convinced her however,
to pass np the high diving.
iThe Aquamanlacs were every everything
thing everything that the i word indicates
with their rip-roaring comedy
acts that kept the crowd in con constant
stant constant laughter. The water clowns
nut on several acts of different
style. .-.
Bob Daniels was the winner In
the fishing contest This was an
unusual contest, in which four
fishermen battled aeainst the
swimming, ability of four mer-
vThe spectators rasned everr
t'me the nontenants took their
iv and a the uerches go
b'-her tonight nd tomorrow
fter?on when thev o to the
twti f the. at endless lad lad-r
r lad-r there will be even more
t111., ;; ... ...
The tournament directors have
been informed that because of
immigration difficultly the
Mexicpn contestants could not
iepve ior ppnama.
Th. standings:
vCiDriani isn
Kanka 17
Kchler jij
1-o.tona 1S4
MitIII .; ;.' m
, Pcbmidt .. l?Q
' RelUy V... US
efruit
League
N. Y. (A) 200 000 020 3 7 11
Phila. (N) 001 020 001 0-4 7
Larsen, Grim (10) and Berra.
jonnson IB). Howard (10): Dick-
son, Negray(7), Meyer (9) and
uinneu. wr utrsen. LP Mev
er. HR's: : Philadelphia Lon Lonnett,
nett, Lonnett, Dickson, Ennis.
Chica.' (N) 003 025 032 15 17 1
flaiu. (A) 301 120 12111 14 0
Jones. Davis (5). Valentinetti
W, LOwn (8) and Chitl: Resana.
Zuverink (4). Held m- i and
Smith. WP Valentinetti. LP Zu-
vennx. HR : Chicago Banks.
Baltimore Francona, Hale Cau Causey,,
sey,, Causey,, ,- V
N. Y. (N) 031 310 2301514 2
Cleve. (A) 000 010 023-L 6 11 1
Antonelli, wilhelm (9) and
westrum: Wynn. Maglle (5)
sanuago (7), McLish (9) and
roues, wp AntonellL LP
Wynn; HR's: New York i- AntH
neui, Harris 2. Cleveland Foiles,
Boston (A 024 506 10119 17
RJ& 85S?iiS;PSf..(SiJS?
coursey (4). Zebrowskl (5).
v... njnvv,
Wrinn (6) and McCardell. WP
wixon. LP wyatt ; HR's: Boston
Keougn, Buddni, Susce, Ger-
nerv jacKsonvuie .Andrews.
Cincl (N) 000 000 003-3 8 -0
Wash. (A) 100 012 OOx 4 lr 2
. Fowler, Gross (6), Podbielan
(7). freeman (8) and Batts:
Stone, Grob (8) and Courtnev
WP Stone. LP Fowler. HR's:
Washington Tettelbach. cln-
cinnau raiya
TONIGHT X-r
(Xr
Other Special Events
Firt Dive
Comedy Diving
: -j '.; Exhibition Diving

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.. SUa wHfc spMlal Vi ark
for chlWrwj wndar U
Snicks from our barbacut and
drinks available at nooerata prices
Tickets oa sale at CsbaKa Qub, ) 1 1
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Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

Tri-Post Troopers Take Series
With 3-2 Win Over All-Stars

Third baseman Vic Haddock of
the Tri-Post Troopers poled ,a
two-run inside-the-park homer
in the eighth inning of last
night's game to give uie .Troop .Troopers
ers .Troopers a 3-2 victory and the Pana Panama
ma Panama Area Armed Forces all star
series, two games to none.
The lonsr blast which soared
through the slot between right
and center and rolled all the
way to the hedge bordering the
outfield a Balboa Sadium, came
on a l-i pitch Dy Fort Clayton
hurler George Gustafson 'and
brought in Jack McDonough.
who had walked, ahead of Had
dock to pull the Troops out of a
one-run deficit into a lead which
they never relinquished. :
It was the. second win for the
regular season v league cham champions
pions champions In their best-two-out-of-three
meeting with the All
Stars, who were chosen by pop popular
ular popular mote from the six teams
which const'tute the FAAF cir circuit
cuit circuit T
The Troopers defeated Albrook
AFB's .Steve Kisio. l-oin an
eleven-inninir thriller for their
first victorv Wednesday night
As In the first contest, last
night's affair developed rapidly
into a Ditcher's duel between
Gustafson and Harry Simpson.
Besides Haddock's long drive, the
winners connected for only three
singles, while the Stars could
muster no more than five safe safeties,
ties, safeties, three of them by Fort Kob-
oe's tnira-sacKer. dour utton.
The Troopers went ahead, 1-0,
m the top of tne secona wnen
errors by the first baseman bod
McCoy and left fielder Bill Mar Martin
tin Martin allowed Lee Straube to cross
the Dlate with an unearned tally,
but the Stars promptly tied it
up win a gift run of their own
as Ernie Lennon singled, stole
second and came in on Martin's!
sinele and a dropped ball by
Trooper secod baseman McDon-
ougn. -!"..':-;v. i
The Stars then edged ahead
by one run in the sixth on a
walk, sacrifice and Lltton's third
hit, thereby setting the stage for
the Troopers? ralhw
Up to that time,, Gustafson
was taeeed for only one single
by Simpson which helped move
airauDe around m me secona,
and for the next four frames set
the champions down in order.
Carroll Pullen grounded to sec second
ond second to lead off the elehth. Mc
Donough drew a free ticket and
Haddock applied his coup.
It was the first hit of the se series
ries series .for the star third-sacker,
who led the league in six de departments
partments departments during the' regular
30-game season: batt'ng aver average
age average .279, hits 50, runs scored 49,
doubles 11, total bases 69 and
at-bats 132.
He barely avoided belne tag-
a-ed out. at the Dlatn as center
fielder. Joe Tucker of Army At-
lantic pegged the ball to catcher
Eddie EHenberger of Albrook
Aid Haddock bad to hurdle both
EUenberger and the plate and
then dive back lust in time.
The blast blew Gustafson off
the mound and Clayton's Ed
Stemska came in to retire one
S'SSt
Night, took over and finished the,
Oram-
Trooper starter Harry Simp
son' pitched commend ably
through the f.'rst five frames,,
though he presented no prob problem
lem problem to Doug Litton, whs bang banged
ed banged out a single, double and sin single.
gle. single. After Litton's third hit in'
the sixth, which scored Clay Clayton's
ton's Clayton's Billy Mills from second,
the fastballing lefty walked
two men and Ken Southard
came in to douse the uprising.
Southard was never in trouble
during the late innings, as Kob-
see them dive from
intc El Panama s pool
of the World's
HIGHDIV1NG
Top International

Don Hapka, defending champ
Barney Cipriani, 1955 runner-up
r and ether spectacular divtrs

enjoy yourself It's

d.
he's Ernie Lennon followed up a
seventh-frame single by getting
caught trying to- steal second,
and with one out and a runner
on base via a walk in the ninth,
plnchhitter Frank Addiego of Al Albrook
brook Albrook bounced into a fast dou double
ble double play, Haddock to McDonougtt
to Ralph Dixon, to end the Sme.
Sharp fielding by Haddock In
the eighth also squelched a do-
went deep to make a beautiful
backhand stop of Ed Lopresto's
sizzling grounder. Just nabbing
the Clayton right fielder with a
perfect w across the diamond.
In lieu of the third ag star
game, which would have been
played tonight had .' the stars
been able to hold their lead, a
Pacific Little League all-star
contest has Haa dka.iUj ,.
nolS 8rti. a '-"SO tonight at
Balboa Stadium and pits two all-
Pacific Little League nines.
Holders of tickets to the res
""son Little League games
WE e. Pon presenta.
Line score ';; 1 f ; w
Troops
Stars
; 010 000 0203
010 001 000-3
J' Simpson, Southard (6)
and
rfW. Stemska
w, auiu io; ana JSiienberger.
MajaHayejWrepsljp
Seccnd Ccnseculivo
Singles Crovri:''
Major Leo Hnv. a iwf r,
r2k.V.wh(l la recent tennis com competition
petition competition has shown himself to be
about as Indomitable as San
Francisco's Dons, yesterdar
wrapped Up his second straight
fw?mu4 f Antte1 pces
slngleschampionship, whipping
John Terry of Fort Amador ta
w imaio ac me 15th Naval Dis District
trict District courts, 6-1, 6-1. -J.
Hayes then teamed up with
Gene Frankel of Fort
outlast Werner Preusker and
Dave Perry of Tort Clayton in
the rough and 'tumble rimihia
final, 8-4, 8-4, 9-7. Excellent mid mid-court
court mid-court and net vollev mrir th.
well-matched contest, but th
Army Atlantic pair finally prov proved
ed proved the more durable.
. The singles score belles the ac actual
tual actual contest, which was close and J
w-i5a. Aiic Aimj Auanuc
ITlftlfir nrnmA Hnmfnanr VV.
crucial points, however, to takt takt-three
three takt-three straight sets which featur-.
aA Mo.il- -SI ... ia a ...
- vvvwa wuuttiiaiiy ab i.i taw
fla naif MM 4-U A M At..
atj inaf vu balfj DtLl li WV
two finalists, r 1
Paraisp Sports
PARAISO Sports 1 i-o "n
The Paraiso Twl-Llght Learut
was inaugurated Wednes d a
when Mr Ellis Fawcett princi
pal of the Paraiso school, threw
out the first ball.
The tame was a slusrfest from
the beeinnlne with SDur cola
scoring four runs in the first in in-nine
nine in-nine on a roundtripper by A.
Lord.
Ron Cortes staggered back
with five In their half. In the
7th inning, Spur Cola really went
to work on Bannr Williams lor
seven runs. Final score was Sour
Cola 11, Ron Cortes 7..
dizzy heights!
in the 2nd event
Professional
(MIPIONSBTP
Divert
BALLET
(old A new)
eneaper than yea thinkt

-CCD



SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 135

THZ PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY JfEWSPAPER
PAGE NIN1
&of League Pitchers Believe Umpires Shr ink Strilie Zone
V I

-
V dwarfed"
1 11 I k I f

By HARRY GRAYSON
kipw vnnw rNVk -jnm ni

I-

r mm

u.tum'M4l

ficial definition of the strike zone
is "that scace over home elate be

tween the batter's .armpits and

toe top of his knees when be, as assumes
sumes assumes his natural stance."
But maior lea sue Ditchers have

news for you. Umpires don't call

strim mat way any more, uei

anv one of the superior slinsers a

side and he'll tell you that ... off

the record, of course. He's too
smart to antagonize men in blue
with whom he necessarily has. to
get along.
"Just what 4s a natural stance
when a batter starts to crouch
and goes into a deeper one with
the pitch?" asks the pitcher.
"Why, it's gotten so bad -that
the term, 'high hard one," virtu virtually
ally virtually has disappeared from the lex lex-iron
iron lex-iron nf the same. Pitchers who

got batters out with a 'high hard
one' now would either have te get
the ball down or be strictly out
of luck. The pitcher has a much
better chance- of getting a strike

witn oau arouna toe Knees wan
he has with a pitch across the let

ters, r

Phrhar contend that iimnires

could eliminate three of baseball's
evils at once by restoring the ef effectiveness
fectiveness effectiveness of the "high hard one"

... simply by calling a piicn a a-croso
croso a-croso the chest a strike. This, they

nnint nut., would shorten the time

of game, help end the epidemic

of sore arms ana lengxnen tneir

pitching uves., ;
"ITmnira hesitate to call a hlKh

nitrh a strike because at times

r. 1 1 V-J II

that can maze mem w
phsrff tha tiitchers.

"Sa thav artiiallv. force US to

pitch to batters' strength. This ac

a

(SUndings April 4)'

GB

0

game was theirs. Keith Kenway
took the win. his fifth of the

'season, while Chuck Bath was
itakino- his fifth loss.

IVi' Walt Kleefkens did a neat
5 Mob of snagging Tom BilUson's
6 lone drive in centerfleld. The
6 Vi catch prevented Tom from hav-

line a oeriect oay at uie mate.

The box score:

by

JOE WILLIAMS

. It's the same In all sports., lou can't start h MU ilJ"
expect to e at your best. This Is even true of such collateral
diversions as heaving lethal bottles at umpires.
As a young umpire ust breaking in, the late Billy Evans
- 'j-i".! v.. wo v,t inrtiffreTi. nf hi r.olleaeues

when the glass ware began to fly. especially In Chicag where I
thu fnrm n( heart 'archerv was then ouite popular, T

uIO July lt.wUl.be different," explained one of the veterans
4n blue," -"This is xmly, early May and the bums haven t got
'ne!o?th?,cM''to be drawn; from the opening of
, tha.racing, season at Jamaica yesterday was that the horses
.are ahead of the- players. just as it often happens at this
timeof yearOhat jjitchers are ahead of h.bwbsA
wait: until th .sixth Tare before tney

. could .break through the tote board's defense and score with

a solid favorite, iney maae vwu w a yw v.
Boy) Whitney's Head Man 119) took the feature by the width
of sliver from top-weighted Nail (125). ;
JX all other times their meticulously compiled figures
and scholarly prepared formulas betrayed them, as odd-on
fayorites ran out and animated examples of the art of taxi- ;
' dermy came tn at expansive prices.
"I know this is supposed e nonprofit racing, moan moan-"
" moan-" ed a five-time loser as he headed for the exit,, "but why

must they pick on me?
As a matter of fact, nonprofit racing has long been old
hat to horse players. It is a new experience only for the
Jockey Club mfilionaires, who in return for certain concessions

from tne state nave agreca w vt"";:0
and altruistic move to modernize a couple of New Yorkj out outmoded
moded outmoded track! Obviously, if there is anything that millionaires
like better than money it must be racing.

COco Solo; Braves. '..VI

Police Pals v..v-.

Mutual of omana ..... 4
Cnrn Snlltn Cubs .... S

Cristobal Pirates .... S

Coca Cola Bottlers o

Mutual nf Omlhl with tha aid

rif a trmr miTl Mmnd InTltTlfr de-

leatea. tne uoca troia uu.ucra o imn t ad h

to a in their game Monday after- Kenway, ss-p ........... 2 3

Bob Oeddes opened tne pig emito, p 2 u
second Inning for Omaha with a Karpinskl, if ., () 1
single. Tom Blllison grounded to Bialkowskl, c S 1

short stop ana was saie on auiou, in-p-s- ,..,.,,,f 3

error. Jigger,-so 4

rharii Tnhin wax then waiK- uaroenter. 20 4

ed. fillina: the bases. -Another. Cooper, rf ............. 3

walk Issued to Mike Bum forc forced
ed forced In "their first rua Don Rudy
filed out and Gordon Reif struck

out to Anake two outs, unucaie

Ruth, the next oatier nit a

I

grounder to short stop and he

tnrow puiiea wuaer 011 uc uog.
The ball was then thrown a a-rnimrt
rnimrt a-rnimrt t.ha tnfield in an effort to

pick off the other base runner.

lifted all the runners had scored
mil t.hav nam .w WOrt

,Bud Wainlo was the winning

pitcher 'to make his record reaa
fnnr wim airalhst five losses.

Lrnhn rronln was the loser. The

nnlv aytra hase hit was a dou

Park- rf 1

Brayton, rf V.

TongDioed, p 0
Coffin, lb 2

Totals

29 12

Mutual Of Omaha

'Bath, lb

and by the time the dust had Field c

es empty in the fourth.

The box score:

counts for many a home run. Try-lble by Mike Burza witn tne Dat

ing to keep away from the batters
etrantrth nnriar tha fcandiCSD. We

walk more men than would be the

case if the strike was property
called." j
cut nt nrffaniied baseball for the

first time in 13 years, Ralph Bran-

ca lor ine uxsi uue iycM uwj
ia

,. nttn mn that nitphers no

longer, complain when a perfectly

good pitcn mat is no iimc
three or four inches above the belt

is called a ball," says Branca,

who Bitched in Dotn major

leagues.

Mutual Of Omaha
IBath, lb

Field, c

Wainio, p
Geddes, If
nilllson. cf

Tobin. 3b

Burza. ss

Rudy. 2b
Reif. rf

1

(Wilson,

" THEY ARE-GRATEFUL i
- 'And It 'Is nice to be able to report that the horse players
are aware of what such a sacrifice entails and moreover are
watefuLv This was evident by the stirring manner in which
-they responded yesterday. 40,492 of them bet $2,872,973 on a
day that only Alfred Hitchcock could have found beguiling.
' In the gray, chilling weather, and Intermittent rain, the
Lona; Island plant, which from the outside .is more suggestive
of San Quentin than Santa Anita, anyway, never looked more
- cheerless or forbidding. ; ; f V 7
Even the infield, which at most tracks is a sort of plant
life opiate designed to alleviate fiscal pain, had the appearance
of a prison yard, a vast dismal stretch, still partly frozen and
rimmed with dirty Snow.; r r; '.
But what is visual beauty, pastoral charm ana the maa
idiocrasies of weather to the horse player, as long as golden
- "lights glow from the. green background of the tote board.
' tempting him with riches and imposing such simple de demands.
mands. demands. Merely walk up to the cashier's window and tell
the man you want a ticket on No. 1, or No. Z, or maybe
. 4 n L. VTn 9 man .. .. ...

' Like, for example, the ones who played. No. 3 in the fourth,

ed only once before in his .life, won, the tote couldn't have
1 u.i kaantifiil if It hoH heart a fTirlKtma tree. Nor

wuuu uiwi uv'" .w
could it have been loaded with ny thins; more enchanting than

tne across-tne-Doara-pucca. 4 ju,uu, iv.v, au.v.
, And if that wasn't "Jingle Bells" the band played, It cer
, tainly sounded like it. -v

NO LOSSES, EITHER y

it Is one thing to be grand and noble about profits, but the
Jockey Clubbers are primly determined not to lose money in
tha nrnrp .. Pr&ctitf&llv everv chanee in nresentine races un-

' der the new set up has been made with a view to Increasing

betting. i .:- t ; i,, v-
That explains why the feature race of the day Is to be
run seventh Instead of sixth from now on. The thinking
back of this. encouraged by the success of a similar ex ex-"
" ex-" periment at Florida tracks. Is that the horse players will
ata latev anil hat more. "vt ,":'

' No clear-cut Judgment could be drawn from Jamaica's

onener. which saw nearly as much bet on the fifth race, a

cheap $3700 clalmer, as on the feature, in which Derby eligibles
started. Possibly by then the refrigerated horse players either
had run out of (a) money or (b) blood. : t

n.r.m-. taitlfiad that the strike

k.. ihrnnkan in the Ameri-

WN6 Mm ... .-
can League even more than it has
in the National. V

"In the National League. oc

arninin. "the umpires' interpre

tation of the strike xone is fron.
the belt to the knees. In thrAm
meriean, it's from, the belt to a

bove the knees." ,-.

Branca recalls now muy

.l. rt4ar. likart tn nave

Ttmrni call balls and

1.11. ..u.v t 1 -.. .....

strikes when w-jwas-piuwui.

r.eAnit attandc six ieet dia,

... jvum ta A inw Diicnes

so well, so pitchers get a break on

as the strme zone genw-u, -tarnreted
by umpires t o.o i y,

Branca explains,
Branca's la the voice of experi
ence. At 30.. he is, ihe victim u f.
u. j;i.,iiAn nf the strike zone.

the constant changing of the cop-

ped-up ball ana snoner -.
t r reumstances

.i.i.u tha nitcher to bear

down on every pitch. And ; night

baseball didn't neip.
Now i the public relations field
i u iilnin rt mi tin In ft JVCI1-

DriUCK i IK-llaaasj V T I
tucky Qub Derby con est to

which a "rou8nDreu..i!i"
given to the person dreaming up
toR.Sftrwn
. orotect

S."v to '..eh extent that

iT i itrh,ia a high pau

eveij -.6" .fc4ha one

with more neauacucs
in the bartender's guide.

Wainlo, lb-cf
Blllison, cf-p
lobln, 3b

Burza, ss ...
WUson, rf
Sanders, rf

Rudy. If

Geddes. f

Reg. Lum, 2b

Totals

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040 20612
050 010 0

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D. Wilder, lb

Cronan, p 2
Cotton, e .'. .. 2
Rankin. '2b 3

Tt. Dockery, rf 1.

Burns, rf 1
Taber, cf 2

sanaers. ci 1

B. Dockery, 11 ..... 1

Stohrer, If ,.-.,..,

Hutchinson, 3b,...

Totals ..,' i 20 2 -6
, Score By Innings
Mutual W-T040 1005 S 2

Coca Cola 000 1102 4 2

, The Coco Solo Braves marched
m tn thair ninth atraieht victo

ry and the Coco Sollto Cubs suf

fered a 3 to u aeieai on luesuay
tempt to down the strong Braves,
afternoon game.

The Cuds maae a vauaut m. m.-huh
huh m.-huh one noor lnnlns when the

Braves scored three tallies prov-
al tn ha tha rilffaranra. In the

two teams. Brian Lutz pitched I
. 1 A. 1 i 14. ,1

nis tentn straignt victory wiw
out a loss and limited the Cubs
to a lone single. VUlamarzo I
turned In a fine job for Coco So-'
lito but nevertheless was taggedi
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AflSTIN T INVAS 1H.

rv Tavlor ia the first I Tni varsity

01 iezas pucner 10 nnisn tnree

starts within memory of I,ongu-

orn baseball enthusiasts. .-
Sophomore Taylor of Fort
Wnrth nwnaH a 9.1 raanrH In hi.

outings, struck out 32 in 27 innings
while posting a 1.67 earned run

average. ..
If this keeps up, the line of
scouts will form at the left.

SHOOTING PRACTICE Rain Is no deterrent when H comes to practice for Fort Gulicks Gulicks-Pistol
Pistol Gulicks-Pistol team. Defending team champions, this year's squad is workin? out daily at the ens
tobal Pistol range in preparation for Panama Area competition April 9 at Far Fan.

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nati Cincinnati Reds, lets a bat hold him up
while waiting his turn during bit bitting
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Ravesl. 11

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Peters, as

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sat up-sat tha Mutual nf Omaha r.lub

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ng into the sixth the score wasl

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any rtiM ar put I'xui wiucnu oi, wuu iiau
aucitt s started for Mutual, tired and
. .. .f hi.

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put out the fire and before the I

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of the day. Leslie Ellzey of the

Cubs made a oeauiiiui picaup ui
Thomas hard grounder ; and

than t.hrav him nut. at Iirst.

WMVM w

in tha fourth inning one 01

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was made, when young Ken Al Al-iav
iav Al-iav rnhberf T.utz of an extra base

I blow by taking his long drive go

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over his head and fell after the
catch but held the ball.
For the Braves It was Rusty
Pate who stole the fielding hon

ors as ne one-nanaea uumncnu
bid for extra bases in the sixth.

The box score:

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1 Ellzey, 2b 3

VUlamarzo, p
Quinn, lb
Camacho, c

Fatten, 3D

Lugo, ss ..,
Davenport, rf ..... ...

Fancy, ci

Alley,

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Prizes for April 8th:;

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$ 7 0 0 0 0 (Accumulated)

2 4 0.00 (Accumulated)

9 6 0.0 0 (Accumulated)

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Braves 030 00x3

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Washington. April ? (UP)-
A mecial Senate committee .-.a-

. greed unanimously yesterday on
a report on- its investigation into
the now-famous $2500 "campaign
' contribution" offered to Sen. Fran
cis Case (R-S.D.) during the na
- tural gas debate.
Sen. Styles Bridges "(R-N.H.) an announced
nounced announced the action after a meet meeting
ing meeting of the four-member commit committee.
tee. committee. .-.
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The report was expected te be
sharply critical ef the Individuals
involved In the so-called "Case
Incident" and te bemoan the laxi laxi-ty
ty laxi-ty ef the law governing lobbying
and campaign contribution.
r disclosed during debate on
4he natural gas bill that the $2500,
was offered to nun ny jonn m.
Neff,Lxington, Neb. oil lobbyist
who was interested in passage of.
the measure. The ouer was re
jected.
Neff denied any attempt to In
fluence Case's vote.
The Senate subsequently passed
the bill. It was vetoed by Presi President
dent President Eisenhower because of what
he called the ."arrogant" tactics
of some of its supporters.
The special four-member com committee,
mittee, committee, headed by Sen. Walter F.
. George (D-Ga.) -wns set1 up to in investigate
vestigate investigate all phases of. the inci-
dent. ,, .'" ', '.
At public hearings, It was dis disclosed
closed disclosed that Neff ws employed
' by Elmer Patman, Texas attorn attorney
ey attorney for the Superior Oil Ce. tef
, California, and ; that the $1500
came from the personal funds
of Howard B. Keck,; Superior's
..' president, i: ,;-
't',lt was also brouSht but that Neff
Was active in other Midwestern
states on behalf of the gas bill
and that he made a $2500 cam campaign
paign campaign contribution to the Nebraska
state Republican, campaign organ organization.
ization. organization. ; :9 ('; ;
George has said that Neff s of offer
fer offer to Case was not illegal but
was "highly improper."
Jews To Observe
Revolf Tomorrovi
The Jewish community of Pana Panama
ma Panama will commemorate the War Warsaw.
saw. Warsaw. Ghetto revolt tomorrow at 11
a.m. with a special memorial
service to be held at the Benefi Benefi-cencia
cencia Benefi-cencia Israelita de Panama.
' It is customary for the Jewish
communities all over the world to
dedicate the Passover Yi s k o r
Service to the memory of the mar martyrs
tyrs martyrs who perished in the historic
uprising against the N a t i s on
Passover in 1943.
This year the anniversary of j
me revolt is also nemg ooserved
throughout the Jewish, world as a
solemn memorial. dav no that thel
sacrifices of Warsaw Jewry may
.link the scattered parts of Jewish
'people the world over.
The services which will be held
tomorrow at 11 a.m are open to
members of all the communities
in Panama. The 12th anniversary
memorial is oeing ooserved from
. sundown tonight to sundown to
morrow.
A monument dedicated .to Mor Mor-decai
decai Mor-decai Anielwici, leader of the
Warsaw Ghetto uprising, was un
veiled several years ago in Is
rael.
BALBOA TIDES
SUNDAY. APRIL I
HIGH LOW
1:45 a.m. 7i5 a.m.
2:0! p.m. 1:28 p.m.
TODAY -75, .40
1:04, 1:40,, 4:45, :5, 9 p.m.
LOVE O VIlEfiCEl
He fought te win the love
of beautiful girl for
another monl ;
M-6-M
' Sir Walter Scotfs
ROBERT TAYLOR
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rKEIIDALL-!.:::.LEY,

"Let the people

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Charges Of Talking

WASHINGTON. AdHI T fllPl
Aaiai btevenson and Sen. Estes
Kefauver are crying '"foul" in
their fight for the Democratic Pres
idential nomination. ;
Stevenson has accused Kefauv
er of talking "nonsense" and Ke
fauver nas used the same term
about Stevenson.
As the battle grew rougher,
Stevenson scheduled a meeting
today at Chicago with support supporters
ers supporters from 23 states and 54 colleg colleges
es colleges who ere organising a "let's
talk sense", fund-raising drive.
Kefauver continued his campaign
in New Jersey. He Is seeking the
state's 36 national convention vot
es in the April 17 primary against
a state organization delegate slaw
regarded as pro-Stevenson.
In New Jersey as In other states.
the Tennessee senator has -given
the impression thai Stevenson is
the candidate of party bosses.
m.!. ; i tm.
ims campaign line siung aieven-
son last week in asserting that
Kefauver' was talking nonsense
And in a Jacksonville, Fla., speech
yesterday, he said his rival was
unfairly accusing him of being a
candidate of the bosses.
Stevenson also charged that
Presidential ambitions had led
Kefauver to neglect Senate du duties
ties duties and ,, miss important votes..
Kefauver retorted that Stevenson
was talking "nonsense,1' engag engaging
ing engaging in "mudslinging" and sound sounding
ing sounding like "a man .who is desper desperate."
ate." desperate."
While Kefauver canvasses New
Jersey, Stevenson will stay until
Tuesday in Illinois, where his is
the only name on the ballot in
the Democratic Presidential (rim
ary mere on mat aay.
He will spend the rest of next
week in Florida, which will be the
setting .for his next critical prim primary
ary primary contest against Kefauver May
29. ;
Elsewhere in the Democratic a
retnu the names of two possible
dark horse candidates cropped up:
Sen. Dennis Chavez (D-N.M.)
said his personal choice for the
Democratic Presidential nomina nomination
tion nomination is Sen. Stuart- Symington of
Missouri,
And Senate Democratic leaner
Lyndon Johnson of Texas said he
Gen. Taylor Sees
' At 111
ihanri 111 A-II 3f
VIHlllVV V H IIBI
Diminishing
DALLAS, Tex., April 7 (UP)
Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor, Army
Chief of Staff, believes the chanc
es of an aggressor deliberately
starting an atomic war n dimin diminishing
ishing diminishing every day.
"As long as we have powerful
weaDons for retaliation end are
obviously ready and willing to use
them. I am reluctant o neneve
that any hostile nation wtu inten
tionally risK ine nazaras oi gener
al war," Taylor toM the Dallas
Council on World AUairs last.
night.
"Particularly as atomic destruc
tive capabilities grow he said.
"it seems increasingly impronanie
that an aseressor would intention
ally embaric on the gamoie ot an
tomic world, war.
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But Taylor said there was still
he possibility that a future w
would not take the form of .an a a-,
, a-, torn-weapon struggle in which air air-delivered
delivered air-delivered bombs were the main
I weapon.- ...
"The army has set for itse'f the
task -of readiness for any kind of
war,, he said. "The army is e e-ouipped
ouipped e-ouipped and trained to anuly mil
itary power with discretion. : to
discriminate between rriend and
foe. and to temper Us aon'st'on
of force to fit the degree and scope
of the aggression.
He said. "I am by no means
sure that some nation some time
may not attempt local acts of ag aggression
gression aggression to which our atomic re
taliatory power may not be the
answer.
LITTLO MCl
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: wnen me leiipws sian yooMng
I a girl strolaht In the eye She had
jl better do something about her

rigure.

know the truth and the

will announce Tuesday whether he
is wiHing to be a "favorite son"
candidate.; v ;
Stevenson criticlied President
Eisenhower yesterday for not
calling Southern governors to
gother immediately te deal with
segregation problem.
He also said Kefauver shares
"Republican, enthusiasm for mv
political blast of his Florida cam
paign, where he hopes to bounce
back from stunning setbacks in
the New Hampshire and Minneso
ta primaries..
The Florida primary is the next
snowdown for the two Democrats
and the only one in the segregation segregation-conscious
conscious segregation-conscious South.
; Stevenson said the U.' S. Su Supreme
preme Supreme C e u r t's de-segregation
mandate "must" be obeyed
"without .lawless resistance or
undue provocation, and with a
decent concern for the opinions i
CZ Yellow Fever
Urged As WHO
Canal Zone health officials are
urging ail employes of the Canal
organization and numbers of
their families to obtain yellow
fever immunization because of
recent reports by the World
Health Organization of the pres
ence, of jungle yeuow fever m
monkeys in the general area, ,-.
An Isthmian-wide yellow fev
er Immunization, program was
conducted here in 1949 at which
time all Canal Zone residents
were inoculated, after several
deaths were reported in the
Panama area. This immuniza immunization
tion immunization is considered effective for a
period of six years and those in
oculated' at tnat time snouia oe
re-immunized if they have not
done so. Yellow lever immuniza immunizations
tions immunizations may be administered to
lanvnn over ) mnnth of are.
- if
in auuuiun to me nmnv iw
dents who need to renew their
yellow fever immunization, tne
population has changed greatly
during the past seven years and
there are many new residents
who have never, been Immuniz Immunized.;',
ed.;', Immunized.;', '.;,r'
Yellow fever Immunizations
are given at the Outpatient
Clinic of Gorgas Hospital on
Wednesdav momlnis beginning
at 10:30 o'clock. Atlantic side
residents mav obtain their Ino
culations at the Coco Solo Hos Hospital
pital Hospital Outpatient Clinic on Fri
day afternoons between 1 and 3
Army Secrelary
Denies US Lagging
lii IBM Development
ALBUQUERQUE, N Af April 1
CUP) Secretary of the Army
Wilbur M. Brucker denied last
night the United 8tatea is lag
ging in-the development of an
inter-continental ballistics mis
sile. J T
He also said international dis.
armament, even on the ultimate
weapon level, was impossible un unless
less unless all nations agreed to com complete
plete complete aerial Inspection.
Brucker. who Inspected White
Sands Proving Ground near here,
said there must be "unanimous
agreement" to President Eisen
hower's open-sky proposal be
fore any .type of international
disarmament couiq oe success
ful.
'The American people are so
skeptical, about Russian pro promises
mises promises that it is idle to discuss
disarmament even on the ulti
mate weapon level until the So Soviets
viets Soviets agree to the open sky in inspection
spection inspection program." the Army
Secretary aid.,;?
"American ; skies would be
darkened by Russian planes"-if
the program was agreed on.
Brucker said. But "so would A-
merican planes darken their
skies to make sure they had no
chance at aggression;"
Brucker said America was not
lagging in the' race with Russia
to develop the IBM.?' ;
"We have seen guided missile
progress of a substantial nature
that : we have never imagined
before," he said.

country is safe Abraham Tdncoln.

of one another, white and Negro.1
Stevenson, speaking before a bar
association luncheon, said he was
"encouraged" over President Ei
senhower's proposal of a Southern
lgovernors segregation conference,
but added:
"I am sorry lie does not reaard
the problem as sufficiently urgent
to commence such conferences
promptly before passions become
too inflamed and positions too ri
gid.;' -v ". -i. v'.; v'.;-A
A v'.;-A breach' between the North and
South over the race issue, he said.
would be "a national disaster in
the present state of the world."
He said he was committed to try
and find the best course for 'car 'carrying
rying 'carrying out the- Supreme .Court ord
er. :'-';,vv-" "'. V"' y.
"I recognise that school deseg desegregation
regation desegregation presents very difficult
problems In some section of the
South, problems that do not exist
Immunization'
Reports Signs
o'clock,
A nominal charge Is I
made.
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While health officials do not
consider yellow fever a threat in
the Panama area now, they rec recognize
ognize recognize the potential danger be
cause of recent findings of WHO,
tne ran American sanitary Bu Bureau,
reau, Bureau, and Gorgas Memorial Lab Laboratory.
oratory. Laboratory. ij ..-., -.:'!
Both of the first two health
organizations have'' reported
finding monkeys in Guatemala
and Honduras that have died of
yellow fever in recent months.
Gorgas Memorial Institute has
reported finding young monkeys
In the Bayano River area of
Manama with yellow fever anti
bodies, which Indicated that
they have had recent ; yellow
iever aiiacu and nave recov recovered..
ered.. recovered.. There have been no aedes'e
gpvti mosquitoes, carrier of the
yellow fever virus, in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone in more than six years.
Health authorities say. however,
that this Is no guarantee against
jungle yellow, fever, since the
aeoes egyvti could be reintro reintroduced
duced reintroduced in the area or persons go going
ing going outside of habitated areas
could be infected by the Jungle Jungle-type
type Jungle-type of mosaulto, which trans transmits
mits transmits the disease between mon
keys, .r..,V.jXf-n.',v...i".i.''..;i !)..' ::,..ti.'.-.. :t;.

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BEST BARTENDER CoL Charles H. Deerwester, general
manager of Destiladora NaclonaL S. A. (Womack American
Whisky Co.), congratulates Ethelbert McKinnon (left) who won
the title of Best Bartender of 1956 during the annual contest
held at the Golf Club last night. In addition to a trophy,
McKinnon, who works at the; O.K. Amlgo Lounge, won a $1M
check from the sponsors of the contest and $25 offered by
National Distillers Products Corp. of New York. Standing be behind
hind behind the microphone is Arturo Illneca who headed the group
, which counted the votes.

Nonsense

to the same degree in the North
whore wo admittedly have not
found a complete solution," Sto Sto-'venson
'venson Sto-'venson said. ',
In his "get tough" attack m
Kefauver; Stevenson cited a Jong
list of major Senate bills on which
he said the Tennessee senator
failed to vote on, in 1948; 1951, 1954
and 1956.r a- V i
He said Kefauver wrongly accus accused
ed accused him of seeking the backing of
m.Liru-l.
meniM (w w ,u u-j
ta.
"Actually, the senator says noth nothing
ing nothing unkind or discourteous about
me."' Stevenson said, "for which
I owe him my thanks, but such
attacks on my friends and the
resoective leaders of the Demo
cratic party to win sympathy vot votes
es votes I cannot let pass, without pro
test." l
iil. :k;;i .;, was
absent when the Senate passed the
"'."wA Tivrc:;;rn.t to
displaced persons bill in 1948,
when it overrode President Tru
man' veto of the McGarran-Wal
ter immigration act in 1952,. and
again in 1954 when a bill contain containing
ing containing special corporate dividend tax
relief was passed.
tjut month Senator Kefauver
was absent from the Senate and
did not vote when the Senate and
hated- and voted the agricultural
bill amendment offering higher
fparity tor smau larmeri, ; sic-
. it a ... II Pi.
venson aaaeo. ;
UP Correspondent
In llur.2EtTf Freed
VIENNA; April T (UP) Bona
Nyilas," United Press t-orresponu-ent
in Communist Hungary has
Wn released from a Hungarian
prison, it was learned here today.
MISS yuas was pnrwi-u wt
a three-year term last Wednesday
on the occasion of Hungarian na-
tional "UberaUon day," K was
lfarned.' .."' ',V
,:. Friends of ,; the Correspondent
said she was in "excellent' state
of health. '.' ,-';
A Hungarian court had sen-
teneed Miss Nyilss and her hus-
hanrf Dr. Endre Msrton. B'ldaocst
correspondent ot tne ; Associaiea
Press, to prison on charges of
"espionage and plotting against
the. people's democratic regime."
The sentencing was announced
last Jan. 14.
Nothing was known about the
fate of Dr. Marion, but sources
in Budapest said there was good
chance he 'also will bs re'eased
from prison soon. :.

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Canal, Co. Offers Exams

For 7, Apprenticeships

CompeUUve examination, will
given in Balboa on April 21 for
the .seven new apprentice ships
which will be offered, ty the Pa
nama Canal Co. in Jii'y of this
year. Application for admission to
the examinations must be filed not
later than next Thursday, April 12.
The applications are to be made
on a special form available at the
Employment and Utilization Divi-j
?,on-: personnel Bureau,- Buied-
Roosevelt Avenue, m Bal-
ooa, or at tne Cristobal Labor Of
fice near the Cristobal Post Office.
The applications are to be an-
companied by a Standard Form 57,
or Application for Federal Employ Employment,
ment, Employment, together with the annlicant's
high school transcript and his col
lege transcript if he has attended
or is attending college. -:
. The seven new apprenticeships
are divided as follows: five in the
mechanical and two in the electri electrical
cal electrical trades. Jn general, the mecha
nical openings -will involve work
ing on the Atlantic Side and the
electrical openings on the Pacific,
aitnougn mere may be exceptions.
Canal Co. apprentices begin their
training in a general field, such as
mechanical or electrical, and later
specialize. The new mechanical
Spanish Morocco
Gels Independence
-Madrid. Spain.' April i (UP)
Spain and Morocco signed an
historic Joint declaration today
granting Spanish Morocco inde independence
pendence independence from its 44-year status
as a protectorate. s
The four-point declaration said
the Spanish government recog recognized
nized recognized the sovereignty of Sultan
Mohammed Ben Youseff and the
independence and unity of Mo Morocco
rocco Morocco as proclaimed by him. ?
' It also gave Morocco the right
to conduct its own military and
diplomatic affairs.
It ended an agreement signed
In 1912 which made the north,
era fringe or Morocco a Span Spanish
ish Spanish protectorate. ; v j j-
The (two. governments : also
signed an additional six-point
protocol that will govern rela
tions between Spain and Moroc
co until the declaration of Inde
pendence Is put into effect, v
Shortly after the agreements
were signed, Ben, Youssef, who
came nere tnia week to conduct
the final negotiations, took off
for Granada on, hla way back to
Morocco. -. ';
He previously had won free freedom
dom freedom for the largest part of Mo Morocco
rocco Morocco in an "Independence with within
in within interdependence" agreement
with France. The new agreement
with Spain will, permit unifica-
uon or me iwo sections.
Spanish Foreign Minister Al
berto Martin Artajo and Moroc
can Premier M'Barek el Bekkal
signed the agreements for their
respective countries. 1
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apprenticeshins should 'eart to xne-
cialization as refrigeration mecha
nic, machinist, shipfrtter, welder,
pipefitter and sheetmetaf worker.
The electrical specializations msv
include electronic -mechanic, wire-
man, caoiespucer, and automa
tic telephone switchman..' :7'U.
Former apprentices .returning
iron military service, may cause
some adjustment, -although it is
not expected that the total number
ot new apprenticeships available to
viuer wm oe reaucea snarpiy.
Candidates must be male 'c'tto-
ens of the United States or Pans.
ma, ol good character. Thef must
be at least 17 years of age and
must noi nave weir Z3ra birth birthdays,
days, birthdays, t before Julv 7 this' vear.
They must be high school graduat graduates
es graduates with a "reading, writing-' and
speaking knowledge of English. Re
ference will be riven to residents
oi me lsinmus. certain limited ex
ceptions as to -age: reqiurements
may; be made for veterans; vy
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ANSWERS Q U E R Y In an answer
swer answer to a question during his
news conference in Washing-
ton. President Eisenhower tells
newsmen that he would not
order American troops into
action in the Middle East or
anywhere else without Con Con-.
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Eleven babies were born at Co Coco
co Coco Solo Hospital during the week
ending at midnight Wednesdiy, A.
pnl 4, according to the regular
hospital report. During that pe period,
riod, period, 82 patients were admitted
and 82, were discharged.
Babies were born to the follow following
ing following American citizens; Lt. and
Mrs. Pedro A. Arenas, of v Fort
Guhck, son; SP-2 and Mrs. Don Donald
ald Donald L. Vorpagel, of Coco Solito.
daughter: Lt (jg) and Mrs. James
I. Brunell, of Coco Solo, son; Lt,
(jg and Mrs, James E. Mahoney.
of Coed Solo, sonj jSP-3 and Mrs.
James M. ,Burk, of Coco .Solito,
son; SFC and Mrs. Johnnie Hall,
of Coco Solito, -daughter; EN2 and
Mrs. Rowie Sizemore, of Coco So Solito,
lito, Solito, son; and Ensign and ? Mrs.
Carl Rieck, of Coco Solo, son. s
-Babies were born to the follow following
ing following Panamanian citizens: Mr. and
Mrs.' James A. Shaw,' of Colon,
son; Mrs. and Mrs. Roberto Marti Martinet,
net, Martinet, of Colon, daughter; and Mr.
and Mrs. Tito Portocarrero, of Co Colon,
lon, Colon, daughter.' !.;
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WASHINGTON, April T (UP)
President Eisenhower today re resumed
sumed resumed the old ceremony of per
sonally receiving the credentials of
new ambassadors for the first
time since his heart attack.
; The President planned to re receive
ceive receive the credentials of Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador George. Arthur Padmore of
Liberia at Ceremonies at t h e
White House. ,; ,,. -, -Padmore
denied resorts 'that
Liberia has agreed to a pact oi
friendship with Russia or has ac accepted
cepted accepted recent Russian offers of e
conomic aid." ; X r ;
The ambassador released a state statement
ment statement from Liberian President Wil
uam V. Tubman declaring Liberia
"has never been for sale, neither
will the Liberian people barter
their integrity.?
Tile tradiUonal White House ce-
remony of receiving Ambassad Ambassadors
ors Ambassadors was one Of the functions drop
ped from the President's schedule
after his heart attack in Septem September
ber September to ease the burden on him dur during
ing during his recuperation. r v
Smce September, 13 envoys have
presented their credentials at the
State Department. The -necessary
official documents were forward forwarded
ed forwarded to the President for signing.
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