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PANAMA, R. P- SATCRDAT, APRIL 14, 1958
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Of Tvo Captives'
-".ALGIERS, Algeria," April
today lanced into the craggy hills of the Collo mountains
outside of Phillipeville after a rebel band that yesterday
mutilated two French wounded. I v v
The NATO-trained Seventh Armored Division, second
"of the major units pulled out of Cermany in the last month
- to fight in Algeria, is to debark today.
. k The rebel -band yesterday
ambushed two supply trucks be-
longing to the First colonial In In-.
. In-. fantry .. Regiment on a winding
.:. road 25 miles south of Phillipe Phillipe-.
. Phillipe-. vllle. x " s
.it The first truck was forced to
i stop by a hail of automatic
weapon fire and Its occupants
leaped the the ground to fight
v Rebel fire-killed one of the sol sol--
- sol-- dier. and wounded the remain remaining
ing remaining four. 1
When reinforcements arrived
-V on the scene a few moments
. later, they found the body of
the first soldier burned by the
near woods were
of two of the
Paris Press Ssdly
Of Alfred Gru:nlher
u i .
- PARIS,. April 14 -(UP) The
Paris press today sadly proclaim proclaimed
ed proclaimed the .' coming departure of
SHAPE commander General ,A1-
frerf M Ouenther. i . -,
"-y Gruenther has; enjoyed one of
the best "presses'- given to an
African ;' "1 bBre slice
hum i.m.i .
news to its s eadcrs under the head headline
line headline "a friend is, going, to leave
- The paper speculated .that
'Gruenther might enter politics
- and said: ''Our country has uo
" better friend than this serious Gen General,
eral, General, curious about all things
whose gifts of sympathy are a vi visible
sible visible expression -oi generous
.nature and a vast intelligence.
"His depatture,; will leave., m
France profound regrets, we must
K deplore the departure of i;b"
S . 1 .... 1ifflJMlltlfl
, wn? i".T.T hi;
!'S?. hjred the United
I hpra dauv L omuv v"cu
r.nipnther "with Omar uraaiey.
one of the American military men
who best understood our.-duucul-ties."
Irish Art lovers
Pilfer Pointing; V
AsIc Fcr33 Kore
LONDON. April 14 (UP ) Irish I
-linn.iut students who "liberate
Nnlinnalist students who
v, .a" svenrh -. art masterpiece
from the London Tate Gallery de demanded
manded demanded today that Queen .Eliza .Elizabeth
beth .Elizabeth turn over 38 other paintings
thev 'claim belong to ireland.
. rha rfomanH wax made in letters
mailed from London by the Irish
"National Students" council to
Queen Elizabeth and Prime fMm.
ister Anthony Eden. Copies ol the
letter also were mailed to Dublin
' newspapers. ,"i .'7
ThP Irish student organiMlion
has claimed responsibility for yer
terday's removal from 4he Tate, av.. una r-rwui a.
o.i, t vrKh mistornieceiOesterle. Jr.. distribution and
v.h.pri i at aonroximately $28,000.
The paindng was "Jour D'Ete" sion at Cristobal. -miTipr
riav an impressionist i
canvas painted- tears ago- by
Berthe Monsot. ;
TK Irish Nationalists clam tne
painting and 38 others from the j
collection of the late Irish art con-
: c; Unflh T an hlnnff In
Ireland and should not be. hanging
in British galleries.
Army Calls 12,000
For Duty In June ;
. WASHINGTON. April 14 (UP)-
' The Army will draft 12,000 men in
June, the Defense Department an
nonnced today.; ; """' 'rebel chieftains six-man staff .in
The June call is the same as the bloodless ambush which took
that issued for May and double place at 7:30 a.m. 6.2 miles north-,
the number drafted this month, west of Lon Xuyen.
The June .call will bring to' In arresting Bacut, the US..
2.04,430. the number of men bacel govcrimen' of resident resident-drafted
drafted resident-drafted into the Armed Forces premier Ngo Dinh Diem has scoi
since September 1930. No Navy.led its biggest success since the
Marine or Air Force draft will be1 National Army ; beat the Binh
' levied in June.
Police Hold Bike
For Some Nice Gal
Anv.m. 1n airV, WwU
dnir'intf on. wVi.-h v nirl-(i nn
lp Ball)..a Will ownrr d 1 e a
14 (UP) French infantry
by the rebels before they died.
. Meanwhile French seaborne
commandos and navalguns at
tacked Algerian rebels in a land
sea operation on the western
Mediterranean coast. The rebels
were routed from coastal posi
tions and many were believed
French 'authorities said the
combined operation took place
"somewher on the coast of the
Bone department" in western Al
geria near the Tunisian border.
The attack began when a
French escort vessel sailed up to
the rebel-Infested coast carrying
a aeiacnmeni oi commandos.
The commandos sneaked a
shore and routed a rebel unit.
At daybreak, the French de destroyer
stroyer destroyer Gulchen opened up
with its tuns and blasted an
insurgent pos'tlon on the
French officers said they be believed
lieved believed many rebels may have
been entombed in a nosition
they barricaded after retreating
from the commando attacks.
The French reported they suf suffered
fered suffered no casualties in the opera operation.
tion. operation. Two and one-Tialf miles Inland,
French commandos encircled a
small Arab village where insur insurgents
gents insurgents were known to be hiding.
The rebels, armed with, auto automatic
matic automatic weapons, tried to break
A number of the lnsmsenis
fled and jnade a stand In a for fortified
tified fortified house seven miles away.
iThe heavy guns from the de destroyer
stroyer destroyer Gulchen were trained on
the rebel lair and destroyed It,
the French said.
Ei;hl CZ Embyes
Hired Here In March
Eight permanent emolovees.' oae
ation during the month of March
according to a report of the Per Personnel
sonnel Personnel Bureau.
The new employee from ta-e
United States; is Donald E. Pem-
berton, oof Troy. Ohio, who basil
U... 1 1 I
cmymjcu us mecnanicaii
sion at Balboa Heights." --
une of tne empoyees hired local
ly worked before with the Canal
organization. He is James Hinkle,
a native ,of Bardstown, Kentucky,
who was employed in the Internal
Security Branch He was first era
ployed in 1935 asa technician witl
the Health Bureau. He was with
the Police Division from 1937 to
1944 when he transferred to the
Mechanical Division for a year.
From 1945 to 1952, he was with
Customs Division as a customs
Guard, and since 1952 he has beeal i-naPw are making plans for con con-employed
employed con-employed with the U.S. Navy. j ducting courses on the Pacific and
Other personnel employed local-! Atlantic Sides of the Isthmus with
ly are Mary Ann DollerscheU. Pa-! first 'Aid Courses tentative-
trice C. Lange, Loretta C. Snyder,
and Lois i. Thistlethwaite. nurses
with the Health Bureau: Dr. Clar
ence B. Hewitt, Medical Officer at
( window clerk in the PosUl DivW
Dicn Fcrces Cr&j
m mm a m a t
nV(. I rir-(n f
' SAIGON. Indochina, .April It
(UP) Civil guards have cap captured
tured captured without a single shot self self-styled
styled self-styled General Bacut, chief of a
fanatical band of 1500 South Viet Vietnamese
namese Vietnamese pirates and cut-throats.
'the government announced today.
' The guards also t captured the
! Xuyen of pirates and gunmen out I gainst the government s and par par-of
of par-of Saigon in,April last year. Jliament's intervention in the four four-!
! four-! Tovh on'y in his erlv thirties iweek-lons labor conflict and de-
Bacut has behind him a blood
4nakerl record of ten veara ax r
(ruthless warlord, cunning military
Irsnrn. a rpsnertprt rp lsinnc wrti
toaripr. and influential nnlitirian.
His caniitre willl nrnhablv lead
fa the surrender of his remaining
e 1200-odd followers, '.scattered
I bands all over Cochmchina. :
m u u y
Irate Rainier; Fuming Over Roadblock Tactics;
Dans Press Photographers From Civil Wedding
MONACO, 'April 14 (UP) i i-Prtnce
Prtnce i-Prtnce Rainier yesterday angri angrily
ly angrily ordered all press photograph photographers
ers photographers barred from his civil wed
ding ceremony In retaliation for
their "intolerable maneuvers in
trying to photograph him.
The sensitive ruler exploded
after- some SO photographers
formed a human barricade a-
cross a road on which Rainier
wa sdrivine with Grace Kelly.
his bride-to-be, in their, first
public outing. ;;
- Some of the photographers
even lay down in the road in
their effort to stop the car so
thev could take pictures. The
prince managed a grim smile for
the cameras, while Grace, laugh-
A m11m 1m maw
; Jfifs Kelli Hatless '; "V,
.Miss Kelly .was hatless, ol ol-lowin?
lowin? ol-lowin? criticism amone Ralni-
er's subjects that they could not
see her face because of the big
hat she wore on her arrival.
Later, the prince's press chief
suddenly denounced the pnoto
graphers' activities as "lntoler
able" and said they passed the
limits of the prince's under understanding.
standing. understanding. .-
"I regret to announce that ac access
cess access to the palace will hence henceforth
forth henceforth be barred to press photo
graphers," an official announce announcement
ment announcement by the press chief said. ;
. Garden Party Also Banned
An official spokesman" con-
firmed fTS T"pa-t. hn nhnt'.
i 'ij, uuth suifuiilf j at tne pa palace
lace palace on April 18. These were the
only palace i accesses that had
been granted to the photograph photographers.
ers. photographers. An official communique ad added
ded added that only the prince's offi official
cial official photographers would be al allowed
lowed allowed Inside the palace now,
, JJnderl previous' arrangements
t h r e e of ficlal photographers
chrwen by the prince and Miss
Kelly were to be the only ones
"llowed in the throne room be before
fore before the feeremony. They would
nool their photographs for re release
lease release to the. world press and no
Photographers were to be allow allowed
ed allowed during the ceremony.
tar Zco Ccltscj
n Fiiif Aid :.
At the ureent ntmesl nf rnn.
ider,ble "umber of Zonians, both
""" uiueu services ana me
vanai organization, a Held repre representative
sentative representative of First Aid and Water!
safety from The American Nation
al Red Cross in Washington. D C
will spend about six weeks in the
Zone conducting courses and quali-
iying instructors in f irst Aid snd
The Chairmen of both Wafer Si
,n0- r,rt Aid for the local
ly scheduled to be conducted in
the Chapter Houses, located in
Balboa oo Gaillard Highway ad
jacent.to the Civil Affairs Build
mg and in Cristobal near the
Additional information concern concerning
ing concerning both First Aid snd Water Sa Safety
fety Safety Courses will be announced at
a later date, sometime after the
arrival of the Red Cross field re representative
presentative representative next, week. ... ...
Vtfchlnp Sfrikers :
COPENHAGEN, "April 14-UP)
All of Denmark poised tensely
today to see whether organized
labor j will defy a government
back-to-work order following the
worst outbreak of street fighting
in two decades.
One policeman was killed and
several demonstrators hospitaliz hospitalized
ed hospitalized during yesterday's street fight fighting
ing fighting between the law and striking
workersthe first incident of its
kind in Denmark, since the early
thirties. ':. T -'';''
Workers mass-meetings all ever
Denmark sharply protested a
cided to launch a 24 bour general
a strike, which is supposed to para
lyze the country until Monday
I This last 'move was followed
with S demand of re-ooelne of
labor agreement negotiations he
inltwecn the Trade Union Congress
, land the Employers AssociaUon.
' ' -, ; (NEA Radlo-Telephoto)
PLAYING AT SEA Aboard the SS Constitution Grace Kelly,
who's en route to Monaco" to wed Prince Ralhlep IIL plays
shuffle-board with her nieces, Margaret (left), 9,s and Mary
Lee Davis, 7.
:A .. .. ....
-t ,' ... ., .. ...-. iv.e,
puvious ir fc-1'"'1-
sion of photographers repre representing
senting representing the world press,.and the
newlyweds were to pose reenacW
ing the signing of the marriage
" Prince Uses Power $ .:
: ; All of that was wiped away to
the wake, of yesterday's incident.
The prince, an absolute mon monarch.,
arch., monarch., has unlimited powers IB
his Uny principality. ij' -4
It was assumed the naner of
nre. tihotoeraDhers still would
ha nermltteil tn take TllctureS St
the relleious; ceremony to the
Cathedral here April 19. -Thm
incident occurred when
Rainier took Miss Kelly and her
family for luncn at nis. sisters
hillside villa overlooking the
Mediterranean .'at. -nearby Cap
MLss TCellv tactfully wore no
hat today so the people of Mon
te Carlo couio get. an unoo unoo-structed
structed unoo-structed view of her profile fof
the first time since ahe amvea
There were disappointed com comments
ments comments because of the face-hid-ine
swoon of the platter-brim
med hat she wore on her .ride
through the streets. ,
XeUyt pe&ed Na Ground,
Despite Grace's concession thp
Philadelphia Kellys ceded no vi vital
tal vital American around in their
meetine: with the royal Grimal-
ois or Europe.
Bids for 2 Projccls
In Conversion Pkn
Will Open Monday
Bids for twe projects in the pow
. .1 k.'l.
er conversion program of the1 Pa- Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier. -nama
Canal Company will be! .'One car. a primrose and black
opened Monday jnorning at Bal-. coupe, will be used to drive Miss
bo Heights. .. 1 Kelly to the wedding if the weath-
one is for tne central area ceo-
version and the, second for the
installation of 12,000-volt feeders
line to Coco Solo Hospital.' The;
ucw iuwer line uu m new
volt distribution cable will provide
emereency service for
The central area conversion pro'
Ject is one of the major pieces of I
work to be swarded lor contract
this fiscal year although the a-
mount of work involved is consid considerably
erably considerably less than that in the Atlan-j
tic area conversion program for
which a contract, has already been,
Th central area contract Willi
include domestic, comm e r c ia
and industrial equipment in uam-
boa. Paraiso. and Summit with
the exclusion of the two pump
stations, Canal lighthouse circuits,
and Summit Substation.
Domestic equipment which ; has.
been, listed for conversion in the
central area includes approxima approximate
te approximate 1 onn electric refrieeratoi
350 washing machines, and 650, indications are that the first sched sched-electric
electric sched-electric fans. Some of the areas uled areas will be started either
for conversion will be made avail- the last week in April or the first
able to the contractor. in -October,
' .M-es sister, Peggy, walked
h the extensive Hotel, Dei
Paris lobby today unmindful of
the old world inspection or wie
informal blue shorts she wore. I
And proudly behind Peggy
strode her 9-year-old daughter
Meg, and her 7-year-old Mary-
lee 'wearing blue jeans. ; ..u
Another, adjustment for Grace
today was the arrival of a Paris
gown. There had been comment
in, the" high fashion houses of
Paris when she had her wedding
gown made In Hollywood.
. The "blue train" from Paris
today brought a dazzling white
creation of lanvin for Miss Kelly
to wear at the opera on the
nrght of her civil wedding.,
(The gbwn of organdv, ,.t tulle
ahd taffeU sparkled with 800, 800,-000
000 800,-000 sequins. It was a gift from
Rainier'a father. County Pierre De
Polignac, w.;- v.
New York Mayor
At Monacan Rites
NEW YORK, April 14 fUP)-
Mayor Aooert r Wagner wiU be
represented at the marriage of
Prince Rainier and Grace Kelly,
it was announced today. v
Arnold Grant, New York alters
ney and executive, has been
named by the mayor to be his
personal representative at
Puts Grace In Fink
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ltuu, Juau, Apru l (Ui)jfor the Baltic and t the Russian
iwo ; noiis-noyce auiomooues
were airlifted from England to
France today for the wedding of
er is good.
- The second, a closed black lim-
ousine, will be used in event of
rain or threatening weather, i,
: Continued delays in the receipt of
the necessary parts for conversion
oi eiecincai equipment
town of Margarita from
25 to 60;
U cycles has resulted in further de-
laying me start oi tne actual cop-
' Sachse ; International Corpora Corporation,
tion, Corporation, the contractor, plans to atart
conversion whenever sufficient e e-quipment
quipment e-quipment arrives and will give all
affected parties at least seven
days' notice before their quarters
or activity is converted. Present
week in May.
Are i Added To Unit
WASHINGTON. April 14 (UP)
-.The Narv is addine four more
destroyers to tne mxtn ieei in
the troubled waters oi tne Mea
The addition of the four de
stroyers a destroyer division-
brings to 20 tne numoer oi mjs mjs-destroyers
destroyers mjs-destroyers in the area.. ..
The Navy omy recently ais ais-Datched
Datched ais-Datched a Marine battalion 1,-
800 men to loin iu lorees in me
Mediterranean. The Navy also is
reported nlannins to send the
miehtv supercarrler Forrestal to
join the Sixth Fleet early next
A Navy spokesman said yester
day the extra destroyers are be being
ing being sent to-the Mediterranean
"to provide a border base In 'the
area and to provide for occasion occasional
al occasional cruising- in the Red Sea. and
the Indian Ocean," y..:'vi
Th Naw has consistently de
nied that -lu additions of
strength in the Mediterranean
have anything to do with the
Middle East crisis.
Besides destroyers; the power
ful sixth Fleet now includes two
aircraft carriers : equipped with
jet fighters and other planes, a
cruiser division which normal!?
is two cruisers and one or two
By England, States
In Mid-East Has1
Former i'iuimt nt,ter V
Churchill said today he feels
fectly sure" the United States ......
Britain will intervene if necessary
iu prevent war in ine juiaaie tasi.
Churchill admitted the need fori
intervention might come at any
moment He said be believes the
American people wul not "fail in
their duty if the moment comes
For my psrt," he said, "I put
my trust in President Eisenhower
that he will make the will power
of America felt clearly and strong
ly, and leit in time.
Churchill spoke before
6,000 members of the Primrose
League,, a Conservative organiz
ation.. Kvft; i'.-'isr, ;'' '' ::':-'
'I think we tan be perfectly
sure that the United States as well
as the United' Kingdom will both
intervene to prevent aggression by
one side or another," be said. -:
uircnm saia mat u me israens
were persuaded not to attack,
thereby giving the Egyptians time
to learn the use of their new
weapons, "it will become not only
a matter of honor to make sure
that they are not the losers by
Red Twins Renewing
Sales Talk Travels
1 MOSCOW," April 14. (UP)
Marshal Nikolai Bulganin and
Nikita Khrushchev take off today
on their most important foreicn
jaunt since they became the twin
travelling salesmen Of commun communism's
ism's communism's new-look policy of peaceful
coexistence,"!;'; ?. ;.' :-' :
The Soviet Premier and Com
munist Party boss leave by train
iiiiun.ii l miij warn
cruiser Orionikidze. They are ex
pected to set sail Sunday, and
reach Britain Wednesday.
The Russian leaders are now
braving the den of the imperial
British lion whose "'colonial" tail
they so unceremoniously twisted
during their recent Asian good
will tour. Their departure came
at the peak of the biggest "We
Love Britain" campaign ever
launched by the Soviet press, rs
dio and television.
More State Jobs
For Small Firms
WASHINGTON. April 14 (UP)-
Interior Secretary Douglas McKay
has signed an agreement with the
Small Business Administration to
channel more department pur purchases
chases purchases to small business firms, it
was announced today.
McKay said the department now
places about half of its business
with small firms and that the new
agreement will increase these pur purchases.
chases. purchases. '-, ?"'".'?!:'.'."
The agreement applies" to all
purchases with an estimated value
of $1,000 or more. Business con concerns
cerns concerns that will benefit from the a a-greement
greement a-greement are those having no
more than 500 employes.
Gaza Strip Blast
Wounds 5; AraP
Snipers In Action
: JERUSALEM, Israel, April 14 (UP) Five Israeli
soldiers were wounded today when their car was blown up
by two mines in Israeli territory at the Gaza strip; an li
raeli military spokesman reported. ;
Col. Nehemia Brosh said the Israeli Vehicle was de destroyed
stroyed destroyed in the explosion that occurred at 11:20 a.m.
The spokesman also said two other Israelis were
wounded in new incidents of border violence.
". He said an Israeli shepherd was wounded by gunfire
from an ambush near Beitgubbrin. one mile from the Jor
; Snipers on the walls of Arab-,
held Old Jerusalem wounded an
Israeli youth yesterday, the
Brosh said Israel has protest protested
ed protested to the armistice commission
about the attack on the youth
who was felled by a bullet in the
thigh when he ventured near
the border in the ML Zion area.
It has been reported recently
in Arab newspapers tbt rh
ti m tne Jordan vaucy ye&iur-
' Afeontchis Dag. Hammarsk"
. joli leaves .Cairo tonight 1or
Israel after a final "stop-war"
conference with Premier Gam'
al A. Nasser, carrying with him.
Egypt's consent to a plan de de-signed
signed de-signed to end border battles in
the Middle East. . f
The UN secretary-general's
eieht.nolnt nronram is desiened
to put a stop to the border war
fare wnicn has resulted in at
lep't 35 Egyptian and 11 Israe Israeli
li Israeli f eaths in the past 10 days.
Cairo sources doubt that Ham Ham-marskjold
marskjold Ham-marskjold can wring agreement
to. the plan from Israelis Pre
mier David Ben Gurion
They said Ben Gurion ; has
consistently refused to accept
the idea of withdrawing tronns
irom ootn sides of the tense
The major point in the eight eight-point
point eight-point peace program is Egypt's
agreement to withdraw her
troops some 600 yards from the
border. ,, rf
The sharo fia-htlns at the naat
few days has simmered down in into
to into tense watchfulness aloncr the
There have been ho fresh re reports
ports reports of Egyptian raids. and
both sides are apparently keep
Congress Is Urged
To liberalize Law
On Imiiiigralion r
WASHINGTON, April 14 (UP)--
Mrf'arein Wo I tor mi, m..)!.
law to provide for the admission
of thousands of extra aliens a
'r,ii; t, ..2ii t.-.!j-.
Eisenhower's immigration propos
als Brownell told the Senate Im
r......a .FHu,. in iicjiu
migration subcommittee that the
administration favors a "limited
increase" in the number of immi
grants admitted to this country.
u- tsuA .hi. ...w.
counsel Richard Arens when Arensl
said the proposals would double
or triple immigration and
cnange tne cultural pattern oi
our immigration ,j from nothern
and Western Europe to .southern
and eastern .Europe''.;" v--.
"I do not t recognize 'cultural
patterns," Brownell retorted.
In submitting the administra administration
tion administration program to Congress in Feb
ruary, Mr. Eisenhower said that
it would "advance our own self self-interest"
interest" self-interest" and "also serve Ss liv living
ing living demonstration that we recog recognize
nize recognize our responsibilities of world
leadership," v v
There appears little chance Con Congress
gress Congress will grant many of the pro
posals. Most are opposed by Rep.
Francis E. Walter (D-Pa.), co coauthor
author coauthor of the present law and
chairman of the House Immigra Immigration
tion Immigration subcommittee, as well as by
powerful members of the Senate.
ing1 their aircraft under' closer
control following Thursday's j et
Hammarskjold' flies to Beirut
tonight, andifrom there to 1st
rael.".,'-ri-'--t!;', 'iv-jv --
Arab sources here feel Israeli
extremists are working hard to
keep hostility at a fever pitch
in an effort to force an overall
peace settlement, i.
Arab Shoolinj ;
NEW YORK, 'April 14 (VP)
Members of a Zionist youth (Or (Organization
ganization (Organization invaded the Egyptian
Consulate here today to protect
a shooting incident In the Israeli-Arab
The boys chanted Jewish pray pray-ers
ers pray-ers and gang "The Star Spangled
Banner" before police persuaded
them to leave, Abdul Mawgoud
Hassan, an Egyptian spokesman
Police Identified the leaders of
the group as Mordecai Ben-Erne Ic
and Joseph Churba, both Rab Rabbinical
binical Rabbinical students. -t-
. Ben-Emek said the boys fin finished
ished finished a prayer which had been
started by, the Tel Aviv-victlms
before they were killed bifZYP bifZYP-tian
tian bifZYP-tian commandos. -t .,.
"The purpose of this fttn
was to conduct memorial serv services
ices services for the three childrenand
their Rabbi who were murdered
by Egyptian killers near Tel Aviv
on Wednesday," police quoted
one of the agitators.
Police and Egyptian 'offjtfals
said the 22 boys harmed nomine
and did no damage. There-were
National Guard Day
Panama is celebrating Nation
al Guard Day today.
. A dedication at 4 p.m. of the
Guards' new medical dental
clinic building, adjoining the
'"S""V" vj uuj a Musnuir
Other phases Included the dec
oration of the grave of slain
President Jose A. Remon this
morning at 9:30 and a visit with
Br..M.nt e..n. vr r
I e paiace
Tonight at 7:30 a dance for
officers and men and their fam families
ilies families will be held In the National
b r.mo"owt ?!tAinon
at Juan mnc( race track.
Joins Nayy Today
NEW YORK, April 14 UP UP-The
The UP-The USS Saratoga the world's
largest and most powerful 'ship 'ship-joins
joins 'ship-joins the United States Navy of officially
ficially officially today in commissioning ce
remonies at the New York Naval
Shipyard in Brooklyn.
Rear Adm. Roscoe H., Hillen.
koetter, commandant of the third
Naval District, will commission
the 60,000-ton aircraft carrier as a
flight of navy planes sweeps ever
the ship. Capt. Robert. J. Stroth of
New York will immediately as.
sume command of the $207 million
. vessel. :' i : -.:
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SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
The Poly Week and April Fool Easter have passed at last
and left trail of blood and destruction never heard of before,
atld eVen today reports still are rolling in. Along with the dust
storms and visibility down to zero, it's bard to tell how it will
?d We slipped out of town Sunday, found little traffic on the
roads, had an excellent turkey dinner at Johnson City and, best
0 all, at a cost of only 75 cents a head. Like to have dropped
Mad when I picked up the check. '- .f ?
ii rrank was road supervisor in the WPA starvation days and
knows every cow trail in this part of the country. We drove
over a scenic route of deeo canyons and narrow hoe backs
aene to the Austin Highway (8) to see the beautiful beds of
Btue Bonnets. They are in full flower and a sight worth see see-Irijr
Irijr see-Irijr j .i. v '" A:
?' Since our last drive tip that way a lot of road work has
sen on and about 34 miles of four-lane divided highway has
been completed up to the city limits, and they ut building
the same kind of road to by-pass the city lor traffic to Hous-
jSrt hwd another flash on my radio a series of hurri hurricanes
canes hurricanes has hit north Texas, Colorado Kansas, Oklahoma and
MUsouri. Towns have been torn to shreds, roads blocked and
dimaVbeyond estimate. So I'll dose this for another week
and Rive them a cnance to centime icw ,,.
'some peopie 'Strike It Rich"
END OF A ONE-ARMED BANDIT Looking like major
J leaguer ready to rap out a horn run is Cook County, 111., Sheriff
Joseph Lohman as he destroys a slot machine. The machine was
confiscated in a raid by sheriff's police u Bedford Park.- Some
$1,000 was taken from the machines and turned over to the
.... j -.ml lnnui vnii'ra an iinHertAker SO I
dont pull your old joke
i The Great flcv PONTIAC SIX
Priced to Compete with the
1. Let us g've you the tlctailg loday
i C I V A S. A.
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eo .is oo
APES OWN COIUMH
tmm n4m a Tfc MMU tpulril
era eaadlee' to wbqIW eoaftUHl
I can't even strike the new
about locking up new busmen!
.. : '-1
By VICTOR RIESEL
Skilled investigators busily
checking recent columns by Victor
Riesel in a search for leads to
the assailant who hurled sulpnuric
acid into his face admitted to his
staff Sunday that, "we were
amazed at his courage in tackling
soma of the situations he uncov
ered and appaled at the number
of persons or groups who anight
have real desire to put him out
One prober added that they were
convinced that the attack, aside
from attempting to halt Riesel 's
exposures, was aimed at so horri
fying and terrifying potential wit
nesses before the newiy empaneled
grand juries digging into rackets,
that the prosecutors would be un
able to win convictions and might
not even be able to get : enough
evidence 'for: indictments.
A veteran hnr "officer .told Rie-
sel's staff that "a beating might
have scared off a few., A shoot shooting
ing shooting might have scared some. But
the effects of such attacks would
have worn off before too long and
some witnesses would still come
forth. But the horror of acid in
the eve has such a permanent
frightening effect that the probes
may collapse." r
In fe column that appeared lust
three days before the attack, Rie Riesel
sel Riesel had pin-pointed the nature of
extortion devices in many fields,
including the garment industry.
He mentioned one of the devices
used when an employer balked at
layoffs was to, sprinkle, valuable
shipments of clothes with acid.
Grimly enough, the acid throwers
in the garment field specialized
in the use of -sulphuric acid, the
same kind used in the attempt
to blind Riesel. v y
The day after that column ap
peared there was wide-spread re
action among the men deep in
garment center crime circles. An
intimata of an ex-con, described
as "the common denominator" in
a score of rackets, was overheard
cursing itiesei. ....
He is Quoted as heatedly shout
ing to a group around him, ."Did
you see wnat mat ..... K i e s e;
is trying to do to the gar men.
center?" : : .,-, ,.(,
But the, easy-money boys in the
garment and trucking fields are
not the only ones who had cause
to hate and fear Riesel. v -Orily
last week, for,, the first
time anywhere, Riesel exposed the
shakedown techniques of racket
unions in New York which con concentrated
centrated concentrated on small businesses in
the New York City and Ling Is-
iana. areas, itiesei disclosed ;
"The biggest shot in the arm
to smaller hoods has been the in-
f'ux of non English speaking
cn Kica,n tfito big,'i eaerji
f-a ffhcsevtipl ;warkerfc Jrarehr
KiiQW,, what, is ,A.ujDeiuna, because
of language difficulties and be because
cause because they're understandably
frightened of the pew land and
its processes. i
"They, are literally boueht and
SOld. ; ,',,....,,,
"The boss u forced bv local
unions, many of them phony, to
pay dues and initiation fees1 for
the Puerto Ricans. This money is
taken out of their wages. No meet meetings
ings meetings are called. No union really
exists. The boyj pocket most of
tne money Just because they hap happen
pen happen to 'own' a charter.'
A rundown of at least 10 of
such racket unions described bv
Kiesel reveals that many of their
officials have long police records
for 'crimes 'ranging from larceny
to assault to bookmaking to nar narcotics
cotics narcotics raps to attempted murder.
many 01 tnem are punas wno sot
their sleazy start in the older
gangs that infested the food and
garment industries and specialis
ed, amoni? other things, in hurling
actd on dresses, meats and other
commodities if not persons.
With the stakes, that high, with
the principals involved born and
steeped in the crudest techniques
of violence, many anti-crime ex
pert have told Riesel's staff that
they believe the fiendish attack
on him might well have originated
tn this area! Especially since the
boys, emboldened by the size of
the "take" in this area, were nis
cussing seriously the establish
ment of. "branch offices" with
their comrade-in-crlme in other
large cities with heavy populations
of non-English speaking workers.
why the concentration on Rie-
piI's columns? Obviously because
the authorities are convinced the
attack stems from the mobs. Proof
of this is seen in the fact that
Manhattan's District At t o r n e y
Hoean assigned the case tn hi
Rackets Bureau instead of one 01
the ether edpartments in his
MILWAUKEE (UP) Ac
tors at the Fred Miller Theater
ifot the bird from a local patron
and liked it The admirer, a poul poultry
try poultry dealer, Bent a 24 lb. turkey
to the players. They ate it at a
Urn -K WPjV 71
WASHINGTON- -NEA)-1 .the
Republican administration has
overlooked a bet.
Sometimes charged with giving
everything away to big business,
the., Eisenhower political handlers
have failed to capitalize On their
three-year antitrust law enforce enforcement
ment enforcement record. -This
program has been In
charge of Asst Atty. Gen. Stanley
M. Barnes, recently confirmed for
appointment as Judge of the U.S.
Circuit Court of Appeals for Pa
cific states, I Guam, Hawaii and
Alaska. v ...r- ,r.-v;':'
His appointment is generally re
garded as a merited promotion.
But it removes from Washington
an effective' GOP administratorv
Fifty-three new antitrust e a ses
were filed last year, 35 uf ",pH
and 29 in' 1953. Fifty-one cases
were disposed of last year, 66 in
1954 second highest, number on
record.- - ',"'' i-v?," ;
Despite the filing and disposing
of more cases, the dumber pend
ing has been cut from l to 101
m three years.
When Judge Barnes took 'over
the antitrust division in mid-1953,
the 18 oldest cases on the docket
were five an', a half years bid.
Today the 18 oldest cases have
been kicking around for only three
and a half years. ? ":?
The docket is two yean closer
to being current
The number of antitrust case
MEMOS OF A GIRL FRIDAY i
Dear W. W Marilvn Monroa
will be a Time Maa cover-story
soon. I cant imagine them digging
up anything people haven't "read!
thors. stage directors and others
(so close to her lately) who are on
gov't lists as reformed Reds, etc.
. .Jessie Royce Ladis. who played
her mother in "Thief"' (and other.
movies) cannot attend Miss Kel Kelly's
ly's Kelly's wedding because of TV com commitments.
mitments. commitments. So Grace gave her a
private showing of the wedding
frock. .Hemingway plans return returning
ing returning to Africa. His son Peter is
there now. .London can. expect
fireworks when Eartha Kitt opens
at Cafe De Paris and. Dorothy
Dandridga starts at the Savoy.
Both will arrive armed with press-!
agents, who plan making i the
battle of the year.,
v Want to drive the press- agents
mad? Tell them former colleague
Ted Hartman (he went straight)
is lolling on the Island of Majorca
(off Spain) living in a mansion,
the rent on which is $100 month
. .Nanette Fabray's quote (in a
mag) solves the riddle of her split
with Mr. Caesar. "Sid and I seem
. . ..-
to have that unspoken feeling be between
tween between us. Like a husband and wife,
who know each, other 8 moods
Walter Winched I
Coronet (last Dec.) k a concrete court with scads of taped record record-example
example record-example of why 7 actors should, mgs made in the sinful one's apt'
run when the see an interviewer v .Speaking of Washington, one of.
comine. The trouble is that they
I invariably quote you correctly.
I Sainmv rimmwit thput nparls he.
fore swine: "I guarantee one thing.
I will be the irst Negro to win
an Acadmey Award for the' best
performance By 1965, Til have a
big fat, Oscar on my mantle mantle-piece."
piece." mantle-piece." (Oh, Sammy, you didn't
say It). .The coolest spot m town
is between Sandy Wilson (who had
so much to do with the success of
"The Boy Friend") and Julie An Andrews.
drews. Andrews. .Poor Rubirosa. Zsa-Zsa
may not be rich but she could
take a punch. E
Anna Magnani,- Oscar-wirmerj is
another who should be an inspira
tion to stage and screen hopefuls.
A: famed director once told Anna
that she had no talent when she
was struggling for recognition. She
Doesn't Hurt a Bit
k By PETER EDS0M p
investigations under way has gone
up from 210 in 1953 to 307 as of
last Jan. ; x--.'a!v.
The number of antitrust com
plaints received by Department of
Justice has- likewise increased
from 600 in 1952 to 1,200 in 195S.
This last may be taken as a
sign of more monopolistic prac
tices tn the three years, or it can
be taken as a sign of increasing!
public confidence that complaints
against. big business actions in re
straint of trade will now get at attention.
: Defendants have shown a great
er confidence in the government's
willingness to accept settlements
of antitrust cases out of court,
avoiding long, costly trials.
All this increased antitrust ac
tivity has been done with a 20 per
cent budget cut and 24 per.ceui
less" manpower. ,
There may not have' been -as
many spectacular cases' hitting
the headlines. Judge Barnes has
preferred to pick and choose pre
cise areas for specuie accomplish
ments in freeing business com competition.
petition. competition. :: (
Thus the, recent salt against
Shell ou uorp. freed one tilling
station operator In Quincy, Mass.,
from a forced one-cent-per-gallon
profit squeeze. Shell Oil drew a
maximum $5,000 fine. But the
decision stands to benefit all small
A few of the big boys have been
married him. .The marriage and,
her retirement lasted 7 years.
One of the Borne crowd says Anna
reaiiy aoesn i consiaer ma yscar
such-amuch. Reportedly told a Hoi-.
lywood exec that none of the for-V
act" . .Mario Lanza's "Serenade'
was purified for the screens. It is
based on a James Cain shocker.1
The novel dealt with the abnormal
antics ot a tenor. ? j
Britain's Duchess of Kent is deep deeply
ly deeply affected by the situation in Cy
prus. She is. Greek by birth and
always felt cloft to her homeland,'
where her ailing mater is. She is
Princess Helen. .Ph'J (News)'
Greitzer's son 'Mark Mitchell is
heinir nnfirmeit tnmnrrnw. Youm'
invited. I explained you are away,
but will fly back after the b'cast,
. .How elegant can you get?:
Cecil- Beaton, official photoe to'
Queen Liz (be did the exquisite'
costumes for "Fair Lady"), sleeps'
in a bed with a frilly canopy over,
it At the Ambassador. .The cur-
rent Motion Picture mag has an
exclusive portrait (page 23) of
Grace Kelly's wedding gown. j
I hear-the scandal of the year
?' to break over the fashr
:nnnv,l. r!.,... Mn.j
lutiauia vucv vuiacv uvwu til
Washington. One of the White
House execs and a distaff barris barrister
ter barrister have been found out by his
wife, who will shame them in a'
(before the, security program was
-.a .1 ... i
W wvai aWf-i vaseas9 au AU
ui tune, uiu wera ikw apuiica-i
average is 7407. .Actor Richard
Burton is different His dressing
room walls at the Old Vic (in
London) are covered with critics
raps of his emoting in "Alexan "Alexander."
der." "Alexander." Interesting sidelight to "Little
biass uock," which faded after
eight perfs last week, Gertrude
Lawrence was very interested' in
playing it Until "King and 1"
came aiong colony tcn-tchat
The Baroness Afdera Franchetti'
is daffy about Henry Fonda. But'
she is catnouc and he s bad three
wives, which explains what hapJ
penea 10 mem k Hottest, scandal
in town is the romance between
Suit against Radio 'Corn. v of
America, thrown out of court sev
eral years ago, was successfully
reinstituted on the basis of, "Yes,
but look what you've been doing
since men. .( .,,, .,,,-Action
Action .,,,-Action wag also begun atratn.it
United Fruit Co. This was recom
mended In 1913, 1937 and 1952,
under Democratic- administra
tions, but never carried out until
Eleven suits have been filed In.
tolving labor unions, previously
considered immune from most
antitrust actions. .,
' A concerted drive was made at
the beginning of the Eisenhower
administration to rewrite com
pletely the Sherman and Clayton
antitrust laws for the benefit of
Due largely to Hie skillful steer steering
ing steering of Judge Barnes- in: a packed
commission of corporation law lawyers,
yers, lawyers, this effort was held to 12
recommendations' for strengthen-,
ing the antitrust law and T3 reco
mmendations for changes in ad
Seme of these changes have
been put into effect and others
are still under consideration.
But there will be no general re revision
vision revision of antitrust laws unless
with Asst. Atty. Gen. Barnes ele elevated
vated elevated to the bench some new
character is moved in to let what
has been; accomplished slide backwards.
a married Polish Princess and
her ditto Italian beau. They meet
here now and then. She dwells
in the Bahamas and he flies up
Andy Griffith, who crashed the
Broadway heavens with "No Time
for Sgts" (only a few months ago
or so;, Dougnt as acres aiong tne
coast near aianieo, norm Carolina
. Lee Mortimer says your voice
was the only one to mention his
oooK. "Around the world Confiden
tial," which made No. 10 on the
best seller list in L.A, ... It may
make the one m N.Y. any Sabbath
if he gets a fair count The N. Y.
Times will not accept adverts for
his book (which unveils Reds) but
ran a page ad for pro-pinko Corliss
Now about this Robert Rossen
fellow, the author of the new movie
which took big spreads in the pa
pers , Kossen, you recall,
stayed in Mexico for two years
to keep from being served by a
Cong.- Commr probing Hollywood
so-and-sos. Then he went abroad
for another spell . Then, when
he wanted o make some fast
money over here, he arranged to
testify in Washington against for
mer comrades . The committee
gave him a clearance (omieahd)
and thanked him publicly for his
co-operation, etc. . All he did was
name about 30 ingrates who were
fingered long before by other wit
nesses, v )r W ;i
Joyce Ryan, who was a Grii Fri
day for Rudy Vallee, and model'd
for kou Armstrong, nas become
an important painter. Her "Moon
light Over Majorca" ia on exhibit
at the Natl Aits Club. 15 Gram
ercy Park '. The Newspaper
Guild finally Insisted that the city's
"most respectable", paper clean up
the intolerable night copy-boy situ
ation . Eydie Gorme. the song
stress, is an old-fashioned girl,
who lives with her folks in the
Bronx. In her family, she says
a girl doesnt leave home except
with a husband..
baby bonnets irom Irene of n.r.
They cost sz eacn . "strip f or
Action" fas vou said Ions atro) is
having nothing but trouble. Don
(Continued "on Page 4)
WASHINGTON The aiidilra
cancellation of Toscanini's former
BU symphony of the Air" from
taking a State Department-sponsored
tour Of Southeast Aci huH
more backstage byplay behind it
than; the finding of eight leftist
Basically it was a h&ttl hown
a Pennsylvania Republican, Rob Robinson
inson Robinson Mcllvaine, publisher of the
uowningiown, ra., archive, and a
Brooklyn Democrat, Congressman
John J. Rooney. But also the
Democrats saw a chance to em
barrass Eisenhower bv showing
that his own. personal $5,000,000
runa nas been used, to send Red
musicians on a tour of Japan.
Having smarted from the Nixon-Eisenhower-GOP
. charee that the
Democrats harbored Communists
in government the Democrats saw
a chance to pin the same Com Communist
munist Communist label not only on the Eisen
hower administration, but right on
tisennower nimseit, since only he
can spend his special fund.-
Tragedy is that the orchestra
has done a great job for the U.S.A.
us tour of the Far East last year
won Americans tremendous kudos,
was one or tne best good-wiu proj projects
ects projects the State department has
undertaken. The trio cost S265.000
out ot the White House fund, and
another trip was planned for In Indonesia,
donesia, Indonesia, India and Indochina
when suddenly Brooklyn Democrat
Rooney burst out with his Red
charges. . ,v-'-'
What happened was that a musi musician
cian musician fired by the Symphony of the
Air came to Rooney with the
charge that the orchestra had
been taken over by Reds. On Jan
uary U, Rooney passed the tip on
to Dennis A. Flinn, assistant to
State. Department security officer
Scott McLeod. an old friend of
Senator McCarthy's. It wasYMc wasYMc-Leod's
Leod's wasYMc-Leod's job to check the orchestra
for security in the first place. But
he had faued to catch any com communists
munists communists prior to the Far Eastern
tripr. had assured Mcllvaine:
"Any known communist would
be identified in- our passport of-
UNCHECKED PICCOLO :
However, he finally sent Roon Rooney
ey Rooney the raw, unchecked FBI files
on the orchestra which showed
derogatory information against
eight musicians, three of whom
had. possible Communist background.,.-
McLeod" had checked the leaders
of the orchestra carefully, but had
not' checked ever piccolo player
because of the fact that they han handle
dle handle no government documents, had
access to no classified information.
However, it developed that some
had taken pictures of American
bases- en Okinawa, and, it was
claimH, had spread anti-American
fci.i;aganila.: Pentagon officials,
incidentally, had doubts that, any
Red musicians could have taken
any important photos of American
As a result, however, Congress Congressman
man Congressman Rooney demanded cancella
tion of the orchestra's Middle East
trip, also cast doubt about con continuing
tinuing continuing Bee's $5,000,000 special
fund. Ex-publisher Mcllvaine, now
deputy assistant secretary of .state,
put up an eloquent plea.
"If we are to win this struggle,
we must present the positive fact
of our system. AH the world knows
that we produce the mightest
ooraos, nomoers, ana oaiuesmps.
This fact is vital to our security.
"But we have something equally
important or perhaps more per
suasive than instruments of destruc
tion or gadgets for easier living to
show the worm.
"This is our culture and our
people. Mr. Chairman, I believe
that the time nas come wnen we
can no longer afford to ignore
this, even if occasionally we
export 1 foul ball.
Rooney. however, remained ob
durate. Hastily the orchestra trip
was. canceled. ;
AOLAi IS DISCOURAGED
Senator Kefauver and his adVls-
ii ii i i
1 Singing voice
12 Seed vessel 1
. DOWN t
1 Musical group
3 Operatic solo
I Muddy deposit
I Line on staff
I? Time marking0 Molding
It Phonograph :
20 With an equal
number ot ,
beats to the
24 Roman date
29 English baby
38 Dinner course
39 Operatic part
44 Arm bone
46 Volcanic ..
5 Sheltered side
57 "The .of
59 Worm m
1 container 1
. Making Music
era hav hAn m i .u
the Democratic National, commit-
ie is joaaea in lavor of Adlai
, , wivfUlOUU
has been complaing about the
Democratic national committee.
oyrcuicauy, Aaiai put in a phone
call to his old friend, Congress Congressman
man Congressman Mel Pri- nf Fact c r
HI- The conversation took place
weu oeiore me Minnesota primary
but even thrn Stmu
. "wwu ouuuucu
worried and depressed. He com com-plamed
plamed com-plamed that .the Democratic na national
tional national committee was using him
to raise money by booking him for
speeches that Offered no political
dividend. Adlai had the feeUng
that his campaign wasn't going too
well.' and itWH iVm..
Price for advice.
Price replied that what Adlai
needed was a professional poli-
Stevenson ranlini that hi. ..
I uia w a in
paign manager,' James Finnegan,
euHicruc leaaer ot Fhil-
""f! professional. Uon Uon-cressraan
cressraan Uon-cressraan Price amftnH Fmn...
h?f'?J,!."ble t0 win ty
vi mt iiuaueipma ior ue Democrats,
uioiuws u ei-mayor josepn Clark
and present Mayor Richard Dil Dil-worth.
But what SUvenemi huaJ k.
said, was a real professional He
also nreed Stpvpncnn t 0n nn Ik.
offensive anil ittarV Sonstu. v- '.
- vuhwa uc
Soma lisiinhniirai niflns m
wl uura lit MIS. -..
ing about Sherman Adams for
yiee presiaem. iney gay he knows
,' f"ucuvy Ulan
anyone clse-.including Ike himself
. vj. AmoBssaaor wintnrop
Ala rich in TinHnn w o1Iol
- "-V UUTTU :
to the foreign office the other day
and bawled out regarding the U.S.
ambassador in Greece, piano-play
ing Cavendish Cannon. The British
accused Cannon of indirectly en en-couraffinr
couraffinr en-couraffinr fiiwlr tarvnnota
Democrats will demand that e'very
nepuoucan wno oougnt a hundred-doUar-a-plate
ticket tuvthe ''Salute
Eisenhower" dinners in January
must be listed as a campaign
contributor. The dinners, raised
over $5,000,000 for the GOP, but
the dinner lint m far
- ..w ,,
kept strictly confidential. Demo-
craw ciaim every nundred-dollar
ticket was a campaign contribu contribution
tion contribution tinder the -election law. i
Gov. George Leader of Pennsyl-!
rania is geiung razzed by his
fattlAl -riUWmie tf,a IIAIinlnn. H.
for Stevenson. Leader was strong V
for Kefauver in 1952. 4 .Top Ste-v
venson leaaers met m Pittsburgh
the other night at the invitation of I
Mayor David Lawrence of Pitts-
nurch tn pnmciHnr Hlai' ftitnra
plans. They were not happy.
Secretary of Agriculture Ben Benson's
son's Benson's chief lobbyist, Jack Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, has done such an efficient job -on
Capitol Hill that the White
House has asked him to instruct
other government lobbyists.
Assistant President Sher Sherman
man Sherman Adams plans to call a' private
meeting of legislative liaison men
tq hear Anderson's secret of sue-,'
cess. The ex-California congress congressman
man congressman will tell them how they, too,
congressmen. -- v,-
Able, affable Anderson, whose
bean is as bald as the walnuts he
grows on his California ranch, all
but held Vermont Sen. George Ai Aiken's
ken's Aiken's hand during the farm de debate.
bate. debate. He wis at Aiken's ear con continually
tinually continually with information to help
the Vermont Republican put across
Benson's flexible farm program. -For
. a time, Anderson even sta- :
tioned an assistant in Aiken's of office.
fice. office. '"'-''i -..-rH-;'-.-".-:,i'
Another Anderson technique is to
assure congressmen answers to
their agriculture problems. They
had not been getting these in the
past But Anderson instructed con con-gressmen
gressmen con-gressmen to send him carbon cop copies
ies copies of all their inquires to the
Agriculture Department, and he
personally will see .that they are
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; 48 Major or
' Minor ..
33 "Good Night,
51 Within ., '-.
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SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1336
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. Telaphone S-3orts
BALBOA: Sol, Balbo Boa
Service Sunday, MM J U
CRISTOBAL. American U0?.J5
Services burwa, l
8UO ABaio. House tie- 303 la fet.
Sunda Mi '
tWOU BAM1ST CHUKCB
311 bruj to
V .Won. WW
- bit t rauetewsiii, raster
v Siaioay School f najn.
Traini). JJn".n JS.
kvcniuH Worship !.. r
lrayt Meeting i ' a ja Bm
kicO Weoneidaj T
Spawn tJibieScnool ...
- aeiurdsir ,...
' ,flK BAfTtSl CUUKCIt
i Balboa Heights. C.S.'
. 2I Anew Boulawd lr v, s
Drawn bb HjiMi
Pnons Balboa 7tf
. WllUao) a Beeby, ',.
I.-..- i-nKH ........... Mi
, Mornini Worship Jj3
' Baptun Training Union J "j"
Bvangelisuc S""6" i-ll :'"
W M.S, BlhU dy , gjJ,
B'rh' B B-'
' B-' Mondav to saonthk 'f
, FIRST BAfTOT CTVWCH
MariariU Avenua at Sth WWo
araarittr Canal ana
lbwrS.ll. Hanlbraa. raatat
oundat School ........... Jj JH
RSning Worship "v ".
notit Trainini Onion...... P--
BrothW Tuejday.., 1 1
if M.U.. it iwday v ; H : ? ;
S.A.. H A. Sunbeams. ; p
Fridays ..i P
. .; J-, ft ;.uectwis)v,f
.' V.'--ftH FAClFIC''SIDsI'fV:.i--';
A"AJ?.h":.i Mra. M McDonsM
u seDruery dmoti
11 w 'jionneei ww"1
3:0(1 bLnaay Dcnooi.
73U baivauoD a
Lieutenant ramy CampbeD
Building Ho. 1080. Phone: KW i
11:0-1 tloliness Meeting, VI
.j S :00 Sunday School.
7 M; SaJvaUon Meeting. V j h
FASAiSO, CX.' 'm 11
Jlnvoy & Mrs, ft t Moseley- ,;
11:00 H'ilness Meeting.
3:00 Si t.day SchooL j-; j
a0 Sateattoft UMUk.'P'm
Benior t apt. nd Mm C. Maeassi
14th Street. Phone: 38-743. ff
11 M Holiness Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
7.30 tsuivation Meeting. .'!
COLON IHlRb STRET .
Major rdnt Bingham
11:00 I!olinem Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School. ;:' .'3i-
,1J0 SkivaUon Meeting. ;
Envoy J, CUl ".; --:i:-.-;-r-i
St. Kiits and Jamaica 'Street: ;
110 Hi!.neis Metting -?
3:00 Pmday School.
TM Solvation Meeting.
ffhere all FroteMants cenparaM wttb
auuty in asscanais, urjeny ca
asiiBtiaw aaa enarr aa an
' ifuk art Awnr itni
r.k-nm , ..y'.V'!
ev. lay Makely, Partae
Phone ftSS : -i ....
t:45 Church SehooL '! ;; .'.
11:00 Worship Service. 5 C
jl ii m. Sr. Youth Followshlp.
O0 pjn. Jr. Youth Fellowship, ..
Tha Rev. rtui a. W. O land sr. Pastor.
-Mam JMWPi. .c "'
:to Bible ficosai
10:45 Wonhlp aarviet and Cburcfa-tteM
ajurmry. '. I"
CdO Tout Fallowahm, : x
.' TBI PACIFIC, MOT
Ike He. Oscar W. Olsea, Paatat
' Balboa Rd. at- 8n Pablo St.
Phona i-148t-Churcta Office t423.
-M Church School tree boa aervtea
Parsmaae Oiaeasaion Gnwn.
1031 Worship, Service The Expanded
. Session for Nursery, Kindergarten
- Primary and Junior Dents.
- Church-time Nuraerr for caJidrar
' under 3. t .. .....
1:00 viiniOT-rilKl) Fellowship.
:W) Poxt-HIgh Fellowship.
1:00 Senior-High FeUowabln.
' Dr. alRer M. Alderton. Minister.
' Office Phona i-470-rRwudcnoe Phone
: :30 a A Church School. '
t0:40 ajn Mornina Worahlo Seratea.
i ITU MKTHUUUil (MUBCM
(British Conference i
' i Mm. William H. Amvtrong
: l(th St. Panama Cit
, PM um. Momin Praya and
3:00 p.m. Sunday School
1:1 om tventne Praai ana
fllNITl MKTHOUIS1 CHUBCM
' 7th Street and Melrndea Avanoa.
' ."' -Coton. BJ
-. ght. SanHMi Walden. Minister
So a.m. -Mom In Scrvtc no Uort
Coaunuruoo - t
3 pm. Sunday Scnoot
7:13 Dm Evening Servtea.
(Holy Communion 1st SundayaF
Uooda 1M o-m. Praver Meettaa
IBtJitaH riKMiis'l UliattM
Rainbow City CI
Re Samuel Walden. Miniatai
Sun.) -Krvirei a m rx. ...m aja
iundav School for' all ace al '3A a-m
"Tear tavttarle- Ta Wenhta."
Tuaaoay I bj. praei Vaeunc
v" N. nftUAJUAM
, I" Bid
( J coa Blvd.
I I elan)1 fix
I Ivtr uiviiatton
, to 0ft
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Ckufchat al raa BMay reirfcs k rhs Caaai Zaaa aa4 rha teratiaal
ofiat a eaeea and Caiaa. Rapvbhc al Faaaaaa, as re ad a weltema
at eH tsmat ro aaaai aad wemea at rka armed aarvicaa. as a civiUaa
aanabata, fneadi atraagera. v
A pabUr aarrita. fha. Tka faaaaaa Ameticaa list fcalaw. by
daasmiaarieea. paticai af bam at wenaip aad atbai tafulai atfivitiaa.
llMiafl are ratared fraee Mesa ta time. OaaaaMMfiaa bavuaj
mtf aata a twa taayagstisaa ata bared aadaa "0be Ckarcbea Aad
Servkas A apacial Ksriaf a) taxladad tot samcaa a Arm
At rrca Baast aad Npval trarasaa.
' Mi'iastara. charcA aacsatartaa
( tha aaws desk am aririag by. Wedaasday aaaa at rka lataat at hi
ckaaaai Jar tha tamiag ieu day's cbarca aaaa. ..
Ar Church of Carol acmutias, Aacoi
. ate ADCon mum -Sunday
HiXI. Ujednaaoat M Ma
Sunday School M a.m
rttat taurca s tbxau, aaeatan, uatiaaa
' Utb street oouvai nianwav
Sunw Setmol m 1
Sunday 11 M a A. Wadnasosy 1 00 p
ft. MASTS CHURCH Balbae -'
Sunday liaises: m IMt UM
Confessions: Eaturtsj. 838
.ni i oo to 3,-00 run. Thursday, baton
first Friday: 70 to 1:00 PJ-, -Miraculous
Medal Novtoai 1 P-
on Mondays. - a-n
Catechism class after me 8:08
on Sunday. k
Hlgft scnooi anwy wu.
Wadnssrlsy.- - - i
' SACKED HEAaVf Aneasl '' ''
Sunday Maasas: is. l:M a--HoiyDay
saaaMsii ll ajav anJ :)
condom: Saturday, M u
7:15 to :00 pm. Thursday baiora rirat
Friday 7.00 p.m.
sscrca nsan wmuMmi
&tech)aa "Ohm -W PJv
Tburiiday. ... ; J :; s
OUm LADl Of FAT1MA-Cr
Sunday Mass at iK am.
ul fw Mux at 1:30 OJBk
Confession: tM to M bj w Sat-
Oaasi Saturday 3J0 to K)
- ST. JOSEPH Fanba
Sunday Masses at 70 and 80S OJa.
Holy Day Mass aV M p-nv ; I .1
Weekday Masses: ..:00 a.m.
Confessions! Saturday I JO ta 3 and
CatechJam cuaat aunaay em -.w
Miraculous Medal Novenai IKNI pja.
m. V.tHav .:
Convert 1 insrrucuomn idwnu
p.ra, V" :,"'-):;.;,.
IT. fTNCERTB Panamt City
undav Masses: f :00 and 1:30 am
Holy Day Masseti JO and 1:00 pjn. 4
lit It talis on aaniraay me
g:00 and 1:30 a m i
Confessions: Saturday 30 to ISO and
70 to 8:00 pm' Thursdays befora First
Friday i:ao p,m. -,. ....'."-.
Miraculous Medal Nevena and Sta
tlons of the Cross: Friday 140 P-B&.
Cateciusm ;iaaM. auwr aw ""
Convert Clami 830 p.av Tuesday and
Thursday. - ' J
' !. THFJtESA't--Caaai -'.
l u.M. in am
Holv Dav Maw. 80 la ffl n
ChrMiati -3A at m. k "!V. .f
rcatechism cliiasi 3 JO to 80 P-tb, an
Consions: 8:00 to 8 'SO a.m. Stmds.
st. ioiat'iiApTii-f r Uk,9niMn
. Par(ue lfevre .j
Sunday Masses: 30 and 830 am
hi Li. 'n.. Mm: -J0 Monu' ThUTK.
Fri. and Sat First Friday 'mam: 80 am.
Holy Day aiaaaaa: e.vv
p,7LJm l to 138 and 70 to
aw pan. f- MJ 4V1
i?stech!sm Claai: 830 p m. t Sunday
Convert ciaast monoay v ..i.
!-'"' sr. TiiraEsrs-u .BaaB:.;
Sunday Massj 7:00 a m.
Holy Day Mass: 8:38 PfA
r.ln. Katirrdav 8:10 to 748 PJB
Thursday before First Friday 8:30 pjn..
Sacred Heart Movenai 7 a-m. or
convert tiam a pjn. v
' ATLANTIC SIDE t
gT JOSEPH'S Coloa)
Sunday Masses': 8:S. 8:00and:18ajti
Holy Day Mamas: 8:48, and 80 am
CorjSslo; Saturday 40 to 8:00 and
70 to 80 p.m. r
Miraculous Medal Novenai Wednaeda
8:15 and 70 pm. VM
Sacred Mean novena: anoay t
Sunday Evening services w pjn. -Convert
CUmt 1:18 pm on Monday
and Thursdays. - ; .
Catechism Clsmr Sunday 10:18 am tc
11:4 am 10 pm to 40 p.m.
First Friday Ibcpositlnn of Most Bless Bless-ad
ad Bless-ad Sacrament aU day. Reposition at 340
am Saturday morning.
First Saturday uevouwis va our i-uj
of ntima The Holy Wry-:00 a.m.
vim PMnmunlM instructions for chil
dren Mondays and Thursdays 80 to
MnUClILOTJS MEDAL CrWSHal
Sunday Masses :10, 10 and 10 JO am
Holy Day Masses; 88. 80 am and
nm i." ....
Conlesslons: oaturaay ruv w -wv um
70 to 80 am. After Rosary each eve-
runs. ' T J v f r
Miraculous Medal Havana! IM and
7:00 pm. on Monday. t
Catcctusm vues: Aner s.tw mat
Simriav. .... r
First Friday Exposition all day during
the School Year. t -,.
First Saturday; Mass at IW am.
HOLT FAMTXJt CHURCH Margarita
Sunday Masses: 70 and 830 am
Holy Day Masse: 88 am and 8:U
Confessions: 48 to 88 and 7380 to
30 pm Saturday.. ; -
Miraculous Medal Novsna: 70 pm
Church History Group ovary Tuaadty
at 7 JO p.m.
- Teen-Aage Oubt 138 pm en Wednea Wednea-day.
Catecnism cisss: o pm Tnuraaajt,
First Friday Devotions: 10 p.m. .
Inanlrv.riiwniMjnn CSrmm everv Frl.
day 7 JO pm
ST. vTVCEJSTS Rsmaew CHy
Sunday Masseaa: 3 JO in and 80
Holy Day Masaaa: 88 am and 80
uoniesnons: so tM i to
80 p.m. Saturday.
utecnism Class: io:a am an sunaav.
Convert Class sveiy Monday at 70
Miraculous Medal Norma: tM pja
Sacred Heart Ifovcna: T8 pm an
IMMACULATE CONCOTlOrl tatta
Sunday Mass: 8:13 a.m. V
Holy Day Mass: 30 p.m. v
Confessions: 3 JO to 70 am. an Sat.
catectuam Claaa: 40 pm. en Monday.
OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL
Sunday Masses: 70 and 830 am
Holy Day Masses: 8:00 am and 80
Confessions Saturday at Ida u ami
Dsptisms try appointment -Miraculous
Medal Noveaa: 13 am
Sacred Heart Novenai 1a r m
Sunday School: 3:30 pm. on Sunday
Relieious Instruction Class for. ChH
dren: 4:00 p.m on Thursday -Relieious
Instruction for adults if ton.
dueled in Soanl"hl:.7 p.m an Mop
Convert Irutnictiona by appointment
aad ckaalaiaa an aekea ta
Tha BX Bar. JL Rebec Caadaa, LT D.
The, Vary Be. M. Bichard atacDeaald
.. ANUn. til
TfU CATHEDRAL OF ST LUKS
, SUNDAYS ;
t :30 ajn Holy Cororaunlon.
8 J8 am Santa -Communion 4lb Sun
8:13 tju Church School..
3:4 ta Escuela Dominical.
U M a at. Horning Prayer and Sermon
t noiy Lommumon, tt irst aun-
78 pre. ivenlng Prayer and Sermon
8 JO asa; Holy Commuruosv
70 pm Evening Prayer.
- HOLY DAYS V
88 am Hoiy Communion.
8 J8 am Holy Communion. A
... DAILY .. ... V. :
8:18 am Momin a Pravpr
128 Mi. -da Missionary Prayers.
CHURCH OF OUB SAVIUUR
Third Street New Cristobal 1
The Rev. Milton A. Onkni htla
Holy Communion ......... IM am
Church School 8 JO am
and Sermon. ....).-..
(First Sunday. Holy
Vesper Service and
, Holy Communloo ......... 3 JO am
'Choir Rehearsal .......... '73 pm
' A House of Prayer for all people.
'Cf i COCOLl.
V Chateh i fit IsJm.
Tha Kay. William W. Baldwin, Mast,
- m CJuraa
Family Prayer and Church School.
8 JO am .r--
Morning Prayer and Sermon U am
(H.C rLrst Sunday to Months.
Evening Prayer. 7 30 pm
Weekday Praver 1:00 am
it t-OBOZAt f ..
Chapel at tha Geed Shepherd "
Tb Rev, Clareaca Hayes
80 am Every Friday; Monuog Pray
r. ; -.
(BX.1 1st Friday r
' Bt Biasaa's Chot.-h
The Rev. John Spear, priest la Charge
Morntcta Prayer. 1st and 3rd.
Sundays ; 10 JO ajn
noiy womm union ana oer-
soon, grid and 4th Sundaye 10 JO am
aunaay ocnooi i:tw pm
. Youth Fellowship ......... 8:00 pm
Evening Prayer ' 70 pm
Girls' Friendly Society ... 88 pm
SUA1UUA1S j '. 1 '
Evenina Praver and Isimiai 18 am
Holy Communion 38 am
Woman's Auxiliary. End and
4th, Thursday ..... ........ 730 pm
1; tim BOCA ,,
. l rknpli
The Key. John Spear, Priest In Charge,
Choral Eucharist and Sermon a.m.
'rninjj pt,- and CllUl'h B.noul
10 ' in.
CniiuieoV Eucharist 3rd Sunday 10
a.m. ,, ,: v
'. Holy, Baptism 80 p.m,
Evens one and Sermon IrSA a.m.'
MONDAYS THRU SATURDAYS
Holy Communion ......... IMun,
Evenln Prayer ...... 70 njn
axcent Saturdays. Comollne 7:30 am
in TutauAist at am aaUHiMXS
Woman a Auxiliary ....... 730 pm
iV MARGARITA' v .,:.
Oranh of St Margaret
Corner ot Espavd Ave. Brazos BTvd.
The fcy. Miitea A. Ceeksoa. Paste
1:30 am. Church School
830 am Morning Prayer and dermori
iist stir'days, Holy Communion)
30 run. Confirmation Inntructlona.
rALu swo -Chapel
af The Holy Comforter
Yea. L. B. Shirley, Priot ht Charts
Every Tuesday 8:30 a.nxy Holy Com-
St Alban s Church
Tk Bev. David A.
Priest in Charea
8:00 a-m. Choral Eucharist Sermon
13:00 nooia Infant Baptism f
30 n.m. Church School v ;
(held tn Building 131)
80 em Youth Fellowshrp
13 im. Evenerma end At
"ltd AND 3rd WEDNESDAYS
130 put. Women's Auxiliary
i tar wuia Meeting. ..!?,;, v
- "!' St Paul' Chorcb
. The Tea. Lemuel B. Shirley, 8Uete
The Rrv Fits R. AtweU. Daaraa
88 am Holy Corermmlon
90 sn. Bung Euehanst a iermost
10:45 a m Morning Prayer and Church
; School : -. "' .
110 norr Holy Bsptism
70 n.nt Solemn Vasnera "
TUESDAYS ; ; v. -'jv'.-
8:30 am Holy Communion '-
WEDNESDAYS ' J.', r-:
88 m Holy Cornmunloa -; i
70 nm Evening Prayer
THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS "f
3:30 I m. Holy Communloa :
HOLY DAYS ' :
00 s o. Holy Communion,
CHmm cmmrrT ay-TBE-SEA
Colda 8 1 P ..
(Opposite Hotel Washington
Ta Ven Malaert J. retenxm, I
The Rrv Henry A, Blake
! .--.Associate Rector or-
SUNDAYS :,'.': 4
88 a m Holy Communmn. ,.
8:00 am Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10:30 a m Church School Session.
7 38 am Solemn Evenwin and Sat;
BO"'i,i ,,.:;. V7EDNESDAY8 ";;C V
88 j Holy Communloo.
730 pm Evening Prayer end Sermn"
' 830 d a Adult CoTtflrmattoe) Class -THURSDAYS
830 'O-m Ptaver Guild. ; n ;
.. FRIDAYS .' : T
80 am Children' Eitchartat
180 a.m Junior Confirmation Clam
740 nm Comolma and Meditatioa.
HOLY DAYS i
8:00 am Holy Communleau
... RAINBOW CITY ""
. Chmb af St Mary, the Virata
, The Rev. John A. Baaldtag!
. Priest In Charaa ...
SUNDAYS ' "'
Sung Eucharist ...... .... lino a.r
Churjh School ........... 3:4S am
Evem-A. and Sermon ..... 73 pm
Evetwni and gsrmoa .... 738 i-aa
Holy Communion. ........ 78 am
. Bt Georfe's Xhrrcb 1
' Tha Rev. Mia A. Bpaldhsg,
Priest to Charge : -1st
AND 3rd SUNDAYS
Holy Ccmmunion ........ 3 JO SJB
2nd ANP 4th SUNDAYS
Mornirg P-ayer v";'
and" Senron 838 am
Church School each Sun 10 JO am
": .' BUO BAJO ; ; i :;V'
M Ovaaopber's ( hnrb
I Parnae fevr -r
4 Tb Bev Clarence W Bay.
'- i Priest In Charge
etm. .TenoHinww ,. lai1 a
Sundny Scboolf.;...;....! 10:38 am
Haniiwm tr om fna A U a
Kvetutii crsvei mote dkady a em
and 1r0 Stmdava
Worrrao Auslharv tne a) tb Suodav'
00 am :..j.
Holv Cnrnmuaion Wednasaaya. 1 am
Ot'iei ;' Churches ;
L uniBca or tat nazakkmb
nncon. v A i
. Mmtster; fter. Elmer O. Netaaa
Boa aav A neon. CZ. Balooa zkOl
iiunday School ........... t:45 ajn
Morning Worship ....... 10:30 a m
Vouth Service I pja
Eveninc Service. .......... 1 J pjn
NJrj4.S. Service 7:01 aun
Prayer Meeting, Wed. 1:30 djd
v NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
V : Panami BJ 23rd Street East ;
Bev S. N. Brswa. atlalster
Divine Worship t:M aJ
Sunday School 3 00 B.m
Sunday Masses ...7. 73 UAi
; 'JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
M retinal Thursday at 7 JO pm and
Sundays, al 4:uo pm. win Memorial
o BfllUa Road. Balboa.'
' CHURCH OF EStS CHRIST
OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS (Manaoat
Sunday aieetines tn tha JWB-USO. La
Boca noaa. uaiooa. rrimary ana men
hood 8:30 a.m. Meeting; Sunday- School,
833 am: Sacrament Meeting, MSO am
, "Atlantic Branca
Building 200 Schoolhous SoadV a
Garun. Canal- Zone.'
relephone, Gatun 34 or CHstdbal 2887
bun oar School 10 M am Sunday Sac Sac-emeht
emeht Sac-emeht Meetina 8:30 om Prieshood
Meeting 8:30 p.m Wednesday Prinary
0:30 pm Wednesday Relief aociety meet meeting
ing meeting as announced. ' .
. V CHURCH
, Ray. Paul Hollowev
" Office.. Curundu BIOS
" Home, Curundu 1118
Sunday School ................. 8:43
Mornuig Worship ..... U a.m.
Youth Meeting ....... ..,... p.m.
Evening Warship ............ 7 pm
- OLD C AHi OLK CHURCH -84
Raphael The Arcbaaael
13th St, West No I
Holy Bucbarirt: Sunday at 138 am
ruosdava. Wadnasdava and Thuradavs
30 am -Kt .....
Sacrament at Unction (HaaJme Bar
vice) Pint Sunday of. each month a1
738 om ,,:
.' Panama B. p
Ba. t. jamaa, D. O
slorTiliia devotio' a 00 am
FeUowshlp Worship at ...... 110 am
Sunday School at ... 80 am
Jivia Service at ........... 130 pm
BAJUl CsTrTTEB u i
BAHAI'S CENTEB -34
Urbanizacion El Carman, Panamt City
liitormal Talks and Otscusaums
Thursdays .. go am
Velea, 8tk A Prat Street
(aastalm American Baaaarl '
Study Claases.....Thuradeys, 1J0 pm
BETHEL MISSION' CHURCB ,'
Espalaba St, Paralso, C.l. j
Rev WaMaba ft Stewart Paster
Sunday: 11:00 am Worship Service.
80 p.m. Sunday. School. t
7:18 pm. Gospel Service. 1
Monday: J JO Young People's Society
Wednesday: 130. Mid-week Christian
Fellowship. -.- i "..
i nuraoay: sot cnen? itenearsai.
Friday: 1 JO' Women a Missionary lo.
dety. v .. nj.:
'THE CHTJECH OP GOD -738
EifhU) Street Colaa V
Rev. G. W. Graadlsea. Paster ''
Sunday Srhol 8:30 am
Momin worship ............ 10:30 a.m.
i istv j.i.o pm
FIRST CHURCH OP GOD i
Car. Jamaica and Trinidad SbV
, Rainbow City, Canal Eene ;
Rev. G. W. Grandiaan. Paster
Mornlrut Worshln ........... 00 am.
sunaay ocnooi 10:30 am.
Night Saryke, 730 pm.
TBI CHURCH OF COB ;
,,'(.'.- ., New .Prevideace .. r c
Mrs. Maada llisms. Pasta
Sunday School .............. 10:80
Morning worship 11
Night Service ,........... 138
; mt church of god
- Panama CUy
mi "N" aad Mariane- Aresemeaa I
ktov. Wm J. Inhassn Pastor
Sunday School ,,, 8:38
Morning Worship 10:30
Night Seryle. .,.,r... ........ 738
THE CTfUBCH-OF GOD Rla Aba
. Monte Osenre R-I8th St ,-,
, ,-, Bev. Was. X. Iihaaan. Paster V
Sunday Scho ....... ....... 8:38 am
Morning Worship. 10:38 am
Night, Servtea ...,....... 738 pm,
, CHURCB OF THE FOURSQUARE
, 't;' .CKWPaX
v !.';, ... .7 ,1. ...v
w;,,': (Tob Ooifaii .
"I'V,.,. '..i.- BALBOA
At Behacea Ledro, Balboa Road at La
Boca Rd. Rev, and Mr. Carl V. Tbotnp.
son, Pastors. t- r
Sunday School. ...v., ...... 18 a
Morntng Worship .........110 am.
Youth Servic : pm
; Evangelistic Service 70S pm
CBTTRCH OP GOD (PnrtecestaD
i Rav. B E. Watson, Overseer
. -' Phona g-423. Box, 253. Gamboa
Churches at Paraiso, CZ. (Rev. and
Mrs. Herman G. Whvtel. Colon. B P
(Rev. Fernando Lorence), Rio Abafo
I Rev. and Mrs. Charles Raynea), and
CaUvd (Rev. and Mr. Clifford Greaves).
Sunday : and weekday eervicee at all
church. ;... t
,:;';:;' II '' "..V ..
Posts and Bases1
Sunday School .. 830
Moroinr Worshln ............. 10.00
Church-Time Nursery School. w. 1830
FORT CLAYTON ,
fiupdav School (Buiidina no.
Morning Worship .............. 10:18
Wadnisdav Evenina Praver Meet-'
Ing and Bible Class .......... 830
Sundav School nuudlna no
Morning Worship 10:43
I evening svorsiiip Vmm.
ALBROOK AIB FORCB BASK
Sun.'sy School 8:30
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club).. 830
Morning Worship 3:13 18:43
Youth Fellowship 8:30
Eevenlna Worshln ... ...... 7 JO
US. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday School ................. J0
Morning Worship 110
Holy Cormnunlon First Sunday
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Holy Communion (Episcopal)... 73
Morning Worship .8:00
Holy Communion .First Sunday
of Month) j, :. j,, !.',(; .... ..
.'' Catketk 'f:'
FORT AMADOR v
Sunday Masses .......
...7:45 A 8:00
...738 A 80
Saturday Mam .......
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Confessions, Saturday (Byilding
V By OSWALD JAC0BY
Written fof NEA Service.
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Extt Satrtk Watt North
1 4: Pas Pass
Openini lead J
How would you play if you were
West in today' hand? You lead the
jack of diamonds, naturally
enousn. since your partner Has bid
that suit. Dummy play low. and
your jack, of diamonds wins tne
first trick. : v. -:
Would you dream that declarer
has singleton diamonaT
When the hand was actually
played, it Udnt occur to West
that- anything unusual had taken
place on that first trick. He con continued
tinued continued at the second trick with' the
ten of diamonds, exactly as South
bad hoped. ,
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Now declarer took the- ace of
diamonds in the dummy, discard
ing the ace of hearts from his own
This allowed South to cash the
king- and queen of heart, discard.!
ing low ClUDS xrom nu nana, men
ho could afford to giVe up two
trump tricks, making his .game
contract. . i :.:':-
Try making the handf dummy
wins the first trick with the ace of
diamonds. You have to lose two
trumps and two dubs, which is one
trick too many. :
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Dally Mam ;
Saturday Mas .............. ... JJ
Bumiay Masses ...... ,...7:4S kI M
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Sunday M .......,'
at nnooK Arm FORCE BASE
Saturday ...... ...i,.....,t. :S30
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Morning Worship 110
Midweek Fellowship, Thursday,.
FORT GULICK K ',';.;:..
Sunday School ................. 1:45
Morning Worship ..., 110
Youth Fellowship. Sunday 30
O S. NAVAL STATION. Coca Soto
Sunday School f JO
Morning Worship v,...,. ........ 110
Holy Communion Fircl Sunday
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Dilly Mam 730
Sunday Mas ..1................ ":30
CocUesslons, Sunday 8:43
FORT GULICK, w
Daily Mm ..,..,,i,er,iH.ii
Cooiassiona, Saturday ...10 A
0 8. NAVAL STATION Coo Sol
aWtjy eaUSI Oavavei )
to all Cburch as
Sabbath School 830 m f ?
Divine Service 11:00 m
Youth' Meeting 430 nm
Wednesday Bible Study and Prayer
Pacific Sid Panama A Balboa District
Pastor W. a Wallar-Tel. 233 3508
Cabe Verde, Ave. J, t. da la Case No.
17. . ,';. :
Chorrlllo 23th No. 17
Pueblo Nurvo 2-A SL between' 3rd
ana 4tn nta.
Rio Abate. 11th St No. 87 V
Balboa Chapel 8844 GavUan Rd. Ba!
boa (Saturday only).
aaasnsa CsmrcJM rsjaaBs and
Crisloboh Dlstrlcl r-
Psstor Ruben Rui i.
Panama, Call Darien No. I
Cristobal. 18th A Bolivar Ave- '
Gamboa A Frljolcs. c
District Pastor A. A. Gristle t
TeL No. 8-103 1
Gamboa Praltt Parkwty Friiole.
Atlantic Sid CeMa and1 .'-
Pastor, Neblett Tel. 38 828
Colon 3rd St A Central Ave. Cristo
bal 16th Bolivar Ave.
Central office: GavUan Road TeL 3.
IBS..'- ,.-' '.. .. ; -V
Jewin Welfare Board Bid T82-X La
Boca aoad. Balboa. Ci Rjbbl Nathan
Servic Friday. .738 em Saturday
3 JO pm- .,-
(see ii nsung or jewisn
under Post Base and Stations).
Concreaalien Kol Bnearlth Israel Ave.
nlda C'ibs. and 36th Street Bella Vista.
ranam tity ici ute an pa
BrTDEMEB LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balbe Boed at WlfM Street
Bev. Bebart F. Gusslck, Paster
P.O. Bex 80S. Balboa.
Sunday School, Bible clam IM in
Divine Service 10:15 (m
Divine Servic at Margarita Sunday
108 pm ,,,,,, , .,
Reserve Officers Association
Holds 31st Annual Convention
The 31st annual convention
the .Canal Zone Department of the Chaplain, Cmdr. Paul N. W. 0 0-Reserve
Reserve 0-Reserve Officers of Associativa lander. CHC USNR; treasurer,
the united States was held recent
ly at the Commissioned Officers'
Mess at Coco Solo, Canal Zone.
The president of the Florida De
partment of the association, It It-OA.
OA. It-OA. Frederic A. Kibbe. USAR.
was present and extended the
greetings of the National Presi
dent. Rear Adm. C. L. La Barge.
USNR. to the president of the Ca-'
nal Zone Department, Col Rob-j
ert A. Stevens. USAFR. Kibbe al
so spoke on the various activities
of the association in tb United
'ine principal business conduct conducted
ed conducted at this convention was the elec election
tion election and installation, of officers for
the coming year. Lt Richard R.
Brown, uNR, was elected Presi President
dent President to succeed Stevens.
Three vice presidents: represent representing
ing representing the three principal branches of
the military services were elected
to serve with Brown. They are
For the Navy. Lt Cmdr. Arwin J.
Janssen, USNR; Army, Lt. C o I
James A. Bergman, USAR; Air
Force, Lt CoL William F. Browne,
USAFR. ; V ',
Other officers for the : Depart Department
ment Department elected were: Judge a d v o o-cate,
cate, o-cate, Maj. Maurice M. i Morton,
USAR; surgeon, Lt Col, Norsuda
M. Newport, MC-USAR; historian,
Jen. Ilenr.ings Says
WASHINGTON, April 14 (UP)-
sen. momas c. uennmgr Jr. (u (u-Mo.)
Mo.) (u-Mo.) said, yesterday the new ver version
sion version of the Bricker Amendment is
aimed at "demoting the president
as leader in foreign affairs."
In a minority report. Hennings
said the Senate should not "waste
weeks in an exercise of futility"
debating the constitutional amend amendment
ment amendment and similar proposals to lim limit
it limit the effect of treaties ss domes domestic
tic domestic law. i ,.;".' ;
; "We should proceed with the
important business before us and
consign this latest of monstrosities
to oblivion," Hennings said.
The Missouri Democrat was a
leader in the one-vote defeat of
a similar amendment to 1954. His
report today was a dissent from
the favc. able Judiciary Committee
report on the latest version, which
is sponsored by Sen. Everett M.
The amendment is now awaiting
.senate action. r
; The key provision of the Dirksen
proposal reads: 4.'.'
"A provision of treaty Vr 'h 'h-er
er 'h-er ihternation.t ar,vmti.t yi.i-h
conflicts with any provision of this
constitution shall not be of any
force or effect"
Hennings said the words "a n y
provision of are vthree sinister
and deceptive words" whose mean meaning
ing meaning isnot clear. He ssid the a a-mendment
mendment a-mendment "will' immerse the
foreign affairs of the United
States in hopeless insecurity."
"WE HAVE IT"
No. 1 Via Espafia
The finest material and the most
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;v:,fviV!-M'V':''-' '". 'V:" 1 ''" ''V1-'.,;."..--j;.'V ."'-'')
. elegant models for ladies
rr -V and gentlemen : :
of Lt Col. William Stephan, USAR;
- Mai James C. Twomey. USAR:
and national councilman, Lt. Col
W. D. Cunningham, USAFR (Ret.).
Lt Cmdr. Jessie M. Gill, USCGR
W83 reappointed secretary of the
Other business include a dis discussion
cussion discussion of the Reserve 1 Officers
Association program for the com coming
ing coming year and the election, of a re representative
presentative representative to the National Council
The Hew POITTIAC "STRATO-SIX"
, will have 148 H.P.
Big Car Roominess Ride & Comfortlfj
Let us tell you
ANNOUNCES ; .';
ITS GREAT ANNUAL SALE
All merchandise will be sold at
HALF OF ITS ORIGINAL
PRICE for a week
Starting Monday, April 16
V : Frrt in Colon
r- a I
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Refrigerators Stoves Washing Machines
" Air-Conditioners flot Water Heaters
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RADIO CENTER, S. A.
7110, Bolivar at 8th Street, Colon 40
from the "Hotel El
Set For Increase
Iff Buenos Aires '.
BUENOS AIRES, April 14 (UfT
The Buenos Aires Publishers
Association decided today to .in
crease the selling price of news
papers to SO centavos, about 4-12
cenu, enecuve April u. mosx lo local
cal local dailies retail for 40 centavos
now. .. :, -1'.'.,
The decision is not final as it
must be passed on at-a joint
meeting, with represent tiveY"ff
the News Vendors Union net
Thursday. ' ." '.
DES MOINES, la. CUP)
Boys are eligible to vote nere.
They are twins, Margaret R. knt
Martha C. Boys, 21. i
more about it v.,
Justo Aroaemens Ave. :.
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TEE PANAMA AMERICAN AN lMMNDXl DAILY XETTSPATIR.
4ATURDAY, Ami 14, 13:1
THE PANAMA AMIrtlCAN AN fNDETEXDENT TART NEWSPAPER
f and Oilieiwide
Box 134,' Panama
'"j 6ee lier in persou!...
: : Bij Staffers V
. the "Chlquita Banana" girl
singing in the Bella Vista Room
S ATI F. 3 AY, ArEIL II, 1SJ8
MANAGER OF THE CHIRIQtl LAND
VEKliKEft I. MAIS ENTEKlALN AT COCKTAIL rAKTT
Mr. and Mrs. Vereker T. Mais entertained Friday e?enln6
at cocktail party for members et the press and Amer Amer-icaJ,
icaJ, Amer-icaJ, rSSr KelaUons Association. The party which too;
& the Eastern Terrace of e BelU VU th
1 1 Panama Hotel, was in honor of Miss Esa Miranda, pop
mJ Cbw Trwordta aud sinin su who made the soiw
"Knd'Mwrned rec.nU, from WmontL
,acat L teWtoe t'nWed State, where they tisited with
thdr daai hter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry K.
Wrtber Port Arthur, Texas. They were Just In time to
Mrs. A. H. Town, In Baton Route. ,,y Y'':"
Foreign Minister ,." 'v. .
A4 a-arty neuirn
"Ti. ..,..,.. iwr nister Alberto
I II H y Vlviku t r
Boya ana Boyd nave return-
ed lo rtnaiua u ----
'"Accompanying them were Mr.
and Mrs. Haul ftrws, Mrs. warce warce-la
la warce-la d Arias, and nr na t-uii
Back In Panama
t Tne iunoassauor oi tosia
Canos o la aspneua has -remrn-d
to fanaina Uom Ban Jose, W W-ta'Kica.
ta'Kica. W-ta'Kica. -
Pan American Day F"11''"" m.
tn American uj ---,
-1v celebrated botn in raa
f4nd Coion oue to tne euons m u
VC coapters ol ooW "ties, to
Panama, were wul M gaia bau
at tne union Ciuo tonism, unaer
tut auspices of toe Voramrttee of
the Mer-American 'H
1AWC presided over by Mrs. tar tar-mela
mela tar-mela BoVd, wife of the Minister of
Foreign delations.; Solid support
, of this affair is being given by the
DiDlomatic Corps, most of whom
. i: .... tnHiaa tnr ine v
vpnt. 'rneru wul be a prize for the
best decorated table, "ungja.
" costumes of tne countries they re represent,
present, represent, ""
In Colon the UWC will hold a
ball t tha Hotel Washington at
which there will be a parade of
ilaes of the 31 countries repre-
- Th gathering wul' listen a an
address by th United States Con Consul
sul Consul Robert Weise. There wul be a
mujical program v Mowed by
dancing until midnight,
Reeeptiw 'for French ; t
Ambassador And Mme. Vasse
The Councillor of the F reneh
Embassy and Mme. Marcel OH OH-..tarfsinwi
..tarfsinwi OH-..tarfsinwi last -nicht at a re-
ccotion at their home in honor of
tne ntiiii nBiu.jiB
Mme. Julienne Vasse who are
leaving shortly on vacation.
Farewell Dinner At f
Golf Heights were hosts at a fare farewell
well farewell dinner at their, home on
Wednesday for MisS Dons Anas
who is leaving soon to take up a
diplomatic post in Europe.
Hawaiian Atmosphere at; Fert
Amador's Officers' Wives 'Club
The Fort Amador 0 1 f i c e r s
vh.j nh held its monthly
luncheon on Wednesday at the Ar-
77. t rqK t Amador, in a
tropical atmosphere of the Hawai-
N r- v. k.. ami mown
ian lsianas; tiuncucu
from tables decorated with t h e
tropical motif. ui
Mrs. Porothy Stroup, authmty
..t wiV1n an Danc-
inf gave a talk on tbe Hawaiian
Hula" An interesting demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration of Hawaiian Dancing was giv-
n hy tne graceiui uaui-cio,
Alice Mcaure, Mrs. Leilehu a
loriul cosiunica """
Hostesses for the event were
Mrs. James a. Manning, uu .o.
Stephen F. Donelan. -
Miss' Chan Bowred !;-!5-H .r."":'
.' At CocWail ; Party w, '.t
Miss Beverly Chan was :. honor
guest at a coclctaU party given by
Mr. and Mrs. Brodie Burnham at
their- home in Los, Rios Recently.
Miss. Chan will be married to Mr.
Charles Joseph Williams today.
Miss Chan, who is Reference : Li Librarian
brarian Librarian of tha Canal Zone Libra Libra-was
was Libra-was presented with a silver
bowl by several members of the
Canal Zone Library Stiff, f-j--
Guests in addition to Miss Chat
and Mr. Williams included Mr.
.and Mrs. Meisen ,iciiueici,
and Mrs. Joseph C." Turner,. Mr.
and" Mrs. Leonard M. Brockman.
Mr and Mrs. John Townsend, Dr.
and Mrs.. Maurice B. Winstead.
min Burns of Los Angeles, Calif-,
Anne Williams, Miss Telva Fung
. T T..1 J.'nM
ana Aim. Areoe rauiuui.
S.xChristophr's Churcli T
Hold Annual Garden Party
Episcopal Churcn will sponiiur its
annual Garden Party.-Many Ueats
are in store for all who plan to at attend
tend attend this gala affair.
Among other things, the Garden
Party. Many-treats are in store
for ail who plan to attend this ga gala
la gala affair. '
Among other things, the Garden
p.rfv will feature: dancing, sale
of refreshments, cakes, hand-
WOfK, I0OC15, uarK"1"51.
and prizes in the Tombola.
The public is invnea w uio m
an evening of Christian fellowship
-. ...A m
Cultural Committee of 1AWC
T Sponsor Lecture
The Cultural Committee of the
IAWC will sponsor a lecture by
Dr. Fakchild on native flowers
and plants, at the air conditioned
theatre of the USIS Building on
Via Espana, on Wednesday, ai 4:00
Guests are invited to attend. :
Dorese Waites Revue
To Be Presented At ,
. "On With The Show, the ninth
...i j.n.. iiti nf tha Dorese
Waites School of Dancing will be
presented at the jpaiDoa xneaire
on May u ana may
..i. f Adiv at the Dorese
Waites School of Dancing in 4the
Knights of Columbus nau, or ukj
may be purenseu rrom any ui v"
students of the KhooI.;''i';';H
1 The Canal Zone Boy Scouts end
Girl Scouts are jointly sponsoring
the show this year. ; :, y
A WISE WIFE CISCPVS?
WHAT'S fc.Al-'S WCCD
- It is foolish for a woman to dis dismiss
miss dismiss her husband's- irritability,
maatlaecnuea or nreaccunatinn with
out trying to find out its cause.
it ".h. innVm fnr th reason lift.
hind his behavior she may discov discover
er discover that he is worried about money.
If he is, then it should Iw her
worry, too. And she should help
him set up a workable budget so
the family can get along on what
he. makes, f 'v
She may discover that he Is
RnraH with his life. If he is.- the
wife can encourage him tn find
a hobby. She mignt neip nim v,
make friends with couples she
fou nr hn will eniov. She could
urge him to take a little time off
for a asning inp or soras uirr
kind of diversion she knows be
would enjoy. i
Gh mav find nut that DA I'PlS
like a failure because he isn t ad advancing
vancing advancing in his' work. -A wife can
often help by letting her husband
know she is with him if he wants
to make a change. Some men
stick in dead-end jobs for years
just because they are afra.d to
let go of a sure thing.
It May te Mistaken Imprmwn
Ch inl nut that hp' nil.
band feels frusrated because he
can't give her all the thin? she
wants pr as much as her friend
cum in hava Without realizing
what she is doing to her hut-hand.
a wild can make her husbnna teei
like a miserable failure, through
her envy of others.
H ma v he worried about his
health. A man often needs a push
from his wife to get to a doctor's
office for a physicalexaminaiionor
from his wite w get to a no.r a
nffir fnr a Dhvsieal examinalion or
for care of a condition he knows
exists but about which he hat done
nothing, i :
It Isnf wise for awueioitpi.t-1
Tf isn't nrica fnr a wif tn lirht-l
ily dismiss a man's moods if they
last longer man a aay or twc. a;
wise wife tries to find out what
is behind them. ( .. -,
MISS ROSITA PALACIO, 1X
architect from Panama who
has recently returned from Eu Europe
rope Europe was elected to head the
Soroptiraist Club rece n 1 1 y
formed in Panama.
Tbe new president has Just
spent several years In the dip diplomatic
lomatic diplomatic service in Europe, as
Secretary of the Embassy la
London and earner in fans. ;
She Is at present preparing
a water color exhibit of some
of her sketches done while she
was working In Europe. -A
graduate architect from the
University 'of Washington. In
Seattle, Miss Palaclo has been
Involved in government low
cost housing before her trip to
Europe, she was chief archi architect
tect architect for the Banco de Urbanl Urbanl-Eacion
Eacion Urbanl-Eacion for seven years, and
had previously been employed
in Public Works Office of the;
15th Naval District as well a
by the U.S. Army Quartermas-s
At a recent v'organlza6o'nal
meeting the local club elected
the following officers, besides
Miss- palaclos, .Valerie Feely,
vice-president, Mary Coleman,
treasurer, Emily Price, corres.
ponding sec r e t a r y, .. Mary
Wheeler, recording secretary;
Audrey Kline, and Dr. Otilia
Tejeira,.as directors. :
Meetings will be held twice, a
month, every first and third
MEMBERS OF THE LADIES AUXILIARY of the General George VL Goethals Post No. 8835
Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States, Cocoll, taking their oath of office. From left
to right are One Year Trustee Muriel McGrlff, Chaplain Mary J. O'Neil, Two Year Trustee
Phylis Dunn, Jr., Vice Cmdr. Ruby Galloway, Conductress Ada M. Fowler,' Sr. Vice Cmdr.
Ruth A. Mikulak and President Mabel Alexander.
The new organization resent
bles in character the Rotary or
Lions Clubs: and is also inter
national in scope. Membership
to the club is by Invitation and
Is limit Pd to wornn er "I' "I'-actively
actively "I'-actively and inUepenceiiv.y: i.i
professions or-as heads of es established
tablished established businesses. Only one
woman from each classifica classification
tion classification is eligible to be a mem member.
"Women from Panama an
the Canal Zone who have been
signed up as members so far
are: Sheila Calhoun, Mary A.
de' Coleman, Valeria T. Ffely,
Audrey E. Kline, Dr. Lldia G.
Sogandares, Dorothy1 N. Lind Lindsay,
say, Lindsay, Hedy Shaw, Mrs. Charles
E. Smith, Mrs. Lynn c. Wheel Wheel-"
" Wheel-" :w-r?..i ii;:U'l.
k titilia'v deTeieira.- Zoralda
Brandao, Elsa Griselda Valdes,
Dorothy Brlckman, Blanca Rl Rl-poll
poll Rl-poll d Korsi, Marie McNeff,- i
i Mary O. Lowrie, Beatrice H.
Simonis, Agnes Wilcox, Ann M.
Greene,. Emily William son'
Price, Adelaide K. Eisenmann,
Dora A. Bennett, Wally Arose Arose-mena,
mena, Arose-mena, Elena Ehrman, Dorothy
Thornton and Uona Sears. j r
The annual executive board
meeting of the International
Girl scouts of the canal Zone
was' held at the Paraiso school
Miss Egla Gooden presided as
chairman. Various problems were;
beimr discussed and plans were
made for a membership drive in
Miss Una 8- Genore was Ap Appointed,
pointed, Appointed, executive director, suc succeeding
ceeding succeeding Mrs. Alda Hutchinson.
Miss Genore was awarded a
seholarshiD last August from the
Juliette Low fund and attended
Edith Macy School in pieasant pieasant-vtlle,
vtlle, pieasant-vtlle, N.Y. 4
I ,",. J u k
I W "f V fi
: MEMBERS OF THE GEORGE W. GOETHALS L.' post' No.! 8835 of the Veterans of Foreign
iWars of the United States taking their oath of office for the new term From left to right,
! Assistant Adjutant Charles H. Lester, House Committee Chairman John J. Tverstol, proxy
j Jerry De Silvio, Post Surgeon James Wimpee, Quartermaster Michael P. Mikulak, Sr. Vice
! Cmdr David H..Searle Jr., Adjutant George Alexander, Chaplain Tommy De Grant, Jr.,' Vice
I Cmdr. Wm. Stairs, Cbmmander Sol J. Kaplan and Installing Officer Is Department inspector
. D. J. O'Neil. ' 1 ......
! ' Each antic for faiciusion la Oil
' Each aotica for faiciusion
eoiunn fbmild anbmiiKa la tip-
wtiltea fr m4 mtip4 to am
': the box uumben Iktea' dally in
: cial and Othezswlse," or dellvertd
' tiy hand to the office. Notice! of
j aneeinfi cannot a accepted by
Women's Auxiliary Of .Gambea
Union Church To Meat 1
! The Women's Auxiliary of the
Gamboa- Union. Church will bold a
monthly meeting' on Wednesday,
at the Church, j
After the business meeting Mrs.
Lewis Fisk will be guest speaker.
All church members are invited
to: attend. r ? ;
Sunday Services Af Gatun
Union Church ;
Sunday morning's sermon by 1
Rev. Ray Blakely will be entitled
"The Inner Meanings,'' and is to
be the first of a series of Pente Pentecostal
costal Pentecostal sermons with this. subject
Church school will begin at 9:45,
a.m. worship service at 11:00
a.m.. Senior Youth Fellowship at
5:45 p.m. and Junior Youth Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship at-6:00 p.m. f ,.
Wilms Miles'" Navy Wives. 1
Club To Meet
The Wilma Miles Navy Wives'
Club will hold their monthly busi
ness meeting at the community
bouse, Ft Amador Monday at 7:30
All members are urged to ,- at
tend and bring a' guest.
Cristobal Rebekeh Ledge
Te Meet ',
There will be a meeting of Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Rebekah Lodge No. 2 on
Monday evening, at 7:30. .,
The regular order of "business
will be followed by refreshments.
All Rebckabi' are invited to at attend.
tend. attend. w J ,v. l t.
Arts And Crafts Craua-
Te Meat '
The Arts and Wafts' Group of
the Balboa Woman's Club w 11 1
meet Monday, at 8:00 a.m. at the
home of Mrs.' Helen Wentworth,
house' 573, San Juan' Place, j
Atlaittle Side PTA b r r v
Will Meat "v-M ; .';r.t-.'-?,
The Atlantic PTA.will meet tin
South Margarita School Library at
7:30 .Monday, u. uoi t-naries n.
Wieeins. superintendent of the Co
rozal Hospital, will discuss child
psychology pertaining to elements-
. 1 .' I I L. nJ
ry scnow cnuoren ai-uuiuo .. uu
school. ':;".' -.v
He will also discuss factors af
fecting reading speech, ', g r o u p
behavior and adaptability, and the
effects of home and school train
ing and discipline, s Dr.- Wiggins
will answer questions after his
talk. ..' ... ','
' Plan to attend Church thii Sunday
- AT THE ;
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
BALBOA HEIGHTS, C. Z
. 9 :3D-CI"LE SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
10:43-KOXNINQ" WORSHa ;
TIVE GREAT E'SLE SUPPERS"
Childran'a Chapel 10:40 Robert Snyder
:35-BTUTRAlMNG IN CHURCH MEMBERSHIP
7 :30-EVANGELlSTIC SERVICE -1
"NEW WAY OF PERSECUTION"
Dr. JAKE LOWEEN
i First hand report ef the Colombian Mission field
' BTi'SSAGK ON JOSHUA 23
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Kef. W. H. BEEBT . SpeaVinr
P.ADIQ. OUTLET HOXO 7 Ke.
Br JEAN KERR and
; John Aniston,
. Jim Stuart and
playins; at the
MONDAY, APRIL 23 through
SATURDAY,. PRIL 28
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wnace a saiesoerson' time: v.r
iam mat you Just want to
rowse and let the clerk wait on
customer who really ; wants
Why bother salespera o n
when yon are just.killing time?
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SANTA CLARA'S beautiful beach Is charming
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Pays 2 Interest Annually on Saving Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
W make loans with guarantees on first mortagss
'-'' or other securities,
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deposits are accepted thru a period,
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. Individual safety deposit boxes, for Jewelry and
documents, in 4 different sizes.
OFFICE IN PANAMA
' 109 Central Ave. at
corner ol T Street
0. A. De R01X,
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of 7th St.
From 1:09 a.m. te 12:30 p.m.
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CZ Painl (onlracls
Awarded Two Firms
Contracts for the Interior
painting of four houses and six
apartments in 'Ancon, Balboa,
and Diablo Heights and for the
interior painting of four houses
and six apartments In Oatun
and Margarita were awarded
this week, by Daniel RoJas an
Mr. Eojas made a low bid of
$1,500 lor the painting of,. the
VinnsM nnrf anartments on the
Pacific Side and servicio Brou
wer was low with a bia oi i,buo
for the painting of the houses
end apartments on the Atlantic
Scheduled for naintine on the
Pacific Side are the following
houses: No. 509 In Ancon and
Nos. 5286, 5288 and 5453 In Dia Diablo
blo Diablo Heights. Apartments, to be
painted are No. wm-a in Ancon;
Nos. 1521-C and 1559-B In Bal
boa; and Nos. 5283-A, 5287-B,
and 5612-D in Diablo Heights.
On the Atlantic Side the fol
lowintr houses are to be nalnted:
Nos. 8233, 8431, 8504, and 8520 in
Margarita. Apartments are no.
' 134-A in Oatun; and Nos. 8206-C,
'8055-C, 8058-C, 8204-A. 8224-A In
. i 'i -i. "i v,
' FOR NERVOUS DOGS
CHICAGO (UP) A report In
the Journsl of American .Veterin .Veterinary
ary .Veterinary Medical Association' says a
that get upset by unusual noise&
The article says that the drug,
rauwolfia serpentina, has been
used successfully on dogs shewing
a morbid fear of noises. It adds
that there appear to be no objec objectionable
tionable objectionable or troublesome side ef
fects from using the drug.
: READ THIS
Are yon Interested In a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful lot in Panama's most
beautiful and closest beach
development, PLATA CORO CORO-NADO?
NADO? CORO-NADO? Lots from 15c a
square meter (9 aq. ft). Mon Money
ey Money is no object. Make your own
terms. All lots are cleared. Call
Eisenmann, Panama 2-4505 or
see t Castilla at Coronado
"" Ave.1 Etoy. Alfaro 15-159
tFOR SALE: Bedroom, living
room, diain room furniture, refrigerator,-
gas stove.' All now.
Term available. Phone 3-5087
FOR SALE.: Oa accaunt trip,
liny fa rn if lira, practically atw;
aiap fraaaar G.E., II ft. 44tb
Straat, Balla Viita Na. 37, Apt.
T. Call 3-0702. ;
FOR SALE: 8 en. ft. Coldspat
' refrijariror, ipartmant lisa utad
2 mat. Lika new $160. Call Al Al-braak
braak Al-braak 86-5280. i i
FOR SALE.- Ejiy Spindry $125. :
axcallent condition, utad IS mot.
Original valua $225. Call Al Al-arook
arook Al-arook 86-5280.
FOR SALE: Two-pieca taction-:
al tola, and chair, axcallent con condition;
dition; condition; 3 -piece Rattan sat. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-6818.,'
' FOR SALE Yauth bad, new
innenprinf mattresi $35; bih'V
chair $5. 2104, 5th Straat, Cu Cu-.
. Cu-. rnndu. ;
FOR SALE: Mahogany drop drop-leaf
leaf drop-leaf labia (Diincan-Phyfa legi)
' and four matching chain, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. Reasonable.
Phone Curundu 4272.
FOR SALE:. Mahogany dining
table, 4 chain, table padt $25;
baby furnitara, baby bad, high high-chair,
chair, high-chair, playpen, itroller, car teat.
All $30. 221 l-D Curundu. tale tale-Phena
Phena tale-Phena 83-5104. 4, , s
FOR SALE: G.E. washer, wring,
ar-rype 25-cycle. Phone 87 87-5191
5191 87-5191 er can ba aaan at Quartan
355-A, Fart Clayton.
WANTED: Librarian for Army
position. Qualification!: degree in
: library science from accredited
library school; maximum age 40.
, Apply ta Staff Librarian, Special
Services, USARCARIB, Bldg.
156, Ft. Clayton. Telephone 87-
llil On lleallh, Golf
As Deni. Allacks Ike
; WASHINGTON, April 14 (UP)-
xne uemocrauc wauonal Commit Committee
tee Committee has made President Eisen
hower S health and eoli nlavine
the "big issue" in the coming pres presidential
idential presidential election campaign.
The Democratic Digest, official
organ oi wt national committee,
uncorked a 35-page blast in this
month's issue on what it calls "the
big new issue for 1956: The part part-time
time part-time presidency",
Not. all Democrats endorse this!
approach. Some influential party
leaders think it "unwise" to raise
the health issue publicly for fear
it will kick back ; against the
f me leaders believe that, re regardless
gardless regardless of the article, the extent
to which the health issue is used
in the campaign will be determin
M lArcralv hv thA nriehAa M th
man who becomes the Democratic!
nominee. 1 ..
'. Sen. Estes Kefanver (D-Tenn.),
one of the two announced con contenders
tenders contenders for the Democratic nom nomination,,
ination,, nomination,, has said he will nbt
make aa issue of Mr. Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's health.
Adlal E. Stevenson, the other
announced candidate, has referr referred
ed referred to President Eisenhower's
1955 heart attack In several
. speeches. He said it creates a
"new and compelling issue" in
Several Democratic "d ark
horse" possibilities have said lit little
tle little about the President's health.
Senate Democratic Leader Lyn
don B. Johnson, who is up for Tex
as' "lavonte son" designation at
the Democratic convention in Au August,
gust, August, had a heart attack himself
last year. He would not be likely
to raise ue issue against Mr. Ei Eisenhower.
senhower. Eisenhower. The Democratic Digest attack
contained a hard bitting article
by Sen. John J. Sparkman D-
Ala.), the Democratic 1952 vice-
presidential nominee. He argued
that limits on the President's ac
tivities already have, created a
"vacuum of leadership." c
"The American people will nev never
er never agree to demotion of the presi presidency
dency presidency at a time when the whole
free world looks to. the American
Chief Executive for strength and
leadership," he said.
The Chief Executive's g o 1 f f-playing
playing f-playing activities, subtly linked
with the question of his health
and his attention to' duty, are com coming
ing coming in for increasing fire from
more than one quarter.
Democratic National, Chairman
Paul M. Butler last nieht assail
ed the administration for announc announcing
ing announcing 'its policy on the brink of of-war
war of-war situation in the Middle East
from the golf course at Augusta."
He charged that Mr. Eisenhow
er- "has- been way from. the
White House more than 35 peri
cent of the time in the first 39
months of his term."..,. I
FOR SALE: 1949 Plymouth
Club Ceupa with radio, A-l con condition.
dition. condition. 720-B, Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1952 Oldsmobila
"98" 4-door sedan with hydra,
matte, radio and many extras.
Entire car in axcallent condition
: and vary clean. Priced to tell
quickly. Phono, duty hours, 85 85-3206
3206 85-3206 and evenings 87-5246.
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford 2-door,
low mileage, excellent condition.
Must sell immediately. Call 6 6-739.
739. 6-739. CZ. ::;:,-('.,f :
FOR SALE 1954 Ford Fordor
Customline, vinyl plastic uphol upholstery,
stery, upholstery, 4000 miles, looks lika a
new car. Price $1600. Phone
FOR SALE.- 1952 DeSoro Fira Fira-aome
aome Fira-aome 4-door sedan R&H, power )
steering, under 30,000 miles, J
$950. 4273 Albrook.
FOR SALE: 1954 Studebakar '.
Commander 4-door sadan. Over-'
aVive, turn signals, excellent
condition. Phone Balboa 1581. ?
FOR SALE: '49 Studebakar 4 4-Joor
Joor 4-Joor Land Cruiser, looks good,"
tuns good, $450; Wuriitxer pia piano.
no. piano. Call 2-3607 ar 2-3009. v
F(fR SALE-53 BelAir cenvar.
fible, undercoat, wsw. radio,
no-rust. $1250. 13 down, ba balance
lance balance up to 24 months. Ft. Kob Kob-be
be Kob-be 84-3277.
FOR SALE ;
Boats & flfotors ;
FOR SALI: Navion 205. 913
hours total time, 283 since top
overhaul. 20-gal. aux, tank. Full
yro panel, LF transceiver. All
CAA mandatory bulletin! up.
Never damaged, vary clean $1,.
000. Phone 3-5418 Panama
OR SALE: Mark '55 long
ehaft Mercury autkoard with re re-mote
mote re-mote controls and extras. Purm.
chase i in January 1956. Contact
Capt. Yemen D. Adams, Albrook
AB. Call Ext. 6275 Albrook
r, after 6 p.m. v-...-,:-.--. i
FOR SALE: 15-ft. eutboar
with 15 horiepower Evinrude,
cruUe-a-day tank, trailer. Fully
equipped, many extras, axcallent
condition.. Balboa 3-6344.
Choir To Present
ram Of Music
A Dr&SS rhnir tinHat ji...
. a,a WI3 U11CC-
tlou of Tom Robb of Fort Clayton
t-icociu concert ot sacred
music at the CathMtral r e.
jj.AiiraD on ounaay at a-ao
The followinir RtUfmnet
heard: Chorals. What Gad nath
pone is Rightly Done; Now There-
iore uiess the Lord of AH; Now
Thank we All our God; How
Brightly Shines thn .. Mm-nlno
Star; Two fanfares and chorale.
Praise to the Lord: To The Ainn.
ueiongs uiory: Fraise God from
wnom All Blessmgs Flow; Varia-
uunr mem junges Leoen Hat Hin
Ana Dy Jan P S.weelink for organ;
auiuna rer oonare jwo. z Dy An Andrea
drea Andrea Gabriel! for Brass Choir.
Artists narticlnatlnt? win tin-
Trumpets, Donald Denhart, Fred
&uis, Harold W. Carle; Horn, Ha
rold W. Carle: Baritone. Thomas
Wright; Tuba. Louis Davis; v Or Organ,
gan, Organ, Earl C. Eeeney. -
The regular service of Evenine
rrayer win oe reaay oy tne Bev,
J. Kimball Renew at 7:00 p.m
The public is cordially invited to
attend both the concert and the
"TEXAS LADY" IS DIG WESTERU STORY
THE GIANTS SET UP A BLOCKADE. Cowpokes of the land barons blockade a Texas
town in scene from "Texas Lady," Nat Holt-RKO production in Superscope and Technicolor,
which co-stars Claudette Colbert and Barry Sullivan (insert). Story concerns a woman who's
"every Inch a lady and every ounce a fighter, as she f rees a plonner community from the
bloody rule of land barons. Advt.-
BOX 2031, ANCON, CX.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
DRWENDHAKE Medical Clin Clin-ic.
ic. Clin-ic. Day t Night Service. Oppo Opposite
site Opposite Chase Bank, Telephone 2t
FOR SALE. Two Frigidairo air air-conditioners:
conditioners: air-conditioners: (One) 1-ton unit
.220 Vv- (One) -ton unit 110
V. Both in excellent condition.,
for $418.14. Tel. 3-091 109 1 5
7 a.m. "to 2 p.m.
FOR SALE: Three door prats, t
good condition; piano; wicker
"chair. Phono 1158, Colon. v
FOR SALE. Weber Upright Pia Piano,
no, Piano, built-in heaten; also bench,
Price $198. Call 3-2173.
BABY ORCHIDS, conagas, bou bouquets
quets bouquets hospital, birthday anni-r-.
versary delivered anywhere U U-nited
nited U-nited States, Panama, Canal Canal-Zona.
Zona. Canal-Zona. Telephones: Panama 3-
0771; Cristobal 1033.
FOR SALE r Car radia. Silver,
tone 1948, 'excellent condition,
$20. R. W. Coy, Phone Balboa
J778.:- -'MSi. i n
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO PURCHASE 10 10-hp.
hp. 10-hp. outboard 1954-55. Trailer
for 15-foot boat. Balboa 2321.
WE BUY: Pick-ups Vi-ton and
4 -ton, excellent condition. Ga Garage
rage Garage Elias, Phena 2-1995.
SI. Peter's Group
The regular monthly business
meeting of the St Peter's Mutual
Benefit bociety was held Tuesday
Members were informed by the
president, Karl L. Harris, of plans
for celebrating the society's 29th
anniversary : next most h. ? The
plans call for a special anniversa
ry service to oe field at tne bt,
Peter's church. La Boca. '
tiate oi tne service tentatively
is set ror May zo.
Harris also requested the mem
bers be reminded of the get to-
Know-each-other activity, an out outing
ing outing to Penonome,. no Memorial
Day, May 30. All members and
others interested are invited to at attend
tend attend and may obtain their tickets
by calling 4-503, 4-335, or 2-1365.
- According to other other an
nouncements, it is understood that
the buses will leave the church at
6 : 30 a.m." v
Youth Meeting Set
At Bethel Mission
': A youth meeting will be held at
the Bethel Mission Church tomor
row night at 7:15. ; t
There will be special numbers
by the King's Four and the Girls
Trio, a Bible drill by A Lowe,
and Robert Beukema will be the
The church also Is holding a
missionary pioneer rally. Sleeted
missionaries are John Knox. led
by M. Ogarre; Anne Cooper, by
L. Roberts; David Livingston, by
A. Dixon; Mary Reed, by C.
Clark; Dr. Grenfell, by M. Lash Lash-ley;
ley; Lash-ley; William Carey, by H. Blades.
BOWUNG GREEN. 4. OTP)
Gilbert Ernsthausen lost control
of his car which hit a utility pole
and landed in a ditch. A truck
helped get his auto back on the
road, but seconds later another
truck overturned on top of the auto.
DUO OF TOP STARS
FOR RENT: Chalet an Golf
Heights, completely furnished, 2
bedrooms (ana air-conditioned),
maid's quartan, 7th Straat, San
Francisco (Chalet Chesterfield),
FOR RENT: Chalet 2 bedrooms,
living-dining, maid's room with
bath, garage, aU screened. Tela Tela-phone
phone Tela-phone 3-1275. 3-3341. Trans.
FOR RENT. Chalet at Las Cum Cum-bres:
bres: Cum-bres: 2 bedrooms, maid's room,
living room, dining room, garage.
Boyaca Straat 4 Los Andes Sur).
FOR RENT r House, las Cum Cum-bres:
bres: Cum-bres: 3 bedrooms, maid's room.
Balboa 2-3179. '-
FOR RENT -Vacation quartan,
- El Cangrcjo, for immediate oc occupancy
cupancy occupancy for two months. For in information
formation information call 3-6234 ar 3-
. FOR RENT: Furnished room
'with independent entrance and
service. Chile Ave. Na. 38-04.
FOR SALE: Due ta trip, farm,,
5 hectare .with wooden house
for living, chicken coops and
breed of American chickens,''
fruit treat, river, electric plant, 1
well with water pump and motor.
New Arraian on tho National.
Highway. Bargain $6500. $4000
cash and take ever $2500 mort mortgage.
gage. mortgage. Call Mr. Benjamin Trotter,
Phono 3110 Cecali, Panama 2-
FOR SALE: 3-bedroom
6th Ava. No. 12, San Francisce
do la Caleta. Far informations.
Camila Ferret, 43rd Street 3-31,
v Bella Vitta. ; ..
FOR SALE: Beautiful chalet,'
San Francisce Road No. 129: 2
bad reams, servant's room, gar garden
den garden fruit trees,, large garage,
etc. Apply within.
FOR SALE: Chalet S bedrooms,
basement, garage and yard. 49,
: 4th July Ave. Phena Panama 2 2-1107
1107 2-1107 er Canal Zane S-429.
FOR SALE: Beautiful chalet,
San Francltce Road Na. 129: 2
badrooms, aervant'a raem, gar.
dan, fruit trees, : large garage,
etc. Apply within. Phone 3-2577.
; FOR SALE Lota In Las Cum.
bras, 4889 Meten, 50je. matar;
lota en Trans-Isthmian Highway,
. Mila 16, 7500 meten and 5000
.moton, 40c meter.- CaH Cur.'
Posts Are Open
The director of civilian ner
sonnel at the Fifteenth Naval
District announced, today vacan vacancies
cies vacancies for clerk-stenographers and
clerk-typists grades S and 4. : '
Two vacancies re now open
at the TJ.S. Naval station. Rod-;
man, two at the Headquarters
Fifteenth Naval District, and one
at the TJJ3. Naval Station, Coco
Solo. Qualified applicants may
contact the Industrial Relations
Office at the U.S. Naval Stations
at Coco Solo and Rodnaan, or at
the District Civilian Personnel
Office -at Headquarters 15th Na Naval
val Naval District, Fort Amador,
i EXPECTS THEM RACK
' NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) '-
Richard Mrowka said he wasn t
too concerned about the theft of
20 birds from his chicken, coop.
He explained he didn't keep chick chickens
ens chickens just homing pigeons.
ATTENTION O. LI Juot built
' modem furnished apart mints, 1
' 2 bedraome, bat, cold wetea
Pkoao Peaama 3-4941.
FOR RENTr Comfortable apart apartment
ment apartment in quiet neighborhood, one
bod room, living room, kitchen.
Phone 3-4805 front 9 a.m. ta
3 p.m. 'i :
i FOR RENT. 2-badroom apart apartments:
ments: apartments: living-dining revm, maid"!
room, garage, $100 and $110.
"Irma' Building, "F" Street, El
Cangrejo. Phone 2-2718, Quija-
FOR RENT: Unfurnished vary
modem ana-bedroom apartmeinV apartmeinV-hot
hot apartmeinV-hot water, all screened, near Ho Hotel
tel Hotel El Panama. Catt 3-3421.
FOR RENTr Modern -apartment
at El Cangrejo: 2 bedrooms, 2
bathrooms, dining living room,
maid's room with bath, garage
and hot water. Phone business
houra 2-0321, Sundays 2-3525.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart.,
ment including refrigerator.
Com surroundings, tiled, screen-
ed, $65. 112 Via Belisarie Par..
' rat, near Roosevelt Theater.
FOR RENT: Modem apart,
mantt, ane bedroom and twa)
bedrooms, $65 end $80. East'
' 46th S'tner, earner ef Colombia
Street Na. 45-71, facing Urraca
Park. Phena 2-2711, Quijana.
FOR RENT: Modem one-bed-room
. room, kitchen, wash tubs, hot
water, screened. Building lust
built. Comer ef "L" and Alber Alberto
to Alberto Navarre Streets, "El Cangro-
. r" settlement, $75 and $10.
Pbane 2-2718, Quijanev
) FOR RENTr Madam and com comfortable
fortable comfortable apartment, 2 bedrooms,
; lap floor, scnened, maid'! room
' with batb, garage, last 50th St.
Na. 51, near "II Baturra" Mar Market,
ket, Market, $100. Phone 2-27IS, Qui.
)ane. .' ; i
; FOR RENTr In the beef resi residential
dential residential toeter of the Cfty 2-bed.
roam apartment, maid's roorat
! with bath, garage, ate. $110.
("Victoria" Building, Eusebio A.
Moral Ava.,' II Cangnja. Tale.
1 phone 2-2718. &
FOR RENTtemrthad 1-ked
' room aparhnante with light, ga.
Hlephono aarviee, $70. Houm
Ne. 172, Sabena. reor ef Pint
Statian. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT 2-bodreom apart-
ment with hat water beater, un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished ar partially furnished.
Ave. Cuba Na, 58. Apt. 9. Tele,
phena 2-1227 er 3-3329.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, $65. Military Inspected.
Via Perrat 99. Phono 3-2068.
FOR RENT: Furnished all i
fort apartment. Army inspected,
scnened. Via EtpaBa, bouse bam
fare Juaa France."1'''1"-1 ''
FOR RENTt Furnished 1-bod-room
modem apartment, garage.
168. Via Bolftarie Perns.
FOR RENT;. .Modem apartment
Ave. Ecuador near the Camera
do Comenio: 4 bedroom and)
room for maid, eke 3 bathroom.
Call phena 1-3491.
FOR RENT: Army intpoctad
furnished 1 -bedroom apartment,
oH canveniencoe, hot water. Ne.
17-18 fourth of July Ava. Tel.
Blended with Genia
& Mellowed with Ap
faMSjfi vTaaSn- lMatttl
FINEST SCOTCS WKXlt
"' eia. MeMniaioit.
AVINIDA SOUVAR 7IOS, COLOM
- Cramlich'a Santa ; Cam Beach
Cottage. Modorn convenience,
modereto rat.. Phena Cambee.
PHILLIPS Ocourrtide Cettagea,.
Sure Clara. Sec 435, Belboa. ;
'" 3-1877. Criata-
fcol 3-1673. .
Swim and relax at. Shrapaer
beach hemes, Santa Clara. Phena
; Thompson, Balboa 1 772, -
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mil past Ca Ca-sine.
sine. Ca-sine. Balboa 1866
2 DOUBLE VALENTIN E
RIVERTON. Wvn rn
Six-year-old Weslev Alipn wiitin.
son was born on Valentine's Day
in vaienune, xveb. : ,-
JAT AND LI LANG, a "magic" couple from the United Btatea, 1
make a Canal Zone appearance tomorrow evening at a basaar
being held In the Ancon Masonic Temple by the Pedro Miguel
Assembly of Rainbow Girls. The basaar starts at S p.m. and
lasts six hours. There is a 10 cent admission charge ior per persons
sons persons over 12 year of age. Food and novelties will be on sal
In the downstairs ballroom. The Langs are scheduled to make
' two performances during the evening. i
TI12 Fcr IIc:zc.sL"":;rb Filu
Pecked t"lh Rcs!ns Aclbn j
. Opcn!.ig Tuesday; at lite Ccntrd
' One of the most touching and tender love stories In all
history, th love ef the Indian glrL Sacajawea, ior explorer
William Clark, la poignantly told in "The Far Horiacms,"
opening Tuesday at the Central Theatre. In Paramount's
VlstaVision. Technicolor spectacle, Charlton Heston la cast
as Clark and Donna Reed as the girl, with Fred MacMur MacMur-ray
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Ike To Veto Farm Bill; Slates
Radio-TV Talk Pointing Whys
ATTflTTQTA fl Atwil li TTP.
! President Eisenhower will veto
the farm bill next week, it was
learned here today following the
arrival of Agriculture. Secretary
Ezra T. Benson.
Mr. Eisenhower will back up his
veto with a first-person report to
we American people via radio
and television, probably next
today at the Augusta National Golf
Benson arrived here with True
D. Morse, the deputy Agriculture
Secretary, and Kevin McCann, the
president s chief speech writer.
When Benson ateootd from a
government plane at Bush Field
here last night, he -wa -asked
whether he would recommend a
Iveto of the fixed-price f.rm bill
COL JOHN W. OBERDORF, Command of Albrook Air Force
Base shows Leonard M. Brockmen, committee chairman for
Crusadevfor Freedom and William C. Schmitt, canal Zone
treasurer s Crusade for Freedom, that the Caribbean Air Air-Command
Command Air-Command annual charity fund includes Crusade for Freedom.
Albrook will conduct only one fund drive this year for all ci civilian
vilian civilian charities and welfares organize. From this fund, dona donations
tions donations will be made, to the many organizations such as Crusade
. i : v for Freedom participating in the drive.:' -.
HOLLYWOOD (NEA Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood and. GrapeVine. A Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood movie theater is jingling its
box-office ibells' with a switch on
succes8,..fi"Flop ? Night.".- Every
Wednesday two unannounced box box-office
office box-office lemons are being squeezed
for plenty of sugar..-
Mary Pickford's threatening to
Will hf" fi'i"!": roMnoiKin of Mti
three other cities with motion pic
ture museums unless Hollywood
establishes one of its own. The
absence of a movie museum in
Movietown is an eyebrow-lifter
1 for every out-of-town visitor.
' New that movies have reached
perfection on big screens, U-l will
film : "The Shrinking Mn." All
members of -the cast will be re
duced to six inches. Just like TV,
buhl Py :: '
Wally Wr. Peepers) Cox will
make a TV comeback for NBC.
He's starred In a pilot reel based
' on Paul .Galileo's "Hiram Holli-
New look ) what Miss Wiggle
Hip did. ':':.
Marilyn Monroe's "Bus Stop"
emoting In Phoenix resulted in
this page one box in the Phoenix
i 'Next time Phoenix police es
cort; MarDyn Monroe or other
visiting celebrities they'll H stop
for red lights, observe the speed
at the summons of the president.
Benson last Monday after con conference
ference conference with the president (aid he
thought the farm bill was "unic-
ceptable." When he flew into Au
gusta last night, Benson said, "I
nave not cnanged my position.
Tne Agriculture Secretary was
scheduled to see Mr. Eisenhower
change. Remember all the head
lines about Mr. Television signing1
ine "unDreaicaDie" contract? But
today Berle is saying: "I'd like
in ihin0A nritr unhmvm, tn nihil
My wife wants me to take a longlcation retreat in Switzerland.
rest and she s got me pretty sold1
on the idea ., Thomas For Ike?
On the same subject, Bob Hope Cmrlnc Of MutW
is pmntinw IIipsp rfnvi to wti-aviJ VI I IUI I J
UMUuuui od Ue w-u:'-; y usdm April 'l4 (UP)-l
"I think braid rom.Mv li n thllSen. John Marshall Butler (R-Md.)
. I ...... i I 1 I 1 1. lL T. l
cuiiieuueu ivuay inai uia nrpuu-
lican party follows the principles
of i Thomas Jefferson better than
the Democratic party Jefferson
founded. ;....'' -.
"It is obvious that were Thomas
Jefferson living today he would
join millions of his fellow Demo
crats in affiliating with Citizens
for' Eisenhower.' Butler said,
His speech was given at a cere-'
money at the Jefferson Memorial
marking Jefferson's birthday anni anniversary.
Benson arrived here last night which the secretary has opposed
UIUIIBIILIT. ... A
"Wait until we have our discus discussion."
sion." discussion." he said, referrina- to his
meeting this morning with' the!
McCana's preseaee in Augusta,
reflected the president s planalng
for two important, speeches this this-month
month this-month to a group of M Repub Republican
lican Republican state leaders on April 17!
and a major forelga policy;
speech to the Americas Society:
r Newspaper Editors April 21.
Benson's own future, conceiv
ably, could be riding on the Presi
dent s decision.- --me nepuDiican
farm program undec Benson has
been roundly assailed by the De Democrats.
mocrats. Democrats. They regard the bill
passed by Congress, counter to the
administration's ideas, as a re
pudiation of the secretary.
But the accent on the AgricuK
ture Department could not he mis missed.
sed. missed. It has been seldom that Mr.
Eisenhower has called a cabinet
member to his vacation retreat un unless
less unless in foreign or defense emer-
G:m:ny Seeks Te!X
BONN; Germany, April J4 (UP) (UP)-West
West (UP)-West Germany, fearing its west western
ern western allies are growing cool toward
German re-unification, will seek
direct diplomatic talks with the
Soviets on the issue, it was dis
closed tooay. ...
v, Foreign Minister. Heinrich von
Brentano 'told a news conference
that West German Ambassador to
Moscow Wilhelm .Haas will place
the Bonn unification views before
the Soviet goverhment soon.
Haas, .in Bonn for consultations
and new- instructions, will return
to Moscow shortly.
' Decision to push for unification
at the Kremlin level apparently
was made at a meeting last week weekend
end weekend of Brentano, Chancellor Con
rad Adenauer and top foreign po
licy aides at the Chancellors va-
way out. The public is being tdu
cated to the mora subtle types of
comedy. The public seems to want
novelty and variety too.", s
It's "a reunion forTRed Skelton
and Director Norman McLeod on
his comeback movie, "Public' Pi Pigeon
geon Pigeon No. 1." McLeod directed Red
in his first big comedy hits at
MGM. : Lightning, they hope, can
strike twice, i-;.-; r .'V.' .". :.:-;:--
It's Eve' Arden's line about' the
cannibal child who was expelled
from school because he buttered
op. too many teachers.
Pattl Page's' explanation for
dropping from a size 12 to 8 "I
gave up cream puffs for my ca career."
reer." career." r S. r
Grer Carson is the latest Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood XV convert. Since starring
with Bob Hope in a home-screen
version of "The Awful Truth,"
she's beaming: .."TV is something
that makes you say. the day of
hmit and; not. use sirens. Officers-the show, 'I'll never do it again.
who escorted Miss Monroe from And when it's all over, you want
Sky Harbor Airport to the, 'Sahara to do it all over again.
Hotel apparently were so excited
they couldn't see red and forgot Jack Benny Is planning his first
to stop for traffic' signals. Today; movie in years. A comedy titled
Chief of Police Charles P. Thorn- "The Phony" about a little man
" 'Whan eKorts are furnished
for visiting dignitaries . all
vehicles will stop for traffic lights,
stop : signs, etc., and will observe
speed limits at all times.'"
Guardian Of Stages
Has 106th Birthday
Philadelphia; Apra u (UP)
FINISHING UP William R.
Laird III has been appointed to
the Senate seat of the late Sen.
Harvey M. Kilgore, of West
Virginia. Laird,, of Fayette
ville, has been serving as hit
state's tax commissioner.
Services Sunday For
Elder Clarence Sealy
Elder Clarence M. Sealy,- aged
85, died yesterday morning at his
home at 2461 Fourth Street, Rio
Abajo. He had been ill for some
Funeral servicer will be held
Sunday at the Church of God on
Monte Oscuro Road, at 1:30 o.m.
Burial will follow at the Jardin
de Paz cemetery.
Elder Sealey was born in the
fparish of St. Philips, Barbados.
He migrated to the Isthmus 46
years ago and worked for some
time with the then Isthmian Cons Construction
truction Construction Commission after which'
he became the pastor-in-charge of,
the Bethel" Mission Church at Red :
Tank, Canal Zone. . j
'He was well-known and respect-'
ed in the community and was the
head of a large family.
Among his survivors are .his son
and daughterun-law, Mr. and Mrs. I
Rex Sealey; his daughters and
sons-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Est wick,'
Mr. and Mrs. .Clifford A. Bolt,
Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Stewart, and
17 grand children. 1 I
His 2 Ce!:ir2l::nj
Two celebrations are scheduled
for St. Peter's church in La Boca
tomorrow, namely, choral com-.
munion at 6 a.m. and children's
eucharist.at 10. ;,
In view of the children's euchar-
lst. church school will not be held.
At this servioc. the Rev. John
Spear will continue his lectures to
tne cnudren on church, symbolism
a,nd the sacraments..
- The services for the second Sun Sunday
day Sunday after Easter will close with
evensong 7:30 p.m.
' The Hew Ppnliac "STRAT0-5IX"
is a car you'll be
TRULY PROUD to OWN I
Soon on display at
Dr., Mrs. Birdsall
Depart For Stales
Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin J. Bird-.
sail departed for the United States
April 10. The Chief of Field Party
and Director of SICAP will be ac accompanied
companied accompanied by his wife, Mrs.-Flor
ence G. Birdsall, during his home)
leave visit with relatives and
friends back home. They plan to
stop over in Washington, D. C, on
their way back to Panama, where
Dr. Birdsall will visit ICA head headquarters
quarters headquarters for consultation. i
During Dr. Blrdsall's absence,
Walton P. Sellers, ICA Agricultur Agricultural
al Agricultural Consultant, is acting as Chief
ot tela Party and Director of the
Tn aid Ytf tha tThited "Misnionar
an elocutionary contest will bymn
hPld.tthe Panama B antlst!"1? P5 "U'Monaay mgnt
church, 21th Strpt, Guachapall
the ni-a,X M. Apul 43, beguinmgr
Contestants from various
churches will participate and
prizes will be awarded to,, first,
second and third place winners, r
. Three members of P a r a i s o
school faculty have consented to
act as judges, namely, Ellis L.
Fawcett, the principal, Miss Juli Juliet
et Juliet Carrington and Mrs. R.T. Ellis.
CARE Delivery Sbv
Duo To C:;:.i Jdy 1
Distribution of the CARE' Food
Crusade packages will -not start
until Julv 1st. due to unforeseA
delavs. although it had been plan
ned that the distribution of these
fmT narkiffei would Start a lew
Franlr Alovanrior HnMon a nru' mnnthl aarlmr in the Year.' -.
mer cavalry trooper who protect-f This crusade consists of one pack
After -sponsorln a ,. auccssftdi IL"! ZZWSJ?-
asirr garaen parly recently, the Dr. and Mrs. Rirrtsall
in be back at their EI Cangrejo res-.1
".idence during the latter, part, of
, (June. 1 v iit, ,'-,c
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iunuwiBi.)BUB0M(rM Bidg, Tel. 2-1905'
ed stage coaches in the southwest,
celebrated. bis 106th birthday here
today. ; -. ., ...
Holden, described s alert .and
age of food per family, distributed
twice a month for a period of five
months. These- familes are aesig
nated by the Department of well-
who dreams about being a big
' Promised and hoped tor: A
movie spectacular, "The Story of
Mankind," tracing the million million-year
year million-year history of man on earth.
Now Milton Berle wants to givej
hack his 30-year contract at $300,- Arthur Godfrey closed his local
000 year to NBC, How times office here. -Whatever that means.
aHv vnlimtarilu ar.i m nvw. in in Panama T.itV. hV the COUn
al Wind fallow TMidont nf Rivr. rll of Welfare AjencieS in CclOO.
view, the city's home for the aged.' and by the various Health Units of
lie runs their errands and helps the Department or ruouc neaun
tnem dress.- v : (throughout tne interior.
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i) i CARL BCNTCfl REIO NATALIE WOOD TECHNICOLOR
SHOWING AT YOVR SERVICE
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. CinmndScopa Color :
ShjhU; "THE KENTlXKIAJi"
FRANCIS IS THE NAVY"
Sua. THIS gn.VER CHALICE",
MASTERSON of KANSAS"
MARGARITA 1:15 1:00
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SundliT "LEFT HAND OE COD'
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The Los Angeles and
' Curundu Developments
. from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m.
T on Sunday, April 15, 1956
It takes a lot of work to keep
pace with your demands for more
and more electricity. Every year
new. facilities must be planned
for and added to enable us to meet the growing electric needs of Panama.
So, please consider this brief interruption of your electric service as a sign, of growth
and; progress. The work -will be done ata time when it will cause the least inconve inconvenience
nience inconvenience to you. Ajhorr interruption novrwill mean more power and more dependable
service for you in the future.
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: VOORY DANCE? Big Chief Charley Grimm hopes it ,,
jproves just than as he leads two of his Bra,ves, Eddie.
Mathews and Johnny Logan, in a bit of redskin rock,- ;
k and-roll' in Milwaukee's spring camp at Bradenton, Fla. 1
EVERYBODY IN ON THE ACT
I It's a family affair as th
Hodges help. Dad hold down
first base in the Brooklyn
training camp at Vero Beach,
Fla. They are Mrs. Hodges,
Gilly, Irene and Papa Gil
; : HELPING HAND? It appears here as though New York's'
a Gene Shue is getting an assist from Fort W,ayne's Chuck ",f
' v Noble as he scores in a pro cage'game in New York, i
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PUTTING THEIR' BACKS INTO ITA
group1 of New York Gisints go through
leg limbering calisthentics in the Goth-
amites' training camp at Phoenix,- Ariz, j
nmFrwi iw hum i.i mi iniiiii,it,inii i iiuiihii
"MAO AMIIDIMA VsAM tViic v.rpttv fntcct nhd thA (rav.
ish she.holds. The crayfish, really a chemical plastic .ME AND MY SHADOW Bob Lennon makes a study in
job made with a do-it-yourself kit and introduced at a , white and Mac as He-goes ragn against ine xence ro snag
sports, travel and vacation show in New York, is fine of "s a "S toweling fly ball during a equad game in the
.21 colorful fishing lures that now can be home made. New York giants' training camp at Phoenix, Aril
HOLD YOUR HATSH-Rocky Bridges is ibout to lose his &
' ,1 protective cap as .he vainly dives back to first base in a
1 pickoff play during a Cincinnati Redlegs camp gam at fy
- 4 Tampa, Fla. That's Ted Kluszewski waiting to tag him. f v
WHO'Ll GET HIT the ball or the Man? Tht camera's
I HOT ACTION ON A COLD DAY Though snow blankets angle makes it look as though Stan (The Man) MusiaL
I the field." the St. Pauli and Hamburg soccer teams battle St Louis star batsman, is going to fee! conked, as he
J it out at Hamburg,.Germany. Heated action such as this v takes his turn at the plate in the Cardinals' training v
keeps players warmed up and they fion't feel the cold. camp at St. Petersburg, Fla. However, it's really a bill
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SATtXDAT, AFRIL 14, 1938
A INDEPENDENT DAILY NIWSPATEH
u m s9 D f y g d a! e : To F a ce I Yank To nor r o w
Good Shoving by Rookie Could
Ma!ie I lim Starting Pitcher
On World Champions' Roster
NEW YORK, April 14 (tJP) Don Drydale, a
19-year-old rookie who watched the 1955 World Se Series
ries Series on television, gets a once-in-a-lifetime chance to
replace its hero, Johnny Podres, this week-end when
the Brooklyn Dodgers and New York Yankees bring
down the curtain on the Grapefruit League season.
Howard homered and drove in
five runs and Mickey Mantle
and Yogi Berra also homered )
in the 17-hit Yankee assault.
Th st Louis Cardinals, mean
thtok a preview of the 195. while, .cored tteir 2lst victory
The Series, currently tied at
turn viptnri for each team, is
I being referred to as the "interim
EWorld Series." It's a review of
the 1955 Series ana most expert
But for Drysd". a 6-foot,
5-inch right-hander from Van
Nuys, Calf., the Series repre represents
sents represents the chance to complete
an amazing Jump from the
status of raw rookJe to wont wont-line
line wont-line pitcher on the World
Champions. " ;
Manager Walt Alston beset by
:all sorts of pitching worries from
Podres' draft call to Billy Lpes'
"tendonitis,'' called up Drysdale
from the Montreal roster to tne
iwhh .nnnd vesterdav ana
announced that he would start
tomorrow's game in maiye
almost certainly Install prysdaie
as the Dodgers' No. 4 starting
pitcher quite a spot for a kid
who nltched In the Class C Call-
Lfornia league In 1954! Don post-
, . f .ik Montreal
eu an ii-ii .i."..--
last season. He has yielded nine
runs to 24 Innings of pitching
this spring, in addition to Drys Drys-dale,
dale, Drys-dale, the Dodgers will present
rookie second-baseman Charley
Neal to their Ebbets Field fan-,
dom when they appear in Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn today for the first time as
World champions. Roger Craig
and Clem Labine were scheduled
to pitch for the Dodgers In the
nnmnr with Bob Turley and Bob
f Grim going for the Yankees.
The Dodgers were lure ycv
terdav but the Yankees waW
lopped 3 homers to route the
Pittsburgh Prates, 17-7. Elston
they beat the Chicago White Sox,
7-5, with the aid or a two-run
double by Bin RepulskL The
Rainbow City League
The officers of the Rainbow
Citv Ouen Classification Softball
League have agreed to notify all;
WASHINGTON, D.C, April 14
(UP) i Tommy (Hurricane)
leading softball leagues on the! Jackson proved today that his
Isthmus that they will be ready
to work along witn any interest
ed parties to spearhead a series
. 1 Ik.
oi games w atvermuio uic
champion Softball team on the
It was suggested that teams
representing the top four leagues
In the country be represented
during -this series. Currently the
leagues that are attracting wide
attention are the Llga Mayor de
Softball de Panama, The Pacific
Softball League, La Llga Mayor
ae sonoau at colon and tne
Rainbow City Open Classifica Classification
tion Classification Softball League. It is hoped
that representatives from each
of thes leagues will plan a
meeting to get preparations un underway."
interested parties may call
w-h"3hrtS. rSdiAYuhe woniJoscelyn Everlng, President of
IT of ttielr laJt 20 games indict MCOCSL, ; at Cristobal 2510
from tnn wnnei-
seven of eight
The CtoclnnalN-Redlegs took
advantage of eight wa)ks to'beat
Tndianaralls cf the American
Association, 6-1, with big blow,
a homer by Ted Kluszewski. An
earlv-snrln? nuestion mark, "Big
Klu now seems set for another
fine season. . '.
Ted Williams. Jacke Jensen,
Milt Bollinr and pitcher Bon
Robin Roberts to lead the Bos
ton Red Sox to a 9-3 rout of the
Philadelphia Phillies. The vic victory
tory victory clinched the Spring Series
for U Red Sox.
Art Houtteman and Sal Mag Mag-He
He Mag-He scattered eight hits in pitch pitching
ing pitching the Cleveland Indians to a
3-2 win over the Milwaukee
Rraves.fBobbv Avila homered for
Cleveland and- Hank Aarpn for
the Braves. ' -v"Vv
First-baseman Gail Harris sin singled
gled singled with the bases filled in the
eight inning to drive in two runs
and give the New York Giants a
3-1 triumph over the Washing Washington
ton Washington Senators in a night gams
that drew 13,712 fang at Grif Griffith
fith Griffith Stadium. Willie Mays tripled
and singled to oblige the fans
who turnea out to see me na national
tional national League wonder boy. v
2817 or Astor Lewis at Cristobal
Final Standing Second Half
Palomas ............... 8
Ocelots ...i.....,.r..6 7
Macaws 6.... 4
Way Open For Champ Miler
John LanHy To Run In, U.S.
NEW YORK. April 14, (UP) -The
way is clear for the world s
Lf astest miler to run in.' umwa,
States next monm.
Dan Ferris National Secre
tarv of the A-A-U-says all dit
f icultles Involving the appear appearance
ance appearance of 1 Australian mile king
John Land in California have
been cleared. V -;
Ferris says both the Central
California and the Southern
Pacific A-A-U have agreed to
abide by aU rules Involving the
appearance of Landy. Ferris
add, that -the A-A-U to Aus Australia
tralia Australia had been notified that
Landy may make the tr'p
without any further complica
linns. V' ...
Earlier Landy said and these
were his words "If the argu argument
ment argument isn't cleared ud in a few
Chicago (A) 001004 000-3 8 3
St. L. N i 101 001 13X-7 10 1
4 Consuegra, Byrd (3), Dahlkc
(7) andioliar; Haddlx, Miller
(6), Kinder (9) and Sarnl, Smith
m wpMiller. t.P Dahlke.
HR's : Chicago Lollar. St. LouU
Smith.. ,. :vS'.
U Mil. (N) '. ; 001 100 000 t 8 1
! i Cleve. (A) ; 300 000 00x 3 7 0
V Spahn, Jolly (8), Trowbridge
! lie (6) and Averlll. WP Houtte Houtte-1
1 Houtte-1 man. LP-Spahn. HR'sJ MUwau MUwau-j
j MUwau-j kee Aaron. Cleveland Avila.
j N.Y.fA) 030 123 341 17 17 .1
; Pitts. (N) 043 000 000 7 5
i Byrne, Staley (3), Sturdlvant
1 (4i, Konstanty (6) and Berra,
Liohnson (7): Hall. Law (3.;Wa-
' i 1 Jl c IP.
ters to), owauson uii Muwiuiian
(7) and Kravltz. WP sturm sturm-vant
vant sturm-vant LP Waters. HR's: New
fYork Mantle, Berra, Howard.
Phila. N) 100 001 1003 3
Boston (A) 042001 llx 9 12 1
Roberts and Lonnett; Porter Porter-field,
field, Porter-field, Kiely (8) and White. WP WP-porterfield.
porterfield. WP-porterfield. LP Roberts. HR's:
Boston Porterfield, Williams,!
Jensen, Boiling. Philadelphia I
Lonnett. ,: ,. ;
days, I'll scrap the trip, They
take all the fun out of running."
- Landy holder of the mile
record of three-milnutes-58-seconds
will run In California
on May fifth at Los Angeles
and Mav 12th at Fresno.
FBI agent and track star
Fred Wilt says he also Is "itch "itching"
ing" "itching" to get back into competi
tion. The former distance runner
retired three years ago. Wilt says
he will try to get a berth on the
U-S Olympic squad.
By HERBERT MOISE
With their league-lead threat threatened
ened threatened by a last minute rushing
Agustin Cedefio outfit, the Dark
Millionaires took measure of the
floundering Dipal team and
moved slightly away from their
closest rivals with a one-game
cushion between them. Cedefio
and the Richmen have been
waging a vicious battle and are
keeping pace with each other in
the ever-important "loss" col
umn each having lost only two
games. The Dark Millionaires
league lead Is a result of their
playing two more games than
in anotner tnriuer before an
almost riotous crowd. DM atag-
ea a late-game raiiy to overcome
a one-run oeiicit ana go ahead
to beat Dipal five to three. Ches
ter DeSouza annexed his first
pitching victory in his first ap appearance
pearance appearance for this season.
This was DeSouza's first ap appearance
pearance appearance in two seasons and he
was roundly applauded when he
took the mound for the first in inning.
ning. inning. He needed help from the
Dark Millionaires pitching ditto,
the little "Mr. Incessant Fred
Saap. Fred Is abreast with his
pitching assignments and the a a-mount
mount a-mount of games played by his
team. He has been eRlled to duty
in all but one of DM'g games.
As the league hit its halfway
mark, the standing has
De La Pena's Palomas won the
second half of the Fastlich teen
age league Thursday when they
defeated tne Conejos 9-2.' -Tne
Macaws, winner of the first half,
and the Palomas. will meet in a
series, two-out-of-three starting
Monday night at Balboa stadium
The pitching trophy ior the
year went to Geo. Barbler with
a record of 17-7. ;- Barbier also
won the batting championship
with an average or .469 but as no
boy can win more than .one
trophy. Norm Pedersen of t'rs
Palomas with an average of .440,
was awarded the prize.
The RBI's title went to Char Charley
ley Charley .French and Pete Corrigan
ho were tied with 19 runs each
1""e four prizes beautiful
" iJo waterproof watches
weie made available by Adalbert
Fastlich who sponsored the
league. '"v -7-'.
The management has been as
sured that if Joe DIMagglo is
back from his fishing trio he
will be on hand Monday evening
witn other dignitaries' or tne
league to throw out the first ball
to start the series..
word is as good as the gold he
seeks in a shot at heavyweight
champion Rocky Marclaijo.
The world's second-ranked
contender from far Rockaway
N.Y., predicted he would stop
former 1 Br'tish Isles heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight king Johnny Williams
last nHjht and that's exactly
what tie did. It was all over at
2:49 of the fourth round with
Williams gating up from the
canvas for the third time la
the scheduled la-rounder.
Jackson, who probably thinks
the Marquis of Queensberry is
best man at the big weddins in
Monaco, sparred during the first
round but then cut loose wnn
his famous "hurricane style" and
quickly had the gallant English Englishman
man Englishman floundering all over the
ring. Hurricane dropped Wil Wil-nam
nam Wil-nam twice in th. third round
and then swarmed all over hlmThursday night
in thp lourtn. .; r
W'lHams was downcast in
his dressing room but offered
. H' ,i i t 1 1 i. 1
"I've got ho excuses," Williams
said peering out from a cut un
der his left eyelid. "He fought a
clean fight and I'm only sorry :
didn't do better."
Williams, who Is 29, wasn't
willing to pred'et Jackson
could beat Marcianolmt he in insisted
sisted insisted there is nobody in Eu Europe
rope Europe who could cope with the
ceaseless flurries of punches
At Fort Amador
M ttV I'm
e uariDDean uommana oase
team of the Armed Forces
Little League topped off the sea'
son with a gala banquet at the
Fort Amador Officers' Club
"He was just much too strong i
for me," Williams said. "I knew.
wnere uie puncnes were coming
from but they were coming so
fast I couldn't avoid them. H
is much too strong for Don
Cockell and too strong for any
body we've got in Europe."
Along The fairways
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
B.HA INTRAMURAL GOLF
TOURNAMENT AT SUMMIT
HILLS APRIL 28, MAY S
Master Your Game . No. 1
Relax And Enjoy Golf
By JACKI8 BURKE
Mister of the Matttrt
Written fer NEA Service
GOLF has been -a part of
life from the very start because
you see, my father was a pioneer
in the American field and one of
The Summit Hills golf club has the great players.
generously offered the use of i Dad turned out many fine golf
their excellent facilities for the ers, including Jimmy Dcmaret,
playing of a 38-hol bov Intra-, but he didn t force me into
mural golf tournament. The first
18 holes will be played on Satur Saturday
day Saturday morning, April 28 and the
final 18 on Saturday morning,
To be' eligible to nlay in the
tournament, a bov must be a
The bovs received an unex- student at Balboa Jr. Hi?h. Bal-
pected treat when Joe DiMagglolboa High School or Canal Zone
visited the boys in their banque.' junior College, in addition, each
room and talked with them.
; ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE
Coco Solo Braves
Police Pals 6.....
Mutual of omana
Coco Solito Cubs
Cristobal pirates ..
Coca Cola Bottlers
The box score:
Eastman, cf .....
Pedersen, ss .....
Barbler, o ;
Garcia, 3b .......
Snodgrass, c ....
Allen, If ,,..6...
Kline, lb .......
Rathgaber, 2b ...
Ab R H Po
.4 2 0 3
25 9 8 15 2
Chassin, 2b ......
Franglone, 3b-p ..
Parker, ss ..;..
Chase, c . .6
SUMMARY Errors: ; Snod.
grass, Chassin 2. Parker 3, God God-sev
sev God-sev i. Hern 1. Runs batted in:
Pedersen, Barbier, Garcia, Allen,
Kline, Rathgaber, Godsey, Park Parker,
er, Parker, Frangione. Stolen bases: Bar Barbler,
bler, Barbler, snodgrass, Rathgaber. Bas Bases
es Bases on balls off: Godsey 9, Bar Barbler
bler Barbler 2. Strike outs by Godsey 4,
Barbler 8. Wild pitches: Barbier
k. Godsey I. winning pitcner:
Batbief. Losinsf pitcher, Godsey.
Umpires Hilzlnger and Diaz.
Scorer: Mead, Time: 1:35.
r-1 .. ' '
Party Tomorrow For
The Coca Cola Bottlers
ed the Mutual of Omaha team 7
to in a game Pcu """V
.it.nA Th vln was the BOt-
Uers first of the second half of
1CX defeatured fine field;
ing by both teams. The Bottlers
Pat Dockery fobbed Tommy BU-
lison : or a nit m
while the. Wilder brothers each
made a spectacular play In i the
second inning. Larry took Mike
Bum's line drive and Dave did
the -with a drive off the
of 1Mb Geaaes,
Lugo, ss ............... 3
Jodice, rf ..,, l
Drew, rf ;;.6.... 0
Davenport, cf-2b . 3
19 6 3
D. Wilder,' lb 2
Taber. cf v.......... i
Crnnan. f-1k A
w ,,.v.,t,, m
L. Wilder, e ..........
Cotton, p ,...,,,,,,,. 3
Burns, rf 3
Rankin, ss i..... 8
P. DOckery. 2b-lf ...6... 1
Peterson, If i
Sanders, 2b 1
Hutcmnson, 3b I 2 1
21 7 6
Sctirr ttv Innlnr
Cubs' 100 146
Coca Cola 300 047
entrant must turn in to Balboa
Gymnasium not later than A A-prll
prll A-prll 24, five nine hole score cards
with name and intramural clas classification
sification classification printed clearly oh each
one. When the. five cards are
turned in, the boy is entered,
and not before. Foursomes will
be grouped and tee off times
announced as soon as aU the en entries
tries entries are in.- ,
The winners will be determin
ed on a handicap basis, and the
n I tournament will be run in three
in which a boy plays will be ac according
cording according to his pre determined In Intramural
tramural Intramural classification of A. B,
or C. These classifications are
assiened at the bezlnnint of the
O year according to age, weight.
Oiand height standards.
1 The top three handicap golfers
llln each division will receive rib rib-2ibons
2ibons rib-2ibons and extra intramural
0:Dolnts as follows: 1. S points. 2.
0,3 points. 3. 1 point. Each boy in
the tournament will earn one In Intramural
tramural Intramural point for each nine
holes he completes in the con contest.
test. contest. .
Anyone Interested in entering
lis reminded that he must furnish
his own clubs and transporta transportation.
tion. transportation. The five nine hole score
cards must be turned in by April
business. You can't force any
body to play golf. The incentive
has to be there.
Golf can be. taught. In this
series, I am going into the tech
nical things you need to score
well. Golf is basically a simple
game, still it can't be reduced to
anything as simple aa a twist of
the wrist. That's the first thing I
put a finger on in my book, "The
Natural Way to Better Golf'
(Hanover House ) '
Relax and enjoy the- game. This,
is the only way to win. If a golf golfer
er golfer doesn't play to win, though
his opponent be only himself, he
should n play at all. In order to
win, you have to get the ball in
the cup. In order to get the ball in
the cup, you have to play the
game well. In order to play the
game well, you have to hit the
ball. Whatever else 'goes along
with this is so much foam on a
glass of beer.
Most -self-taught golfers fail to
distinguish between cause and ef-
O i ;
ft' r: VA
Aftir upoiurt, ilwin
tni laDontory ti iM
br 4oclort linct 112.
6o not rltk yourhtstlht
Gft SANIIUBE" Iron
njr fulit hn hn-maciit.
It traftoJ. un4 m
tl.H Hi I, fnifU
Wnti Ivillmttdti inklit
THE SANjITUBE CO., NEWPORT t 1 1
lect. Most golfers', swings
tounded on principles vmch
l have no lmenuon of insert
ing a fault into your swing in ord
er to correct an even greater
fault, of handing you an exaggerat exaggerated
ed exaggerated hook, for example, in order
to cure you temporarily of a
I'm lust going to tell you what
I've learned, and: I first played
when I was thres years old.
NEXT) Th. prip.
Hfo tncanto 35 ,20
In cinemascope I ;
Richard Egan,' in
"View from Pompey'i Head"
" Also: Rex' Harrison, In
rqoV IDEAL 20 .10
Warher Baxter,' In
"CRIME DR.' MANHUNT"
Robert Cummings. In
The Fort Amador Servlc Club
will honor the Tri-Post Troopers,
tne 1958 Panama Area Baseball
champions, with a beach party
at tne t on Amaaor seacn ciuo
tomorrow at 5 p.m.
All personnel of Fort Amador
and their families are Invited to
Dark attend to heln to do honor to
Millionaires on top by one came! the chamos.
over Agustin Cedefio, three and A program of entertainment
one-half over Dipal and five and has been arranged and refresh-
one-nau over poweu. 'ment will be served.
For Mutual, Koiauuo ui (
played weU in the field. The boys I
from Oman luriicu iii m w
S:a2fI;i: News Of The
m k and then threw to Batn
retiring Sanders. There were on-J
1 two extra base hits In"1!1
contest, doubles by Larry Wilder;,
and Tom Wilson. John Crpnan l
picked up his fifth win of the I
season, wnue w" ...
charged with the loss. i
The box score:
L. Wilder, ss-lf-cf-cf ...
D. Wilder, lb ..,.....,
Cronan, p ..o.
Rankin, 2b-c ..........
p. Dockery, cf-2D-sa o. .
Ctnhrar If ...........
B. Dockery. 3b ........
Taber. rf-lb ........... 1
Mutual Of Omaha
Reg. Lum, ss 2
Bath, lb ...6 .v 2
Seeley, 2b 2
Rudy r 2b- . ....... t 2
Billison,. 3b J
wiilnln. M-lh-n ........ 3
Burza, p-ss ......6..... 8 0
Reif. cf ;
Tobin, cf ., 6......
Rol. Lum, rf ..........
" Score By Innings -Coca
Cola 220 0037
Mutual 001 1002
!j "ri y RAFFLE
2 0 l'
25; 7 7
01, I w
III l x
24 a oil 1
7 0 I
TI:j Pc;i TulD'El JLQA::uU
playing ONLY TONIGHT this weekend at the
to the air-conditioned Balboa Bar :
, from midnight to 4:30 a.ro.
Meet Your Friends tier Listen
; To Your Favorita Musio
(Nlfhlca Os Tb Hon at 4 J m
1 oaa :
On Thursday afternoon, the
Cubs and the Bottlers rang down
the curtain on the 19S6 Atlantic
Little League geason. The Coca
Cola Bottlers took the game 7 to
9 to make it two in a row. as
they closed their season in fine
style after a poor start. j
The game leaturea tne inreen
hit pitching of George Cotton i
who went to the mound for theji
second time. His record nowil
stands at one gam won and oner
lost Ellzey, the losing pitcner i
finished up with two wins andil
The game produced only one
extra base blow, that being a
I double by Alec Lugo. Cotton and
i Lugo each gathered a pair of
hits. The last out of the season
I wo mart whan fieoree Cotton
I tucked in John Davenport's foul I
'fly to close the sixty game Little j
i League schedule.
The box score:
AO K II I
CARTA VI E J A
CONTINUES TO PAY
Prizes for April 15th: I I
i ? 8 0 0 0 0 (Accumulated) I
DBINK THK BEST ..'AND WIN 1VIAJVY DOLLARS
1,000,00 (Accumulaltd I I
Coco Solito Cuba
: Bates, 2b .,........... 0
'Leignadier, cf ,6.. 2
Alley, cf 0
Patton, 3b 2
Ellzey, p 1
Quinn. lb ......6. 3
Camacho. c 1
wj Hon C&da Vuja, dtof' Tftvxhjuma "Quo", OixLb (Baku I
t. and all products of
VI NICOLA LICORKUA and DKSTILKRIA CKN'I'UAL i
-Mrs. Alejandrina Hernandez of David, Chiriqui .won the tecond prize of $240.00, according to the drawing : I
of April 8, with ticket $86543. 5 ' I
.Reac sfory on pags 9
; DAILY NEWSPAPER
AN INDEPENDENT fHRW
ri o i II ,ri
MOTHER OF DEAD MARINE t- Mrs. Alston P. CoughUn (rlgnt)
" d Joan Hall; mother and girl friend of Marine recruit Jerry
L Thomas look at a photo of the young Marine at Alexandria
Va Thomas was one oV six Marines who died after they
marced into a tidal stream at Parris Island, S.C.
Hal Cole Ordered
To Rest By Dcclor
CHICAGO April 14 (UPV- Ne Ne-.
. Ne-. to singer Nat King Cole, who was
assaulted by three white men dur during
ing during an appearance in Birming-
ham, Ala. Tuesday night, was or or-dered
dered or-dered by his doctor Thursday to
rest here until today.
The singer cancelled plans to
fly to tos Angeles to see his fami family
ly family and was forced to turn down a
request that he fulfill an engage engagement
ment engagement in Charlotte, N.C last night.
- Dr. James M. Scott,, who treat treated
ed treated Cole for. a "mild back injury
yesterday, said the singer suffer suffered
ed suffered a "muuscular strain" and is
under "daily treatment." The doc doctor
tor doctor explained that he ordered rest
to "avoid any complications from;
the nervous tension he had r been
Brr.tt said Cole Is "not in senuu
CO-;itin, in any way.''
Orrlotte Police Chief Frank N.j
Litio)in phoned Cole asking him
to f' Jill his cancelled engagement
.'at tharlotte tonight and promis-j
ed that "Nothing will happen in
any way to embarrass you or your
- Company." , '.
Tired To Kill Self
' NEW YORK, April 14 (UPV-Tj
Baumann; 81, was asleep in bed
today wnen poce irnra
complaint that he had threatened
to commit suicide.
PoHce said Baumann -tain them
ne became "too weak to J"umn
from )iW fo"Hh fonr wi" and
got back into bed, to rest.", y
TOD .75. .40
1:00, 2:Mi, 4:Sfl. 8:55. 9:05 p.m.
GREAT ON THI STAGE I
TEHlflC AS A MOVIE I
M sets far
In COLOR and
1 1. I
' ' ....
" (NEA Telephoto)
IN CUSTODY Marine SSgt.
Matthew McKeon of Worcester,
Mass., a drill Instructor who
led his platoon on a night
march at Parris Island, S.C.,
which ended in death for six
xf the recruits, is In custody
.until an inquiry into the mat"
ter Is completed.
Estate Of French
Count Readied For
U f rWftts'n
NASSAU, Bahamas, April 14
dif .-'tiic palatial ocean-iront
home of a French count is beins
nrnnsrprt fnr the hnnpvmni.n of
Margaret Truman and Clif ton
? The two will be married April
21 in Independence, Mo.
I Harris Gibson, butler for Count
1 1"re?onniere, French consu'af re re-i
i re-i preservative here, said the couple
j is Wiccted to arrive April 32 and
will remain at least until Mav XS.
. Th? Count and his wife are a a-way.
way. a-way. Dorothy Bronson
At Atlas Tonight
Dorothy Bronson, song and
comedy star who has appeared
with Groucho and Chlco Marx,
-will tbe featured at the Atlas
Club tonight. Shows are sched
uiea at in n.m. ana u.iv a.m.
Dot. who has been called Bos
ton's Betty Hutton. has appear appeared
ed appeared in clubs in Las Vegas, Holly Hollywood,
wood, Hollywood, Mexico and South Ameri
ca. :. .; 1
j SOAP SCULPTURE -Those
i saa eyes reveal that the dog'i
v not really a soap sculpture. The
, poodle's lust all soaped up as it
gett a beauty treatment at a
,aog salon in London. England.
( Smock-clad Janice Anderson it
applyini the soap at the "beau "beau-ty
ty "beau-ty shop wtjere a dog can get
.... any kind of a beauty treatment.
, mcjudinj manicure. -
1 b 1 1
"Zl fu people
Slat I EAR
Big Welcome In
PANAMA ; CITY, Fla, April 14:
(UP) West Florida Democrats
whipped up a "hero's welcome"
today for Adlai Stevepson w h o Kefauver called foe -the resig resig-carried
carried resig-carried his campaign for t h e nation of Secretary of Agriculture
Democratic Presidential nomina-
Hon into the peninsula s rural pan-
handle as .the "candidate of mo-
A -1 1 I 1 J 1 i t I
west Florida's Congressman Bob!
a muiorcaue. neaaea uy nurin-iuu
Sikes of Crestview. was schedul-i
ed to meet Stevenson's plane
from Tampa at 10. a.m. and p..
rade him through the dountown
shopping district. There Steven-
son planned to apply his turr'JrJrr.
demonstrated capacity for hand-:"
cnoirino nofArA moirino an inrnrmni
Sikes, manager of Stevenson's
campaign for Florida's 28 conven-
IrS iltS TO e. othwith lmpn b
fn "wlrJA.S the amusement of crowd that
thusiasm in a telecast. 1 r
The Congressman told viewers
that Stevenson "is our kind of
folks" and said a vote for any
other "nominee it the Dene Dene-critic
critic Dene-critic convention would split
, Sikes said Florida's May 29 pre
ferential primary is the "key to
Stevenson's success" and predict
ed if Stevenson beats Sen. Estes
Kefauver in the state he would go
on to win the Democratic nomina nomination
tion nomination for President.
CIGAR CHAT f
Stevenson and Kefauver bumped
into each other and chatted over
From $ Tvo-lo-Ten
WASHINGTON, April 14 (UP) (UP)-A
A (UP)-A proposed new government back backed
ed backed flood insurance program may
cost home owners using it from SZ
to sio per $1,000 of insurance.
This is a tentative estimate of
the cost of the program approved
by the Senate Banking Committee
and now ready lor Senate action.
Sen. Prescott Bush (R-Conn.), a
supporter of flood-insurance legis
lation, said today the estimate
was worked out by the F e d e r a 1
Housing and Home f inance' Agen
cv. :..., ...
Actual cost of the insurance
would be larger. But under the
bill the federal government would
oav 40 per cent of the premiums
and home owners the other 60 per
The measure is a compromise
between administration and Dem
ocratic proposals for. flood-disas
SUNDAY, APRIL 15
6:38 a.m. 12:26 a.m.
6:52 p.m. 12:41 p.m
By unanimous vote, the full
Senate dvil Service Committee
this week approved S. 2875, the
measure overhauling the pres present
ent present Civil Service Retirement Sys System,
tem, System, according to information
received by AFGE vice-president
Rufus. Lovelady. This action fol followed
lowed followed earlier approval of the
bill with amendments by a sub
committee, f :
These are the Important
changes made by the commit committee
tee committee in the measure as originally
introduced by Sen. Olin D. John Johnston
ston Johnston (D-S.C:), chairman of the
Senate Civil Service group:
The original draft raised the
factor in computing annuities
from lVi to 2. As reported
bv the full committee, the lYi
rate would apply to the first five
years of service and the 2
would be used only on those
years of service in excess of five.
While this will result in reduc
ing the annuities as contemplat contemplated
ed contemplated in the original bill, they
would still be considerably high
er man at present.
i. Free survivorship benefits
to spouses would "have been
granted to half up to $4000 of
the original annuity under a
2875 as first introduced. The
measure'papproved by the sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee reduces this "free" a a-mount
mount a-mount to half of up to $2400.
3. For surviving children, the
know the truth and the
PANAMA, R. r, SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1956
a couple of cigars in Tampa yes
Iterday but blew all then smoke at
the Eisenhower administration,
Ezra T. Benson if Presient
senbower signs the farm bill and,
Stevenson tore' into the "big
businessman's government" set
i l n l : t'
uv me Aeuuuncans. :
,. .. 4.tJ
4- AI" J:".?-!.'?!?,
A". 4" .?.t-. 1 if...l
,; ..j I.'.rj'
EXCHANGE CAMPAIGN PINS
They scook hands and pinned
jammed around them, hyeing a
box of cigars Kefauver clutched.
under his arm. btevenaon jokes,
"what does this mean, Estes?
You eoine CorruDt on' me?" ',,
Stevenson jokingly implied
that the Tennessee Senator was
passing out cigars to gain votes
in the Democratic presidential
choice primary May 29.:
Kefauver smiled and went Into
his campaign spiel as he pumped
Stevenson's hand. 1 Then as they
' s 1 ..... f (NEA Telephoto!
IKE SIGNS BILL At the Augusta, Ga.; National Golf Club, Club,-President
President Club,-President Elsenhower signs a bill -authorizing $760,000,000 for
dual-purpose dams and reclamation projects in four Western
states. Known as the Upper Cplorado Bill the measure has
been pending for about two years.
Retireme fit System
OK'd By Senate Group
present $360 for a child with one
parent : and $480 for a child
without either parent to $600
and $720 respectively.? "r T.
4. An employe leaving Govern Government'
ment' Government' service with less than 20
years' service would be able to
choose between leaving his de deposits
posits deposits In the Civil Service Re
tirement Fund for an annuity at
age 62 or having part of his con contributions
tributions contributions used to give him So Social
cial Social Security coverage for his
period of Federal service and re
ceiving a refund on me remain remainder.'
der.' remainder.' .: -';,
5. Employe contributions would
be Increased to 7. rv V? ?
6. The original Mil made some
changes in the requirements for
mandatory retirement at age 70.
As approved by the committee
there would be no. change In the
present law. -,-
7. The committee eliminated
language which would have ex-j
tended hazardous retirement
coverage to additional employes
of the Bureau of Prisons and
Public Health Service; Instead
it agreed to have Its staff make
a comprehensive study or me
merits of other jrroups beinR in included
cluded included under hazardous retire-
ment. The bill approved by the Honse Civil Service Commit Commit-Senate
Senate Commit-Senate last year, S. 65. for Bu- tee chairman Murray introduc introduc-reaus
reaus introduc-reaus of Prisons and Public ed HR. 10436 providln' msior
neann service wumers is now
pending before the House Civil
country is safe '- Abraham Lincoln.
Ad I ai Receives
continued their brief chat,' both
candidates continued., handshakin
with bystanders crowding around
.them. rt .4 'ft i.-,--'
Stevenson apparently got in the
Ei-ilast word, "may. the best
t word, "may the Best man
This cigar manufacturing city
oh Florida's west coast and its
tourist resort neighbor. St. Peters
burg, rarely had seen such vote-
seeking activity as the two major
candidates for the Democratic
nomination went all-out in person
appearances before the "aver-
bill passed by Congress this week
as a "good bill" and declared it
should be administered by 'some-
v----.rh :vi10u. totl "me of the
kl. Prflint Finhower 8maU businesses of the nation are
l.vft,,Eh. fve perU," he said.
u "rj.! .T-
TV 11 vll im uwto. uvivvnt
will resign and be replaced by a
new secretary whose" views are in
harmony with the new law," Ke Kefauver
fauver Kefauver aaid." 'S
He added that his suggestion
does not stem, from partisan po
"As Democrats seeking to win win-thiS
thiS win-thiS fall's election, we are better
off with Mr. Benson ia the cabinet,
8. Deleted also from the orig
inal measure was a provision
permitting certain employes to
coum wwaras jreaerai emi
Service retirement service per
formed as employes of the van
Other actions taken by ; the
1. A subcommittee was an
pointed to conduct- hearings on
longevity Increases (S. 2928) and
retroactive wage increases for
wae board workers (S. 3465)
2. A subcommittee was named
to hear testimony on the down
gmdlng measure, HR. 3255.
. 3. A subcommittee was an
nounced to hold hearings on the
Administration's executive sala salary
ry salary increase bill, S. 2628.
4.. Johnston announced hear hearings
ings hearings will be held on emplove emplove-management
management emplove-management relations legisla legislation.
tion. legislation. ..:;... :. .; ,
" 5. The committee chairman
stated he will introduce legisla legislation
tion legislation to assist former Federal em em-nloyes
nloyes em-nloyes already retired and that
hearinss will be conducted on
6. A nrelimln&rv rtnnrt of its
Security subcommittee was ap
proved ny me lull committee.
meaicai, surgical and hosDltal
I covera ge for Federxl employes
I j r
but as Americans seeking to re
store our farm economy, we would
be better off without him," he
Said.. :., ff.
ATTACK BIG BUSINESS V"
Attacking "big business" in gov
ernment at the cabinet level not
only representative of big busi
ness, hut three from one company
and not one who represents 16;-
000,000 18,000,000 orgs n i c e d
workers in this country."
ine lorraer" Illinois governor
101a a meeting 01 some 50 Tampa
union omciais mat uenerai mo motors
tors motors collected profits before taxes
nation's farm families.
"Whan on. .nrnA,.;A ... k..
that magnitude, I believe that the
have long since
hope of the Republican party keen
ing its, promises to the" farmers
and the laborers 7 he said, adding
mat "growing discontent" in the
farm areas has reached a "crisis
Monument To Irish
CARRICKMORE, Northern Ire
land, April 14 (UP) An Ameri
can-financed monument of Irish
men killed in the fight for .Irish
independence was blown up here
The monument, being built with
funds gathered by the. Tyrone
Men's Association of New York.
never had been finished. It, com
pletion had been banned by North Northern
ern Northern Ireland authorities.
The pre-dawn explosion demol
Ished the monument,, leaving only
the granite base, the steps and a
heap of rubble. v
The monument was located just
180 yards from the main road to
Armagh in this town which has
a strongly pro-Eire" population al although
though although it is in the Center of North
Authorities of the Irish Anti Anti-Partition
Partition Anti-Partition League said the explo
sion was a "wanton act of crimi criminal
nal criminal destruction and desecration of
the memory of the dead.
Car Pool, Thumb
MILWAUKEE, Wis., April 14 -(UP)
A transit strike shut down
bus and street ''ear traffic in the
Milwaukee-area of nearly a mil million
lion million residents yesterday, forcing
thousands to drive, form car pools
and hitch-hike. ;
But traffic inspector John Schoe Schoe-necker.
necker. Schoe-necker. said the city appeared to
be "taking the extra jam of car
traffic in stride so far."
: More than 2,000 bus and street
car workers went on strike, cut cutting
ting cutting off public transportation for
200,000 weekday riders, ;
Loans, Not Gifts, V
For Needy Latins
WASHINGTON, .April 14 UP) UP)-Assistant
Assistant UP)-Assistant Secretary of State Hen Henry
ry Henry F. Holland said today that La
tin American countries wa n t
loans rather than gifts' from the
He told the House Foreign Af Affairs
fairs Affairs Committee that they want
U.S. grants only in "temporary
emergency eases wheh thev can cannot
not cannot meet out by their own re resources.
sources. resources. r
He appeared before the commit
tee in behalf of the administra administration's
tion's administration's request for authority to
spend $98,400,000 next year in La Latin
tin Latin America and technical aid and
mutual defense programs.
By Chinese Reds
TOKYO, April 14 (UP) Chi
nese Communists claimed today;
their anti-aircraft guns shot down'
one Nationalist jet fi enter and!
damaged a second plane that "in-1
tmded over a coastal Island.
A Peiping radio broadcast said;
the Nationalist planes .were a a-mong
mong a-mong four F84 jets that flew over!
Fuyao Island, in Fukien .Pro-'
'Sr? th111 UCK-TRAIN WRECK This was the scene
(Srcle)' nefrrC,,nBe;,traJ?l.uCoUided with KoHne truck
tarciej ,near Wauchula, Fla. Three persons were burned to
r ' death Jn the accident, ...
r'IDICINS FOR IKE This rmusiial ."bottle of pais for Presi-,
dent Eisenhower was made by glass artisan William Schilling of j
Vmeland, NJ. The bottle, an apothecary jar, bears the warning,)
For External Use Only,' and contains a supply of golf balls lor
ruse with discretion whenever weight of : workaday problems I
hangs heavy." A blown-glass figure of a golfer is mounted on
the stopper. The gift is from the Buena Vista Country-Club
In Vinelaad. ..' 4 .
f!lHJLATFVY'JSt.8nown in-Saarbrucken, Germany, J
f Jnfse new IWranc postage stamps. They are two of three
to be issued by the Saar AdministraUon for the 1S56 Saar fair'
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