The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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Egypt Sews Up

2 Arab Kingdorns

CAIRO, April 21 (UP) Egypt today signed i military
. pact with the Arab kingdoms of Saudi Arabia and Yemen.
. An announcement here said the tripartite alliance was
concluded at the Saudi Arabian diplomatic capital of Jedda.

The slgnlnc followed a meet meet-inn
inn meet-inn of Egyptian Premier Gamal
Abdel Nasser, King Saud of Bau Bau-61
61 Bau-61 Arabia, and the imam Ahmed,
- ruler of the desert kingdom of
Yemen. ;
- Agreement on the pact was
reached after Intensive talks be beta
ta beta pen the three "Arab leaders

; that lasted until early this morn morn-ing.
ing. morn-ing. '"'
c The new military pact kinds
still tighter the "southern
' tier- alliance which- already
links Ejypt with Syria and
' Saudi Arabia.
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NEW YORK,' April 21
rhsrlei MsCarthur, nusoana oi
- actress Helen Hayes ana play playwright
wright playwright chronicler of the roaring
'20 s of which he was madcap
. "paro died at New York hospital
today at the age of 60,- '' y
, MaCarthur entered- the hospital
April 17 suffering from nephrws,
a kidney ailment and severe ane anemia.
mia. anemia. He died at 7:01 a.m
In 1928 he wrote, ; with- B e
- Hecht, "Front Page"-, a w 1 1 d,
hardboiled smash-hit drama of the
- newsDaner business.' It set a pat-
. rn for motion picture, radio and
later, television; portrayal1.
of j
'oaoermen that real newsmen,
.,:n .r tfvinx to live down.
01111 ..
He and Hecht were authors lso
nf -20th Century," first produced
in 1B3S and recently-revived on
ih staee. in the movies and on

.'television. -!Hl'-iiQ
"V In Regent years MaCarthur' hd
been a producer as welt a a plajN
wright. At the time of hul death
- he was understood to nave com com-'
' com-' pleted new. play, based (uu the
lite of Lady Mendl, in which Mis.
1 Hayes was scheduled to star.
City Excitedly
Avuits Dbf :
Speech Tcnbht
, Panama" City was seething
with excitement today over a
scnedule speech tonight at San-
ta Ana Plaza by Vice President
tial candidate 'f emistocles Diaz
. in which he is expected U clar clarify
ify clarify statements made last wee

' 1955 assassination of president
i n cinnpr t inn wilii liic
IJose A.Kemon. .; ;
'"mo, ".ohtnpt member at the,
,,. vmu, as.
time of Remon's assassination
has also said he will nut the fln-
ppt nn tho.i Chirlaui candidates
: tn th National Assembly who,
h rlalmji are involved in a re
cent embezzlement Of funds
from the Chlrlqul National
Bank. -
Diaz apparently set off
round of political asltatlon with
the public statement that soon sooner
er sooner or later those who are really
responsible for the Remon kill killing
ing killing will be brought to justice.
This remark was Interpreted
by many as indicating that the
real culprits are still at large.
Wednesday night, Norberto
Navarro, one of the. leaders of
' the "Third Position." declared
during a mass meeting at Santa
Ana that President Ricardo A A-rias
rias A-rias tenure of office is illegal
In the light of DiaV charges.
,Aris was second Vice President
to Remon and wa sworn into
office when First Vice President
Jose Ramon Oulzado was jailed
on charges of complicity in the
Remon assassination. ..
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Explosion Clrims ;
A,ce Rocket Exnert
CANBERRA, Australia. April 21
(UP)' A nremature exnlotinn In
a test missile killed one of Britain'
top guided missile experts and
ri"'sly injured three others on
the WoomeVa rocket range, it was
announced toaay.
James Edward Lister, scientific
officer in charge of the current
series of missile tests at the range
in the Australian desert, was kil killed
led killed when the fuel ia a test mis missile
sile missile exploded prematurely yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. John McLoughliii, Herbert
William Hart and James Stanley
Price were injured.
x BALL'OA TIDES
." NOAY, APRIl
22
LOW
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1:31
1:54
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Ifniycrsily To (cd j
Pc.i:,-na'$ Law C::k$

The University of Panama, In houn Vdfr,., ,wo
cooperation, with, the Interr.?ZS,Hdy.iev0LP

tional cooperation Administra
tion (Point Four), will undertake
a project for codification of the
ifcws of the country in order to
laciutate the work of judges,
government oiliciais and. law
yen. -All
legal texts: laws; decree
laws, decrees etc., are published
in the "Gaceta Oficial.'
. il.
tor registration. ,f It I difficult
however for government offi officials,
cials, officials, to find a particular law
or decree and to know whether
it is still in force, to what extent
it has been amended or supple supplemented
mented supplemented or even whether rer-

(UP)-Htain subject matter has been

reguiaiea at au.
In order to answer all these
questions and to find their way
through the numerous volumes
of the "Gaceta Of iclai,,l lawyers,
judges and government officials
nave to spend much time and
effort. ... I
The new nroiect will lassifv
all the essential contents of the
"Gaceta Of iclar from
date as
of SSySSS
clsions of the Supreme
and of the Tribunal de to Con Con-tencioso
tencioso Con-tencioso Admlnistratlvo, with a
view to determine 'which laws,
decree-laws and executive de
crees are In force at the present
time and where to find therm
This work will be done under an
agreement between the National
Government, the Point Four
Program and th University of
Tennessee, It is directed Jy Dr.
Salo- Engel, professor of Inter International
national International law at the University of
Tennessee in collaboration with
Dean Narclso E. Oaray, of the
Law School at the University of
Panama, prof. Lino Rodriguea A A-rias
rias A-rias and, Lie. Rogelio Vasquez.
Professor Engel was formerly
connected with the World Court
and has published an annotated
up-to-date edition of th cur current
rent current laws and codes of Switzer Switzerland,
land, Switzerland, i -kv'
McCarr Touring -Army
Missions x
Maj. Gen. Lionel C. McGarr,
commanding general, USARCAK USARCAK-IB,
IB, USARCAK-IB, will head a nine membered
party leaving Monday for a five
day inspection tour of U.S. Army
missions in Costa Rica, Cuba, and
U.S. Army Antilles activities 'in
isU officer,
accomnanv 1 n a
Gen. and Mrs. McGarr dn the tour
'
will ber Colonel James L. Fnnk,
Jr., Colonel Joseph R. Russ, Col Colonel
onel Colonel Gines Perez, Lt. Colonel John-
"e
C. Brink, Major Silvestre E.
Ortiz, "Captain Maurice G. Pattpn,
and 1st Lt. GJI. Waple.

Vacation Prdgrasn Ends (Drats) Here
Willi Handicraft Exhibitions Slated

The vacation recreation pro program
gram program for approximately 700
children from the Latin Ameri American
can American communities In the Canal Canal-Zone,
Zone, Canal-Zone, will come to a close next
week with exhibitions of handi handicraft
craft handicraft held in civic center of each
town.. ".; v
The handicraft, which Is only
part of the work done on the va vacation
cation vacation recreation program; will
include embroidery, crocheting,
shell, bead and paper crafts,
textile and china painting, and
glass etching.
T As a grand finale of the va vacation
cation vacation program, the best of each
of the handicrart exnioiis iron
both sides of the Isthmus will
be placed on display at the Par Par-aiso
aiso Par-aiso Gymnasium from 12 noon
until 4 cm, Saturday, May, 5.
" Canal officials, teachers, stu
dents, 'and the general public
are invited to attend the final
exhibition. .
Community exhibits will be
held as follows: La Boca. Aorll
24 from 1 pfm. to 5 P.m. In the
La Boca Junior Hieh School
build'ng; Paraiso, April 25 from
1 to 8 p.m. in the Paraiso Ovm Ovm-nasium;
nasium; Ovm-nasium; Rainbow City. April 26
from 1 to 8 p.m. in the Rainbow
City Gymnasium;, and Santa
Cruz, Anrll 27 from 1 to 8 p.m.
In the Santa Cruz Gymnasium.
The recreation program, which
is a Community Chet activity
was directed sesin this vear bv
Mrs. Inez McKenzie. who is co-

1:11 p.m.iordlnator for the recreation pro

TROOP INFO
PLAN DARED

FOR TV HERE
To meet the ttfovMm.
tion and education rhaiuns. .
of TV program rvwsihiiiHo
discussion and interviews has
been outlined by U. S. Army Ca Ca-nbbean
nbbean Ca-nbbean information officers
' V Olnon' 'r IhrH
wtkt film hour prtMntitiens
nave kn rmouncJ faur-timtt-a-wMk
show.
---.. u cuuv.uun. ine
first hour, 3 to 4 p.m., will feature
programs of a military nature es especially
pecially especially prepared for military
'"-"" nuu ae i to r p.m. seg segment
ment segment will present military shows
especially prepared for civilian au audiences..
diences.. audiences.. v
"r.-o.-i"", wuuuicu iiy
i v-ume portion from
(ki i.;i..
They wiU be "live'' with filmed
support or completely "live.
.Tho first f if toon mlmrtos of
this hour will bo newscasts from
the Caribbean Forces Network.
ynf snioios. mo romonino
timofrom forty to fifty minutoi
will bo dovotod to information,
fyoo programs.
The filmed part of the informa-
non presentations, beginning Tuesday,-
May J, will begin with an
hourlong TV drama "The Rank."
The Wednesday hour will be de devoted
voted devoted to "This is Your Arm th.
Thursday show in three parts
- ? the
' t""si wui ue n n y lO-
rea ana "Heaaquarters USA."
ah me mms are nere, or are
oeing shipped here from Stateside
TV networks for showin ;
The Army will have each Tues-1
aayt vveanesday,- Thursday and
Friday for their share of the serv service
ice service wide shns. The Navv will hp
jOiiered Satuniay and the Air Force
Monday. All these showsrWiJL
be
ut me 10 p.m. DiocK,
In the more ambitious and locally-angled
part of the information
programs, the 56 points suggested
by Captain Taffe include all phas phases
es phases of Army life here. T h e v run
from interveiws with USARCARIB
pistol champions to ducussion on
U. S. Armed Forces Institute (US (US-AFI)
AFI) (US-AFI) programming; from a t a Ik
on "Behavior in Panama" to golf
lessons oy service professionals.
Some of the subjects cover:
Briofings on Junglo Warfare
Training Contor, on Port San
Lonronao, on IAGS, on library
focilitias; interviews of talent
winners, of Froodoitt Foundation
winners, of Disaster Control
lotdtn; and talks on : Guided
Missiles, soldior voting. Boy and
Scout activities, and Serv Service
ice Service Club activitias. i .
Also listed are such programs as
sanitation in Panama, conservation
of furniture in the tropics Balboa
ROTC activities, fishing in Pana-
m- end U. S. Army Caribnean
. i r 1
Xaiin American ocnoui acuviurs.
The programs are intended to in
form and teach servicemen more
of the services and advantages a
vailahle to them. They are prog programed
ramed programed to support the regular train
ing shedule. i ....
gram. She was assisted by six
men and 48 women volunteers.
The program started March 12
and in Paraiso, Santa Crux and
Rainbow City was scheduled
from to 11. a.m., Mondays
through Fridays each week. In
La Boca, vacation recreation
classes were held Tuesday and
Friday from 9 to II a.m. All ac activities
tivities activities were carried on In the
school buildings or on the school
grounds of the four townsi
In addition to handicraft, the
children were taken on outings
to Summit, and In the sports
line, went skating, swimming
and square dancing.
Margaret,
By MARGARET RICHARDS
- umtea Press Staff
'Correspondent
INDEPENDENCE. Mo. April 21
(UP Margaret Truman and E.
Clifton Daniel Jr., rehearsed In
Trinity Episcopal Church yester yesterday
day yesterday the ceremony which were to
make them man and wife today.
Reporters and, cameramen
here to cover the wedding of the
former President's daughter and
the New York newsman were
barred during the rehearsal
from the little church, where
Miss Truman's parents were wed
37 years ago. :
Truman Very Happy'
Meanwhile Miss Truman's fa father,
ther, father, former President Harry S.

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t

?ilB JM8?-: P1Ice officer, shows where a' home-made

u,iiu. iimiea irom a passing automobile destroyed the
v plate glass window f an automoblle'-agency on National
- Avenue early this morning.
h- 'j i, r, .",-! ,r
Home-made BombWrecks

Aubmobile-Rbw Window

A. home-made "bomb, thrown
from a oassiug car early today,
destroyed, the plate glass wu
dow of ah automobile gency on
National Avenue and damaged
two T. new ; automobilea. which
were on display. :
This was second act 'of vio violence
lence violence in two days apparently in
connection witlv the smoulder smouldering
ing smouldering political situation. f
t Thursday night police arrest arrested
ed arrested five-men who were using a
panel truck to strew galvanized
nails about some of the city's
main streets. All five were sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to 40 days in jail by po police
lice police magistrates.
The bomb destroyed a tire on
one of the automobiles and
shattered the windshield of the
other in addition to cracking
the plaster inside the showroom
or neurcemaite U Arias.
Police reported the arrest of
t m m m
Fcr 'Ic$ILu:r.i:I$'
Final preparations have been
completed for the special testimo testimonial
nial testimonial program in honor of Governor
John S. Seybdld tomorrow after afternoon
noon afternoon at the Paraiso Theater.
Hundreds of Latin American res
idents from throughout the Canal
Zone are scheduled to gather at 3
p.m. to attend the program during
which a testimonial will be present
ed to Governor Seybold by William
Jump, the oldest employe In point!
oi service in the canal organiza
tion.;? "p; !."'.'' '''
Latin 'American residents from
the Atlantic Side may, travel ,td
Paraiso on extra coaches w h i e h
will be added to the regular Sunday
noon train leaving Colon at 12:20
p.m. and arriving at Pedro Miguel
at 1:24 p.m. A special round trip
fare of SO cents from Colon to Pe
dro Miguel has been authorized.
The program will pe open to the
general public and has been ar arranged
ranged arranged by the Congress of Civic
Councils and music will be f u r r-nished
nished r-nished by the Rainbow City Com
munity Band and by the Fine Arts
Choral Group under the direction
of Maurice Heywood
Her Guy
Truman told newsmen that he
was "very, very happy, because
X know she Is happy."
I 'That's all that counts," Mr.
Truman said.
-
Mrs Marearet Parson of New
York, who U handling news ar
rangements ror tne ceremony
and the reception at the Victo Victorian
rian Victorian mansion -which, has been
the home of three generations
of the bride's family, revealed
a rew details of the wedding.
The Chancel of Trinity Epis
copal -Churchy was decorated
with large clusters of woodwar-
dia fems and arrangements of
white chrysanthemums. In both
the Chancel and the Nave, which
seats only about 150 persons,
white candlelabras with 18-inch 1

-4
e
Eduardo (Totl) White for nnei
tionlng in connection with the
oomDing..
Police said they chased White,
who was driving a car owned by
Jaime Padllla Beilz, editor of
the weekly pocket magazine
"18, but he eluded them.
Later the car was found aban abandoned
doned abandoned on Domingo Diaz Street,
where padiiia Bella has his of
fice. Police said the motor was
still warm and that a package
of galvanized nails was found In
the car.
White was' rounded ud later
and held for questioning. i
' fty II Ill"' I'
Five Did In Ciba
In Terror Fkres
HAVANA.' April 21 UP Flvt
persons were killed in Santiago
de Cuba today in a new outbreak
of terrorism.
. The dead Included two sol.
dlers, one policeman and two 21-year-old
students. Santiago po police
lice police said about a dozen uniden unidentified
tified unidentified persons in three automo
biles mowed down the soldiers
and poUceman In dawn attacks.
An';" army1' intelligence state
ment said It was Investigating
reports that orders" to unleash a
wave of terrorism had gone out
from La Chata Ranch, owned by
former President Carlos ; Prlo
Socarraa, four days ago.
6 Four student and one soldier
were injured yesterday m San
tiago during a student demon
stration before the court nuua-
Inr where a grouo of student
leaders are on trial on charge
of illegal possession of hand gre grenades.;
nades.; grenades.; t ., .,v..'t:iv -;!,' V-i-.vl
All schools were closed in San Santiago.
tiago. Santiago. Police cordoned Off the camp campus
us campus of the University of Havana
and diverted traffic from ad adjoining
joining adjoining streets In precaution a-
oalnt, atiiriArit. flamnnitrsflnnfl
'here.

Pledge Vow Today

white tapers were to be used,
The ancient pews, to use ; for
nearly three quarters of a cen century
tury century but newly decorated in a
soft beige, held clusters of string
smllar along the bride's aisle.
"' "'V :
i Pale Beige Gown
Miss Truman's gown of pale
beige Venetian lace more than
200 years old was expected to
draw a subtle note of contract
from the pale yellow and apple
green dresses of her attendant
Mrs. W. Coleman Branton of
Kansas City, and Mrs. John
Horton, North Hollywood, Calif.
Men of the wedding party
Mrs.. Carson revealed, were to
wear semlformal day dress, with
the groom in shepherd's check
trousers, grey waistcoat, and ox

Prince; Grace
At Balearics;
Leave Today

MADRID. April 21 (UP.
Prince Rainier and Princess
Grace of Monaco arrived on
their honeymoon today at Pol Pol-lensa
lensa Pol-lensa in the Spanish Balearic
Islands, the management of a
hotel there reported.
The manager of the Hotel Tor Tormentor
mentor Tormentor in 1 Pollensa told the
United Press by telephone that
the royal Monacan yacht "Deo
Juvante" sailed-' into Pollensa
harbor at 12:50 pjn,
if pollensa Is on the Northern
tip of the Mediterranean Island
of Majorca.
-
The destination ef the hon honeymooning
eymooning honeymooning couple had been
subject of daylong specula speculation.
tion. speculation. Their; yacht had been
variously reported sailing to toward
ward toward Spain and Italy's Isle ef
Capri.
' Officials of the Port of Capri
had said they expected the hon
eymoon yacht to put in mere
this afternoon.
' Only 'the yacht's crew nd
Grace's French poodle Oliver
can disturb them today.-
The couple sailed out of ViHe ViHe-franche
franche ViHe-franche Harbor ten miles from
here : yesterday and pointed
westward over a sun-specwed
sea.
i
A'etnallt' 'manV thought they
mav' enroy the solitude of the
anrf nass another day And
night aboard the gleaming
white yacht before heading lor
land. ... v.;-;.; 1 '..';:'. ,i
GruentherDenies
yhite House;Hope
VALETTA Malta, April tl
(UP) Gen. Alfred M. Gruen Gruen-ther,
ther, Gruen-ther, retiring commander of
NATO forces, today denied rn-
mors that he m'ght be a can candidate
didate candidate for the Democratic
presidential nomination.
"That's the most Inaccurate
report I've ever heard,' Gru Gru-enther
enther Gru-enther said. r
Gruenther made his com comment
ment comment on the bridge of the
British warship Surprise as be
reviewed a parade of ail ed
warships that took part in 10 10-day
day 10-day .NATO exercises in the i
Mediterranean. ...

Cypriot Communist Strongman
Goes For Shave; Cuts And Runs

wirrvRTA rvnrus Aorll 21
ftiPi The "stroneman" of the
outlawed Cyprus Communist
Dartv. under arrest since De
cember, duped his armed guard
yesterday and escaped from the
General Hospital nere.
Ezeklaa Papaloannou, secreta
ry general of the Akel Commu Communist
nist Communist nartv. was transferred un
der heavy guard from his prison
cell to the hospital Thursday for
treatment of an undisclosed au'
ment.- : -. -- '... ,.
Yesterday afternoon, he asked
the Turkish cypriot guard sta stationed
tioned stationed bv his bed for oermlsston
to go to the washroom to shave.
Permission was granted ana
Panaloannou walked Into tne
washroom, closing the door be behind
hind behind him.
The guard waited outsiae.
ford gray Jacket His attendants
and Mr. Truman were to be
dressed in the same manner, ex except
cept except that they were to wear
striped trousers, Mrs. Carson
said. ,
There were to be no top hats,
Mrs. Carson said with consider considerable
able considerable emphasis. She laughed, but
made no reply when" a reporter
asked whether the choice might
be homburgs, the headgear
made famous -on inaugural day
l?y President Elsenhower.
The weather man promised
Miss Truman for her wedding: a
day to delight the heart of any
bride. Bright sunshine from a
virtually cloudless sky, and
balmy temperatures probably in
the 70's were forecast for the
ceremony. t

Peace .Propaganda

Grabs

From Silent Briton

; LONDON. April 21 (UP)

Sir Anthony Eden to counter the headline-catching propa propaganda
ganda propaganda successes made by Nikita Khrushchev in the .last
three days, it was learned today. ri::::-
Khrushchev in two major speeches, has won iwidi
press support and admiration by puttina Russia's friend

ship call in blunt and easy-to-understand terms; li
Last night he pressed the Soviet "peace: offensive"
with q call for reduction and ultimate abolition of all arm armed
ed armed forces..:': 'Vv

1: He also boiled, the 'massive disarmament Vrtblern

down into the simple illustration of the fox chasing after
irs own ta ik; -" v r;' 4 -5 IV;1 - i t?'':

The latest Khruihchev speech
came as hopes of an East-West
agreement on the still explosive
Middle East sltuatlon.mounted.
The British and Soviet chiefs
plunged for the third straight
day toaay into meir ruiue sum summit
mit summit conference" Cold War talks.
Th Soviets have inaicatea
readiness to worlt with the West
o Middle East peace seme
ment through the United Nations
and to refrain from any saoo-
taging use of their security
Conntrv veto oowers.-
But againsi ine ioregrouna oi
th actual talks themselves was
the fact that the Soviets nave
scored, major propaganda victo
riei. '-:v.-i:--t-'-: '. .-
, The Russians have also pull pulled
ed pulled a fast one on their British
hosts by releasing the texts ef
the Soviet leaders speeches.-
' The British, on the other
hand, have been completely
silent out of respect tor the
mutual agreement to keep the
contents of the talks a secret.
The Soviet leaders made it
clear thev would resist any
Arab-Israeli settlement 'out-:
side of the C-N. In which Rus Russia
sia Russia would not participate, In Informed
formed Informed source said:
The high-level talksdescribed
by the communique as ''frank
and useful," took place among
these other developments in the
Soviet leaders' visit to Britain:
1. A Moscow radio broadcast
hinted at possible "high con-
When Panaloannou failed to re
appear, the guard called officials
and the floor was iorcea open.
The washroom was empty the
pajama-clad papaloannou had
fled. j,r.fi.' 'i- f'.
Police and troops immediately,
cordoned off the hospital and
security forces Stopped and

cnreisca au venicies in me v-i oe seieciea, wiui eacn being cpm-cjjjl-.-..,,
, t missioned geneijl or admiral of
But there was no trace of the the Army, Navy.:or.Aii Fbree.
49-year-old Communist leader. Caps and five si a rs will be pre pre-whose
whose pre-whose scarred face had earned sented by the VFW and wili- .be .be-him
him .be-him the nickname of "scarf ace.") come property of the w i d b e r t.

rapaioannou ana uiree oiner.
Communist leaders, including
the mayors of Larnaca and Li Li-massol.
massol. Li-massol. were arrested by British
security forces after the party r
was outlawed last Decemner.
They .were, held under the
emergency regulations Imposed
bv authorities to- comoat pro-
Greek terrorism.
British authorities damned a
blanket curfew on 13 villages In
northeast Cyprus following a
terrorist bombing r incident In
which a Greek Cypriot man and
a child were killed.
The victims were in an auto
mobile-close behind a military
patrol car The bomb missed the
patrol car and landed on the ci
vilian automoDiie.
All residents in the curfew a-
rea,. stretching from southern
Kyrenla Mountain to the sea,
were ordered to remain indoors
between the hours, of J p.m. and
7;3o a.m. .'.':,".
A partial curfew 'was also im
posed on Limassol "following, the
slaying of a man in his bed. j
AH bars, cafes, : restaurants,
clubs and dance halls owned by
Greek Cypriots were shut down;
until April zb. -' 1
All vehicles were banned from
the streets during the
without special permits.
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Pressure is mounrinn ni
cessions and sacrifices' by1 Rur -la
to its capitalistic neighboi
in order to defend the peace. Thf
broadcast said the principles- o
Lenin calling for such conces
sion still held true today and
were being followed by Bulgaaii
and Khrushchev.
2. Informed sources said t
Sovieus were preparing to pr-
,EPf ? "J,ew ferltlsl S o v i e
"friendship pact" to replace the
one scrapped by Moscow In anger
only a year ago; But informants
said no such proposal has been
put forward yet
Crowds gathered wherever Bui.
ganin and Khrushchev went to today
day today but they were silent and un undemonstrative
demonstrative undemonstrative and gave the Rus
slang hardly a cheer. ..
Urged 16 Write for
.Junior High School students of
tne Canal Zone have Until Mav-7
Uy submit their entries in the
"Commander-for-a Day" content
currently underway here. ;
The contest, which began', three
days ago, requires that all entrant
write an essay or sloean
Words or less Ion? nn "uhof Irm.
ed Forces Dsv Means t m.
Judges selected bv lh Vptor.n.
Foreign Wars will decide the win.
ner, and announce Armed Foroi
commanders for Armed Forces
Day May t.,.;. .;; ,.
A full dav nf MCtivtv It nlanl
for the winners, including the pres-
entation of a "General" of "Admi "Admiral
ral "Admiral commission by a hieh -rankinu
general, tours of the shortti me
commander s post, radio intarva''
and luncheon with : each service
commanding general of edmirr
previous winners are not-eli
ble to compete. And era nrm a r.
punctuation and neatness: will
count in judging. Entries should
be made in ink, on white paper ei either
ther either ruled or unruled,' and with the
paper about sxio.- .;..
Three boys and wee girls will
- xommissions : wiu be presented
by the commanding officers of the
services here-
Entries should be mailed toi l,
VFW Armed Forces Dfcv C e n."
test, PO Box 464, Curundu. j
Plane Dips Vflfii
In Salute Where
Pyle Wcs Killed
' FORT BUCKNER, Okinawa, A
prll 21 (UPl wj. A U.8. Army
plane today dipped its wing in
salute and showered poppy seeds
over the island of le-Shlma
where famed war correspondent
Ernie pyle was ; killed 11 years
agO. ;Y v;;" .',
The poppy seeds 'were-ap''t
from G.I.s assigned to the Ko Ko-rean
rean Ko-rean military advisory group cf
Taegu as a memorial to the news
correspondent who wrote about
the G.L's of World War 11.
The plane was flown by 1st It.
Hugo G. Jordenson, of Rigby,
Idaho, who is assigned to tha
663rd Field Artillery Battalion
on Okinawa. Sfc Johnny V. Na-
ron of Brownwood. Texas, spnn-
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HEKBLOCK'S
Sir:

I've been la bed for a d&y with a bad cold and Herblock's
.Here and Now." While it is not the Ion sought cure for the
X common cold; it certainly does cheer, up a common man who
has ue. -.
The book came to me from Brentanoj and Simon and
Shttster, the publishers, slipped in a little card with return
fostaga prepaid. The card said: "The publishers would like to
now whether this book has lived uo to your expectations. If

- -to. t?hv? And if not. whv not?"

.: Feeling a bit high we replied: I didn't think it could be
' -so good as the reviewers said, but it la so much better that I
.feel like cheering!" :--
' Now for at least three rousing cheers. The book contains

the best of Herblock's cartoons

ad in the Washington Post and Times Herald, and 80,000 words
Of text that is Just as good as the cartoons. I regret that some
of the Cartoons cannot be reproduced here to show what they

are like, but I'll try in my poor way to describe some oi tnem.
There was the one when Defense Secretary Wilson took his
crack at union labor with his famous remark sbout bird dogs.
It shows "Engine Charley" laying down the law to i figure
that symbolizes labor. In the foreground la an anxious Repub Republican
lican Republican elephant, holding a muzzle behind his back and calling:
Yoo Hoo Charley,"
" Herblock says in Introducing his book to the reader:
won't aay I'm not one to criticize, but I am one to criticize
and have been doing it for years. It's not unpleasant work
either, even though it doesnt get a fellow outdoors as much as
Kq'i like r
Then he does criticize caustically and humorously a lot of
stuffed shirts and phoneys and political nonsense. :
t nrnnrior whether John Foster Dulles will permit the book

to be added-to the overseas libraries of the State Department,

after the cartoon showing a foreign omcer ana njs wue bu bu-dresslng
dresslng bu-dresslng Christmas cards, and the former saying: "Dear I still
think we should have had this list cleared with the Depart Department."
ment." Department." 'V- M
The next day after publication a former employe of -the
State Department abroad called to ask where he got the Idea
tor the cartoon, He explained that he had tried to get, a Job
with the Army Signal-Corps, and was asked if he kept In touch
with any people abroad. His answer was that he Just sent a
lew Christmas cards. "Let's see your Christmas-card list,'' he
was asked. He didn't get the job.
Herblock shows in another picture why Foreign service Of Officers
ficers Officers may ba timid. It shows a figure labelled "U.S. Foreign
Sorvlce," with bandaged head and three daggers and an ax in
its back, trembling before an Irate Republican elephant; grasp grasp-,
, grasp-, ing a baseball bat and saying: "I hear there's something wrong
1 wt your morale." i r ;
There is a chapter on the Senator from Wisconsin, the one
named McCarthy, when he was running both the Defense and
State Departments. One picture shows that great Secretary, of
the 'Amy and friend of Cohn and Shine, named Stevens, sur sur-,
, sur-, rendering his sword to McCarthy, who says: "Okay, Bud, when
2 want you again 1 send for you." ;
Herblock explains; "Everything comes out in the wash, but
sometimes the laundry Is a long time on the way. By the time
McCarthy was toppled, at the end of 1854, most people were
sick to death of him and of hearing about him," I confess that
X was one of them. ; $ ,;i .-w.v-:
One delightful chapter is a letter to the board of directors
of the business administration signed by H. Block, Stockholder
(Common), He discusses the favors to Big Business and says:
. "Somebody Is always saying we He saps when we give food to
the hungry people somewhere, but I don't see what's so smart
about giving away our valuables to millionaires.'' A v
Tin afraid that Herblock would have to plead guilty of be being
ing being an tgghead; certainly of being sympathetic to eggheads.
He has a word for the eultists of mediocrity who see real dan

ger in education because it cuts

votes. The word tt yeggheaos. He says:
"To the yegffheads we are all either dopey or dangerous; we
should be treated like morons, or should be ashamed of our

selves for not being morons. This Is why they must keep a
constant watch on us. They have been working for some time
to make "intellectual" a dirty word, and probably would be

scrawling it on fences if they
:

BROADCAST BALL GAMES
Sir: . ,.;
' "0.1 Ball Fan" is absolutely right In his remarks' about the
needless trivia served-up by CFJf. during station breaks In the
course of baseball games.
Exasperating and nonsensical as this practice is, CJ.N. is
seemingly guilty of an even more illogical and unwarranted
policy. That is to the timing of it sports broadcasts.
.",)' Why put these games on the air so early in the afternoon
tha they are all but over by four o'clock; which is fine for the
handful of housewives who Uke baseball, but Ignores the bread bread-winning
winning bread-winning males who are on duty until much later on.
t How about a more realistic, programming? Let's schedule
the games starting from three or four o'clock or and thereby
reach the maximum audience.
T I won't necessarily promise to re-enlist in return for such
consideration, but at least I'll get some degree of pleasure out
of hl hitch. 'v.
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Labor News
-And
Comment

Tbis eolomi kas beea prepar prepared
ed prepared by Victor Riesel's sUfi iol iol-owing
owing iol-owing a bedside conference with
the stricken colnmaist)
Perhaps more than anv other
Derson in or around th lahnr
movement, Walter Reuther knows
me anguisn ana pain and torment
or victor iuesei as ne" suffers
alone in pain on a hospital bed.
For. like Ripcpl Rnthr i
'victim of the mobs. Like Riesel
ne was attacked lor getting too
close for comfort to the nub of
by a still unapprehended gunman
wao sprayea oucasnot at mm
from close range as the Auto Un
ion uuei was preparing a late
Slinnpr nsrk in th bitihn nf him
Detroit home on April 28, 1948.
adoui a year later, uniaemmea
assailants also tried to kill Victor
RAnthpr Waltor'i hrnthnr and
close associate in the UAW. Vic Victor
tor Victor lost an eye. Walter almost lost
his hand, which is still partially
iDBfalvzed.
l the Reuthers know, too, the
warmth of the public, reaction to
tne anacKs on uiem, iney anow
the generosity, even of strangers,
who sent their wishes for a speedy
recovery and prayed tor tnem.
They like Riesel today must
havs felt that at lnnff last indigna
tion was so high that the mobs
would be on the run.
Rut their elation was ihort-hved,
For despite huge rewards, their
assailants have never been cap
tured. Soon their storv lost its
news value, and drifted further
back into the pages of the papers
and then faded completely.
And the Reuthers know full well
W ho mnhRPBnpriallv those
inside labor thrived and pros
pered and broadened weir scope
until, now, they are more arro arrogant
gant arrogant and more deeply entrenched
ikan AvAP hpfar.
; Curiously enough, ihe recent
acid attack on iuesei nas creaicu
itmiuniitra and onoortuiiltv for
in lad labor in an all-
out asault against the thugs who
have infested American unions.
And tia r,n rnunt on SUDDOrt
from some top labor officials who
h hn frustrated in the bast
in their efforts to clean house.:
Foremost of his oacaers, w
course, will he. ueorge meany,
president oi me Arti-viu. w
founded the crooks in labor a few
years back ty 4 oemanQing-nu
winning approval for the expul expulsion
sion expulsion ol the old Longshoremens
a.cn frnm the AFL for being
racket-controlled.. .. j,,L
Meany will maite tne Art-v-iu
attorneys available to law enforce enforce-.n.nxtpi
.n.nxtpi enforce-.n.nxtpi anxloui to aet the
aid of decent labop in the fight
against the underworld, m a lew
days Meany wU announce j this
in we mienni, Arumr uyiuut
one-of labor's brightest lawyers,
has already volunteered nis serv services
ices services to assist in the apprehension
, nio.ol'. assailant. This is Clear
indicaUon that both of these men
believe that the source m uw -i-tack
can be traced to labor racke-
nf the Machin
isU Vnion and chairman of the
Ethical Practices commiueo m
the AFL-CIO, has
nouneed his desire to aid police
Officials. mbI
And David uuumsaj, uijo.
.i t.. i mAM narment Wortters
Union ana a meiuirei
committee, wiU also be ta Reutb,
's corner if and when he sparks
the fight. Dubinskv u i old friend
tf wside
I vigil last wees i -r r
it appsrent that he. too, wiU
tx.1 V;h .trolnst the hoods.
not uiteiy io v :h.
ever els. mighty, said ol the
peppery rea-neu
he knows the temper of the rank
and file union members. Ana m
ana uw r.ee union
tne pmi.ww loud.
guy nas will win
B . labor, v
Jm ire aware
neuvnw ; "--"- .aueed
during we necuc
T S.'rly.wortheae
ment for a r;c...
wage, he's not likely
lates: signa u -'.ietsi
Reuther Is a sharp strategist.
He doesn't waste too muC
on unpooulsr tf m
,a,ke7s'"ijnion rally
of
in
Wssnrngion o -r-
hi
fully
r.o ? K ta'ck m
lie
He
him
ana nis u. ---- ,u
that
,t If he waiwi
be
running Deninu u T
inn
iver one to
And
lead
nlentV
w y ui"-,7e Coun-
In June,
Jrai he'll
cil of
the Mru- i over
hairln
. ...w.toorinff inside
corruption
ana i
labor.

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Kef
WASHINfiTOV fNVIS
What does Estes Kefauver stand
for? What would hia noliele ,h
if by some miracle the tall Ten-
essee senator should be able to
beat the pros, cop the nomination
and be elected president?
Kefauver is hest knnum n hi.
televised anticrime hearings of a
few veara. a so his invnnila.
linquency investigation that grew
ww v. mat, buu ins siuppiag ox xne
Dixon-Yates private power deal in
the Tennessee Valley.
ui ne nas ideas on almost
every other issue extant. And it
is these ideas, which he is now
try tne to sell the enuntrv in mn.
vince the voters he's the man for
we jod.
"I will strive "in the future, as
I have in the oast, ta advanr th
forward-looking, progressive tra-
aiuons oi we uemocrauc party
which characterized the admin administrations
istrations administrations of Presidents Roosevelt
and .Truman." -.j
Kefauver's farm policy, : out outlined
lined outlined at Sieournev. la.. Feh. ?7
has been generally misinterpreted
as advocacy of 100 per cent perity
support prices ior au crops, wnat
he really said was: ;
"I intend to Dronnsa that n
have 100 per cent price supports
rrom wose larms snowing a gross

Walter Wintlisll In

BROADWAT
Faces Out Front: Deborah Kerr.
making her initial visit to a Broad
way ja spot (Basin Street) and
finding Duke Ellington's rhythms
Real Kerrazy. .Ranion Navarro
of Hollywood entering St. Patrick's
Cathedral at 6 a.m. . .The Ben
Gages (Esther Williams) stealing
the show from "The Ponder
Heart" cast at the Music Box. .
Harpo Marx in Lindy's attired in
Hollywood apparel (sports shirt
and slacks) impatient to catch the
first plane back to Palm Springs
. .me reter una myes (Mary
Healy) quitting Nassau after 5 days
to get warm in Manhattan. ;
Javna Madnw a fitrniv in Pniea
emoeuismng uie ruigsiae ai &i
i. 1 1 l J .' i I
Morocco. .His Honor, the Mayor,
surrounded by New York's politi
cal elite, two nights, in a row at
the Stork. : .Ann Jeffreys setting
smiles of recognition from pass pass-ersby.
ersby. pass-ersby. "It never happened when
I was in Broadway hits. Only since
teevee!" r .Celeste Holm at the
fluffing: "I'm anxious to see the
movie version of we picture.
Sallies In Our Alley: Roy Ham.
mors oDservauon on we Monaco,
........ ..
pouce-cameramen : orawis: iu
bet a lot of the photogs are sorry
they ever left Jayne Mansfield!
. .The wags suggest the trouble-
laden show, "5trip tor Action,"
be re-titled: "Strip (For Auction."
Midtown Vignette: Ginger Rog
ers and family, dining in the Cub
Room Sabbath eve, made a happy
Dortrait. .The conversation wasj
orisk and hveiy. .The laughter
echoed all over the place. .In the
foyer a man, who had just hand handed
ed handed his hat and topcoat to the bat bat-chechick,
chechick, bat-chechick, decided not to mar Gin Ginger's
ger's Ginger's happiness He retrieved his
apparel and departed. .Because
an exiting star told him she was
inside. .Jack Pepper. .Her hus husband
band husband when she was a kid.
Memos of a Midnighter: Harold
Patterson invested 125Gs in
"Rtrln Iffor Casaini: 120.000. .
Variety's hilarious kewp: Strip
per Lili St. Cyr s new specialty
in Vegas is called: "Grace Kelly's
Weddine Nieht!" . .Gloria Gra
ham's divorce action (in Paris
is retarded because Cy Howard:
hasn't worked out the property-
settlement. She has a newlove..
They say Agnes Moorehead and
the husband she divorced (a few
months ago) may give it another
wliirL... James Jraddockvqr and

Assurance Won't

a u vers Views
By PETER EDS0M
revenue of $7,000 6r: less; 80 per
cent on income Between sv.oro and
S20.0001 TS oer cent iln tA aso non
This graduatlve wiU give the ma major
jor major benefit to the family-type
farmer instead nf thihio- AM,
as a supplement,' Aeiauver pro-
poiei a looa, stamp pian.; "it
would work," says Kefauver, "be "because
cause "because it has worked."
His plan would make' food
Stamns. issued thrnimh atatn. ,-
lief acrenpiet. redeemahl fnr
plus foods a regular stores par-
ucipaung in we pian. He says
about 18 million low-income fam families
ilies families would benefit, t v -.
' Kefauver's labor policy was out outlined
lined outlined at Duluth, Minn., March 15.
In rnnm-pss. VafauvM .i.tiil
against the Taft-Hartley law?. "I
win wv are iaceawiin we nec necessity
essity necessity of rewriting this Taft-Hartley:
Act," he says now. He meaas
repealing it ;
"Two-thirds of the n a t i a n a
workers still lack union pro protection,"
tection," protection," he says. ,,The state
'Rlffht.trt-Wnrk' lam narmletihU
under Taft-Hartley, breed strife
ana contusion, mey ought to go."
iieiauver xavors raising mini minimum
mum minimum wave frnm ii in tl 9
hour and taking in the 45 per
cent of the workers not covered
Colette Pinay (kin of the ex-French
rremier) was the Chateau-Ma
drid s longest hand-holders. .The
Tommy Dorsey-Statler tiff was ex
aggerated. The band continues to
June 23rd. .Billy Daniels' shoot
ing mess cost him his filmed tee
vee series. No ad agency will risk
it. .Harvey Matusow (he foes
to trial soon) is working in a big
uept. store. .Audi KagonS, top
model of Miami Beach, is here
studying TV dramatics and Mel
Torme.
New York Blues: PhylUs Mc-
Guire (McGuire Sisters) and her
CBS commentator groom obtained
a divorce at Juarez, Mexico, In a
most unusual manner. .He ap
peared were with her attorney.
They made a joint application for
freedom. .Mexico grants such
abrdgrations when there is mo
tual agreement no children no
financial or property dispute. .It
is all as simple as re-registering
your ear. ..Her action was based
on "temperamental differences"
. .No counter-accusations, .The
decree was awarded to both.
With Miss McGuire. paying all
.costs. .Besides settling her ex s
recent
altercation with a news-
cameraman out Of court ... &ne
paic
ful
aid the photog $3,500. .The play-
Incident whicn pretacea we
divorce (in which her law was
broken V cost her almost $75,000
Coast to Coaster: Carol Chan-
ning and husband A. Carson, ex
perimenting apart, are doing it
geographically, too. He's in De Detroit,
troit, Detroit, Mie's in Hollywood. -.The
Joan Collins-Maxwell Reed 1 es estrangement
trangement estrangement will be heard on the
23rd. She is expected to settle
things off the front pages by giv giving
ing giving him the alimony he seeks. .
Schwab's (Hollywood) will not
carry any of the scandal mags. So
that none of the renowned patrons
will be offended. .Ells Fitzger Fitzgerald's
ald's Fitzgerald's new radiance means she will
wed her new Californian heart. .
Ramsay Ames' reason for shelv
ing movietown for Madrid: "I like
the living there." . .The reason
is a wealthy Spaniard. .Song
stress Kay St Germaine (Jack
Carson's ex-wife) has lost that
tense look. Her new pulse-hopper
stu Woodruff, Doubleday's West
Coast man. .Jayne Mansfield's
husband (suing for custody of their
tot) expects his star witness to be
Eisa Maxwell. .over we Dite
the child took out of Elsa's, shall
we say, -limb 2

Run Away fcither"

by It now. He Is cosuthor, with
Rep. James Roosevelt (D-Calif ) of
social security law amendments
that would greatly broaden its
coverage and benefits.
&eiauver isvors pubuc power
development.
In a speech before the REA Co
op at Pipestone, Minn,, Feb. 18,
ne said:
"I believe .that, federal, local,
puouc ana cooperative eiectnc
systems are indispensable yard yardsticks,
sticks, yardsticks, supplying the competitive
element in an otherwise wholly
monopolistic Industry.''
Senator Kefauver oDDoses most
of the extreme measures of the
internal security program. He out out-lined,
lined, out-lined, hit. views, in ;a- talk before
Unitarian Laymen's League, an
"I am one of.thbse'who is wor
ried about the concept of guilt by
association ana tne use oi we eon
fidential informant," he said. "Un "Unless
less "Unless we are prepared to accept
a different wav of life, this erosion
of basic American rights must
eease." .. ..
Kefauver refused to sign the
recent manifesto of 100 southern
congressmen, callinfi for legal op
position to the Supreme Court de decision
cision decision declaring public school
segregation unconstitutional. :
Men torn
The Bia Break: Eddv Manson's
harmonies provided all the back
ground music for the movie hit,
'Little Fugitive.", Took him 13
hours to compose. .His new film,
"Lovers and Lollipops," opens at
the Normandie. He wrote the score
in 12 weeks (50 minutes of music)
and he conducted the crew of 30.
All top N. Y. musicians. .Manson.
almost overnight, finds himself ele elevated
vated elevated from harmonica player to
musical director. He is grateful.
he says, to the Breaks. .If they
hadn't arrived he would have
been back in Macy's basement.
wnere so many snow-folxs now
work 'between shows."
Times Square Circle: The May
fair Bar was the scene for Yas-
mina's fury. She is the Latin Q's
hip-flipper. Witnesses report she
punches like a middleweight. .In
siders Insist the Nanette Fabray-
Marty Mills matter Is "far from
shattered" v .Simone Silva and
her Indian potentate drowned their
idyll. .The Billboard, which
dropped its legit-theater depart
ment, may discontinue its Donald Donaldson
son Donaldson Awards the Broadway "Os
cars." The weekly cut we drama
section to get more space for tee teevee
vee teevee and music. .The Bonnie Sis
ters open at the Copa with Tony
Martin on the 26th. They were
Bellevue nurses 4 months ago. The
col'm suggested Godfrey try them
on his Talent Scouts program
which they -won. And now the
CoDa. (End of Wand-Wavine).
H. Hoyt, producer of "Strip for
Action." has a nurse wiw mm
at all times. Prettier than any girl
in the troubled snow.
For Diversion Seekers: Jsye P.
Morgan's new record: "Play For
Keens" by Bob Allen, His recent
delights are "Moments to Remem Remember"
ber" Remember" and "No, Not Much" -Tim
Hovey's adult performance m "Toy
Tiger." Tim's a very little boy. J
Betty Ann Grove's thrashing On
the networks. .Greta Keller's new
album: "Music in a Midnight
Mood" . .Lorry Baine's version
of "Why Haven't 1 Told My Heart"
i .Any part of tne impenaie
menu. .The delightful way syivis
Sims renders "I Could Have
Danced All Night" ...,'v
HARE TODAY, ETC
PIERRE,' S. D. (UP)- The
State Bureau of Criminal Investi Investigation
gation Investigation here reported the theft of
100 jackra'obit carcasses worth 550
from a store in Winner,

WASHINGTON Harrv Trn-

man, asked by newsmen w New
York whether the 84th Congress
would be a do-nothing Congress,
said: "You can't tell until the
Congress is over."., . .
Congressman Ken Keatins- (V
N.Y.) doesn't aeree. He claims the
84th Congress Is getting nowhere
fast
Sen. Lyndon Johnson the Demo
cratic leader, disputes this. He
pridefully points to the fact that
congress Has already passed 412
bills, Including such earth-shaking
legislation as the loan of two sub submarines
marines submarines to Brazil, granting federal
compensation benefits to Civil Air
Patrol members, and penalties for
violation of we f ederal Seed Act
Johnson also sloufhs over the
fact that out of the 42 bills passed
by Congress, 220 are private bills
which help congressmen get re reelected
elected reelected but which do not help the
general public.
it appears to outside observers
that Congressman Keating and the
Republicans are right This. Con
gress is on the way to doing not
much of anything.
There are several reasons, as
iouows:
I, Lyndon Johnson, Who did a
great Job last year, -is now handi
capped py a neart condition which
requires, him to go-back to Texas
to rest every two or three weeks
He has taken four vacations -since
Jan. 1. Eisenhower has taken
three. You cant lead the Senate
or the country with a part
time leader.
..2 When John ten works for the
nation as a whole he is superb
But when he works for the Texas
tycoons snd his own campaign
contributors he is a tragic failure.
This year he has put the latter
ahead of the nation.
3. Speaker Sam Riyburn, one of
the truly great legislators of our
time, is getting old, has been wor
ried 'about the long illness of his
beloved sister, and has been ab
sent from Washington. Sam -has
also been trying to keep peace in
a Democratic family which has
Adam Clayton Powell, the Negro
congressman from Hariem on one
side, and race-conscious Georgians
and Mlssissippians on the other
side. v.'..
So when it comes to passing im
portant legislation, here is the re
sult: 1 '
School Centtructlen stymied
in the Rules Committee, thanks to
Congressman Howard Smith of
Virginia. Rayburn, however, can
round tip enough votes to get it
out of committee and to a vote in
the House. .So far Sam has stalled,
not wanting to-inflame tempers
and tesr .the Democratic party
aoarVwith a .debate -over segrega
tion. Now, however,, such friends
of ihe Negro as Jimmie Roosevelt
of California and Dick Boiling of
Missouri -have persuaded many
congressmen that segregation
should not be mixed up wiw
school construction and that the
Powell amendment refusing fed federal
eral federal funds to any schools which
ignored the Supreme Court, should
be defeated. Under these condi
tions, the bill will probably pass
Civil Rights A bill to protect
the voting rights ol Negroes has
made some progress in the House
Judiriarv Committee and will
probably reach the House floor
for a vote. A similar but broader
bill is being pushed by Henmngs
of Missouri In the Senate. How However,
ever, However, there is little chance that
either will be passed. A Senate
filibuster could easily block any
civil rights legislation.
C..1.I cirlv Senator Bvrd of
Virginia and the Eisenhower ad
ministration are aiueq. in vying
to block reforms to give pensions
to disabled workers of fifty years,
reduce we pension age iw wumcu
fmm a in as. and extend pension
benefits to more white collar and
professional workers. e8Pl
Byrd Opposition, however, this bill
will pass. It has already passed
we House.
President's 2nd Wife
ACROSS 4 Greenlsnd
Tyler
g naaB 1
t Depend
t One who
Tyler's-
wife died to
the White
' House
11 Puffs up
IS Rounded
14 Legislative
body
15 Anointed
II Mariner's
direction
1? Separate
column
1 Years (ab.)
20 Enrolls
2t Frighten
. (suffix)
10 Scatters, as
hay
12 Vend
13 Makes lace
edgings
11 Three-toed
sloth
20 Expunger
21 Cuddle
22 feminine
-
appellation
21 Light helmet
(var.)
24 Nimble
27 Nether regions
31 Slogan -13
Mislead
34 Bullies
33 Adduce
3 Warble
37 Mother
(Latin)
31 European
pochard
41 Calf's cry
43 Ribbed fabric
41 Measures ef
type
41 Armed fleet
52 Dinner eoursl
l IS Spread out
' IS More facile
M City in
- Germany
81 Canvas
shelters
DOWN
1 Masculine
appellation
2 Rubber trees
3 Narrow way

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Highway Construction The
Democrats fell for the blarney of
the hiff trupkintf Inhhv .t i..., - J
put the cost of highway building
uiuui or proportionately on the
small mntnrist as nn hi tM,.L
er. Republicans took advantage of
Democratic, stupidity or obei obeisance
sance obeisance to the lobby and changed
this. Legislators are now wrangling
over another lobby-sponsored pro
vision to reimburse telephone
companies ana ue Utilities, for
movinff their nnlps whan hiahw.u.
-o r "-b" a j
are' broadened. v
Minimum Wage Revision The
new $1 minimum wage went into
effect March 1. An attempt to
raise this to $1.25 so soon won't
get to first base this session. The
roadblock in the House is Labor
Chairman Graham Barden, who
can't be budged. Senate Labor
Chairman Lister .Hill of Alabama,
always nervous in an election
year, will permit minimum wage
heanngs, but won't let the bill get
beyond the talking stage.
Public Housing Senator Leh
man (D., N.Y.) is pushing bill to
provide 600,000 low-rent, publle
housing units In three years, plus
an ambitious program of low-cost
loans for the middle-Income brack brackets.
ets. brackets. Senator Capehart of Indiana
has introduced the administra
tion's housing bill, which provides
only 35,000. public bousing "units
next year. A -compromise: (closer
to Capehart's than Lehman's ver-,
sion) probably will be reported to
the Senate -It stands a 'good
chance of passing if it doesn't get
tangled in the segregation issue.
Income Tax Cost No hearings
have been held, except on meas measures
ures measures to extend corporation and ex excise
cise excise taxes that otherwise would
drop automatically. There has
been a lot of. talk in Democratic
policy buddies, about a drive for
tax cuts for we low-income uracK uracK-eta.
eta. uracK-eta. This talk hasn't yet been Vans-'
lated into action. Chief difficulty:
tax .measures must pass through
the conservative House Ways, and
Means and Senate Finance com committees.
mittees. committees. . ..
other measures: Postmaster
General Summerfield's. campaign
to increase the price of postage
stamps will get nowhere. Flood
disaster insurance, while it hasn't
yet been voted out of committee,
should pass Congress in some
form. President Eisenhower wont
get the foreign aid he is asking.
Senator Douglas (D., 111.) wants
to establish a federal agency to
administer aid to depresses areas
this might get through Congress in
Atrial fnrm if the economy takes a
dip. Alaskan and Hawaiian state-
hood, rejected last year by the
House, seems to be stymied, this
year, ? .'. :
five Girls Enter r
Maxim's" Club ytr
Queen Contest
viv. vnuria- a-trl have entered
the Maxim Club's queen' contest,
it was announced today.. The
contest will end on Aug. 11.
Tha anf rteo mere 11tjd ax MiN
cia Ford. Marva caton,' MeUnda
Carrinrton. Danhn Marshall
land Claar Walters
Wife Of Ireland
Minister Passes
DUBLIN. Ireland, April 1 21
(UP) Mrs. Ida Mary Costello.
56, wife of Irish Prime Minister
John A. Costello, died here to to-day
day to-day following a heart attack,
She had been 111 for the past
several weeks. Her husband had
returned here April 1 from a visit
to the United States.
Answer to Today's Puiitg
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44 Amperes (ab.)
48 "Emerald
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21 Pair of singers 47 Encounter
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30 Soothsayer India
32 Electrical unit 80 Drink mads
SSAmbary with malt
3 Heavy wagon 81 Put on
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41 Fencing sword sprite
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Services Sunaay 10:00 un. 11 rtiO aoe
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Spaiuxa Bible Scbool
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- Axicoo Boulevard
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' Phone Balboa 17
' William H. Beebj. Faster
, aruiwtaj avauoi .-. .. ...... t.m
- Morning Worship .. 10:4 a m
Bdum Irauun Unlosi .... 1:30 oua
' BvangeUsUc Service t JO vjm
I Uaatlna Wednea-
Ura IJO aja.
' W JaA Bibl Studj Thura-
4ta ISO 1
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Id owdUiI'.v ,aB
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HarxariU Aveoua at 6tb StraM
UaraariU, Canal Zona
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Momint Worship ......-... 40 Ml.
Baptist rraining Onion...... f.30 pjn.
Kvanlng Worship T:45 p.m.
Rmtharhood. Tuasdaya ...... T: O-ra.
Frayer Services, Wedntadajf t'lP
W M.0.. at Srd rridaya
6.A.. RL, Sunbeams.
Fridays .. P"-
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la faoroury Street. Phone:
11:00 liullnws Meeting.
3:00 btnday School. J
1:30 Salvation Meeting..
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Building No. 1080, Phone: 1hUSt ;
. U:M lioiineas Meeting. ;
- 1:00 f-unday School. '; '. ; ;'"
" :; IJO SVvatlon Meeting.
PAilAiSU CX '4. K;
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11.-M H-ilineis Meeting, :
3:00 Sibday School.
I JO Salvation Meetinf. , j
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COLON CtNTRAL ;:. e
Bcnior t apt. and Mrs. C. Meoitsawniy.
; Uth SUee Phone:
' 11:00 Holiness Meeting. t v,:
3:00 Sunday School. ,
1M wlvation Meeting . v
COLOkI IHIRb STREET
SCaptain Syslln Taylor""!' I" "T
' 11:00 l.'ulinejs Meetuig. :
J 00 Sunday School.
- ? JO Salvauon Meeting
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liavey J. Gilt
6L Kuta and Jamaica Street
11:00 Harness Meeting.. !.:,
; -3:00 Pinday School.
1:80 Solvation Meeting i
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Phone 3-355 -r jt
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11:00 Worship Service. : :'
3:45 p.m-Sr. Vouth Fellowship.
:0O n.m. Jr, loiith rellowahip. i
MARGARITA : i
The Rev. rem a W, O lander. Panoe,
:- :SU Bible School 'fi ; 'i
10:43 Wonhip erviee and Church-timi
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BALBOA C j
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. Balboa Rd. al Son Pablo St :
Phone 2-1486Churcb,-OHke t-XBt,
IJO Church School free buc narvice
Panonaae Diwweuon Grauo,
10 JO Worship Service The Expanded
! Session lor Nurwy, Kinrieraarten.
' Primary and Junior Denta.
, Church-time Nurerv for h.'ldrea
, under 3.
ft) Junior-High rellowshlB.
(:00 f-ost-Hlph Fellowship '
1:0 Smlnr-High TellowRhlp
OAMBtJA : v
- Or Waiaei M A Merlon. Minister.
OWce Phone, gs70 Residence Phone
. s-i3a
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10:40 -m Momina Wonhls
111 1'wJiel
rtU. MtTHODIhl CHUBCfc
iBrlti-b Conierenre
Bev. William H Armstrong
Uth St, Panama Ci
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0:00 pas Sunday Sckmtl
1:15 o m Cvenine Frmm ano Hei muu
1K1NITI tU.'lHUUIl CHUkCM
lib Street and Melende Avenue.
Colon. BP
Be. Samuat W aider). Mlnbrtet V
tati a.m. atorntna Service ana Uof)
Comniuninn
, 3pm Sunday School
1:13 p.m tvenuip Service.
iHoty Cammuninn 1st Sundavsi
londay 1M o-aa Prarei Meeting.
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. Rainbeia City. CZ
Bee Samuel Waiden, Muuataf
8nwto services lie an p.aa
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ttUtibrtAJi acifeACA jit,iiuifc
farat Church el Christ, dcienust. Anew
30 Aocoa Boulevard.
Snooty urn, wedneaoev pan
Suodav School M Las
rtrM inarm t chrsu, auesitssL Ulilaae
Uih Street BoUvai Ui(kwa
pjnu SrlMMW SB
- Sunday 11 :00 aja. Wednesday iM pja
i
Cslhclic
.'m tf isri nniam-.lalSH
Sunday Minrsf 1:00. 3:00, 10:00 and
Holy'Sy Massaa: l Uil
-- C nil n m
Confessions: Saturday. 1:30 te. 10
and 10 to 3 00 pm. Thursday, before
Fust Friday: 7:t to : P..
Miraculous Medal N ovens: IM P
on Mondays.
Catechism elaan aflat the 1.-00 mass
on Sunday. ' .'
Hign bcnooi auioy M"
Wednesday. ;. s ; ."S
BACKED HEART Aacea
Sunday Massas: IM IJO IJO
Holy Day susses: tSS am. and IW
Contesslons: Saturday 3 30 ta 10 pad
7:13 to 3.00 p.m. Thursday beiore First
Vridav t -OQ n.m.- .
Sacred Heart Devotional )( an
Fridays;
Catechism CUai:' 1:11 to tM pm eh
Thursday. -.
OUB LAD1 OF FATIMA Cumndn
Sunday Mass at 1:00 a A
Holy Day Mass at IJO pja.'
ConlaasioDsi M to Ai pja. OP SaV
Uchiaa Ci Saturday IJO ta 10
tJD. j ;- "":-.V :
' aTT. JOSEPH Paralse
Sunday Masses at 10 and 101 Wa.
Holy Day Mass at 1:00 p m.
Weekday Masses: . M a Jn,
Confessions: Saturday IJO to 4 JO and
IJO to 1:30. M-
Catechism Class: Sunday 3 i0 ta 4 SO
pm.
. Miraeulaua
an erll.W
Medal Novenai IM pJa-
convert msBiKBonw inswi ii
8T. TW CENTS Panass Oty
Sunday Masses: 1:00 and IJO a.m.
Holv Dav Masses: 1:30 and 1:00 p.m.
(It it falls on Saturday the Mamas are
a .do ana :w a.m.)
Confessions: Saturday IM to SAO and
IM to 1:00 p.m. Thursdays before first
Friday 1:30 p.nv
Miraculous Medal Novena and Sta Stations
tions Stations of the Cross: Friday 1HW pja.
Catecblmi Class: After IJO aaae.an
Sunday : '
Convert Claasi dJO pm Tuesday and
Thursday i
ST. THERFSA'S CeceO
Sunday Mass: 1:30 a.m.
Holy Day Mass: tW am (It it falls
on Saturday :30 a m.) a
Catechism Clasat IJO ta I HO am on
Monday.
Confcaridnt l0 te IJO am Sunday.
ST, JOHN BAPTIST DK LA SALLB
,'. Parqu Lefevre
'SundaJ Masses: 1:30 and I3 PW
ttrk nivx Mass! 1:30 Mon. Thura..
Frl. end Sat First Friday mass: IJO am.
. Holv Da Masseat 1:00 am to 1:00
aJ PM ' ",
Confessions: 3 SO to 4 JO and 1.-00 to
3:00 pjn. on Saturday.
Miraculous MedaJ Novenat Prlday T40
P Catechism Clasat ISO p.m en Sunday
Convert Clasat Monday 130 pm.
BT. THEHMES La
Sunday Mass: IM am ; : :. .,
Holy Day Mass: IJO pm.
onfmiuons: Saturday 1:30 to 1:30 PJA
Thursday before First Friday 1:30 pm.
utecnism uaas: pn- w ""
Sacred Heart Movenai 10 pm. on
Friday
conven viaaa: sw pm. umu.
-.-Vr ATLANTIC SIDB
;, ST. JOSKFH'S Colea
Sunday Masses: 1:45. 10 and 0:11 am
Holy Day Masses: t AS and 10 am
and :45 p.m.
Conlnsions: saruraay tw w sm
70 to 3:00 pm. v
Miraculous Medal Rorenai Wednesday
I:1S and 7:00 pm.
Sacred Heart novena: snoay i:ia pjq
Sunday Evening Services 10 p-m.
Convert Class: 1:13 fam aa Mondays
and Thursdays. r -,
Catechism Class: sunasy io:is am as
U:4 am. 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 pm.
. First Friday Exposition of Most Bless Blessed
ed Blessed Sacrament all day. Reposition, at IJO
a.m. Saturday momina.
First Saturday Devotions to our uoy
of Fattma The Holy Rosary 50 a.m.
First Communion instructions tor cnu-
dren Mondays and Thursdays 0:00 to
78 pm, "-
MIBACVLOU8 MEDAL-Crlsthal
Sunday Masses: 1:00, 10 and 10 JO am
Holy Day Masses: 10. 1:00 am and
5:13 pjn. v ;
Confessions: Saturday 40 to 10 and
10 to 1:00 paw After Rosary each eve-
ting, i
Miraculous Medal Novenai 3:11 and
70 pm. on Monday.
Catechism Class: After 1:00 Mam en
Sunday.
First Friday Exposition all day durtni
the School Veer.
Flfnt Saturday: Mass at 10 am.
HOLT FAMILY CHURCH-Margarita
Sunday Masses: 10 and IJO am
Holy Day Maaaasi 10 am and 1:13
pjn.
Confessions: 40 to and 70 to
10 pjn. Saturday, --.
. Miraculous Kcdal novena: T0 pm.
0nMonday. I
Church History Group ever Tuesday
at IJO p.m,
' Teen-Aage Club: IJO pjn en Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. . t.
Catechism Class: 40 p.m. Thursday.
First Friday Devotions: 70-p.m.
day 7 JO pm, ... ...
ST VlNCENTSRahlbew City
Sunday Mameum -gjo a m. and 10
Am.
Holy Day Masses: 10 am and 10
pm.
confessions: 40 to 10 and 10 to
a:uo p.m baturday.
Catechism Class: 10:43 a m. on Sunrt
Convert Clesa every Monday at 10
Miraculous Medal Novena: 10 pja
on Tuesday. -
Sacred -Heart Novena: 10 pm an
Friday,.
" ...
IMM ACUI.ATB CONCEPTION -GalttB
Sunday Man; 1:15 a m
Holy Day Mass: 3:00 p.m ':
Confessions: gjo to 70 pm en Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. v ,. .,
Catechism Class: 4:00 p.m an Monday.
OUR LAD. OP GOOD COUNSEL
' Gamhoa
Sunday Masses: 10 and IJO am.
Holy Day Masses: o am and 10
pjn ...
Confiasions Saturday at 10 pja .and
after all evening devotions.
Baptisms by appointment
Miraculous Medal Novena; 10 p.m
on Ti esday. -1
Sacred Heart Novena f pm an
Friday.
Sunday School: 1 30 pm on Sunday.
Religious Instruct ion Class for Chil Children.
dren. Children. 4:00 p.m on Thursday
Relliious Instruction In iHuiti ilm,.
ducted to Spanisfal: 10 pjn on Mon Mon-day.
day. Mon-day.
Convert Instruct! one by appointment

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Episcopal
Tea St Bev. B. Reber Ceedsay S.TD-
The T0 Be. M kichard IfacDeanM
A.Ntoo CI
THa. CATHtDRAL OF ST. LUKB
SUNDAYS
IJO an hotv Communion.
IJO aa Santg Communion. 4tb Sub-
... day), - j
:1 m. Church Schoot -, 5
0:4a a m. Eacueia Dominical.
11 M ip Morning Prayer and Sermon.
. noiy communion. (First Sun.
day l.
10 psa, twening Prayer and eemon.
WEDNESDAYS
1:30 ia. Holy Communion.
7"00 pre Evening Prayer, v
HOLY DAYS
00 am Holy Communion.
I JO a m Holy Communion.
- DAILY
1:11 a m. Mornlna Pravar. ' . I
12:00 Mi. -da) Missionary Prayers 1
isosui fW UUB 8AV1UUB
Third Street New Cristobal
The Rev. Milton A. Cankinn. P-m
SUNDAY
Holy Communion 10 am
Church School IJO am
Mom.i.p Prayer ,
and Sermon 110 am
(First Sunda, Hoi Communionl
" Vesper Service and t
Youth Fellowship d-aa mm
WEDNESDAYS . i T
Holy Communion ......... IJO im
Choir Rehearsal IJO pm
A House af Prayer for all people.
COCOU
' Cfeetrll Rl Amdrm
The Re. WUliass W. Baldwin, Priest
In Charge
SUNDAYS -. :'
Holy Cwnmuniea
Family Prayer and Church School
1J0 am."
Morning Prayer and Samoa U ajg
IHC first Sunday in Month).
Evening Prayer. IJO pm
Weekday Praver 1:00 am v ;
Chapel at the Geed Shepherd
In Re. Clarence W. Mayas
3.00 am Avery Friday Morning Pray
ULC.' tot OTMtay.i
. ejAMBOA
Bt Blsaea'a Chaicb
The Re. John Spear. Priest la Charge
SUNDAYS .
Mornio Prayer. 1st and 3rd.
Sundays 10 JO am
tioiy .cenmunion ana Bar Bar-von,
von, Bar-von, 2nd and 4th Sundays ... 10:30 am
aunoay scnooi :uu pm
Youth Fellowship 1:00 pjn
Evening Prayer,.... ....... 10 pm
MONDAYS
Girls' Friendly Society ... 1:00 pm
WEDNESDAYS
Evenini Prave and Ssimoa 10 am
THURSDAYS
Holy Communion 10 am
Woman'a Auxiliary. 2nd and
tin Thursdays IJO pm
Hr. LA BOCA ...;., -Bt
Petai'a Chnwh
The Re. John Spear. Priest In Charge,
sunvaia
Choral Eucharist and Sermon 13 am
Morning Prayer and Church School
10:00 a.m.
Children1 ateeharltn, trt Sundays 10
am ; -i -. . -
, Holy Baptism 10 pm ..Ssi
Evensont and Sermon 140 B ra. .
MONDAVi THRU SATURDAYS
Holy Cummunion .......... 7 00 an
Evening Prayer 1:00 tun.
ex cent Saturdays. ComDime 1:30 am
1st TUESDAYS A 3rd MONDAYS
Woman a Auxiliary 1J0 pm
. MARGARITA -.
Cbareh of St Martaret
Cornel at Espavd Ave., Breee Blvd.
The Be. Miltoa A. Ceeksoa. Pastor
SUNDAtS .., ;
1:30 a lo Church School
1:30 a m Morning Prayer and Jsiinun
ilst Sur ds ys. Holy Communion)
JO .m. Confirmation Instracuona.
ratu asxtj
' Chapel at The Holy Comforter
Tnj U B. Shirley, Priest fat Cksrre
every -nietday i:30 am Holy ue
PABAISO
' Bt Albsn's Chorea
- t-b. Bev. David A. Otberae.
' Priest to Char aa
SUNDAY?! i .1.
80 a.m, Choral Eucharist Sermon
120 nou Infant Baptism : ;
3.00 nip. Church School -(heid
ir Building 1311
50 em Youth Fellowship
10 im, Evr.wwi and Address.
2nd AND 3rd WEDNESDAYS
7 JO pm Woman Auxiliary and Al
tar Guild Meeting s
, PANAMA Cm
Bt Paul's Chnrcb
Hie Vm. Lemuel B. Shirley, Rertet
The Re Flta kV AlwelL Deaeea
SUNDAY..
1:00 am Holy Communion
10 pn Sung Eucharist at Sermon
10:45 lot. Morning Prayer and Church
- School .-
12:00 nocr Holy Baptism
70 ..n Solemn Vernier
TUESDAYS .
1:30 a m Hory Communion
WEDNESDAYS
o tm Moij Communloe
10 Dm TEvenlne Prsver
THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
0:30 I m. hoi Communion
HOLY DAYS
; 0-00 a m. Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH Bk-TlIE-StA
Fetauveal
Colon. I af
(Opposite Hnte) Wawitnetreit
Tap vm. Ma inert J. retersnn, I
The Re Henry A. Blake
' Aseortste Reefer
SUNDAYS
(0 aja Holy CommuntnaL
0:00 s.na Choral Eucharist and Ssrraea,
. 10:30 am cnuren cnom Bess ion
1:30 eat Solemn Cvenannp and Bar'
WEDNESDAVa
10 am Holy Communion
10 p.m Cvenine Prayer and Sermna
IJO on Adult Confirmation Clasp
- . THURSDAYS w
00 Piaver Guild
.. ... .. FRIDAYS --
tiOO aja Children' Jucharist
. SATURDAYS
100 Am Junior Confirmation Clam
IJO em. CVmoline end Meditation.
HOLY DAYS
10 a m. Holy Commiinloa. ;
, RAINBOW CITY
Chuni of St Mary, the Vrnrtn
The Rev. Jeha A. ftoaMIng,
- Priest to Charae
SUNDaid.
Sun lucriarist 1.-30 am
Chur a. School . :43 a.m.
Evem-uif and Sermon .... IJO pm
WPDNFSDAYS
a.vii.. arm aeruHae- .... le pjbl
THURSDAYS
Holy Communion. .(..,... 10 em
s v-- .. GATUN ... .,,
irj, Bt Geern'a Cbereb
: The Be Jeha A, Spalding,.
Priest to Charae i
1st AND 3rd SUNDAYS '
Holy (cmmunlon 0J0 aja
2nd ANf 4th SUNDAYS t
atonnrg ryer .. -v. '.j-"
ond Seinm IJO in
Cbureh ScbooL each Sun 10 jo am
v auC ABAJO
t -CbrHiupherH t'Parrh
ia tl arne "efevsa
Th Jtrv Clareore Pr Hayes
T t Priest In Charge
.'- ) ,m
Sunday ekhoot ,. 4 10 JO pjn
Hamini- oas ano sit
lajrt-
t veiiH,i travel Hiolt 4tjd t arn
im ano Jro Sundaya
Woman Auxlllarv gne 4Y Kb SuiHta-
UN p m

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Othsi Churchss
CBURCB OP THE NAIARENb
Ajicon. CZ
Minister: Be. Elmer O. Nebaa
Bus aa, Ancon, Ci. Balboa eun
Sunday SchobJ 0:43 a-m
Morniug Worship ......... 10:30 a m
Youth Service 0:43 pan
Evening .Service .......... 1:30 pm
NXM.S. Service 10 pm
Prayer Meeting. Wed 1:30 pjn.
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama R-P 23rd Street East
Be aV N. Bnwn. aainlstae
SUNDAY:
Divine Worship 0:30 am
Sunday School ...........1 30 am
Sunday Matsaa I. 1:43 11:45
on. ,ujr awr. sunasa acauiM
-00 am ; v.
JEHOVAHB WITNESSES
Meetings Thursdava at 1J0 am and
sunoaya i w pm. wan Memorial.
800 BalUa Road. Balboa,
. CHURCn OP JESUS' CHRIST
OP LATTKR-OAK SAINTS (MeeaneaV
Sunday meetine ta the JWB-USO. La
Boca Road. Balboa. Primary and Priest
hood IJO a.m. Meeting; Sunday School,
1:25 am.: Sacrament Meeting, 10 JO am
- A thin tie Branch
Buudlng zoo. Schoolhousa Road,.
. Gatiin. Canal Zone. v
lelephone, Gatun 364 or CHstdbal Sttl
Sunday School 10:00 am Sunday Sae-
-ement Meetine IJO am Pri echoed
Meeting SJ0 p.nv Wednesday Prlnary
aHi pm weanesaay awuet aocierj meet'
uig as announced.
- CVUinUS CBUTsaTain
- N CHURCH
Rev Paul Holloway, Pastor.
Office. Curundu 110
' Home,. Curundu IUI
Sunday school
1:43
Moraine Worahlnt It e m.
' Youth Meeting p.m.
Eveoing Worship ..
'., pm.
"... OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH .,
St Raphael The Archaagel
13th 6t Wast Na I
Hot) Cucbsrist: Sunday at r30 am
Tuesdaya, Wadnesda and rhumdav
J0 am
Sacrament o Unction (Healrne Bar.
Wee) First Sunday at each month at
IJO am .-
Meaun HaHnel. Chrtsttaa
Panam I P
Bt Re T- .ana a D
emriatlna.
Momina davotto a ........ 00 am
Fellowship Worahra Bl ....11:00 am
sunaay acnooi at ............ aw pm
UrviM Sarvtee at IJO am
,.-. BAHA1 CENTER
BAHAI'S CENTER ,-M
M ,-M First Street '
UrbanlxaelOD El Carmen. Panaml City
Uirormal Talaa and iMcussioaa
Thursdays.. ......10 pm
. Cel Ith A Freed Itreets
. (nDstatra Aaaerkaa Saxaar)
Brudy Ciaaes.....IhumdaTS. 1J0 am
BETHEL MISSION CHVRCR
" Espalaba St, Paralso, C Z. ''
Rev Waldaba R Stewart, Pastor )
Sunda: 110 am Worship Servlce.
10 p m. Sunday School, v
1:13 pm Gospel Service,
Monday: 1J0 Young People's Society
Wednesday: IJO Mid-week Christian
Fellowship. ...
Thursday: 10 cnolr RehearaaU
Fridayj' IJO Women's Missionary So.
ciety. v .i. .. .v. ......
TUB CHURCH OF COD
1033 Eighth Street Colon
' Rev. G. W. Graadiaea. Paste
Sunday Schol 0:39 am
Morning worsblp 10:30 a.m.
Night Service ............... 1J0 pm
' 1 FIRST CHURCH OP OOB
' Car. Jamaica and' Trinidad Big, at,
nip Rainbow Cltyy Canal Zm
, Rev. G. W. Graadisen. Paster
Morning Worship 10 in.
Sunday School' .............. 10:30 a.m.
Night Service 1 JO pm
THE CHURCH Of GOD i
. New Providence
Mrs. Maude Hlnas. Paator
Sunday School 100 am
Morning Worship ., 110 am
nignt service lav pm
, THE CHURCH OP GOD
Panaml City
Car. "N and Mariano Arasemena Sta.
Re. Wim. J. Ishnisn Paster
Sunday School .............. 0:30
Morning Worship 10:30
Night Service 1J0
am
am
pm
THE CHURCH OP OOD Rla Abaje
, Meate Oecure Bd-llth St
Rev. Wa J. .Ishsaaa Paste
Sunday Schoo 1:30 am
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
nignt service ............... iai pm
CBURCB OP THE POURSQUARA
. 4l GOSPEL r
' iJfull Gospell : :
BALBOA
At Rebecca Lodge, Balboa Road at La
Boca Rd. Rev. and Mrs. Carl V. Tbomo
son, Psstora. v
Sunday School ,..,,.,...,.100 ajn
Morning Worship 110 am
Youth Service IJO pm
Evangtllstle Service 101 pm
' CHURCH OF OOD (Pentecostal)
- Rev. B E. Wataon, Overseer t
Phone 1-428, Bex 253, Gamboa
Churches at Paralso. CZ. (Re, and
Mrs. Herman O. Whytel. Colon. R.P.
(Re.' Fernando Lorenee), Rio Abajo
(Rev. and Mrs. Charles Hiynest, and
Cativl (Re, and Mrs. Clifford Greaves).
Sunaay and wees days services at all
churches,
1' . T.m .. ...
Posts and Bases
rscipic SIDR V i
t .. Pretaataat
FORT AMADOR
Sunday School 10
. Morning Worship .v 10 00
Church-Time Nursery School.... 100'
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School (BulMln He.
12) 10
Momlng Worship 10:11
Wednesday Evening Prayer Meet
lng and Bible Class IJO
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School (Building Me
711) IJt
Morning Worship 10:45
Evening Worship IJO
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School 0:3(1
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club). 1:30
Morning Worship 1:15 A 10:45
Youth Fellowship .............. 1:30
L Eevenmg Worship 1J0
U S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday School t JO
Morning Worship 110
Holy communion First Sunday
of Month I
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Holy communion (episcopal)... 7:3"
Momlng Worship 1:00
Holy Communion First Sunday r
el Month! ..
ralbellr
FORT AMADOR
Dally Mass , ,i ..... ....... I 30
Sunday Masses 1:.10 A a no
Confessions. Saturday ,..g:30 A 7:30
Sunday ...... ..i.,...,,.,gJ0 A :0U
FORT CLATTOrl
Daily Mass g 4b
Sundsy Masses ......... .7:43 A 011
Confesslona. Saturday ..7 JO A 10
Sunday Mans 10 JD
FORT KOBBE
ir
Saturday Mas g-tK,
Sunday Masaea ...7.00 A t oo
opanisn ..v. ...... .......... iai
COKOZAL
Dally Mass s.. g-3ii

no. mi i 70 A gjo
Confessions, Saturday (Building

- f

ACCEPTING AN HONORARY membership in the VS. Army
Caribbean is Brig. Gen. Thomas F. Van Natta, UJS. military
attache to Mexico. Van Natta, a visitor here this week, re received
ceived received an U-eun honor guard salute upon his arrival. MaJ.
Gen. Lionel C. McGarr, a military academy classmate of Van
Natta, presents the honorary membershio certificate.
" f (UJS. Army photo)

JI:!d 01 Erncrs:r.cy
D:cl:rcd b C:?3:l
Dcch Vcrkcr Strike
CALCUTTA. April 21 (UP)-The
Sovernment 01 West Bengal today
eclared a itite of emergency fol fol-lowinit
lowinit fol-lowinit another itrike by 10,000
communm-tnauencea aocii wota-
Tha tlrVere' n1aiMt 'an : eicht
in Calcutta hwboijgfor lix dayi.
. Th atrikera nlaced an light
point demand before port authori
ties including requests ror oouuie
rata navments for StindlVS and
other holidays, fuU-day payments
lor saturaayi, ana payrami
monthly wages on uo im m ev
ery month. v;-'-v : ;
The government Issued orders to
arrest all the top Communist lead-
ICI0 VUi wtnrna. ,-,----
I m .t at, aa 1 at Km
aaasaa Mill VFiaaV mVPSFir llllf If! 1? I IILFtltA
Deiore i imgio one vuu.w
TA ... W1imaUl vntlrapRl W Oil 1(1
Ale Tf ireiltl Vt v wa aav
jm.i Jt.nkit'fktv.1 ril th Arrtfst
warrants against the Communist,
a a AU. amMMi4lftvn Tft
laonpn jib nuLxicir t,vuuiuvu an
end the itrike.
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Dally Maw
Saturday Man v:;"V
Sunday Masses .,..7:43
Spanish
10
' 70
11:45
70
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Hodman
Daily Mass
Sunaay Mass ..................
41
I JO
i
Jewish
Saturday s.w
iT.nnrmsr ATA FORCE BASE .'v.
Saturday .u. ....... aw
iicnjaa Pthnat
Friday iv
4 ATLANTIC SmB
t rrateataiit
FORT DAVIS
Eundav School ................. :9
Morning Worship 110
Midweek Fellowship, Thursday,. 7 JO
FORT GULICK
Sunday School 1:45
Morning Worship ..110
Vouth Fellowship. Sunday 10
O S. NAVAL STATION. Coca Solo
Sunday School 1:30
Morning Worship 11 :00
Holy Communiorr' First Sunday
. of Month) ,
Daily Mas 1 30
Sunday Mast IJO
Confessions. Sunday S;5
FORT GULICK
Dally Mass
Sunday Mass
Spanish ...... .................
ponfesaiona, Saturday ...1:01 A
70
7:45
1:46
70
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Dally Mass
Sunday Maas
0
10
COCO SOLITQ
Sunday Mass '.
7J0
Jewish 'X
FORT GULICK
Tuesday
1:15
. Seventh Day
: Adventist
Weelrlv Pa, lil in an rh..lM
foliowa i
SATURDAY:
Sabbath School I 30 a.m.
Divine Service 11:00 a.m. ,';
Youth'a Meetine. 4:30 ojn.'
Wednesday Bible Study and Prayer
oervice I M n.m.
Patlfle Side Fsnsml A Balboa District
Pastor W. H. Wallar-Tel. 23:3 3503
Cabo Verde, Ave. J. F. dt la Ossa No.
17..
Chorrll o Sth No. XI
Pueblo Nuevo XA SL batweaa Ird
and 4tn sts.
Rio Abajo 11th St. No. 17- - -Balboa
Chapel 0844 Gavilin Rd. Bal.
boa (Saturday onlvl.
Spanish Churches Faaaavt aad
rrbiAKela tlklrlrl :
fsstor Ruben Rufr
Panama, Cslle Dart en No.' 1 '
Cristobal, 16th A Bolivar Ave.
Gamboa A Frijolea. (
District raster A. A. Grkale
Tel. No. g-102
Gamboa Praltt Parkway Frijolea.
AlUnlle Side CoMe aad -Cristobal
District
Pastor Neblett-Tel. 38:821 1
Colon 3rd St. A Central Ave. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 10th A Bolivar Ave.
Central office: Gavilin Road-Tel. U
1831.
Jewish
Jewtrr Welfare Board Bid 7K-X La
doca 3oat Balboa, CZ Bibbi Nathan
witKU. n.iector.
Servle' Friday 7 JO djb Saturaae
3:3C pir.
I See a-fO lutings of Jewish earvlces
unCer aot Bases and SUtionsi.
v"Bivn-iiu sivi ays 171 1 I U SSI eJCS. AVf
nlda C'bi and 86th Street. Bella Vista
I tUiairaMuiiitii bTmJ aa A
ratuMiw viiy pu-vicei a.W PIS
lutherar.
RPTPRMFR LUTHKRAN mtlRm
' Balboa Road at Wight Street
Rev. Robert F. Gcnstrk, Faster
P.O. Box PM. Balboa.
Sunday Schooh Bible class 10 aja.
Divine Service 10:15 a.m.
Divine Service at Mar carl ta Sunda

too pm.-.' ..... .

.

'Sin Of Stalinism'
Causes Purge Of 2
More Cofniiiy Chiefs
LONDON, April 21 (UP) Po Po-land'i
land'i Po-land'i Communist reel me an announced
nounced announced today it had fired two top
government officials- in the second
satellite purge of leaders who com committed
mitted committed the "sin of Stalinism."
It listed them as:
; '- -''-V.
Stefan Kalinowskb ; prosecutor
general.
Staraislaw Zarakowskl. the chief
military prosecutor general.
Warsaw Radio announced the
men were being relieved of their
posts "in connection 'with the dis
covery of lerious deficiencies
which have occurred in recent
years." ? V ;
It said the sovernment had dis
covered "distortions" in the mili
tary prosecutor's office and that
were wai an "inadmissible" lack
of supervision of "the investiia-
five functions of the organs of
information of the Polish army.
It used almost the same words
to describe the fault! of Kalinow
ski. ,, v.- ,.
The purel came only a wr-r-lc
after Bulgarian Premier Vulko
Uiervenkov resinned after admit
ting ne nad committed errors nf
Stalinism following too closely
ine teacmngs of the late dictator.
St. Pefer Schedule
Changed l.'sxi Week
Services will be held at St. Pet-
er s church. La Boca, this Sunfla
at the usual periods, but the daily
scneauie nexi week nag oeen can cancelled,
celled, cancelled, i i iv 1
At tomorrow'! Eucharist, to be
celebrated at 7 a.m. bv the Rev.
John Spear, the. young people of
uie parun wui communicate in a
body in observance of Youth Sun
itav ... ..... ........
" . ..
The services of evensong ; 7:30
win De taken by the layresders,
with one delivering an address.
A meeting of the Parish Welfare
Council will be 'held after the cho
ral Communion tomorrow morning
to finalize plans for a talent ihow
which will take place at the Pacif
ic 5ervice Center next Saturday
nignt t:w.
Announcement his been made
by the priest that the schedule of
services will be Changed beginning
May 6 because of the expected
trnasfer of his residence to Gam
i. i ..... t
U.S. Guest Speaker
Al Methodist Church
Guests at the Sewall Methodisl
Church this week are Miss. Willie
Caffray and Miss. Miriam Grego Gregory,
ry, Gregory, American evangelists who are
touring Latin America. : $ f:-
Miss Caffray. of California, Is
conducting a series of ten services
at the Sewall Church every even
ing except Saturday,:; ';::fi:!X -X
The lectures delivered by Mist,
Caffray, who has visited every
continent with the exception of
Australia, are in English. Transla Transla-tidns
tidns Transla-tidns into Spanish are made by
Humberto Perez. ...
transfer of his residence to Gam-
during Miss, Caffriy'g lectures.
flow way to moke
delicious flan
Taslet ond looki like old-fash-,
ioned nan-buf you can make
Royal flan in minute. Jut! com
" bin! iho Royal Flan mixture ond
. milk in saucepan, bring it to
a boil, ond pour it into molds.
f Four luscious servjngs. Whoa ;
vou ihop-otk lor Royal Flan.

Assessor Answers
With Value Gusto
GRAND RAPIDS. Mich. -fUPi

City Assessor Harold A. Linn is
all set for complaining taxpayers
who say, "I'll bet the valuation
on your house is pretty low."
Linn Just opens a record boos
which shows the valuation on his
own home has been raised from
$5,100 to $8,900 during the past two'
years. j
"You're a darn fool to raise your
own tax bill,'' one taxpayer told
him. "It does cost me a little
money, but it answers questions
like yours," Linn replied.

THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the State
Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT; $5.00;
' ' t v . :
Wb make loans with guarantees on first -mortajs
or othsr sscurities.
25c. 50c. ?1.C0 and $5.CD
CHRISTMAS SAVINGS
deposits are accepted thru a period,
of 48 weeks.

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THE PANAMA AT1T.ICAN LS IMSFTEMJEXl PAILT MTTSPAm
SATTKDAY, Ami ?I, 1" J

Argentine Probers Term Peron
Teen-Age Girls Group Corrupt

- i .-

kLETv'OS AIRES, April 21 (UP):created under Feroa "corrupted
-wa official investigating commit-, and fooled the students in order

tee charged here that Feronist to sen'e the personal and politic-tecn-sge
girls organization was seL'al ends of the deposed president"
up by ousted dictator Juan D. Pe- In three years, the government
r-in's education minister "to di-.spent 270,000,000 pesos, equivaltnt
mract the president, who has lost, to (20,000,000 at the rate of ex-

his wrfe. (change then prevalent, on the
. The fiational investigation e o m- UES which provided girl members

missjoas suo-commuieee prooing'witn such faculties as plastic sur sur-into
into sur-into ienmist student organizations) gery, legal and medical advice,
charged In its final report that the'prties at presidential residences

t'nion of Secondary Students (UES)

By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service

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. NORTH tS
A72
; QJ10
WEST EAST
KJ VQlOlS
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4Qt7 v. ,; KI4
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North-Sooth vul.

1Vet North East
Pass tf Pass
Pass 3 4t Pass
Pass' Pass Pass

oath
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Opening lead 4 1

and lavish gifts.

- The f iris, the racwt said, hai
suite in Peran's presidential
mansion In the Olives district,
which culminated in the "sets,
tion ef ena wt Miese girls te live
with president Peron from the
nd ef 153." The report made
it dear' that this episode" refer refer-fed
fed refer-fed te Nelly Rives, Perm's bn.
nette girl friend who was with
Mm until Ms overthrow by a 're 'revolution
volution 'revolution last September.
The report said the UES organis

ation, ( with its masculine and fer

mlnine departments, whs admuus-

tered by 61 education ministry em

ployes under- education minister

Armando Mendez San Martin

The sub-committee charged that

the "corruption of the UES in

filtrated the schools, where its m

fluence greatly perturbed normal
school relations, undermining the

authority of the teachers...
"Youths were incited to rebel -gainst
morality and family and
were told by the dictator that 'he
who doesn't know immorality is
stupid.' "V

fcrs.-r-i Tri'D Life ventures

TORN? JUST TNEKiSHT V
TONS, THE NoiTTH AMER!iAJ '
POWNY WOODPECKER W
MAY FIRST PKUM.ON i v

' St ...

ffPl

The report said that Peren's
encouragement to ''let the kids
enjoy themselves" during their
stays at summer camps sponsor,
ed by the UES, led te the "girls
scaping, from, the dormitories
and net coming back until the
next stay." '.;
Peron and Mendes were direct directly
ly directly responsible for the direction

J! given the UES,. the report said.

t '. -. I Vice President Isaac Rojaj an-
a;. nounced that the revolutionary gov-

Lit to bridge players, it attacks ernment will publish a black Jbook

ouna and 'old and flourishes in ii aecuuu ijinuaj

document

ing the charges against the, ousted

Peromst' regime. 1
' Eojas made the announcement
in closing seven months of work
by fte national investigation com commission
mission commission in examining the records
of Peronist administration leaders
fof evidence of graft and corrup corruption.
tion. corruption. This evidence now goes to the
regular courts for prosecution.
The "first tyranny" implied in

eturned the.jueen.of dinmonusior tte -.btt. ffj ?- T..

a finesse, wnen tnis finesse sue- was me uKll"'"' :r
ieeded. South chuckled and tried'nuel de Rosas,. 1833-1851. The sec-

i spade finesse, : 'ond was feron s
This lost to the'oueen of sbades. ':' "- .."

ind West prompUy shifted to;prt Tkaff VlCtlltl
iearta. That was the end for South. V-Qr I 1161 1 iwlini

Ko matter bow he squirmed he had
to lose two hearts, a trump, and a
club. Down one.
1 South would have made his eon eon-Kact
Kact eon-Kact if he had taken n finesses.

pit winning th first trick with (he

loth hot and cold weather. An

example of how this scourge oper

ates is shown in today's hand,

West opened the three ot clubs,

fast put up the king, and South

- won with the ace. A heart open opening
ing opening lead would have, been better
for the defenders, but it's hard to
blame West for missing this lead.
1 South, a .confirmed finessoraa-

niac, led. a trump to, the Jong and

ti

Finds Au?t Himself
DETROIT (UP) Theodore

Kucharski. a maintenance man at
thn n(rn!t Yacht Club, reported

ice of clubs, South should drawl his car missing and found at the,

two rounds of trumps with the ace same time.
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and discovered his car. was mis missing.
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club and picked up a telephone.
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he told police. "Whoops, there It
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past in his auto as he talked.
Police were sent to the scene and
quickly apprehended the thieves.

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SATCKDAT, APRIL 21 195

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEIYSPAPER
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rm roCKTAIt PARTY given by the President f PanamaV Rlcardo Arias, and- Mrs
Aria at the Presidential apartment of the -Pr esidential Palace for Mrs Arias' sister Miss ;
norif Arias are left to right, Mr. Jack Mercer, Miss Doris Arias, Mr.- Robert Maduro," Mrs. :
ft? dV Arils 'Mr Manuel Lyons,' Mr. Harry Strunz. Jr., and Mr, Jack McGrath.v Miss Arias
9. u ?nff shortly f or Europe where she will assume a diplomatic post, v-hr

MINISTER OF THE TREASURY, ALFREDO ALEMAN '
HONmPpRTANT VISITORS AT BARBECl'E
The Minister' of the Treasury. Alfredo Aleman, was host
, t a barbecue-part, Friday nlitht .at the El Panama Hotel
Tot Mr and Mrs Charles Smith of Pensaeola Florida, and
tho p7pmnt 1 Ftorid. banker, Mr. WUU.m Sotillo
sStiiie who after a three day stay on the Isthmus, left thia
.rniAr f or -Ec-ador the Smiths private plane, accom-
fn5d bT Mr Francteco Aguirre. publisher of the 'Diarie.ae
E, America" of Miami, Florida. Thft will be the first lap
men atd Justice. Alejandro Remon; Minister of Foreign
Affals Alberto Boyd and Mrs. Boyd; Commander of the
tia, Dr. Harmooioir, Cramer. Mr. Guillermo de
Edward Jt J11' A. f Orlesbf. Mr. Louis Sommers,
Roux Mr. M"' EMr?ESne McGrath, Mr. and f;
? G"b? ASS-rSL JuUO E. Brtceno, Mr, Pico Dial,

SSnmann and many o ,;g, .

at their residence in El Cangrejo

. J "a rivinn Returns

Tfi Governof of Colon Jose Ma Maria
ria Maria Gonzalei an d Mrs.vGonia Mrs.vGonia-lez
lez Mrs.vGonia-lez return.d Friday from San Jo

se Costa ieti, vwnere . f
?,HPd the Third lnterAmencan

Tourist CoBres,'-:;..

Th ven: and Mrs. Mainen ; J.

Peterson gave "22!
at the rectory of Christy Church
Bv-The-Sea,! Colon, 5 honor t
Mrs. John IL. Towiisen 1 ar arrived
rived arrived fm-.IJetp fttvcr. !.vnf
cut, on tto S.S. "Cristobal to Joui
her 'luisoand. tha Keyr Dr. John

H. Townsena,. .MecuiivB w
..( Pnltl-nnal ChlirCll.

The Townsends will be at home
to their friends at their residence

in Bid. 331. Ancon, near ib v v-thedral
thedral v-thedral of StvUki-..
Wedding Announcement
Mis Vilma Looez will be mar

ried to Mrs. Richard A. Jonnson

at the Fort Amador unapei mi o
n m.-ihis veninc.- The, bride-to-be

f. tt.o i .i.nhtpr nf -Mr. m Mrs.

nAni Tnpr nf Ralhoa. Canal

iauuvi f t
Zoni, and the; groom s th son of
T)rnd Mrs. Carl M. Johnson of

. irnii'iuiirtcr fhi ceremony a small

f.'milu rrintion will ite he'ri at,

the home of M. Mercedes.de

Diego de'Howard, the bride s aunt,
in IMS RSv''..J-;iV,v'-4.'.,;i.5Xi'
r Co Kliv Planned v'

The Cultural Committee of the
IAWC of Panama "are planning a
Irin to San Bias on Wednesday.,

fhn- interested mar call the

Club for reservations o mnm mnm-tioa.
tioa. mnm-tioa. : j rr T t ri
"At Home" "' ;i"
At Fred L. Madura
Mr. and-Mrs. Fred L. MaJuro
ill te "at home" to tbtic friends

mm r. to' 7:30 this evenine in hon

or of (Mr aunt and tinele Mr, and

Mrs.A(iulnR -toeitheimer "f Mia

mi,'T'ho ar" Visiting with the Ala-

d uroj for a cpupio ot wees. -.
Ta I iv In Colon

Mr. and Mrs.' Douglas Maduro

who were married in Great Week,
Long Island, recently have arriv arrived
ed arrived from the United States to make

their borne in Colon. Mrs. Maduro

is. the former Linda ridanque,
Fanrv Dresa PartV

A Mr. and Mrs. James Whitmore

of Vista Alegre will have a fancy
Hr nartv at their home on Sat

urday at 8 p.m. Those invited will
make their appearance dress as

small fry. About forty tuests are

expected to attend.
Senior-Captain And
Mri. Edward W. Hodgson

T Cm Mma On Furleuah

Senior-Captain and Mrs. tawara
W. Hodgson, for the past t h r e e
years Sectional Officers of The
Salvation Army on the Isthmus

of Panama, will be leaving on fur-j

loueh in England on May 13. ine

Hodgsons will not be returning to

tit Isthmus cut wui De reassign reassigned
ed reassigned elsewhere. ,
No announcement as" to a suc successor
cessor successor to Captain Hodgson is ex expected
pected expected for some time, but until
such an appointment is made the
organization will be under the di

rection of Senior-Major ueuoran

Rice, who is at present Matron oi

The Salvation Army, Evangeline

Residence for businesswomen in
Kineston; Jamaica. She will be as

sisted by Major Mabel B r u t o n,

wno is oeing uansicrrea iur Arau-

dad. : ; r-.

- Farewell meetings for -Sanior-Cantain
and Mrs. Hodgson will

take place during the early part

ot May, ana aeians oi uicse ar

rangements wm be announcea lat later.
er. later.

.YciLiJCrch-nta
E!:cl:d Prciif:r.f
C-::irl 01 DW ."

WASHINGTON, April 21 (UP)

Mrs. Frederic A. tiroves, a youw youw-ful
ful youw-ful srandmother from Cape Cirar-

deau, Mo., took over today as

president general of some iwr
000 Daughters of the American
Revolution.
Wparv DAR deleeates planned

to install their 22nd president gen-M-ai
at ceremonies today at Con Confutation
futation Confutation Hall. The election took

two days, forcing extension of tne
DAR s 63th continental congress
originally scheduled tff end yester

day. ...

Mrs. Groves swept into omce on
the second, ballot in the three three-way
way three-way election last night along with
her entire slate of 11 officers. She
nnlled 1.335 votes 299 more than

the necessary majority. She fell 35 Officers' Club on May

votes" short on the first ballot p.m.
Thursday. j Refreshments will be served and

Mrs. Charles C. liaig ot vtasn-iinany vaiuaoie ooor prizes wm u
ington,,D.C, received 312 votes on offered. Tickets are one dollar per

Ithe second ballot. Mrs. Thomas person and may De obtained

u'enn" Lee of Philadelphia receiv-jfrora the school children or at the

ed 417. v ooor. nayera snouia onug wen
. A casn of excitement r ip p 1 ed. own cards and scoie pads.

thrcugh the crowd of 1700 orchid-' General Co-chairraen are Mrs,

bsdecUej tclegaies at tneir annua raui swm ana sirs, nicnara uen uen-bairaie!
bairaie! uen-bairaie! as the results were an-linger. They will be assisted by

nounced. Mrs. Bcncdetli.in charge oi door

Monthly Orchestra DaMI

AtUSO-JWB 7
The monthly Orchestra Dance
will he held at the USO-JWB Arm

ed Service Center on Sunday,
from 8 to 11 p.u. ?
Music will be played by the po popular
pular popular George Miller's Combo. The
voune ladies of the USO JWB

Club have been invited to this po popular
pular popular monthly affair.
Sponsors for the dance are Dr.
and Mrs. Igo Glattsteic of Pana Panama
ma Panama City, R. P.; Mr. and Mrs. Saul
Farbman; Mr. and Mrs. Julio
David; and Mr. and Mrs. P a w w-ick
ick w-ick Perlmutter, all of Panama Ci

ty, R. 1.
An Invitation is extended to mil military
itary military personnel and their families
to attend.
Benefit Card Party
Ta Be Held
A mixed card party under the
auspices of St. Mary's School PTA

will be held at the Ft. Amador

8 at 7:30

prizes and Mrs. Henderson in

charge of refreshments., sir.

Reservations can be made by

calling Mrs. Paul swift at Panama

3-7io or Mrs. A. E. Greene at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3689. VT, '.
Eight College Students
Become Delta Psi Omega
Eight college students became
memoers of Delta Psi Omega, na national
tional national honor fraternity for drama dramatics,
tics, dramatics, at the Canal Zone Jumjr Col College
lege College Wevmesdty night in a full-

form, official initiation ceremony.

Ail eign had become eligihle fol following
lowing following their work iu the recent

college production of ine people
versus Maxine Lowe' at the Dia Diablo
blo Diablo Hsiajiti Tbeatee,,';-.,:- ;.;,.
The ceremony was presided over
by Miss Beth hatcbett, east direc

tor for the year 1955-56. She was

assisted by Jerry ox, slap, man manager,
ager, manager, and Miss Ann Livingston,
business- manager. Mrs. ,u b e r t
Tiirby.'ill, honorary member of the
nations! fraternity, was -in charge

of (lading the; examination, pa
pers, while-Subert Turby'fjlris fa
euity f ponsor of the looal group, 1

The .Sophomores initiated '.were

Louis Jiasemsnn and the Misses

Mary Ruse and Mildred Damerau.
Freshmen Who became members

of Delta Psi Omega last Wednes.

day night were John F. Thomas

and the Misses Esther Reynolds.

Shirley Meyer, Tonia I2ineL and

A or ma Ann Jonks.

Following the formal initiation,

a short, business meeting was held
to discuss plans for the annual Col

lege Drama banquet which will

be held this year on Wednesday,
May 2. :

Furrd Services
Fcr Jeresns Camay
Set For Mrsiday

- Funeral Services will be held
Monday afternoon at 4 in the
Manchester Unity Lodge Hall for
the late Jerome Conway who

died in Santo Tomas hospital
Thursday after a lone Illness.
Burial will follow to ihe Herre Herre-ra
ra Herre-ra Cemetery, t-v-"
A native of British Guiana,

Mr, Conway was an employe of
the commissary Division for 40
years before he retired several
years ago. 4 :
He Is survived by his wife, Ml Ml-na.
na. Ml-na. and two daughters, one of
whom, Edna, la expected to ar arrive
rive arrive here from the States to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. ..
Mr. Conway had been a mem member
ber member of several fraternal organi organizations,
zations, organizations, including Court Mizpah.
AOF; Court St. Vincent; Loyal
Victor Lodge, IOF, and the C-Z.
Retired Workers Assn. :

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MISS MARCIA VALIBUS, one of the pretty models who" ap
peared in Burdlne's Fashion Show held recently at the El Pan Pan-ama
ama Pan-ama Hotel, has been elected "Miss Miami Beach 1958." Only
eighteen years OW, Miss Vhbus has appeared on TV with
Arthur Godfrey, Steve Allen, Robert Q. Lewis and others. She
is also an honor student who plans to enter Miami University
next year to major in TV and fashion buying. ',

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FANCY ANIMALS create a festive air for arUee. With all their
attractive appearance, they art wholesome addition U the diet.
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" ,','.:'" By GAYNOR MADPOX 1
NEA Feed end Markets Editor

Keen narties for preschool chil

dren simple. This is the advice, of

Dr. .Miriam Lowenoerg, oeaa oi

EIEOTISGST

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. Each aollct for Inctnsioa In (hta
colume ihould sinmillee la type type-tritm
tritm type-tritm tora and Buila to no ot
the bos Bumbus listed daily lo -cial
and Olherewtae," or deHvered
by hand ta the oflito. NotMoa at
mectinga caoaol be accepted kjr tela tela-phena.
phena. tela-phena. -.,. a... t. : ft.

American Society Of Civil

Engineers To Meet -The
monthly meeting of the Pa

nama Section of the American So Society
ciety Society of Civil Engineers will be

held at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, in
the Fern Room of the Tivoll
Guest House. :
A colored film titled "SM
Spans the Chesapeake" w i 11 be
shown. Members may bring
guests.

Gatun Union Church

Sunday services at the Gatun

Union ChUrch will begin with
church school at 9:45. Worship
service will begin at 11 'dock.

Rev. Ray Blakely'i sermon will

be entitled "The Inner Meaning of

Sin," the second of a series of ser

mons emiuea "ine inner iucic-

ings. These sermons deal with
basic Christian doctrines from, the

standpoint of their significance for

everyday living in the light of
their essential, central meaning.

The Youth Fellowship groups

will meet at the regular time on

Sunday evening. 1

If you don't like something1 t
salesperson shows you it is rude
to make fun of it or say you
think it is hideous. Just say that
it isn't exactly what you are
looking for and try to describe

what you DO have In mind.
The more pleasant you are to
serve the easier you w ll find
your shopping to be. r
" NO!
MINNEAPOLIS --(UP)- Like
police everywhere, Minneapolis of officers
ficers officers are used to strange reports
and questions, ,but they were
stumped by this- one. "Is this the
place where you cash bad
checks?" the caller asked.

the Department of Foods and Nu Nutrition
trition Nutrition at Pennsylvania State Uni University..
versity.. University.. Dr. Lowenberg, expert in
child nutrition, recommends that
parties for preschool children be
celebrated at mealtime if possible.
Animal cookies made with rice
cereal and, marshamallow and
served with' slightly tinted pink
milk make an ideal party snack

for preschool children. Not, only
are these cookies easy to make,
but they are easy for the child te
handle. In addition to food energy,
the cereal and milk combination

contribute protein, the B-complai
vitamins and minerals,

. Dr. Lowenberg aays that most
very young children prefer' milk
at lukewarm temperature. The
four-year-old begins to appreciate
chilled milk. The usual five- or
six-year-old goes along with adults
in liking icy milk. Milk tinted pink
with a few drops of vegetable col coloring
oring coloring make the occasion a "spe

cial one.
Cereal Animal Cookies
i (Yield: About IS animals) 1
One-quarter cup butter or mar margarine,
garine, margarine, hi pound marshamallowi,
V teaspoon salt, 5 cups oven oven-toasted
toasted oven-toasted rice cereal, raisins.
Combine butter or margarini,
marshmallows,vand talt in large
saucepan or thicken fryer. Melt
butter and marshamallows over
low beat Mix thoroughly. Add oven
toasted ricei cereal;, stir until cer cereal
eal cereal is coated with' m'arshmallow
mixture. Turn onto buttered cookie
sheet; press ta-inch thick. CooL
Cut into fancy, shapes usinf ani-

mu couiiea tuners, uae raism piia

to make eyes.

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MEN CALL IT GOSSIPING BUT

IT IS AN ESSENTIAL
Some husbands are amused and
some are outraged by the amount

of time their wives spend in what

tney term gossiping across the
back fence or yak-yakini on the

telephone."

The funny thing it that these
men don't seem to-realize 'hat the
woman who talks to her neigh neighbors
bors neighbors over the back fence or im the
telephone -has just as much need
to exchange ideas with other hoyre hoyre-wives
wives hoyre-wives a a huslnestmin h in

exchange ideas with other busi

nessmen. '
. Business and professional men
trade ideas over the lunch tabic,
during office hours, over a d'ink
when the day't work is done or on
the golf course. ;
They get mental stimulatk.n. new
ideas, an awareness of nhst is
going on outside their own office
by these conversations.
The woman whose job iT run running
ning running a home and looking after a
family needs to trade ideas, too.
The Information Can 8e Important
, In a conversation that sounds to

a man like so much ya!:-yk a

woman may find out the nr.me of

a seamstress who can mare over

last year's dress, a new recipe 'or

her next bridge luncheon or the

name of a house painter who ij
highly recommended.
Or she may simply get th. re reassurance
assurance reassurance that her problems aren't
hers alone and so be able to come

back to a frustrating problem wri
a new point of view. e. T
J The point Is, women ar r.nt
more understanding of a mail's
need to talk than are mm of a
woman's need for the sam o'lti
let. T
Men act superior anl ea'l wors worsen'
en' worsen' talk "gossip." But most v om om-antalk
antalk om-antalk doesnt include more ae
itual gossip than the talk tf mea

Cejovelcd Ball Given
By Inlernillonal Set
, NEW YORK, April 2L (UP)' -A-Dierican
socialites and Eurooean

nobdity wound up the most glitter glittering,
ing, glittering, social season since World War
II early today by pelting each oth-
?r with flowers and dancing until
awn at the April in Paris ball.
4 In the last major fling of the
$100 million Manhattan winter
whirl, 1,000 members of the' inter international
national international set jammed the arand

ballroom of the Waldorf Astoria

Hotel for nine hours of. dinine.

dancing and top notch entertain

ment. The ballroom was trans transformed
formed transformed into the Place De La. Con

corde, in Paris, with flowering
trees, a multi-colored' fountain and

a vista of the Arc de Triomphe.
i Even Elsa Maxwell, a. member

of the ball committee, was flab flabbergasted
bergasted flabbergasted by the bejewcled spec

tacle. ;.'" : :

1 "It's fabulous and all the most

beautiful people in the world are
here," aaid Miss Maxwell, who
had. competing party-giver Perle

Mesta as one of tier guests, if on only
ly only the men would,' get back to
wearing white ties ana tails in instead
stead instead of tuxedos, I'd say we nave
entered a new gilded age." - k

Miss Maxwell. and other ball

guests credited "Eisenhower pros prosperity'.'
perity'.' prosperity'.' for the lavish outpouring

of wealth represented at the ball.

Mrs. Mamie Eisenhower, honorary
chairman of the event.' sat 4t out
in the White House but sent a
message with "jery' best wishis
for a happy evening.'' V-;'.;

Rutgers To .uild. :
Law Center In N.J.
. KITWARir. tJ3 Anrlt On fTTl!

i-Rtiteers University will betdn

construction on a $1,250,000 law;

center here next summer, Presi President
dent President Dr. Lewis Webster Jones

announced today. I

" The center wllT be a three three-story
story three-story structure of- reinforced
concrete with exterior walls of

glass, .white' marble, and decora decorative
tive decorative mosaic panels. :

it wm house tne norary. : aa aa-minigtrative
minigtrative aa-minigtrative and faculty offices,
court .room, discussion rooms,
student and faculty lounges of
the Rutgers Law School and the
offices of the legal aid society.

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DENTAL-MEDICAL
DR. C I. FABRE6A. D.D.S.
DR. R. AVILA JR.. M.D. ;..
. Oa Vacation. Until May lab
(rapwlta Ajmok IcM PbymwO
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rboa raaum 1-4 531
TRANSPORT!! IAXTIR. SX
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Umiiwi 1-2451 1-2541,
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PANAMA RIDINfi SCHOOLj
Rimini JlM
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' FOOT-TROUBLK
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0 jtTEPEDIA 1 NACIOPIAL
Fcjryboaf Capsizes
Oil Tc!:yo; Sixloen
C:3vcd Drowned
TOlCYO, Aprfl -(UD-Sixte-n.
rHrson were Jeed today to
have. drowned when a Japanese
firr'rwiat. with 24 nersona aboard.
capsized wring a storm with 60-
mile; an hour winds.
' Tha ferry disaster raised to 80
the Aomber of dead or missing in
violait atoms that have swept
Japan this week.
Pjjtjrol Vessels recovered the
tinriiM nf ninn Tjersons todav fol
lowing the sinking of the 192 ton
ferry Taihei Maru last night off
the island of Shikoku.. v ;
Seven other persons were miss missing
ing missing htid feared dead. Five 5 erew erew-lnen,iBnd
lnen,iBnd erew-lnen,iBnd three,. passenger!..; were
rescued. '.--:'.:y-,: i..1'
Fair fishing boats, with 19 crew crewmen'
men' crewmen' aboard, were reported miss missing
ing missing off the northern island of Hok Hokkaido,
kaido, Hokkaido, in the gale. Forty five other
persons were reponea musing w
the storm earlier this week. ;
Cqlor Processing
Conference Slated
' R0CHBSTER NX .(UP)
Plans are under way for a national
Color Processing Conference, the
first of its kind, to be held here
May 25-26 under sponsorship of
the Photographic Society of Amer
ica a technical division. : ...
The conference, which will- be
the national division s major meet meeting
ing meeting for 1956. has been set up with
the central theme of color process processing
ing processing to provide photofinishers,
photographic scientists and engi engineers,
neers, engineers, aid equipment manufactur manufacturers
ers manufacturers "an opportunity to exchange
latest information on color films
and Taper and related equipment
Nationally knonw speakers from
industry and, science Will address
the conference, which will be sup supplemented
plemented supplemented by field trips to the
new Kodak photofinishini sales
laboratory v and Kodacolor v print
laboratory. yV Xs!;;f;v :-;;;,;
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
; OnetatloiH br
, ABJAS, MATVSSI ASSOCUTES
r I v ... Ask
Abattoir Haelenat .'; ; M
Fiduelarlot
WokajUfon II
(Umeto Pnmi,...,.., 7V
Cervecerla Haclonat i.., M y :.
Chlriiana d Leche ..M 14 tj
Clay(J 41
Coca 'Cola .134 u-.r-.
Cueniw Coroerclalce', ,v 1 -'
Pre), with Com. ..... ,13
Destikdora Nachmal M t 14
Vlnanciera lafrrtefia4 -;''".'
Titfy with Com. V.... 10
ffinaianxo 8.A.
Prof, with Com. . ; lZt
futr f ;lua--Preft 48 J4-
Fueraj y Xait Cent ... 30
Boielas Interamcrlcanot. 34
General da Seguroa IS
Panwnefta de Aeelle ,- "'. 5
Panaiiiefia de fibraa 20
Panamena. de 6guroe- tl :-. i -Paname&t'de
Tabaeo Ii)' 1112
Tea fro BellavlsU '..i.. ' ts
Teatro Central see
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FOR SALE
Honsehold

SELLING OUT all doyuhold af.
fact. Hoata 748-1, carnar Lm
Crci ant Baraaby Straals.
FOR SALI1 Coldtpot air con.
4itioar l3-hp. unit, 60-eycla;
, I 4-buraar t ttwr; anallant
caaditiaa. Phana Cristobal 1 540.
FOR SALI: Raaionibla. 10-a.
, laroaaaa badroea aat; 9-pc.
Rattaa liviat ream; bland ma-
hefany dinia room; vacuum -vlaanar;
Mixmattar; baby tand tand-ar,
ar, tand-ar, chair, aft. 3-3120 Panama.
Cariba Bulldinf, Apt. 3, Ricarda
. A riai Straat. i t if3
FOR SALE Dm ta trip, salU
Jrtfj aadream aat, aiacas, lika
aw. Cort $500, tallies for
$200 Juita Aroaamana Avanua
Na. 97. Phoaa 3-4781 from 2
p.m. an. .-.v-- ; ..
, FOR SALE: Frigidair, a a a
atava, tawinf machina;- other
nautahald itam all cheap. Laav Laav-mg
mg Laav-mg country. Apt. Idificio Saa
Rafael (Yincemini), Calla Q.
FOR SALI-Dub re trip eelling
mahaiany farnitura, aud lata
than ana year; bedroom, dining
' room, living ream mad by
Cowtt. Phone 3-1913. Jurte A
raaemena Ave. No, 97. Ant. 3.
"Agramante uildmg.,
LOST & FOUND
. LO$T Whlta cat with bmh
V tail. Call 2.2111 v. 0 .t 1
LOST: Vicinity Balboa Theater,
traveller'! checks and cath. Con-
Net T. O. Brown, Curundu 7275
ar Baa 532 Curundu, C.Z.
REWARD.-For recovery of Rol Rol-leiflw
leiflw Rol-leiflw camera. Call Mr. Luddy,
13-7219, 15-2247 Canal Zona.
FOR SALE
Motorcycles
FOR SALE-AJS 500cc. aingla
cylinder motorcycle, good condii
tion $225 or beat after. Call
Balbaa 3775fterBooni.
Vet Santa Recalls
Prodigious Pastry
ALBION, N.Y. (UP)Charles
W. Howard, venerable dean of
Santa Clauses who taught many
a department store replica proper
Yuletide manners, has staked out
a new claim in the culinary .field.
: Howard", who conducts a Santa
Claus school each fall at his farm
home here, says that -all these
claims for "the world's largest
apple pies" are false.
"I personally had the plefsure
of creating and managing the mak making
ing making of the world's largest apple
pie way back in 1927," Howard
said. "It was at the Orlean Coun
ty fair in Albion, and its sue has
never been equalled." ,--'
.According to Howard, his appls
pie contained -125 bushels of
apples, .600 pounds of flour, 500
ids. ot snortemng, 600 lbs or sugar
-ana ouier smauer items in pro
portion."
The pie was 12 feet in diameter
ana live incnes deep," he related.
"The molding board used to nake
me crust was seven feet wto and
14 feet long.. A special rolling pin
wag turned out eight inches in di diameter
ameter diameter and five feet long. All mix mixing
ing mixing was done by hand in a bowl
40 inches in diameter. Utensils us used
ed used were garden raks,. hos and
shovls." .,
The overt. Howard" said. wa a
special reinforced concrete stove
14 feet square with a door across
the entire front through which the
pie was drawn on six steel rail
road rails.
'As I recall." he continued,!
"some so.ouo cubic feet of gas was
usea 10 paxe tne pie."
vrrpafliaj. ii :
Ave. Eloy Alfaro 15-159
Tel. 2-0610

M CH0,CE
SgU LOTS for
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FOR SALE

Antomobiles
FOR SALE: 1951 Two-tone
Buicfcv Super Hardtop Converti Convertible,
ble, Convertible, wtw tirti, radio, dyna
- flow, excellent condition. One
; ewner. $895. Days call 87 87-5109,
5109, 87-5109, evenings 13-2191
FOR SALE-1953 Super Deluxe
Oldtmobile 4-door aedan, with
hydramatic, radio, naw battery,
.Color royal marine. Qtri. 537-B.
, Phone S75 Gulick.
FOR SALE. 1952 Ford Tudor
! 6-cylinder, excellent condition.
$775. Call Balboa 4123.
FOR SALE. 1954 Ford Main-,'
line Y-8 2-door, turn aignalt.
heavy tindercaating on body and
chasait. Call 82-2231 Ft. Ama Amador
dor Amador before 4:30 p.m. or 6-739,
C.Z., after 5:15. A.k for Pfc.
'Allen." v, '. v .,
FOR SALE-Trudci: 2 Interna International
tional International Dumps, 3 ydi. and 5 ydi.,,
need tome repair Sold ai ii for
$275 cash each. Call 3-1566
Panama, Monday 9 a m, to 5
p.m. only. ". s .',
FOR SALEj 1954 M.G. Tf.
with radio and wire wheels. Beat
affer over $1200. Call 88-417..
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
Convertible (new top), radio,
wiw, excellent conditions Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone Panama 2-0552, 9 to 12
and 1:3 Ota 5 n.m.
FOR SALE. 1949 Lincoln, W
mileage, radio, vary reasonable.
House 887 Morgan Place, Bal-
; boa.:
FOR SALE. 1954 Ford Custom,
excellent condition, 1 4,000
"riles, Frigidaira 6 cubic feat,
, Jet water heater 30 gallons.
Other items. 3-2140.
J?R,.SA"!-- "52 Oldsmobile
M88" deluxe. 4-door aadan, t t-cylinder,
cylinder, t-cylinder, hydramatic, fine condi condi-tion,
tion, condi-tion, $775. Phone Balboa 1461.
FOR SALEtl954 Chevrolet 4 4-door
door 4-door sedan, excellent condition.
One ewner. 18.000 miles. Cash
$111 9 Phone Balboa 3280. v
FOR SALE 1952 EUiick Rivia Rivia-v
v Rivia-v ra, light beige, excellent condi condi--
- condi-- tion, only 25,000 actual miles,
original owner, New seat covers,
new tubeless White sidewall tires,
, new battery. Owner leaving. $l,
050. 86-4108.

Catch-all Housing Bill Up;

Approval Surpasses Ike Bid

wfloiuBuivw, Aprw zi turnover 65' and liberalize federal

A Senate Banking subcommit
-
tee today approved a catch-all
housino bill that sroes far bevond
rresiaens aisennower g request
for public housing; and otherwise
expands the federal program,
Chairman John J. Sparkman
(D-Ala) said thi "subcommittee
Bnterl wlthniit dis.ent. .InDrlnn
. '
: w--".s
the wav for the full rnmmit.W
. -. :
to consider the measure next
luuisuoj. no buiq ciiauces are
good it will be passed by the
Senate. ,
In addition to the publ'e
housing provision, lont; a cen center
ter center of controversy, the bill 1
would increase the federal
Housing Administration's in insurance
surance insurance authority and author-rs
lie special hous'ng pro prams
for elderly persons, farmers
and the Armed Forces.
v Return to Truman Plan
: .'Th. siihnnmmlt.tAA vnt.ett in ra.
turn ty tha Tnimort o4mln1ctro
jtion's 1949 goal ot 810,000 public
nousing units over a six-year pe period.
riod. period. This program called for an
avemira,. nf 135 000 unit B vpnr
but has beenf sharply curtailed.
unsi year, tne eenaie, wmcn
approved 135,000 units, and the
House, which -voted none at all.
compromised on a, 45,000-unit
program. This year, Mr. Elsen Elsenhower
hower Elsenhower host rernmmpnHprt rnn
st.ruptlnn. nf non nn1t.
i The subcommittee bill would
give tne president discretion to
set the annual total each year at
hpl.oippn SO nnn anH 9tm nnn unite
until the remaining SOoiooo units
ui tne original pian are puut.
Sparkman said the adminis administration,
tration, administration, in askiner for onlv 35.000
units, presented statistics to
show that crimp 9fis nnn famlllpc
will be displaced by urban de-
velonment in thai' nnvt thrm
years. About half of them will
neea pudiic nousing. he sail.
ai xvioeriy rersons
The bill also would hpln elder.
Iy persons meet their housing
needs. It would authorize -construction
of an additional 75,000
public housing units for persons
- IM taTbtJB Wttfc HeB)
fiOOlJ PrtrtTS
3-1285
Via Epefla
and 45th St

f ""' wane
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MISCELLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031, ANCON, CX
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. &Z.
GENERAL REPAIR: Refinisk
baaiboo Rattan furniture. Cam
plete with new wrapping. Guar Guar-anteed
anteed Guar-anteed workmanship aad haute
delivery. Free estimate, special
price. See : "JIMMY," direct,
front Balboa Beer Garden.
FOR SALE
Aliscellaiieous
FOR SALE. Tweed coat, spring
.wear, size 14 $20, practically
tiew, silk lining. Room 329 Tiv Tiv-oli
oli Tiv-oli Guest House.
FOR SALE. Fishing equipment:
2 almost new glass fly reds $15
each, 2 split bamboo reds $15
each, 1 new Templar reel and
pole $25, 1 Shakespeare spin spinning
ning spinning reel $8, 2 Airex Bache
brown, master reels with extra
spool on line $15 each, 4 fly
reels $6 each. v. House 748-B,
, corner Las Cruces and Barneby:
Straert, Balboa.
FOR SALE. 8mm. movie cam camera,
era, camera, projector, screen, tripod,
splicer, $100. 3-3120 Panama.
FOR SALE. Deer, 1 year eld
$20. Phone 3-2831.
FOR SALE. Singing canary l
green plastic cage $15; 3-pidce
wooden lawn sat, chairs $8 each,
table $4. 1556-D Bade Street,
Balboa. Phone 1-3477
' FOR SALE Wiindmill In San San-ta
ta San-ta Clara. Inquire at Wertwood
Farm, ; Vista Alegre, ; Thatcher
Highway. ,-v. r:, ; j
FOR SAUtXlV TV, J-sgeei
record changer, Hi-Fi amplifier, i
AM-FM tuner, 2 speakers. All in
a beautiful Stateside cabinet 5
. in length. 60-cycle only. May
be seen at R-I6-C Reusuau.'
FOR SALE. Cheap. Aquariums,
all alios;, alse electric stove j
Phone Panama 3-3423, Via Bra
ail 69, Paitillr :
it FOR SALE. Two element Go
set Mini Baan. Call Archie, Co-.
len 1185-J or Cristobal 1-1251.
mortgage insurance terms for el
I "t3ISC MUV
derly home buyers
The measure also would:
' i. provide an additional 3 bll
lion dollars for FHA mortgage
insurance. .
2. Liberalize the, terms 1 of
. WW W.U..W 111
lhnm..u.n ... i
"-iuitiuvciiiGiH, wane ana
I vnmi th. i
, ,v. piugiiuu Li ii cc
years. Loans could be Insured
for up to five years with the
ceillne; boosted from $2,500 to
$3,500. Th admlniRtratlnn hart
asked that the nroGrra mbe ex
tended indefinitely --:
v S. Nrarlv rlnnhlA ; in t,ti1nn
dollArS. thp nmnunt nf InniraMn.
FHA can Write on military hous-
uik projects, increasing me goal
Units. ;'! :
4. Reactivate a nrneram nf if.
rect loans, by the Agriculture
Department's farmer's home ad-
ministration fnr farm hnnsln
with a ceiling of 450 million, dol
ing in wans over a years.
5. Increase from 200 to 250 mil million
lion million dollars the federal funds
available; for so-called 'urban
renewal" or slum clearance pre
ects. for the first time the b
would v authorise nnvmpnt :
of
compensation to persons forced
vu wuve oy oucn ueveiupmenij.
They could get reimbursed for
movinir prmnwi nnil fnr hnl.
ness losses, including goodwilL
Yankee Ingenuity
Rights Listing Tank
WORCESTER Mm '.! fTTPV
A little fluid Yankee ingenuity was
it imjjL w ouaigiiien out a mu,-
000-gallon storage tank that got
knocked out during a flood.
The huge tank was raised from
its foundation by rising water and
when the floods subsided the tank
was left completely askew with a
serious list .
Plans for jacking, up the tank
and excavating beneath it wore
discarded on the belief the con container
tainer container wouldnt' be able to take the
strain Likewise, efforts to sink the
tank back to its foundations by
filling it with water were unsuc unsuccessful
cessful unsuccessful because it didn't settle
evenly i'.-
The solution A dike was con constructed
structed constructed and an artificial lake was
watered in to buoy up the tank
which was hauled to one side
while repairs, were made to the
foundations.
Then it was floated back to the
foundations and when it was ex exactly
actly exactly over them, the artificial pond
was drained and the tank dropped
into a sturdy and solid position
once again.

FOR SALE

Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 17-ft. beat, cabin
cruiser, 5 ft. wide, 36" high with
trailer, $250. Can be teen at
2003-C I at Street, Curundu.
Phone 83-6226 after 4:15. P.
O.Broome., ..."..
FOR SALE. Cabin cruiser 26x 26x-8x4,
8x4, 26x-8x4, completely overhauled May
1955. Must sell, $1800 firm.
Phone Kobbe 3277.
KefsuYcr (jzL-ht. j
Cut Inlo Slrc-lh
01 Adbi (-Powers
Sen. Estes Kefauver left Call-
iurnia oenma eariy toaay ana
headed north confident he had
gained strenoth In hie hattle
with Adlai Stevenson for. the
state's 68 convention votes.
The lanky, Tennessee Demo Democrat
crat Democrat was arhprinlpri tn arriv- In
Portland, Ore., today after wind
ing up a iive-aay etatewiae tour
of California.. ."
. H will' nnealr to ft. atafa jnn.
ventlon of young Democrats In
rorwana Deiore leaving lor tne
nation's capital Sunday night.
Neither TCefanver nr Rtnvnniinn
are entered In Oregon's May 17
primary nut v nacKers of com
candidates are supporting a
stronir write-in eamnalim.
. Kefauver anirl In a. mnmlnir
Sress conference here yesterday
e believed Stevenson was still
1 .1 I
ounu in uie juiic a Druuurv
race of California's big bloc of
aeiegates, but. ne said, "we're
catching up."
wt m ui; uajr, ne tutu itu
dents at Occidental College .that
i.t j aai ii .
I .A .1. M M.. ,.1. A...
me aamuusirauon's ioreign poi-
icv nrop-rnm hni falln1 huconw
"we place our reliance almost
suieiy on m uiiary strengtn."
- we seem 10 nave iorgotten
the methnrla nf nnaLrn tust a
have forgotten the methods of
lupiumacy.-s ne saia. -vve.neea
alliances in this uncertain world.
Via Vlflvi Bill. rhn hmH m T at
us cease to use military might
u our uuiy meuiua aUU OUT
soie end in the world."
uies
For Mrs. Coodinq:
Who Died Suddenly
runerai ; services wlUibe held
Monday at 12:30 D.m. ln corozal
Chapel over the body of ifrs.
Beatrice uoocung, wno was pro
nounced dead vesterdav miwn
irtcr shnrt.lv afta- koln -..ch-j
"vr8as OHPia' uuriai win
take place in Corozal Cemetery
A resident : nf rhorrllln h
had been employed as a maid in
1 m ushhu o"e ana
wa 1 Rood health
became suddenly iU.
wic uanai zione ana apparently
when she
Wm IaaJI.. t- 1
Hl chUdren, Larry and Mazie
viarc ana omer relatives.
Fr. John Fisher
To Preach Here
Fr. John J. Fisher, CM., who Is
A. I ".
Conductine' Snlpmn Nnvpn. in
Honor of Our Lady of the Mira
culous Medal in Canal Zone Cath
olic cnurphua tn aav tha )(
and five thn aprmnn nn fiiin4on
at Coco Solito and Coco Solo. The
mass at Coco Solito is at 0730
ana tne mass at Coca Sola is at
0900. ,

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FOR RENT
Apartmenu

ATTENTION O. I.I Juat built
modara furaUbed aDertmeata, 1,
2 bedrooms, bet, cold water,
Pbeae PeaaaM 2-4)41.
FOR REMT Madam apartment
at El Cangrejo: 2 bedrooms, etc,
garage. For snore detail! pheaa
3-4946 er 3-6737.
. FOR RENT; Modem duplex
eemi-chaler. Newly decorated.
,Twe bedroomt, two bathrooms.
Alhambra Apartments. Telephone
1386, Colon.
FOR RENT: Modem-apartment
at El Cangroja: 2 bedrooms, 2
bathroema, dining living roam,
maid's room with bath, garage
and hot water. Phone business
hours 2-0321, Sunday 2-3525.
FOR RENT: Furnished or an.
., furnished, two very Urge rooms.
Apartment in new building. Lara
kitchen, hot water,' space far.,
laundry drying, maid' bathroom,
balcony. Ave. J. Fee. do t Ossa ;
"and S Street, in frent Firestone.
Phone 2-3436.
FOR RENT U efarniahed
ecreened apartment: 2 bedreems,
2 baths, sitting-dining room,
kitchen, perch, garage, $100, at
' exclusive "El Cangrejo," Caracas
Building, G Street. See Dd Cas Castro,
tro, Castro, Avenue B Ne. 24. Phone 2 2-1616.
1616. 2-1616. FOR RENT. Furnished eaeaW
apartments, ecreened. Inspected,
I and 2 bedrooms. Cad 2-3065.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apart-'
' apart-' ment Including refrigerator. Gaad
' aurraanding,. all screened, tiled..
s!12 Via Belisarie Perms, near
SAS Stare.,
FOR RENT: Studio apartment,
with the following: air condition conditioned,
ed, conditioned, hot water,. stave, refrigerator.
Cameo Alegre area. Phonaj after
6 p.m.: Pan. 3-4242, Friday
Saturday; phone 12 neen-B .m,
Sunday-Monday. N
i . . .. ..... .... ,.
FOR. SALE: Spatieus and .-very
eeol two-bedroom apartment in
Belle Vieta. Cad 3-1747.
FOR RENT Fumtshe 1-W-reom
modern apartment, gang.
168 Via. Belisarie Perm.
FOR RENT: 2-bedreem apart apart-ment:
ment: apart-ment: living-dining room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, bathroom, maid' room with
bath.' Phone 3-2148 .
FOR RENT: Famished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, $65. Military Inspected.
Via Parras 99. Phana 3-2063.
FOR RENTr Bella Vista, cool
modem unfurnished 2-bedroem
apartment, maid's quarters, bat
water,, large terrace, yard, ga garage.
rage. garage. Ideal for children. 4Sth St.
East 31. Phone 3-2200.
FOR RENT: Campe Alegre, for
throe months to reliable family.
adults" only: 3 -bedroom apart-
ment, tumished with .silver, glass
and dinaerware. Cad 3-1789. '"
FOR RENT-Extremely cool and
completely furnished 2-bedroom
apartment at El Cangrejo. All
conveniences. For information
call phone 3-6796 Panama City.
FOR RENT: Famished 2-bed
roem apartment, apaciouc living-
ming room, etc., $aO. Calf
Heights. Phone 3-2930.
FOR RENT: Famished apart
: ment. North American neighbors,
, segular tmasportatiea, $50. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 3-0471.

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FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beach house. On mile past Ca-
Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oeoeaoide Celtegaa,
Smafe Clara. Bex 415, Borneo.
Pbone Paneaaa 1-1877. Criste
MI-H7J. ;
Swim and relax at ShrapneTa
beach home, Santa Clara. Phoaa
Thompson, Balboa 1772. -.
FOR RENT
llonse
FOR R1NT 3-bodreom chalet
with 2 bathrooms, porch and ga
rage. Coif Heights, 7th Street
No. 27, $175. Phone 3-2831
2-4094.- .r;.:,-,,;-,
FOR RENTt-Chalot: two bed-
roomr, bet water, etc. II Carman
Ne. 99. Contort Ne. 7th St
Pam.ua Lefevre.
FOR RENT. Furnished chalet
with garden,, three bedrooms,
. two bathrooms, hot water. Ne.
116, Calla 15 Psitill. Phone 3
1244 er 2-0125. 1
Wanted to Buy
WANTEB TO BUY. Lawn roll roller,
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1-1039,
Cbp.jSho6ts Son,-
ratner Attacked
r-j-T j K
fcdmund Byrne, a patrolman for
the New York Port Authority
snot and critically wounded his
Z4-vesrl(l ann din-ins' fioht i
their apartment, police said.
xom on, james, was snot once
in the soina and twice in th. ift
arm. Two xhot. vnt -mWA, rtn.
tors, said the spine injury may
leave hint permanently paralyzed
from the waist down. T ;
Byrne told police the fight start started
ed started when his son attacked him with
us lists and tried to take his gun
from its holster. Byrne said his
ftCA had heen drinVIno. Pnlira aaiH
Byrne faced charges of felonious
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House Committee Formally Okays
51.5 Billion Dollar Highvay Bill

WASHINGTON. April 21 (UP-

The House Public works Commit Committee
tee Committee today formally, approved a

5112 billion dollars hignway mil
callinc for increased taxes on fas,

tires and trucks to pay for the

biggest road building program in'

history. :

The bill would provide for con

struction of 40,000-miles of inter-

state highways over the next is

years, me huge project, un.ing

most state capitals, would cost
27-12 billion dollars. The federal
government would pay 90 per cent
and the states 10 per cent.

The committee voted 16 to 2 to
send the measure to the House
floor. where it may come up for
action next week providing the
House Rules Committee gives a

areen lieht..

. The committee actually approv approved
ed approved the bill Wednesday. But for
technical, reasons a "clean" bill
containing the same construction
and tax proposals was introduced

in the House yesterday and ap approved
proved approved by the committee today.
Besides the interstate highway
system, the bin calls for a federal
outlay of $11,300,000,000 over the
13-year period to help the states
build primary, secondary and ur

ban roads on a so-so -maicning
basis."

The committee accepted without

objection a financing system draft

ed by the tax-writing House Ways

& Means Committee,
Federal taxes on gasoline and

diesel fuel would be raised from

2 to 3 cents gallon. Taxes on

tires would be raised 3 cents

pound and taxes on trucks, busus

and trailers would oe increased oy

2 uer cent. ';. T

' The increased taxes would bring

in an additional 314.800.000,000 ov

er the next 18 years. Total federal
taxes on fuel, tires and vehicles
would net the government an es estimated
timated estimated 38 billion dollars in the

same nenod-roughly the teaerai

cost of the program.

"Wt don't; have to send a cilrl to all our Jn-faw they
, haven't done anything to deserve Jtl" v ;

mmm

; )X MOWfS TV tADlQ n
' f few rrtVin. Jaliiiciiii J 1

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Row Expected To Explode In House
During Vote On Soil Dank Funds

HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Be Behind
hind Behind the Screen: Se enty-f ive ive-yeaMld
yeaMld ive-yeaMld Rudolf Friml again -is
happily denying that he's dead.

Farawount s release or tne mira

sequel to 'The Man In the Gray
Flannel Suit' 'The Man With
the Gray Flannel Tongue,-"

Ex-kid star' Peggy 'Ann ttarnar

wASwriMftTftN. Anril 21(UPi

D..,.l.l!n.n, harsMl tnriav that

ncfuuavuo -
nnlv nn.fifth ftf thf. fuhds SOUght

by Democrats for President Hisen-

hower a proposed larm sou nans
could actually be" spent for that

purpose. :-
COP members of the House Ap-
ira4i adnni

(JlVpitBUViia vw... o
lined up behind Agriculture Sec

retary Ezra I. Benson uemauu
it,, rnn orant Mr. F.isenhow-

Viiav vvn6v..o o-

er's request tor new icgismuvu

authorising, the sod bank,

film version of his famed musical, i win Aintrr aaimi wntn sne

close in the road tour of "Bus
Stopf. Ht' htr enstaga hffo,". Jo.'

This. I Hollywood, Mfg. Jones:
Rusty Lane, an actor playing a
judge in "Beyond1 a Reasonable
Doubt," was' late for work. He
had to appear in court on a traf traffic
fic traffic violation' charge.

"The 'Vagabond King;" s put the

where he's chuckling:

"I'm still composing but I.

haven't written a musical for so
long -that many people think I'm
dead. Everyone seems "to be
shocked;- when I'm introduced at
parties. I can almost hear them
saying, 'But I thought you died
years ago!' v J ;
Vary much alive, Rudolf Friml
laoks 55 and has nomas in Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood and San Francisco. He's
married, for tha fourth time, to
a Chines lady much his funlor
who was his soeroteryer many
years. ... '
"We were at a party : three
years ago," Friml says, "and I
sprained my ankle while doing
the rhumba. I was helpless. Kay
(the current Mrs. Friml) was so
kind and attentive to me-T felt
I'd be lost without her; So she
uai kind ehmish to marry me.".

Rudolf's explanation for his

jrUUUUUI iy. -1

"UOoa 'Cigars, cnaiup-giio "t . . . ,r.
relax me and lots of music before Promised and hoped for: Victor
breakfast and breakfast very Borge's one-hour, one-man -show
lat- -. on TV June 14. ... .! Hollywood

Allied Artists dropped tne wean as purcnasea inree oi iue

Cameras roll next month on 'a
feature film version of "Wild Bill
Hickok." Guy Madison and Andy
Devine were just the type for the
movie, too.
; Samuot,' Goldwyn took soap
box to Tokyo with him, tolling the
Japanese press that the Hollywood
Film Production Cod is to strict
and .violates .freedom of th
scrcon. He's m th Orient plugg plugging
ing plugging "Guys and Dolls."
TV'" ; "F r o n t ;! Row Center"
landed in a back seat-way back.
. It goes off the air late this
month because of no sponsor

nibbles. '

not been consulted in advance

about the committee action.
Ninataow nf th 90 POP Ofimmit-

tee members signed one or anoth

er of the dissents, ine omce 01
Van Vorl Wilcnn fRTnr1 V. laid

f .auwu .
he favored the soil bank and did

not wish to get involved at tnis
time In any partisan arguments

One report signed by 13 Repub-
llnana i-himnf that nndr the 1938

law only 250 million dollars could

b-3 spent tor the son nana, iney
1 .1 .l killlAM lf,l.lM

aiA tha nthar nn hillion dollara

; 'mrAP :iii?wefeT et 'forth eonld be spent only to prevent

in four .dissenting reports filed in; soil erosion. They demanded new
.;,k lha VniYimitlpa'a Witlatimt

i..i;i. ih (h 'pnmmiitee a

n.,..
surprise vote .yesterday to give
IMr. Eisenhower $1,200,000,000 0
.... tha anil hank. It Simulated

UUClllt ""t
that the funds be' spent under a

1936 law passed D a wmocraui
'Congress." "f:.--. 1,
The Republicans voiced a vari variety
ety variety of complaints. Some accused
th- Democrats of playing politics

with an attack on Mr. Eisenhow

er. Others charged tnat tney oau

of a feature movie based on TV's

"Medic". The flop of Uberaces
"Sincerely Yours" has left Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood leary of TV stars and TV
shows... . Orchestra leader Fred
Waring will host a Hollywood tele telefilm
film telefilm series based on- fire depart department
ment department files, "Alarm." Don't ask
me why Waring got the job. May Maybe
be Maybe because he occasionally plays
hot music. -.- -,- :- 4 :

" Rita Haywerm'a sttlmnt with
. Columbia th agrd to do two

mr films for tn stucuo-givos
hor billing vr Bob Mttchum in

Fir Down Below." But it pr pr-cntag
cntag pr-cntag of th profits straight
salary f $150,009 pr pictur. (
Tha Wlfnat- rtagn Martin latirh-

.11V. t.i. ----1 n
Ind it nn at a mnviptnwn tsartv:

"Darryl Zanuck heard about my
drinking and wants me to do a

five Alcoa Playhouse .TV stories

for feature movies. ... James

Michencr's "The South -Seas
Story" is off the shelf at Para Paramount
mount Paramount and headed for the cam cameras
eras cameras next fall.
United Artists is taking an in inventory
ventory inventory of its old movies for n n-orhor
orhor n-orhor possible big sal f cellu celluloid
loid celluloid t TV. .

Robert Q. Lewis went to dinner
with his girl friend who's on a
diet and says she ordered every

thing la cnart.
UCLA football star Ronnie
Knox, just signed by MGM, is

learning his acting ABC's from

Mirllvn Monroe'a onetime

teacher, Natasha Lytess. Knox

nas a WiEEie, too, many

tackier will tell you.

Q::ca CIco To Co
Crowned Tcr.:;hl
Al CcsTiniy Ck:b B:!l
' mr. T nf th Pacific

Commissary Social and Sporting
Club will be crowned tonight at

the Pacific Service uenierjiur uenierjiur-ins
ins uenierjiur-ins the club's anniversary ball.
.ut. .ia kv armanon BOZft

W Jtll iliuav ...
and his orchestra, the dance will

feature prizes tor a fw'
lucky guests in addition to sev

eral OUier awrai:""'".
Queen Cleo will lead a grand
march following; her coronation
n,hiM ,m also featur one hour

'of music for ballroom dancing

With RUeSlS COmpeuiiR iu yin..
mnntnv,t. Bn'ct.a n-ili wear for

tmal or semi-formal attire.

:

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JUL3 UdVjLXldU

(Compiled by Publishers' Weekly)
FICTION

THE LAST HURRAH Edwin

k O Connor ... I
' ANDERSO.NVILLE MacKinlayj

'TEN NORTH FREDERICK John

CASH McCALL Cameroa-Haw-j
ley I

MARJORIE MORMNGSTAR -Herman
Wouk
AUNTIE- MAME Patrick Den Dennis
nis Dennis -i : 1
ISLAND IN" THE SUN Alec
Waugh

' At Issu m th letin yar
squabbl was whthr Rtpubli Rtpubli-cans
cans Rtpubli-cans r 0moeratt could go' bt bt-far
far bt-far farmers this fall with cims
that thoy had hlpd thm. Tb
rw will xpld on th Heut
floor next wok whn th Hus
vts n th funds.
: rtna Hicant mentA bv Ret

Everett P. Scrivener (R Kans),
protested that Congress would
"shock the conscience' of the
Amavloan tovnavin nilhlil"" if it

voted the funds without committee

hearings. The committee neio no
hearines before voting the soil

bank money. 1

All the Kepuoucans proiesiea
the "political" attacks on .Mr.
Eisenhower contained in the Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic majority report on the soil
bank appropriations bill. It had
criticized his veto Monday of the
Democratic-sponsored farm bill.
"The purpose of a- committee
report is to explan committee ac action
tion action and not to deafin irrelevant
political recimlnation," aaid ene
report signed by four Republicans.
"We deplore this perversion of the
traditional processes of .great
committee." i
The (pur also accused the Dem Democrats
ocrats Democrats of "inconsistency," They

said the Democratic report a-

mounted to a vote of "no conno conno-ence"
ence" conno-ence" in Benson.
Yet, they said, the Democrats
want to "dump $1,2000,000,000 in-
, ttim h.la "mjithrait anv lem

ur uia itaiiiij
blance of legislative control" over

the way tne money u uamucu.
Thv aaid Benson had requested

more authority, but with specific

"limitations written uuo u.

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FOR BALL" OR BEACH Milady goes from, ballroom to beach"
at the drop of a skirt with this ensemble being modeled at Miami
Beach, Fla. Consisting of a gold-scquined bathing suit and a
ruffled lace skirt, it can be worn as an evening gown, left, or 4
bathing suit, right. Another of its novel features is the price $325.

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LUCKY FELLOW Curvaceous Marilvn Monrna hnns nnfn lha

arm of Don Murray, who has been named to play opposite her in
"Bua Stop." Murray will play the part ot ;'Bo," a cowboy who
kidnaps her in the film. He has previously worked on Broadway
in "Insect Comedy," "Rose Tattoo," and "Skin of Our Tee h."

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THE SEARCH FOR BRIDEYi

GIFT FROM THE SEA Anne'

' Morrow Lindbergn
A NIGHT TO REMEMBER
VL'oltnr Tjirrl

'THE SCROLLS FROM THE

reran, sfa Krtmund Wilson

PROFILES LN COURAGE John!

V k'finnHv

LOVE OR PERISH Smiley

Blanton
1 powfb OF POSITIVE

THINKING Norman Vin Vincent
cent Vincent Peale.

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STUTTGARD, Germany, April
21 (UP) -An Appellate Court yes yesterday
terday yesterday reversed the conviction of
a bus driver in a wreck in Which
i.i. HrnrM.famitrl manlst

urn ik im. r---
tir-it.. i-i;aaairin Killed be-J

cause there is no SDeeo umn on
Germany's superhighways.
. Gcrhardt Eirig. 28. was sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to 15 months in prison and
his driver's license suspended for
five years by a lower court. Wit Witnesses
nesses Witnesses testified he was driving at
70 miles an hour on an icy fog fogbound
bound fogbound road when he crashed into
bridge pillar, v

An American s-rgeam a.
Gieseking were killed. Gicseking

and 14 other passengers were ui ui-UJ$!!.'
UJ$!!.' ui-UJ$!!.' .n.iioia rnurt ordered

Eirig released. It based its de de-th
th de-th grounds that German

laws do not specify how fast a
vehicle mar traved whatever the

condition of the autoDanns.

out tog:.

every lh;'u"
. fteycou" ;

saoRT course ;
THOMASTON, Conn. (UP) -Personnel
who operate the town s
radio system received a "course
,n Cnanich hrvrans" nf frpak at-

i.i u f 1 " (
mospheric conditions. Officials said i

some .unexpiainaoie oisiuroances

caused tne raaio to pick up oroau oroau-casts
casts oroau-casts from Colombia, South Amer America,
ica, America, for an entire week

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Brooklyn:.' Craig .(1-0)

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Phlla. 010 000 000 12 7 2
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With Mueller As Leadoff Man,
Mays Could Take Triple Crown

TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Kansas City
Boston at New York
Washington at Baltimore
Detroit at Cleveland

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

Chicago 100 200X1036 10 0
Kansas City 000 101. 0103 9 1
Chicago: Donovan, Howell (1 (1-0)
0) (1-0) and Lollar. .'
Kansas City: Kretlow, Gorman
(0-1), LaSorda, Harrington and
Ginsberg, Astroth.
Boston 000 001 0001 5 0
New York 000 220 30X 7 9 2
Boston: Nixon (0-1), Delock,
Bauman and White.
New York: Ford (1-0) and
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Washington 001 100 0002 7 0

Baltimore 000 010 20x 3 7 2
Washington: Brodowskl (0-1)

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By JIMMY BRESLIN
NEW YORK (NEA) Jim
Hearn'i batting practice pitch
was right on Willie Mays lists. It
was was pitch most hitters back
away from, but the center fielding
star of the New Tork Giants

brought his bat around in short
arc and rode the ball into the up upper
per upper left field stands.
Wes Westrum. standing behind

the batting cage, whistled.
"Willie doesn't mess around

the catcher said, softly. "He's the

best there is setting that bat a

round. You see where that pitch

was? Nobody else could have hit

it."

A lot of baseball men feal that

Mays has a chance to become the

sixth major league player to win

baseball's triple crown, the first
since Ted Williams obliterated

Ditchers in 1942.

To lead the league in batting,
home runs and runs-batted in is
the kind of a job only a Mays

could do. Ty Cobb. Rogers Horns

by. Chuck Klein, Joe Medwick

and Williams were the only ones

to do it in the past.

Mays, 25, M the league in home

Marciano Remains Undecided
About Retirement Question

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Cleveland 100 011 OOx 3
Detroit: Garver (0-1)

House. '
Cleveland: Wynn (1-0) and He
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1 SAFETY FIRST MAN

Daytona Beach, Fla. (NEA)
Ab Jenkins, recognized as the
world's safest automobile driver
has been named NASCAR direc-

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ATLANTA, Ga., April 21-(UP)
Heavyweight champion Rocky
Marciano today pondered the
important question of whether
to yield to family pressure and
,retire.
No announcement on what
decision he has made or will
make Is expected until the
champion gets back' to New
York. He said he would not
come to any decision before a
couple of weeks, at the ear earliest.
liest. earliest. After meeting yesterday In
Macon. Ga., with his manager,
Al Weill. Marciano back-pedaled

from earlier statements that
strongly Indicated he was about

In rotirp

More than one reporter neara

Marciano say here before ne

traveled the 90 miles to Macon
to meet with Weill that it made
sense for him to retire. Later he

denied he had .committed him'
self so positively.

- Marciano said after arriving

In Atlanta from a south Amen
can tour that "As! for mysejf, ;
want to retire."
"I have come as far as I can
in boxing," he told Atlanta re reporters.
porters. reporters. "From now on, all I
can do is decline. I can get no
better, nor can I reach any
higher toal.

"I'm thinking of retirement
for many reasons. M? mother

and father want me to my wife

would like It Everyone seems to
be behind me. But I've made no

definite decision.

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runs with 51 last year and in 1934

showed the way in batting with

.345. He has been among the top

five in runs-batted-in for the past

two seasons.

All of this impresses him about

as much as a pitcher.

' "Ballplayer is silly to go around

"You just do your job and every

thing come out OK. You shoot
your mouth off and nothing comes

of it, you re in trouble, man."

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A lineup change made by Man'

agcr bui Kigney tigures to give

wiine a cicar snot at tne r u n s

batted-in business. Don Mueller,

the place hittiirg specialist, starts

on ior tne uianis. Mueller is

good for 185 hits a season, as
rule.

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With Alvin Dark following Muel Mueller,
ler, Mueller, Mays, the No.. 3 hitter, should
find more people on base when he
stepsin. .
In 1954, Davey Williams, a .221
hitter, led off. Last season,' the Gi Giants
ants Giants never had a steady No. l
man.

It's still the same May you see
on the Polo Grounds turf. Willie
is a bit less skitterish, perhaps,
but he still has that, same this-is-fun
attitude. He's the kind who

makes you wonder how he sets

through a winter without ball

earnes.

The. less triple crown talk Mays
hears, the better he likes it. For

one reason, he mar have only

hazy idea of what the whole thing

is.

"Do you know the six guys
who won the triple crown?" he

was asked.
"Nope." he answered. .

."Well, you have seen one of

them play Ted Williams.
N "Uh-huh," Willie nodded.
V'Do you remember Joe Med

llwick?"

l At this point, Garry Schumacher

I of the Giants' tront omce cui in.
i "Willie don't know who' those

'iguys are," Garry said.
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.Little League

LITTLE LEAGUE, PONY
LEAGUE SERIES BEGINS MON MONDAY
DAY MONDAY AT LA BOCA BALL PARK

Schoolboy
Sports
BULLDOGS DUMP AC 62-26

The Balboa Hich School Caeers

had their sights well adjusted.

and when the shootiner was over.

prevailed over the Athletic Club

ijnopters 62 to 26.
Ed Scott opened the scoring
fir tbe school boys wJ.h his
first of thres field goals in the
first quarter. Ramon Ryees fol followed
lowed followed with four consecutive
free throws, Scott scored his
second basket, Jim Reece
dumped in a field coal, and
Uhe scholars were out in front
10 to 0.

At this noint'wallv Trout took

charge and fielded the first goal
for the working boys. From there

on the two teams traded goals
and free throws, the quarter
ending 16-9 with BHS on the

lone end.

A new team started the second
quarter for Balboa, and after

giving the AC a quick basKet Dy
Perez, these fellows hit for ten
straight DOints on free throws by

Kirchmier and Sutherland and

a nalr of baskets bv Sutherland.

The half time score showed the

Bulldogs out m front 28 to 13.

i The first quarter team opened
the third auarter for Balboa and
launched its scoring Immediately
with a tin off play basket by Jim

Reece. Consecutive freP throws
bv Scott and Reyes nut their
teams outjn front 38 to 13 t
this point. From then on both
clubs matched noint for point

and Balboa showed 44-19 edge at.

the three quarter, mark.
. Outscorlng the working hoy
by 18 to 7 the Bulldogs finished
un the night out in front 62 to
28,

. For the BHS souad Ramon
Reyes was high with 13, while

Perez led AC with 8 DOints. Rey

es, Winklosky and Kirchmier,

were terrific in their rebound rebounding,
ing, rebounding, doing a eood lob of control control-ing
ing control-ing both bark boards, while

Scott, Sutherland and Morris

piayed good floor games. .v
In addition to Peres, Trout
and Raybonrne showed well for
the AC Club.

Tuesday night the BHS Caeers

will play host to the Junior Col

lege five. Jack corriean. Dusne
Rlgby. Ramon Quezada and Bob

Fogel are .the mainstay of the
Green Wave. This game always

proves to be close and exciting
with the outcome in doubt until

the nal RUn
The box score: -Balboa
High School

25-year-old Slugger Hits Two
Homers To Give Milwaukee ;
5-4 Win Over; Cardinals
, By FRED DOWN
. NEW YORK, April 21 (UP)--Eddie Mathews
tDoming bat is the No. 1 reason the unbeaten Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee Braves are off today to the best start in
their four-year history.

GO. 00

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TOTAL... $2,000.00

An AH-sWr four-out-of-seven
"series between the L
Boca Youth- Activities Little
League and Pony League wl
begin at the La Boca Diamond
Monday at 4:30 p.m.
The Little League season
ended Saturday,

Today ; inconto .35 20
Glenn Ford, In
"TRIAL"
Stewart Granger, In
"MOONFLEET"
In Cinemascope!

fod- lt)t At. 70 .10
Joan Crawford, In
"Female On The Beach"
Robert Ryan, in
City Beneath The Sea"

Player
Reece
Magee .
Winklosky ,.
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Reyes .....
Kirchmier .. .. ..
Perantle ..
Scott
Sutherland,.. .,
Angstadt ......
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9 1 IS

3
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2

2 4

1' 0
4 1
2 2
0 0
1 1

0 9

0 2

Totals 20 22 10 62

Athletic Club

An early season flon last year

when the Brooklyn Dodgers
romped off to an overwhelming
lead in the National League race,
the 25-year-old slugger from
Texarkana, Tex., walloped two
home runs last night to pace
the Braves to a 5-4 decision
over the St. Louis cardinals.

It wag the third straight vic victory
tory victory for the Braves, who opened
the season with two straight
wins over the Chicago Cubs.
Mathews, wh had a perfect
night with three hits and three
runs In three at bats, homered
'n the fourth and sixth innings
and then singled to touch off
an eight-inning game-winning
rally. Big Ed scored th-. win winning
ning winning run when Bobby Thom Thomson
son Thomson delivered a sacrifice fly
with the bases filled.
Mathews' outburst was espe especially
cially especially encouraging to the nen-

nant-hungry Braves because the
big fellow didn't connect for his

first round-tripper last year un until
til until their 16th game on May 1 and

he didn't hit his second until

their 23rd game on May 8- 1
American League castoff Leu
Sleater, third Milwaukee pitch-,
er, limited the Cardinals to
two h'ts In 2 2 3 Innings to
gain credit for the triumph.
.The crowd of 23.984 set an
opening day record for the
Cardinals.

The Chicago White Sox. off to
their best start since 1951. also

remained unbeaten when they
downed the Kansas City Athle

tics, 6-3, with the aid of a two two-run
run two-run nlnth-lnnlne homer bv

nincn-nitter Ron Nortney. Re

gave the Philadelphia Phillies a
2-t decision over the New York
Giants, jack Meyer, who worked
the 10th inning, picked up the
win for the Phillies after Her Her-man
man Her-man Wehmeier held the Giants
to four hits In nine innings.
W'bltcy Ford tossed a fiver
hitter and Mickey Mantle
blasted his thd homer of the -year
a three-run seventh-
inning wallop to lead the New
York Yankees to a 7-1 conquest
of tbe Boston Red Sox. The
Yankees chased "jinx p'tcher
Wlllard Nixon after three
straight triumphs.
Early wynn hurled a flvc-hlt-ter
in his 1956 debut to score the
202nd win of his career as the
Cleveland Indians beat the De Detroit
troit Detroit Tigers, 3-1. Gene Woodllng Woodllng-homered
homered Woodllng-homered and Al Smith connect connected
ed connected for two hits to help hand the
wlnless Bengals their third
straight loss. r
Gus Triandos' 1 two-run sev.'
enth-lnnlng homer gave ; the
Baltimore Orioles a 3-2 win over

the Washington Senators and
enabled Jim -; Wilson. 12-game

winner in 1955.10 gain the nod
over Dick Brodowski. Clint Court Courtney
ney Courtney had three hits for thin Nats,
who now stand 1-3 for the season.

His Looks Alone
Put Needles In
Winner's Circle

LOUISVILLE ;. (NEA) Wed-
Ian want in iha nAot 4 Via faimkilfn

.iTM; .'SSi ftree hyear-old out-

year, shut out the Athletics for

1 13 innings to pick up the de

cision.

Brilliant pitching wa3 the or
der of the day as a total of 194,
015 fans viewed the eight "secon "secondary
dary "secondary openers." ;
Roger Craig didn't yield a
hit until the seventh inning
and finished with a four-hitter
as the World Champ'on Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers beat the Pittsburgh Pirates,
5-0. Craig, who struck out eight
.batters, was aided bv two hom homers
ers homers by Junior Gilliam who
drove In four Brooklyn runs.

Sam Jones, N.L. strikeout king
!n 1955, also pitched a four-hitter
and struck out nine batters
behind an 18-hlt attack that

carried the Cubs to a 12-1 rout

of the Cincinnati Redlegs. Mnn

te Jrvln blasted a homer, double
and single. Ernie Banks homered
and Dee pondv weighed in with
three hits In the Chicago as

sault.

Del Ennls broke up another
tieht nltchlne duel with a 10th-

innlng bases-filled single that

ings this year, is the current fav favorite
orite favorite in the Kentucky Derby, May

5.
This is nothing new tor the D
and H Stable's stretch-runner, The

son of Ponder was on top before
he ever went to the races T wo
years ago, he was adjudged the

winner in the Honda Breeders'
Yearling Show on good looks alone.
"I just hope he keeps looking
that way," says Trainer H u g n
Fontaine, "so we can dress him
up with roses after the Derby.'!

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LAS VEGAS, Ncv. (NEAV (NEAV-Prize
Prize (NEAV-Prize money for the Tournament
of Champions at Wilbur Clark's
Desert Inn Country Club here,
Apil 26-29, totals $35,000. the larg largest
est largest amoung ever offered for a
golfing event in the far west.
BROWN OLD-TIMER
PROVIDENCE, R. I. (NEA)'
Brown is in its 84th season of in

tercollegiate baseball.

Trout 3 0 3
McArthur. E 0 2 4

Raybourne ... ,,,...11
Welch 0 1
McArthur, c l 0
Perez ......... 1
Lombano 1 0

Riley

Totals

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1 1
0 2

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Macaws Defeat Pglomas 4-2
To Cop Fasllkh League Title

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the Fastllch League champion

ship last night, before a large
crowd at Balboa Stadium. 4-2
over the Palomas in a very well

played ball game.
Charley French, who was on
the mound for the Macaws was

in rare form giving up but two

hits, walking tnree ana xanning
11 men. George Barbier was
touched for seven hits and he
walked six men.
French was also the leading
hitter of the game having a per perfect
fect perfect nlffht with four-for-four.

The Fastllch league will now
nick an All-Star Pacific side

team consisting of 12 boy3 whol

will dav the Atlantic side All

Star teen age league.
These games will start In a a-bout
bout a-bout ten days and will be nlayed
on both sides of the Isthmjs.
Definite dstes of the ylay off
will be published lat?r. .

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' a 55-pound spoonbill catfish he
. caught while trolling the head head-,
, head-, waters of the Lake of the Oz Oz-.
. Oz-. arks, hard by Warsaw, Mo. The
, huR fellow was landed after
4 fighting furiously ..35. .minutes.

DesLondcs If . .
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.Totals

3 0 0 0 0
1 10 0,0

26 4 7 21 1

Palomas
Ruii 2b'..:...:... I I 1-4 0
Eastman cf 2 .1 1 11
Pederson m ... .-. ; 2 0 0 1 1

Barbier p ........ 3 0 0 1 S
Garcia 3b 3 0 0 1 1
Allen If ..." 3 0 0 0 0
Snodgrass c ,. ... 2 0 0 8 1
Kline lb 2 0 0 4 0
Sander rf ........ 2 0 0 1 0

Totals

..23 2 2 21 7

The box score:

Macaws
Eberenz if

French n 4 2
P. Cor rig an ss . . 4 1
Durfee c 2 0

Hitchcock 3b .... 3 0
Amato 2b 4 0
E. Corrigan lb ... 2 0

Ab R II Po

3 0 Q 0

4 2
2 0
1 12

0 1
0 1
0 5

Score By Innings

Macaws .200 010 14
Pulomas 100 001 02

SUMMARY En-ow: Barbier,
Hitchcock. Rumv batted in: P.
Corrlgu, Durfee 2, Eastman.
Stolfn bases, French 2, Durfee 3,
P. Corrigan.' Watts, Eastman 2,
Parbier. Pederson, Ruiz. Sacri Sacrifice
fice Sacrifice hits: Durfee. Kline. Hit bat.

A Iters: Eastman (by French). Pass-

0 cd ball: snodgrass. Struckout by:
3 French 11( Bartler 9. Base on
1 balls off: Barbier 6. Fernch 3.
1 Left en base: Macaws 6. Palomas

13. Winning pitcher: French. Los-

Ollng nltche:-. Esrbler. Umpires: R.

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Legless Vet
Wins Battle
To Regain Job

. wiSWTNriTOW ArirlTJl (UP)
' James Kutcher, legless World
War II veteran who was tired by
the Veteran Administration on
loyalty grounds, won a legal bat
tle yesterday to get ma jod ock.
The UJ8.' Court of Appeals
ruled la s 8-to-l opinion that
Kutcher'a 1953 dismissal from
bis $4l-a-week Job as a VA
Clerk was improper.
-It said the reasons given for
the discharge did not conform
with the original' cb
ttrnucrht aeainst him.
: Kutcher 44. of Newark
was accused of being a member
and employe of the Socialist
wnrlcers nartv. a iroiSKyitx
Communist organization on the
feanartl'l 1lhv0rSlVe
attorney general's subversive

list, t ::.v :: ;v v r. "f'day after- their, grief-stricken
He as fired on grounds he families had gone home to pre-

ht the
oreanlzatlon which sou
vlnlpnt nvfrt.Virow Of the U.S.
government by unconstitutional
means.
1 Judge E. Barrett Pretty man,
v. he wrote the majority opin opinion,
ion, opinion, said a government em employe
ploye employe "must have a fair chance
to defend himself npon the
very grounds on which he may
be discharged.' v-
The ruling means that
government, If It still wishes to
ismlss Kutcher, will have to
start an entirely new proceeding
under the Federal security pro
gram.

The veteran's attorney, Josephable-I wouldn't have believed

L. pau Jr.; told the court that
no hearings had been held to
determine if the .Workers Party
was properly listed on the at attorney
torney attorney general's subversive list.
If the court upheld the dis discharge,
charge, discharge, he said, "no one is safe."
Kutcher himself denied the
party advocates, the violent
overthrow of the rovCrnment.
His case came before the court
earlier after he was fired under
the Truman administration loyalty-
program.; ;:.("H-r"
The court ruled at that time
that admitted membership 4 in
the Workers party could not be
the sole test of loyalty, a ;
Additional hearings were held
and Kutcher was discharged a a-galn
galn a-galn under the Elsenhower ad administration's
ministration's administration's security program.
. At one point, Kutcher's $329-a-month
veterans pension was
withdrawn on the basis of secret
charges that he aided the Com Communists
munists Communists during the Korean War.
The VA- reinstated the pen pension
sion pension last Jan. 8.
First Gibson Girl
Model Dies At 83
GREENWOOD.' Vs.. April 21
(UP ) Mrs. Irene Langhorne
Gibson, S3, widow of Charles Da Dana
na Dana Gibson and the model for the
original Gibson Girl drawing, died
yesterday at her home here. f
Mrs. Gibson came to Greenwood
from New York three yesrs ago
(o make her home in Virginia, her
native state. Her sister,. Lady. As As-tor.
tor. As-tor. had visited her recently and
sailed for England only a week a a-so.
so. a-so. J
Mrs. Gibson married Gibson In
1896 and a year later he used her
as the model for the first in a se series
ries series of magazine drawings and
btrk Ulusfratinns:' He died in 1944.
4 She and Lady Astor.were two of
th Langhorne sisters, daughters
of Cbl. Chiswell Dabney Lang Lang-home,
home, Lang-home, and all noted for their beau beauty.
ty. beauty. She also was interested in pub public
lic public affairs and during the depres
sion worked for unemployment re re-lieT
lieT re-lieT and in 1934 was named to a
committee to study immigration
and naturalization.

L U X IToday! CENTRAL

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31st TEAR

Three Entombed Coal Miners

IZ'As Families Prepare

' SUNNYSIDE, Utah, AprU 21
Wttdi Thr ira. .ninmhij
b a MM ttLV6.lTi for near.
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w tw dav. were r-c-ued yester
pare mPmorlal services.
None of the three in the "one
Jn a million" rescue was injur injured
ed injured seriously although Joseph
A. Archuletta said he had to
"cut my own f nger with a
pocket knife to get it free from
the loading machine." i
Archuletta said that, added to
the pain, he was "getting elec-
trli1fv frnm tV tnaHai.
1.. VJ A Vlll Wile lunubi,
"I thought I'd better cut the
fineer free nr else vet electro-

neicutea,'' ne said.

Dr. James McCllntock, chief
Dhysiclan for the Sunnvside
Mines, said Archuletta suffered
injuries to two lingers.
"It wa. remarkable nnheliev
they could be alive If I hadnt
seen it myself,"' said McCllntock
"The 'old boy' up there must
be watching out for us," said one
of the miners, Lavell M. Golding,
'"If we'd been one or two feet
in any direction, we wouldn't
nave naa a cnance." -. .. s
Lloyd A. Heath said: "None
of us was ever' worried. But I
didn't think for a while we'd
get out so we could go dancing
Saturday night." -. -'
Red PreniierMl
Clamp Iron Ciii1ain
On East Germany
BERLIN April 21 (UP) -Communist
reports' indicated today
Premier Otto Grotewohl may be
preparing to clamp down the Iron
Curtain on Berlin to check the
stream of refugees flowing west
ward at a rate of more than 450
.day.-.. .'.V.'
The press office in Communis
Berlin said Grotewohl demanded
action at a cabinet meeting yes
terday to halt the flight of Ger
mans from the Soviet Zone to
Western Germany.
He charged that West Germany
is a "slave market" and described
he'vohintary flight of Osrnian an-
ti Communits through the Iron
Curtain as "criminal reornitin""
There was.no official indication
as to what measures the Reds
have in mind, but a likely first
step-would be to tighten restric
tions in Berlin, the only easy es.
cape route still open to Germans
seeking freedom... .'
Klsehere a'ong the I'on Cur
tain they v have to .clrumvent
mines, barbed wire and armed
sentries. Any German who can
make his way to Red Berlin, how however,
ever, however, usually has to do nothing
more than stroll across the bor
der into t the city s western sec sec-tors.
tors. sec-tors. V- i ..
More than 50,000 Germans have
fled to the west so far this year
about 20,000 more than in the
same period last year.
i FE0 'CHARITON Y
MacMURRAY-HESTON)
DONNA BARBARA
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know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.

PANAMA, R. P SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1958

A fourth miner, foreman Joe
Otterstrom. also buried beneath
tons of rock and coal Wednesday.
still was missing and was
pre-
sumea aeaa.
' Golding said they thought
that Otterstrom, father of seven
- High Bids Low
On Pump Station.
frWtth an offer of $99,687, C. A.
High was low bidder on t.h
construction of a sewage numo-
mg station and the installation
or approximately 5,000 feet of
iorce mam and outfall In Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. !, :
Bids for the project,; which
will be the first steps In the
construction of a complete new
sewage disposal system for ca ca-S81,
S81, ca-S81, Zone communtles on the
racure Hiae, were opened Frl
day mornlnc in t.h Hm
tion BuUdlng at Balboa Heights,
by Colonel Hugh M. Arnold, En Engineering
gineering Engineering and Construction Director.,--
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Other bids ranging front $105, $105,-175
175 $105,-175 to $143,666 were submitted
Dy J. v. carter and J. V. Carter,
Jr., Bildon, Inc., and Ventas
The pumping station and
force main to be built under th
present contract will take care
of Balboa only. ;The' pumping
station will be located In Balboa
in the vicinity of the Balboa
Magistrate's Court and the pipe
line .will run from the pump
station through La Boca to
empty into the Canal off Pier
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9-Day Trensporlalion
Over In MCily
v MILWAUKEE, Wis.,. April 21 V
(UP) Buses and streetenrt h.
gan rolling again today in this a a-rea
rea a-rea of almost a million persons for
the first time in nine days.
Twenty one hundred drivers end ended
ed ended a strike late yesterday by ac accepting
cepting accepting a 16-cent hourly wage in
crease mey naa rejected curlier,
A fleet of 500 vehicles started mov moving
ing moving at 4 a.m.
a crew or "hi maintenance men
worked most of the night getting
jne 300 buses. 180 trackless trol
leys and 20 streetcars ready to
go. ":. :.,"v :.j v. ;,
The settlement ended an eight
day public transportation shut shutdown
down shutdown that flooded the streets with
record, automobile traffic, brought
out hitchhikers in full force and
caused a slump in downtown shop-ping...--;..
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Charles Brehm, local union pres pres-dent,
dent, pres-dent, said "we are happy to see
the strike end.,,(,.--"!-.-,...-...;:i",,:f.,,.
"Fred Johnson, Transport Com
pany president, was happy too.
"I'd like to express my appre appreciation
ciation appreciation to the people of Milwau Milwaukee,?
kee,? Milwaukee,? he said, :and someone ought
to throw a big bouauet to the no-
lice for keeping traffic moving.' 1
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termines determines the state of training of the unit and will determine if the schools are to be designated as Honor ROTC units for
the coming year. Pictured above are Maj. David Cantor and Capt. Alvin Ash inspecting the Cristobal High School ROTC
unit at the review held during the inspections Also shown are the Battalion Staff of the Cristobal High School ROTC Bat-
talion and Capt. William J. Lober, Jr., PMS&T of the Canal Zone ROTC and' Capt. James C. Cloud, Assistant PMS&T of
Cristobal High School ROTC. ..

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Memorial Services

children, had got out before the
cave in
"He didn't
have a cnance, I
guess." said Golding.
Tne miners saia mey were
knocked beneath a loading ma machine
chine machine when the rocks began fall
ing in the tunnel, .saving' them
selves from being crushed
Heatn saia air "seepea tnrouen
the cave-in so we didn't have
trouble breathing."
Rescue crews had given up
hope for them-and were using
dynamite blast through the
rubble when a faint tapping
was heard late Thursday night.
- Heath said they could hear
the rescuers working overhead.
"When we first heard the dig
ging of the men we started hol hollering
lering hollering and whistling," he said.
Candidates Sought
For Stale Confab
Canal .organization bureau dl
rectors have again been invited
to nominate from among their
employes individuals in Grade
GS-7 or below whom they con
aider eligible to compete for
nomination from the canal Zone
In the Eighth Junior Manage
ment Intern Program to be held
in wasnmgton, D.c, from Sep
tember 21 to January 25.
Nominations of candidates for
the written qualifying examln
atlon must be sent to the Per
sonnel Director's Office by May
Written examinations will he
given candidates locally by the
Board of U.S. Civil Service Ex-
amalnera and appointments will!
be made from
those whosei
grades fall above
scorer-'":'.-:-, 'l;-.--
. the cut-off
To be eligible for nomination,
the candidates must have at
least one year of Federal civilian
employment at the time of ap appointment;
pointment; appointment; a disposition to
make active and resourceful at attacks
tacks attacks upon problems; ability to
organize and work effectively
with others; and a positive atti attitude
tude attitude toward public service as a
career.
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The training will consist of
orientation, group discussion,
and academic work at the Amer American
ican American University and Geo r g e
Washington University; periodic
evaluations oi perrormance by
work supervisors, work assign assignments,
ments, assignments, conferences with the nro-
gram staff and advisors: and
periodic progress reports.
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Last year the candidates chos
en from. the canal zone to par
ticipatein the Seventh Junior
Management Intern- Program
were William S. Wlgg, Superviso Supervisory
ry Supervisory Administrative Assistant In
the General Services Section and
J. M. Watson. Chief Clerk in the
Cristobal Field Office of the
Maintenance Division.

NEWSPAPER

nVB CENTS
Rescued
"Then. right away we could
hear rockf lying. They were die
ging to us. Golding had a pick
off the joy (mechanized) leader.
He did the hammering that the
guys outside first heard."
Heath,-the last man to be re
moved after -42 hours In the
trap, said, "we were pounding
off and on the entire time but
they couldn't hear .us until they
got over tne top." ...j
ine funeral-like atmosphere
at tne tunnel entrance turned
into a ioyous, tearful reunion
when the families otVthe mi miners
ners miners heard of the rescue and
rushed to the mine. -"I
feel pretty Bood." said Gold
tag, w.ho has four children and
two grandchildren. "I guess my
wife fretted a lot. She sure was
nappy today." -,
Archuplelta said he keDt
thinking about his son. "When "Whenever
ever "Whenever I thought I could see him.
I'd L tell him was all ?iBhljike
meniai leiepauiy. it must have
worked because he told my wife,
don't worry, daddy's all ighV
Heath said the "first 24 hours
went pretty fast; I wasn't hun hungry,
gry, hungry, just thirsty.
: "Lavell asked me if I thought
we'd make the headlines. I said
yeah the obituary columns. But
Jt was just joking." i
Model GoYemment
Shaky, Fight Seen
PARIS, April 21 (UP) New
blows from right and left t o d a y
rocked Premier Guv Mniioi'i ch ..
ky minority government, now fac
ing a fax debate viucn may prect-
y i 8. mi
":it:rrr- Pl:y::,r-'" :
iax-hinu Pirr P n i m
lax-nmg rierre r o u J a d e an
roi need they will boycott the Na-
tion.? Assemb)
eainst it inJalifiaitnn t.t m
At the same time.' a Communist
im:i.im f ...ik..
an.l
'oi innoh" Ai:..t 1 i.
gaining headway. Several hundred
metalworkers in M'.i laid down

their tools yesterday Mid staged aL ;esh happened j in .nver
protfft march ' t iffts off Harson's island about 30
The only bright Si-ot in the r)icUmiles i n?rthest of Detroit. The sun sun-tine
tine sun-tine is ex-Premier Pierre Mendi;s-!ken freighter blocked traffic on
France's appial to his leftwing ra- e river that Jinks Lake Huron
diral followers to continue th-m-to 11,6 ndrth wlth Lake St. Clair,
f I pi'Ort of the government, al- The river is the boundary between
ihoufb they too oppose Mollet s Al- st- Clair County, Mich., and the,
gerian policy, --:' '-v,-.,. Canadian' province -of Ontario. I
The Socialist Premer faces his Coast Guard headquarters in
next major test in the assebblyiChicago ordered all vessels out ofj
next week, when his plan for tax the St. Clair River until salvage j
increases to finance an expanded 'tugs and barges cleared the 30-!
program of old-age benefits foot deep channel. The salvage o o-comes
comes o-comes up for debate. r peration began shortly after the
The cabinet has authorized Mol- accident at 9:30 p.m. but the Coast
let to demand a confidence vote Guard said it could not .predict
on the tax issue if necessary to get how long it would take to raise

it inrougn tne legislature, and it
appears he may, have to do so.
Pound Hound
HART,.. Mich!, April 21 (UP)
John Wolf resigned today as dog
catcher:.
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Painting Bids

In Canal Zone
Goes To Four
Bids totaling $69,255 for exte
rior and interior painting of 17.
public buildings and more than
100 houses and apartments lnt
the Canal Zone were entered by i
Servicio Brouwer, W. T. Coffey, i
Tropical paint Co. and Guardia!
and Co. ;
Bids were opened yesterday
morning in the Administration
Building at Baiooa Heights by
Col. Hugh M. Arnold, Engineer Engineering
ing Engineering and Construction director.
The Tropical paint Co. madej
low offers totaling $35,355 on i
five of the 10 paint schedules, j
Servicio Brouwer made a total
low bid of $15,600 on two of the
schedules; coney was low with a'
bid of $9,945 on one schedule and
Guardia and Co. made a total
low offer of $8,355 on the re remaining
maining remaining two. i
Other contractors entering
bids on the work were Anthony
Leggiere and Cesar Terrientes. 1
Public buildings slated ior
painting on the Panama Canal
Company's maintenance paint
schedule for the last quarter of
the fiscal year includes: two
storehouse buildings in Balboa,
Balboa Service Center, Baluoa
Bowling Center, Balboa Service
Center tailor shop, the Obstetri-1
caf and Gynecological section of
Gorgas Hospital, paraiso Junior
High School, the Administration
Building cafeteria, several store,
houses In Cristobal, the dry sto
rage warehouse at Mount Hope,
Gatun Service Center, Margarita
Fire station, the Rainbow City
High School, Moune Hope Ice
plant and abattoir ana the bath
house and filter house at the
Rainbow City swimming pool,
Also included on the schedule
are the roofs of several buildings
at. the Mindl Dairy as 'well as
roofs, exteriors and Interiors of
more than 100 houses and a-
partments in Balboa. Ancon, Dia
bio Heights andRalnbow City
2 Bio Crest Ukes
Freighters Col!;
e.
Ore Carrier Sink's
ALGONAC..MIch., April 21
(UP) -Two giant Great Lake
ireigmers coiuuea neaa-on m uie
ct pi.i- i.- v.t.rrf .;nHn
one and disabling the other.
voasi. uuara omciais couia give
. "cV"i;,ou". l

.-.iiorc carrier, a. ra, oyers m lis

main deck in 17 minutes. The 40-
t foot cement boat t.
M. Ford was
f!ncked ?ut of u.C02im,s I ""j1
I up4t nearby Russell Island.
the 10,000 ton freighter.
A lookout on tne o.uou ton up-
bound Ford was the only casual
ty. Mike Wenta was hospitalized
in nearby Mt. Clemens, Mich.,
with head, back and chest iniu iniu-ries.
ries. iniu-ries. The 30-man crew of the By By-ers
ers By-ers was transferred safely in life lifeboats
boats lifeboats to the Ford.
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A-BOMB ON
t1

OPERATION "BIG TREE IT commenced with a bang as a
simulated Atomic bomb was dropped &t the post of Fort
.Kobbe Sp-2 Sigfredo Rlvera-Suarez of Tank companv 33d
infantry Regiment, one of the simulated casualty vtims js

,MtZt ri M. "11 ,6rolcen "bs. Administering ;
tieatment are Mrs violet Brown. Kobbe First Aid team leader,
left, and Pfc. Clyde Gibson, medical aidman from Medical'
' company. ...
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WASHINGTON,' April 21 (UP)
a""- aiwuoc l&pajpi iaill113 K U 111
mittee today scuttled President
Eisenhower's request for $3,800, $3,800,-000
000 $3,800,-000 for a floating "movie palace"
to show Cinerama in foreign ports
around the world.
It also advised the State Depart Department
ment Department to be more careful about
foreign students it allows to come
to this country for study. It said
eight "mental cases" were brought
in during the last fiscal year and
had to be sent home. v
The committee took the actions
in approving a 598 million dollar
money bill o run the State and
Justice Departments and federal
courts in the new fiscal year
starting July 1. It cut Mr. Eisen
hower's request by 57 million dol-l
lars.
VOTE RECORD AMOUNT
.:'?'''''. V-;,w! ''.';. ,;fi Ha '.'...'' '.'...''-,
, '.'...''-, The committee voted a record
110 million dollars for the U.S. In Information
formation Information Agency to tell the story
of America abroad. This was 22
million dollars less than the Presi
dent sought, but still 22 million
dollars more than was granted
last year.
' With no cemmant, th commit commit-tt
tt commit-tt knocked out funds to a o n d
the Cinerama "PaUct" to 30
dttp-water port in Asia, Africa
and tho Middle East. 'Agency of officials
ficials officials had said Cinerama show showings
ings showings t past trade fairs had
been successful in y combating
Communist propaqanda.
Cinerama, the first film of the
revolutionary three-camera pro process
cess process which achieves a three-dimensional
aspect, is devoted
largely to scenic films of the U U-nittd
nittd U-nittd States and some foreign a a-reas.
reas. a-reas. '" .. .'
The committee also ordered a
3b per cent cut in Mr. Eisenhower's
request for one million collars jor

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FT. KOBBE
Clause Killed;
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the State Department's so
called
representation allowanr Th ii

reimburses diplomats overseas I' J;

sucn uimgs as entertainment. r
CALLED WHISKEY FUND'
Some congressmen refer to the
money as the State Departments
wmsKey luno. ; :- ?
'The committee nrnvidml sis i

170,000 for the State Department's
international educational exchange
program, the same as last year.
But it suggested the foreign stu- j j-denta
denta j-denta be : screened more careful

ly, f
The subcommittee provided 171-J
V4 milliondollars for the State D. :
partment; $215,900,000 for the Jus- i

uce Department; $35,400,000 f or
the federal judiciary; and 8V
million dollars for refugee relief.
While the total was 57 miUion
dollars less than Mr. Eisenhower
sought, it still was 47 million dol dollars
lars dollars more than the agencies wera
given last year.
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Fiye Arab Radio
Announcers Fired
PARIS, April 21 (UP) J The
French government today order ordered
ed ordered five Arab announcers of the -French
National Broadcasting
System expelled from France for
refusing to read a North AM- t
can peace appeal over the radio.
The announcers, four Egyp Egyptians
tians Egyptians and one Lebanese, were al- ;
lowed until tomorrow to leaver
the country, an Interior Minis Ministry
try Ministry spokesman said.
The announcers were Identic,
fied as Younan Ramses. Ahmed

Hiiai,
Ahmed Terbay and ZaU
Sourour, ail Egyptians, and Ah4

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