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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
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Panama -- Panama

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

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WACHCTCN, April 23 (IT) Three cf four Soviet
jailors who rebuffed the Soviet ambassador hvteairvj
Ur.;u?;a headed today for Capitol hiil to tell how the Reds
lured their shipmates home. ; : i
The Senate Internal Security subcommittee invited
the seamen to testify after they roughly turned down the
personal pleas of Soviet ambassador Ceorgi N. Zarubin
yesterday to return:to Russia. ',
Five of their shipmates Who joined them in seeking
asylum in the United States last fall were whisked out cf
New York April 7 by Soviet officials.

One of the four who remained,
Viktor Solovyev, 20, told the Sub-
committee last week that Soviet

agents tried to lure him- b a c k Jan van Hoogstraten, rcprenl rcprenl-with
with rcprenl-with letters from his mother. The fative M rh,,i.,.K w,-i,i e.;,,

letters warned of retaliation a-l
amst his family, if he did" not'
return.
The other three sailors are Mi Michael
chael Michael Ivankov-Nikolov, Victor Ta-
tamikova and. Ben Lrmenko.
Zarubin at a hastily-called in-
migratum Service bearing
tried
10 convnee aacti ot them to go
home. But the sailors told news newsmen
men newsmen later they told the Red Dip Diplomat,
lomat, Diplomat, "when Russia is tree, -we
will go back." :
One s.i'lor to'.J a Russian-S'-i'iikii"!
rfj'i'iter he baiked
h s r- -.d w..h a salty hut un un-'
' un-' p- e command to Zarubin.
; ambassador led in a black
t. '.;?c, brut.!).- aside ri porters
Willi "I'm sorry, I'm sorry."
Ihe United Slates this week
expelled two low-ranking m e ru rubers
bers rubers of the Soviet mission to the
United Nations for their "partic "particularly
ularly "particularly ohirrtionable" part in per persuading
suading persuading t; ? cilicr five siilors to
leave. It also rebu'.cd Aikady A.
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sailors who returned tn th Sn.
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Church World Service has been
helping the Soviet sailors since
they were granted asylum here
last fall.
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Bus tickets for students attend attending
ing attending the Latin American High Sthool
at La Boca will be sold next week
in advance of the opening of the
school Monday, May 7, to deter determine
mine determine the school bus needs, it was
announced yesterday- by the Divi Division
sion Division of Schools.
TH's will be ? M ,jt tl"
Tol Tol-ti
ti Tol-ti p

the t.. i v i any o.neit w
i.ngjthe san.e L! ,
baur '. 1

Only cnon; 'i buses will be provid-
f'l to iurni..n transpoiui:on ,ior
wose who have purchased tickets
in advance, it was announced.
Pupils in grades nine through 12
at Santa Cruz who will attend clas classes
ses classes at La Boca, may purchase bus
tickets at the Santa Cruz School.
Wednesday, May 2 from 8 to 11
a.m. and from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
SMidi-ii's in Krailes 10 ll.ro. h 12
re-,, "i I rai:o, v' o u
tend I a 1 a II' .h f hr
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;::'ET WITH FRIV.E MINISTER Soviet Premier N:!-otal Bui-c-snin
(left) and Soviet Communist Party chief Mkit a -Khrushchev
leave 10' Downing Street in London after talks with'
British Prime Minister Sir Anihony Eden tright).
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Officials Emphatically Deny
Assassination Plot Story ,,

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anin am!
knowlriJ"" of any
assassinate
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Khrushchev tlunng tneir Briusn
visit.
Tiro Er:!hh nmsretpers to to-dav
dav to-dav o.'.V'. I that Scotland Yard
had wtorri asspeciic p?of
bv fwir i 'n to assassinate
Premier Kikalal Bulqanm and
parry chief Nikita Khrushchev
while they were m England.
Ttie F-ivict lea 't'
mouth ior home ahs,-.
1 cruiser yesterday in
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m r M "Tt is common Vfnvlft" tnt

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the Soviet rfJ'me.
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Dahi Sketch said British c i i-Vwnlas
Vwnlas i-Vwnlas learned four au.-
Communist tiicgermen drro
straws somewhere on the, con continent
tinent continent to determine which oti
should attempt to kill the tour-via-
Soviet leaders.
The press reports said the al-j
Irsed assassination plot was t
reason for the tight check. M
anti-Communist refugees v j
nvght to vinit Britain wh.

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1, ft rn-ts-M-nurshchev ana tsuiganin wt
i a t ivkt.' ne and for the extreme p;
.n'cd. i cautions taken to piotect Uk
siK.esman lives. '
Eoine proypective refugee vr

ltors w'ere turned .cacK an nn
1-h rrts of entry, and it is r.
t i v er the Lu' ii..
.ii. ; i to a .no
i...s county, the newipap--J.
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;:i!!:d In Try
VIENNA, April 28 (UP) This
Hungarian boys were shot a n (
hrlicved killed by Communist bor
der guards v. hen they trid to flc
arrnsj thn Iron Curtain horrier n;
tractor vesterdav. Austrian bor
der nolire rpnnrtert todav.
A 'fourth Hungarian rcaehr.
safety on Austrian soil, the polic
rer nrled.
Lorder police said the h 0 y f
were from Magyarovar. in t;
western part of Communist Tun
jjary. Red police were sa'.l t
have spied their tractor ct.. i-':i
across the border and opened fue
with machine guns.
0 1 c3
1 .i u.tf a-a
r 'veral important charrrs :
,:r.'nments will be ma i tlil
r in me laun An rr;i
ools of the Canal Zone whid
..1 reopen Monday, May T. f-.
the new term, accordina t.i an
announcement. Friday at the Di Division
vision Division of Schools. ..'-...
Ellis LvFawcett, who has beer,
serving as Principal of the Fa Fa-raiso
raiso Fa-raiso School, has been appoWH
Principal of the La Boca I
School. He will be succeed "i at
Paralso by Miss Pearline OnUr,
La Boca Elementary school Fr.n Fr.n-cipal
cipal Fr.n-cipal last year. The new pr'nn pr'nn-ral
ral pr'nn-ral at La Boca Elementary
school will be Miss Julelte Cr
rin?ton, former teacher at Fa Fa-raiso.
raiso. Fa-raiso. :.'. j
School officials-estimat? t
enrollment of about S.7CJ r'-'
in the Latin American s. he
on cpenine day, or some 175 1
than the figure on the openir.;
v ii t'.e last school term.
Kr-' 'ration h-as been eo-i-pletei
m the eletr.entary schto!?
while lash school students v
i.rf",i. 'r-r o-i the r-eiing dav of
! schools. There wii be no change
. in t:,is jear in tuit.on chaij'
(for klnclcrgart"! pupils.

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TcLy.f.'onday
Iblurn Sbted
There will be no test patterns
telecast today or tomorrow, the
Army has announced.1 but the tests
will be resumed Monday from 8
a.m. 10 a p.m. tor bota sides of
Uie Isthmus.
Meanwhile, CFN also announced
mere win be no change from its
present 18-nour per day schedule
of radio broadcasting.
On military reservation rv.
icemen are jlooking forw-rd to the
installation of TV sets in their
various units and clubs. The Ar
my reports mat tnese Clubs are
"pushing ahead" with TV plans,
but only a few sets are actually
reaay tor me programs which are
siatea to start May 6.
It could not be learned during
the week how many television
sets had been sold at post ex exchanges
changes exchanges since the announcement
of the advent of TV on the Isth.
imis. No figures were available.
Meanwhile, a pamphletwarning
prospective buyers against possi-
oie i v racKeieers was being dis
tr l.ited by the Army's informa
t. n otiice.
Set owners, the booklet; states,
may be victimized, by phonies
operating under the guise of te-
pairmen ana salesmen. Bill Dad-
ding, fake labor charges, inferior
part substituting and worthless
warranti-s ail t-r part of a fam fam-ii;;r
ii;;r fam-ii;;r r:'''! .-n ci s use and savs
. i' i .... ,,-n i e I I
also deals Ui.h iintaii don, inton-
tnse, set bisyinjf. piL a.ls in dials
and knobs, -il the troop informa information
tion information role in the Caribbean Forces
Network station.
In' dea''pf wiih susp.cted
r'ook, three methods are ad-
Vi-'d:.
First, make sure that yon are
leaiirt wi;hin. authorized or
rrpuUule deaier. Le sure, also,
that you receive a parts and pic picture
ture picture lih warranty. I inal'y, con con-ture
ture con-ture tiibe warra.iiy. I itiaUy, con con-with
with con-with a call to t.ie Adju&tant Gen General.
eral. General. 'J
1 Oil I.
! Light rainshowers continued
throughout Panama and the Canal

'.one today lutiowin; yesterday's 1 to the court that emergency laws
; avy rsii.s on the Pacific side provide the death penalty for car car-'
' car-' insiikred to be the first heavy Irving weapons and ammunition du du-nvnpour
nvnpour du-nvnpour since the beginning of ring Cyprus' violent Strugcle to

,e dry season.
At Baltioa- lieichts the Mefeoro Mefeoro-;ical
;ical Mefeoro-;ical and llyttroprsphic Office
esterday recorded that there was
total of 1.15 inches within a few
ours, most of which was rtiea
red during noon time.
General showers all day yesfer-
ay bit all over the Canal Zone
; e.sterday except Gamboa.
Records show that the last hea hea-y
y hea-y shower at Balboa Heights oc oc-iirred
iirred oc-iirred Jan. 26 when 1.41 inches
ere reported.
iiHiilwl lis Vi
io D2 Effected
the openlm date of Latin
nerlcan schot.s has been srad srad-'!y
'!y srad-'!y moved up on the calendar
r the past two years and this
.r the school term will tee ap ap-rsxlmately
rsxlmately ap-rsxlmately the same as that of
hools in ihe Republic of pfn pfn-;a.
;a. pfn-;a. The closing date of .the
hool year will be February 6,
37.
Bus transportation will he
' ovided for children of Santa
uz and paralso who attend La
-.a High school for those who
i ve purchased tickets befoi
rnenln? day. The busses will!
" 1 at 8:10 am. in Santa Cruz:
1 8:25 a.m. at- paralso oni
nine dav. pupils will be dis dis-at
at dis-at 10:30 a.m. on the first
..ol day and busses will leave
that time. There will be noj
rnoon session on opening
.. v.' .. .;
, egular bin schedules will be
rted on Tuesday. Busses will
v on the regular schedule at
7 l a.m. from Snta Cruz r.d
7. a.m. from rarnHo. Thev
i 1 leav I, Porn a 3 o'clock
-ifrj afternoon on tl.e return
.,p.

CZkizzA IAGS
Tccni n Fhcny
SirjIIi. Story

RIO DB JANEIRO, April 29 29-(UP)
(UP) 29-(UP) A group of American fly flyers
ers flyers which two Brazilian news a a-gencleg
gencleg a-gencleg reported arrested for
smuggling minerals out of north northern
ern northern Brazil turned out today to be
merely an aerial mapping crew
or, the Inter American Geodetic
Survey. J
Herman Powell, IAGS director
for Brazil, said the ten-man
group was delayed several days
at Parnalba when the local port
captain refused to allow them to
carry out their surveying work.
Apparently, Powell said, local
news agencies "fabricated the
stories of the mineral smugglers
from this." The geodlmeter team
Is ; making preliminary mapping
surveyj lor the Brazil govern
ment, poweu aaaea.
He explained that the Ameri
cans entered Parnalba without
their Brazilian teammates nnd
that the Army forgot to notify
the port captain. Poor commun
ications prevented immediate
correction of the mistake. -Powell
said the Americans
were not arrested but merely
prevented from working. They
include four civilian eng'neers
and six Army aviators, based
in Panama.
Two Brazilian news agencies
had reported the Americans were
arrested In Tereslna,, Piaui state
capital, on charges of smuggling
ilmenite ore out of Brazil, in
planes and helicopters.
- Ilmenite is a black mineral
containing iron,, titanium and
uuinium Riiui

oxygen. Titanium extracted from!r" V3Tr.H
it h p -i tj srrn-hen steel .! r'o-Sovlet, trade. '

are iiiHue; ..
A Tfresina dispatch to t .e
i:e ildional news agency said two
American planes were seized by
local authorities. The Asapres.)
asencv said one helicopter also
was seized. ,
The reoorts said the flvfrs
landed on Caju island, near the
port of parnaiba, where they
loaded the contraband mineral
2 Lrir.'j-Ccrryfos
Grc;!c Extremist
Coys Sentenced
NICOSIA, Cyorus. April 28 (UP)
Two young Greek Cypriots were
sentenced to life imprisonment to today
day today for carrying bombs. A Brit British
ish British judge warned he will imoose
the death penalty for such offens offenses
es offenses in the future.
Judge Bernard Shaw pointed out
break its ties with Great Britain.
Life terms were assessed Cos-
tas Pitlakis, 20, a gardener, and
Nicos Moustakas, 22, a shoemak shoemaker.
er. shoemaker. Extremists tossed bombs at two
houses occupied by British serv
icemen today, but there were no
casualties. A home-made grenade
also exploded without damage in
the rear of a commando jeep.

KEGROES VOLL'N TAIULY SIT IN REA.t Despite a Supreme
Court ruling banning segregation on public transportation
within a state, passengers continue to sit apart voluntarily on
this bus In Dallas, Tex. The Dallas Transit Co. announced it
was desegreeating city buses immediately, and it would begin
moving signs from the vehicles at once.

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LONDON, April 28 (UP) The Soviets have offered
to place an order for nearly $3,000,000 worth of plastic
goods jn a speedy follow-up to Nikolai Bulganin and Niki Niki-tq
tq Niki-tq Khrushchev's plea for more East-West trade, it was
learned today. ;
News of the Russian offer came as the Soviet leaders
sailed home to Russia aboard a Soviet cruiser after their
historic 10-day visit to Britain.
It backed up a statement made bv Bulannin nt n :

don press conference yesterday that the time has come to
increase, East-West trade despite the West's embargo en
shipment of strategic goods to Communist countries. ;
Experts said the plastics order which was mainly
for door-handles would not be affected by the embargo.
But they said Russian offers of trade in other fields
were being studied carefully by government officials to
see whether or not the goods were on the restricted list.

Prime Minister Sir Anthony
Eden in a television report on
the Soviet visit last night, palnt-
. 4 ,t itn. ,.
I 1 ,uiiev and J-uicanin. ti.i
l.i a.. 1 would continue to back
the I'nited States. in Us em embargo
bargo embargo on strategic shipment
of goods to Communist coun
tries, X 1
Just how much of the Soviet
order was on the embargoed list
was not known. Russlan-speak-ing
buslneman Stanley Brad Brad-lev
lev Brad-lev announced he had nailed the
2.800,000 offer from R"ia.n
trad- delegates visiting the Brit British
ish British Industries Fair follow ne
Khrushchev and Bulganln's yisit
there last week. '
Members of the Russian party
came back to Birmingham,
where the DIF ts held, to place a
firm offer this week he said.
Both Bulganin and Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev were reported well pleased
with the success of their mission
here. In their fareweu speecnes
they stressed Soviet friendship
f. Britain nrt sources close to
their ontourage said? both
Khrushchev and Bulganin ex expressed
pressed expressed their satisfaction in pri private
vate private conversations.
Premier Edrn, too, appeared
satisfied. In his TV appear appear-ance
ance appear-ance last night he said the re results
sults results of hs talks with the ttus-
sians will allow the world to
"rest more secure."
No concrete agreement was
reached on any of the topics dis discussed
cussed discussed by the British and Rus Russian
sian Russian leaders. But none was in intended,
tended, intended, and both British and
Russian sources emphasized that
the talks proceeded according to
plan.J
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Chief aim of the talks, as stat stated
ed stated by official British sources be before
fore before Bulganin and Khrushchev
arrived here April 18 was to es-
'blish tori level person?!
t P a J'i't""
"ig, and to create an atnww... atnww...-suiable
suiable atnww...-suiable for- further dl..a;
negotiations.
Jcps Dlehcrin
I7ii!il;!:a0f
Ced China Trcda
TOKYO. April SStUPlr-For-elgn
Minister Namoru Shigemit Shigemit-su,
su, Shigemit-su, reversing hl8 previous stand,
has ordered study of the possi possibility,
bility, possibility, of establishing- formal
trade relations with Communist
China, it was reported today. i
The Kvodo'hews atenev. niint.
lng "well-informed circles." said
Shigemitsu has instructed ex experts
perts experts in his ministry to examlns
the possibility of exchanging of official
ficial official trade missions with the
Red regime in Pelplng. .
' A Communist trade mission
was allowed Into Japan last
year to dicktr with private
business, but ShigemUlsu said
at that time the Idea ot an ex exchange
change exchange of off'cial missions was
"premature."
Kyodo said some foreign min ministry
istry ministry officials are urging that
any mission sent to Peiplng be
an "overseas agency" empowder-
ed to discuss economic and cul cultural
tural cultural questions and to negotiate
for the release of Japanese pris prisoners
oners prisoners in effect, an embassy.
These officials fear that a mis mission
sion mission sent to discuss trade alons
might create belief that Japan
is trying to bypass the United
Nations embargo on war-potential
shipments to the Communist
world. t '
Jimmy Angel StiSI
Shows Improvement
, Jimmy Ahgcl, well-known fly flyer
er flyer in Latin America, continues
to Improve today at Gorgas Kcs Kcs-pital.
pital. Kcs-pital. He is suffering fro ma se severe
vere severe case of pneumonia:
'.'The 58-year-old pilot, admitted
to Gorgas last week after ha was
evacuated by rescue plane from
David airport, is still on the se seriously
riously seriously HI list however, but con continues
tinues continues to mend.
Nixon Prcises 95
Diplomats Of US
WASHINGTON. April (I'P) (I'P)-Vice
Vice (I'P)-Vice President Richard M. Nixm
said yesterday recent shilts h fco fco-viet
viet fco-viet "cold war" tactics h a v
made the work of American d -lomats
"'increasingly important."
Nixon paid high tribute to t! ;
U.S. diplomatic service in present presenting
ing presenting awards to 96 State Depart Department
ment Department employes for outstanJi
service.
: Nixon Said the fate of the f
world "is in the hands of the i
lomats."

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TEX PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDLTEXDEST DAILY KTTVS?Ari3
SATURDAY. APRIL 23, 191

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SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
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7 'At hut the rains have reached us and while we got a little
list than half an Inch, it did a world of good. As usual, where
- It was least needed they got the most, and puts of the coastal
1 region received T to 10 inches.
. While most of our vegetable orop In the valley was killed
i by freezes, we are getting an ample supply from Mexico and
, plenty of canteloupes.: I succeeded in raising canteloupes in
Boquete, but only got to eat one. The night-prowling animals
caught the scent and cleaned the Tines.
r I'm nursing my eyes and haven't been out In i week, but
1: stick to the radio and keep well up on the news. One thing
" I hear Is that the subdivision promoters have raised the price
of their houses $100 to $200, and the auto agencies are over overstocked
stocked overstocked with sales going down.
, : Things don't look quite right to me, and with all the public
- work ahead I don't see how it's going to hold upA A few of
I the car companies have laid off a number of their men. They
vju$t have too many cars and not enough business. From the
number of smashups reported, seems that would help some, as
used car lots are full of usable autos to replace, them.
. The new car examination didnt take too many off the road
J and didnt help the dealers to any extent. Well, it's up to
' them I can't drive a car anyway. :
-T Pop Wright

LAW AND
Sir;.

! 1 I have read the morbidly arrogant ideas expressed by an-
other of those malignancies that called Itself "An American
I and as a result am more than ever convinced that such char-

"IS.- i 1.4.

2 ne Virtues ui iiuncoij, ivBiu, juovv., ... i...
i few of the lofty things which their bigoted brains seek no con-fce-ra
with and against which they constantly formulate con con-Itaminatini
Itaminatini con-Itaminatini devices to make themselves look good and to, win

adherents. ".:r ...
" All AlllBllLiBIk ItWLAU ...
. hh aMAwiMn' .TT.nu.n rns

The Federal constitution with its amendments Is one of the

I cleanest legal formulas, unbiased

. .Prf i-natedlv after, severe attacks and aiiempw w acomwiw

tn r.rnve that here is as vet no
niihM.QTi.rirmivratle form of

I Comparatively, the state constitutions are not as clean, pe pe-lng
lng pe-lng more easily serviceable as a convenience for the benefit of
IpTutiSal hoodlums. It Is noteworthy that 'tradit on 'MSmrthwrn
or "otherwise) is pot law and( does not appear in the Federal
JcoasUtution; that the high standard of human behaviour super supersedes
sedes supersedes "custom." ) ,. i
Burning human beings thought to be witches was a custom.
TCn act stoutly supported by intellectuals of those days. Today,
.Jndvillwd. quarters of the world, such things do not ocur, yet
;jhere are many -who still think that witches exist. Such Is
'""W Supreme Court Judges are learned legal minds well
liouipped in the ttt of interpreting complex legal controversies
"and least likely to be used as political tools.
- A moUey of races birth to the United States of Amer,
'.ica-and by said token she has grown robust. The only deep
and Vtlceable scar she bears was made by a majilcal few
'who continue to this day through people with the frame of

.mind like "An American". to aeceive iobum.. a r
Ifcort them to refraln from further self-deception and Join the

;ranks of. p.

AiiAO
American-Born sounds much like a conceited jackass that

enjoys nothing so much as xne souna m n av
Since you" American Born, cite the Pharaoh ant as an
' ample, you might learn a. good lesson from them. Oft your,
eScyclopedia, that you brai of owning, d "t
:rou canflnd about them. Then go out and observe Uwm close closely
ly closely for days or months and see if you can find a single tostance
where the red ant and the black ant have holed up together In
'Ithe same nest and Intermingled and interbred. Smarter than
you are, eh? I wouldn't say they are segregationists but de-
- finitely .firm beWs to non-lntegraUon

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(Comment

This eolama bag beea prepar prepared
ed prepared by Victor Riesel's stall iol iol-kowing
kowing iol-kowing a bedside conference witb
the strickei columnist)
At 3:40 pm oh Thursday. Apr.
19, John Foster Dulles and his
UDdrsecretanr of state. Herbert
Hoover, Jr., left President Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's office after a discussion
that will affect our nation's
foreign policy. They passed Sec
retary of Labor James Mitchell
who was heading for Ike's office
witn two other men for discus
sions that will play ah important
part to luture domestic policies
With Mitchell was one of the
most influential labor leaders in
the country and spokesman for a
powerful bloc of union chiefs who
believe that the AFL-CIO should
not be the tail to the Democratic
party kite. -He- is Maurice A.- Hut Hut-cheson,
cheson, Hut-cheson, president of the Brother Brotherhood
hood Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners,
whose 835,000 members are- being
readied for a new giant organizing
drive from one end of the country
to the other. They were accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Maxwell Haddock, auth author
or author of Hutcheson's father's biog biography,
raphy, biography, "Portrait of an American
Labor Leader." : -,
They met a genial, robust Ike
who reminisced with them about
old Bill Hutcheson. late president
of the Carpenters. The chief exe-'
cutive characterized Big But as
"a credit to his union and the
entire nation." Then Eisenhower
spoke of his own belief in organ'
ized labor. He reminded his lis listeners
teners listeners that he had called in the
contractor who was to remodel his
farm in Gettysburg, Pa., and em-
pnasized that he wanted "100 per percent
cent percent union labor'! used.
And then Ike issued a presiden
tial proclamation commemorating
the 75th anniversary of the found founding
ing founding of the mighty Carpenters Un Unionthe
ionthe Unionthe first such message since
he became President.
There is more political signifi significance
cance significance to that diamond iubitie
greeting than meets the eye. Hutch
eson, Sr. was one of the leaders of
the Republican bloc inside labor.
He and other officials of building
trades unions were the die-hards
who never took with grace the
growing intimacy between nation
al union chiefs and the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic party. k . r it
Like father, like son., Today,
Maurice Hutcheson is the leading
advocate of cutting labor's close
link with the New Deal-Fair Deal
descendants. (
: Young Hutch is VaUvini the old
tine craft unions to his oositionJ
wnue there are many who char'
acienze uus Dioc as openly pro pro-Republican,
Republican, pro-Republican, Hutcheson-insists that
. i : -1 1 i. i i it ...I..
a b essentially raiatuB-OMne-road"
group. As he puts it: ,
"We do not endorse any one
political party, nor do we claim
that all the evil or the goodness
in the World is housed within any
particular party. As a nation we
have prospered because we have
a two-party system which vies to
win the favor of tire electorate.
No labor leader is in a position
to deliver the votes of 16,000,000
organized union men and women
to any particular party Labor will
not latch itself on to any single
party's coat-tails in 1956. We will
vote the man, not the party."
What seems, on the surface. to
be just a move to prevent labor
endorsement of a Democratic pres
idential candidate may qet mush mushroom
room mushroom into an actual swing toward
support of the GOP, For there are
many openly Republican labor
leaders who are hoping to push
Hutcneson in mat direction.
Ike's interview with the Careen-
ters' chief, then, is o move to
strengthen the pro-Republican sen sentiment
timent sentiment in some, of the nation's
biggest unions.
Hutcheson Is coupling his drive
for a non-partisan political position
with a drive for one million more
members. This venture heine
launched 'even as the AFL-CIO's
national organizing campaigns
seems boeged down by a combina combination
tion combination of jurisdictional fights and the
racial tensions in the south will
go after unorganized workers in
many fields. These include "build "building
ing "building and construction, lumber, saw.
mills and logging tamps,, furniture
manufacturing, display fixtures,
millwork and resilient material
plants." i . ' j
Specific plans are being spelled
out at a series of eight regional
conferences called "Opera "Operation
tion "Operation Workshop." Delegates from
the union's 2900 locals in the U.S.
and Canada will hear prominent
persons from Doth parties as well
as the governors of those states
where the sessions are being held.
Workshops have alraady been held
in Philadelphia, Boston, Toronto
and Spokane. By May 12, sessions
will have been held in San Fran
cisco, Wichita, Chicago and Lake
land, ria. i
Tha carpenters are sure looking
for joiners.

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WASHINGTON (NEA) Onei : When hew Soviet leaders Khrush-, Bulgarian Premier Vulko Cher Cher-interpretation
interpretation Cher-interpretation gaining credence in'chev and Bulganin went to Bel-'venko has been fired. Seven for-

Washington on what has been hap
pening lately behind the Iron Cur
tain might be entitled,' 'The Tri Triumph
umph Triumph of the Eggheads." v
inis is no renecuon on the bald baldness
ness baldness of Communist party boss Ni-
kita Khrushchev. The term "egg-
neaa is used in its American
political slang deinition of an in intellectual.,
tellectual., intellectual., "'. s ;'-v W
Students of modern Russian his
tory maintain that the late Pre
mier J. v. Stalin just couldn't
tolerate the egghead theoreticians
of international communism. He
was said to be afraid ef them and
mistrust them. 1
He liquidated those he could.
The price of ponconformity to his
own views was a bullet in the
head. Those who escaped did- so
only "by 'submerging' their wn
ideas ana yessing.uie dictator, on
everything. ', ; ,.
The prime example of this is
offered by the case of Marshal
Tito of Yugoslavia. He Is probably
the number one egghead of mod
ern international communism,
TItiO refused to take dictation
from Moscow. He remained a
Communist., But the brand of
communism he promoted was his
own Idea of what he considered
best for Yugoslavia and he col-l
laborated with the West. For this
he was kicked out of the Com
minform and relations with Mos
cow were broken.

Wa I ter Wi nchell I si

BROADWAY
Far Out Frrmt? Aanrv Pnmli
leaning against the 53rd and '5th
lamn-Dost lat 2 a.m.) waitms fnr
hu cue in All Hitchcock's "The
m w oa
Auorney-uenerat ana mrs. n.
Browned studying the Stork Club
hoi-polloi. .. .J. Edgar Hoover and
Clyue Tolson, the top G-Men fin
Lindy's), reporting that Pulitzer
Prize medalist, uon Whitehead
(formerly of the AP) has written
13 chapters on the FBI s thruung
history. .The Jean Pierre Au
monts and Charles Boyer making
the rounds of the midtown yawn-j
spots. .Julie Andrews, the "Fair
Lady" leading lady, and her be be-trotned,
trotned, be-trotned, Tony Walton of London
. .Ben uazzara of "liaaui ana
Elaine Stritch making it public
at the Versailles' ringside. .Holly
wood's Edmund Purdom, a stuay
m melancholy. .composer jim
my Mciiugn, in tears, over tne
fate of "btrip For Action." His
tunes will survive. Especially "Too
Young to Go Steady" .- .Mrs.
Gary Cooper,-hatless at The Col Colony.
ony. Colony. She paints white streaks in
her lovely auburn hair,
Sallies in Our Alley; At McCar McCarthy
thy McCarthy 'a the topic was Broadway's
top "musical-wow, "My Fair Laoy"
. . us anaws rygraaiion,-' you
know," said a first-nighter, "In
which a guy makes a. glamorous
thing out of a street waif" . ."Big
deal!" yawned 1 a Broadway ite.
"Lindy's did : the Same thing with
a herring!" ...Jayne' Mansfield
was asked if she knew what boor-
is
is. ."Sure, was the reply.
he's President of 20th Century
Fox!'
Broadway Vignette: Lee Bor
den's last-laugh can be heard all
over midtown. .He shelved his
act to become personal manager
for Edwin Kim Ying, an Ameri.
can-born Chinese. .One of the
countless stage-hopefuls, Who found
it tough to'reach a rainbow. -.me
wise-guy-set taunted Borden with:
Oh, well. Kim ring can always
make your chop-suey or do you'
laundry"
We dont think s
Kim is very busy being a hit
at New' Haven in a new musical,
"Shangri-La."
Memos of a Midnighter: 2sa
Zsa's ex-husband George Sanders

Meet the Press

Eggheads Emerging 5v
By 'PETER EDSOii

grade and made peace with Tito.'
it was the first triumph of an
egghead qver Stalipism. ; .;
bmce the Communist party s 30th
Congress in Moscow at the end!
of February, the new collective
leaaersnip nas oeen trying to "oe-.
Stalinize" not only Soviet Russia
dui an .me vommunisi satellite
governments as well.;
The murder of -70 out, of. 133
members ef the Russian Commu-,
nist pagty's Central C mmittee,
on Mann s order, has been repu repudiated.
diated. repudiated. The purge of Marshal
Tukachevsky and hundreds of Red
Army leaders in 1937 has been
denounced. By liquidating these
military eggheads, it Was charged
that Stalin had left Russia unpre
pared for Hitler's 191 attack.
other potential nig brains --Of
this era who showed- signs of in independent
dependent independent leadership to rival Sta Stalin
lin Stalin are now being rehabilitated.
The memory of Bukharin. Rykor,
Marshal Bluecher and half a doe-
en others is now to be revered,
The same thing goes on in the
Russian satellites. ; v
t ormer f oreign Muuster uiszio
Rajk of Hungary has now been
cleared of the false charges which

sent him to the gallows in 1949. that the new eggheads will de de-Poland's
Poland's de-Poland's former Foreign Minis- mand more and more freedom and
ter Vladyslaw Gomulka. found in time set rid -of tha colleetiva

guilty of Titoism in 1949, has been
ireea rem jsu.

is giving piaywnght Arthur Miller, The World Confidential," but re-
rnmnatitinn in tha MaiHIvn Mnr.'iiuul tn amwnt a 9nA Mi

ma .rnn.lnj. r-.. tM.
lis sure Lili Kartell is the last love,
hi. lit u;. .k.
Winthrop Gardiner's next. (He just
aurogaieu oonia neiua; win ue
Beth Copp. .Brooklyn has a Grace
Grimaldl, too. At 53 Dvision Ave
. .NBC's Roger Gimbel and ac actress
tress actress Jan Davis -are next week's

wedding. .Nicky Hilton is squiring! Broadway Controversy: The pro pro-an
an pro-an Oriental Princess about town i'.ucer of "Waiting For Godot,"
Shjh Hsieb, attractive daughter of starring Bert Lahr at the Golden,
the Gov. of Formosa. .John Ja lauarrels with the column's ex-

cob Astor's constant companion1
is Barbara Reese, a luscious
looker. .Carol Channing's inner

circle say she has Vegas plans' Myerberg says we used quotes "out
for her freedom. .Anthony Steel's V context" .Such as Mr. At At-betrothal
betrothal At-betrothal sparkler for Anita Ek-lkinson's "it Is aa uneventful, maun maun-berg
berg maun-berg cost $25,000. .Locals Just'dering, loquacious drama'' .
back from Paris report the Darrjii producer M. Myerberg argues that

zanucx-Beia nam matter u over, the same reviewer called it in in-.
. in-. .They say Liz Whitney's horse mDhant in every respect His

at Laurel will win today.
Show Business Novelet: 'Elaine
Aiken couldn't get a bit role in
any Broadway show. Desper
ate for funds, she recently became
Marilyn Monroe's Girt Friday
. .The change of scenery changed
her whole life in a few weeks.
Movie actor Rod Steiger fell mad madly
ly madly in love with herso daffy about
her he took her with him when he
had to see hu tailor or agent.
While waiting foe him in a book
ing agency waiting room, a movie
director inquired: "tan you actc
. ."Yes," she told him, "but I
have never had a chance to prove
jit on a screen or stage" , ."that's
treat ne sam. -xou u oe per
fect in the part" . .Elaine is now
before the Paramount cameras.
She will share the billing with Jack
Palance. .Elaine, broke a few
weeks ago, is getting $8,000 for
her first mm; sm.owj tor ner next.
Times Sq. Circle: Marilyn Mon Monroe's
roe's Monroe's puffucity (besides the up
eomina Time eover saga) includes
a Pete Martin thesis in the Sal
evepost next month. Doubreday win
put it between covers. The title:
Will
Acting Spoil Marilyn Mon-
roe?" ... "What's My Line?" is
seeking a celeb to take over Fred
Allen's panel-pew. The late star
once said: "The only thing that can
happen to you on a panel show is
falling off the chair" . .The New
Yorker carried an ad (April 21st)
for Lee Mortimer'? book, "Around

JO .(

mer Bulgarian leaders charted
with a Titoist plot to overthrow
the Red regime In Sofia have
been let Out of tail.
And so it goes. There are two
current theories in Washington I
wnere it is admitted nobody
knows the real answer on why U
inis is nappenmg.
One. is that the old Bolshevik
Headers. r Bulganin, Khrushchev
and Miltovan did this on their
own responsibility they Vented
to make sure there would not be
another Stalin era of murders and
intrigue, ..
The other theory is that the
Russian industrial revolution of
the pasj 39 years has developed a
new class of highly skilled and
intelligent, factory managers, technicians-
and scientists. They are
said ,tOt constitute rJt-'new )'bour )'bour-geois"
geois" )'bour-geois" within classless Russia.
They are. the new intelligensia
ue new eggneaos, u you please;
It is believed that they exrt
a' considerable internal nressure
on the Russian government Thev
jare no longer willing to take 11-
tne ounK that staitn handed out.
The one ray of hope in the sit
uation is seen In the possibility
dictatorship or whatever it is that
l governs Russia now.
M en Yor
D..i.k..j. i u ni... 'i.i ik.
"Follies" are that show's eooling-
system .Recently divorced Greta
Thysen's current shadow is Ken
Clark. .Christine Jorgensen's vir virtuous
tuous virtuous act at Cafe Society features
3 costume changes behind a
screen. (Peekabooby!)
censts from the reviews We
ioted that many saluted the
1 star's playing, but producer M
huge newspaper ads feature that
line. .-.Studying the critic's review
again we found that Mr. Myerberg
uses that quote out ef context, .
After Mr, Atkinson prefaced his
notice with: "Don't expect us to
vni.in 'Waiting For Godot' It
ia a mvaterv wranped in an enig-
mm h nf farad an explanation.
adding "the drama Is a puzzle puzzlement'7
ment'7 puzzlement'7 played as though the actors
"understand every line of it" .
The critic, praising director Her Herbert
bert Herbert Berghof, added: ."The per performance
formance performance he has staged is trium
phant in, every respect.
Cast of Characters: Gretchen
Wyler, the pet ef the critics when
"ciiv stnaklnn" opened, had to
spurn Gwen Verdon's role in "Yen "Yen-kVes"
kVes" "Yen-kVes" because she eouldat get
out of the show., now touring.
cinvin" ttavi bar 3250. .Guy
lVWaauB)w sr at.
Lombtrdo is unhappy oyer the
firings on his program. He also
winces at the corny format .Bar .Barbara
bara .Barbara Ceok, the youngster who
clicked big m "Plsln a Fancy,"
..'iara Shirley Jones
and Jsne Powell for the lead in
the teevee dkwhiw
... wa the Brains
Dept behind the early Rainier-Kelly
press-relations. Took no fee-The
one Rainier almost hired (vu
Father Tueker) had to be
dropped. A "gypsy" .The per person
son person behind Anita Ekberg'S spurt
to stardom is rareiy menuoneu.
(Continued on Page THREE)

Ol!:2 TA$!OT0:!
OinnY-66-Pi0u::D

WASHINGTON One reason U.S.
policy in the .Near East has been
confused is the fact the the Na National
tional National Security Council has been
split wide open over what steps to
take in case the Israeli-Egyptian
dispute flares into, aa all-out coo-
nagration.
The Navy, which has drawn
heavily on Arabian oil in the
past, wants to take strong action
to preserve future oil. So does the
Air Force, which has an impor important
tant important base at Dhahran.
But the Army feels differently,
and so does John Foster Dulles.
The Army, which had to take the
main beating in Korea, is worried
about getting bogged down on the
desert sands in a preventive po police
lice police action into which the Rus Russians
sians Russians would throw' countless Mos Moslem
lem Moslem "volunteers" similar to the
Chinese volunteers which did the
major fighting in Korea.
Secretary Dulles has a i m 1 1 a r
iears. Having claimed credit for
getting the United States out of
to get the United States in a police
aciton which might degenerate in
to war-Jespecially Just before e-
lection..' .;.t, .'J
Dulles 'therefore, .argues that if
Allided forces are sent to the Near
East, Britain should carry the
chief burden at least until the
United Nations takes official .ac .action.
tion. .action. Jl ''
. i ., i-; ". ''.'s.
WASHINGTON PIPELINE -Congratulations
to Pan" Ameri
can Airways for their patriotic
b in staging an emergency air-
of fammS alobulin to Argen
tina. Pan Am's prompt action in
transporting this serum free and
placing a special plane at the dis disposal
posal disposal of the Natioanl Founda
tion for Infantile Paralysis saved
a lot of Ives in Argentina. Pah
Am received a special commenda
tion from the .State Department
. Reports are untrue that Pan
American airways turned over a
plane to Argentina's ousted dicta dictator
tor dictator Peron for his personal use .
The Eisenhower administration is
caught in its own cost-cutting
squeeze. The GOP economy wave
two years ago forced the Mussel
Shoals nursery to dose down.
Result: There's a serious shortage
of seedlings, needed for the ad administration's
ministration's administration's soil bank plan ...J
it will take an estimated 330,000
to put the Mussel Shoals nursery
back into operation, and two. years
for it to begin producing v usable
seedlings .... one long-range ef effect
fect effect of the GOP economy will be
to stunt the growth of future
forests. This, will mean less news newsprint
print newsprint 20 years from now for news newspaper
paper newspaper which already have a pa
per ..problem ... .Senator Ander
son oi new Mexico, a termer sec
retary of -agriculture; has rre-
signed Jrom the Senate Agriculture-Committee
for the sake of his

SSrtaE? wi?mTH2 Sr, .S tt 8" loDbvists won't Contribute
SSti waZrf utto the Republican campaign.. untU
furious 1- his doctor they know where Ike stands on a

was endangering his health. -Like
Eisenhower, he isn't supposed to
Eisenhower
get excited
MYSTERIOUS MESSAGE
from Prime Minister Eden to Ihe
President w h i c h Ike said he
didn't get is still intriguing dip diplomats.
lomats. diplomats. No solution is in sight.
However, here are some back background
ground background facts which may shed a lit little
tle little UehL On March 25. t reported
' .Vi M. """",
that the Prime Minister had sent
a secret message warning .that
war seemed certain in the Near
East in M days. He urged that
the .United States and England
stand together.
On April 2. Joseph Alsop car
ried a somewhat similar, more de
tailed resort from London. La
ter, the British Foreign Office
confirmed the message. The State
Department has also admitted
unofficially that this and other sim
Oar messages were received. This
particular message was delivered
to Walworth Barbour, U.S. Minis Minis-terjn
terjn Minis-terjn London, who wss summoned
to No. 10 Downing Street where
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, 53 Gaelit ..
, 14 Musical
syllable
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1 54 Golf mounds
37 Enervate
1 DOWX
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Eden scrawled out the letter to
ke inhis own handwriting.
. My State Department sources
say categorically that this mes message
sage message was given to the President
further, that all messages from
Prime Minister Eden are imme immediately
diately immediately delivered to the White
House. There have, however, been
many inssages, and Ike may
'have been confused by the idea
of a "recent" message since the
Eden letter was then about- two
weeks old. -.k-,,.:."
...... '. v., r-
- OTHER SNAFUS
State Department offials also re recall
call recall some other important snafus
involving messages that were sent
to the White vHouse. .-
. In the fall of 1953 when Ike was
on a "work-and-play" sojourn at
Denver, the State Department sent
him a personal letter from Chan Chancellor
cellor Chancellor Adenauer of Germany. This
happened to be a letter which the
State Department had asked Ade
nauer to write Ike, suggesting an -old-cloths
drive 1n the United
States for East-German refugees,
escsping to West -Germany,
1 Eisenhower never answered Ade Adenauer's
nauer's Adenauer's letter. It lay around Den Denver
ver Denver for three weeks, so long that -the
State Department decided -to -forget
the- whole business.;: 4
- Last October In Denver Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge, ar arriving
riving arriving from the United Nations to
report to the stricken President,
told newsmen he had informed Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower of the French walk,
out from ihe UN over Algeria.
But on November :" 21 when. Ike
held his first Cabinet meeting at -Camp
David,1 MD., The Presi President
dent President was heard to exclaim: "Do
you mean to say that the French
just got up and 'walked out of the
assembly? :V.-;:
CAPITAL CHAFF 'pX-
Three unidentified meji tried to
discredit Senator Kefauver at the
Nebraska Womens Club conven convention
tion convention in Omaha. The three men
sent ah urgent, scribbled note to
Kefauver while he was speaking,
informing him that ex-President
Truman was coming to the meet-.
ing and that Kefauver 'should an announce
nounce announce ft Kefauver refused to
make the phony announcement,
had one of his hostesses call Tru Truman's
man's Truman's office in Kansas City. The
note was a pure hoax . a new
series of atomic and hydrogen test!
is beginning this week in the South
Pacific. The most dramatic test
will be In attempt to shoot down
a plane with an atomic guided
missile ... Eisenhower aides
have been telling, the gar lobby,
ists privately that if Ike is re reelected,
elected, reelected, he wu try iff fret -natural
gas producers from federal con-
A 1. 1.h:4 4V1. I. tk. haf
aajkaaa IVtll sT 4 tlatm tl A 10 At'
X3 ftl".t French Prmi r Moll
and his government for its' sniping
and complaining against Ameri-
can foreign policy. It was at Ike
'suecestion that Secretary Dulles
vll.. ...ltt Wr.in
nUIllUUljr IljlTlVWa a s v.uv.a vivtRjH
Minister Pineau to Washington for,
a conference. It will be one of the
bluntest, hottest held, in Washing Washington
ton Washington in some time. v '
nCiLti.Lil
Experience Is what enables you
to recognize a mistake the mbv
ute you jpoke It ogoln. .::
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43 Helen of
windows ";
28 High cards
21 Impudent ;;T
31 Seniors
S3 Nostrils" ,:
33 Reach toward
Troy's mother
(myth.)
44 Give forth
46 Flower
47 Ibsen heroine
48 Snare
40 Lures
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Church cf Christ "...
. 8VR. Milton Bvaneeiiet
Telephone 3-3eu2
4ALB0A: M&l, Balboa BoeA
' Service Sunday 140 BJB, 110 aJ
1:00 D-m.
CRISTOBAL: American Legion HaU,
Sanieea Sundae 1CH0Q ajn. 11:00 J
JO ASA -JO: Houm he, 34U Lata St
Sunday 4:30 PJB
Unitarian
.
"ummaiuam
; .; gUKtl
il)JU BA,
Bids. MI
' Ahcon Blvd.
Harney Place
tout
loviiatloo
e abend ....
religion.
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i" uagU BAPTIST CHUBCB
.T, i 311 asrujB -"".J .- 4
, Onuet o iwuooa
tone S-liv ;
' Bui f. raoeievaSiu, Pastel
. iZT, pmme-... ,.,
iJmi doi ...v......;. :
fconuut Worship;
Training Union
'Kuanine Worstuo P-"-
Py.- Meeting
I'lucb Wanedaar
'roiartiooa 4U
... Uitun each looatb
Ida pan.
1M pA
gpuu.su Blow 8cnoo lnB0
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rut si HArrui utuitui
Balboa Uaighia, c a.
a7 Ancoo touiavard .'
Otaw 'B' Balboa Meubtl'
Phona Balboa 11ZI
HfllUua & Becby.
. Ijundtj uuo J
Mornint Wontup W
' BapiiM Tralnina Unloa .... SJO ojb
. 'alvanaeuauc bannat 11 a
, ...... laaatlna Padnaa
da : OJ
. W.M.S. BUm Study Tnuta
- days i.tfi
fim f Brotherhood ILaat
I
r aionua.T u wuj' --
if r'ltST BAPTIST CHURCH
v, aUiaariu Avtnua at Stf) Stratt
MargarJW. Canal Zona
tav. J. M. Haalbroak. Pa
a.iMiiu ahMi u .45 a.in
" iiornini Worship U?
Baptist Pralning' union P-"'
Svcnina Worship P--
BmihcrhnaiiTucsdaya i:o" a.m.
Prayer Service, Wednesday 10 pnv
W M.U.. lit A 3rd rndaya ;
C.A., HA. A Sunbeams.
- Friday JO PJ;
I. f
v r '' V
Salvsticn -rray X
OlaB.aBaaitnaiiaiial aBitU
; J ,V THI PAC1MC IDB :
f An'am ctri c' ; ;
CapUiS A Mrs. H. Grant
tt i februory btreet, Phona: 8S-2005
; 11:00 Holiness Meetinf.
.. 3:00 buiday SchooL i
T JO Salvation. MetUnt,
LA 'BOCA C.Z.
Lleatenaat Pansy Caapbell
Buildlnii No. 10M, Phone I -SM
U:W holiness Meeting.
' 30 funda' "School.- -r- f f-,lJ&!vatIoB
,lJ&!vatIoB f-,lJ&!vatIoB Meeting.
VARAiKO. CZi ..! '
Kavay A Mia. C l Moaeley
Cuiara Sueet.
' 11 M Hnhnea Meetlna.
3:00 Sti.day School.
" 730 SJvtioB Metting.
"if'H ATLANTIC. S1DI :., (
COLON CU1TBAL
Senior titpt. and Mr. C. Mootunwaty.
14th Stiee. Phone: M-743.
J1:00 Holiness Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.- -"
- f:30 &lvaH0n Nieetlng
COLOiM 1HIRL STREET
. SCapUln Syslin Taylor
' UMi l.'iiliness Meeting.
- SM Sunday School. '
7-30 Skivatjoo Meeting
RAINBOW OTT CJfc
Envoy 1. GUI
St Klitt and -Jamaica Stret-'-
11M IK.mro Meeting. '.!...!
, J:00 nday School.
7:30 Solvation Meeting. 1 V
,jUnisn Church:
Waera- aU fretestaatk eanaeraia artta
win us .asscDiiau, Uberty l.
: anentlals ead rhart In H
CATUN "? '.T1 "U" f
, a:4S Church Sehotl: -:
11:00 Worship Service I j-i
1:43 p.m. Sr. South Followshlp' Z:
The Rev. raid H CUnd: Paator.
.t-SO Bible School. ..'- it
. 10:45 Worahlp. emea and Cburefe-tlint
Bursery. -. ,-IZ;vv..
J0 Voulk FaUowsJltp. "v f
BALBOA:fC8,D':
The tv Oscar W. Olseai Pasta. r
Balboa Rd al-San Pablo St
" Phone t-148v-Churcb Office" -3231
tM Church School Free bus oervlce
Parsonace Discussion Groun. .
13 JO Worship Service The exsaridec
a)eaaia mr Munwy, Klnderaartan
. Primanr and Junlnr rma
.4 Church -time Nurar for jchlldrar
S:M Junlor-Hlrh Fellowship.
S:l PosUHIdh Fellowship.
-7:uw Mcttsnr-Hlgb Fellowship.
CAMUtiA" V"
Dr. Walltet HI
Alderton, Minister.
Office. Phone V470- Raaidann Mm
a-130.. r: .J
t:30 a.m. Church School
10:40 ajn Uornine WnrsJila Servtc
Methcdist
rtJA MKIHOUIM CMUKCb
... tBrltirb Conference
' Be. William H Anratroai 'i
Mtb St, Panama Citv
i
. f :00 a or iAomtnt fraves end
. SDt pan Sunday Senna!
7:15 Dm Cventne Pnoet ana
. IKlNrTi etAiHOtUbl CHUKUJ
. 7U Streel and Melenriee Im
. Colon BP -. -Be.
Samoe. Walden." M in 1st at
1 :3b oi Mornin Servlc no Hoi)
Spin Sunday dcnoot
. J:l'oa vSvemnp ServK'
(Holy Communiun 1st Sundarai -MoodM,
1M am Praeat Mcettnt'
Ull.l-. aiKiiioiilbl HI KIri ;
-Rainbow City Ct W
Rev Samuel Walden Mmmai
ttUto V H f aw MH.-J OB
tundav jM-honl fit ell tee- M I9. ir
' "Teat 4nvhafle Te (fawaiiia.
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caHe at fa w eed Calaa, Us no fx PaMaea, ea4al tilow
' at (mm Pa anaa. end nan e Mm armed aarncee- eetd H Hile
ajhban. .rionoli eed BtTeager. -. ; t
A pahttr service, Hm The faaame Aaeric4e Inrs tola, ky
a'aaawiaatiaaa. Mattel el boon at versa ip end ataar iftleV activates.
IJsHaaa are levered treat Maw re time. Daaaaiiaatiata baviag
aaJy aaa a tw naafahaa ara iirta4 a4at "OHm Cbarcaaa Aa4
Sarvkaa." A aaacial Itstwt to kI' Hi tarncaa a Amf aaata.
Aw fm kaM aatf Navai (NHaa. y
:. MiwaMn. came aactatariat aaa ckaalahM art aka4 fa artarai
: tk aaw Jack as wriliafl Bf VUmmity aaaa al tar lata at a ay
caaafai (at Mm caaiaa Satataav't caarca aafa. .

Christian Scientist ;
flnt Cburce oJ Cbxwv Stcianum. Aoem
tW ADcao Bouwara.
' .iuoday tl.HU. Waoncraa aja,
Sunda Scbooi & aja
ta ttiRtal Ckm, acwanaL I
ISta Strat) BoUvai Hict
awuiki. aj4iMi' i a
Sunday 11:0 aja. Wadmaday :0i P"
Cathsiic
aim rnnaCH Balboa
Sunday Masses: 7 AO. 3:00. 10:00 and
"lio'iy'Sy aUtaaaVsAS. U
ana a.o imb.
Cotuessions: r aaniraaj; w
and 7:0 to 3.-O0 p m. inursoay. aaiore
first rriday: I. no to a:w t
Miraculous Madal Novena; 7:t0 pJB
Catechism, elaaf aftar tba 10 asa
men bcnon anwy vi
wednewuy f h;.,
.' aaracn .RKABT Aneaai :
u.hmi 7 JO A S JO am
How ba nuums: aJav anJ S:00
Confessions: Saturday 130 kjOO and
7:15 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday oetora first
Friday 7 :00 p.m.
Sacred Heart Oavotlonat 70 poo.; on
Friday
Catechism Class: !: ta 4:45 4a on
Thursday '- '
OUBtADf OF FATTMA Curaada
Sunday Mass at :00 am.
U.l ri Man at :30 D.HL v
Cnnfeaaion: 00 to (:4S pjn at) it
Catechism Clan: Saturday M to U
' at. JOSEPH Paralw
Sunday Masse at 7 KM and 1:11
Holy Day Ma It w pro
Confessions: Saturday 3 JO to 440 and
tM to 7:3ai m' .M
ralrrn'"" Claaa: ounoay aw w .-w
aairacuious bnm n
on Friday.
Convert
hutructlonai' Thursday tM
ST. VINCENTS Panam Clty '""v
Sunday Masses: a:uo ana a.n
Hnl Oai Massaa: S 30 and 3:00 am
(It It falls on Saturday the Maasas are
s:uo ana :w a m.i
Confessions: Saturday tM to iM and
7D0 to 3:00 njn. Thursdays befor First
rriday 7 at) pm.
Miraculous Medal Novena and U.
Ann of tha Cross: Friday 70 tun.
Catechism Class: After 3 JO mass on
Sunday
Convert Claast JO p.m. Tuasday and
iBuraay , ;4
" ST.' THERESA'S CaeaM ,
auMainw Uiu- ato a.m.
I Hnlv bsv Mass: :00 im tit tt lalls
01) Saturday-330 a m.) r.
Monday. v, r
Cpniassiom: :vo w ao ba anpnoara-
WBOBH BAPTIST JM LA SAIXB
. v. Pareo Ldevra .
i K.mil KniM' and 3 SO a m.
n.v Mas adO Mon ThurA
Frl. and Sat 1r Friday mass! 00 .m.
Holy W Jttassa: aaw a mm. w .w
rvfMriMia; S:SS to 40 and TM to
Miraculous ineaai "" .""
n.m. i-.
" . . m .n M M Buint
tjaiacnusn K U
Convert Claw: aionaay i a suak
4 ST. THERESFS La
Sunday Mass: 7.-00 ajn. ;
u.i flu MaM' S:30 d.m
rnnfonrinra; Saturday 6:30 to T:30 B.m
Thursday before First Friday 3:30 p.m..
cateennm uass: :i ""i-ZL" ""'
Sacred Heart Novanai iiw. v-na.
Convert ciasm
'''TtANTIC' 8IDB''
ST. JOSEPH'S Celoa
Sunday Masse: 3:45, 8:00 and 9:lSaJn
Holy Day Massear :43 and asa an.
in4 fi-lll n.m'.. ; -1 .l.:
Confessions: oaiuraay t-wv w e.w
:00 to 8:00 pm. ... f .
Miraculous Medal Novena: Wednesday
:15 and 7:00 p.m. ,.- ...
rmA Hp.rt Novena: Frtdav 7:13 bjd
Sunday' Evening Service 7:00 pjn.
Convert Class 7:1S p-m. on Mondays
antl Thiirariava .' .. . V
Catechism Class: ssunoay ion mma w
I -as. a m. 1:00 Bum. to 40 P.m.
rintt rridav KxDositlon of Most Blest-
I Sacrament all day. Bepotluoo at 8 JO
aon. Saturday mormn .v : ;
First Saturday Devotions w our uoy
r Fatlma Tne noiy nosary ssw .m
rint Cnmmunlan Imtruetion tor chil
dren Monday and Thursday .4:00 to
740 fJJn. v.'--'. '"' 'rt;-.-! -S.J
" aTtR AcltLOUS MTO At Crhtdbal
Sunda Masses: f KM. 8 DO nd 10 JO a Jit
Holy Day Maiwe: 3:00 ajn.'and
S:lS p.m. 1
Confessions: Saturday IM to 8:00 and
7 0 to 3:00 pm. After Rnsary each va
Miraculous Medal Novena: 3:13 and
T-JNl D m. on Monday.
Cntechiam Class: Altar, in aiaaj on
Sunday. I "'
First Friday ExDodUon aB day tturtni
tn School yean ;
First Saturday; Mas at l:oo am.
HOLT FAMILT CHURCH MargarH
Sunday. Masses: '7:00 and I: AO ajn.
Holy Day Massaa: 40 ajni and 8:15
p-m. f ... :
Confessions: 4:00 to 8:00 and 710 to
I'oo pun. baturaay. s f
Miraculous, Medal Novena: 70 pm
on Monday.' t" ''
Church- HUlory croun every luesoay
at T:se p.m.
Teen-Aiit Club: T 30 pa on Wednes
day. ; ; - .'
Catechism Class: 40 pm. Thursday.
First Friday Devotions: 70 p.m.
Inauiry-Discussion Crous every Frl'
day 7 JO pm. ., ...
ST riNCFJTS Rauibew titty
Sunday Masseaa:. 4:30 a.m. and 80
a.m. .t-. '.,'-
Holy Day Masses: 4:00 ajn. and 40
pm.' .. ,.
confessions: 40 to 13 and 70 to
:po p.m. saturoay..
JUatechlsm Class: 10:43 a.m. on Bundav
Convert CIam-very Monday at 70
pjn. '. .
Mlnculous' Medal Woven? 70 pm
on Tuesday. ; ...
Sacred Heart. Woven: 7a pm. on
Priday.:. i -.''',. y.
rvrMACUf.A CONCEPTION-43ata
Sunday Masse 4:15 ajn. .; ..
Holy Day Mass: (0 pjn.
Confessions: JO to 70 am. an tat.
urday. s v
Catechism CIHs: 40 p.m en Monday
OL'B LADT OF 43O0D COUNSEL
-ejambaa
Sunday Masses: 70 and 3 JO am.'
Hoty Day Maraon: 40 a-m. and 10
Loeift-Hons Saturday at 70 ojk and
arcer an evening oevoiona..i i ;
Bapusm by appointment.:,"
Miraculous Medal Novena: 4a m
on Tbesday. . ,.'.
Sacred Heart Novena! ? pja-'en
Friday..' i
Sunday School: 8:30 pm: an Sunday
Relieious' Ilurtrufction Claaa. for Chit
dren: 4:00 p.m on Thursday
Religious Instruction for adults rCon
ducted tn Swinish : 70 o nr on Mm-
day .. .. i
: tvert trotructon by apooinusail

piscc?3l
The Bt In. B. Heker Ceedca, B.YJ,
Bishoo -
The feej Be. M. Richard aUcDeaut
. 1 ANION. CA
; Tils; CATHEDRAL OF BT. LUKB
SUNDAYS
7 JO bjq tiolv Communion.
JO am SanU Communion t4tb Sun.
:1 s'ji.. Cnuich SchooL 1 V.
:4a S; m.-.Escuela DominieaL
UJXr aai. Morning Psayer ami Sermon
v rtoiy communmnj, tyirst win-
' (lav I. .- . :
70 pm. Ivenlng Prayer and Setmoa
iraunEdiiAia .. i .
3J0n,:Holy Cotnmunioo.
7:00 pro Evening Prayer. S
mmum OLX DAVS -40
ajc': holy Communion.
8J0 os ."Holy Communion. '-"
. ., 1AILY
8:15 JBw Mornlna Pn...
130 Mi. -daj Missionary Prayer
CHURUI OF. OUR SAVIOUR
Third Street New Cristobal-.
The Rev. 3liltan A. rh
SUNDA ii -. V
Holy Communion 7 JO am
cnurch School t JO ajg.
aaorn.14 rrayer ,t
and Sermon 118 aja.
(First Sunday Holy Communionl
Vesper. Service and T. . . 4
XOUth Fellnwahin --.j aM
WEDNtSUAYS :
noiy Communion ......... g ja aja.
Choir Rehearsal 7 JO pjn.
m nuus w rrayer ror ail people.
- v. COCOU
' dlnh'h ill fit InrfM
TIM BCV. William W. RaMwia. Print
: -. m mm ....
SUNDAY.S
Holy C'ommuiuon "' ': "'
Family Prayer add Church School
9JS ajn.
Morning Prayer and Sermon u aaa
H C first Sunday- In Month). -Evening
Prsyer 7 JO p.m. i x
Weekdav Praver 8:40 a jbv : '
,., .' COBPEAl
Chapel at the Goad Shepherl
i Th Rev. Clarence W. Maysa
IM S' Kverv rriday; Moraua rYey
(H.C
l 8Trd.V n
tJAMBOA -Br.
SlmoB'a rhMrh ' r
The Rev. John Spear. Priest in Charte
SUNDAYS :
Mornin Praver.'lst and 3rd.
Sundays. 18 JO aja
Holy communion and Ser-
mon. 3nd and 4th Sunday .. 10 JO am
Dunaay ocnooi a:u.pm
iwui. aeiiowBup'-. .v sm pm
a,venuiB rrBver lso
MnNDAVQ
Girfs' Friendhr Snct ...
48 PJB.
WEDNESDAYS
Evenina Pravar and Bei mim
70 o
THURSDAYS
Holy Conrjnunlon .... ...
':ob
ajn
woman Auxiliary, and and
4th Thursdays 7J0 pat
, LA BOCA ,'
BL Peter'a Chnrrh "'-!",;':'
The ev.-John Spear, Priest ta Chun
Choral Eucharist and Sermon 78 a,m.
lOOem ryw Celt, fchool
Childrenw naajMraC- tUf Busdui 18
BSH-". ?;.:..'-, -:ri
Holy Baptism 8:0 pm 7"
Evensona end Sermon 740 a sk
MONDAYS THRU SATURDAYS'
Moiy communion.. 78 a.m.
Fvemn Prsyep. ,.... ,7:00 iui.
except Saturdays. Comollne 7:30 bjb.
1st TUESDAYS A 3rd MONDAYS
Wesna Auxiliary ...,. 7 JO pm
. i -. MARGARITA
Umrch at St Margaret
Cornet ct Espave Ave.. Braros Blvd.
The Kcv. auitea A. faakaeaa. Puu
SUNDAYS ,,
8:30 a rjhurcn School .
8:30 a m uornina Prave and darman
l (1st Siir-daya, Holy Communion)
'W njn. tontirmation instructlaoa.
. raui HKuti
Chanel of The' Hnlv Camfeete
Ven. L. B. Shirley, Priest in Charge
every luesaay :30 a.m. ttoiy com'
PABA1SO .-,. .
St Alban'a Charrb
4 Bev. David A t)saena,
- :-r Peieat. In Chare. .t ..',.;r
RirNTlAV. I'
a mo .m. cnorar Eucnanst at Berrnon
12:00 Hoob Infant BapUsm. -30
i Church School
(heid In Building 1311
5:00 pmt Youth Fellowship .,
70 'm. Evenmna end Address.
2nd AND 3rd WEDNESDAYS
7 JO Din. Woman s AuxUlary and Al
. tar. Guild Meeting.
.... : PANAMA Cm :'
".S''.'i- ft VaaTO Chatvti'
The Ven. Lemuel B. Shirley, Beetet
The Rn Fits B. Atwell. Deaeea
StJNDATiV. r v
80 am. .Holy Communion
80 mjm Sung Eucharist as Sermon
10:45 am" atomina rrayer ana Church
School
12:00 tiocT Holy Barrtisre
70 .m Solemn Vaanere
TUESDAYS
8:30 am Holy CommunJon
WEDNESDAYS
40 -oj Hoty Communion
70 tun. Evenina Praver
THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
8:30 t m Holv Cornmunion
HOLY DAYS j . i
40 a.m. Holy Communion.
cniun -musii'n .fi
t r's-u-i Eplsraael 0'
'uns a r
(Opposite Hotel Whlnten.
The ven ptalnert J. ret men.
. The. Rev Henry A. Blake
, Asserlate Ptectar
8UNDAY8 ;
80 am Holy Communma
80 a m Choral Eucharist and Sermon
14:30-am Church School Session.
7 'JO am Solemn tvemnnp and Bar-
- S t WEDNESDAYS
40 am Holy Communion.
7:30 p.m Evening Praver and Sermwi
I JO o m Aduit conrirmsnon Clam
THURSDAYS
40 am Praver Guild
FRIDAYS
40 em Children Eucharist
SATURDAYS
108 s.m Junlnr Conflrmstlan Clam
7 JO om Comollne end MedltaUoo.
, HOLY DAYS
4.00 a m Holy Communion. ,
RAINBOW CITV
i Chort.1- of St Mary, the Vtrrts
v The Rev. Jeha A Speldbig,
. Priest ha Charea .
SUNDAYS
Sune Eucharist ............ 7J0 a.m
Chur School ........... 8:43 a.m
Evem eif and Sermon. .... 7 JO n.m
WEDNFSDYS
'EveirtrK. and Sermon 1 JO am
THURSDAYi.
Holy Conununlcei 7 4 am
.-: r GATUN
At Georse'a Chareh t
The Rev. t Jeha A Baalding, ;
t i Priest bi Charaa
1st AND 3rd SUNDAYS
Holy ( immUnlon ...... .' 3 J8 am
2nd ANP 4th SUNDAYS v -i
Monnrg. p-aver 4,
and Her iron PJ8 am
Church School, each Sun 10 JO am
' JO ABAJO ''"
i.tJavtstealier'' Cban-b 1 "'
a -SI lfeere
.'.Ta Rev Ctsrene Hayes.
1 '. Priest. In Charge
aim. aari rati.n,.. 'w ... '.
'Sundxy School : lOJOam
Bpitm w om ano 4 4U
a'...--s -..'; ." .. . ''-v......;-.'...
fveiunt r-ravet niM stsicts em
Sunrfkva
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r Othsr Churches j
CHVRCB OP THE MAZABENB
. Anew. C A
.- Minuter: Rev. timet O. Neb
Boa Bo, Ancon. CZ. Balboa 101

Sunday School .... 1:45 a.m
Morning Worship ......... 10:30 ajn
-.iouia service ............ :45 pjn
-Evening Service i. 7 JO pjn
' NJ-lJL Service . ........ 7:00 pm
rrayer Meeting, wed T JO pjn
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
. Panama H P Z3rd Street East -Rev.
A fCBrewB. MiaisUr
SUNDAlf-. j
Divine WonJim. 8:50 ajn.
Sunday School 30 cm
Sunday abuse ...........7. 75 U;45
nit. no, avj. 4Unda
JEHOVAH S WITNESSES
Meetinas Thuradavs at 7 JO cm. and
Sundays il l pm. Win Memorial
sua auKi auMO. naiDoa.
CRURCR OF JTAKI CHRIST i
OF LATTER-DAt SAINTS (Mermen)'
Sunday meetina tn the JWB-USU. La
Boca ftoad. Balboa, rrlmary and PrlasU
nooa a :w a.m. Meeunr. aunaav bcnooL
8 JS SJn.: Sacrajnent Meeting, 10 JO am
' Atlantic Branch
Building 200, Schoolhousa Boa A
Gatiin. Canal Zone.
relephene. Gatiin 364 or Cristobal 3887
Sunday school 10:00 am Sunday Sae-
-ement Meetina 4:30 nm Prieshood
Meeting 4 JO- ut Wednesday Prinar
4:30 pm Wednesday Relief eodety meet-
iof
announced.
vtwtiMuv nurrkaTANi
" i CHURCH
.. Bay. Paul Holloway, Pastor
, . OffioaA Curundu 3105
. Home. Curundu 7114
Sunday School ................
!4S
Morning Worship ........... 11 a.i
Youth Meeting ........ ...... 4 pm
Evening Worship 1 pm
- OUJ CArUOUt CHUhCB :
It Bapaael The Arcaaaaal :
. 13th St Wast No 1
Hoty Bucharrst. Sunda al I'M a
nieBdaya, Wadnasdav and Ihuradaea
u am
Sacrament at Uncttoa (Heal ins at
vtcev run auooav of each month at
a" am .i
Chrtsttas Chnrah
Panama 'BP
Rt Rev T. inm 0. 0 Blabap (
.,. r'j .. 'orjViatlna, :,
Monuna devotln a ........ a:taj am
FaUowahiD TorshiB at .... U0 am
Sunday School at ........... 30 am
utTUM bervice ar iav p
. : I BAflA'l CENTER
- : "' BAHAi'S CENTEB
44 First' Street
Urbartizadc) 13 Camen. Panama City
- uaormai saia ana uueussiona
TburJidaya.......'...,.......30 pm
U Colon, Sth A Ptent Street
fnastalra America Basaar) 1 X
Study Classes... ...Tbiirsdav. 1 JO BJB
BrrHFX MISSION CHURCH i
'. Espalaba St, Paraiso, CZ.
Bey Waidaba a. Blewirt, Paster
Sunday: 110 em Worship Service.
10 p.m. Sunday School.
7:15 pm Gospel Service.
Monday: 7 JO Young People Society
Wednesday: 7 JO ,Mid.waak Christian
Fellowship.
Thursday: 80 Choir Reheanet
VririaVt T-Sfl mm,Ii WmImmm
; THE CHUBCH OP con
;- 7838 Eistith Street CeUn
" Bev. Gi W. Graadisea. Paster
Sunday Schol ....... ..... 4:30 am.
Morning Worthier ....a... 10:30 am.
Might. Service
"t ram ciiurch op god
":ar. Jamaica and Trinidad ShV" .'
-:, . atoaaev City, Canal Zen i, .'
' Rev. G. W. Graaaiaan. Paste 4
Morning Worship ........... 40 am.
Sunday school 10:30 a.m.
nigat oervice 130 pm
i. -S. THE CHURCH OF GOD -tJ :
- iNew Pravldenee
Mrs. Maada Hiaa. Paster
Sundsy School 400 am
Morning worship; ............ 110 am
Night Service 7 JO pm.
" 'l y'" i i '-
. XHB CHURCH OF GOD
- Panarml City J
Car. "N and Mariana Amsemena Sts.
Bev. Wa, A Jehasen. Paste
Sunday School 8:30 am.
Momma worsnin ........... u:so am.
Night. Service ...w 7 JO pm
THE CHURCH OP GOD Rle Akeje
- Mente Oecur R4-14th St ;
Rev. W. J. JeBBsami Paste J -''t
Stmlay Schoo" 3:38 am.
Morning Worship 10:30 am.
Night Service 7 JO pm.
CHUBCB OF TWT4 FOURSQUAU
, jGOSFEI. . ...
" (Full Cos pel)
''r't! BALBOA i
At Rebecca Ledae. Bslhoa Read at La
Boca RA Rev. and Mrs. Carl V. Thceno-
son. Pastors.- ...
Sunday School 100 am.
Morning Worship ,,.......110 am
Youth Service 4:30 pm
Evangelistic Service ...... 705 pm
- CHURCH OP GOD (FMtecaetal)
Rev. B. RV Watson. Overseer
. Phone 4-428. Box 253, Gamboa
Churches at Paraiso, CZ. (Rev. and
Mrs. Herman O. Whytel, Colon, BJP.
(Rev. Fernando Lorence), Rio Abajo
1 Rev. and Mrs. Charles Haynee), and
Catlva (Bev. and Mrs. Clifford Greaves).
Sunday and weekdays services at all
ehurchaa, K m : v
Posts and Bases
PACIFIC SIDE
... Pretestsat
PORT AMADOR ." t
sundsy Ben 001 4. )... ......... mo
Morning Worship i. ...... ......'. 1800
Church-Time Nursery School.... 100
. 7 ........
FORT CLAYTON ..
Sunday BcnocJ (Buuatna a.
1241 V,'..,Mmmiaaa,' 00
Morning Worship .............. 14:15
Wednesday Evenina Praver Meet
ina and Bible Class 4 JO
FORT KOBBE i .(.
Sundav Scbooi CBuildlna Ne
.. 7111 ......................... 0J0
Moming Worship 10:45
Evenina 'Worship ............... 4 JO
ALBROOK A In FORCE BASE
Sundsy School ................. 8:30
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club).. 8:30
Moming Worship ....... 3:15 A 14:45
Youth Fellowship .............. 4:30
Eevenlna Worshio 7J0
U S. NAVAL STATION, Rodinsn
ounaay ocnooi ................. w.3V
Morning Worship .............. U0
Holy Corrununlon First Sunday
of Month I
13th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Moiy communion lapucopai... im
Moming Worship i...... ........ fM
Holy Communion First Sunday
: of Month) .. .,
CatheUe
fort Amador
Dally Mass ...
Sunday Masses
40
8:00
7:30
80
....8:80 et
...4:30 A
;...SJ0 A
Confessions,' Saturday
Sunday ..............
FORT CLAYTON
Dally Mas
Sunday Masses .......
Confessions, Saturday
Sunday Mam ........
. ...... 4:43
.7:45 A 8:00
7J4 A 80
10J0
FORT 1 KOBBB f
Saturday Mass ........
t
40
Sunday Masses ..........70 A
Sojnish .
3:00
80
4:30
SJO
COROZAL. '. ViOi-,.,
Dplly Mas ....A.',,,..,,;: ,.
No, tlli- t...-.v....'....70 ft
Confessions, Saturday. (Building

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WASHINGTON, April 28 (UpWfor nioney to, tufld tn stomic
The House Appropriations Com- tanker. j

mittee voted today to pro viae)
more money for highways, flying
safety and research oo hurrictnes
and tornadoes. ; r ;
It ut federal spending on the
U.S. Merchant Marine, and knock
ed out an administration request
iTisnne in rose BASE
Daily Mas 0
'Saturday Mass ................. 7:00
Sundsy Masse 7:4$ A 11:45
SDanish 10
nit tA V At. STATION. Rodman
. Dairy Mass .................... 40
Sunday Mam t JO
.. '. V;'. ;;: Iwa.". V
FORT KOBBB ' ;
Saturday ..... ....I'.. 10
AtBROOK ATA FORCE BASB
Saturday 3 JO
USO-JWB (Balboa) -
Friday t30
ATLANTIC SIDE
Fretaslaat
FORT DAVIS ' ' ''-,
Sunday school ...............i :
Morning Worship ..;.....h 11:00
Midweek FaUowship,' Thursday.. 7 JO
FORT GTJLICK :' '
Sunday School ................. 0:45
Morning Worship 110
Youth FeUowship. Sunday ..... 00
U S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
ounaay ocnooi ....t. b.w
Momina Worship
110
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month) ,::
-.. Cathella (
:
wuij maae u,,
....
'SI
0J0
Sunday Mas
Confessions, Sunday ...........
8:45
FORT GUUCR
Daily Mas
Sunday Mai
70
7:45
8:45
10
Spanish
Corilesalens, Saturday ...4:00 A
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
: t
ualiy mas ...................
70
1:00
oanoay aaasa .....
COCO SOL1TO
kunday Mass
' ,r .':
I
'.-'. .A
7 JO
Jew Uk
FORT GULICK
Tueeday
T48
Seventh Day
Adventisf
Weekly" Sarelraa
In all: Church a
follows
SATUBOATt
Sabbath School 3:30 am.
Divine Service 11:40 a.m.
Youtn-a Meeting 4J0 p.m.
Wednesday Bible Study and Prayer
Service 7 J4 n.m.
Paclfie Side Panama A Rltw nkleM
Pastor W. H..Wallr Tel. 23:3 3304
'Cabo Verde, Ave. Ar.de la Oasa No.
CherrUlo 13th He. 17 i -i ; .
Pueblo Nuevo X-A St between Srd
iia. ui ais. ...
Rfo Abalo tlth BC No. IT
Balboa Chanel fljul CavlUo gfkO
bob (Saturday only).
Spanish1 Church Paaaiai aal
Cristohola Olirriet : v
Pastor Ruben Rufa
Panama. Calle Darlen No. t
Cristobal, 14th A Bolivar Ave,
Gamboa A Jrljolas. v:,.r,
District Paster A. A Grlula
Tel. No. 4-103
Gamboa Pritt Parkway Frljol
AtlanHe Side Celia aad :
Cristobal District ,
Pastor Neblett Tel. 33 324
Colon 3rd St. a. Central Ave. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 16th tk Bolivar Ave.
Central offica. Cavil as. Road TeL1.
4 Bern
(4Me7 v A '-' r. ,i'.i. ;
Jewish
l jewl Welfare Board Bid 7J7-X La
8fca. Road, Balboa, CZ RabU Nathan
wiunn. Director.
Servie Fridav. tJB am flatunlae
J JO p m v
(See aiM tlstinn of Jewish aaiatii
uncer Poet Bases and Stations).
Cmei-eaatMSi Kol Shearlth laraai Aol.
nlda Cnbi and 34th Street Bella Vista,
rename vwy. aervicaa a0,pm
Lutheran
' REFDnvrnt Lutheran church
. Balbea Read at Wlrht Street
'r Bev. Robert P. Gasslck, Paster
- P.O. Bos 484, Balboa.
Sunday School, Bible clam 88 am
Divine Service 10:15 am.
1 Divine Service at Maraarita Sundae
10 pm... -

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ine committee tctea m approv
tag S1,300,OOU,OOU to run the Com
merce Department and related a a-gencies
gencies a-gencies in the new uses! year
starting July 1. This was a cut of
$140,600,000 from President Eisen
hower's request and $96,900,000 un under
der under this year's appropriation.
" HIGHWAY ADj CUT
The committee approved 775
million dollars for federal aid to
states in building highways. This
i Z5 million dollar less than the
President asked but si -million
dollars more than the current ap appropriation.
propriation. appropriation.
This sum Is apart from the Dig
$51,800,000,000 13 year federal
state highway program which is
contained in separate legislation.
The civil aeronautics Adminis Administration
tration Administration was voted $196,500,000- 15.-
100,000 less than the President1
ssKea. ine tigure included grants
to help build airports, a new ra-
aar oeiworK, ana to expand and
improve oiner air navigation aids.
Ine CAA hopes to cover all
domestic atr .routes with radar
surveillance so new and faster
planes can travel closer together
wllhMi ,1.
niuiuut uaugcr VI cuuMiun,
MERCHANT MARINE SLASH
Biggest CUt Ut the Prosi'rlent'a
budget was a slash of 63 npr rpnt
tin the 151,600,000 sought to build
ilml. k.l. I .
miikc. nuu two experi-
mental w mBrph.ni akin.
conventional power apparently on
grounas construction has not been
aumunzea Dy congress."
It approved onlv 142 son non n
a $90,700,000 request for subsidies
ana aetense costs in shipbuilding.
The Weather Bureau would get
$35,400,000 for its general opera operations,
tions, operations, all but $100,000,000 of the
sum .requested. About ; $1,000,000
extra was voted for research on
nurncanes and tornadoes.
Here On Visit
En Route To Ecuador
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Chris Christopher,
topher, Christopher, former residents of the
tanai zone for about 15 years,
are presently visiting In Balboa
while en route to Quito, Ecuador,
where they will be engaged in mis-
sionary work. They are guests at
tne oainoa f irst Baptist Church
parsonage ano pian to continue
their, trip in about a week or ten
'Christopher was .employed "ifbr
ia years as a painter foreman, and
inspector on the Pacific sine and
is well known to most residents of
ice. last September and since then
ne and Mrs. Chriatonher hat a.
been in the States to solicit sun-
t- W -aw a au en
uie 6one. tie lert ine canal serv-
port for their missionary work, r
Upon their arrival in Quito, he
will be connected with Radio Sta Station
tion Station HOXO, which has been broad broadcasting
casting broadcasting religious programs on a
non-denominational basis for the
past ,25 years and which is well
known over much of Latin Ameri America.
ca. America. He will be in charge of maint maintenance
enance maintenance work for the station.
b ;
Mrs. Christopher will be emblovt
ed as administrator for the Rim Rim-mer
mer Rim-mer Memorial Hospital in Quito.
mis a 30-Ded Hospital which
operates a training school for nur nurses
ses nurses which is being expanded this
year to train 40 nurses at one
.time."- ,' ;
, .VISIBLI ; CIKEMEN ';; L
BOSTON1 -4Vr) Firefighters
will wear luminous coats and hel-
ments here to make them, visible
through smoke and flames. The
idea was adopted after two fire firemen
men firemen were killed in an accident
which probably could have been
averted by such luminous attire. 1
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1C3 Undsr Arresl Arresl-In
In Arresl-In Argenlme

Crackdown On PIoI
CORD ABA, Argentina. April 28
(UP) Nearly 100 persons "im-
Dlicated in .rnnsntralnrial ertlvltiAa
have been arrested here by police
intent on crusning Argentina s fmh
"subversive plot in a month.
An nfTicial iuhmmmmi : j
! ........ ........ ,v,
i tne prisoners ronnded up by lecur
117 utwpa ana police included two
Peronist lawyers and "a few re retired
tired retired army officers."
The arrests occurred early yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, less than 24 hours after
a chemical slant Mat hr. m.t
- a.a ..1 a V
may have-been touched off by 8ab-
uwura tuiiea an engmeer and in injured
jured injured eight factory hands.
The alleged plot was the second
uncovered recently in Cordoba,
where the revolution that overth
rew ex-President Juan Ti Pan,
got its start oaicial sources have
reported tne discovery of smilar
suoversive groups mMendora,
Rosario and Buenos Aires nrn-
vuce. ; : ....
Walter Winchell
' (Continued from fare's)
Her rnnm.nal T i TT. ...(
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L.A. hotel exec.
The Late Watch- Pm ri...
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week. .Garson Kanin has a now
find. June Carter, a Nashville hill hill-bdly
bdly hill-bdly .thrush, signed.'for, his next
musical starring Buddy Harkott
Mrs. Ben Gazzara, stranj,ed.from
the "Hatful, of Rain" leading man,
is actor Robert Heller's steadiest
date. .Vera Miles' rlivnroa
pected next month. Gordon Scott
wui ne .ner nest mate. .. .The
Harry i Burt commercials on tee teevee
vee teevee have so manv imitators vmiM
think they were Broadway col.
umnists . .Elvis Presley, prac practically
tically practically unlrnnwn a vear ass nriene
tonight at the New Frontier (Ve (Vegas)
gas) (Vegas) for 2 weeks at $12,500 per
. .Sylvia Sims, whose recording
of. "I Could Have Danced All
Night" is a bestseller, waited for
the break a long, long time. .
Grace Kelly's latest movie (it Just
nneniaH in Phlllv her hrtma rnum.
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:FW VOPK: Anril 28 iUPI
Ifcrdcr Cin:b Trial
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WHICH WOULD WIN?
n OWS FAVOR TWS"
" UEO'AKP, BUT S0METIMSS
TWS BABOON 15 VICTOR.
1 1 1 .i ..-it ..
K long eourt battle loomed tod it
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prosecuuon a me jtmu vuuen
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m-mm&JL York Teamsters Werd.y jo prov. thatMomb

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Federal Judge Edmund Fauue causea n 10 crasn in loneiy susir

ri saij a lengthy legal fight was
1itlv Vattaniav after his efforts

failed to get rival tactions of

Tea rasten joint council io io
tic their dispute by arbitration or

new Section.

ijbeet tieid near Long moot, Coio.,

I lacr IVAV 1

i A kav witnasi iii the state's ef-

! tn nrni;a tha hnmh thannf !l

fj. William' Magee, an explosive

iexiier irom tne tai laooraiory in

tt wasnuigujBi.
; Martin Lacey, president of the.
nnnril line 1151.. is seeking an nietrict Attntnav Wart M. Kaat-

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: Rouike from taking over the $25,-! would .how, u detail, that dyna-
. OoO-a-ytar post. Lacey claims IS; mite exploded in the United Air,
: votes east for O'Rourke in thejune. DC-B seconds before it I
Feb. 14 council election were ille-i crashed and killed all 44 persons!
sal- O'Rourke was elected by a aboard. v; p

f.vvott margin, , j The 24-year-old Graham is char char-'
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54, one oi me crasn vicums. ne al allegedly
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' created seven socalled "paper lo-i

, cals to cast votes in ine eiecuon.
! George A. Brenner, O'Rouke's
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5 fmo .l-Ptinn h hald. Lacev. re-; ebfore the plane took off from Den

' jected the proposal. . ver'i SUpleUn Airport.--
.-.. ..' ! Keatmg said Magee's testimony
Lacev's attorney, Godfrey P."fletiniteiy wiU tie tte actual ex-

Schmidt, also rejected a proposal piosions bouicv ui UJuui.c.

by Falmieri 'that the matter be

submitted to a tnree-man aroi aroi-?.
?. aroi-?. tration board. Palmieri proposed
that .the members of the board be
'appointed by him, George Meany.
; president of the AFL-CIO, and
t Dave Beck, president of the Inter Inter-'
' Inter-' national Teamsters Union.
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Preacher Uses Rat
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GREENVILLE, S. C April 28
fTTPl Tha Rav Colt a CnnMr. 41-

oiuiivan. American rv snuwnmu p ---.
and news columnist, arrived ye-oW OiwA t of God Preacher.
here today on an Oriental talenM confessed yesterday that he ked

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entertainers -In Japan and then!,; Cooper gave Deputy Sheriff
i to to Hont Kong. He said he. George Lewis a signed statement
? might "possibly" visit the Re-saymg he poisoned her beef stew
Bublio of Korea. at October saying "I guess the
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THJC PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DART NEWSPAPER
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T MMt Ttiun Manih.

i at Marcos ueiaoert Aero Club

wui noia n imponac meeting

xicia oi ui same name at Pal-

una.
' New members will be accepted
and several issue nf mainr im.

portance are scheduled for dis discussion.
cussion. discussion. All aviation enthusiasts
are Invited to the meeting.

Paraiso Baptist

Church To Dedicate

4 rnnfYAH v4RTV HONOtING MR. AND MRS. VANCE ROGfcKS was given ai me
Heurtematte, Mrs. Rogers and Mr. Acly. -. ;

HEtRTEtATtE RESIDENCE SCENE
Q DINNER FOR SEYBOIDS v .v
(: W; Heortemsftte' rtsidewej In Bella Vista will bethe
i icene of a buffet .dinner party t,onht in honor of the Gov-
eraofof the Canal Tone and Mrs. John S. Seybold. j
" Co-hosts r&t thU affair will be Mrs. Elisa H4"' I
Miss,Cecl Heartemattt, andj the Comptroller General and

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Birthdny Party Por- v
Wr. Carmen I. do Anas -Mrs.
Carmen E. de Anas, moth mother'
er' mother' of Panama's President,' Ricar Ricar-d(t
d(t Ricar-d(t 'Arlasi was at home' to per
m.iuIi (amilv ah the event

of her Birthday recently. The day
was' celebrated 'with cards and a

-,.11 k. .Jnhf veirs old tomOITOW,

will entertain a group of 35 of nls
friends at a party this afternoon
. tv.. knMa nf his Barents Mr.

and Mrs. Harry S, Casler of Golf

Heights, from 3 to S o clock. ;
t n wo "riown" d i ft a t a

made by Mi's. "Caslfer Is not ex-

' m animated cartoons and a show

Ti Thn Ari-ifava i fare-; gician, Eric the Oreat.

well' luncheon' at the Union Club. i? "-.U tHZHTkt
Thursday, for Mrs Marie Arias-: Sporta $hlrt Daneo
Stith no ,!, leading shortly for Army iftJS l Ma
E5peV;. . tonigaVthe Army-Navy j C 1 u b
Tea rty Fort Amador, from 8:30 to 12.30
I'Mfs. Anita. B.,detAria gave a p.m.v; t

ta;' party- at her home yesterday t

for- Mrs.

Marie Arias-Smith.-

The Colon-Chapter of the 1AWC

Wesidentof the Union Club, Dr. day at 3:30 P-.m, ,, ( ; ,,.
Lutf Vallarihd has announced n-'J-am Wives'

at a : recent ..meeting rw?oai"" Mm

of Directors, was aeciaea io m m-atall
atall m-atall elevisioB od the Club prem

ises.':,'

: Count And Countess
P Vhuo Arrivin
? The Count and Countess de
Vogue are arriving on the Isth Isth-i
i Isth-i mus from France on -May 1, on
the first lap of a trip through Cen Cen-trfl
trfl Cen-trfl and South America.'
I khe Count der Vogue Is the son
I oft the late: Mrqui de' Vogue,
. President of the. Sue? Canal Com Company
pany Company and Governor of the Bank
i of France. He is Manager of Moot
j and Chandon, of Epernay France,
makers of French champagne.
! rhile on the Isthmus the Count
I and Countess will he ieteed at a
- party at tN Gblf "Heights res 1 1-dence
dence 1-dence of Mr. and' Mrs. Paul Du Du-l
l Du-l rat. S. .. ...

Cktilr Af British JEmbassy
The British Ambassador and
Mr. 1 Henderson' will enter enter-taiit'it
taiit'it enter-taiit'it a cocktail party for Gov-
arnnr and Mrs. John' S. Scvbold

this afternnon at the British Em- 1

paSSy.: U ;'i

IU0 nviM ..", lit
mu. Amarlnr O 1 1 1 C 8 T S

Wives' Club held its monthly cof-

fee and business m e e n s
Wednesday at the Army Navy
nix pn.cnoi U7r rt res en tea to

many of the Club's member. who

are leaving snumy

States. :

Mrs. W. E. Laidlaw, wife of
r!on.rai t.irflaw was presented

Hostesses for me .even w B

Mrs. J. L. Blackweii ano u.

C. Bnnk.

ri!ia Cli For Beginners

. ncn lull

. A,-new Bridge ciass iot
ners wiU begin at the USO-JWB
Armixt Forces Service Center on

Tuesday, at :7:30 p.m. Jnstrurtor

of the class is rvu iwto
man of Fort Clayton.

participate In this meeting to pro promote
mote promote worthwhile activities. :

ir 1 memhem. mrents and

friends are invited by the Chair

man, fcuis rawceii, 10 auena,

Ijivaltv riav Dance At

l.t. Garvin H. MoumblOW

Post No. 387 Tonight t

v The .r.w. post at u-uiooai wui
i T.nvalti nav Dance at the

post home in 'Cristobal tonight.
Dancing will begin at 9 until?, Gus

Trynt and nit orcnestra wui iura iura-ish
ish iura-ish the musie for dancing., Com Com-risnrW
risnrW Com-risnrW fi Riihzoumst invites all

residtnts on the Atlantic; side to

jiun m me lm)iv) ms)
are being sponsored by the post.
Th IavsHv Dav oroeram will

come to a close Tuesday, with the

dedication ot we tiag poie ai we
post home. : i

Baptismal Service
At First Isthmian

Baptist Church

There will be another, hantls-

tnal' cArvlpA at. the rfrar-lstti-

miaii RaDUsf. chufcK' thid Sun

day when a number of 'Candi

dates will be lrnmersecl.f Tne

preacner an nay wiipw uw

pastor, Rev. S. A. Scarlett

THIS IS MRS. LOUIS L. SHERMAN, whose husband is station stationed
ed stationed at Fort Kobbe, She will be featured at the May luncheon
.of the Fort Clayton Officers' Wives Club. A well known con concert
cert concert vocalist at Bethany College (Undsborg, Kan.), at Indiana
University and later throughout the Midwest, she has sunn the
lead roles in "Brlgadoort," Wonderful Town," and, "Oklahoma."
.Her accompanist is Sp-3 Benjamin Whttten of the 534th Mili Military
tary Military Police Company at Fort Clayton, also a soloist in many
" -Stateside recitals and concert orchestras.
t. ,-? .t- -, (U. Army photo)

BHS Teachers Hummel And Myers
1 Awarded Stateside Scholarship

An invitation .is extended to for former
mer former members of the class to con continue
tinue continue with the Bridge group.
For.further formation and registration,-
please caU the USO

JWB Club, BaiDoa ivu.

teavint On Vacation - ;
- Mr. William Aleman, who is at-;
, tached to the Gorgas HospiUl,
will leave Sunday, for Colombia to
spend a month's vacation visiting
! friends and relatives. He will re re-'
' re-' turn to the Isthmus at the end of
lay. (, ;
Union Club Luncheon ,
. The Ambassador of Colombia,
Raul Barrios, was host at a lunch lunch-.
. lunch-. eon at the Chanteclere Boom, of
the Union Club recently for; a
group made up of high ranking
government dignitaries and mem mem-iirm
iirm mem-iirm nt th ninlnmatip Co IDS ac

credited to Panama. Among those

i who attended we,re Chief of the
Institute of Economic Develop Develop-ment
ment Develop-ment Mario de Diego, Chief of So
' eial Securir Alejandro de la Guar-
dia. Jr., President of the Union
t Club" Dr. Liiis tallarind arid Pob-
lie Jpformation Officer of the Pre-

bM Walfara Grout

On Monday, ai .i:m p-.
PacUic Welfare a Social Organiza Organization,
tion, Organization, wiU hold Its regular meeting
at the Latin American School, Far

raiso, Canal one.
In order to assist adolescents
..nu.iv the Santa Crus

branch of the.Wjetfare group will

Ttie.'tpheriiile for tfc riav In

eludes Divine Worship at n R.ttu

ana vacauun Diuie ociiuui
menclng exercises at 3 p.m. The

special guest speaner ei -ms
program will be Mrsv R. T. Ellis
of, Rio AbaJo.- 5, :

Quemoy Shelled
Again By Reds

TAIPEI,. Formosa, April 28
(UP) Communist Chinese forces

shelled Ouemov island today m

the third and heaviest attack of

the month, the Nationni. Chinese
Defense JUinistry reported, ;
It said Communist euns from

six positions on Amoy fired "a to

tal of 1.165 rounds on Ouemov dur

ing a 2'4 hour period, destroying
a n : i. ..j i. :i i :

iwu Givuian nuvc auu nuiing iwu

COW5. T'
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The communique said the Na Nationalists
tionalists Nationalists returned the fire and
silenced the Communist guns with

a neavy counter oarrage.

LESTER Hummel '.'arid DeWitt

Myers, two Balboa High School
teachers, have been awarded fel fellowships
lowships fellowships for study this summer in
two 'well-known universities in the
iJnifod Stales it has been an

nounced by the Division of Schools.

The fellowships were awarded on

the basis of written applications
made by" the two teachers and the
endorsement of the officials of the

Division of scnoois. ;
Hummel, Who has been teaching
mathematics in Balboa High School
for the past three years, was one
nf the 30 iiirresful IDDlicantS to

be given ; a fellowship for eight

weeks of study m Stanford univer-

a.itjrm. taiuornia oy me sneu mer merit
it merit Pntinrlolinn Mm will mainr in

mathematics and methods of pro

moting interest m turvner siuoy oi
qtathematieS' and science.--A
native of Freedom. Pennsylva

nia, he received both his bachelor

degree and his master's degree
from the University of Pittsburgh.

tseiore coming to tne istnmus tnree

years ago, he taught in Ohio and

Texas.

Caife aUc tar taetetaa la tab)
tohiaia ihwM abaiittc4 la Iraa Iraa-wrltlca
wrltlca Iraa-wrltlca tarai aa4 anil4 to at
Hi baa anmben UkmI aUjr la "S.
cial aa4 Olhrnwuf ," ar 4elivtrc4
fcjr kaa4 to U afflca. Katkat al

Muiaa caaaat fe acetate ky Ida-

Plan to attend Church this Sunday
AT THE
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
BALBOA HEIGHTS. C. Z. 1
9:30 BIBLE SCHOOL (Classes for ail ages) 'i
I 10:40 MORNING WORSHIP
"THE POVERTY OF GOD" ,:
Children's Chapel 10:40 Robert Snyder
6:30 BTU TRAINING IN CHURCH MEMBERSHIP
7 :30 EVANGELISTIC SERVICE
"CAST OFF BY GOD"
. BELIEVER'S BAPTISM
NURSERY PROVIDED FOR ALL SERVICES ,
Rev. W. H. BEEBY . Speaking ', i
RADIO OUTLET HOXO 760 Ke.

The First Baptist Church. Pa-

raUn 'will rinrilcate it.t r-hlmfs

with a special program. After

tne aeaicauon, me emmes win
be demonstrated.
. Tomorrow will also be anniversary-for
the Women's Mis

sionary Union of the churcn. Tne
chimes will be used for their
service. 1

The dedication will be 2:30
p.m., and the WMU's proeram
will begin immediately follow following.
ing. following. Other activities will be: Sun Sunday
day Sunday School at 10 a.m.. Preaching
Service at 11 a.m. Training Un Union
ion Union at 8 n.m. and Divine Wor

ship at 7:15 p.m.

Monday. Sunday School tencn tencn-tn
tn tencn-tn instruction rla.u at 7:30

n m rine Knup nrevlnu tn this.

will be Inquirers class. Tuesday, I

the WMU meets at 7:30 p.m.
wednesdav. nraver meet tne.

Thursday, Brotherhood Society

at 7:30 p.m. Friday, choir practice.

Wherever people of distinction
meet youfll always find

pifii

Mverx received tha Westinffhouae

Foundatin. Srhnlarshin Award fnr

six weeks of study at the Massa

chusetts institute of lecnnoiogy.

Ha was nne of an siirefisfiil an-

plicants chosen from hundreds of
teachers from all over the United

States. He plans to study science

education with emphasis on nuclear
science.
Rnrn in Savrp Ppnnsvlvanin. he

received his bachejor's degree from

Mara Aipnari niioDts in vi nv

-. tv vhviii a vviivbv .v uv
Ciiv NArth Tiflknla .anH hit mfiat-

er degree from Wasbinfton Mte4
t-tl - 1 k L! 1 i

Chain Fence Bid

Entered By Knapp
H. R. KnaDP. S. A.. Panama Ci

ty contracting firm, has entered
apparent low bid of $2,159 for the
enndnirtion nf a four-foot hieh

chain link fence back of a group

of quarters in Diablo Heights.

mas ior wis worn were opened

Friday morning in the office of
Col. Hugh M. Arnold, Engineering

ana construction Director, at tsai-
hns UoioMt Four nlher hirlt Pr

received, ranging up to $4,187, from
local contractors. Other bidders

were Chain Singh and Co.. Dillard

and Hickman, isthmianconstruc-
tors, Inc., and C. A. High.
. The .fence, is to be built along

Uie top oi a nign name dscc oi nous nouses
es nouses on Sibert Street and Smith

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er a jaeKree kuiii nasuinjiuu isnie.os uu oiurn ourri aim omiit
College, He has been teaching in 'Place. The fence will be approxim
the Canal Zone schools since 1947. ately 1,000 feet long.

Fawcelt To Receive

Salute From Music

F.Ilis I.. FawcetL veteran civic

worker, school principal and chur churchman,
chman, churchman, will he tha truest of hon-

V. a, tut. IHWIUD vvi.va w
be held at the Paraiso Theater on

Sunday at 4 p.m., under the auspic auspices
es auspices of the Ladies' Auxiliary Paral Paral-n
n Paral-n Mutual Aid The aualitv of ner-

formance of the two young artists
. XX I

on tne concert stage is wen anuwa

to music lovers on tne istnmus.
, The venerable Mainert X-Peter

son, rector of Christ Church, Co Colon,
lon, Colon, and former music professor
will be the accompanist.

The officers of the auxiliary are:
Mrs. Glenville Davis, pres.; Mrs:
Cleveland Wilson. Vice ores.! Mrs.

Inez McKenzie, secretary; Mrs.

Mildred sawyers, assistant sec y;
Mrs. Maudline Holder, treasurer;'
and- Mrs. Martin Richards, chap

lain.' "f -'

Sidcncij Pedro Dial.

fttme Pelten Entaged

; Mr. and jars. w. u. reiwn
dunce the engagement of their
daugher Renee to Mr. B r u c e G.
Perry." Miss Felton is a graduate
pf Balboa High School and attend attended
ed attended college in Muncie, Indiana. Mr.
Pirry graduated from the Ricn Ricn-lord,
lord, Ricn-lord, Vermont. High School and is
now serving with the U.S. Army.
' The wedding will take place some sometime
time sometime in May. ;
f Valla Luncheon
; -Mr.- and Mrs. Adolfo Anas will
entertain for Governor and Mrs.
' John S. Seybold at a luncheon, oa
Sunday at their El Valle Home.;
lAWC Tea Aii Cart Party Vf.
Per Mrs. Mary Stybeld
On May 1, the Panama Chapter
t of the! Inter-American Women s
Club will entertain with a lunch luncheon
eon luncheon and card P Mrs Ma Mary
ry Mary Seybold, at the Tivoli Hotel,
: tirtlulav Party For

. tmAmht Caclar

s T Y9uhf Crfstopher Casler ,w b o

Cunard Announces

108-Day World

Cruise For 1957

A luxury cruise to exotic lands
armmd tha wnrld is. nlatined for

the 34,000-ton "Cunard liner Caronia

next year. The great world cruise
of 15T, a 108-day voyage sailing
from New York next Jan. 19, will
visit 23 ports in 47 countries. .
The announcement issued today

rby G. L. Bowen, general passeng

er manager nf the Cunard Line

hi the United States, set the mini minimum
mum minimum rate for the 34,000-mile voy

age at aafa.
At the aarne time Bowen annnune.

ed that, during her annual over

ham tne air ennaiuomna enuiD

ment will be augmented so that

all passenger accommoaauoos wui

be air-conamonea.

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TOT PANAMA AMERICAN AN DJDF?EXDE?T DAILY" NEWSPAPER
S-ATTRDAr, APRIL 21, 1931
, YOU CAN PLACE YOUR AD AT. 14.DIFFERENT LOCALITIES IN THE CITY
evasive Wcumti Ads UBd:mmj Gj)Mek tftesmOMgi
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 57 "H" STREET, PANAMA V

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COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
CANAL ZONK rOLTOJNIC
TOEMTAL-MEDICAL v
J DR. C1 I. BABREGX D.D.S.
DR. AVILA JR..- M.O.
V, Oa Vacation. UnUl May 1st.
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(oppetHe Anton Scaael rUys4)
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'EDUCATION INSURANCE
IM RIDGE
! "nana Panams X-esiS
TRANSPORTS BAXTER. S-A.
' Pack Shipper Mover
bonoo 2-7451 w -25tt
Uartr Riding at -FANAMA
RISING SCHOOL
tiding tt Jumping class doit
1 1 S p.m. Faea 3-0279
V' ar y apaaintmaaKv'V
.Wa akip Vnr ripiia
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wadisli Mtmafa 8tam Batk
fat aula and 4m
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f Itfi Hrhottit '.- -
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HARNETT & DUNN
, BALLROOM DANCE STUDIO
rrcACHcs until rot) learn
Balboa: -423l ar Pan.: 1-1SW
Studio El Panam Hotel
a 1 mm mi
ijamDoa pool uo$ea
IfAPirlau anrl TiiAfriav
I'lVHUBf enu iuwuuj
The wimmln2i)ool at Gamboa
will be closed all day Monday and
Tuesday. Aoril 30 and May 1, it
has been announced by the Physic Physical
al Physical Education and Athletics Direc Director.
tor. Director. During the time that the pool
is closed, the pump will be repair-
cd.
READ THIS!
Are yoa Interested for a ridi ridiculous
culous ridiculous tow price, in a beauti beautiful
ful beautiful lot at Panama'! closest
and finest beach resort? Sou
can pay as you see fit W
want nice v neighbors and
money Is no object. CORO CORO-NADO
NADO CORO-NADO BEACH 49 miles from
Ferry. Call Eisenmann Pan Panama
ama Panama MSB5 or ae CastiUa at
Coronado.
I Sale??
what a Wiling Ding i v
Bargains??
yours for the picking
Credit??
yours for the asking
PUlipfiif Dallam Dmitur
Corner "H" and Darlen St.
Lots of .1
Free l-i Space
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
V Quota tUns by
ARIAS, MATVSSI ASSOCIATES

Bid Ask
1 Abattoir Nadonal ......
1 Banco riduciarto 411
' Blokmlgon u
Cemento Panama 7
Cerveceria Nadonal .... a
' Chlricana d Ltche .... II 11
Clayco 41
Coca Cola i.
Cuentas 'CaiKalaa ; .i. .. f ;; f
Pref. with Com. ..... US
DesUladora Nadonal ...
. linanclera latmtfta
Pref. with Com. 100
fv
rineruas, S. A.
a Pref. with Com. ...... ; 12S
.' IMeixa jr Lua-rPraf.
ruert r Lua-Com. S v
Hotelet Interamerlcanos. SS4 t.
General do Seturo"-.V..' 4- j
' Panamefta da Aceltea ...
Pahamefia da libra ... .. Z6
' Panamcfia de Tabac .. 11 It I'l
Tea tro Bella vista ,t..,. ,75
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taUreetNe.13 in La Cumtama. An. ItwM No.' J.tehkOHinlt.tt Feigne Let em Street MlftLJUpl
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FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE. Om FiraataiM 1953
ea. ft. refrigerate ia goad',
ceaditiea $90; alt aa 4-bern-er
Mag CKtf get stave with
ve, aeereximatet lira year
eld, ia fair tondirioa $35. Call
Panama 3-4157 ar apply Apt.
Na, 4, Fmol Apartments, earner -Ricard
Ariat aad 52nd Sltaat,
Camp Akgre.
FOR SALE: 4-bamer gat ttav
$50, refrigerator $50, utiscella utiscella-neevs
neevs utiscella-neevs turn&ere. CaH Panama 1 1-1301
1301 1-1301 after p.m.
FOR SALE-Twa bai with
Innaitprin marl ran, thr ckait
drawtn (rwa imall, ana Urj).
562-A, Carundu Haightt.
FOR SALE 14 cu. ft. frtastr
$290; automatic washar $135;
9.4 cu. .ft. rafrigararor wifh
fraaiar tap $160. Quartan 21,
Alaraok. Fhaaa 2291.
FOR SALE- Dining raam tat,
fat ttara, rafrigaratar, f ai witar
haatar Rtaaonabla "G" Straat
Na. 2,' Apt. 3, El Cantraja (Car (Car-'acai
'acai (Car-'acai RJa-.).
FOR SALE: 3-pc. Guatemalan
living raam tat, an easy chair.
All $35. Curtindu 6236.
FOR SALE: Mahogany living
raam furnitura and baalraam set.
Far information call 3-1751,
' Cristobal.
: FOR SALE: Philce console com combination
bination combination television phonograph,
0-cycle, $140. Navy 3445.
FOR SALE.- Kenmora automa automatic
tic automatic washer, 9 months aid $130.
Phana Fart Kobba 4211.
Dedicates Services
, w
To Young People
t
servicei in the churches of
the Christian. "MlSsion of Pana Panama
ma Panama tomorrow will be devoted to
he youne people, who will nlay
an active part in conducting the
worship. Assignments- of speak speakers
ers speakers were announced as follows by
waer j. c. Brewster, eeneral su-
perintendent:
Colon, 11 a.m. and 7 D.m Bro.
N. E. Prescott. The general su superintendent
perintendent superintendent of Sunday Schools,
Leroy Springer, will visit the
school.
Panama, 11 a.m., Bro. Golf Golf-bourne
bourne Golf-bourne Maynard; 7:15 p.m., Rev
C. U. Jarvis, pastor.
Chorrillo, 11 a.m., Bro. James
Miller; 7:15 p.m., Rev. J. C.
Brewster.
La Boca, 11 a.m. and 7:15 p.m.,
Bro. Earl Clarke.
Size 14 Family Goes
To Delrcil To Live
NEW YORK, Aprfl 28 (UP)
A "Dutch refugee family will in increase
crease increase Detroit's population by 14
tomorrow.
Nico Dooyes, 43, his wife, Mari Marianne.
anne. Marianne. '36. and their 12 children
compose the largest family yet to
enter the United States under the
muse relief program. They are
sponsored by the St. Vincent de
Roman Catholic Church in De
troit,
The family boarded a bus for the
trip to Detroit Dooyes, former
teacher, soldier, lawyer and gov government
ernment government official, has a job in an
auto plant.
"The Hague is overpopulated
and I could see no future for my
children," Dooyes said after ar
rival at Idlewud Airport.
His nine sons and three daugn
ten. ranting in aee from
months to 16 years, were born In
The Hague.
CHOICE
LOTS tor
SALE
omMfik
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Ave. Eloy Alfaro 15-159
Tel.' 2-0610

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FOR SALE
Antomobiles

FOR SALE: '51 Pantiec Chief,
tai Deluxe 4-a'oar Sedan. Hy Hy-drtmatic,
drtmatic, Hy-drtmatic, radio, deluxe access
ry group. Good condition $700.
13-4195..
FOR SALE On awner, 1953
Chevrolet "210" sedan, good
condition. Pbon 2-6412.
FOR SALE. 1953 Chevrolet 4 4-door
door 4-door tadaa, excellent condition,
aaa owner, 27,000 miles, power
glide, radio, $1050 cash. Phono
-13-5 1 88 after 4:30 p.m., all
day Saturday.
FOR SALE: -r 1954 Studebaker
Cammandar, overdrive, turn lig lig-nab,
nab, lig-nab, excellent condition. Balboa
1581.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 4-doer
sedan, 19,000 miles. Cash only
$1190. One awnar. Phana Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1598 mornings.
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford Taunua
two-tone sedan, white sidewall
tires, sett cavers. In perfect con condition,
dition, condition, $1000; boy's Number
English bicycle, almost new $25.
Phone 3-1024.
FOR SALE: 1947 Studebaker
4- door Champion. A-1 shop.
'56 Inspected. $225 cash. Phana
5- 559.
FOR SALE: Leaving Isthmus,
1951 Oldsmobile Super 88 De Deluxe
luxe Deluxe Club, Coup with radio,
heater and other extras. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent condition. Price $800 cash.
Phone Balbaa 1743.
FOR SALE. 1954 Ford Custom Custom-line
line Custom-line Deluxe 4-door sedan. Car
looks like new, two-tone paint.
4 new wsw tires with leu than
25 miles on them, radio, vinyl
plastic upholstery, guaranteed
perfect car condition. Can b
seen 5 to 6:30 Saturday evening,
all day Sunday. House 2317, Las
Cruces Ave., Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1952 Nash Ram Ram-bier
bier Ram-bier Station Wagen, radio, heat heater,
er, heater, wsw new tires, overdrive.
Ca ba financed. 60-cycle wash-ring
machine $35, 9x12 black-red-grey
rug, 8x9 green rug' Ft.
Amedor SI 35.

Solon Calls For Slow Approach
To Ikes Foreign Aid Program

WASHINGTON, AprU 28 (UP) (UP)-Rep.
Rep. (UP)-Rep. James P. Richards (D-S.C.)
said today Congress should "mark
time" on President Eisenhower's
foreign aid program until the ad administration
ministration administration explains hints of a
drastic shift in U. S. foreign poli
cy.
Sen. Walter F. George (D-Ga.),
disagreed. He said Congress
anuum go aneaa witn a one-
year extension of the present aid
program
Richards is chairman of t h

T r . I
senhower's request for a $4,900,
000,000 aid appropriation with au authority
thority authority to make long-range com commitments.
mitments. commitments. George is chairman of
the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee.
Richards summoned a news con conference
ference conference to say he was "worried"
about recent presidential stater
ments which, he said, indicated a
"super-duper new approach to
U.S. allies.
He referred to Mr. Eisenhower's
speech last Saturday in which the
President said: "A policy that was
good six months ago is not neces necessarily
sarily necessarily now of any validity; it is
necessary that we find better,
more effective ways ot keeping
ourselves in tune with the world's
needs.'
The President also suggested
creation of a "rotating advisory
body of citizens" who would work
together with the government to
make sure American policies are
keeping "up to snuff. "- Mr. Eisen-I
hower told .his news conference
this week he was "not ready to
ampiny" ms taea.
Richards said the President
appeared to be building a "pyra "pyramid"
mid" "pyramid" of study groups on foreign
affairs.
If drastic changes In foreign
policy kre in prospect, Richards
said, it would be foolish for Con
cress to approve an aid bill and
then have the administration "cut
the feet out from under us" by
Service To Honor
Rev. C, Crag well
The suntr Eucharist beginning
at 7:30 a.m. tomorrow at St.
Christopher! Church, will be
dedicated to the Rev. Clarence
A. Cragwell In observance of the
15th anniversary of his ordina ordination
tion ordination to the dlaconate
- The preacher at this service
will be the Rev. Clarence W.
Hayes, prlest-ln-charge of the
mission.
SNUFF SCENT
DETROIT (UP) Detrolti
police seek a cemetery safe safecracker
cracker safecracker who snuffs snuff. A snuff
box left at the scene was the only
cine in the theft of $900 from the
offici of Forest Lawn Cemetery.'

nouse i-oreign Anairs C-pmmitteenot this year.

MISCELLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031, ANCON. C2.
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL. CX
DR. WENDEHAKI Medical Cli'
k, Day-Night ervic. Oppasit
Chase Bank. Phana 2-3479 Pan-
FOR SALE-
Jliscellaneou
FOR SALE: Smell native hors-f
at, suitable for children $25 t ':
$30 each. 3-0279, Panama Rid-,
ing School, between 4 p.m. and
6 p.m.,-: y i -. ,-! v l.C
MOTHER'S DAY BABY ORCHIDS
Corsages, bouquets delivered ;
anywhere United States, Panama)
Canal lone. Phone Panama-' 3-'
0771. Cristobal 1033, i. ; i
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY COMPANY-OFFERS
OFFERS COMPANY-OFFERS EMPTY SACKS ; FOR
SALE. Sealed bids for epeninf :
in public will be received until
10:00 a.m. May 10, 1956 in -the
office ef th General Main":
agar. Commissary Division, Mt,
Hope, Canal Zone for 6,000 an an-ty
ty an-ty empty rie sacks located at
tha Mt. Hop Abattoir of the
Commissary Division and 10,000
only empty Dairy Feed sacks lo located
cated located at Mindi Dairy Farm. Invi-
ration CD-56-3 may ba btain
d from th office) ef th Supply
and Employ Service Director,
Balbaa Heights, er of tha Gen General
eral General Manager, Commissary Divi Division,
sion, Division, Mount Hope, Canal Zana.
FOR SALE. 1941 Ford Coupe,
good motor and tires $160. Let
medal Eire outboard 12-horse-power
$200. Call Curandu 5253
for appointment.
FOR SALE. Dachshund female,
ten weeks aid, black and tan.
42 Seventh Street, San Francis Francis-ca
ca Francis-ca da la Calata. Phana 3-2812.
Wanted to Buy
WE BUY AUTOMOBILES, mod models
els models 1950 t 1955. We payclsN
an tha spot. Autos Eisenman,
S. A., beside Coca Cola Plant.
Phana 2-2616, 2-4966 Panama.
advocating some entirely different
prugram.
PendinB a full vvnlanitinn
Richards said Congress m i gji t
sidetrack the administration's .bill
and approve just enough money
to "meet essentials until the new
recommendations are ready.' 5
oeorge, whose committee also
is studying the administration's
foreign aid bill, disagreed. He
sam ms iaea is to get a "non-
nffirinl vlaur nt tha wU. :a
' t iT-iV": "".'."1 ? ""I
.-...a w UCIU VrVUJil VOl UCAL VBr
. George said his committee will
hear Secretary of State John Fos Foster
ter Foster Dulles Monday in open ses session
sion session on the aid program, .Dulles
leaves Tuesday for an Atlantic
Pact meeting in Paris.
Richards said his group also
wants question Dulles about
signs of a possible radical shift
m U.S. foreign policy.
GIs Entry Invited
In 'Essay' Contest
Members of U. S. Arm Carib
bean are invited as well as enJ
couraged to enter the 1956 Fre
edom foundation letter awards
program, which was announced
this week by the Department of
Defense,
The subject will be "Mt Vote1
Freedom's Privilege."
. Letters snouia A written with
a minimum-of 100 words and a
uic ruie m uic American TOier io
self-government No letters, ac according
cording according to the rules, will be con considered
sidered considered for award if they are
for or against any party or indi
vidual.
First place winners in each of
the services will be guest at the
Inauguration of the President at
Washington next January. This in
addition to $1000 and a George
Washington Honor Medal. Win Winners
ners Winners of all prizes will be an announced
nounced announced on Washington's Birth
day (February 22).
Other awards: two 8500 prizes
for-second place finishers, 80 $100
prizes for third place winners.
and 50 George Washington Honor
Medals for third Place winners
The closing date for the pro
gram is November 11. There is
no limit on the number of en
tries a person may submit
Send letters to Freedom Foun
dation at Valley Forge. Pa
As proof that USARCARIB
soldiers can be winners, the Ar
my points to PFC's Gary Tietjan
of Fort Clayton and Donald Jor Jordan
dan Jordan of Fort Amador, and Sd3
Crawford Grogan of Fort Ama Amador.
dor. Amador. Tietjan and Jordan won $100
each, and Grogan an Honor Med-
al for their entries in last year's
. """fc '"
program

FOR RENT,
ApartmenU

ATTENTION & LI Just built
medar famished apertmaais. I
2 bod roe mt, bat, cold wataa,
Pbea Paaaata 1-4941.
FOR RENT Furnished er un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartment! 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, 2 -' bathraams, ate, ia.
Bella Vista,. Phon 3-6097, 2-
2504.-
FOR RENT. 2-bdram earner
apartment, living-dining ream, :
crendr $65. BeUsari Perra
No. 56, key apartment 8. Tdo-,
pbana 2-2316, 3-0234.
APARTMENT available May It v
3 bedrooms,. 2' bathrooms, liv-
. ing-dining ream, kitchen, hot-'
L cold water,; exclusive alghbar- 1
. hood, f For information cad 2
19S8 V 3-0349,' v
FOR RENTrrJtacanHy built a-
partmente -with -rwa bearoamt,
maid's raam, bat' water mstalla- ;
. tie,' garage.' Caal and veirtilet
d aree. El Cangrahv Alberta
Navarro Street Na. 48. Phane
2-2883. ...v,h, '.f .Pv
FOR RENT Apartment 1 bad bad-room
room bad-room $65. 96 Via Parras, Tela-
phon 3-2138.
FOR RENTt Furnished er aa aa-furnished
furnished aa-furnished apartment: two bad bad-rooms,
rooms, bad-rooms, two bathrooms, living living-dining
dining living-dining room, maid's ream with
bathroom, garage and bat water.
Phone, business heart, 2-0321
Sunday 2-3525.
FOR RENT. Modern very easy
to furnish a-bdreem apart apartment,
ment, apartment, with bet water beater aad
all madam conveniences, in th
best residential district, $70. CaH
3-3421. .;rtS'
FOR RENT: Apartment in cha chalet,
let, chalet, completely furnished, linen,
dishes, garage. Residential sec sector
tor sector 9th Street Na. 47, Saa Fran Fran-cisc.
cisc. Fran-cisc. FOR RENT: Camee Akgro,
beautiful furnished 3-bedreem,
2- bath apartment fully equipped
with glass, chinawara, etc CaH
3- 1789. :. .' v
FOR RENT Brand new one one-bedroem
bedroem one-bedroem apartment, completely
furaished, $80. Address: Second
Avenue, San Francisc. : Se
Pharmacy. Phane 3-1221.
FOR RENT Apartment 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, dining room, sitting raam,
maid' raam with balk, large
kitchen. Urge bathroom, hot wa water,
ter, water, apartment all screened, 25
square meters inside apartment
far laundry, drying and ironing,
large cleeets, garage. Haas Net
5, Eusebia A. Martlet Ave. in
El Cangreje. corner bouse. Phone
Panama 3-0579
FOR RENTr Furnished all com comfort
fort comfort apartment, inspected, screen screened.
ed. screened. Via Espaaa, house before
Juan Franca.
FOR RENT: 2 vary large roams
I apartment 1 in new building,
very cool, hot water, maid's
bathroom, $60. Riui Building,
Jos Francisc da la Ossa Ave.
and $ Street, in front Firestone
Agency. Phone 2-3436
US Navy Out To Set
Hew World Altitude
Mark In New Mexico
WASHINGTON. April 28 (UP) J
The Navy wUl try to a world
altitude record next Tuesday at the
White Sands, N.M., proving grounds
with a new type rocket. The alti-
mue goai is at least 190 miles.
The Navy will fire into the thin
air an AeroDee-Hi rocket with
120-pound payload. It will carry
version of, the radio transmitter
uiai win De used in the earth satel
lite vehicle next vear
me present record for a single single-stage
stage single-stage rocket is 158 mile, ant hv
Viking rocket on May 24, 1954. Al Although
though Although the Navy set the altitude
goal, at 190 miles, it said the re research
search research rocket may so even hiphar
uniute we viKing, the Aerobee-
,m,n Lu .ii., 1.
xet wiucn fails away after about
tnree seconds.
The world altitude record for
two-stage rocket, a -German V-
combined with a U.S. Army "WAC
Corporal," is 250 miles. A three three-stage
stage three-stage rocket will climb to about 300
miles in launching the earth satel.
ute
27 Feared Lost
In Jap Storms
TOKYO. Aoril ,28 fUPi At
least 2 persons, including the pilot
of a .U.S. Air Force plane, were
feared dead today in the wake of
wind storms and heavy fog which
struck the western Pacific area
last night.
Twenty-six Japanese fishermen
were believed drowned during a
storm with winds of 70 miles an
hour which struck northwest of
Hokkaido.
The pilot of a Sabre also was
listed as a victim ot the weather.
His plane crashed at sea while at
tempting t land in a thick fog at
a U.S. Air Force base in Okinawa
Rescue parties found no trace of
-.1...- tl1v -"

FOR RENT
nouses

FOR RENT. 3 badreem chalet chalet-with
with chalet-with 2 bathrooms, aarch tad ga gang.
ng. gang. Calf Meight, 7th Street
No. 27, $175 Phn 3-2331
2-3697. v
FOR RENT: Chalet: 2 bed bed-reams,
reams, bed-reams, living-dining, maid's room
with tervke, gartV all sereea sereea-4i
4i sereea-4i Treat-Isthmian Highway,'
Phaae 3-3341, 3-1275.
FOR RENT: Haw chalet: 3
badroomt,. living raaaa, dining
raam, 2 porches, garaga, large
kitchen, garde aa 12th Street,
Airport Read, Parfilla N. 97.
Ale 2 smaH apartments en Via
P arras Na. 64, has ana room,
kitcnen, bathroom and pKh, let let-Jepeadeat.
Jepeadeat. let-Jepeadeat. Phone 3-1863.
FOR REKT: 2-bedrooaa chalet:
living dining raam, bathroom,
kitchen, maid's room. Las CumA
bras, Beyaca Street N. 2107.
FOR RENT SmaH -chalet: sit-tiag-diains;
ream and twa bad
roams, furnished. Via Parrot Na.
97-B after 2 p.m.-Phane 2-2175
r 3-2709.- ,
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE. Cabin ruitar, 28 28-ft.
ft. 28-ft. 7-in. 1 1 5-hp. Chrysler Crown.
Mechanical refrigeratioa, marina
radia, galley, bead, banks. Li Licensed
censed Licensed far S. Completely equip equipped
ped equipped for bay ar deep aaa fishing.
Phane Fort Clayton 5 1 24.
Services Schedule
h Saint Pelert
Suiters Change
Because of the change m
schedule of services t St Peter's
Church, La, Boca, effective May
l, the hour for Sunday school
will be' advanced to 9 a.m.
Choral eucharist on Sundays
will take place at 10:30 a.m.,
while holy communion will be
held 9 a.m. Wednesdays Instead
of 7 a.m. daily.
Tn MX nf a fnaet. flaw fh m
ebratlon will be offered on the
same day and not on Wednesday.
Consequently, the feast of St.
Philin and St- James will ba ob
served Tuesday with holy com
munion at v a.m.
Tomorrow for the last time,
sung; eucharist Is slated for 7
a.m. and church school with
morning prayer at 10. The Rev.
John Spear, priest In charee.
will be celebrant and preacher
at the eucharist, but win not be
present for evensong; 7:30 p.m.
Talent and Fashion Show
Everything is set for the talent
parade and fashion show comine
off at the Pacific Service cen
ter 7:30 tonight under the aus aus-nices
nices aus-nices of the Parish Welfare
Council of Si Peter's church. An
orchestra will be in attendance
for both feaures.
Red Boat Grabs
Japanese Ship
TOKYO! April 2S fUPWA Soviet
patrol boat was reported-yesterday
to have captured a Japanese
tuning vessel on the .northern
coast of Japan. -
Japanese press reports said the
boat was seized Thursday off Hok
xaiao, japans northernmost is island.
land. island. s i
Report of the capture came as
an advance party of Japanes re representatives
presentatives representatives arrived in Moscow
to negotiate with th Russians on
a Soviet ban on tubing in north
a abiuc waters.
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RESORTS

Gramlich't Santa Ciara. Beach
Cart ages, Madera coaveniencet,
snoderate rat, 9 he 6ambe
C-441. ""I, v;..
FOSTER S COTTAGES and large
beach bans. On mil peat Ce Celine.
line. Celine. Balba 1866.
PHILLIPS Oce aside Cattaeat,
Seat Clara. Box 435, Bale.
Pboae Panam 3-1877. Criate-
tujl 3.1C7S. :
Swim and relax at ShrapaoT
beach hornet, Santa Clara. Phone
Thamptoa,-Balboa 1772
Position Offered
WANTED: Qualified teletype
technician with radia and com communications
munications communications background, at least
twa year actual teletyp main
tenanc experience required, a
ether needs apply, good atarting
ulary with excel lent future for
right man; Contact Pan AmerW
can World Airways, telephone 24
0670. Mr. Goerg J. Schmthl,
during affke haurs. Aftar 6 a.m.
gall telephone 3-3633. f
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BALLROOM DANCING CLASSES
New 8-week course, including1
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Latin American dances begins m
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Phon 25-3700 evenings.
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month, and are designed to ful fulfill
fill fulfill two purposes. They wW be
used as a means of Riving local
artists a chance to display their
ability and they will also provide
cultural- entertainment for the
community. :
This Monday, The Kin Four
quartet, Samuel Blendman bass
soloist, the- Bethel Youth- qospel
Singers and Vincent Ford, gui guitarist,,
tarist,, guitarist,, will be featured.
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Morocco TakesOver:

Responsibility For
Inlerna) Securify
B AR AT: Morocco' Aoril 28 (UP)

The Moroccan government took
over full responsibility from Fran France
ce France today for all internal measures

in the nation.

However, another murder near
Tetuan in the former Spanish zone
brought Spanish troops into the
area to nolice it until Moroccan

forces are ready to maintain ord

er.

.1-1 i -V r... I

ii b. 1 1 1 "" '"" " ""

8

. nui -sv wuuti ims lowering icaoy Dear pegs to oe
hugged, but thre-year-old Barbara Rhodes just can't reach him,
. Thtoy, Ave. feet, six inches tall, u on display at a toy (air in
KewYprkCJti. -

HOLLY

r ihv

iain

- t I

J") I J

if ..J ".. ". -i'v

offlc of he governor ., From e".5 ce5rfoBuSS president; Mrs. Taht;

waV V5-ttM SUver leaver Award ot wtittnainR erylc

The newest victim of a wave
of 'settling of accounts" sweep sweeping
ing sweeping the former Spanish zone was
Cairl Al Sprif Hnrhmi who. was

stabbed to death in a coal market.
. TiiHtt rllnh Si Hammel was

chnt rinan nntsirlff- the smf town

of Aloaxar Oiivlr. Sveral davs a-

go anoiner cam was sine a m

bloody inter-tnbal fightmg.
mL . l. 1 .'.I..

ine iransier oi uiiemgi jcgunij
was promised by France last Feb.
ruarv when it eranted indenend-

ence to Morocco. It went into cf-
fprt trvfiav at a time when French

and Algerian authorities were di'
stressed at what they called a flow

of men and arms into reDemon
ridden" Algeria from Morocco. Mo

rocco will now police its own bord
ers. - '.: '

' -k It '1 :
Scoiii NMfs

SIZABLE TREND

GRAND .RAPIDS. Mich-(UP)

Metered parking spaces -- in

downtown 'Grand Rapids. nave

been reset to accommodate, larg

er cars..

Ertkiat Johnson k

rwA nnvfMmiti 'of America a-

w ai'ds,.both national in -scope,
were presented Thursday at Bal-
. m .Ua O DaV.

tooa Heignw uo ,; Vhfl rmn William Mai

Bold ano c. h xtuj. i r-:. u.

rj: ;. rvi r Biriai nr tna nainune

mony new. ,.77-7

ernor Seyboia mareeo e "Ui.TJ.-i h
rf'AP.i b.i. ..n .nnnit on1 oin to th .President or tnc

Farewell Review

For McAuliffe

MANNHEIM. Germany. April

28 (UPi Ton NATC -military

leaders will join in a farewell re review
view review today for Gen. Anthony C

McAuliffe, retiring commander in

rhinf nf thi U.K. Armv in KuroDe.

Tha rerpmnnip will ba featured

i by a parade of 2,50ft troops with

tanks and jei aircraft. :
Tha AniPiiran rnnfinppnt at the

review win inciuae inaiu com

DRIVE-IN THEATRE
TODAY $0 p 6 eTODA
r ANOTHER UNITED ARTISTS SUCCESS!' ;

li ( V : owe V O l
0Af. I" cor'". V
f f .!:;;s;r
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ESTOSH KAIHUEK R'JCHES SAW ICIDi ECntUI

1

BSKSI J 4HMB 0SAY80H 1 4-. MMItl

H0Mt0.

IcaKol ADAMS ISCHENCKl KOCH

HKTL
KAY

m-LK

win

- V N. H. SAVINGS UPV-

nf Wot 'l tnorisored'by Ihe Bal- kee thrift is, tha hallmark of, Newjmander Gen. Alfred M. Gruenther
OI rqsi I SPO?ur"-" V, ifJri JnniM" Tn S tavina hank'whn also a ret r nit th is vear. h is

Doa Jbions uiup; vountu pi- v-"-v :': r:..n t ,ri. -Nnriiaa

""i""'" .r f. ... J.nn,it. enco am nm ppnt cnm. tnwrtsnr r.pn. I.anriK Nnrslatl

2$Jm S 7 iWr ienVrisc foV UlK to Germany,

. J 1 ; ft, A mm, Jam

the nation as a whole.

James B. Conant.

. HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Ex-easy, for .the rest of his life. He's time that such full recognition ffw to lt orth-J
.1.?.;,; vim; There -' were said to-be worth $25,000,000. ; .'U. wivim'io-an. American! united States by, tha Nauonai

vconHmWnAm hnlv" aiirng fot! Misnriut an the menu at -the- Newmn.. omif. nonnrJl outstd" the Counoll.

. 1. 1 j ... . . 1.-. . ... o www.

"Sianaing nuoia- wniy, m 1 rov scow, vumit" uuu-

but ;the empty- seals in' 11 Lo& "Jumbo- Squah stuffed-with- wild
Angelestheaterr on the opening ? f (j 4
day nT kw .moviet 'The;Swan, -I, NUking of Hugh O'Brian .with a
was tht show business surprisa-of; bullet for a scene in 'The Brass
,.. T -. Legend." broueht a wire of nro.

"Please be careful. O'Brian still

has .35. mora ,'Wvatt Earn' tcle-

filma. on his schedule." 1

Legend, brought a wire of pro.

test' to. the film -producer from

AB-iV; n reaa

- "Instead bf -the tove story of a
prinaessV ItV was ,"Tha Dying
Swan,!:.itH; tha .film, taking m
less.thW.OQu in-ALL 11 theaters.
Next day. it,- vras the same story
Groaned an MGM studio spokes-man-
ta ;w; -'.What, should have
been a .sacred ceremony turned
.,t ik h .artiivlll and I SUesS

the public, is iok of Grace Kcily.
But hr ara plenty of fan
camplsinH.-rct
-....i... ., a kraiancr ana

. J' :.i ink. hlfnr thn Andrew Sisteftf. tliev ll "J"UWI n JKr;

.v nhr wnt nf the erosi. It's a good OUT' ",wn, ".-,. aw.rdt

Wai-:-h9n't-removed: bet they'll' have a career' recon- Boy JRB''. ,J

that 'crown -from tha swan's head jciliation-although they won't

4. th. .rlvortiwments lor ine nun. meraacircs m um iuwy.c.

All, Ul M ? .t

ho r..nAl! rnnlM r heulflF DT4

ZS&SS United State.Mjent.d to 0Dy

Scout represenwwvca viv.MM.y.. wth
..mnnv bv nra-, oresented at Balboa Heignts

ntC" to" Sevboid7"hrm(rary Thursday was received by Coun
senting -to .mvoow, o i ; vatlona Headouar

hAimcU ani.. a special .painting;

irecelved for that purpose, lrom
i ....J.atitai.

NmiUIitLl Ilv,uM. j
Immediately afterwards tte.
Governor made tha surprisa

Evan. : whila litttnlna t the Tf TAV Hpirhts. t

Ktlly-R.ini.r m.rri. w thai ""e, Beaver Award p
radio, Za Za Gabor ktpt "'L.e ,Sf 0utstandinR service to
n9. to CBS-TV Diraetor Allan ?ML not neoessarUy limit-
dahllno. It's all a publicity tm.ViYL!Ah,nxt Wng

. - usually wh -t

COCII aUUilCW U,VW man "hu t-
I per cent o the gross. It's a good

play-

11 Slippm L iem-i. vnHahnmaV- Jnnra rpadv

... with th venuest that it be

presented to the novernor of the

canai zone.
Orsinlsl To Give
Concert ToiTiOrroY

Al Slide's

v.i Tinnr pAnrert nf Orean

music, tncludlnu selections from

the works of sacn, rraiiun, mi-

dor and Karg-Eierx. wm d pre pre-sented
sented pre-sented by S-Sgt., William John-

row at :30 p.m. at the Cathedral

It Is awaraeu w rurowaioisup.ra rurowaioisup.ra-tlonal
tlonal rurowaioisup.ra-tlonal CouncU of Boy Scoutsot, st Luke AnC0n.
uncuSS? Sj ? Johnston, a chaplain

services

(Oklahoma Jones ready! oi a .nT -niriaiist in the office of tne

. wr.i.ik.. t i-'Ki York niehtclub .ainecr maae omy gv .7hV?;.: ri.i.i at, Albrook AP

neauny mow.v x: hi. dice h given local ;cquncu.. vV. -traininr at

scenew. """.,7" :JTi. .Ttk'.. Rhiare: renuired w di .V.. i

been about :UW. wrM-T Krrtr"rntlv

scenes '"V, fl-.i i Dinah Shore and

w' ivru.- .t -1KBC.TV aeries in the fall;

C n r Geoff ray

nUlm NBC;TV series in .toe faU

Thir movla' M j OMUeataq w, '".

Gtoffrayioeen aouui, ...iv flM

4w..h..iarlf. rf.-v.v"-. predoeers" two penetrating m$ WSJ' p manv s ..

v' r. ; solid methods ef treating se-ealled -WW. advice an
. r. "V e.TT!t.:.--",- .Adk mw.. i. bears., hft ha? given aayu;e an

tailfflTaT
Foi fofai ra phoU ? of Marilyn Uming up" next ? e a s o n. He'sjttonal. Boy fico "SSja; Bachr CantabUe C. Frmne:
SP,?uXtL,t nace.-shelvine hhe -Milton .. Berle that i Zone; he was. at one "f ,- No.,V JToccaUU C

nce'.

a------ j- I :

antivitifS

Ttnimris on a strict diet

star

WrUni aotl nn tha Lake Of

ifAimtainV CI IT ArflTa-VUert.

ai hrii'i 1 mm rvip nf v evenirifcT

prayer will follotf theconcert at

He's

2o!BaDou musical version of the! Zone:, he served BmYSer which the Cathedral choir, un
onejRoy Chanslor western .novel. That! a Nbbo c,K.e

"StoTw. reTliuncaTcr fellow wul.try anything.

TUB THEATRE GUILD

: -A"v.'" Presents--

I' DyJ::nKcrr endRuih Brcckc

FINL PERFORMANCE TONIGHT.'

, Curtain time 7-8 p.rn.
Tickets may be obtained at Dagmar
.,V. or call Balboa 4205
DON'T MISS TH?: FUNNIEST PLAY. OF THE YEAR.

... nraaniat a.nd choirmaster

m M-9nt1nff an the Of

Wilt Slug,

fertory, -,wnen w i wun-'v
Mary went" by 3. TCccard.
' nn?- p.. t Tclrnball Renew Is

to be thr officiating clergyman.

The pubuc ls mviwa w

nnr.n Lna couccik. uu v.

nlnst service.

?--

option

1

- r y-RU Ui all in the Utftelt

Wilson's Birthday

Memorial U rqed :

"5:., ;r f the veterans

of Foreign, Wars for hl service

3, of Vis church: at pres.

rbTisvoUnguhisJlme:

organuin? new uw
iiv, h- .pmitino' nrosram

to more boy of the Canal Zone.1

f'Mr. Xanu we m
boybood and. acoutln v without
regard to race or creed, an ex
emplary citizen f hl communt-

ty.i

wSrhnrttT of the -NaUcnal President Eisenhower, yesterday
SA-JSLVA Americans to participate

vvuin.i "." ... "hi. iV.ilhU vur h nht.rvin the 100

Canal Zone council wn. w rzr- . p

;dent Woodrow Wilson.

-The President in a proclamation
aiH tha Woflrl War I chief execu

tive 'aave to this nation and to

th. world a concept ot peace

k.t-ii An iiniip- mil n-penom ano

supported by the hrotherhood of

Mr Fiftrnhower ,' also nraised

Wilson for his devotion to the

service of bis country, promotion

Silver Beaver, For rtistingiilshed
service to. boyhood f
Also a surprise to Taht was
the .presence of Mm. Taht ana
his son, Robert, of Rodman. : r
.. i4k-i nriiriuM tn tha nresen-

tation were Scouts and Scoutj

leaders who reported to the Gpv-
am emit aptivltiP and tne

future aims of Boy Scoutint; In

, the' Canel zone:
i Cub Scout Michael O'Neill cf
f .nnncnrftfi t.hfl Cr6t.

O. W! Ooethals Post N6. 3i!33iof public welfare,, dependence on
.mm -.n.ti.i tm fimit PH. Hvin anirianca and "his Unfail-

, v.f.W. V lyU. wu-
j.i. bi. Tmm 1 nnnxnrail in pnnfidencB in OUT SVltem 01

bv the American Legion Post NO. 'free government and the ultimate

I; Explorer ecoutuan name?.) um i r.r...

ELECTRIC SERVICE
Will be off in Via Brazil
from Paitilla to Via Espana
Juan Franco Development
from 6:00 a.m. to 12 m.

on Sunday, April Z, lifob

It fnkfc n Inr of "work to keep

pace with your demands rot more

and more electricity.' Every year
new' facilities must be planned

- for and added to enable us to meet the growing electric needs, of Panama.
So please consider this brief interruption of : your electric service as a sign of growth
and progress. The' work will be done at a time. when.itwill causp, the least inconve inconvenience
nience inconvenience to you. A shot interruption now will mean .more powef and more dependable ;

service for you in the future.,; ;

eta. PmaweM de VtMti !;

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SATURDAY, APRIL 23,' 1358
a:&nmizt:od';--MaIl'i'e8 .ToiBeat Baltimore

TBI PANAMA AMERICAN A.I IXDETEXDENT DAI1T NEWSPATEX

tditor: CONRADO SARCEANT

AM 925

National League
Teams',; 'j
Brooklyn r
Brooklyn v V
St.-Louis .
New York
Philadelphia
jpittsDurgn
Cincinnati 2 5 -'.886
TODAYS GAMES
Pittsburgh at Brooklyn
Philadelphia at New York
Chicago at Cincinnati
St. Louis at Milwaukee
YE$TERDAI'S RESULTS
Night Game .1'
Pittsburgh 100 010 0002 4 0
Brooklyn 400 020 0UV7 8 1
Kline l-D,;Swanson, Mungerj
ana jsjaviiz. r
Craig; (2-0) and Campanella.
Nlsht Game
Philadelphia 110 010 000-3 6 0
New York 030 002 OOx 5 8 1
Wehmeier (0-1)., Lipetrl anl
Semlnick.
Worthlngton (1-1) and Wes.
trura.
Ntaht Game
Chicago 000 202 000 4 8 I
Cincinnati 000 231 lOx 7 12 2
Meyer (0-1). Brosnan, TremeY
Davis and Landrith.
Klippsteln (l-l) and Bailey.
St. Louis at Milwaukee
Postponed (Rain)

cjW lf Pet GB
V: .' 2 U50
rvS 5.', .625 1
. i t .500 2

3.;4 .429 2Vi

3Vi

NOTICE TO

All sales and delivery service of our
BEERS and CANADA -DRY products,
will be suspended at all our plants on
May 1st
LABOR DIY:';
Please place your orders on time for

WE WILL

CERVECERIA NACIOMAL, S. A.

American League
Teams -V? AV'L Pet GB
uncago . i ; 5
New Vnrlr
1 833
3 .800 --4-
.558 ,1 'i
5 ..500 2
5 .375 3
5 .375 3
.333 Va
Cleveland ; ..5
Washington
Boston ...
Detroit .
Kansas City
Baltimore ..
1 .300 i 4
" TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Boston '
Baltimore at Washington'.
Cleveland at petroit ,-
; Kansas City at Chicago'
' '
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 010 020 0205 8 1
Boston 000 000 1012 6 3
Larsen (2-0) and Berra.
Brewer (1-1), Susce and White,
Daleyj ' , t ;
Cleveland 001 001 000 24 9 0
Detroit 000 000 110 1-3 9 0
Garcia, Mossl (1-0), Narles' j
and Averill, Hegan.
' Lary (0-2), Foytack and Houscv
i Kansas City 000 300 1037 12
Chicago 101 300 40x 9 13 3
Ditmar (1-1). Burtschy, Ilar-
rinston, Crimian and Astroth.
Pierce (3-0) and Lollar.
Vight Game
Baltimore 000 003 2005 9 t
Washington 020 030 21X 8 9 1
Besana, Held, Palica (0-3) ani
Smith.
Stone, Brodowskl, Grob (1-0)
and Courtney.
i ffiUtV l '-tit-
OPEN ON
2nd AS

delivery.

NATIONAL BREWERY INC

TELEPHONES
PANAMA:
COLON:

'Big Klii1 Benched
Because Of Poor
Physical Condition
CINCINNATI, O., April 28

(UP) Manager Birdie Tebbetts
of the Cincinnati Redlegs yester
day benched big Td Kluszewski
because the star first baseman
was out'of physical condition, t
Tebbetts said he also was tw twin?
in? twin? rookie outfielder Frankie
Robinson out of the lineup of
last nights opener of a four four-game
game four-game series with the Chicago
Cubs. 0.'-;f-V-vv-,;
"Through no fault of his own,
Kluszewski is about eight pounds
overweight and the extra pound-
age Has handicapped him," Teo-
Deug earn. we u try 10 gee cut
of our losing spell with George
Crowe playing first base.
Kluszewski, who Tilt 47 home
runs for the Redlegs last season,
went lam In his left hln at the
beginning of spring training and
was una Die 10 tram properiy.
Bantam Ben Hogan
Ends Retirement,
To Play In Open
NEW YORK. April 27 (UP)
The U.S. Golf Association an announced
nounced announced yesterday that Ben Ho-
Tan has entered the 1956 Nation
1 Open Golf Tournament in
quest of an unprecedented fifth
hampionshlp.
Hogan's entry arrived at
U.S.G.A. headquarters in the
mornln? mail, executive secre
tarv Joe Dev announced. The en
try contained only the required
fee with no other message. As a
recent former Open champion,
Hogan is exempt from qualifying.-
.
The National Open Tourna-I
ment will be held this year at
Rochester, N.Y., June 14 to' 16.
Hogan, who won the open In
1948, 1950, 1951 and 1953, an announced
nounced announced last year that he did
not plan to enter the tourna tournament
ment tournament again. However, there had
been reports for the past few
months thai Hogan would come
out of "retirement" to enter a
few big events. He played In the
Masters Tournament at Augus-i

THE PUBLIC

WEDNESDAY, MAY
USUAL

2.2231 2-2233 2-2235
620 .' 600

I n vitatio

To Begin

Cuban Isaac; Lpgart Easily
Decisions Joe Miceli In N.Y.

cvoinncv w v in HI
281
manager
today
Ilia UVJ 10 WUI w
iterweight round-robln and
'vtA inna fk m In mlfji fti
wei-
has
the
Cuban's seventh straight victory
over Joe Miceli of New York.
j "Facll, facil," was 'the
way
1H
rouna icicviocq uu mv-.
i.k4 i. Via won an linan-
W ewant a fight with Carmen
ftasillo. Tony DeMarco, Vince
Martinez or the champion.
' John-
"But
11 0AW
they're tied tip In- a round
robin
we can i cracs.
an.u.u lm llnffl 111)
with
r i. I .hi) Da.IMn wants
re
turn bout" with Saxton," Mafua
S"how do we fight Into
that
Tk tiinr n.riniM nriii-.cit.
. who
onened a cut that required
..li.i... i ytrart'a rlrht
I two
teye,
said "It was t au.
. Be
won en low pwws.
yarned
iLosart for a low punch to
to the
sixth
round and the crowd of 1.
,529
hooed Lotart to the end-of
the
fight. i-
to
irmift fnnf t.n Miceli and
one
even, wniie juoKTs
mins ana uiuv muui --
seven rounds for Logart, two for
Miceu anu oiw evcii..
The United Press card agreed
Wiin rainier a.
ta na v earlier this month and
finished in a tie for ninth place.
Def said that 225 players have
iiicu viiuica iui biiu j
C.irrv Mlddlecoff. ; Ed FurzoL
Sam Snead, Doug Ford and Shel Shelley
ley Shelley Mayfleld are some ,. of the
other exempt players who hfcve
filed entries. The closing date
for entries is May 18. ;

rial Go I f

M Garribioa May lO

The Judges agreed only on the
fifth round for Miceli, a con converted
verted converted southpaw. It was in that
round that Miceli opened the cut
over .Logan s eye. ; r
Mlcell's most effective punch
In a "hit and ran ttick was
a left oppercut which he scot
ed frequently with in the
fourth, fifth and sixth rounds.
Logarf, wha started slowly,
warmed up in the seventh
round and took that tonnd and
Jthe next two on the cards of
all the tfnf officials. They al al-so
so al-so were unanimous In giving
the second and third to Lo-
The 23-year-old Cubans who
halls from former welterweight
champion Kid Gavilan'g home
town of Camaguey, weighed 146-
pounds while ; Miceli,: zi,
weighed 148. v. .. - v.
Mafust said Locart at 23 "is-a
much better fighter than Gavl
lan was at 25'or a."i' .j: f
Logart's only loss in his last
15 fights was to Virgil Akins, a
decision that was reversed in
a later fight. Legart has fought
54 times with 43 wins, 5 losses
and S draws. Of ,h's wins 18
came on knockouts, compared
to Mlcell's knockout record, of
23 in 80 flghU. MiceU has 48
wins, 25 losses and 1 draws, ..
T.nirnrt weavlno- and bobbing
rturinor in eariY rounas.- cuiiucu
h!m Mi st.t.arlc nn the midsec
tion during the last two rounds
with most oi me acuon iu"
the ropes. ..;.. I
Palmar -" atonned the lieht in
th. avventh tnwlM reaS8 irom
Logart's face and from -then n
th riihan wan thu t aecrCSSOr.
There1 were no knockdowns al
though Logan Wippea ne
fifth after Miceli threw a '-left
uppercut and rusnea U)gars; m
to.the ropes.
mi v
L
VRONC BASE Pittsburgh's
foby Atwell looks hke he's slid-;
ng in to break up a double
lay at second. Instead, he was
ut at first base as Hoyt WiU
elm, Giants' pitcher, No. 49,
covered the base and took : a
4row from Gail Harris, first
ftaseman. who fielded the ball.
CiamiSccrcsMVin
Over Mspb Lesls In
Wxa VnPV A nrtl 2(U(TTp
The Toronto Maple Leafs, who
started the current Internation
al League : season with five
straight victories, sunerea meir
third lruu in a row to the Miami
Marlins last nigh.
'Gene Snyder and Thornton
K'pper combined to -set the
Leafs down on six hits with
Snyder picking up the victory
In a 3-1 decision. Lynn Loven Loven-guth
guth Loven-guth went all the. way for the
losers and, was tagged for. 13
.Mi-,;-;;,;.., : v
' rh' TnrrliitP'" 1?ed aWtTicrs
rinnrnil th PnlumbUs Jets. 4-3-
f th Mtnrt at.ralcrht riav .with
,11 HI. " -"a
Ronnie Plaza's bases empty hom
er in the ninth providing me
edge. Dick Hand and sun Jok
snmtrAii f nr Roches t I
aatrv f
which moved Into first place.
Th 'Rnffaln TUsons Shut Out
h ai fionttji nf th Rlrhmnnri
J Virginians Thursday night,, took
it out on a quartet oi Kicnmuuu
hurlers for' an easy 10-2 victory
and wantr Whit tosseri a seven-
hit shutout to- enable the Mon
treal Royals to beat the Havana
Sugar Kings, 3-0, in other games.

Tourney

The Gamboa Golf and Country
Club today announced the first
golf tournament to be sponsored
by LucKy strlKe cigarettes on
the Isthmus. Qualifying rounds
will be played on May 10th, 11th,
uth or 13th. v
All golfers who are members
of an Isthmian Golf Club are
Invited to pars'clpate. It is ex expected
pected expected that over 200 will com compete
pete compete for one of the 128 posi positions
tions positions that will qualify in one
of the eight flights, each flight
consisting of 18 golfers.
' Silver prizes donated by Lucky
Strike consist of a medalist prize,!
and a winner and runner-un for
each flight. The prizes will be
on display at Sam, Friedman's
La -Mascota, Tivoll Avenue next
weea. -v.,;,
Some of the golfers who will
b shooting for the champion championship
ship championship of the tournament will be
Ray Barnes, winner of the re recent
cent recent rA.; Jim R ley, well
known low golfer; Anibal Ga Ga-lindo,
lindo, Ga-lindo, the golfing Brasos Club
man; Charlie MacMurray, Jai Jaime
me Jaime de la Guardia, Tony Jan Jan-kus,
kus, Jan-kus, Doe Mitten, Jack Smith,
the, golfing bank manager Bill
Schmidt, Jim Ridge, Marr
Chadwick, Al Corsale, J'm des
Londes, Sr. and many; others."
The local senior golfer of them
all, Harry Hart, will be In at attendance
tendance attendance to interpret rules of
the t-ame. Harriann nllt the
club manager, will be on hand
to make everyone comfortable.
Spectators can easily follow all
matches from the glubhouse ve-J
randa while sipping a cool one,
The course his been changed
ana lowered to a 70 par; The two
new 4-par holes, 5 and 18, are
still waiting- for the first eagle.
A bottle of refreshment"' is
waiting for the -one that does It
first. The course record, jonnny
MacMurray 's 65. U still untoucn
ed and remains a challenge to
the local men. : ; -i
A championship and seven
flights will be formed from the
18-hole medal play qualif 'ca 'cations.
tions. 'cations. The eliminations will be
match play and must be com completed'
pleted' completed' by I p.m. each Sunday.
Matches .may be indlvidnally
acrangeat but Official tee-off
ttm wVt b tj.n. each, gun-
The "finals Of -each fUghfc wlU
be nlayed on Jun 3. the cnam
pionship Finals will be 38 holes.
aU .other flights hoies.,
Further Information regarding
nlavers and points of interest of
the tournament will be published
later. i ,
Leaders
In The Majors
LEADING BATTERS
(Based en 23 official at bats)
. VSTIOTUAI. I.EARTTE
Hover. St Louis 8 30 8 IS .800
Sarni, St. Louis 7 28 4 12 .429
Lone; Pittsburgh 8 32 7 13 .406
Moon Rt. T.oul 8 30 7 12 .400
JablonskL CincL 8 30 7 11 .36
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Plaver and Club nb r h pet
Wertz. Cleveland 9 30 8 14 .467
Skowron, N.Y. 10 39 7 16 .412
Olson, Wash. 10 36 7 14 J89
ManUe. N.T. 10 37 '0 14 .378
Berra, New York 10 35 U 13 .343
HOME RUNS
JablonskL Cincinnati .. . .
nrra Yankee
Lone- Pirates ................ 4
Mantle, Yankees 4
(6 tied for fifth with J) r
RUNS RATTED IN
Berra. Yankees ............. .13
Mantle, Yankees W
JablonskL Redlegs
MuslaL Cardinals .;....
AvUa, Indiana,
' RUNS
vnst. Knatora . . .7. .'7.'. ..
Bauer, Yankees J2
nniiam. nodrera ....... ...... J
Mantle. Yankees ............ .1"
Berra, Yankees 9
HITS '
Skowron. Ysnkees ........ . 16
Boyer, cardinals .............
Wvrt.x Tnrilana .........14
Olson. Senators .......... .f-M
Mantle, Yankees
PITCHING J"
Pierce, White Sox .V. 3 0 1.000
(I lien wun ;
Torfo Fnconfo ; 20
-In Cinemascope!
R. Mllland J. Collins, In
"Qirl in the Red yelvet Swing"
' Plus: Claude Rains,' in 1
: THE PARIS EXPRESS"
Today IDEAL-' 20 .70
Jeff Chandler, In 'l
"SMUGGLER'S ISLAND"
- Richard Carlson in
"CREATURE FROM BLACK-LAGOON"

Nats Using? Nerve,

To Stay 1n
1 By .MILTON
" NEW YORK, April 28
Washington Senators, the
picked to wind up in the
again, were breezing along
mixing a little nerve with
The Senators are scrambling
but they're winning.
They won their third same in
the last four starts beating Bal Baltimore,
timore, Baltimore, 8-5. last nieht with the
aid of some fine relief pitching
oy Z3-year-oid rookie right-hander
Connie Grob and a daring
piece of base-runnino- that fig
ured In a decisive seventh inning
raiiy. . v;, -...
After the Senators, who beast
the youngest v club in the
league, blew a five-run lead
and allowed the Orioles to tie
the score, they started thej'r
winning rally in the seventh
with a single by Ed Tost.
Former Tale baseball cap captain
tain captain Dick Tettelbach attempt attempted
ed attempted to sacrifice and Baltimore
pitcher Erv Palica threw to
second base,. hitting 4he bag:
with h's throw.
Yost without stoDDins at third
went all the way home and Tet Tettelbach
telbach Tettelbach came around, to third
from where he scored on a sac sac-rifiee
rifiee sac-rifiee fly by 25-year-old Karl Olson.-
- r Y;. -
Grob, who came on the scene
in the seventh, held the Orioles
to one hit over the final, two-and-one-third
Innings and was
credited with his first Major
League victory. Jim Pyburn of
the Orioles hit the only homer
of the game. .. -j
The White Sox remained In
first place by outslugging -the
Athletics, 9-7. as southpaw Billy
Pierce went the distance for his
third straight victory.
Pierce was not his usual
sharp self, giving, np 12 hits,
including two homers by Har Harry
ry Harry (Suitcase) Simpson and one
each by Hector Lopei and BUI
Renna. v"
Minnio Mifioso led the White
Sox onslaught with a double and
a single which drove in three
runs. : Teammate Walt Dropo
homered,. The loser was Art Dit Ditmar,,
mar,, Ditmar,, who pitched a one-hitter
against th White Sox a week
ago. .'m,i 1 --
Bis Don Larsen. nltched a six-
hitter and aided his own cause
with a double and" a single in
leading the Yankees to a 5-2 de decision
cision decision over the Red Sox. In
handintr Boston Its fifth consec
utive setback, Larsen pitched his
way out of three jams, including
a bases-loaclerl, none-out situa
tion in. the first inn'ng.; Tom
Brewer went until the elehth
and was th loser. Elston How
ard homered off reliever George
Suscet Jr., irathe eighth Inning.
Boony A vua s two-run Hom Homer
er Homer with two nut n the 10th in inn'ng
n'ng inn'ng eff Frank Lary gave
Cleveland a, 4-3 victorr over
Detroit and stretched the In.
dians winning streak to four
straight games, : v
imt. ;m.;
WKEH IT'S AN

DISTRIBUTORS

GUAHD1A a CIA. S. A. ;
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PANAMA

First Division

RICIWIAN" V U
(UP)-Chuck Dressen'i
club most of the experts
American League .cellar
in fourth place today by
a lotof youth.

. Don Mossl pitched the-mlnth -inning
and wasthe -winner al although
though although he gave way to Ray Nar-'
leski in the bottom of the 10th
after v Earl .Torgeson homered
and Al Kaline and Harvey Kaenn
followed, with singles:- charged
with the .loss .was Frank .Lary.
Charlie Maxwell and Kaline al also
so also homered for Detroit while' Vie
Wertz connected for Cleveland.
In the National League last
night young Roger Craig
pitched a four-hitter and was .-added
added .-added by home runs by' Jackie
Robinson, Roy Campanella
. aad Gil Hodges as the Brook- s
lyn Dodgers beat the Pltts Pltts-burgh'
burgh' Pltts-burgh' PTates 7-2. Loser Ron-
nie : Kline 'Started his-ewa
downfall in the first inning
with two wild pitcher, wbtch
helped Brooklyn to- four runs.
- : C rr .'
A ix-hit pitching effort bv 'Al 'Allan
lan 'Allan Worthlngton. and a two-run
homer by Daryl Spencer in the
sixth Inning paced the Giants
to a 5-3' victory over th Phil Phillies.
lies. Phillies. worthlngton struck out
nine and walked only three' In
gaininsr his first Major LeRgue
triumph since the final week at
1953. Herm Wehmeier was the

loser. Xr VJt!. i
' Cincinnati sriajjped"'a'' four four-game
game four-game losing streak by defeating
Chicago, 7-4, despite two homers
by Walt Moryn which .'drove-in
four -runs. Johnny Kliopstein
went the" route for the Redlegs
and was furnished with the
winnimr margin when Id Bailejr
hit a three-run homer' off Russ
Meyer in the fifth. .
Rata washed but-the 'sched
uled game between Milwaukee
ana Hi. Jiiouu. -'.

Yesterday's Star Bobsy A A-vf
vf A-vf a, whose two-ran homer in
the 10th,. earned Cleveland
4-3 win OTer Detroit. . ; A

-'1 -"
...
r'i?
League
' A party will be held for the
Fastllch Teenage League Base,
ball players at the Jewish Wel Welfare
fare Welfare Board Monday at 8 p.m.
.' .'"
league president Leonard,
Brockman will present tro trophies
phies trophies to the champion aMcawa
and the. runnerup aPlomas. fi
"' oHt- dogs, hamburgers, ice
eream and soft drinks will, be
served. A film of the 1955
World Series wUl be shown,
i;i;JMCiM:
;::.V0U STAXTI
R. P."

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TZZ fASAMA AMZSICAU AN CTOLTEXDEXT DAILY KZWSf ATT2
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cji i rovjion tndsLona Yankee r unr i-6v successor o Gehnd

SATURDAY, APRIL It, 1331

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BEAUTIES If this big bast had to be caught. tt't nice being
landed by tuch a pretty young miss, casting in Lake Eloise,
Cypress Gardens, Fla, The fish didn't even put up a fight

JOE WILLIAMS

Br HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) The
Yankee Strong Boys Hank
Baur, Mickey Mantle, Yogi Berra
and Moose Skowron frighten e e-ven
ven e-ven Casey StengeL
"Imagine what that pitcher
feels like," says Professor Sten Stengel,
gel, Stengel, "when- he sees Mantle and
Berra and then that Showron.
Why, that Skowron has muscles
he's never even exercised."
This is Manager Steniel't way

of saying that William Joseph

Skowron, Jr., is the New Yore
Americans' first full-time snd en entirely
tirely entirely satisfactory first baseman
in IS years, or since the great Lou

uenng was seuea oy ms iaui iu iu-nest
nest iu-nest in 1938.

It seems inconceivable that a
aIhK n waHh eAtitAfti1 anil

ituu bu rr vatiuj y icovuivuut ua
rich in talent had to seek a player
of tuch a comparatively simple
position for so many years. It was
so easy before. Wally Pipp was
there for 10 years before Iron
Man Gehrig launched his 13-year
run and suil record 2,163 conse consecutive
cutive consecutive games. ; j
The Bombers have had 14 or
more fist basemen since. There
were Babe Dahlgren, Ed Levy,
Johnnny Sturm,. Buddy Hassett
and Nick Etten, the war baby.

Then came George MeQuinn,

Johnny Mize, Joe Collins and
Dick Kryhoski. In desperation.
Tommv Hcnrich. standout right

fielder, was converted into a urst

baseman.

if

:7V

CASEY AT THE BAT Joe Collin, left, teems to have heard Kail before! biit Yogi BerraTnext
to him, and Phil Hwzuto listen as Casey Stengel gives a batting lesson in the Yankees', dugout.

"! Mickey Mantle hits a couple of vitamin-packed hotners to
'start the season and this moves Casey Stengel to call the Yankee
Switcher the hardest hitter he ever saw. .."And I definitely give
r him a chance to break Ruth's record," the manager adds.
'- ied Williams hit's two doubles to left and a single to center
Wf Baltimore pitching, and as this implies the Red Sox slugger
has stopped -trying to overpower the shift against him, were
are speculative essays that he may be in for the greatest season
' Jackie Robinson made, good his promise to etarttht wason
aVtllird tuse for the Brooks, and thereby keeps Randy Jackson,
Obtained rn trade with this position in mind, on the bench, ana
this inspires lyrical tribute' to his competitive fire.
Now, it certainly is not the intention of this depuUnent to
challenge Mantle to beat Ruth's 80, or to argue that WilUams

hasn t a possiDie cnance to surpass u .ww vi w t

However, I contena inai m uruer yiuirenj i --
...w t it.miintj nH nprfnrmances it is necessary to

minn cireumsUnces. (b) background, and (W directly-

On haVdoes Stengel basf his belief that Mantle may tojt
the Babe's 801 On the act that he has developed more re re-strtint
strtint re-strtint at the plate and as a consequence ts not triking out
so often? 'This could help. Mt the Babe vent down swinging
many times, as all power hitters must.,
Mantle's home-run total for the four years he's been In i more
- than 100 games is 108. Over a corresponding period Ruths was
167. You can't expect as much from boys as men. ;
, I imagine the first thing the average jbaseball fan would
ay upon being told that Williams is now hitting to the oppo oppo-ite
ite oppo-ite field ta- rebuttal to the shift is.: 'Well, it took him a heck
of a long time to get smart." .. ' '.,
. And that it didrAs even the choir boys inj Monaco must
know, Lou Boudreau,' then managing Cleveland, devised the
shift some years ago; he moved the shortstop, second baseman
and outfielders around to the right to present a massed de defense
fense defense against Williams' natural power In that direction. :
. Sfi ; .- ti . : r t '., '- -; t . K
An Old Pappy Guy
- Naturally1 it was useless against the home run, but lt' tppk
a sizable number of hits away from the Boston star he wouldn t
have lost if the defense had been normally deployed. Neverthe Nevertheless,
less, Nevertheless, out of pride or mulishness, he continued to buck it, and
' presently it was standard around the league -v;.-.-,..
The Cards used it when they beat the Red Sox in the
World Series; they held Williams to a 200 batting average and
four or five hits, all singles, if memory's on the ball .-
The Series went the full distance and it seems credible the
Red 503 would have won if Williams had endeavored, to exploit
the undefended leftside of the field. . J
As a matter of fact, he's been hitting to left and center for
the past season or so, but not as fixed proposition. That, he
was able to hit as well as he did in the face of the foolishly self self-imposed
imposed self-imposed handicap was added testimony to his remarkable talent
as a hitter, even if it added nothing to his stature as a thinker
Williams' big job from now on will be to stay in one piece piece-Be
Be piece-Be has the looks and labored actions of an old player these days,
and, of course, he will be 38 in October. Both Ty Cobb and Tris
Speaker were' .330 hitters when they were in their 40s. Curious Curious-lyi
lyi Curious-lyi they seemed to have younger reflexes then than Williams
does nowi They hunted more during the off season and kept
their legs in better shape. Perhaps that explains it.

Forced Into Shape

: Evert if Randy Jackson doesn't get in a ball game heU still still-be
be still-be a bargain for the Brooks, for he's the fellow who made Rob Robinson
inson Robinson get in shape. ... i
Before Ihe season opened, RoblnSon told reporters: I knew
what .they (the club) were up to when they got him. They were
going to get rid of me." ; . a
In shape. Robinson is a better player than Jackson, and it
' follows the Brooks are stronger when he't n the line-up. f
This, Robinson was determined to prove, and proceeded to
to by reporting with less excess lard than he's carried for years.
f If he's due praise for the tenacious way he fought back in
this Instance he must also take the rap for negligence in past
"""as matters stand now, the more forbidding Jackson looms as"
a threat, the more cautiously Robinson will watch his weight
. .an odd and interesting situation in which the Brooks can't
possibly lose.

In the mood for lata fun? ;
then drop In at our popular
CLUB 4;30
mldnite to 4:30 r..m.
every FRIDAY & SATURDAY
in the BALBOA BAR .

Featurinr
RAY COX and bis
. TRIO EL ARR..NQUE ;
informal, friendly atmosphere atmosphere-ask
ask atmosphere-ask Ray to play your
favorite music. r
Nightcap "on-the-house" -at
4:30 ajn. f

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'V.

i!siv. i fas

f r '' J,

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Moose Skewrta

The front office made deals for

first sackers which brought in,

among othersJohnny Hopp, uon
Bollwee and Eddie Robinson. The

board of strategy couldn't make
up its mind as to whether Gus
Triandos was a catcher or first
baseman, tried the San Francisco

Greek at the latter position..
' Stengel's reputation, as a pi

tooner largely was based on the

first base problem. ,; ;
..
MaVino the Skowron a t A r v

mn uniitusl 1 that the bit Pol

ish lad from Weber High, on Chi Chi-ciirn'i
ciirn'i Chi-ciirn'i Mnrthwest aide, slaved no

more than 25 games of sandlot

hard ball before matriculating at
Purdue, where he went on a foot

ball scholarship. There was no

hhll it Wfhrr Hiffh. n Skew.

Iron, like Tommy Jienrich before.

him, is a product oi sonoau.

It itldn't take the Yankees long

to catch young Skowron once he
was exposed to public view. He
played only against the varsity

at a irenman. dui wnen ne maae
to hit in 40 times at bat in- 10

games at a sophomore, scoutt

Burleigh unmes ana joe ucuer-

mott threw a net over mm.

That made every Boilermaker
alumnus and undergraduate very
mad because it deprived Stu Hol Hol-comb
comb Hol-comb of a terrific halfback.
Skowron preferred third base.

but the Yankees tried him In the
outfield for two years on 1 the

farms until convinced that be was

a now tudee of a fly ball.

' Skowron would have made it e e-ven
ven e-ven bigger with the Yankees last

year had he not torn a muscle

la us duuock aner getting on
at a sizzling .420 batting pace. He

was out 32 days, n

When the Yankees had finished
mopping up the Red Sox in their
first series at borne this' spring.

Moose Skowron was batting -M2.

The Yankees at long last have

a first baseman capable of going'

all the way smacking the ball

for magnificent distance against

all kinds of pitching.

f.lastfr Your Game ... No. 12
Blade At Right Angle

By JACKIE BURKE
Master of the Matters -Written
for NEA Service

REGARDLESS of variations,

keep tna Diade of the putter ex

actly at right angle to the line in

which you want the ball to travel

: Whether .you hold the putter

more in the handt or the lingers,
this angle can be best established
by pointing the thumbs directly

uowu tne.shaft.

I prefer the reverse overlap

hold, in which the index finger of

the left hand overlaps two fingers

of the right. Some excellent put

ters overlap just the little ; finger.
Others overlap all the way to the

middle linger. . ;

These variations have about as
much to do with the way you putt

as tying the shoelaces has to do

with the way you walk, r v

' Since the shoulders detemine
the path, of the clubhead, and this
in turn determines the direction of

the ball, it matters little where

you place your feet i
They must be spread only wide

Little League
iirrife'' LIFEUNERS HONORED

enough to support the weight

conuonaoiy witnout body mo-tion.'-
,
If this )s t vard anart. thit'i

fine. If it's only an inch, that's all

NEXT: Regardless of how far
apart the feet are in putting, the
ball muxt be flayed midway be be-'
' be-' tweea them.

Women's

Softball League
DIPAL GIRLS WIN ISTHMIAN

SERIES AT MT. HOPE
On Wednesday nlRht at Mt.
Hope stadium, the Alfredo Ale Ale-man
man Ale-man Jr. Softball champions.- of
the Pacific Women's Softball
League, defeated the Rowe
Wrens of Rainbow .City, by the
score of 8-i.
. Nora Best of the Wrens pitch pitched
ed pitched an interesting game, while
Genevieve McLure, the La Boca
Hlsh School girl, went the dis distance
tance distance for Aleman. j r;:
This was the second defeat
suffered by the lrls from the

Atlantic Side Giscomb Invad Invaders
ers Invaders who dropped the first game

on Monday night by a score of
12-. The second came von by

the Panama champs gave them

the Isthmian championship, and

the trophy donated by Alfonso

Oiscombe prominent Colon busi
nessman.

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Kobbe Lille Lifelinert, were honor-
ed guests at the Fort Kobbe Of-1
ficersClub last night. Seated atl'
the table with the guests of honor

of

News Of The

the two military establishments onl

the West Bank, Capt. and Mrs.li
William B. Tucker of Rodman and I
Cnl nA Un DnhArf IT PnfOA A

Fort Kobbe. Also present to do hon

or to a fine ball club were Lt. col

Simmons, Executive. Officer of Fort

Kobbe and other high ranking of officers
ficers officers of the command.

After the lad guests been treat treated
ed treated to dinner, Lt. James Tomlin,
manager of the Little Lifelinert,
addressed a few words to the
boys and guests and called apea
Colonel Coffee to present the in

aividual trophies aao aeoau

to the champs. '- -

- I

At the conclusion of the presen presentation,'
tation,' presentation,' Col. Coffee expressed his
aljktai kf tha Mannnii M nrki(h

tha Little Lifelinert had played and1!

won and thanked the parents fori!

their enthusiastic support, which he I

lermea "one oi me nigniignu oi l
his service on the Isthmus.'' II
Cant. Tucker. President of the I.

Armed Forces Little League, prait-

V

ed the team for its success and

congratulated the boys on behalf
of the league and the other teams, I
utitinif that the Little Lifelinert

had all the elements necessary for

success and that every Doay was
happy that they had won.
Col. Phillips then took the floor
and singled out IX Tomlin for
high praise. He told of the out-'
standing manner in which Lt. Tent
tin had instilled in the boys the
highest principles tf sportsman sportsmanship,
ship, sportsmanship, honor and courage. The

guests applauded long and loud
at the conclusion of Coi, Phil

lips' speech.

utt

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ue-xaieiiner wacs nay, nei-'i

lar third baseman was selected by I
Lt Tomlin to present the cham-.'

pionship trophy to Col. Coffee.
Walter C. Watson, upon request

nf the Kobbe manager, outlined

the preliminary plans that are atl
present being worked on for theli

1954 tournament of the franchized
little leagues on the Isthmus. Upon
congratulating the Little Lifelinert
he stated that after Curundu had
held the championship for the first

four years. West Bank had finally!

been able to wrest it from, them'

and that the West Bank team didn't l

feel too badly about losing this J

year as their Army cousins on the)
West Bank had again brought the'l
trophy to that side of the Canal. II
The enjoyable evenini honoring I

these youngsters came to a close1!

RAFFLE

CARTA VIE J A
CONTINUES TO PAY

Prizes lor April 29th:

$200.00 (Accumulated)
1 20 0 0 (Accumulated)
1 1 0 8 0 a 0 0 (Accumulated)

TOTAL.;. $1,400.00

before I p.m.

I

. OPERATION AIRED.
WEST' NEWBURY, : Mass -(UP)
Alcide Bergeron, 40, gave

his friends a "sutch-by-stitch" ac-l,
count of his operation. Bergeron,!!
who underwent surgery for an ab-il

dominal ailment, is a "ham short
wave radio operator. He rigged a
portable set at hit bedside and
flashed out daily and hourly re re-portso
portso re-portso f his recuperation.-

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"Let the people know the truth and the country is tafe Abraham Uncoln.

(NEA Telephoto)

RIOT BREAKS OUT AT BALL PARK An usher (center) stands with arms folded as a sign
of neutrality as Negro and white students battle it out in Municipal Stadium, Kansas City,
Mo., after a brief race riot broke out following the Kansas City-Detroit "High School Day"
baseball game. Nearly 1,000 students engaged in the brawl that lasted for 10 minutes beldre
police halted it. There were ntf serious Injuries reported. ,

Rosenbergs; Deliberately lChpse?Myrd
For Cause. Of World Communism-Fellow Spy

31st TEAS

PANAMA, R. SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 195ft

nvx cents

Poor Pay, Poor Mousing, High Prices

Keeping US Airmen From Career Ideas

WASHINGTON, April 28 (UP) fight to stay in service where they 'sides the need for skilled person-

Gen. Curtis E. Lemay said today
the most critical problem confron confronting
ting confronting his Strategic Air Command is
a "considerable" shortage of skil skilled
led skilled fliers to man the nation' globe globe-girdling
girdling globe-girdling bombers. t

WASHINGTON, April 28 (UP) Greenglass,' 34, now serving V Julius Rosenberg urged him to

Convicted atom spy David Green-, 14-year prison term for supping attend college. ,

class said yesterday, that his sw- atomic secrets to the Rosenberg He Quoted Rosenberg as sa:

ter and brother-in-law Ethel ami spy ring, said ne nas at tunes iwe nussians wouia pay .nis ex ex-Julius
Julius ex-Julius Rosenberg, deliberately be- been sorry he gave the testimony penses in order to increase .his

came martyrs tor me compit--..inai neipea to sena me nosen-. comacu among aiomic scientist.

ly erroneous" cause of

Communism. .. f
The former Army machinist
, told the Senate Internal Securi Security
ty Security subcommittee that such mar martyrdom
tyrdom martyrdom is-"the most hypocriti hypocritical
cal hypocritical thing 'a person ,cn, do.'?

Mass Marriage Seen
As Answer To Kelly

w o r 1 d bergs to the electric chair in 1953.

"These were my flesh anal
blood. .1 felt affection for them,"
he aid. haltingly. i t
But he added that the Rosen Rosenbergs
bergs Rosenbergs "could have stopped me at
any time if they had told their
story... but they .refused.
, Greenglass, who said he told the
FBI "the whole' story" of his spy
activities upon bis arrest in 1950,
told how his mother visited Ethel
in Sing Sing Prison an begged
her to follow his example.
"You're not my mother,'' ha
quoted hi sister,: as replying.
"Leave I don't want anything
more to do with you. You're as

bad as Dave.

Ho also told a special Senate

Armed Services subcommittee that
the U.S. Air Force reached its
peak of technical proficiency in
1951 and "has been falling away

ever since." On the other hand, he
iUm tin : (it-a, (mfkrAliinft

yjnj their technical skills. ,;

-The hearing also brought out

that officers in the Soviet Air Force

are better paid than their Ameri-

get special benefits.

OTHER. PROBLEM EXIST

Lemay said the strategic
arm has "other problems"

air
be-

Fl. Sherman Airstrip

He sa d Rosenberg told him he Cl counterparts. Unlike U.S. air-

as neiping several sucn at u-m.. Lm,v said. Soviet fliers

' BLENHEIM, Ontf April 28
(UP Six confused and excited
members of a Dutch, immigrant
family marry fellow Hollanders to today
day today in the biggest one-family af affair
fair affair in modern Canadian history.
"This is our answer to the Grace

of 15 who will lose four of. h 1 1 f ve4 a 30 30-dauchters
dauchters 30-dauchters and two sons from the

wax

dents

Unmarked Veterans' Graves.
To Be Marked By Local FEV A

Because a survey showed" that
more than 50 percent of the veter veterans
ans veterans graves at Mt. Hope -and Coroz-

ai cemeteries were unmarked,

family firm outsiae oi town ;:&t5lVin Iwimaii

- Almost 90 newsmen, uuuwsi iir ..-. MM ,tmi lh-

hoft.r; 'w Juliu Ronberg became bis
riCt fJImrw. y sh0 i"mentor" in Communism and re re-of
of re-of Lake Erie.. t ..

But many of them won't be a- He said that In June 145. he

ble to fit into St.; Mary s Roman
Catholic Church for the mass wed-i

dine. The aisle will be crammed

- i ... ti members of the Federal Employ Employ-Greenglass"
Greenglass" Employ-Greenglass" story was a repeti-v.,.n.,. i ,i

Harry uoio. uoia, wno. .

30-year semence, aisoi vvvk i..nh.n ..i ....nim.

is servum ins icjiu ui ucwuuuit,

usly at a meeting yesterday to un

dertake a complete survey of vo

v. fwiiu' ....... .-J .......

er markers for those which nave

with the six Dorssers and the six

Dutch Canadians they are marry marrying,
ing, marrying, besides six best men, four
bridesmaids and three flower
frirlx. ;

There is a festive air about the nism began to crumble in

town today. Church officials said,wnen he realized that he

there would be standing room on

ly by the "time the 150 family
friend of the Dorer -d their
spouses were accumulated.

aave Cold, courier for the ring,

diagrams of the high-explosive
lens molds that were the heart
of one type atomic bomb. He
said he also furnished a list of
20 or 25 possible spy recruits a
mong scientists at Los Alamos.

He said his belief in commu-

1945

was

SUNDAY. APRIL 29

HIGH
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LOW

12:17 am

IZ:34 a.m j

stealing secrets for "devastation

nn a trpmpnrinus scale."

"There came a point where 1
couldn't overrule what was star staring
ing staring me in the face," he said.
. "Every belief I had had to bo
re-examined. I realized I had to
run. I tried every way I could
to get out from under this en:
tanking web."

He said after he left the army,

no gravestones. This they said
would be done on all the unmRrk unmRrk-ed
ed unmRrk-ed graves unless family or close
friends had specifically., requested
that no gravestone or marker be

placed on a particular grave.
The report that SH percent of the
veterans graves at the two Can

al Zone cemeteries were unmarked,
was given by post' commander John

ryrczak who felt that it was not
just for the veterans to be buried
and forgotten:
.Pyrczak also said it is not al always
ways always the fault of the family, rela

tives or close friends of deceased

veterans that the grave is not

properly posted with a marker or

a gravestone. As many of the fam

ilies, relatives and close friends

will send duplicate copies to any
person interested. ."s ; -Members
of the post are avail

able to aid interested parties fill

out application and. will forward
them through proper channels for
action.? :. .
Upon notification of the arrival
of the stone at the freight houses
on the Canal Zone the stone will

be picked up by Ground and Maint Maintenance
enance Maintenance Employes and delivered to

tne proper cemetery wner ft will

be set up properly without any

cost to the applicant, v
Goefhals Posl Holds
Loyally Day Program

The Gen. George W. Goethals

Post No. 3835 of the Veterans of

Foreign Wars of the U. S. w i 1 1

hold the dedication of their post
colors and a Loyalty Day ob observance
servance observance at their Post Home in
Cocoli.at 5 p.m. tomorrow, it was
announced by Post v Commander

Sol J. Kaplan. Short talks will be
given by distinguished 1 visitors

and awards will bo made.

After the awards are present

The Ft. Sherman airstrip, ded dedicated
icated dedicated last ; week, will be opened
for business today. '.-

The atrip, 2,700 feet lonz. was

officially opened last Friday when
Mj. Gen. Lionel C. McGarr and
Col. A. G. Elegar USARCARIB
G-3, congratulated 1st. Lt. Antho Anthony
ny Anthony G. Dempster on the lengthen lengthening.
ing. lengthening.
Lt Dempster, together with the
men of the 26th Engineers (Com (Combat),
bat), (Combat), from Ft. Clayton, a d d e d
1,200 feet onto the strip. As a re result
sult result it can- now handle two-engined
airplanes.
. The operation, nearly. 60 days
long, was a training exercise for
the engineers. Beiidei Lt.
Dempster, 2d Lt. D. G. Allen
helped project direction and M M-Sgt.
Sgt. M-Sgt. Cecil T. McCoy served as
construction foreman. :
It was a lot work, in fact 58,

000 man-hoursall of tnem 1 ac accident
cident accident free. And the project was
finished on schedule... ' t

Now. with the freshly-painted

strip markings dry, planes' thatr

previously had to land at France
Field can utilize the Sherman

strip. This is especially valuable

Inel. But he said he believes it can

make the "most gain" by putting
first emphasis on the personnel
problem. ,;

Sen. Henry M. Jackson (D (D-Wash.),
Wash.), (D-Wash.), who with other Democrats
insists that SAC could use more
planes, quickly pointed out that
Lemay was not, saying be could
not use more aircraft. Subcom

mittee Chairman Stuart Syming Symington
ton Symington (D-Mo.) took a similar tack. J
Lemay agreed that "we do have
other problems equipment wise
and base-wise." But he confined

today's testimony to manpower
nrohlems and will return Monday

to answer other questions after
checking security considerations

with tha Defense Department

Lemay and Brig. Gen. Horace

Wade. SAC nersonnel chief. ulus

trated their manpowef problem
with multicolored charts.. Lemay
said they showed that unless more
men make a career of the A i r

Force, "we are not going to be able

to man the aircraft we nave.

free tobacco and, in addition, "a

50 per cent discount at every store!

and restaurant in Russia."

in the

of deceased veterans do not know Bovie '"", M.agic Bond'

k. .ki.. .u- t c ..... wui oe snown. r ouowma. mis. re.

mmatd has set un uT reear'ds to!frsnment wiU be rvl- The ceived by Governor John S. Sey-
havtag a headstone or vestoneicombined ceremonies will be bold from Basil O'Connor, Presi Presi-navuK
navuK Presi-navuK a neaasione or a gravestone .... ..... .m. mu 1 . u.sn.i v.,tAtinn

ort of operabom of

Warfare Training Cen-

the Jungle
tr

Over 100 men from A Compa

ny, Headquarters company ana

service company took part in tne

work, which involved bl a 1 1 i n g
stone from a quarry, tearing

PC Employes, Units
Gol Commendations
From Gov. Seybold
Commendations from Gov. John
S. Seybold have been received by

employes and Panama Canal u-

nits having a part in the overhaul

of Gatun Locks this year for the
high degree of efficiency on the

job and the excellent safety rec record.::
ord.:: record.:: ':. e, r
The overhaul of the Atlantic
Locks was completed early this
week and normal traffic .schedules
were resumed in the Canal. The
big job was finished about three
weeks ahead of schedule. ; There
were only seven lost-time acci accidents
dents accidents during the overhaul this
year, none of which was of a se

rious nature. This was about half

the number of any previous over-

In the Governor's memorandum

tot all concerned with the 1956 o-

verhaul. he said that he had sev

eral opportunities of viewing the
overhaul and was .f'pleased with

the planning, rpogress and work work-the
the work-the planning,' progress and work-

"l wisn to commend eacn em

ploye for the part ho has played

in maaing me weruaui a u c
cess." the Governor said. "With

out the combined efforts of the

Locks, Navigation,. Industrial, En
eineerint. Storehouse.' Mainten

ance, and Motor Transportation
Divisions, and the Health,. Person Personnel,
nel, Personnel, Supply and Employe Service,

ana tne uvu, Anairs Bureaus,

, (NEA Telephoto)
NAMED Murray, Chotiner i
(above), 'Los Angeles lawyer i.
and Vice President Nixon's -campaign
manager In several
elections, : reportedly received
a $5,000 feel for professional
services from the A-C Cloth-,
ing Co. of New Jersey In 1953.
The charge, was made by ac accountant
countant accountant Murray KSmrnel; as
he testified before the Senate Senate-Investigating
Investigating Senate-Investigating Subcommittee.

TRAINED MEN LEAVE

Wd said the chief problem is

the rapid turnover in young offic

ers and skilled enlisted men. SAL
lost an estimated 750 million dol

lars last year as a result of train-

Mi men lei vine the service. Dur

ing the period, it lost 1,900 officers

and 35,800 airmen, mosuy v wan
r.mvinff civilian lobs.

To help solve this proDiem, Lie-

may and Wade recommended a

five-poing program: pay increas

es, adequate family bousing, com

plete medical care ior aepenaems,
cheaper prices at commissaries,

ml ariiifatinnil heneflts.

Lemay testified ihat fRussia is
making a kind of "elite" corps out

of its Air Force, i i

A Russiari Air Torce captain Sifh nv,.i.iUi toaA ot have been

salary, Lemay taid. is Siy comDleted with the high, degree of

uc W::; .i efficiency and safety the job at-

AT. HEARING f Uniform
tnaker Herman Kravitz of At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic City., NJ... turns, down
a chance to deny- to. the Se'n -ate
Investigating Subcommit
tee in Washington, that hC
bribed government officials
The contractor Invoked the
Fifth Amendment on most ;
questions put to him by tha
- subcommittee.

Hnuin a tntat nf ui hiiilffinM and higher than a

iKinir si' nirM nf heivT Miiio- Lemsv said the Soviet airman al

ment, so gets free food, free uniforms,

Canal Zone Red Cross Helpers
Receive Letter Of Applause

A letter of appreciation for the I The President of the

suDDort aiven in the 1956 March

of Dimes campaign has been re

i

r 1 Mla

thhay Am ir shI..:

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y

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V-:; V -'J ... :
ROYAL V' j "f
BEAUTY...' V ' V. I
afraid A -. AfvmjfmJ f
ollo"!'"r- -! r
1 V j The KlbS
"iui L0YE STORY OF A PRINCESS! ik
Grace Aec touis
' KELLY:GUINNESSJOURDAN 1
' Ant, '.-Jens Htm tnat ''iaf '"'
:.:'L KOOBEHEJID -UWDIS -AHEKHE &
j;.OLL-MOD-PARKSi

placed on a departed veteran's

grave. ".

The government will furnish, free

ot cnarge. a gravestone or mark

er for any honorably discharged

veteran if someone closely know knowing
ing knowing the veteran fills out the nec-

cessary form which comes in dun-
i u' l i i

utaie ana wmcn is issued ior tne

specific purpose. The stones are;

available in the following categori categories.
es. categories. An upright marble headstone.

flat marble marker, flat granite

marker or a bronzi marker. The
following information is necessary

to fill out the application the de-

ceasea veterans enlistment date.

discharge date, serial no., rank,

orancn of service and organiza organization,
tion, organization, name in full, date of birth,

open to tne-public, children ae

companied' by parents are also
welcome.
A11 regular members are" re

quested to be in the uniform of I

the Veterans of Foreign Wars.
The department of the Canal
Zone Loyalty Day committee of
the Veterans- of Foreign Wars an announces
nounces announces the following radio
broadcasts -will be made to help
publicize Loyalty Day. On Sun Sunday
day Sunday .at 11;15 a.m. on. Station
HOG, Post Commander S. J. Ka Kaplan
plan Kaplan of 3S35, Cocoli, will give a
talk titled "Renew Your Citizen Citizenship".
ship". Citizenship". Post Commander Ralph
W. Zachary tf 3822, Curundu,
will speak on "Loyalty, Today
anil Tnmorrnw" : al K-fM n m

date of death, nearest freight sta-, Monday on CFN.-The last broad broad-tion,
tion, broad-tion, signature of applicant ind cast will be by Commander Ka Ka-date.
date. Ka-date. i i plan at 6:15 p.m. Tuesday, over
The FEVA Post .No. 17, Cristd- CFN. His theme will be "Why
bal,,has applicatiops on hand and: Loyalty Day?".

dent of the National Foundation

for Infantile Baralysis, Inc.
In announcing receipt of the let letter,.
ter,. letter,. Governor Seybold said the
people of the Canal Zone under the
volunteer leadership of J a ra e s.
Marshal, who has led the March
of Dime locally for the past sever several
al several years, can well be proud of
their record in supporting this
worthwhile national program over
a period of a quarter century.1
"We can rest assured," he said,
"that tha money contribured here
has served to relieve pain
this disease as well as to aid in
research .which has finally devel developed
oped developed a potent weapon against po polio
lio polio which promises to eliminate it
as a threat to public heath. I join
with Mr, O'Connor in expressing
gratitude to the many exmployes
in the Canal organization who have
assisted so materially in this pro program
gram program with no purpose except to
aid a humanitarian cause."

Paralysis Foundation wrote,
part, as follows:

"With the conclusion of the 1956;

March of Dimes, an additional

tained, nor could Canal, traffic

have been handled witn as tew
delays as were experienced."

One-Lone Traffic
Oyer Keyes Road
Starts On Tuesday

. 1Tv Hnd tn (?itnn will h

Infantile irestricted to single-lane vehicular

ln,.ffi th intT!f("tinn with

the main line of the Panama

Railroad from 8:30 a.mv to 3 p.

m. next Tuesday, it nas oeen an

chapter' in the glorious history otinounced by the Engineering and

the National. foundation nas Deen Construction Director.

completed-a chapter that tells A -jmilar single-lane traffic

the story -of -another auccesswi restriction will be imposed Thurs Thurs-campaign
campaign Thurs-campaign and of high esteem .in da May from 8:30 a m to 3
which the American public holds1-'' traffic using the short

this great oraanization of ours

"And the, fact that the National!
Foundation stands today at the ve very
ry very pinnacle of success is no acci accident.
dent. accident. Thousands and thousands of
devoted volunteers have worked
tirelessly to achieve for their orga organization
nization organization this position of eiminence.
Many, such as yourself, have been
particularly outstanding in p e r r-forming
forming r-forming distinguished service 0 0-ver
ver 0-ver along period of time.
"I take this occasion at the con conclusion
clusion conclusion of the 1956 March of Dimes
to express once again my deepest
gratitude to you for the impor important
tant important part you have played in mak making
ing making the National Foundation such
a truly unique and outstanding or organization."
ganization." organization." x--

Hieh-tracks

bridge separating Bolivar
way from the main line
in Gatun. i x '...'..

The restrictions are nec.essary

tn nermit the Railroad Division

to make needed repairs to the
roadbed and planking at. the

crossing, and effect maintenance

work to the bridge planking.

May 17 Itemed Delo
For l!e7 College' ;

Qualification Tesl
A special Selective Service Col College
lege College Qualification test win he held
Thursday, May ;1T, in-' Room 313
of the Canal Zone Junior College
building for those' students v who

were unable to take the regularly

scheduled tests given November 17,
1955, and April 19.
Applications for the test,' which
will be conducted tinder the super super-vision
vision super-vision of Dean Roger C. Hackert,
must be postmarked not later than
midnight May 7. -'
The special test will pe administ administered
ered administered by Science Research Associa Associates,'
tes,' Associates,' Inc., of Chicago,; which has
established approximately, 1,000
testing -centers at colleges and u u-niversities
niversities u-niversities throughout the United
States, and in Alaska;, the Canal
Zone; Hawaii and Puerto Ttico.
In order to be eligible to apply
for the special test, a student need
not have applied for one of-, the
previous tests. The applicants for
the special test will receive 'as 'assistance
sistance 'assistance in filling out their applica application
tion application cards from the local Selective
Service board clerks. '-"

Teacher; Proves There's Hope For -Mathematical Dunces
With Public Display In Balboa High School Building

To some people the study of
mathematics is as easy as eating
apple pie (cut in precise geome geometrical
trical geometrical wedges of course) but to the
majority it is a deep dark mys mystery
tery mystery on which no ray of light ever
shines, '.' ,.
In Balboa High' School "these
days there is new hope for the ma mathematical
thematical mathematical dunces as well as-a
new field of endeavor open for
those who like the stuff.
These lucky people' are the stu students
dents students who are studying algebra
and geometry with Mrs. Frances
Graham, a math teacher who' be believes
lieves believes that figures are alive.
- Proof that her methods of teach teaching
ing teaching mathematics are really work working
ing working can be seen by the mathema mathematics
tics mathematics display, one of the first of its
kind here, which is now set up in
the lower halls of the Balboa High
School building. R will be open for
public inspection through next Fri Friday.
day. Friday. : Tht display is a practical da-;;
monstration of the use of algebra
and atomatry m business, art,
sports, and everyday life. It in

cludes everything from formal .making the preparations for the
graphs and charts to clothing dt- exhibit. : .r
sign, cartooning, and pattry, I Quoting the description written

Those among the 100 or so alge- by Misa Jacobs, Professor Begla

bra and geometry students, who
are mathematically inclined, have

arranged exhibits based on the pur purer
er purer forms of the science while 'those
not so interested have translat translated
ed translated their favorite subjects or hob hobbies
bies hobbies into mathematical lingo.
There is one exhibit, for inst instance,
ance, instance, showing the use of geometry
in baseball, football and tennis. An Another
other Another shows the use of geometry
in material desieh and still another

used his knowledge of history to

make a comprehensive chart trap
ing the history of the science of
mathematics. One .display .ia .a
group of portraits of famous mathe mathematicians
maticians mathematicians done in charcoal by Jer Jerry
ry Jerry McGriff, a high school junior.
Those visiting the exhibit are
met at the entrance by a mathe mathematical
matical mathematical man named professor A.
R. Begla. The professor is the
brain child of Miss Diane Jacobs.

president of the Mathematics Club,

coming to the Canal Zone, she
taught mathematics in New Jersey-

"claims a very unique distinction,
inasmuch as he is a 'perfect, and

very exact gentleman.'. He toler tolerates
ates tolerates none of the human frailties
in his makeup but demands mathe mathematical
matical mathematical perfection. ;r ; v
"f very earl of his manly physique

has been determined by means of
an algebraic equation, some of
which, I confess, were quite ter

rific. .-,',
; Miss Jacobs explains that the
canter ef the professor belt hue hue-kle
kle hue-kle is the Origin for her graph
and lets the visitor figure out for
himself the scale she used.
Mrs. Graham is a native New
Yorker; and was graduated from
Hunter College and Columbia U U-niversity.
niversity. U-niversity. For a number of years
she was employed in New York
as a statistical expert with engi engineering
neering engineering firms. After the last war,
she took up teaching and was em

ployed as a teacher in an American ed when the lime comes to build

It has been her experience, she
says, that a greater knowledge of
mathematics Is needed in all types
of business and that the valuable
secretary is the one who ia able to
draw up a graph or a chart.
Mathematics Is fun, too, she
thinks, and this theory waa borne
out by the student who entered the
following joke as part of the exhi exhibit:
bit: exhibit:
"It is an undeniable fact that if
one fox terrier two feet long from
tip to tip, with a tail one and a
half inches long, can dig a hole
three feet deep in 10 minutes to
dig the Panama Canal in a single
year would require no more than
one fox terrier 15 miles long with
a tail one and a half mileslong."
Mrs. Graham says this is pure

theory, but that it might be test-

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