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MAY 8' 1356
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THE CITY CF THE
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"let the people knot the truth mid the country is $afe" Abraham Uneoltu
PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, MAT 5, 195S
Arms Race Foreseen
ION DON, May 5 (UP) The five-power disarma disarmament
ment disarmament talk failed because the Soviet Union lost interest in
atomic disarmament observer here said today. - v
; The Communist "world is expected to still its loud
propaganda to ban hydrogen and atomic weapons as a
. result. V
The failure el the Western
powers and Russia to reach any
sort of agreement In seven long
weeks of negotiation here was
. generally tnternreted as mean-
tag" the Soviets are willing to
crura? in an atomic arms race.
- Observer here expected this
would be coupled with a sharp
reduction in the Russian stand stand-In
In stand-In armv. Thev nolnted out that
the Soviet Union's huge military
establishment Is proving coin a
" financial and economic strain
on the country, : .
-, ence broke last night with east east-west
west east-west agreement considered only
nosslble future coal.'
The arms talks foundered
mainly because Russia refused
Vh:n Struck Dy Aula
- A Panamanian laborer suffer suffer-ed
ed suffer-ed minor arm and face injuries
yesterday afternoon when he
van into an official Panama Ca
". nal Co sedan travelling south
on Galllard Highway in Gam-
. boa. :;.v-.-;vTi -s.-v-u v..;.-,.-Th
i pedestrian, Paceo Rodrl Rodrl-uez.
uez. Rodrl-uez. 39. was treated at the Gam-
boa dispensary for the -cuts ftnd
, bruises he received and teieasea.,
A police report Indicates that
, the ,factl uoint to the accident
having been the fault of .the pe pedestrian,
destrian, pedestrian, and no court action i i-galnst
galnst i-galnst the driver of the car, local-rate
-v employe Harold Dun Duncan,
can, Duncan, was contemplated.
The accident occurred at S:30
p.m, yesterday after Rodriguez
. stepped off a bus and ran across
, the highway Just as the official
sedan was passing the bus.
. Duncan was driving very slow slow-Iv.
Iv. slow-Iv. renorts show, and skidded 10
ft. to a stop at almost the exact
moment of contact with Rodri Rodriguez.
guez. Rodriguez. The pedestrian was knock knocked
ed knocked to the pavement by the front
bumper of the car. Rodriguez
' lives on a land lease farm. At
' Gamboa' : dispensary he was
treated and released.
Fed Is D::i
! SEOUL, Korea, May 5 (UP).
. P. N. Bhlnkcky. president Syng-
- wan Rhee'S' chief opponent in
' the May 19 presidential elections,
died unexpectedly today. ; His
death touched off antl-Rhea ri-
. oting in this Korean capital.
Shinicky, leader of the oppo
' sition democratic party, died of
a cerebral hemorrhage while on
a campaign tour in the town of
Iri. 110 miles south of Seoul.
- An estimated 300 demonstrate
or. attempted to storm the pre
, Identlal mansion in Seoul after
- news of Shinlcky's death reach reach-'
' reach-' ed here, press reports said po
lice and soldiers fired into the
crowd, wounding "two or three"
demonstrators. ' m
Shinlcky's body was returned
to the capital by train this aft-
ernoon. A crowd of 3,000 persons
gathered at the station snout-
lng, 'overthrow dictator Syng Syng-man
man Syng-man Rhee's government" and
.-"we cannot live under these con conditions."
ditions." conditions." ..."
Shinicky death left his dem democratic
ocratic democratic party without a presi
dential candidate and no way to
nominate one under Korean law
t before the election.
: Centre r.!crcccb
, MARRAKESH,' Morocco, May 5
(UP Tough native troops patrol patrolled
led patrolled the narrow alleys of the Mar Mar-rakesh.
rakesh. Mar-rakesh. native quarter today to
' prevent new outbreaks of murder
' and arson. A dusk-to-dawn curfew
also was imposed on the area.
Nationalist mobs killed 42 per-
sons and burned dozens of homes
is i three-day spree of b 1 o e d
letting. The victims were former
followers of the late Pasha El
Manv cf the victims were tor
tured or mutilated before they
were killed. Others were soaked
In gasoline, hoisted on stakes and
burned alive. 1
Police and French and Moroc
can troops were rushed here from
Casablanca and garrisons in the
to arrent President Flsenhnwer"s
hopen i sky" inspection plan with
out delay, v 1
But the united states. flnr-
am, France and Canada, in a
joint declaratton, said ;u ;u-ture
ture ;u-ture agreement on disarma disarmament
ment disarmament is "possible' and necei'.
sary." v -r -.v
At the same time, authorita
tive sources said there is a "con
siderable probability" that Rus
sia will -make sizeable cuts in
Its conventional armed forces
"within v ayear." ;. v, "V : s ;
The cut, western sources said.
would be unilateral and might
Involve as many as a half-million
men.. But the Soviets have
an estimated. 4,000,000 men un under
der under arms and such a reduction
would still leave them with an
edge over, the' 2,900,000 armed
force of the United States:
Authoritative western sources
said the Soviet now realize they
need .manpower more for iac
tories and Siberian expansion
thany for military service. They
probably plan to swing the So Soviet
viet Soviet emphasis for massed man
power to manufacture of tech technical,
nical, technical, armaments the sources
said.'." ,.' ,J -::,-.
The tJ. N. disarmament ub ub-commslslon
commslslon ub-commslslon talks ended with without
out without agreement yesterday follow following
ing following ; 18 sessions The western
delegates will now -report back
to the full U.N. parent commis commission
sion commission which is expected to meet
In mid-June- ':" -'
The four western powers who
have been meeting with Russia
here for six weeks pledged they
would continue their efforts to
ward a disarmament accord
within the United Nations.
Police Slill Seek
Person Who Shot
Police were still, looking lot a
person who fired a shotgun early
yesterday jc morning ,. along the
Mandinga River woundln;
farmer who was hunting.
The farmer, Ernesto r Rodn
guez. who lives on a land license
farm, was struck by the bullet
which lodged Just above the belt
line in- the middle of his baca.
At Gorgas yesterday he was giv
en emergency treatment, and
then transferred te Santo Tomas
Hospital for observation of pos
sible internal injuries.
According to police however,
his condition Is not considered to
be serious. So far, investigation
has failed to identify the per
son who firea tne snot.
Rodriguez, who Is 25, was
hunting with his 11-year-old
brother when vie accident oc occurred.
curred. occurred. He was bent over lookinz
into a hole In the ground .when
he was shot. i
RELEASED FROM PRISON Camllo Leyra (center), 56,
thrice-convicted of slaying his parents, walks out of Sing Sing
Prison, Ossining, N.Y.,, with his attorneys, Osmond Fraenkel,
and Frederick Scholem. Leyra who spent six years off and
on in the prison death house, was set free after the State
Court of Appeals ruled the state had "insufficient evidence in
,- : : getting Its third
Power For Peace Armed Forces Theme
For Annual Day; Public Is Invited
Plans for Caribbean Command's
Armed Forces Day programs are
neanng completion 1 for both the
Atlantic and Pacific sides .of the
Isthmus Mav 19. toint Armed Forc
es Day officials announced today.
The public is invited to attend the
"Power for Peace" aemonsirauons.
The Pacific program, which will
feature a full day of exhibitions and
demonstrations plus a three-service
parade, will be held at. Albrook
Air Fnrea Base: where more than
30,000 spectators are expected. Co
co Solo jNavai btauon wui nosi uir
itiintir eiria nrocram and some
,000 persons are expeciea ro wiyi
ness the Army, Navy, and Air
Force displays ana demonsirauoiu
there.' .. ...
. The Albrook AFB atiair wui open
at 9 a.m.- and last until 8 p.m. The
r.t -turn hnum nf exhibits' are plan
ned especially for schoor children.
Demonstrations oegin at s s-and
and s-and last untU 4:50 p.m.. -Thm
ioint retreat parade on the
Pacific program will include men
from the S3d Infantry Regiment,
the 65th AAA Group, 15th Naval
District and Caribbean ait vwiu-
"static dispisys "wffl run from 9:30
, i9-3n n m. at Coco Solo, 4 ne
parade will begin at 9:30 a.m. and
demonstrations will follow imme immediately
diately immediately threafter. Participating in
the joint review at So'om"
k. th. with Armv Band, the Third
n .t.isn via Infantry Regiment.
airtieii Third v Mama Guard De Detachment,
tachment, Detachment, Coco Solo Naval Station,
i.,.i,m llhit and attached
tie iranni "at the USAR-
CARIB School and CrUtobaU High I
RCTC students, - ,.
Following ar? exnioi
monstrations being planned.
iLw ..kii,it; Tnfantrv commu
nications equipment; Wantry oai-
talion aid siauon; "" -"-wUdlife;
tanks and equipment, 120
mm antiaircraft gun battery; map-
pill K V1 w.v 1 t I
H13,'H-19 helicopters snd L-19, L-
..aaaHiitvi inn eouiuuiwui
20 L-Z3 ana u-i ------
-!lii. ..mt tool, saw" and
.hrnme'olating machine; reproduc
tion press; flighting Jnjent
...ifi..tiAn t! tire recap methods
purification set; tire recap
ammumuuu, "-'-"--"- ;ai.
. .a n- small arms: metai-
tank transporter; ,M4i
Armored personnel cirner;
field equipment; furniture; f ield
" A a,aTr
maintenance repair snop; c
-.r.nhirsl uniform; locally pro-
"r,X.i.ince items; field kit
rhen mobile Daw ynu.
2nd I receiver; moUon pictures
"iV. t.unriflter: oscilloscope;
Tr V -i. wu4ial aiirVAV ODer-
testing equipment; .special .. air aircraft
craft aircraft tools: bus, steel J-boat,
my recruiting booth; toiof"""0"
n ij Miniv military po
ena eaucuwii r-' .-j
lice vehicle and equipment r and
the use ol an enoscuiw
ining vehicle speed.
conviction against mm.
Navy exhibits: Navy supply: ord
nance; seamanship; cargo hand handling;
ling; handling; underwater welding and div diving;
ing; diving; weather facsimile; and com
Air Force Exhibits: Jet aircraft
and eauioment: Sal6A Tripbibian a
SH 19-B helicopter) photo equip equipment;
ment; equipment; jungle survival equipment;
receiving and transmitting console;
firefighting equipment; aircraft in instrument
strument instrument mock-uo and airframe re
pair display', and aerona u t i c a 1
charts and maps. a ?
Panama Canal Co. .exhibit; Be
lief man of the Panama Canal.
Other exhibits are planned by
the American Red Cross,- the Re Reserve
serve Reserve Officers' Association, the A-
nencan Legion and the Veterans
of Foreign Wari.; v-:.
Demonstration schedule: ;-
1:30 n.m.-l:S5 7438th Army U-
nit. heucopter "Welcome to Armed
Forces Day," 5s
Jorce, T-33 jet
l:45-2:05lHevy Mortar Co., 33d
S:os-2:35-26th 'Air Rescue Sqdn
ai? rescue demonstration by SA-16
and SH-19 helicopters, ; j; r.
:l 2 :35-3:20- Chemical Officer US-ARCARlB-chemical
.equipment, ; ''T-K-f,
' 5 mi ji sn ft5th AAA Grouoem
nlacemenf of "Skysweeper", anti
pany. 7438th AU capabilities of
helicopters and aircraft, ...
4:05-4:15 Balboa High 'School
drill team performs.
4:15-4:30 1 Tank Company,' 83d
Infantry- tank platoon formation.
4:3(Mi:35-Patroi Sqdn seaplane
fjy-by ...vA' 'i-'; iT.-;-
4:35-4:50-' 33d Infantry' drum
and bugle carpi,
4:55-5!l0- Ariny-Navy-Air Force
Retreat' Parade.- i '
s TiMth AU fly-by, 3 t-
ATLANTIC SIDi V'
timvJ rhhiti: Underwater work:
PMB and P5M planes; medical e e-quipment;
quipment; e-quipment; aircraft engine cutaway;
v Normal ; operating schedules
were resumed by Thatcher Ferry
serviM" this mornlna with the
completion of extensive repairs
to the ramp ana jenaer.
which has been In progress since
'ft:dvi"f' l-if-- ,f.t:
vThe ferrv service' had.', been
suspended at nighf front 8 p.m
antll 6 a.m- since Marcn i.
. i a4, v :;'. -V1 -'"ft".
tV rnair work was started in
December by the contractor, BU-j
don, Inc. and the first pnaae or
the lob was completed within a
. '' mi. -.UaA Af
lew weex. ine aeconu iiuaoc
the rehabilitation work consist consisted
ed consisted of repairing the fender-system
of the west slip and the re
moval of dolphins at that sup.
Ike Re so
WASHINGTON. May S UP)-
President Eisenhower told admin
istration critics today to wait until
the Navy discloses details of its
"tremendous" air arm -before
claiming the United States hat
lost air supremacy to Russia.:; :-
He coupled his r s conference
statement with a v ..nine that this
nation will not start reducing its
military power until ; it knows
more "about what's inside the
Iron Curtain" and "that's all
there is to it." He- reneved h i s
olea for fool-proof disarmament.
Mr: Elsenhower said it wis
"disappointing" that 37 B52 inter
continental hydrogen oomDers naa
been rejected because of mechan
ical defects, as brought out by
Gen. Curtis E. LeMay this week.
But he said the B52 is not this
country's onlw weapon, ,.
Navv Faituras Power
The President said the Navy's
powerful", air arm must not be
ignored in making any compari
survival eauinment for aircraft;
serological; photographic; knot
board: latest Naval aerial bombs
' Army exhibits: Model held kit
chen layout: trestle bridge; cuts
way models of available weapons;
eutawav models of vehicles and
narts: 75mm gun with mount; 120
mm gun with M33 lire control sys
tem; nngerprmung; jungie, war
fare eauiDment: amaieur raaio:
military clothing: utter bus; new
vehicles; driver testing equipment;
small arms repair truca; ure Dis Display;
play; Display; and two tanks with crewmen,
Air parcar .et aircran. 1
Jelnt Armv and Navy exhibit
Distaff dismay of ladies' first
aid activities, '-.
Navv: Chemical smoke display,
helicopter evacuation, Skysweeper
tracKuig ana viewing, duu mu
sic, helicopter fancy maneuvering
in formation, Cristobal High School
ROTC drill team. f
t.:. iM.u.in,.lU W a r
narade with jet aircraft passing
over revieweing siana.
nmnnitritinn aeneauie: 1 -
9:30 a.m.-10:15 Army-Navy-Air
10:15-10:20f Air force jet.-uy-
10:2010:30 Kavy Jielicopter
rescue and evscuation. t t -1
v 10:30-10:40 Navy jet assisted
take-off of amphibians. WVv l" 1
10:40-11 :00 Navyi-bombing: run
sUck of M2 aiimmy'.bonibs.
i U:oo-n:20-i; Nvj-s arefightiag
demonstration; '.',i-'-:rA-' i;t--.'
11:20-11:40 7438th ArmyAVnit
Army aviatiofl demonstration.. -11:40-11:55
School RCTC DrUl Team. l
11:55-12:15 p.m. Army Chemi Chemical
cal Chemical Corps Demonstration..
In English LChannsll
nnvsin. T.noiand. MaT $-l(BP)
-lA Norwegian "tanker collided
with ..Llberlan shlo in early-
mnmlnr lor loaay. icnuun
flames shooting 800 feef abovef
the English Channel and setting
the sa' afire.,-; .;:.&
, One man died 1 aboard the
blazing 9,074-ton Norwegian
tanker Erllng Borthen- and at
least six: other crew members
were reported badly, burned. Be-
imn m and 50 survivors were
picked up by scue crews and
by the 7.118-ton Llberlan ship
aanu Rosa. with which the
tanker collided. NO casuaiues
were reported from the Santa
ROSa. tiM r..yvi--''-'-.'-""
. a Russian shin was among tne
rescue vessels. It was reported to
have picked up some survivors.
There was no accurate count on
the exact number of crew mem members
bers members ahard tne tanker.
' Th British Navy sent the
motor ship Dark Avenger- from
Portsmouth naval base to meet
rescue ships and taxe on injur injur-ed.
ed. injur-ed. A doctor was aboard the Dark
The Unker. 'blazing -f- from
bridge to stern, wa( taken In
tow by the French tug Jeant
Bart. The tug was steaming tor
Dunkirk with, tne tanxers cap captain
tain captain and some of Its officers.
I ves No
Navy Air Arm As
sens between U.S. and Russian
airpower: The United States has
"the most powerful Navy m the
world," he said, and "it features
one thing, air power,", ;
The Presldanf remarks were
directed at Democratic members
ef e Senate Armed Services sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee which is investigating
airpower. They have charged
that Rustle is ferf ine; ahead ef
the United States in production
ef Intercontinental bomber.
' Mf. Eisenhower noted that the
"subcommittee his net heard
from Nevy witnesses nor from of officials
ficials officials who will report en this
country's overseas beset,; a n 4
athr dofente oreoramt.
"Let's wait until we get t h 1 s
(llliuic, u aaiu, 44W
about it." --
The President's meeting with
reporters, delayed from Wednes-
- lday by Juneral Mrvwes tor t Sen.be largely carried out on a PUat-
PARIS. May 5-(UP) Britain
gave its backing today to an
American plan that would set up
a western '"Drain wusi w in increase
crease increase the political action of
the north Atlantic Treaty Alli
ance. s;", s '
NATO forelen ministers met
In secret session this morning to
consider the nronosai by secre
tary of State John Foster Dulles
that NATO be given a.pouucai
punch to meet the march of
world Communism. v
it was disclosed that British
Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd
supported Dunes project io ap ap-nolnt
nolnt ap-nolnt a three-man group of ex
perts to widen NATO's scope m
the face of Russia's new tactics.
As members of tne "Drain
trust." Lloyd nominated Cana
dlan External Affairs Minister
Lester a. Pearson. Gaetano Mar
tlno of Italy and Halvard Lange
The group would report back
in the NATO council; by : late
summer on a plan for modernfz
lng the 15-natlon western alli alliance.
ance. alliance. H"t- r,' "f
' Th "Rrltlsh forelen : seer Ury1
Called on the wtst H take the
political of tensive ."'wir 'a positive
presentauon Of our loeais w ,mo
vile suggested that NATO Hart
work now on a comparative
study of what the west and tne
Communist world have done to
aid underdeveloped countries. countries.-;
; countries.-; The Foreign Ministers of Can Canada:
ada: Canada: France. Italy. Norway and
Belelum met this morning to
work On a "charter of intent'
that will outline western policy.
The full NATO council met to.
continue discussion on channel
ing more effective aid to under
developed countries, r
It met for a half hour and
then went into secret session to
complete the draft policy declaration-and
consider such explo
sives issues as the Middle East:
Informed sources said the dec declaration
laration declaration calls on the west to
keep up Us military guard but at
the same time increase the poli
tical scope of NATO.
L The declaration alsotws ex-
pected to call on Russia to fol
low up its Internal changes with
DAYTON. 0. (UP) Msyhe
autos should be listed as liquid
assets.-More water goes into
car than Into a leaky boat.
Rubber manufacturers alone use
300 gallons of water for each
pound of synthetic rubber, accord according
ing according to Dayton Rubber Co., engi
neers. Additional thousands of gal gallons
lons gallons go into the making of the
ear's foam rubber seat cushions.
Ten gallons of water are needed
to process a single gallon of gas gasoline.
oline. gasoline. Each pound of steel take;
33 gallon. In all, it takes at least
15.000 gallons of water to build
lAlben W. BarVley, produced these,
other maior developments:
1 With a shew y enger, mr.
Eitenhewer said he hot ordered
administration efficiolt te "threw
eut instantly", any would-be m m-fluence
fluence m-fluence peddlert. He mode the
statement in ditcutsing Senate
tettimeny ef Murrey U Chetlner,
the Let Angelet eterney who was
Vice President Richard M. Nix Nix-en's
en's Nix-en's 1952 campaign manager. The
President said "there is abtelute-.
ly ne greundt" for believing that
influence peddling wet Involved
In the Chotiner cste. .
. 3 He denounced the new Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic farm thill, passed yester
day by the House, as "Dad" leg
islation. But he declined to say
whether he would veto it if it
reaches him in its present form.
He centered his fire on a proviso
to raise price supports on leea
3 The foreign aid program musi
To Be Over
v ABOARD THE USSMT. MCKINLEY AT ENIWETOK,
May 5 (UP) Task force officials announced today that
an eight-jet B-52 ihtercontnental bomber will make Airier-
tea s first H-bomb airdrop next
The drop is scheduled for
sunrise May 8, weather conditions permitting, the shot,
named "Cherokee," will be one of the biggest of the cur
rent series, which was kicked
of an atomic warhead equal
ivnivi nil, ?: ..' .; -,; '. .7.'. ...
; More than 10 shots in all are planned for the Jest
program called "Operation Redwing ) :v X
, Three B-52s already are at Eniwetok island. The on
carrying the bomb will take off about 3, a.m. on the H H-bomb
bomb H-bomb drop day. The, comb will have been loaded the ev-
nina herore. v-v-' -'- '-;? .:
,.;;: :',-. -if-
i The huge bomber will drop In
such a way as to achieve an air-
burst aevcraV thousand feet over
It win loose a blast equal to
several million tons, of TNT,
A group or is newsmen ana
17 'Civil Defense officials will
witness the big explosion. It
will be the first time outst'den
ever saw a II.S. H-bomb ex-
Plode. iy i;:i:;; ;' ;ft
In the observer group' is Gov.
Walter 3. Kohler of Wisconsin.
Hieh soeed cameras and much
other measurement and record
ing edumment nas oeen install
ed to gauge the power, yield and
fallout eiiects oi tne air oursi.
History's biggest nuclear test
. aeries opened today w'th the,
explosion of a small atomic
.device built for use In a limit-
ed war. -- r v:
Ant awesome pink mushroom
cloud, trade marx or tne atomic
age, rose in the sky at dawn over
Eniwetok after the blast at o:z3
a.m. ', --. 5-'. -': "-: if.
The exoloslve was detonated
from the surface of Runit island,
on the east side of Eniwetok.
th; rount-down 1 seconds!
itv,.j h .w .nx
flash lighted the sky, and was
immediately iouowed oy a nre nre-ball
ball nre-ball that blossomed out about a
mile In diameter. :
A couple of seconds later, a
glowing pink mushroom climbed
upward.-! -. ?" "i"1
A minute' and 15 seconds after
the Initial flash, a slight shock
wave reached the observers oh
the deck of the McKlnley. In Instead
stead Instead of the sharp, "bang" of the
Bikini air burst of 10 years ago,
this one produced only a low low-throated
throated low-throated rumble.
Today's ,shot was a minia miniature,
ture, miniature, even compared te tha
smaller test blasts In Nevada.
It was a mere spark compared
te the hydrogen bomb slated
'to shatter the Pacific skies.
eral basis rather than through
the United Nations, as suggested by
Adlai E. Stevenson and others. He
said this will show whether our al allies,
lies, allies, are "our fellow-travelers to the
and, or only good-time Charleys as
long as wc pick up the checks."
4 Mr.-. Eisenhdwer advised 'cau
tion in congressional consideration
of any constitutional -amendment
for a zs per cent limit on ; tederai
income taxes. He said the "com "common
mon "common sense" of the people ought
to find a Proper limitation on taxes.
The 25 per cent proposal was sug suggested
gested suggested by Sen, Everett M. Dirksen
5 The President stormily reject
ed Democratic charges that he is
delegating too much power. He
said no president can delegate con
stitutional authority and he has no
intention of doing so. While other
administration officials might
make decisions, he said, he has
the final responsibility.
about 45 minutes before
off today with the explosion
in power, to 5000 to 1(J,600
'.:;";; ;':- 'I,
next' Tuesday. tv' ;"-"-..
As the mushroom billowed un
to about 85,000 feet 4t was; rr-
pea By tne laminar .ice suck.
caused hy freezing of water par.
Hcies in tne high atmospnere.
Twenty minutes after the test. :
high A alUtude winds had tilted
the cloud into the shape of an
elongated missile. Still pink and
peach colored, the cloud stretch stretched
ed stretched northeastward, with its point pointed
ed pointed end aimed over the vast clos closed
ed closed area from which all ships and
aircraft had ; longv since been
warned, i,.; .-v ; ,.--;.-v- r
The observers expect to i set
something far more tremendous 1
on May 8 when America's air airdropped
dropped airdropped H-bomb is scheduled to
explode over Bikini Atoll.
This morning's pre-dawn
blast, though relat'vely small,
eould be of vast Importance to
the United States' expanding
arsenal of atomic weapons. .
; This one apparently was
somewhere In the range of 5,000 5,000-104)00
104)00 5,000-104)00 ton of TNT. No Official
word was given, on. Its,, exact
yield.-. -.-:.,.., o ;
.Obviously it was a device fash-
'jioned for a variety of military
use ln Umltei "thef than
The Atomic Energy Commis
sion pre-test report laldpkrticu-
mr. stress on tne defensive na
ture of this year' series of Pa
cific testa, s .f-- i
This device presumably was
designed as a warhead for an
ti-alrcraft missiles or ether
tactical weapons. .1
' Today's shot orlglnallv i was ,v
scheduled for yesterday, but was
postponed shortly before firing
time when the AEC meteorolo meteorologists
gists meteorologists decided the weather con- .'
ditions were unfavorable.
Such a ruling usually i
prompted by wrong wind dlree dlree-tion
tion dlree-tion which would waft the radio radio-actlve
actlve radio-actlve fallout over inhabited a a-reas.
reas. a-reas. t
AEC health physicist Gordoa
Dunning said the fall-out from
today's device, although finy'
" compared to the H-Bomb,?
would make people t'ck ajs fat
as 20 miles away in case ef
wrong wlnds..,i;''C:".;1.!' f
Dunning briefed the inoffi
cial observers aboard this hugo
communications ship yesterday?'
discussing tne tremendous jail-
. (Continued on Page II)
Dag's Peace Revert
May Be Made Public
. ROME, May 5 UP)i.NSe -retary-Generai
Dag Hammarsa Hammarsa-jold's
jold's Hammarsa-jold's historic report on,-tht
chances of keeping peace in tne
Middle East may oe avaiiaDie
to the public Wednesday, ; his
spokesman said early today. f 1
The spokesman, George Ivan
Smith, said Hammarskjold ;aJ3d
his UX team had worked near nearly
ly nearly 17 hours straight hammering
out nnai details on tne report
which will so before the U.Ni
Security Council in New;?orlc
next weex. ; ;.-.. -:, v .,-
The tall blond secretarysen secretarysen-eral
eral secretarysen-eral got down to work less than
two hours after he arrived here
before dawn from Cairo.- This
afternoon Hammarksiold file
back to New Yorlt via Paris.
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THE MAIL BOX
It was somewhat amusing to readthe comments oi ine
"Panamanian" and the "Afro-Pan-American" on my defense of
the Southern Manifesto. Both writers art quite free with their
charges of bigotry, yet both are so bigoted they refuse to credit
any honesty or sincerity to anyone who does not agree with
1116 No'doubt they will refuse to believe this also, but I am In
' complete agreement with their objective, which I take to be a
society free of artificial restraint, where all men will be able to
advance, socially and economically, as far as their ability wU
permit. But I cannot agree that further extension of Federal
authority into areas prohibited by the Constitution Is the way
to achieve this objective. ' v.
I As to the intention of the writers of the Constitution, the
record of the Constitutional Convention proceedings leaves no
doubt. Most of the delegates feared that the Federal govern-
ment would seek to. force its authority on the states; a fear
that later events have proved well Justified.
The "Bill of Rights" was appended at the Insistence of a
number of delegates who feared that the limit of authority of
the Federal Government was not sufficiently well defined in the
original document. This "Bill- of Rights", culminated in the
' Tenth Amendment which reserves all powers not specifically
delegated to the Federal government', to the states and to the
. Piven with' these added' safeguards," many states feared that
"too much authority had been granted to the Federal govern government,
ment, government, and It was not until some three years later that the last
- of the original thirteen Btates ratified the document.
Therefore, in insisting that any invasion of the authority
. el the states by the Federal government Is a violation of the
Constitution, I am certain thai X am upholding both the letter
and the spirit of that document aa conceived by its makers.
s to the impuea cnauenge iwj me ouicne auu auu-f
f auu-f Mn-American" is right In saying that the court should be com com-'
' com-' posed of the best judicial minds In the country, but he is only
' being naive if he believes that such is the case. Appointments
to" this highest bench have been for many years the payment
: for long and faithful service to the political party in power. -!
a Of the nine justices presently sitting on the Court, only
lJ ;cm, Sherman Minton, has any substantial judicial background.
"One other, John Harlan, served one year on the VS. Circuit
Court of Appeals, before his appointment to the Supreme Court
.euch. Two others, Frankfurter and Douglas, are former law
professors who could be expected to have some knowledge of
judicial procedure. ; ,.
The rest are former senators, governors, and bureaucratic
executives. Even granting them the best of Intentions, -such
men could not be expected to render objective decisions on mat matters
ters matters of political, significance. Th political-viewpoint, developed
' over many years, cannot be supplanted by the judicial view viewpoint
point viewpoint overnight., Also the ingrained loyalty) to .the party they
' served so long would be Impossible to overcome, -j .-V;-
. j So long as the Court is composed primarily of politicians
rather than jurists, no informed person tan be exnected to ac accept
cept accept its judgment of Constitutional matters as definitive, j,-;
f, It is my belief that the solution to this trying problem lies
in education and persuasion. The status of,the Negro, even In
. the most backward of the Southern states. Is measurably bet bet-'
' bet-' ter than It was even ten years ago. This progress has been
,in spite of, and not because of, the ill-advised efforts of organ organizations
izations organizations who try to use methods of coercion. Such methods
only -serve to antagonize both sides, and hinders the efforts of
, 4 men of good will, both white and Negro, who realize the neces-
aity of a slow-but-sure approach : v ,- i'
If, however, the Negroes and their supporters feel that their
" cause would be helped by Federal intervention, they should at
least be willing to submit the matter to vote by proposing an
v -. amendment which would give the government this power. Such
. a move would be In keeping with the provisions of the Constl Constl-1
1 Constl-1 tution and would avoid the dangerous short-cut methods now
It w the' adoption of similar short-cuts that cost the
liberty of many European nations both before and after World
- War II. I would hate to see the United States follow in their
footsteps. ; An American
: ONE FOR JUAN FRANCO
' It Is not unusual for horses at Juan Franco to toss their
jockeys onto the" track and then run away before the race
Starts. iThere are times when a horse runs away with a jockey,
as happened recently. Of course, these runaways are due to ex expert
pert expert training that makes the horse too anxious to win.
- 7 Tips are plentiful at Juan Franco, One tipster may tip
every horse in a race to win, but, of course, not to the same
bettors. These tips are said td come "straight from the horse s
mouth, a figure of speech, to be sure, because the only horse
that can talk is Francis and he or she is a mule.
- However, recently, according to Audax Minor, who writes
about races for the New Yorker, race goers at Aqueduct were
given a hot tip straight from the horse's mputh.
"The Whitney thoroughbreds," writes Audax Minor, "have
always been well known' for their good manners, and now, it
seems, they are giving out tips. At any rate, lot pf Jhorse Jhorse-players
players Jhorse-players insist that Born Mighty was trying to show everybody
;what he proposed to do in the race that preceded the Ootham.
'On the way to the post, he unseated his den nd instead of
-running away for half a mile or so, aSj horses usuaih' do,
trotted straight to the winner' circle and waited to. be un unsaddled.
saddled. unsaddled. He was led to the post and then went about his busi business,
ness, business, won, and paid $12.40 In the mutuels.'
DESTILADORA HACIOIIAt, S. A.
iZ'flLZ J PANAMA, R. V.
Notice Of Stockholders' Meeting
By order of the Board of Directors, the'stock the'stock-."holdert
."holdert the'stock-."holdert of DESTILADORA NACIONAL, S. A. (Tha
''Womack American Whiskey Co.) are hereby notified
'that the annual stockholders' meeting will be held
jt the main offices of the Company, located in Ave.
Bolfvar, Panama City, R. P., on the 17th day of May,
at 4:30 p.m., for the following purposes:
:! () To rd the minutes of the previous
' ,: meeting; ;
; (b) To elect or reelect Directors
(c) To examine and approve the balance, profit
;; V -'and loss statement and the report submitted
; to them by tha Board of Directors;
. (d) To consider and act upon all the matters
H that the board of Directors or each Director
, individually or any stockholder submits to
them. 1 f
Pan am d, May 4, 1956
lot mtUn at Tka Paaaau Americaa
ara aaae'led hi wkoth cttfidWitl
k ImeeHeat ft deesal eaaee Is
resaaasiailitv f attataats as apiaiaBi
;. And ;
This colama hit been prepar prepared
ed prepared by Victor Riesel's stall iol iol-kowing
kowing iol-kowing a bedside conference with
the sUickei columnist)
There's a new Una paralleling
Mason-Dixon a Commie line
aimed at colonizing Key southern
communities and unions ami infil infiltrating
trating infiltrating political clubs. It is a
directive which is stripping highly
trained agents from their current
assignment in the north ma
trans-planting them south for fu future
ture future action. -V.-f.'; I'-'
Already the Party has reached
into Its cadres in the Teamsters,
uutcners, iwniture woraers,
Packinghouse Workers, Hotel and
Restaurant Employes, Textile
Workers and Garment Workers
unions and assigned them to spe
cial posts in the embattled south southland.
land. southland. t t -j ., -,-.'v f
; '.,-. ?
The comrades are set to dupli
cate the tactic that enabled them
to capture scores of key Posts in
the old. CIO when John L. Lewis
first set it in motion back in 1936.
The gimmick js to have specially-
Dneiea people on me scene, reaay
and willing to do the "dirty work"
necessary for important political
campaigning or mass unionizing
John L. fell for this line and it
took the anti-Communist CIO lead leadership
ership leadership 15 years to wipe out the
pockets of subversion that had
been created. It is the same strat
egy that gave a ready-made ap apparatus
paratus apparatus to Harry Bridges when
he tried to capture control of Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood studio unions and almost
succeeded in the mid-forties.
The new directive nulls neunle
out of some of the unions the Party
once controlleaVnurely or in pare.
Latest directive from the So
viet's secret agents in charge of
post-Stalin activity here calls for
intensifying propaganda on' the
community level as well as inside
labor. It tells Party members that:
"It is clear that the organizing
drive in the South, to succeed, must
d a ruLdTjuu. ainu social
MOVEMENT (Italics ours:,' VR),
as well as an economic move movement."
ment." movement." -.;:'v 4 : 1 ;
The comrades Were also told to
"develop legislative action througn
whatever channels available v
This- call for infiltration of non non-Communist
Communist non-Communist groups is coupled with
specific directives ''to enroll in
Democratic clubs in all areas."
In the south this could pay par particular
ticular particular dividends if the "reeuinr"
Democrats there bolt the Cmcago
nominating convention. Control of
the formal machinery of the south southern
ern southern Democratic-party will then be
up for grabs and the Kremlin s
"carpet-grabbers'' 'will be reach
ing last and perhaps first.
xne rany, is also dispatching
trusted personnel to work : "in
church ," erouDs. YMCA f and
xwca s, uons Clubs, Elks Clubs,
me nAAVr, on soutnera campus campuses'
es' campuses' and in other civic and labor
organizations. Much of this phase
will be directed by ostensible rcn-
resentatives of "front ', a r o u ds
such as -the Commie-controlled
"Sobell Defense Committee" which
recently opened offices in six
southern cities to spark' a drive
for the release of the convicted
atomic spy now in Alcatraz.
The Communists also have been
ordered to step up their special
schooling for future agents in the
soutnera intutrauon operation. The
propaganda chief decided that:
"To grapple with such questions
in a mature and sure-handed wav.
the masses of our members must
achieve mastery of the theoretical
ana tacucal principles which un underlie
derlie underlie the program of our Party.
This means STUDY (their italics:
VR) systematic study.
"Such study and discussion must
come to be the life-blood of every
ciud, secuon ana regional commit
tee:. There must be increased self-
study by individual comrades. And
there must especially be fuller use
or ... tne Jeuerson school of So
Here then is the specific imple
mentation of the new line in the
south. But while they are concen
trating on work amdni the Ne
groes at the moment for political
purposes, ue rarty leaders have
tneir eyes on future unionizing
drives in the south.
They are aware of the ranid in
dustrialization of the south. They
know that industry sources expect
upwards of 3,000 new major plants
below the Mason-Dixon line in the
next decade. And they know that
sooner or later the AFL-CIO now
totally bogged down in the south
because- of the racial issue will
have to launch huge campaigns
lor new memoers.
When that time comes, they will
be there with their "sleepers" on
the scene, ready and willing to ''do
the dirty work'1 again at they did
when John Lewis fell for the same
gimmick and entrenched them
deeply inside labor.
! :v-a& i!
TOKYO It was cold and rain
ing and. the plane was late; they
couldn't find the reservations and
the cherry blossom wouldn't be
out for another month or so. The
cab :. drivers called "Kamikaze,"
after the suicide bombersturned
the streets into a battleground.
So my impression of Japan is
not the peaches and cream I ei ei-pected
pected ei-pected it ;to ber because .'every .'everybody
body .'everybody I've met recently raves
about' it; -- i-
Tokyo itself is an uneasy blend
of old East and new! West and
feet totter uneasily on Wgb; eels.
The ;Odd- kimono looks (just as tin tin-easy
easy tin-easy among modish Americaji and
slit-skirt Chinese' drejses, ind I
have not seen a Japanese man yet
who looka at home in a European
5Ult.f .-. iJ :
I'..: V x :
t can understand the 'American
male's infatuation With the Japa Japanese
nese Japanese girls, who may be among
the world's most beautiful and sub subservient
servient subservient women. But the men are
the rudest in the world and seem
to be of another race, in manner
and actual appearance, from the
WASHINGTON (NEA1 In
four days of Washington speeches.
meetings and interviews. Adlai
Stevenson pretty well laid his po
litical cards on. the table, v face
He outlined his views on nearly
every foreign and domestic pol policy.
icy. policy. ". --'
In the precise phrases of which
he is capable when at his best,
he made clear the principles on
which he bases his campaign for
the Democratic presidential nom nomination.
ination. nomination. 'V". V; ;!:.r.;.".!i
Stevenson's tactics -r have
changed somewhat from v four
years ago. in 195Z ne was more
or less obligated i ey circum
stances to defend.the record of tne
previous 20 Democratic adminis administration
tration administration years. He had little to at at-pk.
pk. at-pk. bevond the statements and
promises of his opponent, General
the roles are reversed
Pmeirient Eisenhower has his rec
ord to defend. Stevenson has three
years of Republican administra administration
tion administration to criticize. . 1
AnH whiin hn had earlier de
clared in favor of a campaign of
moderation, his tactics, now in include
clude include a liberal throwing of barbed
hooks into the Republican ele
phants tough bide.
' In hi final Washington talk W
fore the United Auto Workers ed
ucational conference,! where he
had a completely sympatneuc
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' ALL COMMODITIES ;
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TRACING A CAMPAIGN ISSUE tines on Newschart, above, graphically Illustrate one ot
the presidential campaign's hottest issues: farm relief. Broken line indicating course of farm I
product prices started a sharp drop in 195 y 2 and has been on a downward trend ever sinc&
J3ata from Tha Conference Rnrd. .- ...
That English Climate Was
By 60B RUARK'
The old geisha type of enter-:
tainment is disappearing in Tokyo
because the geisha features cere ceremonial
monial ceremonial ( tea-pouring and sympa sympathetic
thetic sympathetic listening to male griev grievances.'
ances.' grievances.' v : .-.-7
Geisha costumes cost so much
to buy and maintain that the
amusement trend, is. switching- to
the night clubs. There the girls
wear slit Chinese skirts, drink
whisky and dance to jazz music,
t The public baths,: where the
naked bath attendants minister to
gentlemen, are still in vogue, and
I was allowed to attend one suit suitably
ably suitably chaperoned, of course.. When
you. are graveling wh- a wife,
certain native cultural advantages
are denied one. ,
A trip to Kyoto on a sit-up train
is a memorable experience, which
I da not care to repeat, but
sukiyaki served ceremoniously by
a geisha is a charming exper experience.
ience. experience. I find that sakl tends to
addle the brains, even when tak taken
en taken in small sips.
The American Press Club serves
about the best food in Japan, and
certainly has the most amazing
espionage switenboard service
Reserved 1 Roles
By, PETER EDSON
audience, Stevenson let go on
mis target. t, .
Pointing to the Republican prom promise
ise promise to put honesty and ethics into
a business administration, Steven
son recited that six top GOP of officials
ficials officials had to leave because of a
conflict of interest between their
orivate and government affairs.
"li this is hound's tooth moral
ity," he declared, "we need a
In perhaps the most forthright
statement that even he himself
has made en civil rights, Steven Stevenson
son Stevenson declared that, "The Supreme
Court decision on segregation in
the public schools was morally
right and must be complied with
. It deserves more than lip
service . from presidential
; Stevenson charged that Presi
dent Eisenhower had: merely
"turned the civil rights issue
over to his lawyer (the attorney
general and had not even sent
Congress a special message about
.On issue after issue. Stevenson
now throws barbs at the GOP
record. - - te
.. "Tha President's veto oi the
farm bill has extended by one
year the most serious threat there
i .L. i tl
is io uie American economy,
He said "there had not been
time or energy to carry out the
American promises to labor."
'4 '51 WJ
the world. The girls on the switch
board can locate anybody, day or
nignt, and seem to know tne
whereabouts of everyone, even
without being told.
I have Just escaped death sev several
eral several times in taxis, and have been
lost oftener ; inside Frank Lloyd
Wright's Imperial Hotel than out outside
side outside it, which is often enough.
The streets have no names or
numbers, so all the people you
visit provide you with maps. Then
you stop and ask the nearest cop.
. I am writing this from some somewhere
where somewhere inside the Imperial, a most
amazing structure inside wnicn
people sometimes .wander -for
days, searching for their rooms.
' My Japanese vocabulary con consists
sists consists mainly of 'moshi moshi,"
"ah no ne," "ah so," and "hai,"
which seems to be ample. And I
just cot a cable to go to Nairobi
via Hongkong and Beirut, in about
three days' flying, so- I better
They're right jSbout one thing
in Japan.' It's too tiny for the
people in it, and I better make
room for another tourist.
Stevenson now follows the same
tactics. in looking for holes in the
Republican armcs of smugness on
foreign policy. He demonstrated
this in his Washington speech be
fore the American Society of
At the same time, he did not
fail to outline his own ideas for
a complete revision of American
foreign aid programs and a more
considerate treatment of other,
less-develoned countries as free
equals and not U military pawns.
,How effective this Stevenson
campaigning will be remains to
be seen. Largely as a result of
the Minnesota primary, many peo people
ple people are saying that Stevenson is
through. They heard him three
vears before, when he didn't win.
They think they are hearing the
same thing again.
But there are subtle differences.
Stevenson does not use the politi
cal wisecracks as much as he did
in 1952. Some critics found it ob objectionable.
jectionable. objectionable. He confines his gags
new to the beginning of his speech speeches,
es, speeches, to warm up his audiences, and
at the end.
As he was leaving-the UAW
meeting to catch a train, Steven Stevenson
son Stevenson called to Jhe crowd, "I'll be
glad to come back to Washington
to stay, but I cant slay longer
Somebody in the crowd called
out. "hurry back." Somebody else
called out, "Don't bring your golf
i 1 11
J y ennw pcAnnoii
WASHINGTON The most pub-,
licized general of the Air Force.
cigar-chewing, ibig bomber Curtis
La may was under pressure
from civilian bosses of the De Defense
fense Defense Department not to talk at
least not very audibly before the
Symington Committee on lagging
Senator Symington's' charge
that the Eisenhower Administra Administration
tion Administration has let our air strength lacr
behind Russia has the administra
tion worried, and they have been
doing their best to counteract his
First. Secretary Wilson uooed
the allotment for eiant B-52 bomb
ers by half a billion. Second, the
Air Force invited ISO newsmen to
San Diego to see the unveilinc of
us newest, fastest jet
However," Symington,' who was
the first Secretary of the Air
Force, still claims U.S aV power
is Dtnina Russia s. and he has the
intelligence reports and the ohotos
from Moscow to prove it
So General Le May was being
cauea to teii tne senate, in effect
whether Symington is right or his
civilian bosses in the Pentagon
are ngnt ;
This put Le May very much
on the spot
If he bad given the unadulter
ated facts, as he has given them
privately, Le May would have tes-
uuea urn ne neeas z,uw B-S2 s
immediately compared with the 18
now ready to fly. He also would
have testified that the Air Force
requires far m o r e men and
more widely dispersed air bases
than the Eisenhower Admlnistra
lion has granted.
' MR. SAM'S SORROW
Sam Rayburn, who entered the
House of Representatives as a
young congressman from Texas
when Woodrow Wilson became
President, has lived to tee more
human joy and mora sorrow than
' He has lived to become Speaker
of the House, and, perhaps even
more imnortant. be has lived to
see the laws he passed the Se
curities and Exchange Commis Commission,
sion, Commission, rural electrification, the Fed
eral Communications Commission Commission-become
become Commission-become part of the foundation of
government ; i
This winter, however, Sam has
had more than his share of sor
row.. Early in the winter, his be
loved sister, Miss Loy Rayburn,
became ill in Texas. Sam; had only
flown in an airplane once in his
life when President Eisenhower
requested him to come to .Wash .Washington.
ington. .Washington. But this time he flew home
to his sister's bedside. He was
there several weeks.
While Sam was there his neph
ew. Charles Rayburn, became sick.
The doctor operated immediately,
but not in time. The nephew died.
When his mother was given the
news,. Mrs. Rayburn, a heart pa patient,
tient, patient, had a fatal attack-two
deaths in the Rayburn family with within
in within a day. -v.-. '::-,
Mr. Sam is now back in Wash Washington
ington Washington pushing the business of the
sometimes ungainly, unwieldy
House of Representatives. But his
heart isn't quite in his work the
way it used to be.
TALK LESS-FIGHT MORI
The Armv's Chief of Staff. Gen.
Maxwell Taylor, has written a pri
vate letter to Congressman James
Patterson. V Connecticut v Republi-
can. virtually admitting that the
Army has been gaggea oy aecre-:
tary of Defense Wilson. He isn't
going to follow General! Le May
when n comes to reniagon gags.
Patterson had asked General
Taylor for help in presenting -the
Army's side of the defense story.
"I tninx tne American peopie ex ex-oect
oect ex-oect their army to speak for it
self," the Connecticut Congress Congressman
man Congressman wrote. "I trust that in these
enlightened times no American of officer
ficer officer will ever be penalized for his
court re m exoressing his honest
convictions in the true interest of
national defense." v
Sadly, Taylor wrote Dacr:
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I Drupe fruit
13 Cylindrical 1
IS Satellite of
SO Kind of nut
34 Plant louse
32 Not any
II Separated v
1 Kick (dial.)
3 Fruit drinks
18 Pound (ah.)
22 Road ab.)
25 Chief god of
21 Sharpen, as a 40
2 Grafted (her.) 42
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T mm, mm,
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3 Head covering
e Hebrew (ab.
"I am sorrv that the Armv
unable to provide your'office witk
au ue aata you required to sup support
port support your arguments. In view of
. . the fact that certain' of the
material requested embraced tha
roles and responsibilities of all
three services, we had no choice
but to refet you to the Department
of Defense. I hope that you will un
derstand our predicament" ;
' "CLAMOROUS BIRDMEN"'
Patterson wrote a similar ap-
peal to LI. Gen. S. D. Sturgisi the
Army's Chief of. Engineers, who
also could not supply Patterson ;
with pro-Army information.! Stur
gis fired back a hot note, however,
slamming the glamorized Air
- V c '''-.;'
, 'I especially appreciated com-
mendatory temarks about the Ar-r
my, which .we do not very often,
hearin this day and age, because-,
in time of peace a foot-soldier
slogging along in the. mud is not'
as glamorous as a birdman in a
million-dollar piece of "flying
equipment," wrote General Sturgls.
"Your sympathetic and enlight-
ened understanding of the Army-."
no doubt springs from your long
service in the : Marine Corps
where, too, real soldiers 1 are ap appreciated."
preciated." appreciated." r.. v.-v -ifi-.'
' Looks like lnterservice rivsiry
is still boiling inside the Pentagon,
WASHINGTON PIPKLIN1 .1
". Senator McCarthy, is frantically
trying to explain to Wisconsin
housewives why he voted to raise
their gas bills. He has beea
snowed under with protests sugt
gesting he move to Texas since ha -is
such a pal of Texas oil. million- -aires;
McCarthy is so alarmed
over the hostile mail that be hss
already sent out 300,000 letters to
Wisconsin explaining why he voU
ea o neip mi iex ou xnenas.
(AO 300,000 letters were mailed,
of course, at the taxpayers' ex expense.).
pense.). expense.). i, Tammany Boss Car
mine De Sapio is trying to head off
presidential sentiment for Senator.
Symington of Missouri De Sapio
has been-quietly contacting Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic leaders, opposing Syming Symington.
ton. Symington. '. ; Admiral Byrd and Sec
retary of the Treasury Humphrey
are at odds over mapping the Ant Antarctic.
arctic. Antarctic. Byrd wants to sail an air aircraft
craft aircraft carrier down to tbje South
Pole and fly carrier planes on
photographic mapping missions
over the ares. But Humphrey has
red-penciled the idea. He claims
it would cost too much money.
Confracf To RevEnip
Pier 7 For Rbgersjr:
With an offer of $97,703, W. A.
Rogers was low bidder on work
calling for the replacement of the
electrical distribution system at
Pier 7 in Cristobal. ,J :,,
Bids on this project and several
others advertised recently by the
Panama Canal Company, were e
pened Friday morning in the Ad Administration
ministration Administration Building at Balboa
Heights by Col. Hugh M. Arnold,
Engineering and Construction. Di Di-rector.
rector. Di-rector. ;
The work at Cristobal Pier T
will consist of the replacement of
wire and cables, the conduit sys-:
tern, the telephone wiring system,
the Ship to-shore lighting system,
and the installation of new wiring
to ue air raid siren.
Isthmian Constructors, nc. and
Chain Singh were entered low off offers
ers offers on two other projects. ;
A low offer of $1,250 was made
by Isthmian Constructors for tha
construction of a loading platform
and lean-to roof on the Commissa Commissary
ry Commissary Annex in Balboa.
Chtln Singh was low with a bid
of $1,418 for the construction of
new concrete steps between Espa Espa-laba
laba Espa-laba Street and Sigri in Paraiso.
Answer to Today's Puzila
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creature 44 Handle
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SATURDAY, MAT 5,'195l
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.MRS. MOmxiri. SHERMAN, of Port Kobbe and Benjamin Whitten, Fort Clayton, were the;
Jeature attractions at the ay luncheon of the Fort Clayton Officers' Wives' at the El Pan-,
ama Hotel held during the past week. Approximately one hundred and fifty ladies attended
the combined luncheon'aieeting. -v. :
FRENCH CHARGE D'AFFAlRS AND MME. MARCEL OLLIVIER
WILL .ENTERTAIN TONIGHT FOR FAMOUS
THEATRICAL. COMT ANT j-. v J-y. I
The Charge 4'Affairt of thr French Embassy and Mme...
Marcel OUiTier wiU 'entertain with an eleren o'clock supper
tonight at the French' Embassy, La Cresta. for the world
famous- French Theatrical Company headed, by French a-
traw of note Madeleine Ranaad, and Jean Louis Barrault,
celebrated producer, director, and actor of the French Thea-
ire and of numerous movies, many of which have been shown'
ori tho Isthmus In private life these stars of the French ,'
UHtnw wonii in ih, ut iamb Bsrrauu. ,- v
' The French Theatre Company is arriving from Mexico
where It presented six different plays at Mexico City's Teatro
de Bellas Arses at six different performances. v
.. They will leave early Sunday morning for Peru on the
second lap or their tour through
Dr. and If ri. Frank vSiymond
were hosts at a -barbecue at their
"Croix d Guerre" Holde "?et
Arrives - v'.-': v:
Mrs. Genevieve Eliacheff, 'Wife
of the -Commercial Councillor of
the French Embassy Boris Elia
cheff, has arrived from Costa
Rica.. Mrs. Eliacheff is one of the
fewwomen' who has been award awarded
ed awarded the Grand Croix do Guerre for
her ; work with 'the resistance
movement in France during the
Mr. and Mrs. Carrol von Harn-
Ish have announced the engage engagement
ment engagement of 'their daughter, Maris in
Fibrega, to Noiman Edgerton,
- son .of Mrs. Elens Edgerton and
. the late Mr, Edgerton at a private
gathering in Los Angeles, Califor California,
nia, California, -recently.
Diocesan Missioner of the Epis Episcopal
copal Episcopal Church, the Rev. N ol a n
G. Akers," returned yesterday on
the SS "Orangtistad" of the Royal
.: Netherlands -Steamship Xompany,
from a faction spent in Costa Ri Rica.
ca. Rica. During his stay there, -the Rev.
Akers was the house guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Hector McLean ol Esca-
- cu and San Jose. 4 V:-:: f'-,! 's.
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Leaves Foir South America
M'1 AwlilJal Macarron; who ? is
connected with the Panama Golf
Club,, has left for South America
for a vacation, t j
I Te Practice fn Colon "I -- i
Dr. Jrancisco-Papia is now av
. sociated .with Dr. Harry Eno; at
the Samaritan Hospital. Tne son o
the late Mr. Aneelo Papio. leading
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nephew of Dr Miguel Papio who
practiced to- Colon', f or. several
years ana nis now marnea : ana
retired to hve; in San Jtemo fialy.
MrfcBVirt Slaughter To Be.j
Honored A "Girl Of The JTear"
- At Dance Tonight' ."4
The girl that Cana Zone Beta
Chapter Cristobal of Beta Sigma
Phi will honor as their Silver An Anniversary
niversary Anniversary Girt of the Year it Mrs.
B. F. (Betty Jo) Slaughter of Gat Gat-un.
un. Gat-un. Canal Zone. Since this is Beta
Sigma-Phi's only Silver Anniver Anniversary,
sary, Anniversary, consideration was given be before
fore before the chapter wisely chose to
honor tne member wno mentea
the .snecial recoenition of beie
selected as the 1956 Girt -of th ejS:anish aMM At
I car-py .earning ura uiosi pumut
for service during the year. Betty
Jo is ia 'woman possessing high
qualities of leadership and intellec intellectual
tual intellectual interest -and encouraged all
members including pledge s to
work with- her on social, cultural,
and service projects . t ,'
Among her many : accomplish
ments she was directly responsi-
ble for the' successful "Breakfast
in Hollywood" in December and
was .awarded an international
prize for her story entry in' the
" Christmas Short Story and Poe Poetry
try Poetry Contest Come and see her at
our1 annual "Girl of the Year"
Dance at the Stangers Club in Co Colon,
lon, Colon, totiight at 1 p.m. Dance with
her to the music oi the 60th Army
Dance Band. Wear semi-- formal
attire. 'Admission $1.00 per person
Students presenting Student As Association
sociation Association cards will be adnfttte'd at'
a Pmrnii 2-0740 -.3-074 U
a jtoeciat trice of H.00 for boys
and then" S t'u dent Association
dates will De weicomen tree. Add Added
ed Added feature: door-. Oriiei with a
special door prize for students A
floor show will be presented for
Miss Elettra Marconi
Presents Musical Protrsm
Miss Elettra Marconi, -born In
Rome, who has studied at the
Conservatory in Rome with D A-
lessandro, presented a musical
program at the Spring Luncheon
of the Canal Zone College Club at
Albrook Officer's Club today at
L Miss Marconi has appeared in
concerts and in Opera in Rome,
one of her featured roles being
Gilda, in Rigoletto. In the United
States, Miss Marconi-appeared in
Concerts in Chicago,
"Mothor'a Day" Messages
With Mother's Day approaching
on May 12, servicemen and tbeir
dependents are reminded that
Mother s Day messages can be
sent via the amateur radio sta
tion, KZ5JW, at the USO JWB
Armed Forces Service Center.- Al
so, records may be made in 78
or 33 speed on Wednesday eve
USO-JWB Armed Forces
Service Center Will Hold Semi- -.-Monthly
Informal Dance ; '"
The semi-monthly informal
dance will be held at the USO-
JWB Armed Forces Service Cen Center
ter Center tomorrow at 8 p.m. i s v
The young ladies of tho- USO-
JWB uub will be present at this
dance. Candlelight atmosphere
and latest hit tunes will be en-
invitaflnW fc ovtAwo1 mtl
.. -vml.vwi n, urn-
itary personnel and their families
Cristobal-Margarita Civic Council
The regular monthly meeing of
we uisioDai-aiargariia i; l v i c
Council will -be held at the Marga Margarita
rita Margarita Service 'Center on Monday
evening at 7:30 p.m.
t All interested residents of the
Atlantic Side of the Isthmus are
asked to be present as many items
of general interest will- be discuss discussed.
ed. discussed. Your civic 1 council has been
very busy this oast month and of
ficers-would enjoy your presence
and participation in the many ac
tivities coming up in tne near fu
The Cristobal YMCA-USO
Enroll your children now for
Spanish -Classes at the Cristobal
YMCA-USO. Classes will be held
every. Tuesday and Thursday aft
ernoons irom to a. Classes for
adults also on Tuesday and Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evenings from 7 to p.m. For
all other information call 3-2163.
Weekend Program At
The Cristobal YMCA-USO -v
This Saturday nite at the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal -YMCA-USO a Band Dance
Dance will be held from 8 to 11
p.m. "Gardner's Band" will furn furnish
ish furnish the music and USO hostesses
will be present to dance with at attending
tending attending Servicemen. V I
Sunday afternnon the Cristobal
YMCA-USO will feature a Patio
Party starting at 3 p.m. A full
afternoon's entertainment will in include
clude include swimming, games, dancing,
&, 134, Pi
and picnic refreshments.-All serv servicemen
icemen servicemen .are invited.-
Atlantic Camera Crab Present
Annual. Salon Of Photography -'
1 Approximately ISO persons at
tended the Atlantic Camera Club's
Annual Salon of Photography
which was presented on Friday,
Saturday, and Sunday. This is one
of the, outstanding events of the
Camera Club ; year, presented in
an attempt to acquaint others with
the activities of the club. Black
and White prints 'were on display
throughout the weekend, and Color
Slides were projected each eve
ning, alter woicq refreshments
One of the major features of the
Salon Was the presentation of a a-wards
wards a-wards to the -makers o! the win winning
ning winning slides and. prints." Mr. Neil
ueuano, tne Club's president, was
awarded the "Print of the Year"
ribbon for his monochrome print
"Low Cost Housing.'.' First place
honors went to Mr. Louis Kaufer
in uass A of the Black and White
uivision with "Corner Confer
ence"; Mr. Chester Harrold in
Qass B. with "Bird Rock," and
Mr. H. T." McKenzie in the Por Portrait
trait Portrait Class With "Pat Flnma
Mrs. Norma Belland took first
place id the Color Division with
"Mary Ellen"; and Mr. Chester
Harrold won in the Nature Divi.
ion wiw -aonaey.-.i
Judging for this Salon was han
t ... m
Will remain closed from June 1.
i; Reopening for the hew dry r
' season will be announced
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FAHAMA AVIIUCA.N Alt
died by the Judging Service of the
rnotograpmc Society of America,
with prominent photographers
serving on tne judging panels.
The followina awards were ure-
sonted: Black and White D i v i-
sion uass A: Mr. Louis Kaufer,
u aur. Neil ttelland, second;
Mrs. .Norma Belland. third: Mrs.
Julia McKenrie, Mr. C. S. Towns-!
neno, and Mr. Louis Kaufer. hon
orable mention. Class: Mr.- Ches
ter Harrold, first; Mr. R. E. Par Parker,
ker, Parker, second: Mr. Chester Harrold.
third and Mr. R. Parker, hon-
A Portrait.' Mr. H. McKentie,
tirst; mr. 'tnocli Allen, second;
Mr. Paul Richmond, third: Mr.
PauT Richmond and Mrs. Ellen;
Mattison, honorable mention. Co Color
lor Color Division: Mrs. Norma Belland,
tirst; Mr. K. t Mattison, second;
Mr. H. T. McKenzie. third: Mrs.
Alberta Farreli, Mrs. Hilda Har Harrold,
rold, Harrold, Lr. Jesse Friese, and Mrs.
Julia McKenzie honorable m n-
tion. Nature Division: Mr. Chester
Harrold, first; Mrs. Julia McKen McKenzie,
zie, McKenzie, second; Mr. R. F. Mattison,
uuiu; nirs. a. I. Mc&enzie, Mrs.
juiia McKenzie, and Mr. ri. X.
Mckenzie, nonoiaoie mention.
Visitors attencong tne salon
were requested to cast their ballot
for the pictorial print uu
trait oi tneir cnoice. lne winners
m me Popmar-vote were: Mr. neil
Belland, witn "Mary lUlen," and
Mr. Louise Hauler with "egrets.
Church of, Latter Day, Saints
To bive Concert
The Church of -Jesus Christ of Lat
ter uay aainu (Mormon) wilt
present concert pianist, rrofessor
oeo Caruona m a oenefit concert
to be held Monday at 8 p.m. m
tne new chapel on Balboa itoau.
Tickets costing $1.00. will be avau-
ame trom meaioers. .
Orchid Chapter Officers And
Members Guests of Coral Chapter
The officers and members ot Or Orchid
chid Orchid Chapter NO..Q.E.S. of Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, will be the special guests of
Coral Cnapier Wo. 3 O.ji.S- at
uitu' rtguiar monthly meeting to
be neid on Tuesday.
The meeting at 7:30 will be pre
ceued oy a covered dish dinner
to woicn tne members are asked
to bring a generous dish of either
vegetables or salads.
The Worthy Matron, Mrs. Ma
rion a. brttene, and Acting wor
thy Patron, Curtis H. George, will
preside at tne business meeting.
The visiting officers will presiae
during tne ceremonv in lmua
Door Prises For Benefit'
Card Partv :
The door prizes for St Mary's
School PI A Card Party to be held
at the Ft. Amador Ouicer s Uub
on Tuesday will be a round trip
ticket to San Jose, Costa Rica and
a weekend at the Hotel tA Mana Manama.
ma. Manama. '.',. :
Many other prizes will be a a-warded
warded a-warded including a beauty treat
ment at JBrenda's Beauty Parlor
at the Hotel Tivoll, and a Guate Guatemalan
malan Guatemalan handbag. Ticket holders
need not be present to win; Admis Admission
sion Admission is one, dollar per person and
tickets may be purchased at the
door or from the school children.
Players should bring their own
jtsiivltt! n1 flamav. nana. V.
ireaauaa auw ivvi v sowvo
General Co-chairmen are Mrs.
Paul Swift and Mrs. Richard Din-
linger with Mrs. Henderson in
charge of refreshments and Mrs.
George Benedetti in chargs of
door prizes. t N
Unity Lodge No. 1064, D3P0E
To Hold Regular Session
Unity Lodge No. 1084 of IBPOE
Elks of w., held its regular ses
sion at the Paraiso Lodge Hall on
Friday beginning- at 7:30 n.m.
The arreater nart of this session
was dedicated to tne givmg of in-
Cup after Cjl
DfDETEXDENT DAILY KEWSPATEB
School Boy, 15Goes Berserk;
Kills Teacher- Wounds 2 More
SEAT PLEASANT, va v s
fUP) A 15-VMrlH hnnl hnv
went berserk with a rifle yester
day and killed one teacher and
wounded two others in a wild
shootinr ramnas t nran,lan4
m 1 o-
Park Junior High School here.
rouce said tne only reason they
could find for his actions was the
fact that he had been rebuked for
Ther identified the vmith a Ril-
hr Prevatte. who cam him nniv
recently from Raleigh, N.C.,
wnere ne was expelled for threat-
Scrap Sinks Junk
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v-uuicso nationalist ait iorce
planes sunk a "large size" armed
Communist junk and heavily dam-
sc auuuier roaay near uie is island
land island of Matsu, a Nationalist com communique
munique communique reported.
, vuiuuui4uc iaiu ine Ked
lunka wra nart nf m
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Chinese Communist vessels inte
cepiea oy a zugnt of Nationalist
The communique said the junks
upcuca lire on me planes and the
Nationalist aircraft ..(.i;..j
It said all Nationalist planes re-
luraw hi oase saieiy. ;
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ening a teacher with a knife. He
was capiurea oy local pouce while
attempting to flee.
The flurrv of rifle hnt tn ti.;.
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threw many of the youth's school school-mates
mates school-mates into hysterics. Several girls
ran sobbine intn th shnni
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vuicf wuuc iacea stuaents sat
frozen with horror.
- Police identified the slain teach teacher
er teacher as Frazer Cameron, 32, for formerly
merly formerly of Westfield, N.Y. Prevatte
DURlDed bullets intn Ta
heart and head. The teacher died
immediately before the eyes of
his eighth grade students.
The wounded were Dan Warner,
the school baseball coach who was
shot in the side in the office of
Principal John Hrezo, and Robert
Hicks, a seventh grade teacher,
who was wounded in the hand
while investigating the cause of
Wagner was taken to the local
hospital where he was in undeter undetermined
mined undetermined condition. v' .
The shootinff tank nlaxa ohnrtlu
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before noon as the youngsters
were preparing to go to lunch.
According to police and school
authorities, Prevatte arrived at
school this morning after having
been absent Thursday. He was
told to report to the principal's of
fice. Hrezo told him to go home
and get a doctor's excuse.
Angered by a recent reprimand
for missing an assignment, police
saidv the youth went home, obtain obtained
ed obtained a rifle and returned to the
school in the f amilyx car.
According to w i t n e s s e s, he
drove the car into a fence sur surrounding
rounding surrounding ? a school contraction
oroiect and fired a fiisillaria nf
round- ing a School construction
workers who dodged behind other
. Shouting defiance at the work workers,
ers, workers, the youth stalked into the
school apparently in search of
Hrezo. He ran. to the second floor
where Cameron was ordering his
eighth grade students to clear
their desks preparatory to leaving
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According to Billy Moore, 13, a
student in the class, Prevatte
shouted at Cameron and fired a
shot from the open doorway.
"Mister Cameron grabbed his
head and cried out," Billy said.
"Then there was another shot
and Mister Cameron fell in back
of the desk."
Prevatte ran down the corridor
and entered the principal's office.
Witnesses said he announced that
"I'm going to kill anyone in here
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At this point, they said, Wagner
walked in. The boy fired one blast
into the coach's chest.
He fired another shot at Hicks
who had rushed down the corridor
to find out what was going on.
The bullet nicked his hand. The
youth then fled the buildings j
.As he reached the street, he.
was subdued by the construction
workers.. They took away his rifhi
and turned him over to the police.
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Custom Suits Coming Back
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GETTING riTTED for a new suit at the Arthur M. Rosenberg
vw. iiiva ui cw ivrn. u jacn raar, uns-iv cpmeoian.
By DICK KLEINER
NEW YORK -(NEA) The
made-to-measure suit is coming
back. Around the country, there
aeema to be a big gain in popu popularity
larity popularity for the garment that is
tailored from whole cloth precise precisely
ly precisely to your measurements. -And
there l good reason for it, too
Marshall Harrison, of the old
f New Haven, Conn., tailoring firm,
' Arthur M. Rosenberg Co. cites
three good reasons why a made-to-measure
suit it i sensible
1. There Is a greater selection
ef material you generally can
, --pick from hundreds of belts of
z. Tou can express your own
; individuality of style cheese the
:, type of pockets, buttons, other dt-
, tail yeu- like. y
. J. The fit is better.
That last is obvious, but it needs
a little amplification. When you
, buy a ready-made suit, you are
pitting yourself against the aver-
! age figure. Ready-to-wear suit
manufacturers, of course, design
their garments for the national
average. And there rarely is a
Perfectly average man. ....
While you may be a 38-regular,
'you may vary just enough from
, the average 38-regular so the suit
doesn't fit exactly. In little things
like the width of the trousers and
sleeves and lapel, your figure may
. ,be just enough unaverage to throw
the whole garment oil.
1 1 Thus, even though a made-to-..
measure suit costs approximately
;15 to 20 per cent more than a
I. ready-made suit, it's a good buy.
-Proper fit means longer wear; im improper
proper improper fit hastens the wearing out
.of vulnerable spots like cuffs and
"sleeves and knees. i
., But in case you still feel you
-like ready-made suits, Harrison
' 'has a tip or two for you.- These
, Should help you get the .best fit
", 1. Make sure the coat complete
ly covers the crotch. When you re
, standing with your hands at your
side, the bottom of the coat should
come to the first knuckle' on your
..middle finger. s
. 2. The width of the trousers at
the cuff should be in direct pro proportion
portion proportion to the size of your feet
. non t get narrow trousers with big
3. Most shoulders 'are unequal
4. A place to be careful of good
fit is in what tailors call the; "rise"
that's the space from the erotrh
up to the belt. Be sure it's not too
small that's uncomtonable
or too Dig that .looks baggy.
a. it long wear is important to
you, me most durable fabric is
good hard worsted.
e. borne fabrics like tweed tweed-look
look tweed-look bigger than they are. If
you're getting one of these big big-looking
looking big-looking fabrics, be sure the shoul shoulders
ders shoulders and lapels aren't overly large
ro start witn, otherwise you'll look
like a tent.
But, if you can, get yourself a
maae-to-measure suit. It's worth it
OFF THE RACK: The Jewelry
Industry Council says no man's
jewelry box is complete without
a items most of which are ob
vious.. But I bet you didn't know
you snouid nave a gold latch key
. . If you think you're wearing
more sports shirts than before.
you're right. The National Cotton
Council of America has figures to
prove n while the sale of dress
shirts has declined since '47,
sports shirt production has almost
trebled in the same period .
First glimpse of new fall sports sportswear,
wear, sportswear, at the McGregor showing,
has the accent on bulky sweaters,
new button-down sports shirts,
knee-length tweed sports coats
and thick, ..fleecy, Orion lining in
the heavier sports coats.
Crazy For Saddles
CHICAGO nni a rhioaoA
inventor and manufacturer says
he's selling more saddles for liv living
ing living room cowboys than any one
U. S. manufacturer is selling for
The manufacturer (Haskell Ben
son) caters to TV-crazy junior
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He makes a real leather.
tomer-made saddle seat, complete
wiin concnos, leatner ue strings,
bedroll and bright saddle blanket.
us mounted on a stationary tri'
pod. he says, so the kids can't fall
Off no matter how wild the rhas
Be sure the fitter takes that into) or rugged the terrain in the West-
consideration. , era screen thriller.
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(Fed-wen tteps and rag he Usee.
Bepairs woold leavt Bit home like new.
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"How Not to Get Ahead
By UICK CAVAlU
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CHASED A FULL DRE55 U1T
AWO HlfJTtf AT TRUTTIhkS UP
THE AI6LE WITH A BRIDE
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HE'5 HAVING MORE FUMTUAd A
MONKEY IN A SWITCH TDVJER.'
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HANNIBAL'S BSfi AUOUND
A FEW PLACES INCE HE
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: Church cf Christ
- t. B Milton Enneeliet
BALBOA: OSol. iialboa Road.
Services Sunday MM am 1148 ami
i w pro.
C&iSIuBAL: American Lesion HslL
Srvict Sundav 18 :00 am 1140 ami
suo ABAjot now tie. am ui st
SunuaV 4:30 Ml
. UNIT ASIAN
Aacoa Blvd. ft
urn. I i
COCOU BAPTIST CHVBCB
SU Untja Roa
- Oravar t balboa
ataxia- School ,:
worsbiD li:uu am.
"" a,uu nm.lm Hiinrtav
Vrayc- .Meeting ... v
Aacb Wednesday .......
MMflaJ each month ....
Spiiuon Bible School
. (A LI,
I M p-i
7 J0 pJB.
flltSt BAPTIST CSUKCB
Balboa Heii&ta, U. 16. I
ta Ancoo Boultvaro
Drawer "B" Balboa Helfbta
PhoM Balboa 17
. anniaaa H Bln. Paitat
Sunday acBuai ....... M UA
Mornina WorahlD ......... 10:4a a.0
Baptlat Trajnlnt Uuloa fjM PJA
lanteltatto Serrtce ........ 1O0 a
mum BlM SHiita 'Aiiira
ebwa 140 OJA
Men Brotherhood (M
' llonday tn month) IM 0
V IST BAPTIST CHt'RCH
Margarita Avenue at Sih Street'
'Bav. J. Si. Haulbnak, Pasta
Baptist Training Onion......
Brotherhood, Tuesdaya ......
Prayer Services, Wednesdays
W.M.U, 1st Srd Fridays
G.A.. H Aw ft Sunbeams,
. Fridays t
0:30 p m.
7 AO o m.
t -JO pjn.
' THt PACIFIC SUM ','
- t AN AM A CITV - -
Captain ft Mrs. H. Grant
l Feoruury Street. PhonS: 24-20054
11:00 Uulineas Meeting.
3:00 oi.nday School.
, 7 M Sslvauoa Matting
LA BCCA C.Z. ' .,
Lieutenant Pansy Campbell
Building No. 1000, Phone: 2-285J
11 M Soilness Meeting.
3:00 fun day School. r
' 70 Saivation Meeting.
PARAiSO, CJS. .
Envoy ft Mrs. C U Hsislay
11 .-00 H')lnesa Meeting.
3 00 Si'Tiday School. . ,,
149 Salvatloa Meeting.
, V XtU ATLANTIC SIJDX
Benfer tapk sad Mrf. C. MooBsawaiy.
lam aueei. rnone: -(.
11:00 Holiness Meeting.
1 40 Sunday School.
1:30 Salvation Meetins V
COLON 1H1RU STBELT STBELT-.
. STBELT-. 8Captaln Syslin Taylor,
, 11:00 Holiness Meeting,
3:00 Sunday School.
T-J0 SkivaUon Meeting'
RAINBOW CTTT, CX. '
Bavey J. Cia '
fit. Kitts and Jamaica Street
11:80 Hs'mesa Meetlnav
. 3 :00 Pt nday School. '
1:10 Salvation Meeting.
, Wbera all Pretestants esspetaia
" aaity la saseatials, liberty ha
asaeausoi aaa eaar.ry ta au
I I HA ATLANTIC SIDR
, 0:45 Church School
: ; 11:00 Worship Service.
' 1:45 p.m. Sr. Youth FoDowahlp.
The Kev. feu fL W. OUndai, Pastor.
I ruuue a-ivaa.
10:41 Worahie ssrvtea SAd CblaTeMlmt
$ M Youtk rtilewshha.
Ihs Rev. Ottat W. Ohea, Pafto?
i Palbea Rd. at San Pablo St
1 Pnone Z.14KA Chimh nw s.ia
.'40 Church School Free bus ssrvtsa
Paraonaa ruaMiaalMi Rmm
1130 Worship Service The tjtoanded
Seuion for Nursery, Amd.iriL
Fr raarv and Junior Danu.
ujurcn-ume nursery tot CAJJdreB
8 00 Jujiior-Hlsh Fellowshtn.
S r4Post.Hiyh Fellowship.
IiW Seuier-tigb reUowthip.
It. Walker U AMartmi UI.M
Otfice Phona -4;-Beideoce Ptises
I t:H am Church School.
: : ia--4 am Morning Worshla Sarvlaa.
.It. J, a
nut mrTHomsi cHUBca
, : (Bntkb Coruareneel
: lev. Wiitiam H. Armrona
Uth At- Panama f
11 IA Morning Prayer and
?.w B aa ciuioay owsool
:li a m. lvi'- pra vet sad Sarraoa
ry p.,,,m,.....l tWUin.
1iA Ausal and Meimdsi Avenue,
i ColW. j ..
Bae. Sawiiw! aVai.M snu
.3o a m.-aonilnf berylce aaa Boll
tin. Sunday School.
7:15 pnt Svesung Ssrvlea.
.. ftioly Communion lit Sundays)
laooday, 140 p.m. Prayer iiaatinp,
KBKNKZKH MkTHOIMSI CHUBUf
Rainbow City. Ct
i f ev. Samuel walaen. Miniates
Buuoay tMrvieas k am ana e.ia am
fujwav School fur all age at J0 nja
; "Yaw iBvltatleei Te PTaniliia.
VusMay 7 pjo. Prayai Meeliug.
v itr ji ii
Cbartbaa el the mar faiths h flit Caaet Zees, aaa tko renaiaal
crfies at Peaaeva aaa Celea. Republic of Paaeam, aireae) vttceaw
I B tmm re mm sad wmm at the erased mnkm, end H chOiat
aeeghksc. trieed as etrsegsrs.
A awbttr service, tee Tb Nmm Anserkee list Mm, by
daeeiaeraee. Mticw et tain et arership sad etbet refeicH acrivitiea.
Urtiift art attM freea ttsse ta Han. DeaeiataeHeas bevta
esriy aaa esapreeetiea a ere bated aatfet "Orb Cbarcbas And
Services." A spatial lutief a) Jacladed ft mnwn at Amy pasts,
Ai rVrce besot eid Hml states.
Hitman, cava secretariae east chaplains an as to hrterai
tba awt steak i writmp by Wedamd.y aaaa at tht lata At aay
taaaaai la laa caaiiafl Star4ay (buNh fata.
CtUftbTIAM aCUACk UUlKtUr
flrai Church at Cartel Scianuet Aacor
s- 540 Aaeoo Boulevard.
Sunday 11.00; rVednaedav M 0 0-Sundav
Sundav 0-Sundav School a:10 a.n
Am leerca a Chnu, BeiaaUat, CrtsleeaJ
. Uu t-treei bollvai uirw
unrtot ticnnnl af am
Sunday 11 M a-L Wtdneiday IM a m
ST. HABrS CHUBCH SIboa
Sunda liuaaei IM, I Ml UM
15 OB a.m.
.Holy Day Maaua: m um w
nil &An n m.
Confauions: Saturday. 3:M lo 10
and 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday, befort
aim Friday: f :ua w a:w pin pin-Ulraeuloua
Ulraeuloua pin-Ulraeuloua lladal Nov ana; IM B
fo Monday 1 -
i catacnim euau anar ua a:u bw
Hi ah Sebool Study Cluk pja. on
SACKED HEAKT Aaeaa
Rnnda lUcua: I ii. 7:30 A Stl a.m.
Holy bay aiaaaaa: tii a ai. anj 1:00
rnnfnna: Saturday 1:30 to 140 and
7:15 to 0:00 p.m. Tburaday balort rirat
Friday 7:00 pra.
Sacred Heart Devotion : 1AQ pm as
catecniaa uuaat a:u la : ia
Tburaday... ... ....
OUB LADI op rATiMA-Coraada
Sunday Mass at 1:00 a.m.
Holv Da Man at l:S0 n.n.
Confeaaiona: 0:00 to 1:45 p.m. aa Sat.
.I..M ... ........
catacnum ciaaa: saturoay w u
to, -- ...
ST. JOSEPH Parataa
Sunday liassaa at 7.-00 and 1:15 ajav
Holy Day Maaa at 0:00 pnt
Weekday Maaraa: ..KM am.
Confassiona: Saturdav t-M to 4 Jo and
1:30 to 7:00.
Catachum Qaaa: Sunday IM to am
jHiracuioup aieoaj norenai i :w pa.
Inatructionii Thunday TdO
" ST. TTNCENrS-Paiiamt City
Sunday Masses: 0:00 and 0:30 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 8:30 and 5:00 e ra.
(It It falls on Saturdav the Masses are
t:ro ana b:su a.m.)
Confessions: Saturday am to 1:00 ana
7:00 to 1:00 p.m. Thursdays before First
Friday i:3U p.m.
Miraculous 'Medal Novena and'Sta-
tions of the Cross: Frldav 740 D.m.
Catechism Class: After 1:30 mass 00
convert Claass f :3i p.m. xuesday ana
Holy Day Mass: 0:00 am.
: 0:00 aa. lit It taOs
on Saturday 8:30 -a.m.)
Catechism Uaas: 1.38 to am pa. si
uom ess oris: :uo to sso a.m. aunaay.
T. JOHN BAPTIST DI ii SAIXt
-' Parvus Lefsvrs
Sunday Masses: 0:30 and 1:30 a.m.
Week Dave Maas: 0:30 Mon. Thure.
Frh snd SaL First Friday mass: 1:00 am,
Holy Day Massse: a:oo s so. ta atoo
'"confessions: 1:30 to 4-JI tad 7:00 to
8:00 p.m. on Saturday.
Miraculous usaai novena: snoay ii
cateymsm (;iass: i:w p.m. on suneay
Convert Class: Monday 7 JO p.av
ST. THERKSFS La
Sunday Mass: 7:00 a.m.
Holv Day Mass: 1:30 a.m.
Confessions: Saturday 6:30 to 7 SO Sin
I Thursday before First Friday $30 p.m..
catachiam class; :is ajn. en sunaav.
Sacred Heart Novsnai 7:00 cm. o
cooven Kiaan oao pm ea inuraaay,
' Sunda v Massest B. 1:00 and 0:13 a.m.
Holv Dav Masses: 5:45 snd 1:00 ajn.
land 5:45 p.m.
confessions', saturoay 4:00 to g:D0 and
I3M ta a:uv p.m.
I Miraculous Medal Novanai Wednesday
f:15 and 7:00 p.m.'
Haerea nean novena: maay in pJn,
Sunday Evenlns Services 7:00 D.m.
Convert Class: 7:15 ta. ea M on dan
Icatecnism biass: nunaay io:u a.m. to
11:45 a.m. 3:00 pjn. to 4:00 p.m.
f irst rrldsy Exposition of Most Bhas-
jed Sacrament all day. Reposition at 5 JO
Jajn. Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotions ta but udv
lot Fatlms The Holy Rosary 4:00 a.m.
v First Communion Innruetions for ehJU
Idren Mondays and Thursdays 1:00 to
Sundav Masses: 7:00. 0:00 and 10:10 ajn
I Holy Day Msassa: :00. 1:00 sjd. and
15:15 p.m. T
confessions: Saturday ano to 5:00 snd
7:00 to 1:00 pro. After Bosary each eve-
iraeulous Medal Novena t
i:v p.m. on Monday.
uteemsm uaaa:. An s:na vn cm
IMdsy KxpoelUon sQ day during
the School Year. .
First Saturday; Mass ot 1:00 am.
HOLT FAMILY CHURCH Msriartta
0U11UO1T IIIMBBI'B M 1MI tintl VI aa M
Holy Day Masses: 0:00 am and 15
Confessions! 0:00 la S-flfl mn 4ia
a.w stJn. oaiuraay. f
Miraculous Medal Novena I 740 p.m.
Church Hlstarv OranH ann eiio.
at IM pm. 1 .. .' v
Teen-Aaga Clubi 730 pm on Wodnes.
Catechism C!it 440 pm. Thunday.
First Frlriv Dvn(inna- 7AA
Lj.'T,S,.S2!U0B urou avery Frt-
ST. TtsrrxT B I.k m.
Sunday Maasessi a jo a aa. ,A s-m
Holy pay Masses: 8.-00 a m. mnA asn
Confacalnnaf a -no a r -m j mM
uaiecnim class: 10:43 a m. on Sunday.
Convert C sis every. Mnnita.t i An
Mirseulous Martal Dim..,
Inn Ti.rf. B
Sacred Haarf 'liot., a
aoaia; a.'ia ajn.
noiy uay Mass: 5:60 p
coniessiona: aa la. J Yin ... u
irrri.. b. aw
Vatacblsm Class: 4:00 p.m. at Monday
OUB LADY OP GOOD COUNIIX
Sundav Manna- i ui a a.u
noiy Day Maasaa: 0:00 J atn
ConfMlons Saturday at 7M am'and
slier aU evening devotions
Miraeuloua Medal Nia V4ia
Ion Tuesday. "
sacred Heart Novena i 7:00 pm on
Sunday School: S30 pm. ea 8unday.
Reliriniia lnlmr.t inn ri. -i
Idren: 4:00 p.m. on Thursday.
I Rellflious fnatmrlm. j..u.
P""10'1 1!v O-O) on Mon.
. loavert irudrnetlont by sppolntmeirL
The Rt. Bav. B. Heber Cssdea, 8.I O,
The Very Bav. At Bichard HarnoBald
' ANC1IN. CJ.
THjt CATHKDRAL OF ST. LUKB
.... SUNDAYS ;., ..
1:30 a re holy Communion. -t'JO
s a Rants Communion (tth Sun.
. eay. .'
:15 .-lu Church School. .
0:45 m. Eacuela Dnminfral.
11-00 aai. Morning Prayer and Sermon.
. Holy communion. (First Sun.
IM pas. Averring Prayer and Sermon.
8 .30 a m. Holy Communioa.
7.-00 pro. Evening Prayer.
-00 s rs Holy Communion.
I30sm Holy Commutuoo.
0:15 IBk Mornlna Pravar t
li-M Mi.da Missionary Prayers
vuva v uua VAVIUUM
Third Street New Cristobal
The Rev. aliltnn a rb... u...
Holy Communioa 7:30 s m.
Church School tJ0s.nt
snd Sermon 11:00 ajn.
aunaay. rioi Msnmunionl
Vesper Service and
XOUUl SrllAwahii, aM
WEDNESDAYS " ""
noiy communion ,. g JO am.
Choir Rehearsal .,..., 7J0 pm.
im nijer star au people.
Ckntph mt at
roe v Bav. WUliasa w. Baldaia,
Family Praver and Chnrrh SWAni
Morning Prayer and Sermon U ate
(H C. first Sunday in Month).
Evening Prayer. 730 p.m.
Weekday Praver 0:00 am.
; Chspel of the Good Shepherd
Bev. Clarence fr.-ilsyas
tM am Cvsry rriday; Monung rray
H.& 1st, fTWay.i
Si. AlnMn'a r-hn.. :
The Rev. John Spear, Priest la Charge
Morniia Pravar. lat and Srd 7 l
Sundays- 1040 Am.
Hn v nmniiinlAn asnal Caai.
mon. 2nd and 4tb Sundays ,, 10:30 a.m.
punoay ecnooi s:w p.m.
Youth Fellowship 8:00 pm
Evenins Pravar fiUt nm
Girls' Friendly Seder ...
t M pm
Evening Prayer and Sermon
Holy Ci.mm union ;0t sm.
Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd and
tth Thursdays IM am
St. Veter'a rhnrrh
The Rev. John Spear. Priest In Charge.
Choral Eucharist and Sermon 7:00 a m.
Mornins Pravar and Church aVAnnl
Children's Busbsrilt Srd Sundays' 10
Holy Baptism 1:00 pm -a.
Evensona and Sermon 740 nm.'
MONDAVI THRU SATURDAYS 'C.r
noiy v.tmmunion 7:90 am.
svenms rraycr 1 :00 i.m.
except Saturdavt. Comnlina 7 SO tv rr.
in xuaauAis at sra MONDAYS
woman Auxiliary ....... 1J0 p.m.
Chnrrh of St Margaret
Cornet of Espavd Ave, Biazoa Blvd.
The Kl. Milton A. Cooksoa. Paatai
a :30 a tor. Chnrrh firhnnl
0:30 am Morning Prayer snd demon
im oiwoays, Holy communion)
30 nm Confirmation Irutmctions.
. raiAi aax't ....
' Chanel of The Holv fJamfarl
vea.. L, B. Shirley, Priest la Chans
Every Tuesday 8:30 a.m. Holy Com.
8t Alban's Chorea
Shi Bev. David A. Oa borne,
Priaat In Chare
8:00 a.in. Choral Eucharist ft Sarman
ii. m iioju inrani Baptism
1:00 vim Church School
(held in Buildina 131)
5.00 pjn. Youth Fellowship -7
AO n m. Everworrf and AdnVesa.
2nd AND Srd WEDNESDAYS
7:30 pis. Women a Auxiliary and Al-
isr iiuiia meeting.
" St. Paul's Chinch
Ths Vert. Lemael B. Shirley, Rector
The Rev. rita B. AtwelL faaaeaa
0:00 a.m. Holy communion
t oo ia Suna Eucharist Sermon
10:45 am. Morning Prayer and Church
12:00 nocr Holy Baptism
7:00 run. Solemn Vaanara
g SO a m Holv Communioa
0:00 is Holy Communioa
1:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
1:30 i m. Holy Communion
8:00 a. ii. Holy Communioa.
' CHRIST CHURCrT BT-THX4KA
Colon, a de P
(OppoMts Hotel Waxhtngtont -The
Ven. Mamert I. Peternon, Bactas
The Bev. Henry A. Blake
' IM am Holy Communioa.
8:00 sm. Chorsl Eucharist and Benson.
10:30 s.m. Church School Session.
7:30 pm Solemn (verwong and Ser-
80 am Holv Communioa.
. 1-M p.m. Evening Prayer and Baiiuaa
fju pm noviit loniirmauon usss
848 pm Praver Guild, j
am Children' Ettchsrlst
1048 s.m Junior Confirmation Clan
7 JO pm Compline and Meditation,
8:08 am Holy Communion,
Charth of St. Mary, the VTrgta
. The Bev. John A. Spaldlas,
" Priest la Charaa
Sung tucharist 730 am
Chur-:h School ........... 8:45 sm
Evens' mr and Sermon .... 7d0 n m
Holy Communion. ........ 7:00 am
SL George's Cbartb
The Rev. Jeha A. Bpaldlag,
Priest us Charaa
1st AND Srd SUNDAYS
Holy Ccmmunion ......... 848 OJB
2nd AND 4th SUNDAYS
and Serrron 848 0m
Church School, each tun. 10:38 am
'' : ": BIO ABA JO ..
St Cbrrrtepkers Caere h.
18 St Parana lfewe
Ta Bev. Clarence W. Hares,
Priest in Charaa
Moty Cotnmumor ... 1-SO a m.
suiiuay otoooi to jo am
""Arnr,Miraa aVartnaana.. m
BaDUarna. 8 ta 8 am. fruf A llm
Averuns rreer rnbla Shade a am
1st and 3rd Sundays.
WAmaMte a.,-i i..n anal a. sn. a. ..
Ivensoni and rrmon .... 730 pm
- Oth'si Church.ss
CHIRCH OP THE NAZARFJSg
Ancon, C Z.
Minister: Bev. Ehaes a Neboa
Box is. Ancoo. CZ. Balboa Ma
Sunday School ........... 0:45 aja
... 10:30 aja
xoulh Service ............ 0 4 pjn
Evening Service 1:30 pm
NTM.S. Service 100 pm
Prayer Meeting, Wed. 1:30 nm
. RATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama R-P., 33rd Street East
............ am p.m.
Sunday Masses ..; 1. 1:45 114
ooox. aurv kuadaj. acaua
Meetilias Thurarlava. at 7 "in n m mnA
ounyaji ai, .w pm. w its Memorial
800 BalUa Boad. Balboa.
CHURCB OP JESUS CHRIST
OP LATTK8-DAT SAINTS (Manaoat
Sunday meetrnei In tha JWn.u!sn. la
oaca noaa. Hairxm. immirt and Friaai.
hood 8:30 a.m. Medina: Sundav SchooL
ss a.m.i sacrament weeunjL ioo am
, Atlaatie Branch
Building 300. Schoolhousa Road.
Claliin. r'anal 7wi.
telephone, Gatun 364 or C'l'Ubal 2897
bunday school 10:00 am Sunday Sac
-ement Id retina S:M nm Priechnnri
Meetini 0:30 D.m. Wednaadav Prinary
6:30 run, Wednesday Pallet sodety meet.
uia aa announceo.
VvBUNOb rBOTESTAN1 :
lev. Paul Holloway, Pastor
' Office, Curundu S105 '- i
Home, Curundu 7118
Sunday School 1:43
Morning Worship 11 am
Youth Meeting ., ...... 8 p.m.
Evening Worship 7 p.m
OLD CAIUOLIC CHURCH
St Raphael The Arcbaasel -'
Uth 8t West No I
Holy Buchariati Sunday at 138 a m
Tuesdays Wadnaadava and rhuradava
Sacramanl et Unction IHeallna her.
vice) First Sundav of each month at
730 om. v
Meant Ha II bet: Chrlstlaa Chart
Panama B, p
Ht Hsv. T. s-nes. O. O Blahop
Momlni devoUn- ai
Fellowship Worship at
iemday School at
uivue oervice as
54 Finrl Street .f
Urbanteadoo FJ Carmen. Panamt City
tntormai Talks and Oucuasloas
rhursaays ,.8:00 pm
Celoa, 8tb ft Freat Streets
famtarra Aaaerlraai aSatsaavl v
Study Ciaas...,,.Thumdve, 130 Aa
. BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
" Xspalaba St, Paraiso, C Z.
Rev Waldaba H. Steuarl, Paster
Sunday: 11:00 a.m. Worship Service.1
8:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:15 pjn. Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Young People's Society
Wednesday: 7:30 Mld.week Chriatlar
Fellowship. ",..: y-
'i nursday: I mi Choir Rehearsal.
Friday: 1:30 Worn en 'a Miaainnarv In.
clety. ..,.., ... ... ,.v ,
TUB CHURCH OF GOD
7031 Eighth 8treet Celoa
Rev. r.. W. nranriiaim. Paalae
Sunday Schol 0-30 am.
Morning Worship .......t..t, 10:30 sm.
Nignt Service-. ...... 730 pm
FIRST CHURCH OF 600""
Cor. Jamaica and' Trinidad Shi.
: Rainbow City, Canal Zona
Bev. G. W. Oraadiaaa. Pastor
Morning Worship: .. f. ...... 0 00 g jn.
Sunday School 10-30 am,
Night Service ,J: pjn
THE CHURCH OP GOO
New Providence i
Mrs. Maude Hines. Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 a m
Morning Worship ., 11:00 a.m.
Night service ............... 7:30 pm
THE CHURCH OP GOD
Cor. 'W and Mariana Aroeemena Its.
Rev. Wis. J. Johnson. Pastor
Sunday School .............. 8:30 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:30 am
Night Service ..,. 730 pm
THE CHURCH OF GOD Rio Asajs
monie use lire new lain bl ;
i Bev. Wis. J. Johnson. Paster
Sunday Schoo 8:30 am
Morning WorahlD 10:30 am
Night Service ............... 730 pm.
CHUBCB OP THE FOURSQUARE
r (Full Gospel) v
' ' BALBOA
At Rebecca Lodee. Balboa Road at La
Boos Rd. Rev. snd Mrs. carl v. Thome
Sunday School .....
Morning Worship ...
Youth Service ,...
... 6:30 p.m.
... 7:15 pm.
CHURCH OP GOD (Penteeoetat)
Rev. B. E. Wataon, Overseer
Phone 8-428, Bos 253, Gamboa
Churchea at Paraiso. CZ. (Rev. and
Mrs. Herman O. Whyte), Colon, R.P. I
(Rev. Fernando Lorence), Rio Aba Jo
(Rev. pnd Mrs. Charles Haynea), snd
cativa tev. ana Mrs. utnora uresvesi,
Sunday snd weekdays sarvices at all
Posts and Bases
Sunday School .......,........
Morninl Worshln 10.00
Church-Time Nursery School.... 10:00
Sundav School IBuUdini MA
Morning Worship ..10:15
Wednesday Evening Prayer Meet Meet-Ins
Ins Meet-Ins snd Bible Claas ......... I JO
Sunday School (Building No.
711) : 8:30
Morning Worship 10:45
Evenins Worsliin J 8 M
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASS
Sunday School 8:30
aouii niDie uiass (NCU Club).. :ao
Morning Worship ........8:15 ft 10:45
Youth Fellowship .............. 8:30
Eevenlna Wnrshio 7:30
V. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Stmday School 8:30
Morning Worship ., 1140
Holy Communioa First Sunday
Uth ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
noiy communion (ulaeopajl,.. 730
Morning Worship 8:00
Holy Communion. First Sunday
. of Jdontb) ...
Daily Mass .r...........
..8 JO ft
iatly Mass ...,...,.
56 Ohio Convention Delegates
Set To Be Picked Up By Ike
COLUMBUS, 0 May 5-(UP)
President Eisenhower will pick
up 58 convention delegates in
Ohio next Tuesday, but Demo
cratic Gov. FranK J. Lauscne,
"favorite son" candidate, ha a
fignt on his bands.-
The Republican delegates are
pledged to Sen, John W. Brlcker
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Daily Mass 0:00
Saturday Mass 7:00
Sunday Masses 7:45 ft 11:45
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Daily Mass 4:00
Sunday Mass 8:30
Saturday 3 .00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School 1:45
Morning Worship 11:00
Midweek Fellowship. Thursday.. 730
Sunday School ................. -45
Morning Worship 11:00
Youth Fellowship. Sunday ..... :00
O S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Sunday scnool 0:30
Morning Worship 11:00
noiy communion First; Sunday
. of Month)
Daily Maa .,... v.... i:jo
Sunday Mass o-30
Confessions. Sunday ........... 3:45
Dally Mass w. .................
Confessions. Saturday ...1:00 ft
U S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Sole
Services to U Churches
"i r .- t.1- .-Sabbath
Sabbath .-Sabbath School 0:30 a.m. -Divine
Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth's Meeting 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday Bible Study and
Service 7:30 n m.
Pacific Side Panama ft Balboa District
Pastor W. H. Waller Tel. 28 a 3.10K
t-abo Verde. Ave. J. r. Am 1. n... v.
11 .... .. ..1.
Chorrillo 25th No. 27
STieOlO NUSVO .2-A AL hriva
ajiu etll Ota. ...
Balboa Chanel 0844 O.uiHn nri a.i.
wm lodiuruav onivi.
Spanish Churches. Pansmi and
. rj f .. . J'.
Crlatesels District -v,
Pastor Ruben Hula
; Panama, Calle Darlen No. 1 ;
Cristobal." 16th r Bolivar Ave.
Gamboa ft Frijoles. v
District Pastor A. k, Grtule'
Tel. No. 0-102
Gamboa Praitt Parkway Frljole.
Atlantic Side CoMa and
Pastor Neblett-Tel. 8 828
u Co,'L 8Id-8f: cnt, v' Crlittd.
bal 18th ft Bolivar Ave.
, Central office.' GavUan Road-Tel. 2-
Jowirt woifare Board Bid. 782-X La
SSf" 'V B?'"" CZ. Ribbl Nathan
Service Frldav. 040 ua. a.,..
S30 p m
(See aie listlngi of Jewish eervlca
unlet- Posts. Bases and Stat on).
Congresarion Kol Shearftb Israel Ave.
nlda Ciibj snd Mth Street Bella Vista.
. ama vi. earviDse s:uv pm
REEDEMER LUTHERAN CITURCB
Balboa Bead at Wight Street
Bev. Robert F. Gussick, Paste
' P O. Box 80S, Balboa.
Sunday School, Bible class 840 am.
Divine Service 10:15 s.m.T
Divine Servica at Uare.rH. a.n.4..
; The Tampico Model 2V3K
of Ohio, who has been Instructed
to release the delegates to Mr.
The COP used the t'favcrite
son" candidate in a holding ac action
tion action because Mr. Eisenhower
had not announced for re.
election when the Feb. 8 dead deadline
line deadline for' entering the. Ohio con contest
test contest passed.- ;
Lausche faces contests for
eight of the 58 Democratic dele
gate votes, lie tost one delegate
who was disqualified.
In Cleveland, the vovernor's
long-time political foe, Ray Mil Miller,
ler, Miller, chairman of the local Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic organization, entered a
slate of seven delegates to op oppose
pose oppose LaUSChe'x Presidential hirl I
Another challenge to Lausche!
was raised by former U.S. Rep.
wiiuam Thom or Canton, a
candidate for delegate in the
lfjth congressional district.
Elsewhere, the Lausche slate
of delegates will be chosen with without,
out, without, opposition, i
A number of heated contest!
for governor, lieutenant govern
nor, and attorney -general have
stirred the voters and It was ex ex-pected
pected ex-pected that about 1,487,900 per persons
sons persons would vote. This is about
40,000 short of the all-time rec record,
ord, record, set in 1952.
Meanwhu sen. Estes. Kefau Kefau-ver
ver Kefau-ver goes to Indiana ody to
tnv to hrpnt.ha
state's dull' presidential nrefer-
rne Tuesday primary shapes
up as a oopularitv contest he-
tween: the Tennesseean, unop unopposed
posed unopposed on the Democratic ballot,
and President Eisenhower, fac.i
ing token opposition on the Re-1
publican side. i
Kef auver camDalenincr will be
limited to a one-da v swina I
through three Hoosier cities tc-1
Travelling by plane he sviili
appear at Evan.iville snrl Frank
lin and wind up with an Indian- i
apolis television speech and a!
visit to a local party dance. I
PoUtical leaders on both sides I
of the fence are overlv-aDathetip.l
about the whole affair. I
Some of them dislike the idea I
of having rank-and-file voters I
tell them how national conven convention
tion convention votes 8hould.be cast. Others!
regard it as a waste of time and I
money since there are no con-i
tests to ghout about. I
Kefauver's suppor t e r & ar6
working for a big vote in hopi'si
that that will keep 26 Hoosier
Democratic votes from straying
to. Adlai IVStevenson af ter the
convention's first balbt obliga.
tion is. fulfilled. -
- Lar Daly. "America first" Re
publican, from Chicago, com
petes with Mr.; Eisenhower. A
perennial Illinois pamnaic-npr.
he has shown no strength even
ui ins nome siaie.
Graduates From I!C0
FORT MEADE. Mrl. Armv
Cpl. Gilbert A. Msdd. 20. son of
Mrs. Olga Jones, Rio Abajo, Pa Panama
nama Panama City,' recently was graduat
ed from the Non Commissioned
Officer Leadership School at Fort
George G. Meade, Md.
MaDD received instruction in
leadership" of units, map reading
ana otner military subjects.
Mapp, a missile crewman in the
602nd Missile Battalion's, Battery
V, u regularly stationed at Aber
deen proving Ground, Md. He en en-tereJ
tereJ en-tereJ the Army in September 1953
and wag last stationed at Fort
Bliss, Tex., where he completed
The corporal attended- uamboa
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sturdy, economical in operation, built for the
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sold. Available also on credit or club, at
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FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS'
. FARMACIA LUX
U HU (Mai Atom
, J. Fee. li k OH Am. Mo. 41
' FOTO DOMY- -'
Jsate Is i lnnU a at
street nk n ,--0
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
FARMACIA "SAS" j
- Via rtze 111
'. Via Iseaia Am
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. CANAL SOWS IWLICUWC
M. C'l. FAIRI6A, 0.01.
i VOR. fc AV1LA JX, M.D.
(apposite Anewi sWsset Plantwnt)
'leV -au mn ?
JIM RIDCfe; V
' '".' Phone fawuna W551 0
TRANSPORTS SAXTER, IA.
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
St. J p.m. th M
er py apM'armow.
HARNETT & DUNU
toAUBOOM PANCI BTUIMW ,'.
TEACHES UNTIL TOO LXAKN"
M.nuui tUZSt a -!
Studio El Panami Hotel
We shape loot Hsure" ,'
f Umout MeUvy Michin
far aula urn foul
5!:lod For Church
Rogation Sunday will d observ observed
ed observed at SU Peter' Church in I Bo Boca
ca Boca tomorrow with Sung Eucharist
atartini at 10:30 a.m, :
The RevJohn Spear, pnt in
charge, will officiate and,deliver
the sermon ; 'j
Prarnrllns- the celebration are
matins and church school at. 9
tn h rnnducted bv the
church school superintendent Vic
tory. Smtthj r. '.' ',
.Evensong will De new ai t.sv.
with Out lavreaders carrying on
me aei ; ..
On Monaay evening i mc
vestry committee will hold an im-
portant meeting, wnrcn me mem members
bers members are reminded to attend.
The only eommunion service
: scheduled during next week is on
Thnrutav niorninff at 9. when the
Feast of the Ascension will be ob
diplomas, etc. '
- and MIRRORS
16-26 Central Ave.
; f SECURITIES IN PANAMA
i i Qoetatlaac t
ARIAS, MATUSSI A ASSOCIATES'
Banco fidudaito ......
' Cemanto VanamA ....... VI
Conrecerlt Maelooal .... SO
Chirlfcana.de Lacba" .... lVt
Cbyco ................. 41
rref. with Cora.'.....
DeatUadora Hacjonal ...
- t ?
Prcf. wiut Com. .....
Finanzaa, S. A.'
Prei. with Cora. .....a
ruerxa jr Lua-Pret .. ttS4
Fuera J lua Com.
Hotel ei fotorunerl canoe.
General da Sefuroa ..M
Panamefla aa Aceltea ...
Panamefta da flbraa ...
Panamefia da Seguroa ..It
Panamefta da Tabeca ,. II
Teatra Central i,4i,;.r-
.FOR SAHj 25-tyct waiktr;
: Sarval NfrifwaHr, 25-60 cycle;
25 cyd nf rifcraf; aaJraaa
at; ) piaaa; 2-) baaa, Pkaa
FOR SALE -4 amar au ttera
$15.00, 60-cycla rafrifaratar:
fraasar compart rnant $50.00. A A-artmairt
artmairt A-artmairt aniUbla. Itlbaa 4256. ;
FOR SALI Calaiaat ra ra-friaaratar,
friaaratar, ra-friaaratar, $200.00; Ktnmara a a-tactric
tactric a-tactric rann with iff wall wall-caakar,
caakar, wall-caakar, laK.tinia, avail, $170.
Maytatv atactric iraaar, $120;
all 60 aycla, lika naw. Kahka
14-5116. Law Mawar 16" raal
FOR SAli: S.rv.1 i.
aanaitiaa, $40.00. Apply Na. 2
4tn u, iMrtimM
FOR SALE; -a Vanity. M,
wirdraba, maa'ani. Daminaa
Dial St.t 'Tapicaria Galinda",
FOR SALEt laack ceHapa.
haautifwl ecaan view. Fully fur fur-.'
.' fur-.' nithaa1, includinp alactricHy and
Sac- atava and tafriaarater,
kaping accanmadatiani' lor
nina. Farmanant ratirad Amari Amari-can
can Amari-can midantt itaarby. M kaura
fram Balboa to Garaaaa Baacb.
Far tha prica af a paed car, awn
yar fcama $3,500.00. Fkana
FOR SALE. A farm 44 4.5
hactarat with titlaa and plant.
2 hautH In Ckarrara No. 4177,
Amoficai Ava. Maka affar an
ana ar all. Box 92, Anton ar
Christian Science Speaker
Addresses Clone Audience
George Channtng, C.S.I, of San
v.. r.iifnmi rrtrnnt.lv
1'iauuBvu. vw..,. v
spoke at the Diablo Heighters thea theater
ter theater oft "Christian Science: It's Se
cret Prayer and Open Rewara.
f h inRimm nt tne aaaress:
Amnnir th admonittioM of Christ
Jesus which the Science of Chris-
tianitv. or Christian bcience, u en
abling his xouowerg w unaersianu
correctly and obey effectively is
the following from the Gospel of
Matthew (6;6): ;
"But thou, when thou prayest,
ntw into thv closet, and when
nmi nnsx snuL ne uuux. viajr
u..ti, n,hl.k t. In nvrot' and
my ui t
they Father which seeth in secret
shall reward wee openty.
in the tetxbook.'- Science and
Health with Key to the Scriptures
Mm Raker Rddv. the Discoverer
and Founder of.Christian Science,
9v fn. 15V "The closet typifies
the sanctuary oi opiru, mo
of which shuts out sinful sense but
lets in Truth, Life, ana Love m
hi. statement the ohrase sanc
tuary of Spirit" means the sacred
dwelling piace oi
word Spirit is a synonym for God.
Soirit being Mind, that which is
!in the sanctuary of Spirit necessa
rily partakes ot tne nature oi
Mind itt Spirit, and indeed of the
nature of all the five other syno
nyms for God. For God, being in
finite, is tfte omy creator, ana mm
which is in His sanctuary coma
not exist unless created oy mm.
What does infinite Mind create?
Infinite Mind creates minute i-
deas, each and all expressing
Aitnnueh Christian Science is
metanhvaics. it is not abstract It
does indeed demana tne uiung w
thnnoht above the sense of mate
rial livmif ao that the spiritual 1-
deas of God may be seen, ten ana
understood, but it does not leave
human experience unlmporved by
the beneficent power of God. In
deed the evidence of uoa s neaiing
power, as presentea oy cnrist
Jesus ana oy unnsaan science,
appears as consciousness trans-
Ava. Eloy Alfaro 15-159
1 I ill , w i hi i ri'TT
FOR SALE: 1951 Bakk kard kard-tap
tap kard-tap canvartibla, many accattar ...
iac, axcallant conditiaa $750.
Day 7-5l09, avaninpi S3.
2191. : V
FOR SALEj1949 Lincaln Caa Caa-politin
politin Caa-politin tap ikapa laavinp litn-
an aeaa.' Bast affar takat. Call 'i
Navy Pacific 3506.
FOR SALEt Track, dump Inter Inter-MtianaL
MtianaL Inter-MtianaL Frka $275.00 U k.
Call Panama 3-1566, 9:00 a.m.
ta 12 aaa. rr.,.
FOR SALE: 1950 Cadillac,
Caupt da Villa. Pricad kalew
kaak valua. Call 13-3246 after
SR SALE: 19 J4 yudakakar
mmandar Sadan. Ovardriva
turn tipnalt, axcallant condition,
$1500.00. Tol. lalbaa 1511.
FOR SALE.- 1949 Champian
Studabakar. Bast affar. Ala
Philca refrigerator. Call Panama
3-226S after 5:00 p.m.
SALE -l 948 Studabakar
$200.00. Pkena 9-4316.
FOR SALE 1950 Fard Cuttam
; 2-doar, radio, peed tiraa, Tal.
83-5171, 203 l-A, Curundu.
FOR SALE? 1952 Morrit Ox Oxford,
ford, Oxford, axcallant condition. Call
Panama 3-1660 (Max maitra
FOR SALE 1947 Fard Can.
vertlble. Reliable trampartatian.
Pkena Balbaa 2-4179.
BALLROOM DANCING clan
bapint May 1 1th S p.m. Balboa
forming human experience.
Fear underlies all mortal
thought, and divine Life, control!
mg ana governing as divine Love.
wipes iear out. Mortal tnougnt be
lieves in and looks for the end.
Immortal thought cannot con
ceive oi ending: and it never
ends. Man never enda because he
is the embodiment of immortal
thought. Christ Jesus, our exam-
pie, living uod's love, proved Life
to be eternal.' He made complete
and final demonstration over
death, which the Bible calls the
last enemy. But that momentous
act he established the fact that the
Life of man is forever forever
because Life is God, God forever
expressing Himself, and defining
urn expression as man.
The moment an individual at
tains the recognition of imperish
able Life, accompanied by the rea
lization that he expresses that
Life, that moment, for that indivi individual,
dual, individual, fear is gone. This is no bra
vado saying haughtily, "Let death
come, x don t mind dying. I'm not
afraid." Rather it is intelligence
perceiving mat aeatn does not
come. It is soiritual self know
ledge, knowing that the true self
hood of man is In eternity, forever
embodying -God's spiritual ideas
forever beyond the reach of ter
mination or anything that threat threatens
ens threatens in any degree to lead to termi-
Pope Pius Supports
Culture Council Plan
VATICAN CITY, May 5-(UP)
Pope Pius XII gave his "strong
support" today to proposals for
the organization of an interna
tional council for the stability
The Pope approved the nrooos
al in a French-language address
to memDers of the Internation International
al International Committee for the Unity and
Universality of Culture, which Is
sponsoring tne project.
"We strongly support creation
of the council for the stability of
peace, an idea proposed by you
which has already, found good
recepuon,- ine pontw toia com
mittee members during an audi
ence in tne consistoriai naiu
The proposed council is still
in the planning stage and Is In Intended
tended Intended to work mainly In the
cultural rather than the political
neia. The sponsoring committee
is a non-denominational group
including Protestant, Greek Or
thodox and Moslem as well, as
Roman Catholic personalities,
f IIILI" 11 X'. saao..
ft wia rvpaRa
I Ik-i- Sand 45tk 8t
ATTENTION G. I.I Jajet bnitt
MalfmV tHBvVillt4 aClflMfllta, la),
2 badraama. ha, cold vatea,
Pkaaa PaaaaM 1-4941.
FOR RINT Ferabkad or wi-
furaiikad apartments .2 bad-
raama, 2 bathraemi, etc., hr
Bella Vista. Pheae B-6097, 2-
FOR RENT Apaitmant 2 bed bed-reema,
reema, bed-reema, dining ream, aittinfl ream,
maid'i ream with bath, large
kitchen, larpe bathreem, bat wa wa-tar,
tar, wa-tar, apartntent all (crooned. 25
canare aaetera irnide apartment,
"tar laundry, drying and ironing,
large cleaett, garage. Heme Ne.
5, Euaebie A. Marakw Ave. lu lull
ll lull Cangreje, earner beme. Pkena
FOR RENTs Apartment, $65.
96 Via Perns. Pkena 1-2131.
FOR RENTFambked ar ainV
farnithed apartment: twe bed-"
raama, twe kathreeaM, living
'dining ream, maid's room with
bathreem, garage and hat water.,
Pkene, buiinete kaura, 2-032lf
FOR RENT. FurnUhed apart
ment, twe bedreem, het water,
newly deceratad, impacted. 12
Via Perraa. Pkene 3-6115.
FOR RENT I bedreem apart apart-mant
mant apart-mant faraiihad, greand fleer,
paiking apace, bmpectad. The
beet yea can find In for thie
price. Ceel and Independent.
$75.00. Jece da Fabragave.
Ne. 16, Pasadena.
FOR RENT: Ideal ene bedroom bedroom-apartment'
apartment' bedroom-apartment' for a bachelor ar a
ceuple, modem, bet water, very
easy ta furnish near the El Pan Panama
ama Panama Hotel. $65.00, Call 3-3421
FOR RENT: Apartment Q St.
11-31. Ineuke 4:00 to 1:00
FOR RENTj One ream apart",
mant -with bet water, kitchen,
closet, very specious, $50-00.
"Ricky Building", facing' Fire,
atone. J. F. de la Osia Avenue.
Talaphsne 2-3436. ;v
FOR RENT: 2 bedreem apart'
ment, Hving teem, diaing room,
kitchen. 1 3th St. San Francisca,
Via Parrat. Pkene, 3-2457.
FOR RENTs Furnished apart apart-'
' apart-' mant, $65. Military mspactad.
Via Perraa 99. Pkene 3-2063.
FOR RENT: Attractive ene
bedreem apartments Francenia
Building 4st St., Bella Vista.
Phone Panama 3-4805 ar 3 3-1279
1279 3-1279 fram 1-10 a.m. and 2 to
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment tor ceuple, Clayton neigh neigh-bars,
bars, neigh-bars, regular -' transpertatien,
$45.00. Tal. 3-0471.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment $.60.00. Via Peres No.
,101. Telephone 3-2561.
FOR RENT; Apartment unfur unfurnished,
nished, unfurnished, 2 bedrooms, maid's
ream, 2 baths, sitting-dining
reams, perch, garage, $100.00.
, in exclusive 'II Cangreje', en G
StXe. 2. building "Caracas".
See De Caarre, Avenue 'I" Ne.
9-42, phone 2-1616.
FOR RENT-Unfurnished a a-partmant,
partmant, a-partmant, 2 bedreems, maid's
room, 2 batka, sitting dining
teems, perch, garage, $100.00,
in Bella Vista, N. Obarrie St.
Ne. 23, building Anayansi", sea
Da Castre, Avenue "B Ne. 9 9-42.
42. 9-42. phone 2-1616.
FOR RENT Apsrtmentt with
twe bedrooms, living ream, din dining
ing dining teem, kitchen, separate
. maid's teem, gerage, bet water..
AU modern conveniences. AI-"
barte Navarre St. Na. 41. La
Caste dans Bldg. Phone 2-2IU,
FOR RENT: One-badreemr
cempletaty furnished apartment,
' across from Hotel Panama fa
"Glorjela'' Building. Quiet and
ceel. $90.00. Inquire Fate Hal-
con tame vicinity. Tel. 3-6032
FOR RENTFumUhed apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedrooms, living ream,
, dining room, parch, kitchen,
beautiful view, centrally locat located,
ed, located, coal, quiet, Pkene 3-0276
er 3-0311. v
And No Bottles
BALTIMORE -UP)- For half
a century, Joseph J. Bayer has
made a career of collecting bottle
cap designs. '.
Ha has assembler! aa nart tit hi
job during the past SO years some
150,000 metal caps produced by
Crown Cork & Seal Co. Each cap
or crown vanes in design and col
or, me messages they bear are
written in virtually every lan
guage in the civilized world.
Bayer began his cap-collecting
in. the,, day., when -most bottle
crowns were plain metal with a
company name on the face.
MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS ?
; ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS J GENELL BLISS Santa Clara
BOX 2031. ANCON, CZ. 1 GUEST HOUSE. Overfaaki eceaa
IPX 1211. CRISTObVAL. CI. jurreunded by abade trees-.
v, .,lJ. ', private atop to beach (1 mia. ;
ZSH JST CANT ; DO BET. Wi). Gaa tanH and refrigerator
TER. Nejreu Juataan't debet-, y teemmodatea S. Playgreuad
, tor. Call Jcnatoa abeuK year flighted at night barbecue,
auto regain. Tel. 456-A 16 Me- badminton, "pmgpoag, putting
tandea, Celea, R. P. green, creguet, herae shea etc )
. ... ..... Currant rates. Navy 3312.
- FOR SALE PHILLIPS Oceeaaide Cett.git,
rWIV OMLC j Santa Clara, lea 435. aUUac.
f Bllscellaiieoiij v ltiwT
FOR SALE: Bokot puppies. A. Swim and relax at Shrepnal'a
K.C. registration. Excellent pedi- beach kernes, Santa Clara. Pkeste)
gree. Call after 4 p.m. Navy Tkempsea, Balbaa 1771
24S2. -r-.V" (, ;.'.-.'? .5.- i
., FOSTERS COTTAGES and large
: FOR SALE Cheap sailing put j baacb beuse. One mile past Ca-
.4 miscellsneeus used lumber, doers. sine.' Balbaa 1166
! wiadewe, pipe, atdel reds,- pipe ' 1 '
fittings equipment. Cleaning av- DO YOU want to enjoy a coal
arytking eut. Came ia and make climate visit the Hotel Country
an eHar en anything. Via Espa- Club at El Valle, enfy 2 beure
affinal, 2 kouses after Radie automobHa ride fram Panama.
Miramar. American management $14.00
" ..... 1 daily far 2 persons everything.
FOR SALE: Cancreto buggies. included (meals, swimming eto).
- 5 with tint, 2 with metal All reema have private bathreem.
wheel. Used aa ene fab enly Binge game ? every Saturday
Price $125,00 for the seven. Rjahr.
. Call Panama 3-1566, 9:00 a.m. 7-
ta 12:00 neon. V.ftV .'-:,v
FOR SALE Shotguns 1 2 6. FOR RENT V: 1
automatic, 410 pump 166 mm. , ,
movie camera, metal dresser 5 KoOtllt
drawers, All cheap. Phone 31- '
4144. Curundu. 1 ; FOR RENT: Beautifully fur-
.' . '". 1 11 aished housekeeping teem, dou-.
FOR SALE Large almost new ble ceuch, refrigerator, kitchca
, baby carriage. $15.00 551 l-A cabinet with attached stove, bath
Hains St. Diablo. 2-2426. and entrance Independent. Ne. 3
FOR SALE.- Button machine,
ays let, combination, asserted
dies, buttons $40.00. Call 3 3-1693,
1693, 3-1693, Heuse 93. 9th St., New
Cristobal. -. ,'
FOR SALEt Plane ia A-l con condition,
dition, condition, I original awner. Goad
bargain. Camp Coiner, CZ. Tel Tel-Cristobal
Cristobal Tel-Cristobal 3-3127,
FOR SALE: Cocker Spaniel
black pup. 12th October St. Gua Gua-chapali,
chapali, Gua-chapali, House 3-36, Apt. I. er
Tel. 2-4426. $20.00 aa.-
FOR SALE: Bey'e tailor made i
auit, sixe II yean. Used abaut
three menth. Call Balbaa 2914.
FOR SALEt Male and female
Macaw and- cage chaap, Call
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 21 ft. cabin crui cruiser,
ser, cruiser, completely overhauled,
ready to go; bunk, kead, Ra Radio,
dio, Radio, 90 h p., inboard. Call Bal Balbaa
baa Balbaa 2-3147. after 4:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: 126" beat 10
HP. Johnson eutbeard and ex extras.
tras. extras. 136-D Coco Sole. CaR 4 4-3492.
3492. 4-3492. FOR SALE
FOR SALE: Motorcycle 1954 1954-Reyal
Reyal 1954-Reyal Enfield 500 c.c. single.'
Excellent condition. Phene 2 2-2394.
WANTED -Air conditioner A
1 Ton. Call Panama 2-5474. 9.
4s J, .1
1 K .-";'." ;"
"niTR.iNG A RECENT TJSARCARni Incentive Award Program ceremony, Col William N. Hornish. 'adjutant SenJpffMntfd
?S QmJb Jrt tTthesa mnmber Tof the AO starr: front row fleft to right); MSgt. Gornich, CWO ZlotkowsW, Mrs.
-""" .-:.- :-
Pedersen and Mr. O'Rorke,
Judith A. Pehou, Mrs. Esther de Mora; Mrs. itum a. sjumorc, Mrs.. wutw
SSwii? wh Pnrhlm anrt Jnnrn T Molina, Third row (left to right), Mrs. Marguerite
" 'iT"v: : 7
Standing are commissioned
52nd. Street. Pheae 3-0633.
FOR RENT: Clean furnished
ream. Indapaadaht entrance and
, bathreem. tCeeking : facilitlea.
43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished
room ia respectable heme, Bella
Vista. Private entrance and batk batk-raam.
raam. batk-raam. Tel. 3-1317.
LOST & FOUND
, LOST Panama Fereign Cadula
' Ne. 3-29690 and Armed Serv Serv-Ice
Ice Serv-Ice urivilaga pa 'C Na. 6519.
Finder please call Panama- 2 2-5563.
5563. 2-5563. Reward.
25 Get Incentive Award Checks ;
In Adjutant General Section
'In a ceremony conducted at Fort
Amador recently, the exceptional
participation of the Adjutant Gen General
eral General Section in the USARCARIB
Incentive Award Program was
graphically demonstrated by pres presentation
entation presentation of award certificates and
checks running from $10 to $95
to 25 members of the AG staff.
The presentations were made by
the adjutant general. Col. William
N. Hornish, who thanked the per personnel
sonnel personnel of his organization for a a-chieving
chieving a-chieving the highest suggestions
program participation rate for
USARCARIB during the I i r s t
three months of the present rear,
The participation rate for March
was the highest on record for any
organization, at, anytime,. 184 per
cent, v-. ''
- The number of checks, 15, Ino
cated the soundness of Adjutant
General Section suggestions and
their value to the Government
The recent presentation represent
ed a total economy of S9500, per
-...-.i- .- i.c
Hornish is seated ta the cente,
cT.:;."ir irrr,rp. Rmnii. Mrs
and warrant officers of the Adjutant General s Section.
FOR RENT Available after
May 5th Roomy Heuse with
large greead area ia aeel Las
Cumbrea. Call 2-2?73 Las Cum Cum-bras
bras Cum-bras ar Panama 2-2336.
FOR RENTt Spacieu 3 bad- -ream
heuse, 2 maid rooms, ga,
rage, large yard, en 13th Stw i
Paitilla. Pkene. 2-1456. j :
FOR RENT: Chalet.. 2 bad.
living dining, maid's
with service, aaraaa. all
ecreeeed. Trans-Isthmian High Highway.
way. Highway. Pheaf 3-3341. 3-1275. ;
'X ,4.'- r-.-"- f ,-;''"x 'j "f V-'-i' 4:
FOR RENT: Twe bedreem
chalet furnished, all canve-
. niences, bus atop ia front. Via
' Perraa Ne. 97. For information ;
.caff taiephene 2-2175 and 3-;
709. 1 : V-;
FOR RENT; Half chalet twe
'bedreem, kitchen, bathreem, -living
room, dining room, perch,
completely furnished (inclusive
with gas), $65.00. Taiephene
. FOR RENTf la new concrete'
building, space for office beau beauty
ty beauty parlor, r commerciel, in ex exclusive
clusive exclusive "El Cangreie". an Ar Argentina
gentina Argentina Ave., heuse "Moate "Moate-rray.
rray. "Moate-rray. See De Castre, Avenue B,
9-42. pkene 2-1616.
FOR RENT; Garage. Edificie
Seusa, 44th and Colombia St.
'-. WANTED; American family
desires for long term rental 3 er
4 hedmem chalet BaHa VUta, El
Cangraja ee Campa Alegra. Call
3-6392 after 6:00 p.m.
year. The featured suggestion in cash economy amounting to $1641. $1641.-size
size $1641.-size of economy was turned in byJ47 per year. :: :
M-Sgt.. Morton Gornich of the ma- An added feature of the recent -.
chine records unit. His suggestion ceremony was presentation of spe-,
will save usAKUAtuu our-
ing the first year. His unit has!
the second highest military per-;
sonnel suggestion rate for t h e
Isthmian command, but cash a-l
wards are not given to military
Top listing among the civilian
suggesters was claimed by Jorge
F. Molina, a citizen of the Repub Republic
lic Republic of Panama, who took home a
special dividend in the amount of
$95 for a suggestion having to do
with saving the Governmet more
tnan fem per year oy rerouting
enlisted personnel with dependents
being returned to continental Unit United
ed United States for discharge, -:
Runner-up for civilian honors
was Howard S. Rochlin of' the
Civilian -Personnel Division : who
received a check for $65 as an a
ward for asuggesuon carrying
t n v., uMmri
01 the jwna row. m xne secuna
. Catherine Malock. Luis E.
WANTED: Aircraft radio mew
chaaie. Call Mr. William Kant.
Pan American World Airways
Inc., telephone 2-0670. exten extension
sion extension 49, between 3:00 a.m.' to
4:00 p.m. : r A .-. .,4,. .
WANTED: Person, ith teievi teievi-liea
liea teievi-liea and radie knowledge. Must
peak Englisk And Spanish. Writ
to Bex 537 giving address, telH
phene, send photograph.'
.1 ar under 30, must
cook. 3043-C 3rd.
be heeeekeep-be able to
WANTED? Experienced maid i
ta live bu .- Cooking, i laandry,. '4
general fceuseWarfc, 6-566.
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Is Oc:n For Puillc
The final exhibition of 'handi 'handiwork
work 'handiwork produced in the various arte
and crafts projects conducted dur
ing the Latin American Vacation ,'
Recreation program will be held
Satuday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
in' the Paraiso Gymnasium.
' .; :i
' The exhibit,, which is the grand
finale, of the recreation program,
will include the best from each of
the handicraft exhibits shown dur during
ing during the past week in civic centers
of each community on both sides
of the Isthmus. Among the exhi exhibits
bits exhibits will be samples of crochet crocheting,
ing, crocheting, embroidery,, shell, bead and
paper crafts,: textile and china
painting and glass etching. 1
Mora than 700 children from the
Latin American communities in
the Canal Zone participated which
was brought to a close the last
week in April, shortly before the .1
opening of the Latin American
Invitations to attend the final
exhibit, have been extended to Ca Canal
nal Canal officials, teachers,. Student,
and the general public.
ciat incentive award certmcates
to a Warrant Officer and to two
civilians who achieved special dis-
Warrant Officer Edward W.
m .1. : ii. il f
uuuiuwsm receivea lot uenmcaiu
of Achievement : for "requitting
his duties in an exemplatory man manner,
ner, manner, creditably filling assignments
of higher than .Warrant Officer re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility ori more than one oc
casion. During the entire period.
of this citation, his work lias been
outstanding and reflects great
credit lirvnn himlf ami tha Unit.
ed States Army."
On the same incentive awards
level; Mrs. Esther Pedersan and
James O'Rorke, both of the" Civi Civilian
lian Civilian Personnel Division," received
the coveted Outstanding Perform.
ance Certificatse at a separata f
rmr tiert to nenii are?
mYc. 7. ? H,ST "7r
Hart, Miss Anna T. Harris, Mrs.
Heroanae ana unnnes- rrazier.
(U.S. Axmj photo)
gATTRDA T, MAT 3, 195ft
II (i)mQy fig? to
i Jack'Sefnaa, In V-'
HELEN OF TROT ;
Richard Conte, In
. TARGET ZERO
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A40WB TV JMOO
by Erskin Johnson
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) On-!
itage, Offstage and Upstage:
"The Perfect Fool," Ed Wynn, is
playing his first .dramatic role in
54 Vears of clowning and he's as
' 1 wide-eyed about it as everyone
Clse "because I'm the only ,com ,com-dian,
dian, ,com-dian, wh6 ever vowed I'd,, never
' The dean of U.S. 'comedians is
t pious, small town radio -station
owner in Jose Ferrer's 'The
Great Man," and he's saying: "I
never thought of myself as an
actor. I'm a -clown. Iwanted1 to
die a clown. I 'still don't know
whv I'm doini it excent that Kee-
nan (son Keenan Wynn also in
the film) begged and eoaxed me
into, iU The crew applauded, and
Jose cried after one of my scenes.
'.Disneyland's first annual .finan .finan-ciil
ciil .finan-ciil statement dw soorv will be
an ayebrow lifter 45100,000
Mid e n the mertsaBt wi
$500,000 cash reserve. A kiddie
- geld, mine. ;:j ......, rY.c-rr
Humphrey Bogart survived that
operation but he's dying, over his
medic's order, only .two drinks a
oay. xor some wwc .
DEPRESSING NOTE for Mon
rir Grace KeHy wound up w
fourth lp in the latest popular
i u nt Motion Pictures Mag-
aaine7 Debbie Reynolds, NaUffe
wnrw and Janet Leigh head the
' i.v,m r.amn't MGM contract
has three more years to go, but
she's been saying it out loud .in
London that she'd like to find the
exit door before mai ume.
. t.ui : wru. nut -Barbara Nkh
Is, Is the enly dell In Prodoeer
Bert Frledlob't life. The censor censor-.k:.
.k:. censor-.k:. t.,ru U itill out on Barbaras
atrip 'eae In "Beyond a
able Doubt," with the slppy blond
saylnj: '.'1 hope t bfrP
If a all euteot.
Hollywoaa'sbigpush; for real realism
ism realism has Kirk Douglas, as Doc Hol-lidav-in-
"Gun Fight at the OK
use real bulleU ut our agents
- won't kt us." y
DEWEY MARTIN moved into
an apartment only a few minutes
away from Rl I gK?Xl
, home . The Piper p"";.G"
Nelson romance. is cooling but her
career -is hotter than ever. v
Rock Hudson is scoffing, print print-.reports
.reports print-.reports that he batted wih
r..tM in a nieht club
and Jeft alone-. The explanation he.
gave .me oetween vBcenc
'R.tflft Hvmn": "It was 1 a.i
I was tired and -X had an ear y
studio call-i PhyUis stayed ; wUhl
. h.. mapnnn floor 1
. irienns 10 ,.....- -
An ornate Persian bathtub for
C?.bra Pager's pk-a-boo with
W bubWt. in "The Loves of
Omar -Khayyam' wilt wind upjn
Producer Frank Freeman, jr. s
back sard. For fish not Debra.
Whieh reminds me of the Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood playboy who looked out the
window at his swimming pool 1 ono
morning, yawned and, ealM
his butlert "The poof rds re
T IV 0 LI
Great Spanish Double
Program! Tin Tan, in
. Also: -;
Weekend Release in Technicolor!
Jane Wyman & Rock Hudso, In
ALL THAT HEAVEN ALLOWS-
t How- much does heaven allow a
- woman in love I
1:05 2:58 4:5S 6:54 t:55 p.m.
WILLIAM B. WHITTEN AT THE
The make-up department gave
Jack Palance,"a "new look! nose
for his role of a reformed gun
fighter in "The Lonely Man." For
the character only, and not a clin-
Icalo ne for keeps.
THIS IS HOLLYWOOD Mrs.iipsn Institute of I.inpiiisticj.". I
Jones:- Fortyollsappl-foBtlwfeultural socierrln Quito,' Ecuador.!'
job of Tony jCurUs'secretarywhen Containing seteetions from .tt
he opened offices for Jiis inde
pendent film compans t in the
Hecht-Lancaster Building. A cutie
named Bobbie LaPask got the
job and a couple of days later
was Ntsked if it was thrilling.
It sure is." she said. "The oth
er day Cary Grant walked by our
The Witnet: Overheard at the
Mocambo: "T ank : heavens this
is still a free country where a
man can do just as his wife
. Not In the Script:- Director
Charles Vldor, about Grace Kel Kelly:
ly: Kelly: "They say Grace is cold
off screen er on, or both, t found
her warm, touching, sweet."
Marilyn Monroe, hospitalized
with a virus, was surrounded with
flowers sent to her by a New Yrok
dress manufacturer.. Last man
linked with Miss Wiggle Hips was
Playwright Arthur Miller.
ETE KELLY -; r f4 fyft. I.'
TODAY UTE show 11.00 p.m. ;
Saturday! CLOSE TO 11 Y HEART
Local Army MP
As Concert Pianist
Already well known here, in the
Canal Zone for his piano recitals
at the USO-JWB in Balboa. Sp-3
William Whitten,' 534th Military
Police, Fort Clayton, has now a
chieved a fair measure of inter
Recently while V vacationing ? In
South America Whitten interrupt-
kxA tiio ifln a nlnu fan fThA Amr.
works of Chopin, Rachmaninoff,
Sohuman. and Scarlotti. his per
formance was very well received
byt.the group.: For an encore he
played a composition by ueDussy.
Before 'entering the Army, the
young pianist graduated from the
De Shazo College of M u s i e in
Memphis, Tenn., and also from the
Peabody Conservatory of Music at
Baltimore, Md. After this he
taught at Peabody from which he
is on leave of absence and where
his wife. Jane, is noW a member
of the faculty. In addition he has
been Soloist with the Baltimore
Symphony ,"the Memphis Sympho
ny, the North Carolina sympnony
and the Peabody uiamoer orcnes orcnes-tras.
tras. orcnes-tras. :" :
Locally, besides his work at the
JWB, Whitten performed Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday at the May luncheon of com combined
bined combined officers' Wives club at El
Panama' Hotel. In this appearance
he slaved solo and also accompa
nied concert vocalist, Mrs. Louis
L. Sherman. '. I ...
Now nearing the term of his mil military
itary military service, Whitten intends to
use the G.I. Bill for further study
in Europe, Upon completion of bis
I studies he plans a teaching career
in the field of music. .,
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PANAMA AMTSICA5 AN
wife iix&i bM
Weekend Release, in Technicolor!
Stewart Granger fc Jean Simmons, in
FOOTSTEPS IN THE FOG
. Intriguing Suspense Drama!" r
1:1 -3:1 5:05 7:tV- 1:55 p.m.
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
' NORTH (D)
- : SOOTH
. " " f
Nertli East Swrth West
1 7 Pass 1 Pass
14k Pass Iw Pass
JN.T. Pass 4 Pass
PaSS : PSSS
. Opening lead 4 10
Put .yourself in the East seat
for today's hand. Try not to look
at the other hands as you brace
yourself for a test of your de defensive
fensive defensive skill
Your partner. West, leads the
ten of diamonds. Declarer plays
the king from dummy. What do
you return after you have won
the first trick with 4he ace? ,
Did you really take the ace of
diamonds at the first trick? If "so,
award yourseu one big. black: de
merit. This is your big moment;
you must refuse to win the first
West has not led a singleton
diamond, for then South would
have five of them and would have
said something about this during
the bidding. West's lead is sure
to be the top a doubieton. w
. You 'refuse th first trick? and
declarer immediately leads a
trump to, force outt he ace. Now
west can ieaa nis oiner aiamona,
and 1 you are in position to win
with the ace at the nght time.
You lead back your third diamond,
and west runs.
The defenders have three tricks
and can surely win the setting
trick later if they are just sensible
about saving the right cards.
South will go down at his game
If East wins the first trick with
the ace of diamonds, West will
not get the ruffing trick. South
will lose the two red aces and
an eventual trick, making his contract.
. Showing At Your Service Center Jheatres Todayt
3 A I st A Air-Conditioned
rv L t J r 2.-30 4.35 6-ao : s.35
Behind the traitorous story of benedict
ARNOLD WERE SECRETS UNTIL s
RECENTLY UNKNOWN I
V MO.M RESENTS .IN COLt
V 1' i-
ALSO SHOWING SUNOAT
i' DIABLO HTS.
S:U i IS
.GATUN- "Gun That Won The West"
1:H i Snndy ,TH WARRIORS"
PARAISO :15 S:1S
"CRAZY OVER HORSES" and
CAMP BIERD "RETLRN OF
INDEPENDENT DATLT NEWSPAPER
? Dramatic Musical RELEASE ?
Jack WEBB Janet LEIGH
, Edmond O'BRIEN '- Petty LEE
PETE KELLY'S BLUES
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OFFICERS of the 65th AAA Group, Fort Clayton, gathered rec ently to pay their respects to MSgt. Alpheus Sloan, sergeant sergeant-major
major sergeant-major of Fort Clayton vCongratulatinR Sloan, (right i for his fine job as sergeant-major is Co). Peter S. Peca deft 65th
' AAA Group commanding, officer. Sloan leave the Command, on May 9 for the Guided Missiles School at Fort Bliss; Texas.
8e.rent-maJr of fort Clayton is MSgt. Th6 mas J. Bryant Bryant's job will be dual in jurisdiction being
both the post sergeant-major and the 65th Group sergeant-major. 4' "u'-
Wanton Slayer tells Of Twin
Killing Of 2 Young Brothers
WANTOS SLAYER INSIDE
PANAMA CITY, Fla., May 5 5-(UP)
(UP) 5-(UP) A 33-year-old electrician,
father of six children of his own.
confessed today he wanioniy toss
ed two small brothers overboard
to their deaths from 'his motor-
The 'confessed killer, .Dallas
Withers, made .his statement to
Bay County Sheriff M. J. Daffin
at a secret prison to which he
was taken after furious citizens
here telephoned, threats to the lo local
cal local jail. .-'-. .-(.
" Hundreds oil persons wtrt' still
1 engaged In a search for the old-'
er of Withers' two victims, Da David
vid David Wilson, 7. The body of his
brother Douglas, 4, wis recov recovered
ered recovered at the mouth of a bayou
Wednesday about 24 hours after
he vanished from his trailer
ADMITS DRUNKEN RIDE
Daffin said that Withers admit admitted
ted admitted he took both boys into his
boat for a short ride while he was
drunk and later landed in a cove
where he molested the older boy.
Then, .according; to the sheriff.
Withers went to the mouth of
Cook Bayou and threw Douglas p p-yerboard.
yerboard. p-yerboard. He went' another mile
and a half to the mouth of St. An Andrews
drews Andrews Bay and tossed Davis over
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John PAYNE it Mary MURPHY
' Sunday "MY SISTER EILEEN"
All Cartoon Comedy Show!
CATCH A THIEF"
Errol FYNN A Joanne DRU
Sundar "HELL'S ISLAND"
John WAYNE, In
I SANTA CRl'Z S:t5 S:2i
l "b-l TAYI.OR
I '."MANY RIVERS TO CROSS
JACK SLADE" "DARK ALIBI"
, Riphard WIDMARK. in
; PRIZE OF THE GOLD
Also: Patricia MEDINA, in
DUEL IN THE MISSISSIPPI
board, well awsy from shore, the
snerm quoiea mm
Daffin .iH n tn. .hnu,H!
thnt rlAii0laB h.J Aiji jH
huA HioH of rfr
in and hp wa. nnt nihi iJ
jured. However, he said. Withers'
finally admitted that bloodstains!
found on his clothing when he will,iCi..,.uSrui: L.ZZ
arrenqo last Tuesday came
Earlier, Withers contended
David fell out of the outboard
craft accidentally on a sharp
turn and mat he then maneuver maneuvered
ed maneuvered the boat so that Oeuglas
would fall but also because he
was "drunk and seared." v v
MURDER CHARGES PLACED
Murder charges have been
placed against Withers for'Gouf for'Gouf-las
las for'Gouf-las Wilson's death and an addi additional
tional additional murder charge will be filed
if and when the other body is
found, Daffin said. r
A drive to collect funds for the
boys parents, Mr.- and Mrs. M.
E. Wilson "began meanwhile. A
door to door campaign waj under
way with Mayo Frank N els in
making the first contribution, $25.
1 The family moved here from
Texas recently and Wilson took
a civilian job at Tyndall A i r
Force Base. The family set up
the trailer on Waton's Bayou and
it was there that Withers lured
the little- boys Into his boat, prom promising
ising promising to take them on a short
They were the Wilson's only
children. Both parents were pros
trated and almost incoherent in
DAVY CROCKET?? He is not Here
BUT! WE ARp ALL IIEKE.
, COME AND SEE US, HEAR JUS AND HAVE FUN WITH US
Tonite and tomorrow noon you may hear Panama's
foremost singer, MARGARITA ESCALA
EL RANCH0-T0NY FRIEDMAN
COME AND SEE TV ON SUNDAY
For your convenience we will be on hand and ;
have our TV $et turned on Sunday when TV
goes on the air
The quality is in before the name goes on,
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BAD DAT AT
Robert Taylor, in t-
" i-.-' ft Mu..
Senate OK is Seen on Highway;;
Program; It's 13-Year Schedule il
WAMUJMliTON, May 5 (UP) -i
vunsiruciioD oi ,auo mues oi aup
erBigBways at a
COSt of S27.5 bil-
!ion "PPered certain today of get-
1.50E? M a,PPJ0,:a t
143-year, $51.5 billion federal-state
program recently approved by the
' The Senate Public Works Com
mittcc yesterday voted Jl to 2 for a
five-year $36.8 billion h I g h w a y
building program also including the:
svr e u:ti:.i 4.
$27.5 billion interstate aystem.
, The roads bill will not go to :
the Senate floor until the Sen Senate
ate Senate Finance Committee acts up upon
on upon a provision of the house bill
that would increase taxes en ga gasoline,
soline, gasoline, tires trucks, buses and
trailers to help finance the con construction
struction construction program.
Total spending authorized in the
Senate committee bill is less than
in thft hmtca mAssnra hoiiBi nf
the period covered for providing mentary schools will.be discussed
the regular federal matchin funds'?1 three-day conference starlni
to states for building primary, rur-5,er Monday the U.S. Office of
al and urban roads." .Education announced today.
The Senate committee went a-!
long with the House plan to spend' About 150 delegates represent-
27V4 billion dollars -over the next 'ng .more than 60 organizations
13 years for an expanded system nd federal agencies have been
oi interstate highways linking most
It also would authorize 100 rail rail-lion
lion rail-lion dollars a year for the next
five years, which the states
would match on a 50-50 basis, to
build apd improve primary, rur rural
al rural and urban roads. The House
I outlays over a 13-year period.
See, Hear & Compare
with any other T.V.
. Chapters 7-9
KING OF THE
The Desert of The
I ... Plus: v:
The federal irovornmp.nl wnuld
bear 90 per cent of the cost of
the 27 '4 hlllinn rfnllr if) nilrt.i.iili
interstate highway system 'with the
ttea pibking up the tabfor the"
rera"un 1U Mm'
In contrast nwith the 900 million-
dollara a year voted by the Senate
group for other roads, the HuuseV
bill would authorize federal (, il"t
lays oi only 723 million tltHr.: 'x
this purpose .next year witu suhf
sequent annual increases of 25 mils"!
lit in . t-
lion dollars over the 3-jcar period.
Elementary School ; :
Problems To Be .7"
Subject Of Parley t
WASHINGTON, May's (UP) Al
Problems facing the nation's ele-
rovuea ,io participate.
US, Peru Agree
LIMA, Peru, May 5 (UP) The
United States and Peru signed
today student exchange agree agreement.
ment. agreement. The project will cost $300, $300,-000
000 $300,-000 over the next three years.
stocking, o r a e r two
TEX PAXAMA AMERICA A INDEfESDENT DA1LT
SATURDAY, MAT 5, 1S5I
- -i : ... -j . i .- v - . ... .-
IhileTders Tiith ; Inning "
Single Keeps Milwaiikelf
Ahead Of 2nd Place Gitrds
. aj O .;v:S.:-V
: NEWftM, kayo (UP)-Manager CharUe
tEAD Mathews Can (sports) ..... .....
Grimm insists Eddie Mathews is the man who can
lead Milwaukee into the World Series this year and,
be that s it may, he certainly isjthe man who tsept
the BraveS lit first place
lit w&s .Mathews 10 th -Inning
' single that scored Johnny Logan
from second base last night with
the,run that gave the Braves a
3-2 victory over me uianis ana
kept them.J2. percentage points
ahead tf the- second-place Car Cardinals.
dinals. Cardinals. "Notice bow often bneof Mat Mathews'
hews' Mathews' tylts figures, in?our winning
a ball game," Grimm points out.
The Milwaukee manager has a
point well taken. Of the six
games the Braves nave won so
far. hits, by Mathews have had
a direct influence on three oi
Two home runs by Mathews
furnished" the margin of a 5-4
victory over the Cards on April
20; his two-run homer had a di direct
rect direct bearing on the Braves' 6-4
triumph, over the Phillies last
Tuesday, and his clutch hit last
night sent southpaw Johnny An-
lonem down to defeat.
Dave Jolly, who relieved Lew
Burdette in the 10th, was cred credited
ited credited with hb second victory in
as; many, tames. He has now
Cone seven innings without
yield'ng either a hit or a run.
' Willie Mays homered off Bur Bur-dette.
dette. Bur-dette. ,''.-;.
The Cardinals exploded for
seven -run in the sixth inning
to hand the Dodgers a 10-3 set setback.
back. setback. Four singles, t a pair of
walks, a wild Ditch, a balk and
two Brooklyn errors helped St.-
iQuis to lis oir inning, wuiard
Schmidt was the winner .al .although
though .although it was ancient Ellis' Kin
der who checked the World
Champions after they rallied for
two runs against Lindy McDan McDan-iel;in
iel;in McDan-iel;in the seventh. Rip Repulski
nomered lor tne cards.
Cincinnati, whicfc is starting
t move after? .a slow start,
notched Its seventh victory in
c'tht rames bv ninninr Pitts.
burgh, 4-3, on Art Fowler's six- ,1
nit pitching. Frank Thomas
mt the' Pirate, ahead with a
JU uBv hoeUnthe sixth,
How to make the
'.Bake that ham with French's
1 Mustard. French's flavor never
fades out in-cooking!
' Prepare smoked ham your usual
' way. Remove from oven 20 minutes
before serving; "score ;ft,' stud
squares with French's Whole Cloves,
flow spread ham with mixture of
1 c. brown sugar, 2 tbs. flour, 4 tbe.
Trench's Mustard. Return to oven,
lake till glaze it golden brown.
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lochadar N. Y U. S. A. v
1URE YELLOW MUSTARO
' World's largest selling v ;
but Roy McMillan's two-ran
single to the bottom of the
frame spelled defeat for Dick
Ernie Banks blasted his fifth
homer with one on to give the
Cubs a 2-1 victory over Robin
Roberta of the Philliesj Bob
Rush, who hadn't beaten the
Phils since June 5, 1951,' Broke
14-game losing streak against
them while Roberts suffered his
first defeat this season1, after
three victories. Before yielding
the homer s to Banks in the
fourth, he walked Gene Baker,
martung tne iirst walk be issued
in 24 consecutive Innings.
The White Sox moved into
first place tie with the Yankees
in the American League by beat beating
ing beating the Senators, 5-2, after' New
York had defeated Kansas City,
Dick Donovan, touched' for a
two-run homer by Jim Lemon,
gave up a total of six bits as the
White Sox broke the game open
with a four-run rally at; the ex
pense oi uamno rascuai in tne
third inning. Larry Doby's two-
run smgie nignngnted the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago .rally.
The Yankees won their game
with a four-run rally in the
eighth inning, pinch hitter Joe
Collins beating out an. infield
grounder with the bases full to
break a 6-all tie. Yogi Berra's
homer .'n the seventh off loser
Jack Crimian tied the score at
7-all. Reliever Bob Grim was
the winner. ...
Althoueh they were limited to
three, hits, the Orioles defeated
the Indians, 4-3. Southpaw Herb
Score, who was -routed uV the
third inning,, waa the victim of
two passed balls by battery-mate
Hal Naragon that helped the
Orioles to two runs1 In ,the first
inning. Balttmofr scored, two
more runs hi the third with the
aid or score's wild Ditch,
Southpaw Mel Parnell. maklne
nis nrst start since last Aug. 15,
pitched the Red Sox to a 6-4
victory over the Tigers. ;
- YESTERDAY'S STAR Er Ernie
nie Ernie Banks of the Cubs whose
4wo run homer beat the Phfl Phfl-lies,
lies, Phfl-lies, 2-1, ', .i
i I iHS
In So. Cal. foilay ;
NEW YQ!UV.ttay S-Hf)--Two
noted track coaches en
the West Coast disagree ver
the outcome of miler John
Landy's debut In America to today.
day. today. -v-; ..
Jesse Mortensen of Southern
California says "Landy is in
fine shape and it appears the
,race will be run in under (our
m'nutes. I think Bon Delaney
'of yuianova wilT be second."-
.Landy holdsthe world recordi
oi inree minntes, 58 s econus. .,
Coach Dink Ternpleton of the
San Francisco Olympic- club
predicts the. Australian will go
over the; four minute mark at
Los Angele?. v' And Templeton
adds Hl wouldn't' e 'surprised --if
Delaney beats Landy. Don't
forget, Landy has to shake
that three day plane trip out
of his system."
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loronto To Move
Info 7th Place- Tie
NEW YORK. May S (DP)
The Richmond Virginians, losers
in uieir last live games, jumped
on a trio of Toronto hurlers
Friday night for an easy 9-3 vic
tory mat lilted them into a tie
for seventh Dlace In the Inter.
national League. V-
Al Cicotte started for the Vir Virginians
ginians Virginians and went to the ninth
when John Dixon took over1,
while Marlon Fricano, Frank
Barnes, and Bob Lowe worked
for the losers. Fricano .was tag-
gen wira tne toss. :
Leon Carter hit a bases emntv
homer for the winners.
It was the only game played.
Columbus at Montreal, Miami at
Buffalo and Havana' at Roches Rochester
ter Rochester all were postponed' because
of rain and cold weather.
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lashua To Start
Today In $50,000
Grey Lag Handicap
' NEW YORK, May- 5. (DP)
The latest millionaire of the
turf returns to his old' stamping
grounds today in the feature
race at New York.
T "Nashua," with $1,078,615 In
the bank, is top threat in a field
of eight going in the Grey Lag
Handicap at Jamaica. Awin will
leave Nashua only $7,145 shy of
the all-time mark held by the
now retired "Citation."
This will be the third start for
Nashua this year. The others
were in Florida, where he won
the Wldener Handicap at Hia Hia-leah
leah Hia-leah but finished but ihe
money in the Gulfstream Park
Nashua fllrurea to cro iff'-' the
favorite but there are several se serious
rious serious threats entered in the mile
and one-elghth h'andltap. 'Find"
woa the recent Excelsior Handi
cap' and likes the Jamaica .Oval.
Theh there, is ''Joe Jones .who
beat Find in the Lincoln Special.
Ted -Atkinson will be Dart of
the 128 pounds assigned Nashua
for the Grey Lag. Eddie Arcaro,
who usually rides Nashua, de
cided instead to handle "Head
Man'Un the Kentucky Derby.
NEW YORK. May 5-(UP)
The world's fastest miler John
Landy of Australia is resting
un ior nis nrst American race
today at Los Angeles. Landy will
run against a neid m which
top competition is expected to
come from Vlllanova's flying
Irishman, Ron Delany. ?
Middleweight champion r Rav
Robinson training for his May
18 title bout with Bob Olson took
a day-off Monday to celebrate
his 35th birthday, .Don Bessent
8-and-l with Brooklyn last
year has rejoined the Dodgers
after an abdominal operation
that has kept him out of action
since late March.., Two drivers
veteran Pat O'Connor and
rookie Bob Christy hit oyer 140
M.U.M A 1 1 1
uiucs au nuur tuuajr at inouan-
apons in practice spins for the
Memorial Day 500-mile auto clas-
sic- ,-..- t.
Promoter Jim Norris met with
Cus D Amato today to discuss a
heavyweight title ; elimination
bout between D'Amato's fleeter
fioya Patterson and Hurri
cane Jackson. Norris says he
h&snt talked yet with Jackson's
handlers about the bout which
ne would like to stage at Madl
son sauare uarden m June or
Threi. former L-S-U football
stars have 'come to terms" vith
the Los Angeles Rams. Defensive
end Paul Miller, defensive half-
oacK sia Foumet and middle
guard Sid-cason signed for next
l The Sports Car Club of Amer America
ica America has decided not to sanction
a race at Watklns Glen, New
Needles Favorite To Capture
I : ,--i:-wr.. :-r:'-i-.-' -'.
y--' I v
tr I- III
,rry ? f -'
Isthmian Littler Tourney ;
To Get Underway Monday.
On Monday afternoon at :15,the lads from the Armea Forowi
. . ... . 1 .LI I U..1 I
the. All Stars from the Panama
Little League and. the All Stars
from the. Armed ; Forces, Xlttle
League will meet to compete for
tne 1956 cnampionsnip.
In view of the fact that the
other f ranchised little leagues
were Invited, to participate' but
found -it impossible to do so, the
winner of the series between
these two teams will be crowned
this year's champions: Panama,
winner ot last year's tournament
will be defending their title and
Former "Juan Franco Jockey
Reginald Kellman died last
night at the Santo Tomag Hos Hospital
pital Hospital after being stricken sud.
denly at the horse track, area.
The cause of death was not re revealed.
vealed. revealed. .;;
. Kellman retired from race
r'ding several years ago but
was employed bv Auruste w.
Newman as a grooln and. work
out rider.- ; v
A representative of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Jockeys Assoc'ation said
today that Kellman will be in interred
terred interred some ttaie1 tomorrow at
the Jardm de Pas.-"1 j vV j
man' says Watkin Glen race iefl
ficlals are unable or unwilling to:
meet the club, requirements for
anyer ana spectator safety.
v,y r:7 '4,. ; y-'!-.......... ..... 1 ''",'
for 'Udy Lpck" yy
Go and meet her i
V effective seHixiz
Wiu oe uuuig eyorjHuiig iu mrai
power to bring it to the Canal
Zone. -. i- : -";?.;' -''
Jacolbbv L. Maduroy president
of the Lions Club of Panama'
the civic organization that ha;
done outstanding .work In bring-
lnr little league baseball to so
many thousands of local "boys,
has. been invited to throw the
first baU.. Captain William B.
Tucker. President dl thev Armed
Forces Little League will toe tho
batter and Colonel peter s. Pe
ca. commandintr officer- of th
Post of Fort Clayton, will do the
catching in the pre-game. cere
monies. :; v-' -y:. :? i -.s.i
The names of the 'players par
tlclpatlng in both teams weit
not available at pres time hut
wiu be announced in-Mondays
papers." Managing" the Panatea
team will be the man who took
them to victory last year, felix
Larrmaga. for the Armed Forces
Little League, Lt James Tomlln,
manager of the 1958 chammons
from Kobbe, will do the. piloting
and assisting him will f be the
Kobbe edach Ernest Leonard:
AH,' arrangements hava becm
made by the commanding offi
cer or ton uayton to ave the
park m tip top shape and f acui acuities
ties acuities have beeQ. extended to a lo local
cal local radio" station to broadcast
th. gdma in Spanish, i
.The second game. In this two
out oi inree series wiiH played
under the: lights at the Olympic
Stadium in Panama Citv on
Wednesday at; 7:00. p.m. ? If a
third game la necessary. Imme
diately following this game :the
two managers will flip a; coin to
determine .which- park -will 1e
usea..viJ. .-.- v
-LOUISVILLE, Ky, May a -(UP)
Needles; son and grand grandson
son grandson of a champion, was expect
ed to break from the post as the
favorite of a crowd of 100,000 at
Churchill Downs today In the
richest Kentucky Derby of them
: Seventeen pampered three-year-old
colts were slated to
start In the 82nd runn'ng of
America's most famous Jiorse
race, and that huge field would
make tbe total purse a record
One entrant,: the lightly-re
garded come on Red, may be
.scratched unless, the. racing
.strip is muddy. There seemed.
.but little chance of mud, how
ever, for the weather man was
predicting "nice spring weather,
wiu) no rain" nere at racing's
"Old KentucKy Home.-
Post time for the famous "Run
for the Roses' was listed for 4:30
Djn. (CDT) and national televi
sion and radio was scheduled
from 4:15 to 4:45.
If all 17 colts start In the
mlle-and-a-quarter classic, the
winner's purse will be a whop whopping
ping whopping $123,450, and the major major-ij
ij major-ij of "experts" at this auaint
Old racing plant th'nk Needles
will earn this pot for -the D.
and H. Stable, owned by Bon Bonnie
nie Bonnie Heath and Jack Dudley.
The handsome Florida-bred
colt, winner of the Florida Der
by, has' loads of tradition on bis
side Tils' granddaddy.. Pensive,
romped home-in front In 1944
and his daddy, Ponder, conquer conquered
ed conquered in 1949. i'
In The Majors
y LEADING BATTERS
(Base4 en 25 official at bats)
V NATIONAL, LEAGUE
Player and Club g ab r h pet
Boyer, JSt' Louis 13 50 10 23 .4601
Bailey, CincL 11 31 8 14 ,452
Wans, Pitts, i' -14 37 6 16 .43?
ncpuwan ow sj4i' o iu auu.u.u," registered -Its first win of
AMERICAN LEAGUE -V
Mantle; N.Y. 15 56 17 23 .411
Wertz, Cleve. 14 49 1Q19 J88
Courtney. Wash. 10 29 4 11 379,Excelsitr r'.n. 7hi.MtA
Lemon, Wash. 14 46 9 17 .370
Boyd, Baltimore 15 27 4 lO.TO
Rivera, Chicago ft 27 5 10 .3701
- HOME RUNS
Post, Redlegs 8
Mantle, Yankees .w.7
Thomas', Pirates .' 7,
Jablonskl, Redlegs 6
Long, Pirates ?;v......y
Berra, Yankees .;.,...,. 6
1 RUNS BATTEBIN -''
( Mantle, Yankees 20
Berra, Yankees;.,:...,,., 19
Musial, Cardteals ..... 16
Lemon, Senators i. 15 ;
Jablonskl, Redlegs ...... 14
. Post, ''Redlegs .14
Mantle,, Yankees 17
s Yost, Senators .',y,., 13
vPost, Redlegs ...... 14
Bauer, Yankees u....... 14
- Thomas, Pirates -,,.r. IS
Berra, Yankeej r 13;
S ark, Giants M,. ty
?.Berrat Yankees t.
yi V 'WTCHING V A1!
. ,".W L Pet
Wilson, Orioles: '.-. ... 3 0 1.000
Wynn, Indiana 8 .0 1X00
Ford, Yankees-.. 3 0 1.000
,(7 Oed with ,l) ; ;v ::'',; .4
DSp Pirl Xe? j
, !'., .f: (.;, '-.'-, . '' t
Balboa's waterfront champions
suffered their first set -back
Wednesday evening at the Pacific
Softball League park as a strong
Admin Building team ouUcored
them .16 to '4.-.' '-. .?'?.'-!
The Port. Captain's crew were
off and running; in the first inning
s cansecuuve mis ; ay wanson,
Huldtquist and Kenneally combin. combin.-ed
ed combin.-ed with a couple of walks produced
inree runs, iney conunued to
pound the ball hard throughout
the game, but left enough men
stranded on the bases to win as
the Building' Boys, came up with
game-saving plays time after
time''-" .,-'" :'- '- jy
The long fly ball hitters from
the Hill took advantage of a some somewhat
what somewhat porous Port Captain outfield
to score heavily in two innings,
but were held in check by firebail-
er Ray Wilson the rest of the
game. Al ''Red". Miller pitched
for' the winners. While, plagued
with wildness. he struck out a cou
ple Port Captain heavyweights at
crucial times. t v
Five gallons of chili and many
more of cerveza was served to the
Players and a large crowd of spec
tators. The aeries will be resumed
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
St. Louis -,
New York ;
i TODAY'S GAMES ''
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati
New York at Milwaukee
Philadelphia at Chicago.
Brooklyn at St Louis
Philadelphia 000 1000001 T -1
Chicago 000 200 OOx 2 6 0
Roberts (2-1) and Seminlck. -Rush
(l-i) and Landrlth.
(Night Game) f
usourgh 000 102 000-3 6 01
uncmnau 000 022 OOx 4 6 0
Hau (0-3). Face and Kravlts.
Fowler (2-1) and Bailey. .:,..
Brooklyn 000 100 200-
at. Louis 000 107 02x 10 in
Ternpleton (0-1). Roe buck.
Auuiu, nugnes ana waiKer.
senmidt (1-0). McDanlel. Kin.
der and Sarnl, Smith. r
(Night Game)" 1
New York 000 00010ft5vf
Milwaukee 010 000 001 13 8
,nnfonem u-3) and Katt.
Burdette, jolly ,(2-0) and Cran-
By HUNTLEY MJGNOTTr
TKaellar dwelling Wanderers
me season at the expense of the
iaitenng r Surrey- club, which
group muffed an opportunity to
gain ground when the leading
by the Mills1 stalwarts, with nn-
ly two weeks of play remaining,
the hard fighting Excelsior ehib
now -m-'., as AUanUc side
Cricket Champions oM95(LIt Is
au over out tne crowning.
s Wanderers' fast bowling- duo,
Reyes Escalona and Joe Brath Brath-walte
walte Brath-walte kept the Surrey scoring at
miimnum, garnering identical
averages of J for 31, whUe the
oaipper, unos jjrown, Dagged
for 23 as Surrey, playing a list listless
less listless brand of cricket, and ap apparently
parently apparently still smarting over their
last defeat by Excelsior, averted
a complete conarwe onlv throwrh
tn defenslyeness of, -"Bertie"
Franklin, who carried his bat for
zs runs, ana, tne much, needed
contribution of 15 runs each by
W. DeSouza and R. Waterman.
The side was dismissed for a to total
tal total of 87 runs. -.
After losing ; their first air
wickets for 27' runs,' The ,Wan-
uerers oatsmen reaiiy fot going
as George Atherly and J. Brath-!
walte vigorously- ; attacked the
bowling. Brathwaite Fas out aft-j
er scoring; 25, runs but his part-
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. TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Washington ;
Cleveland at Baltlorme "': v.
Kansas City it Newiyork.
" YESTEEDAT'S RF?TTtT
Detroit .,, 000 100 1024 15 I ?
Boston r 010 211 Olx-ui in v i ',
Foytack (0-1). Marlowe. and
Parnep -0), Sisler and White.
K. City 011121000 8 in I
New York 200 210 14x 10 B 1
Kellner. Crimian fn.n T.a.
day Gorman and. Ginsberg. W
- Turley, Grim (2-0) Konstoaty
and Berra. x;
Cleveland -C00 300 0003 TO Of
Baltimore 202 000 OOx 4 3 1
Score. (1-3U MagUe,;' Narleskl
and Naragon. 5"
Wflson -0)', "ziayerlnk.' and
0 Chicago.- 004001 005-5 8 0 ?
0 Washington 020 000 000-1 8 1 0 j
Donovan (1-0) and Lollar.
r-pascual (22); Clevenger and
ner teamed up with. Escalona taO
carry the score to 130 runs, AtluY
erly 62 not out, when time was i
called, vAr commendable job- of i
umpiring was done by Marsu -Clark
and Frank.Doman In this ? --
match. -of t ..;' ...A'-;. .'. -i .'
Playlne exeellenl: riHrt th
Mills C.C. surprised many" ; of V
the fans last Sunday and caused- -:
some anxious- momenta In th
Excelsior eamp before the result -of
the other game became -known.
The enterprising Mills on
this s occasion. Impressed Into
service one Gv'Ansell; a Jamal;
can. fast bowler vacationing on1 -the
- Isthmus. Ansell's debut
proved auspicious, and he was
the main factor as. Excelslor'ai
wickets feH 4 for.10.and: 5 ior 18. 1
A 43 run inning by Anan Ham Hamlin,
lin, Hamlin, and Sid Harwood's timely 14. :
apparently saved the day for the
batting -side, ; who compiled a to- j
tal of 96 runs. Ansell took 4 wick' ;
ets for 24 runs; 'Hanlr hoi. ...1
4 fdf54,-and L.'Thorn- lijor
The match hecame rlnm
when the Mills Ccyrenlied with
71 runs Xor 8 wickets. U Thorne
-32, Ov Ansell 13, ahd'M. Hlnes
10 were top scorers. Excelsior's,
successful trundlers were K.
Griffith 1 for 17, G. Small 4
for 26 and A. Campbell 2 tor 10.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, MAT 5, 1J5I
The AAU pinned a gold medal on Jim Farley's Imposing bosom
recently at the Waldorf-Astoria, and why not? Ht doesn't bat a
round the country padding expense accounts, fouling up eligibility
lect lor... . ;:V;-:-
'Just a moment while I catch the phone. "Oh, I see.. well
that's nice to know. then, naturally it would have nothing to do
with the wessantee case7... thanu so much."
That was Dapper Dan Ferris, secretary 6f the national AAU,
It appears the gold medal is not emblematic of athletic nobility
but rather a mars 01 distinction wnien me meiropouian Branca
of the family annually presents to a prominent citizen in reeogni
. tion of his efforts in the filed of sportsmanship, -.
it was remembered that Farley-had harbored baseball ambi
tlona lit his younger days... Indeed, that he was considered 6me
pumpkins, tf not hot stuff, as a first baseman on the town team
ef Haverstraw (N.Y.), but there was no recollection that he had
corn out for track and field. Would Dapper Dan know?
; ?Th records don't show that he did. But I have a feeling he
went in for the heavy stuff, you know, like putting the shot and
throwing the hammer." .-x.:. r".,t.yv:...r
- It then developed that Dapper Dan was making with a fun funny...
ny... funny... hadn't Big Jim thrown the Dempsey-Tunney tight from
, For the past 30 years and more James A. Farley has been
familiar figure in the metropolitan sports scene. To be known as
a confirmed rrorts addict has never seemed to me to constitute a
rare honor, r six tnis gentieman s case mere was a auierente.
It reflected a ality and an enthusiasm which he brought to every
challenge he faced in life.; ,
ONE GREAT MOVE
. tt .At k. m.i.i.n -mtm th h.l ''timrlnv rnmmlssion"
we ever had. This is something like saying Junior Gilliam U the
greatest lert nemers in tne niswry oi uie wuu. ...
Actually, there were more hoods lrr boxing m Farley's time
than there are now. more tank Jobs and mere betting swindle.
This was lh the bootleg days d Praticallyvevejry rom-runner
ana Dig opens: operator naa ngiim. '"
his "legitimate business.
: Nevertheless. Big Jim instituted the most important piece of
legislation me ring nas wiown v'"x"i' : J
rule. This represented a revolutionary break with tradition ana a
bold, vigorous move to stamp out an ingenious from of treachery
... uu-lul ... .... i :i
If a fighter saw he couldnt wln-h fouled out Thus the bets
. . . 1. 1 1 kafniMiVi a n1 that 1T1
wm uveit. it navmr Deen SDoruwtiy aareeu uciuibihm
the event of a foul all bets were off. It would be hard to devise
a surer sure thing.
All great men have had their detractors. Big Jim is specta spectacularly
cularly spectacularly bald. This lone account for the fact that a character-about-towrt
known as Foulproof Taylor has not taken up perma-
a. u. Im ttal., ...... V. ..
Politician historians sav Farley made FD.R, President Tlsh and
tosh, says Foulproof- in his most-biting cockney accent. It was
' Foulproof 's-speclallv designed protector that encouraged Big Jim
to maice xne move ne oia; it w w "r
the attendant publicity that brought Farley national attention;
Cva the national atten... 'v;t' ''
(This is the true chronology of F.DJt.i elevation to the Pres Pres-nc
nc Pres-nc and bv way of nroof, every snorts writer In town has a copy
at if wtfK miro-irifti lmrfitJitmn.
nothing that, he wasn't even invited to the inaugurataonr and,
. .... 1.1 -.1 IT .J..liJ AmMMfAr'fe
worse yei me commission suBSBqucuwy uuyttu wuiiitu
protective cup. .-
THE VVIUS CASE
To suggest that Big Jim swung the Negro national vote to the
Dems by insisting that Dempsey couldn't fight here unless he
gave Harry Wills, contemporaneously billed as the "Black. Men Menace,"
ace," Menace," a shot at the championship is a bit thick to swallow, w
Just the same, the stand he took certainly didn't lose F.D.R.
any votes. Wills was a popular figure in Harlem.., and still is.
His manager. Paddy Mullins,- was a loyal Tammany patron. Wills
was 34, had lots six bouts and been knocked out in three. As a a--
- a-- gainst this,. 28-year-old, New York-born Tunney had never been
stopped, had lost but once then returned to defeat his conqueror.
Still, Big Jim remained adamant: Wills was the logical challenger.
If the AAU has an event for stand-up guys, Big Jim qualifies
as an all-time champ., TS. He stood up much better than Wills,
who had to settle for Jack Sharkey, and fouled out after taking
a beating in a dismal contest.
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NEW YORK (NEA) Rocky
Mirciano was a fighter in Chtrley
Goldman's past five hours after
the' press conference the champion
held at a mwtown bold.
Charley walked ud the., diner
stairs leading to Sullmani Gym
nasium and went inside, where a
few scattered fighters had started
limbering up. The evening session
at Stillman's was under way. The
trainer they call the "Maker of
Champions was going back to
And for Charlev Goldman, a new
part of bis life started. It was all
behind him now. The early days
with this thick-bodied ditch digger
from Brockton, Mass.days when
it looked like Rocky Marciano
would never be a fighter. And the
lush days were gone, too. The
$500,000 payflaysi The big parties
thrown by the idol worshippers.
It was all in the past now and
Charley Goldman put out his cigar
and went over to the door leading
to the dressing room. A dark-skin
ned kid, wearing a white robe,
waited for him.
"You all right?" Charley said
to Rory Calhoun, the middleweight
hope he trains. v
"Well, set into the rinf and
start loosening up a bit," Charley
"He is eoing to be a champion
Charlev said when the kid left.
"He is the most exciting fighter
around today. But I've got to get
him to do some things. He needs
to learn a lot." v
"Like Rocky did?", a guy asked
"Yeah, like Rocky Charley
said. "But everybody's different.
I tot to build this kid his own
way. You know what I mean. You
ean't live in the past. You got to
CHICK WIRGILES, who was
an official piece-holder of Mar
ciano' earnings, kept his cigar
at the same Jaunty angle, but be
"Look at this suit I got on," he
rained. "I cot no business wear
ing a suit like this now. I took it in
kept spending it. I didn't think the
thing would ever stop. You think
he'll be back in a year? 1 1 hope
you're right. I ain't got no mon-
It mav have changed for others
but when Rocky Marciano went
out. it was the same as when he
wii around. There was a mini
mum of -fuss. When ? he walked
down the hotel corridor there were
(ew people jamming it to watch
Four sirli from the hotel's ban
quet office came out into the hall
and" looked at' cameramenUaking
photos of the retiring champ. -.j
The blonde held a pencil -to her
lin and looked at him.
"So that's! him she said. "He
"Gee. he looks nice, though,
khe red-head said.
"That's why he's quitting.- He
wants to stay looking that way,"
the blonde said.
"It's his wife," the rea-neaa
said. "She made him quit, See,
she got the say over the champeen
of the world."
'It's treat to be a woman some
times," the blonde said.
MARCIANO IS BACK is Brock
ton now, still arching his eye eyebrows
brows eyebrows when somebody talks to
him. Rocky always arched his
ftvebrows. He had them way up on
his forehead the night he threw a
right hand bomb that kicked Jer-
ion at Philadelphia,-
And it is the same tor au weui,
too. The gray-haired manager,
schemer and Svengah who maae
Marciano champion of the world
sneers when you ask him what he
is going to do, -I'll
At. all rieht." he says. "I
ain't going to bo getting no Jobs
in a department store, dent worry
nYln iuit foes on its stumbl
ing way, with or without Rocco
Marchegiaao. He was the quietest
champ we ever naa.
Detroit (NEA) -Jack Phillip's,
at ki. is the tallest man on uie
Detroit roster. There are II play
era who stand six feet or more.
New York William
Sr. ff Merlon. Pa., was
president of the American Inboard
unknninu AI1U I LKIPIU DrTOKIVn 1 JBCKI nODIIl.Vtn IHAVH Tlldkr 1ft. nn WIV tl Mff.K
thief with hit quick legs when he made a clean Steal of. home against the Giants. Wes Westrum.
rew York a catcher, never had a chance. In bursts such as this, Jackie still flies.
Quick Trip To Big Leagues
By JIMMY .BRISLIht 7
NEW YORK (NEAV As
tht Dodgers go bout their Nation National
al National League cnores with practiced
ease, Fresco inorapson, me man
who helped put tnem togeiner, siis
at his desk In a downtown Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn office just like any other
white (collar man. j 4
n.' Jiaa 1pttpr 1 O O k 1
over papers and talks on the tele
phone, cut irom, uiese mouuns
rnmA a Don urvaoaie or aanuv
Koufsx or Chsrley Neal or any of(
the other, young Dodgers who
threaten to wreck the -league for
years to come. -;;, ,;
Thompson I Brooklyn's farm
system boss and the work he does
never was more unaemneu ui
this season. The r Dodgers rare
loaded with youngsters. iney
took the loss of Johnny roares
almost casually It would have
ruined another club. lt
:"We aren't doing It with dice,"
Thompson ssys. -f'And, we arenj
getting baupiayers wun cne.--
books. But we hav a gimmica
that we feel no other major
league club except the lamtees
can offer to a boy who wants to be
a baseball player. ;
'We tell him we can get him
to the big leagues faster than
any other team.That eliminates players in the major leagues than
any other club has produced.
This refutes the usual notion
that a chain gang type ot firm
operation is the easiest way for a
player to become lost.
a lot of people right off the bat.
The boy might pass up money
for. an offer l)ke that. v
"We have our scouts point to a
Drysdale. He's 19 and was in
our farm system only two sea seasons.
sons. seasons. Of take Podres. Two lea lea-sons'
sons' lea-sons' and be was a Dodger. ...
"Ts the organization, that does
it. We have two clubs in each
classification except for. Double
A. Say a boy is ready for Triple
A and Montreal has no room for
him. Well, we csn send lum to St.
Paul for the same experience, v
"And we own five farm teams
outright. We can force feed a
kid there. If the club develops
two or three players for us we
are satisfied. A working agree agreement
ment agreement club can't do that for you.
"We promise the boy he will
get to, the majors quicker if not
at Ebbets Field then some nlace
else. Let's go over the major
league rosters and you'll see that.
Only the Red Sox and Cardinals do
not have, a former Brooklyn Sys System'
tem' System' player. There are twice as
many former Dodger organization
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"That starts with other scouts."
Fresco ssys. "When they try to
get a player the first thing they
ao is knock down Brooklyn, Bos Boston
ton Boston and the Yankees. To sell them themselves,
selves, themselves, they have to tear down the
"Anybody knows that isn't the I
best approach. We come around I
and sell our organization, and
what it can do for a young play player.
er. player. Then we go back and make
sure our farm system managers
are doing the job we promised promised-hustling
hustling promised-hustling the boy toward the big
leagues, if be can make it.
"It is not a case of the rich get getting
ting getting richer, Thompson 'claims.
"We don't have the money to
buy our way around. An awful lot
of times we are outbid. But if the
amount i of money isn't- too far
out of reach, we feel our -scout
should get the boy. We have some something
thing something to sell.'
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CONCENTRATTNO on the
downward blow, the chip Is ad
dressed and struck basically the
same-as the putt, r
The six-iron is the nest choice
for the ordinary chip, ;
Once you have aligned the ball
on a plane with the shoulders, how
and where you place the feet is a I
matter of comfort. I place mine I
close together, well open to the
cud. Doing Una. 1 fet the feeling II
that the target is lying in my lap. I
some contend that you snouiai,
Judge the roll and let the ball land I
where it may. Others say you I
should pick a spot on the green
for tho ball to land, and let the 1 1
roll take care of itself. The aim-'
plest method is to judge the chip'i
by the manner in which it would I
at If vaii nllAf If Kv YnA tA.1"
ward the cup. ;
Unless you feel that you can
already visualize this, practice it.
Roll the ball underhand. Then
transfer the result to the proper
technique of the chip. This is the
most practical way to attune .the
Afterward, judging a chip Is a
matter of using your imagination.
.NEXTtTht popular; myrhe-.
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"Let the people know the truth and the country it safe9' Abraham TJncoln.
PANAMA, R. F SATURDAY, MAT 5, 1S58
1 (NEA Telephoto)
' AT, SERVICES Mrs. Albert,
; Barkley Is shown at Foundry
Cethodist Church in Washing Washington
ton Washington as she attends funeral
' services for her husband, Sen.
- Alben Barkley.
WASHINGTON. May 5 (UP) provided that are intended
The government, striking a new segregated use. the areas involv
mow at racial discrimination, an
nounced today it will deny feder
al funds for construction of segre
gated rest rooms, dining rooms and
other facilities at airports. ;
The Civil Aeronautics. Board
said it issued a special two-page
memorandum April 6 declaring
that "where duplicate facilities are
colonels and. nine majors wit n.
nounced yesterJy. The m a i s
changeover will take place within
the next three months, with seven
of the switches Set for this month.
Colonels affected include, G. E.
f-eone, command surgeon;' A. G
Elegar, C-3; H. S. Tubbs, .Deputy
G-3; Robert E. Coffey, command commander
er commander of the 33rd Infantry. Regiment;
N M. Cox, G-3 training; J. L. Frink
Jr., Gi; Frank D. Miller, G-4; Jo Joseph
seph Joseph R. Russ, command Deputy
Chief of Staff: FW. McGinn, oro-
for ports already built. He did not say .el's office, said the act gives the'sram coordinator; and L. C. Pitt-
No Cash To Jim Crow Air ports
Co!s., It. Cols., Majors Affected
By Big USARCarib Command Change
major command rhantra. thai ,n C- A will Kunn. :.'.., ..".
WUl affect ten U.S. Arm v farh. nffio.- h-,f i. tk. tii.j i : .J "luer, is
beaa-levei.colo.i.h. -.i? ir...;r. J w
colonels .nri ni. : m.w. ""SS ,J?KZfAV I CoL Thorn
ed will be excluded" from feder
al aid. i ..; ;:.'.;. -V'v ?
Th agency announced the pol
icy after it had been disclosed by
Rep. Adam Clayton Powell, Negro
Democrat from New York. Powell
had said he understood it meant
that federal funds would be denied
any airports in whicn tnerc are
Aid For Other Projects
. But a CAA spokesman said it
merely meant that no federal
aid would be granted for segre
gated facilities,, including sep separate
arate separate waiting rooms, d i a i
rooms, kitchens and similar in installations.
stallations. installations. Aid would be given
for other projects at airports
with such facilities, v
. The CAA said that where seg
regated' facilities are involved in
an airport building, federal funds
will be apportioned on the basis
of the square feet of the building.
Federal aid would be denied in
proportion to the amount of space
used lor segregated jacuities. ;
Powell said he also believes it
is "probable" the government al
so will decide to crackdown a-
gainst racial discrimination at air-
how be throught this would be ac
complished, r, f
Issue! Under Study
He a a i d CAA s Administrator
James T. Pyle notified him of the
policy in a letter Wednesday which
stated that "other matters con
cerning the general problems of
racial. Segregation at airports are
still under study and have not been
Powell said extending the pol policy
icy policy to present ainorts would be
in line with a recent Interstate
Commerce Commission ruling a
gainst racial segregation at rail
road stations.- r ;r :
The federal government for
some years has provided aid
grants for airport construction.
Agent Gives Out Funds '.
John M. Hunter, chief of the air
port division of CAA's general cou
(Continued from Page 1)
out of the H-bomb of March 1,
MADISON, Wis., May 5 (UP) (UP)-Democratic
Democratic (UP)-Democratic Chairman Paul Butler
That awesome weapon spewed I took issue last night with Presi-
mlllions of tons of radioacuye
dust and mist as high as 100,000
feet t Into the stratosphere.
Some of this material, he said,
is still settling harmlessly back
to eartn more man a year later,
. , 1 (NEA Telephoto)
ike AT BARKLEY SERVICES President Elsenhower leaves
(Washington's Foundry Methodist Church after attending fu fu-ineral
ineral fu-ineral services for Sen. Alben Barkley. At-,rlght is the Rev.
Dr. Frederick Brown Harris, r Senate chaplain, who presided
. i. at the services.
In Paris Soon
. PARIS, May 5 (UP) Pre President
sident President Tito will arrive here on
Monday by train for a state visit,
it was learned today.
. In spite of strict security pre-1
cautions, it was learned that the
Yugoslav leader would arrive
here by special train from Bel Belgrade
grade Belgrade at 10:30 on Monday morn morning.
ing. morning. .
' He will be accompanied by his
wife and Foreign Minister Koca
TAlPEr. Formosa. Mav' S'TTPV
Mechanic Shan Kim rhnnv ir.
ritated because he had not re
ceived a pay raise in seven years,
tried to run over his boss with
bus in Keelung, police reported to today.
day. today. -
The ptnnlnvpp iiwsniul ln
( . .VBU I, J II 1
but an accountant who was with
him was killed, authorities said.
Police said the
Ipeared "somewhat demented."
to her A y
i:05, 2:58, 4:56,0:54, 8:55 p.m.
THEIR BEST PICTUREl
OFUfAGHIflCfHT f V
OBSESSION" '4 J! (
AGNES MOOREHEAQ. CONRAD HAGtt
He said an area of 25,000
square miles received amounts
ranging from many thousands
of roentgens near the burst of
a relatively harmless SO.roent
eens at the outer fringe. :
Dunning emphasized that this
was not to be taKen as typical.
Me saia the tail-out pattern de
pends on the power of the weap
on, the iiature of the soil &nd
the way the winds are blowing
at various aiuiuaes.
He said he felt Civil Defense
authorities 'should plan the
evacuation of all areas in a
nuclear war that might be sub.
ject to-50 to 100 roentgens.
The roentgen is a unit of ra-dlo-activity
as a quart is a unit
A quick exposure to 499 roent
gens would kiU half of the per
sons exposed, six hundred to 700
roentgens would kill them alL
Today's test blast was believed
to be an effort to tierfect an ef-
iicieni, smaii-caiiber warhead
lor such weapons as ; antl-air-
crart missiles, air-to-air missiles,
mr w grouna ana medium artil
About 25 per cent of the radio
activity of the 1954 blast stayed
in the cloudstream, with large a a-mounts
mounts a-mounts falling back over the bit
inhabited atolls of the Marshall
islands. ,. ,. &r,.-v-j..-.
In Deleoale Vote
AUSTIN. Tex VMav S tTP
Thousands of Texans prepared to today
day today and tonight to turn out for
uemocraue party precinct con conventions
ventions conventions that will test the strength
of Cov, Allan Shivers. ;
. The state's attorney general said
he had received "several reports
of threatened violence" by Negroes
v uie parleys.
A spokesman for the National
Association for the Advancement
of colored People said the state statement
ment statement by Attorney General John
Ben Shepperd was "almost a de deliberate
liberate deliberate act... to incite the people
of Texas to riot over an issue that
is not present."
The conventions more than
1,900 of them reoresent tha first
showdown in the bitter straggle
oeiween Shivers and U.S. Major
ity Leader Lvndon Johnson for
control of Texas' powerful voice
at the Democratic National Con Convention,
vention, Convention, i
Some conventions were schedul
ed for this afternoon and others
for tonight. Delegates will be
chosen for next Tuesday's county
convention delegations to the state
Democratic convention' May 22 in
Dallas. v.a-;:. ..w.-
Shepperd said it "was reported
to me that Negroes in East Texas
have been instructed to attend
precinct conventions in miss" un-
'iike past years." ;
dent Eisenhower in the case of
Vice President Richard M. Nix
on s campaign manager who ad
mitted he used White House con contacts
tacts contacts to get information pa i tome
of his clients. : --
Butler's 'comment was on a
statement by Mr. Eisenhower that
his administration's code of ethics
was not violated in the case of
Murray M Chotiner, Nixon's cam campaign
paign campaign manager in 1952.
Chotiner told a Congressional
committee he had not used his
connections with Nixon to gain fa
vors for clients, including two
black-listed clothing manufactur
ers and two airlines that had cas
es before the Civil Aeronautics
"This is the administration that
promised the highest degree of
morality," Butler said In com
menting on the Chotiner case. He
added there would" be a clamor
for "impeachment, ouster or at
least condemnation of the presi president"
dent" president" if a Democratic president
had said he saw nothing unethi
cal in what Chotmer did.
EVANSVTLLE, Ind., May 5
(UP) Sen. Estes Kefauver call called
ed called on the administration last night
to "follow up" the Hammarskiold
mission to the Middle East with
economic aid to the Arab nations
and arms to Israel.
Kefauver commented on : the
peace mission to the Middle East
bv U. N. Secretary General Dae
Hammarskjold' before boarding a
plane at Jacksonville, Fla., last
night to fly to Indiana where he
will continue his campaign for the
Democra-presidential nomlna- r,
Kefauver and President Eisen
hower stage a popularity contest
Tuesday in Indiana's presidential
preference primary, Kefauver is
all alone on the Democratic bat bat-lot.
'Hammarskiold has at I e a s t
given us" the opportunity and a
little time to work things out,"
Kefauver i said, Vbut you d o n't
work things out without following
"We should immediately follow
Wlln economic assistance iu ine
Arab nations, and we should help
them relocate their displaced per
sonsbut they must guarantee
he told United Press,
agent Discretionary authority in
the distribution of federal funds to
see that they are used "in the best
interests" of the United States. -,
Hunter said the policy was
prompted in part by Supreme
Court decisions banning segrega segregation
tion segregation in public schools and other
Powell said he launched his fight
for the new policy partly because
of his. concern over segregation
practices at the Raleigh-Durham,
The CAA said the policy was de determined
termined determined last fall. The purpose of
the April 6 memorandum,' sent "to
all holders of office of airport field
operations manuals," was to ex explain
plain explain the policy.. k
Zoom Mollel Stock;
; PARIS, May f (UP)- Premier
Guy Mollet won smashing -victories
today on two of the three confident
votes he has demanded from tne
assembly! on bis old age relief bill.
He is expected to win the third
by a comfortable margin later in
Victory came by 260-138 on the
first vote and by. 334-121 on the sec second,
ond, second, The large number of abstentions
on the first ballot indicated dis dissatisfaction
satisfaction dissatisfaction with the bespectacled
premiers use of the confidence
weapon on the controversial issue
In the brief debate which preced
ed the ballot, .several deputies at at-tackd
tackd at-tackd Mollet for using the vote to
close discussion on the issue, and
-claimed it was a question which
should not be have been forced
through the chamber by a confid confidence
ence confidence vote, f ;,
-Most of the bills opponents are
in the chamber's right and center
factions and are reluctant to over overturn
turn overturn the Mollet government in the
face of the boiling Algerian crisis.
And thv ffenerallv aonrove his
handling of the issue which domin
ates ail others in t rance today.
man, former Post Commander at
r ort Amador. ..., :
- Three staff sections G-l, G-3
and G-4 will change command.
Russ wuV replace Eleear. who is
26. The 33rd win be mothballed
and will become the. 20th Infantry
Regimeqt. ?v v
Pittman, who will return to the
States, was succeeded, by tt Col.
Robert W. Garrett :
B. Hicks. Others
M. S. Musser of the Inspector Gen General's
eral's General's office; Lt. Col. .J P. Mastruc Mastruc-"5,;
"5,; Mastruc-"5,; Lt Col. L, L, Toth of
G-2; Lt. Col. R. G. Davey of the
Comptroller's-office; and Lt. Col.
McGinn's replacement as pro- c.si.,.uie,MS section.-'
gram coordinator will be 11. Har- 7 J"?irsi IS0. ,auF ord
old J. Pearson. McGinn also is re- ;. havi 2" "orfr AS"
turning to the United States. ff," ?ted: MJ. H. E.
at Kobbe. will rotate Stateside, fr''?0 ".Veimcal Sec
In a Gl3 switch. Lt. Col.. TomV':1- ros of the
A. Arnold will succeed Cox.
successor hasn't been named.
a third G-3 shift. Major D. L. Can-
who returns to the States. t V vSu .t A "w.Y"'.1-
wiU be siicceeded by CoU. T"S;L t: 4
F. nison. CoUey: t!iet':ri""a' faj- v.-. 93?
, j it ua luaiiaiy missions Mai u
l Tom V2' u u- w"uni of- the
Tubbs-iiudge Advcte office; Maj. J. A.
ned to'iallnin of G-4; Mai -G. E. Beat
L Can-' w! nd Mai- c- Goetz o!
"-fetoaea.t.Cox isltor, Jormerlrlst'n 33rd S-3 at.e rtanUi win fnfln
rruevmg rrai as u-i, r rime wui iivoDDe, win replace api.. u. i;.h.j iiciiipidtii
become USARCARIB Deputy Chief Benson; who hsS Stateside orders. ,, ..A? P0-'1 P
of Staff. Also slated to leave before Au-
MUier's replacement has notUust are the following officers:,
been announced. However, the pre-vLt. Col.: William A. Drake, com-
But when 4,000 Brownie and r! I-
was given th Girl i """" vncrrea at
whoDoin. riri.!f?",.Aw' recently, ,he shook
nd Franklin rI;8.W .AJnn'b'' of the Columbus
bove. isplaysTtei -iZrt&L
cemng her award. uuuuiea arter re-
Penally Is Death
DENVER, May 5 (UP) John
Gilbert Graham was convicted
of first degree murder last ntght
in the sabotagings of an arllner
that crashed and killed 44 per
sons, including his widowed
mother, . .'
. The verdict, without a recom
mendation from the jury, auto automatically
matically automatically meant -death for the
24-year-old perpetrator of the
worst commercial arllne tragedy
In history. , i;-
The Jury, : made up of seven
men and five women, deliberat
ed Graham's fate, for only one
hour and 12 minutes.
Graham was stunned when he
heard the verdict. He dldnt
blink an eye while it was being
read. A few minutes later he was
escorted from the courtroom by
four guards. In the hallway Just
outside the courtroom, he bowed
his head whllernanacles-were
fastened to his wrists..
VesI Germans Hold
l!o Fetes On First
i BONN,' May S i (UP) Fifty
million West Germans observed
the first anniversaryof their in independence
dependence independence today without pub public
lic public celebrations. a ;
One year ago at exactly 12:04
p.m. the Paris treaties went into
effect It was almost 10 years to
the dav since the surrender of
Nazi Germany at the little red
school house at Rheims.
At the moment the treaties
took .effect 10 years of western
allied occupation ended.. West
Germany became an. indepen independent,
dent, independent, sovereign state and was
welcomed as an equal member of
the Free western .' Alliance,
pledged to raise a 12 division
500,O0O-man force for the com common
mon common defense.
But no fireworks, public fes festivities
tivities festivities or triumphal parades
were scheduled to mark the his historic
toric historic anniversary. The shadow
of a divided Germany, split by
the Iron Curtain and the Cold
War, hung heavily over this
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer
the 80-year-old statesman who
led the Bonn republic back into
the free world's ranks as an
equal, vetoed any celebrations
until German unity Is achieved.
GETTYSBURG, Pa., May S
TOP) President Eisenhower
today relaxed with two of his
grandchildren at his rolling
. The President motored here
yesterday afternoon through
bright spring sunshine with six six-year
year six-year old Barbara Elsenhower and
her eight-year old brother, Da David.
vid. David. :. ."v.- --
He also 'was accompanied by
his physician, Maj. Gen. Howard
McC. Snyder. -i
Mrs. Eisenhower arrived at the
farm earlier In the day.
The White House said the
President had no plans for vi visitors
sitors visitors over the weekend. He is
expected to return to Washing Washington
ton Washington late Sunday or early Mon Monday.
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DRUMMING UP GOOD WILL-Edward Kobler. 62, onetime
royal Bavarian drum major, holds one of the ten captured drums
he plans to return to Great Britain as a gesture of Bavarian good
WilL Kohlef.'of Munich, Germany, won the drums in 1944 when
his band placed first in a German music contest. The drums
probably were found by the Germans after the" .British withdrew
from Dunkirk in World War II. Kohler hid them for more than
10 years to return them in peacetime. T ;
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"200 DAYS TO LIVE"-James Garner, left, a senior at San'
Francisco State College, is a hemophilia victim, and must re-
ceive a pint of blood daily to survive. Student body president
LaVelle Holmes, foreground, and other students are shown
donating 200 pints at the Irwin Memorial Blood Bank in a
"200 Days to Live" drive as a graduation sift for Garner. Jim
L has already received 1,000" pints of bloody 500 of which have
been donated by his fellow-student.
riodicaUy switching assignments to
broaden officers' qualifications, and
to give officers an oPDortunitv ta
attend service schools and cours
Boys.6, oy$ 5
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' Eleven babies were, born1 In
Coco Solo Hospital during r. the
week ending May 2, according t
the regular hospital report. Diu
lng that period 96 patients were
admitted and 100 discharged, jr
Babies were born. to th taL
lowing American citizens: pfcL
and Mrs. Vito .. Mecca, of Coco
Solito. sonr Sfc. and Mr. p'nfc
L.,Karnath, of Fort Gullck, son
M-Sgt. and Mrs. Roderick Clay Clay-berger;
berger; Clay-berger; of Fort Gulick snn
Lt. and Mrs. Lawrence. Stamps:
i Babies" were born to h foHow foHow-ing
ing foHow-ing parents of other nationali nationalities:
ties: nationalities: Mr; and Mrs. Joseph Brath-
waiie, or colon, son; Mr. and
Mrs. John Chandler, jr., of Co
juii, uauenier: Mr; anrt t,
Dudley Francis. : of : r. a t i
daughter; Mr. and Mrs. vtcei
k. amiKie. of Colon.; rianwhtor
Mr; and Mrs. Terrence H. Biggsl
of Colon, daughter; Mr. and
Mrs. Marclano Batista, of Colon,
daughter; and Mr. and Mrs. Lo Lo-renzo
renzo Lo-renzo Ribas, of Colon, son. j
1:00. 2:45, 4:35, 6:45, f :04 p.m
barriers of ;