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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
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daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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: Spectators poured into
Record rat this morning to
cio-antitt annual Armarf Forr

" ed at 9:30 and will wind up

' Only 35 minutes after the program opened, 3,112 per
oas had entered Albrook for the show. Later estimates by
V the USARCARIB Information Office placed the morning
attendance at nearly. 10,000 persons. .
' Tha big feature of the) day, however, the demonstra demonstrations,
tions, demonstrations, art beingjheld this afternoon, and officials expect
'that the crowd might exceed the 35,000-40,000 estimate.
Demonstrations were1 scheduled to start at 1; 30 p.m.

" Meanwhile, co the Atlantic
side, Coco Solo Naval Station
had an estimated 5000 visitors
lor Its morning Armed Forces
Day program. A Joint Army, Na Navy,
vy, Navy, Air Force parade kicked the
: Coco Solo affair off at t:30 a.m.
f, also. vfivf
" Todays celebration Is perhaps
r the most spectacular ever seen
oa the Isthmus..'
, Among the most Interesting
Exhibit Is the Signal Corps,
eleris'on display which al- )
lows visitors to see themseuves
'n TV.? ,v .... ;
t' r '-The
The '-The Jungle Warfare Training
Center's animal and jungle shel shel-.
. shel-. ter display also attracted a large
amount of attention this morn-'i
" lng at Albrook, as did the anti antiaircraft
aircraft antiaircraft guns of the 65th AAA
Group, the 33d. inrantry'itnk
and mortar displays and aircraft
of the 'Air Force and Army, ; .;
; Virtually all of the equipment
'and various techniques Used to
carry out "the several missions
of the Carib Command will be
seen before the dav is over.

,W All exhibits were open to the
5 (v) ipubllc at Albrook this morning.

i I' nil1 'ft.iinnn tip.. wanHf

y frf half hour pros; am of d-'in-f
- c.istrations has been arranged, j-

Army aviation .-helicopter s:
LKe to welcome the guests-, to.
:, lowing the welcome, these dem
onstrations were planned: an
Air Force let fly-by; 4.2 mortar
' firln bv the 33d Infantrv Reg
lment; an air rescue demonstra
tion by the 26th Air Rescue
squadron using helicopters and
amphibians: an Army cnemi
cal Office show with munitions
and equipment; the emplace
ment of a 75mm "Sky sweeper
, antiaircraft gun by the 65th
: AAA Group r the capabilities of
U the H-13 and H-19 helicopters
- ana :.L-19. L-20. L-23 and U-l
' Army aircraft; a precision drill
by the Balboa High School ROTC
team; tank platoon formations
toy the. 33d Infantry; a Navy pa patrol
trol patrol Squadron fly-by; the 33d

, 6:;:!:rdlli;hvay ; ;
1$ Opi To Aulos
I f Gaillard Hijrhway was reopened
to normal traffic Friday nighlfaft-
i er the completion ore repair, and
. resurfacing of the section between
Albrook Air Force Base and the
Panama-boundary line which-. has
, been in progress, for the past sev severs!
ers! severs! weeks."

The work has been done by the
i Maintenance Division!: forces and

, the work on the section between
- Corozo Street crossing and the Ci Ci-,
, Ci-, vd Affairs Building entrance was
. rushed to completion to avoid in in-:
: in-: ; terference with heavy traffic ex ex-:
: ex-: pected today for Armed r Forces
1 Diy,- t, j;-
, : w. ,.i ':
i The project includes several ma ma-1
1 ma-1 : Jor improvements, including new
-A section of street to. join Frangipa Frangipa-nl
nl Frangipa-nl Street in.Ancon with Tivoli
: r Crossing, improvement to the AI.
'.J: brook entrance which was done by
f 1 the Air Force, extension of Walk-j'.i'-'er
Avenue in Diablo Heights? to
: join Gaillard Highway, aad instal instal-.
. instal-. v' lationy of traffic lights, ,;,
4 The 'installation of the traffic
1 lights bas not been completed. Aft-

r er the new traffic signals at the

' Walker Avenue and Diablo Cross,
i ins have been installed, the Main

tenance .Dvision will resurface the'

- short section-of the highway be-
. tween the Albrook entrance and
Diablo Crossing. v-..-v.,w

Zoo Cast Flies,
Visit New York
' NEW VORK, May 13 (CP)"-
1 Passengers arriving it Idlewild
- .Airport today included a seven seven-j
j seven-j A'Veek old rhinocerous,, a year old
J'.4orila, two baby lions and an A A-r
r A-r frican scaled- anteater.
The rhino is, bound for : the
Brookfield Zoo in Chicago. The
lions will go to the Swope Park
: Zoo at Kansas City,' Mo. The rest
,l of the. animals are consigned tQ
- the -Forest Park Zoo at Ft Worth,
Tex. I ..'.

Albrook Air Force Bast 'at a
set the Caribbtan Command's
Daw attrartiAn ushirh tjr-

this afternoon at 5 o'clock.
Infantry's drum and b.u g le
corps; ana a joint Army-Navy
Ah? Force-Marine parade.
Refreshment were being sold
at both shows, allowing specta
tors to stay untu tne close oi
the program. Ample parkin?
space also was made available
at Albrook and Coco Solo.
CFN-TV will have a televi television
sion television camera at Albrook until
5 p.m. Various parts ( the
day-long program have been
and are beinr televised.
Approximately 900 troop from
the Army, Navy, Air Force and
Marines participated in the Co
co Solo-Armed Forces Day program.-
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Troops from the Naval Sta
tion, Cristobal High School
ROTC, Third Battalion, 33d In-
f an try -'"Regiment, 764th AAA
Battalion,, 7406th Army Unit and
a Marine detachment opened
ceremonies with' a parade. --
Capt James Q, Craig, com commanding
manding commanding officer at Coco Solo,
addressed the Armed Forces Day
crowd there. ,
Wilson Squelches
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v WASHTNGTON; May 19 (UP)
Defense Secretary Charles B.
Wilson today .abruptly canceled
Air Force plans to fly 218 B-47
Jet ; bombers over Washington
tomorrow. He said one wing will
be enough, r ' v -The
Air Force, which has a a-bout
bout a-bout 1,500 of the 600-mile-an-hour
planes, had planned the
mass flight as part of the Cap Capital's
ital's Capital's Armed Forces Day celebra celebration.
tion. celebration. A B47 wing normally In Includes
cludes Includes 45 planes. ,
Wiljon av m ffictal cuplana-
- ( or hi 4tr. Th -'flight., ol
216 f thf bomber reul4 hvt
bna lha largirt itiK they want
' into th Stmtoat -Air Command
tour yoart ago.
The Aircraft Owners and Pil
ots Association, a private group.
had protested the mass wgnton
safety grounds. It was consider considered
ed considered more likely that Wilson can canceled
celed canceled the- Plan because of an
aversion to sabre rattling.
Some Defense Department of
ficials suggested privately that
opposition to the plan may have 1
come from the White House, the
State Department or the dis-!
armament headquarters of Ha Harold
rold Harold E. fitassen.
Public Gets Look
At600 mph Snark
CuTcfed Missile V
? WASHINGTON." May 19 (UP)
The "public got its first look
toaay at the 600 mpn snark, the
world's first intercontinental
guided missile, vt.. : ;v;
. Th lNk, ratt-paintiil pilotUlt
bombtr wii th tn(ir of attrac attraction
tion attraction at lollinf Air Force Sate,
where all the rm4 torcee attem-
. bled their lateat weapona far Arm.
ee rercei .Day "opn hone. -
' Fpr. the first time, the Air
Force revealed the dimensions of
the Snark. The weapon, design designed
ed designed to carry an 'atomic warhead
''over Intercontinental distances,'
is 74 feet longIts swept-back
wings span 42 eet.
" The missile is now powered by
a J-57 Jet engine of the same
kind that powers the B-52 in intercontinental
tercontinental intercontinental jet bomber,' The
J-57 delivers 10,000 poundsf pf
thrust. .i'- -i '.
The Snark is boosted ttf flyina
speed by two rockets which are
elected from the sides of Its
fu.ielage after burning out.
Impectisn reveatea! that the en-
line h Inrtallee" at the tail of the
miatile an' balanced 'by th nil- -clear
warhead which would be in in-etalled
etalled in-etalled in the aharp pointed note.
.The missile is, guided by auto automatic
matic automatic celestial navigation de devices,
vices, devices, so that it can take hear hearings
ings hearings on -the stars and travel to
its target unassisted by man.
Developed by Northrop .Air .Aircraft.
craft. .Aircraft. Inc. Hawthorne, Calif.,it
has been -flown over distances
of 2000 miles at the Air Force
missile test center :ln Florida.
The missile has grown In size
and power since the first design
was laid down 1Q years ago..

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GETTING IN'ON THE .TARGET this youngster js taking aj( ctive part the Caribbean
Command's "Power for. Peace" show at Albrook Air Force Base early this morning. j'More
than three thousand persons arrived during the first half hour to observe the most Spec
tacular display of might ever shown In the Canal Zone. "Upwards to 40,000 persons are ex-
" - ' .... 1
pected to see the displays and demonstrations before the day ends. (U.S. Army photo)

1

ONE OF THE CENTERS of .attraction at the Caribbean Command's 'Tower for Peace" dem-v'
onstration a( Albrook Air Fbrse Base this morning, was" thjs Sabre. jet fighter; 'Hundreds of 5 :
spectators climbed up to have close look, at the speedy and complicated aircraft,; one of
the many pieces of equipment that made up the ipectacultfr show of might at the seventh
annuaf observance of Armed Forces Day. ;v (U.S. Army Photo)

ARMED FORCES DAT SPECTATORS at Albrook Air Force Base look' dver the Air Force's
H-19B Sikorsky helicopter, a chopper" used for observation, search and rescue, cargo and
transportation. These were jusi a handful of the' thousands of spectators-who Jammed A1-.
brook today for the Caribbean Command's annual AFD shotf. : (Official Air Force Photo)

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TOP; BRASS
FAREWELLS
SEYB0LDS

A' cheering crowd of about 100
oeoDie. mainly top brass and
nign Manama Canal Co. oificiaU
ana their lamuies waved good goodbye
bye goodbye today as retiring Governor
Jonn s. ueypoia anu nis wue
boarded tne special scooter at
the Balboa Railroad Btation at
I o'clock this atternoon.
The Governor, : white-suited
ana smiiine expressed his re
grets at having to leave "all my
good friends nere." Aiterwards,
ue remarked; with a chuckle;
"I aian't tiunk- of it but, I
guess this : la my last pi ess
btaiement nere, i
'.A 45-plece orchestra from Bal Balboa'
boa' Balboa' high Scnool, resplendent- in
tneir ten and wane- unuorms
greatly adaea to the gaiety of
tne occasion with maich music
wnlcn ended witn "Should Auid
Acaualntance Be Forgot" as toe
Governor and his wife boaroed
tne scooter.
There' was much handclasp-
Inn. hUKBing, ana even a Kw
kues tor tne Governor and his
missus, several shy youngsters,
urged on by their parents gave
the GoVernor a lew well-placed
pecks. 1
fievboid. who is leavinv the
Isthmua after having com Dieted
a iour-ycar tour ol duty .was to
board the Panama' lifter Anron
He covdlally accepted the first
Issue of the Balboa High School
yearbook fZonian '56't from a
pretty teen-ager Peggy Ann
Donovan. The Governor seemed
to be in good spirits as he cU'
culated among the well-wishers,
smiling and accepting tneir re regrets
grets regrets at his departure.
One white-haired lady who
insisted on a big kiss from the
Governor saia:
s'We'll miss you terribly."
'. Despite the bright noon-day
sun and the heat the crowd
gathered around the Balboa
station fdr about 30 minutes pri prior
or prior to the 8ey holds' departure..
Ait ROTO unit formed an honor
guard leading to the tram plat platform,
form, platform,
Well-wishers in 'the crowd
consisted mainly of U.S. Embas
sy officials, members of, the
Panama diplomatic Corps, Pan
ama Comptroller Robert Heur Heur-tematte,
tematte, Heur-tematte, Chief of protocol, Ca Ca-milo
milo Ca-milo Salcedo-Levy. Caribbean
Command commanding general
William K. Harrison, jr. ana
other brass. ,s ; :. :
Of the Panama Canal Co.
staff only top echelon officials
were visible, v". There was a no noticeable
ticeable noticeable lack of ordinary Canal
workers at the station. Armed
Forces Day may have been proi
vldlng some competition.
A large group of government
representatives accompanied the
Seybolds on the scooter, to the
Atlantic side. Mrs. R. K. Morris, i
of Panama boarded the scooter
with a farewell gift, her special
brand of home-made brownie
cookies wrapped in a.batea.
A few spectators watched the
farewell ceremony from Balboa
Heights.

Pretty Divorcee Multiplies Troubles

Of Ex-Kingpin Bookie Harry Gross

NEW YORK May 19 (UP)-A
Brooklyn. Jury found ,, tormer
kingpin bookie Harry, Gross
tuiltv last nisht of swindling a
pretty New Orleans divorcee outi
Or S13.85Q.' s
The pudgy, 39-year-old gam gambler
bler gambler stood forlorn and whitefac whitefac-ed
ed whitefac-ed as be heard the verdict of
th eall-male Jury, which deliber deliberated
ated deliberated more than ten hours be before
fore before arriving at a verdict.
No date was see for sentenc sentencing,
ing, sentencing, but the guilty verdict could
send Gross to jail for a maxi
mum of ten years.
It was a case of troubles mul multiplied
tiplied multiplied for-the one-time bf-ss of
a $20-mllllon betting empire.
' Gross is already servins time
for violating-his parole by wan wandering
dering wandering off to New Orleans upon
release from Riker's Island.
He was sent -to Rlker'a on a
bookmaking conspiracy convic conviction.
tion. conviction. .

AAunjcipol Polls;
Goytia Declares

l ie II Show Tonight

The political machinery of all Panama's national and
municipal political parties were being geared today for
tomorrow's municipal elections as Ernesto de la Guardia

Jr. continued to pile up his lead over Victor F. Goytia in the
presidential rote count.

, : Results from about 500

Guardia 113,467 votes to lead

464, by 61,003 votes. ,.

Goytia continued to make a good showina in Pana

ma City but kept falling behind in the overall count as de

la Guardia continued to score one overwhelming victory
after another in the tallies from other provinces.

Bars again closed down at
noon today and the travel re
strictidns imposed last week will
again go into effect this eve
ning.
Voter, will begin going to the
polls, at Tim. tomorrow morn.
ing toii selsct oouncilmen in 64
districts, ( vj"
In Panama City there Vre 45
candidates for,.l5 council seats.
Tne vwionrt patiiotlc v"Goaa
tlra.
the National Liberal and
AVads Are Given
To Balboa Pupils
Achievement awards for schol
arship, sports and extra-curricular
activities were presented "this
week to several hundred Balboa
Hleh School students during the
15th Annual Awards Day assem
bly held in the Balboa Gymna
sium.
Six Balboa High School seniors
were named the most outstanding
members of the graduating class
They, were Richard' Angstadt,
James : Reece. James Hots. Janet
Stockham, Mary' Curtis and Peg
gy Donovan. Miss Curtis and Miss
Donovan also were named, the
highest ranking graduates.
High School students maintain
ing an "A" average during the
year were Joan Dimpfl,. D I a n e
Jacobs, Martha .Miller and San Sandra
dra Sandra Jiorencyc Edward Scott- was
named the most outstanding ath athlete.
lete. athlete. .,y:.r '--";'. '.'
Other awards given out during
the assembly mcluded; v
The American Legion Spanish
Award: Patricia Hatler, first, and
Alien Lowne, seona.. ,s i ;
The' First Year Spanish Award:
Bill Brunner, first, and Kathleen
Anker, second.,
The Reserve Officers Associa Association
tion Association Award, Richard Angstandt.
The American Legion American Americanism
ism Americanism Award: Rose Ann McG a r r,
and Dorothy Cotton;
Most outstanding science stu-
dents-, Michael Witkin and- Fran-f
ees Brandl.
The Hearst Trophy Award was
given to the members of the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High School ROTC Rifle
Team, which took third place an
mong 84 schools competing in the
: Third Army Area
o ?
Gross faces eight years on
earlier gambling convictions. If
Judge Nathan R, Sobel gives him
the -maximum, punishment, on,
the swindling conviction, he may
thus spend the next 18 years in
Jail. 1
' Gross was the main figure in
the 1950-51 Brooklyn bookmak bookmaking
ing bookmaking scandals, In which police policemen
men policemen and public officials virtual virtually
ly virtually acted as secret partners in
gambling operations. ;
The Jury that convicted Gross
on the swindling charges yes yesterday
terday yesterday had read to them the en entire
tire entire testimony of the plaintiff,
Mrs. Cella Cooperman Giddens,
a 35-year-old shopowner.
- Mrs. Giddens said she gave
Gross. $13,850 to save his mort mort-ggaed
ggaed mort-ggaed home on Long : Island,
with, the understanding they
would live there after he divorc

precincts today aave de la

Goytia who has Dolled 52.-
PLAY BY PLAY
PANAMA: be la Guardia, 20,
012; Goytia, 9,116 (69 pre pre-chicts)
chicts) pre-chicts) COLON.- De la Guardia, 13,838;
Goytia, 8147 (88 precincts)., f ;
CHIRIQIT: Te la Guardia,
17,182-Goytia,- 9,m (114 pre-
cmcts),' vy:-
TERAGUAS: t la Cluardla,
18,881; Goytia, 4,672.
LOS SANTOS: De la Guardia,
11,935; Goytia J.140.
COCLE: re la Guardia, 12,162;
Goytia, 3,021,
HERRER A : :: De la Guardia,
11,935; Goytia, 3,140.
- BOCAS DEL TORO: De la
Ouardia. 4 n)3r nnvtia. 1 H2S
(16 precincts).
DARIEN: De la Guasdla, 2,-
313; Goytia, 1,635 (16 precincts).
Renovacion Popular Autentlca
have each Jiomlnated 15 candle
dates. 1 1
Foreigners who have lived in
the Republic for over five years
or those who have lived in Pan
ama for more than two years
and are married to Panama
nlans or have Panamanian chil children
dren children are. eligible to vote in to
morrow's elections.
; The Panama Provincial Jury
suspended activities around 1
p.m, today until Monday morn morning
ing morning after separating and count--lng
the presidential votes from
69 precincts: De la Guardia's to total
tal total here was 20.012 votes. For
Goytia, 19.116 an advantage of
896 votes for de la Guardia. ...
Police used tear gas last
night to break up a rally held
A. n.L.llJ .V.J S. M.SIa ..I
,d h fol,oweM who ,dopt.
ed the same tactics they used
on the .two Went previoot
when nnauthorized meetings
were held after Goytia arrived
at Santa Ana Plaza and walk walked
ed walked down Central Avenue, 'pick 'picking
ing 'picking up : liia: followers as he
went along,.'
, Goytia has said he will- again
be on streets tonight, because
there Is no law against an Indi Individual
vidual Individual taking a peaceful walk
through the streets of the city.
Tear gas was also used to dis disperse
perse disperse crowds' of people gathered
at Santa' Ana Plaza shortly aft-.
er-the . Rochet. Yard- meeting
was broken up by a detachment
of police armed with rifles' and
tear gas'bombs.
Several persons were reported
ly injured during the scrambles
to escape the fumes of the tear
gas used by the police.
. However, there were no gun
shot wounds, although police
reported being fired upon in the
vicinity of "Mercadlto Arias" or
Lumber Yard where the second
Impromptu ; rally was held bj
Goytia and his followers Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night. ,4 . f
; Six persons were arrested last
night One, Pablo Sotillo, a mem member
ber member .of- the Liberal party, is
charged with illegal possession
01 a iirearm.. Tne otners art
accused '9 disturbing 'the

peace. -

ed bis wile and married her.
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Ithe mail box

MEET MR. MURRAY CHOTINER

Sir:

'ur Miirrav'fThnHiiif'r. a California lawyer, may be credited

with saving Richard Nixon for the Vice presidency two times.
The first was when he arranged the television show in which
Nixon explained" the $18,000 pin money that California ad admirers
mirers admirers had contributed to him as Senator. Mrs. Nixon s cloth
coat and their cocker pup, Checkers, were. also part of the
property and cast of that show. It brought a verdict of clean
as a hound's tooth," from another admirer, Gen. Eisenhower,
then candidate for President.
Mr. Chotiner's second saving Of Nixon was inadvertent. It
happened at a hearing of the Senate permanent Subcommittee
on Investigations April 24. The hearing involved Sam and Her Herman
man Herman Kravitz, Joseph Abrahams and Nathan C Lieberman. Her Herman
man Herman Kravitz, a clothing maker, had already been convicted of
misappropriating government materials and fined $5000 and
blacklisted as an Army contractor.
Mr. Abrahams took the Fifth Amendment and refused to
answer questions about a small item of the purchase of $9,000,-
000 worth of unregistered Federal, state and municipal bonds.
Mr. Lieberman also invoked the Fifth Amendment and refused
to' answer questions of Senator McCarthy, of all people, about a
1,300,000 bank account. I'm surprised that Senator McCarthy
tUd not match his "Fifth Amendment Communists" with "Fifth
Amendment Contractors." ;
Z Mr. Chotiner got into the cast when Robt. F. Kennedy
counsel for the committee, turned up in the Kravitz accounts
1 payment of $5000 to a Mr. Chotiner, who turned out to be
none other than Murray, the political proctor of Richard Nixon
In. all of his campaigns. , ,
when asked why a West Coast lawyer was hired, Murray

ST.. Kimrael, an accountant-empioyea oy tu-aviiz sa u.
"I heard he was hired on ability, not on location,

Jtoo, that he was an influential person.
trhipvpri supntss in matters of this sort."

that he was an influential

"Matters oi wnat son ivir. is.cuucuy m. tl
"Government Investigation in the handling of Government

property, Mr. ivunmei repuou. x uccuu uu u...wu
Cftses successfully." - v .
Although Mr. Nixon brushed off the ChoKner affair as Just
' r"lawyer serving a client." he lost no time in informing Presi President
dent President Eisenhower that he had completed the charting of his
tourse and would be delighted to run again for Vice president
hn the -Republican ticket. The administration from Presdent
Eisenhower down denied that there was any "influence in involved
volved involved and referred to Chotiner as "former" in his relations
lthHever, Newsweek, which is not a Democratic publication,
has called attention to a rebuke in 195f to '"William M. Boyle,
then executive vice chairman of the Democratic National Com Com-fcxlttee,
fcxlttee, Com-fcxlttee, for making an appointment with the Reserve Finance

Corporation for the head .of the American Litnoioia uompany.
Mr. Nixon, then a Senator, had admonished Boyle: "The very
Jact that the introduction comes, lrom the National Commit Committee.
tee. Committee. . eonstitutes influence." w ; . r
What's that old saw about whose x Is gwed? 4 aa. -I
unw if t.hA intrnrinp.tion had come from members of the

White House tsteff, what would

white House aides of president isisennower aia mase cans m
ihe Civil Aeronautics Board for MK Chotiner. This was ad-
'Jmitted by Press Secretary Haggefty and in a press conference
President Eisenhower confirmed it. But he saw no Impropriety
in it, because both cases before the CAB were decided against
Chotiner's clients. J :r , : tl.
Isn't that a bit like a defense lawyer asking for the ac acquittal
quittal acquittal of a burglar who has broken Into a bank, because he
irould not get the vault open? If the cases had been decided
in favor of Chotiner's clients, would President Elsenhower have
bonsidered it improper? There are lots of other, unanswered
questions in this case.
1 Another gentleman, who got Into the cast as a client of
Chotiner was W. A. Partzow, referred to by Time as "a con convicted
victed convicted jury tamperer.'.' He was supposed to have been contact
iman for Chotiner and his Eastern clients. Chotiner refused to
testify regarding his business with Partzow on the grounds of
fcecrecy between a lawyer and his client However, later in the
investigation It was revealed that Partzow had never asked
fVinHnar tn renresent him nersonallv. ?

J Partzow also has as poor a

he Invoked the. Fifth Amendment in refusing to answer many
questions, he did testify under oath that he had met Chotiner
only once' casually. On the other hand Chotiner testified that
Yin hart conferred with Partzow three or four times. Partzow

Siad recommended Chotiner to

xielli, described by Rout. Kenneay, Attorney ior me wmnuiwe,
tvi tnn hnnriinm in Phil&delnhln and New Jersey."

RegneUi paid Chotiner $1000 for representing him In an
attempt to get a deportation order set aside, although Chotiner

admitted tnat he had no previous experience in tmn

Time In discussing this angle of the case points out in naren naren-theses
theses naren-theses that Chotiner was unsuccessful :
chotiner has managed all of Nixon's political campaigns,
be Is credited with teaching Dickie some of his slickest tricks.
T.of.itiv ha has hern teachincf the tricks at ReDUblican Head-

ouarters in Washington. He was one of the "shiniest" Knights
In the Great Crusade of 1952, but now1 that the chinks in his

armor are showing he wm soon-oe lorgouen oy wie nepuDu nepuDu-H.
H. nepuDu-H. is already "former" In the one party press and by the

time November comes he'll likely

California lawyer, probaoiy a uemocrat.
- Crede Calhoun

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Labor News'

And
Comment
" This columa has heea prepar prepared
ed prepared hy Victor Riesel-'s stall oi oi-kowing
kowing oi-kowing a bedside confereace with
the strickea columnist)
The revived Elan, as it rides
anew through the south, travels
comfortably these nights but not
on horseback. The newest of Im
perial Wizards, Eldon Lee Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, himself an Atlanta auto auto-worker,
worker, auto-worker, is at least loyal to the in industry
dustry industry in which he works.' The
racing racist drives three cars-
two of them 55 models and one
'56 model, a sign that the new
man is nrosDenns.
The Knights of the Ku Klux Klan
are not only well-wheeled but also
well-heeled with shooting irons, ac
cording to the secret report pre
pared ior waiter Keutner. ine
document now on the Auto 'Union
chiefs desk indicates that Klan
leaders have a "large reserve"
of guns and ammunition', which
they have stocked "in case of any
uprising. '
Other labor officials, who have
either read or been told about the
hitherto undisclosed survey, are
saying that they are "more dis
turned than before" at this new
est development in the south. They
frankly admit that they don't quite
know what to do about the explo
sive situation below the Mason-
Dixon line. One union president,
wiui a large meiuuersmp in uie
. 1 1 l ; a 1
south, put it to me tms way:
"It was bad enougn figntuig the
White Citizens Councils. They cre created
ated created such a tough situation that
all southern organizing plans had
to be postponed.- In fact, things
are so bad that it's difficult to
keep many of our unions in line
in the south. But if the KKK has
the kind of mass backing they
claim in this confidential report,
we are really in trouble."
Prior to the preparation of the
secret survey for the UAW, top
seeking legal advice on secession
from the
""J
AFL-cio and tne crea-
an all-white southern feder
ation of labor.
They knew, too, that the revolt
a g a 1 n s t the stand of George
Meanv and others on the race ques
tion had enrolled the backing ofj
manv active southern unionists
such as Jack Brock, a member of
the International Typographical
Union and editor of the Alabama
Labor News. Brock had even writ
ten several editorials blasting the
AFL-CIO position on desegrega
lion.
The implications in the Aulo
Union's 1 carefully guarded docuJ
ment. however, have onlv com
oounded the discomfiture of many
national union chiefs.' Iteuther was
told, for example, that the Klan
in Memphis claims to have an
official of the Iron Workers Union
"and 250 members of the union"
in its ranks. r
In Georeia. the report adds,
KKKK spokesmen boast that "two-
thirds of the union oinciais at two
GM plants '- there are secret Klans
men.: . V-
Anonymity is the secret weapon
behind their growth, KKKK lead leaders
ers leaders are quoted as saying, in the
Reuther report. They have set up
their new apparatus in a manner
oddly reminiscent of Communist
chain of command techniques,
They follow a strict "cell" basis,
according to uie uaw survey.
Each cell has 15 members, di
rected by a leader who transmits
instructions veroauy.-utue or nom nomine
ine nomine is out in writing. Even mem
bership cards carry no identify
ing names, investigators, mere mere-fore,
fore, mere-fore, had to skillfully infiltrate
the organization in order to se
cure -the information for the re
port
ProDaeanda is carried on pri
marily by word-of-mouth. Even
the usual printed material former
ly issued by the Klan has been
sharply cut back.
The emphasis on secrecy and
strict security measures has re reduced
duced reduced the necessity for masks or
sheets, according to Klan leaders
quoted in the Reuther survey,
Since no one cell knows the full
identity of the members of other
cells, they say. "Klan members
do not actually know other Klans-
men."
The KKKK brags, too, accord.
ine to the confidential study or
dered and paid for by the UAW J
that they have been successful in
demonstrating their strength on
the community level as well as
in unions.
The probers disclosed that the
KKKK'ers say they have launched
nrntest drive against contribu
tions for the Community Chests in
southern cities since one of the
beneficiary -organizations Is the
Urban' League, the national Ne-
gro organization specializing in em employment
ployment employment problems. They claim
that they have managed to put such
a crimp in donations from work-
. I il. Ul m Mlan4a that "in flOAMB
ers in uie uig auv ui uv..
nf cities" Community Chest drives
"have been cut by almost. 50 per
cent."
If the fabulous claims of the
new. unsheeted Klan are true, the
union members loyal to the AFL-j
CIO may soon find tnemseives
in a new civil war in the south.

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Marshall
WAHINGTON fNEA) U.S.
International Cooperation Adminis Administration
tration Administration Offices, administering for foreign
eign foreign aid in Bonn, Germany, and
Vienna, Austria, will be closed
July 1. Later in the year, says
ICA Administrator John B. Holiis Holiis-ter.
ter. Holiis-ter. offices in Rome. Italv. and
j Paris, France, will be closed.
This will make nine U.S. foreign
economic aid missions liquidated!
in. Europe in this fiscal year, Five
were closed last September. They
were in The Netherlands, Portu Portugal,
gal, Portugal, Denmark, Norway and
Belgium-Luxembourg.;

It will leave only five of the tPlam which was started with such
-iffinal Mbrehnll L PI'am' tMlAlnntol'1 BMat rt Anlkiicittm In'

original Marshall Ffaw missions
going. The principal one will, be in
London, for which no closing date
has been set. It is still administer administering
ing administering a sizable program of U.S. sur surplus
plus surplus disposal for British currency
counterpart funds to help finance
British defense. '
The Greek and Turkish missions
will be continued. Aid to these two
countries and their military de defense
fense defense is now linked more closely
with the eastern Mediterranean
area.
U.S.
economic aid missions in'
Spain and Yugoslavia are also be
ing continued, but these two coun
tries are not in the North Atlantic
Treaty Organization. Thus far,
Spain has been allocated' 232 mil million
lion million dollars in defense support and
Yugoslavia 336 million.. For next

Walter WincKell In

THE BROADWAY CROWD
Celebs About Town: J a y n e
Mansfield and her Imaee cashine
in on all the pufflicity near the
ti. Moritz. f assersby greeting Last
Year's Miss Nobody 'with affec
tionate greetings ... Eddie Cantor
at the Persian Room ringside
leaning tne laugnter at Faul Hart
man's comediantics . E. Mgr.
Durocher chuckling at the Madi Madison
son Madison Avenue hackies yelling: "What
happened to the Giants?" ... Hooe
Hampton and Prince Hassan in
The Little Club . Socialite Peter
Winthrop wearing a $225 cashmere
suit made from a stuffed sailfish
he caught ... Patti Page thrilled
over the Command Performance
May 24. The White House Cor J
respondents affair at which Ike
is g. of h . Joan Crawford. Joan
Fontaine and Joan Blondell ssudy-
tng Mae West's chassis at The
Latin Q .. Alfred G. Vanderbilt
and Pal (at 52nd and 6th) seized
with uncontrollable laughter ...
Newlywelded Robert Sylvester and
Kay Norton being toasted at the
Stork Club s reception. She leaves
today for Nassau alone. On her
Honeymoon. He has a col'm to do
and her rid clients miss her gen
ius.
Sallies In Our Alley: The Big
talk in the RSVP last night dealt
with the ill-fated shows that col
lapsed out of town . "What,"
inquired one chap, "was wrong
with "The Ziegfeld Follies'T" .
"No Ziegfeld!" growled a critic
. . Roy Hamilton's idea of a soft
Job: "The guy who puts eggs on
the chins of 'Person to P e r s o n'
guests."
Show Business. Novelet: Her
name is Yoko Tanl ... Japanese
film star . She has been living
happily in Paris (where she- work worked),
ed), worked), with her American husband,
Roland Lesaffre ... Her agents
signatured a contract for a film to
be made in Tokyo. The director
will by Kurosawa, who clicked big
with "Rashomon" t . The con contract
tract contract stipulates that she must wear
kimonas again, eat only with chop
sticks and that her husband must
not- join- taer ia .Japan V-until, she.
has been there one month
Un-
til you become Japanese again.'

About ItIn a Free Press

Plan Closing
By PETER EDS0N

year, 45 million dollars in defense make most critics of foreign aid
support funds are being requested think that It is a constantly ex ex-for
for ex-for Spain and 30 million for Yugo-; panding and never ending
slavia. I program.
Actually, U.S. aid to Europe has The important point most fre fre-been
been fre-been tapering off gradually for quently overlooked in this criti criti-the
the criti-the past two years. No new pro-j cism is that the big item is mili mili-grams
grams mili-grams have been started since tary aidwhich must apparently

July, 1954. The only continuing
program is 12 million dollars for
next year, requested to aid West
Berlins industries and help care

ior reiugees coming irom oemna 13 nuiion win be for military aid.
the Iron Curtain through East1 And practically all of the 6.6 bil-

Beran4.;"'- -' ,;.f j '' 1

ao oy ana targe, tne Marsnauor muuary supplies

a great surge of enthusiasm in'
1948 and continued in the Mutual
Security Program in 1953, will be
liquidated by mid-1957. Its i main
function,, which was to aid in the
economic recovery of war-torn
Europe, has succeeded
What it proves is that these for foreign
eign foreign aid programs do not have to
go on forever, but can be termi terminated
nated terminated in time.
This fact has been generally lost
sieht if in all the hullabaloo over
1 President Eisenhower's request
for 4.9 billion dollars to run the

mutual assistance programs next own defense has risen from 6.3
year. This year's appropriation billion in 1950 to 12.4 billion this
was only 2.7 billion dollars. There! year.Tbeseven-year total is near near-are
are near-are 6.6 billion dollars worth of for-;ly 75 billion dollars. It's better
eign aid supplies on order but not than live dollars for every one

delivered.
iuese are : me ugures wnicn
Memos of a Midniehtcr: Bettv

George and a furrier are havlwood starlets ... Pretty Laura
ing a Large Difference of OpinJ Greer of Reader's Digest weds

ion about a $10,000 mink. "I
thought," she told him (with her
Best Baby-Store), "it was a gift!'
... Paramount. starlet Nikki Du
val and her groom (just back from
Europe; are not watching the same
TV set. Martha Raye's mail is
crowded with sympathetic com,,
ment. Estelle Taylor, almost lost
during major surgery, is mend mending.
ing. mending. Her betrothed is a West Coast
hotel prop. Elia Kazan's new
"find" (sexy Carroll Baker) b de
scribed as a female Brando. She
will wear a 78 cent dress in Tenn.
Williams new play, ''Baby Doll"
. . Ronald Postal, who was Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Whiting's feller, is' now her
sister Barbara's ... B'way Com-,
modore Dutch stages his 56th af affair
fair affair May 31st at Mickey Walker's
popular spot . Blue Anpfa
thrush Suzanne Godet Is Llndyite
Carol Verne ... The Sardi's gos gossip
sip gossip had Arlene Francis and hus husband
band husband Martin Gabel in a splitua splitua-tion.
tion. splitua-tion. He left the cast of "Hunter"
to join her in H'wood for 2 weeks.
Cast of Characters: George
Abbott, the musical show hit hit-merchant,
merchant, hit-merchant, who exudes dignity. He
is always called Mr. Abbott
Claudette Colbert, one of the
stage and screen's experts, who
also excels at portrait painting
... The Jones girls who proved
you do not need a fancy stage
name; Jennifer and Shirley .
Budd Schulberg, who won medals
with "On the .Waterfront ; and
sugary notices with "Harder They
Fall,'' says he won't write any anything
thing anything for a year . Irving Berlin.
who winces at birthdays, agreed to
many taped radio-teevee interviews
and then fled to his upstate retreat
without listening to any of the sal salutes.
utes. salutes. Busied himself writing his
next hit . Robert Griffith, who
co-produced "Damn Yankees
and "Pajama Game," served his
apprenticeship as a stage mana manager
ger manager for 20 years . Gwen Verdon,
whose remarkable emerald orbs
are speckled with yellow..
The Broadway Ticker: Captv R.
Robertson (Jayne Mansfield's beau-
mance) is usuclly listed in the col-
"lyums as an airlines pilot. He is

Down

continue indefinitely for U.S.
se-
cunty.
Out of '-next year's 4.9 billion
dollars reauested for foreign aid.
lion In unspent aid funds will go
Beginning with the Marshall
Plan in 1948, the 1? free countries
of western Europe' have received
13.5 buiion dollars worth of eco
nomic assistance. Beginning with
the Korean war threats to the free
world in 1950, military aid to
European countries has also to-!
taled 13.5 billion.
U.S. economic aid to Europe has
been declining steadily from 5.T
billion dollars in 1949 to 100 mil million
lion million in 1955 and 1956. In this same
period, what the recovering Euro European
pean European countries have spent on their
I U.S. dollar invested in -Europe's
defense.
Men Yora
also Personal Mirr far
John Lamb before summer fades.
according to the Walsh Steak House
crowd ... The new Coliseum at
tendance is reported "away off."
One reason may be the charge of
lis to see a lot of commercial
exhibits . Feature Page tip? the
joe nooney quartet was the toast
of the music world years ago. The
bass fiddler will be ordained Fa Father
ther Father John in the Capuchin Order
(Beacon, N.Y.) June 15th. '. Sid
ney Kingsley, now a CBS exec,
plans "Men In White" (his Prize
Play) as bis first tv offering. After
that, "Dead End," prob'ly with
music . It's a boy for the Jockey
S. Coles.- He celebrated by win winning
ning winning two in i. row "The RivL
era" by songsmith J. McCarthy
will survive "The Ziegfeld Follies"
... Mrs. Mark Goodson (wife of
tne "What's My Line?" co-parent)
got her Mexican-cellation . Big
Rumor: "Godot" finally showed up
at me uoiaen xneatre and walked
out after the 1st Act.
' Sounds In the Night: At Dun Dun-hall's:
hall's: Dun-hall's: "Here she comes. Ready
to give all the dirtails" ... At
Chiaventone's: "He believes ev
erything she says. Very Girlable"
. . At McCarthy's: "Be careful
what you tell her. She's an echo-
maniac" ... At the Gondolier
"She's the type who separates the
Men from the Boys and Women
from their husbands" ... At Lin-
dy'sr "Wonder why columnists
print so many lies? ... "Be "Because
cause "Because the papers' lawyers won't let
them print the truth 1"
Curtain Calls: Gladys Shelley's
latest song: "The Man With
7 Loves." Steve Clayton renders it
on a Jubilee jem . Dinah Wash Washington's
ington's Washington's Mercury platter of "Cat
On A Hot Tin Roof." Abner Sil.
vers newy ... Kurt Maier's pi piano
ano piano music (by Candlelight) at the
Little Club ... Carmen McRae's
latest delight: "Star Eyes"
Art Waner's MGM piano album?
"Girl of My Dreams' . Sid Cae Caesar's
sar's Caesar's travesty on Alf Hitchcock's
TV style Monday nightjOne of his
aces ... The Stork Club's next
(continued on rage 7)

IVasioto;)
Merry-Go-Rou;iD
ty PHEW FEAnSOMl

WASHINGTON The reasons'
why President Eisenhower is not
bestowing any official status or
personal blessing on the trip' of
ex-msident Harry Truman to
Europe go back to a series of in incidents.
cidents. incidents. They have led to consider
able bitterness on the part of the
president toward the ex Presi President
dent President i
Mr. Truman will be entertained
by U.S. ambassadors abroad, also
by the Queen of England and oth
er beads of state. But he will have
no official standing., ., -At
one time alter the trium
phant tour of Bulganin and Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev througn India. Burma, and
tne Mioaie Jtasi, vinous U.S. am
bassadors urged that a top-icvei
American tour those countries to
counteract the Soviet trip. Mr. Tru Truman's
man's Truman's name was mentioned among
the possible .envoys, but the sug suggestion
gestion suggestion never got beyond the State
Department which knew how Tru
man wasregarde dm the White
iiouse. ,;
Secretary of State Duties took
the good will trip to India and Pak Pakistan
istan Pakistan instead, but was not invited
to Burma. He angled for an in invitation,
vitation, invitation, but Premier U Nu did not
extend .one.
IKE AT POTSDAM
Background of the Eisenhower
resentment against Truman goes
hack to the 1952 presidential cam
paign when Truman delivered a
blast against Eisenhower for heme
as much to blame as anyone else
for the Russian Coiridor around
Uie city of Berlin. Trur.ian pointed
out that Eisenhower had been his
tliief military adviser at Potsdam.
.iad assented to tbc Berlin sere-
ment, therefore should not criti
cize me Democrats for its terms,
Came imticuration Dav. Jan. 20
witen the President and the Pres
ident-elect ri-ic U t. e Capitol to
gether for the swearing in cere-
irony. Hers the first hint of Ei
senhower bitterness cropped out.
as rresioent x rum an s:mo in urn
White House front hall waiting for
the Presid ait-elect. Eirenhower
orove up to the lront dcor but did
not get out of the car as is cus
tomary, to greet the num who was
still President of the United States.
Truman waited in the front hall.
Finally it became apparent that
Eisenhower was not going to get
cut of the car, so Tiuman went
nut to the car and they both drove
to the Capitol. They observed the
amenities but that was all.
TURMAN AND HOOVER
That spring when Truman came
back to Washington for the first
time, be was not invited to the
White House..- He remarked to
friends that hr had Invited Herbert
Hoover to the .White "Housed and
told him he wanted him to con consider
sider consider it his second home,1 He also
placed a White House car at Hoov Hoover's
er's Hoover's disposal.
Hoover and Truman became
such good friends that Hoover ask
the Gridiron Club for the privi privilege
lege privilege of speaking at one of its din
ners where he paid glowing trib
ute to Truman. He has also helped
raise money for the Truman Li Library..'
brary..' Library..' v -y
What really hurt Truman was
an incident in Kansas City a year
and a half ago when Eisenhower
came there to dedicate the new
Stockmen's Building. Truman
called Ike s headquarters at the
Muehlbach Hotel to say he would
like to call on the President to
pay his respects. He explained
he did not want the President to
be in his home town without pay paying
ing paying him the courtesy of a call.
A presidential aide gave him an
inconclusive answer. Truman
called a second time, finally was
told that Eisenhower's schedule
was full and he could not see him.
Eisenhower bad taken little pains
of late to hidehis fe elings toward
the ex-President. He has been es
pecially bitter at Truman's Tefer-
. i:
ence to mm as a pan-uiug rrcs rrcs-ident."
ident." rrcs-ident." Ike repeats this as a Tru Truman
man Truman charge that he U a "do-nothing
President."
Planetarium
ACROSS
1 Important :
planet
6 Most remote
known planet
11 Mountain
spurs
13 Expunged
14 Taciturn
15 Venerate
16 Congers
17 -Earth is
a planet
19 Sea eagles
20 Astronomical
tables
22 Italian river
26 Anger
27 Through
30 Get up
31 Versus (ab.)
32 Bear
constellation
tSDeimosand
" Phobos art
its satellites
$4 Symbol for ;
tellurium -.
35 In company
36 Conclusion
37 Pronoun
38 Interprets
39 Motive
41 Awry (dial)
44 Stitch
43 Expectorate
2 Iroquoian
Indian
3 Feminine
nickname
4 Shosbonean
Indians
6 Priority
(prefix)
7 Washes
8 Employer
- Gull-like bird
10 Poems
12 Greek portico
13 Mistakes
SO Algonquian
Indian (var.)
21 Compass point
22 Domesticated
49 Pompous show
SI "Lily maid of
Astolat"
83 Nullifies
54HRingedu
planet
85 Mental
capacity
56 Turf anew
DOWN
1 Holder forj
flowers

Recently, Eisenhower told friendi
that the chief reason he ran for
President in 1952 was to keep Tru Truman
man Truman from running again; that he
honed Truman would run this year
so he, Ike, could have the pleasure
of giving him the trouncing of his
life. .- - -
. SIGNIFICANT. DEDICATION
Times change in Washington. It
was only a few years ago that the
most dignified and important em embassy
bassy embassy in the nation's capital was
located on Connecticut Avenue
just below Dupont Circle.' .' J
Top-hatted diplomats drove up
to its Victorian front door to pay
their respects to His ; Britannic
Majesty's government and Hit
Majesty's ambassador; v
That embassy, which at time
has represented British labor gov-'
ernments, has now moved out to
Massachusetts Avenue. The archaic
building that housed it was ton
down, and last week a new office
building, as modernistic as any tit
town, was dedicated. It houses not
big business corporation but a la labor
bor labor union.. :
Sixty-eight years ago in a loco locomotive
motive locomotive pit in Atlanta, Ga., the
machinists got together to increase
their wages from 20 cents an hour
to 25 cents for a 10-hour day. They
formed a union.
A year later they held their first
convention in the Georgia Senate
chamber in Atlanta. One year after
that they had branched out into
Canada. .: .;;

That was tie' beginning of the
International Association of Ma Machinists,
chinists, Machinists, which during the. war
helped build most of the aitplanes
of the Allies, which has taken a
strong 'Stand against racketeering,
and which under the leadership of
President Al Hayes has- now or organized
ganized organized its 2,000th active local with
a membership of 879,000,...
It was symbolic- of the' recog recognized
nized recognized place labor has come to play
in the U.S. and the world that
officiating at the ceremony was
President Eisenhower's i own
preacher, Rev. Edward L. R. El El-son,
son, El-son, the son of a locomotive en engineer.
gineer. engineer. Unable to be present but
wishing the machinists luck was
the son of a locomotive machinist.
Earl Warren, chief justice of the
United States.
PURELY COINCIDENTAL
DES MOINES TUP)"-' Ar Arlene
lene Arlene Galloway, working on an old
property abstract, discovered the
street that is now Harding Road,
originally was Called Warren
Street. Later it was named G
Street. No connection with the late
President Warren G. Harding.
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head after his arrest In Chi Chicago
cago Chicago for allegedly stabbing his
mother to death when she re refused
fused refused to stive him the keys to -the
family car so that he
could run away from bom.
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Church cf Christ
t. B. Milton aaneugs 7
h Tiicphoo s-a
BALBOA: OKI, UbM Road. -Services
Sunday M-00 1140 J
lis) p.m
uistorALi .nasal ran Lesdon HaD.
Kai.aa KuimUv 10:00 am. 11:00 UL
BIO ABAJO: House Bo. MM lata St.
Sunday 440 gun
Unitarian
; Baptist
colou BArrisi CHURCB
111 Bruja Roe.
0"- Drewer 3M Baibc. :;
- t Phono MJO0
ad r.'radcMMkL Ysttor
Sunday School .......
Moroni. Worehig ..,.. -j
Trainind V won ....... ...
KvoniiigWorsbip .-
WSfflS2Li-ll .so
fcotbrhoocV-4Ut mi da
Mottday each monia ... m
Spanish Bible School '....
Iict 6uirdy M40aja,
v rmsi urnn chuuch
Bsibo Height c. St.,:.-;.
t CZ1 Ancoa Boulevard v
Drawer "B" Balboa Heuthts
, Phono WhiJWjv -'
William H. Beeby,
Bundaj scnooi JJJ
;. XvantaUattc Btwea a
. a J aw-
WJMA.Blhl Study Vm-ii
days ....pM
Uooda; to month) IS
FIRST .CmiBCH
llariarita AvoniM Mh o trail ?
Margarita. Canal Zono
mT. i.M. "
tmdvjf Bdiool !? JrJJ;
K.ti'TraininB Union...... ;S? pjn.
vanln Worship .......-- '. p
Brotherhood. TuoKtori ...... JJ
7r Servioa, Wedneadayi TC pnv
Wm5. lit 8rd Fridaya it, ;
fnqaya --
;Salvatba Amy
Oloa-OtnoinhntloMl CvangeUlttt
. UcaUBO)
,' -' IHB PApmC
AN AM A CTT? J A
CapUia at r. H. Cranl
, 11:00 hollnaa Mtetln
i-M fcuiday SchooL
TdO SalvaUon Mwunf.
IABOCA C.Z. s- -v-' 1
Lieutenant Campbell "J
tuildinj Ho. 1080, Phonat J-28ST
11:00 tlonnoa Meatlm. .
SAO Eunday SchooL j .
, 7d0 SalvaUon-Maetln v
PAAAiSO. CJt -t
Envoy Mn. C U Moaalay
Culara Sueet"
11:00 Hilineat Meeting
i 1:00 Svnday SchooL ;
,M Salvation Id at ting.
' MB ATLANTIC IIDI
COLON CENTRAL T "'
Benioc t apt. and Hol C Mnwnaawmy.
14th Street. Phone: 38-73..
.11:00 Hulinesa Meeting.
' .9:00 Sunday SchooL
1-J30 Jwlvation Meeting.
COLON 1H1HD STKEtT
CCaplau) Syilln Taylor
11KW lioHneaa Meeting,
840 Sunday School.
Vat Salvation Meeting.
; RAINBOW CITT, CJL
Envoy J.' Gill
St KitU and Jamaica Stratt
. 110 HoJineaa Meeting.
. 1:00 Fvnday SchooL
' 7:30 Salvation Meeting
1
, Ur.ic.i Churches
1 Wbata aB Preteataalt caopatata with
anuiy aa aaaannau, noeray la
aaaeatlau and charity aa D
THE ATLANTIC MTDB
ATUN .
; Bev. Ray Blakely, Facto
Fhone 5-35S .., ,, 4
I M Church School v
11:00 Worthip Service."
:45 pjn. Sr. Youth rollowahlp...
90 jam, Jr. Vouth TeUowabip. ..
IIARGAJIITA
The Bav. faul E l, Olandat, PaatoeY
- Phuoo B4M.'-.. ,:- .-K
1 JO Bible SehaaL
- 10:41 Worahip aarvlet and Cliurth-timt
JO Youth raUowahlB.
, pLALBOJI
1 ho Per. Oscar W. Ohaa, Paator
Balboa Rd. at San Pablo St,
Phone 1-146 Churrh Offir UM
. t0 Church School Free boa nervica.
ParaonaM DiaeuiakiB Onum
UM Worahip Service The Expanded
Seaaion for Nuraery, Kinder aarten.
rmnary ana junior uepta.
Church-tuna Nuraary for eoOdran
-uiraer a.
M Junior-High PellowsMaw
0 PoaWHith Fellowihip. ,v
10 SeniotaaUgB railowabiaw
CAMBOA '::C:.'' "I 'l SJ,
Dr. Walker ML AMeHm. MlnM.
1 IiulM 470-Baaldanra Phona
I -. I
I t-JO aJB. Church School
1040 bl Mornini Worahia Serrlea.
lota.WMil
. XHB METHODIST CHIIBCB
vBWtKb Conference)
av. William H. Anmtrona
Hth St, Panama Cite
B40 am Morning prayer
w pm eufHuy ecnooi.
J:JI om. Kvcnmt Pravar and Sermon
TRINITY Pi.lrOI)iT CHUMCB
. Ilk Street and ateirndas Avenue.
Colon. EJ
' BeL la 1 ar.irf ai
48 am Morning Service and Botf
S pm 6unday School
1:10 am Kvenina i
(Holy CommunioB 1st Sundays)
Monday. 140 am Prayer Meetmg,
. uttttar aaicTHoiiun cHuacB
- Rainbow City. C
Bev. Samuel Walden, Mlnistar -atiibaay
bervicea am ana .u m
funday School fiar all ages at 0:30 ui
-Tear lavttatlea Ta Warahla.
Ttieaday I pjaw Praiat Maatina. 1

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Christian Scientist
CHKUrriAM BClKNlA UtUKUUS
first Church at Christ. Soentist. Ancor
w Anson aMHuavara
Sunday UMK Wednesday 040
Sundav School 0J0 aj
rlrat Chore ol Chran, beaaanae,
Utb 6traet A Bollvai Hiabway ,.
flurxlM Seftnnl fj aja
Sunday 11 M a-rav Wadoeaday t.-QO p.m.
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Catholic
M tat A b Vfl rWTTlMTllUflsaTaa
Sunday Uammt TUMI teOO, and
12 00 BUTA,
Holv Day Maaaea: 141 040. 11 3i am
tvael at-OA n m K
rrinn7: Saturday. M to (40
and 1:00 to 8:00 pan. Thursday, before
First Friday: I wo 10 asm s
Miraculous Medal Novsna: 740 ,pA
on Mondays. j- :
Catechisn eiaaw anas aa .w.
on Sunday. ;
EUsh School aniay wuo w.
Wedmaday. --1 v-.. .t,;
I iimm nr ART Ami ''''
Sunday Muses: OSS, 7 JO A 0J0 am
Holy Day maaneai g4S Ma and C40
(nfnrlnnai Saturddv 140 to 040 and
7:15 to 8:00 p m. Thursday befora 'irat
Friday iwv p.m. r
Sacred Heart Davottonai 140 pA on
fy-. .... .. ....
catecnisai waas e.u
Thursday. ,-y :r- :;T
OUK LADY OP FATTMA Caraada
Sunday Mass at 040 am.
Holy Day Mass at 0:30 P-m.
Conlssaions: 040 to 0:40 pm on Sat-
inriav
t atscnisni waaai aaiunwij ev w v
ST. JOSEPH Taratt
Sunday Massea at 740 and OdS am
Holy Day Mass at 0:00 pm.
Weekday Masses: ..40 am
Confessions: Saturday 140 to 440 and
840 to 7:30, : '
catechism Wiaasi Bunoay saw as ew
inv
Miraculous Medal Novenat 140 pm
m SViri.v. .....
Convert toitructlonst Thursday 140
ST. vTNCPrrs Paasmi City
Sunday Masses: 040 and 040 am
Hnlv Dav Maans: 040 and (40 pm
fit U falls on Saturday the Waasas ara
(40 and 040 am.)
Confessions: Saturday 140 to 040 and
740 ta 840 pm Thuradaya befora first
Friday Tao pjn. t
Miraculous pieaai m ana
Hons, of the Cross: Iriday 740 pm
Catechism Class: After 040 maaa
BafUIlUeAW.
Convert Oaaat (40 pm Tuaaday and
Thursday.
ST. THERESA'S CeeeB ;
Shttwlav Mbm: S:SO a.m.
Holv Dav Mass: 0:00 am (It It (alls
on Saturday 840 a.m.) -Catechism
Claast 140 to 140 pm ax
MCoSosslons: 140 to (40 am Sunday.
T. JOHN BAPTIST DB lVbALLI
Parqna Lefevra
Sunday Masses: 040 and 040 a.m.
Week Da vi Mass: 040 Moo, Thurs,
ivi mA n,. Fimt Frldav maaa: 040 am
Holv Day auassai aww w -av
m f "' -'
rfMstnrar: 140 to (40 and 140 to
0 pm on Saturdav. 1
Miraculous aiaaai novenai enuaj
catecniam uu. a ,.... wumwv
Convert Claaa: Monday 140 pm
- ST. THKRESrS La
Sunday Mass: 740 am
Holy Day Mass: 0:30 n.m.
rnnfMinnB: Saturdav (40 to 730 tilt
Thursday befora first Friday 040 p.m..
Catechism uiass: : PJ-
Karrad Heart Novena: 740 p.m. OD
Friday. ...
Convart cussi aaw pm mumv
ATLANTIC SIDB
ST. JOSEPH'S Coloa
Sunday Masses: (:4S, 840 and 0:15 "am
Holy Day Masses: 145 and 040 am.
mtA S'AS n.m. i
Confessions: Saturday awv w one ano
740 to 0:00 pm. -. ,
Miraculous Medal Novena: Wednesday
0:15 and 7:00 pm ;
Sacred Heart novena: anoay i:u sun sun-Sunday
Sunday sun-Sunday Evening Services 7:00 pm
Convert Class: 74 pm on Mondays
and Thursdays. :
Catechism Class: Sunday 10:1 am to
ii -as m. a:00 njn. to 4:00 b.m.
First Friday Exposition of Most Bleas-J
ed Sacrament all day, Kepoaiuoa at
m. Saturday morning. .-
First Saturday Devotions ta our Lady
of Fathna The Holv Rosary 40 a.m.
First Communion umrucuons lor cnu-
dren Mondays and Thursdays IM to
740 pm ,,
- BTfBACDLOTJS MEDAlr-Crtrtohal
Sunday Masses: 7:00. 8 40 and 1040 am
Holy Day Maaaas: 040. 040 am and
8:15 nm i
Confessions: Saturday 440 to 140 and
740 to 040 pm, After Rosary each eve
ning, ; f
Miraculous Medal Movcnai 1:11 and
7:00 nm on Monday.
Catechism Clam: After 840 Mass an
Sunday.
First Friday Kxpoaltlon all day during
me Bcnooi rear.
First Saturday: Mass at 141 am
HOLT FAMILY CHURCH Margarita
Sunday Masses: 740 and 0:30 am
Holy Day Masses: (40 am and 1:15
Confessions; 440 to 141 and 740 to
in p.m. Saturday.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 740 p m.
on Monday.
tnurcn History oroup ovary Tuesday
at 7:30 p.m
Teen-Aaaa Club: T40 n.m. on wadnea.
day. r ... .
Catechism Class: 440 pm. Thursday.
First Friday Devotions: 740 p m
Inoulrv-Discussion Croun aver Fri
day 730 pjn.
ST. mCENTS Rainbow City
Sunday Maasesai-. (40 am and 140
Hoty Day Masses: (41 am and (40
pm
Confessions:. 440 to 140 and 740 to
840 pm. Saturday.
catechism cum: I0:4S a m. on Sunday.
Convert Clara every Monday at 740
pjn,- i f
Mlraeahma Medal Havanai T-flA
on Tuesday.
baa-eg tieert wovenai IM pjn. an
Friday. ;,.- . ,..'..
IMMACCLATB CONCEPTION Catta
Sunday Mass: 0:10 am
Holy Day Mass: 040 pm. 1
Confessions: gJO to Tiki n m m ..
urday. I
Catertilsm uaas: 440 pm aa Monday.
OCB LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL
Sunday Masses: 740 and! 140 am
noiy oay Maaaea: IM am and (40
Jn
Confessions Saturdav at 0 m m .-a
napusms ny appointment,
Miraculous Medal Knvmi ia
on Tuesday. ..
Sacred Haavt Rami rn
Friday. .
Sunday School: 1:30 pro. on Sunday.
Relieioua Inatructlnn n.M a ci.ii
dren: 4:00 p.m. on Thursday.
Relieioua Inatruction for .Hnlt. r
ducted in Spanish I: 7MI pm on Mon Monday.
day. Monday.
bonvart irmrucuona by appototment

CyiJUCH 10 1 ICES, v

aael caaplara ara aakad to
Episcopal
Tha It lav. K. Hebet Geedea, S.T.D,
The Very Bav. M. Kicfcard MacDeaald
ANC'UM, CX
f THst CATHEDRAL OF IT. LUKJt
SUNDAYS
740 am holy Communion,
40 am Santa Communion (4th Sun Sunday).
day). Sunday). 0:10 ia. Church SchooL
0:4 im Escnela Dominical.
1140 am Morning Prayer and Sermon.
- Hoir t vanmiinion. iwm sun-
740 pm Lvening Prayer and laimon
WEDNESDAYS
040 am. Holy Communion.'
740 pm Evening Prayer. :
HOLY DAYS v
040 am Holy Communion. v
(40am Holy Communion.
DAILY
0:10 am Momlns Pravar
13:00 Mi. -da Missionary Praverm
.'y CHURCH OF OUB SAVIOUR
Third Street, New Cristobal
Tha Rev. Miltan A. Caoarann. Pm4m
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion 740 am
Church School ...,... 140 am
Mornifig Prayer
and Sermon .............. 1140 am
(First Sunday. Holv Communion)
Vesper Servico and'
Youth Fellowahin -' g.-00 run'.
WEDNSSDAYS .
Holy Communion ......... 140 am
Choir Rehearsal 740 pm
A House of Prayer for all people.
COCOU ''
Chnrrk of at Andrew
Tha Bev. William W. Baldwin, Priest
ia Charre .- .
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion
Family Prayer and Church School,
040 am
Morning Prayer and BermoB U am
(H.C first Sunday In Month).
Evening Prayer. 7 JO pm
Weekday Prever 840 am
tVOBOSAt
' Chapel at the Geod Shepherd
Tb Bev. Clarence It. Hajraa
40 am Every Friday; Morning fray
(fLC 1st Friday i
OAMBOA
J- i at. Mlmos'a ChBhA
Tha Rev. John Spear, Prlast ia Charts
SUNDAYS
Morning Prayer. 1st ana gra.
Sundays 1040 am
iioiy vommuruon ana ser sermon,
mon, sermon, tnd and 4th Sundays .. 10: JO srn
Sunday scnooi ........... iwu pm
Youth Fellowship 040 pm.
Evening Prayer 140 pm
MONDAYS
Girls' Friendly Society ... (40 ajn.
WEDNESDAYS
Evening Prayer and Sermon 7 SO am
THURSDAYS
Holy Umrmmion ......... I Ml am
Woman's Auxiliary, tnd. and
4th Thursday 140 am
LA BOCA- ..
Bt. Petera Chneb
The Rev. John Spear, Priest ta Charge.
SUNDAYS
Choral Eucharist ana sermon Tim am
Mornini Prayer and Church School
10 KM am j --' V
. Chlldren'e Cucharlst, kd Sundays 10
a.m ,-
. Holy Baptism (40 pm
' Evensong and Sermon 7:30 a.m.
MONDAYS THRU SATURDAYS
Holy Communion 740 a.m.
Evening Prayer ., 740 nm.
except Saturdays. Complin 7:30 pm-
lst TUESDAYS A 3rd MONDAYS
Woman's Auxiliary ......I T30pm
MARGARITA
Church ef St Margaret
Cornel of Espav Are., Brazos Blvd.
The Rev. Mil too A, Caahsaa. Paster
SUNDAfS i 1
:30 a to. Church School -t
0:30 am Morning Prayer and dermon
(1st Sundays, Holy communion)
440 om Confirmation Instructions.
r au asaJW -.
- Chsnet of Tha Holy Corafortev
Yen. U a Shirley, Priest in Charge
Every Tuesday 840 sm Holy cro-
V" rAKAISU
St Alban's Chneb
Ttu "Rev. David A. Osbsrao, ;
Prlaat in Charee
SUNDAYS
8:00 am. Choral Eucharist sermon
12:00 noou Infant Baptism
840 im. Church School
(held m Building 131)
840 pm Youth Fellowship i I
7:00 im. Evenxrirn end Addrasa,
2nd AND 3rd WEDNESDAYS
140 Old. Woman's Auxiliary ana u u-.
. u-. tr Guild Meetmg,
, PANAMA COT
. SL Paul's Chorea
The Yen. Lemuel B. Shirley, Rertar -The
Re. Fits R. Atwell. Dmcea
SUNDAYO
040 am Holy communion
0 '00 am. Sung Eucharist A Sermon
10:40 a m Morning Prayer and Church
School
1140 nor Holy Baptism
740 .m Solemn Vesoer
TUESDAYS .
g:30 a m Hory tmummioa
WEDNESDAYS j v
40 am Holy Communion
7-oo n.m. Evenln Prayer 1
THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
8:30 I m. Hour Communion
HOLY DAYS
(40 a.m. Holy Communion.
' CHRIST CtTimCB BT-THB-SEA
Jfphepal
, CeMa B. de P
(Oppeelta Hotel WeaMrigtonl
The Ven. Maiaert 1. Petemon, Raetot
7 ; The Rev Henry A Blake
' Associate Rector t
' SUNDAYS
840 am Holv Communtaa.
040 am Choral Eucharist and
10:M a.m. Church School Bsaalnn.
140 pm Solemn BverMong and Sar-
' -1: WEDNESDAYS f
040 am Holy Communion.
740 pm Evening Prayer and Sermon
- (40 pm Adult Confirmation Class
THURSDAYS
40 pm Praver Guild. -FRIDAYS
'
40 am
1040 am
140 om.
Children' Cuchariat
SATURDAYS
Junior Confirmation Clam
ComDlhw and Meditation.
HOLY DAYS
Holy Communion.
RAINBOW CITY 1
040
Charth of SL Mary, tha virgin' virgin'-Tka
Tka virgin'-Tka Bev. Joha A. Spalding,
Prieat la Chaiga
StrNTlAIra
Sung Eucharist ........... taoam
Churm School 0:45 .m
Evensm and Siliuon 740 P-m
THtlRSliAYS ; i
Holy Cornmunlon. ........ ip am
' OATCTt
Bt Geei re's Cbwreb
. The Bev. John A. Spalding,
Priest ta Chargo
1st AND 3rd SUNDAYS
Holv Communion ......... 141 am
Aid AND 4th SUNDAYS
Momirg Prayer
and SeTiton .............. 040 a.m
Church School, each Sua. 1040 am
'' (UO ABAJO
. Olistapbu's Chares, v
I Si rarwoe ireve
, Th- Bev Clarence W. Bsyas.
Priest ia Chargs
Mob) Commiinlor ., ., 79 en
Sunday School ............ 10 JO am
' '" Weanaaoava em
WEDNFSDAY8
eaooama. 0 to am and A 4tb Sun-
Keruns Praver BIMe Otodv 0 am
let and 3rd Sundays,
Woman Auxiliary and A 4th Sundae.
4a pm i

aweuaong ana aeiiuua .... i pm

Othsr Churchf

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENB
Anton. C X
' Mlalster: Bev. Ehaar a Nelsea
Box M. Ancoa, CZ. Balboa beOI
Sunday School ........... 1:45 sum
Moraine Worship ......... 1040 am
Youth Service ............ 1:45 nm
Evening Service .......... 7:30 pm
kjxa acrviee .......... i :uu p.m
rrayer meeting, neo. .... t:ot
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama RP 23rd Street East
Rev. B. N., Brawn, Miniatar
SUNDAY:
Divine Worship ........... 140 am.
Sunday School 1:00 nm
Sunday Masses t. 1:45 U:4S
. aa, mOsjv str. UDda.
Ma.
JEHOVAH'S arTTNESSES
Meetinjni Thursdays st 740 pm and
aunaars si a :uu pm. win Memorial
out tvaiova gioad, Balboa.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
OF LATTER-DAI SAINTS (Marmaat
Sun dav meetlnm to tba JWR-USCt La
Boca Hoaa. Balboa. Primary and Priest-
nooa sh am Meeting; & una ay bcnooi.
J3 am; nacrament Masting, w m a
' Atlantic Branch
Building zoo. Schoolhouse Road.
Gatun. Canal Zone.
Telephone, Gatun 364 or Cristobal 2807
Sunday scnooi IQXO ami Sunday Sac-
ement Meeting 8:30 om Pricshood
Meeting 040 nm Wednesday Prinarv
840 pm Wedneaday Belief society mast
ing as announced.
vuawNWv rvjiTsaiAJri .:.
:,.y ; CHURCB) i' ' :
Bav. Paul Holloway. Pastor
. unice, turundu tiua
Home, Curundu 7110
Bunoay scnooi
45
Morning Worship ........... It a.m.
zouui Meeting ........
Evening Worship
... e ar.ni.
1 pm.
" OLD CATHOLIC CHURCB
. St Bapaaal Iba Archangel
Uth St West No. 1
Holy Eucharist: Sundae at 140 a
Tuaadava. Wadnaadava and Thuradava
1Z3Q am
oacramem ol IfflcaoD fHaattna B
rice) First Sunday af each month
740 am '- :
Hairnet. Chrkniaa
Panama R.P
Rev. X. amm D. H
orHrtttria.
Mornina davotio a .... BMi am
Fellowship WorshiB at ...... 1140 am
Sunday Scnooi at ............ (40 am
Lfcvlna sarvto at liX pm
BARA'I CENTKB ;
BAHAl'S CENTER .r-'
04 First Street
Urbanlradon El Carmen, Panamd City
iblormai Talks and Dbwnsdona
Thuradaya.... SMO pm.
Cekna, ttb A Frsat Streets v
" (ansuirs Aawrlcan lamer)
Study ClaaKa......Tburadaya, 140 pm
BETHEL MISSION, CHURCsI
Espalaba St, Paraiao, C Z.
Rev Waldaba a Stewart, Pastor
Sunday: 1140 am Worship Servico.
1:00 p.m. Sunday SchooL.
7:10 pm Gospel Service
Monday: 740 Young People's Society
Wednesday. 740 Mid-week Christian
Fellowship.
Thursday! 8:0 cnoir ReiiearsaL
Friday 1 740 Women's Missionary Bev
ctv. ...
.':-; V "TUB CHURCH OF COD
7030 Eighth Street Colo
Rev. O. W. Graadliaa. Paster
Sunday Schol ,. ,. 1:30 Am
Morning Worship ............ 1040 am.
Night Servico ................ 140 pm
, ' FIRST CHURCH OF OOD
, Car. Jamaica and TrinWad Sla,
- Bainbew City, Canal Bona
Bev. G. W. Grandisea. Pastor
Morning Worship .. ...... 140 IJn.
Sunday School .,,,.,....., 10:30 a.m
Night Bervlca ............... 140 p.
' THE CHURCH OF OOD -'
'" New Providence
Mm. Manda Hinaa. Paste
Sunday School .............. 1040 am.
Momlns Worship ...,....... 1140 am
Higni service isw pm.
THE CHURCH OF OOD
Panamd City
Car. "N and Mariano Aresemena Sat
Be. 1m J. Jokes sa Paster
Sunday School 0:30 am
Morning Worahip 10:30 am.
Night Service 140 pm
TUB CHURCH OF COD Bio Abate
Meat Osrar Rd. 10th St, r
Bev. Wa. J. JshBiaa. Pastor
Sunday Bchoo 0:30 am.
Morning Worahip ........... 1040 am
Night Service 140 p.m
; CHURCH OF THE FOTJBSQVABB
GOSPEL i
(Full Gospel)
BALBOA ,.
' At Rebecca Lodge, Balboa Road at La
Boca Rd. Rev. and Mrs. Carl V. Thomp
son, pastors.
Sunday School
Morning .Worship
1040 am.
Youth Service 040 pm.
Evangelistic Servico ...... 7:10 pm.
CHURCH Of OOD (Pentecostal)
Rev. B. E. Watson, Overseer
Phono (-428, Box 253, Gam boa
Churchea at Parslso, CZ. (Re, and
Mn Herman O. WhvteL Colon. R.P
(Rev. Fernando Lorenca), Rio Abejo
I Rev. and Mrs. Charles Haynes),, and
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:ord urei
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Moraine Worshln 10.00
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FORT CLAYTON
simda school CHuiidina no.
120) (40
Morning Worship .............. 10:15
Wednesday Evenln Prayer Meet
ing and Bible Class (40
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School (Building f)0
7111 j.i
40
Morning Worship ....
10:45
Evening Worship ...
840
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School ,.. 040
Adult Bible Chun (NCO Club).. 040
Morning Worship 0J5 A 10:45
Youth Fellowship ......v....... (40
Eevenmg Worship ............. 140
VS. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
Sunday School (40
Morning Worship ............. 1140
Holy Cornmunlon First Sunday
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noiy communion First Sunday
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Confessions, Saturday ...4:30 A 740
Sunday gjp a go
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Confessions. Saturday ,.,7 JO A 040
Sunday .Mam .... ...... it 40
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Confemlons, Saturday

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US Defies Russians
"-Sends Radio Car
Li!o Easl Berlin

BERLIN, May 19 (UP) The
U.S. Army sent a rodio car on a
tour of East Berlin yesterday in
defiance of a Russian supported
East German ban on such v etu etudes.
des. etudes. It was not molested.
Less than 24 hours after the So Soviet
viet Soviet commandant in Berlin reject rejected
ed rejected an American protest against the
detention, of two U.S. Army ofii-
eers for driving into the Soviet
sector in a tedan equipped with
radio-telephone, a limilar car
crossed the border carrying two
newsmen and an officer pn a sight
seeing tour. !; -v.-,
The escort officer was Lt. Carl
D. Perry of Santa Barbara, Calif.,
one of the two Officers detained
by East German police for three
hours last weex.
The others were Jack Thomp Thompson
son Thompson of The Chicago Tribune and
Warren Kennett of The Newark,
N.J.. Neva.
'tt was a routine mp, an a-
merican Snokesman said.
"There were no incidents. The
automobile was not detained."
Only Wednesday. Soviet 1 Com
mandant Maj. Gen. P. A. Lubro Lubro-d
d Lubro-d insisted in -a note to Mai. Gen.
Charles. L. Dasher Jr., the Ameri American
can American commandant, that unregister unregistered
ed unregistered t adW-telephone cars are forbid forbidden
den forbidden in East Berlin by East Ger
man law.
Dihrova asked Dasher to .r tajce
steps necessary to prevent repeti
tion of such cases."
' : .' ': it-' .''.'
The American answer wai to
tend in another radio car.
in a cue also touching on ine
East German claim to Sovereign Sovereignty
ty Sovereignty in Berlin, which the western al allies
lies allies do not recogniie, the three
western embassies in. Bonn sent
notes to the Soviet ambassador to
East Germany protesting against
the East German army May Day
parade in Berlin as a violation of
four-power occupation rules. ,
MADISON. S. D. (UP)
Nearly 8,000 rural resident! of
South Dakota will have a mod
ern dial telephone in ism ior we
first time. The installations wiu
h. maris h 13 teleohone cooper
tives, 12 of them financed by the
Rural Electruicauon Aamiuuiir-
tin which already nas electri
fied a majority of the state's farm
homes.
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Sunday Masse .7: l?
Spanish .,...,,..
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Daily Mam
440
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Jewish
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Saturday
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Sunday Mass
Confessions. Sunday
140
1:30
1:45
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Daily Mass
Sunday Mai
Snanish ...
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1:45
0:45
140
Confessions, Saturday
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140
Dally Mam
Sunday Maai
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Sunday Mas
140
Jewish
FORT GTJLtCK
Tuesday .....
105
Seventh Day
Adventist
Services ta all Churches as
Weekly
follows
SATURDAY:
Sabbath School 0:30 am
Divine Service 1140 am.
Youth's Meeting 4:30 pm
Wedneaday Bible Study and Prayer
Service 740 pm
Pacific Sid Panamt A Balboa District
Pastor W. H. Waller Tel. 28:1 1500
Cabo Verde, Ave. J. f. da la Ossa Ho.
17.
ChorriUo 25th No. 27 -Pueblo
Nuevo 1-A St between trd
and 4th Sts.
Rio Abajo Utb St FO. 27
Balboa Chanel 1844 Gavilan Rd. Bal
boa (Saturday only). -Spanish
Cburckes PanaaaJ gad
Crlst4bola District '""
Pastor Rubta Ruls
Panama, Calle Darlen No. 8
Cristobal, 16th A Bolivar Ave.
Gam boa A Frijoles.
District Pastor A. A. Grizsle
Tel. No. (-102
Gamboa Praitt Parkway Frijoles.
Atlsntie Side Coma and
Cristobal District -Pastor
Neblett Tel. 18 42(
Colon 3rd St A Central Ave, Cristo
bal 16th A Bolivar Ave.
Central office: Gavilan BoaO-TcL 2-
1150.
Jewrrn Welfare Board Bid. 712-X La
Boca Road. Balboa. C-Z Babbi Nathan
Witkln. Director.
service Friday. 140 om Saturday.
540 pm -(See
aba llsttns of Jewleh setsicea
under Potts. Bases and Stations).
CongresMtMti Kol Shaarlth Israel Ava
nlda Cuba and 36th Street, Bella Vista,
Panama city, Bsiihas S40 pm v .
Lutheran
RErDFMFJt LUTHERAN CHURCB
Balboa Bead at Wight Street
Bev. Robert P. Gnssiek, Pasta v
P.O. Box 866, Balboa.
Sunday School, Bible dam 140 am
vmne ctervic iv:u am,
"Divine Service at Margarita (in St.
Margaret's Eoiscooal Church) Sunday

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decorations to two 5700th USAF Dispensary Officers. Pictured above is Maj. Charles C. Mor-
ris (dental surgeon) being congratulated upon receiving the Commendation Ribbon for out :
standing accomplishment While stationed at the Headquarters Air Research and Develop- -ment
command in Baltimore, Maryland. 1st Lt. James E. Coleman (left) was presented Un
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in 1944. (USAF Official Photo)

Stassen Injects Note

Of Hope In
WASHINGTON, May 19 (UP)

Harold E. Stassen, President E He also cited an increasing rus rus-senhower's
senhower's rus-senhower's disarmament adiviser, sian demand for more consumer
said yesterday Russia's pledge to I goods, the development of new

cut its armed farces 1,200,000 men weapons, and a program to devel devel-indicates
indicates devel-indicates the Communists want to on Siberia.

conunue "serious negotiations on
disarmament.
He wag the first administration
leader to give publicly such an op
timistic appraisal of the Soviet
m6ve. The White House, Defense
Secretary Charles E. Wilson and
Secretary of, State John Foster
Dulles all ave belittled the
Kremlin's action.
Stassen said the military man
power .cut will increase Russia's
aggressive strength if the released
servicemen are used to "expand
big bomDer production.
GROUP TO STUDY MOVE
He also told a news conference
the administration has called a
special meeting May 29 of eight
"task forces" to study the Soviet
manpower announcement and help
chart new U.S. moves m the dis disarmament
armament disarmament field. The rtouds are
headed by leaders in both private
and public life.
St a stan said rhere ig lost ids ids-trust
trust ids-trust between Russia and tha U.
nilad Stat now than there was
five years ago. Ho said the new
Soviet move "indicates a wish
an their part to continue serious
nogotiationt in an endeavor to
reach a comprehensive agrao
mant on tha control of arirtf
ments'
Earlier this week. Wilson and
Dulles said Russia cannot remove
the threat of aggression merely by
reducing its armed forces. They
said the action is almost mean
ingless unless the Soviets also a a-gree
gree a-gree to the President's irms in
spection program.
HAGERTY COMMENTS
White House News Secretary
James C. Hagerty said then that
the Russian move would have
"more significance" if the Krem Kremlin
lin Kremlin had been willing to accept Mr.
Eisenhower's v ropen sky" disar disarmament
mament disarmament proposals.
Stetson agreed that "it it va vary
ry vary important thai our approach
be not one of gullibility or cyni.
cltm. The issues are too impor important."
tant." important." Ha said Russia 'could
make "a significant contribution
to tha prospects of peace" if it
would permit verification of the
manpower cut.
He said the Kremlin probably
announced the plan partly be because
cause because it now belives the United
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Stassen said the eight task fore
es will "analyze the implications"
of the Soviet announcement and
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RATTED AT, MAY 19, 1951

Publisher Of Bogota's 'El fiempo'

Leary About Resuming Publication

censorship prevailing In ins eoun-

PARIS. May 19 (UP) Dr. E-

duardo Santos, publisher of El
Tiempo, of Bogota, Colombia, said
today it would be some time be before
fore before he resumes publication of the
Kewspaper because of the severe

try.

i El Tiempo, Colombia's leading

; newspaper, was closed Dy the gov-
' eminent on Aug. 4, 1955, because
! it, refused to publish as its own an
f officially dictated statement
I fLast week, Colombian President
(Sustavo Rojas Pinilla authorized

: Bt Tiempo to resume publication.

Santos, a former Colombian

I President, said he was pleased
i v tflat the order closing the newspap-

er had been revoked but that the

situation had gone beyound here

recognition or reestablishment "of
the perfect right of a newspaper

to publish or to suspend publica publication
tion publication as decldde by its directors

and owners...." :
The real issue, Santo said, is
" fr dam expression, free
dom ef information... aetwten
that freedom and previous cn-

- aersnip as existing in Colombia
for the last six and a half yoar
then Is an unbridgeable abyss.".
rAs applied in Colombia, censor-

: ahip is "veritable mental torture,"
Santos said. "It has converted

S journalism there in the most dang dang-.
. dang-. erous and difficult of professions,

, under the ferule of obscure offi

rials who fulfill their task capri-

eiousiy, wiinm unlimited and it
responsible artibratiness."

The 68-year-old Santos said he
jrould be happy to spend his re-

tnainmg.years in Colombia "in an
atmosphere of freedom, where the

suspend publication would return
to the positions corresponding
them."

But he said he cannot return, to

be submitted to "daily vexation,
under an imperious and irrespon-

siDie censor who decides without:

appeal what can be suppressed.

what can be said and bow it can

be said. i 1
"To accept that useless sacri

fice is forbidden to me even by the

remembrance of the very high po

sition where the Colombian peo-

ole aenerouslv carried me.

"As a Spanish classic said it in

an undying rule: 'Things should
be right, or else not be.' ", Santos

concluded.

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RAPALLO. Italy, May 19 (UP (UP-Doctors
Doctors (UP-Doctors at the Santa Chiara clinic

said today that the condition of

British writer Sir Max Beerbohm
had worsened considerably during
the night. They feared that he
would not survive the day.
Prof. Giuseppe Bacigalupo, wno
is attending the 83-year-old essay
writer and caricaturist said he

was not issuing a medical bulletin
today owing to the "very bad con condition"
dition" condition" of Bis patient.
He said, however, that Sir Max.
who is suffering from cout, asth asthma
ma asthma and circulatory difficulties

which have weakened his heart

had passed a "restless night."
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eriorated. deteriorated. There is little hope that

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LITTLj: MADELEINE ARIAS GETS READY FOR THE BIG BLOW at her birthday party
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,ol her wide eyeTlSs wait .with bated breath to see if she'U blow out all the candles at,
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MISS BETH HATCHETT BECOMES
THE BRIDE OF WALTER E. TROUT j
' Tisa Beth Hatchett was married jreaterday wiOar to
Walter E. Traut In candlelit arden settinj at the Balboa
Lnion Church., ReTerend Oscar Olsen performed, the rellgi-
- Tht Church had been transformed Inte a bower of white
flowers for the occasion to which tall white tapersient
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front of the chancel and bunchea of white Xona were fas fastened
tened fastened to the ends of the pews. Greena and flowers
were twined around the organ and choir rails and fastened
WUffiV!SoaWhtef.VM
ef Balboa and Mr, Trout is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. B.
Trout. .-'s-'':v ,'
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of white cotton lace over satin with m long torso bodice and
bateau neckline, long sleeves and buttoned back. A full skirt
terminated in a slight train. The bride's veil of Illusion was
held in place by crown of pearls and lace and she carried
an '.orchid covered Rainbow Blble.-r--::-f-
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- sleeved, square necked cotton lace dresses with the long torso
line and ballerina lengthed skirts. Their headdresses were
witching lace Juliet aps. k MrsJo Kent, sister of the bride
and her matron of honor, wore a gown of yellow and carried
an arm bouquet of yellow g ladlolas. The bridesmaids were
Miss Adele Meissner wearing green and Miss Shirley .Million
in pink.- They carried bouquets of pink roses. i u -;r
-The bride's mother, Mrs. W. JHachett, wore gown of ;
blue Jace with matching bluec,cessories ..nd- a eorsage f
:'whlt gardenias. t V ? : f: -t-,--
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and the ushers were Mr. William Hatchett, brother of the
bride Mr. William d la Mater, nd Mr. Jim Thompson.
- Although no individual invitations were issued about two
hundred friends of the family: attended the reception held -at
the Army-Navy Club at Fort Amador.
The new Mrs. Trout's going away costume was a navy
blue linen sheath with a short jacket, small white hat and
I bite accessories.. The yopng newly weds will sail today,
board the SS "Ancon" for a New York wedding trip. They
J lan to be at home to their friends upon their return in
unet56tt-B Diablo Heights.

Mr1. And Mrs. Adolph Werthelmer

Lesve i
Mr. -and Mrs. Adolph Werthei

ner who have ., been the house
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ma-

duro of El Cangrejo left on Fri
day by plane for Misml.
Dinner .To Honer

Mrs. Teresa Loper de Vallarino

will be the hostess at a dinner to

night at her home in Bella Vista
in hohor of Professor Robert o

Latchman, well known Chilean art

critic, and man oi letters, who
arrived yesterday from Chile by
plane to be the guest of the Uni University
versity University of Panama where he will
give two conferences on Monday
and Tuesday at J p.m. Professor
Latchman is- visiting most of the

Latin American countries on a
lecture tbur. v :
Mr.. Ami Mrs. Paul Duran -To
Viiit Son. 1 4

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Duran of

Golf Heights will emplane for An Annapolis
napolis Annapolis early on' Wednesday morn morning
ing morning to visit their son Midshipman
Paul Duran.' Jr.. before his de-

narture on June 1st for a two

rath paral cruise which will take
in The Scandinavian countries,
Germany and Cuba.

Mr. and Mrs. Duran will be gone

for a week or two and will visit
Washington and New York before
their return to the Isthmus.
Return From Vacation

After a two month vacation spent

in England, New York and Lalu
ornia, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Gra Graham
ham Graham returned by plane on Thurs.

day. The Grahams visited their

son it Saa Dieeo snd their daugh

ter in Colusa, California.

European Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Horn a left

on Friday via Miami for vacation
trip to Europe.

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WkYE RECRUITS, TEN-SHUN! t- Lt Mary Linderman conducts Inspection at Balnbridge,
Md., training station. Recruit at right is Donna Lee Tlndall, 18, el .Pittsburgh.

By. ALICIA HART
HE A Staff Correspondent

mornina for New York : are Mr.

and Mrs. D. B. Verney and their

BAINBRIOCE, Md. (NEA) -Hero's
whtre the U.S. N e v y
transforms the bobby sex set In Into
to Into WAVES. But more than that
they're giving gala feminine
spit and polish. '. I v
First you're a woman) and
than you're' a WAVE, raw re recruits
cruits recruits era1 told whan thsy "come
aboard" this huge Naval Train Training
ing Training Canter, t .

Gum shewing; loose slang, ex-

cessive makeup and any unlady unladylike
like unladylike behavior are curtailed if not

forbidden. Emphasis is put on

learning to walk, talk, and dressi

correctly. Adolescent sjouches are

straightened, long hair cut, very
short hair lengthened, hands kept
out of pockets, shoes shined and
buttons buttoned.
' '.'We don't run a charm school,"
emphasizes one of the officers.
"But the girls i are usually far
more attractive after nine weeks

oi training than before."

"U'liai. ral Mtit mm w ,.n:A-m) That finAen't mAnn i. ..A

daughter Margaret Ann Brazos we emphasise it's no. reason for"We're marching somewhere all

Heights; They

three months.

will be .gone for

MR. AND MRS. CLIFFORD M. GLENN of Balboa, announce tht
engagement of their daughter, HaMe Ann, to Alc Robert U
Wltcher, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Witcher of Calumet,
Oklahoma. The wedding will take place In Oklahoma in June
, of next year. ; "

New CUTICURA TALCUM

her to lose her femininity," says the time, exclaims bright eyed

l,i. umar, miue houck, w n o is year-oia uonna Lee Tindall oi
i heads the WAVE training pro-! Pittsburgh. "We march to break-

1 h n. .... 1. ... 1

imai, wc liiaitn 10 classes, we

women s, marcn 10 marcn..

Tt e Til jvi.1V.

England on the "He de France"! ; ,n
.u.T. .:n .u. i M-. Tnis goes for all the

Mrs. Harry Sugg, lormerri tin ir- .TTm-VaT; -SZJSX V':

residents, now of South U. X ""'1 .uu

t h evr wwiowt

' Krai U'hn icfi't aallDihlA i fni m. a i.

CAPT. LOUISE WILD Is bogs
of WAVES, the Navy's gals.

mian

ins-.'""'. ?"ZL '"W. WM,M.' y,.- th Iri-H aT

vicifm- v.ntriann w n vr w""" w.v n.uu u.

will also. 7towit tre Mo WJW : for m

returning to Panama, jin aepiera

ber.

Mr. And Mrs. Zelnick Leave
On Vacation

Sailinir aboard the SS rAncon"

on Saturday will be Mr. and Mrs.

Ernest w. zeimcK accompamea oy
their children. The family plans to
spend their three and a hilt

months vacation in tne states vis
King relatives in Chicago, and re,
laxing at a lakeside cabin at Ome Omega,
ga, Omega, Minnesota. M

K.

nage, explains Capt. Louise

Wnd. director of the WAVES.
' Col; 'Julia Ilamblet, Command Commander
er Commander of the Women Marines,, the
smallest of the four branches, a a-groes.
groes. a-groes. "We're not worried about
the high attrition rate in our num numbers
bers numbers due to marriage because the
women we want are the ones
who are attractive enough to .get
married and leave us.".
At Bainbridge, now the only
training station in the country for
enlisted women in the Navy, girls
come in by bus, train and plane
every two weeks. Each new class
averages from 75 to 100 members.

On the whole the recruits have

Donna was a secretary for a
couple of months and then quit' to
join the WAVES. She has always
wanted to be in the Navy and fi finally
nally finally got up her courage. After
she finishes basic training. Donna
hopes to study aviation electonics.
"Learning to get along in a
group for the first time Is impor important'
tant' important' says 18-year old C a r o 1
Louise Maxwell of Joliet, 111 "You
have to bring out your own per personality
sonality personality here. We all wear the
same uniform so you can't depend
on pretty clothes."
As. soon, as the girls arrive at
Bainbridge they are fitted out in
$260 worth of uniforms and acces accessories.;
sories.; accessories.; Except for their own un undergarments,,
dergarments,, undergarments,, all their' civilian
clothes are shipped home. '

Like all sailors, these kids look

y

r

Hi

Lunchaon Fer-",''-V.'fhv'-Miss
Dorothy Brickman
: T -4t... D.!n,M n M H

tX.r hnVhem th s noon at'.loo "d longings Himilar forward, more than ahythinif else
nSPntSSMKti miUi0M 01 youogwncn. ButW antJccashmal Saturday liberty:

low members

Club.:

r. ih SoroDumuit W? of them also have habits ty-tThey'tt allowed to be awav from
" P'ct o- the younger. generation the base:from' noon ? tmtiI''-mW-.
-j.'Vft-'- y 1 $mii, however, they. Jearn the uitfht, i? i t

This Test Pilot

Does Her

In A Laboratory;

NEW YORK (UP) -Dr.

"Navy way" or the'WAVE wain We ga- to Baltimore,- have' a
during each long day which starts huge steak for dinner and ..then
about 5:30 a.m. and ends a little; dance at-the YWCA unt(l w can't

after 9 p.m.

stand up," saysSonna.? $,

Acts like Magic.'

'BHMaiassa

- t-

It's the softest, finest, most delightfully
fragrant talcum you can buy. At the same
time it is lastingly deodorant and antisep antiseptic,
tic, antiseptic, Yes, magical C-8 (Hexachlorophene)
in new Cuticura Talcum keeps the akin
fresh and sweet, relieves sunburn, prevents
.and relieves heat rashes and other skin
irritations. Wonderful for baby and e cry cry-one.
one. cry-one. Buy Cuticura" Talcum today.

I aLy

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RfcCRl'IT TINDALL bones up
on hlavy Rega to, study hour.

Household Hints

Bv United Press

To prevent link sausages

from

the Elks, Home or by calling the

Club Manager, Hector. Downo at
Balboa 1414. !iv -c ..

Wedding Announcamant
Mr. and Mrs. Lanson Lee Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Phillips of Sandford, Florida

announce the marriage of then-

Frances Bauer outdoes a Buck when. frying, first pierce

nogers in mm Uiem WKn 1 10,.

After you have used the auto-

th strain. She follows an imagi-

nanr stiided missile through space

daughter Phyllis Ann to Raymond to its target, She .plumbs the
Louis Bertrind. The wedding will j depths of the sea in a submarine
take place at the All Souls Church !0r tests the strength of a bridge,
at Sandord, Florida on Monday, Div Bauer, who is in her early
May 21. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips iM'g, works magic with matho matho-ar
ar matho-ar former residents of the Canaljmatics and machines.
Zone and Mr. Phillips is a retired j she holds a bachelor of arts de de-Panama
Panama de-Panama Canal employe. ; 'gree from Brooklyn College, and
Miss Phillips was graduated ; a : master's degree and doctorate
from the Balboa High School with 'in applied mathematics from

rirear takes her thrQUKh

Yet she never leaves her desk.

.She fhea a piane--oeure u i malic washer for tinting clothing,
buUt;7through a hurricane to find sur to clean it thoroughly w
2 lle "S? FifZiS.prevent staining. clothes to future

laundries.

To stretch the food dollar, keen
the' food list flexible to take aV

Mill

-r each MUc for lncluilen In Ibb
. columa ihould tuftmitlc4 la lyac
; wrlllca font ana nailed (o cat (
Die bas aumbcri llatrd eallr hi "-'
clal and Otamwfca," ar dellvand
fcjr baad to ika f (Ira. Rotleaa 1
' wctings cannot ka acccpltd by Itla Itla-,
, Itla-, Bhona, -,f;..s n"
Abou Saad Shrine

The business meeting of '' Abou

vantage of special tales. Buy WViTftriwCTni, b
in season when they usually are st,Stiihf!?V HmSJ- heW
their lowest nrir: tonight at T p.m. at Ancon Mason-

tbe class of 1955.

For

Farewell Luncheon
Mrs. Paul Duran

Mrs. Paul Purau of Golf Heights

is being honored with a luncheon
followed by an afternoon of cards

af the Panama Golf Club today.
The party is a farewell for Mrs.
Duran who is leaving shortly for
the States on vacation.
RabU Nathan Witkin Returns
From New York

Rabbi Nathan Witkin returned

mathematician, the only woman

senior, for the Beeves Instrument

.Corp., where she assists in the

operation or "Project cyclone.
The project was built in 1946 by
the Reeves, company and atill is
operated by that firm for the U.S.
Navy's Bureau of Aeronautics. :
"Project Cyclone' consists of 50
electronic computing machines and
is primarily concerned with testing
suided missiles, new aircraft, eu-

this week from New York City gine designs, radar defense sys sys-wbere
wbere sys-wbere he attended confenees held; terns and submarines. Most of the
by the United Service Organiza-problems are security secrets,
tlon, and by the National Jewish, Real tests would cost hundreds
Welfare Board Armed Services of thousands of dollars and possibly
Division. many lives. At "Project Cyclone''
. ' !lk. t.itinA I (fan 0nrflllv hofAr

'the missiles and aircraft are built,

through a series of mathematical
formulae representing the actual
physical conditions to which they

win oe suDjectea.

Navy Piano cnangw

their lowest price..

Fruit salad with a cream cheese
or cream and mayonnaise base
can' be frozen for futuro use.
To glaze buns, brush with milk
or slightly beaten egg white and
sprinkle with sugar a minute be-

is employed as a s enur puring that extra time, the buns

win develop an attracuve glaze.
Frozen fish thawa best In the
refrigerator at 38 to 40 degrees
Fahrenheit. It can be cooked with without
out without previous thawing, but the
cooking time is longer.

Brown University.

Electronic Machines

She

ic. Temple.

All local shriners and visitinr

shriners on the Isthmus are invit

ed to attend
Tower Club

Members of the Tower Club are

OflnpfiMiit ran tu iwtinnfri

easily and with a minimum loss of tlLtiL?!
juice if it first is peeled from theik,tcben techniques,

Reslauranl Reveals
Culinary Secrets

CHICAGO (UP) A Chicago

restaurant nas taxen tne secrecy

on its chefs recipes and

stem end. Cut off the white mem

brane along with, the skin," then
the partition that divides the sec sections
tions sections can be peeled back with the

lingers,

Don 'Roth's New Blaekhawk
Restaurant announced it will dis

pense the recipes, free advice and

homemaking tips as a part of a

A salt and vinegar solution will new: hom fonoJ5i" wo"""

To Vacation. In Europe

Leaving by plane tomorrow

l!:v Doss Fcr L

Cc?$ In (h:cc:D

CHICAGO (UP) -Marilyn
Olson gave up carpets on the floor,

smart decor, oioed-in music and

regular lunch hours when she quit
an office job for a police career.!
But now she bas an office of her
own, t few pictures and a Tot of

giants at Chicago's grim police
eadquarters.

service dubbed "HERS,'

Many restaurants are unneces'

sarily secretive, Roth said, about

methods and techniques which
really are nothing more than good
culinary practice.

rtrrriM tnv i "There should b no reason." he

:t.., l.. isaid. "why hememakers can t ben-

n, iwiw iijj ii Ail viiavc spleen nas : ... . .
these are fed by the physicists doors of glass which allow the fire,1' J fra our own trial nI

clean unlacquered brass or copper-

ware quicaiy. ; ) v
Il37 Firescreen

and mathematicians to the elec

tronic computers. These, with
lightning speed, carry the formulae

to their logical conclusions.

As an example of the work done

at the project, the Navy was ad advised
vised advised not to try to launch a certain

type of jet fighter from the deck

oi i piicoioa earner, mt com

to be seen but throw 6fi a more

even heat in a way that ia similar

to an infra-red beat lamp.

Tasty Diked Apple

errors.'

the olane was changed

' Tka arAAsi uriih ttrViiK 4 Pi A aftlaiA.

The daughter of a police lieuten- tronic machines work is
ant recently pinned on a new staeeprme.

"Even a dumb machine a digi digital
tal digital that only can add, subtract.

multiply and divide can do in one

minute what it takes me u hours

Farewell Banquet Ta Honor
Charles F M.agee ."

This evening, at 7 p.m. a "Fare

well Banquet wui be given at tne

BPQ Elks Lodge 1414 home on La
Boca Road, in honor of Charles E.

Ma?ee. . 1 I lieutenant's star and took over the
"Mugsy,'! as he is more popuffob of bossine: the citv's 84 oolice-

larly known, and his wife will be women and 40 police matrons.

leaving the Isthmus around June Miss .Olson is trim, soft-voiced.

10th, to make their home in the U-ifeminine and 34. She beail Uttle to do." Dr. Bauer said.

nited Mates.. V 'resemblance to the stereotyped' "A smart one works eight thou-

.uuiist w iiuumcu iiiiu uiciconceDiion oi a nerrv unisn-iaiifinpicanrf timna factor That moim it

Order of Elks on September 25, Ipolice woman. v-- -would take me approximately
1926. He has served Lodge 1414, in I She's calm and self-possessed. 3.000 10-hour work davs to dn what

one capacity or another, continual While she clans no maior shakeuo th. fact marhin don in nn

(Jy from 1929 unlil the close of the in her department, she has in-minute.

1-1 . wch.' l56. augurated a policy of having k "But all machines are reallv

rriends oi the Maeee family are face-to-foce contact with each of Humh. vou know 1 Thv rn t

imited to attend. Tickets, at $2,00 her policewomen at least once a .'do anything without human

i"rr iicruin. mav ho nhtainmi al mr,nh ,.An

He said the program will include
an answer service for Chicago Chicago-area
area Chicago-area housewives who want help in
planning parties and special meals

:or on questions of etiquette and
menu selections.. ,

NEW YORK (UP) -To givei HERS also will "offer timely

advised" that the Mav m6elini.

which would, have .been hold Mon

day tlie 21, 'will not take place.

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itiy '' y'i
llIIfiMilll

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...should hovs sent it by Pan American

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Fanamai I Street No. 5( Tel. 2-0670; Colom Solas Bldg., Tel. 1097
n-tnu m v. tM.ii.i..

puters showed that the jet would baked PPle or pears a different hints for holiday foods and special
sink instead of fly. The design oftflavor' use OTanBe Juice instead of 1 recipes gathered f r 0 m tne

the water, called for in the recipe, restaurant's staff of chefs.

IC3 Purt Ir.stcr.t Coffea

Belter flavor

Cup after Cup!

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WAVES tASTi

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without thvl

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' The s2e of the average Wyoming
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k 1. JfltlAMnnilA intrAdCA An nap

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t Farm- income in 'Wyoming for
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Tel. 2-0610
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
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FOR SALE

Household
fOR SALE: Mahogany livinf
mm fwraitMrt, 2 haa with
cmhMnt $25.00 ta. 2 ttt i
labia $10.00 ea. Sawll
tabla, $5)0. Cornar table, $15. 1
Cefft table $10.00. 1.4 West.
tnjtiOMt FrotHrta rafrifarator,
$200.00. Phoiia 1-1751 Criit-.
bat
FOR SALEi-Cbrame dinette in,
$35.00. Oahw fibar ruf, frtan,
12x15, $20.00. Phona 2-3335.
FOR SALE. Complete apart
meat' fumithinf includinf:
Couch ni chair set, bed and
dresaer, ttfriftrator and mbctl mbctl-lanom
lanom mbctl-lanom kerns.- Very raatenabl.
Call Gamboa 6-228.
FOR SALEs -60-cycle perceUin
rafriterater $50,00. laby car car-:
: car-: riage, stroller, bads, floor lamp.
Cheap. Ave. Cuba No. 51, Apt,
FOR SALE; One 15.1 cubie
fact doop froaio 60-cyclo, like
now, ideal for store, cafe or larpo
family. One V ton air cendiw
tionor 60-cyclo 110 Watt. TaU
3-6263.
FOR SALE: Spinet piano, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition and appearance,
$300r00. Balboa 2-363S, 0I2S
Plank St,
, FOR SALE: lnnorsprina folding
bod, G.E. radio, phonograph con-,
sole, match-stick blinds, various
lengths. Phone Balboa 2-1761.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 14 fool fiihing
boat complete, with all equip equipment
ment equipment and two wheal trailer, 10
h.p. Johnson outboard motor,
licensed till April, 1957, $295 -tikos
all. Call 2-2472, Balboa.
FOR SALE: 21 ft. cabin crui cruiser.
ser. cruiser. 7 ft. beam, 90 h.p. inboard,
I V lal. per hour cruising, 2
bunks, head, double hull, re recently
cently recently overhauled. Also 25 hp. hp.-Evinrude
Evinrude hp.-Evinrude 50 hours running time.
Tel. Bal. 2-1147. iSi?
FOR SALE. Or" will trade largo
20 foot boat trailer for 15 foot
trailer. Phone Balboa 2321. ,'
FOR SALI: 20'6" cabin erui erui-ser
ser erui-ser now at Yacht Club. Inboard
Kenneth engine. Phono Balboa
2-1761.
Utah's Siapau arch, a natural
bridge as long as a citv block.
takes its name from a Hooi Indian
pnrase meaning "Entrance to the
Underworld," the National Geo
graphic Society says.
Stevenson, Guitar
Florida Counties
SARASOTA. Fla., May 19 (UP)
Adlai Stevenson carried his cam
paign for the Democratic presiden
tial nomination into Florida's Re
publican stronghold today with the
help of an admirer who plays xuii-
buly music for streetcorner ral
ues.
Stevenson started handshaking
his way throueh Sarasota. Mana
tee and Pinellas Counties. He will
finish with a rally and television
speech at St. Petersburg tonight
Stevenson picked up tne servic
es of "Cowbov" Brown, of Lake
land. Brown rides' in front of the
candidate's bus in a battered car
that blares out recorded rural
tunes from loud-speakers mounted
on top. .. -,
large Assortment
of MOULDING
W MAKE
PICTURE fK.4MES,
for pictures,
diplomas, etc
CLASS
and MIRRORS
Muebleria
"EL, DIABLO"
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FOR SALE

Automobiles
FOR SALE. 1953 Poatiac, 4 4-doer
doer 4-doer Sedan, 6 cylinders stand stand-'ard,
'ard, stand-'ard, 4 now tiros, excellent con condition,
dition, condition, $1180.00. House 8007 8007-I,
I, 8007-I, 1st St. Margarita. Phono 1 1-1801.'
1801.' 1-1801.' ;
FOR SALE: Dodga Coronet,
55 Soda Combination, perfect
condition. Gulick 606 Mrs. Lara.
Corsn- II30-A, 6 p.m. on.
FOR SALE-1954 Chevrolet
Sedan. Excellent condition, paint
like new, new tiros. Owner liv living,
ing, living, mutt nil. Tel. Balboa 3280.
FOR SALE: 195? Ford V-l
Customlina Tudor. Now tiros,
battery, extras, low mileage. Tel.
2-2908.
FOR SALE: 1954 Plymouth,
'fully equipped, undorceated, two two-tone,
tone, two-tone, perfect. Call Cpl King, A A-madsr
madsr A-madsr 5254 mornings.
FOR SALE: 1952 black Tudor
Sedan Mainline, 6 cylinders, ra radio,
dio, radio, $675.00. Call 3-1751 Cris Cristobal.
tobal. Cristobal. .." .- ':
FOR SAL!: 51 Oldimobile W
Hydrametie. Call 5-548 any
time. f
FOR SALE-'39 Oldsmobilo, 4
now tiros, $65.00. Call 5-501
any time. v:
FOR SALE j 1953 Chevolet 4 4-door
door 4-door Sedan, Power glide, radio,
good tiros, 27,000 miles, $950.
cash. Phone 83-51 88 after 4
p.m.. Friday and all day Satur Saturday
day Saturday and Sunday.
FOR SALE: 1952 Singer Road Roadster
ster Roadster very good condition. 1949
Hartley-Daviton merarcicylo very -good
conditio will trad, far
car. Balboa 2-3775.
FOR SALE: '41 MoKury Se Sedan
dan Sedan with radio, good working
condition, excellent transporta transportation.
tion. transportation. Bargain price $100.00. Ca Calls
lls Calls Juan B. Sou, next to Aflat
Garden, Loxano Garage.
FOR SALE: 1955 Mercury 2.
doer Hardtop. Duty free, $ 1 800V
Tel. 3-0776. 43rd St. No. 21.
FOR SAlii 54 Ford! Fordor
; Sedan, 14,600 miles, excellent.
; $1300.00. 0828 flank St. BaU
bos, 2-3638. ;:.
FOR SALE-Joep 4 wheel drive.
Military tips radio, foam tub tub-her
her tub-her seats, bar, side panals, alu aluminum
minum aluminum doors, shovel, axa, fire 1
ext., bull horn, A-l condition,
' plenty spare parts. $700.00.
Phono Cristobal 2887.
FOR SALEs 1953 Fiat
Sedan. Duty paid. Excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Call 3-1276.
Picker Tour
Seeking Vote
The candidate also was picking
up presents a stuffed baby alli alligator
gator alligator at Bartow, and live donkey
from a college fraternity at Fion
as douinern umege,
This area gave President Eisen
hower a large portion of his loo.'
000-vote Florida majority over Ste Stevenson
venson Stevenson in 1952 and in 1954 sent
William C. Cramer to Washington
as Florida's first GOP Congress
man since iteconstrucuon Ways.
Stevenson hoped to make head
way in a speech tonight on old aee
problems. St, Petersburgh has an
estimated 35,000 residents over 65
years of age and is famed as a re
tirement center.
me former Illinois governor
flies to Miami late tonight where
he will meet sen. Estes Kefauver
Monday in a television debate.
Both are vying for Florida's 28
national convention votes in the
May 29 primary.
Stevenson got down to criticising
the Republican administration in
two speeches at Tampa last night.
charging that "on every critical
front of the cold war we are weak
er now than we were three yean
ago."
There are many pressing prob
lems aDroad needing a solution,
he said, "and you can't Accom
plish these thing with a preside
on the golf course and a Secreta
ry of State in the air."
A false fire alarm resulted In
panic that cost 72 lives in a hall
at Calumet, Mich., on Christmas
Day in 1913.
Jpanama..
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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
SOX 2031, ANCON. CZ.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
West Bank Ladies: Expert bean-
ty service. .Stateside Lkonsod
operators. Gonoll's Beauty Shop,
Cocoli Clubhouse. Open Monday
thru Saturday. Navy 2812.
Mr. Car Owner b fully in form- -ed.
Do yea know about Johnston
gusranteod Auto repairs. Tel
456-A 16 Meteisdea, Colon, R.
FOR SALE
BlisceHaneons
FOR SALE-20" bicycle, 25 25-,
, 25-, cycle fan. Ping Peng table, bar barbecue
becue barbecue on wheels, scooter, yard yard-bird.
bird. yard-bird. 561 Hospital Read, Cere Cere-sal,
sal, Cere-sal, 2-1417.
FOR SALE.- 120 watt trans transmitter
mitter transmitter Collins 12V3. used very
little. Now price $800.00 My
price $600.00. CaU Balboa 2-
3147.
FOR SALE.- Ricardo A.. Mire,
S.A., Just received wicke for Sur Sur-.
. Sur-. Flame kerosene stoves 90c. each,
and 3 for $2.40. last 16th St.
N 6-20.
FOR SALE: Cocker Spaniel
black pup, excellent pedigree.
12th October; St. Guechepali,
; house 3-36. Apt. or Tel. 2 2-4426.
4426. 2-4426. $20.00 ea
Penfecosl To Be
Tcmorrov
Al Saint Peter's t
Foremost amona the services for
the feast of Pentecost at St. Pe
ter s church in La Boca tomorrow
is sung Eucharist at 10:30 a.m..
witn tne Kev. John Snear as -eel
ebrant and preacher.
Whitsunday, as, Pentecost Is
commonly called, marks the
founding' of the Christian church
on earth, and parishioners ar urg
ea ro anena we ceieorauon.
. Members of the Woman's Auxi
liary will commune In a body at
this service and present their U-
nited Thanks offering. -.
A corporate communion will al
so be made by the iuvenile mem.
bers of the parish in observance
of the monthly Children's Euchar-
Father Spear will preside
meeting of the vestry on Monday
uiguc, Beginning i:au. aimuiia
neously. a meetinc of the Worn
an's Auxiliary will be held on the
tuuicu premises. t v
Zone Of Death Kepi
Despite Relaxation
Of German Tension
BERLIN. Mav 19 fUPl Fast
German Communists said flatly
loaay uiev win retam tne iron cur
tain they built between West Ger
many ana the Soviet Zone,
Tne communist party newspa
per NeXies Deutschland said East
Germany will not follow the ex example
ample example of Hungary and dismantle
miles of barbed wire barricades
fencing off East Germany from
the urea west.
The nespaper said so called
"zone of death" was necessary be
cause of West German remilitari
sation, espionage and sabotage.
Tne East German cabinet yes
terdav issued an order on "thi
easing and regulating of measures
on the border between the German
Democratic Republic and the West!
German Federal Republic."
The new order made insignifi
cant relaxations 'in border securi
ty but retained the xone of death.
where border guards have orders
to shoot persons attempting to es
cape to tne west.
Red China-Egypt
Pact V(frries US
WASHINGTON, May 19 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The State Department is sharply
concerned about "rumors", that
Communist China is ready to ship
arms to Egypt, a spokesman said
yesterday. .v v-..:
He said the department heard
the reports "fairly recent" and is
checking them. He said similar
rumors cropped up in advance of
earner Red arms shipments to JS
gypt and Syria,
The first Red shipments to Arab
block nations touched off a dan
gerous new crisis in the explosive
Arab Israeli situation. Officials
feel that any new, shipments may
upset the precious balance in the
Middle East,
The new reports said an Egyp
tian military mission will go U
Peiping' shortly. A report from
Cairo said Red China has indicated-
a -willingness to provide- arms
to Egypt."

FOR RENT

Apartments
ATTENTION C LI Jest built
modem furnished apartments, I,
2 bsdraami, hot, celd vatea
fnono Penaase 1-4941.
FOR RENT.- Nicely furnished,
modem apartment I b o d
room, living room, dining room,
kitchen. For 1 months, June, lot ;
to August list, fhoae Panama
1-4868.
FOR RENT r Famished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartment: 2 bod bod-rooms,
rooms, bod-rooms, 2 bathrooms, etc.. ; ies
- Bella Vista. Phone 1-6097, 2- :
2504. .; ;
FOR RENT Apartment 2 bed bed-rooms,
rooms, bed-rooms, dining room, sitting roonw
maid's room with bath, large
kitchen, large bathroom, hot wa-
tor, apartment alt screened, 25
sq ius meters inside apartment
for laundry, drying and ironing. ;
large closets, garage. House No.
5, Eusobio A. Morales Ave. to
El Cangrejo, comer house. Phone
Panama 1-0579
Ml RENT: -Furnished 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment;, inspected, hot :
water, newly decorated, desirable
location. Via Poms 82, Tele-
1-6115. 'V ;?
FOR RENT Best located.
room furnished apart ment. Clean
and comfortable. 43rd St, Na..
II.
FOR RENT Unfurnished mod mod-em
em mod-em apartment, 2 bedrooms, 2
bathrooms,, dining-living room,
maid's room with bathroom, ga garage,
rage, garage, et water. Phenot businose
hours 2-0321, Sundays 2-3525.
FOR RENT. Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedrooms, Irving room,
. dining room, kitchen. San Fran Francisco,
cisco, Francisco, 1 6th St. No. 6. Telephone
3-1 188 and 1-5641,
FOR RENT: Modem apart apart-'
' apart-' mont, 2 bedrooms, living and
dining room, large kitchen and
balcony, scree ited, etc. Comfort Comfortable,
able, Comfortable, reasonable price, front Uni University.
versity. University. Apply Ave. Jose do Fa Fa-breaa
breaa Fa-breaa No. 22 (Pasadena) S to
12 m., 2 .m. t C p.m.
fOR RENT Nicely furnished
. apartment, Including refrigera refrigerator,,
tor,, refrigerator,, porch,' parlor-diaingroom,
bedroom, kitchen. All screened.
' Good surroundings, $60.00. Ap Apply
ply Apply 1 12 Via Bolisarie Poms near
Roosevelt Theatre.
f OR RENT r Modern, cool, one
bedroom apartment, very easy ta
furnish, hot water, near the II
Panama Hotel. Cad 1-1421.
FOR RENT. Smell furnished a
partment near American Imbas Imbas-sy.
sy. Imbas-sy. Can Tel. 1-1467.
FOR RENT j 2, bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining toons,
kitchen. 13th St. No. 16. San
Francisco, Via Peeves, Phone 3-
2457.'-': -.. frr..;:r'--.
FOR RENT I Furnished two
bedroom apartment. Electric,
gas and telephone, service In Included.
cluded. Included. Apply No. 14. 44tb St
Apartment I. c....
FOR RENT: Two apartments
withb two bedrooms each, hot
water, near Bollavista Theatre.
Ave. Cuba No. 58.ToL 2-1227.
1-1129. .
FOR RENT-SIJ.OO two room
furnished apartment, SI St. No,
10. CaH 1-2097.
; FOR RENT: Furnished apart apart-'
' apart-' mont, $65. Military inspected.
Via Psrrae 99. Phono 1-2068.
FOR RENTi Completely fur fur-nished
nished fur-nished and gas indudod, to A A-morkan
morkan A-morkan peoples Half chalet,
$65.00 and I bedroom and
kitchen apartment, $50.00. Sa
Francisco. Phone 1-2910.
FOR RENT; Furnished I bod bod-room
room bod-room apartment. Apply to house
No. 45, Apt. 12. Panama Ante
Road or can ta 3-2930. $800.
FOR RENT: Ground floor one
bedroom furnished apartment
Boll Vista, Cos Steve, refrigera refrigerator,
tor, refrigerator, $60.00. ToL 1-1146.
FOR RENTt Furnished 1 bed bedroom
room bedroom apsrtment. Fenced yard,
garage, screened. 9th St. Son
Francesco. CaH 6-206.
FOR RENTt Furnished
or an-
, furnished one bedroom
apartment, garage. 1 68 Via Be Be-lisario
lisario Be-lisario Parras. ,
New Construction
At Iceland Bases V
Suspended By U.S.
Washington: May 19 rop)
The United States baa sus
pended negotiations for new
construction at the vital U. S.
air base in Iceland because -of
the uncertain future of U. S.
forces in the tiny island repub republic,
lic, republic, it was disclosed today. '.
State Department press offi officer
cer officer Lincoln White noted that
the -Icelandic Parliament on
March 29 called for the with withdrawal
drawal withdrawal of VS. forces from the
bigKeflavik air base in Iceland.
. xne aemana nas not oeen
pressed by the Icelandic gov government,
ernment, government, however, and there has
been some hope it will be for for-rotten
rotten for-rotten r modified after the re
public's Jim 4 elections.

lloiises

FOR RENT: Two bedroom
with two bathrooms, living room,
dining room, kitchen, porch,
maid's room, two garage end
huge law at 50th St. and Cam Cam-no.
no. Cam-no. Alegre: For information call
Do Rom 1-0908.
FOR RENTS Vacation ejuartors
completely furnished house neer
Pakilla Airport from June 15 to
Aug. 15. Reasons Me rental to
tight person, ToL 1-5120 7.
aim., I p.m- C p.m.
FOR RENT. Modem comfert-
able chalet. Screened, 3 b o d-
roemsv living and dining, room.
terrace, garage, etc Reasonable
: price, facing University. Apply:
Ave. Jose do Fabroga No. 22
(Pasadena) S a.m. to 12 noon;
' 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Vautien Quarters Meal Heme
Ancon. Fully furnished. For June
and Jury Reasonable rent. To
responsible people. CaH Balboa
6339 Saturday or Sunday. :
FOR RENT: Large chalet, plenty
of grounds in cool las Cumkros.
, Living room, dining room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, laundry and breakfast nook,
three largo bedrooms, nursery,
swing room, storage room, two
baths,, outside maid's room com complete
plete complete with bath and garde ater-.
age or workshop. Covered two two-oar
oar two-oar garage. Ponced la yard. Tel.
Panama 2-2142.
FOR RENT Vacation Quarters
June 15 ta September t. Com Completely
pletely Completely furnished boose, kitchen.
, dining and living-room, 1 bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms end air-ceaditiened, 2
baths, maid's quarters, brge
yard, garage. Located Bella Vis Vista.
ta. Vista. Phone 1-6757.
FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR RENTt Commercial arte,
na block from the public mark market.
et. market. Telephone 2-0249.
Business Urged
To Aid Expansion
Of Universities
NEW YORK. May 19'(UP-The
nation's businesses and industries
were urged yesterday to help foot
the bill for a vast expansion of
couege ana university Mamies e-l
qual to the total of all those built
since the pilgims landed.
The plea was made by Neil
McElroy. president of the Procter
i Gamble Co., add newly, elected
chairman ol tne National Indus Industrial
trial Industrial Conference Board, at the
board's 40th annual meeting.
uaseu on youngsters who are
now' born, and merely looking a a-head
head a-head to the day when they reach
college age, it can be predicted
with reasonable certainty that by
1970 we will have to double the
means of providing higher educa.
tional opportunity to those who
will seek it and have the capacl-
i u BDsora n, jncdiroy aaia. 1
Scj'hcmUr.icnsFece
DeEth AjVoIs Resiilf
Of hlccrtl::n Th:re
WASHINGTON. Mar 19 (DP)-
The AFL QO Textile Workers
Union passed., a resolution yester yesterday
day yesterday favoring integration in public
schools despite warnings by south
ern delegates that it would kill
the. union in the South.
The resolution was passed at
the union's convention after about
half of 1,30 delegates had left
town. It called for an "orderly
t r a n s i t i o n" to unsegreagated
schools and denounced white citi
zens Councils as Vbitter foes" of
labor. -...v. 'i' ... ;
.. Southern delegates staked eat
ef the hall after the standing
vote was taken. They claimed
the actios would provide mate material
rial material for "reactionary" Sou then
employers seeking it tint
workers aoinst the anion.
Tht resolution cslled on Presi
dent Eisenhower to convene
conference of Southern governors
"and provide other moral leader leadership
ship leadership for the peaceful and orderly
transition to an unsegregated pub public
lic public school system." It also called
on union members to "aeorm
white Citizens Councils.
The Union represents a b a t
285,001 workers. About 82,000 are
in the South where the anion
has been asking help from the
parent AFL-CIO in organizing
still more.
Charles Auslander of ; Spray,
N.C., argued that the resolution
would give Southern employers a
weapon to -arouse worsen a
ea-.nst the union."
"This is the moment that many
reactionary employers and the
oress in the South have been
waiting for." He said. "Don't
make our job any harder in the
South. It is hard enough now,
But another North Carolinian,
Mrs. Ethel Jenkins of High Point,
spoke out uv favor of the -resolution.
She said her children told
her "not to come back if I didnt
state my position itt iavorof fins

' RESORTS

PHILLIPS Oceeneido Cettapeo,
Santa Clam. Box 415, Bolboe.
Pbeae Paiteaao 1-1877, Crista Crista-bd
bd Crista-bd 1-1671.
Swim and relax at Shrapnel's
beach homes, Santa Clara. Phone
Thompson, Balboa 1772.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES aad largo
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Balboa 1866.
WANTED
Bttscellaneons.
WANTED; Set of weiohtt for
weight lifting about 200 lbs.
Balboa 2-3775. t

Onassis, Norwegian JVhalinj ;Assn.

Reach Agreement
OSLO, May 19 (UP) Greek
shipping magnate Aristotle Onas Onassis
sis Onassis and the Norwegian Whalme
Association yesterday reached an
agreement In the comnhcated and
long-drawn dispute concernine: O-
nassis auegea vioiauons of uter-
nationai whaling agreements. -?;.'-All
court claims are withdrawn
Onassis has agreed to contribute
3 million Norwegian kroner ($425,.
000) to a fund iof the benefit of
the Norwegian whaling industry
"as a gesture of eood will." The
Norwegian' Whaling Association
will contribute one million kro
ner ($140,000) to the same fund.
The -original Norwegian claims
on Onassis amounted to nine mil million
lion million kroner ($1.3 million dollars)
plus 20 per cent for legal expens expenses.
es. expenses. t ,.--" . . v
And thus, by; en agreement
signed in Paris yesterday by 0
nassis ami Norwegian whaling
king Andors Jahro, ends a con conflict
flict conflict that has mid news head headlines,
lines, headlines, that has N involved : notes -borwoon
; the governments of
Norway and Panama, provoked
arrests In ships and whale ail
and set a complicated court ma
ehinory moving in .Rotterdam.'
The conflict between Onassis
and the Norwegian Whaling Asso Association
ciation Association dates back to 1950 when O.
nassis entered whaling with his
"Olympic Challenger" expedition
and tried to engage a Norwegian
crew Norwegians being prohibit
ed oy law to work tor foreign
whaling companies unless special
permission is granted.)
Later the Norwegian Whaling
Association eharged Onassis with
Dreaaing international whaling s
greements, causing the whalint-
season in the Antarctic to be pre prematurely
maturely prematurely closed. The association
claimed proof of this breach, and
after notes had been exchanged to
no avail between the governments
of Norway and Panama where the
Olympic Challenger was register registered,
ed, registered, the Whaling Association this
year held as bond in 9,000 tons of
whale oil from Onassis owned
tanker Olympic Sun in Hamburg
ana later in tne Olympic Chaileq
ger in Rotterdam.
Onassis 1 retaliated by legally
seizing as counter-bond the facto factory
ry factory ship "Kosmo HI" owned by
Anaers janre, in Koiteraam.
The district court in Rotterdam,
agreed to release both ships mon.
etary pending' bonds.' The Norwe
gian Whaling Association, paid, but
the Olympic Challenger remained
in Rotterdam.
' YeatanleyV agreements
moans the ship finally can be
taken ever by the new owners,
the Kyekvye Hogot ef Japan.
Onassis has definitely withdrawn
from whaling. v
Onassis and Jahre opened nego negotiations
tiations negotiations in the Hotel George V in
Paris on May I. Late last night
the following communique was re released:
leased: released: s, i-ii ,.-
"In connection with the sale to
Japan of the whaling fleet of the
Olympic Whaling Company the
Norwegian Whaling Association,
represented by Anders Jahre, and

EIGHT DIE IN PLANE CRASH The bodies of two of tht
eight men killed In the crash of a company plane at jefferson jefferson-ville,
ville, jefferson-ville, lnd are placed aboard a farm wagon. The plane, flying t
fronj Chicago to Louisville, Ky, carried ate execuUvea of
' -. 'Chicago firm, the pilot and co-pllot ---

Position Offered

JOB epportunfty experienced -j
am 4 fully gualified electronics
technicians and outsidd sale sale-men.
men. sale-men. Apply "Tropclce $X witfc
WANTED Eaglish-Spanisb
stenographer for temporary wore.
Phona 2-4944.'.
Help Wanted
WANTED; Maid ta do geneml -housework,
no cooking,' must
live in. Catl between 8-9, a.m.
and 6-7 p.m, only.. Phono 2-
v 3546V: V".' 'syi,. '--r
In Long Dispute
A. S. Onassis on behalf of the O O-lympic
lympic O-lympic Whaling Company have a-
micabiy agreed to withdraw all
claims and counterclaims arising;
out of the strong competition in
pelagic whaling.-
r i
"On the initiative of Jahre. and
on his suggestion, a fund with a
capital of four million kroner
will be established for the benefit
of the Ndrwegian -whaling indus industry.
try. industry. That fund shall be employed
as seen fit by the board of trus trustees.
tees. trustees. The board -will consist of
three members appointed bv the
Norwegian Whaling Association.
"Onassis has pledged himself to
participate in the fund with three
million kroner- as a 'gesture of
good will' and as an acknowledge acknowledgement
ment acknowledgement of the experience he haa
gathered from the Norwegian whal
ing industry.: His provision is that
the Norwegian whaling companies
participate in the fund with'- at
least one million kroner. The
Whaling Association has offered
Onassis to appoint, one Scandina Scandinavian
vian Scandinavian representative as member of
the board of trustees for the first
three-year period. ur rfMv
A. $. Onassis Andors Jahros."
Jahre declined to comment the
agreement this morning.
',' j; a m mmmm- t..
New Books
The story of a woman who went
to the northwoods to become a
country doctor and during the
years built a hospital and a church
wnere none was oetore, is told in
"Doctor Kate." one-of the books
placed in circulation this .week,
by the Canal Zone Library.'
The book was written oy Adeie
Comandini, a well-known screen
play writer, who was so impress impressed
ed impressed by Dr. Kate's television appear appearance
ance appearance on "This is Your Life,'' that
she- asked permission to tell the
full story as a biography.
me complete list of new nooks
and their authors announced -the
Library this week follows:
NON-FICTION -The Human
Venture, Heard; The Development
of Tropical and Sub-Tropical Coun Countries
tries Countries with Particular Reference .to
Africa, Banks; Soviet Espionage,
Dallin; 'Standard Book of Letter
Writing, Watson; Diesel Opera Operator's
tor's Operator's Guide, Jones; The Gods were)
Kind, Willis; Chicago, With Love
meeker; Doctor &ate, comandini?,
Nixop, De Toledano; The Moth
and the Star, Pippett; and Tri Triumph
umph Triumph of the Eggheads, Coon, v
FICTION Coil of the Serpent.
Allen; A House of children, Ca Carey;
rey; Carey; Case ef the Terrified Typist,
Gardner; Freedom or Death, Ka Ka-zantxakes;
zantxakes; Ka-zantxakes; Over the River Charlie,
Lansworth; Sinners and Shrouds,.
Latimer; Secret Understand, Mi
lerr The Hardhats, Newell, The
Screaming Rabbit, Ognall; Valley
of the Vines, Packer; Miss Moris-'
sa, Sandoz; The Frigate Captain,
Styles: Summer Intrigue. Swinner-
ton;, and Harry Black, Walker

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1ST LT. HARRY A. BAILEY, commanding officer of B Bat Battery,
tery, Battery, 903d AAA- Battalion, Fort Clayton, presents SFC Charles
R. Sticfcelman (left), a Certificate, of Achievement citing 6FC
Stlckelman's outstandinit record W vehicle maintenance. The
Certificate also mentioned his fine, record f8 Platt"s;'
reant. Commended for his superior conduct while a i member
of the 23d Reconnaissance Co. Fort Clayton, SFC-SUckelman
. is currently assigned as motor sergeant in Battery. -T-t
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MOVIES TV tAOO

Erskln Johnson

Ex-Balboa Resident;
Postal Clerk. Diss

Jonas E. White, former Balboa

postal clerk, died 'Thursday in
Guntersville, Alabama, according
to a cable received on the Isth

mus Friday. He- was 67 years old.
Mr. White retired from Canal

service in 1950 after 40 years of
Government service. Since that
time he has been making his home
in the United States ; ; i!j

A native of Lexington, Kentuc

ky, he was first employed by the
Canal organization as a postal
clerk at Cristobal, October S, 1907..

He served as postal clerk at Cris

tobal and at Corozal until It 17

when he returned to the States.

Re-employed in 1919 in the Cor Cor-resoondence
resoondence Cor-resoondence Bureau, he later

served in the Payroll Section and
as assistant steamship ticket a a-gent
gent a-gent in Cristobal until 1923. After
a short break in service, he re returned
turned returned to the Canal in 1925 and

was employed as a postal clerk in

Ancon. He served there and" at

Balboa until bis retirement.

In addition to his widow, he is

survived by his son, Jonas White,

HOLLYWOOD (NEA) No- and in a rocking chair, I may need
"able. Quotables; Lana Turner, a roof over my head, but I want
ioout why she never goes near the; memories of having been a real
lu.i..., "i rhnhhv Barker)- actress."

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orry? v

Why i should I

Yen. Peterson Holds
Last Service Sunday

The Ven. ilainert J. "Peterson.

Archdeacon of Colon and rector of
Christ Church By-the-Sea for the

past seven years, will officiate at

the services to oe neia at me At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic side Episcopal Church to

morrow in honor of the Feast of

Pentecost. i v I -,
It will be hi last Sunday in the
tiarish as rector, as he will begin

serving as Dean of the Cathedral
of St. Luke, Ancon, on May 27.
The schedule for tomorrow at

Christ Church will include cele celebrations
brations celebrations of the Holy Eucharist at
6 and 9 a.m. The early service

will be the choral Eucharist for

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ALBROOK BASE COMMANDER, Col. John, W. Oberdorf recent recently
ly recently presented the Commendation Ribbon to Ma J. William D.
Small. : He received the award, for distinguished -service while
assigned to Headquarters Air Training Command at Scott AFB,
. Illinois. (USAF Official Photo)

Committee Kills Proposal To Limit

Aid To Allies Who Trade With Reds

WASHINGTON May 19 (UP)

The House Foreign Affairs Com

mittee reversed itself under hea

vy administration pressure yester.
day and killed a proposal to deny
foreign aid to allies engaged in

strategic" trade with Commu

nist countries.

Handing President Eisenhower

a twin victory; the committee also

rejected on a "very close" vote

a move to slash nearly 1 billion
dollars from the administration's
almost. 5. billion dollar foreign aid
program. But this victory may be

oniy temporary. i
Ten of the 32 committee mem members
bers members were absent and chairman
James P. Richards (D-S.C.) said
a new attempt will be made Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday to trim the aid program.
Richards said he favors a "sub "substantial"
stantial" "substantial" cut In military aid.
: The committee, meeting behind
closed doors,' approved a motion
by Rep. Albert P. Marano (R (R-Conn.)
Conn.) (R-Conn.) to knock out of the foreign
aid bill an amendment approved
Thursday that would have denied
U.S. foreign aid to countries send sending
ing sending strategic goods to Red nations.

Richards said the committee

OLDEST TWINS?
GREAT BEND, Kan. -TUP)
Mrs. Amelia Sandman Essmiller-vr
of Great Bend and Mrs. Adelia,
Sanman Bratberg of Holman, Wis
both widows, believe they are the
nation's oldest twins. They are 95,

Rep. Edna F. Kelly (D-N.Y),

might be "dangerous" to U.S. in.

terna;iinal relations. He also not

ed that the entire aid program

will oe studied ny a special pres
idential commission, i

Morano said State Department
officials had contacted him and
other committee members voicing

their objections to the Kelly, a

mendmcnt. It was vigorously op opposed
posed opposed by Secretary of State John

Foster Dulles, Foreign Aid Chief
John B. .Hollisler and others.

Their position was that some
countries consider trade with Iron
Curtain countries vital to their ec economic
onomic economic life. These nations might
choose to continue such trade e e-ven
ven e-ven if it meant giving up U.S. aid.
In turn, this might cost the Unit United
ed United States military bases in some
countries.
In another action, the commit committee
tee committee approved a second proposal by
Morano to earmark an extra 5
million dollars in defense sup support
port support funds for Guatemala. Morano
said the Latin American country,

which threw out a Communist-m

wark of anti-Communism in thtf
Western Hemisphere.'1 ; T J
A series of moves were made
to cut the overall $4,900,000,000 in
the bill. I
Emphasizing the closeness of
the votes, Richards said one pro ':
posal to trim the bill ended in a
tie, presumably 11 to 11. :

felt fhe-restriction, rporposed by! filtrated governent, is "a. bul-

Walter Winchell
- (Continued iron Page 2)

Sabbath' night star: 'Mae Sagan,

a refreshing song stylist.

?5SSL25P,EJ: Ah day. which wUl close with

I go into a series, I want to' be on 3?.P;iny; 2 I
for at least three'vyeari'and have .1)1 Wi

k . tivrn a. JImaK

Um r.,. if.ll hf Tha Swan":

"Th.. u .iifi.nf thc star" Be- for at least threcyeari

lavior about her than almost ny my pockets lined when I leave.''

ither girl I aver rrrm.

.h. has the atrorst n.. Cmirch.

(Am I'vA Avar XPArlWlcw. Biauiufi Tiuv.f uiv uiut
.ww r .'iin : im.- IT.....') It' '. i 11 i n

disturDanca. an rraacis ui me nuuieu nuusc l

Stage Door:- Julie Wilson may

inherit the fern me lead in Moss
Hart's "In the Pink" due in Octo October
ber October ... It would mark the first
time she created a starring, role.

bhe succeeded Joan JJiener in
"Kismet' and Pat Marshal in

"Pajama". The word is sugary for
"New Faces of. '56" now in re

hearsal. Backers are watching it
with; great interest, considering re recent
cent recent fiascos wbicl proved "t n a t

Broadway Angels and Their Mon

ey Are Soon Parted ,' ; Jose Fer-

a special fareweU service for -tem on .the 12nd
r. If at "Th Hi-out Man"-irone

Archdeacon Peterson will be con-

I bad a tough time

scenes. Francis kicks.

stealing

... n disturbance.

uiiit that wav reserved, terribiy

rafazianal."

iwitf iftTmrRN about the differ- NANETTE FABRAY, about her

tnce' between movie and TV act-future after leaving the Sid Caesar r
... t,.'o nracticallv the show: "I want to sit down, and!

lani except that in the movies work. out a long-range policy. I'dt
fou can Ret your teeth into a role! love to do a movie, or a stage

inly if. they are capped." show or a gooa iv series.
JROBERT MAXWELL,' producer; ANDY DEVINE, sayina he pre pre-if
if pre-if the highly successful "Ussie", fers subtle humor:
JliJiT.-. .-ru.. "if th whole story "But I weigh too much1 to ho

tan't be told in two lines of dialog subtle. The audionco would throw

ve don t want it. ah we ao is uy
o leave a feeling of warmth and
liceness. a sort of 'aU things to
ill people.'
I .Ink. talking about Mar-

Ivn Monroe wearing her costumes more discriminating in TV than in
torn the stage version of "The pictures unless they're just doing

rocks at mo if I tried anything

with a light touch.

, LOUIS HAYWARD, about movie

actors on TV: 'They should be far

"I'm sure they'll be too tight in
tertain places." .

lit for bread-and-butter money.'

Mixio Rosonbloom, groaning

about comedians imitating him:
VThey're all making money 1ml-

NINA FOCH, laughing about her, tating Maxie Rosenbloom, but
veekly fencing lessons: "It's not! Maxie Rosenbloom can't get a job.
mly great exerciseit's very use- It ain't justice"
ail when ':. you're dealing with. j-r
igents" V v -;-.-;, --t-:-.-r-KIM NOVAK about a scar on
,v"sf:i:-v:;W'''-;;; her leg: 'v.-,. -.i
Richard Cent: "The reason to "I got it chasing boys when I

nanv Hollvwooa inn wm pir:,w nmt s"

vera get Involvod li,oxtra-iirri-

iacc3Y at txtsn.

By OSWALD JACOBY
Writtei for NEA Service

Rod Stoigor, turning down fabu

lous otfors for a European vaca-

ilsr romantic intrigues ia mar
confuted. Thov confuse

fcalr ml lil with what tho script tion

vritvra plot lor thorn." j : "After all, I can only drive one
; I car at a timt and oat ne atoak

GORDON MacBAE: "I hate day. What would I prove? I

Aow people who say they'll do
inything to keep-their kids out of
ihow business. So what's wrong
lith it?"

MARILYN MONROE: "I don't

nnt tn hi. thft highest naid movie

tar in the world. When I am old

now making moro money in a

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' Opening leadV 1

North's jump to three no-trump

wook than I ever made in year' in today's hand may seem bold,

- -. : f t Dut h i me normal .expert bid

-BOB HOft, at a Hollywood vi soutns opening Did of one no no-luncheon:
luncheon: no-luncheon: j trump shows 16 to 18 points, and
VThere haven't been any major; North has nine points. The total

froop movements lately except' is almost sure to be the 28 points

for Grace Kelly's wedding."

ARMED ARM OF GERMANY Soldiers of the new German
army fire a bazooka at the Pfaffenhofen training grounds near
Koblenr.' It marks the first time the German GX's have fired
life amnumlUou. '

usually needed for game, and

north should waste no time get

ting to a game contract.

.West opens the jack of hearts.

and South sees that he must de

velop tricks w both black suits

to make the game contract. He

wins the first trick in dummy with

the king and tries the spade fi

nesse, losing to west s king.

West can see that the hearts

are hopeless. Hence he shifts to
the eight of diamonds, thus put putting
ting putting declarer to the test. :'

If declarer plays a low diamond

from the dummy. East will play

just high enough to force out the

king, west wui later gam the lead
with the ace of clubs and continue

diamonds through dummy's queen.
.The defenders will thus take three
diamond tricks. in addition to the

king of spades and ace of clubs.

South can foil this plot by put

ting up dummy's queen of dia

monds when west oegins that suit.
East must take his ace, but ne

cannot continue the suit without

allowing dummy s ten of diamonds
to win a trick. East must shift to
a different suit :

The shift gives South time to
develop his club tricks to make
sure of the game contract. West
leads another-diamond when he
aets his ace of clubs.- but South

still has the king of diamonds to

for "The Great Man scenes

Walter Damrosch Littell; a nephew

of, the late ttar Sidney Howard, is

one of the backers of "Most Happy

Fella." He is a night copyboy at
the Times ... Diana Barrymore
has quit the mid town hotel sector

for her own apartment on 17th

Street. New love too, Very young
newspaperman .. i The Versailles'

revusical is full oi talented people

Ticket brokers say "business

is murder." Only 3 shows in big
demand . $ The Big Event tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night: Jimmy Durante back
at the Copa plus beautiful oriole
Jana Mason . What the gaz gazettes
ettes gazettes neglected to' mention about

Gloria DeHaven s marriage plan

wreck was that she gave us her

religious faith for his. Episcopal

ian . The Jack (Dragnet) Webbs

(Dorothy Towne) have told it to

their barristers. He will not give
up an arm and a leg this time.

His last wife's settlement was

$500,000 jV. Rose Mary Scott of

143 W. 47tn St. was (ound oeid on
Mabel Mercer's Chatham, N.Y.,

lawn. May be a Whodunit.

Benefit Show For
Colon Fire Dent.

To Be Held June i

A musical extravaganza and mo

vie show will be presented
Wednesday, June 6, at the Caribe
Theater to raise funds for the Co

lon Fire Department. The program
will be dedicated to Fire Chiefs
Luis Cucruet and Julio A. Salas
and their respective wives. ..
The ."Comite Civico Pro-Cuer-po
de Bomberos de Colon" head headed
ed headed by Norman C. Brown, is spon sponsoring
soring sponsoring the' program which will fea feature
ture feature the Bombero and Rainbow Ci City
ty City Community bands directed by
Gilberto Perez and Reginald T.

Prescott,, and prominent Atlantic!

side concert artists.
Tickets' priced at $1 for reserv reserved
ed reserved seats and 60 cents general ad admission,
mission, admission, are at presently being
sold by commute members and
firemen.

Inferior Painting

Contracts Go To 3

Contracts totalling $6,638 for the
interior painting of 22 apartments
and. seven houses located in Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone communities on both
sides of the Isthmus, were award awarded
ed awarded during the week by the Pana

ma Canal Company to Anthony!
Leggiere, Servicio Brouwer, and1
Daniel Rojas.' ' i
Mr, Leggiere made a low bid of
$1,570 for the interior painting of
seven apartments and three hous.

res located l& GauiDoa and Diablo

Heights. ,. t,

rThe Brouwer company entered
a low offer of $1,768 for the paint-1
lag of eight apartments and two
houses in Ancon and Balboa Mr.
Rojas was low with $1,800 for the
interior painting of eight,- apart apartments
ments apartments and one house in Gatun and
Margarita. He was also low with
a bid of $1,50C for the interior
painting of House No. 215, a 16 16-room
room 16-room bachelor quarters in Gatun.

Apartments included on the
paint schedule are: No., 5512-B in
Diablo Heights; Nos. 102-J, 132-A,
165-B, 0251-D, 0271-D and 0273-D in
Gamboa; Nps. 103-A,. 122-B, 125-B,
196-B, 243-B in Gatun; Nos. 8123
B, 8180-B, 8238-B, in Margarita;
Nos. 0206.A, 581-B in Ancon; 1527 1527-A,
A, 1527-A, 1527-A, 1529-B, 1551-A, 1555-Dd
and 3264A in Balboa
Houses to be painted are Not

136, 139, 157 in Gamboa; No. 8518
in Margarita Nos, 765 and 3222

in Balboa.

TODAY RELEASE

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AGNES M00REHEA0 CONRAD NAfia VIRGINIA GREY' GLORIA' TAL80TT

Richard the Lionheart seized
Cyprus during the Third Crusade
to save his fiancee, Berengaria,
from capture. Later wed to Rich Richard,
ard, Richard, she became "Queen, of
England.

TODAY
SATURDAY!

AT11;00P.M.UTES;HOW!
"VOMAII III QUESTION"

3

JANE CHARLTON
WYMAN -HEST0N;

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CiAlRE'TrlELMA
TREVOR RITTER

WUUaM H Plttt M WILLIAM C THOMJkS
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Tuesday Release
CENTRAL

7i

Jane Vyman And Charlton Heslon
Teamed in Lusty Boomlown Drama
"LUCY GALLANT"

ft

America's Boldest

Adventure.

the Lewis and Clark

Expedition v v ;
and the story of the

Indian girl who found.

the path lor the great

trail-blazers...

' : fWO ."' CHARLTON
MacMURRAY-HESTON
" DONNA lAMARA
v REED HALEh

II0MIB

WILLIAM OfMAREST -ALAN REED
EDUAR00 NORIEGA
WUMM UPWEimWIUMMC. THOMAS
nMtr RUDOLPH MATE Mw
M m h WINSTON MILLER
, EDMUND H, NORTH

From tht novel
"Skwm of ttw Shmlwm"

ft, MM SCUM EfllfMM
PARAMOUNT PICTURE

BALBOA
Air-Conditioned 1
2.00 i 5 C 6.rid ii.ii
..'.-..., ,tt : '';i v: ,lv.
Also Showing

Sunday A Mondayl : i ; Kit'

DIABLO HTS. 6:15 & 8:20
tr-- -- ---
Doris Dav
Robbert Cummlngs -"LUCKY
ME"
Sunday M
"THE ETERNAL SEA"

GAMBOA 8:15 r
John Ericson
Marl Blanchard

'The Return of Jack Slade'

Sunday
'THE SCARLET COAT"

GATUN 7:00
Peter Graves
Joan Vohs
RTYUMA''
Sundav--
"HONDO".

if'. a. .-"; :: ..n,wi i mi mil n mill

Turning down Charlton .Heslon's offer of marriage, .Jane
Wyman outlines ber plan for building the biggest store in
Texas in this scene from "Lucy Gallant," due Tuesday 22 22-at
at 22-at the Central Theatre.) Paramount's lusty and spectacular
Vista Vision and Technicolor drama of a woman driven by
the need for success co-stars Claire Trevor and Thelma
Hitter,
j,..?,,v'v(."v-.v": '-A'. w.W;-';-. -:. .y'.'-V, -'.V.' ;'.'',' :W.
"Lucy Gallant," the explosive story of a woman obses-r
sed with the need for success and power, will open Tuesday
22nd at the Central Theatre. Set In present-day Texas, the
Cinderella land where fortunes In oil are made overnight,
Paramount's lusty drama stars Jane Wyman, Charlton Hes Hes-ton,
ton, Hes-ton, co-stars Claire Trevor and Thelma Ritter and features
William Demarest, Wallace Ford and Tom Helmore one
of the strongest, most appealing casts ever assembled.
Filmed in Vista Vision and color by Technicolor, "Lucy
Gallant" is the tale of two fiery personalities: of a woman
who gambled with love, who thought Bhe was building an
empire of furs and fashions alone but found she owed every everything
thing everything to the man whose love she spurned, and of the man
whose love, forced to take second place to her passion for
success, drove him to outdo her by reaching the heights in
the oil business. 1 Advt.

MARGARITA 6: IS ft 8:25
Janet Leigh'
Jack Lemmon
Betty Garrett V
"MY SISTE REILEEN"
Sundav f.
"LUCKY ME" ....

CRISTOBAL 6:15 ft 8:30
Humphrey' Bogart
Aldo Ray
Peter Ustinov
Joan Bennett
"WE'RE NO ANGELS"
Also showint
Sunday ft Monday!

PARAISO
"Lost Holiday"
''Lawless Code"

SANTA CRUZ 6:15 ft 8:55
"The Silver Chalice"

CAMP BIERD
"Dangerous Yearsr
'Sirts of Jezebel"

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TKZ PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT BAILT NTrTSPATTX
SATURDAY, MAT IS, 1951
ntifl

.Redleg Sluggers; Co

Cincinnati Chases Erskine
For Second Straiglit; -:Time

Leaders
In The Majors
, ." -. V N v
, LEADING BATTERS
(Based SI official at bats)
J NATIONAL LEAGUE

Flayer and Club g ab r h pet
Boyer, St. Louis 26 101 23 41 .406
Repulskl, St. L. 22 72 17 29 .403

iBailey, Cincl. 20 60 10 24 .400

Long, Pitts. 26 98 18 38 .388

96 21 36 .375

By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, May 19 (UP) Those slugging
"Cincinnati Redlegs had the Brooklyn Dodgers con con-Winced
Winced con-Winced today they "just ain't got no respect" f x
world champions or a double no-hit pitcher.

tn th. Ttrocess. Birdie Teb-ra drove In three runs and had Moon, St Louis 26

v.;r..ndow breakers- also lour hits each and Micxey s iwu

are proving they can beat the homers put Wm 13 (famwaneaa
.t theh- own Bame-by of Babe Ruth's.record 1927 pace.

l r:. mcs hittiM .409. -" 1

tvi. TAeB n roved all three

nint. last nieht when Ray Ja

blonski's second homer or tne
m. rave them a 7-6, 10-innlng

victory over the Dodgers. It was

the third time in as
meetings this season that the

Redlegs beat the World. cnam cnam-nions
nions cnam-nions and the game marked the
Second time that Carl (Double
No-Hit) Erskine failed to go the
distance against them.
In the three games, the Red Red-legs
legs Red-legs have slugged no less than
eight homers while the pow powerful
erful powerful Dodgers nave W.
ne round-tripper.
Sfclne, making his first
since he pitched the sec second
ond second no-httter of his career last
Saturday; was routed, la 2 1-3 ln ln-fdnm
fdnm ln-fdnm as the Redlegs built up

-ott, .i Toad. Th Dodeers

Z.a in the. ninth on; Billy Hoeft went the route,

n tinrts-s two-run single but, yielding seven hits, for his third

Fete Runnels' t'fth hit of
the game, an llth-inning sin single,
gle, single, drove in the winning run
for the Senators, who tied
the cre against Don Mossi
in the ninth and then beat
Ray Narleskl in the decisive
frame.
Jackie Jensen's two-run triple

sparked the Boston Red Sox to

a 5-4 victory and dropped the

Kansas City Athletics into tne

AX. cellar. Frank Sullivan, with
helD from Tod Hurd In the

ninth, won his third game and
first in two, weeks.

The Detroit Tigers rallied for

three runs in the ninth, with
the last tally crossing' on Gus
triandos' throwing error; to

beat the Baltimore Orioles, 3-2

(BLblonskr tagged Ed rocduck
for his eighth homer of the year
and third against the Dodgers

to win it In the 10th.
Brooks Lawrence, who had a

S-8 record with the St Louis

cardinals last season, received

credit for his fifth triumph
without a loss although he

tiMid heln from Hershel Free

man. who struck out the last

.two Dodgers in the 10th. Wally
Post also homered for the Red Red-legs,
legs, Red-legs, taking over the National
Seague lead with a total of 10.
rooklyn .had won six straight
games.
The Philadelphia Phillies re received
ceived received a tremendous lift when
Curt Simmons hurled his best
game since July 6, 1954 in beat

ing the St. Louis Cardinals, 4-2,

and tne cnicago cuds snaaea

the. Pittsburgh pirates, 3-2,

other .N.L. games.
Simmons, asdre arm case this
spring, spun a three-hitter to
core his first triumph of the

year lor tne pnunes. curt, wno
Celebrated his 27th birthday to

day, struck out three as he

turned In his first complete
came since last July 20 and his
lowest-hit came since mid-1954.

fitan Lopata's three-run homer
In the seventh provided him

with the winning margin.
'Turk Lows halted a Pitts.

burgh threat in the seventh
inning and scored the winning
j run for the Cubs in the
.'eighth on a single by Gene
j Baker. The loss dropped the
Pirates back to the .500-mark
Jwith a 12-12 season's record.
In the American League, the
New York Yankees opened a 2
came first-place lead When they
teat the Chicago White Sox, 8-7,
in 10 Innings and the Washing Washington
ton Washington Senators downed the second
place Cleveland Indians, 5-4, In
11 frames.
Andy Carey drove in the win winning
ning winning run for the Yankees with

a single after Mickey Mantle
belted his 14th and 15th hom homers
ers homers of the year and Tori nerm

Wasted No. 12. Mantle and Ber-

victory.

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Mantle, N. Y, 20 110 33 45 .409
Maxwell, Det 21 67 16 25 .373
Boyd. BaltL 25 58 9 21 .362

Berra. N Y. 29 112 21 40 .357

Snyder, Wash. I 86 10 30 .349

HOME RUNS
Mantle, Yankees 15.
Berra, Yankees ......... 12
Post Redlegs ........... 10
Boyer, cardinals ......... 9
Jablonskl, Redlegs , .... 8
-Thomas, Pirates 8
Banks, Cubs ........
Gernert, Red Sox 8
RUNS BATTED IN
Berra, Yankees ........ 33
Mantle, Yankees ........ 32
Boyer, Cardinals ....... 27
Jablonskl, Redlegs 24
Lemon, Senators 21

YESTERDAY'S STAR Mick Mickey
ey Mickey Mantle of the Yankees, who
hit his 14th and 15th homers
of the year, to go 13 games a a-head
head a-head of Babe Ruth's record
1927 pace.

Skating Champion
Hayes Allen Jenkins
Turns Professional

NEW YORK, May 19-(UP)
The 1956 Olympic figure skat skating
ing skating champion Hayes Allen
Jenkins has turned pro.
Jenkins signed a contract to

."'appear with the "Holiday On

Chalfen.
The contract calls for Jenkins
to appear in two Ice show3 in
America and three In Europe
before he enters Harvard Law
School next fall.

'" RUNS
Mantle, Yankees .......
Yost, Senators .........
Boyer, Cardinals
Lopez, Athletics ...... v,.

Berra, Yankees

Moon, Cardinals

33
23-
23
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Mantle, Yankees 45
Boyer, Cardinals 41
Berra, Yankees ......... 40
Long,. Pirates .'. 38
Moon, Cardinals .......r, 36
Kuenn, Tigers 36
Goodman, Red Sox ..... 36

PITCHING
(Based on 5 Decisions)
W L

Ford, Yankees 6
Lawrence, Redlegs . 5
Sullivan, Red Sox .. 3

Larsen, Yankees ..... 3

Freeman, Redlegs ...t 3

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HOME RUN FOR : WDLLEE New York Ciant centerfielder
WUUe Mays Is greeted by the bat boy and Daryl Spencer left)
as he crosses home plate after hitting a home run in the
third Inning of the Giant-Chicago Cubs game in New York,
The umpire is Jocko Conlaa New York won, 6-4.

Elated; Sugar Ray Would Like
To Make Next Defense Against
Carmen Basilio In New York

By JACK CUDDY

f Jenkins Is-a phi Beta Kappa j

student scheduled to graduate
from Colorado College next
month Tn th 1nt fmm vaarc

1 h Haw ,IV J V
despite the heavy grind of top top-mark
mark top-mark school work, he has won

every major national and inter international
national international figure skating title.
The champ says he accepted a
contract from Chalfen because
as he says fit permits me to
skate v professionally &t times
when t art free" before entering
school. V -"
'Ronnie Robertson runner-up
to Jenkins In the 1956 Olympics

and world championships at
ready had turned pro.

Jackson predicts that his 19-

year-old brother Dave, Jenkins

Is the candidate most likely to
become the new champ. Dave
finished third to Hayes Allen

and Robertson at the Olympics.

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Montreal Climaxes
Drive By Taking -First
Place In IL

NEW YORK, May 19 (UP)

The Montreal Royals climaxed

an uphill battle that began aft

er the first day of the International-League
season to take

over first place today, a full

game In iront of the Rochester

Red Wings. vv"'

Down 4-2 in the seventh in

ning, the Royals rallied for four
runs including two on v Rocky

Nelson's seventh homer, to take

tne lead. The Royals scored a a-galn
galn a-galn in the eighth to wrap It
up,' 7-6.' Nelson Is : the loop's

leading home run hitter,

Tne Bunaio Bisons : broke a
four-all tie In the 13th inning
to defeat the Toronto Maple
Leafs, 5-4, the Havana Sugar

Kings broke loose for four runs

in the sixth to defeat the Co-

Llumbus Jets, 6-2, and the Miami

Marlins scored three times in
the second inning and then
held on to edge the Richmond

Virginians, 3-1, in other games.

Seventh AII-Vomanr$

International Air
Race In Final Lap

MARATHON,. Fla., May 19

(UP) The seventh annual

All-Woman's International Air

Race enters Its last lap today

when 22 planes take off for Va
radero Beach, Cuba..

Coast Guard cutters will pa patrol
trol patrol the waters from this small
Island- In the Florida Keys to
the Cuban mainland while the

women fliers soar overhead. The

Weather Bureau forecast partly

cloudy weather and showers a
lonr the race route.

There was no Indication as to
the leaders in the 1300 mile

race from Hamilton, Ont.,' win

ners will be decided on a basis

of time laps with handicaps for

size and type of planes.

The woman pilots are compe

ting for $2,000 in prizes and sev

eral trophiev including one to
be presented by Cuban President

Fulsencio Batista.; ;

i The pilots were feted here

yesterday with a beach party.

But fliers from two of the

planes missed out on the festiv

ities after stopping last night at

other points In South Florida.

Alice Seaborn and Bobbie

LOS ANGELES, May 19 (UP)
Champion Sugar. Ray, Robin Robinson,
son, Robinson, elated at his "no,, fluke fluke-knockout
knockout fluke-knockout over Carl (Bobo) Ol

son in their return middle middleweight
weight middleweight title fight, said .today; 1

would like to maxe my next uc uc-fense
fense uc-fense against' Carmen. Basilio in

New York."
The 35-year-old Ray, -who a'

gain "flattened ex-champ Olson

last night at Wrigiey Fieia, ex explained,
plained, explained, "Chairman Julius Hel-

fand of the New York Boxing
Commission asked me to make
the' New York defense, and I
would like to tlo lt. Basilio of
Syracuse, N.Y7 is an ex-welter-welght'.champJ'"'-7.
' : 'i
Ray added, "Maybe I'd really

my legs are gone against easi-

He said he didn't get that
chance ast night because his.
right to the body and terrific'
left hook to the chin knocked
out San' Francisco's Bobo so
qo ckly at 2:51 of 1 the toxuitt
round.',."'-'" ;

Coincldentally, the (lock hands

stood at 2:51 of the second

round at Chicago last Dec. 9,
when Robinson climaxed his

comeback campaign by recap recapturing
turing recapturing the middleweight crown
for the second time on a kayo
over Bobo. ; --:
That December ending came
so quickly and, unexpectedly
that many boxing men 'consid 'considered
ered 'considered it "fluke." Accordingly,
Ray and Bobo' went Into the

ring at "even money" fop vthelr

scheduled 15-rounder yesterday.
There was so much uncertain
ii i i j i iii'. i-

ty about the outcome that an

estimated 20,000 fans paid an

estimated $200,000- gate. That

bettered the former California

record of $198,720,. established by

Rocky Marclano and Don Cock-

ell in their, heavyweight title

light at San Francisco last May

The state's richest fight yester yesterday
day yesterday was additionally, glided by

$100,000 from radio and televi

sion. A t
Champion' and challenger
were guaranteed $75,90f each
by the Hollywood : 1 American
Legion Stadium which promo promoted
ted promoted the boat. Each had the
. privilege of taking 30 per cent
of the net reee'pts if they ex exceeded
ceeded exceeded the, $75,000' guarantee.

xne estimates ; indicated that-

GUN CLUB
NOTES

TRAPSHOOTING NOTES
- With the- Canal Zone Trap-

shooting i Association's "State

Shoot" only a week away, trap-

shooters In Panama and the

Zone will be interested In know-

NEW YORK. May 19-(UP)

The United Press has learned

that more baseball trades are

In the' works." .. !v

United Press baseball writer

Milton Rlchman says the White
Sox have wrapped up "an at attractive,
tractive, attractive, package".' for pitcher
Art Ditmar of the A's. Kansas

City turned down a previous of

fer for Ditmar-when the White

Sox offered second-line players.

, General manager Frank Lan

dt the cardinals says he'll swing

more trades "if the club doesnt

come up to expectations soon.'

Cardinal fans already have

blasted Lane .for three trades!

during, the past week. The Iat

est came Wednesday, -when he
sent 1955 rookie of the year Bill

Vlrdon to Pittsburgh. Virdon had
to stay out' of the Pirate lineup

last night because of a leg rash.

In other baseball news, all

tickets have been sold for the

July 23rd Hall of Fame game

between the Giants and Tigers

at ; Cooperstown, New York.

Pitcher Sal Maglie's father-Jo-,

seph Maglie died yesterday

morning-, at the. age of 72... The
Red Sox team physician says
southpaw Mel Parnell will- be
sidelined "at least one month''

with a badly sprained ankle...

Milwaukee pitcher Gene Conley
says his sore arm now feels

- 1.

practice last night . Milwau

kee outfielder Hank Aaron says

he thinks he can win the bat

ting title by hitting' .340 or .345

.Philadelphia southpaw curt

Simmons' bothered by arm

trouble, for, two years says the

arm "is stronger now."

30 per cent would be abput
i$7I,000j- -Vv. if

Both Ray -and Bobo need their

purses badly., Robinson ;'bwes
the government $51,904 in, back

taxes, and Olson's wle an-

nounced : yesterday a Separate

maintenance suit that will tie
up and perhaps absorb All of his
assets. Neither can afford to re-

tlreJlobinson, with his glory,

ana, Bobo, wlth .hls suspected

"glass Jaw" after, two K.O.' by
Robinson, and one "Ay t ;light ;light-heavyweight
heavyweight ;light-heavyweight S champion Archie

Moore in less than a year.'

Bobo, before flying to'iome
undisclosed hideout today; said
"Robinson must be my jinjt. 'We
fought four times, and he teat
me four times." Three of these

defeats- were' by knockouts.

Last night Olson, scaling I6o
pounds' to Robinson's 159, was
just beginning to come on. well
1 the fourth round wheri -the
cloudless sky feB In on, aim.' y
. Aggressive Bobo iised pre.5slng
and tielng -up tactics-in -the
first and second rounds against

tne dancing, Jabbing vchampion.

But Robinson was. favored' In
those two sessions 'by all Ihree
ring officials: referee Mushy
Callahan, Judge tommy Hart
and Judge Frarikle Van., In the
third round It appeared to the
United Press, and, to judge Hart
that Bobo had an eyen break
because of body and head blows
he landed In exchanges.' j

In the lourth session,. Calla-

Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

in r

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Teams W t

Milwaukee '-,12 v 6
St. Louis . 45 10

Brooklyn

Cincinnati
Pittsburgh
New York s

Philadelphia
Chicago.-,

.14 10

!.14 11
.12 12
41 14
, S 16
. 7 15

Pet GB
.667
.615
.583 1

60 1

.500 3

.440 4

.333 7.
J18 7

ing there will be a final prac

tice shoot at the Gamboa Golf han warned Bobo. for the second
and Country Club trap range.time in the bout because he ln-

this Sunday starting at 9:30 a.m.

Everyone Interested in trap trap-shooting
shooting trap-shooting is' Invited to take- part
in Sunday's shoot as well as the
"State Shoot" the f following
week end. "--,:.-.:.

sisted on keeping the top of his

nead in Robinson's face.-Bobo
landed a hud left hook to the
head with a right to the temple
that knocked the champion side side-ways.
ways. side-ways. He followed with avright

The "State Shoot" being held ; and a left to the body a an

at Gamboa next Saturday and exchange started.

Sunday, May 26 and 57. will be

open to all persons who have

resided In Panama or the Ca

nal Zone during the past six
months.

The CZTA wishes to extend a

special invitation to those Pan Panama
ama Panama shotgun shooters to become

King of Houston, Tex., landed regular shooting partners on the
.A --1 1 n. 1.1, & J x

hi, unaiiuu, t in., wiiue unarnnie,(,rap ana sseet ranges Ol uic

Kenv ana Ann Baaaour or Ar Arlington,
lington, Arlington, Va., touched down for

Canal Zone.

Several Latin American couif-

the evening at Vero Beach. Fla. tries are developing good teams
However, both planes were ex-and It is hoped to hold inter inter-oected
oected inter-oected to arrive at Marathon, a country shoots In the near fu-

mandatory stopping point,, early, ture. The CZTA wants represen represen-today
today represen-today to participate In the final tatlon from Panama in these

90-mile flight to Cifba, ftnter-country shoots.

Then wham! Robinson shot

'a straight right t Bobus
body, and boom! a left Book
to the head that dropped Bo
be on his back on the canvas.
He rolled over and tried to get
up, but was only half-sittftig
when counted out.
'. "It happened so fast, I dont
remember anything about the
knockout,' Olson expla 1 n e d
glumly after the fourth: knock knockout
out knockout and ninth defeat in his ca career
reer career of 75 fights. It was Robin Robinson's
son's Robinson's 137th victory- and 90th
knockout In his remarkable rec record
ord record that Includes but four de defeats
feats defeats In 145 bouts. ' i

BUS Chcorlszding
fed Announced

Al Avsrds Assembly

'For the past month one hun

dred girls took an active part in

the cheerleading practices. The
candidates,' which included 8th,

9th, 10th, and 41th grade gins,
were required to have a "C",
erage- and .attend .' 2-3 1 of the
practice sessions in order to be
eligible for the try-outs held

Mav IS. ,'- :-. 'I, .-' x ; :h

Each' member of the 1955-56

squad .was assigned a group of
candidates and they in turn
taught the- girl the various

cheers and cheerleading tech

niques. Since1 there was such a
large number of girls taking

part, It was necessary to cut tne
group. U The W cheerleaders and
sponsor voted on those girls that

would be in the nnaia,
The remaining candidates

were theft given aa opportunity
to cheer for the Jr. Varsity bas basketball
ketball basketball games and gain valuable

experience roeiore me imais.
Then on May 15, a selection
committee made up of students
and faculty voted on the candl-
dates-'-f-r5 r7
J, Those servlne or the cbmmlt cbmmlt-tee.
tee. cbmmlt-tee. were as follows: Pres. Jot

Student ; Association- Dick

Angstadt; ; Pres. oflG AA-EV
ane Hamiiganf Pres: of Drama Dramatic
tic Dramatic Club Beverly Boyett; Pres.
of Band Joe Galloway; Capt.

of the 'cheerleaders Margie

Ely; Dean of -Girls Miss Weir;
Dir. of Balboa Gym John Pet Pet-tlnglll;
tlnglll; Pet-tlnglll; "tootbalt coach Ross An Anderson
derson Anderson and sponsor Miss Peter.

t A, baDot containing the ,'lol ,'lol-lowlng
lowlng ,'lol-lowlng Htims was used: body

control. coordmatiorJv ,5 jurnp,
motions; ability, rhythm, poise,
voice,, appearance", crowd appeal,
and attitude was used. The girls
were dlvlded into groups of four.

each introducing one cheer, and

penorming with tne group tn
all the seven required cheers.-

After- the balloU had oen
counted,-the eight '. girls., that
had been chosen were.! as fol follows:
lows: follows: Sharon, DeVore,. Jackie

Dunn:' Judy "Hot?. Linda Ja

cobs. Julia May, Geri McGrlff,
Gladys- Miller and Lynn '.. Ray Raymond.';
mond.'; Raymond.'; The announcement -was
made at the Awards Day Assem

bly held May 16.
-The success of the training

program was due the hard
work of this year's squad. Six of

the eight cheerleaders are Sen Seniors,
iors, Seniors, and will be greatly missed

next year. Only GerT McGritt

and Xlnda Jacobs win be back

while Margie Ely.-Beverly Boy Boy-ett,
ett, Boy-ett, Ginny DlBella, Pat Hattler,

Shirley Ransom and Ginger

Mann are an graduating.

, TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Pittsburgh f v
Cincinnati at Brooklyn
St. Louis at Philadelphia
Milwaukee at. New York
YESTERDAY'S RESTTT.TS

(N1eht Oamai

ClnclnnaU 023 010 000 17 12 2
Brooklyn 300 010 002 08 13 0

Lawrence. "(5-0) Freeman and

Bailey. -r

Erskine. Bessent. Koufax I.a

i bine, Roebuck (0-1) and Cam-

paneiia. ,'

(Nicrht Game) v

1st Louis 000 010 100-2 3 '0

Philadelphia 000 000 31x 4 5

Schmidt (2-1). Jackson. SurJ

xont and Sarnl.

Simmons (1-2) and Lopata

(Nieht Game)

I Chicago ; 000 200 0103 8 2

Pittsburgh 000 002 0002 7 -1

r
, Mlnner..Lown (1-1) and Lan.

arith. v

Law. King, Face (2-1) and

&ravrc2.

Milwaukee at New-York
.(Postponed rain) v

Amcrictn Lc:j:3

Teams.

New York k

Cleveland -4
Boston

Chicago T
Baltimore

Washington

Detroit . 4
Kansas City'

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45 11
tU 11
42 10
44 15
42 15
10 16
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60 3
545 34
.483 5
.444 6

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.346 8ft

TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Chicago
r Washington at Cleveland
Boston at Kansas 'City
Baltimore at Detroit v
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

Baltimore 020 000 0002 7 S

Detroit 000 000 0033 7 I
Ferrarese (1-2), Zuverlnk and
Smith.. ;
Hoeft (3-1) and Wilson. ,.
(Night Game)
Boston 400 000 1005 8 S
Kansas City 003 000 0014 8 0
Sullivan (3-0), Hurd and
White.
, Ditmar (3-3) and Ginsberg.

(Nigm uamei -v- ...
New York 102 020 101 18 15 S
Chicago 010 002 220 0-7 11 0

Coleman, Grim, Larsen, Byrne,
Sturdivant (1-1) and Berra. t
Pierce, FonHeles, ConsUegra,
HoweU (2-3) and Lollar,
(Night Game)
Wash. 002 001 001 015 13 1
Cleveland 101 000 200 00-4' 12 3

art (2-0) and Courtney. ; v, :
. Wynn, Mossi, Narleskl (6-2)
and Hegan, Naragon.'v : : ,i .H

forfa Encanta 35 J
J Richard Klley In
.HENIX COT STORY",
, Richard Conte, in
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pears to have lost his hind legs taking triple-bar obstacle in
the Children's Open Jumping 'event ot the Koyal Windsor 1
Horse Show at the Home Park of Windsor Castle in England.

Today IDEAL J20 .IC.

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MCB nix

SATURDAY, MAY 1J, 1938
Elliott Tip Gave Orioles Phenom Bon Ferra rase

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RALPH NARDELLA OP WMGM WRITES: "Putting one lit lit-tie
tie lit-tie word after another and when are the Knuckle Heads (literal
"translation: sports writers) who were comparing Mays ana
Snider a year ago, going' to discover Mickey Mantle is playing
center field for the Yanks.:. tovering more ground thana
frantic hit-and-run driver and bitting a million, or there
abouts?" Comment: The knuck. er, ah, er. wejports
writers have been aware of Mr. Mantle's pptenUaUties tor sey sey-eral
eral sey-eral years; they have simply been waiting, for him to put them
jo work. ..
t the basis of early returns, you'd have to say the In In-aaansgot
aaansgot In-aaansgot the better of the klng-se, -n deal with the
White Sox. Last time we looked Jim Busby wa4 hitting tajr
... 7 i. ui. klt... than I arrr DahT. Addition

37. 1ZZSSk. STfr traae any point.

a- far as the White Sox are concerned, Dooy mus nn oow ir
5'steSce and average. As a atand-ln, Dick Gernert Is hitting
close to J339 for the Red Sox, and since he's
and a better fielder (though a displaced first tansi) than
Ted Williams, now ready to return, manager Mike Biggins faces
quite a problem. . especially as Williams manages himself.

DURDJG THE RECENT GOVERNMEOT action against the

IRC on a monopoly charge, a oeiea u iw"" i.r ,,
Suis 'whTwas mortaUv afraid of losing his championship,"
XiOUis, wno wa To,v. .lir, Wm tloo.ooo tax free

Sr th T label as a prerequisite to signing for a proposed
match We been trying to run that one down. Vp to now
, beste-ve been able to do is this memo from a

imciate' Joe says ne coumu i-ime v.o ... ... ---
OSmber of 1948; when thia demand was supposed to have been
made as he was on an exhibition tour in the Midwest and
maae, as n? """ r. ",.., Ki,,v w, w. In Chicaeo

Noruieas.-nta...u "v.-,i";r Mi

Dec

Dec

NEW YORK (NEA) A tip

from Bob Elliot and Paul Rich Rich-rrii
rrii Rich-rrii iwitrh from Chicaso to Balti

more gave the Orioles Don Hugh

Ferrarese, wno scnooiea ooservers
predict will continue handcuffing
American League batters.
Elliott, who murdered southpaw
nitrhtnff in the National Leasue

for 13 years, faced Don Ferrarese
in the Pacific Coast League. To Toward
ward Toward the end of the 1954 season,

h tnM Richards, then managing

the wblte Sox, mat mis was one
wftJianfor mhn tot rieht-hand hit

ters out That's why the South
Siders naid Oakland $30,000 .for

Ferrareae'a contract.

. RiMiarria remembered Elliott's

tip, and his second package deal

in Baltimore tne ursi save me

Yankees Bob Turley and : D o n

ineiba-wis with the White Sox

and included the unknown little

nnrtairier. Ferrarese.

Oddly enough, Ferrarese, who
hold the Yankees hittless for eight

innings and dean ine cnampions
their firit xhutout in 96 tames, or

since last July 6; the other after

noon, was plucked out of balm

Mary's College and oil tne uax-

iand ssndiotsoy none ower man

casey aiengei.

FERRARESE -PRONOUNCED
Fer-are-eei struck out 21 In

diana and Vankeea in hia .' first

two outings, losing a heart-break

er to Bob Lemon and ueveisna
while fanning 13. He slammed the
door in the Yankees' faces for two

inninea in a relief assignment

"When I first sawtne kiu m

1948, I hesitated about signing
him heoaiiae'he wan an small.'

recalls Professor Stengel. Ferrar

ese, 26, of Italian parentage, now

stands 5-1, weighs i.

"Oakland farmed mm out ana

w nil' hear 'Ha'a all right, but'

The vouna ien-nanoer a u i u

trouble. He was wua, r expiaip

Manager Stengel. ; ;.-.
In aicrht aeasona in the minors.

with two out for Army service in

Honolulu, during, wmca ne piicn
mA Frraraaa was undistinCUlSh

ed'ssve for two stints. He won IS

for Oakland in 1954, tanning m
but walking 174. Shipped to San
Antonio for the closing five weeks
.M..t miuh he had a 9-0 record.

whiffing 99 wnue waning wiui

an earned-run average ox m..

bbdarbsc ciSDITS' Charley

Dressen and Richards with help helping
ing helping him most. ; .
t atrirtlv a thrower before

Dressen got hold of me in Oak

land," he recollects. ; ne neijwu
t 1 U.!.. ana U m

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Master Your Game...No.26 .,
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Forego Driver Till Ready l-

tor it by playing the shot dowa.

the leu.siae 01 uie lairway.

The average gouer snouia xore
eo the driver until he feels he is

hitting the other woods as well

as he knows now.
Play not only the first hole with
x rwn but the second, third and

perhaps the fourth.

Switch to tne orassie ai juu
gain confidence. '..''
And then to the driver, if you
feel you must.
NEXT: Double check ytur aim
off the tee.

Eight W inner s In Six Years,
All He Needs Is Live Horses

By JACKIE BURKE
Master ef the Matte'
Written for NIA Service

PREPARE the muscles as well

as the mind.

A fiiir.hAiii tAunfi fin rerfnin

ly be preceded by 10 or IS minutes
on the practice tee. By simply hit hitting
ting hitting a dozen balls you eliminate

three or four bad holes.

If you won't hit practice shots,
twins inmethinff heaw before

driving off. I use and advocate a
22-ounce warm-up club.

inis can easuy ue laaiuuncu uui
of an old driver and some sdded
lead. Available at most pro shops
ape the new head covers which

have extra lead in that of the
driver.

On the first tee. thou eh the

hole be a par 5, threre is no ne

cessity for teeing off with a driver
simply because the caddy hands

it tA vnii

Many top the ball or slice 'Off

the first tee because tney naven i
taken the time to loosen their

mucnlofl V

The simplest way to eliminate

topping the first drive is to nu
it iHh fhe annnn. '.".'.

If you sre prone to slice, allow

NEW YORK (NEA) "All

as

shortened my "stride.

'Ricnaros oaianceo my (jutimin

iecTio, Philly Dec. llt Patersoniv J- Pc Lewlstoa' MV
v f-Vi,. n ..t . r-' i.'--id-.; fv Milwaukee jAurnal:

"It ieaUy did happen. .The TV set conked iwt Pt the day
was saved by your pre-race chart of theJDerby. "".J0'
coroplete"(sic!) and clairvoyant reporting." .Comment: Ne trick
atr alt We spend the summer on the Jersey jhore teUIng
fortuTes, Interpreting the Wars
n.- n.imnnt ms in from laa Vegas last, week. Originally out

of Memphis, he developed Into a pretty fair fetthertttuj
think he was the first young man Iknew who owned a tuxedo.
Somehow, I felt that that moved
Inescapably he became known as G"ti'an':I,-JZl
don't yon be Uke that, nice Delmont boyt; our mothers would
aJJeaL You never hear him say'alntl; He always; un bnV"
Tand yet there are some people who knock prise fighters and
prlie fightin,.. . ''V
f THE RACING -COLUMNS and the sports world lost one of
Its most competent contributors .and charming P?g L?
the sudden death of George Krehbleld of the Detroi news.
Georae was one of the reasons why It was always so pleasant
WwmVOvt- not belSng to that remarkable set
, whterprofesseVto Tbe able to know whether death came to a
'penonla precisely tor way "he would have wanted It, or that
what was done subsequently in Tils name was exactly the way
he would S 'had V done! . "We are going on witt thaJtowr
Kht folks, because we know that' how 4w;UMbunray
would have wanted it". .yet I must believe that George ex.
Snced one of hta greatest thrills Just before he was stricken.
He had Sicked Fablus to win the Derby, had bet i Win. andg then
in the press box, he was trying :o root him home, and as you
know. Needle? didn't catch the Calumet colt until Just before
the finish.
-Australia's John Undy to making a Joke of 'Jj"4.
mile; he breaks it every time he runs for a bos. Say the HTelv
Hugh Fontaine, World War I ace who trains Ne!.
i- -a- u wveakneaa ami the Belmont, and see

my nini uim v ... - (
. i. i i j ..... inU.eniwii ehamnion. Of cenrs. I

irSF4ttV neal, since It's rather doubtful
that thaankee. o" the GUnts would be Interested la me as
.. M ....... iImh i factor in a nanlt

cuts as the Brooas- can rwiue uc rfc I. ,i i r t in r
a na. .a. it Robinson, the other by Fnrlllo Still, big

' leaguers are supposed to make the hard plays. The routine
. puys. anvbody can make. Any time a pitcher gets a no-hitter
'?oa can be sure he had more thaa a prayer, even U It was
.Preacher Roe.
RESTAURATEUR GENE LEONE IS giving away shares In
rPounditout II. Fortunately, there is no Jaw which compels an
American citizen to accept. -., Joe Black, a Brook discard is
snarkling in relief for the Reds. Has four wtoswltiiout a de-
fiat 7 C V. (Sonny Boy) Whitney's Born Mighty looks as If
he mav be getting ready to win the long one. the Belmont. .
- Paul Richards, of the Baltimore Orioles, asked to comment on
the AL race, said: -It's the kind of race where anything can
, happen." We shall always remember him with gratitude be because
cause because he didn't add, "and no doubtwiU.'
Ford Frick, baseball's big wheel, Is still listening to bids for
a new World Series TV-radio contract, and Informs thto depart department
ment department he doesn't expect to Uke final action until July Base Base-ball
ball Base-ball got a million out of the old one. Will probably settle for
three on the new one. Frick aeems to prefer a five-year con contract
tract contract ..Of particular Interest to the fans, to this stipulation:
Under no circumstances will pay TV of World Series games be
permitted during the life of the contract.

Don't sit and wait
for "Lady l uck"
tio and meet her .
f ru PAfliLMA .ERICAJ,
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stance. I had been--a bad pitcher
with men on base. It .Jtook Rich-

.j- thaa MifRmi nan ait

spring,, but they got my, weight

back on the left foot so i coum
get leverage oft Ihe ball."
.r. .... mtM (ft the 'left.1 M-

plains Richards. 'So we moved
everything six faicbes to the right
..4 tfcat Wll It"-

The Indians and Yankees agree
that Ferrarese, whose big league
speed is faster than it looks, has
,k. k iirv) they've seen thus

far this year. K breaks down and

awayi at tno tasi spui itwu.
Casey Stengel adds, that the young
man it the fastest Ditcher he has

set eyes on tnis season.

Ua'o mii is r in inp HiriKfl? luuc.

..i.i.k u ti.i mem fit mtchinffa

MAiniai Paul Rirhirds. When

VVUV1UUVO a,
pitchers with sweeping curves get

a piece oi ue piw,sujuiu

don't cau struces. -
i r v..-. .... vnii aae enn-

vinces everybody, including the

umpires. -

This is. if you have been around

race tracks, a saying as common
It im In hiv, etr?i for hresk-

fast You hear it in the grandstand

as -a oeuor np.i up a iew more
mutuel tick ett.. You hear- it -from

a trainer who is '. having trouble!

paying the rent. You hear it
from-Jockeys like WirchainskU i

Wirrhalntlri wit aittlnff od a

bench in front of the tack room

at Belmont Park. He was wear wearing
ing wearing a pair of unpressed slacks,
In.f.n a T.ahirt and a rain

jacket. The ground around him

was strewn wun newsyaiieia,
programs and tickets on losing
horses.
It was not, you'd ssy, the set setting
ting setting for a Jockey.-Aren't they
all pint-sized tycoons, guys to
whom money is something you
get in big bundles?
But it wss the correct setting for
VYirchainski.

I'm. one of those Buys nobody

Inua, nnthlnff ahoilt ." he laid.

.( W TI ..W....H0 1

"You think i n aiono arounu
here? Most of the guys in this

business are lice me. iney goi
hia ftr then vou can tan out

they are partners with the finance,

company on a. a ioi oi guyi uuu i
make any money." ...

five each morning, on his way to, back the first time. Then I'm 14
the rice trarlr urner h s.llnna Af(a kf I'm 14. v...

hnrt.c fn. .WuAtnmH y..m ,. ..... ...

That's where my. money comes isn't there.'
jfrom," be siys. "I ride .two As he I
m. t- all J '1 .a

horse

allrri : 'CJJI. 1.....

, : - I "UMi. fUVRIV,

niiunui a wph ini. flivi hh ih. hMM . .r ,u. r lr

- j utn miuvtii v.p VI LJ1C v. V.
.. ,L- 1-: i .... ..... .... ..

mat nmsnes way back. I go on
three horses' in a row when Ja

maica opened. I'm 1 30 lengths

Whit.

ney Stable sitting on his head,

warned toward the, saddling en

closure. i

he 'should.1" Wirchainskl. laid

"He sets the money, too. Me,

I average about $1,000 a year.

Take out expenses and I wind up

waicning my quarters ciose.
"But it'll chanee. All I need, is

anme live hnraes

Everybody else, it seemed, was

Man to Man...Zippo
is the Best Gift of oil!

ure. i saying the same thing at the. race

ne gei me gooo mounts, anacracx

9

i t

in-

this day.

ZIPPO: Manufacturing
Company, Bradford, Pa.

News Of The

1

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It's a "must" tor
effective selling

it

CONTENDER- Winning the
$23,000 St Louis Open, Dow Fin Fin-sterwald
sterwald Fin-sterwald served further notice
thst he is taking desd aim at the
United States Open Golf cham-
Sionship in Rochester, N. Y.,
une 14-16,

.x i

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O A EE I E

kin I I E.E.

wirh.tfMWl kicked home a I

horse by the name of Enriched il

at Jamaica, a pam siw.w.
vii the. first winner Wirchainskl I

had been on since May IS, 1954. r

In six years oi naing, jonn n

been on oniy mounva. jm wvu I
with only eight : v I

Th. Jnrkevi' Ruild estimates 'I

there are 1,500 riders around thell
nation who are lust fettinf by in I

thi. vlamornua rarket.

Horsemen say tney just aon i
hsve ttthat Eddie Arcaro-type
touch : which brings ahorse
home.

The Wirchainskis ssv. "It's the

live horses thst do it for you.",

f'T.lra T.niiphed." WirehainsKl i

says. "I d been on him uiree I
tin,.. h.fn We ffnt heat a mile I

-" .

every time. 1 roae.mm tne same,

just like tney toia me. -iay wun

the pace,' tne trainer aiways sain,
'and get into him at the head of
the stretch.'
tt alwavi itonned r runnina

when I tried to get into him. But

1

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CONTINUES TO PAY

Prizes for May 21st:

Worn Welcome

Hitchhiker On
25-Foot Putt

HAMtT.TOff. O. fNEAl

Oick Cunningham required a par

3 on the 13th hole of the rotter s

fan uou uuo course. 1
' rnnnincham imtteil (ran 9JC feet

The ball broke- downhill halfway
rora the cup, veered back up
toward the hole. Cunningham and

the other members of his four-

inma vathed aa a large worm

vranneH amuiul the hall, roirle it

i within inches of the cup. The
. 3 I -et .1 1. it ...

worm junijnru ou anu uio uau cuu
.luued into the hole.

this time and I was doing the
same thing-he didn't stop. At the
eighth pole he picked up a horse
and I knew we would win. I lot

excited. It doesn't happen often."

Wirchamtkl Is 31 and -! the sole

niMTt ni a widowed mother in

lYonkers, N.Y. Eight winners in

six years does not pui oreaa on
the table, so Wirchainskl is up at

1 1

$500.00 (Accumulated)
180.00 (Accumulated)
40,00

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5 w 'A. VAN SICLEN, Jr., superintendent ol the Atlantic Locks.
tenter, was this week presented a Superior Service Award for
1 his supervision of the Gatun Locks overhaul- this year which
was completed far ahead of schedule. Ths picture was taken
to the Governor's Office at Balboa Heighta as Governor Sey Sey-1
1 Sey-1 bold lead the citation and personally made the award Left
' to. right are Roy C. Stockham, chief of the Locks Division;
John D, Hollen. chief of the executive planning staff who
heads the Incentive Awards Committee; Van Siclen, Capt.
Frank A. Munroe, Jr., Marine Director, and Seybold.
,;7 :
PC Awards Van Siclen High
Service Honor For Lock Work

W. A. Van Siclen, Jr., Superin Superintendent
tendent Superintendent of the Atlantic Branch of
the Locks Division, has been a a-warded
warded a-warded the, Superior Service A A-ward
ward A-ward of the Panama Canal orga organization
nization organization for the work performed
during the 1956 overhaul of Gatun
Locks. .
.The award was personally pre
., .inC awaru was r"
sented this week to Mr. Van Si-
cien py iiovernor juim o.
- l. .A.rfKntuI nlrsA i I
WHO Wrnuy quiHSiaiuiaivw
, n i l A. kid MtT I
LACKS oupennienueiu iui
itandlntf work during the overhaul
wmcn was compicicu nvu
of schedule this year,
2 The Superior Service Award J
me of the two aumorizea umy
last month for superior perform performance"
ance" performance" vmdet the Incentive Awards
program. Canal employes may al also
so also be given the Distinguished Serv Serv-i..
i.. Serv-i.. i,r rtna omnlnve has won
the latter award and seven others
were awarded Superior Service A-
wards late last monm. necorameu.
dations for these awards, made by
an employe's superior officer, are
lubject to review by the Incentive
" Her. treachery
f i stained every
3' 1 stone of the
pH nr
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ClNIMASCOPt WARNIRCOLOIt
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Awards Committee and approval
by the Governor.
Mr Van Sirlpn's citation, cre-
sented by Governor Seybold, said
in part
, "Tho reenrda indirate that vour
planning and execution of the At
lantic Locks overhaul were at sucn
a high deeree of efficiency that
uign uegicc ui cumcm. vua
the completion of the work is now
aJlVISlUIl, ailU UIC maiinc wcviui
II U iL.t ,Uik k.
as ueing weu uuve umi wuku vj
precedent might ordinarily be ex-
pecieu iium it ouciiuicuucui u
your position.
' "Ths snirit nf rnonpration dem
nmlritarl hl all nf thft pmtllnVPS
under your supervision was parti-
Kiiiar v nntstannme. ana conin-
buted considerably to your record
nf narfnrmanpft. On the basis of
vnnr nlannini? teadershio a n d
iwork production; the 1956 Locks
ovemaul was compieiea weu -ho9i
nf tr-hpHnlp with the absence
of serious injury to any employe
and at a considerate saving to
the Panama Canal company."
Four New Names
On CZone Lists
Four new employes Joined the
Canal organization during the first
two weeks in May, according to
information from the Personnel
Bureau. ,
Two of the new employes work
ed for the Canal previously. They
are Mrs, Arline E. Mcllvaine,
nurse, at Goreas Hospital and Mrs.
Shirley A. Musselman, clerk-stenographer
with the Office of the
Comptroller. Mrs. Mcllvaine was
employed in 1950 and from 1953
to 1955 as a staff nurse at Gor.
gas. Mrs. Musselman worked
from 1941 to 1943 as a clerk with
the Personnel Bureau.
The two other emoloyes are
Dr. Carlos G. Llanes, Assistant
Ahief of the Radiology Section at
Gorgas Hospital and Mrs. Anna G.
Kredell, nurse at Coco Solo Hospi Hospital.
tal. Hospital. Gen. Smith Oked
Washington; May w (up)-
The Senate approved unanimously
yesterday the reappointment of re retired
tired retired Gen. Walter Bedell Smith
I for a five-year term on the Nation.
ai Security Training Commission.
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Democritics
Reaction Is

WASHINGTON. May 19 (UP)-,
House Democratic leader John W.
McCormack said today he and oth-
er party leaders will discuss the;
iuajiuuHj 111a 1 uie unexpecieaiy
large puagei surplus inis; year
warrants an income tax cut,
The Massachusetts Democrat
told newsmen that he has "never
foreclosed the possibility of a tax
cut for lower income srouDs
But other key House members,
including some influential mem members
bers members of the tax writing House
Ways and Means Committee,
warned against any tax cut at the
present time. They said any sur sur-plus'should
plus'should sur-plus'should be used to pay off part
of the whopping national debt
SURPLUS ABOVE ESTIMATE
The question of a tax cut was
raised by the forecast of the Trea
sury Department, and Budget Bu Bureau
reau Bureau yesterday that the surplus
at the end of the oresent focal
year will be $1,800,000,000 more
than five times higher than esti
mated by President Eisenhower
in January.
The staff nr.embeis of the Joint
innate-House Committee on tax
ation were even more optimis optimistic.
tic. optimistic. They estimated that the sur
plus will amount to $2,300,000,.
000 this year and $2,2OC,W)0,e
in the fiscal year beginning July
1.
Treasury Secretary George M.
Hiimphrey and Budget Director
i'eici.al F. B uudaue, in revising
British Block
Northwest Coast
Off Cypriot Isle
NICOSIA. Cyprus.- May 19 (UP)
British authorities yesterday
blockaded the northwest coast of
Cyprus to halt smuggling of arms
to pro-Greek extremists.
A formal order barred shipping
from territorial waters in the Pa
phos district, except for vessels
carrying ore from British and A A-merican
merican A-merican copper mines in the re region.
gion. region. Sources said a British destroyer
and four minesweepers have been
stationed at Cyprus to prevent
eun. runners from operating.
On land' officials continued
their efforts to suppress rebel ac activities
tivities activities 5
A court sentenced an 18-year-old
Cypriot to five years in pnson for
carrying explosives in the city of
Limassol. He had pleaded guuty.
Police in Morphou searched for
a band of guerrillas which shot
up a power plant last night No ca-
sulaties were reported.
Costa Rica Signs
A-For-Peace Pacts
WASHINGTON, May 19 (UP)
The United States signed an "at "atoms
oms "atoms for peace" agreement with
Costa Rica yesterday, the 20th na
tion to sign such a pact.
Under the' arrangement, the U-
nited States will provide informa information
tion information on construction and operation
of research reactors. It also will
lease Costa Rica up to 13.2 pounds
of uranium to operate a research
reactor.
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To

Cautious !n

'h budget estima'es, said the sur-
plus "will make a most welcome
reduction in our hue national
debt." Neither mentioned the pos-
siDiiuy 01 a ux reduction
REACTION MIXED
The immediate Congressional
reaction to these reports was
mixeo,. out neavuy weighted on
the side of caution. However. Sen
Robert S. Kerr (D-Okla.) was one
of the law-makers, favoring tax
reduction.; : f? w
"Now that we are to have a
surplus," he said, "We certainly
should provide long overdue tax
relief to the tens of millions of
low income taxpayers.'
But members of the key ways
and means committee were pes
simistic about a tax cut. Rep. Wil
bur Mills (D-Ark.) said flatly that
the surplus is not large enough to
warrant any ux reduction.
"The only way to reduce taxes
is to reduce government expendi expenditures
tures expenditures or if a general business
turn-down should come along and
maK it necessary," mui said
Two GOP committee members
Reps. John W, Brynes (R-Wis.)
and Robert W. Kean (R-H.J.),
greed. .. .
Panama Sludenls
In Orange, Calif.
Claim Color Bias
ORANGE. Calif.. May 19 (UP!
Chapman College authorities
today Investigated two Panama
exchange student's charges ihat
they were ordered to move from
their apartment because they
are colored.'
The students, Mavis Peart, 26,
and Eunice Mason, 20, both of
Panama city, Panama, said yes
terday. the owner of the apart
ment, Dr. E. v, Lewis,, made the
order on the ground that he re
ceived complaints from other
tenants.
The women said Lewis told
them other tenants complained
tney "did not want to live in the
same building with Negroes."
rne giria quoted Lewis as say
lng -It would be better all a
round if you left."
' Other students at the small
denominational college protest protest-ed
ed protest-ed Lewis' action and college of officials,
ficials, officials, said they would Investi Investigate
gate Investigate and "of course go to bat
for the girls,"
It was less than five miles a a-way
way a-way in another section of Orange
Country that Olympic diving
champion Sammy Lee was re-
rused a home because of his Ko Korean
rean Korean ancestry. Lee' however
moved to nearby Anaheim where
residents welcomed the former
Army major and his wife.
fur

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THIS PICTURE might well be entitled A wad of dough and" a bag of money.": It Is the
contribution of the Fifteenth Naval District personnel in the 1950 Canal Zone Cancer Fund
drive. The Navy here held its campaign this year at the same time as the Cancer Fund Fund-drive
drive Fund-drive in the States and made its contributions to the local fund early in the 1956 drive.
A total of $1,242.68 was contributed by Navy personnel which is approximately $400 more
than last year's total.' Left to right in the picture above are: Leonard M. Brockman, execu execu-.tive
.tive execu-.tive chalrmaa.oLlhe, Canal.2one Cancer committee -and chairman of the fund drive: Capt.
William B. Tucker, acting commandant of the 15th Naval District; MrsrBeatrtce' French,-"
campaign treasurer, and Commander J. Sant, 15th Naval District medical officer.

country is safe Abraham Lincoln.

Discuss

WELCOMES INDONESIAN LEADER AND SON President
Eisenhower' (right) greets Indonesian president Sukarno and
his aon, Mohammed Guntur at the White House. The Indo Indonesian
nesian Indonesian leader and son had lunch with the. President at the
start ol their scheduled 18-day visit of the United States.
Indonesia's President Sukarno
Starts Two-week Tour Off US

WASHINGTON. Mav 19 (UP)
President Sukarno of Indo Indonesia
nesia Indonesia today oacxed up h 1 s
trunkful of charm for a cross
country tour of the nation..
The Indonesian chief of .state
planned to leave the capital by
automobile for the first leg of
his two-week trip.
President Elsenhower sakf last
night at a lavish dinner given
in his honor by Sukarno ma
America must hever foreot that
unless we defend the freedom oi
the other fellow,, we are endan
gering our own.'?
Mr.Eisenhower said'ln a toast
to Sukarno: T want to thank
you for what'you have remind reminded
ed reminded us of a keener sense of our
duties which our forelatners
fought and died for."
Sukarno toasted f Mr, Elsen
hower as- "a crusader not for
military means but sv crusader
for an ideal." .'
The dinner at the swank May
flower Hotel was one of the most
glittering of the current Wash
ington season.
Among the top VS. officials
present were Chief Justice Earl
Warren, Secretary of State John

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Foster Dulles, and Adm.. Arthur
w. Radford.
The frist stop In Sukarno's
Itinerary of Revoluuonary War
shrines and giant Industrial
plants was beautiful Shenan
doah national park-In Virginia.
He planned to visit Monticello,
home of Thomas Jefferson, and
Ash Lawn, home of James Mon-
roe. vjv
' Sukarno's impressions of his
tour could go a long way in in
f luencinr future" American rela
tions not. only, with; Indonesia
but with other Asian and Afri African
can African nations recently emerged
from colonial domination.?" "-
Pardners
WASHINGTON, May lfl- (UP)
President Eisenhower disclos
ed last night that he and Indo Indonesian
nesian Indonesian President Sukarno Jhave
one Interest in common they
prefer Western movies with
Randolph Scott to "certain cur
vaceous young ladies." :
!I hope this Is not due to our
age," Mr- Eisenhower, said at a
state dinner given In his honor
by the visiting Indonesian chief.

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f5Sl?H. J JN MOSCOW French Premier Guy Mollet I
lughtJl.ls,f,reeHd oy Sovlet Premler Nikolai Bulganln upon1
his arrival in Moscow.; Mollet flew to Russia for lour days
:Av:vVr-vvV-K of conferences. -

MOSCOW. May 19 (UP)-French
Foreign Minister Christian Pineau
yesterday voiced an emotional ap appeal
peal appeal for a reconciliation of France
and Russia in the interest of world
peace. i-m?.,-?!-
The appeal, came as the visitme
French leaders ended their '"little
summit", talks on cold war issues
with top Soviet officials.
Premier' Guy Mollet headed the
trench delegation. 4
The Soviet Union was represent
ed by Premier Nikolai Bulsanin.
Communist party secretary Nikita
Krushchev. Foreign Minister V. M.
Molotov and other leading govern
ment officials. !, s i : j ; i f
Mollet told reporters that he had
achieved, the goal of his mission
to Moscow. He added that those
who expected spectacular, results
would be disappointed. '
"We know the Soviet, position
and the Soviets know exactly the
French position,"-. Mollet said.
Thus the object of our visit can
be considered attained." i
Pineau expreistd fervent hope
for France Soviet reconciliation
at ceremonies honoring 42 French
aviators whorwere killed or lost
while sorvinf undr tho Soviet
flag in World War II. Ho vnvoilod
a plaque In memory of the
fliers., f
'"The sacrifice of those who fell
in the name of France while serv
ing with the Soviet armed forces
would not be in vain if it today
serves, in peace found again, as
the cause of rapproachment be-
I YpiceDirector
Is Resigning
WASHINGTON. May 19 (UPW
J. R. Poppele is resigning as chief
or the government s- Voice of A-
menca radio oromms.
His resignation as. assistant di director,
rector, director, of the United States Infor Information
mation Information Agency in charge of Voice
boradcasts will be effective July
15, the USIA announced yesterday.
He joined, the government radio
service as director on May 10,
1954.
In a letter of resignation to,
USIA chief Theodore C. Streibert,
Poppele said he would like to re
turn to private life, v

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tween the two peoples whose heroes
died in the same cause," Pineau
said, ''-" i". :
; Pineau traced the history of the
woraandie -.iVieman squadron of
French fliers in his dedicatory ad.
The squadron destroyed 310
enemy planes in 869 battles, he ;
said. And of the 97 French piloU
who passed' throush th.
ranks, 72 won, Soviet medals and
three were named, Heroes of the
Soviet Union, -he noted.
; &pvi Air Marshal Pavel Hig Hig-arev.
arev. Hig-arev. responded to Pineau's speech
and spoke Of thn trA
friendship" -of France and Russia
scaieo wun Dioodsned in defense
against, the common enemy."
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Comedian Jerry Lewis underwent
lesia looay at m. Sinai hospital
to determine if he k infferinff
from a heart condition.1. 5-
Lewis, the zanv nartner nf nin
Martin,- was ; ordered hospitalized
yesterday after he complained of
ir pain in ms cnest. His physician,
Dr. Marvin S. Levy, however, said
the actor's condition was not se serious.
rious. serious. V-;- '.trl'V" :i
; Levy said Lewis would remain
in the hospital several days for
observation and tests. The come
dian had undergone heart tests
several months ago.
Lewis had been filming "Holly,
wood or Bust", at 'Paramount -$tu
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Shooting of the Hal WalUs Pro Production
duction Production was expected to continue
on sequences in which Lewis
doesn't appear until the tests have
been completed.
Friends of the slim comedian
said Levy would determine if
Lewis is suffering from a heart
strain as the result of overwork
or whether he may have some
other type of ailment. The doctor
I was expected to determine if there.
was any deviation -in the results
of the last tests in the coronary
' area Lewis and undergone sev
eral months ago. :
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