The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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]
normalized irregular


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Panama -- Panama


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

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, Arrangements are being made for the fire-gutted
British freighter" Hope Ranjfl to be towed to the United
State, according tff ship's agent, Wilford and McKay." -'
. The 6f1 71 -ton ship Is first being towed to Balboa Pier
14 from the explosive anchorage, and is due to arrive early
-thlsj afternoon, "She will be moored, there until a Lloyd's
.surveyor can complete his Investigation jot the darnage.

It has been estimated, unofficial unofficially,
ly, unofficially, that an engine', overhaul may
0 cost somewhere ,between $75,000
'and $100,000. The engine room,
where the fire broke out early
1 Wednesday .morning and raged 15
hours, has been disabled rt to m
foam used to fight, the fire, it was
. learned. 1 s'
, The heWe ef the ship were ;
, pened, She ship's Sgent confirm-
; ad tpday, and only the cargo in
' the No. J hold has been damag damaged.
ed. damaged. This consisted of 1,200 tons'
of coy beans. The entiro cargo
carried by the 43 fl. long ,ves:
.. sal was ,000 tone.
. -The Wilford and-McKay spokes spokes-,man
,man spokes-,man said today that he had just
contacted the London Salvage Co
in Newcastle the msurance; sec section
tion section of Lloyd's of London). In the
telephone conversation today ne
said he notified them of the fact
' that complete survey v of the
damage to th ship wiU be made,
and they will be given a-report.;

LCNDC i.-P) The Queen'?
. cousin ard im other cool, caui
took a rock 'n' toll party -under;
' round Thursday night and hanaed
ondon's subway a y s t e m. the
- xaniest shock in it history
The party bought tickets,;1 tnd
" rode the entire length of the aub-
wty route circling the city t cen center.
ter. center. The train rolled while a jazz
band crocked, and white coated
. waiters aerved cocktails, v; i
A youhg Cambridge- graduate
iiamed Jonathan Routh threw the
party Routh;, who calls himself
' ''the king of pracUcal Jokers." aid
the wild ride was to find out how
well .the subway officials knew
V their regulations. V x'
"I have spent hours standing on
platforms atudying the bylaws and
I found put I could get away with
" the party," ;Routh aaid. ; ;
' th Tiirtv of 100 Including the

. Jazi-loving Gerald Lascelles, cous-i
in of Queen EUianetn, gauierea i

Charing Cross atauon, presemcu
v their ticketa and boarded a cir circle
cle circle line", train. :
' One eat unlimbered a guitar,
another rolled a beat on a anare
drum. A third ran his fingert over
; the keys of -a miniature piano.
And a -movie starlet took off her
Shoes and did a tight-skirted rock
' and roll beneath the swinging
' subway, straps. ... .-. ;
But the party' was a brief one
'-- .-London subways stop running
i 1 at midnights f. r

Polish Peasants j
Party tomplalns
Opposition RifeVf.
! LONDOK, April U tUPj The
Central Committee of the "thorn
United PeasanU party of Poland
fchs complained that bo!h SUlmist
posing that country'i imiifcdent
vH s Snrlalivm.
i The party was rejuvenated last
ear after the WoodlMS "October
Revolution" in Poland Ifd by Com Communist
munist Communist party bs. Wladyilaw Go Go-SDulka."
SDulka." Go-SDulka." : ' .-.-. .
Meeting In "Winaa, ne r.xm
plenum of the U.P.P. Central Com-j
mittee aaoptea a reviiuiion on
ploring continued opposition to the
new "independem" wmniusust r r-,
, r-, gime..
The : resolution bruadcaai by
Warsaw Radio eldOTirged th par party
ty party for better pol:ries
and for closer rootera'ing wii the
Workers (Communist Tarty).
Smoke-filled Room
Lives Up To Name
CHICAGO, April 13 (UP)
Smoke poured today from the
presidential suit of the Sbereton Sbereton-Blackstone
Blackstone Sbereton-Blackstone Hotel, the famed
'mfke-fiiled room" of many pres presidential
idential presidential conventions.
Firemen icm trri tie fire was
ecua'! is a u,te two Enort below;
ard te mcke bad drifted vp'
throjga rf ccnd.:;c.r.irg cjcU. i

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- $hipWJIlBe Towed 16 States

J Plans for cleaning up the ship
include a crew of men from -: the
Canal's Industrial Bureau who will
start work on Monday,
A Lloyd' surveyor here will
board the vessel for a through e e-xamkiation
xamkiation e-xamkiation then, fia preliminary
estimate Jhas been made as yet.
: men from the Hope Range were
somewhat pacified yesterday when
they were each paid $50 as com compensation
pensation compensation for their personal ef
fects ruined on board the fire-ravaged
' The agent said that according
t British law, each man ia en entitled
titled entitled to $100 te cover restitution
of personal belonging. He aaid
the Coroial Quarantine Station
held half of this amount, and was
holding the rest until a later
date.-. .. p: I ,
Tefi of the crew members board boarded
ed boarded the shin yesterday to help with
cleaning-up operations They joined
skipper Capt W.. Sinclair, a chief
engineer and a third pate who re
mained on or alongside rae amp
all during the fire-fighting opera operations,
tions, operations, .;';
Thit a cent aaid ii naa not been
decided vet which company will
be entraped to do the towing job.
.. j i !v on what
H ai va.: e in the
States and also i up to the
owner," he aaid todaysv -.
Planned For Solohs
Army Friday cancelled its:, pro proposed
posed proposed congressional trip to Ft.
Knox, Ky for a miUtary jjhow
scheduled on the Kentucky Derby
weekend. .
Army Secretary WUber M M-Brucker
Brucker M-Brucker said he is notifying mem
bers of Congress who had been
invited, td the May 3-4 demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration that he ia cancelling it. be
cause tne serious purpose ni
been so diatorted.".
Bnir.ker'a aides had insisted
earlier there was no intention of
callings off the demonstration un
less too few congressmen accept accepted
ed accepted invitations.
. The Army iasuedv this state statement:'
ment:' statement:' !'.''-.. -'
"Although the Army had hoped
to show members of Congress its
plans, concept and tactics for use
of armor in the .atomic era in a
demonstration at Ft. Knox on 3-4
May. the serious' purpose Has
been as distorted by being asao
eiated with the same weekend as
the Kentucky Derby Day, the sec
retary of the Army, wiioer m.
Brucker, has cancelled the dem
onstration, and is ao notifying ap appropriate
propriate appropriate members of Congress."
. .. ;
'The proposed trip ran into a
storm of criticism, even from con
gressmen who applauded the ar armor
mor armor demonstration itself.
Missing Amphibian,
Ila vy Jrev Sought j
Off Georgia Coasl ;
(UP) Tbirthy planes and six
ships joined ia an intensive hunt
timg the Atlantic coast today for
a missing Navy amphibiaa
four crewmen.
The plane diaappeared fate
Thursday night on a flight from
Atlantic City, NJ to tu borne
bate at the is'aval Air S t it I e a
The craft, was Urt heard from
via radio at Charleston at 11:34
p.m.- and authorities believe it
went down it was in the area
from Charleston to Savannah, Ga.
Nary, Air Force and C a a t
Guard planes and ships mss-
nv&fced the watera off the Onr
gia coast yesterday without tod
ing a trace of the amphibian
Tbe Navy lOntiaed the nistng
crtwmaa as CPO Grtrrer Cleve-
land Pmle, 41, tee pilot and Aria
lixM Botaia'a Mate H a r I a
Dean Blackburn. 30. co-pilot Ens.
Leroy Victor Marterwrn. Jr.,
AmUM RaS.nmaa Firrt Cut Ed-
trond .Nomcki, J8,



Controversial Freighter Ostrovsky
Makes Southbound PanCanal Transit

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CAUGHT AT CURUNDTJ Maximilian Sena holds up a ix ix-"foot
"foot ix-"foot fer de lance he found In; Curundu close to the riding,
stables, while aearchina: for mosquito breeding- spots yesterday,.
At left la Charles Keenan, superintendents Malaria Control
7 Force, who ahotthe reptlla with, a .22 pistol.' ., v.- -r

King Expects
Crisis Now Facing; Jordan

U.S. officials aaid today they be believe
lieve believe Jordan's youna King Hussein
will safely ride out the present cri crisis
sis crisis gripping his government.
They also discounted fears tnat
Jordan's troubles mignt provide
the spark to ignite a new Arab-Is
raeli war.
Trouble came to a head in the
tiny Middle East country this week
when the pro-western Hussein oust ousted
ed ousted Premier Suleiman Nabulsi, a
leftist anti-westerner. The 22-year-
old King has since failed to find a
replacement for Nabulsi.
In the background of the cur
rent crisis is Jordan's very exist
ence aa a nation. There nava long
been reports that some of Jordan's
neighboring nations would like to
Bahal. Convention
Will Be Held Here i
Aprii 22 Thru 24
Vert Sunday will officially
open tbe annual conventions of!
the Bahal World Faith In 23
countries of the world.
The seventn annual -convention
of the Bahala of Central
merir Mexico and Panama
will be held at the International
Hotel April 22, 24 inclusive,
Delegatea from the countries
of Central America and Mexico.!
represenUtirea of the Baha's of
the United States snd the Bahal
World Center in Haifa. Israel,
will arrive for the convention.
Tbe public la cordially Invited
to a mftlne at which the peak-
- jets will be: Mr. Fernando Diar of
Panama Qty, Mr. ZUkruilaa
Kbadetn of Teheran, Iran, The
subject wiil -be "Education sa a
! Factor la tne Fsirltual liainca-
nltloa ef Mankind.
The metine wtH be held at
d,"Casa dl PerityJta." corner of
Jrd St. and MfTico Aiue,
I Tuesday, Arr'J SJ at 1.00 pjs


grab parts of her territory.. These
countries include Syria, Iraq, Sau Saudi
di Saudi Arabia and Israel. f
Soma authorities think these na
tiona may decide during Jordan's
crisis that the time has come to
slice op their weaker sister. U.S.
officials doubt that such a mora
will come, however, unless extre
mists eliminate Hussein and there
is a complete. breakdown is Jor
danian governmental affairs.
I Ah! Tis Spring
JOIjA. 111. (UP)- Three cHy
water department empioyta will
be auspended because of spring
fever. City Manager Chester B.
Lorris ordered the one-day suspen suspen-sion
sion suspen-sion after he discovered the
employes were picking dandelion
greens when they should have
been repairing the city water
pump.' i : '

Power Of Machine PolHidans lSquelched

Mismanagement Pulled Apart At Dramatic

The power of machine politician
eontre!linB the affairs of the towa
of Lockport was totally and fcnaJ-1
ly brokea over the weekend.
Aa aroused citiienry awoke te
this mismanagement of their gov government
ernment government by the family of James
L. Doraa. president of the Board
of Selectmen. A demand that, a
committee investigate the govern governmental
mental governmental practices ef the selectmen
met with bitter exposition from
Doraa and James Uatsoa, his eoo eoo-sin.
sin. eoo-sin. installed as chairman, the ci-
tiiern moved that tbe District At-j
toraey be ordered to tun a report
on the inveatieatmg committee and
the board withta s month and, if
irregularity or illegality was found,
te prosecute the offender accord accord-icg
icg accord-icg to Ujs law.

The Russian freighter Nlkolay
Ostrovsky, which figured nrom-
inently in ia recent Soviet gov
ernment protest of "discrimina
tory practices" against Russian
ships going through the Canal,
began her Canal transit from
Cristobal around 11 this morn morning,
ing, morning, with ju. delays.;.:
, The 1700-ton .Russian vessel
was expected to reach Oatun at
1 p.m. A Canal spokesman said
that "precautions similar ,; to
those taken on the Same ship in
January" will be observed in to
day's transits, s
: Those precautions probably
included the posting of armed
guards aboard, the shipa. and
maintaining close surveillance
during the actual transit. ..
: v Whether the ship wa kept
at the .explosive anchorage,
she was in January, could not
be ascertained at press time.
The Ostrovsky first transited
the4Canal on Jan 3. Sines then.
thei Russian government, in a
note sent to the UJS. State De
partment.,' protested -what it
called "discriminatory treat
ment"of Rucsian, ships' using
te. Canal. The Soviet govern-
nient took exception particular particularly
ly particularly to a long inspection on Jan, 2.
-(The delay in January was ex
plained a being due to the fact
that the Russian ship, making
her first trio through the Canal.
hacr required admeasurement;.
The Ostrovsky Is now believed
to be loaded with sugar and Is
presumed to be bound for Vlad
ivostok from Cuba. On her first
voyage; she carried 2.570 tons of
canned fish and erabmeat.
She arrived at Cristobal at 5
this morning, and was boarded
by boarding party before be
ginning her transit- at 11 a.m.
Payne and Wardlaw are agents
for -the shin ; y -J
(Men Apprehended
Culling Un Ground;
Wire Al Ferry Pier
" a rrmin nf six men in a labor
nicked ud today after
they had apparently oeen aawi aawi-erinr
erinr aawi-erinr the wrong scrap metaL
1 The crew, engaged, by Luis C.
Calvo of Panama City, had per
mission from tne canai w re-
mnn rrn and metal from an
old sunken vessel near sar ran
and the Ia Boca ferry ramp.
TnjitMd. thev were apprehend
ed today cutting ud ground wire
attachments to the pier between
Dock 4 and Thatcher Road in
the vicinity of the ferry.
Police said today n was woe woe-ihif
ihif woe-ihif an inadvertent mistake in
ldenUfving the area they were
supposed to, work in. As far as
could be ascertained, there
would be no charged brought, j
, Thev benn work yesterday. It
was learned, and had already re
moved one long pips ana uiree
rall.-- -!
The vessel they were supposed
to salvage has been submerged
near the ferry ramp for. some
time. '.;
Leading tbe attack oa mUman mUman-agement
agement mUman-agement of. towa affairs were
James Chalmers, inaries
Frank Miller, and Don Randd.
- OM-imers the tewa were
una Ma to recall a more vena,
ful anal dramatis Tew Meetm.
Attains by wte "naehtoe to cen central
tral central vatioe ware thwarted at
. whan Jetaah CalWway
and athars wit natoriava Sli Sli-tical
tical Sli-tical cefwwctiena ware farciary
vctodad fraan tha Town Maatiof
a na tenser Wm .raaManta
tackart. OaUewaa raturrtad.
Mwerer. U hU Ms alected Wl
1 as wttmm.
' Leavins aothing to speculation.
Lockport's citixens deliberated or
the dJffereat forms of city govera-
eeot, and after careiul comic era-

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LONDON, April 13 (UP) The London Daily Express today quoted Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian President Ernesto de la Guardia as saying that he intends "to resume complete'
sovereignty oyer the Panama Canal and over the Jand known as the' Canal Zone.fVvf
In an interview with De la Guardia, Express correspondent Rene MdcColb
quoted the Panamanian President as saying: r ;'
"The Republic of Panama means to resume complete sovereignty over the fan
ama Canal and over the landknown as the Canal Zone." ;

Russians Aim
Latest Blast
At Ausirians
LONDON, April "13 (UP) The
Soviet Union turned its propagan
da barrage on Austria today
charging it had violated its neu
trality and become a camp for
western intelligence agents.
Moscow Radio broadcast an ar
ticle, in the Soviet 'government or organ
gan organ Izvestia charging "short-sighted
ooliticians" had turned Austria
intn a ''transit base for Fascist pog
rom maker and mercenaries, 01
the western intelligence service.
It was the latest blast m a so
viet campaign .that haerabwl
nearly every westers Europeaa na
tion and some North 'African' and
Middle Eostera states ia the 4ast
It days:t-'.':- u
The article was" entitled "neu "neutrality
trality "neutrality must be honest." NT
. "The position adopted by Aus Austria'
tria' Austria' during the HungariaS events
cannot be reconciled with honest
neutrslity,',' the Izvestia srUcle
saw.'-,- ,, I
. "Tbe1 sctions of her ruling cir circles
cles circles which turned the country into
a transit' base for Fascist pogrom
makers and mercenaries' of the
western intelligence Service, were
a rud interfence in t the home
affairs of neighboring ; eounines.
Japanese Skipper
Blamed !n Sinking
Of Excursion Ship
TOKYO Aoril 1J (UP) Police
eritMl the eaotain of the Cher
ry Blossom excursion ship Kitaga Kitaga-wa
wa Kitaga-wa Maru today for eausing the
death of 93 persons by turning ov over
er over the steering wheel to an un unlicensed
licensed unlicensed 16-year-old apprentice.
TheKitagawa Maru. overloaded
to three times Us capacity, tipped
over' and sank when apprentice
seaman Tsuneji Shigemori swung
the ship's stern into s shoal in the
Inland Sea iresieraiy.
PoUce arrested Nobuya Kawagu Kawagu-ki
ki Kawagu-ki tA.vr-old akiooer -of the fer
ry 'boat, on a charge of dereliction
They flueationed officials of the
Geibi Shipping Company, the yes-,
..i. nM.ra in fii resDonsibility
for the overioading. ine amp nu
a capacity of 77 passengers besides
its four crew memoem.
211 passengers st the time oc the
The Coast Guard aaid that ; of
the 2a persons aboard, .129 were
ss bodies were recovered
and U missing. Most ml tfie mus musing
ing musing were believed to have been im imprisoned
prisoned imprisoned below tbe deck wbea tbe
ship sank witntn iw aunuw al
ter bitting me reei.
tioo," choae Strong Mayor, a form
of municipal government ia which
the mavor ia responeible, aome aome-Umea
Umea aome-Umea sharing authority with a
counciL -
Nominations were then ra s d e
forth different offices, mayor
and eooaeilmea running for the
arc three outstanding cituena. Ter
ry Cerrigaa, Tom McKeowi ana
Cmth KJrkland.
Each ward of tha city U allow
ed one councilmaa and there are
three eounccl-mea-at-large. Candi
dates from the different wards
ara Ward 1. Arnold Brooks and
Paul Bennett; Ward 2, Caoanillas
and Jaaoes Brooks: Ward S. Kd
Fole and Robert Egglestoa- Ward
4. Tom Jscksn and James Mc-
Graw; Ward i $. Ed Pa boa aad
BUI Sanders; (Ward Joaa tar-

Favor Take-Oyer)


I 'There, is a deep feeling; in' our-country ovsr the

Huo.uuti. vi aovereignxy, us ia UUaraiA WftS quoted ,;tt
saying.-. '':;',r" v. S'-'i'i
"Many rsspsctsd United States leg-a! authorities agrsfc
that there Is no question about our sovereignty irt thli
matter," the President said, according: to the D&Jly Ex4
press..' y'r .y -:"f:;
Express correspondent MacColl said that the United

States regards the Panama Canaf "at on of heri mH
premely vital interests, aa much to be protected and e
cured m San Francisco's Golden Gate." I
MacColl added that De la Guardia "is aware' that
everything that (Egyptian President Carnal Abdel) Nasser;
has done in Egypt has built up sometimes overwhelming'
pressures (or similar measures here (In Panamaj.

De la Guardia
war further!
auoted as saying:
- yes, i wouia say tnat tne pren
yor'or a take-over ty Panama,
"But you wiuat not get toej
rtma ii lie abnttMse r thfeas
Tea have ret te Welch all the
factors. The Communists of
course are doing their, bit"
Rmress corresnondent Mac
Coll said that the nationalists in
Panama "cry out for action. anti-Americanism
rumbles danger-
ously .Evea the most levelhead
ed psnsmsnians are aBKn
themselves: 'Why foreign control
of a broad strip of our own
"And Panamanians grow art artery
ery artery at peine leered at as 'United
States Satellites' by ,0th er Latin
Americans," MacColl said.
MacColl said he told the Pan Pan-amanUn
amanUn Pan-amanUn President that "many
Panamanians" has told him "it
was time -for the Americans vo
sollt the canal profits 50-50 with
Panama, sine the canal Is Just
as much a natural asset as Is the
oil of Arabia."
Off The Record
' wt mrruT Ttf TKa PsinL
tol Records Bldg. leases s smslt

V4, Um nHipm mare to busl- me Americans should re re-SeT.
SeT. re-SeT. flrSs One of the fkmT i'njber two things: Firstly. p.
SfsiS copanywhichlP ?eral do not : like

2SSL RCA victor re?rd,i
Lost: Carousel
(UP) Police
Friday, were looking for a, thief
WOO IS going srouna in circles.
Amusement nark operator Ralph
Pludow reported Thursday that
someone stole bis yellow and red
earouseL-He said had 15 seats
and. weighed 1,000 pounds.
Multiple Trouble
DEREHAM, Fngland, April 13
(UP) Trouble came ia multiples
of nine in this town.
The wtb accident to te reported
to the local police division was
handed ia April by constable No.
f at a map reference point be beginning
ginning beginning 999. s
At Lockporf;
Town Meeting
doa snd Larry Siegle. Candidates
for eouncil-at-iarge are Henr Ad Adams,
ams, Adams, Roger Million, James Cbal Cbal-mera,
mera, Cbal-mera, Erie Washburn, and Chuck
Crawford. -
Tbe citizena of .Crossroads Boys
State took time out from their sta sta-Aj
Aj sta-Aj of municipal government to
eonaider conditiona aad public af affaire
faire affaire in tbe Canal lone.
Francis T. Sulley f tbe Gener General
al General Couaael's office talked to the
bora aa tha structure ef C a a a 1

Zona government. Later, leaflet, tne ouci to relieve an oMxrue oMxrue-McG.
McG. oMxrue-McG. Brandl of the Civic CounciL tioa. It eased the Tow ef bile
and 3. Winter Collins, president from the Over to the tntettnea.
of tbe United States Cituen As-I Dr. Cattell said medical atoH,
oeiatioo. explained some of tbe'ies by Dr. John W. Norcrosa
peculiarities anfnoting the Canal dicated the tube may be f-
Zona citiien. aad answerad eues-'eaosa of rdes s recent fevtr

poot put to them by the group. I

Hiit CilTJ

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"MacColl then ennMn.i.
V1! Guardia) pnffe
n his elgaeet and replied:' "At
getting about
IZH per cent of the profits.
Perhar thw -V-i -!,,,,"
T"j'M n,u not a natter
niy of rneiiey There are ether
VZU ,1,t,c,e eaa gain.:
w-7?Kflr5ly ?laim wigptv
over the Canalon that point
we will not yield. ,-. V fZ
re PhJ.' ,n,PerPfy as
regards, the American lease t
tne canal has now become quite
academic. The Canal Zone, too,
-JKU D la Guardia was
quoted as saying.
..j?011 uotd the Presiden
as adding: .,
"While we talk In this way I'
want to make it clear that we
are aot hostll te America,
we regard ourselves as part
ners in a common enterprise anef
I feel that we can argue with
the-Americans without upsetting
MacColl said he asked the
Panamanian President whether
his people resent the fact that
"while 20,000 of them work om
the canal compared with J 50i
Americans, yet .the Panamanians
hold only poorly-paid nienlaj
Jobs." ,. r iTl
MacCoU quoted the Presidenl
boisterously when thejr go at
wivau, v
"Raclar d 1 s e r imlnation It
strongly resented hr mv
BU w n,T promises that din
crimination will be dona inv
with," De la Guardia was quoted
as ssylng. ...
Boston Opercllon ;
Fourth For Ed:n
In to Many Ycsrs
Anthony Eden was operated sa
today for removal ef an artlil artlil-dal
dal artlil-dal tube in his bile duct
A spokesman at New Fn gland
Baotlst HospiUI said, the former
British Prime Minister was taken
to the opera tint: room at 9 a.m.
The operation started a half
hour later. .---v
Lahey Clinic surgeon Dr. Rich Richard
ard Richard B. Cattell, who origlnallv in inserted
serted inserted the duct trvbe in June
1953. performed the operation.
It was the fourth mafor aorrery
for Edea in lour years. The sur surgery
gery surgery was observed byCEden's per persona
sona persona physician. Sir Horace Fr
a as. who flew here today front
.Lady Eden, who has been atsv atsv-ln
ln atsv-ln at a hotel here, waited c .t
the operation in her husband s
hoffoital room. j
The hospital previous! had)
announced the operation was
scheduled for 10 a m.
The tube had been plaed.l


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TV doners living on the outskirts of the city can pick up and

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U Vey sendout a signal half of What the KW is we could pick
tnm up But they are using 250 KW. and It's a-weak, signal
Xo? nighV operation, with no reflections like when the sun is
Csb What sav. CFN? How about pushing it up a little
. .troSer and live us outskirters a break so we ca see your

night programs?

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" PATTERN OF PROGRESS Remarkable recovery of West
t v i Germany from the ravages of war is symbolized in this new
"apartment building, just completed in WestBerlin. It features
f'U windows and balconies opening on the sunny side of, the
V,.; i structure for maximum warmth and light. Each tenant has
v'" complete privacy on his balcony because of the unique oblique
walls that separate the apartments

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"PHONEY" TOY There's double Joy in this new toy which
combines a doll with a play telephone. In the doll's red plush
body there's dial, with matching receiver attached to the
cradle by a cord decorated with tinkling bells. It was recently
Introduced In New York City.

EGYPTIAN llwrwK H! ""E

.EVERYBODY LOSES Oil -etarred naUons of the West
' weren't the only losers in the Middle East f.areua that began
last falL As shown on map, the Arab nations, too. felt the
pinch that shut off the oil flow to the tuns of 170,000,000 dollars
' in loot revenues. Oil production, cut by 69 per cent last
November, was recently resumed. It is now back to 2,800,000
barrels- s day, about three-fourths of normal.


smart slugger knows, tne best ae

tense is an offense and on Uus

theory tha Teamsters' high com-

manu pians to ne very offensive

tni8 spring.

'A heir suategy simply will be to
investigats tiie invesugator, accuse

tne accusers, ana get tneir nign-

pnced puouc relations counter-ol

iensive to "expose, tne exposert

All this you can pick up trom

some migmy weu-naormea sourc

es in tne "enemy" camp among
tne the ieaaerj of tne Limted auuj

Workers, new in convention gather gathered
ed gathered Here by" tbe sea.

As the story is spelled out here,
the Teamsters' hign command nas

decided to dig deeply into the past

ol every union cmef cooperating

with tne benate racket busting

probe. Tbe specific plan u to

start witn the auto Vvorxers be

cause the teamos bate Walter

Keuxner most lor puouciy urging
that some ol their leaders be jail jailed
ed jailed "if lu per cent" of what has

been reveaied by the benate inves investigators
tigators investigators is true.
The Teamsters' loathing of
Reutner is matched by their sul sulphurous,
phurous, sulphurous, and ulcerous, hatred of
AFUCO president George Mea
ny and tha Ladies Garment
Workers Union chief, Dave Do
binsk-y, whom they blame for
most of their troubles. And Jim
Carey of the International Unjon
ot fciectricfci Workers, and1 you
have a Teamster-eye view of
the Four Horsemen of the Apo Apocalypse
calypse Apocalypse bearing down on them.
So, in carefully guarded meet

ings in rooms carefully vacuumed
for hidden "bugs," tbe Teamsters'

inner council has decided to dig

into the activities and unions of
these four over the past 12 years

exactly tbe span covered by the

probe of Dave Beck,' the )Sheffer
man-made man.

The mere suggestion of the ac

cused accusing tbe accusers is ex

pected to frighten some of he

finger pointers. That is, the Team

sters' strategists hope the Big

rour will be frightened. If they
don't scare easily, the Teamsters'

technique will then be to leak the

stories through their public rela

tions operation. That should be gold
en sieve; they're paying enough.
What's overlooked is the fact

that tbe money appropriated y
the Teamsters' national office for
Sublic relations work is a bargain
asement payment. The real mon money
ey money will be SDent throush "unoffk

! cial" public relations men paid by

the Teamsters" regional ."confer ."conference''
ence'' ."conference'' heaquarters. These are the
Fort' KnOxes of American labor.

Ana iney won t need to argue
with Tea mo secretary treasurer
Johnny English to get the checks


Now let me lead you through

more of this who-dun-it. After the

investigation of the AFL-CIO inves
tigators is completed, the Team

sters top command plans to turn
the dossiers over to the Senate

Select Committeemen Improper Ac Labor-Management Re

lations. Very formal like. Then, if

me committee reiuses to accept
these charges, the Teamsters will

seek out some Senator and urge
him to denounce the government

probe from the Senate floor.
All this has seeped through to

Meany, Reutner, Dubinsky and

Carey. These men are realists.
They know they have long led
sprawling organisations and
that life is no mere shuttling
between all that is pure and ad
that is evil.' They don't doubt
that Bock's boys can come up
here and here with something.
But the fight will go en.
George Jdeany is personally di

recting the war on Beck and re

grets only that the man of so ma.

ny fifths, won't drink .one and set

up tne courage to show at the
AFL-CIO higu council trial.

Reuther is reported here to have

re-checked his vast union and is

ready to show where he has lift
ed charters and suspended offi

cers of locals Involved in inner

plant gambling and other rackets
wherever they cropped up.
Dave Dubinsky knows he has
had one racket-run local but
that was actually an Invasion of
his territory by the Teamsters,
themselves woo cspture it long a a-ge.
ge. a-ge. Jim Carey has some of his most

trusted trouble shooters recheck recheck-ing
ing recheck-ing each local of the Internation International
al International Union of Electrical Workers.
All four union chiefs are ready
to move quickly where a money
snstcher tuns up, if he does.
But what concerns these mea K

not wnetner tne Teamsters csn
come up with the name of mus-

clemea used in ancient picket line

and organizational battle. That's
history. What disturbs the nation's

labor chiefs is tbe danger of real

industrial warfare if the Team

sters decided to use their power
fkl organization In rids on other
unions. This would be costly and
bloody. But that's another chance
they're willing to take and here
is where the strategy Is being 1

neatly blueprinted.

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Hitched His' Wagon to a Star


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Off 00S'

Too Old; At 40

My files are full of stuff about

bias in hiring men over 40, and I

nave been meaning to ao piece

on it for at least a year. But it

wasn't until the other day, oh a
rainy morning, that the sad fact

hit me between tbe eyes.


I looked without pleasure into

the mirror and suddenly said out

hud: "Good Lord. boy. you re un

employable!" Tbe other day I was

3 and employable. Today I am

cging toward 42 and I'm un

employable. i ."''
Well, actually I me personally

am -not unemployable, because

one of tne lew benefits of stabbing

at a typewriter is that as long as
they make paper snd carbons, you
can eat if you sell at alL ,, ...
The good ones write better and
get richer as they get older, and
the experienced middleweight can
manage some sort of livelihood
until age and whiskey take over.
Even the has-beens and the bums
can find something involving semi
honest toil to keep them in board
and room.
But in a great many industries

that awful 40 is the deadline for
knocking off a new job unless, of
xourse, you i are such a fireball
that somebody across the street
wants you to be the new president
or general manger. If you just get

mad at the boss and quit, or thej

boss gets mad at you and gives

you the axe, your 40-year old head if you're an industrial traffic te

nuis bang into a wall.

Pension plans, r Imagine, are

the benevolent villain in a great
many industries. Once you become
enmeshed in a "plan," with so

much deducted for this and that

and against retirement, a guy
thinks six times before he jumps
the fence.."- '-"r:f".

The pension plan that works for

inim works against Him, because. a
lot of pension systems tacitly fir-

bid nirwg even minor executives a
bove the 40-50 Plimsoli line.-
t Vnn'ra iust tin nlH tn fir Into

the' picture. 'Nobody Jo ves.y 0 u

wnen you re 01a ana gray... ?
In the pst years or so dubs
have been formed to Place the

grizzling white collar gentleman

wbo has been forced from a job
by mergers which squeeze Out top-!
echelon people. Also, some legisla

tion has been attempted.

I doubt that either will do a

great deal of good, because tbe a

cneck is simple, and tne harsh bust

ness fact remains: An employer

who feeds a 45-year-old newcomer
into his retirement system doesn't

get tbe .same bait back in terms

of working time as he receives
from the beamish lad of 25.
But it's still age 65 before you
cash In on the social security, and
the gap between the 40s and the
60s is slightly more than considerable.-
How do you eat in the meantime,

cident who is accustomed to a

good home, a car, and some of the
simpler extra pleasures?
It all seems a touch haywire.
When you hit a man for a job-at
23, the first thing he asks is:
"What experience have, you?"
when the answer is obvious: Col College,
lege, College, war, or up the hard way from
the common ruck, without educa education:
tion: education: ':-. -. s,,
I haven't forgotten all those bum
jokes about office-boy jobs for Air

Force generals that were current

after World War IL

. You're too old Id be rehired

when you're past 40,. but the chai-

man of the board can be a youth

ful 72, still do a man-killing day s

work and spend bis evenings in
the plush saloons. :
r A fighter is generally finished at

30, but a 32-year-old Senator is s

boy wonder. ; :xk'-
I don't believe there's any an answer
swer answer to this over-40 problem un

less the businesses themselves

take the personal trouble to assess

the worth of the applying indivi indivi-lual
lual indivi-lual at the expene of, the various
WakneiMVt ivlana sin1 hniiCasVil1sfi

.Otherwise you find yourself in
the plight of the man who looks at
his gray hairs in the mirror end

says, '"Unemployable," when only
the other day he was leadine; the

junior prom in college or flying

lighter planes in an aauu a war.



WASHINGTON The loni ner.

r ee T

sonai ieua between the two top

xiuuse ..epuDucans, uuf leidei
Joe Martin and Congressman Char

lie JtiauecK, u..y p headed for

showdown. Both are auietlv nnll.

mg their friends to see who has the

most support in the Republican

Joe -'and Charlin h avpn't ernftan

along since they ran the Hmm tn.

gether during the 80th congress


.This personal friction has been

tanned to a whits heat now by
the Whits House which seme,
times Ignores Martin and works

through Halldck. v

Joe is so sore at bein hv.nnsH

that he has complained to cronies:

r tne way tbe White House is run running
ning running things. I won't have a minori

ty to lead sfter the next election."

naiiecx has been whispering a

r und the cloakrooms that Martin

promised to steD aside and let him

have the GOP leadership last Jan

uary, cnarue claims be was double-

crossed while vacationing in Fiori

na. 1 t 1 1

His game is to rally enough Re

publican congressmen behind him

to control GOP DOliev in the House

a ne could muster enough votes

ne might 'en rttempt to oust Mar

tin as COP leader (though this

isn t likely until Congress reorgan

izes in !:!;.

But Martin has no intention of

turning the Republican reins over

to Haueck. Old Joe has been but

tonholing colleagues andv asking

mem point-Dianx: vi want to know

wnere you stand." v

Most sf the old veterans stand
solidly behind Joe, though Char,
lis has made inroads among the
younger member. This c u I d
develop into a serious rift ln the
OOP high command. 4

Envoy Springs; Surpriise

dent Eisenhower's special ambas-

oauui vtj um jssViUU'V dueisp., js.-vfwis-
gressman James P. Richards of

South Carolina, sprang a surprise

on his third stop at Ankara, Tur

key. ',..,;-

In an unnoticed communique-Issued
with Turkish Prime Minister
Adnan Menderes, Ambassador
Richards declared that, "The U-l

nited States is prepared to offer

financial assistance towards sev-

eal ioint oroiects of a regional

nature which have been consider

ed by the economic commutes of

the Baghdad Pact." v

This ia the first urns any Ameri

can official has crawled out on that

limb. Up to now, tho Eisenhower
Doctrine line has been that the U-

nited States would consider) onlyl

short-range projects within separ separate
ate separate countries.
This has been in keeping with

past American policy to give aid

only under couairy-to-ountry, oi
lateral agreements.

If multilateral, regional aid pre-.

grams are now to be considered,
something new has been introduc

ed into Middle ast policy. '- )


at the Turkish capital did not list
specific projects. But tbe building
of a new pipeline from Iran to the
Mediterranean, through Turkey
and bvnassinc Syria and Israel, is

known to be high oa the list.
Construction of through, lireet

railroad line from Turkey to iraa
snd possibly on through Pskdstan
and India, has been the dream of
nromoter for manv years.

More international highways
taroogh the Middle East hare been
recommended to promote trade in

toe area.
Anything that will promote eom eom-m
m eom-m imitation ig these isolated coun countries
tries countries win be a hem not only to their

economic development, but to their

national and collective seu-aerene
as well.
Strictly oa the defense side, the
const met ion of t rs4ar screen s s-eros
eros s-eros the northern tier of BsgMad
Pact countries, meorrs'mg Tur

been suggested as a logical next


- THE FACT THAT Ambassador
Richards mentioned the Baghdad
Pact economic committee is con considered
sidered considered significant The statement

was issued the dsy after President

casennower declared at Bermuda

that the United States Would loin

tbe military committee of the Bagh

oaa ract.

-This latter news wss given big
headline treatment.. The principal
reason may have been that no oth

er news of importance csme out of

Bermuda that day. But it was ov overstating
erstating overstating the case to ssy that the
United Mates is going to join this
alliancer' v
Plans for closer cooperation wiU
the Baghdad Pact countries have
been in preparation by the U. S.
State Department and the Penta Pentagon
gon Pentagon for some time. 4

Up to now, U.S. representatives

have been active participants in



Vice president Nixon is turning

aown engagements more man three

weeks in advance. Those sendine

him invitations (with few excep

tions) are told to try again three!

weeas oeiore tnev want him. This

has naturally stirred speculation

mat iNixon is Keeping his calendar

:n in case President Eisenhow

er s health should tske a turn for

tne worse ... Cbailes Patrick Clark.

the' dictators', lobbyist, will soon

lose another client. Already fired

y Dominican dictator ; Trujillo,

lark '- will next be dronned bv

Snxin'l. tirtatnr Vnnpn . r V V,'

Congressman James Van Zandt

(R-Pa.) is urging the White House
to appoint Congressmen sterling
Ctlft (R-N.Y,) to, the' Atomic Ener

gy v Commission; . R e a s d n:

Van Zandt wants to climb up the

seniority ladder and cole stands in

his way on the Congressional' ato

mic wsteh-og committee. The

dapper Pennsylvanian would like
to get Cole promoted out- of Con Congress
gress Congress .4 J. Clifford Folger's ap

pointment as ambassador to Bel

gium is an ooject lesson in how to
get ahead in the foreign service.

His chief qualification: He was the
r riT- ..! m.. a.i... A

jjm. o vutuoi iuvik 1 auci ... n

s diplomat, f oiger is a fine broker.

He landed the Smithsonian Insti Institution's
tution's Institution's brokerage business while
he was Republican national fin

ance chairman. Of course. his

brokerage partner happened to be

Robert W Fleming, son of Smith Smithsonian
sonian Smithsonian executive committee chair chairman
man chairman Robert V. Fleming. -
One reason for Gen. Lyman Lem-

nizer s shut from tne t sr iast to
the -Pentago-i is to relievo Gen.
Maxwell Tsylor, the Army chief,
from attending so many cocktail

parties. -'; .',- -. a-.--


"WllUe.'f as he's called sround
the Pentagon, is considered a so social
cial social dud. He stays home studying
Army strategy while Tayor weari"
y chases to receptions.
The Army chief flnaly decided
he's had enough. He ordered "WiU
lie" transferred to Europe and the
more social Lemmtzer brnncht- tn

the Pentagon as vice chief.


sandstone facing under tho r

dome has been crumbling, imperil imperiling
ing imperiling tourists who stroll below, Half
a dozen aanrlntnna rhnnlr

broken loose. .One- six-inch, vpiece, ;
big enough to hurt a nerxon ipi-'

ously, fell from a. cornice and

bounced off a window sill onto tho

pavement below ... Five days be before
fore before the tral'c suicide of Canadian
ambassador' E. Herbert Norman
in Cairo, vBntish intelligence a a-gents
gents a-gents secretly checked tho sonata

Internal Security committee's files
on him. The committee's public re-
velations about Norman are blam

ed xor jus suicide ,u

1 t
Tsusis-hslrscf Sen. Frank Lauaeho 1

(D-Ohlo) has impressed hia mi.

leagues with his sbihty. Sen. Jo
O'Mahoney (D-Wyo.)t for one, be- v
lieves: Lausche will become a
great senator and told him so...
The, Air Force almost drafted able
Ma j. Gen. Sory Smith to come
back to the Pentagon and take nv-

er the difficult job of press chief.

At tne last minute, Smith was
spared for a command assignment, j
The press job will go instead to
tggressive .ng. Gen. Arno LeUh LeUh-man,
man, LeUh-man, who will get a second. star to
go with it ... The Air Force ; has
protested to NBC over the attitudo

of playwright Robert Dozler who 1
wrote an antl military TV play. ' 1

A Real Fine Cutting Edge." for

the Kaiser Aluminum hour. When

two recruiting sergeants complain,
ed to the author, he wrote back?
bluntly that he deliberately "ran

down" the military in his pis?. ...

"I am sornr thst vou snend a

much time and effort on your re recruiting
cruiting recruiting work," he wrote the ser sergeants.
geants. sergeants. "I am not at all reoentant

for having effectively destroyed in

one nour. what tt has taken you
months to achieve." ... This may
embarrass the Kaiser Aluminum

Company which does a big business

in aeiense contracts. ,4


Protocol demsnds Taylor's pre

sence st receptions slmost every
evening. He is so tired of the cock cocktail
tail cocktail circuit that he started looking

around for someone to help out

with tho social chores.

It would be bad diplomatic man-

the pact's economic snd sntisub-
version committees only.
- Americass sat in at military com

mittee meetings ss "observers." In

tbe future they will be active mem

bers and will take part in Baghdad

fact planning. i

" """"""" lsnokai 4?ao Teiwlnft T. aanni aa nvAnA

.$"72? U5l,,Ti,,T,ATiwia to" th hk chief to m.
stiU not be a full-fledged partner, ent m ,t WMnmgtoB funrtions.
To join the organization formally I Tne present vice chief is a fesr-

wuiu ruiro ko ituiiuua tM fitM commander, Gen. Willi

' on international ireaiyr
This wonld probably be forth

coming if president Eisenhower
asked it. There is no intent to
maXe that final tie nw.
To do so might slienste Sauii

Arabia. Jordan, Lebanon, Israel
and India. Egypt and Syria op oppose
pose oppose H naturally.
Furthermore, to join one more
defense alliance might over-extend
American defense capabilities. The
line would circura navigate the
globe and completely surround the
Communist orbit, exceot for the

India-Burma frontier with Red Chi-

' na.


Biuu x aiiiict, win wuut iuikd ui 1
the face of aa enemy but runs like

a raoDit irom cocaiau parues.


mie V. Brown, a Ave-year-old! j
midget, needs a ladder to reach.
his dad, four-foot Roger B.f
Brown, also a midget,. Brownt
is balanced on the ham-sized!
nand of seven-fooUthree-inch!

; Harvey W. Halbrook. Halbroolc
an accountant for an oil com-j
pany, stars at basketball for his,
firm's team. Brown a fonnerj
- professional high diver works,
for an airplane company and is!
n.lllv hi. fn kla-

ability to enter Ught spaces. Aaj
are from Wichita. Kan. Y

r HANDBOOK This miniature dition of the Koran, Moham Mohammedan
medan Mohammedan holy book, is the smallest volume fumed out by a
VimpeTk, Czechoslovakia, publishing house which specialises In
tiny bucks. The ieotber-bound book contains more than SCI
pages and comes with a magnifying g'ats attached.

" t Panami, R. ti P. 'Tv.
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By order of tho Board of Directors.'the stockholders
; of DEST1LADORA NACIONAL, S. A. are hereby
notified, that tho annual stockolders' meeting will ba
hold at tha main off Fees of tha Company, located in
Avenida Bolivar, Panami City, R. P on tha 26th day
of ApriV 1957, at 4:30 p.m., for tha following;-purposes:
' .- v -, s'::':'-,-."'.'.--.......
... . .''.
t -. -- -.'
(a) ; To read tha minutea of tha pravioua metting;
t (b) To alact or reelect Diractora; Z ..
(c) To examine and approva tha, balance, profit
and lest statement and tha report submitted
to them by theBoard of.Diractors; t
7. (d) To consider and act upon ail tha mattera that
tha Board of Diractora or aach Director
i Individually or any stockholder
submits to tham.

Panami, April 12, 1957.


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Phone iuiaaa Oiuw r f aueiaa
t3a;hrch School free baa aarvaaa.
Parannate Pi llaaaluii Groun,
1SBB onru Servfe-o Tha j, moaned
in-auua ica ftuiaai s, h.atOm
pTKnary end Jumor loea.
- wn aaua asnerr tec
nutar x
Jurv,jr-Ki P4eSange
d fl Pon-Uirh Fdlovehtn. j
f xat Smter-tuah. aUowatva
CAafBOA. v'-i-
SW. WaSaast M. AldaHna.
Off : V4 Raa.: a-13
Sunday Benriraa:
P M mm. Sunaav SrtMat.
J am. tK-rnai Werahfp.
vrxioa aneetioa asi
aruaa aa astumaaced.
' ft a-Mt.MM (JMUSCBJ
!-'-- Cnutraam
Bev.' i job K. n i ii i aaa
4, hnal Crty
" a-aa. Hnmrrj ST-aet esad Banal
P- iJiai ekoaa.
IV. m r -, -.. a. ia
yr(n uairac
Sereat aaa a., apda Aaanaa.
Caae-i. a a
u. arm ma
a ev aanr-iaK "taar-v. aata Barr

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t. ' 1 1 ' ' 1 1

. ; .. !:i if v-a-, v
;-V PARAtBOf CJB.J- -r i-.
, Bavay A Mra,,C.I, Matalay ,,l
fiulavk SyaU;i.VV:'fe ?4-,
fj:'.i :; a Sunday Srhool.''?; X
I aiiaa Hulmaa MaatiaaVT .' "4 T-'
.'' I 00 Sunday School. i. ;
t V le fcaivatwa MaatloaV y ; s .,

a spew wttB

auty k 'ssisaliaai,' Uharty la aaaa.
aaawHil aad cJuLdrjr aa aB Oataaa
. jaBiei Atv.aimA atmai a-

7 i a ..'. w m av
at s 1 -a a aw f a a

Owrttii at mii Wi to lh Canal Zoafc iri MhmMl
Jtiaa f fiMMi Ci, RaukR f Faaa aataa4 a Wlma
at aD han hi mm oaa wamaa at tka an4 arviaaa, aaa1 aiviiiak
aiflipara,' friaa4i aa4 ttraaaan.
A a pMit aarviaa; Hm Tka-Faaaata Aawritaa lid baiaw, by
v awtiiH l.f aatlci at Mart at aranaia aarf af ular activiliaa.
i'- ;; UaHaaa ratata4 tnm tiata Oa tiaa. Daaaaiiiiatiaaa kaviaf
. aaJ aaa f fwa caafragalMM ara Itetoa" mrfat "Otaat Charchat-A4 :
Srvlct." A ayacial lUtin It iaelaaad far aarvicaa a Army aaafa,
Air fca aataa aa" Nal ataNaaa. .'''. V
IiJ'.! 'lMlerfaHra,h:aliarrt aacratarto aad-ckaalaiaa art aakad ta Mfarai
tha aawa ib,'ia arriHaa by .Waaaay ajaaa at tba lataal at aay ?
x Kaaflaa far Hia camiat Saturday cbiirab aaaa. -, "4 v '

Bar, Samuel Waldan. Miaiatar -.
Sunday Sarnie I par. and a-
lunday School ft all je at :S D-i
Taat bnrttaHMi Ta WanWa."
Ttimdav.t n m Prar Vttn
Christian Scientist
rirat Cbureli at ChrUL SeiantuV'- Anvw
v M0 Aacan BooJavaxd v
Suoda; U0U; Wadnaada ll 94-
Sunday School :) a m
ftm cnurra i chrmi, atioalW, Crtatyha'
. i3tb Straal Bollvai Uiabwar
lunday U:0 a ja. Wadnaaday HOP
Sunday Maaaair 7
Uly5iy U
ni 7 JM to 00 am. Thuraday, batore
Firrt rr'dayt 7:00 to s:uu P "-
'aculoua Madal Movana: ISO pja
an Sunday- U.' J
' 'm mam, nir AST Aneaa
' ijiT a -us. 7:M k : in
P-?' .. l-SO to tflO am
17:15 to i:0Q nuioa
' Sad H JDrwtloaa: tQ P
Fiidaya.'. -Cattchlaai'
daaa: ta :4S r
tm LADt Of rA'TMA-Cataaaa
Holy Day Mai at S30 p.m.- 1
CoSaiiloMl;t a 0
"SffLwi- Saturday J0 ta 10
S a maavn Parataa
; Sunday Masse at 70 and 1:11 a JB.
HolyDay Mass at 00 pm. I
. 'a a "- a AA TM
feLirSaturday 10 ta 430 d
'otate CaiaM Bundy :C ta
P Mlraeulou Medal Havana! 7
"V-' IrMtrucUonai Thunday 0
p.'.,.1- ,;"lft.',i
A V t 1 ",
' '. W .. VwcBMTB Taaamd JCIty .,(
.Sunday Masses: :00 and J:80 a-BW
u.i ri Uauaa; :30 and S:00 p.BL
(It It Tall on Saturday the Masaaa are
1:00 ana a.iaui
. i.f..i. aa l grOO and
7-00 to 8:00 p.m. Thuraday a before Tlrat
IrWay l:30-pi.m.'r 'I'i'' " rmts
i Iwuaculous ".Novetia-jawi fta
tiorai of tha Crosa! JIM VM.
Catechiam Ciaaai After anas at
Thuraday. t sr;f:f4 "-hf v
:'tA v-v "'( j
r ;.;,': ; THCTirgA'B CataB '.fAV 5,
ItaairBM ajar ( fcXtM.
an Saturday :30. am.) .. l,.
CaTecblara Claast-SJO ta fl0
Contaalani r00 tolJO aJ Buaday.
. ai.anaM M .a aAtXB
, Parqae iVelevr .
Sunday Masses: 630 and t3
Sw P.v Mass: 430 Mao- Thur.,
Prl. and Sat First Wdsar maas: tm a.m.
f Holy ; Day Mdsaaai ;W aja. t ,.-00
CcWaailif'i's taiW aai'llH' to
tr80 pan. on Saturday.
' MJraeuiou Madal Soreaal lty
.'nMf'l sa.''ii Sunday
,TZ : Wt. THUtrSJTS- y
Convert Oaaa; Monday -73PJfc :?
' at '.-,:"..! ( -i'l.. ;t-"'Z
fct.a Tran a.m .-..v.-
Confasalons: Satttrdayf M t70
Thursday befor Fir Friday Pjv
ctechlsm Class: 3:11 pjn.
Saerad Heart Havana. la an
climrl Ciaaai W
, -. .wAinte iiw v
Holy Day Manual A itt and S-3S am
"confetti SatardaV 4.'a 'IfltW
irMedal K-r-; W-r---y
' s. Hrt"VFrid TM P
Sunday Ivontng R-rlcaa 1 J -"r.
Convert Claaa:. TO paa.. B Moamay
and Thuradaya. . ..
Citechlaaa Craast 5irdy' r-U aaa.
U i em. 3:0 pan. to 4
w,t avta KgnrMritiaai at Moat Bleaa-
ed Sacrament all day. Reposition at $M
m an C.tur. MmlM. t
First Saturday Deeottona ta latdy
at yatbna The Holy Rosary 0 a m.
vtr ramnUa InatrBctlons for chJl-
dm Monday aad- Thuradaya as a
' laTRACTLOrB Tyt--Ortatl
ej.u4 Uaaaaa: T bt). IO and lrMaJm
Holy Day Maaaas: IM M aja. astd
S:1S p.m. .'
Confeerloaai Satnrday tM aa t-at end
74d ta $ Attar aoaary aaca aa-
Miraealau Medat Keesnal grU
a nan. aaa Monaay.
Cataehhaa Ciaax Aft Ida aa
Pirat Friday Brpoam aB day
(be School Year.
rira battaroay: ausa as ae bib.
Sunday Maaaea: raa, (aa, ue aaav
rrt Saturrtav Masai ..... a Jal
Waekda Maaaas: ....(.... f aaa-i
Sa-nrda-y ... I P P. to a aja
Vtrecukaai Wda :- 7 post
Holy Day Masaaa: T3a IB. ll pja.
Canfa-aucm ... XM .aa ta pa.
w y Maoay
Parwh family Btaaary saad
IWned r-'nn ............ T
eatery W ortiedey.
Oiaruaaian Inquiry
73. pa.
every rrasy.
lrt. fridav D elie
let. Saturday Piiuuun
. Taapaa
7 p s
Bunday Misiisit J
Haty Day
' Oaifiaai :' aa (BP aad IBS ta
! p.aa. Sar-irday,
Catratem Cjaaai laa a em. on aaerae
Can .it Ciaaa evy St an day e taa
V-a. Made
a Tuac7.
--Ta ui
7B) aaa. aa

aaa- and la

afiaissi (aa aja. aad

r- r t t- rrwrrrrK Getaa
b .r t i I ,i a at,

Holy Day Man; 8 00 pm. , ; 1

Confemiona: tO to 7:00 pa. b Bat.
j Catw-hlam Claaa' 4 -00 om m Mnda
1 Gambaa t
Sunday Maine : 7 .-00 and 1:30 a.m.
Holy Day Mawaa; ;0O a.m. and :00
p.m t
Conicaaloni Saturday at TtfO p.m. and
after all avamnf davotlona. .i
Baptisms by appointment' V '
Miraeuloua. Medal NovanI f i"0 pja
on Tuesday-
Sacred Heart NovanaK J:fl8 ai
friday, ,
sunaay acnooit 1:30 p m. on Sunday.
Rellsioua Inat.ruptinn .riau fra rhtl.
drens 4:M p.m. on Thursday.
. Hellgioua Initructlon for adulta (Con (Conducted.
ducted. (Conducted. In SpanlahU J0 pjn on JHon.
onvart Instruction br avnolntnient
: Episcopal
the Bt. Bey. .' Hebar Caadaa, S.T D,
The Vary Bnr. Malnerf t
I ITI na
Id. VWIUHUIUVH. f . ;4
4:30 a; m Santa Communion (4tb Sua.
30 a ra. Church' School.
0:44 am. Escuela Dominical.
U. OS aaa. Morning Prayer and Sermon.
. roiy wommunjoa, (first Sun
t -.- dav).
TiOO ptrvlveninf Fraye and Sermon
(30 em; Holy Communion.,
TWO pm. Avenlng Prayer.
f :00 i Holy Communion.
1 30 a as- Holy Communion.
8:11 a m. Morning Prayei M M-13:00
13:00 M-13:00 MU.da Missionary Prayers.
-I. 'Church of St. Andrew
'. 7 The Rev: William W. Baldwin.
Priest in Charge I,
' i f ' ,i i
Holy Communion .: .7:30 am
aaniiiy rrayer ana
. Church School ............ f ;30 ajn
' inw uvi vrfiuujuiiiaah ana.
Sunday each month)
Morning Prayer A Sermon 11.00 s.m
(Also Holy communion, let.
Sunday each month) t.
Holy Communion ......... (:00 jn
. - i COBOZAt
N Chapel at The eod Shepherd 1
j'rV The Bar. Clarence W. Hares, h r
' Priest la Charge
FRIDAYS .k t-st
MM S.m. Morning Prayer.
(H.C. first friday .each Month).
' j tJAMBOA V "?
. ".. Bt. Biaaoai'av. rhath
Tha Ry. Johh Spear, Priest la Charge
SUNDAYS ,i'.7'-'-i.'v
. y it-'-e, .:t';ii ;
Choral Xucharlit and Sar Sar-.
. Sar-. mon
Church School
Episcopal Young Churchmen
' Evenson and Sermon
70 a m
3 KW p.m.
1:00 p.m.
7.-00 P4B.
aunuais, TUaaUAia
Morning Prayaa aad' Half
tma am
7:00 p.m
swung ( w. ...........
Woman a Auxiliary, and and
4th Thuradava 7304.
wcuNisuAia a uiiuitauAia
noiy communion im am
Morning Prayer ......m.. t :OS a.m.
Xvenini Prayer ........ tiN am.
SATURDAYS i,, 3 : r
family Eueharlit 1:30 a.m.
Office at Compline ........ .'00 pm.
it i '- :i' '-.Mr. ;''
:),.. ,-LA; BOCA, ;'? jUj
fit '' ? St Peter's Chnrch1 f-,f'
Tha Key. Joha Saear. Prlaat ta Cham
Mornina nayar ana cnurca
School ,,lia.
Choral Kucbarist and. Mr
mon ............. 103a am
Holy Baptism 13:00 noon
Evenson a end Ad diss ... 73S P.m.
3rd MONDAYS ;V .'.V.-
Wnnun'l AHTtHaTT 730
Holy. Communion ......... isai am
tf ; falo seco
,v Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Tea. L. B. Shirley. Frieat ta Chart
TrTORSDATB ' : h : '
. ( JO-em Holy Coaomunum. j
('Cfcarch at St Jlarfare
' Espavd and Braros Blvd. -'"'(
The Bey. Jeeae K. Beaew. Racte
SUNDAYS .! ; .... ,; i. '.)!';'.
73 am Hory Communkoaj '.-.
45 am Church School -114
am. Marnine Paava "" ;,v
Jast Sunday each Month, Holy Com Communion.
munion. Communion.
gjg e m. Holy Cammunien. ;
Chepel at Oar SavieBt
S3 am Holy C nan nam lea.
f Tb Be. A Ilea B. WaaB, .
Prteet m Chart
- The Bee. Davta
',w -V Vka asMwita
am Choral Bocherk At
ft am Infant Baptlara. ,
I N q,m. Chtrrrh Srhoal
hul tat Rwlldint 131)
(.-aa pm Youth PeDawatafe
f -t i m tnmanff end Al
Snd end 4th WKDNESDATS
J ia Women s AuxilUarf aal
tar 4uua aeeuna
St Peal's Chwrrb
The Feat Lranrl B. Shtrtef Beeaar
T wt ana st, arweei.
aa am He
t e aaa Sun fucharoe
ia t a aa Merntna Praya
aad Church
f-M Mrt ttnlv
T-na Mi liliaaa V
e Foiy
a a a at J4w cwnnraMaa,
pm Tve-a Prer
M r aa. Heae
a aa a., aiaty
CHRtrr CTfTnoi bt-tib-sxa
" 4 -wv BP.
fOopeartte -1 Waehrnrlaro
Tai fmm reter re
(-Mam fv Can-mwUaa.
g a a aa. V Trrnr Frivtr.
I a aa. rih.ra and Sat
1 em Cwrrt k 4
I J pm trvm i i inner g and

1:30 p.m. Adult Confirmation Claaa;
1:00 pjn. Evening Prayer, and MedHa-
j )n nan. ,. ; s
1-00 a an. Children's Eucharist.1
lOrOO a.m. Junior Cnnflrmatlon CUaa,.
7:30 (p.m. Compline and Meditauen. ;..
Chan.ii of St. Mary, tha Vlrgla
Tha Bev. John A. Spgldlna. i
' Priest in Charge
Sung' Lucharltt
i Chur-.u fetchool ...... "130 a.m
...,.; .':ae a.aa
-730 p m
1:00 am
.Evens-in; and Sermon
Holy ,oBununlon.
St Chrlitooher's Chnrch V '. .1 .'-
:,:' 10th- Street. lrque Lafevre ,a
... The Rev. Clarence W, Hayea.
, Priest In Charge
t The Rev, Clarence A. CragwsJl,
-, Asslstaat 1
0 00 am. Holy Communion.
7:30 a.m. Sung Eucharist and Strmon.
1030 am Morning Prayer and Church
i School. J r 1
13 00 noon Holy Baptism.
4:30 p.m: Evensong and Sermon. Sermon.-MONDAYS
730 pm 1st and 3rd, Woman's Auxl-
'(-.30 p.m. J unler' Daughter of the
King. .
7:30 pm Youth reUowshlp. lr
8:00 a.m. Holy Communlork
7:00 pm Evening Prayer and Rellgloui
S 00 p m., Girls' Friendly Society ,
8 00 n m. 1st and 3rd, Singletons.
, :30 am 'Junior Conflrmatloh Class,
I '.' M -' '.' .' '' "." I'
X: Other Churches ( ;
I Ancon, C Z. t
'Minister: Bev, Elmer O. Nelson t -Boxoa,
AneoOi C.Z. Balboa 300t
Sunday'1 School :43 a.m
Morning Worship ....,., 10:30 a.m
Youth Service (:4S p.m
Evening Service v ... 7:30 p.m.
: NFJd,S Service ..i....... i 7:00 p.m.
Prayer Meeting. Wed. ..... 730 pjn.
national Baptist church
, Panama HJf, Z3rd Street East
v Bev. 8, N, Browa. Miniate
, Divine Worlhlp 8:30 a.m.
Sunday School 3:00 D m
Sunday Masse ..........7, 7:43 119
vr aunoa
:00 pm r
Mketinga. Thursdays at MP p.m. and
Sundays at 4:00 pm. Wlra Memorial.
1104 ..Bait. Road, Balboa, ...
i V,'(t 7", 4
- Sunday meetings In tha LDS Chape)
on Balboa -Road.
Sunday School ........... 100 a.m
Sacrament Meeting ,:00 pm
Primary; Monday'...,..... 3:30 p.m.
Relief Society: Tuesday f:30 a m.
MIA; Wednesday 7 30 pja
Telephone Balboa 4227.
. 1 Atlantic Hraiw-k A ',. .
Building 308, Schoolhousa Bosd- Gstun.
"i ) vanai zone .
Bunday Scnool. Sundae -..' I u
Sacrament meeting Sunday 11 :M a m
Prleathood -rneetlng Wed.,., 4:30 pm.
Primary, .Wednesday ..,.. (:3
Relief Sorletv. .r.,,.j
Telephona, Gatun.344 r Cristobal SWT.
!i':i.riiv 1" "' 'ri' Or
"A WBrm Hearted Caiurclt:, :
.MUtOB K. Leldlg, Minister if.
Phine .Bee. 83-7114 Ot 83.S10S
Sunday School .....,,;., 830 am,
j (A class for every age) ..
Morning Worship n8 am.
youth faUowrhip ..... 4:00 pan.
' Xevening Worship v. ...... T:o r.m.
u.r .i rraiee ww. t IDjt
A? cnurca nursey la provided tor your
i" t
f Vt'ttJ '.'.-'
St Baahael Tba Archangel
. . 13tb St Waal No, 1
norr nicnanat! -Hnniia ai let am
: Tuaadaea. Wadnanlan mmA Th,.ji
Saeramenl at OnerJeat Hasihi C
ticwi aina min aih m
AeenM Ballhet. 'CAristlaB Ckaaefe f
Panama B.P
BA Baa. ., wna Di fj, BusMaj i
-'- aTfietatlne
Morning devotlo at ........ (JW am
Fellowahm Warehaa sal 11 -a
sunaay Bcaooi at ..t.M...w mi
"'via oervio at
t 44 Ftrat Street -.-'J'-r:
OrbanraaeioB El Carmen, Panamd City.
imformai. Talka and Dlacuaaiona
fhursdaya... ....... ....'.,.( ,ta,
, Celea, stb A Fraai. Street j.,
' faaataJra AaaerieaB Baaearl ;
Study C leasee Thuradaya, 134 pm
. i -j.
irmn. mission cbvbcti
- As pa la be SU, Paralso, C-Z.
Bev. Waldaha H. stewert.
Sunday: 11 :0 am Worship) Bervis.
3:00 p.m. Sunday SchoaL -,
7:13 Bm Gospel Service.
Monday: 730 Young PeopleiSorlety
Wedneedarvi f-A UlAmmm rtu-l.Hu
Thursday: 10 chofr RehearaaL
B.ly4.wt 14, Hi . a
- tub circBCTt or tjoo ; r .-.
714 Klt-hUj Street Cetea -Bev.
G. W. fiaae-laeai tu
Sunday Brhol. ....... M a as.
Morning warship ........... 10 -s a aa
Night Servto 3 pm
PTBST OlLntm OP tiraB
: Cer. Jaaaalra aad Trinidad P
, Rata hew Oty. Caaal Ceew
SUv. U. w.
Vommg Worship
....... M am
sunaay acnoot
Night Bervaea M.
...... TP pm
" ,H .CWtTtCW W I30D ";-
1 B?aRf PfwWffaff
itra -Maaata Mam. Parte
Stsnday School 14 M am
Marning Worship ........... 11 -n am
Night Aerriea ..MUMn...tM 73 pm
4aarte Oerwr R4llh Bt
' stew. Wat. J. Jeaaaaeat. raw
SuBday SVrie .............. I N am
Mnrntng Worahlp J M am
Might errta 134 pm
- CKTTtCH OP GOO (peeiteeeatefl
ev. B E. wauwn, Onrm
Phone 442- Sox g&j, Gemboa 4
CaurrfMe at Parana, CI Frv, end
Mre. HeraMB a WbvteL Coieet, BP
(He. PemenAe Lorence), Bio Abele
iHev. and Mrs. Char" Havnet, end
Cetrve ae. and Ura. Clifford Groove)
Sunday aatd waehdaya ass-rice et aO
arrc-TTT rvfmrH
. Diaee nrkta, cj,
Ifutl OeatMl)
Cart V
Bea rt.
t-a-h-. C-X.
, PI
Skwrtel Err"et IMt. Dtahlo atehe
&mey t-tm .......... 5 aaa 1
ern fxnnita la at eaal

YotHb tni T 4 am
Fanf'e -nre T p aa l
Bed. A-t-e tu; dk Praroi 1-4 pm

Posis: and Bases

FrotMtaat ;,
Sunday School'..,;.,.
Horning Worship .....
Church-tlm Nursery
!'I!!v"'.V. looo
School,, 10:00
Sunday .School ; (Buildlna Na!
. 12) ,.,.,,.,. 4V 10h
Morning Worship 10:30
,: inursoay if Dvfnlng Mid-Week
Service t 1 SO
: Youth. ftUowihip Sunday o .. f 8 .00
Sunday School ,8 DO
'Morning Worship 10-80
Evening Worships i' i .... ...i,...1: 7!00
Worship Service. Madden Wye 7:00
. Worship Service, aRio Hato .. 8:15
, Christian Youth -Fellowship 4:00
Soldier's Fellowihip Thurl. K 7-00
Officer's Christian Union Thurs, 3:00
Sunday School ,jt. . v..i ...
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club).
Morning Worship :.1;30 A 10:45
Youth Fellowship ........ .i ... 430
Sunday School .... 30
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion first' Sunday j
; Kol Month) ,
, aaornuig worsnip :uu
.(Holy Communidn ; First Sunday
'of Month).
Naval Radio" Station,. Summit...
Va , V WJ f t
Dally Mass
''Sunday Masses v .... v. 7:00' A
Confessions, Saturday ; '. 6:30 A
' .Sunday Vi W A
v 30
Dally Mat
Sunday Masses :
CdnfsstonT-Saturday i.
.Daily Mais
..Saturday 'Masses ....
: Sunday Masses
0:30 A
i t
Monday -Novena. Devotions
Confessions Saturday,. 4 :00
: Sunday ..Mass ...j..
Dally Mass
vDaiuruay .iviaaa ,..,...
j Sunday Masses ......
Spanish J. ....
' Novena Services-Tuesday
: Confessions-Saturday ...
' 7:W
Sunday Mass
Saturday .
USO-JWB, Balboa
Friday v.
- Saturday,
USO-JWB (Balboa)
Saturday ........
Sunday School Bldg. 253
Morning Warship ..............
Prayer Fellowship Bldg? 353
Tuesday . . : A ...
KYBB Wednesday Post Chspel
Choir Practice Wednesday
Post Chapel ...... :30
FORT 'GULICK" 'i t i'WjM; ft)
Sundayi School !,?.4'K7.,Mti.l-' 8!S0
Morning Worship. ..r.,.,.rb,, 10:45
. Youth. Fellowship, Sunday "-4:30
Bible Study. Wednesday 7:30
Ladle Chapel Guild, 1st Thurs. 1:30
. Sunday School ................ 8 :30
Morning Worship U:00
Holy .Cornmunioji first Sunday
i Month)
Dally Mass
Sunday Maat
Confessions: Saturday ..
Sunday ..
t Daily Mass .............
nature ay aits ......
' Sunday Massee ......
Confessions, Saturday
7 itS" A
4:00 A
Dally Maas
. Saturday Mas
Sunday Mas ...................
Sunday Masa
I at
!. Greek Orthodox
Greek: Orthodser servicer are eonduct
ed at tha Church ef the Anunctation,
Via Bellaarlo Porrat, San Francisco de
la Caleta. Panama City, MH and at
the Church of St. Anthony, Avcnlda
Melendez. Colon. R J.. on alternate Sun-
da va at 8:30. For further Information
call the Offie of the Army Chaplain,
' f ; Seventh Day
;';V' Atlventist 1
Weekly Barries la all Churches a
follows 1
Sabbath School P3 am
Divine Service 11 M am 1
Youth' Meeting 4:34 pm
Wednesday Bibhr Study wM
SImvIm 9-m B.m.
Pacific Side Paaaati A Bathe DMrlet
Pntnr W. H BValUifwTal. 21 J 3S0
Cab Verde. Ave. J. F. do I Oeaa No.
17. i ....
fflurrUla asm Ha. XT
Pwebl Nuava 3-A Bt betweea 3rd
and th St. 1, t i ..
Rlo Abaje lltn at. no. n .'
Balboa Chapel S44 Cavil SB BA Bal
boa C Saturday only). '.
SaaaiMi Oarrbaa Psam4 aad
Craneaela Dlstrtet
Psator Ruben Burt ( --'
ci -.n. i tan w. a
CriauAiat 14)h A Beiiva Ave.
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- er"rs It utssaU ChurcAl Sunday
44 pm"

Keel Of Hey Grace
Passenger Liner
Laid In Virginia
i Thp keel-laying for the -new $an $an-ta
ta $an-ta tauiM, secouu oi Urace Line's
two, 20,0Uu-ton i express passenger
uner j Ddng built at Newport News
onipbuiiding 'and Dry Cock; Com Com-oauy
oauy Com-oauy 1 hi Vu-einia. took place re-

eenay--At ine adjoining ways her
sister ship; the new Santa Rosa, is
already lasing snape preparatory
lO lauucnjng in late August tnis
year. ,.i -; 1 .',-
'me keel was fair and truly laid
by four young lames picked to re re-ji.esent
ji.esent re-ji.esent me uullners and1 tne lu lu-iure
iure lu-iure opersiors. Fiom Grace Line
weije- iviiss miary Teresa it o r a n,
1'erminal Security i. iiepartment,
isew York,-' anu Miss Patricia Jrtey-
nolds, t reignt Cashier s uepart uepart-me.u,
me.u, uepart-me.u, lNew xoric. Iney periormed
their duties standing atop a 50 50-ton
ton 50-ton cemer keeD assemDly unit as
it was neid just above the keet
bioctcs by a gantry crane., ruiung
a way. at individual chain, hoists in
eacu corner ot tue unit, th ey
brought the keel : plate fastened
under tne assemuiyouto t4e
miocs. ' .
The new 5anta Paula, like her
sister ship,, will, carry JM. passen passengers
gers passengers and wi t hive an o v e r a 1 1
tenglh .of 583' 7"; a width of 84";
and a-sDeed of 20 knots,; Tonnag.
es in round numbers will fee: Dis-.
placement 20,000; gross, 15,000;
and deadweight 7,900. Normal
' The two ships are' being built at
a cost of approximately 23,000,000
each and when .they enter the
Grace Line fleet: will continue the
Weekly service between New York,
Venezuela, Netherlands West In
dies and Colombia which is now
maintained .by heir namesakes.
2 Sailors Survive
flight Long Swim
After Plane Crash
Navy told Friday how two sail sailors
ors sailors "miraculously" survived an
all-night swim to the mainland
after their small plane crashed
on a remote Florida key.
'V.The men were identified as Wal
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Luscombe p Ta n e, and Thomas
Franks, 20, of Sturgis.- Mich.
Both- enlisted men were hospl
talized for treatment of "non-crit
ical'i injuries following their ex
perience Wednesday night and
earjy' Thursday,
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. But Lt.VD. J, Llttle'of the fleet
all weather, training unit at Boca
ChicS Naval Air Station to which
the 'men were attached, said he
fept k few detaili .rof 'the rdea
front Cross, who checked into the
air station around, 4 f.nv Thurs Thursday
day Thursday following t a sWim of nearly
10 miles from 'Snipe Key. ,
' Cross told Little, that he and'
Franks were flying 'the plane, ap apparently
parently apparently rented from a flying,
service; about 500 feet above the
key "just looking around"
Wednesday night about 8 p.m. He
said he went into a steep bank
and the plane stalled, then nosed
into mangroves on the island at
40-degree angle.
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; He said both 'he a'hd Franks
were knocked out in the crash,
but neither was seriously hurt. Hi
said Franks regained conscious consciousness
ness consciousness first r and awakened him. him.-f.
f. him.-f. j Then they started swimming.
When Cross got to the sir sta station
tion station and informed authorities of
the j accident, a helicopter was
sent for Franks,'-who had just
come ashore near the station.
' lt was a miracle they sur survived
vived survived at. all" a Navy spokesman
' There was no explanation of
why the sailors chose to swim in instead
stead instead of waiting out the night on
the key and signsling for help the
next day.
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AFTER THE WAR DANCE Resting on their laurels sr
some of the yourntsters of Pack 2, Cub Scouts, who held fta

Indian meeting at their shack on Amador Road. Standing,
left to right: Francis Lambert,' Paul Fidanque, -Michael Betthv,
Danny Couttelenc and James Day. Kneeling, left to right;
", t John Kelly and Norman Mackay. ,i i

Three-Day -Tour For
Explorer Scoutt ,.
F.xDlorer Scouts from approxl-

mately five explorer posts on the : ghop, transmitters, carrying equip -Pacific
side will tour various sec-, ment, power and telephone equip
tions of U.S.' Army Caribbean on men t and a mobile radar station.
April 15, 16 and 17. The Explorers; w
are from the Pacific Distnc; Ca-I Two sect,ong are scheduled for
nal Zone Council 801. The tours, visit on Wednesday The Explor-re-.sponsore(Lby
U-S Army Ca-! cr SccutswiU visit .he Judge Ad Ad-ribbcariRa
ribbcariRa Ad-ribbcariRa part 0f a career Snd rocate "taweral office' (JAG) at

vocational conference during the
taster vacation period. j !'
Imiitt to 4 eight sections have
been scheduled.
On Monday', the Explorers will
visit the Ordnance maintenance
shops and electronics lab at Coro Coro-zai,
zai, Coro-zai, uey wm vtSu ute entire shop
after which' the group will be bro broken
ken broken down and the Explorers may
visit any one of three sections for
cliser observation. They are the
automotive, small arms and radar
and fire control sections.

Also ait Monday, the Explorers Amador Road ;h4tk (
wiU visa Hie iue a.iu .ceo -I in i yotmgers m tack 2 of the
ing office at Corozal. Here will be ; Cub Scouts turned temporarily ln ln-expained
expained ln-expained the norm al finance op- lU Indians, for their March meeu
era tions of the offiee,- the way," l scout shack on. Amador

vouchers are paid, checks distrib
uted, and how expenses are ac accounted
counted accounted for to the Treasury De
A tour of CFN radio and tele television
vision television it scheduled for, Monday
afternoon. The Explorers will
havp aa opportunity to leek
through s .television camera to
aae 'whet the cameraman sees,
record their-- voices, see hew
programs are' written, produc produced
ed produced and directed, and watch a
program' being aired. j.
On Tuesday, the Explorers will
visit the telephone exchange at

i-atmi n,v tin I ancprva- an
the scouts will tour the helicopter
wants you to

tomatw telephone exchange in op-j After each Den had displayed it
era t ion, aee relays, relay racks costumes by performing a wsr
and line finders, examine test e- dance, the Cubs were enterU.ned
quipmeat, batteries and power by the Den Mothers who showed
supplies. -. them how a war dance ahould be
. ... i (done, though some of the boys
They will also visit the Inter-' looked on with skepticism.- Des 1
American Geodetic Survey at Han' gave a skit in pantomime, and the
aar No. 2 at Fort Kobbe. There meetine closed with sodas snd coo-

.v to the reality of spiritual truth
.9:30 bjti. BIBLE SCHOOL (Class for' all
. '. Man can never know Christ nor be guided by the
Heyr Spirit apart from tsys Study cf the Bible.,
Btudy the Word la a fully trsded Sunday School.
; Fourth ii the .series Taes About toe Cross"
. 7:30pTmMN IN ACTION""
"r v Report fif Men Work r
Mr. George Schroeder. 6ec"y MeoH Brotherhood
"t Conclusion of series "Tacei About The Cross
, William H. Beeby. Psttor

and aircraft shops, control tower,
4... .... .j u ......4 .1 me Held.-
At the- Signal repair shops at
Madden Wve interested scouts will
see a complete field maintenance
Fort Amadir. Here will ba.explam-
ed the functions of JAG. such as
military -justice, legal assitance,
claims and military affairSV
The last section to be visited is
the Engineer section at Fort Ciayi
ton. The Explorers will observs
how drafting and computing are
done and how jplans are drawn up.
They will also make a trip into
the field to observe Engineer func functions
tions functions and projects in action. ,.
Cub Sceutg Make V ''
Like Indian At "-.:'.
Road. Thef theme for the month
waa Indians.. All the Cubs wore In Indian
dian Indian co&utues waue uy tnem tnem-selvs.
selvs. tnem-selvs. and each one: had his owa
home-made tom-tom. Each Den
had Us display of handicraft made
by the Cubs at their weekly meeu
lngs. .'" '.
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Of particular interest to the Cubs
was the live snake,, such as the
Indians are said to use in the snake
rituals, which was brought by Mr.
Thompson, who, in addition to
bringing .the Snake, gave a brief
lecture on the Ecuadorian Indians
and the process tbey use in head
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: In this selection of pictures we present the most varied and sensational stories from the sacred "DAY OF TRIUMPH" to o peal: of
excitement that no man, no camera has erer captured before, 'THE SHARKFI6HTERS."Drarrra of the West in which offection and
loyalty between two brothers is brought into conflict when one of them turns oat to be on outlaw and cattle rustler, "GUN BROTHERS."
Ripping from Tangier, to Frisco, to Tokyo, to Macao smashing the world's biggest crime syndicate wide open, "FLIGHT TO HONG
KONG." The man who climbed from a bar-room brawler to behind the scenes boss... who put his man in the U.S. Senate and almost
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Today, Holly wodd Is Mild;
Yesterday, It Was Mad :

scenarist Robert -Ardrey asked.
"What haPDened to Hollywood?"
in a maeazine article, he sum summed
med summed xxv his answer with; "Hol "Hollywood,
lywood, "Hollywood, the Peck's. Bad. Boy,
should never have reformed." ;
i But reform Hollywood did, re re-placing
placing re-placing mad nonsense w ith
hardrock business methods and
dignity. With my apologies, of
course, to Jayne Mansfield and
to Frank Sinatra who seem to
be the last of the red'hot head headline
line headline hunters.
- Private Hollywood lives 'now
and then -liven up the scandal
magazines, bufi there is no mon
key business Jtolntr on today in
studio front offices.: between
scenes or behind the scenes. The
characters and the Jokers, the
relatives and the phonies, the
star temperament and the ex
pensive airs, the "yes" mtn. ehe
lavish parties and tne wim pud pud-licity
licity pud-licity are gone with the, reform
winds. ; -MVi'-'i.';'
Yesterday Hollywood was a
dream world a Baghdad on the
Pacific :,.;-:.
Today Hollywood is cannery
row with palm trees.
It's a town of film: factories
wtin ttme caras ana or Business
managers, instead of bionaes. an
soda fountain stools. It's a town
of memories, too. Many of them
mad. i
"Remember when I first came
to Hollywood?" Sheldon Leonard
laughed on the set where he di directs
rects directs Danny Thomas' telefilm
shows. : ''Sr
Indeed I did. V"
,Tfte year was 1939 And Leortr
ard, a tov-rated Broadway actor,
was signed by MOM. His first
victure was with BUI Poweu and
Mvrna toy in the "Thin. Man",
series. He played a gangster
the first of the dapper gangsters
in a white suit. i
" "Did I ever tell you what hap happened
pened happened on my first day at the
studio?" S h el d o n wondered.
"How W S. Van Dyke the di
rector of the film, kept me up all
THS STORY WAS hazv to me
but it was one of those things. I
recalled, which made Hollywood

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. Cia. Mexicana dt
Teatro Clasico ;
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against 0
..Riding. ';
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a Peck's Bad Boy., It Was part

of the lost Hollywood legend
"That it could even happen."
Sheldon winced. "Is beyoned be
lief. But it did.".
The story as he tells it:
T was' rushed out to Kfolly'
wood at a terrific salary and
went to work for Van Dyke five
minutes after I arrived. I didnt
even have time to cheeck into u
hotel. After a couple of scenes.
Van Dyke asked me where I was
living and I said I hadn't, had
time to even loow. around.
With that he dismissed the
entire comvanv1 think it was
2:30 in the afternoon. : The
thought of how i much money
MGM lost vheji he sent everyone
home still bothers me Then he
saidl 'Come lad, I'll, show vou
ham' 1 line nnt.h.erit in Holly
wood." 'il"
"First he showed me an apart
ment hd kept In town and where
we had a drink Then he showed
me his beach home at Malibu.
where we had another arinK
Then he took me to his big man mansion
sion mansion in Beverly Hills. By this
time the cocktails were ready bo
he invited me to stay for dinner
"AFTER DINNER w went to
h harrom for mora armies.
World War It was on the horizon
and Van Dyke he was an ex ex-Marine,
Marine, ex-Marine, you may recall had a
husre map of Europe on the wall.
With a drink in one hand and a
pointer in the other, he started
xolalnlrig when, how and where
Hitler would march thro"h
Europe and his butler fre fre-ouently
ouently fre-ouently marched in with more
drinks. "1 kept protesting about
workln thi next day but he
wouldn't Hsten. :
-Bv-4r30 a.m.. as I recall 1
tnita Knlalnina thn war to Van
rtvke. At 5:30 a.m. he announce.
"I've called a cob for you: See
lo on the set at s a.m.
"I went to a hotel, shaved; had
an Ice-cold shower and -lust
made it. to the set at 8. Van
Dvke was there bleary-eyed
but chloper. One Iodic at me nd
he irnahed. 'What kannened to
vou? .TKfc like vou've been out
all nubt.' Then-he whlsnered:
"Tij 's Ho'lvwood- lad. Take
m advice dnp'. get mixed up
nrtth "haracters,' i
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Service D:;:nd2nl$
Eager Jo Deceive
Fond ta.7iiiizaIion

Over two : hundred servicemen
anu uieir uepenueais nave oeen
talcing aavanuge ot uxa opuonuiU'
tv to receive taik anupouo i vac
cine at me post of uru KoQDe
eucii montu, a was reported oy we
AoDoe iJisp-ensary tan vtmi. ,.
Mrs. Mary Harrison and Mrs
Grace Ciud are uie iwo qualuied
uuiacs uibpetibiiig the .shots, as
nas Deen reported many times in
uie past lntuviuuais runiunt the
greatest nsK oi contracting toe
ureaa disease are aepenutxits liv
ing la iamuy tioups wnere mere
aio young caLureu, ana if is tins
group, mat nas 'oeen responding
inosi. eagerly to tne campaiga um
mnocuiaaon. t
Given in a series of three shots,
the process is a painless metnou
ii iusuruii; tne vruuie i a in j i y.
va paralyuc pouomyeuus nas
fallen to a rate a
mong military- personnel, the Ar
my uopes to lower it even jurtner
by its extensive immunization pro
All service personnel and their
dependents are 'eligible for the
shots on a voluntary oasis.
Knights of SI. Paul
Plan Easier Parly
An Easter garden party. In aid
of St. Paul's Pew Fund, will be
held, on Easter Monday,1 April 22
on grounds of the National Dist'l Dist'l-lers
lers Dist'l-lers on the Trans Isthmian High
Tickets 'may be' obtJlned In the
phurch vestrv or from any mem
ber or the Knights of St.- Paul,
sponsors- of the garden ?arty.
Some of the attractions will be
dancuig,v fishing well, tombola,
grab bag.
Door prizes" will be given and
noveitv dancing contest vi)l t
held with balloons. T'c piny rc rc-gins
gins rc-gins at 5 p.mand will last until
midnight. V
Bus service has been arranged
from St.-paul.'! Church to the
grounds at the regular fare. V
Today Eneanio .35 .20
Jayne Mansfield in ;
. :'The Girl Can't Help It
with 15 Rock 'w Roll StarsI
4 "ln"cinema$cope1
.,tp t Hush Marlowe hi r
Toddy IDEAL' 20 JO
' ' 'John Wayne 1n f t
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tion's nation's least linown most
dangerous man ..

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the Screen: Remember when ? ai
most every movie queen piayea
bsthtub scene. With-, soapsuds' Jij
the camera s eye. y T -Down
the drain. Goae.
Todav it's auer-uath acting. Last
year it was Jayne Mansfield wrap-
nit,, "Will Success Spoil Rock Hun
ter?" Jayne's reaching for tne
towel again for the movie version
but now she- has-competition:;
From Martha Hyer, who plays an
eight-minute scene with David Nj-
ven while clad only in a bath towel
in "My Man Godfrey." 1
The eve iDDeal. savi Matlia,
is gVeater than the old 4 fashioned
up to your .necK in bubbles
bathtub scene.
'In a towel.'' Martha grinned.
"a gal can go and do as she pleas
es almost. A tub hides the fig
ure. A towel accentuates it.
hair of ., Holly woodites sometimes
rubs off onx their, "Oung sprouts.,
roiiowing tne ixs Angeies ntanng
involving private eyes who sell in
formation to" scandal magazines.
uene bherman swears that the 10'
year-old son of a female star was
Cfa Cyraos, S. A.
Phones J 1 791 2-1 792

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awakened by a flash of lightning.

l He ran into the living room to tell
ai ms mother
-'"hey, Mom Someone's trying
to take my picture from the out
side." .!.!-., j
( And mot too long ago, Romina,
me five-'- year old daughter of
T : i ; a: i l
tMuau vnnsuan, WMpwug tor, pic
tures with mama. After about io
'minutes, Romina held up her hand
jute a regulation movie queen and
i "That's, enough pictures, gentle
". Bette Davis is sold in television
because "TV's giving acting back
to the actors again. They lost it to
tne technicians
' Says Bette: "I had to get 'into
TV eventually. I had to find out
what this new thing was. And now
that I'm in it J love it. Uiey re
making film; the way we used to
make them. Hollywood will inherit
television just as it did movies."
- LIVING IT UP in Hollywood
note'. Marlon. Brando knocked, off
two banana splits topped with
strawberry soda in a local ice
cream parlor ... George Gobel says
one of the caddies at his -country
club is so skinny he's known as the
sveUtdressea JSo. l iron.
Rod Cameron goes to London for
a movie next month, accompanied
by -V' secretary his ex-mother-in-law
Mrs. Dorthy Alves-Lico i ..
Showing d Yqur Senic
- J6an Collins 4
Dewey Martin" r
- "Land of The Pbaraohs 1
, Cinemascope colon
', Sua. "Unguarded Moment".
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Difwcted by CHAFES WASQU'S Y'MH tfuuc bvOi!TRI T:DVKN


Lex Barker's still hoping for a ra

conciliation with Lana Turner. But
Lana, I hear, isn't in the mood and
ron't be.
fl HoUywoodites' Ar Talking A A-)put;
)put; A-)put; Jerry Lewis'; Jong ranee
plans for a Broadway musical in a
- coupie ot yars ;.i The inside rea
m vi
son why Laurence Olivier bowed
out of the Hollywood movie, "Sep "Separate
arate "Separate Tables." Co-producer and
star Burt Lancaster, .refused to
change .his own role-' to Qlivler's
liking ... The Dick Powell-June Al Al-lyson
lyson Al-lyson separation, leaving only
blushes in the office of a fan maga-'
tine. Current story about Jun
bears the title: "My, Husband It
WADE WILLIS definition. ef la.
Dation: c
'The period when you never had
U so good or parted with it M ;
Movie trade paper note: "EmDtV
ror Productions now is fully gearu
ed to flint -underwater commer commercials
cials commercials for TV, the first company to
offer this service.
Underwater is where TV announ
cers belong.Without oxygen,
'' rinink.'wltii hi head on.iht. hr.
to bartender: '''Gimme a double."
Bartender: .-Don't be silly. Yon
can t even 'lift your head."
Drunk :,:'i)kay.. men give me a
haircut.' -t j
Center Theatres Today L
GAMBOA S:l5 ; 1
"Desperados Are In Town"
Sunday "Teenage Rebel"
GATUN 7:00 r
Sun. "Come Next Spring"
Broderick Crawford
Marilyn Maxwell '
"New York Confidential"
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: Th nartv is to be Biven in hon

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t' ; i MfWirMent nartVtv fcoodr of Sf Homer V. Crooks- of
i a niit at the Ft, Amador Offieera' Open Mess,
A b"frt uVp wHlbe- sarreA .iartijtf a nd
sal at the door of the rlub

i i.

"I j:..

V ' i '. if


i ? Jrd Ml WnW H. Rodg

S -of ftalwr n'woance

for lihgning up ten or. more VrW
members. He also presented cita citations
tions citations to.Past Pest Commander G.f
Bonzoument and Past. Post Quar-

th ntage- termaster Iw Huffman for'.-.bav-'
ktrr': Marcis rmg 100 per:ewt Post membershipj
r -Vox: fcv i amUjeitattofc i a presented f M,

(v-; Miai Rudge


5 Mt i ax (graduated xroaa

f rrrmaw .and' Ue rcaaai

Tll. Mil

. i ?f .T-7rn1l and is r at

i iviltipnchool, Miami, Florida.

Past "Cominawif r-, Bpniojimet i for;

uie rosvs- ioyailJ :; way rrogram'

last vwrtf.i-.rf Y$:1

" Trjnciapl speaker V oi i the eve

ning, -Thomas -SeUars. spoke., ea

wait pr-r

Tba installation ceremonies war

iohoweu -ey a ouet aupper serv

es oy wia iaaie iuxyiary( i

, uii. Mucins f' i V !- Mj

. .((JtMLh: lJrr Mtr 14 at T: cm

W flawed

IF you are invited to a friend's

home for lunch you aren't expect

ed to spend the afternoon unless,
of course, the invitation is for s

bridge luncheon.'

Yew an snalty anume that
your luncheon hattess expects her

guMts te leave withitr an hour aft
er the meal it finished

Ticket On aia

Protv Johtf Guy Yowlkea. of the
liw school -of AiUucation, wilt
wincn will be held in. Gr,e,' i--f
Wisconsin's W""1 i'L' i'L'-frof.
frof. i'L'-frof. iowiKes will ta k on-T he
RespsbUtty oi Ability
uAmit atudenta wno


Mr -on K'h l iw ;

, "On Witn The iSuow" ihe tenth

annual aanca revue of the Doree

tunics 2cuuol ot ljauclng wui be

presenlea t the Katooa I'naaire

Anarp. Xic

Maintained a. scholasUc average of

reV" gOOo; 0 airtujin- r-;
ect) ia their studies dunag.tneir
w oe University
Vift'f hoaored at the luncheon

.trfwd AMdf ,J ) -;:.:

in r...tu.1 vpw past

'V f A capacity crowd attended the
Ulnallition, of th- newUr J

H. Moumblow Memorial Posi

'W and Us Auxiliary
I Mrs. B. Micek, AuxiUary install install-iac
iac install-iac officer installed the following;
resident,, L McDade; sr., vice vice-.esiaent!
.esiaent! vice-.esiaent! Rv Beichef; treasurer,
'fijjogel; chaplain, Wdodrntn;
, xaaueiress,. b. Payne; fuard, r.
Imeyt ecreary, -a.' etattmai;
- trusieei, N. Strickland. U." Me Me-Catigbty,
Catigbty, Me-Catigbty, B. Beicber; patriotic in in-B'rucirtk,
B'rucirtk, in-B'rucirtk, G. Bontoumet; bisto bisto-jiaa,
jiaa, bisto-jiaa, E. Woodrutf i and Bawter
Beai-er. N. Brownlee.
! t Th iastallaxioa of Post officers
followed. Departmeat Commaader
P. O'Neill, presiding, gave the
. etah ef eiiice to Commander. W.
Huffman; Sr. Vice OomsaaiKler
Garner: Jr. Vice. CammanJer. O.;

Irewnlee; Chaplain,- B. Fielding;

ance may oe purcnasea ,at tne

Oic i.jittx tK-uout oi lancuig

m tue KniMU'S .01 coiuinous nan,

ajoiuuh,. r iivia 'any oi me ianc

kcutteuus ox uu svuoui. xTce ox au-

.iLannt a vee lur auuua aud
rfu terns lor cauuitu. au poceeua
Ola UM) kilUr Wul feU v Ue V4-

unitarians P'n :
fSrawcu rerty

lumurrow Aiui-ning' llrl Robert
G. vox wui .-vaiuue aeries ot

kiX act'inoiu uu WuiuliMU, Htul

ne speaas ;it "iflrf tuitarian
ru aauit the vulu lot aiaP
war. ,m iu auureas,; c wul .ois .ois-cuS
cuS .ois-cuS tue 4m ui ireugiuus iitierata
in uppuuiK maeriawim as a pm pm-nu
nu pm-nu as a way ot at, uu
aso, ae waatiuamou oi materia-
aut id CuuiuiaiukL LuuilUiea and

eauau ttoriu. :T

eaura onui y

At aix-iu-iy tomorrow evening
a outlet aupr iuu ty ia sciieuuie
1 iiuwf m wo u ut meiflmers
wno "U a jcatiu awMi w Mia&c
j. .laitKij; aa u aitntciatiuu
..HitMi Kunuutricu tiy aar,
Lwti auu tor kar. rM: W. Our Our-;
; Our-; a cwifMiuVin jvr t v e r a 1

inuna as wtaiuat.

niit to icauar service at Mh3v

u cu at vue Vuivi'iajt xiur.

MS AilCUIt iVUIVax-U.- AdCuu. Ul-

ifitiM la oi aue weictMiie a

Minuay toornuig tur vaurvai ana

dial iitvuatioa is extended to

u-MtMie ot tne honoreea ana ot the

Unitarian Society to aueoa

Quartermaster, R. Micek; iost party at p.m. Reaervations

may be made by telephoning nal nal-oa
oa nal-oa 2xad, Uau, or 2teu v . :

Advocate. G. Bouxwmet; Post

fiurgeoh. U. HiU; Trustee. E.
"rlfiM aT Ririn. -and W.

maodmff. 1 1.A.W.C. Car

'i L'poa accepting the gsvel. Com- Party slated

aandr Huftmaa atated that her May 7

w$s very proud t have such an The later-American Werners
honor iiiwru unon kiBt a d,rCIua will sponsor card nartv at

hoped the Post would cewUaue ita.Ue Amador Officers'- Open Mess

fo4 work n the future. May irora i p.m. to a p.m.

fCeaaander Huffman sat it Proceeds from tni: affair will

that ta.' tad to- have !B to aid the Asile de la fnfancia

tuck aa bonar bestowed opoa him. of Panama

Historical Flight
Chalked Up By AF
Ai Verlijef Stars :
The Air Force today announced

the first "comwete flient" M a

let airplane which took off and
landed vertically without benefit
of a runway. ;

The historic operation, described

as a ''new technical DreaKtnrougn
in aeronautical science," took

place yesterday 'at Edwards Air
Force Base,, Calif.
The plane was the XlS Vertijet
which' was developed by Ryan

Aeronautical Co.' under an Air

Force contract anpounced In Jan

uary, 1955. ( .,

! Ryan test" pilot Petef F. Girard
whs at th controls when ttie little

Vertijet,' atanding on its ail, arose

from the desert eirnase,' tilted tn-

,to. horizontal position, imid a. nor

mal flight and then "sat down"

on ita tan again.; v .,- i
'To perform stleh a fet the 'jet
airplane: ''must produce thrust

equal to its weight sa that it can
counteract gravity without benefit

of a running ,ttkeoff.

The only previoas vertical take

off and landing aircraft, as dis

tinct from helicopters and various

versions of helicopters, were the
Navy's turboprop planes built by

cenvair Bivuton of General ;dv

bamics Corp.' and Lockheed 'Air

craft trp, -" -..- '..

. The urboprop and Verije nro-

Jects were set up in a effort to

meet the problem of provldin
adequate runways for today's his

speed jet airplanes.

Runways of 1.000 to 12,000 feet

have, become .commonplace and

vertical takeeif and landing is be

ing explored as the possible .solu-

uuu ID ill! (I1UUICIU.

The venie tr a Tesearch air

plane,' not the forerunner of a

combat vehicle. It is believed te

be slower than sound although th
Air Force would not comment on

bow fas i can go.

tier Assignments
For three Officers
Announced By Army

ANew assignments have been giv

en to two staff officers from head

quarters, U.S. Army Caribbean,
and one officer from the 20th In Infantry
fantry Infantry Regiment, it was announo
ed by Headquarters, U.S. Army

Caribbean this week.

ta r)f v v c: M M t

Avi. JV. r.A7. 01I11IUUI13. HI,. W
ecufive officer. 20th Infantry Reg-

anient, will be assigned to tne U.S.

Army Garrison, Quarry Heights as

aiay lv, :-
, '. '- -v -- :
Also on May 1. U. Coll John
H. Camnbelt, now on. temporary
hity with Carib-Ex control group
headquarters, will be asxifned to
G 1, Headquarters, U.S. Army Ca

- -

Lt. CoL L. A. Brown of GS,

Headquarters. U.S. Army Carib

bean, who is presently G-3 for Tssk

Force Hishtower, will be assigned

te the 20th Infantry Regiment ef

fective Hay 15.

IN 1 recent issue of a high-fash

ion "magazine are full -Da pa nnr.

traits of. two leaders of the fash

ion worm. -"
Both, in years, are old ladies.
But their refusal, to admit that
that they have long since passed
the age of youthful glamor ha
turned their faces into pitiful
masks. v i ,

with eyebrows arched i a n d
darkened, lips painted on to. simu

late the full-lipped look of youth,
thin faces deeply lined from years
of trying to keep a "young" fig figure,
ure, figure, heavy bracelets reaching half

way to their -elbows and -calling

attention to tneir wrinkled arms
their portaita are a sad commen commentary;
tary; commentary; on the "stay-young-forever"'
craze, v
- Those women don't look young
-thej ... just look pathetic. T h ey
have traded the dignity of age for
the silly look of women who re

fuse to admit' that they are old.

you can see women like them!
any time you go shopping, have

lunch In a popular dining room, or
attend some large social function.

- with dyed nair, too much make

up, too young clothes, too much
jewelry, they turn themselves in

to nard-faced caricatures of youth.

BESIDE them,' an' older' women
who isn't pretending, to be young

iooks as iresn apd pretty as a

flower. White hair softening her

face, just -thj -barest touch of
make-up, clothes suitable for her
age, soft and flattering instead of
trying to be Asmart," she takes

her rightful place in the world as
a woman whd has lived a tlong
time and isn't ashamed of it.
Every ag has its charm and
its own particular appeal if a
woman isn't afraid of the age she
But let her be so afraid of beine

old that she' tries to look half her

age, and all she manages to do is

to look pathetic.

LACSA Announces Flew Schedule

(PA-CO The current, LACSA
schedule (Lineas Aereaa Costa-

Trlcenses, 8. A. which cover

the heart of the Americas) is

the result of an effort to bring
greater convenience and more
comfort to the many customers
of LACSA who travel to San
Jose, El Salvador, Mexico, Gran
Cayman, Havana and Miami.
LACSA now leaves Tocumen
International Airport at 11:30
a.m. All flights are scheduled

in the luxurious modern Super-

Con valr, 340's which offer the

traveler greater comfort; such

aa, air conditioned cabins with

atmospheric pressure control,

long trips and the delicious
hot meals served aboard help
make the traveler's flights more
enjoyable ;.
Under this new schedule, serv service
ice service to Mexico City included only
two stops; one In the beautiful
capital of Costa Rica, San Jose;
and the other in prosperous
San Salvador, capital of the Re Republic
public Republic of Salvador. I
' LACSA now offers all the

comforts of first class service,
on the most modern, of planes,
for a cost of the low tourist

fares. Flights from Tocumen
International Airport to Mex

ico1 City now depart on Tues

and soft comfortable foam rub-1 days, Thursdays and Saturdays;

ber seats placed only two or while the flights to Havana,
the aisle.' These featured com- Cuba, leave Tocumen on Sun Sun-bine
bine Sun-bine 'to eliminate fatigue on days, Mondays and Thursdays.

Army To Discard Quota System
For Qualification Score! Plan

tVAGTYTrWfAV Ti k -MTalfflltatftlM rAlirf IrtnV Vkax1.aiey

eYentuaUy jplacinf Msliited rpomo-jTilim ichooUng, including GE0 e-

tiom in all MOS on a "promo-
tiAat ,i1it.if saata-.tmai ktlatia. dli

uvn fuasiii.avaibavaa a? vva vBaafa, war--
carding the quota system as such,
has been announced by the Army.

Expected te make promotion

comnetitive in tht atomic-age Ar

my-, opportunities lor new stripes

will depend strictly apoa individual

qualificatioat :, ..- '.ft
Shaped te the Cor diner Commit Committee
tee Committee recommendations for reward rewarding
ing rewarding productivity, eligibility for ad

vancement will oe determinea ny

composite score eased ea new

MOS'a proficiency tests.

Te be mfrednced fraewauy aa
fhf preficiency teats are develeaw
ed, premetiens eased en PQS'e
will first be made m MOS'a re re-uirine;
uirine; re-uirine; lenf technical tralninf
and in akill where ve-enlitmenf
rataa are relatively lew.

At present, promotions are mane

through Department of the Army
quotas established an the existing

grade vacancies.
When these vacancies are allot

ted to commands according te the
number eligible, qualifications va

ry and inequities between organisa organisation
tion organisation may occur, unless those who
may be promoted and quota are
equaL the Army said. ;

Here's now tne new pian wui

went?"- "
As ttia vnTi nroficieney tests.

whioli have been announced in DA

Pamphlet 611-2; hre- released; all

in grades E- tnd below may work

toward a Promotional yuauuea-
tion Score."

Tbe-POS'a-wiU be a composite

totsl of points bssed upon:

The test Score; time m graoe;
ratings by commanders and evalu-

and hoped the Pest would conu conu-Sjue
Sjue conu-Sjue i: good work ia the future.
Commander Huffman then prt prt-ad
ad prt-ad Past Commaader- Bonzou Bonzou-sett
sett Bonzou-sett a past Post Comminder'a pin
ia appreciation for his ervices.

tepHmrt Ctamsr3r O'Neill fPereweR Party

tre8tKl the "Hoit Tsik Forre'V The farewell party planned by
f rt to W. V :". T.aa. G. Borzou- the Balbo Women Club for Tut-
'. R. K tr& V. da iTernixri .I1 he po'xr)H to
wir. T)te fr wre presented a la'er date due to the iaabiuty

Kei-nauoo and tacket may
be obtained by e a 111 a f Mr.
Charles Garcia 2-1561 er 'lie I .A.
W.C.oXiice 2-3465. -

BalbM Wfa' Clue

cuncuA Talcum
Acts Like !.!3ic.

raM.soft.Wifhtfni raM.soft.Wifhtfni-hr
hr raM.soft.Wifhtfni-hr fnfraaS Cutteve


C-a (BaiacU

ptiaael. Kee tfca
kia fnak and v-aat.-Sotba
Pravaata, raliaraa
hmt aad dip raakw
too faritatMaav Bnyt

.' . f :'
' t, . X

Be Worry-Free
with M0DESS

New Deain kforwae i

with aa exJwiie aew fabric,
aofter tkaa tana. R give yew
aave ehaoTfeoery--eOfe coaaf ort
Owfy New Deaiga SSOOess of often
ten often each woaaufal saxary, aaca)
aatra aacoriry. Be aare te aao
ktooeaa, the unary p oe.aae
ahat preeais aocnea. Twer'w
aapkiBt as each baa.
Anotbet bigh-fuaiity product if

quiyjlenta earned ia service: anti-

tuae area scores; and ether spe special
cial special items, including -decorations,
combat infantryman badee. etnert

infantryman badge, combat medic)

oaage, combat service, and quali qualifications
fications qualifications in arm v" ."
With the eemeeelte Score en entered
tered entered in each man's unit record,

eemmaneere will r apart aeriedK

.'tsch aatk for lacluaien ia thie
column ihauld be lubmrrtad ia
typa-writtan form and mailed
tha has aumbar listad daily ia "So-'
cial nd OtharwiM," er dalivarad
V band te the officer Notice f
murine canaat be accapted by
Medical Association -Meets

The 604th meeting of the Medi Medical
cal Medical Association of the Isthmian
Canal Zone will oe held in Ward

17, Gorgas Hospital, on Tuesday,

April ao, mil at i:w p.m.
There will be no scientific pre

sentation at this meeting. It will
be a business meeting fir report
and discussion of the Inter Ameri American
can American Medical Convention h:ld April

3, ana s, isw. $

A buffet dinner prucdod by re-

iresnments will be served by our
caterer, Mr. Wallace, at 7:00 p.m.

TV Winners Relaxes;

Labor Would Cos!
Too Much In Taxes

ST. LOUIS (UP) Theoddre

Nailer, the St. Louis stock clerk

who earned $152,000 on a televi

sion program, settled down to a

me of leisure Friday on a nine-

month leave of absence from his

job becsuse he "can't afford" the

S2.000 he would earn.

"That extra money would put

me in a higher income tax brack

et," said the man who this week

paid $29,000 as part of his 1957

federal income tax. He figures

the tax on winnings totals $81,000.
The sum represents more than
Nadler earned in 16 years at his
$70 -a -week job- with the U.S.
Army records center here.
Leisure time is something he
never had, but he plans no study.
He has no library. He won't lis listen
ten listen to records. He does not own
a musical instrument and never
learned to play one.
I didn't have time," he said.
"I've been working since I was

lz years old."
Nadler, who calls his memory
"supernatural." said he did all

the studying he wants to do be before
fore before he started to work.
Mrs. Nadler said she hopes her
husband will have time to-learn
his-way around their" $15,000 five five-room
room five-room brick house purchased in

LDecember with, part of his iwin-

eally te the Penfaten the num num-ker
ker num-ker In each MOS by trade end
the order la which they ttand by
InateaaT ef quota i, the Army
will announce "cut-oft" qualifi qualification
cation qualification acere by trade.

ima mean mat all in aneelfle

MOS wbe have a 'POS above a

certain fixed figure, for instance
27a, will have a chance for promo promotion.
tion. promotion.

- This cut-off (core will be set so

that more men can be considered

than can be selected. Thus, for

example. If there are 150 E-7 va

cancies in the Army in a certain

ssua, commander may be author

ized te promote, sav. 50 oer cent of

wose aoove tne cut-on score who
are: 1. recommended by imme

diate commanders; 2. recommend-

diate commanders; 2. recommend recommended
ed recommended by a board of regimental er co
parable level; 3. approved bymaj.
or commanders. i

The Army says this system will:
Fhf promotion standards in all

grades on an impartial Army-wide


Put promotions on unit leveL

where .performance can be best

determined. r

Allow local commanders more

lee-way in making selections from
a zone of consideration.

The Army ssid. for the present.

the promotion system will remain
the same; point criteria will be an announced
nounced announced later; E-l and E-2 promo

tions will continue: it is anticinat

ed that a limited number of .the

proficiency 'ests will be admmis

tered during the latter part of 1957.

I lllilfilp f:liplM
111 I 1,

MATERIAL FOR USE in Canal Zone schools, both in EngUsh'
and Spanish, was presented this week by the Pan-American
Union. Literature, comprising three different publications, was
handed to Gov. William "E. Potter by Dr. Carlos Arosemena
Arias, representative of the Pan-American Union in Panama.
Left to right are: Owen B. Shirley, principal of the Rainbow
City Junior-Senior High School; Dr. Arosemena; S, E. Esser,'
superintendent of schools; oov. Potter: Henry L, Donovan,
civil affairs director, and Walter Oliver, supervisor of Spanish
, in the Canal Zone schools. !r

-TRirjg Mfa ih&oondc


tmmml ;V:



'He may have photograpme

mind,", she said, "but I still have
to tell him where to put things."




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i-i "Wnen iesus Entere4 TriumphfcntJy lntd
fc Jerusalem it Was Not With the Blare
of Militery Trumpete but With the Calm"
Voie f One WhS Spdikir Peaet te
Troubled Hearts,


9:30 Sunday School (Classes for all Ages
"Our purpose here is to: Reach them, teach them, vain them,
train them, and enlist them. Study ihe
tcord with us Sunday."


11:00 "Faces About The Cross The Multitude'

6:00 Youth Fellowships (Grade 4 and Up) j
7:00 "Faces About The Cross Two Thieves"
, A-




Announce the personal presentation of your favorite entertainer
-Avehno )Wunoz Tonight at 10.00 p-m.

and with him the most popular and

' outstanding musical group
: This yrar'g sensational rerelation
... Typical Music Group
Give your family a night of unforgettable
Joy at your favorite spot

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BEGIN SOCCER SERIES TODAY The soccer teams of the Albrook Field and Fort Qullck
Latin-American Schools were scheduled to begin a three-game series today at the Albrook
Field grounds.' The Albrook squad (top photo, left to right): first row, Jose Godoy of Hon Hon-r
r Hon-r dur,as, Atilio Segura of Chile, Gregorlo Ramos of Paraguay, Romeo Barceld of Uruguay; Jos
f Bueno of Uruguay, Juan Liciaga of Mexico, Roberto 'Rodriguez of Uruguay; (second row):
Raul Campos of Mexico, trainer; Mario Garcia of Uruguay, field captain; Luis Jaramlllo of
Ecuador, Victorio Armea of Paraguay, Noel Bram of Colombia, Marco J.' Rivera of Honduras,
, Francisco Zacarias of Paraguay, Julio Sanchez of Colombia, Wilson Golcochea of Uruguay,
! SSgt. C. A. Castro, trainer. Nelson Mufioz of Colombia does not appear in picture (Bottom)'
!tFort Gullck's team: (left to right, kneeling) Set. Mario Montero of Costa Rica, Capt. Rodrigo

I Escalante -of Costi.Blca. Lt. Raul Palacio of CpL Walter Campos of Costa Rica; (standing),

Paramay, Sgt. Gorgonio Fleitas of Paraguay, Capt. Rigoberto Padilla of Costa Rica, Lt. Ca Ca-talirio
talirio Ca-talirio Vargas of Paraguay, Lt. Eladlo Iriarte of Parapuay, Lt. Regis Leite of Paraguay, Lt.
Gustavo Maehuca of Paragauy, Sgt. Juan Taboada of Paraguay, Lt. .Alcides Reyes of the
U.S., sports director.

Work Up Pretty Goodv Lather
For Last Place Finish Picks:

By Milton Richman .
NEW YORK. April 13 (UP) The New York Giahts

read the newspapers, too, and they're working up a pret pretty
ty pretty good lather over all those experts who are picking

Biggest RP Crowd In YearsL
To See Bourne-Ibarra Bout

y: Byj; J: HARRISON Jr.

Promoter. Sidney Aria$ appeared assured todav of the larp-eat c-ata in vean for

a local boxing r)atch. at bantamweight champion Mefvin Bourne and top ranked con-
tender Toto Ibarra wound up tralnin for their 15-round title bout tomorrow liieht at'

the. Olymplo Stadium,. , '

our informal club for. the 'late -crowd

every FRIDAY and SATURDAY '" k

from midnight to 4:30 .m7 " r-


in the air-conditioned comfort of our BALBOA BAR.
Nightcap on-the-house at 4:30 a.m..

CAROL also pUys the piano in the Balboa Bar
lt p.m. to 2 a.m. Sun.. Tues.. Wed. & Thurs.

"What! sets me." iavi manatrer

Bill Bigney, "is that most of the
people who have picked us that low

haven t seen us at au trui gprmg.
They may be; in for quite. a sur

pnse.'; :.;;' r,.
Th Giants certainly didn't look

like tailenders yesterday as; they
licked the Indians, 8-1, at Jackson
ville,ria. Righthander Ruben Go

mei shut .out Cleveland alter yield

ins a first inning homer to Bobby

Avila. and wound up with a trim

fivehitter. :

Veteran Hank SSuar smashed,
pair of homers, his seventh

end eighth of th spring, and

rookie, catcher Valmy Thomas at

a eannactail for tha Giants.

With one came remaining in their

spring series, the Indians have won

10 games and the Giants pine.
Even some of the Indians have

the feeling the giants are being tin

derestimated in most quarters

I don't know too much about

the National, League, says Cleve
land outfij61der G e n e Woodiing,

'but from what we ve seen of tne

Giants this, spring we think, every

one is picking them.:'top.'iow...'' :
Washmeton is mbre or less" in

the- same .boat in the American

League. Few observers, see the
Senators finishing any higher than
seventh or eighth. Yet they rose up

to aeiej.i me wor:o cnampion ran

kees 11-10, at Griffith. Stadium yes

terdav. : t :

The Senators got to Don Larseo
for seven runs in the' fifth inning
and then went on to- register the
victory at the, expense of southpaw

Tommy Byrne when rookie Lyle

liUitreu singiea nome Kov sievers

from second .base in ? the ninth.

Han .pauer, isiston .Howard,- Bui

aKowron ana wooay weia all horn
ered for the Yankees while Siev

era and LuttreU did likewise for

. ';-
Raekle outfielder Carl Powis
singled heme the .winning run in
the eighth as the Orioles scored
a 32 victory ever Cincinnati at
Baltimore. Al .Pilarcik homered
for Baltimore while Billy Loee
and George Zuverink split the
pitching chorea for the winners.'

iietore the game, Cincinnati sold

pitcher Russ Meyer to the Boston
lied Sox and bought the contract

of pitcher Rani Sanchez 'from-Ha

vana of the international League.

Meyer, with the Cubs most Of last

season, had a 1-6 record while San

chez won Id games and lost six for
the Cuban olub last year. r
Frank Lary and Paul Fovtack

combined to pitch the Detroit Tig Tigers
ers Tigers to a- 92 victory ; over the Pitt
.k.,Fnh it r'kiii.lntt. M P

Ron Samford .homered for. Detroit

while ..Harvey Kuenn helped him

self to three of the Tigers'. 16 nits

The Red Sox jumped on Granny

Hamner lor tnrae runs u tie
eighth" to trip the Phillies, 5, at
Richmond.- V a. Robin Roberts

pitched two -hit ball for the first
seven innings hut the Red Sox- got
two runs in ,the- fourth en Frank
Malzone's double and Dick. Ger
nert's homer. Rookie Ed Bouchee
homered for the Phils..

Arias reported! marked in

crease", in advance ticket sales at

nuon raaay ana the crowd estimat.

ed at 700 persons which watched
Ibarra box four rounds with spar sparring
ring sparring partner Byron Cumberbatch
yesterday afternoon indicated the
mounting enthusiasm for tha a-

pen air iigni program..

1- f

i t s


Bourne's failure to work out at
the gym yesterday disappointed
the spectators which included
Panama v Boxing ,, Commission
president Jose Regelie (Pinky)
Arias. Si ?. ,. my ..T..;s,.

. On hand however.' and a parti

cularly interested onlooker during
Toto's j drill, was the champion's

cagey- trainer Aubrey (Colo)

' ; In reply, td; questions. Woodruff,
who seemed smufi and confident.

explained that Bourne boxed six
heats theay ; tefore and was "so
sharp" he needed no' more hard

womouis. ine cnammon n rea

dy." he declared.- v

ine trainer also brushed off ru-

mi j that Bourne was havinar dif

ficulty, getting down to the 118-

pound limit, and was weak from

strenuous reducing. T-f i r

That's a laugh," he said. "He
will, make not one ounce over 117-

vi pounds at weigmng-iQ time Sunday-morning,
and, will enter the
ring as strong as ever'-.,,
; Ibarra weighed lie 34 pounds
after yesterday' tuneup and his
Cuban munager-trainer J e r g e
Molina Aietta said he 'was sat sat-isfied
isfied sat-isfied his bey Is la great shape.
"He has trained well', he an an-nounced,
nounced, an-nounced, "and I expect a great
fight out of him. He should be et
117Vi pounds Sunday morning.'
Both trainers said, their fighters

wouia ao only loosening up exer exercises
cises exercises this afternoon.

Yesterday young feafhereight

Tito Marshall, who fights Enrique

ferea in tomorrow s semifinal,
created quite a stir at the gym
when he slugged toe-to-toe with
the experienced 126-pounder Rodol-

zo Francis over two last rounds

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Where Would They Be Today

If It Was Not For. Sports?

Francis, who dropped a' decision

to jesus saniamana a

months ago, is training for a re

turn match" with the Colonite

pril 21 in Colons

couple of


rt-W. ,ieiisi imM'ii wiiMieiawaUjf-ji

The husband who hos kept
Nmself buey as e bee sometimes
wokes UD to find hie hnnau mlu. :

NE YORK fUP) Where

would they be today if it wasn't

for sports?

You get a lot of surprising an

swers when you ask that Question

of the guys who are. household

and headline names- They're all
glad, too, that the breaks came
4L a.1 ...

iub way ueyi aid.;; j.,f: r

The possibilities range-all the

way trom plumber to president

"i," ssys unuca uressen,, man manager
ager manager of the Washington Senators,
"might have been yardmaster by
now in the freight yards at De

catur, iiu i aurtea as a switch.

man and was a forem.n when.; I

siaijea ,pia3(ing,, ,au,y S;fi- fc)'lufc;

.j-,- -. One A Creenef ., A,r

Hove over; Sinatra- and Come,
re over, Sinatra and. Cdmo.M a

Because Claude Harmon, the for

mer masters cnampion of goii,
had his eye set on being a croon

er. Claude actually toured with a

band as a singer in his late teens

and "had a hard time making up

my mind whether to be a pro golf

er." f

Ray' Robinson the 'former mid

dleweight champion who -tries to
regain the title from Gene Full

mer next month, knows without

doubt that he would have been a

dancer --'- which he was lust be

fore, making his curre&t 0BV
. .,
Jimmy Thomson, once famed as
the longest hitter in golf, allows
that he would have been a pro professional
fessional professional soccer player in Scotland,
if it hadn't: been that' bis father

led hjm into the fairway sport, v J'
TTria-Speaker,' the Hall of Fame,
outfielder, figures he'd "orobsblv

Lbe climbing telephone poles in

Hiiisboro, Tex. which, is what X,
did -as a, kid, ,x riji
;f irethers Make Cif ere
"My tw brothers V graduated v
from high school and went to work
ia a cigar factory in Tampe," says
Al Lopez, manager of the Chicago
White, Sox. ''Maybe JMs .what, -I'd
have data.'. ;-Yvf.f.,js.;w
'- ,,! V-iV i Jt t;; V ') i n'f,
Tony Cuccineuo, the, Watte Sex -coach,
; started out -as a plumb
er's helper on Long Island,
Billy Jurges, (the former big

league ahorstop, would. have filled,
the "president") category, he'j
certain. ''-(. :

- . .,'
The fellow I worked, with i !a

president, of ,that bank ,nowt". he
grins.. .,
But none of them; would do H
any differently now-. On that you

can lay odds.; ;.--, a,1

"" 1 ', ..wgsasi

CASEY'S KIND Tim Rirera of the White Sox busted into
the Yankee dugout to take Gil McDougald's pop fouL And
he brought .e.smiU-of appreciation from Yankee Manager
C.VtT sLten,1 wh loes -iajr thia-Jdnd ei pUy as -only a
ey Useball gur eaa, -

Just Arrived!!





15 m

The German Ford

m a w mm -


R. C.-Casanova, "Knobby-Keller
and Tom Sellers led the bang
boys in celebration of the after afternoon
noon afternoon Trap -ritual at the Cristobal


In fact every tune- you taste tha
richer, ameother flavor of Four
Room Bewbon, you'll flnd re re-,
, re-, Dewed pleanre eoauee the mar-,
valooa taeta of thk finmt bourbon
W ahraya dependable: ;

Gun Club on Wednesday, April 10,


each expertly destroying, in his
prime effort, 24 lively if artificial

Sfd. Arncricin Shifts
4 c) finders

JS o.p.j. 4 rol sysfera
Parts aviniblc roodly tod In USA.




TEL. 2-4721.

latent ui xreshest sort, one
Elliot Lauber, from- the -USARCar-ib
School at Fort Gulick, entirely
innocent of prior shot gunning, sur surprised
prised surprised all hands by pulverising IT

targeu. ana usea ine same full
choke barrel to good effect on a
i string f Skeets. displaying- envi-

; able aptitude for the sweet" and

ea: k :
. .F. Cbollar 23
Walter Johnston- 22
Joel Cook ; 20
Don Myers 20
W. W, Rowland- ' ' at
Shorty -Sehexnaydes and Sellers

tied up, at 24 to top the Skeet list.

j Joe Kueter, Jot Sutton, and Walter

j uonxuja aamui7 .uviif 10 aeatn
22, 22 nn 20,. very respectively.
ChoUar got 21, and Rowland, 20.
i As of recent date, only Lee Carr,
Maurice- Holmes and "Knobby:
Keller, of Tacific Side and middle
distance areas, nave refreshed
themselvea et the Cristobal. Qub
oasis ia prepsration for the C. Z.
SUte Shoot to be held here in May.
Shooters predict that familiarity
with the- terrain will be reflected
ia the score, and Cristobal Gub
officials have urged all interested
persons to sbarm theirskill here.
Sbotgonnrng starts each Wednesday
afternoon at 4:30-and .o Sunday
raornug.-Mjy S, a registered 50 50-mrd
mrd 50-mrd Trip rootest will be held for,
the C. W. Stevart. 2$-Yard Hanoi-'
cap Trophy.

H If v
r f f
l i

tu. rovn

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It's, time for the finest 11 1 . i f
Four Roses Bourbon
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Chicago White Sox are gblng to
, do it this year. They are Koinj? to
heat -the New York Yankees for
the .American Leape pmnant
, 'nd refresh b 3ubway Sen":
1 marTcMttTb Cincinnati
? .iMtmrtAirlbAdvt."'.

VV 4. Cleveldnf ;
.,' 1L.5., Boston.- r
' it' floitimore
75 Kansas City
. & u
a. wasnmgion,'
" ... iui. nVUti cava If.'n
'man ry ta the Yan-
iKee5jana.,xuu. ZTXl
Mickey Mantle" can, hit 0 home
runs an Don Newcombe can
. iock parking lot : attendants
x v As Ion as Minnie Miftoso risks
fill earcftssto net on bAse (hit
23 times -last yer .-and NelUe
fFdtfefcncrain his jaw with to-
bacttbw Befioy;Lppea ha dan dangerous,
gerous, dangerous, club In Comlskey Park.
, They can un like his Indians
couldn't,!nd th Pitching could
v. nsi' nsatinnal With Billy
Pierce. Jack Harshman and Dickl
Sm,nt,ah Yiritiff A little first baa
inn and 4 lot of hittims' by Lar Larry
ry Larry Doby miRht shove them .on
ton. We say it wUl.
On' vaper, tht Yankee are are-the
the are-the Yankees. Casey Stengel feeis
this is his best teanu OohiR a a-eainst
eainst a-eainst themi yow automatically
Qualify as wemier ttwt
r atabber. We're doinn it Jot the
' simnle reason it's-time somebody
beat them., Percentaces Insist
they're due to5 lose. We like the
flstures-and the caiisox. f
v The Tinersuri a couplr ot
notches, hare a star to M Ka Ka-line,
line, Ka-line, Youll also like Jack Tighe,
their refreshing anaKer.
' Except for the pitching. Cleve Cleveland's
land's Cleveland's wearing out' by -degrees.
And how rnuchV longer tan Ear Early
ly Early wynn and Bob Lemon teep
popping them by batters?-
Even Ted WilUams 'MM
Red Sox are no better than fifth
place and' have only two pitch pitchers
ers pitchers Frank Sullivan and ,Tom
Brewer. :amd mo infield. No spat
vr trit,h""rhe Bnitter.-!- --i '? r k
. -Paul Klctrards Is still trymg to
" do it wittt castof fa -at Baltimore,
and standing stllli A rookie third
baseman. ? B r o o k t Robinson,
nhows some potential, and Ous
. Triandos has it in him to. be become
come become a catching standout .-a ;

Losing f Gambler; Reruises

Toi -Sell r:J;rp

v' .j, h W'ry't f-ii TT,

WtAMC UVPt i ? 3et-a-Thouand
Kitil Silbermsn is brushing off

V ; invn who mieht pay hlmrS mil'

I lion dollars for his losing ticket on

t Tha Hunt-sooken "httie muuon
aire, who beU up to $20,000 a day
and $2,500,000 a year on toe bor
es. nys. "I have to own a race

i But Silverman hst discovered
' that running a horse plant causes
' more, headaches than making' a

- dollar from the federal govern government.
ment. government. A congressional committee
1 learned that Silberman once par-

i Mta S6,ooo into 11,173,000 tnrougn
0107811 profits' oh a Federal
Beusing Aothority 'proejct, in; Bal Bal-'
' Bal-' tJmore. Congressmen eriticifced
Kilberman but took no actiom
r t The Florida .Racing Commis-

' ilon, however, issued Silberman a

losing ticket on his hone rce
track on April 4. It revokad Trop-
ieal's license because suberman
bet "on credit" and let friend

f Use his track telephone -to call

1 f bookmakers, r, . i '"
;i Ever since, buyers nave Ened
" up to acquire the parirautuel gold
Bilne which cost Silberman $2,500. $2,500.-'.
'. $2,500.-'. 000 in 1953.' License r m license,
Silberman ssys flatly, "the track
is not for sale." Ha tamed down
; an fofer ef $4,300,000 in February.
In posasibly the gretent gamble
et hi career, the cherubic Silber-

Th3 PsciHc Sl2:rn HaYigdlcn Ccni?:ny
' M.T. "SANTANDSR" .........................-Aprll 14
' M.V. "SAUNAS' ... ....... V t. AApril 19
. : -! .and francs l. i -.- ,mC ;.'.
fAh--Cenditined i...'.. ....May 21
S R. TtlBA DEL HAR" (tt.tZS Tana.)
t M.V. "REIXA DEL PACIFICO" (lt,KX tens.) ......lone 2
.to rsiTrn KINGDOM omECT .

B-A. -HESUTA" 4....,
SA. "COTOfAXr ....

SA -LOCH RYAJT .April $1
S.S. XOCH GARTH" k; ..April tg

M.V. TARAGCAY ...........April 2
8 8. XOCH AYOV I... .April 2
PANAA1A: H237$ EAIXOAt !-!?$


Reds will help this win
ning in the National uague.
After evaluatmg the major
league teams in training. . we
took our figures lri hand and
looked them over. They insisted
the pennant races will come out
like tbls:;,,,,''
rtlt'fy 1't t'. .-l'f ;
' ."2.' Milwaukee vf 'U'
f.'Z3- Brooklyn J- -'.,J
SMoui J
'5. New Yor tZ
"T s. Pittsburgh ,
. ' 7., Chicago .''!
t i?. PAodetpW-,
If Lou Boudreau keep getting
more Yankees, they could shiit
the Kansas1, City lranchiae'.,to;
Denver without loss ofirecogni-
tlon.'jsnough class rubs off W
keep them a pitch-above Char Charley
ley Charley Dressen's Sena tow, who are
hopeless; ; i V' i
In I7K National X-iftt. the)
same threesome '. will go right
down to the wire, with a reverse
order of finish. Birdie Tebbetts.
with the help of pitching coach
Tom Ferrick,' has more hurling
help than anyone thinks, and all
the sluggers you'd want i' t
1 Milwaukee, blessed .with-talent,
still is weak at second and
in leffcThe pitching, though, la
the best in the jmajors.
' Every year the old Dodgers are
supposed to" be wearing out.
They finally .may this year, pee
Wee Reese, -now a eodger of 38,
smply can't keen going for ex example.
ample. example. Campanula's catching is
still the key arid' he's doubtfoL
1 Frank Lane has his St. Louis
ultimatum from Oussi Busch,
but another year In which to de deliver.
liver. deliver. This season, he still has
Stan the Man in agile shape for
first division finish; v
1 The Giants are mv' darkhorse
team because this may be the
year WUUe Mays puts it all together'-
hitting, running and
fieldltai.The pitching's hot bad,
but the catching's weak 'unless
a trade uncovers another receiv receiv-trV'.T
trV'.T receiv-trV'.T f: !5t -'K 1 i' i.:1
The' Pirates play exciting ball
behind Bobby Bragan's bold
talk, but' they :!ont have the
team .-depth; to sustain wlrming
habits.' The Chicago Cubs have
Ernie Banks and a new manag manager
er manager Bob .Scheffintf." Period, The
Phillies are headed downward as
the elastic wears out of Robin
Roberts' amr The one-time
whls Kids are woozy. r 1
pic I ;Pa r k
man lfwsg'ering rthat -the-Tlortda
supreme court will let h rm
tlnue, to operate Ttopicat But the
gamble could be like one of the
irequent norse -tips"- Suberman
seeics. Most or; them lose.
, uruciais or -two other race
tracks,' Hialaab and Culfstreara,
would like to buy'Troplcal, turn it
into a housing development and
split the trick's rating dates be
tween tnem.--w. ;!..: ..:.-.
There have been nearly a dozen
other feelers, including one from
TCxas oil million tire Clint Murch Murch-ison.
ison. Murch-ison. But a dred-ln-the-wool hone-
player can readily see why Silber
man is reluctant to part with his
private horse palace. 1 '. -'
: According' to ; witnesses at the
race board hearing Silberman
had a private fioo mutael window.
A runner placed the cblers bets
over-a private telephone. tn the
window. And Silberman ran op
debts as Jiigh as $60,000 betting
"on the cuff." He always settled
uo bv-season s end. ? t
Silberman admits he startea
betting on horses at the ace of 12
But he could not indulge seriously
until he sot the FHA windfall.
That money launched Mm into
snorts at Randall Park in Ohb.
controlling interest in the Cleve
land Browat prefeMiontl football
team and lOWnership of a Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland harness racing track, AQ
were sold for a. tidy profit. ',
.April it


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Business WemtitV League
c 1 .'"'.. v-. '.!
A larza Broun, of friends -' s n d
bowling enthusiasts itwn essed an
exenmg light tr the finish in-Diablo
Service Center Alleys Monday
evening WHen Abernathy bowlers
won three, games Irom the cnevro.
let-Buick team 'and : the -League
championship!".- '
f Spurred their, own private
Cheering aection- led-1 bv Charles
Aberbathy, the team sponsor, the
champions won the last game from four pins and
avoided tie roll f off '. with f Bovd
Brothers, the team' which was their
closest competitor-'throughout the
season. r i f '," j ,''ir 1 :
' Marge, Kodgers. with high Series
of S27 and Mlmi HIetzger with 490
wera high1: scorers for Abernathy.
The Chevroiet-Bmck -1eaaie ended
the season in sixth) place with Su
san Boles leading with a 504, her
urst .son series. ...;., ; 4jj;:v v
1 In: second .place Boyd Brothers
led by "Betty Nesl with 450 and
Maxine Johnsea with 445 took three
points from. Pan American Air
wavs and remained one noint be
hind ADernatny. a position : they
bav held for- many weeks .The
seventh, place PAA ; team high
scorers 1 were Anne Slmrak; who
picked up a 4-7-10 split in her sec
ond game, and Ann Thomas.-
ranama uearettes came in third
with Dei Peters leading the '" way
with a 509 series, .followed by Ger
trude Garnie with 400 for: a, two
S)int win over Mountain Dew. rat
unter and: Millie Kelly, were hlg
for .the Jifth place MQuntain, Dew
'No Ml Dire Lounee In' 'fourth
eace gave up the last place Sa Sa-n
n Sa-n Alex team. Even the help of
T&eima v amDv 484 and-! Joan
HuL.e's 462 series for, the.Lpun-g
era was no: enough to take a single
point from the determined Salon
Alex bowlers led by Murrell Mit-
chussen and Eva Stmson.:.Eva al
io picked up a. hard sput the.a-7-
10. .- ' '- "-
There will pe V Special meeting
Monday, April 15, at 7:30 p.m. in
Diablo Service Center, 14 present
the prizes and to. elect officers for
the coming year Everyone is : re
quested to b -epersent.'
,.H -' !:-.u ?
ill AriWoa rLo
Xbemathy ;- 55
Boyd Brothers j 54 w
Panama Cigarettes r. : 4a Jt
No Mi Disa Lounge 40 44
Uotmtaia Dew ; ; MH 454
Chevrolet-Buick 1 r $7 47
Pan American Airway a 33 SI
Marge Rodgera
Thelm Casmby
Armenia MeUgJT"
Lilliaa Gunn
Maxiaa Johnson .
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W would -set x-i far as

people; are carryint; Teddy; JJadierthe bnman encyclopedia,
slJU you'lLnotica they neyep Ask him any real tongbjes :--.' such

ajf-fWhatja the name ef tb
jr ..'. .. .. ,.

V The 'atrUJundfdg llttl -Armyr.tt0cK''cIerlV' uldn'i' ever-, get
that one. Very few people actively, engaged in tbfr fight game

wpuld, for that matter; in- f.acti

appearing' act sihefl -Judge ..Crater,, r y. forrk

I ,u;d I'atterson- Is IRe' only;
came less known as a -ohanipioil.

ars told this jtrape situation! is, jaotvof the fighWs making,
or desire.-.: His ,manage is simply, too -busy, trying to- book- pre

liminary; :rigterf to -pay, any ammeawte:enwn 10 xne,cnam--xt
i?Mii.lnn'. 'tiiil .iiVriif miiirt iifribr'VDV'fris nevertheless

trbe. Jim UBC)-.rNarr1s wants Patterson to. defend atalnst Hur Hurricane
ricane Hurricane Jackson, iome June., This IS 'a big Wioney. deal as Is any

deal Involving lbs world heavyweight charopian.. Dut to constan
tin D'Amato It appears to- be a matter j secondary Importance.
';D'Amato Is Pattarson,a:manager.J,';Ml,vB know how
many of .'myothtt fighters, Uorris is.: goln09.tjake. of before I
Ulk yrtthihim Jbou
ame jhe Prince, of Homburi Xt Yoix riave' any
d0ubtK prove he affected.this form of Tisadgear long
befora-the President) for -seeking, to keep Jais, entire ;stable
busy.VbUt ihe way, he's playing -It;. -tha issue-has: blacked out

the. big man: Which' would; seem : to be neither .good business
ndrgood showmanship., Vm,:::) 4'::''Z hA: '.. i

'i. 'Maybe Patterson
Hterson anouia lap
ue? I'nv the world'
'.'RemBmber ne7
.5 :rv
' 'A' Coming

Meanwhile.. a young, New. York light heavyweight.

Ir'almost eerta'pr to have attained full heavyweight proportions

tn another vear.v. nas taxen ine neaauncs wy irom
son. t 1. .'Tony Anthony was nothing hort of sensational in
dispatching Chnrk -Bpieser, Detroit home pride, to groggyland
in-lastiPrlday'a TVer, nd the odds were 2Mr-l hed wtad up
eating with the help.. :. .- vv r -.

.The-' state "of 'Anthony's-' chin had scrambled the price-

makers' figures.- It was aupposed to be composed or pure spoae.
rw, M.M.imi.Miit Yim'it- bem known to to into an alarming

awoon. from the ominous hiss ot

A bad Trap," eoanters hW manager, Ernie Braea. one of the

nicer Broadway characters, rup to a year age Anicny kuiui
. MMiiiamfriit He hal ktartd t fill out. and making

weight was m ardeal that eat,
If b-- I4 hatfr weaa nu,
weaker.7 ..'. :,;'w.i i .- i :v'.'
o.t once -naturewas allowed
Tew.naturaUy Into- the

-When he got off the -floor to beat Clarence Hinnant In Wasn-irtn-
last fall I knew we dldnt have to worry about that

china chin stuff any more," i

iifhnr,t,. i Trrim rrftituaie of the amateurs ahd his

next apoearance will be against Archie Moor .for. the.Jlght the.Jlght-heawwelght
heawwelght the.Jlght-heawwelght UUe In June. iJ, v,--Know
wha Bpieser said1 to my man after he knocked-him
out in Detroit?," asked Braea. "He said, Tony yon can't miss
stoppira Moore, and. writ's more, you are going to be the next
heavyweight champion.' ; ; ,
..; ,' ,-.,... 1 '' t't

. - '.' Made the ti Match ., f".x-
. Braea' la V-native New Yorkeout of the Bronx where he
kttended it. Jerome's, boxed on the club team and later train train-Mi
Mi train-Mi their Oolden Gloves elielblea still later, he managed Tony

Bell, his best until he got hold of
im w r Bnhi'(t

tarn's eaneback to protect thH rmirkrrs, he eonceived and made
the key snatch. the- one with Rocky CsstellaaL . that ledte
the Satar Maa'a ret-inlnr the middlewoiikt ebaaSplonshlp. The
winner ; was to neet Bob Olson,
As a aeml-trro catcher. Braea got a tryout with WasUnrton
la the 20S. . -I ws to start wlttt their farm club bi the PiecT PiecT-mont
mont PiecT-mont Learoe for t00 a s'ajon. X was maktne 1710 a month
workina- tor the Pennsv R R. at the time, so I dedded to stay.
Maybe I wouldn't erer get to be the president of the railroad,
but at lean I didn't figure to starve." '


7 I'
1 1
3 1
to- Mr the- $84,000 Challenge
current heavyweight channpion7"
..'k. .-.
ihis'- hia been -the- greatest dis
heavyweJght.!n's histnfy'who; be-
tnan he wasa cnaueiger,' we
mm vu, oiiuxuc. uu
pham9lon,', .
a missed hard right.
Into his strength and stamina.
nia sne n ""
' '
to'taxe rta course mna numj

light-heavyweight division Braea says

i. i t
Anthony. ,
wha bandled Smrar Kay Kebln.

Gold Diist

,:;: PICKED, J
COLON Coach Rodolfo. "Fifi"
Tom and his. newly christened out
lit will begin their practice ses
sion tomorrow, morning at 9 a.m.
This 'team; now named Marlboro,
played tmder the Chesterfield ban
ner last season and finished sec
ond iff the final- series 'losing-to a
determined. Cerveza Balboa, t:
In a meeting with his .player?
last Sunday, ,Tpnr made, it,: known
t them that hard 5 work is ahead
of tfhem as the team -this- season
will be considerably weaker as, the
core -of his top-playersehtr to the
US on scholarships-and would not
be back this season.-He also- made
it known .that" several; new" faces
will be on the," roster this coming
year and. that any player" Wishing
to tryout.for this, club is welcome
to the practices ,, & 't. ' i
Tdih. a conscientious fird work
ipg coach,' has been, losing weight
as a result ,:of bis intensive- plan planning
ning planning of the; coming practice ses sessions.
sions. sessions. Tom and team, wner; -Carf
los. jEleta,; are banking' heavily, on
this Colon, outfit maintain their
high standard, of play and thus rfr
gain the title of- the Liga Mayor
de Baloncesto de .Panama.
PICKED 'u 4x:1
!Auther astuto Coachi 'under the
Eleta banner,: Raymonds Kam,
made, his tentative .team 'for $.
coming season- and iiere.with we
publish the- names of vthe; player
clusively. - & '-"- p f
ICam, told US tnanaisiaennueiy
wilt, be the team but, there-are
three other player?- working out
wtih the team that may yet be in included
cluded included on th eroster later,
Players picked are:; v'
Luis Parfaith; Arturo. Agard;, A-
dolfo Tinker; MalcoIm.,Sanduord;
Alfonso -JFrszer; .James- Miltoii ..(1)
George -Hall (!); Cedrlc .'Bailey ;
Ivanhoe ?McPhersonf i;V 1 c eat e
White: Dario De Leon: am.on ie-
yes ; Hector Montalvo ,( )..
(1) Names bearing, this sign are
rookies on the ciup.
President Herbert Hoovers
fondness for boneRshina has
beeiv inherited .by his grand granddaughter,
daughter, granddaughter, Louise.- The flrat be
ever caught, taken off Key
Largo. Fl.. weighed nine and
three-quarter pound, and was
entered in.- the Metropolitan
Miami Tournament.
. . -u,.- .. .. r:
tlended withGeniuM
& Mellowed with Ag0


hMlhaw If I'
OwaSualMka f .

16-Year-Old Vincent Shomo
Goes Back To School After
Vi n n i n g B e$ t B oxe r : A va rd

BOSTON UP) Sixteen-year-old
Vincent Shomo of New York
City was hack at his books Thurs Thursday
day Thursday 'after: winning' the "best box boxer"
er" boxer" award- of the National AAU
boxlh championships. ; 1
- Shomo 'earned the' honor hands
down ,bn the strength of a T0,
victory ; in the 139-pound final Jt'
the Garden Wednesday' night.
The -slim Negro knocked ruseed
Joel Patrick of Indianapolis. Ind..
down twice -before tha referee
stopped the three-round bout at
0:58 of the final round.
' Two Ohio Wiimera
.Shomo Jed 'his JJew YoriC Cltv
mates to the team title.' with de-.
icnuing Ji-Dound" chammon A
bert P.eU and ,125 PQunderu,ftgbip
fee ''Bi City.;.7r ;
ine oniy other team, to ,win
more than one divisional title in
the competition, from 112-DOunds
to heavyweight; was the Ohio en
try. Don HuUmger; of: JJma. eao-
tured the 147-pound laurels with a
unanimous decision over Willie
Moran of Louisville, KyU- while
Elex Ford of Younestown took the
165-pound' title with a-1 unanimous
decision ver George Crux' of f
Belle .roarche,-,S.D.; -; ,i : jT
''Bdston''i: heayy'weicht':.'lfee':.' Will
Bams, a father of three children,!
outsiuaaed Jim Mccarter. the
only other 'defending champion m
the 69th annual competitions. Wil
liams, who had one of the tour
ney's two knockout, wins during 79
bouts, came from behind to upset
the Seattle, Wash..' lad on a unan
imous decision after being ; out-
scored in the first round.. .
( i : Mover Shows Class
"Stylist bennis MoyeVof Port
land, Ore.; gave the night's best
exhibition of boxing in taking the
156-pound title. Moyer danced and
iabbed at hard-hitting Thomas
Irown for two rounds before
choosing to slug it out with the
Trenton, N..J, boy t in the last
round." -In
the other divisions: Hemon
Argentine. Hqrses
Disappoint In Jwo
SAN MATEO, Calif., April 13
(UPy P orthebest took th.! lead
early and stayed fhere today to
II,. MUI Cant Vtiv 1irftl
at Bay: Meadows by a length and
a half. v
Plbe i Carlitos, an 1 Argentine
horse, was outrun going into the
second turn of the mile and one one-sixteenth
sixteenth one-sixteenth route then closed game gamely
ly gamely to take second money while
Larks Music finished third,'.
. i v- ,.. .. 11...
. Forthebest, which was coupled
with Sealth as the Helbush Farms Farms-Busy
Busy Farms-Busy Bee stsble entry, was put to
pressure in the stretch by Nisei
jockey George Taniguchi and res responded
ponded responded Well to increase his lead.
K j i: ,; ,?;.
The four year old son of Good
Endina covered the distance m
1:42 2-5 and paid 115.60 straight.
Omelia. another horse from the
Pampas, went to the post nearly
a 6-5 favorite but could get no bet
ter than fourth money under joc jockey
key jockey Ralph' Neves. ; :,


1 Great White Fleet
Nw Orlesns Service

"CIBAO" .........
"MORAZAN" ....
New York Service

-MFTArAV 1. i ...... April IS
-SAN .JOSE .'..i. ......... April 23
"FRA BERLANGA" ...........l..l..w.. ..K.April 29
Weekly wiGnjs o! twelve ships to New
' York, New Orleans, Los Aazeletw Saa Francisco
ud Seattle. ;

' To Hew Tork aavg SUtar 124 IM
To lo Aortlee and Saa rraneiae Aad
Roivniac froas Lea Annies M
To aVatU od Retars ............... 131 St a


Marquer of San Prancisco wol
the 119-pound honors with a deci decision
sion decision win over Charles' Brown ot
Cincinnati; 1 Gene Gresham of De Detroit
troit Detroit 400k the 132-pound title, stop
ping Frank Talaga of Seattle, at
2:09 of the third round;' and Lindy
Lindinlosei of Vancouver, B.C.,
decisioned Cardell Farmos of Bos Boston
ton Boston Jot the 178-pound champ'OS
ShP u ,,,

Have yow discovered1 what I
"Havot ConrroP has dona fe
to White OwUf Never-no,
never to'our knem ledge has
there been a cigar so light
and mild with so much ricA, 'i
satisfying flavor.
Light upland iec why
Whha CVt'a i'flavo Coa-C
trbl" is making djpSrhwrorrl
' ItmeiBoiField-by-fiddoelcc.,--tion
of tobacco, ca.byaa! Z
cutihg, box-by-boa cendi. ;.
tinning to give you top fa
vot in every White Owl you
. amoket'
Too aooe'aol laWc le tajey dtaU,
April 13
April 19
......... April t
May 3
.....May 1
....May 1
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HOW! own YOURihare of American industry!
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P 62 -f Phone a-7063 -,'-,! TllllrfA
i Panama, H. P, v 11
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I Houses HI

FOR RENT:- Chalet 2 bed bed-;
; bed-; room, living dining,, garage,
maid room with t a r v I c t.
Transisthmirn Highway 2nd
St. Vista Hermoae. Tel. 3-1275
av 3-3341.
FOR RENT: House for rant.
.May 22 to Saptambar 10.
: Hoot 712-B Balbaa. Phone 2 2-2335.
2335. 2-2335. 'Operation Diaper'
Ulesi Projecl Of
Fort Amador Group
' Tt m nnminperi this week bv

' the Fort Amador Service Club

Director, Mr. Betty HaDersucK,
that the members of the Enlisted
Men's Advisory Council are spon spon-',
', spon-', soring "Operation Diaper" as their
latest project.
" "Operation Diaper"' is a com com-"
" com-" munity relations project in sup-
port of the annual Easter Sunrise
fiarviaa uihinh will he. conducted

' ,- at Fort Amador. The members of

. the council,, along with a register
mil rtiiroA on fho Serivre Club di
, rectors will be oh hand to care for

- till the children, too young to. at
tend the services.

J -The nursery will -open at 5:3m

a.m. and remain open until alter
services. The facilities of the nur
sery will be available to both mi
- liifcry aad civilian personnel.
Members of the council are very
enthusiastic over their newest pror
ject and are ; attending training
classes given, 4y Mrs. Joseph
Grills, staff nurse at Gorflas Hos
pital who works in the hospital
, nursery, to turtner prepare inem-
selves for the task ahead, "Oper "Operation
ation "Operation Diaper.

The council has requested that
- persons notify either the pastor of
J' .'their church, dr the Fort Amador

Service Club director, 8Z-41B3. on

, 'or before Friday, April 1 if they
plan to make use of the nursery so

, they may Know now many emi
' dren to expect
TVio corvicp rliih ik in Brest need
oC the following items for "Opera
iplay pens, toys, strollers, buggies,
t Anvnn villina to loan anv of
these itemstcrrpiift Service Club
for this on day, are requested to
. contact tne seryict. wus so Tiiai
'rrnncements can' -be made to

' pick th items up. ;
SI. Peter's Church
Schedules Services
For Easier Week

The choir of St, Peter's church in

, La Boca has been augmented by
. four members and they will be ad ad-mitted
mitted ad-mitted as choristers by the Rev.
John Spear at the choral commun communion
ion communion tomorrow morning
Listed for i&mission t are Mrs.
f Muriel Watson, soprano; Newton
Williams, bass Rupert Wilson, te tenor,
nor, tenor, and Gleoville L. A. Davis,
Ttrfnre.the Eucharist, which be

gins 10:30 a.m., palms will be bless-'
ed by tne priest ana aisiriouiea u
the congregation by acolytes, with a
procession following in honor of
. Palm Sunday.
Members of the Episcopal Young
Churchmen win attend the service
in a body and make their monthly
corporate eommunion.
). ...
A celebration' is scheduled for 9
e.m. daily Monday through Thurs Thursday
day Thursday of holy week, besides the sto-

There will be ante communion 11: 11:-30
30 11:-30 a.m. Good Friday, and a serv service
ice service conducted from noon to 3 p.m.
' by Father Spear, commemorating
the crucificion.

Ft Davis NonCom
Given Commission
In Army Reserve
T. J. (Pink) Holder, a ers.ea t
tatinnevi with M

Company of the 20th Infantry's
' Third Battalion at Fort Davis, has
been awarded a commission in the
' Infantry Reserve.
- 1b a ceremony held oo the Fort
. nni raii c rounds recently.

Holder was presented with his
eon mission, as provioea aj juh;
Regulatioa 140-100. He wwo his
commission through testing.
- ;-
A vetwia of Korean duty dur
ing 1950 and 1351, where be serr-
wnja vini ymnj vi
Infantry Regiment, 25th Division,
IkHoer has received, a motif otb
tt awards, the Broue Star an4j
icrpte Heart, wiu six years f
active duty behind him, the new
. rvterve officer re-en listed during
November of last year.
Kirji iBodera S bedfo t
batbreoasi apartment, fcal fcal-fony,
fony, fcal-fony, Hiaid'a reosn wltk
bith. hot watr, gnngm.
vfla,We April 15ia, S154.N
( ail 24321, ewatnes beiirm.


ATTENTION, O. I.I 'jurt built
madam furnished apartments, I,
2 badreoms, hot, cold water.
Phona Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Modern one
badroom apartmantt, living living-dining
dining living-dining room, hot water instal installation,
lation, installation, maid's b a t h r e m,
sm-aanad. Building under'
construction, ; ready for occu occupancy
pancy occupancy and of present month.
3rd street Parajil, facing "Cola,
gio Javier. 170.00. For informa information
tion information aee Quijano, Sth street
No. 5-30. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Army inspect
ed furnished one bedroom, a a-,
, a-, partment, all convaniencas. 4th
of July Avenue. Phono 2-5526
or 2-1140.
Gramlich's Santa Clara' Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences
moderate rata. Phono Gam Gam-boa,
boa, Gam-boa, 6-441.
PHILLIPS Ocaanside Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890' Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phone Panama
3-18 7, Cristobal 3-1673.
Reserve NOW. Inexpensive
Satisffing vacations, Sinfi
Clara Beach. Shrapnel's fur furnished
nished furnished houses. Phone, Balboa
1772.', .
baich houia. One mile' put Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phona Balboa 186&, '
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Locale, suitable
for offices or clinics on top
fJoor of "Centre Medico'
Building, Cuba Avenue and
corner of 30th street East.
$35.00 and $75.00. For informa information
tion information see Quijano, 8th street
No. 5-30. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: On first floor
.jaciout locale, suitable for of office.
fice. office. 22nd street East Bis No.24 No.24-72,
72, No.24-72, beside the IFE Office.
$100.00. For information see
Quijano, Sth street No. 5-30.
Phone 2-2718. ;
Ike Gets Season
Passes; AH Set :
For Opening Toss
Eisenhower now has his 1957 base baseball
ball baseball season pass and, with it,
some discouragng inside informa information
tion information about his favorite team, the
Washington Senators.
Calvin Griffith, president of the
Senators ball club, officially pre presented
sented presented the President Thursday
with season passes for himself and
Mrs. Eisenhower, at the aame
time he "signed up" the Chief
Executive to tnrow out tne first
ball at Monday'' opening game
against Baltimore..
Then the President asked Grif
fith about the Senators' prospects
for 57.
Griffith told the President that
the Senators are improved "about
25 per cent" from the team that
finished seventh in the American
League last year, but admitted
that a rise to fifth place was
about the best they can hope for
this year.
VFW In Cristobal
Vanlj Used Sfamps
The Lt. Garvyn H. f Mbumblow
Memorial Post 3876 has reee.ved
hospitals for used stamps. Besides
be np used in stamp collections,
they are used by disabled veter veterans
ans veterans ia making cards and various
novelties. They are of great ther-
opeutir value, giving' tne diaibied
vierans, some of whom are- hos
pitalized for life, something to'
Cdr Huffman in appealing to
the membership said: "I am' sure
tne members will take heed io this
appeal, lt gives us a fine oppolu-
nity to show these veterans they
are not forgotten. Here in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone, at the crossroads of the
world, we are ideally situated and
i!h a little effort we can keep a
steady stream of stamps flowing
into the hospitals. It is the tear
we can do for these men wbo b.ive
given so much and ask for so lit litre
re litre
Foreign stamps are preferred
but all stamps are accepted. They
may. be mailed to V. F. W. Post
3878. Box 1333, Cristobal, or
rrougbt to the Post Home, 14th
Srret Cristobal.
' The wmrogt family hot 1.6
eWWren. The reason this Is pos pos-se
se pos-se Is Shot the overage family
--t jri f epx ifrr.

BARDO LOM-BARDO No. 26 "B" Street MORRISON 4th of July Ave. A J St. 0) LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tlvoli No. 4 FARMACIA ESTAOOS UNEDOS 149 Contnl Ave.
FARMACIA LUX 16 Central Avenue o HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fo, da la On Avt. D: 41 FOTO DOMV Justo Arosemena Ave. and S3 St, O FARMACIA

VAN-DEB-J1S 6 Street No.
the BelU Vleta- lueaore.
1955 Ford Fairlane -fully' equip-1
condition. Will consider .small
car in trade. House 507a.n- i
-eon (Perita Place). Phono,, 2-,
4280. . . ? : :
' FOR SALE: 1954 two -tone
, Olds. 88. To ell by May 10th.
- In good condition, new tires.
Can be financed. Sea at houne
f39- Gatun. Phina 5-484 pric priced,
ed, priced, reasonable. -r ;
FOR SALE: 1957 'English
' Ford, (Consul) 4-doorsj insur insur-od
od insur-od all 1957; light-green; ; S
.wihte-wall tires 4500 miles; or-
iginal owner; $600. Cash; and
take ovrt ."'I monthly pav pav-ments
ments pav-ments 6f Panama J-1083.
FOR SALE: 1941 Stude Stude-baker
baker Stude-baker Commander 4-door Se Sedan.
dan. Sedan. New paint, good tiros, (2
new),' nood merhanical condi condition.
tion. condition. Pleasa call 6-554.
FOR SALE: '48 Tudr Chv.
rolat, good motor, almost new
tires. Will sacrifice, 145.. Call
Albrook 2201.
FOR SALE! Plymouth 1953
Crambrook 2 color Sedan, ra radio,
dio, radio, heater, undercoated,t dir directional
ectional directional Signals. Vary v good
condition, SJ75-. Phono I Bal.
FOR SALE: 1953, 4-dooF
buiCK spectai. ,ii"""
die and heater, 4 new tubelass
liras, new brake linings. Jtrs.
87, Albrook Phono 3234. .''
ToRTaLE: Kaiser rm.
O.D, 3 new tires, seed eond
FOR SALE: 1951 Buiek se sedan,
dan, sedan, Dynaflow. Excellent tires
$500.00. Phone Albrook 5298.
if can J
- General Anent
Gibraltar l ife Ins. Cp.
for rates and information;
Tel. Panama -05
Packers Shlpeem -M,;'I
Phoaea2 1
"laam Riding at
Ridinej fir Jwipi Classes daily
3 to y p.. f ?-f45'
or b'aopol"tmant
Balboa Service Center,
' All Our Best PertnanejiU, v
" 1SA0 to 22S f'
now 13.75 .s
i baLboa -5 1; fc
.--Fee U.S. Berwnnel enataeei
f!mBy ooJf-:
new vc?,iy-A-
. iMod,v;;n:
- t
' With, K 1.2 Len;
at ..
ranama N.1 Xork jCoWn
r. '-tUN-'BLAS
'April U $17.50 each;
St, ,1-27 TeL M661
HEAD START-Altoon tt
area Ja sUU la the frigid grip
of winter, this monarch .btrtter .btrtter-By
By .btrtter-By brings pr-eeasoo touch
t spring to Patty Mason. The
eariy 'bird" flew Into ber sr sr-entk
entk sr-entk grade classroom In St Jo Josh's
sh's Josh's parochial school, Yakima,
JR ash, and perched oa her bocsm

9. S3 f FARMACIA EL BATURBO Fuque Latavta

Miscellaneous 1 Boats & Motors 1 1 Iome Articles
Horseo for Io-, at -Panama FOR" SALE: iTahiti katch' '' v1 '. 1 ' 1
Riding School, Call Fort Clay. "La Golondrlna". 30',- sleeps k frt"tleBambu fibre hair
-ton 2262 after 4 p.m.; ', ,4; 6ray motor 52 h.p. Cabin Ib 0,or ,l-Mv Estadio Jew-
m ', paneled 27' rare woods. Yacht iryH' ,h
POR SALE:-Spinet typo pia- Club, Cristobal, Inquire Pane- Theater ,,'V v
no. H use 0255-B. Phone, 4 ma 3-0599. - 1 '. "" "' "' rrL
319., Gambia, C. Z. 1 FOR f SALE:- Double bed.-
1 ... fmmmmml mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm singer sowing machine, 3-doer
. FOR SALE: Variety- of ,1, f.Dl wardrobe, dining1 ream,-set;
tropical fish "Angeles", cheap 1x601. CS iQ XG N, side baoardv china closet,
Sn Francisco, Phono 3-5048.' )jmmmmmmgmmmmfmmmmmm ehairo, ; oloctric ', fan. Pueblo;''
FOR SALE: Aquariums, FOR SALE: Large hausa, - J
air compressor filters, fish. 800 motors of beautiful land, FOR SALE: 1 bamboo setae'-,
Call Balboa 2-295e. "Ciudad .Radial." PaHaraon inner spring cushions., like;,
' 'gJ".'i g V Ppoalta f Haclonda.IPhono 3-. "a $25. 5MA Curundu Hta. ',
FOR SALE: 40 Galon fish ,1114. . ; Tel.; 83-3101. t"
Aquarium complete with stand , .. : i,
pump, and filters, $30.. Padi- FOR SALE: Bargain, :! 1 POR SALE: Sallid mahga.
- gree female cocker spaniel,. 1 bedroom concrete chalet, 4,500 "V, aactional living-raom suite
.year old, $40.. Mahogany chest meters of land, near President new, unused. Owner leaving
of drawers, new 160.. Panama Ramon Race .Track. Ideal for i." and fmust. sell for cash.. Bal,
3-40H. , housing development, tenement bea 92-2734. e''' A .
FOR SALE: H.St.nd.rd HftR tfS f,..' R SAti: -Urgent.. Bar.
Olympic 22 pistol, now, $54.00. opposite Hacienda,- Phono 1 ?,ln' bdroom almost new
Savage double 12 gauge, new, 114. living room,' dining room'' set,
$54.00. Phone Balboa 4455." stave, heater, wardrobe, -youth ',
' ... . ' FOR SALE: Choice build. bed, baby's carriage. Good
FOR SALE: 5 WSW tlree ng lot for residence, 1449 condition. Phono 3955.
and tubal i 470 x 15. fall 821- square meters, corner, 4th "'."' '"'
3745 Lt. Brown. .' s street and 2nd Street,' Las' f0 ALf,': t ,M,h.,ny
A.r "am. Cumbres. Price $2900.00. Box- If'"??' Lr,rrt
!- .uiLr 1 h "'' pO- .4, Balboa stove dishes,
ing equipment, 1 25 cy Heiahtc CTi . 'miscellaneous. Chorrillo Llm-
cles, remote evaporator. Used s : Its No. 25-25, room No. 30.
. very little. Extra, fraon, $175. i 1 ,'m?mmmm ' i( i
Call-Balboa 1441... . I n,,:,. CL.. j Al-E: Kroehler divan
' r UOmeStlt CmplOyeS 1 chair $80,- 5 Cro.ley 21,TV,

Visit us tor Modern, Patterns
in uj ':elstary cloth and Drep.
aria GIBCO Justo Arose.
mana and 34th St or phona
Tanama 3-0281 anytime. Also
K. rpet-Squaras for wall .to
wall carpeting. De it yourself I
Pony rides Saturday afternoon,
and Sunday morning at Pane
ma Riding.. School Chiva-Chlva
Road. Call 222 Clayton.
Motorcycles :
FOR SALE: Ariel Motorcy
do 1953 model VHS.. 500 ee.
.? Ia i excellent condition. Ona
: owner only. Saa at house 1109
;. Ha, .a place, 7 Margarita,
Phono 3-2502. L, H Scrantorw
Balboa. Our latter-to-you ra ra-turned;
turned; ra-turned; marked "Addressee
, Unknown".. Please call Pana-.
ma-3-0607 during office hours.
Ask for owner, ...
Finance Commiltee
Will Ihvesligalev:
Nation's Finances
WASHINGTON April" 13 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The Senate -Finance Committee
voted unanimously today to
launch a full-scale investigation cf
the nations financial, debt' and
tax structure. it
The proposed', Inquiry appeared
broad enough to cover the area
proposed by President Eisenhower
in his State of the Union Message
in January. Hei asked congress
then to set- up a commission of
prominent citizens to study mone
tary -and fiscal policy ;
Committee Chairman Harry F
Byrd (D-Va). who announced the
action, said tne study wouia get
underway as soon as the commit
tee hirta a staff. -t.
He said the proposed investlca-j
tion 1 would cover tax policy as
well as credit and that it should
yie d a ectalog of facts which Con
gress and the c ou n try should
Byrd said that Treasury-Seere-tirv
George M. Humphrey -and
otHer ko ernment policy makers
would be beard in the inquiry
Sen. Robert S.- Kerr (D-Okla),
who pioposed the study, said the
irvestigetion would go. into the
caure of the "drastic increase in
intercut rates and their, effect on
the nrlwnal economy,
Kerfs proposal.' wnicn ftea
for a comniete study of the ti
Dsncial condition of the United
States," specifically includes:
The menu, do need inoeoteo-
nesf and Interest rates on all pub public
lic public vn!gationa including contin contingent
gent contingent liabilities, such as govent-ent-guaranteed
loans to., home-:
buyers and small business.
Policies and procedures e m-
ployed m the management, ot ine
public debt and the effect thereof
upon credit. Interest rates and the
national economy and welfare.
Factors which influence t ce
availability and distribution of
credit and interest rates theieon
as they may. apply to public and
private debt,'.- iv, ..
Recluse Bares AH f
MIAMI fUP Leo (Nature
Boy) Voss, Tt-year-old recluse,
wis sentenced to a month in city
iail Thursdav beraue boa entbu-
uasts complained about uie way
be used a fishnet on his island
retreat. .Judge M. M. Coldmsa
said the fishnet." which Voss wore:
draped haDharardly around fcisj
waist, vaj inadequate claUuni-

I Street FARMACIA 'AS" Via Potraa

WANTED;, Maid for Mmll
family. Must know how to cook,
and must sleep in. Apply Calle
33 Esto No. 3-23 from 9:00 a.m.
to U;00
- Adults i- 'Teenagers Prat a ant
, Balboa j 2-4239.-, Harnett 1 a n4
' Dunn.
Albrook; Announced
Vacant PbsHbrtsX
'The Air Force bts announced
that, several' clerk stenographer
and. clerk-typist positions will be become
come become vacant ,in the near future.
The minimum qualification .re
quirement for the clerk-typist -po
sitions are 4S' words per mmute in
typing and fbf the clerk-stcnogra
pher positions are 45 words p?r
minute in typing and. 80 words' per
minute for shorthand. Jis;
Applicants must be1 able- to
speak, read, and write the-EngliSh
language, fluently. Applications
should be made on Standard Jorm
57, "Application for Federal Em
ployment." which may be obtain
ed from thei guard.; at the main
entrance to ; Albrook Air" Forcft
Base, and are to, be completed and
returned to mm. -'
! Qualified applicants will be con contacted
tacted contacted by telephone or mail by -the
uiyuian personnel umce.. r
Former Alomic Unils
To Be Designated As
Department of', the. Army has se selected
lected selected the title "UJS., Army 'Mis
sile Command" tor units previous
ly described Jas atomic support
commands. V'
Upon activation, the units wH
be desiznated as numbered com
mands, won their type, sucn -,as
air transportable .or medium, In
dicated parenthetically, . h -.-'
The change in designation was
made for several reasons. The
t-3Tn "Atomic" was considered too
restrictive, since it doer not pro-
perry" describe tne dual- capabili capabilities
ties capabilities of the weapons employed by
the 1 command.. 'Support .. was
dropped .from- the name because
it denotes a logistical ratter tnad
The term "afissile". was' Includ
ed in the title to identify the prin principal
cipal principal armament "with which' the
command will be equipped. ..
Orioles Hear That
Nieman;CaivSfarf ?;
On Opening Day
more Orioles received an impor impor-Unt
Unt impor-Unt "lift" Friday v with the an announcement
nouncement announcement that outfielder Bob
Nieman will be able to open the
season next Monday against the
Washington Senators.,
Nieman: who hit 20 last sea
son, wss feared to -have suffered
a hairline fracture of the right
shoulder last Tuesdsy;.but X-rsys
tsken Thursdsy by Dr. Erwin
Mayer revealed no break. Nie
man, wb bii i spring bauisg
average of .211, has beB nsroed
to bit fourth for the Orioles in
their opener. '"'V,


FOR SALE : Refrigerator
25 cycle $0.-, Zenith Trans-a-coanic
radio. 25 or 40 cycles'
portable $75.-; v Zenith 2 br .40
cycles table radio $20.. 797-A.
Tayernilla, Balboa., Tel. 2-34-'
. FOR SALE: Due H urgent
"trip, apartment ,' furniture
Bilick 1955. Phono 3-4924. From I
'7:00 to 10:00. t
FOR SALE: Walnut secre secre-tary.
tary. secre-tary. writing desk, $40.-. Single
bod complete, $30.-; 40 eyctas
Coldspot refrigerator,', $200.
' Phono. 23-3177. ,
- 4
FOR SALE: Norga 1954, 40 ;
.cycles automatic washer. Av
ailable Juno ,7.- Call Albrook
C2l!;l Russo Sl:r$
Deplore Direction,
Threaten to Depart
''MONTREAL, April B-(UP),
'Smouldering : discontent" among
the, members of the. Ballet Russe
de Monte .Carlo." erupted here to today
day today -when Igor Youskevitcb, pre premier
mier premier danseur, and .Alicia Aionso,
guest prima ballerina, said they
would quit .the; company la two
ween. n i r j --.
' They said they would depart af
ter a two-Week run at the Metropo Metropolitan
litan Metropolitan Opera House, New York,
which begins' after the company
closes at,- the St. items inesire
nere baturoay.. -t i,, k i
. i -.-.S. ... :
: Youskevitch. an eicht year ve
teran of the Ballet Russe, blamed
"horrible" and "amateurish tac tactics"
tics" tactics" of the director. Serzei J. Den-
ham," He said the curtain r.a n g
down witir at least u mmuxes to
go" Monday night because ",Mr.
Denham, didn't want to pay ihe
dancers; overtime.
S j.lua-' in' ha itinuri' mnl
tracts forbids them from dancing
after 11:30 p.m ueonam saia.
. YouskeviUfc said he waa ','ex ','ex-pressing
pressing ','ex-pressing the sentiments of the en entire
tire entire company." , .,, .....
':. There "waa ammilderint discon
tent among almost kll 4S membrs
of the company including dancers
as young as 17 Youskevitch said.
"The artistic level of the com company
pany company is being kept high by idealis idealistic
tic idealistic dancers, in, spite of dr.. Den Den-ham,"
ham," Den-ham," he said.''.
Jiinlor Sex Club
Members Blsms -Downfall
On Comics
. -r- r' i
WlKSm.A NY'-Anrfl 11. (UP)
Seven youthful members of a
sex club told police today that
comic booka and lewd magazines
thev read promoted them to form
the, group. ... ,V, )
TAlu rnaiA the rhih eonsftted
of two 12-year-old girls and five
boys, ratging in age from 12 to
15. Afi were students at Parkride
Junior High : School ta. Massa Massa-peqna;N.Y.t
peqna;N.Y.t Massa-peqna;N.Y.t -,"
Thev" told nolice thev had held
sex parties u woods and in the
homes of boy members.
. The club waa uncovered when
one of ue girla attacked a IV
y ear-old girl because h had
made "goo-goo eyes" at a male
member. The elder giri told her
mother that she bad been 'oittea
and "almost choked to death..
Police said the: club members
would be arraigned on cbrees
of ..Juvenile delinquency. Author Authorities
ities Authorities began a check of stationary
stores and sews stands for ovi oviduct
duct oviduct f lewd public siiotis.

WANTED: Bilingual office
, clerk-bookkeeper, male. Must,
type good. Write N.A.N. Box
1471 Panama stating partieu-'
" lars, slary, etc. -
WANTED; Drafting tables
in good condition. Call Pana-
ma 3-7105. & .... t, 4
terns-cutting -production dress
ess,' Relocate, man-family, R.
Knoolke, 5874 N. 44. St., Mil.,
waukao 18, Wisconsin, U.S.A.

Active Duty Appointments'

Offered By; Finance Corps

A program for appointment of a
limited number of qualified appli applicants
cants applicants as Reserve commissioned of
ficers for active duty service with
the Finance Corps is announced by
Department of. the Army Circular
601-4. :
Finance Corps Reserve officers
not, currently on active' -duty and
who otherwise meet requirements
may volunteer for: active duty un under
der under the provisions of the recent De
partment of Army circular. 1
k Finance corps iteserve omcers
who- have had prior active duty
commissioned service and wno are
selected -under the program will be
ordered to active duty for an inde indefinite
finite indefinite period as outlined in Ar 135 135-215.
215. 135-215. v - ::. :
ADDOintments are authorized for
this program only in the grades of
second and first lieutenant. Prac Practice
tice Practice requirements outlined in para

Curundu Sunday School Sets

Attendance Record in April

Tha rnnindti Protestant Church
set another new record in its bun bun-da
da bun-da V School, last .Sunday when at-
tandiiire rached 191 the hiehest
! Sunday School record-in the Justo-
f.. tne.enurcn.,v -m--, n-
Thm actins Sunday School super
intendenL Robert McCoy, says. "It
ia rood ta see so manv of the f ami
lioa of the community- csminf each
Sunday to; study ; and worsnip to together:"''
gether:"'' together:"'' ir: -H: t;?.i(,
.rr-: l ,U 41,1.4 it.
tendance record since November of
1956. April lor f.tno uurunau Pro Protestant
testant Protestant Church was another special
nruth in th vaV of reachine new
people; for the Sunday School and
church. The primary emphasis was
on rescuing enure (ii)wira uu
rolling them in one or more of the
classes in the Sunday School de-
LrWell over 250 can be reached If
Telephone Leaders
Protest Exemption;
Of Small Groups v
' WASHINGTON April 13 (UP (UP-Th
Th (UP-Th -Communications Workers of
America, charged- today that the
present minimum wage law dis
criminates aeainst' at least 22.400
telephone workers.' ,j- c1- - '-
- U. u. uiamtensnip.i legislative
director of the union, told a House
Labor subcommittee the workers
are not covered because of an
exemption in the law for tele
phone exchanges ,witn less tn an
750 customers. He urged Congress
tor lift the exemption.

C'.:S. Institution Guaranteed ,6y the State
- Pays 2 Interest Annually on Saviuss Accouoti ;
. : I N ITIAL 'DEPOSIT $5.00
W maka loan with piarantsea on first mortgjagat
: or' cthtr tcuritiMa.
fr ... j ,. .:.,'-?." I
'25c. 50c $LCD and 5$.C3
deposits are accepted thru a period
"' of 48 weeks vv-
i j r V ..
. Individual safety deposit boxes, fox Jewtlry and :
- ddcumanta. In 4 diffarant silts.

ttt Central Ave. at
eoraer of T Stmt J
. . t :
: Manarer .

Trm : a.m. to lt;3l p.r.
SATURDAYS: front t tl a.m. tm UM p.m.


The best dinners and drinks
are served in our modern air.":
' conditioned cafeteria; grill 'and
: bar. Hotel Internacional "Pla "Plate
te "Plate S de Mayo., '.'
LADIES' only 1 Living in the)
tropics does not excuse your
unkempt, appearance, For
your own morale; for him;
for EASTER, better do seme
t thing about it. Easter specials.
Genoll's Beauty Shep. Cocoll
Clubhouse. Navy 3812. -
graph 60, AR 140100 are waived
for this program. ;
Applicants must possess the qua
lifications set forth in Ar 140-100,
and in addition, meet one of the fol
lowing requirements:
, Possess a masters degree In ac accounting,
counting, accounting, business administration,
commercial science,- or economics
kained through attendance at a re
cognized college or university.
Be currently enrolled in a eourse
of instruction' leadihg toward 'i
masters degree in one of the fields
stated above, -and include with ap
plication for appointment document
ary evidtnee of the fact that appU
cant ia so -enrolled, arid the date
upon which the degree is Scheduled
to be conferred. The documentary
evidence will be in letter, form, and
signed by, the dean of the graduate
school. r-
levenr member 1 attends -this Sun
Sunday SchopI begins each Sunday
promptly at '9:30 ja.". ";3 f :
. The other services bf'pa day are
Morning i Worship at 111- a.m. with
the i Pastor, Miltoni Kii Leiding,
bringing another in th aeries of
messages netitled "Faces A bent
The Cross1 the Multitude.";; At S
p.m. the Youth Fellowships will
meet under the direction of t h
youth workers." There ara" two
youth groups from-' grade four
through high school. 1 y -.
The Evening uospei Hour win oe-
in, at 7 p.m. "witn tna message
To. Be Shown AtvY;
Adventure jSeriesV
n .( i .-.
Nnt TuMiiiT: Mri. vKvt- Hart
I will present the programTDiscov-
enng Ancient iiencs in ranaraa a
... . .v -d.iv vur'i.lTcyv
as pan on ureiauwijiniva-uau
Outdoor Adventuro Seneaiij''
. Mm. : Hart will -brinat- examples
of -pre i Colombia pottery, beads
and otcer artitacU' mat sne ana
her husband have uncovered in
Chiriqui, Veraguas, and Guadama-
yo. Color slides, wul also- be pre presented,
sented, presented, showing the types of bu burials
rials burials utilized in the cultures. Many
of the artifacts to be shown are o-
ver coo years ma. -,
The program Ss open' to aervica
and civilian personnel, and will be-,
fin in the ,Y auditorium at 7:30
P.M. v -. ...
i i;
rront St' at earner :
, of Its) St,-.. ,c i
-' Snb-manacer "'


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rnakv 28-tach plastic Ueletoru that fuggert thct littta otiter otiter-SptcTtnen
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week erf May

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Despite Emergency Appropriation
Saturday PO Services
Gut By Summerfield
' 'v WASHINGTON, April 13 (UP) Postmaster Genera! Arthur E. Summerfield to to-cfy
cfy to-cfy made good his order to end almost all Saturday postal service because of lack
v of money. ( . I --
fi4tf?7- N0t even last minute approval 1y the House Appropriations Committee of 'a 41
J million dollar emergency appropriation stopped the scheduled drastic cuts in postal


Summerfield said he had no choice.

. He said under the law
partment could operate only with
i.nH ptniiv annroDriated. There

of ore, he said, the cuts would have
to stay in effect until President

I Eisenhower aigneo me neirawi;
km.rM annrnnriatlon.

1,1 Summerfield ordered the follow-

ing cuts into effect as oi mianigni

;;lst night:; y
".Hilt window service in
" et efficti on Saturday!. How-
ever, pott effiet lobbiw will be
v epan and patrons may dtposifi
lottors and got mail from thoir
t: InrUmA hdl.

Deliver no mail on Saturdays
-except special delivery.
"i Reduce collection of mails on
tRaturday to the limited schedules

i uticn normally prevau uu ouu
Martini? Monday, keep post of-

tier windows open only 8V4 houts

f;Filnv Career Over
Princess Grace
. MONACO, April U (UP) -"
Princtst Grace aid last n!ht
; F' . .... l.ii i .u

di'ini am nor DBiiava sni wvviu

j evtr return to tho mpvls.
Princess Grace, the former
'A.v Hollywood actress Graca Ktlly,
' made tho statomont at tho tirst
i press reception the and Prince
Rainier have held since their
; marriage last April.
Yesterday was 'ho first an an-;'!
;'! an-;'! nivorsary of har arrival haro to

v . ... mm mm

Weather Or Not

This weather report to the
24 honnr ending S a m. today,
Is prepared by the Meteorolo-
rical and Hydre graph i e
Branch ef the ransmi Canal

"j. $.-. f, a ;i Balboa Cristobal

High 2
low 74
High S9
"i .Low 51

a day Mondays through Fridays

Each local Postmaster will deter

mine his window schedule to ac

cowriodate his community's

o. ailing Monday, limit mail de deliveries
liveries deliveries in all downtown business
areas to two a day -.Monday
through Friday.
Starting April 29, embargo third
class mail and end sale of postal

money orders.
The cuts affected every metro and hamlet across the nation.

Little League

Boys 4; Girls 4

Eight babies were born in the

Colon Hospital during the week

ending at midnight Wednesday, ac according
cording according to the regular hospital re

port. During the same period 87
patients were admitted and 93
were discharged.

Babies were born to the follow

ing American citizens: M-Sgt. and

Mrs. juiio JJe Jesus, of Coco Soli Soli-to,
to, Soli-to, daughter: Mr. and Mrs. John

Barranick, of Coco Solito. daugh

ter; and Mr. and Mrs. William

Blake, of Coco Solito. daughter.

Babies were born to the follow

ing parents of Panamanian nation
ahty: Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Santa

maria, of Colon, son: Mr. a n r

Mrs. Francisco Ortiz, of Colon
son; Mr. and Mrs. Mario Ceballos

Aiionso inaries, of Colon, son; and

mrs. ana Mrs. nector Richards,

ox colon, son.

Snow Storms;

Zero Climate

.1 i.
Hit Midwest



mmx. tnph) NW-17
RAIN (inches) 0
' (inner harbors) 78




1:20 a.m.
S:39 p.m.

9:34 a.m.
11:00 p.m.

TODAY! .75 .40
1:35 4:00 1:30 9:00 p.m.



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mlohs Gray

A5I OllilllllN



ctcs Lfoorehead

Ci Greenwood. -jJ

JxatMl SmLerene

and Hungry

Pei Leopard Prowls
Oulskirlsof Miami

MIAMI. Anril 13 fUPli

young pet leopard prowled the

manicured jungle of the city out

skir's today and the owner feared
that it might be "scared and


Mrs. Stan (Bonnie) Tindall. 15.

year-old owner of the brown and

black-spotted leopard, said the
pet "-might put her teeth on you

qui ane won t sins tnem in unless

you act afraid."

Jaba, i the one-year-old jungle
cat, snapped its tethering chain

yesterday and disappeared into

the wooded area near the house
which the Tindall family moved

into iwo days ago.. The area is

just outside the northern Miami

city limits.

Mrs. Tindall. who has raised

Jaba from a one and one-half

I pound furry kitten to a three and
; one-half foot cat weighing be

tween 25 and 30 pounds, assured
police that the beast was unlikely

to narm cniidren and dogs.

'Shea used to being around
'people and I doubt if she would

hurt anyone, though, added Mrs

Tindall. "But she does have all

four of her fangs and her finger-

i nans are awful sharp'

She said her mother. Mrs

Coldie Koen, had taken caje of

me ieopara most oi ine time

"because I've been away a lot.

I guess my mother is actually

cioser to me cat tnan i am

Mrs. Koen joined a humane
society worker in searching for

the cat near a rock pit where

Ja reportedly was seen earlier.

But Deputy John Henderson of

ine uade county Sheriff s Office
said Jaba was "just a pet" and
that police did not plan any. large

search. Officers told anxious rest

dents telephoning about the "leop

ard on the loose not to worry.

Mrs. Tindall said that Jaba ate
a chicken and a stray bird for

breakfast yesterday before dis

appearing "and .she's probably

mighty hungry again by now. But

I don't think she would try to

eta dog or anything like that.
Once she lunged at a dog, but
it was only because the dog was
barking at her when she was

tied ud.m

Mrs. TindaL said Jaba had
"really been a nice pet. We kept
her in the house until she started
eating the furniture, dish towels

and sweaters, we round sne
wait getting enough roughage

with tier raw meat.

EggOn Parade

NEW YORK, April 13 (UP)

The Antencaa Museum of Natural

History placed a 12-miHjoo-rear

old diooMuer egg on display to

day. i
The egg b the only one of tt
kind in the Western Hemisphere.
It is ten inches long nd eight
niches wide. The brown-gray egg
is believed to have been laid by a
lOtoa, 40 foot nypseioMorws pris prisms,
ms, prisms, possibly the lartest diooMni

ever te walk on land.

Icy temperatures gripped the
na:on Friday and plunged close
to the zero mark in the northern
Mrtwest in one of the coldest
springs in history.
Arctic blasts from central Car-

ad-i moved horn- tha Midwest
'nt the Ohio Valley and south -to

icxas Ihursdiy night land Apri!

sn w oianitetci the country from
't liiirn. C r. f.l... "fT

The winler ln-sprini flurries also

nn in uoioivco and North and
South Dakota and mingled there

Wiin freezing rain to give high highways
ways highways a treacher his coat of ice.

Temperatures aar zero, 30 de degrees
grees degrees below normal, cro foreca t
today for pa vs of North Dakota
and Minnesota. Freezing tempera temperatures
tures temperatures also were expected to hover
ever northern Hi'r.ois and Indiana,
as well as southern Missouri and
northern Oklahoma.
The grim remains of winter fol fol-k'ved
k'ved fol-k'ved a pattern of continuous
spring snow r.m which have
wnirped acrosi the Great Plain

inti the east anj given vent to
devastating tornadoes (in the

Soi-th. More than 100 deaths have

b-iei blamed M ih.t ear's weath

ef vicious sp.'ing and the threat

Gry skies wl"h rain and possi-

n'.s snow aiso vsre expected in

tne cast, anew blanketed north
artern Ney rk Thursday night.



"let th people know, the trutk and the country is $afe' Abraham Lincoln,

32nd TEAR



28-Hour Hotfoot Aboard Blazing Ship

Ends With Another Navy Job Well Done

' 'r n I

Oh Rome

J03, USN


For 28 hours thev had

foot. .

"It's an odd feeling when-vnu'rp

sianuing on a tire not deck and
you know that below you are soy soybeans
beans soybeans which expand f and are
known to cause an explosion. .",
so said Navy Lt. R. C." Ashman,
commanding officer of the II s s

Plaute (ATF-159), who sered as
the Navy's "On-the-scena c o m-

mander" at the burning of the

British merchant'ship Hope Range,

wnose engine room burst info
flames approximately eight miles
south of laboga Island -when the

snip was departing from the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal last Tuesday morn

ing. :.;...
"Tha firt was reported about
2:20 a.m. Tuesday, and. by 2:30
a.m. I had received word from
tha 15th Naval District to assist,"
Ashman's eyes beamed as he
with all my crew aboard, by
continued, "I had the Piaute
3:30 a.m. underway to tho scan
of the fire. .pretty good don't
you think?"


Farmers in the drought-stricken

Southwest and Plains States were

n'.t entirely sl im about the weath.

er, though, reports aaid thtT was

hops the spr.iis snoivj would civ;

thft necessary. precipitation for tne

blight areas to 'b.Me themselves

ou." with heav crops this yer.r.

pmiwi w"WW""i' ww'"(wfwtr
L,. h --

12 ' JvCvUii

j.r t ;

to show that movie are pro progressing,
gressing, progressing, scenes with the hero heroine
ine heroine prancing" around ta a bath
towel are replacing shots of the
bath Itself. Those up-to-the-aeck
-In-bubbles "bathtub se sequence
quence sequence are down the drain.
Martha Hyer. above, demon demonstrates
strates demonstrates fetchingly the towel she
wears for an eight-minute scene
HI Ma Godfrey."
."-'I V." "'

The veteran U.S. Naval officer

was quick to praise the eieht men

from the U.S.S. Owl: the crew of

me xi jj 836 and the Harbor Be-

tense personnel which assisted his
men in .fighting the fire. "Fred

Wagner, he really worked and his

assistance was invaluable.", Ash

man said. "He's the bo'snmate
chief on the Owl, we borrowed his
services and believe me they were

reauy uuiizea oy uie name. .
he's really go', the knowledge
when it cornea in firo fiohtin

he served on the Piaute .before he
was ordered to the Owl, jeally
Milt in a Inr nf ivni-lr In 4hi Aml

CHBosn H. M. Mangels, who re

cently reported aboard the Piaute

for duty, smiled as he told of sn
amusing happening. It's the kind
of thing some may find amusing
but perhaps Ashman didn't. He
caught three streams full of fog

rignt in toe mourn.
When you know what tho ba basic
sic basic ingredients of this fira-fight-
; Ing fog is, it might tend to
make a person ill. Ashman
know buf t didn't, make him
sick, even after swallowing a
couple ef meutha full. Tho foam
is basically made from p I g's
blood I
Don't let any cagey, wool-pull

ing carrier of sea-tales fool you.

fun, it's dangerous and difficult

work. If you had a glimpse of

this Navy ships crew after their

arrival back in port after 28 hours

of fighting this fire, you'd realize

it. But aa always, uie U.S. iavy

proved that tney are always rea ready,
dy, ready, always alert, when there is

a job to be done. .tney can 00

tt. v

The executive officer of the U.

S Naval Station, Rodman, IX
Comdr. McCauley was on the

scene, too, and worked right slong
with Ashman and his crew in put

ting out the blaze. So waa Navy

doctor, U. U. J. Moops from aoq-

' e

-J ywrmn niliiii,,,,
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- VATICAN CITY, j April 13
(UP) Thousand of pilgrims
converged on.., Rome today for'
tha start of Holy Woek, the most
solemn period of thr Christian
year; j t ,ft. J
i Despite poor .traveling weather

over most of Europe at least) 50,
000 pilgrims from foreign coun
tries were' expected to break all
attendance recDrds at Rome
churches, in this second year of

the revised Roman Catflnlic Holy
Week liturgy. -1 I l

Holy Week" 1 starts I tomorrow
Palm Sunday commemorating
Christ's itnumphi encry into Je Jerusalem.
rusalem. Jerusalem. It will be c'imaxed with

the joyous feast of faster-When

the ; beils of Komi ana the Christ v
tian world rings, out 'he mesiagr
of Christ's resurrsiiiiin, i -. ; t
' t t, I
Pope Pius XII deseed tfie first

revision of the Holy Veek r hid- X

uie. m iwvmDer, t isrisr pi icing
new emphasis on evening .serv .services.
ices. .services. J r
Further minor revisjons werj
decreed by the Pope, last Feb, 14'
relaxing some of, the' strict condt-'
tions governing' the. recitation of
mass in smaller communities.

FOAM-DRENCHED Navy'Lf. R. C. Ashman, naval officer, In charge1 at the scene of thO
fire aboard the British merchant vessel Hope Range stands drenched in farm and water ex-.
amlrUng fire hose aboard tha vessel, . i ; , (Photo by J. H. Hoops)

Diverse Vacancies
Listed by PanCanal
Twenty-four Vacancies for va

rious types of employment" are

now open with the Canal organ

ization and Ideal contractors, it
was announced Frldav bv th

Personnel Bureau. 4 r f
' The s vacancies Jisted are' for
eleven carpenters, four craters
and packers, two welders,' three
gasoline station attendants; and
four blocl masons. ,. y y
s. Those wishing tb applv for the
Jobs-are to report at 7:15 ti'clock
Mdftday morning ;attthe central
Labor Office on Roosevelt Ave

nue.' : i". ;-,,:

It was announced that expert-

enced,men are. 'required, to fill :,

the positions ana mat preter preter-ence
ence preter-ence will be given to those who
have recently lost their jobs with
the Canal through' reduction of
force.- 1, ; 1

man, Dispensary, aboard to take
care of any injuries that ra i g h t

occur. There was just one mis mishap,"
hap," mishap," Dr. Hoops stated.- "Navy-

man George oimar aimosi me

his wrist," said tne ooctor ine

doctor who had taKen nis camera
ainnu took a lot of on the scene

action shots ; 01 ine iire-iiKiiuis

crew at work. r 'Z-i..

'., ;- ( '. i :
The lira which had star-tad in
tho angina .room, and rea.hed a
4000 dogroo temperature at one
point, was completely out by
a.m. Wednesday morning when
tho Piaute finally pulled away
from tha Hope Range at return
tm JniH.. '

when tho U. S. Navy vessel did

leave after completing a job "well-j

done" her crew memoers naa

eight-inch holes In the decs; puis
Mining a hatch in the deck in or

der to cool the between deck spac

es. The reefer spaces naa nun
flooded four different times to
help prevent the cargo from ex exploding.
ploding. exploding. : ...
"We could smell the beans
cooking," Ashman said and.add-

1 that it wasn't too healtoy a

Godfrey Show

-1 m

Patti May Star



Tit For Tax

NEW YORK, April 13 (UP)

Arthur Godfrey, who chopped
down his television family tree.

axed himself tonight from nis reg

ular Wednesday night snow on
CBS announced that Godfrey,
the d haired ukelele player who
gave the heave-bo to such mem

bers of nis cast as juiius l nosa,
Marion Marlowe, the Chordettes
and the Mariners, would discon discontinue
tinue discontinue his CO-minute "Arthur God

frey Show" after June 28.
Rigorous Schedule
"Arthur Godfrey has the most

rigorous and demanding program

Reports at CBS circulated that
the vacant Wednesday night spot
on the CBS-TV schedule would be
filled next season by a musical
show, "The Big Record," starring

ratu rage.
Godfrey's Wednesday n i f h

show, once one of the lop offer

ings on television, has supped in

tne ratings tne past two years
His chief competition has stem
tned from ABC-TV's "Disneyland"

and Navy Log" and NBC-TVs

"Father Knows Best,"
Ratings Blow v
, . f
Godfrey suffered aa tinlooked

for raiaga blow only two Wednea-

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.. April 11

Rocers announced today he will

pay his income Ux ss soon ss tbejplaaning, rehearsals and present a-

schedule in all television," said days ago when NBC-TV's "Mas "Mas-Merle
Merle "Mas-Merle Jones, president of CBS-TV. querade Party," a relatively weak
"Ria Wednesday- night shows' entry, pulled a 12.1 Tretxiex to

have required strenuous hours ia Godfrey's 13 J for that half hour.

government pays Its debt to him

aatf not earner.

Rogers, president of Elwood Pat

ter Works- Inc.. aaid be had no

Godfrey recently took a five

week vacation ta Africa from his
TV chores, returning to video

April I. u waa rumored earlier

Thc announcement marked the
second occasion in a year la which

CBS has announced the demise of .this week that Godfrey, fed up

objection to paying aa $11,000 tax,iUe 'Godfrey Wednesday nightcr with tho Wednesday night offering.

Out ine iwcrnoinu rvn l pr 'Woicn naa Deen v vu air re iukii tri w iww nu
cent of it until it pays a 128,000' Jan. 12,' 1949. Last spring. CBSl The decision ta chock the eight-,

bill lot worn ne pertorirjea.

feeling: especially jwhen- yon were

standing rignt above 11 and Know
that it might go at any moment.
Before the Piaute nulled way the

ship was well on its' way of brng
free of- all gases. One diver from
Harbor Defense Unit had guns o-

vci' tb side of the Hope Range
to I'ljg up the drains from ihe
reefer area. v .a safety precaution.
You've probably experienced the
feeling that you're througn with a
iob. End it was a iob well dO!ie.

and now you'll just sit., back and

kirda' relax for anile, out mere
than likelyt after you d been tip
for 30 Some-hours, you'd' lie down
and catch a few winks of w 1 1-

earticd rest. Lt. Ashman and his
crew had 1 that attitude but they
pulled into Rodman Wednesday

morn. ik' about 8 a.m. cleaned the

shp down and began, to seMle
back to a normal day's work. But
the ."soft-living" didn't last long. I
Aiound 6:30 in the evening I re

ceived another urgent mess'
from Com 15 to get out to the
Hone Range again. .she was
sinking," Ashman said, a

So. occe again 12. Ashman .along

with 8 men from his crew of the

Piaute, Mangels and Lcdr.
(an observer from the 15th Naval
District) went out aboard the Y1B
53o to save the merchant ship
from sinking. Within a fe v min minutes
utes minutes after their arrival on the
scene once again the Navy crew

had Uk pumps rigged and were

taking 700 gallons of water a min minute
ute minute from the sinking ship.
This operation lasted lot three

hcurs. The level 'of the i wsltr

whro was sinking the ship- wis
lowered by six feet,: and 1 the ship
rose in the water approximately
f jur iceL The Hope Range was
out of danger of sinking, and the
Navy had come r through once a a-ga;n.
ga;n. a-ga;n. Ashman and his crew were
relieved on the scene at 11. 30 p.m.
byline SjJS.. Torow. j:.'-.';.-,-
One fire aboard a BritlsV Mer Merchant
chant Merchant vessel outl :
Anoiiier job well done by the
One fire aboard a British mer merchant
chant merchant vessel out!1 i
Another job well done by the
men and ships of the United
States Navy. .... ; ; ', : ;:

Commy At ParaisO
To .Open Thursday
Irisfead Of Mohday
-i.":v-i:'f h'
The commissary at, ParaJso
will be cloned' Monday anil
open Thursday this week.
'"" This store la normally one
.Monday an closed Thursday
but the hours have been,
chanted to handle extra cus customer
tomer customer anticipated ..due to.
Good Friday holiday.. Normal
ooeratlnr honrs will be sesum sesum-cd
cd sesum-cd the following week. v
.. Other st" will operate-on
usual schedule. r.


; 1

Hot Bargains

said Godfrey would ditch the pro-'rear -old show win not mean any

gram, only to announce later that more firings since Godfrey no
it would return for this season. longer holds contracts with his
Godfrey's decisioa to dump the' performers. Many of those who
Wednesday variety hour will not worked oa the Wednesday show.

PITTSBURGH (CP A ire affect either his Monday eight (including Jan Davis, the McGuire

terned a -"Ouitunr B tsmess Se" "Talent Sroutt" show or his Mon sirler. tKe Towers and Carmel

into a "Fire Sale"' at the t inted day through Thursday raorning oi-.-Q-jinn. will continue to perform Os'.tuUuUor"ed persons.

xun &nop lnursuay. lerings. woc-ey s ouxr propsrra.



DEFENDER Ray H. enkins,
noted Kooxvu, Team, attor attorney,
ney, attorney, will help defend Col John
Nickerson at tha tatter's court court-martial.
martial. court-martial. Jenkins served m spe special
cial special counsel ia the 1954 Army-
McCarthy bearings. CoL Nick-
arson, Array missile authority
at Redstone Arsenal, is accused
of unlawfully revealing c'arai c'arai-Bed
Bed c'arai-Bed defense documents and dis

tributing secret documents to

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